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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1871)
D. S-hna?-e A Co..)
T. Crannon.3 J
Notice is hereby (tivcn, that the u n .Vrsisr.e 1
Sh'r!tl of the county of Ca--, w i'l by virtue tf an
r.ler ot S tl". issued by the clerk ot the district
court of .-aid County. and to him directed ;it or
..'Jock p. in., on the i".th day of A pi d A. !-.
Wl. at the tVtu.t i!u;,r ((' ti:e court i oa-e in
I'lattsmouth. in foi l cuunty. oiler fors.;!'; at
public auction the following a -d.- and chattel,
I wo coekh;r -tfove nnd triirrninirs. to pr:i I -I
esofiuc.!.. -. three ,io.'-ri plate-, one moat
Ui.-h. two Io.i n capo and sauccli, thrco dishes
i -How Kiiic, iw iloz.-n knive end fork', hull
!o.eu injii rjiootis. two biinps, one bushel beans
H bbtiikcis. slf.-e's. 3 pieces wt cloth. 1 was),
tub. U Tjii, t;j,.y. meat, , htrte"n nrii'v ti.-k,
he.-otolore alt.;chcl a- the J.roperty c! I".
frunnoM. on an t'ldcr of Attacumcnt issued in
f.iv.rof ). S.-h:i:i-M ,V Co.. (iiven Under UiJ'
hand this l-.-th day of April". A. I. !S71.
J. AV. JOHNSON. Sheriff
Car county Nebraska.
Maxwki.i. A Ciiapuan, Pill's Any'i.
April I'.nh. 171 1 V)
Hock Elnffs, Neb.
Spring Term Commences
Exarch Slot, 1371.
Pupi! of cithers? will receive thorough arid
-"i Miiri" in 'r;i f:..i here. Particular a'leu
l aid to Primary .f-hodar.
South Siclo Main Street,
LOCAL NEWS !
PLATTSiyiOUTjEI, GAS8 COUNTY NEBRASKA
HEATH'S FATE.W7 COAHD ?LL3.
Put lfvrn i:i ''. eour.' v in the j a -t IS inoutl.'.
nJ from 'I t( HEiC to iiVK a wtek making r.t
i'fioVn THEIR SUPfirtJOP.ITY.
ilX'i'V-NINK of tLciu were in the vxr.-t kiiiJ
? !:' n! booVs rt:ri;i-h
J free f ct to a.1
O00I I i VI'.WNU CAN EE CETAINSD
AT flE A3CNA2LE RATES
For ir::i i j 1 f irlioul-tr' .il lr'-
l-j-'-t; J.i. j'All'ERSOX.
fiflRTy-OXn of thc-m ffrre riaJc ia t'laccj
wrifrrn tne 01 I :e "i;us v
t i in ;.-iiel t- furuijh a sup
ai'y '.hiy.:J out.''
J heirvw"i rcpntjiti' Mi l (lie nnniamouf vcr-
JiLt 01 tut jK.-Ji'Ia I CI; jc Cotialy
B si u ua
llecr haa a fine suj i-!y of vcgetaL'cs
rcaJy for uarket.
A briJ'e is necde! cn Seventh street,
south of Hock street.
Th- OniaLt Tin-till a-Jvires the Ivm
iiiEr of t!ic State UuU'ersity and Capitol
LuiMii z at Lincoln. Pretty f!, ina't
Wo -die rc-lially inform".! that ?Ir.
Fox f-tin rcfa.-:ea to "withdraw l'i 'ror-
pona! olj'oction:" to hecouiin? a canJu
ilato fur tli 2 Con:-:t!iutional Courcntiun
Ilesirr scut two bsautiful haniriii lask-
At. OufCt i.J nivT in opcr.'.iion for the axiinuo-
uutionot Cu?if Lonuty. ia charge ol
Ia connection with tho
Oucng,, flu,!:, ,,,on ! Quoity It. 12
O.T. r to thv-pcfp!r of T! i;;;:ciilh, and all
I'orlicu ti .NcLinka lyiLs
jouTini or tiu: r la its,
ta mojt .?"rr.'t. nn l -i-t T-uo fo tho V,
tprii. .-'oiu'i l -.-i. ii;. apil ort(n fi, t:'l-s.
I' ir ; i.-ririi. '( tr..vt! I -i h.-kk;-!.v -hoc
tuko th .t;..n::': Kpr---. h runs tlir.ih
to V:i.i ..v.;i..u; -i 1 1 r - f Cur, ft-r-s ;iri."'
with .!.-, .-.-.t l..y ( ..-,. !:.-. P;,!i8.aa-j
k':ir utrl ..eepi:. vvii'-hri, a .pi
f. oil j r-uantr.t-'cj t' furii!..h an ataj U tujly
ji wjitr, or ine taonpy reiau-iea.
I uol.iUli vJ L!l.l.,J
f 3.-f !h t ; ;j
In 2-1 -it!.. n -. t
r.y oj ;.,. , :l ,,r ;r; ;,i,;,P r-,i,
ii i-. r ji:, o-: rui.i ! 0:1 r i: pi - i ir-t !r-cif
UT,. 'tii- :nn .r ...riipn,:.!:! of :ly VVc.T.rn Lini-.
euiuri.K tv the rn-'.-i-iiier
Sprcd, Sdfcttj a:id Co?;iforl
Rnrc-r i!w.'.jv u L:'V n. the l.O'.VF...
