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Dou't buy any clothing until you
have examined West-oil's new stock.
Only one price and no jockeying. 7t2
lr the best Staple ami fancy gro
ceries in Plattsmoutli, go to J. V.
Weckbach. - 43tf
Roberts sells wall paper. 51tf
Dressmaking, latest styles t Mrs.
S. S waits. Tt3
See Solomon & Nathan's new
For mixed paints go to Roberts'
Drug Store. 51tf
Court opened Tuesday and big
docket oil hand.
Gaze upon Solomon & Nathan's
new ad. on 2d p.ige.
Square dealing guaranteed at. the
Great Hed Store 41tf
Dcwii go t lie waters 'O,
Along the old Missouri. O.
NotU f Solomon & Nathan's new
Pi ice Lis . 1
Full - ; ck f Roots S2.25 at the
Great Red Store. 41 tf
Try X ilional Washing Powder
at W. II. ii.tk.er & Co.'s.
Speci 1 bargains at the Great Red
Store tor '') days. 41tf
The .v.MT fr th'J new hotel v.as
dug and laid last week.
Orgai.s cleaned and repaired by
James IV. tee. , tf
Road Solomon & Nathan's new
Price List on 2d page. 1
TwenU yards best print for 31.00
at the Great lied Store. 41tf
The lb st train uut for Omaha on
Saturday over tiie U. & M.
Come and sea the inducements we
are offering. Great Red Store. 41tf
The rrver has fallen to about 12
feet above low water mark.
See how cheap they sell furniture
at trie (J rent Red Store. 41 tf
Ste Advertisement of "Cottage
House" in this week's paper.
New Millinery supplies constant
ly arriving, at Mrs. S. Swarts. 7t2
J. A. Connor has been putting
several improvements on his house.
The County Commissioners opened
their session Tuesday in due form.
The finest line of white and color
ed slurts in the city at Wescott's. 7t2
If you net il furniture call on the
Great Red store and get low prices.41tf
New Piocess Roller Mill Flour.
Rest mad;1, for sale at W. II. Raker &
S. M. Kirkpatrick cailed Saturday
and gave us a heap of 'holesome ad
vice. Clothing almost given away at the
Great Red Store, save money by seeing
us first. 4ltf
The last and ninth child of I. N.
Hicks and wife was buried last Satur
day. Embroideries and insertions, a
splendid lot, just received at J. V.
I sell the best and cheapest bcots
and shoes. I defy competition.
4tf Peter Meuges.
An infant daughter came to the
house of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neville
A full and complete stock of
Gents' furnishing goods at very low
prices at Wescott's. 7t2
Cap!. Palmer is plann.ng exten
sive improvements to his present res
idence, we understand.
Finest line of diess buttons ever
brought to town, and no mistake, at
J. V. Weckbach's. 52tf
Mr. Hicks has sold his building
and lots in the western part of town
to A. Smolensky.
The beer supply ran short in
town last week for a few days and the
beer drinkers mourned and wept.
Crites and llamscv, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House, i'lattsmouth. Neb. 5t(im
An elegant assortment of linens,
toweling, tablecloths, etc., now m stock
at J. V. Weckbach's. 52tf
The editor of the Euteipii-e
shaketh with the ague and groaneih
at his sad fate. He has our sympa
thies. Our old friend Gvger is on hand
this spring to paint your house your
weil, your barn or anything you want
Once more we are in communica
tion with the outer world, and trains
run regularly and on time to Omaha
Trains of Hat cars loaded with
stone were constantly unloading on
the trestle work of the bridge during
tit 3 late rise.
In justice to yourself and family
yon should save money. Therefore
price at the Great Red Store before
buy ing elsew here. 41tf
We are pleased to learn that Mr.
A. W. McLaughlin is getting better
rapidly and with no back-set will be
out in a few days.
For constipation, cosliveness and
indigestion, take Dr. Marshall's Rroin
ohne. Rig bottles. Price fifty cents.
Druggists will get it for you.
Six young beavers wero for sale
on Main St. last week. They had
washed out somewhere and were
caught by the party trying to sell them.
when you feel weary and listless
are debilitated your appetite is irregu
lar, trv the Rig Blood and Liver Med
icine, Dr. Marshall's Rromoline.
Dr. S-.hildknecht received the sad
news last week of the death of his
father in Indiana. His professional
duties prevented his attendance al the
If "Jim" will send his legins to
the address not signed on a postal
card, Cap. Marshall has, the man that
wants eiu can wade in as deep as he
Mr. Culver, of the Milford Mills,
who was here to sell some of their
famous flour the olher day. sends the
Herald a sack to try. Raker & Co.
have the sal? of this flour, it is made
by a new process and is said to be very
Henry Van Horn comes back to the ;
old fold again. j
Walter Mutz of Eight Mile Grove
takes the Hekald spite of politics.
We noticed the familiar face of Wm i
Stadelmann on the streets yesterday.
The'd Livingston and Fred Stadel- j
mann were down the first of the week. ;
Chas. Page, formerly of Concord,
now out near Ashland called Monday. I
Ren Hoover, Judge Newbury, and '
Mr. Walradt from Louisville aredown !
Boss Dill of South Bend. came to see
us Friday. Wish we had been in.
