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J THURSDAY. APRIL 24, Is 73.
J. A. UACiirRriIY.
From all parU of the State and country re
pectfully solicited for the IIkbald.
We do not read anonymous letter and cm
tnunications. The name and address of the wri
ter are in all case indispener le, as a guaranty
of good faith.
SEE om bPLOIHDIXI'B LIST.
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offered." It la our desire to place before the
freople of Cass Co. eyery opportunity for irfor
snation and instruction- To all those who w"::b,
to take any of the publication mentioned be
low we offer them at the following low rates :
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1 ist and r!art on an entirely cash haia, which
TTe shall endeavor to make our rule hereafter.
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Monthly, which is S3 for one year, to any per
son who pays us S-3.50
In addition to both P-eriodicals at the price
flamed, a choice from a list of extraordinary
Premiums is given to each subscriber to Dem
erit's Monthly. Among thee are a fine pair
of Chremo Pictures (Falls of Niagara and Yo
Semite Falls), worth $10 ; or a good Stereoscope
with a scries of view? ; besides numerous other
valuable premiums worth from two to ten dol
The best boys' and girls' magazine, and the
Nibrpka Herald at greatly reduced rates.
We will sand NgBaga IIerai.d and Demor-
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est's Young America if always sparkling with
entertaining atones, Fems, Music, Fuziles,
lamed. Travels, and other pleasant features
Tm nrVrfilsel v illustrated, and cannot fail to
amuse, instruct and elevate, and assist to make
the lives of youthlul Americans usetul, truth
fal and happy-
It is proposed that the Kansas edito
rial fraternity be invited to meet tha
Nebraska nnill drivers and have a
eplarge on or about the 20th of May.
The St. Louis Globe heads a theatri
cal ciiticism :
"SOTHERN AS BAVID GVRIUCK."
Who is Bavid Gvrrick, we don't know
The New York correspondent of the
St Louis Globe thinks that Sothern has
played the idiotic dundreary so long
that he can play no other character to
A curious crime has been committed
in New York. A Gas Collector was
struck in the head, for the purpose
of robbing him, it ft supposed, while
collecting a gs bill from a Doctor, on
Chambers street. The co'lector say the
Doctor struck him, and the Doctor says
a strange patient struck him. Both
men were injured, and the Collector is
not expected to live.
Mr. Wm. B. Porter shows us a letter
from Nansom Bartholow & Co., of
St. .Louis, in which they they say
that the "Trunk 'JLino of Pack
ets' will be put on, and tha ''St. Luke"'
leave Saturday next, and other boats
will soon follow.
Corn and oats can be shipped b'y this
Line at 27 cents per hundred pound to
St. Loui.-, or 50 cents per hundred to.
New Or.eans. This is good neirs for
our farmers and ought to make their
EOITTS PLATTE EPISCOPAL
The Clergy of the Protestant Episco
pal Church south of the l'i.ute, met in
Convocation, at Nebraska City, on the
17th inst. Six clergymen and the BLsh
op were present.
The principal subject of discussion
was "a general fund for the sustentation
of the clergy in place of the parochial
. I . 1 1 I A
support, or ratuer me lac-K or it, as
now ha J ;" also resolutions were passed
that no clergyman m the Diocese should
receive les than' $800 dollars a year,
and signifying a willingness on the part
of those whose salaries were more than
that sum to make up to those having
less by an equitable distribution of the
excess. . We glean this information from
the Nebraska City Frets.
5ujpcs;a Sliciie ITsar f a?i!U:a St&tkr.
Papiilion, Neb., April 29.
The body of a man was found to day
two miles west of here v near the R. R.
tiack with a bulW hole through his
breast aod a pitol lyine near him. It
i supposed thit he committed suicide.
He was a German and his name is un
known. ' He came here from the Eat
looking for some friends who could net
be found. He acted strangely the few
days he wa here and it is believed his
mind was deranged. No particulars can
be given cntill the coroner has time to
hold an inquest, which will te some
time during the evening.
A man named Mr. Neidham, living
about ten miles northwest of Pawnee
City committed suicide by banging on
the 12th inst.
Saml. S. Cook, a blacksmith of Ge
noa, Nebraska, was killed by the acciden
tal explosion of a rifla which be had
fastened in- a vice and was cutting a place
for the insertion of a new sight, when
the gun- discharged, lodging the contents
in his abdomen.
"John quickly extemporized five tow
baps." . Read this and see if it does not
xnuio-aU the letfor of the alphabet.
Proceedings of the 13th Annual M. E.
Conference, which conyened at
riattsmonth, Nebraska, Friday ,April
Flattsmoutii. April 23 S A. M.
Conference met pursuant to adjourn
ment, Bibop Andrews in the chair.
Religigious services by Rev. D. B.
Iinutes of yesterday's proceedings
were read, corrected and approved.
The tenth question was resumed.
