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THE HERA LI).
And I'ettee thinks he has a pretty
pair of sorrels, too So he h.i3.
Joe Connor went out to see the
remnants of -his warehouse at York,
Charley Holmes has two
colts that just fill the eye now.
Bess and Bald Eagle.
A Council Bluffs Lawyer went for
Brother Windham in the most Heart
less way Tuesday.
The (5 rand Jury was dismissed
Tuesday noou. The business of the
Court will he light this term.
Charlie Warren lias remodeled and
renovated his barber shop and now has
one of the neatest shops in town.
Among the other improvements in
town during the past week the City
Hotel has been reshing'ed entire.
More pretty horses gallivanting
around Flattsmouth with pretty girls
on their backs than ever, this spring
The resolutions of the Greenback
Club of Hock Bluffs will appear next
week. Too much Co. Seat this time.
The Missouri is having its April
rise, and has been ten and a half feet
above low water mark most of the past
Five steamers have gone up river
during the last week, one freighted for
Omaha, one for Yankton, and the oth
ers for the up river trade.
Notice the programme for the
public installation of the ofiicers of
riattsmouth Temple of Honor Friday
night, published elsewhere.
A heavy rain Tuesday night gave
a muddy May day, but when was veg
etation more advanced or finer weath
er seen than at the present time.
Schlegd's cigar factory has l.een
removed from Vine to Main St.. and is
now loo:ited in th- centre of business,
much handier than in its former loca
tion. cie Ilesumntion h i commenced
l;,th at Omaha and j,ii;'':i. The
b.uiKs paying g'd or" silver to ail
th it d sn in I it. Likewise in lla:ts-
i.itiut'.i. walk up and y;.-t the dollar
J'r.'p.-.re fur H.ipre. A JL-neuict's
min-uil h -.v S.i'urd.iy niit, while
minvtrel siw.vs i i gen?:al incline to
bui.Hie.rons'.ies.s :md n-n-ral hilarity this,
judging from St.re papr. promises to
i!i e;c-jd ii:i and v.,:-i.!ty attending.
Am -s Teft says t'.u farmer friend
v, ho writes for the 1Iki:ali ought to
reui'-mber "hirselt" and spell the sam
tlirouhout. "F.irmers" that spell bad
at the beginning do
Guess vou're rig'ut.
A. m os.
A. J-'chlepel A Ihother have just
pt ned their cigar hiu.-e on Main St.
n xt di or Wei-t of Saunders House,
where tl cy are p;ejaicd to furnish,
cigars, tubaecos, and Smokt r's gwods of
idl kinds. M
Sometimes its a g o J thing to be
on the fence as brother Wheeler is.
Bosh Fellows got down from the fence
too quick Sunday and sprained his
ankl Take warning all that roost on
Phil Youn ' savs he sprained his
ankle ; how di I it liar
'I and where
what was he on the fence for and
whose fence was it ? What's the use
of a -fellow's" being in a "rush" any
way if he is on the fence.
Miss Sage of Ashland, one door from
the Sufll House, having returned from
the east with a large slock of Millinery
and fancy articles, respectfully invites
the patronage of the people in the sur
rounding country r.nd small towns as
i;he is selling all goods at the lowest
We are exceedingly pleased to see
Treasurer James Patterson up and
on his feet once more. Mr. Patterson
lias had a severe spell of sickness, l.ut !
thinks he will soon be as good as new
again, if this beautiful weather lasts, j
Court convened Monday afternoon
and is now in full blast. The
docket is not as large as usual, but will
beep all busy during the session; there
are two inmates in the jail waiting tri-
:il, one for horse stealing and one for
A friend points out errors in our
votes l ist. week. In '73 Rock Rlnffs
now reads at the Countv Clerks of-
f.ce. instead of 23 and Tipton 07
instead of 77. An accidental trans-
position of figures and a bad 9 by some
The rest are subbtan-!
CHEAP BOOTS AND
Indies Serge Shoes
" Leather Shoes.
Suols axd Boots are down to rock
liens Buckle Alexis... S 1 50
Prince Alberts 1 5'J
" Whole stock Erogans 1 50
These goods and others including
n large stock of a' I Kinds
of Boots, Shots aud Slippers, must be.
cold. No trust. j
etf Petli; Merges.
Just received at Stadelmanna a fins
lot of Navy Blue clothing which are
retailing at other places for 15 and 20
which we sell for 810.
John F.Polk of Louisville called on
the Herald the other day and report
ed ravages of the hog cholera in his
vicinity. He alone has lost over sixty
marketable hogs, some weighing as
high as four hundred pounds; the dis
ease as usual can not be checked by
any known means.
State S. S. Association.
L.LXCOLN. Neil, April 20, '78.
The State Sunday School Association
will hold its annual convention at
Kearney, on Wednesday and Thursday,
June 5th and Cth. A full programme
will be published soon.
S. U. Thompson-.
r rank I'ottenger hail a very nar
row escape last night; about 10 o'clock
lit' got his foot caught in a frog above
town, while a train was coming to
wards him, and only by great presence
of mind and a superhuman effort he
jerked his foot from the boot, and lay
fiat between the rails whilst three cars
passed over him, the brakes crowding
so hard as to tear off his clothing, the
wheels passing over the boot. The in
jury is rot very serious, being only a
badly sprained, and slightly bruised an
kle, but the escao; was almost miracu
lous. Original. .
