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A new stock of Stetson Hats at
See tl'H Omaha Republican's offers
in premiums, in another column.
Underwear till J ou can't rest, at
New Dolmans, plush trimmed, at
Baker & At woods. 3M2
You ought to see that Excelsior
Mitten at Wescott's. 31t2
See the "New Ollendorff on the
Mason & Morgan's "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" to night.
A fresh importation of Cloaks and
Dolmans, at Baker & Atwoods. 32-t2
Gloves and Mittens a full stock
at Wescott's. 81t2
Go to see "Uncle Tom" to night by
one of the best troupes in the U.S.
Go to ,. C. Erven to get your
wateh repaired. All work warranted.3
Some h.indsome and new styles of
Glass watw at Baker & Atwoods. 32-t2
Read Adirondack's letter on the
outside thi week.
Glooi and Mittens a full stock
at low priei's at Wescott's. 31t2
New assortment of Queens ware,
latest styles, at Baker & Atwoods. 32t2
Drugs -the largest stock at J. M.
Qlottsand Mittens a full stock at
low prices at Wescott's. 31 12
. Nobby new Cloaks, pluh and
pa3sementei ie trimmings at Baker &
Great attraction at Fitzgerald
Hall to night "Uncle Torn". Remem
ber and go.
A Gne lot f ladiers' sets just re
ceived by L. C. Erven. Call and see
Crites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House. Plattsmouth, Neb. 5tCm
The Great old play of "Uncle
Tom's Cabin" by the Mason, Morgan
troupe, to night.
A superior line of all kinds of
Gloves and Mittens at Wescott's boss
clothing store. 3U2
Spectacles and eye-glasses to suit
all ages, at L. C. Erven's. 31t2
Wood and coal stoves of all kinds
at Duke's, at the lowest puces they can
be sold for.
Dr. A. Salisbury, the Boss Dentist,
over Smith, Black & Co.'s. 31tf
Clarke is running an Oxteam now
a days. Nearly ever work-horse in
town has tho "Pink-eye".
When you go for crackers take
none but Bremner's. 27t4
Call and see the new designs in
Queensware Chamber sets at Baker &
Bugle caps and feather caps at
Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney's. Something
General street-fixing is the order
of the day, now. It needs it bad
A variety of handsome articles in
Majolica and other fancy wares at
Baiter & Atwoods. 82-t2
Miles Morgan is having the cross
ings overhauled in a thorough manner
nil over town.
The new styles of Glass ware,
Goblets, Fruit dishes. Sauce plates &c.
&c. are very pretty and cheap at Baker
& Atwods. 32-t2
Elegant shaded plumes and tips, a
large assortment, at Mrs. Johnson &
Sweenev's. Also, owl heads, birds'
heads, steel mounted tips, etc. 30t3
A couple of drunken fights some
what changed the moriotony of affairs
in our otherwise peaceful burg, Mon
Get Dr. Salisbury to make you a
set of teeth and they will last you as
long as you need any. 31tf
The Woman's Temperance Union
will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3
o'clock, Nov. 3d. at the residence of
Mrs. 0. II. Parmele.
If you need any work done in the
dental line, call on Tr. A. Salisbury.
ho will do a first-class job for you, as
cheap as the cheapest. 31tf
Col. Woodford is having good suc
cess again. The Hall is crowded
nightly, and many are signing the
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Webber was buried a week ago
llast Saturday, after an illness of some
J. S. Duke has the best Hard Coal
"Burners in the market; also a variety
ot other Heating ai.d Cook stoves, call
and examine. 30t3
"Go -to see P. B. Murphy's
new Oyster Salong on Main street,
under the Biily-yard room. There you
trill find a stev, a roast, a fry or a
good hot cup of coffee.
Go and see J. S. Duke's Hard Coal
Burners before purchasing, he has
Crown Jewels and one called the
Jake Kapple, our Bohemian friend
at M. Schnellbacker's had to stand a
good deal ot chaff, and good natured
fun-jaaking Monday. It is a boy,
JTafce stfys, and everything is lovely.
Lawyer Crites was iw Lincoln Sat
urday. Waller Jenkins of Eight Mile
Grove called Tuesday.
Alva Drew left for Burlington and
St. Louis Sunday evening. '
Mr. and Mrs. Hill, of Evanstoii, 111.
are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Livingston.
Mrs. John W. Barnes is getting
better from her late illness, we learn
with great pleasure.
Mesdames Yates & Darrah, of Lin
coln, were in this city la?t week, the
guests of Mrs. F. E. White.
Geo. Magney is prospering in Papili
ion we hear, and takes the Herald, in
that "Paradise" of "his'n" over there.
Hon. 11. B. Windham left for St
Louis Monday to attend the River
Improvement Convention which meets
Mr. Chas. Guthman, who has been
here under medical treatment, for
some time, has been very ill for the
past few days.
Mr. Jos. McKinnon was in the city
last week, bringing his family as far
as Plattsmouth where they took the
train for a visit to Ohio.
Mrs. Jno. Manchester and children
and Miss McAusland of Omaha spent
a couple of days in the city last week.
the guests of Mrs. Ilaniblin.
Mr. A. A. Prall having completed
kis work on Boyd's opra house, stopped
over Sunday in Plattsmouth then left
for St. Louis his home at present.
