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THE 'HER A I I).
L C A L ADVERT18 EM KNTS.
Transient 25 cent aline. Kctrular advertisers
10 cents per line. No advertisement Inserted
for loss than 25 cents.
LckrI advertisements will be charged to the
jautle handing them In.
At Our space Is limited, all communications
ffiust be brief and to the point, with bo wast of
Ajc requested to notify the office It the paper Is
not delivered promptly.
1. Any person who take a paper regularly
from the post office, whether directed to his
ni'iic or whether he Is a subscriber or not Is
res;onsible for the pay.
2. If any person orders his paper discontin
ue 1. hi must pay all arrearages, or the publisher
roiv continue to sMid It until payment is made,
fend collect the whole amount, whether the pa
per Is taken from the oflice or not.
3. The courts hare decided that refusing to
taKe newspapers and periodical from the post
oSh. or removing and leaving them uncalled
fur. Is prima evidence of ixtextial fraud.
Nutickto Every body. All subscribers pay
ing for their paper to ns, and ordering It stopped
at a certain time, will find It so stopped ; but
we cannot be responsible for what has been
done before our time, nor for orders supposed to
be given by others to others. Our books alone
uiu.it be the guide for all old subscriptions.
Pie ve remember this.
Call and see D. Sehnasse & Co.'s new goods.
Bargains at Hank Streight's.
A new lot of blank deeds, summons,
su'tp'jcnas. fca, &a, for sale at the Her
Co to Vivian's tor the good things of this life,
Mil happy. 5-3t
Jr.Iiers for 5t.40 at
r-u.d go barefooted?
the Shoe Store.
Having just received a largo lot of
Envelopes, and Letter Heads, we are
pse pared to till large orders in that line.
Handsome dress tfoods at Clark
riummer's. Remember the place.
New Goods at the Shoo Store, cheaper than
The riace," on Main street looks am
bitious, but what folks get there Ave
don't know, as yet.
This has been a windy week, and
that accounts for the wind being
raised so high on the Trunk road busi
ness. Everybody, including the Railroad
Company and its wife, went up to the
circus on Saturday evening, on a "spe
cial." Our office is sharpened up to kill and
if we dont have some sharp editorials
now it will not be because the scissors,
grinder has'nt been round.
Can't we have a street sprinkler go
ing pretty soon, now. The dust on
Monday was ferocious, penetrating,
op:ijue, obtrusive and intolerable.
A Fox after a mule is a funny sight
sure enough; but a Fox chasing two
mules ran be seen on the streets of
I'lattsuiouth any day.
S;utro Justice Ilainvs tried his first
case on Tuesday, and a hard case to try
It was, with very little fat for either
the Justice, client or attorneys.
"Yiley Black has rented the office
formerly occupied by I). II. Wheeler
fc Co., on north side of Main street, two
doors from the Herald office, and is
llttipg it up for a Xo. 1, Ice Cream
Where's the man wanted to bet the
Omaha Herald had a larger circula
tion, in the country than the Nebraska
Herald, last summer? Why, if Ro
sey is to le believed, we can almost dis
count the great Omaha Herald's daily
and weekly circulation. "What a bag
of wind some folks is?"
Wixxl thinks well write the circus
tip. We didn't go up to sf the circus,
went to get a tooth pulled more fun
All the boys went to the circus
though, and three of them cir-cussed
down on the other side next day, hav
ing stepped too long at the side show
to catch the regular "special," on Sat
Spring Goods at Sehnasse & Co.'s. They're
goiii fast ; cull and see them ere they fllj.
Stock to the
Major Bohanan, of s Lincoln, passed
through our city on Thursday last
with a buffalo cow four years old, and
two elks, one four and the other one
year old. Mr. B. has sold these ani
mals to some parties east, and delivers,
them in Chicago together with as fine
a lot of beef cattle as we ever saw.
On the same train was Mr. Tom.
Palmer, taking a couple of fine horses
East for delivery.
The prettiest "bosses" and wagons
that travel this country belong to the
Nebraska Lightning Rod Company, at
Plattsmouth ; and by the way, the Ne
braska IIekai.d Company is another
gHd institution in
.,.,;,,,.. ....iim -i
ju.ti iumiutu njr nut; iinie-
pamphlet for the Lightning Rod Co.,
which tells all about the way to knock
lightning endwise, and save your
"housen" and things, and we advise
everybody to read the circular and
then go in for a Tubular Star Copper
Rod, and thus "copper" on old atmos
THE NEXT AGRICULTURAL
A pamphlet- setting forth the aims
ant' objects of the National Agricul
tural Society was handed us at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon of Wednesday,
the 14th, two hours before we go to
press foV our Thursday's issue.
