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VOL XXVI. NO. f.
IM,A'l ISMOUTH, CASS ( OUN'l Y, N ASK A, IIIUKSl'AY. ATHII 17, lh'JO.
Si. .00 A YKAK.
LOCAL AND OTIl HliWltii:.
Tin j- had two inches of snow Monday
in iSminer county.
Tin; plasterer.- have fini.-ilieii their work
on tin l'i cabyti lian church.
Fred Uamoe is laiily beside liimhel f
to I ay iv r t he uiriyal t ibe Iit K1' "
h h family of boys.
Tin; lt.- of .Modern W'oodui-Hi will
give soci.il ut Odd Fellows li ill on the
evening ol the asih.
Fred liurki; has just opened up tlie
largest mill finoi htock ol run ia-t a and
buy wi-ijH ever oiK-ied lor sale in thi,
Tiktc wh ii freight left the track ut
Red Oak thi- in. .riling, which li layed
No. oVcr two h..urs and No. 1 uliout
UO iniDUt a.
Mr. Selia t' i r of St. Louis, the lamp c.x-p.-it,
Ims I (-- detained (Hi iiei'Uiil ol li e
illness of hid child. 11c will le In le the
la-t of tliis week.
Mrs. Dr. Humphrey pnbliely thanks
tile youno ladles ol Un; '"Ka.e lid il Kar
niv.d" fur mi kindly rcim in In rinC In r
with fragrant oil'ei digs of flow r last
The ottoman spittoon is it i at con
venience and can only le puichascd ot
J. II. Tina-h. r. Mr. Thrasher is also a
gent lor one nt the bc-t lutiiituie mid
piano ) lisb.-is . v r .-old iu this city.
Jit- wil. all and sic jnii.
.1. L Pol! I ips nf 5. en v ooel ami a res
idelit ol I'll' I-inul.t il in ihe tall, dajs,
died i.t-his holie- at 'Z o'clock ) t st lil.Y.
JIi I'hiliips kii- ii caicful Lusiiic.-s man
whose word Was as oood as his Imnd, he
will lie "".really llii-.-iel by th people ol
Tile ne'.v cl sk f r tlie Hil y hotel Came
in yc-.sieid.i : it i- a line oik with inii
lor Mill places foi husisn ss c uds, wlml
Mr. Avery is h-vin; ex'-cuted in u styh
in kt-epiiiij; vith the tinish of tin- desk
It is a hiiintsoine pi. ce of furniture inn:
will add to tlie iiopear inc.- ol the otli- e
Th1 Iv ilend -r K irnival wis a rrcat suc
cess la-t c yeiiii.inr . Tin; younr l.idi.s
not only nvttnl the sumr sum .f 121.00
but they showed Spl. ndid taste- in ilan
rati nis, having th nio-t Iteisitifudy
decorntccl hall we hive ever seen in
l'lilttSliioutll. The full repent has been
crowd d i ut lua Till t-ppiur in tomor
row 't lltllAMJ.
C S Pilli W' irs i broad inile its th
r i Slllt of I: i- sin ((.' in c ill - in 4 I lie I -bis.
from jail ot I'll oh s llelnns of (Sreeii
WOi-d on n. writ of liabi-as corpll- b- lo.
his ho:0'' Ju lice Chapurm. Mr. Ilelines
was nrr st-d nt the ins'atice of Win.
Lvnch and O W. ("lark of Green won't,
Hiid for wi.nt of a $;S00 imnd was s i t
to j ill h re 11 the cliarc of selling!
mortii ied (iropcrty II- w ut to Green
wood y st;-rd;y a free man
Ilirrv Tite, tlie l.i'O b nk f ishier bus
not returned though his fri'-ndr look tor
him on every train. Tin day In went
awiil", thete was sollle disonte nlio'"t the
kin of lieer li ou'it to o t. One nr-n
insisttiiir it oiiiht to In ('inci'-tiati beer.
