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n:ni tmk wkst.
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: :ivms Lincoln 11 ::) a. in. Ariives
III. :) p. r.l.
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; r, (train each day) ."5 :M p. in., except
r.vrrv third Sal unlay a train cm
: lo u.Miiil time.
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AVINC FLATT-iMOFTII AT P. :art 1'.
. .time 111 Sr. Lt )ITS tin- net even ili at
t leaving St. Linus ;:t s :'-!0 a. in., you a.r-
l.ii Ismoiit Ii ;) tin- in't inornii.'.
Ticket for sale for nil points North,
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(.':. i t! tables of e-etioii for .sale.
ve hr. Clutter's new card di'iitUl.
-The Crand Jury r. ;is dismis.sed
- lbiv the this '-tvk with
i. e fit!' e!:';i-ial tab'e of ehtii.ni.
--See Ad. of s!.e'ian.hi:.h Xmseiies
m aiii't!.. r eobr.. Mr. Kiu Agent.
uiir I'tlk i il table this wei-k and
;"iyc a:iy e. i i ei t iw! i tl;.tt are made
: rom 1 i..t week's tally.
S-e the notitesi'l' .t. Nicholas. The
- ;in. Prank Leslie's and other papers
the -5th page of this paper.
--A nv amount of friendsof the ITki:
ai.i. attending Com t, culled i p this
vv i-k. We can't i t member all thoir
Chap. man smith are busy un
packing an exceedingly large stock of
Chiitma.j goods. Something for
Our news-room has this wee k been
graced with the beaming countenance
of Master Talbot Dakin, from Decatur,
lie will start his little ponus for home
We would call atte-.itL n this week
to Dr. Clutter's new card. The Dr. is
now perma-.Miti.loc;ued with us, and
we would advise all wishing dental
woi k to call on hiui.
Two dead hogs lay in the creek
north of the Main SI. bridge, near 5th
St. We suppose no one has any right,
mor.ey, authority or business to pull
them out and bury them.
This is the season when we sing:
Life is real, life is earnest and things
are not what they seem.
It's a little too early for oysters; and a
little too late for cream.
Prank Skinner sends us his open
ing card. Nov. Cih he opened out a
new stock of jewelry, plated ware,
locks, 0., and invited all his friends.
We couldn't conp Frank, but yo-kin"
send our repeater by express.
Mr. King of the Shenandoah Nur
series, has just left us for a short time
to get. his winter business fixed up so
4ie can return about the Holidays and
take orders for trres, shrubbery and all
s-orts of Nursery stoc k He will can
vas Sarpy as well as Cass county next
year. See his standing Ad. in another
Our town continues to grow bigger
and more of it. Jim Grace has built
;i very nice house over on the hill
south of town, above Sam Chapman's.
Dick Streight is building Sou. 11 of the
barn. Anew house, over on Episcopal
hill. One near Lenhoffs brick yard.
Dan Wheeler is building a new barn
nice one-Mr. O'Xeil, tho Carpenter
has put an addition on the old S'hafer
building and there's lots of other new
" housen" and things which we shall
vciice as soou rs vr e get dote courting.
Px-Jude Xewcll, lias been in town
Mr. ami Mrs. fJeore Foster returned
to Plattsniouth on Monday, fur ashoit
J. C. Curamiiir. Px-Treasiucr for
Cass county, is in town, couilin the
Prof. Simons came up from Nebras
ka City .Saturday and remained over
Jul-o Pound cf this distiict arrived
Monday afternoon nnd opened-Court.
The Judge grows in grace and propor-
tions and in the woids of Samuel Vel-
lur u.s he gets vider he gets viser.
Mr. and Mr.-,. Chas.lt. Dak in. of IJurt
County, came dow n to visit the chil
dren hut week and this. The IIf.i:at.i
welcomes them, only remarking it is
not such a bad case of mother-in-law
as we have heard of in the papers. Wo
think considerable of Ihe "old folks."
Whether they reciprocate is another
City Meat .Market.
Pickler Pros, are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of fresh meats and fowls,
livery one know s where the market is;
call at once.
Another car load of prime eating
and cooking apples this week at P. S.
A. CIiriCKSHANK & CO.,
Importers and retailers of
1KY GOODS AND MILL1XKUV,
Offer the most attractive Fall and Win
ter stock ever shown in Nebraska.
Ciuiuets Iilack Silks of our own impor
tation, S1.00 to $3.00. Silk and Wool
Dress (loods. Plaek and colored Cash
meres ."9e to SI. GO.
I.ADIF.S CLOAKS AND CIKCULAKS.
We have largely increased this de
partment ami will duplicate eastern
prices. Heaver Cloaks from S2.50 to
S IO.00. Matelasse Cloaks from S".00
to SOn.OO. Cloaks or Circulars will be
sent on approval to responsible parties.
Lf ul hs in th.fi habit f fundi ny East fur
. (Jo'xls art p-irti'-vhirhj rcj'i'Sted
to jif! ns i trial.
:j.itf. A. CUl'K K-IIANK & CO.