We cannot and will jiot publish any
matter sent us from another office at
that late date. Much as We ' resjiect
and believe in the interests of the fann
ing community, they must send their
publications in time, or we cannot give
"The American Stud Book is com
pleted. The index, being copious and
complex has given much trouble and
slightly delayed the publication of the
work. It is thought, however, that the
volumes will be ready for delivery to
subscribers by the 15th of May at the
farthest If they are not ready at that
time, it will not be the fault of Mr.
Bruce, but of those who perform the
mechanical part of the labor. The
work has been completed at the cost
of much time and labor, and it can
hardly fail to give satisfaction to those
who want something of standard value
on the genealogy of the horse.
canned fruit, &c,
cheap ; fresh
A Whole Library.
In presenting a young friend with
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, we
have given him a whole library the
most remarkable and complete compen
dium of human knowledge ever pub
lished in a single volume. A man may
purchase a Bible first, and then a hymn
book, if he is inclined to psalm-singing,
but the third look should lie Webster's
Unabridged, as it will . prove a great
fountain of intellectual light, and will
1m worth a hundred times its cost to
any family that pretends to keep up
with the civilization of the age. In
The only exclusive Boot and Shoe Store In
Cass County. Nothing below cost, but cheaper
than ever. Pftek Mercs.
Harpers' have a good one this week.
A delegation of old fogies are waiting
for admission to the President, to ad
vise him on the Modoc affair. Cavalry
sergeant, admiringly: I say. Corporal,
ef the fluv'ment is opposed to scalpin',
why don't they send them fellers out
to fight Injins."
"Tip-Top," of the I'lattsmouth Her
ald, was caught last Wednesday during
the severe storm, affectionately hug
ging a telegraph post. Ain't you
ashamed of yourself? Ashland Re
publican. What do you hug, pray ? Anything ?
Don't believe you've got even a lamp
post to squeeze.
We are informed that the ladies of
the Episcopal Church propose to give
an " Old Folks Concert," before long,
for the benefit of the Church Fund, and
to help pay off .its indebtedness. An
entertainment of a Dramatic nature is
also talked of. They meet this even
ing, at Mrs. Whitromb's rooms, to de
cide on the particulars.
The cheapest p'ace for your foot gear Is at the
Shoe Store, of course. Peter Mkrc.es.
We take pleasure in announcing that
Mr. C I. Cary has lought out Frank
Carrutb, in the Photographic business,
and will continue in the same line at
the old stnd, corner of Main ilnd Fifth
Mr. Cary is a good artist and will, no
dpuLt, give satisfaction to his nume
We have leen congratulating our
selves on having the worst building for
an office in the State, but we now throw
tip the sponge to the Platlsmouth IIek
ard. Fillimre Co. Bulletin.
Sponges won't do any good ; throw
np something else.
Mr. James Clayton has a yankee. ap
paratus for grinding and sharpening
shears, scissors, razors, knives &v,, &c,
and he will be around to visit our
folks this week and grind 'em up.
Mr J. W. Atkinson, agent for the
Excelsior, School Furniture Mann
facturingCo, of Cincinnati, Ohio, called
yesterday during our absence. This
Co, does a lare business in Nebraska
through their agents, and their goods
are first class.
irA, GRANGERS, HO!
Fland made bouts at tin? Shoe Store for Four
"Dollars. Any use to send to Chicago, cli?
The rooms of Mrs. Whitcomb look
as neat, and as tidy, and as fashionable
as ever. Dress making must be one of
the fine arts, we should think, judging
by its surroundings.
The ladies of the Episcopal Church
are alnmt to g ve an Old Folks Con
cert, and an entertainment of some
Wanted by Dan McKinnon the
man that lives tn Sec. 16, N. E. quarter.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
St raved from Man Street. I'lattsmouth. on
the iifterneon of May 6th. one red cow with a
while line brick, a tros In white ear. and a
piece bit out of the eft (wound still freshl. and
one horn disfigured. The above reward will be
given to any iwrson finding and delivering said
cow at the residence of
S-lt W. P. ANDERSON.
THE HOWE SEWING MACHINE
F. T Todd & Co. are the Agents for the
Howe Sewing Machine. In riattsmouth.
They have opened t salesroom and office on
Main street between Fourth and Fifth streets.
This Machine Is so veil known that any words
of pmise from us would be useless. It is a TxKk
! double threaded, machine, and ranks
I anioos me grrai eewmg lacnines oi me
PAUL BRAITSIFS NEW CARD.
Paul, the Jeweler, desires to let folks know,
through thecolumnsof the Hkrat.d, that he
sells Watches. Clocks and Jewelry cheaper
than ever, or as he sajs, "so good as never was"
that is to say "shorty" put that in for him.
Chains Rings, Napkn Holders, and all kinds
of Jewelry for sale at reduced prices ; must sell
for bread and butter.
