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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1891)
monious, and in the
",1eld to Win.
publican Party of Cass County
ne a Splendid Ticket for
the Consideration of the
Voters at the Fall
i republican county convcn
vliieh convened at Louisville
,(l;i' was one of the largest,
'musiastic ana Harmonious
... . i
ntiona ever held bv th
in. R. S. Wilkinson, chair-
county central committee
the meeting: to order and l)r
Uutler of Weeping Water was
u temporary chairman and
MTIler of IMattsinuth tempo
' ji'iary. Dr. lJutler, upon
ing liis position as presiding
m a neat little speech, ex-
the convention lu nominate
'l ticket, worthv the simooi-t
- - j-1
party in all sections of the
The doctor was frcqucntl v
motion the following dele
were appointed .is a commit-
eredentials: M. M. Murphy,
h.sh, J. Robinson,
notion the following were at
1 as a coniuiittee on order of
Js: A. J. Craves, A. I'. Wood
notion the convention ad
d until 1 o'clock.
n re-assembling, the report
committee on credentials,
the recommendation that
ly proxy he admitted
i in all I. VI votes- was
otiou delegates present from
,'inct were allowed to cast
te, in the event that the
.vns not represented bv
p-lffort of the committee on
;nt organization, that the
fijf chairman he made per
I ....... ..4. ..I
i, ,in cmo jjn.ll.
'ommitteeon ortler of busi
commended that the candi
e nominated in the fol low-
ler: County clerk, treasurer,
. county judge, clerk district
county superintendent of
cornur, surveyor, delegates
tate convention, delegates
ldicial convention. On
'report was adopted.
L-lJction of the county com
tier was left with thetirstdis
' After tjuite a lengthy discus-
s to the time that the first dis-
trlyio4ld select its candidate and
,-amendments 10 tne uiolion
icd, the matter was laid upon
chair next announced that
nvention would proceed to
nidation of candidates in the
Irsignated by the report as
lk Dickson, of I'lattsmouth
the only noiiiinee, wasitanan
ly declared the nominee by
I . IT t .1
moii ncing I lie onlv
ireasiirer was nomi-
.he ollice of shcritf the follovv
'.mes were presented: Thos,
ms, of I'iattsuiouth precinct;
Kd-Jn, K'ock HlulTs; A. 1".
ardW I'ocping Water; David
'irtl, of Weeping Water.
r two ballots were taken re
in ni choice, the names of
'illianis and A. J. Woodard
withdrawn from the contest,
bird ballot resulted in the
atiouof (Jen. Edson by a vote
to.'Ii'o. On motion the uomi
o' f.oson was made unan-
in K'ussell, of Weeping Water,
linaniniuosl v declared the
ee for countv indue, bv ac-
lcrk the names of A. Salis
lf I'lattsmouth, A. I,. Timlin.
ping Water; II. I,. I.loyd. of
.hi the second ballot Salis-
declared tin- nominee.
Itlle II, mi i I, :if ii i ,f tK'tlfi
(X.-s of A. J. (iraves, of
MMHII, ilJl'l J. ,. IA'l.1,1, III
hi;' Water precinct, wen
ded J. L. Ley da was nomi-
n the fust ballot.
I'nruli, the present incum-
md Henry Mock, both of this
were presented for coroner,
nruh receiving a majority
dared the nominee.
. Mayes was nominated lor
; surveyor by acclamation.
5. Todd was re-nominated for
commissioner from the first
t bv acclamation,
i. MMlhani introduced the
I.Vi:i. That in the person of
'1. H. K'eese, ex-chief justice of
ska, we recognize a man em i -fitted
for the position of as-
istice ol the supreme
111 in point of legal attain-
I moral stamina. 1 here-
V'd, That it is the ex
pressed wish of this convention as
sembled, as it is in the interests of
the republican party and the great
state ot Nebraska, that the Cass
county delegation be and is hereby
instructed to cast the full vote for
Hon. M. R Reese for associate
justice of the supreme court and
use all honorable means to secure
Mr. Windham, in a forcible
speech, moved the adoption of the
resolution. M. It. Murphy was a
friend of Judge Reese, but being
opposed to sending instructed dele
gates, moved as an amendment that
'the motion be divided and that
each paragraph be voted upon sep
arately. The amendment was then
taken up and lost. A motion to lay
on the table was lost. The original
motion to adopt was then carried
unanimously, demonstrating con
clusively that Judge Reese has a
friend in the republican party of
On motion each ward ami pre
cinct were permitted to name a
member of a committee, the duty
of which shall be to select fourteen
delegates to the state and judiucial
con vent ion.
