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i v.n r.tMois his paper dlscontln-
arrearages, ortne puiijisn-
sinri It mini payment is
,.".-: whole amount, whetber
-r is t i.i'.ii from the omce or not.
t- i 1 have decided that refusing to
. . is ami periodicals from the post
n - I '. in" iinA leaving them uncalled
i;id ic evidence of ixXENTtOJf AL
- Vv"c'ini'.ii;:'.y evening,
-iMa.no Stools .it Jos. Schl.iter's. tf
- S ;o W. H. 15?.!v0r & Co.6 new Ad.
Will. S. W'Uu sells Ileal Estate, tf
- I'iira honey at Uonnctt & Lewis.
At Fitzgerald Hall at 3 o'clock.
--.letviuir horses trained far the
Thuis-ton next Wednesday (the
W'ednosday evening lie-
.--f "rami advertisement of Great
- i 'lis weather is not very line for
tin ij'atc Fair.
The farmers are all busy making
l.i.o. inoenlight nights are immense
for !i itry riding:
- !'!. lest htling clothing m the
land at Weseott's.
Ireat lied Store reduced Price
Herrmann went to Omaha
T nesdnT night and
prices at Great
- 1 ;.;.; Oghta we.- sihove t lie average
I ver iiudy is
Fair ti.i.i "vtek.
to Hip State
(.'ninut-i t ies just received by
-I.om;; out fer Unihman & Week
hadi's new ad next week.
Cash jinid for InUici
F.eniiett i; Lewis.
Look at the beautiful new neck
wear at We.scott's.
-Mann factum ing and Ili.airing ;
21c rgc-' jshoe S.iv. -lf
Don't b.iy until you have,
a: the Great Fed Store.
--The Fhitlsmouth G. & A. Glee
Flub, Wednesday evening.
Larg lino of Fonts and Shoes,
cheap, at i i eat lied Store. lltf
Humors of several wedding, in
town very shortly fill the r.ir.
Mr. Hamblin of the 13. &, M. was
in town the first of the week.
Soldiers who have homesteaded less
than ICO acres write to W S. Wise, tf
Where is that sidewalk we were
to have on Main, from Cth to 7th Sts.
Srr.oke 'Tbil's Darling 5 ct. cigar"
for sale only at the F. O. Netvs Depot.l
Tha Herald is printing several
line Jsbs for A. L. Marshall of W. V,.
You will always find Pepnerberg's
ir. est popular Cigars .it II. Hones, tf
A new assortment of zephyrrs corn
in; at Misses Herrmann Sc V.'uil's.TtO
Fres!i fruits and vegetables re
ceived everv day lv Hennett & Lewis.
George Dovey will be home with
a large s'oek in a few days, leok out
Hverybody goes to the Great Hed
Store, v, lier- they are treated fair and
siK.tre. . ' lltf
Tli-2 gr.iding at th9 west end of
i ri.tge i.i rapid iy getting unler
nrHeld is digging ou the
Gorder and riartinsn's
--Phil Young's latest
ll ii s is "Phil's Darling."
brand f Ci
-Our city fathers iiave assed an
ordinance lo di up tho sidewalks all
--The walls to the Ilerol I building
to tin. ir new building arc slowly
want 1000 dozen
ne t - Le
wi;i psr casn or gocus.
John Duke reecivsd a large
voice of stoves, and other goods in
his : Heroh.l is going to niova into
ono oM.ij r.ew.rtoie rooms as soon as
thv are ready.
Bay your groceries of an exclusive
Gio.-ery lloue. Bennett & Lewis'car-
ry a omplete stoek.
-Kc-ihy Fox is li iving delivery for
P. S. White ;:i 1 they do say lie makes
a good clerk.
The moil comfortable boot in
tova is that with Lyon's Patent Met
allic Heel Sliflvners. 21t4
Frank Maldauer was in town over
Sii". lay, there must be some attraction
in Platts mouth for Frank.
Xot the Largest Stock, but the
freshest and purest candies in town,
at John Loach's stand. 2otf
Mr. Paul llawlins has gone to Grand,
Island to tako charge of a htel there
Miss Xellie Short and Miss Katie
Johnson returned to Plattsmcuth last
Mr. Kirkhani, our ld friend, called
in Saturday, to help us ut on funds
Geo. Shrader, the primeval green
back man cana to see the Herald
Capt. O'Houike is out again, locks
pretiy thin though, we could get awav
wit'n him now.
Mies May Kennedy returned from
the west last week where she has been
visiting her brother for some time.
Capt. Palmer was made one of the
Executive cammittoe of the North
western Underwriter's Association
and he'll execute, too.
Master Horatie Davey has gne to
XcbiHska College, also A. T)rrington
Three PlaLismouth bars at Nebraska
College and feur er five at the Uni
C. TV. Green, our carpenter fiiend
gees to Omaha to live. We are scrry
to lose Mr. Green, as a citizen, but
hope he may prosper sufficiently in his
new heme that he vnav never regret
"Wave" Allen, tha greenback, hero
of Ciscadc Mills on the classic Miane
boohoo, called to see us Monday
Wave is in Lancaster county now
and we are sarry to relate far on the
way to the Insane Asylum that is
if you go to the Asylum from Lincoln
you pass Wave's Mill.
