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About Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1898)
CITY AND COUNTY.
Dr. (lilmoro ami Mont Kobb wore in
from M unity t ulny.
Julius I'ilz urn I John I urloif;h will
visit tin: exposition this evening.
Mth. T. M. M i rq ui!i to of Lincoln
cn'iio in this nflcrmmn for a visit with
MrH. Op.lt at Urn Cil v.
Mr. and .:. I' K. Whito, ton, I T'
orl, anil iicph-w, l'''nncU II imnn. son,
W(irt) ( y.uos ..ion vimIhi i.mIm .
Toin IMio(l-n, ; f iti'- sijnt nihil
fjifinors icsidintr nciir Mutiny vviia in
town today ami in ;; ihu Nhtt'S a
plrjiHJi.li t cal I .
Mr. I 'it .or, of M ills county, Iow;i, in
in 1 ron Clark' law otli'-o ami will
tako (J. A. IIiwIh' place whilo tlio lal
tor to tlio war.
Harrison Sir.it li who has been school
director for twenty-seven years in tho
Hook UlulTs dist'ict i e liahlo to l;c
elected for anothci Ihroo years term.
Mrs. (leoro Knirllehl came in yes
terday from Omaha having recovered
from a successful operation on her
oytss. She will visit at II C. MeMak
on's for some tt mo.
This year wili bo a groat one for tho
binding twine factories, as tho crop of
wheat and oats novor was larger.
August GorJer bought a load of twino
containing over 20, 000 pounds.
Chris Christiansen, an emplojo of
tho blacki-mith shops, mashed a foot
vo'.y badly a few days npro and is now
oft" duty. Hop'j ho will be able to ro
Buinc his dutios in a vory short time.
Iluck Adams lolls tho Courier that
th ball team is a go; that tho grounds
will be cleared at onco, a line grand
6tand erected and the ball will bo in
tho air in loss than ten days. Ijouis
Cioorgo Snyder camo up from Cedar
Creek Thursday and look tho Missouri
Pacific for tho Black mountains in
North Carolina where ho goos with
hopes of improving his health. Louis
Kobert Troop has traded for tho
Blake businoss block on lower Main
street, ono of tho best built blocks in
to'.n. Ho will probably occupy tho
room himself with a lino of agricul
Henry Kotliinan and James Camp
bell woro released on bail yesterday
evening in Omaha and arrived home
today. Henry is all right again, but
has a sore head from tho blows struck
by tho Omaha robbers.
Philip Seidenstriker, who died a
fow days ago up in Montana is known
to have ha i $2,000 life insurance but
no data has thus far been received as
to the cause of his death or any pa--ticulars
about his personal affairs.
His brother Coon is at Salt Like City
Ed Porter and Frank Delbride have
been remanded for trial under $1,C00
bonds for robbing Harry Itathman and
James Campbell, two Plattsmouth
boys of $12 on tho night of M iy 9.
William Johnson, tho third party ac
cused of complicity in tho crime,
turned state's evidence and was dis
charged Mayor Kiehey having some regard
for tho city pocket book had Chief
Morrissey escort, seven of the tramps
from the j til to the city limits with
instructions to move on. The chief
followed instructions and with the
tasto of work which they got on the
streets yesterday there is no danger of
T. E. Fulton, proprietor of the Ma
ple Grove blacksmith and wagon shops,
three and ono half miles from Murray,
was in the city today and made the
Nkws a pleas mt call. Mr. Fulton is
one of the best workmeuin the county
and is kept busy the year round, at the
present time he requires tho cssistance
of two men to attend to his work.
Levi Churchill returned home this
morning from Davenport in Thayer
eounty. He says we know nothing
about the rain down here. Out in that
country thousands (if acres of the best
farm land is lying under from one to
three feet of water. Down at White
Cloud, Kas., tho best corn county in
that state, no corn has yet been plant
ed on account of the wet weather.
31 ON DAY.
Miss Conn was an Omaha visitor
Dr. Fato of W eping Water is in
the city today.
Hobt. Wilkinson and son of Weep
ing Water art? in town today.
Oliver Ward and .-on, J. O. Ward,
were in town today from Glendale.
John Becker and J. M. Meisinger
was attend i ng to busi .ess in Omaha
Owing to an increase in lifciiit-t-F.
J. Morgan's, Fred Horn has been
t tken in as an additional clerk.