J!ememb -r the place to procure your
'liinksgiving Turkey's is al O'Neill
i Mai this'.
. A puis. A puis." Hull bar'l appuls
-Vit Prank Whites', come and buy.
Those wishing Oysters can obtain
them by the can or dish, of the hist
brands, cheap, at Henry Thicro'.fs, t wo
doolS cast of the 1". O. iSUf
Tomorrow there will a: i i v e anol her
id of appbs, at Pranli While.-.'.
Want some wood.
Want some corn.
Want s in:' oats.
Want some money.
All on sub. Come now.
Among the Attorneys p.esent ::t
this term of (Viiit are Mayor Tom Ste
venson. Neb. City; IIj:i. T. M. Mar-
pielie, (in and ol'f lib" k ;l..sh as usii.-.l ) ;
T. 1. Wilson, of Ashland; Mr. Hart. of
Council Hluffsjand Hon. P. (laylouht f
Omaha; Cove!!, of Neb. City; Fox wor
thy, of Lincoln.
The names of the; Petit ami Grand
Juiies have bi i: published before but
as Court was adjourned perhaps our
read. rs void 1 like to see them again.
t::i: .n;m us aim:, I'ktit,
W. W. Cairo!, Cov.r ad Meisinger,
C. A. Huiiton,
W. T. Cannon,
A. P. Cox,
W. L. Atherton,
II. L. Cljpp,
.). W. Shannon.
W. II. Newel
W. J. Monive,
J. II. Huttery,
J. A. MaeMurphy, X. Jean,
G.W. Thomas. Sylvester Johnson,
W. II. llobson, II. W. Gilbert.
: HAND Jl'KV,
.1. C. Cummins. J. P. Young,
C. P. Pouhs,
G. V. Shrader,
D. M. Pamsey,
A. W. White,
C. P. Moore,
Jacob Vallery, Sr.,
Pi auk Stander,
J. D. Haily,
II. A. Ashmun,
II. II. Timm,
J. W. YanHuskiik,
Jas. Vv'. Thomas.
)"Neill vc Marthis keep four men bu-
:itl t lir t i mi hiiteheriiir iind niakinrjr
See K. G. Dovey A: Sons assortment
of Lady's cloaks before purchasing
Vll kinds of the very bust meats at
The best and cheapest place to buy
your bob lay goods, is at Oswald
P. S. White is looking for another
! clr load of those fine Michigan apple's.
Don't fail to be on hand.
is now getting his Holiday Stock on.
Violins, Guitars, and French Harps fur
sale in great variety. Jewelry in all
grades. Clocks, Watches and orna
ments of various kinds. Go to Schla
ters and see for yourselves. Good
goods, fair prices. ' 34 1 2
Wanted: A ork in a printing of
fice in this State. Have worked two
years at the trade. Address E. May
field, Plattsmouth, X'eb. 34U
A nice assortment of Pepellents
Cashmeres, American Dress Goods,
Ties, Pitching, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Scarfs, Ladies and Children's Hosiery,
Felt Skirts, Sec, Ac, at
E. G. Dovey & Son's.
Pockvvell. of Louisville, has just fin
ished his new store, SOxS-, w hich he
has full of new goods. He sure and
give him a call we know you will
buy if you do, for he sells Very cheap.
Itockwtll has a full line of Grocer
ies. '- -'tf.
Tdr. Jlorrisoa's lloat.
The curious and novel experiment i f
Mr. Prank Morrison in the boat line
was tried last week.the boat moved up
to the Hayou, and thos j who saw it
feel confident of its success. In connec
tion with this we print the following :
A tumors MACHINE.
A curious machine h;is been invent
ed by Professor Ualsamo, of lAcce, It
aly, bv means of w hich vessels are to
be propelled at will in any given direc
tion without resource bcimr had to
screw or rudder. The efiicieucy of this
new piopeller has been tested by means
of a miniature ironclad to which it
was applied. Though small, this ves
sel, constructed by the Professor him
self, was modeled on the type of the
largest ironclad a:loat, and was fur
nished with furnace, cylinder with pis
ton, steam condensator, feeding pumps,
etc. The secret of the new propeller
is not disclosed, no further clew being
given than that its aim is not to allow
the c4Kii:oor the vessel to be illered
in virtue of the passive lesitance of
the surface of the rudder, but in virtue
of component motive force." varying
according to the resultant motion re
(paired, thus utilizing nearly the whole
live force developed by the engine.
There Prank, you don't use big words
enough, if you would state that the
circumambient fluid which accumu
lates in the periphery of the cylindrical
space approximate to your boilers was
moved by the force of genius and util
ized as a resultant motion, you would
have a big thing.
Yankee I'ohinson at Des Moines.
(From tlie Iowa State lister. Soy. 3d, 1ST3.
Yankee liobinson, with his trained
company of artists, made a second
appearance at Moore's Opera House last
night The play rendered, sports the
unadorned and suggestive tide of -'Sas-sacus."
and if it was spelled "sassy
cuss," would come very near giving a
reason for its name. Tho play is a cu
r'ous creation. It really has a plot, af
ter all, although melo-drama like it
usually manages to shullle along and
off without any well defined plot to
keep the spectator in wonder. The
play of" Sassacuss" is one of those cu
rious compositions which mingle in
strange and startling contrasts the
comic and tragic, and in which the de
scents from tlie sublime to tho ridicu
lous are so sudden as to almost bewild
er the spectator.
