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i. s-.t -t :iv :ill arrearages. ..r the publish
v roniiiiiie to send it until payment is
"an.l collect the whole amount, whelher
;iier is t.ik"'i from the oflice or not.
1 lie con-ts have derided that refusing to
i-evvspapers anil oei iodicals from the post
W it-moving and 1' living tliein uncalled
izrinut faae evidence oi imkmiusal
Will. S. Wise sell Ileal Estate, tf
Sara. Barker returned from Chica-
. go, Tuesday.
See Great lied Store reduced Trice
Oliver Ward, of Louisville, was in
(Ireatly reduced prices at Great
Heu Store. lltf
A. few more croquet sets left, at
S uitli, Black & Co's. 14tl
--The river waa the highest Monday.
11 iVet and 4 inches.
Se grand advertisement of Great
lied Store. lltf
M. E. Sunday School Picnic at
Ilest'i's Picnic Gardens, Friday.
Manufacturing and repairing neat
and cheap. Peteu Mekoes. lOtf
Large line ef Hosts and Shoes,
cheap, at Great Bed Store. lltf
Work on the bridge has ieen (sus
pended till after the June rise.
Don't buy until you have priced
at the Great Bed Store. lltf
Waterman & Son's newly painted
lumber yard office looks very neat.
' Echo's" last letter w ill hay to
lie over until next week.
. Soldiers who have homesteaded less
than 100 acres write to W S. Wise, tf
Fresh fruits and vegetables re
ceived every day by Bennett & Lewis,
-The new buildings, so often men
tioned, are all rapidly nearing comple
tion. London Purple, sure death to po- .
tato bugs, for sale by Smith, Black &
-Prof. E. T. Simons, of Xeb. City,
is spending his vacation in Platts
mouth. Use Wine of the Woods for head
ache, dyspepsia, etc., at Smith, Black
A Co's. 14 tl
Wm. Westlake. an old subscriber
from W. W.. called on the Heuald
Everybody goes to the Great Bed
Store, where they are treated fair and
Buy your dried beef of Bennett &
Lewis, atul get it chipped on their Pat
ent Chipper. 14tf
We art pained to record the death
of Mr. and Mis. Shannon's baby on
Straighten your old boots and shoes
with Lyon's Patent Heel Stiffeners, and
wear them again. Ilt4
Remember, Smith, Black & Co.
keep the only first-class perfumery and
powders in town. 14tl
A number of our young people en
joyed a pleasant picnic out at Ile.'ser's,
Tuesday afternoon of this week.
Bennett & Lewis have the most
complete and the freshest stock of
Groceries in the cit5 14tf
Freddy Stadelmann. Wes. Baker
and Charlie Parmele went through to
Chicago last week, with stock.
Large stock of Candies and Fruits
of all kinds for the 4th of July trade,
at the P. O. News Depot. I4t2
Mrs. M. B. Murphy, we are glad to
learn, is improving so as to be able to
sit up, although still very weak.
Xo rest at F. S. White's, for they
are constantly busy tying up their ex
cellent line of Groceries, Dry Goods.
iV'C , &.C. 13t2
We shall Wold the paper for a few
hours this morning for the democrat
nominations, if not made before we
go to press.
Almost every village in Nebraska
has had a grand Garfield "rally" and
ratification meeting, if ne can believe
Ilodget & Piekins, two new Car
penters have made quite an artistic
entrance to their Shop, over the creek
on Pearl Street.
Clothing ! Clothing !! Clothing !!!
cheap ! cheap !! cheap !!! At the Great
Bed Store. Money positively refunded
if not satisfactory. lltf
How the Herald would be ap
preciated should we enlarge by put
ting in and doubling up all the patent
medicine cuts in the office.
The infant child of James Meis
ner and wife, died on Tuesday last.
The funeral was attended by many
mourning relatives am', friends.
Allen & Co.'s Richmond Gem, S3
cenis per J pound, and Ole Virginia.
13 cents per package, both curly cut,
the best and finest smoking tobaccos in
town, sold at J. Pepperberg's. 50tf
Prof. Albee, his son Frank and
Ben. Ward of Louisville were in town
Tuesday, and left orders at- this office
for tljeir 4th of July Posters.
The Commissioners are holding
their adjourned regular session.it ain't
that kind of a board, so none t.f them
had to attend the convention at Cincinnati."
Mrs. D. T. Iligginson, of Chicago, is
visiting ber old Plattsmouth home.
Mr. Stout, of the DeWitt "Free
Press," was in town with Mr. livers,
Mrs. Additon and son, of Abington,
Mass., stopped a few days in the city,
the first of the week, on their way to
Oregon, the guests of Mr. and Mis.
Mr. aud Mrs. F. S. White returned
home last Sunday morning. Mrs. W.,
who has been visiting her old home in
Indiana, reports her visit a very pleas
F. Dobney, an old subscriber to the
Herald called last week. He reports
crops at Weeping Water pretty good.
Rather diffeis with Aultman, Miller &
D. Woodard, Constable, Louisville,
called last week. Dave says If they
keep on shooting up there he'll hare
to get an assistant or two to take care
of all of 'em.
