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To-ni'nt. ptember 15th!
Evrj V '!y l sure to go and see
SnW. I'oiatoe at Bennett & Lew
is' 1 ..
Wnteii thw Great lied Stere thii
Diptlivriit is very prevalent in
flood ptinta 5 cts. at the Great
Streiht & Miller have a fine line
of saddles. 1
X Bohemian child was buried on
Stove i'v;rd at J. . Duke's, all
kinds And in. 26i3
Frtryotir children's cloaks go to
Solomon A N'athan. 1
New fall Hats and Trirumintr at
Herrmann L Wurl's.
Emm Leland Comb nation in
Kaz.ti. Kiukk to-night.
An immense stock of stove boards
cheap at J.X. Duke'e. 2Ct2
George Magney is goin to leave
us for Parillion In a shrt time.
Xw Furniture Store, come and
fe us. Sep new advertisement. 1
A perfect fit of spectacles and eye
glasses guaranteed by L. C. Erven.2Ct2
Wiley Black has sold out to his
partner, Ed. lluffner, who continue
the business as usual.
Solomon & Nathan's assortment
of Cloaks, Dolmans and Wraps are
imply immense. 1
Drew A, Weckbach's new store
breaks the monotony of that block
Save your eye sight by buying a
perfect, fit of spectacles or eye glasses
of L. C. Erven.
I'hil Young has just put in a nise
wire frame around the table on which
his books are placed.
The largest aiii prettiest stock of
millinery goods ever before in Plalts
nieuth, can be seen in a few days at
the Great Bed Stere. 1
The ttone curbing on Main st. is
beginning to be put down. Baker &
Atwood ara tho second.
We announce the arrival of some
elegant imported Pattern Hats this
week, at Solomon & Nathan's. 1
-The foundation for the bank build
ing on Sixth znd Main streets is going
in. Dr. Black has his hands full just
Solomon & Nathan are going to
make things boom this Fall in the w.y
of prices and general assortment of
Dry Goods, Millinery, etc. 1
Gents buy our $1.00 unlaundried
ehirts. the best to be had for th mon
ey, at Herrmann's. 26t2
J. B. Perkins. Troop "E." Mt'd. Ut
iles, New Yolk, was another old com- i
rade we met at Lincoln, and lie takes
the UnrtAl.u to keep posted about the
The farmers will do well to take
their butter and eggs to A. Clark, in
Solomon & Nathan's old stand, as he
will pay the highest market price for
them in cash. 1
Younj Mr. Atwood, at the Ar
lington House, Lincoln, was a mem
ber of troop "L." of the "Bines," and
we had a pleasant chat.
Our merchants are getting in
pilea of goods this fall, larger than
ever before. They are immense and
how what an amount of business is
A car load of hard coal stoves,
Crown Jewel. Badiant Home and oth
er varieties, will arrive this week, at
J. S. Duke's. 2Gt2
Duke is receiving a line lot of new
goods in his line and some of the fin
est stoves and stove boards we ever
raw. See locals elsewhere.
Baker & Atwood are receiving
sstacks of new goods, the finest that
ever s'ruck Plattsmouth heretofore.
This is no taffy. Give them a call. 1
As Mr. J as. Dickson, was starting
for the State Fair Monday, with their
f taliion and the llamblntonian mare,
the horse, became frightened, near
Jleispl's Mill, and threw Mr. D. out in
juring him severely.
Frank Morrison has some of the
finest meat ever put up, now. Ue
makes it a point to buy good fat cat
lie and nothing but the best. 1
The Emma Abbot Opera Troupe
are to be in Omaha, next week Mon
day and Tuesday, and a number of our
people, especially the ladies' wiy t.ke
advantage of the matinee Tuesday af
ternoon, to hear some fine operatic
StveigM & Milier will soon have
in a large stock of whips, collars, &c,
they already have a fine stock of sad
d!?s. harnesf, both heavy and light.
Give them a call. 26t2
'lbe plans for the new M. E.
ChiTcb building ami Bank, on 6th and
Miti:i wer showu us lately by Mr. M.
I. White, w ho lias charge f the M. E.
v work. Tl-v plans show one of the
handsomest business blocksoften saen.
- IIazsi drtKE presented bv the
Eii'i Lel-iud Combination to-night
- ,tGiig the best plays of the uay,
- 4 . ;''!' f'tt s:nv it in Lincoln
' ibt Wcwk can testify to this fact-
Dr. W. VT. Wiley took tho Fair in
Will Short was in town tke latter
part of last wek.
Mr. Frank, of Pacifie Junction, was
over Monday, with Mr. Gayle.
Mrs. Geo. Smith returned from her
eastera visit the first ef the wrek.
O. M. Carter, i'ost Trader, way up
somewhere, was in town last week.
Dr. Butler, f Weeping Water, came
up last Friday to see the match game
Mr. Will Shryock, his sister Louisa,
and Mrs. C. Irwin tok in the State
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. B. Hall and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Barker went up t he
Mr. Cam. Klepser aud wife, formerly
of Weeping Water, but now of Louis
ville were in twn Tuesday.
Mrs. Payne, of Lincoln, passed
through Plattsmouth Manday on her
way to Monmouth, 111., for a visit. '"
James Mitchell, a son of Thos. Mit
chell, returned to Plattsmouth last
week after an eight years' absence.
Alf White started on a trip through
Minnesota last week, looking up the
vegetable interest f his store, potatoes
Frank Davis left for the western
part of the state last week where he
will spend two or three waeks with
Captain Palmer, wife and children
went East to Chicago last Monday.
