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THE I J E KAL 1.
. AVm. Lloyd Garrison died on the
2 1th inst.
Photographs at V. V. Leonard's
for 1 per doz. It
-Dr. Nobbs, of Elmwood, called on
Excelsior Bird Food for sale at the
P. O. News Depot. it
Mr?. Calvert made Plattsmouth a
flying call Tuesday.
Photographs from SI a dozen up,
nt V. V. Leonard's. It.
V Somebody or something snatched
Mike Schnellbacher bald-headed.
Another Invoice of Boys' Express
wagons at the P. O. News D-pot. It
Several boats have .gone up the
river within the last few daya.
Cummins it Iiichey sell First
Class Lumber low down. ' It
T. Ii.' Wilson was in town yester
Phil Young sells Soda Water
checks, 21 foX 1.00. H
Bed Bibbon meeting next Monday
night 'in the L E. Church.
If you want good Lumber go to
Cumniin.& Bichey's. It
C. II. Parmele had 430 barrels of
salt unloaded from a steamer yester
day. Bay your Soda Water Tickets, 21
for one dollar at the P.O. Xews Depot.
There came near being a tragedy
on one of our many hills the other
Cummins & Bichey sell the Best
and Cheapest Lumber in Town. It
--The picnic that was to have been
gotten up by the Ilalf-IIour Club is in
If. you v?nt ice-cold Soda Water,
fresh from the fountain, go to Smith
.'i Blacks. Stf
Send in and make up special prem
iums for our County Fair, now is "the
Yot can buy the Evcelsi-r Bird
Food in one pound Boxes for 13 cents
at the 1. O. Xews iX'pjt. It
Mr. Mathews is putting up a dwell
ing on bis old place or rather on the
o! I foundation.
You can find the largest stock of
Wall Paper in this market at Smith &
The whistle on the engine of the
coin shtlitT caused a good deal of as
tonishment to those who did not know
--V. V. Leonard il taking Photo
graphs forfl per dor., tbj and .see
thtin. - It
Mr. Thos. Wi-e, one of our near
est well-to-do farmers, railed in and
h.-ft us the where wi:h to continue- bu
ire ss. Call again.
! !w:i!;c Black deals out the lh,s.
': la Water,
at Smith .5c B'ack's I)iu
Mr. Peterson of Louisville war, ta
ken very bad a day or Uvo ago It was
thought Tuesday they miht have to
t.iko him to the Asylum.
Phil Young sells the best Plug To
bacco in Plattsmouth, don't fail to try
Lv;e Fbhei man Smoking Tobacc o
-We faear rumcis t!i
fore fever has struck: Plattsmouth,
a; d v.e are to hav the unadulterated
aiti le in all its glory. Steed the day!
Xcv styles M.Kim & Hamlin Oigans
c trntly coming in at
I);:. Joiinn'N':- Drug S'ore,
K:J f-t!i, Soutli of Main St.
- i'ushnell let the Omaha train go
without him yesterday. They didn't
know lie was goin, however, or they
wo;. id have waited.
- Try Phil Young's "Strawberry''
;'.u.i " Charm of th West" Fine Cut
the hot i;i tho market, try it. It
Mrs. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. J. p
Young, J no. A. MaeMurphy, B. II.
Sage, and about a dozen o'.hera went
to Omiiha yesterday, at G.l-5 a. in.
Henry Doeck, agon t for f loo. Wood
C-).'s organs and pianos. Sold ( heap
for cash or on good approved securi
ty. ' 'J If.
- The machine shop whistle has
"hr.etcd up." We have missed its
imnica! tones for several days. Fix it
up so we can tell when dinner is ready.
Phil Young sells three different
kinds of fine cut chtv.ving Tobacco, the
best in the city, if you do not believe
i:, try it. It
Mr. O'Rourke, Weaeott & Powell's
new taller atuck a needle through his
finger nail, which broke off leaving a
3mall piece imbedded near the bone.
The boss Ice cold Sola Water,
twenty-four Glasses for Sl.oo at the
P. O. Xews Pevot, go and buy vour
Tom Ccnnor was taken very sud
denly and seriously ill orio day last
week on hi way from Lincoln, and
haJ to stop over at South Bend till the
If you want a good Ice cold (Bass
of Soda Water call on Bcbert Donavon
known as (Soda Bob) with Phil Young,
and you will be served up soda water
iu Crst class style.
' Vescott &, Powell's sa'es are sim
ply iranieas", and still the folks keep
coming. If they keep on the whole
county will be supplied with new suits,
and then what will they do?
- -Mr. Jtdin Bona, whose name was
among the hotel arrivals in the Lead
7ille Chronicle, May ::lh, returned
homo Tuesday night. lie reports Will
Shryock and Dick O'Neill looking well
nd doing well, Charley Lp.zenby i3
a'so well and doirg ?oi!'.e little
Inw rri-.ii mliiC.
Miss Denison left for her home in
Peru on Monday.
Fred Dorrington came iri from the
Black Hill Monday.