Mr T ite. w h has a! wny8 la en faithful,
went nut niter tin Cinc innati and not
rl 1 liiivt any in town th 1 -li- f is eiiif ni
ill t 'f w.-iit t'- Cincinnati after it rathe;
than (lis ippnint h:s fri- lids If Was I U--to
return heie this m ' tiiiiLr. and wi shall
kb': a loo!t 011 for lion -I'l'l a'.ri;'
m inv fri -n is ironiptly of his univa'
when he n -rives
II. II. Vt'urnainan went to O.nalia
Mr Blo .l"l and wife are spending tin
day at Omaha.
Alex Clifton Pttun-d to his labors
with Uncle Sun this 111 rninir.
Mr?. Fr -d Mnrphv was an Om dia pas
Bender on No. 1 this mornim-.
M!rs. If. E. P dm'-r nee. -mo inied ti e
Captain to O naha this mointeg.
Miss C 11 rie Ilollowa v was called 1 :sf
this mo' iiiiii: to uttc nd tlu funeral of h r
grandm- tin r.
Ilarrv Ku'inev nrrived in town yeti r-d-iv
fr m hi- brief trip through the
mount -lins of Colorado.
Bertha Wise is at the ncr-d deliveiy
win do v tola v wiiib- Will S-r.-ight takes
a v i'-iti"ii "kin; for u me.
C. I). N"ble rani" ie thi- mornirg
from a two weeks yi.-it at Holyok. He
repot ts a 1 ir'r rtcip of wheat sown which
is lookiniT fin'.
Mi's Cbir-i Il-ov-y, one if B v-r
City's most poiaibir yoiin'r ladi.-s. rme
in bit ni-ht and will visit h few iliiys
with th family if Mr. Frank DivU.
B ' Miller whil working in thehopo
today had his thumb pinched no badly
that it had to b taken off at th- rtr-t
jnint. B l cill now take 11 fw days lay
off tiocl rtst up.
1 II UllhliA V
The Wctteneanip luildin in being
pushed alon at 11 rapid rate.
Tin- river has lieen f'dlini rapidly and
will soon lie back in the old channels.
The find, rof a .pair of cold rimmed
spectacle0, will confer a favor on tin
owner by leaving them at the IIkiiai.d
A freight train U tween Crestou and
lte.1 Oik wn broken in two this morninu'
a-i l then collided causing No 1 to reach
h-re at 12 M.
The chattel inorttraire trade has been
rathe r dull for a while, and the boys nay
th it th- county clerk is out in the coiiuty
rus'lino up business'.
T it' tin mis.in "H inker" lifts be n
det -lined in Cincinnati on account of ill
h-alth. In will orol ml .y not retuin to
I'l itt-ni'iiilh this week
T'i-"e surveys have b-C'n made to find
out the exact line of tin St ntl b-inan lot
on Main tr-t; luit 11s t'n purvey are all
a li'tl different no on s-i ins siiti-ti -d
Sh riff Ti-jli' starts out in the inornin
f ir (Yd ir Cre k. Sn;ti Ii nd, WicieiiL'
Wat'-r and N- h ikatc -serve import 'tit
pao.-rs for tin- count v ntnl district court
At t'o piactiee Ik's-- race 11 tin fair
oroU'i.ls. they siv. Sun. A rein r bioii;ht
until' i-a r in sol. ndiil styb. The story
that Sun had the thilnijis is not credited
E o;in. X,i 40uhich was lninif used
as a switch einiini last niuht went olT the
trac k at tin thr- e switch, and r quired
several hours hard work to get her
The Omaha Bee sent down to W. II.
Pickens fur some d da he ps-i-sed in
regard to Q nl Crm .ks campaign in lHTd
to bells d in an article on tie, life and ser
vice ; id t he lie id hero.
Tin Lire.t 1 iiiiihino conn-dy "A Pair d
Kid-," is to la- tin- a'tiacibin ut theoper-i
iiouse on Wi-dn sday, April 2'J. No on
should lad to see the funniest show of
Th.- hook and ladder romp my cane
fly;nj clown Main strict, at li.ditnint rate
bout U o'cloc k last night. On cnqnir
hi'f the ciuse of the coinnmtion. we
leon.-d they liH'l j'l-t heard of the fire in
tlie opera house of the laV before and
v"c t'i":r to on the nrmiml in
tim -. Iv ! Tiireb i kd.l, as dropped n
iln way and came limping ill at an early
ho'ir t!iis uiorniug.
