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IM.ATTSMOUTH. NBBR ASKA. TM URSDA Y. APRIL 7, 1887.
VOLUME XXIII. NUMBER 3.
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Only Small Cash Payment Required. Balance in Monthly Installments.
This addition lies near the BB. M, US. US. Shops aMljoiniiig' the city ia the Soatii, and con
tains some oft lie most Sightly Residence iLots fount! witlaln tlie corporate limits.
'ill toe sold before prices are advanced to keep pace witli tlae " IIoom." TIae strong proba
bility that the 332. EI. IEL 3HL will, soon establish a JFonaaidry near this -addition makes the
3Lots therein most desirable, IBon't let the opportunity escape you and. then growl at your
self nffarward. We have listed on our books Home off the Choicest Improved and Unim
proved property in the city.
it in our hands at reasonable
In the Orientnl salutation,
knowing that good health
cannot exist without - a
hc.il thy Liver. When the
Liver is torpid the Bowels !
are sluggish and constituted, '
the; food lies in the stomach
undigested, poisoning the
blood; frequent headache
rnues: a feeling of lassi
tude, despondency and ner
vousness indicate how the
whole system is deranged.
Simmons Liver Regulator
has been the means of restor
ing more people to health
and happiness by giving
them a healthy Liver than
any agency known on earth.
It acts with extraordinary
power and efficacy.
. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED.
A a general family remedy for Dlspepsla
Torpid Liver. Constipation, etc., I hardly ever
ue anything el. and hare never been disap
pointed in the eftVet produced ; it netmi to be
ulinoit a perfect cure for all disease of the
SfomscU and Bowels.
W. J. McELROY. Haeoa. Ga.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve-
The Bet Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sored, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It it guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents
per box. For sale by
SOly F. G. Faicks & Co.
We quote the following notice of
IIo worth's Uibernica Co.: "Howorth's
Hibernica Comedy and Specialty Com
pany appeared before a large audience at
Masic Hall last evening, and made a ipost
favorable impression, judging from the
hearty bursts of applause that were fre
quently evoked. The "Two Dans" were
so cleverly made up that it was very dif
ficult to distinguish them apart. The
songs and jigs were especially good, and
aeveral of them were enthusiastically en
cored.. The play fairly bubbles over
with mirth and wir, and the characters
were all acceptably presented. The en
tertainment will be repeated this evening,
aud the merits of the performance sbeuld
insure large attendance. Gazette, Pitts
Lo3T On the night of March 24th, a
saddle was lost west of the grave-yard.
The finder will please leave it at this
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Three Grove Notes.
Thrkk Gkovks, April 5, 1887. j
Mrs. Charles Carroll has been quite ill
the last few days, but is now gradually
f;Mr. G W. "Worley has rented a place
out near Elruwood, this ronuty. He will
move his family and household furniture
out this coming week.
James Allison, who met with a very
severe accident at nattsmoutn, a lew
weeks ago is out again, and is carrying
his shoulder in a sling.
Quite an interesting school meeting
was held at our school house yesterday at
1 o'clock. There was a good turn out
and considerable important business was
transacted. The subject of building a
new school house was well discussed by
the patrons of the district, and it was
finally agreed upon to levy 7 mill tax
and repair the old house, A committee
of three was appointed to repair said
building, consisting of J. II. Allison,
Billy O'Brien and Geo. Shrader. J. II.
Allison was elected director, to be quali
fied at the beginning of the Bchool year,
the 1st of July, under the law. Robert
Nichols tendered his resignation of the
office of director, which was accepted by
the patrons, and John D. Tighnor, Esq.,
was appointed by the board to act as tem
porary director until the new one was
A very meager treasurer's report was
read, in fact, almost none at all, showing
the financial affairs of the district. But
then it was learned from the directors
that the funds of the district was rather
short, as usual in this district. The
enumeration showed that there were 87
scholars in the district between the ages
of 5 and 21 years.
