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take newsuHin-rs and periodicals from the post
office, or reiituvititf and leaving them uncalled
(or. Li nriiiut facie evidence of lXTKXTiOM al
W. D. Jones is enjoying a visit
from her sister, Mrs. Wade, of 'Cleve
land, Ohio. , , ,t
Park Skinner formerly of Platts-
aouth, but new running a Foundry &
Machine Shop of bis owi at Corn inf.
Iowa, made Plattsmouth a. call this
week, negotiating for some necessary
machinery for his foundry. Coaue
again, Parker. ' - ;
Merges' new brick.
case was up
By Judge Peabody,
At tbe Methodist church,
Saturday evening, May 22d.-
Subject: "Self Protection and Pro
hibition, the Right of every Commu
Giod suits for S5.75 at Wescotfs tf i
Hr Jove, you know, there s "some
thin In' it.
Red Ribbon oration Saturday ev
again en Monday.
The genuine "Deer Island Jeans
pants at Wescotfs. 9tf
Wanted Some corn and oats at
this office on "sub.
A Large line Ladies Fancy Goods
at the Great Red Store. 6tf
Many ef the pay-day drunks last
ed until Tuesday evening.
See Furniture at the Great Red
Store and don't forget it. . 6tf
'iead the Weather Service Report
on the outside of the paper.
Summer underwear 55 cents a
Suit at the Great Red Store. 6tf
Phil's soda is boss: "thers's noth
ing in it," but lemon, &c.
Billr Stadelmana has rented the
Hoblrege residence in Lin col a.
Finest Neck wear in the City at
Wescotfs "Boss" Clothing Store. 9tf
-Don't fail to read Sup't Wooley's
report of schools on the outside of tbe
Straw Hats for Planters, 10 cents
each. Great Red Store. 6tf
Uncle Henry Welfe, ex-County
commissioner, comes into tewn occa
The new "Convention Scarf a
daisy, just received at Wescotfs. 9tf
Bring along your corn or oats,
sosie of you chaps that want a Her
ald. A large line of Boots and Shoes
at the iireat Rtxl Store, at makers
Go and hear Judge Peabody Sat
urday, at the M. E. church, on Tem
Latest Styles Mens'
and Straw GooTls at the
Hon. Orlando Teff t, passed through
town Tuesday on his way to th4 State
-rWe believe there is to be a Cathe-
lic Ice Cream and Strawberry Festival
Mr. Jne. Murfin, called at the of
fice Tuesday, and left in the afternoon
Kelly Fox has gone to old "Kain-
tuck, and will bring his grandmother
back with him.
The best fitting Clothing in the
land at Wescotfs, and wrapped up at
ten per cent above cost. 9tf
The pay car on the B. & M. pass
ed through Plattsmouth Monday, and
the boys were all happy.
Walking made very easy with Ly
on's Heel Stiffeners; they keep your
boots and shoes straight. 8t3
Some sert f "furriner," a Turk,
Arab or something of that kin4 was
seen on our streets Tuesday.
A $15,000 libel suit has been in
stituted against the Lincoln Democrat
by Finch; trial set for June 7th.
Another invoice of the "Joker"
Hat ( beautiful light summer Hat),
just in at Wescotfs. low prices. 9tf
The new bridge loometh up; the
falsa trestle-work looks substantia!
enough of itself to do the business.
Baptist Sociable at the residence
of Prof. U. W. Wise this (Thursday)
evening. All are invited to attend.
Several eases were up be fare Ja4ge
Vivian yesterday, wherein parties had
been running a dray without license.
Capt. Marshall rode out to Re
publican City, Saturday last, and re
turned Monday p. m., safe and sound.
-We eught to have a nrd rain
storm just to wash out the branch,
which is getting te no ell terribly bad.
Ice coli Soda water at J. H. But
tery's. The same little Silver foun
tain, and the drink is as good as ever.
Li. G. Todd was in town Tuesday.
Pretty near asked him if he was going
to the convention, but happened to
Peter Merges has his new stock of
goods all in his new quarters. New
bo tse, new shoes. nw everything.
Mr. J. W. Marthis takes Oliver's
place iu Hatf a market, and Ed. Oliver
now smilingly hands out the temper
ance lemonade and cigars at the Bil
liard parlor in Merges Block.
The folks at the Great Red store
are as busy as usual.- Their new stock
is shown off to good advantage, and
is rapidly selling.
Mrs. JonNsox & Sweeney have re
ceived a large number of ellegant pat
tern hats, and are expecting more soon.
Go and inspect them. 8t4
Friend Tucker and tax-collector
Shryeck didn't engage in mortal com
bat, as reported. No brick-bats flow,
and no one "d rapped."
-Come one, come ml, come every.
one to the new place for your Boots
and Shoes. I'm bound to give you good
bargains. ....... I , Peter Merges.
The Courant and Enterprise seem
to be rather mixed on titles. The fer-
roer dubs Capt. Marsjiall "Col.," and
the latter calls Capt. Bennett "Major."
No old goods. No shoddy (roods.
