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-True Devotion! .
At Fitzgerald Hall Friday and
Saturday evenings, January 13th and
Th firemen Lad a meeting Tues
C.iptuin Hoover is going into the
-Four wedding reported for the
next four weeks.
Humor f more weddings in the
air. Who next?
Billy Shryock is helping the Com
misnioners this week.
We had quite a fall of anew, for
thir winter, Tuesday morning. .
See the Ad of Fred Goos boardingt
Jtc, in Drew building on Main t.
Tn city prisoners were out oh
Saturday cleaning the cross-walks.
-t-Bill Jones is home or wag. Lot
of new horses at Jones & Eikehbarry's.
See James Pettee's new. ad. and
locals this week. There's millions in
" Uncle Tom's Cabin Saturday af
ternoon by Forbes' Dramatic Compa
ny. Prol. Love came down Saturday,
and went e3t on Sunday important
The commissioners are bard at
work on the settlement with th
Owing to the severe illness of their
child. Prof. Love did not go east as he
What do you think of the mad ?
you should visit Omaha, they never
have any mud there(?)
We call attention to the "Whit"
Sewing Mackiue ad. of Messrs. Potter
& Webster, Weeping Water.
A new font cf script type just re
ceived at the Herald office, the latest
s!yls are constantly arriving.
The remains of the old City Hotel
urr being cleared up and soon another
bui'tu'.-. wiil take the place of the old
Ilnr Eikenbarry'a new house is
now occupied-that, is Henry lives
there ami-a good home for a good man
it is too.
We e. soum eiegant designs in
cards, programs, and invitations.
Ple.-i call and look them over, if you
want r.ice work. -
Ifev. Mr, Wilson was also tr.e re
cipient of a purse containing $31, but
lb giveis were so modest they didn't
tell tiit-ir names.
Frauk Fottenger is reported mar
ried agjdn. You had better look out,
Frank, you will have toe many wives
The late fire. did more towards
getting a hand engine than all the
talk doae by the"; Hook & Ladder
Company thi winter.
J. C. Cummlas house is completed
and they will move in as soon a pos
sible. It is a fitM bouae and is a cred
it to the third ward."
John Cutrixht, the City editor of
the Journalf has been somewhat under
the weather lately, but we are glad lo
ee he is oat again now.
. For the first tim in many months
lost Saturday night saw the job hook
clear, every lot of work sent home,
and the office cleared up.
Tha ladit of St. Luke' Guild will
held th-ir next enviable at the resi
lience of Mrs. F. Lntham this evening.
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
Wh'wp la! is what W. II. Pickens
says. Its a boy bora Sunday, Janu
aiy 3th, 1SS2. weight eight pounds.
Mother and Son doing well at last ac
counts. -. .
A brothe r of Mrs. John Waterman,
in Iowa, was severfcly injured in at
tempting to catch a stieet car, lately,
while on the way to meet our Mr. Wa
terman. Lawyer Beeson was quit under
the weather last week. In fact, was
jiwt al tl-e ofSce from Tuesday until
Thursday. We are ghad to hear he is
all ovw the attack.
- Dr. Scbildknecht purchased the lot
;u.d hois f Biilv Lmpke, ne xt to
bin cfik and will rent the same un
u be is ub'.t to build a brick block
Hurrah lor the Doctor!
D;. Livingston's office was a sight
oh Moiiduy nigM. We never, saw so
many men b()aro arms before in
time of peace. , A lot of rail road boy
were getting- vaccinated. '. .
Our exchanges inform us that the
river above and below us is partially
closed so that foot crossing is possi
ble. The junction of the two rivers
here prevents freezing quite as early
a elsewhere. --- -
Dr. S!hi5dkncht whose large
prsfltic i dily increasing, has fitted
up his "new office ; on- the corner of
Main &7ta stuvery nicely.and the doc
Ur drop in t see the IIekalo now
asd t!re:f,too - - -
"Peril, or Life at Long Branch .
--"Ingomar, the Barbarian."
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas went
up to Ashland yesterday to a meeting
of the Bee Keepers Association.
1 From November 15th, to January
10th. about 1.650 guesses were made
n the horse shoe in front of Kalisky
. The Infer Ocean warns its readers
not to' buy a "Turkish rug" until it is
vaccinated as small-pox has been dis
tributed by means of rugs lately.
P, B. Murphy keeps the G. A. It.
cigar, made, by C. Schlegel, ot mixed
Havaua. the best in the mant'it. They
are cue of the best . five cent cigars
C. W. Sherman, editor of the Jour
nal, joined the fire company Tuesday
evening and after the meeting was
out, set up the cigars for the bovs.
-What a big boy Cap. Wiles has to
be sure. The Herald took him for a
young doctor well we're getting old
and must be pardoned or mistakes
aow ani then.',
J. S-Mathews, has, since leaving
the office of Sam M. Chapman, werked
up quite a large law business. Mr.
Mathews will attend faithfully to any
business left with him.
- Mr. O. M- Ansiead, of Lincoln
will open a large Dry Goods Store
in the new Drew Building about Feb
ruary 10th. Look out for tne largest
stock ef Dry Goods in the City.
