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PLATTSMOUTH. NEHKASKA, FlllDAV, MAY 81, 183
Ttitf nMLY HERALD :
IMIO POSITION TO VOTE BONDS.
In thu matter of caliinj u Special Klcction of the electors in and
for Cu.-s county, Nebraska, tor tiie purpose of voting upon the ques
tion of whether the co'.inty ot Cass, in state of Nebraska, feliaH issue
bomb, for the piirpor-e ot l.m.uiug a court house, and for the levying
u tx t-.r the paym ent of the tame. lie it
Ri-i'flred, J I y the County Commissioners ot the county of Cuss
anl state of Nebraska, in regular adjourned session assembled, this
9th day of .May A. !., IH that the county clerk of said county be
mid ho hereby is notified and directed to call a special election in and
lor the county of Cass in the state of Nebraska, at the following
places in said county, to-wit:
Tiptvm i 'recinct, Tidbail & Fuller's lumber office, Eagle,
(ireenwood I 'lvcinct, Town House.
Salt Creek Precinct, Colemau & AlcPherson's lumberoflice Green
Stove Cre;k Precinct, G. A. It. hall, Elmwood.
Elmwood 1 'recinct, him wood (Center School liouse
South jJend Precinct, office of South Platte Lumber Co., South
WeiM.m; ecpin I 'recinct, School liouse District 83
eepin Water City, Dr. J. W. Thomas' office Weeping "Water
Center 1 recinct, Manley bcliool liouse, District 90, Manley.
Louisville Precinct, Seth liockwell's office Louisville.
Avoca Precinct, O. Tefft's office, Avoca
the county seat of "said Can8
county, on the Nth dny of May, A. D.,
1S89, and in accordance with the law and
statute of Nebraska in suid case
made and provided and as set
fortlt in its question and prop
osition so to be submitted and therein set
forth and made a part of this notice, and Why ll.tm.u.u Are Worn They l.xHte
SMALL LUXURIES WISHED FOR BY
SOME REFINED WOMEN.
accordiug to the terms thereof, and that
said question and proposition be submit
ted t a vote of the legal voters of said
Cuss county, and the following shall bu
the form of the ballots to be used at said
election in favor of said question and
"For the issue of the Bonds of the
County of Cass for the purpose of build
open until 6 o'clock in the afternoon of
said da r.
.HI. 1 u-asant I rcciinr, immure ccnooi House, district, ro. ou. 0f Cass shall at least twenty days previous
Lijlht Mile drove I recinct, J lei i s. School House, ... istnct.No. oo. to such election make out and deliver to
Liberty 1 'recinct, Leidih & Donaldson lumber office, Union.
Kock 1 Mulls Precinct, Murray School House, .Murray.
Plattsmotith I'recinct, Taylor.s School liouse, istrict No. 41.
I'LATTSMOL'TII CI IV.
First Ward, County Clerk's office.
Sei'ond Ward, Old Foundry office.
the Knvy of Other Women Some C'url
oun Opinion of What True l enilnliie
Luxury Meum. Turklith l-atl-M mimI fluids.
Curious, isn't it, what queer ideas some
women liuve of luxury I Probably nnst men
Ktipjx)Si. that all women think alike ou the
luxury question. If asked, they .would very
likely say that to women lurury with a big L
rrwA na lir.rK-uai Info. 1.l..ji..1. mid notll-Il-T
ing a County Court House and the levy to d This is looking at it entirely from the
of ii tax to pay the principal and interest outside and taking a general view of it: a
of such Bonds." wrong way to Judge, for there are many de-
And the form of the ballots to be used I tails to be considered Doubtless to muny
at said election against said question and women horses, laces, diamonds and nothing
proposition, shall be as follows: to do does mean luxury; Due not to an, tor
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"Against the issue of liouUs of the I a'1 "-" u ..u.. i. i..-. ..... ,.--...