No snide goods at Wescotfs. Every
article fresh and new, and warranted
as represented or money refunded. 9tf
Three old Andersonville prisoners
met at Plattsmouth last week: Sheriff
Hyers, Mr. W. B. Johnson,' and anoth
er soldier whose name we did not
Mrs. Johnson d Miss Sweney
have cashmere beaded trimmings, and
the beads, for making the trimming.
Also jet trimmings in all the latest
Dr. John Black says last week in
Chicago, it was uncomfortably cool.
Men had fires in their offices, and wore
spring overcoats on the streets, Friday
-Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney have
four or five girls constantly busy and
then can hardly keep up with, their
work, both in the millinery and dress
making line. ... 8t4
uapt. uagoou says, the rain on
Thursday, at his place, was damp
enough to make corn ground muddy
on Friday morning, and south-east of
him there was more yet.
Mr. V. T. Leonard made his first
negatives in his new gallery on Friday
its needless to say they were good, and
he is nw prepared to make ten thou
sand more before Christmas. Call in.
Some parties, from the lower part
of tbe County were brought up to see
Judge Sullivan, on Tuesday, regarding
some old iron they were accused of
having stolen and sold at Nebraska
Charby Duke has a new handsome
"repeater." a present from his father.
Water-tight cases, electric face, see the
time any hour iu it; gold hunting case.
back action works.. Just take asquint
at Charley's watch..
If we are any judge, we skeuld
say that if a good hard rain was to
suddenly come up Mr. Ilerold weuld
find the foundation, just being built,
covered with water, owing to the rub
bish, &,c. in the old culvert. -
A collision occurred on Sunday last
between the yard engine, with a num
ber of cars attached, coming from the
transfer, and another engine- ani flat
car with. coal and water going to the
boat. ' They collided just north, of
rtocicy ioiiv throwing the yard en
gine down the track, tbe tank lightmg
in the river, and two fiat cars jumping
the track,-one standing cross way s of
tbe rails; the single .flat car. attached
to the other engine was smashed en
tirely. The trail fer came up to the foot
of Main st, and took passengers and
mails for the afternoon and Monday
morning's trains, but by noon, Monday
a track was laid round the obstruction
and everything is working smoothly
again. Fortunately no one was hurt,
although engineer Savage and'fireman
Donovan had to jump for their lives.
W e did not learn who was supposed
to be to blame for the accident.
Bad AeeKeat. -
Sam'l P. Holloway, one ef the hands
working for Mr. N. S. Young, contrac
tor o tbe earth work in tbe deep cuts
for approaches . to tbe Plattimoath
R. R. Bridge, was severely injured on
last Monday, about 2 o'clock, p. m. It
appears that Holloway was not exper
ienced in earth work and while under
mining a bank about five-feet high be
turned his back to it to listen te some
conversation of other parties near him
when about a ton of dirt gave way.
knocking him down and breaking the
thigh bone close to hip and otherwise
bruising him. He will probably be
disabled for three er feui months,
hich is a very serious matter for a
man with a family. He has a wife
and two children and our sympathies
go out to them in this great misfor
-Some chap was bawling terribly
loud down street Saturday night, and
swearing no man could arrest him.
Some one sent for Hyers. The Sheriff
jammed his old hat down on his head,
quietly walked into the crowd, collar
ed his man and walked him off to the
-Lower prices than ever at Wes
cotfs, our expenses aie light and we
will not be undersold; no trouble to
show goods, your trade is solicited.
ne carry the best Clothing made in
America and are bound to sell it. C.
E. Wescott, proprietor of the Boss
Clothing Store, next to Smith, Black
&Co. ... ,-. v. 9tf
All the neighboring cities are en
joying the delights of the circus at
which the small boy rejoiceth, but
they all pass by-Plattsmouth: It must
be because they can't "End a vacant
level spot on which to pitch their tent
or a hotel in which to satisfy their
Johnson Brothers commenced mu
tilating planks, boards, timbers, &c,
yesterday for J. M., Schnellbacher's
new building. We think that Mike's
venture will be the starter for busi
ness on Vino street, and that before
another year more of the same kind
will be keeping us company. '
One More Unfortunate.
The distressing and horrible sight of
a partially decomposed corpse floating
face upward, down the muddy Mis
souri, was afforded thoe curious
enough to go down to the old saw-mill
ground, Monday evening. Immedi
ately after it was made. fast to the
shore,, the Sheriff 'and Coroner were
notified, who at onee empanelled a ju
ry and procured a box, in which the
dead man was placed .and brought up
town. The Coroner's jury found that
the man came to his death1 by drown
ing; name unknown acd: cause of
drowning unknown, whether acci
dent or suicide. No marks of violence
were discernible and - the supposition
is, as he does not seem to have been
missed by any of the up river towns,
that he cither fell or jumped off some
boat going up and had been in the wa
ter from three to five days.
Thev judged him to be about thirty
years old ; 'dark complexion, little or
no beard, dressed in some sort of thin
diagonal geods,and a new.! pair of
No money or anything of value was
fonnd on his person ; a knife, comb
and key were the only things by which
he might have been identified by bis
friends, had any of them been here.:
His remains were deposited in the
potter's Geld about 9 p. m., alone and
unmourned, his existence forever blot
ted out; but perhaps causing many a
day of weary watching and waiting
to loved ones far away.