The couaty commisneners have
had to change help three times, by
reasoa of appointment to office. .Beats
the fellows at Washington, who kept
breaking up the House and Senate t
make cabinet officers and ministers.
. Messrs. Jerry Farthing and Ed,
.Duke left Plattsmouth, Monday, for
Burlington, Icwa, where thev will take
a course in a Commercial College, a
commendable plan which we see our
young men are beginning to pursue
Tefit is up looking after those fen
ces again. Maybe he thinks Smith or
Barnes left the gates open when they
went to Washington, or, perhaps, Bro.
Windham may be putting up bars in
the wrong gaps. Keep 'em plumb, Sen
-The phvsicians are busy now vac
ciuating every one. The B. & M. have
issued orders to their surgeons to vac
cinate their employes and families free
of charge, and Dr. Livingston's office
is crowded with those who don't want
to wrestle with the small pox.
Mrs. Cole, of Hastings, this state
who has been the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Eaton had a most sad termina
tion to her visit in the death of her
little babe of cronp. She returned
sadly to her home with" only the body
of the little one so lately well and
brijjht the first of the week.
A letter came to this office from
Lincoln the other day stamped all
oyer "Correct, J. C. McBride," in red
ink; and on the back was written by
some one else "yum, yum, yum." Now
what Post office is that, we'd like to
k now, or is it Greek for the hour of
The Nebraska City (Neb.) l'ress
says: St. Jacobs Oil strikes heavy
blows for good all around, and its vir
tues for rheumatic pains are larded
upon every hand. Try it, all je who
Mr. A. B. Pirie, of the machine
shops here, has been promoted to the
foremanship of the shops at Bed Cloud,
Neb., and left to take his new position
on Saturday last. We congratulate Mr.
Pirie on the promotion which his effi
ciency has won him, although sorry to
lose him from here.
The check-board for our Telephone
Exchange was received by Mr. Lewis,
Monday, und the wires will be put in
now soon. The office will be up stairs
over Bennett & Lewis' store, and will
soon be open day and night, when the
"click, click, click," and "hello!" will
be the order of the day in Plattsmouth,
Mr. A. B. Sra th was telling us last
week of the receipt of seme of the han
diwork of an aunt of his, 86 years ot
age, said aunt being a resident of old
Londonderry, N. II. The articles were
some cushions sent to his children for
a Xinas present, and if some of us re
tain our eyesight and dexterity of fin
gers to that age we shall do well.
Soapslone Griddles at Duke's;
they do not need to be greased and
d not smoke; just what is needed in
evvry family. Call and purchase at
yeur earliest convenience.
Mr. VauDorn, of Omaha, made us
a call, Tuesday, accompanied by Mr.
Sam. Thomas, with whom he is stop
ping for a day, on his way te t,he meet
ing of the Bee Keepers' Association at
Ashland, at which, if we. remember
correctly, he is President. Mr. Van
Dorn is an enthusiast in the raising of
honey and the keeping of bee, and
what he don't know about bees few do.
. Fifty more of - those $5 00 suits
left, the cheapest in the market at C.
G. Ilerold's. ' ' v 43t2
The German Fire Insurance Com
paay mad-, through the firm of Han
sen & Chassot a present of ten dollars
to the Plattsmouth Hook and Ladder
company, for the valiant work done
by there in saving property during
the late big fire.
The following resolution was offer
ed I y the Company : Itesolved: That
a vote of thanks be tendered the Ger
man Insurance Company, for the ten
dollars donated. It was carried unan
imously. The 31 a so u Haiulio Organs
now employ an improved key action,
(patented 1S0), which materially en
hances their value securing the great
est elasticity and mest instantaneous
response, and requiring only one half
the muscular force to press down the
keys. It is thns very delightful and
effective in use, and save much
fatigue to th player.
On an organ having the key action
some of the commonest and most se
rious faults in playUg are almost im
p'ossTbW. " 43t4
Personal. ' ' .
Charley Holmes has got home, too,
and horses whew! lots of 'em.
Chapman has been off te Supreme
Court again so has lawyer Crites.
Mr. C. Reynolds, Murphy & Agnew's
time-keeper and- book-keepr i. io
town for a few days.
A Mr. Crawford of Sheridan, and
brotherin.aw of Mr. McGee of thi
county called in Saturday.
James Herold spent a week in St.
Joseph, returning last week Saturday.
He reports everything lively there.
J. Vallery Jr. called in the other day
and left the IIekald some hay, to
keep the ponies from starving this
Engineer M if Knew has gone to meet
Major Sntor on River Improvement
matters. We knew he knew his biz,
EJam Parmele, the gay old chap,
from Ashland came to see us, Tuesday.
Elam is sound, hearty, and as good
natuied as ever.
Gen. Geo. S Smith left for Wash
ington this week, to be absent some
time, probably on important business
connected with his office.
