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;.wd- inr lii li-:il notice they hand in,
fii a.i demanding, & proof of publica
tion ut .in uitii. o will be itild for the publica
tion lt- of sliirU notice.
COM M U NIC AYTO.V9.
iiiti! Is limited, all 'communications
:nui be brief and to the point, witU no wast
T.c :iMrt iepo:isib!e for the correctness
.-. .ir.:;u- t copy of paid matter and paid L
. M:y jt-in:i who takes tl paper rezularl)
urom tiif pus -office, whether directed to bin
nane..ur v. n-iher tie Is a subscriber or Dot la
rctjnmH:i.f for the pay.
S. II any erion ordeis his paper discontin
ued, he i wt p:i7 all arrearages, or the publish
er n.av continue to .send It until payment la
m'ade." and collect tho whole amount, whether
Ate p&per Is t-iien from the office or not.
.1. 1 he court bare decided that refusing to
take newspapers and periodicals from the poet
ofllce, or removing and leaving them uncalled
tor. Is prima facie evidence of IMTKXTIOXAX
January 2:)d, 1SS2.
All should attend as it will be the
T. A. M. Club Dance to-morrow
The !; man worketh not when
the sun s'niueih.
If you want a good cigar call on
Smith & Black Bros.
Our merchants are nearly all busy
Several members united with the
M. "K. Church, Sunday.
The Fot'bes Dramatic Combina
tion takes the lead yet.
Parker, the Lincoln grave stone
man in town last week.
"What do you think of Weckbach's
Xiew sign? Its immense.
- Buy the Chicago Hat of Ed. Wes
cott, the best in the market.
The Hook and Ladder Trucks fly
anew lantern now-a-days.
The Pay Car came in Monday and
made the whole town happy.
-Our City Dads failed to have a
meeting la.st Monday evening.
The cold weather of the past few
days insures an ice crop, we guess.
Johnny Buttery is working for
,lhe B. & M. now, at the Junction.
M. B. Murphy is filling his store
'up with feed, butter, eggs, chickens. &.C.
. Mr. James Itobertson, of Louis
ville was in town the latter part of
The Commissioner's adjourned
yesterday until their regular Febru
Joe Roberts is going to move into
one of of Dr. Black's new rooms in
It is rumored that several store
U' roms will le built on ine street the
: . a understand that Miss Maggie
Sampson is able to be out again after
a long sickness.
The Chicago Hat is the best selling
Lat out, C. E. Wescott is sole agent
- "When in need of a hat call on Ed
escott and get a good one, call for
he Chicago Hat.
Mr. and Mis. Showalter moved
into their house and commenced
housekeeping lasl week.
What do you think of the print of
the inside this week? Our new rollers
did it init derleedle "suction."
i C. E. "Ve3Cott is closing out his
stock of winter gloves and mittens
cheap. Call in and examine them. 1
A. JL Hammond, of York, former
ly of this county, was in the city last
Friday, looking after some stray lots.
Col. George "Woodford passed
through Plattsmouth, Friday, enroute
to the I. O. G. T. Grand Lodge at Has
We call attention to the days of
public examination of teachers, as an
nounced by our new Superintendent,
I-Three masque balls are spoken of
for the near future, by the Odd Fel
lows, Young Ladies Guild and the
"i We were not able to get the rest
of the Commissioner's proceedings
this week, us they are still working ou
jthe Treasurer's books.
We broke in our new heading
.script on come note heads for Fred
Herrmann, last week. Take a look at
them, and give us an order.
Dr. Jno. Black shipped fifty head
of cattle to Chicago on Saturday. They
-'were sleek, fat and as nice a lot of cat
1 Xle as often leaves this market.
The Telephone lines are being pnt
"5n as rapidly as possible now, all those
'wishing a telephone should leaye word
with E. B. Lewis immediately.
There will probably be eight brick
i 7&rus started nere in me spring, aua
as many or more brick blocks will be
J started as soon as brick is ready.
1 Mr. II. L. E. Lincoln, hands out
v. his card as a Xotary Public and Collec
i tion Agent. Give the young man a
cnance, n you uao u.'s
line. Office with J. E. Morrison.
The new Desk in the "Perkins
House" is quite an ornament to the
general room and is freely patronized,
-we see, by the guests of the place in
snaking up their correspondence.
At last the ice men are happy;
Threat wagon loads of the congealed
aqua pura. are being deposited in the
-various ice houses, in splendid slabs
;from a foot to eighteen inches thick.
At the meeting of the Bee Keep
er's Association' which took place at
Ashland last week, the following
officers were elected: T. L. VanDo
Omaha, President: S. L. Thomas,
" 1 lattsmouui, v ice rienueui,
r Hawley, Lincoln. Secretary;
Col well, Rellevue, Treasurer. "We
. shall endeavor to give a fuller report
f the meeting next week.
The Herald should have said
last week, that the body of Young
Rockwell was taken to Louisville on
Tuesday instead of Friday.
e hear of several cases of desti
tution in town, but in the hearing of
them", is a)s" included the mini3tra
lions or tlii.se able to help them, and
we trust in ovr prosperous town none
will suffer for lack of help.