John McCaig, of Elm wood was in
Monday. John looks ''gallus" these
days and says times are first rate out
there, and the old Herald is not en
Charley Pet tee, "Local" on the Her
ald is sick this week, with the pre
vailing malarial fever, and that ac
counts for the omission of -some mat
ter that ould otherwise appear in
Dr. Myers fermerlv of W. W. now
of Lincoln is in our town canvassing
for The Western Mutual Aid Society,
of DesMoines, Iowa. The Doctar will
be remembered as taking an active
part in our campaign last fall.
Elder Crowther of the Christian
church called in on Friday last. We
were very much pleased to meet the
gentleman more intimately and most
heartily welcome him to Plattsmouth
hoping he may find a pleasant and
profitable field to work in.
D. C. Keiley the traveling agent for
the Evening Telegram was in town
Monday and tells us he took quite a
number of subscribers for his paper.
The Telegram is a newsy sheet, edited
and owned by young men of practical
newspaper ability and contains a reat
deal of very good leading matter.
Mr. W. W. Conn, formerly a resident
of Cass Cwiinty. now of Indian", and a
cousin of W. L. Browne's has been vis
iting us. Mr. Conn is a general In
surance and Ileal Estate Agent and as
sharp as tacks, r he would not be a
western Immigration Agtnt for the
B. & M. It. R. there. We are pleased
to see him West again.
Dr. Doggfc's family arrived in Platts
mouth last week and are by this time
settled and regular residents of our
city. The Dr. has fitted up rooms over
J. V. Weekbach'a present stand for his
family, and as soon as Mr. Weckbach
removes to his new store. Dr. Dogge
will occupy his present quarters with
his drug store, and will enlarge his
business, adding several departments.
Miss Alice Morrison, of Rochester,
N. Y. granddaughter of Chaplain and
Mrs. Wright, arrived in Plattsmouth
last week and will probably spend the
winter with her grandparents, if she
finds Plattsmouth sufficiently pleasant.
Miss Morrison will be a desirable ad
dition to our young society, and we
congratulate the. Chaplain on the
pleasure of having his grandchildren
about him to render his declining days
If we can't sell revolvers and pen
knives cheap enough, we can stoves,
hardware, and all sorts of mechanics
tools as cheap as any body.
Jno. S. Duke.
The Ladies of St. Luke's Guild
will give their next sociable at the
'residence of Mrs. S. S. Hinkle, next
week Thursday evening, November 3d
All are cordially invited.
I sell the best and cheapest bcots
and shoes. I defy competition.
4tf Peter Merges.
Mr. II. C. Miller, a young man
from Iowa, is canvassing our town for
"Hills Manual" in an enlarged form
Give the youug man a chance. It is
really a valuable work.
The name of Dr. Marshall's Lung
Syrup is a household word. It cures
all severe cases of coughs, colds, bron
chitis, etc. Price twenty-five and fif
ty cents. Ask your druggists.
We tried to get Phil Young mad
the other day when Kendall's baud
was playing, by telling him that it was
no band at all, etc., but he only smiled
1 II. Drake, Esq., Detroit, has re
covered from a terrible skin humor,
which covered his head, face and
hands, by using Cuticura Resolvent in
ternally aud Cuticura Soap externally.
This is good news.
Paul Boynton is expected here in
his sub- Marine Armor, the last of the
week. We ought to give bin a wel
come as here was the first place Mer
riam's life perserviug suits were ever
The beautiful enow will give you a
severe cald. which can be cured by tak
ing Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup for a
short time. All druggists are author
-We hear that two of our young peo
ple have been and joined themselves
in the holy bands of natrimony, on the
sly. as it were. How aud who is it?
Ministers, Lawyers, Teachers and
others whose occupation gives but lit
tle exercise, should use Carter's Little
Liver Pills for torpid Liver and bill
iousness. One is a dose. Sold by
Smith, Black & Co.
Duke's Hardware Store Tisited.
Opening the store early yesterday
morning Charlie Duke was consider
ably taken back by the appearance of
tilings generally, and soon discovered
that socue daring thieves had made the
store a visit during the night previous.
They had effected an entrance through
a back window, seemingly hi.JL not
been in a great hurry to get away, and
had an eye particularly -to the finer
quality of goods. An inspection of
the stock revealed the loss of all the
revolvers an hand, the finest grades of
cutlery goods, such as Wostenholm's
razors, pen-knives, etc. In addition
they had broken oten the money draw
er and abstracted the cash therein,
about three dollars. The total loss
will foot up to over a hundred dollars.
The police were immediately sum
moned, and it is hoped the thieves will
be caught, although there is but a
faint clue to the identity of the burg
Can hold his row
Willi the best pen
O'th County O !
Then why this fuss,
This mighty muss,
Treat ye Herald
the Cincinnati inquirer says:
Hon. P. T. Barnuin stiongly indorses
St. Jacob s Oil for pain. His combi
nation and artists all use it.
Among the prominent meii of the
state who are about to make Lincoln
their home are Hen. J. B. Weston,
Hon. C. W. Pierce, Hon. Chas. II
Walker, and Hon. D. II. Wheeler. And
still they come. Lincoln Democrat.
Judge W. T. Filley. of Pittsfield,
this state, was cured of severe rheum
atism by St. Jacobs Oil. Springfield
. Owing to Mr. Pettee's sickness
the score of the base bad match
between Plattsmouth and Rock
Bluffs the other day must ba omitted
for this week.