Se-herkeil thronph t .t, ....iut i:-i
A. I.. I'.iL.lLl.N, I... ii. 1'.;, r .. r.
Wella hero,, tuhnl jin l fitted up for thtoninj
irator all coiaplclcarid Kuuxanteed.
Gkc Dc35ar pr ; Fool
"uii k-fand w. IN $". PTtru on" c.ih ttcII. (Tn
the t-uuutry h.iiius to ij-t boai.i'.d -.vhile uii;i;
"sionsiM t i'-rtir-s ilc-irins it a iscto for
oup-tialt will bo taken for part p.iynunt. ut six
moiuus, wan iiitc:.-tat 1. per cti.t. iroiu date.
fr rties wihins wells will plo'i-f :o,:nin!noIi t
bv l..:i irifc- tin Ii -orders ;A il.e li nr'i-A'iire 'tors
fcl l'. V. AiLlvK, . ad.lr:.-.--iti w.-i t iine to
Very Rc.-i t-.-.-t fully
13. F. DiiTenb;icli3r.
! TTT ra y-J H riri tt F7i
Is a3TT pepiied rrlth
ot. so Col. Fan;as to .h
about t'-vo feet in liiam'-ter, anl Gl'cl
witb choice sslccfiona of fiowciin plants
from bis cardans.
II. A. 'Vatcraian Son have ezected
a comnioJious warehouse on the east
siile of their laciber yard, in wbicb to
sto.ro their immense ptoek of doors and
Sam- M. Chapman is preparing to
build on tho hill near Ftadeiutanri's resi
dence. The clc-ant Stallion, Dan OTop.n?!!,
wa3 on the streets to day, and he at
traetcd the attention of every horseman
in the cltj-. The universal verdict is
that he is the finest horse in this part
of the St-ite. He will bt? at the stable
of Hurtery Lazcnhy during the season.
O'Bivn has adopted tha maxim so
-I --i'.T.. -
muril ill TrtiUC Wl-C-rO CoilipeilLitiri Id
close, "n'lkk saljs at: I .'.iiall profits."
He sells co hoot.-i for tuen at $3.50.
pool l-rcaiH for boy.; ut ?1.."0; a va
riety of womfcus ihcos at $1.00; nice
i.hos.- Cor 1-abioa at 30c ; some splendid
h;j;h cut I:;te raiteri for .;2.00, and some
1 -. ' M -,i IT
nice lace gaiters as low as f i.w. lie
eells for ca-h 1 telb cheap.
The pure and faintly 3Iu:kclwait is
afn'id the itcj.ublicans would t Let bad
men to the constitutional convention if
something is not dsne to prevent it. lie
AMrm.:i iJiioit tasj r sove.
Ve are glal to know that the indom
itable 'Titz." has deteruiined to tkke
hold of the brick manufiicturin.!; iato-
re.-ts of the city, and will &et a force of
hands at work r.ext week on the old
Mcrr-is yards- Parties wanting brick
for building purposes can i:jw be ac
commodated as soon as men and money
will produce them.
n m.it' SCHOOL..
As heretofore announced, the board of
school directors have secured the services
of Mr. II. A. Austin in the pubhc rchools
of this city, and he bean teaching in
tha school room cf St. Luke's church
last Monday. Parents deirins to send
their children thould commence as noar
as practicable with the comiuenccmeiit
of the term. Mr. Austin is a teacher of
much experience, and wo doubt not ho
will ri?e great satisfaction.
WErriN-! Wati-.u. Neb., Ap'l IS, '71.
Fki kn i 1 1 A in A way : The First
Congregational Church of this jlaee will
iirdioitc their new House, of VTursli'p, on
Sundav, April 30th. Several of our
most prominent clergymen arc ex
pected to be present. Members of neigh
boring churche, and all friends of the
cause, are invited. Those coming so far
as to need to stay over the Sabbath, will
bo provided for cn reporting themselves
to Wm. II. Ashman, L. . Peet, L. F.
Heed or Reed Brothers store. Dedica
tion tServioe, at 10:30. a. ra.
100,000 FEET !
f li!tnufr-'sr.cJ h i- e?i l.ad a !.:r,
H ::;u:y f
I '.'r-i r
L.U .V. LC lii
- .'TA :n: rz rt t .
u'OiS JluO, uti: 1 i ;jhv,
c?r.i. DE-cp.irno.vs xi at all riii'.r.ij.
Llctalic 33urirJ Cases
J is afraid j: clat:.--o will be inserted in the
Constitution rc.loctin' in soias msEiicr
Or ALL SIZES.
or, s' -1 ai. I P.,
i . . i . r.
Haflcrs, SLuddings. Joists j WOuDEN COFFINS
ir.7J'i Ji a;t lu .hort r.. !i.
FeB.Jy Ma-Jo. and Co! ! Cheap f; r C.i h.
Sckl Clr.co their Intrcilucticn
THE :.:C3T EUC'CESGFL'L
POPULAR AND PERFECT
Cooking Tvla chines
ap.:: vi:i.l k.vhv. n
"O , A v w
n n .
