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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1882)
Icra.il PuMislutii Co.
fC, JlusineM Manager.
Citht 1 00
fear J oo
? according to space. Mm nil
Me known on application.
It the 1'iMt Oilier , rlattsinoulli.
-co ml (.'las matter.
IrSMOUTII. DKl'.H, 1883.
MtllAI.P will le iiirloiu-il in
a fuw wonU for iuclf. Un-
cordi l uj)iort n' VL' ''. ''10
mint look with priilc iitiouilH
ia a ircuuitie, live county ju-
I n lurked to iiit ir.'Hvut i.u to
Utile it biiniuvan patron, iu
v is curtuiluti to tlic lowcn
r riuiuu inuikT, una until
itlny uru piisl, the utlvcrlisiii";
incut lias the floor anil tlio jia-
Vlie I1kkali i proud of I lie hji-
ioii lui-n-liitiita ure ahowiu"; to
! as u medium to n ucli Uicir
iei s; uiul tuc llKltAl.it h grill i-
rriiiru, ut Loin uble to make
riotim cinema of iti iuU ertisci 8
k iii liileuu huudreil tmtroin.
iiiuiy iiuiurd in llie wcl pic
.licr udvaii'njc for rcailiiujj
gent nu in lt r of roii'lora, uhovu
-U,il.i; mid no iaj)cr riijoya i he
agj mul esteem of so Itrio a
of live, kdviTlUiii:; luili's.i
IIi;itAl.i aims to he of interest
i ubln ( and llic iuiid incrciie
liiculullon, is uu etirueal that
ItAI.D miKaesKin mat iuliiisl.
iio Utmost care I hut nothing
jiotiuhle shiill enter ur eoliliiins,
luu ilili-rcncc in si- uriiii: homo
ul Hewn, ami with oiieii and
ki ll opiiiiuli-i ll it nil ijiieMii'iie
this coiiiiniiiiit y, ihe IIkk
oiies to continue to merit thut
and i-ubstuntiul siiiiiiort thut
from the iieojile, uud thut eoliie
U who Inlicie in the building
this roiiiiiiuuity iu till Wiiyn lo
l!iir t'ltieUhi. 'f he Ui.uaih.
iid of its hiii'i'i'ss, proud of ii
ntly iut-rruslii; utroiiagj in cv
nrl iiiciii , ui.d above ml, proud
eoiil'uleliee its 1: ientls ami stip
s ar ;i ing it lis poihili
i' tho future lire bright, il a
'lis uusti uled. u-id its holies for
material good in business, iu
nil nils, anil in the homes of t he
lie pre of I he slate to which
' link bled lor complimentary
and to the iniiiiy ut home uud
I w ho hitve prollered coligralu
- upon thu Ih.HAl.n'.s improve
itd mm c.:s, the iiiatingi'incut
h iiiilibtid and not uiiiiiiLillul
1 progress uitgiuciiiri rt-pousi-
w hich Ihe Hkkai.d will meet
the ili-Mre that t.;ey may biin
uruali.s ie enterprise lo broader
f usel iiluess uud mu cress
Xcinchii (Irtintrer and Ilrown-
Flepiiblii'aii both came out hist
muted all i;l iiome uud much
il i :j:ippir:iiiee Times must
propitious id fl:e state of Xc-
Oni'dia Herald hits dropped the
U;le ipit-stiou like a hot iron; I
nily to iiiiisquersiart in '.luring
ji eat morn campaign, but it
clieved it and never calculated
. to it.
!Ii:i:alU glad o note that
irnai id romdncr -the advertise-
t' the New York Sun. It is a
e that the Jminal editorial
is will continue in future with
i pi t-dictionsf rom veimorandt h e
icrinentofawaruispellfrom h a z-
ou!d he welltolay lo w fortlie c o a 1-
of the fool papers of this state
landing that Judge Croiinse b
k'ii irom me -iuinii imicvwe
,d the ofll:e given to horan
ibove qualification given papers
entirely out; we never endorsed
riattsmoutli IIkrald nomi-
horan ClarkJ of IJoone. for col-
of internal revenue in this state.
Slit easily get worse uiau. Mr.
although defeated for state
rer, stanas totiy, neau anu
ers above his defaoiers. Te
Ouiaha iee, with a capital stock
0(0, is assessetl at 3(5,500 fir
n purposes This does not in
he "franchise,' which the llee
jiht to be taxed in the case of
Is. The Bee's rule for assess
es is a bad one it doesn't work
ays. Slate Journal.
Journal is tree to sav that
!er was not its chcice for that
chief of police) but it recognizes
a man full of energy and pluck
intelligence that is keen enough
fee a first-class officer. Daily
Lbove is submitted without com
ic speaks the demagogue the
is louder than a fog horn could
.ixgton lUiguts, tne gieai na-
cemetry opposite Washington
e old H. E. Lee homestead, has
n litigation for some time, the
iainst the government. A de
,as ben rendered by the Su
fCourt in favor of the heirs, and
i-isior. cites the fact that a tax
L the only claim government has
,ad on the property. It wul be
now to secure a title whicn
have been secured years agx
A- " !