Repairing well done nd warranted. Remem
ber this, and call au see Taul Braitseb, the
Jeweler. - 6-4t -v
On Monday May 5th. between East and West
Cedar Creeks, on the Mallen Ranch Road, three
bed Comforts, two caliei on both sides, and Ail
ed with cotton ; one euico on one side and
woolen blanket on tht other, and filled with
wool ; also two pieces unbleached muslin, 2!4
yards in each piece, and two t illows. Thd above
articles were rolled together and a white wool
en blanket wrapped around them, with a hew
halter strap buckled aromd them. They were
hst off a wagon while moving. A liberal re
ward will be paid to ny one delivering, the
above things at the Hkkald office, o" at my
farm four miles west of Plattsmontb.
6-tX. , & I TfTOMASi
Woe Cut Tobacco at the Port Office
There Is no pain which the Centaur Liniment
will not relieve, nowel ling It will not subdue,
and no huneness which it will not cure. This is
strong language, but It is true. Where the parts j
. r' . ..ii Tr i,o I
produced more cures of rheumatism, neuralgia,
lock-jaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, ear-ache,
caked-breasts, scalds, bums, salt-rheum, &c,
upon the human frame, and of strains, spavin,
galls. Sc., upon animals In one year than have
all other pretended remedies since the world
began. It Is a counter-irritant, an all-healing
pain-reliever. Cripples throw away their
crutches, the lame walk, poisonous bites are ren
dered harmless, and the wounded are healed
without a scar. It Is no humbug. The recipe is
selling as no article ever before sold, and it sells
because It dees just what it pretends to do.
Those who hnw suffer from rheumatism, pain or
swelling deserve to suffer If they will not use
Centaur Liniment, more than 1000 certificates
of remarkable cures. Including frozen limbs,
chronic-rheumatism, gout, running tumours, &c.
have been received. We will send a circular
containing certificates, the recipe, &c, gratis to
to any one requesting it. One bottle of the yel
low wrapper Centaur Liniment Is worth one
hundred dollars for foundered or sweenled hor
ses and mules, or for screw-worm In sheep.
Stock-owners this liniment U worth your at
tention. No family should bj without Centaur
Llulment. J. B. Hose & Co., New York. 4-ly
Castohia Is more than a substitute for Cas
tor Oil. It Is the only safe article In existence
which is certain to assimilate the food, regulate
the bowels, cure wind colic and produce natural
sleep. It contains neither minerals, morphine
or alcohol, and is pleasant to take. Children
need not cry and mothers may rest. 45-ly
NEW YORK, May 13.
Money 45pr. ct.
Gold : 117;
Governments Dull and Steady
CHICAGO May 13.
Flour Quiet 6 008 73
Wheat Dull 1 30
Corn Active 41
Oats Easier " 33
Rye Dull 69 $
Barley Dull 74
Cattle Good 3 506 30
Hogs Live 5 20
Rye 45 50
Reported by Cutler & White.
Vivian's Is the place to buy jour
Business Is business, and so are the Cigars at
the r. O. Book Store. 5-tf.
Ladles, call and examine the nice and cheap
Oaiters at the Shoe Store, before you buy else
where. No charge for showing them.
5-tf. Tetek MEJIOK3.
Office and Store rooms. Inquire of Mrs. A.
D. Whitcomb, or at this office. 5-5t.
Groceries, dry goods, general mer
chandise, at Clark & Plumuier's.
Quick sales and small prolits. 5t3
D. Sehnasse & Co. having received a complete
stock of goods for the Spring trade, desire their
friends and patrons to call and examine the
same before purchasing elsewhere, as they are
satisfied that the old house can do as well by Its
customers as any in town. 5-4t.
FOR R ENT.
The large and commodious wareroom, cellar,
and offlee on second floor of building formerly
occupied by Jacob Vallery, jr., in Masonic
Block. Enquire of R. R. Livisstos or
48-tf. E. T. DCKK.
Frank. White, with an S. in it, keeps
groceries on Main street, close by
"Shorty" Newman's Clothing Store.
Call and see his stock. . 5t2
We konstantl y keep a koinplete stock of kroc
kery, kweensware, kutlery, kongress gaiters,
koriflsh, korsets, krackers, kandy, kollars, klo
thing. knotlons, kerosene, koffee, knrtants,
kottonades, kassimeres, kandles, and every
thing konslstently konnected with the trade,
which we are soiling at lowest kah prices ;
konsequently kash kustoniers kneed to kail
kwick to get bargains. Reed Bros.,
5-tf Weeping Water, Neb.
The Howe Sew ins Machine
FLATTSMOUTir, - - - - NEBRASKA.