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Emmons, of Brook
lyn, Iowa, have besn visiting for the
past ten days in Plattsmouth with Mr.
and Mrs. Spuidock, Mrs. Emmons be
ing a sister of Mrs. Spurlock. Dr. Em
mons i3 looking for a location, and be
longs to the homoeopathic school of
Miss Carrie Bennett returned from
Omaha last Friday, accompanied by
Mrs. Bennett, who had gone up a day
or two previously to attend the Com
mencement exercises of Brownell Hall,
in which Miss Carrie took a prominent
part as one of the graduating class, de
livering the valedictory. Her subject
was "The Headlight," and if we may
judge from the reports of the city pa
pers, was well written and equally
well delivered. Miss May Dundy, who
visited here with Miss Bennett some
time ago, was also one of the graduat
ing class, which was composed of six
young ladies. Miss Bennett having
graduated, will now make her home in
Plattsmouth once more.
A Crisis in a Legislator':) Life..
Just as we were entering the Hard
ware store of Mr. Duke, the other day,
Charlie says :"Go into Smith & Black's
j there's been an accident up town and
Windham knows all about it; he'll
tell you. Eager for an item and inno
cent as a kitten we bulged into the
drug store with: "What's the mat,"
and there was Lawyer AVindham pass
ing round the cigars and we knew in
a "niinit" what was the matter.
It's a girl 9 pounds, born Friday
morning, and Mr. and Mr.'s W., Baby
and all have been holding a ratifica
tion meeting all the weeK.
Weeping Water, Louisville, Green
wood, South Bend, Eight Mil and
Three Groves will celebrate the 104h
Anniversary of our Independence.
E.R.Todd and W. C Showalter
have bought the fine block of lots west
of J. W. Barnes and are going to build
good houses to rent on the same. Suc
cess to their enterprise.
-4th of July Celebration at Platts
mouth, by J. P. Young, who has the
largest assortment of Fire Works,
Flags, Torpedos, Fire Crackers and
other 4th of July goods. 14t2
Under all the circumstances we
think Capt. Palmer ought to have giv
en A. B. Smith a little better chance
if he wanted to bet on 'lection, &c.
Three to one is big odds.
Our Congressman, Valentine, is
chain lightning on getting his bills
passed. He put one through in two
and a half hours, just before Congress
closed, and it was to secure honest pay
for laboring men, too.
John Cummins has ploughed and
sown the road side in the lane leading
to Lis house, and oh how nice it looks
beside the jirusou lined paths of some
of his neighbors. Then, vnce sodded,
it is always free from weeds.
Phil Harrison has a new patent
chicken incubator, and has raised about
one hundred and fifty chickens, sixty
eggs to a lick; any color and kind of
chicks you want, turkey eggs extra,
geese hatched out for nothing.
Henry Boeck and wife celebrated
the anniversary of their sixteenth
wedding day, on Saturday evening, too,
aud had a gay old time, considering
what an undertaking it was to get his
children and family all together.
Balloon ascension at the P. O.
News Depot, .at 9'oclock p. m., one of
the large Meteoric Balloons, displaying
Fire Works, &c, while ascending in
the air, the first one evtr displayed in
A school Picnic will be held next
Saturday at Walradt's grove. For ac
commodation of the sctiool, the Louis
ville Silver Cornet Band will furnish
them with music free of charge. Prof.
Albee, of course, is Leader and they
make good music, too.
An excursion of 2,000 people com
ing from Omaha to celebrate the 4th
at Plattsmouth, aud Phil Young will
supply all with "Ice cold Soda Water,
Sarsaparilla Beer and ginger ale,"
drawn from the new Soda Fountain
at the P. O. News Depot. 14t2
A party of the friends of Mr. aad
Mrs. James Pettee gave thca a pleas
ant and complete surprise last Satur
day night, upon the invitation of
Charles and Mamie Pettee, on the oc
casion of their 20th anniversary. This
being commonly called the china wed
ding, a number of very pretty and val-
uable articles of china r ere presented,
among them a tea-set of French Havi-
land ware, a set of decorated desert
plates aud fruit dish toniatch, a Japa
nese individual set, a toilet set, several
china cups of fiae ware, goblets, pickle
dibhes, vases, glass and china sets of
sugar bowl, creamer, &c, so many ar
ticles in fact, that space and memory :
fail us to enumerate them all. Mr. i
and Mrs. Pettee were so surprised and j
pleased that the whole evening hardly j
gave tbeta time to recover their equa
PLATTSMOUTH IS TO CELEBRATE
Saturday, July 3d, ISS0.
Through lack of space as well as
time we will not pretend to give min
utea of meeting held last night, but
merely the committees appointed that
they all turn out and be ready to re
port next Saturday evening:
Committee on Grounds Dr.R. R. LiviDCStOD
J. A. Connor. W. D. Jones.
The following from their respective Wards
were appointed to solicit subscriptions :
1st Ward J. A. MacMurpliy, James Grace.
2d Ward M. L. White. M. McElwain.
3d Ward Henry Waterman, 1. P. Uass.
4th Ward 1. ii. MuruUy. 1.. C. Stiles.
Executive Committee J. W. Johnson, Juo,
O'Kourke. J. A. Connor.
Committee on Speaker J. B. Strode, E. n.
Wooiey. j. v. wecKoacn.
Officers of the Dav President. D. II. Whel
er ; Marshal, J. W. Johnson :Ass't Marshals, K.
