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THE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS-HERALD, I'LATTSMOUTH, XER, JUNE u, 1896
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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
THIS IS A PICTURE OF ONE OF
G. K. VunJenburp, n prominent
farrmr from near Kim wood, is in tho
Mrs. Wiioy Iiiaoic pnd Miss Ella
Ruffncf Wfi.l down to Neftiiwka yes
teid.iy for a vis-jt with friaiidts.
Mrs. Nielson cf llaveloek is in tho
city for a visit wit h her parents, Mr.
tiuiJ Mrs. W. S. l'uruy.
Miss MarjT Jamison departed for
her homo at I'iirtield. Ia., last even
ing, whore she will spend her vacation.
Several of tho assessors from out in
the county returned thuir licokrf to tho
county cleru toil.y. Only five irore
assc&ssors are yet to report.
W. S. l'urdv hut a roiling chair now
ami wili ho able to vet up town to see
hi.s old friends occasionally, which he
proa ti v enjoys. Ho is vo: y fooblo hut
still enjoys t:iikinir with his friends.
Mrs. Will Co.ites of Gales burg1. Hi.,
w ho has been viMtinfr friends in tins
' city for several weeks, departed this
afternoon for a visit at Lincoln, after
which she will return to her home.
Levi Kiloi-e, the in n who had a
team stolen fiom Lis farm on the Iowa
side of the river r-oir.e time jijo, was
in the city this morning to summon
Dr. Humphrey to the bedside of his
wife, she having taken suddenly ill.
picked nine of t'iaUsmouth ball
players are troiutr to Loaisvillo Friday
to show the boys how to play the (,'arae.
borne of tho old players who used to
play real ball wilt te in the aggrava
tion inehidinr Charles Miller, the
farmer-councilman f:om the Second;
Mr. and M ;s. G Urt Sch tiase of llapid
City. S. i), arrived in the city last
evening for a visit with the families of
Fred LelmliolT. sr., and August Tartseh
aiter which they will viit relatives in
Wisconsin. Mr. Schnase lias been
iMisltnaster at Ku i.l City or about
twelve years. - j
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CTuri received ntn ice from the sciiool i
board at As, ;n. Col., today tnat ihoy '
hid been ek-ited to p;tions in tho)
city -clii'-'is aT. that place.- These!
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laiia-s h ive a larijis ci. clo oi I Menus 1 n I
Il.i ..it. -.i.r.l ...Tt-.f l c... t;.n, I
1pvo I '1 itt-tirULh. but it i- probaoie
tlut tlie lucrative jiositions oiTes cd
them in ( "olor atio vviil t?e a great teliip
taton .i!s Clark ;ilo has an oiler
from the Sr-ulti Omaha schools.
Xtifviii"!! ear No. lil cuno up
fio.u I'lal! smoutli the hrai of the weei..
Tiiis ear is to be used on the lapeartish
line. it is composed of tti-ie coni
partmenis. The li:sl i used foj; bag-
gage and express. i he mu-ohu is i
abut th s-tuie as an ordinarv coach I
and contains tea scats, and
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i.-iin-.iii.i'Tiiiiiii nit i up ' ii ii
v : :. , :.... i ; " . ;
ail si round th; portion. 1 lie
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fiide-i atut ends are open, lull ar pro
vided with curtiiins, so that tho whole
may be etos'.-d in b :d weather. Alli
ance '1 ii;ies
Til r I1SDA Y.
Henry Webber who resides in the
Third ward is ijuile ill with a swelling
on his kree t hat is excruciatingly
Ca-s county's peach crop will be no
sm ill thing tin season. Several small
orchards in this city are loaded down
wilfOhe delicious fruit.
I lev. Peter 11 Van Fleet, presiding
elder of the Nebraska City district, ar
rived in the city last evening and was
the guest of the Wescotts at Sunny
side. Charles Sheeley of the J. It. Sheeley
Bridge coin pa 113', is in tho city, having
gotten a shipment of lun'ber tooe used
in the repair of bridges over the
. . "e anu "P"'7
which was purchased for the precinct
was being tested cn the streets this af-.
tomoon and will be used for several .
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uays. 11 noes gooa worK.
Ar.othor soaking rain fell this morn
ing which was not particular' wel
comed by the farmers. The ground is
so wet that they cannot plow their corn
and the weeds are getting a good
Th-Indepondent Reform club met
at their room in the Union block "last
evening. Speeches were delivered by,
Henry Ilempol, Robt. J. v ass, 1). Mc
H.iMi ml others. The club meet3 ;
agaln Saturdav evening.
