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for, is f,ritiut fart evidence of imisiiokh
Fit A !.'!
Wescott sells the Lost buckskin
More rain last Sat ui day.
It is aain getting dusty.
Fair to-day and ifl-inorrow.
--.Se DvyB new Local Ad3.
Everybody go and see the fun.
Hcirrah for Garfield and Arthur!
Rcmenber the Ball Friday night.
Will. S. Wise scll Ileal Estate, tf
-Jhrt Fitzgerald was in town last
Those cigars wera immense, Uro.
Head Guthman & WeoKbaeh's
Will ijhort was in town the first
of the week. -
Geo. Dovey i3 getting new goods
Bel li i3 ad.
The G. & A. Giee Club are getting
to bft immense.
Se Morris O'Reurka's new ad in
Several new houses going up in
the Second Ward.
Cash paid for butler and eggs by
Bennett & Lewis. 25tf
Dr. McCrea.of Factory ville, was in
tawn over Suaday.
The biggest line of buckskin
gloves at Wi-scott's. ".Kf
New goods just ai rived at thensw
One Fnco Clothing Store. 1
New goods just arrived r.tthe new
One Price Clothing House. It
Manufacturing and Repairing ;.t
Merges Shoe Store. 22: i
Grand soci.tl dance Friday night
by the Orchestra Ciub.
Don't forget to read S. & C. flay
ers' new ad on Firat l'ags.
You wilLalways find Pcpperberg's
most ppul?r Cigars at II. lions', tf
The now Herold stor is begining
to loom up, along side ths other.
Bennett & Lewis' new store room
will soon be ready for occupancy.
For your nice carpel?, window
Blades, &c. go to W. II. JJuker & Co.'sl
Take a good lopk at D.-ive Miller's
lino display in his line at the Fair.
Soldiers who have homesteaded less
than ICO acres write to W S. Wise, tf
On tho new driving Park, one
tnile and hlf west of Plattsmouth.
A new assortment of zephyrs com
ing at Misses Ilerrmar.n & Wurl'8.2Tt2
Mr. Henry Waterman is grading
h bunk down in front of his house.
Fresh fruits and vegetables re-
ciTei every dav by Bennett & Lewis,
Read notice of the Rochester As
tronomicftl Observatory on Fourth
-Boy's and children's suits in all styles
at new One Price Clothing IIouss. It
Several new Campaign subs, this
week. 8end them in, we are ready for
Sheriff livers is a little under t lie
weather. Out in too much rain Sat
urday. John Way man 'Till pay 81 mv
hundred lbs for old iron for the nejt
15 days. It
The G. A A. Guards all turned
out Tuesday evening and ma le a fine
The One Prico Clothing Stare
cemes out big in this Xo. Jtsst you
An engino jumped off tho track
jsst this side f the Lridgo in the cut
We want 1000 dozen eggs, for
which we will pay cash or goods. Den
'ett& Lewis. 23tf
Faxnt, Cal. Parmele's old black
ware, made soms good time at the
Mucilages from 10 to CO cts per
bettle, smallest to the largest at Smith,
, Black Sc Go's. 2SV2
All persons indebted to F. S.
White for ice will please call around
and settle up. 2St2
Dr. Joseph II. Hall left for Chica
fe, Sunday, te continue his studies in
A car load of winter wheat fioui
just received at F. S. White's which is
for sale cheap. 2SfZ
Hon. 11., B. Windham and Bio.
Tefft have gone out on a speaking
"tower" in the west.
Bertie, infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. Orrin Smith, died on Thursday
last and was buried Friday.
Some one says there is to be a ball
x riaay night. .No one has heard any-
t .mug aoout it as yet though.
1 , V
Judge Maxwell spent a night in
Plattsmouth last week.
Jessie Irwin and Geo. Hardick, of
Liberty called Tuesday.
Mis. George Smith and Miss Flora
Ilobbs went to Oman Friday.
Mrs. Donaldson, of Utah Territory
is the guest ef M'ss Anna Dakin.
Mr. aud Mrs. dishing spent Sunday
in Plattsmouth on their way to Chica
Col. Doane, formerly superintend
ent of the B. & li., was in ths city last
Mrs. Jamea Pel tee w ent up to Oaia
ha, Wednesday to visit Mrs. II. K.
Miss Sophie Gyger went to Omaha
Wednesday to spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Foster looked in
on Plattsmouth Tuesday morn on
their way to the Chicago Exposition
The Hon. Orlando Tefft has botn
rusticating in our villago for several
days and is making many friends too,
Mrs. E. B. Lefis r.nd Miss Dannie
Gou'.trie left for the hitter's home at
Missouri Valley, Iowa, last Friday
Mrs. Johnson and i.iss Sweeney Isft
Monday for St. Louis where they will
take in the Exposition and also select
a large stock of millinery with which
to decorate the fair heads of Cass Co.
Mr. J. W. Barnes, a'cvoinranied by
his daughter. Miss .Ola, and Miss Lil
lie Wood took the eastern bound train
Tuesday morning for St. Louis, where
they will take in tha exposition; and
then go to Nashville, Illinois, where
they will visit for some time.