The citizens of the Rock Creek neigh
borhood were thrown into a ripple of ex
citement on Saturday evening by Will
Holmes getting badly hurt by a runaway
team. It was first rumored that he had
both legs and one arm broken, but on
further inquiry as to the particulars of
the accident, it was learned that there
was only one leg broken, and that being
near the ankle. The accident occurred
in the feed lot where "Will was feeding
cattle. The team became frightened
from the falling of the scoop board onto
the double trees, when they started to
run, and upset the wagoa throwing Will
out under the wagon in some way caus
ing the result as above 6tated. Dr.
Schildknecht was sent for immediately,
nd the wound was soon dressed. Will
Ilonies is the son of J. B. Holmes, and
many will be surprised to learn of the
young mas B accident. KIobt$8.
T OF THIS TIME PKOPE
Call and examine our list. M
figures. and we will Und you a
Over Bank Cass County.
Tuesday, April 5, 1887.
The following claims were allowed:
Maynard Spink, salary and exp. .$107 00
Cass Co. Eagle, pr'g court docket 37 15
F 8 White, goods to pauper 20 50
Johnson, Tutt & Gault, assessing
J E Hall, salary 4th quarter
Graham & Wilkinson, nails
J C Eikcnbary, guard'g prisoners
J P Young, paper and ink 5
J C Eikenbary, viewing road. .
W Conn, wood
Plattgtnouth Gns Co
Dan Drum, viewing road
Neb. Telephone Co
Chase & Churchill, coffin
W J Doty, viewing road 3
II Boeck, burying Wroth 17
James Clark, repairing and re
Oliver & Ramge, goods to pauper
JVWeekbach, " " "
E G Dovey fe Son " " "
Poisal & Spencer "
JI B Murphy & Co. " "
Wm Herold & Son, " " "
Skinner & Ritchio, wcrk on Nu
A V Robinson, attending Jansen
Gazette Journal Co., books 105 00
Eli Sampson, boarding paupers. . Ill 44
J E Hall appointed county physician at
Weeping Water at $50 per year.
O'Neil road petition refused.
Greenwood road ordered as petitioned
J W Quackenbusb, coal for pau
pers 28 66
T.Clark, coal for county..- S6 15
Allen Beeson, salary 1st quarter. . 250 00
Road petition of Geo. Shrader recon
sidered and allowed $15.
Bid of W. J. White for building all
county bridges at $6.10 per foot was ac
cepted. Resignation of R. D. Bailey; district
No. 47, accepted, and B. L. Wilcockson
appointed to fill vacancy.
Application of Stephen Hultish to sell
malt liquors in Wabash was granted.
Death of Mrs. Almira M. Jansen.
The wife of Peter Jansen and daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Metteer, died at
her home last Saturday. This sudden
bereavement cast a gloom of sorrow over
the community where Mrs. Jansen was so
favorably known as a devoted wife and
loving mother. The funeral services
were largely attended by friends who
sought to bear with, the husband and ix
children the grief tvbich had so suddenly
r n ss n n n
(1 J RW
Proposals forArmy Transportation
Headquaktfirs .'fpartmknt of t
f uii'K, Ullice of CU'f Quariermaste,
Omaha, jSkb , Sluieii 15, 18&7.