.I.,r nork well. A whole
l,ave been afflicted with trich-
inaha county oi inn
Li.i Pork 8ausae r'01, "e
j-,o a family near xiwm-
iave recently been simimr-
tiHZ :he same cause, i oris
Ijwifii trichinae is harmless
Uly cooked. But ir tnc am-
Ie are not oesiroj ;
. transplanted into the Human
frrlucthe uiosl p.."
generally result in dea'b.
and cook it thoroughly.
Thr Herald in what U ald last
week and wlut It may say lin the fu
ture regarding the Chief of roll ce and
hla appointment volcue tin communi
ty, and did we not cond ran in un
measured terms the actlop by which
the enforcement of law is handed over
to such we should be most' direlect in
duty. The 1 1 Kit A Lb haa neither time,
Inclination or tnalace, for persecuting
any as some who are liAble tolm struck
themselves with lightning would In
fer : but this cas is one wherein the
citizens themselves and the good name
of this city is persecuted. Tim associ
ation together of justice, the laws of
the c'ty uud the present Chief of Po
lice Is a caso of sodomy so apparent
that the outsidu world is witness to
the disgr ace. Theieiorethe IIfcKALl
Bees no other line of uction, sees noth
ing in thiii beyond justice to the C im
munity and a desire above personality
uud partisan grounds, that will not b
abandoned. The IIkkald "will go to
Worms" in this as ir. all olhM matters
that are iu conflict with the interests
and wishes of thi people. If there be
any consolation h those who oppose,
to place us on the same level wiili
themselves, they are most assuredly
welcome to Ihe consolation, for it
neither juslilies or mitigates thut
which has been done A vindicatimi
gained in such uiaui.er Is no vindica
lion at all, but rather an admission of
the truth. The Hkkai.d does not pre
sent insinuations but facts of record.
and susceptible of proof, and wheu the
I i RALD states otherwise the courts
can collect damages which the Hkk
ALD in its solvency is capable of pay
imr. The IIkkald iu the face of
known facts as this community know
them to be: is safe in asserting that no
party or majority of this community
would elect by their ballots the pres
ent Chief of Police to that office. It
never could be done in this city; hence
why make such appointments.
Hit. Mii.i.kk is decid dly mad; he is
evidently galled somew lint aud u hu es
under tlio wholesome truths this pa
per has becu quoting to iiim regard
inr investigations; but the Doctor
looses his head sadly iu ge'lin so cx
c:u'i that ull the answer he can give
is iu I he line of person il uhii'c and
t'r hmonger epithets thut he 1ms ;1 uu
t'tl Irom a sutler s tent mid oilier
sources, anil that come so handy to
hi ill to tire at any vue wtun they
(iiiote a lew facts, that both himself
uud the other Dromio, Mr. Mort.n,
are unable to answer. We commiser
ate the doctor In his auger; his chaste
and eloquent dictiou speaks the jiui
jams he is suflenug from his overdose
of investigation. Aud concerning
champion liars it looks to us us
though our augry friend of tho Oma
hallerald had Home claims himself that
ought not to be ignored. Dr. Miller
iu the Herald started out a year ago
in calling certaiu oflicials as stealiu
Irom government o'her citizens as
thieves, this community infested wiili
rubbers uud so on ct octru. He pro
posed to prove it by an investigation
in the legislature, and nil he made out
ot it was to abandon it. He furnish
ed tho democratic campaign with the
same statements to bo u -ed as thim
tier Hud fiur.lly with a grand uiry at
tempted to prove his words. But the
grand jury didn't grind to his taste
uud it looks to us a0 though they
branded the accusations as lies and
Hung them into his teeth, audit looks
to us as though wheu government
pavs a grand jury to establish the
fact that the Omaha Herald's utate
incuts arc falsehoods, that the author
of them is entitled to some considera
tion, if not the champion liar ut least
a Police Gazette medal.
Indite, how gloomV are ttwn walls,
Outsld, bow bright lb day t
Hut democratic duty rails
And govcrnniDl will pay.
Brtimra I nun lo hapny drrama
Wblcb niftk my brurt laualcay.
A Togad Hrnntor, I nrrin.
And goveriiintut g oil pay.
My (iilbr bopM. gkod IriraUt luxlxt,
luatrang lailletmrul lay :
Drtuurracy can iale lt. I
Wtiru guTrruuiriit mu I pay.
From Jlnjlrj in tlu Jury nm hi J, Sttrlinn
Hie duly r. frr d t.i. uiiear.hlng frauds.
J The Maiabal U now rrrklug wllueaapa.
I Word( Nrpl.ew IVIloti. obxilrt aluc';.
It is in order for citizens of Platta
mouth to arm theuirtrives for pro tec
Hon against the police force.
Tins is the season of the year when
Mfssrs. Murphy ai.d Morrison play
Hob Not val ou 1 er cei t to crowded
OCR advertising c dam is have the
floor; If all our readers do not flud
place to secure holidty
are indeed powerkss.
Tiik Plattsmouth Journal, u few
itays ago published an item alleging
that the gram aud stock Inner of
Plattsmouih had pooled and were
keeping the prices down be!ov what
they were at other poiuts iu the county-
We have made diligent inquiry aud
ti li il that there is no toil nd.it ion what
ever for such a charge. One of our
grain buyer, whe buys at four poiuts
outside of Platlsniouth, says that he
has becu giving from oue to two
cents per bushel more for corn at
Plattsmouili than at any oilier point ,
ami the full market price for every
kind of grain. He says no pool has
been formed and that such charges,
when made without auy foundation,
aud iu this instance, do the gruiu aud
stock dealers, and the business iuter
ests of the town serious damage. The
allegations published in the Journal
are wholly unfounded, aud the farm
ers may rest assured they wis) get
lull market price for produce brought
at this market.
