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THURSDAY, JUNE, 13. 1872
J. A. HACMURPHY...
Official Di rectory. -
T. W. Tipton. Brownville,
P. W. Hitchcock. Ouiuha,
John Taffj. Omaha,
U. S. Senator.
U. S Senator.
Witliuni II-James, Lincoln,
WjiliHtn ll.JumM, Lincoln,
Juun Gillespie, Lincoln,
H. A. Koennr. Columbus.
Seo. 1 1 Siatc.
O. II. Roberts. Omaha, Attorney General.
J. M. McKeuiie. Lino In. Sup:, i'ub. Insiruo'n
O. P. Mason, Nebraska City,
George ti. Lake, Gmalm,
L. Crouiize, Ft. Cuihoun
II. F. Klli on.
W. L. Hobbs,
J AV. Johnson,
Supt. Pb. Instruction,
V. w. ise.
Jacob Vallo -y,
J. W- Thomas,
XT. S. GrIR, INTT.
For Vice Pkksident.
I'LITTFOBM OFTIIE nrl'1'Bi.ICABI
Philadelphia, June, Gth 1ST2.
'"The Republican party of the Unite
States assembled in National Conven
tiou hi the City of Philadelphia, on the
fifth and sixth day of June, 1S72, again
declares its faith. aproIto its his
tory, and announces its position upon
the questions bere the country. First,
during eleven years of tupremaey, it has
accepted with g.and courage the solemn
duties of the time; it has suppressed a
gigantic rebellion, emancipated four
millions of slaves, decreed equal citizen
ship of all and established universal suf
frage. Exhibiting unparalleled magnani
mity, it criminally puni.-hed no man for
political offences and it warmly welcomed
all who proved their loyalty by obeying
the laws and dealing jn.-tly with their
neighbors: it has steadily decreased with
firm hand the resultant disorders of the
great war, and iuitiated a wise policyto
waids the Indian-. The PacifcR. II. and
tiniilar vast enterprises have been gen
erously aided and successfully conducted
the public lands fuoley given to actual
tettlers, immigration protected and en
couraged, and a full acknowledgement of
naturalized citizens rights secured from
European power?, uniform national cur
rency has been provided foi; repudiation
frowned down, national credit sustained
.under most extraordinary burdens, and
new bonis negotiated at lower rate.
Revenues have been carefully collected
and honestly appliel. Despite the an
nual large reductions Horn rates of tax
ation, the public debt has been reduced,
during General Grant's Presidency, at
the rate of one hundred million dollars a
year, a great financial cri.is has teen
avoided, and peace and . plenty prevail
throughout the land. Menacing foreign
difficulties have been peacefully and hon
crably compromised, and the honor and
power of the nation kept in high respeet
throughout the world. Tins glorious
record of the past is the parties beit
pledge for the future. We believe the
people will not entrust the government
to any party or combina'nn of men com
posed, of those who chiefly have resisted
every fctep cfthis beneficial progress-
Second. Complete liberty and exact
equality in the enjoyment cfallc;v:l, pc-litic-1
and public rights should be esta-b!i.-hed
and effectually maintained
throughout the union by efficient appro
priate State and Federal legislation, nei
ther law or its administration, should
admit cf any discrimination in respect to
citizens by reason of race, creeds, eoler,
or previous condition of servitude. -
Third The recent amendments to the
national constitution should be cordially
sustained, because they are right not
mearly tolerated, because they are law
and thould be carried cut according
to their spirit, by appropriate legislation,
the enforcement of which can only be
eafely entrusted to the party that se
cured the amendments.
Fourth The national government
should seek to maintain an honorable
peace with all nations, protecting its ci
tizen3 everywhere, and sympathizing
with all DCODie who strive lor greater
Fifth Any system cf the civil service
under which subordinate positions of the
government are considered rewards for
mere party zeal, is fatally demoralizing,
and we therefore favor a reform of the
system by law which shall abolL-h the
evils of patronage, and mate honesty,
efficiency and fidelity qualifications for
public position, without practically creat
ing a life tenure of office.
Sixth We are opposed to further
grants to corporations and monopolies,
and demand that the national dominion
anart for free homes for the
Seventh The annual revenues, after
naving current debt?, should furnish
balance for the icduction of
principal and revenue, so much as may
be derived from a tax on tobacco and
linuo s or be raiseiby duties on import: -
tions, the duties of which should be so
ndinsted as to aid in securing remuuera
tive wages to the labor. r, an promoting
the industries, growth and prosperity of
the entire country.
