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The time uiven ahovo N that of Chlcano.
wlileh U 33 minutes faster than that of 1'latts
month. ms.v. i
Transient 25 cents a line, nebular adverfliiors
14 wall jht line. No advertisement Inserted
fer Ictus than 25 cents.
J,&" Lr:U adverflHcmenH wili be cbarjr to the
i . ptrties handing tlicm in.
A our spae Is limited, all communications
i oit be brief and to the point, with no waste of
Are revested to notify the office If the paper Is
nut delivered promptly.
1 Anv person who take a paper rctrulirly
frnm this io-t office, whether directed to his
l.ame. or wlwilir he is a subscriber or not Is
responsible for the p:iy.
? If any TM-rson 'rdrr his paper dicmtin-wiC-
he iini-it p:iv all arr-ara:rs. or the publisher
ta.17 cotitijiue to' ti'l it until p ivii'ent is ; i:ilc.
eolli-ct i lie; wl'oie a'lHu'tit. w!ief her tho pa
per Is taken from the oHice r rot.
3 TIi ;. lis hae de ble-l that refiwlne to
tik" ti('W;:, r and perlodic:ii.s from tlie post
sMt';o" or leuiovin? nd leaving llu in iinal!cd
for. i pi'.M.icvidciK-e f imkntial fkal'i.
Notick to F.vntviionv. Asnbscriners pay
ing f jr helr paper to us, and ordering it stowed
t"a ccrtiiin time, will And il so stopped ; but
w c.nu'ot Ie responsible for what has been
done before our time, nor for orders supposed to
b civ n by others to others. Our books alone
Ci:.t tlie uiilo for ail oid subscriptions.
y-a.-e rememVer this.
Coil and see l. Sk-huasso A Co.'s new Koods.
FrehVOys"' at rank White's.
lliivR you soon "ary" a
Altpuuilau vwi. --
TTi'p.I LN. A ill t;ik wheat
e-l. Will t;ik wl
i un ge f n o rcl i arnl i ? f
New fcVnrs at Wotnls &, rieraing'3,
Our people are just Roinc for the
butclier on the raise in me;it. Is it
mete they should?
Bjnrviri.s a. Unr.k ?tr-ikrl.fs. tf.
J. Sterling Morton, one of Nebrns
ka's no-t agreeable t-ilker?, was in
town List week.
Kemember tlie Sociable at the M. E.
Chur.;h. on next Fri-lay niht. Cone
one an.l all.
The best anil cheapest Roots ami
ShofM at the Shoe Store, will never be
und-rsiM. 2Dtf. PETi-:r. Meuges.
The Editor of the irnwvLn may to
a bantam in size, but ho can out crow
a sharr'haie this raomin.
... . 1 I
y ou nana r resn uysiers
Dont faito call at
your Boots and Shoes.
Reed Bros, for
One Piano for sale cheap,
at the Herald office.
One Tiiors.vND dollars reward.
For a fair s-iuint at the late "people's
party" in full funeral regalia.
Cel. Noteware State Sup't Immigra
tion has returned from Europe looking
fine and hearty, so say the Omaha pa
pers. Remember the Public Temperance
meet-'ng at the M. E. Church on next
Monday evening. All are invited to
vegetable depot at
A New firm in the wholesale Liquar
Cigar and Tobaco bussiness have just
opened, A Lazenby Co., on the corner
of Main and Sixth Streets.
Boone, the Barber still shaves at
13 cents a head and has never suspend
ed Hi lather lox nor hi razor, music
through all the h-trd times.
The Bantam is a
pure blood chicken
just about now the
doing the crowing.
nice elean white
at any rate" and j
bantam cocks are
Go t White's for your fresh vege
tables. 2 JU
MillineW and Fancy Goods at panic
prices at Mrs. Crocker & Co's Bazar.
"Wanted. A good team of Horses
in trade for a first class Piano. In
quire at the Herald office.
Reed Bros, are continually increas
ing their stock and can furnish any
thing a fanner wants.
The I'lattjtmouth .Grain Company
i3 not the Nebraska Grain Company,
but is composed of the following per
sons and firms: E. G. Dovey, D.
Schnasse & Co F. R. Guthman, J. U.
Buttery, E. T. Duke & Co. Mx. Dovey
is the President and E. T. Duke Treas
urer. Fred Gorder is the buyer, and
they respectfully solicit the trade of
Apples at Frank mite's. 29t4
Spectacles at Frank Caruth's. 20-8t,
TVth Cat Tobaceo
at toa Pout OSe
Pony for sale. Inquire of Herald
Bonnet silks Velvets for sale at the
Who swept the
County last week,
There will be a pigeon match on Fri
day next. Inquire of Cook for par
There will be a public Temperance
meeting at the M. E. Church on next
Monday Evening. . All friends of the
cause invited to attend.
A Builey is the Republican Candi
date for sheriff in Douglas. County.
He is a Staunch, true man and if the
good wishes of the Herald were
votes he would be elected, by about
f Onions, sweet potatoes and vege
tables, always on hand, at White's. 4t
Thousands of Spectacles at the P. O.
Jewelry Store. Frank Carruth. 29-3t.
For your good aiid cheap foot gear
ing go to an exclusive Shoe Store.
29tf. Peter Meroas.
Go and see the new styles of stoves
at "Woods & Fleming's, "Weeping "Water
Post Office Jewelry Store, come and
see the new spectacles. llarvy's
Patent Focus Trier. .
