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Better TitAN Gold te-morrow
Beautiful fur caps at Wescott's 2
Masquerade sociable this evening
at lira. I). II. Wheeler's.
ITNC-I.E TOM'S CABIN".
At Fitzgerald Hall.
Chitmas Gt oils in great abun
dance at Dogge's.
Go to the Masquerade sociable this
evening at Mrs. D. II. Wheeler's.
The bast custsm work in the City
at Sherwood's. 3312
Mr. Marslaud has moved into his
handsome new residence on Sixth
Novelties in-Neckwear for the
Holidays at Wescott's. 38t2
Holiday Geods at Dr. Dogge'
Drug Store Weekbach's okl stand.
South Bend is booming nowa
days. Look out for a letter next
week from them.
Rubber Boots and Overshoes by
the car load at Sherwood's. 38t2
We are tflad to hear that Mr. Cor
bett. Injured last week in the shop
yards is getting: along finely.
Slippers! Slippers at Sherwood's. 2
J. C. Smith the champion shot for
any thing. Any loose change you
have to spare come on and Smith will
Crites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Votary Public, second door east of
Court House. Plattsmuuth, Neb. 5tCm
-J. C. Smith Is reported to us as
the champion shootist of Cass. They
say he 'cleaned the boys out at the Gal
lery the. other day.
For the best staple and fancy
groceries in Piatt smouth go to J. V.
The young folks at the High
'School are making grand preparations
to show our people something 'Better
than Gld," to-morrow night.
Call and examine the Christm is
Goods at Joe Roberts. Something en
tirely new. 2st2
Uncle Tom's Cabin will be built
again at Fitzgerald Hall next Monday
night and Marks and Eva, Topsy and
the bloodhounds will iuhabit it.
If you want a first class Boot or
Shoe go-to Sherwood's. 3812
The Neb. State Farmer's Alliance
will hold a special meeting at Hast
ings, Adams Ceunty, Wednesday and
Thursday, Jan. 15 to 164 by order of
the Executive Committee.
Great novelties at Joe Robeits in
Christmas goods. Call at once. 38t2
Mrs. Holyoke, the well known
Temperance lecturer gave two lec
tures in the city last Wednesday and
Thursday evenings, which, owing to
the Banquet and other festivities were
not largely attended.
We like St. Jacobs Oil, and ob-erve
too that the Rt, Rv. Bishop Giluiour
indorses the remedy. Baltimore (Md.)
We have received a copy of the
Lincoln City Directory for '8t and '62,
com piled by our old friends, Glenn and
Cor. It gives a glowing account of
Lincoln's 'late improvements. It was
banded us by Mr. Vedder formerly in
the Glebe office and now foreman at
the Enterprise, we believe.
Teeth filled, pulled and cleaned in
a most skillful manner by Dr. Salis
bury. Give him a call. 35tf
J. H. Kirk, late of the Sherman
House, Chicago, is the name of a
new tousorial artist engaged by John
Boone, eur well known and reliable
Barber. From his appearance and the
well earned reputation of John's
house, we opine he is a first ciass
workman and that there is the place
for a good quiet clean shave.
The acknowledged headquarters
for Novelties in Holiday Goods, Fine
Dry Goods, Dress Trimmings and
Millinery is at Solomon k Nathan's.
Remember Dr. Dogge. for
Christmas goods a very large and
handsome stock, or every thing in
the tilet and fancy goods line
Wetkbach's old stand.
Geo. Fairfield has got those
barn-doors hung at last. What's
up, is a cold winter going to take us
at last or what has come over George?
For two years well, well he's the
biggest, a little, and we draw a veil
over the rest for fear of future pun
ishment, for we believe in it, if Geo.
Only a few days more time to
subscribe for the Omaha Republican
mr Bee before the distribution of
prizes cmes otf. Remember J. P.
Young at the P. O. News Depot will
receive yeur subscriptions and save
you money. 1
Grace fe Thierolf, have turned
their saloon into a Temperance Bil
liard Hall, changed things all round,
ami Grace is an applicant for mem
bership in- the -Temple of Honor.
Msesi iowtliinga change.
" New Style 356, Mason & Hamlin
Organ. Powerful combinations; Sub
Bh and Octave Coupler, just re
ceived. " " .
'Ma James Pettkb. Genl. Ag't.
George Calder was in Omaha, the
first ef the week.
Miss Jessie Calder has been quite
sick we are sorry to learn.
J. W. Johnson, returned from a
trip to Bloomington Wednesdar.
Mrs. Andreeson, ef Omaha, bus been
the guest of Mrs. Lou. Hayes the past
John Leesley returned from Fair
mont, Wednesday, where he has
been several days.
Mr. C. L. Pickett, of the late Lin
coln Globe. wa3 in the city last week
the guest of Mr. Parks.
B. F. Ramsey, returned to Plaits
mouth Wednesday after an absence
in Louisville for several days.
Mrs. J. W. Chapman of Council
Bluffs, came down bust week to attend
the funeral obseques of Mrs. Putnam.
S. M. Davis, commonly called
'Meek" Davis with us has just re
turned from a visit Ensl, to find old
Nebraska as good as any of 'cm
Miss Durham, niece of Mrs. Geo.
S. Smith, wha has been spending some
months with her aunt is to return
soon to her home on the far off Pacific
Coast, we understand.
