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THE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS-HERALD, PLATTSMOUTH, NEB., AUGUST 1,1890.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U
S. Gov't Report
Mrs. I). C. Morgan is visiting her
mother in Lincoln today.
Mrs. Sioutenhorous:li was visiting'
friends in tho metropolis today.
F. M. Iiichey and T. II. Pollock had
businefis in Omaha this morning.
G. L. Lutz and Fred Metayer of j
Cedar Creek are in the city Unlay.
John Hall's convalescence is very
slow and discouraging to his friends.
Will Clement and J. Stuart Livings
ton were Omaha visitors this morn
ing. W. S. I'urdy is very low .-.'gain, und
his stock of vitality is not what it
S. l'olk is at
out to Lin-
George l'eaee came in
from V lllisca, and went
coin this morning.
W. K. Fox was quite ill last night
but is able to get arou nd in a fort of
hospital style today.
Dr. Neeley, of Vincermos, Ind., is in
the city the yuest of his brother, Joo,
the Oreapolis operator.
Word from Louisville says a new
boy arrived at Frank Dickson's yes
terday and all are Joing well.
Airs. Sue Tabor came in from Omaha
yesterday, where she has been under- 1
going treatment at the hospital.
A. J. Jackson, wife and daughter of
Lincoln are in the city visiting Mrs.
Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. J.
Hutler, the candy man, is in town
today as advance agent of a medicine
company which wiil open a weeks en
gagement here next week.
Benjamin Grant Jenkius and Miss
Harriet Kllen Ros worth, ot Weeping
Water, were united in marriage today
by bis honor. Judge Spurlock.
Mrs. M. N. Grillith and sister, Miss
F.dna Shipman, came down from Oma
ha yesterday afternoon ana wiil visit
relatives in this city for several days.
Col. Will S. Wise after a sojourn in
tho west for .several weeks returned
home this morning thoroughly convin
ced that I'lattsmoulh was the best town
in the United States.
Miss Violet Dodge had the
tune to cut her foot on a piece
this afternoon verv badly,
stitohes were required to sew
wound which was quite painful.
Carl Fricke returned home jester
day from a delightful sojourn up
among the lakes in Minnesota, whose
cool and shady banks aie in strong
contrast to the silitrj heat which
makes corn in Nehra.-ka.
Mr. Lane, of Minneapolis, represent
ing the I'ioneor Loin and Duilding
association of that city, is here con
ferring with R. U. Windham, the as
sociation's attorney, and lookir.g alter
the loans that have been made.
Under tho present tarilT law tho ex
cess of expenditures over receipts thus
far in July is above !,(Xmi,u0. And
yet the "boy orator" says there is no
other question before the people but
that of "self government." Troy
Sotneone dropped a letter into the
postolhco recently wiiich bore no
other address than "Aunt Mat."
It had no stamp attached and the
chances are "Aunt Mat" will never
get the letter unless she sees this no
tice and calls for it at the poatollice.
Tho water got up-o high around tho
depot last night Dad Karnes thought
for a time he would have to swim out
for safety. Jus Iiichey stepped oil a I
cross walk on his way homo after the j
storm and struck bottom only five or
fcix feet below tho surfaco of the water.
The three tramps who hoarded a!
llurlingtou railway train at Waverly
and kicked Drakcman Fred Sharpo off-
the car wmte the train was going at
full siH-cd were taken before Justk
McCandless yesterday morning on the
charge of vagrancy and sentenced to
ninety days days in jail. Slate Jour
nal. A heavy rain fell last evening which
was not relished tty tho famers having
small grain to c are lor. In this city
the fall of rain amounted to nearly
two inches, causing Main t-treel at one
time to look like a mountain torrent
as the water rushed by, almost reach
ing tho top of the curb. Hut little
damage in town, however, has been
County Attorney C.
tending to business in
Editor M. D. l'olk was looking after
nomo business matters at the state
Mr. W. C. Haugh, of Newton, la., is
in the city visiting his daughter, Mrs.
