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Corrected Wednesday, October 31, 1ST7
FOU OMAHA FKOmI'LATTSMOCTII. -1
eav-3 :15 a. m.- ' Arrives . :'i a. m.
" 2 :30 p. in. " 3 :4a p. m.
FBOJI OMAHA rOIt PLaTTSMOCTH. -I
eaves c, ny, .j. n,. Arrives 10 :2 i a.
" 6 :W p. in. - 7 :45p. lu. .
POK THE WEST,
leaves Plattsinouth 9 :W a- m. Arrives Lin
coln, 12 -30 p. in. ; Arrives Kearney, 8 :24 p. m.
Freight leaves 10 1 a. m. Ar. Lincoln 3-.S5 p.m.
FKOM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney.fi :0 a. in. leaves Lincoln,
J2 Jio p. m. Arrives PlatLsmouth. 3 :10 p. m
Frtdght leave Lincoln-11 -Ja a. in. Arrives
riattsmouth, 4 :'J5 p. m.
F.x press. 0 :15 a. in.
Passenger, (train o;ich day) 3 :50 p. rn., except
Saturday. Kvery third Saturday a train con
nect at the usual time.
BitlVAL A NO DEPARTURE OF PLATTS
KASTKRX, KOBTUKRX & SOUTHEHX
A ,riv. s.l . r. ,to a. rn. I lP?rt at - 5 : a. m.
3 -.00 p. in.
2 :15 p. m.
9 :00 a. III.
2 :C0 p. m.
OMAHA VIA B. fk. 31.
Arrive at lo :JO a. m. Depart at -
vrr.STF.KX via u. & yi.
Arrive at - 3 :15 p. m. Depart at -
W KKl'I S i W AT F. It.
12 :O0 in. I Depart at
R-rK KLUKFS & UXIOV STILUS.
Arrive at 12:00 m. Depart at 1 :00 p. in.
J. W. MARSHALL. I". M.
Trausient, 2." rents a line. Regular advertis
ers, to rent per line. No advertisement laseit
ei for less than 25 cents.
Legal notices at Statute rate.
At torn ys and officers of the law will be neld
responsible for all legal indices they hand in,
and all parties demanding a proof of publica
tion o( ;mv notice w ill be held for the publica
tion fee of such notice.
As our space, is limited, all cornmuiiiea'ions
amst be bnef and to the point, with no waste
of words. ...
The paper Is reponsillo for the correctness
according to copy of paid matter and paid le
1. Any person who takes the paper regularly
from the pos'-ofl'ice, whether directed to his
name, or whether He Is" a subscriber or not is
responsible for the pay.
1 It any person ordeis his paper discontin
ued, lie must pay all arrearages, or the publish
er may continue to send it until payment is
made, and collect the whole amount, whether
the paper in t ikeu from the office or not.
.-5. I lie courts liave decided that refusing to
take newspapers and periodicals from the post
office, or removing and leaving them uncalled
lor, is prima facie evidence of intentional
Use "Centennial Rat Exterminator.'
Mum .Sociable this evenig. Lots
Pop corn for the Holidays, at the
P. O. News Depot. 3?tl
- An arLiclc 0:1 t.ixes must he left
for next week.
Cv.ne to the Mum Sociable this
evening ir3- Livingston's.
Largo line of l'ij-.es and sinohcrs
artk-les at the 1 O. News Dept. 37tl
Dr. John DI.k k we are very sorry
to lean', U under the weather again.
fJreat Dargains in albums and
Holiday fionjs, a: tho I O. News
Joe Dttttery has an Irish Jaunting
car :t1U store, and Ihe cat takes a ride
every now and then; its the funniest
car vou ever saw.
J. V. Weckbach says he's healed on
salt in quantity, quality and price.
Will not be undersold. 27tf
I IJ. Murphy and L. F. Johnson
returned to the Dlack H'lla on Satur
day last. They live in Rapid City and
are pretty rapid sort of fellows.
Greater Dargains than ever, on
Toys, and Holiday floods, at ths P. O.
ZS'ews Depot. STtl
It stands to reason that the Home
C'Hk Book is the best, for all the rec
ites come from ladies .who permit
their names to be published. Our book
stores sell it. Price $l.-9.
Wanted some old cast iron to use on
the i:ew house front, I am to make at
once. John Wayman,
STtl at the Foundry.
James II. Wintersteen, of With 00
once a typo in thi3 office is married. So
says the Independent. A Miss Hart
caught James, as MacDonagh says,
Dr Ritchey, Dentist, is coming and
will be at the Saunders House from
Dec.lt? th to 19th. It
At the Mum Sociable at Mrs. R. R
Livingston's this evening any one
speaking between the hours of half
past eight and half past nine is requir
ed to pay a fine of live cents, for each
offense. Como and try your hand at
Autograph albums, Pocket Hill
Books, fancy Box Papeteries, Juvenile
and linen Toy Books, cheap at the P.
