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LOC A L ADVEUTIS K.M K MS.
Transient 2"oeiitsalinf. lmilar advertiser
10 cents -r lln. No adves tiicuKTit inserted
for le.s.s thuii 25 cents.
Verd advertisements w' ue cbr.rsed to the
"Arties handitii; Uiem in.
As our sp-w is limited, all coinmunii-alions
mut he brl;f and to the jMjiiit, with no waste cf
XT" reqii'ited to notify the ollice If the psppr is
nt delivered promptly.
N E V S V A 1 ' I ! P. DECISIONS.
1. Anv person wlio takes a p;por repilprly
from the po-t olV.ee. whether liieeted to his
na:ne. or wlo ther l'e is a subscriber or not is
resjiisil'le for Hi pay.
2. if any person orders his paper iii'-enniin-ed
ho neisi pav .ill nrreaniaes. or tlie ptitdisher
in iv co'itinii' to send il isntd payment is made,
;i-J f!iiei-i the w hi le a'-ioimt. whether tiie pa
per is t.iken from t ie e;i- r no!.
3 The .,rts have d.-'-'d-d that rc f.isini to
t ike iiev.spiipers aii.l .e:-i-li'als from tin- poM
oTee or reiiu vii: r.;id ! :n'm them i;ueade.l
or. is prima fi.!.::ec of imkntim. H:ai I'.
NoriCKTO Ev y.i.s i-.odv. Ml -.n'werihcrs pay
Is ; for their paper to us, ami ordermix it stoppel
it acrrt.viu titr.e. v.ili fud i: so s'oppe.l ; hut
e caiit.ot he n-ponslM-? for vii:;l has heen
one before our ::i.e. nor for orders supposed to
ha jIt-jii t y oiliers to oMiers. Our hooks a'om?
Bnst he th K:d h fvr ail old suhieriptioas.
fl-ase n-wet::.i!-r this.
HhU and toe l. S.hu;w-c Si Cu.'i ncTv roocs.
Firs meeting Friday Fvening.
How about that Council meeting on
The Nebraska City Ktu-$ Notices
cur County fair very pleasantly.
"When do s the Cour.fil meet, is now
tbe query on the street!
The Oto? County fair is held at
Syracuso on the 21. 22, 23 and 24th of
October and they expect a big time.
Bargains at Haak SLrei.-l.C?.
Rats month, Neb, i i tho adurcss on
one of Solomon & Nathan's boxes out
on the side walk.
Short Horn Jimmy has just been
fixing it for the boya around town this
O -to "Piano for sals cheap. Inquire
&t the Herald office. 24tf
Frank Whits Jr., hands us tho Mar
ti t report's this week, on tho back of
li.s giii's envelope.
. Rev. W. IL Barges 3 will hold divino
s-rvicii in Sr. Luk-'s Episcopal Church
on Sunday the 12th inst.
We tender our sincere sympathy to
the family of Mr. T. F. Vance; within
two weeks they have buried two child
ren, their last and all. '
E. Noycs, of Louisville, called on us
Tuesday last. He reports his business
all O. K. and the Republiea.13 of that
region in the same li:.
Ladies, v-ill and e;t:nnie the niee ar.d cheap
('.liters ai the shoe S!:uv. before you buy else
where. No charge f r sl.ov.i"- them.
5-tf. TiiTK!: Mr.itr.cs.
UIEIX Zllla May, daughter of
T. F.and I). L. A'ance, aged 13 months
and eight days, being thc;r 1-ist and
. Hon. D. H. Wheeler brought us a fine
bunch of Delaware grape's all the way
from Michigan, on hLs return from the
Fair there. Thev were raised by Mr.
H. Reckwith at Spring Lake, Michigan
rj-.d wore perfect beauties, in their way.
AUhogh the weather has grown
much col dor the ycliow fever rases.
About six hundred ca.is are under
treatment in the infected districts of
Memphis. The fever seems to be
spreading somewhat, forty-two case3
being reported in Calvert, Texas.
We call attention to the advertise
ment of Hurst and Gage in another
column. These medicines are war
ranted and are sold by responsible
parties. Dr. Chapman is the agent for
them in l'lattsmouth. Give them a
trial, ye afilieted ones.
Wanted. A good team of Horses
in trade for a first class Piano. In
quire at the IlnRALV) oillce.
WARD MEETINGS OF PLATTS
The Republican voters of the sever
al Wards of the city of l'lattsmouth
are requested to meet in thtir respect
ive wards on Saturday evening, Octo
ber 11th, 1873, for the purpose of elect
ing delegates to a City Convention to
be held at the Court House on Monday
evening the lath inst., for the purpose
of putting in nomination the following
One Assessor; two Justices of the
Peace; two Constables; three Judges
$.ad two Olerka of Election for each
Flno Cut Tobacco fit the Ioet OQm Bock
Remember the Fire Meeting on Fri
day evening, at 1)4 p. m.
Hoard Wanted. Two rooms with
board for a gentleman and two ladies
in a good central location. Address
Box 7a 1 P. O.
Mr. George Seybolt desires m to say
that he has never thought of, nor de
sired to enter the County Treasurer's
office in Cass county in any official ca
pacity whatever lie has other and
better business on hand.
Go to the Ferry Company for your summer's
wood. 6oo eords dry Cottonwood for sale, and
delivered about town. 12tl
A lamp exploded in Miskella's Gro
cery Store, on Tuesday evening during
Mr, Miskella's absence at supper. Some
passers by broke open the door and ex
tinguished the flames before much
damage was done. This is the third
attempt at a Gre in this block, within
II UNTEKS ATTENTION I !
