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AdvertUlntf mice iM.i ..r.ilii, lo space, I hoe i ml
X'hjIou made known o npplic.it ion.
Kenl-trred ut lllu Ci .Office, Mjillsiiiot III,
Neb., n ttvcuml Class r alter.
VlMaATTdMOUJiI. MAIU II. 1. lits.l
of riilioaiUvv,"il;itjioii frui Hie attnd
1'omt as-u.ulcieil liy this late htftsla
tuie. TMvIoii tiul inU out nun e of
tlio tliiTl.irM-s'wIiibU naturally prt-Si-nte
Jlhcini-Ivi'H to that body,
wU"iApy i .iuiH far to fact with the
lV' iioir uf tho enactment of a l.iw, to
lvrfcnt ui,ij iti disciiuiinations idui t
1 roor i.n.i points by the lailmy Is t,
!te at.ue; uiui very fairly and HankJy
"() 1, .l.uil ii. ll. in Iim jiri; ii iii.,f lit
Iti.cii. Cihu i.'.Io iL.i -tji.t-i'i- nf it a V
it l isl.'iiiitc t.) enact laws of t lie
'jil ptopiiat-d liy Die I. tie acaa,iiia and
li l dtsi:nsid-.lh.; proposed letntt-
Hti pn st-nuU bj Hi- two bills ore
hit-ii, "iginated in thi!. house, and
I'li tlm Si-nate ti.OW ii a llou.-te
-liil .Senate Viln No. 149.
h'aiiisntri .se Libs witn t lie law in
; lotlat in tlio stales of Iowa and
it. 'uiui examining Ihem upon.
mr merits. Jliisjs really all t leie
liuulil be in tlil.siiiiist.ioii at the rea
1 'it linii and it enough lo make the
in-lit i ot lltu stoutest radic.l nuvurate
"!' 'railroad It-giaiaii jm ijuail.
i'l.i-4iusiiuii is, can ihu evils coin-Sj-tiiK'd
oi, be remedied by the means
i'ropo.4L'd by Si ate l-'ilo li'J compelling
'liio.ul cum panics having llilllilllg iil-
iiu iitd with otlu-r io.kIh to tlis-
il u-j!i arrangf un-iita us to their
ss thus reijiovirirf inoit-clion to
diipnitut ot our products to the
maikt-iH aa j.ut by the Jour
he IIfkald ban he. ud an-i.sui't-s
Hurts ot Suiiate File U!i discus-
ti iMuent ly by Nebraska slup-
I Ins very ground.
eucedua however that
so tar, baa worked
giL-at coiiet-s.sion , and
iieal wel-ht m liie
l line id iii.jm:. it is-
a:iiiisi 'ii.M.i,.i and
be iiL-ci Liied as U iie. Ttul
; toiti. roiiiedy ImloAd as a
ivi; e.ii.i'.ot i-ot' ijie lrooi.
:.U.i cannot coneede Hie
l,Ui.lU. ili.ll tl-Sp.lli.illl
.ml bfsL ijoVfriiiiK'iit,
aTl-iWi-il to choose llu-
r'Spol, T'lv' pllVfi il!llflt
Ki'esl Hie pt'ii'L- aiid Is
is lo our liiin.i 11..' biiilp-
i si, Ot -tiau.if, Wi.eu itu
iile'.i, ana the Uuiilile. v. r, li
tjlll dtloil- IS, illflV is a lil-
ion tli .vaid di-ij iiInu oil
fi . tn
mil pui.i ii, ii is a poi-ni
it.- ow.-L'is aiul in. tn a-
Is, as to bow they
lav like t lie one
e t-enate, with a
e.ad. It is also a
with the yei.eral pub
sl that jroi)osititn.
.1 kind of a time would
.iihiit .liii N.'A.'auffiiave wiiu i
Ii.issm of this kind in cJ:itrol of
:1 Hie i.iil-aja oi tUe country ? If a
v liKe lii- on- mentioned i" Illinois
ti, In' made l remo.li. t'.o evils of un-
; ,L 1 .. 1.
lo. u;.s(';.!ui! iii".si"-'u t'la" "c
.... ..-.., r. I ... 1 1. 1 r :t-:ilV Id
VulIC .1 K' ' .....M....-r .
A- tKople and to the greiit interests
;w d the vjst ainount of capital
nipped up in the railways of our
JU1, ,r s:at'. TUe IIkkalu would cer
inlv be opposed to any law that in
;, et would paraliZd or place it w ith
tbe power of a few .individuals to
strnj Uie Inibiness iidutiriM of oar
ate. It is a diiScult question but it
a q:u ?.lu.-ii that must be uu-t iii-d
tin d. and the m;'re it is discussed
f IxH'er piep;ired will we be t.) solve
in the future.'
Ti: Kin: is in iuvesdnient wliieh will
v belter in I-'kitU'.r.outh than the crcc
n of j:o"d cheitj) ' teaeir.cnt hauses.
t autumn' Mr. W. II. Sioifer invest
several tiiousaiul tTiiliiis iu tiiis way,
n bis aiditiou ia the novtliwe.-t por
if the city: ".The wiseacres ot our
v we Wive. n. fi-w 'f them left
iaiednljjs iavestuient by .Mr. Sluiter
r.n fiijiitlioious one, I hat hi proper
f .1 I .
iijs vj rt!i:uc,iro;ii ine uusiuu-j
lion , the citv, etc. The resud is
5jha(--f built ;lip S .lifer's Addi-
. . ..." . T, . . . ...!.
I, wUiUiSO niUv-ii io l .ai .i
, .nd iroui the in ment his buiid
, i . i
s wKC. -o:;ili:eie I ll.is reeeiveu a
1 salt ntia iueoato l;oin tliesatiic.
t-anu is iiue - f t lie new te.-icui'-ni
.e. or -cte I b- 'A:. Hiiiitizs on his
oath t f V.r"-U. Iic-KU nt prop
y t-hc.'.p ye: in l'lattMiioinh;
!er ihari it'evtr :ira:.n can le
;i;:d o..r ftlvic-i to imtividuuis j
lo mt oi.r c:f y t! eir p'T- j
a.-.' is. t pr-K-an a le.-i.it-iit J
. 'ire n . perty :uH'aii'-es t a J
re as it is corn-lull-i .' tloin. 1
lll inmruit in ji irtim, oy in
peiHoiml upon tli c'minpioiis
of I 'ish lights in the House of Coui
moils. History will ut hold Ihe
ids of Irish liberty accountable
ho ucta of the oppressed mid inis-
pti.led indivl In d. wiiu, tunaitii.tf on
der Wions, couiiuits a ci line In -ek-lug
hia rt-die- 3. When I'hilip, of .Spain,
jiU'H'd Ihe tli'iiiili screws of the itiqui
biiiou upou tli'J Xetli-.'il indeis' ltis op
pression cnll'-l forth a cliaiupiou in
WiUiam of Or iu,'-. w ho stood up be-tw-en
the oppressor and that long suf
fering people. Mr. raniell and his
colleagues uie but the champions of
the Irian people in lhi contest.
