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for, 1 jtrimt fvcie evidence of l" ricNTlOJf AL
Ee-st rikjtom work f t Sherwood & Stailcl
Vior Merges has a large and well
'assorted stock of gloves, collars, cults,
Mannfaclnricg aiid repairing at Sherwood Si
The beHt ami finest boots are made at Merees
Shee Store. He received the premium at the
Imported beaver for overcoats and
cloaks, in stock, cheap at S. & G"s.
Go to Julius l'opprberg for good ci
gars, plug and fine cut tobacco. Eoril
lard & Co's. 29tf
Mr. Asa Core, of Glendale, has gone
to Virginia, lie will bo absent about
three weeks. Pleasant trip Mr. Core.
To allay a tickling cough, and to
render the voice clear, take "Forest Tar
The Tatent AVood Box Stove Polish
advertised in. auother colum is the
latest and best thing out in its line.
The new Machine Shops are progres
sing rapidly and are a great ornament
to the city. The outside is finished
and nainted and rn:ike3 a fine show.
Frank Stadter, our unapproachable
artist, has re-opencd bis studio in Stad
elmann'! building, and is prepared to
paint portraits from photographs or
sittings, in oil or crayon. Give him a
Maple Syrup at J. V. Weckbach's.
I -will pay more in cash or goods for
hides and furs than any other man.
3C2t A. W. White.
A few pairs Fill Blood Eerk
f Turk FiG5 for sale I u qui re at this
The best of fine French Ca!f Loot made at
.Jlerws shoe store. Retailing done nice and
Assortment of ladies' cloaks cheap
at S. &. (i's. 32tf
Tin; best and finest French Calf
Boots tlr.it can be made in town for
i??.oo. I received the first Premium at
the Fair and can make the best in the
market, I do repairing cheap and
2D-tf Peter HERGES.
'Sher.vo.vl St Ht:idli:iana keep the b-t. sell
the i'h t.;i.',st, and have tat" best variety of boots
j.nt shoes hi town. We :!! foicssii. anil there
fore can't bo uudvrsold. Sherwood & Stadel
iiKiuu. The Heuald is going off to spend
Thanksgiving. If they elect a Presi
dent whi'e we are gone, the patent
boss we leave here will tell. you all
We Avould call attention to the ad
of J. P. Young in another column. Mr.
Young has a fine assortment of toys
for the Holidays,' which he will dispose
of cheap for cash. His stock of confec
tionery is unexcelled m the west. lie
also ha on hand books of travel and
adventure, pjttry, etc., and all the
standard periodicals of the day.
The work of refitting the Methodist
Church is going on favorably. It was
intended to have it opened for service
on next .Sabbath, but delays will pre
vent. It is intended to have it readr
for occupancy on Sunday after ncxt,'of
which notice will be given next week.
New Orleans Molas.se
at J. V. Weckbach's.
I am ready to make contracts for ice
for the next season. Give me a call.
F. S. White.
Oar friend Chambers has just recov
ered from a severe attack, and is now
at his post ready to wait uion custom
ers with his usual affability. Harness,
Saddles, Bridles etc.. constantly on
hand, and for sali cheap at Martin's
Harness Shop. It
Country produce taken at the highest
market prices, at Schnasse & Gram
berg's in exchange for goods. tf
Sherwood & Stadelmann wi-h to inform the
Ladiits of Plattsmomli and vieinity that we have
commenced manufacturing Lu'lie fine hoes in
nil ft vie. Such as have never been made here,
before. We wi-di it thoroughly understood that
we do not end east for the tops, hut manufac
ture the upper ourselves, at the Centennial
Shoe Store, in nil the latest f;v.-hioiis. Congress,
Putton, Side Lace, Front Lace.
I would bo pleaded to inform the public in our
vicinity that 1 ha've a workman now that is ca
pable of uiakins; the finest, most tasty, and du
rable Ladies Shoes and (ieuiletnans' lioots in
the County, which urevents me from sending
east lor the tops as in former days. I received
the premium at the Fair for lil.s fine work and
neat design. 1 warrant fits and satisfaction.
xId. Herald: We were pleased t
notice that a lady had the courage to
acknowledge in print the satisfactory
manner the millinery branch $ repre
sented in Plattsmouth. We are the
more obliged to her, as it gives us an
opportunity to acknowledge merits
never before rewarded save with our
patronage. A few short years ago
PI ittsmouth had but few advantages
until this most enterprising establish
ment made its appearance, and to it
we owe much for the many chances it
has given us to gratify our natural de
sire for beauty and fashion, to consult
thh most experienced modistes as to
taste and style, and being of like grate
ful disposition we follow the lady's ex
ample in recommending to the fashion
world t lie well known establishment
f Solomon & Nathan and their skill
ful Ilaf trimmer, assuring them
through the medium of your Journal
pur patronage to the fullest extent.