The relatives or friends of all de
ceased soldiers, whose remains are in
terred in Oak Hill Cemetery, are re
spectfully requested to leave their
names, ages, and number of lot where
buried' with tbe undersigned, at the
County Clerk's . office, Plattsmouth,
Neb., before the 30th inst.
9t2 J no. W. Jennings.
Adj't McConibie Post N. 45, G-A. R.
Fair Gronnd and Driving Park.
Agreeably to resolutions passed at
the regular meeting of -the Cass Co.,
Agricultural Society, the buildings
from the old Fair Ground were being
moved over to the new grounds this
week and work on the track will be
commenced at once; when completed.
they will be the handsomest grounds
in the State. The grove alone is worth
thousands of dollars in beautifying and
making agreeable the surroundings of
the Fair Ground.
WtSE-D YKES-At the residence of the bride's
. parnrs, iu nils city, at 2 o'clock p. m.. Tues
day. May Uth, 1880. by Rev. K. S. Ooodnian,
Mr. Wm. s. w ise, of rhittsmeuth, Nebraska
and Miss Emma F Dvkks. r
" The bride and groom took the Strain north
to visit friends In Laerange County, and win
return to thia city before .eavinj? for their new
home in Nebraska. Only a few friends and rel
ative were Invited to witness the marriage
ceremony. The parlor was elegantly decorated
by the teachers, and the eeasiou highly en
Joyed by those present. Mlas Emma was oue
of Kenmillcville'a most highly esteemed young
ladies, and her inatiT friends will loin n i
wiaihiuj' that her western home may be a pleas
ant and happy oue The following is a list of
One-half dozen each silver kuives. table
"noon 9. tea spoons, forks, and one pickle fork,
Mr. and Mr. . L. Wise, E&ittsinoutli, Xeb. ;
gold sleve tautens, Mrs. Robert Dvkes ; silver
cake basket. Walter L. Dyket) ; sliver pickle
dish, Mr. and Mrs. Seaborn, Brushy Prairie.
Ind. ; silver castor. Mr. Geo. It. Teal. S. MeK.
Smith. Sadie K. Smith, and Flora A. Smith ;
one dozen silver knives. Mrs. C. O. Myers ; one
lamp. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Runyau; vases and
fern holder. Miss Emma V. boliou ; silver spoon
holder, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. liamiiton ; a fine
woelen shawl, Mr. and Mrs. Goodman and fam
ily : card case. Mrs. Dr. AbeU:- silver pickle
fork and butter knife. Miss Olive Jackman : a
i liver sugar spoon. Mlsa Cora. McCray ; tidy.
Miss sopuronia Emerson ; napkin. Miss Flora
A. Smith; towels, Miss Sadie K. Smith ; tidy
and mats. Miss Sarah B. Goodman : nirl cush
ion. Mrs. H. C. Bowers ; flchu, Mrs. H.h Long
fruit dish. Miss Ida Cat heart, .Lagrange. Ind ;
tidy and mats, Miss Wild People. I Kendall
ville (Ind.) Standard.
. And so the Hkbald sent the kiss to the
wrong state t But it has reason to Hope that it
reached the bride notwithstanding, and hcrer
with we add congratulations to Mr. and Mrs..
Wise, and welcome tbe bride to her new west
ern home. ..'-.. ."
JOHNSON HORN In Plattsmouth Precinct.
Casa County. Nebraska. May lath, 1880, at tbe
residence of the Bride's father, by County
Judge Sullivan, Mr. Wm. B. Johksox. to
Miss Matilda Hokk.
Mr. Johnson was lately from Peoria, 111., the
bride is a daughter of Phil p n rn of tbi-t coun
ty. - Mr. Johnson is a comrade of our Sheriff
Hyerrf. btth having served together and were
prisoners together during the war.
Another old comrade or two were present-.
and after tbe ceremony a social and interest
ing gathering of friends and neighbors made
time pass as happily and as quickly as it ft en
goes with mortals. We . with our old soldier
friend a long enlistment, with plenty ef rations
aud tbe Quartermaster always handy when sup
plies run short. lie must remember, however.
that this is a different kind of warfare front
that of Uncle Sam's and though he mar be call
ed on to conquer rebels (young) or forage for
the Camp in squally weather, he will always
have good quarters and the home reserves to
fall back on in case of defeat from the common
enemy. With the heartiest eood wishes of the
Herald and all the printer boys we start the
bride and bridegroom out on their journey In
good faith that they will succeed In their
h VcTIIBATIOXAlA j
CHICAGO, ; :
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
Railroad will sell tickets to parties de
siring to attend the National Republi
can Convention in Chicago, at greatly
reduced rates. Tickets ay ill be sold
May 30 to June 1st, inclusive, good to
return until June 5, inclusive. 9t2 .
- THE MARKETS.
Wheat. Jio.i.i. .
-" - shelled,...
. Wednesday, May I 1830.
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Money St. 06
Rye .... ..-.. ,
Oats .. ......
NEW YORK MARKETS. -.
Nkw York; May 19,1880. '
CHIC AG 5 MARKETS.'
Chicago. May 19, lfwo.
, 1 UH.
