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Corrected Thursday, Januaiy 10, 18T8
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6 : X) p. in. ' !
rOU THE NY EST.
1 .- I'i.ittsnioutli lo jMi a. in. Arrives Lin-
mi, 1 j l i. ; Arrives Kearnc's, l: to p. in.
freight leaves :K a. m. Ar. Lincoln 2 :4 p.m.
FKOM THE WEST.
Leaves Kcarnev. :40 a. m. leaves Lincoln,
! p. in. Arrives I'latismouth. 3 :10 p. m
I ri'iuht leaves l.ii -cola 11 :25 a. m. Arrives
I'LUUiuouth, 4 p. ni.
:.pr( ss. C -.11 a. in."
I'a.-i.er. (train each day.i 3 :. p. m.. except
v.,tur.l:i. Every third Saturday a triia con-i.cci-.
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A. live at li :. m. i I H ,.;.H at - 3 :00 p. in.
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.1. V. MAi:-!lAU.. I". M.
Mr. M ic Dun of tlu; Watchman
:.; I ivn quite - ick.
Coon Kii'S'k-, tin- Ilrewer is put
.iiij down a i.fw ccilai o!
- 'ci iiai!, cv':ir.s loliiwis ainl liq-i.-i.s.
two stums on Main t.
1n C.eorge, five us your l'rtsy the
i ;xt tiuie. Vou'il have a"gooJ tiian'' to
. ote it then.
-ltiMUfinher Dr. chil.lknci.hfs oftlce
now in Cliaputau & .Snath's Drug
KYerj tliiin; new in tho line of
Millinery at Solomon Xathan's
Keenan & rJrace, hillianl hall, on
.Main Street, just eait of Tirst Nation-
The Johnson boys are putting a
.ew roof and other improvements on
luu Masoric Hall buildins.
Harry Ilowlar.d has a new triple
rins and is going to make a very
i..-.;.Jsome hussy cu ;l nc'vv Plan-
Weclzhaoh's new efiico looks splen
: i and he ar 1 Fre.l C.order can just
:! house together as handy.
The Woman's Christian Temper
.;.;o L'nion will meet on Tlsursday af
- ruoon Oct, Ud, at four o'clock, in the
1 . E. Church.
New poods are just rollins in
:: ."i.mon & Nathan's and they are sell
; them cheap. 20t2
A sranchild of James O'Neil, Esqr.,
':: , iir on the Iowa sido of the river
- .1 Sunday and was buried here on
-All the boys got home from "Wcep
r Water safo Saturday night. Tlie
i-;...iJ3 Nvere good and the moon shone
: ;j;lit, oh so brisht.
Ties, silk handkerchiefs, combs'
j vtlry and all kinds of fancy goods
;.ap at Solomon & Nathan's. 2Ct2
-Keenan it Grace, ales, wines and
h-.;..ors, at lo ver store, east of Post
O:,; -e, ami at billiard hail east of Bank
i.i Main St., Plattsniouth, Nc'o.
-Fred Gorder, Machinery man, has
::u;vcd into the new ollice on the cor
ner of 3d Street, v ith Mr. Weckbach
iud will hereafter be found there.
Collections on the yellow fever
r:'verers were taken up in the Fresby
teiiian end Episcopal churches rtsult
ir.T in $20 in the former and j10 in the
N .w Dress Goods at Salomon &Na
: in's, Knickerbocker Waterproofs,
ourettes, cashmeres and all the lat
i yles, more coming. Call and see
;y cheap they are. 26t2
i'eter Bates has been building r.
. :y window on the north sids of
Mikj Schnellbacker's shop. Acd Mike
n re'.v Ii.T-Ttorr.; r 'jtlt. vfj tvM
The Fair opened Tuesday with a
fair amount of entries, fair weather,
and fair prospects, It is fair to pre
sume that fair week, will be a fair
time all around.
A delegate from this town says
part of the delecation from town had
some sense before the Convention and
the rest learned sense afterwards
that's all the difference.
A runaway team on Tuesday, scat
tered things on Main St, upset two
cows, knocked tho horn off of one, and
left the lumber they started with at
the corner saloon to get a drink.
Latest Styles of Millinery at Solo
mon & Nathan's, Gilt and Silver braid
and cords, gilt woven silks, and all
the latest shapes of hats. Call and se
We acknowledge with thanks the
receipt of some very Gne game, duck,
&c, from Dr. Livingston, Sam. Chap
man, Geo. Smith and others who went
hunting over in Iowa last week.
Next Sunday is the day appoint
ed by the Bishop of the Diocese of
Nebraska to celebrate the annual Har
vest Home Festival ; St. Luke's church
will be decorated with fruits and
flowers, and special services held.
A newspaper exhibiting senti
ments of so low a standard as the Ne
braska Watchman, deserves the cen
sure of all women possessing even the
least degree of modesty, and refine
ment. Mrs. Delia Norvell.
