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Railroad Time Table.
B. d- M. R. R. IN NEBRASKA.
No. Xo. 3 No". 1 STATIONS. So. 2 So. 4 Xo. 6
6.00 11. 00
I 'I elf
5.32 1 1 53
ll.ltf 9.12 12.50
I'i.c:- 31 1.03
12.25 P47 1.17
2.19 Xo. 7 2.4'J
3.M .M 3.00
11 M H.M
Xo. 8 8.22
10.28 2.5J 8.10
8 29 ll.od
1.32 9 10
I 7.20 1 8.50
j 7.00 J S.iSO
6.40 J Hastings
8.35 Port Kearny
S.05 Kearny June.
L Plattsmouth, 6.35 p m Ar Omaha,
2.40 p til
10.30 a ui
1 15 p III
7.45 p ui
B.'d- M. R. R.
J Si Platts,.
8.45 a m I.e Pacific June., 7.00 a in
3.15 am Le hii-iflc June, 4.30 pm
9.40 am Ar Pacific June, 8.5oaiu
above Is that or Chleaijo,
faster than thii of Platts-
which U 33 mi.iutca
Transient 25 cents a line. Kcular advertisers
jo ceutM ier line. Xo advertisement Inserted
tor loss than 25 cocu.
IcjX advertisements vrtil te charged to the
parties banding tliem la.
An our ipwH: Is liniiie J, all communications
most b brief bud to the pulni.wlth n waste of
Ar reneeted to notify the cSce If the rmptr la
sol delivered promptly.
L Any person who tnV.en a paper reru!rrly
from t;i; '.t. yf.ire. wLifitr 4i,,K-t'i ! hi
mmo. crw'if'.iHT he a suiseiioer cr not U
rvopoiTlole for the pay.
2. Jf snv jicrson i.rJcrj 7;aper dl.-contln-TU'd,
he ni'iNt p:iy iiil SMTi-nrar;p..or t.e xml-iisher
raav cniiimie to 5nd it until pavriMt 1 uiad',
nu ci!ert the wliole amount, wli ether the pa
par ii taken from tiie oilice or not.
3. The courts h;ive ! lod that re,tt;n!;
tf kc nevr-rjers aa'l p.-rioiH-'uls from the pt
ffOce, or r.'Uiovin;; wul iaviii them uiie.ulvd
lcr, in prima rwdeiiee of i.vtesiul khaid.
Kotk.'eto Hv trtvnoifV. Allsuuscriberspay
n for their paper to us, and ordering it stopped
at a certain time. v. ill End It so stopped; but
we cannot be r-sioiihi'lj for what has been
3?ne before our tlai", tior for orders snpiosvd to
Is give:i by other to other. Cur b.r:V3 alono
ir.uit bo tha puUle for all cM BU'nscriptioua.
1'lease remember tiii".
CI3 and oe D. Sehr.asse Co.'s new gco-Is.
Kemcmbcr the Old Folks'
A n:rx lot of blank deeds, summons',
subpoenas, &c, &e., for sale at the IItr- j
A man in Omaha coughed up a tape
worm which, when unwound, meas
ured twenty feet in length, so says the
"We don't know which i the hardest,
to swallow that, or cough it up.
Eargaliia at Hank Streight's.
During one of the recent severe
6torm3 the barn of Daniel Rarnie, of
Greenwood Precinct, was strck by light
ning, and both his horses killed. Mr.
Ramie is a poor man, and the loss v.i!I
be a heavy one. lie barely saved hij
granary from destruction.
ICew Goods at the
The Lightning has been trying its
hand on Harry flon'.d, State Prison In
bpector. Those Burt county fellows aro
awful tough. It ii very doubtful if
chain lightning can beat a Nebraska
State Trison Inspector, in a fair tussle,
All the world of Plattsmouth is agog
with wonder and astonishment to think
the Old Folks are coming pretty soon,
mid that -Black K'yed Susan" will dance
a hornpipe to the tune of '-Old Dan
Tucker, while Dick Claiborne stands
on his head ready to be hung up to the
cro'is-trees as Sweet "William.
Gaiters for 51.40 at
would go barefooted?
the Shoe Store.
Having just received a large lot of
Envelopes, and Letter Heads, we are
prepared to fill large orders in that line.
The editor the Herald, the other
day, in conversation, remark.-nl that he
mirwcpil nil tlm 1ivil iviw roimnir fillt of
- - - -- ;
him during tins sickness; ana a lany
friend retorted that if all the devil
came out there would bo nothing of
the editor left but a shadow.
Tobaoco at the Tut I O Jloe
A lilt 13 child, about two years old,
wa3 thrown from a wagon on Main
street, on Monday last, by the sudden
Btarting of the hor?es, and tlio wheel
passed over its arm. Tortunately the
earth was soft, with the recent rains,
and the arm did not seem" to be serious
Dramatic entertainment on
. next Thursday night for the
benefit of the Episcopal
"Wiley Black, the handsomest young
Black man in town, formerly of the
firm of Streight & Black, having mov
ed over on the Hekald side of the
street where the sun shines and the
flowers bloom an'tt all is lovely 03 a
summer zephyr, opened out his new
Ice Cream Saloon on Saturday evening
in grand style, with oceans oM&f ream
free to everybody. They doay that
the hand&me young couples whoprom-
fenaded u? "Wiley's gtep3 for ice cream
that nigKwere cnbugS to iA-jtbeJ
Zri3 vjf K
D&tilile lei-fbrrtialiCe ht
Fitzgerald's ball, next weeli,
Hon. IX IT. "Wheeler left for Indian
apolis on . Monday, to attend the Xsv
tional Agricultural Congress to be
holden there. Pan is alive.
TTo were very rauch jileased to re
ceive a call from the Honorable judge
Maxwell. The Judge had just closed
his court in Ciuning county, and come
back among his old friends for a few
days to see th'e old homestead and ob
serve how the young la"nr firm, his Suc
cessors, are wiggling along. He will
receive nrSny a pleasant greeting from
The only exclusive Boot and Slioe Store m
Cas County. Xolhlng below cost, tut cheaper
than ever. Tzizh Merges..