The IIftx ,,:'3 staunch friend Mr
Edwin Jea.-y who loft some time since
for a visit to his native country, En
gland, sends us a letter this wek de
tailing his visit to our capit:.! cityt
Washington, which will appear next
week. He promises another contain
ing netes of his ocean trip.
Mr. II. O. Fellows left us this week
Monday to take change of the Sheri
dan Post, in Nemaha County. Sheri
dan is a small but thriving town in
the centre of the county, through
which the B. & M. are suppesed to be
directing a branch railroad from Bed
Cloud to cross the Mo. Hiver at Nema
ha city, all f which indicates a pros
perous future for the little berg. We
bopo tho Slrtfiidan Post and its new
editor may share in the prosperity of
the town and achieve a fortune, and
that's a good deal lo wish for an ed
itor. You need not neglect your busi
ness when treubled with a cough or
cold, if you only use a reliable remvdy
at once. J )r. Bull s Ccugh Syrup is the
best remedy we know of. Price only
Take a look through our immense
stock and see the "teat variety of
;neds we keep and how low we can
sell them. W. II. Rakku & Co. 1
Golding's new slorj building is
begining to loom up. '
The G. & A. club out the 21th
Give Thurston a rouser.
-Cass Comity Fair Cth, 7th, and 8th
of October. Everybody come."
A large herd of Texas p&nies carno
into town Monday, and a portion of
then were sold here.
It is whispered around that one
of our young men has gone east to get
married, how is that?
The sidewalk in front of Solomon
& Nathan's is completely filled with
new goods nowadays.
Full line of State Journal and
Omaha Hppublicaa Legal Blanks at
the P. O. News Depot. 1
Gill Hobbs is painting Mr. Stad
elmann's house, which will be ready to
occupy in a short time.
Full lines of linen suits are being
sold very cheap at Fred. He rrmanu's
Call before they are gone. IStf
That double bass of Browne's is
a terror, he has to have a step ladder
lo stand on when scraping it.
On kid, buck and driving gloves
we areixed and can furnish tho best
at low prices. C. E. Wescott.
Several loads of Good Templars
arc going out to Concord Lodge next
Saturday evening, to visit that lodge.
John White is in town once more
Wp heard he wns traveling with Bar
n u ms circus, but it must be a mistake
If you want nice, light bread or
biscuits, white as snow, buy the 'Snow
Flake' flour at Bennett & Lewis'. 22tt
Capt. Palmer seat his Jersey cow
and calf to tho State Fair. His Jere;y
calf is a fine ne and he calls him Gar
field. Mr. G. W. Adams is putting up
largo house on his farm east of Weep
ing Water, and otherwise improving
The transfer boats left Tuesday.
The President for Sioux City for -work
there and the Vice President to St.
Louis for repairs.
Clothing! Clothing!! Clotbin !?t
cheap ! cheap !! cheap !!! At the Great
Led btorr. Money positively refunded
if not satisfactory. lltl
Some ono should build a side
walk en Pearl Street, from 6th t 7th,
it is very disagreeable there during
this muddy wa.the;
Ask your friends and neighbors to
take the Herald during tha campaign
they can have it tintil the l'Jth of Feb
ruary for only fifty caats.
The biggest, best and cheapest
stock of canned goods in the city you
will find at Bennett & Lewis".
Misses Herrmann & Wurl have
just received a large assortment of
Deniorests Patterns. New pattern
skets. Sec. Call and inspect the m.27 2
Br. Schildknecht has moved his
office up into tho front room over
Smith, Black & Co's. store where his
many friends and patrons can find
Additional locals on second page,
Phil Young has toe solo ialo of
the Patent Corn Husk Mouth piece
cigaretts, try them they are boss. 1
Go to Solomen & Nathan's and
ask for their special brand of prints,
tho best going, twenty yards for $1.00,
A.L. Marshall's circulating Li
brary of W. W. will be in running or
der en Monday Sept. 27th. See cata
logues for terms and rules. 27t2
Dal Jones is clerking for Phil
Young in the place of Frank Green,
who has gono to Omaha with his pa
Don't go by Solomon & Nathan's
until you have seen their immense
stock of goods. Cheaper than the
-By appointment of the State Central
Committee Jno. M. Thurston speaks
hero next week, Wednesday, and we
waut to turn out.
Ail kind of school supplies (except
school books,) can be had of A. L,
Marshal, bookseller, newsdealer and
stationer, W. W. Neb. 27t2
Bleached rnunlins fifteen yards fcr
one dollar at Solomon & Nathan's, ex
amine and get prices before purchas
ing elsewheie. 1
Major OTiourke'is making a wed
ding suit for oue of Plattsmonth's cit
izens, who it going to Lincoln to be
married to-day. Who is it?