O. Xews Depot. 37tl
The Ladies of St. Luke's Guild
will Give a Mum Sociable at the House
of Mrs. R. R. Livingston this (Thurs
day) evening and request everybody to
put a lock and key on their mouths
and come and see the fun. Lock and
key removed after half past nine.
Full line of Inks, Pens, Tencils,
Papers and Envelopes, Mottoes and
Card Board, Parlor Matches, Playing
Cards &c, at the P. O. Xews Depot, tl
If Yoa Want Coll .'
filling put in your teeth to slay, and
thereby save them for. years, or new
teeth inserted that can't be beat, then
don't fail to see Dr. Ritchey, Dentist, of
' Chio.igo at the Saunders House from
Dec. 12th to ihe 10th.
The High School Literary Society
:r.c-zz Friduy ownin;:, Mils v.--elr:- "
The Musical' Library containing
those choice pieces of.music for only
ten cents per copy at, the P. O. News
Depot. - - ..'-.., ' STtl
. The firm of Fleming & Race, at
Weeping Water are becoming well
known in their portion of the County,
for keeping large and well assorted
stocks of goods. All sorts of new Win
ter wear, groceries and everything usu
ally found at a country store may be
had at their place, and at prices so rea
sonable, that one almost feels com
pellcl to buy.
From this time until the first of Jan-1
uary Mrs. Johnson and Miss Sweeny
will sell their stock of Mil linery at cost
for the sake of clearing out their en
tire stock. Call and get a bargain. 37t2
Pottenger says the Omaha Repub
lican has been filled With the Denver
excursion to such an extent lately that
he has taken to reading the Almanac
in place of it A medical Alman
ac at that.
See those handsome black mules,
before an Express .
That's Graves team. Just wink at him
and if'he see3 the wink he'll be on hand
to haul anything you want. If the
wink don't work "holler" or leave a
"notiss" for him.
Secretary Sam borrowed Senator
Tzschuck's gun to go hunting Buffalo,
Antelope andsech," way out west, and
now the Secretary returns the gun to
the Senator with many compliments
and a haunch of Venison, which Sam's
little daughtei thinks must have flown
dowu hero sometime.
Mrs. Johnson and M133 ' Sweeny are
desirous of clearing out their stock of
Millinery, will offer it from now until
the first of January at prices low
enough to suit everybody. They have
still" some handsome pattern hats and
will have more for the holidays. Their
stock of ribbons, feathers, flowers, &c is
full and they are ready to get up a
handsome hat on short notice. Call
and suit yourself. They also have in
connection with their Millinery store
a dress and cloak making department.
Reed Bros., at Weeping Water, are
doing a huge business in general farm
er's Merchandize of every kind. They
have a store full of goods, and clerks
to sell them. All you have to do is to
walk in, .isk for what you- want, find
many new things you didn't know
you wanted: buy some of each and go
"La'ighing-gas Ha! Hal
Teeth extracted without paix,
Dr. Ritchey, (Graduate of the
Pennsylvania college of Dental sur
ftovy) Dentist, Clueago HI., will be at
the Saunders House. Plattsmouth from
Dec. l"2tli to the 10th prepared to ex
tract teeth without pain, positively,
and with perfect safety, also to fill and
save teeth even after they have -ached,
also to insert new teetli that for beau
ty and usefulness, vie even with na
ture herself, The Dr brings with him
some of the finest specimens we have
ever seen, especially the porcelain plate,
which causes no bad breath or taste
in the mouth, but is absolutely clean
ly, which cannot be said of any other
plates mad i. He refers to Mr. M. W.
Howard, who has known him for over
8 years. It
HigU School Matters.
We receive from Mr. Drummond,
Principal, the following account of the
School for the quarter ending Nov. 30th,
First Primary, average, 53
2d " " 53
3d " " 00
4th - - 44
Intermediates " C
High School and Gram, grades, CO
It should be remembered that the
Earthquake hurt the average atten
dance. There are 487 scholars in all
that should attend.
J. S. GIBSON, CLOTHIER.
J. S Gibson, of Omaha, Clothier, has
this to say: "It is our desire to make
all mankind happy, and. knowing that
no man can enjoy that felicity without
being comfortably clad we have enlist
ed our timejour study and our money in
the securing of a complete New Stock
of everything requisite for the adorn
ment of the outer man.
In addition to the latest styles of
Paris frock coats, double breasted sack
coats, English walking coats &c, we
have a new patented over coat, called
the Zeko Coat, in which is combined
all the advantages of the ordinary coat,
and in addition possesses the comfort
of a Fur Muffier and littens, so neatly
attached to the cat as to make it at
tiie same time the neatest and most
comfortable overcoat worn, and especi
ally adapted to this Climate: We have
the sole agency of tl;is patent overcoat
for Omaha. Besides this we have the
most complete stock, in every depart
ment of the clothing business, in Ne
braska. Call and see us. Orders by
mail promptly attended to.