W. Hyers. J. C. Eikeuuary : Vice Pres'ts, Isaac
Wiles, Julius Pepperberg ; Treas., J. P. Young.
Committee on Music T. Marland. Jas. Pet
tee. J. N. W ise, Mrs. J. N. W ise, Mr. Walter J
White. II. Schulhof.
Cannonading II. W. Sage, Serg't Bradley, C.
I'ri?ra.inme Dr. 1. R. Livineston. Sam U
Chapman, M. A. llartigan, J. W. Jennings, J.
The following were appointed to consult with
Fire Department : Jas. urace.G. II. Thompson.
Committee to consult with Sunday School
Superintendents : J. B. Strode. 11. M. Bush
nell. T. Pollock. B. Spurlock. W.J.White, F.
order, Mrs. inonipitou.
Committee on Fireworks J. P. "Young, C. H
Smith, P. B. Murphy.
Dr. R. R. Livingston introduced the
Resolved, That this meeting request
the citizens, through the press, to dec
orato their business houses and places
of residence with flags, on streets
where the procession will move.
The Garfield and Arthur cuts, and
the Platform will appear next week.
"Not one American woman in
twenty-five can walk five miles," saya
an English physician. See here, Doc,
you just show an American woman a
street five miles long, with bonnet
stores every ten rods, and see if she
can't walk the whole distance.
Please bear in mind that we offer
our Meats at retail as follows:
Sugar Cured Hams ll'ic.
Choice Canrassed Shoulders 7!4o.
Sug&r Cured Breakfast Bacon .10 c.
All our meats are our own packing
and every piece guaranteed.
14tf E. G. Dovev & Son.
The new Fair Grounds are pro
gressing finely, the track is being grad
ed, the brush cleared out of the grove,
and the buildings will be put up as
soon a3 the money is .raised to pay
for the same. By the way there is a
6500 note on the grounds due July 6th
and the Stockholders should be get
ting ready for its payment.
In the bottom of the center wall
of the Herold block, lays the old Greg
ory safe, set in masonry, filled with
brick, in the center of which Mr. II
has placed a copy of Pagett & Stinch-
comb's History of Cass county. In the
course of ten or twelve generations
that history will possibly be found
and a record of our city and county in
1879, will be perused with pleasure
Guy Livingston and a son of Mr.
Woostfr, Billy (the pnyj and Friday
(the dog), were wading the Platte, that
is No. three was with No. one and two
on his back, and No .4 following in the
rear. Billy thought 'twonld be fun to
see the boys swim and dumped them;
Guy could swim, but the other boy
couldn't. Friday was called to his as
sistance, who swam to shore with the
boy hanging to his narrative.
The Board ot Trade meet to-night
and we understand there will be a
proposition brought before them to
aid or encourage the building of a Ho
tel in some way.
The Messrs. Heroldfoffer to change
their original programme and instead of
building two stores on the site of the
old Saunders House, they will run the
building up three stories, put in hea
vier walls and make a neat hotel with
fifty-seven rooms, if any aid is given
them by the town. They think S2.000
extra will do this and that the citi
zens ought to aid to that extent.
Every member of the Board of Trade
ought to be and mu3t be present, and
others interested in the welfare of the
town and owning property should give
attention to this matter. If the prop
erty owners hang back and the busi
ness men decline to interest themselves
now, we may wkistle for a Hotel here
for years to coma. Show yourselves
at the meeting to-night and be prepar
ed to put up or shut up about a Hotel.
To the Citizen's of the Couuty aud State.
I have now ready for market 100,000
White and Fire brick, which we will
sell at reasonable prices; parties wish
ing to build a fire-proof house, before
the comet comes down, call on J. T. A.
Hoover, Louisville, Nebraska. 14tf
Celebration at Louisville, July 3d.
Louisville will have a grand celebra
tion on the 3d of July, where they will
entertain the masses with good music
from the Louisville Silver Cornet
Band and the Louisville Choir. Speech
by J. E. Morrison, of Plattsmouth and
various other gentlemen of talent. A
grand-Ball in the evening by John Os
senkop and fun for everybody. All
Grand Celebration of the 4th at Weep
ing Water, on Monday, July 5th.
A general invitation is extended to
everybody by the citizens of Weeping
Water, to meet with them and cele
brate the 104th anniversary of our
Good speaking and good music have
The following gentlemen have been
appointed vice-presidents from the
Tipton, Judge Wolfe; Elrawood Da
id M'.'Caig; Greenwood. M. B. Cutler;
Salt Creek, Dr. Root; SoutlT Bend, Geo.
Matlison; Louisville, B. S. Ramsey;
Stove Creek, Silas Greenslate; Avoca,
E. Tromble; Mt. Pleasant, Jas. Hall;
Eight Mile Grove, J. F. Polk ; Liberty,
John Murfin; Rock Bluffs, Enos Berg
er; Plattsmouth Precinct, Jos. Gil
more; Plattsmouth City, Judge Sul
van. A grand display of fire works in the
Turn out everybody and have a good
time. Br Okdeb of Committee.
The .Melzger Case.
The case of the State of Nebraska
vs Gotlieb Metzger has engaged the
attention of several of our courts and
has we presume, attracted the atten
tieu of a goodly portion of the people
of the county, and as a large bill of
costs has been made, which either the
county or Mr. Metzger will have to pay
we will give a brief history of the case
Mr. Metzger was arrested upon the
complaint of Henry Hoffmeister
charged with wilfully and maliciously
stoning the house of Hoffmeister in
the village of Louisville, on or about
the 4th day of May.