Has the character of all the minister
Rev. S. P. Van Doozen, Presiding
Elder of Covington District, red his
report. The District is flourishing.
The settlement in part of the District
being new, Mission funds .and support
were almost impossible, as the settlers
bad all they could do to raise crops to
support themseJres; but the promises
for the future are bright.
The grasshoppers at Madison were in
such force a. outdo the representatives
of the Church. During the year he has
preached 140 times and attended four
cauip meetings, besides ordinary tueet-
On motion, Bro. John II. De LaMa-
tyr was granted permission to go to the
mountains, on account of ill health.
Rev. B. C. Parker was located.
Rev. D. W EI wood was granted su
On motion, Bro. Peter Linguist s re
lation was changed, at his own request,
as the mission was abolished. He in
tends to return to Switzerland, his fath
er-land, to meet his family and take care
of them. The Bishop was not able to
state, without thinking, whether Bro.
L. could not be retained on trial, and
granted leave of absence.
Bro. L. thought during the time he
had been here he had got some new
ideas of freedom, and he would return
to his native country with useful leson
A resolution was proposed requesting
the Bishop to clothe Bro. L. with some
authority, by recommending bim to the
people of his native country.
Rev. L. F. Whitehead, was, at hi
own request, granted a supernumerary
12th O. Who are admitted or taken
Nebraska District Stokely D. Rob-
bert, T. J. Newman, admitted.
Iancoln District Wm. M. Wiley,
Omaha District C.ilmar McCune
Beatrice District Albert Goss,
Omaha District Daniel Davis.
Several names were presented to be
received on trial, but as they had no
been examined before the oommitto,
leave was given to .withdraw recom
Omaha District Reverend Richard
Rev. Elijah J. Willis, from the M
Protestant Church, admitted to the Con
P. V. Lan.lon, of the U. B. Church,
was recognized as a local Elder.
Rev. Hiram Head of the U. B.
Church, was recoguized as an Elder in
this Church. He was then admitted on
trial. It was s'ated that he was a mem
ber of the Grand Army cf the Repub
liiand the U. B Church, was about to
discipline him for belongina to a secret
society, whereupon he wiihdiew from
the U. B. Church. He is a u-er of to
bacco, but he promised to abstain there
from for gratification, as speedily as pos
sible. He was received on trial.
David C. Brannan was received as an
Omaha was selected as the place to
hold the next Conference, by unanimous
Rev. T. B. Lemon, from Committee
on Church extension, resolutions indors
ing the parent society.
Rev. Geo. Alexander offered a resolu
tion requesting the Bishops to change
the time for holding Conference from
the spring to the fail of the year. It
was urged by those who bed experience
in moving that the srriag is alway
stormy, wet and unpleasant, whikt the
fall is beautiful, lovely and dry. The
resolution was adopted by a vote of 23
On motion, it was
Resnhed, That the next Conference
be held eith?r next fall or spring as the
Bishops may determine.
The General Missionary Committee re
ported an 1 among other things recom
mended that Pastors b9 instructed to
make detailed statements of the Mission
ary fund. Adopted.
Mr, Cameron urged upon the confer
ence the propriety of doing away with
the credit sy.-tem in the book concern.
A vote of thanks was voted to the K.
C, St. Joe., & C. B. R. R., for courtesy
in transferring men.bcrs of the confer
ence. W. W. AlJerson was recommended
for ordirration as Deacon, by the author
ities from Montana, requesting this con
ference to elect hira to Deacons orders.
Adjourned till 2 o'clock p. m.
The Seminary has been located at Lin
coln, on crtn lition that 20 aeres of land
and $50,000 are raised in the next six
months. If not complied with other
places can compete.
Plattsmouth, Neb., April 23, '73.
Conference Convened. .
The bord of Conference Trustees rec
oaimended that the board be increased,
which was agreed to as follows:
Rev. J. B. Max field, Chairman, Ceo.
Alexander, Clerk, J. G. Miler, A. G.
White, T. B. Lemon, Vf. B. Slaughter,
M. Pritchard, II. T. Davis, and S. T.
Van Doozcr, Ministers, and E. II. Rog
ers, W. E. Heller, M. L. While, D W.
Scott, J. L. Livingston, and W. A.
Reports from committees on Sunday
Schools and Education.
Resolution offered making Lincon the
place at which to locate the Seminary,
on condition 20 acres of land and $50,000
were docated and in the event it was not
done nntil six months then to locate at
pucti plsco as will comply with th above
conditions. " - -
Rev. A. J. Swartz, from the commit-
tet on Ministerial Support, reported 1st:
hat tho Ministers of this conference
were not all supported as they ought to
be by the role of the church and the
doctrines of the New Testament.
The Secretary was instructed to get
,000 blanks and circulars among the
L. Swartz, A. Adair, and Wehn were
appointed committee to draft constitu
tion for preachers and society and report
at next session.
Collection taken op for benefit of Bro.
Terman and sister Bright.
Committee on periodicals reported.
