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WEEKLY HERALD : PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. AUGUST 21 1890
from Monday's Dally.
Ligtning struck Geo. Cook 8 house Mon
day uigbt, coming down th climinev,
knocking the lids of the stove oit ua
Btirrin thiiiKfljup iu general, and then
went through the kit :htn floor, inaking
a hole about 1 x 3 inches. A young lady
i cpt in the room vmere ...
wi-rn knocked fift'v fret from the chini-
ney. Elmwood Echo.
Contractor lleyiiold? of Wyrnorc is in
the city today.
Clayton Iiarber of Lincoln f-pcijt Sun
day in the city.
Mrs riim-lcs MfKiiUo is xWaU,1' rela
tives in Lincoln today.
Judge Stiles i9 taking a perspective
view of Omaha today.
John VV. Edmunds of Murray, was an
Omaha passenger this mcrniug.
Cary Manker and Col. Drake of Louis
ville were in the city this morning.
"W. W. Hull and daughter and Miss
Ilattie Chalfant ere seeing the metropolis
Wm. Holly, of Wisconsin, cousin of
Ttr.v, irll n.;u iu -iitinr rc.la-
1 1 IXl, HUilJ VM. bllia J , - e
Judfe Maxwell, of the supreme court,
t .H i L -n-;u;..-1 ,1. .!, t iiuimnn and laUlllV
S cutlir,iav "
G. L. lirotlieriiood ana wue oi wuiiiun
snent Sundav with their neice, Mrs.
The wife and daughter of Conductor
Weeks of Hastings, are tlie guests ot ir.
r and Mrs. Joe Klein.
) - Geo. B. Mann of Fremont, came in
f Saturday and will ppend a week with
his parents and best girl.
nhnrlw r,,.r nf Omaha, an old time
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Dlnt,.n,,,fl,!an i.-oq in fitv vSterdaV
' visiting Wm. Herold and family.
Mrs. Fagin and her two pretty grand
j daughters little Mary and Jennie Ritchie
are seeing friends in Omaha today.
Miss Birdie Irish, deputy district
clerk of Madison county, came in Satur ¬
day for a brief visit with parents and
Walter Holmes and wife, Wm. L. I
Browne and Mrs. C. II. Smith and
daughter were Omaha passengers this
W. A. Herron and his estimable lady
are in the city visiting Iiobt. Stewart and
other friends after a three years' absence
in California. I
tii;, Ttalle Kimball and Miss Lionbei-
nmol, , in rim ritv vesterdav.
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thp mipsts of Caut. Palmer's fan' ly and
w Mr. C. A. Yost, head salesman at Shi
vAricks Omaha furniture emporium, ac-i--iimnipd
l-.Ti is wife, was the curst of
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gr. and Mrs. Schildknecht yesterday.
Ed McMaktn went east last week and
w.'Ll mrtke an optical survey as it were,
of Chicago, Pittsburgh and other impor-
tPnt cities while he takes a month's vaca
tion.. CarlT.Sccly, the good-natured and
accomplished editor of the Madison
Chronicle, is visiting in tuis city lor a
few days, resting up for tho coming
ti, -Mr. r.i.ia Patterson. Amelia and
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M'lo-i J Vallery returned Saturday even-
in ""from a month's outing in the Rocky
Mountains. They visited Salt Lake City
n,.r tniTethcr with the principal
tourists' resorts on the Rio Grande. They
ff I report a delightful time.
Several of the catch basins were two
feet deep in mud this morning.
The lightning struck the standpipe
. .:At-1 -yT-f ftrpniit fr I
but witn no appieauic
deafen those near by.
Lightning struck the fine Elm in front
of Curtis Moore's residence Saturday, but
apparently did but little damage.
The water was over four feet deep in
Mr. Riley's grading camp Saturday, and
came near washing the tents and bedding
doyyn the draw.
T-e1 water and gas pipes were badly
jvered in several places: on Locust
street, north of V. V. Leonard's the
dirt is scooped out of the wator trench,
leaving the pipe bare six ieet m tne
Dr. Siggms had nisnorse ueutoa wire
fence while he went in to see a patient on
South Eighth street, when a bolt of
lirhtninr struck the wire fence looking
lit: a ball of fire, which frightened the
fcors 3 into the wire, where its tore limbs
were badly cut up on the barbs.
