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1 1 li I riu'Vi :! t!;:ti the ho.tiJ of
V hUo. or Hi -city council couhl . opun
.ft-i'.tuil.-iiCi. wiwi li"' ciiiu;iany,
1 tlnii in ltiiiiii. a ir..:osjjion
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; 1. 1 i a j uii n.i'. riiich s;).':i!..-" fur
a !i f : ..111 . ock to wi'fli l.y its ttv'.I
',. d 1 i'i 1: ii::i.s of local an l ni'i a!
.i .n il alili' dibC.''Sio!i i t' cni'icnt
vtiiis. itii its nine ioi.s co. minis
i l.c pa.ut', tin" whole pri:itc:l with
I i ll as in'. iltits", :111a cvi'rvnnnir 01
U'iv.-t ia?cuiring iti town am! county
:i;;-.l 1 I'l'.i'i' tin- pnMu", it -;'.n caa-iy
pile, tvs'tl why i hv Ilt:i;Al.! ii mak
g siioi l.c.'ii'. way in pnl.Iic favor.
ot li a? a li( 1 1 a? y join rial arid ailvt-r-
:.il!: in. i.liilil. 1 in. iicpui'iicaii :s
r.iti:U n :t!i t!.:' I'VidtT. 'cs of pro.;-
.'iitv ' i ii snrroiniil our near l.t'ig'"
r, ami 1, as no fear lo.it that it w ill
ttilin ui". "niy 111 rc so. w him under
'.o 1 r.'sca' ai'lc maaai'iuent. Omaha
IVik-iMk' ilK.iiM.n sail iimmino thai
arv. o;-( .f ni'iai Sni ili h is h.'.-n vin-
ii ili-.iV -Daily Journal.
In Hie f.uv i f a two weeks i:iiHii-
.i.i. -n l.y a gr.unl j uy lielil by ailcniH
itii-. and run in the intcic-t of the
.-nioVra; if party, in a graml hunt for
u iy o.ioii 1!, w hich investigation fail
1 feiiin.iliy u fasu'iiing criuio upon
iv 10. in, it further in t!:f face of the
Jet. ;!.:.'. the srr.iml. jury proves your
.bfia l.tia. l-ii't it about, time that
ju I1.1 1 .1 lit tit viiiilic.itij.'i of your
'.vn V vviieieiii li.tvc you in.ule any
irty c; itil, where with to fret ami
. nil up. ii His stage before the pub
. ? Co to.
lilt: lloaid ot Trade should select as
s pr. i lent a man of w i.If aciiuaiu-.nct-
ami whose, business takes liim
,:wii,' ot'ier people ami places, mi i
live l'ii?-i.i'-s man and a wovk'-r; the j
tuvLU ;i.i-i la niim I Mr. Frank 11.
"inie as a . '.it'eiu in w l:o can f.il this
si. toil to the satisfaction of the
.u J ami lh" city.
Mr. Lami:i:-i:iSon was renominated
r I'ni'.-d st.,1.., District Attorney,
.it Iu iiomiii'ition was withdrawn j
f.i-e .he confirmation. The State J
.urnal s.vs i order that the office
av b.: It-It open to trade upon dur- j
the senatorial contest mid if ever
. . . .
vi. serviee reloi in was needed it is
i such ciises as i hat.
The Hr.ttALU eiijoed a pleasant
,!1 from one of the attaciiees of the
abs City Journal today, and the
EllALD is not SO inilCii in l.ie u:tr
jw, coiicerning why tiie Journal i
,e handsomest paper on our exchange
The Omaha Herald refers to its as
ic hireling of the iTattsiuoath IIkk
ld. We are; we are working for a
luuifictnt salary and will soon be
anie as great ail aristocrat as Pr.
The v.ilu .ble aid Jury Saline Mor
n is to the Omaha Herald is well il
jstrateil in the lost editorial in' that
aper uya the purveyor General's of-
ce. . .
The IlEitiCD this week devotes its
litorial columns largely to business
iof interest to our city; and
otruststhat they may not i.
I i II l'.Al.K. iit l'lalt:
mil in Mu-aK
TilK mining Rcitsion of tint IrgiI
tuiH convenes in Lincoln on noil
Tnomlav, ami tht body conslnt-i of
im inl.i'is. That Ui ncs
?aIon will loo
sion, and in'ich
tlio inojit Interostinj;
socin.i a genet al conchisi.
irnod can. and pi rl;api w ill I
lit il 'Hit,
lilt' li Jiis-
Oui! of tin lm inbi ii elect to
liit ii re. i nun in 1.4 county, in con viK4
lion with tin III li.M D, expressed his
opinion that new legislation was ul
must uniii wsiny, and Ids belief In
lie that inodiliea' ioii'4 ami (Mi rirli iiii
of pnm nt laws M 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 be the m el
importaiit w ul li of tin- m H-iiiin, i.s the
StatlltO bonks .f th- hlate welt Clllll-
bcrsoim with laws al ready. To this
Hit) IIkuvi.d Hods i!s endcseuielit.
Then is no delil u;d for law making,
in comparison 'o law regulating. The
lii'lrtiad ;iiesi inn nay assiftm? ;!iipf
that legisl itors w ill judgu best to pass
tome laws regarding their actions.
