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by Chicniri time which is Si minutes faster than
PUtt.-'Uioutli time. "
OMAHA A SOUTHWESTERN.
In connection with Burlington 1c Missouri
River Railroad in Nebraska.
Depot nt foot o! Jonci .Street.
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fciirht Kxpre-a ttfio a. in- 3:1o p. m.
This (rives passeriirers from lattsmontn close
connection (rointf South or 2sorth by leaving here
' an the 12 IX) iu. train.
A? RIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS,
O. B. A St. Joe R. R. Pluth
C. li. A St. Joe K. It. iort.
B. A M. K. K. Eau.
U. A M. R. U. West,
Omaha by Rnil
N'rhricka City, by Stae.
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Ollice hour'. trfmi s a ui to p ui.
d.ndays. 12:) to l::tO p in.
.1. W. MAR-MI ALL. V. M.
Call at Mrs. Crocker's and see the
latest stylos of spring hats. 50-2t.
Sam. Chapman, runs the machine
alone, now, and keeps the finest law
shop in Plattsniouth.
1 Schnasse ,t Co.
jroods.. cheap and rood,
-New stork of
Will not be un-
J. G. Clarke, lawyer, all tho way from
Missouri, came down to see the town,
and if it suits him he intend to bu it.
Good boy, Clarke.
Otz, the Veterinary Surgeon, has re
moved to the little brick, north side of
Main street, west of the Court House.
Uemembcr this. 44tf.
O. F. Johnson has pure snow white
coal oil 120 fire test for a!e. No ex
plosion pos-iblo ; only CO cents per gal
lon. T. Protl-To, agent for Pr. Ji d-"s
History of the Bible, has taken ever SO
names in Piuttsmcuth. Who says our
folks are not religious, and don't take
Kt"iiieniber Frank White, the crocer,
one of the- best fulluw and the bet gro
cers in the world. Call and buy your
potatoes and things of White. -li'S
The Grangers will hold a festival at
Jl u'ht Mi! Grov. on Thursday, Manh
13 th. All the brave Grangers and the
fair Grangeresses arc expected to bo out
and have a good time.
School Books, nt publishers prices, at
2Stf I'. O. Book Store.
Prof. J. G. Mi'.Ier, of Achland, called
on the Hkiiald 1st week. The Pro
fes or thinks the herd times are in a
measure, over for Nebraska, anJ that
1$Z wil! be ii prosperous year.
Wo have received a co;y of Clinton
lirj-nUicin, Ohio, with "coin; li nents
f Theodore Vance to Tip-Top." All
O. K., mucli obliged, good paper, good
Business room for rent one of the best
stands in tl.e city enquire of.
D. H. Vt HELLER k Ct).
We have before spoken of the fact that
we hive a Fashion li'iznar, in Nebraska,
and a very creditable? paper. Kurtz,
Mohrt Co. publish it in Omaha, and
the M-treh number was recently Lid on
I low are you Doctor Russell. We
never knew that Russel! graduated in
tudieine before. Why, he'd make a
firxt rate Marshal; doctor, Marshal, ma
chine man and gentleman. Who'd ever
vote against such a combination. XX,
The only exclusive boot and shoe store,
next door to the postoiliee. The best
goods that are made, lor the lowest
Maxwell moved to his new
Jioiue, in 1 rctnont, this week. We
have lost an able lawyer ar 1 a good citi
zen, and the ThirJ District has gained a
Prole went to move, Prole's team
went to moving. Prole's goods went the
movinest kind of a way. Prole is mov
ed, the team i tired of moving, the
goods refuse to move again, all quiet on
Wintorsteen's hill in the boas? of Prole.
Richard Claiborne, the raving, curly
headed first rata crazy man, takes a
benefit at Fitzgerald's Hall on April Jt'th.
"D:ik" has not told us what he inlands
to benefit on, but it is safe to say that
you'd better all turn out nnd see how it
Wanted A live man to take the
agency for the Improved Lock Stitch
Grover & Baker Sewing Machine for
CAi County. Apply to J. M. Nowlaad,
Nebraska City. 4t',wtf
One Peter T. Duva!, a music teacher
in Glenwod, Iowa, recently eloped with
t'.ct women a Mrs. Tyucr and Miss
V ietoru Lay ton, atred fourteen, and
daughter f RJV. Mr. Luyton, M. E.
pa-tor, at Glenwood. Detectives were
immediately set upon their track, and
they were discovered at Ottumwa, and
arrested, arriving in Glenwood on Thurs
day last. Mr. Duval has a wife and
child, and Mrs. Tyner has a husband
and two children.
Latest styles of loillinery goods at
Mr?. Crocker's. Call and see them.