Eighth We hold in undying honor
the soldiers and sailors whose valor saved
the union, their pensions are a sacred
deb of the nation, and the widow3 and
orphans of those who died for their
country are entitled to the care of a gen
erous and grateful people. We favor such
additional legislation as will extend the
bounty of the government to all of our
soldiers and sailors who were honorably
discharge !, and who. in time of duty,
became disabled, without regard to the
en;th of service or cause of such dis
Ninth The doctrine of Great Britain
and other European powers concerning
allegiance once a subject, always a sub
jecthaving at 'ast, through the efforts
of the Republican party, teen abandon
ed, and the Awe! i an idea of the indi
viduals right to transfer his allegiance,
having . been accepted by the European
nations; it is the duty of our govern
ment to guard with jealous care the
rights of adopted citizens against the as
sumption of unauthorized claims by their
former governments, and wc urge oon-
tinual and careful encouragement and
protection to voluntary immigration.
Tenth The franking privilege ought
to be abo!L-hedt and a way proposed for
a speedy reduction in rates of postage.
Eleventh Among questions which
press for attention, is that which concerns
the relation of capital and labor, and the
Republican party recognize the duty ol
an slnr.!n( lx;lt inn. hn rr sf'Ciirs a full I
protection and the amplest field for capi
tal aud for labor the crcatorjof capital the
largest opportunities, and a just t-hare of
the mutual profi'a of those two great'
servants of civilization.
Twelfth We hold that Congress and
the President have only fulfilled an im
portant duty in their measures for the
suppression of violent and treasonable
organizations, in certain lately rebellious
region?, and for the protection of the
ballot box, and therefore they are enti-
tied to the thanks of the Nstion.
Thirteenth Wc censure the repudia
tionofthe public debt in any form or
discuise, as a national crime, and we
witness with pride the reduction of I
the principal cn the nat'o al dolt, an 1 of
rates of interest upon the balance, and
eonfidently expect that our National cur- braska side, will bring thousands of dol
rency will be perfected by speedy resump- lars of taxable property into this State,
tion of specie payment. and keep as much more within our bor-
Fourteenth The Republican party is
mindful of its ebligationj to the loyal
women of America for their devotion to
the cause of freedom. Their admission
to wider fields of usefulness is received
with satisfaction, and the honest dernauds
of any class of citizens for additional
rights should be treated with respectful
Fifteenth Wc heartily approve of the
action of Congress in extending amnesty
to those lately in rebellion, and rejoice in
the growth of peace and fraternal feeling
throughout the land.
Sixteenth The Republican party pro
poses to respect the rights reserved by
the people to themselves as carefully as
the powers delegated by them to the
State and Territorial government. It
disapproves of the resort to unconstitu
tional laws lor the purpose or removing
the evils by the iuteiference with the
rights not surrendered by the people to
either State or National government.
Seventeenth It is the duty of the
general government to adopt such meas
ures as will tend to encourage American
commerce and ship building.
E gbteer.th We believe the modest
patriotism, the earnest purpose, sound
judgment, practical wisdom, incorrupti
ble integrity an! illustrious services of
Ulysses S. Grant, have com men led him
to the hearts of the American people,
and with him at our head we ttart today
on a new march to victory.
JOIIX A.. nndiOil.V I..
From every exchange that we pick up
we learn that John A. Horbachand oth
ers have been busily at worV on the trunk
road in Otoe and Nemaha countie?. We
are rather partial to Horbach, because
he is, like ourselve?, a John A.
Instead of clipping his doings down
there wc give him the benefit of just one
verse from our poetry looker:
j f John keeps on, as he'd begun
He'll make such a railroad King,
That I. J"hn Cluir. will surely ftare.
And Tom Scott smaller sing.
t DAILIES T
a strong weekly newspaper is
preferable to a weak daily, no one can
A well conducted weekly on which
time and labor is spent, and in which
the editor has leisure to prepare his
editorials with some thought and elabo
ration, will generally convince the think
ing portion of the community to mere
advantage than the crude, short and
witty efforts of a daily, though often
containing much pith and vim. This
is our real opinion of the matter,
S3 regards the importance and value of
daily and weekly newspapers. As an
evidence of this fact, one could point to
"Harpers' Weekly," which to day is ex
erting a wider influence than any daily
in the land, and reaching and controling,
to some extent, a class of minds never
reached by a daily paper. But we can
not all be Harpers, neither can all have
ajYtf.si. The pictorial representations,
in this day help its circulation a great
deat deal. For business purposes, and
to aid the growth, of towns, a daily is
often demanded in our western world,
before its towns are really large enough
to support one fully and profitably-
the owners at least.
Whether this is the case in Platts
mouth remains to be seen. As far as
this paper is concerned, we have been
so frequently and so urgently pressed to
start a daily, from the moment wc landed
here, that a fair trial shall be given it
we, on our part, agreeing to furnish the
brains and motive power, if you, readers,
will funrnh the food and drink for its
Somebody sends the SunLcam marked
"care Tip Top." All right, will take
care of the same and tell what it means.
The Sunbeam is published in Omaha,
by the practical printers of that burgh,
devoted to temperance, art, reform, and
a general Fraternity record of all the
good fellows and lodges tha1. we have.
Take a Sunbeam or two, and light
A1 1'KSil lOX l!