The committee scclected the fol
lowing delegates to attend the state
convention. S. S. Lnglish, Geo.
Clark, Andy Cliristenson, John
Clements, Ceo. D. Mathc rsou, Jas.
M. Drake, I. N. Woodford. C. L.
Craves. II. Filtenhary , Jas. Hall, J
A. Da is, Wash Smith, S. W, Orton,
The following were selected dele
gates to the judicial convention:
J. K. Stucker, S. S. Mrown, Isaac
Pollard, Sam Marker, J. II. Hall,
Anderson Root, A. J. (iraves, N. R.
Hobbs, Ceo. Findley, Orlando Tefft.
J. O. Adams, A. I.. Timblin.J. II.
The following resolut ion was in
troduced and adopted:
RKSIII.VKI), Hy the republican
county committee assembled, That
the members of the county central
committee be and are hereby in
structed to fill all vacancies in the
nomination of candidates for the
several county offices that may oc
cur, by reason of death of candi
dates, removal from county or for
any other cause.
The following was also Italian
Rksoi.vkd, That the eminent abil
ity and tearless integrity of the
Hon. S. M. Chapman as evidenced
by his course on the bench insik;rTmeVton. Action in review.
. t- 41... .(... II . -a . Tf I.. I... I' ,1 t
it the duty as well as the interest of
the people of this judicial district
to elect him to the position he has
ably filled during his term of office.
The names of Orlando Teft and
M. H. Murphy were presented for
chairman of the county central
committee. Mr. Teft received a ma
jority of votes cast and was de
clared elected. On motion Mr.
Murphy theeleetion of Mr. Teft was
made nan. minions.
The following were chosen mem
bers of the county central com
mittee: Salt Creek precinct Ceo Findley.
South Dend precinct W. 1 Wells.
Louisville precinct Miles Drake.
Light Mile Grove precinct Henry
Plattsutoiith precinct William
Greenwood precinct TunierZiiie.
Center precinct Mauley Rowers.
Mt. Pleasant precinct John Phil
Rock Mutts precinct William
1 fol mis J r.
Murray precinct - Ceo. Lloyd.
Tipton precinct T. X. Dobbin.
Weeping Water precinct James
Stove Creek precinct - II. G.
Avoca precinct - J. IL Davis.
Liberty precinct G. A. Rose.
Xehawka precinct C. D. Palmier.
I'lattsmouth city First ward:
Geo. Houseworth; Second ward: D.
K. Hair; Third ward: O. C. Smith;
Fourth ward: S. C. Wilde; Fifth
ward: A. J. Graes.
Weeping Water city First ward:
Simeon Rector; Second ward: C. A.
Webster; Third ward: A. L. Tiniblin.
The following were chosen as
central committeemen for the first
district of county commissioners:
First ward, Myron Clark; Second
ward, Jesse Root; Third ward, M.
M. Murphy; Fourth ward, Ld (ireu-
el; Fifth ward. A. J. (iraves;
I'lattsmouth precinct, Henry Kiken-
The committee elected Henry
Likenbary chairman and Jesse
Like all convent ion, in which the
party represented is in. the race
to win, there was quite a spirited
contest for some of the offices, but
ill were willing to abide by the !
ision of the majorty, and har-.iony
ind good feeling prevail''.!.
The entire ticket worthy of the
full support of oie party and with
this a'-!, corps of officers at the
helm the alfair of Cass countv
will be entrusted to good men.
The usual remark was, that the
republicans had an exeeptiotially
Dr. Uutler as a presiding officer
is a success. He presides with
dignity, impartiality, and decision
are rendered in accordance with es-
tablished rules of fp.irlimentary
M. D. Polk was down intlie west
end ot the count) "making hay,'
but owing to the rain in the after
noon, lie had an opportunity of at
tending the coin ention as a looker
on. A great many were surprised
that such a warm feeling existed
between the ditferent sections of
the county. It plainly proves that
the republicans propose to lay
aside petty side issues and work
in unison, which means success
to the entire ticket.