Those who have Leen dosed with
quinine, and experienced its injurious
effects, should try Carters Liver l$it
ters. a sure cure for malaria. Fr sale
by Smith, Black & Co.
"Pot" wants to know the assets of
the Democratic party, so that if
O'Donohue gets a verdict the damages
can be estimated.
The harsh aspect of the autumnal
gray, which betokens the shady side of
lift, is easily modified by the use of
Ayer s Hair v igor.
Burglars (embryos, we judge)
blowed off the door of Morrissey Bro's
safe at the elevator Tuesday night and
were rewarded with a lot of useless
papers to them. This does not make
the crime any less, and this business
wants looking after closely in and
Salt Rheum for seventeen years
Helpless for tight years. Unable to
walk. Got about on hands and knees.
Head, face, neck, arms and legs cover
ed. Cured by Cuticura Rem
edies. WTill McDonald, 2542 Dearborn
iFred. Gorder has commenced the
erection of another two-story brick
business building, immediately west of
his present location, and intends to
have it completed in a short time
Fred, is doing his share in the improve
ment line,. and deserves credit.
Dyspepsia in its worst forms will
yield to the use of Carter's Little
Nerve Pills aided by Carter's Little
Liver Pills. They not only relieve
present distress but strengthen the
stomach and digestive apparatus. For
gale by Smith, Black & Ce.
A good course of lectures is talk
ed of again here this winter. If some
one, or a number of gentlemen and
ladies would take hold of the matter,
it is possible they could be sustained.
We hope Elder Crowther or persons
interested will take hold and secure
us a good course of lectures the com
Henesty is the best policy in medi
cine as well as in other things, Ayer's
Sarsaparilla is a genuine preparation,
an uneqoaled spring medicine aud
blood purifier, dee'dedly superior te all
others in the market. Trial proves it.
Our hunter have been having a
glorious time the past two or three
weeks, rushing off on hunting exenr-
sions at all hours. The Herald
watches them go with the utmost
equanimity; for don't it get Ks share
of the game, and a royal good share.
too, without any of the double?
It is an indisputable fact that Hall's
Hair Renewer renews, cleanses, bright
ense. invigorates, and restores faded
or gray hair to its youthful color and
lustre, cheaply, quickly and surely
People with gray hair prefer to buv it
rather than proclaim to the wrld
through their bleached locks tha Jiey
ire becoming aged, and passing i to
We stated last week thai v lap-
lain Wright had been putting i.. :wo
new houses for rent, and now he in
forms us that it is three; two of
which are already rented and the
other likely to be soon. Sure enough,
the Chaplain never does anything by
halves, nor thirds either, and pretty
soon we shall probably hear that he is
about to erect three mere.
We recommend Carter's Iron Pills
to every woman who is weak, nervous
and discouraged; peculiarly those who
ICSpe thin, pale lips, cold hands and
feet, and who are without strength or
ambition. These are the cases for
which Carte's Iron Pills are specially
prepared, and this class cannot use
them without benefit. Valuable for
men also. In metal boxes, at 50 cents
Sold by Druggists or sent by mail. See
Now that the city authorities
have commenced the much needed in
provements in the way of substa-.tial
crossings and sidewalks, it is ) be
hoped that there will be no let ii in
the business, and that new sid-'wa.ks
be placed wherever needed, nno ..Id,
ones be ptoperlj repaired. Let the
work be thorough, and tho city of
Plattsmouth will be the better off for
it in the future. Verbum gap.
m a il il i is is is 3? Kains:
Just Opened in
WE3E5PZBKZ3- WTESKL !
TIA'SII for trimming in every color and shade. BLACK TIPS in all prices, from 40 cent
! -.0. FANCY TIPS In mil colar aid shades. Elegant WINTEE FLOWERS !
LADIES OF CASS COUNTY I
Please call and examine our yoods before jyurdiaslng elueiehere !
MISS LILLIE BARBER, Trimmer. 31t3
Somewhat widely and favorably known as the Popular Clothier of
this section, announces
worthy of inspection. His host hold is
and he has a complete stock of new goods.
WHAT HIEj 3LAIMS.
Jiixt Jfaten'als, Latest Styles, Superior Juu'sli,
Perfect Fits and Popular Prices.
"WBI.T ZEEHi WILL IDO.
Clothe you from head to foot in a neat, durable and stylish manner,
save you big money, and fill your soul with happiness.
MAKE .A. ISTOTIE OF IT.
All Garments "Warranted. "Try 'em 'fore you buy 'em."
LIFE and DEATH of JAMES A. GARFIELD
A correct Hutor orbit Life m.I full Particular! of th Assassination of oor . . .tfA mA'i-
ransrkaula and critical ja fMXC
record of a noliln man.ULaCIl 1 S
f r a . .
Death of Senator Yaa Wycfe'd Children.