An alarm of fire yesterdays about
3 a. m. startled those who were wide
awake enough to hear it. It turned
out to be in the small building at the
rear oi Hatt's butcher shop, and was
luckily squelched in its incipiency.
P. B. Murphy will open up a Grst-
elass City Restaurant, in the Rasj
sheck building as soon as completed
have bill of fares and making it first-
class in every respect. It is something
that has long been needed and a city
of 6,000 inhabitants should have.
The printers of Falls City, are to
have a banquet on Franklin's birth
day, (Jan. 20th) Had forgot when
old lien was born, declare. Wish you
good time boys, remember Benjamin's
words of wisdom: "Early to bed and
early to rise." A printer that- yrac
tices it would be good for sore eyes.
- The suggestion ma'de in the Journ
al. but advocated before by many bus
iness men of our city, that our County
bonds miaht be refunded at lower
rates of interest, is a sensible one and
should receive the attention of the
Commissioners and bankers of the
town at once.
The new Telephone outfit will be
called the "Plattsmouth Telephone Ex
change." The president is J. J. Dick
ey, and L. II. Corty, is secretary, and
treasurer. E. 3$. Lewis is general
manager. Fifty "instruments are cr
dered from Boston, the poles are up
and before the week is out the whole
thing will be in running order.
The Journal makes rather a good
point on his brother "anti-monop"
when he calls attention to the Enter
prise's laudation of Henry Wilscn in
Iowa, a notorious Railroad Attorney,
The Enterprise is like Randall on Free
Trade, "Anti-Mouop" per se; but for a
Monopoly candidate all the time, when
ever there's a chance.
The B. M. R. R. Company bore all
the expenses of medical attendance,
eoflin and transportation in the Rock
well case although the man was in
no wise connected with the road and
was disobeying the clearest and most
positive rule of the road in getting off
the train while the cars are in motion.
Charley Brack and Mrs. Charles
Black are the happy father and moth
er or a son. so the herald is inform
ed. Charles, we didn't think that of
you, but then if such things will hap
pen, we extend a fist of sympathy and
wish the youngster long life, happiness
and the same good luck, in turn, him
self. "OU what a nice band 'The Forbes
Dramatic Combination' have," says one
ot our prominent citizens; "Yes, fine
band" was the answer. "It is the
Plattsmouth Silver Helicon Band."
"Is that so" said the citizen, "I didn't
know they could play so well."
The above conversation was actual
ly overheard and shows how little
good home talent is appreciated.
Tha Odd Fellows held a public In
stallation on Thursdty evening last.
A pleasant evening's entertainment, we
understand. The following officers
were duly installed :
J. II. lleffner X. (!.
8. Mayer V. G.
P. I'. Gass Sec'ty.
J. M. Schnellbacher Treas.
Jos. Fetzer Warden.
Jas. Mc Williams Conductor.
W. B. Brown Irfside Guard.
Jno. "Way man Outside Guard.
"We have received a copy of a
work entitled ' Every "Woman her own
Piano Tuner," published by II. T. Mar
tin, Beaver Falls, Pa. which professes
to give information and directions
which will enable any person owning
a piano to tune it. It claims there is
no reason why a piano cannot be tun
ed as easily as a violin er guitar.
There is also a chapter on the care of
the piano affording some useful hints.
Price 50 cents.
Over the briny deep journeyed
two Frauleins from the Faderland,
and to the center of the new world
the iron horse brought them, even to
the banks of the great Missouri and
the city of Plattsmouth. where the
arrival of one of them was anxiously
awaited by her betrothed, who had six
months before preceded her to find a
home in the New World. Last Fri
day that journey came to au end and
Sunday Mr. Joseph Goetz, and Miss
Marie Markreiter wre united in mar
riage in the Catholic church ia this
city, and the wide ocean and the wider
continent shall no longer have power
to separate them. There are many
little romances enacting around us
that we often know nothing of; not
all of them so pleasant as this one.
. Preserved Quinces and Damsons
at Bennett & Lewis'. 1
Soldier Pickens has a son, so says
the daily gossip. . A young regular
we suppose, ready to do Picket duty
at the breastworks, to take his turn
at relief duty, to stand puard o' nights
and keep everybody awake and alert
for the enemy, such as colic, croup
and diptheria. As an Infantry corps,
his daddy must inspect him with
pleasure, on dress rarade. Madame
Pickens must have all his accout
rements shining and in order Sundaj
morning, stiff with brick-dust and
pipe-clay, and when be announces
reveille in the morning, corporal of
the guard Xo. 1 and corpoialess of the
ditto. Xo. 2, must turn out and answer
roll-call immejently, or the officer of
the day, which is the Doctor, will be
summouedbyrepeated bugle blastsfrom
the infrantry squad, and the comman
der of the Post, (Pickens) and the
Quartermaster (Mrs. P.) will be put to
The "Articles of War" do not pro
vide for these emergencies and there
fore the Herald is obliged to pre
scribe et al for itself and others.
C. Schluhfz, of fedar Creek milling
fame, was in town Tuesday.
