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THE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS-HERALD, PLATTSMOUTH NEB., APRIL 24, 1897.
A crctni of t;irtar rtnkinsr powder. Highest o(
all in leavening strci'.Rth. Latest United States
4io eminent luod Kt-pnrt.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Jolin Sexton of Alliance was in town
J. fl. II aide man went over to Weep
ing Wator on bu-iiieri today. "
J. J. Swobod!v..Ir., departed today
for brief visit out ut Grand Island.
Mike Grassmap of Schuyler is in
town today vif-iti?)? old time friends.
Superintendent Calvert was looking
after company affairs today in this
Fred Sehlrjrel and Miss Adams of
Ilavelock wore in Attendance at tho
Charles IticLcy fial wife of Louis
ville, came in today to attend tho wed
ding this evening.
Mrs. P. P. Uadifcley ol Alliance
came in litis moininj to attend the
wedding of Miss Mayme Carmack.
Mrs. Premiss returned to her home
at Havelo k today after a visit will)
hor(p.ircnts,M r. and Mrs. C. W.Green,
in this city.
Mrs; Dr. W. S. Latta and daughter.
Olive, and Dr. Ladd and wife all of
Linco'n canio down this morning to
attenu the wedding tonight.
Louis Otnatt painted the handsom
est sign in town for Gerings on their
new building and today lie is paint
ing a neat fijn for I'oi, i-iiuan
Mrs. J. F. Vullety arrived from
Chicago 3-es!erd :y to attend the . Val-lory-l-'iKe'ibary
wedding which occurs
at the Kpi.-cvpal chu tb this eveniug.
Mrs.'W. Hooper, Miss 1'cklan, Mrs.
Knack and Dr. Diet, and wife of Om
aha arb in the city today in attend
ance at the I'ugh-Carin.tck wedding.
A copious shower of rain accom
panied by considerable hail fell this
morning. Tho wind blew briskly
from the south and the hail on the
window pane sounded largo as brick
bats, but no barm seems to have been
Mrs. M. A. Sti eel's millinery par
lors tilled with e egant ornaments and
head wear for
ladies has been
augmented by tin
mirror rm an ndjustiblo pedestal
whereby a lady c in loo'.; at the back
of her hat or goAr.i with as much easo
as tho front in a common mirror. Tho
purchase of such a piece of almost in
disporisablo furniture was quite a
stroke of enterprise oa the part of Mrs.
Street wiioso ex'!iillent judgment is to
Ben Ilasemeier is in town today from
Henry Gaebcl, of Louisville, was in
Jacob Vrtllery visited old-time
friends in Omaha today.
D. S. Guild, returned home today
from a business trip to Denver and
... C. E. Wescott and little ML-s Gret
cnen Donnelly were Omaha visitors
Tho rain and lightning of last night
eeeuin to have cleared up the atmos
phere for today.
CEAuolph Stcmikanip and his attor
ney, A. M. rtursell,of Weeping Water,
are in the city today.
Colonel Cal. Thompson, the paternal
retain e of the B. &. M. telegraph sys
tem, was in town today.
J. Henry Waterman, the genial
lumberman for the Burlington, was
down from Lincoln today.
f M . i- I "i i-i .1 1. 1 in ii n Tl an in i ii -w 1 - .i '
bvu a.i.i UKji t uibi . bnu nutnii
engagement here in the storehouse,
returned to his home in Lincoln today.
Mis. ll.irvev II olio war. wife of Cass
county's bet sheriff, departed last
evening for a three weeks' visit with
her sister at Knoxville, la.
Several I'iattsmouthians are spend
ing Arbor day in Omaha in attend
ing tho festivities con nected with lay
ing the corner stone for the ex position.
Tiik Nkws regrets to learn that J.
You can starve the body in more ways than one ;
you can -give it food and not feed it. It needs oxygen'.