WEALED Proposals, in triplicate, subject to
usual conditions, w.ll be received at t tils of
fie until 12 o'clock noon, central siautlard
time oil Friday. April isili. 1S87, at which time
and place they wii- be opened in the presence
of bidders, for the trar.sport ition of si.e: mil
itary )tores and supplies as may be turned
over by tiie quartennas .-r's department f'-r
that purpose on the f liourmg utrscribed routes
during the fiscal jenr. co.-iniieiiciug J uly 1st,
1887. I. Between ttie freight st.-iti -n orneaiest
point to l"ort Laramie. t which l'rcitsiit can be
delivered on the Cheyenne & on In ru rail
road, and Fort .Laramie, v j. 2. iietweeu
Lusk. WyMiniLii:, on the Wyoming t'entre rail
road, ana Fort l.araiuk', W yoininu- 3. Between
Douglas. Wyoming, and Fort MeKinney, Wy-
mi:ig. 4. Between Kaw.in. Wyoming, and
Fort McKinney, Wyoming. .r. Between Custer
-ta ion, on her;) Pacific Kailway, aid Kort
McKinney, Wyoming, t; Between Fort Cas
per. W yorr.ing, or any other point nearest to
Kort Washak e. at wineli freight c n be deliv
ered i'li the Wyoming Centra! ri ro. d. and
Fort Washakie, Wvo'mina. 7. Between Raw
lins, Wyoming, and Kort Washakie, w yoming
8. Between Carter, Wyoming, and Fort Bridg
cr. Wyoming. 9. Between Trice. I.'tah. a d
Fort Du hesne, Utah 10. Between Omaha
quartermasier's detct, r anv oilier points
within the limits of the citv of Omaha, and
F rt Omaha. Nebraska. 11. net ween points
wherever required v. itiiin the limits o the city
of Omaha, Nebraska. 1. Between Valentine,
Nebrakn, i-.ud Fort Niobrara. Nebraska. 13.
Between 1 li&c ier, Nebraska, and Kort Niobra
ra, Nebraska. 14 Bctwe n Cheyenne city an i
Cheyesine quartermaster's d pot, Cheyenne
ciiv a'id Fo:t 1. A. Kuell. and Cheyenne
quartermas er's depot anil K rt 1. A Kussell,
Wyoming- 15. Between ShH Lake City and
Fort Douglas. Utah. 10. For transfeiricg from
or into cars aud hauling stores between lailrnd
depots and oilier onus at Ogtien, Itah. 17.
For tcan.if-rring from r into cars and hauling
stores beiwee.i railroad de. ot an:l other points
at Camp r"i!ot Butle, wyoir.ing. 18. For trans
ferring from r into cars and hauling stoic
between railroad depot ani other pbintK at
Carter, W yondiig. 11. For transferring from
or into cars a d hauling stores between rail
road depot an I et her poi.its t Rawlins Wyo
imng. 20. For tr.Tnsfe ring from or into ears
and nauiing stores bet een railroad depot and
other poin's at l'nee. V ah. 21 For transfer
ring from or into cars and hauling stores be
tween railroad rieot and other points at Fort
Sidney. Nebraska, 22. For tran-ftni' g from
or into cars and hauling -ton s between rail
road depot and other p nts at Lusk, Wyoming.
23. For tiansfenvng from or into ca' and
naulini; 8t-res between railroad depot and
other iHiints at Doagia. Wyoming. Vroposals
for transportation on any or all of the routes
above named will b received. The covern
rnent reserves the right to reject any or all
proposals. Blank pioposaU. form of contracts
and printed circular, giving ful information
a to manner f bidding. c.nid:tion to be ob
served by bidders, ana terms f contract and
payment, will be furnished on application to
this office. Envelope containing proposals to
be marked "Froposals for Transportation on
Koute. No. and addressed to the under
Signed. 52-1 G. E. DASDY, Chief Quartermaster.
BY VIRTUE of an Order of Sale issued by W".
C. abov.a.tei. Clerk of the Distiict Court
within and f.-r Caes county. Nebraska, and to
nie directed. I wi 1 on the adh day of April A.
n 1W, at 10 o'clock a. in of said day. at the
Sou' h door f the court house in said county,
sell at public auction the following real estate,
t0The north half of the northwest quarter of
Section twentv-nine (23) in township twelve
d") north if ratine thirteen (13). east
of the Sixth Principal Meridian, in
Cass cotmtv. Nebraska, with ihe pnvileges
and appurtenances thereunto belong'ng or in
anywise ap enabling. The same being levied
upon an 1 taken as the property of Daniels.
Draper and Viore Ann Draper, defendants, to
s.ttisfv a judgment of iaid Court recovered by
the First National Bark of Fiattsmouth, Ne
braska, plaintiff, airainst ald defendant.
1 Uttpinouth. Neb .M-troli 19. A. I). 18S7.
J. C- E1KKNBAKY.
Sheriff U ks county. Neb.
