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T )IE HERALD
Go to the I.iederkranz Ball.
-Cider aud Vinegar at F. S. "White's. 03
Nice Christinas Slippers at Mer-
"Gobblers" next Friday
Head Ad. else-3St3
Frku Chestnut3 at the 1. O.News
Depot. - m2
Keenan & Grace
Monday it was 5 below zero. Cold
--Seo Keenan& Grace's Ad. Holi
day good.. 3813
Shell nark Hickory nuts, at the P.
O. yews D?pot. 23t2
Cnoice naisins aiiu iaies iaiuo j. .
O. Xews Depot. S0t2
Did you read "Santa Claus" letter
la another column. 38t2
Call oa Mrs. Capt. Marshall and
get the Hew Organ Tutor. 3811
Christmas carols and candy at the
Episcopal church last evening.
The Peru Herald rrants Paddock,
for President: says he's serious.
This is the longest spell of cold
weather we have had for years.
Pure apple Vinegar and Michi
gan sweet cider at F. S. WUite's. 39t2
Dou't fail to take a look at the
Ntfw Organs at ?.Ir. O. F J olmson'stf.
Christmas Toy, sixty per cent
cheaper than ever at J. F. Bods & Son.
Don't fail t read the letter writ
ten by "Santa Claus" in another col
Buy year sweet heart a bsuiuet
or basket of flavers, at Moore's Green
heuse. Santa Claus says in his letter that
his headquarters are at the P.O. News
' Order your cut flowers early, so I
aball be able to furnish you jusf. what
yoa want. Llewellyn Mookk.
Thermometer 18 below zero, ac
cording to Child ; 23 below, by com
Messina Lemons and Valencia
Orar.scsf or ..CluiUaa Ak-tua T.
tftiffS J7?pCT: T"33t2
G. W. TTorley of Tiock Bluffs, pays
up fr the Herald and Chicago News
Miss Carrio Bennett comes down
from Omaha, to spend Christmas at
Prof, and Mrs. Brumraond are
spending the holidays in Plattsmouth,
and both looking well and happy.
Frank Guthmann says ho can't stand
this hot climate in the Winter, and he
is going t Wisconsin to cool off a spell
John Waterman leaves for the east
this week on business and pleasure.
He will see "tall timber" before be re
turns. We are sorry to hear that our post
master has been on the sick list.
Hope he may recover sufficiently to
enjoy the Christmas festivities.
Thcde Livingston came home for
Christmas, and the boy grows. If he
grows In grace as he does in stature,
he'll be fit for nothing but a Bishop
From our former fellow townsman
?. E. Glas, comes a line saying, "ift
cr s long I havM concluded to renew
my subscription", and "regards t old
Plattsmouth friend. We- gladly put
him on the list again to send a weekly
bulletin of Plattsmouth news.
Wo wish all persons who have built
or made iinprovments the past year,
would send us at once, the probable
value of such improvement. Either by
postal card, or send direct to office.
Please remember this, by so doing we
can see just what we have done.
SI I Ttr Wedding.
We receive from our very good
friends Mr & Mr3. Hesser, an invita
tion to their Silver Weddidg, Wednes
day, We wish them many happy re
turns of tho day and should like to be
there, but the cold weather and
the fact that we premised to get
the paper out Wednesday in order that
our own boys ceuld have a Christmas,
aust prevent. Twenty-five years have
not weakened Mr. Hesser's faith, or
made his' voice grow less cheery.
" Wish Ton Ilerrj Christmas."
That's what the Herald will hear
to-morrow morning, if not in "Its own
house, by the little bird3,frorn every
home where happy children live. The
merry, merrie Christmas time, when
Santa Claus reigns supreme (before
Smith & Black buried him), and big
legged stockings are at u premium.
The Herald hopes every good boy
and girl will get just tlu3 Christmas
present he or she wants, and that all
the big and little readers of the old
Herald will hava the happiesit,
jolliest, "bestest"- Christmas ever
All parties knowing themselves in
debted to Maldaner & Ilerrmaun, are
requested to settle their accounts on
or before Jan. 1st, 1880, or they will
be placed in the hands ef a collector.
40t2 Maldaner & Herrmann.