Great Insurance conference, and "Cap"
is King Bee.
Miss Lizzie SchilJknecht has been
quite ill the past two weeks, with a
bilious fever, but we are glad to say
she is now rapidly improving
Thad Clarkson was at the Re-Union.
Good for sore eyes to see him again.
Tisn't every body that has a brother
"can talk like a Daisy" though.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Boberts returned
from their Colorado trip last week
Wednesday. They stayed just long
enough to find cool weather here on
Miss Hattie Sheffer is running Mr.
Leonard' gallery during his absence,
and all the boys go up now to get their
pictures taken, aud they get good ones
Mre. J. W. Love left for Maine last
Saturday afternoon called there sud
denly by a telegram announcing the
duath of her brother. Mies McConig
hey takes her place in the schools.
O. F. Johnson, our very enthusiastic
mountain friend, leaves this vek for
a much needed trip way out west. Mr.
J. looks very much better already in
consequence of open air exercise and
release from the cares of business.
Fred Stadelmann left Monday after
noon for Faribault, Minn., where he
will attend college, devoting his time
exclusively to the study of mathemat
ics and civil engineering. Mrs. Siadel
mann accompanied hiin.
James Vivian left for Bloemington,
Tuesday, where he will clerk in a dry
goods and grocery house, which Boss
Vauatta has just started. Jim's mauy
old friends are sorry to have him leave
Mr. and Mis. Pepperberg. and Mas
ter Abraham took the early morning
tiain east last Tuesday. Mr Pepper
berg on his semi-annual trip to New
York and other eastern points, and
Mrs. Pepperberg to visit her parents
in St. Jo.
Mrs. P. L. Wise and Mrs. J.N. Wise,
of Plattsmouth.Meb., visited at the
residence of lion. Bobert Dykes, of
this city several days this week. Mrs.
Emma Wise, nee Dykes, will return to
her home in Plattsmouth, in a few
weeks. Kendall ville Staudaid
Mr. E. M. Yates left Plattsmouth
Trtesday afternoon en route for Stutt
gart, Germany, called thre by the ill
ness of his wifa and daughter. His
friends will much regret the illness
which calls him there and hope for re
newed health, that will enable him to
enjoy his trip.
Mr. Wescott, the clothing man,
returned from the east Monday, and
has bought one of the largest and best
elected stocks of goods in his line in
the market. He is one of our best
business men ; knows what he wants,
what the public needs, and how to put
goods before them of the best quality
and style. Call and see his stock soon.
Mr. and Mis. Win. Ilerold left last
evening for the east. They will spend
a few days in Chicago, and then visit
Niagara Falls, New York Boston, and
ther points of interest. Mr. aud Mrs.
Ilero'.d have devoted themselves very
closely to business and need aud de
serve a rest and a pleasant trip. They
have chosen the pleasantest season
for travel, too, and will no doubt en
joy themselves to the utmost. The
will be absent for two or three weeks.
Drugs -the largest stock at J. M.
No one should fail to hear Emma
I.eland in bar great success, Hazel
A series f "Gospel Meetings" are
Wing held at the Christian church,
this week, by Bev. Mr. Crowther. A
cord'sl invitatioa is extended to all.
Call and see the new styles in
miiineiy at Herrmauu & Wurl's. 25i2
Solomon & Nathan have just open
ed wiit their first invoice of millinery
goods. Go and see tne new styles. 1
There will be no services in the
Catholic Church Sunday, as the Bev.
Pastoi will be absent on one of his
Bemembor that reserved seats for
Emma Leland are only 50 cts. within
the reach of everybody for a first class
--Borx To Mr. Wm. Weber and
wife on Sept. 10th, 1881, a son.
And the babe and mother are doing
well. Weber, Stamm and Julius think
the cigar business all boys the past j
The Perkins House.
During our absence, this very hand
some and thoroughly equipped Hotel
has ben opened to the Public. That
is to say Mr. McKeever, the landlord,
is ready for guastj, and has been re
ceiving all he can accommodate for
same weeks, though no formal open
ing t f the House has as yet been
made. We understand that an open
ing supper and formal inauguration,
as one may say will be held soon.
Although the Herald noticed the
fact that this houss was open, while
the editor wa3 in Colorado, and we
there read the notice with great pleas
ure, yet we took the first opportu
nily of looking through the house
somewhat, sinco our return, and mak
ing the acquaintance of the landlord.
We were very much pleased with
the neat and handsome appearance of
the rooms, and the traveling men we
have met on the cars and about, 'all
speak well of its management.
Sunlay, a paper man from St. Louis,
and an agent from Baltimore, stopped
over here, just because we had a jood
new, well kept Hotel, so you see it ia
advertising itself somewhat already.
Nevertheless that all who lead may
know that we have e. good hotel
opened at last, and that the papers do
and have and always have and always
will, notice in due time and season,
all improvements in Plattsmouth and
all things interesting to the Public,
we heraby give "divine notice", us J.
Sterling would say, that The Perkins
House, Plattsmouth, is finished, fur
nished, occupied, and now open for
every respectable man, woman or
child to stop at who has the money to
pay the bills. Selah!
A iarge stock of Library lamps
just received at Smith, Black & Co's,
C E. TTESCOTT,
THE "BOSS" CLOTHIEB
anounces fall arrivals of actual bar
gains, worthy of inspectien. A com
plete stock of New Goods just coming
in. Ho claims best materials, latest
styles, superior finish, perfect fits and
f opular prices, one price and no mon
key ousiness. See ad in another col
Novelties constantly arriving ev
ery day, at Solomon & Nathan's. 1
There will be a meeting of those in
terested in the "Old Settles Picnic,"
on the 24th, at the Herald office, Sat
urday evening, Sept. 17th, at 7:30
sharp. MAcMuRPiir, Sec'y.