Hans Frahm has quit the service of
the B. 5c M-, and is ready for any job
of otirpeuter wo-k that may be given
Judge Shcrt is seventy six years of
age, but his patriotism is undimmed
and he exi ecia 10 raise a big vole on
July fourth with appropriate cere
Circuit Judge A. It. Dewey and wife
of Washington la. returned home this
morning after a pleat-ant visit with
their uncle and aunt, Wm Atwoodani
Byron Hector of Lincoln and Miss
Bessie Siinson of Greenwood and
Steven Ambler and Miss Helen Ho' den
of Weeping Water took out wedding
a.. Carm'chel, son of the old 'squire,
who was one of the first settlers iu
this county, is at H. C. McMackena on
his first visit to this county in 27 years.
Ho is a resident of Neosho county,
Kansn', and will bo remembered as
Borgount of Co. A, First Nebraska reg
iment. He ox oectH to nttend tho ex
position for a few days and will then
visit his early friends in this county.
A big "jumbo" coal car jumped th
track up in the yards y sterday and
tore up tho ground in groat nh:ipe. It
required tho assistance of several men
to get the car back on the track again.
C. Soaiv, an industrious and well to
do resident of Cedar Creek, will hi
married next Wednesday to Miss Em
ma, the handsome daughter of Henry
lnheldor. Tho N kh's ex tends congrat
ulations and best wishes in advance.
Fi ank Curtis was taken by surprise
today when he learned that a tine boy
had arrived at his house in his ab
sence and demanded something to eat
and wear. Frank hurried homo and
will look after the wardrobe without
Tho sheriff is in receipt of letter to
day from Hans Ilendi ickson, no ir Ka
gle, which had been carefully regis
torod so he thought ho was about to
receive a noat sum of money. When
tho loiter was deciphered it was found
to contain nothing except a roast for
George Houseworth, Sam Chapman
and Judge Hamsoy, couched in terms
that would make Ilendrickson liable
to arrest and imprisonment.
Andrew Chrisienson, ono of tho live
farmers of western Cas, was in town
Miss Li..ie Eikei.biry wenttoTIum
boit today as a delegate to the Hpworth
It rained every day laot week in this
county, and tho same record has been
maintained so far this week.
Mrs. T. M. Marquette returned, to
her home at Lii.coln today, after a
pleasant visit i'i this city with Mrs.
Montgomery Waid & Co. have a
horseless carriage at Die exposition
with which they entertain their
Wilson Gilmoro of Mt. Pleasant
precinct was in town today and reports
all crops looking the very linest in his
part of tho county.
Meek Davis enjoyed a visit from his
mother, yesterday. Sho is a resident
of Malvern. Sho went out to Murray,
to visit other relatives.
A. B. Ilobson lost a check for $CS 00
signed by Walker & Pitman, also a
note for over $oi0. If ho will call at
the Nkvvs office wo can put him on the
track of his property.
Eu Fitzgerald received from St.
Louis yesterday ono of the handsomest
carriages ever brought to the citv. He
will now bo better fitted than ever to
take care of his patrons.
Mrs.' Meek Davis, and son Troy, are
visiting back at Concord, Massachu
setts. They are having a good time,
as Concord is a suburb of Boston,
where they spend pirt of the time.
The Epworth leagues of tho state
have issued advanced notices of the
program of their assembly to bo held
at Lincoln park early in August. Tho
Crete Chautauqua will not bo hold this
year on account of the exposition.
General Colby will be home this
week and Beatrice will give the brig
adier a warm reception. He is the
only general selected fn m Nebraska
and his town can not do herself greater
honor than to give him a rousing re
ception. Guy Livingston is here to recruit
for his company, 300 men being re
quired for the regiment. Guy says
tho job of recruiting was not relished
by the boys all wanting to go to
Manila. He thinks they will sail this
week, and he hopes to get through in
time to go with the next expedition.
Cass county today received a road
roller weighing five tons, which cost
$350. It will be used to level the
roads out in the connty after the
grader has thrown them up in a ridge.
Waiter White hitched onto tho new
machine this morning and gave it a
trial trip that showed it would do the
The farmer who is strickly up on
the markets has undoubtedly gotten
his binding twine. If he hasn't he
may have trouble to g'it it. It h is
more thad doubled in price at whole
sale and the largest factory in the
country refuses to book any more
orders at any price s it. cannot fi'd ail
that have b en la n.
The county cmm:ss:oi.ers are in
session now as a hoard of equal:, iiion.
Tho members h;-ve returned from Mur
dock where they will ch itit'o the road
so as to go under the Hock Island
trestle and thus avoid tho man trap
crcs ng. The Hock Is and is willing
to fix the overhead crossing as soon as
the Henning case is tried.
