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Read Fred. Herrmann's locals.
See ii": ice of second hand wagon.
The 1. 1. tiding boom still continues.
Il;iz '.iiiils arc unusually. large this
(Jrap.s are plentiful this se.ifcon,
Head editorial and other corre
spondents. The l'litte Valley house is going
Mr. Th-.inas M.trslind is building
S. & Maver are receiving a lot
of n?w go...!.-..
Ilai:s ii it Chnssot pay 10 cts. a
dozen for ogs. 1
The rain last night was nice, what
there was of it.
Chester Barnes is Woodson's
hea l clerk no -v.
Forep c.i-:h will be in Omaha Sat
urday. A in. -7th.
Eddie Sehulhof hangs ut at
The Weeping Water schools will
open on Monday, Sept. 12.
Another invoice of Black Spanish
Laces at Fi.-d Herrmann's. 22t2
The Ci-nnan is the latest thing
out at the dancing school.
'iave money by buying your gro
ceries of Bennett & Lewis. 1
Wesoiii! received a nobby new
lint' of neck ties last week.
One of our boys spells whisky
with three letters now pop.
The ri.ittsniouth Literary Society
meet at I. O. (1. T. hall to-night.
A full line of Brussels Carpets on
hand at Jos. V. Weckbach'u. 22l2
Chambers says the harness buxi-
T'.'ss is rushing, if it i hot weather.
Mayor U'Houike's tine residence
is beginning to make its appearance.
The watermelon season 13 almost
over, and our 'dovii" grievcth accord
ingly. A man witli a wagon load of
brooms was on our streets Tuesday
We didn't have cheek enough to
ask for any paid locals Tuesday.it was
too awful hot.
The- rttieet commissioners graded
and fixed upper Main street up in good
Mr. C. Rippt-1 has been dangerous
ly ill for more than a week past, but
is fast recovering.
Miss Ad-lie Buttery sprained one
of her ankles unite severely t lie latter
part of last week.
,.- The thermometer stood 103 in the
shade with what little air there was
The dancing school is ovtling to
be. quite a place for pleasure, about
thirty couple attend.
Snipe shooting i3 now in order.
The bipeds that carry the gun report
audi game in abundance.
Ilev. II. A. Kwdl of Union
preached both morning and evening.
Sunday at the M. E. Church.
Fish Commissioner Livingston
(that means our Doc.) will have three
aoiiariiims of fish at the State Fair.
The best tea in town, for the mon
ey is our litty cent paper. Try it and
jou will say so. Uennett & Lewis. 1
The rain Friday and Saturday
nights did lots of good but some more
would be thankfully received.
Just received 50 doz. hose which
we aie selling at 12 cents a pair,
well worth 20cents-. at 1 red Ilerr
If you want to find out what it is
o be w arm, go up to the dancing
i-hool and get on to the Racquet.
Don't forget that the only plnce
in this city where you can find Rail's
Health Corset is at Fred Herrmann's.
The notice of farm for sale, should
read sec 23, town. 11, range 12. instead
of sec. 23, town. 11, range 11, as it read
On The M. P. R. R-, now under
construction, the wages ot the men
are 81.73 per day, teams 83.50, and
prompt pay at that.
Vennor says he is too busy to
manufacture any more weather until
October. Oh ain't we glad ! We don't
need any more for a while.
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Rurgess found
a very fine set of china at their house
when they i turned from S.ilina, Kan
pas, presented to them by the parish.
The County Fair heights the 7th
of September, have everthing ready
and help the otlicers to make it one of
the best Fairs ever held in Cass County.
What has become of the sidewalk
improvement agitation ? The council
must not let the matter drop, and
should proceed with the work all over
r. Cummins new residence, cor
ner 0th and Pearl, will, when complet
ed, be one of the finest and best ar
ranged dwelling houses in the city. It
is rapidly approaching completion. -
M. L. White was in Omaha Friday.
A. IJ. 3mith went west on the.
morning train Monday.
Rev. Mr. Ewell, of Union, and Rev.
Mr. Gallagher called Monday.
Misses Alice and Lillie Pollock re
turned from Olenwood last Saturday
Miss Xellio Murfin, of Factory ville.
was in town over one night last week.
Miss Mamie Pettee will leave for
Abington, Massachusetts next Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lewis returned
from Missouri Valley Saturday after
noon. Miss Nellie Short returned homo
last week after several weeks visit in
Cett. Mayfield was in town the first
of the week, and calle-.l to see the
Messrs Howard and Turner Zink
were in towu the first of the week and
called on the Hekald.
Rertie A. McElwain has gone to
Ashland for a two week's visit to his
aunt Mrs. E. J. Etheredge.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roberts leave
to-day for the mountains. They will
probably be gone three or four weeks.
W. A. LaMur of the Ii. & M. shops
left for Wyoming last Thursday
where we believe he has found a good
Mis.s Birtie Swift, of Eight Mile
Orove, is in town visiting Miss Alta
Sage and taking in the dancing school
I). B. Smith and wife, Miss Alice
Oliver and C. A. Rankin went down
to Lincoln Monday and returned in
Mrs. McKnew and daughter left for
their home at Washington, Tuesday
morning. Mr. McKnew accompanied
them as far as Buffalo, N. Y.
John Cagney sptnt Sunday in town
and went back to Sheridan Monday
afternoon. He reports everything
lively in that part of the country.
