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B. A M. R. R. IN IOWA.
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Mail A Ex. 5:35 p. raj Mail A Kx. :45 a. m
Action A Fr'ght 2 p ax Ac'tion A Fr 12:.V.p in
Paci&e Expre 9:20 a in! Atlantic Lx. :M p in.
The Trnnider boat will leave the Depot to eon-
nCv WHO EiVlCru iKiuau u aius ' muiuwo
tki th t im. riven above. The lioat U run
h Chicago time which is 33 minutes faster than
OMAHA A SOUTHWESTERN.
. la aonnection with Burlington A Missouri
River Railroad in Nebraska.
Depot at foot of J ones Street.
Plattsmouth 1:20 a. ro.
do .8;2'J p. m,
Omaha.. 2:40 a. m.
do ..10:45 p. in.
Plattsmouth 11:45 p. m
do 4:' P- m
Onaaba- 10:25 a, m
do -J p m
K a ST. JOE. A C B. R. R.
Iat faoifio jcsctiox iowa.1
ooiho worth, goiho bouth.
MaRandExireea.....4:48p.in- 2 !t
i. eTp'aiTeTrge mnattamouth5 Sc
onnecUon "uth or North by leaving here
a the 12:00 in. train. .
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
C. B. A St. Joe R. R. 8oatk
C B. A St. Joe R. R. North.
B. A M. R. R. East,
B. A M. R. R- West.
Omaha by Rail
v ..i. t v . r;tv Hv Staze.
9 pm. 10.3D pa
9 p. m. 10. JO p m
9 pm. 10.30 pm
9 am. 4 pm.
9pm 10 a m
12 m. 12 m.
9 pm. 7 pm.
Office hours, from 8 a in to 7 p m.
aaadavs. 12:30 to lj P m. n ALL. P. M.
M. L. White.
M. B. Reese.
IT alter J. White. street wb.
First War.-J. Fiterld. C. H. Parmalee
SllnwHi, Ja. Buttery. J. W.eymaa.
irgan. . .:;
Tuirb- Ward. R. Cushing. R. '
U. F. EM -on.
. W. L. Hobbs.
S j W.Johnson,
. U. W. Wi?e.
J. W- Thomas.
V County Clerk.
Supt. Pub. Instruction,
-TABTi3T-On thecorner of Main and Nintti.
K Si. T J. Arnold, paftor. Residence on
-:-. k.i.Miii 10th and Utd. Serviccs
Kkith at 11 a. m.. and at 6 p
school at y j J
1 a.m.. Prayer meeting every W ed-
hbihti A w-fcervie in o8 .
r r rrVl
at 11 A. M. ma;;. p. 1
I'utnr. Corner ot L.ocusi aim nm
Cordial invitation extenuea to aw cia. i
PAL Corner Viro and Third streets
A R. Grave Servicesevery Sunday
" . in. ind 7 p. m. Sunday School
i.. Prof. d'AUemand. bupt.
KOTinnu-Cornor Locust and 8th sU
r! t? m. ii ,..;. i.nc Locust st be
tween 4th and 5th .U Services , KwlTa?!'
il a. m-and 6:30 p. m. Sabbath bchool at i.
1 1 P-.r meeting every V ednosday
0 p. m. ra-er meeiiins
- . .. .i r p.iUiA$sfiaori
i VT"""":T7-"" v:,irM:.r, .vprv Sabbath at
" Ma and Sermon at IWJO
v2,,l Benedi. lion at 3:30 P- m. Mass
at 8 a. m- every week day,
17ii9T I'KR3BTTr.RiAW North sideo
V weU of 6th Rev. W. T. Bartle
. everjs ibbath at 11 a. m. and h-.-M p.
siid?of Main st.
Ie ; service
n m . Sab'
bath achool at V.M&- m.. iuoj i 7 'j"1'"1, "
tdVnt. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
evening at 8:00 o'clock.
Methodist ErisroPAL-Wet side of Sixth
ireet. south of Main-Key. J. II. Presson
Services every Sabbath at a. m. and . p. m.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. Mass
saeetines every Monday evening and ua mediate
ly aftor clone of Sabbath morning scrvices -Sabbath
School at 2:30
Oowtao den 2-1 September bat i T c ti tcb o
OKv. Luth. llemeinds in ihrem Schclhaus
rmUt.umll UhrtJotteodienst. U?erhaupt
findet derselbe von jetrt an reeclmaessie allel4
Tage statt. Minister iter, u i'?n"
Sabbath school at 1 p m.. rroi.
w n t V Rniiir meetinirs of Platte Lodge,
1 . No 7. 1. O. n.F. every Thursdn evening at
Jdd Fellows tlall. Transient Brothers are cor
aially invited visit.