Sam. Chapman says he has a knife
(about a yard long,) that he borrowed
of some man in Convention at Ween
ing Water and forgot to return. It is
a regular scalping knife, the owner
can hare the same by proving proper
ty and sending Sam the history of the
E. O'Neil, carpenter and joiner, is
one of those you must know to appre
ciate. Elisha is one of the boys, and a
good workman to boot; when he un
dertakes a job it is done. Now O'Neil
h.'us undertaken to help build more
houses this summer than any other
man and he has come mighty neat fill
ing the bill.
O. M. Streight took the premiums
at the Neb. City Fair, viz.. Gist money
in 3 minutes race in three straight
heats. Second money in 2:"i0 race and
first money again in 2:40 race, shut
ting " Yankee-boy" out and winning
that in 3 straight or Streight heats.
Lack of space this week prevents us
from giving details.
Rockwell, at Louisville, is build
ing an extensive addition to his stoie
and expects to put in a new and hand
some stock of goods, as soon as the
room is finished. It is going to be the
largest store-room in Louisville.
Rockwell feels sanguine of a good
trade this fall as soon as he is ready
for it. His improvements will be
quite an addition to the town.
We are requested bv the Commit
tee on fever relief fund to add to the
liitnu's of tie donors. Wm. Gilmore,
2o cents and R. Morgan, 1, accident
ally left out, while W. Blunt, 50 cents,
should have been ouitted; Lafe
O'Ncii should have been C2.0D and his
brother 2j cents. This is published
simply to correspond and show how
the money was raised and what the
committee had to dispose of.
Tlie La.lies of St. Luke's Guild
met on Tuesday last, and appointed
committees to canvass the town to ob
tain bedding and undergarments for
Southern Yellow fever sufferers. Any
not reached by the ladies soliciting,
and who are desirous of doing their
share will please send sheets, pillow
cases, blankets and any articles of un
derclothing useful in the sick-room, to
the residence of Dr. R. R. Livingston.
Half worn garments and bedding are
quite as acceptable, as all articles used
by patients have to be burned, after
The following resolutions were
adopted by the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union at their meeting
Sept., 12th, ISTe.
Whicrkas: Our brother in the
Temperance work. Dr. G. B. Chapman
has been severely and maliciously as
saulted and injured therefore.
Resulted: That we consider the
midnight attack upon Dr. Chap
man an outrage that demands severe
punishment of the offendor at the
hands of the law.
Rrsolted: Huit for this affliction,
the brother and his family have the
hearty sympathy of the members of
the W. C. T. U.
Rtsolced: That a copy of these res
olutions be furnished each of the city
papers for publication.
and busy as ever is Dr. Richey the
Chicago Dentist who will remain until
the 19th ; " a word to the tcise is suffi
is hereby given that the .September
Term A. D. 1S73 of the District Court
in and for Cass County, Nebraska, is
adjourned to the 11th day of Novem
ber. A. D. 1878 at 4 o'clock P. M.
By order of S. S. POUND.
Attest; Wm. L. Wells. Judge.
Teacher's Examination at StOTe Creek.
I will be at the Stove Creek school
house on Friday and Saturday, Sept.
27th and 28th for the purpose of ex
amining all who may apply for teach
er's certificates. D. D. Maktixdale,
Fine work Appreciated
in Plattsmouth ; you would think so
from the number of our Uest citizens
who visit Dr. Richev, the Chicago
Dentist who remains at the Saunders
IIoue until the !Pth. 2t2
Mrs. Hayes made a flying visit to
Plattsmouth on Saturday last
Mrs. John Chapman i3 visiting in P.
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chap
man. Miss Mary Ruby left ou Monday last
to take a position iu the schools at
M. II. Hathaway of this office left
for Seward Tuesday to take a few
II. C. Brome, a young gentleman
studying Law iu Hon. Sam. Chapman's
office, proposes to cast his lot in among
us for the future.
R. O. Fellows comes back to the
Herald printing shop and Nvill take
charge of one end of the machine dur
ing Mr. Hathaway's absence.
Gen. E. E. Cunningham and wife
came down to Plattsmouth on Tues
day last and Nvere warmly greeted by
their many friends here. The General
ljoks hale and hearty after his sojourn
in the Black Hills.
Mr. J. W. Moore, brother of our J.
B. Moore, of Rock Bluffs, is visiting
his friends and relative.1), here, during
Fair week. Mr. W. lives in Des Moines,
I jwa, and says he must get home in
time to hear Blaine speak at Burling
ton, Oct. 2d.
Mrs. H. E. Palmer and son returned
to Plattsmouth last Saturday from an
extended trip in Colorado, where they
enjoyed a sight of cooling snows while
we poor mortals sweltered with the
heat. They, in company with Mrs.
Hayes, were detained between Omaha
and Fremont some ten or twelve hours
by the collision of two trains on the
U. P. It. R.
Miss Anna Gyger bid adieu to our
city on Monday last, and is ere this
well on her way toward California,
where she has long been contemplating
a visit. She will be sadly missed, as
was testified to by the goodly number
of friends gathered at the depot for a
last farewell, and a last heart-fe.t
shake of the hand. The countenance
of each expressed grief similar to that
shown by her parents and hrr brothers
and sisters, who were quite overcame
at the thought of losing her. and were
only reconciled, probably, with the
thoughts that her happiness and en
joyment would bo complete when she
ha3 at last reached her destination.