M.vxv La dii:.
Go to Am. Lazenby's for tho bests
cent cigar in the market. J
L. P. Reed, agent for J. C. Ayer &
Co., Lowell Mass., aalled on us last
week. He is a lively chap and" gave
the Herald an advertisement for Dr.
Ayers celebrated medicines, which will
be found in another column.
Mr J. H. Tucker of Dresdon, called
on tho Hfkald yesterda)-.
A Tair of Bob Sleds
for sale cheap or to trade for wood.
Call oa James Pettee or at the Herald
office. -. :
There will be preaching in German
next Sunday, ia tho German School
House, at half past tenjn the forenoon,
by Rev. F. C. Schwartz. Sabbath School
commences at half past nine.
Silver Drip Syrup at Weckbach's.
For fancy cand'es and choice confec-
tionaries tor the holidays, go to A. W.
LYONS patent heel stlfTeuers. to prevent
boots frpm runnin;r over, to be jrot at Sherwood
& Stadelmann's Centennial Shoe Store.
Stadelmann has just got home that
is before elf ction. He voted. He also
bought a big stock of Winter Clothing.
He means Luaiuess.
This Clothing must be sold,
This Clothing will be sold,
It will be sold cheap,
It will be sold for cash.
Billy Stadelmann says so,
Billy Stadelmann does what he says.
Come and buy.
Come and look.
If you don't buy he'll make you feel
sorry you hav'nt the money anyway.
If you do buy you'll go home so hap
py you'll dance fishers' hornpipes for
two days. '
J. Schlater is receiving almost daily
goods for the Holidays. Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments,
Sti intra and Toys of every description.
Call and see him and find out what he
has got. 33-tf
Frames and Albums always on hand
at Frank Carruth's Photograph and
Jewelry place on Main St.
We call attention to the advertise
ment of Ben Hempel in this issue. He
has disposed of his stock of liquor and
refitted his place as a restaurant and
oyster saloon. Meals at all hours.
Oysters cooked in every style.
A person who was looking at a house
the other day said he couldn't afford to
pay so much rent. ""Well, look at the
neighborhood," replied the woman.
"You can borrow flat-irons next door,
flour and sugar on the cornar, and
there's a big pile of wood belonging to
the school house right across the alley.
IMek Cashing says folks raus'nt
borrow any more things 'round his
OUAIIA, Nov. 24, 1870.
The undersigned, being the largest
retailers of Boots nnd Shoes in the
West desire to call your attention to
the eas3 with which you can supply
yourself from their stock.
In sending orders, state'pi Ice, quali
ity and size desired, also whether wide
or narrow, as our shoes are made in
several widths. It cost3 but 10 cents
a pound to send shoes to any part of
the U. 8. W. 13. Lokixo & Co.
FALL IN DRESS GOODS.
Cashmeres, delaines and other .dress
goods at greatly reduced rates at
Schnasse & Graraberg's. tf
Juft received, a lanze stock of wool lined and
rubber Koods. Very cheap for cash. Sherwood
ft Stadelmann, Centennial Store.
Imported Beaver, for Ladies Cloaks,
very cheap at J. V. Weckbach's.
Uncle Billy Stadelmann says he's not
dead yet, but is prepared to compete
with the west in quantity' and quality
of clothing, which he will sell cheaper
than the cheapest. o-32t
Messrs. Strcight &Miller are running
a full team, turning off harness work
in quanluy. We were surprised to see
the amount of work thev are making
and selling. Good work and genial
manners will count. Give them a call
and thev will fit vou out to your satis
faction." " 30tf
Meeting called to order by Gen'l. E.