Z. Waterman, a brother of John
Waterman, who attended the funeral
of his mother, and remains a few days
with his relative visited the Herald
Hon. R B. Windham is home from
the Capitol of his country, a wiser,
better, bigger man than ever; that is.
he's got fat on Washington oysters
brain food, too,
Miss Amanda Porter and her cousin,
Mr. C. Creswell, wi o has been visiting
in Plattsmouth for a week or two
past, spent last week Wednesday in
Omaha seeing the sights.
Rash OTellowa, Editor of the Sher
idan Post was up Saturday, ne ain't
rushin weddin's nor nothin of thesort ;
no other fellow (being) claims a mort
gage on Rush. He's just editing the
Post and no more.
John W- Barnes, Esq. left fer
Washington this week, where he has
been sent for by President Arthur for
advice and counsel. The President is
tired of all New Yorkers and wants
a live western man to tell him some
thin'. . D.A.Campbell, that healthy young
thoroughbred has been appointed
Deputy Treasurer, it seems. Well,
Treasurer Newell might have gone
further, and not found as competent a
man. He comes out of the law firm
of Windham & Campbell, that is true.
but then we have known other law
firms who always had a partner, a
"joung man" or a relative ready-made
for everything that came along. -
The weighing of the "Horse Shoe"
has leen postponed until Saturday,
January 21st.. when it will certainly
be taken down. Those having guesses
will please bring them in, and those
wishing to guess will please come
SOOll. UKEAT iiED .STOKE. .
Crites & Ramaey have moved
their office into J. V. WeckbacU's new
building up stairs. It makes them a
Hansen & Chassot received the
first car load of feed, for season of
18S2, Saturday. 1
Wanted A modern young lady's
forehead. The editor not having seen
one lor several years is willing to pay
a fair price for a glimpse at the genu
ine old i rticle. No banged or other
wise mutilated specimeus wanted.-Ex.
C. Schlegel has a fine line of
Meerschaum and French Briar Pipes
Give him a call when you want to in
vest in one. 43t3
The Lincoln Journal begins to
se through the Enterprise here. It
accuses the Deacon" of moving Lin
coln people to Plattsmeuth in a grand
iloquent sort of way in one paragraph,
and then admitting that the B. & M.
clerks arid others have left Platts
mouth for the Junction in another.
Got it "Topics;" go it Enterprise.
Remember th bear fight. ,
For the best staple and fancy
groceries in Plattsmouth go to J. V.
The following officers were elected
for he ensuing year by the Fire De
partment, at their meeting Tuesday
evening: Jf resident, J. v. weckuacli;
Vice President, J. M. Schnellbacher;
Treasurer, Charles J. Peltee, As soon
as the engine is procured the company
will be divided up into an Engine
Company and Hook and Ladder Com
pany. The old officers of Hook A Lad
der Company will hold over until
38tf Will S. Wise.
The system of employing useless
stops to make an organ appear to have
large capacity is latterly so prevalent
that attention is especially called to
this point, that none of these useless
stops aie used m - he Mason & Hamlin
organs. James Pettee, Agent,
43t4.' PlattamuuUi. Neb.
Week bach sells
In atemperateand considered arti
cle on the subject, Mr. Rosewater, of
the Omaha Bee, says of the open field
for uewspapeti" in that city that it is a
grave yard a sort of Pottei's field, as
it were. Eleven rivals have arisi r.
and been buried since the Bee began
its race. To establish a newspaper iu
competition with older and stronger
rivals requires the right man, the right
place and plenty of money naming
the requisites in the order of their im
pmtanee. Take the cities of America,
and as regards the history of their
newspapers, they resemble mining re
gions. For each pronounced and
prominent success there are a dozen or
twenty or a hundred failures. More
dollars are lost thau are made by the
publishers. The accumulaiion3 of
Bonner, the romantic disbursements
of Bennett, the expensive tastes of
Dana, the charities of Child, are in
the mouths of everybodv: but the
thousands of financial, mental ani '
physical wrecks are soon forgottou. ;
The profession is in maty respects (
noble calling, but it 's only a degree
it t ..11 ,.,1 . . .... ;
i fc iruimcu iiuuj ai)r.lt, IT1 J. a
unending toil, nd it often hapt ens
that I he noblest and best work is most
BCER1II, AMUSEMENT LOTERS!
Return of the Old Favorite at Fitz
gerald's Hall Jan. 13th and 14th
We take pleasure in announcing to
our readers' the reappearance - of the
world renowned comedian, old Ben
Cotton and his talented little ' daugh
ter, Idalene,-supported by the - ever
popular and well known Forbes Dra
matic Company, who will present on
Friday evening the beautiful drama of
True DevotioH, and en Saturday even
ing the great sensatienal play of Black
Diamonds; also a grand Idalene recep
tion matinee Uncle Tom's Cabin, Sat
urday at 2 p. m. Be sure and see Ida
lene in her great character of "Eva."
True Devotion, by the Forbes Comedy-Company,
drew large audiences
both at the matinee' yesterday after
noon and last night. In both instan
ces the audience were lavish of their
praise, and judging thereTrom it is
sa;e to say a better satisfied assembly
never lelt the house at the close of the
performance.' -St. Paul Daily Globe,
November, 25th lSbl. , ..