A.d'ALLEMAKP. N. O.
M. IT. Hathaway. See.
r n r Di.tt.mnnth Fr mnmRQt No. 3,
1 . Regular Convoentions the 2 and 4 Friday's
of "each month at Odd Fellows Hall cor 3d and
Transient Patriarchs conltaily invited
E. K. CUN2IISGHAM
- m-. o, iTTaunrTn I.nnr. No. 6 A. F-
il A A. M. Regular meetings at their hall
t w R and thiri1
(xonth. Transient Dretnern iothcu iu .iw
R. It. LIVINGSTON. W. M.
A. d'AtLiMAMD. Sec
Macot Lodos No. 22 A. F. A A. M. Regulai
meetings at Macoy Hall. firt and third
Fri lay. J. . W laE. W. M.
J.. M. BaARDSLtT. Sec.
kTaBHASKA CHArTlta No. 3 R. A. M. Regular
aunvocations second and fourth Tuesday
ling, of eac month to'olock &. p
M Nbwmak. Seo.
i n n.T nnvi Rniwrn.No.2 TI E Eliison
. w f T C. W. Kine. W See. T. W Shry-
wk Lodge Deputy. Mevts at Clark t Plummer's
hU svary Tuesday evening. Traveling Templars
TrBSvrRKi. The Turner Society
Turners Hall in liuthman Block,
n,l Thin! Wrlnidv of each Month.
Gas. Reinha-kle: Firnt
'urimri Wm. Messier: Semml Tvrnwart
Ueo. Karger: Warden John Erhart.
T A utiitisim All rersons who contain
plate making contracts with newspapers for the
nsertion of Advert isetuentsehouldsend to
jjeo. . owell 0o.
for a Circulaf."or incloe25 cents for thet One
K.,n.lr.l Iie Pamt.hlet. containing Lints of
3,flu) Newspapers and estimates. Fhowing the
ea nf advert isinar. also many useful hints to ad
vertiser, and some ao-0unt of the experiences
of men who are known as suocessfal advertis
ers. This firm are proprietors ot tne American
Newspaper Advertising Agency.
4 ark &ow Y-
and ire nnw.wpil of uneonaled facilities for
eceuring the insertion of advertisements in all
i sweaters and Periodicals at lewest rats.
Omaha Marble Works.
M. J, FEENAN,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
1TAI.IAVA MF.Rlt'AW M It Ft I.E.
Jiojnt. in,- iieaiiovi:s
Iflaulles & Furniture
For ppecimen or worsmansbip refer
to Smith's and allcry's monu
ments in Plattsmouth Cem
e t a r y
The patronage of Oase County is respectfully
LOCAL ADVERTIaiiMEjiXS .
Transient 25 cents aline. Regufar adver-
Isers 10 cents per line. No advertisement in
sorted less than 25 cents.
Legal advertisement! will be charged to the
parties banding them in.
As our space is limited, all communications
must be brief and to the point, with no waste of
The thermometer stood at 25 degrees
below zero, on Tuesday morning.
The funeral of Misa Louise Vallery
was very largely attended, and numerous
friend j of the family were unable to ob
tain entrance to the church, even, the
crowd was ao great.
When can the Legislature best be
compared to the Ship of Stato. When
they're in a committee of the whole(d).
Boone, the barber, has re-fitted his
place, and engaged more tonsorial force
It is a No 1 shaving shop, now, and all
a. J r 11 J
can be accouimoaatea. tau ana eee
LCCATI01I 0? TIIS STATS PAIS.
After a long fight and a strong fight
the State Fair is to be held at Lincoln,
for 1873. "Omaha gives in gracefully,
sayg "Bub" of the Republican.
Last winter a year, when one of "R-
By's" famous bills was up in the House,
and it had been gee-hawed about for a
week or 60 one Quimby arose to a point
of order. "State your point," 6ays the
speaker. I only want to know at what
stage of the game we are to vote -on
this bill. I don't seo any symptoms of
its ever coming to that."
r. H. WHITE,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Grain, Fruit and Produce. Fresh iish
and Oysters received twice a week.
Cash paid for Hides 1 43t5
The cold weather has frozen all "the
local" up, and wer e "little short on
this page to-day.
W. G. Leming sends us ten ears of
.1. mil. -P If--
corn, planted on me 10m 01 iuay, uu
botton land, and will yield with good
care 100 bushels to the acre. Mr. Lem
ing thinks his ten ears will take the pre
mium in Sup't Noteware s list, and we
forward the same for trial.
N&xt Sunday evening, in the Episco
pal Church, at 7 o'clock.
