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PLATTSMOlJTir. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 2t 1888.
VOLUME XXir. NUMIiKK
$2.00 I'KIi. ANNUM.
Tills powder never varies. A marvel of pur
ity, Htrcngt l and wliolesomcness, .More eco
uouiical t li:iu the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
rohl In eoiiietitim witli the multitude of low
tent, short weight alum or phosphate powders.
Hold onlv in e .lis. Hovl, liAKINO I'OWDEB
Co.. 100 Wall St. New York. 3!H48
CI ASH LODOit No. IK!. 1 O. O. F. Meets
'every Tuesday evening of each week. All
transient brothers arc rcrpectf ully Invited to
IILATTMOUTII ENCAMPMENT No.3.1.0.
O. 1'".. meet every alternate Friday iu
each month in the Masonic Jlall. isit my
Brothers are invited to attend.
mitlO LODOE NO. HI. A. (). U. W. Meets
every altcrnat Friday evening at Iv. of 1.
hall. Transient brothers are respectfully in
vited toaitend. F.J. Morgan, MasterWorkman ;
' li. S. Uarstow. Foreinan ; Frank Brown, Over
Peer ; I. Howen, (luide; Oeoige Housworth.
Keeorder ; l. .). Johnson. Financier j Wah.
Smith. Receiver ; M. Maybright. Fart M. W. ;
Jack Daughterly, Inside Guard.
C1ASS CAJ11' NO. :v.i, MODERN WOODMEN
' of America Meets second and fourth Mon
day evening at K. of P. hall. All transient
brothers are requested to meet, with us. I.. A.
Newcomer, Venerable Consul ; ;. K, Nile;",
Worthy Adviser ; S. O. Wilde, Banker ; W. A.
1ILATTSMO UTll LODOE NO. 8, A. O. U. W.
Meets every alternate Friday evening at
liockwood hall at h o'clock. All transient broth
ers are respectfully invited to attend. L. S.
Larson, M. W. ; F. Boyd, Foreman: S. C.
Wilde, Recorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
1L ATI'S MOUTH LOIJUE NO.C. A. F. & A.M.
Meets on the lirt and third Mondays of
each month at their hall. Ait transient broth
ers are cordially invited to meet with us.
J. (.:. Kkhkv, W. m.
Wm. Hays. Sec retary.
VEBIUSKA CII A PTE It. NO. .1. It. A. M.
i-' Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each
month at Mason' Hall. Transcknt brothers
are invited to meet with us.
F. E. Whitk, II. P.
"Wm. Hays, Secretary.
MT. ZION COM MA OAKY, NO. 5. K. T.
Meet first and third Wednesday night of
each month at Maso Vs hall. Visiting brothers
are cordially iuvited to meet willi us.
Wm. Hays, Kec. F. E. Whitk, E. C.
CASS fOC NCI L NO lff.'l, KOY'AL MJCANUM
meet" I he second and fourth Mondays of
tacb mouth at Arcanum Hall.
ll. N. (ii.KXN, Kegent.
P. C. Minor. Secretary.
McCONlHIE POST 45 C. A. R.
.1. W Johnson Commander,
(3. S. Twiss Senior Vice
V. A. 1? at its Junior " "
Oro. Nii ks Adjutant.
HXNKY Sl'KKMillT . M.
Mai.on Dixon Oflieerof the Day.
Charlks 1mm " " OuarU
Asbkrsii.v Fitv. Sergt Major.
J A:o! (iiibhi.kma.v. . ..(Quarter Master Sergt.
1.. C. Ci utis Post Chaplain
Meeting Saturday evening
PLATTS MOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
1st. Vice President
2nd Yiee President
Kobt. 15 Windham
A. I?. Todd
F. It. Outhinan
J. C. Kichev. F. K. White, J.C.Patterson,
J. A. Conner, 15. Elson, C. W. Sherman, F. Gor
d t, J. V. W t ckb.ich.
ATTOKX EY'S AT LAW.