Mrs. J. E. Fowlei, of Chicago, is
Visiting her mother, Mrs. W. F.
Hobbs. This is Mrs. Fowler's first
visit to Plattsmouth after an absence
of several years.
Max Miller, Dr. Dogge 's new clerk
formerly with Schroder t Becht, in
Omaha, is an expert chemist, and
compounding clerk, and the Doctor
has an elegant store for him to try
Mr. M. A, McKiunon returned te
Plattsmouth last Saturday from Prince
Edward Island, where he ba3 been
visiting the past three months. He
will probably make his home in Platts
Mr. G. W. Young of Centre Valley
put himsslf ahead with the Herald
as usual. He is building himself a
fine new house, Mr. M. J. O'Brien con
tractor, and reports this Cue weather
as just the thiug for belated house
Phil Young had a 6pecial Brand
of Cigars made to order, each box con
taining only twenty-live cigars, for
Christmas presents. 1
Father Lynch being absent oh one
of his missions, there will be no
services at the Catholic Church on
Iu the New York Herald we late
ly observed mention of the speedy cure
of Thaddeus Davids, Esq., of the great
ink firm, 127 William street, New
York, of rheumatic gout by St. Jacobs
Oil.-St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press.
T!.e only representative of the
Press from Lincoln, present at our
banquet was Mr. J. W. Barnhart of
the Democrat, a .very pleasant gentle
man by tho wy, and one who has
great faith in the future of Nebraska.
You will find the largest line of
('Kiidies and Candy Toys at the P.
O.News Depot in ny quantity you
Gov. St. John will, be here to
day, and the temperance people are
preparing to give him a graud ova
tion. A large procession of Temper
ance Societies and prominent citizens
will meet him and escort him about
Persons wishing fresh roasted pea
nuts in quantities will please leave
their orders at the P. O. News Depot,
a few days in advance bo as to give
time to roast them fresh. 1
Ilatt's Christmas Beef.
John Martins cam-, to us the other
day and said: To you want jto see
something pretty ?" Yes, of course,
always do." "Well, come down- to
Halt's butcher shop, and I'll show you
the nicest thing you've seen lately."
We went, and in the barn- were
shown Halt's Christmas beef, a mag
nificent four year old Durham heifer
that weighs 1600 lbs., and she's a beau
ty all over. This is the beef Hatt
slaughters for Christmas and you all
want a piece.
If you want any Cigars by the
Box for presents Phil Young has
them in Boxes of 25 Cigars made to
order, suitable for presents, called
the Merry Christmas and Happy
New Year. 1
KaUsky-SIMPSON : At Flattsmouth Neb.
Sunday, December lltli ls?l, at the residence
vf the Wide' piircnt lv Judge A. N. Sulli
ven. Mr. Isaac Kaljskv to iliss Leha
Simi-som, all of this city.
Miss Simpson is one of the young ladles of
I'lal tsmoiilh who has crown to womanhood
here, and being thoroughly identified with its
society the news of her marriage will be re
ceived with interest by her many friends. Mr.
Kalisky, is comparatively a Hew comer, but U
well known the first representative here of
the firm of KaUsky & Sou.
The young couple loft by the morning train
Monday, for Omaha where Mr. Kali.sky takes a
position in Cruickshauk 10th st. store.
A few Ladies and Misses Cloaks
left which wiil be sold regardless of
value to close out at Baker & At
w 0016. 3Ut2
New Millinery Parlors;
Mrs A. P. Stout lias opened out a
stock of goods in Stadelman's store
room, and has transformed the room
into quite a fairy bower. She offcis
her goods at very low rates to clear
out a large stock, and ladies looking
for millinery or. fancy goods for the
Holidays will do well to call upon her
Yarns Plain and Clouded,
Bavarian, Zephyrs Floss,fcc.
in all colors and
best qualities at Baker & Atwood'e. 2
Geverner St. John of Kansas.'ihe
plucky pibhibitoinkt will lecture in
Fitzgerald Hall this evening. Go and
hear him; he is a worthy representa
tive of the one historic state of the
great West, on whose soil were fought
the Bunker Hill and Lexington of
' - r i i i it I mmtm
Better than (iold.
AT FITZGERALD HALL T0-310RR0W,
By the High School Scholars.
F, E. White was in Louisville,
Saturday, looking after his grain in
Santa Clau! !
Santa Claus has come reund again
and can be louud at Guthman k
Bio's. He has brought with him a
choic e variety of Toys of all sorts,
Candy toy.s, a large assortment of
Candies lor Christmas. Sold at bed
rock prices. Come one, Come all,
and examine, whether you buy or
not. ' :J't2
A through train will probably go
through on the Mo. P. next week.
To reduce stock nine goods at
astonishingly low price at Mrs. A.
P. stout's. " :;9t2
We heard it hinted that there was
to L a big wedding in Louisville in a
short time, while there.
A Set of Furs makes a very nice
Christmas present and nothing will
be more appreciated by the Ladies.
Baker & Atwood's is the place to
buy them cheap. 39l2
A new grocery house was opened
in Jno. Eons old stand last week by
Mr. Francis McCourt. He keeps a
general line of groceries in stock, and
invites the public to give him a call.