If . uch be th case, the IIkiiai.k is
free lo say that it in ipiaiilledly favors
the Illinois law an 1 a railroad om
uiission. Il has th.' two ful l advan
tage of Iving lnori than an experi
ment ami an established success. It
li is cm I ied Hi" railroad ijui s' ion in
i hat state tint f polities, and j.'ives ex
eelh lit salisfacliou to bol h corpora
lions ami the people. The I)oane law
is uol a satisf.ictoi y t.nu and it has
not settled the railroad question in
. his .state ; it is doubtful if any new
and nut lied measure can accomplish
that end. The ex pel ienci of older
states ami their laws, tried and proven
a succcsh, can be a.l .pti d in this Mate
wiih success, wl.eie expel iim nts
would prove failures. Thy delegatii n
i nan Cass, Mens m. l'at I ei son, Neville,
Draper, Hall and Wolph, are t'entle
iii --ii of good business ability, and who
V. iil, the lIl.KAI.n bt lievt wi ik large
ly together for practical good.
Tin: Hoard of Trade ol I'latlsinoiilh
has almost daily oppoi I u ni i i to
i inouragc and aid practical improve
meiits and in vest mriit s in t'.is city
The tiiily reason to attribute that
body's nmi-nclion to. is the croaker
elcincnt w li t h "ttrm.lly charges up
noii-iietiou to others, :i ml w hii h cle
ment stands back ami predicts in inl
v iiice that nothing cm be done, .lust
at the present epoch in the history ol
liis city tin-re is ci-prcail m ed that
i his commercial organization, exercise
adit it v, noi in purl, bu a- a w hole,
to secure permanent in In -t rie-. to
glow with the city's rn.vili and
bui!d with our busiue-s interests
I'l l! tsinoiit h cannot ati'ord and our
business men iiiiiiiot utb rd to sil
tiow n and depend in Inline a- i'i the
p:i-l, for the 15. .v: M. railmn I to build
our city that comp. ny ha done
iiit-re lor I'lattsuiouth than any town
b t w ct n J n 1 1; ii n t on -Hid Imnver ami
i he cily should accept Ihn eompanvV
u.iiiiillcrn; t :.nd build forth m-clves
It is needless toi the li A t.l to cmi
nitrate the ind lis! ries t hat may, and
oiiiiht ti le secured. Cnmert ol
ad ion on t he pai t of capitalists am!
iMi.-Lius-s in, 'ii, as they are rej resented
in I he Hoard of Trade, will accom
plish somoihinir; we s:iy will accom
plish something, because we believe
that the biisine-s men of the city and
;he nieinbers ot the Hoard ol Trade
ivc igui.e this neecssiiy and will
.nyke I lit' cli'ort. '.''he annual nieciing
of the Iloaril v'. Trade occurs next
1 ucsday evening and every member
in the city at that time will be pres
ent. They w ill go regardless of w hat
other members may do. The meeting
will be look-.il upon as a personal
duty. It wiil be officered for the en
si, ing year, and step taken for the en
couragement and introduction of in
dustries in this cily which shali mean
ultimately, success for the general
o;d and lu lure growth of Hatts-n-.iHith.
Mr. Mm ton, who attended th Amer
ican Agricultural convention in Chi
cago and ex hi bi'.ed hiius'lf as a flee
trade awoke the following responses
ih.it arc directly to the poini. an 1 worth
"Mr. tstevtins, of U'aii), said that the
theory of free trade i..-; very humane
and sotiiultd nicely to t he ear, but its
practical results were not so nice, and
he woultl present figures, which wert
the most convincing logic. He was
acquainted pai li-.ul.n ly wiiii wool
growing. In 1 'j'.) we had S.i.OOO.Ooti
of sheep. In SS ) under a protective
ti:T the tl .-!; numbered -Pt.C-OO.OtW
head. In 100 the j rotiuction of wool
w as GO.OOO.ljUO pounds, ai. 1 to-day the
production was :0 0!Oi),onj pounds.
Mr. lliulou, of Milwaukee, made a
strong protection speech. In the lan
guage of a Voikshire man who had
come to this com. try and amassed a
foitune of StiJ.Uoi. he described a free
trader a a man who works all the
w Idle in the interest of England, am!
a protectionest one who works for the
interest of America. He quoted from
a speech m ide by John liiight at Man
chester in which he said 52,500,000
men laid let': F.agliud and bettered
themselves in every way in tliio coun
try, lie stated a fact not generally
known, ami th.:t was that in 1SS1
from us th in
from her. li
- I "'.000,000 more
ois country collected
-' vears England lias
existed under protection, ami every
ship that carried an English tl jg was a
child of subo.idv.
Oxe of the pleasant surprises that
oecurrttl abmit holnl.-.y titr.es was the
presentation at the close of the last
weeks sessi-m of the district court, of
'ia elegant gold h-aded cane to Judge
p..,.,l .....I .. ..;i i. j, . .