M. A. Hartigan was in Lincoln, the
first of the week, attending Court.
Mr. Joseph Robinton, of AVeeping
Water, was in town the first of the
week. ' .
Mrs. IiaC. Searls, of LaPoi te Ind.,
is visiting her daughter Mrs. E. B.
J. E. Morrison is attending I. O.
G. T. Grand Lodge at Hastings, this
Judge Xewberry, formerly of Louis
ville has moved to Plattsmouth, and
will soon open a law office here.
Hon. G. C. Apgar, an old Xew Jersey
friend, and a Mr. Cummins from Illi
nois, spent Sunday with the the Her
ald. Mr. and Mrs. John Hinkley, of Ash
land, were in town the first of the
week, the guests of Miss Emma Her
old. Dick Cushing was reported as hay
ing the small-pox, at Lincoln. Billy
C. of our town says its a lie, it don't
run in the family.
Win. Agnew.'of railroad fame called
in Monday, accompanied by Alex Lav-?
rty, a son of the JuJge. Mr. Laverty
is from Lincoln now, formerly of
broke his arm last
lace set it all O. K
as if he had been
near Factory vilie,
week. Dr. Wal
and he only feels
vaccinated a little
Dr. A. Reot of Eight Mile Grove is
very sick, we are sorry to learn. He
has a large number of patients in that
neighborhood who are anxiously await
ing his recovery.
Charles Brown, an old resident of
PlatttFinouth and now of Colorado
was in town the first of the week en
route for Arizona,where he has a large
"Walter Cutforth dropped in Monday.
Mr. C. is gaining in business every day
in Louisville, and believes that their
town is the "future grand" of Xebras
ka. Go it while you're young.
"Will Sampson returned from his sur
veying trip in Colorado, Saturday. He
will leave again in a few days with
Charley Brown, for Arizona, where
they have a big contract. The Her
ald wishes you success, "Will.
We are informed that Mr. Thatcher,
formerly of Plattsmouth, who went
sometime since to Florida, in an en
deavor to stay the ravages of consump
tion, died there but a short time after
Jno. II. Davis living near "W. "W.and
running one of the prominent cheese
Factories in the County, called Tues
day. A farmer's Institute is to be
held at "Weeping "Water in February,
he says, of which due notice will be
given in the Herald.
Mr. George II. Green, representing
the Celebrated Chicago Hat Factory,
was in town Tuesday. Mr. Green is a
good Salesman and as he takes orders
for one of the best hats made, he man
ages to get the lion's share in all the
towns wbete he stops. He sold a big
biU to Wescott.
Albert C. Snedeker has rented the
Kendall farm near Union, and his
brother will take charge of the same
next month. Mr. S. thus becomes one
of the bonaJIdeSe tiers of Cass Coun
ty, and is ne of the most accept
able teachers we have in the County,
beside, the Herald is glad to learn.
Willett Pottenger, who by an almost
universal vote, was elected Justice of
the Peace last fall has assumed the
duties of the cilice and may be found
ready for business any day in the
week. The Herald has a kindly
side to turn towards Pottenger always,
and. we hope he may have and may
merit all the business he can do.
Jacob Horn and Philip Horn, two
of Cass. County's most substantial
farmers, gave the Herald a pleasant
ittle chat the other day. They belong
to the hardy, industrious Germau farm
er class who have done so much to
make this county the land of plenty
and the home of thrift and honest la
bor". . "We are pleased to meet such
men always and at all times and to
know that they are friendly, to the
Horace li. Dick, Esq.. associate ed
itor of the Delaware Co. Republican,
Chester, Pa., was cured by St. Jacobs
Oil of very severe injuries resulting
from a fall. His arm appeared to be
paralyzed, but the Oil cured him.
-The "Clifford Troupe' which ap
peared on the boards at the hall in
this place on Monday and Tuesday
evenings, was one of the few coming
this way, that deserve more than a
passing notice. Their original engag
ment was tor Omaha, but on arriving
there they learned that "Ilaverly" was
to play this week. Omaha, itself, not
being large enough to properly sup
port two such troupes tha same week
Mr. Clifford came down here for a
couple of nights.
The "Banker's Daughter" was pre
sented on Monday evening, and ren
dered in a manner that could not but
give satisfaction to the public. Aid
ed by proper scenery and appliances
which we have not, it might have been
described as first-class. Tuesday night
we had the "Sewing Machine Girl" an
other very dramatic piece, well played.
A fair house both nights attended.
"We should gladly welcome this troupe
Between the 4th and 5th acts on
Monday evening a little episode occur
red, not down in the bills. We judge
the participants are all sorry enough
now, and we know the people were
greatly annoyed thereat; therefore the
Herald shall say as little as possible
about the matter. Only adding that
it never should occur again.
Choice Confectionery at Simpson.-.
Don't fail to examine tl e Xtw
Key Action in Mason & Hari'.in Or
gans, wonderful inprovement.
James Pettee, Gen. Agent.