Come again, Mr. D.
E. R. Watson, a large Real-Estate
agent of Nebraska City, has been at
tending court thir week.
John Chase, of Sarpy Co. was in
town last week. Why didn't you
come and see us, old boy.
Miss Ola Barnes has been visiting
at Lincoln and taking part in some of
their concerts, we understand.
Mrs. Chas. R. Dak in who has been
visiting us for several weeks started
for her home in Burt Co. to day.
Mr. 0. II. D:ll, of South Rend, called
upon us during our absence from the
office. We regret not having seen him.
Mr. II. L. Messner, of South Bend
called to see us and ensure a visit
from the Hekald for the ensuing
Mr. Wm. Dawson, who has been
with the Vice President all winter at
Neb. City, is making head quarters in
this city again.
Messrs. Ossenkop, Erhart and Law
of Louisville called upon the Hekald
and put themselves ahead for another
Dr. Chapman, of Lincoln, came down
the first of the week to see his old
Plattsmouth friends and take a look
at the raging Missouri.
P. A. Barrett, of Weeping water
called Saturday on his way home from
Chicago. He came ocross the river
afoot, horseback, in a boat and by cars
all at once.
Joshua Murray called last week; we
are sorry to learn he has been crippled
more or less all winter by broken
shoulder. He is all O. K. nearly for
spring work, though.
Mrs. Hinkle and family returned
from Michigan to I'lattsmouth last
Saturday and will again make this
their home. They find Nebraska is
the best state to live in after all.
Mrs. W. M. McLennan arrived in
the city last week. At present Mr.
and Mrs. McLennan are boarding at
Mrs McCrea's but will po to house
keeping in one of Capt. Palmer's new
houses on Pearl St. as soon as finished.
Mrs. E. M. Yates and daughterstart
ed for New York last Monday, where
they will take steamer for Europe.
Mr. Yates accompanied them as far as
Chicago. Mrs. Yates gees to spend the
summer with her mother and sister,
who are already there, and will return
in the fall.
J. W. Clark, the Lightning Rod man
is in town.
Understanding that Byron was about
to embark in a venture that might re
sult in storms or squalls, Johnny came
up to see if a new lightning rod would
avert the danger or render the elec
Ed. Murfin of Neb. Citv, Attorney
at Law and inventor of the Prohibi
tion tactics in justice courts is attend
ing our courts. He helped rescue the
sufferers from the bottom near Percj
val, and represents the suffering as
great in many instances and not ex
aggerated by the Press.
A brother of Dr. A. L. Childs
from old Vermont has been visiting
the Doctor and the rest of the world
here. He arrived just ii. time to see
the big waters and is one of the few
w ho coming west will not be disap
pointed in the Missouri and go home
thinking it is a one-horse river.
Andy McLaughlin Esq. our banker,
has been very sick with billious in
termittent fever. At first it was re
ported that "Andy" had only the
"Dutch" measles and the boys were
disposed to treat itasajoke, but when
they found he was really sick they
rushed up there by the acre to console
and help him "bore it."
There is but one verdict, and that
is, that in thirty-three years Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup has never failed to cure
a Cough, Cold or General Hoarseness.
At tlrug stores. Price 2"i cents.
Lightning Rods No humbug.
If you want your houses or barns
rodded. and put up in good shape, no
fraud, no humbug, go to J. W. Clark
Weeping Water. 7tf
This is the way they go-"just got
in all safe and sound but rather jaded
and sore. Took a street car and rode
up to the Colvin Heuse. Start West
by next train. XV. C. Sampson."
If you want any kind of Green
house or bedding plants, cabbage, to
mato, celery or sweet potato plants
from W. J. Ilesser leave your orders
at Bennett & Lewis. 6t2
Our old friend. Dan Smith, -the
boss painter at the B. & M. shops
helped the printer by paying up to
January 1st, 18d2. Good example,
who will be the next'?
The best and cheapest.
The finest and neatest
Shoes and Slippers
For little trippers
al Merges'. 4tf
There are many forms of nervous
debility in men that yield to the use
of Carter's Iron Pills. Those who are
troubled with nervous weakness, night
sweats, should try them.
The public are indebted to Dr. J.
C. Aver & Co.. not only for their stand
rad medical prepaiations, but also for
improving the looks of the community
by their incomparable Hair Vigor.
If you want to buy or sell city proper
ty of any kind
If you want to buy or sell a farm of
If you want money with farm lands
to secure it call on
Will S. Wise,
46m5 Fitzgerald Block.
Drugs -the largest stock at J. M
Gen. and Mrs. Smith's little
daughter is slowly but surely recov
ering. lion. J. G. Ovgen of Lincoln, and
U. S. Bank examiner for this district,
is in town.
The Pacific Junction Gazette
poohed at the Jdea of a big rise but
finally "caved" before the inevitable.
The, Lincoln papers have just
heard of the Stadter case. The Her
ald gave the particulars and his
Polish name long ago.
Somebody is running a jam up
ld-fasliioned four borse poetry mill
round here. Mike Schnellbacker and
j Godfrey Fickler have got it bad.