Peirij of thp sinijlc.-t ni-'tnietion, sro easily
Bt!ij;t 1 and t;u.irai:t d Co yivo
A r.o srri. !e in ihe h..n-!:ol I ha- a t-reatrr
int'u. ?! in pi-o:i... i 1. r 1 be I '. : u : . : f :i :i I
bappi:,.-- ol i ho t.i-ii'ly i-:r..iu thiin tho Cook
Sto ... :i i,o:ii v . ,-il s p-'li'-v 'o ef il)i
VKKY i!:-T: andio harh;,: H.o Ci! A It
AK. y..ii i-.:n i--!y on ---;n'i;: tli uio.-t .-u.-ie .--!:!.
l-opu- :r :-.:.d p.; !-., L Ci.i kii:e s!n oer
CxccSsior r.iur.uidCiiaTtrj LoM
C12 :.iJ Cti Nur'.h Main Siroct,
' WT- I, UIK, MO.
A XI) Ai.L-
LIVE STCCK DEALERS LIKE
n. T- DTJKE & C0-,
(;..-. i-.tor i j It. '
f j 5"rt Afros'
w. dcaier i:i
l i i 5 i i 2 Li Aj a-j
uiion that .-eini-reli.::iou3 organisation
knov.'n as tho,;Dock & Levee Company,"
one of whom ha i; proved to be which.
There ha- boon a fire at Omaha. We
might add, in the language of the
Omaha papers in relation to the receat
fro at Lincoln. "What a sad com
inentary on the city government of
Sir Robert Poora, of Pncuuviile. is the
otily man in the democratic ranks in Cass
i i-i :vi v iiia; sec ms to tie ai le to run
thin.n' 'or that party. lie attributes
the recent failure of th Mickclwait and
Fox movement to the fa-'t that they at
tempted to r.et along without him.
He remained jf.it and the movement
LV Marshal M. P. Murphy desires a
corr? -t:on of th? ht ailment that all the
ret'iim,' ci-v i ."!! ".is are in fitvor of a
peo;.bs' C-t. We overlooked Mike
in the g.nc-ral proposition. was
ca;:gb.t iti bad comp-any, but w will d i
him the ju-;t"--.e to fry that he is a
, a:.d does not
tjii: .tjsiso city or.3r.r.!t.
Treasurer Ilobbs advertises for ai;um
bcr of missing City Orders eleven in
all, and amouuting ia the aggregate to
about tjilt'oj. It has been generally un
derstood that there is something wrong
about these orders, and it is, perhaps,
but ju.-tiee to the parties concerned end
to the public to &tate a few cf the prin
cipal facts in connection with their his
tory. About the first of March last
Mr. Ilobbs, who was City tax collector
by virtue of bis oface as County -Treas
urer, employed Mr. S. F. Coope
II E E A L D I
Field so ( is.
Flower seeds at
Jfc G R K K N WOOD'S
Successor to M.Ti n Kick.
Corner Main nnd eiith Street,
'IMIK largest nssortment and warrcuted I'resh
Sei'd Farm, near Tlilidephia Ta.
Seeds in I'ulk or in Packages. I wo'.ild oai
the espeeial attention of tho La lies to our lartro
assortment of selei t annual, biennial and per
ennial flower feeds. e havp also It. M. r erry
.V Co s tieedi. Ctiieatro eed Cos seeds. es
tei n eed Co's see.N. Cull early in order t
make pood selections, Gerniiu Ken tueky n w.V
tiia-s by the pound or bu-hel. in i r.-tr.' .1 It It
LOCAL PAPER BY
CITY BAKEKY AND
CONNECT ON All Y
r have opene 1 tn-hiv a Bakery i.nl Cf t
fei-tionary on yixth St reel, one door n o r 1 1:
of i-'i'7!rer:i! I s Jilork. n hero w are riej'arod to
furnish any aiu unt of
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes fitc.
Fancy Bakinf done far Tartirs whenever tit '
DA NY A PKO.
March laJJtwl in.
A GOOD GHANCK'
I- Oti A
GOOD BAKGAIN I
H.-ivinir completed the p'.attin ami rerordiou
ofrt'.vipi KR'rt' Additiiiii to (ho City of I'latts
tauutli, 1 nm now prepiire I to fell
in the Addition nt re.'i.onnlle mte. Terms nrf
one hnif c-iish dowti; the other half p.iy'i, j;
one year, tit teu rcr re;i. intercn per L-muoi
Voni date of pur. lin' ur.t:! paid. be securtc
by morth'-To o:i the j rooerty.
V "7 T i T r t
The :"!rst e.'u-.ion of or.e hiin lr I nnd fifty
th :i-ai:i copies ot i.-ks I il u-t rated f ''atiJoi.'U
of r-c.- l Hud Iloral tiuide. is publi.-he I and
f-i-I) t" sen I cut --I'ii! liases, nd an ihirravmst
of a iia cry de--ir;i bio r'lnwrr ;in i i ; . ' .! -.
It i- '."n.uiTiy pricti-d on f:ii' ti:it,,i pa;ir.
ii!j-:r.:- i wim thtec hnti in-l lice V.'oosi !.
