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My Chancellor Fairield,
At the M. E. Church. Friday ve.
Onions at half price :it J. Bona &
Son ' T 12
floods by the wholesale at F.
5!. White's. 1
Conch shells ly the barrel, at J.
Koi.-s A Soil's . ' Tt2
Stetson Pocket IIat are found
only at Y3Cott'o. 1
Iron clad overalls with untearable
crotch at Wescott's. 1
llemember the Chancellor's Lec
ture Friday evening.
A Large line Ladies Fancy Goods
at the Great Red Store. Ctf
The Sheriff took Hugger ty ta
State's Prison yesterday.
S-e Furniture at the Great Red
Stoiie and don't forget it. Ctf
Temperance Lscture Friday even
ing at tfie M. E. Church.
Kt.l Ribbon re-organized at the
M. K. Church, Friday evening.
Summer underwear 55 cents a
Suit at the Great Red Store. Ctf
1 buys more at J. Rons and Son.'s
tha i any other place in town. 7t2
Commissioners Crawford, Rich
ardson and Wiles ar in the city.
Ice, Ice; delivered at the door.
Leavo orders at F. S. White's store. 1
Straw Hats for Planters, 10 cents
each. Great Red Store. 6tf
The first of May is Bock beer day,
and Conrad Ripple makes the tipple.
Groceries and Dry Goods in im
mense quantities at F. S. White's. 1 '
The melodious voice of the town
herder is heurA on our streets one
A large line of Roots and Shoes
at the Great lied Store, at makers
prices. Ctf j
-The Herold's, as usual have a store
full of goods and customers too for
-Celluloid cellars and cuffo, and the
famous Loudon Punch Collar only at
Duke's new sign is nobby, it is
just one of those neat conspicuous
signs we like.
Latest Styles ileus' Spring Hats
and Straw Goods at the Great Rkd
The R. & M. are the best cigars in
our market, manufactured only by
Schlegel & Xienian, opp. P. O. 7t2
Phil. Young has the newest hand
somest Fountain out. Oh! its jmt
lovely, so the ladies say.
The best Xew York apple vinegar
in the market, guaranteed strictly pure
at F. S. White's. 4t4
Rev. Mr. Earl, of New York, de
livered a very able sermon at the Bap
tist church, on Sunday last.
W. B. Shryock is at present busy
making out tax receipts, preparatory
to commencing his collections.
By some oversight Prof. Wooley's
name is not in our Directory of County
otlicers. It will appear next week.
The Methodist Social at the resi
dence of Tlios. W. Shryock. Monday
evening, was a very pleasant affair.
Sergeant Bradley, of the regular
U. S. A., is in the city, engaged at the
Surveyor General's ofllee for a short
Dr. Clutter's family have returned
to Plattsmoutli again and the Doctor
is happy. He is always ready for busi
iuess at his office.
Smokers, call for the B. & M., Dia
dem. Crown of Spain, Key West and
Starlight, every hour of the day, at
Schlegel & Xieman's, opp. 1. O. 7t2
Samuel Richardson, Esq., sold 134
head of steers for 87,193.40 here at
home to Samuel Barker. They aver
aged 1,272 pounds.
Xo shop worn goods at tfescott's,
everything new within thirty days.
Expenses light and we will wrap up
the finest Shapes for the least money.
7tl C. E. Wescott.
W. B. Brown's Laundry is getting
to be an institution of Plaltsmouth.
He knows what the people want and
fulfills his contracts every time.
Schlegel & Xieman's shop, oppo
site I . O.. is always crowded with cus
tomers, because U,ey can find every
thing they want in the line of smok
ing or chewing tobaccos. 7t2
We are glad to announce that
Bro. John Tutt and wife are the par
ents of a fine healthy girl baby m.d
both mother and child are doing well.
This will be welcome news to all their
friv.Js we know.
Don't forget that Wescott has re
sumed business next door to W. H. Ba
ker's. Clothing is bis hobby and he
will sell the Choicest Styles, and fin
est fitting garments in the land at 10
per cent above cost. Your trade is
solicited. l c. E. Wescott.
Dr. Chapman of Lincoln was
town yesterday, looking well And
fine as a fiddle.
Mrs. Strauss and Miss Strauss, Mrs
Ptpperberg's mother and sister, arri
ed from St. Jo. on Monday, for a visit
to Mrs. Pepperberg.
We am sorrv to learn that Mrs
O'Grady has had a relapse of the feve
from which she has been suffering.
and is now very low.
Hon. S. J. Alexander, 'secretary of
State, made Plattsmouth a short visit
last week. Secretary Alexander has
manv friends here as he has all over
the state, who were most clad to see
A reception was given Hon. G. W.
McCrary, of Iowa, Judge of the U. S
Circuit court, at Omaha, last evening.
Several Plattsmouth parties went up
to attend: among them Gen. Geo. S
Smith, lion. D. H. Wheeler, Mr. M. A,
Hartigan and Capt. Jno. O'Rourke.
The regular Weeping Water letter
came too late for publication last
week. Part of it appears this time.
A party living in the bouse at the
Platte river bridge, hu.it himself very
severely, on Sunday last, jumping with
weights in his hands.
The work of removing the debris
from the old Saunders house ruins.
progresseth rapidly, and the Ilerold
block will soon be commenced.
Mr. T. W. Shryock will be glad to
meet any or all of his old friends and
patrons at the Great Red Store, where
he has charge of the Furniture de
S. Stackhouse, of Weeping Water,
has changed his place of abode to Fair
mont, Fillmore Co., and writes for the
Herald to fellow him, that he may
have Cas3 County news.
A fine line of lisle gloTes.
