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LAB3E SB3SVSSI CP CAITLS.
Sam. Barker shipped nineteen car
loads of cattle and tUrea of hogs from
Ashland on Mortday. Sam. ia one of I
our be6t stock men.
Gaoia not sold at less than cost. No
goods given away, lut good goods at the
lowest prices for cash, at
litf. Clark & Plumpers,
oi... u htu
Really somebody ought to get up a
tnn nf tVi TTnitfd States for the use of
Saturday Review told its readers that
the "Lesi-lature of tbe State of St.
Louis" had been petitioned by the wo
man suffragists, and now we have the
London Telegraph talking about the
election of Ilartranft as "Governor of
Philadelphia." Henrth & Home.
laametbinsr that Interests ErrOnt.
. ... ... ...
U linen merges, at me xjaus-
mouth Shoe Store, next door to the
IW office, are Glline ud. for the rail
of boots and thoes ever brought to
The side walk on Washington avenue
is about completed.
Every ona to know that O'Brien &
Merge, at the Plattstuouth Shoe Store,
keep en'y Crst clasd (hoenjakers, and all
their cuktoni work is made (rouj the bet
brands of French calf and kip. They
only charge 75 cents for boliu boot.-), and
wake anything to order, from a ttoga
boot to the finest French kid, ladies'
shoes. Their foreman is tua?ter of his
business, and his "htting" can net be ex
clled in the best fcLops in the count y
Wm. Montgouiery, son of II. K
Montitomerr. of this place, ww killed
on the Rock Llaod railroad on Saturday
William was a very fine lad, and the
deepest sympathy is felt by a 1 friends
for the bereaved family. lie was brake
man on the train. Full particulars not
received. His father left this morning.
A Word to oar Caatomers.
Profiting by the experience gained by
more than two years dealing with the
peoplo of Plattsmouth and vicinity, we
have selected for our fall and winter
trade a class of boots and hbces, that for
oheapneas and durability, we say, with
out hesitation, are not equalled we.-t of
the Missouri. We find the pejple want
good goods, and we are prepared to fur
oiah them at reasonable prices.
25wtf O'BaiEX Si Merges.
We have bought the entire right and
interest in the whole subscription list of
the Weekly Herald, from II. D.
Hathaway, and as fast as our friends can
square up the old accounts we thai! be
pleased to have them as we want old
books settled. tf
Vivian's is the place to buy your gro
ceries and provisions. 20if
9vr Ntore- Sew Jm1 w I'rlces
At F. S. White's Grocery Store, two
door3 east of Court II-ue. Call and
bay OooJ low down. I have a well se
lected Stock of Staple and Fano Gro
ceries which I offer as low as the lowett.
Wanted 1003 pounds of butter,
do 1000 dozen eggs.
Com, oat-1, potatoes, chickens, or any
kind of produce, wanted.
All godn delivered free of charge, in
Ly part of tha city.
F. S. WIIITK,
Brick Store, two doora East of Court
fiSrCash paid for hiies
gO-dlt w 26tf
A "cri to the Tiifzs L'ea TCho Zzj
their Eccts and Sh:es is Pla;ts-
In these days of low prices for all
kinds of Farmers produce, It is natural
they should inquire whre the eheape.-t
place is to buy gwul Goh ! We
fpeak in all sincerity, when wj say uurn
is certainly the best place to get C-nt
and Shoes. We can .-.ell you Men tmo l
Snlit Leather Boots for i2 75, Mens
Heavy Kip all whole .-tok for $3 60
and ever thin? else in proportion. We
have a much "better class of pools than
we ever had before and we cannot aud
tcillnot be undersold. Attached toouref
fablishment ia a "Shop" where the very
Lest workmen will attend promptly to
your orders for new work cr repairing.
Farmers ! and everyone 1 give us a call,
and you will save money by doing it.
322; OBrien & Merges.
Wheat, 85rt9J; barley, 40 cents;
corn, 17(318 cent?.