Ci av '.ut - ii;i 1 l v. i-,..i u- ltd I
I he most beantif-il nnd trie !:i i-t ir.-tntive
I iio.ii i ji it- pi:1!:''.'. i. A .'Tii;-i t !i:ion
pu: :i-',e !, in nil o.iier r.si'0.:t i;ui!ar to the
.-i i : f.t-o to ail ioy csi.-tojuers f 171. as
l.ipiuly po--i!.!e. w.thout .'.j.pl.i a! :oji. Sent
i a.i ..:h. rs wn. ordir tlitia fr Tlx Cs.nts.
wh'.-!i i- t:: ha if the cost.
A : JAMirsVICK.
Jasuaiy 10th diwtf. ltcue.-ler N. '
Bepiirirg d ,ne sub t ar.'ii.'Iy nr.J wi'a cL
tiiv.- me n call before t.r liitsijig -.vhr-fo,
i o1:i-ih Str. -. r. north ot I'lattj Yailey ii.,ii-f,
a-lj-oiuii.g jlatthe-.vs A' JJ umel'y's lla rd w,.r
Plows! Plows! Plows.
Takr-s j.l'.r.snvo ;n anncuncimr to the
public that th-y hive secured the servi
ces of that Pioneer Plow Manufacturer.
C. E. FORGY,
V.'ho is ti. nv cnL- o-.-d i i their s'; ii ii:ar.i;f.io!nr
irnr a bettor ar; i. la. at lower pricis. than can be
h id troni any eastern iiiamila.-tiiry. Om rcat
advantage gained by pationi.intr this linn is
thit yon not only jri t :i bi-Uer fr,i-!e at boi:. .
l-nw. nf you .Hi- i.a'rontzirv i:-!''!K MANL'-i-AC
i L I; L. here tve:y -biiiiir of the iuo:.cy
r. oiaiiis in the st...t-. iv ichi-td.Vwlf
BAIiliES s FOLLOCKi
r.KiL rsrATZ Tavi .'tysT.-Mxcx iscvi's
COMPLEir ABSTRACT OF TIILK
To ail T.ot. a 1. 1 L-t;s-Js
Keys at h.i-v, l'l:i:-o,...utii, SC.
J. W. B-:rn. Tl:
. i -. a a ,
J. r. SHANNON'S
FFEls MALI: AM)
Phiiltm:) uth, Nebraska.
I p.m prepnr.-l to Meeotniuo-Iat. tb-" pu' ?i- with
il. r-o s. Ciirri.iires. i;..i-'ii s a:: 1 a .. 1 He;in-e
r. short no't.-e an i r-:i.-oiiiil : t- u,; -. A Hack
will run to.t fie st. .ins b.,;.; biiidiii.-, and to sti jiart
ot the city v. hen ile.-.red.
January 1. 1571 d.twtf.
r-lraii-ht out Iifix1-!
favor the mix.
The steamer Carrie Y. Kountz arrived
to-day aid di'rliargc-1 a large quantify of
freight, mostly destim 1 for Lin.oin. It
will be re-shipped via the B. k M. R. It.
Eight of tho mis .dug orders adver
tised for yester b'.y, by Treasurer IIcLbs,
hava come to light at tha present writ- j j
i:ig. The eight found n far have all i
uccn rcl J, ami nave a.i been traced to
that time City Reorder, to assist in
making up his accounts preparatory to
settlement with the City Council.
While engaged in this business, Mr.
Cooper came to Ilcbbs an I asked him
for his city orders redeemed, saying he
needed them in fixing up the settlement.
Ilobbs remarked that the orders were
not quite ready, as they were not all
cancelled. Whereupon Cooper stated to
hint that it was not his business to can-
ciil c:ty orders. I-e-mg only tax collector
and not Treasurer, and that it was the
duty of the City Recorder to cancel them.
Having had Cooper employed at various
time?, and knowing that he was well
po.'tiid on all matters connected with the
duties of the tax collector (having assist
ed 8. Puke, "during a portion of Ids
term as County Treasurer). Mr. Ilobbs
readily surrendered the orders to Cooper
amounting to about $-1,000, without
waiting to consider whether or not
! Cooper's statement was correct. Time
passed, and IIobu3 asked Cooper about
tho settlement and about tho ciders.
Cooper informed him that the ordera
had been cancelled, and that the state
ment and the orders had been placed in
tho hands of the Finance com mittee for
their examination preparatory to mak
i: g th-2 final settlement. Ilobbs asked
Cooper about the matter several times,
and was told that the- committee had not
yet reported. When the old council
were about going out of o.llce Ilobbs
ecame somewhat uneasy that his sc tlle-
! rami was not completed tte WKde
'g-caa': si ca.
,, . - i latter having been le't to Cooper, and
the same source- H e are not tniormed , , , , . ,
, , lu as.ied a member of the finance com
as to whether thy aio an won n a t re- . - . ,T . , ,
One Year - -'Three
One Month - -
"We ask the attention of the pnblie to trro
siorli oi spri 'o,,ij.s wo arc open ms. c nave
t.ikrn f rrat enre in the. selection of none but
first-class goods, and from fir-t hands, we buy in
low a s t hey can be had in t he market for i a -4i,uad
we shall sell at prices that we Knarenice will
five e;i! ire satis tact imi in nil ho may tore us a
cull, como and tee a nd y.oi will be convinced.
CLJKK. A. PLLilili-K...
