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ue.! e i!. liil .-iv nil arrearages, or the pubiish
e. k -i.ini;n.e to scud It until payment .is
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t!.- 1 1 is l i-v n from the ollice or not.
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pV' . . is aud periodicals from the post
oih.v "01 ;cn.' img and bavins them uncalled
for. is iii.it evidence of IK TKNTIOXAL
IJi:u-k -iiks at Jos V. Weckbaeb's.
Head Chittenden 5 ros.' locals this
Oats i 1 the straw taken at this
otliee on st!.
UtMin -tt Ac Lewis sell Ureniner's
tine Crack, rs. 20t4
The KI.M-utioiiisis organized a Lit
erary Club 'jsi. even'my.
Tor 1 1 1 : x 1 paints to Roberts
Di u' .Store. 51 tf
The east hound passenger was
loaded Tikm! ay afternoon.
- Tea fi "Mi 2j cents cents to SI. 23
at Chitteinlt n Hros. 20t4
(Jo an 1 l-.k at M.OTlourke's new
stock of pleo goods.
All firs, class grocers sell IJreui
ner's Choice Crackers. 20t4
Plattsmouth has been full of
Drummers ' ne past week or two.
.Mr. (I. r. tiyger has the contract
for p.iintinii the Stadelniaun house.
Chew the '-Hold Fast" Plug To
bacco, for s..!e at the 1 O.News De
Want) :; Some corn and oats on
subscription at lliis office; at once.
--Silks, s.uius. Velvets for trim
mi m-s at Jo,. V. Weckbach's. l'Jt4
The sidewalk was repaired in front
of W. II. liakjr & Co's store Monday.
Don't forget that our prices in
all summer uo:ds are way down.
o:- Fkei IIkkkmanx.
All of our merchants had an extra
good trade Saturday, anil hog buyers
had more than they could do.
I'iiil Voting lias a complete line of
Cigarettes, also the leading brands of
live and ten cent Cigars. 1
Mr. and Mrs Win. Huff tier's little
boy aged eight years, died in Lincoln.
Thursday last, of Typhoid Fever.
"ill re nine r's Choice Crackers at Hen
net t & Lewis". 20t4
Mr. James llodgert, our carpenter
friend has gone out in the country to
work where he has several buildings
t put up.
Fresh Broiled Mackerel in To
mato i'auce just received by Jiennett
& Lewis. 1
Hennett & Lewis are getting lots
of nice new goods in every day. Go
and see them. 1
Fresh Hlaek Herries, Peaches,
Whortleberries, California Hums and
Apples at Hennett fc Lewis.
The Commissi jners are in session
this week, we will give full proceed
ings next week.
Henry Hoeek put in a new side
walk in front of his store Tuesday,
and thus the improvements go on.
If you want a boss smoke, from
two and a half cents up to 15 cts. go to
20t4 Chittkxdi'.n Buos.
Charley Holmes has been joking
the boys down about Hock HlulTs too
strong. The joke's on Charley, now.
For a large assortment of Table
Linens. Napkins. Towels and (hash,
go to Fred Herrmann's. 20t2
Hilly Amiew and Thomas Murphy
commenced grading through Louis
ville for the Mo. P. II. U. on Tuesday.
Hremner's Choice Crackers at
U iker & Atwood's. 20t4
Mr. Simpson is putting in a stock
of candies, canned fruit, cigars, &c, in
his express office; also has organs for
Hremner's Cream Soda. Williams
Ciem, and Chicago Hutter Crackers are
the best. 2014
A man was hung in effigy Mon-
t!a night to the balcony of Fitzger
ald Hall supposed t be Cramer,
"Smoke the "Little Giant" cigar
ette; they will smoke longer than a
oct. cigar. For sale by J. 1. Young. 1
Every farmer that had any hogs
for sale, brought thern in last Satur
day, as they were bringing a good price;
our streets were lined with farmers
teams all day.
"BiemiierV Crackers I Khij; have sought
Anil niounie l bcvasise I found them nof"
is the cry of every unfortunate person
who has been compelled to use the
snide crackers usually sold. 20t4
Phil Young has just got the
nicest display of candies in his show
case you ever saw. Twenty-five differ
ent kinds, all iu glass boxes, looking
bo sweet and clean; we know they
taste good for he "gin" us a box to try.
Smoke "Phil Young's Hest" and
Hoard of Trade" cigars. The best
5ct. cigars ia the city and don't you
forget it. 1
Prof. Chainbrrhiin, who Was been
giving lessons in elocution here Jeavvs
to-day for his home. The Professor
really accomplished wonders in the
short time he was here nuO we hear
his entertainment spoken of very
The Presbyterian Sunday-School
got tog,',,,t'r Tuesday morning,
went down to Ilesser's Picnic gardens
and had a very nice picnic, we under
stand ; the school was well represented
and every one came home tired, as
usual, but report having a first
J. W. Barnes is home again for a
a little while.
John Chase, of Weeping Water was
in town Monday.
Capt. Palmer started the first of the
week to the Hlack Hills.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. M. Roberts leave
next week for the Rockies.
Mr. Eli Plummer of Lincoln, wa3
on our streets last Friday.
Mr. Rafter, of Omaha, has been vis
iting Mr. Charles Cummins.
Mrs. U. W. Wise returned last Sat
urday from her eastern trip.
Miss Maggie Straight lias been vis
iting in Plattsmouth the last two
Mr. Wru. F. Pierce of Chicago has
been visiting Sam. M. Chapman this
Mrs W. II. Raker and Miss La
Force left this morning for a visit at
their home in Iowa.
Mrs. Cushing, and family, have been
visiting relatives and friends in the
city last week and this.