Mm Owens lost a carpet a month ago
,vo ne Inrated it in the ra- L
8Ud lOliaj uu"'
latial brownstone front occupied by
John Brown, better known as Patterson
n ;..t; rripwed hv an nfiii'i'r
YQ"W. vn L 'J 1 i 1 vv. - w 1
John said he Uougni me twn ui
Newman, but it was soon discovered
that the carpet was taken since Mary left
town; John then concluded rather than
be detained from h:s business he wo- M
settle up, so He paid Mrs Owens $5. CO
for her carpet, and Mr. Brown was al
lowed to continue marching on, but he
was warned to be careful and not look
covrtonsly on his neighbor's proprrt -.
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Nlirht Blooming Cereus.
P etm Tuosilav'- Daily.
- j The Oim-lm Ik-e tliua notices tho night
ioumWf, c,.li:ut, rtCcutly bold to A
iIo e by Mrs parrlitl 4if this city:
Ln,t night nature added a beautiful
attniction to the genia of art which adorn
the walls of A Hope's emporium on
, , T, coutrlbution com.
l"e.l live large, beautiful and fragrant
flowers which, early in the evening, made
their appe. imucc upon a night blooming
cereus which Mr. Ilosne lias .in his
poscHMon. I lie plant 19 a novelty,
possessing features of the most unique
descriofou. Thy prevailing color is
i 1 -
m rri I
a irK reeti 1 no loaves are oi me same
density a3 those of tlie rubber plant.
j though by no means so broad. From
some of tliise leaves drop tendrils twice
the diameter of a lead pencil and from
these tendrils bloom the llowers, which
are th" thief thurm These llowers are
nure white, waxen and transparent, with
large bell opening, in which both pollen
and pistil are clearly visible They
droop slightly more in modest simplicity
than in shame and delight the senses
while they remain visible. They endure,
however, but one night and tlfen retire
within an elongated covering until the
time comes for them to reappear. The
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lmui. is uuuui sia n-ei in" i-iy""-"
vears ol(1 Hnl undoubtedly the most
i v:iiii.ihiii nr.fi iicautirni oi its Kinn in
There are several other buds on the
I plant which Mr Ilospe hopes will bloom
Wcldon Worrell brought in three ears
of corn that measured thirteen inches in
length each. He expects a yield of fifty
bushels to the acre. Elmwood Echo,
jIis8 McClelland, sister of the superin-
tendent, ws selected ps a teacher at last
I l'lffht's inCtt.ng.
Don t forget the juvenile conceit at
the Methodist church Friday night, it
W'lU be a rare treat.
Tommy Woodson's arm is getting on
nicely though he has been quite low
with flux, he seems much better today.
Some exquisitely - beautiful bed room
suits in Ash and Oak of the sen iceable
10th century finish at Unruh's, which
wm Q 6old way below Omaha prices,
A twenty horse power boiler exploded
thg g wm.kg in Lincoin ia9t eveninr
makinrr nuite a wreck, killino- and hor-
ribly mutilating Wm. M. Dinneen and
As a horse trader Sheriff Tighe is not
a blooming success. One of his recent
acquisitions puHed the buggy with her
1:111 lnrou 01 Iour "lue3 y.eraay,
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li i?i:-Tjg uie omy way tue vi'uum wliib..
iJ'ss May ICearney came near goiug
under the wheels this morning as she
tiied to board the tv' 1 for Cre?ton after
it had star;ed, it pas a close call and
:i exciting episode for lookers on. She
was not hurt however and will go over
i ho steel rails haye been laid on the
Missouri Paciiic "Y" at Union and a
oicv- start made on the main line; let the
good work go on. Another week will
roughest pi-ce of road on the line ready
ior the lies.
b,.-v, jck is btrbV-ig a hand-
s une home on Dey street opposite T. L.
Man-liv's. As Ed is a sin trie mpn. the
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presumption is that one of the nicett
girls iu the north part of town will latir
0:1 help to take care of the neat cottage,
Bovd & Klnshaw are the builders, which
is a guarantee that the work is well done,
Jim Walkei, (barring his politics) is
one of Cass cornty's best and squarest
farmers nnd the Herald is glad to knew
that he has already begun the erection cf
a large elevator at the prosperous village
of Murray and which will be ready to
handle tbe ftrain lhercafcout9 as soon ,s
tbe ra;lroad is completed. A Mr. Baxter
ffQm Crete ;g erecting a commodious
gtore buildin whicH he will occupy with
& stocJs q enerai merchandise.
The schooi board met at the office of
Dislrict clerk Showalter last night, but
af ter taikjng matters over they concluded
to do nothing towards securing: new
teachers untii after examinations have
taken Iace Prof McClelland and C. S.
