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B. & M. II. R.JTime Table.
Corrected Sunday, April 1st, lttTi.
I'Oil OMAHA Fi;ijj PLATTSMOl'TII.
Leaves 5 .y, a. AlT, ves u ,
rnM omaha rou plattsmouth.
Leaves 9 :0" a. in. Arrives 10 :" . in
" U :0U J. in. 7 :4j m'
I'tJIi THE WKST.
Leaves Plattsinouth ( Ho :i. m. Arrives Lin
coln, lj p. in. ; Ariivt-i Kearney, 8 :ju p. m.
i're'-ht leaves 7 :it a. m. Ar. Lincoln 12 :25r.in.
1'IIOM THE WEST.
I'avs Kearney. 6 :I0 a. in. Leaves Lincoln
I2:l0p. in.- Arrives Plattsiuouth. 3 :15 p. m '
rivi.;!it leaves Lincoln n u. ,. Arrives
I lattsmouth, -1 :lj p. in.
COINU EAST. "
llv IH iv-.s. fi -l.". ! in
Passenger, (.train e;ie';l tiny) 3 :T,n . in.. except
Naim-.lay. Lv.-ry totid Sidurdav a train con
nects ;;t the usual time.
KP.IVAL AM I HIAKTL'1JE OF PLATTS
KASTK1SX, XOIITII ti SOUTH KKX
A ; .;v. :,t - 0 10 l rn I 1,1 '':,l t s,t - r' a- ln---i.ix-.il
I ..... 3:oii. in.
OMAHA VIA R. He M.
Arrive at 10 UiO a. in. I I.epart at - 2 :15 l. lu.
WKSTKItN VIA H. & M.
Arrive at - 3 :13 i. in. Depart at - 0 :00 a. in.
Aniveat 12 :i in. lcpart at - 2:00 p.m.
i:u k r.r.i ri s & iniox mii.i.s.
Arrive al 1 :o in. i Depart at - 1 :00 p. m.
J. V. MARSHALL. P. M.
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f- r. is iiim i fatsic ewdence. of I.N TKXTki.v.M.
Call and See new j;oods at Flummot's
Quite a number of our citizens
wont with the excursion io Lincoln
The nic?st line of I jx.l'apetci ies, at
lr. CliHpinan'ii Sc Glas.
-Lawivneo Smith, of ll-ck IJiuITs,
talks of leaving u.s s-:rn. for pastures
i.t-w and Is sj rrcen.
.T. V. V"t i'.A :u l lias :m immense
:-'"ck .1" Fall and Winter Dry ai d
F.iiiiry j.i-id.s ;;::1 Gnu'eries of all kin Is.
F t: ;.. -:s and Il.tu.-ckfept-rs jrie tin m
a rail for anything in the line of G.'ii
e;al nicrc'.iandise. t f.
II. -n Ilemple can bt; foun 1 at Frank
Gulls, n mil's all the time, by his old
fib :.li and aciuaittUnee5. flood boy,
;ain.s in Cloth i NT. at
C. G. IIe:;o:.d's.
Master Goo. Donovan biings in a
carious spechn'in of lizard, about six
it h. s long, a dark green, speckled with
white, which was captured in thebase
inenL aft,'-'!" last Tuesday's storm.
Fatt-nt hats at Mrs. Johnson and
S vo:n-v"s. 27-V2
Dr. Livingstone is building a neat
1 1 1 1 1 conservatory on the south si le of
Jiis luM'.si' and we expect to see its con
tents blossom and thrive most beauti
fully v.ii'U cold weather comes.
LatpVc fall styles in M-illinery at
dohi. son and Miss Sweeney's.
The services at St. Luke's Episco
pal church, last Sunday, the celebra
tion of the Harvest Home Festival
were very interesting and largely at
ten led. The church was handsomely
decorated with fruits, flowers, vegeta
bles, vines, uc.
Hkmlmbek tlie P. O. Xews Deiot is
the place where you can get School
Hooks, Noiseless Pencil holding Slates,
Hook States, &e.
Charles Ilorasky aged 22, had the
toes of his right foot run over by the
wheels of the tender on Tom Mur
phy's train. lie had volunteered to
do brakemen's service in place of Frank
Erndst who was called to attend the
djath bed of a sister at Hamburg. Jo
va. Mrs. Johnson and Miss Sweeney
have on hand and coming a handsome
asscvt n cut of
consisting of feathers, llowirs, ribbons
-diks and a number of handsome Pai
eiiillats. Call ami see them. Tt2
Wm. Stadelm inn left for the east,
last week, to buy goods for his two
-tores, in Plattsmouth and Juniata.
- access to William. He will do busi
t.ess whether or no, and is a liberal
: ucrous man to deal with.
Messrs. E. G. Dovey & Son have a
tie stock of mens" kip boots, also a
; i. ge assortment of ladies side lace,
hisses and childivns shoes, in great
v irietv, for pale at bottom prices. Give
t: -m a call for anything in the line of
. ral merchandise, at their new store
-. ar head of Main St., south side. 27tf.
; irry Po'dnsoii's minstifds ierforni
a very fair hou .n Tuesday even
i.,g considering the rain -storm which
.is vers" s?vere, and prevented proba
? Ay a crowded house. The perfor
mance was very creditable, the band an
-c.dlent one, the clog dancing and
. :iiti other feaUues good-
Deilieatiou or the Nov, Catholic Church
will laks place oa tl.c 14th of October.
I the llight ilevereiid James O'Connor
olnciatine;, assisted l.y a number of
Clergymen. Exercises will commence
at 10:30 precisely. Sermon by the lie v.
AVm. Francis Fitzgerald, pastor of St.