C. L. Mather and his family left
Flattsmouth this week for their future
home in the great Republican valley.
Mr. Mather starts a new paper, the
"Red Cloud Chief," in Webster county,
the frontier paper in that direction,
we believe. Day by day, almost as we
can see the corn groWj do we See ths
bounds of civilization stepping onward,
onward, sectidn by section, while
meridian line . after meridian line is
passed, and still the great West opens
her arms and cries for more.
Willitt Pottenger, Esq, left for Salt
Lake, on Tuesday, with the view to a
permanent residence there. lie will
engage in tbe practice of law; and as
our Mormon friends are about to di
vide up their wives and property, and
make vast changes in their social or
ganizations, we think there is a good
opening for success. We sincerely
hope that Pot will get his share of
thir property, whether Le does of the
wives or not.
if A, GRANGERS, HOI
ia'.e boots at the Shoe Store for Four
Ar.y use to send to Chicago, eh?
IHrROYEilEMS ON MAIN STKEET.
The recent heavy rains have at last
convinced our people, that we need
some better system of drainage on
Main street than hrs hitherto covered
our sidewalks with garbage and flood
ed our cellars with something -wetter
than lager beer. Our honorable Mayor
and Street Commissioner have been
slushing around boot deep in the dtbris
squinting and lacking and poking in
order to find the best method of ditch
ing the thing with credit to themselves
ejid satisfaction to the water
The perennial ile-ser, "mit his little
bell," and the samo stump of a cigar
he had lat year, and the two nubbins
h:i calls po:iie3, has once mora made
hi3 appearance at our houses as a regu
lar daily visitor, with the softest and
most delicious asparagus, the crispest
and juiciest lettuce, the reddest and
pulpiest pieplant, and everything else
according. By the way, Hesser's gar-dt-na
and green houses are a perfect
sight to witness, this spring. His fiow-
. - . v v. fi - - ,
ftp.d ii is a beautiful spot to visit on a
j summer evening just sufficiently far
away for the boys to take a ride with
thev leave not behind them,
THE PLATTC RIVEIl
Has been, on a high and luscious old
bender fur more than a week. Start
ing way up in the mountains, drinking
of the eternal snows of the hills the
frolic began. Down through the val
leys, over the broad plains lapping and
Sucking and draining the cavernsj sew
ering the gulches, picking up the stray
timber along the bank3, washing the
face of the sand bars, the "yaller" old
beast comes tumbling and roaring in
all the pride of mud and dirt and snags
to help the old Missouri take a bigger
It met a slight snag at the B. & M.
j "R. bridge, but soon washed itself in
t an eudv out of that and comes grin
ning along sassy as ever.
V. S. Gihnorc, tho big Jubilee man,
proposes to give a branch entertain
ment in the city of Chicago. It is to
beheld in the magnificent Passenger
Depot of the Michigan Southern and
Rock Island Railroad, commencing on
June 5th. It will be a grand Concert,
no doubt, over three hundred perform
ers being engaged, and all the western
world will le in attendance.
The B. & M. R. R. Co., with an eye to
business, propose to issue excursion
tickets for the round trip, and no
doubt many of our people will take
this occasion to visit Chicago. All
who have not visited the great
city since the fire will find this a good
time to kill two birds with one stone,
namely: see the new city and attend
the concert as the fare will be a mere
Tickets' for the trip, iucluding ad
mission to the concert, will be $20.70,
i good for U'P days. JI urrah for Gilmore
and tlie B. & M. R. R.! I
A jouug child, belonging to a family
by the name of Levins, living about
ten miles out in the country, met with
a frightful accident, resulting in death,
The father had placed the child, a
little girl about three years of age, in
the wagon, which contained some loose
hay, giving her his coat to sit down on,
while he took his team and commenced
plowing in another fart of the Geld.
There were some loose matches iii th6
coat pocket, and it 13 supposed that the
child in playing; ith them set fire to
the hay, and thus to herself. The fath
er; seeing the smoke rise from the wag
on, rushed towards it only to find his
child enveloped in flames, lie burnt
his hands severely in extinguishing the
blaze, and after so doing the child was
carried to the" house. Before a Doctor
could reach the place -the poor little
sufferer wa3 dead.
The rarenta har3 the sympathy c
the whole coraiQunity m their great
iilderli.X,. 'flioniil, of 1Kb Christian
Church, of 1-avenworth, Kansaa, will
commenco a beriea of meetings at the
Congregational Church, at 11 a. m., the
first Lord's day in June. All are in
Go to tlie Old Folks' Con
cert next "Wednesday nighty
and the Dramatic entertain
ment on Thursday night.
On Friday of week before last, Dr.
Wolfe, living near Republican City
came to Lowell. ITc brought with him
three teams for the filrpo3e, as he stat
ed, fo hauling lumber to Republican.
City to erect a drug store. The next
day ho started for Lincoln to get 31,
400 in gold which had been deposited
in a bank to the credit of his wife by
some of her relatives, and directed his
teamsters to remain at the Continental
Hotel until his return, which would be
the same night. Nearly two weeks
elapsed, and the doctor has not been
hcafd from. We are informed that he
had no order from his wife to draw
the money, not having seen her since
tbe great snow storm.
A day or two since, One of ths team
sters telegraphed to Lincoln to know
what had become of Dr. Wolfe, but
was informed that he. could not be
found. Neither could it be ascertained
tvhether he drew the money from the
bank or not, the place of deposit being
It is possible he may have gone to
Plattsmouth, where he formerly resid
ed. Suspicions of foul play of some sort
are entertained by Mrs. Wolfe, who is
desirous of learning the whereabouts
of her husband.
Lincoln and Plattsmouth papers wrill
cenfer a favor by copying the above,
and thus aid in solving the mystery.
We find by later advices that the
party in question ha3 taken himself off
with the money and a female of ques
tionable reputation, to parts unknown.
The cheapest place for your foot gear is at the
Shoe Store, of course. Fstzr HEEGEfl.
