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T Ii K U IS i( A L 1) .
Vrv-h Chestnuts at the P.O. X'u wg
The Kpiscnpal Convocation is now
Head Solomon and XaMirtn'si new
Mr. J. Mai this has an addition to i
his family its a gul.
Younn Fellow (s) Rush home,
quick. You're watitod tew onc't.
Fresh Chestnuts just received at
'the P. O. Xev.s Depot. It
GiMhtuan &. Weckl-ach have had
."heir i.elivi ry wagon painted
;'or'; Caldcr has gone to work in
the lb M. 11. H. cilice at this place.
L'j.V.i out for the Catholic festival
and fins next Tuesday and Wednesday
A i -aiuljoT spanned t!ie sky yes
terday, how is that for the middle of
Go and s-'fi Flmins& 1 1 -.re, if yon
want bargain in Clothing and JJoots
Itcv. C. Harris of Lincoln will
oflk-i Ue for th-i Us v. II. 15. Jbiress at
.St. Luke 3 Church on Sunday next.
Penieui.Vr that for bonis and shoes
ltix.l.v t II cannot be bent in price. He
has a large assortment. 2,tf.
If yv? want a nice Dress, Shawl or
Clak. call on Fieiiiing Sc Race or send
tn tliem fur sample, aa I they will re-Fp-jr.d
Vii.Thos. Poliock returned from
Om.L.i Monday morning, where she
had been attending the State Temper
'!'!;' recepaon of the Visho; and
visiting clergy ami laity of the Episco
jul CLi'iieh. is at Major Y."iie'.. r's this
t veiling, between S an 1 11.
'.. L. li'-ed, 15. C. Ycomans and
oth'.rs, of V.Vepiiig Water, will accept
our thanks i'or ser rices rendered our
agent while nt that place.
I). A. Young brouu.it some inag
niric -nt apples into our o.ho last week.
They were of the "'Jen Davis" and
" Xoi t!:ern spy " vari ties.
Fleming Ilaeu have just receiv
ed the largest and best selected stock
of goodi ever brought to Weeping
Water, and th?y arc going to .sell them
Tl'eio were no services in the
Pie b tei ian and Methodist churches
last Sun lay. Ilevs. DeLaM.i'yr and
l.tbd b.-iiig abvn. u at conference
the other a', synod.
A I '. ly !n town, who fas had the
ague for tl'-- ilr.it time in yeais, thro t
ei to seed hj,r doetoi's bill to the bo:i:d
ot h.-.iith to -"t:b as she l.i s ii to that
dirty, stinking creek.
We call the attention of oar read
ers to lb- vei t i ;":i.- : I of Clark's
s,-! cof. :i in aonther coiumn. This
is becoming lie tinea
is sold bv
all i -ar
Y'Ui on get tl." bnst Pocket
K lives at la ? P. (). Xew.; Depot, for
thev arc fully wan an' . -d.
Wt: call special attention to the
- Will Wisr especially the
-J . ... ... . r
;civs in :;r. i 'i.:is;ir.T, coin
oversight Mr. Wise's "Ad." was left
o:it last week.
The funeral of Mrs. X. ITrtlrces
was very largely at tended, and the
Il!:r..M.i ir.os' deeply sympathizes with
thn bereaved husband and family. Just
as everything seemed brightest and
brppit'st for Mr. and Mrs. Ilahncs the
band cf death appeared.
Phil Young sells German School
Kooks besides a full lim of all kinds
of other School Hook?. Don't fail to
give him a rail.
Char. Wilcox, formerly of Ohio, is
the name of the young man who so
gallantly waits on the ladies and does
the honors at Phil. Young's lately.
"We wt Iror.i.? Glial ley to PI a'.tsmouth,
and, 1 eing an Ohio boy, shouldn't wdii-b-r
if he would run for an o;!ice next
year and pet elected if ho behaves
Mr. Jno. Gnpp, of Mt. Pleasant
precinct, has gone bak to his old home
in Sheiburn, lad., for a few weeks' vis
it. Mr. G. left his relatives there in
1S11 and has seen none of them since.
The pleasure of meeting those left
will v.a don! t, fully repay him for go
ing, lie i? a stanch Republican, and
has been successful in tM-s home here
as far as worldly goods goes.
The following is going the rounds
of the press each nun acknowledging
li.-stole it from som? other fe'Iow.
We never steal nn l put it in as origi
i.itl with the man who wrote il :
" Gaily the candidate
Seeketh the bar,
Where the dry citizen
Gomes from afar.
Singing : I've sought thee.
And found thee, vntthinks ;
Set up liij drinks.' "
Farmers should renumber that
they ran save taoney by subscribing
with Phil. Young for any newspaper
or mngazind they wish. Phil. s
taV.Uhed a Newspaper Subscription
Ag"ncy last year, since which time
he has taken over ."5?0 subscription,
dincwuls are coming in which show
that subscribers are satisfied with the
terms they get from Phi!. It
A full line of new Novelties at the
P. O. News Depot. Don't fail to call
while in the city. It will cost you
nothing to price the goods.
The le-ture f.f P.ev. DeLaMatyr
at tin1 m. J-:, church was" only fairly at
tended. Thrio ought to have been
m r;'. 1 1 v.-as an able and original
view of Danie'.'o career and of
Mr. A. 15. Fox, of Louisville, called
tie first of the week.
Gen. Cunningham was in town Sun
day on his way to Xew York.
Judge Maxwell made Plattsmouth a
short visit the first of the week.
Mr. J. I'.ridejistinc made the IIi;n-
AlA a very pleasant call last week.
Mr. G. W. Iloldrege, Sup't of the 15.
& M. II. It., was in the city Tuesday.
3 r. Satchell of South 5cnd sends
the IIinAi: greeting for another year.
Mr. "Win. Poole called upon the IIi.k
aii and gave it substantial assurances
of good will and friendship.
Mrs. Pollock, Mrs. McLaughlin and
Mrs. Wise went to Omaha on Friday
last to attend the Presbyterian Wom
an's Hoard of Missions for Xobraska.
Mr. W. Ii. Thomas, machinist in the
I. Sc M. shops started for Pennsylva
nia last Tuesday afternoon, where he
will visit friends and relations for a
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLaughlin,
Mrs. Jno. It. Clark, Mrs. Chas. Yates,
Mrs. C. II. Panned, Mrs. II. li. Living
ston and Miss Anna started for Chica
go last Monday afternoon whero they
will remain a couple of weeks.
New Fail Goods.