Royal Belfast Ginger Ale at Mon
arch Billiard Hall. P. B. Murphy
Mr. Corbett, brother of the gentle
man hurt last week, by the falling of
bridge lumber, came from Manhattan,
Kansas, to attend his brother. He re
ports Mr. Corbett a3 slowly improving
In order to reduce our stock before
invoice we will make a reduction of
10 per cet for cash in Dry Goods,
Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Cloaks, Shawls, Blankets, Ho
siery, Underwear c. until January
15th. Give us a call.
30t2 Baker k Atwood.
The ladies of the Temperance
Union have kiudly consented to omit
the temperance column this week, to
make room for the extended notices ol
our banquet.and the comments of oth
er papers upon tha same.
An elegant line of shaded Silk
Handkerchiefs something new at
Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney's. 3ai2
We regret to learn that Mr. Chas.
Hambleton, of Galesburg, 111., brother
of Mrs. Jno. Duke, and whom many of
our citizens became acquainted with
during his visits here, ha J the misfor
tune to break his leg iu two places, re
cently, while visiting at Keokuk, la.
A good girl to do ceneral housework.
Apply at the IIekald Office.
, Closing out overcoats very cheap,
at Wescott's. 3312
Sf Ring Low to Iteduce Our Stock.
Fancy Collars, Collarettes, Laces
Linen Embroidered Collars, Ties and
Ruches, suitable for Holiday Gifts at
Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney's. 30t2
Bangles, Combs, Double Frizz
Nets, and Fancy Pins for the hair at
Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney's. 39t2
The Druggist has removed to Week
bach's old stand, and is ready to
supply all with strictly pure drugs
Elegant silk handkerchiefs in the
new ombre shades at Wescott's. Noth
ing nicer for a Christmas present. 3St2
Complete line of Velvets, Satins,
Silks, Fringes, Cords and Tassels
Ac. at Baker fc Atwood's. 39t2
The largest line of Photograph
and Autograph Albums in the city -at
the P. O. News Depot. 1 '
. At Fred Gorder's.
The patent Alexander Gate hang
er, such as have been on exhibition
on Main street.
Gorder has the right for Otoe and
Cass Counties and is now ready to
supply the public with these very
valuable labor saving hinges for
farm purposes. 39t2
Our Grocery Stock is lull up
and prices low as the lowest.
39t2 Baker & Atwooo.
The public has long since awarded
to Ayer's Hair Vigor the foremost
place among reliable Hair Restora
tives. It is effectual, agreeable and
absolutely harmless. It makes the
hair fresh and luxuriant, and old age
scarce and unfashionable.
Cold Weather is Coining.
and Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney have
some of the loveliest novelties in
Hoods of every shade and color, to
keep your ears warm. Cyt2
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
"Uncle Tom was presented to a very
good opening house in Music Hall by
the Rial and Draper troupe last night.
The splendid effect of the ''Crossing
the Ohio en the ice" was. the admira
tion of the house. It had never bui
presented with so powerful an im
pression and so skillful a stnge man
agement. We would advise all, .ld
and young, to come early t-night for
this scene. A fur-loving Topsy is
also on hand. The ""lawyer by the
name of Marks" was played 'bang up"
and Uncle Tom was a fine impersona
tion. We must say that "Aunt Chloe"
was too ludicrous last night. The
miustrels are excellent producing mu
sic of superior merit and making a
striking feature of the Combination.
There was a flourish of handkerchiefs
all over the house, when Eva St. Clair
was on the stage. The baying of the
hounds in the pursuit was impressive
to the last degree. The Rial & Drar-f r
Combination have rendered 'Ur.tb-
Tom" finer than any troupe sine-
ran two weeks in Beckel Opera Il. uio
the rage in Dayton. The play is ?. -
duced . to-night, to-morrow afternoon
and evening in Music Hall. Ex.
The above troupe will appear at
Fitzgerald Hall Monday.Dec. I3th. Go
and hear them.
Where Shall TTe Go to Select Onr IJoli- j
This question hr.3 absorbed our
attention for some time, and We
would suggest, if you want a line
Dolman, Cloak, Ulsterette, an elegant j
Set of Fur?, a handsome silk or Cash
mere Dress Pattern, a warm Shawl,
a lovely Pattern Bonnet, or Seal Skin
Cap, Hoods or Nubias; Something
in the line of Novelties in Silk Bor
dered, and Hem Stitched llandker
chief, exquisite Toil-.
Smoking Sets, Alburn
ornamental Tidies, M
Table Linens, Napkb
neglected to lnentio
u se ful and indepc..
such as Rogers Cc!
Wart: in Knives, Fori
blc Spoons, Butter K
lastly some elegant ; :
line of Jewelry. 'i
list which will sugv.
proper Holiday GiU.
Mother, Sister. Br:
heart, and it wiil not .
to state that by calli;
k Nathan at their pa
Store, any of the arti
can be secured.
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o:it f p'ucf
: Dry Goods
; i.i-.'n: itui'.'d
Bargaius in all
wear at Wescott's.
Fresh Figs, Datt
Lemon3 at Monarch Ii
For Christmas (
Mrs. A. P. Stout's.
iLXi B. WioT.
Fresh bread, cake .
day, at the Union Bak..
For Hats and l-'..:cts cnl!
Mrs. A. P. Stout's "t Sd.lmfin's
Hotel. ' it2
For the finest sili
in the city go to Wesc
Everything at th
for the next month at
You can get Di
works at the P, O. Ne
Ik. '',!'.,,3 i
' : , -:-it prices
" ' Il-jwit. 1
33if . S. vr: - :.