The speech of lion. R. R Wind
ham in support of his resolution,
was a forcible one, and had a tell
ing elfect upon the convention.
Mi. Windham is well informed in re
gard to the meritorious services
rendered by Judge Reese and his
just claims upon the republicans
of Cass county.
When Dr, Duller, in this speech
upon taking the chair, referred to
Mayor McKinley, he was greeted
cheers and loud applause, thus in
dicating that in the future as in the
past, the principle of protection, in
its true sense will continue to be a
shining star in the republican ban
ner. After t ll e pass a ge of
Windham's resolution to instruct
for Judge Reese, a prominent
gentleman of Plattsmouth who was
a delegate to the Hastings conven
tion two years ago, with six proxies,
all of which were cast against
Judge Reese, was heard to remark
that he had been ashamed of him
self ever since. This indicated that
he was now a Reese man.
S. I.. Seat's vs. Robert W. Cunning
ham et al. Suit on note for Hal).
Trial to court and submitted.
Kli Gibson vs. W. A. Tiffany. Suit
on account for work and labor.
Judgment by confession for $lt.Ht).
Paulina Lusinski vs. Carl Anton.
Suit on account for board. Trial to
court and judgment for plaintiff in
the sum of $1H.7H.
Win. Clans vs. W. II. Gillain.
Suit on account. Default of de
fendant entered and judgment for
plaintiff in the sum of .fdlKi.
Jacob Vallery, Jr., vs. Jesse lav-
John V. Farnell Co. vs. A. Cohen.
Hearing on motion to suppress
deposit ion. Argued and submitted.
C. D. Grimes for plaintiff, Meesou &
Root for defendant.
License to wed issued to John
Westlake and Miss LiiluGroth, both
Asgil S. W ill vs. John M. Holmes.
Suit for breach of contract in the
sum of $r7i.H. Answer, Oct. f.
First National Mank of Weeping
Water vs. Jas. A. Leach et al. Suit
on note lor $tX).i.2.'f, less indorse
ments. A nswer, ( ct. 5.
First National Mank of Weeping
Water vs. FredMellows et al. Suit
on note forif.HK). Adswer, Oct. .".
Chicago Nickle Works vs. The
Noble SewingCo. Suit on promis
sory note tor irl!".iHI. Hearing,
H. T.Clark Drug Co. vs. Flower A
Anthony Suit in attachment for
Richardson Drug Co. s, FlowcijA
Anthony. Suit in attachment for
Petition' liledjfor appointment of
Aaron C. Loder guardain of Martin
and Anna Mahoney Jfeeble minded
Last will and testament of David
IL I.ockhart filed for probate.
J. C. Cummins A Son vs. If. A M.
R. R. Co Defendant elects to takes
tender of iflsli.40 and deliver goods
C K. G. Vanatta vs. Llcctric Light
Co. Motion to make petition more
specific and certain. Argued and
Fred Schrader, the Cedar Creek
miller, came in on the Schuy ler.
Henry Schluts. an old Plaits
mouth boy, is in the city to-day.
Win. Rasuiusscn and family left
lor Mlair this morning on a v'sit.
Judge Chapman retinue! from
Kastern Iowa yesterday morning.
He reports dry weatle r and good
Dikd The littl daughter of Mr'
and Mrs. Frai'U Dickson died last
evening at .i:.(0 of summer com
plaint. The funeral will be held at
the h me of F. M. Richey al 2
oc'.fCK to-morrow alternoon.
Secretary Miller wishes us to say
that all bills held against the Cass
Counts Agricultural Society must
be presented to him by Thursday
noon, if possible.
Our genial friend, 1 1. C. McM aken,
left at thisollice a couple of baskets
of fruit, consisting of peaches,
grapes and plums, that are as tine
as grow in the county. Mr. Mc
Maken took several premiums at
the county fair this season and is
recogni.ed as one of our most
prominent fruit growers.
