Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, June 09, 1881, Image 3
The Herald. LOCAL NEWS. O'Leary's "cut it." Huberts st-lls wall i.iier. 51lf See Windham & Campbell's new card. W. 11. Thomas went up to Omaha, Saturday. Drugs -the largest stock at J. M Roberts. 3tf Tin? Platte Valley House is full to overflowing: children "ooze out at every doorway. Excursion to Omaha Sunday. Hound tiip tickets 31.00. See notice elsewhere. I sell the. Lest and cheapest boots and shoes. I defy competition. 4tf Pktkk MEKGES. Mr. Win. Ilerold is iiuiroviiir the apeearaiic e of his store building by a new coat of paint. Fresh bread, cakes and pies, every dav, at tin Union Bakery, corner Main and Thiitl. lOtf The la ick yards are running nights days and Sundays, almost to supply demand fur brick. Orchard & Bean, the Oi pet Deal ers, Omaha. Pay 'em a visst. Quite .1 discussion was entered in to on representative citizenship at the Board of Trade, it seems. Another new Ut ot queensware and glassware at W. II. Jiaker & (Jo's.l Superintendent Wooley and Pro fessor Love attended the State Super intendent's Convention at Grand Is land last week. Ask ur grocer for Bremner's Crackers, and if he says he does not keep them, tell hirn h'i is a fraud and change your place of trading at once. 1U4 A rose by any other name would smell the same, but any Crackers but Bremnei's will not taste so sweet and delicious, not by a jug-full and don't you forget it. Frank Carruth is having some large cards printed for photographs of the new pay car and locomotives which have been built entirely in the shops here. Schuyler Colfax, Monday the 13th. See program elsewhere. Chas. Hicks, in Tipton precinct, broke his arm in driving over a bridge the other day. The team became frightened and threw Mr. II. off the bridge. Lightning Kods 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. Ttf ' All the small boys and girls go strawberrying now, and some of the larger ones can be seen wending their way towards the strawberry patches, too, sometimes. Mr. F. A. Murphy, ass't Mail agent on the U. 1. came in Tuesdy evening and called on the IIekald office yesterday. Come again Fred, the "printer" girls are always glad to see you. Elder Jones delivered a Temper ance lecture in the M. E. Church, Sun day evening, which was listened to by a large and appreciative audience. Elder Jones has been here attending the M. E. Conference this week. At a meeting of the Fire Depart ment last week, the following parties were elected to .-.ttend the Fireman's Tournament at Council Bluffs: C. Kohnke. Clias. E. Duke, A. O. Ashley, II. M. Bushnell. Win. II. Pickens. For mixed paints go to Roberts' Drugstore. 51 tf -Congressman Valentine and wife passed over the B. & M. t Omaha last week. We suppose the Enterprise man would have taken the seat by biro, talked sweet to him and then come home to abuse him as he seems to have done Paddock. Bremner's choice Crackers at J.eii pett tV Lewis'. Ut-i A. Mr. Barrett of Iowa has been looking at our Hotel lately. It is time the Hotel was "opened for the good of the town and the purse of the owners and we earnestly urge that reasonable terms be made to the first suitable and responsible man that will open it. A large rental at first is not near s.0. gre;it ;:i object as it is to have the right kind of man inaugurate its first year. Remember this, Messrs. (luthman Bros. No remedy has been found for fever and ague which proves so uni formly successful as Ayer's Ague Cure. Mason's fruit jars at W. II. Baker & CVs. 1 The strawberry and ice cream fes tival given by the ladies of the E. A. I1, was one of the finest affairs of the season. "A large number being in at tendance all the evening. . Part of the evening's amusement was dancing which was enjoyed by the young folks, The most interesting and exciting part df the evening's programme be ing the voting for two hand some baskets of flowers, one for the handsomest lady, and the other for the most popular lady in the room. After a most exciting contest up to the minute t lie polls closed. Miss Kate I)orrington won the basket for the handsomest lady by thirteen majority. The basket for the most popular lady was won by Mrs. C. Irwin, by - thirtjMive majority over several competitors. F It seems we should have had vis itors at our Camp Fire iad thing turned out right. Mr. (Jjuld informs us that a number of comrades intend ed to come, and the Journal gave us the follow ing notice: THE CAMP riKES. Are burning brightly near Plattsmouth this morning. The post of the G. II. of that city touched fire to the fag gots this morning and by evening the beacon lights will be shining oi. the hill surrounding the ancient city. The post invite their comrades from all parts of the state to visit them and participate in the festivities. In case ten or more of our eld soldiers desire tu attend, the 13. & M. will give them special rates. Personal. The Rev. Mr. Gallaglier is good to newspaper men. Mr. P. E. White started Chicago ward Wednesday. J. II. Pierce, the balloon man of the Bee was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Byron Clark spent a few days in the city the first of the week. C. II. Pannele's new handsome phaeton was overturned yesterday on the corner by Mathews. Judge