Subject : What becomes of tiie
SOCL BETWEEN D EAT II AND TIIE
Text : The beggar died, and teas
carried by an gels into Abraham's bosom.
St. Luke XVI. 22.
Miss Lelia Simpson has been obliged
to give up her classes in music, and her
f udies, in Nebraska City, on account
of disease of the eyes, and has returned
to 1'lattHmouth. We are very glad to
welcome her back again, but sympathize
in the affliction which has befallen her
and hope that it may be only temporary.
Remember Frank White, the roccr,
one of the best fallows and the best gro
cers in the world. Call and buy your
potatoes and things of White. 44tf
Otz, the Veterinary Surgaon, has re
moved to the little brick, north side of
Maiu street, west cf the Court House.
Remember this. 44lf.
Yesterday we were hhown, by Major
D. II. Wheeler, Secretary of the .Sen
ate, a beautiful Masonic jewel presented
him by the Grand Chapter of Nebraska.
It is the "jewel" of a Past Grand High
Priest, and embraces all the symbols of
the degrees up to' tho 32. Tho lower
part consists of the three triangles of
the Council, held in place by the High
Priest's breast-plate, containing the
twelve precious stones. Next above is
the second part, consisting of the
Knight Templar's cross, in the centre of
which is tho keystone of the Chapter,
surmounted by the square and compass.
Th upper part consists of the eagle and
other symbols of the 32. The three
parts are connected with hinges,
the back of the centre piece is a plate
with the followine inscription : "Pre
sented by the Grand Chapter of Ne
braska to Past Grand High Priest D.
II. Wheeler." Major Wheeler is one
of the earnest workers for Free Masonry,
and has done as much if not more than
any one else to build up and establish
the cause io Nebraska. We congratu
late him on this deserved compliment.
,Cocnctt Chamber, December 27, 1872.
Council met pursuant o call of Mayor.
Present M. L. White, Mayor ; R. C.
Cushings R. Viiab. J. H. Buttery,
John Wayman and C. II. Parmele.
Counciimen, and M. H. Reese Clerk,
The Mayor submitted the call and ob
jects of the meeting in writing, a9 fol
Council Chamber, Dec. 27, 1872.
To the Council ruen, Marshal and. Clerk
of the City of Plattsmouth :
Gentlemen: You will take notica
that a special meeting of the City Coun
cil is hereby called to meet at the Coun
cil Chamber, at 7 o'clock r. m., on the
27th day of December, 1S72. The ob
ject of said meeting shall be to make an
appropriation to make a payment on th
contract for building School House, and
to provide for the payment of interest
due John Fitzgerald for money borrowed
by the city for avenue purposes.
M. L. White, Mayor
Radfug of minutes dispentBi with
Ordered that II. B. Dexter be allowed
$C00 on account cf School House con
Ordered that John Fitzgerald be al
lowed $64.25 interest on $1500 borrowed
by the city for avenue purposes.
M. L. WHITE, Mayor.
M. B. Reese, CleTk.
Proceedings cf the A3Jeurnei Session of the
iaucauonai A3Sociav.cn 01 bass uo.
heldatEcck Bluffs, January
........ a KVk-.
Kock Bluffs, Neb., Jan. 24, 1873,
Pursuant to adjournment the EJuca
tional Association of Cass County met at
the Kock Bluff's school house to-day
January 24th, 1873. , J he temporary
President, Prof. L W. Peet, being ab
sent, Mr. J. F. Doud temporary Vica
President was called to the chair. B
S. Ramsey stated that Mr. A. J. Graves,
temporary Secretary was laboring under
a severe indisposition and desired to be
relieved of the duties of Secretary. Prof.
Patterson moved that Mr. Graves be le-
lieved and that B. S. Ramsey act as
temporary Secretary ; motion prevailed.
Prof. Wise stated that the present meet
ing of the Association was merely an ad
journed session, or a continuation of the
session begun at Eight Mile Grove; Dec
27th, and that the object was to com
plete unfinished business. As a number
of teachers and friends of education
were unavoidably absent, and would be
present on Saturday, it was moved by
Prof. Patterson that the Association ad
journ to meet on oaturaay, January
25th, at 10 o'clock A. M. ; motion pre
vailed. Saturday, January 25th.
Association met and was called to or.
der by Mr. Cory, temporary Vice Presi
dent. Prof. Wise addressed the Associ-
tion on the difEculties of organizing
Educational Association and Teachers'
Institute, and in order to test the sense
of the meeting. Moved that .the Asso
ciation adjourn to meet on the last Fri
day of March, at which time it was
hoped that there would be a full attend
ance of the teachers and friends of edu
cation in the County. B. S. Ramsey
said that in order to bring the question
of adjourning the temporary organization
before the Association he would second
the motion to adjourn.
