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B. &M. R. KTime Table.
Taking Effect May 4, 1879.
FOE OMAHA EKOM 7l.ATl SMOCTH.
leaves 8 nu) a. in. Arrives a. m.io :'20
j:wp. m., " 4 -XA p. in.
rKOXf OMAHA FOK rLATTSMOCTII.
leaves 9 :10 a. in. Arrives lo :40 a. m.
" 6 :3'J p. in. " :15 p. i".
Meals f.t all hours at Davis & Co.'s.
Good Cigars, remember, at Davi
& CO.'S. Clt2
Maybo thc3Q sleighs will came in
TVolla going down all alang the
Frank Hager vreat up to Omaha,
Saturday p. in.
Kezular cooked, meals at all hours
at Davis & Co.'s 5U2
New Maple Sugar, fresh and pure
at the F. O. News Depot.
Oysters always fresh and good at
Davis & Co.'s Kestaurant. 5112
Dr. Warner's Health Corsets at
Mrs. Jehnsan & Sweeney's. 5U2
Base Balls and Bats, Marbles and
Tops, at tha P. O. News Depot. 1
If you waut any painting1 call ou
G. F. Ilobbd at Smith & Black's.
F. B. Crarnmar had another of his
whispering spoils the first of the week.
The Grampion mine in Frisco,
Utah, was sold to Chicago parties far
You need not come, Dan, we'll
be In Lincoln ourself again the last
of the moon.
Head "Tho Absent To-night" on
the outside. It is a reminder of the
old war times.
C. E. "Wescott arrived from the east
on Tuesday last, looking well and
hearty as ever.
A. liae ef new embroideries, very
cheap and in late designs at Mrs. Jehn
i5a & Sweeney's. 5U2
Mr. Countryman lost his purse with
$40 and Mr. Lee Oldham found it, and
returned the same.
Current rumour says.Loulsvilleis
going to try for permanent Fair
grannds again this year.
Vv'. II. Baker & Co. will spread
thfnmdves again next week in the
Hi-:itAi.i. then read their ad.
J. V. "Weckbach returned, from
Chicago Tuesday and reports a largo
invoice of new goods on the way.
The Committee to arrange the pre
mium list :;t iV.ti County Fair meet at
2 o'clock, .Saturday afternoon next.
Ona of the Lincoln papers gets
Spencsi from Sauuders County and the
ohr uue ;io Spencer from Cass Co.
Win. Murray shipped last Friday,
thirty-two steers, that averaged 1540
poi'.ud a head. Beat that, who can.
200 Boxes "Excelsior Bird Food,"
juit received at the P. O. News Depot,
it is the best ftud cheapest ia the citv.
C. II. Parmela is bringing eouio
shelves aud ceuuters from Ashland to
.put in his now of;ica very uice ones,
The fire company had a littlo hur
rah Monday evening, but thoy want
to watch out for telephone wires after
John Bauer has returned from
Germany and brought a young colony
over to help seltlft the broad acres of
See tha account of the cars ship
pad from South Btnd hist year. It's
huge that's only a sprinkling of
what's to come.
Gilbert Hobbs starts ont new in
(louse and ornamental painting this
Spring. Kemember to leave calls at
Smith & Black's.
New and Elegant flowers, also
new styles of silks and ribbons iu pol
ka Attn, aud brocaded desigus at Mrs.
Johnson & Sw eeney's. 51t2
A little ehoot at Milford on the
8i.li. Three Granger brothers shot at
and wounded fatally a man by the
name of Samuel Bawker.
Go to C. G. HeroM for your firs t
class clothing at low rates. The larg
est stock ever seen in the city and
more constantly arriving. 51t4
The Journal Company at Lincoln
have bought tho Old Palace ( Atwood)
Hotel property and are going to build
a big printing offiee on it.
Oh, yes! no mere Stale Peatuts,
but go to Phil Young and get Warm
Peanuts at all times of the day from
his patent Peanut ltoastor. 1
Tho building for fire apparatus
wh3 commenced on Tuesday, Bate3 &
Kohnke have the contract, and we
know they will do a good job.
Oae of our most estimable citi
zens may be thankful for the intro
duction of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, for
its timely use has saved his lire, 1
Notice change in lime table of
Omaha Branch at hsad f local col
umn. No more getting up in the
night to eat and run for the train.
The fire company intend to Laye
their first grand ball on All Fools Day,
aud a big crowd is of course expected
and they also deserve to be patronized.
At last the March Enow has come.
Whether its going to be an old tanner
or only a mild dressing of feathers to
old mother earth, wc can't tell until
after wo go to pres3.
J. E. Cunningham, our young
painter tried to ornament his ewu face
not lang since. A bad case of neural
gia caused him to put a very artistic
coat of Iodine paint on his cheek. For
A day or two Jim had as much cheek
ft tiie proverbial government mule.
Sam Long came in from the West
Ben Droste and James Wiley were
in town last week.
John Chalfant came up Monday,
likewise Mrs. Chalfant.
Billy Wells moves out on his farm
soon, and starts a law ofSco in South
Mr. Manion and Mr. Pocock take
the Herald to keep em company this
Miss Eunice Sage left on the west
bound train yesterday moraing.fora
few days visit at the Capitol.
C. C. Babcock of Weeping Water,
takes the Hehald right along, if he
is going to visit Arapahoe soon.
Jabu Fitrgerald and P.. C. Cushing
dropped down on us from some rail
road headquarters Tuesday, off again
like a flash.
Win. Stadelmann, was once more
back to lee us this week. We believe
"Billy looks with a bait longing eye
ou old Plattemouth yet.