A complete assortment of men's and
Novelties in banging baskets, win
dow boxes and ornamental flower pots
at W. II. Baker & Co's. 6t3
if. A.- Hartigan has changed his
ofllce quarters and may now bo found
in Fitzgerald Block, left hand room, at
head of stairs, next entrance west of
Post Office. Remember tho place.
Our young friend. Will Wise, has
a new staunch and very reliable safe.
It is one of the best makes, weighs
over one ton and books and papers en
trusted to his charge hereafter, will be
J. G. Chambers has a large and
complete line of new goods and an
enernious stock of Heavy work on
sale, and also wishes everybody to
know that he makes a specialty of fine
and light harnesses. Call and see for
Mr. J. X. Schwartz writes us from
Centre Valley that there is work
enough in his line (painting) in Cass
and Otoe Counties for six men. Glad
to hear it, and wish him success in do
ing his full share of it.
One of the offices of Coastable
fwr Plattsmouth City and Precinct,
having been by the Board of County
Commissioners declared vacant by the
removal of M. M. Curran, the Beard
has appointed L. C. Stiles to fill va
cancy. A pleasant company assembled at
the bouse of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.Jones
on Monday evening of this week, to
kelp them celebrate the twentieth an
niversary of their wedding day, and
left behind them a handsome China
tea sat to commemorate the event.
The Lincoln evening papers lay
grave charges at the door of the grand
fugleman of the temperance move
ment in Nebraska. Our sympathies
are with the temperance people who
have been long burdened with such an
ineumbus and now suffer through him.
John O'Rourke received a letter
this morning from the Sister of the
late John Tallon, deceased. This set
tles the anxiety that has grown up
with certain persons to care for the
property of the said Tallon and shows
that Mr. O'Rourke has used diligence
in searching for the heirs and oaring
for the assets of the deceased time
rights all things.
The C. K. Peck touched our land
ing Tuesdav p. m., long enough to take
aboard the Proprietress, Mrs. Peck,
who came by rail from St. Louis to
the Bluffs, and down here Monday
evening. The boat was heavily laden
with Merchandise for the up river
towns and with difficulty got over the
bar that has formed almost across the
channel between here and the Platte.
The following painted on a board
is nailed up on the corner of Car
ruth's store, at which a boy is engaged
to "pint" whenever any one stops:
"This cellar will be eleven feet deep;
two story brick building; concrete
foundation; glass front; tin roof and
covered with a mortgage. fc5fFer
further particulars enquire within.
Mr. Hesser has his flower stand
running again next to Leach's, and it
is well stocked with bedding plants,
among them as handsome a collection
of verbenas as we have seen for many
a day. Mr. Hesser himself is here,
there and everwhere. Down to Xeb.
City, up to Omaha and out to Lincoln
taking with him large stocks of plants,
and, we hope disposing of them all
at good prices.
Joe Fail field had his famous Sun
day surveying suit up, this Court.
Lawyer Wooley tried his hand (shall
we say, his maiden hand ?) thereat, and
by the way, gained the suit for Joe
but we started to tell a story. Old man
Allison was on the rack (the witness
stand) and Wooley says: Do you un
derstand mathematics V" "Yes," says
tne old man, -I do." "How much do
you understand?" asks W. "Twice 2
makes 4," promptly responded the old
man, amid the laughter of the assem
One of 'PotV Jokes.
During Court this term a case came
up entitled Campbell vs Sutton, forci
ble entry and detainer case. Windham
Hot plaintiff. Murfin for defendant
It had been argued before Michael Ar
cher, J. P. in Rock Bluffs and Murfin
not getting such Justice as he thought
he ought to have took seven days con
tiniiance under the Statute, went to
Lincoln and obtained a "writ of Prohi
bition" from Judge Pound.
A "writ of Prohibition is the oppo
site of a writ of Mandamus that is to
say, instead of an order from a Superior
Court to compel an inferior court or
person to porform certain acts it is an
order from the Superior Court to the
lower to prohibit it from acting for
the time being. There is an old Stat
ute it seems recognizing tins writ in
this State, but it has fallen into dis
use and many lawyers have forgotten
Armed with this instrument young
Murfin returned on trial day and be
and brother Windham worried the
Court until 4 p. m. on various motions,
legal dodges, &c Archer struck def'ts
answers out twice, and Murfin seeing
he was getting the "wust" of it pulled
out his Prohibitory document and or
dered the court to down breaks and
let off steam. Mike banked his fires,
put on his specs, 'lowed "he wouldn't
go agin Judge Pound," and dismissed
the case as far as his court was con
cerned. When they came into the
District Court VY indliam iionestiy re
lated the above facts to his honor and
when he got to tho place where they
left off below said: "And now your
honor, after arguing this case for four
hours and finding himself beaten, he
(Murfin) drew this weapon on me."
(holding up wtit of Prohibition) Af
ter the laugh had subsided a little,
Pot" got up and in his drollest man
ner propounded: "Your honor, if these
facts are true, I move that the Attorn
ey for the defendant be arrested for
carrying a concealed weapon, contrary
to law and that Attorney for plaintiff
be bound over as prosecuting witness."
His honor entertained tho motion by
an auuioie smiie, and snerin nyers
stamped his foot and shouted, "order
in the Court, or I'll have Stiles arrest
the whole bar."
Friday Evening Chancellor lair Held.
The Chancellor of our University
ectures at the M. E. Church on Fri
day evening (to-morrow) on the sub
of Temperance. It will no doubt be
an interesting and valuable Lecture,
the Chancellor being an able and
pleasant Speaker, throwing new light
on any subject he touches.
At the same time, we understand,
the Red Ribbon Club will bo re-organized
and several new additions in the
way of members made thereto. A full
attendance is anticipated.