The committee on temperance report
ed and we regret that our space will not
admit of our publishing the report.
A liberal collection was taken up to
defray expenses of publishing minutes.
Abbreviated report of statistical com
mittee was ordered to be printed in min
Mission committee reported for No
Resolutions of thanks to the Bbhop
for his able, dignified and impartial man
ner in which he presided over the con
ference and conducted its business.
Also, thanks to the church and citizens
of this place for their liberality and hos
pitality, extended to the members of the
convention, and left their prayers that
God's richest blessing might abide wtth
this place and its citizens.
The Bishop made the followinc nomi
nations, which were approved:
Also, thanks to the B. & M. Railroad
for kindness ia transporting members of
this conference at reduced fare.
The conference closed.
Of M. E. State Conference.
T. B. Lemon.
T. J. Newman.
W. S. Blackburn.
J. V. Taylor.
TV. B. Slaughter.
To be supplied.
D. F. i:odab.uth.
S. I. Koueris.
L. V. Smith.
"W. A. Bresson.
Suprlied by J. Buriinnane.
J. AV. Martin.
D. J. Ward.
J. B. MAXFIELD,
S. I Wilson.
T. A. Hull.
Supplied by E. Wilkinson.
To be supplied.
A. L. (loss.
W. D. Case.
D. B. Lake.
Supplied by II. C. Rhodes.
W. E. Morgan.
A. J. Swans.
A. T. DAVIS,
Lincoln, 1st charts,
C. S. Alexander.
To be supplied.
B. II. Beale.
J. D. Ci ipprn.
A. L. Foldcn.
W. B. M. Colt.
To be supplied.
A. G. Blackwell.
II. 1 Maim.
To be supplied.
D. C. Brannan.
To be supplied.
T. TV. Brookbank.
J. R. Reed.
W. ?.T. WorW.
S. II. Miinlov. nrofessor of lantruasro in the
State I'niversity and iiu-iiiIkt of Lincoln ;uur
S.'G. Miller, silent of State Tf-mperaneo So
ciety and member of Ashland Quarterly Con
ference. OMATIA DISTRICT.
G. W. DeLaMATYU,
Omaha 1st Church,
" . mission
IUuir and Calhoun,
J. II. Bresson.
J. M. Adair.
Suppled by W. II. Burt.
F. M. Estcrbrook.
To be supplied.
To be supplied.
C. A. King.
To be supplied.
Supplied by J. Frazer.
D. S. Davis.
A. G. WHITE, rKEsiDio Eldek.
Keamey, Supplied. D. A. Crowelf.
Grand Island, To be supplied.
St. Paul, Richard Pearson.
Clarksvillo, To be supplied.
Orvilie, C. I Smith.
Overton, Supplied, W. J. Wi. on.
North riatte. To be suppled.
Juniata, R. II. Crane,
Harvard, E. J. Will is.
Little Blue, Supplied, by F. Penney,
Red Cloud, S. B. York.
Franklin, To be supplied.
Republican City, To be supplied.
Arapahoe, To be supplied.
Upper Republican To be supplied.
S. P. VaxDOOZEK.
Dakota and Covington,
Supplied, J. S. Orr.
J. II. AVehn.
Supplied by J. Fowler.
To be supplied.
To be supplied.
Supplied by J. Wolf.
AV. II. Porter.
C. AV. Wells.
AV. E. Bassctt.
To be supplied.
Supplied, by J. Charles.
S. T. Bollman.
On Saturday last a little accident
h tp- en id to occur on the O. & S. W.
R. R. near Bellevue. An engine and
tender were dumped, and the nose of
several freight cars bmatbed in. No
A stranger wants to know what it is
that makes the water in the Missouri
river so dirty. DirN we gass.
- - 2KTEIC7 C072T.
The following catea were disposed of
at the last term of the Dictrict Court for
Cass county :
Wheatley Mickelwaitr D. W. Palm
er & B. & M. R. R. Co ; decree in favor
of plaintiff, as prayed.
Doom Bro. & Co. vs James E. Hol
land , judgment in favor of pl'ff for
Thos. Hogan r F. A. White, ct ah ;
judgment in favor of pl'ff. fur $105 20.
James Sweet & Co. vs A. J. Wads
worth, et al ; case to U. S. District
Court lor Nebraska.
McCartny, et iL, vs F. A. White, et
a!. ; judgment vs def'ts for $223.15.
John MwGiunety vs A. J. Wadsworth
et vl. ea.-e transferred to U. S. District
Court of Nebrur-ka.
Mary A. Johnson, by her next friend,
vs C. II. I'armele and L. F. Johnon ;
petition dismissed far want of equity, at
cost of pl'ff.
Stephen B. BiisSe'd vs N. and W.
Agnew ; dismissed at cost of pl'ff.