The following is an interview the
Chicago Tribune held with congress
man elect Henderson of Dubuque
"Are you iu favor of civil-service re
form?" asked the scribe.
"Of course I am : why shouldn't I be?
Arn't the democrats crying for it?
Don't they sit up nights loeking for it.
w ith the White House in the distance?
Civil Service reform to them would be
to shove out every republican and put
iu every democrat that there could be
found a place for. The democracy is
a great, gaunt wolf. Ita shrunken
belly, kept empty for more than twen
ty years, cries for reform. Its hideous,
wicked, naked form cries for civil
service reform. But look at it. Are
our revenues honestly collected? Is
the public worn done well? Are our
post offices well run? Is our public
debt being paid? Let us look right at
home. Let us look at ourselves, and
be fair with ourselves, and forget all
little differences of the past and look
for success in 1834. There is nothing
like looking to the future. The peo
ple aie not yet ready to trust the De
mocracy. It never showed any great
adaptability to reform, except of the
Floyd and Bill Tweed order. The
democrats are good out in the cold, be
cause the cold keeps them from fester
ing. Festering democracy made this
country pretty sick, and the republican
party, with its healiug salve, has had
hard" work to right the wrong9 that
were wrought by the democretic par
ty, and the doctor's bill is not yet all
paid. I think that the republicau
party is alive today, and will be alive
to the issues to come in the future. I
have an abiding faith in the people."
Missorni woman put her shoul
der oat of joint kicking at a eat. nd a
Plattsmouth lady sneezed tier jaw out
ot place; where is Xebcaska City now.
adavs? t' -
ine counties along I lie border of
settlement in Western Nebraska, were
the only counties giving majorities
for woman's suffrage u the late elec
When the New York .Sun is delayed
by late mails there are trying times in
the editorial corner of the Plattsmouth
Journal and much skirmishing for
Thr Omaha Republican ha made
a discovery that iho Plattsmouth
Journal is guilty of plagiarizing.
There is uo news iu hat fact to the
citizens of Plattsmouth.
The Tecumseh Chieftain and Has
tings Gazette-Journal come forth en
larged in form, printed all at home
anu wiin oilier characteristics of pro
The Weeping Water Republican
announces in its news columns that
"Christmas is coming." Xo blizzard
from the noith west keeps the Repub
lican from giving the latest news.
1 he counties in Nebraska casting
over three thousand vote in the late
election are as follows: Douglass, 5,-
979; Lancaster, 4,818; Richardson, 3
C32; Cass, 3,500; Otoe, 3, 237; Gage, 3,
South Beud Letter.
Soitth Bend, Neb., Dec. 11 Hav
ing heard many vague rumors to the
effect that South Beud was dead, your
correspondent concluded to investi
gate for himself.
We first called on K. K. Day, aud
found him doing a driving' business
in the purchase of graiu as well as
selling lots of goods. Mr. Day has
bcn a valuable man for tho towu.
Hunk Streight was too busy to talk
to us; be has built quite au addition
to his store, slocked it with goods aid
employs three clerks, everything- in
dicated substantial prosperity.
Jo Sharp, who recently succeeded
S. K. Greeuslnte in the drug trade,
assisted by his obliging clerk, Mr.
Co (ley. is doing a uicc business.
X. W. KaucfT was happy and gj.d-
uatured at the general boom in which
Geo. I lav, of llty Bros, was o.-t the
sick list, but couldn't grumbje at the
general condition of things.
We feuud McConuick aud Coon in
their respective shops, successfully
pouuding iron iut gold coin, a clear
example of the transmutation of met
Mu n ford has just ordered a nice
barber chair Irom Chicago.
Burt Fuller an old time subscriber
to the IIkkali complimented "The
Old Lady" on 'icr n;cc and newsy ap
pcarauce, and wanted to reucw his
acquaintance, all of which was gra
Well, we might, ard in fact ought
to go on And tell what the other busi
ness men were doing1, as it would be
creditable to them, but tho space of
this letter wi 1 not allow; promising
to do so at another time. We will
close by saying that we wr re sur
prised aud gratified at the live prog
ress being made at the Bend.
Louisville, Neb. Dec. 10, 1883.
Truman Hall and his father have
just returned from a week's trip to
their old home in Wisconsin.
Frank Eckols' our former fellow-
townsman, is with us no more, the re
port is, that his sudden departure was
caused by two of our fair ones getting
after him with a sharp .stick. A fel
low should never promise to marry
more than one giil at a time in the
Professor Zink, ably assisted by
Miss Calkins, are mading the Louis
ville schools the pi ide of the town;
may success coutiuue to attend their
Our enterprising liveryman, George
Laverty, in addition to "lis present
business, will buy hogs the balance of
the wiuter for the Omaha market
His father-in law, H. Lewis, is associa
ted with bim.
We neglected to mention the itturn
of C. E. Wilk'nson, the eflicient agent
of the B & M . from his recent trip to
Indiana. Ed says he done what be
coul i during the late election there to
hold things level; but the "moss backs'1
from out in the counties flocked to the
old standard in such numbers that
they couldn't stem the tide.