The wife of Andy McMaken died
suddenly at Atchison, Kansas, yester
day morning, at 5 o clock. The body
will be brought here for burial on Fri
day. So says a telegram to Capt. Mar
shall. Mr. McMaken only left here
ast week, and his wife was in perfect
health then. Xo further particulars
of the sad affiction have been learned.
Mrs. M.J. Shelley will speak in
the M. E. church on Sunday evening
next, on the Success of Missions.
The "Cypress," the largest, nicest
and highest priced Soda Fountain ever
seen in Plattsmouth is being put up
by J. P. Young at the Post Office Xews
Depot. Mr. ungs enterprise, it
seems, is still on the increase, and he
determined that no one shall lead
him in the novelty line. His general
tock consists of new and original ar
ticles and none of the old style goods
find their way to his shelves and show
We lose ttis week, one of
the best young men of our town and
the B. & M. Machine Shops one of their
b3t workmen, by the departure of
Mr. Frank Hager, to accept a position
n the Creston, Iowa, shops. After an
acquaintance of four years his many
friends who gathered at the Depot
were oxceodiagly loth to part with
him, and all joined in the hearty wish
for his future success and happiness.
May you live long and "brosper,"
Frank, my boy, and when we set up
our next "power press" we will again
call on "Hager."
Same old Prices.
More anxious to sell than ever. Xov
er had nicer or better goods and will
work hard to please you. Call at the
little Boss Clothing Store, uext to Ba
ker & Co.'s and give us a trial, C. E.
Fresh Lime by the peck, bushel, or
wagon load can be had at the Kiln,
near east end of the bridge. Lime al
ways on hand and of superior quality.
Inquire of Mickelwait & Sharp,
7tf on premises.
All parties knowing themselves in
debted to Jason Streight for services
rendered by his horse, will please call
at Streight & Miller's harness shop and
settle by cash or note inside f thirty
days, or all such accounts will be plac
ed in the hands or a collector.
Plattsmouth, May 1, 1880. 7tf
Figures and Ciphers.
List Sunday evening the M. E.
Church was filled to overflowing by
citizens, to listen to a Lecture on "Fig
ures and Ciphers,"by Miss Lena Arm
strong. The lecturer handled her sub
ject in a masterly manner and was
listened to with rapt attention till the
'Ed. Herald: The stench from the
old slaughter house just west of Hei
sel's mill is simply horrible this warm
weather and is endangering the health
of the citizens in that vicinity. The
Board of Health should take some ac
tion immediately, looking toward the
abatement of the nuisance. It should
never have been placed in the city lim
its in the first place and all concerned
in it are deserving of censure. Y. Z.
Proceedings of the New Conneil.
Recommendation, etc., of the Mayor.
Fridat, April SO, 1880.
Council was called by his Honor the
Mayor. Present Messrs. Pollock, Par
aaele, Weckbach, Miller, Sharp, Fair
field, McCallan and Gorder, Council-
men ; J, D Simpson, Clerk.
Mayor announced that tho meeting
bad been called for the purpose of set
tling claim of S. Barker against the
city, and such other business as they
His Honor then read the following
recommendations, etc., under the head
Gentlemen f the Council : The law
provides that tlie Mayor shall from time to
time communicate to tlie Council such inform
ation, and recommend tuclt measures as in his
opinion may tend to the improvement of the
nuance, the police, health, security ana pros
perity of the Cit v. I. therefore, bee leave to
recommend that an ordinance be passed estab
lishing night watch aud police, defining tbelr
powers and dutiei. and fixinie their compensa
tion : also, the name ordinance inirht. perhaps.
uenne tue duties or all ether city omcers ia
conformity with the new law, requiring the
Treasurer. Clerk. Police Judge. Overseer of
Streets, aud Chief of Police to make report to
Council at firnt meeting of every month, fixing
a penalty in case of failure so to do.
f would call the attention of the Council to
the law which requires an estimate to be made
and spread upon the minutes, and published in
some newspaper for four weeks before the ap-
liupnauoii uui can oe passeu. anu wouiu rec
ommend that the proner committees be in
structed to prepare such estimate and appro
priation bill at tlie Kroner time.
I would recommend that the City printing be
let to the lowest responsible bidder.
I would recommend that Win. B. Shryock be
appointed tax collector for the City, and be al
lowed ten per cent, on all collecticns made by
I would recommend that the finance commit'
tee be instructed to examine and asceitaia If
ny Dttruons. filliiz claims acainst the City, are
in debt to the Citv for taxes, and if so. refuse
to allow their claims until their taxes are paid
the Council ulioul.l have a settlement with
the City Treasurer for the year ending next
Tuesday, and should direct the same to be
made immediately under the supervision of the
l wish to call the attentin of tlie council to
the branch runnirtt through block No. 28.
There are obstructions in tlie stream which
may cause trouble. But the particular object I
have in callins attention to this branch ie to
say that 1 think the old culvert formerly under
the maunders House is entirely too nairow ; tne
north wall should be taken oiit, and if put up
agaiu, the water way should be at least as wide
again as at present. I think the Council should
take immediate action in this matter.
Gentlemen. I will take this oceasion to say
that the law. which requites saloons to close at
a certain hour at night, aud to remain closed
during the Sabbath day, has not been enforced
to my entire satisfaction during the past year.