Every bcxJy who feels disposed to
join the annual Fall Hunt, is request
ed to inert at the office of Sam M.
Chapman Esq. Fitz. IJlock oil Friday
evening lOinst at 7. SO p. ni. for the'
purpose of making preliminary arange
ments and fixing the day.
Foiiy for salo. Inquire of Herald
office. . 24tf
TO TIIE FARMERS.
Mr James "Wood (alias Short Horn
Jimmy) desires to inform the people
of Cass that he is a bona-jhle candidate
for Probiite Judge and that if elected
he intends to fill the office himself to
the best of his.ability and knowledge.
Tiio Nebraska Baptist State Conven
tion holds its annual meeting with the
Baptist Church of this place commence
ing this evening at 7 X o'clock; also the
Nebraska Association commences on
Friday at 10 o'clock, a. iu holding over
Sabbath. All are invited to attend.
A CARD FROM MR. BERBER.
Unfounded charges that I will not
fill the office of Treasurer myself, if
elected, having been circulated by the
oppiwition party, I hereby inform the
people of Cass county that, should they
see fit to place me there, I propose to
perform the duties of the ofiico myself !
and that no other person has ever been
talked of or thought of, as my deputy.
I k:io-.V that Teter Merges, the l'lattsmouth
Shoe Dealer sells the let goods that are made,
at the lowest cash prices. tMtf.
Mr. Th-jrnas Thomas has retarned
from the St. Joseph Exposition, rind
cannot say too much in praise of it.
lie says they treated him like a Prince
down there although he could not got a
premium. He desires to return his
thanks to the President, Superintend
ent and other officers cf the Fair ground
for many courtesies arid kindnesses re
ceived during his visit.
(J RAND LODUK I. 0. 0. F.
On the .!st of the present - month
the Gra:ul Lo:lge of the Independant
Order of Odd Fellows will convene in
our" City. -
A reception ball and supper will be
given the representatives of the Grand
Body by Platte Lodge No. 7 I. O.
1 O. F. and the citizens of Flattsmouth,
on th evening of the 23d at Fitzger
As I am about to leave Flattsmouth
I take this opportunity of thanking
my old friends and customers for the
past favors they have shown me and
most cordially recommend my German
friends, and customers generally, to call
on Frank Carruth, at the Post Office
Jewelry Store, where thoy will find a
large assortment of all kinds of goods
and a thorough workman.
2$w4 Paul Braitscii.
Business la business, ar.d so uro the Cigars at
the I. O. I5.ok Siore. 6-tf.
The Nebraska City News makes a
I big mistake in quoting our article on
the conventions in Cass County. For
Heaven's sake Mi.-ter, whoever you are;
do try and read more caref ul. The
first part of the article yon allude to
has reference to the so called peoples
ticket in this county, and the last has
reference to the regular Republican
Convention which we said was com-
posed of farmers &c. If this mistake
is intentional it is almost unpar.lon-
able to thus mislead honest readers
j and if the writer knows no better he
should leae so responsible a position
j as even a countv editor's chair,
MRS. ADD1L SAYLES.
Ulilliuery and Faacy Goods.
Would call the attention of the la
dies of Weeniii? Water and sUrround-
i ing country to her full, cheap, and com-
plel f-ti'k of Miliinerv and Fanev
Ioh1s, which she has just received
from the Last. All orders promptly
filled at tho lowest cash prices. Our
motto io quick sales and low prices.
NEBRASKA' GRAIN CO.
TO THE FARMERS OF CASS AND
I'l.vttsmouth, Oct. S, 1973.
Tho undersigned, representing the
Nebniska Grain Company, takes pleas- i
ure iu informing his friends and those j
who have produce to sell, that they
have increased their facilities for hand- j
hug grain by erecting Warehouses at
j Louisville, Ashland, Greenwood, and
other points on the li. & M. Road,
where competent u:en will be found in
charge, having an interest in the busi
ness, who will pay more for Wheat,
Corn, Oats, and Barley than any other
firm in Nebraska.
Refers, by permission, to John Fitz
gerald. Calvin Parmele, and John R.
Offiee opposite Bank in Jno. D. Tutt'3
Store, JOS, A. CONNOR,
i Gfifcral Manager'
TIIE JjONO OF FASHER J.
I want to he a farmr r,
And with the f aimers stand,
A hoe upon my shouMcr,
A plow within my hand ;
There, right before irycorn-fleld.
So wary aid so bright,
I'd view the hands all working.
And watch them day and night.
I'd tend the farmers' meetings,
And honors would I bear.
And on some fanner's motion,
Terhaps I'd take the chair.
And bless the f inner voters.
They'll give, lite office, quite.
And with teji thousand thousand,
I'd praise them day and night.
" Oh, yes, I'll le a farmer,
And with the farmers stand,
Their votes w 1.1 make me happy;
111 join the farmers' band
There, With f'iflt !g fat office,
I'll raise my banner bright,
While they are turning up the earth,
111 praise them day aad nitfht."
Lostsomewhere w ithin the limits
of the city of l'lattsmouth, one grey
felt saddle blanket. If the finder will
return the above to Buttery & Lazen
by's stable, or the Herald office, he
will receive thanks and cash.
The Flattsmouth Fire Department
met on Wednesday evening, and after
transacting some regular business, ad
journed until Friday evening, at half
past seven o'clock, sharp, when all the
firemen aire requested to be present, as
there is especial business.
: 1 1
. We call attention to the Reception
Ball and Supper, which will be given to
the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge, in this
city, on 'the 23d inst. Many promin
ent persons, from all parts of the State
will be present at this gathering, and
we hope our people will make the Jle
ccption party a success by full attend
ance ; thus aiding the resident members
of the Order to make things pass off
l'lattsmouth Billiard Hall, opposite the
Brooks House, "NVni. Neville, proprietor. Three
good tables, good bar and bowling alley. 21iihj
At the residence of the bride's fath
er, in Richardson County, on the morn
ing of the. 7th inst., by the Rev. Mr.