Edward Heller and Peter Gerkin ts
E. II. Ea'on and Sarah M. Eaton ;
judgment in favor of pl'Ss for $742.50,
Levina Whituey vs James Simpson,
A. G. Elliott, and A. B. Lunt ; verdict
iu favor of deft's.
Moses Whitney r A. B. Lunt, James
Simpison, George Ediott and James
ll.iwke ; di.-missed at cost of pl'ff.
Conrad IleiscI vs Agust Whecland ;
judgment vs deft for $1003.70, and or
dor of sale of attached property.
Isaacc Wiles vs Cass county ; motion
for new trial overruled, judgement on
Thos. F. Robbins vs J. II. Ilogan ;
foreclosure judgmsnt $200.SS. in favor
of pl'ff, and order of ale of mortgaged
J. D. Simpson vs Lelia Simpson ; de
cree as prayed in petition.
A. B. Smith r F. M. Dorrington and
II. M. VanArman ; judgment as per
E. A. Wiggenhorn vs Clinton & Cra
bel ; judgment in favor of pl'ff, $015.00.
B. & M. R. R. Co. ts The County
Commissioners; dismissed without
prejudice, at cost of pl'ff.
Li via Johnsou is James Johnson;
decree of divorce granted, on ground of
Laao Weil and Iaa ? Cahn r Tl II.
Eaton ; judg't vs deft for $153 o0
O. E. Tyler is A G. Barnes, to Lu
cind a Barnes; judg't in favor of pl'ff
Tlo; 1st National Bank of Plalt.-ni -uth
vs Moses Dodge and J. C. Gil'iiore ;
judg't in favor of pl'lT for $1107.80.
Dodd, Brown & Co. ts'IVl I & Eaton;
ju liiiuent in favor of pl'ff, $540.10.
Tootle, Barleigh & Co. vs White &
Spires; dismissed at cost of pl'ff.
C. II. Parmele vs J. M Ilinehnian
and Alice B. Ilinchman, ; forec!oure ;
judg't iu favor of pl'ff, for $308 14, aud
order of sale.
Alfred II. Wis9 vs D. II. Ramey, L
ander W. Frione and John Barney;
julj?ment in favor of pl'ff, fir $409.70-
A: II. Wise is John Ward, 11. A.
Everford. Samuel Carter and F. J. Met
teer; judgment in favor of pl'ff for
The B. & M. R. R. Co. V3 James E
Grove; judg't iu favjr of pl'ff, for
The 3Ioiiae Plow Co. vs Doom Bro
Co. ; foreclosure ; judgment in favor of
pl'ffs for $S13.50, and order of sale.
Martha K. Parinele vs A. C Robine ;
foreclosure ; judg't in favor of pl'ff for
$594.61, and order of sale.
D. M. Kelsey vs D. D. Andrews ;
foreclosure; judg't in favor of pl'ff for
$;21.90, and order of .-ale.
Fir.--t National Bunk of Plattsruouth
r E. T. Dake and L. D. Bennett, ex
ecutors of the estate of S. Dake, de
ceased ; judg't in favor of pl'ff as per
Jirus E. Neal vs Thomas Husfco ;
confirmation of sale.
T. B. Gordon ts A. II. Townsc-nd ;
confirmation of sale.
James ilodirart vs Henry MeShano
and Elltn MeShane ; confirmation of
Wm. Stadelmann vs August Murphy;
confirmation of sale.
Ballantine & Brag vs Geo. Jennings
et al; confirmation of sale.
John Dill et til, vs Geo. Jennings et of ;
confirmation of sale.
Maxwell & Chapman vs McNeiison
and Labtila McNeiison ; confirmation
Saturday, April 19th, Court adjourned
until Friday, April 25 h. A. D., 1S73.
The Brownville Advertiser tells of a
lady of Brown v.lle, who followed her
husband to the saloon, and wish a club
which she carried. demo!ihed beer gins
ses and made havoc of thinirs generally.
The Marshal ordered the saloon vacated
and a row ensued, in which several per
sons got mixed up.
The next day the lady wa arrested, at
the instance of the f-aloon keeper, and
pleal guiity, was fined three dollars and
cots, which sin; refused to pay, where
upon she was sent to jail. She was re
leased ou a writ of error, and the cae
will be continued at the next District
Kearney Junction is out of stamps.
We learn from various Western county
exchanges, that the farmers lost cattle
and horses largely in the recent Know
The Blue Valley Record, ha ben
merged into the Lincoln Leader.
The May number of Demorcst's
Monthly Magazine presuuu its u-ual
array of beauuful novelties iu the way
of Stories, Household matters, Spring
Fashions, original Music, etc. The
amount of useful information and enter
taining literature in each number of this
model Magazine makes it a marvel of
Two Oil Chromos, worth $10, are giv
en as premium to each subs riber. Ad
dress W. Jeneings Demorest,
38 Broadway, N. V.
The Best Juvenile Magazine Demo-
best's Youica America. This Month
ly Magazine contains a large amount of
entertaining and useful reading matter
for children besides numerous attract
A Combination Puzzlo Picture is a
feature of each number. Yearly, $1.
