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THE SEMI-WEEKLY JMEWS-HERAJLD, FLATTSMO UTH NEB., AUGUST 7, 1897.
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Government Food Report.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Noxt Monday is payday here for the
1!. & M.
f.;ori;e Freer is enjoying a short va
cation from his labors as express mes
Bernror. Grant Tw is is hero from Kansas
City Maying with his father, Charles
Robert Mettcer, hale and hearty as
ho was 60 years ago, was in town visit
ing friends and attending to business
Chas. Clifford of Louisville and Mr.
Pllug, one of tho base ball players
from th tt town, made The NkVS a
pleasant call totlay.
City Cet k Kerr is quite swell in his
now quarters at Snyder's jewelry
store, which aro decidedly nice. lie
ouht to have a good fireproof safe
for the city's records, however, before
his oflice c:in tie considered complete.
Tho Knights and Ladies of Security
will five a social ntttic lo.sidenco of
It. F. D.sir, at the poor fariu, Fr.day
eveiiing,'Aurius' (!. First con n'yai uf
will start from Smith !fc I'.n ih.-Il-'s
drujr h!.iie :il 7 o'clock; others fullnw
boon :. f i r. lCiumtl trip !." cent-i l-o
cream ami '.ik( lt ct'iils Tlio pn'lic
Col. C-o. 15. Pickett, an old news
paper man. will start a newspaiwr at
Greenwood shortly, lit bo called tho
Record. Col. Picket is a brother of
tho It. & M. agent lu re, and is a moo.
estimable gentleman whose success i
assured. Greenwood is in luk, ard
we trust will show a liberal disposi
tion toward a valuable adjunct to
O. M. Streight of South Omaha,late
of South Hend, was in town today.
General Superintendent Calvert of
. the li. & M-, was in town on business
Geot go Edgerton was very sick 3res
terday, but was well enough to got
C. S. Sampson, one of tho assistant
auditors of the 11. & M. at Omaha, was
in the city today.
Miss Lcueda Colbert of Wabash,
came in this morning for a visit with
Misses Ada and Nellie Hay.
County Commissioner Falter is laid
up with a bad case of ivy poisoning.
His face is badly swoilrn, but he was
reported somo bettor today.
Frank Nicman is home again, sound
and well. fie speaks in highest
terms of tho authorities at Die asylum,
and of Iheir kind treatment of patients.
Or. Marshall, tiraitaute Dentist;
Or. Marshall, fine gold work.
Dr. Marshall, gold and porcelain
Dr. Marshall, crown and bridge work
Dr. Marshall, teeth without plates.
Dr. Marshall, all kinds of fillings.
Dr. Marshall, all kinds of plates.
Dr. Marshall, perfect fitting plates,
Dr. Marshall, all work warranted.
All the latest appliances for first
class dental work.
"Last summer one of our grand
children was sick with a severe bowel
trouble," says Mrs. E. G. Gregory, of
Frederickstown, Mo. "Our doctor's
remedy had failed, then we tried
Chainborlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very
speedy relief." For sale by all drug.
Dangerous Drinking Water.
Death lurks in impure Water. It
breeds dieases often in epidemic form.
The first symptom islooseness of the
bowels. These diseases are checked
by taking Folay's Colic Cure. Smith
& Par mole.
You may hunt tho world over and
you will not find another medicine
equal to Chamberlain's Colic, Cho'.era
and Diarrhoea Ilcmedy for bowel
complaints. It is pleasant, safe and
reliable. For sale by all druggists.
are soft, so
bones in the
When these are absent we
bone-tissue, which shows itself
head-sweats, and later, if not
Such a baby needs lime for
oil for its fat-starved body.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil with Hypophosphites
of lime and soda will give its little body the needed fat in
an easy form.
Scott & Bowne.New York. All DrujsUtt. 50c and Si.
A Lovely Wedding.