County of Cass for the purpose of build- UA BP wmen wer "ns
ft . . r 1 j ., i the other day, when one of them started the
ing a County Court House and the levy ti w&t is ideaof luxurv, Wit.
of a tax to pay the principal and interest a momenVa hesitation a very bright wo
of SUCh Bonds. man answered: "The nossession of something
Which election shall be opened at 8 i don't own." A silence had fallen on the
o'clock on the morning of said day, and group when the question was asked, but this
will continue open until 6 o clock in the I answer was received with applause. And
afternoon of the same day, that is to say then they entered into detail. They were all
:he polls at such election shall be open clever, rennea women, dul none or mem
at 8 o'clock in the forenoon and continue"! owned distended purses, lliey generally wore
pretty gowns, stynsn nats ana neat gloves
and boots, but as a whole tbey did not swathe
themselves in lace, nor did any of them own
horses; there were not more than a dozen
diamonds among them all, find thov wrr
none of them idlers, nor '.'. ! i . : '
One of them, noted for her extreme neat
ness of dress, said that her idea of luxury
meant clean linen twice a day and a Russian
bath once a week. She declined to say how
often she indulged in clean, linen; but no
member of the group had ever seen her when
her ruches at neck and wrists were not im
maculate, nor when there was the tiniest
speck on her snowy petticoat. As to tfce
S. V. THOMAS.
.Attorner-at-Law nml Notary TuMlc.
Fitzgerald Work. riatlinoutli, St b.
A. N. St' I.I.I V AN,
Attoniey-at-I.aw. ill nivc iti.m t Alt-ntlon
to all biii-tueon IntniMeil to l.lin. Olliee In
Uulon Mock, Kast -tliir, riiitHmoiilii, eb.
VJ t'llKIS. WOlll.KAK I II
Staple anrl fatiey iirociir'n,
CrorKery. Klonr ami 1'e.eil.
the Sheriff of said county three notices
thereof of such election, for each Election
Precinct. District and Ward, in
which such election in mid County
of Cass is to be held, and the
said Sheriff shall post up in three
of the most public places in each Election
Precinct, District and Ward, in
which the election in said County
of Cass is to be held, the
take two a year, instead of fifty-two.
Third Ward, liichey Pro's, lumber office.
Fourth Ward, Waterman's lumber office.
Fifth Ward, Filth Ward School House said three notices thereof at least ten days are expensive luxuries to a woman of small
t l l i j ' . . i , ot t.,., . i Can 1 r I before the time of holding such election, I means who Las her own bathtnb wherein
no ueiu "o tuu owi va ui .nine, 100, iui uie puipuoc u. ouu- RnJ afc leMt one copy of the que8tion and she may splash by the hour without extra
miiiiiin to me icgai voters oi saiu county me quetjiioc anu proposition proposition so to be submitted and above charge.
r.l" v..fi:irr :ml inin.r tu I..:il -.fKn',l pminh' in tliA nmnnnt. of forth slmll be nnfitKd uu in ftconHnir- The next woman, who was the envied pos-
i- -ei i o..,!'.... t i...:i.i: v,.. nous ulace at each of the several nlaces lessor of a magnificent quantity of hair, said
I. "Ill V lUrilLllll 1711 lillh llli lilt. IJIlll(lllll)I rl V.U JIIIV IJIIIII L 11UIIMI
How Slue I'ieture Are Ieli;iiecl, Mmle I'p
uikI I'ut Into l'lure.
Very few of tho moro recently built
theatres liavo painting rooni3 that nny
one wlio valued health and biht would
caro to paint in; henco any painting that
has to be done is painted outside in rooms
specially built and fitted with all tho
necessary apparatus for raising tho sce
nery and stretching tho largo canvases.
Thero aro threo very fine rooms in
the older theatres Covent Garden,
Drury Lane, and Her JIajesty's (the lat
ter for some reason is the most agreeable
to paint in of tho three, as thero in no
thoroughfare through it: nerosa Covent
Garden and Drury Lane rooms workers
in other departments liavo a right of
way). Tho room at Covent Garden is
of vast proportions (90 feet long by 30
feet wide, and about 55 feet high), and
possesses four separate stretching frames
the largest 42 feet by 70 feet. This
enormous stretcher is worked up and
down by means of a very powerful wind
lass with multiplying gear, and bung by
iron chains. Tho canvas to cover such a
frame would cost about 15 with the
sewing. Tho physical strain in covering
so large a Burface, and in walking back
ward and forward from one end of the
room to the other to judge of tho effect,
is exceedingly severe. Tho present ar
rangements in England aro a great ad
vancement upon the older method of
spreading tho canvas out ufxin tho floor.