Mr. Fleming, of the firm of Fleming
& liace, Weeping Water, returned
from Chicago oh Tuesday morning
lastf where he lias been laying in a large
stock of goods for their fall trade.com-pri.-'ing
the largest display of dress and
fancy goods ever brought to that mar
ket. Haunt Is. repeilants, ladies', gents'
and childien's underwear, fringes, trim
mings. Si J., Sic. Also a full stock of
general merchandise. They invite all
their customers to call and inspect
their goods. 21)12
The Catholics will give a festival at
Fitzgerald Hall Tuesday and Wednes
day evenings of next week. Prepara
tions are being made for a grand time
Owing to absence of printeis and
sickness, it is impossible to get all the
matter requested of u in the paper
this week. We have not the space
nor can we get the printers to set it,
and our friends must wait patiently.
The bridge celebration at S. IJ. and
Mr. DeLaMatyr's appearance here,
n:atteri that must be noticed, now or
never, have occupied all the sp ice we
have. 1- itrlher mention of our candi
dates .-iu'.l some facts about our oppo
nents must wait until next week.
here on the '.' 1 1 1
their new i i. e.;
ti.em bv "M. O i
ana ;a ot i
ni l '.", wi itt m for
tie- Detroit Free
Press. So I'hii o-.-.;ig TVrsln:,
big house U expected. KTI"
;a1 (' n veiitl.ni at
The democracy of Ca.-s county met
at Loiii.svil'e on Saturdiy 1 .: -I in sol
emn C'-"i.lavc tosave the country and
they saved her by swailwi:ig t o
Greenbar koutfK. almost entirely shuw
ing a sleek Democratic- coi porosity
with smooth front and isage outsidt
of the. por Greenbacker ti.ey had jut
engulfed, to give place to a Dernoc: alic
The clans nsscinb'ed early and such
a Lwzzing and striving and working
was never before seen at a Democratic
convention in this county. The great
i nation was, fu .i jn cr anti-fusion ;
and the faction.--, were very equally di
vided. Ouite a st inner body of Demo
crats were opposed to a mixed ticket
of Greenback and Democrat and de
sired to run Young Frank White for
Clerk. In fact. White could have split
the-convent ion wide open if he had a
mind to, but he declined to ba a candi
dateonany terms. Thoe representing
the Greenback element claimed that
they had met first and nominated a
good ticket, and if the honest object of
the Democrats was to beat the Repub
licans the way was to endorse the G.
15. men in full and thus make a strong
ticket. Still the third, and generally
the stiongest, party of conservatives
came up and said, no. An all
Greenback ticket w ill lose Democratic
votes and an all Democratic ticket
will disgast the G. H., therefore we
must put up a fusion ticket, that is :
" You tickle me and I'll tickle you,"
Thompson stood -p like a little man
and said nine-tenths of the G. H.'s
would vote the ticket made that day,
(though the Lord only knows how he
got bis information) and the fusion
wing of the Democracy shouted, we'll
all via e htr so the fusion was made.
Thu Central Committee of the G. 15.
and the leaders of the Democracy in
Cass, have fused there is no question
about thai, but whether they can carry
the voters, the real backbone of each
party with them remains to be seen.
Card of Thanks.
I desire to thank all my neighbors
and friends for their kindness to me
during my wife's lato illness, and also
to state that I feel very grateful for
the kindness universally shown me
and mine, during our entire residence
here, and that it will always be re
membered. Hoping to bo able to re
turn kindness for kindness and that I
may retain and merit the good wishes
and aid of my many lriends in the fu
ture, as in the past, in health or in
sickness, I rc-main
Hani MfBey 3Ian.
Call at Merges' Shoe Store, where
you w ill get the most and best Boots
and Shoes, for that kind of stuff in
Tllll IIUIUIAII AT
tiif sew mwnv. ox the platte
OPENED HUM APPKOPKIATE
AM) IMPOSING CEKtMO
MES. A Very Large Crowd f Enthnslnstic
People from Do lit Coantie3 pres
Hig Band of .Music, Speeches atnl
On Tuesday last, a big thing for
Cass and S:rpy counties took place at
Sauth Bend. The opening of the new
wagon bridge across the Platte at that
place was duly celebrated bv a large
concourse of people from both coun
ties. It is impossible for us to do jus
tice to the occasion, within the space
we can possibly give this week.
Tin: fi Kit A LP,
better half and all the family, were
on hand at as early an hour as the
train would bring us (about 11 a.m.)
and found a large gathering. The pro
cession of teams from both counties,
with the band from Louisville, were
just crossing the bridge on an inspect
ing tour. It was a long string we tell
you. T"p in town a platform was erect
ed on the north of Hoyt's restaurant
and rough seats for the crowd. After
tho band had blowed and beat a wel
come, the lion. Geo. S. Smith, on be
half of Cass Co., a Idressed the audi
ence in an opening speech of welcome
and congratulation to the citizens
present. He was followed by Mr. Rab
bins, of Sarpy County. There was a
lull and some more music and then
commenced. Dr. Cassell, formerly of
S. 11., but now of Ashland presented
fonr gold headed canes to the follow
ing gentleman, who were supposed to
have taken an active part in causing
this bridge to be built. The recipients
were T. W. Fountain, C. II. Pinkh'am,
C. IL Dill, and W. D. Hill.
Geo. S.Smith returned thanks for
the same. Mr. Martindala was then
called for and spoke a few appropriate
words from his seat in the audience.
It being about 12:3J an adjournment
for dinner was taken, and social chat
and interchange of personal congratu
lations anl friendly recognitions were
the order fur an hour.
During this interval many visited
and crossed the bridge, who were ab
sent at the morning procession, also to
th magnificent quarries, beyond whero
Mr. Stout is getting out the best stone
west of the M'ssissippi, to build our
I ridge here at Plattsmouth.
A FTKIl DIXXItR
short speeches again followed by
Messrs. Chapman, of Cass; Davidson
and Kennedy of ;arjy; and Mr. Mac
Murphy .f Cass. Mr. Robb-ns pro
posed three cheeis for the biidge
which v. ,i;.':i with a will and the
crowd di.-pci.-e : to witness a match
game of b i.-. - ball between a Sarpy 0,
and a South 15 u ! in which we are
i.b'iged to record the fa.H that Sarpy
u;i by a sc. ;e of T to 12.
a j;a i.l
in South h n.'I in the evening, com
pleted the l.ubih; festivites of the day,
a day long to be I ememi ered by the
people of South IJ' iid.as it inaugurates
a new t ra of industry, prosperity and
future bu-i:i. ss for that handsome and
. We should be -glad to give the speech
es made, but cm not; they were all eu
lgi tic, and worthily so, of the grit
and pluck of the South Renders in
achieving this enterprise, without
state or county aid. It is a grand
woi k, deserving of all praise and wo
sincerely hope they may reap the rich
est reward for their good judgment and
the money they have invested.
has been ''.escribed in this paper before.
