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j 'ttlpa. SufTi'rlnir Poiipfnl
Cured by Cuticura.
a (paorianU) fimt broke .int on mv l.t
.reading ifrnn my noiu', and alumn cov
f lao. It ran into my evei. and th.
) w. afraid 1 would .. niy eyoninl.t
r. li .rrad a!! over my L. ad, i.'n I my
BNrj. hair all fi ll c ut, until 1 wua
iT. ! mari'lir l,alil.h..,l...l: it tlu M
i 'j'Vjl broke nut on my arm hi. 1
nhoul.ifru, in. ill my arniii wi '.'
I n"1 000 ",re. h covered my
F"" i'tlri body, rry fae.-, hn.i',
nt:J ihouldera tn-mi: u:e w nr. t.
The h:ie neat foil omi-UMy
from my head, ab.'Ulderi., e.'i'l
rnui; tile km would thi. km
and be red ai.d wry It. h ,
mid would cr:.. k ut.j I. . .' 1
tf ncratdied. A (tor ik'1..u,- i;
,.... h,....!.-...... ,.( A .
jf wan ptuiu irii'i d Itii'uriO.le. ' 1
jOrrtrriiA Kkmkihf. nt .l a'tn- .v
... ClTUTIlA KKMlLll'NT, 1 l'. l.d -o .1
aid altor I bad taken four h'.ttiii., 1 i.m
ired; and wheu 1 had umi! hij buttle i i
IA KtXOLVKNT.OIH' ImSt of C'l Til TIIA. all. I
' o( C'l'Tlil'UA Slap, I wan curnl i f t!,.-
I'lincum- from which I bad unfit rod f'.r file
I cannut eiiirow with a pen w hat I mlTiro 1
reusiiiutlioIiKMUMEH. They mm d inv life, and
I It niy duty to recommend tlioiu. Mv hair ia
lurad a yond " over, and to In my eyeniuht.
lUs. KOSA KELLY, UockweU City, low.
V'lrw Blood Purlflor, Internally (to cloitnno
'"iltlpf all Impurities and poinouous olomeulu),
(' wfiXa ha, the groat Skin Cure, cud C'LTICX KA
aP, anTiquinito tkin Heautitiir, uterually (to
ir mo bkiii ana ncaip and roatore the nalr), have
i'u uioimanan or cam w here loe aheddiiiK of
lei DieaKured a quart daily, the akin cracked,
dinn, burning, and Itching elnmst boyoua
urance, hair lifelesa or all none, aufferiuir lerrl.
What other reiuediea have made mch cures i
jvild Merywhore. I'rlce, C'CTirrRA, tfic ; Soap,
; KIBOLVINT, f i. rrepareil l y the 1'OTTKH
'O AMU C'llESK'AL CollPOHATIdN, ltuatutl.
Send for" llow to Cure bklo iMwuea," 64
l, 60 illintratlona, and 1UU teatiiuouiala.
PLK8, blackhoadii,ri'd,roui.'h, chapped, audi
ouy kiu cureu uy ctticuua soap.
olT STOPS THE PAIN.
Pack ache, kidney union, wtiakucax.
rhcumatium, and muiirular paiun ni.
Hoy el In one minute by theCutl
cum AuU l'alu l'liteler. n.
LEG A I. XoTlCES.