'" s.n ei neaceo enony cane
to court reporter Million; the gifts
coming from the tn".ire bar of this
city. Jud-e To hi i's rulings and his
treatment of a',1 cas.-s, and the mem
bers of the b;r, is s. universally free
from bias or a shadow of favoritism
that every member of the bar recog
nize him as tie.- jut and upright Judge
that he is and in th? presentation, the
bar of this city testified their confi
dence in him as a Tudge.in hisint grity
as a man. and his uprightness upon the
bench. Few bar associations in a city
the size of Pl.tiismoutii recognize un
animously a Ju,i-e who so stands with
hisjicssociates, and the token they gave
hill will always be to Judce Pound a
re -tinder that through his equity he
poyesses the esteem of the donors.
yRT kigjit lhristinas uiurtierB
wre reported iu the dispatches the
2oib.audofthe.se all but three were
trjiceablo directly lo drink.
E harvest of holiday trade with
rtsniouth merchants was not far
half a crop.
The HttttAi.n lias n few w ords of In
terest to nvery citiren of riattsmouth.
We must build up manufacturing in
stitutions in our midst or we must b
content to utrug!e to hold our own
and abandon future growth Mi l pros
perity. One of the best possible open
ings that exist today for the invest
ment of I'latlsiiioulh capital in a tnan
ufaetuiing institution has been made
by the successful invention in this
city by Mr. Thompson of his elevated
l i ra chairs; they have been tiled and
leslcd; Waterman n,.i i.t house is seat
ed with them and tl.ty ue proven just
w hat nas been .Uiuitd tor llieui. These
thaiis were manufactured in New
Vol k city and .he Hr:':.Lt has seen
the corieHpondrtiiee that Mr. Thomi
soii Iihi I. id w i h th'iii N'nt a ciiculur
adv( itisin the tn-;iits of t.'iese chairs
has been snt out and yet the inanu.
factures w rite Unit they have orders
for mine two thousi i 1 chairs to seat
four halls in four duTreut states, and
tin manufacturers, Messrs. (lardiner
i'i Co., state that they must contract
w irh other factories nls'.i to inanufac
tint them as they cannot .upply the
ilrinaii I. I'riva'e letleri fioni the pat
ent office as Washington also commend
the invention iu the highest terms.
Their is no question of its practicabil
ity. Iu this Missouri valley country,
in this ne.r west there are a thousand
young and grow ing cities which build
publie halls and which will demand
just such seats whi'.'h are both elsvat
rd ami movable, and a: I'I ittsmoiith in
the centre of t.os great western codn
try is the place to manufacture, them.
Capitalists in Omaha have told diffei
eat tin t it a iu riattsm nth that Mr.
Thompson would receive aptopositiiH
f i i.m Muaha men to go lo that city
and a factory would be established.
A furniture factory can be ruaCe
big hives. mem iu thi3 city and for the
follow ing good and sufficient reasons:
We have cheap ground, good brick and
gontl stone for building material. Wo
have cheap lots w hich w ill make cheap
homes for laborers. We are at the
gateway to the Iowa cjal fields, which
warrants as cheap fuel as any town iu
the w est can secure. We are closo to
the state of Missouri, w hich posessees
an abundance of timber of the kind
for the manufacture of furniture. We
are txcellenily located for shipments
of manufactured goods through Xe
br.isk;', Kanias.Iowa and the Teiritor
tici. We mod iu establishing a furniture
factory, on- staple leading article, and
Mr. Thompson's patent chairs furnish
that arlich. Furniture is, as staph-,
in the trade as tlour. It is shipped
into Nebraska from eastern factories,
at an enoi mo.u expens of frieglitage;
cheap t vetytlay furniture needs no
ii.i'.li.in j i:iv.'s.cd in a factory for its
manufacture, and it is always billable.
In manufacturing one leading arti
cle like t ho opera chans eve;y scrap
and fragment can be utilized in small
er and cheaper f iirnit.ire. Wholesale
houses in the. state could buy Nebraska
manufactured furniture and save two
thirds the freight they now pay from
easu t n cii ies. Will not this help in
meeting competition and will not home
woik and bom.' production receive
The IIl.K.VLD does not advocate ;his
on its own thought ami investigation,
tut after consultation Willi citizens
old in experience and capitalists of
t is city and Lincoln and Omaha, and
the conclusion v.e reach we belfeve
every man who investigates th;? ques
tion will endorse. The 15. .v M. Manu
facture id f'iattsmoiiih cheaper than
they can in the east, and it staple sala
ble article can be made by a inattufac
t u: ing company in th's ciiy iu com
petition wiih the east as well. Every
lab jt ing man, evciy rutin who has a
home in l'lattsmouth, every business
man ami capittli-ft is interested iu this
and the llEK.VI.b has i o doubt of the
duty the city owes itself in this mat
ter. The Heualu is informed tnat the
Journal man has spuds when sdtcp
forsalifs his pillow, when visions takt
shape, when w itches aie abroad, and
evil spirits sing matins and that at
these times rest is secured only by
writing up fraud; we arc further told
that to this fact the bar of the city is
indebted for the elaborate attack upon
themselves and Judge I'ouud lasfc
week. The Hkkald would mildly
and impassionately suggest to its high
ly esteemed cotemporary that the
trouble may not be in his head but in
some other portion of Ins anatomy
which might be reached with M Jacobs
oil. or (linger Tonic; at least to flee
these evils, this advice is worth yivcs
tigatiun. Isaac Wiles, who retires the present
mouth from the boa id of county com
missioners, goes, leaving behind him a
record of industry and watchfulness
in county interests, that he has main
tained throughout his term, and that
has done much to place the board in the
Confidence w it'i the entire public that
it enjoys. We believe that Cas coun
ty has never had a more thoroiighly
competent board than the i elii int
one ; ami certainly Capt. Wiles relin
quishes his ofil.ta! .1 uties. possessing
the esteem and contiaci.ee cf the peo
ple of Cass county irrespective .i sec
lion or politics.