J. M. W. Twitchell, of this city, was
married at 7:30 last evening to Miss
Olivo Maria Harto of Omaha, at tho
cosy horoo of Mr. and Mrs. D. S Guild
in this city, IliV. Q. D. Burgos t ofli-
The Guild resideuce was most taste
fully decorated with plants and flow
ers. The front parlor, where the
wedding " occurred, was decorated
with that representative of west
ern estheticism, the fluffy flow
ered golden rod. A beautiful
atch of golden rod blossoms was
plnccd over the door from where the
bridal party entered, and tho alcove,
whore the fateful ceremony was said.
wa3 festooned with write bunting and
yellow flowers. The dining room was
cheery and bright with floral orna
ments, the intention of a symphony in
green and white being nicely carried
The mandolin club was stationed in
the hall and discoursed the sweetest
of music to the delectation of a select
coterie of the friends of the bride and
of the host and hostess, who had been
invited to witness the interesting
eye tit. Miss Ulrich of Omaha pre
sided at the piano and played the
The wedding party, consisting of
the bride and groom;Miss Durkeo of
Omaha, maid of honor; Miss Fricke ol
Omaha, bridesmaid; Charles How,
best man, and George Guild, grooms
man, were preceded into the parlor
by two sweet little cuoids in the per
son of Master David Guild, wearing
white trousers and waist, and Miss
Helen Clark, also dressed in white.
After tho impressive ceremony had
been spoken and congratulations ten
dered, all repaired to the dining
roon, where a sumptuous repast wai
The groom has resided in this city
for over a year, being employed in
the H. & M. store house. Tho bride,
a most' estimable lady, is from Cor
rection ville, fa, though she has made
her home in Omaha for several years.
Tho honored guests were Messrs.
and Mesdames Uyrou Clark, S. 11.
At wood, C. F. Stoutenborough, R li
White, Dr. T. 1. Livingston and some
parlies from Omaha whose names we
did not learn.
The bride and groom went to their
nicely furnished home in the Fourth
ward, where they will be at home to
their friends after August 10.
The News extends he.irty congratu
lations and best wishes.
Reason Why Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy
. ia the Bent.
1. Because it affords almost instant
relief in case of pain in the storrach,
colie and cholera morbus.
2. Because it is tho only remedy
that never fails in the most severe
cases of dysentery and diarrhoea.
3. Bocause it is the only remedy
that wifl cure chronic diarrhoea.
4. Because it is the only remedy
that will prevent bilious colic
5. Bocause it is the only remedy
that will cure epidemical dysentery.
G. Because it is tho only remedy
that can always be depended upon in
cases of cholera infantum.
7. Bocauso it is the most prompt
and most reliable medicine in uso for
8. Because it produces no bad re
9. Becauso it is pleasant and safe
10. Becauso it has saved the lives
of more peoplo than amy other medi
cine in the world.
The 23 and 50c stzos for sale by all
Work on the Armour I'lant.
D. J. Simpson, who is in charge of
the Armour construction work, has
returned from a trip to Chicago,
where he went toconfer with J. O?deo
Armour and other officials of the com
pany. It is thought that Mr. Armour
wili bo out here in a day or two to
look over the ground and noto the
progress of the work. .'Another steam
shovel arrived yesterday. This makes
four shovels on the ground. One. of
the shovels is now working in the
north part of the tract, excavating for
cellars. The others are digging away
at tho bank near Q street. Bee.
When Yon Take Your Yaratlon
The most necessary articles to have
with you (after your pocket book) is a
bottld of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an
absolute prevention or cure of all
derangements of tho bowels caused by
a change of water. You are likely to
need it. Smith & Parmele.
You Can Iepeni On It
That Foley's Colic Cure is an instan
roiiet for colic, summer complaint
cholera morbus. diarrhoei,bloody flux
chronic diarrhoea, cholera infantum
oiuous cone, painters' colic and all
bowel complaint. Smith & Parmele
soft they scarce can be called
earlier years ; gradually they
furnish the frame which sup
ports the growing body. The hardening
comes from what chemists term " the min
have " Rickets " a lack of
in delayed teething, profuse
arrested, malformations and
its weak bones and cod-liver
The N. K. Fairbanh
DEFEATED ONCE MORE.
llleneoe Base Hall Team Were Unable to
Find the Ball Score 17 to O.