E. Cunningham being called to the
chair, Jos. A. Connor, secretary. Mov
ed by J. N. Wise, that a committee be
appointed by the chair, that said com
mittee ascertain the sense of this com
munity in reference to the organization
of a Literary Society and Circulation
Library, and report to adjourned meet
U. W. Wise, Joseph A. Conner.F. E.
Cunningham, Mrs. J. X. Wise, Mrs. J,
A. MacMurphy, Miss Eva Shelton.
All persons who are interested in
this movement are -requested to meet
next Friday at 7 o'clock sharp, at Ii.
Baxter Windham's office.
Miss Sweeney is in constant receipt
of fine millinery goods, and can supply
the finest feathers and trimmings of
all kinds in the market. We are the
only firm in the city that shape and
pres3 hats. Dressmaking done with
promptness and dispatch. Call aud
see our stock. SG-2t
The Country is safe ! A President is or
' will be elected, and Christmas is cora-
These being the facts, the undersign
ed take occasion to inform the ladies
of Plattsmouth and vicinity that they
have at last been prevailed upon to un
cover the fountain of fashion for this
season, which lias been carefully se
lected aud imported especially for them
and for the benefit of their patrons, and
the pleasure of art loving visitors, con
tained in an endless variety of Plumes
Flowers, Silks and nats trimmed by
the most skillful milliner in this coun
ty. A visit is respectfully solicited.
The mammoth display of the Millinery
department is sure to recompense the
art-loving populace from furthest parts
and as the prices are 50 per cent less
than anywhere elss no one need be
disappointed, as all cat bs suited.
Come on, come all, it will pay you to
Soi.omo; & Xattiax,
Philadelphia Store. .
Joseph Alexander Connor gets a fine
Tot' cr- grain' receipts' printed at the
L Herald oflicc this week; over 8,000,
which shows that Joseph means to do
a slashing business thi3 winter, as he
generally does. Ho is' now laying in
corn to feed the horses of the Russian
.Cavalry next summer, and expects a
big order from .Prince Bismark soon,
to help make Europe hop if there
comes another war there. ,
' Prof. Church delivered a sermon at
the Court Ilousa last Sunttay, Nov. SO,
to a full and attentive audience. He
took for the subject of his discourse
the 1'IIistory of Unitariani3ra In" liui
United States." Ho traced his subject,
through its various ramifications, from
the days of the Puritans, with their
narrow contracted ideas, until the pres
ent time with it3 liberal, broal-gaage
reasoning. The Prof, is a vary able
speaker, and held his audience unwea
ried for over an hour, presenting his
view on the subject in a plausible man
ner. The Centennial Shoe Store is the place for the
finest custom work in Cass county,; herwood
A nice line of cassimercs, merlnoes,.
poplins and delaines, all the latest col
ors at J. V. -Weckbach's.
Bed ticks filled with straw at 35c
each. Address box 334, Post Offiqe,
J. P. Young has - just received; and
will be receiving new toys for the hol
idays, such as Dolls, Rocking Horses,
Sleighs, Wagons, Trumpets, Carriages,
etc., etc. Also line stock of Writing
Desks, Paper, Envelopes, Pens, Books
and Confectionery. If you want any
thing in my line give me a call. It
I bought a largo job lot of
- and sell thein
BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES.
NOW IS YOUR TIME,
before they are all yone.
CALL AND SAVE MONEY.
Mr. Thatcher, an old grain buyer of
this town, and partner at present, of
Mr. Wm. Darrah, returned to his old
love (Plattsmouth) last, week and will
soon settle down among us again for
the winter. "Thatch" and Connor
used to make a lively team on a Sat
urday afternoon on Main street, but
since Connor has got married he has
become so good natured and pious that
"Thatch" says he can't get a "cuss" out
of him, and there's no fun left buying
grain any more. It it wasn t for Buly
Darn-.li heMJgo.back to Hastings at oru e.
We did hear that Connor had joined
the Church, and was going to preach
soon on the wickedness of ''corners
and sich." Thatch will do tho heavy
(bass) singing at Connor's revivals.
MONEY TO LOAX.
Money to loan on long tit.ie,' on hnnrovoj
farms in Cass :o., Neb. ufiiee over i W. Uctt
r.ian'p Store, Maia street. Neb. City.
25:i - li. H. & .1. a. MiLtni:.
FARMERS ATTENTION! :
Julius Pepperberg, Cigar Manufac
turer, on Main St., Plattsmouth, Xeb.