Mr. P. Uartlett of New York City
subscribes for the Herald for his
son-in-law, who has sottled upon a
farm in Cass Co. and will hereafter
identify his interests with the western
country. Mr. Bartiett inquired for a
strong Republican paper and straight
way found us out.
Deservedly popular. We mean
Dr. Bull's C"ugh Syrup for it never
fails to cur a cough. Physicians re
commend it. Price only 2"t cents a
More wedding bells sounding not
far iu the distance.
Read Major 0'Ronrk5's new ad
vertisement in another column.
Buy vour groceries of an exclusivo
Grocery House. Bennett & Lewis car
ry a complete slock. 15tf
Mr. Showalter's house is going up,
just west of J. W. Barnes'.
New Goods ! New Goods!! A
full assortment at B:d Rock prices at
the Great Red Store. 28tf
Didn't our Garfield and Arthur
Gleo Club give us some fine music,
though, Tuesday night?
Not the Largest Slock, but the
freshest and purest candies iu town,
at John Leach's stand. 2otf
Mr. Leach ha3 some fine candies
on exhibition at the fair his own
(manufacture. We know they were
good for we tasted them.
Full lines of linen suits are being
sold very cheap at Fred. Herrmann's
Call before they are gone. IStf
That fellow who let tho top of his
load of hay slip off last week, on
Main, .t.. should get some one else to
load for him.
If you want nice, light bread or
biscuits, white as snow, buy the 'Snow
Flake' Hour at Bennett & Lewis'. 22tf
An excursion filling seven coaches
came from various Iowa points Tues
day, of this week, bound for Lincoln.
They were accompanied by a band and
seemed destined to Law a jelly tie.
For the next 15 days I will pay
one dollar per hundred for old iron.
It John Wayman.
Mens jeans suits 4 00
Good " " 5 00
at One Price Cash Clothing House. 1
Mr. J. Chase, of Weeping Water,
stopped over in this city the first of
the week, on his return from St. Lou
is. Overcoats from $1.50 upward, at
at the new One Price Clothing House,
next door to Sage Bros. It.
The bays at the Bank corner
mado rather too much noise Sunday
evening. They had better look a
Wayman having so much 'work
ne can t keep up, will pay SI per hun
dred for old iron for thVnvxrlo days,
Mr. D. C. Fleming, of Weeping
Water, stopped off at Plattsmouth, last
week on his return from Chicago.
Corns down and see thn latnst
styles and lowest prices. No trouble
to snow goods at the Great lied Store.tf
A full and complete lino of ho
siery and underwear, all sizes and
prices, ut W. II. Baker & Co's. 29t2
Clothing as goed as the best, and
as cheap us is offered in Plattsmouth,
at Wescott's Boss Clothing Store, next
door to Smith & Black's. It
Hurrah for Cummins & Ricbey!
They are putting in a new side walk
on Pearl street, next to their lumber
yard. Who comes next?
Just received, a lot of ladies cloaks
and dolnia-iis. Call everybody and. get
a good selection.
2l)t2 W. II. Baker & Co.
Remember John Wayman will
pay SI per hundred weight f c iron
scraps for the the next 15 days.
Any one wishing a good first class
job done should leave orders at the
Hekald o2ice and they will be sure
to get it.
San fords' ink in all the different
Size, Qualities and Prices at Smith,
Black & Co's. 2812
J G. Chambers has just received
a large invoice of blansets, lap robes,
whips, &c. which he will sell at the
very lowest prices. Give him a call
before purchasing elsewhere. 29t2
Says Tefft to White,
Is this to be a wicked fight?
Says White to Tefft,
Somebody must get "Left."
Messrs. T. and W. congratulated
each other we understand, wo suppose
something as above.
Ths habit of running over boots
or shoes corrected with Lvon's Patent
Heel Stiffeners. 29t2
The now goods are just rolling in
at the Great lied Store; tho building
is chuck full and still they come. Ev
erybody hunt for that Great Red
Every garment and every article
marked in plain figures at Ld Wes
cott's Boss Clothing Store. No daria-
tian in prices, and everything warrant
ed as it presented. Square -deal every
time. "What do you soip," It
Fresh oysters direct from BaJti
more this week, cheaper than any oth
er firm can sell thein. Call and con
vince yourselves before purchasing
it F. S. White.
1 ncip Supply just in, of the great
est liaryains ever offered on our 5 and
10 cent counters, ureat Iced Store. 2stt
Mr. F. Herrmann was to have
been married in Watertown, Wis.,
last evening, we understand. Next
week we will give our readers full
particulars of the happy event.
The ladies are especiailv invited
to call and examine our new stock
No trouble to show goods. The Great
lied Store. 2Stf
Major O'Rourke has received one
of the best stocks of Piece goods ever
brought to Plattsmouth, any one wish
ing to have a firstcla3s suit raad9, will
do well to call on him. Every gar
ment warranted to fit.