A. L. Marshall of W. W. intends
making a specialty of the news and
stationary trade, has a choice assort
ment now on, hand and still adding
How Jonathan Wisa and Dr,
YYintersteen can sit and listen to
square balderdash from a half crazy
old preacher passes our Comprehen
Y'ou can get Violins. Guitars, Ac-
cordeons, 1- lutes, Fifes, Harmonicas,
lolin and Guitar stnags, Violin bows,
and ether musical merchandico at the
O. Nows Depot. 1
Mr Nathan got back yesterday
from the east aod looked so fine we
hardly knew him. ITo says Jook out
for the goods which aro coming after
The Plattsmouth Glee Clue were
entertained by Mrs. J. N. Wise on last
Thursday ovening, and report a very
pleasant time. The Gite Club is a cred
it lo Plattsmouth.
Sanford's Ink is the best in the
market and is sold only by Smith,
Black & Co. who havo it all the dif
ferent colors, aho an ink made espec-
tlh for banding use. 27t2
It is nearing the time when staves
have lo bo put up, and men don't have
a minute's time to spare at h me. If
anything is said about stoves, they
have urgent business down town.
-Phil Young is always getting nov
elties, one f his laUst is Corn Husk
mouthpieces to Cigaretts; and they
are just "jam up," too; don't kurt the
teeth or brcafc as the giass ones diaL
A. L. Marshall of W. W. has just
received a choice selection of good
standard literature, 181 volumes bound
in cloth just to start his Circulating
Library with. New books will be ad
ed from time to time. 27t2
-Dr. Manfefelde, cf Ashland, suffer
ed a very severe fracture of the leg
and foot last Thursday, which Dr. Liv
ingston was called upon to treat, going
out by buggy Thursday evening, and
returning on the early train Friday.
-C. E. Wescott has taken the par
tition out of his store loom, which is I
filled with an immense fall and winter
sleek of clothing, gents furnishing
goods. &c, and is ready to supply any
gent with anything ho needs iu his
Charle3 Wilcox goes back to Ohio
this week to go to work at his old bus
iness, and Mr. Dyke takes his place be
hind Phil Y'onug's counters. Charlie's
hosts of friends Ln Plattsmouth will
miss him much, but with him good
luck in the future.
The district for the first ward
school by action of tho board is en
larged so as to include all that part of
the city north of Pearl St. and east of
seventh St. Scholars belonging in tha
first and second primary department
residing vyithin said limits will attend
school in tho first ward nuilding un
less otherwise arranged.
Gen. Geo. S. Smith spoke to a large
and enthusiastic audience at Ashland,
last Friday night. A Glee Club has
been organized thero also, which gave
them soma fins music. The Garfield
and Arthur club there has T. B. Wil
son for president, and he is a host iu
Onr New Councilman.
A special election for cuncilman to
lilt the vacancy caused by tho death of
E. S. Sharp, was held in tha 4th ward
last Friday. A light vote was polled
as there was no contest, and resulted
in the election of Mr. Chas. Dawson,
an excellent choice.
A NEW CLOTHING HOUSE.
Gao Price to a'l.
Oipa Saxt Wee::.
This firm is one branch of a large firm
having seven stores -in towns a fol
lows: Schlessiner & Co. Iadianola Iotra;
Schlessingar & Co in Hampton, la. The
same firm in Owatownna, Minn. The
same firm in Albert Lea, Minn, and
Greenbauirt; Schlessinger & Co.. Stan
ben y, Mo, and this the last branch
under the supervision of S. & C. Mey
er. Their gaods are bought in 2few
York, from first hands only and prices
that defy any and all competition.
They -will for the present occupy the
store two doors east of Gulhman &
WeckBaek on the sonth side of Main
street, formerly occupied by the restau
rant; and they will be open next week.
They expect to occupy the store now
occupied by Mr- Frank Carruth, as
soon a3 he moves into his new build
ing. S. & u. Meyer.
r.EOWN STEVEXSIn Weepies Watr. Cans
ouiity, Nebraska, September 18th. is. by
l.'ev. 1. S. Matter. Mu. Levi K. Urown ami
Mish Kohklla Stevens, both of Weeping
Vf atr. Cass County. 'ebr:iskJi.
BAUfJER. At Union, Cas Co.. feb.. Sunday.
srt in. At lit :sa a. m. M. Locika. th
flau-httr of Rev. and Mrs. W.J. Career, f
Oukdale, Autelone to.. Neb., aged 5 years.
Mr. Riuger and lamily came U their old heme
onavisit. t. hen a tew days after their little
one sickened and ;ied. S!i sufiered terribly,
and remained ooi. -.cious to tbs last. Enlarge
nil-lit of the tonsi is was the cause of death.
