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Railroad Time Table.
B. d- M. R. R. AY NEBRASKA.
No. 5 No. 3 No. 1 STATIONS.
No. 2 No. 4 No.
J'.OO 6.Ti ll.ia Flattsmouth 2.00 7.15 3.10
8.23 n.M'1.a Orc.HHilW 1.47 7.2.1 2.43
run M.:;n oinafui 2.40 h.ki
r.." 11. on Kfllovnc 2.10 7.:0
7.l) 1I.J1 1.H Platte 1.M 7.10
7.2.1 11.25 Orcapolis 1.47 CM
R. 7.41 11. .IX Concord 1.31 ;.jh 2.1.
y.:ci 8.11 13.00 Louisville l.rnj r..ll l.;
!t..r.s s.:.7 12.12 South Bend ' 12.60 5.50 1.10
Kl.:fl - t 12.35
M.&0f 1 " Ashland 12.35 5.32ll-r5
11.25 9.12 12.50 Greenwood 12.20 5.14 11.25
l.U-5 9.31 1.05 Wavcrly 12.05 4.50 10..V
12.25 .47 1.17 Newton 11.52 4.41 10.0
12..rKj 10.10 1.35 Lincoln 11.35 4.20 10.00
1.25 2.0i Lincoln 11.17 t.30
2.i"5 2.251 1 teuton 10.52 fi.SO
2.4! No. 7 2.40 Highland 10.35 No. g 8.2-J
ii.Vl K.50 3.00 Crele 10.2S 2.52 8.10
10.0S 3.24 Dorchester 10.0H 2.20
1t.20 4.1U Exeter 9.23 l.l5
11.51 1 4.3d Fairmount SUMS 12.35 )
12.13 ) 12.15 '
l.oo 5.0S O Rift on R.3.1 11.20
1.25 O.lfl Sutton .2 11.00
2.37 5.5H H;u-v:ird 7.57 10.00
3.17 .27 Inland 7.32 9.10
3.17 fi.-w listings (7.208..lo
7.05 ) j 7.00 f a.wt
4.30 7.25 Juniata ' B.43 7.55
h.tri 7.4X Kencsaw fi.23 7.15
r..r 8.1 Ixmcll COO 6.35
i.20 8.::5 Fort Ke;miy 5.4 4 r,.M
7.12 9.05 Kearny June. 5.15 5.20
I HI All A BRANCH.
I c llattsmouth, c.r,' p in Ar Omaha,
lo.:io a in
0.10 p m
1 i p in
11.5H a in
7.45 p HI
b. d- m. n. n.
Ar I'lat Us.
r..4.r a m
3.15 a in
o.io a in
T.e Pacific .Tunc,
Ar Pacific June,
7.00 a in
4.30 p 111
8.50 a 111
The tinio piven altove N th;t of ("hlfairo,
which is 33 minute. faster than tliut of l'latts
tnoutti. LOCAL XEWS.
C A I- A U V K UTI S i:.M ENTS.
Transient 25 eentsaline. l!e;nlar advertisers
lflccuU per line. No advertisement Inserted
for less than 25 cents.
I.eg:.t advertlseinentH will be ehuised to the
parties luuidins them in.
COM M VN I CAT IOX S.
As our space Is Uiuiled, all communications
must be brief and to the point, with no va.ste of
Arc requested to notify the cfilce if the paper is
not delivered promptly.
N KWSPAPEIl HECISTONS.
1. Any person v. ho takes a pioer regular' v
from the post onee. whether direeted to l-S
name, or whether he is a sulivrioer or not is
responsible for the pay.
2. If any person orders his paper discontin
ued, he miit pay all arre.ir w. or the pu'iiisher
iav eo;i!in'.v to"si'!id it un'.il payment is made,
ami eollert the whole amount, whether the pa
per Is taken from the oliice or not.
3. The court have dc Med that, refusing to
t:ike newspjiH-rs and periodical. from the post
otJIee. or icniovirt'i and leaviiiL' ther.i miealled
for, is prima evidence of ixtkntiai. ki:ai'i.
Notk-kto EvKnvr.ouY. All.suhseril)c:-spay-"
lng for their paper to us. ?ml ordering it slopin-d
at a certain time, will find ft so stopped; but
v.e cannot !e re--ioiis!l!e for what has been
done before our time, nor for orders .supposed to j
be given by others to others. Our books alcne
tnnst be the ;;uide for a'.l eld suLseriptkms. ;
I'k ase remember this.
Bargains at Hank S:rci;i:t's.
75 loads of new wheal on our streets
One case of sun-stroke in our city on
Call and see !. S- iimuise & Co.'s ivw goods.
ruit of v:irko.i.i kni.l.i bcjrins to ai-
varioii-i kiu.l.; be;
pear o:t oui
. Mr. V.'
J. Linch, Fn.-d master at Mt.
alh'd on Saturday last, and we
:ij oye 1 a pl-ja vint chat. Call agtin.
I,uke Mb.-kehi duing a good busi
ness in tho produce line. He always
pays a little more for a good article
than anyone c-lse.
:-.t th-i Shoe Stor-'
E. B. EewK our enterpising, good-
looking, and virtuous mail agent j
brings us half sdozen fine Apricots!
from Ogden on the l . 1 .
S. A. Taylor, th Life Insurance man,
was in town again Tuesday. It is as
tonishing what a healthy town this is
whenever lie comes around.