J. It. Yallery pays the IIkrald lip
for another year and sends his blessing
Iligginson, of the Lincoln Globe,
passed through Monday from Chicago.
Jos. Leasley informs us that the Lo
custs are very bad at his place this
B. G. Hoover Was in town last week
.and we regret not being at honie to
Prof. Love left for Omaha cn Satur
day, having finished his arduous school
Gen. E. E. Cunningham passed thro'
hero Friday on his way to Lincoln and
the Black Hills.
Dr. Kenaston and his Bible Analysis
visited us Saturday, come again Doctor,
Bible or no Bible.
J. H. Becker comes in and brings the
IIehalu another new subscriber. He'
the kind of a friend to have.
Mis Flora Wise returned to. Platts
mouth on Saturday last after an ab
sence of several months In the East.
Dr. Davis of Lincoln was in riatts
mouth on Monday last. We regret to
learn that the Doctor's lungs are se
riously' affected, and he has concluded
to try Colorado air.
Silas Grcena'ate of Fl in wood passed
through last week, he reports the little
town of Elmwood nourishing, new hou
ses, more business, some neV settlers
coming in and everybody nearer happy
than they have been in years.
We met Prof.'Drummond at Fre
mont last Thursday and found him the
same genial, whole-souled chap as ever.
The Prof, has been re-elected to the
principalship of the Fremont schools
at an increased salary, whic.i speaks
well for his energy and 'ability and he
has plenty of both.
Cap. Ilagood came up hist week and
had a chat with the Hkiiai.d; we learn
the captain is about to get his pension
money under the new law and we are
very glad to hear it. The IIi:i:ald is
in the same boat and always takes an
interest in the well fare of the soldiers
who fought for the Union.
Go to ('. G. Ilorol ?
The Boss Clothier and save from
two to three dollars on every Suit you
buy, he sells below the lowest.
Lots of peop'e trying to find hous
es to live in and no houses for rent.
Isn't that a sign of prosperity? and
with new houses building at every
TIi? origin d and only "Boss
Clothiers" ar Wecott Cc Poweil, sign
of the. " Bjs.s" rattling in ano;her case
of tlio.,? good, frcih good which are
to bo sold cheaper than any shoddy
goods offered tlsewheio. It
If .Lhn Boene don't look out with
that clipping machine he'll strike somo
aofi-head and cut car through.
--Captain Marshall b;t h!s chin
whiskers tie: other day ; we can no
more say "ihe captain n itli his whis
Bev. IL B. Burgess an'l D. II.
Wliech.r went up to Omaha. Ttifsdar,
to attend the annual council of the
Episcopal church, which convened
thcrk on We !ne-:.l iv.
- J. C. Lu-ai. who for about four
years has ably acted as foreman of the
B iv M. car repair shops, has thrown
up his pc-dih-n. on account af poor
health, and goos to Denver to recuper
ate. Besides Farmer Welch's Orelna
Green programme the Kansas State
Agricultural an 1 .Stock Association
will have a camp of Sac and Fox In
dians on the ground as one of the at
"Lady Mac" arrived in Platts
mouth cn Monday last after a protract
ed tour among the race courses. Ow
ing to a slight cut ou one of hei fore
feet sh? will not be able to beat Barus
It is supposed to bo a fact that as
earl as . at the farthest, trains
will be crossing the old Muddy, on our
new bridge, and some do say that our
town will have 10,0)3 inhabitants, be
fore that time.
There is a very little lady at the
house of Leonard whose birthday is
the same as Queen Victoria's, the tJ4th
of May. May she be a3 good a woman
as the Queen although a ciown never
grace her brow.
Last week our Bed Cloud exchange
announced that Mr. Windham was out
in that neighborhood. This week the
papers announce him in Omaha, and
after a while wo shall doubtless hear
of him as traveling eastward.
A far-seeing editor says: "Young
men sending spring poetry to this
ofiice will please enclose names and
addresses; not for publication, but as
an evidence of their insanity, in case
they ;;re arrested for murder."
. In acswer to a request from F. M.
McDonagb.of Council Bluffs, who is
at present ill with chills and fever, II.
M. Bushnell left last night, to take
charge of the Watchman for a few
weeks. Good luck to you, Deacon.
We dropped into the Stadelmann
Bakery Tuesday evening; Sta.lehnann,
2ere, and Fred looked as if it were
pretty lonesome without Mrs. Stadel
mann and Miss Josie. We are afraid
they will realize it more before they j
return from their trip.
Preparations for the chain gang
have been nir.de, in the shape of some
251b balls with chain attached, and
Murphy is ready, and willing to attach
the other end of the chain to the other
end of some individual's lOTVir extrem
ity. Walk over and repoit when in J
vnVof a job, P.'.l ye train nr..
. Grain to be Shipped by River.
. C- II. Parmele received the following
postal card the other day:
Kansas City, 5-23-'70.