Lenska, Mr. Aloxzo Cunningham to
Miss Carrie Howe.
The happy couple took the train for
l'lattsmouth where th"y expect to
spu d the honeymoon, if the boys
will give. Lon." any time to devote to
such pursuits. "Wo wish them a long
life, oceans of happiness and a gold
mine throwed in.
Oh "J.on." my boy, you've done it now,
And all the world .will wonder How(e)
You caused a maid to have it said
Kh would a Cunning htm be made.
Married. Wednesday October 7th
lb73, Mr. William L Latta and Miss
Sarah L. Current at the home of the
brides father. Three droves, Cass Co.,
Neb., by the Rev. A. L. Folden.
So wags the current of times and
brings us all to the brink of matrimony
sooner or Lat(ta)er.
Melodeon for sale.
Inquire at the
Joseph Connor is now opening three
separate grain establishments besides
the one at l'lattsmouth. James Alli-
f son, the son of an old resident of Three
Groves, Cass County, who is well
known throughout the county, operates
the one at Arddaud and makes it ii suc
cess. John Livingston, the son.in-law
of J. Adams, two miles south of
l'lattsmouth, and who is an old resi
dent of Louisville Precinct, runs that
station. The one at Greenwood is op
erated by an enterprising farmer, W.
L. Grey, who is making a success of it.
They are all Patrons of Husbandry
and have the interest of the farmer at
heart. It is a co-operative association
conducted under the management of
Joseph A. Connor, and between them
they ship a large portion of the grain
of Cass Count v.
A". V. Leonard wants some wood in
exchange for pictures. Call and see
Nat Brown and John Shannon both
came out iu a spic-span new suit of
j clothes last week; drab brown with
i purple spots on 'em. The clothes were
j made in New York, by S. LUoora & Cc,
from imported short horn, Melton,
! English Petersham Merino wool goods
j and it took three whole pieces to get
i e;n all out of. As the suits cam? home
j from the shops, they wort- a little too
i large but by repeated wettings during
j the shower of last week, they shrunk
so much that Nat had to trade his off
to John for a short horn pony, and John
i gave his to a sixteen year old haymak-
j er, from the Weeping Water blue grass
' region, for an un weaned half breed Tex
IJrown starts east in a few d tys to
bay out the factory, and has chartered
the Ik & M. R. R. to transport the ma
chinery, hands and all, out to Coon
j Hisel's hollow v. he re we shall soon have
I a woolen mill and clothing m inuf aclo-
j ry at wholesale, running in first rate
j order. It is an unique and entirely
i new mill. You iust chuck the sheep.
goats or flax in one end and a suit of
clotes, a hat, or overalls cornea out of
the other. Go west voting man! and
see this wonderful piece of machinery.
Again the monster ha showed itself with 'is
hideous inein ?i Jpain. AgaLi t'te red handed
Vaudtd has full play, but thanks .r to (,;id. on
ly fr u ?lnrt time. And yet in sp;tf of tiiis sad
j news we are liappy to record tlie fact that
i l'eter .Merges, the only c.e-iisf ve dt aler in boots
and sh.m s in Cass t'oio.ty, defies the whole
north west in low down prices. "iti.
Examinations for granting Teachers'
! Certificates will be held at the follow-
i ing named times ami places:
Stove Creek School House, October
21st and 2?d, 1873.
Weeping Water, October 2:kl and
The Water's School Houe near
Greenwood, October 27th and 23th.
. l'lattsmouth, October 30th and lsr.
Prompt attendance at 10 o'clock is
desired. U. W. WISE,
Sup't Pub. Instruction, Cass Co.
Plattsmoutb, Sept. 17tn, 1873.
LIST OF LETTERS j
Office October 1st 1S73:
Budy Joseph B.uxtca P. -
Brown J. Eresnor PenJ. ' ,
Drake G. W. Divls 6. J'.
roster Miss Nellie
Glbbs Andrew Cordon W.
Mail W. 1J.
Hudson J. 11.
Kelly Hickman Knotts Trof.
Kamp II. F. Krugger Thomas
Iaugliiin W. Loomis J. M.
Mockinply Kittle S. MeCracken Geo.
Mapes Jo.se pu McDonald Martha
Presson J. C.
Rose B. Reynolds N. M.
Sayles Frank Salisbury F. A.
Salisbury Ceo. Smith Ceo.
Thcmpson J. Vv. . Thompson F. G.
Volk Nicholas . Viers J. P.
Withefo'w 8;iml . Wannock David
WHIard Sarah Whig Geo. 1.
Williams G. W. f Wilmot II. S.
When calling for any of the above
letter please saj- advertised.
J. W. Marshall, P. M.
reter Merges the Shoe man buys his large
siocks direct from the Factor', and is conse
quently prepared to sell the best goods cheaper
than the cheapest. 2-ltf.
CASS COUNTY CENTRAL ORANGE
This Association met at Eight Mile
Grove on Tuesday, October bth. The
principal business before the meeting
was the propriety of erecting Ware
houses and of starting a co-operative
store. The Warehouse matter was laid
on the table; and in regard to a co-operative
store, it was resolved that the
Grangers need one, and that the initia
tory store should be at Weeping Water
and a committee of three were appoint
ed to form rules and regulations for its
government, and to receive stock for
The meeting was largely attended.and
finally adjourned to meet again in reg
ular session, at Light Mile Grove the
first Tuesday in January, 1874.