We should not forget the singing by
the Jay Hrothers. Those w ho heard
them last night will want to hear them
again. To those who have listened to
them we are willing to leave the ver
dict to their merits. "The Minute Gun
at Sea." as sung by them last night,
took on new beauty as a song. The
loud encore and repeated applause the
bioth'-rs received were merited.
A criticism upon the performance
hist night l;as not ben attempted here
to any extent. We do not desire to
unduly Hatter the performers, but to
sav the' all did creditably will not be
saying too mu-:h. The company is a
strong one, and is w orthy the public
We publish tlie above lengthy com
mendation of the famous artist who
with a till'-' troupe will appear at Fitz
gerald II i' next Monday and Tuesday
evenings. Nov. Fih and 19th. and com
mend its perusal U our readers who
arc fond of amusements of a legiti
mate :'Oit .
Pes tved seats will be on f.a'e at the
P. O. News Depot, and ea.t be secured
without extra charge. After tlie dia
gram go s to tie hall for each even-
no more seats will be sold.
YV ;!::"!. r.R COOK -Al 1l! lf-idtl.ee of tlie
:t 's fatlo. r ia I Uit-aioiith l'li c.ra-r. Nov.
.',1 ; iiv the rniiiitv .liu!:''. Mr. Wm. I.
'it ;-. :-:i". ki: and Mi 1 i;v o"K, all Cf Cass
l o'.intj. .::. - tl appy i'o.:de."
tin says i'.ic .'liilff, isial wc'fj htiad to lake
Lis v.-o.-l tor it. 'l ac 1 1 i-.Ji A i.; ie; taioly wi .lies
them liappiiitri--. lana life ami prosperity.
I.F.WIS Sf'Iin.OKF- At tlif iesii,oe of the
inaie't pii. nt;. l.y !:ev. Fa'l.cr l.yneh. 0:1
'lloirvl.iv Nov. Titi. IMS. Mr. Samoi:: .
l.i wis a'ad :ti .s l.i.Ki 1 r. M. hci.n."i k, all
of Cass Loiiaty. Neti.
The !!i::: M' returns thank for some cxoel
h at i i ide-.s ca'.ce from tTlhrr printer Seimhitl',
ami v.c 1 .raestly v. ha the l:i:tn:e l lif.: of this
youii im;:;iV may he as happy as heart cou'.d
fOOK COOK -Saturday evening. Nov. ?. 17S,
at the ivs-idrr.ce f the hridt-'n Mother, in
Flat fsmouth, Iiv A. N. Hidiivaii. Counlv .Indue.
Mr. tiKiiKi.K Cook, lo .Mi.s Akcik Cook, ui!
.l Cass County.
We lielieve thai mairine was eooked up ho
forehand. Certainly the newly wedded pair
011-l t to live v.ed. afid there'll l e r,o trouble
about the master of the home kissing the Cook,
we .shouldn't think. Then then; are other
thoaulit let's see Cookies ! Didn't. w e used
to I:ko Yin. They can have Cookies any time.
a. v. t i.i TT;:.
IMut tiiioii t a, Vrbraskn.
' Office on Main Street over .Solomon ::nd Na
thaus Store. 3i:y
X. U. tVILSOS.
ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Praeliee in S; 111
tiers and Cass Couuties. Ashland, Nebraska.
Cheaper than the Cheapest,
JVYr r Und I
in Loots and Shots at Meuues. 31tf
A Schlogel & Pro. have on hand the
best brands of Smoking and Chewing
Pemeinber that for boots and shoes
Rockwell cannot be beat in price. He
has a large assortment. stf.
A fine assortment of Plankets at
2;tf E. G. Dovey ic Son's.
Pockwell keeps clothing and gent's
Go to Schleg-1 Pros, ami get the tin
tag Lorillaid smoking Tobacco.
Pockwell lias just received nine
chests of ihoie teas, which ''.e sells at
front 2octs to .l per pound. The best
bargain in teas you ever saw. 2Sif.
C'"i flllfi fi) ml Will "f l'AI'-M FKi'I'leK
J3 J.Mft.l F ai,H' ,-;. he saved by usiiig
l'-i'.in i. rt,:rmiu.tui. '-''if
We see that Merges got the premium
again at the State Fair on his own
work for beauty and durability. He
really does make fine and geod work.
Send your orders for cigars to A.
Schlegtl tC- Pro. they guarantee satis
faction in price and quality. 14tf
Tlilrt j- of the le5it oran makers of the
World are rompetit"ts. at the Pari Kositioii.
a ealile d ispat eu t the Assseiated l'rei-s says
two highest jjoM medals have been awarded to
the Aaiericari makers. Mj.s. ii & Hamlin.
Smoke the P. & M. in Nebraska ci
gars at Schlrgcl Pros.