It is a wooden pile bridge 1 (510 ft long
with oS spans, stout and substantial,
and not many years will elapse, ere we
see South He:. d shall largir than she
now is, and much of her growth will
bo due to the foundation laid last
Tin: Nebraska ltepnblican Conven
tion, al Omaha, adopted a l infill.', stal
wart platform, and added a plank wel
coming ilcneiitl (Jrant home again. At
every mention of his name the enthu
siasm was unbounded. I. O.
The Cincinnati Gazette says there
are three tilings which no fellow can
rind out: Who wrote the Junius let
ters, who was the man in the iron
mask, and how Sam Tilden has man
aged to live to his age without getting
Will some medical man explain
why it is that thu negro is never known
to sneeze? It may appvar a very singu
lar fact, but it is none the less true. -Ex.
We went down town and asked "Cal"
about that, and be said it was a blast
ed dogoned white man's lie.
nigger snuff enough and he'll sneeze
his bead off, same as any other fool
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w - . J ..... i. i-- a. - - ' . v - ,
Tor bv E. O. Dovev & Son, Solomon &
Nathan. Win Herald. V. It. UuKer & Co.. L.
Central Committee Appointments.
K' m k Bi.rrrs.
Rorjr'r Kc'ii ol li'miw October 20 li, 7 p. in.
J. H. i liornion, K, ... J ovcy, lion. i:. l'. Wiial
hnm. lfc-ck School IIonM November lft. 7 p.
in S 51. ll.uimiun, A. X. Sullivan.
Foldi-nV School Hoiift Oo'oticr 21st, 7 p. m.
E. L. i:;tl. s. M. Kiifcp ili-.rk. J. . T hor ton.
r.nck'.f ch'.ol llon-c October 27' h, 7 p. m. IS
!. hovi v. U. M. Hm-Ii t il.
T:e.ior fhool IIoi:$' OcioV.T t!8' h, 7 p. n.
J. li.'s ro.lt , b. .M. Cl!:ipm:ei.
MT. PI F.AiST.
Uiltnnrc'i" School llnst.-c October 21. 7:30 p.
m. Ueo. b. Smiili, II. 1). I-.oot, A.X. bullivau.
Ilatcliins" School Ifo.i-e October 2CJ, 7 p. m.
K. 1.. I'. v.l na.I. li. Xhorvton.
lie 'ii r s Sch(Kl Iluiiye- Oftober 21; h, 7.30 P- m.
E. (j. j-'o'.cy ai.il tain. M. 1 hiipiiiaii
(iranit I'r iirie School House -October 27ih, 7.M
p. iu. J. 11. Thornton and (ion. . biuitli.
Krock'ns School lloue October 25 h ":30 p.
in. K. II. WojU-y ami II M. r..i-!nieil
C it t :i'e Seh,Ki House Oet.ibir :J'irh,7p. 1 .
E. S. (.iil.ert, lion. It. U. Wiuuhum ;uil J. K.
t-TO'i B CliCF.K.
S:ovo C're. k Srhcml Ho-w Octol cr 20 h, 7 p.
in. ; bin. M . C I ; i: J ii a :i. 1) I.. Chipp.
Ceuir' ciuxl IJotifj October Gist, 7 p.m.
E. S. Gilbert, h. U. Wco'.ey uiul J.. A. Lirkp.it
Tipir.n School H3f- r:o1er 2:st,7.31 p to.
S.ini. 51. :.ipin:in ;iikI M. t. iiUer:.
Arr.oia'a lu:oI llouso Ociob- r".t!i,7 30 p. m.
A. lh'oon, II I. Imo; uiiil Imi iv .-lone.
ta.'! Scbjl House -( Viii'.vr : li, 7 ;. in. I
K. 5iorri.-ou, Jutle Wu!l';ilal J. A. Ken ;s:on
Ilainey School House Oetobcr 2.M, 7 pin. I).
L.. ia:ipp, . M Cliiipmau ::!ia lion. isj:i- b:one
llr.UjhlOIl's School flo.ise l'e!(( l r ? h, 7 !
in. K. il. W o : , J. A. AI.'.cM o pby uud It. li.
Vt inl!iuix .
Mcr.ii','V S ho l Uouro October 23 I, 7 30 p. m.
s. M. h:i;:niin, i.. S. Gi'.l.ei i iai l t. A. Kirk-
p it rick.
l;i inmitt'- School Ho-isc October -S h, 7:00 p
m. Geo. 3 hi-.mii, Jtuli nl :ai.l l 1.. Cliijip.
FAIT Clil KK.
Sh.Vcr's School l'loiise- -October 2 It II , 7.30 p.
in. lion. O '1 eta .oiil m M . h ipiii.iti.
liiwiiwikl Oc'.ober J. li. 'i'liorntou ana
(t.ti. b;ni'. h.
South l)einl October 'Sj h, 7 .-j0 p. m. S. M.
Chiipin.'in and lion. O Teiit.
t':ii'-h!na . hoi i!ou-e-October rWh. p
m. J li. Mroiic. 11. 51. iai-liueU .n:ol 1. li. Tiioru
Kikl.oT Sc!:o;iI Hons Ociob rr 2,! l, 7 p. m
lion. '. I'eli: an I J. A. M:i.-.! u. phy.
Louisvilic October 31i, 7:J i'. in. Geo. S.
Siui:h mul S. !. l'n:i.iu:i:i.
i aarr-.MiLK ii "(ivr.
Shnner.s S'chool Hon OCT) er 53th, 7;30 H.
tn. Geo. siiiiih ami J. H. Mroiie.
Concord Schmil Ho is.; ? c:ob. r :X h, 7.3'"' p in.
-I'o i K. li. Wiu:!!.:o:i ;i; il U. M. !'..;: hncil.
KiiiL'sviile -November I t.. 7.:l!i p. in. II. 1.
Itoot, t. G. Dovev a:nl linn. i:. li. U 1 uii.uu.
Why suffer with a bad ooM if one
bottle of Dr. Hull's Cough Svrup will
cure a cough of the worst kind? Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup is sold for twenty
five cents per bottle, or five bottles for
one dollar in every respee'.nble drug
stoic in the United Sta'cs.