Johns, Lawrence, Kansas. The llish
op will lecture at Fitz-erald Hall in
the evening; subject, '-The Greek
Church." Admittance to lecture SI.
All persons interested will take no
tice that Leesly & Thompson have ta
ken full charge and control of the City
Herd, and a'.l persons are warned not
to pay herding bills to any person ex
September 2Cl'i, 1377.
It Li:i:sli:v & Thompson.
Mr. June Black presented us with
a sweet potatoe last evening, which
weighs 9 lbs., and is a fair beauty to
look upon. This is the largest " tater"
the Herald ever took in, and was rais
ed by Hob't Elack, in tlie Dr s. garden
on the hill. If anybody can beat it
fetch them along, for we will lift any
potatoe that is brought us, or break
our back trying.
Lord lards Plug Tobacco, Diamond
Crown and Eureka Fine cut.our Fritz,
Genuine Durham and Kiliikinich smok
ing Tobacco at the P. O. Xews Depot.
"We would call attention to the ad.
of Seybolt Eros, farm for sale in this
paper. This is a splendid opportunity
for any fine wish'ng a Xo. 1 slock
farm, or it might be divided up and
make two or three excellent small
Ilestaurant at the foot of Main St.,
opposite the II. II. Depot. Meals at all
POSITIVELY OXTS XIOIITOXLY.
"Wednesday Oct. Cd. Doors open at
7, commence at S o'clock.
Sylvester Eleeker - - Manager
The Great Original and llenowned
GEX. TOM THUMB AXD "WIFE,
Together with the Infinitesimal
MISS MINN IE WAR HEX,
And the Skatorial Phenomenon, and
Com ie Genius
"Will appear in a variet of ne w and
fascinating performances, consisting of
Songs, Duets, Dances, Dialogues, Comic
Acts, and Laughable Sketches, replete
with Sentiment, Fun and Frolic.
To exhibit their great versatility of
ta'ent, they will appear in a new and
original piece, entitled
THE MioCIILKVOUS monkey!
Everywhere received with Uproarous
and Convulsive Laughter! At each
entertainment th? Ladies will wear
several new na 1 elegant Costumes,
ritanioceut Diamonds, &c.
Admission only C cents. Children
under 10 years 15 cents, llcserved
seats, 5) cents, Children under It)
years, to Eeserve 1 Seats, 25 cents.
Geo. Peck, Agent.
Tom Thotab next Wednesday Ev
ening. Horrible! 'lorcstroiis!
Peter Merges tlie exclusive Hoot &
Shoe Dealer sells foot wear monstrous
cheap. 27-1 1
61.50 for fine calf boots made to or
der at M-rge ;' Shoe factory. 27tl
We se-J by tlie papers ("that is tir,'
Xes. Heuvld) that Gen. Tom Tliomb
is to be hro on nsxt Wednesday. The
General is a groat traveler, a grea.t
curiosity, and the troupe of people he
brings with him of big an 1 littlo folks
is worth seeing by every one.
Dr. Chapman just received a fine
sett of Silver Ware from the Dr.Fitler
Medicine Mfg., Co.. as a present the
Company have got up to stimulate
their agents in the sale of their medi
cines, noticed in another column. The
ware is pronounced first rate and the
Doctor concludes they are a sample of
the Company's Medicines. 27tl
Trip Notes Continued.
Wo paid the Tefft farm at Avoca a
visit a few days since. Found the old
gentleman and Jds son looking after
some line steers they had just got in
to feed the coming Winter. Their ar
rangements for the purpose are com
plete. Large Stock Yards with a fine
s"pring creek running through them
with stona bottom that can le crossed
at any point. They have in addition
to about 10 head of steers which they
will fa, upwards of 100 head of cows,
calves, young stock and hogs in quan
tity. Among the rest was thorough
bred short horn bull, 1 year old in July,
that we saw weighed, turning the scales
at U42 pounds. Mr. TelTt brought him
from the celebrated herd of Hon. J no.
Wcntworth, of Illinois, the finest calf
we have seen in the State Mr. Tefft
also brought a thoroughbred cow with
with him, that weighed 1,500 lls on
grass. The TelTt home farm of four
hundred anil eighty acres is complete in
many respects splendidly watered in
various places with line spring-, good
body of timber and a quantity of land
that is unequaled in this portion of
the state. They have a line young or
chard of many hundred trees, looking
splendidly. Large anl convenient
Dwelling House -and Grounds. The
former can be seen many miles in all
directions. They also have another
farm of -IS J acres 2 miles west, on
which is a hug-; orchard, from which
over 1 ,00) bushels of apples were taken
"We spent 21 hours at their farm and
take this opportunity to express our
warmest thanks for the kind hospital
ity of Mr Tefft and his go d lady who
exerted themselves to make our stay
pleasant iih complete v:c??s.
Mr. Gibson, the milk man has a.
number of Stands of IJees for sale,
suae Very fine Itallians among them.
! The IIlp.alu had the pleasure of tast
j ing Mr. Gibson's honey and it is Xo. 1.
J. V. "Weckbaeh says he's healed oil
salt in quantity, quality and price.
Will not be undersold. 27tf
A letter from Mr. Emery Hull to his
father, states that he was accidentally
shot, on tha 23d of August, near the
Big Horn Mountains. Mr. Hull was
standing on the o.T side of the front
wheel, holding it while the horses
rested. A comrade came up to help
hold the hind wheel, and threw his ri
fle carelessly across tlie load; the ham
mer caught on a dry goods box and
was discharged, the ball taking effect
in Mr. Hull's groin. The ball remain
ing in his p3ison, ha was taken back
to Fort lt?no, and at the writing of the
letter lay there, waiting for a surgeon
to cut it out.
