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Itrtilroad Time Table.
F. 4 M. R. tt IN NEBRASKA.
ARK TM. I DF.PAKT
Mail A Ex. 131 p. in.1 Mail r- l Ex. 11:15 a m
Prohs A Ac :1 a. ui.1 Freight A AS. i.M p- m
B. A M. n. R. in IOWA.
- r . o ftTfl
f Mail A Ex. p. mMV.l A Ex. , in.
f Ac'ii-n A Kr'glit p iiilAc'tion A" r 1J:.j m.
1 pacific Exprc 'J:2o a iu; Atlanti: tl. 4 : Liu p in.
Tlic Transfer boat will leave toe Iett f con
nect miib r.Hsr.ern r-.uivi trains m" '
thai the tini" given abe. The J'- '" JU,J
h,V Chicago time wuioh in minutes la-tertaan
plaltsu-outh tin e.
OMAHA A SOUTHWESTERN.
la cvin'-t"fn wi'h Rurlingtc.n A ;un
R;vi-r Railroad in Nebraska.
Depot at lout lit Jones Street.
PVit'siuouth I - I si. m. I ri.itt.-iii..uth ll:t p. m
mo ;! f- in. I d'. . !:- p. in
Omaha. ': a. I 0:n:iha l":- . "
do l'J:V p. m. I do ! P ni
C. ST. JOE. A C B. K. R.
I t rxmrtr ji-scTinf iowa.I
GOiSU (RTH. UOISOfOlTH.
M nil and Express m. m.
N i-M Kxprcb. ;0. a- in- 3:1a P- n.
This iivm anir-r rrm Plattsmoutn cloe
rinc'"i' n c ing South or North by leaving here
an the H ui. train.
A? RIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
CI.OSiCS. a r. RIVES
C R A t Joe R. R. Smith 4) p in. in..") E
OB' tt. Joo R. R. North. it p. in. ic.:j)pm
U'. A Vl. K R. V.'ei-t. in. p p..
Omaha by R.'il V '' m iV
' V,.,ri.-'ka City, by Ptoge. 9 p m. I pus.
Otfi'-e bonrH. t n.iii S m to i p til.
inW, 1:3 ' to l::IP m.
LOCAL ADVERTIsEM E.s T.
lra'isitnt tents a line. x.ecuiar u'it;i
iscrs 1 i or jts per line. No aJvcrtismnent in
tvr.fA l'f than 2" cents.
L"s il a'lTer'i-eiarnt- vrill bo eh.nrgpu to the
partifj li:iriiil),f tl"in in.
. - -
As cur -r ace is li:nitel. all conniunicntinn
lun.'l lie t riel nrnl to iie point, i' n "
. . , .:.v. .. .... r
Arp rcnnvtel to notify t.'io oiuce 11 tne paper .s
not JtsliYiTC-l proinptiy.
1. Any perpnn who taVcs a piper repularly
from til post offift". whether ilirecte'.i to hi"
name r whether he is a subscriber or not is
responsible tn" I"y-
2. I'" am p.-rs..n or !r3 his pnpi r f!:s-nnin-u"i.
he mast pay Hirrre.irpt'.r the j ublih r
iniv r n inue to re- i it until payment ismaoe,
nn i ooll-et trio n hole ninourit. uhstherth?
pwper m taken frotn the olliue or not.
t. The cenrU have deciilcl that refuini? to
take uewhpapers ami periodica! frotu the post
f.'fiiec. -r rctoovii g pn'l leavincr them un-llel
for. is prima f u ie evi iimre of intentional rtu l.
XoTirn to Kvkbtbihiv. Vil sub?eriler? pay
ing fr their paper to us. anl or lering it .stop
ptj t a i-erta'ui time. iiM find it so Kioppe'l;
hut. wot-annot be responsible for what has been
.lone ! f .re ; lime, nor for or Icrs etippored
to Sot lrn tt Ten by othrsto o'.hers. :ur
Loi ' ' irie nin.Jt be the pui le for all old cu
rcrii t ;. n- I'lpaso reuienibt r thia.
B1MnmiMa . ..mmii. ii
It-uif ruber the Turrn-rs' Hall on th.'
C'onc.'rr, V:iU mid fio.id time at Fitz-
perald's Hall, to-nia'it.
The Od 1 Fell.iw Festival on th?21t:
School Fooks, at publishers price, at
C-tf I. O. U"ok Stora.
(. ,)! -toves. f-r soft coal, of all si
r.n! kinds and price- to suit, at
Oudtfi:;.wtf t. iu-ke co.'s
The paper of J. Au.uo will of cour"
1 e stepped. Wc did not under.-tand the
cir?uin-t anoes before.
71 2 ice iii the Mi.-s.iuri h about phy-
d out. One of the teamsters refu-ed
to cross yesterday with a heavy load.
Fvery'good thing in February; cthe
Ball, Festivals and sieh. Oi l winter is
leavirg us. and it behooves the people
to bid him go-1 bye with some eclat.
CI Whitehead has retired from the
"ditnriel chair ff the Prownville Demo
t rit, leaving Mr K. W. Porter in charge.
Col Whitehead takes a situation on the
S: Louis Pa ly Timrt.
A rn2l9 fcr tho tc-3. .
I was c-nctj throwing a htone weghing
4o lbs. It broke into 4 pieces, y which
could be weighed any number of pounds
from one to forty. What was the weight
of each piece ?
County and City orders bought at the
Elephant Store at the highest figures.
Xtl V hSa
Next Sun Jay evening, in the Episco
pal C I mi rob, at 7 o'clock.
Subject: Truth. Text; The Up of
truth shall he established forever.