It. G. McFarland, P. M. at South
Band and general good fellow was in
town Friday last. On timo as usual
and the IIekald didnt get to seo him
Wra. Loughridge, a good old fash
ioned North of Ireland man, comes to
live among -us, with his family. lie is
in the Blacksmith department of the
B. & M. Shops.
Mrs. A. A. White, one of the State
officers of tho Good Templar organiza
tion, viaited us this week and was-a
guest at the Eekals House for a por
tion of the time.
Hon. J. S. Gibsou, of Omaha, Slate
Senator. Committee on Capitol build
ing, &.C., vibited us last week. He is
now the agent for the great clothing
houso of Devlin & Co., New York.
New designs in back combs, gilt
and jet hairpins, lace and lisle thread
of en v.orked gloves at
5112 Mu3. Jonxcos & Sweeney's
Mr. Kiag, of the Shenandoah Nur
series, moves to Cass County to live
next week, and will keep a good sup
ply of Nursery Stock on hacd.
For Sale Cheap. A good young
cow ; is giving miiK. enquire or, or
address James Pettee,
51tf Plattsmouth, Nob.
Look out for the Boss Cigar, the
Plattsmouth Board of Trade" a spe
cial brand of Phii Young's, which he
will have on sale about March 20ih. 1
Mr. J. W. Barnes, 6tarted we3t
Tuesday morning, he will stop at In-
diauola, tho terminus of the B. & M.,
to meet with the South Flatto Town
Georgo Hutz fell fiom the scaf
folding of Mr. Davis' Ba. n and severe
ly injured himself inwardly. He will
soon be around again, it is supposed
Mr. Geo. Amlck brought the fami
ly f W. Bates, the murdered man near
Seward, home with him. It consists
of the'wife. two girls and a boy, aged,
14, 10 and 4 years.
G. F. Hobbs House and Sign Paint
er. Ornamental painting, Calciinining,
&c, and remember Gilbert does it well
too. He painted the Hekald house
and we were very well satisfied.
We would like to know who is
running the City council, the elected
officers or outside parties. We pro
pose to publish those ordinances ac
cording to contract, and get pay too.
Tho warm weather has made con
siderable floating ice in the river. The
Sioux City papers report the lowest
water ever known there, owing to
several gorges in the river above that
Mrs. Loomis, who has been sick
for months with consumption, died on
Sunday evening, and was buried on
Tuesday afternoon by the Good Tem
plars. She leaves three small children
Phil Yo'jng is the best and most
successful advertiser in town, and all
because he knows what he wants, keeps
what he says he will, and attends to
business himself, aud he is prospering
too, as he deserves.
Phil Younjr can furnish all lovers
of croquet, with 4, 5, and 8 Ball Sets,
of which Phil has a full stockor the
spring trade. If yoa want a Cork
Scerw free, go and buy a 10c bottle of
Ink at the P. O. News Depot. 1
Our correspondents must remem
Wr that it is news, facts, which we
Aviah to get and not ruaior. All of
such a nature we must strike from
their li tters. Especially where it af
fects tho character of any one.
The Sentinel is said to have chang
ed hands, a Mr. Biles takes holt." and
she will hereafter be run as a Simon
pure Democratic Newspaper, under
the old name, ef "The Cass County
Democrat." Go it Biles, Wise is after
The Fair grounds business seems
to drag so slowly here, that we under
stand other localities are going to come
in and offer suitable grounds, &c, for
the Fair. Wo feared the slow-moving
people here would sia their day of
A very good letter from Elm wood
came too iate for this issue. We can
not publish lengthy matter that comes
in as late as the western mails do on
Wednesday and get to press in time
for morning mails Thursday. "Elm
wood Points" will appear next week.
The Railroad Company ara grad
ing, ditching and throwing dirt over
on the old Lincoln Avenue at a great
rate. A big Roundhouse, a Foundry,
larger Wood shops and various other
improvements that are going to aid
and help our town very much. Be
sides theprivate improvements being
made are wonderful, in every direction
houses are going up.
riattsmonth Driving- Park and Agri
The stockholders of the above orga
nization are requested to meet at one
o'clock, sharp, onSaturday, March 20th,
in the Court House, for important bu
siness very necessary to be transacted,
and a full turn out is earnestly re
quested, if tho object of tho associa
tion is to be a success.
J. Vallekt, Sr.,
Jno. A. MacMurphy, V. Pres.'
Additional Locals on second page.
Phil Young distributed gratuitoma
ly ou last Monday and Tuesday, 1000
copies of "Golden Days," a paper for
Boys and Girls, published by the Edi
tor of Saturday Night, aay one wish
ing to subscribe for Golden Days, will
please call on Phil. 1
Prof. G. E. Fester of New Bruns
wick will deliver a series of five or
six lectures on Temperance in Platts
mouth, commencing Friday of this
week. Prof. Foster has the reputa
tion of being a very fine orator and
our people will doubtless enjoy a treat.
J. D. YanDoren, Esq., (formerly of
Wisconsin) and tho original Importer
of the Essex breed of Hogs, has open
ed a farm near Albion, Boone County,
Nebraska, where ho has a fine stock of
the Essex Swiae. Mr. James Pettee
has just received a Pig from him aud
if it represents his stockbreeders will
will do well to supply themselves.
Hon. James Dawes. Chairmaa of
Rtpublican State Central Committee,
passed through here Sunday. Ed Ruff-
ner told us all about it, and we went
down to see him. Mr. Dawes says it
was Logan, Logan, Logan for three
days in Washington. His name and
his speech were the theme of every
tongue. If Fitz John Porter fails to
be reinstated, as he should fail, he can
chargo it to Logau. Wo do not believe
the Democratic Senate will dare report
favoiably en his case after that array
The Good Templars held a meet
ing ef their District Lodge, on Mon
day evening and Tuesday morning of
this week, a part of. their business be
ing to hear the report of work dene
throughout the district by Mrs. A. A.