If you want some nice ribbonsNcall
at Solomon & Nathan's; but if you
need some Ladies' furs, call on Stadel
mann. He has them all the way from
$1.00 to S100.00 a set.
The Sociable of the M. E. Church
has been postponed until Friday even
ing. All are invited to attend. A
geaeral good time is expected.
Meat has gone up to 15 cents a
pound, all owing the election of Cum
mings, so Amison says.
Tlie Herald is much obliged to
Sheriff Johnson for lending U3 election
returns and helping us to get the cor
We have an interesting description,
of the new millinery and patterns at
Mrs. Crocker's to give but for lack-of
space Bhall bo obliged to defer it until
next week. In the meantime we
adv ise all the ladies to go and admire
the handsome hats, and invest.
Board Wanted. Two rooms with
board for a gentleman and two ladies
in a good central location. Address
Box 731 1'. O.
Oo to the Ferry Company for your Bummert
wood. 600 cordo dry eoltonwood for sale,
All kinds of patterns of the latest
and most approved styles for sale at
Mrs. Crocker's. S3-3t.
1.000,000 Hedge Plants at the Union
Nurseries, Glenwood Iowa now ready
for delivery. 5,000 Osage at 81.2a per
thousand; 100,000 at 31.13 per thous
and. Huney Locust 84.30 per thous
and. All tirst class. Address,
2dw t J. A. Williams.
It is understood that our eld and
highly respected fri:wi Deacon Mirk
elwaifc pnt up Lis Ferry boat and fix
ings against Busscll's house and lot. on
the late election. Of course Russell
won, and a reporter from the Herald
learned late last evening that Russell
says "Mick" can run the boat for a few
davs. and if he man ices things well ho
. I Irtf titTii I.- Gt.n 1 1" jn uli'irot! pn v f
' -' v .".-
-Tootl3 & Fleming, Weeping Water,
have, just received a large invoice of
for winter use.
a't "White's in barrels
Call and get your
Ten dollars reward. Any per
son of ordinary abilities, or extraordi
nary impudence that will invent or
patent some dodge by which we can
beat Grant and honest Republicans
will recive the above reward, apply at
the Watchman office.
is coining and every Man, "Woman and
Child, ought to be provided with good
foot gearing, which can be obtained of
Peter Mei:oe.s the only exclusive
Boot and Shoe dealer in Cass Co., who
who warrants satisfaction. 29tf.
rst instalment of new Millinery
and Fancy goods just arived at Mrs. L.
B. Crocker & Co's. 2D-3t.
Grangers of Cass County. "We
thank you. In the name of good order,
good sense, and sound honesty we
thank you for j our late action in re
gard to using the order as a political
NEBRASKA GRAIN CO. ,
TO THE FARMERS OP CASS AND
Plattsmouth, Oct. 8, 1S73.
The undersigned, representing the
Nebraska Grain Company, takes pleas
ure in informing his friends and those
who have produce to sell, that they
have increased their facilities for hand
ling grain by erecting Warehouses at
Louisville, Ashland, Greenwood, and
other points on the B. & M. Road,
where competent men 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.
Office opposite Bank in Jno. D. Tutt's
Store. JOS. A. CONNOR,
Business la business, aad so are the Cigars at
the P. O. Book Store. 6-tf.
Melodeon for sale. Inquire at the
Herald Office. 24tf
2.jO barrels of apples at Frank White's
grocery. Go and pick out your barrel
for winter use. 29t4
N Dress Making cutting and fitting
done on the shortest notice, and after
the very latest styles in vogue.
Mrs. L. B. Crocker & Co's. 29-3t.
For your Clothing go to an exclusive
Clothing Store, for Boots and Shoes, go
to an exclussive Shoe Store.
29tf. Peter Mergis.
Two hunting parties went out for a
grand fall hunt on Wednesday. One
party under Sam. Chapman, and the
other under Cap Bennett.
They are to have a grand game sup
If you want to buy some Ladies'
shoes, call on Peter Merges; but if you
want anything in Men's wear, boots,
shoes "&c, call at "Win. Stadelmann's.
He sells cheaper than Merges or any
5,000 barrels of Ale coming to Mc
Goire & Co. Beer and Ale for sale by
the keg, barrel or hogshead. 21)t2.
PUBLIC TEMPERANCE MEETING.
The members of the order of Good
Templars will give a public Temper
ance meeting at the M. E. Church on
next Monday evening. There will be
singing, speches, essays &c, delivered
during the evening and a general good
time is expected. All are. invited to
come. Admission free. ,
In Plattsmouth, Neb., October 14th,
1873, afc the residence of Mr. Morgan
"Waybright, bthe liev. Chas. McElvey,
Dr. W. H. Sciiildknecht to Mrs. Jen
nie M. Fox, widow of the late Hon.
J. C. Fox. .
Yes and a great big white cake ap
peared on the Herald table and we.
are afraid that its superabundont ex
cellencies have so filled our imagina
tion and puzzled our digestion that it is
good bye to any No. 1 editorials to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. Doctor, we wish, you joy,
happiness and long' life, and always
count on the Herald a3 one of your
At present writing the Bepublican
ticket is elected entire except Cum
mins, Treasurer, and he is only 13
ahead, Crow out Shanghai.