Canvassing Agents wanted throughout tho
F. P. TODD, Grneral Agrnt.
jfi?Maehine on exhibition at all times at my
Oflice on Main Street. 8-i;in
Notice to Tax Payers. .
To those persons who hare not paid their
City Taxes I would call attention to the Laws of
the State, and. hereby give notice, that on and
after Saturday, the 24th d:iy of May. 1873. T
shall proceed .is directed bv Law In such cases
inaile and provided : amf collect all unpaid
taxes by levy and sale of personal property of
the persons or corjorations owing the same.
On taxes levied previous to 1S72. all interest and
penalty will be remitted if paid within the time
prescribed bv law. but the tax must be paid or
levy and sale will follow.
8-2t City Treasurer,
Is hereby given that all persons who have made
Improvements on the School Lauds of this
County since the Twenty-first day of .Tune,
A. I. 1S72. can have sudti Improvements ap
praised by notifying the Coutty Clt-rk of the
same on or before the Fifteenth day of June,
A. I. 1S7.1.
By order of the Countv Commissioners,
8-5 Clerk Cass Co.
In the District Court of Nebraska, In and
C ass 1 .nun 1 v.
II. L. Ri Stiles, 1
vs. f Legal Notice.
Johv Snyder &
William Sn yder. (
Ty virtue of an order of sale issued to me in
xi the above entitled cause out of the said
Court. I will at Eleven o'clock A. m. on Monday
the tilth day of June. A. D. 1S7.5. offer at public.
Sale to the tiigln-st and best bidder the front
door of the Court House in I'lattsmouth Neb
raska the following described Real Estate to
wit. Lot No. Five in ISlock No. Sixty three
(it!) in the City of I'lattsmouth Cass County
Nebraska. The above Real Estate will be sold
on said day to satisfy the decree of the Court in
favor of the Ilaiiiiiff itgainst Defendants and as
the propertv and Real Estateof the D-feiidants.
Given under my hand thi 14th day of May,
A. D. 1S73. J. W. Johnson-,
Sheriff. Cass Co., Nebraska.
S:im M. Chapman Tiff's Attorney. 8-6U
IN the District Court of Nebraska, In and for
Cass County :
O. L. I'ALMRr,
vs. Legal Notice.
Jons Ross and 1
Su hax Ross. S
Ty virtue of an Order of Sale issued to
the above entitled cause out of the said
Court. I will at Obe o'clock. P.M.. on Mondav
the lth day of June, A. D. 1S73, offer for sale at
the front door of the Court House, in 1'latts
Mouth, Nebraska, the following described Rtal
Estate, to-wit :
Ixts numler seven (7) and eight (K in Block
number thirty-six .""), in the City f I'latts
mouth, Cass county, Nebraska. The a hove
real estate will be sold on said tlay to satisfy the
decree of the said Court in favor of the llain
tiff and against the lefendaiits, and as the
prniierty -id real estate of the defendants.
C 1 ven under my hand this 14th day of May,
A. D. 1ST. J. w. JOHNSON.
SheiilT Chms Co., Nebraska.
Sam, M CnAitAK, I'lff's Att'yi $-3w
iN the District Court tt Nebraskai in and for
Cass County : -
JAMKS MIXCIIELI4 )
vs. f Legal Notice.
ANDItKW J. Kl.KVSEK -&
A. J. KLK.rsKH. J
ly virtue of an Order of Sale issued to me
A the above entitled cause out of said toi
I will at Two o'clock V. Mi on Monday the Jtitli
day of June. A. 1). 1S7:i. offer for sale at public
auction at the front doer of the Court House in
i'lattsmouth, Nebraska, the following described
Real Estate, to-wit :
Five abres of trroend commend. irf Ht the
Northwest corner of the Northwest quarter (l)
w est corner oi me oriii v. est quarter 14
s Northeast quarter (V)of Section nuinler
een (19), in Township number Twelve (12).
of Range number Fourteen (14 East of
me 01x111 xriiififJin iitri iiiiiii, iu v rt-.-i luuuij,
Nebraska, thence East along the North line of
said Section thirty-seven (37) rods, thence South
twenty-one and sixty-three hundredths (21 63
100). rods thence West thirty-seven 137) rods.
North thenee to the place of beginning. The
above real estate will be sold on said day to satis
fy the decree of the Court in favor of tbel'laiutltf
against Defeudants and as the property and
real estate of the Defendants.
Given under my hand this I4th day of May,
A. D. 1873. J. W. JOHNSON.
Sheriff Cass Co., Nebraska.