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Lvirybodv who h:es blackbetr3' or;
raspberry vines in this vicinity this
The tail cotton wood trees along the
west side of the court bouse yard are
Itf-ing trimmed up so that the wind
will not twisi them up. Tho strong
wind of last S-inday morning pretty
badly sh ittered one of them, blowing
large branches clear across the street
into J. I. Unruh's yard
Wes Stoiiekinsr returned Monday
from Oklafioru whero be hi-.d btMn
"looking over the land in the Chernkro
strip th.-it will bj open to settleis verj
sr on. lie thinks the land very desir
able nnd says wheat harvesting is
finished at-d corn laid by down there.
; t jt season will aouotiess pet a goou price jj a Soft or Calloused Lumps and
for their Truit, as neat Iv all the vines , , t). ,
have been winter killed. Tho vines , Blemishes from horses, Blood Spavins,
that are left are very fu.l, however. I Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-Bone,
The sign of this borrowing is thinness ; the result, nerve
waste. You need fat to keep the blood in health unless you
want to live -with no reserve force-r-live from hand to mouth.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil is more than a medicine.
It is a food. The Hypophosphites make it a nerve food, too.
It comes as near perfection as good things ever come in this
Be sure ju grt Scott's Emulsion vikin fern ruant it and tut a ckea substitute.
SCOtt & Bowne, New York. All Druggists; 50c. and $1.
It was estimated that the wheat
would vield bushels to tho acre and
tho prospect for corn was verytino.
Burglars got in their work at Alvo
Friday night, the general merchandise
stone of C?G Uucknell being tho place
of their labors. They took a sample
of about everything, including six
pairs of shoes and a largo amount of
dry goods. It is thought that the
thieves canio from Lincoln.
Suit and l'wiitn Made to Order.
The only way to nave a suit or pair
of pants made to orucr sensibly is to
walk into a homo tailor shop and leave
3Tour order. Tho work being done in
the city you can ee your garment
made. Wo put up clothing cheaper
than the Omaha tailors, not being un
der such heavy expenses, doing our
own work, and also cheaper than the
Chicago cheap John factories. You
don't -vant only the name "custom
made," but you want .the fit nnd work
manship, too. Wo can mako you a
suit that will cost but little more than
shelf goods. Come in beforu you buy
a ready-made, suit and look over our
large assortment of suitings and fancy
pantings to select from, and you will
tind the prices low. ,
.To get a lit and mechanic.il work
manship, which are guaranteed, your
shoulu place your order with us.
We also do cleaning, dyeing and re
pairing, to which we give prompt at
tention. J. C. I'TAK,
Basement Bank Cass Co.
The CiUr trefk liriilge. -
The committee from Eight Mile
Grove precinct, who had in charge the
tiotition to tho county commissioners
to pet that body to call a special elec
tion for the purpose of voting bonds to
erect a bridge across tho l'latto at
Cedar Creek, were in the city today.
Tho new ietition had the requisite
number of signers and was all straight,
andjhe prajer of the. petitioners will
doubtie,s be fi, anted. Geor-e Sayles,
VilJ1 ;"ld "tbers are in tho
city in the interest of the project.
All Omul Kcpuliln-Hii
hjhl'Uid Ul.lkti a pOlflt OI HltCtldln ttlC
Natioaai Convention, to be held at St.
Lo'tis, i'u"sdav. June hi'h.
The expense is not great if you
take th'j lbu lington.
On liit i:uh.. 11. and l"ih. of Jane,
you can purchase a rouid trip ticket
to St. Louis at the one way rate.
Think isn't it worth a few dollars
a few days time to see the next
Fuil information on application to
,.f i r. . . t . i if if ir gf
y addressing j.
i'a-ss Y. Agent,
At t-iit Ion. -tTitns.
The coining reunion of the veterans
of Otoe, Cass, Lancaster, Sarpy and
Saunders counties, lobe held at Weep
ing Water July 14, promises to equal
in interest that of two years ago, which
was held on the same" grounds. The
committees in charge of the different
departments are hard at work perfect
inn the details which will mako this
reunion one of pleasure to all who visit
it. Come pre pn red to send the four
days with the boys who wore the blue
from ! to 'o-j.
Persons wishing to fatten cattle and
horses on blue grass and clover inquire
of II. W. Beaver, Cedar Creek, Neb.
Cattle 50 cents and horses $1 a month
for the season.
Itlii-umatlsin l ured in a lay.
-Mystic Cure" Tor Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys-
tim is remarkable and ni3Sterious. It
removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose great benefits, 75 cents.