The oxygen you get from the air is carried to all parts
of the body by the red corpuscles of the blood. One
drop of blood contains millions of these. When these
are deficient in blood, we call it poor blood, and it
shows itself in general weakness, lack of appetite, and
loss of weight. What you want is something which
will make more red corpuscles.
ot cod-liver oil, with hypophosphites, is something
more than an oil. Its peculiar action depends on a
number of substances active principles which will
increase the red corpuscles of the blood. '
5oc. .nd $..oo SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
u. Mcclain one. of Louisville's best
citizens is dangerously ill with lung
trouble ao hopes for hia recovery be
ing ectci luined.
Mrs. Joa Gray kindly remembered
The News office with an elegant box
of wedding cake which was finer than
ine tlnest. The force joins in tbaok-
ing her for remembering them.
L. McMechan, btate organizer of
the "Royal Tribe or Joseph," is in the
city for the purpose of organizing a
lodge here and is meeting with good
success among the business men.
A telegram from Schuyler contains
the news which will bo regretfully
read by newspaper men to the effect
that nlfalf.i is badly winter killed.
Just when we thought our winter ra
tions had been provided, the last prop
is knocked out.
T. Benton Brown loaded his house
hold goods into a car last evening and
departed with them to his future home
in Lincoln, Tnis NEWS, in common
with hosts of friends, regrets the de
parture of Mr. Brown, as ho was
a model citizen who had resided here
for years His tatnilv will also be
missed, especially in church circles.
AN AGED HORSE THIEF.
Captured By Mierlff Huberle n Kansaii
With Eight Horses.
This morning Sheriff J. M. Huberle
stepped off the Missouri Pacific pas
senger train from the south, accom
panied by an aged German and all
were horrified when he said: "Boys,
this is the man who stole Pred Sob. roe
der'a team, one from Lincoln and two
in Kansas, and all within the last
It could hai dly be possible an old
gray haired man, aged 74 years, nn
honest looking German at that,
and a horse thief, in theso times when
horses can hardly be given ( away,
much less sold. Such was the case.
for the prisoner had confessed and
toid the sheriff all about stealing the
team fiom Pred Schroeder near Ber
lin, and three other teams and he bad
been caught with all four teams in
There was no doubt of his guilt and
he offered to come with Sheriff Hu
berle without any requisitien papers.
He gave the name of Wilhelm Fis
cher, but it is known that this is not
his right name, and toid Sheriff Hu
berle the story of his life. He was a
prosperous farmer in Illinois and
about seven years ago, after the death
of his second wife, he concluded to
come to this state, and did eo. He
came here with his daughters, who
afterwards married. Last fall he sold
his farm in this state, and receiving
$5,700 for it, he gave $2,000 to each of
his daughters and the rest he squan
dered in fast living. On the 14th inst.
he was in Lincoln and at once con
ceived the idea of stealing a lot of
horses, taking them away and selling
! them to raise the monev to eo to Ger
many with to visit his old home.
With this idea in view he unhitched
a team from the rack on a public
square, and getting into the wagon,
drove to Elm wood and from there to
Berlin, where he stayed all night, but
getting up early in the morning took
Fred Schroeder's team and drove to
Peru for dinner, and from there south
to Kansas. He stole two more teams
after getting into Kansas nnd it was
these teams that caused his arrest by
the members of the association from
which the teams were taken.
A& the man spoke German, Sheriff
Huberle had no trouble to induce him
to come with him, as be feared lyach-
ing at the hands of the people of the
neighborhood from which the teams
were stolen, and to avoid this Sheriff
Huberle had to drive soma distance
before taking the train.
The prisoner will make no defense.
but will plead guilty and ask the
clemency of the court owing to his
age. He was arraigned this afternoon
and bound over to the "district court.
Nebraska City Newe.
A IJaur (T) Medicine.