Those left behind can only wish her a
pleasant journry, a happy visit, and
safe return, as scoa as she has tired of
the far, far west.
in the city or between the "ity and
Noah R, Hobbs below Rock Bluffs, a
morocco pocket book containing about
8250 in currency and valuable papers
The finder will be liberally rewarded
by leaving the same at the office of
G. S. Smith.
Lost Sept. 18th.
The attendance was not as large yes
terday, as of course is expected to-day
and to-morrow. Our space being lim
ited this week, we will give synopsis
of proceedings in our next issue.
J. 0 Newberry, Notary Public,
and Real Estate Agent, Weeping Wa
ter, Cass Co. Neb. Letters answered
promptly and all business attended to
at once. 26U
Latest Honor Paris Exhibition of 1S78
i wo Highest (Jold Aledals Awarded
to .Mason A; liamlin Organ Company.
The Mason & Hamlin Organ Com
pany have the honor to announce that
they have been awarded the first prize
gold medal at tho Paris Exhibition of
1873, for the superior excellence of
their Cabinet and Parlor Organs.
Thirty leading manufacturers of reed
organs from all nations were among
the competitors, and the various juries
who have made and ratified the award
were composed of the most eminent
professionals and experts of their re
gin addition to the above the DIason
& Hamlin Organ Company re
ceived the distinguished honor of the
award of a separate Gold Medal to the
superintendent of their factory, Mr.
W. O. Trowbridge, in testimony of the
excellence of their work in its detail
and of the completeness of their sys
tem and thoroughness of factory ap
pointment. This is in accordance with the uni
form experience of the Mason & Ham
lin Company who have been awarded
First Medals or other highest honors
at all World's Expositions for eleven
years, viz: at Paris. 1867; and Vienna,
1873; Santiago, 1875; Philadelphia.
1875; and Paris 1878.
Messrs Mason & Hamlin will be hap
py to send descriptive circular to any
Mason & Hamlin Organ Co.,
154 Tremont St.. Boston ; 25 Union
Sq., New York 250 and 252 Wabasu
Ave., Chicago. 26tf
University of Nebraska.
Instruction given in all the branches
of a liberal education. Open to both
ladies and iientlemen.
Candidates for admission to the
Pr-parutory Department must pass a
fair examination in Orthography,
Reading, Arithmetic. Geography, Eng
lish Grammar, and tlie History of the
United States. Instruction is given in
i her Arithmetic, English Analysis,
and Physical Geography, cash for a
TUITION FRKE TO ALL.
Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sep
tember 10, 1878, and ends Friday, De
Winter Term begins Thursday;,
January 2. 187'J, and ends March 21.
SriUNG Term besrins Anril 1 ani
closes on the Second Wednesday of
June, the day of the annual commence
ment. Catalogue, containing full informa
tion, can be had upon application to
E. B. Fairfield, Chancellor.
Lincoln, July G, 1877. 17m9.
Good second-hand organs and melo
deons for sale or rent low. Leave ad-
Stoves put up and blacked. Pipe
cleaned and all fixed up in apple-pie
order by Chas. BroNvn. Leave orders
at Bob. Sherwood's store. 25-tf
Go to Schlegel Bros, and get the int
tag Lorillard smoking Tobacco.
Two or three rooms to let near the
ra'lroad. Inquire at this office. 25t2
ETEIiY FA3MLY IN THE WEST.
Says Brown's If Iaclinerry and
Ginger is a safe, pleasant and reliable
remedy for DiarrJuea, Dysentery, Chol
era Morbus, and Summer Complaint.
Procure a bottle of this Celebrated
Family safeguard at once. Delays are
Dangerous. Price, fifty cents per bot
tle. Ilrown'K Vegetable Liver
IiIIs are the standard remedy for tlie
Liver and Bilious diseases of this cli
mate. A trial establishes them in tcei-y
Hrowu'S Arnica Salve has no
equal for removing inflammation and
for healing old sores and ulcers. All
of Jiroicn's Popular Family Medi
cines For sale by Dr. W. E. Donelan,
Chapman & Smith, J. II. Buttery and
O. F. Johnson.
15tf Plattsmouth, Neb.
Horses for Sale.
Jones & Stroud have 18 or 20 head
of good work and carriage horses for
The Atlanta Ga., Constitution,
Recently published a long account of
tlie destructiveness of tlie "Sherman
Rat" which is ? to 4 times as large as
the Northern Hat. On the 17th of
Sep:ember, 1877. the Manager of this
celebrated paper having tried Centen
nial Rat Exterminator says: Gentle
men your "Pizen Stuff" knocks "Sher
man Rats," still and cold.
Osage, Iowa, Dec. 20, 1877.
Star Manufacturing Company, Fort
Madison, Iowa; Gentlemen: The Cen
tennial rat poison, received last Mon
day. Wc have given three doses. On
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
nights, and we verily believe there is
not a rat or mouse left. The saw mill,
feed, custom and merchant's mills were
full of them, as were also our houses,
cooper shops, barns and hog pens.