If you move our Comity S:;f,
riease to ili tilt' business neat ;
IToIl your votes in (riiiek and strong.
Shout for Clory ion J and lmi.
Look out for I'lattiniotitU tricks
Mind your eye. she'll vote her bricks
Her very stones, and dogs and pig
t 11 tit what she'll spile your moving jif;s.
Xii riu'.it out hero we think. s t!ie spot
in Centre, middle, best you've pot.
'M'l 1'leasaut," Mire the names all rllit.
Here's where you want your County Site.
M'r. I'lkasast. May 1st, 187.
Saturday Inmg, May 4.
I'M AH. II. !!' 11 - .lldiiaxer.
AmiounciiiK the World - Lenowned
DUPREZ & BENEDICT'S
A "longer Corpn of Ar!It.
ComiMisi-d of FiIit I'uriv. tiled Comedian,
l-'olir Al I Klie I'ojiul if E ld Men.
I :tlil():ts l.l'O":. M' Hl l'i'''' Arties,
A " e.l-trame.l o..-a! I'uarteltr.
Jjc.nrv.i H.als .old before the Mar ( eon-e t
reilucjd to V) cciits : now o.i sale ai I'ost Oi'rk'e.
Te ac ! t e r s L a .n i n at i o a .
I. vsvii.L!-;, X::n , April , '78.
Th- following were allowed certid
c.ites at ox.imiiiatious held at Louis
ville, Sf,)-t Creek and Plattsm mtli
since le.st pub'ica! ion
Ma.-y K fi.-rts 75, L-.-
i I t'.c.vh Mrs.
Tys m S-i, 'ar-
irie Porter T , M iiuie A. I5:o.vn 7t5.
J Aaron Pur! .T 87, I.iliie i' irber 77, K 4te
j Mah.un i 7 , I.'zziu Curt.-nt 7), I'ior i
Ken aston 7i, Clinton D. Ifuhe.s 7. 1.
F. Swi!-r 71, It. K. Hughes , Mrs.
Nt. V. Wojd 7(J. l'igures in lie ite the
niiin'ier of queslions answered correct
ly. Third grades next week.
1). I). Mai:tixale.
We struck the Adah Richmond
Troupe at Lincoln Friday: or rather;
Xoiile s'.rii .-k us, at the .State Journal j
Oilicv. It scums they had to play anoth- j
er night in Lincoln to convince the
people there it was not a can-can
troupe. Noble did the fair thing and j
im ii ; -ill iii fr ir( linw it. did look.
' , , , , L
ihevhnda line audience, ladies and ,
genth-men, and we are bound to say
there was nothing obj.-ctionalle in the j
play. The ladies dnsses were rather!
short, but then it is early spring and i
short dresses are the fashion. There j
was only one bakbheaded man on the j
front seat, and that was Li-penasse. j
editor of a rural paper, from Chica- j.
go. Everybody fell in love with Adah I
at once. Old Queen Less looked just j
im. t i it , 4,.
1 '" " ' ."
uusniess noise iocioi vol ULisii'i ; la.iut
us laugh all over "sit still my hei rt."
The steamer Katie P. Kountzefrom
St. Louis bound for tl:e Yellowstone
county tied up to the wharf(?) at this
city Friday l ust and took aboard 200
tons of oats shipped to points on the
upper Missouri. The advent of a
steamer taking freight drew a good
many looker's on and the older residents
were reminded of the old paying days of
river trade, when the Missouri was the
connecting link with the world outside.
With aid from government to improve
the river and with capital invested in
t boats, the great bulk of grain could be
transported by water much cheaper
than the present rates by rail; let us
load more boats.
The following notes are taken from
I the citv Assessor's list of
the city of
Plattsmouth, Spring of 187:
j Money used in Merchandise. .
j Money used ir. Manufacturing
j No. of horses
Moneys and credits . .
Am'ts oil mortgages
Stocks or shares
All other personal property.
(Jrand total personal property S217 023
REAL-INSTATE TLATTSMOVTU CITY.
No. of horses 173
" " mules 22
" " cattle 193
" " swine 3S2
Plattsmouth city S-'O'J 326
Mickel wait's addition 200
Whites " 5 190
Townsends " 3 210
Young & Hayes " 16 075
Dukes - 6 434
Stiles " 200
Thompsons " 4 527
Stadelmanns v i 033
Total 5246 275
From the pasture on the Burrows
farm miles south-w?st of I'latts
inouth on the 2bih day of April, 1878,
two brown yearling colts, one being
marked with a white sjot in the face
something like a new moon, and the
other one has no white on it, both
brown with black legs. Any infor
mation that may lead to the recovery
of said colts will bo thankfully re
ceived at the old Burrows farm or at
the Bight Mile Grove post office. Any
one taking up and notifying the un
dersigned will be liberally rewarded
W. II. Pool,
Ctf Eight Mile Grove.
Duprez & Benedict.
Duprez & Benedict's New Orleans
minstrels appeared at the Academy of
Music last evening to a full house, and
were received with hearty and unstint
ed applause. Many ladies were
present. The programme contained
more rollicking, original fun than any
thing that has been upon the Academy
stage since Duprez last visited Omaha.