Ucv. Mr. McKelvey preached a very
iiitereting sermon on Sunday evening
last, at the Methodist church, from the
4Cth to 48th verses of tho 10th chapter
Tobacco r.t the Tost OSiets
The Presbyterian Sabbath School is
in a more nourishing condition than it
has been for years. It is run altogeth
er by old heads, and consequently, it is
Wm. Stadelmann's building down
town where he used to sell cheap cloth
ing, you know, is being refitted for Mr.
Med u ire who moves his wholesale li
quor store into new" quarters next
As we are just going to press, we are
unable to give any extended notice of
Die Fireman's Ball, last night, further
than to say, it proved an entire success;
every body apparently enjoying tliein
Sches. The net receipts being about
$2 )0.00. A cake was voted to the most
popular lady, and was won by Miss
Kate Tuney, bringing the comfortable
Bum of 880.90.
Go to the Ferry Company for your summer's
wood. Mi cords dry cotronwood for sale, alid
delivered about town. 12tf
TOADS, FROGS AND Yi MISKY.
4 An army of toad.s or frogs have
taken possession of the country around
Eowell, and a party lately from there
fays "not a square foot of ground can
you put your foot down on but that
you would step on a toad." They are
in the road and get run over and
mashed by the horses feet and the
wagon wheels. Where they came
from no one knows, but they march
hop) west in solid phalanx, neither
fence, tree nor bush stopping their
way; when they come to a house they
first try to hop over it, and after sever
al ineffectual trials they crawl round
somehow, and uniting on the far side,
hop on as persistently as ever. So
thick are they that the Texas cattle
men toss knives over their head back
wards and bet the whisky on sticking
a toad every time. Then they have
toad races; each fellow selects his
toad, they scratch two marks in the
sand, from ten to twenty yards apart,
and the toad that reaches the goal first
wins the drinks. Xeither party can
touch his toad but may "shew" and
;are him all 1h? can
Old I'afeus for sale at this ofiee, in
Iackaus of fifty nil 100, for 25 and
10 ccnU per Lunelle. tf
Mr. I. Misskchi left something green
in our oilicc the other day, for -which
lie lias the Loys thanks; it was'nt a $2
hill, hut wa3 something as good as
far as it went.
In honor of one of the summer resi
dents at Saratoga they have a drink
called Soda Uahcoektail. "Wo can beat
that ; our latest is Unionbabcocktail
to be found at Mike McGuire's and
C alters for ?1.40 at
would so barefooted?
tiie Shoe Store.
Died, in this city at 11:20, Tuesday,
August 12th, 1873, Francis Soter,
daughter of F. S. & Diana "White, aged
7 months and 21 days.
The funeral service wese held by the
Rev. Mr. Henry, at the Episcopal
Church vesterdav afternoon.
Lost, on theevenigof the 4th of July,
one Fireman.had on I'ed Shirt and big
Cap, belonging to Union Fire Company
Xo. 1. Not found yet, and his bereav
ed comrades now offer the above reward
for his safe return to the Engine
Frank Stadter says he saw a little
rat of a boy hopping up and down on
the sidewalk, Monday, -with his mouth
on a skewgee and sixteen kinds of
different yells coming out of it at once.
Reason the pavement was so hot it
burned his toes.
SUNDAY SCHOOL VICXIC.
Pleasant Ridge Sunday School will
hold a Basket Picnic in Mr. X. Holmes'
drove six miles west of Flattsmouth,
on Saturday, Aug. 23, 1873, at 10 o'clock
A. M. A general invitation to other
Sunday Schools is hereby given.
Mr. Clayton is around again with
his apparatus for .sharpening knives,
scissors, and the like, and we have no
doubt meets a warm reception this
weather. He does sharpen up every
thing in line style and if housekeepers
want to keep their husbands in good
humor by having sharp carvinjr knives
we recommend their giving them to
Mr. Clayton to be doctored.
Sheet Music for sale at Lu F. John
son's Music Store. A large quantity
ordered and will be on hand in a few
days. Call and examine it. 19-2t.
T. Pr.YITT TALXAliE.
The Rev. T. Do Witt Talmage has
accepted the editorship of The Christ
ian at Work, and his sennous and arti
cles are to be published exclusively in
that journal. Mr. Talmage will begin
his duties in August. 2V. Y. Trilune.
dcorge Henderson, or Ilennerson,
stoic and sold two colts of P. H. Casidy
on Aug. Cth, 1S7J, from near Omaha,
to CIjO-s. Brmges, at Omaha. Hender
son is about y" years of age; about o
feet 7 inches; weight 140 pounds; had
sandy hair and moustache, thin face,
sunburned, (haying been herding stock
wore coat made out of blue r.oldier
cloth, split some on back, brown pants,
high boots, letters "d. II." on right
arm, also, ring or chain around wrist
with anchor, (he having been a sailor)
claiming to be a native from the South,
bttny: hair, right .shoulder lias been
dislocated and has not good use of right
arm, having to v.:;e liniment on it at
times, hai scar over right eye, said to
have been made thereby a bullet, wore
a cap like a boy's, which made him ap
pear oil'!, lie also Jiavl a drown hat
with narrow rim. He was wearing the
cap when h-j came to Ea Platte.
Hi:xi!Y ditEBF, Sh'if of Omaha.
Omaha. August S, 1872.
Our farmers had better look out for
tlus chap. Ha will probably want a
situation as herder, and then slide out
with all or a portion of the stock en
trusted to his charge.