That "red trophy business" of Ten
oie'i was pretty hard and no Uiia'ake
rather ob t(c)eene we should say.
MR3. WntTCOMB S 1TRCP EOR
Eoothino Children Many sleepless
nights of painlul watching:- to the anx
ious mother mi'ht be avoided by using
this invaluable preparatio...
Thi riattsrnouth Pastoral Union will
hold its next sosmoh, Monday, Nov. 11,
at 10 A. 31., at the residence of the Ilev.
r r i t -ii. l
iur. uartie. Arianiieuicnis win men oc
made fora due observance of the Na-
tinr.al ThnnVsiririn Th. rrv of
a - r- J - - - - rj - -
Plattsmouth and vicinity, are invited to
attend and participate ia the. proceedings
By order of the Society,
C. Alton, Secretary.
Col. Blood h arrested,
Is he a tro-
Claflin thinks ail the religion, in the
world are He-reliios, and claims ail the
anIfi are represented as males. Ioes
Clafiin thick she would make a good
.lookin-femaloaDl? The eamts for
Within the next 30 days
40,000 pounds of Rag.
50.000 pounds Cast Iron.
20,000 pounds Scrap Iron.
10,000 pouod3 Old Papers.
And any amount of old Copper and
Cash paid for any of the above ar
F. S. WHITE,
Two doors East of Court House.
LIST ot .Letters remaining
List of Letters remaining in the
Plattsmouth Post Office, Nov. 1st. 1872.
I Autcustine II E
I Hrown A C
Cone S D
Hartholowew W C
C andler O E
Fowler II K
Fieeujan T A
ai it q.
Johnson J C
he man J
Mar-elton Elizabeth Murray Lucinda
4 x m I
Pindar Euima O
Spear W L
Sulson Edna G
Stone Jo n
Williams J S
Younr L A
s0fje;t,e y o
beirth t U
Zimmerman J 2
Youug Charley 4
Young E iza S
J W MARSHALL, P. M.
Don't Hawk. SriT. Spit, Blow.
blow, and dicru-t everybody with your
U tarrh and its nftonive olor, when l)r
Safe's Catarrh Remedy will speedily de
stroy all odor, arre.-t the dis-hnrjie and
cure you. iuaoiwivr
Business men fiud it much more con
venient to contract with an established
Advertising Agency, like that, of Geo.
Howell .t CV, .No. 41 Park Kow.
New Vort. than to uiak" contracts Ji
rect with publishers. They gain the a-J-
vantajfe of dia'init with one per.-ou in
stead of dozens or hundreds, while the
cot is not merea.-eJ. IUiUoIwiw
The stercotypcr and printer of Wood-
hull's Weekly have been arrested for
sending obscene documents through the
The dreadful yellow disease is r:ging
in this country. Death .-tares you in the
face . Whv do you delay Go to the
Druv Store and c-t a package of Sim
mons' Liver Regulator, fur one dollar,
and remove the cause ot tins tatai uis
ease. Kep your Liver in proper order
na tliere is no oanger .i your uemx
, , I I . .
To V. T7;cdiull tni T. C. Claris.
Airreab!y to your "'request.
noticed the arrival of your Weekly. To
what number in Ludlow street jail, or
elsewhere, shall we address OUT copy of
the Herald witli marked notice of your
Omaha, City, Neb., Oct 10, 1872.
Dy virtue of 1 1 - authoritvin me vet
, -. , i .1 i
eil. It H oriiereu inai trie oeuenn'er
term if the DitIicr Court fir Cass Co.,
e further a.? j'urnid, from the fir-t
.Mnndavin N ivCiiitxT to the second Mon
day in Decs-tii her, 172.
Witn9 aiy haid the day and year
first atiOVvJ wiitten.
. Geo. B. Lakk.
d&wtf "fey Judge.