J Chambers, the harness man, has
i removed his shop further up street,
j and is now located one door east of
j Dovey's. We wish him success in his
Our clothing is the best made
that money will buy; our expenses
are very low and we are satisfied we
can show you great bargains. Call at
C. E. Wescott the Boss Clothier's. 7t2
The flume just off from Main on
5th St. is finished and the t'ny stream
which now glides through it makes it
makes it look like a giant able to hold
a rushing torrent should it come.
This bting court week we offer
special inducements in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing goods and invite the
close attention of buyers from a dis
tance. S. & C. May er, next to Carruth.l
There is to be a wedding in town,
we understand, before many hours
and just too late foi the Herald to
chronicle this week. Too bad. Wish
folks would not get married on Thurs
Ambrose Patterson will bo here
this week with a car-load of fine cat
tle, and also a Hambletonian Roadster
"Stable-horse," to be kept here. Amb
rose thinks he has the beauty of the
Mr. Skinner, who is doing fine"
painting here in connection with Mr,
Gyger has just repainted and embell
ished some of Mr. Stadelman's rooms
in a manner that would do credit to
Di. Schildknecht with his usual en
terprise cannot let a spring go by
without building something, so this
year he puts a nice new office up on
his lot corner Main and 7th streets.
That's "biz" Doc.
Special attention is called to S. &
C. Mayer's new ad. on the first page of
this week's issue. They mean busi
ness, and will do as they say. Go and
convince yourselves if you want any
thing in their line.
The action of Carter's Little Liver
Pills is pleasant, mild and natural.
They gently stimulate the liver, and
regulate the bowels, but do not purge.
They are sure to please. For sale by
Smith, Black & Co.
The public has long since award
ed to Ayer's Hair Vigor the foremost
place among reliable Hair Restora
tives. It is effectual, agreeable and
absolutely harmless. It makes the
hair fresh and luxuriant, and old age
scarce and unfashionable.
Capt Palmer is putting up two
new houses on the north side of Pearl
St. between 8th and 9th. Mr. Love is
putting up two on the south side, and
Mr. Cummins is putting one up on the
same side further East, all for rent.
Uncle Perry P. Gass has caused
to l.e cleaned, painted, varnished and
otherwise garnished the law office of
Smith fc Sti ode till it shines like a
country parlor. He issues order No.
40 no chewing, spitting, leaning back
in the chairs or other vandalisms al
lowed for 30 days.
The City School board met and
organized Monday evening Mr.
Leonard was chosen President, Mr.
Isaac Wiles Vice President, Mr. Pol
lock, Secretary. Messrs. Wintersteen.
Wiles and Wise drew the long term
ai.d Messrs. Pollock, Leonard and
Greusel the short one.
In a little ravine which tuns back
from the bluffs along the river are
three or four dugouts occupied by
families, which would hardly be no
ticed by the casual observer, as the
stove-pipe chimney is t'te most prom
inent part of them. They reminded
us of eai ly Nebraska days.
For coughs, colds, asthma, in
short for any and all derangements of
the lungs or respiratory organs, or lor
any complaint tending towards con
sumption, nothing is so reliable as
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. In all ordin
ary cases it is a c-rtaiii cure, and it
affords sure relief even in advanced
Bob Donnelly has a new plow
scouring and sharpening machine
which seems to work splendidly. Bob
thinks his machine can beat Mike's all
hollow, and w e expect instead of the
"blacksmith's dream" next week, to
hear of the Blacksmith's duel. Plow
grinding duel, we mean. Long live
We want an express office here;
a stationery one, not a traveling outfit,
one where the citizens can go any
time of day in business hours and find
somebody to home. This town is
large enough to call for and demand
this, Mr. Corporate Express Com
pany. Please "catch on" and oblige
We recommend Carter's Iron Pills
to every woman who is weak, nervous
and discouraged; particularly those
who have thin, pale lips, cold hands
and feet, and who are without
strength or ambition. These are the
cases for which Carter's Iron Pills are
specially prepared, and this class can
not use them without benefit. Valua
ble for men also. In metal boxes, at
50 cents. See advertisement else
where. For sale by Smith, Black &
The Driving Park meeting was a
splendid success Monday night, all the
stock-holders were present and feeling
rich. A purse of $."i00 was probably
made up for spring races and GOO
more to pay for the new Improvements
and the last note due Captain Wiles.
Captain feels good and Andy Mc
Laughlin is getting better every day
on the strength of that S175 he's going
to get soon.
"Wine is a mocker, and strong
drink is raging." Take Prickly Ash
Bitters. It is not a beverage, but a
remedy for all ill effects of an excess
of intoxicaling stimulants. Don't
take a drink before breakfast "just to
wake yoH up," because you feel so
stupid and languid. You are sure to
feel worse as soon as the effect wears
off. Take a half wine glass of Prickly
Ash Bitters. It will brighten you up
for the whole day. t4
Mike Schnellbacker has a new
grinding machine for sharpening
plows, &c. It runs by horse-power
and Mike is awful proud of it. The
thing sounds like a thrashing machine
when it is running but Mike says it's
the "boss." Dick Reese don't like it
because the blamed thing makes such
a racket it cuts all his good jokes
short and spoils the "pint" of his
Something that will quiet the
nerves, give strength to the body, in
duce refreshing sleep, improve the
quality of the blood, and purify and
brighten the complexion, is what
many persons would be very glad to
obtain. Carter's Iron Pills are made
for exactly this class of troubles, and
are remarkably successful in accom
Dlishiner the ends desired, as named
above. Thev are useful for both men
and women. Price, 50 cents a box
See advertisement. For sale by Smith
Black & Co.