In fiiiswcr to teleszr.ini, the body of
Mrs. Bit ki- wi.s t -k' 11 to ('hadi nn today.
M J. L Minor, who hud be n very
at' ut iv- to ; h,. ii cased d 111 in h rlrief
VI :t :illoll; US, Mill b-HVe Oil the Same
tr i 1 for Cn idr in. Th deceits -d h id en
d a '-cl h is If by In r k:n lly nature m n
1 o-.r.- il ih of fli lids, II1I.-1V of wh'illl
w- re at tin- d- pot to p iy a parting ac t of
Th- cann'mir comoany are in a fair way
for a u od str.niii lawsuit M ssrs. Guth
man, G uder and otln-r linctois some
time Hio advanced money to thcr conpaiiy
t ik'Hir a niortii'igi? to tin tns. lvc s
security. Fo 1 closure procei dinys wc ie
instituted, and now comes II. E Pdincr.
Wm. el.br. Fred Il-riiiim. Andy
Txvlor and lliirte-n nth -r stock holders
rs iiitei'v- n"rs opposini; the foreclosure
Be 0:1 and Root are the attorneys for
t!i inter V. 1101 s.
!- l:s 'V.U,
'Am O-boin his inov d into Join
Simpson's South i'ark resilience.
15 1 1 . k r Mari hv and wife of Cedar
C 1- k wc-ie i.i tli.: city ye-trrdav.
Mi. I- ia..' .Vil s w is a p'e-is-int call r
at lh.- llEK'.l.D news I cto.y today.
W. II Edward and Mrs. L. S'atl-r
were inairii d by Judge Ii ons- y today.
M.-s Oi'i C.i-s was ai.l - to risnme h'-r
duties in th - si !i."il rooiii thi- in nnii g
MissCia-a Me Cirdel. of GrnllHlOll,
is in t ! 1 . i v to las th" sTiii-st of her friend
Mis G 1. II. Holt. hi.
Aii'tl ii.sjs tie- li.ijipy pos. s-or of a
ten pound ojil, that .urivid at tlie Bur
ris ma' -sioii 1 i- night.
T. L Moit 'ii, passenger brakem.ui for
John Boron, i- uioviiii; i' to tile Mitvhel
house frcuii Lmcoln today.
S iciic -r Billings, mi - if PI ittsin nit '-'s
ol h st ci Zen-, is 1 i i el ino.-roiisly ill ut
hi- home in the south p i t of th city.
I. N. Prat! bu.-iness ni oinger for Ez a
K n-ali i-in th.- city today. Mr K n
ebdi's Knls will be hei e W; dte sday next.
Th' mi is. I ff rs. a "tor visiting his old
friends, left this morning f r Washinton
wIith Iv ' x-i'T's t spend his r.clining
lays with his Bon.
Mr a. Tli'znin. whi rettirnsd from
i-rontn a few days ago with her fis
t' r Mn. Gnt.tim in. started for her home
at Lander, Nebraska, this morning.
The only Leading ONE Priced
Moi 0 Styles to select
Opera House Corner,
Ii'ios Berln-r one of C .ss rounty's few
inhabitants that moved he-re in l5!5 has
just r -turned from S in J is Cdifornia,
wli- re he w 11 In-reaf . r iiside. We are
sorry to los.- so '.rood h citizen.
The Kalcii'liir Km nival.
Ei'irybody in attend nice at the
Iv 11 nival" Tu sday iii'lit hid but words
of praise lor th-.' in 111 igein.-nt and beau
tifnl appearance of tin- op. ra house.