Newberry, of Louisville called Tuesday. Glad to see yow. old fellow. Wes. Baker has started an orange stand. Eph. Holmes is clerking for him. D. Smith, J. C. Smith, and A. Smith all paid for the IlEitAUt this week . Dr. J. Hall went up to Norfolk, Tuesday, to attend the meeting of the State Medical Society. Mrs. D. II. Wheeler went up to Lin coln last week to remain during Com mencement exercises. Mrs. Hayes, of Omaha, spent a few day with her father, Capt. Marshall and other friends, last week. John Curry, the man that stole an empty grave .once during the war was down to help hold a camp fire. Mr. Hawksworth, master mechanic of the B. & M. Shops, returned from a business trip to Chicago last week. Howard Zink, Esq., was in town last week. looking first rate and full of hope and encouragraent for the fu ture. Miss Ida McConiga returned to her home at Lincoln, Saturday morning, after a two week's visit to' Miss Ola Barnes. Mrs. McLaughlin went up to Lin coln Tuesday, and Mr. McLaughlin left for Chicago and eastern parts Wednesday. Frank E. White and A. W. Mc Laughlin went to Chicago yesterday to buy the 1st National Bank there and move it to Plattsmouth. Mr. Sam Atwood spent a day in Plattsmouth, the first of the week, on his return trip fiom Texas where he h;is been viewing the country Mrs. It. R. Livingston, Miss Fulmer and Miss Anna Livingston went up to Lincoln Tuesday to attend the Com mencement exercises of the Universi ty. Prof. Jesse D. Anthony, the gentle manly assistant of Dr. O'Learv leaves for Michigan to-day. He is one of the pleasantest young men we have met lately. Dr. Fritcher, who has been in the store department of the B. & M. in this city for some time past, has been promoted to the position of storekeep er at Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Fritcher and son Har ry started Monday for Waukesha, Wisconsin, where Mrs. Fritcher will try the springs for the benefit of her health, Mr. Fritcher accompanying them "to see them located. C. II. Gould, Crtmniandei of Farragut Post No. 23. Lincoln. Paul Vandervort of Omaha one of theohl standbys of the Grand Army, and Hon. James Kyner of Douglas County (not Omaha j visited us Tuesday and helped us build our Camp-Fire. Fred. W. Wood, professor of German and French languages, and a very fine scholar will be here this week with a view of starting a class or two in thesw languages. He is a friend of Mr. McLennan, our lawyer, and is well recommended. Mrs. Bird took the afternoon train Monday enroute for Canada and her former home where she will spend the summer. This is a pretty long jour ney for a lady of Mrs. Bird's age to take alone, but we doubt not she will accomplish it safely, and enjoy meet ing old friends. Messrs Cox & Glenn, two gentlemen from Lincoln, are getting up a Direc tory ot Plattsmouth, which will be ?ery complete. It is to be printed at the Herald office, and when finished will be a I ook that every citizen ought to have. The gentleman above men tioned are reliable and conscientious in their work. The Herald knows them. Ben Barrows is home, the old Brick, we expect he'll think we ought to call him fine names now he's been a U. S. Consul, but they tell us he's the same old Ben, and if he is he wont care what we call him so its not too late for dinner, or for refreshments. If you aaid, "there goes a gentleman, you would'nt miss it much. Though if one could believe the newspapers, no gen tlemen ever goes into politics in America. Excursion Train to Qatnlia. The B. & M. It. It. will run an excur sion train to Omaha next Sunday morning, returning in the evening, the rates on which will be S1.00 for the round trip. This will allow all who desire an opportunity to attend the Saengerfest in that city. A Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Smith desire to express their most grateful thanks to this community for their generous sympathy in their late trouble and af fliction, and especially to the neighbors and friends, who with kind hearts and willing hands, rendered them so much aid during the long sickness and death of their daughter. -The Good Templars' Festival last week, was well attended, and turned out pretty fair financially. Our friend Brown was m luck once. Grace and Thierolf have newly papered and fixed up their "commer cial resort. The front looks elegant and is full of billiard tables and things. In the rear where the cock-tails grow and the license spouts at $500, and so forth, and so on Well we can't tell you about that aa Jim says no temper ance fellows allowed in there; Thir ol f says "dots so, too " and Coun cilman Schnellbacker knows how it is himself. Board of Trade. Plattsmouth Neb. Board of Trade met ill regular meet ing; roll called and a quorum found present. Communication from Council Bluffs Board of Trade read and ordered spread upon the minutes. "Coukcil Bluffs, Iowa. ) May 19th, 1831. j Secretary Board of Trade, Plattsmouth, Neb. Dear Sin: At a meeting of the Cauncil Bluffs Board of Trade, held May 10th, 1831, a resolution was adopt ed inviting your Board to appoint three delegates to represent your in terests in a convention called in this city June 21st, 81, for the purpose of considering the feasibility f establish ing and penning a line of barges on the Missouri