II. W. Ziuk, with Willie and Arley
Cleghorn. took in Uncle Tom's Cabin
at the Waterman opera house, recent
ly ; they voted it a big success for any
one that could appreciate fun.
Fred Mickleweight and Frank Pot-
tenger, two old Plattsmouth boys, are
running a freight on the Mo. Pacific
from Falls City to Omaha.
Miss Helen Stander assists her
brother James in the Stander store.
The City hotel and the Louisville
House are both full all the time. Lou
isville Is becoming quite a stopping
II. E. Lincoln, of PlatUtuouth, is
teaching school in the Eickhoff dis
trict couth-west of here.
A. G. Halt aud wile nave been vis
iting friends and relatives iu Canada,
and Michigan, for several weeks. We
are pleased to hear that the old folks
are er.joying themselves splendidly.
The old gentleman's smiling coun te
ll fip.ee will be greeted with pleasure
by the uuinirous patrons of his popu
lar meat market when he returns.
The X IluttdsT to the Front.
IKAit UKBALl;-r-In days gon by,
when our good friend Mao occupied
the editor's chair, w " used to visit
your columns occasionally with a few
Item from the X road', but the change
to new matters, frightened us away
and the softening influence of time
haa not entirely obliterated those) feel
ings. I( ia with fear and trembling
we now move to renew our acquaint
ance, lest that all devouring -whale?
that lives in the prophetic brain of ye
present editors, that is to do so much
awallowiug, will take us in, as we fear
it has the late anti-monopoly editor of
the Enterprise. While we would not
object to a warmer abode today as It
"snows and it blows, and it is cold
and stormy weather," we should em
phatically object to slumbering in the
belly of a monopoly whale.
Election is past however, and the
"baste" may be sleeping sweetly and
The storm has caught many farm
ers with corn still in the field, and it
will be a disagreeable hindrance to
those having contracts to fill about
the 10th or 13th. Our corn shelters
are very much In faslnoi in this vi
cinity. Mr. Lush, Mike Cavey aud
Jacob Cain, are now prepared to serve
those wanting shelliuir done.
.Oeo. Buell and Tuck Vandenburgh
started a few days ago on a visit to
their old home and friends in New
8. T. Kicncy, haa a brother from
Kansas, viaitiuir bim.
James W. McMahcn has sold his
farm to T. P. McCarty. Squire Pool
has bought the Spraguc 80, and has a
very choice quarter section.
Will Burrows has built a cosy-
house and barn ou his farm; it looks
as though there might be a Mrs. B.
iu pros oec t.
William Armstrong leaves iu a few
days for his new home iu Autelope
Mrs. Preston, from Kansas, is vis
iting her daughter. Mrs. I). I. John
Stove Creek has a G. A. K Post.
No moic this tune lest we wake that
The whale ol our "prophetic brain"
proved to be u veritable democratic
shark, and the record shows it gath
ered in many on fleet ion day. The
late auti-mouopoly editor of the En
terprise'' is far Irom swallowed; we
went right on to Nineveh; whero we
are crying, "iu yet two years democ
racy shall perish! ' If "Uusticuss"
escaped being swallowed, he can come
right iu with us out of the cold aud
warm himself. - Ed.
TYe are Alive All Over.
The Plattsmouth Hekald is a live.
energetic and representative Nebraska
journal. Tecumseh Chieftan.
The death of the Advocate is fur
ther evidence that an anti-monopoly
greenback paper ha? small hopes and
precarious chances for life, when the
democratic party shakes its mane.
Law aud collection business promp
tly attended to at tins omcc and pro
ceeds remitted without delay.
Notarial work, conveyancing aud
abstracting attended to ou short no
tice aud satisfaction guarautced.
It mere is any ttnng we uo make a
specially of, it is city aud suburban
real estate, several line farms aud
some wild land at bargains. Laboring
men can get a home by paying month
ly what they new pay lor house rent
Space forbids giving but a small
percentage of the bargains now on the
books at this agency; we name the
Six choice hair aero lots 8 minutes
from It. It. shops, at from $0 to $150
each, nnd on terms that vvjul 1 mike
n.au ashamed to say li't did net owu
house. Comeau tbie. to i aie uot
compelled to buy and w wo it give
these lots awav, but o i can ST'i tu -m
so they will absolutely cost yo i n Jih
Five acre lots j mil.; lio n crv for
$350 part on time.
Eleven acre lots mile fro n city
for $oO this is exirj nue.
I have three pieces of outside proi
crtv which J can sell aud under
take to furnish purchaser work
enough to pay for them, now will
furnish the ground and you the work,
work is what hurts me. It you will
do the work at a fair price I will give
vou a clear aeea ior me laud; if vou
can't do the work come and see me, 1
may find some one who will do it tor
Ten acres for $ 500 00
' " 600 00
" " " 750 00
" " " 2500 00
Several small tracts well Improved
and adjoining the city, for sale at
FA KM LANDS.
40 acres, wild $ 600 00
80 " iniproy'd 1600 00
120 " " 2000 00
160 ' 5000 00
200 ' " 6200 00
240 " ' 6000 00
Finest stock larm iu Cass couutv
$16000, loDg time aud low rate ot interest.