This complaint was filed with Judge
Sullivan and a warrant issued. Metz
ger took a change f venue from Judgo
Sullivan's court, to Judge Vivian's
court; Judge Vivian dismissed the
case on the technical ground, that the
complaint did not specify the time pos
itively enough, because it contained
the words "or about."
Another complaint was immediately
written in the presence of Judge Viv
ian, and read in his hearing, but taken
before Judge Sullivan and filed. Im
mediately after and before J udge Sul
livau issued a warrant Metzger's At
torney filed a complaint against them
before Judge Vivian aud Metzger vol
untarily walked into court and plead
guilty, and the court fined bin one
Judge Sullivan also issued a war
rant en the complaint filed before him
and Metzger was arrested at Louis
ville and bronchi before Judge Sulli
van. Another change of vonue was
taken, the case going to Justice Arch
er at Rack Bluffs, this time.
On last Wednesday night M. A. llar
tigan appeared for Metzger and filed a
plea of former conviction. J. B. Strode
appearing for the prosecution, filed a
reply alleging that the former convic
viction was obtained by collusion and
fraud. After the case was argued, at
length by counsel, Justice Archer
overruled the plea of former convic
tion ; and Tuesday the case was tried
upon its merits and Mr. Metzger was
fined S28.00 and costs, and sentenced
to one day's imprisonment in the coun
ty jail. We understand Metzger has
As this case is one of those growing
out of the disturbances at Louisville,
which led to the fearful tragedy there
some three or four weeks ago, and as
a large bill of costs are being piled up
we have given a history of this case.
refraining from any comments as to
the merits or demerits of the same.
McCAKTY O'BRIEN At the Catholic church.
Plattsmouth, iNeb., Wednesday. .June ib.it&o,
by Kev. Father Lvnch, Mu. K. McCartv ami
Miss Mary O'Brien, all of Plattsmouth.
The happy couple entertained their friends
after the wedding in their own house, and the
Herald would like to give them more con
gratulations iX its columns were not already
BLACK At Plattsmouth, Neb , June 18th, lsso,
Stacev, infant son of Chas. E., and Cora M.
Black, aged two monthe and six days.
The funeral took place from the family resi
dence Saturday, at 2 p. in. Whooping Cough
was tUe djsease which so suddenly ended its
young life, and left its parent to mourn, ere
they scarcely realized that the fell destroyer,
Death, was near.
To the Farmers of Cass County.
We wish to call your attention to a
few figures on harness work. Ve will
Saddles for 3 00 and uo.
Riding Bridles 73 "
Fly Sheets 1 25
Sweat Pads 50
Curry Combs 25 "
Lap Dusters 40 "
Single Harness 9 50 "
And everything else iu proportion.
These are no sham figures, but real
prices. We have a very large stock on
hand, and feel that we must sell at
once. No man need go away because
of the prices of our goods.
14t2 Streioht & Miller.
Tho Baptist jociable at the resi
dence of Mr. C. E. Wescott, last Tues
day evening, was largely attended.
The evening was passed very pleas
antly by those who were resent, by
playing croquet, hearing tho paper read,
The Alderney bull, spoken of last
week, as belonging to Messrs. Wise and
Wright, has arrived, and is a beautiful
animal, dark bronze in color, sleek of
imb, aud bright of eye.
Alderney Bull "Wellington," No.
1907, dropped January 4th, 1878. Sire,
"Kentuck 2d," 758; grand sire-, "Ken-
tuck," 028. From Imported "Transit,
bred by II. t. Durand, Racine, Wis.
Those interested in improving their
cattle, should see this animal. Remem
ber it costs no mere to keep a cow that
will make 20 to 30 lbs of butter per
week, than one that makes 9 to 12 lbs.
and the grades are the best milkers in
Haunted 3Ze. .
Debt, poverty and suffering haunted
mo for years, caused by a sick family
and large bills for doctoring, which
did no good. I was completely discour
aged, until one year ago, by the advice
of my pastor, I procure i. Hop Bitters
ind commenced their use, and in one
month we were all well, and none of
us have been sick a day since; and I
want to say to all poor men, you can
keep your families well a year with
Hop Bitters for less than one doctor's
visit will cost. A Workingman.
Find Good Luck, Keno, Trotter and
Lorillard Tobaccos. Also a full line
of smokers' articles of every descrip
tion at SCIILEGKL & NlEMAX'S. 12tf
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in
Maiu street. Corner of Filth.
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - - NEB.
Still Better Rate3 for Lumber
JJIDCC Improved Koot Beer Park
niriLj ace. 23 Ct, Makes five gallons
of a delicious and sparkling beverage whole
some and temperate. Sold by dr aggists. or sent
by mail on rtceipt of 25 cts. Address, CHAS. K
If IKES. Manufacturer. 215 Market Street. Phil
adelphia, Pa. 5ot2
The Herald. Detroit. Mich., says of Warner's
Safe Liver and Kidney Cure : "Its eftleaev in
kidney, liver and urinary diseases is so fully
acknowledged that it Is not worth the miestiou
ing iiona fide testimonials from well-known
cit izens in public and private life are evidences
strong enough to convince the most stubborn
DOWN THE COME.