All notes and accounts due Wm. F.t.idelmann,
is requested by him to be settled before the l-'th
day of August, and save further trouble, as he
is golnjj Mast at that ti;ne,'a:ul goods cannot be
lureli3Sed without money. Igw3
Wc have given the boys full play
this week on the tax question, and
hope they will now be satisfied. They
make some good points, and we have
allowed their communication space in
order that the Mayor, Council and all
others may see how a good many peo
ple feel about this matter. As a-news-paper
we have already expressed our
opinion that the part of wisdom would
have been to have dropped this matter
just now, or made the time longer on
the bonds, or b3' a carefully prepared
statement, show to every one that
these bonds would not really increase
It is hard by any sophistry to con
vince people that an increase of expen
diture does not increase taxation, and
nothing but clear, clean figures could
do it. Without endorsing all that is
said in these letters the Hkiialu
thinks they are deserving of attention
and bring out some facts about hand
ling "ity finances that need ventilating,
not any more, perhaps, in the city of
Flattsmouth than elsewhere, but to
call attention to this foolish way of
ranning in debt and issuing bonds,
bonds for anything and everything.
As far as the newspaier war is con
cerned we hope it will end here and at
all events we sincerely desire that any
Ierson who hereafter takes a hand in
this game will sign his (or her) name
in full to all communications they may
want published on the subject. Sing
out your ideas as much as you please,
but don't be afraid to back them up by
The contractor commenced work on
Chicago Avenue hist Saturday, and an
injunction was served on the City and
the Contractor before night. Said in
junction to be argued before Judge
Ciannt in Chambers on the 13th jnst.
If the result of this argument is known
before we go to press we shall give it
to our readers-
There is no p:' which the Caitaur Liniment
will not relieve, no swelling it will not subdue,
and 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, sprains, swellings, tar-ache,
caked-breasts, scalds, burns, salt-rheum, &c,
ukii the human frame, and of strains, spavin,
palls, &.C., upon animals In one year than have
all other pretended remedies since the world
liejnin. It is a counter-irritant, an all-healing
pain-reliever. Cripples throw away their
crutches, thelame 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 does last what It pretends to do
Those who now suffer fm rheumatism, pain or
swelling deserve to suffer if they will not use
Centaur Liniment, more than 100ft certificates
of remarkable enres. Including frozen limbs,
chronie-rheutnatlsm, gout, ranning tumours, &e.
have been received. AVe wiil send a circular
containing certificates, the reeiie. &c., gratis to
to any o.ia requesting It. One bottle of the yel
low wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one
hundred dollars for fouudered or sweenied hor
ses and mules, or for screw-worm in sheep.
Stock-owners this liniment Is worth your at
tention. No family should be without Centaur
Liniment.' J. 15. Kosk & Co., New York. 46-ly
Castoiiia Is more than a substitute?' for Cas
tor OH. It i3 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 mineral., morphine
or alcohol, and is pleasant to take. Children
need not cry and mothers may rest. 40-ly
do to Merges, the dreat Shoe Man,
and get your underpinning fixed.
dovernor It. "W. Furnas paid our city
a visit on Friday and Saturday of last
week. He rode out to see Mickel wait's
Paradise on the bluff, and expressed
himself pleased with our fruit pros
pects. NOTICE TO UK ANGERS IN CASS CO.
N EUR ASK A.
You are respectfully requested that
each Secretary of the Subordinate
dranges in said county send by mail to
me at Eight Mile drove, the name of
their drange Master and Postofiice ad
dress, for the purpose of correcting
the list as published now in the county
papers, and obligo
I). S. DUAFEK,
Sec'y Co. Central Association.
Remember Merges, the Boot & Shoe
There is to be a " Fat man's Conven
tion," at Put-in-IJay, Ohio, and all the
"fatties" from all parts of the Union
are? cordially invited to attend.
This put3 us in mind of two organ
izations started in this town, viz: The
Heavy "Weghts, and the s.
IM. and Joe Buttery, Stiles, Mickel
waite. Uncle Streight, Coon Heisel,
den. Mathews, and Dan. "Wheeler are at
the head of the "heavies;" while Gap.
Paine and the Editor of the IIi:i:ald
are supposed to be the representatives
i of the latter club. So mote it be,
Peters' Musical Monthly, Xo. 7C, is
at hind, and contains the following
selections of Xew music:
Eost and cast away. Song and cho
My Eove Sleep.? under the Daisies
Will he coins home to-night? Song
My Dear Old Mother. Song and
Hear the Postillion. Daet Abt.
Bertie's Sohottische Kinkel.
An instrumental Piece Bocht.
The Reapers' Dance Kinkel.
dolden Hours. Morceau de Salon
You can secure the above pieces of
! Xew Music by sending SOo. for Xo 71
; Piters' Musical Monthly; or the List
j eight numbers wiil be sent you, post
: paid, for Address, J. E. Peters,
I odd Broadway, Xew York.
The only exclusive Hoot and Shoe Store lit
Cass County. Nothing below eost, but cheaper
than ever. Pkteh Mek.ies.
The rider in Robinson's circus who
was shot in an affray at Council Bluffs,
died at Omaha last week. His re
fhains were sent by order of Robinson
Bros, to his home in Xorfolk, Ya.
The Commirsioners of Buffalo Co.
have let the contract for building a
bridge near Kearney Junction, over
the Platte, to the King Bridge Co., and
Mr. II. T.Clarke, Bridge contractor, has
served an injunction on them, claiming
that they let the contract to them at
considerably higher figures than the
terms in his bid.