Messrs. Cory, Mereness, Patterson
and Ramsey discussed tho motien to ad
, i . . , .
journ, ana on a nnai vote ine motion
was lost. Prof. Patterson then moved a
recess until 2 o'clock P. m. ; motion was
Association met and was called to or
der by Mr. Cory Acting President. Mr.
8. Peake moved to proceed to the
election of a permanent President ; mo
tion prevailed. Prof! Patterson nomina
ted Mr. Isaac Cory for permanent
President. Mr. Cory said that he did
not claim to be a resident of Cass Coun
ty, and did not expect to be a teacher in
the'County longer than the close of his
present term of school ; he would there
fore thank the gentlemen for the proffer
ed honor and asked to be excused.
At the suggestion of Prof. Wise
the Secretary read the Constitution.
Mr. A. S. Peake nominated Mr. Sumny
for the office of permanent President.
The chair appointed Messrs. Meriness
and Ramsey tellers. B. S. Ramsey
movod that ail who cast votes at this
election b declared members of this As
sociaton ; motion was carried. Mr.
Sumny having received a majority of
all the votes cast
'resident, ine Association then pro-
a mi a . .
eoeded te tlio election ofViea Pr?n5dfnta,
which resulted in the choice of the fol
lowing name 1 gentlemen: L. W. Pat
terson, 1st Vice President ; W. A. Fol-
den, 2nd Vice President ; S. F. Smith,
3rd Vice President.
Prof., Wise nominated B. S. Ramsey,
for the . office of permanent Secretary,
who having received a majority of all
the votes cast was declared elected.
Prof. Patterson nominated Miss Bella,
Ramsey . for the office of permauent
Treasurer. Prof. Wise moved that the
Secretary be instructed to cast the vote
of the Association for the nominee ; mo
tion prevailed, By the Secretary ;
4,Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen:
in obedience to your instructions I here
by cast a uuanimous vote for your nom
inee for Treasurer."
Prof. Wiae nominated B, S. Ramsey
and Miss Gertie Johnson for members
of Editorial Committee. Mr. Cory nom
inated Mr. E. Kirkpatrick for member
of Editorial Committee. On motion
tho President was in3trueted to cast the
vote of the Association. By the Presi
dent: "Ladies and uentlemen : In
obedience to your instructions I hereby
cast a uuanimous vote for B. S. Ramsey,
Miss Gertie Johnson and E. A- Kirk
patrick." Prof. Wise, Prof. Patterson,
and Mr. Wiles were nominated for
members of the Executive Committee.
On motion the Secretary was instructed
to cast the vote of the Association. By
the Secretary : i4Mr. President : In
compliance with instructions I hereby
cast a unanimous vote for the nominees
of this Association.
Prof. Patterson submitted the follow
ing, and moved its incorporation in Ar
ticle 8th of the Constitution after the
word "President" in said article ; "Pro
vided. that the Secretary shall have
power to appoint an Assistant Secretary
who shall be empoweied to perform any
of the duties which pertain to said of
fice." The motion, to amend said Ar
ticle was unanimously carried. On mo
tion the Association adjourned to meet
on Friday, March 2Sth, 1873, atlheMt.
Pleasant school house, at 10 o'clock .of
said day. . Isaac Cory,
B. S. Ramsey, President.
J. Klepser, of Weeping Water called
on the Herald last weak and left us a
years Sub. Thanks.
Robert Metteer, of Plattsmouth, walk
ed to the scratch and made us happy
Thos Wiles did likewise. It's cold
weather and funds come good, boys
bring 'em along.
I From the Statesman.
MAJOR D. H. WHEELER
of Cass County, the very able and effi
cient Secretary of the 8enate, is
the right man in the right place. His
executive ability is too well known in this
State to need any words of praise from
us, but as it is our b ashless to praise
or censure as the person in font tn&y
demind. we cannot omi lit he.-e. TLe
journals of this body are models of coi
'rectnessahd Ibe business of the Senate
is never hindered or. delayed by any in
efficiency on the part of its historian.
We'do not desire to say too mjch, we
could not very well say less than we
have : he who "peeps" is satisfied, and
others must be.
The Science of Health for February
is an excellent nuinber containing Pop
ular Phisiology, with illustrations ; The
Scientific Era in Medical Systems;
What a Bachelor thinks of Babies;
Dress of Children ; Seasonable Dishes ;
Christian Agriculture ; What to do with
Old Tin Cans: Business Women of
Washington ; Matrimonial Incompati
bility i A Test of Vegetarianism ; An
800 Miles' Walk by a Man 60 years old ;
How to Cure without Medicine ; Causes
of Sudden Deaths; Health of Lawyers;
Cold Feet. Cause and Cure ; The Hu
man Hair, its Right Treatment; Hy-
genic Associations; Answers to Ques
tions on Health Topics. The informa
tion here given must be worth many
times the cost, which is only 20 cents.