160 acres, wild $2500
160 " 2800
80 " " 1200
80 " " 3200
160 acres, wild, Hep. V'y (cash) $1000
Cor. lot 3 bl'ksfroiu shops (cheap)$100
S " " 150
2 " " 450
4 .4 4. M n5
2 " " 150
N. 6th street (fine) 300
Picnic Hill " 200
Washington ave" 350
1 bl'k from Maiu st extra 400
Improved city real estato in abun
dance. I cau find what you want in
this line if you will call aud see me.
Business houses and lots for sale
at much lower figures thau will be
asked six months hence.
Stores and dwellings ren'ed and for
rent, rents promptly collected.
If you don't see what you want in
this column come and ask for it. I've
probably missed just what you want.
Office opeu nearly every evening from
6 to 8.
W. S. "WISE,
Notice to Teachers.
I U1 be at ray office ia Plattsmouth th flnt
Friday and Saturday, aad at Klinwood the
eeoud aod tminh Friday and Saturday. ad at
Werpior Water tbe llUrd Saturday of each
montb to attend to any achool fciuineaa that
may bepreapnto tras Ctiv1ltov,
, Attachment Nb. Ve.
rvtrr Merer. Julia K, name. thatlia-
trirt court of I'aaa county, Nrbraaka-
XHolico lo MOM-rmldoM dofoadanl,
Jultu K. llaruv, no. .
taa aollca thai on lb lt ,' of Itecoih
1. ISM. rifr Mrntr.. platuca bvmlu. flit
twIltloD ia tbo dl.lrtcl court of luu couutv
tunuka, aalnt ald John E. Uarana. dcleu --
tua object ana prajrar oi wuiru ar lo reot i
l!i iuiu ul w ; on an arcouut (or food k
and delivered to Ilia aald John K. Harura .
Uu aaid pla.nlilf, Vetrr Sienna, at bC reqitai ,
and that ou aale day of Uecembnr laa, aa oi .
der el attachment waa UaueU by the clerk ot
aid aourt a(alu.H aaia UeleuuaOl, and that
property eu.liln of real eetate was attached
uouer ana oy virtue oi aaiu order to-vrtt :
lxt oue (I) two (X) and three (3) ia block four
(4) to Towoaeud'a additlou to the city of flatu-
iiiuuin ; ana tuai aia joun c. Barnes la uoll
ncd mat he i required to appear and answer
said peiitioa on or before me lit day of Janu
ary. Isms, or said petition will be taken as true,
and aald property will be sold to satisfy sale!
claim. rcTRH MBKOBM.
By J . K. MonhMiu, hi Ait'y.
Plottsroouth, Nsb., Dec 7iu, ImJ -3(4.
By virtue and in pursuance of an order of tbe
aiirict court oi me ziid judicial district, with
in aad for Utoe eounty.Htate of Aebraska. dat
ed the Mb. day of December, A. U., . IIWU. I
will offer for sale at fbblic auction on the Stb
day of January. A. U. Itmi. at 2 o'clock p. m. of
said day i at tue liont door of the building
wliere the lart tcnii of tbe dutrlct court was
niu vi saia cistrict, in tbe city of riatuiiieaih
CM county, Nebraska, the following described
real estate. tJ-wit i
ihe north-east quarter of the north-east
quarter oi section nuiuiwi elgnt. aod the uortb
one-half, of the north-west quarter, and the
nurtli-west quarter, of the uona-eat quarter
of section Muuiber nine. In towusblp Dumber
eleven, iu raue uumber eleveu. eat of the
slxtn principal meridian, lying- aud belli in
the eouaty of Caaa Iu the state of Nebraska,
terms of sale : Cash at the time of aala. or
(at the discretion of the aduiluistrator) oue
third of the purcbase money of the said real
estate to be paid at the time of sale ; ouorthlrd
to oe paid In one year ; oue-tbird to be paid In
two year, from date of vale ; to be secured by
a dioi tKue on the prooertv at ten oer ceut lu.
tereat 'rum date of sale uutll paid, luterest pay-
Hated. Nebraska Citv. Krbrnki ihi.
day of December. A. D." 1882.
. . J. W . OKVMOt'tt,
Administrator and Executor of ih tu.f
John W. Seymour, deceased. 3814
Attachment Notice. .
John S. Duke Dlalntlff. VI John K. liarnvs ite.
feodant, la the District court of Css county
Notice to non-resident defendant. John K
Barnes, uou'reslileut defendant, will take ao
tice that ou the latth dav of Auveinber. lni
John a. Duke plalntiO herein, died bi petition
iu the dUtnct courj of Cars county, Nebravka.
agaiust said defendant ; the object aud prayer
ol which are to recover the sum of f ai.for goods
aud Merchandise sold and delivere-l to the de
livered to the defeudaut. by the plaintiff, at bis
equest ; and said defeudaut is further uotifled
that tile clerk tit said court In said cause iatued
an order of albicbiueul ugainat said defeudaut
and thut real etale lo-wil ; Lot a oue. two and
three in block four, in Towuseud's addition to
the City of rialt.iiuoutb, were attached uuder
aid order, aud the said John U. Barnes, la no
tified I hut he is required to appear aud ans
swer said petition, on or before the lat ilnv if
January, lsto or said petition will be taken as
true, and said pi open J will be sold to satisfy
John 8. Di sk.