Mr. C. II. Dakin, of Decatur, spent
Sunday with the Heuald folks.
Doc Jones is slowly getting over his
rheumatism, and will soon be able to
take a foot race or walking match with
the best of them.
Adam Kaufenberger, an old friend
of the Herald, leaves for Oberkinsig,
Hesse-darmstadt, in Germany, this
coming week, for a 3 or -1 months stay.
Senator Paddock returned home on
Tuesday last. Mrs. Paddock remains
east for the present, under medical
care, having been seriously ill for some
Mr. Henry Kirkham, one of the old
settlers of Plattsmouth, and one of the
best working and straightforward men
we have ever had, called at the Her
ald Office Monday.
Among the many who went .up to
thi Stafe Fair we noticed Mrs. D. II.
Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cutler,
Mrs. S. F. Cooper, Mr. L. A. Moore, and
Mr. Frank Stadter. Mr. Moore took
up a handsome collection of cut flowers
and Mr. Stadter some fine specimens of
St at 3 Fair.
The State Fair is in full operation.
The Editor of this pap-r left the Fail
Grounds yesterday afternoon as the
big Balloon was preparing to ascend.
The display of stock is very fine and
larger than in several years before.
Among the very fine herds of cattle
are those of the Hon. Thos. Cavanagh
Secretary of State in Kansas, who has
10 herd of
a new breed of cattle in this region.
They are be.f cattle and rivals to the
Short Horns. Mr. C. claim j they are
an original and pure stock of their own
and we guess the Herd book records
will bear him out in that.
THE GALLOWAY J.
Black no horn fellows from the State
farm attract a goo I deal of attention
from tlrjir oddity, l ving coal black and
shaggy about the head with no horns.
Several line herds of Jersey c it tie
are on exhibition, a few ayer hires
from the Ktate farm an I numerous
grades. Mr. Da. feds, of Sarpy Co., has
an excellent herd of Durham 5.
Mr. Thoai i of this County, with his
Devon.-, makes a good display. They
are the o.dy Devcns on t!u grounds.
has a number of his best short horns
011 ctiibition and they comprise a very
fine herd, which we shall describe more
in detail at some future time.
Yesterday morning there were 3
short horn bulls iii the arena, wliicli
would le hard to beat anywhere.
Two of Mr. Fitzgerald's, Mr. Lyman's,
of Beatrice, and Mr. Daniel's, fine bull
were among t'ae number. "We left be
fore tlie premiums were awarded.
The wool growers of Xeb., present
at the Fair assembled in one of tlie
rooms of the Commercial. Mr. Foss
of Saline Co. was chosen President,
Jno. A. MaeMurphy Sect. There is
already an association of wool growers
called the southern Xebraska associa
tion of wool growers and sheep breed
ers and it was thought desirable by
many to make a state organization.
Mr. Stocking, Mr. Elliott, Mr. Caryand
others spoke of the sheep prospects of
Xeb., and the need of more good sheer,
better ways of handling the wool and
the general improvement of flocks.
All agreed that the state was a good
slate for sheep and in view of the dire
ful effects and losses of hogs by chol
era; behooved our farmers to turn
their attention to other branches of in
dustry as speedily as possible and not
depend on the hog alone.
There were 40t)0 entries on Tuesday
evening, Mr. Daniels big steer weigh
ing 4000 lbs., is one of the wonderful
sights of the fair.
Mr.jGavanagh's Hereford Bull, Brit
ton is three years old and weighs 222G
"Lady" the oldest cow received a
special notice from the English exam
iners at the Centenial last year.
Among the friends the IIekald were
introduced too, were Mr. Prime, Agri
cultural Editor of the Chicago Tribune
and son of Dr. Prime of tha Observer
Xew York. Also Mr. Kenyon of the
Inter Ocean, Chicago. Both gentlemen
are out here to see and tell what Xeb.,
is like and examine the exhibit of our
progress both at Lincoln and through
the state. They spoke very favorably
of their imppessions thus far.
O. K. SALOON.
I keep constantly on liaad
Host's 3Iilwnu2iee -Hccr.
which can be had at no other
PLACE IN THE CITY.
Also the le-.t of
irr.vrs. i.Kjvons. axd cwaix.
! SSi::6 Krt. It nlnj: i:t.
SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SIRUP.
ror. the i i aK ok rojiscMi-TKn, oi oiis
Tlie jrreat virtue of this medicine is that it
ripens the matter and throws it out of tlie sys
tem, jiiuif'es the blood, and thus ellects a cine.
Sciikm s's Sf.a Wf.i;i Toxic, i on thk CtttK
OF l)VSI'EISlA, lM)J:i'.STION, AC.
The Tonic, produce a healthy fiction of t!i
stomach, creating an nppeUle, forming chyle,
ami curing thtj most obstinate cases of Indiges
tion. SCllEXCR'H MANI.RAKK. 11 M.S. FOR THE ClKE
OF HVElt lllMl l.AI.NT, &C.
The-e pills ar alterative, nnd product? a
healthy action of the liver without the least
ilanirer. as they are free from calomel, and jet
more ellicaciotis iu restoring a healthy action of
These remedies are a certain cure for Con
h it in i ! toil as the pulmonic Syrup ripens the
mutter and purifies tlie Mood. The Mandrake
Tills act upon the liver, create a healthy iiile,
and remove aU diseases t the liver, often
cmise of Consumption. The Sea Weed Tonic
Rives tone and fdier.irth to the stomach, makes
a good digestion, and enaliles the organs to form
!'ood l-looj ; arid thus creates a heaithy circula
tion of healthy blood. Tlie combined iietioa of
these medicines, as thus explained, will cure
every case of Consumption, if taken in time,
am! the use of the medieii.es persevered in.