All candidates for office will be an
nounced in the Herald for one dollar
each. Said notice not to exceed five
New goods at the shoe store, next
door to the post office, cheaper than
At the solicitation of many voters, I
have to inform the voters of the city of
Plattsmouth. that I am an independent
candidate for the office of City Marshal.
Plattsmocth, March 10, 1873.
for your cheap and good Loots and
(hoes go to the shoe store next door to
the post ofilce. I will not he undersold.
Mike Murphy ha been home for ev
eral days. He culls it a "lav ofT."
That may be, but somebody has had a
"standoff to enable Mike to take hid
"lay off," we bet.
When lie's shaved up he" a first rate
jrood looking fellow is Mike, and he won
run for marshal.
Win. Stadleman, the clothier, has
c "V " - vv-.v, v.uic
the Jirooks house, on south side Mam
! ' reet. llerr.eniber the place.
( We cull attention to the new adver-
tisenietit of Chas. X. Tiffany, Black
smith at Mt. Pleasant. Mr. T. seems a
very pleasant man, and he has the honor
to be the first Blacksmith in Ca.ss Coun
ty wiih enterprise enough to advertise
in the IIeuald since we took charge, of
it at any rate.
Clark Jt Plummer Dry Goods, Grocer
ies and a General assortment. We sell
cheap and buy often. 2Sdtf
See advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dis
pensary, headed Book for the Million
3Iarri:ige Guide in another column. It
should be read bv ail. decldiwly.
For new, cheap good.-, call on D.
Schnasse & Co. Mr. S ha vinj: just re
turned from the east is prepared to fur
nih goods at eastern prices. 70dtf
Next Monday, March 17th, is Saint
Patrick's day. Our brethren, descend
ants of the Green I!e the land without
sn-.kes - Lave der-ided to have a good
time in P.'attsmouth on the occasion.
Ball and fupper at Fitzgerald's Hall,
mu-ie sons-, an address .ic. Everybody
invited an: sure to be there,
ii a:: coal.
HAIIO I'Otbl II1SD
At Mickelwaite's yard, corner Sixth
and M'lin streets. Good Anthracite
Co l on Land all the tiui. K)4tf
What Next? The March number
received is an excellent one, as indeed,
are all the numbers we have seen. In
evidence of its popularity among the
young folks, flic j ufJificr telfs us Le has
received the poodiy number of 70.T.) sub
scriptions4during the month of Fcbru
ary just past. Terms 30 cents a year,
with a $I.0) Chromo to every subscri
ber, by firnt mail. Specimen 3 cent.
John B. Aldcn, Publisher, Chicago.
Mickclwaite & Co. desire to infonn
the public hit they have on hand and
shall continue to keep through the win
ter, hard coal, which th.y will ?ell at
low market rates. . 104tf.
Los r. The city Grade Book with the
established grades of the City of Pl-.it ts
mbuth therein. The book is of no use
to any one but the City of Plattsmouth.
Any person finding the sime will confer
a favor by leaving it at the Herald of
fice. G. W. Fairfield,
47. St. City Engineer
D. Schnasso & Co. rank No. 1 among
our edverlising patrons. The men of
bu-inss in this town who support a
newspaper as they ought ar few and far
between. It is no wonder the town is
called ' old fogy"' sometimes, for her
people do not and it seems wiil not rec
ognize the bict that in this day and gen
eration the man thnt advertises his busi
ness best docs the bst business and
draws business from other parts which
helps all his neighbors.
Among the old fgy class, however,
D. Sclmatse & Co. cannot be clasied,
and their enterprise and real business
ability is bringing its reward. They are
doing a fine business. Mr. Schnasse
goes cast next week for more goods, and
a successful business season will no doubt
be the result.
Liberal dealing brings its just reward,
and we're bound to say a good word for
Schnasse if we die by it.
Give 'em a lift.
For Rent. The largo and commodi
ous warerooui, collar and office on 2d
floor of building now occupied by Jacob
Vallery, jr., in Masonic Block. Enquire
of R. R. Livingston or
43tf. E. T. Duke.
The Right Rev. R. II. Clarkson, Bish
op of the Diocese of Nebraska, preached
at St- Lukes Church on Sunday morning
A la -go congregation were present,
and the Bishop's remarks were most in
teresting and seemed to be fully appre
ciated by all present. Two infanta were
Owing to a telegram received from
Omaha requiring his presence thepe the
Bi.hop was obliged to return, and there
fore we lost the pleasure and profit of
his miuistiatious in the evening.
He will visit the parish again ia about
four weeks and administer the holy rite
zza2e::at::i: c? tea:hs2s.
A Teachers Examination will be held
in the school house at Weeping Water,
on Thursday, the 20th day of March,
instant. And at tho Waters school
house, near Greenwood, on Thursday,
the 27th day of March, instant, and at
Plattsmouth on Monday the 31st day of
March, ir.: tant
Examination will commence at 10
o'clock, a. m. U. W. Wise.