SMITH Died, in Franklin, EraiiUlin Cc Neb
Hannah M. ii.v.riH. wiie of Mr. L. S. Minth
Sept. 10, im, a;,"'. S7 year. 1 tuoalh, 10 days
iinnniLli M. 'ou..i: was boiii July 21. 1S.3 ir
the Mate of Kentukj ; when quite vcung slif
removed with her narects to I'laite to. Mis
souri. where sbe united with and became a full
member cf the M. E. church. In the year 1814
die removed to Nodaway Co. Missouri, and
again united with the M. K. churc.i by letter
Sh w:i married .futv 30th. lfll to Mr. L. S
Smith, the now beivaved liiiiband, r.nd about
this ti.ne came with her husb.iui froiu M'souri
f a r-. Co. Neb. where she resided for more
thau twenty yearn and ag.iia united with the
M. E. r'-im-h. and was ever a laiintui lne-uuer
In Sept. ?873 she with her hunband came to
Franklin Co. Neb. where she resided a faithful
riirittniii and a devotod follower of Christ, un
til her work was finished and.the good Master
saw fir. tn call lier to her rsward. She died
triumphant Sept. 10th, 180. after a painful ill
ness of lour mouths. She leaves a husband,
four sons, one daughter, and numerous friends
and relatives to mourn tier loss. She was a
good wife and an affectionate mother, a kind
neighbor and au examidary christaiu. She
talked much of the rest that was in store for
her. and we feel confident that our .loss Is iter
(ja,in, u. u. iiAiiMA..
Commissioner llichardson says
some vagabonds robbed hi harness of
ring3 and straps to tho value of two
dollars last Tuesday while standiag
onoosite Holme's stable. This petty
thieving is the most
and should be watched
A largo force of man aro at work
filling in the trestle werk on the East
side of tfee bridge from tho cut on this
side. A steam plow is used which un
loads the"cars with marvelous rapidi
ty. Steam shovels operate on this side,
and the bridge outposts look as lively
As there is political speaking next
week Wednesday, there will bo no
Good Templar's Lodge on that even
ing. There will be a call meeting for
Thursday evening as thero is business
of impoitance to be transacted. All
I. O. G. T's. come.
For tho lilood and Liver
Use Extract of Sarsaparilla and Dan
delion with Iodide of Potassium. 2itf
Best Stock of Carpets
Ever shown in PiaHsmouiu opened to
day at W. H
Baker x: Co's.
Use Brown's Vegetable Liver Fills,
The Western Kemedy for biliousness
and sick headache. All druggists sell
For .ale Cheap.
A good young pair of mares,
will weigh about ten hun
dred, and good travelers ; also a good
double harness and buggy. Enquire
of the Proprietor, James Pkttee.
Try Brown's Tar Troches,
For" soro throat, and clearing ana
strengthening the voice, i or sale by
Cash for Eggs.
We will pay ten cents cash or eleven
cents in trade for fresh egg3.
Bjxnnkt & Lewis.
At Solomon & Nathan's, where even
body goes to buy brown muslins, four
teen yards for ono dollar, all ono yard
"Solomon & Nathan invite all of the
ladies in the county to call and exam
ine their immense stock of Millinary
goods, Sec. 1
War on the Wabash
liecause Solomon & Nathan are sell
ing their large stock of cotton flannals
so cheap. Tho best in the w,rld, 12
yards for a $1.00. . 1
Two or three intelligent young men
can find permanent employment and
good wages, address at once,
M. G. Post Ofeicje,
Sept. 22, I860. 1
Mioses Herrmann ik, Wurl have a
variety of trimming silks and velvets,
feathers, and a rvs stork of fancy
goods which t: i?v invite the ladies of
the city and county to call and exam
ine, also now hats in all the latest
"Malt Patters" e.e a train. Nerve, and Wood
food, peculiarly adapted ty. and warmly rec
ommended by. ti.ir tlnmtjibtt r.nd f' sioiiins
for (ieueral Itobiiii y. JlrLlf! and Physical Ex
haustion. Hystcr: Nervousness, Sleteples-tness
Emaciation and lropT. 27t 1
Pepperbeiy 's cigars are th? most
reliable fer pu. ity arid fineness in qlal
ity, and are fa. superior to any other
make. Ask your dealers for them.23tf
NEW MILLLNEItY-NLW 51ILLIXERY
And r. :';.- Miiliuer !
Who DLtj7(isz-i itie Latest Styles
AT SOLOMON Jfc NATITAN'S !
Messrs. So!'mn Sc Nathan Leg to
introduce to the ladies of Plattsmouth
Miss Gillan, who has just come on
from the East to take charge of their
Millinery department, and who, hav
ing a large experience in the business,
will be able to give them the latest
styles and the best satisfaction. All
are invited to see their new stock of
goods, and their pattern hats In the
newest styles. ;2Gt2.
Money to Loan.
On good farm property on longtime.
Apply to J. W. Jennings,
The Democrat, New Orleans. La., says : "Suf
fering among such as have been troubled with
diseases of the kidneys and liver, has been per
ceptibly better since the introduction among
us of V arner's Safe Kidney aul Liver cure. 1st
TO THE PATRONS OF THE CASS
Owing to the constant rains of the
past two or three weeks, and the con
sequent loss of time to farmers and
others in getting up with their fall
work, particularly in the preparation
of their winter's hay, many farmers
have expressed the wish that the Coun
ty Fair might be postponed for a time
In compliance with this request, and
for the further reason that additional
attractions and interests can be
brought together at the Fair, if post
poned a few weeks, it ha3 been
thought advisible by the officers and
others to announce a postponement
until Wednesday, October Gth, to con
tinue through the 7th and 8th. Every
body will please take notice and gov
ern themselves accordingly."