Ir. Scheiie!; is professionally at his princip-il
ofi'iee. corner Sixth iind Arch st?.. Philadelphia,
every Mondny, where all letters for advice must
he undressed. Schenck's medicines for sale by
all druL'L-ists. SjwI
Ilestaurant at the foot of Main
Street. Good warm meals and every
thing ever found at a "First Class Iles
taurant. Call and see for jourselves
on J. "W. Long l v.
Solomon & Xathan have received,
and are constantly in receipt of a splen
did stock of ladies pattern hats, trim
mings, flowers, feathers, plumes, plush,
and every variety of trimmings in the
millinery line, which they offer at pri
ces that cannot be beat west of the
Missouri Iliver. 27t2
Solomon & Xathan received the
FIRST Pit EM I I'M and a SILVER MEDAL
:or pattern hats, at the St. Joseph Ex
TO THfi AFPMCTF.I).
Act wisely, and at once procure the
following irondeiful YumUy Medicines,
DR. FlTLEit'.S ltllEL'MATIO liEMEDV
and Liver Pills, a positive, permanent
specilic for Xeuralgia, Bheumatism,
Sciatica, Lumbago, Gout, pain in Back,
Head, Heart, Lungs. Limbs, Xervous,
Blood and Chronic Dieseases. Dr. Fil
ler's Kidney Cordiil removes deposits
of Gravel. Albumen, Alcali Acids, re
tention of urine, high colored water,
and strengthens the Bladder and Kid
neys. Dr. Fitltr's Calisaya Tonu; for
debilitated constitutions, increases vig
or, strengthens the system, tones the
stomach, and increases appetite. A
pleasant substitute for Iron, which
constipates the bowels and destroys the
teeth. Ih: Fitltr's German Pectoral
for Lung Diseases, Bronchitis. Coughs
and Colds, a superior combination
which acts quickly and relieves rapid
ly. Your druggists, Chapman Tc Glass
are agents for Plattmouth. 20-yl
Slippers for .3 cts at Merges'. 27tf
I beg to inform the public that I
will return to my old business. Boots
and Shoes. Being a practical Boot
and Shoe man I know how to buy.
Stock will arrive about October 1st
and will be sold cheap and for cash on
ly. Xo trust, no losses, no extra prof
its. "Wait ami von will save monev.
ViVeping Water, Sept. 20. li, l7i.
20tf Jonx Marshall.
The Western Rural.
The Western Dura!, of Chicago, the
leading Agricultural and Family paper
of the West, has just issued a magnifi
cent Premium List, containing over
r.0o0 worth of prizes, to be given to
clnb-r tisers. Send t-n cents for Pre
mium List and outfit to
Tin: Westerx Rural
Perforated Mottoes, Gold and Silver
Mottoes and an endless variety of
card-boards at Dr. Chapman's & Glas.
Best, common lumber, joist, and
scantling only S20.00 p;r M., at Water
man and Son's Mammoth Lumber
Yard. 27 12
The whole of Rev. David Hart's
Household goods will be offered for
sale .during the next ten dav3. 27tf
School Books of all kinds, other
books in all styles. Wall papers in
endless varieties at Chapman's Sc Glas.
Best Shingles ever sold in 'this mar
ket only ."?3.(50 per M., at Waterman fc
Son's. ' 27-U
Oysters! Fresh Oysters !
Fine fresh oysters will be found at
F. S. Whites's every week during the
Season. . Also Celery every Saturday,
received fresh and crisp every Satur
day, by express. Call and get the
hang of tilings.
27tf F. S. White.
Finest line of Lamp Chimneys ever
opened in this town, lire proof. Drugs
of all kinds. Canary Seed by the acre
come and buy at Chapman's & Glas.
130,000 extra Star A Shingles just re
ceived at Waterman & Son's. 27t4
Ready made clothing, Boots and
Shoes cheap for cash at
27tl II. Hleold's.
All kinds of Lumber constantly com
ing and on hand at Waterman & Son's.
Roots and Shoes.
I have now the largest assortment
of the best and cheapest foot wear ev
er brought into Cass Countv.
27-1 1 Peter Merges.
Carload Port Byron Lime just re
ceived and for sale at $2.00 a bid, at
Waterman & Son's. 27-t4
Barrels of fresh cranberries for
sale cheap at
27tH - m J. V. Weckdacii's.
JI. Herold has opened out in tine
style. Xew Goods! Xew Goods! re
ceived daily. ' 27tl
will I be undersold in boots and shoes.
Call, try me and be convinced.
27H Peter Merges.
These nils are composed exclusively of ver
table ingredients, ami alihoiurh thev entiielv
supersede the u-e of Merc.n v.'do not leave any
of its injurious effrcts.
Act IMreclIy l'u ISie Uver,
and are a valuable remedy In all crises of de
lanyeiuent of that oriran. HioU IS 4adnche.
IiitiixeMtiou, and ail itilioust lUsunlTs,
ruiccomb to their free use. :iiwl
AGENTS ! Wr 150
tOIY-I'HICEI ami PAST-SELL1XG
AltE MOST COMPLETELY ISKI RESENTED IN OCR,
dtM COMItIATIO' I'RIIS.
IKt:i'l hv sample, panes, bindings, illustra
tions, etc. They are popular works of every
kind, and cure tuecc tor Canvassers. All act
ually v.'ishiH); eni)'lotimrnt. and no other, address
lioiinj SCAM.MELL & CO., ST. Lot IS, ilo.
An immense stock of Mens and Boys
clothing just received which will be
sold at Bed Hock Prices by
27t2 C. G. Herold's.
Try the Imported Key West Cigar.
