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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1891)
VOL. XXVI. NO. SO.
PL ATTSMuUTH. CASS COUNTY, NKMJASKA. TIIUKSnAY. MA' Oil ; 1M)
$l.r() A V K A
WE CANT PLEASE THEM
-i rttt of all in Leaven :ug Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17,
THEY LOVETHE OLD HELtC
d oa m tin
A Louisville Citizen Brintrs Injunc
tlon Proceedings Against the
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L uice Child's 8uitftt$l OOatJOE'&tf
Go to JOE nuil lay in jour supply for
"wjxt year. It "will pay you frood inter
est ht the prices he is clotting t ut his
Come and see the difference) between
cash and credit prices. Elson, the cash
No old chestnuts or rubbish at JOE'S.
Everything of the Utest style and at be
. low cost. tf
Miss llollie Tucker. Dressmaking and
millinery a specialty. Rooms over ilcr
old's store. . 1f
Now is your chance, and s-ich n cbjce
yon will lave but once in a life iim?v to
buy Clothing, Furnishing Goods, lints,
etc., at slauhitiinjr pricts at .JOE'S.
Tho entire stock must be sold, out as
quipas possible. tf
A genuine St jon $4.00 Hat at $2 73
at JOE'S. tf
When you are in Lincoln, call on W,
C. Austin & C ., in McKri-de block, cor
ner of Twelvth and P strict?, for Have
lock and University property. if
The proprietors of Ely's Cream Bilm
do.not claim it to be a cure-all, but a
sure remedy for cutarrh, colds in houi
and buy fever. It is not a liquid or a
st uff, but i- cisily applied into the nos
trils. It gives relief at once.
For glassware, queinswr.rc and t he
best and freshest gioceries go to Phillip
Kraus, where you will find everything
you want for your table. tf.
A $,ood pair of bhocs at l.OQat
JOE'S. ' f " - -- 'if
v -to Nervous Debilitated Men. '
lf jou will stud us your address, we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
enplaininfi all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
Electro-Voltiac Belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervious
' debilitated system, and how they will
quickly ref'ore you to viixor and man
Lood. Pamphlet free. If you ure thus
afHicted wr; will send you a belt and ap
pliances on a trial. '
, Voitiac Bki.t Co. Marsb-li, Kicb.
- - For Sal.
A good farm one-fourth mile fiomthc
town of Murray, an tho 31. P. K. R.
Plenty of timber and water. Good
orchard. 330 bearing trees. Plattsmouth,
Neb, Feb., 9th, 1891. "tf
R. W. II VERS.
You can not form an idea what it is to
sell Clothing, etc., at and below cost un
til you look through JOE'S stock, tf
It is only with regret JOE has to sell
out his entire stock, for he lms done a
very satisfactory and successful business,
but dissolution between JOE and his
partner, Mr William Fisher compels him
to close out. tf
The kin-; of the implement trade in
Cas5 county, is getting in bis spring
stock which comprises everything in the
line of frni impl'-mr-nt to be found.
Mr. border also makes a specialty of
fine Craggies, carriages, and single and
'double harness. Gorder carries the
largest stock of harness to be found in
the county; call and see him on lower
Main street. Plattsmouth, Neb. d&w-tf
A fine worsled men's suit, former
price $1S, now at $12.50 at JOE'S, tf
At South Park school house, bcrinning
next Thursday, the 5th inst,, at 7 p. m.
The common branches taught. Apply
for terms and full particulars of
d3t O. T. Wood.
Milss' Norveand Liver Pllio-
Act on a new principle regulating
the liver, stomach and bowel.-" through
tho nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad tiste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Uuc
qualed for men, women. children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25a
Sampla free at F. G. Fricke & Co's.
Dr. Marshall. DEMTfST,
Will be in his office or and after
March 14 h.
J M. Muir, sewing machine and mus
ical instrument repairer, 114 .North Sixth
Btreet, Neville block. d;t
If you want good goods cheap, go to
Elson, the cash one price clothier. tf
Miss May Beveiaye and Mrs. Kellogg
are in Omaha todav.
You will besurprisec. how cheap you
can buy boys' and men s eJmliuig at
Elson, the cis!i one puce clotlm r. tt.
Miaa May Skil- 8 h s ace p'ed a position
in Mie wltob.'s de millinery linn of Obcr
felter & Co., of Omaha, and left th
morning to begin her work,
V. II. Bridge, a victim of the disas
trous Deadwood wreck, is in the city re
covering from his bruises. He is visit
ing with h'n brother, J. W. Bridge.
Pianos at a bargain; evil at J. M
Muir'a and iniesf. E -sy terms, a rare
chance. 1 11 Noi th Sixth frlreet. u3c
Fret not your life away because yoqr
hair is gray while young, as you can
st-p all grayness and can beautify the
h.ur with Hall's Il.iir Kenewcr and bi
Otis Doycy esq , the ladies' man of
the depot force, accompanied Miss Ida
Dovcy and Mrs. Hickman to Omaha this
morning t see the 1 tdies safely on tin
train for Cincago.