After the business of the meeting
was over, Mr. James Wood was called
on for a speech, and did make a very
neat short-horned, clean-limbed little
"spout" rather flowery and a little po
litical, but then Jimnly is one of the
sweetest talkers in the county, aiid he
has set his heart on being Probate J ttdge
you know, so we'll forgive him.
MacMurphy was then called for, and
spoke his piece, without any politics,
because the moon was under a cloud,
and it wasn't a good night for politics
there, any more.
A "honeymoon car'' is now run on
! the Pacific Rtulwav.
WEEPING WATER LOCALS.
WF.EriNo Water, Sept. 24.
Of course tlie money panic is tlie one
fruitful topic cf conversation. Every
body understands the whole cause f
it and wonder why financial men of
such-reputation as Jay Cooke and oth
ers should not have seen the disaster
awaiting them. The fanners show
very little uneasiness for most of them
have sold part of their wheat and are.
able to hold on to tlie balance until the
market shall improve, which they
claim cannot be long. Reports were
received that all the banks in l'latts
mouth, Ashland, Lincoln, and Nebras
ka City had susiended. Tho report,
however, created but little excitement,
for most of our farmers are in the'
habit of depositing their surplus funds
with Reed Bros. Reed Bros, say their
business has been larger this week
than during any previous week in the
year. An encouraging feature of
which has been that a larger portion of
it was cash that for some weeks past.
They have full confidence in the future
and will keep their stock full in all
lines. Reed Bros, carry one of ihe lar
gest and best assortment of boots and
shoes to be found in the county, and
are selling at" prices that defy competi
tion. They have a large stock of "Hen
derson's" celebrated work which they
warrant to always give satisfaction.
Persons who have purchased these
goods for the last five years say they
will have no other. Parties who have
trouble in getting good shoe , leather
thould not fail to visit Reed Bros, and
examine and carry away with them a
pair of these j'ustly celebrated boots.
Reed Bros, are carrying more than
double the stock of clothing they have
ever carried before and have but little
troublo in pleasing the closest Layers,
and this too without resorting to the
"Jew" system so common among deal
ers in clothing. To avoid this jewing
they give a cash discount oT 5 per cent,
no clerk is allowed to sell below this,
nor for more. They also have a fine
stock of boys clothing which is offered
at prices so reasonable that many will
prefer it to buying goo:ls in the piece.
To-day-we noticed Reed Bros, selling a
saddle to a man who lived over three
hundred miles east of here. He said
they were so cheap he could afford to
carry one home with him. He said,"
"You sell everything a3 cheap as our
Farmers in all sections of the coun
try cai undoubtedly save money by
buying of Reed Bros.
A. W. Beech, an old resident of this
county, who lias been iri the east for
the last six years, has returned, he is
much pleased with the improvements
and thinks now he shall make a per
manent residence in this county. His
return only proves what we bave so
often noticed that any one who has
lived in Nebraska cannot be contented
CliHdreu oftn look. I'alc am!
from no otlior cause tlutii having
worms in the stDin.icif.
UliOWN'S TE1I5IIFUGE COMFITS
I will destroy, Worms without injury to
I the chihl, Uin'j perfectly WHITE." ami
free from ail t ounuij; or other iujur
ious iyirredtents usually used in worm
CURTIS & BROWN, Proprietors,
. No. 213 Fulton Street, New York.
Sold ly Druggists and Chemists and,
uealers in Medicines at Twcntv-Five
Cnte a Bar. Wwly."
There l r.o p'tin wbi-'h fh4
Cn;aar LrntmeM wHI li 't re
lieve, no swelling It wiil tjoI
5ib(U;e. and no lameness whir!'
it i:I not cur1. This is strong
!.iiini:'C, but it Is true. V.
the parts are not gone. Its effects
are marvellous. It has pnwiueed
n:ore euros of rheumatism, nou-
KftfTlfpsT ralgia. lock-jaw, palsy, sprains,
swellings, ear-ache, caked -breasts, .scalds,
burns, salt -rheum. upon the huiaau
frame, and of strains, spavin. Kails, &e.,
ujon animals in one year than have all
other, pretended remedies since the wor'd
brpan. It Is a counter-irritant, an all-healing
paiiIT.rehever. Cripples throw away their
crutches, tPe lame walk, poisonous bites are ren
dered harmless, aud the wounded are healed
without a scar. It is no humbu;;. The recipe is
selling as no article ever before sold, and it sells
because It does Just what it. pretends to do.
Those who now suffer Tron'rlieumatNm, pain or
swelling deserve to suffer if they w ill not use
Centaur Liniment, more thau 1000 certiSeates
of remarkable cures, incluilins froen limbs,
chronic-rheumatism, gout, running tumours, &c.
have been received. We will sehd 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 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. Rosf. & Co., New York. 4C-ly
Castokta is more thau 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, aud Is pleasant to take. Children
need not cry and mothers may rest. 40-ly
THE. HOWE SEWING MACHINE
J. Vv". Marthis & Co. are the agents for the
Howe Sewing Machine In l'lattsmouth. They
have opened a salesroom and office ou Main
street, between Fourth arid Fifth.
The Howe Machine is a Lockstitch, double
threaded machine, and ranks No. 1 among the
great sewing machines of the day.
8-Oin . J. W. Makthis,
V. V. Todd.
The Ferry Company have Five Hundred
cords of good dry cottonwood for sale. 12tl
Tlifrfy Years' "experience oi
an Dirt "Vurse.
