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Knilroad Time Table.
t. 4 M. R. R O NEBRASKA.
Va K. o. ui.lNfVil ar t Ex. 10:00 a ro
retkt A. S.00 a.m.!Freis'at Ac. 3:.
i:JO i- III
B. & M. R. IS IOWA.
M:i3 A Kx. 5:7,1 p. m Mail A , V a. in.
Ao'tion A. Fr'Khf. 2 V m Ar'tio:! Ac r r L2:Ap m
FiciiiJ Ex pre i ft-'J a mi A Hand? i-x. 4 -ii P
Tho TrmlV-r boat will leave the Dc!ott-en-act
with J-';ii--ti bun I trains 4- minute earli
er than the tiina ftivnn aboic. The ti-rU is i run
..- r.hin tie wlit.-h is M minute fastcrthan
OMAHA & SOUTHWESTERN.
1 otnwtiin iri'Tj Bnrlineton- & Mlasuun
Rire-r Railroad in Nebraska.
Dpot niot -: J jiivM crireeu
llit'imouti 1:20 x. m. I rUtUtnoutli p. m
ao p. "
do 4 JO p. in
iuha.:...l0"i a. in. Umaiia..... ' ra
Ct i.:lJ p. in I uo .uy
K a 8T. JOB. A 0 B. R-
I rcrr:o jriccrio iowa.1
OOtG SOCTH. G0!"O MCTH.
jtf?! and Kipr...4 A3, p. m. m.
fcijrbt Ilxproe X;0J a. m L p. in.
This :irf pafnanser iron Plattsinouta close
rostmuon rtiin; South or North by ieaTiuc here
a th 12:0 m. train.
A? RIVAL AMD DEPARTURB OF MAILS.
C C. t. Too R. R. 5oaJi
n r. A Hi. Joe K. It- Sorih.
n .fc M. R. K. Hast.
i. A M. R. K. Waal,
Omaha o? R"'l
Weening W :cr,
0 p ra. 10. ?0 p E
B p. m. iO.ofl p ta
9pn. 10.30 pm
9 a in. 4 in.
V p ra 10 a ra
li ca. 12 in.
T,.br Cit. by Pa?e.
? p ra. 7pm
u.fioe L.-ur. iron. u m to 7 p in.
-J. U v 1JPy?.'m A E5 II ALL. P. M.
M. L. Vl.;ti.
VilUT J. White. Btroeiyouimi5iwut.
Flaw Jo'on Fitr-iH. EJbertDuke.
Pori Wixo Jan. Ratterr, J. Weyman.
'i'aiaa Wxaa. R. Chini. R. inan.
II. F. E1H n.
W. L. iAbh.
J VT. J -.IinMO.
J. W- IkonutS.
Ba?C Pnh- Iaatruction,
TJa'it- vn thoornr of Main ar.l Ninth
I) Rev. T. J. Arnold, pastor hi.ienco oa
Maia between Whb ana ilth. Serr-.ces erery
Sabath at li a. m . a.n-i at t p m. rtasii
eohoi at 9)i a.m.. t'rayer metis erery ea
Iikipttar ??r 'ei in Congregation Cliurch.
V "at :i a. M. Kill P- ra. 1," Alton.
Pa.tor. Comor of Looust ar.l fin ureets.
oHil iaritatioa extended to all ciawt to at-
1 ."Vt.so.-aI. Ornfr Viro a
.1 1 Uer. A. R. Grares Srri
at li.iX) a. in. iu p- r'
vt 3 p- w.. Prof. d'AUemand,
s . ........tn.i r ln--Tir 1
km e?ry .llay
. i i. iRi m. mil r. n- jv..
vt 3 p- w.. Prof. d'AUemand. 6uit.
(v r.i. i:. t' ilanw?!'.. rei itace Lo-nat stbe
t Mrv,,. evj-ry M'jbath at
M ,o:mJ fi.rjp. n-.. Habtath bch-x-l at U.