Unlike the majority-of minstrel com
panies no old worn-out jokes and an
tiquated farces are presented, but all
is fresh and as full of fun as anything
In to rich and full a programme, all
of which are excellent, we can only
mention a few features. The over
ture, which brought out the superb
orchestra and that wonderful quartette,
and those four end men who were in
describable, the Blackberry Cavalry
was exquisitely funny, Helen's Babies,
The Four Tramps, Pierson, the female
impersonator, the champion dancers
Fox and Ward, Warfield with his ban
jo, and other features went to make up
the programme. Herald.
The Herald made a short notice
of the barn of Andy Taylor last week ;
since then wishing to show a friend
what a beautiful country we had about
Plattsmouth, and what improvements
our people are making we visited Mr.
Taylor's place in person. He has a no
ble farm about three miles south-west
of town, with one of the finest young
orchards we have seen. Bis peach crop
this year wil be famous if no bad luck
happens. Everything else looks well
in proportion. Mr. Taylor is a mighty
good example of what the right kind
of man can do in Nebraska. He came
here 20 years ago, with literally no
means at all, worked on a farm, but
worked, Andy did, and not fooled
around at half a dozen things. To day
he has two line large farms, everything
that goes to make a home comfortable
and money at interest. Stranger, go
thou an 1 do likewise.
The Plattsmouth Temple of honor
,,, .,,, , t ti,. w v IM.m.li
I- rul iv PVPinin' Mav .ItL 1878. liave a
; public installation of ofiicers. The
! public generally are invited. The fol
i lovvinir programme has been reported
by the Committee of arrangements.
The members will meet at the Bodge
room at 7 o'clock sharp from whence
th"V shall proceed to the church, cloth-
! ed in regalia, where the public cere
I inony of installation will be performed
under the direction of the 1). (. W. C.
T. After the installation of otlicers
1 elect, t(. members oilicers u.nd invited
1 guests will proceed to the Saunders
, house where refreshments will be
served. They will then proceed to the
! lodge room, w litre a general go:l'tinie
i may bet xprc ed. The commit tee have
j made efforts to secure the attendance
'of Hon. John B. Finch, to deliver a
i short address, but at this time it is im-
possible to report whether lie will be
! present or not.
! V.. D. Stone 1
O. II. P.lack
O. K. Pronger I
Ii. O Neil
J. A. Connor
11. 11. Windham
Amos Tefft Lsip, called on the
IIkrald this week,
Jle Fairfield left for the Black Hills
Tuesday. Success, Josey.
II. Dubois. Esq, of Union, ealled to
see us, escorted by Dr. "Wiley.
Jno dro,)pC(l in to SPe U3
we him ;i 1Ierat or two-
Mr. and Mrs. AVm. Ruffner. of Crete,
h ive been visitins their brother. P. E.
Euffner for some days.
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; ;iiil iiiriua iiiini; iiicui, hiiu rrm 10
enjoy Nebraska very much.
Ex-Judge W. H. Newell broke away
from his farm long enough to say
"howdy" to Plattsmouth on Tuesday.
Mr. Jno. West, of "Weeping Water
called us to account for the sins of Mr.
Wheeler's new paper and found out
Uncle Stephen Ilobson called on the
TIekald last week, apples and all and
left us more happy than the proverbial
II. J. Davis of southern Cass Coun
ty, one of the Grand Jurors called on
the Herald Tuesday, to see his old
friend, boss Hathaway.
VT. R. Wiles, brother of Thos. Wiles,
moved to fllenwood Monday, where he
has bought a fine orchard farm. AVe
are sorry to lose Mr. VT. from this
I "Win. l)elesdern;er, Jr., a real good
1 looking young man from the west call
MtJ 124 j ed on us Monday. He" came to town
4 700 to see how the old county seat really
7 215 j looked.
1 055 j E. Noyes, one of the IIkrald's old
2 GS3 j friends, and a No. 1 man for all kinds
of business, drops around to see us
once more. He still hails from Louis
ville and makes the road lively where
ever he goes.
Tom Stevenson, Hon. Covell, Capt.
Mitchell, Con. Con. "Warren, lb & M.
Marquette, J. L. "Webster and a host of
other first class Lawyers and first rate
fellows have teen courting old Cass
Mrs. Messmore of Grand Rapids,
Michigan, with Miss Mamie Gibson ar
rived last Wednesday on a visit to
Mrs. R. Vivian. Miss Mamie has been
absent from Plattsmouth for over a
year, during which time she has resid
ed with her Aunt, and has grown into
quite a young lady. Mrs. Messmore,
Mrs. Vivian's sister, is the wife of Col
Messmore, editor of a Grand Rapid3
journal, and a prominent politician of
BKrOnTFU I K. K. WUITK.
Wheat. No. 2.1
Corn, helled, (new)
Barley, No. 2
Latest new tork markets
New Ioiik. April 2L
LATEST CHICAGO MARKETS.
Chicaoo. April 24
Flour 5 00''
3 Pf'!3 iM
. , . . 2 4''..J 35
. . . . 3 fl
Notes, receipts and bills for sale at
the Herald Office; also scale books
for grain and cattle dealers. 4Gtf
North side Main St., one door east
of Chamber's harness shop. Meals at
all hours. Give me a call and get the
worth of your money.
3tl3 David Cais.