I can send a boat through at any
time you have a load of grain. Can
furnish you salt at S1.G0 per barrel,
delivered. Pleasa let me kuow if we
can get any freight. . Yours, fcc,
Mr. Parmelo has a lot of ?alt now,
however, that he got through ten cents
cheaper than these rates. If a regular
line of boat3 could be established it
would be a great help to the river
" Courier" i Pittsburg steamer
landed at this city Monday eve, and
dis-embarked a few passengers and
then went on her way rejoicing. Sho
had several hundred kegs of nails
aboard for E. T. Duke of Omaha.
The "DrRFEE" a Biver Steam
er from St. Louis, arrived here this
morning about 10 o'clock, freighted
with 450 barrels of salt and commenc
ed taking a pile of corn shipped by
Parmele, Connor, White and Dairah.
20.000 bushels of corn is a pretty big
load; 1,120,000 It's., or 3G0 tons. Good
The party who found a rubber stylo
graphic pen near the back of Streight's
Harness shop, in the alley, will be lib'
erally rewarded by leaving the same
at the P. O. Xews depot. It
Last Monday evening a week a very
elegant little farewell party was given
by Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzgerald prior
to their leaving for Lincoln. A num
ber of their friends were gathered in
the old brick house on the corner where
after .many pleasantries and good
wishes for their success and prosperi
ty in their new home, a parting toast
to their health was drunk, a few words
of adieu spoken by l)r. Livingston on
behalf of the company and then the
assemblage departed not until Mr. Fitz
gerald had given theui a cordial invi
tation to visit them in their new home.
It will be a week or so before the fam
ily are actually ready to leave.
Our new jail is now completed,
and Marshal Murphy is wishing that
some "respectable" sort of a gentleman
would do something that would war
rant him in caging him up, Just to
"christen" tho institution in good
Mr. Howard Smith, brother of
Col. Watson B. Smith, was married at
CLillicothe, Ohio, on the 221 to Miss
Liz.ie McCall. a niece of Mrs. Presi
dent Ilayt s and Mrs. Hayes and Bur
chard attended tho wedding.
In regard to tho splendid IIenjiy
F. M:i.m;u Siiimkr Cf.and Piano de
livered to Mr. C. G. Hcrold by the
Gen'l Ag';, Mr. Pettee, after a thorough
test of the instrument by experienced
performers Mr. Ilerold says Wo are
perfectly satisfied with the Piano, it is
better than we expected.
They have a new Hotel at Fre
mont, or rather ac old name fixed up
new, and aie wonderful proud of it.
We met our friend Mrs. Hayes, there,
lo-Vcing as charming as ever, and ever
so many other charming ladies of Fre
mont, which made the editor feel just
as bashful as if he was a boy again.
Our Wrll-kno'.vn and highly appre
ciated expressman, Grandpa Schh-gcl,
goes to ye o'.d country this week. Ev
ery man, woman and child will miss
Mr. Sehleg-.M, one- of the kindest and
most accommodating old gentlemen
the world ever saw. He goes to see
Switzerland once more and renew the
days and memoiies of his youth.
Mr. Gould, an old .soldier, itseeins,
received his pension the other day,
something over SoOO. This is a streak
of luck for Gould. He has bought him
a very handsome pair of mares, one
roan and one sorrel, from the new lot
Dr. Jones brought in. We hope Mr.
G. will make good use of the money
and that it may be the foundation of
future success and wealth.
And there is not a man, woman,
or child in town who will not wish
Mr. Schlegcl a happy and prosperous
voyag a pleasant visit and a safe re
turn home to America and Plattsmouth
The Stadelmanns also left for Ger
many Tuesday, that is Mrs. Stadelman
and Miss Josephine. The Herald
wishes them ben voyage and safe re
turn to home and friends.
As we go to presp, we learn that
Charley Gyger met with qoiite a severe
accident yesterday. He was riding on
a load of corn that was going to tho
levee, and as his feet were dangling
over the side of the wagon, as they
turned down the grade the calf of his
leg was caught between the wheel and
the side of the box, causing a very se
vere contusion, but happily no bones
The Lincoln Journal thinks there
will be quite an exodus from Platts
mouth to Lincoln this spring. Mr.
Fitzgerald's family, Mr. Cushing's, and
Capt. O'Bourke's. Just go a little
slow before making yur statements so
confidently. Mr. Fitzgeiald hasn't gone
yet, Mr. Cushing will not go anyway
before fall, and Capt. O'Bourke hasn't
begun to think of going yet. Platts
mouth isn't the worst place ia tho
world to live in, by any means, nor
Lincoln the best.
We heard cf on instance of pluck
this week worth mentioning; A lady j
of this place discovered a larga snake j
in her yard and having nothing at
hand to kill it, and desirous of ridding
the yard of the reptiles she courage- j
ously planted her heel on the snake's
head and held it there allowing the
snake to coil around her foot and an
kle in its death struggles. She has re
deemed her sex. Who says now a
woman will run and scream at sight
oT n s:?':e.
PLATTSMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
They are Adjudged to bo Worthless.
Judge Dundy yesterday decided J,he
case of Cassius II. Read vs. tho city of
Plattsmouth in favor of the defendant.