Jllllltil.-l Ui u. itCd iv.it ...'(j ' i.K' jjlU'i
Scenerv in France, and on the continent
generally, is still painted so; in tho old 3 p3 ifirmlltaQfhoP
"Her Maiesty's" tho painting was dono U lfi v. Oil 1 1 VI I UaOl I CI
on tho floor over tho auditorium.
Tho income of tho most successful
scene nainter is certain lv verv much
smaller than that of a very second rate C. F. S M i T H,
cabinet picture painter, or even of a
Wagon and lilacksmith Shop.
Machine and Plow
A Specialty. He uses the
$7 V 25 XI 0 3. X 5
Horseshoe, the Ilcst llorseslioe tor tlio
Farmer, or for Fast L'iving and t'ity
purposes, ever invented. It is made so
anyone can can put on shaip or lint corks
io n"'lr-il for we t Mini lippt iy roittls, ;r
.u... . i i v iohiIs. Call iitiil Ivxiimine
these Hhoes and von will have no other.
5th St., Plattsinouth, Neb.
Kussian batbs, sne saia tbat sue managed to I f""-i'"" " --t-i r-r i
Xhey I toierauiy successi ui uraugnisman i or trie HtJ Ji'OO J. ctllvJI
4.: J : .1. ,1 i. .
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at i uu cii oi x i.tiiBiuoiuii. in ilIu couiiij oi v;ise, liuu ioi r,auu.g iu It is further ordered and declared that
be levied aunuallv a tax on nil
that she wanted a maid to take care of it;
that would bo luxury to her. The care of
....... , ...f ii., L,.: .c. . .. , , , . I aer nair requirea time ana strengin, ana
w. Vi oaiyx vrtoj, mis notice oi sucii election ana oi sucu n;tA .tI,,,, hr R.,t Kh mPt. with no
county, SUIUvient lor the payment OI the interest on bald bonds, and question and proposition so to be voted sympathy. She was promptly told by all
lor causing the levy in"; aiinually
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ki'iiji aii!iTTiir .11 I i.ii'ii lift iitiv iiva hit I'l'in mil in irifr. Tii-iTifiriMi ill I .
... v. , .. .,v.. x.v,....... .. r. .www... I t)lete codv ot tnis notice shall be nven
such bond?; and at the tax levy next preceding the maturity ot such by publication thereof in the Plattsraouth amount of fatigue to be able to possess her
ill - . n ,i i ii. . i i . . I it . . t)l. . 1. t 7 nr I "crnwn nf plorv." Thn nnltmitm fillTrnl xr ctf
inMiii- nrvnur ;i rnv n ti i rin rnvunm lirniiorri' chim nriii nrv rr an iiuiau.'. i ntusuiuuiii uuitut. Dir l-ij
. , r , i . J . , . ,J. , Wnti-r HiiA7.Vn SJnjis Hmmtn WnnU clean linen and the baths appealed to every
niiii-mtiT .siHiiriiMii rn ?i:iv riif lirumi n-ti ano. ireresr. oiih on nii nnnn. . r :-r. r " a
chief illustrated journals. Yet, consider
ing tho amount each scenio picture costs
the management for it must be'borno
in mind that the frame maker, the can
vas and the scene setter are all included
in tho cost of tho picture it will be
readily understood that tho scenic pic
ture would not amount to less than the
work of a highly successful picture
painter. Thus a heavy "set at Covent
Main St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
lias the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever emnc west of Missouri
river. .Note these prices: JJiismcss puits
from $1(5 to $:i5. drtss suits, :f2.r to $45,
pants $4, $5, $(i.!,0 and upwards.
tSTWill guarantee a fit.
a tax OU all the taxable DropertV in uPon and of the for jQ which said votes the women present that if she could acquire Garden or Drury Lane would cost 700 . r r r ff
fiv-w .e ,, t1, n,i,..inal nf i to be taken, including a full and com- so much hair without a maid she did not need or 800, and at other theatres in propor- THCeS UGIV LOmDOilllOn.