W. Jennings Demohest,
833 Broadway, N. Y.
Friday, April 18
A dispatch, date 17th states that the
repDrted death of Eugene Hovcy proved
true. Troops R. & F. appeared from
Col. Green's troops with the medicine
flat; which h id waved in front of Cipt
Jack's strong hold, and the scalp of Sear
faced Chatley who was found wounded
in the cave, as also a squaw who was
captured and turned over to the Warm
Spiing Indians, twenty of whom are
finhting with us. Our side has now tak
en five sca'ps in the fight. The Indians
have only the scalp of the boy Hovey.
From officers who came in with the
cavalry we learn the enemy have been
driven from their strong hold. They are
travelling toward Willow Spring, or for
the country between Clear and Goo-c
Lakes. The cavalry will start for the
country East of the old emigrant road
from Oregon. Tho throe days fight
re.-uk in the t' -fal lo-s often wounded
and five killed from both wings.
All available troops of San Francisco
are ordered to the front. It is the opin
ion of experienced army officers that if
the Modocs escap- from the lava beds
other tribes will join them requiring a
larger force to subdue them.
Ti lt prams from Gen. Giil-m state
that th Modocs arc still in the lava beds.
A number were killed by explosion of
s .ells. Fchnnfchin, the recon i chief is
dead. Coi. Maon has moved into Capt.
Jacks lair. Bo lies arc scattered round
and the !ter.eh is terril.de.
Friday, April 18.
A rnriior j revaiN ;: London that the
Pop died this morning.
A run is i'npctidiug in Malaga, Spain
Martin M. Hugo and wife were found
dead in a cistern, at Hartford, Wi-con-
Henry Fatieb, who murdered Peter
Shafer last fall, was executed at Syra
cos", N. Y., to-day.
Saturday, April 19.
A mother and daughter named Coop
er were i'rozMi to death during the late
storm, near Sr. Paul, in Howard county,
Nebraska. A family of four, named
Hay ward, aie also iuissirig, and several
parties have been found frozen to death
n-.jar Lon3 Tree.
The troops fit Yauktou, Dakota, bad
to abandon tluir camp, th cifizens of
Yankton opening their doors to them.
It is fe-i red sever;! of the men have
got lost and frozen to death.
Senator Sumner's health does not im
New York, April 19.
The Griind Jury instead of finding &n
iodieujient for violation of the u-ury law,
have made application to the le gisla
ture to repeal the law s far a? U applies
to city and county cf New York.
Tho Jury in the SchofieM wife mur
der case cune irito court at miduight,
wirh a verdict of murder iu the second
Tii- prisoner was senteneed,to impris
onment for life.
It is said that the tax department of
this city h-ivc sued the Pacific Mail
Steam-hip Company for tax o:i their
property, which is worth $2,000,000.
Ttif? British Counsel apprehending
that McDonald, of the Bank of England
forgeries, may escape from the Ludlow
Street Jail, has hired an fdSe-er of that
institution to keep constant wtch over
Th Sleambout train on the Stoning
ton & I'rovidenen R lihoad, Coimeciieur,
this morning f ll through the bri Ice nt
tlich'POTid. Six enrs were burned, and
twenty p Tsons are snpj))-'e,i to have
been ki led. The a?;i lent was caused
by a fresh t washing the raii away.
The train was ail burned but the suk
i vtg car rt;i ! o;ri e thcr.
Tuesday April. 22.
Judgo I?:ady has senteinied StoUes to
St-j:e pri-'n f,r life.
Hon. James Brooks is lying very i.l
: ::w youk, April 22. i873
Money Aetive at 1-502 1 60
Gold Fir m at i L$
Corn lyss active", ...
Oat.- Kasier -
April 22, 1873.
$5 0;;.fG 75
$3 ;.0-'crG 30
' $5 25 5 ;",0
Mr. Fox, of the Lowell Register
railed on the II ERA LP on Tuesday and
expatiated on the merits of the cele
brated sand hill country where Moses
II. raises the big corn.
Mr. Stocking, the sheep-raiser snd
T.mes writer, was in town, thy say,
but forgot to call on the HERALD.
R Baxter Windham Esq, an old res
dentj of Plattsmouth has ju-t returned
from the Ann Arbor (Mie-M university ;
where he baa been studying Law and
Plattsmouth Las two as good uouiing
mills as you can findin the West.
Satan is tbe first tramp mentioned in
history; he went to and iro on tho earth
Iwkiojj f t a j"b.
West Point is about to start a starch
They had a typographical lion at La
Crose the other night. A drunken
printer hopped out of a four-story win
dow. Estray Notice.
Taken up by the subscriber, at Eight
Milft-Grove, Cas County, Neb. March
28th, 1S73. oue Texas cow, red and white
brand on right hip: under bit off the left
car. -quarecrop off the right.