"Want of space alone prevents ns from
Hering Dan McJvinion a card of
t.rinpatuy. He has carried every
precinct and yet he goes along with hi3
leiiddown. Is it modesty? Oris he
Frank' White has just received 200
barrels of apples which he will sell
very low down for cash. ' 29t4
j FALL OPENING.
at Mrs. Crocker & Co's
and examine their Fall stock of Hats
aad Bonnets. ' 20-3t.
II. Pool, wants to see his
numerous friends from the country in
P.7IER Mergis Shoe Store. Strangers
w.ll allso find him polite and accomo
OMAHA, Oct. C, 1373.
lSear Sir: The Committee appoint
ed by the Sixth Convention of V.3
N( raska State Sunday School Associa
tion to superintend the printing of the
prcvlings of said Convention, after
beir subject to unavoidable delays,
arefjw prepared to distribute the
pages, and will be of great value to
all Sunday School workers.
Tho Executive Committee have fixed
the price of the pamphlets at five cents
Send orders to Col. R. II. Wilbur,
"W. B. SMITH, )
SAM'L BURNS, Committee.
It. H. WILBUR, )
V..V. Leonard wants some wood in
exchange for pictures. Call and see
Lo3t somewhere within the limits
of the city of Plattsmouth, one grey
felt saddie blanket. If the finder will
return the above to Buttery & Lazen
by's stable, or tho Herald office, he
will receive thanks and cash.
riattsmouth Billiard Hall, opposite the
Brooks nouse. Win. Neville, proprietor. Three
good tables, good bar and bowling alley. 24m6
As I am about to leave Plattsmouth
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 Oilice
Jewelry Store, where they will find a
large assortment of all kinds of goods
and a thorough workman.
23w4 Paul BKAiTScn.
13 oftrn caused by getting cold and
wet ft-et. It is therefore every bodys
duty to provide themselves with the
best quality of boots and shoes which
can be bought for the lowest cash
prices at the Shoe Store. Man u factor
ing and Repairing done neatly, and
29tf Peter Merges.
Examinations for granting Teachers
Certificates will be held at the follow
ing named times and places:
Stove Creek School House, October
21st aud 22d, 1873.
"Weeping Water, October 23d and
The Water's School House, near
Greenwood, October 27th ainl2Sth.
Plattsmouth, October 30th and 31st,
Prompt attendance at 10 o'clock is
desired. U. W. WISE,
Sup't Pub. Instruction, Cass Co.
riattsOTOutb, Sept. 17th, 187C
The Plattsmouth Grain Company are
ready. Bring on your wheat, oats, corn
I. O. 0. E.
The B. & M. K, II. will give six-fifths
rates to tho Odd Fellow's Grand Lodge
and Encampment, held at Plattsmouth
on the 21st of October. Tickets good
from the 20th to th 23th. Midland
Pacific gives half rates, and other roads
all make some reduction.
FROM 8 HILE GROVE.
Editor Herald: We had a very
quiet election here; poled but a light
vote, and everything passed off as still
as a Sunday. Uncle Jake Vallery only
cameover and stopped about fifteen
minutes, and wo gave a majority for
"White. There is yet hopes of Eight
Mile in the future. Hurrah for elec
tion. Yours, W.
PLATTSMOUTH GRAIN CO.
This well known Company is formed
of some of our most reliable merchants,
they are perfectly responsible and al
ways ready to buy any amount of grain
f rom'the farmers, at the best rates that
the market will allow.'
Fred. Gorder is their buyer, a man
well known in the county, and fully
competent to transact all business of
this kind. 2Dt2.
Two Centuries Hence. Scene Li
brary in the house of an elderly gent,
somewhere in Australia. Old gentle-
inan telegraphs to the kitchen, and
waiter assends in a balloon.
Old Gent. John, fly over to Calcut
ta, and tell Mr. Johnson that I -shall be
happy to have him sup with me.
Never mind your s coat, now, go!
John leaves and at the end of five
John. Mr. Johnson says he will
come; he has got to go to St. Peters
burg for a moment, and then ho will
Old Gent. Very well, John. Now
start the machine for setting the
table, and telegraph to my wife's
room, and tell her that Johnson is
coming; then brush up my balloon, for
I have an engagement in London at
John Hies, and the old gentlemen
runs over to tho "West Indies to buy a
LIST OF LETTERS
Bemaining in the Plattsmouth Post
Office October 1st 1S73;
Foster Miss Nellie
Mail W. B.
Hudson J. IL
Jones "Wm. '
Kamp II. F.
Mockinply Kittie 8.
Presson J. C.
Thompson J. W.
Williams O. W.
Henderson IL C.
Knotts Prof. .
Loomis J. M.
. . Reynolds N. M.
Salisbury F. A.
Thompson F. G.
Viers J. P.
Wing Geo. T.
Wilmot II. S.
"When calling for any of the above
letters please say. ivClTseuT-"' "
... J. "W. Marshall, P. M.