432 County Fuperinfeadent.
Mra, Crocker desires to fetate to her
customers, old and new, that he is ex
pecting an assortmcut of r.ew spring
styles of millinery goods this week, and
should be happy to have all interested
call and examine them. She lias also a
:iw stock of patterns and the latest
styles for cutting and Eiuking dresses,
and will guarantee satisfaction to all who
may patronize her. Country produce
will be taken in exchange fur goods.
The Senate Win. Edgerton Pro
prietor, cosy,' warm and comfortable,
drop in and sec us. Liquors and cigars
warranted pure and good.
Nov. 13, d&wtf
1 he (Jraoge men take a ben .fit at
Eight Mile Grove on Thursday, and we
have received a awiai invitation to be
We tried to come to Grange last sum
mer, and lost our way, we should be
pleased to attend this festival, but it is
holden in the evening and in our pres
ent health and with the roads as rough
as they are now we cannot take a sixteen
or twenty mile ride after night, even for
the great pleasure it would give us to
meet the friend and readers of the
Herald face to face. Please take this
in consideration and excuse us if we are
ATTSSTI02I I ! 1
County and City orders bought at the
Elephant Store at the highest figures. -
::ot::2 to srcnoLrsEs.
AH persons holding shares in the Frank
lin Town Company are notified that they
must pay up the assessments within
thirty days, or said f hares will be for
feited. Also those which were forfeited
at the time of changing the name of the
name of the town from Waterloo to
Franklin, ar allowed to come in, upon
payment of all assessments up t3 this
date, if attended to immediately.
By order of the Board of Directors.
G II.. BLACK, President.
Thos. Pollock, Sec'y.
Plattsmouth, March 3, 1S73.
ST. ?AT2ICTS DAT.
The Irish American citizens of Platts
mouth, have decided to celebrate St.
Patrick's day the votive day of the
Emerald Isle, here at home, by a Ball
"ltzgerahl s hall, with music by Prof.
T , , , , ,
Johnson. s band : and Lren. r. L. Uun-
. j-, v ii, mm . . ,
ningham, Lapt, J. A. Marshall, John
FitzgtridJ, Ii. Newman, Ln Cunning
ham, R. C. Cu-ihing, Wrn L. Wells,
Thos L. Murphy, and Wm. Neville,
Supper fat the Brooks House under
management of Wm. A. Lynch, W.
Neville and T. L. Murphj
Address at 8 p. ui. sharp, on "St.
Patrick, and the Irishman at ii :no and
Abroad." Muic by Prof. Johuson'a
Wm. A. Lynch has kindly consented
to sing a couple, of National Songs on
The admission to BVil, Supper, ad
dress, etc., will be ouly J2 00 p--r couple.
Every body is cordially invited to par
ticipate in the celebration and to unite in
making the evening 3s pleasant as any
that has ever been held in the city.
A cordial Irish welcome, and a good
time will be guaranteed to all.
Council met in reg ilar iession. Ccun
cilmn all present Mayor White iu the
Dr. Livingston presented petition of
Fire Deprntment for aid. Rferrcd to
M. L. White, Dr. li! R. Livingston, and
the chairman of the Committ;o oa Fire
The city Engineer was ordered to esti
mate the cost of constructing four cis
terns on Main Street, and report the next
m-esting of the Council.
The special committee to divide the
the city into wards, reported ordinance
No. ZO, dividing the city ir.ro four wards
Ordinance passed and approved.
Ordinance No. 40, fixing salary of
City Superintendent was passed.
Thj Mayor and Clerk were o dared to
settle with School -Board.
A committee on Education con istinj,
of Messrs. Cushing, Vivian and Way
man were appointed.
The Mayor and Clerk were ordered
to issue warrant to Teachers for the
The Finance Committee was ordered
to settle with the Treasurer, and report
to next meeting of Council.
The following claims were allowel :
T. II. T. Sahui Salary as Teacher,
$G0.00; A. J. Wales, Salary as Te idl
er, $G0.O0 ; Estate of J. Adams, erro
neous assessment $1.00; M. B.Reese,
Salary as Clerk and Attorney, $52.00 ;
M. L. White, expenses paid for city,
M. L. WHITE, Mayor.
M. B. Reese, Clerk.
BEAU Til I Si.
G Dods not sold at less than cost. No
goods given away, tut good good at the
lowest prices for cash, at
lltf. ClAHIC & PlU.MMF.lls3.
Leg il Notice.
Mathias Spohn vs. Christian Schlu-ntz.
Notice is hereby given that wa will
offer at public sale at the front door of
the Court. House in Plattsmouth, Cass
County, Nebraska, on Tuesday the 25th
day of March, 1S73, at 1 o'clock p. iu.
