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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1890)
OFFICIAL PAPER Of THE CITY AND THE COUNTY.
District Court Proceedings.
Although tlio court ban u t feettled
down to tlie trial of any jury c isca hs yet,
thojudulin b ;eu busy h.-arii! r :n I
dinpusin of mo'tiuijH The crimon:! cases
b:ive been parsed for tin prewi.t until
County Attorney Griii is prepar.-'d m
Ury nil of tlx in. Th - law " docket has
ibei n called im I many ruses et I wti for
ril. Tli.. following is. th ilispoiitioii of
" nvre important cuhm:
s W.Vitlluiu vs. I. C. Eikenboy
' T d th it Vhis c mue stand r
" vived i.i'tTie n one til Mary E. S. Wil
liams, x rnnix .
Willi u.i II. Col in ,n vh Tin- C. li k
Q ruilrotd etc.; cms. dismissed at
A.jti's C. C iroer vs J miM N. W'i'n.1
ford, j tc; J n .liiiivn'. iii favor nf lain
tiff f ir tin pos.-s.i..:i ot tin- proji.-ny
ment ionc I in jii iini petition, nl for
tli -Him of 5 cents il ni.a A. for wrongful
duti'ii'ioii f prop i ty. Mu'ton-to nt.ix
Cost sustained. " 'v
J. M. Sclin.ilb aclnr vs W. D. 'Jum-;
8 t for trial Timrbday inoiiiiiit to In trie i
wiili S,:iiii -llln.li.r vs J.jii '.i A; Fitz-jer-uld.
Patterson Mnruhcv S: Co V3 Jacob
S'-liniili'r, cuiiJ" continued on applica
tion nf pi lintilT.
. Willi on S V..t. is Me (j. ('! im-nts,
tt 1', c iiis'- dismissed :it cost of plaintiff
Vn'-i: Morten fc Co vs () iv- r Jaeolis &
Co ; II! '. to VnCate attai lim lit us bir
as intl i v '.' d prop, rty of Pmlina A
Iloiton is su.-t-iiued. 'I "In- court finds tin
property of P.iuliini A. II nton not sub
ject to sileli attachment.
Tootle llosc.i it ( vs Oliv r Jacob &
Co; motion tu dissolve attaehmctit sus
tained. Tlie cou t finds tin property of
Oliv-r Jacob & Co not snlj ct to attach
ment in this action,
August Landtircnn ys. The Omaha
, Sand and Sione Company ; .1 ury waived
tried to coin t and taki n undi r udvLc
mcnt. Etta S Clothe, vs David Woo, lard;
settled and disnus,. d ai i liintiff's cost.
"Lawrence S' ul I vs. C. W. Holmes etc;
L'uve jriven plaintiff (ill Monday to tile
" pi tii ion.
S. W Ripley, tc vs The M. P. railway;
dismissal as p-r stimulation on tile.
Jordon P. Sr venn vs. Tue H.nk of
Commerc ; def ndmit iveii till April
1st to answer.
A. G. Clin- vs C. B. & Q railroad etc;
"motion to make petition more tspepilie
- overrttlerl and d.-fend int r'iven till Mon
day next to answer.
S -hool District X G?. etc The
Phoeaix Insurati'-e company; etth d and
di-!mi.-3 -: as per stiu'ation on fil-.
Er i- stiiie pa nk nin vs Henry G-i bcl;
demurrer sustained nd d fend, nt oiv n
ten flays in which to answer.
Fi ineis X. G;l?-: vs E L R ed. et
a'; P. M. Wo cott appoint d ice iver of
the Weeping Wat -r hank in 1 cmtodi oi of
bmks of mhI hi ik S hj -er to fil'til -r
Otd-r ot tlie coin t.-- Receiver to :doW
'. full il'l'i f'e :ce ss to I looks to ill ) II ti s
to tlds !-uit Tor lh' purpose of preparing
Althoiijh the quity d x ke' wis not
1 cdled tin; f ..ow iieiitii-s w r." mi le
: I)f t!L- i' .U' t-iu hi V.)! i i -n o tie-:
Eiis'n Sr irnu k v- Hiram II F wl i;
Red m t q.i t i itl . 1 t mi' -f d fnl
ants in i j l ijj'ii n a'-eor linly.
Th i: no CticiP I i- (i V'. M iritM C.