There are eentlemeu engaged in the traffic who
respect and observe the law. and as a matter of
justice to them, if for no other reason, the oth
ers vhould be compelled to obey the law or c
out of the busiuess. livery drunken man eeen
en the Sabbath day is a living witness that
some one's license should be revoked, and that
he should not again be granted a license. I
wish to call especial attention to the drug
stf res which retail by the drink, and I hope
and expect that we will be able to stop this vi
olation of the law. I think it can be done if of
ficers will hut do their whole duty. Saloon
keepers are required to present a petition, ask-
inir nerminsisn to fell. Thev are reauiret to
give a bond conditioned that they will obey the
law : they have to pay into the Citv Treasury
the sum of M)0 for the privilege. Druggists nk
permission of lit one, they cive no bond, they
pav no license ; but regardless of State law or
City ordinance, m the dav time aud uizht time.
on election day and on the Sabbath day. they
retail by the drink. Uentleisien. if this cannot
be stopped, then, I cay, give tlie aloon keeper
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wic aaiiir luiviieue. oui ill? jaw I .111 uc trmirii;-
ed. and I hope that this Council will insist on
having the law enforced, pot only in regard to
the sale of whisky, but all other laws : aud. as
far as l am concerned. I shall be iu favor of re
moving auv otlicer who fails to do his duty
laitniuiiy ana iuny. J. w. johxso.n,
April oi, Mayor.
Petition of Ilasgorshek Bros, aud F.
D. Lehnhoff, asking City to make some
provision for the protection of prop
erty from the creek, near their build
ings, was referred to committee on
streets, alleys and bridges.
Petition of W. II. Gould, requesting
that A. Robinson be compelled to re
move fence ftom obstructing highway
was referred to same committee, with
power to act.
Petition of C Hempel for appoint
ment as night police, was received and
filed. Petition of John liobbins for
same, was als received and tiled.
On motion Council proceeded to bal
lot for night police, which resulted:
Kobbins 5 voles, Hempel 3 votes.
The following bills were referred to
P. P. Gass, Registrar 8 9
Cummins & Richey, lumber. . . 126
P. li. Murphy, salary for April, 40
J. D. Simpson. 20
Committee on streets, alleys and
bridges were allowed further time to
report on Chicago Ave. cross and side
Committee on license reported fav-
oiably on petitions of E. Rosenbaum
and M. Carroll for license, and recom
mended that they be allowed the same.
On motion Mayor and Clerk were au
thorized to issue said licenses upon the
payment of the required S500.
Mr. Pollock introduced Ord'nance
Xo. 103, lo amend Ordinance Xo. 8G,
and Ordinance Xo. 106 (see another
column). On motion they were placed
on their 2d and 3d readings and final
On motion Judiciary committee was
requested to maks ordinance defining
duties of officers of the city.
On motion W. B. Shryock was rec
ommended to Treasurer for tax col
lector, his compensation to be 10 per
cent, of all moneys he collects.
On motion Clerk was instructed to
make settlement with City Treasurer.
On motion committee on streets was
authorized ta act in regard to widen
ing culvert, north of Main street, if
satisfactory arrangements could be
made with Mr. Hcrold.
On motion Council adjourned.
Attest: J. yr. JOIIXSOX,
J. D. SfMPSON, Mayor.
A good second hand leather top
Phaeton, cheap. Enquire at this office.
Our Drue stores are now supplied with "Malt
Bitters." the new Food Medicine which has
done so much good and comes ta us so highly
recommended. Try it. It may save you heavy
doctors bills. 714
A Household Need.
A book on the Liver, its diseases and their
treatment sent free. Including treatises upon
Liver Complaints. Torpid I.ivcr, Jaundice, Bu-
nousiiess. Headache, Constipation, Dyspepsia,
Malaria, etc. Address Dit. Sanfokd, 1i
Broadway, New York City. . Y. 7t4
C LIFE and ADVENTCItHS at
Th Ktr4 Wnlm Outlaw. Bt Hon. J. A. Dacbs, Ph. I).
A true and Ihrillmr arcnunt (IMutfralrtD of tlirrr bold .n.n.
Iioiib for 15 j(in io JO Milr ard Trrrttnrie. bifflint; detertivpi
and offictti of the lav. ht Srllla BAfc of the v-ar. 10.0O0
old ia thre Brir.nthi. &0 mh tor no'fit : ftl.O for ftamn'a
rnpT. I.ltoral tran limb. THOU CSOV C'O
FublUhcra, 6t IMne Street, f T. LOU. MO.
Cigar Clippings, 35 CtS. per
- O 1 ,-. P, VJ .
lb., at Schlegel & Niemann's,
opposite r. U
m. m t r
Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass countv. will be at the
following times and places:
At Plattsmoutli, 1st Friday and Sat
urday in January, February, May, Au
gust, October and November. At
Ueeping ater, 1st Friday and Satur
day in March,. June and September. At
Louisville 1st fcnday and Saturday in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations w ill be given.
A o one will be examined txceot at
the reyular examinations; and no cer
tificates from other Counties will be
E. II. Wooley,
ueuuine nop uitiers are put up in
-r-w -rx a
square paneled, amber-colored, bottles
with white label on one side printed
in black letters, and green hop cluster,
and on the ether side yellow paper
witn red letters; revenue stamp over
the cork. This is the enly form in
which Hop Bitters are put up, and the
sole right to make, sell and use them
is granted to the Hop Bitters M'fg
Co., of Rochester, N. Yn and Toronto,
Ont., by patents, copyright and trade
mark. All others put up in any other
way or by any one else, claiming to be
like it or pretending to contain hops.
by whatever names they may be called
are bogus arrd unfit for use, and nly
put up to sell and cheat the people on
the credit and popularity of Hop- Bit
At W. H. BAKER & CO's,
. Dress Goods : "
Calicos, ' . .
Cambrics, . - -..
" ' Lawns,
Silks, . Buntings, .
Ribbons; Momie Cloths,
Laces, . Cashmeres,
' Passementeries, Suitings.