O'i said day, the following real estate to
v.it: Lots cn?. two, three, ten. eleven,
and twelve in Block No. (U) s:x west
one south in town of Rock Blafts, Cass
County, Nebraska with all the buildings
and appurtenances thereunto belonging,
to be sold under an order of Sale in Par
tition made by the District Court of the
Second Judicial District in and for Cass
County, Nebraska, on the 12th day of
February A D. 1S72. Terms of Sale'one
third cash, one third in one year, and
one third in two years with interest on de
ferred payments at ten percent.
Jamt. M. Patterson, )
Conrad Heisel, V Referees.
George E. Draper. - )
by Sam. M. Chapman,
IT-it At Corwy far P'laDti
There in no rain whi-jh the Centaur Liniment
will not leileve, no swelling it will not Fubdue,
and no Jainenefs Thich it will not cure. This
hs strong lant-age, but it is true. here the
parts are not gone, its effects are marvelous. It
has produce! more -uros of rheuinati-in, ntu
ralgia, lock-jjw, palsy, sprain?, FwelliDgs, ear
ache, caked-breasts. scalds, burns, salt-rhoum.
Jtc-, vpon the human frame, and of strains,
Fj avin. r113. upon 'animals in one ye:ir
than have all otcr pretended remedies since
the world becan." It is a counter-irritant, an
all-healing paia-relicver. Cripples throw away
their crutches, the lame walk poisouous bites
are rendered harmless and the wonnded are
healed without a scar. It is no humbug. The
recipe is published around each bottle. It is
selling as no article ever before sold, and it tells
because it does just what it prctei-ds to do.
Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain
or swelling deserve to suffer if they w ill not ui
Centaur Liniment. More than 1000 certificates
of remarkable cures, including frozen limbs.
chronic-rheumatism, ireut, running tumours,
Ac. have been received. We will send a circu
lar containing certificates, the recipe. Ac, gra
tis, to any gijo rcfjue.n'ng it. One bottle of the
yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one
hundred dollars for spavined or eweenied hor
sesond mules, or for screw-worm in sheep.
Stock-owner- this liniment is worth your at
tention. No family should be without Centaur
Liuimenu J. li. Uo.sk A Cc, New York.
4'nMoriu is more than a substitute for Cas
tor Oil. It is ib.3 only ne article in existence
which is certain to assimilate the food, regulate
the bowels, cure wind colic and produce natur
al sleep. It contains neither minerals, mor
phine or alcohol, and is pleasant to take. Chil
dren need not cry and mothers may rest.
The office of City Marshal is much
sought after in this town. It is an
important office. The welfare of the
city is -at stake ; the morals of the
community are in his bauds. The social
evil depends entirely on his energy and
perseverance lor its subjugation, las
sisted by the city aldermen, we are in
formed, just now, for the first time); the
duties are onerous, and the salary pro
pcrtionably exhaustive. There are many
candidates for this important gift from
the hands of the people
We started to "set up" the names of
all the candidates ; but the sorts of that
kind of type ran out, and we were
forced to stop. Among our most promi
nent citizens mentioned, are : First, the
old Marshal, Mike McGuirc, Doctor
Russell, P. D. Bates, Dave Fitzgerald,
Sam. Chapman, John Barnes, M. II
Hathaway, L. C. Stiles. A. W. Prole,
Dick Streight, F. M. McDonagh, J. A.
MacMurph, Nathan Waybright, El,
Buttery, Dan McKinnon, Prof. d'AIle-
mand,Jos. Connor, Frank Stadter, Paul
Braitsch, II. Newman, Bill Bryant,
Mickelwait, John Suhr, J, II. Stinch
, t,..,, .. ,,
comb, H lllctt Pottensrer, . U ells,
. . T ... V, i
Jacob Betts and Moses Dodge,
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All of the above citizen? are ready and
willing to sacrifice all their public and
private business in other directions,
their wives' relations, and any new,
fresh outsider's money that comes in, for
the public weal nnd welfare. Who tays
we arc not patriots?
Perhaps our readers think that our
article on the marshal business is a joke,
but we assure them that it is a fact and
in serious earnest. One of the candi
dates, Mr. Stiles, had occasion to com
mence his duties previous to being sworn
iu, or even to being elected as one may
say. A long legged, slouch-hatted Prin
ter lounged into the Herald office on
Tuesday, and after applying for work,
aud gassing somewhat, he informed the
Foreman and all others within hearing,
that ''he had worked in better effices
than they cou'd, or had. or ever would
seel! Stiles coolly took the young St.
Louis " emminent printer" by the arm
und walked him to the stairs. The fel
low says: "may be you'll be good enough
to come down on the street with me
now?" 'Ye's," says Stiles, '"just wait
till I get my hat," and he started for his
"Never mind," says St. Louis, you're
so d d big I'll get dry before I lick one
side of you guess I'll go and get a drink
first, and then come back, you wait here
till I come!" and he sloped.