April 5th, U73.
Ben J. Ar8TrN.
M. J. O'NV.l vs. P. II. O'Neil.
To P. II. O'Neil, You are hereby no
tified that an attachment wa isued by
me in favor of the above Plaintiff and
acainst the above named Defendant, for
the sum of sixty-three dollors ($63) and
t ml set for Saturday the 31st day of
May 1873. at 10 o clock a. in. said day.
at which time judgment will be rendered
acainst you if you do not appear and
show cause to the contrary.
3-5t Justice of the Peace.
Plattsmouth, April 12th, 1873.
FURfiS ITU R E
Th os. W. S4hryock,
And dealer in nil kinds of
btrktt, (third door .-l of P O
Plattsmouth - Nsb
Rojairia and Vnrti?hinK neatly una.
Funerals rMerplod cn tbe "orteirt not.ce1
$4 K 4,f-U
T am now i)reiar(R. to fur
nish the best unadulterated
milk . HU
TWICE EVERY 0 AY
to all parties i3otify?n me.
23oli fos- th JlUlinti I
i ' i
MARRiaGrj: A j riviiic 'emiHH-li.r to f!i
CiUiOE:. , Marritd or tbixci;il)ut to mar
j .tj on the pliyAolngical inster
ana rfv(.l;ti.ii.o of the spxaul sytm. the
l:iiet"io()verie in r .rmt'ioinxandl nreventing
f.tW nnif, how tu i'rrerre the- .eniiili siun &e.
Thi i.- nn intrctin4 work ot'lnrro hundred
nd twer.ty-l'our p;'.ntr. wirh nuiue eat entrrnv
iniri. and c'nl:iiii- viu:ibie bifOruiatinu for
i.jfe wl.ii fire i!ir.rrifd. r contain j.latc mr
rii.vc. Still, it is a biok thut o-jxht to be kept
uii ifr 1-x-k and key. and net,: laid carelessly
wui the nousc. f j
Soi.? to orr: on ('fre ofnost-ijte) far V) eortts.
A.i.ln-s L)r. Hut-..;' lMspi.-iaiw.iKo. 12 li
Lihi'i irc-si. m. Loui. Mo. i
Xotii'e to th,? Aflii'.'. od ariiUnfcrtunftle.
Hcre apply ii;et the n.irku quaokn who
t. vertigo m ptiblio papers, r.r itsin ai:y quack
remli.-5. puru.e Ir. Iritis' work no mattei
wiiii! ynjrdtiiase is or nw dep.grablo your
Ir. liutt? e-.n hr c.-nsiiltel. i-rf onslly or by
mail, en t!ie i!isonf.- mcntinrsr I in Jiis works.
'Miire. No. VI N. KishMi street, SeiKfen Market
aii'lCi.csuiit Si. Loui.-. Mo. do2dwlv
Sljiltol: Iloi !., liar l:ettor1.
'TiPfen Jst published. now f ditin-i r.f
l.r. cd eri 'Jf 4'r !-(.
'ssfy on the r-irtit fure iwith
"Ut ilieiifiTip ! cf vl i? . Tiio m k r i
or Setninal Ytp.ikncs. invo.ontirv Seminal
Lessee Ivpotkwcv. .Mental imd Physical in
ciipneity. J Pi-edicjeutM to "In--iiiKe. cu:.;
CosriTioN, Kpilrpsy. ii'id f i -fi. induced by
self iiK'u!,-nt!0 or pes mil vxfjvaiiric.o.
f-l'ri''' in sealed etirel're. oni y 6 cent.
' he u lebi nted jui!nir. in tUia n.liniriible e.i-
i-ny. near') 'iciiio'triitfK ir -bi a thirty years'
Fu- cessl il pnu 'ice. thnt th-smUrininc cobso
qyeiicc.s of Mll"-ahne may b riicaliy cured
without the tic of in'crrial niodioinor the ap
plication of the knife : pointing o t a mode of
euro at one inide. ccrtnin, nf ffectaal. by
nioiins of which orcry nutl'crer, n mat'er what
hi? c.-mliti'in may be. moy cure h: utself cheas
ly. privaiely, and ra.lifnlly. j
tTi;i lecture cliould he the hands of
every yruth nd man in tho l.iud.
s,,nt. under fe.il, in a pliin envelope, to any
BJdrifs. postpaid, on rccc-j t c f .-jjt cent, or
two po-tine s'atnpp. t ' .
Also Dr. Culver's "Marri.tr t'aidc?' price
51" C'-nts. ,
Adoress the Publisher3, fit
chas. i. c. kmkf . co.
'osi 04 J 1oi. .M0.
r ! 1
iers .; !