Misses Creda and Lucy Wolcott are
spending a few days with Miss Hurtie
livers, daughter of our sheriff.
Cap. Palmer called in last week
just before leaving for Deadwood, and
helped us to a route west and lots of
Rev. and Mrs. Burgess started last
Tuesday for Salina. Kansas, called
there by the illness of Mrs. Burgess
George Vallery has left Lincoln for
Kansas City, where he gets a decided
promotion in Railway matters. Good
G. B. Crippen, Esq. we hardly
know whether to call him Revd. any
more or not. Any way, he called Mon
day, looking as hearty and as farmer
ish as any body.
A.J. Hawks, of Elm wood, called
Tuesday. He reports crops wanting
rain out there very bad. The IIeu
ald was glad to see and welcome, Mr.
Hawks hei e again.
Miss Altie Sage has taken a holiday
for a month or two, her mother being
sick, needed her at home, but she
will resume her duties at the IIekald
office again this fall.
Ed. Sehieketanz, our well-known
Barber, leaves foi Council Bluffs, we
learn. "Ed." has made many friends
here and we hope he may succeed
wherever he may locate.
Miss Annie Schildknecht has been
very ill, but is now somewhat better.
Dr. Schildknecht who was absent in
Indiana, and Kentucky was tele
graphed for to return. He was ex
We have to thank (Jen. McBride for
a "reserve seat" ticket to the State
Fait, on one corner of which is writ
ten, "if you lose this you'll have to
jump the fence". Many thanks, Gen
eral, but we can't jump.
(J. W. Thomas, our young four
mile friend goes to Seward county
where he starts a big sheep-tarni as
before noticed. M'u are sorry to lose
George but glad to see sheep hus
bandry prosper in Nebraska.
S. Mayer, Esq. has gone east with
Mr. Schlessinger. the head of the firm,
to buy a large and increased stock of
goods. The Mayers hope to get into a
butter building this fall and then look
out for new and handsome goods.
O.F.Johnson, our old, and well es
teemed citizen is about selling out and
will go west, for his health, for a sea
son. Mr. Johnson has not been well
for some time and the rest and change
will do liim good. In addition to this,
the store he occupied would have to
be moved to make way for the new
block to be pu. up on the corner of
Main & Cth streets, and although Mr.
Johnson's lease was not out, he is not
the mar. to 3tand in the way of such
--There, will be preaching in the
Baptist church, Sunday, both morning
An exciting run-away took place
last week Thursday. Cheap John's
team was onthe hill near Geo. Smith's
somewhere, with the Golding children
in the wagon. Somehow they started
the horses and down the hill they
came, one young one on the seat
bouncing from side to side, and yelling
for dear life, and the other hanging
on to the pole and doubletrees oi the
wagon, where he must have been
thrown the first jump or two.
The team turned the coi ner on Main
street, and upset the wagon, throwing
the boy out and cutting his head. The
one hanging to the tongue dropped off
when the team was stopped and was
scarcely hurt any.
A little boy was asked recently if
he knew where the wicked finally
went to. He answered: "They prac
tice law here a spell and then go to
the legislature". It was a painful op
eration for that boy to sit down for a
If you want any Reading Matter,
consisting of Daily or Weekly Papers,
Magazines, Libraries and Books, you
will find the same at the P. O. News
Depot. Phil makes a .specialty of or
dering any goods desired on short no
tice. Preach iug
At the Baptist Church at the usual
hour in the evening, on Sunday, Aug.
7th. 1881. Rev. J. II. Embkf.e.
A full line of Satin, Silks. Plaids
Fringes, Laces etc. at Fred Herr
Phil Young has the finest and
largest display of candies in the city.
He displays over seventy-five different
kinds of fancy candy in one show case.
If you want a fine candy, and always
fresl, you will find it" -at the P.O.
News Depot. 1
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undei signed, are re
quested to call and settle, as money
he needs and must have.
20t2 j. g. Chambers.
Every Saturday afternoon, among
the passengers on the train northward
bound, may be found Chaplain Wright
en-ronto for Bellevue, where for
1 early two years he has been in charge
of the Presbyterian congregation.
When ho retired from his position
as army chaplain, his age entitling
him to an honorable discharge, it was
reasonable to suppose tha he would
be content to pass the remainder of
his days iu restful enjoyment as the
result of his labors; but when, after
occupying the vacant pulpit of Belle
vue for a Sunday, he was called upon
to take charge of that parish, which
had intended to call a young man, but
found the Chaplain young enough to
suit them, with faculties and love of
the work still unimpaired by dvanc
ing years he accepted their call and
has since occupied the pulpit faith
fully twice eveiy Sunday. For nearly
forty-seven years he has officiated al
most every Sunday; a record which
he may well contemplate with satis
fact:on, especially in view of the fact
that with energies still unabated, he
seems good fer many years more of
I sell the best and cheapest bcots
and shoes. I defy competition.
4tf FKTKIi MKKfiKS.
A Cass County Man Goes for th SIo
c 11 nib li w.
It has generally been expected that
for the present at least the adherents
of the Slocumb law would do the ag
gressive work, and so far such has
been the case. Yesterday John Ossen
kop, a saloon keeer of Louisville, Cass
county, turned the tables and com
menced an attack on the county com
missioners of Cass in the supreme
court at Lincoln. It seems that the
latter refused to give Ossenkop a li
cense under the Slocumb law or any
other law, claiming that the word
"may" in the statute made it discre
tionary with them to grant a license
or refuse one altogether. The relator
John Ossenkop. through his attorneys
Suiythe & Stull, claims that the decis
ion's are in favor of construing the
word "may" as "must" in statutory
language. So it was that Col. Smythe
went to Liucoln yesterday and com
menced an action for mandamus in
the supreme court on the relation of
John Ossenkop to compel the
commissioners to issue a li
cense. The hearing is set down for
August 9th. when it is expected the
Slocumb bill will have a complete
over-hauling before the supreme
court judges. Telegram.