FOX -WIM.SON At th" S.i hi- House.
riattsiii iiali. WVanesiiav. October l.MIi. 1 T'.l.
bv the ITev. !r I :- r:l . Mi:. A. !i. F' to 'iss
Jkxxik A. u.lsjn, bia!j of Cas County.
Mr. Glover. Juil? Sallivan, Ye Kuiu-r :ir.l
lady friends of I lie bri.ie and gnu ui v itaeSNud
th aniline; of the youn cou;.le ycsUrdiy
aften.oon, and wire delighted to how neat
ly, e.isily and gracefully two most excellent cit
ii'iii of Ca-s County became one. Our newly
nun l it d friends have oar heart test coaratula
tions and good wUh.-s for their c.ic:e-s in life.
l'ii.l:iy. October in. tit 1 o'clock p.m., Ocorce
Kessi-ll. iiir;ii:t s f Oi'oiv anl .Mary Ann
Howard. Aed 1 j i-i'iiittis and L'3 days.
ANXI1' tIKACK. Aif d T C. Campbell, died
of ceir-iimo! ion. : t 'iie re-b'.ei;ce of .ftusc
Campbell. i.Vteeu City. M-.. Ci l. P. 179.
She wa-. tl.e (iai:i;h; r of Ni' hohis and Mar
tha lies, and V.-..S bom iu Coviuafeii, Uy.. !.H!-li
31, is4. She v.;;s the mother of I h k e eiiildreii,
two now living.) w a - a devoi d ii.emi'Cr oi t :ie
I'.ai'tist chuieii frota her t l.irli-eath year to la r
i?a! !i, :t::d ii;ed in full i.tipe of that blessed
iuiMiui ta'tty th.it awai:-? the righteous.
Siie w;:s -h't; one y, :ir, saTeia.s ail the paus
of si i.v ceiisumptiiai wi'.hout a marinur.
Ji;is i .vrtiiivixteti.
It is no vile drugged stuff, jretend
ing to be made of wonderful fort ign
loots, barks, ic, and puffed up by long
bogus tvrtilicates of pretended mirac
ulous cures, but a simple, pure effec
tive medicine, -made of well known
valuable remedies, that furnishes its
own certificates by its cures. We re
fer to Hop jlilters, tile purest and best
of medicines. Exchange. See anoth
a,000,000 ACHES OF I'E.YAS LAX1)
WESTERN LAND COMPANY.
Section Latnl Warrants for $12-3 00,
rATEXTKn J.AXDS FOIt SALE
AT SoO FEU SECTION.
NO X -T A X A Ii 1, V. LANDS l'OU SALIC AT
Jtio i.-f nasKCTKi:;.
Tue Sckip coiitrullfd by this com
pany is such tii;st w;V3 issued bj' the
State of Texas to the vaiiosis railroads
of Texas, to aid in their ca:istruclion.
Each one cf these Scrip is a land war
rant for (ii ) aeros of laa 1, can he loca
ted w:i any of the unoccupied domain
of the State, of which there remains
Think of it! A section of Land for
Wo deal only in the best lands, and
parties ordering laud from us can rely
n getting just what they order and
THE BEST THERE IU
to be had, and just as good as if they
were on the ground themselves.
We control a choice lot of Patent
ed Lands in iterlh-wesS Texas in
what is known as tho Pan Handle re
gion, that we Sell at 8320 per section.
Immigration to Xort'u-West Texas is
very large, mostly from the Northern
lt'.is a well-watered region, the lands
are rich and will grow grain and fruits
ot khuis. mere nvj lour raiiroais
projected throuali this re;.. ion, which
will soon be built. Thtse lands will
be worth from five to
TEX DOLLARS AX ACHE
in a few years.
The Country of North-YV est Texas
would remind ens very much of Illi
nois or Iowa.
Tlaere are many Colonies, Farmers,
Trading Stores, .Stock P.uyers, ranches,
ic, all over these north-western coun
ties. Texas has increased in wealth and
population with greater rapidity dur
ing the last ten year.? than any otheri
State in the Union. Population in
lsTOStS.OOO while in lTJ, it is be
lieved to bo
And the tide of Immigration into the
State this year is immense.
Now, if you want to mako money,
if you want a home, if you want
lauds for investment, buy these
lands. A Map of Texas can bd seen by
calling t the ofllce in Plattsmouth.
For particulars call on, or Address
with postage stamj) enclosed,
K. li. WINDHAM, Agnt.
IL E. Koy.'er. Plattsmouth, Neb.
Land Commissioner. 30ai3
"E. Rosenbaum lia3 on hand fresh
Milwaukee beer on draught, daily,
;cool and nice. 14tf."
Eead, and don't Tmy a Dollar's Worth of Goods until yon have
Examined Isis SOGIS 22a sill its Many SFSLBIS3S2SS
GOODS NEVER SO CHEAP BEFORE, FOR CASH :
You can get a good Watch, silver case, anil .American movement, from
10 to $35, warranted for or:c year and a good time keeper. Clocks from
1.50 to 85, each.
Cu(f Pins, Neck Chains and Jewelry, from 50c to $2.50 per pair and set.
A lare assortment of Silver ami Plated Ware ; good Cast ors for 2 each.
Knives, Forks and
Vtt - 1 rf ..i
and the celebrated
Pocket Knives from iOc to 3 each. Razors, Strops, Slc.
S (fkiitifl SWr ZlXint for 84, and a 7 shooting Revolver for $1.75; ail kinds of
for 3 per hundred." And in the
Phivfiwinlr fTlonnr'nnnvt von can uet One Dozen fine Retouched Cards, for
IJlOlOgUipUtf gipaHmCm, "82J50b Cabinet cards, $4 per dozen. Gems, 50c
to 82 nor dozen.
terns, IVom 50c to 1.50 ",;'p0 nc UU ml witli glass, compi to
Velvet Pnspartoots, and Card F rames, bom 5 to 75 cents.
(ILrtely Heaipnweal.) IS EBesI mo mlv&iiteim& hut &
trkih as til &cepntafiIosg ih& mit&zUnme exceeds alii
We win not to
A good Feeond-hand mower for
sale cheap for cash, or to tiade, by
nf r. s. White.
;n ttlb.ai -lie i s lll
I sell you the best Hoots and Shoes
for the smallest amount of Greenbacks
29 tf. Peteh Mehoe?.
Caution to ";:io'iers.
From ni.d after the 1st day of May.