By lila all y J. K. Morrison,
l'latuniouth. Neb. Dec. 7th, 1S82-314
Noti.-c Is hereby eiven. that the nartnei-shln
heretofore eXisliiiK between ieo. 8. Himth aud
J. B. 8irode, uuder tlie tlnii name and atyle of
Smith & strode, attorneys at law, wi.l be ab
solved on tlte 1st day of January. 1883. All
parties having claims against the said Br in will
present the same before said first day nf Jan
uary, and all y art lea indebted to the same will
call aud make settlement.
EO. 8. SMITH.
J. B. KTUUDE.
riattimouth, Neb. Dec. 7th, I8f2 38t3.
Diamonds Fine Jewelry
Silver and Silver Plated Ware,
Proposals for Grain. '
Hbaducaktkh's -Dipabtmknt Or Thr
Chief Quartermaster s OfUee.
Umuhit. N'ebiaika. November, 29. '83.
Sealed iroior.uLs. in triplicate, subject to the
usual conditions, will he lecelved at this office
until 12 o'clock, noon, on Wednesday, Decem
ber 'Julb, i&2. at which time aud place they will
be opeued in prexeuce of bidders, for f uruishing
and delivery In quantities as required, up to
JuiieJuth, 1883.111 Omaha depot. Nebraska, or
at stations ou the Union Pacific Kailroaa. eat
of K-arney Junction, of t.ouo.oou pounds COKN
aii'l 8.000,000 pounds OATS.
t'roiioaal . Ior quantities les than the whole
will be received. Delivery of the eraln will, if
required, commence January 1, 1S83. refer
ence win oe given to imicies oi uoiuesllc pro
duction, conditions of price aud quantity, be
lug equal, aud such preference will be given to
articles of American production produced on
the Facitie coast to the exteut of tne consump
tion required by the public service there. Ihe
government reserves the eight to reject any or
all proposals, liids snould state the rate per
100 pounds, (not per bunhel) and the envelopes
containing them shhuld be endorsed "Bids tor
drain." uud addressed to the undersigned.
Bidders are requested to submit proposals for
the delivery of the Corn in new resewed gunny
sacks of loo pounds each and for the delivery
of the Oats iu new r.-aewed burlap sacks of loo
pounds each. Bids will be received for corn
grown In the years IS8I. and 1882, and bidders
should be particular in stating the year In
which the com proposed to bit furuisl.ed was
Copies of thi advertisement aod of the eir
cular ot Instructions to bidders can be obtained
on application to .his office, and one copy each
of said advertisement and circular should he
ixttached to rr accompany each proposal and
form a part thereof.
Joiiv V. Furey.
Capt. and A. (Jm. In charge.
Chief Quartermaster's Oflicc.
Knives Farfcs aad Spoons,
Gold and Silver Watches,
Toys and Holiday Goods,
The BSe.st and Cheapest in City.
L. C. ERVIN,
XT IS lOILST BLOCK.
A I ERR Y X MASr
A little early perhaps, but you
ELSOfJ the One Price Clothier,
IS ALWAYS AHEAD OF OTHERS I EVERYTHING.
ITS JUST SO. WITH
Polelov.s and Stussian Jirrufars,
have 'arrived, ami having hough!
them under the reguhir price, we
can give par ticsspccial induccincntM
when wauling nnv.h.iig in the
above line. We inviic all
and see our immense slock
Also a Full Line of
hisses and iShildrenscloaks
Ulstcrcttes mul B'Saveliek
GLOVES, FUR CATS.
Remember we save you 25 per
Cent on all goods bought of us.
IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH
ELS01T the Only One Price Clothier
OPPOSITE CITY HOTEL.
Notice for Bids
Notice Is hereby tlven. that bid will be re
ceived at the iifBce ot the County Clerk, up to
noon of tne 1st day ot January, 1883, lor tne
IoIIom Inir books, bbinks and etatiunary. reuulr
ed for llie ue of tbe County Officers during
I lie vear inu.
Illds must be made on each class seperately
and speci'y character and quality of work.
Tn O Deed r.erird", 8 quires plain.
One .... printed
One Mortgage liccord. 8 quire plain.
One " " pridted
Oue General Index, Deeds.
One ' " Morteaees.
One S quire Criminal Docket. (.County Judge )
One Court Jourpal, for District Court.
300 OOieial Ttond.
soo Certiacates of Election.
25e Knaa I'etitlons.
2oojOverseers Settlement Blanks.
4.600 Tax Receipts and
4 goo " ' duplicate.
00 Court Calanders. (10 each term.)
200 Orders of Attachments.
s Dozen Woodau Pan Holders.
3 Gross (iillott's Puns 3o.
5 Falcon (fenterlH-aoiM.)
2 Dozen Kottles of Mueilaga,
2 Quarts Huii Ink.
2 (irofs Rubber Bands, inch.
6 Dozen I.e:id Pencils, Faber's assorted sizes
3ooo Letter Heads.
cOOO Euvelops, (Nos. 8. 9 and 10. as desired.)
Witness my hand and official seal, this 1st
uay oi ueceuioer. issx.
'J. W. JENNINGS.
Dec. 7th. 1882-3M4. County Clerk,
Iu the matter of tbe estate of David Klepsep,
daceaeed. In the county Court of Cass coub
Upon reading and filing the duly verified ua
tltlouof Duaiel Klepser. praviaK that admin
Istration of the estate of David Klepaer, de
ceased, be granted to Daniel Klepaer.