The case involved the legality of cer
tain high scnool bonds issued by the
defendant in 1872, and known as tho
high school bonds. The amount of
bonds issued was $23,000. The case
has been in the courts for nearly two
The defendant claimed that no pow
er existed in the city to issue bonds to
tho amount named. The legislature
of 1873 passed an act legalizing the
bynd3, but the act is declared void, as
the legislature has noauthority to rati
fy the illegal action of the city. It was
further alleged in tho petition that the
plaintifE knew these facts at tho time
of purchase. O. K. Pi itchett represent
ed the plaintifT. and Webster and Gay
lord conducted the defense. Bep.
How are you now Fritchett, better
try the Legislature r.gain! Guess you'll
compromise now, Eh ?
The Case of J. P. ifeCami.
Special to the Republican.
Cheyenne, W. T., May 2. The ac
tion for a new trial in the McCann
case was overruled by tho court this
morning. McCann. will receive his
sentence to-morrow morning and. the
same will be suspended until a final
decision is rendered in the matter by
the supreme' court of the territory. In
the meantime McCann will be free if
he furnishes the necestary bonds.
Don't let dealers in other organs
influence you to buy low priced, in
ferior instruments' by the statement
that they can sell cheaper than you
can buy a Mason and Hamlin Organ.
I can give better prices and better
terms than any of them, "The Best is
the Cheapest," a second class Instru
ment is high at any price. Call and
get prices and examine our "New
James Pettee, Gen'l Ag't.
at Dr. Johnson's Drugstore, Platts
Wanted. A few day-boarders. In
quire Corner Sth and Pearl Sts. 10t2
Call at the Green-honsa
and get a nice specimen Fuchsia or
Pelargonium, or a nicely filled Hang
ing Basket. L. A. Moore. 1012
The Ladies of the M. E. church re
alize S'i'J as the proceeds of their straw
berry festival, given the 21st inst.
Many thanks to all who contributed
to make up this amount in this their
time of need. The church has been
thoroughly renovated, stoves taken
down) seats rearranged, new aisle car
pet put down, together with a four
light Chandelier added to give more
light. Xo excuse for the people why
they s.hou'.d not attend public worship
for bodily as well r.s spiritual comfort
Their preacher earnestly desires a full
attendance for next Sunday to hear a
talented minister from Ashland.
Boll of Honor.
The following scholars have been
perfect in attendance and deportment
during tho mouth ending May 23d,
Laii Po.:U, S.ibica McOe,
Willi l'uf!l, May Mi-'iae.
Lorcu;i Muri-c v, Tc in MoGee,
A. MtiKUiA Smitu, Teacher.
A Splendid Oaporiuaity fer a l ady ol
The Queen City Suspender Company,
of Cincinnati, are now manufacturing
and introducing their new stocking
suspenders and supporters for Indies
and children. They give to the move
ments of children while at p'av, and do
not bind or injure any part of the body ;
our leading physicians recommend
them, and are loud in their praise.
This manufacturing establishment is
managed by ladies, who have made the
wants of ladies asd children a study,
and they ask us to refer them to same
reliable and energetic lady, to intro
duce them in this county, and We cer
tainly think that an earnest solicita
tion in every household would meet
with a ready response, and that a de
termined woman could make a hand
some salary during the summer
months. We advise some intelligent
lady of this county, who is in need of
employment, to drop a postal card to
the Company. Address
Mus. B. C. Smith, Manager,
214 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A few words seem necessary to fully
explain my object In issueng this pam
phlet. Early last September I proposed to
Mr. A. M. Garland, Secretary cf Illi
nois State Agricultural Society, to ex
hibit my foor and six-in-hand at the
State Fair at Peoria if a sufficient in
ducement was offered. This was done,
and at the appointed time I was ou the
ground. Tho premium offered was for
tho "best f'jur uwl t-ix-ui-haitd, ijejit's
dricinj team." For a number of years
the managers of the Illinois St.-i.te Fail
have published to the world that there
should be no hone rariiiy on their
track, and I was surprised to hear an
nounced from the judges' stand that
the ttst would be the "be.t in three
mile heats" in the four-in-hand con
test, for I had supposed until then that
a "gent's driving team" was not solely
valuable on account of its racing qua
lities. But this announcement con
vinced me that, although the managers
were desirous of excluding everything
objectionable from their exhibition,
yet they find, after a number of years
of experience, that they ;ue oblfged to
satisfy an almost universal desire for
exciting trials of speed. It is a fact; that
a slow gait on a race track is dull and
uninteresting, while a rapid gait pleas
es even those who abhor the idea of
horso racing. Most people will look
with interest and pleasure on a spirit
ed contest between horses if there is
no betting or gambling connected with
it, and it was to supply this that the
idea came into my head at that time
to introduce something new. Sol at
tempted there, for the first time, to re
present the Historical (fretna Gretn
El ycir.eitt anl Marriuje Sstne as act
ually practiced for over three centuries
in England and Scotland, as well a3 at
Gretna Green (.Aberdeen), Ohio,
Thompson, rnn, and other places in
our own country during the irerent
Mr. T. G. Welch the author of the
above really proposes to have such re:
presentations as this take the place of
v.i :rs, g?..MB:ig,-vc-lvt ;-)iniy fal.'S.