The re were twe lve booths nicely de
corated, represi ut ing ach nioulh of the
year. January was repr s.-nt. cl by Mifs
Ila tie Fuliner, her booth wus 11 cosily
tur i-heil Norwegian cottaiii-; chocolate
and cake were the refreshments to be ob
F brnrary in charge of Miss Dora
11 rold in costunn : The b'-olh indicated
the frigid regions of the 1101th. Mips
llerolil's assistants serve-d cups of fra
grant tea nt the above booth.
Much booth contained a Dutch wind
mill with nth r decorations. Miss Ella
Whit.- in a quaint Du ch costume, was
in charge; confectionery was dispensed
April booth in chrg of Miss Kate
Stiidjeman, rssisted by be vy of r tty
iirls in fancy costumes, the colors r pre
s nting flower petals. Fancy work was
sold it this booth.
May: M-iagie Oliver in company with I
Mairuie Valh-ry. Barbara G bring, Dora j
Fiie ke. Ella Clark, Edn.i Admns, Will
Sia.ill.-m.in, Tom Paiui.-l. , Will Cle ments,
E l Stie iyht and Ch-rl. y Murphy had the
May pede niiice in c harge nd riyht wdl
did they pi 1 loi in th ir part of the pro
June, was the-flower booth, nil octa
ironal can-'py in the center of the ball.
Ir w as in charg-i of Miss E la O bring;
t his was ihe most Ixautiful of all the
handsome booths, b ing a pel f ct bower of
rl iveis; tin- assistants wtr - little girhs in
el dior.-iti- pajic-r cos'uuics, wh disj.-ens.cd
button hole bouquets.
July represented Be-becca nt the well;
the will was there and he eld oaken
Inicket was tilled with coo inv 1. monnde.
Ilebi cat wah nicely r pre cut. d by Miss
llattie L.th 1111 who prisielud in a In com
nig costume at the Will.
Vu:Ust, was n-pri seiited by a boat
dnssed up with sail- as a yacht, Miss
Flora Donovan gracefully presided serv
ing ice cre am on the edge of the beat
that made n 1 xci llent table
S pteinber, was a corn palace b coni
intily decorated. Miss Cora Way man
pr sided ani di-p. r.6ed popeftrn.
Oeto! r, w is a fruit booth containing
i-v rything iu fancy fruits from a pine
apple to a pumpkin, Miss Nettb Billance
was in charge; -die tin I her assistants wit
Italian ro-t uiues bein; a pretty couibi
nation of oranoe ani' black.
November, was a Dutch kitchen sug
gestive of good t Ii i 11 us tei cit and was
prisidiel over by Mi-s Myrtle Lithmp.
I) c ni'ier w is a haliy booth and a
tis'y pi ice it was with bias and baby
"Sixens" till yiu couldii't r.st. .Miss Ann
Living-ton iis-isfed by Miss Julia Herr
nian w re in ch-irixe.
Oil'- of tin- most ple asant features of
tin tv limb's ent-'tainmeiit was th t
iiv n by Miss Majors' kinelcrgart n class.
Nothing is nicer than bright well trained
little folks, and to hear thi petit M;ss
Dov.-y sino the Pretty 5Ioon, or the full
class of twenty thddren aged from three
to s- ven sinsi Jack Fr.-st or th cobblers
song was to have exp.-rienced a rare treat
that would have deliah'ed anv on.
Th- ent- rtainnvnt owm? t tho erood
nirn iseinent of the yonnu ladi.-s and m-sistan.-
f M! ssrs. G-hrinn. TT-rold.
Sh-; hrd. Lin. Ion. Stad'l'nan. Moore.
Ltvinggton was a financial and social
Thorouahbred Poland China
Broo 1 sow- for sale by Wti. Merton at
hi? farm five miles west of town.
w2t, Wni. Merton.
from and for LESS MONEY
Pr-- 'J -i;t Clv'aad's I'nzc for tb: tlir.-t t.--t )-
: -"::: h tln-ic iriou-U. Moitlu, I'll, x s-I Kay.
-ji . rit-.- : Au-rii.t -lie nttic or.es rn-Oj
:i:i vou. a.rte w! Iheni, I conntisfclK-ol tli.- i:
" I- ' 1 1 tii.'v- .! ymi'i a" Will ;i eve r. i I'.'i
.11 nt iv.r. i
11; !jey arc nuw so we'l." I.aetc.te I I-'o-l I.