Mr. U. V. Mathews new residence
on the corner of Vine and Fourth
streets, is nearing completion. It has
a very neat outside appearance, and
all the rooms, twelve in number, are
handily arranged, with a view to com
fort and convenience.
Parties wishing to purchase any
thing in the Cloak or Dolman's line for
Ladies or Children, should look over
F. Herrmann's stock before purchas
ing elsewhere. 26t2
Some parties broke into John
Blake's saloon Saturday night last, and
got away with a gallon or two of
whisky, a box of cigars, a couple of
bottles of case liquors, and sundry
other articles. Suspicion rests upon
a well-known character of this town,
but nothing definite has been ascer
tained thus far.
The finest line of Fancy Groceries
in town is kept by Bennett Lewis. 1
The Temperance meetings held
last week by the friends of the cause
aided by Mr. Sobeisky and others, were
very well attended and very interest
ing. Mr. S. visits Mt. Pleasant, Weep
ing Water and in fact all the Good
Templar Lodges in the County, speak
ing one night at least in eaeh Lodge.
. Something new at the Great Red
Store in a few days. Look for it. 1
Among the valuable improve
ments we observed, on coming home,
were those of the Messrs. Waterman
in and about their lumberyard. Hav
ing bought two more lots south of
their old yard these enterprising bus
iness men proceeded at once to bridge
the creek, grade down the hill and
make a large, roomy, find place to ex
tend their growing lumber trade. The
improvements in the office and grounds
are such when completed, that they
will be permanent and make one of
the best yards west of the Missouri.
Ladies don't buy your hats until
you have seen ours. Great Bed Store. 1
Mr. Uesser orders a quantity of
dodgers, advertising his plants for the
State Fair and as usual will take up
a large number of plants and flowers,
lie intends to close out the greater
portion ol his nursery stock this fall,
and confine himself more to the rais
ing at fruit. He reports the founda
tion of his new house laid, but owing
to the impossibility of getting v :
men he will not do much more b.-;.J-ing
Crosse A Blackwell's Malt Vinegar
in quart bottles, just received by Ben
nett & Lewis. 1
At the Fire meeting Tuesday
evening, there was only a slim attend
ance of firemen. Pres. Weckbach, and
Foreman F. E. White were present. A
general talk was indulged in, some
talk of disbanding &c, but final con
clusion to hold together a while longer.
A committee to try to raise money for
a water engine and to confer with
Council about aid was appointed. Ad
journed to meet Tuesday eveuirjr the
Seven pounds good Rio Coffee for
one dollar at Bennett & Lewis" 1
Ed. Chandler, a jeweler who used
to work for Mr. Carruth, committed
suicide last Saturday by throwing
himself in front of a moving train,
three miles east of Palmyra. Otoe Co.
His remains wero brought to Palmyi i,
and properly interred. Chandler v. ,;s
addicted to drink and had been ... 4
periodical spree. He left a wi:V ;;-.d
one child in Indiana. His wife had
been divorced from him for some
years on account of his habits. He
was very much of a gentleman when
sober, and has met with a Bad, but ex
It's Gome, It's A Bis TMng, anfl We Haye Got It.
A IV IKHKXSG
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Including all the late ami desirable novelties in Styles, Fabrics and
Colors. Do not let it escape your memory that this is a
NEW STOCK THROUGHOUT.
AVe are now about to offer this entire assortment at prices
which will draw a mob. "Will ycM be there 1 Everything marked
in plain figures. Xo deviation in prices. Everything warranted as
Main St., Next to Smith, Black & Co..
it A. B.
The regular meeting of tho G. A. K.,
Tuesday evening, was not as well at
tended as it should Lavo Leen.
Quartermaster Strode made his re
port, a complete and detailed state
ment of the finances of the Post since
he was Quartermaster. The member
ship is good and from these fees alone
most of the running expense of the
Post have been paid. No dues bave
been collected for several quarters and
these will now be looked after.
A committee to examine and repoit
on Mr. Strode's report was appointed
as follows: Comrades Barnes, Thom
as and Bowen.
There having been no definite ar
rangement about Hall a committee
was appointed to confer oa that mat
ter and report. They are Comrades
Twiss, Ilolloway and Hoffman.
It having been long understood that
there would be an "Old Settlers" meet
ing at the Fair Grounds, Sept. 24th, to
which the Old Soldiers were invited.
and at which, afcer the Old Settlers
meeting, a Camp Fire will bo lighted,
action was taken to prepare fcr same.
A committee of arrangements for
that occasion was appointed consist
ing of Comrades Livingston, Barnes
Committee on Finance O itourke,
Hoffman, Twiss and Cooper.
Committee on Music Ilolloway aud
Committee on Hard-Tack Chap
Committee to invite Ashland and
Weeping Water posts Sec'y pro tern.
The Post then adjourned until next
Tuesday evening, 20th, at 7:30 sharp,
when a special meeting will be held to
hear reports of Committees aud trans
act further business.
A general invitation is extended to
all old settlers and old soldiers in the
County to be present and aid in mak
ing the occasion one to be long remem
bered. The Be-Unioc.
The grand Reunion of Nebraska sol
diers closed Saturday moining. Thurs
day and Friday were clear days, and
the boys enjoyed them to the fullest
extent. The camp-fire Thursday night
seemed to be the most 'rememberable'
one to our boys. "Col. Livingston"
spoke among the rest told 'em the old
Schultz story with increased vim.