Sam. M. Chapman, ri ffs' Att'y. 8-5w
Mariraret E. Harbison, in the State of Ken
tucky," Steams F. Cooper, of the city of Chica
go and State of Illinois, John Tailoii, the First
National Bank of I'lattsmouth, Neb., Lavina
Duke, JohnS. Duke, Maggie E. Bennett, and
Ella Cooper, of the County of Cass and State
of Nebraska, Defendants in the case mentioned
herein, will take notice that the District Court,
Second Judicial District, hi and for Cass Coun
ty and State of Nebraska, at the April term A.
D. 1x73 of said Court, made the following order,
Llovd D. Bennett and Elbert T. Duke, Execu
tors of the estateof Shepherd Duke, deceased.
Plaintiffs, against Lavinia Duke and others,
Detendalits. petition to sell lauds to pay debts
of said deceased. This cause came on to be
heard uihjii the petition of the said Plaintiffs
and their proofs, and the Court being fully ad
vised in the premises, orders that the Defend
ants in this case apjiear before the Honorable
Geo. B. Lake, Judge of the said District Court,
at the Court room in the Court House in the
city of Omaha and County of Douglasatid State
of Nebraska, 011 the tab day of June, (being
the second Monday thereof) A. D. 1S73, at 1
o'clock p. m., to show cause why a- license
sbould not be granted to the said Lloyd D.
Bennett and Elbert T. Duke, executors as afore
said, to sell so much of the real estate of the
.said Shepherd Duke, deceased, as shall be ne
cessary to pay the debts of said Shepherd
Duke, deceased. .
It is further ordered by the Court that a copy
of this order be published four successive weeks
in the "Nebraska Herald", a newspaper
Cublished and of general circulation in said
ounty of Cass.
Said Defeiidents are hereby notified that said
Executors, Plaintiffs, as above set forth, will at
the time and place mentioned in said order ap
ply to said Judge for said license to sell said
real estate of said deceased to pay the debts hjh
D. W. McKINNON.
Clerk of the District Court of Cass County,
and State of Nebraska.
W'HKKLEK & STINTHrOMR,
5-4t$12.50 Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
John T. Craig, whose place of residence is
unknown, Agnes Martin and Robert Martin, of
the State of Iowa, Margaret Young and Charles
Yinum. whose place of residence is unknown,
William W. Craig and Alary' Ritehey and
Mathew D. Bilchey, of the State of Oregon,
Sarah Ann Cayton and Luther Cayton, of the
State of Kansas, Jane L. Craig. Josiah Craig,
and Joseph M. Craig, of tiie County of Cass and
State of Nebraska, who are Defendants in the
case mentioned herein.
Will take notice that the District Court, Sec
ond Judicial District, in and for Cass County
and State of Nebraska, at the April term A. D.,
1S73 of said Court made the following order,
to-w it :
Geo. H. Black, administrator, de bonis Tion,
of the estate of Sarah Craig, deceased. Plain
tiff against John T. Craig and others. Defend
ants, petition to sell lauds to pay debts of said
deceased. This cause came on to Ite heard on
the petition of the said Administrator. Plain
tiff, and his proofs, and the Court being fully
adised in the premises, mders that the De
fendants in this case appear before the Honor
able Georxe B. Iake. Judge of the said District
Court, at the Court room in the Court House iu
the city of Omaha iu the County of Douglas
and State of Nebraska on the th day of June
(being the second Monday thereof) A. D., 1873,
at one o'clock p. in:, to show cause why a li
cense should not be granted to the said George
H. Black, Administrator as aforesaid, to sell so
much of the real estate of said Sarah Craig, de
ceased, as shall be necessary to pay the debts of
said Sarah Craig, deceased.
It is further ordered by the Court that a cony
of this order be published four successive weeks
in the Nebraska Herald, a newspaper pub
lished and of general circulation in said County
Said Defendants are notified that said Adminis
trator, Plaintiff, as above set forth, will, at the
time and place mentioned in said order, apply
to said Judge for said license to sell said real
estate of said deceased to pay the debts as
D. W. McKINNON,
Clerk of the District Court of Cass County
and State of Nebra-ska.
James W. Stinthcomb.
5-4t$!5 Attorney for Plaintiff.
To whom It mhv concern.
Take notice, that Theodore Dodca has filed In
mv office an instrument of willing purporting
to' be the last will and testamen tof E. F. Koger,
and made aimlicalion to have the same admit
ted to Probate, and that said cause is set for
hearing at my oflice in I'lattsuiouth, on
Saturday 2Wt day of May, A. I). 1873,
at I o'clock p. m. of said dav. at which time all
lici sons interested are notified to Htiresr and
contest the same and show cause, if any they
have, whv said instrument suoiitd not lie allow
ed as the last will and testament of E. F. Koger,
Witness mv haud and official seal at riatts
mouth. Nebraska, on this the 6th day of May,
A. D. 1D73. 11. K. KLLISON,
6-3t. Trobate Judge.
NOTICE is hereby given that under and by
virtue of the articles oi incon"ratiou of the St.