The jear just closing has been a
prosperous one to this city, and its
business men. It has also been a
prosperous one to Cass county ami its
farmers. The latter have harvested a
heavy crop, no epidemics have pre
vailed among their flocks and herds,
general prosperity smiles upon all at
the close of the year. No one can
look back without seeing many things
for which to be thankful, and the
good in the past is a continuous prom
ise for good in the future; and to jtll
in city and county the Herald sends
forth nniight bat good Wishes for the
New Year. v
The Herald has been asked where
was the Chief of l'olice on Christmas
evening. As the Chief of Toiice is not
of the IlERALD's endorsement or
worthy our support, enquirers will ask
those who placed hini in position.
One does not realize the labor of
editorial work until he sees a Journal
with two columus of editorial matter,
one column a Washington letter and
the other a column of state news clip-
. - 1 . vs.-k n-H
ped from some owi- H"e-
TnE man who
New Years will be'
di "5foiT. on
for Just about ten
Why wo laugh, we can easily ex
plain to Dr. Miller; wo laugh flrt to
no.' him f-quirui. Hit contortions and
wigi,liDvn, his twUtings and turnings
these days over hi miserable failure
iu the fraud hunt nre amusing iu Ihe
highest degree. Then again it is
laughable to oco the rood Doctor's
conclusions that he deducts lrom the
evidence; the way he distorts facts
and statements; the way he garbles
evidence aud interprets statements;
the way he wrecks t"st'uuony aud
double and twists it to make sonic
excuse for that search for fraud is
very cxhilirating; and finally, wc
laugh boiatrouslv to see the robust
aud rotuud editor of the Omaha Her
uld trying to crawl into a hole five
sizes too small for him aud just as he
thinks he is iu the hole and ready to
pull it in after him, some miserable
paper like the Omaha Kepublican or
the l'lattsmouth Hkrai.d uncovers
him aud shows hi:n up a little; aud
the way he sweats and storms around
promises to furnish an amusement
loving community much more fun in
the tuture. In fact, the Doctor is
making a much more successful farco
of it than those who knew him best
expected, aud we don't propose to
cease applauding as long as the red
lights are burning, if we know our
sclf. An amusement loving body will
gather at the State capital next week
and they fchall be called the Thiid
Both of our stockings were well
filled Christmas; we were around town
The lobby is mighty and in all
probability will prevail.
Closing Exercises of the Public Schools.
Last Thursday and frieay evenings
occurred the closing exercises of the
public schools of this cit3', held in
the new opera house and very large
ly attended by our citizens, who
in this way alone amply at
tested their endoisement of these
exhibitions which were in ev
ery respect most creditable and
were lull of instruction to the pupil,
and a branch ol the school work that
cannot fail to be of much good to the
The entertainment on the Grst even
iug was given by the pupils of the
lower grades, ami the Herald enthu
siastically pronounces it by far the
best entertainment of the two.
The little folks did splendidly in
every part which they took aud the
programme was varied and full of in
terest to all. The recitations although
somewhat marred by the unavoidable
noise attending such a congregation of
little folks, were well given and were
all so good it would not be jus
tice to call any best.
The May queen as given by some
fifty of the little folks was tin event
of the evening and the teachers who
had charge of that can certainly be
gartilied at the way it was given and
received by the audience. Th6 first
evening the opera house on tloor and
iu gallery was crowded full and the
second night also saw a very large at
teudence. The failure of the pianoB
in at riving broke into the programme
of the second night badly but notwith
standing that the audience seemed
highly pleased with the work done by
During the first evening Prof.Drum-
mond was presented with an elegant
easy chair from the teachers and dur
3ng the closing days of the term sev
eral of the teachers were remembered
by their pupils in like manner.
The Herald believes, both from ex
perience and observation, that such
exhibitions are of much benefit to the
schools and pupils. Interest is awak
ened and pupils in such work cultivate
self possession and confidence, which
is always a powerful aid in after years.
The Herald further believes that
such exhibitions are evidences of lifts
and industry in a school which are at
tendant elements of success.
The January number of the Eclec
tic Magazine begins a new volume,
and has as a frontispiece a finely exe
cuted steel engraving, entitled "The
The table of contents embraces a
great variety of interesting articles
The continued story was completed in
the December number. In the pres
ent number there are two short sto
ries. "The Story of James Uarker: a
tale of the Congo Coast," anil the Un
dergraduate's Aunt.' by F. An.-tey,
author of "Vice Versa." O'her leada
ble and valuable articles are "1'l e
Menacing Comet," by Richard l'roctor
"Some Aspects of American 1'uolic
Life," by James Hryce; "Modern Mi:
ucles." b Kit-hard Y. Clarke, of the So
ciely of Jesus; "Two Years After," by
Joseph Truman ; "Miss Edgeworth;"
Shakespeare on Death ;" "Our Origin
as a Species,' by Richard Owen, C. 15.
F. R. S.; "Sketches from the Dutch
Seaside;" "Resemblances in Literature"
"The Husband to his Wife;" "Mrs.