Mr. C. Ileisel is putting up a pair of
grain and hay scales, at his mill, and is
prepared to weigh all the wheat and
corn that farmers bring him, besides
paying them the highest market price
in cash for the same. All who deal
with Ileisel will find him a "square
Ohl Folks Concei t for the
benefit cf the Episcopal
Church on "Wednesday night..
Quite a party of our citizens went up
to Omaha on the- excursion train to
hear Blind Tom, and were very well
satisfied, we believe, with the Concert.
The audience was large, many finding
difficulty in obtaing seats.
A GETSEH WASH-TUB.
One evening Messrs. Spencer and
Ilamp, desirous of testing the cleansing
qualities of the hot springs, attempted,
to wasli a flannel overshirt belonging
to the former in their boiling waters.
After carefully soaping the garment,
they committed it to one of the leat
active cauldrons in the basin, when to
their astonishment the water in the
spring suddenly receded, carrying the
shirt out of sight. Citrinsity led thern
the next morning to revisit the spring,
which proved to be a geyser of consid
erable force; and as they stood in mute
astonishment upon the edge, and gazed
down its corrugated sides, listening to
the gurgling and spluttering of tho
water and the ominous intonations
froni beneath, an eruption suddenly
took place, which projected the missing
shirt, arnid a column of water and va
por, to the height of twenty feet into
the air, and in its descent it was caught
upon one of the numerous .silicious
projections which surrounded the edge
Of the crater, and recovered.
During our stay in the basin we had
the good fortune to witness, beside the
eruptions already mentioned, the Cas
tle, the Bee-hive and the Grotto in ac
tion. A hard wind was blowing in the
morning, when tha Casth by various
throbbings, pulsations and shakings
gave notice of its intention to" dis
charge. From "The Ascent of Mount
Haydtn? Scriuner'sfor June.
SCRinNER'S I'OIl JOE.
Among the striking features of Scril
ners for June are' X. P. Dangford's en
tertaing and splendidly-illustrated ac
count of "The Ascent of Mount Hay
den ;" a new picture and biography of
Bret Harte; illustrated papers on Cor
nell University and "Our Postal-Car
Service;" a curious and important pa
per by Gen. Walker, Superintendent of
tho late Census, on the relative increase
by births, of the "American Irish and
American Germans;" "A Seance with
Foster the Spiritualist ;" and an article
by Prof. Wise, the well-known aeronaut,
in opposition to the received theory of
the tides 1 An interesting account of a
visit to tho Pope is given, and there
are two capital short stories, "Captain
Luce's enemy," by James T. McKay;
ami "An OldFashioned Story," by Ma
rian Stockton; besides the continua
of Dr. Holland' "Arthur Bonnicastle,"
in which the hero has a New Year's
experience. Dr. Holland, in "Topics of
Time," discusses "Tlie Atlantic Disas
ter and it3 Lessons ;" and "Conscience
and Courtesy in Criticism." In the
"Old Cabinet" there sire half a dozen
somicts ; "Home and Society" and Etch
ings are more than usually full, and in
"Culture and Progress" there are, be
side th book-reviews, articles on "The
William Morris Window" and other
The "Great South" series' will be
commerii'od in tha Jiily number of
Don't fail to see "Black
Evcd Susan," next week;
The Cleveland - JOeader speaks of
fcOur Libel Suit" Vitu S3 much pride,
and importance as the boy whoboasttd
; of f hp mortal on his father's horrso'.
There h no pain which tho Centaur Liniment
will not relieve, no swelling it will not subdue, j
end no lameness which it will not cure. This is '
strong language, but it is true. Where the parts
are not gone, its effects are marvellous.. It lias
produced more cures of rheumatism, neuralgia;
lock-jaw, palsy, sprain,, swellings, ear-ache
eakod-briasts, seaids, burns, salt-rheum, &c,
upon the human frame, and of strains, spavin,
galls, &r., upon animals in one year than have
all other pretended remedies since the world
boican. It is a counter-irritant, an all-healing
rain-rellevcr. Cripples throw away their
crutches, the laiae walk, poisonous bites are ren
dered harmless, and the wounded arc healed
without a scar. It Is no himibug. The recipe" is
selling as oo article ever before sold, and It sells
because it does Just what it pretends to do.
Those who now sufTer from rheumatism, pain or
swelling desorVe to suffer if they will not use
Centaur Liniment, more than 1000 certificajes
of remarkable cures. Including frozen limits.
Chronic-rheumatism, gout, running tumours, &c.
h".ve bceri received. "We will send a c'reular
containing certificates, the recipe, C, gratis to
to any one requesting it. One bottle of tlie yel
low wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one
hundred dollars for foundered or sweenied hor
ses and mules, or for screw-wonH irt sheep.
Stock-owners this liniment is worth your at
tention. Xo family should bo without Centaur
Liniment. J. B. Rose & Co., New York. 4C-1 j'
Castobia 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
cr alcohol, and Is pleasant to take. Children
need not cry and mothers may rest. 4G-ly
Corn 23 2."",
Reported by Cctlkr & "White.
NEW YORK, May
. . 34 pr. ct.
Governments Dull and
CHICAGO May 21.
"W heat Regular
3 25&5 25
5 005 55
4 50&5 10
Business is business, and so are the Cijars
the r. O. Hook Store. 5-tf.
Ladies, c;Jl and examine the nice and -cheap
Gaiters at the Shoo Store, before you buy else
where. So charge for showing them.
5-tf. l'KTEB MEKOS3.
O.Ticc and Store rooms. Inquire of Mrs
D. Whitcomb, or at this office.
The larje and commodious warcroom, cellar,
and office on second floor of building formerly
occupied by Jacob Vallery, jr., in Masonic
Bloch. Enquire cf li. U- Livingston- or
W'c konstantiy keep a Komplete stock of kroc
kery. kweensware. kutlery. kongress gaiters,
kodfish, korscts, kraekera, kanrty, kollars, k!o-
thio;, k notions, kerosene, koflee, kurrants,
kottonades, kassimeres, kandles. and eyery
thinjj konsistcntly kounected with the trade,
which we are selling at lowest ka.sh prices ;
konsequeatly k.ush ku:tomer3 kneed to kali
kwick to get bargains. ltKKi I'.ros..