Rev. Mr. and Mrs Rurgess returned
from S.ilina, Kansas, Tuesday evening,
where they had been during the sick
ness and death of Mrs. Burgess'
The Editor of the Enterprise, Dea
con Rushnell, and M. A. McKinnon ac
companied by Miss Cushman and Miss
Flora Wise, went down to Weeping
Mr. J. W. Barnes and sister, who
have been visiting our Mr. J. W
Barnes for a few weeks past returned,
to St. Louis via Lincoln Monday. Mr.
Barnes accompanied them as far as
The widow of the late lamented
Major B. K. Dav is, of Mary ville. Mo.
formerly o:n of the early residents of
Cas Co., and brother of Mrs. B. Spur
lock and Mrs. J. C. Wis well, of Center
Valley, is in the city with her family,
W. F. Myeis, agent of the Western
Mutual Aid Society Iowa, is in town
for the purpose of getting members
for the above society. Tiis IIekald
believes it is a good thing and hopes
Mr. Myers will succeed in our commu
nity. Miss F rankle Fellows, of Tabor,
Iowa, a lister of Rush Fellows, so
long connected with the IIkkalu is in
town visiting her uncle, Hon. D. II.
Wheeler. She will go to South Bend
some time before site returns home to
see her sister Mrs. Win, L. Wells.
For the best staple and fancy
groceries in PlaUsmouth go to 'J. V.
The sociable at the resi lence of
Mr. John Waterman, last Thursday
evening was well attended and every
one who attended went home feeling
the better for having been there.
Baker & At wood sell Brernner's
fine Crackers. 20t4
Barnum's advertising car pass
ed through on Monday evening last,
on its way west, and while here the
obliging agents gave us some splendid
calliope music. The music sounded
very sweet in the still night air.
Brernner's Choice Crackers at
Guthman Bros'. 5014
As a long communication came
from the Editor this week, we are com
pelled to leave an article on "Woman's
Wrights," written by a young lady of
PlaUsmouth, over until next week.
There are some good points in it. and
it will appear on first page.
For Muslins, Dress Goods, pretty
Calicos and popular prices go to Jos.
V. Weckbach's. 19t4
In whispers soft and accents gentle
we would just incidentally remind
whomsoever it may concern that the
crossing at the intersection of seventh
street and Chicago avenue is in a
dangerous condition. One of these
dark nights somebody will get hurt
there and then .
If you want a boss smoke, from
two and a half cents up to 15 cts. go to
2014 ClIITTEXDKX BttOS.
Three car loads of mules, horses
and grading outGt are now at Louis
ville, just arrived from Fort Worth,
Texas. This plunder belongs to Bee
son and Hammond, and as soon as
they are turned loose on their con
tract we defy the 1J.& M. to '"stop the
Try the Sectional Sweat Pads for
sale by J. G. Chambers. 2U2.
Several couple went out to Cum-,
tnins party Friday night, notwith
standing it rained, "and they reported
having a good ime although some of
them had quite a time getting home.
Those who did not go were sadly dis
appointed as they knew they wouni
miss a splendid time.
For a large assortment of Table
Linens, Xapkins, Towels aud Crash,
go to Fred Herrmann's. 20t2
Fred Stadelmann's new building,
adjoining the Hekald office, will be
completed in four or five weeks, and
occupied by John.S. Duke as a resi
dence. It will make a well arranged
building, with large, airy rooms, and
all other conveniences. We welcome
the Dukes to our hospitable neighbor
hood, and the Duchesses, too.
Afer a short respite, and an in
terview of sever?! cool and refreshing
days and nights, the old thermometer
got on a high old bender again on
Tuesday, and gave us another scorch
er. We would respectfoully ask the
thermometers to quit their climbing;
we've had enougli of it.
- Black Silks at Jos V. Weckbach's.
The new hotel will be open for
transient boarders the first of next
week, but it will be two or three weeks
before Mr. Keever, the lessee, will
have the building ready for the Grand
Opening. There will probably be a
big ball given and a big supper, when
the house is all fixed. The furniture
is being put in as fast as possible, but
it takts sometime to get tne house en
-Tea from 23 cents cents to 81.23
at Chittenden Bro3. 20t4
The Brush Electric Light appa
ratus, to be used at the coming State
Fair, will arrive in a day or two at
Omaha. The instructions are that the
lights must be elevated 130 feet, and
Sec'y McBride thinks it is no fool of a
job to raise a pole 130 feet high. Our
advice is he borrow a shot-tower some
where. A lot of those sectional sweat
pads at J. G. Chambers'. 21 12
As will be seen elsewhere the
PlaUsmouth Liederkranz has ar
ranged for another dance cn Friday,
August 2(ith, in commemoration of
the third anniversary of its existence.
It will, no doubt, be a pleasant affair,
as their dances have always proved
hitherto, and should be attended by
all who enjoy the "light fantastic".
Visitors from abroad will add to the
enjoyment of the occasion.
Fresh bread, cakes and pies, every
dav, at the Union Bakery, corner Main
and Third. lOtf
Last Saturday a wagon load of
young folks belonging to the I. O. G. T.
Lodge went out to Hesser's to have a
picnic. Several more couple came out
in the afternoon, and a good time was
had. Mr. Ilesser is very kind to let
those who wish to have a picnic go on
his grounds as they are a splendid
place for such purposes. The young
folks return thanks to Mr. Ilesser for
the use of his grounds.
I sell the best and cheapest bcots
and shoes. I defy competition.