Senator VanWyck ami wife have lost
th irtwo beautiful children by that
fell disease diphtheria in the most
They have the sympathy of the
whole state. A telegram to the Bee
tells the details as follows:
Tho Senator and Mrs. Van Wyek
were called by telegraph from
Washington a few days at by the
sudden illness of their children. They
arrived at their hwuie only a few
hours before, the death of their young
est child, a baby about fourteen
months old. The death of their old
est, a bright, gifted and genial
girl, about nine years ld, followed
yesterday. This is a sad bereavement
in which Senator and Mrs. Van Wyck
have the profoundest sympathy of the
people of this whole state. Their loss
i deplorable and irreparable and only
those who have been similarly afflicted
can compreeend the depth of their un
Buy Gloves at Wescott's. 1
Wood Stoves, cheap at MathewsM
We were visited last week by
quite a family of old friends and new
ones. Mr. Young and two sons of II.
B., old friends of the Herald, and
their relatives the Messrs. McBroom
invaded our sanctum in a body.
There was Mr. John McBroom from
Denver. Colorado, J. E. McBroom of
the same place, Jno. A. McBroom of
Danville, 111., and Wm. McBroom of
Danville, 111. and Wm. McBroom ef
the same place.
Father and son and brother thus
meet half way across from tho old
United States to the young great west
and greet each other after an absence
of years. Such meetings are frequent
in Nebraska lately, and seem to show
how widely we get scattered over
Nobbiest Suits in the land at Wes
. Sickness of a member of the edi
torial staff prevented the appearance
of several items of 4news in our last
week's paper, for the omission of
which we crave indulgence: among
them we oraittted to return thanks to
Mrs. Wm. B. Porter for the champion
sweet potato, which weighed seven
pounds; it was a regular buster and
we just made up our mind that with
the potato market on the raise we
were particularly fortunate to have
such good friends to remember us
with a potato big nough to last a
small familv a month.
Mathews has the stoves of the sta-
Murphy's new Oyster House un
derneath the old Billiard Hall is a
Besides oysters, canned fish, sardines
and all sorts of good things to eat
can be had for the asking.
Just you remember the spot,
and go and see what he's got. Coffee,
cakes, cigars, fruits, and everything
else in the refreshment line. It is just
the place for farmers and their
families to drop in for a nice stew or
a quiet lunch.
The ladies of the Chris
tian Temperance Union are making
efforts to place the books of the li
brary which have laiD so long unused
for lack of room in some position
where they can be opened to the pub
lic at least a portion ef the time. This
is a step in the right direction and re
vives a little the hope so long dormant
that some day Plattsmouth may re
joice in a well sustained public libra
A letter from F. C. Bowen, for
merly agent of the Singer Sewing ma
chine in this city, informs us that he
is located in Red Oak, Iowa, and wants
a copy of the Herald to follow Mm,
which we send with pleasure. Mr.
Bowen, during his short stay in
Plattsmouth, made friends by his
straightforward business metliods,
and will doubtles do the same in his
--Wire Fence, and all kinds of
Hardware and Implements at Math-
au per cent, discount to Agents wjiouiHAti rt-u. ? w. tau.
The BEST SELLING BOOK,
nf ttiM A OK. Circulars Free.
.TmIm f..w HA MruM a. mm mrr. Sam
nwam. Samp! Book br Bail. l.OO.
Gospel Temperance Meeting.
There will be a Gospal Temperance
meeting at Good Templars' Hall on
Sunday Afternoon at 3 p. m. presided
over by the Rev. Mr. Wilscn of the M.
E. church with other speakers.
The Hall has been seated and made
convenient of access and these meet
ings will be held every Sunday after
noon hereafter, if sustained.
-Buckskin Underwear at Wescott's
All sorts oi Stoves at Mathews'. 1
Best made Suits in the land at
Smoke thecelebratid "Sailor Girl"
5c. cigars at the P. O. News Depot. 1
Lowest prices asked first at Wes
- -New styles and handsome Zinc
Boards at Duke's. 1
For a square deal aud fair treat
ment go to Wescott's. 1
Lots of Boots and Sh )es, cheap at
--Latest styles of Hats just re
ceived at Wescott's. 1
Smoke "Tansills Punch" 5c. cigars
for sale only at the P. O. News Depot.
- The troupe playing "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" to-night have the reputation of
being one of the best now traveling,
and make "Uncle Tom" as originally
represented, a specialty. It will pay
you to go and see it.
Wiuter Caps in great variety at
- Manufacturing and repairing at
P. Merges' Shoe Store. Satisfaction
One price and no monkey busi
ness, at Wescott'g. 1
The road at the end of Chicago
Avenue is being fixed. Hurrah.
Reversible and all other kinds of
Overcoats at Wescott's. I
Gloves, Boots and Shoes, also
Manufacturing and Repairing at Mer
Underwear Underwear, The larg
est line in the city for Ladies, Gents
and Child's at Herrman's. 1
Knit goods for Ladies Misses and
Children's wear at E. G. Dovey & Son's.
The Cass County Republicans
have again nominated It. W. Ilyers for
Sheriff. Mr. H. has had the office four
years and has shown himself so well
qualified that it is thought the Demo
crats of old Cass will all turn in and
give him almost a unanimous vote.
We hope such will be the case for a
good officer always meets his require
ments with credit, and such is the
case with Sheriff Hyeis. DeWitt
The largest assortment of Pipes of
in the city at the P. O. News Depot,
and don't you forget it. - 1
Nubias, Scarfs, Gloves ar.d Mitts a
complete and cheap assortment at
Nice line of Ladies Cloaks and
Dolmans again received by E. G.