White, grand vice tencplar of the I. O.
G. T. for Nebraska, who has just been
traveling through tho county in the
nterest of the order; owing to a se
vere cold Mrs. While was usable to bo
out Monday evening or to fulfill the
programme of work as laid out. Quite
a number of members from lodges
throughout tho district attended. Mrs.
White left on Wednesday morning in
tending to fctop at Gresnwood, Elm-
weod and Callahan unless the storm
at tho 11. E. Church, commencing Fri
day evening, by Prof. Geo. E. Foster.
Davis & Co. keep one of the best
Restaurants ever idn in the town. In
Ben. Hemple's eld building. - 5H2
Money at 10 ptr cent, interest on la-
proved farms. Appjy to
51 33 R. H. WlNDHAK.
"Cheap Charlie" of the one Price
Clothing Store ha3 finally got his
stock in the new building. Corner Cth
and Main Streets. Call in. 1
Eart't forget my offer on the Popu
lar Style OitaANS. Persons wishi
ng to purchase will do well to give
me a call soon. James Pettee, Agt.
Maaon & namlin Organ Company.
New Goods! Jat la !
Miss Sweeney lias just returned from
the east, and determined not to ba
overtaken by tho early spring has
brought on a line of goods for the
spring trade which she iuvites all her
customers to call and examine. New
pattern hats and all the different styles,
coming next week. 1
Equipping for a Trip !
A party of burglars visited the pre
mises of Mr. E. Sage on Tuesday night,
taking from hi barn two fine buffalo
robes, and from the house a rifle, pair
of boots, pair of gloves, and a quanti
ty of meat from tho cellar. The ar
ticles were, not missed till the next
morning, and no trace of the thieves
has been found.
The Cass Connty Agricultural Society
Held its annual meeting on Saturday
ast, and elected the following officers
for the ensuing year:
President D. H. Wheeler.
Yico Pres't Sam'l Richardson.
Treasurer J. Vallery, Sr.
Sec'y J. N. Wise. v
Isaac Wiles, K. Eikenbary,
A. B. Todd, J. W. Johnson,
W. J.'Uessar, Jas. Hall,
J. C. Gilmore.
A committee on premium list and
other matters was appointed, and the
meeting adjourned for two weeks, or
until Saturday, March 20th, at 2 p. m.;
and a good attendance is needed.
Mr. Johu Schleyer, the proprietor of
the Chilton, Wis.. Volksbote, a pro
gressive German weekly, gratified as
with the following:
With pleasure I add my testimonial
to the many already given in favor of
St. Jacob's Oil, which I had occasion
to test personally. I suffered extrems
pains in the back of my neck, which
were almost unbearable. Having
heard of St. Jacob's OU I dispatched
ono of my men to the nearest drug
6tore, procured a bottle, and commenc
ed to apply it at once. Thpain sub
sided, aud ou the next morning I was
all right again. 51 tl
Allen & Co.'s Richmond Gem, 35
cents per pound, and Ole Virginia.
15 cents per package, both curly cut,
the best and finest smoking tobaccos in
town, sold at J. Pepperberg's. DOtf
Saturday Eve, March 6th,
Mayor Jobusoit called the meeting
to eider. Present: J. Pepperberg, V.
V.Leonard, Thos. Pollock, E. S.Sharp,
P. McCallan and G. W. Fairfield,
Council men ; J. D. Simpson, Clerk.
Minutes of previous meeting ap
proved and signed.
The following bills were referred to
the finance committee, tho'firct two of
which were reported upon immediate
ly and ordered that orders be drawn
for their respeclivo amounts:
P. B. Murphy, salary for Feb'y $40 00
J. D. Simpson, - " 30 00
M. Sehnellbacker, repairing cem
District Court Costs
Drain et al. special watchmen
Commissioner on streets
M. CarrolVpetition for license was
referred to license committee.
Mr. Leonard was duly authorized to
co ahead and procure lumber and
workmen and? erect, the building on
5th street, north of Main for the fire
Mayor and Clerk were instructed to
draw for amount wanting on repairs
of well on lower Main by Djnelan's.
Mr.. Fairfield reported that the sur
rey on Billing's Avenue fcweuld be
completed as soon as the R. R. Co. had
staked off all the ground they desired
for adding to their shops.
Committee on waterworks reported
that cost of pipes and reservoir would
agree with figures heretofore calculat
ed. A resolution was introduced by Mr.
Pollock, recommending the passage of
two ordinances to fulfil the contracts
for right of way to shop grounds of
the B. & M.
The ordinances were read first time
and suspending rule3. -were placed up
on second and third reading and pass
age. Clerk was instructed to make an
itemized statcment'of business of the
city transacted for the past six
On motion tho Mayor was requested
to obtain Hon. S. M, Chapman's opin
ion in writing, on the question of
electing Ceuncilmen at coming elec
tion. On motion of Mr. Pepperberg, one
of the ordinances just passed, was or-
derod printed in the Hekald and
other in the Enterprise.
On motion Council adjourned
meet Tuesday evening March 9th,
A ttest : J . W. J ouxson,
J. D. Simpsox, Mayor.
Tuesday, March S.
as per adjournment;
present, Mr. Mayer, iiessrs. Pollock,
Leonard, Weckbach, Sharp, Fairfield,
and Pepperberg, Council men, and J. D.