Striking evidence of how easy it is
for good men to go wrong was found
yesterday at tho ball park when the
alleged ball tossers from Blenco, la.,
crossed bats with Tom Farmelo's
This paper desires tho public to un
derstand that it has noother intention
than to teil the plain, honest, every
day truth about this travesty upon
the national game, and therefor it
contents itself with saying that the
game was the worst that ever. Uauk
and rotten cannot describe tho field
ing of the visitors, who seem unable
to see the ball even wheu it looked
like a balloon and their miserable at
tempts to hit excited great laughter
from the multitude. Shafer almost.re-
peali-d his great deed of the day be
fore and came near making the only
hit of the game, as he and Turner
alone connected with tho siihere.
Turner, however, got the best of it.
is his hit was a doublo, but it didn't
wiu him a ining. i iicre win oe no
etails published as to how the exc-
utiou took place it were better not.
Louisville made three runs in the
first, two of them earned, live in the
second, three earned, and one in the
sixth earned. In the eighth Blcncoe
attempted to break all previous
records in the fielding line and
bunched a largo, rosy complexioned
collection of errors which yielded
eiht unearned runs All this was
iard on Mr. llooney, who twirled
the globe for tho hawkoyes, but it
happened thus just the same. To
particularize as to the playing of tho
visitors would be folly. They were all
ft but Shafer, and Turner in particu-
ar made a gallant fight for first place.
Shafer won out by a r.eck, making
some errors that scorned almost im
possible. It was the concensus of
opinion in the crowd that Mr. Sh -fer
had a very off day. Turner suffered a
great fall down from his work of the
day before when ho pitched winning
ball in tho face of certain defeat. Yes
terday he was part and parcel of the
defeat itself. Deur played fairly good
ball for the visitors, but was weak at
the b.it. For Louisville Clement in
particular played fine ball and Fred
Irwin pitched great ball The re
mainder of the team put up the bet t
fielding game seen here in many,
m.my moons. Their record would
have been clean but for an excusable
error of Adams'. Rough ground was
responsible for the only error of the
The Bleneoe team is composed of as
nice, gentlemanly piayers as evei
trod tho diamond aod in this respect
they left the city with the good will of
all their acquaintances. To class them
as ball players of the Parmele-Louisville
aggregation would be manifestly
unfair. They aro a little too ama
teurish yet, butj,hey are young.
Turner and Shafer showed that they
had plaved, but the rest . They
expressed themselves as satisfied with
their treatment and pleased with the
umpire. The tcore:
A.B. K. B.H. P.O. A. E.
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5 110 9 0
5 3 2 7 1 0
6 1 2 2 6 0
4 2 1 12 0 0
5 3 12 0 1
4 1 11 0 0
5 1-2 0 0 0
5 112 0 0
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Clement, s. s...
R. i B.H. P.O. . A. E.
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II 1 3 a 5
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Blencue (I i u O U W 0 O - U
Karii-J iuus. luiuisvillett Two bacliits. I"ar-iiieli-.
Tunic-. 1 iirot ,a hit. Clt-nirnt. Mulcii
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Kooni-v tiuclc out b. Irwin 7. by I'.mra.-y :!
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SPECIAL MARKET LETTER
The following market letter :- is fur
Qished us by McLaix Bitos. & Co.,
Commission Merchants, llialto Build
The miners' strike, which continues
with unabated vigor, is still the chief
disquieting factor in the business
world, and although it lias as yet but
moderately disturbed commercial and
industrial affairs, its indetinite contin
uance will disturb the supply and de
mand relations of so many of the pro
ducts of industry that a sympathetic
influence will be manifest along all the
streams of commercial hie. The fact
that the great railway lines have suf
ficient coal supplies to enable them to
coiHinue uninterrupted traffic for some
time to corne has doubtless prevented
a manifestation of the strike influence
in the stock market, and lias enabled
the bull party to fairly well maintain
The market, however, shows a halt
ing tendency and is subject to other
unfavorable inlluences, which, unless
they are arrested, will become potent
as Jiear arguments. The most import
ant of these is tho inability of man
agers to maintain tariff rates, notwith
standing Iheir strenuous efforts in thai
direction; another is the sudden revival
of gold exports on a liberal scale, the
outward movement la.st week aggre
While the interest in stocks is wan
ing wheat is becoming an object of
universal attention, because of supply
and demand relations, and its inherent
speculative possibilities. From all sec
tions of Korth America corm reports
of gratifying yields or encouraging
prospects, save on limited areas in the
northwest, where the rainfall has been
too abundant for the welfare of low
land wheat, while from all portions of
Europe complaints of crop failure, or
damage to some extent, are heard, as
suring an excellent demand for Amer
ican wheat, and an active and interest
While the estimates of foreign dam
age may be exaggerated, there is evi
dently substantial grounds for belief
in an under-average crop, and that.
with the absence" of India and Argen
tina as competitors until their new
cio is ready for market next spring.
and the possibility that they may then
have no surplus to self, presentsa sit
uation fraught with great possibilities
in the future.