Sirce giving them the poison they have
been running round as "crazy as loons"
and the river bank is line with dead
rats, in fact it has created a terrible
commotion among them and they have
all left, thanks to the "Centennial Rat
Exterminator." each box of which is
worth a twenty dollar bill. We will
see our druggists ami have them send
for it. Thanks, thanks. Verv respect
fully. E. M. Britts, & Co.
This great economizer for property
holders, farmers, tt al., is for sale by
druggists and general dealers every
where. Price 25 cents, large cans J?1,00
Slippers 35c a pair at Merges'. 8tf
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies Serge Shoes (30cts.
" Slippers .... 50 cts.
" " Leather Shoes 75 cts.
Shoes and Boots are down to rock
Mens Buckle Alexis 8 1
Prince Alberts 1
" Whole stock Brogans 1
These goo is and others including
a large stock of an lands
of Boots, Shoes and Slippers, must
sold. No trust.
Ctf Peter Merges.
Smoke the B. & M. in Nebraska ci
gars at Schlegel Bros.
Five pound of best rio coffee for 81
at RockNvell's lott
Send your orders for cigars to A.
Schlegel d- Bro. they guarantee satis
faction in price and quality. 14tf
Pension Papers. .
Those Nvantinsr pension papers ac
knowledged will please remember that
J. R. Toman, Notary Public, Louisville,
has a certificate of the county Clerk
filed with the U. S. pension Agent and
can attend to all such business. 52tf
Go to Jones & Stroud for a good
team just now. lOtf.
I shall be found at Fred Stadel
mann's Bakery for some time to come
for tlie purpose of settling all my bus
iness, collecting my debts and accounts
and paying my own. I want my busi
ness affairs wound up as speedily as
possible and would thank my friends
and lato patrons to come around and
help me to square up by settling all
20tf Wm. Stadelmann.
Money to Loan.
We will negotiate loans, iu Cass
County on improved farm3, on five
years time of
TEN TER CENT SEMI ANNUAL INTEREST
AND 1 AND J2 TER CENT COMMISSION
Funds obtained promptly, call on or
address Moore & Ocobock,
south side Gov't Square, Lincoln, Neb.
Caution to Smokers.
From and after the 1st dav of May,
1878 .all boxes containing cigars of mv
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 some unprinci
pled manufacturers. None are genu
ine unless plainly labeled:
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
White fish at 80 cents a kit at RorV-
nv ell's. lotf
Go to Rockwell's for all kinds
-- - -r t v a j
goods and groceries at bed rock prices.
i f0ft (U1 w?rthf Fah.i Vwv
A Gentle n Int.
In our style of climate, with its sud
den changes of temterature, rain,
wind and sunshine often intermingled
in a single day, it is no wonder that
our children, friends and relatives are
so frequently taken from us by neglect
ed colds, half the deaths resulting di
rectly from this cause. A bottle of
Boschee's German Syrup kept about
your home for immediate use will pre
vent serious sickness, a large doctor's
bill, and perhaps death, by the use of
three or four doses. For curing Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pueuinonia
Svere Coughs, Croup or any other di,
sease of the Throat or Lungs, its suc
cess is simply wonderful, as your drug
gist will tell you. German Syrup is
now sold in every town and village on
this continent. Sample bottles for tri
al, 10c; regularsize, 75c. 38tf-alt
Liver is Kin:
The Liver i3 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 luain ami 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
thy 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.
RAID on RATS.
Use Centennial Rat Exterminator. 20tf
Go to Rockwell's at Louisville to
buy your millinery goods, they have
just receivetl a large and well selected
stock of ladies hats and trimmings of
the latest stvle. 15tf
An old physician, retired from practice, har
had placed in li is hamls by an Kant India
nussonarv the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy and permanent cure for
coiiHuiiiption, bronchitiH, catarrh, asthma, and
all tliro.it and lung affections, also a positive
and radical cure fox nervous debility and all
nervous complaints, sftcr having tested it
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
cases, lias felt it his duty to make it known for
h: sufferiuu fellows. Actuated by this motive,
anil a deeire to relieve human suffering. I will
send free of charpe. to all who desire it. this
recipe, with full directions for preparing and
tisiu". in (ieriuan, French, or English. Sent by
mail by addressing with stamp, naming this pa
per, W. W. Sherar, l-t'j Powers' liiock. Roches
ter. New York. 26U
Sale of Common School Land.
Notice i5 hereby given, that on Tuesday, the
iid day of October. 1878, all the School Land in
C'as county remaining unsold, (except that
which has been leased.) will be offered at public
sale to the highest bidder, at the office of the
county Treusurer. of said county, said sale
conuuencing at 10 o'clock a. in. and continuing
until all of said land has been offered. Full de
scription and appraised value ot said laud will
be found at the county Treasurer's ofliec.
Dated at Lincoln. Nebraska, this lUth day of
September, A. I.