JAR. S. MATHEWS. Attorney at Law. Office
over Peter Merle's store, north side of
M ln bet we an 5th and 6th streets.
N. SULLIVAN. Attorney at Law. WU1
II, (jive prompt attention to all business in
trusted to him. Office in Union Block, East
side. Flattsmouth. Neb.
K. B. Wimmiam, John A. Da vies,
Ntary Public. Notary Public.
A.ttornoys - at - Law.
Office over P.ank of Cas County.
Pl,AtTSMH'TH, - - NeDUASKA
Having this tlay soltl my stock
of Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, etc.,
to "Messrs. Urekcnteld. 6z AVeid
inaii, T would respectfully and ear
nestly ask that all those in my debt
come lonvard promptly and settle
their accounts; as it will he neces
sary lor me to close up my business
as speedily as possible before en
"arrin" in other pursuits. I also
take this occasion to thank the
public, both in the city and county,
for the very liberal patronage giv
en me during the tin e I have been
eno-an-ed in business here, and hope
O J A
the same will be extended to my
successors. J NO. II. COX.
A THRIVING LITTLE CITY.
A Graphic Description of tho New
Town of Union.
I!V TIM TIlfMMKK.
Union, like a rose bud, wrcatlieil in
green corolla, us u sparkling gem nestled
in garnet, jaHper, or beryl, 14 miles north
oust of Nebraska City, on the M. P. rail
road, occupies the centre of an agricul
tural ureat hat encircles many square miles,
tho surface of which is almost as level
and unbroken as the fabled lochs of Scot
land or the marvelous silver of the stor
ried I'hiue und has a soil as deep and
rieli as the mighty Maker, who rules
above the cedars and stars, ever plaster
ed on the rock-ribbed sides of the old
planet. In the center of such a country
as this, now growning under the weight
of a crop so prolific, that the myraids of
Chine bugs gorged their little stomachs
in vain to devour it, but to no avail, the
average yield of corn is found to be up
with (if not uhead) of any locality in this
Union is a very youthful town. On
what was a few months ago a trackless
prairie, stands a little village of no mean
dimensions, containing two dry good
stores, two grocery stores, two barber
shops, two blacksmith shops, one hotel,
one lumber yard, one billard hall, two
drug stores, one jewelry store, one hard
ware store, one harness shop, one impli
ment house, one meat market, one con
fectionary store, two grain eleyators, de
pot, one bank of exchange, carpenter
shop und near by is a steam saw mill,
where the very best of lumber is being
made from the abundant supply of tim
ber along the beautiful stream of Weep
ing Water. An endless supply of number
one building stone is near at Viand. Two
quarries are running in full blast, owned
by two energetic business men, Messrs.
Lynn & Grover.
On the near suberbs is a happy little
cluster of handsome cottages, intermingl
ed here and there with fine and handsome
residences. Some are building and others
are making preparations, while up from
the "bee hive" burg arises one constaut
hum of industry, all caused by the con
tinual push of business men.
She has a class of business men that
she ought to be proud of. They are all
old timers and all in for improvements,
and rank up somewhat as follows: C. II.
Jaquctt, jewelr; M. U. Thomas, hardware;
Itose & Lymauu, dry goods and grocer
ies; Bently & Rogers, druggists; ,.
Bowers, harness maker; Thomas & Slader,
druggists; Paddock & Lanhrem, imple
ment dealers; G. E. McDennid, barber;
A. 11. Smith, barber; Wm. Wolfe, black
smith; Lynn 6c Barnum, lumber dealers:
A. M. Lynn, grain dealer; Hill & Schm
inke, grain dealers; Smith & Smith,
meat market; It. II. Franz, an extensive
dealer in dry goods, boots and sho s;
Mr. Franz is also the efficient postmushr
of Union, which capacity he fills to the
satisfaction of all. The M. D.s of Un
ion, who are capable of handling the pill
bag and dishing out powders for the ail
ments of humanity, are Doctors Wallace,
Thomas and Davis. G. JT. Laltue,
blacksmith; John Martin runs the steam
saw mill just north of town.