Will you sillier with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint'- Shiloh's Vit
ali.er is guaranteed to cine you. 2
firnn TV.rfiy Daily
The following is a partial list of
awards in de at the recent Cass
I'AXXKI) l-'K'l IT. I ll Kl IS, JKIJ.Vm.
Mrs. II. Likenbary, Plattsmouth
precinct, thirty - nine lii -1 premiums,
twenty two second premiums,
Mrs. R. F, Dean, Murray , twenty
two first premiums, thirteen second
Jos. Shera. Rock Mlults, si first
and seven second premiums.
II. Meslor, I'iattsuiouth precinct,
two second premiums.
D. A. Voimg, Plaltsnioulh precinct,
five second iwoiiinis.
Chas. K. CookHUjlNiuouih pre
cinct, one first prcmiun
iieury moii. I moil, one tirsl pn
t ii- ,.- i.
n 1 1 ii 1 1 1 .
K. R. Todd, Plaltsinoath precinct,
one first and one second premium.
Levi Churchill, Plailsmouth. six
first and seven second premiums.
R. F. Dean, Murray, eight lirstand
seven second premium
W. F. Moore, Murrav, eleven first
and nine second premiums.
Sam'l. Richardson. Fight Mile
Grove precinct, seven second and
and two first premium.
Will Richardson, Mt. Pleasant
precinct, two first premiums.
Jacob Vallery, Jr., Plattsmouth
precinct, seven second and two
G. S. I'ptoii, I'niou, one first pre
mium. Henry Met tins, Plattsmouth pre
cinct, one first anil four second pre
miums. II. C. McMaken. Plattsuioiith, one
first and eleven second premiums.
J. W. Thomas, Plaltsinoiilh, first
and second premiums on crab
J. W. Thomas, Plattsmouth, best
assortment of potatoes, lirst pre
mium; best peck of tomatoes, sec
R. F. Dean, Murray, best one-half
bushel beets, best six heads cab
bage, best assortment of potatoes,
best water melons, each first pre
mium. John Chalfant, I'niou, Inst fifty
ears corn, second premium.
C. Metiger, Plattsmouth, best one
half 'iiishel oats, spring wheat,
white beans, best assortment beans,
each first premium.
J. II. Meeker, I'lattsmouth, best
one-half bushel barley, liestihu
barb, each lirst premium.
W. R. Murray, i ittsuiouth pre
cinct, best fifty ears white corn,
D. A. Voung, Plattsmouth,
squashes, first premium.
F. M. Voung, best fifty ears corn,
(except white), first premium.
W. F. Moore, Murray, best one
half bushel Irish potatoes, first
A. M. Holmes. Rock Kluffs. best
one-half bushel fall wheat, first
premium; also lirst premium on
IL ('. McMaken. sweet potatoes,
J. Meckman. Murray, best fifty
ears white corn, first premium.
W. R. Murrav, sweepstakes on
best and largest display of farm
Mrs. A. M. Holmes, Rock Mlutfs,
best live pound- butter, first pre
mium. Mrs. Win. Taylor, Rock Mlr.as,
best live pounds butter, s .(uid
OKA I'li s..
II. C. McMaken, one ..econd and
ten first premiums.
K. U. Todd, first p.einiiini on best
W. M. Roher s, one second and
two first preciinns.
Jacob Va'.cry, Jr., two second and
two first , remiiiius.
W. M Roberts, best display ol
Iruit. irst premium.
u h i; i.
i. M. Warm1, I'niou, be.it loaf
wheat bread, he-l loaf turn bread,
best loaf graham bread, each first
A SOCIAL EVENT
On last Saturday evening a num
ber of the young people gathered at
the home of J. F. Kaufman to attend
a party given in, honor of Miss Lena
Singpiel of Mancroft. Nib. The
young people made themselves per
fectly at home and spent a very en
joyable evening playing high five
and eating' the delicate refresh
ments which were served by the hos
tess. At a late hour all departed,
pronouncing M r. and M rs. Kautman
the most charming of entertainers.
M E Conference.
The M. K. conferem f Nebraska
meets at Lincoln to-morrow, at !
a. m.. in the St. Paul church. The
conference is expected to be one of
interest aslay and ministerial dele,
gates are to be elected. It will be in
session one week. liishoji Goodscl
will preside and preach Sunday
morning. The M. A M. will sell
t ickets at one and a third fare on the
certificate plan, ijuite a number
of our people contemplate attend
JOHN Kl TZCIEH A LD'S CON OITION.