By order of the Board ol Educational Lands
and Funds. F.M.DAVIS,
Com'r Fublic Lands and Buildings,
J. M. Pattfkson,
County Treasurer Agent. -0ot
' District of Nebraska : In the Circuit C'ouri of
the United States, for the District of Nebraska
v. vlu Chancer
William r. Bauijovk ft al. )
FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE.
Public notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of a decree entered In the abovo cause, ou
the 17tU day of May. Ikts. I NVaton 15. Smiih,
Master In Chancery of said Court will, on Mon
day, the Uth day o"f October 1ST8. at the hour of
5 o'clok in the afternoon of the said day at the
front doorof the District Court House iu tho
City of Seward, Seward county Nebraska, sell
at public auction, the following described prop
erty to-wit: The east half of the northeast
quarter of section twelve Hi) in township num
ber twelve (li) in rauge four, east of the Ctli P.
M., being eighty acrea of land in Seward coun
ty Nebrlska. NVatsojt li. Smith.
Omaha. - ept. 10. 1S7S. Marer hi Chancery.
H.tittrooD & AMIS. 2St4
District of Nebraska, ss : In the Circuit Court
of the United States for the District of Nebras
ka. Jeremiah Waterman )
vs. V Iu Chancery.
John Massovust )
FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE,
Public notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of a decree entered in the above cause. on
the lTlli day of May 1878. I Watson H. Smith,
Master in Chancery of said Court, will on
Tuesday the 15tli day of October, 1878 at
the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said
day. at the front door of the District Court
House In the Cily of Lincoln, Lancaster county,
Nebraska fell at Public Auction, t tic following
described property to-wit : The north half of
the north east quarter of Section number
twentj'-six lu Towusiiip number seven in Uange
number seven, cast ol the ixth Principal Me
ridian, according to the Government Survey, of
tue State of Nebreska, in Lancaster couuty,
Nebraska. NVatsn b. Smith,
O.uaha, Sept. 10th, 1878. Master in Chancery,
HakwooD & Ames, Solicitors for Pill'. 20U
Notice of Assignee of his ap
pointment in Bankruptcy.
. District of Xehratka st:
At Lincoln the day of September. A. D.,
1S7S. The undersigned hereby gives notice of
iiis appointment as assignee of J utiles II. Mc
Murtry ot Lincoln in the County of Lancaster,
and Slate of Nebraska. w ithiu aid District, who
has becu adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own
petition, by J. L. NVei-.stek, Register in Bank
ruptcy for said District, J. M. Knox,
In the District Court of the United State, for
the District of XebrarJta. In the matter of C'hurico
lAxtrict of A cbra.ha, ss;
A Warrant in Bankruptcy has been issued by
said Court against the Estate of Charles Steele
of Falls City id tlie County of Richardson and
State of Nebraska in said District, adjudged a
Bankrupt upon iietition of His creditors and
tho payment of any debts, and the delivery of
any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to
him, or to his use and tlie transfer of any prop
erty by bi;u are forbidden by law A uteeiinz
of the Creditors if the said Bankrupt, to prove
their debts and to choooe one or more Assign
ees of hi Estate, will be held at a Court of
lianKruptcy to be hoIUen at Omaha, in said
District ou tlie 30th dav of September. Is78. at 2
o'clock P. M.. at the onice of J. L NV'kbstkr.
Esq., the Itegietei in Bankruptcy of said Court.
25U U. S. Marshal for said District.
In the District Court of the United State, for
the District of A'ebrosfca. In the mazier of Au
gust Aleyer liankruvt.
AiMntT or euraKa.ss:
This is to give notice, that on the "1st dav of
August, A. D.. 1878 a Warrant in Bankruptcy
was issued out of the District Court of the
United States for the District of Nebraska
against the Kttate of August Meyer of Lincoln
in tlie County of Lancaster in said District, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own peti
tion : That the payment of any debts, and the
delivery of any property belonging to said Bauk
rupt, to him, or to his use, and the transfer of
any property bv him are forbidden bv law.
That a meeting ot the Creditors of the said
Bankrupt, to prove their debts and to choose
one or more Assignees of his Estate, will be
held at a Court of Baukruntcv to be holden at
Omaha, in said District on the 23d day of Sep-
minuer, is.s. al o o ciocx, 1-. at AO. 244
Douglas Street, the office of J. L Wfhstfr.
Esq., the Register in Bankruptcy of said Court.
WILLIAM DAI LI.
35t2 U. S. Marshal for said DUtrict.
the District of A'ebraxkit.. In the matter of ili
randit AT. Strrle liiinhruit.
ut.-iru-ior i r orrMta, ss:
A w .. n ; . . i. .... l. ....... .... i . i . i ,
n. ..aiidiit iu nan i i ii uvi nrt'u issueii
by said Court against the estate of Miranda M.
til.lu .1, W..1I.. .,,. it! tw. '....n... A. DI.. 1
..vti i aiw mi iu tic viaill J 111 1. 1 1 lliir'l -
son and State of Nebraska in said District ad-
i:ion ox ner cteai-
t'i !,?: ..T',1
Lvcry of ;:r. v V i .: ,rr; v t.--i.:;;:jia to s ,i l
r:::, to h-r" c r t
any : rc:.cr:v bv
tui 'Uvz "f t!.e
i': ;'Cf.-vs rh-;r
::J,:cii I v
of Bankruptcy to be holden at Omaha, In said
District n the 30th day of September. 1878. at
o'clock P. m.. at the office of J. L. NVkbstkr,
Esq., the Register in Bankruptcy of said Court.