A public market is to be started in
Tho Xemaha Valley Journal pub
lishes an article on Xebraska, written
by a lady, by name Mrs. Helen C.
Washington county is to have a Fair
It is reported that a fight took place
on the 5th between a large party of
Sioux and a smaller one of Pawnees,
one hundred and twenty miles south
west of Elm Creek, between Republi
can and Blackwood Creeks. Twenty
five Pawnee warriors were killed and
seventy-five squaws and panoses mas
sacred. The great Xew York and Xew Or
leans circus performed in Omaha last
A wealthy gentleman of St. Louis
has made arrangements to have several
barges towed up from St. Louis to
Omaha for grain transportation.
rrTJ C TJT A 13 VT7T 3
Reported by Cutler & White.
Chickens spring icr do. ..
NEW YORK MARKETS.
New York, August 12.
Money 435 percent.
Gold $ 1 1.1
CHIC AG O MA RKETS.
- CmcAfJO, August 12.
Flour S 5 75
Wheat 1 21-
Hogs 4 00
LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF
TIIE STATE FAIR.
pLATTSMOUTir, XEB )
August, 12, 1873.
To the Editor of the Herald:
Sin In a circular I issued on Au
gust 4th, I stated in regard to Railroad
Freight. "In all cases the charges
to Lincoln must be prepaid. On pre
sentation to the Agent at Lincoln of a
certificate from the Secretary of the
Fair, that the stock or articles were
actually on exhibition they will be re
On presentation of a certificate from
the Secretary of the Fair to the Agent
of the It. R. Company at the Station
from which the articles or stock were
originally shipped, the pre-paid charges
will be refunded; Pkovided that all
of the articles or stock shipped to Lin
coln are returned. If any part of the
original consignment is disposed of,
the R. R. Agent will retain such pro
portion of the pre-paid charges as may
be due on the articles or animals so
I am requested to say that the MID
LAND PACIFIC RAILWAY will
carry freight and stock to and fkom
the Fair, for exhibition, FREE of
D. II. WHEELER,
Sec'y State Board of Agriculture.
State papers please copj-, for infor
mation of the public D. II. W.
Business is business, and so are the Cigars at
the P. O. Book Store. 5-tf.
The Ferry Company have Five Hundred
cords of good dry cotton wood for sale. 12tf
Ladies, .call and examine the nice and cheap
Gaiters at lite Shoe Store, before you buy else
where. No charge for showing them.
5-tf. Peter Merges.
The large and commodious wareroom, cellar,
and office on second lloor of building formerly
occupied by Jacob Vallery, jr., in Masonic
Block. Enquire of It, K. Livingston or
48-tf. E. T. Duke.
TIIE HOWE SEWING MACHINE
J. Vr. Marthls & Co. are the agents for the
Howe Sewing Machine in Plattsmouth. They
hive opened a salesroom and office on Main
street, between Fourth and Fifth.
The Howe Machine is a Lock Stitch, double
threaded machine, and ranks No. 1 simoni? the
great sewing machines of the day.
S-Cin J. V. Marthis,
F. 1. Toid.
NOTICE TO PURCHASERS OF B.
"& 31. R. R. LANDS.
Okkice or Land DrrAisrvKKT, )
B. & M. K. li. Co.. in N'Ki:., V
LlNCOUX, N Kit., July 10, 1873. )
Having received patents Iron the V. S. Gov
ernment for our lands, we are prepared to issue
contracts to parties holding pre-emption eer
tifieatcs for a portion of the same.
Persons holding such certificates numbered
between 1 and llim, issued between the 1st day
of April, and the 7th day of October, 1S71,
are hereby notified to exchange their pre-emption
certificates for regular contracts, at this of
fice, within sdxty days from this date, as provid
ed in said certificate.
lC-13t GEO. S. HAP.KIS,
Land Com., P.. & M. It. It. Co., in Neb.
VINEG All ! YIXEG AR !
At Wholesale r.nd Retail.
For the iiiirri:se of introducing; my vinegar.
will sell at the following law rates at retail, lied
Wine Vmeirar by the sinwle gallon ;i0 cents, two
or more gallons at Hi cents per gallon ; Genuine
liter inegar 30 cents p;:r gallon. A n Hcr tl
('isi-i.uiit o:i the almvc rates made to the tradi1
All vinegar warranted to preserve pickles, and
live irom aems
( it v orders lwr.ivtly
filled and delivered.
l oimtry patronage si!ie:ted.
Faeiory opposite Moore's
and v. est of lleisei's Mill.
Pickles from the vines -10 cents per hundred
p.it up in any kind cf vinegar desired, go cents
H. A. AUSTIN.
H-tf. riattsmouth, Nebraska,
Notice to Builders.
Proposals for building a school house in Louis
Mile Precinct will be received by J. T. A. Hoov
er, clerk of the Sclnol Board, until August 23d.
at noon. The buildinir to be 20x24. 10 feet hiuh
and frame, of jrood- material well built and to be
finished by Oct. 1st, 1M73. 20-3t.
Poor Farm Notice.
Notice is hereby given Hint the Board of
County Cominisooncrs of Cass Countv will, on
Fridny. the tit'teenth day of August". 1S73. re
ceive bids at the office of the Countv Clerk lor
the care and eustouv of I lie County Poor and
( ounty Poor Farm for the term of one year
irom uie flare ot rite acceptance or sam ina, re
serving trie ngiit. to reject any ana an nuts ami
that (rood approved securities will be required
irom l ne lessee.