Xew York Apple Butter at Ben
nett & Lewis'. 1
The Plattsmouth Board ef Trade
heldja very important and interesting
meetiBg on Tuesday evening. 'X par
tial report of the committee on Trade
and Manufactories was made by Mr.
Pepperberg and a very able report it
was. too showing wonderful improve
ment and increase of business. The
Hebald has not space for the report
in full. The report of the Directors
showed a great advancement in the
importance and influence of this body.
Everything showed a healthy, pro
gressive state of affairs, and that the
Board, as a body, has been no idle
It has and it will accomplish much
for this town and county. While t.he
turn-out is not as universal aa it should
be, the Herald feels and knows it is
and will be composed of the best men,
the most active men, the liberal, square
business men of the town, and they in
their corporate capacity as represent
ing the true interests and the real bu
siness element of this city, recommend
improvements aDd outlays which all
the citizens in time must and should
endorse. There should be a fuller turn
out, there should be more interest in
its meetings; but yet we have done
wonders. Then and there can be pre
sented and discussed, many matters f
importance to tho city, suggestions,
ideas, arguments, plans, approxima
tions, can be made. Iu a free and in
formal manner all the various inter
ests of the city and county can be
brought out, and after this the sober
second thought of the quiet citizen and
money owner can be heard and digest
ed calmly and coolly. Then the recom
mendations of this body can be bought
before the Council and legally, legiti
mately acted upon. In this way great
good can be accomplished. Of course,
at first, a good deal of gas will be ex
pended, but finally the sober second
thought of the Mayor and Council, and
the business men, will be drawn to the
objects and developments discussed,
and a permanent, feasible and reason
able plan evloved from the mass of
suggestions, motions and arguments
educed before the Board of Trade
which can be acted upon sensibly and
locicallv after a time. We feel encour
aged as to the action of this board, and
trust that it will not all eud in wind.
as too many of the projects advanced
for the improvement of Plattsmouth
This paper does not belong to the
flatterers, the slobbeiers. for a little
piinting or a little pecuniary benefit
We were slow to enter this body ; now
we see its workings we propose to give
you all the eacouragement we can,
taking the liberty to criticise fully.
freely, your actions, as a citizen, a bu
siness man. a property holder ourself.
Thus far we approve; when we do not
we shall freely express the same, let it
hit whom it may.
A report on City improvements was
made, verbally, concerning water
works. a wagon bridge across the
Platta, and a culvert for the creek on
Washington Avenue. This matttr is
of great importance, and the commit
tee should attend to the details at once
Lighting the streets and the neces
sity of a maiket square were also dis
cussed, and some outlines for future
use suggested that may be practicable.
The question of a hand or steam en
gine was a'.so discussed informally.
-Don't forget Catharine Rogers the
Found some "news" in the Herald,
did you? Glad of it. We're not tired
vet. either, but seeing you have acted
so decent about the matter, Mr. Bush
nell, and believing that there are some
better influences surrounding you than
usual, we cease our hunt for news in
We firmly expected a half column,
atleast. of slush (personal abuse) in an
swer to our remarks about the con
duct of the County Fair. Such has
been the custom of the assistant re
publican or temperance papers estab
lished here from time out of mind, we
were looking for it, and preparing to
disinfect our house and family when
And now, young man, as you seem
to have turned over a new leaf, par
tially, and have really tried to repair
your negligence in the Fair matter
honestly and earnestly in the past few
weeks, allow us to ask a favor of you.
Turn to your editorial of Dec. 24th, on
the Finch-Sherman affair, and read it
over carefully, now. when your tempt
e absent, anu t.-e if you don't
Cm;., it was entirely beneath you, be
neath the effort of any young man of
average ability, desiring to become an
honorable journalist. Read it in the
light of the fact that the Herald had
not dragged you nor your paper into
that affair at all, and there was no ex
cuse to retoit on Mr. MacMurphy, im
agining his motives for -writing this
or any article. You do not even know
that Mr. MacMurphy wrote the arti
cle you attempted to answer. Read it
over now, alone by yourself,-and just
see what you really think of it, were
it an editorial in some other paper.
He did net Mince Matters.
A representative of the Lynn (Mass.)
Item in a late ramble in that city, gath
cm!, among other scraps of interest
and information, the following: The
first 'place visited by the reporter was
the fruit store of Mr. J, Levett, Xo.
67 Market street, in response to a tu
mor that the proprietor had been cur
ed of the rheumatism by the great
remedy. Mr. Levett not being in, -the
reporter had a talk with his son. Mr.
Levett stated that his father had been
cured of an exceedingly bad attack of
rheumatism by the St. Jacobs Oil. He
had the disease in his right arm and
shoulder, which became perfectly
helpless after being affected . a few
hours. His pain was so great that ho
could not rest in comfort or attend to
business with any degree of satisfac
tion. After enduring this sort of
thit;g for some time, he purchased a
l'tlle of the Great German Remedy
:md i gin to apply it. He did not
i i e matters at all, but just used the
o.lfor all it was worth. After pursuing
this mode of treatment for three days
the pain was banished and bis father
was in a perfectly healthy condition.