C p. m. Prcr meotins every WeUncdday
("ijTrcL"-Vcrtlt r'leof Public Saar.5 Rev
iTat'j9.'r nJyo. wirrt J-Iaa every naobatn at
-30 w.,(.-Tid Mens aud -crwoa at 1 .:
Vpe.i and iisae l.ction ot 3: C. ra. ilaw
at i a. n. arery Troek day.
rmsT I'twtTrtiux-'TJ: sV.lfof Main et.
evrrrSibhaLh V U n. ra. Jnd i:M 1- fj- t"
fcath a., jool at 9:3-3 a- in.. Tho Pollock Supcrm
t"deat Prayer roceliaj erery edDfi.aay
1 S rrsootsT Kpiaf. AL Tet ido of Sixth
r-9t. aonthof Main Ker. J. H. rrsou
F.i-r :. rrery bbth t W.:iO a. ra. ad 7 p.io
P.-arer meet-n ercry lhnraday erenin. tl-'
i-,:r.iorery Mon-l.iy r vcrunir ani iuine-1iate-Jr
ar c!oe of Sabbath uiorninz eerrices
Sabiath school at i.TO
I:ttit. Minister Uer. L Jiantiawajd.
Sbb-th aehaol at I P in.. rof. d Ahemftn'J.
1 O T Re-atr-r ireetiPirs of Platte Lodse.
I . Nrf 7 I. . o.F. err rbun !n creuinK at
O H Fellows Mail. Transient Urotnere ate ccr
aiaLy itrited lo visit.
A. J'ALL'EMASD, K. O.
M. IT. ilAinAWAT. 8f-.
O.-O. T". Plattsmontb r -aipment .o.
F- 1. OrKKiNoaaM. cenba
-j r Kr wic pi TT'orxn Lo?s Vo. f. A. F
"ij i A. ?L rk.'iT .liar meeting at tlioi'- hai!
rn the 3rf and thir. " rl? erninTs of er.ch
fOTilit Trnient hr.t r.?rn invited to visit.
.It. It. LIVI:aTO-X. 7. M.
A. u'AiA.tuxn-). c.
acot Li.-o No. 22 A. F. A A. M. Repels'
.l meuiifc-s .t Mac.y 11 a"., first and th-.rd
i'r iiy. j' laL. . M.
0. M. R2ASD?tT. See.
sesasxa CaArTF.a No. 3 R. V. M. Rceutar
i j ato-'atiop.s second and fo-irth Tueaiay
r.ain. of eao wonth i.NGSltS iL P.
.T Stwsm. So.
i . ". C. T. LMV. Kie. W Se. T. W Shry
ck Lodse tieputy. Mecu at Clark f riiimmer'i
ball srery Tuewlay ceriins. Traveling Templais
n"r!vitR:!. The Turner .coiet7 raeH i.t
1 TurnTi I lull in iathnans B;oeK. en the 1st
r.d Third Wodnejdiys of each Monto.
Vci:t:b.ii.Tb: 7rerer Guh. Ueinhni-klo : Ftrmt
lVrnwnrf Wa. llPSJ'er: .SVortd jf'urntcar
fuso. Karer: lForiica Joha Erhart,
Ti AivsBTiiaH3 Ail persons who contem
p!ate makiiiK contr.K-ta with newspapers lor the
asortion of Advcriiteinents should fend to
geo. f. gowell $ 0o.
fcr s Cirrnlar, or inclose 23 rnrs f r their One
liPnlre'l Vaeo pamphlet, cn'a:jiTijr J.ijts of
A300 Ncwsp.iw-T' aa 1 ertifr-ne. gUuwiii? the
T-.stof ijveriij-ii.. ui.o lu.mr uscfjl hiots toad-vTtij-er.
and itm-.e account of the experience
of mmwhorr kn w.i as sui'Cesjful a-dvertis-t.
This firm ae prtjprictors nt the Asieriiian
Xewspaper Advortiaiug Agency.
4! ?ark How H- V-
r. l are po-rf-rsed cf uiiqnr.lcd fncilities fo:
sjonrir.? tl.e inertinn of advertirfeuieiits in a!!
I !;;, pers nd 1'eriouicAl' at li;wet rat'.".
Onuiia barbie Works.
'faaafacturer and Dealer in
Italian nr.nn A ir.ni.F,
lii!!cc4 w Furniture
For Precimen or T-orKmarsshi.r) refer
to Sioiih's and air'' tiior.
tuents ic Pistt!ojuutu Ceci
e t a r y
?& Brwri e f Cms Ccmts la Tpotfally
Cmtih da 14 Sf-rtcmber hat Ilca,,i;b1
Tn'-UtaiTsuTnii UhrGottoodien-t. l tbrhiurt
Kernlsr Conroc.uions tba 2 and 4 Fridays
nf h n"r.'.aiUia.iiBi:i"5 hp:, -i. .