Dovey & Son. 32 12
Smoke the "Our "Sailor" 5c. cigars
and the "Hazel Kirke,' 10c. cigars at
r.e P. O. News Depot. 1
Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks, Dolmans,
Dolmans, Ulsters Havelokcs and Cir
culars, a full line at Herrmans. 1
- Blankets and Comforts and all
other kinds of winter goods at E. G.
Dovey & Son's. 32t2
. Stoves till you can't rest at Duke's.
The best and cheapest "Hardcoal Bur
ners in town. 1
A car load of choice Michigan
Apples just received now is your time
to lay in your winters supply.
32t2 E. G. Dovet & Son.
If you want any accordeons and
violins don't fail to go to the P. ' O
News Depot where you will find the
largest line at the lowest prices in
The boys just had a ge-lorious old
time at the Camp Fire out at Eight
Mile Grove. The bean3 were the best
yet cooked and tasted the most natu
ral, the "talks" were good and they
tossed Ilyers and Jennings in a blan
ket and had lots of fun. The school
house was crowded ; Voudry was hap
py and all hands were eager for an
other good old turnout when election
I hereby' give notice that all parties
living in Cass county, desiring a copy
of Hill's Manual can be furnished the
same by applying to me through P. O.
II. C. Miller, Gm. Ag't.
Plattsmouth, Neb. 82tC
A Car Load of Apples.
Wiley Black will have a car load of
fine Michigan apples this week and
they will be sold cheap by the barrel
on the track. W. Black.
Stvf Barber Shop.
Palmer & Morley have opened anew
Barber Shop in the building East of
the court house on Main st. It is a
real neat and tasty little shop and we
hope the boys will do a fine business,
as they deserve to, being both good
Life of (iarfleld.
S. J. Richardson recently of Ft.
Wayne, Ind., is in town canvassing in
the interest of the National Publica
tion Company for the Life ahd Public
Services of President Garfield, a relia
ble and and authentic account of his
early liff ; his public services and
dastardly assassination; including the
account of his long and painful illness
and heroic death. These Books will
be furnished at reasonable rates to
those wishing the Book and will be
6old by subscription only. 1
Browns' Blackberry ami Uiuger.
Should be in every house during the
heated season. It never fails to cure
Diarrhoea, Dysentery and Cholera
Morbus. For sale by J. H. Buttery,
Siqith, Black & Co., O. F. Johnson and
J. M. Robert-, Flattsmouth, "J. V.
Painter, East Plattsmouth.
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 CARBOLIC SALVE,
as all others are but imitations. Price
DR. GREEN'S OXYOEXATED BITTERS
are the surest and best remedy for dys
pepsia, biliousness, malaria, indiges
tion, disorders of the etomacU, and
diseases of the blood, kidneys, liver
DURNO'S CATARRH SNUFF
cures all affections of the mucous
membrane of the head and throat.
DENTON'S BALSAM cures colds,
coughs, rheumatism, kidney troubles,
etc. Can be used externally as a plas
isl500 per year can be easily made at
home working for E. G. Rideout& Co.,
10 Barclay Street, New York. Send
for their catalogue an 1 full particu
Little girls, all of you go to Mrs.
Johnson & Sweeney's and see tho lit
tle doll bonnets. 30:3
Money to Loan.
J. S. Mathews has money to loan at
nine per cent interest, on Real Estate
security at three or five years. Apply
at his office on Main St., Platts
mouth, Neb. 26tf.
The best and cheapest,
The finest and neatest
Shoes and Slippers
For little trippers
"Hark ! Hulk ! the Uojrs do bark,
The (lollies have come to town,"
and all their little girl mammas must
march down to Mrs. Johnson & Swee
ney's and buy a lovely little bonnet or
hat for each dolly. They're just the
sweetest little things you ever saw. 3
Misses Cramner and Conn have
opened a dress making establishment
in Mrs. Johnson and Sweeney's rooms
and would be pleased to obtain a share
of the patronage of the ladies of
Plattsmouth. Miss Cramner is lately
from Philadelphia and is thoroughly
posted in her business. Give them a
FALL HAS COME!
Winter is Almost Here!
and all the ladies are beginning to
think about a new hat or bonnet.
Mrs. Johnson and Sweeney are ready
for them, and have just received a line
of pattern hats and bonnets which
will show all the new styles, and give
every one something to suit. Go and
see them. 80t3
First I rem i u in.
The Domestic sewing machine re
ceived first premium at the fair. It is
the lightest running, makes the least
noise, and it is warranted the best ma
terial. 30tf Peter Merges.
For the Old Reliable C. S. Maltby
Oysters, the best in the market, go to
Bennett & Lewis, thev are receiving
them now direct from Baltimore. 31tf
New Millinery Store
at weeping water.
Mrs. C. M. Paine has opened a fine and
complete stock of Millinery Goods, in
Weeping Water, and would respect
fully solicit the patronage of the ladies
of Cass County. See advertisement in
another column. 31t3
31 C AT MABUiET.
GOT . FlilF.U FICKLtR.
PLATTSJIOUTII, NEB., MAIN ST.
At thi hop you'll find meet wboleom and
Sausage, pork mutton and veal.
And It i our belief, you'll buy excellent beef.
If you at this butcher shop deal.
He keeps alw ays on hand the bet iu the land ;
OF such as your families need ;
Others may do well, but they cannot excel.