River between this point and .St. Lewis. Will you please bring this matter before the Board of your city and ad vise me of their action as soon as con venient, liespectly Yours, E. II. Odell, Sec'y. II. M. Bushnell moved that the Board proceed to elect three members to represent this Board. On motion of G. S. Smith amended that the Pres ident appoint the delegates. The President appointed J. A. Connor, II. M. Bushnell and J. B. Strode as such delegates. Annual report of committee on manufactures read, approved and or dered filed. F. E. White, Secretary, of Board of Directors reported bill in favor of J. P. Young for $1.10 and recommended payment. An erder authorized on Treasurer for the amount. The leasing of the new hotel was discussed somewhat at length, af fer which the chair, on motion, ap pointed J. B. Strode, G. S. Smith and J. W. Marshall a committee to corres pond with Mr. O'Pelt, of Lincoln, and others with a view to assisting Guth man Bros, in letting and leasing the hotel to a good and competent hotel in. u. The publication of the city Direct ory by Messrs. Glenn & Cox was brought before the board. Mr. Cox made a brief statement of the work and submitted a proposition to the Board that if the Board would pay for a sufficient number of the books they would devote about twenty page to the publication of such matter as re lated to our city and its interests. On motion the Board agreed to take 40 copies of ,the directory at a price not to exceed $1.50 per copy. On mo tion a committee of three consisting of D. II. Wheeler, II. M. Bushnell, and J. B. Strode was authorized to write up the matter for publication in the City Directory. On motion the Board of Directors were authorized to receive the cop ies of the Directory when completed and report to Secretary authorizing an order for the money to pay for the same. On motion Board adjourned. J. B. Strode, Sec'y. The Camp Fire. As lias been announced, the Post of the G. A. R. held a glorious old Camp fire here on Tuesday evening. Commander Gould, of Lincoln, was down, Past S. V. C. of the Nat. G. A. R. Paul Vandervort, and Hon. James Tyner, of Douglaj county, not Omaha, were also present. The hall was well filled, many old soldiers from the county being present and such fun you never saw since the real old army days. The Post was called to order infor mally by Commander MacMurphy, and opened with a song of the Camp Fire. Col. Pierce, of the Omaha Bee, gave us a recitation and then followed a story by ex-Commander Livingston that set all the old Nebraska boys in a roar. Song followed story, and story vied with song until 10 o'clock, when com rade Gould gave us a very Heat little talk about the Grand Army and the heroism of the soldiers of the late war. Vandervort followed with a half hour talk on Andersouville and other matters of the war, closing by a pow erful appeal in behalf of the organiza tion of the G. A. It. The whole audience then sang "John Brown", standing. About this time bugler Thomas ap peared in the centre of the Hall and blew a 'dinner call" that set S. V. C. Twiss and O. D. Hoffman with a de tail of comrades to rolling in a lot of hard-tack and beans, with coffee black enough for any soldier. The boys just acted like children once more and squatted around in groups on the floor stowed away that commissary as if it had been sponge cake and "floating island." Ben Ilemple and Twiss and t he rest had bought about a bushel of beans and 20 lbs of pork for Hicks to cook. We laughed at them when they told us of the 20 lbs of pork, but it was almost entirely eaten up and not a bean was left to tell the tale. After the rubbisk was cleared away "The Army Bean" was sung "init a vim" and comrade Tyner gave his ex perience at Shiloh in a graphic sketch of army hardship and physical endur ance. The Post was called to order for a few moments to return thanks to our comrades for their kindness, when the audience "broke ranks" for home. Every oue was pleased, the wit the fun was immense, a number of ladies were out, and this the first camp fire in Plattsmouth (since the war) will be long remembered and spoken of by all who participated. The home glee club led by Mr. Mars land and Mr. Petteo rendered us ef ficient aid in making the evening pass gloriously. A chicken foraging expe dition by Johu Curry raised a huge laugh. Notice. Any person in the city who has rea son to believe their names have been omitted in the compiling of the city directory will please leave their names, former residence, occupation and pres ent residence wiih J. A. MacMurphy at Herald office or with D. II. Wheel er at his office. Court House Matters. A committee from the Board of Trade waited on the County Com missioners yesterday in regard to cer tain improvements to.be made in the present CoU't House. Without enter ing into the county seat question at all, the Herald will endeavor to state the facts as laid before the com missioners: It is well known that the present Court House is totally unfit, incom modious and unsafe as a depository of records. There are no rooms for th Sheriff, District C'erk, School-Superintendent, or proper jury rooms. The court room is too small entirely, un healthy, inaccessible from the street. The Judge's stand is right on the street, and