The meeting was called, as stated by
Mayor, to take up the matter in refer
ence to the right of way to Billings
Committee on petition of O. F. John
son, asking for reduction on license,
was granted further time.
On motion Ordinance No. 103, intro
duced by the Mayor and Engineer, en
titled "An ordinance to locate and es
tablish Billings Avenue." was placed
upen its first reading.
On motion of Mr. Weckbach the
rules were suspended, and the ordi
nance placed upon its sscond and third
readings by title, and final passage.
On motion of Mr. Pollock, Mr. Fair
field was appointed a Committee of
one to investigate titles of property in
the route proposed for Billiag3 Ayc.
On motion, Messrs. Fairfield, Pol
lock, and the Mayor were authorized
to negotiate for right of way to Ave.
Mr. Fairfield reported that 930 yds.
of earth would have to be removed for
cut on tho a venae, at a probable cost
The Maor was authorized to adver
tise for bids on same.
Petition from active firemen, asking
that the Council furnish lumber pufli
cient to erect the building for fire ap
paratus, two stories high, so as to fur
nish room for company meetings, they
agreeing to pay tho carpenter work
from individual subscriptions among
themselves, was referred to Committee
on fire and water.
Mr. Leonard, chairman of said com
mittee, reported that lumber and work
men had been engaged for buildieg ac
cording to tho authority given him,
and that, in order to grant the peti
tion, it would be necessary to re-consider
A communication from Mr. Chap
man was read, to the effect that, in his
opinion, two Councilmen from each
ward would have to ba elected at the
Tho Councilmen were requested by
the Mayor to be able at next meeting
to recommend judges and clerks of
election, and places of holding the
election in tho respective wards.
Oa motion Council adjourned to
meet Saturday evening, March 13th, at
7 o'clock, sharp.
Attest : J.W.J OHNSON,
J. D. SiMrsoN, Mayor,
Our old stand-by, Fred. Gorder, has
now on hand Sulky Plows, for Spring
plowing xx Corn Planters x x Har
rows x x x ! ! ? ? But Cultivators
to insure the next corn ctp that's
Fred's great J'holt." Come and see his
Farm for Sale.
320 acres, seven miles. from the city.
Improvements first class; 400 bearing
fruit trees; Cheap acd on easy term3.
Call soon and get a bargain.
50t4 Will. S. Wise.
WOT FAIT, tn ion
for our Price Llt for
1880. Fill to inr
audress upon u.
description of er.ri.
tUinff required or
M If F I 1 i
t ll-lllf t
... . ,.. personal or ImiI tuml
with ejTer 1.200 Illnitrtlon. W fl
Bwij i wholes' price In quantities to suit
ie pnrchaser. Th only Institution la America
MONTGOMERY WARD CO..
X 7 ( a 20 Wnlrtisb Art" ClUr in.
Surewdncss and Ability.
Hop Bitters so freely advertised iu
all the papers, secular and religious,
are having a large sal, and are sup
planting all other medicines. There
is lo denying the Virtues of the Hop
plant, and the proprietors of these Bit
ters have shown great shrewdness and
ability in compeundinga Bitters, whose
virtues are so palpable to every one's
A young saw, three quarters Essex,
for sale at the Hekald office. tf
Notice to Teachers.
I will hold an examination at Green
wood on tho last Friday and Saturday
of March. E. H.Wooley,
C0H . Co. Supt.
All persons in Cass County who have
hociesteaded, will find out something
to their interest by calling on me. Call
without delay. Will. S. Wise,
50t4 Fitzgerald's Block, Plattsmouth.
Misses Herrmann & Wurl have re
moved their Millinery headquarters to
Wm. Herold's store, where they will
be happy to receive their old custom
ern, and many new ones. 50t2
Allen's Kill en the Weeping Water.
W. T. Allen has his Mill in tho very
best of running order and wants all
the custom he can get. He will guar
antee no one will go from the mill dis
satisfied, $5 reward for bad Hour made
out of good wheat. He has all kinds
of stock for sale and the very best, will
sell cheap on good terms. Call and
see him soon as lie is selling out to
move west. He pays his best respects
to all of his old Customers.
50ta W. T. Allen.
Get Lyon's Patent Heel Stiffeners
applied to those new boots or shoes be
fore you run them ever. 50t4
Ilighest price paid lor Hides. Furs. Wool
etc., at F. S. White's. 25U
A young three quarters Esaex
Sow for sale. Inquire here. tf
Remember that for boots and shoes
Rockwell cannot be beat in price. He
has a large assortment. 28tf.
Ladies' and children's boots and
shoes cannot run ovrif Lyon's Patent
Heel Stilieners are used.- 4fct4
The Best canned and dried fruits
in the city at F. S. White's. 43tf.
Thirty of ll lient onjan innkcrs of the
World are competitor at the. l'ari- Exposition,
a cable dispatch to the As.s.ciated l'res says
Two highest Koid medals have been awarded to
I lie Ameiicun makers, .Mason 6: lianilin.
Avoid smoking eastern filthy tenement-made
cigars. Ask your dealers
for Pepperberg's pure brands of home
made cignrs. If you don't llnd them
there, go where they are kept, and by
doing so, encourage home labor. Job
bing in cigars and smokers' articles a
specialty, at low prices. A large and
varied stock of smokers' goods always
en hand, at prices to suit the times.
42tf Julius PEi'PEniiEita.
Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and ail kinds of skin eruptions
This Salve is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction in every case or mon
ey refunded. Price 2t cents per box.
For sale by Smith & Black, Wholesale
and Retail, Plattsmouth, Xeb. 241y.
Hard Wood For Sale.