Sold by F. G. Fricko & Co., druggists,
llonii-M-ekern Kxeursion. '
The M. P" will sell tickets at rate of
one fare plus 4-2 for round trip on June
!l and to all points in Okianoma, in-
dian Territory, Texas, Arizona and
all southeastern points.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
Stifles, Sprains, all Swoolen Throats,
Coughs, etc. Save $60 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonder
ful Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by
F. G. Fricke A: Co., druggists. Plaits-
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
If you have borrowed from
health to satisfy the demands
of business, if your blood is
not . getting that constant
supply of fat from your food
it should have, you must
pay back from somewhere,
and the somewhere will be
from the fat stored up -in
iRr - YOU
iJfl Put Your.
I Foot In Jt
when you buy inferior soap
instead of the genuine
The favorite of every woman who ever used it.
either in the laundry or for all around the house
cleaning. Sold everywhere. Made onty by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago.
4, 25, and 'Hi la Pennsylvania
For Prohibition National Convention
Low rate open to all over - this double
route from Chicago. Solid daily trains
from Chicago Union Station to Pitts
burgh Union Station. Ask Dering,
24S South Clark St., Chicago, for time
rates and return limit.
ApplU-Ktioii Fur Saloon Li-eii.
Notice is hereby piven that I will apply to the
village board of Union. Cass County, Nebraska,
lor a licence to sell spirituous, vinous ami malt
liquors in block one ot said village for the en
suing year, subject to the ordinances of the vil
lage and the laws of the state ol Nebraska.
Dated this lth day ot May, IS:.
In County Court.
state ok Nkiiuapk a. i
C'ass County f
To all persons interested in the estate ot John
Notice is hereby given that on the IL'th day of
June. A. D. Is'.Hi. at the hour o! o'clock a. in.,
at the county judge's otrice. in l'lattsniuuth, in
said county, the petition, akin;4 lor the appoint
ment of Theodore Mai k johann. as administrator
ot said estate, will be heard and considered: at
which time and place ail persons interested mav
appear anil .-.how cause, if any they have, why he
should not be appointed as such adniiiiistrat'or,
itnes my hand and seal of said county court
at I'latthinoulh. this 1'. th day of .May, A. 1. l-'.ni.
Ibeaij UKiikuE M . iM'l kldCK,
Notice of Sale.
l:i the district court of Ca..s county. Nebraska.
In the matter ol the estate of William V. Conn,
Notice is hereby gien that pursuant to an or
der ol the Hun liasil h. Kaniscy. judge ol the d;
tilct court ol Cass county, Nt brasKa, made on
tiie Wh day ot May. l-'-, loi the sa'e ol the real
estate hereinafter desci ibed. ti.cre w ill be sol 1 at
the south door of the court hoiise in l'lattsmoutl:,
Cass county, Nebraska, on the Jtltli day ot June.
Is!;, at 10 o ciock a. m. ol said day at public en
due to the highest bidder for cash, the follow mg
ical estate, to-w ltr
Lot nineteen i li'l loiies first mMition to 'he vil
lage ot (jreenwood, and lots :.', ;t'J? and in
tne village ol (jiecnwood. all m Cas county. -c-luaska.
Said sale to leiiiam open one hour.
loliN f. 1'liLK.
Administrator of the Kstate of W iliiam W . Conn.
C. i. 1'olk. Attorney f-.r Administrator.
May III, lwXi.
Hy virtue of an order of sale issued by
Gooro r . Houst-worth, clerk of tin! district
court, within and for Cass county. Nebraska,
and to mo ui ret-toil. 1 will on ttiL? otn nay in
lune. A. U.. imii. at 11 ii cIiick a. m. ol sain
day at the siut!i iloor of the eourt house in
the fit v or t'l ittsmoutn, in saiu county, sn
at Dublio auelion. to tne highest bniiler for
rash, the following pi-rson.il projiorty towit:
One curtain promissory note in worus anu
figures as follows:
-liii.tiii. I'lattsmouth. cl., April l.i.
On or tcrore April l-i. iw.i. anor utuo
pruiuise to pay to the order of .1. W. Johnson,
Samuel Waugh and John 1. Ferguson, ref-
en-es. two liuniireu sixty-sn anu wmw
lars. at 1'latls.nouth. INelrrasK.i. witn inrer-
eHt tbereun from date at the rate of eight
ucr cent per annum, payable annually,
Due - Charles C. rarmere.
And endorsed on the nack as ioiiows:
l'ay to the order of Harvey Hollowa7.
sheriff of Cass county, Nebraska, without
recourse. . , .
SlAMl Kl. WAlMill,
John l. Kkkocson.
hum levied umin and taken as
the property of Ji-tTerson flecker and Myrtle
Barnes, defendants. to satisfy a Judgment of
said court recovered by James ti. Koniine.
plaintitl against saiu aeiennanis.
riattsmouth, Nebraska. May -'1st, A.
