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WEEKLY HERALD: PLATT3M0UTH, NEBRASKA, JULY 17 1890
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TRICE BAKING POWDFli CO.,
DEATH BY DROWNING
Willett Pottenger Drowned in
the Platte River Saturday
THE CORONER'S INQUEST
The Corpse Discovered oy Ralpl
Kincaid and Hiram Robine.
From Tuesday's Daily,
A little before 3 o'clock p. in. Satur
day tliis office was telephoned that Wil
lett Pottenger had dropped deael up near
the water works pump bouse.
Immediately a Henald reporter re
paired to the depot in search of details
and obtained the information that Coro
ner Unruh had boen notified, and hac
gone up r.ftor the body, and that drown
ing was the cause of death, the body
hayinc been found at the edge of the
Platte river by some boys in bathing.
The corpse was brought to town aa
speedily as possible and immediately
taken to Coroner Unruh's undertaking
looms mid L-laced on ice. till at o'clock
iv in ll.i' ii.nni'r lo-Il in S,
v lse s oiiice eliciting the lacts here
inafter stated, and arrived at the verdict
JUJtUllS' INQUEST, JULY lj, A. 1)., lS'.'O
f Inquest holden upon the matter ant
-V' sf the death of Wrillett Pottenger,
Questions asked by Perry Gass.
Ralph Kincaid, witness, testified as
follows: "That he went to go swimming
and that Mr. Ilixon asked the boys if
they had seen Mr. Pottenger any place
down the track ami he said that he ex
pected that he was drowned as lie went
up in the morning and he had not seen
him since. Then we went up and went
in swimming and we saw him there next
to the shore. 'I told the boys that I seen
him there and Robine went down to the
pump house and told them we had seen
him there. When I first saw him he was
laying on his side head and his shoulders
out of water, the water was about five
feet deep. I think he fell in the water
right at that place. His hands were
laying at his side. I and Gibson pulled
him out of the water. He had on all of
his clothes except his hat, his face was in
the water, he was laying on his side with
his face in the water. There was no
tracks about the place that I neticed.
Ilixon works at the Dump house. I do
not think the body couia nave noatea
.... . . i n z 1
in where it was found."
Hiram Robine, witness, testified as
follows: "I was just started out swim
ming when Ralph Kincaid hailed me and
said that Mr. Pottencer was drowned
and I went down to the pump house and
, telephoned down to Boeck's store and
' then waited until Coursey and his cousin
came from town and then we went up to
where the body lay. Frank Coursey
went to the place where the body was.
I did not help take him out of the water.
I think he was laying in the same posi
tion as RalDh Kincaide said. There was
a current about four feet from where the
bodv was. The water was shallow
enough so that the body could lie right
m bv the shore. 1 never heard Pottenger
make any threats of committing suicide
There is part of a steep bank at the place
JJhere I saw the body and I think he
Qust haye fell off of the bank into the
Water. The place was about forty feet
south of the pipe where they get water.
I know that Mr. Pottenger was in the
habit of going up to that place to fish.
I think the place is a thousand feet north
east of - the pump house. I did not
notice any. tracks around the place. It
was about two o'clock forty min
utes in the afternoon when the body was
John Gibson, witness, testified as
follows: "I was the last one of the beys
to go up and had just got my clothes off
and come to the bank a9 Ralph Kincaide
said that he . had found Mr. Tottenger.
I run back and put on my clothes and
run up to where Mr. Pottenger was.. The
body was laying on the side and most
of his face was in the water and one
shoulder, and Lis feet was in the stream
about a foot deej where his face was and
six feet deep where his feet was. The
bank wus very steep. I helped pull the
body out and stayed there until Frank
Coursey came tlicn gat a drink find came
to town. I think he would float fed
J. W. Ilixon, witness, testified as fol
lows: "I saw Mr. Potti-nrr about 10 j ! nd expense of returning in the middle
o'clock this forenoon; he caiue :tst the of summer vacation.
pump house water works for the city, I have not and shall not renew or tn
nnd was tmi' toward the Platte river, j dorse any certificates. Fairness demands
I passed the time of day with him as l.e
passed and whin lie wt r.t down ovt the
cinder pile he fell. lb; L'"t :p
and picked up a stick and started
off in a liuiry up tov,u:d where
the water works company have their
supply pipe laid m the river. That is
the last I saw of him until I saw his body
in Unruh's wagon when they were taking
it to town. When he passed me in the
morning he appeared to be the same as
usual. Yesterday morning he passed the
pump house anel told me he was going
to take a bath; he also told me the same
thing this morning."