Read and See.
Women's Cloth Shoes
" " Button Shoes
" Fine Leather " "
. . . .65c.
. 1 25.
. 1 25.
Misses' Leather Shoes 75.
Youths' Genuine Calf 1 25.
Others in proportion. Call and ex
amine, no charge for showing them.
lOtf Peter Merges.
A Household eI.
A book on the Liver, its diseases and thetr
treatmeut, sent free. Including treatises upon
Liver Complaints, Torpid Liver. Jaundice, liili
ousnese. Headache. Constipation, Dyspepsia.
Malaria, rtc. Address Dr. SAJf KORn, 162 Broad
way, New York City. X. Y. Ilt4
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Schlegel & Niemann's,
opposite P. 0. 7tr
A new Hotel, with 17 rooms and
cellar. Enquire of
4tf F. R. Guthmax.
Money to Loan.
On good farm property on longtime
Apply to J. W. Jexxinos,
Now open with new, cheap and
good Boots aud Shoes, next door to
Post Office. lOtf
It lias no l'olitical Klsrnifloanee ;
But for curing all Summer derange
ments of the stomach and bowels,
Brown's Blackberry and Ginger
has no equal. No family is safe with
out it. For sale every where. 50 cents
A CI K.VIC 1'OLITICAL, IIEAI
May be secured, and constipation and
biliousness cured, oy using Brown's
Liver Pills. All dealers keep them
FOK Tilt: BLOOU AM I.IYJEK
Use Compound Extract of Sarsa
parilla and Dandelion with Io
dide of Potassium.
Cures Indigestion, Sour Stomach and
Dyspepsia. A new and reliable lerae
dy. Price 50 cents per bottle. Above
for sale by J. II.Buttery.Smith & Black
and O. F. Johnson. Plattsmouth, and
John Painter and Eledge & Co., East
Bncklen's Arnica Salre.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions
1 his balve is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction in every case or mon
ey refunded. Price 25 cents per box
For sale by Smith & Black, Wholesale
and Retail, riattsmouth. Neb. 241y.
Free of Cost.
The most wondeiful remedv of the
acre is now maced witinn tne reacn or
all. Be he rich or be he poor," it costs
nothing to give this great remedy a
trial, jjr. king s California uol
den Compound, for Dyspepsia, Sick
nlfxi.m. Gpnfrnl Dthilirv
Inactivity and Drowsiness, Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice and Billiousness for
which it is a certain and speedy cure.
n nprson should be without it. In
ordei to prove that it will do all that
we claim for it you are given a trial
hot tlr free of cost, which will ronvinop
you of its truly wonderful merits, and
show you that you what a regular one
dollar size bottle will do. For sale by
Smith & Black. Wholesale and-Retail,
Plattsmwuth, Neb. 29e6wly.
We Challenge the World.
Wlipii we nv wb believe. w Iiavp
eviilenoe to iiriivn that Shiloh's Con
sumption Cure is decidedly the "best
Lung Medicine made, inasmuch as
it will cure a common or Chronic
Cough in one half the time and re
lieve Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping
Cough, Croup, and show more cases of
Consumntion cured than all others.
It will cure where they fail, it is pleas
ant to take, harmless to the youngest
child, and we guarantee what we say.
Price 10 cents, 50 cents, and $1.00 If
vour Lunus are sore. Chest or Back
lame, use Shileh's Parous Plaster. Sold
by smitli mack.
Do you Believe it.
That in this twn there are scores
of persons passing our store every day
whose lives are made miserable by In
digestion, Dyspepsia, Sour and distress
ed Stomach, Liver Complaint Consti
pation, when for 75 cts. we will sell
them Shiloh's Vitalizer, guaranteed to
cure them. Swld by Smith fc Black.Tjj
We have a speedy and positive Cure
for Catarrh, Diphtheria. Canker mouth,
md Head Ache, in SHILOH'S CA
TARRH REMEDY. A nasal Injector
free with each Dottle. Use it if you
desire health, and sweet breath. Price
25 cts. Seld by Smith & Black.4eowtf
Tlilrtv of the let orean matters of the
World are conmetitors at the Paris Exposition.
a cable dispatch to the Associated Prens says'
two highest cold medals have been awarded to
the American makers. Mason & Hamlin.
We will pay Agenuneauiry ol tluO per mouth
ftni ipnes, or nTlowm lrg comrniMion, to sell our
nw fcad wonderful inrantic.ni. We won vat wmw.
tuuniil AAdimm iiuuui & Co. Marshall, id ion.
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 anvavs
tin band, at prices to suit the times.
42tf Julius Pepperberg.
Physicians freely prescribe the new Food
Medicine. "Malt Bitters," because more uour
ifhinsr. etrenirtlieiiiinr aud nurifvuie than ali
other forms of uialt or medicine, while free
from the objections urged against malt liquors.
Hew to Slake Soap for a Cent a Pound.