WHISTLE D0Wl!T BRAKES !
AND SIDE-TRACK IN FRONT OF
Ofescolt and Powell53
W$M ESCOTT AND POWELL
6 6 TO
T3I3D -5TOTJ ZEVIEIR,
See Such a Stock o Goods ?
"W" EE .A. T ! NEVER?
Well, Hardly Ever I !
We are the leaders of the style, or-v you may plainly se?
We bay our clothing all the while, of W ESCOTT & P.;
'Tis there ire ytt our Shirts; our Coats, VtsLs, and I'ants,
"And so do our Sifters arid our Coitsiits and our Aunts."
Xobbiest and Latest Styles of Suits Awful Cheap.
english v.'orsted suits, french diagonal suits,
scotch suits, cheviot suits, cassimere suits.
straw hats, felt hats, files of hats.
j;of6" And ciiildrens' clothing, trunks and valises.
rSVP! "oil von rrady mario suits, or t;ike your order ai:d make vou a suit, or sell von
Tlie p!t e rood?. T'li well known cutter and litu-r, 1K. F. M. t'OX. will execute their work in
that line and guarantee satMii,titii. Tly
The I'oston IJuekboai'd.
An entirely rew style of road-wagon.
Invented and patented by the
Rev. W. II. II. Murray. No deadweight
on axle; all the weight being suspend
ed in mid air from the points of four
flexible steel-springs. Xo jar, no noise,
the best, lightest and strongest road
wagon ever made. For weight it will
carry more than any buggy, carriage
or wagon made. Call and see at IIek
Jno. A. MAcMrr.riiY,
Otf -As't for eouth fiat te Country, Neh.
Wanted to sell. A good sound 5
year old bay marc, good traveller and
kind' every way. Apply to IIeuald
ofiice. . tf.
Science iu Story
Is a great work for the young, and the
secular and the religious press all over
the country have spoken in highest
terms of it. It is humorous, instruct
ive, and just the thing to give children
a knowledge of themselves. Its au
thor is Dr. E. Ik Foote, who wrote
Medical Common Sense. Science in
Story is in live volumes for 5, or in
cue ccmpact volume for 82. Sentpos
tage prepaid on receipt of price. Ev
idences of Dr. Foote's Success as a
writer and practitioner is mailed free.
If you wish to consult Dr. Eoote, ad
dress letter to 120 Lexington Avenue,
Xew York City. If you wish for any
of his publications address Murray
Hill Publishing Company, 1-3 East
23th Street, Xew York City. St2
The Hodapp, or old Joe Brown
House on CJospel Hill. Apply to Thos.
Rooms in the Holbrook House, ap
ply to Tnos. Pollock. itf
Don't forget to call at Dr. Johnson's
and examine our beautiful New
Styles of Oiioaxs.
Qi'i James Pettee, Agent;
At R. Sherwood's, made to order Fine
4-ltf Calf Unoli ?..00.
Remember that for boots and shoes
Rockwell cannot be beat in price, lie
has a large assortment. 2Stf.
All sorts and styles of organs and
piano's. Geo. Woods & Co's make, at
Henry Roeck's, Plattsmouth, Neb. 9tf.
Henry Roeck has developed a new
branch of business, viz ; Agent for Geo.
Woods & Co's organs, of which Mr.
Roeck expects a large lot of different
styles and varieties soon. Call and ex
A large fide black mare, eight years
old, kind every way, good worker.
Cheap for cash or good note, good se
curity. Apply at IIkkald office or to
Guthnian & AVerkbach have just
opened an extraordinary lar'e stock of
Dry (iooils of every description which
they propose to sell. Iu fact they al
most iire thonl aw.it to irt them off
of their hand3. Call around and you 1
will not be disappointed. 8L2
Great strength and solidity; beauti
ful quality of tone, excellence of ac
tion finish of workmanship in Geo.
Woods & Co's Organs. For sale by
Henry lioeck, Plattsmouth, Neb. 9tf.
Our friends in the vicinity of Green
wood will be glad to learn that Clias.
N. Folsoiu has been appointed agent
for the Mason & Hamlin Organ and
Henry F. Miller Piano, as they know
him to be a reliable business man and
that any Information they get from
him can bedtpended upon. Call sit his
Lumber Oilice ami he will give you
better terms and prices. than you can
get for any other first chtfs Organ.
Jakes Pettee, Gen'l Apt.
8t3 Plattsmouth, Neb.
-Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass county, will be at the
following times and places:
At I'lattsmouth, 1st Friday and Sat
urday in January, February, May, Au
gust; October and November. At
Weeping Water, 1st Friday and Satur
day in March, June am! September. At
Louisville 1st Friday and Saturday in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations will be given.