Miscellaneous and jiv-ni!o books
in a large variety at ...e P. f. N(jv5
A New lot of -.!;..; lor
Christmas just receiv. ... I " r "
A very line line
Laced and Buttoned a-.
Anyone in need of
teeth should call on D:
once, and he will mak
will please you ever a!
New style 271 F
Hamlin Organ just
Combinations; in a be.
o6V2 James Petti
Dr. Salisbury still :
Smith, Black & Co's. '
does the best of work
line. Give him a call.
at Joo Roberts. Call n
Oranges and Lc-nv
Fi2-s atP.'O. News I).
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n eK. l;..t
"ni ci-.-p. t, n
. forth owi'
i d.-ntai '
A fortune awaits !.' I'. :-.ykcs,
of ICy Madison St., Chi-- : . if b., t j
not so utterly opposed f. sd-.i-rl'sing
his "Sine Cure for Cat.-.n !, ' and ". t-
mospheiic Insulllator, ' ; b- l-.vs j
thev need no advertisin .. ;.-t4
For Faucy V:
Saxony, Germantown. '
broidery. Silks, Pattern-,
dies, Lace Braids &., i
Johnson & Sweenev's.
Anybody can catc. ,
The trouble is to let g
who caught the bear. '
rea Jers to keep a bottb
Cough Syrup handy.
Holiday Ge-: !
I have a good assc
styles Mason and Ha
L. . iiUltS
,i of new
my residence corner 7.h and Loot-st I
streets which I shall b- gii lo 'ho;'. j
and have examined. ' .m nev.- one i
just received and moi
Prices Low, for . ;:
James Pettee, G
! . Agon;..
CJnldren cry for
Lung Syrup. It is the
preparation for coug
known, and perfectly 1
twenty-live and fifty
Sold b druggists.
A Gorgeous and Glitt
S.'.mtel Burns, On '
I Crockery and Glass w.:..-..
v vii-j ail
the Herald readers w
Omaha, to call and see ..
sortment of Holiday
they wish t purchase
new store 1317 Farnhau.1
like a glimpse of Fairy ::
only regret in going v
have not the wealth c
invest in his lovely -'
,n th-ey visit
:et . It irf
! : and your
bt U.r.t yr.u
Persons traveling i
ing tiie- winter are s. ov,i; lo -ou
from the oft opened do o., whioh can
be cured with a twenty "k- cent bot
tle of Lung Syrup. Ba. ot your drug
gist. Headqnarters of Sit Clans.
The undersigned tab 'ieauit: in
announcing to the citii..-i.o or Piatts
mouth and Cass Co., th. ? nas i "iargt
and well selected st..::.i iio.iay
Goods, now cn exhibiti.- at hi j sloie,
consisting of gold and s.ivrr watches,
chains, rich jewelry; baud-ome silver
ware, the very best in th market ; gold
pens, clocks, musical in-.truments, fan
cy goods. spectacles, no -ui-eri'-r iensts
to be found anywhere; ---:vct cutlery
and razors, china ware, notions, toys,
a large selection; children's wagons.
&c. All goods will be - .' .--t toe b.-.v-
est possioie rates. rn; ..-n y "? cm-.
tomers for their liber:. "rj::e, I
would respectfully soli' o. c-ir.tir.u-ance
of the same. Jo?. ScnnATrp, .
-We can vouch for it that Hall's
, ILdr Renewer restores cray hair to its
youthful olor, prevents baldness,
makes the hair soft anl rlosy, does
. tn;. it.. i,:n n..
the best known remeuy tor all Ixir
and scalp diseases. W ts-r.-fare ta.i:e
great pleasure in recon
Hair Renewer to our readers.
O. B. "WBSCOTT,
Sr.riiewliat Aidelr nnd favorably known as the Popular Clothier of
tin's section, annonnces
wortliy of inspection,
and lie has a coinplote stock of now goods.
WSI-T HIE OLAIMS.
Beat Jfatsri'rh, Latt M ' Sfy7-, S uprhi Flti ih ,
Irf '-t Fit ami 1'opnhrr Pr'ci .'.
WH.A.T IEEjEl! "WILL JDO.
('iutho you from htvid to ibot in n neat, dinai-lo and stylidi manner,
. save yon big1 money, and lill your. soul with luipplr.os-:.
All Gariiients "Wnrranted.
Ladies, G-entlemon, Boys and Girls,
Consisting of the
Most Useful and Appropriate
ks.3 I i
Silfc Lace Haacl&ec
we are showing the largest
,ve have tlio largest and handsomest line ever before shown in the
City of Plattsmouth.
For Ladles, Gents and Children.
Do not forget that we are headquarters In
1 t (l!IS
plattsmouth: - ubb,
ihe Relief and Cure as Certain as day follows djy by Dr. J. A. Sherman's
. u-thod. with Mfoty from the thinner of strangulation and w iihont the injury trusses iniiU-t.