Proposals for Grain.
im:adqi:s. dept. of the platti:. f
Chief Quartermaster's Ollice,
Omaha llki., Xcb., Nor. 4, 17S. )
Sealed proposals in triplicate, subject
to the usual conditions, will be receiv
ed at this office, until 12 o'clock, noon,
on Wednesday, December 1. IsTS, at
which place and time they will be op
ened in the presence of bidders, re
furnishing and delivering, in quanti
ties as required up to June 30, 179, at
Omaha Depot, Nebraska, or at stations
on the Union Pacific liaihoad east
fiom Kearney Junction, ow, nillion (1,
oon.nooi pound? Out, and tiro millions
-2,0o0 ,000 ) jiottnds Corn
Proposals for quantities less than
the whole requind, will be received.
Preference will be given to articles
of domestic production.
Tlie contracts will be let with the
provision that Lie quantities contract
ed for may be increased or reduced one
third by the Chief Quartermaster of
the Department, at any time within
sixtv davs afterdate of contract.
Hids should state the rate per 100
pounds, not per bushel; should state
the year in w hich the Corn proposed to
be furnished was grown, and should
Ik; endorsed on envelopes, "Hids for
The right to reject anv or all bids, is
reserved. M. I. LUDIXGTOX.
33-It Chief Quartermaster.
Good second-hand oneiANs and melo
deons for sale or rent low. Leave ad
dress at Mr. O. P. Johnson's Drugstore
cor Oth and Main Sts.
Dtf. Dealer in Musical Instruments.
Foil Sale. A wire plant stand
with trellis, at a bargain. Inquire at
the IIekald ollice.
Hoot and Shots Cheap,
call ami examine prices at
Ladies, Gents and Children's Under
wear, Cotton Flannels, Ped Flannels',
Linsey and Jeans, at
E. G. Dovey & Son's.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
31tf at Mekoes'.
Pockwell keeps hardware and
queensware. and by Jove he keeps ma
chine oils too.; and I declare, he keeps
patent medicines also, so there is no
use of staying sick. -Stf.
Those wanting pension papers ac
knowledged will please remember that
J. P. Toman, Notary Public, Louisville,
nas a eertiiieato of the county Clerk
filed with the U. S. pension Agent and
can attend to all such business. 5"2tf
At llockwell's, a very full line of Mil
linery goods of the very latest styles,
such as flowers, ribbon.', plumbs and
tips, silks, velvets, lady's ties, bonnets
and hats, an-' many other little novel
ties that cannot be had at any other
place in town. 8tf.
You can save a large per cent of
your corn crop by reading"Thrci. Plind
Mice," and following advice. 31tf
15 Ail) on PATS.
Use Centennial Pat Exterminator. 20lf
A b'entle Hint.
In our style of climate, with its sud
den change's of temperature. rain,
wind and sunshine often intermingli el
in asimzle day, it is no wotidcr 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
Iloschee'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, Pneumoniu
Scvcie Coughs, Croup or any other di,
sease of the Throat or Lungs, its suc
cess is simply wonderful, as your drug
gist will til! you. German Syrup is
now sold in every town and village on
this continent. Sample bottles for tri
al, 10c; regularsize, Toe. S.Stf-alt
Latest Honor Paris Inhibition of 1S7S
Two Highest ;h! Mela Is Awarded
to Mason :i Hamlin Organ Coitijiaay.
The Mason '& Hamlin Organ Com
pany have the honor to announce tiiat
they have been awarded the first prize
trold medal at the Paris Exhibition of
lisTS, for the superior excellence of
their Cabinet and Parlor Organs.
Thirty leading manufacturers of reed
organs from all nations were among
the competitors, ami the various juries
who have made and ratified the award
were composed of the most eminent
professionals and experts of their re
In audition to the above the 31 a. son
& CKaciilin 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 detail0
and of the completeness of their sys
tem and thoroughness of factory ap
pointment. This is in accordance with the uni
form expel ience of the Mason & Ham
lin Company who have been awareled
First Medals or other highest honors
at till World's Expositions for eleven
years, viz: at Paris. 1807; and Vienna,
1873; Santiago, lS7o; Philadelphia,
lb To; and Paris 1S73.
Messrs Mason & Hamlin will be hap
py to send descriptive circulars to any
3iason & Elamllu Organ Co.,
Fit Tkmont St to Poston; 2i Union
S(-, New Yoi:k. 2'j0 ano 25 "Wabash
Ave., Chicago. James Pettee, Agt.
University of Nebraska.
Instruction given in all the branches
of a liberal education. Open to both
ladies and gentlemen.
Candidates for admission to the
Pn-2'Hiratory Department must pass a
fair examination in Orthography,
Heading, Arithmetic. Geography, Eng
lish Grammar, ar.el the History of the
United States. Instruction is given in
g her Arithmetic, English Analysis,
and Physical Geography, cash for a
TUITION FREE TO ALL.
Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sei
tember 10, 1378, and ends Friday, De
Winter Term begins Thursday,
January 2. 187t, and ends March 21.
Sprino Term begins April 1, and
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. P. Fairfield, Chancellor.