The grandest bargains ever known
in thi3 town can be had for the next (50
davs 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. 0tf
Geo. II. Shafer & Co., Manufactur
ers of True Pharmaceuticals, Fort
Madison, Iowa. aitf.
DOWN WITH MONOPOLIES,
UPHOLDERS OF I1ARD TIMES.
Women's serge shoes CO cts.
Women's leather shoes 75 cts.
Men's buckle Alex 81.50.
Such prices and selection from the
Laryst and best Stock
ROOTS AND SHOE S
ever brought to town,
Call and examine before purchasing.
No trouble to show goods. ltf
Eighty acres of Land for sale, near
Greenwood, Cass County. Nebraska:
all under cultivation, good small house
and young orchard and grove Time
on two tliiids of purchase money. Ap
ply at Neb. Herald office. ltf.
-Magazines bound here.
Improved book binders at this of
AM. nervous, cxliaustiti, and oainful Uisea-c
sjn-fdily yield to the cur itive ii flaettccs of 1'ul
verniac'iier's Electric I'.cUh and I'.iiiicN. They
are s ife. Ni:iiie. ami e'.Tfi livc, and cm be e;-i-ly
iipplied !y tlie patient hiii'.-ielf. Uouk, with
full iaiiieulars, mailed free. Adi'.rens 1'i lvkii
MA' tiKi; Cai.N VNIC Co., CinciiwiKti. Ohio.
No othr medicine in the world hns
ever given siudi a test of its cnra.ive
qualities as RoMhee's Geitnan Syrup.
In twoyears three million four hundred
thousand small buttles of this medicine I
were distribute! J'rte uf chary
Druugists in this country to those af
llicted with Consumption, Asthma.
Croup, severe Coughs, Pneumonia, ami
other disease of the Throat and l.nngs.
giving the American peon!,, undeniable
proof that (!e::'ian Syrup will cure
them. The result has been that Drug
gists m every town and village in the
United States are recommending it to
their customers. !o to your Druggist,
and ask what they know uVnit it. Sam
ple bottles 10 cents. Regular size 73
cents. Three doses will relieve any
You can save a large per crnt of
your corn crop by reading "Three Blind
Mice," and following advice. 34tf
A Partner Wanted.
A man with small capital as a part
ner in the brick making business. The
brick to be made from the celebrated
Kaolin found near Louisville, this
county. It will burn white and is very
valuable. Also a moulder, one that
understands setting and burning.
J. T. A. Hoovkr.
49m3 Louisville, Neb.
Air Three R'ind Mire.
Three thousand rats : Tnree thousand rutu !
Three thv.uiaiid rais '.
See how they run ; think what they eat
Millions lo f.;ed.
T'icv all run after the far tier's wife ;
vi'ho soon put an end to their useless fctrife.,
Uy killing these eonstant pests of heriile.
By giving them "Ct uttniiinl Jiut Ex
ttnniuntor," 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
as they travel, thus leaving no telltale
dead rat to warn others from eating
Centennial Rat Exterminator. You
get l id of ervry 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
Box 400. Ft. Madison Iowa.
For pri'f? :it Dr.
l or Groceries of all kind.-? and at
tlie I.onisvilli in will rirul
me l.ouivuil.ins W1IJ nnct
n hand every day. o'2tf
A good I'ortaWe Pipe Organ, manu
factured by the celebrated I. Dennett
Nutter, entirely remodeled and good
for twenty years. This beautiful in
strument has 4 stops and 3 registers of
pipe, and for quality and power of tone
cannot be surpassed by any Portable
Pipe Organ. For particulars enquire
of S. M. lirown, tuner and repairer of
pianos and organs, Creston, Iowa, or to
dealer in musical instruments, Platts
rnoutii, Neb. 47tf.
Those wanting pension papers ac-
n W I t-l f fT1 nlu la i-nr,i.i..).nK tK.if
lias a certificate of the county Clerk
filed with the 17. S. pension Agent and
can attend to all such business. 32tf
if you want a square meal for 25 cents
go to John Leach's Restaurant one
door east of Fitgerald's Block. 52tf
Copies of the County Seat Law, at
this office. tf.
Liver is King.
The Liver is the imperial organ of
the whole human system, as it controls
the life health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper ac
tion, all kinds of ailments are the nat
ural result. The digestion ot food, the
movements of the heart and blood, the
action of the brain and nervous system,
are all immediately connected with the
workings of the Liver. It has been
successfully proved that Greene's Au
gust Flower is unequalled in curing all
persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or Liv
er Complaint, and all the numerous
symptoms that result from an unhealthy
tiiy condition of the Liver and Stom
ach. Sample bottles to try 10 cents.
Positively sold in all towns on the
Western Continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
Grand reduction in Blankets, Scarfs,
Caps etc., at Maldaner & Herrmann's.
New price, Old price.
White Bl'k'tSS 00 8- 75 a pair,
$2 25 " 3 00 " '
" 4 00 " 5 00 " "
; " 5 00 " G 00
Colored - 2 50 ' 3 50 " "
3 00 " 4 00 4 "
Horse 2 23 " 3 00 " " tf
New type new type, come in with
your jobs. tf
Caution to Smokers.