THK DISTh'K T Col kT, OK C ASS
tiiv (i. h'iilit-y iiml rrnm is i
. k'k'lU'V, I'll ,.ll I Mi'l s ii liili;
isinoss timlrr the firm
mi' and stylo ! Kulioy I
I.l'wis, Hirst niiiiii'
nowti) iiml J . I. Lewis
naiMi' iiiil.iiiiM in W'i'i
S . YV ise. I. I'. I'nimnins
' rV . iiml I '"nil in II I'nr-
. Wise w ill take nntioe that nil the
of May. A. I . ISir-J, .1 u-l ire i i. K'iclr
Kriiiu is M. K'ii'liey plaititills heri'in
ir petition m the ilislrut court of
nty olirn-kii, iiirnitist saiil ilelen
irs. K, J. I.ewi-, J. 1'. Lewis, Wil-
U'ise, J.C . C'liniinlns .V Son, ami
I. I'lirnii'le, t he oliiect iiml uriiyer
ii'h nre to foreclose u certain iiiechiin
lien claim''' I anil tili il I y pliiitit ills upon
- xeyeiity (Till ami seyenty one (71) in
-e'n Out lots ailililioii to the city of
1 tsniimt h, .el a ii-ka, to secure t he pay
it for ii bill of I n i h I i r i uiuterial con
itiK nf luiulier, latli, wimlows, elc, in
-inn of s'JI'J.I j, unci t here i- now due litnl
aide (upon suiil hill mid mei haiiic's
the sum of Ml.l.i; SKl.Ta Imviiin Itm
I ami credited iip.ni saiil hill. I'lam-
- pray that said preuii.-fs may lie
ri'rd to lie soli1 lo s;it isl - saiil hill " li nil
lianic's lien, or the iiinoiint due upon
s.imie. Vou are reipiiied to answer
I' Vt ion on in before the It It dav of
l 1 1. WJ.
. "OJiivHi. A. 1). l-ii'J.
J I S I II ! (i..V K. M. K'K'HKV.
Ity tlieiralloiin v, JtVKo.N Cl.AkK,
"Notice to Delinqueunts.
ce is hereby iriyen that the inlerest
nil I al upon i h.' coin racts id -ulr mul
to the followiuy; described rduea-
id lauds situated in Cuss county, Ne-
la. as set opposite the names of the
mm t iye In ili I. rs thoieol, i- ilt-linouriit
I if saiil deliuipieiicy is not paid up
Inn ninety da s man the dale of this
ice, said cot it racl s v ill I o dec I a red ior
i il by the llojnl ol lvdiicat ional I. amis
i I' linils. anil -aid forf'.-it lire will be en
d of record in the manner provided
1 1 to, K- Win. K. Illackniiin
'lied at l.incoln, .eluaskii this 1st ilav
une, IMC. A. K. Ill .MI'llkKV,
C'niu. of Pub, Iannis aird lliiililinys.
h, C. Kit KOKl'-,
.'It County Treas.
Jf 4' Road Notice.
I'liiKSiliiim it nisi v concern:
lie coniiiii-sioner appointed to view u
I coiunieiicinir at the center on the
-t lino of section fourteoil ll , townsliip
ui). ranue twelve l!, riiuuiuu tlience
t throuiili tin-center nf section 1I IU1L',
nee east throuirh the center of section
1'.', tln'nce east Ilirnimli the center of
f-lirMuiHi terniiiiiitiotf nt the county
lltiinn troiil nw to se into Arhaw
1 .No. KM tube known us ronil .o3li.
orted in fnvor nf the locution there
in nbjectioiis thereto, orclaims for
i'H, must be Hied in t lie county
s otlice nn or before noon on the '.'nth
i- of August, 9i, or nucli ronil willl be
ated without reference thereto.
mi Monday'.s Daily.
',. NHh, Htnte Ht'cretiiry df the Y.
V. A.,.ws8 in the city over Sun-
oei'irrow nrnvea Home troin
ycimati, Ohio, tlu otlierdav a full
!re(l M. I).
x. and Mrs. Henry Herold re
lied this inoriiino; rrom their
to St. Louis.