There Is no pain which the
Centaur Liniment will r.ot re
lieve, no swelling it will not
mibjne. and no Janii'UCsa which
.itTrtirnsrrtrcT' Tiu k-Hr&u
anpnnre, hut !t Is true. v'here
the pans are not cone. Its etfeets
are niarvelNais. It has produced
more cures of rheumatism, nea-
KP'ISCr ralgia, lock-jaw, palsy, sprains,
swellings, ear-ache, caked -breats, scalds,
burns, salt-rheum, &.O., upon the human
frame, and or strains, . spavin, palls, &e..
upon animals in one yer.r than have all
other pretended remedies since the w orld
began. It is a counter-irritant, an all-healing
rain-reliever. Cripples throw away their
crutches, the lam walk, poisonous bites are ren
dered harmless, and the wounded are healed
without a sear. It is no humbug. The recipe is
selling as no article ever before sold, and it sells
because it does jurd what It pretends to do.
Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain or
swellini; deserve to suffer if they will not use
Centaur Liniment, more than looo certificates
of remarkable cures. Including frozen limbs,
chronic-rheumatism, gout.runningtiimours. fe.
have been received. "We will send a circular
containing certificates, the recipe, &.C., frratis to
to any one requesting it. One bottle of the yel
low wrapper Centj'ir Liniment is worth one
hundred dollars for foundered orsweenied 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. 13. Kose & Co., New York. 40-ly
Castoria is mnr than a substitute for Cas
tor Oil. It is the only safe r.rticle in existence
which is certain to assimilate the food, regulate
the bowels, cure wind colic and produce natural
sleep. It contains neither minerals, morphine
or alcohol, and Is pleasant to take. Children
need not cry and mothers may rest. 46-ly
Bids for Forage.
Offk-k Ch. Qn. Mr.. If.it. I'lattk, ) ,
OMAHA, Nfjs., October 13, 1S7J. f
Scaled proposals. In duplicate, with satisfac
tory guarantee sitmed by two responsible par
ties, not bidders, that they will become bonds
men on award of contracts, w ill ne received at
tliis ofice until eleven o'clock a. m. on Thurs
day, November l.itli. lsva, for the delivery at
Omaha Depot, in quantities as required, during
'oveinterand December, 17.t,of
1,000,000 pounds of Oats;
2,000,000 pounds of Corn.
Bids to be endorsed on envelopes, "I'.ids for
lUiuik bids ftirn'shed and full conditions made
known on application at this oftlee.
The right to reject auv vr all bids is reserved.
Chief Or. Mr., Dept. Phitte.
20w l Ilvt. Hri-r. i;oueral U. S. A.
THR HOWE SEWING MACHINE
J. W. Marthis & Co. are the agents for the
Howe Sewing Machine in riattsmouth. They
have opened a salesnom and olUce on Main
street, between Fourth and Fifth.
The Howe Machine is a Lock Stitch, double
threaded machine, and ranks No. I anion,; the
great sewing machines of the day.
8-Cin J. W. Marthis,
F. I. Todd.
MRS. ADDIE SAYLES.
Milllaory anil Fancj Uoods.
Would call the attention of the la
dies of Weeping Water and surround
ing country to her full, cheap, and com
plete stock of Millinery and Fancy
Goods, which she has just received
from tho East. All orders promptly
filled at the lowest cash prices. Our
motto is quick sales and low
Children often look Ial c and
from no other cause than having
worms in the stomach.
BROWN'S VEItMIFUGE COMFITS
will destroy "Worms without injury to
the child, being perfectly WHITE, and
free from all coloring or other injur
ious ingredients usually used in worm
CURTIS Sc BROWN, Proprietors,
No. 213 Fulton Street, New York.
Sold by Druggists and Chemists and
dealers in Medicines at Twenty-Five
Gents a Box- 2-iwly.
Thirty Veitrs' Experience of
an Old Xui-nc.
Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
the prescription of one of the best
Female Physicians and Nurses in the
United States, and has been used for
thirty years with never failing safety
ami success by millions of mothers and
children, from the feeble infant of one
week old to the adult. It corrects
acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, health and comfort to mother and
child. We believe it to be the Best
and Surest Remedy in the World, in
all cases of Dysentery and Diarrhtva
in Children, whether it. arises from
Teething or from any other cause.
Full directions fo"r using will accomp
any each bottle. None Genuine unless
the face-siuile of CURTIS & PER
KINS is on the outside wrapper. Sold
bv all Medicine Dealers. 24wly.
VIXEGAH ! VINEGAR ! !
-At Wholesale and Retail.
For the purpose of introducing my vinegar. I
will sell at the following law ratt'S nt retail". Red
Wine Viiiejrar by tlie single gallon aoeenrs. two
or more irailons atL'5 eeiits per gallon ; Genuine
Cider Yinefrar ait eeiits pi : iralk'ti. A liberal
dineount on the above rates made to the trade.
All vinegar warranted to preserve piekle, and
free from aeids.
Ciry onit .-s promptly filled and delive red.
Country natron-e'e solicited.
Factory opposite Moore's Flower Gardens,
and west of HeNrl'st Mill.
1'iekles from the vines -10 eents per hundred ;
put up In any kind of vinegar desired, 60 cents
H. A. AUSTIN,
lt-tf. nottsroouih, Nsbnuka.
The Ferry Company have Five Hundred
cords of iod ny eottonwopd for .sale. l-2tf
CAIIY & IIULllERT,
COUXEPv MAIX AND FIFTH ST3
Are doing all kinds of work in their
liro in a neat, artistic style. Give
them a call
NOTICE TO PURCHASERS OF B.
& M. R. R. LANDS.