Ireland is misgoverned; no one will
deny this proposition, l'aiuell and
his Colleagues ate battling against tre
mendous odds ; agitation, discussion,
and public protests are the civilized
instruments to accomplish revolution,
thee means must be permitted ; the
propriety of their employment cannot
be successfully controverted.
ngl ind may misgovern Ireland in
a ri fined way ; she inay di.-pi use with
the ruck, and the thumb screw, but.
uut I the rights of that downtrodueu
people are recognized, until they are
treated fairly, all the power of th
L'l' ted Kingdom will fail to establish
a q lint and peaceful government over
that Island. Assassinations Will be
rife, and upi isiugs frequent, and this
will continue until the even scares of
jus' ice are. in a manner at least, ad
jus ed. It is no argument in favor
of: ssassination to condemn misrule;
evi ry ci vilizeil ii dividual deprecates
anil detests poll ileal murders and as
8H8 inations: every thoughtful student
of oistory knows they are theoffspritig
of lolarule and oppression, especially
in this day and age.
We may sympathise with the imper
ial family of Hussia, yet when we at
tempt to transfer that sympathy from
the person of the imperial family to
the 'government it maintains, our sym
pathy becomes dumb in the presence
of the woes and sufferings of her mis
governed subjects. They are oppressed.
Nihilism with ll-u bai barous argument
of knife ami mine, attempts to free
I he people, our condcuina; ion of the
knife and mine is ;io argument for (he
tyrant. Smother the volcano, it still
si ii m be i s oi. ; r w ii I h i ve its mil bi'-aks.
They mav cume m pe.iv. ful pr.ies;.s.
priidei.r or b'!e !:'. .i.-il.ii
n.iSas.siiMl io'if. -l amid
scenes of ihe French rev
s' ii: I h--y w l 1 eoi.ie.
A ,.i--:it ph.ioi..tp'.cr i;:
"lit V i 1 ll ' i'.ti f;;:niot b
and e.'o'.dil you i- tiii .
1 ioit ? il p!Oi.:i ;
lv;i.,z.- what pi' .ii'-.iS
Hi -ri'ow ."
'lie tv is a toi'-if.i i :; icr Ireland.
.'b,iiiilii"ij-' if lii' i lis'i rule mat Linlish
novein.il";; t ui.iv c' ...mi that Ireland is
tairlv well . rr.t- i ; that the home
rule of the present c.ibinet as adrnirtis
leied in Ireland, is piieiiic and mild
let the civilized world will point to
those political assassinations, to the
overcrowded courts of Dublin where
only political offenders are being tried
and say, there surely is a cause for
this. (Jive the Irish people a fairgov
eminent. Mr. Gladstone, and voa will
tiud Uiey can be loyal subjects.
on, person d
I He id
v;iit '( ii ,'' '1)3,
i;.t. S tid.
be cotiqUi'l "d,
what i.s iev.l;i-
i-l wonhl i oil
cad It to-
1 to thel
ucnts, the principal t iiiirntinti
tivsr urged gniui.t llietn is, that Uu
measure whs enacted for Ihe guTeruiueot
control of the mi I ways Mthiu th
Ktntc in rej' ir I lo tut tnrilf rntii, and
Unit the Hpr.-priaticn of oue half of
mill t"i the ciiiiiijetion of the state
huu.e m.ii uiui. c-ui y uud iiupro dent
TilK IIkuaI.u was un pialified ly iu
fuvor of the ptcMiit legislature niking
econoiiiicid provision for the coiuplctiou
oi our stute house and wc Ix-liefe ou
t ill ire tlelegut ion tlid fight in suportio
that measure, liy the term of the ac
p.issetl a levy ot one-h-ilf of mill
only, win oe maiie uuring the next tno
yenrs, and the entire cost of completing
the building cannot exceed $450,000, th
buildiug la to be completed during th
following six years. Tbia tinully settle
the cupitol questiou and givea th
state time to finish the structure without
levying a tax that will be burdensome in
any sense. So far as the railroad legis
lation ia concerned, Tut Hkhald has
already said, that taking iuto consider.
tiou the extremely short time the present
legislature had to formulate and enact
important lcrilut!oa of toig kind
thu s not wonder thut tin: body tailed to
agree upou a sut.sfattory bill.
1 lie net i portion ol the session
was tukeu up unavoidably iu the
election of Lnite.l States SeuatorjUnd the
reniaiuiug portion of the session was too
short to enuble the two houses to agre
upon a measure that they could safely
give the public as a remedy for the abuse
complained of by the people.
In the judgement of Tmk IIeiiald
some kind of legislation is necessary to
cure these abuses, which unquestionably
exist and we firmly believe hud the
present legislature been allowed teaiona
Lie time il would have been able tv pass
a law, which would have stood the tea
of the courts anil remedied many of the
evils complained of.
w e know it is lasiuonaide to "damn
the legislature' and we are satisiicd that
uiueteen out of twenty of the individual
whoso freely find fault with our members
would have accomplished no more than
they did had they been in their place at
There were unquestionably some ohl
claims allowed by this legislature whicl
should have O'en rnected. JIow our
members voted individually upon those
r!:iiins Tin.: Uekai.d is unable to say
Our a.l vie.-. h-'Wever, is for uo one to
h.istil y p .s-j.i'igcinciit uo ia the acts of
our inemiieis uith e.i! llr-.t fairly and ini
partially trivin r tiieui a hearing anil
J , . -
A r lenglh
l. v ir i. the
in -ii r
ti r eily is on ihe highway
t ii'hs.'inient ot e;itcrnriseS
tinit will redout! to our
v is v. r
en ei.e :
The Nebraska solons adjourned last
night, having finished up the business
of the session, so far as they have been
able to agree. The bone of content ion
has Ween the railroads. The prevail
ing f-entiment of the people at the late
election both iu regard to our state
representatives and our members of
congress sesmed to be iu favor of some
judicious measure for the control of
these corporations; and many loud
and extravagant promises were made
by the candidates of either party at
conventions. Impressed with this
sentiment the present legislature con
vened in January last, and after a pro-
tracted struggle has failed to agree on
any measure. The principal trouble
seemed to be while there was a gen
eral disposition to enact some measure
of this kind a lack of knowledge as
to w hat kind of legislation was neces
ary and prudent, and how to get about
it. The Herald is inclined to think
it is a fortunate thing for the state
that no hasty, imperfect legislation
has been had upon the railroad ques
tion it this session; it is a wide field to
eut! upon, and unless well considered
and well matured measures are adopt
ed for the control and regulation of
these common carriers,.', were better to
wait until the next session whin the
senatoi ial and capitol appropriations
will not be in the way of a full con
sideration o! Ibis all important question.
o--. Torn, i.be irrepresail-'e. called
Ui.r..vLD yesterday to say that
w.is wry a displeased with the
' ' the .'ale legislature, and like
e wnb-rtu lately constituted inai-
i i:S Vvenn our- ri'iT- fr-. .,.. ..ti l.o
ItiUll! in I . r.ii...r 1J ....n.n.itl.
:Vt-rnor must understand that
ie wi.-hes to climb the p.ilden s:air
- -- . .
ur liffectiotis, he must not attempt
against the good name
Mil. A. W. McLaUjiii.in u 'ts !o Cli'
eap short!' i. a reprc-eiitaiive of thU
city, r.n 1 uudiT tlirectam of ur riiy
B .ar l of Trade. I. lav btt'ore con tin
c:- pi . a., i of t'll'oao A pro-'iitiou tor
the sin 'i 'ii of a i-or'v pa--king o.-tab-lifhmect.
in I'laitaaiouth. Oe.r Board
oftril- sli-f.iL-i to it that Mr. Me-L:.-.ii:.::U
is tV.l y i--j'.i!r:e.l with facta
mid liguios upon this missiou. There
is no qt;.v.'io;i b;i: ti.is point, the tcr
iii'ni4 oi" ihe C. C & Q- i.t the Missouri
river l.vitu tu- ii. OC la .MiuruaKi,
and i'ii is branches anl leased line
tributary to the C 1J. & Q presents one
of tlm best localities iu the west tor an
( ri in.' an. i oo.j name as a tirst-cl!i?3 en-tcipii.-iii;
ct liter. The board ot trade,
as will be seen from the minutes of the
liii-t tii.g ol that body last night, have
ai-eepte I the proposition of Mr. King, an
Indiana capitalist of experience in the
milling business, to furnish him the
uecth'd T. mud for the erection of
flowering- mill of lar'e capacity In
Pattsniouth. Also Mr McLaughlin
goes to Chicago at once to raeit certain
interests there who are looking at this
city with a view to the establishment of
an extensive packing establishment.