He has never since felt any rheumatic
Estimate of Expenses For Cass Conn
tr for 1SS2. ;
Court Expenses . . . . . . . . ... .$ 450a 00
Per Diem Co. Commissioners 800 00
Sal Superintend't of Schools. 1000 00
Assessing County and census
Tax List.... 700
Book, Blanks and advertis'g 1500
Fuel for Court and Jail . . . . . f00
Jail expenses, including Jail
ors Fees 2000 00
Outstanding .warrants and
Floating indebtedness... 7000 00
Bridges.......... ...... 14000 00
B. & M. R. R. Bonds, Interest
and Principal , 20000 00
Insane 900 00
Toorllouse Expenses, includ
ing Physician's salary. . . 2000 00
Roads, Land Road 12000 00
Clerks salary and extra work
on assessments 600 00
Total. 70900 00
We hereby make the above estimate
for the expenses of County, for the
year 1882, this January 16tb, 1882, and
publish the same according to law.
Coin i s
Underwear at reduced rates at Ed.
Xotice is hereby given to all persons
interested in the common schools of
Cass Co. ; That I will be in my office
at Plattsmouth the first Friday and
Saturday of each month. All commu
nications to the Supt. should be ad
dressed to Plattsmouth or Elrawood.
I' will hold examinations of teachers
at Plattsmouth, the first Friday and
Saturday, of February, May, August
and November, and special examina
tions at such other times and places
as circumstances may determine.
44t5 Sup't. of Schools.
The finest line of canned goods In
town at Bennett & Lewis'. 1
Private Sale of Farm Stock.
I offer at priyate sale for the next
30 days: 60 head of steers, 3 years old
in the spring; 4 good bulls, 4 milch
cows and 40 head of thoroughbred Po
land China sows, mated to thorough
bred boars. Terms: 0 months time on
interest bearing note9, with approved
security. TmeTiiY Clark,
44t4 Weeping Water, Xeb.
Bennett & Lewis keep the best
Teas in the City. Try them and be
The following is the dates set for
tho holding of the District Court in
the various counties in the Second
judicial district for the year 1888 by
Cass County May' 8th and Xovera
Lancaster County February 27th,
May 22nd and October 10th.
Xemaha County March 28th and
Of oe County April 11th, September
17th and December 5th.
; Sheet Music at Simpson's. 44t2 ,
U. A. R.
Caution: Since my G. A - R. 5c ci
gars have met with such great suc
cess, several parties are trying to palm
off upon the public imitations,of"infer
ior quality," bearing similar names.
In order to protect the cigar consum
ers and myself, I wish to etate that
every box of genuine G. A R. Havana
cigars bears on the innide label my
name and address,
Fresli vaccine virus, htifer ex
tract, and warranted pure, just receiv
ed at Dr. O. II. Dogge's. 44t2
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Davis desire to
acknowledge to their friends their ap
preciation ofrf,he many testimonials of
friendship left them at the recent cel
ebration of their fiftieth anniversary.
They will ever feel happy in the recol
lection of the good will shown and
hope to maintain the same pleasant
relationship for the remainder of their
journey through lite.
Stationery, Envelopes, Pens, Sec
J. D. Simpson's opp. Perkins House. 2
A fine line of Tobaccos, Cigars and
Cigarettes at Simpson's. 44 12
COCHRAN HOLMES. At the residence of
Archey Holmes, of Kock Bluffs, by the Kev.
Geo. K. Murray. John Cochran to Mahy
Holmes, on December 29th, mi.
A good deed for the last of the year. Tha
Hkrald wishes them good luck and a pleasant
Go to J. D. Simpson's for your
Oysters and Celery. 44 12
CARTWRIGHT. At F attsmoutli, Neb., Sat
urday, January 14th, 1882. Kllkn, wife of
Richard Cartwright, aged thirty-8iht years.
The funeral took place from the Episcopal
Church, Sunday afternoon, the Odd Fellows
order accompanying the remains to the grave.
Teeth filled, pulled and cleaned in
a most skillful manner by Dr. Salis
bury. Give him a call. 35tf
Egbert Fox brought three fine pork
ers to market last Tuesday, and receiv
ed the cash for them, $6:1.55. The
three balanced the scales at 1,020
pounds, an average 320 pounds each.
If any one in this state. has three bet
ter hogs than these we would like to
see them trotted out. David City Re
Poohl what do you know about
hogs. Harmon Bestor of this county
brought in two hogs last Friday that
weighed 1,100 pounds and 30 head that
averaged 400 pounds apiece. We raise
hogs here, not shoats .
White's Sowing Machines at Simp
SStf . Will & Wise.
ftfia week In your on town. Terms and i
UOoutfltfree Address, H, Ha lljett & Co
I'ortland. Maine. 49) y
C. Schlegel has a "fine line of
Meerschaum and French Briar Pipes
Give him a call when you want to in
vest in one. 43t2
Fresh bread, cakes and pies, everv
day, at the Union Bakery, corner Main
and Third. lOtf
"Indian Department,M Washington.