Offtct: or Lax n Dktaktmknt, 1
V.. & M. li. It. Co.. iv Nkh., J
LivroLN, NKit.. July 10, 1S73. J
RAvln; received patents from the V. S. Gov
ernment for our lands, we are prepared to issue
contracts to parties lioidin pre-emption cer.
itlcates for a portion of the same.
Persons ln:diu:; such cerlilicaie-i numbered
between 1 and lluo, issued between th-1t day
of Aprils jiud tho itii--uy --f iioUdwvri,
nre hoi'vbv notified to exchaue their pre-emption
certificates for retnlar contracts, ar this of
fice, within sixty days from this date, as provid
ed i'i :iid cert.ilicate.
IC-lt - G EO. S. II AK RIS.
Land Cmru. B. & il. JR. iL Co.. in Neb.
The EJouspJioJtl Panacea,
' Famly IInlment
is the best remedy in the world for tho
following complaints, viz.: Cramps in
the Limbs and Stomach. Pain . in the
Stomach, liowels, or Side, llheumatism
in all, its forms, Bilious Colic, Xeu
ralsi:tf Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh
"Wounds, Bums, Sore Throat, Spinal
Complaints, Sprains and Bruises, Chills
and Fever. For Internal and External
Its operation is not only to relieve
the patient, but entirely -removes thc
cause of the complaint. It pejorates
and pervades the whole system, restor
ing healthy actloji4e-aiTits parts, and
quickennhTTblood. The Household
l'ilfl'Ae'etf-i's purely Vegetable and all
rliealing. Prepared by
cum is & Bictm.N.
Xo. 215 Fulton Street, Xew York.
For sale by all druggists. 24wly.
Iri'tlie District Court, Second Judicial District
In and for Cass County, Nebraska.
John Eitir-rahl, I'laintiiT,"!
Ado'iiihus S. Thompson and
Emetine Thompson, De'eud
anis. Adolpbii" S. Thompson and Fmeline Thompson,
non-resident Defendants, will taUe notice that
I dl ou the 4th dav of October. 1S7.;, file my pe
tition in ti e District Court in aud for. Cass
County, Nebraska, against yourselves, the ob
ject ana prayer of said petition being Cue fore
closure or a certain mortnae on lot number two
ti in biock number twenty-one (1) in Duke's
Addition to the City of Plattsmouth, Cas
County, Nebraska, jciven by Adolphus :s.
Tlioi:ipsin ami EnieliiiB Tliompson o John
EitZKeiald to seciue the payment of th mi of
$JiO with interest from tlieSthdav of c (. aiber
l.sTl and that said lot may be soiu to sa:i:.iy the
amou-it so due and that you are required to an
swer said ietitlosi on or before tiie 2lth day of
November, 17.5, or judgment will be tanen
against you upon the said petition.
Bv Chapmak & Ma.wvf.li,,
"ir.iwi Ilis Attorneys.
Tn th' District Court. Second Judicial Lis
tricl, in and for Cass County. Nebraska.
Chapman & Maxwell, Plaiutilfs, 1
Washiiif-'inn M. Dickens, Deft. )
Washington JI. Dickens, non-resident De
fendant, will take notice that napmaii & Max
well, p'aintilTs. did on the l.tth day of October,
1S73, lile in tiie Disiiict Court in and for Cass
Countv, NePraska, llieir pet fi ion mrainst tiie
said Washington M. DicKtus, Defendant, in
which the pi.iimiiTs fl.-din juerrr'.ent for Ihe sum
of -s'JSO for attorneys services, rendered for said
Defendant's use liy Maxwell & Chapman which
account was on the 1st day id October 173 duly
sold and assigned to Chapman & Maxwell,
plaintiffs, and that they have caused thefoliiw-lii-
Jcscii!el lands to tie attached as ftie prop
erty of said Defendant. to-vit : tiie soul li half
of tiie southwest t-u.nter of section number
e!L.lit iu township 11 timber twelve north of
range number ' welve, e;wst of tlie sixth jiriuei-
meriuian. situatetl in L-ass t imiiiv, .enras-
u are m reov notitieii that unless vou an-
pejjraii'l answur sai-l petition on or before the
2ltli day of .November, A. D. 173, judgment
will be rendered ai;ai:ist you for the said sum of
fiVi, tofietLw with mier'st thereon from April
lot ll 172, PUd co-Is of suit.
lijwi Ckai'max & Maxwell, riaintEIs.
Taken no by tho undersigned at his residence
in t-'tyh ':!: firove Precinct. C;is Co., Ned., on
tiie llth day of September. A. D. Is73, o'ie hoise
ai.d one pony. The horse is of a hay color, sup
posed to lie II years old. white stripe ill the
lace, blind iu left eye. The pony is a marc
about seven years old, of a sorrel "color, white
stripe ia the face, ligure -Xi branded on left
shoulder. THOMAi YOCNU.
In District Comt. Seeoud Judicial District, in
and for Cass County, Nebraska.
John Firzgerald, Plaintiff, V
Frederick Alley. M. C. Al
ley, E. C. Brewster, and M.
li. ltecse. Defendants.
Mrs. E. C. Brewster. non-reVubnt Defendant,
will Ct'te notice that I did on the 4th day 01 Oc
tober. 1S7;5. file inv petition in tile District Court
in aiwd for Cass County. Xehraska.aaiiist Fred
erick Alley. M. V. Alley, E. C. Brewster, and AI.