Subscription price, $2 a year, and a fine
Chromo given to each new subscriber
ho adds 30 cents for mailing and
mounting. Address S. R. Wells, Pub-
ishon 389 Broadway, N. Y.
XTew Liquor Store.
M. C. McGuire has opened a new
Wholesale Liquor, Cigar and Tobacco,
Store, on Main street, next door to the
Herald Office. Sample room in the
Vivian's is the place to buy your gro
ceries and provisions. 20tf
Coal stoves, fer soft coal, of all sizas
and kinds and prices to suit, at
G6dtf25wtf E. T. Duke & co.'s
Mickelwaite & Co. desire to inform
the public that they have on hand and
shall continue to keep through the win
ter, hard coal, which they will sell at
ow market rates. 104tf.
D. Schnasse & Co. New stock of
goods, cheap and good. Will not be un
dersold. - "Odtf
For your cheap and good boots and
shoes go to the shoe store next door to
Postoffice. I will not be undersold.
At Merges' new etore next door to
ostoffice. Call and examine my stock
of boots and shoes, before you buy else
where. I charge nothing for showing
them. ' 38wtf
School Books, at publishers prices, at
3Stf P. O. Book Store.
County and City orders bought at the
Elephant Store at the highest figures.
42tf ' -
Best Fine cut and cigars at
3Stf . P. O. Book Store.
Tiie Senate Wm. Edgerton Pro
nrietor. co.9y, warm and comfortable,
drop m and see us. Liquors an., e.gars ,
warranted pure and good
Nov. 13. d&wtf
CORN.! CORN ! CORN!!
"Wanted Corn on Subscrip-
tion at tins ollicc immedi
If you want to get a .fine ,aod good
fitting pair of boots or shoes made, call
at the shoe store next door to the Post-
office. I warrant satisfaction, Repair
ing done neatly and with dispatch.
33wtf Pi-TER Merges.
Remember Otz's, Veterinary office is
now on north side Main street, in the
little brick building west of the Court
It Aim COAL.; HARD COAL! II A KM
At Mickelwaite's yard corner Sixth
and Main streets. Good Anthracite
Coal on hand all the tim. 104tf
GZNEBAL AGENCY OF HOWE'S SSWXS3
At Plattsmouth, Nebraska : F. P. Todd,
General Agent. Canvassing agents want
ed. Office at Solomon & Nathan's, Main
Gaoda not sold at less than cost. N
goods given away, but good goods at the
lowest prices for cash, at
lltf. Clark & Plcmmers.
PATEONS OP ETJSBANDSY.
' The Cass County Central Association
of Granges will meet at Weeping Water,
on Friday, February 14th, 1873, atone
o'clock p. M. . All Granges are request
ed to be present with their representa
tives, and as many others of the order
1" 11 - J A- I -
as can come, are coraiany invueu to ue
present. All Granges wishing to be
come members of this Association can
do so bv beins present at the above
meeting, or applying to the Secretary of
J. C. Cumins, Sec'y.
Plattsmouth, Jan. 1G, 1873. 4312.
B?S. N. B. "xsi&
We have bought the entire right and
interest in the whole subscription list of
the Weekly Herald, from II. D.
Hathaway, and as fast as our friends can
square up the old accounts we shall be
pleased to have them as wo want ojd
books settled. tf
For Sale or Bent.
A pood story and half house, contain
ing 9 living rooms together with' pantry,
bath room aud closets, also, a' good barn
and two lots with house. Will sell for
part other property. For particulars in
quire at the Herald office, or of the
39-tf . C. W. LYMAN.'
Business room for rent one of the best
stands in the city enquire of.
D. II. Wheeler & Co.
; Large and well assorted "stock of gen
eral merchandise at Clark & Plummers.
Try us. 2Sdtf"
At Clark & Pluuiuier's everything a
farmer needs can be found. " Call ' and
see our stock. HSdtf.
Go to Vivian's for groceries and pro
Emporia Red' Ribbon Stove at E. T.
Duke & Co.'s. Plattsmouth, Neb. Cal
and examine. 28dtf.
Clark & PluinmerDry Goods, Grocer
iea and a General assortment. We set
cheap and buy often. 28dtf
See advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dis
nensarv. headed Book for the Million
Marriaire Guide in another columrt. It
should be read by all..' decldiwly.