A load of good new hay on sub
scription at this office.
Cash will be paid for 1008 dozen
chickens this fall by Chittenden Bros. 4
For Muslins. Dress Goods, pretty
Calicos and popular prices go to Jos.
V. Week bach's. 10t4
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
residence of Mrs. Spuilock next Sat
urday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
No More Ice ! No More Ice I !
All persons knowing themselves in
debt for ice, are requested to call and
settle up immediately, or ice will not
be left for them.
20t4 F. S. White.
Fresh bread, cakes and pies, every
day, at the Union Bakery, corner Main
and Third. ltf
Notice is hereby given that as many
stockholders object, base ball playing
on the Fair Grounds on Sunday must
cease. It disturl s the neighbors, is at
varience with the principles of many
stockholders, and unless stopped the
officers of the law will arrest the of
fenders. By order of Directors.
Baker & Atwood sell Bremner's
fine Crackers. 20i4
For the best staple and fancy
groceries iu Plattsmouth go to J. V.
Week bach's. 10tf
A New Block.
The Cass County Bank have at last
concluded to build new quarters, or
Dr. Jno. Black has for them. We un
derstand a very handsome brick build
ing 80 feet front on Dr. Black's cor
ner and another 40 feet front on the
M. E. grounds are already contracted
for, and before fall this very desirable
addition to Main street will be com
pleted. Bremner's Choice
V A IT E TEAS1.EE at l'lattinoutli. Nebras
ka, .July 'JM, ls.si. by the Pastor of the M. E.
t'liurcli. Mr. Mtxou F. Waitk, of Cass Co..
Nebraska, to .Mks. Addik E. I'kasi.ke, of
Fremont County, Iowa.
MORK1SON In this citv at 12 :30 oYlork p. in..
ti;itiirl:iy, July aoili. li? . .1. I'lvdk, infant
sod of J. E. and Jennie Morrison, aed 1 year
and 15 days.
The Funeral service-" were from the house
Nundiiy, at 2 o'clock p. 111.
The circunif tances under wlnc-li Mr. and Mrs.
Morrison's child died, were very rtutresMiig.
The little one swallowed a grain of corn, or
lart of one and iu spite of all endeavors, in
flammation ensued and the child died.
I.EESEY At riattsmoutli. XeU.. August 2d,
IkSI. at 8 o'clock, a. 111.. of Iropt-y. Mi:s. Ck
OUSK LEESLKV. wife of Joseph l.eesli-y.
She was born in England iu 1S26. and was 55
years. 2 months, and 2 days old at the time of
her death which was exceedingly oudiien when
it did come, although she had been ailir.g a
year or more. "
On Tuesday Morning she got up and washed
and dressed one of the little girls and tiieu say
ing she felt bad she lay down. The family
went to their several occupations for the, day.
Mr. lesley came down "town and John went to
fixing a road some distance from the house, so
that 110 one was really with her when she died.
The children discovered that something was
wrong w ith "Mother" and gave the alarm.
Mr. and Mrs. Leesley came to thi- country in
lsr.i and came to I'lattsmouth or Oroopolis in
1S5;, thus beiuc one of 0111 "Old Settlers.'' She
left a family of eight children, mostly giowu
The deceased was a most excellent woman, a
loviDg mother, kind neighbor and industrious
fruguland painstaking wife, the family and
friends will miss her greatly, aud Mr. Leesley
left alone in his old age will aeceive the sym
pathy of all wno arc acquainted with the fam
All persons indebted to W. IL Baker
& Co. are requested to call and settle
as Mr. Parmele has sold his interest
to Mr. S. II. Atwood, who takes only
the stock of goods on hand, and ac
counts must be settled with old con
cern as we have our obligations to
I9t2 w. II. Baker & Co.
On Monday last the news readied .
here that an old resident and citizen j
of I'lattsmouth had passed to his lone
home, in a far off land. i
I'tltvurd i. Vocy died in London, ;
England, Mondav, July 2-jth. 1881,1
r of a Cancerous affection of the head 1
Mr. Dovey was born Dec 12th, 1818, !
in Staffordshire, Eng. and was brought
up a potter by trade. lie came to
New York in 1841, moved to Ohio af
terwards, and finally to Nashville,
Tenn.. where, with Mr. Amison, now
dead, they established a wholesale
grocer' house, and were making money
when the war broke out. Our Mr.
Dovey. unlike some of his country
men, from the first felt a great abhor
rence of the system of slavery, and be
ing a strong-willed, outspoken man he
of course refused to keep his opinions
to himself, so that shortly after the
breaking out of the war he found
Nashville too hot for him, and the firm
was forced to leave the south at great
Just what turned his attention west
ward we know not, but in the spring
of 18G3 the family came to Platts
mouth, where he and Mr. Amison en
tered into a general "Outfitting" busi
ness, on Main St., where they made
money again rapidly.
After the advent or the railroad the
cessation of outfitting, and the general
change in business to a regular mer
cantile trade, the firm dissolved and
Mr. Dovey became one of the prom
inent merchants of the town, doing a
large business; taking the boys in
the store as they grew up. Some years
since the firm was again changed to
Dovey & Son, G. E. being the partner,
and so it remains now.