25t2 U. S. Marshal for said District.
In the District Court of the Unitci States, for
the District of Xebraka. In the matter of Stc
phen Urock tiankruiiL
District of Nebraska, at:
This is to give notice, that on the 3fst day or
August A. D. 1878. a Warrant in Bankruptcy
was issued out of the District Court of the L'ui
ted States for the District of Nebraska against
the Estate of Stephen Brock of Lincoln in tlie
Couuty of Lancaster, in said DUtrict, w ho has
been adjudged a Bankrupt upon bio' own peti
tion : That the payment of debts, and the de
livery of anv projierty belonging to said bank
rupt, to him. or to his use. and the transfer of
any property by him Is forbiddu by law. That
a meeting of the Creditors of the said Bankrupt
to prove their debts and to choose one or more
Assignees of his Estate, will be held at a Court
of Bankruptcy to be holden at Omaha, in said
District on the 2".tli dav of September. 1878, at 9
o'clock A. M.,at No. 24 Douglas street, al tne
office of J. L, Webster, Esq.. the Register in
Bankruptcy of said Court. William Daily,
V. 8, Marshall for said District.
In therHMrict Court of the United State, for
the IHttrict of Xebraska. In the matter of Ana
IHstrict of Xt-braska, ..
This is to give notice, that on the 31st day of
August. A. D.. 187S a Warrant in Bankruptcy
was issued out of the District Court of the I til
ted States for the District of Nebraska against
the Estate of Asa Emerson ft the county of
Johnson in said District who has been adjudg
ed a Bankrupt upon his own petition : That the
payment of anv debts, and the delivery of any
provcrty belonging to said Bankrupt, to him, or
to his use. and the transfer of any property by
him is forbidden bv law. That a meeting of
the Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove
their debts and to choose one or more Assignees
of his Estate, will be held at a Court of Bank
ruptcy to be holden at Omaha, in said district
on the 27th day of September. 1878, at 4 o clock
P. M., at No. 244 Douglas street, at theoftice of
J, L. WmwTKii. Esq., the Register in Bankrupt
cy of said Court. William Daily.
2it2 U. S. Marshal for said District.
In the District Court of the United Statft. for
the lUstrict of Xehranka. In the matter of J ohn
athan HUiginn liankrwpt.
District of Xebraska, ss.
This is to give notice, that on the Slst day o.
August A.D.. 187S. a Warrant in Bankruptcy
was issued out of the District Court otjhe
United States for the District of Nebraska,
against the Estate of Johnathau Hig
eins of Howard in the county of Nemaha 10
said District who has been adjudged a Bank
rupt upon hisown petition : That the payment
of any debts and the delivery of any property,
belonging to said Bankrupt, to htm. or to lus
use. and tlie transfer of any property by rum
are forbidden by law. That a meeting of the
Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their
debts and to choose one or more Assignees of
his Estate, will be held at a Court of Bankrupt
cy to be holden at Omaha, in said District on
the 24th dav of September. 1878. at 2 o'clock p.
m . at No. 244 Douglas Street, the office of J. L.
NV fbstkh, Esq., the Register in Bankruptcy of
said Court. William Daily
2M2 tT. S. Marshal for said District.
In the District Cmirt of the United States, for
the IHitrirt of Xetraka. In th matUr of Sam
uel Ij. Arulerson llankrupt.
District of Xebraska, ss.
This is to give notice, that on the 31st day of
August. A. I).. 1878, a Warrant in Baukmptcy
was issued out of the District Court of the
United States for tlie District of Nebraska
asrainst the Estate of Samuel L. Andews of
t'Vete in the countv of Saline In said District
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own
petition : That the payment of any debts, and
t lie delivery of any property belonging to said
Rstukmnt.. to 111 111. or to his use. and the trans
fer of any property bv him are forbidden by
law. That a meeting of the Creditors of the
said Bankrupt, to prove their debts and to
choose one or more Assignees of his Estate, will
be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be holden
at Omaha, in said District in the 24th day of
September, 1878. at 9 o'clock A. M., at No. 214
Douglas Street, the office of J. L. Wkrstkk
Esq.. the Register In Bankruptcy of said Court.
25t2 C. S. Marshal of said District.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by Wil
liam H. Hoover. Clerk of the District Court
within and tor Nemaha County, Nebraska, and
to me directed. 1 will on the "tli day of October
A. D. 178, at 10 o'clock, a. in., of said day, at
tlie south door of the Court House in Platts
niouth, in said County, sell at public auction tlie
following Keul Estate to- wit : The south haif
(s. ) of the south west quarter (s. w. U) of Sec
tion number twenty-eight (2S) in Township
number ten (10) north of range number nine (0)
east containing eighty acres the same being
levied upon and taken as tlie property of Josh
ua P. Burdick and Debora Burdick, defendants ;
to satisfy a judgment of said Court, recovered
by George NV. Keed & Company Plaintiffs.