..$4 00(SS4 40
.. 3 7V 4
.. 4 OOiS 4
arums - (dqujetifh"
Is Leased to'
a i t
rO) J N II I I- 3 0) (0 in 1
vj'Iso will, duriire tlae
S P R I N GSUM.ME R
With thvir immense stock of
oii&Isfiiig: of all ;H?rIce5
MAIN STREET, PLATTSMOUTH NEB.
To Soldiers of the War of the Kebel-
There will be a meeting of McConi
bie Po3t of Grand Army of the Repub
lic, Tuesday evening, May 25th, at
Good Templar's Hall. All members
are special' requested to be present.
Any soldiers desiring to join can bring
discharge and leave application with
Adjutant. R. R. LIVINGSTON,
J. W. Jennings, ConTmander.
Mrs. Johnson & Miss Sweeney,
have received a large assortment of
new and stylish fancy goods, daggers
and fancy pins-for the hair, lace ties.
now styles of open work, long wristed
gloves and mitts, combs, in new de
signs, laces, ruchings, &c, &c. 8t4
The Fire Company have received
their new uniforms and practised in
them for the first time last Thursday
night. It censists of a red shirt with
blue trimmings, and fire hat and belt.
They are very r.eat and nobby.
The hrst quarterly meeting for
Plattsmouth Circuit of the Uuited
Brethren church will be held at the
Liberty church, three miles south of
Plattsmouth, May 29th and 30th.
W. L. Fields, P. C.
m 1 . a. . . . ,. ,
Aiie sweet singer or Aiicnigan is
nowhere, compared with the three or
four young gentlemen (?) who were
melodiously discoursing on Vine and
Sixth streets, Sunday evening. They
had just returned from Rippel's beer
ine case or rtippei v fccott was
up before his henor. Judge Sullivan,
Tuesday morning. The defendant was
chanced with blockading the public
highway with a fence, but was acquit
ted on technical grounds, under the
statute of 1879.
Mr. Scott, who lives on the road to
the Brewery, has fenced up his lots.
n says; said fence runs over into the
road there, and the "consekense" is a
law-suit. Who'll cone out best we do
not know until the case is "suspend
ed" by the "June."
Uaker & Co., and Smith & Black
nave traded, swapped. They have
moved from where they live now. If
you want to find Charley.Chet or Fred
go to Baker's ; cheap for cash. If you
want Billy go to Smith & Black's; all
wool and a yard wide.
Mr. c. Wescott, in the little
store east of Smith & Black's, has a
splendid line of clothins and pen'ta'
lurnisinng goods, and he is selling
them way down. His line of ties
silk and other fine hosiery, is immense.
Don't fail to call on him.
-A grand opening last night of the
"Monarch Billiard Hall," in the base
ment of Mr. Merges new store, was a
sample of the good or ler to be expect
ed in the Hall for all time to come.
Mr. P. B. Murphy is the Proprietor of
the establishment, and it will be run
under the .able supervision of Ed. Ol
iver. Xo Minors will be allowed to
frequent the room, and of course no
noisy or boisterous characters. At the
bar will be found all the fancy tem
perance drinks and the finest brands
of cigars, made expressly for them.
The new machine shops are grow
ing rapidly, and that portion of town,
formerly occupied by two or three
scattering houses, is now filling up
with substantial brick buildings, and
which are constantly making room for
more workmen. Next week we shall
endeavor to give the new buildings in
The T. Remedy vocalist and ad
vertiser, sung his last song and bid his
friends and customers good bye Tues
day evening. He cl liras to have cur
ed our friend Doty of deafness, but we
have not seen the old gentleman since
to find out as t the facts ia the mat
ter. If it is so then there is truly some
virtue in his T. Remedr.
Two to one you will go in Smith
& Black's for Baker's and vice versa.
In fact no Philadelphia lawyer, even,
ceuld tell until this week which was
which. Spring hats and bonnets look
strange in a drug Store,-ind large bot
tles of drugs look decidedly out of
place among silks and laces. But Bak
er & Co. have moved! Ditto Smith.
Black & Co.
-J.N. Swartz, painter and paper hang
er, and a first rate good one teo, was
up from Weping Water, Saturday and
tells us he has just quantities of vrerk
down there, has ordered saaiules of
wall paper in the latest styles from
New York City and is hanging those
Weeping Water folks in the latest and
nobbiest fashion. Good for Schwartr,
and we wish him success. .
-From many of our readers, "who
have Jearned that hereafter the doings
of the City officials will appear in the
Enterprise, we hear severe complaints.
For their benefit we will say that when
space can possibly be spared, we will
eudeavor to give them points on the
various changes and improvements,
thus euabliag them to keep posted as
to the standing, etc., of the city.
At 4 o'clock p. m. (which means
-past mark";, on Monday last, the re
spective proprietors of the two stores,
owned by W.H. Baker Co. and Smith
& Black, commenced to swap premis
es. Smith & Black moved into W. H.
Baker & Co's, and W. H. Baker Co.
hopped into the nest Smith & Black
just vacated. Beth parties give boot
and get belter stores; biggest swap
out. The old Plummer store will make
a splendid drug house, and the brick
with 40 feet addition and a grand sky
light, will be a magnificent genera
-School closes this week. Annual
Examinations in the High School and
Grammar Departments began Monday,
and have been in progress all week.