In January of 1SS0 Mr. Dovey first
became seriously alarmed about the
trouble in his head, which finally car
ried him off, and turning the business
over to his son entirely, sought med
ical aid. In May he went to England
and was under the charge of Dr. Rich
ardson, one of the first surgeons in
that country; but no skill availed, and
last Monday the Great Reaper called
During his residence here Mr. Dovey
was prominent in business and public
matters, being County Commissioner
for a term, an aspirant for Mayor once
or twice and a member of the Council
up to about the time he left.
lie will be buried at "Thames Dit
ton" in England. Mrs. Dovey will re
turn to her home here as soon as the
funeral services ai d her health will
On Friday the alarm of Fire sound
ed over the town, first by tho most un
earthly screetching of engines ever
heard and second by the bells ringing
The house of Al. Savage was found on
fire and the inside was badly burned.
The furniture was got out mostly,
though of course some damaged.
About Q200 damage to the house,
which was owned by Mr. Billings.
How much to furniture we do not ex
Dr. Marshall's Bromoline when
once used, needs no further advertis
ing, as it always gives satisfaction.
It is known as the Big Blood and Elv
er Cure. Trice 00 cents. Sold by all
Ileal Bargains at Louisville.
The undersigned wishes to dispose
of her real estate at Louisville, con
sisting of two lots in the heart of the
town, with large and commodious store
dwelling house of five rooms, cellar,
with well, fruit trees, shrubbery ;.nd
all other conveniences and improve
ments. Will be sold veay cheap, as I
wish to return east. Apply on prem
ises to Mils. E. Worn..
Also offer for sale the shop adjoining
formerly occupied as Blacksmith shop
18.i)0 feet with lot. Enquire of Frank
Stander, Ag't. Louisville, Neb. 20t3
Derangement of the liver, with
constipation, injure the complexion,
induce pimples, sallow skin, etc. Re
move the cause by using Carter's Eit
tle Liver Pills. One a dose. Sold b7
Smith, Black & Co.
The Best After All.
Some time ago T. F. Guthman.of
Plattsmouth, who is about to open the
Perkins House, a first class hotel in
that city, arrived in Omaha for the
purpose of selecting furniture. Ho
secured a first class assortment at
Dewy & Stone's and left it here sub
ject to his order. Mr. Guthman
reached the city again yesterday, after
"having visited St. J"e, Kansas City
and Chicago. lie found it impossible
to secure as good bargains in any of
the places named, and so came back
o close his order with the Omaha
firm. The Perkins house is to be con
ducted in first class style. Bee.
Now is the time to buy your coal.
Fred Gorder has just got forty car
loads. Engage in time. 20t2
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a really
remarkable and time-honored medi
cine. It is the best remedy known for
all diseases ot the throat and lungs.
A fine line of calling cards, bill
heads, letter heads, &c, at this office.
Any one wishing a first class job
should give us a call. ltf
Before It's Gone.
Forty car-loads of hard coal at Fred
Gorder's. 1 ngage your fuel for the
winter now. 20t2
How can a single dose of Ayer's
Pills euro a headache?
By removing obstructions from the
system relieving the stomach, and
giving healthy action to the digestive
Fred Gorder has got forty car loads
of hard coal just bought and now is
the time to engage your winter's coal.
Take the Big Blood Medicine for
dyspepsia, habitual costiveness, or fe
ver and ague. They are cured by Dr.
Marshall's Bromoline. Price 30 cents
a bottle. Druggists keep it.
At this office good dry corn or cats on
subscription, at once.
Hie Old Settlers
Of this County will meet at the Fair
Grounds on Saturday September 24th
1881. for a general Pic-Nic, open to all.
It is hoped the Old Soldiers" and Posts
of G. A. R. in the county will also be
present, as well as a portion of the
State Historical Society. Let every
one prepare accordingly. Time of
meeting, and f urther particulars later.
1914 By order of Society.
Peanut stand. Small bov: "Is
thein all yer give for a cent? Why.
yuster git twice that many." Vender
"Yes, but all the fruit crops is
failed this year, and peanuts and
peaches is uncommon slow a coiniu'
in." Small boy "Then give mo a
cent's worth of ice cream ; them isn't
failed, is it."
A few more bargains in my clos
ing out stock; don't delay if you want
a number one instrument at' a very
low figure. James Pettee, ag't.'
-Always avoid harsh purgative
pills. They first make you sick and
then leave you constipated. Carter's
Eittle Liver Pills regulate the bowels
and make you well. Dose, one pill.
Sold by Smith. Black & Co.
Ye men of Cass who find yourselves
owing Strf.ight & Miller, the Ilar-ness-ms
kers, and prepare to ride post
haste to their place and settle all old
accounts at once, as we must have
some money.! - We have trusted you
long and now needs our pay at a 2-40
gait. We will give you o0 days to
make the heat and if not under the
wire then the judges will rule you off
our track in future.
Stkeight & Miller
Guthman Bros, sell Bremner's fine
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, &c, should try them. Sold by
Smith, Black & Co.
In order to gratify the wishes of
hundreds of our customers who have
repeatedly expressed a desire that we
would exchange merchandise in our
line such as Dry Goods, Millinery,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing
Gbods, Boots and Shoes. Hats, Caps,
Trunks, Valises and Jewelry for
Country Produce. We are now
pleased to advise you that we have
perfected arrangements whereby we
will be able to accommodate all. So
bring o;i your produce and avail your
selves of our great advertised price
list. We will pay the highest market
price for produce aid you in return
will receive anything in our line at
the lowest cash figures. Don't forget
the place next door to Court House.
lTtf Solomon & Nathan.
We recommend Carter's Iron Pills
to every woman who is weak, nervous
and discouraged; particularly those
who have thin, pale lips, cold hands
aud feet, and who are without strength
or anibitiou. These are the cases for
which Carter's Iron Pills are specially
prepared, and this class cannot use
them without benefit. Valuable for
men also. In metal boxes at o0 cents.