'' !ioh; wishing" pi.iof should send )U cents for hi hook, cmitiiiniti liketis-es of bad cassps be
fore and after cure, endorsements of professional gentlemen. Ministers, Merchants. Fanners
:-;id others who have been cured. Trusses and Rupture sooner or later elleet the tiervouc and
Mental nysteni. luiiK on organic diseases, ttnpoteoev, destroy energy ami sochil Oi.'sires, tn ak
i :ir the Voli:ii:oid and the old ueles. Offices. -JM 15roadw.iv. N. .. and 4.1 Mill: St.. Huston.
c?".Xlii. liO lays fof eouultioii, each week .Sew York, Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays ; l!-tton, V eil
"i3 wi oil 'PI' ' 1 eH,la9- TliUMOays and Fridays.
Soiling Low to Kednce Our Stock, Be
fore Moving- Into Our Handsome
ew Store Room.
We will sell our stock of Millinery
and fancy goeds off very low rates
for the next month, preparatory to
getting an entirely new stock when, we
: :ove from our, present quarters into
the handsome new store room build
ing for us. Come and purchase at a
l.argain while you can.
3912 Mrs. Johnson & Sweeney.
And don.t you forget it if you
rant anything ia the Toy or Holiday
goods line you will save money by
g oing to the P. O. News Depot. 1
Don't Head This.
All Persons indebted to the firm
or' Baker Jc Atwoo l will please ' re
member that January 1st. is our set
tlement time and prepare according
ly as we have bills to meet at that
time. 3'Ji2 Baker fc Atwood.
Master Willie Carr is canvassing
for a most excollent book Tue Ladies
of the White House," and is, we under
stand, meeting with fair success. We
t.-commend Master Willie for his ear-r-rst
hard work, and his bock as a
n;ost excellent one.
Wherever coughs, colds and con
sumption exist, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
ought to be known and used. There
n-iver existed a sentiment so universal
among all classes in favor of any oth
er medicine, as is entertained the
world over in regard to Ayer's Cherry
i Pectoral. The humblest patient in
I the pioneer s cabin, and the proudest
' dame in the metropolis, alike use it.
J appreciate it, and speak its praises,
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t?. m& BSMW
llh lx-st bold is
em toLo von u;rv cm.
line and latest novelties.
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and in evervtiiin pertaining to
iiomi: "ma kk r'i s.
okai.v and ri:onrcF.
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J. I). S131PS0N,
633. Wools fi Co. Pianos and Oiot.
News Deot, Magazine and Papers,
Maiu St. c-ntite New Hotel.
' 0 If
If you want anything in the line of
meerchaum goods or smokers' fancy
articles for the holidays, call at Frank
Nieman's Cigar store opposite court
house; he also kerps all kind of smok
ing and chewing tobacco, and cigars of
his own manufacture. 5912
limber at Auction!
Parties desiring valuable timber
and"" wood near Plattsmouth are in
formed that on Saturday, Dec. 31st.
lSiil, at Glenwood, Iowa, I will sll at
auction to the higtest bidder for cash
the tract of timber land on the East
bank of the Missouri River known as
the Ferry Company land. Sale with
out reserve and by order of Court.
Inquiry by letter or otherwise for auy
information concerning the land or
sale will be furnished by me cheer
fully on call from now to lime of sale.
Set n Dean, Referee.
33 1 4 Glenwood, Iowa.
Tin: c;. i. it. cm nt
now ready on sale at the Monaich
Billiard Hall. This cigar is
teed to L-3 the bust 3e cigar
I. J. Raiiseiij Notary Public,
Having had an oxperience of nearly
sixteen years in the above line of bus
iness, during a residence of three years
in Denmark, and nearly thirteen years
in Germany, warrants him to offer his
services lo bis numerous friends in
tl.is and adjoining counties in the prep
aration of any and all documents for
the old country, guaranteeing full sat
isfaction in every instance. Utt2
-the largest stock at J. M.
Are you suffering from indiges
tion? If so ask your druggist for a
bottle of Sherman's Prickly Ash Bit
ters. Taken as directed it will cure
you. These Bitters have now been
before the public for a number of
years, have been thoroughly tried, and
give entire satisfaction. 37t"
33tf Will S. Wise.
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 mixed paints go to Roberts'
Drug Store. 51tf
t:fiil week in your n-n town. Terms and
-pUUotit lit free Address, II. IIam-ett & Co
Portland, Maine. 4t'ly
d7rtA EEK. 12 a day at home easily made
V costly outut net1
Address, 1 1 UK & Co.,
Jloney to Loan.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity, inquire of D. 1). Martindale,
Louisville, Neb. 13tf
Save your teeth by using Dr. Clut
ter's Glycerene Tooth Tablets. Beauti
fy! Cleanse! Preserve! . tf
83 tf Will S. Wise.
For the Old Reliable V. S. Mallby
Oysters, the best in the market, go to
Bennett & Lewis, thev are receiving
them now direct from Baltimore. 31tf
LAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY
JiHdies.' Semi'inpy nnsiiri.-ased. Af.nl--iuj
tlion-unii. Col tejre lour cwir-.'s.
Year uegius Sept 7th. hxntKiiu tor u ''"' '' .
Catalogue nt 1'V the I'resideitt, 1. S. C i: f;
okv, 1). Ii., J-ake idiist, iil. .illu
Livery Mot ice.
Ilereafttr'I v;ill have c
all regular trains stopring
pot. Any person desi.ini:
to take passengers to, or
trains will leave word at
at this de
Barn in Piattsmouth and thc-y wiil be
accommodated, at reasonable rates.