Cigar Clippings of Spanish and Ameri
can Tobaceocs for smoking purposes.
For Sale. Best qualities of pi ug-smok-;ng
tobucco always on hand. 20-tt'.
There will be a meeting of th Cas
County Agricultural Society at the of
fice of 1. J J. Windham, on Saturday
December lCth, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. The object of this meeting is to
make arrangements for re-I;asing the
present Fair Grounds, or changing the
locality to some more convenient place.
Every person holding a family ticket
is a member of the Society and can
vote it is expected that all the mem
bers will be present. AH persons hold
ing cIh'ihh against the Society,or.havng
matters which Ihey wish the Society
to act upon, will present them on the
occasion, all interest of vital import
ance will bo taken into consideration
at this time, so don't fail to come.
R. B. Windham, President.
Manufaeturini; and repairing In :.ll i branch
es.done with nodtne.-s. cheapness, an;! dispatch
end by first ela.sj workmen. Sherwood & Stad
elmann, Centennial shoe Store.
It may take several days to decide
the Presidential contest, and, possibly,
it may not be decided until Congress
meets., but., it has long been decided
that Leonard takes' the'" best photo
graphs in the West. Persons wanting
pictures taken for Christmas presents
will do well to call on him now during
the unusually fine weather and not put
it off till the last moment! 33 tf
Our enterprising merchants, E. G.
Dovey & Son, are with their usual ur
banity and promptness supplying their
customers with everything in the line
of dry goods and groceries, boots and
shoes, hardware and general merchan
dise. You can find everything you
want at their mammoth establishment
on the most liberal, terms. Sole agents
for ttndebaker wagon's. It
BOOTS AMI SHOES.
I have now on hand tho largest and
best assortment of all kinds of foot
wear that ever came to town, which
will e sold at a very small profit to
compare with the hard times. I got
at the Fair for the best assortment of
Boots and Shoes, and Boot and Shoe
leather; itlso for my own manufacture
of Boots. Call and try me before pur
chasing elsewhere. 1 will not be un
dersold. 2!-tf Peter Merges.
Tremendous Slaughter or Dry Goods,
Clothiiix, Baals, fchoes, Etc., Etc.
The limes are hard, the winter with
his iron grip is upon us. People must
be clothed and kept warm, so come to
the Philadelphia Store and suit your
self. Owing to the fact of the hard
times goods of all kinds have depreci
ated, and having availed ourselves of
the opportunity in buying for cash, we
offer now to our customers and pat
rons the whole advantage of low prices.
Come and examine our new stock of
Ladies' Cloaks and Dress Goods.
We also embrace in our offer of low
prices all goods suitable for Christmas
presents such as gold watches, chains,
and like articles which are not gold,
but look as well, all kinds of jewelry,
bracelets, rings, studs, sleeve buttons
with monograms, furs of all kind?,
shawl., woolen and silk,
3clienck's Puimomc Syrup for th cure of Con
- sumption, Cought and Colds.
The great virtue of tills medieino is that it
ripens the matter and throws it out of Ute sys
tern, purifies the blood, and thus eilects a cure.
SniRTfCK's Ski Wekt Tovtc. tor the
The Tonie produces a healthy action of the
stomach creating uu appetite, forming chyle,
and curing the most obstinate cases of indiges
tion. SCUEVCK'lS MaXDKAKK rn.LS, FOR THE
CVKTC OK LlVKR COMPLAINT, SC.
These Pills are alterative, ami produce a
healthy aetion of the liver, without the least
danger, as they are free from' calomel, aud yet
more etlieaeions in restoring a healthy action
of the liver. ...