I am anxious to introduce Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup among my Indians, hav-
ng used it myself for several months.
and think it one of the finest remedies
ever found. I assure you. it is the
only thing that ever relieved me of a
protracted cough, brsugbt on by ex
posure while on the Sioux Commission
ast year. A. G. Boone.
Agent for Poncas and U. S. Commis
Mrs. Kerr, who resides on Sixth st
while, coming down the street Tuesday
morning fell and by some means dis
located her wrist and broke her aim
the right one we believe. We under
stand she was doing an errand for her
husband who had been taken sick the
day before, and both are now lying
sick and suffering. Doubtless kind
neighbors will be found to help them
In their helplessness, and affliction
Dr. Schiklknecht reduced the frac
A few weeks ago, Mrs. E. Hutch
inson of Ashland formerly of this city,
and her son Edward went to Florida
for the health of the latter; who dur
ing his attendance at the State Univer
sity contracted a severe cold which had
settled upon his lungs, and threatened
consumption. We are sorry to learn
that the trip was taken too late for
the benefit desired, death claiming his
victim but a week after this arrival
there. Mrs. Hutchinson returned yes
terday with the body. Mrs. Hutch
inson is a daughter of Mrs. Parmele of
this place, and sister of Mrs. C. II.
Parmele. Mrs. Robir.e, Mrs. Pottenger
ana -his. uooerts. ine young man
was a very bright scholar and the
bright promise of future excellence be
fore him makes his demise the sadder
Messrs Maitland and Wood left for
Wrtping Water Monday to write up
that sectivn of the country. If "that
history" and the other stories the
boys have got into it, isn't a success it
will not be because these young men
have not worked honestly and faith
fully as gatherers of the facts and in
cidents of early and late days, in Xe
braska. We tan bear witness to this;
for young Mr. Wood has worn out two
files of the Xebraska Herald and is
starting in on the third, as one source
of information ; and by the way that
reminds us again although its no use
to urge that readers file and pre
serve and get bound files of the Her
ald. It is almost a complete history
of the county and the state in part.
In after years it makes the most in
teresting reading, besides furnishing
facts and dates for use that are of
great value, as in the present instance.
The record of events, written while
they are passing, lives in this way for
future use and serves to recall the
pleasantest memories of the past oft
Xot having time to run after those
owing me, I nave placed a lot
of bills in the hands of Judge A. X.
Sullivan, who is authorized to collect
and receipt for same. Parties in
debted will govern themselves accor
4.;t2 R. R. Livingston.
All persons indebted to us will
please call and settle as we must get
our business settled by I ebruary 1st.
42t3 Baker & Atwood.
Farm for Sale.
A well improved farm of 400 acres
for sale, eight miles south of Platts
mouth, 200 acres under cultivation!
For further particulars, apply to
. George W. Siirader,
P. O. Plattsmouth, Neb.. 4:U4
Will S. Wise.
The best Sewing Machine the
"White." 43tf Potter & Webster.
g'ts for Cass Co. AVeeping Water.
The Goos llonsc.
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. 4:?t3
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. 35tf
Having decided to divide our stock
about Feburary 1st and run the Dry
uoous and Grocery business separately.
vv e will sell all goods at greatly reduc
ed prices for cash only, to reduce stock
42t3 Baker & Atwood.
Crites and Ramsey, attorneys and
Notary Public, second door east of
Court House. Plattsmouth, Neb. 5t6m
J. V. Weckbach sells Bremner's
crackers. . 42t4
The weighing of the "Horse Shoe
has been 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
soon. Great Red Store. 4.;t2
Fifty more of those $5.00 suits
eft. the cheapest in the market at C.
G. Herold's. 43t2
The Miison & Ilaiulin Organs
now employ an improved key action,
(patented IksO), which materially en
hances their value securing the great
est elasticity and most instantaneous
response, and requiring only one half
the muscular force to press down the
keys. It is thus very delightful and
effective in use, and saves much
fatigue to the player.
On an organ having the key action
some of the commonest and most se
rious faults in playing are almost im
33tf ' WillS. Wise.
The system of employing useless
stops to make an organ appear to have
large capacity is latterly so prevalent
that attention is especially called to
this point, that none of these useless
stops are used in the Mason & Hamlin
organs. James Pettee, Agent,
43t4 Plattsmouth. Neb.
For the .best staple and
groceries in Plattsmouth go to
Fresh Oysters every day at F. S.
White's, direct from the oyster beds.
Don't disreinember it. 40t4
Go to C. Schlegel's for your meer
schaum pipes where you will find the
finest in the city. - - 43t2
The firmof-WArd Bros. .Louisville,
Xeb., is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Al! persons knowing them
selves indebted to the firm will please
call and settle at once, at the old stand.
43t5 J. M. Ward
for Ward Bros.
J. G. CHAMBERS$SON,
Successor to J. (1. Cliamlx-rs.l
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips,
Blankets, I,ai Kobes, &c., &c.
REPAIRING PROMTPLY ATTENDED TO.
We not only use
But sell as CHEAP as 'he CHEAPEST. Remember the tlaeo Opp. tho P.O.