There is a medicine whose propria
tors do not claim to have discovered
some hitherto unknown ingredient.
or that it is a cure-all. This honest
medicine o nly claims to cure certain
diseases, and that its ingredients are
recognized by the most skilled physi
cians as being tho best for Kidney nnd
Bladder Diseases. It is Foley's Kid
Two years ago It. J. Warren, a
druggist at Pleasant Brook, N. YM
bought a small supply of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. He sums up
ho result as follows: "At that time
goods were unknown in this section;
today Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is a household word." It is tHe same
in hundreds of communities. Where
ever tho good qualities of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy become known,
the people will have nothing else. For
sale by all druggists.
knows it is without an equal. Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Falrbank Company, - Chicago.
WEEPING WATER NOTES.
From the Republican.
Last week W. D. Crawford sold
pianos lo J. O. Lessel and Isaac Wiles.
These make six pianos sold here since
March 1 by Mr. Crawford. Doe? any
body think a piano could have been
sold a year ago, or any time within
the past four years. Well, hardly.
The people were not then buying any
luxuries. What better evidence of
returning prosperity can anyone ask.
The man who harps about times get
ting no better In Nebraska doesn't
know what hejs talking about.
James Bosworth left Monday for
Fort Leavenworth, Kas. , where he ex
pected to enlist in the regular army,
and from thero he will go to Fort
Sheridan, Ills., where he will bo as
signed to a company. He chooses Ft.
Sheridan becajse W. A. Holland, of
this place, belongs to a regiment sta
tioned there. N
D. M. Johnson and daughter, Mabel,
went to Council Bluffs last week to
spend a few days with Guy. The show
company he is with was there all week.
This week the company is at Hast
ings, Neb. They say Guy likes the
business first rate.
Dr. H ungate and C. M. McGill re
turned Saturday from a ten days hunt
in Duel county. They were joined at
Lincoln by a party of three, and Dr.
Dearing met them on the grounds a
few days later. There are innumer
able lakes in this section, and at this
season of the year ducks and geese are
found in abundance. The gentlemen
say they had a fine time and were
quite successful in bagging fowl. They
killed 100 ducks and two swan.
We offer Ohe Hundred Dollars lteward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Mall s (Jatarrh cure.
b . S. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo. O.
We tbe undersigned, have known 1 J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
nun perfectly nonoraoie in. an ousiness
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obllzatlons made by ttieir firm.
west & iRUAX, wholesale Druggists. To
Wai.ding. Rinnan Sl Marsin. Wholesale
Drutists. Toledo. O.
Halt's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
acting directly unou tbe blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bot
tle, bold Dy au Druggists.- Testimonials
Volunteers at Plattsmonth.
Captain Chase wishes to announce
that Staff Captain Rogers will be at
Volunteer hall tonight. Captain
Rogers is a very forcible speaker, and
every one should come and bear aim.
We are glad we can say that under his
management the Western Battalion of
Volunteers are reaching out and
inarching upward, and a mighty work
is being done for God and the salva
tion of many souls.
Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at 720
Henry street, Alton, Ills., Huffered
with sciatic rheumatism for over
eight months. She doctored for it
nearly the whole of this lime,
using various remedies recom
mended by friends, and was treated
by the physicians, but received no re
lief. She then used one and a half
bottles of Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
which affected a complete cure. This
is published at her request, asehe
wants others similarly, afliicted to
know what cured her. The 25 and .50
cent sizes for Bale by all druggists.
Horses For Pasture.
Splendid pasturage for 300 head of
horses in the Loupe valley can be ob
tained by seeing George Edson. This
is a good opportunity to get your
horses and colts through the summer
very cheap. The stock will be taken
fromhere and returned, and tho en
tire cost for the season is only $3 per
head. Address Geo. Edson, Plntts
moulh, or leave word at W. D. Jones'
English Spavin Liniment removesal
Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and
Blemishes from horses. Blood Spavins,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-Bone,
StiQeB, Sprains, all Swoolen Throats,
Coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonder
ful Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by
F. G. Fricke & Co., druggists, PlatU
inouth. Tho -finest imported wines in the
state, nnd the purest liquors, together
with the iremium Anheuser-Busch
beer, him always obtainable at the
"Casiro - Plattsmoutb's leading
saloon, opposite tho court house..