Frank Sackett of Weeping Water
was in the city today.
A. L. Timblin, a Weeping Water
attorney, whs attending court today.
Wm. Deles Dernier and Iko Tee
garden are in the city today on legal
Robert IP.rseh of Pueb'o, Colo., and
Miss Ida M. Bell of Greenwood, were
recipients of a wedding license today.
The Louisville mills, under the
management of Claus Brekenfeld, un
loaded a car of Hour here today for
Plattsmouth met chants.
Andrew Christenson and Isaac To
land, two of the solid republic ins of
Greenwood precinct, were in the city
tod iy attending to business and shak
ing hands with old-time friends.
Nebraska day at tho exposition was
a big day, even though it did rain,
and crowds were to be seen all over
the grounds. The exercises at the
Nebraska building were also well at
tended. Tbo building is in every way
a credit to tho stato, and it's interior
furnishings and decorations aro beauti
ful, beyond comparison with tho Ne
braska building at the world's fair.
Lewis Walker writes from Oklahoma
to 1 'laltsmout ti friends that they aro
now in tho midst of their wheat and
oats harvest and their wheat is making
.'0 bushels to tho aero, tho biggest
crop ever raised in tho territory.
Wood Epperson of Omaha was iu
town today. He was the original own
er of the mules which Phil Harrison
drives, anil sold them to Mr. Way
bright eighteen years ago, and ho says
they were eighteen years old at that
Some one has been trying to gain
an entrance to Fred Archer's resi
dence two nights in succession. lie
came up town this morning and got a
gun, and will do a little hiJo perforat
ing on tho next tramp that comes his
District court is grinding away, and
prombos to last most of next week.
Judge Hamsoy is cleaning up tho
docket, however, with his old time
rapidity, saving tho county saveral
thousar d dollars in tho courso of a
year iu court expenses.
Two ScouiulreU at l.iirt'c.
The toughest lot of tramps and
dead beats that ever alllicted the city
have been dropping in hero of late,
and it may bo that hemp and a tele
graph pole will have to be resorted to
before they cm bo taught a lesson.
On Saturday evening a tramp called
at Mrs. Jack Britten's and asked for a
pair of sox, tho lady got him a pair
then ho wanted her to cut tho fringed
edges which adorned tho bottoms of
his trousers, this sho refused to do.
Ho then very impertinently enquired
if sho was married and about the chil
dren, and insisted on entering the
house to see the baby, but the lady
was lirm and he had to go his way. A
shotgun would teach him a valuable
lesson if properly handled. On Sun
day evening another tramp met the
littio daughter of Wm. Short, grand
daughter of Jurlgo Short, who is but
twelve years of age, on tho road not
far from tho house. He picked tho
girl up in his arms and started to run
away with her, but she screamed so
lustily that ho hai to put her down,
when he ran and has not since bjen
found, though the police made
diligent search for him.
Tho republican convention for the
First congressional district will be
held in Lincoln, Wednesday, August
3, at S p. m. This was the decision of
the district committee which met last
night at the Landed hotel. There
were present Chairman II. M. Bush
nell, Lincoln; John A. Davies, Platts
mouth; S. W. McGrcw, Auburn; G. W.
Marshall, Falls City; A. E. Hassler,
Pawnee City; P. A. Brund ige. Tecum
seh; Web Elton, Lincoln. The only
member absent was Frank E. Ilelvey
of Nebraska Citv.
Smashed a Uurkj- Whorl.
O. P. Monroe's horse and buggy
were standing quietly in front of tho
department store Saturday night,
when young Sam Henderson, driving
Ed JjUI.'s ho: so and buggy, came
along slowly, and as he was passing
Monroe's buggy the horso suddenly
backed up and tho rear wheel was
quickly smashed by the collisionAvhich
ensued. No ono was hurt, but the
wheel will have to be replaced with a
I desire to attest to the merits of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as one
of tho most valuable and efficient
preparations on the market. It broke
an exceedingly dangerous cough for
me in 21 hours, and in gratitude there
for. Ides re to inform you that I will
never be without it and you should feel
proud of the high esteem in which
your Remedies are held Uy people in
general. It is the one remedy among
ten thousand. Success to it. O. R.
Downey, Editor Democrat, Albion,
Ind. For sale by all druggists.
The Fourth at I'lattxmouth .