Jkcrbfthm estimates the European de
liciencv at 222.800,000 bu, divided as
follows, viz: France, 56,000,000 bu; Bui
gai ia, Servia and Turkey, 52,000,000 bu;
Hussia, 48,000,000 bu; Italy, 32,000,000
bu; Austria-IIungarv. 36,000,000 bu:
Germany, 4.000.000 bu;, United King-
iom. 2.(MK).0lH) bu; all other countries,
The uneventful termination of the
JiiiV wheat deal has freed our market
: roin the corner liogie and left it once
more to tho operation of natural condi-
lious; there is an attempt being made
to arouse tears or a September deal,
which, however, is accorded but indif-
lerent consideration by local traders;
having failed to secure an advance in
July of but little if any greater than
natural causes would warrant, when
conditions were more favorable for a
squeeze than they possibly can become
again in the near future, it is not like
ly that the same people would essay a
September coiner in our market and
thereby invite the unloading on them
of all the Xo. 2 spring wheat that could
be possibly shipped here before October
1st .and then find themselves possessed
of a lot of irregular wheat for which
there is never more than a moderate
exnort and millinir demand whenever
the nio-e desirable grades are obtain
able. Tne operations of a strong bull con
tingent mav at times exert great innu
ence in the market, but any attempt to
force it far beyond its natural confines
would he traught with too much dan
ger. When the wheat raised is al
ready for market, and the milling and
export demand have the crop to draw
upon t satisfactory prices are onered
the market will become broad enough
to render the operations of any one
man or coterie of men inconsequential
except perhaps as they may affect mo
mentary Ihu-tnat ions. Conditions are
s;h!i tliat operators for a rise or fall
will have fwqnent opportunities for ex-
i't ri-si g I heir judgment without con
si I - r ; i g the attitude of any one else.
Oi:r 'market still keeps pretty well
fVi-Mi d up; there are apparently no
I rge lines of short wheat out, and the
mod' r.tt trailers are wary of big
:.s.s s 1 he vountry" has not loaded
up i tl i- advance, hence there is but
I i ! i !i wb-iit pressing' for sale on the
in i-:: v. - j us fnr the buying has been
t -i i -1 - . i '. si mug bull operators and by
i ii. m-1.-. I'uder Mich conditions any
!; t it -I. clino must coine through
. . H- Mire of cash offerings, or by
u, i- -:sive short scllinsr than the
. - I has et been subjected to.
i .-li.le change has recently taken
e i:i ilie :itiitudeof foreigners; for
iiine Liverjiool led the advance
ieCoiiliiienlal markets lagged, now
!:.tter h ad while the former lags.
t i 'i lonliimes to absorb the quiet
nit rest ol inanv traders, who are
: in iron - prospects and the
i. r carefully, realizing that anv
'"'' may occur to blast the hopes
: abundant yield would be the sig-
' a tnn.iway market. As the
i element; of danger are insufli
:. i.t moisture and hot winds, prices
v;l . I. m.I.i less recover from all tempor-
y e:u;s tint li the former is sunnlied
t e crop is lievond the destructive
!.i;-iiee oi me latter.
i.e visible supply of grain in the
...led States and Canada shows the
oUovviiigelianges for the week: Wheat
iT'i-ie.-tseii i,&-:,uou ou, corn decreased
- Li l.i .' st (iwroncal 1-Ta OOO Km
waniea Jooa girl for general
housework. Small family. Mrs. T.
The reason Bert McElwain looks
sleepy today, is becauso he got up at
3 o'clock this morning to eee the cir
cus como in.