"My lords and gentlemen"' the succecs
of a city like Plattsmouth depends on
the enterprise and breadth of views of
her citi.ens. Wc must have concert of
action. We must put behind us all local
dissensions and issues. Our merchants
must meet like brothers. One
mail's prosperity means the prosperity
of the whole community. We must have
a first class city of the second class.
Mk. Red Clocd, a distinguished red
skin, who is on a rather protracted visit
to his great father at Washington, is ap
parently disturbed because, as he avers,
once upon a time, the army beat him
badly at his own game of horse-stealing.
Some six years ago, it eppcars, General
Crook, during a campaign against hos
tile Sioux, of whom Red Cloud was one,
appropiated for the use of the army
some six or seven hundred ot the latter's
ponies. The Indian chieftain now seeks
idemnity. A oay or two ago he appear
ed before the congressional committee on
appropriations to urge his claim. He
insisted on the justice of his case, and
contended for payment in cash instead,
of cows, as somebody who wanted to
win the savage from whisk y and war
paths had suggested. When the chief
had concluded his harraugue, Mr. Cox
replied as follows:
"Red Clocd: Observe me! You
have been pleased to compliment one of
our chit-fs whose plumed name is Sunset.
For this we thank vou. It seems at tirst
ight that cows are not a proper pay for
h-T-es. but this committee Las no power
to apj: ropi iaie cows only money. You
y you are in debt. It is an evidence
of civiiiaztiou. We congratulate you. Oue
f our li me iicin -men has suu of
vour condition :
.o ! the Puor Imtian. wiiosp iintiitnreti niin.l
Sees tio.l in cloud a:il can u.-t raise tUc- wind.
We are pieus-. d uo know that your
iiiiiilv is large. This is encouraging,
Hit we wonder that you are not content
with cows. Ther are ueful in a fauiiiv.
ure wit the reference t the Oover-
oofoftho testimony takeu by the
cvuiiuliteo appoluted to iurettigale
the management of our asylum for
the insane. To say the least f it, it
looks auspicious that alter taklug the
testimony of eo many witnesses by a
committee raised and ippointed by
the legislature for the special purpose
of exaininiuff into tbe truth or falsity
of serious charges made against the
Superintendent of a state institution
and alter a report was submitted re
commending the removal af that of
ficer, the testimony should be practic
ally smothered by referring it to ;he
Governor and for Lis consideration.
Superintendent Mathewson has
been iu charge of this state institution
for several years and his fituens both
as a humane, kind man, and as an ac
complished physician are vouched for
by eminent gentlemen of his profes
siou, as well as by a host ot citizens
outside ot his profession who hare
known hiu well and intimately for
years; in fine his standing as a physi
cian and as a man is unexceptionable.
It is only physicians who have
made the diseases of the mind a spec
ially that arc lit or competent to take
upon themselves the responsibility of
Ihe management of an institution of
this character. This, we believe, is
the universal judgment of the profes
sion. Again, in the management of
an institution of this kiud the person
in charge must possess limine oi
character and enforce discipline; it is
claimed by those who have exainiurd
... .... .
me pron-bitory amendment io Constractloa of Carp-Pond. floor, which will seat soeral bundled
Aowa. wnicu was dec'aied to be nuga- A southern farmer who baa been people. This hall sopplK-a a want long
torjr by a l it decision of the gu- raising carp in ponds supplied with felt in Plattsmouth, fuVnlah'ng us s
preme court of that state seams to surface water makes the following suitable place for holdl nw' town meet
havs some friends left yet, who de- suggesting about constructing rnds: ings. The district court will b held
cliue to bo chief mouruers at its fu A dam Is thrown across tho lower end hereafter in this halt and a better
neral, and who intend that the late I of a hollew; the dams .axe .made en- court room cannot found in the
decision of their court of last resort I tireljr of soil or earth; this is the best state, ruttsmoulh owes much to
in the Hawkeye state shall net stand material to make a dam of, and is also Mrs. Hock wood
as the law cf the land, without a the cheapest. The sides of the dam
thorough and exhaustive re-argument, should have a slope of at least 45 de- South Bead ltu-r.
Eminent counsel have been retained grees. I do not use any stone or wood South V-esv, Nkb., Feb. M, 1883
by the friends of the amendment, I (except on the overflow or drain) on H Frank Sibley spoke on temper
among whom we notice the names of this kind of a pond. I try to Lavs no auce to a large and appreciative audi
Senator Jat T. Wilson. It often I stones or pieces of wood lyin; around mee last night. He handles the liquor
happens tha a seemingly" unjust de- near the ponds, for these are only questiou without gloves.
cision by our courts is not so much I places of shelter for some of the ene- James Morrison wa the guest of .lev
the fault of the tribunal before whom mies to the flsh, and an inducement Uiffenbacker yesterday
tha .ia i. hrd aa it ia the fault of for snakes, crawlsh. etc.. to barber 1 "' eils in li. Jl. goods at
counsel in preperly presenting such near the ponds. The deepest part of auction today
case to the court. No portion ef the t P0 should be at least eight feet; Tb streets are full of teams with
community understand this so wsll as then It should run ou. shallow on the tfrio. Our grain merchants yesterday
the "legal fraternity." It appears that id all around, or as much so as pos- took in five cars flielld and two ef
another cause involving -the precise ,Ie. It Is better to bave tbe shallow ear corn.
Question, alreadr doss ad noon br the places in the pond on the north and Farmers report bad roads.
Iowa supreme court, is ou its way to west sides; here the sun will strike Our bridge is considered safe.
that court from Kossuth county and Ine water early in the day. and If shal- mJ iucs bavc put In an ap
this latter case the friends of the lom will warm it up quicker. The carp p-aram-e; our nimrods happy iu conse-
amendment contend will Present a will always be found In the part of qi-nce thereof.
record unon which th-ir cherished Pnd where it is the warmest; here We are lu receipt of ihe riatt.moutU
amendment will receive a fair hearing, they find most of their nourishment. Iaily Hkhald and are pleased with its
Thev claim .he record in the case de- nd it is in the warm, shallow places appearance. Wish it success.
cidod did not fairlv nresent all the where most nourishment is produced. D. McCaig came over Irom Elmwood
facta to the court and that coaseauent- uch as insects, etc. Toward the cool to see if the legislature had adjourned
ly the case was not thoroughly sifted fart of the day or evening, the carp He kas quit politics and turned hia at
and fairlv presented iu the argument retire to the deeper parts of tbe pond lention io auctioneering.
and heariuz before the court at Des (where it Is then tbe warmest), and se Kumor says w. Jl. tout s stone quar
Moines. This mav be the case. It is do the insects that were hatched or es will start up sooa
n,.t ii in,,.i,..n o., n, ,ilLreddurln(rthfldiT. There should be I We are to have eyeuim; and
- - - . . . -a
txa travel or atone in the dee nest curt iult mu. juore aouu
in the original case may not have pre-
i ne testimony iu tins case, tua'. uu
biased the evidence ihows that Dr.