Tke following epistolary compli
ment was received yesterday oy Col.
Manager Forbes Dramatic Company
Sir: Allow me to thank you for
your kindness in favoring me with -an
invitation to attend your entertain
ment last evening, and to express my
appreciation of the play and its rendi
tion. As a rule I do not patronize
intinerant troups, and I take pleasure
in saying that your troupe is not to be
regarded in any sense as a strolling
troupe, but, on the. contrary, is a
troupe of genuine artists, worthy a
general patronage aid public appre
ciation. The play was well sustained
in everv part, abounds in real wit,
pathos and genuine sentiment.. Littl
Idalene is a marvel, and te hear her
sing or recite is, in itself, worth the
price of admission.- I shall take pleas
ure in commending th drama and
troupe what little I can have opportu
F. B. Gatjlt.
Sup't of City School. '
Mason City. Dec. 14, 1831.
We think that we can safely promise
the troupe good audiences aad know
that we can promise the audience
Evening admission to all parts of
the house 50c. Seats reserved without
extra charge at the P, O. News Rooms.
Children under twelve 25c. Matinee
prices, 10, 15 and 25 cents.
Made-up Convebsations in the
"I asked father what news there was
in the Herald, and he said ''nothing."
II always say that of the Herald."
REAL CONVERSATION IN A LAWYER'S
OFFICE IN TOWN, MAYBE.
II. M. B. "What did you take this
case for, anyway? I doo't owe this fel
low anything, and you know it."
Lawyer. "I took the case for the
same reason you riin a paper to get
my pay for it."
H. M. B. "You had no business to
take it; you know I don't owe S-f-n
anything."; ' ' . V '". r ; ,:' ' : ; J V
L. "I don't know anything about it.
He says you do, and his word is about
as good as yours, You used the fellow,
as you call him, for all jhe was worth,
when you had him in your cilice, and
tried to make his wortl good to slander
other people. Take a little of your own
medicine now." . . ........
ILM. B. "You took the case t an
noy me. There's nothing m it."
L. "There's more in it thau in your
newspaper. If I don't make a better
case than you do a paper, I'll quit the
business, as you ought te with that rag
Office of the President of the Cass
County Agricultural Society. Enter
"Mr. President, gau 1 get my leedle
b re mi urn I should haf last fall? You
got him, eh ?"
President (gravely) "Sorry to say I
cannot give it to yoa to-day. The fact
is ahem really well I don't Iikete
say much about this, for sake of our
society; but the facts are the truth is
the real well, we were disappointed
in our Secretary last Fall, and the pre
miums have been delayed. I have the
books now, and in a few days you
Bhall have your pro rata" -
"All right, Mr. President. I knows
you, und if you say it's all right I goes
home for a few days more."
Any "news" in the Herald this
week, bub ?
The Wilmington (Del.) Daily Repub
lican lately contained the following
item of popular interest: Dr. J. F.
Speck who is connected with the Wil
mington Every Evening, speaks rather
enthusiastically of St. Jacobs Oil. Dr.
Speck, states that he uses the Oil in
his family as a household remedy, a
sort of universal pan; tea for all aches
a'?-! pains, and has always found it to
act most happily. His attention was
called to it by the many testimonials
in its favor, and he one day used it
upon himself for sore throat. Two
applications were sufficient to effect a
eure. He also used it on his little girl
for sore throat with gratifying sue
cess. The same child had scarlet fev
er this winter which left the tendons
of one lg much contracted. The lit
tle prattler couldn't walk without as
sistance and suffered much inconven
ience and pain. Several applications
of St. Jacobs Oil restored hr limb to
its normal condition and she has not
experienced any trouble since. Dr.
Speck states that he has also seen the
Oil act charminglv in toothache. He
thinks St. Jacobs Oil is a sterling rem
edy, and does not hesitate to Tecom
mend it for rheumatism, etc.
The matter of changing the creek
on Vine and Seventh street ought to
be attended to at once "lmmejently
Sherwood begins to build this week.
Billy Neville has Fairfield locating a
spot for a basiness house on Sixth st.
for him, 'and before these are com
menced some definite plan should be
adepted. because the city will have to
fill up both streets to let these people
out on terra-flrma and every dollar
put in temporary platforms and such,
is that much wasted, and taken from
permanent improvements. Get an es
timate for the culvert at once from
Fairfield, Thompson or some one.
Tli- rum of Ward Bros. Louisville,
ICtb is this day dissolved by mutual
Tnsent. A 'I persons knowing them
selves indebted to th firm will oleasa
call and settle at once. attheldstud.
43W . . J. M. Ward
" " ' 'for Ward Btojt. j
. ? Died. - '
Last Sunday noon, a hearse would
slowly up Main St. containing the
body of another well known and
dearly beloved citizen of Plattsmouth.