. TUvs0 remedies arc a certain' cure for con
sumption,' as the .Pulmonic Syrup ripens the
matter mid purities the blood. Tne Mandrake
1'iils act upon the liver, create a healthy bile,
nnd remove all diseases of the liver, often a
cause of Consnmption. lite Sea Weed Tonic
gives tone ami strength to the stomach, makes
a good digestion, juiu enables tne organs to
lorni uood blood : and thus creates a healthy
circulation of healthy Mood. The combined
action of these medicines, as thus explained,
will ettre everv c ise of consumption, if taken in
lime, aud tlio"i:c of the medicines persevered
Dr. Sclienek Is professionally at his principal
office, corner Sixili and Arch Sts., Philadelphia,
every Mondav, where all letters for adyice must
Thanksgiving morning has opened
in the real old fashioned way, cool and
pleasant. - Services to be held in the
Presbyterian, and Episcopal Churches,
and it is hoped each will be filled with
congregations thankful for the benifi-
cent care of the Father of all mercies,
and that? many good resolutions will bo
made and kept by the good people of
this city, tending to a life of usefulness
fgr the future., Jurktys are being pre
pared, families gathering for : the fes
tive board looked for on each annual
return of the good old time honored
custom of Thanksgiving to the Father
of all mercies fur his goodness to us
all in the past year. To-night the
Brass Band give a Thanksgiving Party
at Fitzgerald Hall.' , Turn out and have
a good time. '
The December number of St. Nicho
las come to us enlarged and beautified
wonderfully. A new story commences
with tho number. There are other
beautiful and good things for children
o read, and old as the Herald edit or
is he reads them with as much pleasure
a3 anybody, and we consider this one
of the most valuable, best, and safest
children's Magazines published in the
United States, and we should like to
see it in the hands of all the young
folks in Cass County.
Plattsmouth", Nov. 23, 187G.
At the annual meeting of the Pio
neers Association of Cass County, the
meeting was called to order by the Pres
ident, and A. L. Child elected secreta
ry, 2ro Um. The reading of the min
utes of previous meeting was dispens
ed with, as the records were not pres
ent. The Committee appointed at a pre
vious meeting to reviss the Constitu
tion and By Laws reported progress
and ased further time, which wa3 grant
ed. The meeting then elected J. .A.
MacMurphy as Secretary, and Thomas
Thomns as Treasurer of the Association
for the ensuing year.
.On motion Thomas Thomas wa3 ap
pointed a committee of one lb take up,
either the badges of the Association or
the money received for them from the
several members of the Association
who have received the same for sale,
and report the same to the next meet
ing of the Association.
The meeting then adjourned to meet
at the Court House, Dec. 9th, at 2 p.
m. A. L. Child, Sec. pro tern.
SPECIAL , LOCALS.
A few City orders for sale.
A ood Piano to tra le for a team At Heeald
A faatidsome piano for sale cheap, or to let
Iaquire at the Herald office.
Fencing, Joist and Scantling, $20.00,
at Waterman's. 29tf
J. V. Weckbach will pay in cash or
goods the highest market price for any
amount of potatoes. 29tf
1,000 pounds of first class butter
wanted at highest market prices, at
tf Schnasse & Gramberg's.
Inhaling the hot vapois of Solution
of "Forest Tar" for Bronchitis and
Consumption, allays the cough, aids ex
pectoration, restores tne appetite and
In the whole history of medicine, no J
preparation has over periormea such
marvellous cures, or maintained so
wide a reputation, as Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, which is recognized as the
world's remedy for all diseases of the
throat and lungs. Its long-continued
series of wonderful cures in all cli
mates has made it universally known
as a sate and reliable agent to employ.
Against ordinary colds, which are the
forerunners of more serious disorders,
it acts speedily and surely, always re
lieving suffering, and often- saving
life. TheJ protection it affords, by its
timely use in the throat and lung dis
orders of children, makes it an invalu
able remedy to be kept always on hand
in every home. No person can afford
to he without it, and those who have
once used it never will. From their
knowledge of its composition and
effects, Physicians use the, Cherry Pec
toral extensively in their practice, and
Clergymen recommend if It is abso
lutely certain in its remedial effects,
and will always cure when cures are
possible. For sale by a.l Dealers.
Our enterprising clothier, Billy
Stadelmann. has returned from tlie
east with an immense stock of Cloth
ing and Gents ' Furnishing Goods,
which he will sell at lower prices than
ever were offered in this citv. 28tf
There is every prospect to believe
that the grasshoppers will not do much
damage in the spring, and Leonard stlil
takes the best pictures in the West.
Go to him now and have your photo
graphs taken for a Christmas gift for
vour friends. ... 33-tf
A good, live, active Agent for Or
gans and Pianos, for Cass Co. We will
offer belter terms" and inducements
than any other wholesale music dealer
in the U. S.. Apply to Prescott &
Hill, Columbus, Nebraska.
Somebody that owes us to haul a
load of wood.