Ionis & Nebraska Trunk Railroad Company,
tiled in the office of the Secretary of the State
11I "Whi-.iskn on Ilie 21st, 1l.1v of Aiitrust. A. 1)
1s7-. Books will be opened for subscription to
the capital stock of said St. Louis & Nebraska
Trunk Railroad Company, at the State Bank of
.Nebraska hi me city 01 omaua on uic an uay
01 May. lsy.i.
J. A. HOKBACH.
V I. VI NT S I'XIKlt
A. S. PADDOCK. V Incorporators.
t LI 1 ON KKM.GiS.
I'lattsuiouth, Cass Co., Nebraska, April 4, 1873.
JL J. O'Neil, 1
. I. n.YV'NEiL. f
To r. lrTl'Nell :
You are hereby notified that an attachment
was issued by me In favor of the above Plaintiff
ami airainst thealxive named Defendant, for the
sum of sixty-three (!fB) dollars and trial set for
Saturday tue 3lst Hay or May. 1X73. at. 10 o ciock
a. m. of said day, at which time judgment will
be reudered against you if you do not appear
and show cause 10 tne contrarv.
3 5w Justice of the Peace,
nattsniouth, April 12th, 1S73.
So Person ran take these Bitter ac
cording to directions, and remain long unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mine
ral poison or other means, and vlt&r organs
wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Sto
mach. Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilioas Attacks,
Palpitation or the Heart, Inflammation of the
Longs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and
a lnhldred other painful symptoms, are the off
springs of Dfspepsla. One bottle will prove a
better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy
For FcmalCoDipUlii(, in yonngorold,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood,
or the tarn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so
decided an influence that improvement is boob
For inflammatory and Chronic
ntienmatlatn and Gout, Bilious, Remittent
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood,
Liver, Kiduevs and Bladder, these Bitters have
no equal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
The jr nra a gentle Purgative as well
as a TsHic, possessing the merit of acting aa
a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Ylsoeral organs,
and in Bilious lHseases.
For hit in Disease, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Hheam, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Boils, Carbuncles. Ring-worms, Scald-Read,
Sore Eves, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolors,
tions of the Sfcin, Humors and Disease of the
Skin of whatever name or nature, are liter
ally dug up and carried oat of the sys
tem in short timd by the use of these Bitters.
jirtefI Tlionnaild proclaim Vimkoar
Bittkks the most wonderful Invigorant that
ever sustained the sinking svstem.
It. il. IMcDONAt.D CO.
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Csl.
a cor. of Washington and Charlton Y
WT'J fit ALL PHtaGISTS LCAURah
Public Sale of School Lands.
NotlM H hereby given that pursuant to an act
of the Legislature of the state of Nebraska en
titled an act "to provide for the registry of
School Lauds for the control and disposition
thereof, and for tho safe keeping of the funds
derived from Ue sale and lease of said lands"
which said act was approved June 24th. A. D.
1S67. And also In accordance with a subse
quent amendment to said act, approved Febru
ary 15th, A. D. lii.', I will 011
Wednesday the 25th day of i3
nct( at the hour of ten o'clock A. TOi.
at the front door of the Court House in
l'lattsmoutli City, Cass County, eira.sKa. oner
for sale at public auction to the highest bidder,
all the following described School Lands in said
county, to-wlt :
fart of Section.
n. of s. e.
s. Yz of n. e.
11. J of s. e.
s. e. Af . of s.
il of n. e.
s. w. if of 11. e. Si
s. H of n. w. if
s. w. hi
11. Ja of s. e. J4
S. w. I4 of s. e. 4
b. Pt of n. w. 1
8t w if of n. e. 4
n. e. 4 of n. w. hi,
s. j of n. w. hi
n. hz of s. v. if
11. e. hi of s. e. hi
, hi, s. w. hi of a. xv. hi
11. e. hi of s. e. hi
11. e. hi s. w. hi
e. hi of s. c. X
s. e. hi of n. e. hi
s. w. hi of n. e. hi
Said sale will be continued from dav to day
until all of the above described lands shall have
In witness whereof I have Hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said County, at
I'lattsmouth, this 5th day of May, A. 1). 1S73.
u. v. Munin.oai
-7t. County Clerk.
For your Groceries go to!
F. R. Guthmann
Corner Third and Main street, riattsmouth.
He keeps on hand a laree and well selected
FANCY GROCERIES. COFFEES, TEAS,
SUGAR, SYRUP, BOOTS, SHOES,
&e., &c, &c., &c.
In connection with the Grocery la a
Bakery and Confectionary.
JfT'All kinds of Country rroduce bought and
Take notice of the sign
"EMriRE BAKERY AND GROCERY."