.1.; w. !i. aad Is '..elier !hun iii'-.Ii. :ie- v. h'.-i
At il: Cttuiaet J'!imV. f these tnj'iu-ta u-.'.
v.'FLLS. RICHARDSON & CO.. tiurlin-tcn.
High School Notes.
Miss Olli Ga ia quite sick and th
interests of room No. 11 are looked nfi
by Miss Safford, much to the annoyum
of the urchin whose mind on niischiei
Some parties who are well known
without fear ef the law, respect for th- m
selves and with malicious intent, entere1
tttvs chool building and stole the bell
clapper. Boys if you had taken the
trouble to look in one of the cloak rooms
you would know how and why you are
known. PI-as- cull and Bettle the bill
nnd save trouble.
Tin building has been scrubbed nnd
we teachers ib sire to r turn thanks to the
board for so doing. The halls have bee-n
nicely dusted and rooms are clean and
The. graduating class were all present
this morning. Ladies obey the rules of
school and your teacher and avoid tr. uble
as teachers and pupil-i can't both assume
authority; r'-ni-mber the old adage that
t'o many cooks tpoil the broth, (not
Room N. 7 is c;nduct-d by Miss
Sloanak r; hr ntt ndinc last month
whs 30 and h r enrollment 46
Room N. 6 is in charge of Miss EJith
IlMnna; enrollment 40. avraie att nd
ance 30. When we have a visitor from
abroad, whom we d sire tog 'home with
a favorable impression of our schcnls
they ar conducted to room 6. It is con
ducted bv a system that can't be exceled
Room 5 is occupied by Miss Bessie
SI m ikr. S'i has an aeragi att n lance
of 33 and43 impiU are enroled, and is
on of our most pleasant teachers.
In selectins? a fl -et footed pedestian for
th coming tournm nt why not encac
our principle of room 13 The teachers
will b triad to vouch for his ability in
that direction. He pays no attention to
fences nor ditches but goes pell mell
hatleps ami with determination
On-- of our Tli ill school scholars, in one
of her m uiv i'11 moments, spied 'he pot
torn of som luckless chap's shoe lving
on the floor, eentlv picked it un and pin
ed it to thi w ill an i wrot h -low the t -xt
"What doth it profit, a mm if he train
he whole world and lose his own soul?"
Some mischievous urchin caught a
mouse and tied a string mit its tail, enme
to school and brought the moue with
him, turned him at large in school rooms
and oh! but it was amusing to see the
teachers hunt for the hiuh-st chair in the
house and climb them. Who says Platt
8TVutri te ich-Ts are not among the brave?
Some one, yesterday, came to school
with mind on mischief twnt, with his
pockets stored with shoemakers wax
placed a portion of it on the principal's
chair. He, of course, whtn weary
soneht repos thereon, he tat down q-de
easily but. ah I what a change, when he
trld to (ra tip. He got np. so did the
chair, we are awaiting final resalta.
JTJD CHZTH.TDIIIIISrS SUITS -A.T
than any other House can
ib'e at lbi Aurora f'unT.tv Fair, la 'f-i7, win
i. - Uilliva "I Mrs. A II. Ut.:l, l.:ea!.i'r.;i. N. .
ue very eit-K. uiio us
ul'l i; t t o ' l-ii i I'j
ct l.-iei-.ce.l I'u.'i. it li. !': ilie.:.. i. ii; -
ii 1 I f.ii.M. r it v. r. 'n.-.- y e:- " V.
the I. I o.-l I r '.: i' -: ! I .1 !t e'-.