Initial Point, and Eureka cigars at
the P. O. Xews Depot.
CASS COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AND ME
awarded to James Peltee, for the best
MASON" &. HAMLIN ORGANS.
Plattsmouth, Xeb., Sept. 7th, 1877.
D. II. "Wheeler, President.
J. 1'. Youno, Scc'y.
made to order at
JfEHGES' FACTORY. 20tf.
Xew cake pan, enquire at the Her
ald office. 24t.
Slippei-3 for C3 cts. at Merges'. 12tf
"Why will you smoke a poor cigar,
when you can get a good 10 cent cigar
for 5 cents at tho P. O. Xews Depot,
give them a trial and satisfy yourself.
The millinery department of Messrs.
Solomon & Xathan, is particularly full
and complete this season. Their con
nection with their wholesale house at
St. Joe gives them advantage over all
smaller dealers. They propose furnish
ing that class of goods in greater vari
ety, and at lower prices, than any
house on this side of the Missouri Riv
Bird Cages, Toys, Boys Express "Wag
ons, Carts, Musical instruments &c., at
the P. O. Xews Depot.
Julius Fepperberg, Cigar Manufac
turer, on Main St., Plattsmouth, Xeb.
Cigar Clippings of Spanish and Ameri
can Tobaccoes for smoking purposes.
For lis'a V. Best qualities of plug-smoking
tobacco always on hand. 20-tf.
NEW STYLE 240 MASON & HAMLIN OR
GAN. only SKIS. 27 months time without
interest. Correspondingly lower for
Roots and Slmes.
Call and examine the low down
lGif. prices at. Merges.
For sale, cheap, 1.10 Desirable build
ing lots in the city of Plattsmouth,
Title perfect. Taxes all paid up. Terms
easy. App'y to A. W. McLaughlin
Cashier 1st National Bank. 2otf
In the whole history of medicine, no
prepared ion has ever performed 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
st-ries 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. The 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. Xo person can afford
to be 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 it" It is abso
lutely certain in its remedial effects,
and will always cure when cuies are
possible. For sale by ad Dealers.
Xotice is hereby given that on the
r,th day of Xovember, A. D. 1877, at
the usual place of holding Elections in
Cass County in precinct, An
electijn will be held for the purpose
1 Judge of Supreme Court. 2 Re
gents of the University of Xebraska.
1 County C&rk. 1 County Treasurer.
1 County Judge. 1 Sheriff. 1 county
Commissioner, od or Western District.
1 County Superintendent of Public
Instruction. 1 Coroner. 1 County
Surveyor. 1 Assessor in each Precinct.
3 Justices of the Peace in each Pre
cinct. 2 Constables in each Precinct.
1 Supervisor in each Road District.
3 Judges of Election in each Precinct.
2 Clerks of election in each Precinct.
Also the question of Township Or
ganization will be submitted to the
people at the same time for adoption
or rejection ; w hich, said ballots shall
be of the following form:
"For Township Organization."
"Against Township Organization."
;-iWhieh Election will be opened
at 8 o'clock, a. m., and will continue
open until 0 o'clock p. in. of t'ae same
By order of the County Commission
ers, this Gth dav of September, A. D.
1877. " C. P. Moore,
Burlington ami Mi ssonri Iliver 11. R. in
BiTOX. 'Slavs.. St. I, 1S77.
A special ineeiini; of shareholders of ihis
company i.- hereby called, to meet at the ofliee
f the company in Plattsnioutli. Nebraska, on
Wednesday, the loth day of (leto'!T. at 10
o'clock, a. ih.. to consider and act U)mii the
leae of the Nebraska Kailwav hv this com
pany, and any other business v.hicli may legally
come before the meeting.
P.y order of the Roard of Directors.
-Ot:i John X. Dknison, Sec'y.
XOW READY FOR AGENTS !
The Great Strikes!
That timely new hook, hy Hon. .1. j D.n t s.
A completo liii-tory of the caii-es and tiinlliji?
ei cuts of the jrre.it railroad m.d labor war all
over the country. Finely Im.istkatki..
A(;e.TM 'A."Ti-:! everywhere. The
het clianee to make money ever offered. He
ware of interior works. Get .lie bet-t and lowest
M!6 tsTANDAIID ROOK HOUSE.
St. Loris.. ;.t-.
Asii kourseil luese Inieslion.
Are you a despondent sufferer from
Sick Headache, Habitual Costiveness,
Palpitation of the Heart? Have you
Dizziness of the head? Is your Xerv
ous System depressed jr Docs your
blood circulato badly? Have you a
cough? Lot Spirits? Coining up of
the food after Eating? &e., tlc. All
of these and much more are the di
rect results of Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, and Indigestion. Green's Au
gust Flower is now aeknowleged by
all Druggists to be a positive cure.
2,400,000 bottles were given away in the
U. S. through Druggists to tho people
as a trial. Two doses will satisfy any
person of its wonderful quality in cur
ing all forms of indigestion. Sample
bottles lOets. Regular size 75cts. Sold
positively bv all first-class Druggists in
the U. S. ' 11-tf-alt.
EXCELSIOR HARNESS SHOP,
J. G. CHAMBERS, TROP.
I have a full stock of
Harness and Trimmings, Collars,
Whits, and all the Fixings,
that I will sell at the lowest Cash
Prices and warrant satisfaction.
Come and Examine My Stock. t
2ot2 WILL NOT EE UNDERSOLD.
A Great Rargaiu.
I have a line 12 stop Mason & Ham
lin, organ on exhibition, for the balance
of this week, at Dr. Chapman's drug
store, that T will sell at a bargain the
finest reed instrument ever brought to
this county. With M. & IFs. new pat
ent action that takes the lead in im
provements in Reed Organs. Call and
see it. To see is to believe.