It as that f Mrs. II. A. Water
man who departed this life at Ladora,
Iowa, on the 4th of January, 1882,
aged 67 years and 11 months. ;'
; Last month ;som time Mr. Water
man and wife left us for a pleasant
holiday visit to another son's home,
little thinking that but one would re
turn, and ho as a mourner behind that
hearse last Sunday, yet such was the
case. . On Christmas day, Mrs. Water
man was taken ill", and lived only ten
days thereafter Sh was a native of
New York, and came west about six
teen years ago, having lived in Platts
seeuth twelve years.,
Her sudden " demise nnder such
painful circumstances, leaves her hus
band desolate indeed, and three chil
dren beside mourn her untimely
death, Jno. Waterman and Mrs. Lev
ings of this place and Mr. Z. Water
man of L.idora, Iowa. The sympathy
of many many friends goes out to
The funeral service on Monday by
the Rev. Mr. Baird was very impress
ive, and bad as the roads and weather
were, . goodly number of our citizens,
besides the immediate friends of the
family, accompanied the remains to
their last resting place.
- - Sad Accident.
On Monday last a young man by th
name of Gorg Rockwell, living be
tween Louisville and Weeping Water,
attempted to jump from the passenger
train coming from the west as it pass
ed the elevator of Morrissey Bro's.
By some means he slipped and was
thrown under the cars, mutilating, his
right leg horribly."-He was brought
down to the passenger., depot at this
place and Dr. Livingston sent for.
Fortunately Dr. Mitchell, one of the
B. & M. assistant Surgeons was here
t see Dr. Livingston on business con
nected with the road.
The most unpracticed eye could see
at once that the limb must be amputa
ted. It was crnshed above the knee
th bone being laid bare the mutilated
flesh hanging in shreds from the knee
almost to the body.', The leg was also
eut completely in two below th knee.
The man was carried to one of the
rooms upstairs in the depot, and Dr'.
Livingston and Mitchell proceeded to
perform the operation.' Not since the
old day in "Hygei llospital," at For
tress' Monroe, has the Editor seen the
same Urrible uaultilation. Th naked
bone of the leg above the knee stoea
up, as on may. say, and with evry
throb of the" poor mangled body it
would throb in dumb powerless sym
pathy. Stretched on a rough desk in the
effic. a bed furnished by Henry Boeck.
beir.g ready after the operation, th
sharp polished tools of the surgeon
glitttred on the window sill as the
two' medical. meD prepared to make
the dread, yet necessary sacrifice that
severs a portion or tue great living
frame of a human being from that
which gives it life, motion, strength
and health. k
With coal and steady nerve the 'doc
tor --grasps the glittering knife. the
body is moved to let the westers sua
give stroager light, the bleeding quiv
ering flesh is stripped from the bone
to make the "flap" a cut. a slash, the
strong brifht unfeeling saw grates
back and forth, and the limb, so lately
a part of the living human man, drops
like a dead inert clod on the floor.
But not yet can the conservators of
human life cease their efforts; from
the bleeding red raw stump rush in
a hu ltd red streams (to uneducated
eyes) the life giving fluid slowly,
surely one by on, by the aid of pinc
ers, aie the arteries "taken up and
tied, the por wounded, carved , and
cut flesh is drawn carafullv over, the
quivering bone, cotton and bandages
belp to cover th ghastly sight and the
poor patient, who has been under th
influence of chloroform, with a paper
cap over his head that he may not see
is. all its nakedness the scenes we have
described, is informed in low tones
that be has a. hare chance to live."
It is a wonderful display of skill,
nerve and human endurance on both
Later. We learn with regret that
Mrr Rockwell died about 5 a. m. Tues
day. His brother S F. Rockwell was
His body was taken to Louisville
Friday evening for interment yester
FL'fcKElXlnthe M. E. Church, at Mt.
Pleasant, Cs Co.. Keb., on Saturday, Jan.
8th, 1882, l Rev. It. Coolev, Jr.. Pastor ; Mr.
Chat. E. Flick, of Omaha, and Miss Madura
O.Searl, of Mt. Pleasant, Neb. -
Th above public wedding, attracted a largo
crowd to the Church on Straday morning, who
listened to a sermon from the appropriate text,
"What went ye oat lor to see?" Matt. 11, .
at the close of the service, the bride and groom,
with escort, entered the church and while a
beautiful march was played by Mrs. Wesley
Davis, was conducted to the pulpit, where the
escort gavt them post No. 1, facing the con
gregation beneath a beautiful evergreen arch,
with the pendent, inevitable horse fhoe over
their heads. After the ceremouy and intro
duction to the congregation, the gratulatlons
of many friends took place, when the bridal
party repaired to Mr. Maguey's for dinner,
whence they accompanied Mr. Dow to his
heme near Nebraska City. Mr. C. E. Flick and
wife will reside in Omaha. ... -
May much prosperity attend them.
. . . : ,, Died. -
TWI8S-At PTattpmouth, Jan. 3d. 1882, of mem -branin
croup, Eddie J., infant eon of (J. S.
and Etta Twiss. aged fifteen months. .
The funeral took place freni the Christian
Church, Elder Crowther officiating. -
Fresh Oysters every day at F. S.