4tf Pkteu Mehges.
A lively scene occurred opposite
the P. O., yesterday, between a certain
pounder (of iron) and an expounder
(of the law), which might nve ended
seriously, if the bystanders had not in
terfered. During the war of words the
expounder accused the pounder of de
frauding him out of his salary m the
City Council, and the pounder says he
had reference to his defeating his op
ponent at the last city election, w here
by the expounder had been debarred
from the City Attorneyship. And all
this time the thermometer said 104 in
Fred G order will sell wagons
cheaper than they can be got at any
other place in Nebraska. He has the
best makes. Give him a call and get a
good wagon cheap. 21t4
There was only one bid lower
than the Herald on the School Man
uel, out of five or. six bids. The Oma
ha Herald bid seven dollars and a half
over outs and the one that got it, did
the original job and knew just what it
cost them, and bid a little under us.
If some of our business men would
take the trouble to enquire before they
send off for job work, they would find
as a general thing, they can get jood
work done at the Hekald office as
cheap, if not cheaper, than they can by
sending it out of town. Bear that in
mind when you are in need of job
Bennett & Lewis sell Brernner's
fine Crackers. 20t4
A party named Carroll got on a
jamboree, Saturday night, and ran
right inlt the clutches of Officer Polin,
who met with such forcible resistance
by the prisoner m charge and his
friends, that he, (Polin), was compell
ed to make use of his billy, with which
he gave the prisoner a severe pommel
ing over the head, knocking him down
and, as is alleged, kicked him severely
in the side. The prisoner was finally
lodged in jail, where he remained un
til Monday morning when he "was
bailed out. On Tuesday he had a
hearing before Judge Sullivan, who
fined him 83 and costs, for disturbing
the peace, and resisting officers,
amounting in all to over S14.
Silks, Satins, Velvets for trim
mings at Jos. V. Weckbach's. 19t4
Cash will be paid for 1000 dozen
chickens this fall by Chittenden Bios.4
For mixed paints go to Roberts'
Drug Store. 51 tf
For Sale or Trade.
A good second hand wagon, for sate
cheap or will trade for buggy. En
quire at this office.
Brernner's Choice Crackers at
Baker & At wood's. 20t4
Another R. R. Accident.
Saturday morning the engineer of
the gravel train was switching some
flat cars, at Louisville, on to a side
track and the fireman, Mir. M. D. Hart
son, was uncoupling the cars, four
cars had been pushed back, the fire
man was on a fifth, the engine backed
up to it and he attempted to step on
the engine as it struck, but in some
way his foot slipped and he fell bo
tween the engine and car, the engine
breaking one of his arms and one leg;
he was brought down to PlaUsmouth
and the doctors did what they could
for him, but he died about 4 p. m.
Mr. Ilartson was a young man from
Boston, Mass., where he was takt;: for
buriul, Sunday. He was a member of
the Odd Fellow lodge, which fraterni
ty accompanied his remains to the
Junction, a large concourse of his
friends were at the depot. He leaves
a wife and child, his wife and Engin
eer Cummins went through with the
Death of Father Dooley.
Ilev. T. P. Dooley, rector of the
Episcopal church at Salina, Saline Co.
Kansas, died at his residence on Wed
nesday, August 10, 1881, at 2 o'clock
p. m. He died full of years of useful
ness, and in the blessed hope of a glo
rious mortality- lie was universally
respected for his uniform charity for
all and leaves behind him a long line
of mourning friends.
Father Dooley, as he was commonly
called, was not altogether unknown
in this city. lie was the father of
Mrs. Rev. H. B. Burgess, of St. LuKe's
church, and had made several short
visits here. He thus made friends of
all with whom he came in contact,
here, and by whom the news of his
final departure will be received with
feelings of undisguised sorrow. Mr.
a:id Mrs. Burgess were at his bedside
to comfort him in his last hours here
on earth, and receired his final bless
ing when he departed for that
brighter and happier land.
The funeral services took place on
tiie 12th, and were of an imposing
order. Peace to his ashes.
Note of Thanks.
Our heart-felt thanks are duo to our
friends in the parish for their present
awaiting our arrival. The sets of Chi
na, so valuable in themselves, will be
the more highly appreciated as a token
of affection at this present time.
Rev. and ilits. 11. B. BuRorss.
PlaUsmouth, Aug. 13, 1881.
The southwest corner of Maiu and
9ixth streets just now is undergoing a
thorough change. Dr. Black moves
his private offiice further up Main
street, on the vacant lot adjoining Dr.
Livingston's office. The building for
merly occupied by O. F. Johnson will
be moved to the lot adjoining Hatt's
residence, and for the want of store
room accommodations at present, the
building occupied by Mrs. Johnson fc
Sweeney, will have to remain on the
street, until the prospective improve
ments are completed. The ground
thus vacated will be filled-with sub
stantial store-rooms, and the new bank
building for the Cass County Bank.
Dr. Black will erect two handsome
brick buildings on the coraer 24x80
feet, two stories high; the corner room
to be occupied by the Bank, with a
private office in the rtar, a store room
for Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney, and Dr.
Black's office. South of these rooms
the M. E. church will also erect a sub
stantial two story brick building, to
be divided into two store-room3, 22xG0
feet each. Altogether there will be
92 front feet of improvements on
Sixth street and 60 on Main. The
dirt excavated from these lots will be
used in partly tilling up Sixth street
to the established grade, raising the
street even with the sidewalk in front
of the church.