Sold by Smith, Black & Co. m-c ad
Drugs -the largest stock at. J. M
No Good Preaching.
No man can do a good job of work,
preach a good sermon, try a law suit
well, doctor a patient, or write a good
article when he feels miserable and
dull, with sluggish brain and unsteady
nerves, and none should make the at
tempt in such a condition when it can
be so easily and cheaply removed by a
little Hop Bitters. See other column.
MtllOLS &, SOX,
Contractors and Uuilders..
Having enlarueil our shop and purHiasrd a
Strain l'owt-r Circle Saw, we arc pn-paivil t.-i u
an unlimited amount of work iu our line in a
K 1 KST-C I. ASS MAN.XKK,
and those who contemplate building will find it
to their interest to ct estimates from us before
Hiving their work toother parties. Estimates
made on all kinds ofwork Fkee of Chakok.
Among the many desirable results
of pure blood are, an elastic step, buoy
ant spirits, and clear complexions.
The possessor of healthy blood ha3 his
facultits at command, and enjoys a
clear and quick perception which is
impossible when the blood is heavy
and sluggish with impurities. Ayer's
S'arsaparilla is the best blood purifier
and vitalizer known.
Many persons take medicine for
their ailments, and as soon as they
feel better they disregard all directions
and stop taking it. They try it again
and again, and finally throw it aside
as worthless, when, had it been per
severed in from the start, permanent
cure would have been affected. Now
in taking Prickly Ash Bitters for
all complaints of the stomach and
bowels, remember to give the medicine
a chance, and don't expect one or two
doses to cure you. 20t4
Remember, when you want any
Writing Paper, Ink and other writing
materials, you will find the largest as
sortment in the city at the P. O. News
Railroad Hands Wanted.
Men and teams wanted at once to
work on the Missouri I'acitic Rail
road grade in this county. Apply to
Beeson & Hammond,
Weeping Water, Cass Co. Neb. 18t3
A Beneficent Action.
The worn look and miserable feeling
of those closely confined iu mills, or at
desks or work tables, are caused by
weak stomach, kidneys or bowels, and
show the necessity for some mild ton
ic to build them up. No one need suf
fer thus who will use Parker's Ginger
Tonic; for without intoxicating it lias
such a beneficent action on these slug
gish organs and so cleanses the poison
ous matters from the system, that rosy
cheeks and good health and spirits are
soon brought back again. Express.
See adv. 20t4
Tba Pepluar Schoolmaster,
lie thinks the town is wild over hi:n.
He keeps things at a white heat; is on
1.!. e soft side of the newspaper men; is
a royal good fellow iu society; has a
lovely wife; is strongly intrenched in
the Popular Street Church, and strokes
everybody the right way. The general
impression is that the Goodrich School
is a little ahead of anything else, in this
region, because he says so.- f';v u'il of
The Elocution Class aud Their Fntcr
taimueut. The class in elocution which has
been studying under the auspices of
Prof. Chamberlain, of Lincoln, gave a
closing entertainment last Tuesday
The class have taken a course of
twenty lessons only, an hour a lesson,
and with two or three exceptions were
beginners m the art elocutionary. Tak
ing this into consideration, then, we
weie really surprised to see the good
results attained in so short atirue. In
gesture work, that most difficult part
for a beginner, the' showed a decided
improvement upon the first crude ef
forts as a class. The selections were
good; Archie Dean. Karl the Martyr,
The Last Hymn, Pyramus and Thisbe
gave example of the various styles
and were all well given. Nor in men
tioning those do we exclude the other
selections and the merits of those who
Two selections given by Prof. Cham
berlain himself, a scene from Hamlet,
and "She Would be a Mason," with a
guitar solo, the Spanish Retreat, af
forded the audience much pleasure.
The Old Arm Chair by Miss Maud
Barnes accompanied by Prof Chamber
lain on the guitar, brought out ahtavy
The entertainment as a whole shows
the abilities of Prof. Chamberlain as a
teacher in a most favorable light, and
speaks well for 1 his, the first class in
elocution, which has been conducted
in Plattsmouth since we lived here.
We hope it is the beginning of an ef
fort in that direction which shall give
us same good elocutionists. "We have
enough ability among our young peo
ple, if they will only make their stan
dard high. There is no reason why
Plattsmouth should not turn out as ac
complished and cultured'youths as any
town in Nebraska.
The Man With a Eacket
He was probably from Deadwood, or
Custer City, or the Gunnison Valley, or
from some of tho other places whera
they wear one shirt for three months
and have no other wish except to die
wilh their boots on, no matter how
man square feet of cowhide there is in
them. There was only one other man
in the saloon when he entered and in
quired for live lingers of straight pizen.
This solitary man sat with a lo on
either side of a chair his chin resting
on the back of it. His eyes were half
closed, his tonguo hanging out a bit,
and his mind was at rest. Tho new ar
rival swallowed hi liquid, wiped oft
his clan ou his coat-tali, and suddenly
came down in front of the-sleeping man
"I'm from the head waters of Grizzly
River! I'm the only living 'reptile as
ever crossed Rattlesnake Perrary or
swum the length of Alligator Lake!
"I've fit Use hull Pawuee tribe of In
juns to onct! I've gone out at mid
night to tackle catamounts, and got np
r.irly in the morning to pull cinnamon
b ars out of their dens! I've looked
bu nier bulls out of countenance, and
I've made a grizzly shake all over by
"Ve-e-s," drawled the man on tho
chair as ho drew in Ids tongue and
op"ued the other eye.