Trimmings. ' Ct3
Hotel, with 17 rooms
cellar. Enquire of
-A young sow, three quarters Essex,
sale at the Hkiiald o'lice. tf
Allen & Co.'s Richmond Gem, 33
cents per f pound, and Ole Virginia.
lo cents per package, both curly cut,
the best and liuest smoking tobaccos in
town, sold at J. Pepperberg's. 50tf
Thlrtv of the best orcan makers of the
World are competitors at the Paris Exposition.
a cable dispatch to the Associated Press says
two hiehest gold medals have beeu awarded to
the American makers. Mason & Ilaiuliu.
Money at 10 per cent, interest on im
proved farms. Apply to
51m3 R. B. Windham.
Money to Loan.
On good farm property on longtime.
Apply to J. W. Jennings,
English Jackets, Walking Coats,
W. II. BAKER & COS. 6t2
-Faetoiyviile Hour warranted to
give satisfaction, or money refunded,
at F. S. White's. 4t4
(j. F. Gyger.
House Painting, Carriage painting.
Graining, Calsomiaing, Paper-hanging.
Work warranted and specimens shown
at J. V. Weckbach's and R. B. Wind
UIDTC Improved Koot Beer Park
ninLj use. . VtH. Makes live gallons
of a delicious aud sparkling beverage whole
Koine and temperate. Sold by druggists, or sent
bv mail on rtceipt of 25 cts. Address, CHAS. K.
HIRES. Manufacturer. 215 Market Street. Phil
adelphia, Pa. 60t26
Very Droll to Think of.
If not above being taught by a man, use Dob-
bius's Electric Soap next wash day. Uned
without any wa h boiler or rubbing board, and
used differently from any other soap ever
made. It seems very droll to think of a quiet,
orderly two hours' light work on wash day,
with no heat and no steam, or smell of the
washing through the house, instead of a long
day's hard work ; but hundreds of thousands
of women from Nova Scotia to Texas have
proved for themselves tlutt thi is done by us
ing Dobbine's Klectric Soap. Don't buy it.
however, if too set in your ways to use it ac
cording to directions, that arc as simple a to
Fcein al:iiut ridiculous and so easy that a girl
of twelve years can do a large wash without be
ing tired. It positively will not injure the finest
fabric, has been before tlie public for fifteen
years, and its sale doubles every year. If your
grocer ha not got it, he will get it. as all whole
sale grocers keep it.
I L. cragin cc to., rtinaueipiua.
IlKF.li Bkos.. Sole Agents.
3-eowly Weeping Water, .Veb.
A Wonderful Discorery.
For the speedy cure 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, dry hacking
cough, tickling in the throat. Hoarse
ness, Sore Throat, and all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throat and
lungs, Du. King's New Discovery
has no equal and has established for
itself a world-wide reputation. Many
leading physicans recommend and use
it in their practice. The formula
from which it is prepared is highly
recommended by all medical journals.
The clergy and the press have compli
mented it in the ffost 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 and retail, Plattsmouth,
Avoid smoking eastern filthy tene
ment-made cigars. Ask your dealers
for Pepperberg's pure brands of home
made cigars. If you don't find 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
on hand, at prices to suit the times.
From a Distinguished Physician.
Prof. Green, a distinguished allopath
ic physician, wrote to the Medical Rec
ord to tLe effect that after all other
means had failed, he sent for the Kid
ney enre (.bare Kidney anu L.iver
Cure), and to his astonishment cured
a serious case of Bright's Disease by
administering it, and afterwards found
it equally beneficial in other cases. 2tl2
Bucklen's Arnica SuItc.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions
mis &aive is guaranieeu to give per-
feet satisfaction in every case or mon-
pv reftinrtprl Prirp 2S rpnta nor t mv
ey refunded. Price 25 cents per box,
For sale by Smith & Black, Wholesale
and Retail, Plattsmouth, Neb. 241y.
IIROH X'S LI , EB PILLS
Cure sick head-ache, and prevent
summer sickness and chills.
BUOH XX PEPSIX TOXIC
Cures Dyspepsia and restores appe
tite. Try it: it CURE3.
THE HEALER OF THE AE
Is Brown's Arnica Salve. It has
no equal for curing burns, cuts, bruis
es, and inflamed eyes; Good for man
tue livkk k1xu.
Sarsaparilla, Dandelion and Io
dide Potassium invigorates the Liver
and purifies the blood; it cures Scrof
ula and Rheumatism.
All of Browns Popular Medicines
for sale by J. H. Buttery, Smith & Black
and O. F. Johnson, Plattsmouth. and
John Painter and Eledge & Co., East
GKAIX AND PRODUCE.
Wednesday. May 5. 1880.
wheat. No. 2.: 83
Corn, ear IS
" shelled, 20
Barley, No. 2 , 40
Kye ..: 45
Native Cattle 3 60
Hon 3 3Wi?3 SO
Butter I5ifl 18
I'otatoes tf 40 60
NEW YORK MARKETS.
New Yokk, May 5, IMP.
$ 1 32
Chicago. April 28. 18S0.
$4 204 50
4 009 4 85
5 8m 6 25
Cattle. " .
I wish Everybody to Knew
Rey. George H. Thayer, an eld citi-
aen of this vicinity known to every one
as a most influential citizen, and
Christian Minister of the M. E. Church
just this moment stopped in our store
to say : ! wish everybody to know
that I consider that both myself and
wife ewe our lives to Shileh's Con
sumption Cure. It is having a tre-
rnendous sale ever car counters and is
giving perfect satisfaction in all cases
of Lung Diseases, such as nothing else
Bourbon, Ind., May 15, '78. Drs. Match-
ett A France. Sold by Smith A Black.