Mrs. Whitcoaib's j-uccess iu the dressi-
niak'uiK line if s-hown by the way the
work po-iix iu. Ladies who h:ive fitting
or f-ewinir to be done can not do better
than to patronize her. She is to
found st the Platte Valley Iloiise
Bninevs room for lent one of the best
stands in the city enquire of.
D. II. Wheeler & Co.
Al I dies desirinp nicely fitting drcs
e3 or clooks, wi!l finct themselve-i suited
by calling upon Mis Whitconib. Rooms
in the North east corner of Platte Val-
Evening Star, wood burner, and from
50 to 1 5 varieties oi lieanni: .-foves.
Call a. 1 see us, K. T. Dlke L Co"
See advertisement of Dr. Biitt- Dis
pensary, headed l.Kk fr the Million
Marrhgc Gaid! in another column. It
liiuld be re;td bv ail. d-cldtwly.
Coal stoves, twr Hof e-al, of all sizes
and kinds and price to uif, nt
o6if25wif E. f. ICKE&co.'s
E. T. & Co. have ju-t reeeive 1 a
liirce lot of ll-.-itiiii: Mo.es of all kinds.
utaille for par!r, othit-s, j-ture-. hotels,
or any place. Call and see t;.nn
I hereby give notice, to all concerned,
that a Wi I O'lrpurnnir to be the li.-t
Will and Testament o' ll-nry Kobt-it-
soti, deeea.-ed, ate of Cass coirity. ati-J
Mate ot 2elra-k:i, lias heen nled in the
office of the I'rohiite Court of s:ii 1 coun
ty, and shut a hearing will be had at mv
otfiVe in the Cilv of Plattsmouth. in
said county, on the ninth dav ol" No-
v eu.ber, at one o'clock P m. . of said
day, on ih appiifjati-m t prove and ad
ujtt saui v ill to proha'e. at which time
and place all pervins inteiested in said
state are requested to apoear, and if
they see lit contest aJmittuni said ili
t- rrot ate
Given under iut hand an 1 seal, at mv
r.ftiw, this 22-i Hay ofO"ohrr. A. D.
1S72 II i: Ellison.
30 w 3 1'robaie Judge.
Notice ii hereby given that I will of
fer lor sale at imMic- auction, at the front
door of the court house in t lie cilv o4'
IMjttMiiouth, Cas-i County Nbi ik- . on
th niti'h day of 1) -o-inber, A. I K72
at 10 o'ci'H-k a in. of sa d 'iav, th f..l-
lowins real estaie. to wit: Tne ui.i
half () of the north east quaiu-r ( j of
Section tnirteen Uo), town t.-n (lOj, o!
range eleven 111) cast ot the sixth, j,.
in , and lots Mos. five and six in block
sixty six (f6), and luf-i three and four in
block sixty eifiht (GS), in the town of
eepintr ater, all equated n the coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, taken
s lhe P'pertyof Willi J. Horton, on
two executions in i.ivor oi iiionnru amJ
Spencer, and theSaiul Jos-enh Manufac-
w Z .T JJ
- : i . ... .1.-
Court of the said county of Cass, and to
me directed as Sheriff of said county.
vGiven "o'Jer my hind, thu 4th day of
' y Johnson. Sheriff.
' Fox Wheelxr Atty. 32wjt,
A Srrial Story By DR. HOLLAND. litre Sto
ry By SAXE HOLM. A Long Story from
BRE T II A It TE.
BRILLIANT ARRAY f CON TBIBUT0R3.
CLARENCE COOK on FITRNITURK
and DECORATION. It- H. S10D
DAR1 on AUTHORS.
Extraordinary laiucemeiits to 27ew Sab-J
soo pautj for si.oox .. Ac.