Don't tackle me!' yelled Deadwood,
as ' i.i Cvl high in air an-1 clicked his
1 '. -l.'i together. "The man who tackles
1: e is tjiilp in j"st two seconds! Don't
s t thar and look at mo that way, for
! I'm an avalanche on wheels a land-
j slid.; with a gait of ninety miles a mill-
it a tornado which plays ball with t lie
peaks of the Rockies! That's the rack
et I've worked ever since I was ten
'i'i.e man on the chair yawned heavi
ly, stretched his arms, and lifted him
self up with the motion of an elephant.
"Whoop! waugh!" yelled the other.
"I've lost . my notched stick, but I'll
make oath I've wiped out forty-seven
white men and over a hundred Injuns!"
The other slowly removed his old hat
and Hung it on the lloor. Then ho
pushed up his sleeves aud tightened his
belt and gave himself a shake.
"W-what's the matter, old man?"
earnestly inquired the man from Dead
wood. The other poked his hair until it
sto-.tl up like wires, got clear of tho
tliu'.r. and begau to fumble under his
"W-what yergwhie to do, old pnrd?"
"Gwine fur to spile yer racket! I
don't 'low nobody to jump up andd vn
and holier and whoop and wausrii on
:ie when I'm astraddle of a cheer and
"Yer don't! Then I'm dead sorry.
Fact is, I took yer for another man
for a wall-eyed, crook-backed, knock
kneed, softy-pillar from the Calico
Flats, and I meant to make wolf-meat
of you in just 'leven Shy Ann seconds.
Shake, ole pard put it thar! and if
that 'ere kyote behind the bar don't trot
out his choicest pizen and lots of it, I'll
slice off Lis infernal ears and gin "em to
)e fur sleeve-but ions!"
- c- e
Sitting Eull's Last Speech.
Warriors, I am tho last of a mighty
race. Wc were a race of chieftains.
Alas! we will soon be gone. The Bull
family will soon pass from the face of
this earth. Ole is gone, and John is
failing, and I don't feel very well my
self. We are the victims of the pale
face, and our lands are taken away.
Look at the tad remnant of the fami
ly of Sitting Bull, ov.r chief. One
sore eyed squaw is left alone. Her
face is furrowed, o'er with the rime of
many winters, and her nose is only the
ruin of former greatness. Her mocca
sins are sworn out, ami the soldier
pants she wears are too long for her.
She also is drunk. She is not as drunk
as she can get, but she is hopeful and
persevering. She lias learned to lie
like a whitem.-in. She is now an easy
exten poraueous liar. When we gather
around tho camp fire and enact our uu
tutored lies in the gloaming, Lticretia
Borgia Silting Bull, wilh the inspiration
of six lingers of agency coffin varnish,
proceeds to tell the prize prevarication,
and then the house adjourns, and noth
ing cau be heard but the inufiled tread
of the r.gcncy corn beef, going out to
get some fresh air. Lticretia Borgia is
also becoming slovenly. It is evening
aud yet she has not donned her evening
dress. As she leans against the trunk
of a mighty oak and scratches her back,
you can see that her thoughts are far
away. She is thinking of her child
hood days on the banks of Minnehaha.
Warriors, farewell. Think of what I
have said to you about the council fire.
We will murmur nt the celluloid crack
er and cast iron eoi tis'i ball, but in the
spring we will have veal cutlets for
breakfast, and pence commissioner on
toast for dinner. The squaw of Sitting
Bull shall have a new plug liat, and if
the weather is severe she shall have
two of them.
Warriors, farewell, I am done. I
have spokeu. 1 have nothing more to
say. Sic semper domino. Plumbago
erysipelas, in hock eureka, sciatica,
usufruct, limburger, gobnuigli.
Hoaor to th? Bravj.
Mistur Punch, Sur, I wright to you
ns 1 knows as ow jou wont k-t the Rrit
ish army go for to be slighted! Not
you! Look ere sur. There wos a chap
as called imself a "speshul" as came
over to the Afghan wor. Is name wos
Archibald Forbes. And wot did c do?
Wy o saved a kupple of chaps lyvcs by
bj tiding up there w ounds under fyre!
Wot o that? K was a sivilyun! YVell
now was never under lire in 1113' ole
life and yet sports tho Afghan wor
meddle ke vite proper! But am a
oodger and c arnt! That ruaykes all
the dufl'rancc! Aud yet this chap
Archibald Forbes worn ts the meddlo
Iwo! 1 never card such cheke! And
aficr being mentioned in dispatches
two as if that wornt cnufT to sotusli
the likes of e! But in corse the sukka
tary of stait for lnjy as refused im !
Kevile proper! Stooped cove, if e
woi nlcd the meddle wy didn'nt e ware
a red cote? If e ad c'd a ad the wor
meddle given im like a burd! Wots
more for saving the lives of them coves
e would av ad a Wictoria kross two !
I5.it for a s'vilyun to arsk for a meddle!
Well I never its doimryght stoopid !
1 murine Mr. Punch, Sur, yore nflesh
nuth frende (signed) Thomas Atkins
X his mark. P. S. I arnt respoticibul
for the horlhoggruffy of the cove who
rut this cos wy! I karr.t wright or
spol inise'f !
Bdvont Toutg Robbers.
Greek brigandage is a regularly or
ganized business. A little capital for
the pureha.ie of arms is required. Pa
pers are drawn up, iu which the shares
of the captain and the men are speci
fied. Sometimes routes are let by oro
band to another for a percentage. It
proving exceptionally good in one ca'-e,
the parties came very near bringing tho
affair into court on a lawsuit. Death to
the captive is almosL certain if the ran
som is not paid. A ransom which was
once on its way from Constantinople
was stolen from the messenger hy an
other band, but the captive was killed
all tho same. A farmer having two
children captured could send the money
only for one, and the boy was returned.
He begged a little delay, but the band
was on the move and could not wait.