J. H. BUTTERY'S
On Main street nearly opposite the HERALD
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DUL'GS AND MEDICINES, TAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, TATENT MEDI
CINES, TOILET AltTl
CLES, &c, &c.
CgFrescrtptions carefully compounded at all
hours, day and night. 35-iy.
New Lumber Yard.
navins opened a Lumber Yard at Louisville
I will keep on hand all kinds of
Shinnies, Sash, &c,
&c, &c, &c, &c.
TT" 1 will also deal In all kinds of Grain, for
which I will pay the highest market price.
E. NO YES.
Louisville, - Nebraska.
CIIAS. 1ST. TIFFAKY,
ilT. PLEASANT, XEB. .
Beprs leave to inforni the farmers of
Cass County that he keeps a good Xo. 1
one mile north of Mt. Pleasant.
All kinds of Iron "Work attended td.
"Wagons repaired, Farm Ifnplements
carefully mended. Lowest prices, and
all work done on short notice.
Grain refe'eived in payment, dive
me a trial. CnAS. 5. TiffXn-y.
0 F. JOHNSON.
Ttm-fr i mt in a. 4? rsy
ALL PAPER TRIMMED FREE
ALSO DEALER IX
And Latest Publications.
Inscriptions carefully compounded by an ex
ltememler the place. Corner fifth and Main
non't fall to procure Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Thin valuable preparation has been ued with
. .11 1 1 t.. r & uVd
It not onlv relieves the child from pain, but
. . 1 . .. ... 1. nn.l 1 1 u .iirrni't.
Invigorates me tniun.:u an.
acidity, and gives tone and energy to the whole
system. It will also instantly relieve
Clfll'TVfl IV TH E Boweij) axd Wijtd Colic.
We believe it the best and surest remedy in
the world, iu all cases of Dysentery and Diar
rii.:i in children, whether arising from teethlnst
or any other cause.
Depend upon it, moiners, u win sue resi, vu
Rklikk asi Health to Yotrit Infakts.
Be sure and call for
"Mm. AVIXSLOW'S SOOTtltfrCl SYRCP."
Itavinff the fac-slmile of "CURTIS & TER-
JI! 011 the outside wrapper.
HARPY Relief Mr Young Men. from the ef
f..t of Krrors and Abuses lu early life. Man-
hoixl restored. Impediment! to marriage re
moved. New method ot ireatmenr. sew auu
remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars sent
free in sealed envelopes. . .
Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION ; No. 2.
South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, J'a.Tan Insti
tution having a high reputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill.
To Aiivkrtisf.ks. All persons who contem
plate makinjr contracts with newspaers for the
insertion of Advertisements should send to
Geo- ft ftowell 0o-
for a Circular, or inclose 23 cents for their one
hundred pajte ramphlet. contaiiniiR Lists of
3(mki Newspaiers and estimateSi showing the
cost of advertising, also many useful hints to ad
vertisers, aud some account of the experiences
of men who are known as successful advertisers.
This linn are the proprietors of the American
Newspaper Advertising Agency.
41 f ark &0W & Y,
and are possessed of unequalled facilities for se
curing the insertion of advertisements in all
Newspapers and Periodicals at lowest rates.
Book for the Million.
MARRIAGE! I A private Counsellor to the
GUIDE. Married or those alnuit to mar
I ry on the physiological myste
ries and revelations of the sexual system, the
latest discoveries iu producing and preventing
offspi'ltigj how to preserve the complexion, &c.
This Is an Interesting work of two hundred
and twenty-four pages, with numerous engrav
ings, and contains valuable Information foi
those who are married, or contemplating mar
riage. Still, it is a book that ought to be kept
under lock and key, and not laid carelessly
about the house.
Sent to any one (free of postage) for 50 cents.
Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary, NO. 12, N. 8tb
street, St. Louis, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate
Before applying to the notorious quacks wno
ublic papers, or using any quack
Butts' work, no matter
what vour disease Is or how deplorable youi
condition. . . . .
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally or b)
mall, on the diseases mentioned lit his works.
Ofliee. No. l N. Kight street, between the Mar
ket and Chesuut4 Bti Louis, Mo. dec2-ly
Manhood; How Lost, How Restored.
li.7 Dr. Cwlverweir Colbred Es
say on the radh-al cure (without
medicine) of Si-ermatokkhka
or Seminal Weakness, involuntary Seminal
Losses, Impotkncv, mental and physical Inca
pacity. ImiK'dlmenjs to Marriage, etc. ; also,
CoNsrMiTiox, Epilkpsy, and Fits, induced
bv self indulgence or sexual extravagance.
t-Price in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
mi PHlehr:it4d author, in this admirable es
say, clearly demonstrates from a thrty year's
successful practice, that the alarming conse
oueiiees of self-abuse. maV be radically ctirea
u itlu.iit tlm ime of internal medicine or the aO
plication of the knife ; pointing out the mode of
cure at once simple, certain iit niraiiiu, uj
means of whieh every sufferer, no matter what
his condition mav be. may cure himself cheaply
privately and radically. ....