II ilm S et al; d:t .ulr .' l fn I nits
CiM d. . 1
- Ti Hi 1 & Po l i v. Suel S. R e 1 . t !;
le ive if : v u ,d urn dT t il .M u 1 1 y n xr
Tin: I'n Ips S Ii 1 iv Win dm il Co.
v P-t ' P.'Z &K tn nil- Pitz; l f u!t
Of defendant- call (I.
, Ada M A " ii 'i n vs E 1 w ml E Amm
nan; .1 foili of d f n I oit called.
B. v' ;:' vs. S v -II -4. !i 1 t al;
-d I t i'- vv i t' tmv-r ly
M m I. v n x'
JiCihL I1 li'di.M t d vs. Mii-tin Kir
k-r erl; ! -4V v;i I -f n 1 l it Vi,' -n
ho- n t i i' - :is v r list a it r.
J -im IS Ci d vv Miry E Until it t d;
d -f -n Tints 41 v n I iv to an-vv r inst in
ter; ai 1 pi tn iff -liv-n l-iv.; t file
ami'H l-'l peti'i on. , -
Cyrus P. (Jilh it vs. Th W pin.' Water
hank et al; jl ition fur a nceiv r,
hei.-i'-iid s-ulniiitti d
Th- Nohle S -winir M ich iv an 1 Mfir.
Co. Vf. Jiiim S Cliz'ee i t 1; ftefault of
' def. ndants cull -d; ! trdiatl ad lit: til lp-
x pointed for Ethel OI .1 k.
Judije Ramsey lias issu d f orty -sev n j
nvirrfi. licenses up to date since Jan-.
Four new cases fibd yesterday and one
today . , . ,
" Mrs."'"tt today nude application in
County Court to he appointed ftdmini -tratrix
of the .state of Moshall D. Ab
bott, "dec-ascd; h. arinijpet for April 1st.
Tl'm cufl"! "f K ithley vs. Cass pi.iipiy.
A. U M-yi 1,1 v. Oassconnty a.vl L-e
M ivfi' Id v. Cass entinf y Weri PonS.'lidMt
v,l "and Th d to a jury t-dav. Th-s-Cuic
wro pili fr"Q tba orUtr of tbw
iViunty coiniiiis-ioners di"Hllovin.r the
claims of the pirtiea fr printing notices
of'Vjiecial election lat June to -tote on
tLe houd qucHtion. Mithew Oerin ap
pear d lor the Countv and J. II. ITnlde
nian for the plaintiffs The jury
brought in a verdict for plaintiff in the
8utn of $11.50 1 ach. "
About fifteen persons appeared before
Juda; Chapman today and twnre tliMt
t!i-y would renounci-alh iianee to the
'. riiiatl Kinpi lor and etand by 'TJucb
Sam." 'Thin lias no rutin ti.m with the
iii iyor ilty coinst as II 11 Cnniuir nno
llerr N:vill f 8jein.'d to lriv. nothing to
do wiMi tin; matter. Ficil Grdir whs
on deck ho vcvr, mid if Ids worthy op
ponents ir not careful he will bay; the
Attorneys E. H. Wool, y, J. II. II dd
1:1111 ami 15 A. Gibson, of We. pini Wa
t. r, S th F. Itiekwell, of Lllli-Vl'd-. re
in toivn today keeping u cl si; wntrll nil
their m att r in th distriet c un t. L. C.
E !o(T. of Loui-vdle, lookeil in on 4li
'li-tii( t r.n.ll pioieediniH toilay.'
I'll" '.Ve-.'e!ll ill s; ail Citll'Ini
Hiice Compiny vs. my F. Runte, it al.
dismi-s. d as per stipulation nu tile.
Fir-t National Il uik, of Weeping Wa
ter, vs. V N. S iyer, liiotioti to dismi.s
iV"-i'riiIed an I fl fend 1 lit oiv-il twenty
days to ans .vr.
. It Created a 3it of a Breeze.
in il :i See .
Ch uT s Francis Adams, president of
she Union Ptcifie road is q loted in tin
Washinototi di-patches 111 yesterday's
Bee 113 issurino Conyr ssiuan D.itsry and
State Am.li. or 13 nton III il lie would (b
every thiner'po -Mble within tlie scope ol
his oiiiei.d powers to afford the Nebraska
farmers such ri lief as they have ben
praying f. r in the matter of emergency
raiii rate:-.. On lii:h d f of his own roii'
Mr. Adams says he-will b in faVor o
I educing the tjtti a one-half.