It " Box 515, Omaha.
by Mrs. A. Knee of the whereabouts
of her son Peter, who left home on
Sunday hist with a gun, since which
time nothing has been heard from him.
The boy is sixteen year3 of age, tall,
light complexion, blue eyes, dark brown
hair. It is thought he may possibly
have gone to Indiana. Any informa
tion will be thankfully received by bis
mother Mns. A. Knee,
The people's debating club, of
Platumouca, tucetj at thy Court House
every Saturday evening; and there's
more fun than a little. Last Saturday
they talked on which is the most use
ful iron or gold.. Next Saturday they
argue on the piopriety of strikes. In
addition, each member has to speak
impromptu on Bomo subject selected by
the President on that evening.
By the way they call the High School
Literary the kid glove fellows' meet-
Ong. The flights of eloquence wasted
on the Court House air should not be
lost any more, our citizens must turn
out and hear and see for themselves
what giants in argument Tlattsmouth
possesses. . - -
Fanners, shoot that peddler with the
white horses if be does not seU goods
cheap enough. (35t4) F. Carruth.
The Ladies of the Presbyterian
church will hold their Fair and Festi
val at Parmale's hall Thursday even
ing, December 20th. They have a nice
lot of fancy things, and pretty things
for Christmas presents. Supper 25 cts
Albert Joyce, traveling agent and
correspondent of the Bee, Omaha, was
down here last week.
G. S. Ruby, has called at onr office
from a trip to Kansas, the border ruf
fians did not gobble him, he says.
A YOUNG MAN SHOT IN COLD BLOOD
BY AN INDIAN!!
His Body Is Brought Home to His Par
ents in ('ass County.
Wanted A Few More Good Rifles Tar
nished by the Government to the In
dians to Shoot White Men With.
A brutal and cruel murder took place
at Ross Fork, Oneida Co.. Idaho, near
Ft. Hall, on Friday the 23d of Novem
ber. The murdered man was named
John Alexander Rhoden; aged about
twenty-four years; his parents reside
just south of Eight Mile Grove, in this
THE SrtJRDERER .
was a Bannock Indian, whose brother
had been arrested during the Summer,
and punished for some misdemeanor.
Indian fashion, this Indian resolved to
avenge his brothel's supposed wrong
by shooting ihe first white man he saw.
Young Rhoden, who has been out in
that country for some five years, was
foreman to a man by the name of Tot
ten, who has large contracts for f ur
nislnng hay and beef cattle to the Gov
ernment. Rhoden came to the Fork on
the above day with some cattle to de
liver, and being delayed was obliged to
stay over night. At evening ho went
to the stack to pull some hay for hi3
pony, as he was stooping over with his
back turned, the Indian, who was skulk
ing behind the stack, deliberateiyshot
him in cold blood; the ball entering
the right side, passing downwards
through the body to the left hip.
of whom Mr. Totten is one, immediate
ly telegraphed to Rhoden's relatives
here, and asked what should be done
with the body? Jos. Lloyd, who is a
brother-in-law, sent word out in the
country to Mr. Rhoden, Sr., and the
body was brought home for burial, the
Masons defraying the expenses, and al
so sending Mr. J. R. Johnston with the
body to Plattsmouth.
The Fraternity received the body
here Saturday morning. It was car
ried to Duke's Hall, where it was open
ed in the presence of the young man's
father and other relatives. The grief
of the senior Rhoden was pitable to be
hold as he bent over the form of his
loved boy, killed by a cowardly red-skin.
He repeatedly declared that Aleck had
been a good boy and deserved a better
fate. The face in the coffin betokened
his word true, for it was a bright,
brave and manly one.
the Masons of this place, from riatts
mouth Lodge No. C, and Macoy Lodge
No. 22, proceeded in a body to the
house of Mr. Rhoden. whither the body
had been conveyed the night before.
From thence the solemn procession of
relatives, brother Masons and neigh
bors, proceeded to the Eight Mile Grove
Church, where the Rev. Mr. Alton
preached a funeral sermon oTer the re
mains. the masons
then took charge and paid the last sad
rites of burial to their dead brother.
The concourse of people was very
large. More remaining outside the
church than could find room within.
Six brothers of the deceased sat in one
pew among the mourners ; fine looking
boys they were too. The family is a
large and respectable one in the Coun
ty of Cass.
Mr. Johnston, lives in Furnas Co.,
Neb. He says, when he left, soldiers
had been sent out after the murderer.
The Chief of the Shoshoues had also
sent out his braves with orders not to
return until they found the Indian who
committed the deed.
But all this vengeance cannot restore
the lost life, nor bring comfort to the
sorrowing parents who must feel that
a Government which should protect all
its citizens," furnLshes the surest weap
ons of death to those ever ready to use
Good second hands organs and melo
deons for sale or trade cheap apply
to James Pettee,
at Johnson's Drug Store. .
A dollar saved is a dollar earned.