Good hard wood for sale. Inquire
at Guthman & Weckbach's store. 44tl3
Of all ether medicines Browns Pop
ular Western Remedies, may be
seen in every family where used. For
sale by J. H. Buttery, Smith & Black
and O. F. Johnson. Plattsmouth, and
John Tamter and Eledge & Co., East
Drown' Vegetable Liver Fills
Cure Billiousness and Sick head-ache.
EKOtVS H t'OlWH BALSAM
Heals the lungs and cures coughs and
BROWX14 TAFl TROCHES
Cure sore throat and hoarseness, and
clear and strengthen the Yoice.
BBOWX ARNICA HALVE
Heals ulcers, cats, burns and infl:
IXrowc'M tieriaan Catarrh Care
Is taking the place of all other ca
tarrh remedies. When used in con
nection with Comp. Ext.Sarsapakil
la, Dandelion & Iodine of Potas
sium, it has Never failed to cure. 48tf
Ifotlce to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass county, will be at the
following times and places:
At Plattsmouth, 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 and September. At
Louisviile 1st Friday and Saturday
April, Jul v and December. Notice
other examinations will be given.
E. II. Wogley,
A Rochester Physician'. Experience.
1. Caulkins, M. D., of Rochester, X.
Y., certifies Oct. 6th, 1871), that he has
used the Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
ia hi3 practice for diseases of tho kid
neys and liver, and the result has been
satisfactory in the extreme. He says:
"I would now prescribe the same rem
edy to all similarly afilicted, and you
are at liberty to so state in your tes'i
Uetter Than (iolti.
The grand climax of success is at
achieved. The poor rejoice, the
arise and wait, the rich bank in
golden sunshine of perfect health,
physicial miseries of the human frame
need n longer be endured. Dk. Kino's
California Golden Compound, for
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Head
ache, Coming up of food, Jaundice. Liv
er Complaint, Uilionsness, General De
bility, Drowsiness and Lov? Spiriti.
Thin wonderful remedy will positively
cure, and that where every remedy has
failed. To prove that this wontlerf ul
remedy will do all we claim for it job
are presented with a trial bottle free
ofcftst, by which you will readily per
ceive its wonderful curative qualities,
and which will show you what a regu
lar one dollar size bottle will do. For
J sale by Smith & LUack, Wholesale and
HetttU, Ptettsmoutb. ieb. 25e0wly.
grain' and froduce.
Wednesday, March 10, 1S80.
... ."..'.".".'.".".'.'.'.'.".".".'.".'." 20
liarley. No. 2...
The undersigned respectfully solicits
orders in this line, and guarantees com
plete satisfaction, or no pay. Charges
very moderato. Lnquire at FreuJIIerr
mann s store.
49t4 A. Hansen
UIDrC ImnroTed Root Brer Park
fllilLj s. 3 i'tm. Makes five gallons
of a delicious and sparklitip beverasre whole
some nna temperate, .sold bv drjgjiists. orsenl
hv mail on receipt of 2" ets. Address, CIIAS. E
lllHES. Manufacturer. 215 Market Street, l'hll
aiWlptiia, l'a. 6Cti:6
LEGAL , NOTICES.,
In the Matter of the Etat of Wm. K. Dona
lan, deceased. In the County Court of Cass
Notice is hereby piyen, that Alice V. Donelan
Administratrix of the. estate of tbo said Wm.
t.. Doneian. defeased, has made application for
nnai sciiicfueui, una mat s ue cnu.tc u set for
hCAringr at my ofllce at Plattsmouth. on the
10m uay or April, a. d.. hso, at one o'clock p
n.. on Ki'.id day ; at which tnn and place, all
persons interested may be present and exam
ine said accounts. A.N. Sullivan,
Plattsmouth, March 10th, 1880. U3
By virtue of an Order of Sale. Issued by W.
(.'. Showalter, Clerk of the Disiriet C:urt with
in and for Cass County, Mate of Nebraska, and
to me (ii:ee ted, I will on the J7th day of April.
A. 1). isso, at lo o'clock a. m., of said day, at the
bout 11 door of flie Court House, in the City of
i-iausnioutn. in ;;id County. sellat Public Auc
tion the follow iir real estate, to-wit : The
aoun Hamuli or tne South East quarter e
V) of nection t wenty-four C'4), township eleven
(11), Eastottlie sixth(6tli) P.M.. situated in
county, nenraska. lhe same being levied
upon und takeu as the property of Annie P.
Ellixon, administratrix o( the estate of Harvey
E. Ellieon, deceased, and John Klack. defend
arita. to satisfy a judgment of said Court by
1 mhii r. vt iMe, piainim.
l'laltsmouth. Neb.. March 9th. A. D. 180.
X. W. IIYEKS. Sheriff Cass Co., Neb.
51 15 L'y M. McElwax.v, LVp'y.
In the matter of the Estate ot Stephen Oaborn,
In the County Court of Cass County. Nebraska.
Upon reading and filtnir the duly verified pe
tition of Elizabeth J. Osboru, praying that ad
ministration of the estate of Stephen Osborn,
uiTCiro, o eranieu u uer : uruerea mat no
tice of the uendenc.V of said cause be DublisLed
in the Nebraska Hkiui.d, h weekly newspaper
..-.,..... . . t i : 1 , 1 ...... i .. .... 1 : . . f
i'uiiiru, puuii.-Micu, aim iu t.-iiriiit circulation
n said county, for three consecutive weeks,
ami that the hearing of said cause be set for
rae bin oay 01 April. A. i. jix. at ! o'clock p
tii.. al the olllce )f the County Judi;e, at Platts
mouth. at whirli time and place ail persons in-
Tereweu may npiiear ana snow cause, if any
they have, why administration of said estate
suiu:a 1101 ire yraniea 10 tne ail Eilabetti J.