Kemble's Reminiscences;" "Atom?,
Molecules, and Ether "Waves," by Prof.
Tyndall; "Shooting Niagara Falls," a
strange storv ; "European Life in
Kgypt ;" and "Lift Thise Eyes,"
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magazine to instruct them, and who
dssire to keep pace with the current
literature of the world cannot do bet
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Probate Notice ' V.
Slut of Ntrlrakn. t'ttii ('utility. . 1 n otiiint
Court: Tit nil rrsiui iDtt'iMt-4 Iu I lie
v ratal of Krrl. J. ctpep. aec-iud.
Tt'ollt-e Is b err l.y ki"U. liim ( im Vt4:i d-y
ol January, A. I. Insj, ul t.iie oVMoii. I. M ., ul
Hip County Jutl.e oflii-r. In I'mUsMioul It, Iu
aid County. 1 lie ikmuioii ivkluK for the -iMiintiueul
of Ail life J. Mrr ti uUntiiilttralrix
of calti wtatt.. mull he heard amt roMslilori'0.
At wliloh. time aiul uUa ull .ttsuOM iuwrritl
limy uppeur. ainl sliuw ric ft any they have;
why sue should not bo appointed uclt atl-mlnl.ili-trlx.
J. AV. JOHNSON,
Dated. Dee. M. lssc' -4iut Couuty Jmlife.
r.-tor Mereet. v John E. IlRrne,' In the dis
tort court of Casa t'Kuuty, Nehra.'Clui.
Notit-e to nou-realUeut ili'd'iHiaiil.
John K. ititriif.fi. iiiiii-rrsldiMit .l.fi.iluiit ill
take ui.tli'.' that on the 1st dnr or Itr-entimr A-l
1). I'etor Meruen. plutnntT IllTi'Si, Hied hii
Iit'tilloii in the dutrlcl court of Cuts county, Nr
irnskn, a.uluat Blil John K. Uarue.i. defendant
the object anil prayer of whlelt are to fvcover
the sum of 40 ; ou mi account for eooda Hold
ami ueiivereu lo me sulil Joint K. liuritrt hv
the Haiti U mill. I'eter Mcrui't, at tils reiiiet,
and that ou sate tl.ty of Decemher Ihs.', an or
tler'of attachment wan Umicd l.y the clerk of
said court a.alUHt raid defc uUaiil. and that
property coimiMitiK ol real estate was attached
umli r and by virtue of said order to-wtt :
Ixits one ill two li) and three ui fit block four
(t) in Townaend'a addition to the vfty of i'lutta
iitoiilli ; and that vald John K. Barucn Is noti
fied that he U required to appear aud aunwer
Haul petitiou on or before the 1st day ot Janu
ary. Ihhj, or said petitiou will be taken as true,
autl said property will be sold to satlsty aula
Hv J . K. Monison. his Atl'y,
riottiuuouth. Neb., Dec Till, lull vU.
fty virtue and in unrsuance of ail order of the
dinlrict court of the und Judicial district, wliu
itt and for Otoe county. Mate of Nebraska, dat
ed the 5th day of December, A. it., lsn-j. I
will ulterior sale at fuhllc- auction on Ihe HUt
day of January. A D. 1nJ. at 'I o'clock p. in. of
said day ; at the front door of Hie building
where the lata term ol the dn-ti lct court wait
hvid of said district. In the citv ot rinltnmo.iih
Cass county, Nebraska, the follimliig dest'iibed
real estate, to-wit :
Ihe uorlh-eaxt quarter of the north -east
quarter of section N umber eight, and the north
one-half, of the north-west tiuiarlcr. and the
unrth-west quarter, of the norili-ea.l quarter
of section N iiinber nine, ill township number
eleven. Iu range number eleven, east of the
slxtn principal meridtau, lyiag and being iu
tne county ul t ass ill I ne siaio ol neurasKa.
1 t l ins til nine : cioilt at tne lltne ol Hiue, or
(at the discretion ot the nlililnltrator) oue
thlrd of the imrcliase iiioney of the said real
estate lo be paid at the tune of mile ; one-third
to be paid In one year ; one-liunl to be paid lu
two years, from date ofrale ; to be aerured by
a moili;ae on the property at leu per cent In
lerert trout date of sale until paid, interest pay
DuifU.Aebra.sKa my, Acnra.sKa. tins olh
day of December, A. D. Ins.'.
C. V. Skvmoi h,
Ailininlstiator anil Executor of the eftaieof
John W. Seymour, deceased. 'Mh
JohnS. Duke plalutilT. vs John E. Harm's de
fendant. In the District court of C.s county.