Farmers, what is , thd use of buying
goods of a peddler, when you can buy
the same goods at Schlatr's Jewelry
Store for 25 per cent less. - - 34M
Oysters! Fresh Oysters!
Fine fresh oysters Will be found at
F. S. Wli ilea's every week during the
Season. Also Celery every Saturday,
received frosh and crisp every Satur
day, by express. Call and get the
hang of things.
27tf F. S. White.
- You can save a large per cent of
your corn crop by reading "Three Blind
Mice," and following advice. 34tf
vou can get Boots and Shoes of all
styles, patterns and make, from
No 1 EASTERN IIOUSE3
also a fine stylish'perfect fit of
MY OWN MANUFACTURE
from the finest French Calf Boots made
in the state, down, at prices that deg
competition. Ladies and Children's
shoes a speciality.
I run back again
and ready to put up and black stoves
and clean chimneys and do it all in
the very best and most satisfactory
manner. Price, 50 cents a story.
For sale, cheap, 150 Desirable build
ing lots in the city of Plattsmouth,
Title perfect. Taxes all paid up. Terms
easy. Apply to A. W. McLaughlin
Cashier 1st National Bank. 23tf
Geo. II. Shafer & Co., Manufactur
ers of True Pharmaceuticals, Fort
Madison, Iowa. 341 f.
A Stitch in time saves Nine.
We can serve you better, and you
can have a better choice, by selecting
your holiday goods now, before the
rush at the P. O. News Depot. tl
I cured myself
in Book for 10 canu gives fall par-
Honiara. utt. uk.hi a-jvo.
IBBg. Madison Bfc. Chicago. CI.
Messrs. E. G. Do vey & Son have a
fine stock of mens' kip boots, also a
large assortment of ladies side lace,
misses' and childrens' shoes, in great
variety, for sale at bottom prices. Give
them a call for anything in the line of
general merchandise, at their new store
near head of Main St., south side. 27lf.
TO THE AFFLICTED.
Act wisely, and at once procure the
following tconderf ul Family Medicines,
Dr. Fitler's Rheumatic Remedy
and Liver Pills, a positive, permanent
specific for Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Sciatica, Lumbago, Gout, pain in Back,
Head, Heart, Lungs. Limbs, Nervous,
Blood and Chronic Diescases. Dr. Fit
ter'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. Fitler's Calimya Tonic, 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
teetli. Dr. Filler's German Pectoral
for Lung Diseases, Bronchitis, Coughs
and Colds, a superior combination
which acts quickly and relieves rapid
ly. Your druggists, Chapman & Glass
are agents for Plattmouth. 20-yl
What a truly beautiful world we
live in! Nature gives us grandeur of
mountains, glens and oceans and thou
sands of means for enjoyment. We
can desire no better when in perfect
health! but how often do the majori
ty of people feel like giving it up dis
heartened, discouraged and worried
out with disease, when there is no oc
casion for this feeling, as every suffer
er can easily obtain satisfactory proof
that Green's August Flower will make
them as free from disease. as when
born. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint
is the direct cause of seventy-five per
cent, of such maladies as Biliousness,
Indigestion, Sick Headache, Costive
ness. Nervous Prostration, Dizziness
of the Head, Palpitation of the Heart,
and other distressing symptoms. Three
doses of August Flower will prove its
wonderful etfeet. Sample bottles, 10
cents. Try it. 2S-tf-alt.
NOW READY FOR AGENTS !
The Great Strikes!
That timely new book, by Hon. J. a l.crs.
A complete hilory of the causes and thrilling
events of the great railroad and labor war all
over the country. Finely Illcstkatki).
AliKSTS UAMld) everywhere. The
bent chance to make money ever offered, lie
ware of Inferior works. Oct the bet-t and lowest
m.niG STANDARD BOOK HOUSE,
St. Louis, Mo.
By universal accord Ayer's Ca
thartic Pills are the best of all pur
gatives for family use. They are .the
product of long, laborious, and success
ful chemical investigation, and
their extensive use. by Physicians in
their practice, and by all civilized na
tions, proves them the best and most
effectual and purgative Pill that med
ical science can devise. Being purely
vegetable no harm can arise from their
use. In intrinsic value and -curative'
powers no other pill can be compared
with them, and every person, knowing
their virtues, will employ them, when
needed. They keep the system in per
fect order, and maintain in healthy
action the whole machinery of life.
Mild, searching and effectual, they are
specially adapted to the needs of the
digestive apparatus, derangements of
which they prevert and cure, if timely
taken. They are the best and safest
physic to employ for children and
weakened constitutions, where a mild,
but effectual, cathartic is required.
For sale by all Dealers.
All nervous, exhausting, and painful diseases
speedily yield to the curative influences of Pul
vennacher's Electric Belts and Bands. They
are sare, simple, and effective, and can be easi
ly applied by the patient himself. Book, with
lull particulars, mailed tree. Address Pulver
hachrk Galjj anic Co., Cincinnati. Ohio.