the noise of wagons ic, often make it "impossible to hear in court time. Every term, jury rooms are rented outside at considerable yearly cost. Small repairs, amount ing to a good deal in the end, are con stantly being made to keep the pres ent building from leaking, and make absolutely necessary storage for books desks and papers. The County Clerk's room is un safe. The present building is worth less as an investment to the county, the land it stands on is improving in value daily: It is proposed to raise the walls of the County Clerk's office to a level with the other part, extend the entire building, fifteen or twenty feet north, put a suitable uniform roof over the whole building, with good front and windows, remodeled to suit. This will give good Clerk and Treas urer's offices below in front as now. County Judge and Jury rooms in rear of these; the upper part to be finished for Sheriff, District Clerk's and County Superintendent's offices, not too large, in front of building on the street and accessible without going to rear of building. The rest of the room, a fair large one, for Court room, proper, with Judge's stand. Jury box &c. in the rear on north end. This improvement can be made for two thousand five hundred dollars. When it ia done the county will have a good building on valuable lots on Main 6treet, daily increasing in value, that at any time, if the county seat should be moved, or a new Court House built elsewhere, could be made at slight expense, into two number one store rooms, and hall above, and rent for a good interest on invest ment, or that would sell readily for cash to help build a new Court House anywhere in the county. A new Court House suitable would cost at least $25,000. The interest on this money $2,500 will make a very respectable building, that will answer until such house is built and the county owns it and can sell it any time for more than it cost. This is in terms the proposition laid before the commissioners. It is simply a plain business statement, and is offered as a fair and reasonable in vestment for the county to make and one that will save money in rents, ex penditures and small leakages all the time, and in no manner interferes with any future location of county seat. The need for immediate repairs on the present building is imperative, and enough money has been dribbled away in small sums in a few years to almost do this. The proposed plan will obviate that for the future. The Herald, without comment, submits the above as we understand it and asks the respectful considera tion of the same by the people and the commissioners. - Bean & Orchard, Carpet Dealers, Omaha, keep the best stock and sell he cheapest of any one. Try. -The best and cheapest. The finest and neatest Shoes and Slippers For little trippers at Merges. 4tf Come and See The large stock of Spring Shoes and Slippers, good and nice at Merges'. 4tf Carpets in every style at Bean & Orchard's, Omaha. Just go and see them when you are up. Wanted A few more day boarders at Mrs. Sage's, on 4th st. between Vine and Main sts. 2t Organs cleaned and repaired by James Pettee. tf Bremuer's choice Crackers at W. II. Baker & Co's. Ilt4 Ice! F. S. White is now delivering Ice daily to customers at remarkably low prices. Call or leave orders at his store, on Main St. lOtf Bennett & Lewis still sell Brem ner's fine Crackers and Cakes. 1114 For biliousness and constipation of the bowels, use Dr. Marshall's Big Blood and Liver Cure, Bromoline, a speedy and prompt cure. Only 50 cents. Let the dead bury the dead and the living use Dr. Marshall's Big Blood and Liver Cure, and be well. Big bot tle fifty eents. All druggists are agents. If you are nervous or dyspeptic try Carter's Little Nerve Pilla. Dys pepsia makes you nervous, and nerv ousness makes you dyspeptic: either one renders you miserable and these little pills cure both. Sold by Smith, Black & Co. Every woman who suffers from sick lieadache, and who dislikes to take bitter doses, should try Carter's Little Liver Pills. They are the easiest of all medicines to take. A. positive cure for the above distressing complaint; give prompt relief to dys pepsia and indigestion; prevent and cure constipation and piles. As easy to take as sugar. Only one pill a doss. Forty in a vial. Price 25 cents. If you try them you will not be without them. Sold by Smith. Black & Co. J. N. Wise. Negotiator of mortgage loans, on improved farm property. Terms rea sonable. 8tf Money te Loan. Money to loan on Real Estate, at 9 per cent interest, tf D. II. Wheeler. "nr Stmperauce Colnum." EDITED BT THE WOMAN'S CHBIgTIAN TKM VX19X. ' Eur God. aud Hume, and Native Land." Drinking Houses. In the United States there is an average of one for every three hundred and twenty peo ple, California takes the lead, having one saloon for every one hundred in habitants; Connecticut has one for every two hundred and twenty; Mass achusetts one for every two hun dred aud eighty ; Ohio one for every two hundred: New York and Penn sylvania, one for every two hundred; New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland one for every two hundred and twenty ; Texas, one for every four hun dred and twenty; Georgia one for every five hundred; Alabama, South Carolina, Arkansas, Mississippi