Frank Coursey, witness: "I was sitting
in the pump house this morning about
10 o'clock and saw Pottenger going up
the track and did not see him again un
til I went to where the body was in the
water; he was in the water partially and
when I got there the boys had partially
pulled him out. The water was about
six feet deep ten feet from the shore. I
think he must have went out on the
water works crib and fell from there and
floateel to the shore. The crib is about
thirty feet from the shore north of the
place where the body was found. There
are roots at the place in the stream which
form an eddy. The crib is twelve hun
dreel feet from the house. I saw no per
son go up the track very soon after Mr.
Pottenger went by."
John Stevens, witness, testified as fol
Ioavs: "Mr. Pottenger, and I, met at Mr.
McVey's between 10 and 11 o'clock,
Mr. Pottenger called me over to where
he was sitting and askeel me if I knew
that .he was turneel out of his home
and was left alone, and I told him I
knew of it; then he told me that he was
tired of living, but tliel not say anything
about suicide; said he would not pass
through another Sunday.''
After which testimony the jury return
ed vtrelict as follows:
"That we find that Willett Pottenger
came to his death on July 12th, 1M0,
by drowning accidentally in the Platte
river.'" L. E. Skinner, Clerk.
State of Nebraska, Cass county, ss.
At an inquisition, holden at Platts
mouth in Cass county on the 12th day of
July, A. D. 1890, before me, J. I. Unruh,
coroner of Cass county, upon the body
of Willet Pottenger, lying dead, by jur
ors whose names are hereto subscribed,
the said jurors upon their oath, do say,
That we find that Willett Pottenger
came to his death on July I2tb, 1890,
by drowning accidentally in the Platte
In testimony whereof, the said jurors
haye hereunto set their hands the day
and year aforesaid.
L, C. Stiles,
R. W. Hters,
W. D. Jones,
J. W. Johnson,
A. B. Todd.
Attest: J. I. Unruh, Coroner.
The testimony nearly all went to sub
stantiate the theory of accidental drown
The funeral occurred at 5 o'clock p.
m. Sunday from the residence of J. M.
Roberts on Fifth and Locust street, the
Rev. J. T, Baird conducting the service.
The body was given a respectable burial
in Oak Hill cememtery. The following
acting as pall bearers: A. B. Todd, P. P.
Gass, Jos. Gilmore, W. II, Newell, Thos.
Pollock and R. W. Hyers.
In the case of the state vs. John L.
Askms and William Sage, the verdict is
We, the jury, duly impaneled and
sworn in above entitled cause, find the
defendant, John L. Askins, guilty in
manner and form as charged in complaint
and find the defendant William Sage not
guilty. John Waterman, foreman.
Wherefore it is here now considered
ordered and adjuged tnat defendant,
John L. Askins, pay a fine o f ten dollars
and costs of prosecution, amounting to
the sum of fifty-nine dollars and that be
stand committed to the jail until said fine
and cost be fully paid. And it is furth
er ordered that defendant William Sage,
be and he is hereby discharged fromcus-
tody by the court.
Ii. S. Ramsey, judge.
July 12, 1890, Received of John L.
Askins sixty-nine dollars and seventy-
five cents in full, for fine and cost in this
action. B. S. Ramset, judge.
The grading on the "V at Union was
completeel Saturday, anel it is likely the
iron will be laid there soon, and the
work of completion continue from that
Cass County Institute.
Okkk kof Co. Sltt., Commercial Bank.
Weeping Water, July 5th. 1S!0.
To tin? teachers of Cas county:
I have the pleasure of announcing our
annual county institute, which will be
held in Weeping Water, August is "0.