M m. Trnniiont i'atrj ivib ,w ,ia ; "nrite-1
..T-(,iU L'. .st.alA...C.P.
Transdcat cents liue. R'gular advei
isers 10 cents porliiie. Nu advertisement tn
sorted less then 5 KDtl.
Lgat aJverlfcemeut? will be charged to the
l-rtioa handing tbcni ia.
As nr space is limited, all oommanioaticn
must Le brief and to tho point, with no waste of
U. C. B. ball, in the base-
of Fitzffcrald's Block.
Tickets of Admission $1.00,
to be luul at the door.
They want a pood boot an 1 thoo ma
ker out xi Greenwood, an I report a good
openin fjr a steady uan.
What lias Vjeeoiue of the Literary So
ciety? Has it Leen totally abandoned,
or what's the row? Let us learn from
neme of the members, and one business
mooting should ba called at any rate.
COKXl COKX! CORN!!
"Wanted Corn on Subscrip
tion at this ofljee immedi
School Books, at publishers prices, at
23 tf P. O. Book Store.
Pul'min, the sleeping car man, has
started for Europe. Brix hopes they
will charge two dollars a night for his
sleeping berth in addition to the usual
passage money. Ulole.
More than that, my boy, he ought to
pay four dollars an hour, right along, to
the school fund, and then we would
have some chance to get even, maybe.
Alt;x. McCready has returned from a
holiday vUit to Sioux City. lite.
That's right "Alic." Holiday away,
ol 1 boy, we're just been at it too.
At '.Vr-r-mz Water, Pec, 22nd, 1S72,
Ir.m.'a Jane Oanaday, Aged 26 years, Q
D.Gti:h and 2 days.
We delay our paper one d iy in order
to oli'ain reports from lancoln ot tne
meeting and organization of the Legis
lature, which our readers will find in our
social telegram. This we boliere will
be satisfactory to every sub-cribcr.
Cit:ze..s, iax-payers of (Jass County,
don't fail to read the notice of our
Treasurer, in another column, and gov
ern yourselves accordingly, thereby sav-
I" CC'3'. tO jTOUraC':3.
The Union Cornst Band will give ft
ball in the ba-ement of Fitzgerald's Hall,
Wednesday Evening ucxt, the loth inst.
The recoiiec'.ioa.s of the good time at
their la.-t bail bid us hops fr another
equally good if not better. We Lc?peak
for them a aoI attendance and wUh
them success in every way. Let all turn
Boone, the barber, is the man. FJe
advertises in the HERALD, shaves the
1!kkai.i, and cuts the Herald's tcp
not; for all these reasons the Herald
now advertises Jlr. Boone as A No. 1
barber-izcr, end beg leave to State that
thi. ought to have been aid long before
this, only as Charley Sla.-k once said,
"We begot it," tlfon.
Ii:O.0n the 5th inst., at the
refidcuce of hi; brother. L. II.
Young, of lioclf Uluffa Precinct, after
a proti acted illness, Jcsc Young, aged
Mr. Young leaves a wife and large
circle of relatives to mourn his lo.'?.
Seward, Nob., p.apers, please copy.
Nelson Thatcher has put in a new
corn she Her at Whelan.i's Mill. It will
shuck 'cm off at the rate of 2U00 bush
cl per day. Business is bu.siness in
Some bummer hns been running rigs
on Capt. Curran of the "Metropolitan"
Hotel at Omaha. The Captain will get
even 3-et, we venture to say. Strangers
hid better L-t old '57-ers of Nebraska
alone; they did not camp out around on
the prairies for nothing, and one joke
does not use them up.
We are indebted to Mr. W. S. West,
for the following statement of tho tem
perature, at daylight, oa Court House
January 2, 19 deg. abovo zero.
3 10 "
Kemembcr the U. C.
Ball ou the 15th.
TA231I L7 STCE1L
The Herald beheld an unusual sight
on Tuesday last. A tribe of aboriginal
Sachems, evidently on the war path,
swarmed into our sanctum "Dan."