Among the things recommended
by Mayor O'Rourke are the following
w hich the Herald heartily endorses
"I would urge the cleaniug of our
streets, alleys and grounds and due at
tention to the sanitary condition of
our city, and thereby add to the pies
ent reputation of our city for health.
I would especially direct your at
tention to the adoption of measures
for the punctual collection of all back
taxes now on the city treasurer's
books, which if paid to-day would give
very material aid to our city, and do
justice to those tax payers who pay
I direct vour attention to the con
dition of our main streets and the
sidewalks and crossings on those
streets, believing that there is no bur
den that the tax payers and property
owners, would respond to as cheerful
ly, as to have our main streets in a
condition calculated to challenge the
attention instead of the contempt of a
stranger who chances to visit our
MORROW THORN DIKE At the residence
of E S. Child. Afln. Neb., April Otli,
lssi. bv Rev. W. Hamilton. James Mukhow
ami Miss Alick l". Thokndikk, formerly of
Gleudale, ( ass Co.
A good time was had, and the young people
go to housekeeping near here with the bright
est propped s. E. .S. Cmi.i.
HICKS -Departed this life April i!0th.
Isaac Moukison, infant sou of I. N.
Amanda C. Hicks, aged nine months
Sleep on sweet babe and take thy rest,
How soon released, how highly blest ;
From earthly friends thou didst remove
To those more worthy of thy love.
Farewell, beloved one, farewell.
Thy joys uo earthly tonuue can tell.
Thou art far removed from pains of earth.
To enjoy a nobler heavenly birth.
What though we drink of sorrow' cup?
'Tis not of tnose who have no hope.
Thy face ou earth no more we see.
But yet we all may come to thee.
O, may the grace to us be given,
To live on earth and meet in heaven !
bargains this week in clothing, hats
and furnishing goods at S. & C.Mayer,
next to Carruth. 1
A nobby line of spring suits at Wes
The newest latest styles in Hats,
just in at Wescott s Boss Clothing
Called this week to Solomon & Na
than's price list on 2nd page. It will
be of interest to every Dry Gocds
Buyer to examine their immense stoci;
before placing anv purchases else
where. You will save from 10 to 13
per cent by so doing and a word to the
wise is sullicienl. . It
A good girl or woman to do general
housework at the Pacilic House. Call
''He Are Anxious"
That every lady in Plattsmouth
every Dry Goods Buyer -shall s-e our
present stock, as we have endeavored
this season to make our house more
attractive than ever before. Candidly
speaking, we think our Calicoes,
Lawns, ami ilomie Cloths the pretti
est and our '-'ummer Silks,' Buntings,
Cashmeres. Dress Goods, White Uootls
tf't. the cheapest, our stock of Laces,
Em broideries. Trim n. lugs, II osiery,
Gloves, Fancy Gooils, Tits, Handker
chiefs, etc.. the most attractive, and in
consideration of the fact that we keep
the largest and finest stock at prices
that no other dealer can compete with
it is evident that by placing your pur
chases with us you will save from 10
to 15 per cent. Solomon jl Nathan. 1
A Losing Joke.
A prominent Physician of Pitts
burg said jokingly to a lady patient
who was complaining of her continued
ill health and of his inability to cure
her, "try Hop Bitters!" The lady took
it in earnest and used the Bitters,
from which she obtained permanent
health. She now laughs at the doctor
for his joke, blit he is not so well
pleased with it, as it cost him a good
Improvement for .Mini, mid Body.
For genuine merit there is no tonic
sold that begins to compare with Par
ker's Ginger Tonic. One 50 ct. bottle
contains more life and strength lestor
ing power than a bushel of malt or a
gallon of pure milk. As an appetizer,
blood purifier and kidney corrector, it
meets with astonishing success, and
invalids find its use promptly follow
ed by renewed energy and vivacity,
mental and physical improvement,
and gradual restoration t perfect
health. See other columns. Commer
From the stable of Samuel Twiss,
one and a half mile east of Louisville,
Cass Co.,Neb.,on Apiil 25th, 1881, One
Black mare about eleven years old,
white star in forehead, any informa
tion will be liberal- rewarded by the
7t2 SAMUEL Twiss.
Wtche. Stem vlndera ft SO. WMtemrtal BuatlDr
j. 1 niiuttiuo gold $&. boiidfmUltlZ. eiicpl n4 bo
for your own nn or pecul&ttv ruroo-s. Vltublt car
Uiacltsiiiitliin? Wagou mak
ing: and Repairing. Agri
J. JH. SCHNELLBACIIER,
Shop oa 5th, Between Main and
Streets, Plattsruontli, .
If you want smithing done, Mike U ready to do
What belongs to his line, and do it well too ;
He has learned his trade well, and his practice
He knows how to put on the finishing touch.
fle will make or rueud wagons, or plows, or
Or scraper, or sled, or eleigh, or wheelbarrow,
Or anything else that pertains to his line.