The country and graded schools will
commence September 1st. This late date
for the institute will save you the trouble
that all who t-xpect. to teach in Cass
county identify themselves with the Cass
county teachers and pass the same t-xfun-
Toe well furnished nu ins in the school
buileling make it possible to classify the
teachers f ud coneluct several rec itations
c. f tin. cu mj. Iunr A iifirmfil fimrcn will
.... c.. oc.., ..v,.. ...
be arranged and those who complete a
three or four years course will receive di-
, ii .. . i r . r...x,
piomas aim ie excuscei iroin lurinei ui-
ttudauce Lyery teachershould be here
Monday morning and make the institute
i.: i... rt ; ic.;.,-,i
1119 UUif UU9U1C&3. lb 19 11VJW UWIUCU A.KJI
recreation but earnest work.
If you are
rusty in any branches, study now and the
institute will be more helpful. Hoping
that this institute will help us to do more
systematic, thorough and practical work
anel that all will heartily co-operate -to
make it a success. I am,
Yours very respectfully,
G. W. Noijle, Co. Supt
Prof. C. II. Churchill of Oberlin, O.,
one of the best educators of that state,
a large part of whose institute work
Prof White copied in his White's Com
Mrs. E. W. Edwards, of Elliot school,
Lincoln, who will take up the "Under
lying Principles of Primary Instruction.''
I have seen some of her work and know
that it is just what we need.
Dr. B. J. Alexander, a specialist in
Prin. A. II. Waterhouse, known to
most of you as a valuable worker.
The people here have very kindly
opened their homes and made room for
about one hundred teachers at !?:i.00 per
week. Rates at Ward's hotel, $4.00; at
Gibbon House, $r..00, two occupying the
same room $5.00 per week.
Mr. W. J. Monroe lias kinetly offered
free use of his livery barn to teachers
who can drive in each elay. They must
bring f,;ed and care for their own teams,
making him no trouble.
The Dundy County Pioneer, of the 11,
says corn is eloing tine these warm days
Wheat is ripening and the farmer woulel
be happy, if it were not that he is always
in fear that the rain, which is sure to
come,"will be tardy.
The following delegations to the re-
uublican'convention at Weening Water
Saturday have been handed us since last
ML Pleasant: James ITall. R. J. Min-
ford, W. T. Richardson. G. W. Young,
This delegation is instructed for Sam'l
Richardson for county commissioner.
Weeping Water, 1st ward: S. C, Treat,
Simeon Rector, Robt. Wilkinson, J. M.
Second ward: Jesse Davis, S. Fisher
Sam Coglizer, Dave Woodard, Wm
Third ward: Sam Rictor, Jno. Copple,
A. L. Timblin, T. Shafer.
Salt Creek piecinct: O.B.Polk, Geo.
Clark, Wm. Coleman, Wm. Johnson, I
Geo, Finley, J. L. Barton, T. Samson,
' ' I
This delegation was made up with re- I
specttothe office of county attorney
and is solid for C. S. Polk.
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
Board of Equalization met pursuant
and as provided by law. ail members of
the board were present and the session
was continued from day to day.J Hearing
complaints on assessments, consumed,
June 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 10,117, 18, 19, 20,
23, and 24 when the board adjourned
to meet July 7. 1890.
Durini? this timetho following errors
. , , . ,
were corrected and property assessed,
having been mhsed by the local asses-
Land of Matt Lanhan w V4 sw hi 21-11-11 S 40
Commercial Bank of Weeping Water 3 652
Land of HecrylBlurae, ne M 2-1111, as
Lot of W, H. Lagow, Pt., 35-11-11 assessed 50
LotofGarryTreat.Pt. 35-11-11 " .... 240
Lot of B Seibolt.Plattsmouth City, raised 240
Citizens Bank, Plat tsniouth, assessed... 16,066
Street Car Co, Plattsmoutn " : 1 ooo
Henry McMaken, Ice crop 300
Lot 14, see l-io-il, assessed
Horses in South Bend precinct, raised
10 per cent 915
Horses In Keck Bluffs precinct, raised 10
Nebraska Telephone Co, assessed by
Bank of Caas County, raised 500
A Baoh, personal property, raised 200
First National Bank, Greenwood 3.5O0
Bank of Avoca, raised 1,107
The following assessments were con-
ducted by the board upon proper com-
plaints being filed:
Lot 6 blk 56 Plattsmouth Cily, reduced . .