- Lincoln, July C, 1877. 17m9.
Don't Lo Deceived.
Many persons say "I haven't got the
Consumption" w hen asked to cure their
Cough with Shiloh's Consumption
Cure. Do they not know tliat Coughs
lead to Consumption and a lemedy
that will cure Consumption will cer
tainly and surely cure a cough or any
lung or throat trouble. We know it
will cure w hen all others fail and our
faith in it is so positive that we wi'.l
refund the price paid if you receive
no benefit. Is not this a fair proposi
tion. Price 10 cts. ."SO rts. and .-51.00
per bottle. For lame chest. Pack or
side, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster
2" cents. For sale by Chapr
Why will you sutler with Dyspepsia
and liver complaint, constipation, and
general debility when you can get at
our store Shiloh's System Vitalize!'
which we sell on a positive guarantee
tocure yoti. Price 10 cts. and 75 cts.
For sale by Chapman & Smith, Drug
II A C KM E I' A C K" a popular and
fragrant perfume. Sold by Chapman
vcc Smith, Druggists, Flattsmoutu, Neb.
An old physieian. retired from praetiee, h:iv
had piai'ed in his hands by ;ui East India
missoiiai v the formula of a .simple, vegetable
remedy, for tlie speedy and permanent cure for
eoiiMiiiip: itm. broiiehil is, eatarrh. asthma and
all lliroat and lunir aifeeti.,ns. also a positive
and radical eure for nervous debility, ;:iid all
nervous complaints, Jfter Iiaviu tested it
wonderful curative powers in thou.-ands of
east s, has felt it his duty to make it known for
his siilTerin fellows. Actuated bv this motive,
and a desire to relieve human .suffering. 1 -i'l
send free of charge, to all who desire it. this
recipe, with lull directions for preparing and
itsinir. in Herman. French, or English. Sent by
mail bv addressing w ith stamp, naming t Ids pa
per. W". W. Slierar, H'J Fowera' ldoek, Roches
ter, Now York. 3uti
Caution to Smokers.
From and after the 1st day of May,
1873 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 :m inferior quality of
cigars, resorted to by some unprinci
pled manufacturers. None are genu
ine unless plainly labeled:
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska.
An Astonishing Fact.
A large proportion of tho American
people are to-day dying from the ef
fects of Dyspepsia or disordered liver.
The result of these diseases upon the
masses of intelligent and valuable peo
ple is most alarming, making life ac
tually a burden instead of a pleasant
existence of enjoyment and usefulness
as it ought to be. There is no good
reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take
the advice of Druggists and your
friends, and try one bottle of Green's
August Flower. Your speedy relief
is certain. Millions of bottles of this
meelicine have been given away to try
its virtues, with satisfactory results in
every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for 10 cents to try. Three do-ps
will relieve the worst case. Positively
sold by ail Druggists on the western
The New Party."
Just arrived from the East and the
"old settler" in the west, iind that tlie
old Eastern medicines do not relieve
the diseases incident to this new West
ern climate. The verdict of every
family using EJi'OYYa'K Yogt'talilt
I.ivfY liis, is t'uat they have no
equal for relieving constipation, sick
headache and biliousness, and that
El'srit'!; t::c nrnr fail lo
care the rhiiis when taken as directed.
1Ii'mviis Co:fgJ I2alsu:i, for
coughs, colds, and lung affections, con
tains no stupefying opiates, but re
lieves by .soothing the irritated parts,
and producing easy, gentle expectora
tion. IJrotvn's Tar Traclsps, are val
uable to public speakers and singers,
and all aiilieted with sore throat and
iSrowji Arnica Salve stands
without a rival for removing ii.ilama
tion and 1 ealing old sores, ulcers and
.S;r:iiai ilia, :anile!iaa and
Iodine ol'i'OiUMsi u iii. is the king of
remedies for blood, liver, and skin dis
eases. For sale by Dr. YV". E. Donelan,
Chapman !i Smith, J. II. Puttery and
O. F. Johnson.
lotf Plattsmouth, Neb.
Pockwell has the neatest assortment
of lady's dress goods ever brought to
town. Pe sure and see them before
the assortment is broke. Thev are go
ing off fast. 2Stf.
The ALaatu Ga., Constitution,
Pecently published a long account of
the destructiveness of tlie ''Sherman
Pat" which is 2 to 4 times as Large as
the Northern Pat. On the 17th of
Sep. ember, 1877, the Manager of this
celebrated paper having trietl Centen
nial Pat Exterminator says: Gentle
men your "Pizen Stuff" knocks "Sher
man Pats," stiff ami cold.
O.SAOE, Iowa, Dec. 20, 1877.
Star Manufacturing Company, Fort
Madison, Iowa; Gentlemen: The Cen
tennial rat poison, received last Mon
day. We have given three doses. On
Monday, Tuesday and Weelnesday
nights, and we verily believe ther.e 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 anil hog pens.
Sirce giving them the poison tltey 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 Pat
Exterminator," each box of which is
worth a twenty dollar bill. "We will
see our druggists ami have them send
for it. Thanks, thanks. Very respect
fully. E. M. Pritts, & Co.