Pjuu VERBS XII, VJ.
About a half a lot of Pawnee Indians
have been prowling about for some days
this week and lat. They scared the
wi.rr.en some, hooked one school-girl's
dinner, and won 3 fiive-ccnt pieces
shoi ting at a coal heap, by the Hekai l
efdee. They are pretty Lo(vr).
Watted A live man to take the
agency for the Improved Lock Stitch
Grover & Baker Sowing Machine for
Cass County. Apply to J. M. Nowland,
Nebraska City. 4C'.vtl
Su'iseribers finding one mark, thus, X,
will know that the time their papr is
pail for has ran out, and two XX mean
that it is over due more than a year and
ought to be paid. 40tf
A sf ie e.TT jvt 11JflmT
The annual meetins: of the Cass Co.
Agricultural and Mechanical Associa
tion will be held on Saturday, March
1st, 1S73, at one o'clock P. M , at the
Court Houe, in Plattsmouth, for the
purpose of electing the officers for the
ensuing year, and such other business as
may come before the Association.
Brother farmers, turn oat and interest
yourselves in our Association, that it
may be a success.
C. If. Kino, Seer.
Itemembor the Fire meet
ing" next Saturday night.
Strayed. From the. residence of
the subscriber, one dark roan cow, two
years old, white on the belly, both ears
clipped. Any information concerning
her will hi liberally rewarded.
46w2 T. W. Siiryock.
Remember Frank U'hite, tlie croeer,
one of the best fellow and the best gro
cers in the world. Call and buy your
potatoes and things of White. 44tf
Otz, the Veterinary Surgeon, has re
moved to the little brick, north hide of
Main street, west cf the Court House.
Remember this. 44:f.
RK 1 1 I'll IH.
Goods not told at less than cost. No
oods given away, 1 ut good goods at the
ljvesi prices for cash, at
1 1 tf. C r.A n ic & Pi. cm m p.hs.
Ths nioua poured a C od of golden
liht the other night, when a young
man took his stand under a certain win
dow in town and nieliiflously remarked
that he might bo chopped into siua!
bits "if ever I eae to love." Just
then hn felt a curious sensation in the
rear, and wheeling suddenly around he
lifted a large dog off ha feet. The se
quel is quickly told he "ceased to love"
right away, and eo'iiUK-nced to f-wear. His
new pantalooru cost fourteen Joilars.
Business room for rent cne of the best
stands in the city enquire of.
I. II. WlIEKLER & CO.
I)ealr in Staple and Fanej Groceries,
J(;rain, Fruit and Froluco. Fresh Ffch
and Oy.-ters received twice a week.
Ca-h iaid for Hides! 43t5
Ptterg Musical Mmthhj, Mo. CO, for
February, comes promptly to hand, and
is, as usnal, overflowing with melody.
r. t - n ' 1 1 . . 1 1
i litis tn:r;izine is iurni-neu ai ine uw
prioc of $3 per year, and contains more
! inu-ic in a single monthly number than
! c in be bought in sheet form for double
rnat sum. 1 uis number contains;
"0r Little Ar," a beautiful ballad ly
the famous song writer. Will S. Hays ;
also, " Gone to tht Ilwivetly G irdrn,'
"Mittie Mt!," -ol "Glee my Lore to
all at Horn?;" T-o-part song-, l'Fohi
ue our Hinds in Prayer" and "Far
from 7iiy Thoughts." Together with
the following Instrumental pieces :
"Clear the Trade," f.ur handi. by Fd.
Strau.; "Christmas Gift March,"
"Siceet Thoughts" and "Silver Cloud
As a Trial Trip, the Publisher offers
to send, pust-paid, three back numbers
of 1S72 for CO cent", or six back num
bers for $1. Send on your order", and
our word for it, you will get ten times
your money's worth of choice new music.
A 1 In -s, J. L. Peters,
Kro.idway, New l'ork.
rA2i!323. E3AL THIS.
When you come to town don't fail to
c:i'l and vi-it the harness shop f John
Scienter, on Fourth street, north of the
Piatte Valley hou e, ailjoining Mathews
Ilepiiring don; to order. Good saddle-:,
bri ls and collar always for sale.
CQ N. P.
We have bought the entire right and
uitrrrt i:i the whole sub-cription list of
the Wkf:;i.v Hkralt, from II. D.
Hathaway, and as fat as our friends can
square up the old accounts we shall be
pleased to have them as wj want old
books settled. tf
ITR3 1 HIS ! !
On Saturday evening last an enthusi
astic little squad of enterpri ing citizen-i
met at the Court House to tee what
could be done about a Fire Biigade in
the town of Plattsmouth.
'We publish the minutes of the meet
ing below nni earnestly ask that our best
citizens aid us in this work. It is a
much needed improvement.
Meeting called to order by Prof, d' Al
Iemand, and on motion .Mr. MacMurphy
was ehelcd Chairman, and Wm. L
Wei's Secretary. The following pro
ceedings were had, to-wit:
On motio t, J. A. MacMurphy, P. R.
Livingston and J. W. Marshall were ap
pointed a committee to solicit subscrip
tion in aid cf the Fire Brigale.
On motion, J. A. Connor .and Prof.
d'Allennnd were appointed a committee
to coricspond with the different manu
facturing companies relative to tho price
of Hani Engines.
On motion, F. Stadter and II. J.
Streight were appointed a com rait tee
to solicit aid from the citizens of Platts
On motion, a committee on By-Laws
was appointed, to-wii : R- It. Livings
ton, J. A. Connor, F. MacDonagh, A.
d'AIlemaikl and F. Stadter, to draft
same and report at next meeting of this
On motion, it was agreed that when
we adjourn we adjourn to meet on next
Saturday night, and that the committee
on subscription be authorized to get
posters printed calling a meeting.