. Wiiit'oic Soothina
'fruolor V.itifdru Terth.ab. '. i
il.i v:ilu.ib!e Lrcii:ir:iti:m h been ued
with NEVKX. t- AILING SL'CCES IX XIIOU
SAXbS OK CASKS. f j
It no nly relieves the ehild fro patn, Kut
in vi.ir:'.t'. s the stntn ich mid htwcij, correcMj
acidity, and ores tone au'l energy I tho whoie
'jvlcm. It wi.l also t ftanf ly roiiei
(irip''J t't Ih ? Itunrl i an l fiit'.' (tiler.
Wo helievo it the bet and !iurei?ti remedy in
theworid. in all c.i-es ot I (ysentery aiid Lir-
r-ia'i in children, w hether arrisijfg I roax tceth
intr t any o'her eau-e , 2
Oopeod upon it mother?, it will :riTO rst to
yourselves, und r '' f
tieiitfnnd H(Z th !o Your Infi pit.
Cesuro and cr.ll tor
"Mr., W'in-httr' nnlnlmr Fvrvp."
H .vinir tliefxcimile of "CU ItTI'i , 4 PAR
KIN'S" cn theontid wrat.per, v A
Sold by Iriiirgicti throughout 0i .world. 10
The Lincoln R c u t e.
T H K j : I
Sr. Joskph. TF.rcMstn. Topfk., T?a?stk Virr,
City. Whiie Cloud, I'osihCx,
KtNSAS CiTT. I i I
ClXCISSATI. Ist IXAPOI.I3. Col.t tiXi LoCI
T1LI.E. NiSHTIr.LK. MlHPHl?.' 4T-
ta.iooga, Mobile. Atla.a,..
And all the Points in tho
Suutlnvcst, South and houth-
Notice is hereby given that under anl
by virtue of the articles of incorporation
of the St Louis it Nebraska Trunk Rait
road Company, filed in the office of tb$
Soeretary ef the State of Nebraska, oi
the 21st day of August A. D. 1872.-4
Books wili be opened for subscription t4
the capital stock of said St. Louis & Net
braska Trunk Railroad Company, at th
State Bank of Nebraska m the city ol
Omaha on the 7th day of May, 1Si3.
J. A. Horracii 1
Ala'in Saunders I
A. S. Paddock V iDCornoratorsi
Clinton Briggs I i
John Fitzerat.d. 1
PUttsmoutri, Cass Co., Nebraska, April
4to, lhio- nto. j
Weeping Water, Nebraska.
nORTON k JKKKa.
II ATS. CAPS BOOTS. j
SHOES. NOTIONS, ki,
"We are Asent9 for j
Wiilcox &. Gibha Sewing Machine
SPREKG TIJADE, 187
rue v.s villi:, neb.
FURNAS, SONS & FEU RAND
Furnaand Son, Brownviilu, Nobrasta,
ati'l 1j. rcrrami, Detroit. Michiarij
bavo t'onsolidati' l their stocks (
an-J will hereafter conduct
lsii-inot-s at IJrywrivi.'io, ;
Neb., wlic-ru they j
oITer h"i larpot and uiost seVet gen
eral Nursery Stock ever offered, j
iu the West, consisting
in part as follows :
CO.OtO Choice S yczr old Apple Trees,
1im.ik "2 I
f.'oio. " 1
,..iu.uuO,w"..LJ.-2. S audi jcar.cJJ j.sr
r." 3 and' fTeir'cir CLorry
I t r c
1 nnd 2 year old Pesfh Trees,
1'luai, Apricot and Nectarine
4.nno.r00 No. 1 Honey Locust llcdge Plants,
li.IMtfi.dtrt ' 1 0-!re llrstiK'i ;
fi.ti.xJ.m Forest Tree Sceilini-e, J
l?"t).l.4l Evers-reeon. iu v.i:ieir.
lCKJ.OiW each li'ackhcrries, P.n.f pberrici and
.10.000 eieh Gooc;i)errie nn i Cnrrant",
O.DO Perpetual n"d lim binff Uosej,
10 (KM Floweriii? Shrubs,
10.0O0.OO0 WUlovr Cuttinf.
Coolfy's Knrly While, and
Adams Extra Earfy Corn.
Berkshire and Poland
J. R, Di'ley of Cass County will act a i cn
of lhee nurseries in this section. P. O. ad Jrcaa
Plattsmouth. Css county, Nebraska.
KTArmipoDdrnte Solicited. nrl
for t'.iUilrfUc.-A nl-tt
Repj:rers of Steam nsrineB. Boilers, Saw as4
iaa und Stemi rittin(?s, 'Wrought Iron Pipe
r i.ri;e and t iuuips. Meant ijusw, aiac
v Jve Governors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittin s,
furnished oa shart notice,
rtepaU ' on ihert notice. i
Of the condition of the J'heciz Inmrnnee Cora-
pany, o firooklyn, , V., on tho 1st day of
Cupital. ' Sl.WffiOfiO
Gross Surplus. 1.00i3i3 02
Cnh in Bunk,
Cash in 'oumo of transmis;on Ly
Loans on llond and Mortgage, at 7
Cail loans on U. S. Bonds, Ac, at 7
Bills Receivable for Marine rreo.i
um. United M'ltes, Stato and County
Bond, market value.