Sheriff. Casscounty, Nebraska.
I5y virtue of an order of sale issued by Genrg;
F. Ilouseworth. clerk of the district court within
and tor Cass county. Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I will on the 27th day ot June A. I).
at 11 o'clock A M. of said day at the south door of
the court house in the city of i'lattsmouth, in
said county, sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder tor cash, the following real estate, to-wit:
Fot 3-t in the village of Greenwood. Cass county,
Nebraska, together with the privileges and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or in anywise ap
pertaining: the same being levied upon and taken
as the property of John F. Folk, administrator of
th estate of William W. Conn, deceased: bena
Jaiiies, Flizabeth A. Abbott, Sarah J. Clapp, K.
S. Norval and William M. Conn, defendants, to
satisfy a judgment of said court recovered by 11.
F. Clapp, plaintitl. against said defendants.
I'lattsmouth. Neb , May 2U. A. I .. lsi.
Sheriff, Cass county, Nebraska.
C. S-l'olk, Attorney for I'laintitt.
Ity virtue of an execution of sale Issued by
G. F. Ilouseworth. clerk of the district court
within and forCass county, Nebraska. arid to
me directed, I will on the.LDtb day of
June A. I. Is'.Hi, at 11 o'clock a. in. of
said day, at the south door of the court
house In ttie city of I'lattsmouth. in said
county, mil at public auction tolehi.h
est Pldder for cash, the following real
estate, lo-wli: Lot six In the west blf of
the southwest quarter of section 7. town
ship l'-i. ran jo 14; lot "1 in tne southeast
quarter of the soatheast quarter of section
li townsii p li r.iiiiie 14; lot ."! in tho south
west quarter of the southeast quarter of
section 12, township li range M; lot fH) in the
northwest quarter of the southeast quarter
of section 1. township I:, ranje 13; lot 52 in
tho northeust quarter of the southeast quar
ter of section 12, town 12. rati o l.i; the east
half of the northeast quarter of section 12.
tow nstup 12. range in Cass county. Ne
tirasKH ; also lot 7. in block !; lots 1 anil Z.
la block Pi: lot 4. in block 21: lots 7 nud V. in
block il: lots pi. 11 ana li in b.oo- 7'i: lots 11
:iid 1-. In block 11 1 lots 1. 3, 4. 5. li. 7. M, il. In
11 and 12, In blo.-'i 1, in tho city of i'latts
mouth, Cass county, Nebraska, together
with the privileges ittnl appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise apper
taining, tin; Sine be ins? levied upon and
t lUcn as tne proper. v of Wil iitni ii. alutfer.
Al-o oils 1. 2. .i. 4. 5 and t'v, in Cl irk's sub-dt-vislonoflol
;i. in section Is. township l-i.
ranc 14. ii. tho city of I'i al tsuion r I.. Cass
county. Nelirnska. eoj;ctbcr Willi tiie privi
leges and uppiirieiiau;cs thereunto teion:
ing or 111 : ny w I- aiipertaluing. t he s-tme l
ina Ic vii d upon sui t taken us tne propei ty of
Tiinolhv 1'iark. Ail of Hie atxve des'-rioetl
properly bt ng levied upon mid taken as die
property of William f I. fhn fer and Timothy
Clark, defendants, to satisfy a Judgment of
said court rcrovnea by The li ins of Cass
County, plaintiff, against Otis II. Katiou.
William I. lironnc. 'i'ltnothy Clark. Willltun
ll.liafer ami Stephen A .1) i vis. uefeunaiits.
Flattsiuoulh. Neb , Msy 18. A. I. isi.
Sheriff Cass County, Nebr:st.a.
By virtue id an order of sa!e issued by George
F. iiouseorlh. clerk ot the district clerk within
and for Cass couulv, N'ebiaska, and t j me di
rected, 1 wiil. on llie IS'th day of June. A. IV
l-ini. at 11 o'clock a. in. of said day at the south
door of the court house in the city ol I'lattsmouth.
in said county, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder tor cash, the following real ista c town:
commencing sixty -si?; feet east of tiie south east
corner of block one II Kichie place: thence east
4.":0i feet: north 14! feet; west 4;3?J feet; south 114
feet to beginning, being' 4.rwiji feet east and west
by 144 teet north and south, in the southwest-corner
of lot 17, in section 13, in township XI, north
in range 1, cast of the th I. M- in Cass county.
Nebraska, together with all and singular the her
editaments and appurtenances thereunto belong--ins
or in any wise appcitaiutiiK- The same be
ing levied upon and taken as the property of
William I., liroune and Tillic 1'. lirowne. de
fendants, to satisf y a judgment of said court re
covered bv the i'loneer Savings and i.onn com
pany, plaiuiilt against said defendants.
l'iattsinouth. .Nebraska, May II. A. I)., lv.t;.