By order of the President.
J. N. Wise, Secretary.
NEW GOODS ! Coming in every
day, at Solomon Sz Nathan's.
HOSIERY AMD UNDERWEAR,
SHEETING AND WHITE GOODS
Something new every day, and as soon
as they get time they will give you a
price list. . 2ttt2
"I MPOIJTANT TO ACEXTS. THE LIKE OF
HS. J.inilS A. KARrTflLO.
P.y his personal friend, Majok Bcnot. Editor
N. Y. Mail, in the only edition to which (ien'l
Cartield has riven nersoaal attention er facts.
lieautifully illustrated, printed and bound.
"i no best. N. v. commercial Advertiser.
'The neatest." N. V. Herald. "The mest use
ful. sensible and satisfactory." N. Y. Tribune
Full len'-th steel vottrait bv Hall, from a nic-
ture taken expressly for this work. Active
AtfeiiBH Wnnteit. Liberal terms. Send Sl.flO
at once for complete outfit. A. S. I5AKNF..S &
CO., Ill & 113 W illiam St.. New York. 25t4
Yon are Sad and, Lonely,
And it's all on account of your indi
gestion. Bkown's Pepsin Tonic fur
nishes the stomach with the active
principles of digestion ; gives tone to
the system and cures dyspepsia. For
salo by J. II. Buttery, Smith, Black &
Co., and O. F. Johnson, Plattsmouth,
John Painter and Dye & Dentree, East
Hats and Bonnets,
Plushes and Velvets,
Laces and Ribbons,
Feathers and Flowers,
at Solomon & Nathan's. 2513
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Schlegel & Niemann's,
opposite r. U.
and expense, or Allow larc oomrnisiob, to nmll onr
new and wou'lerful inent:r:is. B'tf mieanvhat v tv
btaiDit tre. ddxeset sfliiA3 Jiarskall. lilcei.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
shoes and coots,
TtIA-W AU C El IMP
22 tf AT XERUlZi
Free of Cost.
The most wonderful remedy of the
age is now placed within the reach of
all. Be he rich or be he poor," it costs
nothing to give this great remedy a
trial. I)Pv. King's Califouni.y Gol
den Compound, for Dyspepsia, Sick
Headache, how Spirits, Loss of Appc,
tite. Sour Stomach, Coming up of Food,
Yellow Complexion, General Debility-
Inactivity and Drowsiness, Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice and Bilhousness for
which it is a certain and speedv cure.
No person should be without it. In
order to prove that it will do all that
we claim for it you are given a trial
bottle free of cost, which will convince
you of its truly wonderful merits, and
show you that you what a regular one
dollar size bottle will do. i or sale by
Smith & Black, Wholesale and Retail,
Plattsmouth, Neb. 2!)eCwly.
Bennett & Lewis have secured the
agency in this city for D. D Mallory's
celebrated "Diamond brand" of oysters
and will be prepared at all times to
furnish these well known Oysters to
Hotels, Restaurants and private par
ties at bottom prices. 2otf
I wish Everybody to Know.
Rey. George H. Thayer, an old citi
zen 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 : "I wish everybody to know
that I consider that both myself and
wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Con
sumption Cure." It is having a tre
mendous sale over our counters and is
giving perfect satisfaction in all cases
of Lung Diseases, such as nothing else
Bourbon, Ind., May 15, '73. Drs. Match
ett & France.. Sold by Smith & Black.
No Deception Used.
It is strange so many peoplo will
continue lo suffer day after day with
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Constipa
tion, Sour Stoms 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
73 cents. Sold bv Smith & Black.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy;. A
marvelous Cure for Catarrh.diphtheria,
Canker mouth, and Head Ache. With
each bottlo there is an ingenious nasal
Injector for the more successful treat
ment of the complaint, without extra
charge. Price 50 cents. Geowtf.
From the corral near IIeiel's mill in
Plattsmouth on Saturday, Aug. 28, one
red and white spotted cow, three years
old, short horns with crop out of ear.
A liberal reward will be paid for its
return to me.
25t3 Mils. S. Bkantnek.
I have just received a large, well se
lected and complete assortment of
Boots and shoes for young and old,
from my old manufacturers, which I
warrant in every respect, and will sell
at tho very lowest prices possible. 22tf
Very Droll to Think of.
If not above being taught by a man, use Dob
ius's Electric Soap next wash day. Used
without any wash boiler or rubbing board, and
used differently from any other soap ever
made. It seems very droll to think of a rpjiet,
orderly two hours light work on wash day,
with no beat Hnd 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 that this is done by us
ing Dobbins's Electric Soap. Don't buy it,
however, if too set iu your ways to use it ac
cording to directions, that are as simple as to
Bcem almost ridiculous aDd 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 the public for fifteen
years, and its sale doubles every year. If vour
grocer has not got it, he will get it. as all w hole
sale grocers keep it.