Mrs. Winslow's toothing Syrup is
the prescription of one of the best
Female Physicians and Nurses in the
Fnited states, and has been used for
thirtv vears with never failing safety
children, from the feeble infant of one
week ohl to the adult. It corrects
acidity of tlie stomach, relieves wind
colic, lojrulat os tlie bowels, and gives
rest, health and coin fort to mother and
: child. We believe it to be the Best
and Surest Remedy in the World, in
all cases of Dysentery and Dirrli-ea
iu Children, whether it arises from
Teething or from any other cause.'
Full directions for using will " accomp
any each bottle. None Genuine unless
tlie face-smile of Cl'RTIS & PER
KINS is on the outside wrapier. Sold
by all Medicine Dealers: 24wly.
At VV.k.W iI? and Retail.
For the pvrposc of introdociir my vincprar. I
wi.I se'.l at the following law r:i!es at retail. Red
Wine Vlr.e-.'ar by tlie siiile cailon : cents, two
or more tedious Ut cents per -dlon ; o;iiiine
Ciller Vir.e;::ir Ml cents p-r (ration. A liberal
discount on Ihe jibovc rales m nie to the trade.
Ali Pieivtr v.arra:iled to preserve, pickles, and
free from acids.
I'iiy rdor promptly filled r.nd d'-llvcr.-'d.
C'irii rv pattoiiiJsre solicited.
Factory onpo-iif "doore's Fhcvcr Carder.s,
and w-si of ;ids"!'s Mill.
l'i'-kies fioni liie vines 4o ceids per bundled :
pta up in any kind of vinegar desired, 00 cents
H. A. AI STIN.
14-tf. PtSMMuiouftl. Neirtawka. .
. FOR RENT.
The large aiid oidniodlons V.arerrom, cellar,
and !Mt'e oi. seex'nd floor of buiiding formerly
occc.pii'd ly Jacob Vaih-rv. j""-. M'asotiic
I'.hx k. Enqtiire of li. II. I.ivixoston or
43-tf. '- K.T.DIKE.
CAIiY & HULBEilT,
CORNER MAIN AND FIFTH STS.,
Are doing all kinds of work, in their
line in a neat, artistic style. Give
them a call. 11. O. FELLOWS,
24 w4 Operator.
NOTICE TO PURCHASERS OF B.
'c M. II. R. LANDS.
Omrr or 1,ai "Department, )
',. &. M. It. li. Cm . IX Nl-.M., V
IaNcoi.-N.'NKis., July lo. is?:;. )
Having received patents from tho I". S. Oov-
ernnient fr our lands, we ;:re prepared to issue
contracts to parties holding pre-emption cer
ilicatcs for a portion of the' sunt".
Persons boldini; such certificates numbered
between 1 and lino, Issued between tho 1st day
of April, and the 7th day of October, ls71,
are lo-rebv untitled to exchange their pre-emption
certificates for regular contracts, at tiiisof
lice.witlon Mty !:tys from this date, as provid
ed ill said certiticale.
10-131 C.F.O. R. 1IAKKIS.
Latid Cwn.. II. & M. H. Ii. Co.. ia Neb.
Tlie S3oi!seIioIl I'abacea,
is the best remedy in the world for the
following complaints, viz.: . Cramps in
tho Limbs and . Stomach; Pain in the
Stomach, Bowels, or Side, Rheumatism
in all its forms, Dilious Colic, Neu
ralgia, Cholera. Dysentery, Colds, Fresh
Wounds, Hums, Sore Throat, Spinal
Complaints, Sprains and Rruiso.s, Chills
and Fever. For Internal and External
- Its operation is not only to relieve
the patient, but entirely removes tho
cause of the complaint. It penetrates
and pervades the whole system, restor
ing healthy action to all its parts, and
quickening the blood. Tin? Household
P.inaoea is purely Vegetable and all
Healing. Prepared bv
CURTIS & R110WN
No. 21o Fulton Street, New .York.
For sale by all druggis' s. 24wly.
Est ray Notice.
Taken tij by the uiutersigre 1 at his residence
in Eight NlileVit 've 1'reeinc;. Cass Co., N'eo., on
the tali day .t S-pteinher. A. D. 1 7:t, one horse
and one potty; The htse i.s of a bay color. sm
posed to be" 11 years old. unite stripe ih the
lace, blj-'id in. lett eye. The pony is a mare
about seven years old, of a sorrel "color, white
strii in the "face, figure . -it branded on left
shoulder. THOMAS YOL'NG.
In nistriot Court. Second Judicial District, In
and for Cass Couuty, NebrasKa.
John Fitzgerald, I'iainti.T,
Frederick Alley, M. C. Al
ley, F.. C. I'.iewstcr. and M.
11. Reese, Dei'enuanis.
Mrs. E. C. Rrewster, non-resident Defendant,
w ill take notice that i did on the 4th dav of Oc
tober. ts::t, file my petition in the Itstriet Court
in and for Cass County, Nebraska,ai:a:u-.t Fred
erick Alley, M. C. Aiit-y. E. C. Ilrcw ster, and M.
B. Keese. lH'fendaiit-. i!n object ;mil prayer of
said iH-tition being the" foreloure of ac.-rtain
lieo igaire on lots No. live 5) and six n! in bbn k
No. niuet v-iVpnr ! iir Pta'tsmov:t!l Citv, Cass
County, Nebniska. given by Freoericli Alley
and M. C. Alley to John Fiigerahl to secure
the payment ot the sum ofsfOH.i with interest
from the loth day of February tsri at twelve
per cent, per annum aud that "said lots mav be
sold to siiiisly the said amount so due that
you are required to aiww.'-r said Mtitioi on or
before the 17th day of November 1st;;, (setting
forth anv and all iuierest,' claim and demand
you may have upon aid mortgaged premises,
by virtue of a certain mortgage deed dated
the toth day of March isro,- and executed by
Frederick Alley and M. C. Alley to yourself and
which said mortgage deed ut'lers unsatisfied
of record) or stand forever barred of any and all
equity of redemption In and-to said mortgaged
premises. JOUN FiTZG EitALl,
l'-y CjUAPJLLX & Maxwell,
wf His Attorner.