The examination includes the year's
work". Parents and all interested in
education are requested to attend the
afternoon oral work. The aues-
tions for the written work will all re
main on the Black-boards for inspec
tion, and our citizens will do well to
go up and see what our children . are
doing. "Examinations in the lower
Grades will begin Wednesday and con
tinue Thursday and Friday.
The Goblins drew a full house on
Saturday night and apparently 'satis
fied it to the utmost, judging by the
frequent bursts of laughter. . and ap
plause. We are inclined to differ how
ever from the prevailing opinion of
our exchanges, that the change of per
sonello has improved the company.
The former cast was more to our taste
although we managed to extract con
siderable enjoyment from this one.
A house with two lo's on the Maiu
business street, and two lots adjoining,
situated in Louisville, Cass Co., Neb.
Apply to Henry Hofmeister,
9t4 Louisville, Neb. .
Hon. Sam Barker and wife are the j
happy recipients of a i resent, viz: a
fine boy, born May 10th, which makes
the seventeenth child, twelve boys and
five girls. Think of that ! An even
dozen boys; and Sam s;ys he'll soon
make it a half dozen girls, and call the
last girl "Quit. No wnnder Sam can
handle more stock than any man in
-. .' .To Loan, r
Money at 10 per cent, interest on ina
proved farms. Apply to
51 m3 R. B. Windham
Money to Loan.
' On good farm property on longtime
Apply to. J. W. Jennings,
At the Old Staud Again!
. F. Gyger.
House Painting, Carriage painting
Graining, Calsomining, Paper-hanging,
Work warranted and specimens shown
at J. V. Weckbach's and R. B. Wind
ham's.. 'j : . 52 ik 6
II I D EC Improved Iteot Brer Pf k
ninCiJ sure. 23 V,t. Makes five callous
of a delicious aud snarkllmr beverace whole
some nnu temperate. Sold uy urjKgists. orsenl
by mail on rtcfipt of 2.1 cts. Address, CHAS. K
HIKES. Manufacturer. 215 Market Street, Phil
adelphia. Pa. 50t26
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We will not be outdone in our new
quarters. Will sell Boots and Shoes
cheaper than the cheapest.
9tl Peter Merges.
square yard on
more drunks to the
Monday night, than
have been seen in Plattsmouth for 'a
good while. Not much noise arose
therefrom, however, as the saloons all
closed promptly at the hour set.
All parties knowing themselves in
debted to Jason Streight for services
rendered by his horse, will please call
at Streight & Miller's harness shop aud
settle by cash or note inside ef thirty
days, or all such accounts will be plac
ed in the hands on a collector.
Plattsmouth, May 1, 1880. 7tf
With a complete line of Boots and
Shoes, at the very lowest market pri
ces, in the new li ick. i . merges.
We have moved east (one door), and
now have our goods once more in or
der, are ready to greet you, one
and all. at our new stand, and assure
you that our prices have not moved as
well, but are the same lv down fig
ures. 9ti Smith, Black & Co,
Still no signs of rain, or sueh very
slight signs as to raise the barometer
of our hopes but ver;. little, and the
new moon able to hold a half dozen
horns if hung on it; you know the In
dians say if you can hang a horn on
the new moon, it v ill not rain that
resn iime tiy 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,
tf on premises.
W e will pay AgenU a Salary of tluo per month
and ip.nw,, or llw larg commtusioa, to sell our
nw sad wondarral iorsatious. KisemriitwHy,
MsaaaU fr . Addr a im , i A Ca Matmtesii. Mick.
Allen & Co. s Richmond Gem. 35
cents per pound, and- Ole Virginia.
ia cents per package, both curly cut.
the best and finest smoking tobaccos in
town, sold at J . Pepperberg s. 50tf .
Judge Peabody of Omaha will lec
ture in the M. E. Church on Saturday
evening of this week, subject: "Self
Protection and Prohibition the Right
of everv Community." Give him a
good house. Free to all, and a cordial
invitation extended to everyone.
xo menus and customers we desire
to say that you will find us and our
stock of goods in larger quarters, one
door west of our old stand, where we
are prepared for you, and will . take
pleasure in meeting you all as of yore.
9tl W. II. Baker & Co.
. - The Second Jury
In the case of Tinnel vs Keenan &
Grace, don't hang, liko the first, but
very quickly find for the plaintiff to
the amount of 875.00. Fottenger put
in some pretty strong licks, and hint
ed prettv loud that the tumble was
wholly for the purpose of obtaining
damages, and that it would likely be
Mr. C. Ripple has fixed up some very
nice picnic gardens, near his place of
business, and he wishes us to say that
no minors nor any peace disturbing
parties will be permitted inside the
gate, under any circumstances, in the
future, and we doubt'not but that Mr.
R. means business. It will insure suc
cess in his enterprise if he does so. Ail
ye that are not old enough or those
that do not know enough to behave
yourself it is better if you stay awayl
A wood stove is not made of wood.
Boston Post. Nor is a coal stove
made of coal. Fuuny, isn't it ? Detroit
Free Press. " And a snow plow is not
madeofsr.ow. Awfully funny, isn t
it? Bangor Commercial. Neither is
a sponge cake made of sponges. Te-he.