Donation to Churches.
I will pivo to tho followi:-s rcliiousi deaoat
mtiuns. vir. :
To tho lUpti-t Cliurch. lot 12 in block 27 :
To t!ii Cotn-nv-atiopn Church, lot li in Mock 2V
To the 7AIeiiio.ii.-t Church, lot 1 i.i block 1J; " '
To the Catholic Church, lot r in b! L- tn-
To tho Kpisoopa! Church, bd 12 in block ltt;
To the I resbyserinn t'hurch. lot 1 in block lil.
To the t'hri.'tiau Church lot 12 in block ':
io t.iiiiieiao viiiircil on i in oimck Hi;
n my Addition to the i'ii v !' Hit i nnoiii h nnnn
the i'olltiwirijr condition.:, vir.: 1 hut thev'shul
erci-t on said lots, as ubo ve doniiied. a Huilab''
buildimr for public worship, w ith-.n tn o jear
from this date ; ard. in rase of failure on the
part ot said Chun h or Churches to comply ith
aoove cnnniiiori. n:en ami in that case tho
lot or ioi shall rcvurt to uie.
Do";.tion to Public Schools.
rt-l-y donate for the use of Publio Iisfrie.
uols. Lot !0 in l'loek (i. on the nortli side o
nin stri et, and Lot 10 in block "22. on tho jontl:
ti:ie of Main s.rect, iu my addition to tho City
I'pitlain oith C I.lil-'l.'
One Year - -Six
Months - -
3RE 1.VVITED TO CALL
ehu W. Barnes.)
. A r.-...k of li cb .-ely printed paes. ' t. ly
l.sui-1. . "i:i:nns ii I i-r of the l-.-i Aineric.-.a Ad-Tvrti-iiiix
M.-.i.ums. tiivitiK the names, cin ula-tioi.-.
.in i t :li p ir,i. ii!ais con: ertiin ( he leiid
iiijt l'.nly and cckly Political and Family
in w -p;i i i rs, toucher w iih nil those hat in lanre
circaiiii ioiiS. puh!i-l:.-l in the interest ot lleli.
tiion. Ai-'.-iiiuiiurt, Literature, l c. lit . ry
Advertiser, and every i erson who eontcmidates
beoiiiin m, h, will rind this lMM,k of Kteat
valoe. .Mailed iV,.,. to anv nddr--s otl receipt
nf 2 et-nu i. t:nt:i.i, .v t o
Pul-li-hei-s. No. 4 Park R w. New York.
1'iUsbtiri--I'a.'j LnnUr. new i.--ue of May
I th. ls.J. !: 'the firm ut'llio, I'. itowell
V Co.. w ni h i-s.ic-. this interrentiasr and v;i!u
BMe t-..ok, i? tin; largest and best advertiii:g
Agency in tiie Lnited tt-ites, and we can checr
luliy re ouimend it to the attention of those
v. ho de ue t advertise their bu.-iiie.-- ctitfiir
ttiiu and iVn.'MM-i in such a wav: that is,
. to secure the larxe.-t amount of jiublioity for
he I.ut tiieuiiture ol uioncy."
?eti-r. i : here y L-ivon 1 1- t the i:r d.-'r-i-r.e,;
nil! a!Y. r f ir Mie at iu'!!i" uttc-tion for cash
'own at tiie front door of t iie c urt hoU: e in
PI:it:--monrh. C:is loisn-v. ?; i.t-:..-ka. cu the
-"th diiv of Aprd A. 1). H71. r.t 10 o'clock a. in.
. f raid day :uu follow in.: licscribed real r.-fa'e,
to-w i:: Lot .;u'.nt,ti-i!.:ee ; :a Lie. k ii'oul cr
f fty-ti-yi n i."7i. .-ituati-I in I'l .-:! ui! Ii city.
N. br t.-k i. and lot muo'ier si"; ... in i.io. !; m::n
i.er six to , in i'hoin-son's Ad lition to tues::id
ciiy of IMaii-'nioutii, ebri-: ka. Sold as tiie
property of Pl.tite S om ler-, to sati-fv u
j.pl.'ciuer.t in favor of .1. V. ilarnc". by virf.ie
ni.d kutuority of Jf Ten n ndi red at liie
.oyembtr term A. I). 1-7 '. of the Li-trirt Court
of tiie i-.'.-ond Juiic;a! Li-:riet wiiiiin i.id tor
Casj county. Nebr.-ka. and n theloihd.iv
of November 1 - 0. (liven uudcr my hand ttlis
l'Jth day or April. A. 1. loTl.
7. V,'. JOHNSON, Sheria"
Cass county, Nebraska.
fAXWEt l i CnPiiiy, PifT?. Attys.
Aptil l'.Uh, 1S71, d Jut vj jt
The ur.der.-ii.-TH j is prepared to transfer
rreiphU betiw-ii i'laf tsuioutn an I Kast Pl ittS
Uioiuli n short notice and rcasKii.iblct-if.
Ii.ay2-'dcf. V.J. "Vi'.
as to whether thy aio an woitn a j
Some time Iat week Mr. James Pick
was appointed Foreman of tho Machine
Shops of tl-.ft B. M. R. R. in Nebras
ka, vice Michael Enran, gone to the
front with the "Nebraska." We con
gratulate Mr. Pick upon his success, he
having received the reward his industry,
integrity an! ability deserved. lie is
considered one cf the finest mechanics
in the west.