Plattsmouth has not held a Fourth
cf July celebration for several years,
and quite a number of citizens insist
that this is a good je;:r for an old
fashioned celebration. A meedng
has been called of the citizens at the
council chamber Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock, June 15, to take action in
the matter and appoint tho necessary
liound Over to Court.
John S'ettler who w is arrested . nd
jailed on tho chuge of attempted as
sail. t on a little srirl, had his prelim -nary
ho. a ine before Judge A eher
this morning. Sam Chapmm ap
peared as his at'.o.-ney in police court.
Only a fe at witness ;s were examined,
when tie was bound over to the district
court, which meets in September, in
the sum of 1,0(0. Not being able to
give bond ho will rest in jail.
His chance for a term in the peni
tentiary stems unmistakably good.
First Huttle In Cuba,
The 800 marines landed Saturday at
Guantanamo, were attacked by seyer
hundred Spanish regulars, in guerilla
fashion Saturday night and Sunday.
They wore repulsed with great loss;
but four of our soldiers were killed
two of them st rgeai.ts. Tho Marble
head pushed further up the bay;
turned its search light upon the Span
iards, and mowed them down with its
machine guns. Two of the Americans
killed were horribly mutilated with
machetes in the manner much like
indians would have dor e.
Have You Kidney Trouble?
A ."0c trial bottle of Foley's Kidney
Cure will prevent serious results from
this usually fatal disease. Smith &,
Parmele nd F. G. Fricke & Co.
For sale cheap. A four-burner gas
oline stove. Enquire at Hotel Plattsmouth.
Ma-y Ann Craig was born March 1,
18o0. Was married to James It. Bar
ker Somptomber 20, 18S1. Died Juno
2, 1808, Ago IV.) yoars li months and 2S
days. Sistor Barker was converted
and joined ttio M. E. church at Eight
Milo GrovelS years ago and transfered
to tlio Plattsmouth church three years
ago. Sister Barker was a groat suf
ferer, yet sho did not lose her faith in
God. Sho looked forward with a hope
of suffering, and at rest with God.
Sho loaves a husband and live child
ren, four sisters and ono brother to
mourn her loss.
Tho funeral was held at the M. E.
church, tho order of Rebekas, of which
sho was a member, having charge.
Tho following poom was written by an
absent sister during tho hour of her
A tribute of lovo from an absent
sister. Sacred to the memory of our
W ife, mother, sister, all in one,
l-'or you the earthly task is done;
Death's sitklo keen has cut you down.
The soul released now wears the crown.
(), loving wife, so tired and true,
My bleeding heart still yearns for you.
May your blest influence linger still.
To guide my life as by your will.
Nay linger not but always stay.
To help and cheer me day by day,
As to our children left to me;
Father and mother both I'll be.
O, patient mother, nothing less
Cuu Soothe our griefs than your caress,
I'oor orphan children now we mourn.
Our very life seems from us torn.
Christ, may thy spirit come anil bless.
And comfort now the motherless;
God grant, that by our life we prove
Ourselves pure tribute of her love;
And that at last in that great day.
With mother we may be ahvay.
O darling sister as I. w rite
It seems my heart must break outright.
To know that as you're laid to lest.
That I apart from all the rest.
Though loving you so warm and true.
Must spent this hour apart from you.
As husband, children, sisters brother.
Your loss shall bind us to each other.
In golden chains with links of love.
Till we too dwell with God above.
As we in grief and sorrow grope, ,
We're truly blest by this glad hope.
That as we bear the chastening rod,
Your spirit dwells in peace with God.
Joseph Leiter h;s surrendered to
his creditors 10,000,000 bushels of
wheat. His grain deal, beginning
April 2, 1897, has collapsed. His es
timated loss is $5,000,000. On wheat
owned Mai' 31, Mr. Leiter might have
realized a profit of $4,500,000. Since
then the mirkot has declined, and fi
nancial support which ho had hitherto
received being withdrawn, ho re
tired on the best terms possible. His
creditors are financial institutions in
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, I)u
luth and New York City.
These concerns lent money on his
wheat at eighty cents or less a bushel.
They are amply protected. The
Illinois Trust and Savings Bank prob
ably will be selected trustee for the
Leiter grain and place ono or two
broker representatives in the market.
Accurate figures as to Mr. Leiter's
holdings when be decided to liquidate
are difficult to secure. The best esti
mates indicate that he has 12,000,000
bushels of wheat in Duluth and
Minneapolis, 2,000,000 bushels en
route to Europe, and 2,000,000 bushels
now en route to New York. Mr.