Iv M. lIARTIGA"
Attorney for Plaintiff.
n n c a
you have property for sale place
Proposals for Military Supplies.
IlFADQUAKTERS DKPAHTMKNT OK THK )
I'lattk, oflice of ch'f Quart. rinaMer, V
Omai'.a. Neb . March 2ith, 187. )
SEALED Proposals, in triplicate, mbjeetto
- usual conditions, wi 1 be received at this
oflice until 12 o'clock no' n (central standard
lime) on dales named hereal ter, at which
times and place they will be opened in pres
ence of bidders, for fur- ishing aud delivery 'f
fuel, forage, straw and charcoal, during the
fiscal year commencing .July 18S7, at eacli
of the following military posts and stations :
Omaha uepot. heyet-nc depot, Ogden depot,
Forts Omaha Niobiara, itobinson. kidney, D.
A. nusell. Rridger, LsriMiiu McKinney. Wa
shakie, i-ulheaue and Douglas, ('amp l'ilct
Butte at Rock Sprincs, Wyo., Va cntine, Ne;..
Jaisk, W'vo., Douglas, Wyo., Rawlins, Wyo ,
l rice. Utah, and the Department J-ih Range
at Bellevue. Neb. Proposal for wood, coal j
and charcoal will be opened a'urdy. April j
;wth,lMS7. Proposals for hay, straw, grain and
bran wil be opened Tuesdy. May 24th. 1k7. '
Except at Omaha depot, proposals will also be
received up to the came hour (central tiu:-) by
the quarte- maulers at each ta bn above nam
ed, for supplies required for his station only.
Proposals will be'eceived tthis oflice until
May 24th, 17. for supplying grin and bran at
Rawilus and Carter, wo, and also at Salt
Lake City and Price Station. L"tb. Pre'erence
will be given to articles of domestic produc
tion ami manufacture, conditio! s of price and
quality being equal, and Midi preference will
be -jriven to articles ot American production
Uand manufacture produced on t lie Pacific coaet
to the extent ot the eoiismr prion requirea Dy
the public service there. Proposals for either
class of the stores mentioned or for qu rtitien
1 than the whole required w il be received.
The government reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals or to accept any proposal
for a les quantity than tne total bid for.
blank proposal and lull r.ismictiocs will be
furnished on application to this oftlce or to the
quartermasters at the various posts named.
Envelopes containing pro; osals should be
marked "Proposals for , t ."
and addressed to the undersigned or to the re-specii-e
2-4 O. B. DANDY,
Ou-ii tennafter, U. S. A., Chief Quartermaster.
In the District Court of Cass Couuty. Nebraska
In the matter of the application of 1
Legrand 11. Brown, admiiiistrat-
or of the estate of J. McF. Ha- !
good.deceased. for license to sell JOrdes.
r al estate to pay the debts of j
said estate. J
Upon reading the duly veined ne'ition of
Legrand B. Brown, administrator of the estate
of John McF. Hagood. deceased, praying for a
liceHse to seleo much of lo's 1. 2. 3. 4 and 3,
aud the south-west quarter of Section 33 T. 11,
K. 14. belonging to sa'd estate, s may be nec
essary to pay the outstand ng indebtedness of
said estate, and it appcari g satisfactorily that
the personal property ot said estate Is insuffi
cient to pay sai-i indebtednes. and that it is
neeessary 10 sell the land described in said pe
tition lor that pur nose ;
It is there ore ordered and adjudged that the
hearing of said cuse be set for the 15th day of
Mav, A. D. 187. at my chambers, to-wit : the
oflice ol the Clerk of the District Court of Cass
Couuty, In the City f I'lat'sinou'h, at which
tima and place all persons interested may ap
pear and show cause, if any there be, why li
cense, should not he granted to said Lt-grand
B.Brown, administrator of said estate, to sell
so much of s .id south-west quarter, and lots 1,
2. 3. 4 and 5. in Section T. 11. It. 14. Eat. as
may be necessary to pay said indebtedness.