and Virginia one for every six hundred: North Carolina one for every eight hundred; Vermont, one for every seven hundred and fifty ; and Mains ( ?) one for every one thousand. "Prohibition Does Prohibit." A walk tu rough the streets of topkka. It is cheering to the friends of Tem perauce and good order to witness the change so visible on our public streets' Since the first of May, there has been but one arrest for drunkenness. The city prison is empty. No convicts parraded on our street to work out tines, imposed fot yielding to the temptation to "licensed saloons." The effect is no less visible in the im proved condition of many poor fami lies. A siugle walk through our prin cipal streets would convince the most casual observer of the salutary effects of our "prohibitory laws". Over the door of one place that might have properly been called "The Gate of Destruction" is now in burnished gold letters, "American Express office." The spacious rooms have been thor oughly cleansed, and but from the lo cation could not be recognized. An other is a respectable "Jeweler's Shop." Third, an "Omnibus Office" and nearly all are occupied with men doing legit imate business. Three or four have continued billiard tables with soda water and lemonade. These will have to be watched, but our vigilance com mittees are on the alert, and thus far our mayor who, by the way, is the son of ,our honored President of the W. S. C. T. U. has. shown a deter mined spirit in the enforcement of the law. That there will be secret attempts to evade these restrictions we have no doubt, but the capital city of our State, the home of our honored and noble governor, is not to come under the authority of law-breakers, though it costs the same sacrifice of time aud money to enforce and sus tain the law that it did to arouse pub lic sentiment in its favor. We are glad to learn of the success of Miss Willard in the South. How glori ously the work goes on! "God be praised." Mrs. M. B. Smith. Supt. Temperance Mission. Fourth of July A meeting was held at the Court House Monday evening to arrange for a Fourth of July. Councilman Gor der was chairman and after some pre liminary debate, a committee on finance was appointed, consisting of Messrs. M. Schnellbacker, J. P. Young, R. W. Hyers, M. B. Murphy, W. D. Jones. The meeting then adjourned to meet to-night at the Court House to elect permanent officers and fix details. The above synopsis gathered from M. B. Murphy, was written and set up before the report of the secretary reached us, just as much obliged though. Horse Notes. Vauderpool & Black, Lincoln, send us a descriptive list and pedigree of the Ilambletonian stallions at their new stables in Lincoln. Ryseduke, by Rysdyk's Ilambletonian; Blackwell, grandson of old Ilambletonian and Tanapaco Messenger, a Goldust. Mes senger horse, all of which are described as fine horses of undoubted pedigree and good breeding qualities. Judge Kinney also sends us a des cription and pedigree of "Alarm" his highly bred trotting stallion. Alarm has eight messenger crosses, the Ilam bletonian, Blackhawk and American Star blood predominate. One of his colts, a yearling, to a sulky trotted a half mile in 1-40 at the last state fair. Harlan, Iowa, and Avoca, hang up 2,200 to be trotted for at a 4th July meeting, and invited "we uns' help 'em get away with the same. of to P. B. Hunt, Secretary, Harlan, Iowa. Bill Jones, Charley Holmes aud Jim Dickson have a foot race on our track the 4th. Jones and Holmes to sulky and Dickson to skeleton wagon, best 3 in 5 (quarters) each man to pack his sulky or wagon. Thos. O'Conner, one of the best conductors on the A. & N. was iu town Monday, taking a look at the familliar scenes in his old home. Headquarters for first class boots and shoes at W. II. Baker & Co.'s 1 Wanted A chambermaid and cook. Enquire at Pacific House, Plattsmouth, Neb. --Mrs. Chas. Smith, of Jimes, Ohio, writes: I have used every remedy for sick headache I could hear of for the past fifteen years, but Carter's Lit tle Liver Pills do me more good than all the rest. Sold by Smith Black & Co. W. II. Baker & Co. Sell Bremner's fine Crackers and Cakes. Ilt4 Remember that Vf. II . Baker & Co. will give you better figures on groceries and canned goods than any one else. 1 In Ayer's Ague Cure we have a positive remedy for fever and ague and all malarial disorders, and one en tirely free from quinine, arsenic, or other injnrious drugs. It is tr.e chem ical and medicinal triumph of the age. Collection Notice. Al! persons knowing themselves in debted to me by note or open account are requested to call and settle the same within thirty days from date as I must close ray books, and shall change my business somewhat after this date. Please be prompt. J. W. Thomas, m. d. Weeping Water, June 6th, 1831. 