6-if "Weeping Water, Neb.
THE HOWE SEWING MACHINE
F. r. Todd & Co. are the Agents for the
Howe "Sew hi'' Machine, in I'lattsmouth.
! They have opened a salesroom and office on
Main street, between Fourth and Fifth streets.
This Mai'liino Is so well known that any words
of praise from us would be useless. It is a Lock
stitch, double threaded, nuir-hine, and ranks
No. 1; ?.rrns the jreat Sewing Machines of the
Burlington & Missouri River Railroad
Company in Nebraska.
F.OHTON. Mass.. May 1.1. is:3.
Tlv annual meoln!r of the stockholders of
the llur'iincton & Missouri Kiver Kail road Com
pany in Nebraska, will be held at tho oltiee of
the VouipHuv in the eity of flattsmouth, Ne
braska. Friday 1 lie ?ath clay of June, proximo,
f.r the election of Directors, and other business
which may leira'.lv come before the meeting.
It is proposed to change the time of the annual
meeting. By order of the f.oard.
J. N. Dknisox,
Noi ice is hereby given to all penons haYinjr
accounts as:dn.'.t the estate of Jonathan Adams
deceased, to fii the same in the oiftce of
Probate Judge, Vlaltsmouth. Cass County Neb
raska, on or before the 1st day of October, A. 1.
18T:. II. E. Ellison, I'robate Judv'G-
May 21, 173. 6w3.
Is hereby given that all jcrsons who bavemsvle
Iii;proenn-iits on the School I-'!iis of this
County since th Twenty-first day of June,
A. 1. iHT.!, c-oi have sudh Improvements aj
praWed by notifying the I'or.tty Clerk of .the
same on or before the Fifteen tii day of oUue,
A. I. ist:.
By order of the County ComToi'-'sioiei-a,
D. W. McKINNO.V.
P-3 Clerk C:iss Co.
T.-ken up by the undersigned on the nth d:.v
of ?d.;v. Is7;t. one nav Mare, about 14 veers old
with "W " branded on the riglit and "t " on the
left shoulder. The owner can have the same
bv calling oil the undersi'.'iied and paving the
charges. HirHAltu N. Lf.wis.
Camp Creek, Greenwood I"ieciuct, Nebraska,'
May l", 1S73. C-St.
In tbe District Court of Nebraska, In and
11. L. It. STTLES,
vs. f Legal Notice.
John" Sxyif.r &
William Snvkkr. f
JJy virtue of an order of sale issued to me in
-LJ the alove entitled cause out of Hie said
Court. I will at Eleven oV'ock a. v. on Monday
I lie ii;ih day of June, A. 1. 1S7.'!. olTer at pubii'c
S;de to the highest and best bidder at tlie fnmt
door of the Court ll;ue in I'lattsmouth Neb
raska the following described lteal Kstate to
wit. Lot No. Kive (5 in P.loc.k No. Sixty three
(rci) in tho City of l'i.ittsaioulh Cass 'County
Nel'raskjw Tlie above lteal K-statc will le sld
on said day to satisfy the decree of tlie Court in
favor of the Plaintiff against Defendants and as
the proierty and KVal Kstateof the Defendants.
(liven under my band this llth day of May.
A. L. 1873. .1. W. Johnsov,
. , f'criff. Cass Co., Nebraska.
S:dii 51. Chajiman rififs Attorney. e-5t.
Isaac VTeil and Isaac Cahn "
Willis J. Horton, WHliara execution.
C. Jeuks and James Clizbe. j
Notice is hereby given that I will offer forsale
at public auction at the front door of the Couft
House in l'lattsnioiith, Cass Couuty, Nebraska,
on Mondar, the 3oih day of June. A. D. IS73. at
one o'clock n. ni. of said day, the following real
estate, to-wit :
The south hulf ('41 of the north east quarter
(V) of section ntimber thirteen (131 in townsliip
number ten (lo north of range number eleven
(11) east of the Sixth JYin-ipnl Meridian, in
Cass County. Nebraska, aud lot number live (5)
in block number sixty-six (w. lot number six
(C in block number sixtvAix (6f) Hnd lot num
ber tlirec (3) in block number sixty-eight (68)
and lot number four (4 in block number sixty
eight all in the town of Weeping Water
Cjlss County, Nebraska, levied upon as the
property 4.1 the said Defendant, Willis J. Hor
Vn. by virtua of an execution in favor of the
l'lainliffs, Weil and Cahn, issued by the Clerk
of the District Court, within aud for Cass Coun
ty. Nebraska, aud to me directed as Sheria of
; Given under my hand this 2th day of May.
A. V. 1872. J.W.JOHNSON,
' r. , - - -SberiftCass Connty, Neb. .
O f. SsfiTfT, Attorney for Flatndff . ' -
IS tb DVtrict Court of Xebrttska,
in tri tot
Cada couaty : -
O. L. Talmet, '
vs, ( Legal Notice.
John Koss and
SVSAN ItOSS. ) . .
T?y virtue of an Order of Sale Issued to me In
J the alove entitled caus;? out of the said
Court. I wlU :t Dhe o'ehK-k, J. M.. on Monday
the lGth day of June, A. 1. 1st;, offer for sale at
tlie front door of the Court House, in I'latts
mouth, Nebraska, the following described Lc&l
Estate, to-wit :
Iots number seven (7) and eight fS). In Block
number thirty-six :".), in the C!ty of I'latts
moilih. Cass cimntv, Nebraska. The above
real estate will lie sold on shI J day to satisfy tho
decree of the said Court in favor of the 1'laia
tilf and against the Defendants, and as tbe
property aud real estate of tlie defendants.
C-1 ven under my hand this 14! h day of May,
A. IX 1873. J. w. JOHNSON".
Sheriff Ciiss Co., Nebraska.
Sam. JI. CBiriiAK, i'ifl's Att'y. 8-svr
IN the District Court of Nebraska, In and for
Cass County : .