The Publisher of Scribner's M wthlt. in
their Prospectus just issued, promise f .r the
ensuin v year a more nriiiicint .array oi coninou
torg,. an J fcn increase in tne variety and beau
ty of its illustrations already concede! by the
critics to be "finer than any tchivh have hitherto
appeared in any American wajuiiiw,"
Db. Holl no. the Editor, will write the ee
rial st.ry of tbe year whiidi will be autobiogra
phical n form, and, will be illustrated by
Mist Hallock. It U entitled Arthur Bon-
nlcnstlc, and will deal witn some of the mos
difficult problems of American L fe. It will be
comwet ced in 'he November Nuoib?r.
There will be a new story br Saxa Holm
Tbe One l. xs('il IMaticrr.
BST IURrg. the bent writer of ihort
ariet note living, will contribute a o'saracter-
Honct note iivng,
istin story, entitled the Dpie of riddle
town, which will be illustrated by Sheppard.
R. II. StopoE' will write a series ol enter
taining papers about Aolhem, llirlr Ffr
Htmal linrnctcriatirs. Home 1.1 f.
FHinillfM. rrirudi, V lii in, nud Wny.
A series of Portrniu of I.Iviaar Amerl-
riiiiHritm,ia also promised
Clakck Cook will write about I'urnllure
nml Hie- llrcuraliuu r Aiarrlesn
Iiuiiiph. Th-se papers will be eminently
practical as well as artistic, and will be illus
trated with designs and sketches by numrous
artidt-) in addition to those which the writer
himself wi'l furiii.-h.
Am ng ihotie who will contribu'e are:
Hans Aiiders-'u. B.-jant. Buphijell. Egjjleston.
FrouUe. Uig.inson, Jishop liuntington. Bret
Har.c. John nay. 11. II. MacDunald. Mitchell.
Miss I'helps, s?tcdman. JStockton. t-toddard. Ce
lia Thuxter, Warner, Wilkinson. Mrs. Whit
ney, besides a host of othtm.
WatsnnUi.de will write ' t
neli" as hitherto, l'rof. John C. DsiPtR.
conducts tlio Department of lre Mud
e fe." The Departments of Iloiu
nnd Ikoclly" and " iiliur ami Pro
jcrMi," will engage the contii'outions of more
than a score f peus ou both sides of the Atlan
tic. Tbe ATCuaA.N su IUfliwCtob s. s
"eScribtjer'a Monthly for September is belter
than usual, w hich indicates a needless wacte ol
edi oriul brains ud 1'ublUhers money, for the
Magazine was god cn.ugh befoie!" aiiU
yrl I lie Iutli-li-r) aroiiilie ( HitUv
It Mili i:ellr fur I lie soinintc Yvnr ! !
The Subrcripiion price is 8 i.OO a year, with
special rates to ClcrKman, Teachers, and
are offered to new subscribers:
For So.;0 the Publishets will hend. or any
Bookseller or Newsde.iler will supily the tnuff
zine for one ear. and the twelve nuuibois ot
Vols. XII and IV"., containing the beginning o.
iirs. Oliphani'r Serial, Ilia Gates;" lor
$7.60, tha Magazine for oi e Jtur, and the 21
baik numbers from the bcg.unin ; fur $10.'j0
the vl uK..ziuu for one year and the 4 back num
bers BuUNjU roUj. cjarice oa bound vols.
paid. This wili give uculy 6.000 pas of thi
choicest reading, w th the finest illustrations
for $10.5i. or nearly' 50) pugoJ :or a dollai
and will .nable every subscriber to obtain tl
ser-es from the first.
Special tcrsi3 ta Dealers, - KergTasa an;
SCRIBNEP. & CO.. 654 Broadway. N. Y.
JVOTICI'J is hereby Kiven that the
-' Dartnershio lieretofore exiftinsr be-
C'dnton & Crobel in the milling business,
has been dissolved, lhe business being
carried on by 8. Clinton. -
S. LLI vTON,
30w3t tJ. iN. CROBEL.
Repairers of Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw and
Grist Mills. ,.,.
Gas and stream Fittmirs, Wrourht Iron Pipe
Force and Tift Puuir-s. rteam Gauges. alan
Valve Governors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittings,
furnished on short notice.