The unloading of a circus ha9 won
derful attractions for boys. This
morning about 5 o'clock R. B. Wind
ham thought he would waken his boys
and let them go and fee the unload
ing. He was surprised when he went
to their room to find that there wasn't
a boy in the house they having
slipped out long before on their own
Mossrs. AUhuler, Dovey and Wali
ng, ot tho lilenco base Datl team, will
remain in tne city to a ay and attend
For Kent Several small boys to act
as escorts to the circus. ' Enquire at
The News office.
Are you going to the circus, Guy-
romeo? Zounds no, methinks one
circus a week is enough.
The circus came in from Lincoln on
the Missouri Pucitic aud pitched its
tents on the B. & M. lots south of Main
street, near the depot.
The small boy is very much in evi
dence around the herd of ponies today.
Ringling Bros, circus is billed for
Lincoln. Its chief attraction is tb
only genuine white elephant over
brought to America.
Many farmers are in town today
with their families to attend the cir
Ir. Talmaee at Salem Chaatanqaa.
Dr. T. DeWitt Talmage will preach
and lecture at the Salem Chautauqua,
Sunday, August S, and Monday. Aug
ust 9. ltev. Sam Small will bo pres
ent during the entiro ussemniy and
will deliver two sermons and several
new lectures. The Slayton Jubilee
singers, who have been received with
unbounded favor wherever they ap
peared, wiil give daily concerts Aug-
9 and 15. Three evenings will be de
voted to tho marvelous moving pic
tures. Senator Allen, Mr. Helen M.
Gougar and a hrst of orator, lectur
ers, mti.-ieiana and mirth-makers will
hoip niiilti" tho Cliaul iuqua ;t success,
Half rules via Iho Isurlinston route
August 7 to 1"). Buriington trains land
passengers withing threo minutes
walk of tho Ch..utauqua grounds.
which nio the coolest and shadiest in
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By virtue of an order ot sale issued by George
. Houseworth. cleik of thedistrict court within
and for Cass countv, Nebraska, and to me di
rected, I will on the 21th day of July, A. L).
1SU7, at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day at the south
door of the court house in the city of I'latts
mouth, in said county sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, the following real
Commencing httv-two and one-halt teet east ot
the south-cast corner of lot number twenty-six
X) in section eiehteen (lsi in township twelve
(1 north, ol range fourteen (11) in Cass county.
Nebraska, running thence nor h one hundred
and thirty-five feet; thence east fifty-two and one
half feet; thence south one hundred and thirty
live feet; thence west fifty-two and one-half feet to
the place of begining all in Cass county. Neb
raska, to tret her with the privileges and appurt
enances thereunto belonging or in anywise
appertaining, ine same Deing icvica upon anu
taken as the property of Mary A. Miller and
Harnt L. Miller defendants to satisfy a judgment
of said court recovered by Charles U. l'arniele as
receiver of the Citizens liank, o! riattsmoutn,
Nebraska, plaintiff against said defendants.
naiismoum, i-ueorasKa.juiie , t. u.,
-' Sherifi Cass County. Nebraska.
Notice to redeem and of expiration of time.of re
demption, lo whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that on the -1th day of
November, lti.", the following described real
estate situated in Cass county, state oi rve
braska, was legally sold for taxes as stated below,
to George V. Glazier of Chelsea. Michigan, to
wit: South-west quarter in section nine, town
ten, range nine east. At time of purchase of
said lands lor taxes, they were taxed or specially
assessed in the name of W. S. Smith and now ap
pear by latest tax books or hies in the oliice of
the treasurer ot said county to last taxed or
specially assessed in the name of W. S. bmith,
also' north half ot north-east quarter in section
fourteen, town eleven, range nine, east. At
time of purchase of said lauds for taxes, they
were taxed or specially assessed in the name ot
M. and L. Larson, and now appear by latest tax I
books or hies in the office ot the treasurer ot
said county to be last taxed or specially assessed '
in the name ol M. and L. Larson, The above
descriptions of lands were sold at public sale by
the treasurer of said county tor the delinquent
taxes due thereon lor the year 18fl. The taxes I
nn i-rtain lands described in one or more certih- 1
catesof said purchase became delinquent for the
tax levied for the year lHytf on the north half of
the north-east quarter of section fourteen, town
eleven, range nine, east, and for the year 16115 and
lfiyts, on tne soutn-wesi quarter vi secnou ume,
town ten, range nine, east, which was also paid
by the aforesaid George P. Glazier and receipts
duly attached to the proper certificate and
thereby became and is a part of the original
claim of the certificate wherein it is described. Vou
are hereby notified that the time ol redemption oi
the above mentioned tax certificates will expire
on the 4th day of November, 1HU7. and be subject
to proceedings of law made and provided by the
legal statutes of Nebraska and action to recover
by foreclosure of above lien or liens, the amount
due thereon, together with attorney's fees will
be commenced. Dated July 12. I47.
oto. f. o LAZIER.