A Thoroughly Heliahlo SlHU-ment
From the Attending I'liyxieitiiia
Owing to the prevalence of so
many contradictory rumors con
cerning the illness of Hon. John
Fit.ger.ihl, a Journal representative
has elicted the billowing opinion
from Dr. ('oilman of Omaha, viz:
That Mr. Fit.gcr.ild will recover.
At present all active symptoms
have passed, be is entirely con
scious and recognises ami talks in
telligently with bis friends who un
permitted to v isit him. He is still,
however in a very feeble state of
health Irom the results of cerebral
congestion. The opinion of Dr.
Colfinan is concurred in by Dr.
Gaiuett ot Hot Springs, Ark. , who
is here in consultation with him.
A S,i,t Affair.
Mrs. J.isNJohnson. of Weeping
Water, well knownjo many of our
people, met with a tabilaccideut at
Lincoln yesterday. Mrs. Johnson,
accompanied by friends, va .re
turning from a drive, when Un
horses became frightened at an
electric car and proceeded to run.
Mrs. Johnson became alarmed and
jumped from the vehicle, striking
her head upon the pavement, Irom
the effects of which she died in a
lew hours. The funeral will take
place at Weeping Water to-day.
A New Fiiter)i'i-e
We have received a sample copy
of the first issue of The Alvo Advo
cate, a news paper to be published
by the Alvo Publishing Company.
The paper is a six column folio,
starts out with a piiv ing list of ad
verlisers and on the whole presents
a creditable appearance. It is the
wishes of TlIK llKh'Al.b that success
may attend the efforts of the pub
An Entrpriinu Clothier
The grand fall opening as previ
ously announced to take place at
the "one price clothier" establish
ment last evening at !S o'clock,
proved an occasion of considerable
interest. The proprietor had pro
vided good music for the occasion,
ami each person in the great pro
cession that filed through the store
room was presented with a beauti
ful souvenir, with the compliments
of the genial proprietor, Joe Klein.
It is evident that this establ ishment
will continue to take front rank
among our clothiers. The stock is
complete, embracing every essen
tial article in the line ot clothing,
mid prices are always reasonable.
A Bin Suit
In the district court, of Lancaster
county the case of Fit.gerald .
Mallory vs. the M. P. K. R. wis
called in the court yesterday. The
case involves ifhallO.IKK).
This noted humorist live-- in Here
ford Conn., and by his o ,vn writings
has made life mor- pleasant to
thousands. My th use of Mailer's
Sarsaparilla A ''-unlock thousands
of lives have t.eeu lengthened and
life made i.: asant. Moth are bene
factorsa al both are entitled to the
thank'- of mankind. For sale by all
t.iiid to Hcst
The funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Dickson's little child took place at
the residence of Mayor Richey this
afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Muckner
officiating. The alllicted parents
have the sympathy of their neigh
bors and friends in this time of sail
J. P. Meeker, of I'nioii, is in the
Wave Allen of Ashland came in
on the Schuy ler this morning'
Kd Streight, after visiting rela
tives and friends a few days, re
turned this morning to Alliance.
Hert Gapen, who inivv lives at
("larks, Neb., came in yesterday to
his old stamping grounds on a
We have received an anounce
iiient iilthe sixth annual meeting
of the Association of Trotting
Horse Mreeders, to be heldat David,
City, Nebraska, Oct. I.'t to Hi, lS'M
M. N. Griffith, Tin-: 1Ii;kai.i"s pop.
I'lar job printer, is confined to his
room to-day with cholera morbus.
Doubtless he will be nut soon and
the job department of Tuk IIkk-ai.h
office will be running- in full blast.
F W. Savv y er, of Rochester, Wis.,
a drominent dealer in general mer
chandise, and who runs several ped
dling wagons, had one of ais horses
badly cut and burned with a lariat.