No Deception Used.
It is strange so many people will
continue to suffer day after dav with
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Constipa
tion, Sour Stomsuch, General Debility
when they can procure at our store
Shiloh's Vitalizer, free of cost if it
does not cure or relieve them. Price
75 cents. Sold bv Smith & Black.
Shiloh's Catarrh Rkuedt. A
marvelous Cure for Catarrh.diphtheria,
Canker mouth, and Head Ache. With
each bottle there is an ingenious nasal
L-ijector for the more successful treat
raent of the complaint, without extra
charge. Price 50 cents. 6eowtf.
Bt virtue of an Order of Sale issued by W. C.
Showalter. Esq.. Clerk of the District Court
within and for Cass County, Nebraska, and to
m directed. I will, on Tuesdav the 8th day of
June, A. D., 1K80, at 10 o'clock a. in., of said day
at tlis south doortbeine the front door) of the
Court lli-use in said County, sell at lublic
Auction the following deeilbed real estate, to-
wit : The north-east quarter (neV) and the
south wext quarter iswt) f section number
three (Z) in township number twelve (U). north
raiik'e number thirteen (13) : alxo lot number !
three (3) ana the south-eat quarter (se') of
the south-west quarter swk oi cectton num
ber thirty-four (34) in town number thirteen,
(13) north range number thirteen (13). east 6th
I. M. ; all lying and being situated in Cass Co.,
Nebraska : together with the appurtenances
thereto belonging. The same beinj; levied up
on ana innen as me property oi uason ii. juii
ler. and Marv P. Miller defendants, (in
the suit' of - Jacob - Lefever against
said defendants, in the District court
of Cass Countv. Nebraxka.) to satisfy a Judg
ment aud decree of said District Court, render
ad in favor of said Jacob Lefever, and again at
said Jason O. Miller aud Mary P. Miller, at the
April term of said District Court, A. v. 18TS.
liattsinouth. May 5tb. A. D. 10.
7tl . K. W. HYERS, Sheriff,
In the District Court of the Secon Judicial
District in and for Cass County, Nebraska,
iias soismon ana Isaac natuan.t
composing the Orm oi bolotnon
Jhn 0. Ward, Streight Si Miller,
The said John C. Ward, n-resident. a-
ftndant, wiil take notice that the abve uaraesl
plaintiffs did on the 20th dav of March, A. D.
1?0. Ole their petition in the District Court of
Casa County Nebraska, against you, the said
John C. Ward, and Streight & Miller, praying
for a foreclosure of a Mortgage, given by you
ntheeth day of March, 177, to one Jaioas
Bixby. for the sum ot SM.00, and which mort
gage was afterwards aesigned to these plain
tiffs, ths same beiug given on out acr of land,
described as follows : Commeueiug at the
South West (sw) corner of the South East
quarter (sei) of the Noitli West quarter(nw?4)
of section five (5), township twelve (12), range
thirteen (13), East sixth (6th) P. M., running
North twenty (20) rods, thence East eight (8)
rods, thence South parallel with the West line
twenty (20) rods, thence West eight (8) rods, to
the place of beginning, beinir in Cass County,
Nebraska. On llie 3d day of April, lsso. said
tition was amended by making Streight A Mil
ler defendants, they claiming to hold a subse
quent mortgage on the same premises.
The prayer of plaintiffs' petition is that said
premises bj sold to satisfy their claim against
you. together with interest and costs . 'uu are
therefore notified that unless you appear and
answer said petition as required by law, de
fault will be taken against you, and decree
SOLOM3N & NATHAN.
By E. B. AVixdham, Att'y. 7tl
Public Legal Sale.
SAI.K OK SCHOOL 1IOUSK.
By virtue of a vote of the legal voters of Dis
trict 60. in lawful meeting assembled, I will on
the 2lft day of May, A. I. 180, at 3 o'clock p.
in., sell at Public Auction the School House be
longing to District ". of Cass County, Nebraa
ka. '1 lie sab- to take place at the door of said
school house. E. H. WOOLEY.
Sunt. Pub. Inst'n, Cas Co., Neb.
Plattsmouth. Neb., April 28th. 1880. Ct5
To all w hom it may concern :
The Commissioner appointed to loc.tearoad
commencing at tlie South East corner of sec
tion thirty-two (32), township twelve (12), north
range ten (lo. East ; running thence on said
section line North one (l)inile and one-half
(4) ; thence East eighty (80) rods ; thence north
one (1) mile, to intersect with the road running
East aud West, lias reKrted in favor of the lo
cation thereof, and all objections thereto, or
claims for damages, must be filed in the County
Clerk's ofllce on or before noon, on the 28th
day of June. A. D. 1880. or such road will be lo
cated without reference thereto.
tiiii J. D. TUTT, County Clerk.
Joslah Cline, plaintiff, vs. James W. Stradley.
non resident, defendant. Iu Justice's Court,
before Edwin Jearv, Justice of the Peace in
and for Salt Creek Precinct. Cass Co., Neb.
To James W. Stradley, non-resident, defend
ant : You are hereby notified that the above
aamed Justice of the Peace issued an order of
attachment against you, on the day of
April, 188", iu the amount of eight dollars and
fiftv-live cents (?8..). and said causa is contin
ued until the yth day of June. A. D. 1880. at 1
o'clock p. in. Josiah Clink,
Greenwood, Neb.. April 19th, 1S80. 513
William Paul, Plaintiff vs James W. Stradley,
non-resident defendant. In Justice's court,
before Edwiu Jeary, Justice of the Peaee
in and for Salt Creek Precinct, Cass Co., Neb.