E. T. Duke & Co. have just received a
large lot of Heating Stoves or all kinds,
suitable for parlor, offices, stores, hotels,'
or any place. Call and see them.
Evening Star, wood burner, and from
50 to 75 varieties. of heating stoves.
Call axd pee us; E. T. Duke & Co.
For new, cheap goods, call on D.
Schnasse & Co. Mr. S havimr just re
turned from the east is prepared to fur
nish goods at eastern prices. 70dtf
THE LAST CALL.
All persons indebted to me, by note or
account, are requested to call and settle
before the first of January, 1873, or I
shall put them in tho hands of a proper
officer for colloction.
37tf Wm. Stadelmann.
Is hereby given to all concerned in the
Wm. Young burying ground to meet at
tho house of Wm. Young on. the first
Satarday in February, at one o'clock,
for the purpose of arranging the business
affairs of the same.
By order of the school board of school
district No. 6.
L. W. Patterson,
"Rv virtue of an Order of Sale, issued
bv the Clerk of the District Court within
and for Cass County, Nebraska, and to
me directed, wherein Maxwell and Chap
man are PJaintins and J. b. fllcneuson
and Isabella McNeilsen are defendants.
will on Monday the 24th day Oftebru-
ary, A. D. 1873, at One o'clock P. M.,
of said day at the front door of the
Court House, in the city of Plattsmouth
In said county, sell at auction the follow
ing real estate . as the property ot the
said Defendants, to-wit:
The Northwest Quarter (t), of the
Northwest Quarter (J), of section No.
Twenty-seven (27), in township No.
Twelve (12), North of Range No. Twelve
(12), East of the Sixth P. M. situated
in Cass Countv. Nebraska, to satisfy a
judgement rendered at the Adjourned
September Term of said Court, A. D.
1872, and on the 13th day of December,
A. D. 1872.
Given under my band this 22nd day"
of January, A. D. 1S73.
J. V. JOHNSON.
Sheriff, Casa Co., Neb
AM M Chapman, Fi'ffs
Notice to parclinwers of B. A 31. K. R
Office of Land Pspartvbst,
B. A M. it. it. it. Co.. IX KB,
Lincoln. Neb., Deo. 20th, T2.
Having received patents from the U.
S. Government for our land?, we are
prepared to issue contracts to parties
holding pre-emption certificates for a
portion of the same
Persons holding such certificates num
bered between 1 and 300, issued between
the 1st day of April and the 1st day of
July, 1870, are hereby notified to ex
change their pre-emption certificates for
regular contracts, at mis omce, wuura
sixty days from this date, as provided in
Geo. S. Harris,
Land Com., B. & M. R. R. R. Co., in
Sheriff 'a Sale.
Bv virtue of an order of Sale, issued"
by the Clerk of the District Court with
in and tor Cass county, iNeb., and to me
directed, whrem James Uodger is
Plaintiff. and Henry Mcbhane
and Ellen McShane. are Defend
ants. I will on Monday the 24th
dav of Februarv. A.' D. 1873, at 11
o'clock a. m.. of said day at the front
door of the Court House, in the City of
Plattsmouth, in said count, sell at auc
tion the followine real estate as the pro-
nertv of the Defendants, to-wit : LiOt
No. One (1), in Block No. One Htv.dred
and Thirty-four (134), in the City of
Plattsmouth, Cass county, iNepraskaand
ecorded patof said eity, to satisfy a de-
ore?, pandered at the Adiourned Septem
ber term. A. D. 1872, ot said Court and
on the 17th day of December, A. V,
Given under ray hand this 22nd day
of January, A. D. 1 8 j 3.
J. W. JOHNSON.
Sheriff, Cass Co., Neb.
Sam. M. Chapman, Pl'ffs Att'y. 43
TV OTICE is hereby given that appli
cation has been made to me for the
adontion bv B. Siebold. of Elmer, El!s
worth Ureen, a minor child, son ot Jiien
Gre-'n, and that a hearing of said mat
ter will be had before me at 1 o clock p,
m., on the th day ot i ebruary, A. V
month. Cass countv. Nebraska where
lrSsJ. dl LU V UlAltJO IU ViLJ v vi c:
all parties interested may attend and
they snail be ueara.
II. E. Ellison,
Plattsmouth, Jan. 13th, A. D. 1873.
m vautage that locality, enterprise, capital,!
iuwiiicuic van cv-iiu U1U.-1 uu HJatlc IliCI
most of if we do not wih to pee our natl
ural pnue lowered by be in cr dutanced bv
Chicago in a race in which every energy
is bintiuea to ine utmost ; and it is non
enough that we should maiotainour sun
remacy, it is abolute!y necessary thatall
tne wori j stiould be accustomed to nek
nowledeit, and that co partial comnari
son should incline to our disfavor. The
returns of the yearly business which are.
published with eajh new year are the
greatest aJverti.ement, the most con
viucing argument that can be given to
the outside woild, and in thee. as they
have heretofore been published", St.