,il Jones went up to Omaha this
HJPT vhere he has secured eni-
uent witli tm- Otnniia nee as
e slierilT is 81-lliuo; the Plaits
ll Street Kailway this after
m . .. i .
jarriaioe licences were issued as
lows to-day by Judo-e Kainsoy
iies W. 1 lan inirton and Miss An
Krowlek, both of this citv.aml to
tliur li. Cross and Kdith Piorceof
'he ri'i)ulilicans of Louisville will
Jd a ratification nicctinjo to-mor-fVevenino;
nt Loiiixville to ratify
UOti ination of Harrison and
J. Tha reinililicans of this city
eartieslly invited to attend,
Hrio;jjrt and wife wore out
ant evening and while
iilc down the hill south of the
park the harness broke and
horse started to run, throwinio
. IJr'H ou al, hrnisino; her
fle badlj-. Mr. Jlrijos and the
escaped unhurt. The bttjjiry
broken all to pieces and tlu
THEM. P. IS NOW OPEN.
The Missouri Pacific Now Runs
Tra'rs to Omaha.
N f w St.-U-ort on t :
l oad Cot wee n
O r...h i an d Uu onA
CiHir.'.ry A onu tne L.
A Wgin.in itn i a
The Woi-Iil-Hi r.iKl has the follow-ino-
to say I'niii rriiiuo- the new -l:ort
lino, which was opened isionl iy
for the lii'.-t time, liavini;- a reporter
on thetrain that made this trip:
The Missouri Pacific short line
between this city and I'nion, which
lessons the distance on the (lould
road by twenty miles between
Omaha and Nebraska City, Kansas
City and St. Louis, and gives this
metropolis a second line to Fort
Crook and to Plattsinonth, was
opened to regular trains yesterday,
A month or so will elapse, how
ever, before the fast through trains
will run over the short line. In the
meantime the new track will be
made smooth and the crossing sig
The through passenger trains by
the short cut will then forego the
use of Jay Ciould's personal mad
the Omaha Holt railway- and local
trains between Omaha and Auburn
will traverse the Holt and serve the
people at Portal, Weeping Water,
Talmage and other stations on the
Starting from the Union depot at
Tenth street, the route for the short
cut is along the I'nion Pacific
tracks past South Omaha, with its
views of enlarging packing, and
past Avery, with its brick yard that
is eating a hole in the clay fore
ground to a junction a third of a
mile south of (iilniore.
At this point, known as Gilmore
Junction, the Hiirlington road short
cut between South Omaha and La
Platte Junction, leaves the I'liion
Picilic track to hug the western
bounds of Kort Crook and join the
river line of the Hurlington about
four miles below, midway between
Hellevue and La Platte.
A few rods west of (Iilniore Junc
tion the Missouri Pacific short cut
starts from the I'nion Pacific and
parrallels the Hurlington short cut,
the two tracks being about WO feet
A mile and a half south of the
junction a grove of tall Cottonwood
around a spring marks the north
west corner of hurt C rook reserva
tion, a string of cars with material
for its sewers and water mains
stands on a siding and trenches are
dug beyond it to the ridge, on which
the officers' quarter are to stand.
The train speeds southward
through billows of green sward and
grain and ridges crested with foli
age across the Papillion, past the
rendering works and pulls up at La
Platte, a station a block south of
the Hurlington'3 station of that
same name. Soon it crosses the
muddy and sluggish Platte on a
bridge built with three iron truss
spans over the channel, pile spans
beyond and rip-rap and willows
planted along the approaches.
A little stretch south of the Platte
there is a long line of cables, rods
and signal posts guarding the cross
ings of the Missouri Pacific and the
Hurlington main line from Pacific
Junction. The operator iu the sig
nal tower will control twenty levers
and the safety and interlocking
switches and signals are perfection.
A quarter-mile each side of the
crossing a semaphore extends a
warning red arm above the track
for the engineer who is to stop. If
he does not heed it a warning red
gate drops arcoss the track. Hut he
will not reach the gate, for at a dis
tan:e of two telegraph poles from
the crossing, a derailing switch will
throw his engine off the track and
prevent it from crashing into the
train which has the right of way
and his crossing.
Passing the crossing the road
cuts through rough bluff? and en
ters Plattsnioitth in the west part
of the city, about a mile from the
Missouri. It has a separate passen
ger and freight depot station there.