Ue per centum Ot the principal Ot plete copy of this notice shall be given one, and should be willing to undergo any tion according to their size
ut Su.lieie,u , , the principal and interest due on .aid bond, lTTZ
that at fciich special election no called and held the said quebtion Louisville Advertiser, Union L
Leduer and . i ,-.u
proposition oo SUUliiltted to the leal voters Oi iSaid county in the I Greenwood Gazette, newspapers printed needed one to brush and shampoo and so im-
lorm hereatttr Ct lOlth. Said mie.-tlOIl and proposition SO to be SUb- ana PUU1,"PU HU" 01 general circulation prove what little they had.
n.ittfj k in w,.v,I; nml fimirp f. ill. .win o- in me saia county on.yass, ror at least Woman number three said that her idea of
llllttea Is 111 aUU IlgUrO, IOllOtt ing . wpp1c nt nrrlinrthArloirnf lnr.h.dnWrrnf v.W n,-
, . . . . I r . T" , , . 1,1 , . . .. ---v. J " I . j .. . .... . & v. , w - w - T ,
fchall tlio county oi ass in tll State or INeoraSKa, issue ana put I 8aj(j election. not money for household expenses, nor for
uoh the market iiimty oonds ot sai.l county, of the denominations I It is further ordered that such election gowns, boots and bonnets, but money to
. v. . . . - u ou
n f F T.wst
at the ontion ot said county ot Cass, and bear interest at the rate of in reenwoo?,.nci "A'?wn "OU9e for this that is so beautiful; I must have it.
E- -1 ' M W &!... .IlwnALf lAm n TLIn. -U.
nvc p-.;r etui jci uniiuiii j;;v;ioit. anuuan on uic iiibi, nay 01 .January jlcPheraon's lumber office.
in each year, lor which interest coupons snail be attached payable at In Stoye Creek Precinct, at Grand Ar-
-.fft.w-. o... .n .....I. ....! .ww.l.. fr. lio ofo.l o f i con I snail laKe piate anu uc ueia at tne 101- !-"""" """"
"1 Y" . M - . V lninr named nollinff nlac, a and vntincr went into a shop and saw anything pretty-
and to be p.-tid at the hcal atrency 01 the state 01 .Nebraska, in the i ; ,-i nnnnt. ... . . I picture, vase, scarf or glove box she
pitv .,f vc .rk. tit. st.it ol Sew V ork. tweritv vpars after date there- lr t t; Pr.r..nr.. -i Ti.iK.n c hke to be able to buy it without stopping
... ,. . 7 J f. , . . ..I. , 1 . ki v T " "x ask, Can I afford itl And without
of ledce.naMe at anv tune on or niter ten years irom the date thereot ler's lumber omce, Jiiagie. fn 1 mii fv,i.
my hall, Elmwood.
In Elmwood Precinct, Hilmwood Cen
ter School House.
In South Bend Precinct, at South Platte
lumber office. South Bend.
In Weeping Water Precinct at school
house in district No. 00.
Weepinjj Water City at Dr. J. W.
the fiscal .!;.--tic , aforesaid.
And shall the Hoard of County Commissioners? of the said county
of Cac-s, or other person or persons, charged by law with the levying
ot taxe tor said connty tor the time being in addition to the annual
taxe., caused to le levied annually a tax on all the taxable property
ot said county sulliieiit to pay the interest on said bonds as the same
shall become due and payable, and also cause to be levied each year I Thomas' office, Weeping Water,
upon the taxable property of said county a tax sufficient to pay five In Center Precinct, at Manley school
per cent of the principal of said bonds and that at the tax levy pre- nouse. Manley. .,,,,
.1 . .. i 'ii 1 1 . n . 11 r. In Louisville Precinct, at Seth Rock-
ccoii. luu hi.ii.wi 1 wi sum wnu.-i, i..vuu an bi a wis. wjjcj ij I well's office Louisville,
ot said county to an amoiint suracient to pay the principal and inter-1 in Avoca Precinct, at O. Tefft's office,
est due on said bonds, and takinir such action as the reauirements oil Avoca.