- James Mitchell,
vs. i Legal Notice;
Andrew J. Klkpser
& A. J. lii-ispstit. f
By vIrtueof an Order of Sale Issued to me In
the above entitled cause out of said Court,
T will at Two o'clock P. M. on Monday the loth
day of June, A. 1. 1S73, offer for sale at public
Auction at tlie front door of the Court House in
I'lattsmouth, Nebraska, the following described
Ke;d Estate, to-wit :
Five abres of ground commencing at the
Northwest corner of the Northwest quarter)
of the Northeast quarter (,H)of Section number
Nineteen (l'J), in lownshin number Twelve (12).
North of Kange number Fourteen (14) East of
the Sixth Iriiicipul Meridian, in Cass county,
Nebraska; thence East ah'iig the North line of
said Section thirty-seven t.'J7 rods, tbeneo South
twenty-one and sixty-three hundredths (21 3
l'Xi). roils thence West thiriy-sevcii (.T7) rods,
Nortli thence to the place of beginning. The
above real estate will be sold on said day tosatis
fy tlie decree of the Court In favor of the Plaintiff
against Defendants and as tile property and
re:d estsiteof the Defendants.
Given under uiy hand this 14t!i day
A. D. 1S73. J. W. JOHNSON,
siienn cass co.
Sam. M. Chapman, ITifs Att'j.
In the name of tbe people of the Sate cf Ne
braska. John M. Hluehman and Alice Hinch
uiaa, whose place of residence is unknown, aud
Joseph V. Hinthuian of the State of Iowa, will
take notice that William E. Donelan of the
Countv of Cass and Slate of Nebraska, did on
tiie Ltith dav of May, l73, fl!e his petition iu the
District Court of the Second Judicial District of
ihe State of Nebraska, in and for Ca.-.s County,
a "a hist the said Johu M. Ilinehman, Alice
Hincliman, his wife, and .losejdi V. Hiiichman,
defendants, setting forth that John M. ilineh
man and Alice Hincliman, his wife, gave a
mortgage to the said William E. Donelun on
the following lauds to-wit : Lots one aud two
1 1 and 2 in Block No. eleven til ), in the city of
Platt.siuouth, and aiso on the undivided half of
the following described land to-wit : commenc
ing twentv-two rods south of the northwest
corner of the southwest quarter of section
eighteen (is), town twelve (12.' range fourteen
(14), e tst of tho th principal meridaii. run
ning thence east forty (40 rods, thence south
twenty-four (24) rods, thence west forty (k)
rods, thence north twenty-four (24 1 rods. to. the
place of beginning, all the above lands in Cass
County, Nebraska, to secure the payment of
?-2M and interest, according to a certain prom
issory note referred to iu said mortgage, and
that since ti;e giving of-the said mortgage the
said.Josph V. Ilinehman, the other lxiendant,
claims some interest in part of said lands un
der tlie said John M. Hincliman, and praying
that said John M. lliiicliman may pay said sum
now claimed to be due, with interest, amount
ing to tlie sum of Slllf), and interest oa the same
from the 13th day of September 1S72, at the
ntecfl2 percent, per annum, that being the
balance due after deducting tdl payments, or
that s:iid premises may be sold to pay the same,
and the said John M. Hinchmau. Alice Hincli
man and Joscf-ii V. Ilinciinian are notified that
lliey are reouired to appear and answer said pe
tition on or before Monday the 7th day of July,
A. D. 173, or Judgment will be rendered accord
ing to the praver of the said petition.
Dated this 20th day of May 1S73. .
WM. E, DONKLAN, Plaintiff,
by WILLITT ro'iTfNOi-R.
ilia Attorney. 8-Jt.
Ilibfcard & Spencer of the SHte of Illinois,
Isaac Weil. Isaac halm and William M. V ieth,
of St. Joseph. Missouri, the St. Joseph Manu
facturing Company of Die State of Indiana,
and A. M. Allen, formerly of tho State of M;is-saehu.-elts.but
whose residence is now unknown,
Francis A. White, of New Jersey, and F.
Whi. of Iowa, will take notice that Eunice
A. White, a married woman, did on the 21st day
of May, 1S73, lite her petition in the District
CourUSecond Judicial District, in and for Cass
County against the said Hibbard & Six-ncer,
Jsadc and Isaac Kalin. the St. Joseph
Manufacturing Company. A. M. Allen, Francis
A. White and . F. White, :nd other Iefcnd
ants, setting forth that Willis J. Horton and
Paulina A. Horton (ly name and signature of
Y. A. llorton) gave a mortgage to Francis A.
White, Ezra S. 1 law ley and ii. F. White, on the
southeast quarter (') of section thirty-ihree
(a) in townsliip iiumhcr eleven (11) north of
raiige, number eleven t'U) e;est of the (itli Princi
pal Meridian, and the north half Ci)ofthe
north west quarter fiof tlie south cast quarter
(Vt) of st t-lioii number fotir (4 in tow nship num
ber ten (I'D north of range utunber eleven (11)
ca.se of the Sixth tth Principal Meridian, lying
and being in Cass Countv and State of Nebras
ka, to secure the pavment of .4.Uir..74 aeeoi.iiiig
t.) a certain note of illis J. Horton and V.'ii
liam ('. Jeuks. referred to in said Mortgage,
which Mortgage and Note the said J'fancis AJ
White, Ezra S. HaWlcy anil (J. F. White have
duly assigned to plaintiff in her own l ight, and
that since the giving of said mortgage tlie other
Defendants claim some interest iu said lands
under the said Willis J. Horton and William C.
Jeuks, and praying that the said Willis J. Hor
ton and William C Jeuks may pay said sum of
$4.rV.74 with interest at 12 per cent per annum
from January llth 1SC3. which is now claimed
to be due, less 37.7) paid on the 4th day of
September. 1S71. and $2,coo assumed by James
Clizbe on the ISth day of December, 1S71. or
that saiil premises may be sold to iay the same,
and the said Hibbard and Sjiencer. Isaac Weil
and Isaac Kahn Wiilhuu M. Weith, the Saint
Joseph Manufacturing C.oiiijanv; A. M. A!!' r
Francis A. White and (1. F. White are notified
that they are required to appear and answer
said petition on or before the the third MonSay
after the 12th day of June, 1S73.