Mathewson lias in his treatment of
the unfortunate placed under his care
simply exercised that dicipline which
anv good superintendent would be
At oca News
Avoca, Cass Co. Neb
Ed. Ucsald: That tardy, loiterin'
seuted the full case to the court, so as ot the pond. Spade up well the bot-
to place the amendment "before the loux of a new pond before the water
court entirely upou its merits. 1 in- Ha much surface water
The Herald is not able to say how law Into the pond as possible; more
this is. but can eaailv understand how nourishment is in this than In spring
it ml6. The action of the supreme water, especially when it flows from 'VraS seen.a to be coming bacK
court of Iowa holding the amendment Patur... There should be a ditch UJ1" ""J- "jj
Invalid h ttwri .1,,nr.aii around a carp-pond, so that the water ?!"!u.&-
,.iiii i.. .,fr.n if i.v. i I F I .. . . ... - in our mue nuisness weriti ai line
ri J I . - " . " tentlon and criticism, and it is due the comes rrom me meuing or snow , farnu.rs are bu8V dlliT haulinsr
inieuigens masses or mat great state. cu " u" " u,., ow corn fcc, to market, and buBineas
who, at a popular election, by an over- ter 1 int. ca,'P pond will sicken men are stocking- up for a large spring
whelming majority declared in favor ud often destroy the flsb. JJuring traile
of nrohibition. that th nxnraa will I inter one or more large bundles of A. L.. .Marshall has moved into the
of the people so declared 'be not yet rye straw should be placed upright in toie room belonging tu W. Marshall,
aside, unless tha i-.i,- i rl.nr na h. the water in this kind of a pond. This
yond shadow of doubt of the integrity will leave air holes in the ice, and then
and ability of the great court of last it s not necessary ti chop holes in the
his duties conscientiously. The Hkh
ald has not been able to examine
ihe testimony, but feels warranted id
saying that Gov. Dawes should be
very careful iu making his decision iu
i'liysician competent . te take
charge of this institution, to sav the
least of it cannot be very plenty iu
.Nebraska. lie executive mauag
incut of the asylum has been excel
lout, wc learn, and unless the present
incumbent is unfit en account of hia
mistreatment of the inmates, his long
experience a; the head of that iusti
t ul ion is a powerful arguiueut for his
retention as superintendent
of Marshall Hi os., and for the present
will list; the same as a residence.
Dr. V. A. Packard Is furnishing
I'llllllW tl.1 ..ll).'.. I.i. ...'ul. S.IIVVKI Htlll
.. - . .. I I , At.. J 1 - M I ' I . ... . -
resort iu lowa. the Herald believes me wnen me ponu . mncn over. iv,,,.,,,-.. ,.miWaie store. Mr. Walz
the people of that state have tbe ut- Times. uluj j'a,iiv i,ave moved from here te
Ionise on this ll. ll. in order to board
Eclectric Maganue. section hands at that point.
The March number of the Eclectric i)r. (; u inhlebrad it is said will
is on our table, and is filled with the open i:n ollk-e soon in G. ll. Sawver'rf
most confidence ;and if upon a thorough
re-argumeut the court adheres to its
former decision, we believe such de
cision will be fully acquiesced in.
customary variety of good reading. The I old stand
following is the table of contents: "The
The County Attorney Bill.
The arduous work of sinking tbe Americans," by Herbert Spencer; -On
massive piers for the Missouri River Some of Shakespeare s Female Charac
bridge dbwn through the aand and w. ter1." bv OQ0 who hus Iepnatcd them
Before its close th lial-t.. ...a.- ter to the bedroek of the r.Ver. in the -'ena r aucu marun,; -ine i.ast i-.x
ed a bill abolishing the office of dis- saiety and celerity with which it has "11 P"1 OI e -
trice attomev and ere.itin thut f been accomnlished thua far. ia a tri- ocar Ytr? mysterious .uu nc..i.K
" w I . .e ti i... ir: i : ii
county attorney. This measure, wuich uinph of modern engineering. Tbe n. "
was crowded through the l.,tl,n..r f oiar in midchannel was settled on th. gi", rwr aiaiunaa, a pomu oy iai
the session, was passed without any ledge last Monday night, 50 feet below
opportunity for its discussion by the
press or its consideration by- the peo- i"g filled with concrete. It will take
pie. The Bee believes it to be unwise about one month for the masons to
and extravagant, injurious to the best raisA it to the altitude of the one now
interests of justice and only adding completed on the east bank which is
new burdens to the taxpayers of the about 61 feet above high water mark,
state. and-is a hitrhlv finished, uonderous
Under this law there will be one shaft of masonry which looks as
prosecuting attorney to each county in though it might withstand all the rav
our state, with salaries running from age of time
$600 a year in the smallest to 81.000 possible to estimate the enormous
iu the largest counties. Nebraska has pressure that will be brought to bear
now sixty-eight counties, including upon them in the event of very high
thew Arnold; "The Divining Rod ;" "A
Mr. I'inkhain, oi.r ptipular grain
buyer's brother, is here visiting his
J. Kraft, is a litlie under the weath
er, Dr. Packard is in uttenduut-c, ami
says he is doing well.
( )iir elevator men are verv ' buv
now, early and lute, hut complain of
being short el cars.
Rev. Mr. ami Mrs. Cooler have
commenced a series of protracted
the mvel of the river, and is now be. Study of Longfellow," by Henry Nor- meetings, which are being held in
I W a-V . . m 1 af . I A .1 II. ill A atn I aik.u
man; "Omens of 1 rouble, "Kussiau
Prisons," by Prince Krapotkine; "A
Ghost," by the author of Mrs. Ferning-
h a m's Journal; "Ottoman Poetry,"' by
Stanley Lane Poole ;"Anthony Troliope,"
by Ed ward A.. Freeman, D. C. L.; 'Mon-
Yours for more,
II. N. C.
The Domestic Mouthly
The March number of.' this delight
ful magazine is one of the most valua-
- . ... . . . I i.i.. : ., . i. u . t- :
ica,':' by the aUtDOr OI I'liylllS; "A fuma I laouca wi mc jcai, m tu oring
Rug," by Frederick Boyle; literarv no- styles are given an exhaustive review.
a a . ' , . tices; foreign literary notes; science and Descriptions of the new Spring eos-
aild flood. tl-OUgh It iS im- t ' . tumMi AnA fHhriea neennV the Wr-,t.r
eat eauVA lit istriiaAJ J . I - - . VVVB. A. ......
Published by E. R. Pelton, 25 Bond part of the number, and all tbe aeces-
street, New York. Terms, $5 per year; sones. as trimmings, millinery, etc.,
are given careful attention. Jto m-tig-
azine for ladies lives as completo and
reliable information concerning cur
rent and coming styles as does the Do
The Literary department is delight
ful as usual this mouth. Some of the
best short stories that have been writ-
DES MOINKS s OMAHA MEDICAL DISI'L
ON AOCOrMT OF HIS
Immense Practice in Plattsmouthf
WILL MAKE HIS NEXT VISIT oJ.