Louis is at a disadvantage. The three
great staples of grain, lumber and live
stock are the leading features of these
returns, those on which information is
fullest and by which the readiest juds
mept is formed, and in these three staples
Chicago maintains the easy lead of nast
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.Xo Family can Afford to
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IT GIVES MORE GOOD AND ATTRACTIVE
READING MATTER FOR THE MONEY
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It Contain Tnonfftrul Articles by o
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a hiMt wph.pl .
It has Nertal Stories by Oar Best Hot
It basnuort Stories In Each Unmoor
The new deparfment of SCIENTIFIC
Miscellany appears in each
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"First of all in attractions we place. "The
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Will sustains its reputation tor vigorous ana
racy writing. IV. Y. lrttiune.
The ttalaxy is a ways more a magazine
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"A mode! neriodioal: a credit to American
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"There is not a dull page between its covers."
The variety or it" contents, tneirgonu worm.
their brilliance, and their great interest, make
up a general character ot great excellence lor
every number. t'on Boston.
Always ably edited, ana rcinarkahio lor tne
good judgement displayed! in the selection of
current topics for discussion. In this way it
finite eclipses the more conservative periodic
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We are inclined to believe that more down
right good literature is crowded between the
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can magazine can boast of." Chicafio Time.
bheldon & Company nave openea a mine or
iterest in their magazine. 'The Galaxy.' by
drawing to it the communications of prominent
public men upon questions of general inter
est." Age, Philadelphia.
"The retorted increase in the circulation of
The Galaxy' is h rdly to be wondered at, for it
is certainly the best of Americas magasines.
jjrpret,liattxlO, Si. .
Ihe Galaxy is one of the fullest, and, ta
ken altogether, richest, of the many monthlies
which have eiven such an enviable name to
our-American magazine literature." Sunday
School Timet, Philadelphia, Pa.
XOW IS THE TIME TO
price ss era tEit jicjiBEri.
SuB3carpTios Pbics. i 00 pof year. '
ThK Galaxt will be tent for the yeae 1873 with
any one of the following Periodicals at the price
named- With "Harper's Weekly." or "Harper's
Bazar." or "Appleton's Journal,'' 87 the rsgn
lar price is 83. With "Every Saturday, SS,- reg
utar arice $0. With "Our Young Folks." $j 50
regular price S. With "LiteU't Living Age,'
810 regular price 12. Addrtt
SHELDON &, Co.
977, Broadway, N. Y.
The Lincoln R o d t e.
Atcliisov 5l ISeltraalca
St. Joseph, Ticcmskh, Topika. Pawnsi Citt,
LK A VIM WORTH, CaWBKC, PaLLS
Citt. Whit1 Cloud, DoniphoiJ,
Cincinnati. Indiakapolis. Comjmbus. Looia-
tilli. Nashville, Mimpsis. Chat
tanooga, Mobili. Atlanta.
And all the Points in the
Southwest, South and South-
e a s t.
The Plattsmouth People
By taking the express train at Lineoln on the
Atchison Nebraska 11, R.
Upon their arrival at Atchison, Kansas, the
GREAT RAILROAD CENTER OF THE
Can obtain without delay or inoonvenience the
Sleeping Car accommodatioss and will
Early next morning, being a much
SHORTER St CHEAPER
Route than that via. Pacific Junction.
Track and Road bed are in ex
cellent condition .' TEe pas
are of the best.
NO EXPENSE NOR PAINS
Uave been spared to make the traveller com
LayO ver Checks
Will be given by the. conductor to those
wishing to stop on at any or tne
many places of interest on the
AAchison and Nebraska
Without incurring any ADDITION
AL EXPENSE. Thus affording Trat-
blkbs unsurpassed facilities for visiting the
PARADISE of all GARDENS
" The Great Nema
TV7 R- WHITE,
General Pass Agent,
ttwtf -Atchison, Kansas.
IT. n "O '
B S3 O
- p T3
m o n
O O B
Has on hand; one of
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SPRING AND SUMMER,
invite every bod? in want of anything- in my lice to oall at my atore.1
South Hide Main, IZctwcen 2d 4k3l Jvtvectn.
And eonvince themselves of the fact- I havo as a speciality in my Retail Department a Ve'eel
stock of Fine Clothing for Men and Boys; to which we invite those who want Moods.