Little Boy3 and Girls Everywhere
Snow Castle, Iceland, J
Dec. 1st, 1879. j
Once more I greet you with the
"Merriest Christmas" and "gladdest
New Year." Don't fail to see what
fine present I have for you in store at
Phil Young's Headquarters for
my Christmas presents. Now, my dear
children, you must remember that I
am getting old and feeble, so that I
cannct visit you all as in my younger
days, sol would beg you to lighten
my burdens, by going to J. P. Young,
at the P. O. News Depot, and seleeU
such 'goods as you want me to, bring
you for your presents, ask Phil to la
bel them plainly, or write me a letter
in care of Phil Youno ami my word
lor it, you snail have everything you
ask for. But be sure and don't forget
the place, and by being goid children
you shall be rewarded accordingly.
I am as ever, yours, affectionately.
38t2 SAnta Claus
wwm mm mmmmmmii m mm um&Mm
We flalie nr HBodw I '
Asking all to Call upon Us during the
-If you really want to dance, for
keeps, go to the Liederkranz,
Everyone indebted to Smith &
Ulaek are requested to S5ti' by the
first of January. SStf
Wo aro very sorry to learn that
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White, of Crc!e,
have lost their baby.
Everybody rush ints Smith &
Black's and get ycur choice "of Books
baforo it is too late. 3St2
Toa cold to gst around tn the
bridge this week. Have to keep now
till after New Year's.
' Don't forget to pay up and in ad
vance, and then r.anio your Christmas
r New Year's present.
9am ChapraaTi has fixed up hi3 law
roms real neat, and mains to live
jomfcrtable thia winter."
Largest Stock of fine candies and
Toys ever exhibited ia Plattsmouth.
at the P. O. News Depot. U9t2
Gerner, a Lincoln Insurance man,
talked a brother Jr3eymcn of ours
into a swoon last week.
If you want to save money go to
the P. O. News Dfpot, far your Toys,
and Ileliday g o is, candies, e'.c. 38t2
A Christmas trea at tka Presbyte
rian church List evening. Big crowd
and all the children happy.
John Leach, candy man sends U3
the biggest, longest can3 (candy) we
titer baw; for New Year's, we suppose.
A little so of Gu3. Herald has
beoa lying very low with diphtheritic
crp, but saertu now t9 be soinewhat
Get your fellow a button-hole bou
quet for the Masonic, and Moore's
GreenhsHse or at Phil Yeung's is the
place t get it. i
Joe Leasley's new wagon, that
protty red wagon, yoa know; looms
up like a "thing of beauty and a joy
forever 10 Joe.
Natural flowers for Christmas, the
Masonic Ball and New Year. Leave
orders with Phil Young, or come to
Rfee greenhouse. Lew. A. Moore.
Phil Yours g can supply all those
kishing Toys. Candies. Nuts. &c. for
unday schools, or private families,
'liristaaas Trees, Sec, and save von
Bottom Pricoa for Holidays" on
iason & Hamlin Organs, apply to er
address, James Putter,
uniee in u. i . Jounson .Drug More,
Remember -Our Goblins," to
morrow night, at Fitzgerald's Hall.
Bead Dr. Schildknecht's settlement
notice, the last call for settlement be
fore January 1st.
Silverware, cutlery, wlr fruit bas
kets and wire casters in unlimited
quantities, tit J. S. Duke's. 40tl
The only man who seems te enjoy
this weather is Frye, tho G. B. man;
but then how could a man fry all the
time and ever get cool.
College Hill, south of Louisville,
they have a great amateur perform
ance, New Ye; fs wight, January 1st,
1880. Go and tee the fun.
Go and see those granite iron
nickle pi ited lea-pots, befor eyou com
Dlete our Christmas gift buy ins: at
Smith & Black have revived
another invoice of the Many Jo4ds
consisting of wagons, sleds, &ci;!as
they have some perambulator for
"Our New Baby." J1H:3
Sing Merrily, Hi! Oar bridge is
done, the mails come regulah ithe
frescht troes swimmtug east, and ' eve
rybody's happy. V
$ ' i ' i
Ducks! Gec5e:i Turkeys!!! Chick
ens!!:! and in fact anything and a j-efv-thing
in' tho moat line that heart roid
wish for Christmas "wear" at the' old
reliable, Anthony G. Halt's. 3dlLl
Tke stores r.ero so full Monday
Tuesday and Wedaerdir, that it
almost impossible to get waited :'"ofc.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is fast tak
ing the place of all the old fashioned
Cough remedies. It never fails to re
lieve the most violent cold, and for
throat diseases it is invaluable. Price,
25 cents. 1
LITijIIEnRTN 221, 1S70.
lv A. N. iSiiUiv;in, Mr. Jesse F. Little to Miss
Elizabeth Ilerrington. all of cass Co.