The National Swedi-h Ladies' Octette
Concert .Company has been secured by
the opera ioue ni nagement for one r-f.
the concerts sometime dining the latter
put of March. This is a rare musical
The jury in the T)?an case on tihd
yesterday brought in a vtrdht for
plaintiff for $C'J0. In the . case of
Johnson vs. Ob rn.-iltc the jury gave Mr.
J. a vertlict for 1Q0 and ccsts.
AVaxtkd A girl for sic-Vn l work,
at Mrs. II. 1i. Windham's, 717 Walnut
street. . 43-u0vl
Architect Gray, of Lincoln v,;is in the
city yesterday, looking nftur couit hu-ii-mutters.
Ii is givn out that Cvn:ractw
King wil! patroti'zj lo.l carpenters and
supply houses to t.s great an extent as
'a resident contractor would have done.
We h'.-pe he wilk
Elson, the cssh one prica clothier, is
sellirg goods, cheaper than any other
house in town. tf
The regular meeting of tho Ladies'
Aid Society of the M. E. church, will be
held tomorrow afternoon at '2 o'clock, at
the home of Mrs.. Drew, on Vine street,
between Fourth end Fifth. As tin y
have very important business, they de
sire at least twenty members to bo pres
ent if possible.
If anything more be needed to disgust
the people, with the Louisville-Xehawka
townsite boomers, the Rt. Rev. Swash
buckler, of the Louisville Courier-Journal,
last week emptied a sample of elead
English anel putrifled Hindoo over the
boom which certainly our'it to satisfy
cleanly people that close proximity to
the seat of war is to be ayoided. Poor
old emaciated relic of the days of b.ick
s.leesh." A. B. Todd of Plattsmouth called at
the relief board's headquarters yesterday
to furnLh some rjciptr for 13,00
pounds of contributions sent from that
place to frontier county, where a number
of Cas3 county people reside. Seme
complaints bad been made to the board
ubout the distribution of the goods anil
Mr. Todd's mission was to show the
board that it was all right. One of the
complainants was a minister at Maywood,
who, Mr. Todd says, was one of the
first to get a suit of clothing out of the
lot.- State Joumd.
A New Firm Toasted.
An elegant supper was given last even
ing at Mrs. It R. Livingston in honor of
the new law linn composed of Messrs
Dwyrr, Walling & Livingston. After
feasting for an hour or more, appro
priate toasts were responded to in a hap
py vein, and a delightful evening passed
away. The souvenirs were unique and
consisted of three minature china (bills,
deftlv fastened to the bl tie of the
law card of the new firm to represent the
young men as fresh from clerks' nursery.
The invited guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Burgess. Mrs and Mrs.
F. E. White, Mr, and Mrs. Byron Clark,
Mr. Geo. Palmer and Miss Belle Kim
ball of Cmaha, Mr. Dwyer and Miss
Donovan, Mr. Lindon and Miss Leonard
and Mr. Walling.
Lntiik Di tkict Count ok Cass County,
AMI B. TODD,
AAKO.V C. i.oDER
.kCOK 'IHlhT.x H,
and WALTER J WHITE ,
Cames now the above named plaintiff
and for cau-e of aetiuu Hgaintit the de
fendants alleges that plaintiff is a resi
tlent elector and tax payer of Cass coun
ty, Nebrat-ka, and biings thi HC-tion on
behalf of himsell and all others in like
2. That the defendants, Ami B. Todd,
Aaron Loder, Jacob Trietsch, constitute
the board of commis.sioueis of said
3 TJiat said Cass county is a county
of said state of Nebraska, duly organized
under the laws i hereof and entitled to all
the rights, end sul j -et to all the resttic
tions (stablished by the statutes of Ne
btaski iclative to (Ountrcs in said state.
4. That the defendants, Todd, Loder,'
h: (I Tihtseh. aru Ihe board of commis
sioners of said Cas-s Cuunty, t.i;d acting
.-a such, h ive general supervision of the
public busimss of said county sulj ctto
the restrictions placed upon them by
5. That s.-iid county of C iss is owm-r
of a ('act or paieel of bind, towit: lot
8, und. west, half of lot 9, Mock 30, in
I'Jattsmouth, upon which thre is situa
ted thne t-ul.-stiintial lukk birtldiiigs. of
a permanent character, whbh are the
pronerty of said ce u.iity, fnd two of
which are the court house buiMincs of
sa;d county, : i;d arc :i part" and 1 arctlof
said real estate und public ground-".