Boston Journal of Commerce. Nor
a head dress made of heads. Ah, h.
Salem Sunbeam. Xor a belly band
made of bellies. Yo, ho! Ashland Pr.
Nor a post offlce made of posts. Gal
ion Enquirer. Nor a humbug made of
butis. Don't it? St. Joe Gazette. Nor
a bull-dozer made of bulls Beatrice
Leader. Nor a flour mill made of flour.
Nor is the Ashland Reporter (Green
back paper m tde of Greenbacks.
All persons indebted to the Cass Co.
Sentinel (where the same has accrued
since Sept. 26, 1879; on subscription,
advertising or Job work, are requested
to call and settle wil'in the next thir
ty days and save costs. Call on George
H. Thompson in person, or a: llarti-
gan's law ofHce, where receipts will be
given fer all mones paid.
Gkorge H. Thompson,
Late Publisher Cass Co. Ser tinel.
Dated, May 19, 1880. 9t3
. A gang of organized thieves have
been operating iu Omaha and this city,
and three r four of their number
have been in the custody of our offi
cers, for vagrancv, &c. The advance
agent is a legless cripple, who begs and
spots those places easily broken into,
staying around until some member of
the gang arrives when he reports and
turns over the money and they depos-
ite him on top of a freight train, know
ing that .a Conductor or brakemen can
not put him off. The third and fourth
installment of the party reached Platts
mouth yesterday and was ordered to
inarch out without waiting for the
trains for Lincoln.
An Honest Medicine Free of Charge.
ui an medicines advertised to cure
any affection of the Throat, Chust or
Lungs, we know of none we can rec
ommend so highly s Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
Colds, Asthma. Bronchitis, Hay Fever,
Hoarseness, Tickling, in the Throat,
loss of voice, etc., This medicine does
positively cure, and that . where every
thing else has failed. No medicine
can sitow one-halt so many positive
and permanent cures as have already
been effected by this truly wonderful
remedy. For Asthma and Bronchitis
it is a perfect specific, curing the very
worst cases in the shortest time possi
ble. " We say by all means give it a
trial. Trial bottles free. Regular size
1.00. For sale by Smith & Black,
wholesale and retail, Plattsmouth, Neb.
Avoid snioking eastern filthy tene
ment-made cigars. Ask your dealers
for Pepperberg's purij, brands "of home
made cigars. If you tlon't find them
there, go where thev are kept, and by
doing so, encourage home labor. Job
bing in cigars, and smokers' articles' a
specialty, at lowprices. ; A large and
varied stock "or smokers goods always
on hand, at prices to suit the times.
42tf Julius Pepperberg.
iEIBi A.TD !
W.: . ; -EBAI&IEIHi & CC).
BEteserve t!ai8 space for tlieir
xJ iL IL ljuIs Lc li vLi aU s(r
.,, ' . VsskstMttrfllr i '$ i ,
"Wlaeii It comes loolc out for
and read our AJJbm ici tliese : col
)f. winii carefully. r
Thirty of the best organ makers of the
World are competitors at the Paris Kxuositlon.
a cable dispatch to the Associated Press says
two hiirhest told medals have been awarded to
tbe American makers. Mason & Uaniliu.
Notice 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 iu March, June and September. At
Louisville 1st Friday and Saturday in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations will be given.
No one will be examined except at
the regular examinations : and no cer
tijicates from other Counties 4 will be
indorsed. ; ; ; ' :
fv -.. It. Wooley,
I Won't Want that Stuff,"
Is what a lady of Boston said to her
husband when he brought home some
medicine to cure her of sick headache
and neuralgia, which , had made her
miserable for fourteen years. At the
first attack thereafter it was adminis
tered to her with such good results,
that she continued its use until cured,
and was made so enthusiastic in its
praise that she induced twenty-two of
the best families in her circle to adopt
it as their regular family medicine.
That "ston!" is Hop Bitters.
Buckleu's Arnica Salte. .
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Tetter, Cl apped - Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions
1 his balv? is guaranteed to jnve per
fect satisfaction in every case or' mon
ey refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Smith & Black, Wholesale
and Retail. Plattsmouth. Neb. 241y.
A Household Need.
A book on the Liver, its diseases and their
treatment sent free. Including treatises upon
laver complaints, torpid Liver. Jaundice, nil-
ilousnes. Headache, Constipation. Utrsueosia.
Malaria, etc. Address Dr. Saskohu, ic-j
Broadway, Ty ew York City. N. Y. v Tt4
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Schlegel & Niemann's,
opposite P. 0. nf
The Herald. Detroit. Mich.. sav nf Wnmw
Safe Mver and Kidney Cure : "its efficacy in
kidney, liver and nriiiarv diseases 1 on fnllv
acknowledged that it is not worth the question
ing Rona fide testimonials from well-known
citizens in public and private life are evidenc s
strong enough to eonvinee the most stubborn
To Rent. :
Hotel, with 17
m w af u
BSST THRESHER 0?3 WHEEIS
cellar. Enquire of
Our Dmc stores ar now minn!ij4 wlMi "ii.it
Bitters." the new Food Medicine whi.-l
done so much jrood and comes t.i us so highly
recommended. Try it. It may save vouheaw
In not aVluratnrwr mm Apron Machine.