I). JJ. Martindam:.
. 41 b Sjrr!i:teadent.
' Takrn up hy the suVonber. on Turkoy creek,
near Win. Snyder's farm iu Cass Co., Neb.,
aluiut the irah of March. !S7:, a briniUe yearling
bull ; white heart-fh:re'f n-ai In forehead.
Tho owner must call for same. rove property
anil pay charges or th5 ai'imal ill be sold ac
cording to JOHX liAl'KK.
Samuel Richardson vs. S. V: Madden an-t Farm
ers' Co-operative Mjnuf'jr Co.. of J.vinlen,
Illinois, before A. N . Sullivan, O. 'Juo,
Cass county, .Nebraska.'
The above-nanei ilwfendaHi vill Jake no
tice tkk.it tiis said A: N. Sullivan, Co. Judge of
said eonirty issued an order of attachment in
tne above action, for the sum of ?.'n.oo. and Unit
Faid cause is continued until the lotii day of
J uly, at one o'cinc p. ii'., on said day.
bAia'Ki. K l : a a a i m -.
May 2St"a, 1S7P. Juu
Inthe maiierof thecstateof ffn. T.-Ff heridtre,
iiecea-id. In the county court of Cass Co..
Notice is herchy sri von. that Flr.a .T. Ftl.er
idc.adiidn str itr x of the estate of ties lid Wm.
T. K' hei ici.uc. lit ceasrd. has inane application
for final citl-iM-nt. and fh-it siid c;.ut-e is tet
i ir hearing at. my OOico at Platt.snioiit ti, on the
3 i day oi .July. A. I. H:. at oi.e o'clock, p. m.
of said day ; at w nicii t line and piace, all per
Fons iMtereU'd r.iay be presort and cxamino
said account. A. '. SCL1.I VAN,
l'iattsi.R.uth, May J. lsTii.
On May 1st. -1X79, the l!rni of Chapi;:a:i .'i
Siohh was dissolved bv mutual consent. Dr.
Chapman vt-ti: ii.tr. AH hilts against the firm
will he; settled by Mr. .Smith, an I all hm :unt s
due tlie firms oi Chapman Smith, Chapman
Clas. or Dr. (J. 1;. Chapman mut be settled
before the first of June, Is;.) : and after that
date all accounts w ill be placed in the hands of
a collector auil su'-il. Please call at their o!d
etai.d and settle at once and ohPge.
Dit. (;. p.. Cn.vr.MA.v,
?t2 C. II. smith.
By virtue of at! order of sale issued hy Win. I..
Wells. t lerk of the District Court wiihiu and
for Cass County Nebraska, and io me directed.
I will on ilie mli day -i June, A. 1. ls?:, at to
o'clock A. M.; in vibl day. at. tlie south door of
tile Couit House i!i Klhl couctv. Sell St I'libhe
Auction the tollov Lilt real r-tate. to wit : The
lent iie;ist ipiarter i 'i of section nine Co town
ship No. twelve (12): al.i the south half of
the couih hail' !" i ) of the youth
e:ist ciuarler (i of section four (O. town
ship t wcl c(1l'p. north ; aii;i!i rane thin ecu (1.1)
e:o-l of the fit h P. M.. bf-iuji ti e property of the
plaintiff. The same Iieim.' levied upon ind tak
en as the pro-x-rty of II. 1l. Peltit. defendant,
to satisfy a judgment oi' said ciiui't, recovered
I' v John Ulack, plaintiff.
I'lattsmouth, Neb.. Mav 14th. A. I. is:a.
si II. XV. IIYIMIS,
.Sheriff. Cass Co.. Neb.
Notice i-hereby trivi'ii t'.ir'.t the firm of Kd
p"rtii & l;ill is'heit'bv dissolved by mutual
consent this -.ili day of April, ls7:.;md thes.iid
cleorge I.dtrertoii is to pay all (i 'bis of t'ne old
t'rm and receive all account due the tlrm oi
Kdjjorton and Hail. tli'o. Kpokisto.v.
Wm. s. Bali..'
riattsmoUh, April 0s, 1?73.
Tty virtue of an order of iah; i-.s;ied hy Win. I,.