By order of the Hoard of County Commission
ers, this 5th dav of August, A. I. 1ST.!.
D. V. McKINNON, Co. Clerk.
William Green, non-resident defendant, will
taKe notice, tnat i aid. on tne n nay or .iu;v,
A. I)., 173, liie my Petition in the ofnee of the
Cleric of the District Court, In mul for Cass
countv Nefraka. aifalnst said W illia.ni Green
Defendant, setting forth, that said Defendant
has been guilty of extreme cruelty towards Pe
titioner, wit hont anv reasonable cause or provo
cation whatever, and has been guilty of wilfully
abandoning Petitioner without just eanise. for
more than two years last must, and nra vine that
Petitioner be granted a Divorce from the bonds
of Matrimony, by decree of the District Court,
in una ior t .vi county. KenrasKa. ami that un
less von appear anil answer said Petition on or
before the L?ud day of September, A. D.. 1873.
default wiil be taken auninst you umm the
same. CHAPMAN & M AXWELL.
20 ivi Atfys for Eilen Green.
In District Court, Cass County, Nebraska :
Jane Duirymple, Pl.dntilT, 1 .
Lavina Spiers and others
Milton E. Tootle, Wm. G. Farlclgh, J. M. Ma
son and William E. Hosea, S. Hiimberrer and
Samuel Berliner, all of the State of Missouri,
will take notice that Jane Dalrymple,
of the State of Iowa. did, on
the lrih day of July, 1873, tile her peti
tion in the District Conn. Second Judicial Dis
trict, within and for the county of Cass, and
State of Nebraska, against you and others, to
recover the sum of one thousand dollars and
Interest, at 12 per cent, per annum, payable
semi-annually, from the 23d day of December,
lsTo. with the eost of this suit, less the interest
paid to December 23:1, ls72, ::'! :i decree of fore
closure and sale of tlie following described
mortgaged premises, to-wit : commencing at
the southwest comer of section thirty-three (33)
in township twelve i!2 range fourteen (14) east
of the sixth Principal Meridian ; running
theme north thirty (30) rods; thence east
eighty OOrods; thence south thirty t30 rods,
and thence west eighty (so) rods to the place of
beginning, containing fifteen ( 15) acres ; also,
the following described land, viz : lots number
two (2) and tiiree (3) in section number four (4)
in township eleven ill) ni rch of range fourteen
(14) east, except seven and 33-looths acres de
scribed as follows, viz : seven 33-looths of an
acre on the south side of a lot oj land described
as follows: beginnm at the quarter section
corner on the west side' of section four (4) town
eleven (11) range fourteen (U east; thence
north ten chains; thence southeast seventv
two chains to .1 point intersecting a line through
the center of section four (4); thence west to
the place of beginning, containing fifteen and
33-lnnths acres, said seven 33-looths acres of land
being owned at the making of s.iid mortgage by
Mrs. MahalaC. Doom's heirs. The total amount
of land intended to be conveyed by said mort
gage being one hundred and thirty-two
07-looths acres, be the same more or less ; all of
said lands being In Cass comity, and StaUs of
The petition alleges that you have or claim an
Interest in s;id lands mortgaged as aforesaid by
that plaintiff's claim, is the best lien, and prays
that said premises may be sold and the pro
ceeds nppLcd to the payment of plaintiffs claim,
&e. You are required to answer or plead to
said petition on or lefore Monday, September
Kth.l73, or the petition will be taken as true,
and judgment and decree rendered accordingly.
WlIKELKU & S riXCHOOMB.
Attest; Altv'n for lTff.
D. W. Mi Ki.vsox.
Clerk District Court, Cass Co., Neb.
July 2y, 173.
E- G. Dovcy,
Johti M. Hinchman
To John II. llnu limao.
LEGAL NOTICE. -
In the Probate Court. Cass County, Nebraska,
before H. E. Ellison. Probate JudKe.
To John M. Hinchman. Iefemlmit. yo re
hereby notified that an order of attachment v:is
Issued aitainst von by the above named 1'robdte
Judge, for the sum of thirty-six and twenty
three one hundredths dollars and at the suit of
the Plaintiff, E. . Dovey, on the llth day of
September, A. D. 1873, at 10 o'chwk . m.
E. G. DOVEY. Plaintiff.
By SAM. M. Chapman, HLs Attorney. 19-3t.
In the Probate Court : In the matter of the
Probate of the last w ill and testament of Lticln
da Riilimrs, deceased.
I hereby tr've notice to all concerned, that a
Wiil. purport!!: be the last will anil testa
ment of Lueinda Hillings, deceased, late of Cass
County Nebraska, has been filed in the orlice of
the Probate Court, of said County, and that tt
hearing will be bad at my oflU'c, in the City of
lliittsniouth. in said County, on the 23d day of
Ainifst. at 10 o'clock a. m., of said duy to prove
and admit said. Will to Probate, at which time
ami place, all persons Interested in saiil estate,
are notified ana required to appear and contest
the same, and show cause, if any they have,
why said instrument should not Ik; allowed as
the" last will and testament of Lueinda Uillings,
Witness my hand and official seal at Platts
mouth Nebraska on this the With day of July A.
H. E. ELLISON",
IS w-3 Probate Judye.