Oa motion, meeting adjourned.
Wm. L. Wklls, Sec'ty.
The Senate Wm. Edgerton Pro
prietor, cosy, warm and comfortable,
drop in and see us. Liquors and cigars
warranted pore and good.
Nov. 13, d&wtf
U r.l -Oll.. ilAUh IOAL! IIAKD
At Mickelwaite's yard, corner Sixth
and M tin streets. Good Anthracite
Co .1 on hand all the tim-i. 104tf
-s at e" e- w ' i1
At Plattsmouth, Nebraska : F. P. Todd,
General Agent. Canvassing agents want
ed. Office at Solomon Sc Nathan's, Main
D. Schnasse & Co. New stock of
goods, cheap and good. Will not be un
For your cheap and good boots and
shoes go to the shoe store next door to
Postofficc. I will not be undersold.
Ca 1'atural Advantages.
Plattsmouth, long ago settled down on
her natural advantages ; sheoiight have
had the capitol of the territory wheu it
was first located : the U. P. II. 11. could I
have been built from Platt.-m iuth for
several hundred thousand dollirs les
than it cost to build it from Omaha, but
she made no effort to ecure anything,
trusting everything to natural advantages
and we ell know the result. Shall wo do
likewise. Ashland Timet
These things be bo to some extent,
and her unnatural advantages (we
nced'nt mention' em) are keeping her
ba.'k now. Waka tip, men, to your fitta
tion and let U3 be moving.
r"eTT?r if i nAfrn T"i ee
The Turners will give a grand Mas
querade Fall, on Monday evening,
February 24(t, 1873.
Tickets, admitting lady and gintlo
men to IJall, 01.00
There will be a supper given in good
style, at some place to be hereafter
Tickets for sul at tho Postufliee,
Elephant Clothing Store, New York
Store and at Frank Guthman's Pakery.
Bert mu-ic provided, that can be had
The managers will do all in their jower
to make this a pleasant, enjoyable time,
and expect a lare turnoit.
Mar ks can be secured at P. O. Pook
Store. Full particulars next week.
At Merges' new store next door to
PostofSee. Call and examine my stock
of boots and shoe?, before you buy else
where. I charge nothing for showing
ETJBLHT3TCU & IZZZfZZl KVE3 SAIL
HCAD IS 1TESEASSA.
Mail and Express train leaves Platts-
mouth daily, except Sunday, for Lin
coln, Beatrice, Kearney, and all points
west, at 1 1 : 1 . A. M.
Mixed train for Lincoln at 4:03, r. M.
Leave I'lattmouth 9:40 A. St., arrive
at. Omaha at 12:00 noon. Leave Platts
rnouth at 1:20 P. M., arrive at Omaha
at 2:50 P. M.
Leave Omaha at 10:30 A. M. , arrive
at Plattsmouth 11:50 A. M. Leave
Omaha at 2:45 P. M , arrive at Platts
mouth at 5:00 P. it.
C. F. MORSE, Sup't.a
Geo. O. Manchester,
4Gtf Gen' I Ticket Ag't.
Pemember Otz's, Veterinary office is
now on north side Main street, in the
little brick building west of tiie Court
Mickelwaite & Co. desire to inform
the public that they have ou hsnd and
shall continue to keep through the win
ter, hard coal, which they will s-ell at
low market rates. lOlff.
rCASD C? ASCESSCES.
Meeting per request ef County Cierlc.)
Plattsmouuh, Ca.-s Co., Neb.
Board of Assessors n:et at Court
Hou-c Hail, at 1 p M. , Uth in.-t.
Iloo-e called to otdrr by nominating
Mr. Ttfa to the Chair. Thus. Wiles,
jr. Secret p ry.
Motion carried that watches aud
cloeLs under &5, be not assessed.
M.tion that common work hoises be
as-e-ed at $73. uu
Colts coming 3 years 50.00
" ' 2 " S5.U0
'"1 " 20.-00
Stallions and Asses, from $100 to 500.00
Mules, same as horses.
Common wor'i cattle,
Steers coming 4
Heifers and steers coming 2
Hogs, per hundred "
New wagon and carriage,
Amount of all other personal prop
erty, not enumerated and not exempt by
law, be Lft to the judgment of Asscs-sor-.
ASSESSED VALUE REAL ESTATE PER
ACRE BV PRECINCTS.
Eight Mile Grove SS 00 ; Plattsmouth
Precinct, $10 00; Rock Bluit, $S;
Plattsmouth, $16; Mt. Pleasant.ijS ;
Avoca, S ; Louisville, $8 ; Orcapolis,
$10; Elm wood, $5; Tipton, $4;
South Bend, $7; Salt Creek, $7;
Greenwood, $4 ; "Weeping Water, $6;
Stove Creek, $4 ; Liberty, $6.
All excess of improvement, over one
thousand do'.l.irs, be valued separately.
AMOS TEFFT, Ch'n.-
Thos. Wiles, Jr., See'y.
If you want to get a fine and 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 aud with dispatch.
38wtf Peter Merges.
Calvin II. Parmcle, is J. M. Ilinch
man and Alice B. Ilinchman.
In Di-tnct Court, Second Judicial
District, in and for C.i-s County, Ne
braska. To Alice B. Din hman :
You are hereby notified that, on the
2Sih day of January, A. D. 1873, Calvin
11. Parmcle, in the office of the Cleric of
the District Court in and for Cass county,
Nebraska, the objjet and prayer of
which is to foreclose a certain mortgage
due and given by yourself and J. M.