Organizations of all the soldiers
from different states preceded these
two days, and many an old comrade
was found, when tho ranks were tilled,
that would otherwise have been miss
ed. The Prisoners meeting in the big
tent was a most interesting scene, and
among the relics Sheriff Hyers had his
"wooden ppoon," from Andersonville.
Nothing else so forcibly brings to mind
the dark day9 of our country's gloom
and tne horrors of real war.
The sham battle Friday was wit
nessed by 30,000 people, was very well
carried out, and received the cheers
and applause of the old soldiers pres
ent. "Bob McCook Post" at Ashland, our
neighbors, won the $30 prize on drill
J. K. Clark, Commander.
The B. & M. B. B. carried 15,000 peo
ple from town to the grounds, and the
depot at Lincoln was a sight to see.
That no accidents happened was ei
ther great good fortune, or wondrous
care on the part of engineers and rail
road men. All closed gloriously Satur
day morning; no accidents and no un
toward event to mar this largest lie
Says the Brooklyn Eagle: Mr. R.
C. Moore, of Messrs. Vernam & Co.
84 New street, New York, was almost
instantly relieved by St. Jacob's Oil of
severe pain following an attack of
pleurisy. The remedy acted like
A New rTasroa.
We saw on the street a new wagon,
made by Harry Howland, which pre
sents some new features.
By means of a new "oscillating coup
ling" which Mr. Howland has just had
patented, all the advantages of plat
form springs can be obtained with
more security on account of this pat
ent reach which prevents the fore
wheels from "undersetting," as thev
always do in the "no reach wagon."
Three spring or four spring wagons
cau be built just a9 well on this plan
and it certainly lessens the strain on
the springs and wheels and strength
ens the running gears greatly. Mr.
Howland is a good mechanic, and has
worked Ions on ihis idea; we are glad
to know that he has at last met with
success, and that its merits have gain
ed recognition in the granting of a pat
ent. The wagon coupling can be seen
at bis place or will be on exhibition at
our Fair, where all can see it and judge
The art connoisseur aud exhibitor,
Prof. Cromwell, was cured of rheu
matism by St. Jacob's Oil. Norfolk
SEW STOCK OF
Leader in Stylee,
Leader in Kits,
Leader in Popular Trices.
Tin follewinf is the tcors of the
Base Ball match last Friday:
Plattsmouth Bi6E Ball Club.
Position. Names. 133457f9
Catcher, T. Lacy. 1 LI 0 0
Pitcher, C. Kinser, 0 1 0 Ll 1
2d Bae,II.Kirkhara 0 Ll 0 0 1
L Fielder.H. Reeee 00 0 0 0
Id Base, C.Smith, 1 0 L8 0 0
II Fiold. J. Patterson, 0 0 0 L2 1
Short to,M.ORourk 1 Ll 0 0L3
lbase.Capt.B.Sessions, 10 0 Ll 0
CFielder,Dr.Salisbury,l 0 0 0
Total Bans, 0 6 0 0 0 6 1 0 3
Weeping Water Bask Ball Club.
Position- Names. 13S456789
Catcher, Bellows, Ll Ll 0 Ll 1
S'rtStop.Wilkenstm, 1 0 0 10 1
Sd Base. Klepser, 1 1 0 0 0 1
1st Base, Duns, 0 L3 11 0 1
C. Fielder, Keed, L3 0 1 1 Ll LS
2d Base, Russell, 0 0 1 0 0 0
Pitcher, Greenfield, 0 0 0 0
R Fielder, Phipps, 0 0 0 0 1
C Field, Jones, 0 0 1 L3 1
Total Runs, 201044005
We understand they will play
another game next month sometime.
Can't you arrange to play at the Coun
ty Fair, it would bo interesting for
Kris Koehnke is re-moddelling his
house so that it will one of the best on
Vine st. when finished.
Harris and Unrnh.
New Furniture and Undertaking
establishment ready for business day
or night. 1
. Gray hairs are honorable, but few
like them. Clothe them with the hues
of youth by using Ayer's Hair Vigor.
A young man to do chores and take
care of a team, etc. Apply at this of
fice. 1 B. B. Livingston.
One census enumerator found
eight bottles of Dr. Marshall's Bromo
line, tl.a Big Blood Medicine, and he
put it down in his reports as Amer
ica's greatest fifty cent medicine.
Trimmings ! Trimming!
The largest and most completestock
of Velvets, Satins and Silks, to be
found in this eity at F. Herrmann's. 2
Ayer's Pills are the best of all
purgatives for family use. They are
pleasant, safe and sure, and excel all
other Pills in healing and curative
New Pickles by the dozen at Ben
nett fe Lewis. l
Do not suffer from sick headache
a moment longer. It is not necessary.
Carter's Little Liver Pills will cure
you. Dose, one pill. Sold by Smith,
Black & Co.
Don't forget that the Herald
office is the place to get your fine job
Choice Creamory Batter at Ben
nett & Lewis'.
Derangement of the liver, with
constipation, injure tho complexion,
induce pimples, sallow skin, etc. Re
move the cause by using Caiter's Lit
tle Liver Pills. One a dose Sold by
Smith, Black & Co.
Full stock boots reduced to 62.25
at the Great Red Store. 1
For the best staple and fancy
groceries in Plattsmouth go to J. V.
Large invoice of coal buckets at
J. S. Dake's. 26t2
New brocaded and ombre shaded
ribbons received to-day, at Solomon &
Nathan's. " l
Wanted Some corn and oats on
subscription at this office; at once.
Oysters sad Celery.