Tarn feat at St. Louis.
Hay 6 fo 9. One fare for round trip
lickt ts on sale May 5 and 6. Limit to
return May 12, via the great Burling
ton j oute.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
"You can take that soap
right back and change
it for Santa Claus Soap.
I would not use any
- Every woman who has
SPECIAL MARKET LETTER
The following market letter is fur
nished us by McLain linos. & Co.,
Couimission Merchants, ltialto Build
War in Kastern Europe has again be
come the object of greatest interest in
commercial and financial circles and
bids fair to overshadow all other influ
ences until it finally ends. When the
end will come, how many nations will
become embroiled, what will be its
final result, are questions which will
determine the value of stocks, bonds,
train ami provisions throughout the
civilized world. For some time great
uneasiness lias been manifest among
European financiers, especially at Lon
don In consequence of the uncertain
ties of the Eastern situation; this anx
iety has been retlected on American
exchanges, more by inactivity than by
uny serious decline in values, the situ
ation being such that, while a general
decline in securities abroad will tend
to depress some lines of business in our
eountry, war will have such a stimulat
ing effect in so many other directions
that the evil effects of the former will
in a great measure be counteracted.
Although the condition of country
roads has improved in many localities,
their state in many others still hampers
general business, the volume of which
is still unsatisfactory, as evidenced bv
a small decrease in the week's bank
dealings of the country. With im
proved roads and higher prices for
grain and stock, which a war of any
magnitude will assure, a marked im
provement in commercial and indus
trial affairs may be anticipated, espe
cially in the West and Northwest.
Wheat, being the product most uni
versally used and speculated in by
civilized nations, was the first to feel
the effect of the opening of hostilities
between the Turks and Greeks, and the
lii st to score a sudden and substantial
advance. That it should become an
object of great interest, and its posses
sion particularly desirable, is. under
present conditions, but natural, for sel
dom has is been in so strong a position,
stocks over the entire world being
smaller than for several years, the pros
pects. of increased supplies from the
soul hen) hemisphere nnencouraging,
and the outlook for American and
European crops becoming less promis
ing. When to these conditions the
possibility of the closing of the Dar
danellesthereby cutting off .Southern
Bussian and Banubiau supplies is
added, it is evident that this cereal is
destined, for some time at least, to as
sume a commanding position as an
object of great speculative interest.
The apathy of European operators,
noticeable for many weeks, has at last
been transformed into eagerness and
alacrity, and to them may Ik? attributed
the beginningof the buj ing furor which
resulted in the fust bulge following the
assumption by the Turks of aggressive
hostilities; their buying was accom
panied by additional purchases by the
coterie of strong operators who so suc
cessfully followed I he maiket down on
the recent severs decline, and by the
assistance of several strong bull trad
ers who have been stubbornly standing
by holdings which have shown severe
War news, while being responsible
for the major iortion of the advance,
was not the only str ngthening factor,
there being domestic news of a stimu
lating nature, the demand for Hour be
ing reported as urgent, the marketing
by farmers showing a decrease, and
crop advices being less encouraging for
an abundant yield, the Illinois crop re
port being decidedly gloomy, foreshad
owing a return of but little more than
the seed sown; three-fourths of the
acreage seeded is reported as having
:leen plowed np. and the condition of
the remaining third promising but one
tliiid of an average yield.
Late advices from California state
that their growing crop has been mate
rially damaged, changing the prospect
of great promise to one of apprehension
and fear. From India advices are not
encouraging for importing countries,
the crop there being estimated at 35,-J-Ud.tJOO
bu under an average, implying
that there will be but little for export.
About the only southern hemisphere
advices that report anything encourag
ing are from Argentina, where the j
ground is reported in a promising con- i
dition for new crop sowings.