For Fickler will still take the lead.
A good bargain you'll niake if oti want to buy
Or soup meat or to boil or to frv.
You can have a jjood Ui.h of whatever you
Competition he well may defy.
This bubincs provides for good pelts and hides.
Lard and tallow he'll both buy aud sell ;
Aud yo'll find IhU the case, there's no other
Youl! do better, if you will quite as well.
And this we may tell if you've fat cattle to
Or hogs or ehecp that are nice ;
You can bring them right here and you need
But for them you'll net a good price.
Satit-faction to all who give hiai a call.
It H hU Intention to give,
For we're cartaia indeed, this belong to his
Not only to live but let live I
YOUR GROCER AFTER NOV. 10,
FIRE MING-BRICK J.
For mixed paints go to Roberts'
Drug Store. Oltf
a work In your on town. Terms and
outfit frett Address. II. Mai.lktt 6i Co
Portland, Maine. 4'J)y
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at C. Sclilegel's, opposite
P. 0. 7tf
Rheumatic Cure, an internal medi
cine warranted a safe, certain and
speedy cur3 for Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Lame Backs, Pains in the side,
Stomach, Kidneys, &c, &c. Smith,
Black & Co. have scrfd over one hun
dred bottles in the last two months
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.
for the use of stockmen, farmers,
teamsters, lumbermen, Norsemen and
every one owning an animal. It is a
concentrated food, not a medicine.
Stall fed animals require a substitute
for grass and herbs; this food being
composed of seeds, spices and saccha
rine matter is more nourishing than
green fodder or any other known food
in the world. For sale only by Smith
Black Co. 29t4
A great desideratum in the pre
paration of medicine is that it should
be palatable without losing its efficacy.
This is the case with Prickly Ash Bit
ters, and being graded as regards their
cathartic properties, they are better
adapted for general use than ;ny other
similar article. A trial will convince
the most skeptical. 1U4
LAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY
Ladle Weniiiuiry- unsurpassed. Arart
rmy lliormi'ih. 4'ollrtff four co irn-s.
Year begins Sept "til. l '.xaminr. for H'wrx' treM.
Catalogue sent hy the President, l. !S. :iik:
oitv. 1. i.. Lake Vol er't. III. 2ol!j
Uools and Shoes.
Call and examine the large and new
stock at .Merges.' BOtf
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 ami liniments. It is
warranted. Smith, Black & Co., pro
prietors. Sold by P. S. Barnes and A.
D. Marshall, Weeping Water, Neb. 8tf
Money to Loan.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Inquire of I). I). Martindale,
Louisville, Neb. 13tf
Brown's Vegetable Liver Tills
Are a sure cure for Liver Complaint,
Constipation and Biliousness. For
sale by all Druggists in the West.
Relief from Sick Headache, Drow
siness, Nausea, Dizzinecs, Pain iu the
Side, &c, guaranteed to those using
Carter's Little Liver Fills. These com
plaints are nearly always caused by
torpid liver and constipated Lowels.
Restore these organs to their proper
functions and the trouble ceases. Car
ter's Little Liver Pills will do this ev
ery time. One pill is a dose. Forty in
a phial. Price 23 cents.
Save your teeth by using Dr. Clut
ter's Glycereno Tooth Tablets. Beauti
fy! Cleanse! Preserve! tf
A nobby olive silk beaver poke
bonnet with a new style of ribbon
trimming, shaded tips and fancy wing;
a lovely olive brown plush bonnet
with beaded border and shaded tips to
match: a handsome black poke with
cardinal plush trimmings; a beaver
broad brimmed hat of Gainesborough
style, stylishly shaped are among the
new pattern hats at Mrs. Jshnson &
Sweeney's. Go and see them. 30t3
At this office good dry corn or' oats on
subscription, at once.
The largest asortmeut of boots and
shoes thad ever came to town, to be
sold at the lowest cash prices at Mer
bes'. 80 tf
For the best staple aud fa'ney
groceries in Plattsmouth go to J. V.
Come and See
The large stock of Spring Shoes and
Slippers, good and nice at Merges'. 4tf
Don't forget that the Herald
office is the placo to get your fine job
Wanted Some corn and oats on
subscription at this office; at once.
Nobby new silk beaver hats, Der
by style, with cord and balls for trim
ming; English walking hats of felt for
street wear, at Mrs. Johnson & Swee
Fresh bread, cakes and pies, every
dav, at the Union Bakery, corner Main
anil Third 10tf
Pepsin. Rhubarb, Maudrakc & Gentian
Are the active ingredients of
Brown's Pepsin Tonic. Give this
wonderful Dyspep:ia remedy a trial
:.nd be cui ed. For sale by all drug
gists in Ni b.
' AUENTS AND CANVASSERS
Make from 23 to per week selling
goods for E. l. KIUfcOL'i" 6i CO.. 10 JJarciay
Street. New York. 22yl
Send for their Catalogue and terms.
Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cas3 county, will be at the
following times and places:
At Plattsmouth, 1st Friday and Sat
urday in January, February, May, Au
gust, October and November. At
Weeping Water, 1st Friday and Satur
day in March, June and September. At
Louisville 1st Friday and Saturday in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations will be given.
At Elmwood the last Friday and
Saturdap of March. At Greenwood
the last Friday and Saturday in Feb
ruary. E. II. Wooley,
To the Citizen's of the County and State.