I n iho rnnntv rnnrt. Cass countv. Nebraska.
In the matter of the istate of Simeon 1. Long,
i- hahi-ih I nns'. Abraham Long. Silas Long.
Kowin Watson Long. Grant Irwin Wetenkainp.
A Hurt Ahraham WeienkaniD and all other per
sons interested in said matter are hereby notified
that on the 10th day of July, 1W7. Kowin Watson
Cong hied a petition m said court alleging
among other things that Simeon I. Long died on
the 15th day of June, A f). 1SK7. leaving no last
will and testament and possessed of real and per
sonal estate ot the reasonable value ol lH,iitK),
and that the above named constitute all the per
sons interested in said matter, and praying for
administration thereof. Vou are hereby notified
that il you tail to appear at said court on the 3rd
dav ol August. 1SU7. at 9 o'clock a m. and contest
said petition, the court will appoint Silas Long or
some other suitauie person auiiimisiraiur, auu
nrorff.rl In a fs!t t lenient of said estate.
Witness my hand and the seal ot said court, at
Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this, the 13lh day of
July A. !.. 197. GeoroeM. Spurlock.
(Seal) County Judge,
By virtue of an execution issued by George
R llniwfworlh. rli-rlc of the district court withiu
and for Cass county. Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I will on the aist day oi juty, n. i
twir n ii ,virwlr a m. of said day at the south
dooroi the court house iu Plattsmouth. in said
rminlv. sell at nublic auction, to the highest bid
der for cash, the following real estate to-wit:
Lots 11 and 12 (except that part deeded to Om
aha Southern Railway company) and lots 19 aud
31. all in Orchard Hill addition.to the city of
I'ljiiumr.iiili anil tli- south hall of lot 21 in the
north-west quarter of the south-east quarter of
crtu.n l i tnurn.liin VI. ranee 14. all in Cass
countv. Nebraska, together with the privileges
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining. The same being levied
kL.;!!.. I tnf -! r4 i t coticfv a imfirmnt of S3 id
court recovered b
lCvlUC I'LILlluniiv. V" ;M"ri
v the tlamtLirk?cr company.
Michael Mciiuire aud William
Plattsmouth.Nebraska. June 25, A.-D. 17.
Sheriff. Cass countv, Nebraska.
By virtue of an order of the district court of
Cass county. Nebraska, made in the case of fda
M. Adams, plaintiff, vs. Isabella Forsyth. Jacob
Irorsyth, A. C. Adams and Max I-eKoy Reefer,
defendants, then and there pending, on the 14th
day of June A. I.. 1H97. and directed to the un
dersigned as referees in partition in said suit,
commanding us to sell the north one half of the
southwest quarter ot section twenty-six (2r.i and
the northeast quarter of section twenty-seven ('-)
all in township ten (10) range nine (9) east ot the
6th P. M.. in Cass county. Nebraska, we will sell
said property on the 7th dav of August. A. i)..
1MT7 at the south Iront door of the court house at
Plattsmouth. Nebraska, at eleven (II) o'clock
a. m. of said day, said sale to remain open one
hour. Said property being sold as the propern
of Ida M. Adams. Isabella Forsyth and Max Le
Koy Reefer. Said land will be sold at said time
and place to the highest bidder, either for cash
or for one-fourth cash down and the balance in
three equal payments, payable in one, two and
three years respectively, from date of sale, de
ferred payments to bear 8 per cent interest and
to be secured by a first mortgage on said land.
Henry Snoke. Jr.,
John Q. Adams,
Mockett & Polk, Attorneys.
Kotice of Sale.