WelN. clerk of the Jirtiiet Court within and
for Cass County. Nebraska, and to me directed,
I v ill on the td day oi ,1 aae, , 1). Is7:i, at,
10 o'clock A. M., ol tM Tay. at the south door
of the court house in said cmnty, sell at public
auct ion the follow inn-real cstat-, to wit: Tlie
east half Ci) of bloc number two hundred and
twenty (21T:!. in tlie City of l'lat t.-moill ii. Neb. ;
also, the undivided two-tiiiifN , ) of the fol
low in; described tract of land, to wit: Com-inein-injrat
the southeast corner of tin; south
west quarter (Un;! e. quarter tVof section
twelve (1-'), town twelve oi1'. north of rane
thirteen i.PO, east of l lie c.lh 1". M. ; thence
noilh seven (7) chains and t wenty-eiht u')
links ; thence west, four (4i chains ai.d for;v i 4o
li'.iks ; thence i:o;;h: 3a' west, iif;v-t!itee (':;
links, to t.1 e p!ae of bemniiiii. ; thence wet
ten (HO chains a"d seeaty-loiir (Tti links;
thence, nort h, seventeen 1 1 7i chains and uinet v
otie (id ) links ; thence east, siv (0) chains and
six (') links: thence south 14 IV cast, nine
teen (hP chains and four (4) links ; Hieni e south
ti oh .-t, si vt v-f've oil) linKs, to the place of
bt-iunii.;r. cont.-MiTinp fil'tcen acres; Also, two
(2) acres, devrib'-d as follows: Commencini;
liity-p.vo ("J rods and fourteen (11) tret leutli
of the s w coi ner of the s e quarter. (',) of the
s e quarter i1;' of section tuei.e (1:!, town
twelve ('.iv north of lane thirteen (i:5 east ;
thence north, twenty 2) rods; thence east,
sixteen (!'") rods; thence sonlh. tentv 1 20 1
rods ; them e w:.t, eixtc.-n (H.) rods to place "of
he;.vi anirur. coi!lniiiir.r two acres; Also com-ro-!iii:4
ten do) chain- and sixty .) links
nortn of s w corner of the s e quarter ( li i of the
e quarter (') of s- clioii t'velve d.' town
twelve n.'), north of rane thirteen 03i exst ;
thence west four (4.1 chains and eiht v-.e en
(s.) links , thence north 14 ;.()' west "five (5i
chains and lilty-seven -7 links; thence east
six ii;i chains ami twenty -six Xi links ; thence
sout h, five (.-.. chains and thirl y-nine links
to place of beiriMiiin. contaiiiiuv tkrcu ")
acres : Also eoinmencin seven 7I chains and
twenty-eiht links north of the southeast
corner id' southwest quarter '.t I of the south
east quarter ri of section twelve (P.', town
twelve 121, north of ra:i'e thirteen '!:.' east ;
1 hence ucst four Jll chains am! foj ty j to links ;
thence north :;n' west, one l chain and
eighteen ! Is links ; t!iMH-c noiti. 't ;y west,
two (J) chains and thirteen l:s link" thence
east fi in- 4 i chai'is and eitrl.t v-eyen s; lipks ;
I hence south three V, chain's and tuiits'-two
S2) links, to the place o bcciiminn. contain'titr
one and a half (1 al ;iivs, together with all the
ji ivilee.es and appurtenances. '1 he same bein
'-vied upon and taken as ;he prop. rty of II. K.
Montgomery and Maiyaret Moutsousery, ie
fendaids ; to salisfya Judgment of said court
recovered by Tootle, Ilann & Cla; k, plaintiffs.
I'lattsmouth, April i-7i.
11.. X7. AVERS.
!s::' rl'i Cas Co.
Made to order
FINE CALF ROOTS SS.OO,
44tf at SiiKiiwoOlii
I If I.I.A A." 11 r.-ltl tL-t tn.tlw.l' I.l- u..fi;t..p !
j V our Sierliiitf .'hc-uiie.tl Vi-ks Nevet iv'el
tr.niiiiiriir No sinokt r smell r rents e.wh. 3
! for 20 i-i'iin. Sei!l stamp forentaloL'e.e .f V;.u-
clei lal I ti vent inns, sia'.je and fane v .io,is. I'ar
soiis, i'c5tet Co., I2'5 (.'lark St.. t'liicao. lmC
Xlnrty of tlie hesf (ir-im i-'aers nf dir
World are competitors at tTe 1'arS KkiOsuioii. ,'
a eable .iispateii to tlie Ah,S:e;ated fret- wiys
two highest cold medal hae i.een awarded to j
the Aiiierioa:) makers. Mason & Ilaniiiir. i
.Y.-l.irK.S of residents wanted. For
names anil -5 cents wp will send
voil H l-.Tif sii.i una lAcrt-l ief. evrrv
rivrp.-.rt :.;!". .J'i:vij;r rn'. 1 ".'. H. W. Ywfr.
The Largest and most Complete STOCK of Dry Goour '
Millinery and Clothing" ever placed before
the luminous orbs of our many
AVe introduce all the LATEST FAJ1RTCS of the season. Our 10, lCj;, 1
IS, '20, S3 and 23 cent Dress Goods aro well worthy of vour inspection.
Also, a fall lineof WRITE GOOP-S. HlEss" LINENS, TWO-TON RD'
RIliBONS, LACES, RUCHES, CASUHEREv, ZEPHYR and. SPRING
SHAWLS, and countless articles impossible to mention in detail.
Embraces all tho Latest Novelties in LEGHORN FLAT, FRENCH CJIIF'
and STRAW GOODS. Our SILK TURBANS cud PATTERN HATS arc
the admiration of every one. V.'e also show 1,000 trimmed" hats from $1 up.
AND FURNISHING GOODS. The only houso in the city that carries n
cletu! l"fth Stock of Goods of latest styles and fabric known of the season.