187S all boxes containing cigars of my
manufacane will have my name bold
ly printed on the inside of the lid. Thi
is to j re vent counterfeiting my brand
of cigars, with an inferior quality cf
cigars, resorted to by some unprinci
pled manufacturers. None are genu
ine unless plaiulv labeled:
,i r l i rs i k ppek i ju kg ,
M. N tr I" At.'T l' I! Kit,
rii'.ttsmouth. - - Nebraska.
A line Imported 15oar, Essex, about
one year old. Also three of bis Hoar
pigs, at fair prices. Enquire of
2nf James Pettee.
3Ioiiey to Loan
On Cass County farms at lowest rates
and most favorable terms. Parties de
siring to negotiate loans, please address
for terms :ind infoi mation,
. Lo.MBAliD, .Til.
2St3 Lincoln, Nebraska.
llasKorshek liros., Main Street, one
door east of Dovey's, are getting on a
fine assortment of domestic and im
ported clotiis, wbicli tbey invite every
one to call and examine. Tbey guar
antee gcod work and fit, and will en
deavor to give satisfaction to all their
iictn:n,.iv 'Pli.iir lu-ii!T tli( nnlv nv.
elusive Merchant Tailoring Establish-
........ . .
ment m the city, they are aole to give
their undivided attention to tbtir
work, and their patrons may rest as -
1 J . t fV .! 1 i
su tea mat every euort win ue maue 10
' 1 1 iO V CHllO ti-lIVi .n I I 1 1 V jr.iVA4VO It
the latest styles and the best of work.
Call and see them. 23in2.
1 .- V.1H .i-.il cn.rvi) rfirnuii' 1 c in
Don't be Deceived.
Many persons say "I haven't got the
Consumption" when asked to cure their
Cough with Shiloh's Consumption
Cure. Do they not know that Coughs
lead to Consumption and a remedy
that will cure Consumption will cer
tainly and surely cure a cough or any
lung or throat trouble. We know it
will cure when all others fail and our
faith in it is so positive that we will
refund the pi ice paid if you receive
no benefit. Is not this a fair proposi
tion. Price 10 c:s. 50 cts. and 81.00
per bottle. For lame chest, Uack or
side, use Shiloh's Porous Piaster. Price
25 cents. For sale by Chapman &
"Wliy wiil you suiter with lyspepsia
and liver complaint, constipation, and
general debility when you can et nt
our store shiloh-s System Vitalizer
which we sell on a )o?itive guarantee
to cure ou. l'rice l'i cts. and T. cts.
For sale by Chapman & Smith, Iru
ists. -IIACKMilTACX'"' a popular and
fragrant perfume. Sold by Chapman
& Smith, Druggists, Plattsmouth, Xeb.
Spoons, cheaper than ever.
1. inlinii A-
Silver Steel Strings. Harmonicas from
Frames of nil
Unders:Id In anv Line cf
At Merges' Shoe Store where they
will get the niot and best goods for
Schlitz'Mil waukee beer on draught
always, at E. llosenbauin's saloon.
is a new 1 otel, j)posite the
Academy of Music, O street, Line In,
Nebraska. U is lirst class in every
respect. Good sample rooms for com
mercial men. Terms, per day. .
Si ENci;ii & IJkooks,
41lv ' Proprietors.
Louisville White and Fire Brick Works.
Capt. J. T. A. Hoove'-, Prop. Ibick
of every kind Wall, ornamental; fire
brick especially for Uakers, )i ewers,
Foundry men. Sec. Write to J. T. A
Hoover, Louisville, Neb. ICtf
at Antelope Urewery, Lincoln, Neb.,
orders received and promptly filled.
Agents li 'ie, Keenan iv. Grace. tf.
T ;-'i'ii A XK II, or $ tn :2i a il:iy
in your own locality. No risk. Wo-
t.i: il.i fis w-i-ll ;is nli-Ti "ilniiv lit:-ti'
V -I V UU.., t ii;,n t !ic alil.UJI.t st:i: u' aii'.vc.
No o:ic can t:'.il to la.ikc inou.-y last. Any one
can ilo tiie work. Voii can make from r;j c-:its
to SJ an lionr 1 y devoting your evniiijis ami
sjiarc time to tin- Inisincss. 1; co-ts noiliin to
trv tl.c liiisiiit-ss. Notliii!; like it for money
n:;iki::;r i v -r I'lfi-n-il before. 1'iisiio-ss j!e;s.;t!t
an-.I stncilv Iioiiorab!e. K'-aili-r. i yon want to
know uil ah.nil Cue best a if.s luiaiaess before
tlu imblie send i:s yonr a l;!i"ss aci! ' will
semi yon lu'i i';;rt leufars a :nl n ivate'ti i ins fi ;
paini-le- ml 11 :-j also free ; you can t 1ms- make
up voiir mi'u! for Viur--eH. A lilr wss (.i !'. i; J i".
sTiNiON & CO., roitlau'l. Muine. l ii y
-)nt- lit .-
ii 1 1
lor a new Horse
!;. It i.e.-;
si I i i!:se;i-e.
siMOil.s T.-M! .11-
s. ;i lar'i? i !
;;est rnb-n fur
'an ci:"rn vinv
li::- . line et-'i.v
: vpiirs s-iov. ii:sr i
s. a l: !.'.e of O '
n oi Viu.i ibb' re.
of a Inn -e. rit li
! ji;isi i.-i-i 'I
' ti llMlir the a '.-
t s'nov ii!-4 teet it oi 'each year, and a lare amouiit
' i'f other valuable horse information. Dr. Win.
I H. Ibitl savs, "1 have beuuht books whl.-h I
, i,ae paid 5 and i for v. inch i do m.t liu.- as
veil . s I do yoeis.' Send lor a i n :!'.!; r.
Audit s wanteii. 11. . Ji.t ". did!. 1. 1'., l.no-.-
, - tjt"
. ' v
V .".-; 'Ill's i etu;::k:ib'-- tm-iliei.r-Sn.i
in , Soi-.iit. Curb. ( aiious. i. - . t .
I an v etilai cement , .i:id wiil remove the i : o h
' wiihoiii i-iisterini; or eaieb::? si sor". Norime-
SA V S .- dv ever diseov '-eiS e-jii i's ir mr
irrtainiv 1 iii'il ii, :n st ii io-' i ii.:.. ss
and removing the liaiit li. i'riee .:'l.'n. S,-mi
t'I'ltr. for circular sivin.z positive pro. if. Sold
bv ' i:: ;Nt s or sent bv tin- i,i viuor. I ;. .1. Ken
dill!. M. 1 ., r.no-b'.ir.!i i i'.iis. t. C. 1". Oo.ct
ina:i agent, Omaha, Nebi.-.sk.i.