- ARMIMG MACHINERY
Repnii-- cv Vcrt notice. aus
University of Nebraska
V The next terra of lhe University will open
SEPTEMBER 12TH. 1872.
A full Corpi of Professor-" i proviled. Tb
Aparau. Library aud Uaninel are
tew in I Ciinp'ete. The
v' ill open this fall. Tui:!on free, and books at
For further information end for a ctta-
Kootn for self bo ir ling furnishdd at small
cost to the itu icnt.
A. R. B EN TON. Chancellor.
b43 d w 20 w 2m Lincoln NaK
Buying Your Green-house and
Bedmg P. ants.
DON'T send East f-r Plants when you e-m
gel ja.-t k.dI l"-r uiont-y nerer
homf. To uiy ttu.Lerou I'rii-nds and piitrons I
would ray. that I have tbe luri;('.t Hnd be.
tck .f plants ever BVred tor sale in tnr weft
and np to i-ell th-ui at re:tsmab,e irv rt
Ueture am' eeud for my
New Oescriptlve Catalogue.
wbi'-h w'.l! ht ent frt. nV rh- apply Cnr it
Tbvn iro r., y.)-jr 'irders. an-1 I tool cunS ln
1 can -atify yoa.
A i-irt. 'V J. 11 P.ssCl;
reb. 13 d.W w . Pl.ittr xo ith. V eU
FEED, SALE AND
I am prepared to accommodate the Dublls with
Horses. Carriages. Buggies and a No. 1 llearee
n short notice and reasonable terms. A liack
willrun to th steAinboatlandinx.and to ail part
Of th oity when desired.
laimarw 1, 1WJ rwt
II I J
E. T- DUKE CO.
AT FOOT OF MA IK STREE1
Wholesale it Retail De tiers In
Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves,
RON. STEEL NAILS AND
Blacksmith Tools, See.
Keep on hand a Large Stock of
I i i l rr; t pt .'l,.
.And Ulier n irSl-ViaS3 UUKlIlg
of All kinds
Coal or Wood kept on hand.
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE.
23 &. Hoove?.
L O VIS V1LLE, NEB.
Keeps constantly on hand all itapl . articles
s ich as
TJoot.i and Shoes, Arc,
In fact eTery thing- usually kept 1- a Vi ty
Store, which will be sol. I on -rav! profits for
r'ASR. A II kinds of Produce taken in exthnage
for good and
Highest Market Price sriven in cash
19-w for Grain.
DOANE CO 1 -LEGE.
The Preparatory Department,
Rev. X. 3 Perry,
(Recently of Yale College.)
t low rates. Appiy
rustees, Crete reb.
1. Wlbk. Proprietor. R. II. McDoiil A C., OrnirgisiaJ
CB. ApHU, San KnuiriacA, Cl. -H 14 Comiuorc strni. T
MILLIONS Bear 'Tew'mosr to thel
Wanderful Culntlvv Eflccta.
The j are not a vile Fnncy Drink, Made of Po
nam. Whisker, ProeT Spirit and Hefnaa
Lienor doctored, npiccd and weetcnel to please the
Uxte. culled "Tonics," "Appetixerm" Tteitorers.ic.,
(hat lead the tippler on to drukenne and ruln.but are
atme Medicine.niade from the Native Knots and Herbs
of California, free from nil Alcoholic Hi I ma"
Inntn. Tlievaretlie;KEAT Itl.OOU IM.UI
FlEUnml A LIFE UVIS PKINCIPLE,
perfect ltenovator and InviRorntor of the Sywem.
earryiiiRoff all Kiorou matter and rertorlriR thablood
to a healthy condition. No person can take thce Bit
lem according to direction and remain lonn unwell,
provided their ')one are not destroyed by mineral
poinon or other means, and th vital organ waited
berond tho point of repair.