The wound refused to heal. The
burse became lame and tjtilf not
withstanding careful attention and
the application of remidies. A
friend handed Sawyer tonic of Mail
er's Hard Wire Liniment, the most
wonderful thing he eversaw to heal
such wsuuds. He applied it only
three times and the sore was com
pletely healed. Finally good lor
all sores, cuts, druses, and wouubs.
For sale by all druggists.
Notice to Creditor
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TO Atl. WHOM I T MAY CONCKKN :
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(-iiinnit'iirlnt: mi I hi' imttli line lot '.iiiuiil :u teet
went, west line In Hi see . 7, low -i. i' l ai sr li
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ninth 'In.niUi lot 4. tlieneo nor' li ainl ensl lac-i-ol'ilitnf
to pel It ion I ai'i'ois west i, unit Ne
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Id if 11 as i ear an ii,ii'lli al to old roail near liili
son : llieuee ( ci-.iuIiiik to n'tlt ion :nnl re
liort ot vli-wor I to loiul nil writ ulilr of N i iif
X Ij sea I, town 12 niiim- I:i east. Inli'inc el
liH! nalit roail l railnu llirnnirli inllli'l uroiiiiil
helween Mr siull Innise anil I'oin Ileal, ha
ieiorti-il In lav.ir ol Hie lui-iitliiii llirieol. anit
nil iililwel tmiK then to, or claim for l amazes
mnl bp tllf .1 In 'lie t'onntj elt-ik's ottli-eoiior
hi'f'ix' noon on the lilh day nt Nnveni ei'A.K.
IKVl or mm-ii read will lie loeated without relnr
eiii'r I en to Hilin 'l(l leiinr n,
4t Comity f'lerk
btlrd 8('ttmher.iril, lwl.
Siillrt' In lirretiy ulieii that liy v f 1 1 li of a
license duly uranlcil to me bv llio dlslrlet
court ol l'as coiinly, Netnanka, f will on Hat
ui.ia Si-ilniher.'.ll. lwil, at I lie hour of 2 p m.
at the It.mk of Kaulc In Kiltie, ( ass county
Nolii-aska. soil llie tnllowlni.' ilescillird real
estate l:wll llir eanl ( w iiortliuent
in rier Ci of section to. J7. lonlitn Nolo
r:tii!i Nil. easl o till! tith, I'. M . in asn
county N. lnaska. Said land lu-liui;iiig to the
cstale oLIoslah S. Kecfer deceased hi d will
he miUI iilii'ct to all Ileus and iuciiii.dlanceii
iiimiii llie following li'rins : imr half tc, oinIi
lialance in tlnee ciual payuii'iit al 7 icr cent
iaal.le atiuuallv due January, I, I soj. May, lK
iwu. Mini May. I, istu, n-spei t v Iv upon' ai-"
piove.l socio It y A ('. An V Ms
Administrator i( .loslah X Keeicr, deceased
John A, Dawes, Attn hey ,
IN TlIK HISTItlCl'COUKT.CASS CO I' NT Y,
William II. I'lckeim i
Milton. I), folk ami T. O. I.cescn
T. O l.recn. (lelendanl, will lake tiotlcn
that on the ninth day of .Inly. IH:'I, William II .
I'Icki-D.s herein IHcil Ins iietlllou In the ilMrict
""ii of Cass county, Nehuiska, aniiiiit mild
delemlHBls, Die olijrct ami prayer of which hi
to ttiriM'loHH a certain lucclianlc'N lien dated
J ll' V in, Ihkii, upon the west twenty feet ol Inl
twelve, in hlock Iwenly-iiiiie, city of I'latH
mouth, ellraska, tnnecure the payninnt of
li. ,wi, with feveii per cent lutcn-i't from April
XI. IM!, now due and payahln. 1 lie plalntltl
pravs lor a decree llit drlemlHiitii lie rcqiilrfit
to pay tlie same or that said premise may he
mild to satisfy tliiiaiiiounl due nnmi.k lien and
ensl ol this action.
You are reiiii-te1 to answer said petl'.lon on
or licfoic the iniiflectilh day of Oclnher, Ul,
Haled. Heptemher I, 1h;i.
WM. II. riCRFNU.
By Matthew Uerliie, attorney, 41
It V virtue of an order uf mile Issued hy W. ('.