I5;ttklens Arnica Salve.
The .Jest Salve iu the world for Cuts
Uruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt l.rieuin
Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains
Corns, ami all Kinds of skin eruptions
This Sah e is cruaranteed to jrive per
fect satisfaction i:i ev i y ease or iimn
ev refunded, l'rice 25 cents per box.
For sale bv Smbh A: Placlc, Wholesale
and Ilelail, PlattHtiouth, Xeb. 2-1 ly.
f-fTT?- j T 's-i V, '- T. lif -s. i
V. e u iii pay Auenus .. .i; j oi .1 i per I'l'.iii. i
and x;-as-'. i'T -i . pii-v 1 :il ci.r n-i'.sKiri, l't s- i ! u..r
Tkif f I woii-li-rfnl iiiTen: . r-: . I. 'i i?. ....
i-icil14 fi -n. -..! ii r-ifck.iAS : .'a.. irfx.b.il. jftlic-.
Tn the ir..!ttef of tl
Estate of IV,-;
Jh i a-
Nori.-e i- her-.'hv f'vi-ti, f nil p- t'oi ir'.vbi
('aims :v;!:nst t tie K.si ii te of Jiavbi 1. '.:. i.i
ft. ceius-i-d. to !ib the ;. -one on or befor-' t'.:e r
iay ot Mai-eli at .m- o'clock I". M. A. D. iss1. i
t no o'iice t ii a i'outitv Jude. t.t l'P.C.sniotitl
Cass 'j., Nebraska.
a. N. SUM-IVAN, Co. .IikIl'o.
rUdt -nHii h. Oi l . o;h. is7:i. -j i-ot.
kt h rNa
assortment of Violin
S 7 S-ltrrl Six' t i
& ' AM&elmGnts far
Goods. Watch Work Tcne,
In the iiKittrr of Hie eslate of Jniin s II. Ti:ek-
IT. (lvCtMs. ,1.
N' lii'i' is lien 1" u'ivfi'. to prisons li.tvin
cl.iiiiis a-iins! Ilii- i-stM I .l.o:i-s II. 'I m f
.j...r isi-.l f till' I hi- s:'. I.' (Ill or lll'flll I ! ! J-M
lu oi ' lnVciii'.K-r. A. D. at .njf u'rlix-K !.
in., in tlif" oliii-i' of tlii- i nai-i.v .'ui;..'!', ;u i
iimutli, Cass Comity. Ni lr;is:::i.
A. N. Sl l.l.l VAN", (.'j. Jllll' O.
l'itt-mmuli, Oci, !. !sto. L'nii
Luke r:i!M;il-v vs C!;;il"s W. II. Kiii. In
Justici-"s ('in::!. In !ni- .Ju-('tli 15;ir:--:t, l.-n-.
.1. P. iu ;i;nl lor Cass Couiay. Neb.
Tilutil II. II. K it'll, iion-v ft ;it !u n'unit.
Yt!i lii-n-t'V nntilU -1 Hint 1 !if al'OV'- r.ain-i-il
.lust ice issl:'.-. an onh-r of at I ai-li ! 1 1 : : t
att.'.inst J!i tor s: l.-io an.l oo :s of this sua.
" t-1 1 1 j r' , (jili, ls7:i.
2..i:j I.v k k Con.m:ai.::v. I'Iaint:!T.
To Chin fev l'i'n'f, wii-rcvif.; t fi it f'iitt:
Von are ben by natilieil lliat on tho 23d dav
day of September. A. D . lsTM. Alniira M. ia!l.
t iii- i.ndi r-imied pbtiul ill. filed her petition in
tlie Clerk's oMice of the Disiricl, Court, of the
Second .lulleial District of . cln ask a, within
and for Ca. I'lHinty. niriint yon. I lie oliject
anil pravi r ot said petition is to obtain a decrct
of divoi'-e. dissolving and !ii!tiullili.c tin- inar
liane contrai l exi.-lin.u; between yourself am!
said plaiiitiil. ami also for the care and custodj
of tw o minor hildren. 1h -Iruit of sm-li nr,r
i i;ie. uiom 'lie n'oiiiuls of .-n! ul I cry and aban
donment. Von are required to I I --; i or an
swer to said peiitiou on or before the. ii da;
of November. A. I ., ih::j.
Ai.miha M. VIA IX, riaialiii.
(!ko. S Smith, Lit Attorney. "'t
V..V virt n" :f an exec at ion i-sued by A. N. Sul
livaii. vvlt'oii and for iht-s County. Nebraska,
and to me directed. I will on t;ic l;;m day ;
O 'toiler, A. 1. i sr-.i. at 1 o'i lock p. in., nt said
dav. at the faun of Oeoive Suili, in Ki ;lit M!b
( ; ri a e l"i ccinc . ii. said ciiiih! y, .ell :u pi.hii.
auelioniie' todo-in;,', to-wil: One ilj roai
man; eitiht years old. one (1 pair of ninle.-, t o
(' i lumber v auiMis. oi.e 1 1 1 Joiiiison mow er a:i
one 1 1 .lohnsoii reaier. 1 lie same bein lev iei
up in ami ia'.,ea iis the prop.-rty ol i-eori
Nvv ift . deie-.i'laiit. : to satisfy a j'tiiuineul of c if
sai-l '.'-in; t re-c;ed by ill-' ilome Nationa
Hank of Cbie,,:;i;. I'd., p! linti;';.
l liittsnu uil., Nub., e-ii. .trh. A. D. !-.:.
. t It. W. Hi Kits'. Shell IT.
T.y v :t i re of an erd.-l-, of sale issu-'d by Wm. I..
Wr ils. '. !. : :. i.f t Ie District o l. v. ii bin ami ! i
I Ca-sfo.-i.iv. Nebraska, itud to i,;,- dire t i'.i
' w ii! on the :. ! d;-. , et t.ov ember, A. D. H.M.iitl"
j o'clock. A. M.. oi siiid day. at the South d. -n ol
the Court IJ-ei-e in s.dd in'y. m ii s-.i pt;!.;:e
aiielioii tbe fohou ins; Kei.l l.'.-i.ite to-wil; ti.e
! s.):;;il il. i. s '.lot the south ll.'df (s J)ot
; t ,i - south cast i i.iner i s e ' ,) of scci iei. four! I;
: id I in- t.' "! t: ' -i ''U iitTiii e , .iisi-!i'ii!