White's, direct from the oyster beds.
Don't disremember it. 40t4
Card of Thanks. .
We desire to return our sincere
thanks to Dr. G. W. Clutter and the
many other friends who so kindly as
sisted us in every way during the sik
n?ss and .death of our little one. -
C. S and Etta Twiss.
January 2d., 1832. ; -
' Go to Ct Schlegel 's for vour m'eer
seuaum pipes where you will find the
HASOlf S, HAHLI1T
(From Ole Bull, the world-renowned violinist.
I have pleasure in testifying te the excellence
of your Cabinet Organs, which seem to me to
excel all instruments of the class I have ever
sees. Their fine quality of toue is iu contrast
wiiu iuai oi oiner reeu organs, ara me auto
matic swell, vox huiuana, resonant canes, and
other recent Improvements are o admirable a
to greatly increase the artiatic value and use-
iuiues ox tue instrument. OLE liULU
Sold, aud there are hundreds of orders behind.
notwithstanding the fact that the compa-'
" ; y have the two most extensive
factories in the world.
THE HiSON&EAHLIN ORGAN CO.
make only the bbst quality of work. Much va
riety Is offered in size, capacity, style of
' case, elegance ef finish and orna
mentation ; but throughout
' the whole will be feund the same
thoroughly best material and workmanship.
Edsies t Pay men ts.
Lowest, Prices for Cas1i
JAMES PETTEE, "
' V iRfiieral Agent.
Plattsmouth, - Neb.
Hie installation of the officers of
the i Grand Army, Tuesday evening.
passed off very pleasantly, and quite in
style, too, in spite of some drawbacks
by absence of old officers. Comrade
Webster, of Weeping Water Post, in
stalled our officers, assisted by S, V. C
Rexford, of the same Post. J. V. C
elect Voodry made application for
transfer for himself and eight com
rades, for the purpose of forming a
Post at Eight Mile Grove, whichrwas
- On next Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings the-Clifford Dramatic Com
pany will perform "Peril or Life at
Long Branch" and "Ingomar, the Bar
barian." They, are immense, don't
miss them. Remember the date. '
A. gold fever has broken out at Ot
tumwa, Iowa; and the whole hill
country about there is selling for 850
to 8100 an acre. Charley Holmes says
it's immense if it pans out as per sam
ple. A series of tevival meetings are
in progress at the M. E. Church under
charge of Rev. Wilson who informs us
that he is meeting with much success
in his labors. .
Liquors, wines &c, by Fred Goos,
in. the old McVey building, lower
Main st. -
If you can't "Bear" a cough, "Bull"
it with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Cass County Bank.
The election of Directors of the
above institution was held Tuesday.
They are: Jno Black, J. M. Patterson,
Fred Gorder, A. B. Smith, J. Morrisey,
and C. U. Parmele. John Black was
chosen President and J. M. Patterson
Collect ioa Notice.
Not having time to run after those
owing me, 1 nave piacea a lot
of bills in th bands ef Judge A. N.
Sullivan, who is authorized to collect
and receipt fer same. Parties in
debted will govern themselves accor
dingly. 43t2 R. R. Livingston. .
U. 8. Grant Says
That Oak tanned leather is the
best and we work no o her.
l J. G. Chambers a Son.
All persons indebted to us will
please call and settle as we must get
our business settled by Febraary 1st.
42t3 Baker & Atwqop.
Farm for Sale.
A well improved farm of 40 acres
for sale, eight miles south of Platts
mouth, 200 acres under cultivation.
For further particulars, apply to
GXORGE W. SHRJfcDER,
P. O. Plattsmeuth, Neb. 43U
33tf Wills. Wise.
The best Sewing Machine the
"White." 48tf Potter & Websteb.
Ag'ts for Cass Co. Weeping Water. ,
The Goos House.
Mr. Fred Goos, of the late City Ho
tel has opened rooms for day board,
and meals for farmers "in the Drew
building. Please remember the place
and give him a call. 43t3 .
" Dr. Salisbury still holds forth over
Smith, Black & Co's. store, where he
does the best . of work in the dental
line. Give him a call. S5tf
The Bohemian Band boys give.' a
dance at Quthman's Hall on Saturday,
the 2lst. Admission 73 cents. We
hope they may have a good time.
Having decided to divide our stock
about Feburary 1st and run the Dry
Goods and Grocery business separately.
We will sell all goods at greatly reduc
ed prices for cash only, to reduce stock
42t3 Baker & Atwcqd.
-For lame Back, Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Prite 25 cts.
Sold by Smith & Black Bros. 4leow
' Crites and Ramsey; attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House. Plattsmouth, Neb. 5t6m
Catarrh cured health and sweet
breath . secured by Sbiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price 50 ets. Nasal Injector
free. Sold by Smith & Black Bres.41eo
--Will you suffer with Dyspepsia asd
Liver Complaint? Sbiloh's Vitalizer
is -guaranteed to cure you. Sold by
Smith & Black Bros. 41eow
' Shiloh's Cough and Consumption
Cure is sld by us cn' guarantee. It
cures consumption.'.- Sold by Smith &
Black Bros. : " ." 4Jeow
2 f-Croup whoeping cough and Eron
clatis immediately-relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. Sold by Smith & Black Jlros.