3"itf Ciias. M. Holmes.
Dr. Black's Rheumatic Cure is an
internal remedy ami is niot.ouiiced 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 13
warranted. Smith, Black & Co., pro
prietors. Sold by P. S. Barnes and A.
D. Marshall, Weeping Water, Neb. 8tf
One Lxpcrienee From 3I?ny.
"I had bevn sick and miserable so
long, and bad caused my husband so
much trouble and expense, no one
seemed to know what ailed me, that I
was completely d'sheaitetice. and dis
couraged. In this frame oi t:;ind I got
a bottle of Hop Bitters and used them
unknown to my family. 1 .on began
to improve and gained so fast that my
husband and family thought it strange
and unnatural, but when I told them
what had helped me they said 'Hurrah
for Hop Bitters! long may they pros
per, for they have made mother well
and us happy.'" The mother.
Notice to Teachers.
Examination ef persons wishing to
teach in Cass county, will be at the
following times and places:
At Plattsmouth, 1st Friday and Sat
uid.iy in January, February, May, Au
gust, October and November. At
Weeping Water, 1st Friday and Satur
day in March, June and September. At
Louisville l3t Friday and Saturday in
April, July and December. Notice of
other examinations will be given.
At Elm wood th last Friday and
Saturdap of March. At Greenwood
the last Friday and Saturday in Feb
ruary. E. II. WOOLEY,
To whf-sn It "i ay concern :
Tiiep-tion line road petitioned for by .'olni
Ii! unfold ucdo'uer w i;'. be by W ttuiayt om-ruK-doiicrs
ordfred opened at the session of.
the Hoard at their March sesiiou ; all objec
tions '.hereto or claims for damages, r.iu-i l e
filed in the County Cici k's ofii.-e, oii or hetoie
iiMOti on t,ie nan ;; or l eMuary A. 1). or
such road will be t'pcr.cd wit limit leferencc
tiieleto. J. Ii. Ii tt,
2')tJ Couiiiv Clt-ik,
To whom it iH.iy concern :
The Coiunii-iODer appointed t- b--.-Ue a Co.
Road commencing at a tKiiit un rad No 11 . 3
chaius cast of a point where road NO. lot, tirst
reaches the Central line running east ai.d west
t lironeh tlf e.-Htro of cet:on 27 town 12.l:it;;re
11 eastof th P. J.T. ; thence north ret .'l
ehuinii ; thence uetlu t.1 f-asi 11 chain .Whirr-,;
thenee north '.: ea-t 1 1 chain" 17 l.:.':s to.' iveYt
side of road No 161 or. certr- line .-f pctin 7
running north and south ; theuee north Cehtdns
to a point 0;' !M:'Li we-t f '4 corner between
pect.on 22 a:.i 27 and in road No.' It'! ; thei.ee
north 10" fast 13 chains ; tiiei re c.-rih Th- 30
east laciiaiiii; tlinji north j:..' eat 10
chaiHs : thence noiili 1,7 ea--t .1 chit ins and 15
link : tuence north IP Co' ea.vt .1 chains and
33 links ; theuee north 10 west 6 ebaius and
U) links ; theuctf north 11' oO east 1C chains
10 links ; theuee ea-t 10 chain anil T.3 links to
north side sd si. iu town of Louisville : has re -ported
iu fav r oi ilie location thereof, and ail
objections thereto or claims for damage.
iuut. be filed in the Comity Clerk' oflice, on
or before po-.-u ou the loth day of Feb. A. I).
1S-2. or sueh road wiM be "located without
leleieiite thereto. J. Ii. lcn.
wt3 County clerk.
In the mutter of thfi estate f M. Court
riElit, deceased. In the county court f l as
I' pon reading and fllln? the duly verified
jwtitlon of Fiedrrick 51. CourtrfKht. praying
i hut almliil-fiatlini of the estate f M. I..
Courtright, deceased, be granted to U. .
Ordered that the notice of the penrteriey of
i-ald cause Ih published in the Nebraska H r.H
ALD, i weekly newspaper, printed, published,
a ul in Kfueral circulation iu said count v. for
three consecutive - weeds, and that the hear
ing of said cause be set for tho 2nd day of
lauuaiy, A. I . iss.', at 10 o'clock A. M. alllie
O lice of Hie County Judge at I'latunioiith. at
which Hum and place, nil persons Interested
may atoear and show cnue, if ny thej have,
why admiiiisiraton of mid estate should not
be Ki.tuicil to ine said O. W, t lutttr, jiccord
In to thepraver of said petition.
A. . SlI.I.IVA.V,
1 latt'tnoutli, Deo. U, 1381. u.t:j
In Ihe matter of lite et ateof .Tames MoN'tulin,
lecea-.ed. In Ihe County Court of CH--W
Notice is hereby en, that .l.iinesM. l'at
terson. Hdiiiuiistr.tlor of the et.tle of the f-.ud
.lames An-Nuiliu. ducear-ed. ha" made iij. plica
tion fnr liual sctileinenr. and lli.it tfatd ue is
set for hearing; at my tillice at I'lal uioiilh, on
the -I'lh dav f Oeccinlicr A. 1. lss, at !
O'c Oek I. M.. on said lay at li.cti time imd
place ail per-ous iuterrsied may be prosent and
exainiue f-aid aoci.cmts.