B. lU-ese. Delenilaiils, the object and prayer of
said petition tieintne 1 relosure ot a certain
mortgage 0:1 bus ... live (.M and six (0 in block
No. i.iacty-four I'M) in Plattsmouth City, Cass
County, Nebniska. Kivea by Frederick Alley
and M. C. llev t. John Fiizuerabl tti secure
the payment of the sum of with interest
from the p.;ih dav of Febrr.ary 1s71 at twelve
Ier cent, per annum and that said los may be
solJ to sa;is:y the s.utt aiiu.iml so due :a.d that
yon are re.piired Vt answer said jetiti';i on or
ix'fore lle 17th dav 01 November ls"J, (setting
forth any end ail Interest, claim and demand
you may have upon said mnrtfaed piviul.se,
by virtue of a certain mortMu'e deed dated
thu loth dav of March ls7. and executed by
Frederick Alley and M. C. Alley to yourself and
which said mortgage deed appears unsatisfied
of record! or stand forever paired of any and all
etpiity of redemption in and to sjiid inert raged
prenuse. JoilN FlTZoEttALD,
' By CHAFMAX& Maxwell,
, KIb AWwrae.
In TV.fM.-t Co'.irt. Keeond Judicial District, In
and for Cass County, Nebraska.
Henrv Eikenbery, on hi own
hehaff and on hehalf of till
the heir of Samuel Klkeu
her, deceased , l'lain tills,
Samuel Maxwell. Exeeutorof
tlie estate of Maniuel Kiken
hery. deceased, and Timothy
Timothy Gaskill. non-resident Defendant,
will take notice that I did on the 2d day of Oc
tober A. I). 173. Hie In the oliiee of the Clerk of
the District Court in ami for Cass Comity, Ne
braska, a jM-titioti iisuinst hamuel Maxwell, Ex
eeutorof the estate of Samuel F.ikent'ery, de
ceased, and Timothy Gaskill. tlie object and
praver of said petition Is to obtain a decree of
the" court eorrt ctiiii; a certain deed made by
Timothy Gaskill to Samuel Kikenlery on the
i!d dav of June ls.7. which said deed was made
to convey the northwest quarter of the
southwest quarter Ci of section thirty tsa) in
town twelve (12 ran:e fourteen (1 1) east in t.'.-iss
County, Nebraska, but bv mistake described
said real estate a. neimi in section twenty CI")
instead of section thirty t'lfo. and also requir
ing Samuel Maxwell Kxentor of said Estate to
make answer setiintr forth any deiense he may
have to plaint iTs said petition and that unless
vou answer said petition on or before the 17th
lay of November, A. D. 173. default will be
t:keii atrainst vou in accordance with the pray
er of said petition. HENKY E1KE.N I5EKY,
Jiv Ch Ai'MAN a; 1axw El.l..
Iisw4 His Attorneys.
Arthur Calkins, plaintiff.
Willet Pottinsrerand Fer
ry 1. Gass. Defendants.
Wiilett Fottintrer, non-resident Defendant,
will take notice that 1 did. on the '-Ktli day of
Septemler, A. D. 173, tlie my petition in tlie
District Court, in and for CVvs County, Nebras
ka, against W lHett Pet I inner and Perry P. Gass,
Defendants. The object and prayer of said pc
tinii iM-intrto oMain a judgment against said
Wiilett Pol tinker and Perry P. Gass for the sum
of "M1 7!'-b,i. with interest from tlie l.'-th day of
April, A. !. li71 at ten percent, peraiiuum.and
that said Plaint ill lias caused the following de
scribed Heal Estate as the property of V illett
I'o' tender, non-resident defendant to be ato-h-ed
iu said c;:.use to wit : the west half of lot No.
eieven in blocu No thirty, and lot No twelve in
block No foriy-feur. in Pla tsmouih city,
Ca-ss county, and Stale or Nebrask. and
that you are required to answer said petition on
or before the Kith day of November 1.H73, or
'judgment wiil be taken against you upon the
wmie. AlcTIILK CALKINS.,
Bv ChapmaN & Maxwki.i..
"i7wl Ills Attorneys.
To th unknown heirs and uext of kin of Jo
se'di I Earlv, deceased :
You v.lli'feike notice that I did on the 23th
day of September A. D. 173. file my liill in tho
District Coiirl, Second Judicial District, in and
fur i 'ass County. Nebraska, airainst ou.
The object and prayer of w bicli is to obtain a
decree of the Court decreeing the legal ami
equitable title to the undivided half () of lois
o:s: two. three, four, five anil six (1, 2. a, 4. ft and
fi in b'ax-k number eighty-nine '.. in liatts
lnoui.lt city, and fit e undivided hall 'i of bits
one, two. three, four, live anil six (1, 2,3, I. ".and
t; in block number five cf) in White's Addition
to P'attsmouth City, and lots one, two. live and
six (1,2. 5 amir,) in block number two J) in
Plattsmouth City.to be'in xtitioner Ella V. Da
vis, and ordering tlie Slierill of Cass County, ;c
a Special Master, to execute a deed convoying
said real estate to uUtioui-r and that unless yon
apnear and answer said Dill of petitioner
on'or before the Huh dav of November, A. D.
1H73, tlie same will be taken as confessed and
judgment rendered accordingly.
J a ELLA V. DA VI 8.
I'v Chapman & M xwkm,.
7wi Her Attorneys.