McKinnon at the head, "Dave" M'.Caig
on the left rer.r flank, aid Capt. Wiles
high private in the rc"ir rnnk, (he said).
Vengeance glittered in their eycn, and
an old copy of the Herald shook beau
tifully ia their uplifted right hands.
We knew in a moment something was
thi matter we've got u?cd to that,
when n fellow comes in shaking the pa
per, you rmy be sure the '"Dvii" has
put a finger in something ha "hadn't
ougtiter," and so it proved, for ours had
pied "Westerly," in tho railroad notice,
and then set her up "Easterly," which,
as D. McCaig, Esq , modestly observed
would mika 'cm run round the Globe
to get to Grecnwool. It's all right,
now, boyi. Come again.
If yoa want to get a fine and good
fitting pair of boots or thoes made, cal
at the shoa store next door to the Post
office. I warranX satisfaction, Repair
ing done neatly aud with dispatch.
SOT Don't fail GENTLEMEN, to
tako your LADIES to the Ball, Wed
nesday Ere., tho 15th.
US OP L2TTEU
Remaing in the Pluttsmouth Postoffice,
January 1st, 1873.
IiradburyaMrs B F Brannon Edward
Brown W A
Hall 11 G
Irving .Mrs Lo
Mctcalf J I
Sutes Q 2
Sayre Mary E
v incent G b
bid us welcome
Mr. II. Bestor
full. It cad
would drop i(
ticultunst from Philadelphia, an3 at prcs-
ent managing agent for W. J. Hesser.
of the "Pie Nie Gardens," called on
the Herald last week. Mr. T. will re
side in our State henceforth.
AV had the pleasure of an in
tion to Mr. C. F. Morse, the new S
intendent of th B. & M. It. It. in
We think our citizens will tiud
gentlemanly, fquare spoken, ou
good business man and manage
o. v. iirnes, wun an lion. i
fore it, left for Lincoln. Trunk tf.
Tnesday morning, to attend tbo Logo
T n. T -. T-r
Rev. Presson called on the III
and wished us a Happy New Y
Good luck to him, much oblit?
A. C. Beach, of Weeping Wate
left the Herald a fhin plaster the other
day, and has our thanks,
"A Good Time
at the ball on the lotl
Married At the reside
von Sehwanenbcrg, on t
month, by the Rev. Fat
helm Weekbach to Miss Fra
both of Can Ci-innty..
The Rev. Father did a wi
that time, and Alex, himself I
happy all day that we are sure
glad that hen could never be
again, and that was no weackbac
that Alex, gave the happy couple r.
they left on their bridal tour,
"Jeerus" has the zvot bad. II
therefore well blanketed and stab
while his muter, Uncle Billy, keeps
dray business lively by drawing loa
about ly hand. iNothing like enter
prise in these zootio times. Islrtir
This would be Greek to a stranger,
but to us who knew "Jeems," and first
introduced him to the Press of Nebras
ka, it sounds like good, foxy sort of
English. Pull away, Uncle Billy,
"Jeems" will come round directly.
During our absence several changes
have been made in the B. it M. R. It.
office nt this point. From the newspa
per accounts that reached u, and we
must acknowledge that the Herald
was among the number, we expected
to come back to a new town, a new rail
road company, and to find ourselves an
entire stranger in the land that but re
cently we left, sure of our footing and
recognition by most of its citizens.
Contrary to these reports we still find
most of our old friends at their pot, and
tight glal are we to wish them a Happy
New Year. Mr. llolbrook and . Mr.
Brown looked just the same as ever, and
aid "howdy," with as much sung froid
as if 1S73 had never kicked out its heels
at old '72 or any other man. So mote
Ye Lads and Lassies gay it will pay,
to attend the Ball, in tLc basement of
We understand that a car at Grafton,
on the B. & M. which was used as a
sort of ticket office, was burned Tuesday
afternoon. All the station book?, telo
grah instruments, several packagescf ex
press matter, and about $2!Hin money
were burned. The agent luit about $4J
worth of clothing. The fire caught from
the stove pipe while the agent was at
CX ITS WAfc
Here nncle Sara u your three cent stamp.
So pack up your mail bags and be off on yonr
To tho Agtistu&t Postmaster, of Cowlesville
Mr.. Earl D. Coshman. of much renown;
yoming v-ounty. .-yew 1 crk State.
to hurry up. Sam. and uon't be too late.