There is no rust to rub off the
rails below Plattsinonth for the new
road there has been operated since
Two and a half miles south of
PlaUsiuouth is M nard station, a
new and attractive place, boasting
of an elevator and stock yards.
Four miles south of Mynard a
dark-eyed o-year-old boy looks out
of the station window as an engine
and a single car pulls up to switch
and he asks: "Ir zis ye pay car."
No, it isn't the pay car, my boy,
but it looks like it. Friends of the
late Frank Drake readily recogni.c
the handsome boy as his; there is
no mistaking the likeness. And
'' -'. '" gowned j
,t.iv. will) w hile apron, conns'
out. Tlu- station v.'ii
choice rati. or than a
railwav ' !li r". tir -ho
it -. Drake'.-
lace in a rit v j
va- latnili.tr 1
t.'ri'fil a ,-tatiou tlt.it lio in!i;tit h.' o
I Ml-i Ill -Oil
iril I i. lo hit" ami ciiio i
au.l it ili
i if .: i: y i
niai:a:vs it iiio
i s liy tar tin1 mo
I til.- in.-vv elation
ii'ii1 an- two ih
o:'- all' I .1 sloi a al l I
at M una
1 1 1 o t"Wii has t wo I'hui i-
til'l is a 1
A roliin j,' I'ouiitry, t'hri-iM-ri'il with
lit ilviuw aal i i o j i i 1 1 i tlt I i i t
and there with lodges ol stone, lies
between Murray ami the next sl.i
tioii, I'liioti, whica is the junction
will; lie- old main line. I'tiiou
was firm land until the mail came,
but now a illaye ol Hm) souls, with
three chnrcho-, a two sbn-y school
house, two elevators and two hotels
is perched on a knowl.
Kolow Murray is Wyoming, situ
ated m lioneral an uyck's own
domain, anil then comes Nebraska
City, best known to travelers as the
site of the distillery, the cereal mill
and the Hotel Watson.
For the present the short line
tram runs between this city and
I'nion, backs to the Webster street
depot, but this is only a temporary
arrangement to pound the track
Supreme Court Decisions.
Kverett vs. Tidball .V Fuller, error
from Cass county, affirmed. Opin
ion by Chief Justice Maxwell.
I'nder section H7.' of the code the
deposition of a witness may be used
only in the following cases: "1.
When the witness does not reside in
the county where the action or pro
ceding is ponding, or sent fortrial
by a change of venue or is absent
therefrom. U. When, from age, in
firmity or imprisonment, the wit
ness is unable to attend the court.
or is dead. H. When the testimony
is required lipoma million, or in any
other case where the oral examina
tion of a witness is not required."
li. When a deposition is offered
to be read in evidence, it must ap
pear Ui the satisfaction of the court,
that for any cause specified in sec
tion 'A71, 'lie attendance of the wit
ness cannot be procured. I f the wit
ness is openly within the county al
the time of the trial and is not pre
vented by age, infirmity or imprison
ment from appearing in court, his
deposition cannot be substituted
for his personal presence to give
testimony if the adverse party ob
ject to such ileposition.
It. Where no objection is made in
the motion for a new trial and the
verdict is excessive, the objection
cannot be considered for the first
time in the supreme court.
4. A draft payable to the order of
the payee and endorsed iu blank by
him and delivered to a tuird party
is thereafter like a negotiable in
strument payable to bearer, and the
title will pass by mere delivery.
Loder vs. I .odor, appeal from Cass
county, affirmed. Opinion by Chief
J nstice Maxwell.
CJ In an action to set aside a deed
made by a father in his dotage to
his youngest son, held, that the tes
timony tended to show tindiKi in
lluence on the part of the son and
that the falher was not iu a mental
condition to transact important
'J. The judgment is supported by
the weight of evidence and is nf
Connor vs. Draper. lirror from
Cass county. Af'lirnied. Opinion
by Mr. Justice Norval.