Who 6ays Stiics won't make a good
marshal? Leave it to the crowd '
Call aud see the new giiter3 at the
shoe store, they are so beautiful, so good
and cheap. 4Stf
she goes there sho blows,'
mores ; no you don't ; bet
you quarter nary ice to-morrow" and
a thousand other variations of the same
Eiedley, have been the cries from the
banks of the river ever since Saturday
I'or the benefit of the uninitiated, or
those not living on the banks of old
muddy's ever-changing kaleidoscopic
banks, we announce that the Ice in the
Missouri commenced moving on Friday
last, so slowly that hardly anybody could
se it. So did the steamboats, the Presi
dent and Vice-President. All d;iy Sun
day the anxious populace wandered in
sections by divisions and platoons,
squads and groups, to the levee, and
watched, and waited, and betted, and
lost, and never paid their bets.
The ice never moved. Some sa'.d
that an injunction, by the Probate Court,
prevented its going out ; others thought
it was pious ice and didn't like to move
Sunday ; and others yet knew that Mick
elwait hadn't been able to finish caulk
ing the bottom of the Molly M.Gc,
and the ice was gallantly waiti: g until
"Molly" should be ready to shove in so
as to give her a col l bath and wake her
up for spring's work.
At last, on Monday forenoon, undr the
watchful eyes of th whole coist guard,
and by the direction of Captain Peter
Mann, of the V. P. B. & M. IL R the
first cake swusg loose from the shore
and sailed away down towards the
"John Fitzgerald," securely "ankered"
to a very unsafe support, if Mr. Mickel
waite can be believed.
Cake after cake followed, and before
one could realize it the whole river was
clear, and once mora the mi-hty Mis
souri "ran down to the sea."
The "President" steamed off in gal
lant style, and tho crowd dispersed to
their virtuous homes,, and the long, long
winter of our icy discontent t ia made
summer once again to the mind's eye by
the first frightful shriek of thai terrillo
As the budding peach trees ia Pottin
ger'e yard begin to show signs of warm
ing life and every tree aud plant opens'
anew its eyes cf life to show us that
welcome Spring is onca more at hand,
we notice many changes other than in
the vegetable world are going on around
Our old and long time tried and
true East Main street friend Wm. Stad
elmann, Esq., the celebrated clothing
man of Plattsmouth, has, like tho leop
ard changed his spots as well as his
clothes, arid the places that long have
known him shall know him no more. In
other . words, William has moved up
town nmoegst the Philistines.
Jacob Vullery, another old stand-bye,
has gone the 'way of all the righteous
upon the earth, and moved up higher,
and now holds forth in the splendid
uew store of John Fitzgerald, in the
new brick block north side of Main St., j
next to the bank. There, if you can't
find it now, you must be blind.
I). II. Wheeler & Co.. which means
that A No. 1 man, Lloyd Bennett, and a
long legged, ready mouthed, good na
tured, prime story-telling lawyer, Dan
has lately taken in and dene for, and of
whose future we all have yet to find out,
as I was saying, D. IJ. Wheeler & Co.
have moved over on the south side in
the old Express ' office, where Simpson
used to was, and Simpson, he has
moved into the east side of E. T. Duke
& Co.'s desk in the south end of the
fctore, Express Company and all what's
left of it here.
Joe Buttery has iiloved from the
rear right flank of his spacious drug
store to the front left parade ground
close by the stove, because a cold south
wind blew him out of his firt quarters,
and as Prole was gone to dinner he
might want to be handy to the front of
John Boone, the Birber, has moved
two doors down town and got closer to
the Herald which makes a shave come
oftener and handier.
Doctors Biack and McCrea are going
to tear down that infernal old . hen coop
of an office and build a fine and substan
tial brick parlor, where cholicky men
and tooih-aching ladies can be fixed up
in good shape as good as new, and sent
on their way rejoicing.
Meanwhile, Parmelo & Hathaway,
those two enterprisiiig lot owners and
eld residents of the city have promised
to paint the Her alt office all over,
spic span jailer arid blue, aud shiney as
ottin' hoss" and give us another
room down stairs if we want it, and so
wags the world.
Spring's a comin'.
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Best Fine cut and cigars at
38tf P. O. Book Store.
Vivian's is the place to buy your gro
ceries and provisions. 20tf
Lanre and well assorted stock of gen
eral merchandise at Clark & Plummers.
Try us. 2Sd.tr.
At Clark & Plummer's everything a
farmer needs can be found. Call and
see our stock. 28dtf.
Go to Vivian's for groceries aud pro
In the District Court of Nebraska in
and for Cass count'.