The above superscription appeared on
a letter which passed through the mail,
and wUlr wc hope, enable it to reach its
VOTICE is hereby given, to all delin
queue Tax-piyers, that if they do
riot pay the same within ten days IVom
date, the Sheriff will give you a call.
L U HOBB3, Tiessurcr.
t PIattfrcratb, Jac. 9rb. 1873,. " wj
ti i m .
m d I'
i Ui i J . in ai i ia -r a w
f rnrTii oaVs
Council Chamber, Dec. 1C, '72.
Couucil met in regular session. Pres
ent M. L. Wl.it-, Mayor, R. Vivian, J,
IT. Butteri', John Way man nd C II
Parmtlce, Counciloien. M. W. Morgan
Marshall.and M. B. Keeac. Clerk:
The minutes of the two previous meet
iugs were road and approved.
The petition of John A. McMurphy
was read and it was uiored that be be
Mowed fifteen dollars additional on
Bonds. The yeas and
he rote stood as
cil that $29.70 bo
provided he pay
y and agree to
money not to
e provisions are
ids for construc-
icazo Avenue it
ntract be award-
' -T fllnmptits
ght cents per
leing the lowest
llercd that the
Vouth sides of
Jx feet wide to
.valk on Chica-
Vowners to re-
t man Sc
$ CG 00
n, Lumber 08 52
M. W. Morgan. Salary 50.00
Wm. EJgerton, Lumber 2.00
Geo. W. Fairfi-ld, Engineer 41.00
C. F. Driscoll, Expenses, tc, 33.75
On motion the action of tho Council
ol"Dcc. 7th, 1S72, accepting foundation
of School House and allowing the claim
therefore to II. B. Dexter, is re-consid-ed.
Ordered by tho Council that tho sum
of $5,000 be borrowed from the high
school fund to be applied to the pai1
uient of city indebtedness and Ordinance
No. 33 fjr that purpose was presented
and by order of Council read a firt time.
It was then moved that the rules be
suspended and said Ordinance read a sec
ond and third times and put on its final
passage.' Yeas, Buttery, ' Parmalee,
Wayman and Vivian. Nays, none.
Ordinance read second and third time,
and put on final passage. Yeas, But
tery, Parmalee, Wayman and Vivian.
Nays, None. Ordinance passed and ap
proved. Mayor was ordered to collect amount
due from M. B. Cutler.
Ordered that D. W. Mulfcn bo in
structed to proceed with work on Chica
go Avenue under supervision of Engin
eer. On motion Council adjourned.
Attest: . M. L. WHITE,
M. B. Reese, Mayor.
If there should be found any lack or
shortcoming ia this issue of the Herald,
we have only to- say to our readers that
tho editor is absent, and Fatuek Mac.
is not very well. Do you coniprehcnde t
G3NSSAL ISSSZ1 CF E077S'3
At'Piattsmouth, Nebraska : F. P. Todd,
General AgenL Canvassing agents want
ed. Office at Solomon & Nathan's, Main
At Merges' new store next door to
Postoffice. Call and examine my stock
of boots and shoes, before you buy else
where. I charge nothing for showing
them. m SSwtf
Gaods not sold at less than cost. No
goods given away, I ut good goods at the
lowest prices for cash, at
lltf. Clark & Ploimers.
IIAKD CO AC al AltO COiLf HARD
At Mickelwaite's yard, corner Sixth
and Main streets. Good Anthracite
Q:1 rn? hstH all l titn jOtf
Large and well assorted etock of gen
eral merchandise at Ulark & riummers.
Try us. 28dtf.
At Clark & Pluuimer'ii everything a
farmer needs can bo found. ( all and
see our stock. 2Sdtf.
Go to Vivian's for groceries and pro
Emporia Red Ribbon Stove at E. T.
Duke & Co.'s. Plattsmouth, Neb. Call
and examine. 2Sdtf.
Clark & PlummerDry Goods, Grocer
ies and a General assortment. We sell
chean and buy often. 2Sdtf
See advertisement of Dr. Butts Dis
pensary, headed Book for the Milhon-
Marrinire Guide in another column. It
should be read by all. decldawly.