Osboru, accoidui to the praver of aid petition.
A. N . S V I.IA V A S , Co. J udee.
I'laiisiuouin, .vaix-11 lotn, U8e. oit3
ly virtue of an Order of Sale, issued by W.
C. Showalter, Ks'., Cierk of the listrict Court
within and for Cass County, Nebraska, and to
me directed. I will, on Monday, tbu lt;i day of
April. A. 1). 1P80. :il in o'clock a. in., of said da,
at the South door 1 being the front Uy of the
Court House, in said Couut v.sell at I'lfblic Auc
tion tne following described real estate, to-vvit :
Tfio North East quarter (neV and the South
West quarter (sw) o section No. three (3), iu
townrhip No. twelve (12), North, range No.
thirteen (l;i) : also, lot No. three (3), and the
South East quarter (se1) of the South West
quarter (sw- of Section No. thirt v-four (34),
in township .No. thii'teeii (13). North." range No.
lliirtton (13. East sixth (Slh) P. M. ; aii lying
and being situated In ( iis County. Nebraska ;
together with tiie appurtenance thereto be
longing The same being levied upon and taken
the property of Jason tl. Jlillvr and Mary J.
Miller, defendant (in the suit of Jacob I-efever
aaicst said defendants, in tile lMstriet Court
of Cass County, Nebraska.) to satisfy a judg
ment and decree of said District Court, render
ed in favor of said Jacob I.efever, r.nd against
sr.id Jasou (1. Miller and Mary E. Miller, at the
April term of said District Coiirt, A. D. 1878.
I'lattsmoMlh, March oth. A. I). mo.
Mt5 It. W. II VEKS, Sheriff Cass Co., Neb.
I?y virtue and in pursuance of an order ef the
District Court. Second Judicial Dis.nct, within
and for Otoe County, State of Nebraska, dated
November IT, A. D. lSTu, and January 20. A. D.
1880, I will oiler for sale at I'ublic Auction, on
Tuesday, the Oth day of March, A. I), 18H0. at 1
o'clock p. m. of said day. at the front door of
the building where the last term of the District
Court was held, of said district, in the city of
FUttsiiioui :i. CassCountv. State of Nebraska,
t-e following described real estate, to-wit :
The South East quarter iel) of section tlfteen
(15), in township eleven (in, in range eleven
(11); also the North East (ne of North East
quarter (;ieH) of section eight (8). and the
North half of North West quarter (nwV).
and North West (nw) of North Eat quarter
(neU) of section niue (9, in township eleven
(U). in rauge eleven (11) ; all of said land lyinj
Ea-itoftho ciTth(tith) principal meridian, la
Cass County, State of Nebraska.
Terms of Sale One-third of th purchasa
money of said real estate to he naid at the time
of a'.e ; one-third t be paid in one year ; one-
inira 10 on pam in two years, rrom date or sale ;
to be secured by notes and mortgage ou the
property, at ten per cent, iuterest from date of
ale until paid, interest payable auuually.
Dated, Nebraska City. Is'obraska. Februwr
Cta. A. D. 1880.
C. Tf. SEYMOUR.
Administrator nd Executor of th Estate
of John Yf. Seymour, deceased. 47t5
The above sale ts ndiourned until tho ifith
day of March, A. D. 1880, Tuesday, at 1 o'clock
p. m., of said day, at which time the North Eaut
(ne) of the North E vt quarter (neW) of ectlon
eight (3), and the North half (n4) of the North
West quarter (nwV). aal North West ttuarter
(nwVO, and North West (nw) of the North East
quarter (w) of section nine (9;, In townhtp
eleven (11), range elcveu (11). East ef t lie sixth
(Cth) E. M.. In Cass County, State of Nebraska.
Dated, riatlsmoutu. ath dar of March. A. D.
1180, Nebraska. C. W. SEYMOUR.
Aaailmti'.rator and Exeeuter ef tha Kstat
6tU of Johu Y7. Seymour, deceased.
STATE OF NEBRASKA, 1
INSURANCE DKP'T, AUIUTOK') OFFICE, V
LiM'OLX, February 16, 1880. )
It Is herebr certified thj'.t the Home Inscr-
anck Co. of New York, in the State of New
York, has complied with the Insurance Law of
this State, aud is authorized to transact the
business of Fire Insurance in this State for the
witness my hand and the seal of
the Auditor of Public Accounts tbo
1 day and year above written.
SEAI' i . XV. Ijkdtkk,
' , Auditor 1. A.
50ti In Charge of Insurance Department.
In fia matter of the last will and testament of
Josephs. I pton. ueceased. in County Court
- of Cuss County. Nebraska.
Notice is hereby given tiiat G. S. Cn'on lias
filed an instrument iu writing, purporting to be
the last will and lertameiit ot Joseph S. foton.
deesed. ar.d asking that the came be a-.! in it-
tod to probate, and proved as cuch last will and
te.-tanieiit, and that the hearing of said cause
n ft for the cm day of April, A. it., lso, 3t one
o'clock, y. m.. 011 said day, at the ofiice f the
County Judge in t'iattMiiotitli, .Neb., at w hich
time and place all persons interested may ap
pear, and show cauee if any they have, why
said ins' rumcnt shvuld cot be admitted to pro
bate. A. '. SULLIVAN,
SOi.3 Co. Judge.