John Dill and the heirs of imam
Dill, deceased, Sarah Dill, widow of
V ilham Dill, and John Monfort, Ad
niunstrator ot the estate ot U lJJiam
George Jennings, Annie M. Jennings,
William E. Sheldon. Ad lia Sheldon,
lis wife, ('has. E. Bayley and Jc:;uie b
Jaylcy, his wife, John H. Bayley and
us wile, reward uoodeoougti and
Goodenough, his wife, James Sweet,
Julian Metcalf, A. Bowen, Attorneys
in fact and Trustees of the Stockholders
of the Farmers and Mechauics Store of
Nebraska City, William Horrigan,
Evander V. Barnuni, Leggett & Co.,
and Richard D. Simpson, as Receiver.
By virtue of an order of sale issued
to mj in the above entitled case, out of
the said court, I will, at one o'clock P.
M., on the 14th day of April, A. D.
1873, offer at l'ublie Sale to the highest
and best bidder, at the front door of the
Court House, in Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
the following described tracts of laud
The northeast quarter (i) of section No.
twenty-eight (28), in towuship ten north
of range thirteen east of the sixth prin
cipal Meridian in Cass county, Nebraska;
al-jO a part of the west half (A) of the
northwest quarter ) of section twenty
seven (27) adjoining (he tract first de
scribed, the Ltter tract being described
as commencing at the south-west cornt r
of the north-west quarter of section
twenty-seven, (27) in township ten north
of range thirteen aforesaid, running
thence north fifty one 51 J rods and six
teen (10) links; the-a east eighty (80)
rods; thence south fifty-one (51) rods,
and sixteen (16) links; thence west
eighty (80) rods to the place of begin
ning. Thj above tracts of land will be
sold on said day, separately, to sati-ly
the decree of the court in favor of the
plaintiffs against the defendants, aud as
the property and real estate of the de
fendants ; and at the same time and
place I will separately offer at public
sale, by virtue of the order of sale ia
this case, the remaining portion of the
west half (i) of the northwest quarter
(J) of section twenty-seven (17), in
township ten north of range thirteen
13eastin Cass County, Nebraska, ex
cepting the Hull house and lot, the
Hariman house and lot, and the
McGregor house and lot, as the prop
erty and real estate of tho defendants,
to satisfy the amount found due in the
above case to the defendants James
Sweet, Julian Metcalf and A. Bowen,
as trustees for the stockholders of the
Farmers' and Mechanics store of Ne
braska City. All of the land described
is to bu sold to satisfy mcitgages upon
Given under mv hand this 12th day of
.March, A. D. 1873.
J. Wr. Johnson,
Sheriff Cass Co., Neb.
Stevenson. & Uayward, .
50-5r. Artcineys for Plaintiffs.
Bv virUie of a license and order of
sale entered bv the District Court of Ne
brasks, in and for the second Judicial
District fitting in Douglas County, in
the bJ-utsf Of the estate of Lnos W U
liams, late of said Douglas County, de
ceased, under the seal of said court, and
to me, the undersigned, directed, as ad
ministratrix of said estate, I will offer
for sale and st'll at public auction to the
highest bidder," on the 24th day ot
March, A. D. 1873, at 12 o'clock at noon
(holding said sale open for ene hour
thereafter; at the door cf the building
in which the District Court in and for
Cass County was last held in the city of
Plattsmouth, the following described
real estate, fo-wit.: dot seven (i) in'
Block thirty five (35), Lot six (0) in
Block thirtv-six (3f), and Lit one (I) in
Block forty two (42), all in the city of
Platt-mouth, County ot l.ass and Mate
of Nebraska, to pay the debts and
charges against said estate.
Administratrix of said estate.
By virtue of an order of sale issued
by the Clerk of the District Court with
in and for CVs County, Nebraska, and
to me directed, wherein llliani A.
Khoden is Plaintiff, and William Colvin
and Mary Colvin are defendents. I will
on Monday the 24th day of March, A;
D. lSiJ. at ona o clock 1. M. ot said
day.at the front door of the Court House
iu Plattsmouth in said Cass County, of
fer for sale ot public auction the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
Tha cast half (i) of the northwest
quarter (J.) of section No. seven (7) and
the southeast quarter ( 1) of the south
west quarter (i) ot section No. six (0) m
township No. eleven (11) north of ranee
No thirteen (13), east of the Oth P. M.
Also the following described tract com
mencing three (3) chains and fifty-six
(50) links sout'.i of the northeast corner
of the northeast quarter (J) of the
southwest quaiter (1) cf section No. six
(0) in township No. eleven (11) north of
range No. thirteen (13) east of the Oth
1'. M., thence west ihree (3)
chains and fifty-six (50) links,
thence south west twenty three
(23) chains aud twenty-six (20) limes on
a line running to the southwest corner
of said Fort, thence cast eighty (v'O)
rods, and thence north to the place of
beginning, containing in all one hundred
and thirty-nine ami 30-100 acres, situate
in Cass County, Nebraska, to be sold to
satisfy a decree rendered at the January
term A. D 1872. and on the first day of
February 172 of said Court in favor of
said l'iaintiff aud against said defend
ant. Given under my hand this 19th day
of February, A. D. 1 S73.