12. Lost ! Gold-bowed spectacles, between the Christian Church and house on Sun day evoning. The finder will please return to Dr. Schildknecht or to the owner, Mr3. Seay. W. II. Schildknecht. SPECIAL NOTICES. Employment for Ladies. The Queen City Suspender Company, of Cincinnati, are now manufacturing and introducing their new Stockiug Supporters for Ladies and Children, and their unequaled Skirt Suspenders for Ladies. None should be without them; our leading physicians recom mend them, and are loud In ther praise. These goods are manufactured by la dies who have made the wants of la dies and children a study, and they ask ua to refer them to some reliable and energetic lady to introduce them in this county, and we certainly think that an earnest solicitation in every household would meet with a ready response, and that a determined wo man could make a handsome salary and have the exclusive agency for this county. We advise some lady who is in need of employment to send to the Company her name and address, and mention this paper. Address Queen City Suspender Company, Nos. 147 & 149 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 819 Improvement for Mlru aud Bod'. For genuine merit there is no tonic sold that begins to corcpare with Par ker's Ginger Tonic. One 50 ct. bottle contains more life and strength restor 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 to perfect health. See other columns. Commer cial. 7t4 Money to Loan. On good farm property on long time. Apply to J. W. Jennings, ltf Plattsmouth. .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. At Elmwood the last Friday and Saturdap of March. At Greenwood the last Friday and Saturday in Feb ruary. E. II. Wooley, 42tf Superintendent. Alderuey Stock. Mr. J. F. Beaumeister now owns the ALDERNEY BULL, "WELLINGTON," No. 1907, dropped January 4th, 1878, Sire, Kentucky, 2d, 758; grandsire, Kentucky 628. From imported Tran sit, bred by II. S. Durand, Wis., which it will be 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 summer at Mr. Beaucieister's place north of town, on the Platte Valley road. All who desire ; the use of such an animal should call and see the undersighed, J. F. Beaumeister. Stock from a distance, pastured free of charge after the first of May. 52tf To the Citizen's of the County aud State. I have now ready for market 100,000 White and Fire brick, which we will sell at reasonable prices; p ties wish ing to build a fire-proof e, before the comet comes down.cal n J. T. A. Hoover, Louisville, Nebu .fca. 14tf Dr. Black's Rheumatic Cure, an internal medi cine warranted a safe, certain and 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. . 48tf Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per lb., at Schlegel & Niemann's, opposite P. 0. 7tf AUENTS AM) CANVASSERS Make from S25 to SO per werk selling goods for E. G. K1DEOUT & CO.. 10 ilarday Street, New York. 2V)1 Send for their Catalogue aud terms. Better Get It Now. It saves life and doctors bills. We mean Brown's Blackberry and Ginger; the most successful remedy ever in troduced in the South and West for the cure of Diarrhoea, Dysentery and Cholera Morbus. For sale by J. II. Buttery, Smith Black & Co., O. F. Johnson, and J. M. Roberts, Platts mouth ; and J. V. Painter, East Platts mouth. The Most Miserable Man on Earth Is the sufferer from indigestion. Those only know its horrors who have felt them. To such is offered not only a ray of hope, but a certainty of relief and certain cure. In the use of Brown's Pepsin Tonic. This wonderful lemo dy cures without fail, when taken as directed. For sale by J. II. Butterv, Smith Black & Co., O. F. Johnson, J. M. Roberts, Plattsmouth ; and J. V. Painter, East Plattsmouth. . To Be or Not To Be Bilious, depends on whether you use Brown's Vegetable Liver Pills or not. They have no equal for pre venting and curing biliousness. Try them. For sale by J. H. Buttery, Smitb, Black dV Co.. J. M. Roberts, and O. F. Johnson, Plattsmouth, and John Paint er, East Plattsmouth. Dr. Black's Rheumatic Cure is an internal remedy and is pronounced by hundreds who have used it to contain more true medical virtue than any other kind thrown upon the market in the shape of oils and liniments. It is warranted. Smith, Black & Co., pro prietors. Sold by P. S. Barnes and A. D. Marshall, Weeping Water, Neb. 8tf For Sale or Trade. A house and two lots in Louisville. House has five rooms and basement; good well on premises. Will take a team as part payment; will sell at a bargain. Reason for selling, I wish to move on my farm. Inquire of Samuel Hellwio,; . Louisville, Neb. 10U From the Hub. There Is perhaps no tonic offered to the people that possesses so much real intrinsic value as the Hop Bitters. Just at this season of the year, when the stomach needs an appetizer, or the blood needs purifying, the cheapest and best remedy is Hop Bitters. An mince of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Don't wait until you are prostrated by a disease that may take months for you to recover in. Boston 'J lobe. $2 Wttchc. Sum wluiten 13.3. Wlill. m.ul HantlncCx. li. Imilaltoa (aldtC boii.lcuUtli Chuiml ind M for your owl u.or.pcrultiv purpoar. Vlati. o- LEGAL NOTICES. Estray Notice. Tukeu up ly the subscriber, near South Bend, a red heifer calf, with the left ear slit, and the right ear cropped. Star la forehead. The owner can have the same by proving prop perty and paylujj charges at provided by law. Ai.o.v.o IlKATH, 1215 . South llend. Neb. License Notice. Notice Is hereby given that I have filed with the Countv Clerk oi Cas County, Nebraska, application for license to cell spirituous, malt, or vinous liquor, iu the town of loulxville, Cass County. Nebraska, In accordance with the