Pt lota 1 and 2 blk St; reduced. . ,
West Vi lot 3 blk 35
Lot 12 b'k 30, reduced
E lots 10, 11, 12, blk 3, reduced
East 4 ft lots 12, 13, 14 blk 32 reduced . . .
Southeast i 10-12-13, reduced
r.eardsley C'ark .v Co, Elm wood, person
al reluoeil I o
W !i lot 1 Mk ol. HattMix.uth city, i:4u.--
N !i loit 1 mi.l 2 llk 'JO, retlucftl
N i itrft I anil 2. Mk l: n-ilue-.-d
Lot 3 Mk .'i. reduced
Lot ! l!k 4. reduced
Lot 1 t Ik 5. ivduced
Lot 1 aiid (;, lik U White-V ad icdne-ed
Lot 4 b!k,o2. Vouair &IIay-r ad. redne
riiillil Klaus, iiel -olial pi'. ei t v
S i, ii" :i 1'11-lJ, re-duevd
Lot 4 i w L'" ft) U'eei'in;: Water, redueed
Let 4 I'!k4. Fh-wiii;,' .S: l!aee add W, V.
XV W Hull, pi-isc'iinl i ( j it ", reduc-?d . .
W i l.-I : MK Plat Miuiutli e.t
s a- ; ."l-u-i:;, i i'(iiic-i-d. . . ."
Lot I'ik 4ii, I'latti-iaoutii city. I. dui-fd..
No'.de- Hi-h lei: Moll Co. p.-i s uial ji' p -l ty
Let :i 4 5 (i Ms '' hlte's add latt eiiy
. . or.
Lot 11 1.' M;
PiattslMU'l',!! -lt irlll. -fll I'll
' " " . -
" " " . . ':,:
Lot- s pt '.' Mv i
Lots 4 f r, bk
V . j::! ! i( Ms
Ilk Kiiiiv. v'tid ilki-re
Lot 10 lk 4
Lot s :i. l.k s
Lot 11 I-' Mi s;t
i.ot s k i
Lot 10 bk 14
'-"t 1 bk 1
" lo 11 1l' b 7 1 take ail"
Lot 1 2 hk ic:
i,ot u ,k 4 s
Lot 8 o ik35
Lot 5 G ok 11
July 7th, 1S90.
Lots in Palmer's addiiion to the city
of Plattsmouth reduced to $20 per lot
Board of equilization met pursuant to
adjournment, full board present, when
the abstract of assessments were complet
ed anel the total valuation of Cass coun
ty for year 1810 was found to be $5,214,-
500, upon which the following levies
were made to meet the estimate of ex
pense for the current year:
General fund, 7i mills on the dollar.
Bridge fund, 2 mills on the dollar.
Road fund, 2J mills on the dollar.
B. & M. bondS mills on the dollar.
Insane fund to be aelded to state levey
( ) mills on the dollar.
Soldiers fund included in general funel
levy 3-10 mills.
The following levies were made to
meet precinct indebtedness:
South Bend bridce bond, : mills on
Louisville britlge bond, 4 mills on the
Pliitfsmouth precinct railroad bonds, :i
mills on the dollar.
The boarel then authorized the clerk to
put on the levies for the several towns
and school districts when they came in,
and then adjourned as a boarel of equali
zatjon on July 9th, 1800.
Bird Critciifield clerk of boarel
Judge Ramsey issueel a marriage li
cense today to Henry Elsen. ase 27, and
Mrs. Sophia Schultz, age 2S.
Plattsmoutb, Neb,, July 10, 1800
lioarel met pursuant to adjournment.
1 . i
I present, A. U. loud, ana A. O. cotter.
commissioners, and JLiird Critclinelo,
county i lerk, when the following busi-
I ness was transacted in regular form:
The following bills were refused al-
Geo W Hardin. Medical aid to poor....$ 12 00
A t - mino (niarHl'jn frkuta in Tlanpr f5ef 90 70
I Gibson, Miller, Richardson Co 3 go
I Fred Kroeler, constable fees 18 oo
Frank blander, mdse, to rat oiemme-. 10 uu
Official bond of Henry Stoll overseer
district forty-two approved.