Polk wj,, be examinationg next Mon-
day The hirinf; of a new principal is
found to be ratber a difficult job, there
being but few applicants that seem to re-
ceiye the kiaclj consideration of the
j.cob Trietsch. one of Cass countv'a
solid t armers. was i nth e'eitv vesterdav
with several teama bauling out the lum-
ber for the new Germ8n Lutheran church
which is beiDg erected about eight miles
west of Plattsmouth on the Louisville
- qi nf ii. .or nnLUin mor I
George Horn furnishing the land on
which it will be erected. From the ap-
,.f k ... ,.A c:r.:
cniaui.c wi luc itiuuua uuu uiiiauiu I
lumber we should think it would be
rather an expensive building, much
better than my frame church we have
here. And the Herald can truthfully
siy that no country neighborhood is
better able to build a f ne church than
the one in question. .
The success of Mrs. Annie M. Beam,
of McKeeport, Pa., in the treatment of
diarrhoea in her children will undoubt- '
edly be of interest to many mothers.
She says: fpent several weeks in
Johnhtown, Pa., after the great flood, on
account of my husband being employed
there. We had several children with
us, two of whom took the diarrhoee very
b;idly. I got some of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
from Rev, Mr. Chapman. It cured both
of their.. I know of several other cases
where it was equally successful. I think
it cannot Iw excelled and cheerfully rec
commend it." 23 and CO cet bottles
for sale by F. G. Fricke & O . tf
Referring to a statement in the JIku-
ai,1) of a few days ago w.ierein the mat
ter was not fully understood bv us, a
correspondent iu the Elmwood Echo,
corrects us as follows
"The above item, which concerns pro
lJe in Elmood, is commented upon by
parties who do not understand it. l acts
"re, Grandpa Williams had seven chil-
dren, nnd to three of them, namely, JM.
B. Williams and Josie, he gave 80 acres
la" "ach. He retained 80 and at his
death it was willed to the remaining four
children, to be divided equally. The
three that had get 80 acres each ordered
monument referred to and presented
tlie eimm agaiust the estat. to be paid
i, ,.... on .
"V i; xuui uiut umv uut -su nvica cnui
Xhey objected with the result as stated
i . . .
The Herald in noting a decision of
Judge Chapman in the case of Oldham
& Nichols vs. the Lewiston church, stated
that the Methodist preacher organized an
M. E. Sunday school in the church, which
was wrong. The minister organized a
Union Sunday school and some other
parties organized the Methodist school
This church difficulty has been a most
unfortunate affair and has created
much bad feeling. Many were led to
subscribe for the building of what they
thought at the time was to Jje a church
I thftt. rmil.l hp. user! hv thft nnn1 irhpn
not in use by the Methodists, and to be
I turned out at this late day is anything
I but agreeable to a large part of the com
munitj represented by the plaintiffs
I Take notice, that the committee on re-
union, of the Nebraska Soldiers Associa
tion, deemed it advisable to re-locate it
at Plaltsmouth, on Tuesday, Wednesday
ana i nursuay, me io, iv ana oiu oi
November, 1800, on account of the roya
treatment the boys received at that city
during the re -union last February. Com
rades of the 1st and 2nd regiments, of
Nebraska, let us again rally round the
camp fire in Plattsmouth, the late home
of our beloved comrade, Col. R. R. Liv
ingston, and the first to respond to the
call for Nebraska volunteers.
Comrade Gen. McNeil, voiced the 6cn
timent of all present, when he said that
it was one of the most successful re
unions lie ever attended.
ivu comrades wnose enlistment was
All 1 1 ,
credited to tile state of Nebraska nrp en-
tituxl to membrsh'p in this association
and are cordially 'ivited to be present
8nfl ntlP niake this one of the grandest
r. unions ever known in this state.
A rronfiru iiypTHi irri ovtunnrl f oil
iitrii t ' - b fit k i 1 . . ; . . iv 1.
Some time ago the Herald remarked
that the postmaster would sell three
stamps for a nickle, in order to get rid of
old stock. What we meant was two
two cent stamps and one one cent. The
postmaster received numerous enquiiijg
for the cheap stamps, people thinking
they could beat the government. The
following letter is a sample of these en-
II. J. Streight, Esq.,
P. M. Platttsmouth, Neb.
Dear Sir: I noticed in last evening's
Herald you were offering fv.ce two
cent a'pmps for five cents on acount of
being old style.
Please write me upon receipt of this
how many you have. I want all of their
If you have $100 worth wire me at my
expense, care 12th and Jones streets,
Omaha. Youra truly,
The Herald is sorry to leprn that Jno.