To all uho.-n It m.iy Conrrrn:
Die V nnm'.ssiouer appointed to locate a road
commencing on the feeilou line dividing sec
tions thirteen and twenty-four (13 ft !M) town
twelve (12) north of range thirteen (13) eart at
a point where Chicago Avenue, crosses said line,
'i aencc easterly on use most practicable route
to Lincoln Avenue iu seel ion eigliter n (1:) town
twelve (12) raut'e fourteen (14). Said road run
as now located over a part of the Dortn
east quai ter (nu:a'i of the north east quarter
(ne1)of section twenty-four CM) in towr.twelve
(12) range thirteen (13auI overlhe north went
qu;;rler (cWi) of the north west quarter nwl4j
.f section nineteen in town twelve 1-JJ
range fourteen 114 and oyer a part of the north
east quarter i;t-Jil of the north, west quarter
nw?i of section nineteen 19 in town twelve
i 12 north of rai!? fourteen M e?st of the fith
1". M. lias repotted in favor of the location
thereof. a:d ;dl objections thereto or claims for
damages, must be filed 111 the County Clerk's
Oiiice. on or before noon on the 1Mb day of
April, A. D. lfcrti). or such toad wi!lb declared
an omi and eeiabiih.,d road witl-.out reference
thereto. 47t5 J. D. Tutt, Co. Clerk.
To owner or occupant of the following de
scribed Kcal Estate, in tiro County of Cass and
State of Nebraska, to-wit : Lot No. 4 in Mock
No. 74 in the city of 1'latt.snn.uth. ("as County.
NVbiU'tta. You are hereby notified that the
above described Ileal Est:;tf asxi-csed as belong
bm to a noD-rexbJent of Cnss County, we.s, on
the 23d day of November, 177 sold to me the
uudersigncd. there beins no other bidders, for
the taxes levied thercou for the year l.7fi. and
that unWs the p.uae. is. redeemed from uch
sale on or before the it dav of April, 18so, a
de d will bs issued for suitl ileal Estate to
4it:3 II. C. SMITH.
Public Legal Sale.
SALS Or SCHOOL IIOCSK.
Rv virtue of a rote or tlie lecal voter of DIs
tric't es. In lawful meetiatt assembled. I will, on
tli 25th day of March, A. D. 1SS0. at a o'clock
p. m., sell itt Puiilifl Auction the School House
belonging; to District 05, of Cam County, Ne
tnkH. The- sale to lake iilm-e at the door of
Snpt. Tub. Inst'n.i'ass Co., Neb.
llattstnouth. Neb.. March let. isho. cot
Kv virtue of aa execution issued by A. ?f.
Sullivan, County Judge within and for Cuss
County. Nebraska,, and to me directed. I will,
on thf l.-th iav of March. A. D. 1880. at 11 o'
clock a. i:rr. of said day, at the residenro of
Joseph Campbell, in Rock lllulTs I'recinrt, la
salu ctMiiuv, sen ai 1 uouc .taction me ioiiow
inir Derconal property, to-wit ; One Combined
Keaier and Mower, and one Threshing Machine
ana Iiorsc rower, anu an appuricnauces nnu
fixtures for running the said machine. The
same being levied upon and takeu as the prop
erty ot B. F. Marlow, defendant, te satisfy a
judgment of said Court by John II. bachelor.
Flattsmouth, b.. Feb. 28th. A. P. 1M0.
50t2 It. W. H VERS, Sheriff Cass Co.. Neb
inv.Hpp ts hereby eiven that on the 13th day
of September. 1875. I purchased at tx ale the
IlOrUI 1 1 ail I 11 t f Ol IOC BI'IHU 'iu.nv V- '
of eectlon thirty (.101. township ten (io), rane
thirteen (13) eat F. M.. situate in Cans County,
Nebraska, for flic tax or i74. ana taxea 10 .
Aud that unless redemption tuerefroin is
made before the 19lh day of June, lsso, at the
expiration of which date the risen t to redeem
will AYiir :mtilirntion will be made to the
Treasurer of the above eaid County of f'as for
a tax deed thereou, 3. jiuuuah,
March 4tli. I?s0. &U13
By virtue of an order of ale. issued by W. C.
Showalter. Clerk of the District Court within
and for Cans Couaty. Nebraska, aid to
me directed, I will 011 the 5th day f April. A.
1). ISM, at 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day, at the
south door of the Court House, in the city of
Flattsmouth. in aid County, sell at Public A ac
tion the following real etat. to-wit : The
South east quarter (scO of the North West
quarter (ii), and thirty-one (31) acies off of
the North East quarter (uei of the North
West quarter inw). beinK all of laid last nam
ed quarter, except what has been previously
deeded to other parties ; all in section nineteen
(ID), township No. twelve (12). north of range
fourteen (14). East or the Glh f. M. ; all In Cass
County. Nebraska. The same being: levied up
on and taken as the property of James O'Neill
and Karhel O'Neill, defendants, to satisfy a
judumeut of said Court by Jacob L. Phillips,
Flattsmouth. Neb., March 2d. 180.
It. W. 11YEKS. Sheriff Cum Co., Neb.
Mt5 By M. McElwain, Dep'y.
The unknown owner or owners and claimants
of lot No. four (4 in block No. twenty-seven
(27) in the city of Plattsmouth. io the county of
Cass anil State or eoias:t. win taKO nonce
that h the 4th day of April. A. V. ls78 one
James Grace purchased said lot No. four (4) in
block No. twenty-peven (27) in nam riaas
mouth City at Treasurer's tax sale for the de
linquent taxes of the year 1876 and look and
received from James M. Patterson. Treasurer
itt Cans Count v a tax sale certificate of pur-
chase for said lot four (4) In block Jlo. twenty
seven C7) and that afterwards, to-wit: on the
13th day of February 1873. the undersigned an
sijinee for a full and valuable consideration
purchased said certificate of sale to said lot and
took a due and regular assignment of the same
and that the undersigned will on the 2Mh day
of May, 1880. present said tax sale certificate to
the Treasurer of Cass County. Nebraska, and
demand a Tax Deed Conveying to the under
signed, the full and complete title to said lot
io. lour (4) m uiock iso. iweuiy-scvcu .ai;, 111
J. E. Cunningham,
HOUSE PAINTER I
AND ORNA If ENTER.