James Pettee, Agt.
Fine calf boots made to order for
Sewed boots for $0.00;
Men's Alexis buckled shoes ai.00;
Repairing and every thing in propor
tion at Merges. 12-tf
Slippers for sr, cts at Merges. 12lf
The grandest bargains ever known
in this town can be had for the next CO
days in clothing. Boots and shoes in
cluding a superb stock of ladies and
childrens shoes, which will be sold clear
nown for cash. Such bargains were
Cever known before, at Stadelman's
clothing emporium. 20tf
All nervous, exhausting, and painful diseases
speedily yield to the curative ii.lltieuces of i'ul
vermacher's Electric Belts aad Bands. They
are safe, simple, and effective, and can be easi
ly applied by the patient himself. Book, with
full particulars, mailed free. Address Pclvek
si.vciiiat Calnanic Co., Cincinnati. Ohio.
FARJf FOll SALE.
210 acres in section 3C,town twelve. ranc elev
en. 3 miles south-east of Louisville station, B. &
M. It. R. Cass County, Nebraska.
liO .4crcs 17isder Cultivation,
with house and barn, orchard and forest trees,
plenty of tpriu water. Will be sold iu 80 acre
tracts if desired. Enquire of Jos. Sehlater. jew
eler. Plattsmouth. Neb. UniG
Mason and Hamlin Organ was award
at the Cass County Agricultural Fair,
after an exhaustive examination by
four disinterested judges who were
unanimous in their decisions. The pi
ano Harp was particulatly admired,
combining as it does the Piano, Harp,
and Organ in oiie Instrument. Any
one wishiug information in regard to
any of the numerous styles, prices, &c,
can get it by applying to
James Pettee, Agt.,
Time and Season.
Best grades of all kinds of
ICtf for the warm davs at Mekoes'.
Wedding Bristol card board at the
Solomon Sc Xathan's millinery de
partment will be presided over by an
experienced trimmer, who will be ready
for business by the 1st of Oct. 27t2
In the estate of ltobert M. Latin, deceased.
Before W. I L Newell. County Judyc. in and
for Cass County, Nebraska.
To whom it may concern :
Notice is hereby riven that Anderson Root,
administrator of the estate of Robert M. Latta,
deceased, has made application for final settle
incut, and th:it said cause is set for hearing at
my olhce iu Plattsmouth. Neb., on the 12th dav
of October. 1K77, at one o'clock, p. m.. at which
time and place any person interested may be
present and examine said accounts.
Plattsineuth Neb., September 21st, 1877.
27i3 W m. ll. Newell, Co. Judge.
Bv v irtue of an execution issued by W. F. N.
llouser. Clerk of tlK" District Court, (2d Judi
cial District ... v it hiu and for fltoe county. Ne
braska, and to me directed. 1 'vill in the lr-t
day of October. A. D.. 177, at lo o'clock, a. i..
of said dav. at the south door of the Court
House, in "tlie city of Plattsmouth, in Cass
county, sell at Public Auction, tlie following
Personal Property, to-vtit: Due brown male.
Tlie same hemg levied upon and taken as the
property of James M. Wood, defendant : to
satisfy a judgment of said Court, recovered by
John II. Tomlin. phiintitf.
Plattsmouth, Ncbnifka. Sept.. l-o. A. D . 17T.
20 12 M. J J. Clti.eu, Sheriff.
Bv virtue of an execution issued by W. L.
WClls. clerk of the District Court. (2.1 Judicial
District), within and for Cass comity. Nebraska,
and to me directed, I will on the 1st dav or ( ic
tober, A. D., 177. at 2 o'clock. !. M..ol said day.
at I lie s Mile Grove Baptist Church, near Robert
.Meteer's. in said county, sell at Public Auction,
the following Personal Property, to-w it : One
IMiiivch House, known as the s Mile Grove Bap
tist Church, near Robert, Meteer's residence, in
Cass county. Nebraska. The Km bein levied
upon and taken as the property of Robert Me
t. er and B.N. B''rryman. Trustees s Mile
Grove Baptist. Church and the x Mile Grove
Baptist Church, defendants ; to satisfy a judg
ment of said Court, recovered b J. V. Lewis,
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, Sept. 20. A. TV. 177.
2';t2 AL B. CLTI.EK, Mieritf.
Sale of Common School I.anJ.
Notice is hereby fi?rrii that on Friday the 121k
day of October, 177, all the school Land in Cass
county remaining unsold, (except that which
has been leased I will b" o lie red at public ale to
the highest bidder, .it t he oliice ol the count y
Treasurer, of said county, said sale commenc
ing at l.i o'clock a. in., and continuing until all
oTsaid land has been otfereil. Full description
and appraised value of said land w ill be loiiud
ai the eountv Treasurer's ollice.
Dated at Lincoln, Nebra-ka, this 27th .day Of
Ati-Ust. A. D. 177.
Bv order of the Koaid of Educational Lands
and Funds. F. M. DAVIS,
2"t7 f oin'r. Pub. Lands and L'uiMinirs.
J. C. Cummins. County Treasurer. Agent.
Bv virtue f aa order of sale issued hv Win.
L. Wells. Clerk M" the District Conn. 2d ."lu.liei
stl District, within and for Ca-s count v, Nebras
ka, and to me ou ecled. I v ill on th 1st day of
October. A. D. ls,, at pi oViock. a. in., of Vaid
day. at the south door of the Court House, in
t lie t ity of i'lat tsiiiouth. in raid count v, sell at
public an -. i,.n the following real estate, to-wit :
J'he noil li east iu. li ter oir', of the imrtii east
tp.iarter uie'4i of section thirty-three ci.n tow n
eleven ill) north of lanae twelve Ui) t of the
ilh P. M. Tlie -ame leing lev.eil upon and ta
ken us the property of Cvnthia Barber and John
Gilinore. defendants ; to'sntlsfy n judgment of
s.vd Court, recovered by IL Hficiger. plaintiff.