Two churches are now in the course of
construction by the Baptists and Presby
teiians respectively. A new school house
is also talked of.
A. It. Smith is proprietor of the Union
Hotel, where the weary traveler finds rest,
and everythink is gotten up in first class
Union's future prospects are most flat
tering. Of course she will never be a
Kansas City or Chicago, but if the past
reflects the future, it will be a nice, thriv
ing trading point. That it will is evi
denced by the fact that it is surrounded
by such a broad fertile country. Such a
rich productive land settled by a good
class of citizeus, all enterprising and in
dustrious farmers, such a people will
make a town in any country. And an
other reason why they are bound to suc
ceed is because they were kind to the re
porter. Everyone was ready to help us
in our missionary labors. A good stack
of '"Heralds" visits them weekly. Can
such a people fail in any enterprise they
undertake ; They could not in an age
when impossibilities were fashionable.
They are the class that climb to the con
stellation through much roughness.
ONCE THE METROPOLIS.
Rock Bluffs, Though Fallen From
Her Former Brilliancy, She
Rock Bluffs is not a city of the dead,
by no means, but a nice quiet little coun
try burg, f the antiquarian sort. Many
old mos covered buildings remain stand
ing as land marks of by gone days.
On inquiry we learned, that one day
Rock Bluffs was the metropolis of Cass
county. The people living there are of
a self contented turn of mind, and enjoy
life to the fullest extent of the word.
Among the business men of Hock
Bluffs, are A. J. Graver who carries a
full line of dry goods, groceiies aad pro
visions; Fred Patterson has a general
btore, and is the popular post master .
Below we give a list of those living in
and near town: A. II. Graver, John
Lambert, Thos Smith, John Farthing,
Jas. Walstow, Wm. Allen, Joseph Shera,
Wm. Ellington, A. J. Graves, A. J.
Itayney, Joj Byers, Ben). McColloek.
The M. D.'s of the village are Doctors
Reynolds fc Allen. The school will be
taught the ensuing year by Prof. W. W.
Curtis. Preaching at Rock Bluffs church
every two weeks by Rev. Brownston.
We found the political pulse quite
normal at Rock Bluffs and but little be
All in all, the country around Rock
Bluffs is up with the average. One thing
we think would be advisable among the
farmers, is that they mow the weeds in
the roads and lanes, as it would not only
add to the convenience and beauty of the
country, but would also stop the growth.
Following we give a list of new sub
scribers taken last week: JM Kissr, A
II Graver, A M Holmes, A J Graves, W
P Hutchesou, W A Pell, David Albin,
Wm. Eikenbary, John Clialtant, W T
Moore, G N Laltue, A M Lynn, Mathew
McQuinn, T M Warne, C II Jaquctte, W
M Stotler, W HSandy, Wm. Marks, S G
Cogli.er, John Yardly, Geo. Boeck, Wm.
Loughridge, W E Lattu, E Berger. Dr.
B F Brendell, W I Holmes, J T Totton.
Jacob It Valltry.
NOTES BY THE WAYc IDE-
Tuesday, Aug. 14, we leave the city of
hills and valleys and find ourselves driv
ing to the south in the direction of Rock
Bluffs. On our way we pass many fine
farms well improved. Old settlers with
pleasant homes surrounded with beauti
ful trees, fields containing rich harvthts
giving evidence of good care and pros
perity. Our first stop is at the pleasant home
of Ezra Samson, who is nicely situated
on the banks of the big muddy which
giye3 him a fine view for many miles up
and down the river. Of a clear day
Council Bluffs can easily be.diseei ned. Mr.