Our market, speculatively, is in a
peculiar condition, the major portion
of the long interest having been elim-j
inated by the resistless decline from
80c. and the great short interest hav-
ing covered near the liottom, leaving it
pretty well evened up before the war
news became so important a factor.
The cash wheat is in strong hands,
and unlikely to come on the market
until the holders think that all the ad
vance possible has been attained.
Under these conditions fluctuations
are likely to be rapid and numerous,
inciting great activity and attracting
the attention of an unusually large
number of operators.
Corn is still dependent on wheat for
whatever strength it develops, although
there is a fair demand for the lower
grades; the fear of greatly increased
receipts with the return of good roads
inclines many traders to the short side;
they, however, operate cautiously, not
relishing anything of a sensational
character in the wheat mai ket.
Oats possess but little independence
and are still affected by the influences
regulating the course of corn.
The visible supply of grain in the
United States ami Canada shows the
following changes for the week: Wheat
decreased 727,(KM) bushels, corn de
creased 804,000 bushels, oats increased
- I have sold Otoe Clipper and ho will
not stand at my place.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by Geo.
F. liousowortb. clerk of the district court,
within and for Cass county. Nebraska. and to
me directed. I will on the 15th day ot May, A
D l-i7, at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day at tbe
soutn door of the court house in tbe city of
Potttstnoutb. in said county, sell at Dubllo
auction, to tbe highest bidder for cash, the
following described lands and tenements,
Lot 1Z. In block 138, In the cltv of Platts
moutb. Cass county, Nebraska, together
with tbe privileges and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or In Ruy wise appe r
taiutni;. the Bmne being levied uuon and
taken as tbe property of Katberine Keu
land. alias Mrs. Peter Reuland. et al.; de
fendants, to satisfy a Judgment of said
court recovered by i'ettlbone & Nixon, Dinin
t'.tfs, aeainst said defendants.
Pialtsmoutb, Neb.. April 13, A. D. 1897
Sheriff, Cass county, Nebraska.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by George
F. Houseworth, clerk of the district court within
and for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected, I will on the 15th day of May. A. I).
lMir, at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day at the south
door of the court house in the city of Platts
mouth. in said county sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, the following lands
and tenements, to-wit:
Lots one and two, block thirty (30) in Young
and Hays Addition to Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
also, lot four in block one hundred twenty three
(U3)inthe city of Plattsmouth, Cass (Jountv,
Nebraska, together with the privileges and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise
appertaining. The same being levied upon anl
taken as the property of Edwin D. Jones ai d
Klla 1). Jones, defendants, to satisfv a judgment
of said Court recovered by Josiah Peck, plaintirt,
against said defendants.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska. April 13. A. I)., ix'.rr.
. Harvey Hollowav,
Sheriff, Cass county. Nebraska.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by George
F. Houseworth. clerk of the district court within
and for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I will on the 15 th day of May, A. I).
I W7, at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day at the south
door of the court house in the city of Plattsmouth
m said county, sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder for ..ash, the following lauds and tene
Lots three and four (3 and 4) in block two (2)
in Hays Addition to the City of Plattsmouth,
Cass County, Nebraska together with the privi
leges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or
in anywise appertaining. The same being levied
upon and taken as the property of P. P. Lee, et
al.. defendants to satisfy a judgment of said
Court recovered by John G. Hays, plaintili
against said defendants.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska. April 13. A. D.. 1W7,
Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska.
In county court. Cass county. Nebraska. In the
matter of the estate of Andrew Rhode, de
ceased. Lena Rhode, Gotherd Rhode. Charles A. Rhode,
Bertha Rhode, Gustave Ferdinand Rhode. Adolph
Rhode and all other persons interested in said
matter are hereby notified that on the Mh day of
April, 1897, Lena Rhode filed a petition in said
county court, alleging among other things that
Andrew Rhode died on the 26th day of February,
1SM7. leaving no last will and testament and pos
sessed of real and personal estate of the esti
mated value of 1. 100.00. and that the above
named constitute all the persons interested in
the estate o( said deceased, and praying for ad
ministration thereof. You are hereby notified
that if you fail to appear at said court ou the 6th
day of May, IH'.,7, at 10 o'clock a. ni.. and contest
said petition, the court will appoint Lena Rhode,
or some other suitable person, administratrix,
and proceed to a settlement of said estate.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court, at
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this, the 13th, day of
April. A. U., 1M7.