law of iwl. 1H2 John Omsknkop. Legal Notice. In the matter of the estate of Sarah 11. States, Deceased. In County Court of Cass County, Nebraska. Notice is hereby given that upon reading and tiling the duly verified petition of Sarah E. I.ytle and Mary A. Carter praying fwr final set t lenient of the account of the executor of the last will and testament of the said Sarali It. States, deceased, and distribution, it is ordered that said cause be net for hearing on the 2xth day of June. A. 1. U'81, at IU o'clock a. in., on said day at the office of the County Judge in said County, at which time and place all person interested may appear and nliow caue. if any there be, why final settlement and distribution, of Kaid estate should not be made according to the prayer of said petition. A. 2f. Sullivan. 12t3 County Judge. Administrator's Sale. Nwtice is hereby given that in pursuance of a decretal order of sale made by his honor S. 11. round. Judge of the second Judicial District, ut tin regular term of the District Court Iu aud for Cans County, Nebraska, and on the fourth day of May, 18X1, I will on Friday, 3d day of June, A. IX 1M at the front door of the Court House in IMattsiuouth, Cass County. Nebraska, and at the hour of ten o'ciock of saiii day, offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder, for cash, all the right title and lut crest of all the heirs of David O. Shoopinan, deceased, late of Cass County Nebraska, in and to the following described real estate to wit: the west half 'i) of the Kouth eat quarter Ci) and the east half () of the south went quarter ('Oof section twenty weven (27), township ten (10). range twelve (12), east of the sixth 1'. M. situated iu Cass County, Nebraska. The administrator reserves the right to reject any or all bids. The sale will remain open for the space of one hour. It. 11. windham. Administrator of the estate of David O. Shoopinan, deceased. 8t4 Road Notice. To u-Uom It may concern: The section line road petitioned for by (i. M. Flower et al. coiiinienehig at Southwest corner section thirty-two (32) township eleven (11) range eleven (ll)ln Cass County ; running thence North three (3) miles to Northwest (uw) corner of section twenty (20), same township and ranee ; the same has been declared by the County Coinuiiftsioners an open road, and till objections thereto or claims for damages, must be filed in the County Clerk's otllce, on or be fore noon ou the 13th day of July. A. 1. IshI, or such road will be opened without reference thereto. 815 J. 1). Tutt, County Clerk. PLATTSMOUTH SILVER HELICON BAND, COMPOSED OF TiiiitTi:i; nicjiiiEiis, Is now fully prepared to furnish music for any and all occasions. A Thorough Organization with a complete and well selected repertoire of BRASS BAND MUSIC. Orders respectfully solicited. Terms reasonable Apply to J. P. YOUNG, r. O. Book Store, or lfftl J. FINl,EY JOHNSON, Sec'y. PLEASE REMEMBER that the Cheai-kst and Hkbt Plack to buy Staple ai Faicy Groceries AND First-Class Dry Goods, IS AT Tiie OLD RELIABLE STOKE OK Cor. Main and Third St's, Plattsmouth. r7"Stock alwaps fresh and new, and prices always ar the bottom. Call aud convince your selves. lOtf DR. A. G. OLIi!, 201 SOUTH CLAKK ST. CHICAGO, ILL. A regular graduate of medicine, longer located in Chicago than any olhr specialist. Over M years successful practice. Syphilis, Gonorrhea. Gleet, Stricture, Orchitis, Kuoture, and all Urinarv Diseases, (KMneys or Bladder,) Syph ilitic or Mercurial AffcctioiiH of the Throat, Skin or Boues, Cured Safely, Privately. Nuermatorrlica, Mrxual lebili;y. re sulting from Helf-Abuae. Sexual Excesses or over brain work, producing nervousness, neml nal emissions, debility, dimness of sight, defec tive memory, physical decay. confusion of ideas and I in potency, rendering marritfge improp er, are iermanently cured. Con-Jultation at ofllce or by mail Free. 4ulde to Health, 2 stamps. Medicines sent by mall or express. One guaranteed. Incurable caes not under taken. Miteial attention to Diseases of W omen. Reliable Female I'll 1m, I a Box. MAKKIAGE GtlD i: , 275 pages, a hundred pen pictures. Who should marry ; Who not ; iU-usnu why : Phys ical life of man and woman ; How to be happy in the married relation. The married and those contemplating marriage, shoulu read aud preserve it for reference. Price, 00 cts. in post age Stamps or Currency. A. G. OLIN, M. I.. 71 y 301 South Clark St.. Chicago. nnomuriv nnnrn nv Hi ruoniicLi uuncu oi Carter's! OlTTLE 1 IVER B PILLS. Wa Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved And Can Prow What toe Claim. W T1i-re are no fllnrw and to Hmp polMiMewUk. If you r troubled with tUClt HEADACHE you can bffatllynnd qulrltly ' r tired, mm hnodwU have burn mlrmHjr. We bII bo plfax-d to mifn Ihwt or tlmooliJ to any latfrwlfd. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Alio cure all form s of Biliousness, prevent Consti pation and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, rellero distress from too heart r catlnz. correct Disorders of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Retrulnto tbo Bowels. They do all this by taking Jast one little plllat m dose. They aro purely regouaie. do not ffripeor purge, and are as noarlr perfect as It Is possible for a pill to be. Price 25 oents, 5 for f 1 Sold by druggists crerywhere or sent by mall. CARTER MEDICINE CO.. NEW YORK. W. D. JONES, Successor to Jones & Agnew.J Again takes charge of the Old Brick Livery Stable. PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEBRASKA. The old Bonner Stahles. In IlattFinouth, arc now leased by W. 1). Jones, and he has on hand New aud handsome accommodations, in the shape of H OKIES. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, and SADDLE HORSES. I am now prepared to keep HOUSES FOR SALE TRADEI And will Train and Break Colts On Iteaeonable Terms. ALSO REMEMBER That with plenty of room (that every one known I have) in my stable, I can iret Farm ers' ftock aud wagons, loads ot hay, &c, under cover, where they will keep dry. Tliar.khin all the old patrons for their liberali ty. Ihoiicit their trade for the future, fatislied that I can accommodate them better and do better by them than ever before. 501y Y, D. JONES. MCIIOLS & SOX, Contractors and Builders. Having enlarged our shop and purchased a Steam Power Circle Saw, we are prepared to do an uniimiteu amount oi worn in our line in a KIKtfT-CI.AH MANN KR. and those who contemplate building will find it to their interest to Kf t eetimates from u before eivini; their work toother parties. Estimates made ou all kinds of work Fickk of Chakuk, We can vouch for it that Hall's Hair Renewer restores gray hair to its youthful color, prevents baldness, makes the hair soft and glossy, does not stain the skin, and is all together the best known remedy for all hair and scalp diseases. Wo therefore take great pleasure in recommending Hall's Hair renewer to our readers. Our dry goods and notion stock Is the freshest and largest styles and low est prices; don't take our word for it but call and prove it. W. II. Llaker & Co. 1 Purifiy the blood and regulate the bowels, if you would have health. There is no remedy equal to the Prick ly Ash Bitters for this purpose. They act directly on the organs concerned, going to the seat of disease and driv ing it from the system. Nor do they stop here, but strengthen the system, giving it tone and action, rendering it much more capable of resisting J1 future attacks. 1U5 BETTER GOODS -AND G&eaper Gfootfa than anywhere west of the Mississippi Klver AT FRED. GORDER'S NEW IMPLEMENT HOUSE Main. betw. Third and Fourth Streets, Kast of Court House, ALL KINDS OF Agricultural Implements, the best aud latest improved patterns. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ALL FARMERS know what I keep, aud my Spring and Summer stock is now ready. Give Gorder a call. Anything needed on a Farm can be fcund hero. In addition, I have added all kinds of Buggies "Wagons O -Jt- Xj IN SEASON. 3r DON'T FOllGET TIIE FLACE. tfC Da week in your on town. Ternn and ' Vuoullltfree Address, H. liALLKTT & Co. Portland, Maine. 4'Jly E. G. Dovey &Son, AT THE OLD STAND, Still find themselves at home to Cass County Farmers aud all their old customers. We have this Winter our us ual full and laryer lines of goods than, perhaps, ever be fore. As the growth of the pmmtrii Jtna tlrmnnil.eit. lnrnet I stocks, and of a better class, w4 nave enaeavorea to meet mat demand. In Hats, Caps, Gloves! Mittens for winter wear, we have a large and varied assortment at reduced rates. DBESS G-OOIDS of all ki nds. Dress Trim mi ngs of the latest styles, liuttons in endless variety, our line of NOTIONS t exceedingly large, and we think, well selected LADIES' SHOES MEN S AND BOYS HOOTS AND SHOES, CHILDREN'S AND MISSES SHOES. to suit all persons and all purses A very full line of tiiLANNlVA ItK AMI HTOXF.WAItK. which you must see to select Iroiu. G-ROOBBIBS I Sngars of standard grades. rnpnfloftbe finest qualities, selected by our- 1UUD I selves. Pflffppo of many brands, especially our own UUliUUO brand ot khkhh HOAIrKD TOFFKK called the MEKIQUE." Try It and see. before purchasing elsewhere. Dried Fruits of all kind, fresh and sweet. Fresh Crackers a Specialty. CANNED GOODS from all quarters. Very fine California goouti. GREEN WINTEK APPLES by the barrel or bushel. In all thrse branches we shall en deavor to veil an low cm any one, and ax is poesipie to do a sound hL'si vkbh. We Invite attention and will chow all that call our goods. Don't be afraid to ask for what you want; and call often and early. 37in3 E. U. DOVEY & SON. Plattsmouth Neb. $72 A WEEK. (12 a day at home easily made Costly outfit free. Address. Tuhk Si Co.. Augusta. Maine. 49ly C. SCHLEGEL, Successor to S-iii.kgf.l & Nif.man. Manufacturers of And dealers in SMOKEUS' FANCY ARTICLES, SMOKING aud CHEWING T 0 B JL C C 0 . Special 1SKANDS and sizes of CIGAKS made to order, and satisfaction guaranteed, cigar clippings sold for smokiest obacco. Main Street, one door west of J. S. Duke's store Ojn"ttc Pont Office, Plattsmouth. Neb. lmS A I fa InolusUrg Shoot Ins Outfit. WILLIAM HEROLD, dealer In DKY GOODS, CLOTHS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, FURNISHING GOODS :o: GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Large stock of BOOTS and SHOES CLOSED OUT AT COST. Notions, Queensware, and In fact everything you can call for in the line of General Merchahdise. CASH PAID FOK HIDES AND VVRS. All kinds of country oroduce taker in cx change forooda.