At tlio residence of C. M. Holmes, riuttemouth,
Net., on Monday, Dec. 22il, at 2 a. m.. of
Pulmonary couumption, W. 11. IiOLJiKS.
aged 41 years, 7 mo?., and 28 tlays.
Fuceral services at ttie residence on Dec. 23d,
at 12 m.
A Lady's Wish.
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was as
clear and seft as yours," said a lady to
her friend. "How?" inqired the first
lady. "By using Hop Bitters, that
makes pure rich blood nnd blooming
health. It did for me as you observe."
Bead of it.
Say our merchants ain't doing a rbb
Hold your orders for Candies; Anil
Christmas Tree triinmings, untif you
see Phil Young's Stock in that Mi.,
largest ever offered in t!ie city at; fpw
Albert Bauer shot a wild-ca
Cedar creek, Saturday. It was atout
two feet high and three long. 'J?!iir$
are five more in the gaag, an old one
and four kiltei3 left. 1 1
People in ger.ral must reruenili
that the only place in Plattsmoiitl
where yon can get all kinds of books!
for a Christmas present for both yorp
aud old is at Smith & Black's. 39 1
i - i
The German Liederkranz ball oil
Wednesday evening. Dec. 31st, is t ht
great occasion to our German frien Jsj
and we all want to be there. I I
Caspar S.eels lost a fiae cov, very
ehddenly last week, nasi on opening
ir she hnd in her stomach thirty-two
cut nails (about G's), one horse-shoe
nail and three screws. Was she gran
ireroua or omnivorous. "
Grand opportunity to get a first
class Organ for the Holidays. ITason
c5 Hamlin excelled by none.
Ct2 James Pettee, State Agent.
Since leaving Plattsmouth, ilsv. and
White Shoes SSif U
slippers, the nobbiest ever seen; JiiJt
the thing for the grand Festival co ru
ing on apace, at R. Sherwood's. 1
tin' away with Lawyer Ilartigan tb
week. Ga slow, "Pot," there's a S'
deal in that little fellow's head. . f
- The well known livery and fetfl
stable of Alva Drew is still open and
Mr. D. iavites all farmers to call a;. 4
receive the good feed for their hors
and charges will be reasonable md
fair to all. 40Lf !
. . si
Jos. Schlater has aa immense stoc!;
of toys, which will be sold cheapt.r
than ever, consisting of hobby Lorsru-
wagons, and jewelry of every desripj
tioa. Don't fail to take advantage of
this your last opportunity for Christ
mas gifts. 1
llemeraber thst for boots and shoes
Bockwell cannot b beat in price. He
ha3 a large assortment.
T?irty or tin bext or?:;in jr. r iter of the
W(rM arc conijiet iters at t lie i'ari i!;;iosilion.
a cal)lt (Iisiati-!i to t.!iP Ass.'Kriuted lre says
two highest go id ir.eduis have l.eeii awarded lo
the Ataencau n.akers. Mu.son & Humlia.
BOOTS AND SHOES
WomeM'rf warm slippers
Mens " oo
" wool lined shoes S 00
" - boots 2 00
" beaver " 2 00
Christmas slippers, lots, cheap and
beautiful. Teter Merges. ?9t2
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.
Greenwood, Dec, 16, 1879.
39 13 J. W. Stewart.
Died this month, Mr.Santiclause
after a long and fatigued journey, lad
en with Christmas Presents on his
way to Plattsmouth and ordered them
sent on to Smith & Black to be sold at
Bottom Prices, they are also adminis
trators of his estate and all persons
having claims against said estate will
be justified by calling at
Yours Respect full',
Smith & Black's.
Iaver Opera Roots G .?2.00 at
Must be sold to make room for
a large stsck of groceries, regardless
of cost. J. Hons & Son. 39t3
Boot and Shoe Factory
Good Hand Made all CallBtsfor
$3.50 at Merges'. SHI
.Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass countv, will be at the
following limes and places:
At Plattsmouth, 1st Friday and Sat
urday in January, February, May, Au
gust, October and November. At
Weeping Water, 1st Fridav and Satur
day in March, J uno and September. At
Louisvibe 1st Friday and Saturuay in
April, Jul v and December. Notice of
ttions will be given.
D. D. Martindale.
A Wonderful Discorej-y.