To James W. St rail ley, non resident Defen
dant : You are hereby notified that the above
named Justiee of the Peace issued an order of
attachment on the day of April, i88o.
against you In the 'amount of seventeen (17)
collars and said cause i continued uutil the
ittli day of June, A. D. 1S30, at 1 -.30 p. m.
Greenwood, Neb., April lytli, 1680. M3
In the matter of tbe Estate of E. A. Hull, de
ceased, in the County Court of Cass County,
Upon reading and filing the duly verified pe
tition of Harmau Maxwell, praying that admin
istration of the estate ol e. A. Hull, deceased,
be granted Edwin A. Jeary : Ordered that no
tice of the pendency of said cause be published
in the Nebraska Hkkald, a weekly newspaper
printed, published, ttnd iu general circulation
in said County, for three consecutive weeks,
and that the hearing of said cause be set for
the 11th day of May. A. D. 1880, at 3 o'clock p.
in., at the ofllce of the County Judge, at Platts
mouth, at which time and place ail persons in
terested may apear aud show cause, if any
they h tve, why adiMinit-tratioii of said estate
should not be granted to the said Edwin A.
Jeary, according to the prayer of said petition.
A. N. ol'LLlVAN, County Judge.
l'lattsinouth, April !", 1-xi. su
- Road - Notice.
To ail whom it may concern: ' ' '
The section line road, commencing at the
North West nw corner of section thirty-two
32, township ten fio, range twelve 12, and
running South to tue County line, has been de
clared by the Board of County Commissioners
au open road. All objections thereto, or claims
for damages, must be filed in the County
Clerk's office on or before nom. on tlie 12th day
of June, A. D. 18S0, or such road will be opened
without reference thereto.
3t5 J. 1). TUTT, County Clerk.
wlio will, during: tli
r iL-L rQi cLi J vcjj
MAIN STREET, PLATTSMOUTH NEB.
W. M. IBAIKIEim & cn.
fC tr nt r-i i-?" -vrt
WIi en it comes
stud read our
Taken up by the subscriber, on his enclosed
premises, in burnt Mile Grove Precinct, in Cans
Countv, Nebraska, wn the 3d day of February
1880. one brown lieifer with red and white head
and white tail, supposed to be one year old.
No marks. J. H. Mkiinjkk.
March 20Mi, 1880. lili
. DISTRICT OF U
NEliEASKA, t s-JJ
IX THK ClUCUIT COCKf OP THK UXITED
Statks, for the Distkict or Nkhrabka.
The Union Mutual Life
vs. Insurance Co.
Livonia Hecker, et al.
FOBKCLOSUKE OK MOliTtJ.VGK
i iiDiic nonce is nereDy given mat in pursu-
ance of a decree entered in the above cause, ou
tlie 2C tn day of June. 1879. J. William Daily.
Special Master in Chancery In said Court, w ill
on the llth day of May, 160, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon of tlie said day, at the
North dooroftiie United State Court House
in the City of Omaha. State of Nebraska, sell
at public auction the following described prop
erty, to-wit : I lie West halt lw',l of the .North
cast uuarter rneui. and tne norm west quart
er nwW of the South East quarter seJ of
section No. six ti, in township No. eleven 11
North range fourteen 14. East sixth 6thl P.
M. ; situated in the County of Cass, state of Ne
braska. WILLIAM DAILY,
3to special Master in Chancery.
In the mrtter of the estate of Cornelius Maho-
ny, deceased, in the County Court of Cass Co.,
Nebraska. .- - --- -
Upon reading and filing (he duly verified pe
tition of P. H. Mahony, praying that admini
stration oi toe estate l (jorneuus Mationy, de
ceased, be granted M. ' O'Connor : Ordered
mat notice oi tne penaency oi said cause be
published in the Nebraska Herald, a weekly
newspaper, printed, published, and in general
circulation iu said county, for three consecutive
weeks, and that the hearing ol said cause be
set for the 7th day of May A. D.. 1880. atone
o'clock P. M. at the office of the County Judge,
at Plattsmotb, at which time and place, all per
sons Interested may appearand show eause, if
any they have, why administration of said es
tate should not be granted to tKe said M.
O'Connor, according to the prayer of said peti
tion, a. r. sulli VAri, t o. Judge.
Plattsmouth, April 'juth, 1880. 6U
DISTRICT OF , .
thk Circuit Court of the Unite
ST A IKS. FUR THK DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA.
The Union Mutual Life 1 T
vs. Insurance Co.. J-phaJLrv
Agnes C. Carper, et al. ( Chancery.
FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE.
Public notice is hereby given that In pursu
ance of a decree entered in llie above cause,
on the 2;th day of June. 1879. I, William Daily.
Special Master in Chancerv in said Court, will
on the llth day of May, 1880, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon of the said day. at the
North doer of the United States Court House
in the City of Omaha, State of Nebraska, sell
at public auction the following described prop
erty, to-wit: The North West quarter nwi
of sec tion No. thirty-one 131, In township No.
eleven 11 North in range No. twelve 112 East,
being one hundred and sixty 160 acres ac
cording to Government survey, more or less;
situate in Cass County, Nebraska.
St5 Special Master in Chancery.
NEBKASK A, J
In the Circuit Court of the Unitkd
States for the District of Nebraska.
Tbe Union Mutual Life
ce Co., v
t. al.. )
Granville E. rleming, et.