Bringmen, one of Cass county's citizens
that came here in the fiftea, is meutally
in bad 6-rai- Mr. Bringmen lived in
Plattsmouth a good many years ago and
or the last ntteen or twenty years has
resided in or near .Louisville. He has
been lulte 111 tor a lonS timo ad his
mind at times appeared to be unbal-
anced. He still however attended to
business and a few days ago sold hia
farm and received several hundred dol-
lars therefor. On Saturday last he went
to Omaha taking nearly all of his money
with him- Snnday be was wandering
the streets barefooted and hatless: the
police took charge of him, and his
Wends at Louisville were notified of his
condition. Jno. Jackman. Al Timhlan
ana u . o. onryocit immediately repaired
to Omaha and brought Mr. B. home by
wav oi Plattsmouth last night, ne had
no moneJ on hi3 person but had seven
watches which he had purchased. The
friends of the family had Mr. Bringmen
examined by the insanity board and he
was adjudged insane today and will be
taken to the hospital at Lincoln as soon
FOR CHICKEN CHOLERA.
it Iluron flt.
Wig., Not. 12,
I have uicd
St.JacoU Oil for
with great iuo
Ci Every fowl
tba disease vac
curt l by It, and
I recommend it'asa sura cure. It bai aavod
me many dollars. II. A, KUENNE,
Rrpvlpr of Fine Fowlw.
For Stablemen and Stockmen.
Cuts. Swellings, Bruises, Sprains, Galls, Strains,
Lameness, Stiffness. Cracked Heels. Scratches,
Contractions. Flesh Wounds. Slrinahalt. Sore-
Throat, distemper. Colic, Whitlow. Poll Evil,
Fistula. TumorsT Splints, Ringbones and Spavin
In their early Stages. Direction with achbottie.
At DRrooiMTii and Dkalzrs,
THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO.. Baltlmors. Hd.
The cenial Tom Wild is in Omaha
tt. t ci. . v.. 1 1 1 1 :.u
111 o. oireigui is aooui laiu up wmi a
in umana toaay.
Annie Livingston and Miss Donavan
are in Omaha today.
George Edgerton, Jr., is in the city
6eeing his many friends.
Al. Timulin, the Weeping Water law-
yer, was in the city yesterday
Fred Latham spent Snnday at Central
Citv returninir home vesterdav.
nY o 1. t 4 .,v,: ;a
11110. oaimiucicuiaii, ui juliiisuu, w
visiting hor nrrn Mrs W P r.nnlr.
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R. B. Windham Started this morning
ior uenver on a weeKS ousinessiinp.
Ilerman Pankomin, the Louisville im -
Fred Robinson left this moring for
Omaha and'Lincoln to look nn a new
ti, or t u k r,.
uuuu iiiouc, urn u.ldi, uiciLuauin
in Cass COUOtV. is over from Weeuintr
n H. n-vis. with the. Om1m Tnsnr-
ance Co., is in the Citv and will remain
'.wi'Iilp b-I( "
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Miss Kate Oliver and Nettie Morgan
. . t ti . - rt -ry i'
have gone to La PlaUe and Be evue to
visit inends tor a wees.
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A. N. Sullivan 13 supposed to have
gone to Sarpy county this morn;ig to or-
s . 1 J J,,.
gamze a iarmers alliance.
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UJ.1S. umuu va.iu "u i'l-ioa uci Lie
Gleason, of Council Bluffs, are in the
n.ttr tiwliin u-isi liner frinrla
vi vj -v, j . .
O. J. Colltuan, an Omaha capitalist,
and son iu-law of Senator Paddock, is
in the city today on business.
W. B. Shryock, the probable democrat
ic nominee tor the legislature, was in the
city for a short tiu.elast eyeniug.
Alex Stewart, the enginee who had
his bones so terribly broken in the never
to be-forgotten IIubbeH wreck was in the
city yesterday visiting friends. Mr.
Stewert resides a: Wyniore.
in rrs itfeiTi f.'iiiie iii4 nJv Hid Hir I
j j" -a-
to move his family to North Platte, from helder. .e- e i.spd and aU other ;i-i ..' 111 r"t
. . . . , - .. ., ea will take noti 'e that on i he t.:.li of An-
w -ch point he runs au engine tor the ., lww ... j,i(:k(llr ;K ., , : " f
U. P. The many friends of Mrs. Rcece
ii i tt,i i - j '
wi a ue sorry see iter go. ucr uusuana
i i iAt ... ni 4? 4-
tuis been nt North Platte for so ne time.