Ordered that uotice of the oendency of aald
cause be published iu the PlaJtsmouthUEKALO
a weekly newspaper, printed and published,
and Iu geneial circulation iu said county, for
three consecutive weeks, and that the heart"s:
ol said cause be set for the 11th day of Decem
ber, a. it. iwi at one o ciock r. m.. at ine oi
ffice of the County Jqdge. at Plattsmouth, at
which lime aud plane, ail persons interested
mav auoear and show cause, if any tliev have.
why adinluisiratioii of said estata should pot
be granted to the said Daniel Klepser, aouord
Iuk to the prayer of said petition.
j. v. juiio-, co. Juage.
l'latuniouth. Nov. 21. 1882 36U.
In the matter of the Estate of Peter Vallery
ueceaseu. id uie toum; court oi lass lo.,
Notice is hereby given that Jacob Vallery,
administrator ot the said Peter Vallery, di
ceased. h:is made application tor final settle
ment, and that said raue is set for hearing at
mv offlc at I'Ihi tsmoulli. on the 61b. dav of
January, A. D l3, at 1 o'clock v. m., ob said
day ; at which time and place, all uersons In
terested may be present aud examine said accounts.
J. V. JOHNSON.
Plattsrhoutb, Dec 6tb, 1882 U.
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice Is hereby given that by viitue of a
Chattel mortgage dated on tbe 5th day of June
1882. and duly fll-d iu the office of the County
clerk of Casscou ity, Nebrcska on the Sth day
of June 1. and txecuted by Wm. UanJie
and John Twohey to Edward Oliver : to secui
the payment of t ie rum of (140 and upon whicb
there l now aue ine sum oi simi.uo. ueiautt
having been ma 1 in th- payment of said sum.
thcrelore t l:i sell the property therein de
scriba l. viz ; two "Kocus" barber chain. 2
mirrors. I pier glass. 1 looking glass. 1 clock, 3
Diet ires. 11 wood-bottcra chairs, 1 wsshstand.
1 ell stove, a siove, i ceuire laoio, i lamps, ij
cup caee, 4 towel racas, spmoons. . jet per
fume bottles. 2 barber.s combination brackets.
and a quantity ot towels, at public auction at
tbe door of the court House in the city
of P attsiuuutu. Cass county, Nebraska, on the
th day of January. A. D. 1833, at I o'clock.
' . . ... V .. r . k. IBM A. 1
Edwakd ouvta, .
W. 3. Wise, atty for Mortsragee. Mortgagee.
I as TS.B&o II ' s1bb .:,WJW i,.;:r-r-nr; ittj'U'.v. ttwwwi
in endless varieties. Iress flan
nels, Nhoocluh clot lis, Cashmeres,
Caincls-liair cloth, Kinhroiclered
All shades of colored
Blankets and Comforts
DES MOINESI OMAHA MKDK'ALDISI'KNSAR,
OX ACCOIIXT OK HISi
Immense Practice in Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
W1I,I. MAKK HIS Nl'X 1 VISIT O.V
AM) WILL UKJIAIN
And the largest and most com
plete stock of goods in the
city, consisting of
State of Nebraska, Cass County, . a. .
Whereas on this dar. December 4th. 1882.
Oeo. Ualn. the father oi Jesaie Hain. made and
HI -d in my office his sworn statement duly at
tested that he desired to relinquish all right to
power sjun coqiru over
4. nq au ciaiui aaa
thr custody of and
Jauie Uhau, bis WIM'T cbi)
interest ia and to bar survioe. and a(r. and
also emaie WilUaia Hggolt. and mad and ilxt
to my offlee, a statemeut uuder oath, duly at
tested, that be desired to ado4 aald Jessie
Ualn. as his own child.
I have therefore appointee rnday.uee.znB.
li. at one o'clock, p. m., at my office ia flails -mouth,
a the time and place where a heaiinc
will tie baJ In said matter, at wblcti time and
place all persona interested nay appear.
J. W. JOllNsOS,
Dee. Ttb, 18S3 38tx covnty Jndx.
Cups and &aucer$9
Wooden and Tin Toys,
Ciiina and Wax oils,
the largest line ever seen in Platts
mouth. In fact every thing
that you want for the
ffll D) 1L II. A TT s
- - -
at prices to defy competition, at
wiikui: in: can iik consi ji kd ox tiik
Bar k Eye; Tliroat & Lungs, Gatarrli, Kiflneys
Biad:er and Female Diseases as Well as AU
Chronic and Nervous Diseases.
Has discovered the g'eatest cure In tisi-world fur weakneiM of the b:irk and limbs, invol
untary uivrliarKf s, liupfii-ury, iieiit-rul i iiaiv, ik i vousiii-i-i-, l.uiKoiir. onl.isioii of ideas, palpi
tation of th-lieart, liinidit. trriiibili.jf. i!iiiiiiet ol i-itlit or Kiudiuess. (1i-am-s of llie head,
throat, nose or skin. atl-fti.ni ol the livrr. (uiik. i-f omacli or iiw.-ls-tlii"M- lernlile liotarr.
arising from solitary liauits ul youth -hui! ecr-t n artii--- iiioh- iat;u to the victim than the
soiib-i of byreuH to Hie niaiiiit-ti ot I. !...,, I.lilitin ih ir monl railirnt hojx-s or iiutlriutlous,
reudeliiiK luarnaf iuiosi-ihl-.