"Where, in an action tried to jury
there is evidence to sustain the ver
diet the supreme court will not set
it aside and grant a new trial be
cause the bare preponderance of
the evidence seems to be against
Held that the instructisns fairly
submitted the issue to the jury.
When documentary evidence is
excluded on the trial, the same must
be incorporated iu the bill of excep
lions in oruor mat tins court may
review the rulings of the trial court
W. II. Holin vs. Coon Vallery wa
on trial before Judge Archer thi
morning. The case was taken un
dor advisement. Holin contraetei
to work lor Vallery for thre
months, but quit before his con
tract expired. lie now brings suit
(or wages for the time coutrai
The "Short's" and the "White's
struggled for supremacy at the
ball park yesterday for a purse of
if'.t, the "Short's" winning by a score
oi i.i to i. lilt feature ot tin-game
was the brilliant manner in which
the "White's" generally succeeded
in mulling the ball.
James Deweer was arraigned be
fore Judge Archer this morning
charged with being drunk and dis
orderly. He was fined $. and costs
A colored man was arrested on the
, charge oi being a suspicions char
' acter bnt was discharged.
witli railway work, ami ln. pro-'ami
I't oot'i'U n s.
Ni l ., I ii in- 7 I lii
hoard mot pin
ami lull lnai
the Mav -o-i.
aiant lo a.lii.iiT iinu lit
I'l'i'srut. yiimilr- of
I t' ail au.l ,i.jiit,,'l
ill' iMl-ilH'-S was
.tau- an.l.'.ii' in rr.
irom 1 to loo ,,: (',,-s
: .v. M. K' i.'o.. Ih in
! au.l lil 'd,
' l.ir i oiilor
tr.ui - .KMivl iu ' .
l,.'.,a i ,o t'. ..
' iril lo boinl- I
l'iM!llt to till' ! '
iliio wa- nvi
!!. J. II
is to ri'Ci'ivf
1 1 1 i ; i : t - will
1 1 1 1 1 l i 1 1 : i ' as i i
I 1 uniil
mac I e maile
I'll i 1 ion ol ! i
m I. ui. lor rediic- :
at on ioi- '' ami ;i in I
nan's add lo I Mat!--
ar lv, 1 was reduced
i' ', the same 1 .ring
t ii lt ol asses.-'
bl. .Ck 'J. Si. id' I
mouth lor tin
from .Vmh to
considered a .
On petition John Kidman was ap
pointed coii-l.ihle in and for Stove
Contract was made willi the No-
irasKa telephone t ompanv lor
lir telephones for the court house
il f:iXr per mouth for each tele-
file commissioners having recon
sidered the claims for damages on
hat is called the Nehawka road
have allowed the following sums
in full payment and the sums have
been accepted as follows:
11 Weston IflliO
Minerva Hoyd i
(i YA Conrad Kill
Win Carroll S)
Alva Ilobson ."m
Mrs M llruce ' CO
lu consideration of which these
parties who were pi tmtills m court
gainst Ca.-s county have wilh-
rawn their suits and are to pay all
osts of said suits.
Petition for county bridge on (th
iinlilli streets lit tile village ol
Mock Hliilfs was refused.
Official bond of W. J. Laughliii,
issessor of Salt Creek precinct, ap
pointed May 'K l'.i'J, approved.
Notice of William Weber in re
gard to being engaged in the man
ufacture, bottling and selling soda
mil mineral waters iu Plattsinonth,
mil warning all parties against ap
propriating or destroying marks,
bottles, brands, etc., was filed and
S.'llullish was granted a drug
gist's permit for one year in the vil
lage of Wabash, from date, having
omplied with all the requirements
Official bond of John Kidman ap
Philip Horn was allowed 1.1 for
three-eighths of an acre of ground
out of the south-oast corner of sec
tion l71U-i:i, taken for road pur
poses. Mills allowed:
bl-AKh-AI. I- IMI.