Following bills were allowed on the
W C Showalter, costrshowalter vs Co$ 3 75
Platts Gas Co gas and electric light 6 05
A Bach, mdse to poor 23 90
F Goos. boarding lury 3 5
John Clements, coffin to poor 10 00
Jones & Johns work on plumbing 9 90
w C Showalter, judgment, case. Potten-
ger. vs Cass county 43 33
Neb Tel Co, rent of tel IT 40
fin nahtorlrinir rTit. fnr nnnr fi 00
Matt Gering. salary for 2nd quarter.... 250 oo
C D, Clapp & Co, mdse topoor 10 oo
, '.T'nZ Vn" , m
A Pin fir tndoa rvAAr Ifl Afl
j H JIal, exam,nIn in9aiie nudgard''' 8 oo
w C Showalter, clerk case " 8 C5
ABeesonfees 3 00
R E Farmer, fees In same 7 30
Wm Tighe 33 70
Omaha Republican, stationery 125
Geo Harshman. keeping poor 8 CO
Lincoln Pper Co, stationery 21 20
A B Knotts, printing 6 50
Frank St inder md9e to poor ask $23 all'd 13 00
G W Noble sal co supt 1C2 oo
State Journal Co. stationery 7 25
nalts. Joumal Co. printing 6 oo
Ell Sampson, keeping poor house 136 25
Kate Oiiver, boarding jury 3 25
John Martin, spikes 1 70
S W Orton, mdse to poor 27 45
Fred Kxoehler, taking child to "home". 5 80
Bird Critchfield, salary and expense... 21115
W C Showalter, costs "Showalter vs
Ca9 county 3 73
"W. C. .Showalter, costs, Showulter vs
Cass County 3 75
W, C. Showalter, costs, Showalter vs
Cass county 4.i0
John Lauer, keeping poor 10 00
11 HI BOnU3, UUB1U1UK JUIJ ..... a u
Ira Searles, bailiff's fees 36 00
S W Hitt, filling jail lot 30 00
A C Mayes, engineering forcompany.... 7 00
W D Jones, special deputy sheriff for
Plattsmouth precinct 6 00
F Burke, same s
Fred Kroehler, same
J as Grace. same.
John and Wm TigK bailiff fees dist ct.
32 00 I
F Kroehler, " " "
Wm Tighe. boarding, guarding prisoners C9 00
A Crittenden costs case, Insane man
The following bills were allowed on
the bridge fund:
t p johneon. tiling ...
Waterman it Son, lumber.
Beardsley Clark &Co tiling ..
rhicaco Luniber Co. lumber.
1 " I
South Platte lumber company..
i., i Iuvmiifrn?imiiitP:Tf,n m-
ut . . iv i,. .. i N..;'':
41 ; I
in 1 1 iijji hi niy .1.
h r.miir'.miv'thtirii j'"-
Chas. A. Vogeler Co.,
The following bills were allowed on
Wet-tern Wheel Serapi-r, Coplow for tlletrlct
No. 21 17 00
() J Wormian, lumher for llist. No 15 Jl 20
Graham A Wilkinson spikes, Uist No 4 20
J C Cummins, lumber, Di.-t No 15 1H 75
.1 C Cumminf, ' ' n 22 74
A Sturm, lumber for Di.-t No 41 43 31
The boarel then proceeeled to settle
with the county officers, a full account
of which w'il be given when through.
Bird Critchkield, County Clerk.
Mrs. Geo. E. Dovey is in Omaha today.
Major Cole of Pacific Junction was in
the city this morning.
Mrs. C. C. Pannele was an Omaha pas
senger this morning.
Mrs. II. C. McMaken departeel last
eyening to attend the W. R. C. reunion
Eleler Errett and wife departeel this
morning for Red Cloud, to remain two
Willard Wise is stuelying law witli B.
S. Ramsey, making the third student in
Mrs. Geo. II. Prentiss and sister, Miss
Clara Green, departed last evening for
six weeks' visit to Chicago.
Engineer George O'Neill, who has
been on No. 2: and 24 out of Omaha to
Lincoln, is now on the bridge run here.