Benaett & Lewis will receive Fresh
Oysters and Celery Saturday morningl
Something lovely in fringe trim
mings each piece combining in itself
three distinct shades. The ladies all
pronounce these goods, as well as a
great many other novelties constantly
arriving, as incomparable, go to Sol
omon & Nathan's and see them. 1
At thi3 office good dry corn or oats on
subscription, at once.
New Barber Shop.
Ed. Morley has opened a new barber
shop under Peter Merges' store, where
he has fitted up a room and will do the
best of work. Anyone wishing a good,
clean shave, shampoo or hair-cut.
should give Ed a trial. 24tS
Sheep for Sale.
Three hundred and fifty well bred
?hecp for sale. Cotswold and Leices
ter cross. To be sold for cash at low
rates. Can be seen at mv place south
of Plattsmouth. P. M. Young.
Many persons will take no medr
icine until prostrated on a bed of sick
ness. This is folly. Nature always
calls for assistance when needed to
throw off impurities. With our habits
ot life, it is necessary to render this
help. Prickly Ash Bitters will not
force nature, but acts mildly and ren
ders the assistance required. Try
FITZGERALD HALL !
Two Nights Only I
Tbnrsdaj & Friday, Scnt.l5t!i&16tli.
Emu LoM HiuOon!
Thursday Ev'g, Sept. 15th,
The Creat New York Success,
"HAZEL KIRKE I"
.35 & .50
Reserved Seats without extra charge at the
P. O. News Ueoot.
A. G. Owens, of Nebraska City,
was married to Miss Anna Swinaon.
by the Bev. Mr. Baird, at the Presby
terian Church, Plattsmouth, on Mon
day evening, September 12th, 18S1.
The only witnesses we believe were
our old bachelor friends, Wiley and
Fred Black, who have been looking so
berer than usual ever since. Can it
be that Mr. Owens thought he would
set them a good example and so came
up here to encourage them.
By the way, t here is a good jeko on
Ed. Ruffner, and the editor of this pa
per in connection with this wedding,
the which it is not our business to tell
New Mllimry Goods.
Misses Herrmann Jt Wurl are re
ceiving a new stock of fall and winter
millinery and would be pleased to have
all call and inspect it; also a new as
sortment of Demorest paterns. 25t2
"Soused Herring," "Labrador Her
ring in Tartar sauce," Spiced Brook
Trout," "Fried Brook Trout," "Fresh
Broiled Mackeral in Tomato sauce,"
,Curried Oysters," Boned Turkey, Bon
ed Chicken and Lunch Ham, at
Bennett & Lewis' 1
For mixed paints go to Roberts'
"Ladies" be sure and go to Sol
omon & Nathan this week and see the
magnificent and unusual large assort
ment of dolmans, cloaks, wraps Ac,
just opened out. 1
If your head acha, you are listless
and weary, you are out of humor and
cross as a bear, it is high time you
were buying a bottle of Dr. Marshall's
3loney to Loan. -J.
S. Mathews has money to loan at
nine per cent interest, on good secuii
ty. Apply at his office on Main St.,
Plattsmouth, Neb. 26tf.
Mr. Nathan writes from New
York that he struck the Dry Goods
market at the right time, and will
purchase such a line of goods as has
never been seen in Plattsmouth. It
will he to the interests of every Dry
Goods buyer to wait the arrival of
our complete stock before purchasing.
1 Solomon & Nathan.
I sell the best and cheapest boots
and shoes. I defy competition.
4tf Peteu Merges.
Constipation is positively cured
by Carter's Little Liver Pills. Not by
purging and weakening the bowels,
by regulating and strengthening them.
This is done by ..improving the diges
tion and stimulating the liver to the
proper secretion of bile, when the
bowels will perform their customary
functions in an easy and natural man
ner. Purgative pills must be avoided.
Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills.
Price 25 cents. Sold bv Smith, Black
PROF. TICE AGAIN.
Prepare for a Cold Winter.
The grst precaution essentially nec
essary "says this distinguished Profes
sor" is to secure in time your blankets,
flannels, woolens, comfortables, bat-1
A. ' 1 . I
lings, neavy nose, unaerwear, cioaKS,
dolmans, wraps, gloves, etc., at Solo
mon & Nathan's and then let her
Hall's Vegetable Sicillian Hair
Renewer is highly recommended by
physicians, clergymen and scientists
as a preparation accomplishing won
derful result; It is entirely harmless,
and a certain remedy for removing
dandruff, making the scalp white and
clean, and restoring gray hair to its
youthful color. It imparts a gloss
and freshness to the hair which all
Brown's Blackberry and Ginger.
Should be in every house during the
heated season. It never fails to cu re
Diarrhoea, Dysentery and Cholera
Morbus. For sale by J. II. Buttery,
Smith, Black & Co., O. F. Johnson and
J. M. Bobert Plattsmouth, "J. V.
Painter, East Plattsmouth.
The well known strengthening
properties of iron, combined with oth
er tonics and a most perfect nervine,
are found in Carter's Iron Pills, which
strengthen the nervas and body, and
improve the blood and complexion.
Sold bv Smith, Black & Co.
Experience the Best Cure.
The constant practice most women
have in caring for the sick makes
them often more skilful thaa physi
cians in selecting medicines. The
reason why women are every wpere
using and recommending Parker's Gin
ger Tonic is, because they have learn
ed by that best of guides experience
that this excellent family medicine
speedily overcomes despondency, peri
odical headache, indigestion, liver
complaints, pain or weakness in the
back and kidneys, and other troubles
peculiar to the sex. Home Journal.