Dated May 21st, 1873.
Attest. D. W. McKINNOV,
Clerk of District Court, Second Judicial Dis
trict, Cass County, Nebraska.
EUNICE A. "WHITE,
By Wheeler & Stin-hi:omb,
8-4t Her Attorney;
Public Sale of School Lands.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an act
of tbe Legislature of the State of Nebraska en
titled au act "to .provide for the registry of
School Lauds for the control and disinisftioii
thereof, and for the safe kee;ii.g of the funds
derived from the sale and lease of said lands"
w hicli said act was approved June 21th. A. D;
IrtT. Aud also iu accordance with a suoso
queut amendment to said act, approved Febru
ary 15th, A. D. ISO!), I will oh
Wednesday the 23th day of June
next, at the hour of ten o'clock A. m.,
at the front door of the Court House in
i'l.ittsmourii City. Cass County, Nebraska, otfef
tor sale at public auction to tiie highest bidder,
aJi tbe following described School Lands iu aabl
county, to-wit ;
Part of Section.
s. w. .
pi H of
s. J of n. e. 4
n. of s. e. )i
s. e. if. of s. e.
11. Vt of n. e. a
s. w. 14 of 11. c.
s. -i of n. w; .
S. J jj
n. y3 9f c. e. H
s. w: 4 of s. e. 4
s. e: 4 of n. w.
s. w. of n. e.
n. e. ,'4 or n. w.
s. l of iu w. hi
11. H of s. w. U
n. e. Ji of s. e. lA
s. e. , s. w. - of s. w:
n. e. 01 s. e. 4
n. e. 4 s. w. H
f. H of s. e. 14
b: . U of n. c. U
s. w. )i of 11. e. hi
Sr.fd sale will be continued" from day -dav
nntil all ol ibe above described, lands shail Lave
In witness whereof I have hereunto srt my
band and afflxert the seal of said County, at
llattsmouth, this 9th dayjof May, A. D. 1873.
- IV "W. JkOCurNO?!.- .-
To Farmers aiid Horsemen.
Dr. "vV. t. Jonm bocs Iero trt ofl tXotJo ,M
tothof-ct that he has Just reool red. twt vJ
fine animals troui the euat, viz. :
T ITT XTrirn-n T M fTT
From Flrflild, Iowa, and th
mad Btaiiion callod
Iron Orry !or-
Five years old and weighs i.vkj oounds.
They are both sure foal getters, and will ctand
at lbt:k F.luffs and elsewhere iu the County
during the season. For full particulars see
THE"VICTOP" S.M. CO.'S
NEW SEWING MACHINE
Yl C TOR
Buns yery Easy,
Runs vcTy Faf:;
Has a New Shuttle superior to all others.
Great improvement in Needle,
Cannot be Set Wrong.
Address THE "VICTOR" S. M. CO.
M loth st., 4 doors west of Broadway, N. Y.
11. A. WATEltMAN & SOX
wholesale Mid Retail Dealer la
u in b cr
Sash, Doors, Blinds, &c.
OF ALL KINDS
JOB OFFICE COMPLETE
Of All Kinds,
NEAT AND CHEAP
NEBRASKA HERALD OFFICE.
. tXATTEWOCTIL NED.
CtRuiiB CT2SKi, 1 -
FLOUR, CORN MKALFF-E1;
btvid. nod for sale et lowest Cacti
C?Tho Highest price jaW for Wheat ftni
Farticular attention given to Custom work.
NEW HAVEN ORGAN CO.
Manufacture the Celebrated
Jiiiiiice aM emple Organs.
These Orgins are unsurpassed In tmahfy cf
tone, style of finUli, implioi;y of coi.s'.rucllon,
Also MELo'DEONS in various !yIt-8 and ua
equaled In tone.
.Send for IlliLstrr.leri Catalogue.
Address NEW HAV EN (ill'JAM CO..
, , . . New llini, Conn,
lyAgenls Wanted. -ic-ut
- r ti
l am now prepared to furnish the best una
TWICE EVERY DAY
To all parties notifying me
- PETER COOS.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. O. BOt)NE.
Mafa street, opposite Ciocl.s IIcua.
flair Cutting, Shaving
Especial uttcr.tlon given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S HAIR.
Cull and see BOONE, gents and get a boon in a
WEEriNO WATER; NEBRASKA.
JAS.. CLISBE $L COm
Notions, 6.C., &c.
We are Ascuts for
Willcor cC- Gills' Serving Marines.
CITY MEAT 31AKKET;
Tlte best cf Fresh Zleats always on
hand in tJir season:
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
t3" Highest Cash Trice paid for green bides.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEB.
FAll 31 Eli's' EXGIIANGET
B. Or. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE, - -
Keeps constantly on hand all
Koots, Shoes. 4&c.
In fact, everything usually kept In a Variety
Store. wliU h will be sold on small profits for
CASH. All kinds of Produce takcu iu exchange
for goods, and tha
Highest Market Prices given in Ca.fli
for Grain. l'J
TVayman t$ Curtis,
Repnircrs of Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw and
Cas and Steam Fitting, Wrought Iron Pi p.
Forehand Lift Pumps, bteatu ;uai;u3, baicty
Valve Governors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittings
Furnished on short notice.
Repaired on short notice.
Thos. W. Shryock,
And" dealer in all kinds of
Furniture and Chairs.
Mais STtfF.iT, Nest door to Brboks House.
FLATTSM.6UT1L - NEB.
1 V& P.epairir.s': and. VamishVrr? n-aUy dono.
' 'ill 3 ..,;V
. A FEW APPLICATIONS 51AE3J A 4 -
Puro Blooming .Complexion;.