Plattsmouth, Neb., August 2-.)th, A. D. 1P78.
R. NV II vers. Sheriff.
23t3 Cass Co. Nebraska.
L L rt. T
LI V FRY, FEED AND SALE STA
BLES. Corner 6th and Pearl Sts.
HORSAS BOARDED BY THE
DAY, WEEK, OR MOTU.
SOLD OIR. TBADBD.
For a Fair Commission.
TEAMS AT 4LL HOIKS.
Particular attention paid to
Driving and Training
Also A hearse furnished when c a
MONTGOMERY & SON'S,
One Door East of Dovey & Son's.
MAIN STREET., - - rLATTSMOUTH, NEB.
We Pay Cash for Produce!
F. S. ECK0LS.
At Louisville Neb., call and exam
ine the stock. 171y
KEEN AN & GRACE.
Retail Lipor Dote
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
PLATTSMOUTH - - NEB.
Also Billiard Hall and Saloon on
Main street, four doors from Sixth at
Neville's old place.
Store and saloon on Main St. two
doors east of the I'ost office.
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS, ALES,
WINES, dC, AT BOTH
.ae and 2Ia?-.
Store opposite Saunders House.
Main St, IMaltsmoutb, Acbr.
CMgeeq Bnrlinstou & Qnincy R. R.
RunniDg Through Cars
CONNECTING WITH THE
Union Pacific Railroad
FOR ALL TOIN'TS IX
X EVA DA,
THROUGH C A K S
KANSAS CUT, TOPEKA,ATCHISON k St. JosepH
Through Cars to20UST0Naud 4111 Poi,,tsou
MIMSOl'RI, KASHAS dL. TEXAS.
Houston & Texas Central Kailltoads.
IT IS THE
EIBECT laOTJ TIE
Yf&st tQ the East
EAST TO THE WEST.
All Inf irmation about rates of fare will be
ch'jciiuliy given by aninyniR to
I). YV. HITCHCOCK,
Ocu, NVcs. Pass. A't.,
C? H U O V V V V
-- - - C x- 5 - .
'.' L rt
; 1 xJs
r I J: ar. J
f- . i. :
w mi 1
3 ? i.
r. -r. 5
i S S J K K
i 5 5 2 -
K fs; r'
In Plattsmouth, Neb., on Fourth St., about the
MIDDLE OF TnE BLOCK,
you will find :
Corn Planters, (Iiand &. horse)
and all kinds of Farm Implements and
Shelf Hardware, Tin Ware, &c, &c.
Hungarian and Millet.
Seed for Sale
COLD PLATED WATCHES. Ch-it
lu Uie kbovn .or.il. S.Mria W tcw I'k.k to A.um.
lUilL, A. COb'LTtK A CO. Cuiw, lu.
Viexy of Marriage ?
A Quid to Wed:uclc and
'-unfttiiitial TrttiH on in
duties of marriag and tba
cauaetthat utiflf ttiriC: tt se
cret of Rprodiict1on and
In. Uieen.ee of Women.
I A book for private, consid
erate readiBjc- 2U) pafte, prica
A ffilWAI EMtDICAL ADVISER! .
On all dianrdtr. ol tTriraw Natar truing from 81.
i n .
Abuae. Exeessea, or Secret rjiaoaae. WU& tha beat
neaiie of cure, ;srenje. price AO cts.
A CLINICAL LECTURE on the a bo re disease and
fboeeof UieThroaAand Lungs, Catarrll.Buptiiro. Ui
Opium Habit. ac. price iOci.
Luh.r book sent posipaidon receipt ot price: or all thro,
onfaininir VJf beautifully u;ustra:n. lor 76 eta.
JUldi &. BOUTS, 12 N. Ui a. BL. Lou:, Xo.
ate Ho.pt ud.
List v aMi.g-r-1.
t at. xtrn..
Is f" tu. cur. f
ft I DiHMaM of m PrlTatte uiort, fnultinr trmn early tfcb
r:m1io UMvfHrnorN, lianatlrrd lbt
Manhood or lnpelenfi, Nrrtoii iN-bllltj, rrrrnar
ttenlly cured ; 4iaeM of tt BladSer ik. Idary 1,1 rr,
I.anr, Anhrti. f'varh, tfl. all b.i.ic Oianam. and IUH
F f".fc!4 iOT fKJJALFA jli to bu trtruuMOU Ir. Om
bit bad ft titVIooc xixrUeoc mud cvrm mltmn t-itm fail. H
k m frwlumtai of Itm ItrTurtnod S hol nMs mef urr. i.M tit
lanral nrmi-tir la xitm V. S. LA IHEtt recnirinc ttvmiawnt with
pHmtc borne an.l board, or mnim. Every coDmrtio U
patieou. SeoaJ fifty rwnto for MiTtpl of Rubber xm1 .n4 rir
rjlar of fmportaiit lnformtifn by txpnmn. AIC OX,lA't
rmahf fllU. $5 per Box. ConuItation frea.