S. has been a IIekalu reader for ten
We next met Benj. McCuloch, of
Rock Bluffs, on his way to the Platts
mouth canning factory with a load of
corn which he informed us he was get
ting per ton for. It makes a yield of
from four to five tons to the acre. It
can be easily seen that a man raising ten
or twenty acres of corn in this way can
realize as large a profit as he who has
forty or sixty acres of field corn. Xext
met Levi Sullivan, Stopped a few
minutes at Wm. Martin's, a cleyer old
Virginian. A democrat of the first
water, but a good citizen, a nice man,
and an old time Herald reader. At
Mr. Martin's we met Mr. Wm. Gilmore,
wh o came to this country iu 18o4. He
related many incidents of pioneer life
among the Indians and told of countless
numbers of deer and elk that used to
roam the valleys and plains. Mr. G.
keeps posted on the local and county
news by taking the Herald.
We proceed on our journey to Rock
Bluffs only stopping for a short time.
We then drive southwest three miles to
John Carroll's, the light part of the day
was drawing to a close, and we put up
for the night.
We were highly entertained and shall
long remember the hospitalities shown
us. Mr. Carroll is an old resident of this
country, having lived on his present
place over 2-i years. He came to this
country a poor man, but by hard work
has acquired a snug little fortune; now
owning over 800 acres of as fine land as
lays under the sun. The Herald hau
visited him weekly from the first copy.
Wednesday morning we visit J. C.
Cole, who is another long time resident
of Cass county; having located here in
18G4. Six hundred acres is the extent of
We stopped at the home of Solomon
Long, but as he was away we tarried
only a short time. We then drove to the
home of L. B. Brown who had gone to
In our next we shall make mention of
Murray, Eifjht Mile Grove and others;
and shall endeavor to speak of all with
whom we come in contact from time to
time. Space forbids writing further
(Continued next week.)
Send your job work to the Herald
A GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
It II A 1.1. .V I llAlli, j
Agriculturkl Implements, Couilland Bnguie j
, . . . i 'i i ... i i '
aiKl JilUItlOlU WaOll. WOIMI I t
Bone Dry." sold ami Warranted. Main utivct,
between Sixth and Seventh.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
of Plattsiuoiith. Capital S-'iO.uoo ; surplus $11,
UIK). John Fitzgerald, President ; S. Waugh.
Cashier; K. White, Vice-President. Board
of Director : .John Fitgerald. K. E. White,
duo. R. Clark, D. Hawkswoith, S. Waugh.
TDK CITIZENS BANK,
of Piattsmout:.. Capital stock paid in, $5n.i))Nt.
Frank Carruth, President : W. II. Cushiug,
Cashier; J. A. Connor, Vice-President. A
general banking bin-i'ics transacted. Collec
tion receive prompt and careful attention.
I'.lat-ksinitli and Watroiimaker, DealtT iu Viml
millx, 1'iiiiii's and I'MltiiiK".
JOSEPH KIT Kit.
Hoots anil Shot's. Ueaii iik promptly attended
to. Soutli Side Main street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A complete uexort ni"il ' v y K'l.ii ; f I'.mI
wear and cheaper than the. cheapest west of
the Missouri Kiver. Also munufurtiii inj; and
BAKOKK SHor AND HATH KOOM.
1 lot and Cold Baths at all hours. Eddies' and
Children's Hair CuttiiiK a specialty . Cor. r.tli
and Main, under CarruthV.
Bread, Cakes, 1'ie.s, Buns, etc., frekli daily.
Party. Wedding anil Kancy Cake a specialty.
Ice Cream in any quantity.
Bookseller, Stationer, and News Dealer ; Fancy
Coods, Toys. Confectionery, Kiue Cigars. Soda
Water and Milk Shake, Piano and Organs and
S. & C. MA YE It.
Cent's Furnishings, Kino Tailor Made Clothing
in Men's. Boys' and Children's Wear. Their
prices defy competition. They misrepresent
nothing. Iheir Word 's Their Soul.
w L. HOLDING.
Clotli'ng, Furnishing Goods. Go to Hie o!d re
liable house for Hats, Cups. Umbrellas, Trunks,
Boots, Shoes. Main street, next Cash Co, Bank.