Go to C. G. Herold the old reliable
in his new building he will sell you a
good winter suit for from 5.00 to
SG.00, and a good overcoat for S3.00.
Consult your own interests, a dollar
saved is a dollar made. 27t4
The new firm, Chittenden Bros.,
who have lately bought out P. B. Mur
phy, seem to be good business men.
and we prophesy for them a good
trade in their line. Success to you
For good cheap reading for fall and
winter season, subscribe to A. L. Mar
shall's Circulating Library. Call and
see it when you go to town. 2St2
Two new passenger trains on the
B. & M. soon. One from here at six in
the evening and one from Lincoln at
six in the morning. Hurrah, we can
get out to South Bend then the 22d,
boys, and don't forget it.
Gocd lumber and lots of it at Bean
& Son s, call on them and they will
prove to you that you can save money
uy purchasing of them. 2
Dr. Richey, the well known den
tist, was here Tuesday. He is now at
Red Oak, Iowa, and is soon coming to
Plattsmouth again. The doctor docs
heaps of work whenever he coines
Men's working suits
" jeans "
Good d e?s "
at New One Price Clothing House. 1
A. L. Marshall of W. W. still car
ries on the drug business with his Cir
culating Library, also news, magazine,
periodicals, stationery, confectionery,
cigars and tobaccos, of all a choice and
well selected assortment. 28t2
C. S. Twiss is setting up the cigars
A young voter (in time) for Garfield
came to his house Monday night and
wanted clothes and lodging till he was
21. Twiss took him in and Mrs. T.
is doing for him as well as she can.
Remember the only best place to
buy Pens, Blank Books, paper and En
velopes, Box Paper and Sanfoid's Inks
in 20 different colors is Smith, Black &
There was lots of excitement in
town Tuesday morning. Everybody
wanted to know what 329 with two
dollar marks underneath and six black
spots meant, on some posters which
were stuck up around town during
the night. That's too thin, democrats.
Farmers take your produce to
John Bons' & Son as you can get more
in cash for them than you will get in
produce at other stores, and dou't you
forget it. 28t2
One of ilartigan's Converts.
"Are yez a democrat?"
"Faith an I am, an' we'll put in Mc
Och man, what yez talking about.
It's OUIanccek, ye mane."
The lest "Blood and Liver Rem
edy," is Brown's Compound Extract of
Sars.iparilla and Dandeliwn, with Io
dide of Potassium. For sale by A. L.
Marshall, Druggist and Stationer,
Weeping Water, Neb. 23t2
A few thousand choice plants of the
Crescent Seedling and Chas. Downing
Varieties cau be obtained torin
Dean & Son are receiving immense
stocks of lumber both at Ashland and
South Bend, which they are selling at
prices which defy competition. 28t2
Furniture, groceries, boots and
shoes, hats, caps, dry goods, trunks,
notions and clothing in endless variety
and at prices tchi ah defy competition.
Come and price our goods before buy
ing. The Great Red Store. 2Stf
Two blind men have been lately
traversing our streets and vending
their poems, which ara marvels of
beauty in the poetical line. The first
old fellow loaded himself up with
whisky the night that the Hon. J. M,
Thurston spoke, and then applauded
the speaker in a way that was most
diverting to the portion of the audi
ence near him. He represented him
self as being an ex-soldier, and looked
as if he had been through the wars.
Between Cummins' Lumber yard
and Weeping Water, a pocket book
containing two ten dollar bills. Five
dollars reward will bo paid for its re
covery. Can be left at Herald of
fice or Herrmanu's store.
Program for the Fair.
At 9, 10 and 11 o'clock exhibition of
cattle in their grades,
HORSES AND MULES.
Thorough breds, 9 :20 a. mf
Gen'l utility, 10:00 "
Stallions, 11:00 "
County trot, 1:00 p. m
Double team. 2:00
Running race, 3:00 "
Sheep, 10:00 a. m
Hogs, 11:00 "
Poultry'. 12:00 ts.
Classes 21, 22, 23, 24, 25
and 20, 12:00 "
29 and SO, plowing, 12:00 "
Class 1. 9:03 a. m
Class 5. 11:00 "
Class 7, Roadsters. 10:00 "
Class 8, Family, 11:00 "
Equestrianshin 12:00 m.
Clrtss 10, single trot free
for all. 1:00 p. m
Pacing, 1:30 "
Class 11, double trot, 2:00 "
Green horses trot, 3:00 "
-Free for all running.
Fruits, flowers, &c, in the forenoon
10 to 12.
Go to Chittenden Bros, for confec
tionary the finc."t and largest stock in
Wiley Black has got a new buggy
Stylish is no name for it. Moro than
a dozen bright wyes glanced longingly
at Wilev's handsome figure as he drove
up the street the ether morning. The
bugs'. Vfas made by C. D. Wood worth,
Last Saturday evening, a party by
the name of Sexton, in attempting to
cross the Cth street bridge, got his
horse in under the side walk, and in
trying to extricate him, so many men
got on the side walk tiiat it gave way
and pitched tlie men down into the
gully below. After much hollowing
and rushing around with lanterns,
men and horse were extricated and
Mr. Sexton continued his way only to
get into another bad place up by Hei
sel's mill, we understand. The night
was pretty dark, but something must
have been the matter with Sexton's
eyes, we imagine.