(5. That on or about the Blth day of
February, ldOl, said IVd.l, Loder, and
Trietsch, acting as the ln-ard of countv
roimi-.'s-ioneis of s-sid c;.u:.ty. pr.-lf lultd
to-advertise said buildintis fcir s:ilc, ar.d
on or about the 21th diy .of Febnnrv,
lbJl, they pretembd to sell sfihl build
ings to Walter .7. White for jo.5:, and
said defendant 'A kite now claims to be
owner of said building", :uid is proceed
ing to tear down, ronrve and destrcy
aid I'uildings. and v.iil do so unit ss rc
trail. ed by order of this curt, thus ner
mittiug the same to be wholly lest to this
7. Plaintiff further alleges that no
proposition has ever been submitted to
the electors of said county proTidi'ivj for
the sale of said property in any manner
whatsoever; tnd plaintiff alb-e ns ad
vised by-cuinsel that the .nc's of said de
fendants, Todd, Loder curl Tricts.ch, in
pretend leg to s-Al said prcperty are with
out authority of law and are void; and
that Slid pretended side conveyed, no
title whatever of said j-,r v : v to s;.id
U hite wlio has no authoiitv in law to re
move or destroy said property. That said
property is of cons:d( rablo v ;lu", at least
the sum of !;-l,0'J0, uuc1 the same will be
wholly lost to said county unless sa-d
ih'fendants ar-e rest rain eel I;y order of
Wherefore; Fldnt iff prays, that said
defendants, Todd, Loder and Trietsch,
be enjoined trom permitting said White
or any other person to remove or destroy
said property and enjoining them from
in any other manner disposing of or re
moving said property until duly author
ized thereunto as provided by law; and
that said White be enjoined from assert
ing any ownership or control over said
property by virtue of said pretended sale
or by viitue of any otiier claim, and for
such other relief as may be equitable
bigned and sworn to by James Stander.
also signed by Wooley & Gibson, attor
neys for plaintiff.
The sheriff has served the papers an
nouncing Friday of this week, at 9 a. ro.
as the time when application for injunc
tion will be made before the district
Fine is money then go to Gering &
Co s to buy wall paper. ' eod wtf
On account of printing the petition
for an injnucticn filed today our local
page is cut short. We thought court
house news of more importance than any
Save money and get the best selection
and cheapest wall paper at Gering & Co.
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LADIES AND CHJLDRENS CLOAKS,
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY
BLA 17KET3 COMFORTABLES
WHICH BEGINS TODAY
SSf HAVE cut the prices deep, and par
ties in need of anything in the above lines will
save money by calling.
Our new line of embroideries, the handsom
est and largest line ever shown by us.
Fir.sT noou i:sr nusr
NA'l iONAI. I A N K
jAWSON & PEA R CE
Carry a Full Line or
FIXE MILLEXZRY AND CHIL
ALSO ritESH CX'T FLOWKKS
1IOO.M 2. It. LKY BLOCK. i'LATTMO CTIl
Livery one indebted to JOli.',
The One Trice Clothier, must set
tle within thirty days or the ac
counts will be placed in the hands
of a Justice tor collection. tf
Joe Klein. Wm. Fisiiek.
The liucst of Fulliillin Goods at
tlaughttrirjrr prices at JOE'S. tf
A Husband's Mistake.
Husbands too often peimit wives, and
punnt.s tb- ir childrtu, to suffer from
headache, diz.ii-.ess, ueurulia, tk-C.Ie.-s-ncss,
tits, nervousness, when by the use
of Dr. MiW Restorative Xeivine such
serioU3 results could easily be prevented.
Dm 'f.i's t-vervwhere sav it Lives uni
versal satisfaction, and has an immense
sale. Woodworth & Co , of Fort Wavne,
lnd.;Snov & Co, cf Syracuse, X. Y.;
J, C. Wolf, Hillsdale, Mich.; and hun
lirfdn f others sny "it is the preatc-s'
seller they ever knew. It contains no
opiates. Trial bottle and fine book on
neryous diseases, free at F. G. Fricko &
All the latest styles of wall paper fouDd
(Vilrlmon Sr. VnllrrV tf
Notice is hereby tjiven that the part
nership heretofore existing between the
undersigned under the firm name of
Bceck & Walker is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All debts due said
firm must be paid to Henry Bu:-k, who
assumes all the indebtedness of said
firm. Feb. 26,191
HESiiV Bceck. eo- w- Walker.
Why continue the use of irritation
powders, snuffs or liquids. Eiy's Cream
Balm, plcasint of application and a sure
cure for catarrh usd cold in head, cm be
had for 50c. It is easily applied into
the nostrils, is safe and pleasant, and is
curing the most obstinate casrs. It ives
relief at once.
The undesigned has taken up a etray
pig which can be obtained by the owner
by proving property and paying for this
notice. S. F. Osborn,
Cor. Et "tith and Locut street.
Tin- V;;! i:''!iii AvciiiK:
!lr:tdiLi:i! f rs for
FLOUI'. AN!) FEED,
We pay no rent and sell fur CA-H.
You don't pay any bills for d a l beats
when you buy of this tirm.
TJie btst SOFT CO-Wj always oa
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()'poMte Kichey Bros Lun.i'i r office
SPECIAL - EKGAGEIENT
or the roPCLAn
Mr. W. S.Marshall,
Or'anit nf AH Faints Church. O -aaha.
Seats may be reserved at J. P. Young' .
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