Sheriff. Cuss county, Nebraska.
Samuel 1. Vanatta and I".lia J. Yanatta will
take notice as non-resident defendants that on
the Hth day of April. !!. J. H. f'eltibone and S.
K. Nixon commenced an action in the district
court of Cass county. Nebraska, against said de
fendants, impleaded with First National Hank
of I'lattsmouth. et al , the object and prayer of
which petition is to foreclose against lots a and 4
in block ;! in Voung and Hayes' addition to the
citv of I'lattsmouth. Cass County. Nebraska, a
certificate ot tax sale ot said lots made Nov. 7,
lx'.C by the treasurer of Cass county, Nebraska.
Tor the delinquent taxes thereon forls;il, amount
ing to i'Si.Vi, and additional delinquent taxes
thereon tor the sum of i'-'J. with 1U per cent in
terest added on each ot said ums from Nov. 7.
191, and for costs ot suit; further, thai on the
same day the defendant First National Hank ot
I'lattsmouth tiled a cros -bill in said --uit against
said Samuel 1. Vanatta anil Flia J. Vanatta to
foreclose, a mortgage against sai i lots lor
fi.uiii) with l per cent interest a IdeJ
from February ", l'r-l. and- on which
there is due tr im said S.iiuiiel '. Vanatta and
F.haJ. Vanatta to said I list N'ltionai ii.; -k
I (fc-o w i 1 1 1 !i per cent interest from Feb. V I Hi.!.
Sou are icq in red to a.ivw I s j.cti'.iou ;n:-i
cioss-jHTitioii ui oi belore M'.'ii'.l.iy. Jioie J.
ls.i, or our def.-.tot v l : 1 bj ;ake.i. -tin! s ml
claims t.i.-.eii a-- coufjsred and judg'ueul len
cleied urmr liii:
J ii i'l.l 1 id i.K AX! S F Nl..N lS!i mi
FiHsr National Hank i! I'i.a : i s .o i ; n
Uy Attorneys iieson iS: !;?.
Hy v mil1 of an oniiir of i-i; iss.ji-1 i y !.
F. llouscworl Ii. erk of tiionistret oirt.
within and lor I "as" c on nt v. Nclii . si a. a nd to
tiie l lreitfii. I wil i io-t l..'h il yd .l'iin'.
l. ls'.-. :it 11 o'clock l. in. of s ii'l (lay .r tin
son tli (inor 'f I h- con rl !ion- in Un- ciiynf
I'.utt s-:io.i I ii. in ;ii-l i on ni j . se: i al t)i! f n
ail. In. n, to tho liulic-l !i:l l.r for cusri.
Joiiow lug icsi ril;cii leal est. itc. to-wit:
!.:.t e:i:lit S. in till. . n iUeU'i-n . I'.l! in Voi.ii.'
iS. Hays' audit ion to the citv of I'iiittsmou! h.
t'.i-s county, Nc!r.isk , us the sa-i.e is plm-t.-il
ami rclinlcd. to et her wit h the sin
gular aii-l iiiTOiiitatncnis anil aiipunen
aiices I lorfuiito l onjiii or :n a u v w ise u i
pcclainiii . : t ho saiiK-ix-ifi r levied upon nd
t -.kt-n ;is the properly of l'Hii'.d.M. Ion: a
and liar iara .lon s. o.-fendauts. t i satisfy
a. juiiiio.i-iii of said court rjcov red l.y
t'harlesi;. Far .t. as ricel ver of the Citi
zens' ban of I'lattsmouth, Nebraska, p'ain
titt ana. nst said def-n i.-.nts
I'bttismouth, Nebrask M iv 7. A. !..
1'M) llAHVKV 11(11. 1.OWAV.
SherilT. ('ass county, Nebraska.
In the disti ict court of Cass county. Nebraska.
Robert Lyons. I'laintitt )
The State l'.ank of Murdock, f
Nebraska. Defendant. J
Under and by virtue of an ord.r of the district
court of Cass county, Nebraska. Moll. f!asil
Ramsey, Judge, eilteied upon Api il P'th. .. D.
l.s'.Hi, rcqmr'tig notice ol the filing of the claims to
be given for six weeks prior to July l:h, 1 '..
Now. therefore. I. Dexter M. Cuackenbiish. as
receiver, do hereby notify all persons having
claims against said bank to tile the same with me
at my otrice in First National Hank ot Greenwood
on or before July Fith. lslj;, and that the same be
properiy erihcd upon forms by me furnished
1 further give notice that upon July 13th, lsvJ.
at 10 o'clock a. m.. I will proceed upon the ex
amination of said accounts and the disposing of
them as by said order of the district court di
rected. All persons are further notified that all claims
not tiled by the time therein gnen will be disal
lowed unless otherwise ordered by the judge
jf said court.