See Adv. 24 15
i$Gt so fast, my friend ; if you could
see the strong, healthy, blooming men,
women and children that Lave been
raised irom beds of sickness, suffering
and almost death, by the use of Hop
Bitters, you would say "Glorious and
invaluable remedy." See another col
umn. 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
A few more bargains in my clos
ing out stock; don't delay if 3-ou want
a number one instrument at a very
low figure. James Pettee, ag't.
F. S. White is now delivering Ice daily
to customers at remarkably low prices.
Call or leave orders at his store, on
Main St. let'f
Browu's "Vegetable Liver Pills
Are a sure cure for Liver Complaint,
Constipation and Biliousness. For
sale by all Druggists in the West.
Money to Lean.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Inquire of D. D. Martindale,
Louisville, Neb. 13tf
Come aud See
The large stock of Spring Shoes and
Slippers, good and nice at Merges. 4tf
Crites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House, Plattsmouth. Neb. StCrc
For Sale or Trade.
A good second hand wagon, for sate
cheap or will trade for buggy. En
quire at this office.
The best and cheapest,
The finest and neatest
Shoes and Slippers
For little trippers
at Merges. 4tf
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at bchlegel & Niemann s,
opposite P. 0. 7tt
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 sirld over one hun
dred bottles in the last two months
If you want to buy or sell city proper
ty of auy kind
If you want to buy or sell a farm of
If you want money with farm lands
to secure it call on
Will S. Wise,
46m5 Fitzgerald Block.
It Must Be So.
For all who use Brown's Pepsin
Tonic say it is a sure cure for Dys
pepsia and sick Headache. Try it.
For sale by all Druggists in Platts
mouth and East Plattsmouth.
Pepsin. Rhubarb, Maudrake& 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 aud State.
I have now ready for market 100,000
White and Fire brick, which we will
sell at reasonable prices; parties wish
ing to build a fire :proof house before
the comet comes down, call on J. T. A
Hoover, Louisville, Nebraska.
A house and lot situated on the
N. K. corner of Granite and Seventh
sts. The house is H story; contains
live rooms and a pantry, is almost
new and in good condition. Price
$1000; 700 cash and balance in one
year, ror laither miormation en
quire ot U. II. W heeler de Co. Agt.
Mr. J. F. Beaumeister uow owns
ALDERNEY BULL, "WELLINGTON,"
No. 1907, dropped January 4th, 1878,
Sire, Kentucky, 2d, 758; grandsire,
Kentucky C28. From imported Iran-
it, bred by II. S. Durand, Wis., which
it will be remembered Chaplain
Wright bioiiirht here last vear. This
bull is a thoroush-bred Aldernev. or
Jersey bull and will be kept for servi
ces this sunimei at Mr. Beaumeister's
place north of town, on the Platte
Valley road. All who desire the use
f such an animal sluuld call and see
J. F. BEAUMEISTER.
Stork from n. distance, nastured free
of charge after the first of May. 52tf
Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass county, will bo 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 Elrnwood the last Friday and
Saturdap of March. At Greenwood
the last Friday and Saturday in Feb
ruary. E. II. WOOLEY,
Rescued from Death.
In the following remarkable state
ment. William J. Coughlin of Somer
ville, Mass., says: "In the fall of 1876
I was taken with a violent bleed
ing of tiie lungs followed- by a se
vere cough. I was so weak at one
time that I could not leave my bed.
In the summer of 1877 I wa3 admitted
to the City Hospital. While there. the
doctors said I had a hole in my left
lung as big as a half dollar. I expend
ed over a hundred dollars in doctors
and medicines. I gave up hope, but a
friend told me of DR. HALL'S BAL
SAM FOR TIIE LUNGS. I got a
bottle to satisfy him, when to my eur
prise and gratification, 1 commenced
to feel better, and to-day feel in better
spirits than I have the past three years.
I write this hoping that every one
afflicted with Diseased Lungs will be
induced to take Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM FOR TIIE LUNGS and be
conviuced that CONSUMPTION
CAN BE CUBED. I can positively
say that it has done more good than
all the other medicines I have taken
during my sickness." Sold by drug
Notice of Application for Li
cense. Ail persons interested will take notice that I
have tiled my application with the City Coun
cil of th City ot Plattsnmuth for a licei.ee to
sell malt, vinous and siiitous liquors at retail
in the Fourth Ward of said City, a requited
bv section 2 of chapter 50. revised statutes of
i'lattsmouth. Neb.. Sept. 14. 188i, 2it2
Notice for Bids for Culvert.
Notice Is hereby given that bids will be re
ceived for the consti uctiou of an iron culvert
across Sixth street on south side of 1'earl street
In the City of i'lattsmouth. Cans County, Ne
bra.ka. up to noou ou the 6th day of October,
lbI. Said culvert is to be eiht 8 feet in di
ameter, and to be buiit on same plan as cul
vert built by railroad company, near depot.
By oi'der of County Commissioners.
2Ct4 J. ! Tvtt, Co. Cltrk.
Tax Deed Notice.
To tha unknown or nonresident owner or
claimant of Lot Ave W. in block seventy-nve
(TD), in the city of PiattMuouih. Cass County,
Nebraska : Vou are hereby notified that the
above described rral estate was assessed and
taxed for the year 1S77. a bclocging t an un
known or non-resident owner; that the said
real estate was sold at private sale on the 21st
day of Auirnot, 18T9. for the delinquent tax f
sai'd year W77 to the undersijrned ; that unless
redemption be made from said sale on or before
the 3d duv of January. lS- a deed ill be de
manded of Hit; County Treasuier lo the under-Signed-
, tifcOitfc F11A.NK.