From and after the 1st day of May,
1878 all boxes containing cigars of my
manufacture will have my name bold
ly printed on the inside of the lid. This
is to prevent counterfeiting my brand
of cigars, with an inferior quality of
cigars, resorted to by somo unprinci
pled manufacturers. None are genu
ine unless plainly labeled:
JULIFS PEPPERBl RG,
M ASl'FACTf R CR,
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
Rockwell of Louisville makes a spe
ciality of teas, don't you forget it. tf
Dry Goods are one of the most es
sential things in keeping house and
ppople who want anything in this line
can find Rockwell of Louisville, ready
for sale at low figures. Hardware is
plenty, heavy, cheap and good :it
Rockwell's Louisville. 5tf
Corn and oats taken at this office on
Subscription at market rates. 41 tf
Use "Centennial Rat Exterminator."
Who would go barefooted ? Women's
shoes for 00c at Merges'. ltf
Another good farm for sale in
Cass County 100 acres; good house,
six rooms, frame stable, 123 acres
broke, line cottonwood grove ten acres,
Apply to Neb. IIkkald office.
4Utf. Jxo. A. M.vc MurumY.
For sahi, cheap. 130 Desirable build
ing lots in the city of Plattsmouth,
Title pej feet. Taxes all paid up. Terms
easv. Appiv to A. W. McLaughlin
Cas'liier 1st National Rank. 2:itf
TO TIT I
A 1 TLH'TKl)'.
Act iri.s' If, and at once procure the
fallowing irjt)ikrful Family Medicines,
I)K. FlTLKi:'s IRlhf.MATIC REMKOY
and Liver Pills, a positive, pennaneut
( iliC KM f UiiUH, Jllir UlIi.lLl.MiJ.
...... a i l. .... .i
ciaiica, j.umnago. it:ur, pain in iacK,
Head, Heart, Lungs. Limbs, Nervous,
Riood and Chnmic Dieseases. Dr. Fit
ter's Ki r Cordiil removes deposits
; M . ,.,,.. xvntM).
and strengiheus the Riad'ler and Kid
nevs. Vr. Filler's Culisami Tonic, for
debilitated constitutions, increases vig
or, strengthens the system, tones the
Stomach, and increases appetite. A
1 leasant substitute for Iron, which
constipates the bowels and destroys the
teeth. Dr. Filler's (Jtrman Ftctoral
for Lung Diseases, Bronchitis. Coughs
and Colds, a superior combination
which acts quickly and relieves rapid
ly. Your druggists. Chapman fe Glass
are agents for Plattmouth. 20-yl
Bring in your corn or oats to the
Herald office. 4 1 tf.
In tlio matter of the estate of Z. .f. Quinton. de
ee;ied. Ix-f ue A. N. Sullivan County Judge,
in and for Chm County, Xehraska.
Notiee is herehy Riven that Eliza Quinton lias
filed an application in tilt: County Court, in aiid
for Cass County, Netraka. to have Waller
Krookin ap!o;nid administrator of the estate
f Z. J. Ju:uio!i. deceased, nd naid cause is
el for heaiiiiii at t lie otliee of the Countv .Indue
in I'l t'tsmoulli. on the 17th day of .May. ISTs. at
one o'clock p. in. on taid ilayl at which time
and place all persons interested may appear
and show cause, if any they have, why the viid
Walter I'rookius should not he appointed such
ndmiulst ralor of said estate. Witness my hand
tills 1st day of M.tv, A. I). ii7S.
Gt:t a. .N. SL."Ll.lVf, Co. Judge.
No! Ice is hereby eiven to all persons having
Hccounta aa;ait!t t h estate of Math la Johnson,
deceased, to tile the irunif in the ollice of the
Countv Judue. Viattsnioutli. Cass Co., Neb., on
or before the i't;;h d.-iy of October, A. 1). lsrs.
and meet the ailniirifstrator at one o'clock p.
m. on said day. for the allowance or disallow
ance of the same.
1U A. X. Sui.i.iva:n, Co. Judge.
Notiee is hereby Riven that in pursuaiiee. of a
tleeretal or'ler made bv his Honors, j;. Found.
.Iiid.se if tlie Seeanl .tmlieial Distiiet. in and
for ( ass Co.. Neb., at liis eliambert in tlie Ci'y
of Lincoln, on Saluniav tl.e.'witli dav of Mareti.
A. I. l7.s. will ou Vei!n-day, May 15! Ii. :s7S.
:lL llit fi'iitit tliuir nf flli I'iiMi-V II.tiiK "iti tliu
' City ot I'laitsinoiith. Clin Countv. Nebraska.
; "tfer for sal at imb'ie aneltnn.at tlie hour o! !
Deft bnidei tor ea-h. all the rurnt title and in
terest of Kliza Ie l.ano, KiiH Mnrsli. and ,'aiues
I Hundy. Jr.. heir of J:inie M. Rund v, deee.tsed,
1 of Css 'onnt v. Xebrask:i. in and to the lollo.v-
! "!,r teseiiled Veal et:!te. fitnated in Cm Co..
Nt.,irilska ,.wit . Twenty-two (l".'i feet off of
the west side of lot three i3 in block forty-
nine (4:i in Weetdnir Vv'ater. Said sale wiih re
main open for bidders for tlie space of one hour.
413 .r AMKS ltlVET.
Adni'r. of tbe Est. of Jus. M. iiuuUy. dee'd.
HALE, FEED & LIVERY STABLE.
On Main street nearly opifOfite the Court
House, Plattsmouth, Nth.