.Nonce to nou-resitletil tleicnuaut, John
Harm's, lion t'esltU'iil tleleiidant, will lake hi
tii'e that on the sth day of November, ls2.
li.lin h. Duke plaintitl herein, tiled Ui" petillou
lu the district couij of Cans county, Nebraska.
imaliiKt said tlefendaut : the object and tirayer
of which are to recover the um of tfjtj.for gootls
mil mercliaiitlise soul and tleii vcre l lo the de
livered to the tlefendaut. by the plaintiff, at his
lequest ; unit said defendant ft? tui tlier mil Hied
that the clerk of said court in saitl cause inpiied
an order of attachment UKaliiHt said defendant
and that leal estate to-wit ; Coin one. two and
three hi block four, in Touusend s addition to
the city of l'lattsmouth, were attached under
Haiti order, and the said John E. ilarues, is no
tilled that he is required to appear and ani
swer said petition, on or before the 1st day of
January. 1.-K.I ; or said petition will be taken aa
true, and said piopeity will lie soul to satisfy
JOHN S. Dl'KR,
JSy liis att y J. E. Mt.rrl.son.
rialtsiiioulh. Neb. Dec. 7th. IS82-3KM
Notice is hereby given, thai the pai-tnerxhip
heretofore exist ini; between leo. S. Smith anil
.1. It. Strode, under the firm name ami style of
Smith Ac Strode, attorneys at law, will be dis
solved on the lt day of January. IssJ. All
narties having claims againet the said firm will
piest nl the same before salt! tirat day ef Jan
uary, and all parties Indebted to the value will
call and make settlement.
CEO. S. SMITH.
J. It. hTUODK.
riatisiiioutli. Nth. Dee. 7th, l!v-:it)t.i.
Notice for Bids
Notice is hereby git en, that bills will be re
ceived at the ollice of the -County Clerk.lip to
noon of the lft day of January, 18S3. for the
follow int; books, blanks ami stationery, requir
ed for the ue of the County Olllccrs diiring
the vear 18X
Bids must be made ou eacli class seperately.
and specify character and quality tf work. .
Two Deed Itecorils, 8 quire plain.
One " " ' printed
One Mortgage Heeorit, 8 quire plain.
One " " " pridted
One Oeneial Index, Deeds.
One ' ' Mortiraces.
One 8 quire Criminal Docket, (County Judge)
one civil " .
One Court Journal, for District Court.
f00 Official Bonds,
Otto Certificates of Election.
2"0 Itnatt 1'etitlons.
amiOvorspers Settlement Blanks.
4.1'sM Tax Receipts and
40no " ' duplicate.
Jim Court Ciilantleis. clou each teriu.i
MO Orders of Attachments.
STATION KK Y.
6 Dozen Wooden Pen Holders.
3 liross union's Pens 3o:t.
5 " Falcon " (Kstprbrnokf.)
2 Doen Bottles of Mucilage.
2 ijuarts Icetl Ink.
2 lii-oss Itiibber Bands. 1i inch,
ti Dozen l.ead l'eiiclls, Fabci's assorted sizes
nuiio Letter Heads.
3000 Envelops, (.Nos. C, 9 anil lu. ;u desired.)
Witness my hand and ofllcial seaUthis 1st
day of l.eceuiber. 18n.
- J. W. JENNIXCS."
Dee. Ttti. l??2-3St4. County Clerk.
Notice to Teachers.
I w ill be at my oftlee in riattsmouth the firat
Friday and Saturday, and at ifilfciwood the
second ami fourth Friday and S;tTT!5fiay, aud at
Weepim; Water the third Satunray of each
month to attend to liny school business Unit
may be presented tf:i2 Cvncs Alton.
TO WHOM IT MAV COXCF-ltX :
Notice is heret.y given I hat John Osseiikoji
has made application io the Hoard of trustees
of the village of Louisville. Cass county N b..
to sell ma t, spiritt-us mid vinous liquors ill
building ou lot 265 ill said village.
Dated this isth day of Dec. A. D. IRS'J.
. , (i. C. Cl.FGIIOKX,
JskalJ- Vill. ge C'.erk.
John Ossenkop, Applicant. 402
In the matter of the Estate of Teter VnJIeiy
tleceased. In the County Court of Cass Co ,
Notice U hereby clveu that Jacob Vullc-ry,
adiuiiiii'tiator of the said J'eter Vallery. cie
ceased, lias made :t)iplicatim loriliinl settle
ment, and that said cause is set for lieamwut
my oliice nt - riattsmouth. on the "th tiay of
Januaiy, A. D lssa. at 1 o'clock ... 111...01. said
day ; at which time and place, all ueisons iu
teresied may be prest-ut ami cxuiiiiup sait accounts,-
j. v. .lons'soN.
rUit-n.outli, Dec. Olh, 1882-:M3. . .
Chattel Mortgage Sale. .
Xottoe Is hereby civen that by virtue of a
Chattel mortgage tinted on the 5th day of June
and duly tiled iu tint tutiee of tliw County
clerk of Cass county, Nebrcska on I he .if h day
of June !!-', and "txecutcd by Win. Kali. lie
and John Twohey to Kdwartl O.ivei ; ton-cure
the payment of the rum of .H0antl up'in which
there is now due the sum of .714.uo. Default
bavins beeu mad" in th iaynient of said sum.
tliereiore I i!i sell the property tlierein de
cribed, vU; two -'Koehs" barber chairs, 2
mirrors. 1 pier gla.-, 1 looking gla., 1 clock,.!
pictures, 1 1 wood-bottom chairs, 1 v. ashstaiid,
1 oil stove. 1 stove. 1 centre table. 7 Iitpuipf?. I
cup case. 4 t-iwel lacks, 4 spittoons, 2 jf't tier
lunie b.rttles. 2 barber, coiiibiuatioii brackets,
and a quantity of towels, at public auction at
the iioor of the court bouse in the citv
of Piatt-moiitli. Cues count v, Nebraska, on the I
Sth day of January. A. D. lixt, at 1 o'cloek. I
Dated, December 6II1. 1?-'. V.U
liD Al:L UI.IVKB. I
W. 8. Wise, att'y for. Mori4.':iee. Mortuairee. j
Fits, Epilepsy, I
l-errtia'ttly Cured -No Hunitui-bvone .Montli's
uniiie of Hr. (ii iilard's Celehravl Ittfal!ibie
I"it Pnwileis. To convince ustTereis that tltest
Powders will do all we clalru lor them, vie will
send them by mail, post paid, a Free Trial box.