O. J. Smith, and family.
Oioitiier c. iv cscott is having a
new floor put in bis store room which
wiil add materially to its appearance
Hon. Orlando Tefft, next lieutenant
governor of Nebraska, was shaking
hands with friends in Plattsmouth to
Mr. and Mrs. William Gingery of
West l'lattsrnouth went to Lincoln to
day for a visit of several days with
Mrs. George Keisling and daughter
of Burlington, la., former residents of
ilis city, arrived this morning ior a
visit with the family of J. C. Petersen.
inose meioncoiie days ol which you
have so often read have arrived the
first shipment of watermelons having
been received in this city today. A
party of small boys may 1h seen on the
corner syndicating for the price of one
The old land marks of I'lattsmoulh
are gradually disapjearing. The
work of demolishing the old building
known as I'attersnn's row, which stood
on the corner of Sixth and Oak streets
is about fini-hed. It was built for a
tenement house in the early days
when rents were high and has proba
bly paiil for itself many times. Ed
Fitzgerald purchased the building and
will use the lumber for another pur
I Kse .
Corn iu Fine Slinpe.
The weekly bulletin of the Nebraska
section, climate and crop - service of
the weather bureau, for tho week end
1 1 .
and only half the expense
and bother. That's why
thousands of thourrhtful.
thrifty women use Santa
Claus Soap. They have
learned by practical, thorough
tests that for washday or every
day use there is no soap in the
world that nearly equals
THIS IS A PICTURE OF ONE OF
ANTIQUE BED-ROOM SUITE.
MIA CLOTS SOAK
Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Fairbanh Company,
Whiptt! Whiim! Whips!
Aupusi uorder has some surprising
bargains in whips. He 6ells the com
mon whip at two for twenty-five cents
a first-class rawhide center whip for
twenty-five cents;- one of tho be?t for
fifty cents, and the very best whip
made for seventy-five cents. Come in
ana see them at old stand -of Fred
Gorder &. Son. Plattsmouth, Neb.
Get your abstracts of title made bv
Robert J. Vass. Office in IJriggs build
ing Monday, July 27. says:
The past week has been cool
temperature .iverajnng nve dejrrees
below the menial. The maximum
tenifK-rature for the week has been be
low U't in the greater portion of the
state arui on most days the maximum
temperature has heen decidedly be
The rainfall lias generally been
above the normal, and has exceeded
an inch over a large area in the west
ern and northeastern portions of the
slate. Along the southern border and
in localities in the central pottionit
bar. been less than half an inch.
The harvest of small grain is about
completed over the greater Hrtion of
the state. Threshing is general and
the reports indicate that as a rule the
smali ir rain crop will bo below the
average. The oats will be a very
light croj). In man' places fall plow
ing has commenced.
The corn has generally grown well,
the st;il ks are very large and they are
j earing in a wav tnai indicates a very
large crop. In a few localities, how
ever, the crop has been somewhat re
tarded by lack of moisture, and in the
south western counties the corn has
sulTered permanent injury from the
The hay ci op is an unusually good
one. Pastures continue good.
English Spavin Liniment removcsal
Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and
Blemishes from horses, IJIood Spavins,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, King-Done,
) Stitles, Sprains, ail Swoolen Throats,
I Coughs, etc. Save ffoO by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonder
i ful lllemish Cure ever known. Sold by
F. G. Fricke A: Co., druggists, Platts
isv virtue ul an order or ale issued bv v.,ri'-
F. Houseuorth. clerk of the district court within
and tor Cas county, Nebraska. and to me directed
1 will on tlieytli da? ot Autrust. A. I). at 11
o'clock a. in. ot said day at the south door ot the
court house in the city ot lJiattsinoutli, in said
county, sell at public auction, to the highest but
der lur cash, the following real eMate to-wit:
Lot tnt iu Smith's addition to the citv ot Platts
mouth. Cass county. Nebraska, tocethor with all
and the lingular the hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or tn any wie aj-
i'h .-same being levied uinm aod nkn as tl
property of Hannah 1. bcoM and UaitarW.
cott. defendants, to saify a judgment of said
court recovered by J, H. Pettibone and S. E.
Nixon, doing business as 1'ettiboue & Nixon.
plaintiffs, against said defendants.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, July 2. A. I), lv'.m.
Sheriff Cass county, Nebraska.
In the county court of Casx cotty, Xcbkka.