For th speodv euro of Consumption
and all diseases that lead to it, such as
stubborn Coughs, neglected Colds,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Asthma, pain
in the side and chest, ilry hacking
cough, tickling in the throat, Hoarse
ness, Sore Throat, and all chrunic or
lingering diseases of the throat and
lungs, Dn. Kino's New Discovery
has no equal and ha3 established for
itself a world-wide reputation. Many
leading physicans recommend and nse
it in their practice. The formula
from which it 13 prepared is higlily
recommended by all medical journals.
The clergy and the press have compli
mented it in the n?t glowing terms.
Go to your druggist and get a trial bot
tle free of cost, or a regular size for
81.00. For sale by Smith & Black,
wholesale aud retail, Plattsmouth,
Co ud ill Pit Sparm Cnre
is a sure nre for spavin, uplint.
enrb, callous, sprains, swcliins.
- .1.- 11 . 1 ..,1
j-.fVf " ; H!?'ts of t lie joints aud limbs. It
t ;Z wiil completely rei'iove a bone
-:AS spavin without blistering or caus-
CW a sore. J t is a!o as good for
man as for l.oast and is used full
strength, at all tkiu-s of the vear with nerfect
O'lice IT. S. Marelial, Kalamazoo, Apr. 15, 70.
R. J. Kendall. Dkaic Sik : 1 reo-ived the
two bottles of yourspavin cure forwarded by ex
press in .Ltnuary last. I am happy to state that
it performed all your advert ixement called for.
In three weeks after I commenced umhx it, the
spavin va entirely removed and a valuable
horse restored lo usefulness. Very truly Tours.
Send for illustrated circular civing Positive
I'roof. I'rieel. All Irtir?ist have it or can
get it for you. Dr. C. J. Keudail & Co., l'ron's.
autf Ktiolur;r halls, vt.
V. E. Good;uan, Agent, Oinuna, Neb.
Elegant Styles Mason & Hamlin
I Organs on hand and coming.
S3t2 James Pettee. Geu'l Agt.
Our Goblins at Fitzgerald HaPl
Fridiiy evening, Dec. 2Cth. We clip!
the following freia the Iowa City pres.j
of Dec, vth. '
Last night we had the first perform
commingled with sangs and genteel
dancing. The burlesque element i?
especially, rich and good, the more be
cause of the total absence of thread
bare jokes and lame stage effects. The
contrast between modern and medieval
Mrs. Delainatvr have been afiiicted in ! in costumes and dialogue is a continue
tfea less of their infaut ehi'd, tha
dentil occurring in Fremont, where
the family aro staying; Mr. Delainatvr
!dii3el being in Colorado.
. Rerneaiber Phil Young makes a
epm.tlty of T?ys. Juvenile Books, Pho
tnd authograph albums, Dolls, Doll
Iloads and I5odi?s, China ware, Vio
lir.s, Accordeons, - and Harmonicas,
Candies-. Nuts and Fruits of all kinds,
f al will not be unJhjrsoM. 38t2.
al source of laughter, for even these
are exaggerated sufltciently to keep
even with the other good parts of the
play. There is no need of synopsizing
the play nor praising the individual
Last Call Notice is hereby given
;by the undersigned that all accounts
due thern r.ot settled by the first of
'January, 18S0, will be placed in the
lian&3 of a collector with instructions
Jo collect at any cost. Please Remem
ber. 37t4 Streight & Miller.
Mens' Fine Warm Slippers for 5o cts..
at Merles'. 3uf
1 The Latest Discovery.
Of more value than any Silver Mire
in Colorado, is German Catarrh
C'ere: a remedy prepared especially
for tho cure of Catarrh and severe
No end to them ; nobby patterns for
Christmas trade. Don't fail to call
and examine, at Guthman & Weck-bach's.
Gloves and Mitts, afine line kept at
37 12 ' K. Sherwood's.
HiijLcjit price paid for Hides. Furt', Wool,
etc.. at- F. S. White's. 25if
Good Ilnnd Made all Calf Boots for
3.5fl at. Merles'. 3Mf
If 1 if fjBBu
ley or Stem
olidays, and View Our Stock of
. .. -
Ladies' Sets, in Cameo & Colored Trimmings,
if- Ok Z 4Tk ffv fix
y ifiavateai' to call aEBd
g HeM;fii: f Mew
"21. B. I have a First-Class Engraver in my employ, and all Goods bought of me will bs HICELY
MARKED, FREE OF Q1IARQE
Farm fr hale !