PJr.tTsmoutit, Neb., An?.. 29. A. l. lfi.
2-;.- i. B. (tilf-b, sheriff.
LENJfOFF d JiONNS,
"Kuvnliv DeiV Saloon !
One door cast of the Saunders House. V.'t
keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
3.iim Constantly en Hand. -
Medical Spring !
S. El. B A XI STOW, liop.
The waters of this Spring have been
analyzed by Prop. Bode, of Milwau
kee, Analytical Chemist, and found to
contain tho same ingredients, substan
tially, that have rendered the Bethesda
and tllenn Springs so famous.
THESE WATERS CURE
DIABETES. KIDNEY AND
OF VARIOUS KINDS.
The J-are whipped nil over the 1'nitiMl
(State nml their reput ntion
RANKS AMONG THE REST
OF THESE STRINGS.
For further particulars apply to
S. II. HAKSTOW,
25inu WAUKESHA, WIS.
The pumps sold hy Mr. Gregorv throw water
many feet above the Saunders House, sis has
been demonstrated, and only one man to work
the lever. Mr. Gregory 1 ottering these
pumps in the mark et ai very low price. This
pump is acknowledged to be the best force pump
iu the world. It is strong and durable, no stone
jars and leather valves to net tint of order, and
pumps so easy that a child can work it. fine
will lie put up iu a public well on Main street
soon. Parties wishing pumps for deep or shal
low wells should examine this one before pur
chasing elsewhere. J. S. GKkoouv.
l.jlf -Saunders House. 1'iattsiuouth, Neb.
Can't he niad. iv every atrenl every
month In the business we turnisli, but
those w illing to work can easily earn a
dollars a dav riuht in theii own localities.
Have no room to explain here. Business pleas
ant and honorable. Women, boys and tfirls do
as w ell as men. We will fui iu-h you a . oiuplete
on' lit free. The business pays better lliun any
thing else. We will .hear expense f starting
voir. Particulars free. Write anil see. Farm
ers and mechanics, their sons and daughters,
mid all chisses in need of paving work at home,
should wri'e to us and learn all about Hie work
at once.. Now is t he time. Don't, delay. Ad
dress 'i-,tCK jt Co.. Augusta, .Maine.
m win vi.-if v
"1 flditVerent mad.
I which Builder
I (J Makers, Wage
ent machines with
md Jobbers In miscellaneous
work cahconipete astooL'Al.
TV AXD I'ltli K with Mealil
power manufacturing; also
Amateur's supplies, saw
blades, f incv w oods and de
siirn. Sav "where you read
this nnd send lor catalogue and juices. W . V
John Baknks, Rockford. Winnebago Co.
GOl'Y YOl'It LKTTERSO
Excelsior Copying Hook.
Made of Chemical Inper.
(J'dckly copies anv writing WITHOUT Water,
Pit ESS, or BKL'Sl'I. used at home, library or of
liee. For Ladies wishing to retain copies of let
ters, cverv business man, clergymen, correspon
dents, travelers it is invaluable sells at sight.
Send i:.0 and we will send a :vm page book.
Idler size. BY MAI L paid to any address. We
refer to anv Commercial A 'renew Send stamp
for Agents' Circular. KX( KI.MOIt M li
CO.. IIO Denrliorn (St., Chicago, III.
000 AtiKSTS wanted. 4mi5
BLA CKSJH Til
WAGON HEP AIRING
All kinds of
Neatly f- Promptly
Horse, 3Iulc& Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll shoe anything that has
four feet, from a Zebra to a (Jiraffe.
Come and see us.
on Fifth St.. between Main and Vine Streets,
just across the corner from the kw HERALD
or kick. H'JI
f'tni mun A Onldo to Wfdimik ml
PV 8' ?4 V? 9 "W''"i"Bl Irraine on th
biJLJh'A I .k.dj!LS',,1,1 t marriage and ti.a
lKJ&iay,MtTrg ca.wi!ut unfit tor it .
'''A N O cre! of Beproduerion and
n jL.isea.ies oi wororii.
A book lor nrivat. ronaid-
e ate itid-ug. (" I"
f Hr.i ifrt I fvifcU!v.s. uyistrii .
On a!) d.v.rdrmcl a Private ivaiure an.oii! Irom Bel .
Abuse. Eiees'ps, or Secret D'.seaaes, with tiia baat
mtann of ciirf, T24 .ay fn-- piiffWrta.
A CLINICAL LECTURE on thr atior. diawa and
those of the Throat and Lungs, Cataxrn.llupture, tli
Opium Hablt.fcr.. price 10 cl..
Either book .ent postpaid on nreipt of price: or all tore,
eon'aininir .'. Hi r.a 7".. beautifully il.'n.trated, lor "4 rti.
AUtlrasa fjS. tftTTT3, JNu. 12 i. bdi at. at. Louia, K4.
. A YEAR. Atrcnts wanted. Wnsl-
nesslepltlmatc. Particulars free.
I Addrcaa J.WOETU A CO.. St Louia. Mo.
B n.t MorpMn Habit aWlntrW am! .pe.lily
fjcurrA. i'aililtx.; uo y u'.-tty. t-nd .uui.p
fjriiarU.'uln. I'h. umv.
1-T V ah':ngtou M, Chicago, III.