E. T. Duke & Co. havo just received a
Iaree lot of Heating htoves or all kinds.
suitable for parlor, offices, stores, hotels,
or any place. Call and see them.
Evening Star, wood burner, and from
50 to 73 varieties of heating stoves.
Call ad eeo us, E. T. Duke & Co.
For new, cheap goods, call on D.
Schnasse & Co. Mr. S having just re-
urned from the cast is prepared to fur-
nih goods at eastern prices. 01tt
Xotiee (o pnrcbiuMtra of II. A. 9f . Et. B.
Office of I.ako DEPABTitiT,1
;o.. inNkb. y
. 20th. -72. J
U. Jt m. it, it. it. to.,
Lincoln, rixs.. Deo.
Having received patents from tho U.
S. Government for our lands, we are
prepared to issue contracts to parties
holding pre-emption certificates for a
portion of the same.
Persons holding such certificates nuai;
tercd between 1 and 300, issued between
the 1st day of April and the 1st day of
July, 1870, aro hereby notified to ox-
change their pre-emption certificates for
regular contracts, at this office, within
sixty days from this date, as provided in
Geo. S. Harris,
Land Com., B. & M. It. R. It. Co., in
Vivian's is the placo to buy your gro
ceries and provisions. 20tf
Taken up, by the subscriber, on ot
about the hrst of December, one dun
pony, supposed to be about tnu years
old ; no brand or mark except slit in left
' t p i?rnv
Bgu N. B. -a
We have bougnt the entire right and
interest in the whole subscription list of
C the Weekly Herald, from II. D.
Hathaway, and as fast as our friends can
square up the old accounts we shall be
pleased to bavo them as wo want old
books settled. tf
THE LAST CALL.
All persons indebted to me, by note or
account, are requested to call and settle
before the first of January, 1S73, or I
shall put tliera in the hands of r proper
officer for collodion.
37tf Wm. Stalelmanm.
For your cheap and good boots and
shoes go to the shoe store next door to
i wm noi oe unaersoia.
For. Sale cr 2ent.
a good story and half house, contain-
ing 9 living rooms together with pantry,
batn room aua closets, also, a gooa oarn
and two lots with house. Will sell for
part other property. For particulars in
. . , , i ,
quire at the Herald 3ffice, or of the
C. W. LYMAN.
Mickelwaite & Co. desire to inform
thu Dublic that they have on hand and
hall continue to keep through the win
ter, hard .coal, which they will sell at
low market rates. 104tf.
D. Schna?se & Co. New stock of
goods, cheap and good. Will not bo un
Coal stoves, far soft coal, of all sizes
and kinds and prices to suit, at
6Gdtf25wtf E. T. Duke & co.'s
The Senate Win. EJgerton Pro-
pnetor, cosy, warm anl comtortaoio,
drop in and sec us. Liquors and cigars
warranted pure and good.
Nov. 13. dckwtf
Business room for rent one of the best
stands in the city enquire of.
D. H. Wheeler & Co.
Best Fine cut and cigars at
3Stf P. O. Book Store.
Oy virtue of an execution, issued by
- the Clerk of the Distiict Court,
within and for Cass county, Nebraka,
and to me dheored, wherein T. 1. Gor
don is plaintiff and A 11. Townscnd is
defendant, I will, on the 10th d:iy of
February, A. D. 1873, at one o'elock p.
M., tit' said day, at the front door of the
Court House, in Plattsmouth, iu said
county, s?ll at auction the following real
estate, as the property of said defend
ant, to wit: The undivided three and
one-third (3j) acres jn the west half (J)
of the south esst quarter ( J ) and the east
half (i) of the southwest quarter (i)
of section No. nineteen (19) in town-hip
No. twelve (12) range No. fourteen (14)
east of the sixth principal meridian, situ
ated in Cass county, Nebra-ka, to satisfy
a judgment recovered t. the June term,
A. D. 1801, of the said District Court by
paid plaintiff against sail defendants A.
II. Townsend, et a I, and at the April
term, A. D. l-CO an order of revivor
as obtained against the said A. H.
Given under my hand this 8th day of
January, A. D. Iis73.
J. W. Johnson,
1 . Sheriff of Cass Co. Neb.
P, U. Wheeler, Pl'lli Att'y.
Down Town Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
OS MAIN STREET.
One door from D. II. W heeler's Office.