I L. Ckaoin & Co., Philadelphia.
Reed Ceos., Sole Asreuts.
3-eowly Weeping AVatej-, I.'eb.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Wednesday, Sept. C2, 1880,
Wheat. No. 2.. .
Corn, ear, .
Potatoes . . .
3 OO'Sa 2S
NEW YORK MARKETS.
Nkw York, Sept. 23, 1880.
Money Si. C2f;,?l 83.
Wheat 5 1 OTiSl 07
Oats 40 ti,45
CHICAGO. Sept. 22. 1SK0.
Flour $ 4 50 tt$5 oo
W iieat 9-24.
Corn , 41 "4
...?4 15h?..5 25
.... 4 BOi!, 5 30
... 3 5lXi 4 25
For Sale J
A fine black horse, six years old, good
roadster, for sale cheap at this oflice.
Save Tour Money.
A large stock of Boots and Shoes
just arrived at Merges, which will ba
sold cheap. 22tf
Buy only the self-threading (at top
and shuttle) New American Sewing
Machine, which for simplicity in con
struction, light running, and for dura
bility cannot be excelled. For ale by
Itasgorshek Bros., Merchant Tailors,
Plattsmouth, Neb. 23m3
r resh Lime by the peck, busnel, 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.
AliKXTM ad canvassers
Make from 2.'5 to $:o per week selling goods for
E. G. HIDEOUT & CO., 10 Barclay Street, New
Y'ork. Send for catalogue and terms. 22ly
St. Teoaplx. 3.
Is conducted by an expert accountant and
successful leach er. Instruction thorough and
practical. Tuition lower than elsewhere. Full
particulars to any address.
24tf THOS. J. BRYANT. Pres.
Thirty of tho best organ makers of the
World are competitors at the Taris Exposition,
a cable dispatch to the Associated Press says
two highest gold medals have been awarded to
the American makers. Mason & Hamlin.
To the Citizen's of the County and State.
I have now ready for market 100,000
White and Fire brick, which we will
sell at reasonable prices; parties wish
ing lo build a fire-proof house, before
the comet comes down, call on J. T. A.
Hoover. Louisville, Nebraska, lltf
The Forest and Stream has it : "To preserve
health use Warner's Safe Remedies. These
arc almost of miraculous power in removing
diseases for w hich recommended. The w ou-
deri'i! curative (pialities they are possessed of
of :s vouched fur by tens of thousands. 2ltl3m
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Tim . .
By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by W. C.
Sho'walter, Clerk of the District Court within
and for Cass County, Nebraska, and to me di
rected, 1 will, on Monday, the 25th day of Oc
tober, A. D. 180, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day,
at the South dowr of the Court House, in the
city of Plattsmouth, iu said County, sell at
Public Auction the following real estate, to
wit: The East half (ett) of the South West
quarter (rntH) of section thirty-one(31), in town
ship No. eleven (11), North of range twelve (12),
East of the sixth (th) P.M., in Cass County,
Nebraska. The same being levied upon and
taken as the property of Harvey Carper, Agnes
C. Carper, and Cyrus 11, Mccormick, defend
ants, to satisfy a Judgment of said Court recov
ered by Almira C. Woodruff, plaintiff.
Plattsmouth, Neb.. September 22, A. D. 18P0.
R. W. II VERS, Sheriff Cass Co. Neb.
By M. McElwain, Deputy. 27t5
Notice is hereby given that Amelia Peterson
has filed an instrument in writing purporting to
be the last will and testament of S. J. Peterson
deceased. Upon filing said insurument, it is
ordered that alt persons interested therein be
untitled that the hearing of said cause is set for
the 14th day of October, A. D. 180, at 4 o'clock
p. in. on snid day, at the oflice of the County
Judge, in Plattsmouth City, Cass County, Ne
braska, at which time all persons interested
may appear ami show cause, if any they have,
why said instrument should not betaken as the
valid last w ill and testament of said deceased
and admitted to probate.
A. N. SULLIVAN, County Judge.
September 22, 1SS0. 27t3
J. E. Jeffries will take notice that o:i tho 14th
day of September, A. D. 180, E. J.Mathis. a
Justice of the Peace of Salt ("reek Precinct,
Cass County, Nebraska, issued an order f at
tachment for the sum of twenty-five dollars
aod sixty-one cents (25.0.1), in an 'action pend
ing before him, w herein E. A. Ryder & Co. are
plaintiffs, and J. E. Jeffries is defendant ; that
property as follows lias been attached under
said order, to-wit : 3 Comments on the P.ible ;
3 Histories: 5 Missal Eooks : 4 Histories of
France ; l Hymn Book ; 2 Music Books : l Fam
ily Bible. Said case was continued to the 2uth
day of October, A. D. lsso. at 2 o'clock p. m.
2U3 E. A. RYDER & CO., Pltffs.