tn.oa ; cn.h .o.oc mola on,) In 3It. Pleasant Precinct, at Gilmore's
. , 1 1 .1 . .f-i- . 1 . . 11. j 1 I school house, district No. SO,
provi'iixi, anu too iiuerest 01 bam county anu me puonc may aemana. In Ei,ht Mile Grove Precinct, at Heil'a
1 iovi(i-'d, that proceedings snail be commencea lor tlie erection
ot the sail court house on or before the first day of April 18U0, and
shall be continued without unnecessary delay until the same shall be
completed; and that at such special election so called and to be held, I ach00i house Murray,
the said que?. 1011 anu proposition aoove set iortn snail De suumittea
Ii.'-il v.if.'f t :i priiintv in th fi.ll.itcinrr
m -,. -w v ' v w f a a ifAi w l s a a v (v a ai
school house, district No. 88.
In Liberty Precinct, at LeidigT & Don
aldson's lumber omce, Union.
In Rock Bluffs Precinct, at Murray
She cared neither for diamonds nor horses,
but she did enjoy spending money, and spend
ing it on pretty things. It was hard for her
to pass by all the beautiful things in the shop
windows, but her limited purse compelled her
to do so more than half the time.
SHE MET WITH SYMPATHY.
I be next woman saia mat sue wanted a
maid all the time. Shoe buttons were trou
blesome; dusty dresses played havoc with her
temper; neck ruches were refractory, and
mending kept her nerves in a constant state
of irritation. She said that she could face
a great and terrible trial with calmness and
courage, but that these little things made her
quaiL She openly confessed her cowardice
in these matters, and said that she wore a
pair of shoes until all the buttons were oft
and then put on another pair, and so on until
all of her shoes were button-less; and so on
with mending and brushing. She did not I
care anything about that stitch in time that j
saved nine; she never had the tune until she
was reduced to a state of almost nudity, and
then she devoted a day to putting things to j
rights, and it was equal to a surgical opera
This woman met with a great deal of sympa-
tion. according to their bizc,
When the sceno painter receives his
commission from the manager, ho re
ceives with it some sort of particulars of
what is wanted. Soma managers can
graphically illustrate their requirements;
others, not possessing this happy faculty,
give the key to tho idea and require
ments or tne situation by word of mouth.
Others can only explain the situations
and "practicabilities," leaving tho artist
absolutely free handed, reserving to
themselves the right of alteration when
they have a tangibility before them.
either in the sceno itself or in the modeL
But, when all is said, the material gener
ally furnished U9 is of the slightest.
Tlio most satisfactory way to proceed
is to Bpend time on the model (which is a
representation of the stage to scale), and
thoroughly to understand from it what
you propose doing not only the "prac
ticabilities," but also your composition,
color and scheme of lighting. Any al
terations considered necessary are then
easy to make. The uninitiated in affairs
theatrical would be greatly amused to
see the collection of miscellaneous arti
cles in modeling that are scattered around
us bit3 of 6ilk, gc-latine, tissue papers,
H. C. SCHMIDT,
Surveyor and Draftsman
Plans, Specifications and Esli.nutrs, Mu
nicipal Work, Maps Ac.
PLATTSMOUTH. - - NEB
Wagons, TiiipTRies, Machines QuVk.y IN-pain-d ;
1 ihh ali.irt i.iifil mm dcueiu
ra?,"nr.S A Specially
bio glue pot, photographs, tools, color
box and scissors. With coal and plaster
we create our mimic rocks and beetling
crags; from, -.elected portions of the
broom, dipped in and modeled with plas
ter, we construct our trees, clothe in
verduro our hillsides; and with silk,
colored gelatines, etc., we make our at
mosphere, and night or day is according
to the density and color of tho medium
in which we clothe ii. Over a ledge of
I USE THE
Uors.'Sliop. whlcli .-harrns Uk.-K j. rr wears
awy. so there is never any t.ru;-r of y ur
IIuish slipirg and liUiini;; iii-t-if. (all
and exMipinv v- Slme :iil you will
Have noc'.her. Kent hhoe iii:iti-.