J. V . Johnson,
Sheriff Cass Couuty, Neb.
Sam. M. Chapman,
47 5t. I'iaintiff's Attorney.
jVOTICE is hereby given that by vir-
tue of an Tder ofa!e issued by the
Clerk of ho JMstrict Court within and
for Cass C.-.. Neb., and to me directed
wherein William Stadelmann is" l'iaintiff
and August Murphy is Defendant, 1 will
on Monday the 14th day of April, A.
D. 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day,
at the front door of the Court House in
the city of Plattsmouth, iri said County,
offer for sale at public auction the fol
lowing real estate, to-wit :
Lot No. sixteen (10) in block No.
three (3) in Stadclmann's addition to the
City of Plattsmouth, Cass County, N
braska,her'.'oTore attached a3 tho prop
erty cf said Defendant, and to be sold to
satisfy a decree rendered at the Septem
ber adjourned term A. D. 172. and oi
the 12th day of December, A. D. 1872,
against the said Auust Murphy, and iu
favor of the said William Stadelmann.
Given under mv hand this 12th day
of March, A. D 1.873
J. W. Johnson,
50 5 Sheriff Cass Co., Neb.
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice is hereby given that on the
15th day of April. A. D. Is7l, Win.
F. Morrison made and delivered to Calvin
H. Parmelc a chattel morfeage which
is duly recorded iu Book "E" of cha'ttl
mortgages, Pa-re 187. of the Records of
Cass County, Nebraska, upon the follow
ing de.-cribed personal property, to-wit :
All my part of the lca-e cn the east
half of lot nine (1), in block thirty (30),
as designated cn the recorded plat of the
city of i'lattsmouth, Cass County, Ne
braska, together with all my part of the
interest in the building and improve
ments thereon with all tools, blocks and
other fixtures now in and belonging to
my Meat Market sit uated on said prem
ises and did at that time convey to said
Calvin H. Partnele the above described
personal property' for tha purpose of se
curing the payment of one certain prom
isor' note drawn for $005 payable on the
18th day of Sepetmber, 1S71 that there
is now due and payable on said note the
sum of $70'.J 45 and cost?, and that
default lias been matte in the payment
of said chattel mortgage, and the said
Wm. F. Morrison is hereby notified that
on Saturday the 29th da of March, A.
D. 1S73, the undersigned will by virtue
of a Power of sale the said Mortgage
to ilained sell at auction to the highest
1 i Ider for cash, at the front door of the
Court House in said county, between the
hours of 10 A. M. and 4 p. M. the above
described personal property the proceeds
of said sale be applied in pay ment of
said note and chattel mortgage. .
Calvin II. Parmele.
Sam M. CnAPMAN l'iaintiff.
Plt'ff's Att'y 49w2t,
John V. Farweil & Co.,
MONROE & FRANKLIN STS .,
And dealer in all kinds of
xais street, (third door eat of P O
"Repairing and Varnishins; neatly non;
Potters!- ttnttftd et rtre pfcfrtwt r-t er !
The I Jnde. signed has ois hand and is
AH kinds of
At hii Mill at the Ferry Landing at Plattsmouth
Orders Promptly Filled.!
NEW" DRUG STORE,
DP' ALER in Dru?s, Medicines. Paints. Oils
Varnish. Perfumery, taioijary. Notions
Cisars and Tobacco
THE "VICTOR" S. Rl. CO.'S
NEW SF.WING MACHINE
Runs very Eaty.
Runs very Faft.
Runs very Siil!;
Has a New Shut tie superior to all othors.
Great Improvements in Needle.
Cannot bs Set Wrong.
3 Agents Wanted.
Address THE "VICTOR" S. M: CO.
4 Tenth tt., 4 doors west of Rroa lway, N. Y.
NEW HAVEN ORGAN CO.
Manufacture the Cclebatsd
ffubilec and Temple
These Orgata ore tinsarpaf.'cd in-quality of
tone, style of finish, simplicity of ct nstruution,
r"AIso. MKLODKOXS In vtrious ttles end
unequalled in tone.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
Address Nkw Havbs Okoas Co.
New Haven. Conn.
Accnts Wanted. 46-Cic.
Lo:k to Your Children.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
MRS. I Cures colic and pripinar inlPrice
Whitcomb's the bowels, and f'-tcilitat ! 7
Syrup. the process of teething. Cents.
MRS. i Sublines convulsions nnd; Price
Whitcomh's overcomes all diseases inei-j
Syrup. dent t.infuiiis nnd children. Cents.