Ilinchman, to plaintiff, on the 4th day
of October. A. D. 172, to secure the
payment of the sum of three hundred
dollars ($300) with interest from Janu
ary 1'h, A. D 1873, at the rate of
twelve (12) per cent, per annum, and
praying that lot No. five (5) iu blovk
No. thirty-seven (37) and lot No. six (6)
iu block No eii-ht (8) both a designated
on the recorded plat of Plattsmouth
City, Ca.-3 count', Nebraska, in satis
fao'ion of said claim and mortgage of
plab.aff, an 1 that the proceeds of said
sal bo applied in sntisi'netion of plain
tiff's said claim. You are required to
ans;er said petition on or before the
21th d-iy of March, A. D. 1873.
CALVIN II. PARMELE, ITff.
by Sam. M. Chapman, bis Att'y.
Pest Fine cut and cigars at
SStf 1. O. Pook Store.
Vivian's is the placs to buy your gro
ceries and provisions. 20tf
Large and well assorted stock cf gen
eral merchandise at Clark A; Plumnicrs.
Tiy us. 26dtf.
At Clark & Hummer's everything a
farmer needs can be found. Call and
see our stock. 2Sdtf.
Go to Vivian's for groceries and pro
Emporia Red Ribbon Stove at E. T.
Duke & Co. 'b, Plattsmouth, Neb. Call
and examine. 2Sdtf.
Clark & Plummer Pry Goods, Grocer
ies and a GeneTal assortment. We sell
cheap and buy often. 2.dtf
See advertisement of Pr. Duffs' Dis
pensary, headed Pook for the Million
Marriage Guide in another eoluniii. it
should bo read by all. dscldiwly.
E. T. Duke & Co. have jut received a
large lot of Heating Stoves of ail kinds,
suitable for parlor, otfices, htores, hoteLs,
or any place. Call and see them.
Evening Star, wood burner, and from
50 to 75 varieties of heating stoves.
Call a. 1 see u, E. T. Duke & Co
For new, cheap goods, call on D.
Schnasse & ('o. . Mr. S having just re
turned from the east is prepared to fur
nish goods at eastern prices. 70itf
IWolice lo jircliHHpr of U. & 91. R. R
Okfick or Land lEPAr.TMT:T,"l
B. Jt :-l. It. K. K. Co.. is Nkb.
Lincoln. Nkb., Iee. Uih, 'Z. )
Having received patents from the U.
S. Government for our lands, wa 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 dav of April and tho 1st day of
July, 1870, are hereby notified to ex
change their pre-emption certificates for
regular contracts, at this olrice, within
sixty days from this date, as provided in
Geo. S. Harris,
Land Com., C. & M. R. It. It. Co., in
II VT. TiDton. Brownvillo.
U. S. Senator.
U. S Senator.
I. AW Tlitcheoek. Omaha.
John Taffe. Omaha,
R. IV. Fu-nan. Rrowavilie,
Sec. t State.
J. .1. losper, Lincoln,
.1. B Western. Beatrice,
11. A.K enis. Col inbns.
.1 1! V flwter He itrice.
j" M. i!cK.enzie. Lino In. Sup;. Pub. Inatrue'n
it T.Vo Omaha. Chief Jl'tiee.
Iiau'i-1 (ir.ntt. Nebraska f-'ity.l Aol.ia; -, Ju
Snrruel Maxwell. Plattsmouth j
M. 11. Beet'j.
y iles ilf'C'n.
ft alter J. hite.
Fi-st Viar. J. Eitreer il". C. IT. Panaalee
Sf.oond Ward las. Untrery, J. Weyinan.
Iiiikd Ward R. CusbicK. H. Vivian.
h. F. E.Ii on,
Sept. Tub. Instruction,
V. L. HnbliS,
U. W. Wise.
Jat-ob Vii.!l-J-. 1
T. Clarke f
J. W- Tbonia3,
Babtist On thecorner of Main nnl Ninth
Kev.T. .1. ArnoM, pastor KfFi'lcnco on
Main butwi en 10;b an I iltti. Services every
Sabath at 11 a. m. an i at -r p.m. Sabbath
school nt 'j! i a.m.. Prayer meeting every . ed
(HRisTtAS Perviei in Congregation Church,
J at 11 a. M. nmi C.;.",') p. in. 1 ber Alton,
Pastor. Corner of Locust anl Sth ftrcets.
Conlial invitation exten'led to all ela3'.s to ai-tend-
57PISCOPAI Corner Vire nnJ ThirJ streets
j Kev. -V. R. Gi-aves Services every !Illlay
at H:W a in. rtn-l 7 p. m. Sumlay School
s.i i p. in., rrof. d'AIlauiand. Sut-t.
ClosoRKCATiostu-ComcrLocuft an.l Sth Fts
j Ksv. B. F .Manwell. resiJen. c Lo 'tist st be
trceu 4th ami .'.'h sis riervises every SabhaUi it
U a. m:aal 6; fcl p. in. Sabbath School at
nl !. m. Prs er meeting every eanesday
ClATTinuc North si lsof PuhlioSutiflre Rev
rather Hives. First Mass every sabbath at
a. in.. Sei.-on'l Mass and teriuua at H:3J
Vespers and Benediction at 3::3J p. m. SiUSo
t S a. in. every week d.iy.