The Republicans of Plattsmouth are
invited to meet at the Court House, on
Friday evening, the . 14th.' for the pur
purpose of organizing a GRANT and
WILSON CLUB, and to take other
measures of organization for the ap
proaching campaign. Turn out, rank
IZCIIU4II FOB C1IIAXT.
BY TIP TOP.
Hur ah for Grant, in the fray to come.
The man that pulled us through ;
In a fight for life, ia a nations strife.
He saved ns well and true.
Hurrah Tor Grant! Hurrah for Chant!
He served u3 many a time.
We've jrot the cue "all Summer" too
"We'll fight it out on this line."
Hurrah 'or Grant and Wilsox too,
A team that'll win this heat, '
, For cither hoss, will da for boss,
i Together, they can't be heat,
i We publish the address of the Liberal
Republicans this week, because we
print a live news paper, and the people
may desire to know who Hgn that call,
and what we hav to fight this fall.
A large space in our paper this week
is necessarily devoted to the publication
of the Republican Platform and other
political matters, thereby curtailing our
space for news. Next week we shall be
abe to do be(ter as thcy cannot make
such a platform every week, and the
Convention has adjourned
THAT TRUNK ROAD
We call attention to an article on the
Trunk Road in another column
These river towns are interested in
this matter, and should be up and doing.
A quick and speedy outlet North and
South is imperatively demanded by the
farming and business interests of this
county. One grand trunk line up and
down the Missouri river, on the Ne-
ders that is now taken over to Iowa and
ditributed elsewhere. From Rulo to
the mouth of the Niobrara we can have
a Nebraska road of incalculable value to
the State in developing her resour
ces. Let us take time by the forelock,
aud help our t.wn men to build this road
F1KK IX O.U 1IA.
The Bee comes to us on a half sheet.
A terrible fire devastated that portion of
Omaha, on Tuesday morning li-t, which
completely demoralized Redfields's Job
Printing establishment, and turned the
Dee out of its hive.
Bedfield's material was immediately
moved into the unburned part of the
buillinj, together with lb.2 retrnants of
the Bee office, and the regular issue of
the paper (on a-half sheet) appeared on
Tuesday evening, as usual. "ltoy" says
"the Bcc is not killed, but has only scorch"
ed its stinger.'' The fire'was supposed to
be the work of an incendiary, one Ander
son, who had been discharged from the
office lately. He has been arrested.
We had not intended to say anything
more on this head, but since the article
"Weck'ies vs. Dailies" was written, ru
mors reach us that another ilatly is to
be started ir. Plattsmouth. We can only
say tint wc are serry tor r. As lar as
our own cj irre is concerned, we are only
fo!i)wiii out a plan liiJ down by our
selves tif r we a irfc here and le irr e 1 the
t-ituation'of the town. We have not
entered upen this matter for a splurge,
nor yet tor a rampant campaign uocu
tucut ; but in sober earnest, to help
build up your town and country, and be
cause wc were urged to do so by many,
and assured that a daily would be sup
ported, we promised that when our
health got better, and the office a little
better organized, it should be tried. In
good faith, and on these representa
tions, we have gone ahead, made our ar
rangemcnts, and we are not easily dis
couraged nor turned aside from a course
once fairly and calmly decided upon.
Whether the town will support two dai
lies remains to be seen ; and whether it
is for the benefit of the place to have
two newspapers to support, instead o
oie, we leave for others to decide. Thl
was the leading paper in the countj' when
we took charge of it. To us the peo
ple declared they looked for their main
8 lpport in the way of news and busina.-s.
a id from us they would expect a daily,
as soon as we could get around to it. In
no captious spirit, with no thought of
opposition to any persons or party, in
due course of business, we made our ar
rangements and have announced the
time of our first issue, and wethallffuiSI
our engagement, let tue consequences
be what they may.
Intended to-be prorposed by Mr. IIitcii-
cock to the bill (II. R. 2705) making
appropriations for sundry civil expen
ses of the Government for the fiscal
year ending June thirtieth, eighteen
hundred and seventy three, and for
other purposes, viz . Insert the follow
That the Third Auditor and the Sec
to ond Comptroller of the Treasury be, and
they are hereby, authorized and instruct
ed to audit and settle, provided they con
sider it just and equitable, the account
of the State of Nebraska for the suppress
ion of Indian hostilities in eighteen hun
dred and sixty-four, upon the vouchers
now on file in their offices : rrovided,
That said settlement shall not exceed
the whole sum appropriated by the act
otJulv twenfy-sixth, -eighteen huudred
and sixty-six for that purpose: And
liovtaed further, lhat the amount to
be paid under this act shall not exceed
ten thousand dollars
Croquet is a more ancient .game than
most people suppose. It was introduc
el into England from France in 1G30
under the name ofpele mcle, and gave
the name to the celebrated London Ay.
enue, now the Pali-Mall. It was a fa
Vorite pastime of Charles 11th and the
Duke of York.