Stntve into small pieces five bars of Dobbins'
Electric Soap, and boii in three quarts of wter
uutil the soap U thoroughly dissolved, so that
upon tt rain lug through a sieve nothing re
mains ; add to the solution or "suds" three
gallons of cold water ; etir briskly for several
minutes to mix. and set it away to cool. Al
though it will look like nothiuj: but soapsuds
while warm, a chemical reaction will take place
and iu twenty-four hours' time will develop
forty or fifty pounds fif maiiniueent and white
soft soap, costing le-8 than one cent a pound,
and as good as many oi the adulterated com
pounds called soap, and oId at 7 to 10 cents a
pound. How long would it take for any other
soap used the same to become anythiug but
eoap-uds?". Acy housewife knows that it
cannot be done with any soap she has ever lin
ed. See tf it can be done with Dobbins' Elec
tric. Foi sale by all grocers.
Kki Bros., Sole, Agents,
4-eowly 'Weeping Water, Neb.
iieauacne, i,ow spirits, Ljoss oi Appe,
tite. Sour Stomach, Coming up of Food,
VfilTow dinmlpxi.tii- Gpnfrnl T)thilitv-
GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Weduesday, June 23 1880.
Wheat. No.2.. Cm 70
Corn, ear 20
" shelled 21
Native Cattle 3 50J5.4 00
Horj. (Tt.3 30
nutter da 15
New 1 60
NEW YORK MARKETS.
New York, June 23, isso.
Monev $1 oaSSt OX
Uheat $ 1 21
i.'oru no?ia 514
CHIC AU MARKETS.
Chicago. June 23. lsso.
Flour S dull
Oats .. -Mi
Hops, c'.ii pning $4 3otf??4 40
Cattle. 4 KVm 4 SO
Sheep 3 50ua 4 20
Fresh Lime by the peck, bushel, or
wagon load can be had at the Kiln,
near west end of the bridge. Lime al
ways on hand and of superior quality.
Inquire of Mickelwait & Sharp,
- 7tf . on premises.
.Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass county, will be at the
following times ana 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
Lnnisvillft 1st. "Prirl.iv nnrl sat.iird.iv 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
tificates from other Counties will be
E. II. WOOLET,
Taken up by the subscriber, on Sec. 3. T. lo,
R. 13. Caes County, Nebraska. May 8th, mo,
one spotted sow, and two burrow one spot
ted, and one mostly black : crop off of right
ear, and Hole in lett ear. Hie owner can nave
the same by proving property and paying
diaries, unuer tne law.
llto J. F, BUCK.
In the matter of the Estate cf James O'Neil,
Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against tne estate oi James u .en, ne
ceased, to file the same on or before the 30th
day of December, A. D, 1880, in the office of the
County Judge, at Plattsmouth, Cans CoHuty,
Nebnrka. A. N. SULLIVAN. Co. Judge.
Plattsmouth, June 23d, 1880. I4t3
In the matter of the Estate of H. E. Ellison,
deceased. In the County Court of Cas Co.,
Notice i hereby given that Anne P. Ellison,
administratrix of the evtate of the said II. E.
Ellison, deceased, has made application for
final settlement, and that aid cause is set lor
hearing jt my office, at Plattsmouth, on the
16th day of July, A. D. 1880. at one o'clock p.
m.. on said day ; at which time and place all
persons interested may be present and exam
ine said accounts.
A. N. SULLIVAN. Countv Judge.
Plattsmouth, June 23d, 1880. 14t3
In District Court, Second Judicial District
Nebiaska, within and for Cass County,
n. A. Waterman & Son")
Isaac N. Darnell. T. P. Y
Mullir.ix, and Mrs.
To T. P. Mullinix and Mrs. Wilcox, part
ners m Plattsmouth Steam Ferry Company,
non-residents, defendants,: You and each of
you are hereby notified that H. A. Waterman
& son. a firm composed of Hiram A. W aterman
and John Waterman, of Plattsmouth, Nebras
ka, on the 7th dav of January, 1880, filed their
netition in the otfice of the Clerk of the Dis
trict Court, within and for Cass County, Ne
braska, the object and prayer of which is to
obtain a Judgment of said Court against said
Isaac N. Darnell; T. P. Mullinix and Mrs.
Wilcex. aud in favor of said H. A. Waterman
& Son, on a certain due bill, executed and de
livered by said Plattsmouth Steam Ferry Com
pany, dated Platumouth, Neb., July 23d, 187U.
for the sum of three hundred aud twelve dol
lars, with interest thereon ; that the said plain
tiff did on the 7th dav f January, 1880, oause
to be isued by the Clerk of said Court an Or
dir of attachment and Garnishment, and did
cause R. D. Morgan to be ganiisheed for the
full amount of tueir eaid claim, for the purpose
ot having him pay iuto sai t Court ihe full
amount of said indebtedness.
And the said T. P. AiUlliuix and Mrs. W il
cox are notified that they are required to ap
pear and answer said petition on or before the
third Monday after the 15th day of July. 1880,
or judgment will be rendered against them.
By Sam M. Chapman, their Atty. I4t3
In District Court. Second Judicial District of
Nebraska, within and for Cass County. -II.
A. Waterman & Son, 1
F. M. Dorringtoa and J"
Maria C. Dorrington. j
F. M. Dorrineton and Maria C. Dorrineton.
nou residents, defendants, will take notice that
II. A. Waterman & Son, a firm composed of
Hiram A. Waterman and John Waterman, of
the County of Cass, in the State of Nebraska,
did on the 25th day. of March, 1880. file their
petition in the District Court of the Secoad Ju
dicial District of the State of Nebraska, within
and for Cass County, against the said F, M.