In the mattered the estate and gudvdiauship of
Thomas l.mdsc'y. insane.
Notice is hereby given t William Lindsey and
all other persons interested iu said matter tha
L. O. 1 odd, guardian of said estate, on the lrd
day of July. A. U. li'. tiled in the county court
ot Cass county his petition asking leave to re
sign sai4 office, and therein suggested the name
ol Harry G. 'lodd as his successor. Attached to
said petition is ttie final account ot said guardian.
That said matters are set down tor huai hearing
on the Zid day ot August. A. L. lsyC, at 1 o'clock
p. m., upon the said account now on tile and upon
said petition, for a hual order fixing the amount
ot sftid account and releasing the said guardiai
from his said trust. ou are hereby not. tied that if
you tail to appear on the said day and hour.to con
test sirfd petitlou or to make objection to said
final account, the court may allow mid grant the
same and appoint said Harry Ci. Todd, or some
other suitable person, guardian of the said estate,
aiMl make any and all orders in the premit:S it
may deem just and proper.
Notice thereof is ordered to be given by publi
cation in the Semi-Weekly News, in tha weekly
publication of said newspaper, published iu Maid
c'ass county, for three consecutive week
.Dated this Jd day ot July, ls'jti.
CihOROH M. Sri; K LOCK,
soever character of the i'lattsiuoutli Journal
printing office, including good will of said news
paper, at public auction in the Drew building, on
Main street between 1 hinl and rourtn
IS'.Ki, at 1 o'clock
the city of Plattsmouth, Cass
on thu- :kl day ot Augut. A. 1J.
p in. of said day.
Hated July . 1!.
Gku. 15. Mann am F. K. White,
UyJ.K. Deiison, Agent.
liy virtue ot an execution issued by Oeorge
r. Houseworth. clerk ot the district court within
and lor Cass county. Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I wiil on the Mth day ot August A. It.
at 11 o clock AM. ot said day at the south door ot
the court house in the city ot Plattsmouth. in
said county, sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder tor cash, the following real estate, to-wit
The southwest quarter ot the southwest quarter
ot section seventeen (l.i. town ten (I'M, range
fourteen also, the mill lot. containing two
acres, more or less, situated in the northeast cor
ner ot the southeast quarter of the southeast
quarter ot section eighteen (IS), town ten (10),
range fourteen (14). also, the interest ot Milton
Krvm in the east half of the southeast quarter ol
section eighteen 1 11, town ten (10). range four
teen liii, i extent the null lot subiect to the lite
estate of his mother. Kosina Lrviu, all of above
described real estate being situated in Cass
county, Nebraska, together with the privileges
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise apnurtaining. The same being levied
upon and taken as the property of Milton Krvin,
defendant, to satisfy a judgment ot said court re
covered by M. Kumely Company, plaintiff. against
I'lattsiuoutli, Neb , July 7. A. I..
Shcritt, Cass county. Nebraska
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III ! Mull
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At the Remarkably Low Price of $14.
To I-lovd S. Wilson, non-resident defendant:
ou are hereby notified that on the 7th day of
lulv. in;), lulia A. ilson commenced tier action
iu the district court ot Cass county, Nebraska,
against you. the object and prayer ot which are
to secure a divorce from you on the gr .und of de
sertion tor more than two years before this date
and wanton and cruel refusal to support said J ulia
A. v uson: it is also askcu in said suit that the
maiden name ot said Julia A. ilson be restored
to her, and tor requitable relief. You are required
o answer said petition on or belore Monday, tfie
l .th day ot August, is., or your default will be
entered and the allegations of said petition taken
as confessed and true. Ji LlA A. ilson.
Uy her attorneys, I!ee.-on it Koot,
I!v virtue ol an order of sale issued bv tieorce
F. Houseworth. clerk ot the district court wiihin
and for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected, I will, ou the 1st day of August, A. 1).
at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day at the south
oor of the court house in the city of 1'lattsmouth,
iu said county, sell at public auction to the high-
st bidder tor cash, the following real estate tow it;
The east half ot the northeast quarter ot section
twelve U-J, township twelve i12i, north of range
thirteen ilili. east ol the tith P. M in Cass county.