The buyintr and selling of good horses made
the specialty of the business.
New Horses & Carriages,
ami ntle homes, for Iadis to drive ar kept
at this Stahl.
Also a carry nil. which n;n to the !onot. and
FARMERS CALL AND EXAMINE
j STOCK FOR SALE.
8yl E. PARMELE.
G HOC Ell IBS OF ALL KINDS.
Large stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
and lii fact everything you can call for lu
the lino of
CASH PAID KOU HIDKS AND FURS.
All kinds of country produco taken in ex
change for Rood. "'J"l
CbicaEO EnrMca & Qnincy R. R.
15 KT WE EN THE
East and West,
RunniEg Through Cais
CONXECTINC V.1TII THE
Union Pacific Railroad
FOR A I.I. rOINTS IV
M EVA DA,
'I' 11 II I' i II
C A Ii S
KANSAS CITY, TOPEKUTuHKON k S.. Joseph
Through Cars tH0UST0 lla,ul a,! ri"tl' on
Houston & Texas Central RailKoatls.
IT IS THE
West ta the East
EAST TO THE "WEST.
All information about rate of fare will be
checluuypveaby ajjt;- .
lien. Vies. 1'a.ss. At't.,
COUNTER,PlATFCRM WAGON 8JRACK
THE BESTARE- s
vlARYlM SAFE SCALETJ0
265 BROADVA Y . K
121 CHESTNUT SZPHILA. PA.
Ill SENECA ST. CLEVE. 0.
U--v?? r7?FWT7 w ....... .-..vf ,
Sole Appointing Agent for
TI.e Unrivalled 3Iasoii A. llamliu
CABINET O ROANS.
Also, the Pteek. Ilenrv F. Miller, and Haliet
Cuuiton l'miios for Cas and Sarpy coantie,
eh. Cill anil see
SAilPLE IXSTR I'M EXTS
at office. Sixth, one door south of Main St.
Tnninc anl repHiiinc: riano and Organs a
leialtv. under the skiilfnl hands nf Mr. S. M.
brown, a tunerof t iiirty-t luee years experience.
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
12 iL ES. 2H E! S 3,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Done with Neatness Dispatch,
The onlv place in town where '"TtirleVg iat
ect self adjustable horse collais are sold."
THE OLD RELIABLE
CONTl.NUOirS ALIi-IMIL KOUTEI
NO C1IANUL OF CABS!
uxi: i:oad, one mana(;ememi
:a a cx 2 smk. m m to
Ftilaaolpliia & Nev York.
;nal Slioi t 6.1 iic
VIA NEW YOrtK CITV.
Reaches all Points in Pennsylvania
and Xtw Jersey.
Pullman Palace Cars
ON ALL EXPRESS TRAINS I
Of .1 G N I F I C E X T C A 71 $
K'JVirl'FO WITH THK CK1.F P.KATKI)
WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKES
Junney's New Patent Safetjr riatform
Elegant Eating Houses
WITH AMFLE TIME FOR MEALS.
THREE EXPRESS TRAINS
1.KAVE ClMCAiO AS FOLLOWS
H.OO A. M. tjl'l'l'IAL FAST KXI-KKSS KX
With the pijntlar Vestibule Steeping Car
Reaches rittsluirti. -2 :.!0 a. in. : Il.-irri-burc.
11 A'i a. in. : I'lilladelphia, 4 :iKI i in. : New York
6 M.i p. m. : Histon. r. :l" a. in. ; Hall imoro 0 :J)
p. m. ; Wasliiutoii, y :00 l. in., next day.
5:15 I 3!. Atlantic i:x;. (Iiill.v)
With Drawiny-Hoom and Hotel Car.
Keaebes ritbutq:h, 12:1'. p in. ; Ilnrrisniirjj.
lo:.V p. lil. , I'i'.iladelpliia. :t ::?" a. m. ; New York
0 :1") a. in. ; Special l'hilailelpliia Nlci-piri? Car
on this Train, wliiHi leiuains in depot until 7 ::;i
a. in., alloiiliu l'lriadelphia passenu'ers a full
9:IO P. M.Xight Expxcepi Srituiil'y.
With Dniwiny-Iloom Sleeting Car.
Ueaclies Fittluiruli 7 ::f l. in. ; llanis!mr:r,
a ;."i a. in. ; I'.-iUniion. 7 :1" a. m. ; :isliiiu;ton
9 :(C :i. in. ; I'liiladc Iptita. s mmi . m. ; New York,
10 :3"i a. m. ; I'.oslon, S :lo ). in. Tliroitch Ualti
moie and Vv xsliintou Sleeping Car on this
KAKK ALWAYS AS LOW AS ANY OTIU'.l: LINK.
I f Tlirou :li Ticket for Sale at all Principal
roiir in Hie Wet. Ask for tln ni via tlie ! OK I"
IVAV.NK& l KNNSYIA A'MA LINK.
F. II. MY K!!S.
4Sly C.en. l'a.sg. & Ticket Agl., Chu aoo.
View of Marriage t
p354ClifWSn -ViT.TJKJ V O U I Jo to Vrd.Cilc QTi
l r : r-J J r JP h -m" of tntm au'i tn
rrft or ltrproaurnou una
'he UiEC&fcts cif Wr-men.