C. E. WKSCOIT,
Clothing. Hats. Cans, ,tc. Fine Furnishing."
our specialty. One price and no Monkey Bus-
mtrsp. it 3 iu iiauc Willi ll. nuutvwoou
VJ CAlUtCTll CANNING CO.,
Frank Carruth, Henry .1. Streight, Proprietors.
Packers of the Climax Brand Vegetable.
pON FECTION Kit Y.
U rillLLIH Kit ATS.
I mit. Confectionerv and Fine Cigars.
O. P. SMI til & CO,
Dealers In Wall Paper. Paints, Oil, Art Mater
ials. Cigars &e. KockwooJ Block.
GERING & Ci.
Drug, Chemicals. Paints, Oils.
F. O. FKICKK .1- CO.,
Drug. Medicines. Chemicals. Paint. Oil.
Varnili s. Dye Stull etc.. Kiue stationery.
Select Toilet and Fancy Article.
F. S. WHITE.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Notions. General Mer
chandise, etc. S. K. corner Main and ii!h Sis.
Dry Goods. Notions and Ladies' Furnishing
Good. One door east First National Bank.
DKY GOODS, GitOCERIES.
E. G. 1HJVEY SOX.
Carry a Lirge stock of Fine Groeeries, Dry
Goods, Carpets. .icensvaie. Notions, piiil
Fancy Goods, to lie found in the county. Up
per Ma'ji street, between 5th and 0th.
DKS. CAVE & SMITH,
"The rainless Dentists."' Teeth extracted
without the least pain or harm. Artificial teeth
inserted immediately after extracting natural
ones when desired. Gobi and all other Fillings
strictly first class. Office in Union Block.
Furniture. Bedding, Looking Glasse, Picture
Frame, etc. Wooden and Metal Caskets kept
Furniture, Tailor Suits, Upho'stery Goods.
Stoves. (Jueensware. Tinware, and all kinds of
Household Goods. North 6t! street, between
Main and Vine.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
.1. II. IK) N NELLY.
Gent Fine Furnisher and Hatter. The nKst
complete and finest stock in the city. Carruth
Block. Cor. 5tli and Main.
M. B. MURPHY & CO.,
The Leading Dealers in Groceries. Crockery.
China, Lawps. Wooden and Willow ware.
Flour, Feed.&c. Cash pa'd for country produce.
LEHNHOFF & SOENNICHSRN,
Groceries, Prov isions, Glassware mid Crockery.
F. Mi COURT.
Green. Staple and Fancy Groceries.
BENNETT & TUTT.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Gieen Fruit? and
Groceries and Queensware, Flour ami Feed.
Cigars, Tobacco and Ciulery. Riddle House.
Proprietor City Hotel. Terms, si.no pr day.
Special Attention given commercial men.
W. G. KEEFER.
Successor to O. M. Streight. Harness, Saddlery
Goods. Net", Robes, Du&ters, aud all horse fur
Hardware. Stoves. Tinware. Table and Pocket
Cutlery. Rasors, etc. Household Sewing Ma
chines and .Jewel Gasoline stoves. Tinwork
of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Main
street, Kockwood Clock.
J FRANK CARRUTH S: SON.
Alwnvs carry a tine stock of Diamonds, Watch
es. CI cks. .lewelrv, Silvei ware and Spectacles.
Drop in and inspect theirgoods before parchas
J J. PCHLATER,
.Iewe"er. Walthatr Watches a Specialty. Main
Street, near Fourth.
w B. A. MrELWAIN.
Watches. Clocks. -Silverware acd Jewelry.
Special Attmtion given to Watch P.epairing.
1 " :? Mm fe- M J'
Take Time by the Forelock.
ZDO -1TOT.DELAT I
Ol'l! GKKAT CLOSING OUT SALL
er mi ii
Wo aro -u.33.dor contract to opoxi our 3Tair-
Those who h:ive not Liken :iIv:uiLij;e
of the Iiari'iins offered daily at our (iivut,
Closinir Out Sale will regret it when we
At 60 els. per Pound, Worth 75c.