U.ey ure s;ek. 'l!.r.-.- -i.:'. - . , .. --i '
:re U tle iioti.tr .I i.i.y i..:i.-i ' -ra :
Some one of the boys can-b-ssly set lire I
the baives on the ironnls and the j
ins. quinces are two rose bushes nnd a j
iCe maple tree were kill cl. The tree j
is planted by a loyinvr littler girl. One
vho now ships bem alii the beaut'ful
nod . And li tb did tin on ho started
the fire think that it would be the means
f de-stroyinsr the only obj ct we had
I ft to r mind u of one who has tfoti"
to rest. B.ivs before you do a wroiiinct
think w 11 as to what the conse qaence
Buainees Men. j
The business nu n's meeting for the !
le;ction cif ofiiei rs for the- coining ynr
and the iippointinent of cb b iates to the j
State conventiati to be held in Omaha '
May 20 21 & 22d. was he Id last evenins; ;
at Hote l Riley, and the le llowinr persoi s
were elected as otlic rs. Tiinoihy ("1 tK
PreS'dent. J. C. Peterson Vice President.
II N Dovey S'Cetary, John Wateiman
tre'iKurc-r.Exeeutivi-board Tim. thy Clrk
J C P t. raon. II N Dovey. I. D II nn.-tt.
MB Mntphy. Trad- committee: B.-nj
Elson, Jj I) Bennett, and (.'has. Ounimins
Legislative committee: M B .Mu-hv,
El Oliver and John Vat--nii m Dele
gates t i th" State convention: J O P ter
son. M B Murphy. Benj Elsnn. II N
Dovey. C I) Cuoiniins. Alt -mates; D
B.nnett, John W.t-rman.F Herman, C E
W. scot, and L C Fuller.
Mrs. Je-ssie Burk", if Ch i Iron, died at
the residence of John Mino- this morn
ing shortly alter three o'clork. Mrs.
Burke came to Plattsmouth Hliout tho
lut'i of March for treatm tit under Dm
T. P. and R. R. Livingston, for a coin
plication of diseases. Death was caused
by heart failure but tl.e attending hy
sici ins were unable to det rinine w hat
produced it as she had not be. n wfflictcd
with anything like h'-art trouble. About
ii o'clock Mrs. Minor went into her room
and found her sleeping nicely but when
they went to waken her at 5 o'clock, sh -.
was dead, h iving di'-d soon after Mr-.
Minor had Called. D C-!-ed was abenr
20 years old and it eb.ti'rlit-r of Mr. Mmm
receiver of the land otlic at Chad run.
The husband and fr". r.ds have been
til grMh'd lor and will prob-.hly arriv
t'Miiorrow. when it will b; d'-t.-rrnin-d
what disposition will be m id- of tli
Notice of Application for L cen..
TO ' HOM If MAY t o- CKkv :
Notice Is hereby eiven that tin underilned
has filed hie aiiplicat on with the city clcrl; et
th" c'ty of riattsmoiith. eliraska. fo- a l:e:i-r
to sell spirituous ma t an voie-us '- r f.o
th term ol one yar ending A-rii . ;t l--.i' a
hisp'acof b isjness 0:1 th- wt h i:r f !: 6.
ll.-ck 2. in s-ild c'ty in aoeer Ian? .. :iii lie
law and cirdliiauc s In f'.rce in ' A ! c'ty.
dlot V-.. : i iiKK.
Notice ot AppliCTtion for License
T whom it M Y c nc:: - : :
Xotice Is herhy 've-. Ui r t'..: ur.dersUne1
h file 1 his appoc i.'ioti v.I: ii :!k city clerK f
thecity if i.itt-r.i ;ui;. etraska. f..r all
cet se to sell spic! u k. !ealttind vlnou liquor
tor the term i.f uie v ar end!nj April SOrh 1891
at hi plar e i I liet-e s on lot 14. Mock 32 In
said cl-y !a a 'C.ir.l irc with the saw sad ordi
nance In lores i.i said city.
dies SrxcK Lxv.
in Cass County
show in the Country
010 ece ot Application far Llconse
TO WHOM IT UaY ONCKItN :
Notice I- In-n-liv iv.- 1 Hi it Hi uiMlcrvlncil
11 is llle.l hi-a'il e-aiiiiti v.ltli lli.e-iy cli ikof
the e-lty .f I'l tt t - i.niitli. Nehr ska, fur a II
feii' l-'srll sell itun's mall ami lii"iis I i (4 1 -
for th" term o' .me ar c-n.laitr April 301 Ii. IM'jl
at hi plat .if Im-incs on tin east lial' of lot
0. lil n k :ii '11 s 1 ia It v, in ,-ie-t-iii ihmrr w It It tlm
la A .oi. 11 lioln.es - f si In ell .
el li" 1 1 K li V Ml INS.