IT'irt Prfshttebiav North sMeof JIain st.
we;t of oth Rev. V. T. Rartlo ; Service
every SiSbath nt 11 a. in. nl: p. in. Sab
batn .Si-liool nt9::vja- in.. Tho.s Pollock s-uperin
t.-ndent. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
wveninjc at 8:0J o'clock. -
1. Tktiiodist Episcf.PAt. V.'cst Fide of Sislh
il -treet. sonth of Main Rev. J. II. Prcsson
Services ever- Sabbath nt 10::5i a. in. and 7 p. in.
Praver incetiiitr every Thursday evening. CIa.su
jieetin;,s every Momiay evening and immediate
ly after close of Sahl.uth morning services."
Sabbath School at 30
SOSTAO den 21 September bnt die Deutsche
Ev. Luth. OciTieind.s in inrem Sehulhaus
vormiitncs inn ii fnr(inniuifi. . .
fndet derselbe von jutu an recelmacssia U
Tape sinit. Minister Rev. L llannawaid.
Sabbath school ut 1 p m.. Prof. d'Allemand.
T O. O. F Regular niectin?? of Pl.iUe Lodge.
I. No. 7, I. O. o.F. every Thursd'O cvenin.1 at
O ld Feltows Hall. Transient Brotieri are cor
dialiy invited to vUit.
A.d'ALLLMAND, N. G.
3.1. II. Hathaway. See.
r n n K. Plnttsmonth r mrment No. 3.
i . Regular Convix-ations the 2 n-'.d 4 Friday a
of e' h month at O ld Fellows Hall er. ..d and
Main ts. Transient Patriarchs eordia'ly invited
o vi.-it. 11. NKWiLAX.C.P.
r. K. CvNSisGiiAit, Scribe
r.anvir Pi ATTsuorrn Lodok No. 6 A. V
il A. M. K.cir.ilar meetinas at their hail
on the first and thir' nday cvetiintrs of each
p-ontii X'ran.sient brethern invited to visit.
P.. It. LIVINGSTON. W.
A. 4'Allf.masd. See.
1 imr T.nnoi V,v 22 A. F. i: A. M. Regula1
iTl xaetingi at M.woy Hail, first and third
FrH.iv... J. N. WISE. V. M.
J. M. UKARD3LST. SCO. '
XT crkasca Chaptkr No. 3 R. A. M. Regular
. v invocations second ajid : arta Tuesday
eveaintj of eao month :.t 71 o'cloi-k n. rn.
R. R. LIVINGSTON H. P.
'T Newvax, Ceo.
' . O-T. Oi ivk Rhjisch.Nt. II E Ellison
. . W. C. T. C W. Kinc. W See. T. V Shry
ock Lodge Deputy. Meoui at Clark .f-Plnmincr
b-ll every Tuesday evening. Traveling Templais
Tursvkbeiv. The Turner c-eiety meets at
Turner Ua!I in (iuthmans Bloc, on the tst
and Third Wedired iys of eeeh Momh.
Wcckbauuh: Lreara.'t Gus. Keinhackle: Firtt
Turnimrt Vin. Hes er: &er-'ni Turnwjrt
(Cf. Kerrey; Wnrd'-n John Erhart.
CORXI COKX1 COKN!!
"Wanted Corn on Subscrip
tion at this office immedi
ately. Sheriff Sale.
By virtue of an order of Sale, issued
by the Clerk of the Dif'rict Court with
in and for Cass county, Neb., and to me
directed, wherein James Ilndgart is
Plaintiff, and Henry McShane
and Ellen McShane, are Defend
ants. I will on Monday the 24th
day of Februao-, A. D J 873, at 11
o'clock A. si. , of said day" at the front
door of the Court House, in the City of
l'lattsmouth, in sai'l count-, sell at aue- I
tion the following real estate as the pro
perty of tho Defendants, to-wit : Lo
No. One (1). in Block No. One Ilu .drcd
and lhirty-four (134), in the City of
Plattsmouth, Cass county, Nebraskaand
as designated upon the published and
recorded plat of said city, to satisfy a de
cree rendered at the Adjourned Septem
ber term. A. D. 1S72, of s lid Court and
on the 17th day of December, A. D.
("iven under my hand this 22ud day
of January, A. D. 1873.-
J. W. JoiINSO.V.
Sheriff. Cas-sCo., Neb.
Sam. M. Chapman, Pl'lfs Att'y. 43 5
By virtue of an Order of Sale, issued
by the Clerk of the District Court withia
and for Cass County. Nebraska, and to
me directed, wherein Maxwell and Chap
man are Plaintiffs and J. S. McNeiNon
and Isabella Me.Ncilson are defendants.
I will on Monday the 21th day of Febru
ary. A. 1). IS 3, at Une o clock P. M..
of said day at the front door of the
Court House, in the city of Plattsmouth
iu said county, sell at auction the follow
in? real estate as the property cfthe
said Defendants, to-wit:
The Northwest Quarter (), of the
Northwest Quarter ( i), of section No.
Twetity-seveo (27), in township No.
Twelve (12), North of Ranae No. Twelve
(12). E.ist of the Sixth P. 31. situated
in Cass County, 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 hand this 22ad day
of January, A. D. 1873.
J. W. Johnson.
Sheriff. Casa Co., Neb.
Sam M. CnAPMAN. lTffs Att'y. 435t
W. J. Cutter and Margaret E. Cutter,
non-resident Defendants will take notice
that on the 28th day of Juuuarj', A- D.
1873, Kershaw & Waugh, Plaintiffs,
filed their petition in the District Court
2nd Judicial District in and for Cass
County, Nebraska, the obj ct and pray
er of which petition is to obtain a judg
ment against you 0:1 an accouut for cer-.
tain lumber and building .material
(purchased from the taid plaintiffs Ker
shaw t Waugh by yourselves) for the
sum of $206.44 100 Dollars with interest
tiiereoa from 0th day of'Febiuary, A. D.