Aluicst every train from the east
brings from seventy-five to one hundred
passengers to the city. As'soon as the
B. & M. is complete..! to a connection
E X A JI I EN E S P CI M E N S .
mr.tcc about it. lie was informed that
neither statement or orders had ever
been presented to that committee, end
they had never heard a word concerning
them. Ilobbs then found Cooper, and
thiough the agency of S. Puke, Iv-q.,
all except about -t I (i3 cf the missing or
dcrs were found carefully locked up in
a Jc.-k, and were delivered up to Mr.
Ilobbs. The remaining $1Gj are the
orders advertised in another part of
tho Hksai.d. The $o0 order
redeemed from Mr. Buttery by paying
a bonus of ten per cent., is ono of tho
missing orders, and was sold to Mr. But
tery by Mr. S. F. Cooper. Mr. Buttery
with the U. P. at Kearney which will j has yet another of theso orders which he
be by the lth of November next the bought of Cooper. Mr. Povcy has two
great bulk of -toe t::rot'.L-h travel be- of them, Mr. Guthmau two of them,
tween tha Atlantic an l the i scitc win
pass through our city.
The School Board are looking up mon
ey matters to-day relative to the recent
report of the Treasurer of the ciiy.
Ton per cent, is said to be pretty good
for collections. The law allows one per
Mr. Wheelanl h;. leased the Star
Mills of Rohwer & Sieh fur the term of
five years. lie is putting in a new
boiler, machinery, and other improve
ments that will prob ihly make these
Wheclund. Look out
atiu Mr. Li'g'e two of them i. II having
been traced back to Cooper- There are
yet three orders out, the whereabouts .of
IS THE ONLY O.YE G1F1XG
COMPLETE JEWS FROM
TIIE GRE.'IT WEST
I LA I To HOI T II A N D
Now Ofiers the
BEST AD VER T1SIJYG MEDIUM
West of the
5,000 Acres of Land for Sale
in ttlis county, Also, Houses and Lots ia thit
ity, at low prices.
Particular lUten'ii a itiven to tho huyinp and
feilint; of ri al ivtst", examining titles, nnd puy
iaa: tax?;; for non-residents. S. IL' K K.
Heal LVtato Actut.
Lot for Ten Dollars,
I will sell to purlieu desirous of huiMinj; !im
iinprot ini.'. any of the lots in the suibioined
in my addition to Plattsinoul h, at. ten dollars
per lot, under the fol Ion iu i end it ions, t it:
The Person nirchusir.e will bo n-i.nirfA ri
build on the lot purchased u dc!li7ifr house o
the follow in it dm. en-ions, to-nit: The liou-t
to be not less than I424 l.-ct, wit h .-I i v not
lower than S feet. The frame must be eoo I an i
(.uh-tantiiil: house well shintrlcd; foundation
eit her of brick or f tone. There tnn-d bea kitch
en, of not less than lex It. Bniblinir inu-t bo
coniplcti d on or before January 1st, J7l. Will
Ijive a bond for a deed to tho party w ho buyn u.
soon as purcha.-o is ma le, and upon compiyina
itli the ahovo conditions, will j,-ive a jrood ur.il
isii'hcieut Warranty L'ecd.
Seleetioi.s :u:iy be p;i; to from tho a;vo:iifi:ny
LoijjSnnl S i:i blok.?: Lot 8 in block 4; l.o
II in block 12; ld !' in block IS; Lot 12 in
blo.-k 211; l,nt'J. IUilUI in block 21 : Lot H in
block "2: L"ts 2 and S in block Lots 5 and
1 1 in l... k 2 i : Loloin block 27- L-.ts 1 i :ui 1 ii
in l.ls. k 2S; Lota 4 and 7 in block kit; Lot 2 ia
riiittsninutk. Aus.Citf. Office in Coart ilon
IZZ2M:R2 MHO'S. '
V32pS.13 Water Nebraska?
Bui'ts. and tsboi--.
Hills, find C.ipK,
Acrieulluril Iniriliinents of all kinds, W'.-intr
'! X L'' t'lilt ivatoi-s. I'nioii Ciii-ii I'l.on.na
jrandetour and I'l iin-eton l lott s, u Xo .i.inC
"'", all ot n hi. n o oiler to tho publio at th
owe t ret-'il nriees.
All Goods Warranted
C' Our eoiistant aim will be to kcII fo low
will bo to the p ,-itivo advant.i'e of 't ery tr
riuthow Mernand - tral portion o 1 Casi
uiity to uiake this their hcoltn-irters for trad
It LLI. KHOiS.
il' V'-litV' YK.1B.
GGDEY5S LADY'S BOOK
D01T BODDER KOSRIsON.
FcrHcisTco Ci:sy Waiting foTiWrii
r10RRIS0NS "SHOO FLY
Cheapest of Ladies Magazines
EECAVsn IT 1.3 THE 13 EST I
It ha? always been the earo of the publisher
to combine in its iairc uhuir-vi-p iu ,iwi.i,,i -
whatever is ck vaiiuir, whatever is pure, dini"
bed, and virtuous in 1 cr.tun nt. with whatever
mayai.-ovd rational and inro. ent amusement:
cpiirtinent, in liiu-t years,
mills second to none in the State.
cess to you,
PACIPir It I LAVA Y OF Jtl.i.U'Rf
Pa-M timers l. nvinu st. Joe. via. Missouri V,,.