Saturday, May 19,
A.ND WILL ltKJiALN 0NK 1)
WHKltl' HE CAN BE CONSULTED OX T
Ear & Bye, Throat & Lois, CM
Bladder and Female Diseases as
Chronic and Nervous Diseas,
Una dl.i ovrrnl tb i!-a(- Line lu tin- wuiiii im eakneNn of tlic I
unlary tiUt-liaiat-, luipt.irui-y , ceiirnil Urlllll v, uri vouincx, lunvotir, i-uul
talieu uf III Urart, llniidll) , irruiiilliiK. tiluiueM vl nilit oi k ufuiuria. it.
Iliroat. dump ur akin. anrt-tl..in ul win liver. liuiifK, aluinut-u tir Uuorli - ll
arlalun Irom aulltary bauits ul youiU uutl mretrl i'ai-llt'ea inula fittul l ll
iimii or eyrrn iu ine iiirinra oi i lyaaa, uuguiing IDi H itiuni ruuirui bur
uurini! mamaiir iiuDusaiuie.
lbutr tlmt hid aufleilualruiu the evil in actio. hlih tle.itiuy their ml
Inraaaad aoclal dullea, raakrt happy marrlHK'a ImiioMlbl, illalrrvara Ilia f
dvpretaiun of aplrlta, ctII forebodings, cowardice. Iran. Uirums. Iratleni itljf
Kcliuint-an, uauaiurttl uiscur)ra, pitm in 1110 umi auu inf.. iuui k oiokiii:iv
aslly ol coinuasy auil liava urcfrrauce 10 ba uiuiti. fcallua aa llrvtl lu lUo ia
(lnua. aamiual cakuea. lout luanliood. white bona tleponit In Ilia urlue.D'f
caaluaiou of thouant. watarr a.ad weak aye. dyapepMa. conatlpatiou. uultur.
eas lu tna liaiba, a'.c. (Uvula couaull in a ininiraiuiciy anu ue reaiurea lo crlr.
Who Iikt bccouie Tlctini of Solitary vie, tliat dreadful and deatruutlvn habit
weepa to an untlmrly arava tboutuudi of yotinie uivu of estltvd laleul and bull J
rbo mlnUt wtlitrrwiae rutranrc llatcnluf sriiatora with tha isuudvra of lutir rluiUfi
lo acsiacy me nviux lyra, uiay can wiiu t onnurnce.
Married person or young meu eoatamplattug inarrlage beware o
toiRiiry or any oiner
s of nr. Malibialt hi
contidrutly rely upou lift nklll aa a pbyildau.
f pliyaival wij
of iirni-rrallve oower. liuuotRiiry or any other dlaiiiallAi-.allon predlly relinved.
liliuself unaer ine care ui ir. r lanuiau may rengiouiiiy couniia ia ail uoi or aa a g
ORGAN AL, WEAKNESS
Iniin-tll.itt-ly cured and full irtor restored. Ttiii dltrrsalug adrcllon. which reu
ctea and marrluKe liiiMi!iible, la the penalty payed by lue victim for Iniproi
lomia iik.'U are al'l lo commit exceaaes irom uoi neing awure oi ine ureaiiiui con
may eiixue. ow wuo lUut uuilrraiautis tuin auujet-i win urny tnal procreatlou In ,
liioMV lulling lulu luipiuiier uitbiisiuau by tne pruaoni. uraiaea bring deprived
urea ol lira It by ofTaprlueii. the moat untoua and deatructlve nymplouia of bulb mi
arlne. Tbe aynteiu becoun-a deranged, tbe phyelcal and luetital power weakea. I
tlve pownra, n-rvou iiritalbilliy, dtpepla, palpnaliun ol tbe heart, ludigvali
Itoual debilily. waxtiug of Hi frame, coiiKti couaumptiou and death.
A CUKE W AHHANTED.
i'eiaoiM rulued In lieaith by uu'earued pretendera who keep tlieiu trIUluc uiuuth after I
taking polMinoua and lujui loB cmnpouiida, abuuld apply Immediately.
Krad dated at olieof Uie mot.einluent coltegea In the li lilted Kittle, baa effected aoiJI
uut aalorilabme cure that were ever known, alauy troubled with rliiKlug lu the
head tvbeu asleep, great u-rou.siics. being alarmed at certain aouud. with liequnul bl
attended auiuetluie wlili detangeuient of ihe uilud, were cured Immediately.
TAKE PARTICUAR NOTICE.
Dr. K. addresnr all those who have iulured tbeDinelvea by Iniorooer luilulireni-e and
hablta which ruin both nilud aad bodv. unBttluKtlieiiiforliuniiiesn.atudv.aocu.lv or m
Theae are aome of the ad. melonclioly effect prodtced by the early bablla of youth
Weakae of the back and lliubs. palua lu the bead aud dlmuena of alaht. lo.iit of uiuaculiir
era. palpitation of the heart, dyapeaala. Dervoua lrrltal lllly, deraogeuieut of dlgeatlve f uiictl
aeuiiuy, cooaumpiion. eic.
PRIVATE OFFICE, OVER OMAHA NAT'L BANK.
CONSfJf.TATIOV FKEK. Cbarget moderate and within the reach of all who need ".clean
Medical treatment, inoa wno reaiae at a aiatauce and cannot call will rel ieve prom
liuu imuuKn i u vi man uj iiiiijbvtuui( kiivii autobvuia wiiu postage.
aoarcM uiri nox m, uiiihiii, nru.
Mead poital for copy ot t be Medical A d vauce.
r i it .
LllOSe Of I ,hrrv . I.min llrnirn o,.4 I wa ar fhia annnir If thou ilaml I i . s. rJl .. . . r
Jr " uu Inr t irM mnnt il Z I
n-. i .i .i... . !.... , . '
onca ouuru at, tun iHBi session, as enormous strain or. ine nooa, oearing
at present constituted, six district at-1 upon its bosom ponderous masses of
A Colorado man wno expected a
tornejs conduct their prosecutions at ice and debris this spring, they ought gang of lynchers to come for him
an annual exyense of 81,500 apiece, or certainly to stand for all time when about the middle or the night took
89.000 for this entire state. By the the immense weight of the steel road- himself to the cellar, leaving a pet
new judicial redistricting the number way, with its spans 4s0 leet iu length ?rizfy ber,i,t hi.PlRce in.; T.ho
n- I . inrun.. r. : . . I . . w . ; , 11 iivucn uiuu , uuuj auj iiiuia, wuk
'"c..Uuillu tumuat a in. upuu tueir uuiuius uu gi loem - , . i..i, . . . ., ta- ...r. ,nn..,l l fV,-
Trlv cut. nf ftl.tonn T7,l- n- -aAa ofK;n- : uiauc a ij viuj Awtdupw w ... -
. Y mU.wwh.,. f I the bear out and lynch it, but gave mestic, and this number fully sus
voumy ai-torney law sixiy-eignt county w ortc win now be resumed en the it up after toree of them had lost an tains the reputation of the magazine
iiu..cJSuiieiBi. iueir saia- pier wnicn is aireaay oown.au reel on eye apiece, two had suffered the loss for Cood things. The policy of the
... igegic win uo eo,tiw n iue east, sia, wnicn wui soon oe aown, i or taumDs, cnewea on, ana tne otner
year, an increase of nearly $34,000 over leaving only the one on the west bank, six were more or less deprived of
wnat the state now pays for her dis- which high water will not interfere "Kin. That man now has a tremeu-
trict attorneys, and at least 828,000 with, to complete. It is confidently dous reputation as a fighter, and the
UVBf WUnLBUe Will n COmnPIlPfl tn UvnaPtoii that rj ni l.a n " uiuu b uituu tuc nvi. vu; i-'i-
r I .amwwM - ww 111 W IUUII1II p
pay under the new districting. bv December of this year, and when 1
judicial district was inadequate for
the proper disposal of cases brought
before our courts there might be some
excuse for tbe proposed change. No
statistics have been brought forward
to prove that the work is too heavy,
that the criminal dockets are not
magazine has always been to give de
lightful short storu-s and sketches,
and avoid the Ion drawn out serials.