In District Court. 2nd Judicial District, In
and for Cass county. N .-br:is":i.
H. C. Piu-elow. r illis.T. Horton, Paulina A.
Ilorlon, Martin Grover. Hibbard & spencer,
Weil tk Calm. Si. Joseph Manufacturing Com
pany. John M. Carter. C. "A . Lymau.
The People of the stale of Nebraska :
Manm Grover, Hibb.irdr Sp'-ncer, Weil &
Calin, the Saint ,i.sepli Manutact urin Com
pany and John M. Carier, nou-resfdent tlefeml
ants. will tnke notice, tint I. II. C. P.ijrelow. did
on tlie 1st dav of September, A. l. 1h;, lile my
twmton in tlte oft'ice of the duiuof
-nctf rrnTTtn and for Cass Couniy, Nebraska,
against said non-resideut Oefuiuliiius, ana Wil
lis J. Horton, Paulina A. Horton and C. W. Ly
man, resident defendants the object and
prayer of which petition was to obtain a Judg
ment against Willis J. Horton and Paulina A.
Horton fer the sum of s670.no, and a de
cree of foreclosure upon a certain uiortirasre
deed Ki ven by said W iiiis J. Hoi ton anil Pau
l.naA. Horton to plaintiff, upon the N 'i of N
K of ss-tion number li. in town 111, nme 11
JC sixth principal meridian, and the SElof
seetioii number f.elve, in town in ntne 11 E,
situated iu Cass couniy, Nebraska, to secure
the pavtnent of said sum of 5570.00, with in
terest from the the 21st day of March, Ihto. at
the rate of ten per eeitl. r annum, and also
askinj: for a further Judgment against said W il
lis J. "and Paulina A. Horton. for the sum of
f !)3.i7-l'Kit.hs. taxes and charges uion said real
estate, which said Willis J. and Paulina A.
Horton had jertnitted to become a lien and le
irai charge upon said real estate, iiiipaiiimr and
injuring tliis punntilt's seimrity upoii tlie same,
and asUiiif; tliat phiiutitf be allowed a lien upon
said ' premises for said taxes and charges. Riot
pravinjr further that each of you non-resident
defcmbip" be compelled to answer, and show
y.vtal I Ty interest or lien vou have or claim.
tiKpn.fTu'ti inmt(agerr ''ptveiiriSes, ' by virtue of
cenain jiulsments obtained by each of you, in
Cass county, Nebraska, against said Willis J.
and Paulina A. Horton, and that plaintiff's said
cluims and demands may be decreed to have
priority over tlie claim of each of said non-resident
You are required to answer said ietttion on
or before the 27ih day of October. A. D. 1K73, or
default w ill be taken against each of you upon
H. C. BIGKIX3W.
bv Chapman & Maxw ell,
A CORDIAL INVITATION.
Messrs. Hurst & Gace extend their compli
ments to the public, aud invite every one to use
DiuL. Hurst's Anti-DygpeptitM
" and Liver Fills.
For tlie cure of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
Long experience li:w proved them to be the
safest, sorest, aiid best Pills in use, for the va
rious t'iioi-s diseases that prevail so extensive
ly, ll. aua.-ac, iiidiuestion, loss of apiH-tite,
pi'ldiuess. dimness ot sieht, sleepiness and th
whole train of disorders usually termed billions,
will be cured bv these pills if 'taken according
to directions lriee 25 cents.
Dr. rinrst's Vinegar Cii:k1i Cure has been
used iu private and" hospTtal practice for many
years, and is pronounced 'by all who have tried
it the best remedy ever oEered to the public for
t he cure of
Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Whooping Cough, Croup,
and all ili-ases of the pulmonary organs, bein
composed of well-known medical herbs, it will
strengthen the system, purify the blood, and
WANTED! WANTED! WANTED!
A ease, of Rheumatism. P::lu iu the Hack or
Lumiiaira. Swollen Joints. Flesh Cuts, Sprains
and Bruises, Sore Shoulders. Scratches and Fis
tula in Horses that cannot be cured by Hi.rd's
Hurst's FamiTy Medicines for sale by Dr. C.
It. Chapman. Plattsmouth, Neb. ; 15. (. Hoover,
Louisville, Neb., and by dealers generally.
The only Udiable Gift Distribution
in the Country!
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
To be distributed in
Eb. IS. SIMES-'S
154th KEG IT LA II MONTHLY
To be drawn
Monday, November 24th 1873
ONE Gil AND CASH PKIZE OF
85,000 in Gold !
ONE GKAND CASIT PRIZE OF
85,000 in Silver !
Two Prizes,$l,000 each, in Greenbacks!
Six Prizes, S-jOO ea h, in Greenbacks!
Ten Prizes, 6100 eavh, in Greenbacks!
1,000 Gold and Silver Iver Htintiua Watches
(iu ;dlj worth from to 30o each.
Coin Silver Ve.t Chains. Solid and Double
Plated Silverware, Jewelry, &c.
JVumf-er tf GfU, NVVm. . JVo. of Tiehtl 73,000.
AGENTS WANTED to sell tickets, to whom
Liberal Premiums will le paid.
Single Tie7iebi$l. Six,$o. Twelve, $10
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de
scripticn of the m-iuitcrof drawinir. and other
i.nf'.riu..Ii(iii i-.i rfeivne to the Dislnbution.
will oe sent to any one ordering them. AM let
ters trust baddreeed to L. D. SrNE.