MRS. i Cures Diarrh'ca. Hysento-I Price
?hitcomb's ry andsuiiunttrcoinplitint !
Syrup, ichliilren of ail uges. IConli.
It is the trrent Infants' and Children'snSonth
in;r Remedy, in all disorders brought on by
tecthinsr or my other c:iuse.
Prepared by the tiratioa Medicine Co,, t
Sold by druggists and dealers in Mrdicinso
everywhere. dcelid di"v
H. J. STREIGJ1T,
AND PAPER DEALER.
-Posl Office ISuiluiiif-
i lcrabacd w tf.ts
T. W. SHANNON'S
FEED, SALE AND
P hit tsmouth. Nebraska ,
lam prepared to accommodate the public with
Horses, Carriages, JJug-trks nnd a No. 1 llr.'e
on short notice and reasonable terms. A Hac3
"'Irun to the stenmboatlandiug.ar.d uli p-rti
of the city when desired
January 1. ls'l iljrwt'
IMS. A. D. WHITC0SIB
Dress and Cloak Makci.
. Rooms three doors west of Brooks IIouso
CUTTIXa & FITTLW;
made a specialty.
3 Patterns of all kinds constantly on land
Omaha filarble Works.
M. J FEEN AN,
Manufacturer and IenTrin
ITALIANS A 4!rIF.Kir.9r MAKIM.i:.
3IO.V U.M K.M S, IIK.l IS I X I S
illaiitle & rurniturc
For specimen or woncmanship refer
to Smith's and allery's monu
ments in I'lattsmouth Cem
e t a r y
The patronage of Cass County is respectfully
solicited. dS5-w27-fiui .
PLATTSMOUTH MILLS! !
CORAD HEISEL ----- Proprietor,
Flour, Corn Meal, Feed. Ac., Always on hand
and for Sale at lowest Cash Prices,
"-The Highest prices paid for Wheat and
gsayParticular attention given to cus
Mt. Pleasant, Neb.
Bees leave to inform the farmers of
Cass County that he keeps a good No. 1
one mile north of Mt Pleasant
All kinds of iron work attend
ed to. Wagons' repaired. Farm im
plements carefully mended. lowest
prices and H work done on short notice.
Grain received in payment. Give ine
a trial. ClCAS TlFFANV.
KB I H i It k t "rJ Si II il i S i I "r
To tho East North tud Sciitbiust,
STATIONS. fTrR kbs 1 MAIL.
Leave P:-tLiuouth 3. cp. v. 6.0a.ei.'
Arrhe IT lingtoa T.O 13.60p.tu."
iicndota 11.15 a-tt. 4 b.
" Chi-ayoC.B.AQ.) S.l'i p. n , 7.00 a. m
" Peoria, " -'.jOa. id. 12.00 ft. e,
" IurpIisXU.it W. f;15p. ru. 0.25. m.
" Ciscinnatl " 11.00 p. ni. 4.15 p. u.
" Locansp't'T.PAWi c. r. Bi. .'J0a-iu.
" Columbus ' j 2 i3 a. m. E30 p. m .
tTU.Tl.rounh Cftr:' from Missouri lliver ! Cl.i
cmro. I luiiiiiipolid, Cincinnati, I,i;ar.spoil ted
Coiiiii-cii Tiis at t!io.? points with lines lc:: I
in 1o the Ea.-t. North and South.
This is the Jicit, ftrn.l, (Juicl.nt nr.J C7i-f
lr rot be deceived, bet obtain Tickets via
the Unrlinr'on nnd nit:o:i liiver Pnilroa'l.
A. K. TOL'ALIN. 0 K.1'J KK1M
Gen'l lickct A.-oni. (iun'l tup'f
Buying YcarGrten-houso and
DON'T send Fast for Plant when yon enu
get ju.-t a I cood for less money rua.-er
home. To my nuu.rrmis friend mi l pn trims '
would suy that I linvo trio laiVrrt and brj.
stoeK of plants ever iill'eroti for t lie in IU" weni
and propose to sell them at rciisoiiubie prions
lie sure a. scud fur my
New Descriptive Catalogue.
whvh will he sent frcto nil fr!n apply for if
Then f;ivo r.ie your orders, and I feel e onfJent
I can sntisfy you.
AUdro-s. .' X7. J. H FsRKR.
vob.l'i di-w 7'!a.i.mouth. Noa.
Down Town Barber Shop.'
J. C. BO. ONE,
One door from D. II. Wheeler's Office.
HAiS CUTTING, SHAVING AND SHAM
Ci-r!Ireias' Hair Cat.
L'c::sl sttestion k!vcp to this Urtnsa ot tbc.
Call and sco
15 CP IV K,
AnJ you will get a Uoon in a
GET THE I JEST.
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