The circulation of the DoutsTtc is
now the lar st of any ladies' maga
The Domkstic Moktulv is pub
lished at 853 Broadwaj", corner
the bridge, and go to Omaha over the The February nuraber of the Allan- rourteenth Street, iNew lork, at fl
C. St. P. M. & 0. R. R. Blair Hep. tic Monthly opens with the socond in- a year, with 1 worth of "JJonacattc
stallment of Mr. Longfellow's tragedy aierus aa a preiuium w jn sun
If it could be shown that the pres- this is accomplished all the traffic of From remetviinwr' .Mirh.i ion-elo
cunjaieiii ui ne atLorney ior eacn the Clilcago .Northwestern will cross
I'olin Case. of "Michael Angelo," in which occurs
John Poliu, lying in our county jail, tB Pge. which, though purporting
under sentence of death lor murder, has 10 be the words of Vittona Colonna,
I it em .. a i
in .Messrs. Su ivan & Woolev and Allen w anera vo many readers a glimpse
vn.wyi.y uieareu or uiai any mieresi Ueoson, able, faithful and zealous coun- f the poet's religious thought and
wuaiever uas sunered under the exist- ae. .vi, nr ,til,in, i1v; r.r ,i, tendencv:
1 . r,. . ... . 'j J f
ug pian. ine salary graniea is not interests of their client, and Imvino- Wn "Fartinc with friend I temporary death.
A . . l A. . . I O I ..... ...
too muuu to secure good meu.
have been corn;
scriber, and addition a great picture
of Mrs. Langtrj- is sent to every new
subscriber before March.
To All tenant it mau concero:
Notice Is hereoy glreu thut I have r'ven aiy
ou. C'barlea Hill, hia time on and after this
date, during the remainder of hia minority, and
further that be baa bad hia-time during the
luxt year paat. Tbl 1 te give notice that the
ucdr ralrtied make do claim to Ihe work and
wages of ald Chat lea Dill, either In future or
In the year pant, and that I will not be rcspou
ible for any debt he may have contracted du
ring that time, or may contract during the re
ualnder of hi minority. C. II. 1I1X.
houtb Dead. Neb.. Vvb. 1-7. '8S3. 1H3
Takeu up by the subscriber at hi place In the
city of Vlattaainuth on the 7tfi day of Febru
ary 163 one light brown mare suppoaed to be
12 or 14 year old, has collar mar. The owaer
la hereby liotilled to call, prove property , pay
cxpenies incurred.and take her away.
. B. Ml'Ll.i.
r"lattiuoutU. Feb. '7th r&j.t
.m 1 fa. m
WW -fc. al
REAL EST A1
cure good men. There approached by so many persons with the Al :l del',h ,s : we ,ee no more tbeir tlic:a
nlaintd fliaf. It ia tn. . . .. . . Nor hear their voices, ave iu memory :
piaints mai it is too ,nQUirT ft3 to whttner Mr. Polin hm L....
small to attract really able lawyers to hen granted a new trial, or whether he That we are not forgotten. Wh.hallsay
in our own county the stood anv chance for another trial P That from the world cf spirits comes an greet-
S.-lie of our
femur arid intend io asMst. him
w.;y In (Jur nower to ln-inc nn
. . - - r. ....
to his standard of ideas
kc'ieuii ir.msportation. We
iull togitUer we cm a-
.France? series to Le
cutt-rpriso of this kiu.l.
Tiii-: craud jury i iv szi ' t ting the
cause of the Xewhall house fire in
Milwaukee where so many lives were
lst, have agreed on a true bill against
George Schiller, the salcon keeper and
alleged incendiary. The special dis
uaiches from Milwaukee, intimate
that ery damaging testimony which
was not elicitex at the coroner's in
quest was disclosed a.iinst him.
Suhill ;r was at once arrested and ar
raigmd. entering the plea of "not
guijty. If upon a fair trial it is
proven this man was the cause of that
calamity, in which so many
persons met the horrid death
of h lining, we can conceive of no hu
man punishment, however swift and
sure, adequate for bis case.
innt j Int
enterprising article in the Jour-
evening, is simply a rehearsal
style of journalism which has
so many citizens to demand a
build up, instead of traduce
ud business interests here.
Herald is started for
give Plattsmouth city tbe
r an enterprising city of
lime wnen our aoiesr, at tornejs are
not ashamed to accept the place has
passed, and here, as elsewhere, the ofl
tice is regarded more as a stepping
stone to lucrative practice than an ev
idence of surpassing legal abilities.
What the effect would be if the salary
was still further reduced it is not diffi
cult to foresee.
For these reasons the Bee hopes the
We think it may be of interest to many Xo m f remembrance, it mav be
of oar readers who are not acquainted The thoughts that visit us, we know not w hence
with the quirks of the law to here state Sa,in inspiration, are the whisper
, . .... , ., . Of disembodied apirit speaking to u
the present condition of that case. . M . vvho wat outside wall.
Under the law in force, Polin's coun- Though the barred windows speak to ttose
Sel were given by the court until the tenth within."
day of March, to prepare, submit, and Further along occurs the following
perfect llieir bill of exceptions. This j beautiful and touching verse, spoken
case goes to the supreme court of the J &y the great Tuscan artist:
Htnte ou error. In nrenarin the rise "Buw will me stwak of me whea I am none.
. .... I r . r I . . . r
governor win rei use io sign ine Dill. for that court flmt counsel to oh. When all this colorless, sad life U ended
li ia sure in ai tne measure will not
Pbixce Bismakck, who is sick of
the gi.ut, siys: "I do not think I shall
ever set foot in the Keichstag again. I
see they get on splendidly without me.
The Empire machine is in first-rate
working order. If some interminableH
dispute were going on, and I should
have to grieve and feel angry about it
I do believe it would be all over with
me. My present ailment is older than
most people think. The doctors have
nlways said there was not the least
danger; but oh, the pain I suffer some
times! I assure you I could run up a
perpendicular wall when it comes ou.
But it only comes occasionally; then it
suddenly leaves off, and I forget all
about it. and live in hope that it will
uever return. lust you tell then? in
the Reichstag to do all they can to
prevent useless discussions. The Em
peror notices evervthiug, and it is our
duty to spare him as much as possible.
It is true be is in better health than
any of us, but be is much older, and
also he has deserved to experience
nothing but what makes him comfort
able and happy. If the greatest Radi
cals looked upon the venerable old
man, they would stop iu the middle of
tbe most excited rabble. We may
consider him a model In all thlnm."
Chicago Tribune. I
meet with the endorsement of the bar,
or of the people of the state, the mo
ment that tbe strong objections to its
passage into a law. are considered. As
we said before, its results are in the
line of extravagance and of giving our
counties attorneys of poorer caliber
than they now have. Either one of
these objections ought to be fatal.