Dated at I'lattsmouth, Neb., April 2. 1M.
DtXTEK M. (Jl ACKl NHUSH,
As Receiver of the State Hauk ot Murdock. Neb.
Adaline Crippon. Guidon IS. Crippeii. Benja
min A. Gibson. Mrs. Benjamin A. Gibson, his
wife, real name unknown, WflliamC. Crippen.
David C. Munsou, l.lliott Callander, Joseph F.
Callander and Fdwaid A. Hangs trustee defend
ants, .will take notice that on the 2!th day of i-e!-ruary.
Is'.;, the Bradford Savings Bank and Trust
company, the plaintirt herein, tiled its petition in
the district court of Cass county, Nebraska,
against said defendants, the object and prayer of
which are to foreclose a certain mortgage execut
ed by Adaline Crippen and Guidon B. Crippen to
one Benjamin A. Gibson, and by said Benjamin
A. Gibson. sold and assigned to one George Leslie
and bv said George Leslie duly sold and assigned
plaintitl, upon the west half iw'iiof tiie south est
quarter isw U). Section three (3i, all of the west
half iw,j of the northwest quarter tnw li ) of sec
tion three (3i. except the right of way of the Lin
coln branch of the Missoun FacHiCrallrurid, one
hundred feet wide, as now located: also the east
half ie'jj of said northwest quarter (nw'.t) of said
section three UP lying Jnorth ot the railroad right
ot way as now located, ali in township 10 north ol
range U ca-t of the the ith 1'riucipal Mcdridiau,
in Cass county, Nebraska, to secure the payment
of one certain promissory note with interest cou
pons attached, said note dated May llth, is;, for
the sum of jd.7lHi.lHi, due and payable June 1st,
111, said mortgage provided that in ca-.e any oi
said notes or coupons are not paid when uue, the
whole sum secured thereby may bo declared to be
due and payable; there is now due on sai l note,
coupons and mortgage tho sum of i;l,4il.r for
which sum, with interest from this date, plaintiff
prays for a decree that defendants be required to
pay the same, or that said premises may be sol i
to satisfy the amount found due.
You ;,re required to answer said petition o;i or
beloie Monday, the L'f.th day of May, ltu;i.
Dated April 1. ll6.
" C. C. Fl.ANsllLKIi.
Attorney for f'la:uti:t.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by G.F.
Ilouseworth. clerk of th' district court with
in urol tor Ciss count vv N braska. a I'd to me
direct'.);!. 1 wlil on -'.'ill day of 1 i. A. I'.
Is,'. Hi. ut 11 o'eioek :u m. of ;u I (l.iy ;it llie
souili iloor of ttie court house io tho city of
I'ialtsiiniiith. in s:ii.; county, sell at public
auct ion, to the highest bidder for cash, t he
foilowin- real i-st'ite. lo-wit: Lots three li.',
four i.i and five "). in blok six t'r. ill South
Park i.ditilion to 1'iattsnioutn, Cass comity.
Netir.slia. togetnt-r with all and suiiiilir
the in-reditunients and uppurli'nuiiia'i
thereunto beion.Mnz or in anywise apper-taiiiin.-;
tne stme being-levied upon and
t iki-ii ai the property of John L. Minor uuJ
Kinina 1. Minor, di f-mdants, to satisfy h
iudginent.of snd cour recovered ly The
I'litttsniouth Loan and ltu.li'.in Ajsocl-.t-lion,
piainttir. if st i list said defendants.
i'lat ismoii t ii, Nell.. April 2. A. 1. is.lii.
Sh'ritT. C.iss coutity. Norasa.
By virtue 'd ,-m execution issued by Georjre F.
Ilouseworth. jtleik of the district court, within
and lor Cass cotituv, Nebraska, and to iiie di
rected. I will on the '.".It h day of May. A. I). Hvti,
at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day at the south door ot
the court house in the city of Flattsmouth, m
said county, seil at public auction, to the highest
old. fcr lor cash, the toiiowiug real eitaie. to-wii:
1 he north one had ,) of the northwest quarter oi
section twenty-lour (lUi: the northeast quarter of
section (i!le.-ii (ir... ar.d the east one halt i1-,) of
the northwest quarler of sectio-i hlieeen U-1. ail
in town tweive ( it), range to. I iltp; also lots six
;6). eight '.si and nine ii. in section ten (l.'it. and
lots two i2, ttiree (.3 , live ij; an 1 nine (Vi in sec
tion thirteen vl.lt. and the southeast quarter of
the northeast quarter of ;ccti u jouiicen ill', all
in town twe'.vo ili. range Ten U..i. Ca-,s county.