Mrs. S. A. Davis and daughters, Eu
nice and Alice, departed this morning
to visit with the family of J. C. Eiken
bary of South Omaha.
Mrs. Wm. McCauley and daughter
Rose, and the two little boys, departed
last evening for a few weeks' visit with
friends in Galesburg, 111.
Mrs. E. O'Neill went up to Omaha
this morning whither she was called on
account of the serious illness of her
daughter, Mrs. Fred Short.
Rev. J. D. M. Bnckner, pastor of the
I M. E. church in this city, will address
I the people of Union on the amendment,
Friaay eyening, July 18th
Y. Jones returned tnis morning
from Omaha, where He and Mrs. JoneB
I were canea ounaay on account oi me
I serious illness or tneir daughter-m-iaw,
I wife cf di Jones. Little hope is cnter-
tained of her recovery.
Our natal dayhasScome and gone.
The eagle soared from early dawn.
With stars and stripes heroic dress
Perched he high with glory fresh .
Our native bird and Dative land.
We love to vere like Spartan band.
It cost our sires much blood and strife
Now precious boon entwines our life.
8o trained are we from east to west.
From north to south, that millions rest
From labor ceae, join with the throng
To music march with native sonfj-
Thus year by year as time goea by.
Our hearts unite, so eye to eye
We see alike one flag to wave
And thus we stand for country true.
When traitors bold attempt to trail
Our flag in dust, we'll never fail
To let them know a traitors doom
'Tis brief, in act with bullets soon,
'Twas God win gave to us our birth
And guarded safe our ship of state.
And by his hand he'll guide us still
O'er stormy seas a nation great.
A fearless band for God and right.
Of Saxon blood, Teutonio race.
At Plymouth rock there rest from flight
A nation born through blood and grace
C- W. Gbeex.
S. II. Clifford, New. Castle, "Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism
his stomach was disordersd. his liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and he was terribly reduced
in flesh and strength. Three bottles of
Electric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, ITarrisburg, III.,
jja(j a running sere on his leg of eight
n.o' forwlinrr T'aprl three bottles of
Electric Bitters and seyen bottk-3 Buck-
eQ's rnica Salve, and his leg is sound
and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O.,
had five large fever sores on his leg, doc
tors said he was incurable. One bottle
Electrc Bitters and one box Buckleu's
Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold
l ts - -r,n' A rn rr ctnrp
'Oiiii , ?mrmi."!i
i;5 n!&.ullO IkiUi. f-'
McCarthy, the IrUh orator, will a hires?
tin- poupi,.. ut Rock Creek church next
Sunday. July L"th. at 1 o'clock. Sub
ject, "Wines of the AncitiUK." Singer
will lie pnsi-nt to render some choice Be
lectii ns. (!lcctiot! will be taken to
pay orutnrV expense. He will be at
Murray church at s p. in. of nune date.
Subjict, "My ('tire for Intemperance.
I ! v order of committee.
is. Bf.it s iV Kelts
408 Farnarn Street. Omnhn, Neb.
:. . -'.st k - -
St'ciHli.sts in Chronic. Nervous. Skin
Consultation at ollice or by mail free. Metll-
einen senf "'ail or express xeenrcly packed.
ireeirom oosei vai ion. . tia i-jii teen to cure
;uifkly, safely iind iieniiHiit iitly,
NERVuUS DEBILITY, Kwrte:
niiflit emission, iiiivi-ioal ileeav aiii-ini freni
indiscretion, excels or iinlnle'iice, producing
sleeplessness. (leHpoi:deiice, p inples on tli'
face, aversion to society, easily discouraged,
lack of (.'oiitideiicf. dull, imlii for study or ImikI
ness. and finds life a burden, safely, perma
nently and privately cured.