Icy ibioroa 1 iitl o'clock p. in. make cie.-e and
sin e con nccl ions at Kan-as ( ity wi;h this j '.'1
lar r; ii !. a.-:-i. iii at s-t. Lou;.- next w.-it.i:.a' at
jo cloeh. Ibis !- ! w a ii:--t-, ;.-. ro.i.l cve-y
r,,-ot. N'cm- iron !:.-: 1 b, en l::id: pew 01 .i:;
nun t.iii;r:i.uccii; sb t. ia.-ami .i-si-iu-.t i-.m he
have been ;.! led to ;-s t-.t;i i -.n. . P:issc,..-..r
can rely on its making its a -itcrti.-c i t:;:o-. This
!- th In--; r un - Iroia ,t.Jtph to J t, Lo-.ii--, the
soul u -ind on: '.i.i -t.
'ihi-otiv'h tb :.O.Iof.i!ou the caees of the
llis.-ouri ailtv llailro -i 1
P, T . t. C. Mi'.Oi:?:. C.er.'I S'apt
rhos. Dorwia. C. A . A. , . Jl. ille, Ci. X. A.
r.CTTSRT k LAZn.NDT, prop.?.
UVERY SALE & EXCHANGE.
The b-t of lTere nn 1 Bi:-;csoa har.J."S
Ocruer Vino acd iourlh streets. " "
K U S I C ! I : U S I C !
I aiaAcrent for the best Musical Instruments
raade. Persons wi-hins to buy l ianos. Cabinet.
Meiropohtan or Profabte Or.irans. or Melodeonn
can purchase through my Aye-icy on as liberal
terms a 4 they can from the manufacturers
Uicmielves. All iu.BUuuiU3 warranted
fP'-: J. N. AVISEv
for an advciu. -euieni
ready for use.
The oufgoit g City Council is a fair
specimen of I'emo?r;:'y. They were
j elected as Pemo'-tats. Are th'cro any
j Hop ubiicans iu Ca-'s county who wish to
j mix with this ouitii in cider to obtain
j pure men ?
Every one of th? ruiring city oCicers
arc in favor of a "people's ticket" for
members of the Constitutional Conven
tion, i hey are airaia "had men win
be elected if the Republicans choc.e
Mr. Cr. W. Merk is making valuable
improvements to his resident property
iu the 0utli part of tho city, nenr 3rd
ward ftcliool bouse, by grading, fencing
and painting. (
Persons sending communications to
the Ukrald should remember that we
invariably require to have the real name
of the author as a guarantee of good
faith. We are in receipt of a communi
cation tdgned "Spectator," which will
appear as soon as we have the real name
of the author.
The II. II. Durfec passed down the
river at 11:30 ft. w. to-dy.
have been traded df, or whether they
a:e yet in Cooper's possession, cannot
be ascertained at tho present writing.
The io0 order is yet in possession of ex-
Mayor Lazenby, he having received it of
Cooper in exchango for the order given
to Buttery for it. Wo have heard of no
exeure offered by Mr. Cooper for this
siniular proceeding, aud withhold com
ment for the present. We have given
the facts as near as we have been able to
as; ert;.iu them. Should it transpire
that we are wrong in anj' particular, avc
will take idea.-tire in making the neces
Mr. Ilobbs had a private memoran
dum of tho numbers and amounts of all
the-e orders, which was unknown to
Cooper or any other person. Whether
the production of this interesting bit of
paper had anything to do r-. ith ascertain
ing the whereabouts of th-se unsold or
ders, we leave each one to conjecture ;
it certainly had a most decided effect in
ascertaining the whereabouts of the
eight already discovered as sold by Cooper.
Tuesday evening, after dark, Ave no
ticed Main street filled with immigrant
wagons going west, they having crossed
on the ferry with its last trip. Come on,
gentlemen, we have plenty of room.
I want it distinctly understood that I
am determined to settle up all my bu-i
nessj withiu the next three weeks, as I
am going to leave for Europe the las
week m April ; and people will save cost
and trouble by coming iorward immedi
ately and settling. Wm. Stadelmann.
It is read by Farmers, Merchants Me
chanics, Contractors, Stock IValers,
Railroad Men, Business Men,
p r? rD p F-P5
Cka Lam a i u Es M u 3 B
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
And Marine Insurance
At rea-or-able r;tt-- ia t. most substantial
CoiniM'it'.s in the L uiled State.
OffiVe front room over Post O.Tice, with Mir
uett A" SHronjr.
t'i'lattsmouth, Nebraska, April uth. d.iw.
One Door Est of the CoarCHonse is the pta
to retail kinUs ot
lie has fitted up the finest Market in the Sta
mil keeps nothing out the be.-t 01
Meats. Meats delivered in uay
(Quantities on special
It:jhet Price Fii;fr
Don't Forget tha PI,
Morrison's "Shoo Fiy."