Iu T!!r!Avuvt Pr-rW.rt,"Juiici:i SjsIrlt'lTta
a ad lor (.'ass County, MbcsKft
If'-urv E'keidiery, on bis own
behalf and ou 'betnUt of (Ui
thft heirs of Samuel Kiken
bery, deceased, riaintols,
Famuel Maxwell. Exccitorof
tLu e.-tate of Samuel Liken
berv, deceased, ar.d Timothy
Timoth Oasklll. non -resident Defendant,
will take notice that I lid on the 2il lav of Oc
tober A. 1. I?.". Hie i:i the of.iee cf the t'leik of
tlie Pistrict Court tit and for fuss County, Ne
braska, a petilioii.ai;:.ilnM famuel Maxweii, Kx
ecutorof the estate of Samuel FikcnlM-iy, ie
ocasi'd, aud Timothy. tiH.ill. tl-e oIOih-i ami
prayer of said pet it io'n !:; to obtain a decree of
I court coire-tin; a certain ieel made by
Timothv Ct.uski'.l id snrnvl i-.ikcnli. ry on the
i-Jd dav'of .June is.".:, w hieli said deed was made
to convey the northwest quarter of tho
southwest quarter (' of section thirty tao; in
town twelve tU') ranjre fourteen f I4 eat in Cass
County, Nebniska, but by mistake lieri!eU
said real estate as being in M-ctioti twenty -joi
instead of section thirty tsoi. and also rt qnir
injr Samuel Maxwell Kxcutorof said Instate to
make answer setiinsi forth any defense be may
bave to plaintiTs said petition" and that unless
you answer said petition on or before the 17th
day of November, A. 1). lsT, default will be
taken ajiaiust von iu accordance with the pray
er of said petition. JiKNKY ElKFNIii'UY,
15y CHAl'MAN & fl XWKl.l..
2-sw4 His Attorneys.
Arthur Calkins, I'laiutilT. "1
Willet Pottingcrand Fer-
ry l. Cass, i Jefendaiits. J
WMIett 1'ottiiiirer, non-resident IVfendant.
will take notice that 1 Oi l, on the iroth riay of
September, A. 1. lT. fiie my petition in the
District Conn, in and for Cass Connly, Nebras
ka, .against Wil'.ett l'ottinirer and I'eiry 1'. iiass,
Ietendants. The object and praver of said po
tion being to obtahi a juilgiuent against said
Willett I'otttnger aiid'l' rry 1. 'as lorthesum.
of 5rv.il 7!-1ih. vwth interot from thel.th day of
April, A. I. 1S71 at ten percent, nerauuum, and
that said riuintiir has cau.Std tlie following de
seiihed lieal Kstate as the property of iilett
1'otterurer, noil-resident defeiuh'.iit to be atteh
el in said vuhsc to wit : tho west half of lot No.
eleven in block No thirty, ami hj N' twelve in
bhx-k No forty-four, in 1'la 'sn .uth city,
Cass oot'.niy, and State of Nohrask-, and
that von are" required to answer said petition on
or bfore the loth day of November Is;:, or
judgment will bo taken airainst you upon the
same. AliTlIL U CALKINS.
15v ChapmaN ,i Maxwkix,
'27 w 4 His Attorneys.
To the unknown heirs and next of kin of Jo
seph 1 Kar!y, deceased :
You w Hi take. ::ot)ee that 1 did on Ihe 2."ih
dav of September A. I. 173. tile my Hill in the
District Court. Second Judicial District, in aad
lor Cass County. Nebraska, aaiiot ou.
The object and prayer of which is to obtain a
d"ci"e of the Court decreeing the leual and
equitable title to the undivided half t't' 'f lots
one, two, three, four, live and six 1 1, 2. 3. J.ri and
to in block number eiirltty-nine -sio, in l'latts
mouth c'y, and th e undivided half (',) of hts
one. two. three, four, five and six (I. L',3. 4.5nnd
fl in block number I've i.V in White's Addition
to I'lattsiiiouth Citv, and lot ? one, two, live and
six (1.2,5 mid fo in block number two (') la
l'lattsmouth City.to fe:in jiet itioner Kila V. Da
vis, and ordering tho Sheriff id Cass 'ounfyt :ls
a Special M.ft-r, to execute a ib-ed conveying
said re;d estate to petitioner U'i'1 that utiles, you
appear and .answer ?s:iid Kid of , petitioner
on or before, tlie loth dav of November, A. D.
Is7:l, the same i!l be taken s:s confessed and
judirmciil rendered accurdimily.
1 KLL.V V. DAVIS.
Hy Chapman & Maxwkix.
17 wl Her Attorneys.
In District Court, th'.d Judicial District, !a
aad for C;:ss county. Nei ri
11. C. Uigeiow, ri'Wilds J. Horton, I'aidhia A.
Hoiroo. al.iri in i rover. J!iob;-.rd S: Spceeer,
('eil i; Caiiii. si. .'ose;io M.ir.utacturiug Com-p.-uv,
Joint M. Carter. C. W. l.yiiian.