In the District Court of Cas County, Nebraska
Dennis Dean. Plaintiff, 1
J. W. Newsum, P. A.
Could and Ann II.
Gould. Defendants. J
J. W. Newuui, defendant, will take notice
that on the 13! h day of September, isso. Dennis
Dean, plaintiff herein, filed his petition in i lie
District Court of Cass Cou'itv, Nebraska,
against said defendants, the object and prayer
of which is to foreclose a certain mortgage, ex
ecuted by J. W. Newsum to P. A. and Ann H.
Gould, defendants, and assigned to this plain
t itf, upon the West -half (w4 of the North Fast
quarter (ne'i) cf sect ion seventeen 117). town
ship twelve (I2, range nine (3) East, te secure
the pavment of four certain promissory notes,
daleil February Cth, l7t;. and dun respectively
in two, three, four and live years, for the sum
of two hundrud dollars (20) each, the first
three of which notes were assigned to this
plaintiff. That there is now due upon said
notes and mortgage the sum of eix hundred
dollars ($tioo) with twelve per cent, interest
thereon from Febiuary Gth, 1877. together with
a reasonable attorney s fee. as provided in said
notes and mortgage, and for unpaid taxes upon
said premises. And plaintiff prays that said
premises may be decreed to be told to satisfy
the amount found due thereon.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the 1st day of November, 180.
DENNIS DEAN. Plaintiff.
By Chpman & Mathews, his Atty's. 27t4
Sheriffs Salo, .
By virtue of an execution, issued by W. C.
Showalter, Clerk of the District Court within
and for Cass County, Nebraska, and to nie di
rected. I will, on the lcth day of October, A. D.
10, at 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day, at the
South door of the Court House, in said County,
sell at Public Auction the following real estate
to-wit : Lot ten (lo), iu block one (I) North and
one (1) East : also lots one (1), two (2) and three
(3). in block one (1) East ; all of the above de
scribed property being located in Rock Bluffs.
Cass County. Nebraska. The same beiug levied
upon and taken as the property of Joseph Ske
ra and Henry Shera. defendants, to satisfy a
judgment of said Court recovered by Buck Mc
Comas and Patterson, plaintiffs.
Plattsmouth, Nb.. Kept. 13th, A. 1). 180.
26t5 It. W. HYERS. Sheriff Cass Co., Neb.
tv 1 rl5
Adam Rhodes will take notice that on the
10th day of August. A. D. lo, A. N. Sullivan.
County Judge within and for Cass County, Ne
braska, issued an cider of attachment for the
sum of nine and 75-100 dollars (i-"S) in an ac
tion pending before him. wherein Elizabeth
Sinter is plaintiff, and Adam Ktiodes defend
ant ; that the wages due said defendant have
been attached under said order. Said cause
was continued to the Stli day of October, A. D.
HoO, at u.o 'clock a. m.
ELIZABETH SUA FER, Plaintiff.
Plattsmouth, Sept. 13th. 1SS0. 2Ct3
By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by W, C.
Showalter, Clerk of the District Court within
and for Cass County. Nehiaska. and to me di
rected. I will, on the 23d day of OctoOer, A. D.
isso, at 10 o'clock a.m.. of said day, at the
South door of the Court House, in said County,
sell at Public Auction the following real estate
to-wit: The East half (e1) of the South West
quarter (swfc) of section thirty-one (31), town
snip eleven (11 North of range twelve (12) east
of the sixth (6th) P.M., in Cass County. Ne
braska. The same being levied upon and taken
as the property of Harvey Carper. Agnes c.
Carper and Cyrus H. MeCormick, defendants,
to satisfy a Judgment of said Court recovered
by Almira C. W oodruff, plaintiff.
Plattsmouth, Neh.. Sepi 13th.A. D 1830.
2615 ft. W. HYERS. Sheriff Cass Co.. Neb,
In the matter of the estate of John Clemmons,
deceased. Ia the County Court of Cass Co.,
Upon reading and filing the duly verified pe.
tition of Christiana Faught, praying that ad
ministration of the estate of John Clemmons,
deceased, be granted to McGinuis Clemmons:
Ordered that notice of the pendency of said
cause be published in the Nebraska Herald,
a weekly newspaper, printed, published, and
in general circulation in said cou'ity, for three
consecutive weeks, and that the hearing of
said cause be set for the 61 h day of October A.
D., 180. at one o'clock p. M. at the oflice of the
Couuty Judge, at Plattsmouth. at which time
and place, all persons interested may appear
and show.cause, if any they have, why admin
istration of said estate should not be granted
to the said McGiunis Cleiuiuous, according to
the prayer of said petition.
A. N. SULLIVAN, County Judfre.
Plattsmouth, September 10 1SS0. 20t3
VaIIaA Id tiArnhti I. I . tf
decretal order of sale, made by the Hon. S. li.
round. Judge of the District Court in and for
Pace ffAIThtl- Vahfi.slrn - . . I k.
city of Lincoln, on the 9th day of September.