The ALEXANDER PATENT Gato
For Sale by FIIEI). G ORDER, Plattsmoutli, Nebraska,
Who has the Right for Cass and Otoe Counties.
BEST -A-IbTID CHEAPEST
Farmer's Gate Hinge ever made. Call and examine them at once at
FRED. GORDR'S Office.
J3f"Agents wanted in this County and Otoe. 40m2
DI IVr-. "T T T T" VT ALI SEKTM la impel- left orrr at
- - m m m s.i'.ijs - t
DAVID LANDRETH & SONS, Seed Growers,
F. F. Guthman & Bro. sell Rrem
ner's crackers. 4214
Have you Catarrh? "Dr. Sykes'
Sure Cure" is an unfailing remedy.
Have you heard of it? 42tl
Anyone in need of a good set of
teeth should call on Dr. Salisbuiv at
once, and he will make you a set that
will please you ever after. 3otf
--You had better cut out this ad
dress "Dr. C, R. Sykes, 1U! Madison
St., Chicago," for you may need his
"Sure Cure for Catarrh." 42t4
Death to rats, mice, roaches and
ants; Parson's Exterminator.
Barns, granaries and households clean
ed in a single night. JN fear of bad
smells. Dest and cheapest vermin
killer in the world. Sold everywhere. 4
A pure, wholesome distillation of
witch-hazel, American pine. Canada
fir, marigold, clover blossoms, etc..
fragrant with the healing essences of
balsam and of pine. Such isSanford's
Radical Gure for Catarrh. Complete
treatment for SI. 42t4
Wm. Herold sells Bremner's crack
Xo remedy has been found for Fe
ver ar.d Ague which proves so uni-
successful as Ayer's Ague
Health, the poor man's riches, and
the rich man's bliss, is maintained by
the judicious use of Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla which strengthens and invigor
ates the system by purifying the blood.
It is so highly concentrated that it is
the most economical medicine for this
purpose that can be used.
An article so favorably known as
Hall's Hair Renewer needs no words
of praise from us. It has won its
way to the highest favor in the public
mind, and multitudes have vainly us
ed other preparations having on trying
this, been made glad by the speedy
restoration of abundant locks as in
the days of youth.
Good Pianes and Organs at Sim
"Hackmetack" a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and oOcts.
Sold by Smith fc Black Bros. 42eow
Shiloh's Cure will immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and
Bronchitis. Sold by Smith & Black
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
lOcts, oOcts, and $1.00. Sold bv Smith
& Black Bros.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, and
Canker Mouth. Sold by Smith &
Black Bros. 42ow
A Nasal Injection free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
Price 50cts. Sold by Smith & Black
The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of
Bourbon, Ind., says: "My wife and I
owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption
Cure. Sold by Smith & Black Bros.
Are you made miserable by indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss
of Appetite Yellow Skin, Shiloh'n Vi
talizer is a positive cure. Sold by
Smith & Black Bros. 42eow
For Dyspepsia and Liver Com
plaint, you have a printed guarantee
on every bottle of Shiloh's Yitalizerh
It never fails to cure. Sold by Smith
& Black Bros. 42eow
& Lewis sell
TIIC li. A. 1C. CIGAIl
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.
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
Cigar Clippings, 35 cts. per
lb., at C. Schlegel's, opposite
for the eurrent year do not
neglect to I
make this one: " That as for you and
your family you will not use any other
than Bremners 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
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
are especially adapted' for this pur
pose, being composed of drugs which
act on the liver, giving it tone and
strength to withstand malaria. 42t4
full? .crrbed wnh ffirrfifi- trot.
of tin.' 1 rof. liirris ltlustratt-4
r-tmp.;4 ,ent frt. oa apiraLt.n.
HARIUa REMEDY CO.,
lufl IbeaUU, hi a Xark.t M..,
t. Lovla, M
' olTered to botli 5Ierchaut and Coimmuer,
YXDKISTirS OAliDKN SKEDS
grown on their own Farm, OVER 1,300
kACRKS ilovotod to this rmrpciMt. are tho
tTA!VI.KI VOll QUALITY. - WHOLE.
-2 TKADK l'KICU LISTS for Need. In bulk or
wailed to merchant on nmili cation.
21 & 23 S. SIXTH ST. PHILADELPHIA
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 oueration of tho se
cretive organs, their natural healthy
action should be restored, and inflam
matory material removed Irom the
system. Ayers Pills accomplish this
quickly, safely and surely.
& Atwood sell
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. 30tf
$1500 per year can be easily made a
home working for E. G. Rideout t Co
10 Barclay Street, New York. Send
for their catalogue an 1 full particu
lars. 31-1 y.
Hall's Vegetable Sicllliau Hair Re
newer'is a universal favorite 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 ia pronounced by
hundreds who have used it to contain
more true medical virtue than any
other kind thrown upon the maiket in
the shape of oils and liniments. It is
warranted. Smith, Black & Co., pro
prietors. Sold by 1. S. Barnes and A.