Those that aie iMilleiirnf Iruiii tin; :vi! lirac.i.-.-, wlil.-'.i dplroy ilieir mental and physical
The svniDtoms uf whoh are a dull" distress
iness ami s'K-ial duties, makes ua;i innni.
il :. wh oh unfit them for per,oi inin their bis-
Itiilio-.lile.illMil .rsrii th a.l Hi. tiu
UepH10U ol mi in, i-xi ' . " t-. iars, uie.iiu-,. leeliess U1K1U", llllirks, fr-
tetluliiess. ULH.it uial illscuare-, ji .m i,i t,. :A ,,,( i,i,.t hirt. lilealliiu'. in-iiutliol . tue
easily oi company and Have .el iciice !o ie aio."-. !-;: ti a tiif.l in tne nioruiiiK as wh- n re
tiring, seminal weuKueSo. lol manhood, unilj boie lt-iO:.it in the urine, lu-i VoiIkui nm, t lemhll. r
conf uiou of lliougnt. watery nmi we.i eyes, o j.ia. constipation, palenos, ian uud weak
nerl in the liuibn, e c.. snould eon-uli me imiiie.ii.tiely ami be leslored lo prrleei iieaiili
Who have become victims of l:t.uy vice, that dreaillul and destructive halilt which annually
weeps to au untimely uravv. thou-auds of yuu.i;; men i. exalted talent and liruliaiii intellect
who iniiilit otnervuse et.trAiice listening .-i;aloi s .vit.i llie I jinnlcr ot itieir euiiuci.ce or waken
to ecslocy the iivina !''. m-iy e ill wit.'i cnu!rrtaci-.
Married persons or young men c.:i:f,!i;i.it!!ii iu:iiri.:.. beuare of physical wraki.es. 1,,,
of procrralive power, i.inmleiicy or a-ty oi.i.-r i!is.Jiiaini, aii..ii speedily leiieved. lie l,o ,lnce.
himself under the cure ol lr t .srio.aii. i.ia;. reiiuusly confide in uis uo, or as a unleiiiau aud
con Hit en tly relv Uou hi- skltl as a nsnia,i. "
ORG AN A L, WEAKNESS
Immediately cured and full viiror restfurM. rii.s .ii,trcs,ii, aif. c.ion. whicii reiilers lf. ;, bur
ileu and uiairlaxe iuipossllile. is tin- -na.ty .ae.i L.y ine tieiiiu lor lm,,i.i.cr InilulireLe
Vuiii.Kmeu are apt toco.n i.lt ece-s, s li.mi iioi Ueiii aware ot ine dreadful cobseoiieiiees that
may ensue. Now wil tli it U:i J.-r-l.i .ids i ns s...j.-.;i Ueny lu tl p.oerealiou Is lost sooner
those falliuK Into Improper liahils Ihaii ty tne ;,r.i lenl. li. sules oriug dem iva o( the i.ieaa'
uresof heailliy offspiincs. the most sen. us alio UeMii.ctue sji,,i,t.,ii, ol both mind vuu boslv
arise. The system hecoiues (1it.uiji"J. tn- -sl.-u an, meut,il powers weaseu lust procrra
live powes. nervous imiathl.il. uysM-p.ia. paip.Uiiiou ol the heait. Ii!i:iiiesti.;n conMltu
tional debility. wastiiiK of tlir fraiiie.rout;li ci .suii.i.tioii atid ileatli.
A CURE WARRANTED.
Peron ruined In heaitU l uul.-.irn-1 pielutiM li i kt-epn th-m tri.'Utw tiiM.i after month
DR. FISH BE ATT,
graduated at one of Mi.-most emliicii colleges in ii.e l niieil states, lias effected son.e of the
U1U.I toiuoini B ncr. .ikiij iKiuuieu wiin ruKhi; III tlic ears anu
bead when asleep, great uervousiies. Ieii,g alarm, u at ceilaiu sounds, aim freqiieul bluslnuKV
allenaed soineiiines un w-i.fiu"" ."inu. rr iruieu iiniueuiHtei) . "
TAKE PAHTICUAK NOTICE
Dr. F. sddresses-all those who liave injured t liemselvrs by Improper liidiilieeiire and solll4
habits winch ruin Inilh iniuU and !i. uniilnn! ili. iu lor business, -mily. soe.ri) or marnf
Tiiese are some vf the sad. iiieius.cli"!)' elleets Hct iI by the earlv habits of youth. A
Weakness of the back and limbs, p; ! In the bead uud diuim-Hs of sjyht. loss of imiM-ular p.
er.. palpitation .if tne heart. upeaij"-''Vos irrilal-liity, dcraii;eiiieul oldltfes ive fuiivll
ebllity. ci.lisumpltoii. elc. . 7
PRIVA1E OFFICE, CLa? p s BLOCK, 5Tfl & WALimTy
Entrance en Fift '11 Street, Dai Moines, Iowa. . I
CONSl'LTATION I'ltKE. C harlies ni,, rate and within the reath of all who Devf
Medical treatuieul. nose wn.i reside a """' " "u a"ii can w i;i rvcieve ytv
lion throuKh Ihe mall by slniplv-endiu "r" aiiip:oins with posuige.
. ... . I ..u ul I Ws l..l.. t IU.
1 v...a iwsil for roiiv of the Medh -.i llvlsr.
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