In the district court of Cass county, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of David V. M iller,
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order of Basil . Kanisey, judge of the district
court of Cass county, Nebraska, made on the 6th
day of February 1897, for the sale of thereal estate
hereinafter described, there will be sold at tha
south front door of the court house in Cass
county, Nebraska, on the 7th day ol Augrust,ll7,
at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, at public ven
due for cash, the following described real estate,
to-wit: The south one-half of lot five 5i, in the
south-west quarter ot the south-east quar
ter of section twenty (20). town
ship twelve (12). range nine qi, east of the sixth
F. M. containing five acres: the south one-half of
the southeast quarter and the south twenty acres
of the north one-half of the southeast quarter, in
section thirty-three 331. township twelve 12 J.
range nine 9, east of the 6th P. M., all in Cass
county, Nebraska. This sale is made subject to
two certain mortgages upon said premises.
Said sale shall remain open one hour.
Dated this 6th day of July, 1HW.
Mason E. Nf iller.
Administrator of the estate ot David W. Miller.
C.S. Folk. Attorney for Estate.
In county court, tJass county. Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Samuel A. IIol
Mrs. Fannie Applcton l.owe'1. Mrs Julia If.
Additon and all other persons ntjrested iu said
matter are hereby notiticd that on the 1 Ith dav of
July, lMrj. K. B. vVindliam tiled iu said court a
duly authenticated copy of the last will of the
said Samuel A. Ilolbrook, together with the pro
bate thereof, by the probate court ol Cumberland
county. Maine, together with his petition, alleg
ing among other things that Samuel A. Ilol
brook diea on the 24th day of August, A. 1. ISill,
leaving a last will and testament and possessed
of real estate situated in the county ol Cass and
state of Nebraska, valued at i'J.tXX), and that the
above named constitute all the persons interested
in the estate of said deceased, and praying that
said w.ll may be probated, allowed, hied and re
corded and that administration be granted there
under in this slate. Vou are hereby notified !iat
if vou fail to appear at said court on the l' li day
of August, A. f. ISV7, at 'I o'clock p. in. to con
test the probate of said will, the court mav a'low
and probate said w ill and grant administration
to V illiam I.. Lowell, or some other suitable
person, and proceed to n settlement thereof
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
at I'lattsinouf li. Nebraska, tin-, the .th day
of July. A. D. 1C.
Gf.urce M Spt-RtorK.
ISeal . Countv Judge.
State of Nehkaska. , ,- , r. .
County of fas-.. SS' 1,1 ",y C""rt
In the matter ol the estate ot Susanna Tlioni:i,
Notice is hereby given that the creditor-: of said
deceased will meet the a.liiiuil trator with will
annexed of said es'atc. teloii' rrte. County Jmlsc
of Cass county. Nehraska. at lie countv couri
room in Flattsmoiith in aid county, on the -'H
da ol August, A. IJ. INI?, on i'je LS I day ol llc
tober.lHy7.and on the Sid day if Kebmai y.l tlX.at
H o'clock a m each day lor the Hy p se'ol present
ing their claims f.r ctaniiii.Tiin,Sfju-,'!"e t and
allowance. Six months are a lou.JJ lor the credi
tors of said d-ceased to present tli.ar claims am1
one year Kr the admniistra'or with wT".."'
to settle said estate, from ilie LiJrd diS
This notice shall be published irf - ' -Weekly
News-Herald for lour weekt.
prior to the ZV1 day of August. lm.
County J uuk.-.
By virtue of an execution issued by George
F. Houseworth, clerk of district court within and
for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me directed, 1
will on the th day of August A. f). 17, at 11
o'clock a. ni. 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 bid
der for cash, the following real estate to-wit:
The west half of the north-east quarter of sec
tion IS, town 1 1. range 1 1. 'J'hc south-east quar
ter of section 13. town 11. range 9. also the east
half of the south-west quarter of section IX town
It, range 9. all in Cass countv, Nebraska, to
gether with the privileges and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining.
The same being levied upon and taken as the
property of Harvey K- Waldron, defendant, to
satisly a judgment of said court recovered by the
Hank of Eagle, plamtirt. against f. F and It. K.
I'lattsmouth, Nebraska. July 27th A. D.. 1897.
Sheriff, Cass countv. Nebraska.