The People of the State of Nebraska :
Martin iirover, liibbard Spencer, Weil &
Calm, the Saint Joieoli Maioilael urin:: Cone
jianv and John M. Carter, non-resident defend-
ants. wi!l take notice, that 1, II. C. J'.ieluw. did
on the P I day of S.-it-!t:l'r. A. D. l..t. t;ie my
peiition in the olliee of the ( lcrk of th" Dis
trict Court, in and for Cass County, Nebraska,
jut:' hist said non-resident defeodanls, and W il
lis J. Horton, I'aul'.na A. Ilortoo and C. W. Ly
man, resilient defei.d:ints t iie oojeci and
prayer of which petition was to obt;:in a Jti'ig
1'ieut ugjiasr Wulis J. I lorlon and Paulina .v.
'Morton lor the Mini of irro.to, and a de
cree of f.irecUistire upon a certain iiiort aire
deed given lir s.iid .Willis ilnrtc'i a'ld f'au
lina A. II or; on to plaintili. '.im.ii the N l of N
!' ' ni seeiion number I t. in to vn in, rjing" II
1: Mtl principal meriiiian. and the S K 1.i of
section ne.t'.ibei- twelve, in town In ra'ge 11 I'.,
situated in t oss counly. Nebr;isk:i. to secure
tli" paMiient of s-dd sum of tf"i.ee. with in
terest "from tho the -.'!t d:iy of March, Wo. id
the rat" of ten per cent, per aniiuiii. ::iid also
asking for afurther jii.lgment against. ?;.id Wil
lis .1. and 1'aidlua A. ll irion. for the sum or
e-.'.l.'7-l'nliis. taxe a:id char ' -s iiooo s-.id real
estate, which said Wilits J. ;i.n.l I'aho'Kt A.
ilnri'iii had permitted to become a lien and !e
ebrrge o.pon sabl real t sn.te. impairing and
n;iiring thin ph'.iotiil's security upon the s;one,
aiid asking tliat plaintiff be allowed a lien uim
said premises for said taxes and chatges, and
jiraying further that each of you non-iesitiei.t
defeiid'alds be compelled to answer, and how
w hat if any interot or iien you have or claim
upon said "mortgaged pnmis"es. by virtue of
rtain judgments obtained by each of you. in
Cass county, Nebraska, against said Wiiiis J.
.vial Paulina A. Horiou. and that plaintiff's said
claims and demands may be deeicd to have
priority over the clahd ot each of said non-resident
You are required to answi r said petition on
or before the gTih day oi et"ber. A. D. ls7;i, or
default will be taken agaiust each of you upon
II. C. I5IGKI.OW.
, bv CHArMAK & Maxwfm.,
24t i U Atri mey.
A CORDIAL INVITATION.
Messrs. Hurst .Sc Cage exteud their compli
ments to tho public, and invite every one to ue
Dr. L. Hurst's Anti-Dyspeptic
and Liver Pills.
For the cure of IJyspopsia and Liver Complaint.
Long experience" lia proved them to be the
safest, surest, ahd lie' ''ills in use, for the va
rious billions diseas- s ... prevail st extensive
ly. Headache, indigestion, less of appetite,
giddiness, dimness of sight, sleepiness and the
! whole tram ol oisoroers ii.sii.uiyiermeu oiiuous,
j will be cured bv these pills if taken according
lo uirccuuiis i nee cems.
. Dr. Hurst's Vinegar Cough Cure has been
used in private and hospital" practice for many
years, and is pronounced by aU who have tried
It the best remedy ever offered to the public for
the cure of
Couyhs, Colds, Broticliitis, AstJiina,
Whooping Cough, Croup,
and all diseases of the rulm','uv7y organs, belnjj
composed cf well-known, .meiUcal herbs, it will
strengthen the system, purify the blood, and
arrest disease. "
WANTED! WANTED! WANTED!
A case of I:'.. 'iir.atb:n, Pain in the Hack or
Lumi'iiga; Swollen Joints, Flesh Cuts. Sprains
and I'rnises, Sore shouldcis. Scratches and Fis
tula in Horses that cannot bo cured by Jli.rd's
Hurt's Family Medicines for ?ale bv Dr. G.
It. Chapman. l'lattsmouth. Neb. ; li. C. Iloover,
Louisville, Neb., and by dealers generally.
The only Reliable o'ft Distribution
i?i the Country!
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
To be distributed in
lClth It KG L LA II MONTHLY
Gift Enterprise !
To be drawn
Monday, November 24th 1873
ONKGKAND CASH I!ZE01'
85,060 in Gold !
ONE GUANO CASH PliIZE OF
85000 in Silver !
Two i'rrc-,S 1.000 eadi,in Grcwi'Micks!
Six Prteeg, 8"i00 each, in Greenbacks!
Ten Prizes, 6100 eali, in Greenbacks!
lioo Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
'.in all, ott h from .-jo to ?3oo each.
Coin ISilver Vest Chains. Solid mat Doublc
1'Iated Silverware, Jewelry, .tc.
Xumlicr of Gift, lo.ocfl. A"o. of Ticket To.ooo.
AG I NTS WANTED to sell tickets, to whom
Liberal I'reniiums will be jiaid.
Single Tickets $1. Six,$Z. TirtIc,S0
. , Tirenty-Fice, 620.
Circular. containing a full list of prizes, a de
scription ot the manner of drawing, and other
infotru:Mion in refoeucc to the Distribution,
wiil be sent to any one ordering them. All let
ters must be addrueded to L. l. SiNE. .
-yl ito Cdnoiaiutl, Qhly
Good fml pdFt -.(frrnverexl Jud3y et iwr
body' home la l iattmceih, if they wwit It. by
SenJ la four orders anS 1 TI t ft i ge
and serve you regularly.
CONKAI nFI?I.; - IVopricto
FLOCU, COItN MEAL, FKKD,
Always on hand, aud for sale at lowest Cash
C$Tho Highest prices paid for Wheat and
Particular attention given to Custom work.