Jlore Goods at Dovey's.
Wo beg to inform our friends that
our Fall stock of dry goods and no
tions are now about comnlete, aud so
licit an inspection of the same.
Our stock consists in part of a fine
line of gentlemen's, ladies', misses and
knit goods, underwear, nubias, hosiery,
comforts, &c. Ladies' and misses',
children's knit hoods, shawls bed, com
forts, and blankets.
Jeans, flannels, liuseys, bahnorals,
and felt shirts, yarns in all colors,
cotton battings, cashmeres, alpaca,
and American dress goods in great va
rieties. Gents and ladies lleeco lined
kid gloves, ladie3 and misses' hosiery,
supporters, buttons, laces, ties, ribbons,
belts and every thing elsa in the no
Our stock of ladies, missss and chil
dren's shoes, men's and boys' winter
boots, arctics and snow excluders,
men's and boys' hats and winter caps.
&c, full, and which we offer at the
lowest prices for first class goods. We
have also received a nice line of glass
and bronze lamps, glass sets and deco
rated ware, &c, &c. Give us a call.
29t4 E. G. Dovey & Sox.
Friends ef GarGHd, honor calls m.
No proud Hancock shall appall us.
On v.e march whit e'er bsfalls u,
Never shall w fly.
Forward lightly bounding,
1o the trumpet's sounding.
Forward ever, backward nuror.
Tu proud fe afteuuding.
Fight forGarfleM and no other.
Each i bound to each brcther,
And with faith in one another,
We will wia or dio.
Thonsh our raathr may bo weeping.
Though our pistars may be keeping
Watch for some who now are sleeping
On the battle field.
SUU the trumpet's brayiag
Sounds on, ever saying.
Let each bowmau pierce a foeinan.
And ne'er stop the slaying.
Till all democrats slia'.l fear at,
Aud no grenbacker come near us,
Gai Qeld'8 men our God doth hear us,
. Never will we yield.
WERER-Er.EXHF.nOER In I'laltsmouth,
Neli.. Fri.lav, Oct. 1st. by Judge A. N. Sulli
van, Mr. W.m. Wkbei! to .Miss Vkkomka
KcJKMtERCKIt, all of l'iattsmouth.
Mr. Weber lias been for some years in the
employ of Mr. Fcpperberg, and is a young man
of reliable business habits. Miss "Vronie," as
she is generally called, is a niece of Messrs.
Gutliiuaun & Weckbaeh, aud is well aud favor
ably known among our German citizens. The
riEK.u.D wishes them much happiness.
The following was handed ns too late for
publication la.-t week, as a tribute to the mem
ory of little Lettie Simpson.
The seasons are hastening,
" And inuoceuts are falling.
The aLgele are viewing.
And the Saviour is calling,
Aud here, oh ! here is deep ftleom.
But cpring shall visit the mouldering urn,
" And day shall break the night of the tomb
An angel shall sing whose voice we know,
A form more radiant than any below,
Then shall bask in her Saviour's love.
-Fhom a Tkci FHIEM).
The campaign rates on the Inter
Ocean is only 50 cents for six months.
Remember the rates ! We will take
subs, for the same. tf
.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 in March, June and September. At
Louisville 1st Friday and Saturday in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations will be given.
No one icill be examined except at
the reyular examinations ; and no cer
tificates from other Counties will le
E. II. WOOLEY,
A Sf ARtinilTVi "v i it ft.'. Anvi.i
Warranted to kcvt pickle Xor J tars.
Thirty-one year iu market.
Consumers thouM iut-'st npon scclag our braod
oa tie barrel tea bat-la.
Proposals for Grain.
Ileadifn.irters Department of thtaPIatte, 1
Chief Quartermaster's Office. V
Foit Omaha. Neb., Oct. 4. 1SSO. )
SEALED PROPOSALS. i;l triple ite, subject
to the usual conditions will be rect Ived nt this
olhce until 12 c 'clock noon on Mondav, October
2 'Uy. isso, at which place and time tli'y will be
-jjencl in presence of bidden, for the furnish
ing ;md delivery, in quantities a reqa'red. up
to January 31st, lssl. at Omaha Depot. Nebras
ka, or at stations on tlie Union Faciflo Railroad
east from Kearney Junction, of .
2.000,001) pounds of corn, ami
1 .oou.oo;"! pounds of oats.
Proposal for quantities les than the whole
will be received. Delivery of th srraiu will, if
required, commence November loth. ls0. Pre
ference will be given to articles of domestic
The government reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals.
Rids should state the rate per 1G0 pound,
(not per buxhel.) and the year tnwhich th corn
proposed to be furnished was frown, and
should be endorsed on envelopes "Iiids for
Grain."' and addressed to the undersigned.