In the District Court, Second Judicial
trict, in and for Cass County. Nebraska :
Martha K. Farmele, riainliff, )
A. C. Robine. Defendant. 1
By virtue of an order of sale issued to me
'n the above entitled cause, out of said Court, I
will offer forsale. at 2 o'clock p. m. on Monday
1st day of September, A. D 1873,
nt public auction, t the front door of
the Court House in Flattsmouth, Nebraska, the
following deseriled real estate to-wit : com
mencing fifty-two feet and a half ."2'i) west of
the southeast comer of block thirty-one (til)
in the city of Plattsmouth. Cass County. Ne
braska, on the north side of Main street, thence
running north across lots six .; and seven (7) in
said block thirty-one (3D to the north line of
said lot six ;), thence west along the north line
of saiil lot. six if) ten (10) feet and six (6) inches
1 thence south to Main street, thence e:ist to the
place of beginning, together wit li the privileges
and appurtenances thereto belonging. As des
ignated on the recorded plat of 1 'lattsmouth
cfty. The alove described real estate will be
sold on said dav to sntisfv the decree of the
Court in favor of the Plaintilf against the De
fendant and as the property and real estate of
A. Robine. lefend;int.
Given under my hand this second day of July,
A. D. 1S7J. J. W. JOHNSON,
Sheiiif Cass Co., Neb.
Sam. M. Chapman.
Plaintiff's Attorney. 18-5w.
Executors Sale of Real Estate
By virtue of an order of sale Issued out of the
Clerk's office t and under the seal of the same)
in and for the District Court Second Judicial
District in the County of Cas and suite of Ne
braska, and directed to the undersigned. In an
action wherein Llovd D. Bennett and Elbert T.
Dnke. Executors fit t lie last will and testament
of Shepherd Duke, deceased, are Plaintiffs, and
Iivina Duke and others are Defendants, we
will at 10 o'clock a. in. on the
23d day of August, 1873,
in front of the Court House in the City of r:,itts
mouth and State of Nebraska, offer for sale at
public aution to the highest bidder the lands
and tenements herein after described, on terms
following, to-wit : one-fourth cash in hand, and
the residue in three equal annual payments,
with interest at ten per cent and secured by
mortgage on the premises. Said lands belong
to the estate of Shepherd Duke deceased, and
are pescribed as follows, to-wit : the southwest
fiuaiter('4) of the southwest quarter (".)of sec
tion eleven (11 town twelve H2) and range thir
teen (13) containing forty ( lo acres more or less,
also the northwest ipiarter of the north
west quarter (U) of section fourteen (14) town
twelve (12) and range thirteen (13), containing
forty acres, more or less; also eight acres, be
ing .subdivision lot eleven (11) in section twenty
nine t-9) town twelve (1!) and range fourteen
( 14, ail three of said tri'.ets of Ind lyimr and be
ing in Cass County and Slate of Nebraska ; also
the following lots in the city of Plattsmouth
in said Cass County, lots four, rive, six, nine
and eleven (4. 5, C. !), anil 11), in block live (5), lot
nine (.o block twenty-nine (2.) ; lot four (4.) in
block forty-four (14) ; also the following lots ly
ing and being in Duke's Addiiien to the City
of" Plattsmouth aforesaid, that is to say,
lots one, two, three, - four, live, nine
ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen,
sixteen, seventeen and eighteen (l, 2. 3. 4, 5, !,
10. 11. 12, 13, 14, 15, IS, 17 and is) in block four(4) :
lots six. seven, eight, r.ine, ten, eleven, twelve,
thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen,
eiuhreen, twenty, twenty-one nnd twenty-two
(. 7, K, !l. 10, 11, 12. 13, 14. 15, 1(, 17, IS, 20, 21, and
22) in block five, (5) ; luts four, five,
six. seven, eight, nine, ten and twelve (4. 5.
t. 7. 8. 0, 10 and !2'i in block six ((") ; lots one,
two, three, four, live, six, seven and eight (1. 2,
a, 4. 5, 0, 7 and to in block seven (7) ; lots
tiiree and four (3 and 4) in b'oc'v niire
(.); bits two, tiiree, four, five, seven, eight,
nine, ten. eleven and twelve (2,3,4,5, 7, s, !,
10. 11 line 12) in block eleven (11) ; all of block
twelve (12) being lots one to twenty-two (1 to 22)
inclusive; all of block thirteen (13) except lot
nineteen Ui being lots one to twenty-two (1 to
22). inclusive. xcept said lot nineteen (1!D ; lots
one and two (1 ami 2) in block fourteen (1 1) ; all
of block fifteen (15) being lots one to twelve
(1 to 12). inclusive : lots six, four and fiveffi, 4,
and 5) la block eighteen (IS); lots one, two.
three. seven, eight, nin, eleven and
twelve (1, 2. 3. 7,0. 11 and 12) in block nine
teen (ID); all of block twenty (20). except lots
eight ami twelve s and 12), being lots one to
twenty-two (1 to 22). inclusive, except lots eight
and twelve ( and 12 ; lots one, tie, bix, seven,
eight, ten, fifteen,' and (I, 5, e, 7, 8, 10,
15, in block twenty-one 21); lots one.