It is reported that there are no less
than six tickets in the field for this cam-
rry i f 11
paign. lney are as io;;ows :
Straight Republican For President
Ulysses S- Grant, of Illinois; for Vice,
President, Henry Willson, of Massachus
etts Liberal Republican For President,
Horace Greeley, of New York ; for ice
President, B. Gratz Brown, of Missouri.
Labor Reform For President, David
Davis, of Illinois ; fur Vice President
Joal Parker, of New Jersey.
Temperance For President,, James
Black, of Pennsylvania; for VicePresi.
dent, John Russell, of Michigan.
Free. Love, etc. For President, Vic
toria C. Woodhull, of New York ; for
Vice President, Fredrick Douglass, of
s Auti Secret Societies For President,
Charles Francis Adams, of Massachus
etts ; for Vice President, Charles F. How
ard, of Illinois.
Marshal Hoile gave a supper in
Omaha on retiring from the U. S. Mar-sharl-ship.
Judge Dundy made a speech
and the feast of reason and flow of wit was
An accident on the U. P. near Pa
pillion was caused by thelatc rains wash
ing out a culvert.
A child was killed on the U. P. road,
the other day. The little fellow followed
his father out to work and fell aeep
on the rails.
The Congregationalist State Associa
tion located their college at Lrete. iney
bare buildings already erected, and, wc
think, a tchool in progress. They re
ceive from donations and otherwise 600
acres of land. This alone, in a few
years, will be no inconsiderable source of
income. Every foot of the land should
be kept, if possible, if it is located near
Prison Inspector Gould informs us
that there are, in Burt county, on the
bank of the Missouri river, beds, appa
rently inexhaustible, of yeilow and pink
ochre, suitable tor use in painting. 1 be
Professor ot Chemistry in Idou. college
has analyzed specimen and pronounced
them equal to the best ioreign ochres..-
Valine County l ost.
That's a fact, and we know, it.
Read This. Dr. ?IcLaughlin lost
his dog. Of course he advertised it in the
Pilot. I he next day Ins uog returned
Moral. It pays to advertise. Try it.
We advertised for that dog's mother
once, in as large a paper as the r not
and she has never appeared yet. E1
Dr. Blue of Nebraska City, wants a
market there. So do we ir Plattsniouth
Let's have it, City Council.
Dr. Miller of the Herald (Omaha
is home ajraio, telling what he know
about Greeley, the south, and editing
A Mr. Folsom, editor of the Attica
Alius vi-ited Blair and got his foot hurt
in the cars. Bftter luck, next time
Bro. Folsom. You shouldn't run
Greeley paper, though.
Lincoln wants gas Heaven's! and a
those fellows laying round loose shootin
off their mouths.
Only one Democratic pa per in Nebrak
endorses 31 r. Ureeley. World.
In the lancnarre of our new chief.
"you lie, you villain; you lie!" Every
Democratic paper in the State is out
spoken for the nomination of Greele
and brown. Omaha Herald.
Our Greenwood Letter.
June 4th, 1872
auditor herald : e had a very
heavy storm of wind in the neighbor
hood of Greenwood on the Cih inst,
have not learned the full damage yet
but the wheat bin of R. Barr, went
the board, G. House had his kitchen
torn all to pieces and Josiah Clinc'
wheat bin was upset and broken u
badly. I had my team tied to the bi
when it turned over and left the roof
lying on one of my horses. The oth
one was down, but by good luck neithe
was hurt very badly. The corn and oat
in the bin were left on the roof to
Llowrx away. Hie noor an t sides were
blown one hundred yards from the foun
dution. A school house was blown over
near the old Miller ranch and killed
boy and girl and injured another boy.
Wm. II. Thomas.
Plattsmouth, May 10, 1S72.
Those wishing tomcsteads take notice
I have just returned from the Repub'
can valley, ana having travelled over
one hundred miles iti that vallej, can
say that the best place I found was in
James county near Arrapahoe. There
are plenty of claims with wood and water
to be had. Those wihing to go to that
place will find surveyor William Colvi
at Arrapahoe, and he will show- you
plenty of good claims. To those wishing
property in the town I would say, go to
Capt. Murphy, he is the President
that town, and he will give you - a good
chance. In Franklin and Harlin ccun
ties ail tne best claims are taken up.
Go to James county, and the further up
F. H O D A P P
House ana feign ainter, 'jraminc, paper
hansring and ornamental Painting. Orders
prpniptly tilled, fchop north of Price s Black
ruuu baop. oc.a.iui.
C. HElSLL.Proprietor.IIaving reccTtflybee
repaired ana placed tn tnoroun running om
KVUMJ liuibels oi w beat wantea immediate
or which the liigUen market price will be pa
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Whereas default has been made in the pay
ment of a certain Chattlo Mortgage, dated April
th, 1871, and executed and delivered by Wm.