Dress Goods Sale, Great Cloak Sale,
Silk Sale, Carpet Sale,
Ve are too husy to
To accommodate the jfreat rush we will keep our store oj.eu
until 10:K) o'clock . m.
White IFroiit Dry froutJx
T IVEUY STABLE.
J-J C. M. HOLME . SOX.
The Checkered P,;irn. Livery. Feed and Sale
stable ; parties conveyed to ail part of tin; city.
Carriages at all trains. Corner Vine and litli.
MEAT MAKE ET.
H1CILAKU !.! L3TEI V.
Wlio'esnle and Retail Dealer iu First Quality
ISeef, Pork. Mutrou Veal. Lamb, etc. Sixth
street Neville Llock. Prices moderate.
MEAT MAUK ET.
.1. II AT T & CO..
Kill their own Cattle. Kender their own Lard
and Cure their own P.aeon. Maiu street-
MEAT M A It K ET.
KICK LEU CO..
Eggs, Poultry &e. We use o'.ly the best grade
of native stock. Oysters and game in season.
C. F. SMITH,
Merchant Tai'or, Main t-treet. over Merges'
shoe store. Complete stock of sample. Fit
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
MKS. .1. F. JOHNSON.
A Complete Line of the Latest, Styles of Mil
linery and Trimmings ; a'eo Children's and In
fants' Bonnets, to be closed out at cost.
RESTAURANT AND LUNCH KOOM.
Meals and Lunches sei ved to order at aH hour.
A .o Oysters, cijjars. Tobacco, Pop aud Cider.
Opposite Kiddle House.
Sample Komii and Billiard Hall. Choice Wine.
Liquors and Cigars. JMMarJ and pool Tables.
FK.VHM & K LI ETCH,
Sample Koom. Imported and Domestic Wines,
Lienors and Cigars. Only str;:.ii;bt goods han
dled. Milwaukee Bottled Lajjer a Specially.
Cor. oth and -Main St.
Q AMPLE KOOM
THE AMEKICAN EXCHANGE.
Ni k Cunninirham, proprietor Itnice ins.
Liquors a id Cigars. Pool and Bil.iard Tal.des.
K'ddle lloupe Block.
THE ELKIIOKN SALOON.
Win. Weber, proprietor. Manufacturers of
Soda Water. Birch Beer. Cider, etc. Agents for
Fred K rug's Celebrated Lager Beer.
By virtue of an execution issued by W. C i
slniwalter. Clerk of th District Court within
and for Cass county. f-braska. and to me di-;
reeted, I will on the 1"-Lh day of September, A. '
D. ISs. at 2 O'clock p. m. of said day, at the
south door of ihet'ouit Douse iu the city of
Plattsmouth. in saiil county, sell at pub:i auc
tion, the follow ing real estate to-wit :
'Ihe e it half (! j ) "f the southwest iiiar er
of the nortiiwtst quarter (U) of section niuerJ'.
In towt-ship t'.veive (li'). range thirteen (l.i), east
of thecth P. M.. Cass county. Nebraska.
'I he same being levied upon and taken as the
proper; y of Thoma J. Thomas. Defendant ; to
s t isfy a jiidmner.t of said Court recovered by
William L. Han is. Plaintiff, iigainst said Defeu
Plattsinoti'li, Nebraska. Aug. 11th. A. D.. 18.
J. C. ElKKSHA V.
12-5 Slierilf Cass County, Neb.
A thorough Lrerl, Polled Angus bull
calf, enquire of Judge W. II. Newel or C.
tf. Wm. Gilmouk.
n n n n rl n
II M II tt f I 1
ftrtJjrrt V IfkTftt
o flu uuiiu uuutpyu
ate Aug. 27.
make a Price hist.