Nebraska, together with ah the singular and
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or iu anywise appertaining; the same
beirnr levied upon and taken as the nrooertv of
William H. Shaler. defendant, to satisfy a judg
ment ot said court recovered by Ad mi
plaintitl against said defendant, and to satisfy
judgments m favor ot the defendant liank ot Cass
County, and the defendant Charles C. Parmcle,
as receiver of the Citizens bank.
Plattsmouth. Neb., June .". A. I)., lKyri.
Sheriff, Cass county, Nebiaska.
By virtue of an orderof sale Issuod by Geo.
Jr. Houseworth. clerk of the district court.
wtrlilri titiii fitp I'uaii iniiiit.v VihrnuL- ti.wl tk
pameui oi f niedlrui'tfil, 1 wli 1 on t lie ..Hi day of Sept., A
ding at law ; is'ttL at 11 o'elook a. ru. of autd dav at the I
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Mot ice of Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice it horcbv giren that by virture of a
chattel mortgage, dated on thy IHJd day ot July.
lHHti. and duly tiled in the oce ot the county
clerk of Cass county, Nebraska, on the 2"ith day
of July, ls'.fti.and executed by Herbert Cooper to
N. 11. Meeker to secure the payment ot tilO. and
upon which there is now due the sum ot $71U and
interest troni theZJrd day of July, 1SW, at ten per
cent per annum.
1 lelault having bn Biade in ttie
said sum and no suit or other procee
having been instituted to secure said debt or any J south door of the court house in the oity of
pan iiieieoi, i win, inereiore, sen me property i I'lutti-uioutli. In said eounty. sell atUUbilr
ff I.., yt.merr n.. r-r..-.
0 b-W-tw&p&S&ZS . f
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describt-fl in said mortgage, to-wit
the entire drug stock, merchandise ot every
kind connected with said stock, together with all
the fixtures used in and about the business, be
longing to and carried on by said mortgagor.
Herbert Cooper, said stock consisting ot drugs.
notions, wines, liquors, show cases, sate and fix
tures as the same is set out in invoice attached to
said mortgage, at public auction in the Swauback
building, wiiere said stock is located, on lot 2s2 in
the town ot Greenwood, Cass county, Nebraska,
on the aith day of August. A. I. lMHi. at i o'clock
p. m. ot said daj .
UateJ at Oreenwood tins .itn day oi July. iv.i.
N. H. Mlf.kek, Moitiawatce.
By Geo W. Clark, Attorney.
iiucl ion. to
( fol lowlnir di
HtieuiiiHt Ihiii I urt'it in u I:y.
"Mystic Cure" for liheumatUm and
Neuralgia radically cures in one to
thri'e days, its action upon the sys
tem is remarkahie and mysterious. It
removes at onco the cause and the
. disease immediately disappears. The
lirst dose r;atly btinelits, o cents.
Sold by l' (i. Fricke t Co., drujreists,
"Wake up, Jacob, day is breaking!"
so said DeWitt's Little Early Risers
to the mar. who had taken them to
arouse his slup;o;ish liver. F. CI.
Fricke iN; Co.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
approve of Scott's Emulsion. For whom?
For men and women who are weak, when they
should be strong ; for babies and children who are thin,
when they should be fat ; for all who do not get from
their food the nourishment they should. Poor blood is
starved blood. You eat and are nourished. Consump
tion and scrofula never come when the blood gets its
proper food.' And nothing is better for starved blood
than COD-LIVER OIL.
is cod-liver oil with the taste taken out. It is for all
wTho feel weak, have lost appetite or are losing flesh.
Aio one else breaks up cod-liver oil as it is broken up in Scott's Emulsion.
Jf you need it, get it. Yj substitute :i t'Jl do.
TWO 5IZES, 50c. and $I.OO. SCOTT & BOWNE, ChemLsta, New York.
Susan (Irosclaude. Charles A. (jroclaude.