These buildings w ill be pushed with
the utmost vigor and it is expected
they will be partly ready for occu
pancy before the snow flies. When
completed it will make the hand
somest corner in town, and, no doubt,
attract considerable trade. The store
routes on Sixth street will make
choice locations for business pus-poses
and be in demand.
PlaUsmouth is thus gradually spread
ing out in her mercantile progress, and
ere long will vie with any town of her
size in prcsperity and growth.
Drug3 -the largest stock at J. M
Between three and four o'clock on
Tuesday morning last the night po
lice, Lohnes, called at Judge O'Dono
hoe's residence, requesting him to is
sue a warrant for the immediate ar
rest of Alex Rudabeck, who. he slated,
had shot the bridge lender on the east
approach an hour previous.
The Judge promptly went down to
his office for the purpose of making
out the necessary papers, where he
found the injured party in waiting.
Upon being requested to make his in
formation under oath, tne party in
question replied that he would not
swear, as he did not believe in a Su
preme Being or in a. future state. In
consequence the Judge could not issue
the warrant, and Mr. Rudabeck was
left unmolested for the time being.
The man, it seems, was shot through
the left wrist, causing a painful but
not serious wound. What his state
ment would be we an unable to 3ay
but Mr. Rudabeck's version of the af
faii is this:
Mr. 11. is the bridge tender on the
west approach of the It. R. bridge, and
the injured man has charge of the
east approach of the bridge and the
trestle work beyond. Mr." It's, duty
is to cross the bridge immediately af
ter the passage of a train as far as the
east approach, and tiie east end man is
to do the same on the trestle work. It
seems Mr. R. caught him asleep on
several occasions and chided him for
it, which aroused the ire of the man,
and on Tuesday morning he weut for
Mr. R. witli a club. Mr. R. cautioned
him, but the man not heeding, Mr. R.
blazed away with a pistol, the ball
striking him in the wrist.
Later in the day the wounded man,
whose name, by the way, is William
Baughn, as wo are informed, succeeded
in swearing out a warrant before
Judge Sullivan'. It. was immediately
arrested, and had a preliminary hear
ing before the Judge, who placed him
under $300 bonds to await the action
of the Mill3 County authorities, it hav
ing been learned that the shooting was
done on the Iowa side. In the man
time complaint had been made in Glen
wood, and towards evening officers
from thtre arrived to make thd arrest
Mr. R. surrendered voluntarily w ithout
awaiting a requisition from the Gover
nor of Iowa.
The latest we have learned is that
R. had a hearing in Glen wood, and had
been bound over to appear at the next
term of the Mills Co. Court. Up to yes
terday evening bonds had not been fur
nished, and Mr. 11. consequently lingers
in the Glenwood jail at present.
Twenty-two years ago to-day F. M.
MacDonagh anived in this country di
rect from Dublin. That will beremeru
bered as the first and only year an
Irish comet ever appeared in the west
ern hemisphere. Mac has been a news
paper tale unfolding ever since. It is
to be hoped he will remain here anoth
er twenty-two years. Telegram.
All first class grocers sell Brern
ner's Choice Crackers. 20t4
New Goods at S. & C. Mayer's next
Brernner's Cream Soda, Williams
Gem, ami Chicago Butter Crackers are
the best. 20t4
Ladies you can get the best and
largest assortment of hose in this city
at Fred Herrmann's. 22t2
Brernner's Choice Crackers at Ben
nett & Lewis". 20t4
The Best Thing Out.
Labrador Herring in Tarter Sauce.
Try a can. Bennett & Lewis keep it.l
Wanted Some corn and oats on
subscription at this office; at once.
Money to Loan.
On good farm property on longtime.
Apply to J. W. Jennings,
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
Girl wanted to do general house
work. Inquire at once, Mrs. D. II.
At this office good dry corn or oats on
subscription, at once.
F. S. White is now delivering Ice daily
to customers at remarkably low prices.
Call or leave orders at his store, on
Main St. ietf
"Hreniner' Crackers I long have sought
Aud mourned because I found thein not'"
is the cry of every unfortunate person
who has been compelled to use the
snide crackers usually sold. 20t4
Just received a large line of woolens
consisting Jof flannels of all colors,
grades and prices; all shades of west
ern made yarns and blankets of all
kinds at Jos. V. Weckbach's. 22t2
We have bought a big stock of new
canned goods of tiie very best bnnds,
which will commence arriving in a
few days. We can fit you out for win
ter, as low as tho lawest. Come and
see Bennett & Lewis. 1
Wicked for Clergymen.
"I believe it to be all wrong and
even wicked for clergymen or other
public men to be led into giving testi
monials tt quack doctors or vile stuffs
called medicines, but when a really
meritorious article, made of valuable
remedies known to all, that all physi
cians use and trust in daily, we should
freely commend it. I therefore cheer
fully and heartily commend Hop Bit
ters for the good they have done me
and my friends firmly believing they
have no equal for family use. I will
not be without them."
Rev , Washington, D. C.