The little girl was found afterward with
a stab ia her heart and wild flowers in
her h.m I. These robbers never drink
wine, never neglect tiieir religious du
ties, always cress tbeniselves before eat
ing, and never on.il the numerous fast
days the Greek ('i-ure.h insists upon.
Some are well rend, one leading .scoun
drel always tittvels about with a small
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tet
ter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns,
and all kinds of skin eruptions, etc.
Get HENRY'S CARBOL1U SALVF,
as all othep are but imitations. Price
DR. GREEN S OXYGENATED HITTERS
are the surest and best remedy for dys
pepsia, biliousness, malaria, indiges
tion, disorders of the btomach, and
diseases of the blood, kidneys, liver
DUltNO'S CATARRH SNUFF
cures all affections of tho mucous
membrane of the head and throat.
DKXTON'S BALSAM cures colds,
coughs, rheumatism, kidney troubles,
etc. Can be used externally as a plas
J. '. Wise.
Negotiator of mortgage loans, on
improved farm property. Terms rea
'Tf)A WEEK. 1J a dav at home easily made
V W'oslly outfit free. Address, Tl i:k & .,
Augusta. Maine. -Inly
Desirable building lots on monthly
payments. Inquire of F. C. Bowen,
Herrmann's Dry Good Store. lDtf
Jloney to Loan.
On good farm property on longtime.
Apply to J. W. Jennings,
Girl wanted to do general house
work. Inquire at once, Mrs. D. II.
F. S. Wiiite is now delivering Ice daily
to customers at remarkably low pi in s.
Call or leave orders at his store, n
Main St. lOtf
Brown's Vegetable Liter Pills
Are a sure cure for Liver Complaint,
Constipation and Biliousness. For
sale by all Druggists in the West.
Money to Loan.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Inquire of 1). D. Martindale,
Louisville, Neb. lotf
Come and See
The large stock of Spring Shoes and
Slippers, good and nice at Merges'. 4tf
Ciitcs and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House, Plattsmouth, Neb. otOm
The best and cheapest,
The finest and neatest
Shoes and Slippers
For little trippers
ai Merges'. 4tf
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Schlegel & Niemann's,
opposite P. 0. nt
Rheumatic Cure, an internal medi
cine warranted a safe, certain and
speedy cur 3 for Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Lame Backs, Pains in the side,
Stomach, Kidneys, &c, Sic. Smith,
Black & Co. have scid over one hun
dred bottles in the last two months
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
Wiei. S. Wise,
401115 Fitzgerald Block.
It .Must Be So.
For all who use Brown's Pepsin
Tonic say it is a sine cure for Dys
pepsia and sick Headache. Try it.
For sale by all Druggists in Platts
mouth and East Plattsmouth.
Pepsin. Rhubarb, Mandrake & Gentian
Are the active ingredients of
Brown's Pepsin Tonic. Give this
wonderful Dyspepsia remedy a trial
and be cured. For sale by all drug
gists in Neb.
To the Citizen's of the County ami State.
I have now ready for market 100,000
White and Fire brick, which we will
sell at reasonable prices; paities wish
ing to build a fire :proof house before
the comet comes down, call on J. T7 A
Hoover, Lonisvillp, Nebraska.
Broil n 's Blackberry uuI Ginger
Should bo in every house during the
heated season. It never fails to cure
Diarrho-a, Dysentery and Cholera
Morbus. For sale by J. II. Buttery,
Smith, Black & Co., O. F. Johnson and
J. M. Robert?, Plattsmouth, "J. V.
Painter, Fast Plattsmouth.
AGENTS AM) CANVASSERS
Make from $5 to .V per xveck Hlin;'
jionils for E.G. IClDKOLT & CO.. lo llanlay
Street, New Yolk. 'j'.'j 1
Semi for their Catalogue and terms.
Dr. Black's Rheumatic Cure is an
internal remedy and is pronounced by
hundreds who have used it to contain
more truo medical virtue than nny
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.
1). Marshall, Weeping Water, Neb. tf
A house ami lot situated on the
N. V.. corner of CIranilc and Seventh
sts. The house is l story ; contains
five rooms and a pantry, is almost
new ami in good condition. Price
.$1000; $700 cash and balance in one
year. For laitlicr information en
quire of I). If. Wheeler it Co. Agt.
To All Whom it May Concern.
Mr. II. T. Franks, who has been rep
resenting mo in tho interest of the
sewing machine business, is no longer
in my employ. All contracts made by
him will be settled at my store, and
parties who have given him notes are
requested to call and see if they are all
satisfactory. I will not be responsible
for anything done by him after this
date, Ju!y 11th, 188 1.
Frank Carki tii.
Mr. J. F. Beaumeister now owns
A I.DERNEY HULL, "WELLINGTON,"
No. 107, dropped January 4th, 1878,
Sire, Kentucky, 2d, 7.8 ; grandsire,
Kentucky G2H. From imported Tran
sit, bred by II. S. Durand, Wis., which
it will bo remembered Chaplain
Wright brought hero last year. This
bull is a thorough-bred Alderney, or
Jersey bull and will be kept for servi
ces this summer at Mr. Beaurao inter's
place north of town, on the Platte
Valley road. All who desire the use
of such an animal sluuld call and soo
J. F. Beaumeister.
Stock from a distance, pastured free
of charge after the first of May. o'itf
Notice to Teachers.
1'xamination of persons wishing lo
teach in Cass county, will bo at the
following times and places:
At I'lattsmouth, 1st Friday and Sat
urday in January, February, May, Au
gust, October and November. At
Weeping Water, 1st Friday and Satur
day iu March, June and September. At
Louisville 1st Friday and Saturday in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations will be given.