A r.A T Atxa 9 Th.will nim.nih.r nrlv
tain from the Court reporter a true and Tbe wrIakIaJ forehed. the marred counten-
Iu the pres of ot!n-r tiiiuirs dou't for-
yct thai one of the moat important ad-
jtinr-ls ot' family lit"'-, i-- an organ or piano.
c :m- kc.-p:n: a tail stuck of tiie ila-
non & Il.in.iin nruns and are always
j;laii to fli-.v tin-in up. Kir&t-claaS pi-
alios iilsi) nn -.i,i'iio;i. Cull at opera
hi.'Ke mil!! if store, .lame I'ettte, General
Tlif only lirt das barber shop aud
ball' ri)Oin in th - citv at Joe herds,
under Crruih ifloi k. d&wtf
Notice to Creditors.
Htste of Nebraska, Cat county, nn.
In the mutter of the estate ot Mary .pores
Kollcft Is hereby trlveu that the clj...n, uad
demand of all pers.-ii ajcaint he evlnte 0f
Mary Spores deceased, lute of said couuty mD(j
stale, will be examl rd and adjust-dxi,y the
county coun . at the court hou.iJr'j,,t.
mouth, on the znth djxof UrrJtA. 1) lijuj.
atone o'ciilftk lp iiie forenoon. And tli:tt six
months from and afier the 17th day of K- bru
arv A. 1. liovl. ia the time limited for creditors
of said deceased to present ibelr claim for ex-
aminallou and allowuhc-e.
Given under my baud, this ITth d.ty of Feb
ruary. A. l 1H?3. J. W. Johnson,
4t3 county Judue.
Eaater Sunday comes this year on tlm
18th. With eggs at 30 centi
hens will bare to atand
or the iiMil 3
exact record oi an tne testimony ana of anee.
all the proceedings had unon the trial. And readine of my speech, and aiy rough
- v-""'f". .v m .-Jnream tKat underoeath them till
to Ue submitted to Uie attorney for the There was a womau' heart of teudernem.
state who examines it aud if correct. Taey will aet kaow the secret of my life,
agrees to it. This is called settling the - P tartlease. or but vaguely W.ted
. Inuucoatbrhrmesthatmay.percbar.ce, sar-
bill of exceptions. This bill then goes iye
to the judge who presided at the trial of Soma little space on memories of men !
the re. fur his certificate. It fa then Iicu ue performs his life work; aud tbea
The foregoing from the Omaha Bee fiIc(1 ia the office of the clerk of the su . leaves it :
suggests some good reasons why this j,reme court, and presented to one of the ho!, tu c"m xter hlm wUJ "
minreme iuiicea who orders a atav of I
sentence, until the errors complained of In lbe '""owing act Titian express
by the person under sentence have been " and r8 UP the same thought
presented to the court and argued by
Charles H. W. Kii-p. of Keokuk couuty. io
theSnite of Iowa, will tiike notice, that Albert
V el. ou, of the county ol C:is. iu the State cf
:ear;if-Ka. uii on tne scrn nay oi Ketiruary lass,
f:Iu a mutiou in the county court of Cass couo
ty, Nebraska, for the revival of a dormant
initi'iiif nr. ot'taineri iu aaid court bv R. K
Fa.mi-ron the 4iii (luy of January 1876 for
!L'9naud 16.f0 iillonieya fees and 12.7
eoMts. at'Hin.t tii- .aiu t.naties i. w. a.ing and
Solomcu Ward, wlnclt said Judmeat was on
the 4th day of Ki-bruury 17. for a valuable
conxideralion asii;iied to tliesnid Albeit Wei
Ion. and the aid Cliaa. II. W. KIiik is utilised
that he 1- retitnred to atiuearaud khow sutriel
eut canoe on or before the i'ltil day of Aoril
why 'he saiii Jililfliienl ahonlii no: be re
vived or Hie m.ihc win kianu revived.
J'ittruoutii. Neb., Keb'T 2h l"8J.
J. W. JnrrvaOK,
J. rt. Strode. Alfy for Wdura. sou
In the illslrict court of Cass county, Nebraska.
In the mailer of the application of harah K.
Tuc-kar and Albert H. Tucker, administrators
of the eatate of James 11. Tucker, deceased,
for license to sell laud.
On reading the petition of Sarah R. Tucker
aud Albert C. Tuckar. administrator of the i s
late of James H. Tucker, deceased, repreaeut
luy aiuoiiR ether things that tbe said deceased
died, at ued of certaia real estate therein de
scribed, and that It Is neceosary to sell tbe
same to pay the debts of said deceased ; and
praying for a license to sell tha same ; aud It
appeal lug t Ihe court that it Ih necessary to
sell said real eatate for that purpose.-. It is or
dered that said petition be heard al the off.ee
la a should not be approved by the
There is one thing about Dr. Mil
let, of 'he Omaha Herald, which his
opponents must admire, and that i
the Christian spirit of forgiveness
which tbe Dr. exercises towards recal
citrant members of his party.
Tbe Dr. is the autocrat of the demo
cratic breakfast table, and very often
he becomes disgruntled with the un
democratic action of some of hia fol
lowers, as measured by tbe Dr's con
fession of democratic faith in which
case be proceeds to use the cruel lash
of his great journal most unmerciful
ly; but after the storm of passion has
subsided, aud the troubled waves
which have well nigh extinguished
the fires upon the democratic hearth
stone, have been quieted, the Pr. will
order a choice dish of unadulterated
crow, call the banished, and the fam
ished prodigals about the democratic
festal board, and grant atan'juiio
in the following words:
Under the law, this petition in !aeu aic ua r nfouen. iu great worm
I ZlAaa t ti aa, m rwx aa Amvt, that mv4.i
error is a writ ef right and the supreme of men that live, or bare lived, or shall U .e.
court has no discretion in the matter but I What la a singly life, or thine or mice.
That we should tblak all nature would staad
when the proper bill of exceptions with
a petition in error is presented they mu6t I it
order the stay of execution of the sen
tence until they can examine and pass
ujion the errors complained of.
This will probably bring John Polio's
case before tbe supreme court at tbe reg
ular July term, and there may not be a
bearing and decision of it before the
fall term of that court. After the .tenth
day of March John Polin's case will be
regularly docketed ia the supreme court
of this state and the case will remain
thus until an argument there and that
court has decided whether he shall have
another trial or not.
we are goae. We must make room for
The First Comet ef the Tear.
A little before seven o'clock on Fri
day evening last, while Prof. Lewis
Swift, director of the Warner OtaMrrya
tory, Rochester, 2s. Yn waa scsnnin- the
western sky, he discovered a brilliant
comet located in the constellatiou of Pe
gasus near the star Beta. The new com
et Is moving eastward and is very
bright. This is tbe first comet disco,
cred during tbe present year and also
the first discovery made by tnaaas of the
new telescope of the Warner Observa
tory, which is the largett private ud
scope io the world.
er Newell wo learu Las
4 tbe Iohclder farm at
o, of Ileary Iobelder. Mat E. P. Rockwood has futnish-
fine farm of 260 seres I ed Plattsmouth one of the best and
and. MrIaiv 'der will I handsomest busiuess blocks in the
his city of which tbe chief attract inJ-
Taz Deed Notice.
To the unknown owner of subdivision let 21
In see. 7. Town. 12. Uange 14 east lu Cass county
Take notice that the undersigned did on the
llth day of May, Pwti, purchase the said de
scribed lot at private stile fur the taxes ot 178.