Those persons who do not need
Iron, but who are troubled with Nerv
ousness and Dyspepsia, will find in
Carter's Little Nerve Pills a most de
sirable article. They are Mostly used
in combination with Carter's Little
Liver Pills, and in this way often ex
ert a most magical efiect. Take just
one pill of each kind immediately af
ter eating and you will be free from
Indigestion and Dyspepsia. In vials
at 23 cents. Sold by Smith, Black &
J79A WEEK. S12 a dav at homo easily made
J I MC'ontly outfit free. Address, Turk & Co.,
Augusta. Maine. 49ly
J. f. Hinckley and wife reci'ittly left
Eureka, Nevada, for a trip t t i ; C.ty
of Mexico. On the way tin y 1 t 0
encounters with road-agents, one of
their exploits being described a? fol
lows by Mr. Hinckley: The lat time
we were stopped it was by Mexicans.
One stood in front of the team and tlto
other came to demand the coin. I had
a revolver under the seat, but before I
could think of it my wife drew it and
shot the fellow who wauted the money.
The report of the pistol frightened tho
team, and it broke away and dashed
over the Mexican holding it. The
horses, however, were shortly drawn
up, and the road-agent captured before
he had a chance t recover. Wo lashed
him up and tooic l.inito old Mexico."
A Frightful Situation.
Capt. Divi lL. Lmr-itroet, of Se
bright, savs a N-w Je:s y paper, ac
companied by a fellow-tisiierman, was
lishiii' with great suec J3? in teu fath
oms water. ""'The day was line, the sea
was right, and the trail was strong.
Suddenly the fish stopped biting.
Longslreet was unable to account for
the phenomenon, but w tile thinking it
over he felt the strong pull of a blue
fish at his hook. At tho same instant
he saw the dorsal fin of a shark close
by tho boat. The shark's tail churned
the water iuto foam twelve teet benind
When the shark snapped at tho blue
fih Lonstrect was pu iing to the boat,
he could see that it w::s not the com
mon shark, but the blac-k shark, or
dreaded man--ater. Longstreet con
tinues: "I let go of my line, but the
blue-fish darted 'straight for the boat,
slipping under it and escaping. The
shark, following closely with open
mouth, plunged his nose through the
tuck' of the boat, about a foot forward
of the stern, and his under ja'.v clos'd
on the keel with a crash like tho cut of
an axe in a dry tree-trunk. Water
spurted into the boat. Tiie shock threw
me headforemost out of the boat. I
sank.and as I rose, I felt that I was kept
under by tho agitation of tiie water
by the shark's tail, which stirred the
water like tho propellor of a tug. Bir.
I struck out vigorously, and, to my
horror, came to the surface alongside
the tail of tho shark. I put out my
hand before I realized fully where 1
was, and touche I his cold body, an-:
remember I thought, 'How hard and
strong this is!' As I turned to swim
towards the boat my right foot struc ;
his long tail, and hero is the mark of
the contact. As soon as I got to swim
ming I felt at ease. I tlidn'i seem I
realize, as I do now, the horrible fat.
that awaited meif the struggling ra .'1
ster alongside of rue got hi head clea
of tiie hole in the boat. I climbed into
the boat, helping myself by putting ni
knee on the shark's back. M.-anwbi!
the other fisherman had been shoatiu,.
for help, and a relief-boat toon ap
proached. tho slroliag si.ark freeing
itself and eofo-ty'iug."
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
Goods, 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 jour
selves of our great advertised price
list. Vre will pay the highest market
price for produce a'ld you in return
will receive anything in our line at
the lowest cash figures. Don't forget
the place next door to Court House.
I7tf Solomon & Nathan.
A Beneficent Action.
The worn look ai d miserable feeling
of those closely confined in 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 has
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
Real 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 stone
dwelling house of five rooms, cellar,
with well, fruit trees, shrubbery and
all other conveniences and improve
ments. Will be sold very cheap, a3 I
wish to return east. Apply on prem
ises to Mrs. L. Woiil.
Also offer for sale the shop adjoining
formerly occupied as Blacksmith shop
18x60 feet with lot. Enquire of Frank
Stander, Ag't. Louisville, Neb. 20t8
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, apernianent
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 von. 20t4
To all whom it may concern :
The partnership heretofore existing
under the firm name of' W. II. Baker
& Co., is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, Mr. Pannele having sold his
interest to S. II. Atwood. The style of
the concern will now be Baker & At
wood All accounts of the old concern
to be settled with W. IL Baker, at the
old stand. W. II. Baker.
21 12 C. II. Parmele.
PlaUsmouth, Neb., Aug. 1, 1881.
Many thousands of people yearly
are saved from dangerous fevers by
the exercise of a little timely care in
the matter of properly cleansing the
system in the spring season, from the
accumulated impurities, which, if left
undisturbed, breed disease. As a pur
ifier Ayer's Sarsapaiilia acts directly
and promptly. A single bottle will
prove, its merits.
I he Old settlers
Of this County will meet at the Fair
Grounds on Saturday September 24th
1831. 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 further particulars later.
1914 By order of Society.
Try Carters Little Nerve Pills for
any case of nervousness, sleeplessness,
weak stomach, indigestion, dyspepsia,
&c, relief is sure. The only nerve
medicine for the price in the market.
In vials at 23 cents. Sold by Smith
Black & Co.
S. II. Atwood having bought the in
terest of C. II. Parmele in the firm of
W. II. Baker & Co, the style of the firm
will be Baker & Atwood, who will
continue business at the old stand, and
will be glad to see all the old custom
ers, and will try to merit the patronage
of a host of new ones. Respectfully,
2U2 Baker & Atwood.
Habit, if not necessary, makes a
Hair Dressing such as Dr. Ayer's la
boratory issues, indispensible to many.