They are n Ccnilo Purgntive n well nam
Tonic, posftCHbiiiK. al.so, the cciiliar merit of actlnt
a a Kweiful ncent iu relieving Congestion or Inflam
tnation of tho I.lver. ntul all the V isc-eral OrKana.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Inyoniuro
oM, miurriwl or single, at thedawn of womunhood oral
the turn of liTc. Uirme Tonic Bitters have no equal.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Itlienma
ll.in nnd Cout, Iypepaia or Indigestion,
ltlliouH, Kctiilttent and Inlermitlent Fe
ver, llUrnnci or lhe Itlood.. I.ivor, Kid-
ey nnd ladd-r. these Itinera liav len mo
ncresKftd. Kuril DUcnoc are earned by V illnted
Itlood, which isgenerully produord by derangement
f the DigratlTD Organ.
OYSI'Er.siA Oil INIJHJEMTION, nead
ehe. Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of th
thuL Dizziness. 8nur Eruetstioas of the Stomach.
bad Taste in the Mouth, Uillous Attacks. Palpitation t
the Heart. Inflammation or tbe l.ungs. Pain in tbsre
Kions of the Hldiier. and a Uuutlred other painful irmp-
toms. are the offspring of Drspepnia.
They invigorate the Stomach andsilranlat th Urr5
Llrsr and Bowels, which renoer them of unualii
tfficacr in cleansing th blood of all imparities, and im-
antng new lif and vi;or to tho whole system.
FOIl li!N DISEASES, Eruptions. TetUr. Bait
Rheum, Blotches, Spots. Pimples. Pustules. Boils. Car-
uncle. Ring-Worms. 8nsM llca.l. Sore Eres. Eryxl pe
ls. Itch. Scurf. UiscoloraliotjH of the fkin. Humors and
pisesses of the fckin. ef whatever name or nature, ai
llteranv dug up and rarnni out of tue system in a snort
time by the use ot these Bitters. One ttottle in such
eases will convinc the most incredulous of tbeir cur
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood wherever you find Its Im
ferities bursting through tb s'.io In i'imple. Erop
tions or Sores ; cleanse it when you Cud it obstructed
and sluggish In the velus : cleanse it when It Is foul
and your feelings will tell yo-i when. Keep the Mood
rare, and tb h-Uh of tbe si item will follow.
Fin, Tape, nnd other Worm, lurking In th
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and nninvl. Fits a distinguished nhrsiolngist.
I tLere is scarcelv an individual npon tbe face of th
I earth whose body is exempt from the presence of
I worms. It is not npon the heslthy elements of tb
I hni, that wnrm. evist. lint noon the oiseaseo uumors
' and slnnr deposits tbat breed these living monsters of
' disease. No System of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
anthelmintic will free th system from warms Ilk
t. WALKEB. Proprietor. IL H. McTXNAI.D CO.
' Draggists and Oen. Agents. Ssn Francisco. California,
end 33 and 31 Uorumerce btrvet. new xorg.
SOldJ BY ALL DBUUGI8T3 AND PKAXEU.
Lo k to Your Children.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
MRS. I Cure colic and griping inl Price
Whitcomb the bowels, and IK ilitt I
Syrup. the pnH-ees of teething. Cens.
MHS. I Subdues convulsions andi Price
Whitcamb's overcomes all diseases inci-i
Kyrup. idem to infants and rhiidr-n. Cents.
MRS. Cure4 Oiarrhiea. Iyente- Price
hitcomb s rv andsuranrerconiDlaint I S8-"
Syrup. Ichildren of all ages. ICenls,
It is the srent Infants and Children VnSooth
ing Keniexly, in all disorders brought on by
teething or anv other cause.
Prepared by the Grafton Medicine Co.. St.
.Ioui ji o.
bold br druggists aad deaJora in Mo
The Undersigned has on hand and ia
11a iiu fact in ing
All kinds of
At his Mill at tbe Ferry Landing at Plattsmouth
Orders Promptly Filled.!