I tl 1 1 : e t ' - i. i i in to Si ,s! i ! i I 'A e i e ' 1 j j i : ii : li d l.:ee
t Iimici a t u iiil cast .; ; i-.e C- :; f. M . t lie 1. 1 ;;;. y
a! i t!ii-ivlMii.i ' I c blou ;'it i;.i out i to .
! a, pin- i i.i a--eoi .1 ; ce v. itli p.,.: ;lv oi levy. Tile
siliue l-e!!l' icVie-t ilii e; a'ol I t s.i n as I ue pi i;:-
e: : v ol I i-.ii y ! i. Ji ; ; , , 1'. a 1.. l'e: ; : t and .b. im
I'M ffei.iM lielc-nd.iiiTs ; i.s.itis;y ii j ;,(!- mei.t
of sale, t on. r, reei. v -i. 1 I v ibii i i; .s. Doom,
as-ii.ei! to '1 . i;. Cordon. 11 .intiii'.
riatlsm-julil, Nei. Se.ileli.bei iHth. A. ll.tsTj.
U. W. Iivi.es.
S'.ii-rill.Cius Coindy. Neb.
Ellen A. Steele, of tb Stat'? of lo-v v- ill t a'ie
notice that S.unt: -I M. Chapm. !, of i a.- C -
ly ol Cass and SliC.e ot Ni-l;ia-ka. did vn tl.e
dav of October. IsT'j. tile hi petition in tin' Dis
tr.i t ttotirt of Ca- s C'ouaty and State of Ni ! i.is
l.;i. against tin; -ilid Klleu A. Steele, detend.ui! .
;iiid setti.!- forth that s d;l defendanl isimb bl
ed to l:i:-i. tlie said p'.aailih. iu tins Mini of
s'll-i.":' a:i 1 int'-re-t on t'o- s nne at tin rate of
Pt per eeui. p-.-r ami. iei. ti.)in ti:;; L 'th day of
Dec-inner. 17.". lor leual services r Iidei,-d ;:nd
lice-.--.,; : j expeo.-i-s paid out forth-; Use of the
the sai 1 neli-ii.iaut, at the uistare-e :ui i i'-ijin-st
ot tin? snid del- iidaol. ami praviu jei-manl
for the s.,:d nun of i l-i.o ', to.n tun i i! u i.it-'i -est
thereon at tne r.'.t-.; oi ten p ; ceiiS. per Mi
lium, it om 1 he :d h day ol i leeetlll er, Isr.'i. to-
i c ei der v. ii Ii tin; : of siai.ati.. t:iesald td;in
ti.; fu; t in r caused an at taeniae; it to be iss.,.d
iiiiin-I the s;i:d dele'ioat - fuoii. t y '. sa' ; .ly
vi hatev er .' .ibmeut .slnepd 1-e I ve .-vei l- i U s.iid
ai ti. i a r .t st t lie rani e --Ie, iin-l in
pursuance o( said altiichmcnt. the si ei i:! of
; m'.! (iiiiulv lias lev jo, i the s..:ne Ho--a I he
:o!!.cv5iu r.'ul s;ate, beii to - a1. I i;.-Ii-i-n-
i'lit. t -va o : Lots 2 ioi'l 1J iu bioe', s, lot ' in
block IJ. bus 11 and ! in block :", hd 7 in b'-.e;.
(2. lot 7 ill biock ;;;. lot j in i !..-:. : .". 1 i'i
bh.ri- '.-.;. lot 7 i.i block :. lot - 1 a al 4 ia Mi-k
V. ;is d.JsU:;:U.d oa tlie lCCDlii-a! ph.t i.f C o
City oi I'ia. t e.ou! :i. ia s.iii eoitnfy. Am! tl.e
.si.il l-.'"a A. S! eeie j - no', liied 111 il " is re
ipiil'eii t -' ii 'iei'.r iifo ai's -V iUj l.r be . Ui' i he
1,'th da of Novendu-r. Is7e. or judgment vviiihe
l'i ll !e:i d H';;ti!ir !n r by defi-.iot.
oi.-tohv-r 1st l5;o.
rt. M. CHAPMAN",
; 'S'I- . bv vVlLI.KYT POTTEJfur.lt, Ids Aft'y
to '10 each.
& Guitar Strings,
5c t o $2,50 each
lor shot nms loaded
i iiivriiinw lino
sill M&eIiii5Be9 sbsu!
Iv V ! it no of an order of sale, issued bv Win.
I . iis. Cl-ll. of the llj.'liet t. 'u.llii.'l
iind for ;u-s Count y, N'eln ask.i, and torn.1 ili
l'i etc.!. I ill on Ibe :;d day ol Nine lin-i. A . I - .
1 - T i. at I o'clock a. m., of V.iid ibi . iit I !. sort !i
door of I lie Coin t Hons", iu .said mini y , .-. II at.
public anei i.-n t ne follo-.t imr real , -t aie. i,i-w it :
1 he m,; 1 1 1 -ca-t pi:i! ter i ne ;.j i of s. ct imi ruin
bcr nine iim nm nsli ip unlabel t vvch e i'j ' n i I li
ol iiii,i;i- tliilt- t II ( l il east of the I III 1". M . . and
t be i-out h ball ( - ' . ) . I t h e sent Ii hulf ( s; . i ol I ho
soiit b - as' ipia: t' r si ' , ol section lour (4)
Iimi-!mi.m-!hm1.'i iii. rill of -ane tldlteeu
( 1 -;i si it t be it li i". M.. to ;e;ln-r w it'.l t'n!t- .
purten .nces, the su. phis, if any, to Iks
bi'oiiL'ii; into C ii. i f . i 1:,' s:,nie bH'ie I'M icd pp.
i:;. ioi.t taken ;-.s l ;ie p, o,..-rly of II. II. IVit:i,
iind l.li'ii i'ettit defendants ; lona:ii-fy i j'l'i;:
m -nt of s : i I Court, recovered bv John I'lii
ai l. pl.tiat ill.
Platt sm-mi II. N. b. Si !. i' : ', . A. D. 1 7 .
'..st;, li, . llv n:s, S.iet tr.
Notice of Attachme:.t.
J. .1. Ker'ae, 1'h.i! !es O. Sle,ai t and J -sepli
Calm, d.'in : biisi ne-.s in l!,e name -f lb emc.
Sic v;u l i'v Cal. ii. lion - re-i. I ii its. will ta'e noii '
I hiit on t he 2-'i liv of S. t-nder. Is. i. A. N.