Riilders are requested to submit proposal.
for delivery of the corn tn new re-sewed mmny
sacks of one hundred pounds each, and for de
livery of the Oats iu new re-seweil burlap
sacks of one hundred pounds each, or for part
or all the-oats to be delivered in douhi.e
sacks, the inner sacks to be provided at t he
Omaha Dctot, by the Quartermaster's Depart
ment. Copies of this advertisement and of tho Cir
cular of instructions to bidders can be obtain
ed on application to this office, aud one copy
each of said advertisement and circular should
be attached to or accompany each pioposal
and form a part thereof.
M. I. LUDINGTON.
For Sale 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 Petteh.
If you want nice hand picked win
ter apples, leave your orders with P. B
Murphy ; delivered in car for G5 ct.
a bushel. 2St2
Al tent son, Teachers I
The first regular meeting ef the
Cass County Teachers' Association
will be neld at Plattsmouth on Satur
day, Oct. !)th, at 10 o'clock a. m. and 2
o'clock p. m. All teachers that can
attend are invited to be present and
help to make tlie meeting a success.
Essays on topics pertaining to the pro
fession will be welcome.
28t2 O. F. Morton, Pres.
Use Brown's Vegetable Liver Pills,
The Western Remedv for biliousness
ind sick headache. All druggists sell
The Foivst and Stream lias it : "To preserve
health use Warner's Sale Remedies. Thee
ire almost of miraculous power m reii'ovintr
tlieascs for w Uicii recommended, liie won-
derlul curative qualities they are possessed of
of is vouched for by tens of thousands. 2itlJ
Try Brown's Tar Troches,
For sore throat, and clearing and
strengthening the voice. For sale by
"Malt Hitters'' are a F.ra:n. Nerve, and Plood
food, peculiarly adapted ty. and warmly rec
ommended by, our tlrngni-ts and physician
for General Debilitv. M ntal ami Physical Ex-
liH'.ist inn. Hysleria. Nervousness, SieeplesMiess
Emaciation'mid Droiy. 27tl
The Democrat. New Oilcans. La., says : "Suf-
ferin among such as have been troubled v.nii
diseases of the kidneys and liver, has been per
ceptibly butter since" th introduction nmoiit;
u of Varuer" tta.'e Kidney an 1 Liver euro. 1st
For the Ri-.od and Liver
Use Extract of Sarsaparilla and Dan
delion with Iodidw of Potassium. 27tf
Is conducted bv an expert i:cf ouuiant and
successful leacher. Instruction thorough aud
practical. 1 union lower t ban elsewhere. Pull
particulars to any addies.
2411 uiw.-s. j. i;i;i.y-ni, ires.
Thirty of 3p best organ makers of the
World are eonioet iinrs at tlie Paris Exposition.
a cable dispatch to the Associated Press says
two highest gold medals have beeu awarded to
the American makers. Mason & Hamlin.
A;EXTS AM ('.-WVAnKKZM
Make from to rn per w cek selling goncs for
E. I i. KIDEOL'T Sr CO., 10 iiarclay Sttect, New
York. Send for catalogue and terms. 2-1 y
For Sale i
A fine black horse, six years old, good
roadster, for sale cheap at this oilice.
Save Your Money.
A larrup stnr-k of Roots and Shors
just arrived at Merges, which will be
sold cneap. :-u
Buy only the self-threading (at lop
and shuttle) NeA' American Sewing
Machine, which for simplicity in con
struction, light running, and for dura
bility cannot be excelled. I or sale by
Rasgorshek Rros., Merchant Tailors,
Plattsmouth, Neb. 2Jm3
I Wish Everybody to know.
Rev. George II. Thayer, an old citi
izen of this vicinity known to every
one a3 a most intlnential 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
wile owe our lives to Shilou'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, '78, Drs.Match
ett & France. Sold by Smith & Black.
'o Deception Used.
It is strange so many people will
continue to suffer day after day with
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach, General Debility
when they can procure at cur store
Shiloh's Vitalizer, frco of cost if it
does not cure or relievo them. Price
75 cents. Sold by Smith Black & Co.
SniLOH's Catarrh Remedy. A
marvelous Cure for Catarrh.diphtheria,
Canker mouth, and Head Ache. AVith
each bottla there is an ingenious nasal
Injector for the more successful treat
ment of the complaint, without extra
charge. Price 50 cents. Ceowtf.
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 the vefy lowest prices possible. 22tf
Tery Droll to Think or.
If not above beinglaught by a man, use Dob
bius's Electric Soap next wash day. Ued
without any wash boiler or rubbing board, and
used differently from any other soap ever
made, it seems very droll to think of a quiet,
orderly two hours' light work on wash dav,
with no heat and no steam, or smell of the
washing through the house, instead of a long
day's hard work ; bnt hundreds of thousands
of women from Nova Scotia to Texas have
proved for themselves that this is done bv 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
eeem almost ridiculous and so easy that a girl
of twelve years can do a large wash without be
ing tired. It positively will not injure the finest
fabric, has be"en before the public for fifteen
years, and its sale doubles every year. If your
grocer has not got it, he will get it. as all whole
sale grocers keep it.