Ayer's Ilair Vigor is one of the most
delightful we have ever used. It re
stores not only the color, but gloss and
luxuriance, to faded and gray hair.
Brown's Blackberry and Ginger.
Should be in every house during the
heated season. It never fails to cure
Diarrhoea, Dysentery and Cholera
Morbus. For sale by J. II. Buttery,
Smith, Black & Co., O. F. Johnson and
J. M. Robert , Plattsmouth, "J. V.
Painter, East PlaUsmouth.
If there ever was a specific for
any one complaint, then Carter's Little
Iiiver Pills are a specific for sick head
ache, and every woman shou!d know
this. Only one pill a dose. Sold by
Smith. Black & Co.
Farm for Sale.
The south J2 f northwest qn irt r
ofKc. 23, township 11, range 12, TO
acres in cultivation, with good house,
granary and well. Apply soon to
Plattsmouth, Neb. 2U2
The quieting, rest-producing qua!
' itio?, as well as the far-reaching and
j powerful curative effects of Ayer's
j Cherry Pectoral, render it the very
best remedy known for lung diseases.
All persons knowing themselves in-
j debled to the undersigned, are re
I quested to call and settle, as money
I he needs and must have.
20t2 J. G. Chambers.
If you have fever and ague, dis
ordered liver, dyspepsia, general de
bility, try Dr. Marshall's Bromoline,
the Big Blood and Liver Cure; only
fifty cents a bottle.
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.
For biliousness or costiveness, or
any liver complaints, by Dr. Marshall's
Bromoline, the Fifty-Cent Blood Med
medicine. Druggists sell it.
AliENI'? AND CANVASSERS
Make from H'5 to .V pr ivek selling
poods for E. H. HIDEOUT & CO.. 10 Barclay
street. New York. 22yl
bend for their Catalogue and. terms.
j. i). sniPsoN,
Geo. Wools & Co. Pianos and Organ!.
News Depot, Magazine ami Pajtcrs,
Main Si. i,iijn.-.;u- New lion I.
n.ArrsMonti - - nf : !:a-k .
William Jewell College,
i.l ti ti i . .110.
Kuisiteoii nun K .. I.. if Kaiis:. 1 it v. mi thi
ll. & .si. Jo. K. U. due f the 1-'M l.ll.-:rs l.r
voting nu'ii ; with an oxi'i-Ilrnt rivimralory 1
partiiitiit. Mmlents cati t;iK? tli Kt-gul.tr
I onise lor a ilfjjri-e. or an KiixHxIt or ilu
ineM Course, or el-t Siiuiifs. Moral
i-pt'cially Kiiartlcil ; city lieahlnul ; good lioaiil
and lodging it lowest poxit .iyxrt. Ely Hall
completeil. W rite for catalogue.
2iU W. K KO 111 WELL, Liberty. Mo.
THIRD ANNIVERSARY BALL !
AT rHZCr.UALO HALL.
Friday, Aug. 26th, 1881.
Invited guesis from Omaha, Papilian,
etc. will be present.
A Good Time Guaranteed to All.
BEST OF MUSIC ANI
Tickets - 22t2 - $100.
McCLELLaND BKOS. & CO.
are prepared to reuovate feathers wiih McAr
tliur's celebrated Steam Feather Renovator,
patented Fb. SMli. lb"3, anil acknowledged to
be the lateit and best Invention yet. made to
perforin thin necessary work.
The highest testimonials have been received
from the leading physicians of each city where
the machine has been operated, bearing testi
mony the renovating of feathers to be ti vital
question, and well worth all tha cost for tlio
consideration of health alone.
The ladies of l'lattsuionth will oblige the firm
by examining the process at their establish
ment, when the full process will be explained,
located at store formerly held by D. II. Wheel
er Jt Co., Real Estate Agents, north side Main
stleet between 2d and 3d streets. Orders by
card called for and delivered.
OU NO CIIAltGE MADE.
McCLELLANI) BROS. & CO. refer with great
picture to the following influential citizens of
riattsmouth who have favored them with
their work, aud who will give their testimony
of satisfaction given by the Finn :
Dr. Schtldknecht, Mrs. C. E. Wescott.
Mrs. Capt. Palmer. .sheriff U. W. llyers,
Judge W. II. Newell. '. H. I'annele,
M. L. White, Mrs. McKntee,
J. 1. Young. Mrs. O'Keefe,
.lutlge O'Doiiohoe, .1. Mathews,
Kasgorshek Itros.. Mrs. .las. HotlgiTt.
Mrs. M. W'ay bright. Mi's. . W. Shrjoi-i..
Mrs. Stadeliiiaiin. Rev. .1. iialialier,
Mrs. E. Ohver.
and many others too numerous to men Ion. Llr4
How to Secure Health.
It seems strange that any one wi.l
suffer from derangements bronchi on
bv impure blood, when SCO V 1 LlS
SAHSAPARILLA AND SULLIX
(ilA.or ULOOD AND LIVEll sYlt
UP will restore health to the physical
oiganization. It has been proven to
be the BEST libOUl) PUitlFIEK
ever discovered, emiiitf Scrofula,
Syphilitic disorders. Weakness of the
Kidneys, Eiysipelas, Malaria, Nervous,
disorders. Debility, bilious complaints
and all Diseases of the Blood, Liver,
Kidney's Stomach, Skin. etc. A sinyle
bottle will prove a health renewer, for
it ACTS LIKE A CIIAKM, especially
when the complaint is of an exhaus
BAKER'S PAIN PANACEA cures
pain in Man and Beast. Use exter
nally and internally.