the for.ii of the ballot to be used at such
to a vote ot the lo:
iiianiu r. that i- to
tion in tav..r i s;ild question and proposition shall be as tollowa
-r or the isaiie ot the o nus 01 the county 01 Uass tor
...--- ... l.nil.liiwr :i iiiii'fv .. ft ImiKP anil tlif 1 o r 7 nt a tov ti v,qt I office
7T. " i bo ; ; X., ; c ; . : J J Waterman', lumber of-
And the form ot ballots to be used at such election agamst said I Fifth Ward, Fifth Ward school house.
question and proposition shall be as follows: And that at such election the votes
. Wainst the issue of the bonds ot the county of Cass tor the 8haI1 be received and returns thereof
I In Plattsinouth Precinct, at Taylors my; mere are yeryiew women wno .enjoy rock a torrent of floss silk: the
r.y, onH I SRhnel house. dlStrlCt Pi O. O i. .--. -u.., .u., Fuy vi, . mr. ,l:tnt nnrf ..na ..t,
1V"" nuvi ,-:, .... wifh thnm hnraiiion thnv tViif thi- . 1 f"' ..., v. wuiov, . 1
-i In the Uitv oi natrsmouin: l . . r' J ,r-. : r. TI I minted. The books. nhntrurranh.a I
cicu- I . . , n . -,i i naraiy a woman wno wouia not nave a maia u i . . . . . & !-"" i h ; j n
o V w ' i i V , " ' shecould. There are, of course, a few examples sketches and print furnish us with our jj r m H f t W f
Second Ward, old foundry omce. Gf total feminine denravitv who hi. Hn. authorities for detail. S B h 3 0 3 61 g-3 b W "J 6 if.
tl. . ml -rrrl T- : .1 T T ....n. I -1 I .. 13 9 1 -i S I- S 5 H r.r!ll!
nic uui- i uira vy am, iwi-uey clared azainst maids: but such casesare rare. The model completed, after bein? dulv SstWaaatl tJ
pnrjo.-e of building a county court house and the levy of a tax to pay
the principal and interest of taid bonds."
It isi'iirLlu-r ordtrt d that the foi lowing notice of said special elec
tion fhall le made out by the county clerk ot said Cass county and
clerk or this buard, which sliall be signed by the chairman of the
board of county commissioners ot said Cass county, in the state ot
Nebraska, and tiie ceunty clerk ot said Cass county and the clerk of
this b ard, to-wit:
made and the same shall be canvassed by
the same officers and in the same manner
as required by law at each general elec
tion, and it is further ordered that the
and they are generally women who are rich.
but too stingy to part with sufficient money
to pay a maid. Often, too, the strong
minded declare tnemselvea quite independent
of any such help; they would scorn to have
done for them what they cannot do them
selves. But the average woman dearly loves
to have a maid ; it is such a relief to get rid
of one's back hair.
There was another woman who said that
her luxurious soiil would only be satisfied
Notica of Special Election
Notice in hvreby given, that on Satur
day, ths iHh dy of Jun-, lJ-H?, a special
election will be ht-id in and for Cass
couuty, in tho State of Nebraska, for the
purpose of submitting and to f-uhmit to
the leical" voters of Cm county, iu the
Stat of Nebraska, for th--ir acceptance or
rejection, by vuc and ballot, and allow
ia; the l-gl votcri of said Cas county
to vote upon the following question and
proposition, to-wit :
tach, 1 bond to hi d itcd on the first
day of .UnuAry, ljO, nnd to e payable
at the FiiCHl Ar nry of the, gt-ite of Ne
bra.sks. in the City of New York, State
of N?vv Yuk, twenty years after the date
thereof, red ' i.i ible at Hny tini'. -n or af
tr ten veM from dut" thereof, at th
cptior of cabl Cor.nty nf C'aj, and to
t.ear int-r-st at the rite of five p.-r cent
i.er anmon. p iy d'le arminU? on th.- first
day of Janu iry in each yar, f-r which
interist coupon ph-dl att-chfl. pava
l.l 1 at th" KiCid A.'"iicy a for -said, and
th"U the County Comrnlf-vionrrs of th
said county of Cass, or other person or
penons charged by law with the levying
of. taxes for said county for the time be
ing in addition to the annual taxes, caus
ed to be levied annually a tax on all the
County Clerk prepare and deliver to the with an opera box; she was passionately fon4
proper officers. of such election duplicate of music, and she desired an ooera box for
poll Books and necessary tally lists for I every operatic performance during the 8ea-
use at such election.