THE BEST WniTERS
In the liltera.y world have contributed. 6ii
wiil continue to lurnih iirtielcs for the yea
1H71. Such naines as Minion ll.ol,r-a l-
('bnrohil. Louis S. Dorr, Metta Victoria Victor
S. Anmo iorcsl. .Ahs. Iieiinisoii. Mrs. C,
Motikin-', r.iid others, cannot bo found on tha
Procptclus of any other magazine.
Ono-copy, one year
Two copio.c one year
Three copies, one year
Four copies, one ye ar
Five copies, one tear, and an extni
copytoliio person getting n; the
club, niakiiKr hi eopiei
Lipht co 'l.-i, one j ear. and an extra
copy t he person iret'ini? no ilm
cbib, k in lojie copin
Eleven pit s one year, an 1 ftn o?;tra
copyl person irrrinir up the club
nniki tvM.-lve conies.
HOVy I HEKIT. In rer.,;i;n. l. (..;i
PosrOn" c.UitlKKon ' bibidclphia, oj;. 1)kk f
on Phil lelpbia or New York, vwl.lc to th
uio.r o, L,. J. unify, is perierahle to blink
notes. 11 a draft r a PoH-oin -o (trdcr cannot,
bo procured, send Lnited St:ite3 or Jation il
4iLuxi'ri23 cf Hsdern Travel.'
In thepe days the ta-te of the
lic has b :eome exc-ediiiKly la-l idious. in order
to o ta n their p:ttroni:o. n K iiln-.tid line must
be ablo to i:.s-;i c t-.iiuu: i,ei d and com n.n,. !.!.
trarc poi'taiioo.J v p..--. -n,. the noecssarv .(Unli
ticationsot a.hrst c;ii-t'4iiipmi nt f coaehes and
locomotive., a sol: I raiid-bid and he.ivv iron
Pullman's l'iillace Mceiiin cars. Pullman's
dirii.tr cirs. a
d:rer- route, yoo 1 connccliona and
And dealer in all kinds of
IPciriillisre cS; Chairs
M1IK9TCEET, (third door we;t f P 0
FMGHbE 5H0PI Plattsmoutli
Itepairinfr and Varnishincr neatly den.
Z&-Funeral attended atth shortest notice.
WAYMAN & CI7KTIB
V.epnircrs of Stcr.m EnRine?, Boiler. Saw and
(ias and Stenm FittinR-s, AYroueht Iron Pipe,
Force and Tift Puuips, Mi-ara Uaugej, tJanc
Valve Governors, and all kinds cf
Brass Eng ino Fittings,
furnished on ehort notice,
STREIGHT & L.URFHY,
liamess, Sadies, Whips
BRIDLES. COLLARS. &C.
Tarticultr attention given to the manufacture
cf fine harness.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING D0E ON
I be" Uurliiiirton route is n:akir,ir nvcrv .IT,.r t
pos-ess all the:--e qaliticaiions to a hiph d :rce,
and oil .TS a route to all points east, wt-t, r..rih
i;in. ny n: an-ot iri otineetio. n tollows:
1. At n:iiha wiLli the Pacilie roads.
2. At PlalCmou'Ii with tho i! t M 1? T? ti
Nebaa.-k.-i. ' " "
A. At llamlmr?. wi'h theSf Jofeph Railroad
for ail points in Kanfaf, ic.
4. A'. D:i tiii'.va, tvttii the Des Jlcines Vatley
nd noi i h M i.rsoiiri r:ii (road.
5. At P.m-liiiKion,witli the U., C. R. A 21. R.
R., for I) avc.nj oi t. Muscaiine, fee
0. At Moninoiita. v iih ilia IC I' T K T.
and Western b'ni ui li ailroads, for St. Paul, and
(ointfl in the north, and for St- Louis and point
in tlio south.
7. At 1 'ooria. with the short. lino TtloriTnlnf-
ton route to I n iiar aiiol 1-. Cini:inn.. i. I.i.ui,villj
and all point -(..if a and east.
- ;i. At Peoria, with the'i'., P. A W. R. R.. fur
Logan-port, Cohimtiiis, ,v
o. At Melidolj.. u ii h nJl tho Tilt
li). At CillCAlit I. with all Trii'ilc l,r.r.lrlh,i
No better a H b-e can bo civen then, than t
Ta the Luilirton Route." dtf.
1 ASSAYS Xtu Vub'X.Nti 11I..N', on the
J lights of Home, and the propriety or impro
priety ot eeuinir Hiarned. with sauitary hel
for those who feci unfitted for matrimonial hap
piness. Sent free in neulud envelopes. Addre
HOWARD ASa'J'JIAli.L'N. li-jx P. Philadel-
M. inn 1 d.Vwl v.
- - Nebraska
IN. T? The Celpbrnted Vara,, Otl Tttnr.VT-
RtPtrirsdon short not.tc; au.'tl ' cou'tautly oa hand. dcdwtf
2owarI Sasiifarv Aid As
the Relief and Cure of the Krrintr and Uu
fortunate, on Principles of Christian
E?iysor.tho Errors of Youth, and th Follies
of Axe, iu relation to M,;rrtase and Social Evil'i
US Mii.itnry aid for the alhicted. Sent iree. iir
s.alcd enveK jes.- AtMrt-s liOWAKD AK'
CtATION, P.ox P. 1-hita lelpbia. I'n. may!
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