C I.oder, salary ami expeii-es $ M hii
Jacob Trilsch. same.. M In
S W Dutti.n, same INi ii
frank Dickson, -nine Iliii'ifi
M 1) Ulack, rent of ollice Is nt)
II Klsoii, m.lse to poor .. . I 'Iu
II J Slrciuht, exp Sbite vs (niy d .'li
II I'' llremlel, ph vs sal 1st 1 1 lurt i-r li
C Mayes, labor and expenses Illi ill
V J While, coal to count y :&l 7-
Jones .V. l iterald, b-aiu lor com'rs.. l- fm
John S Marl, a e or Stove Creek . . f.'l li
J I' Falter, assesor I'lattsiuoutli I
(leu A Hay, assessor Kluiwood 1117 IHI
Dbriiiu, assessor Weepintr Water.. Ma"
J C Williams, assessor iitli ward,
Plaits nt Ii HIOll
Henry lloeck, nnlse to poor IK 4t
LchnliotT Urns, stationery Ill Ml
!! Hemp.'!, janitor court house 113 11
li W Noble, salary and expenses lull INI
f V Fountain, assessor South lletid. lib till
S K Hall A Son, Mdse to Co I 7
I) J I'itmaii, assessor Kock lllults... 1 .7.1 so
J H Fakeiibary, lulu pour, less rent ... UI 40
Omaha Printing Co., stationery.. .. iS 115
K StuzeneKKUt, iiulse to poor 1'-' ICi
Anna Hurt, keeping poor 15 iK)
L. 0 F'reidiiy, physician's salary . Ill 00
Joseph Crahnni, keeping poor Vi OH
kees PrintiiiiiCo, stationery 3 fill
State Jornal Co, simie Hi on
l'liittsinoiit Ii (!us Co, kus 75
Joe Klein, nnlse to poor 7 511
C llrekenlit l.l, nnlse to Co 5" 50
Neb Tel Co, rent JO Hi
I) S Draper, storing mdse for Co N 40
J K Smith, keepiiiK poor HMO
II DTravis, law hooks II 5ft
II I) Travis, eh reports 2 SO
Sunnier Hros, mdse to poor Ill 00
L 1' (ireen-late A Co, same HI Its
II I) Travis, expense... 2 I
Jas M Carper, ussesinii Mt I'leasiint 110 50
X I. a rVue, ii-sessinu Liberty lis .Ml
Auu Panska, asse-sinij Louisville. . Its Ho
C K Wescott, mdse to poor '2 V.
V Hansen, same 5(H)
1". Hanson. a--ossini It Ii ward I'latts 151 00
A (itithmaii, a-sessin 1-t ward
F McCourt. nid-o to poor 2 bills ... HI no
A W White, same II no
V II Wheeler. transcript nl testimo
ny 2 l.ill- 1.1
K A Kirk pat rii k. a--i'-sitiw NeliaiA ka .V)
A H Knot t , print ini; 7s
(ieo Hatch. tin!-e to poor ii ;'l
1 'l. A l 1 .-Mi H la
Hank ol t a Co, real 15u no
M II Miirpl. .V Co, nid-o to poor. . . 15 :!n
P l Hate-, uurk at court house 5120
Sam An In r. iniivini; sale 50 no
W II llill.ii--, iuu F.inht Milef.rovi- Nl to
J P Million, Mtlin-s St nil vsCol-ou .. IJ 20
J U Parlriibn . i are o( sick p on
C lie inpt'l. I to poor 2 50
J 1 1 1' cruiis' ii At Son, t i a u i for coin'rs 11 5n
ll' iiry lichrtix, a-si ssimj A voon pro. ..5 20
C Tiulte, n ossini! Coiitor pre 121 .In
V. K Parnit If. team forcoiu'rs 11 ,71
A Clark, nnlse to poor 1:1 im
Kred Kroehli r. iiioviun safe lo no
C S Twi . as-c-sini: :ird ward,
Pllllt-lll.i'llll .... l(s 00
S kichard-nii, rent fur poor Ill 20
J II Jones, helpim; to move H lift
Win Wetenkiimp, rent of ollice 47 '.5
W J Liitiifhlin, as'n Salt Creek i:K sii
M McFnll, ii-'iik Tipton Inn on
Cost bill .-ttiti- vs h' M Peterson.... 1100
Win Tllie, bil'nif prisoners, etc Hi 15
Muriu linch, mdse to poor N 00
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board of e
J. I.. Clark is v isiting hi
N.Clark. n. K.