Nebraska, together with tiie privileges and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise
appurtaining; the rame being .evied upon and
taken as the property of Wiliiain and Maria
Mock, defendants, to satisfy a judgment of said
court recovered by Silas A. llolbroolcplaiutitt,
against said defendants.
Vlattsmouth, Nebraska. April 24. A. D.
Sheriff, Cass county, Nebraska.
mUn S bOMPETITION KILLERS. I
A FINE ANTIQUE BED-ROOM SUITE. 1
I ;;: 1
At the Remarkably Low Price of $14.
Ii. M N Pt (l
Ten dozen more of those 95 cent chairsjust in.
J. I. UNRUH, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker,
OF FLATTS MOUTK, XF.BI'.ASKA.
Fi.id up Capital
OtlVrs tiie very best facilities for the
prompt transaction of
ME H8 BUSINESS
STOCKS, bonds, gold, goverement and loc h
Hecuritles nought and sold. Deposits re
eel ved and Interest allowed on the cerlli
catcs. Draft drawn, aviiilaDle In any
part of the U. S. and all the principle
towns of Kuropo. 'Jidiectlous made and
promptly remitted. Highest market
price paid for county warrants, state
and county bonds.
!. N Imvcy, I. H w kwirl t
. i.V.tiiirli, K. F.. VSte, 'i. K.
m-ii. K. Pnvry, I'ren. X. U'ai.cli. CahIiUt
II. N. Dovfj' AU CasFScr.
an; tlos most powerful, safe uroinut. and ro
M.iblc of this kind in the markets The
nrl.'iial and only uciiuirio womi;iii"s salva
tion. Askvour druirisl If tie don't keen
thorn, r'te direct to us and we will send
it direct upon receipt of price. ?1. sealed, by
mail nro):i id. Med ictl ml vice free. J Al'K
Si'N" Ml UICAL Cr., Cliie igo. 111., or o-.ir
a'-ei:t. I. L, Snyder.
KWARE OF IMITATIONS.
p- ro R sale: ev alc douggts or C
5 JACKSOM MLDiCALCO. CI'ICiuQ ILL. ?
?CO SO CLASK 5T iMPCR'ALeVD'G.
wN.B. Don t take any substitute
with the same name but difierent h
I spelling on which ourdruggisT o
makes iwiccas much
bewar: or imitations
SII ENASDOAII SANITARIUM.
An institution lor the Radical cure ol Can
fir and Tumor Vltbout the o.e of a
Knife. SatiMfaction 4inamnted.
We have never Failed to Effect perma
nent cure where we have had a reasonable op
portunity for treatment. Book piving de
scription of our Sanitarium and Treatment,
with terms and references free. Address
IR8. KOIUNSOX & STOI'IIKK,
Shenandoah. I own.
The News for iOc.
, - ' " j
F--mo-.-csFreckIe, Pi!Tiple3, I --.
Liver - Moles, lilackhcad?,
Sunburn nr.d Tan, and re- V
nor, s tho skin t i'a origl- - .--,''-T-v
ii;.l frtshitesa, producing ffi'f '"'.V- .
cienr nnd ln-:.ithy com Jcii.-r. f''.-J
plexion. !;n peri; -T to all tnr-f. ' - "
pr.'pnr; ! ions nmt lwrt'octly liarinlcss At all
drii;;;.risi-:.or Uuiiied for JOcts. isctidfor ( ircu'mr.
VIOLA SK'H SOAP U Pimply lnOTmrrnMc
Klon i '.ouniir 5"r.ip, un'-Tunlc'l fvz lln- toiiil. l wiihi.u' a
nsj f.-r i.nr'TT- ii i.''jl' lv pino ni. 1 d.-:it util midi
ent.tl. ,HJ'iii-n. Price 2 S Cunt.
The O. C. CJTTiNEK CO., Toledo, O.
h9 a w if j mm B
tr - r; 2 instant Killer cf Pain.
Internal and Externa!.
'urea KHi.lTM ATiS.M, NKl-'KA.
CilA, Ijune Kii'.-k, KpruinxjlsrviseH
S-'i-l!inirs. fjtllJ Ji'ilitf, CU1.1C :ii :
..,4 Wic ('.AMI'S instanUy. Cholera Mm-
LH".SjL'',i-"s r"t-'Pd 'ipth'Tia, Sore Throat,
R.UriKX'.i r,iiiviACUt, U3ii uy niiigic.