Bv order of the Board of County Com
missioners of Cass county, Nebraska, this
8th day of May, A. D. 18S9.
A rJ. Ullii5.SUM,
Chairman of Board ot County Commis
sioners of Cass county, Nebraska.
son. And yet another woman wanted a sad-
die horse. She did not care for drivine: it
was tame work; but she liked the excitement
of a swift canter three or four times a week.
Tbeso are modest luxuries enough, but they
represent the ideas cf the average, woman of
refinement. All women do not crave dia
monds; they are baubles, and do not add
mflf-irifl Iv TV. -,nn'a inmrnrf f-K.Tr ....- . V. n
Witness my hand as County Clerk and envy cj cther womtsn, however, and that la
missioners' of Cass county, Nebraska, and I Star.
seal of said county hereto affixed j
this 9th day of May. A. P. 1S89.
seai. BIRD CRITCH FIE LD,
taxable property of said county, sufficient Clerk f the Board of County Com- why they are sometimes worn! New York
io nay me interest on saiu uonus as
the same shall become due and payable,
and also cause to be levied each year up
on the taxable propt-rty of said county,
a tax sufficient to pay five per cent of the
principal of said bonds, and at the tax
levy preceding the maturity of said bonds,
levy a tax on all the taxable property of
said county to an amount sufhcient to
pay the principal and interest due on said
f Nebraska. Usue aud put upon the mar- bonds, and taking such action as the re- chairman of the board of Pub.ie works others on a settee, and only rea
et Ei'htv Bonds of said county of the ' quirements of the law and the provisions til t, d , . - 1pft3 Pce was when a lady came up
enon.7uti..n of One Thou-and Dolla.-s of the statute, in such oases made and Qntl "on on the ord day of Juna 1283 if waD ted a situation as a ,
Siffus and Their Meaning.
The following incident, although it is hard
a. l.i:. ia. ii . i a yt . i
County Clerk and Clerk of the 7 UBli0? T 7 T !t .
na't n ,J n'i? Annex girl, who came from the country no
fv-uu v wuunj vuwiuioaiuuui Inner rinm hart a niiacf-inrt h knikciurl
of Cass county, Nebraska. her. and haDpenine one day to be in the citv.
II-... rnntruft-ra I he saw the sign "intelligence office" before
f. I hr It wa soma intallicAnpe shn vnnfaarl
.111 . . I .' -
oeaiea oms win ue receiyeq dj tne I the walked in and took her seat with a few
realized what the
up and asked her
provided, and the interest of said conntv I or nlhg 6th street to graie from Hain I She hastUy left, making op her mind that not
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and the public may demand, provided to Granit, and also for filling Petri street Eia J" M " reaa. cosxon
that proceedings shall be commenced for to grada from east side of 6th straet to
tne erection ot sain Court House on or nt ni.; ,.. Tn,. ,: trem AcaloaS tk WerJc
before the first day of April, A. P., 1800, I . , t , u i j - luristreta (to Mr. Ham, tha eminsnt tra-
and snail ie continued without nr.nsces- I "i?r y " " ra&ml You say that the jriaoaar amaaliea
sary delav until the sr.me shall le com I Tour tnousana yards, cere er less. The
pletec. ' I eariu ior said mu ic to ca taien from I V- A7. aas na cna sir. tx szreta
Such special elect on is to be held and I 6tn street between Granit. and tfce ellav 'P03 1 vcrnaa to ceo m
I . - - - S M V M
said question and proposition is to be I between Marble and Kock streets. I . p M a
-..I ' . " j :.w ..t.- I nnntri tr. Vv if f fhm in..f I ou an actor , arayoonoxr
tvrma nf an orHim 1 , . T?.n A I 1 hi ritrht la ri-MrVIVI to r-lft nwl L . .. w wrs