Air Three li'ind Slice,
Three thousand rats ! Three thousand rats I
Three thousand nits !
See how they run ; think what they eat
Millions to feed.
They all run after the farmer's wife ;
Who soon put an end to their useless strife,
By killing these constant iiestw of her life.
By giving iheiWCtntenniul Hat Ex
terminator" the safest and most cer
tain Rat Exterminator in the world.
It will save millions of corn annually
It will positively exterminate the
pest from your premises and kill them
us they travel, thus leaving no telltale
dead rat to warn others from eating
Centennial Rat Exterminator. You
get rid of every rat without the dan
ger attending the use of strychnine or
We challenge the world for a more
profitable investment of 25 cents, and
proclaim it the greatest economizer of
the age. You will recommend" it-to
your neighbors. For sale everywhere.
A large introductory box postpaid . on
receipt of 25 cents. Star Manufac
34tf Box 400, Ft. Madison Iowa.
rl &A. 1 I rC rC n
J. V. Weckbach has an immense
stock of Fall . and Winter Dry and
Fancy goods and Groceries of all kinds.
Farmers and Housekeepers give them
a call for anything in the line of Gen
eral merchandise. 27tf.
The grandest bargains ever known
in this town can be had for the next 00
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
FARM FOR SALE.
246 acres in section 36, town twelve, range elev
en, 3 miles south-east of Louisville station, B. &
M. R. R. Cass County, Nebraska.
ISO Acres Under Cultivation,
with house and barn, orchard and forest tree?,
plenty of spring water. Will be sold in 80 acre
tracts If desired. Enquire of Jos. Schlater, Jew
eler. Tlattsmouth. Neb. lima
Organs and Pianos tuned and re
paired, orders left at Johnson's Drug
Store will receive prompt attention.
Dealer in Musical Instruments.
Farm for Sale.
A well improved farm of ico acres for sale,
near Eight Mile Grove, Cass County. Neh. The
Improvements consist of li") acres under cultiva
tion, pood limine and outbuildings, and a fine
prove of timber. For further particulars apply
to Wlllett Pottenjer, at Plattsmonth : or. Hen
ry Kirkhain, on the premise. 34in3
An old physician retired from active practice,
having had placed in his hands by an East In
dian missionary the formula of a simple vegeta
ble remedy for the epeedy and permanent crre
of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma,
and all Throat and Lung affections, also a iosi
tive and radical cure for General Debility and
all nervous complaints, after having thoroughly
tented its wonderful curative powers in thous
ands of cases, feels it his duty to make it known
tc his suffering fellows. The recipe will be sent
free of charge, to all who desire it, with full di
rections for preparing and successfully using.
Address with stamp, naming this paper. Dr. J,
C. Stone, 44 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia,
Pa. - 34m6
I have secured the sale of the mag
nificent Geo. Steck & Co. piano, and al
so the Hallet & C urns ton piano, both
of which I can sell at very low prices.
Dealer in Musical Instruments.
: FARMERS ATTENTION!
Julius Pepperberg, Cigar Manufac
turer, on Main SL, Plattsmouth, Neb.
Cigar Clippings of Spanish and Ameri
cap Tobaccoes for smoking purposes.
For Sale. Best qualities of plug-smoking
tobacco always on hand. 20-tf.
New Goods at Schlatcrs.
Joseph Schlater, the Jeweller, has
gone into i new and extensive line of
goods in addition to his usual Jewelry
Stock. His store is filled with new
and beautiful goods of various kinds.
his new stock of Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry, Silver Ware, the best in the
Spectacles, pocket knives, Purses; Chi
na and Bohemian Ware; Musical In
struments, Strings and Music Books.
Children's toy Wagons Hobby horses,
&q., and a host of knick nacks and cu
ridus toys for holiday presents for
children's amusement; Ihrd Cages,
Gent's Canes, Umbrelas and a large
line of new goods in every branch of
the business. Give him a call
31tf Main St. Plattsmouth.
Geo. Black W. Merk. Before Wm. H.
Newell County Judge, in and for Cass County,
Tbe defendant will take notice that on the 3d
day of November, A. 1. 1877. the said County
Judge issued an order of attachment iu the
above entitled cause, fort wen tv-six dollars and
4c ($26 04.00) and that your property has been 'at
tached to pay the same, and that said cause
stands adjourned nntil the 21st day of Decem
ber. 1877. at one o'clock p. iu., at which time you
can appear and make defence.
gko. n. Black,
by Wm. II. Nfwell, County Judge.
riattsmouth, Neh., Dec. 3d. 1877. 3 H3
John C. Cummin", Treasurer of Cuss County.
Neb. vs G. W. Merk. Before Wm. II. Newell
County Judge, in and for Cass County, Neb.