Paper Hanging, lialxomlntngr,
Graining aud Glazing,
A specialty. Also a first elani
Piano & Organ Finisher.
DbT-Would say to tho people of Plattsmouth.
that I fully
WARttAXT ALL CONTRACTS.
A share of the patronage is solicited. Orders
will receive prompt attention.
4SmG J. K. CUNNIXGHAU.
W. C. Bhowx.
Edwin It. Pbics.
Edwix E. Bbowx
rofon, sprite &
Commission Merchants tn
Itoon; 81. New Exehanga Building,
Union merit Yard. - Chicago.
TtKFKIi BY PF.nWIKalOJf TO
E. S. Stick nev. President Union Stock Yards
National Uank, Chicago.
CITY AND COUNTY,
IN ENDLESS QUANTITIES.
WILL. S. WISE.
W. M. 1BAII&IEI8! & D(D
lEegieirv tints space for lEieic
TlUFI Tdl (0f ' (Tli IP 7 1
fCJ Ji JL i , J L vrrv (ly .11 . J . OV, n
Wlkesi It comes
and read oiar A. I21 ttliese el-
" ' ' am .vii.vj abiMmaI ayi ami w tcyinuv
POKTARIJE. TRACTION. n4 ST&A W.BCkUII i TEAB E.tIM, f!cJ,l 1""'
a Von of ira.erB. nm4 !!. a. Baalacaa
mi, auriaat avrotvx iiriaM por aopcrKiC (ooo aa
f J f Tb vtMttrfbl iiKKtM tanl ppl4uiTr
IjAIJ 1 lull I wr TiBttamm MaefalDerT fcs 4nrea iicr
m bolld n4 palm off Inferior aad BMLfri imiuuiooj f
BE NOT DECEIVED
by task axperlairBtal and varthlras machinery. If m r
at all. a-rt Uaa -OIlltIAL" aad Lka 'CEML.NIC"
(TT Far fall sartlralani fn aar dnlrn, sr vrlts
ta a. for ltluatrated Clrealars, vhick wa alii frea. Addreaa
JTICK0LS, 8HEPAEJ) A C0 Bittlo Crek,Mlch.
r.iMlliT. SftlT Kaonemy, 1 Bmiit cnclrrlr ..k.o in eta mnkm. . " 1 ' ",r w ' 7 ' " " "J " r""
H. A. WATERMAN & SOtf.
Wholesale and Betull Dealers 19
Wa1 street. Corner of Firth.
rLATTSMOUTJt, .... NEI
Still Better Rates for Lumber
New Departure !
of our well known Tailor,
On Lotoer Slain St., opp. Court Jlousdt
A FUlib LINE OF
will constantly be kept In stock and alljordertf
A Fit Guaranteed!
In every Instance.
I'V'Dont forget the Location.
4Stf H. O'KOCRKE, ITofl,
MONEY TO LOAN
ON I U PROVED FARMS VOU
FTS TSARS TIMS.
TES PER CE.TT INTEREST.
Enquire of D. II. WHEELER & CO,
Plattsmouth ; or It. E. MOORE, Lin
coln. Nebraska. Jltf
Livery, Feed & Sale
Or an Old Stable in new luinds tntirtltft
Tho New Firm ot
HOLMES & DIXON,
cpeu tho old
on the Corner of 6th and Pearl Street with
Row Livery Outfit.
GOOD IIORSKS AND CARRIAGES
nonss for sale.
nonsEti nouaiJT and souk
HORSES KEPT BT THE DAT OR WEBB,
Call and seo HOLMES & DIXON.
Champion Billiard Mailt
J. W. MURPHY, Prop,
Main Street, Opp. Platte Talley.
tittst urakds (f CIoars. APPLEC.
CJitt DIES. A UTS. AX It A UESKllAl
HTUVK OF CUSi I EVTIUA
Given Out in Exchange
FOR POOL CHECKS.
rsy-All Gentlemen are respectfully Invited to
call, and participate, or otherwise. In tho'
amusements anoiuea. 1 lie nest 01 oruer is al
ways preserved and oTor,one;can onjoy tbetn
faimtr d Graimtr.
ALL KINDS OF
fainting, raining, (Iasingr
$ egnpx ganging
Also, Deeorations of all kinds.
Painted in Good Style. -
FHESCOIXQ A SPECIALTY, '
A. n. TATfxa, J. Vaixrrt, Ba.,
N. ItOLMF.,4. E. JlEKBXKH. Hit
looSt ot for s
Tkrckie Ickimex7 and Portaol
ad TrictioM Enytae.
TCX (Till AJU0 ( tiMllm MrMffcmt tU Qrmlmr
M tK Si.IM OrJ-STla. TlSM-Sa.lB. Tmtt
IMIOMI'AKABIJS V4" lfstwW.
r i'uM. Tlmfk HillMMlUf, BUfm rialsli, mm!
KTKUX'f fcr mf mtftrivr r fa rTt Wmd (
Or.m. mm mfUt tmmm m IM ilf immihl Tluwbc
la rit. Tltolr. C'ttt. ul all thT leda.
bT -'"oul aaaac af MB. I .wmh
I., mi """'lyT, "
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