" r r. . :' " in cf; : r::c:i . . J star combination. -
VominissionprsoFinessid uounryotcaaa. I ur W'U9 xor mriucr particulars in-1 "And the person who assaulted rouP
lutiuc-m a irguill KUIUUmu VBt-fSlOlI OI I 1" " "w vim-u uuiiu in vuuiib nvill. I la lh llntl HIIII11I1II Of tlt Mini MnW
said Board, duly convened and I M7 14 ioo J. W. Jokbboh. I pur. I fain would tavoka tM maJwtr ox
. . m . . am . a.M wv . mm T . - - - v w
beia at tne l.iit ox -flauamocui. l cx uua. ioara rucuc norrs. nr"
inspected and approved by the manage
ment, the master carpenter comes to see
it with respect to the construction of it
mechanically, and to
tions as to setting and strikin
something like reasonable time. When
all is understood he traces the various
portions of the model, and from tho
duplicates constructs the actual sceno,
one foot to very half inch of the model.
A few dayB after, almost acres of frame
work and bales of canvas are brought
in; one great surface i3 stretched on the
frame, and, having been duly prepared,
upon it you first start this generally
represents the back portions of the scene.
Then you paint the different pieces in
order till you arrive at the foreground,
gaining in strength as you advance.
Then for a day or two the stage is given
up entirely to tho artist for the scene to.
be set and lighted. Tins setting is the
most anxious time of all, and the most
experienced of us cannot help asking
himself, IIow will it come together? At
last, after dawdling about perhaps from
9 in tho morning until 9 at night, the .
"setting is begun, and if happily it
comes well and
artist may proceed
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THE OLD RSLIAELE.
Sk B. A. M'fiBMAB k SON
Wholssa.e ii Uetall Weaier In
E LUMBER !
Shingles, Lath, Sah,
Can supply every demand of the trado
Call and get terms. Fourth street
In Rear of Opera House.
K. B. Windham,
John A. Davis.,
Attorneys - at - Law.
Ofilce over Eank of Cas County.
quickly together, the , rLvrrs vfouTH. - Nbhrabka
1 at once to "light" it.
The best 6cene ever designed and nainted
can be ruined by injudicious lighting.; $75 to $250 ttfl?"!!? ui" bgutt
for the illumination is the last and most Referred ulio enn furnish a li0r-p aud give
important touch to the picture its very i liirl12V''JV,'t,e b"'!fcS!'-1 -P ""
, ... - v . . . J 1 eiit mty te profitably employed alio, a frw
acatieles la towns and citi-s. IJ. K. JOIiX
fcOV & CO. . 1009 Mwin-Rt.. Kfchmnnd. Va.
iV. B. Please 4tntt age anrl 1winr t:rptr
tiettce. Sever mind attend uendiiw atamo for re-
:. B. F. J. & Co
life. Win. Telbin in Magazine of Art.
To Incrctue Lous Power.
I nave seen men and women increase vm,
their lung power chest expansion it is
called technically by Gve minutes' ex
ercise morning and night. Stand up
straight on the balls of the feet, head
thrown back, and Inhale deeply, first in
flating the lower part of the lungs and Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured
then the upper. Then expire slowly, let- it AOUiaiSTtElRQ OB. NAIIES' 801BEI IKCINC
ting the chest sink first and then the , can li ghrea In a eop of eoee ar tea. or la ar-
i,,, ... .. . tides of food, without the knowledge of the per-
lungs. Do this fifteen tunes, morning on taking it; it IsabsoiatelT harmless and will
and evening, and my word for it, you'll ffe a permanent and upeedy cure, whether
.ne-j I- mnnav nn thopatlentlsa moderate drlnkeror an alcohol I
spend less money on colds and catarrhs, wreck, it Ntvrt filh We qua n.fiTr
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