The defendant will take notice that on the
23d day of November. A. D. 177, the enid Coun
ty Judge issued an order of attachment in the
atiove entitled cause, for the sum of twenty
three 74.100 dollars ($23 74.100) and that your
property has been attached to pay the same,
and thot said cause stand adjourned until the
loth day of January. A. D. 1878, at one o'clock
p. m., at which time you can appear and make
John C. Ccmmins,
Treas of Cass Co. Neb.
by Wm. II. Nbwki.l, County Judge.
Plattsmouth. Neb., Dec 3d, 1877. . 37t3
Bv virtue of an order of sale issued by Wm.
L. Well. Clerk of t he District Court. 2d J udicial
District, within and for Cass County, Nebraxka,
and to me directed, 1 will an the 24th day of De
cember. A. D. 1877. at 10 o'clock, a. in., of said
day. at tbe south door of the Otmrt House, in
the City of Plattsmouth, In said county, sell at
Eublk; auction the following real estate, to-wit :
ot twelve (12) in block eighteen (18) in the City
of Plattsmouth. Cass County, Nebraska. Tbe
lame being levied upon and taken as tbe prop
erty of James H.Dick and Margaret C.Dick,
defendants ; to satisfy a Judgmentof said Court,
recovered by John Black, plaintiff,
riattsmouth, JNeb., Nov. 21st, A. f. 1877.
35t5 i . . . M. B. Cutlkr, Sheriff.
: ; Legal Notice. .
In the matter of the estate of Samuel May de
ceased. Before Wm. H. Newell, County Judge
in and for Cass County.
To whom it may concern: ' -
' Notice" is hereby given that Oliver S. May has
filed an application in the County Court, In and
lor Cass County, Neb., to have W. II. II. Van
eppe annilnted administrator of tbe estate of
Samuel May, deceased, and said cause is set for
hearing at tbe office ot the County Judge, in
Plattsmouth on tbe 14th day of December. 1877,
at one o'clock p. m. of said day, at which ti'..
and place all persons Interested may apiear
and show cause, if any they have, why the said
W. H. H.' Vaaepps should not b appointed such
administrator of said estate. Witness my hand
this 21st day of November, A. D. l77,at Platts
36t3 Wm. II. Newell, Co. Judge.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by Wm.
L. Weils, rierk of th District Court, 2d Judicial
District, withiniand for Cass Countv, Nebraska,
and to me directed, I will on tae 31st day of De
cember. A. D. 177, at 10 :3i o'clock, a. in., of said
day. at the south door of the Court House, in
the City of l'lattsi'iouth, in said Countv, sell at
public auction the following real estate, to-wit :
The north half of the north-west quarter of sec
tion thirty (:) town eleven (11) range nine (9),
east of the 0th P. M., in Caos County, Nebraska.
The same being levied ujion -mid taken as the
property of John B. Case, Sarah Case, and E.
w. Stevens, defendants ; to satisfy a judgment
of said Court, recovered by Christiana Suiner
Plattsmouth, Neb.. Nov. 28. A. D. 1877.
36t5 M. B. Cutler Sheriff.
By virtue of an execution issued by Wm. H.
Newell, County Judge, within antf for Cass
County Nebraska, aud to me directed. I will on
the 12th day t December, A. D. 1877, at 10
o'clock, a. m.. of said day. at the residence of
Jonathan Ball, on section twenty-six, iu lip ton
precinct. In said County, sell at public auction
the following personal property, to-wit : One
crib of corn and one mowing machine. The
same being levied upon and taken as the prop
erty of Jonathan Ball, one of the defendants In
an action wherein Jonathan Ball and Amos
.War! is defendants ; to satisfy a Judgment of
said ConiVrecovered by John P. Manny, plaint
iff. Plattsrheutb, Neb., Nov. 23d. A. D. 1877.
56 . M. B. C'CTLEB, Sheriff.
In the matter of t'.ie estale of Henry Ami; on,
Aw-licatujufor Iciw lj ndl rail estate:
To Adda AmNoii. Albert Ainison. and Annie
Aiuijou. l.eirs of the estate of Henry Amisoit.
deceased. on are hereby notified that Edward
(. Dovey. administrator of the es'nte of Henry
Amison. deceased, has this dav Illed Ids peti
tion In the District Court, within and for Cass
Countv, Nebraska, asking that he may be 11
censed to sell real estate belongln?? to iaid es
tate for The payment of debts outstanding
against said estat'e. You, and each of you are
notified to appear before his Honors. R. Pound.
Judge of said Court, on the secoud day of the
January term, A. D. 17$, a. the Court fious-e, in
the City of Plattsmouth, Cass County. Nebras
ka, and show cause why said sale should not lie
made, and said license thoulj not be granted,
if any there be.
E. G. Povkv,
Administrator of the estate of Henry Amison,
deceased, by 3CUi Gem. S. Smith, his Att'y.
William S. Woods, of the State of Missouri,
will take notice that on the the 3HU day of July,
A. D. 1977, Abraham Deyo filed hi petition in
the District Court, 2d Judicial District. In and
for Cass County, Nebraska, asrainst James M.