C. S. Polk, Attorney for Plaintiff.
In countv court. Cass county, Nebraska. fn
the matter of the estate of William V. Conn, de
ceased. Sarah Jane Clapp, Elizabeth A. Abbott,
William M. Conn. Sena James, and all other
persons interested in said matter, are hereby
notified that un tl.e 16th day of July A. I). l.VT.
John F. I'olk filed a petition in said county court
praying that his final administration account
tijed herein be settled and allowed and that he be
discharged Iroin his trust as administrator,
and that if you fail to appear before said court
on the lrtth day of August, 1KI1. at 9 o'clock, a. ni.
and contest said petition, the court may grant
the prayer of said petition and make such other
and further orders, allowances and decrees as to
this court may seem proper, to the end that all
matters pertaining to said estate may be finally
settled aud determined.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this, the 27th day
of July. A. L 17.
(Seal) George M. Spcrlock.
By virtue of an execution issued by George F.
Houseworth.clerk of the district court, within and
for Cass county. Nebraska, and to me directed. 1
will on the 11 day of Aug. A. I)., lXttT.at 11 o'clock
a. m. of said day at the south door of the court
house in the city of Plattsmouth, in said county,
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, the following real estate to-wit: The south
one-fourth of the northwest one-fourth of the
southeast quarter of section 11. town 1', range 1:1,
also the southwest quarter of the northeast quar
ter of the southeast quarter of section 11. town
i-:. r.inge i.i, in i,ass county. Nebraska, together
with the privileges and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in anywise appertaining. The same
being levied upon and taken as the nronertv ol
John P. Jerpe, detendant. to satisfy a judgment
ot said court recovered by Sloan Commiysion
Company, plaintiff against said defendant.
i'lattsmouth, XSebraska, August 3rd A 1).. 1SU7.
Sheriff. Cass county, Nebraska.
In the County Court of Cass County, Nebraska,
in the matter ot the Kstate of Benjamin Briggs.
deceased, on Petition to distribute assets of
the estate to the heirs.
mother and guardian
of Krnest f)nyt in.lnoz
Briggs and Pauline
Anna Francis Cranston
Joseph H. Butler,
Heury O. Cranston,
Jane K. Briggs,
Ann iMiza sioiie,
Joseph li. Briggs,
Nicholas A. I.riggs.
William W. Briggs,
luiia J. isriegs.
Annie 1 . V lute.
Lucy Johnson Brfoth.
William 1 nomas Kilton William II. Cranston,
Harriet Kliza Saunders Byron 1-". I'erkins.;
(ieorge Arnold Kiitou. (ieorge 11. 1'erkius,
Sarah J. Baker. Albeit If. IVrkius,
James Adam Kilton, Stephen F. Tyler,
inheld Scott iMlton. Kdward Tyler,
AmbroseEvcrett Kilton Byron V. Tyler,
Charles Arthur Kilton, Alice Tyler,
Willian Henry kilton. Laid Tyler.
Lyman Hayward Kilton (ieorge Tyler,
Amos Aldrich Kilton. Lillian A. Rogers.
Ernest Dayton Kilton, John 11. Cole, and all
Inez Gertrude Kilton. other unknown heirs ol
Harriett Briggs Kilton, Benjamin G. Briggs,
Fauline I tray ton Kilton deceased.
Katie Joidan Kilton,
The uliuve named persons will take notice that
on the :ilst day ol August A. !.. ISW7, between
the hours ol 10 a m. and 4 p. m. of said day, the
depositions of William F. Kilton, Jane E. Briggs,
Byron F. Ferkins. Ann Francis Cranston and
John H. Cole will be taken before competent
authority at the olfice ot Henry J. Dubois, num
ber IS College street in rooms ;tt) and 31 in the
city of Frovidence, in Frovidence County, in the
state of Khode Island for the purpose of proving
the heirs of Benjamin C. Briggs, and for the dis
tribution to them of the assets ot said estate on
the petition of N. H. Briggs and Wmheld S.
Briggs, et. al., filed June 2S. iy.S, aud the petition
of John II. Becker as administrator. Hied June
A. D.. K:7, and the taking of said deposition will
be adjourned from day to day until completed.
This notice is published pursuant to an order .
maJe by this County Court July 30, ifJT.
John II. Kkcker.
As Administrator of the estate of Benjamin G.
Briggs, deceased .
By his attorneys, Byron Clark and C. A. Kawls.
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