two, three, four, live, .six, sevenand eight
(1. 2, 3, 4. 5, (j, 7 and 8) in block twen-
tv-three (23); lots three, seven, eight,
nine and ton (3, 7, 8, 9 and lo) In blocktwenty
six (2j) : lots one." two, three, four, six,
eight, nine, ten, eleven and twelve (1, 2, 3, 4, C,
s. !i, 10, 11 anil 12) 111 lilocK twenty-seven (27) ;
all of block twenty-eight (2S), except lots five
and seventeen (5 and 17), being lots one to
twenty (l to 20). inclusive, excent lots fire and
seventeen (ft and 17) ; lots eleven and
twelve (11 and 12) in block- twenty-nine
(2;) ; lots one, two, five, six. seven and eight
11. 2, 5, c, 7 and 8 1 In block thirty I30J ; lots live,
six. seven and eight 5. (, 7 and 8 in block thirty-fine
311 : lots one. two. three, four, five, sev
en, nine, ten, eleven and twelve (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7,
!). 10. 11 and 121 in block ten 1 101 : lots one. two.
four. live, seven, eialtt. nine. ten. eleven and
twelve (1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 'J, 10. 11 and 12 in block
I,ots' 3 & 4 in block 8 ; and lot 16 In bhvck 21
Said sale will continue from 10 o clock a.m.,
until sundown of said day, if necessary, and it
will be adjourned from day to flay until all are
sold ; tins being an adjourned sale.
Flattsmouth. June 19th 1873.
Jiixivo D. Bennett,
Elijeijt T. Di ke,
Executors of the last will and testament of the
of Shepherd Duke, deceased.
WHKKLEB & STINf'HCOMI!,
l2-3t. Attorneys for Executors.
Farmers Lumber Yard.
Having made arrangements in Chi
cago, and elsewhere, with extensive
dealers, I sun prepared to furnish on
short notice all kinds of
Lumber Doors Sash
at a reasonable rate. I also keep con
stantly on hand a full assortment of
of all kinds. Those wishing to build
will please call and see my stock.
and a general assortment of
in their season. 17-ly
under IIekald office.
Luke Miskella, Proprietor
Try thciii and be .satisfied.
XI 18-1 v;
The Howe Sewing Machine
C'anvassiuir Agents v
r - - NEBRASKA,
an'ted throughout th1!
F. ltODt, General Aomt.
"TC""Machines on exhlhition at all times nt my
Otlico on Main Street. 8-ni
WOODS & FLEMING,
New Tin-Shop, just Opened!
All orders tor making or repairing prompt
(iOODS Sol1 Cheap Fon Cash ! !
10-tf. Weeping Water, Nebraska.
FLOCK, COiiX MEAL, FEED,
Always on hand, and lor sale at lowest Cash
The Iligliest prices paid for Wheat and
Particular attention given to Custom work.
E, T. DUKE & CO.
At the foot of Main Street.
Wlwlcsalc and Retail Dealers In
Hardware and Cutlery,
FORKS. &c. &e.
All kinds of
Excelsior Barber Shop
J. C. BOONJE.
Main street, opposite Brooks House.
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Especial attention given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S HAIR.
Call and see RO0NE, gents and get a boon in a
CITY MEAT MAIIKET.
The best of Fresh Meats always on
Jiaiul in their season.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
13 Highest Casli Price paid for green hides
B. G. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE, - - - NEBRASKA.
Keeps constantly on hand all Staple Articles
Koots, Shoes, &c.
In fact, everything usually kept in a Variety
Store, which will be sold on small profits for
CASH. All kinds of Iroduce taken in exchange
for goods, and the
Highest Market Prices given in Cash
for Grain. 19
Repairers of Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw and
Gas and Steam Fittings, Wrought Iron Pipe,
Force and Lift Pumps, Steam Guages, Safety
iiive Governors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittings
Furnished on short notice.
Repaired on short notice.
And dealer in a kinds of
Furniture nnd Chairs.
Mais Street. Next door to Broflks House.
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - - NEB.
rV Repairing and Varnishing neatly dono
Funerals atteuded on short aotk-t;, b-
I am now prepared to furnish, tho best una
TWICE EVERY DAY
To all partita notifying me . ,
Me Islaii '
HORSE & MOLE
Th only fhrmd mho
in tb. maiket. drawn
out by bammeriDK m
by band, and oual la
bardoM. to band mada
bora, eoatinc Black.
mmit h alwtnt IK a a ... a
aa Hone Sboa iron in tbe bar, uard In tbo Kaat in
preference to all otbei brand., and now iud by
moat of tbe prominent .hoera in ft. Loula ana
Chicago. Particular attention called to the
' ow Shoe tor Trotting Hon. .
tt e are also Agent, for tbe National OTnlale4
f 1 I .l N'nila. Sample, aent to iMtrtle. applr
hut. whs will pleaM mention the paper in wbien
bey read this adrerttaement.
Semple, Birge & Co.,
?3 SOUTH MAiV ST.. ST. LOU'S.
W- J- Anderson's
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Main Street, bet. 4th and 5th,
FLATTSMO L'TI I, .... NEB
Where can be found a general assortment of
Meals nt all Hours.
In their senson,
SODA WATER, FRUiTS, &c.
II. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Sash, Doors, Rlinds, &c.
Look to Your Children.
The Great Soothing Itemerty.
MRS, ( Cures colic and
Whitcomb's the howeln, jind
Syrup, ithe process of teething.
MRS. I Subdues convulsions and
Whitcomb't overcomes nil diseases Inci
Syrup. :dent to infants and childrc-n.
MRS. I Cures Diarrhnee, Dvsclite
fhilcomb"; rv nnd summer comphiint In
Syrup, jrhildrcn of all ages.