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And always keep on band
BUTTON AND SIDE-LACE; FOR
, DIES. SEWED FRENCH CALF-SKIN ROOTS, and in act
one of the most complete assortment in the country for the ,
Como and be Convinced.
flPOT A PT TO HAPPY" KEL1 KP to V OUUg
UliOiii VjijiO jieu from the effects of Errors
' and abuses in early life. Man
Yt) hood restored. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New
Tf udduhp method of treatment New
ItlArtrClAtilli-nnd remarkable remedies.
Books and circulars sent free in sealed envel
opes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 419
IS. Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. An Institution
having a high reputation for honorable conduct
and professional skill. ltfly
TEA CIIERS EJTAMINA TIONS.
Notice is hereby given that I w ill examine aU
persons who may offer themselves as candi
dates for teachers of the common schools of
this county, at mv oilicein the twn of Weeping
Water, on the lastFrid.iv and Saturday of each
and every mouth, cominencing at 10 o'clock
Dated this Stli day of January, A. D. 1RTG.
a. B. CRIPPEX.
4?tf Co. Rnp't of Pub. Snst ruction.
Also at the Couit House, in Plattsmouth, on
the first Friday and Saturday of each month.
U.K. CKIPPEN. '
EST RAY NOTICE.
T:Lken?'ir Lv the Hubscribcr. on the 2tith day
of October lai-.t. Tii ponief, one clear black
mare supposed to be. c or 7 years old, the other
a grav or rather white, up"ioed to be 7 or 8
years' ,'old. The owner is requested to prove
property, pavcharge and take them away. Da
ted Nov. liitu lsTti, Tipton precinct, or town 10,
range ;), Cus county, Nebraska.
Jj- 0t ASI'KEW SfKOAL.
STOYESIPOLISmsl AND C1II1INCYS
Charley Brown still continues in'tthe
ohllwsiness of blacking stoves, clean
ing'chimneys, &c, and gives good sat
isfaction wherever he goes. Terms,
fifty cents per stove, and for chimneys
fifty cents per Hue. 32-if
BRING IT IN.
Some wood, corn or potatoes will be
taken on subscription at this office.
A new American and a new Wilson
for sale at the Herald OUice.
A -farm of 120 acres, partly cultivated, can be
bought on 4 vears' time. No payment required
dow n. Apply to R. B. Windham.
A few more of those celebrated Po
land.China pigs for sale by Clark and
Ilyefs, six miles southwest of . Weep
ing Water, Cass Co. Neb. C2-2m
I received the first premium for the
best assortment of Boots and Shoes,
the best assortment of Boot and Shoe
leather, and Home Made 'Boots. I do
manufacturing cheaply and promptly.
29-tf . Peter-Merges. .
Always on hand, a full supply of glove kid,
pateut leather. French and Spanish morocco, of
KUl'i ior quality. To be got only at Sherwood
I RECEIVED THE PREMIUM
for the finest exhibition of leather at the Fair,
consist tng of Congress and Aligator skins. Mo
rocco, and the finest French Kid, Patent Leath
er, and French Calf-skins, and I always keep
them on hand to manufacture -into Ladies
Shoes. Button or Lace, and Gents' Boots and
Shoes in the most complete and artistic man
ner. 3G Peter Merges.
The Centaur Liniments have cre
ated a revolution in remedies for Rheumatism,
Strains, Swellvgs. Pains, Burns, Scalds, Stings,
&e. The Whitb '-influent is for the human fam
ily, andthe Yellow Liniment is" for horses. They
are certain, handy juul ehen-p. -
Castoria is certain t0 operate, it
does not nauseate or gripe like Cantor Oil. but
is pleasant to take, digests tho food, regulates
the bowels, cures wind colic, expels worms, and
causes natural sleep. It 's equally ndapted to
adults and infants. It contains neither Mineral.
Morphine nor Alcohol. Children Teething mav
h ive he Uth, nd mothers find rest, if they , use
Catoria. ' - - 25-13t.
Mrs. I. Elstrr indIiss Nellie Short have gone
Into the dressmakint; business, and would be
pleased to have those in want of work in their
line to call and seethem at the residence oT Mrs.
Elster, one door west of the. Saunders
House. .Satisfaction guaranteed nnd. charges
ii"dcrate. . - . 7-tf
Summer as "-well as winter has its
changes, and sufferers of lung," throat
ant-diest diseases should always be
on their guards Dr. Greens Expector
ant will relieve Coughs and all irrita
tion and prevent Consumption and
Typhoid Fever. . .. .