Sliowalter clerk of tlie 1st i let ciairt within
and tor Cass county. Nebraska. Hint to me
directed. I will on the, 'nth day of Octoher A H.
lwil, at 'i o'clock p. in., of said day nl the foot
of Hie stairway leai'niK up to Kockwood Hall
In the ell v of l'l.ltinnutli Case oounty No
lo ask a that liel'iK the place where the, last
term of the rii,icl conrl was hold in said
County, sell , politic, auctiuu, the followliiK
real estate to-wlt :
hot two (;,, In hlock one (I), in Walnut Mill
addition tithe city of Weeping Water, Cas
CHinity. Nebraska, touellier I'll the prlve
h'CeHi.'; appiirteuaiiReN tliereiinto helonKlUK
or in ar y wise HppertiilnhiK.
The same heiiiu levied upon and taken as
the property ol Clara llamhleion. Wllllaiu
lla'.ili ciou and Henry K Carter, defcnitaiits :
to satisfy h JudK'iient of said court recovered
ly It en lam i ll A. ilbon suite t II uled ol Ida
iiiiiersolf, plalulilf, ai;a.nt said defeudants
I'lattKinoulli, Neh., Sept. 17, A. H. lw1
flliertfl CaspfJounly, Neh.
Notiee of Prcbate of Will
'1'IIK HTATK OK NKIIItAMKA I
In Hie Comity Court for Cass C ount y.
IN THK MA IT Kit OK TK I, AS T Wll.l.
and testaini'tit of Huvld 11 I.ockfiait, de
ceased Notice Is lieri'liy xlvcti that on HieBlh day
of Octolier A. I), Istil, at the otflee of the coun
ty Juihte In I'lallsmoul ll. ('asscounty. NeloiiH
ka, at the houi of in o'clock In Hie forenoon,
the following mailer will he heard and consi
Tlie petition of Itachacl Hcnl to admit to
probate a certified co..y o Hi - lat will ami
I s t ; 1 1 1 1 e 1 1 1 of Ihiviil II, Lock hail, deceased,
late ot Havldson connly, Tennessee.
Hated tins Itilh day of Septruiher. A H. l'til.
By oidi r ol the mint. li S. ItAMsnv.
County , Indue.
Mutter, Lggs, Cheese, ild (ianie,
Poultry, Meat, Apples, I'otatoes
(ireen and l)ried l-'rilite, 'egetabh-H
Cider, Means, Wool, Hides, Tallow
Sheep l'elts, Furs, Skins, Tobacco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, Meeswax, Feath
ers, (iinsing, Mrooineorti. and Hops.
M. K. H A LL A k I)
ien. Com, Merchant and hhlpimr,
217 Market Street, - St. Louis, Mo.
WANTKH-Aent, yne acxuainled with Farm,
er and Shippers.
ncTcrvnr wk want a manih
UC I CL IIVC every locality load
nlel'rlv Meljeellve under our lnlruclions.
stasenil nip lur paroculais. w A I. II I NHTON
HK1KCTI VK AliKNt'V, hiu 7H7, Washlntnn,
fWs- THIS Tirensmtinn xit1,.
l j Ta ' " imury, removes
-ifcue I'reeKU. l.lvor.KI
rimplt'R, j;iack-llciul Hunhiirn
and Tun. A f w npplieatjoni will ren
Hi r the innut tnbljornlv rtsl nkin enft,
miKMiili nn. I white. Viola Cream i
not a paint or potviler to cover defect
hut a ri'ini ilv to cure. It in euperifir tu
nil other pri ptirrttiulis, find is piaranteeii
') L'i vu satisfict:on. A t drttgiruiut or mail
ed for CO cents. Lrejiftrd by
fnledt. Ohio. C. HITTN EU U-
Some if the most startling, inter
esting discoveries ot the life and
customs of buried Kgypl i re now
being made t h rough extensive exca
vationi. These discoveries are ex
citing a great interest. Many dis
coveries are. however, deing made
sn our country that are not less
strange and remarkable, among
which we nay mention that of
llaller's Pain I'aralyzer which ef
lefts entire rebel, and in many case.-,
a complete cure of that terrible)
disea-e rheumatism. :md wnich -t' "
relieves pain ol all Kin I v
sab- by all druggist-..
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