Pfy-This Lecture should be in the hands of ev
verv vnuth ahd man In the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, on tne receipt 01 six cenis, or iwo ikjsi,
Also Dr. Culver's "Marriage Guide," price 30
Address the Publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE. & CO.
s. 127 Bowery, New York.
43-ly Post Office Box, 458.
J. W. SHANNON'S
FEED, SALE, & LIVERY STABLE,
Main street, riattsmouth. Neb.
I am prepared to accommodate the public
and a No. 1 Hearse
On short notice and reasonable terms. A
Hack will run to the Steamboat Landing, Depot
and all parts of the city wnen aesirea.
Mrs- A. D. Whitcomb,
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKER.
Rooms three doors west of Brooks House.
CUTTING AND FITTING
' iT Patterns of all kinds constantly on hand
FINE ART GALLERY.
rw-rhotoarraoh!.. Ambrotroes and Coitfes
from old pictures, plain or colored, either In ink
water or olL All work neatly executed ana war
rantea to give sat lsiaction. ,
. . V. V. LEONARD, Aftisi- w -
ti lt llsin St., FlsttsMowi; rv
To Farmers and Horsemen.
i-w w n .Thhh lxcs leave tb hall attention
to the fact that he haft Just received two very
fine animal ruin me easfc, viz.
From Fairfield. Iowa, and litb Iron Orey Soc
man tftalliou called
Five vears old and weighs 1300 pounds.
-i-.. t 1 bml will ittnil
at Rock Bluffs and elsewhere in the County
ilnrlnir the season. For full particulars see
Bills. . 61 -Mt.
NEW SEWING MACniNK
Runs very Easy.
Runs very Tast.
Runs very Btlll,
Has a New Shuttle superior to all others.
Great Improvement In Needle,
Cannot be Set W rong.
6 Address THE "VICTOR" S. M. CO.
M loth st., 4 doors west of Broadway, K. Y.
H. A. WATERMAN & SOX
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
L AT llt SHINGLES,
Sasli, Doors, Blinds, &c.
OF ALL KINDS,
JOB OFFICE COMPLETE
Of All Kinds,
neat and Cheap
NEBRASKA HERALD OFFICE;
FLAT TSaOUTll. 52 i Lh
piAttBMOUTn, NEB; .
COfRiS Ilfcls2l, - - - rroprhrt.
Always on band, ktid for Vk$ X ibwlef Cmud
rV-Tha Uleteat btloea Dald for WMt( aai
Particular attention given to Custom work.
NEW HAVEN ORGAN tdi
tftifciiM and Temple Organs
These Organs are unsurpassed In qualify of
tone, style of finish, simplicity of construction
Also MKMDEONS In various style and un
coupled In tone.
send for Illustrated Catalogue.
auuicm .Ci ii iuir,:i f ii m.i
New Haven, Conn.
diLrerateTn V'kred tofuml,h b4i un
To all parties notifying me
ExcclBiof Barber SHop
J. O. BOONE.
Main street, opposite Brobkk H&uUt
flair Cutting, Shaving and
Especial tltChtitl ftVeh to
CUTTING LntLDttfeW'S HAIR.
Call and see BOON E, gouts and get a toon tn A
WteETlNO WAtliB. NSBRASkJl.
JASa CLISDE L CO.,
Notions, &c., &o.
We are Agents for
WittdMe t& Gtbb$ Belbina Machtlieh
cr atlsAI? market.
the test of Fresh Meats altoayt Mi
hand in tlitir teatom
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
' FAT CATTLE.
tW Hlgbeat Cash Price paid tor fTton aidefti
rTATTSMOttu, - k
B. Ot HOOVERt
Keeps constantly on hand all Staple AxtM4t
Boots, Shoes, &C
In fact everything usually kept In ft Tarletf
Store, which will be sold on small proflU for
CASH. All kinds of Produce taken Ufexcbang
for Koods, and the
Htaliest Market Prices gitert in Cal
for Grain. 19
Wdyman &f Curtis
Repairers of Steam Engines, Bolien, !?aw aol
Gas and Steam Fittlnjrs. TTrourbt Iron Plpai
Force aud Lift Pumps. Htesrn Guagea, Safet
Valve Governors, and all kind of
Drosd Engine Fitting
Furnished on short notice:
Repaired on short notlcfe
Thds. W. Shryocfc,
. And dealefli t3 klnflJ of
Hlix Stkz ext door to Brook tfotM.
PLATTSMOUm - , 1
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