Mr. H. E. Whiting and his estimable
wife, accompanied by the nicest boy of
hi3 age iu Cass county (Wlnt' ig, Jr.)
leit today for Somerset, Kentucky, where
they will hereafter reside. Mr. Whitney
is running an engine on the Cincinnati
S "iithern railway and Somerset is the
division station. The brst wishes of a
host of warm friends in Plattsmouth goes
Several of Plattsmouth's young people
will hold a high five party at the Riley
parlors tonight. An elegant supper will
be served at ten o'clock.
The school board have contracted
with Mr. Clark for 80 tons of White
Breast coal for the city schools at $3.7.
per ton. This is about half of the
amount required to run the schools one
The Indianapolis Sentinel, the leading
democratic newspaper in Indiana, says:
"The present attituted of tbe democrats
in congress is that of a yellow dog sitting
on its haunches and howling."
The funeral of Thomas Bignall took
place from th depot last evening, the
remains having been brought (in en the
flyer at 5 o'clock. lrr. Bignall was a
young man, 23 years of age, and was
highly respected by all who knew him.
He catue to Plattsmouth a little over a
year ago and worked here in the shops
for aboutjtight months, when he'secured a
position at the Sante Fe shops ii Pueblo,
Col., as a machinist. He was taken sick
some weeks ago and was removed to La
Junta, 67 miles south of Pueblo, to the
Sante Fe hospital, where he received the
best of care. John Bignall of this city,
father of the deceased, left b"s bedside
only a few days ago thinking his son en
tirely out of danger. He took a relapse,
however, having suffered with tyhoid
fever and died very suddenly. George
Bignall, brother of the superintendent
and uncle of the deceased, came down to
Denver from his home at Cheyenne and
brought the remains here. The funeral
was largely attended by Nos. 8, 81 and
64 of the A. O. U. W. together with many
many friends of the deceased. Mr. Un-.
rub. managed the aff afr in a very impres-
I aivc manner. 1
Ordinance o. ICS.
AN UIMN k V(;k CHiliim n .?eUl election hi
the City of I liitl.siiMiu! h for llie m os of
fiiabliiiK the Irical voter of n.ihli-ltyt
vole upon a proposition to Nsiietlie boiwl.i
of khiu elty to llie ainouiit of ten thousand
dollars to uiu iu the con.tiruc ion of the
Omaha Southern Hallway. In the pwichine
of riylit ol wny nd depot KrcuiulSHnd Htten
- Uitnl e.ieiiM-.t i s.u'l puk Ii.i.si-. Iciwei-ii
H point n the Missouri IVc-lllc In
Liberty rreeini t. l'a." ty'ounly, Nel.mska.
nortll vlnof tlatti-lnouth tothe J latte river,
and tor the levy t taxes tit pity Interest anil
pri e p I ( nil J hoods aim to iei-..l iil-
He it orilam. J ly t lie mayor ami coiim-H
the city f i'.iitii-uioia i.
BKi 'l lO.N . Unit H mk rial elei IIoti lie and
Is lirri'b' C-.lled tJ brt I. eld I'j t!iei.y oi
V Lit tsiiM'iit li. III tne county of ass, M ile oi
Nebraska on tl.e ;';ir I day i.f .Si pli'iucer jhlhi
atthepla es lielemallei .xpccK.ed I at h ward
of said -il l"r ll e imiv "1 Ua i Jtlieh
Kal voters o' said city to vole upon tuo lniu-
nit; picposii I c li . y i :
si ail the cny d i ian'"iii a in t ne chuijIj
Of Ca-s did Mate of .Neb nk by lis
major and council iciie ii.s iio ds in tlml
amount of ten thousand dollars (MO.' O'U w uli
iuleiet-t coupons payable to bearer twoiny
years after date and redeemab e at tin pieas
nre of Maid city ill ecu years after this date
and drawuiK Interest at not to exceed x per
cent pel an. iiiui payan e annually, mii iim ami
piineipal to lie p.iyable at the lisc.il aem-v
of the etateol Nebra--kaiu the city of w ork
In I he state of New York : and sliall Hie (iiy
of I'iattHiuomli In the county ol Cass In the
Mate of .Nebraka levy and thr-uih lis proper
ollicer cause to he levied annual. y up n (lie
taxable property lof the said city of 1 latti-
moinn a suilieienu tax to pny tin
lU i;r"''l'le an the name becoi
in Addition to all otlier taxes
to pfiy the Interest
es. 1 ro-
viJed tlie aid bondu tdiail be used to pay
for ntiht oi way ior said ra l.vav and
for attendant expenses from i nioii in said Cass
county in a northerly direction to tlie I'la't
river in said count v via t tie citv of I Mat tsnmiit h
I aid j boa m to bear date July 1st Ihj . Said
I I.. .-.,.. . I...II 1. .lu.l i.i.t. 1... J. I...1
I way Bonds and shall be issued in deuomma
tions ot tive Hundred dollars, and provided
lurther that only so mucii of the proc-eds
I or slU uouus Hiiau oe used as snail lie liecen-
rni 10 my ivu iia iiiib i-i may nm iiic
tendant expeuxes of .said purchase."