. i - MURDER WILL OUT.
A few years ago '"August Flower" was
discovered to be a certain cure for Dys
pepsia an l Liver complaint, a few thin
Dispeptics made known to their friends
how easily and quickly ihey had been
cured by its use. The great merits of
GaEENVArorsT Flower - became
heralded through country by one suffer
er to another, until without advertis
ing, it3 sale has become immense. Drug
gists in EVERY TOWN in the United
States areselling it. No person suffer
ing with Sour Stomach. Sick Headache,
Costiveness, Palpitation of the Heart,
indigestion, low spirits, eet, can take
three doses without relief. Go to your
Druggists Chapman & Glas nnd get
a bottle for 75 cents and try it' Sam
ple bottles 10 cents.
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jJSTlD RTJBBBB G-CODS. .
I received the Premiutn for the largest fn1 best assortment of ,j . '
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AND THE BEST AND FIN EST OF . -: . - : - '
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the best of all grades of -
CHILDREN, MISSES AND LA-
No trouble to show Goods.
LEGAL ': NOTICES.
: Sheriff's Sale.
By virtue of an order of Sale, issued by C. P.
Moore, (Ivy J. W. Jenninc. his Deputy.) Clerk
of the Di ' "itt Court, within and fcr Cas Coun
ty. Nebraska, and to me lirected, I will on the
30ta day of December. A. D. I87t. at 11 o'clock
a. ni.of said day, at the south door of the Court
House, in th" ity of I'lattsnieutli.iri said Coun
ty, sell at t'Ublie miction the following real es
tate, to-wit : The south half of the north
wefd quarter (n !) o section number ten (10)
township number eleven (11) north of range
number ten (10) east of cth 1. M.. in Caus Coun
ty. Nebraska. The same being levied upon and
taken as the . roperty of Joseph O. Sharp and
Amanda J. Sharp, defendants; to satisfy a
judgment of said Court, recovered by E. A. Vlg
Plattsmouth, N. b., Nov.es, A. D. l?rn.
3'.i'.5 M. B. Cctlkk. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Sale. ;
By virtue of pn execution issued by C. P.
Moore. Cleik oi the District Court, (by J. V.
Jennings his Deputy.) within aud for Cass
County, Nebraska, and to me directed, I will on
tho3oth clay of December, A. D. 187J, at 10
o'clock a. in., of said day, at the south" door of
the Court House, ih the City of Plalttmiouth, tu
said County, sell at public auction the following
real estate," to-wit : Twelve (12) acres more or
Jos of lot two (2) in section twelve (12) in town
twelve (12) north range eleven (11) east of the
(th p. m.. in Cass Countv. Nebraska, being all
of said lot two (2) excepting two 2) neres off of
the west side and ten m) acres oil ot the east
side, and that portion occupied by the Burling
ton & Missouri River Railroad Company in Ne
braska, with appurtenances. And ulso the
south-east quarter (seM) of the south-east
quarter (se1.;) of the south-east quarter se)
of section twelve (12) town (l2uortl range elev
en (11) east of tith P. M., in Cats County, Nebras
ka, containing ten (10) acres more or h-ss . The
same being levied upon and taken as the prop
erty of W. E. Fletcher, defendant, to satisfy a
Judgment of said Court, recovered by the Iowa
Coal Company, --plaintiff.
t Plattsmouth, Neb., November 29th. A. D. If 7C.
S'Jt3 M. B. Cutleh, Sheriff.
Bv virtue of an order of sale issued by Wm.
II. Newell, County Judge, within and for Cass
countv. Nebraska, and to me directed, I will
on the llth day of December, A. D l7u, at 11
o'clock . in., of said day, at. the South Door
of the Court House in theity of Plattsmouth,
ia said Co., se 1 at public au tion the following
estate to-wit : One grey horse, six years old ;
one grey mare, six years old; one set double
harness for two horses ;one spring wagon ; one
lot of tin ; one lot of sheet iron ; one lot of tea
The name being levied unon and taken as the
property of J. J. Boos nmfGeorge Boos, defen
dants ; to satisfy a judgment of -said Court, re
covered by J. M. Phillips, plaintiil.