In all kinds of wood, ash, hickory or pine.
Horse shoeing is done on the most approved
And we're sure Mike will please you if anyone
And no one can fail to to see at first sight.
How important it is to have it done right.
If by any unskilled workman the ehoeing's
Your horse will go stumbling and blundering
And doubtless you will with a broad horrid
Declare he shall never be shod there again.
If you want anything made, or mended come
About prices and etvle. vou have nothing to
Some other workman may do pretty well.
But Mike our own workmau is bound to excel.
And now at the close permit me to say.
Vou should not expect him to work without
Good workmen are worthy (no doubt) of their
And thone who pay promptly, we always ad
31 L IT M A R It CT.
At this shop you'll find meat
some and sweet.
Sausage, pork, mutton and veal
And it is our belief, you'll buy
If you at this butcher shop deal.
He keeps always on hand the best
the land ;
Of such as your families need;
Others mav do well, out they cannot
For Fickler will still take the lead.
A good bargain you'll mae if you
w ant to buy steak ;
Or soup meat, or to boil or to fry,
You can have a good dish of whatever
Competition he well may defy.
This business provides for good pelts
Lard and tallow he'll both buy and
And you'll find this the case there's
no other place
You'll do better if you will quite
And this we may tell if you ve fat
cattle to sell,
Or hogs or fcheep that are nice;
You can bring them right here and
you need never fear,
But for them you'll get a good
Satisfaction to all who will give him
It is his intention to give,
For we're certain indeed, this belongs
to his creed,
Not only to live but let live!
A car load of best flour
A car load of feed from Schluntz's
mill at Hansen & Chassot's.
One pair of mules with harness. Ap
ply to James Pettee.
Now is your time to buy
FA KM MACHINERY OF
A big stock of Drills, Corn Planters.
Listers, Sec that must be sold at once
TO MADE ROOM FOR
11 EAPEUS, II A It V ITEk.s,
and Fall Goods.
Come now. Farmers, if you want to
buy at bottom prices.
of all kinds will be sold as the lowest
casl rates for 20 davs. F. Gokdek.
Arousing its Itea.lcrs.
An alarm of fire at midnight is a
startling thing. J ut not half so .-.tattling
to many who hear it as would be
the sudden knowledge of their own
dangerous physical condition. Thous
ands of ihousands are hurrying to
their graves because they are careless
ly indifferent to the insidious inroads
of disease and the means of cure. It
is the mission of II. II. Warner & Co.,
with their Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, to arouse men to a sense of their
danger tuid cure them. Memphis Ap
Take notice the undersigned has
lost a certain note dated Jan vary 11th
1881, for the sum of S2G8. made pay
able to Bearer and signed John Fitz
patrick. All persons are cautioned
against baying said note as it will
not be paid by the maker.
Weeping Water, Neb., Apr. 4, 1831.
Estimates of cost of protecting
buildings furnished on receipt of
length, length of rafters and number
of gables and chimneys.
J. V. Clark,
latest styles by
Dexter and Swarts
A good Farm Horse for sale. En
quire of Chittenden, Bros
5tf Plattsmouth ,Neb.
Apprentice girl to learn dress mak
ing. Call at Mrs. Swarts. 3tf
Of all kinds done by Mrs. A. Knee;
leave orders for the same at Mrs S.
Swarts' millinery Store. 43tf
Money te Loan.
Money to loan on Real Estate, at 9
per cent interest, tf D. II. Wheeler.
Come and See
The large stock of Spring Shoes and
Slippers, good and nice at Merges. 4tf
House and lot opposite Prof. V. XV.
Wise's residence, known as the Roxby
property. Enquire of E. G. Dovey &
Plattsmouth Mar. 11, 'SI. 32-2m
Money to Loan.
On good farm property on long time.
Apply to J. XV. Jennings,
.Notice lo 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.
At Elmwood the last Friday and
Saturdap of March. At Greenwood
the last Friday and Saturday in Feb
ruary. E. II. Wooley,
F. Beaumeister uow owns
No. 1907, dropped January 4th, 1878,
Sire, Kentucky, 2d, 758; grandsire,
Ktntucky 628. From imported Tran
sit, bred by II. S. Durand, Wis., which
it will bo remembered Chaplain
Wright brought here last year. This
bull is a thorough-bred Alderney, or
Jersey bull and will be kept for servi
ces this summe; at Mr. Beauraeister's
place nsrth of town, on the Platte
Valley road. All who desire the use
of such an animal slould call and see
J. F. Beaumeisteii.
Stock from a distance, pastured free
of charge after the first of May. 52 tf
Dr. C. C. Gilleland, Gallatin, Mo.,
writes: "I never used or sold a reme
dy for the Blood and Liver that gave
as good satisfaction as Ext. Saksa
taiulla. Dandelion and Iodide of
Potassium, Manufactured by the
Brown Medicine Company., Leaven
Dk. J. 11. Way, Hillsdale, Iowa,
writes: "I h ve used Ext. Sarsapa
killa. Dandelion and Iodide of
Potassium in my practice, and con
sider it the best lemedy ever made for
the Blood and Liver, and for Scrofu
lous and Skin diseases."