. Morrison to J. D, Stoddard to secure the
payment of the sum of two hundred and seven
ty-flve dollars according to the terms of a cer
tain promissory note of even date with said
Mortgage, calling for the turn of S273GOand
ue and payable on the 30 day of October 1S71
ith 10 per cent intircst per annum. That there
now due and payable on said note and mort
gage the turn of $2 75,00. That said mortgage
was duly recorded, on the 1st day of May A. D,
1371, at page 169 in Book D. of Chattel Mortga
ges in the records of Cass county, Nebraska.
ow thcrefo.e by virtue of a powr cf sale con
tained in said Chattfe Mortgage. I will en the
rst day of Juna A, D. 1S72. at the front door
of the Court Houselia Plattsmouth City, Crj
ceuntyt Nebraska, olTer for sale, at Public Auc
tion the following property described in s.-J J
mortgage, being a frame building known as W.
VI Morrisons slaughter house 16x14 feet one
tory high, and theono story sraina house about
16x14 feet, built by Geo. Fiekler and now owned
by W. F. Morrison, together iwith all the out
ouscs and appurtinanccs thereunto belonging.
said buildings being situated on the s e i of the
e M of sec 19 town 12, Range 14 in Ca.s County
Nebraska, J, 1. STODDARD.
Commissioners Sale of Real
AJOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of
JJli an order of 8ule issued out of the Dis
trict Court of Nemaha County, ia the State
of Nebraska, and to us directed as referees
an! commissioners in the case herein if er
mentioned: upon an order and decree ren
dered by tho said Cou rt in a certain action
therein pending, wherein Bryant Cobb is plain-
iff. and Martha Finley, Nancy Allison, Clark
Cobb, Williamson Cobb, Piukney Cobb, Clay
Cobb. David Cobb, Catherine King, Mr
tha Conner, Francis Cobb, Seymour Cobb,
Nancy A. Kin?, Williamson It. vV. Cjbb,
Newton C. Worley. Louisa Innian; Martha
N. McGaha. Eliza Nelson. Martha C. Kell
and John A, Irwin are pefendants, we will
offer for sale at public auction, at the door
of tho Court House in riattsmouth. Cass
county, Nebraska, on Monday, May 27th, 1372
at one o'clock in the afternoon of tint day.
the following real estate in Cass County, Ne
i. Section 15. Town. 11, Range 10, 100
acres; also, is hj s-ection l , lown li.
Range 10, 160 acres, and tho North West
quarter of Section 15 Town. 11 Range 10 100
TERMS OF SALE, One third ca.-h; one third
in one year, and one third in two yearc. Defer
red payments to be secured by mortgage on the
premises, with interest at 10 per cent per an
num, payable annually, from date of sale.
Wm. H. Hoovkr. ")
Davids n Plasters,
Rich'd V. Ik'GTTF.3. )
Thomas & Broadway. Attorneys. 8.915
This snle was adjouroed to the ICth. day of
U. g. LAND OFFICE. 1
Lincoln, Nebrafba, May 1st 1.72. J
Complaint having been entered at this OHice
by Benjamin F. Stskwcll, asainst Engeno .L.
Rccd, for abandoning his Homestead entry.
No. Jv51 dated July 7ih 1S71. upon the n w l i of
n e i section 32, towuship 11 north, ran;o 11
east, in Cass county Nebraska, with a view to
the cancellation of said parties are hereby sum
moued to appear at this office ou the 11th day
of Juno, 1S72, at 10 o'clock a. in., to respond and
furnish testimony concerning the alleged aban
donment. H. W. SOMMERLAD. Register.
GEO. P. TUCKER, Receiver.
Ordered to be published in the Plattsmouth
Herald fox three conscutiveweeks.
W. W Somxkklad. Register.
Stanley L. Noble, nonresident defen
dant, will take notice that on the 27th
day of May 1872, Lydia Noble filed her
petition in the District Court of the 2d.
.Judicial District, in and for Cass county
Nebraska, tha object and prayer of sai l
petition is to obtain a divorce of the
bonds of matrimony existing between
yourself and said plaintiff.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 15th day of Julv
By Maxwell & Chapman, her Attys
Electa G. Hasty vs Emerson II. Eaton. Order
By virtuo of an order of sale issual out of tho
Distiict Court for Cafs county Nebraska, and to
medirci ted. I will, on tho 13th day of July, A.
D. 1S72, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said
day, at the (south) front door of tho Cour
House in the city of Plattsmouth in said coun
ty, sell at public auction the fallowing real
estate, to-wit: Lota 7. 8, 9, 10. 11 and 12, in
b'oek No. six (0) in the fity of Plattsmouth,
Nebraska, and the southeast quarter Ci) section
No, twenty-four (21) in township No. twelve (12)
nerth range No. twelve (12) cast of the Gth P.