I. L. Ckagix & Co., Philadelphia.
Refd Bros., Sole Aeents.
3-eowly Weeping "Water, iVeb.
G1LVIN AND PRODUCE."
Wednesday, Vet. f, 1S80.
M heat. No.2
ISarley, No. 2
NEW YOUlv MARKETS.
Nkw Yokk, Ovt. C, issn.
S 1 0s!i2i 09
Chicago. Oct. C. I3s0.
Flour 4 M itS5 0
Ho;:-, ehlptMig $1 0" 40
. aiUe. " 4 rc.'-i, 4 75
Sheep 3 vi 4 40
To the Citizen's of the County aiid State
I have now ready for market 100,000
Wiiite 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
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 ot Mickelwait & Sharp,
7tf . on premises.
IMPORTANT TO AGENTS. THE LIFE OF
t ti t..S. J A .11 KM A. t A ICF1 K I, t.
Ity bis personal friend, Ma.kik 1h niv. Editor
N. V . -Mail, t tlie only edition to which Gen 1
Garfield has eiven personal attention or facts.
Heautifully illustrated, printed anil bound.
"The best." N. v. Commercial Advertiser.
"The neatest." N. Y. Herald. "The most use
fill, sensible and satisfactory." N. Y. Tribune.
Full length steel portrait by Hall, from a pic
ture taken expressly for this work. Active
Ajjij.m IVatilfil. Liberal terms. Send .-i.eo
at once for complete outfit. A. 8. HARNES &
CO., Ill & 113 William St., New York. 25U
You are Sad and Lonely,
And it's all on account of your indi
gestion. Brown's Pepsin Tonic fur
nishes the stomach with the active
principles of digestion ; gives tone to
the system and cures dyspepsia. For
sale by J. II. Buttery, Smith, Black &
Co., and O. F. Johnson, Plattsmouth,
John Painter and Dve Sc Dentree, East
Plattsmouth. ' 27tf
Wo wiii t;.-iy AirruLs a wnary jf lx neriaomb
and pxprn.", or a i low a lri; commissirMi, to sell our
Bwn i woi.'le ! I'll 1 iriTvnt ii:ii a. he mean what w any
BOOTS AND SHOES,
shoes and roots,
AX EI CAP
22tf AT JIE11GES'.
Misses Herrmann & Wurl have a
variety of trimming silks and velvets,
feathers, ami a news stock of fancy
goods which tliey invite the ladies of
the city and county to call and exam
ine, also new hats in all the latest
Pepperberg's cigars are the most
reliable for purity and fineness in qlal
ity, and are far superior to any other
make. Ask your dealers for them.25tf
Money to Loan.
On good farm property on longtime.
Apply to J. W Jennings,
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. 25tf
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Sclilegel & Niemann's,
opposite r. U.
In the matter of the estate of Crandal Sb-'w,
deceased. In the County Couit ot Cass
Notice is hereby given, that J. ,T. Roberts
administrator f the estate of the said Craudal
Shaw deceased, has made application for
final settlement, and that said cause is set fir
beariugat my oilice at Plattsmouth. on the loth
day of November, A. J)., isso. at 10 o'einck A.
M. on said dav ; at which time ami place, all
persons interested may be present and examine
A. N. Si'i.iavAN-. County Judse.
riattsmouth, October 6, 180. 2;t3
In the matter of the Estate of George M. Lev
ing. Deceased. In the County Court of Cass
Upon reading and filing the duly verified pe
tition of Maria Leving praying that adminis
tration of the estate of Geoisie M. Leving de
ceased, be granted to her : Ordered that notice
of the pendency of said cause be published in
the Nel;r:ika HF.HAl.u.a weekly paper, print
ed, published, and in general circulation in
said county, for three consecutive weeks, and
that the hearing of said cause be set for the
third day of November A. D.. lssn. at 10 o'clock
A. M. at the oflieo of the County Judire. at
Plattsmouth. at which time and place, all per
sons interested may appear anil show cause, if
any t'ey have, why administration of Hfd es
tate should not be granted to the paid Maria
Leving, according to tlie prayer of said pe
tition. A. N. Sn.LiVAX. County Judge,
riattsmouth, October 6, 1SSO. 2'Jt3
Oeorce W. Rue will take notice that on the
2d day of September. A. D lsso. E. J. Mathis, a
Justice of the Peace of Salt Creek Precinct,
C;.ss County, Nebraska, issued an order of at
tachment for the sum ef fifty-seven dollars
S.iT.oo) in an action peudimr before him. where
in Mose Kefer is plaintiff, and George W.
Rouse is defendant ; that property, consisting
of one header box. out half of one header box,
and a three-fourths interest in one Haines'
header, has been attached under said order.
Said cause was continued to the 211th day of
October, A. D. IssO, at 10 o'clock a. 111.