TANNEH'S GERMAN OINT
MENT cures Burns, Cuts, Wounds,
Sores, Sprains, Chilblains, etc., soothes
Inflammation, and relieves pain in the
side, chest, shoulders, etc. 2
Guthman Bros, sell Brernner's due
'o More Ice ! Js'o More lee ! !
All persons knowing themselves in
debt for ice, are requested to call and
settle up immediately, or ice w ill not
be left for them.
20t4 F. S. White.
Brown's Vegetable Liver Pills
Are a sure cure for Liver Complaint,
Constipation and Biliousness. For
sale by all Drtggist3 in the West.
Money to Loan.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Inquire of 1). D. Martindale,
Louisville, Neb. 13tf
Come and Sec
The large stock of Spring Shoes and
Slippers, good and nice at Merges'. 4tf
Ciites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House. Plattsmouth, Neb. 5tCm
-The best and cheapest,
The finest and neatest
Shoes and Slippers
For little trippers
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at Schiegel & Niemann 'a,
opposite P. 0. -
' l t ..!-
i-i . : ii u
Riieuin ;!ic t'tire. f::i iricu r.' , -
cine warranted s;ue. n . ".!.!: . ; i
speed cur Joi I'.ii-'.iw..::.i:i;. N
gia. Lame Backs, P.iiii in tl.e .-;.-Stomach.
Kidneys, .Vc, &. Smith,
Black & Co. h ive so-ld over one htni
dieii bottles in the l ist two month"
Ifyou want to bu or sell city proper
ty of any kind
If you waul to buy or sell a farm of
If you want money with farm lands
to secure it call on
Will S. Wise,
401115 Fitzgerald Block
It 3 ust lie So.
For all who use Brown's Fepsin
Tonic Sit;- it is a sme cure for lys
jiepsia and sick Headache. Try it.
For sale by all Druists in Platts
mouth and East Plattsmouth.
rejisin. Rhubarb, Mandrake & (ieiitiaii
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 Seb.
To the Citizen's of UieCuuntj ami 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 lirerproof house before
the comet comes down, call on J. T. A
Hoover, Louisville, Nebraska.
LAKE FOREST UNIVERSITI
IjNilirA Mrininary-uinuraMed. Atmd
my thorough. i'oMrg lour co.ire.
V.-jr b'KliiH .et 7tli. t'.jcaininr firr lnvrnt I r .
t'iali'm xt-iit l y the 1 renldeut, J. s. ikko
uki, 1. II. Rake r'oreNi, II . unltf
Di. M'ai-U'.- Ri cum die One is an
:.;.i r.ii ivmedv and is pronounced by
!, . -I !t. U w!-o ;..tve u-i it i. to cunt. tin
:ti-ii- ti tie :.e.!ir:.l virtu--, tit.i.-i an)'
l; I 1- :.d !!.;.. n r;v.;. l).c v.'.fl.i ' ui
ii - . ' i .. j f ' tl'-i liiiitilt lits. ll IS
a ,'i i :''i '!. s 1 1 1 i ' : , I ! .11- tV l ' , I'lo
f ii Im- v-'.; by P. S. BuiMsaiid A.
i). M;ii.-.!,aii. Vii-tjing V"a: r, Neb. 8tf
.v '-.'.use ami lot situated on the
A. E. corner ot'tlranilc uiul Seventh
r-t. The house is 1 .J story; contains
live rooms ami a pantry, is almost
new and in good condition. Price
$1000; 700 cash anil balance in one
year. For latther information enquire-
of I). 11. Wheeler k Co. Agt.
In All Whom it May Concern.
Mr. II. T. Franks, who lias been rep
resenting me in the 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 ami see if they are all
satisfactory. I w ill not bo responsible
for anything done by him after this
date, Ju!y 11th, 1881.
Mr. J. F. Beaunieister now owns
ALDERNEY BULL, "WELLINGTON,"
No. 1907, dropped January 4th, 1878,
Sire, Kentucky, 2d, 758; grandsire,
Kentucky G28. From imported Tran
sit, bred by II. S. Durand, Wis., w hich
it will bo remembered Chaplain
Wright brought here hist year. This
bull is a thorough-bred Ahlerney, or
Jersey bull and will be kept for servi
ces this sumtne: at Mr. Beaurjeister's
place nrth of town, on the Platte
Valley road. All who desire the use
of such an animal sluuld call and see.
J. F. Beaumeister.
Stock from a distance, pastured free
of charge after the first of May. 52tf
Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass county, will be at tho
following limes 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 Liiiiwiiuil I he last Friday and
Salurdapof March At Greenwood
tin-iasl I'rnliv and a. unlay In Feb
i nai .
ii. II. Woolky,
Pi opoa.s lor Bids.