D. Marshall, Wcepnjg Water, Neb. 8tf
Ilereafln l v.ill have carriages at
all regular trains stopping at this de
pot. Any person desiring a carriage
to take passengers to, or from said
trains will leave word at my Livery
Bam iu Plattsmoulh and they will be
accommodated, at reasonable rates.
35tf Chas. M. Holmes.
.Money to Loan.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Inquire 6f D. D. Martindale,
Louisville, Neb. I3tf
- Save your teeth by using Dr. Clut
ters Glycereno Tooth Tablets. Beauti
fy 1 Cleanse! Preserve! tf
In Hip Distilt-t Court of Cam County. Nebraska.
USACHAII 1". .Mlt'l.l.NKK K )
LOVI.VA M(,'( I.INTO('K,
The ,ibov named non-resident defendant.
Uivina AlcCliutock, w ill take notice that on the
l'Jlli day of .lamiiu y. A. I). Nxacliar I. 41c
Clintoek. plaintiff herein, filed bin petition In
the District Court f Cues County. Nebraka,
against aid defendant, the ohfeet and
Lot which are that Hie bonds uf matrimony hei-
unoie exisuiiK netwern the plaintiff and de
fendant may be dissolved, nnd that the plain
tiff may be divorced from the defendant on the
tfr.ninds of w illful desertion of said defendant
irom plaintiff, and her abxenee for more than
t.vo year, 'i ou ;ire required to answer fald pe
rnio:: on or before the 7th day of February
A. I. ', IssAi iiAU P, Mr Cl.l.VTOrK.
l: K. N. .Sll.MVAX, Att'y. -Htl
In the District Ccui t of Ca Con
Stephen Kerns. j
Joseph S. Kern.
Alexander Kerns, Jr. j
Sarah Letitia Hiibbcls, j
i iiiicnue i uinnifp,
r.dna 'tiniin(;, j
jiary Alice cumin;, j
The above named non-resident defendant
will take notice that on the loth day of Janu
ary. A. l. Ikkj, ;eorife ;oos. plaintiff herein,
tiled bin petition iu the District Court of Can
County, NebraBka. aainxt said defendant, tho
object and prayer of which are the partition of
ttie following described real estate, to-wit :
Fractional lots twenty-four (24), twenty. fir
Cir) and fifty o0, infection twenty-nine (2a);
and the north west quarter (sw4) of the touth
wet-t quarter (s!,) of caid section twenty-nine
('-"'; and the Kuiun cai-t quarter (sei of the
south east quarter (ce'4) of section thirty (30);
also fi actional lot five (5) in oaid i-ection thirty
(30); all of naid lands beintj in towuxhip No.
twelve (i). north ranjje fourteen (U). east of
the Clli J'. M.. in ( a-s County. N "bra.sk a : and
tnat the, delendaut. Alexander Kerns. Junior,
may be adjudged au iuipontor, as having no le
gal title or interest in and to said lands ; and
that, in case partition of ai-l lands cannot bo
equitably made, said land be decreed to be
sold, and that the proceeds thereof be divided
between the parlies according to their respect
ive rfc lit a. I ou are required to anwer on or
before lhe27th day of 1-ebruary, A. I. I we.
By A. N. Sl I.LIVAX, Att'y.
To nil whom this may concern :
That the undersigned building committee
will let by contract to the lowest bidder (sealed
proposals) who b responsible, and will give
ample security, enclosed with proposal for the
failliful peiforiuaiice according to his bid. tho
building of a Kchool houxe in District No. 27, on
the cite now leaed by nid district, on the
North East corner of ection thirty-one (31 1.
township t we've (12), range thirteen (13), iu
Plattsmoittn I'lcciiK t. in Ca County, State of
Nebraska. Said plans and pecincations are
now open for inspection at the bouse of C. I,
lutes, in riattsmoutli I'recinct, and will be left
at the County Clerk' oflice from the 201I1 of
i Janmirv. 12. to February let. 1K2. in the Cltv
of I'latisiiiouth, for the bisection of auv one
who may do-ire to see them. Saul lin v ill l,e
opened by the said committee at the bouse of
C L. Hate, on t''C lot li day of February next
at 2 o'clock p. in. Saiil committee renervt' the
right to refuse any and all bid, or to awai1 to
the party u iio 111 their judgment 1 bei-t ei ti
tled to receive the same.
SAM. r.AKKRJt, I. S. IlKAPKK.
J H. KlSKK, C. L. ItATKM,
J. I Jti'UY, iiv.it. 8. Ki 111.
lo.SHfA Ml K RAY,
Dated, riattsmoutli, Jan. 9. Im2. 431.;
Notice of Dissolution of Part
nership. ?"o?!?c is hereby given that the Arm of Pat
terson Ac Dickt-on Livery.busines. Is herrlry dis
wolved by mutual consent. A. l'atteron re
maining at the old place, where nil the hooka
j and account of the linn will be found, and a
peedv settlement is desired with all paniea
having busine with the firm. Dicknon. re
I move to a bam on tiie alley between 2d and
' 3d streets, liease call and settle at the cornel
! of rear! and tit li tits.
intS J. V. Dii-khom,
Vi ATTsMOr tit, Dec, Kth, ISM.