And it is further ordered that notice of the
pendency of the cause be published In the
Plaitsmouth I1erai.ii, a n-ws;japer published
in and of general circulation in sid County of
Cass, for four consecutive weeks next preced
ing said dav set for hearing said cause.
one at Plattmouth this 2th day of March,
A. D. 17. SAM M. CHAPMAN, Judge.
Jas. S. M tTHRWi, Att'y for Administrator. 2-4
ToEHwin M. Ward, non-resident, ownerof lots
twelve U2). thirteen (13) and fourteen 1 14), in
block six . in Thompson's Addition to the
Citv of Plattstnouth, Casi County, State of
You are hereby notified that Oeo Tntberry
did on the 9th day of March. 185. purchase
said lot. In this notice above describ-d. at tax
na'e for the delinquent i axes of l)72. 174. 1"5.
1876." 177, 1P7S. 167U, ls80, 1881. 182. 18S3 and that
said l jts were then taxed asn n-resident. The
time of redemotio from said tax sale expired
the 9-h day of March. 1887. On completion of
this notice I shall apply to the County Treas
urer for a deed.
In the matter of the Last Will and Tesl amen
of Josiah Horning, deceased. In Count t
Court, Cass Couuty. Nebraska.
Notice Is hereby given that on the 23d day of
April A. D. 1887. at the County Judge's, oftlce
in IlaltsT.nuth. Cass County. Nebraska, at 10
0 -,, rk ln 'orenoon, the following mat'er
1 1' T ,'eard tanl considered : The appllcatloa
-,V' ' Jinv lg to admit to probate the 1st
will ?nd testameut of Josiah Horning, late ot
1 lattsinouth. in sai.! Ccunty. rteceasei, and for
letters testamentary to O. J. Horninr
By order of the Court.
r . . . , RuusBir., Countr Judge.
Dated April 4th. 1887. 3.3
Notice of Application for Drugslst's
Permit to Sell Liquors.
To whom !t may concern :
Notice is hereby gjv, n tat the unders'rned
will make application to the City Council of
Ilatt-mouih at its second ret u!i;r irifcetluif lu
April. 1887. to -wit: on the wth day of sld
niutitn.fur a license cr permit to sell mult
spnitous and Vinous Lqur.rs f . r the year end
ing May 1st, IRK, for medicinal, mechanical,
chemical and sacramental puri cses at my
ulaco of l.usinees on eat half of lot ele- en (111.
u block twei.tv -eight (2x)t City of Platt-iuoutH
Couuty of CasR, Ktate of Nebraska
3"3 Will J. WAititH-K.
The Latest News.
Every Bee Keeper ttroughout the
county and State are invited to visit my
Apiary without delay inside the next 30
days, for there is bomething of the utmoxt
importance awaiting them.
1 nil colonies of Italian Bees. . . . . .$
A two-story Simidjcitv liee-Hiv
Section Ilouev Boxes 44x44. i.r M
retracted Honey for sale nt lSjCperlb.
Italian Queen Beea at $1.00.
supply line furnished on hort notice.
J. 5L lOl'KO,
r2t4 JRock Bluffa, Neh.
3Ioney to loan at lowest rates.
46tf ' Wise & Johxsov.
for Coal at
26tf. phoce office.
Onion, radish, lettuce, souash. tufnin.
and all other kinds of seed, by the pound
or less at Bennett s. 2-5
The highest price paid for
produce by Bennett.
Buy your garden seeds in bulk nt Ben
nett's. They come much cheaper than by
the package. 2-5
I have a few bushels of Clark's No. 1
potatoes for seed. They are one of the
earliest and best varieties.
2-5 L. D. Bennett.
L. D. Bennett h;u received a full sup
ply of all kinds of garden seed in bu!k,
which he will sell by the pound or ounce
at a much less rate than thoe in pack
A Union Piano, in good condition.
For particulars address
50niS Mrs. Wit. B. Pokteb.
I have some German Millet for 61
at 75 cents per bushel.
3t3 . Wm. Mirtexs.
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