Dorrington and his wife. Maria C. Dorrington,
defendants, setting forth that on the 16th day
of February. 1878. said defendants were indebt
ed to the said plaintiffs in sum of one hundred
and ninety-three aud 16-100 dollars ($19,110) for
goods, wares, merchandise, building material,
etc., sold and delivered by said plaintiffs to the
said defendant t their special instance and
reuuest. and praying judgment against (aid
defendants for the sum of one hundred and
ninety-three and Jri-ioo dollars, with interest
did on the 25tL day of March, 1880, cause to be
issued by the Clerk of said Court au Order of
Attachment, and did cause the following prop
erty of the defendants to be attached, to-wit :
Lots eleven and twelve (11 & 12), iu block sixty
two (62). iu the City of Plaltsmouth, Cass Co..
Nebraska, for the purpose of having the same
sold to pay said indebtedness.
Aud tne said t . m. uorrington and Maria C.
Dorrington are notified that they are required
to appear aud answer said petition on or be
fore the third Monday after the 15th dav of
July, A. D. 18S0, or judgment w ill be rendered
against inem. it. a. v ailkmam & SO.N.
tsy sam ju. chapman, tueir Att'y. I4t5
To all whom it may concern :
The section liuf road, petitioned for by E. A.
Sprague, et al., commencing at the North East
corner of section No. six (6;, township eleven
(11), range eleven (11). running thence South
on section line, ana terminating at Soutli fc-ast
corner of section eighteen (18). towusliin eleven
(11), range eleven Ui. has been declared by the
lioani oi v ouiity commissioner an open load ;
and ail objections thereto, or claims for dam
ages, nius't be filed in the County Clerk's office
on or before noon on the 17th day of August,
A. D. 1880, or such road will be opened without
reference thereto. J. D. 1 CTT.
13t5 Couutj Clerk.
In the District Court of Cass County, Second
judicial District ot enrasKa.
Seth E. Ward, plaintiff,
Walter B Beebe. defendant
To Walter U. Beebe. the above named de
fendant : You are hereby notified that the
above named plaintiff, Seth E. Ward, did on
the 24th day of May, A. D. 1880, file iu the above
named Court a petition against you. setting
forth that he is tne owner of and holds the le
gal title to the following described land and
premises, situated iu Cass County, in the State
of Nebraska, to-wit : The East half (e"j) of the
Soutn west fiuarter tewfe), and tne West half
iw'i) of the South Kast juarter(se?)of st-cilon
eigiiieeu i is;, in tow Usui p net en (i i j, .orin
range tourteen (14). fcast oi the sixtn (tn u) Prin
cipal Meridian : aud the general object ami
prayer of said petitiou is to have three several
Tre:iurer's tax deeds, made for said premises
by the several Treasurers of Ca Couuty, Ne
braska, set aside, cancelled and declared void,
and that the sale of said premises for pretend
ed taxs for the year 1868 be declared void, and
that the pretended taxes on said land for the
years is'.S, 1870. 1871, 1872, 1873. 1374. 1875 and
I87t be dec-lured void, aud that tbe Court shall
declare that t lie same were paid by you and
those under whom you claim, without any riKht
or authority to make such payments, and that
you acquired no lien on said land by reason of
such payment, aud for general and equitable
relief. Von are further notified that you are re
quired to plead answer or demur to said peti
tiou on or before the .'Jill day of July, A. D.
1880, or the saino will be takeu as confessed by
you aad decree rendered accordingly.
By Co'vexx & Raxsox, Lis Attys.
SE.U1 X WA&O
BENNETT & LEWIS,
Staple & Fancy Grocers,
IPiPTinflit lI)eanMo I
Lower Main St., 1 door west of U. Boeck's Furniture Establishment.
We Iiave isi Stoclt and expect
to carry, a complete line of
Staple Fancy Groceries !
WHICH WE WILL SELL
AT 3BESU-IS.OCiS PRICES
IFor (DiCLSM C&Eily !
11 ii 1 1 ii 1 1 n
USeceived daily by express.
OUH STOCK OF TEAS,
Is tho FINEST IN THE GITY,
Call and See Us.
Is Leased to
With their immense, stock of
(Coiasistiiag of all IPriccs5
Styles sS; UDesiias.
MAIN STREET, PLATTSMOUTH NEB.
W. M. IFBADIEIffi & DD.
Are now located in their
LARGE NEW ROOM!
One door west of their old ctand, an-s arc prepared to show you tho
Best Variety and Lowest Prices!
Staple aaid IFancy jttry Crooals9
la ouoias; JLaiies5 agents'
HATS &d CAPS,
IT AILS, TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY,
lOrled and Canned IFruitsI
Groceries, Flour and Provisions.
EVERYTHING WARRANTED FIRST-CLASS I
ALL OIsT OICTIE FLOOR.
In the matter of the Estate of Sanford Potten
Notice is hereby given, to all persons having
claims against the Ktateof Sanford I'ottetiger,
deceased, to file the same on or before the 16th
day of December, A. D. 1, in the Office of the
County Judge. at riattsnmitb. Cass Co., Ne
braska. A. '. Sullivan,
Plattsmouth, June 8th, 1880. i2t3
In the matter of the Estate of Henry Amison,
deceased. In the County Court of Cass Co.,
Notice is hereby given that E. G. Dovev, ad
ministrator of tbe estate of the said fleiiry
Auiison. deceased, has made application for
final settlement, and that said cause is set for
healing at my office at I'lattsuiuuiii, on the 8th
day of July. A. D. 1H8T, at 1 o'clock p. in., on
said day : at which time and place all persons
interested may be present aud examine said
accounts. A. N. SULLIVAN.