Will find hero displayed a fine line of Furnishinpr goods Ihzi cannot fail tc
command their attention and patronage.
AVo have tho best
-tT'Cail .ind compare onr Goods
bent Jits derived therefrom.
20 to 25
Mens rrinre Al: if
" Lasting I'.m kle
" T.ase 1'all Slnes
" Two-UueUlo flow Slions
;et:ir,i:o Hald Sowed Tf S
' Jlaim .Sewed Alexis
' flalf SJioef
" I't'l tili ;-iat, k:? l.&cn
" Kip. " "
A large, and well selected Stock of
Eastern Boots and Shoes at Sherwood's
i; vriA pay ..'iils u ci4.ii: y i H per uk.1i ill
Anl Xiin. or u! low Inrrfi cijipti.i".i"iit to w : tmr
Dw An- wr.ail.-rf'il inTn!:i-m. r. i vhnt f mv.
tii.lila frit. A i J' taSuEii Si Lo Uuiaill, ilich.
The X. E. .!i section 21, to'-n 11,
raiiG 12, situtited in Mt. IMeasant pre
cinct, Cass county, XeK, at Ten dollars
per acre on the following easy terms,
to wit; one fourth cash, one fourth in
one year, one fourth in two yrars, and
one fourth in three years; with only
eight per c'oiit Interest on deferred pay
ments. Tor further particulars enquire of
.1. M. I'ATTIZKSOV.
Stl Plattsmouth, Xel.
1 he Death Kale of
Our country n getting to be fear
alarming, the average of life being !
sencd every year, without any reason
able cause, deidh rc-ulling generally
from tlie most iusigniticant origin. At
this season of the year especially, ;t
cold is such a common thing that in
the hurry of everyday life we are :l
to overlook the dangers attending i',
and often tind too late that a Fever or
Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives i:l this way
every winter, whih: had Bos'h"i-'s Ger
man Syruj) been taken, a cure would
have resulted, and a large bill from
a doctor been avoided. For all diseas
es of the Throat and Lungs, Jins- h-t's
Gerrian Syrup has proven itself to be
tho greatest discovery of the kind in
medicine. Every Druggist in this
country will tell vou of its wonderful
cf'i'ct. ' Over y"0,woO bottles cold last
year without a single failure known.
aril Price?, and you will receive the
in Bools & Shoes I"
SI 00 Last Year. S 1 .21
l.tfi.. " - I.7.".
l.T, " " 1.7'.
1.J-. " " 1.75
. . 1 ail " " 1 .10
2 '.) " "
. . 4.:o
S -, K .?,5
i ... .... " "
J.--, " " 2.40
l.K", " "
" " !
liol:) L'.O) " " .73
.T '1 .T I S -T l'
71 UVJ r,lCTsVJ-JCls.
Fine Hoots Custom made $'".0 at
4-ltf SlIKR WOOD'S-
Caution to Smokers.
From and aftr the 1st day of May,"
187S all boxes containing cigars of my
manufacture will have my name bold
ly jo inted on the inside of th lid. This
is to prevent counterfeiting my brand
of cigars, with.rm in for .t quality of
cigars, resorted to by r-ome unprinei--perl
i.lauirr.'icti'.rers. None ari genu
in; un'ess plainly labeleil:
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
Yon Must Cure that Cough.
With Shiloh's Consumption Cure, you
can cure yourself. It has established
the fact" that Consumption can bo.
cured, while for Coughs, Un nchit is,
Whooping Cough, Asthma, and all dis--cases
of Throat and Lungs, it i abso
lutely without an equal, Vvvo doses
will relievo vmiv etiihi ff Ci fint). it in '
i pleasant ti taf;e;iid perfectly harmless "
; to the youngest child, and no mother:
c;u! nford to be w iihout it. Yon can
! u55 two thirds of :i bottle and if what
' we sa'y ;s 'i".t true we will refund tho
pf:eo paid. Price 10 cts. ."id ci?, .".nd
;t",!') per bottle. If your Lunirs am-
si'ue or chest or back l;iro uso shiloh's
I 1, 711.. . .. '11 I ., I. . .n. ii -
j uioili i lasL'T. .on. i;j i.ijii; "Lin w
IInvc'"yoiTl ysi epsia, at e you Consti
pated, ha"ve you a Yellow skin. Loss
of ApptiU'.Kead Adio. if so (on't fail
to use SHfLDiFd S VST EM v'lTALl-
AVAl. it i:i ginirauteed'lf.'.reii'-ve you.
and vv i 1 1 yod continue t r r ifSr when
yoti can be cured r :urh . tei nis n:-
these. I'iiee lu cis. i.t.d r'.z. Sold by
Chapman & Sniitlt. l)ruL.-a-its. :
w isnT7"iTuTTvi ii.iiie riTI( kml
TACK" is rich ::i:d fragrant, try
Sold l,y Chapm;.n 'c Moitii, H;uggis :
Piattofxir,;;::- Veh. r:!v---V
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