A bt'O (r iJ'ntt. rcir,n:d-
e at reading ItX puci, pnc
0i all fiorc-r ot aPriva' ft Nat u re arismt; Iiom Bel
Abuse. EareBfra, t.r Secret Dinisen, wuh Ui Uct
llat) Of cure, IJ4 .ii v?r pa ricf 50 C.
A CLINICALi LECTUaEon the nbov dim net n1
thoM ot tJie Tbiout und Liinf, CtarrU,Hupture, th
Opium Habit. ir., price Uris.
tiiher iKKik st-nt postpaid on r-oeipt ol pricr; or all three,
contaminc SM'a b-nitiiul.y iluit rated . .ir T j l.
AUareiXlIl.BU'xTa, .o. U N. eUi&c St. Louia, MO.
I A YF.AIU Apents wautetl. llusl
ncss lerltlnmt. I'nrr iculjirs free .
AJ Itcm J.WOKTU a: CO.. St Uuu alo.
a md Morrhlnt Iliit al-olpV!y anl r;
, no j' i 1 ti it v. i
ftTEMim V7ATCTI AM) fTMIV-
UL iieti. J. 11. Oalord & Co.. Cljii-a., Ul.
GOLD PI.ATEI) AVATCIIES. rs,.np,
In U.ti .rt4tu w.i i.l. r W Ann l ii.ii t Auk.ii,
ADLUt., A. COl'l.TLK. ii LO, Ckic.u'J, lu.
ln7 k.mt V tfr jf-
1: it. for th- , -nr of
all Iiv- of a I'rlwtle nxlurw, reiiiHo 1r"n eariy ab u4
or Iiir-rtlon " a'tiirr N mlnnl rnh iia iri-tnn.
Kmliloit Leo of .M i'tuiry , lmpulrrl tftt loft
Manhood or linpoleu-. S roa Mrhftity, iwim
iteully crf(i ; dUrvs of luc lltMllr KidlitB Uvrr.
I.nnjrx, Ath:ti, 'Mturii. I'M, ml i'LronU. ami IM !-
F4KHOt' IKMAM'S )ieM U hu tn-alitwiit. If . Oiln
has h d a litVloniij rxTriri r, and rtpr w here ot hrf fail. t
k a idtiabe of the lf rtned Frv-J. uat o nirt-nrv. Kaa lltf
Iv.v-t prvti t th V. S. I.AfMF.K rrntiirthg treatutut wr.a
prtt'Ute home an-J ir-'twi, rii ur wri'. r.' enr ronrrriciir f
pUcuU. Sfnd fifty veil for mmpli of Flyfc-r ai 1 Hp-
rnlu- of tnipiTtant ( u furiiimtir'n bv t-xpn. 4lfw.
K'-niaU II H. $6 (wr Bot. C'oiKiiltNfinn fr.
youttif and mi.l.ii urd i.f htu Fje. on all d of a fit :tt
r-uure. Valuable 'l'ie to tv ai.d lhv conwtKfiia'itif,
mwriac. Ilow to fa hetlihv nj truly b jfy in the marrUwl rr'w
tlon. Krcrybody ahwuld bet thta tKwi. Iri bO CtuU, tvtby adr
TOOF'S STANDARD RUFFLER,
For ALL Sewing Saeblnci.
The best to use and most perfectly conitrncted
E. J. T00F, "Iomestic "Building, New Tork,
or Nw IIatev, Ct.
THE LICHTEST RUH?AUCt
THE MOST DURABLE,
THE MOST POPULAR
rofeeinff 3 the latest and mort cs!rabl
It is easily ondrrgtood, make the coable.
thread lock-atiteh, ba aelf-rennlatliiT tea.
ulna and take-ap, and wfll do thtt whole -ing
of family work wit boat chaae.
The DOMESTIC " i made in the moot Tnr
able manner, with conical steel beariD- i--4
compensating journals throntrhont.
Agent fofthe " POJILSTIC" Stwla? Ma
rhiae and the " DOMESTIC " Paper Kal i -a
wanted in all unoccupied territory. AdUvv- j
j CteJiayf 17a Tcrfc
FOB THiMS AD IXFOKMATIOX AUDEr,
LF.SnOFF A IlUNX.
Morning Dew Saloon !
Ono door .nt of the Saundert lloiue. Wt
keep the bel of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
SJm'J . Constantly vu llaud.
H 5 V-. vv a j 2 st 54 s g 2s3
c ' : a
:i- ::::: . ' ,ZZ
i : : . : i-; ? 5 H
i i 5 i: r. t: J 2 j - -
. 'C i r. z - I ? v '3 t'
-Z. T i , - - - "! o 5 r T"
xr;.r.ir v. f- r. p. r. v, s f r
H - " 2 -
ir - - - - -
w e ti r s: - a aats-j S
DrVflT T7PD rnrrseven-hhot revolver witll
nflVULVlJ!l I itrjlil'ox eartndf eM. Address.
J. lioun & Son, l"..;,i l. Wood St., I'lttlbuigh,!'
flDf A TJCi?fi7ieaf htmnrnaf all U'otM-, Krhihi
UltllaWc''Oia. I.AIKSI' CATAIAMll.'U aixt
CIIICCI.AKS. with new htjlc. rMlnerl
nrireM ami niiieh informal Ion. kii t fi-i-o. MA
SON ,t HAMLIN (lUtj.V.N CO., Huston, New
York or Chie;iKo. m
10,000 AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
ijf THE CUSE AN J THE JI CURE.