177. 1S78 and 1S7! theu delinquent; the said
lot hrviiiK been previously ottered a' public tax
ale for the said taxes, and there beliic no bid
ders therefor ; that said lot was assessed for
taxation ou the tax books for said years, as be
longing to an unknown owner or nen-realdeut
of said county ; that I lie time of redemntloa of
aid real estate rrom sale win expire on the Ilia
day of May. ls.33. and that ff aot redeemed
prior to aald last mentioned date, a deed will
be Issaed to tbe undersigned
FlatUmoutb. Neb.. Feb. 10th. 1SAJ ist
Seldeu N. Meiriarn. defeudaut. will take no
tice that on the 1st. day of March ISS3. Jeba
W. Karnes, laiatiff. herein filed bis ttetitteu
la the district court ef Cass Ceunty. Ne
braska, airalust said defendant, the object and
prayer ef which are to remove the cloud cast
npva plaintiffs title to the west half of the
Dorthwest quarter of secitoa thirteen, la tewa-
blB eleven, ranse eleven by the tax deed to
aid land held by defendant- Yen are requir
ed to aaswer said petition ea or before tbe stk
day of April 1SJ.
uaiea nsrca isi isu.
1 OM If yf. llEXtl.
Sy Sullivan Waoley. bis Att'ya. ZQU
tie ta herebv riven, that dormant to at
order ol the eeuaty court, of Cass Count)
I publlo veudee oa Yi
ireh. lsas. at la oVlo,
ou aald day.ai the resldeoceof tbe U
of the clerk of the dUtilct court In the city of
Lincoln, iiucasier couuty .teorassa, at one
o'cl'Wk p. iu. on the Cth day of April last. It
is further ordered that Una order be published
ut !et four successive weeks before aald day
fixed for bearinK of said petition In tbe riutf
mouth IIkhalu. a weekly newspaper, pub
lished at i'lattf mouth ia said couuty of C...
s. ii. rot ii,
S'lllivan It W'ooley Judge.
Ait'ysfor 1'etltloiiers 4it4
Taken up by the underpinned, three miles
south of South Kend. Neb., the following de
scribed rtock : Oi-e cow ; color, red and wane ;
about four years old ; brand resembiliiK a B ou
left hip. Also one steer, same color and brand
as cow. one year old. The owner call have the
same by pay ins: chare s and taking- tberu aw ay
South Iietid, Neb.. Feb. Is. MS2.
State ef Nebraska. Cass county, s. s. ia county
Court. To ail peraous Interested ia the eatate
oi lemit Cole.
Notice ia hereby kItcd. that Joseph U. Moore
Cuardian of aaid lemit Cole, baa made ap
plication for an order to sell tbe personal prop
erty of bis ward, and that said petition wlii be
beard aud considered on the 2a day of March,
ISai; at 1 o'clock f. M.. at the t ouiitv Judne's
oruce, in natiamouia, in sam couuty, at woicu
time aud place all persons interested may ap
pear aud siiow cause ll aay they have wuy
saia personal property soouia not ue soia.
w. vr. jou.so.
Feb. 18. 1883 ISU. County Judge
Ia tbe District Court of Cass Ceunty, Nebraska
la the matter of tbe application of Cbanrs 11.
Uiu. guardian oi jit us. iienurii, ior a n
ceuae to sell and couvey his Interest lu real
Ou readloc tbe petition, duly verified, of
Charles li- IjiiI. guardian ol Otis M. Hencrii,
represeattng amuug other things that bis said
ward ta seized vfau uudivtued one-llftu part
r luterest id and lo certaia real estate, therein
described, aad that it U neces wry aud rape
dieat uut the same be sold lor ue purpose of
tne peeeasary education aud elothuiu ol aaiu
ward, an sell as to promote ois material inter
est i It tswrdered that said petition be beard
at tae allleeuf tbe Clera of tbe Uiatrict Court.
In tbe Citv wt Uhcoiu. in the County of lu-
casler. Stale of AebraMka. at oue o'clock p. ui..
uo tbe Sia day ol April, JL. v. laso. it i lur
tberordeied tuat Boiioe be given to tbe next
kla aad beirs, apparent or presainpuvc. of
tbe said ward by puellcatlou of this order at
least feur successive week before the day of
sech bearing lu tbe Plattsmouth Uinn.u, a
weekly newspaper, publisued at the City of
Flatuaioutb, ia tne Couuty ot Csas, Male of
Nebraska, and also by service of a copy of tbia
order personally oa ail persons toteiested lo
tne estate at least twenty oays oetore
Baea tor tne neartu; uisaics
Law and collection buaitn.-Ha iiroiui
ly attended to at this oflict: and pro
ccetl rt united without delay.
Notarial work, con veyancing ami
abstrai-tinir attriitli-il to on short
If there is anv thing we do
specially of, it is cily aud a
real estate. Several line fai
some wild land at buriraius. I
men cmii get a homo by paying
ly what I hey new pay lor houi
space loroitia tr mil? but a t
percentage of the bargains now ou
books at tins agency; we naini
Six choice half acre lots, minutes
from It. K. shops, at from 0 to $160
each, and on terms that w ;:ild make
a man ahamcd lo nay h'i iUil not own
a house. Come uiui nee, vou ar; not
compelled to buy aul tve woul' ivc
these lots away, but yon can gel tin
so ihey will absolutely cost you cclL'
Five acre lot J mile from city for
$250 part on time.
tleveu acre lot 4 mile from rily
.v. i,, (.Alia ijiii;.
I havo tiirce pieces of outside prop
erty which 1 cau sell aud uuder
laku lo furnish purchaser work
vnoiigh to pay for them, now I will
furnish the ground and you the work,
work ia what hurls in.-. If you will
do the work at a fair .rice I will give
you a clear deed for tho land; if you
can't do Ihe work conio and see me, I
may tiud some one who will do it lor
Ten acres for M0 00
" 600 00
" " 7o0 00
" " " 2500 00
Several small tracts well improved
aud adjoining the city, for sale at
FA KM LA.VIM,
10 acres, wild 4 600 (If
80 " irnnrov'd ICOO IX)
1'iO ' ' . UOOO W
160 " 1 5000 OO
200 ' " 6200 00
240 " " 6000 00
Finest stock farm iu Cass county
$16000, long li me aud low rate of in
terest. 160 acres, wild $2500
160 " - 2800
80 " I2u0
W " 3200
160 acres, wild, ltep. V'y (cash) $looi
C'or. lot S bl'ksfroin shops (cheap)$ljik
1 " 3 " " n:,
2 " S " " it,
S tor " 2 " " " AU,
1 " 4 " " 175
S cor " 2 " " 150
2 " " 2i. 6th afreet f finei aoo
2 " " Picnic Hill " VOO
H" " Washington ave" 350
" 1 bl'k from 3Iaiu st eitra 400
Improved citv real cstalo iu abun
dance. I can find what you want in
this lino if ou will call and see me.
Busineas liouees and lots for sale
at much lower figures than will Ij
asked six mirths hence
Stores audjlweilings reu ed nu
rent, rents prooitly collecteti.
If you don't st-e what )ou w
this column confe and asVsfor
Office onen nearlvV V
6 to 8.
sra. Mary Sporer in Mt. rteaaant
, rrues northeast of weericg w
eoiaty. the followiug persoualr
Oomare aud eolt. 17 ewi,rv
te t, 13 yearlings. 2 heifers, f
els U corn, one wagon and a fl
lm4emeuts. Terms, sum tu-7
abv ever isQ. uum m-intb'
Um tslwCU city hu wjw
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