I.: -won't xfniijr '.m k kod admirably perfect In lis
tuTfwlunir and w-aratin; quail ties. Sutci all
the jrrnin, and cienna It residr for sBarket
Hum, easily, ie ronstrncted durably, la finished,
let;fut!y, in t'i nort economical. Vast eipen
fiitc nnd snoot aatiflfaclory Machine ia the
tnnj-krt. Will handle wet grain aa well aa dry.
lias do err-ial hi ttirehla(rBa and timothy, tbrmh
iui.'S'id clcaata? both aa well and nearly as rapidly
a- ti-it,nJ roires no charm except tbe uteres.
Jfu svr fw.it(V spmriUimf amd clmantnf gur
- fet an- osfcr mmrminm- wacbs, am4 rmn mS W
t-rl T'i. Trf ) x U over- a n't nnder-blapt Our -Cl-OVm
llCJJJ.NO ATTACUittENT ia
iww and vurv ceaurst!:ie. Does the work mora
rj.id:y and better than aa exclusively HuUto
l-tPARATORS of tlw THrrrja sizee Jti for
r-xat or liar fnwr, aa rrlrtxL
n Iiiimtc4 Pitts) Power, tn Improved
ooilinry Power, aod the I.l ward jjoaab
izinar Power, all mounted on four wheels, are
. Iar.uiactured by us, aa4 ore wot ryani y auty
in Am WLrkct-
Va arH mma itrenorttcl mo furnish
- P jrtable Easriaea with our Separatora.
f oe PriciJat ana Circulars, address
SEYMC ilt, 8ABIN A CO.
MariuflMturw' Stilhvat, Mluritu
Yery Droll to Think of. . .
If uot above being taught by a man, use Dob-
dius's Electric Soap next wash- day. Used
without any wash boiler or rubbing board, and
used differently from any other soap fver
made. It aeems very droll to think of a onlpt.
orderly two hours' light work on wash day.
with no heat and no steam, or smell of tint
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 tliemclves that tlii is done i y us
ing Dobbins' hlectric Soap. Don't buv it.
lowever. if too set invnurwavs to use it ac
cording to directions, that are as simple as to
seem almost ridiculous and so easy tfiatacirl
of twelve year', can do a large wash without ue-
iil' urea. 11 positively win not injure the flnesl
abrsc, lias been befora the public for fifteen
years, and its s;ile doubles every year. If your
croeer has not uot it. he will iret it. as all whole
sale grocers keep it.
1 u caAGiK & co., I'hiiadelphU.
Rreii Bnos., Sole Agents,
eowly Weeping Water, eb.
I wish Ererybody to Know
Key. George II. Tliayer, an Id citi
zen of this vicinity known to every one
as a most influential citizen, uud
Christian Minister of the M.E. Church
just this moment stopped iu our store
Xo say : I wish everybody to know-
that I consider that both myself and
wife owe our lives " to fchileli's Con-
umption Cure." It is having a tre
mendous sale ever our counter! aiid is
giving perfect satisfaction in all cass
of Lung Diseases, sucb as nothing else
has done. - ' "
Bourbon, Ind., May 15, '78. Drs. Matcl
ett & France. Sold by Smith & Black.
No Deception Used.
It is strange so many people will
continue to sutler day after day- with
Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint, Constipa
"fion. Sour Stonii.ch, 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 by Smith & Black.
Shiloh's Catarrh Bemedy. A
marvelous Cure for Catarrh.diphtheria,
Canker mouth, and Head Ache." Witl
each bottle there is an ingenious nasal
injector for the more successful treat
ment of tlie cemplaint,' without extra
charge. Price 50 cents. Ceowtf.
BROWX'S LItEK PUW ,
Cure .sick head-ache, and. prevent
summer sickness and chills.
. BROWVS PKI'HIX TOXIC
Cures Dyspepsia and restores appe
tite. Try it; it cures. ... -
and rosts ; said property
OlltlU hvOCIlomiilnn lfa
by 9 Champion six-pocket Pool Table'; on
2'i Hyat I'ool iialls ; one set billiard B)
Default hay-ins; been made in the condition
of a certain Chattel Mortgage, whereby the
power of sale therein contained has become op
erative, executed by J. W. Murphy, of Platu
mouth, Nebraska, to the Bruuswick A lialke
Company, of CLlcago. Illinois, bearing date the
2Jth day of January, 18HO, and recorded In the
County Clerk's odice of Cass Cunnty, Nebraska
on the day and the year aforesaid, on which
mortgage there Is claimed to be due. at the
date o this notice, the sum of two hundred and
fifty-seven aud 60-100 dollars (2fi7.6o), with in
terest thereon from January 2ih. 1880, at ten
per cent, per annum;
And uo proceeding having been instituted at
law to recover s lid amount, or any part there
of, said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale
of property, therein described, on tbe 6th day
of July, Ikso, at 1 o'clock p.m., at the front
door of the Court House, In the City of IMatts
niouth, Nebraska, to satisfy said debt. Interest
being described aa
arom Table : on 4V4
two dozen Cues ; two Cue Ra:ks ; one aet of
counters ; two ririages ; one Brush ; one Pin
Pool set complete. M. A. Hartioak.