J. G. CHAMB E RS SON,
, , ' . Successor to J. G. Chambers.1
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whlpn,
. ' ; Blankets, Lap Kobesf, &c, &c.
REPAIRING PROMTPLY ATTENDED TO.
Wo not only use
But sell as CnEAP as the CHEAPEST. Remember the plae Opp. the P. O.
PliATTSMOTTTH, - UmBRASKA. lr
The ALEXANDER PATENT Gato
For Sale by. FRED. GORDER, Plattsnioutli, Nebraska,
Who has the Right for Cass and Otoe Coun ties.
ZBZEjSI? JLzlstid CHEAPEST
Farmer's Gate Hinge ever made. Call and examine them at once at
FRED. GORDR'S Office.
t3f Agents wanted in this County and Otoe. 40m3
The Relief aad Cure as Certain as day follows day by Dr. J. A. Sherman's
method, with safety from the dangers of strangulation and without the injury trusses inflict.
Those wishing proof should send o cents for hi book, containing likeue.s.ea of baa aie b-.
fore and after cure, endorsements of professional geutlemeu, Minister, Merchants, Fanners
and others who have been cured. Trusses and Rupture sooner or later effect the nervous and
mental system, bring on organic diceases, impotencv. destroy energy and social desire, make
ing the young old and the old useless. Offices, 2S1 Broadway, N. ., ami 43 Milk Ht.. Boston
Days for consultion, each week New York, Mondays, Tueedavs and Saturdays ; Boston, Wed
nesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
III IV J&f3. TTTTXTAIX' PKKDS la papers left over at
Li M TTT7TN
1784 Vt ii p- SAXJ
DAVID LANDRETH & SONS, Seed Growers, 21 & 23 S. SIXTH ST. PHILADELPHIA
Oilers lor sale the fol lowing
c.irli nr Am nr hM
aiub i rees j years oiu
Apple Trees s years old. lirst
20 2 00 SIS 00
15 1 CO 11 00
10 1 30 8 00
30 1 75 20 00
40 4 23 SO 00
35 4 00 00
35 , 4 00 30 00
40 3 CO
30 3 00 .
10 1 00 7 00
50 5 00
10 1 00 5 00
10 1 50 5 00
10 1 50 5 00
10 1 00 G 00
10 1 50 7 00
Apple Trees a years old. sec
Peach Trees 2 years old
Early Richmond Cherry, 6 to
Frly Richmond Cherry 4 feet
Plum Trees, Wild Goose, 5 to
Apricots, 3 to 4 feet
Grape Vines, Concord
Raspberries, red, the best. . ..
Cherry Currants, red
Pie Plant, Llneus or Wine
Norway Spruce 25 cents per
Flowering shrubs so
Roses, all kinds so
First class Hedge plants per.
thousand, f l 80.
Maple trees so
C'ottou Wood Trees
Any person not seeing nic can fend orders
through the Fost Office. 4IU3
Bennett & Lewis sell Breinner's
THE G. A. It. CIGAR
is now ready on sale at the Monarch
Billiard Hall. This cigar is guaran
teed to be the best 5c cigar on the
Drugs -the largest stock at J. M.
83 tf Will S. Wise
First Premium. .
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. 80tf Peter Merges.
For mixed paints go to Roberts
Drug Store. . 51 tf
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at C. Schlegel's, opposite
Among all your good resolutions
for the current year do not neglect to
make this one: "That as for you and
your family you will not use any other
than Breinner's crackers," and our
word for it, you will feel at the close
of 1882 as sweet and delicious as buck
wheat cakes bathed in maple syrup. 4
Money to Loan.
J. S. Mathewe has money to loan t
nine per cent interest, on Real Estay
secu. ity at three or five years. Apply
at his office on Main St., Platts
mouth, Neb. 26tf.
Take care of your Liver. A large
numbei of the diseases to which man
kind are liable arise from a disordered
condition of this organ. Keep it in a
sound and healthy condition and you
can defy disease. Prickly Ash Bitters
;.re especially adapted for this pur
pose, being composed of drugs which
act on the liver, giving it tone and
strength to withstand malaria, 42t4
A Beneficent Action.
The worn look and miserable feel
ings of those closely confined in mills
or at desks er work-tables, are caused
by weak Stomach, Kidneys or Bowel?,
and show the necessity for some mild
tonic to build them up. No one need
suffer thus who will use Parker's Gin
fei Tonic; for without intoxicating it
has such a beneficent action on these
sluggish organs and so cleanses the
poisonous" matters from the system,
that rosy cheeks and good health and
spirits are soon brought back again.
Express. See ady.
.Notice to Teachers.
Examination of persons wishing to
teach in Cass 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. CRus Alton,
clotsot'Seaion. Mend for condition
NEW 8Y8TKM, th HMt Adrutaeeons
offered to both Merchant and Cucwuxner.