M.. and part of the northeast quarter (XA) of
section No. twenty-Sve (1:3) township No
twelve (12) north range No. twelve (12) cast of
the Cth P. M.. containing about one hundred
acres; the southwest quarter Ci) of section
fourteen (II) township twelve (12) north r..r.ge
No. twelve (12) east of the Cth P.M.; tho west
half 0-f) of the south-east quarter Oil and the
southeast quarter 0-f) of the southeast quarter
Ci) of section No, nineteen (10) township No.
twelve (12) north range No. thirteen fl3) east fnh
P. M. ; the southwest quarter (i) of the south
west quarter OA) of section No. twenty (20)
township No. twelve (12) north range No. thir
teen (13) east of tho Cth P. M.; and the south
west quarte;- (1-4) of section No. thirteen 13" in
township No. twelve (12) ncrth range No.
welvo (12) eat of the 6th P. M-. to satisfy a
judgment lejovered at the April term, A. D.
1872. of the said District Court by Electa G
Hasty, Administratrix of Charles Hasty, de
eaed, against Emerson II. Eaton.
J. W. JOHNSON,
Sheriff Cajs County Nebraska.
Fox ic Wiieeler, ruffs Atty's. 8 9 5t
Public SaleofScliocl Lands.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an
act of the Legislature of the State of Nebraska
entitled an act "To provide for the Registry of
School Lands for the control and disposition
thereof and for tho safe keeping of the funds de
rived f. om the Sale and lease of said lands"
which said act w:W approved lune 24th A. D.
13J7. And also in accordance with a subsequent
amendment to said act approved February lotn
A. D. 1S09. I will on Tuesday the 25ih day of
June next at the hour of ten o'clock. A: M, at
tho front door of the Court House in Platts
mouth City Cass County Nebraska, offer for
sale at public ouation to the highest bidder all
the remaining School Lands in said county con.
tinuing said s-ile from day to day until nil said
lands shall have been offered.
In witness whereof I have here
" f" CJ " unto set my hand and affixed the
L AjO J seal of said county at Plattsmouth
this Slh day of May A. D. 1372;
D. W. McKINNON.
May 9th w4.
NEW GOODS! New Styles!!
Is in receipt of the fines nnd best assortment
of Ca.--eimeres, Clot.." Vesting ever
brought to the city whie' I will make np in
later-t styles. Plcasecal and examine.
PUttsusouth. April JS 1S72. wom
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
IScacl. Head. ISeatl.
Pcrfncry.. Toit'ut articles, r.rushes. Ta-nts.
arru.-iii, 1'utly, Window
tJlnss, Lamps, chimney'.
cxtraretincd eoiil oil. non-e.xnlo-fcive
burning fluid, ifce. Ac, &c. Arc. go
Next door wef t of tb e Post OlTice, in the ?amo
room wiiu u lnen, boot ami shoe dealer.
f rSlr!ct!y pure v. iner and liquor? (for medi
cinal iiurpiit-Ci-J. a speciality.
Ha manufactures flavoring extracts, a fine
j.reiKiraiouofchocolaterc'.idy for use, an un
eiu ilcd baking powder and various other arti
cles.Jjlo those bddieted to the u?e of Opium,
thatloiious and destroying drug, couse or ad
dress wic and be cured hs thousands of others
have been anil are being, by a painless, perma
nam antidote. When once cured, which takes
1 ut short time, you have no desire for drug
or the antidote
"Communications for the Opium Antidote
may be ad-iresse 1 to Dr. 1. It. (Jhapmau Plsttts-
liioutli. Neb. or E. J. Chapman. M. D., Mo.
alley. Iowa. jauliU&wit
All Paper Trimmed free of
Also Dealer in
Prescriptions carefully compounded by ancx
Kemembcr the place, three doors west of the
cmWciEce; Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
j THE Symptoms o ",'iver com-
plaint are uneasiness and pain
tpain is in th
- . i t-
le shoulder, and is
"mistaken for rhcnir.at.ism.
The stomach is affected with loss of appetite
and sickness, bowels in general costive, some
times alternating with lax. The head is trou
bled; withpjiin and dull, heavy sensation, con-i"--a"ssiderable
loss of memory, ac
Pi I w r rjfeompanied with painful sensa
him I V L liktion of having left undone
I Something which ought to have
i tmt. l-,jcn done. Often complaining
of weakness, debility and low spirits. Some
times many of tho above symptoms attend the
disease, and at other times very few of them ;
but the liver is generally the organ most invol -ved.
Cure the liver with
PRK rBPATIONOP R0OT3 AND HERBS, TTABRAXr-
ed to be stric?y vegetable, and can do no in
jury to any ote.
It has len used Ly hundreds, and known for
the last thirty-five years asone of tho mest re
liable, ellicaeious and harmless preparations
ever offered to the suffering. If taken reguarly
and persistently, it is sure to cure Dp.-pcpsia.
headache, jaundice, costive-
ectiono the bind
d vsenterv. fTe. tinn
of the kidneys, fever, nervous
ness, chills diseases of the skin, impurity of the
blood, melancholy, or depression of spirits,
heartburn, colic, or pain in the bor.-i-l-', pain in
the head, fever and ague: d-npsy. I, oils, pain in
back am3, limbs, nsthina. erysipelas, t. male af
'cctions, and bilious diseases generally.
rrcparcdonlybyJ.il ZEILINA CO.