PREMII'M W ITHI M rilUS
e4.tein-inlf r.Frei- w i:he. ryonier. Out-
J? -f .1 . 1 I. f .,-l,.,..t A- i 4"l.i.. i.iik- I II.
T flOOl.D PLATED WATCH EL Oi-ne
T. III ttw- kaou r r. 1. S.MTe V'AifH IrH.e TO AuaaZM.
jS AI.K.", A. COLLTKll a: CO- tukB.il, lit.
11 r-wt Watni,n-
un St. ("l.i. air".
111., f. tlie rure t.
all lrix"w of IVlTHte nator. n?ulf(t'ir from early htle
r lnf--tlon -f eilherr :. Ktninttl V(U ( j-rti. ine
Km!-vin, 1om of Mrraory, lrnpHlrd 'lefit, Loi
ManliiHttl or lmHin. ru I'tIIIfj. irm-De-titiy
cuT'i. ; dr-eai' if tiu Tlludtlt-r, KIIm-js l.lver,
Lunc-fa A tiit. 'atar-h. "n. mil 't.rni (i-a-4-, rcl JllH
.KH lifr' KM ALKH, jkhl U lii treiiiM-i.l. H.im
h Imd A ttf-lrt'r mrri3tii nmi run- wli-rr oilrt frt(. M
K a i.'n.lit?.te of ttie lf iTTTit-d S ! no nien nrr. ha lh
lr.-t prvti.-M tt, U. S. 4AIJE tst't with
prfvute houMfan i lwL. .l rii. rtr nwtw f.r
VatiftiU. Senl fifiyrnU ff namvle of hu'ulftr '.1
r'.lsr of iript-ruint Inf-imvitton bv ijm.. H. OUN'i
K"?tIf? ISU-. l-T H"T. o'-':l 'n frm.
yoanjrii.i mul-i l ac-l of both Siw. on mil !,.e-tr-. of
DAtur. Valiiabi Mvi- t- ihr nivrVi anr tho Hil-tni'l!in
mur.f. li'w Ui b lt-h;ry 'i-i imly Jiiih Id marrV. r-lr
linn. --r-(Kly 1jmiM get thi OjuL. Itice iAi tcnU, lw u) mtt
Wajon, Ruy;;y, Marhine and Plow re
2airiny, and ynteral jobbing.
I am now rc(inred to do :tll kinds of rejiajriTiu
1 fnnii nnd ot her m.-o hMu rv, lis there
is ;t K'-oJ l.tihe iu my sho.
I'ETER 21 A GEN,
The old Reliable Wason Maker
hits taken charge of the wason shop.
He is well -Known aw a
NO. 1 WOWiMAX.
A'ew'ason and Itu" iet made t
SATISFACTION ( J U A R A X T t E 1.
Shop on Sixth-st-reefj ODi,os:te St-reiiih's Sar!"
Real Estate and Loan OfiTec
LANDS EOUG1IT AND HOLD.
U. S. PATEI7TS TO
TU1! i:amlncd and IVi lceted.
It I" n duty every man owes to himself und to
those Interested with him to know the eondt
dilion of the title to his property. It is a fact
well known to the lei;:tl profession, und to real
estate dealers, that ! thousands of the impruvc-l
and unimproved farms of this western country
have iniperfcct titles ; mueh expense and Hit'
lnt (on can he saved hy having our titles exam
ined and perfected, :.t once, r.nd before proper-1
ty reaches eastern fi .tires li: value, when juj
li-Miahie titles hecoine more dilllcull toiemedy,
All persons el.dnilng title to lundn should ob
tain the I'nited States Patent und have it re
eorded, the leyul title from tho Onvmimeii't H
vested in the individual tliroii;h the patent
ami title Is not perfect until th Patent I issu
ed and recorded, and cai-tcra r (TjifiihWa will not
loan money on such hth: rty unless it is dole.
As a matter of luisiness o.iiivenl' ncr, I havu
connected this department with my Law Prac
tice, and have placed in charge of it W. S. Wise,
who will, under my supervision, itlleud to alt
matter uppertainin:; thereunto.
A ten year's residence iu the Stale Hiid Couu-1
ty, with rote-taut business experience, and rela
tions wi!h its inhabitants, ha thoroughly iial
itled me for transact 1 112 biwiness of the nbov tf
mentioned character with factll'ty.
K. Ik WIXDIIAM. Atl'y. at Law.
X. S. WtsK, Notary Publt.
Money for Farmers.
I iiave now on hand, ready for shipping a fine
) ohind China pk" for sale, nt reasonable ratec.
Can furnish 111 pairs not akin. 1 b e piix are
descended from tile Ileitis of Shepiild Alexan
der, of Illinois, and A. C. Moore. Can pedigree 10
tlie liest hos at the national Ikv r how In Chl
eairo in ls7-J.
Corror poudeuco prompt I v answered. SavtJ
th expense of semiini; farther ent.
. K. N. SIII'.LDON.
IjinO Malvern, MiHd I o., Ioa.
MONEY TO LOAN.
To loan on improved farms in Cass ountv, at
low rale of interest. A pphcalioiis Holieite.l.
l'laltsiiioutli, March is;?. J N. Vsk.
E. G. D0VEY&S0N.
take ileasure in announcing,'
TO TIIE CITIZKXS OF TLATT'
JIOUTIf AXD VICINITY,
Tli.lt they are now located in their
NEW BUSINESS HOUSE,
Opposite Fitzgerald Idoek,
and ready to nee fheir old customers
and as many i-w ones as may come
I Living just opened
a new assortment
men I oi goods
111 a new,'
liciit iiAXi)M)Mi: i'LaOj; o
We ill ink we can ac
(he taste of all
(iive u.s a call any way,-and" try (h,
new up town store. iitt
r,o to Tin;
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