This great economizer for property
holders, farmers, et al., is for sale by
druggists and general dealers every
where. Price 2-5 cents, large cans $1,00
UTiGvr of Marriage !
AOaideto Wedlock and
-onfitKiaial 1 rratie on the ,
lotn-s of mamae and the
caui. fhat unftr lor :t : the -t-ru
of Reproduction and
th 1iae.iaes of Women.
j -i z a imhik i-ir (.rivnif, rnn.ia
-Cj? ate readme. 2C0 pacs, puct
a uk". i..ifr r.nir! nvt;FRi
On all i:to-"et. 01 a Tr. vale , ature anaai trom Sal
Abuee. Fxeefes. or s-ccrct iibOAses, wim trie txa&
Biran. of rtir, 'J.! :n;--p ?a:.i. piu .'-i ct.
A CLINICAL. LECI UKS on ihe aijoe d!seaa and
tho.e ot it. Threat a ml Lunja, Catarrti.iiupture, tu
Opium Habit, Ac. nce iiit-ii.
l.iihT twM.lt .rt p.j.ri..nlon receipt of price: orali three,
conrainim: .Vll j ag... bi-aimri'ly uluatra'.rr!. tor 75 c:a.
Auareaa EUXiiTTTS, ju. U S. oui Sb bk lAiuua, llo.
' Itk. for th rure of
it I tWttx of a I'rfvat naiui. nUTtiii!r tVon trly iitnw4
Inftftloit "f :itr --x. Vmlnul U rikneMixi'itii!
Fitiliiiu, loi ofMcmurv, lmriutrtI liclit. Iot
Mntihood ur I miHtcnt , Srrvwu Iktll.ii, r-t t,m
ti-ntiy OU;-I : iiie;r-r if li.i IIu(aT Kl)nM, l.fr,
I. :m. A-:li-ti. tilt, ?vil ( hf.n.i I w-:m., no J1"-
;; r.S OF FKilALFA yidJ ! U-c.-uir.ent. ir. irim
l. hic-i n nfe-K-oj nitrfn Tr, a titi euro Lv ut lr fail. l
Uirl-ivffof tlie H-i Tmrrl S mh ho tiiertiarv, bm ttt
lart r-v'M " in txw tT. S. f-A IH E ii iHf Uvmtmnt will
4rlvutc hotitr n,i bai4.rle cui! "T muta. Kerv r'iiVfriiiri- Ut
l:ieni. -n.i rif:y rwnu fr Hkimdc of Flt-ll-r Ccndf nt -ir--pi.ir
til .TTit-arLAiit ii.fornuUin bv Tif. iHi. OLlN9
MARRIAGE GUIDE t
2T5 paci. fcreU
n.iiiirv. amhraj avtvb-e & u mnv1 and thun ffMilinj'ttiBK
uimrnxge. Howtn b hUbv n.1 truty L -y in Ihe nirM rvi
luro. rtryckil la&jiaU ct lL Uivk. iVlH cent, lo aii i
In the matter of tlie I:et ill .Hid t'"t ment rf
i .Ii it. States ileo'U. Iii t'.ii.- t'osiiity Court
ot e':i-ss Co.. Nfli.
Notirp it lifii-t'V uivr-n t'.iat A A. I.iivioty !ei.
iu the of!'.;-!! of itic County .linliri' f a!il
Coiiiitv.au in-trunifiit Hi writ ins: im 't1- lo
lie thf"l;ust will :tiiil tcst.iit.i ut of S.nnii T.. St;i!i
di-c'rl. :iml tlie lic:iriii5 of Hie Probate of sai.l
itit ruiiieiit i" set tor I lie l-Jt Ii lay ot No cinl.er.
A. l. 1-T.i, at one o'cloi k . in. of :u.l t!ay. .it
t!u o?T1i-e ot the e'omity .IikIjp. at l'lallMnouth.
in saul I'ontily. .-t wlneli time anil place ail per
siiiis interei-tcil niav appear ami i-lnv eane. f
anv thev have. v. iiv saiil iiiatriimeiit in writing
sholiiil : nt te aJinhteil to l'lo!i-,ie ai-.l taken
a t lie lasi ill ami tetaiuent of naiit deccuseil.
Witni-ft uiv hand ar I'lnKum.:.1. ii tiii- l-'tli day
of November. A. 1. I:.
34U A. N. Sci.mvam, Co. Jucl ,e.
Assignees' Notice of Appoint
ment In Bankruptcy.
ritriet of Nt l'l-.i-ka. :
At rialt-.iiioutli in f. i.I Oistriet en the iv-th
day of net.. A. I. :s : Tlie tiinleri-iM il here
by ve not lee of ii l-i ap;ioi:it ni.-iit a.. Axiunec
of .lames K. Porter tif t laialia. Ooir.-biM 'o:iat;.
tti sal. I I'iftrict, who has been adj'tilieated ;.
bank nipt on hit ow n pet it ion.
3'tJ Anshlmii 1!. Smith, A.itrnee.