J une3J d&wtf
Book for the Million !
MARRIAGEII A private counselor to the
UUIOt. I; Married or tfeore about to mar
I try on the physiological m.-ster-
les and revelations ot the snxual syetem. the
latext oicsoveries in producing and i-roventing-
onsiiring, now to pr-crve tne complexion tc.
Thi is an interesting work of two bamlred
and twet.ty.four puses, with numerous engrav
ings, and contains valuable iniormati in for
tnose who are married, or contemplate mar
riase. thrill, it is a book that ought to be kept
under lock and key. and not laid carelessly
aoout tne House.
Sent to any one (free ofpostage) for?0 cents.
Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary. No. 12 N
Eighth street. St. Louis, Mo.
Notice to the Afflic.cd and Unfortunate.
Before applying to the notorious quacks who
advertise in puolin papers, or using any quack
remcdie.". peruse l)r. Butts work no matter
Before applying to tbe notorious quacks who
hat ynurdestase is or how
lr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by
mail, on tbe disensen mentioned in his works.
Office. No. 12N. Kightb. street, between Market
andChesnut. St. Louis. Mo. dec2dwlv
Abstracts of Title.
IIE N"MERinL SYSTEM. The beet
use. For descriptive circolnrs. a-idress.
ACKK3. BLAUKM.t R It CO
12tf Burlinston, Iowa.
HAPPY Iteliet for Younit Men, from the
effects of Krrors and Abnse. in early life. Man
hood restored. Ira pediments to Marriage re
novel. New methoc'of treatment. Nw an
remarkable reinediow. Books and Circula
nent free, in i-lea envelope. ..T n
Adi- HOWARD ASSOCIATTON. No. 2
South Kinth Street. Philadel.jhip, P.in In-
stituison navinir a niRti re -ut ui- n tor nonora
ble condur-t and prolessional skill.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF PLATTSMOUTH NEBRASKA.
Tootle, Hanna & Clark.
John R. Clark.
I tee President
T. W. Evans,
A n't Cashier.
Th!p Bank is now open for budnes at teii
new room, corner Main a- d Sixth streets, and
are prepared to transact a seneral
. . . Bonght and
Received and .
Drafts drawn, available in any part of tbe
United States and in all th principal towns
nd Cities of Europe.
OR THE CELERRATED
Persons wishing to bring out their friends from
Europe can purchase tickets from us threugh
to Plattsmoutb apl8wtf
J. R. CLARK.
Pave money by paying Cash for your
CLARK & PLUMPER'S.
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
Also a full stock of
GROCERIES. BOOTS and SHOES.
HATi and CAPS.
We buy largely for CAsn and sell
cheap for the MONEY.
(tor opposite the Brooks Ilotue).
Pi&iita tit ii Bitters.
S. T. 1860-X.
This wonderful vegetable restorative
i the sheet-anchor of the feeble and do-
ilitated. As a tonic and cordial lor tlu
aged and languid it has no equal ainoiiif
stouiachics. As a remedy for the ner
vous weakness to which women a- i-s-
pocialiy subject, it is superseding evt-ry
othiT Ftiumlant. In all climates, tropi
cal, temperate or tngid. it acts as a
-pptific in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily strength
ami breaks down the animal spirits.
Dec. 23. diw lyr.
HAGAN'S MAGNOJIA BALM give to th Com
plexion th Freshness if Youth.
JJaoas's MAOSOLia Balm overcomes th
flushed appearance caused by heat, fatigue and
excitement. It makes the lady of forty appear
but twenty, and so natural and perfeet that no
per.'on can detect its application, tiy its us
tho roughest fkin is made ti rival the pur
radiant texture of youthful beauty. It removes
redness, blotches, and pimples. It contains
nothing that will injure the skin the least.
Magxolia Balm is used by ail fashionable
ladies in New York. London and Paris. It
costs only 75 cents per Bottle, and is cold by all
Dramatists and Perfumers.