FORECLOSURE OK MORTGAGE
Public notice is hereby given, that in pursu
ance of a decree entered iu the above cause, on
the 2fith clay of June 187i, I, W illiam Daily,
Special Matter In Chancery In said Court, will
on the llth day of Mav, 1880. at the hour t 10
o'clock iu the forenoon ot the said day. at tbe
north door of the United States Court House in
the City of Omaha. State of Nebraska, sell at
public auction, the following described proper
ty, to-wit : The south east quarter sej of
section tweaty-nine 29 aud the north east
quarter neJof the northwest quarter nwJi of
section thirty-two 32 aud twenty-five 25
acres off the west part of the uorth
bait nH of the north east quarter
neJof section thirty-two 32 and tlie south
half s',41 ef the northeast quarter uei4 of
section tweuty 20 all in township elevei 11J
north of range thirteen il3J cast of the Hxth
6 Principal Meridian, containing in all three
hundred and five 305 acres more or les ac
cording to the original Government survey, sit
uated Tu tbe County of Cass aud State of Ne
braska. William Daily.
3t& Special Master ia Cbaacery.
immense stock of
of isll IPrices,
pace for tli'eiir
f jfrs. jtsk Tl r-
look out for
lQD. in tliese col-
To all ulunti it may tonetrn: t.
The Section line road commencing at the
South East (se) corner ol the Jort h East quarter
(neVt), of (Section twenty-seven '!), town
twelve 12. Kange eleven 11. running thence
no nil on section line, to the south boundary of
tlie town of Louisville has been declared by
the Hoard of County Commissioners an open
road, and all objections thereto, or claims for
damages, must oe filed in the County Clerk's
olllee, on or before non on the mil day of June
A. I). lHso.or such road will be opened without
3t5 J. I). TUTT, Co. Clerk.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph S. Upten,
Notice is herebv riven, to all ncrsona havinir
claims against tne t.state oi josepn a. Upton,
deceased, to tile the same on or be fere the loth
. day of November. A. D., Ihmo. in the ofllce of the
' IV.mili. lull.. !!....... 1. S ' n .
. V II It I J vuuc, i labiriuuum, iiUSUVUUI,
A. N. Sullivan, Co. Judge,
riattstnouth, April 14th, 1840. 414
DISTRICT OK I . u
In the circuit Court of the United
States, for the District of Nebraska.
The Union Mutual Life 1 T
va, Insuratue Co.,
Win. H. Detwller. et al. (Chancery.
FORECLOSURE OF MOBTSAOI.
Public notice is hereby given that In pur
suance of a decree entered in the above cause,
on the 26th day of June, 1879, 1, William Daily.
Special Master in Chancery in said Court, will
on the llth day of May, lsso, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon of the said day, at the
North door of tbe United States Court House
In tlie City of Omaha, State of Nebraska, sell
at public auction tlie following dtscrbed prop
erty, to-wit : Twenty-eight 2J rods and nine
teen 19 links East of tlie North West nw
corner of the North West quarter nwU of the
North West quarter of section seven ITJ, town
ship ten in North of Kange twelve12 East,
thence South fifty-two 1 52 J rods, thence East
twenty-four 24 rods, thence South twenty,
eight 28 degrees East to tbe South line ot the
said forty acre lot ; thence North t the North
line of said lot ; thence West to the place of be
ginning, cotta.niiig ninet!! 191 acres, more
or less, situate in the County of Cass, State of
Nebraska. WILLIAM OaILY,
3t5 , Special Master ia Chancery.
By virtue ef twe Executions Issued by W. C.
Showalter, Clerk of the Distnct Court within
and for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected, I will on tbe 24th day of May, A. I).
lt-80, at lo o'clock a. in.: ot said day, at the
South Door of the Court House in Pla.ltamc.uth
City in said County, sell at Public Auction the
following Keal Etate to-wit : Tbe south west
quarter (swiof section thirty-one (31) town
ship eleven (li) range thirteen (13) east ef the
6th P. M., alt iu Cass County. Nebraska. The
same being levied upon and taken as tbe prop
erty of Thomas L. berry. Defendant ; to satis
fy two judgments of said Court by J. W. Gas
lock irnd Thomas lirynn. Plaintiff 's ; assigned
to L. T. Ashton.
Plattsmoutii. Neb.. April 19th, A. D. 1880.
5t5 K. W. JI vers. Sheriff, Cass Co., Neb.
To owner or occupant of the following de
scribed real estate in the County of Cass and
State of Nebraska, to-wit : Lot eighteen (18,
section twenty (2o, township twelve (12), range
fourteen (14). being two (2) acres, in Cass Co.,
Xebracka: You are hereby notified that the
above described real estate, assessed as be
longing to a non-resident of Cass County, was.
on tlie 21st day of September, 1875. sold to Cass
County, Nebraska, there being no other bid
ders therefor, tor the taxes levied thereon for
the year 1874 ; aud that unlets the same I re
deemed from such s-.le on or before the 1st day
ot Augu't, ImO. a deed w ill be issued for said
real estate to M. W.Morgan, assignee of said
CassCuunty 6t3 M. W.MOKG.vN.
To all whom ft may Concern : "
The Commissioner appointed lr, vacate a road
now located frm souili east eomer of sooth
east quarter (se'i) of north east quarter (ne1)
of section twenty-seven (27) town twelve (12)
range thirteen (13) thence north fifteen (15)
chains thence north east to the north east cor
ner of tbe south eaot quarter (se!4) of the north
east quarter (ne'cf said rectiun and t locate
a road from the south east cornerof south-west
quarter (sw1) ot northeast quarter (neVt) of
said section twenty-seven (27) to the east line
of seciion twent-seveu (27) thence north
twenty (2o; chaius. has reported in favor ot the
vacation and location thereof, and all objec
tions thereto or claims for damages, must be
filed tn the County Clerk's office, on or before
Boon on the 28tii day of June A. D. 1880. or mcb
road will be vacated and located without refer
ence thereto. J. IX TUTT, Co. Clerk, its
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