I have now ready for market 100,000
White and Fire brick, which we will
sell at reasonable prices; parties wish
ing to build a tire :pi oof house before
the comet comes r'own.call on J. T. A
Hoover, Louisville, Nebraska.
POUfllfKKKPSIK. A', r.
FOK TIIK LlltKKAI. KIU CATIOS
OK WOJIKX. Examinations for entrance,
Sept. Uth. Catalogues sent on np;i!ication to
i"jt8 V. IIKAX, ItesUtrar.
Notice of Dissolution of Part
nership. Ntlce U hereby given that tha Law partner
Httlp heretofore existing between the nnder
tigned paiilrH have day lit en dlpoolved by
mutual consent. Win. I.. Isrounn ret i reft from
the linn aud IiuhIiicih of the oMu-e, J. E. Morri
son to collect moneys due the linn, ami pay all
delits owing by naid firm ot Alurrtxon and
Browne. .Iamcs i:. Mohhiso.v.
Wit. I.. UltOWNK.
Oct21, A. 1. 1881. 3.'tf
Tax Deed Notice.
To the non-resident or unknown owner or
claimant of lots two (2) and three (3 in block
forty-live (4o In the city of l'lattsinoutli. t'a
county, Nebraska ;
Vou are hereby notified that the above le
ecribed lots wer n.seiHd aiid taxed for the
year l7S. an belonging to a non-resident or un
known owner, thai aid lots were sold at pub
lic sale for the delinquent tax of caul year Itt'.H,
on the '.'lot day of November, 17: ; that the un
dersigned w.i.s the purchaser of the said lot. at
aid sale and that unh fs redemption of Maid
lots from faid eale be made on or before t lie
14lli da)' of February, lJ, a Treasurer' deed
will be ivsucd to the undersigned therefor.
riatt.smouth. Neb., Oct, 21, lful. JtU
Iu the matter of the etate of John Hporer,
deceased. In the County 1,'ouit f t'ass County
Novice is hereby given that J. !. Hansen.
Administrator ot the estate ot the said John
Sporer. deceived, has made application for
final Hettlenient, and that aid cause is set for
bearing at my ottlo at I'latt-iuuiitli, on tlij
yolli day of November, A. 1. Inl, atone
o'clock p. m. on raid day; at which time ami
place, all jkmsoiis iuterexled may be present
aud examine said accounts.
A. N. AX, Co. ,Illd;'e.
rialtsmouth, Oct. 'JO, 1K81 a.t l
In the matter of the Estate of Hiram Hoan,
deceased, in the County Court ot Cus Co.,
Notice is hereby given that Harvey Ilogun,
administrator of the estate of the, haul 1 1 nam
Jlegaii, deceased, has made application for fin
al aetticnieut, and that said caur-u Is set fr
hearing at my olllce at J'iatt.smouth, on 1 lie
lstli day of November. A. I. 1MI, at 1 o'clock
p. in., on said day, at which time and place nil
pcrxoas interested may be present and examine,
A. N. St i.i ivan. County Judge,
riattsinouth, Oct. -Jb, lsst. a-ta
In the matter of the (stale of Edward ,
Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against the estate of Edward C. love ,
deceased, to llle the same on tr before the Till
day of June, A. 1. IhhJ, in the ollico of the
County Judge, ut Piatlsmoiith, Ca-s Cttiiuly.
Nebraska. A. N. M'l.l.iv AN, Co. Judge.
l'lattsinoutli, Oct. 1:1, Ism. yit
Notice of Final Proof.
I.axo Oki ic'k at Lincoln. N'kb., i
lelober 20, lssl. (
Notice i hereby biveil that the IoIIomiih
named settler ha, tiled notice of his intentim
to in. ike lin.il piuof In t-uppoit of his claim, and
secure lii.al entry thereof at the expiration if
thirty day from t lie riate of this notice, vi :
Alson Mack. Ii'd entry No. l.".,T7X for (lie mhiIIi
went quarter (sw'i) ol south w est quarter ( li )
section twenty ("Joi. tovnship twelve (U). noun
of range eleven (l I) cast, ami names t lie lo How -lng
as liis witnesses, vi : Ta lor F. W'elhorti,
William It. fwihdall. licorge W. L'rwin iin.l
John M. Wutcriuaii. all of l."iiis ille, CaxsCo.,
Xebranka. J. IS. Ah Dow km.,
Tax Sale Notice.
To the unknown nonresident owner of lots
fourteen (14. fifteen l.r0 aud sixteen (U) nf
ThompfOli's addition lo lily of l'lattsinoutli.
You are hereby notified that on the 2;M day
Of .September, A. l. ls5. at tax sale in Cass
County, the abo'e described premises were
sold for the turn of $ J-lJ-loJ. fur taxes of lt7t
and 75 inclusive to Cas ci uuly, and that on
the l-'ih day of October. A. I). Ishl, the said
Can County assigned certilb ate ol purchase in
John II. Kelly ol aid county, and that on th"
lOth day of February l?s. the said J. II, Kelly
w ill apply to the treasurer ot l ass County lor
a tax dee'd of said premises. J. II. IvKl.i.V.