As Dr. Ciarlund is the ouly Physician that has
ever ui:lde ihii dise:tse a uneciiil Atudr. and an
to our knowledge tliousand- have been pr
maiielly cured by the useef thri- Powders.tve I,
wiil Kuarautee a itei iiimieut cure In every castt, i
or relitud you all utoitey expendett. All suiter- i
er-t khoultl give theie Powder an early trial.
ami be convinced of -their curative power. .- 1
Price. forJaige ISi.xe, isl 00, or 4 B.e- for Sid.
Seut iv mail to anv part of tlK- t'tiiletl state,
or Canada, on receipt t-f price-, rr y express. 1
' I'.. ' AdiJrei-, --- i
, . ; - . , : as.! t'p.uty.iNs.
360 Fulton St.. lirtMk!yn. .N. Y.
iH-c,. l"th. l.sj tltly. .,,
Alt sufferer-'from tins disease that are anx
ious to be cured should try Dr. Kissner's Cele-br-ted
Consumplwm Powder'.- Tkee Pod.
ers are the jiilv prep-u-Htit-D knov u that will
cure Consumption and all disease 1 tbeThroat
and Lung- indeed, trroi!g is our fait- in
tnein, and als j to convince you that thev are
no burnout;. w- will forwacd t'i over". Hiffererr
by mail, post paid. 4 tree trial liox, f-L-,
We d'-u't want your money until you are per
fectly ail0ed ml their curative powers. If
y or life h wnrth'iavlni!'. limi May4n giving
these Powders a trial, as tlrey will ndreiy cure
you . ....
Price, for lama Box. tl"0, or Boxes for Slo,
Pttit to apy part of the toiled btates or Ciut.
da, by mail.ou receipt ot price. - -Adit-.V 1
A5n KOUBIXi. -''
360 Fulton St.. Hnniklvn. X." Y. '
H. c, ;th. ts.i lltty.
(; 1 '11 1 T t i ' r t ' ..-
Silver and Silver Plated Ware,
- KOO KKS CKLKIWtATKM
Knives, Forks ami Spooas,
Grold and Silve r Watches,
Toys and Holiday Goods,
TTIie IBest aiad Cheapest In Oty.
A little early
ELSOI the One Price Clothier.
IS ALWAYS AHEAD OF OTIIKIJS IX K V Kit VTI 1 1 X '..
lis .II'ST so. WITH
SUITS, ' MITTS,
OVKI'.CDaTS. 1 'XDF.lt W F. A I.',
SILK ll'D'K'l', Ml - FFLF.US,
CLuVF.s, Fi;ii t'AI's.
Iteineiiihcr we save you !25 per
font on ;tll gooils lionglit of ns.
IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH
ELSOiT the Only One Price Clothier
OI'l'OSBTE CITY HOTEL.
-ft.'.-t v ii,
iirii i.t-'J g ss
rr. jp. "roTijNrG3-
Is sKLLIXP. AT
WAY DOWN PRICES
Cups and Saucers,
Vooilcn and TIbs Toys, .
China and Wax IDolIs,
thie largest line ever seen in Platts
moutli. In fact every thing
that you want for the
U dD.IL HWA TfS
- 1 .... .
at prices to defy competition, at
JFo --P. TO TJ M&S,
t'f T - TT
Opera House, Block.
perhaps, hut you
- - - " a
We invoice Fchrunry 1st, ami in
We shall make ai general reduc
tion in price on
Cloaks and Dolmans !
for ladies and children,
MUST GO AT ANY PRICE !
Our Dress Good Slaughter
will continue until February ls(,
when they will he marked
at their former price.
at prices flint will astonish yon.
Call Early and Often.
FRED. HERRMANN. ;
une uoor Lasi
DBS MOINES I OMAHA
OX ACCOUNT OF HIS
Immense Practice in
WILL MAKE HIS NEXT VISIT ON
Saturday, Feb. 24, 1883,
AM) WILL KI.3IAIN ONE DAY,
WIIEHK HE CAN HE CON-jL'LTED ON THE
Ear & Eye, Tlroat & Luno, Catarrli, Kiflneys
Bladder and Female Diseases as Well as All
Chronic and Nervous Diseases.