And that said plaintiffs have caused
the following desciihed real estate as the
property of W. J. Cutter to 2 attached
in said cause to-wit : Commencing at a
point 1827 6-10 feet, North of the S E
corner of W hf ot'ihe S V qr of Sec. 7,
Town 12, Range 1 i East, which point
by ac tual survey is 1326 feet east of tho
S W corner of said See. 7, thence com
int-.rti.. nd . running west 403 fee'.,
thence north 216 2 lo feet, thence cast
403 foot, thence south 216 2 10 to the
place of beginning containing two (2)
acres more or less.
You are requested to answer said peti
tion on or before toe 24th d;iy of M.irch,
D. 1873, orjudgmctit wi:l be taken
against yuu for said sum of $206.44-100
dollars with interest thereon.
Keusuaw & Waugh,
Sam M. Chapman, Att'y Plt'ffs.
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
15th day of April, A. I). 1871, Wm.
v. 3IoiTison liwdd and delived to Calvm
II. Purmalee a chattel mortgage which
is duly recorded in Book "Jj" of chattel
mortgages, Pae 1S7, of the Records of
Cass Count j. Nebraska, upon the follow
ing described personal property, to-wit:
All my part of the lease on the o ht of
lot nine ('.)), in block thirty (3i), as
designated on the recorded plat of the
city of Plattsmouth. Cass County, Ne
braska, together with ail my part of t lie
interest in the building and improve
ments thereon with all tools, block and
otl.t r fixtures, now in ari 1 belonging to
ny Meat Market situated on said prem
ises and ill l at mat time convey to saM
Calvin II. Parma!-o the above described
persona: property for the purpose of sc
enting the payment of one ccrtaiu prom-
lsory note drawn for JjoOj pay a hie on
the 18tb day of September, 1871 that
there is tow due v'. l ravabie on sa:i
note the sum ni'$70'. 45 ai:d costs, and
that default has. been made m the
payment of said chattle wort trace, and
the said Win. F. Monisoii is hereby no
tified that cn Wednesday the 26th l y
rf February. A. D. 1873, the undersign
p-d will by virtue of a Power of
sale the said Mortgage contained
sell at auction to the foghe.-t bol
der for cash, at the front door of the
Court Iloue in sail county, between
the hours of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M , the
above dcsciibed personal property the
proceeds of said sale be applied 111 pay
merit of said note aod chattel mortgage
5w2t Cai.vin II . Farm alee.
am M. Chapman .Plaintiff.
Pk'lf s Att'y
W. J. Cutter and Margaret E. Cult?r,
non-re.-ident defendants, will take notice
that on the 2Sth day of January, A. D.
1873, Calvin 11. Parmalee, plaintiff,
filed his petition herein in the District
Court, 2:id Juiieial District in and for
Cass County, iSebra-ka. I he obj-ct
an 1 prayer of which Said Petition is to
obtain a judgment against you on a cer
tain promissory note to- llu sum of Two
Hundred and Fifty Dollars with interest
on the same at the rate of 10 per cent
per annum from thi 5th d.iy of Janu try,
A. D. 1870, and that said plaintiff h is
caused the following desi-iibid real es
tate as the property of W. J. Cutter to
Le attached in said cause, to-wit : Com
mencing at a ijoint ls27 6-10 feet, North
of the So uhcast coi ner of W hf of the
s vv qr of section 7, Town 12 Range 14,
ea-t, which poir.t by ,"tual survey is
1326 feet car? of the S W corner of said
Sec 7, thence commencing an! running
west 403 feet, thence north 210 2-1 ' fe t,
ther.ee east 403 feet, then-e s-tth 216
2-10 to the place of bt ginning containing
two (2) acres, more or less
Ycu are required to answer f-ai 1 peti
tion on or before the 24ih day of March,
A. D. 1S73, or judgment will be taketi
ag'iinst you for said sum of $250 with in
Calvin II. Parma lee.
Sam M. Chapman, Plaintiff.
Pl'tffs Att'y. 45 5t
IJOTICE is hereby given that by vir- j
" ilia nf on nr. loi fifll wu A Lv tho
Clerk of tho Pistnct Court within and
for Cass Co., Neb., and to me dirci ted
wherein John Ballantine, William Pal-
lantiue and George E. Bragg are Plain
tiffs and G"or?e Jennings, William E.
Sheldon and Charles E. Bailey ore De
fendants, I will on Monday the 10th
day of March, A. D. 1873, at 1 o clock
p. M. of said day at the front door of
the Court House, in I'lattsmonth in said
County, sell at public auction the fol
lowing real estate situated in Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska, to wit : Bsginning at a
point 1 13 feet ea-t and 1780 feet south
of northwest corner of Section .No.
tweuty-seven (27), in township No. ten
(10), north of Range No. thirteen (13),
east of the sixth principal meridian,
thence cast 40 feet, thence north 1 trO
feet, thence west 40 foet and thence
south 120 feet to the place of beginning.
And also the Hotel Building situated
thereon on which the said plaintiffs have
a mechanics lien, to be sold to satisfy a
decree rendered at the November term,
A. D. 1S70 and on the 12th d-.v of No
vembcr, A. D. 1870, of the said District
Court in favor of said Plaintiffs-.
Given under my band this Ctn day of
February, A. D. 1872.
J. W. Johnson,
45 5t Sheriff, Cass County, Neb.
Sam M. Chapman,
Sent by mail for 10 els- E. B. Foote,
121) Lexington Ave., New York City.