It is the great Infant's and Children Sooth
ing Remedy, in all disorders brought on by
teeming or any oiner cause.
lVepared by the Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Sold by druggists and dealers in Medicines
GO TO TIIE
Post Office Book Store.
II. J. STREIGHT, Proprietor.
Song Book, &c, &c.
rOST OFFICE BUILDING,
riattsniouth, ... Nebraska.
NO YOU DONT I !
Get any Goods cheaper, or a better article
than is kept at the Store of
Jas, Clisbee & Co.
We are in receipt of Fresh Goods every week
from the East, whichare bought for Cash, and
will be sold in any amount.
Grangersjkeep your eye on
We will not be undersold by
jas. clizbe & CO.
Weeping Water July 1st, 1873. 14-4C
U. V. MATHEWS,
Fourth street, north of Platto Valley House.
Hardware and Cutlery,
Garden City Plorrs,
Mccormick's Reaper and Mower y
Buck Eye Reaped and Mower,
d-o, d-c tfr. d-o d-c.
For the Garden,
For th-. Field.
SOLOMON & NATfii li
Fand7 Dry Goods, Notions,
Ladies Furnishing Goods:
id Brt Aiforfe
8tock in tl CUT.
Which we are prepared IofcH rhenper thai
they r:in he plirhii:;rd flMuW here tiiio us a cal'
rihJ exittnine our goods.
fur-Store on M:iln ittreK, b-lween Uh nnd Blh
(streets, l'l;tUiiuiul)l Nebrxnl a. lGtl. .
Don't faiMo rtricttre Mm. Wlnslow'a Sooth"?
Syrup for t 'hildrt'li Teething. .
This valuable i-ff-piilafion lm been used wit If
NEVER KAlLlfi SI i t ESS IN THOCS
A N I tt OF CASES.
It not only relieves the child. from pain, but
Invigorates the Stomach mid bowels, corrects
Kciditv, ami gives loin nnd energy to the whole
system. It will also Instantly, relieve
cniPiNo ix tiif. Bowf.ij akd Wind Colic;
We believe it the best and unrest remedy In
the world. In nil cases of Dysentery and Diar
rhea in children, whether arising from teetulnf
or anv otlier chum".
Depend ii-kmi it, mothers; ft will girtJ fecit td
Rkmkp ani Health to Yolu IxrANTii
Be Min' itiid Mi for
'Miw, Wixslow'm Soothixcj Syrup."
Having the lao-slmlle of "CURTIS ft FKIU
Kl NS on the outside wmpnor.
Sold bydriiWtH throughout the World. 1
SPKING TRADE, 1873.
FU UNAS, SONS & FE BRAND':
Furnas and ftns, Brownville, Xehra
ka, and 11 Fevrand, Detroit, Mich
igan, have consolidated their
stocks and will hereafter
conduct 1usiiirS3 at
offer the largest and most select gen
eral Nunnery Stock ever offerod
in the West, consisting in
part as follows:
20.0O0 Choice 3 year old Apple Tree.
100,000 " 3 " " "
1,2, 3 and 4 year old rpsr'
2. 3, and 4 year old Cherry
Trees. . ..,
1 and 2 year old Peach Trr em
Plum, Apricot und.Ncclruli.'f
4.000.000 Xo. 1 lloucy locust HedRo Plant!
2,000.000 No. 1 Osaire Hedgn Plants.
6,000,000 Forest Tree Seedlings.
IrtHMvm Evergreens, In valiety. , ,
100,000 eHch Blackben ies, ItapbfTne."a a
no.ono e:udi (iooselK-rries nnd Currants,
jn.ooo Perpetual ami Climbing Roses.
lO.fioo Flowering Shrubs.
10.000,000 Willow Cdttings.
COOLEY'S EARLY WHITE, ANDiADAV'J
EXTRA EARLY CORN.
Berkshire and Poland
J. R. Dilley. of Cass Countv, will act a Apent
of these nurseries in this seetion. I'. O. addrefts
Phtttsmouth, Cass Co., Nebiiwk:i.
15?" Correspondence solicited. Serulfor
a Catalogue. 41-tf
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA,
Tootle, Hanna & Clar&
C. If. FARMrMB,
T. W. EvAa,
Johx R. Clakk,
Thl nn.llt l nnw Swmn ftr linutnaa, tVtAttf
new room, corner Main and KlxtU streets, nnd
are prepared to transact a general
and Local . .
. . , Bought and
Drafts drawn, available In Anv nurt nf trfti
United States and in all the urinciufd tuwui
and Cities of Europe.
FOR TIIE CELEBRATEli
ALL EN LINE
Persons nislilnir tri firlno- nut IVibIf rrlon1a4
front Europe can purchase tickets from xii
through to llattsmouth
A Heavy Stock of Goods oil
No Rents .and Interest .oh Borrowed
Capital Pi be made off Customers.
OLDEST ESTABLISHED UOUSli
IN THE CITY.
North side of Main between Second an d Thlr'tf
streets, takes pleasure in announcing to
FARMERS AND MECtlANtCS
That lie has a larce nd well rfoctcd Rtock'tif
Dry Goods, tiroeerie, Provisions, as were ever
brought to tbe City ot Plattsmoutlt.
Va? :'BlrtHW III j
r? it will fost you nothing to .look at Uicr"
whether you buy or not. Hy exiifninn'g ,tlid
prices at the "OLI RELIABLE" o 't? t
aile lo tell when other parties ttf to Kwiml""
too; , ?tf
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