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JUSTUS LAWRENCE. President. J. P. R0QER8. ENrvtary.
Enterprising, Economical, Libera
Kumber Policies Issued to Jan. 1. 1(572
Number Policies issued and revived in
A&iETTS. Jan. 1, 1872
This CoDIRlTlT 1S Pnretv Mllfiml It St nnr.t:.in, A.wr'.J'.n m .nt!.. mnt,m mww. ttm Tlf '
cy holders, annuallv. on the "Contribution Plan." and ha a larger business and a lower ratio f
expense to income, than have ever been attained by any other Company at a Correspond)!
period in its history.
Its total Assets are sufficient to discharge a'l liHili'le. in?ludinr re-insuranee. pay back all
its stock capital, and leave as a balaace nytre than a MILLION of earned surplus.
This Company Issued IHorc Policitx
Any Other Company in the Worl
S. A. TAYLOR & CO.,
janiodAwtf Ocneral Agents for cbrnakn.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
DOWN GO THE
. D. SCIINASSE & COS
N EW YORK STOEE
South West Corner of Malo Street Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
AD SO TIIE PEOPLE
3D SI. IT
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YARNS, BOOTS AND fiHOFB
In the Grocery line we keep tbe Festest and Best
TEA. COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES. CRIED FRUITS, of Try Decrlt:on.
All the Varieties of Sirices, in fact for all Your
HATS AND CAPS,
D. SCHIaTASSK & CO.'S
F.r Prtrviag and Beautifying the Hum so HaVr
T Prvot iU Falling Out and Taming Gray
A well-preserved Ilead f Hair, in a person of
middle ae. at once bespenks refinement, ele
gance, health and beauty. It may truly be
called Woman's Crowning- Glory, while men
are not insensible to its advantages and charms.
Few things are more di.gua ia? than thin,
frisxly, harsh, untamed Hair, with head and
coat covered with Daodroff. Vuiit a barber
and you feel and look like a new man. This ia
what LYON'S K VTHAIRO.V will do all the
time. The charm which liea in well placed
lia r, ;ios.y Curls. Luxuriant Tresses, and a
Clean Head, is noticeable aad irresUtable.
Sold by all Drug-gUta and Country Stores.
Jan. 2d. diw lw every 3w
Paseng-er booksd to and frcm all pa-ts of
Europe at lowest rates. Apply to
H. T 1U VERNET.
Gea'l Western A'gt,37n State st. Chicago,
or to EO. WILSON.
NlTw DRUG STORE,
WEZPl.VO WATER, NEB.
T. Ii. POTTER,
"TAEALER In Drugs! Medicines. Paints. Hi
X-' Varni.-ih, Perlumery, Statiotary, Notion
Clears aod Tbbitwo wl
26 28 mm St. t g
T 12 IIN' K WHO RVC
M. B. MURPHY v
Mamfatrer of fc"?
AND DEALER I n!
gjarntss, Sattbs, jgnWts,
Blankets, Brushes, &c.
Promptly Exeoted.-AIl work Wsrrar.ted
a-FlNE HARNESS A SPECI ALIT Y .
Not. SO.tf PliittsuioutV. N.b
TUB BEST IS
F. J. METTBB
Jill b found at kKs old stand on Me!n Ft.
wnere tie win oe inei.-u n v
bu customers and friends.
e has a larg and good assortment of fara
machinery sach as th
rphe Marsh harvester, a reaper tht two -c i i
X can cut and bind tao acres per dr .v...
on man to drive, and th binders can wort ia
Mil bum and Stadenbaker Waifors. r-hax-pion
Reaper X Xower MassiUoa Thr'.;t -er.
ana Lutiale Pit thrasher, and Kxla.:.
Roaper and Mower Ae,
F. J. MCTTlSElC
If ain Street, Plattssaonth, Neb.
L. S. Bui. Traveling- Aeal!
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