Plattsmouth, Nov. :wih, is7t;. - ,
3Ct5 M. li. Cl'TLEK, Sheriff. '
" Sheriff's Sale. r
Bv virtue of two execution?, issued by Wm.
A. Sharrar, (v A. D. Burr his deputy). Clerk -f
the District Court. 2d Judicial District, w ithin
and for Lancaster Countv, Nebra ka. and to me
directed, I will on the 2-id day of December, A.
1). 170. at one a 'chick p. m., of xaid day, at the
rout ii door of the Court House, in the City of
Plattsmouth, in Cas County, sell at public auc
tion, the following real estate, to-wit : The ea.' t
half (cvtl of the uorth-east quarter (neJ) of Bec
tion nineteen (l'.t) in town twelve (12) north
range fourteen east (l-tej of the 6 p. nl. in Caos
County, Nebraska. The name being levied up
on and taken as the proiterty of James D. Mint-hall,
defendant ; to satisfy two judgments of
Haul Court, recovered by Robert E. Moore,
Platteniouth, Neb., Nov. 21-t. A. D. lf76.
30t5 M. B. CUTLF.n, Sheriff.
SEND IN YOUR JOB WORK.
Tosters Bill-Heads, Lettei-JIeads,
Envelopes, Pamphlets and Cards print
ed at this office. All work expedi
tiously and neatly executed.
THY A BOX OF THIS AND
VOU VILIi USE NO OTHER.
; Better you call oa dot
HFS THE MAN,
KEEPS AN EATING HOUSE.
- -ON LOWER MAIN STREET,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - - - NEB.
Meals at all Hours.
40-yl B. HE II PEL, Prop.
Centennial Meat Market.
German Sausage Factory!
Mm oV rm titi ii i it ifn noT
GEO. FICKLER tf- THUMUGEL
have again opened out with anew, wholesome,
On Main St., south side, a doors east of Par
tner's Livery Stable.
IliKitt .1- llib.
Chicken Jt (MU,
Miit for Money !
2'Al All the (ItiiecCiue and ee!
T M J
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LENIIOFF & ENGHLERT,
Morning Dew Saloon !
One door east of the Saunders House. We
keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
ssrnO Constantly on Hand. '
I keep eontanUy on hand -,
Best's Milwaukee IJecr,
which can be had at no other
PLACE IN THE CITY.
Also the best of
. WIXES, LIQUORS, -1JVZ) CIQARS.
33m3 IM. ItOHenlmuiri.
C. L. MUETZE,
CUSTOM BOOT f- SHOE MAKER!
I make fine sewed ;
French Calf Uoots.
Fine French Calf Pegged Boots $8.00.
' Kepaiilng done neatly, and w ith dlf patch.
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BEST FARIV1ING LANDS
' PXJR SALE BY
Great Advantages to Buyers
Ten Years Credit at 6 per cent Interest.
Six 'Years Credit at 6 per cent Interest,
and lOper cent Discount.
Otlier Liberal IHsironnts Vmr 'ah,
Itebate. cn 1'arpn and KrelcbtH,
and lkreznlomM tor Irnpme
meati1, The Iowa and Xcliraxka Farmer, containing
full particulars, will be mailed free to any part
of the world on application to
LAND :OMMlSSIOXEK. li. ft M. R. K.
loyl LixtoL.v, Nekkaska
ST1IE10IIT & MILLER,
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly on
Remember tlie place, oiipo Ite E. G. Dovey's
on Lower Main Street.
2Uly , STREIGHT & MILLER.
W D. JOKES'
NEW LIVERY ST A RLE,
Tke eld P.OXXEK STAPLES in Plattsmouth
Neb., have just been lea-seil by Dr. Jones, and
he will open a new and handso-.ne livery on and
after this date. The finest ami best f horses
and carriages always ready to let.
SADDLE HORSES CHEAP.
Horses kept for Sale
or to Trade.
HORSES TRAINED AXI) BROKE.
I desire to give notice that I have a large,
handsome brick barn, with plenty of room for
horses and wagons. J can put farmers stock
an I wajrons, loads of gram or anything all un-
lr ottvfr iv tluiliV. hit-!.oiiti.i- ihic
Thaukinir all my oK patrons fir their many
favors. I solicit their trade in the new place,
satisfied I can aeeommodate them better and do
better 1y them than ever before.' 3-vl.'
s -r ' 'j. in w
p mill til
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