Rudolph Decker, Kiinsom Decker, Henrietta
Deitrich. Deitrich, her husband, first
name unknown. S. M. Katon and un
known heirs of E. H. Katon, ct al..
defendants; will take notice that on the rd
day ot July, lv.ti, 1 heodore r. 1 )ecker. plaiutirl
herein, tiled his petition in equity in the district
court of Cass county, Nebraska, against said de
fendants, the object and prayer ot which are to
declare the estate of Kosan Decker, deceased,
and her tieirs at law, entitled to the souttieast
quarter of section thirty CD), township twelve (1-1,
range eleven (11), Cass county, Nebraska, by
reason of said Kosan Decker and those claiming
under her occupying said real estate openly,
notoriously, exclusively and adversely for more
than twenty-five years last past and that ttie title
to the same be continued iu said tieirs, that
Rudolph Decker be declared to have no neht or
title to said real estate except as an heir at Taw of
1 hat a certain deed from Win. S. Katon to S.
M. Katon and K. H. Katon bedeclared a cloud
upoiCthe title of said real estate and that the
same be held tor naught, and further that the
shares of plaintiff aud defendants in said laud be
confirmed and set aside; if no division thereof
can be had that the same may be sold aud the
proceeds thereof divided between the parties as
their respective shares may appear and tor such
other and further relief as may seem just and
Vou are required to answer said petition on or
before the 14th day of September. lK:ni.
Dated at i'lattsiuoutli, Nebraska, the SJrd day
of July, 1KJ.
Theodore F. Dkckkr. I'laintitt.
Uy Matthew (ieiing. Attorney.
In the district court of Cass county. Nebraska, in
the matter ot the estate of Fred W. Cross, de
Notice is hereby Riven to all persons inter
ested ttiat upon ttie ;ird day ot August. A. II li,
at 10 o'clock a, m. or as soon thereafter as I may
be heard, at the otlice of the clerk of the district
court of Cass county. Nebraska. I will apply to
Hon. Ii. S. Ramsey, judge ot the district court
of Cass county, Nebraska, for an order confirm
ing the sale ot the following desciibtvl lands, ti
wit: The undivided three-tenths ot the South
two-thirds of the wet hall of section twenty-nine
CJ1, in township ten (l()l. north ot range eleven
tilt, m Cass county, Nebraska: said sale being
made by me as executor of the estate and last
will and testament ot 1-red V. Cross, deceased,
upon the th day of April. A. D. lff.rfl, in pur
suance of an order of the judge ot the district
court ol Cass county, Nebraska, entered upon the
Jl'lti day of March, A. D. Is'.oi, and directed to
me. Ail objections to the confirmation ot said
sale must be nied on or before the :5rd day ot
August. A. D. ivr..
Dated this 14th day of July, ls;.
AkiiitK K. Cross.
Kxc-cutor of Kstate of Fred W. Cross, deceased.
liy tus attorneys, liron Clark and C. A. Raw Is.
Notice of Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice is hereby iven that by virtue of a chat
tel mortgage, dated on the 2tli day ot June, lsor,
and duly tiled in the ortice ot ttie county clerk of
Cass county. Nebraska, on the IM'h day ot June,
IHS-a: and executed by Orilia ii. Sherman to Geo.
B Mann and K. K. White to secure the payment
of the sum ot i-T.'Z. and upon which there is now
due the sum of i2 and interest at the rate of 10
pe cent fiom Juue ZN lf'..
Default having been made in the payment oi
said sum, and no suit or other proceeding at law
having been instituted to recover said debt or
any part thereof, therefore we will sell the prop
erty therein described, viz:
1 he 1'lattsmouth Journal printing outfit con
sisting of one Country Cambell press, one eight
medium job picss.all the type oCcveryJiescription,
imposing stones, ink, stands, cases, cabiuets and
all printing material and other property of what-
the highest bidder for cash, the
ribed real est a to. to-wit:
Tho south half is Hi of lots 1. i and 3 In
block thirteen t t:t in tho oity of 1'latts
noiith.C'ass county. Nebraska, together with
all und singular the hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or lu any
wise :i pperiainlng. lite same being levied
upon and taken as the nrooertv of 8. r.
Vanntla and K. J. Vanatta. defend ants: to
satisfy a judgment of said court recovered
by C'ti.iries c. 1 .innelo as receiver of the
Citizens' Hank Of rlaltsmouth, Nebraska,
planum; airaiust SulJ defendants.