Mattmbdtlf. Net)., Sept. 10, 18si. 2UtS
To the non-resident owners at.doociips.nts ot
the hereinafter described Ileal Estate :
Vou are each and all of you hereby notified
that the north east quartrne) of north east
quarter (ue1). and tho south west quarter
(sk) of north east quarter (ne1), and the
west hair(wH) of south east quarter (se) of
north east quarter (n), all in section thineeu
(13), towuship twelve (U), north of range eleven
(11) east, aud ttie north west quarter (nV) of
north west quarter (nw") of section thirty-four
(:, township thirteen (13), north of rane
twt-lvc (12) east, and the north west quarter
(nwl4)of south west quarter (swK) of section
four ), township eleven (11), north of ra,nj;e
fourteen (14) eat, and the south tint quarter
(seV) of north east quarter (ne) of section six
(Ut, towuship twelve (12), north ot ranue thir
teen (13) east, was on ills 9th Uay of Septem
ber, U7, sola at public tax sale to John lilack
(or the delinquent taxes thert on. levied for tlm
year 175, and that the south half r44) ot sunt h
east quarter (se of section one (1). township
twelve (lit, north of rane twelve (12) eust, was
ou th lsth day of September, 1876, sold to John
Black for the delinquent taxes thereon, levied
tor the year 1875 ; and that the north half i n1,)
of south west quarter (sw of section thirty
four (34), township ten (10), north ef range nine
(9) east, was on tne Bth day of November, 1H77,
sold ut public tax sale to John Hlack for the
delinquent taxes thereon, levied for tho year
lbTS : and that the north west quarter (u() of
north east quarter (ue) of section six (6), twn
ship twelve (12). north of rangs ten (1U) east,
ana part of south west quarter (aw1) of south
east quarter (seV) of sectlou two (2i, in town
snip ton (io , north of range eleven (II) east,
and the north east quarter (ne?) of north east
quarter (neln) of section thirty-one (31), town
ship eleven (11), north of range eleven (ll) east,
and the south west quarter of uoilh west
quarter (uv', ol section Ave (5), township
twelve (12), north of range thirteen (13) east,
was ou the 7th day of November, 1&77, sold at
public tax salo to John Hlack for the delin
quent taxes thereon, levied for the year 1876 ;
and that the south half (') of north east
quarter (ne') ot section twenty (20), township
ten (10), north of range nine (D) east, was on
the Slh day of November, ls7s. sold at public
tax sale to John lilack for the delinquent taxes
thereon, levied for the ytar 177 : and that the
south west quarter (sw) of south oast quarter
(sL')of section twelve (12). towuship twelve
(12) , north of range eleven (it) east, aud gov
ernment lot two (2), iu section fourteen (14), in
towuship twelve (12), north jo rauge ten (lo)
east. was on the Kill day ot November, 1878,
sold at pub licjt a i sale to John lilack for the
delinquent taxes thereon, levied for the year
1877 ; aud that lot one (1). in north east quarter
(ue1,) of north west quarter (nV) of section
thirty-four (34), township thirteen (13), north
of range twelve (12) east, aud lots one and two
(1 & 2), in section thirty-three (33), township ten
(10) . north of range fourteen (14) east, aud part
of government lot two (2) and government lots
tlueo and live (3 & 5), La section thirty-ono (31),
township thirteen (13), north of range thirteen
(13) east, was on the nth day of Novembej,
1878, sold at public tax sale to John lilack for
the delinquent taxes thereon, levied for the
year 1877 ; and that the time for redemption
from said several sales will expire en the 30th
d.iy of December, 1881 ; and that unless said
lands ure redeemed from such tax sales on or
before the said last named date, a deed will be
demanded aud issued for tho said lands to
riattsmouth. Neb., Aug. 31, 181. 25t3
In the matter of the estate of Ramuol Kwlng,
deceased, iutlie County Court of Cast Co..
Cpon reading and filing the duly verified pe
tition of C F. Came praying that administra
tion of the estate of huniuel Ewing, deceased,
b granted to said petitioner. Ordered that no
tice of the pendency of s;iid cause be published
In theNebraska 11kkai-i, aweekly newsna-oer,
minted, nublished. aud iu general circulation in
said county, for three consecutive weeks, and
that the hearing of said cause he set forthe2iith
day of September, A. I. 1MI, at three o'clock p,
in., at the ollice of the County Judge, at i'latts
mouth, at w hich time and place, all iiersous in
terested inav appear and show cause, if any
thev have, whv administration of said estate
should not be granted to the said petitioner,
accordiag to the prayer of said petition.
A. i. dillh a.i.lo. diiuge.
riattsmouth.Scpt. 5th, l8l.
A true copy. sou
Tax Deed Notice.
To the unknown or non-renldent owner or
claimant of lot eleven (111, block one hundred
aud ihlrtv-four(134). in the city of I'lattsmouth
Cass County. Nebraska : Vou are hereby noti
fied that the above nescrioea real estate was
assessed aud taxed for the year 1878 as belong
ing to an unknown owner or non-resiilent of
said enuntv : that the said real estvte was sold
ou the 2lst day of November. 1879, for the de
linquent, tax of said year, ls78, to the unaer
signed ; that unless redemption from said Bale
lie made ouiore tne I'Jiu uav oi nfccumcr, j.