Uncollected Premiums, Fire and
A crued J ntere.-t.
Keal Kctate owned by Company fr
Wrecking Apparainx at Bu"a!o.
Claims cine ItieOonipacy for Sialvsce
Other property, sundry ii-jms.
II. E. PALM KB. Agent.
For the year endins: December Slst.'lS72, of the
coudiiion and nifitir of the Home Iiu'nrane
Company, ot .Now lork. Irirauizel aaanr tne
Lav of New York, niude to the SSupermtend
ent of tho Insurance I'tpartmcut ot the fUite
of e'uraiku, in puuaucc of the laws of said
t-tate. . j
Whole amount of Joint Stock Cap- j
ilal authorized. $200.00000
Whole auiount of Capital paid up
ia etsh, 2.M0.OOOO0
Loans on Bonds and .Jlortiragos. . .
(Sm liens), 1.9:o.T5oia)
Interest o-'rcrue'l on said Bonds and n
Mortsr:i(te loans. 4S,364ti
United Statts and Mate Stocks aud
Uoud.J. (.market ralue). 1,723,96000
Loans on stocks. B nd and other
securities, held as collaterali!,
(: 37.50 -M.123 49
Cosh iiet'Ofited in Bank. 2o4..'3Jol
Interest due ad accrue ! on collat
eral loans tnd Bank balance. 4.370 05
Gros premiums in due coan-eof col-
lecltoi.s. 230 434 48
Bills Keceivable, taken for Fire.
Murino unil Itilunii nkf. and
for steamer ilaKaet. tstcurod
by inongage"'. 17,1.633
Dae from other Companies for rc-lOJ-nrauce
on lo-ses already
Salrspe propertv aniclainis on loos
es already paid, 35,20164
All other property belonging to Uie
Gro.'S clairrs for Lowes agaiostthe
Company adjusted an-1 unpaid. JTone.
Gross lo?ces in procc ot a jusiment
ineludios ail reported 'id sup
posed losses, ley re-in.urance. 550,039-0
Losses refisted. incda'tin iuterests,
cost", and other expenee. 32.500
Cash Dividends to Mockhojders, re- -r.,M
tnaining unpaid. 2,97500
All other property belonging to the
Company, 78.. 23 40
E. T. mjjfcB & 0.?
At foot of Mio Strwt.
WB0LB84LI ANO Rmit DbALIM FIV
HARDVARE & CUTLERY,
All kinds of
T IN WARE
AITill bj found at hi old Rtand on Main SU
It where he will be plenied to hi fur
at customers and friends.
no has h Urge and good aMr'taat f farm
muehinery such as the
r I'be Marsh harrepter. a reaper that two
1 can cut and bind tea acres per day wit J
one man to drive, and tho binders can work in
the i hade.
Milburnand Ptuderbnker TTons, rham
pion Reaper A Mnwf Maf-illoo Tbrh
er. nii Rtitlnlo Fit thrnsher, and Eireliuv
l.caicranJ Mower io,
T. J. METTEKR,
Main Street, riattsaaoatk. Nek.
Feb. 29 rttf.
"CITY HEAT MARKET.
CSir'or-S5! 1 cr.
MA IX STREET,
The best of Fresh Meats always haa4 ir
their seasea. '
Highest Price Paid -'or Pat Cattle
a-IIic-he!t Cash Price paid for crocs Hides.
g. w. in m RK
Main Street, Four Coof Eat of Court
HARD W A R E ,
' I ! '
Of the latest Improvcrne its, wairanlfcj,
hlJ oii at a small petit aboro ooeL
Doinc ny owa werk la ; j
Tin and Sheet Iron
Combined, with loDB"exreniinei rnaraaU
satUiaction and l'rices to suit
A Heavy Stock hi Goods on
A'o entt and JVa fnterrtt o )orroii opital
to Lt Mad VS lw I i
OLDEST 'E3TABLT5nKD.ilbri3E IJf THH
North ide Main between Sewr'd and Third im
Takes pleasure in idm . oi
FarnacrS and K.'.chanlcs.
Tb it be has as lane and welti ;eleted stock of
iry wools, lirocenes. i ron ".
eTer brought to tr.e city of lattsmouth.
i- 1 1 will ecst yon nothintt to look at them
eciheryu buy or not. lteranainir tbe
.u. "iti.u rti. i T a rent)" von will be
able to tell when other parties try to rwindlo
youwph 3 ; 26wtl
2TH ERC H A N T r A I L0 R
I in receipt of the hnd
BEST A S S 0 fi:"r LI E M T
Of Caimeres. Clott a, fv eatings, &c,
ver brought to the cit?i which
I will make up il the
Latest otvlei .
tf-Fleasa call an! oxa.O" ie.4ij
Plattsrronth, April W P. . . .
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