Consisting of Eighty two acres under
cultivation, with a Rood dwelling
house and substantial outbuildings, on
Section 36, Town 12, Range 11, Louis
ville Precinct. Enquire of
31tll J. Sell LATER, PlattSTpnnt.h
We will lay Anentiufcj-. ary oi luu t-T iiionth
ftod xper.3o( or Hticwik lar: con mii.tci, to.etl our
Dew mud wonderful iDrentit.u.. M' mean vha t av.
boimpi free A-Jlies.aEimx & Cl. iaiariii&il. MiciL.
Is liereJj given to each and everyone know-fag
themselves indebted to ne to tfttfle prior to
January 1st. 1SS0, as after that d:ite all accounts
will positively be placed In the hands of a col
lector. V. U. Schildkkct,
3ctf Office at Smith & lilaek's Store
Fancy slippers at Sherwood's cheap
One pair of boots or shoes saved
every vear by using Ivon s i'atent
Metallic Heel Stiffeners. 37t4
The Best Sewing Machines in the Market
at Meijres. 34tf
Bncklens Armea Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions
j. ms oaive is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction in every case or mon
ey refunded. Price 23 cents per box.
For sale by Smith & Black, Wholesale
and Retail, Plattsmouth, Xeb. 241y.
yen Lot f Case (Joods
for Christmas and Holidays, Brandies,
bottled, Scotch whisky, Irish whisky.
Bourbon and Ales, bottled beer and
wines of all kinds, at
38t3 Keenak & Grace's.
i... .. . i ? . ...
, - "r l',v n-,, - y , TT I rlds in the head, that invariably lead
by Ir. A m. Gill in which the authia 3 to Catarrh, which are so comraou in
does some excellent acung. This overj tlila climate. Remember that Catarrh,
the play of the evening began, whicn not checkea promptly, goes to the
is a splendid combmatieirpf ridiculRs 1 ngSt ;iud ends in Consumption. Each
situations, mimicry and burlesque, i A' .IpI.tv ia.o n,r t.. t
rice only 50 cts. For Sale by the
Manufacturers, Brown ilediciHe and
Manuf'g Co., Ieaveii worth, Kansas,
and all Wholesale and Retail Drug
gists in the West.
1 Brown's Cor.gh Balsam.
Vill cure that cough. It cures by al
llying.irrritation and producieg easy
expectoration. It is the most reliable
Cbugh Cure in the AVest. Beware . f
members. Ther frm n. MmWnitUn l""4' l"ii "lijing opi-
music is better than that of .V? kttM
ar company. Prof. Geo. Loesch, the : rhr Troches will enfe thafh.'SSSS
leader, is a noted compwer and musL- ; r ad sorens and strengthen the voice
cal org-mizer. 1 fci- Press earnestly ad-; T ftale bv J. II. Buttery. Smith &
vises Its readers to go to night and en'- ? 2ack,and O. F, Johnson, Plattsmouth.
jofun unbiueaaasarkUns', -J 33tf .
: " , . "-.-. -V.t -. '
Bon't bo Deceived,
ifany 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
ead to Consumption and a remedy
that will cure Consumption will cer
tainly and sureiy cure a cough or any
lung or throat trouble, We know it
w ill cure when all others fail and our
faith in it is so positive that we will
refund the price paid if you receive
no benefit. Is not this a fair proposi
tion. Price 10 cts. 50 cts. and S1.00
per bottle. For lame chest, Back or
side, use Shiloh's Porous Piaster. Price
25 cents. For sale by Chapman &
Why will you sutler with Dyspepsia
and liver complaint, constipation, and
general debility when you can get at
our store Shiloh's System Vitalizer
which we sell on a positive guarantee
to cure you. Price 10 cts. and 75 cts.
For sale by Chapman Smith, Drug
- HACKMATACK" a popular and
fragrant perfume. Sold bv Chapman
& Smith, Druggists, Plattsmouth, Neb.
CITY AND COUNTY,
IN ENDLESS QUANTITIES.
:t . WILLS, WISE.
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Everything for MENS' and
vii' wu&y -J-ViVU.
Basadj mmle sip at rasaaMe rafie asisl
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and latest tyle
iZ pi WESCOTT jo 3 J
jlUv -bb POWELL, Q Is
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AK " SI NEBRASKA. ' 1$
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them laere to elL W
are hei tlsafi l5BEsSines s sif
ht place yia eaiSo
We have a
place to feaiy tOseam, assa! diis9t forget it.
G-JZJSTTS' FTKjZjsrXSJ&TJVG- &00&S-T3JJZJVSJEJ.
OUR NAME IS WESCOTT & POWELL,
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