Notice of Application f jr License
1.1 v, MOM M V iM l ltN :
Notice Is lier.-liy uive ii t at I In iiiiI.''sImic1
lias li eel Ills apj.hc-itt inn wl Ii tie c-itv clerk nf
the city nf I'Ui't-m -mill. Nelir.t-ka. fur a II
c iise to sell -p'l it 11 iis 111 U :i:nl voiinis 1 le" irw
r t In t 1111 nf m e- year einlimi A pi il .'ii li . 18J
ut liU 1 111.' nf IjiiMin cm lot 2 lilnc . '.'7 111
said city. 11 iie'-einl.iliee w tli the law ami or
diioo'ees in Xoree la i-:ii 1 eily.
diet M. S. Kvan.
Notice of Application far License
TO 1 OM II ,vi a Y M M"lt :
No Ice Is li -reliy k ven lliat t' e in der irneil
ha- flic el liU A pplicat I m wit I lie cit y del k ol
tlie city ef Platt-i it , Nedra-ka, fur a II-
e. -iisf t'i s II sjiii It 11 11-in ilt :i i l i'lnii- liU 'ri
fnv I lie te HI nf ..'if yen r ei'il ' ii ' A fill. T! til 1831
at llH pi ice ..f lili-il'ie-ss 'ill h; I lie wi st lialfnf
l"t K'. liliiek L's in s I'd eit o. ;ii-cnrilai ce " Ittl
the 1 v ali.l onilll..lii'e- In f 'ic - in a 'lel'v.
cJiiiT. J.i.-n-ii .1 McV'kv.
Notlco of Applica'i -n for Llcenao.
TO W II M I I vi a v com i-;it
Not 'C l III-' eliy giell t I t I In llllileflnue'l
li s Died ! Is appl cation wltli the eit c ei k ot
the city of I'l t tsiii. ut h Nc-hra-ka. fur a li
eense t' sell sp.i It u ns mall inni vinmiH I Kjii'T
f. .r t e term nl i.rc J ear ei.dii'i,' A pn! 0')' II, IKl
at hU pi ice nf hn-lness K ' nf hit li.M ckcoln
saiilelfv inc I'.lalie-e Willi tin law anil nnll
ini' :- "I s id e; I y ,
illt.i N I Koi. I'H li M
Notice of App'ication for Icenso.
TO -A : At I I At . Y ID KKN :
Ni t;cv is I'd cliy 1 1 ven ' hat tin uii.leisiiiiecj
lias filial lilsilpl'lieati. 'II wl:ii tiie city clerk of
tlieciivnf l l.it -111 mill. N.ll for H II-
i-eii-e In B.il spirit iina in i!t and viihiiih Ijiju rs
fur liie t rm ' f year ei 'II M Apr 1 :;0 h ljyl
at his p aee e-f lmri 1.---em n' 2. Iil"i-k '.V. In
sa d oity in a -i: rd inc. witli the law a id nidi
nan.- s 01 fuice itii-al.l Cliy.
elir.l .Iohv M cm m.
Notice of Aophos'ion for Llconse.
TO Wll 'M I M Y i:n('KKS :
ct iet- is he eliy iven t iat 1 lie 1111 l.-isiineil
ha- filed liis apilie:a! wll III lie ci V ele-lK ni
the it .if I latt-inniit Ii. Nel.'r.is' a. fr ali-cen-e
'o sell -mi itiumf - a;t ami vliums iicjmir
f.ir ' h" term if .11.1 r iiiUr.i: priI3)ih lSiil
at his pi ce ef Ii ii-iness on the w si lia'fof oit
f hi cl; :'l in sa'.i city in acijordaiici w.th tin
law and ordinances in fuice in .s ti I c'ty.