""ii i"V UilJ ui unuucr, A,
I. 1880, offer at Public Vendue, at the front
HnrtP tt tha Pon r VI n a I.. 1i .. . . 1. :...
Cass Couuty, Nebraska, at the hour of 1 o'clock
It 111 if 1 Lil -I 1 tA OlA llliA.. I.LLI.. II ll. .
i" v .s vv tut? HiRiirri uiuun. ail nie
Grace E.. 8 warts, Illinois in and to the
North half (n!) of the South East quarter (se
v-... ....... : .. x . . t ... , . . . . .
vi aixumi u. i euiy-iour 1241, townsnip
'n tAll raima V t.n Mai 1.....-
sixth (Cth) P. M., In the County aforesaid.
Sale will remain open tor bids from the hour
of 1 o'clock p. in. until the hour of 2 o'clock p.
m of same day. Terms, cash or credit, as pro
vided by law.
t3 NKLSON JEAN, Guardian.
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Where will bo Found a Good Supply of Choice
CB&iifeefi!iiefley H Fruits,
of all kinds in Season.
NUTS, CTG A liS, TOBACCOS andSMOKElVS ARTICLES GENERALLY
-A-lsTZD .A. LAEGE
VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS, &a, &c.
Also in connection with the above will be kept the
Lsasi?!a at all Mor
consisting of Oysters, Sardines, Canned Fruits, &c.
CalS jasssl see, p. B. MURPHY,
One door AYTest of C. G. Ilerol tl'n. Proprietor.
Is Leased to
who will, during tli
With their immense stock of
Consjteting? of till JFvlees9
ji MAIN STREET, PLATTSMOUTH NEB.
S. S. MAIN STREET.
Notice Is hereby (riven to all persons Interest- '
ed In the estate of Frank and Andrew Dcitneli
niiuor heiis of Joseph Deltrich, deceased, to
appear before the Hon. S. li. Pound, Judg o of
the District Court within and tor the So-ond
Judicial District, at bin Chambers la the City
of Lincoln, in the County of Lancaster, ana
State of Nebraska, on the 21st day of October.
A. D. IH0, at 1 o'clock n. in., to show cause, If
any they have, why a license to sell and cm vey
tho real estate of said minors should not be
granted to their guardian, according to the
prayer of the petition in said cause.
CiKouiiE S HOEMANN, Guardian.
September 14th, 1830. Ja
Byyirtneof three executions. Iwsued by Vf.
C. Showalter. Clerk of the District Court lthfn
and for Cass Count , Nebraska, and tomedl
reeted, 1 will on the 2d day of October. A.
1). ISM), at 10 o'clock a. lit., of said day, at the
south door of the Court House, in tho city of
Platlsmout h in said county, sell at public auc
tion the following real estate, to-wit : i.ots No.
three (3) and four (4) in block No. nine. (J) la
White's addition to the city of Plattsmouth,
Cass County Nebraska; :il-o lots seven (7),
ei-'ht (). nine (!) and len (10). In block No. six
(), in Duke's addition to the City of Platts
mouth ; also lot No. three (3, in block No. one
hundred and sixty-three (P53), in tho City of
PlalHiiioiilh ; all of the above described prop
erty being In Cass Couutv, Nebraska. Ibo
same being levied upon and taken as tho prop
erty of Calvin P. Moore and Armilda A. Moore,
defendants, to satisfy the Judgment of said
court recovered by The State Journal Co.. Ar
milda A. Moore, and K, G. Dovey & Son, plain
tills. K. W. H V KRS, Sheiiff Cans Co., Neb.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Sept. 1. A. 1. Imo. 2415
In the District Court of the 2d"JudlcIal district
w ithin and for Cass county, Nebraska.
A. W. White. Plaintiff, 1
Ellen McGuire.M. McGuiro,
John O'Rouike, J. V.
VVeckhach. Win. Neville
and Patrick McCailum,
Del 't's. J
Ellen MeGuire and M. McGuire. defendants
will take notice that on the 3lst day of August,
180 ; A. Vf. White, Plaintiff, heroin CU-d hi
petition in the District Court of Cass county,
Nebraska, against said defendants, the object
and prayer of which are to foreclose a certain
mortgage executed by Ellen McGuire and M.
McGuire, defendants to William E. Donelan,
on the following described premises, to-wit :
lots seven (7) and eight 00 in block twelve (12)
iu the City of Plattsmcuth, Cass County, Neh.,
to secure the nay inent of a ceitain promisory
note, dated December 30th, 1870. for the sum of
Sioo oe ana due and payable in ono year from
the date thereof; Which said moitgaga and
note was afterwards assigned to tills Plaintiff.
That there is now due upon said note and mort
gage the sum of $4o0 00 for which sum with In
terest at the rate of twelve percent per annum
from the 15th day of June. A. D. 187. plaintiff
prays for a decree that defendants bo required
to pay the same, or tliat said premises may be
sold to satisfy the amount found due.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the 18th day of October, A. D. lHbO.
Dated September 1st, isso.
A. W. WHITE. Plaintiff.
By W. S. Wi9E, his Attorney. 2415
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