Druggists, Macon. Ga.
Send for a Circular! and Arch street.
Trice 51; by mail l.Vo Philadelphia Pa,
For Sale by j H BUTTERY,
janlwly. . riattsmouth, Neb.
THE GREAT CAUSE
HUMAN MISERY !
Juit Pulliihed, a tealed envelope. Price Ccf.
A Lecture on tho Nature, Treatment, and
F.r-dieai cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness. Involuntary Emi-wions, (Sexual De
bility, and Impediments to Marriage generally;
N errousness. Consumption. Epilepsy, and Fits,
Mental und Phisical Incapacity, resulting from
self-abuse, A-c. By Robert J. Culverwell, M
Dr. author of the 'Green Book,' A-e.
The world-renouned author, in thi3 admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves from bis own exper
ience that the awful consequence of self-abuse
may be effectually removed without medicines,
and without dangerous surgical operations, bou
gies. instruments, rings or cordials, pointing
out a mode otcure at cuce certain and effectual
by which every sufferer, no matter what his con
dition may be, may cure himself cheaply, pri
vately, and radically. This lecture will prove a
born to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal, to any addr-ss,in a plain
sealed envelope, on tho reieipt of sis cents, oi
two postage stamps. Also Dr. Culverwe 1
'marriMge guide,' price 23 cents. Address the
CHAS. J. C KLINE
127 Bowery New York. P. O- Box 4585.
Dec 22 wly .
To Advertisers. -All persons who contem
p'ate making contracts with newspapers for the
insertion of Advertisements should send to
geo. f. Lowell & 0o.
or a Circular, or inclose 25 cents for their One
hundred Page Pmphlet, containing EisU of
3,OnO Newspapers and estimates, showing the
cost of advertising, also many useful hints to ad
vertisers, and some account of the experiences
of men who are known as successful advertis
ers. This firm are proprietors ot the American
Newspaper Advertising Agency.
4 -ark &ow
and are possessed of unequalcd facilities for
securing the insertion of advertisements in all
Newspapers nd Periodicals at lowest rates.
if'fV.wi? '"-'ill, l-
"rv VVOv?' FTrsSz
Till be found at his old stand on Main St.
t i i , ... i .... i l.: ..
m II t' re ue win oo pi;niei to see uis iui
tner customers aud friends.
He has a lare and good assortment of farm
machinery such as the
ri'ho Marsh harvester, a reaper that two men
i can cut and bind ten acres per day with
One man to drive, aud the binders can work in
yandivcr, and Moline Corn Planters.
Stubble and breaking plows, iron and wooden
'jrhe Eagle and Orchard City Cultivators.
rjhe Marsh Riding Cultivator,.
ilburn Wagons, Champion Reaper i Mower
Massillon lurasher, Ac
F. J. METTEER.
Main Street, riattsmouth. Neb.
L. S. Blair, Traveling Aent.
Feb. 29 wtf.
HALL AD AY'S PATENT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE ACTING FORCE
AND FAISM PUMPS,
FEED KILLS, ETC.,
The Halladay Mill has stood the test for six
teen years, both in the United States and Eu
rope and is the only one
Generally adopted by all Principal Rail
roads ana Partners.
43- Send for catalogue and price list,-?:
A. L. STRANG.
aplS wtf Lincoln Nebraska.
Is EVioney Earned
GREAT SAVING TO CONSXMFB.S
Below will be found a partial list of the goods
offered by us at One Dollar each:
Twelve yards Brown or Bleached Shirting,
Three yards, double width. Table Damask.
Ladifs' Fine Chemise with fancy besom,
(milled or trimmed,) wtth a six tucked skirt to
Ladles' fine white eighteen Tucked Skirt,
Fine Germ n Violin, with ivory tip bow.
One doen all Linen Hankerehiefs,
One ten -quarter Honey L'ouib Quilt.
A good Watcrbury Clock. Warranted
Eight pair ladies' fine white Cotton Hose,
Two eight-blnded pearl handlo Knives.
Eight yards Black Alpaca.
One hundred picturo Velvet Photograph Al
bum. Two fine white six- tucked Fkirts.
Our J'rtutium Lint ts'tnnot be excelled to club
Splendid Twentv-key Ocrman Concertina.
Twelve yards of Calico: a good article.
One dozen Tumblers, with six goblets to match,
"nc dozen Linen Towt N. medium size.
Eish'yards Lancaster Gingham.
Set of sil ver-pla ed Tablespoons, with ix
Teaspoons to match. Plated on white metal.
Two pairladies' German Corsets; sold every
where atil per pair. Send sire.
The above articles are from 65 ti 75 per -sent,
cheaper than can be pu rehired of theretail'tradc
anywhere. fVitm um a trial order. Cat out one
or any number of the above items and return to
us with the money, and convince yourselves that
we do better tuau any Dollar House .iu this
For fnrtherinfermation scod fnr circulars and
terms to agents.
Agents Wanted Everywhere
HORT N. BRUND.WE & Co.