. urn 8 Otonw, Otrw:
GooO riswn mil OrCmmi dnj a rrery
body's hotu ta llattntioutb, U tha raid tt. by
J. F. Beaumeister.
Send in your ordan and I irfll try nd glre
and serve you reirnlarly.
FLOCK, COKN MEAL. FEED.
Always on hand, and for salo at lowest Caab
t y The Highest price paid for Wheat aad
Particular attention given to Custom work.
E. T. DUKE & CO.
At the foot of Main Street
Wholesale and Kctall Dealers 1
Hardware and Cutlery,
FOLKS. &o. &.
All klndt f
II. A. WATEH3IAN & SON
Wholesale and Retail I tellers In
Pine Ij u in b e r ,
Sasli, Hours, Dlinds, &c.
under Herald office. .
Luke Miskella, Proprietor
Try them and be satisfied.
CO TO TUB
Post Office Book Store.
EL J. STKEIGET, I"roprie
' Tor Tor
SvfijTilooks, ., &c.
POST OFFICE LEILDINQ.
NO YOU DONT ! !
Get any Goods cheaper, or a better article
than is kept at the Stor of
Jas, Olisbse & Co.
We are in receipt of Fresh Goods every week
from the East, whichare bought for Cash, and
w ill be sold iu any amount.
Grangcrs,keep youi eye on
We will not be undersold by
JAS. CLIZBE & CO.
Weeping Water July 1st, 1S73. t4-4t.
U. V. MATHEWS,
i Fourth gtreet, north of Platto Valley House.
Hardware and Cutlery,
Garden City Plows,
JlcCormick'n Reaper and Mower,
Buck Eye Reaper and Mower,
dtc Scc ttrc, d-c, tt
For the Garden,
For th Orchard,
SOLOMON a NATHLTT
Fanc7j)ry Goods, ltoticr,
Ladies Furnishing Good
Stock Id tue City.
Which w ar prepMrl tmTl r'TirT tlMfcs
tliey fin lie purcluisutl e4cftLero. vie UM I
aud examine our goodi.
l'!TSiitr on Main vl reef betw-n "Jl Bftd9ft
streets, I'lalismoiilli .Nebnisk. 1CLL
mi tier mttKt
I am now prepared to furnish the bott una
TWICE ITS FnYDAT
To oil parties notifying ma
THE GENUINE Pins'
THRESHERS ARB HORSE POWERS.
Theso superior Machines, with
out any rivals for capacity or
Quality of work, are oneredto
buyers this year with several
valuable improvements. De
orriptive Pamphlets will be fur
n;soed on application, and stock
wiil be held in St. Louis tor
moro convenient delivery. Par
ties i n Missouri, Kansas, South
ern I Uinois, Texas and tho Ter
ritorios will correspond with
Scmplo, Birge & Co.,
riaaaa nentlea la wUl pmcr
THE HOOSIER DRILL.
'I CONTAINS ALL THE LATENT ANO
5TJPATENTS. AND HAS MW POINT
OP EXCELLENCE 0FFERE0 BV NO OTHES
CniI-L. JT CHANGES FROM BilJLE TO
DOUBLE BANK IN8TANTLV A ' ' ! WHILE
IN MOTION. IT HAS A FX ::: Ft Ell
GRASS 8FED SOWER. A Nfvy t TI f
iE ARE PREPARED TO SHiP I M f CT 1
HARVTE,OAEi?.AL,T," WHl- V-
Parties orderlnj;, will pleua sarin Wtt ptyf ;nv.,.
they ed thUadertieenient.
SE3tI'IiF, SITtOE & CO
-t - uu tinw ioii nr ir.i i i VA II m m ir
W ABB bl i.tJlAl.Tl liS,
13 utfc Jlmln Street, St, Unit, JOm
FIRST NATIONAL BAN!
or FLATrsiiouTn, NBur.ir ..:..,
Tootle, Hanna & Clarh
b e I'lt siuc!
T. "W. Kvah,
Jon.v Ti. Cla itK.
TliU Hank li no'.v open for Vii!:im fit tfiufr
new room, comer Main and Mxlb ttrruU, uud
are prepared to truusacl a uucrui
Tr-.ff dr:m, nr.-iilaMe In any pnrt of tl
Vmi'-.I Si:iies :ind iu ;U1 lliO piiuclpid t?v'j
;.! t ilie.sof Europe.
FOR TTTT, CELEBRATEIJ
USUI AN LiJSE
A S'iLKIV LINE
I'i! -'.- i-liln'j: to lirijif; out their ftleBOd
from 1 can purcbaso ticket from u
throuli to l'lattsmouth
A Heavy Stock of Goods ca
No Rents and Interest on BorroumX
Capital to be made off L'wttomert.
OLDEST ESTABLISHED UQUS3
IN THE CITY.
North lde of Main between Second and Ttlf
streets, takes pleasure in uiiueuutiiij; to
FARMERS AND MECHANICS
That he has a larpe and well selected utock ot
Dry Gools, Oroeeries, IToviiioni, as were
brought to the City of ruttsiuouth.
rtr- I: will cost you nothing to lecfc t tem
whether you tuv or tiot. Ly eraii.uin; the
price at the "(flJJ KF.LI Ai.Lli jo-; w a tn
aii aeenM we wtir r.:r Tr? r ch
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