SEALED PROPOSALS nlll be received at
the oiiice of Or. John P.Uck, l'l.il t-iiiunit li, Ne-tira-k;i,
until 1 o'clock, nuou, Sc:cinl.i'r lit,
lxsi. for tie- i--iiiii of a buck LiiI!iij;, urn the
corner of M tin ami .sixth Mrrcl I'l.il Unioiitli,
Ncbr;c-I.a. aid r-uiiilinK to be two Mories liinh
ami iiiueiv-two t'Jl) feel front ; one-half -
tfiminy; 1-acK sixty-Mix OiC i feel, aiul ti.e oilier
Jiaif ei;;.ny i'j; fret. 1 id: lower ftor.v lo In- iti
vi. led imo four business romuM, and tiiy up.ier
story t i he fHteil u) fnrolNces. Plan :-.'.! .jm--citii-tiliorn
niiiy tie ncrii at I lie o!hre of 111. John
l-.kick , Piat IviiiDUlli, or at Ilia olliceof Archi
tect Drin-ol!, Omaha. The i i:rl:t to reject uny or
all biiU is reserved. h. I.. Whjtk,
i. li. Itl.ACK.
R. li. WlM.IIAM,
Building Cora, ou the part of the M. E. 1 lunch.
Z1M hit, Joil Rl.ACK.
riuUMiiotilh, Neb., Auk. 17th, lol.
Notice of Leasing of County
Notice is hereby uiven that bid will he re
ceived up to noon of the Cth d;iy of September,
181, for the hoard of and care of County pau
pers, and ihe leasing of Poor Farm. 1 fie Co.
CommixMouers reserve the right to reject any
or all bid". Itids to be filed ut the ofllce of the
My order of County ComtnlHsiouers.
lUi J. D. Terr, County Clerk.
Notice for Clearing and Grub
bing of Public Road.
The County CoinuiUsioners hereby glre no
tice that they will receive bid for the cleatuiK
out and grubbing of County Koad .. lyo (or
Porter Koad), extending from Chicago Avenue
to the point where Lincoln Avenue mrikH the
south line of city limits, illds will be received
at County Clerk ofllce up to noon of Septem
ber 6, 1HS1. The Commissioner;! reserve the
ntrbt to reject any or all bids.
iiy order of County Commissioners.
21U J. D. Terr, County Clerk.
Tk all whom it may concern :
'lne opening of I wo uecliou line roads having
been petitioned foi by J. i.. Meisluger et al..
and described as follows : Fnt road commen
cing at south east corner of section two (2).
township twelve (12). range twelve (12), and
running thenc west two (2) miles, and terminat
ing at Koulli weft corner of section three (J).
aiue lowiiHbiit and range ; Second road com
mencing at Houtli east corner of section teu (lu
township twelve (12). range twelve (12). running
thunce north one aud one-half (l'i) miles, and
terminating at 8. e. corner of north east quar
ter me?.) of feet ion three (3), same tovtnhip
and range, all objections thereto or claims for
damages, must be tiled in the Coui.ty Clerk's
ollicc on or oelore noon ol the 4th day of Octo
ber, A. D, 181, or such roadH will be opened
without reference thereto.
J. D. 1 ITT, County Clerk.
Amos Well, l.ucyVtoil
John P. .Mai. n.e.
John P M.niny, defendant, will t.tKc not ce
tli.it on the l:LUilay of July, 1hi. phiiin ltf here
in tiied uls pell Ion lu Hie Diflrici Court of
Cans i 'nuut . Neb; :, a iiii'l t above i.atu-
.1 . i : -. ,; i. !! ; . I i : .in I t
. . : cv li dale . h'-i 1 1 ;
lie li i.v due and payable.
. r a decree that def '-ii'l.uit hn
; the -.hid', or the -aid premises
may ie soul io s.Uisty t-ie amount clue. As ap
pi aii' Iroiu the lecoid oltitl. you hold it sec
ond limrrtj.'ge on :ud land, dat'-d Sept -mber 2.
ls'i. Pl.ii.itiff pr.ts thai this iuortg:i may be
adjudged junior aiel Inb-rior to lh" mortgage
lien of tl;i- plaintill, Vou uie jeuiici to iin-wri-said
pet tio;i on o.- leiore the I2t h day of
Py Windham & campiskli.. Att ys. 2'iU
Taken up bv the Mibscribcr living in Hock
Pluil-i precinct One sorrel h.ilte. white spot
: in lace, rluhl hind toot white, hinall lump un
J der the rijiht eye, bone tpatin on ri;;bt bind
leg. I he owner can nave "iime by proving
property and paying charges.
1st.", C. J. M wm.v.
To ;ill whom it may concern :
The commissioner appointed lo locate a road
commencing at a point fifteen and seehiy-out
hundredths (15 70-loe; chains west of the ipiart
er feel ion corner on north side of feet ion nine
teen (Int. town twelve ( 12), range fourteen (14) ;
tience running Kinith i;V s'. tea (l chain:
running thence south :ts W, nine and fifty-one
l.i'i.i.ii i!; h (t iO-woi chaiiif ; thence ou(h 47
lo' W. fifteen and cighly-oue hundredths(15 sn
lnji ciiiiins ; thence soiirh :tn W. eleven HI
chains : theuee couth .-'l'i' W, forty eight and
fifty three-one hundredths 4S 5o-1iki chains to
She center of County road, bearing north and
south, and at a point one and ninety six-one
hundredth (1 ;-li"i) chains couth of iheeighth
section corner on the north cide of north east
quarter ne!l of section twenty five 25J. town
twelve 121. range thirteen f 13 j, eai-t nth 1'. M..
and terminating at caid point, has reported in
favor of tiie location hereof, aud all objections
thereto, or claims for damagec. mui't be filed in
the 1'onuty Clerk's ottlce on or before noon on
the 2fth day of September, A. D. 1MI. or such
road will be opened without reference thereto.
I7t5 J. D. Tutt, County Clerk.
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