This disp itch h .d the effect of creatit;;
something of a commotion among otlien!
at Union Pacific headquarters wh- 11 the
I'ltil it. One of them said lie f-It sati
lied that the situ ition of affairs hm
ei her been, grossly misrepresented to Mi
Adams or he was not correctly p.-poiteO.-'He
could not," said the 1 fiicial, "hhv
meant, a reduction of 50 per cent oil tl
'ocitl.rate in Nebraska, because theschef. .
ullo ff." t now is only 2) cents
Liiu'biii'eil from tin- extreme western pm
fion fit the state. Let us look this thii
squin-ly in the f ice. The rate fro
Missouri liver points Omaha, Piati
mouth, Nebraska City. Blair and Si
City- on coin is 21) Cents. that is
raised untiKyrti sttiicc the- first nieiiili
ftdy niil s wet, Avhere tin- 2l-cent clnn
.i-plies, and tli- inen-ase from tin? ii.
to the western b rder is only 5 ceio
This aV-l;ioes inoi'e t linn a 50 J per c 1
reduction in the 'ocnl -rates. In,' n"
opinion M.-. A I mis int -nd-d to conv.
th- id- a th .t In- would us his inflit iv
to secure a ut ot th through rate. th;.
is, iret th Iowa I'm s to make a 10 Cfi
rate fr..m the river to Chictifo, whic1
would bring the throui'h rat- from in
t' rior N' lir.iska j.oints down to 12 an -
1.) cents, the Tilt r t lnir th- m ixininm -
As 1 look ;;t it lh- whole thimi d-pi-hd-entirely
upon wh -tiler tli- Tm-H lines c;o
beindueed to tak hiiV action." '
"As sinioly 1111 em- riiencv rate is pro
posed." said an-.th-r. "I would not b
surpiNrd to hear of th N -rth .vest' rn
eoieeidin- wit'i Mr Adams" proposition,
and if it does, th' two roads cm force
all tin-others to,.. in th m in pulling in j oherti.Sher WO. d, 01 I'ornir
a 10, 12 .nd 15 cut r ite." ; I .. ...1,1
O d.-r kinds of Job P uitinir of
li llKKAi.n V ici s liirtit .m l work
jinir- ut . d .-al i.f h tor .
We wish o call your at ention to our New Stoc J Wall Pajier, Comers. Da,
doi s. Ci n r lMefeS. lioidi ls. ElC , Ete.
hy is it we can trive such bargains in wall paper ?
B -cause our paper is not third handed stock.
We buy direct from the manufacturers, aud it looks reasonable that we can
Any ere wishing to paint tlnir house
liefme they buy. We try to carry th- best.
P.ints lend them all, We are Kolo agents,
li9 di n wit
WEEKLY HEllALD: PLaTtSjC
Plattsmouth Twenty Years Ago,
Where the Hotel Rib y now stands C.
E. Mctteer, why whs bhot by Poland,
kept 11 old shed there for aii -ultur d
implements; the high school wus wh.re
Fitzgera'd's block uuw stands; there
WH9 only five brick stores on Main atrett,
ind no bridges or eidewnlki in the city.
W hen floods came the wb V-of Main
ntnet was sulmiergi d inA.. ater, celbus
used to be tilled to oveiflowing, and
I lei ty of Iosph t-ustained thirdly.
Th- population was 01 ly 1,700 in the
census titkt u ly (Jap Murphy. "C ip, as
he was familiarly culled, was our Mik.'n
brother, he lives now in Arapahoe.
Tlie B. tS: M. bhops employ d only
eiolity men, but the wages from the low
est. even the roustabouts, were not h ss
dian $2.00 per day: s-ction hands ot
the 8 line wages and very one wis tbi-.li.
Bed estate was tar higher tlnn than
now John Fitzgerald off-Ted Joe Sclater
$-!.0(i0 for the 44 feet on Mdn s reet on
which U V. M ithews and M. D Polk's
stor. now stand. John Shannon leftis. d
0 000 for th..' opposite corn :r where tin;
oo.-t ouice is. Th-Platte Vail y II .Use
'hat was built out of no old bo.i. cccii
iel the present site of the opera block.
The Urooks IIousp, the leading hotel of
thurify, occupied the place where the
Herold block now stands. There- was
seyi nteen saloons in the city, and every
rrocery store had it supply of whisky.