I'latlsmoutli, Neb., Oct. U, lssl. :ilt3
To all Whom it Mivj Couei ru:
A petition for opening a section line road
has been prevented lo I lie l:ard of County
Commissioners, rod described i'S follow :
Commencing al the iuner scctlan Iwenty
elgbt ( twenty-nine cj'.ii, thirty-two and
Ihii ty-tlnee i'.Ui, tiwii welve(U) range twelve
(J ). and running thenc. west two miies and
terminating at the the owuslilp line l mining
north :iud south. All objections thereto or
or claims for damages, m...-t bo tiled iu the
County Clerk's otlice. on or before noen on the
lMh day of Iec. A. l. lssl, or such road will be
opened without reference thereto.
N J. I). TLTT.
30I5 County Clerk
In the matter of the Estate of John M. Lain,
deceased. In the County Court of Cass Co.,
I' pon rending and filing Hie duly veiified pe
tition of John S. Jones, praying that adminis
tration of the estate ot John M. I.ane. deceas
ed, be granted to Mary l.ane : Ordered that no
tice of the pendency of ttai'l cause be publish
ed in the Nk.biiaska II Kit a mi. a weekly news
paper printed, published, and in general
circulation iu said count", lor three consecu
tive week, and that the heal ing of said cause
be set for the 1st day of November, A. 1. lssl,
at 3 o'clock p. in., at the oilice of llio County
Judge, at riattsinouth, at winch time and place
ail persons interested may Kppenr and vbow
eau.se, if any they have, why nduimisl ration of
said estate should not be granted to the said
Mary Lane, according hi the praver of said pe
tition. A. N. M.I.MVAN, County Judge
l'lattsinoutli. Oct. l- 1hM. :tut:i
Executor's Sale of Land.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the
authority vested in me by tins last will ami tew
tauenl of Sarah S. Muai t. deceased, 1 will, on
Saturday, the ;,th day of November, A. 1. ism,
at one o'clock i. in. of said day, sell ;;t public
vendue, at the front doer of the Court House,
In riattsnioulh, Cass County, Nebraska, the
follow ing real estate, situated in said County,
to-v it : The north east qnarler (ne') of section
No. ciihteeiHlS). iu township No. twelve (ISM,
north i-f range No, twelve ( I J), east of the Olh
1. M. Terms of sail one-half of purchase
money cash dow n ; balance in one year, at ten
per cent, interest, secured by mortgage on t be
land sold. The right reserved to reject any or
all bids. J. W. Joh nson,
Administrator of thif estate of Sarah S.
Kloart, with the will annexed. ;mu
I'.y virtue of an order of sale issued by V. C.
Show-alter tHerk of the lusliict Court within
and for ass County, Nebr ika. and to ine di
rected, 1 will on the ;'lh day of November A.
1. lssl, at 10 o'clock a. in., of said day. at the
south door of the otii t Mouse, iu said County,
sell at public auction the fallowing real estate
to-wit : 1 lie west bait ('-) of the north car-t
quarter 04) of section No. seventeen (IT) in
township No. twelve (la i iiorlli range N'o. nine
(10 east in Cass County. Nebraska, with the
pi ivel mes anil anpi rten.i nces thereto belolig
liur. '1 he same being levied upon and taken as
the property of J. W Newsuni, 1'. A. (iotiid and
Ann H. tioild licfendant-; to satisly a judg
ment of said Court recovt red by Dennis Dean
It. YT. II vr.i:-i. Sheriff. Cass Co., Neb.
l'lattsinoutli. Neb.. Oct. 4th, A. 1. :ssl. j:n:
Hy virtue of au xecutioii issued by W. (,'
Show alter. Clerk of the District Court, within
atid for C;t-s County, Nebraska, an l to me di
rected, 1 will ou the :jlst day of October A. 1.
IsM, at 10 o'clock a. in., ot said day. at the
south door of the Court House, in said county,
sell at tiubiic auction the following real estate
to-wit "; The east half lets1 of the north c;u-t
quarter (iic!4) of section eight tow nship ten
(10) range ten (In), east of 01 ii P. M., in Cass
County, Neb. The same being levied upon and
taken as the'property of David MeCaig. Wil
liam McCaig and Joiin ,M-:Cai. Defeiwhu.ts ; to
satisfy a judgment of said Court recovered by
Henry Crist ell, I'laimitl.
str K. W . HvKits, S'ieri!TCas Co. Neb.
riattsinouth. Neb.. Sept. Sieth A. D. ls.1.
once more corncs forward with an entire nw
Stock of the finest I'iece Goods ever brought
into I'iatts mouth ! !
EVEI.Y GARMENT CUT IS
WA RR ANTED to FIT
Hundreds go there and they are
ALWAYS H U I TED.
Shop opposite the Com t House. Give him
call and examine for yourselves. 4stf
machine" SHOTS !
Repairer of Steam Engines, lloiltrx,
Haw awl Grist Mills
U AN AMI KTKA3I i-'ITTI -f;.H,
Vrought Iron Pipe, Force and Lift 11 pes. Steam
Gauge. Safety-Valve Governors, a;id all
kiwis of Ilrass Kngine Fittings,
repaired on short notice.
fft'Foy TO- BA-rrrsc
Ew? vw 1 p - -di "
tl. w'ou anrw Kruwu.ul tlir,'.VLuierot Uiuut-uu
huuonsa ti Co., 3 Cluiton t7Ltoe, New X (
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