1. lssl. a deed w ill be Issued to tho undersign
ed by the Treasurer of said County,
riattsmouth. Neb., Aug. 29, lssl. !!4t3
MJJ tiUUC a sill V'MH i u . 'csVi t ioiiivu ij vo
.Siiowttltfr, Clerk of tlie llHtrlct Court wltkia
ami tor Cuss County. NcLrahka. and to me tfl-
in . i rk... .1...- a ft
eciru, l wm on iuc iat uay ui utiuuri, yv.
.... l. .. ... ,.f .1., .r i. t flistannth
J ol ill iu U IIUCIV rl. III. V rli utij. ni nv uiu
door of the Court House, lit hhIU County. Hell at
III I . !, r,.ll,.,..i..,. vu. 1 uufi.tn t jk.U'ir
JIUUUC U1ICI It'll IMC KH "H I riii c.itnu., "
J 'in; west n.ilf wl) of the nortn west tju.trtr
l i Ihii Wis tlitVtv 'm Iti tiiwiiwhiift
Jo. if a (10), north of ruie No. eleven (1 1), e-wt
(line lull I. Ill V nm IUUIHY, iiruunrift.
llnj ainc being levied upon and tiken ha the
property of v uiiaiii ll. HcK ana sawn jane
;ecK, C. 11. aiciJomiU'K aim me singer -i;iuu-
judgment of said Court recovered by Thillip D.
It. w . I1YKKS, Biienn ass rci.
riattsmouth. Neb., Aug. 20, A. 1. 1K81. 24t
In Cue District Court of Cass Co. Neb. In tho
matter of the estate ol Augustus n. nnarp,
Deceased, late of Pulton County, tJeoigia.
Vniici' is hersbv L'iven that I have made ap
plication for a lieeuse to sell aud convey the
north li:ilf and the southeast duaiter of tho
southwest quarter of section 16, towuship 11,
north ot range ll easioi tne oiu r. 01. m
County Nebraska. And all persons Interested
are notified to appear before the Hon. a U.
round. Judge 01 the 2d Juuiciai wistrici,
1 ii,roi.i l.Mne.'Lter Coimtv. Nebraska, lu the
Clerk's oflice, 011 the 23d day of September.
A. I). 1881, at one o'clock p. ni. on said day
to show cause if any they have why license l
sell and convey said real estate should not bo
ranted according to tne prayer 01 me petition
led iu said cause. John Blaci,
By A. N. Ucllivav, Administrator,
By virtue of an order of sale Issued by W. C.
Showalter, Clerk of the District Court withiu
ni fur ('. Countv. Nebraska, and to me di
rected, 1 will on Saturday the 1st day of Octo
ber A. D. lf.l. at 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, at
the south dor of the Court House, in the City
of Plattsmouth, In said conuiy. sen at puono
auction the following real estate to wit : Com
mencing 1075S feet north and 1326 feet east of
the saiithwest corner of section seven (7) town-
t.hlp twelve (12) north of range fourteen (14) east
of the 6th r. m. More particularly uesenueu as
being the northea.t corner of Townsend's Ad
dition to the City of I'lattsmouth thence west
parallel w iUi the south line ot said section 200
feet, thence north 430 feet, thence east parallel
with the south line of this tract 200 feet, thence
Kontli mirallel with the west line of this tract
430 feet, to the place of beginning containing
two(2)acres. 1 ne same using levieu upon aim
taken as the propeity of Conrad Klpple, Mary
tfiiuils. .Insenh Leeslev. C. W. Lyman & Co. 2
Thomas Hallowell. Conrad Heisell &. Co, ; and
John (iross. Defendants ; t satisfy 11 judge
ment of said Court recovered by a. k. ftinun,
riaintiff. It. W. Hvkkh.
By M. McElwaix, 6herifl of Cass Co.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Aug. 24th A. D. 1881.
Proposals for Grain.
Head Quarters Department of the Platta, 1
Chief Quartermaster's Office.
Fort Omaha, Neb., September l, 1881. )
SEALED I'KOI'OSALS, in triplicate, subject
3 to the usual conditions, will be received at
this office until 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday,
September 20, 1881.-at which time and place
they will be opened in presence of binders, for
the furnishing and delivery in quantities as re
quired, up to December 31, 1881, at Omaha De
pot, Nebraska, or at stations on the t nion Pa
cific Kailroad, east of Kearney Junction, of
2,000.000 pounds COltN and l.ooo.oti) pounds
OATS. . .
Proposals for quantities less tnan tne wnoie
will be received. Delivery of the gram will, tf
required, commence octooeri, issi. rreier
ence will be given to articles of domestic pro
duction, conditions of price and quality being
equal, and such preference will b given to ar
tides of American production predaced on the
Pacific coast to the extent of the consumption
required by the public service thera, lhe gov
ernment reserves the right to reject atiy or all
proposals. I'-ids should state the rate per 100
pounds, (not per bushel) and the envelopes
containing tnem should be endorsed "Bids for
Orain," and addressed to the undersigned.
Bidders are requested to submit proposals for
deliverv of the Corn in new resewed gunny
sacks of 1O0 pounds e:ch and for delivery of
the Oats in new resewed burlap sacks of loo
pounds each. Uids for Corn should state the
years in w liieh the Corn proposed to be fur
nished was grown. ...
Copies of this advertisement and of the cir
cular of instructions to bidders cau be obtained
on application to this oflice' and one oopy each
afsaid advertisement and circular should be
attached to or accompany eacn proposal and
form a part thereof. Al. I. I.t nixow,
2ot2 Chief Quartermaster.
J. I). SIMPSON,
Geo, Woofls & Co. Pianos and Organs.
News Depot, Magazine and Papcre,
Main St. oDuosite New Hotel.
FLAJTS5I0TJTB - - NEBRASKA.