MOSES KEEPER, PItfT.
September 20. lsSO. 2st;J
Notice is hereby given that Amelia Peterson
ha.s tiled an instrument in writing purporting to
be the last will and testament of S. J. Peterson
deceased. Upon tilirg said insurument, it is
ordered that all persons interested therein 'be
notified that the hearing of said cause is set for
the l tth day of October. A. D. lo. at 4 o'clock
p. nt. on said day, at the office of the County
Judge, in Plattsmouth City, Cass County, Ne
braska, at which time all persons interested
may appear and how cause, if any they have,
why said instrument should not be taken a the
valid last w ill and testament of said deceased
and admitted to probate.
A. N. SULLIVAN, County Judge.
September 22, 1880. 2713
Ry virtue of an Order of Sale issued by W, C.
Sliowaller, Clerk of the District Court within
and for Cass County, Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I will, on the 23d day of October, A. I.
lsi. at 10 o'clock a. m.. el said day, at the
South door of the Court Houe. in said County,
sell at Public Auction the following real estate
tif-wit: The East half t'i of the South West
quarter Ow1) of srclion thirty-one (31), town
ship eleven tin. North of range twelve (12) east
of the sixth tOth) P. II., in Cass C'ouutv, Ne
braska. The same being levied upon and taken
astlm property of Harvey Carper. Agnes C.
Carper and Cvrus H. McCormlck, defendants,
to satisfy a judgment of said Court recovered
bv AhniraO. Woodruff, plaintiif.
"Plattsmouth, Neb.. St 13th. A. D lso.
2615 K. W. HYERS, Sherifl Cass Co., Nth,
P.y virtue of an execution. Issued by W. C.
Showalter, Clerk of the District Court within
anil for Cass County, Nebraska, and to me di
reeted. I wiil. on the ItHh day of October, A. D.
iso, at 10 o'clock a, m.. of said day. at the
South door of the Court House, In said County,
cell at Public Auction the following real estate-to-wit
: Lot ten (1(), in block one d) North and
one (1) East : also lot one (1 . two (2) and threo
(3. iu block one (l) East ; all of the above de
scribed property being located in Rock HlulTs,
Cass County, Nebraska. The same being levied
upon and taken as the properly of Joseph Stoe
ra and Henrv Shera. defendant, to satisfy a
judgmeut of said Court recovered by Luck Mc
Comas and Patterson, plaintiffs.
Plattsmouth, Net).. Sept. 13th, A. D. Isso.
2;r. R. W. HYERS. Sheriff Cass Co.. Neb.
J. E. Jeffries will take notice that on th 14tU
day of September, A. D. lsso, K. J. Mathis, 1 1
Justice of the Peace of Salt Creek Precinct,
Cass Couutv. Nebraeka, issued an order ef at
tachment for the Mini of twenty-live dollars
and sixty-one cents (25. t'd ), in an action pend
ing before him, wherein E. A. Ryder & Co. are
plaintiffs, aud ,T. E. Jeffries is defendant ; that
property as follows has beeu attached under
said order, to-wit : 3 Comments on the Bible :
3 Histories : 5 Missal Rooks : 4 Histories of
France ; 1 Hymn Book ; 2 Music Books ; I Fam
ily Bible. Said case was continued to the 2lith
dav of October, A. D. isso. at 2 o'clock p. m.
27t3 E. A. RYDER & CO., Pit Us.
Notice is hereby given to all pel-sons interest
ed in the estate of Frank and Andrew Deitrieh
miuor heirs of Joseph Deitrieh, deceased, t
appear before the Hon. S. It. Pound. Judge of
tlie District Court within and for the Second
Judicial District, at bis Chambers iu the City
of Lincoln, in the County of Lancaster, and
State of Nebraska, 011 tll 21st day of October.
A. D. isso. at 1 o'clock p. m., to show cause, if
any they have, why a license to sell and c-mvey
tlie real estate of said minors should not be
granted to their guardian, according to the
prayer 01 tue petition in said caue.
OEOROE SCHOEMANN, Guardian.
September 14th, Isso. 20ti
Commissioner's Sale of Real
Notice is hereby civen that bv virtue of an
order of sale issued out of tlie District Court of
Nemaha County, iu the Stale of Nebraska, 'and
once more comes forward with au entire new
Stock of the finest Piece Goods ever brought
into riaiisniouin : 1
EVERY GARMENT CUT IS
WARRANTED to FIT
Hundreds go there and they are
Shop opposite the Com t House. Give him a
call and examine for yourselves. 48tt
All holders of B. & M. R. II. Contracts
for Land purchased of that Company dur
ing the year 187'J and prior to that date
are liable for the 1879 tax.
They became duo January 1st, . 1880,
were delinquent after May 1st, 18S0, and
if not raid by the first day of November,
ibbtj, the lana will be sold lor taxes.