Not iee is hereby glvra that I K. O. Oovey,
in pnrit:!iK-e of an older f the Ii.triet
I'otirt of t'ai-s County. Neoraska, will et-Tl at
Public vendue sit thi front door of the Court
House at l'!a!ttnouth. Cass County. Nebraska,
on the ninth d:tv of November. A. 1). 1-7S. Ht 2
oYliM-k. r. M.. the folluwiiii; tioceribvil real es
tate to-it: Kact half of lot one U in I11k k
tUrtv-threo (33t nm Ihiek store ana twenty
two ii'jt feet front, im .Main slieet. atljotniii
llenry Roeck's store, laving av.-ro.--s lots ,s, : and
10 in "block ("D. feet im Main Sir. et, laving
across lots s, 0 and Id in block Cti.i. our? Ihmim!
and twenty-two .'-- feet front on .Maui street
laviim aeroi-s lots t; and T in block (::i north half
of'lot 5 in block (lilt, lots 7. s. ;i. in. 1 and 1-' in
bhick (L'in. all iu the city of Plattsnioutti as
shown bv tho recorded plalj f sail! i ity. Alsr
lots 8. y ami It) in block s, in Thoint son's Addi
tion to the citv of Plaltsmoiith. Also the east
half of North cast quarter f section No. ."-4
townshin 11) north raiifie 12 east of i; P. M.. all
in Cass Couutv, Nebraska. The terms of 5;id
sale will be as follow s : The purchaser shall
pay one fourth cash in hand, tine fourth In six
month-:, one fourth in twelve months, aa.1 one
fourth in eighteen months from date of saie, the
purchaser shall uive his note thawinif 1-' per
cent interest from the dates thereof. secured hy
:t inortuauo upon the real estate so .-old for tl.e
deferred pavmeiits. Said sale will be held r-pen
for tine hour, from two o'clock until three
o'clock r. in., of the same dav.
-K4 K. ii. Duvuv.
Adm'r. of the estate of II. Atnio:i, dee'd.
. Taken up on the 2Uh day of September. A. I.
IS-Jh. as a stiav in Weeping Water, in townshiii
to north. ranu'e II east, in Cass County. Nehras
ka.bytln suhsoriber. who there resides, cue
chestunt soi id horse, with white sot in the
forehead, with near hind foot white, a small
near on point of riirht shoulder, also a scar o.i
left fore foot, supposed to be a))oul S years old.
Said horse had tin an old saddle and blind bri
dle, and a haller win n taken up. 1 he owner of
said property can have the snie by proving
property ami pavin expenses.
Hated' this 1st tlav of O tolu r. A. !. 'ktk.
"t-, " A. .J. M n.i.NAi.n.
i ;:i li t i:i Ki lt ST..N.Y
Ma n u fact a I 's of st i i t-
ly liist-class Pianos. We .sell ill: t-ct to families
fiom our tiwn Kactorv at low est wholesale pri
ct-s. Iteautifiil new 7'ii Octave. Ito -ev. ,o l Pi
anos. Sent on trial. Thousand-in nue. Heavy
discount to cash buyers. IioN'T buy until you
read on; Catalogue. It will tnt- rc-t voil- Mail
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
WhcU-sa'.e r.ml Ketail D.-?:lrr i'l
.SI II NO LPS.
?.lai.. street. Cornet of I'ifth,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - - NEIi.
Still Better Rates for Lumber.
In Vlrittstnouth, Nch., on fourth St., a'lont t'ic
MIUDLE OT Tiir. II LOCK,
you will find :
Corn I'fanlors, (I: and .v Uorsv)
t nJll ators,
and all kinelsof Farm Imjileuients anil
.Shelf Hardware, Tin "Ware, &c, &c.
Hungarian and Millet.
Seed for Sale
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Largo stock cf
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
and in fact everything y ui can ca'l for In
tho lino of
cash taiu roi: iiui:s and reus.
All kinds ol CvMintry pioilucc taken in ex
change for goods.
SALE, FEED A- LIVERY STABLE
On Main street nearly opposite tho Court
HoUfC, riattsiiiouth. Neb.
The hnyinor ami seliiu? of ;:ood horses made
tlie specialty of the business.
New Horses a Carriages,
;uul per.t'.e horses, for Ladies to drive .ire )o-pt
at this Stable.
Also a carry al!. which runs to the depot, and
will carry passengers from any l lace in tow u on
FARMERS CALL AND E A' AMINE
MY STOCK FOR SALE.
Syl P. PAPMPLH.
GREEK & BLOVERT
I.. ouisriLL i: t i x s ti o i,
REPAIRING ROOFING AND
First Class Stock.
Annour.ce that they are ;-ivpare.l to furnish a:i kind f
At Wholesale or ltetai! !
Floqs Killed and Packed
J ON COMMISSION.
LAED-at Wholesale mid Retail.
Given t HOTELS.
CALL AT ONCE AND E A' AMINE OUR MEATS, AND TRY Til EM.
SHOP North side Main, Petwcen -Uh and ."ill Streets.