HAIR CUTTING. SHAVING AND SHAM-
Especial attention girea to lUs Braaoh of the
Call and sco
And you will get a Boon ia a
SPRING TRADE, 1873-
FURNAS, SONS & FERRAND.
, n ... VT , ,
Furnas and Sons Brownv.lle Nebras,
and E. ierrand, Detroit. Michigan,
have consolidated their stocks
and will hereafter conduct
business at Biownville,
Neb . where they
offer the largest and most select gen
eral Nursery otock ever ottered
in tho West, consisting
in part as followg :
20.000 Choice 3 year old Apple Trees.
100.000 " 2 ; " "
50,000 " 1. 2. 3 and 4 year old pear
40,020 " 2, 3 and 4 year old Cherry
' 50.000 . " 1 and 2 year old Peaeh Trees.
"20,000 "" Plum. Aprisot and Nectarine
4.000.000 Jfo.l Honey Locust Iledc Plants.
2,00-1 fRK) " 1 Osage Oracfre,
5.000.000 Forest Tree .Seedlingi.
200.003 Eversrreous. in va ietv.
100,000 each B'ackberrirs, Kaspberrie3 and
50.000 ceh Gooseberries and Currants,
20.000 Perpetual and Climbing Roses.
10 Orel Plnwerins t-'hrubi.
10.000.000 Willow CuttinfJ.
Cooley's "Early While, and
Aif ti .Tli a rail'IV lorn
Berkshire and Jrolancl
so- rorresnondente Solicited. Rend
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ges paper 1 B2St Premium
Xow is the time to Secure
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By Paying only S2.,:0 for
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This Famous Farm and Fireside Favorite has
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and if now recognized " the standard Ai-mi-can
Authority on Kcrau asd Donranc Af
fairs, and tirt-Claj. High- oued Li 1 krary
and Family Jourkal. It long ago attained an
I a t i o n!
Having ardent friends and admirers in every
State ana. territory in trie Union, the Canadaj.
Ac. It has more Editors, more Departments,
and gives more and better Illcstratwns. than
aL-y other J-urnal of its Cum. but its issues
for lsT ill be be'tcr thun ever beiore. in both
Costknts aso Siyi.b. It will don a r-iV
DRKSS of IJnArr fcl C'oppkr-Fack: Type,
and present o er Dtcriuso Iupkovkents.
MooRk'v Uvbal is Nitunal in Character and
objects, nod adapted to both Town and Country.
Sixteen tuano l';i3-s Weekly, wilh liiie Pafce,
Index. Ac. at end of June and Do-. making
V ci &artie and JJin1ome I'uumn a Year,
Kexf- to yoir local p iper it is th one for Your
eif. Family and Friends.
$7 5 iron $S 5G.
Ail who pay &1.50 will receiv the P.crai. New
loRtittt tor one year. and. as a 1 reiniuin. a
postpaid copy i I the Suitrrb Sieel plate Engrnv
ing entitled "Birth Cay Mornine, or the tiar
dener'a Pre.ert" a Leaotifitl and Pleasing i'ic
ture, worth $o. In tact we furnUh Everybody
THE BEST PAPER.
AND BEST PREMIUM,
FOR THE LEAST PAY !
TERMS, In Alvanee ; 32 30 a Tear.
(with Premium Engraving-, post-paid.) In
Clubs of Tea or more. Only per Yearly
Copy! Grent Premiums to thoe f-rminc
Club.'. Specimecs, Premium Lists 4c, font
freaad post pij'i. Drafts. P. V. Orders, aad
Kcaistered i,;ttors at our risk, AJdres,
' ' I. T, T. MOORE. York City. .
r - e.-sj
r - m
e "55" o
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WILLIAM ST A D E L M A W U ;
Has on hand, oao of the largest stocks of
CLOTHING AND GEKTS' FURNISHING GOODS, FOR
SPRING AND SUMMER,
B-I inritt erery body In want of any thins 'a my line to oall at my store,
ouili idc Main, ISetivccn StlJ&.3d streets-
And eonvlncotheraselreM of the fact- I hare as a spociility in my Petail Department a Va'oct.
tocK ot t ine ciotnine tor 51 en ana xioys:
WaIsa keep on hand a lame and well (elected
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
DOWN GO THE
D. SCHNASSE & CO.'S
IN' E "W YORK STORE
South West Corner of Main Street Plattsmouhi, Nebraska,
AMD SO THE PEOPLE Till ft K WHO HZY.