A. N. SL 'I.MVAN.'Couiily Jlld-'e.
I'lattsuioia a, Dec. i ith. i.vi. ...n.i
In the matter of t lie F-t.ite. .f James II. Tuck
er. de.-ca-ed. in t he Couui y I'ocrt of Cas
I 'on ii I y. Ncbra-ka.
Notice is I ereby nivcii, that Albert C. Tuck
t r and Sara l:. Tucu-r, adiuini.trators of Ilia
astateol the said Jamc" ll.iiii-ker det cased.
hae made application jur liu.,i n Ueiuent, and
that villd cause is icl for h. .tung at Inv uic
at l'laltsiiioi;;h, oa tl.o;;l day ol JauuarV, A. D.
1AS2. at one o't liK-k, F. M , on said J.iy ; tit
wnch time and place, all persons interested
may be present and examine raid account.
A. N. m i i.i an, t'onnty Jude.
riattsinouth. DeeeinuerUh. .hSl. 3;it4
In the matter of the estate of Patrick U 111 oy.
Deceased, iu the CouiiV Court of Cass Coun
Notice is hereby irlvcn. that John O'ltonrke.
adniiiii.trator of the eMate ol :tid l'atri :k (iil
roy decca-ed, l.a made application tor final
settlement, and that Kiid caueo ishct for hear
ing at my ollice at l lalisuiouth. en the 2lUh
tiay of Dec. A. D., P.sl, at lo o'clock a. in., eu
said day ; at which time and place, nil perrons
interested may be present and examine said
accounts. A. N. Sclli v -in,
riattsinouth. Due. 8, l.-. .u-u
Notice for Bids for Books,
Blanks and Stationery for
use of Cass County for
Notice is hereby given that bid" w ill be re
ceived at the othce of the Count v Clerk of Cacs
County, Nebraska, up lo nooa of Ihelilsl day of
December. Issl. for liirnlshliii; County olllecrs
with tho following books, blanks, and Station
ery as estimated for the year i-hj.
Two (2) deed records eight .jmres. . '
Two (2) mortgago reeortl" eiht quireir.' "
One (1) general Index deeds.
One tl general Index im.rtg.ige.
One (1) Chattel mortgago index.
Hue (l) marriage record eight quires
One (1) justice docket eight quires.
One Ul dozen justice dockets four quiic.
One caxh book 2V page".
One half dozen heboid Fund Iteeeipt book.
One delinquent tax lift loo pages (-pecial form.
1O00 certilicates of election.
N'O oliicial bonds.
2A0 execution blanks.
1O0 order of delivery of pcivon.ll propel ly.
loO sberilts needs. ,
2 )0 iu.leilllilfi lug bond-.
100 co n i t wrappers Disti ie Com t i-ase i
M witness eerillieates.
2'.0 juror cert ilieato.
rod marriage licenses-.
2 to miniums.
5'MJ apiuaist iueiit bl.inl.--.
.M'O reports of liens for lo-i iiT.
4MWI tax recelptt,
4JO0 lax r ccit diiplio it.'.
stati'j:. tact .
.Vhio letter head-;.
4"on envelopes, no, c. -
21HI0 elivelopex. no. ii. '
una envelopes, no. 10. -Five
gn.ss paper i.isti-ncrs.
I.iglit gloss s.eel pens.
Ten doen lead pencils.
Five doen ipiari bul lies Arnold's writing liuiil.
cine ilo.cu boi I le- miu tla-c.
Ten li-.uiH legal cap.
1 iie l 'oiiiiuisioiicivi rest i vc Ihe rihl lo rejec
any or all bi.. 4
Jdd-. must be wade separately on the difTer-
J. D. TL'XT, County llcrk.
I;y J. v. JrxMNi;-, Deputy.
Ilali-tiiont'i. Neb., Deec-iibei- litli, ihkj. 3.-13
fiiken up. by Ihe suhs.-riiicr, two and one
ball iiiiIch Mout h id I'lal tsuiouth. on llock F.liilut
road.X' the farm of Mrs August lii-inn. one red
fiitv w T-i w hiie i-pois on tide una on Ironl of
lo-id, boj -n-i t;'ed oil at the ends, ami ( lid of
ieft cm- tito oa. 1 In owner can obtain the same
by pi'ivioj. propel y ami paying i:liaigi-.
l-iatl.-m-a.th. Dec. I, lesl.
Mit. Arc. IIkixh.
In the matter of Ihe estate of Win. Arthur, de
ceased. In the County Court of Cas.s County.
Notice is hereby glvNi that J. AV. Hhantion,
ilduiiiiixiralor of tho est ite of the said Win.
Arthur, dcce-i-i-d. I.a made application for n 1 1
id tcttlemeiit, iind thai said cause is set for
healing at my ollice at I'lal turnout li, ontln'2hth
day (1 Decern oer, A. D. lxM, at 10 o'clock a. 111 ,
on said day. in w hich time and place all personn
interested inav b tretent and examino
accounts. a. is. bci.1.1 van. Co
1 lattsin juih, Nov. do, l.s-1.
Public notice is hereby giyen that at a public
tax sale, held at the County TreiiMiri r s ollice
01 C-if County. Nebraska, on the luui day of
November. I.!, I bought the eat half of
the n. rth east quarter ne!4) of tectlon thlity
two Cij , and the west half c-',,) of the north
w-st .jnarier tiiw'o d section thirty-three (-'111.