O'Neill & Martins,
LIVERY SALE AMD FEED
oirsr vxzsr street,
F.ast of Tiatte Vi.lh y House.
TH L OLDKST
In the Town.
Good Teams Always on Hand.
Careful Drivers sent with car
riages if desired.
Carriages sent to Depot to meet all trains
THE ONLY HEARSE IN TOWN.
Fieiurals nttr-ndetl anj earriaites furnislieil to
ttieinls. AiUlresi. J. W. SHANNON,
1 -ly I'lUittMncuth. Nch
O. F. JOHNSON,
All Paper Trimmed Free of
ALSO PPALP.lt IX
Latest Public;! I top s.
I,r."scrjr-!f, Cfrt'l'ii'ly 'i!i:o:ii?p
by an I' xorIpiicil ilriijcist.
i:f.mkmp.i:k Tin: ri,. v..
Gth ST., 2 DOORS SOUTH OF MA IN,
FLATTSMOITH. N C.
IJrick liivcry Stable,
- PLATTSMOUTH, NPP.
Theohir.ONNFK STAI'.I.F.S ia Vlattsmonlh
Neb., are now lca-eit by .lones Jt Stroml ami
t hey are keepini: ;i new anil ha mistime Ii cry in
this ", e'l k nowaajiiaiii. The finest and best, ol
horses and cariianes always ready to let.
SA1IDI.K HOFSKS TI KA I.
Horses kept for Sale
or to, Trade.
HOUSES TPAIXPI) AND PPOKP.
V.' desire to give notice tl at we have a la rift,
handsome brick barn, with plenty of room for
hot.ics ami wagons. I can put Tinners stock
tin I wagons, loads of grain or anything all un
dercover, in the dry. Keniembi r t his.
'i'tnnikiiiu all old 'pat roiis for their many f -vors.
we solicit their trade for the future, "at-istii-d
we can accomniodate t hem bei ter and do
butter by them than ever before. 3-yI.
STIIEIGIIT & miA.Eli,
COLL A KS.
and all kinds of harness stock, constantly on
FR UIT, CON FECI' I ONE Y,
Ferneniber the ii!;e cp-iosite F. (!. Dovey 's
on LoweiO.lain Street.
STREIGHT rf- MILLER.
BEST FARFfilNG LANDS
FO.'t SALE KV
IV XKItltASK. A.
Great Advantages to Buyers
Ten Years Credit id C p :r cent Interest.
Six Ytars Credit al C p r rent I uteri. st,
cud 20jer cent Discount.
Otrr I.ilarai lijrfninlH for 'nh
Ithehata. on I'nri'N ami IVt-mli l.
ami rreiiiinuis tor 1 iiijvi-ov c
ineiilM. FrnipliVts and.Vaps, couralnin? fi.ll I'arilci
WiM-svtiil he mailed free to any part oi the,
uoaldon vi'lieatifn to
LJlN1TOMMIS6IONER. Y..Z. M. K. K.
Li'COL', Neb RiSKA
IS STfi.L Hi:itK.
Corn Planters, Cultivators
are now " oil" but I still have th-
the l.'et and cheapest wagon in tho
market by all odd.
Pii.'.rfries, ami Three-Seat "d M'a,'niis;;
ami the world renowned Com Hand
Platform Sin AVa;;on.
I IIAVP PVKPVTIIIXO A PAPM .
NOW IS THE TIME-
for till kinds of
In every variety, and at
II cd Ho eh Prices.
Mowers - Sulky rakes and all kinds,
of Pakcs, Porks, etc., etc.
Now is the time to Buv.
P! iltsnionth, Xrd.raska
3i-,,:,:- II miiiitJUa;,'iiav.-M faw-irji, w .
HENRY F. r.ilLLER
' A N O F O R T E S
s:. u im:
Boston Public Schools,
Mass. State Normal
The New England Conser
vatory of Music Ex
clusively, IW!0 AWARDS DECREED
THIS ESTABLISH Mi: NT
Philadelphia ExhititioL ' 75
No I'thrr I'litno Forte house, with one - -ion,
receivoi! iimre than one.
Dnriny the Concert Season of 1 875, '77,
thee 1'iano" were tf.oj ill IJii-ton ami vicinity
in more than S eoncerts.
Tlie season of lT" ami 'TH nihiites a Mti:
i;uaO-r unmhel' t'J he aUJetl lo-thc list.
Xotici'S ol Concerts.
"Ih-niarkalile for its imrity, rjcl.... rs ami ev-eniies-'
of toi.e." L'otuii Jonrnal.
-No mi-'i inst inmciits Iiave licen h'-anl in a.
Lowell concert r-xiiii belore." lmell (.Mas-.)'
"Siinmsses .-.iiMhina of tiie knot ircv . '
Lrani in o;.r cny."-Lout :i e l oouli.
"Une.jii.tJlcl I v any that have li.-t-n iti-eu i.i
our to jcci t.i. " iiui-i-. Hie I'a:ly Cciuiier. '
lias 1 i.-ea m po.ite.l .i.:ent f..r these celetiraiv.
''iaiii s. Men', loi cat rtit-ijue.
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