Attorney for the Brunswick A liaJke Co.
Dated. May 13, 1H80. t3
: " Sheriff's Sale.
By virtue of an order of sale. Issued by "W. C.
Showalter. K.sq., Clerk of District Court with
in ami for Ca.s County, Nebraska, and to ina
directed. I will, ou Tuesdav. the hth riv f
June, A. D.. 1mi, at 10 o'clock a. hi., of suid day
it the .south (looribeinK the front door of ih
Court iioiiKC iu said County, sell at Publie Auc
tion the loliowiiiir described real estate, to-
wit: lhe uorth-east tpiarter (ne4) and the
south-wen quarter (sU) of section n amber
three (3) in township number twelve (12), uortb
of range iruiuber 'thirteen (13) ; also lot uumber
tliree t,S) and the south-eant quarter (e) of
the mint h-west quarter sw4) of section mini- '
ber thirty-four (34) in town number thirteen,
(13) north range number thliteen (13), east 6th
1. M. ; all lyiny am being situated in Cass Co.,
Nebraska; together with the apptirtences
tiieruto belonging. The same being levied up
on aud taken as the property of Jason (1. Mil
ler, and Mary P. Miller, defendants, (tn the suit
of Jacob Lctever aKliiHt said defendant, in
the District court of Cass County, Nebraska.)
to satisfy a judgment and decree of said Dis
trict Court, rendered in favor of said Jacob Le
fever. nl against said Jason G. Miller ai.d
Mary P. Miller, at April term. of said District
Court. A. D. 1S78.
riatlsuiouth, May Stli, A. I. Imo.
4 K. W. HYEKS, SlieiifT.
-THE HEALER OF THE AUE
Is Brown's Arnica Salve. It has
no equal for curing bums, cuts, bruis
es, and inflamed eyes; Good for man
THE LIVER K1XU.
SAILS APAKILLA, DANDELION AND IO
DIDE Potassium invigorates the Liver
and purifies the blood; it cures Scrof
ula and Kheumatism. .
. All of Browns Popular Medicines
for sale by J. II. Buttery.Smith & Black
and . F. Johnson, Plattsmouth. and
John Painter and Eledge & Co., Eas:
To all whom it may concern-: "
The Commissioner appointed to locte a road
commencing at the Houtb East corner of sec
tion thirty-two (32), township twelve (12), north
range ten (10), East : runuiug thence on said
section line North one (Dnilla and oue-half
; thence Kast efghtv (80) rods ; thence north
one (1 mile, to Intersect with the road running
East aud West, has reported in favor of the lo
cation thereof, and all objections thereto, or
claims for damages, must be filed in the County
Clerk's office oo or-belore noon, oa the 2tli
day oi June. a. d. lggo, or sucb road will be lo
cated without reference thereto. .
6t5 J.D.TLTT.Couuty Clerk.
Public Legal Sale.
BALE OF SCHOOL HOUSE.
By virtue of a vote of the legal voters of Dis
trict 65. iu lawful meeting assembled, I will oa
the 2itday of May, A. I. iso, at 9-o'clock p.
in., sell at i'ublic Auction the School House be
longing to Dictrict t. of Cass County, Nebraa
ka. lhe sab-to take place at the door of laid
school house. E. II. WOOLKY.
Supt. Pub. Inst n. Cass Co., Neb.
eb.. April rath. 1.
By virtue of two Executions Issued by W. C.
Show alter. Clerk of the District Court within
aud for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected, I will on the 2h day of Mat, A. I).
l"W, at 10 o'clock a. in., of said day, at tbe
South Door of the Court House In Plattsmouth
City in said (aunty, sell at Public Auction tbe
following Real Estate to-wlt : The south west
quarter (swi)of section thirty-one (31) town
ship eleven (tl) range thirteen (13) east of the
6th P. M.. all io Cass County, Nebraska. The
same being levied upon and taken aa the prop
erty of Thomas L. Berry, Defendant ; to satis
fy two Judgment of said Court by J. W. (las
lock and Thomas Bryan, Plaintiffs ; assigned
to Is. T. Ash ton. .
Plattsmouth. Nebf, April mh, A. D. 1880.
5ta It. W. IlYKua, Sheriff. Cass Co.. Neb.
To all w bom it may Concern :
The Commissioner appointed to vacate a road
uow located from south east comer of south
eaet quarter (se) of north east quarter (ue1)
of section twenty-seven (27) town twelve (12)
ranire thirteen (13) thence north fifteen (16)
chains thence north east to the north east cor
ner of the south east quarter (sen) oi the norm
east quarter (neV)of said section and t locate
a road from the south east cornercf south-west
quarter (sw!) of northeast quarter (neH of
sxlU seciiou iweniy-sereu z io me east, now
f sectiou twentv-scveu (if?) thence north
twenty 3) chains, has reported iu favor of the
vacation autt location tnereoi, ana an oojeo
: ion thereto or claims for damages, must be
:iled iu the County Clerk's office, on or befora
.hu on the zath day of June A. D. law, or such
road wilt I'e vaCatel and lHfrd withoTjt ref'T-
cirje tliWcTO. J. V. lUTT-.CO Ucrk. to
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