1'lattsuioutn, Nebraska. July ill. A. 1) ,
l""'-1;. IlARVKV HOI.LOWAY,
Sheriff. Cass county, Nebraska,
I!y v irtue of an orJer of sale issued by George
r. uouscworin, cierK oi the district court within
and tor Cass county, Nebraska, and to me ill-
reeled, f will on the fth day ot September. A. D.
1!;. at II o'ciock a. m ot said day at the south
door ot the court house in the city ot 1'iatts-
inouth. in said county sell at public auction, to
ttie highest bidder for cash, the following real
estate, to-wit: The noith halt ot lots eleven and
twelve (11 and V!). in block thirty-six VU', in the
city ot 1'lattsmouth, Cass county, Nebraska, to
gether w ith all and singular the hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
ai))wise apiH-i taming; the same being levied
upon a id taken as the propu: ty ot Klizabeth A.
V oodson and James M. Woodson, defendants.
to satisfy a judgment of said court recovered by
Char.es C. I'armele. as receiver of the Citizens
bank ot 1'lattsmouth. Nebiaska, plaintitl against
i'lattsmoulh, Nebraska. July 31. A. I), lsyi.
II AKVKV HOLLOWAY,
Sheriff, Cass county. Nebraska.
Uy virtue of an order of sale issued liv
(Joorgo h . Houseworth, clerk of the district
court, within and for (lass county, Nebraska.
aim to me iiireeted. 1 will ou the ;th day of
Sept.. A. !.. 1 .. at 11 o'clock a. in. of said
day at the south door of the court house in
the city of I'l ittsinoutb, in s.nd county, sell
at public auction. t the highest bidder for
a-di. tf e rol.owin- real e-taie. tow.t:
i'ho southeast quarter iSK i) of the
southwest quarter -V '4 ) of section thirty-
mur (.hi. icwnsrup tnirteeu ii.i. range twelve
iI2i. containing forty acres more or less to
gether with all and singular the heredita
ments ;imi appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in anywise appertaining. The
same belnz levied upon and taken as ttie
property or William A. lt.Htcksctal.de
fenuaiit: to satisfy a judgment of said court
recovered by A. K, Wattle, plaintiff, against
said defendant .
I'lititstnouth, Nebraska, July A. I). Is'.xi
Sheriff. Cass County. Nebraska.
Ten dozen more of those 95 cent chairs justi n. .
I. UNRUH, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker,
OF FIjATTSMOUTIJ, N'KliKASKA.
! Con?!sxion Preserved
r OH. M EBFJA'S
I'ald up Capital
Offers the very best facilities for the
prompt transaction of
STOCKS, bonds, gold, goverement and lock
securities nought and sold. Deposits re
celved and Interest atlowed on tho certti
cates. Drafts drawn, available in any
part of the U. S. and all the principle
towns of Kurope. Collections made and
promptly remitted. Highest market
price paid for county warrants, state
and ouuty bonds.
II. N Uovcy. It. IImw hHwort !
Wantfti. F. K- White, '. K. I..vev
(ieo. I-:. DnvcT, l'rm. S. Httteli, t.asnler
II. X. Dovfj AkhU CahUler.
are the most powerful, safe prompt und re
liable of ttiis kind in the market. The
ortsrnal and only genuine woman's salva
tion. Ask your druggist if he don't keep
them. Write direct to us and we will send
ft direct upon receipt of price, tl. sealed, by
null prepaid. Medical advice free. JACK
SON MKH1CAL CO.. Chicago. Hi., or our
agent. I. L, Snyder.
Notice by public tion on petition for settle
ment of final guardianship accounts. In county
court. Cass county. Nebraska. In the matter of
tne guanluinslr-p ot Robert A. Mitchell, insane.
Julia .... .Mitchell, executrix of the last will and
lesiameiit ol Robert A. Mitchell, deceased, and
onier pcr-ous interested m saia matter, are
hereby notified that on the -".th day of July, lvm.
i'rtiu .Miiici nicsi a petition in said county court
rising uui ins iinal guardiauslnn accounts be
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make such other and further orders, allowances
and decrees as to the court mav seem proper, to
ttie end. tha all matters pertaining to said
guardianship may be nnally settled and deter
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James F. McKeynolds, Plaintiff.
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