Suiliv iin. 'ouni y .1 in':;e id ' 'a- s I 'mini , i-i "ie
M ite of Nebrasi. i. iss-n-d :in older oi atlaeb
ment for I -ie sum I - .:'',, i i an ad ion ponding
lie lore him v lei eiu v illei t Pol lenj'er i- plaint -ill.
ai.d t h' sa id l!-irni'-.Mi w:iil A; Cal n in e le
I. -in I.i 1. 1 s. ::i'd 111 it me folio. i inu' ei s , ,;iS. n sj -dents
of -aid count V . have been ' il li i iced , t -wit
: l.ebldioll A; llol.s ill the su'n of .-"' Ml. .1.
il. Ihlltery in t1!'' s'l'ii ol shi.imi, an I Oeote
K-Urertou in t lie sum of .-7."..'"1, as money due.
troiu the sai-'. !ardisbees to the sa'd lb fi in!;; "Ik
attached under said older. Sin. c.n.-e was
ronliniiei! to the 11th day of Noven t r, 1.'..
at Id o'clock a. in.
VVlLLKI i r-il'l l.Mil'l..
riatt-inouili. October 1st , is7;. '-'d i
A ndrevv IhMiner of -
in the Slat of
will take mil ice that M 1 1 V l.'-lmei, of Cs.
rourity, in the State of Ni bi.i-l-.a. del on In;
.;d day f rseptcinbor. A. D., DP', lib- her pel -ti-.ui
in the Dist'ict t'oiiit ol Ibe Si nid .Iud -eiiil
District, ot Cue Stale of Ncbia-Kii, vith i
ti. d lot Cass 'oi;r ty, Nebraska, a-iinst tbu
said A miie w iti.-nu r, l--:id int. sei i n. for' 'i
i hal t he said An di i lh-i r, di lii.ihi.d, h;. I
for more than two veins last pa d a b,.nd in d
lis w lie, t he said .Mary lC-i.ner i.iid Wilhal i
.b-iiner, tin ir ml Hit son. and v. holly laded,
icidccted end fcfuseil to ci.-n t rib-it e to th- suo
ooit ol bi'!- ;i am! i'lfal.t s ei, V itliam Kenner,
iii-i ;i- li II: 'i 1 hut the bo;,' iis of Mid II uony he) -nifore
sib'si-t ill i bet l el, said p. I! t i-s llli'T I I
iis-.olved. t h;it she i plaintl!' ) In;. be lestore.i
lo her maiden name, that sin: i plaint ill i ma
have the Hire : nd custody ol Cue lui int son,
liiiiili i.i:' . . i'i '1 for Ali'u'"!,. Ai'd the
-..id Andrea Uei.ie r. ih lei dan r , i- i -lifii -1
thai he is rcpiU'ed to appear and . n-'.i r sain
net it ioll on or be tol 4 t he 171 b d:.y U ; iv i nibi .'
is. i M.vtiV Iti'.M i i:, I'hiintili.
- t -, bv S v : ."u. . l' -i A -. her Atl'J
Se'id- n N. M.riti-.m of I '.'.' St.:- of -ih'.o vIJI
take notice lliat (b-or.'e W. I Iai - iniiiii. o a-s
co i. a i v .li.-i Si iite i I ;. - !n -i !. I, d.;: i ii I !n- Jxtlj
dav ' I .!..:.- I-."-. ! : - p- t:;io:i :.. t::e Ditlie(.
Court ol i ii-s ( ' 'ir.il . .; -1 .t : Neb -a.
.-. -ai.i-t I ." siid m lib-ti N. M't, la-te-i-
i.i ! I, - t.iil'-' I'lit.t t!.:.l i'.e Slbi ' .' 11 N. !cr-
i-iiiai v. roi!2f;t.:y ;-roe-.:i- d ! n.i i '. Vni
iniiis. tin u ! i ."' - .1 er ot -.' i "o i a: y oi i 'a - s t j
eei U'e ;,;:.! lb i.M r t' ti " s lid Dl'fellib.lii.
plet -ilded t.X lb .!, p!' tetidla" l' col,V V
lo t!;.' sa d Si loeii Meii -mi, Defen
d int l lie follow in 'i ib-ci i ned ::..! i.-'.:t to-w it :
i h - out h east ipiaiter isi;il ol section No.
t .i eat v-si V l.i.i t -.'. iis'uip N o. t'-u il'O North of
!'..!'-l' Nil. twelve 1 11 1 ) e . . s t I I t ' lilii". ?d.
tub- tn -li!'.ii laud i-el.d:.,, d bv I .. s ., ! j I ,
it: iind tiiii! tin' s.!i l fax sale i-'e.- l v.!:i. ;i I.
s.ti 1 'i--' eiioed 'l"ed v.is e ecu-,, d ii ii.l d"li . er
c.l u a s oi I. ." ml I h.. I said pit .-mi -i e't"l is
void : ;:mi piiiVin : D id il l t:. sa.e iiial said
l '!. ed I'i.-iv I..-declared bv ti e said Court to
I -tt i and o.d. ami til'.t iillc'.i, ids I'a-t .iplol
til.' ti. of Ibe said i'l:n;: itf. ! i: V lie i-iuove
and the titl- of tlisaid I lailiti.f may be cniilii m
c-i iii l-.i to the said I rcmi-e--. ;e tie? Hi 'l '
Sei leu N .v'l i riam i-t liend y no; ih- -! t b -1 be i
rc juiii i! to appear and a: swei s aid pi-idiou oi.
or belore Hie llth ilav of Novmbef. I T '.
-V, CKOliUK V. li.ViisilM N'.
I J'.y lit. iM. N .'. i'i'! 1 1-N'-ll:. I 1 Attor; ; y .
Tat.en tt;. Sept. '. ''' Ih ' v-riber.
living eilis mil.- south ;' I'i.-it -'iioiith. Cai
Cou:.t v. N en.. m,e bnn :i in ire, but ! i i: ' el f '' t
and riiit fore foot v.bi'.'r :-.nd iiniii vvi.i-.- spot
on foj d, ;i!-o".t I'A'i iv; ye.r oid.
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. Notice lor riiOii-jaticu. .
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V-tieeU loivly ttiven ': f inp. '
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i.i r.r;!-'-" J:i-i! pe-t -. me. po-t ei ! s i . i it, tr i
s.'. nit- !il:.ll e'.trv !: "i'i-. I a! ' -v irdioli I
; nil TV i':;v s tw m" the 'ii! - In I:.;- I. 'Ti.e. V i.'. . -
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