Dr.Shackel. Columbus, Ks., writes:
"Your Ext. of Sails a pa hill a and
Dandelion is the best medicine of
the kind in use."
M. L. Vinton, Oakland, Kas., says:
"My son, 10 years of age, was cured of
a scorfulous rising in the head, which
has troubled him from infancy, by
using six bottles of Sarsaparilla
For sale by J. II. Butterv, Smith,
Black d Co.. J. M. Roberts, and O. F
Johnson, Plattsmouth, and John Paint
er, East Plattsmouth.
Brown's Pepsin Tonic Cures Indi
gestion, and Sick-headaches bj furnish-
irg the stomach with the natural
principles of digestion. For sale by
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 to build a fire-proof house, before
the comet comes down, call on J. T. A.
Hoover. Louisville, Nebraska. 14tf
Rheumatic Cure, an internal medi
cine warranted a sale, certain ana
speedy curj for Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Lame Backs, Pains in the side,
Stomach, Kidneys, &c, &c. Smith,
Black & Co. have sold over one hun
dred bottles in the last two months.
Prof. Rice's Liglitninir Thorough
By use of this chart any one who
can sing a song can learn to accom
pany themselves on Organ or Piano at
once. The best tiling yet offered. Call
at Leonard's "Music and Art Gallery"
satisfy yourself, buy one, and learn to
play your own accompaniments.
Sole agt. for Lass Co.
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Schlegel & Niemann's,
opposite P. 0. :tt
Oh, What A Cough!
Will you heed the warning. The
signal perhaps wf the sure approach of
that more tenible disease Consump
tion. Afk yourselves if you can
afford for the sake of saving 50 cents
to run the risk and do nothing for it.
We know now from experience that
Shiloh's Cure will Cure your Cough.
It never fails. This explains why
more than a Million Bottles were sold
the past year. It relieves Croup and
Whooping Cough, at once. Mothers
do not be without it. For Lame
Back, Side or Chest uee Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Smith, Black
& Co. 6eowtf
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
Is it not worth the small price of 75
cents to free yourself of every symp
tom of these distressing complaints.
If you think so call at our store and
get a bottle of Shiloh's Yitalizer, every
bottle has a printed guarantee en it;
use accordingly, and if it does you no
good it will cost you nothing. Sold
by Smith Black & Co. Geowtt
We have a speedy and positive Cure
for Catarrh, Diphtheria. Canker mouth
and Dead Ache, in SHILOH'S
CATARRH REMKDY. A nasal in
jector free with each bottle. Use it if
you desire health and sweet breath.
Price 50 cents. Sold by Smith, Black
& Ct). Ceowtf
grain and produce.
Wednesday, May 4. 1881.
4 00C4 25
4 XXil5 IKI
Barley, No. 3...
NEW YORK MARKETS.
Nrw York, Mav 4.1881.
Money $1-02&?1 o.r.
Wheat 3 1 22
Cinrinn.Miv 4. 1K81
$4 60 4 5 OO
$5 86 :o
4 80 5 51
5 70tft 7 (Hi
Administrator's Sale of Real
By virtue of a liceHe to me issued by his
honor 8. B. round. Judire of the Second audi
eial DUtrict of Nebraska, at his chambers in
Lincoln. Lanca-tter Count v. Neb., dated March
loth. A. l. Iski, I will oiler for .sale at public
auction to Hie highest bidder for cah, at one
o clock j. in., on tne 23d nay ot May, A. i. ism,
at the front door of the Court House, on Main
street, in the city of i'lattiiioMth. CaH Couutv
Nebraska, the following real estate, belonging
to tile et-tare ot James o Aeil, deceased, to
The Fouth half (s',i) of the south east quart?
(se1) of the south west miarter (w4. and the
west half (w'.i of the north west ouarter (nwU
and the ninth west quarter of the xoutli
west quarter (wU) ot section number two (2).
township number twelve (12), north of range
number thirteen (13), east of the till principal
And also, commencing at a point ten and fifty
seven and one-half one hundredth (1057K,-loo)
chains west of the quarter (?) section corner
on tne norm side ol section nuinlier nineteen
0), in township number twelve (12). north
ranve number fourteen ( 14). east of the Otli 1
M., running thence south parallel with the east
line of Filth Sth) street, if continued south
from the oitv of I'lattsmoutli. seveu and seven
ty six and one-half one hundredths (7 TiJ'i-loO)
chains, thence west parallel witl) the north line
ot saiu section n uiuoer nineteen (i:n lour ana
seventeen and one-naif one hundredths (4 17'4
100) chains to a point in the east line of Rillingg
Avenue, if contiuued south from the north line
of said sectiou number nineteen (19), thence
north seven and seventy six and one-half one
hundredths (7 7(i!J-l0) chains, and intersecting
saiu msi line ol Billings Avenue on the line di
viding sections eighteen (is) and nineteen (ID)
thence east on the section line tour and seven
teen and one-half oiie hundredths (4 17'i-loo)
chains to place of beginning, ami containing
three aud twenty four one hundredths (3 24-100)
And also, the south west quarter (swU of the
northeast quarter (iict), and the southeast
quarter (se) of the north west quarter bw.4)
of section number nineteen (19). in townsliio
liumber twelve (12), north of range number
fourteen (14), cast of the (ah 1. M.. all of the
lorego'ng real estate situated in Cass County
i win also oner for sale on the same terms as
aiove an the right, title and interest of James
O'Neil, deceased, in and to the following town
lots, situated in the city of I'lattsinouth. Cass
County, Nebraska, as shown by the published
ana rccorueu pun oi saia ciiy. to-wit :
Lot number nine (9) in block number twenty-
Lot No.'ten (10) in block No. forty-four (11).