ir.. Tl.u f.in.i nf th.. Ii.-Li.lu vli ill
bi-ivotetl. niiu naitl uue.itiou at said election
hall lie as follows ;
"tor tue issue 01 uoiids to purchase riIit of
yvav auu (teuoi uruuiKiH and cxik iiscs 1 1 said
jinicuase aim i't aiu 111 me ciiiim 1 iiciion di tue
Omaha Soutln-i 11 liailwuy. and lor :iluit onal
tax" and "Anainst tlie ir-sue of bonds to nur-
cna.se riKiil ! yvay aim uepol ki'uiios and ex-n-nses
of said liurcliase and toaidiu tlie cou-
Htruction of the iniali- Southern Hallway nnd
atiainst additional tax."
fsEC 3. Should two thirds or more of the
votes cat at caul election have writ ten or
I urinred thereon 'mb or bonds to uurdiase riilit
1 of way and aid in tlie construction of the ima-
a ouuuiciu Asunajr aim iui auuiuouai lax. '
then tlllKil'OpONlttuii Btllill l)n a(loued il 11(1 t lie
niayor and counci ol said city sliiiil tie -iith.r-
I led to issue said honus under and liv. t lie ntiiii
ol-Omana Southern Kalivvay .Homis" and rha I
I Aiinnallv lew a tax tor iiir.ii-iKr. hmiI iirliuit:il
i as tney may oecome aue.
I ijnnr ,,!ace.s ac follows in tlie citv of Platt-
moutn:on said :ra day of September A. I.
18'JO. vi : First ward, cmiinv cuurt limine:
s,u ' HTeI's '"'i' : th.'rd "T1, Kt '!'e
oiliceofH. a. vVatennan & -on .- kmn at ntili
I wurrl iif'lliklll llflllu uiii I -...li ..r t..il Iu
i snail open at : o ciock a. m. oi said day and
close at 7 o:loclt p. in. thereof .
i skc. 5. There shall be three (iidires and i wo
cierxsoi election appoineci by the ; mayor and
i council ior eaen w rri
and the looses and
clerks ofjclectiou shall perform the duty at such
wnu Juu-S and clelKS
i or eiecnon ai ciccLions or cu v oiii.-ers urwi i n -
returns thereof shall be made bv said
judge and c. erks to tlie mayor and c:tv cun-
cil of said ciry wiiiiiu mm day utter saio eh c
tion and aKi mayor and council of said city
1 pii.iix iun iii-.s iiic itn: i oi iieci.tri. llie resin
fSHi,i election at the next regular session of I
I stud council after trn-;said election or as soon
I U'-ereaitcr as prat. cable-
ko.G. Notice of naid o! -ction Khali be L'iven
b' pui'ihini? tiiiscaii in : i,e ti-e I'lari-uiout.ji
I ei.-kly II kkai.o and Weekly .lournal once n
week lor for four success. k puin-cal ion
Miior to said nay ot e; ctioii and the c.i v clerk
,, ,, t hr ,14!.j
I ar .each of said polling piacei" a ceriitied c -py
' I this call and piopoMliou fcdunni; thetlinc
I said oolls shall be onen.
SKt;. 7. (M-li nance no 134 passed an
pi-.-v-d t!t 14i )i (lav --f.JL'v 1,-JO. Ivj
same ia nereoy repealed.
Kc. H ilus oruin.-f .ee stK'll !)' t:i tnre" smuI
t.n;e eft ocT from :ind aiti ;- its passage. a'iM-v-
ii .tii'i pui)i;eation.
l apsed and apuroveu 11 :h day. of -Atm'jst a.
i". ilCHKY. ."Inv.ir.
A: test V. K. Fox, City Clerk.
T' till Illlieldr-- Jacob !il:e (-. Rl.-.v Nil vU-
oy. I . i.-ici: I eMer. . m ii n a (.aui; . ( L i-i
isvM'iie ciave ri;ciina-i ir.ticti -r. i-i.i K r-i
Jn'icl iei. inr sti.ui i iil.i'Kici ,. :,(:;i.ei- Lcitclit
weis Maihi-w lulscl er :utl Il.-i,. li.!.,-'.;. r.