II. J. Kl.IETSCH.
Notice of Application for License
Ci '.VII M I f i.Y k.nc K ; :
.Vol ice is hereby irivt-ii that the ini'tersli'ieil
h is filial his pplii-a'l'.n with tin city clerk of
the city of I'lattKiiioiitli. N teas a, f'.ra li-cen-e
to fcell sj ii it lines 11 alt ami vie.. us liquor
fur the tei ii. of one year emlin April 20, 1501
at iiii pi :ce..f husi es on t east a'f of lot 8
a. lObl-'Ck 31 In saul oity. I:i ae-orel.ince witll
tin-1-' w 11 u ordinance- of said eii y .
dm: . . i'u sM.N.niAM.
stuckh.'ld. rs nf 'he I'lattsiilnniii fi:n and
K'ect 1 ic liht e-'in iaiiv. of ila't mouth Ne
hr ka. 'at-e (e lee that a special ic'f'i if
all the st h ders of tin Pi. itr-i .1 Gt
ami '. clric Liiilit Omiuaiiy. o" i'. iina nith
v hrask ..liaf b.'f-i. duly ::': .. : .: the 8th day
of May. A. 1). 19 J a' tea :n a. in. nf sa 4
d iy ai tiii ..111 e ot the IVes i -lit of -u.i l O'ltu
p.iny, cuner "of fearl :.: 1 "Vi i.ti; s reefs Jn
the citv of I l;it;siimu'!i. 1 w- o-'iu 11 y. Nehra-ka
t a neiid the artk-l. . f i'.i.s.-rii ii!cn ofeiM
C unpar.y. :.t '.v!ll :'.i t.m aad idace A of S 'ii
-t V holders ;oe r ., i'.sl toa'teiil, the pro
D '-eil amin -il l: a a.: - re 0:1 file in lh ofilw of
he tires! I,;.: i -.. I ' 1.1 -a.iy It is proposed
o dierea-e ei, 1 stock all ft ill k t 'er
Olll'll III-:.i Iirl-wlt-cH;
'. I. ,! ; '; c. J. (1. ntCHKv. 1'ies.
!:,-':;.o.iIb for Paving,
S :-. '. : ..i r i I lie le -i;. hy th ua-iler-i-'
i ii 2 p. m., ay :th. V r nav
II -. p '.i.-.i-tril 'o. 2. Ch fric-'-, itvof
plat -:i.oi: :i ith -1. nx Fal'i lauite en fatid
on""!..: u e. lii'-a i n s. the e l -i 'ij rth -ut
3. too y :o .'.- ii.. ; .'- r ' s", j'-!i hi I to speify a
m ii-e pei : i;a y-idf rthepavii. c unplete,
w .rk t'- i e '. e--i i if-cor-'am?. w it i 1 1: licj
si'C.-i!' -,.!;.; - . : i.:e in the oITiee i f ihe b ard.
f !:' i V i'.:r.
i n" lime and place sealed pro-vieais
.v o he reee ved fo. rurhiuy: i i I pxiii-n dis'net
number 2. th street. with sandstone or llmestniie
V- r.- b- la;; aii- u' l ci i line 1 feet m 're or le,
ea h Id i t epe-ify a rl-e i er l ne l fuel f ir
-i rM i c-.inplet, w"rk t he toi e In nee rd-
ii' e with plans a' d se 10 atl"iis on fl'e In tiia
iffi'e ' f ihe mini of putVl..- w ii,s.
.11 Id. Is t be in nie up- prlu'el bla-ki
ur d-hef hy the b -aid -'tid to be accimpa'de 1
b a properly cert fle I check for th -ura of
.0 a a uir r.te- th it the W'der l!l gba
'ood a d suncle-it bnudstbit aiiib b'dder
.-.I'l perform aald wo k o rorilm; t contract.
Th b a-d re-ii-rves the il.'br t rJa tany or
11 bl33 and t" wave defeat.
.). W. T HXI1.
r b ilrm-ci. B-v rd Fublio ' oi k.
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