It s rurW Vcffotabio, mil Us pl,oa
cn aiid ' 0o. .. It l xn wuy with Xha
rius'iod Appiaraucs caasod by Ueat. FUtm
nd i'uiipls. dUpiUliii drli nit unsightly
Lpc-ts. Di ivo(iay 'in. Fm-lr uil 8nn.
urn, ai.d brits p,'mtlo but power lui liiflttono
n.antlca the'laicdciictk v,iti . ., M
toui iiri'L EL003I am beauty.
V?oH t-t:i Ituiic'"'. I"i3"-y Stores. Do
jot, i l --' vt.-k .
Vlnejrni liUtrra r.'e nt.t ;.c l'uac
rrinH, iiiadc c! Poor Rum, Whiskey, I'nx-f
bptrits nnd llefuwj Llquoin, doctored, plccd.
and fi-octecerl to pleuso tlie Inste, C;Jlc4
"Tonics." " Appciiitrs," " T.fi'1orr,', Ac,
tlist le.ul tiie tippler on to drunkenness and
ruin, but nic a tree Medicine, tnndo Iroiu tli
I.arive r.ir-is and licrb3 of ';i!iforn.a, tivm
n "1 AIcoIk'c Stimulant;". Tln-y are tlie Orcn?
lnood I'lii-iiler ami a I.ife.jrtviii!? Principle, n
Perfect Pcuovator and lnic'rii'or of tn hy
tern. r.irrMiia c:r a!l poi.-.onous matter ii'
r":oi'i!i!: iiio bioo l bl a healthy ouditlon, en
Sii liluif it, rcrrishlnir atld InvtrortOi"' ttoih
ir,iol iinil body. '1 licy ro easy of U'liiUhlvtra.
to'i. pior.it't in tbeir action, frt.iin in ihrir
rcsuils, Bufu find rcllnblo iu all forniR of (lllicn.
,n I'rnnii rnu Uka lim Ultima".'
coriiins; to directions, ond rcnuvii loncun cP,
provided thtir Imjiicb aro u-.A. ddstroytd l7
tni:ier;vl pelson or oilier me:ni:i. and 1I10 vital
organs wasted lwyond llic point of repnln
i)-NpepMln or Indigent lrtii, llca-l.lrl.r ,
rin iu the Siinulilfri, Cennl.s. '1 inlitnc-ss of tliq
Chest, Dizziness, Sour V. met at ions of UieStnm
aeli.HadT;iste in tho Mouih.P'iHusAttacka.l'nh
fitstion oftiic ll art. lnriuminii",ii of :ui Luoir.
ain in the rfpions of the Kidnoys.and a hiuuJre-.i
oilier painful symptoms, are tl.e pi:prinpa or
Ivspcpi:. In ihe fe ccunpiBlnt It hnHiieeiul,
nnd one Iiottlo will prove a botu r irunrHiituc of
Its merit A lhaa a lenj;thy tulvcrnsMiicCt . ."V
f.'or Frmnle oniplHlla. 1ti yot"for o.d
nisrrled or simile, at me dawn of Wopmnltoo,'
or the tuiu of life, these Tonic 1 liters oinpl.i v l:-3
decided rn influt-nce thut a marked Improve
icent is sooa perecptflilo.
Kor Iiiflniuumfory nl , throtilrt
Xlliciimntiitnt and (inut, lniim nniu or Iml,.
p.-vuiou. Unions, Kemlttcut und Interjiilttcot
Fevers, Disea'wf" of IhB HloHl.I.iver. Kidnc.i s&mT
madder, tliose Hitters have len most aiirccuuiiU'.
Euch I)iscnsesarecaunel byVituteoniood.whli a
in pcneiA'ly produced by Ocrangc.Ticst of tlie.
liitres'lve a'aiis. . , n'
Tin-j- nr n Ceutlc Pnrsalir a ill
an 't oiile, posMjbniuc alsj :i.c pe-ulrir lucni
t: acting as a powerful nt-ent in n'llvl!itr :nr
fcslion or Inini'imintion of tho I.lvcr aud Ma
Ceral Oraans find iu ihiiotn biases. , , .
For Skin Dienca, Knip! Ions. T'-.l lcr, t;'.r
Pheuni, Iliot'-hes, huiiia. Plnt!i;s. ruHHileii, Hulls
Carbuncles, Pinir-wortun, Hcald-llead. Sore Lyes
rrvsipelus, ltcli. Scurfs. luscolonitions pi lb
hk'in. Humors and liiseowa of tlie SKu, of
whatever name or nature, are li.'u.-rally ;ui tip
and carried out of the system In a sliort t'mcbf
the use of ihcso Hi iters. nn bet lluln sucli caae4
will convince the most iiicrcihilcius cf tlielr cur-,
atlve ctleets. ' . 1 t . . T"-,
, Cle tli TIfettt nlo'o-T Vlicr.o--.ir
you find its ImpnrltHv bursun through tho
Kkta bi Pir:ipies, Kniptlons, ot (Sure ; rieanss II
u-licn you nnd it obstrttrtei nnd sIukiI bt tbo
vc'ns ; cleanse li when it Is foul ; your fe!int
win toll you when. Keep the blood pnrc, aud
tn? licilTii of the Fystcm wiil follow. . . , .-
r.iblt fill TlotinM p'Ct lMm Vt-t(J
f iTKiiJ? tho mot Wonderful 'nvlpftnu.il Ida,
ever sa.st:ii!ie.l the siukin systna.
Ciu, Tape, nnil ol l:r r Wtn iu. lnk!: ,
In the sTKtciii ol ko many tlioutanUH, are e:t. ;
tnn:!y Uf 'st roved ond removed. 8ajH a illstic-'
puiHiiod pliysiioloRiht : There is scarcely an inU-
v !dti.-.l or: the faceofthoc.Trtli whose body loi
errpt from the preseu"5 of wonns. It Js not n?l
on ilic lie:iitby e!"i0'. tits of 1 lie bdd.y tint wcrnii
e. M.u. but uion tho ll 4eased humors tnd tHKuyi
dopo"!! that breed thene livtnx mounters of
iisea.jc. No sysictu of medlciuc, uo venniriurc.,'
110 aiiiiiclwiiui! is. wiil fico tho tjalcai lioio,
vvon; lll.e tl'.ese lhtttr?. .