(Seal) George M. Spcrlcck,
Application for Druggist's Permit.
To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby
given that the undersigned has filed his applica
tion with the city clerk of the city of Plattsmouth,
Cass county. Nebraska, for a druggist's permit to
sell spirituous and vinous liquors for medicinal,
mechanical and culinary purposes at his place of
business on west half of lot 2, block 35, in said
city of Plattsmouth. for the period of one year
from May 1. IW7.
April 13, 17. O. H. Snyder. Agent.
To whom it may concern:
You are hereby notified that on July 12, 1895,
the following described real estate, situated in
South Bend, Cass county, Nebraska, viz: Lot
four (4) block thirteen (13) in the village of South
Bend, Cass county, Nebraska, was sold at private
tax sale by the treasurer of said county for the
delinquent taxes due thereon lor the years 14
and back years, to the directors of school dis
trict number fifty-seven (57), who received a cer
tificate of tax sale therefor and who are the
present owners and holders thereof. The time of
redemption of said tax sale will expire on the
l-'th day of July. 1897.
(Signed) Lurectors School Dist. No. 57.
By Jacob A. Cain, Director.
To Philip Stoll, George Lehr, George Lehr, jr..
A. S. Lehr, his wife, first name unknown, Charles
Lehr. Minnie H. Lehr, William D. Lehr, Martha
L. Case, James Case. Charles Stoll, Mrs. Stoll.
his wile, first name unknown, Catherine Leach,
John Leach, non-resident defendants: You and
each of you are hereby notified that on January
11. 1KT. Kllis T. Hartley, as plaintirt, began an
action against you and other defendants in the
district court ol Cass county. Nebraska, to fore
close a certain tax sale certificate and all taxes
paid thereunder, on lot 2. being the southwest
quarter and a part of the northwest quarter of the
northeast quarter; lot (3) being the southeast
quarter and a part of the northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, and the northeast quarter of
the southwest quarter, all in section 35, town 13,
north of range 13, in said county, numbered 3tJ,
issued to the plaintiff on November 7. lSifiJ, pur
suant to a sale of said land for delinquent taxes.
Plaintiff prays for decree of foreclosure and sale
of said land to satisfy the liens thereon, and for
general relief. You are required to answer plain
tiffs petition on or before April 28, If 97.
Ellis T. Hartley, Plaintiff.
By I. H. Hatfield, his Attorney.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska, i
Cass County. )ss
In tbe matter of tbe estate of Anna Ma
Notice is hereby given that tbe claims and
demands of all persona against Anna Ma
lioney, deceased, late of said county and
state, will tie received, examined uud ad
justed by tbe county court at tbe court
bouse at Plattsmouth, on the Sth day of
November. A. 1. 1897, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon. And that six months from and
after tbe 8th day of May. A. 1. 1W)7. Is tbe
tioio limited for creditors of said deceased
to present their olaima for examination and
Given under my band nd seal this 5th day
of April. A. I. 1897.
o,n George M. Spurlock,
uea" County Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska, )
County of Cass. Jss'
In the matter of the estate of Martin Mahoney,
Notice is hereby given that the claims and de
mands of all persons against Martin Mahoney.
deceased, late of said county and state, will be
received, examined and adjusted by the county
court at the court house in Plattsmouth. on the
8th day of November, A. D. 1897, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon. And that six months from and
after the 8th day of May, A. D. 1897. is the time
limited for creditors of said deceased to present
their claims for examination and allowance.
Given under my hand and seal this 5th day of
April. A. D. 18t7.
IScalJ George M. Spurlock.