1 ... . .
en-mien aim oniv neirs ar. .ii.in. i.-
lie e.rare of John : .ihelder, ! ,;e.ts d. filed us
t i t ion in tlie A iutrief. eon rr -f (Nou ..., ii
r ,. ., , ; , " , , i7L ,1 , " . ' -';
eDi-isl.a a-ainst H.-ud hens. Die object and
-..ver n' s -i.l pet-ton .'tn: to procure tiom
said district coprt a jnderae it :.n 1 ord:
aula. uizinc; said auiinni.strairoo to convex to
ttarry MeiMtncer lot seven (7; m hock three
(3 in euar Creek in Cass eodiry. Nebraska,
-urt in rri er to authorize said ad m iuis rat.-i- to
convey to UertiiaFrey lot tt:r 'e(3)iu b ock f.mr
(4i sai-i ceuar crec-K ; saut conv. yances to he
inaae oy virtue ot co:' tracts entered into be
tween -aii John lnne'der, deceased, and said
JS:e sinjrer and I rev. hearing will be K'Veii
on earn petaion o;i the iui day or 'et- ber.lsijO.
Hi 1 3o o'clock lit llie lorennon I said dav. in
open rou"t at the regular Oc.ober, !"W) term of
tne n.srrict court or cass county. Neniasl.a.
22-6t Louis C. Eii kofk
.Ah administrator of the estate of Joiiu In-
TN THE DISTKICT COUKT, CA'-S COUNTY.
Ainencau exchange Bank, l'lff
J. A. Phelps, first name unknown,
and S. 1. J'helps, first name un- y
kDown, and Jos. M. Beardsle"-. '
Tom K. Clark, Geo. Wone and 1 . ,
B. Dickson, company firm of Beard j
sle- L laik . c-, Ue endauis. J
io J, A. Pkt-Ipj,(firt name unciiowii noa
rtsident defendant, you will take notice that
on tne r.itn uay oi J uiy 1590, tlie A merican K . -
Change Bank, plaintiff, lit rein filed It-petition I
in the aist let coun oi ca8 county, jyen- a I
a'aiTt said defendants, the object aud maver
oi wnicn ar io ioreciose a certain moi t .aire I
exeeured by defedants J. A. Plielp- and S. P. I
rneips io riHinim upon 101 numuer eleven ill). I
in block number four (4) in the -Ia'e of Kim-I
wood, Ua s county, xseoraska, to pe ure the
aym-nr or a cert ia promissory note dated
..l -rchio 1890 for tne sum ef aud due and
payable ninety days after date. That there is
now due upon said note and mot ttraire the sum
ot $65 with icterest from maturity at the rate
' 10 per cent per annum Plaintiff pravs lor a
decree that defendants f. A. Phelus and S. P.
Phelps be required to pay the sum or that tne
cronertv described ij eaid mortsraee mav he
solv. to satisfy the amount found due p id in t
judgment rendered aiainst said desenifauts J.
A. heips and S, P. Phelps f-r anv deficiency
found due. You are required o answer saiu
nrtition on or before the 29th day of '.entem-
2-J-4t WlXDFAM & DAV;FS.
Attorneys ioi Plaintiff.
Andrew J. Hansen sM W e notice that Marv
J. Hansen Died her petit on against him oa
the 19th da? of August isco. ia the tih. ict
C'iurtoIC?ss coujty. tue object and pniverof
which are to ootain a divorce trom said An
drew J. Hansen to be have restore-! to hvr. her
maiden name and to have decreed to her th
care aud custody of their minor children. Asa
ground for such relief said petition alleges that
you have wilfully deserteu plaintiff for more
tn:n two ytr lasi -r v.
i on :re required .o an-wpr sv id rel tion by
Monday the 2ath ay of September. t8i. .
MAKV . H KSKX
Ay ber Attorneys. Beesou t Hoot. i;-4t
To Lol I.Todd, non-resident defendant, vou
are hereby notified that on the l"f h day oi An
trust. 1890. H.u.T x. Todd Pled Irs ret'ition In
me district court or Casi couuty. Nebraska,
acatn-st you, tne oDject ana prayer ot wiucti
are to procure a divorce from you on the gtound
that, von havi wilfully de pr'il him for more
than two years lst l ast
i . i ..... . I
You are required to kiisnet said tetition on
ire requireu in ulsh cr snu )t-iiuon on
e the -'9th day os September, l!i0. or Jx
fault will beentfred aud the allefta
mtained in said pet iiioii tnken as true.