MAEEIAGE GUIDE f;.
youiafr mad miti-ii metd of both Ses o all dMatn of a privrat
Blure. Valoablo aivire tn the inamcd mod thorn rooteinptatittg
niamava. How be healthy and truly h. prij in th ruarriajd reiar
ik-q. Evmrftody tiiouiU gai Ukd bocal Iru 50 atuk to may mdr
A YEAR. Aarents wantesl. Lugl-
Asilraaa J. WORTH CO . St Lonia. Ha.
tr 1 J SZS -"' "',ivt:-...t.
f X - .
iJ' V t::::t?3 ;.t lit.
Retail price flooo only 17!.
Parlor Or;;xni. prle Ji(i
only St:ir. Pnuer free. D:in-
"iel Ceiitty Wiwhiiigton.Ji. J
A lA V A rent's, I'roflt rmvaiiti
fitr Xassau ll)),t. (umiitle free. Fretl
Jones, NiiKsau, N. V.
The (inly eoniliinntinn f th
I rue .lanuilea Ulniter wit h cbl'-e
Animal ! ami French Kraudy
Ifur t'holers. C'linlera Morbus,
fruiiipH hiuI l'lilna. Diarrhoea
lnii.1 Dysentery, DvHpejila. Fla
ttileiirv. Want of Tune and A
itlvlty in Hie Stoinnoh anil How
ieN, uU itvolilini: the ilnucursuf
it 'bailee of Water, Food aud
Climate. Ak fur
i8ASKniH J amaica Oistasa.
SPECIAL OFFERS FOR
We publish a book of li Paire RN'o. (no advfr
tUlnu) a;lvliijr leril offer! for tilvfr
tlin nil orr I lie cnunlry. Prle
lower than ever offered before. The
last edition sent post-paid on the reeeipt of V
cents by DAl't.'H V A CO.. VruiterV NVarehou.w
and Advo'tlsinK Agency, 119 Fulton fit., N. N.
AwjrJril 'u "t f"M at C'eiiU-i.iiial r.ipyins
cAr..;..c;il ami ts.r leni nn.l i.u.v.y tT
aff f rirttuniMt on.1 dir.i. Tlie be.t tnbaata
,r m U. A. ir blue .mp n.le-maih lecloeelf
luiltate'l nul l""- lt. see thai .i-fn-s hmt U
one.erTl.lm. Sol.l ! al I -al.Ts. ren'l ..r saanp.e.
.I'jutuiaU., Uli,, leleiataij. Vs.
tree, w v .
I'arHona' lursntlT ViWn make New
KU-li lilood. will eouipU-teiy -h;uu: thtr
Mood in the en! Ire svtcm in three inoi.t lis.
Any liri.011 who w.ll take 1 pill eaeh nlRlit froni
1 to li et-k may be rertolfil to sound henlth.
if such tlmu; be possible. S.mt by niiill for 8
letter stamps. I. H. JU11.VMOX at. CO.,
Marshall & Son's.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
WEEPING WATER - - -NEB
A new and full stock of
EASTERN WOR1C NOW IN,
call and examine. We make and sell
boots and shoes at the lowest casli
After a number of year experience
Boot .Hid Shoe Busines
we think vre know what the people
need. Give us a fair trial any way.
Marshall & Son.
33. .A. NOEL.
DllY GOODS. GHOCEIHKS.
Ll FtfN'SNVAKK. CUTLERY.
TIN" WAKE, P.DOIS. BllOK.
AND NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS.
Prints 10 to CO yards for 81.00.
Coffee, 5 ll.s for S1.00.
Tea, 40c to 1.00 per lb.
Peaches, 12 lbs for a 1.00.
Snsar, 10 to 12 ll-s for 1.00.
Cheese T5 to 20 cts per lb.
Pears, o lbs for ."?1.00.
Prunes, lbs for 81.00.
JJeans, IS to 20 lbs for 81.00.
Greenwood, Neb. lay
BLA CK83II TU
All kinds of
Neatly tt- Promptly?
Horse, 3Iulc& Ox81iocin?r
In short, we'll shoe anything that hay
four feet, from a Zebra to a GiralTu.
Come and see us.
on Firth St.. between Main and Vine Street",
just aeross the corner from the KW IIKUAI.J
Lounges, Tables, Bedstea &
ETC., FTC, ETC.,
Of All Descriptions.
2ET ALLIC BURIAL CASES
Ol all sizes, ready made andsold cheap for cash.
With many thanks for past patron e. 1 Invl
invite all to c;ill and examine my
LAKGE STOCK OF
40tt. ll'RXTI HK AM COF fN
FURNISH IN G GOODA
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Large stork, of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
and in fact everythrtif; you can call lor ia
the line cf
qas.ii Vim-it roii in L'i-i ;.:Vj y:i.s.
i A Mrs VtZIVAZ,
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i -rs c.
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f ill lio '.-i uf-1
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