UiKe Murphy was city, muslial and a
j irtm r with Dick Streight's father in
di harness business. Mike is a daisy at
11 .king a set of harness.
Twenty years ago John Simpson
learned how to cultiyite onions; for fur
fier information usk him of his experi
ence. Tw-nty years ago we commenced
'mllding the pr tent high school so that
ayeleis over in Iowa miht be attr..Ccd
: consi qu. nee. of of our high state of
ivilization. Tw nty y ars aao the IIkh
ii.d was edited by Hathaway, the present
inpiietor of the State Journal, and Fox
Fdlilove edited the Watchman. Fox
.'as father of our present city cl-I k and a
wverof very reimrkable abilitv.
Twenty yeaia ago corn was 40 c. nts a
ushel and cattle 5 cents on foot and
eak no ib nrer than now. Was it not
' our fine buildings I would like to
those good old tini again pbnty
work, no poverty, prices ' oimd and
L t it be ri c,ord d that I am
irostoas Sc Wrheelcr
We are now p epni etl to
1; well-, any depth cleared,
rum 2 to M feet a cross. We
tse a boring machine find di;4
nd wall at the same time,
'or the first 50 feet 50 cents
ier Toot, each additional 10
' eet 10 cents per foot will he
i ded. We niake a spCcialty
-" sinking old wells, with
out rcmoviii,The wall. We
guarantee katisCation .
Leave your orders with
should call md i x amine our stock of
BILLING. TAYLOR & CO S M s d
- - Nebraska
3aS A, MAttCH 20,
We ;inrimuee an cxcejt:o:iully line
t' Divts CiuuJa in Iiiac 0:1 nd the
SILK VEILING S. '
STOC iv I X E T J AUK
Lailii-.i aud Mi-scs
ment and shuwing a larger
examine before b ying.
VVi K ib 1 l
Are selling at cost
d y cnons. nTfE-? orons in ai l latest sn.M)i:s, CA RrETS,
.II.KS, YZl.E-, SHAWLS. JIOSIFKY,
NOTION'S, 1MBB0XS. GLOVES. LA' ES, INDIA LtNEX-1.
I IXEN' II .XDKKirillE 'S. LADIPS' NEC K V.'E Vi'..
EM Bit iIDERIKU, HI1E (JO)DS In-CIIECIvS AND STl:irE, VEILING.
SII.K IITH. MILLINElir, HUrTONS.
WOOLENS. FLVNNE1.S. 'RL'NKETS. GIN(;II.MS rjilMV,
DOMESTICS A ED COTTONS.
Call Karly for Bargains
C illtJ f"lll I 11 V.-1
of joods than ha-
litii; of Snrin ficoils is ull ilcp.ti t
KTS, li I VA'.uS J,
imj. -.rti-a FAST JJL.VCK lt..i.-rj
rn -r Ve :.ave added maie
.in l hand omer imt
v. -r r
I) U V
ihair large iin
at the I)A VI ICJ1IT STOKE.
l.i;i.jr i.ii IJ I' l. l.il e- I I M. IS.
been .shown in ibis citv
meuti iiichulino; a cl).,ice selection
1 o a inot coniplels a::i attributive line J
SWISS JIL.MSTICiiKI) KMIiK(MI)HIIK
EiSC II (IS, Etc-, Lie.
room to ou ' Carpet depart-
1 w i -h it will p iy to
i- ti:i: l t.vcb to is1 v vot ii
-1 U i!;l ia .x t u J r.
Parloraii J ed n-jOin Sc-is, rst
trecse?, Sor;s, Lo ir j-e. r.rd
Ci'd and ixari'!1
Cor "Vf.iin ,; :-'t!i
,is ,-N,vk hi-foii ;'.)
f stiiot'J t, Ni b
TH 2 OLD FJELtAQLE.
Can supply every fleri.ind of the
Call and g;-t terms. Fourth stiert
Iu Rear of Ouera House.
A Pocket Ci-ar Cs.
Free to Smokers of
The 5th Zt. Merchant TaUcr
Keep a Full Line of
Foreign & Domestic Gool?.
'.'usnlc Your lntre hv Glvii. Hlin a t'sll
- SHERWOOD BLOC
v. ..- :tE.-t!eNH:..i Ket :'.! D -7-ier l.
r i it. LIJ iVi U LH
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