No. till Pine Street. Su Louis. Mo.
For Your Groceries Go Tu
Corner Third and Main Streets, PlatLmouth.
BSflle keeps on band a .hoiee and
well selected Stock of
Ae. ic. Ac.
43Al80 a good assortment of Boots Jt Shoes."6
In Connection with the Grocery is a
Bakery & ConfeUionery !
'folU k'n l5 f Coumry Produco bought and
4 P;-nrrJl-hc s'3n "EMITRE BAKERY
fflfi i 2
Don't fail Ut irfurc Jfr W'iniluv't Sooth In J
Xyrvpfor Children Tetthing.
This valuable preparation has boen nwl
with NKVKlt FAILING SUCCESS IN THuL
SANDS Ob' CASES. , . . , . . .
It not only relieves the child from pntn. hut
inviiroratfS the ftomeh and bowels, corrects
acidity, and givts tone and energy to the whole
system. It will also i stantly relievo
Orlpinj in tha Hureelt and Wind QjIcc.
We believe it tho bct and surest remedy, in
the world, in all cases of Dysentery and Dim
rhcea in children, w hether arrising from tcetU
ina c r any oilu r eauo.
Depend upon it mothers, it will nve re U
Jttlitfmut IhaUh to Yuur IiifunU.
ISo sure and call for
"Mri, lV7Wov' Stxitning ?irnj."
Having the f .c-imile of "CURTIS & PAR
KINS'' en the out.-ide wrapper. ...
Sold by Druggists throughout the world. P
To the East North and Southeast.
W " L ' f "-L ti Z,
STATIONS. mVrVm MAIL. , j
Leave Plattsmouth, 3.o0p. in. 0.1. a. in.
Arrive Bu lington SiOa-m. 9,15p.m. Ty1'
uendota 11.20 a- m. 3.KS u. in.
" Chicago(C.B.AQ.) 3.15 p.m. 7.15 a. m j
" Peoria.. " 10,00 a. m. 1.30 a. in,
" Ind'plis(I.B.t-W. 5:15 p. m. 10 30 a.m. '
" Cincinnati'" 9.50 p.m. 4.00 p. in. '
" Logansp'tvT.r.tW 5.55 p. in. 0.'20 a. m. j
"Columbus " 2.45 a. in. CWr.m. j
tt,Through Cars from Missouri River to Chi
cago. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Logansport and
Connections at those points with lines lcad
nz to the East. North and South.
This is the Bent, Shorteit, (Juickcit and Cheap
Do not be deceived, but obtain Tickets via
the Burlington nnd uissouli Kiver Railroad.
A. E. TOUZALIN, C E. PFRKINS.
GenT Ticket Agent. Gcn'l Sup'
IOWA & NEBRASKA LANDS
FOR SALE BY THE
Burlington & Mo. River It. R. Co.
MILLION'S OF ACHES
On Ten Years' Credit at Cperct. Intcrci-t
No pait of principal due for two years, and
thence only one-ninth yetr'y till paid in fu'l.
PRODUCTS will pay for land and improve
ments wabiu the limit of this generous credit.
"..Better terms were nver offered, ard not
now. anil probably m ver will be.
CI KCUfiAR.s giving f-ill particulars are sup
plied gratis; any wishing to induce otbtrs to em,
titrate wi: h thi.ni. or to form a colony, are invit
ed to ark for ail tbey want to distribute.
Apply to GEO. S. HARRIS, Land Comm'r.
For Iowa Lands, at Burlington, lown.
And for Mcbrask Lands, at Lincoln ieb.
AHookfor the Million !
! A private counselor to tho
Married or tho.-e about to mar
!rv on the nhvsioloifical myster
ies and revelations of tho sexual system, the
latest diesovcries in producing and r.re.vontinti
offspring, how to prercrve the complexion Ac.
This is an interesting work of two hundred
and twci.ty-four pages, with numeious engrav
ings, and contains valuable information for
those who are mariit d. or contemplate mar
risge. Still, it is a book that ouaht to be kept
under lock and key, and not laid carelessly
about the house.
Sent to any one (free ofpostage) foroO cents.
Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary, No. 12 N
Eighth street, St. Louis, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Before apply ing to the notorious quack who
advertise in public papers, or using any quack
remedies, peruse Dr. Butts' work no matter
what your destase is or how deplorable your
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by
mad, on tbe diseases mentioned in bin works.
Office. No. 12 N. Eighth street, between Market
"nd Chcsnut. St. Louis, ilo. doc2dwly
i-Huving taken this paper lin ohargo we
propose to refit and renew tie entire offico M
fast as possible, so that no better office caa be
found in the State. Send 'n your work.
Kspecial attention given to
Work done in Colors.
Just;ce'B Blanks, Probate and Court
Blank? always on hand.
F'o'BIank work carefully attended to.
Blanks of all kinds on hand, for sale.
Call at the ftJEW
PLAiTs.Moirrn, - Nebraska
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