Plattsmouth, June 8th, 1880. l-'i3
In the County Court of Cass County, Nebraska,
Edward G. Dovey and George Dovey,
composing the firm of E. G. Dovey
& Son, plaintiffs,
Calvin P. Moore and Armilda A.
Calvin P. Moore, of the State of Colorado,
wili take notice that the plaintiffs herein did
onttiestnday of May 1840, tile their petition
in the County Court of Cass County, Nebraska,
agaiust you, the said Calvin P. Moore, and Ar
milda A. Moore, praying judgment against you
fertile sum of two bundled and thirteen do.
lars and seventeen cents t2i.X17). balance due
on account and for costs ol suit. The said Cal
vin P. Moore is hereby notified that he is re
quired lo appear and answer said petition on
or before the 5th day ol July. lfo. or the same
will be taken as truf, and judgment be rcuder-
d against rou bv default.
E. ;. DOVEY & SON.
By H. B. Windham, their Att'y. iot-5
To the non-resident owner of the following
described real estate, situated in the County ol
Cahs. and State of Nebraska, to-wit : Lot twelve
(W). block one hundred d sixty-ibree (163),
in ihe city of 11 j.'.t::.' !; You arc hereby 110-tifl.-d
:h.:l tLc jhc c s; r; jed real estate was
on tr.o jui ;.v ci J-.VT.ci-i r, 1874, sold to Cass
Coo'.'y, Xe.riwl.M. 'It r t"-: taxes of 1873, and
lh:: on the duy M uch. I880. the said
Cuutv soid and '.:i:i.-!V: ri all its ri'ht and
tit!? iu s-iiu lot to i'. J. Todd, aud unless the
k is r.'dc.en.t;'! fr-Jin s.:ch sale on or before
the lltU day of November, lSo. a tax deed will
be issued, idr said real eeute to T. JiT','l
Taken up by the subscriber. living one mile
north of Grand Prairie School House, in Center
Precinct. Cass County. Neb., one yearling liorsa
colt, mouse color, very small star in forehead,
little white on right bind loot. Said animal
was taken up June 1st, lsno The owner is re
quested to claim property, pay charges and
take said animal away. N. J. CALKINS.
Louisville, Neb., June 4th. 1880. J 2t4
In the matter of the Estate of William Deles
Dernier, deceased. In the Couuty Court ol
Cass County, Nebraska.
Upon reading and filing the duly verified pe
tition of Sarah DelesDernier, praying that ad
ministration of the estate of William DelesDer
nier, deceased, be granted to herself and Wil
liam DclesUeriiier. Jr. : Ordered that notice of
the pendency of said cause be published In the
Nebraska Hkkald. a weekly newspaper, print
ed. publiMiied, aud in general circulation in
said County, for three consecutive weeks, and
that the hearing of said cause be st for the
tli dav of July, A. D. lsso, at 2 o'clock p. in., at
the ollice of the County Judge, at Plattsmouth.
at which time aud place all persons interested
may appear and show cause, if any they have,
why administration of said estate should not
be granted to the said Sarah DelcsDeruier and
William DelcsDernier, Jr., according to tho
prayer of said petition.
A. N. SUlLIVAN, County Judge.
Plattsmouth, June loth, Ihso. - 1313
In the District Court of Cass County. Second
Judicial District of the State of Nebraska.
Clementine E. Sweet, plaintiff, 1
Sclden N. Merriam, defendant. J
To Selden N. Merriam, the above named de
fendant : You are hereby notified that Clem
entine E. Sweet, the above named plaintiff, did
on the 24th day of May. A. D. 1480. file In the
above named Court a petition against you, set
ting torili that she is the owner of and holds
!: .cal iille to the f Mowing described land
.11.11 -rr. .i.isvs. ituated in l ass County, Nebras-.-:..
ii- 1 1 : Ihe Noith West quarter (nwK,) of
neiii.-i, iivciity-two 2j. iu township ten (10).
Norm of ran ge twelve (1). East of the sixth
(Gtii) Principal Meridiau ; and the general ob
ject aud prayer of said Clementine K. Sweet's
petition, filed as aforesaid in said Court, Is to
Lave three several 'treasurer's tax deeds, made
by tbe several Treaeureis of Cass County, Ne
braska, to you for said premises, be set aside,
cancelled and declared void by decree of said
Court, and that the ale of said premises for
ii.e preU nded lax.- tor tue year I8"u be de
clared void, aud that the pr tended taxes for
I he year 1S7", 171. 1S72. 173, 1874. 1875 and 187
paid by you. be declared void, and declared to
be no lieu on said premises, and for general and
eoultalili: relief. You are notified that you are
required ti plead, answer or demur td plalu
tin's said petitiou on or before the lith day of
Julv, A D. lso, or the same will be taken as
confessed by you, and decree reudered accord
ingly. CLEMENTINE JS. SWEiiT.
By Cv'ELL & EA80il, UCf Atfj lots
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