A. It. Todd went out
Mrs. Joseph FeUcr
Mrs. Coo. Dodge left this morning
for a isit iu the western part of the
Dr. ami Mrs. li. D. Cummins re
turned home this morning from a
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hunter are re
joicing over the advent of a baby at
O. J. and P. II. Davis, of Syracuse,
are iu thocity visiting their brolher,
S. A. Davis.
The divorce case of May Murray
s. Chas. Murray is on trial in dis
trict court to-day.
Mrs. W. A. Swearingen returned
last nigh from Kluiwood, accompa
nied by her little sister.
Thus, Wiles went out to Lincoln
this morning to attend the Cotner
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winslow, of
onesaw, are visiting at the home
of S. A. Davis and family.
A permit was granted to-day to
Henry linker and ami Miss Anna
Inhelder both of Cedar Creek.
Albert Jordan, of dri-tna, Nebras-
ka. has removed to Plnttsmouth and
is in the employ of the lilectric
Chas. Yates, superintendent of the
telegraph system in Nebraska, with
headquarters at Lincoln, was iu the
Chas. Leach, manager of Carruth
ot Son's jewelery store al McCook,
trrived in this city last night for a
two weeks' visit.
A permit lo wed was granted to
lay by Judge Iv'aiusoy lo J. F. Wel
lington and Miss Hattie Latham.
The ceremony will occur to-morrow
it l'J o'clock.
W. C. Show-alter severed his con
nections with the district clerks
office Saturday and departed with
his family yesterday for a visit with
friends in Iowa.
Word was received in the city to
day from W eeping Water that Miss
Abbie Itoardsley had died from ty
phoid fever. She was a daughter
of J. M. Itoardsley, formerly of this
Mrs. Hell, mother of Mrs, Walter
white, passed quietly away Satur
day night at the home of her
daughter. The deceased was over
eighty years of age. The body was
taken this morning to Kulo, over
the M. P., and will be buried by the
side of her husband.
Fred lirickson and Amotiia Stock
well were granted a license and
Judge Kainsey then and there mar
ried hem. They had in their pos
session the written consent of the
girl's parents. They were both
sworn and said that the bride was
of age. This afternoon the mother
o' the girl made her appearance
and said that the girl was only six
teen years old. She nor her litis
band had never given their consent
to the match and also that Un
written consent was written by
somebody iiosidos Horse! I or nor
husband. After she thought over
the matter and the penalty the cou
pit would suffer she concluded to
let the matter drop.
THOS POLLOCK R W HTERS
Notary I'iiMu- & Alistiia-ti-r .Nolielto
Real Estate, Loaii and Insurance Agent
If you have real estate to ell or
exchange send ii description, price
tracts of title furnished
f l'Hi.lXKl to loan at "74 percent and
no commissions, on good
POLLOCK & IIYKKS
ODlce under Can County Dank,
(tiling to Sju'iul l ho
A (ili.rio ii Y o ii i' t h
Makr our 'tori' your
I lead qua r tors tor
vou ". ill find avc can
take care of yout
And when it conies to furnishing
you with the necessaries of
the occasion we are
StricHf In If
We have now opened an inline uce
At Prices cheaper than any
Al E A K T I M E
We can safely say we have
a larger and better line of
F YOU ARE-
I in' :
HASH HALL GOODS
Than any house in the county.
he Purest and most Ke
fresliihir Soda Water
Plattsmouth, - Neb.
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