E, T. DUKE&COL
At the foot of Main Street.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Hardware hud Cutlery.
ikon. nails, ;
. , hoes, rakes.
siioVels, axes, ,
All k!ua t
II. A. WATEUM AX & SOX
Whb'.csal and Retail Dealers la
JP i ii c Ij ii tn b e r ,
Sasli, Doors, IJliiui, iVc.
under IIeiiald ofiico.
Luke Ffiiskella, Proprietor
Try tlicm nd be satisfied.
GO TO THE
Post Offico Book Stoie.
II: 3. STItEICHT, Irrrrietcr.
. Toys, Confc-etlonery,
Son; Bjjoirs; 4.c.,; &c.
Flattsmouth, - Nebraska.
NO YOU DONT ! !
Get auy Goods cheaper, or a better article
than is kept at the Store of
Jas, Olisbee fi Co.
We are in receipt of Fresh Goods every week
from the East, whichare bought for Cash, and
will be sold In any amount.
Grnng-erSjkeep youi eye on
"We 'will rot bo undersold by
JAS. CLIQUE & CO.
Weeping Water July 1st, 173. ll-4t.
U. V. MATHEWS,
Fourth street, north of Platte Valley Howe.
rLATTS M 0 CTTI, NEDEASBLi.
Hardware and Cutlery,
Iron, X"ails .
Garden City Plow,
F-.irm try Much inery
McCormick't Reaper and Mower,
Buck Eye Reaper and Mower,
&(.:, d-c, f c, d
S E E D
; For the Garden,
For th Orchard, - '
For the Field.
; TIC.-.--.. J
SOLOMON Cz ii&THAii
Ladies Furnishing Good5-.
ti4 Bwt Aiwntra
"tcic lr. th City.
v.'.u h t-.- !-.re nrervired to Bell ehnert
thev rail or piTcnn! nwKHtn ti"5 us
IvUU Ci.llUIIIU oui g jj .is
i x A
Storn Main slret. 1 elwen 4lh nd Bti
iOieets, Plat 1 -.mouth Nebraska. , ltitt.
Don't fall to procore Mrs. Winslow's Soutane
Svrnp for Children '1 editing
I'hi"; valuat'le piciiar:it!ti but been ucd wltU
NKF.U FAILING SI. CC KssJ IN 'iUOCh
AMiS OF CA-I.S. , , ,
It ted onlv relieves the child from pain, but
invigorates" th stomach and huvwls. correct
Hcidil), and n'vcs tone and encry fo the who'
sjslem. It will also instantly relievo.
Gllll'INO IX Till'. P.oWKI.S AM) WlsjD COt.10.
V.'c believe It Ihe best, iinl sorest feoiedy ll.
the world, to all cases of Dysentery mid Dlar-
rlo'ii In children, whether iiililng iioui teething
or any other cause.'
Depend ii on it. mothers, II whl t'lvo rs-st tc
yjill selves and
111-XI K K AND IlKALTII TO Yoi'n I XI AKTS.
Re sure und call for
' "Mils. Wl NM.OWV" SOTI!IO SVItLT."
i ITaving Ihe fac-sbiiile r "t:i;i:T!S A l'ES
! IvINs id th" i.uulde tti.mpi r. .
I Sold l.ydr.!ge!s;s thiooglieiit the wn-ld If
I an row pr -par .'d to furnish th boat una
TWICE EVERY DAY
To all pj'.t.Ios notlf Ing me v'
THE GENUINE PIHS' ,
Threshers and horse powers;
Those superior Machines, "witl"
out any rivals for capacity or
quality of "work, are offered to
buyers this year with several
valuabla improvements. De-
ecriptive Pamph!et -will be fQr
nieeed on apphcation, and stoolc
tvill ba heldf in St. Ixjuob- for
raoro convenient delivery. Par
tiea in Missouri, KanBos, South-
ern Illinois, Texas and th Ter
ritories will correspond with
Semple, Birgo & Co.,'
13 SOUTH MA IN STREET, ST. LOU 1 1
riease mentioa lo what paper y tuf
FIRST NATIONAL BANK;
CI" TLATTSMOUTn, NnEItASiA,
Tootle, Hanria & Clark.
Jony riTzcrRAf.D. .
Jons K. Clahk.
c. rj. vjkitMrin, i
T. V . r.v. ;.-, .
Ass t C'ldot.
Thi- r..i!il; Is nnw fon fur bnsiricM at thM
new room, conn r M.-dn and Sixth treoi, i4u
;ire firepjicd to truuici a j;viicrjJ
and Local t
On t:m ;
Ir:ili drawn, nvrdhibli tn anv part of 1U1
I'oile.l Slnlcs ui ull tho pliuelpld tOWU9
and Citk-iof Euii i c.
FOR TIIE CELEBRATED
ALL KM LINE
I'crsons wishing to bring out their fti'ntf
from Kiirojie can pnrcbase tickets from OS
throogh to riatisinoiit'i
A Heavy Stock of Goods ci!
No Ren's -and lnU-rcxt on Bormorti
Copit'd to be infxle "Jf Customers.
OLDEST ESTABLISHED UOU&ll
IN TIIE CITT.
streets, t;ikes pleasure ia announcing to
FARMERS AND MECUANtch.
1 h.it be hn a ;r arid well selected sloci cl
I)ry Hoi His, (Iroceries. !rovisiont. us ereT"
brouUk to the City of I'littsuiouth,
.. . . ll f 4
It will cost yon nothing tohok at t'.irV
whetner yon bnv or not. l;v exnmining the
prices at the "OI,l RELIAll'LE '.yoo wld bf
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