Woods, Matilda Woods, and William S. Woods,
setting forth that James M. Woods, and Matil
da Woods gave a mortgage to the said Abra
ham Deyo on the east half (4) of the south
west quarter (?i) ot the north-east quarter
of section No. thlrtv-two (32) township number
ten (10) range No. thirteen (I3 east of the r.th
Principal Meridian, to secure the payment of
$1,000.00 according to a certain note reTerred to
in said mortgage, and that William S. Woods
claims some interest in part of aid land, which
he has acquired since the date of plaintitfs
mortgage, and praying that said sum may be
paid with interest at 12 per cent, from July 18.
is74, and that Win. S. Woods may be required
to appear and answer said petition, setting forth
his rights, if any he may have, before the llrst
dav of January, A. D. 1878.
:;tti A HitAHAM Drvo. bv
M. L. IIavwarI) & G-o. S. Smith, his att'ys.
Charles Lazenby. in the State of Colorada.
will take notice that William Ball, of the Coun
ty of Cass and State of Nebraska, did on the 51 h
day of October. A. 1). 1877. tile his petition in
the District Court of Cass County ami Stste of
Nebraska, agaiust one Ambrose I-azenby and
the said Charles Lazenby, defendants, setting
forth that the said defendants are indebted to
said plaintiff in the. sum of Sioo.oo, together
with 12 percent", interest on the mini, from the
8th day of April ls76, according to the tenor of a
certain promissory note made in writing and de
livered on that date. And that the said plaint
iff caused an order of attachment to issue out of
said Court, on the same day against the projier
ty of said defendant, Charles Lazenby, and the
same was on the said 5th day of October. 1877.
levied on the following real estate of said ('has.
Lazenby. to-wit : The mirth half of the south
east quarter of section eleven (11) town twelve
(12) range thirteen 03) east of the 6th P. M.. in
Cass County, Nebraska ; also, the undivided
half of lot number seven (7) in block number
seventeen (17) in the City of Plattsmouth, Neb.
And the said plaintiff praying judgment against
said defendant for the sum of Sioo.oo, with 12
per cent interest from April 8th. 1876 and costs
of suit, and the said Charles Lazenby is notified
that he is required to appear and answer the
said petition on or before Monday the 24t h day
of December, A. D. 1877. or the said petition will
be taken as true and judgment rendered accord
ingly. William Ball. Pl'ff..
3515 by Willet Pottexoer, his Att'y.
By virtue of an execution Issued by Wm. L.
Wells. Clerk of the District Court, 2d Judcial
District, within and for Cats County, Nebraska,
and to me directed. 1 will on the 24th day of
December. A. D. 1877, at 11 :30 o'clock, a. in., of
said dav, at the outh d;Kir of the Court House,
in the City of riattsmouth, in said county, seil
at public, auction the following real estate, to
wit : lx)t three (31 in block six (6) in the City of
Plattsmouth, Cass county, Neb. The same be
ing levied upon and taken as the property of Si
mon Obernaltv, defendant ; to satisiy a judg
ment of said Court, recovered by Thomas Par
rows & Co., plaintiffs.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Nov. 21. A. D. 1877.
35t5 M. B. Cutlk'i, Sheriff.
To Charles y. Mcalman:
You are hereby notified that Julia- A. Meal -man
has filed tier petition in the District Court,
in the Count v of Cass and State of Nebraska,
against you, the object of said petition being
that she may be divorced from you. She here
by alleges as the cause of said suit, wilfull de
sertion and absence, and failure to provide for
her proier protection, maintenance and sup
port. Yoa are hereby notified t- answer said
petition on or before the 2d day of the January
term, A. D. 1878. Petition filed Nov. 17. A. D.
1877. J t" i.i A A. Mkalmam,
30t4 by J. E. Mukkison, her Att'y.
State of Nebraska Cass County. To John
Newton late of said County you are hereby no
tified that John Black lias Uiis day filed his pe
tition in the District Court for said County
praying tho Court for a decree to sell the lands
described in a mortgage given by yon to him
and to satisfy a note (if hand accoinpaning said
mortgage dated Jui.c 21st. 1870, you are hereby
notitied to make a defense according to tho
provisions of the statute ou a decree will be ren
dered bv default.
Plattsmouth, Neb, November 21st. 1877.
C5t4 M. Gaston.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Bv virtue of an order of sale issued bv Wm. L.
Wells Clerk of the District Court, within and
for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me directed
I will, on the loth day of December, A. D. 1877.
at llt o'clock p. in., of said day, at the south
door of the Court House in the city of Platts
mouth in said County, sell at public auction the
following real estate to-wit : The south west
quarter (s w H) of the south west qnaricr (s w
H) of section tnree (3) in town 11 north of range
II east of 6 P. M., also the south east quarter
(s e hi) of the south east quarter (s e ?4) of the
south of the south west quarter (s w J4) of sec
tion twenty two (22) town twelve north of rango
11 east of six P. M.. the same being levied upon
and taken as the property of John llartman and
Sarah Hart man defendant's ; ti satfy a Judg
ment of said Court, recovered bv Finest Sper
ing and Charles L. Bernays Plaintiff's.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Nov. 7, A. D. 1877.