Harv i. Tfciit). Plaintiff. W
By his attorneys Beeson & li' o. 22-4'- I
- - -r
Notice of Applies
Mottct" i hen liv I-1 veil til l
tliH iiiiderslL iieil vt Hi iiuol v to In I
of II. e a ly f J-;it l"'u i.t I. t nt
'm.imiii ior it irii"i;i"j iierinii ii n
iplrlliiMiis hmcI vliiluiis ll'iu.irn for mediei.
lueeliHiileal ami ehetmeal purposes l'i siiht vlt
on w lot 2. block Xi In Hnt city, In uecorilance
w I' li t ! Td ill anocs of li J cil and l:tw of
i' O. II. svy ikii, UruKl't.
l'J.itiiimtc. ul tlie i-xpenxcN of the city
PlitttfiUKUth for tlie ji-i.r of lf-i'O.
of I M -yor nnd C unc 1 l.vi 00
t It lei k :i"0 WJ
ly I re irurer .'wo N
Iloi:rd of public works :iOo
'ity a'tornev 0 (M
1 i-urdtisi; city prl-oners artj
l'i liiuiiy . . . ." "IIO (Ml
I in Mentals I ( i o no
Jus lighting 4 M il ml
' '"ihIiii Soul livrn K l; hoed- .iihsi tut
li & M Jt It bonds 100 0"
I'ne hydi am r-nial
lvel -. i .Kiim; arid bn.l::ii; .imki iki
h, IXKI on
1 ()' 'l
: .:) i ii
Kenton rt-f umll!!!! bomlj
Uii!h school Immts
Worm water sewer bonds
Iiite.se-tion p ivn-K lmml
K. re ami ati;r
Total, ';.!ii0 0O
Totfd receipts for the ytap tnding July
l jt as rejjorted by the city treasurer
( A. SAi.ihimr
Fiiiiince Com. s P. McCai.lkn
( C. IlK.Mri.K
Petersen & Larson
(Successor to VliitliiK& Whieher)
Groceries and Provisions)
Mi Idle ICooni, OieraIIoiit-e I.lock.
Choice, Fresh Goods
in their line, both as to
l'l'.lOK AM) (JUAJL1TY
GaiiBsfl Fraits, Dried Frails
And French -Fruits-in Their
FLO UP. AMD FEED
Alway in Stock..
vail and be Sat is! led
'c m r - . d i
(oiesi Brands o
cior .in f -;3ioriJ2rp' nn t 'onus
1.-CI.I. LIMIT OS'
rococo and s?.ioin-:ii' articlks
cm. i -i st'ir-.
. c.i 7
11",. i Ihwi ,
'' I ' - I
L')v piiccs ouoted on birg'.- "r mii
I ' 1
I &4 , m i
M JL nr? Ur.t-
T-J?lCi v li IB
Adirondack Maple Sngar Co
12:j(i Monroe st., Chicago, 111.
FULL UK & IfENiFON
1 3 1 6 Douglas Street, Omaha, Nob
:i7 YEARS EXPERIENCE.
A reL'iilar irraduate in medicine from (2) col
leges, as diplomas show. 1- niil fr-atiii(; with
tlie Kren'est cucecs an nervvur, ciiroiuu aim
1'rivaie diseases ol uoim svxes.
. . .... ...... f- . C.it'jrrh
Swerm torrliwa. JOft :hii1ioo(1. heiiiinal
A ll lliaillll' tUIC iilltllOUiTTl U i . fllOIIU,
Weakness. Nitht Losses. Iiupottncy. and all
diseases of the" Blood. Skin anil Urinary Or-
ir-in4 au pema e lrouoie 01 tne womu. cic.
treated by the most Improved mi tnous oi me
London ana rans u.-pirais.
N.B. 1 guarantee (W for every caee I
imderiake and lau to cure, consultation ire.
Send for question list.
Book. "M ysferies oi i.'ie" sont nee,
Offlce hours : 9 a.m. to s o.m. Sunday
The 5th St. Hsrchant Tailor
Keeps a Fall Line ot
Foreign & Domestic Goods.
Oeastit YtMir latere t by Giving Hlxa a Call
One iwkape of BTEKrresH Dt
i:iTTER8 will make otk r:!oti of the befit
Hitter known, which will CI KK Indlfrestloiia
1'ains in the Stomach, Fever and A rue. Knd
arts upon the Kidney and lUsdder; tba beat
Tonic known. Can be used with or without spirit.
i It' far the cheapest remedy known. Full direo-
I. tion on each nackaee. Fold bv Th-utriruti or Mil b
i mail, prrtnee prepe id. Krir 30 eta. for crneta, oa-
:wo paciceta ior ou cu. u. ta. atampa tuta ID
paymenk Addreaa. .
GEO. & STEKETEE, Grand Rapids, Mich,
Al--ay dhouw Uua paper.
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