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
To Alt Whmn It Muij Vonrmi:
Notice Is hereby -riven that we will on the
1 71 li day of September. Isms, at the town of
Or enwood, Cass county, Nebraska, between
the hour of in u. in. and 1 p. in., fell at public
auction 1 1 1 follow nj; deseril.ed stoek and chat
tels, viz : One i-ity male, nine year old. weight
l.dao pounds ; one bay mare 4 yenrs old ; no
bay mare : years old : one r i und white cow ;
one black cow ; one blue1' and white cow ; one
steer calf ; one heifer calf ; and one platform
lii ntr wagon ; all beintr the property of one S.
L. Anderson, and described as abov iu his
certain chattel mortgage dated August 1 1, lfw;,
and recorded in i he Clei ks olll' e of 'ass coun
ty, Nebraska, ceurinu a pi omiary note of said
S, L. Andfi-oii ot jp;.'!.:jn, to the Bank of Cass
Comity, dated August II. 18;, drawing intercM.
a the'rate of t( per rent from March l. lo'H7, on
which date --aid note became due. The condi
I timid of ahl moit'ae were, that iuMsede
j fault should be made in payment of said note,
j or any. part thcicof. or if the inortjjaeeH h' ill. I
I at any time deem themselves insecure, then it
should be lawful f-r mrti;aee.s to enter upon
the piemi.-e of said morliaer and take im
mediate posescion thereof, and dispose of the
same at public sale, and out of the money ini--in
therefrom to pay x id sum of s Siij.JO. inter
ests, cost, charge's and expense incident
thereto. 'Ihete still remaining due on raid
note the rum of Slx.;j(i ai d interest, and de
fault having been made under the provisions
of saftl moil g;'g, t he mortgagees will proceed
to make the Ka.e as aforesaid, the proce-ds to
he applied as coud it i"iicd in saiu nei Igaue.
Ha.nk ok Cass Coi.wi v.
'.Vi:;iiiiam & Da v ihs, Attorne-.s. -'3-4
P.V virtue of an onler of sale isued by W. ('.
I Sjkivn alier. Clerk of the District couit within
and lor Cas county. Nebraska, and to me di-
rected. I will on the liVh day or -eptember. A.
1 D. 1. at g o "clock p. in. of said day. at the
south door of the court house iu said county,
; Sell at public auction, the following real estate
j to-wit: The north h-ilf Cj) of the southwest
, quarter ('! i of section number twenty two (22 1.
; in to nship nuuibur ten (Pi), north of rang)
! number ten (10;. east of the tiih Principal 'cr
' idian in Cass county. Nebraska. The same be
ing levied up n and taken as the property of
Sa uel Schlottuian and Agnes Schlolt
, nun, et al. Defendants. to satis
fy a judgment of said Court recovered by the
, Connccuiu-ut Kiver; Savings Bank, Plaintiff,
against said Defendants.
I Plaitmouth, Neo., Augut 2?. A. V. ls.
i .I .C. El K F.N BA KV.
Sheriff Cass County, Neb.
By virtue of an rder ef sale issued by W. C.
S'io" alter, lerk f the District Court" within
and for Cas county. Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I win on the 2tith day of September. A.
D. lsws", at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day. at tlie
south loor of the con1 1 hcii-e iu said county,
sell a' pnbli.; auction, the fiI'owir t' real estate
towit : Tlienoith half of the fouthwest fpiar
t er of sect ion liu mlw t w en: y-1 w o, in townsl ip
number ten. north t f ranee number ten, east
of the sixth Piincipal Meridian in Ca county.
Nebraska, together w ith all the privileges anil
r.ppertances thereu to belonging or in anyw ise
appertaining. 1 he fame being levied utmh an.l
taken as the property of Samual hehiOttniau
td Agnes Sf hloitman et. al. Defendants ;
to sat if v a judgment of said court recovered by
the Conneticut Kiver Saving Bank. Plaintiff,
azninst raid Defendant.
Plattsinontli, Neb., August 17, A. D. lsg.
J. C. El K KN HAH V.
fflieritt Cass County, Neb.
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