At Flmwood the last Friday and
Saturdap of March. At Greenwood
the last Friday and Saturday in Feb
F. II. Woolly,
T; all whom it may coneern :
The ojiciiin of 1 wo wet inn li 1 1 roads having
been petitioned foi by J. II. Meisiner et al.,
and t!e-ienlied as follow : Knt road coimiien
ciu at noiitli east coiner of section mo CJ).
township twelve (l'-M. i;i 11 twelve (1, anil
running theiic west two C') miles, and terniiuat
ini; at south wet-t coiner of section three (3).
nine town-hili and ranc ; Second read coin
inciH'in at houUi east corner of section ten I lui
township twelve (l;. raiifce twelve tl-'i. ruuliiii
thuuee north one and one-half 1 1 1 i ) miles, and
terminal in;: M c. corner of norl li east quar
ter i neU ) of feet ion three CO, Kline towiir-litp
and ratine, all objection- thereto or claims for
damages, must lie tiled in the Court)' Clerk'-
ollice on or before noon of the 41 h day of Octo
ber, A. 1', Ids, or such roads will be opened
without reference thereto.
2i'lj J. 1. Terr, County Clerk.
E.-adlry Ilunerford. ")
AmosWorl. Lucy Yt oil and f
John 1. Manny. I
John I. Manny, defendant, will take notice
that on the l:-lh dav of July, 11. plain I Iff here
in died his petition la the District Court of
Ca-s. County, Nebraska, against the above nam- '
cd defendants, prayiu lor lh foreclosure of a
certain iiiortua'ie, executed by Amos and Lucy
Wor, upon the west half ((',) of the south
west ouarter (aw1) of section eighteen (IK),
town eleven (11), ranc twelve ll). m Cass Co.,
Nebraska, to secure the payment of a certain
promissory uots for four hundred dollar t 0)
with twelve percent, interest from maturity,
until paid, d iteil March 'Z'A h, IsTy ; also, five
intoivu coupon notes of even date therewith ;
all of said note-' are now due and payable.
I'lai ".till prays for a decree that defendants lie
riiilrcd to pay the same, or t he said premise
may be sold to satisfy the amount due. As ap
pears from the record of title, you hold a sec
ond nwrtifatre on said laud, dated September 2,
lssii. I'hiintill prays that this inoiljriiue may be
adjudged junior and inferior tu the iiiorlgfuie
lien of this plaintnr. Von are Je-tuircd to an
Kwer said i elition on o.-before the l-'th day of
liitAD li: v ii u x ( ; i: i: ro k d.
P.y Windham Jt Camhuki.!., Att'ys. 2tli
T i nil vlunn it tuny Coiirirn:
Xoticeis hereby given, that I have filed in
the otlice of I lie County Clerk of Cass County,
Nebraska, an application to the Hoard of Com
missioners of said county for a p rmit to sell
liquors as a druj-'gist, at Louisville in said
count v. for medicinal, mechanical and chem
ical purposes. Dr. .1. A. JIask.MKIKK
Joiii.sville, Cass County, Neb., July 12, lssl.
Taken up bv the eubseriber living in IJock
I'.lufls precinct one sorrel iiore, white spot
in face, rii-'ht bind foot white, small lump un
der the riht eye, bone spavin on right bind
lejr. The owner can have same by provin;;
property and paying charges.
1.5t. C. J. Maiitj.s.
To all whom it may concern :
The commissioner appointed to locate a road
commeiicini: at a point fifteen and sevenly-one
hundredths (l. 70-Hmj chain wet of the quart
er section corner on nort h side of ecl ion nine
teen t I'm. tow n I w elve (li, range fourteen (11);
tienee running sout li n ' W, ten ( JO chain ;
riiiiiiinj; I hence soul li 'm W, nine and fifty-one
hundredths CJ .Vl-loo) chains ; thence south 47
lo' W. lilleeii and eightv-one hundredths!.', wi
1'")) chains ; thence sourli :wi" V. eleven
chains : thence south ir.'j W. forty eight and
fifty three-one hundredth Is 5.':-Ps chains to
the center of County road, oearlng north and
noutli. and at a point one and ninety six-one
bundled His 1 1 !;-lisij chain- sout h f the eighth
section corner on the north side of north east
quarter iie of section twenty live 5J. town
twelve lane thirteen j east i;i ll 1. M.,
uud terminating at said point, has reported iu
favor of the location thereof, and all objections
thereto, or claims for damages, must be bled m
1 lie County ClHi k's oliice on or before noon on
the 'joth day of September. A. D. lssl. or such
road will be ojieued wit limit reference thereto.
1715 J. D. '1 LIT, County Cb-ik.
Xoliee is perebv given that bid-will be re
ceived for the const iuc ion of five ') or more
pile bridges, ranging from twenty i-'i) to sity
(IV)) feet in length (the same to be of the same
general character a-the bridges built during
the pa.-t vear.) up noon of the 4 1 Ii day of
Augu-t. l'ssl. The Commissioners reserve the
right to reject anvoraU bid-.
liv order of Count v Commissioner,
lct.j" J. D. Ti n, County Clerk.
To all whom it may concern :
The commissioner appointed to vacate a
County road, petitioned for by Turner Zink. et
al.. commem in;; at the center of sect ion I hirty
tliree on South side of said bection thirty
three .TiJ, towi. twelve tl-M, range teu (10), run
ning thence North one and one-half (l'i) miles,
uud terminating at the road running Last and
West, said road to be vacated being known a
!oad 107. lias reported in favor of the vacation
thereof, and all objections thereto, or claims
for dam.iges, must be tiled in the County
Clerk's ofbee on or before noon on the 7th day
of September, A. D. is-i, or such road will be
vacated without reference thereto.
lets J. I. Tt'TT, County f-lert
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