Lot No. one (1) in block No. forty live (45).
Lot No. live (.r) in block No. forty-seven (47)
Ixt No. ten (10) iu block No. sixty (00).
Lot No. eleven (11) In block No. sixtv (Xi).
Lot No. eicht (e) in block No. sixtv-two n;2).
Lot No. eleven (11) in block No. sixty-six (W),
Lot No. nine (9) in block No. ninety. five (95).
Lot No. twelve (12) in block No. one hundred
ana eleven (ill).
lAt No. eight (8) iu block No. one hundred
and sixty-lour (101).
Ixit No. liipe (9) iu block No. one hundred
and sixty-four (101).
Lot No. four (1) in block No. one hundred and
Lot No. live (5) in block No. seventy-four (74),
l.ot No. twelve (12) iu block No. seventy-lour
Lot No. four (4) in block No. seventv-five(75)
Lot No. live (5) in block ao, seventy-live (75).
i.ot xso. nve(.j) in block No. seventy-six (70).
Lot No. one (1) in block No. ei::litv-two 2).
lAit No. one (1) iu block No. one hundred and
sixty seven (It7).
Lot No. two (2) iu block No. two hundred and
The foregoing lands and lots will be offered
lot sale in sucn iracts, parcels or quantity as
may be deemed for the best interest of the es
tate, and the administrator reserves the right
io reject any or an nuis.
.1. YV. .IOHNSON.
Administrator of the e.-taie of James O'Neil,
By virtue of an order of sale issued by W. C
Sliowalter. Clerk of the District Court, within
and for Cass Count v. Nebraska, and to nie di
rected, 1 will on .Saturday the 21st day of May
A. 1). 18sl, at in o'clock a. in., of said day, at the
South iloor of the Court House, in the city of
i'lattsmouth. in said County, sell at public auc
tion the following Real Estate to-wit : The
South lialf (s'j) of the South half (s'i) of the
Southeast quarter (seU) of Section No. four (4),
and the northeast quarter (iiel4)of section No.
ninei'.i) ail in Township No twelve (12) North of
Range No. thirteen (l.t) East oi the uth r. M.all
iu CassCouuty 'Nebraska ; together with the
(irivilegesaiid appurtenances;! hereto belonging,
ihe same being levied upon and taken as the
property oi Jlenry ll. l ettit aini;h.iiza rettit. De
fendants ; to sal isfy a judgment of said Court
lecovered by Robert i. Doom, I'laintitT, and
assigned to Thomas B. iordon ; aud also a
judgment recovered by John Fitzgerald, De
fendant. R. V. HYERS. Sheriff, Cass Co., Neb.
Bv M. McKi.wai.v, Deputv.
riaitsniouth. Neb., April loth A. I), 181. 5t5
To nil whom it may concern:
The Commissioner appointed to vacate and
locite a load commencing at a point on the
east line of Section 19. Township n, i:ange,l2,
and running Southwest to the South line of
same section, at a point about 15 roils West of
the Southeast corner of Southwest i of same
section. Said road being known as No. 23 and
21. We desire said road to be continued due
South on the East line of Sectiou 19 to South
line of section and t hence W est to the South
west corner of Section 19, Township 1 1 Range 12
and teimiuating at said corner, has reported in
favor of the vacation and location thereof, and
all objections (hereto or claims for damages,
must be filed in the County Clerk's office, on or
before noon on the Mth day of June. A. 1). lssl,
or such road will lie vacated and located with
out reference thereto.
4t5 J. D. Ti tt, County Clerk,
i, i ,i H , I, , ohIii $&j Atltlrvrx
Daniel F. Bealty, Washington, N. .1.
GOLD MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR.
A new a. frrat Modi ore,
warrant 'd t ho best and che j
Mt, indiBpnftJiTle to evr.jr
mnn, entitled 'th Science of
Lire." bound in ftnst Fr n' h
nmslin, embossed, full f?i it 4)
price onij jfi.za sent oy uinu -I
illustrated sample, 6 c. ; rend
' now. Address PealxxW Medi
cal Instil lit o or It. WII.PAit-
MQW THYSELF. o.4IiulnnchsUBoatoa.
hare become the furor
it of the age; combin
ing comjon ana neaun
witn elcwsnce ol form to
remarkable degree, and
are tiivhlv fnauraea or
phTaieiana. They recerred
the Highest Award at th
Price $LS0 ana upwards.
Ladr f'anvajMiern Wanted
here. These corseta are not enia to merrnania.
Exclusive territory in Ten. Ajrenta make tn is a perma
nent and Profitable business. Send for terms to Mme.