Iuh diacovtred tbe greatest cure iu the wiirl.l for v;.kiiH .f the l.i-k mih! llml.-.. n. vol
untary aisf hares, inipuleury , general tleliltt , tin vmiHi.e., l:tiixtur. runfuMoti f Mr. pitlt
tattuu of the heart, timidity, trembling. tliiiiuH ol ltht ur KK"tl". Ii-ra-.e ..I Hi" t.e.l.
throat, none or skin, atfei-tions of the nvrr. luii.n. etunia' ll or vuwrl.-llii-M' ler.-iiiif uiirJeii.
arising from .oliiary Itabiu of ytmtli -and wi .-t prat-tli-e uioip final to tne ti.-nm ihrtti thu
nunt". of Syrens to the mariiit-. of L'Ivmh, liliittiii tli ir ntot radiei.t lioi..-t or -iitlrii.ulinn,
reuuenriK marriage linposmhle.
Those that are ufferin from the evil i.rai-tli-e, wl.ifli di-troy tltelr mental and uliv.U'iil
The symptoms of which are a dull' .li-.trfj.icd mind, tthlflt unfit tlifin fur -i.n iniii their l.nt
iuensaiiU social dutiea. makes happy iiianii;e ini.ilble, litrersH the a.-iioti ol tl..- li.-a.l
depression of bpirlts. evil f.irehod 111141, rowai'.itee. fears, ureaiits. rellesi ullil. dlil..--. 1-1 -Kellulness,
unnatural dls.diar.ei', pain iu the lia. lt and tup, ihoit Oieatliu.. ii.e.aufii.ny. lire
easily of company and have preference to he alone, feeling tiled lu the uioininK at when re
tiring, seminal weaknene. loi-l inauliood, white bone depobit 111 the urine, i.ervou.nei.. trt.iiihliii
eoufiiaiou of thought, watery unl weak eyes, dynpepiia. constipation, paieut-.i, pain aim weak -nes
iu the limbs, eic., should coimult me Immediately and be restored to ierfet-i nealiti.
YOUNG MEN f
Who hare become Tlrtims of solitary vice, that dreadful and destructive hat.lt wl.tvit annuali.
sweeps to an uutimely (rrave thoti.iauds of young men of exalted talent una liriiu..i iut.'tiei
who might otherwi.ie entrance listening senatots with the tnunders ol their eloquence or xaKeu
to testacy the living lyre, may call with conlidein-e.
Married persons or young men contemplating marriage beware of physical weakness, li.vsj
of procreative ptjwer. itnpoteury or any other disqualification speedily relieved, lie ho place
himself under the care of In. K.shblatl may religiously couUde in -is uu, or as a cm leiiiau, ant
confideutiy rely upon hut skill as a physician.
ORGAN A U WEAKNESS
Immediately cured and full vigor restored. This distressing affection, wiiu li renders life a bur
den and marriage impossible, is the penalty payed by tue viciini lor iinpioH-r linlulgeii.-.
ouug lueu are apt to commit excesses from 1101 oeing aware ol lite dreadful t-ouseii-uct-a Hi...
may ensue. Mow who that uinler.taiids tills suoject will tleny tltal procieailou Is lost soouer n
those falling Into improper habits than by the prttdeut. lies.des oeiug Ueinivttd of tue picas
uresof healthy offsprings, the most serious anu destructive ii.ptom. ol iotn mind aud iotiy
arise. The system becomes deranged, the physical aud menial powers weaken. Jast procrea
tive powei. uervous imtatblllty, dsn;p.ia. palpitatlou ol the heart. li.uigetloit, coitstilu
tional debility, wasting of the frame, couku cousumptlou and death.
A. CURE WARRANTED.
Persons nUned In health by unlearned pretenders lm keeps them trilling niunth after monlls
taking poironouit and injuiiotis cuiiipounus. M.oul.l apply luiu.e.lialely.
graduated at one of th most eminent college, in the l ulled vjtate.. has effected son of Ihe- 1
most astonish ng cure that were ever known. Many troubled with ringing lu Ihe tur, iuil
bead when asleep, great oervouues, being alarmed atcerulu ouuds. wan ircuurbt biu.-Vii.k-s.
attended s.lnetlit,ea with .tf.it:vu..tt ..f . i. ...t...t . ..1 1 1........ T
T" A y C O A O-T lrl
--x-i itUAn. lNUilOt..
Dr. F. addresses all those who have Inlnrert ti.n..iv. i.v 1.. . ..
hhiiwiiL..t. r..i.. 1.11, -,i.i ....1 1. :
... - uvul u..u,,,wft ...eu. .ut ousiuess, siuuy. sttciety or lnai 1 r-t.
Jlie-eitresoineof the.ad iiieioncioly effect prod teed by the early habits t.f youth
Weakness of the back and limbs, pains In the head mid .In.. net. .r.r 1.... ..r -...., "' ... .
5ehh.?vP eorn?o,i.' U:,T' O'1-
riilVAlii UJ?i?'lUi, ULAf i S
-.svsase ob inn sturw-. uam noiasi, lows.
M(iU.I:TAFON.F.,,?E- C1;n:e mooerat and within the reaUi t.f all -who need Bclentin.
Medical treatment. ' rho-e who reside at a distance and cannot call will reclcva t.to?... . -IV
lion through the mail by slmplysendlug their .yinptouia with postage. 'ec,oe I'lompl altcn-
Addre. Utck Box 6, le. Moines. Iowa. '
Heird pwfal for enpy iA the Xedleal Advtrr.
rirsi walionai Bank.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, 4
i A I . 1 s-r-r- . . '
:vr ; "r'-nu
trrltaMluy. derangetueut ol digestive function
ULUGK, 51H & WALNUT Sts