TliC lir.DCC tZOIMn Especially propf!TOl fnr
ilil. liUUJL. UilM I-J. kuk-L. J'lViblj StrciigiJi,
themont Powerful nnd IvnetrHtiutrLiuinicutfr Mnu
or licuetm eilfteii'-t. lirye il rnzu i;i'., cii.o?:
JOHHSCM'S ORIENTAL SOAP.
Medi'-nted an-i Toilet. The Grrn 8 kin Cur an!
raoa Sautifierj Lic!:cs will i-d it tho mm
delicets oii i rigtify psr"un&cj Toilet Sor.p t
ilie uutrc-t. It is agO)i;ttiV puro, Slakes t-.f
km sot t ea.l velrot; i;n l r-frrj; i n-i com-
f lextor, ; is n lajtury f"r thoBatn tir intants,
t aliij 9. It-jh'ng, c'er.nt-ea tboprsilp end ITciii'W
the rowtu ci jrr .'rice Z'jc. for attic by
PIAN05 AND ORGANS.
Daniel F. Bcatty, Washington, N.
I l JLIflC Organs, iS.'liJ.PO upw: r-ls; want
I ill flUkS Air-ntt. Cataloirun free. Ad-ire-s
liituiel 1". llcaly. Wash U-.-t.in. S.J.
Aljrjl WC I'iaiios, 3i5 iipwardi; w'.mt
UlXUrl flk5 Agents. Catalogue free. Ad
urs i;miel F. Ucatty. Washington, N. J
pfTATTV'Q l'ans 3S5.M upwatdi.
DLn I I I o tor catalogue addre-;
call, I;miei F. LfHatty, Washington. N. J
SCAA Afif UKATTY'S organs wao.oo
JuUiUuU nil. For particulars, cata
lotic. address or caii, Daniel F. Heatty,
Wash ington, N. J.
DC ATTV'Q lrzms 35.00 upwards.
ULn 1 I I O Write lor cat. ilou-S iddress
or call. lanici F. Heatty. IVashiiutiiu. N. J.
B. F. BRENDEL, M.'D.,
Physician and Surgeon
Calls promptly attended, either
DAY or NIGHT.
. ,. . . ... . 'J ' '- :'
, . 1 1 ii i '' : r
w ill do if used as a wash accordin todi
rcctiot.s; prevent t ransmissiori of blood
d Iseases, skin diseases, aeute, and chronic
ulcers, str ot uri?. fissure of the hands and
feet, t.czema. Tetter. ta It Kheumatlsm, I n -llamatlon
of the Itladd er. Ilsasus of the
bones, joints and muscles. Svpbiletic In
sanity, Scurvy, t-crofu la in many forms.
Tno above and a bund rod other forms of
disease are traceable directly or indirectly
to Syphilitic Hlood l'olson for which the
Dr. Jack son's Kniriih .Sacty Tablets is a
sure pre ventive, arid is asafn Uorm Killer,
rendering contagion liardlv possible, hence
its value. If neglecteil uch troubles result
f;ttally. Mailed anywhere, sealed tl: six
ImiM'S for J"). Meilical advlee free. JACK
SUN MhUICAl. CO., Chicago, III., or our
iigeiit. I. L. Suyeer.
- .3 iiLniL.n 1 un l r ' ;
rrtSMAN OUT OF ME .V- )
gdfat Fwr;i i;h DFMFnV
.?onAv vJivuni luvjui i ivii iili
in thirty diys y anew perfected scicnlilic
riK'lhod that can not fall unless the case is
bevond human aid. You feel improved the
first day: feel a benefit every day: mum
know yourself a kin among men in body,
irind and heart. Drains and lossos en. led.
every obstacle to hupp? married ii.e re
moved. Nerve force, will, energy, 't.hii
power, when fal;ing are restored. If nn
irlccted such troubles result f i tally.
.MedicMil advion free. Alrtiied eveiw tn-re.
sealed for il. Six boxes for t- JAi'K.-o.N
MKDIOAb CO.. Cfiioazo. III., or oum;ciit,
I. L. Snyder.
For Information and free Handbook w rit? P
MUX.N ix CO.. H61 Hroadwat. Kkw Youk.
OlileKt tjnmau for nm-prlng patont In America.
Uvery pntcnt takpn out liy un In tirouirht before
the pulillc by a notice given free of clutrge la tuo j
Ijrc"t etrmlntlmi of any Kr-lpntlO" l-iprr tn tl
world, hptendldiy iiiuntrateo. 1. lutflil?'
niau ehuid bo wiUiout It, Wee
v.... ill ii d-r monitis. AdfirMft.ft:
VX'Hi.isHniS 3SI ilroI-vy, Sew Vo-V ty.
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