The Company's Agent, for the purpose
of paying Delinquent Taxes on its sold
lands, will visit the County Seats tho last
of October, and all purchasers of R. R.
lands should pay their Taxe3 by October
lutn, it not bciore, in order to save addi
J. JJ. JlCFAKLAND,
Land Commissioner B. & M. .. R. La Net).
Is Leased to
wlio will, clsBi'liig tltc
With their immense stock of
d! MAIN STREET, PLATTSMOUTH NEB.
P : , -
S. S. MAIN STREET.
decree rendered by the said Court iu a cei lain
a 'lion therein pending, wherein Bryant Cobb It
plaintiff, and Martha Finley, Nancy Allison,
Clark Cobb, Williamson Cnhh, Pinkney Cobb,
( lay Cobb, David Cobb, Catharine King, Mar
tha Conner, Franci Cobb, Seynioure Cobb,
Nancy A. King. Williamson R. W. Cobb. New
ton C. Woriev. Louisa Ionian, Martha N. Mc
Oabii, Elia. Nelon. Martha C. Kell, and John
A. Irwin are defendants, we will oiler for sale
at public auction, at the door of tho Court
I louse, in Plat turnout h, in Cass County, Ne
braska, oil Saturday the autli day ol October,
Isso, at one o'clock in the afternoon of that day
the following real estate in Cass County. Ne-braska,to-wit
: Tho northeiist quarter (tie '4)
section fifteen, 15) town eleven, (11) range ten,
1) east liW acres). The southeast quarter (se',)
section fifteen (l.'i) town eleven (It) range ten
(10) east bio acres. Tint northwest qiiarterdiw U)
section fifteen (ir) town eleven (11) range ten
(po east, liio acres, known as "Hn'lin's Kanclie."
Tkums of Sai.k : One half cash, balance in
one and two years, with 10 per cent interest, se
cured by mortgage on the land.
William II. Hoover, p..,,,.
Davipson Plasters. J co rs"
J. II. Ehoadv, Attorney. 2St t
J. E. Jeffries will take notice that on the l"th
daywf September, A. D. isso. E. J. Matin, a
Justice of the Peace of Salt Creek Precinct,
Cass Count v, Nebraska, issued an order of at
tachment for the sum of fourteen and ro-ioe
dollars (14..r(ii in an action pending before him
wherein W. W. Gullion Is plaintiff, and J. E.
Jeffries is defcudant ; that property, consisting
of one derrick, complete, and three large iiou
drills, has been attached under said order.
Said cause is continued to the 2'Jth day of Oc
tober, A. D. isso, at 2 o'clock p. 111.
W. W. GULLION, PI t IT.
September 2, ISSO. 2t3
In the Distrtct Court of Cass County, Nebraska
Dennis Dean, Plaintiff, 1
J. W. NewMim, P. A.
Gould and Ann 11.
J. W. NewHum, defendant, will take notieo
that 011 the l.'tth day of September, isso, Dennis
Dean, plaintiff herein, filed his petition in tlie
District Court of Cass County, Nebraska,
againvt said defendants, the object and prayer
of which is to foreclose a certain mortgage, ex
ecuted by J. W. Ncwsum to P. A. and Ann II.
Gould, defendants, and assigned to this plain
tiff, upon the West half (w ".,) of the North East
quarter (ne) of s'eelion seventeen (17), town
snip twelve (12), range nine (U) East, to secure
the payment of four certain promissory notes,
dated February tith. IsTii. and due respectively
in two, three, four and live years, for the sum
of two hundred dollars (..(!) each, the first
three of which notes were aSHif-ned to this
plaintiff. That there is now due upon oanl
notes and mortgage the sum of six hundred
dollars (StMi) with twelve per cent. Interest
thereon from Febiuary nth, ls77, together with
a reasonable attorney s fee, a.s provided iu Kind
notes and mortgage, and for unpaid taxes upon
said premises. And plaintiff prays that said
premises may be decreed to lie sold to sati.-ly
the amount found due thereon.
Yon are required to answer said pet ition on
or before the 1st dav of November, ISso.
DENNIS DEAN. Plaintiff.
By Ol AFMAK & Mathkws. bis Attv's. 2714
J. A. CAMPBELL
Can bo foumiat the old
Howland Blacksmith Shop,
Corner of Vine aud Sixth Streets,
l'iattsmouth, ... A'ebrnuLa,
He will do all kinds of
noiisi: siioi:i., &
In his line. The followiiig'arc his prices :
Horse Shoeing, netp shoes 40 els
Resetting Shoes 20 "
Plows Sluupened 25 "
Shovels j)o in led, per set $2.00
Warranted as good as new.
He guarantees to do all work iu a workmanliko
AND WILL GIVE SATISFACTION
p3 .'-L, v? A certain cure for Nervous
-tj TJr Debility, Seminal Weak-.-in.
a v ness. Impotence, etc.
The Recipes used in my practice for 25 Years
ana an illustrated book or 00 panes ptvlng lull u
rections for self-treatment, sent free. Address
DE, T. WILLIAMS. 435 . Mater St.. Milwauiea. Uii
x..j Va--j ii
H. BAKER & CO.
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