HArP"i Relief for Youns Men. from the
effects of Errors and Abuse? in early life. Man
hood restored. Impediments to .Marriage re
moved. New met hoi' of treatment. New aa
remarkable remedies. Books and Circula
sentf;ee. in pealed en velimcs.
Al lr .... iintAKH AfSHCl Al 1U.N. JNo.
Srmtl. Xnilh Stn.nt I ! i I u.tel . n V an In-
The Undersigned has on hand and is
AH kiada of
C OTTO ft WOOD LUMBER.
At hia UilU at the Ferry Landing at riatiiinouth
Orders Promptly Filled.!
NEW DRUG STORE,
weeping water, neb.
rJT. JL,. 2.a OTTSK,
DEALER in Drugs. Medicines. Paints. Oils.
Varnish. Perfumery. Stationary, Nuti'ms
Cigars ad Tobuccu Wii
THE "VICTOH" S. M. CO.'S
NEW SEEING MACHINE
Runs very Easy.
ll.u trory Vnt.
Runs very Still,
lies a New Shuttle superior to all others.
Grant Improvements in Needle.
Cannot he Set Wrong-
8i- Agents Wanted.
Address THE 'VICTOR" R. M: CO.
41 r.m. Eroa lway. X. Y.
NEW HAVEN ORGAN CO.
Matnifc'ure tho Celebrated
These Organ.i r.rc unsurpafscd in quality of
tone, style of Cn;h, eimplicity of conrt: uotion,
and dur ihiiity.
''Also, MKL0DE0NS ia various style? and
unequalled in tone.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
Address Nkw Uavks Oi-.oan Co.
New Ilavtn. Cor.n
Agents Wanted. 4C-3m.
Onuha Marble Works.
M. FEE NAN,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
si tr; i'.is t s, 11 1: is ns r.s
ilSasslics & l-'Bipiiitmrc
For specimen or wor:m;inship refor
to Smith's ar.d allery's iimnu
mentsin Pi:itrsmouth Cem
c t a r y
Thc patronrge of Ciss County is respect fu'ly
ei te I . d-sVw-JT fhn
To A BWRTisuns.- A ! perform wl;o coniem
plate making contracts with newsrapcrs for th
nsi'rtion ot Advuniseicents thould send to
for a Circular, or inclose 25 c-nts f-i their On?
hun Ir.-d Page Pemphlct. -I'aining I.istf '
3.(0 Newspapers and est Irnutec. showing th
cost of advertising, also mar.y i-.srful hints to ml
vcrtiscrs. an 1 so n account of the experience:
ot men who are known us suecrssful advertis
ers. This firm ore proprietors ot the American
Newspaper Advertising Agency.
m ry e
and are p C'sed rf cr.eqiinied facilities fir
securing the i ertion of advertisements in ai
Niwspapers nd Periodicals tt lowest ratf .
VV OX WXYFL-
Yeeping Water, Nebraska.
UAH. CJsilf4I'S CO
II0RT0N A JENK5.
IIATS. CAPS ROOTS.
SHOES. NOTIONS, .t,
We r Agents for
VVHlcox & Gibl'i Scir.q Machine
C. IIl'lSl.'.L.rrop'-Wor.naving recently bn
rennired and rdace.l -;i thoroueii runui'iorl
W.lX'ti Ba.-hcli of Wheat wanted linuie liate 1 .
fTf whieh the btgheft market priee wHl be pa;
O ts 3
t O "
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3 P O
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c . o
r. r rr
- - S 'JO
WILLIARfl STADELaiA IS M ,
Has oa hand, oae cf ths largest stocks of
CLOTHING AMD GEKTS'
1 3-1 invite every body in want of
outlt itlo Main, lctivecii SilS3d Street
And eonvines thfinsel ves of ths fact- I have 84 it
toc& 01 r me clotiing lor .Men and .boys;
iSls.l3'j keep on hand a large and well selected
FALL AND WINTER GOOi S.
GO TIIE PfilOE S ! I
SCHNASSE & CO.'S
N E W YOEK STOHH
South Wrest Corner of Main Street Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
AiT0 SO PEOPJiK
CLARK'S tS FAX THKKAD,
COTTON YARNS, BOOTS AND SHOES
In the Grocery line we keep the Finest and Best
TEA. COFFKE, SUGAR. MOLASSES, DRIED FRUITS, of every Doi-eriBfcll,
All the Varieties nf Spices, in fact for all Your
HATS AND CAPS,
B- SCEKTASSB GO.B
mr rs. -re --, s- w? -f
KZ HJ,- U JUr JLZU v
Dealer in Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Boots & Shoes, Trunks
One of ths Oldest and most Reliable j
Houses in l'iattsmoutn. faiu I
Mrcct, between tin &: 5lh.
frllEM EMBER THE PLACE.&3
The advertisers below refer you to the
Publishers of ihii paper as regards their
'perfect reliability, and ichen- wrltiny to
them, please mention you i,aie their Adctr
tiseme.nt i.x this p1Vrr- .
f-S Iiio:; X.4:U ii.. St. I ouis. Ilo.
fevsJapi'liralion, send fre their
Ty:y rules of S. :f-"t ;::;s:r; M0ii.. I
irrul?r, v.a-i frriee nitli a lull line
rl ai;;!i.. !: i;i!:iar ea to orrier t'iotli-
luz liirr-.t fro:i! tv.v:r I'.ouse. which iu
Ih- ma '" if "'' ''Tie. Miipjieti by c-I.rt-sr.
C.t. !.. vs'.h li'.e p-nii. ge of ex
njjn.;T str.d r iurjlniil ii-iir txpinse,
I :-.(,! Niitlsl'i- l.ii r.