Mriianiril jleaa Perroit flBfig-V,
H Pain's nt:d Mlncruia, sm Ii n Plumpers. Tpc-'
f. 'rers Uold-t'ciMTS, and 5! 'iier, ar-tiiey ul-;
vane4 ia hie, arc iitije.:t to parulvsis of tli(j
bowels, 'in jrunrd iu,-Hi:irt thn, take a dnMi of
vji KEK'S ViNECiAH LilTMib twice A Week,. rx.
Illllnm, Itrmltleitf, nnil InlrruiW-V
lent Fri era, wlilcli are si prevaietil In tli-
valleys ot our jrrent rivers throughout ihe L'nitct
f-:itcR. especially thOMe of the istsiippl. Ohio,'
Missouri, latuot-t, TcilBcsw-c, Cuuilierluml, Ar-
kani-as, i:-jd, Colorado, bnirCs, .itio -,rai(lo,
l'eiirl, AUdinnui. Mobile, Kivannao, P.ran ike
James, aud mut.y oiiiers, wl'li their va.-t TriU'
tarics, tlirouKiioiit ur rulirc country
thn Snmrnerand A-nnnin. nnil rntnarrtibiy ad"
liuiu Fascnsof unusual heal and dyiiws,t,Q
ltijri.ib:y acmnipanled by cxt'jnMvo o rat vo
n'lentB ol the Moinach und liver, and other a-.
doniiaal viscera. Iu their treatment, a pprga-'
Uve, exenlng a powerful bifluenco uiou t''es
various oreans. is esscnuiilly ueccstary. Ther?
is no cathartic lor ths purpose equal io Dlt. 1,"
WlttKK'9 VINEOAK lllCI KltS. US tltey WU
f ccdi:y remove the d:irk-ci-lered viscid matter"
w!h wtiich tlie loweis are loitded, at t'io.amtf
time sUniu.utliiK. th" wcteamw or tlie liver, aud
r-ucr&lly reMionii? the bcnlUiy functions ol tkd
Ui?esnve orgq-. ... ..
f crofnlo, or Kli5' Hvl!, Wr.ita stc'
lntrs t'lcors. hryMipeum, tw.-iled neck, lloitre,'
Sercfulous Infhoituuitioiis, Indolent lulbiinma-,
tkiBs. Mercurial Aflcctiona, Old fcoren, Krup-;
tiorm of the Skin, hore Kvex, etc, cur. In ther
asln all other constitutional llenHe.W l.lfBhiJl
Viki;aii P.;tti;ks ::i Mliown their pn;at ocra-'
tlte pnwea la llic cicst o!jttiiaie aud iutract-,
aiii'; ts"i. j .. ,
Ir. Wnfker CallforiilA 'Vlnfat-f
Itilters aet on all tliew; cases in a Miiniar
limmier. Jiy piiiirln(r ttin liio'xl lliey pmiiok
the eause. oiel by resolvitiir away the eibs-tH of
tli lintanimutiou (tiie tul rculHr deposits) tho'
ale.-cted puns receive licukli, aud a pcrmaorot
Clue in I!cctcd. . . ....
Ths troperle eflR. Wa I.E Kit's VrXESlr!
Pitj eiis are . Apcneut. Idaphoretle, Cannu)
ative, Nu;n:ki.s. l.aiative, Dii;rcilc, ii.
live. Coiuiterdrritant, ijiuloriUc, Alterative,
and Antl-biiiotis. . .
Tlx Apcrirnt and mild Laratire pro".?r"
ties of luu Walkkk's ivKOAa Hiiti-.ks 'fcio
the best safc-pnard- In rajea of eruptions an I'
malignant fcvcis, ttn-ir balsnmie, healmtr, and
soothlug properties protect t'ic iiutnors of tho".
fauces. Their Sedative p' opr rtlcs almr paid lit'
tne nervous system, eiotiiach. an. I licwcia, tlitier
fro'i inaiitmiiiion, wind, colic, cramps. eto..
Knrtlfj- tt IkhIj- itraliist illaoiie
nutiryiiii; ail its iitiius wi:ii Viseoak hirrtuis."
So cpiueuil'j can tukc bold of a ay sum thus
Direct lona Take or tbe Blttc'iu cri c'M.r
to bed at uoriit friu a li:ilf 10 one aud oiil-I,.7
wjuc-fc'lisslu'l.. Lat good nourl-hlnt food, ncoj
a.s.0- f-fctesd;. niuiron chop, vcui,soa. roit hef,
Pcd vcftctablesi. and lane otit-door exercle.
Ttiey are composed of p'irely vcge'-able lD(;r.
diettts, nnd Coutaas 'no spi.ii. ' .
11. II. MclMAM) &. CO.. ' -
Dro?ist ;iU G' u. Airt.1.. ft,ia i'rarn-iscn, Ca!.,
A cor. ol Wacliineion ixr.l 'lisrlum Sts.. y.y. '
feOLU EY ALL iyltCUGlSTS A DtALEKS.
Only 50 Cents per bottle.
It promotes the GKO vVTII, FIlESrKVEa
tbe COLUU, and Increase tho TIo
, avadBEACTVof tfao IIAItt. ,
t IHB Ha 1 a wm lint plad 10 U roret
.for 1 . 1 tioniAH L?on irrdaMo . Vn.D?"V.
mt 1 m fooiN uia I milB.
art. Hfl jiHUJw ....... -
JmritT it h obtained, is oupiwedontfd n'L'0?J
It incrart the Ofi;,.TH and v2 th
Hum. It i a delightful drotoin. It rmdicteo
Iudrarf. It pront b Hw from turoiac Tr
ftkMp the btud cool. n.l iTea t h h.ir b "it.
iw .mMnulr.. it fat the ?M in WAWTri K.
QTl d oi.'
T " - ,
all DruKjp. 'd f!"!
iry Stores at only 1 11
y Cent Pr uwie,
Woman's Glory is Her Hair;
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