M SS. IT 13 S,.
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YAIINS, BOOTS AND SH023
In tho Grocery line wo keep the Finest and Best
TEA. COFFEE. SUGAR. MOLASSES, DRIED FRUITS, of every Destriyt'.ofc,
All the Varieties of Spices, in fact for all Your
HARDWARE, QLEENSWARE, .
' YANKEE NOTIONS,
HATS AND CAPS,
. SGENASSEI CO.'SF;
Keep it Before the Public !
FRANK CAR RUTH,
Photographer and Jeweler, is selling
Watches, Clocks & jewelry
1 dos-jn fles
1 do luaree
4 Bin Tons
4 Iiiiperiu s
6 doz cillinj cards
51 1 doz Msd. cds S2 M :
1 50 1 lo cil. pi.ot s 3 ii
1 Oil 1 cnb't 1 pbot. C m
2 (0 U-4 phot .v: fr. 4 )
3 oJ li-4 gem " " 2 00
A large stock of Frames constantly on
hand at low prices. Do not
have a picture taken of nny kind nor buy
a dollars worth of Jewelry
until you have culled and exauiinod
specimens and prices.
as- Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, neatly re
paired. AI! Goods Warranted as
Mr. Carruthdcsirss to state that h baa re
part ofVis establiihment to the P, Q. Store.
Department is nnder an ab!e and competent"
ajgi.itant wiU remain at the
Above. Remember this ; Jewelry at the P. O.
Store, Photographs take . over Ifurold'i
NEW DKUG STORE,
WEEPINQ AVATEB, NEB.
IT, Xt. POTTEK,
EALER in Drugs. Med iciass. Pain Ss. fi'T
Varuish. Perfumery. bttoiary, otiot
CTcnpcr than any other plao wstof tho Mis
souri Kivir. and a call V cxumina Roods an I
prices wi-I asuru you cf the guine. jrd poods
of all Vindi at bo'tui figurtf. And of the Piio
torphic dfpurtuicnt. Head 'bo followmi;
price list, it eaa't ba beat East or "rest.
M ss -4-
to wnicu we invite those vbo want flood.
rrock of UaU and Caps.
? ri8 7 s'
ThoOcitr. ii now pnb'.hed QcaaTri-.i. v, Z'j
cents pays for the year, four tjunjhers, w'.: ;
not half the cost. Those who afterwards ; --i 1
monev to the amount of Ose Dollat. or -i'-is
for secd may n. so order Twenty-tiv- ' .t:. -worth
extra the price pnid for the u .
Tha JANCAUY Xl'SfBKR Is beaut--"ul. pit
in plans for makii.? ItCHAL HOMKr.
rigoa for I!nlntf Tbl l--r
Vitlw Uni-lciiM, Ac., r.ni ooiit.i' i
mass of information invaluable ttii lot rr A
flowerj. One Hundred and Fifty pasr' i. -n !-:.e
tinted paper, ouie Tivc Hmdred Enei-" itt,-r
and a superb t'olo:c.l Plate and Chrom-. i.'ovi.i
The First Editi of Two Hundrcl Ii.c. 'i;. ;
juit printed in ZnslUh 4J Qerman, and i
tt tend out.
JAXSES WVIU .
RocheitcT, -tn V r'u..
E. P. XEEDI1A3I & SOX,
140, 14j A 117 East 23d Street. Stv. Y i ir .
ESTABLISHED IN li-io.
Responsible partiej applyjng for b-"-k :cs ia
Foctions iiill unsapplicd, irili -reeiif iu-.u-i.t
attention and liberal induceu-atj. J-.t : .-trs-sidin
ttt a distance from oar aulhorai jr.'.
may order from our fctory Ser.d lr w
tod price lint. C"- t 25 d AwCai
Weeping Water, Nebraska,
Tt . r-t ,
Auuva, ini siioe,
Iia,W.an ; - .j f
Arricultural Implements of all ! ;.ert
-l X L" CuHivAiirtioa cr
GrandetonraiiyUCtfi,onVloi i'V- S .t luo
filnUum ail wV"0 tbe "
ipertnthe wes v.lrbKli- ' - ' '
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