I!y the veteran author, T. S. Aitnii K. TheinoKt
intense st-ny. with powerlul ai yiiineiits and
staitlmi; (noofs, ever rorntiliu'd In one volume.
The woi l. of !iirih . lie) nuitU, liielrl
al Amj lums. l uwude. etc. A iMarveloiis
hook, Kiandly endorsed hy all teinei'Hiiee au
thorities. Sale is i;ipnl. A re sit elintiee to eotu
in v. I'or extra terms. alitie-.s 111 IUIAUI
HI.'os.. I'uU.. :ui LaSnlle St.. Chleaeo. Ills. OH1C
111 HLLS, Jufi reduced 5 per cen.. are sclllni;
ANOTHER STEP III JCIEHCE.-
GniT H aiu or WHiMKr.iw clinm;-(l to a Uiffnr
ISlack hy n H-iiL'le niilicalioii of I Mm Dti. It
iinpurts a Natural Color, ne ts Iii.lnutuiieonsly.
nnd ia as Il.iruileps as ppriiig waUT. Hold by
l)ru"L'Ut, or pent hy exprc-M ou receiptof $1.
aJlUcc, 2H Murray hlrret. New rk.
PIANOS & ORGANS
rennet ion torl out tiefiit xtuek nC
5VU .i'H- mill Mi'i'ouil'liiiuil Inntrn
meiitsortlve nrst-rlavs maker, rnllv-
ananled .net cj prteeM tlutl lKI'V
Oil t'I.TITi V for HiiM rln.M or In-Klruiiii-iitN.
W ANTfll fur
H AThlW Nl I'KKIOK lil.l.l, OK
i; AS tin'l I'l AMIK llliiHrrnted 4 nla-lo-'ie
Mailed IIOIC AC'K W A I LIIH A.
.. llHiiiirnrliirei- A. Prnlrm,
Last I IthlHt., pw York. ANoUriier
al A ir for ICIMM.I.UM Crlebi u
ted I'ltKtll l .U K4..M.
Fori CASE of CATARRH that A N-
rimn's Kahk ai, ci ub for ca
: . 1 1 1 1 will mil Instantly relieve ami
"heedily eure. Hi tereneen, llemy
U ells. Ii).. Wells. Faro & Co.,
Aurora, N. Y. ; Win. Liowou. Lso.,
Me. I .it ton. ;ralit & Howen. St.
l.oui. Test iuiMiiialH and treiitlMd
I ly mail. 1'iiee. with improved
Inhaler, hi. Hold everywhere.
LLkS I'O ITLK, l'roii ietom, liorto'u Mafc.
PIANOi' VWv'rfc" w-i'rO RGAN
TTm!?A , ul i ill ii o I i t . Jt'iiirir)?'aia
renewed. (See Tiealty -s latent Newsjia per for
full reply Ment Tree. Jlefure huyiin; XlWZ or
Cr.JlT read my latent eiri ular IS'-atiy'n evleluai
ed i'ianos .'v Or.mi, li-aulifnl I'li-lrmiienls f
I'll. ilIeiiL'e l oiniiansi.n ! Itivi.ls arc jealous ot
1 1 ; ' ueeess ! Mo-.', stieci ssful liuse in Amei ien t
Coiniiieiii ed a lew yean aro it limit a dollar,
sales now nearly Vj.iT-ii.dfio annually. LowetB
pnees ever yiveu, elegant laixi-woud llanos.
I .'?. 11 s'oji h tin h ( iruans. f 1 1.1. tremend
i ft nous haru'aim now readv. AldrcMIT A D
W il Tl ZLZZ F. ZZZZI. VTulictcn, N . J. W A ti
AGENTS WANTED F03 THE a.
I'uibi aein' full anil aiithenlie accoiin t of ev
ery naliou of :Mi ient and inodrrn times, and In
eludiiiK a history of (lie ri-e and fall of th
Oleekaml 1'omaii l"ni.iies, I he growth of tlii
n a l ions of moil ern Kurope, I lie mill die atjes, t tu
eru-ade. the feudal system the leloruiolion, t h
liveovery and set tieiuent ot the New World,
It eniitaiii Q72 fine historleal entcravlnfrx ami
1 5it lare douhle olumn papes. and is the
most complete History of the W orld ever puh-li-lfd.
It sells at . inht. S'ii'1 for sjn linen a
Kes and extia terms to Agents, and seo why ll
sells faster than any ol her book. Addren.s,
National J'l'ki.imuixo Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Lounges, Tables, Bedstead
FTC, F.l'C, ETC,
Of All Desciiptions.
IflETALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sies, realy made and -ld cheap for eaili.
With many thanks for past patronage. I luvl
invite all to rail and examine my
LAK; L .STOCK OF
4'if. FlitXITI 'tK AVI C'JPFIV
I TLMHHINt; C,COl)S.
JEWELRY and H0TI01TS.
I La,ve a large stork o
't ray own make to te loed out at cost,
takea lu ex-hanc;e for
Main .Street, Coi uer of Tit th.
S ti ? " t' T V. t 2 mo
C -t; , . "sc . -i i a i. 5
r. a: i a v
5 SS--lis'SS!! 3
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