Oriswold Co., 923 Broadway, V. Y. , or to General
Western Agents. J. B. Wygant A Co.. Fredonia, N.Y.,
i.B. Putnam, US State Street, Chicago, 111.
POSITIVELY CURED BY
I m w m
- M ...il
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved
And Can Frore What tee Claim.
W Tttm r wo 11 a re utirt tio diap
point men t a. If you are troubled wllh
M( Kl:41)AtHB you can beeaallyand
quickly rurfd. a hnndrecU have n
already. We ahull be pleatwt to mll ft
beet or teatl montmla lo atny Interfatod.
CARTER'S UTTLE LIVER PILLS
Alsocureall forms of Biliousness, preyent Consti
pation and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relievo
distress from too hearty eatincr, correct Disorder
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, an.'. HeR-uhUe
tho Bowels. They do all this by taking Just one
little plllat a dose. They are pnrely vegetable, do
not (tripe or puree, and are os nearl y perfect as It
Is possible for a ptll tote. Price 25 cents, 5 forfl
Bold by drufpists everywhere or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., NEW YORK.
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Mam street. Comer of Fifth.
I'LATTSMOUTH, - - - - NEB
Still Better Rates for Lumber
fl PffUTO WANTED t .,r the and F .
JlUCri I d Sell. or 1 irtrial Hook, and Bible, rncas
rc4ucrd-U per ct. -tiooil rublith'f Co., St- Low. Mo.
tlian anywhere west of the Mi.iiix.sippl Kiver
HEW IMPLEMENT HOUSE
Main, betw. Third and Fourth Streets,
East of Court House,
PLATTSMOUTH, IS" IE 33
ALL KINDS OF
tin best and latest improved patterns.
Satisfaction -(Sua ran teed .
know what I keep, and my Spriugand Summer
Mock is now ready.
Give Gorder a call.
Anything needed ou a Farm can be found here.
Iu addition, I have added ail kinds ol
Buggies I "Wagons
JST'DOX'T FORGET THE PLACK.
a week in your on town. Terms and
outfit free Aildiess. 11. llAl.l.Kl'T & Co.
l'oi liaiiil, .Maine. -jy
E. G-. Lovey &Son
AT TIIE OLD STAND,
Still find tliemeelvef at li'inie to Cas County
Fanners and all their old ciistomeiH.
We have this Winter our us
ual full and larger hue of
goods than, perhaps, ever be
fore. As the growth of the
country has demanded larger
stocks, and of a better class, in
have endeavored to meet that
Hats, Caps, Gloves I Mittens
for winter wear, we nave a
large and varied assortment at
of all kinds. Dress 1 rtimnings
of the latest styles. Buttons in
endless variety, our line of
is exceedingly large, and we
tf link, will selected.
ladies' shoes men's and hoys' hoots
and shoes, children's and
to suit all persons and all purses
A very full line of
ULANSWAIti: AXI NTOXKW.tltE.
winch you must nee lo nelei't from.
of standard grades,
ippnnofthe finest finalities, selected by our
1 uuu selves.
PnffODO f many brands, esperially our own
UUliutjll brand Of KHKSH KOALTKII (W KKK-
called the ".MEltUil E." Try it and see, Lefore
Dried Fruits of all kiud. fresli and sweet.
Fresh Crackers a Specialty.
CANNED CiOODS from all fiuartei-!. Very tine
I alilornla koous.
(iliEKX WINTER A1TI.ES
by the barrel or buhel.
In all these branches we t-lia.lt en
deavor to Fell nit low a nun our, and
ax is poHsiple to do a sicni urm
nkks. We invite attention and w ill
(how all t hat fall our ;oods. Don't
be afraid to ask for what you want,
ami call often and early.
3rni3 E. (J. DOVEY & SON. IMattsinoul U Neb.
12 a flay at home easily ninde
. free. Adtlresn, Tl'lik & Co.,
Co-tlv outfit fi
Successor to Srin.KOKi. & Nikman.
And dealers iu
SMOKERS' FANCY ARTICLES. SMOKING
Special I5KANDS and sizes of CIGAKS made to
order, and satisfaction guaranteed. Cigar
clippings old for sniokirr' obacco.
Main Street, one door west of .1. S. Duke's store
Plattsmouth. Neh. Iru3
GROCERIES OF ALL KIXDS.
Large stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST.
and in fact everything you can call for in
the line of
CASH PAID FOK HIDES AND V Villi.
All kinds of country oroduce taken in ex
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
ETC., ETC.. ETC.
Done with Neatness! Dispatch.
ti e only place in town where "Ttub v's pat
ent self adjustable horse collarsare fnlil.
AtiKXTM ' ATKI fortlie !!est and Fast
est Selling Pictorial Hooks and Bibles. Prices
reduced &l per cent. National J'ublishinir o..
reduced .'it T ecu
St. Iiuis, Mo.
Ct. TcsiepiL, 21 -
Is conducted bv an expert accountant and
sticce."-ful teacher. Instruction thnruifn mid
practical. Tuition lower than elsewhere. Full
particulars to any addres. ........
' 2itf THOS. .1. r.KYANT. Vre.
OK frw OOTlP'T'ly a home- Snmuli" worth
oO LU s)U.-,fre. Addreef.SriNsoN &Co,.
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