LAXDItETirS GARDEN SEEDS
grown on their own Farms, OYEXt 1.SOO
AC It IS dToted to this pnrpoMi, nro th
bTAXDAKD FOB QUALITY. A- W1IOX.K.
S TBADB PRICK ULSTS for Seed. In l.olk
mailed to merchant on anuli nation.
Much serious sickness and suffering
might be prevented by promptly cor
recting those slight derangements
that, otherwise often develop into set
tled disease. When a cold or other
cause checks the operation of the se
cretive organs, their natural healthy
action should be restored, and inflam
matory material removed from the
system. Ayers Pills accomplish this
quickly, safely and surely.
Baker & At wood sell Biemnei
Mrs. A. Knee will be glad to receive
orders for hair work of all kinds.
Combings made up. roots all one way,
without extra charge. SOtf
81500 per year can be easily .made a
home working for E. G. Hideout A Co
10 Barclay Street, New York. Send
for their catalogue an 1 full particu
lars. 8 1-ly.
Hall's Vegetable Siclllian Hair He
newer is a universal favorito for re
storing gray hair to its original color,
and making hair grow out thick.
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
HereafWrl will have carriages at
all regular trains stepping at this de
pot. Any person desiring a carriage
to take nassenuera to. or from saiil
trains will leave word at my Livery
i Barn in Plattsmouth and they will be
accommodated, at reasonable rates,
tttf Ciias. M. Holmes.
Money to Loan.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Inqaire of D. D. MartindaPj,
Louisville, Neb. I3tf
- Save your teeth by using Dr. Clut
ter's Glycerene Tooth Tablets. Beaati
fyl Cleanse! Preserve! tf
Will S. Wise.
OSC i week in vour fu n inn
fy "outfit free Address. II. Hallett Si Co
To all whom this may concern :
.T.".at tt,ie undrsigned building committee
will let by contract to the loweet balder (scaled
proposals) who i responeiule, uvX will tive
ample security, enclosed with proposals for the
laitnful performance according to his bid. the
building of a school liou.e In District No. 27 ou
the site now leased by said distiict. on the
North Last corner of section thh ty-one (31).
township twelve (12, ranee thirteen (is), in
Plattsmouth Precinct, in Cms County, State of
Nebraska. Said plans and peclflcations are
now open for Inspectlun at the heuse of C. L.
Bates, in Pluttsinoiuh Precinct, and will he left
at the County Clerk'a emje from the 20th of
January, 1882. to February lt. 1M2. In the City
of Plattsmouth, for th Inspectlun of anyone
who may denire to see them, bald bid wtll b e
opened by the said committee at the house ot
C L. BHteK, on the loth day of February next
at 2 o'clock p. m. Hald committee reserv the
right to refuse any and all bids, or to award to
the party wbo in their Judgment is best enti
tled to receive the same.
iAT!- ',ARKr-B. I. S. Draper,
3 H.Kiheh, v. L. Baths,
J. P. Hjr, ;ko. a. lU sv.
Dated, riattsmouth, Jan. 9, lgnz. 43t3
To all whom It may concern :
The sectien line road petitioned for by Perry
W alkr. et d. aud described as follows : Com
incnciDu at south eaut corner of section 17
tp )t range 12, running thence north to north
east corner of sec. 5 township 11 ranjre 12 , and
terminating at said point, will be declared aa
open road and all objeftions thereto or claims
fr damages, must be filed in the County Clerk's
ofllce, on or before noon on the 1st day of March
A. D. 1M2, or such road will be opened without
reference thereto. J. i. Terr.
U : joa n ty Clerk.
In the matter of -the estate of Elizabeth Pul
ver deceased. Iu the County Court of Cas
I" pan reading and filing the duly verified pe
tition of W. U. Gibbon, praying that adminis
tration of the estate of Elizabeth Pulver deceas
ed, be granted to some suitable persen, ordered
that notice of the pendency of said cause be
published In the Nkhhaska Hkrald, a week
ly newp;ij.er, printed, published, and iu gen
eral circulation iu said CouDty, for three con
tecutive weeks, and that the heuriuit of said
cause be set for the l&th day of January, A. l.
iKttt. at 1 o'clock p m., at the ofllce of the
County Judze at Platt.mouth. at which time
and place all pen-on iuteree td may ppear aud
show caue, if any they have, why admlniMtra
tion of said entate should not be granted ac
cording to the prayer ot said petition.
A. N. Svlvi van. County Judre,
Plattsmouth, Dec. 28, 18S1. 41t3
Notice of Dissolution of Part
nership. Notice is hereby given that the Ann of Pat-te-on
A Dickrou Livery.business, Is hereby dis
solved by mutual coueeit. A. Patteroon re
maining at the old place, where nil the books
and account of t lie firm will be found, and a
r peedv settlement Is desired with all parie
Laving bu.sii) with the firm. Dickm' re
moves to a barn on the alley between 2d and
3d street.. Please call and settle at the cornet
of Pearl and 6th sts.
FuAVTsvovnf, 04 in?, ril. '
unesx in tutj city.
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