Cil'DTC? K!'est;fM-if-m--P-st:'rrai.nt.ei!t five
Oitirl I 2tO?:'..rs i,, ik:U.l. J-il guaruuti-eil.
TfttD and Voiiili;.' '(;,; see!r.!ij-. tltiiu
UU 1 O lor iiu--trateii StvKa
i-a tea i'ru :N.
rM:?';t si pi::t iftnitiM.
VrV'SiJi i.7 pi'i- cltst. cr remit oi.ly:lr the
Va "cVai- 'w;:t t-r iiM it m a
d-i !.;.:;... P .e.l.i.a'.-l loll guar-
anteed, o:-ni :.vy i-citi-n.-.i.
dii-ss II. C. i.:aa.i u; to.
:.L-n i v. ;i!iie-l Au
fii Olive sti-et, fct.
B.r., ,.r r iri " Tt:e Yi !lo!r In
ir7uli.r3uH-ricel.:,t.K . i. e N .-.i- i.oaii.Wo.
fc The C a-er-'H e.r.C. lt-sn-Jr?e.t Agrtturrt
Hand rats:;y .ti.i.:;;i m ' ;-
.flnru. ... ..... -.
T - , V . . . r:l n s. rulli,h"r. .
Ft loins. 'Mc
Ui-,:-H P;.t r.i InmrovM Sprln
Klni. t-r sf.i!t-p-i.Lt!if", and
1 l .''.her a' t'.i !-". A iler-.ai
ui r.:ie ti.il.-'i p.crfcct con-
p ; :u
'.Ion. t I'll i'"-. lb'
. .. k...l...,....ufl
. ... T...X r-v
i-,' 1 i rw 1 1 H ro I p I : a" ei .s. i.
. I ...1 in tt i:.':it V. 1 .1 1-lil l'!-l t--;
I etructio'is. sunt p-i-jmia t-r
$1 M The tWiii! lor t.c r.v;et'
ever lnveiile.1 ct-iil.s wanieu . I I. L
I.onis. '. .
iI-3 AVAHi ASD FAST ALSS
A iM-autiful pai. oi-Preach hronioH,
bandsomel) lutvnted. noi.l every,
where for Kent prrpabl on re
ceipt ofjl, orOe for either. Agents
,rnf,.l rverrwliere. who can make
I nmntM. I itx-rnl disrnnnta tft
the Trail n. 3I;ip and CliromoPftbliidJllX C213
Pine Street, bu xxiiua, xo,
' , l
t& t-1 tU2it--: i-Jl, Ti!,rsr..:d( Iothien.
F I.iui:: ' 4:!i St. I eui. Ho., will, on
frUi! iJi.rr. ic. :;.s, TriM.ks, Ac., c.
tZtZr'- i -..l sic, ...iu -A -!. letter i.p
R.,v -tJL - iui- descriptive
FURNISHINS GOODS, FOR
anything iu my line to call at my etora,"
ppeciility in my Retail Department njrlt
to wtuoli we invite tho.-se vuo want wood..
ctook ef Hats and Cap.
IZmAz for the isllioii !
M1RRIAG: ' A private pu'in.-elor to the
GLiiLJE. ( Married or tho-i-about to m.ir
! ry o-i the physndogn ul mveter-ier-an
1 rorelati-ms .t the hi-.u il system, the
(:i:s-t a i-s.ivcrii's io I n.di-i-ing and iTevtnting
oJ-priiif. how to pr; serve the complexion Ac.
j His is an intereslirg ivn; of two hundred
and twe:.tv-l-.ur u'ts. w:h iiuiiu-ous tnrHV
:n.l eoi. tains vis'.aable informal i'-n . U'T
und.T 1i-k un--l kcj . ar.d not laid carelessly
about tuc house.
fv-nt to any one I free ofp'itagc) fr 0 cen.. .
Address Dr. Buns' Dispon-aiy, No. 1-
Eighth slreit. St. Lou 'is. Mo.
Notice to ths Afiiictcd uvA Unfortunate.
Before a;;pl in? to the r.ot irioui quacks who
advertise in public papers, or u-itu ui;y o.unck
re!iidi s. pt r jse J'r. Hut's' work l;o n-atter
- bat y.mr desja-e i.i or now deplorable your
Dr. Ji'iits run be cor.s'i'tcd. p'T."ri.ii!y :r iy
i iii" ot. the c!isercs pieiii i'red in bis works.
Vice. Xi.PN. EUhtii f trett, between M.irket
an iCUcsr.ut St. Lnuis. Mo. dcc2dvlr
E. r. NEEDIIAM & SOX.
113, H5 i 147 East ZZd Slreat. New York.
ESTABLISHED IN 1546.
.Ttpcr.."iUe parties aM-lyinj? for agencies id
sections still unsiipplic 1. wiil receive prompt
attention and liberal induce menu. Parties rc
si i'.nn ut n iE: '.'nice fr -i;i our au-horized ngents
may order from our factory Send for iTustra
ted price lirt. Oct i'-d Aw:iia
Vespinn Vater, Nebraska.
tucenswaro, . .
Uoots. and Shoes.
Hats, and Capl.
Air'ct:"ur il Itnplcnr.cn's f-f all kinds. Weir and
i v i." Ciiiiiv iIiim. Union Corn Planters.
(i"i'dfrto;ra.d Princeton Plows. Ac Ac ,aiin
tiiuiiam n'.l fjyrhii veofler to the public at the
As !5ep rcscii led.
ir-Our constant aim will be to nell o low that
lit will be to the positive h""""- j
; owest rej
in the western and central portion or Caav
unty 1-j make thi their Hedq ic"-
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