Blood and Skin Diseases. fiXbA
I'llile ill its lef-iilts, completely eradicated with
out the aid of mercury. Scrofula, erysipelas,
fever sores, blotches, ulcers, pain in the head
ni l nones, svphileuc sole throat, mouth ami
tongue. utai rh.etc. permanent I v cured wher
others have failed.
fieult. too fi coii'-nt. Inn nintr or bloody urine.
mine high colored or with milky Keiliment on
standing, weak l.i-k, j.'.oiihi i lo-a.gleet . c lies.
on' ptly and salely cured, cliar'-es reasonable.
rPTnriTDP permanent cura ;
0 ( UlU I U aCl removal :ompleti- w it limit cut
ting, caustic or dilatal ion. Cures ellecleit at
home by patent, u nlioi.l a
moment's pain ot
To Youngand Middle Igcd Men
A 0 , , ii p Pnpp fl'u aw fuij-r.ecls of early vi
A U lu ulill' w hicli hr:n-oix-aioc eak m
destroying In i li mm.) and body, with
dieaueu ms, perinam-iii ly cured.
FIP RI-T'x Addict llio-e who have im
UllOi D ii llJ paired tlieneh es by improp
er indulgeiicies and solitary hnbits, which rum
both in in (1 and body, iinlitiin ilicm lor busi
ness, study or marriage.
Married men, or 1 Iiom- hi lei i i r on 1 hat happy
life, awaieof physical debility, ouickly ai--sisted,
Is based upon facts, First .-Practical experi
ence. Second Kverv rae is esoeclally stud
ied, thus starting ariulit. Third-.Medicines
are prepared in our laboratory exactly to suit
each cae.tlitn eJlccting cures without Injury.
A friendly letter or call may save you future
sulteringaiid . shame, and add golden years to
life. Address or call on
DRS. BETTS & BETTS
Don't Raise Hogs
to have them die from disease to which they
are liable, if proper'inesures are not taken to
PKOTKCT VOUlt HKKOsj by the timely and
reliable use of the reliable
Dr. JOSEPH HAAS'
HUG and POULTRY REMEDY
It Prevents Disease, Arrests Diseases
Stops Cough, Destroys Worms,
Increases the Flesh and
The sooner the system of the hog is fortified
against disease, the more certain Is the result.
Lo not wait until your hoes are past treatment.
W hat Wise Meu Write.
"Hogs have died all around ma at different
times, but your remdey keens mine health and
repays the cost in extra flesh alone."
Wm, Kkmst, Tecumseh, Neb.
I tlnd Haas'Kemedy is all a represented"
-ohn Mackav, l'lattemouth, Keb..
PRICES: $2.50, $1.25 and 50c per
raekage. 25 lb Cans $12.50. The Lar
fest are the Cheapest.
FOR SALE BV
2T. G, FHICEE c& CO.,
Ask tor circular coctainicg Tectimonials and
Insurance Proposition. Send 2-cent stamp for
"Iiogolney," a Treatise on Swir.e.
JOS. HAAS. V. S.. Indianapolis, Ind.
Notic to Creditors.
STATE OP NEBRASKA, I .
Cass County ) 5
IN THE MATTEK OF THE ESTATE Of
Frederick Kickoff. Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given ttat the claims
and demands of all persons against Frederick
Eickoff, deceased. late cf said county and
state, will be received, examined and adjusted
by the county court at the court house ia
Plattsmouth, on Jhe 17th day of January, A.D.
1891, at 100'clock in the forenoon. And that
eix months from and after the 17th day of July
A. D. 1830. U tin time limited for creditors ot
said deceased to present their claims for exam
ination and allowance.
Given under my hand, this 17th day of Juty
A.D.B30. B. S. Ramsev, County Judg
First insertion July 17, 130.
E. A. WIOGENIIOKX, Admr.
J. KOUNNAN, Guardian.
You are hereby notified that on Nov. 5,
the east M o the northeast M, section 21, town,
ship 11 north, ranee 13 east, Cass county. Neb.,
to sold for the taxes of 137 and prior year
taxed in the name of E. A. Wigenhorn. admr.
and.f. Eounnan, guardian, each an undivided. .
one-half for the yearls7. that thenime for re
demption will expire on Nov. 5. loo, and that
unless the said land be redt-en:rd from sucli
sale on or before Nov. ls.o, I. If. El
liott. aigIiee of the purchaser at said sale w ill
on Nov. C, isoo. apply to the treasurer ot tast ,
couuty. Neb., for a ded to aid prernif es.
K ct. Pilas II. ELi.ioTT.'As-lsnee-.
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