A7"IaIio keep on hand a large and well seleoted
FALL- AND WINTER GOODS,
DOWN GO THE
d. Schnasse & c o.'s
NEW yoke: STOJEIJI)
South West Corner of Main Street Plattsmouth', Nebraska,
; - ...... ....
AIVD SO TIIE PEOPLE
BROWN SHEETING, ......
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON YARNS, BOOTS AND SHOES
In tho Grocery line wo keep tlio Finest and Best
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR. MOLASSES, DRIED FRUITS, of every Dir8crptirti.
All the Varieties of Spices, in fact for all Your
HATS AND CAPS,
D SCErJASSE CO.'S
NEW DRUG STORE,
WEEPING WATER, NEB.
T. Ii POTTER,
DEALER in Drugs, Medioj-nes. rainis, yns
Varnish, Perfumery. Stationary, INotioru;
eigars ana looacco
By virtue of an execution, issucu ty
the Clerk of the District Court, .
within and for Cass county, Nebraska,
and to me directed, wherein T. 15. Gor
don is plaintiff and A. H. Townsend is
defendant, I will, on the 10th day of
February, A. V. 1H73, at one o ciock r.
M.t 01 saia aay, at me irum uuui ui i
f!onrt House, in Plattsmouth, in said
county, sell at auction the following real
estate, as the property ot saia aeiena
ant, to-wit : . The undivided three and
one-third (3) seres in the west half ()
of the south east quarter ( J) and the east
half () of the south-west quarter (J)
of section No. nineteen (19) in township
No. twelve (12) range No. fourteen (14)
east of the sixth principal meridian, situ
ated jn Cass county, Nebraska, to satisfy
a Tiidomifint recovered at the June term,
A. D. 18G1, of the said District Court by
ooirl nlfiintiff against Said defendants A
H Townsend. tt al. and at tho April
term, A. D. 1869, an order or revivor
was obtained against the said A-. ii.
Given under my hand this Zih day of
January, A. D. 173.
J. W. JOH.XSON,
.-. i . . Sheriff of Cass Co. Neb.
D. II. Wheei Hb, PI' ff3 Att'y.
mob of excitad men some o.
breeding, some of neither, cluster, push
ing and scrambling around the spot
where the winner has come in. Some
live minutes pass by. ThenSn ungainly-ill-figure,
but ta!l and hand-orne-faced
man, with the saddle from his Lorse
jhanging over his left arm, is Ie4 through
ithe throng by the friend who lias under
taken to make the Baronet ku wn to the
Prince towards the carriage of the latter.
"Sir William Don, allow me to uiuke
you known to the Priuce Louis Napo
leon." But initially realizing the forms of
the two men be sees be tore him the fu
ture Emperor nods his head, and as he.
does so blinks his inexpressive eyes.
I I tn
A D E L 17 A 5
the largest stocks of
stook of Hats and Cans.
V It I C ESI!
T II I K ,VUO i
nook for the Hillioii !
A private counselor to the
Married or those about to Biar
rv on the i.hy.ilogical myster
ies and revolations of the sexual system, the
laten dicoVenes in producing ana nrc".
offspring, hew to preserve he complexion c.
This is an interesting work of two hundred
and twenty-four rageC 'ith numerous engrav
ings, and contains valuable infornintion lor
those who are married, or contemplate mar
riage. Still, itisabookthatoufrht to be kept
under lock and key. and not laid carelessly
about the house. . , m ..
Bent to any one (free of postage) for W ennts.
Address Dr. Lutta' Uixpeusary, ro. U Pi
Eighth stret, 6. Louis, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Before applying to the notorious quacks who
advertise in public papers, or uimg any quack
remedies, peruse Lr. Potts' work no matter
what your desease is or how deplorable your
condition. ' ,, .
iir. I'.,, tturrin be nonsuited, personally or ly
mail, on the dit.M mentioned in bis works.
Office, .No. 12N. Kighth street, between Market
andChesnut St. Ltd is. Mo. doc2dwlv
E. T. XEJGDI1AM & SOX,
143. 15 A 117 E't 23d Street, New York
ESTABLISHED IN IS 40.
RcsporiLle parties ri' plying fr agencies in
sectiq as still nnguprlied, will receive prompt
attention and liberal inducements. Parties re
siding at a distance from our authorized agents
may order from our factory. ond for iljustva
ted ptHce list. . Oct iidAw3u
urn he mz os.
Weeping Water, Nebraska.
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JBotts, and Sbces,
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Agricultural Implements of all kinde , Wvt and'
'f X L" Cultivators, Unioa Corn I'lauters,
Orandetour and Princeton Plows, Ac. Ac ,u,itn
jiinitvm all of which weofieT to the public at the
owent retail prices.
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it will be to thepwitivj advantage of every far
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