33t3 M. B. Cutler, Sheriff.
Bv virtue of an order of sale Issued by Win.
L. Wells, Clerk of the District Court. 2d Judi
cial District, within and for ('ass County, Ne
braska, and to me directed, I will on the 24th
day of December. A. I). 1877, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
of said day, at the south door of the Court
House, in the City of Plattsmouth. Nebraska,
in said County, sell at public auction the fol
lowing real estate to-wit : Commencing at a
point is27 6.10 feet north of the south east corn
er of The west half of the south west quarter of
section seven (7) township twelve (12) north of
range fourteen (14) east, which point by actual
survey is 1326 leet east of the south-west corner
of said section, thence west 401 feet thence north
216 2.10 feet thence east 43 feet thence south
216 2.10 feet to the place of beginning, contain
ing two acres more or less. The saino being
levied upon and taken as the property of C. VV.
King and Harriet King, defendants : to satify a
judgment of said Court, recovered by C. H. Par
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, Nov. 21st, A. D. 1877.
3516 M. B. Cutler, Sheriff.
By virtue of an execution Issued by Win. L.
Wells. Clerk of the District Court, within and
for Cass County, Nebraska, and to me directed,
1 will on the loth day day of December, A. D.
1877, at 11 o'clock, a. in., of said day, at the
south door of the Court House, in the City of
Plattsmouth. in said County, sell at public auc
tion the following real estate, to-wit : Begin
ning at the quarter section comer, on the north
side of section seventeen (17) town eleven (11)
north of range fourteen (14) east of the th P.
M., thence east twenty (20) chains thence south
twenty-four (24) chains thence west twenty (20)
chains thence south sixteen (lti) chains thence
west twenty (20) chains thence north forty (40)
chains thence east twenty (20) chains to the
place of beginning, and containing 128 acres
more or less, and known as a part f the Joseph
Sans farm, in Kock Bluffs precinct iu said Coun
ty. The same being levied upon and taken as
the property of Joseph Sans, one of the defend
ants in a suit wherein Joseph Sheraand Joseph
Sans are defendants : to satisfy a judgment of
said Court, recoveied by Edmund E. Woolsey.
riattsmouth. Neb., Nov. 6, A. D. 1877.
33t5 M. B. Cutlkr, Sheriff.
By virtue of sn order of sale Issued bv Win. L.
Wells, Clerk of the District Court, within and
for Cass Countv. Nebraska, and to me directed,
I will on the loth day of December, A. D. 1877,
at one o'clock p. m. of said clay, at the south
door of the Court House, in thn City of Platts
mouth. in said County, sell at public auction
the following real estate, to-wit : The east half
(eS) of the north-east quarter (ne1) of section
eighteen (t) town ten (mi range ten (10) east of
the Olh P. M. The same being levied uhu and
taken as the property of Charles 11. Warner and
E. W. Lane, defendants ; to satisfy a judgment
paid Court, recovered by Charles II. Beck,
Plattsmouth, Neb.. Nov. 6, A. D. 1R77.
33t5 M. B. Cutler, Sheriff.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by Wm. L.
Wells, Clerk of the District Court, within ai d
for Cass County. Nebraska, and to me directed.
I wiil on the loth day of December. A. D. 1877,
at ten o'clock a. m., ot said day. at ihe south
door of the Court House, in the City of Platts
mouth, in said County, sell at public auction
the following leal esLtte. to-wit : Lot seven (1)
in block forty-three (43) in the Citv of Platts
roonth, Cass County, Nebraska. The same be
ing levied npon and taken as the property of
Anna P. Ellison, administratrix of the estate of
II. E. Ellison, deceased, defendant to satisfy a
judgment of aid Court, recovered by H. A. Wa
terman & Son, plaintiffs.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Nov. , A. D. 1877.
S3 M. B. Cutler, Sheriff.
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Carriages sent to Depot to meet all trains
THE ONLY HEARSE IN TOWN.
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Thanking all mv old pal mil for their mimy
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has ojM-ned a chop on Sixth Street near Mr. ron
elly's Blacksmith and Wagon Shop where lie lia
prepared hi mxelf to do any and all machine work
without exception. He lias a No. V Lathe can
turn In wood, iron, Steele, and ail other metal in
connection with machine work. He can do an
thing required iu a gunsmith, even to making
gun. of which we have the evidence in a Pat.
breach loader throwing one two or three balls at
once at will of the gunner.
Mr Ceo. W. Slirauer a farmer near Rock RIufT
an old acquaintance of Mr. Kinser from Virgin
ia can be refered to in regard to Ills former con
nection with the manufacture of thresliiug ma
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you satisfactory work on any part of a Thresh
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