L.iii in . ,,w nthip ek-veri (It), range eleven (tit
ea-t Jilt '. -M.. situate in Cam Co. Nebraska,
for the delinquent taxes or lo7J. and taxed to
110 name, i be time of redemption will expire
and a tax deed w ill be applied for, ?;n.e- re
deemed on or before the 20U1 day of March
1SS2. p-i7t:vj s. X. Mkhkiah.
In the matter of the last will ami testament t
Joseph I-cslcy. deceased. In the County
ouit of Cass ( ounty. Ntbrsflta.
Xi.iiee is hereby given that John K. Lee. sit y
and John 1, Mcpherson have filed an In-tni-inent
iu wining in this ollice. purporting to be
the lat will and testament of Joseph Deesley
deceased, and praying that said In-trunient oe'
,11. .im. ,w 1 luiMii- aim roveu ; ana lliereui.
on it in ordered that said cause be net for liear-
lli IT Hi tliA -Tt !i .l.ii' nf f l..n I..., . r. . ... .
. ' - .......... s... r. rwI ,
10 O Clock a. ll.. oil S;ild ll:l V :it TUi.fliu ..r
- . v. - 1 "I . 1 luuri. A. ir. lAKt u
f v 11 iri-ni-m ,ai a ik ...
County Judge, :,t Flattsmouth t itv. In ald
County, itiwl mat all persons Interested tharein
be notified by publication In the Nkhkaska
II kkai. i, a weekly newspaper of general circu
lation In said Coiuily. for three ntccessive
wren-, ii. li ..iceening -si 1.1 iay lor liearing,
m.. "1.1 ii ,ini. uti M.ii r inejf may aiiMar
CoillilV Court, to be 1 1 1 : : i i' 1 . lor ll, ,t i.nr
and show eatie. if any tl.cy have, why said in
i . inneiii miimiiii not oe aiimateii to
according to ihe braver aforesaid.
A. N. M. 1.1.1 v an, Countr
A true copy. 37.3
In Hie matter of the ex t ate of huA D n is.de
ceasea. In the Count C ourt ol.Cr. L'ou'ntv.
" Nbr.i-kn. '
NiToe is hereby given fiat Thos.MV. Shryock
liH" toed in lias oiJtce an instl iiiuent ill writing,
piii iM.iung to be a c.-i t tied copy of lb.! last will
and ie-tamei.t of F.;U V. Dav i- deceased.- late
ot I'ailiniore County, in ihcM.-iteof .Maryland,
and prays tli.-.t .said msi rnmeni m writing may
be admitted lo i iobi'.te anil lirovcd a-s the l;k,t
w;ll and testaint nt of sain dee. ;.-ed ; and there
lipon 11 i oro. led that said cause be set for
h. ;i;ifu-at tl.e on.ee ol the Coi.ntv Judge. 011
Ihe 241.1 day of DcccmU r. A. D. jx-l, at which
tiin-: and 1 !;;ee ;:il peiii s ii-terc-twi may ap
pear at a inity Court, tone linldin for that
purpose, au.l .now (.-.lis.-, ii any I bey l.avc, w by
s:tld Uistiuinei t siiniiiil not lie admitted-tn pro
bate, according to the pi ayer of toe said Thos,
V. aiirv ock : and a is fui Hier ord. red that no
tice of .tid liearing be pnblisiied in the N K
r.n A sk 1 1 1 1: v 1 i. a iy i,,- s s.a r of gen
eral circulation in Cass Coutiiy. Nebiaska. for
llilee w eeks i.CXl pleee-iinr, -ai-' il.iy I he;! ii!g.
A. N. St'l.i.I V A N , Coiinfv Judge.
A tnie c q;y. .in.-!
T Charges .Smock .vnd Mike M-n i i'M-y. nc.n
1 evident, deieieiants : V :u are hi 1 i v i.otihed
that at the November term. A. D. I - -1 . of the
Dim net Con. t ol Ca.- s I ouuty. N tbr;-..-.ia. a con-
iniior.al omk r of it v iver was mads ;i:;a list you
in a jtnJgmui.t. obtained by me agan,t you on
t lie '.-il bry of March. A.D. l"7i:, beloitt John
W . Il.-t'.-.iV. ,'Jjsq., .iii-liee of the I'eaee within
and tor too County. t'T ?:?.:'. my Uebt, atid
costs oi si:;.taxed at -;1 1", and interest. a tran
fecrip: wio -cid was tiled fr. said District Court
011 1: e 1 2th' day d October. A. D. lssl. and that
you a.e required lo show cause, if any you have
ou or before 'he !tli day of January, A. D. iv-j.
In the Clerk s oflice of haid Coiut, whv tad
judgiuert s;ii'e.ild uot strtid revived against -u
WM. hTA DK'L,MANN', i'laint iff.
W. S WjiK. Att'y lor i'i'tH. 37t4
' Taken up by the Mih?i ler, tvv'o ai.J one half
miles south west of Flattsmouih, on the farm
of J. C. 1 umaiiiis. ouu black roan tn.ire ikuiv.
suiqtosed to he ID to 1" veai'S ld. cribpled fil
both front feet. i;h saddle laarks 011 back;
tho owner will prove property ami pi; v charge.
aMi c. n CcmminV.
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