By virtue of an order of sa'e issued by George
F. Houseworth. clerk of district court within ai d
for Cass countv. Nebraska, and to me directed. I
will on the 8th day of May, A. I). 1897. at II
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the south door ol the
court house in the city of Plattsmouth, in said
county, sell at public auction, to the highest bid
der for cash, the following real estate to-wit: The
west half of the northwest quarter of section .'J,
town 10, range 14. east, in Cass county, Nebraska,
together wilii the privileges and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining.
The same being levied upon and taken as the
nroneitv of Lucinda Kowe. et ak. defendants, to
satisfy a judgment of said court recovered
John Snntli, plaintin, ana r-amuei waugh as ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of John
Black, deceased, against said defendants.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, April , A. D. 1897. .
Sheriff, Cass countv, Nebraska.
In the district court of Cass county, Nebraska.
In the matter of the guardianship of Adolph
Rosenbaum, insane. Order to show cause why
license should not issue to sell real estate.
1 his cause came on for hearing upon the peti
tion of J. V. Johnson, as guardian of Adolph
Kosenbaum. insane, praying for license to sell
the cast half of lot one (1), in "block thirty-three
,3: and lots one. two and three (1,2 and 3), in
block thirty (. all in the city of Plattsmouth,
Nebraska, tor the purpose of preserving the es
tate of said Adolph Rosenbaum, insane, and pre
vent its going to waste and decay and greatly de
preciating in value.
And it appearing to the court that unless sai-f
lands are sold that the estate of .said Adoiph
Rosenbaum, insane, is in great danger of depre
ciating in value and going to waste.it is hereby
ordered that all persons interested in said estate
appear before me at the office of the clerk of the
district court of Cass county, Nebraska, at
PlRttsmouth. on the 2&th day of May. A. D. 1897.
at 1 o'clock p. ai., to show cause why a license
should not be granted to said guardian tu sell
said real estate as above described, to prevent its
depreciation and waste.
Dated this l-'th day of April, A. D. ini7.
Judjje of the Distr ct Court.
Byron Clark and C. A. Kawls, attorney for estate.
In the district court of Cas county. Nebraska.
of Cas co
r. et al.,)
James tiarr Ames, 1'laintit:
Frances Eilen Miller,
-To Frances Ellen Miller. Albert A. Mi ler,
Anna B. Reed .William E. keed, Estella Reed.
Clinton Reed, Lucille Keed, Benjamin A. Gib
son, Alexander S. Porter and Benjamin S. Gib
son as trustee of the eeping Y ater bank:
You and each of you are hereby notiucd that on
the 17th day of April. A. I). lMfi, the plainiifl
hied his petition in the district c.iurt ot Cass
countv, Nebraska, to foreclose a mortgage ex
ecuted and delivered upon the 10th day of Sep
tember, A. li. 1H87, conveying to Benjamin A.
Gibson lots one and tv.o. in block tiity-one, in
the city of Weeping Water, in Cass county. Ne
braska, tiled for record upon the 5th dav ol Sep
tember, A. D. 1X7. at SaO o'clock a. ni. and re
corded in book "Y" of mortgages, at page .'H.7;
given to secure a note ot even date for fl.5.0 pay
able to B. A. Gibson, becoming due September 1,
lKii-J. which note and mortgage were sold ami as
signed to one Samuel T. Ames before maturity
for value, and by said Samuel T. Ames sold and
assigned to plaintiff, and to have said iiH.rtgaae
and note decreed to be a first lien upon said
lauds, and the interest and liens of whatsoever ma
ture and description of you said several defend
ants be decreed interior to plaintin's lien on said
lots, and for an accounting of the amount due
plaintiff and decree of sale, and equitable relict
You are required to answer said petition on or
before the Hist day of May, A. 1), lsi7, and set
forth your intere-t. claim and title in and to said
lots or your default will be entered therein.
James Bank Ames,
By his attoriievs. Byron Clark and Montgomery
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