Leiter will not make an assignment,
and court proceedings for the settle
ment of his grain account will not bo
The Human Fish.
Capt. Robert Beasley of the P. M.
S. S. company arrived here yesterday
having in charge the remarkable am
phibian that created such wonder on
the Pacific coast and so fully described
in the press dispatches recently. The
creature, which was captured alivo in
the Gulf of California shows a strange
combination of species in its formation;
the upper of its body is strikingly
human in form. Its arms, back and
shoulders are covered with scales.
The features are human, also tho head
in form, but the eyes are those of a
fish. In short it comes nearer the
popu ar idea of tho mermaid of ro
manco than anything heretofore cap
tured, and will aoubtless prove a er-eat
feature at the Omaha exposition,
whence it is bound. Captain Beasiey
has been persuaded by local friends to
exhibit his strange charge here for a
couple of days and is now exhibiting it
at 1224 O street. State Journal
How It Was Done.
Henry Rothman relates his Omaha
ox per ence to a Nevv; reporter i;s fol
lows: He. says he and Campbs I wore
on Notth Sixteenth street, looking for
a p' ce to s'.eep, when they we e ac
costed by thiee men, who asked them
whit 'Key were lokinsr for. They t -plied
th t they weie looking for a
placj tj sleep and tue men said lb y
knew of a good place and to c uie
along. They went threnor four block3,
when ihey camo to a railroad track
and oue of the men told them to sit
down, wh.ch they did. Then they de
minded their money. Camube.l gave
up but Rothman started to ru'i when
he was c.iught and he.it about the
head with a coupling pin until he was
The Turners I5a.ll.
The Turners will give a dance at
their hall in this cit" Saturday ever
n. GjjJ maiij wi.i be p: oviud uliJ
a good time is assure 1 al. who attend.
When You Take Your Vacation
The most necessary article to have
with you (after your pocket book) is a
bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an
absolute prevention or cure of ail de
rangements of the bowels caused by a
change of water. You aro likely to
George Y. Lrng, wife and son
Charles are in the city the guests of
their nephew, Frank T. Davis and
family. Their home is in Idaho.
Cyclone In I'olk County.
Silvkk Ckkkk, Nob., Juno II.
Yesterda3 at 5:30 p m. a genuine
cyclone visited Platto precinct, Polk
county, about throe miles southwest
of this place. It moved in asouth-
wo-torly direction not far from tho
river. Alter the funnel formed it
lasted right minutes befo-o itbioke.
It did not move very rapidly and
covered only two or three miles. It
leveled cot ton wood groves like weeds
and tore up apple trees, but fortu
nately struck tho buildings of only one
farmer, those of BeMijamin Finery.
His barn, containing some J500 bushels
of grain, was wrecked, ono hori-o
killed and several others crippled.
Tho porch was taken oil" his house.
Will Miller, John Wisley and Mont
Mustard, three young men who woro
cultivating corn across tho road from
Finery's and who .had put their horses
in Filler's barn on the approach of
the storm, were lifted bodily from the
ground, thrown over a fence and into
a mudhole, but were not seriously in
As an bo.iest remedy, Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold out false hopes
in advance stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst cas'js, and in tho early
stages to e fleet a cure. Smith &
I'armelo anil F. G. Fricke & Co.
In the County Court of Cass county, Nebraska,
In the matter ot the estate ot Addison 1'. Weston,
William O. Weston, Fiances Kixby, children
of Joseph W eston, deceased, Frank A. Weston
and Aithur Weston, children ol Jane Hall, de
ceased, Mis. Ida Frost and Jennie 11. ill, Fletcher
Weston, Abbie Spragu , arah Hemingway, i-y-dia
Ann Kelsey, l.mma Kuggies.Marv Ouck. 1'agc
Weston, Wallace Weston. llinnia Uavis Marion
Hall, Jos" ph llaldwiu, Fdgei tou Baldwin, child
ren ol Mary Sheldon, deceased, Irwin 1.. Shel
don ami M rs. A bbie Shekels nee Sheldon, M rs.
Cora McKiniiey nee Sheldon, Abbie Bailev,
Thomas Baldwin, Albert A.Johnson, Albert J.
Bixby, Ad iie (.Ol vis) Spaulding, children of Fei
i is Barton, deceased. W llliam Fraud Hattie May
Barton, Cynthia A. Orvis, Amelia B, llalileman
nee Weston, and all other persons interested in
the estate ot Addison 1'. Weston, deceased:
You are hereby nolilied, that pursuant to an
order of County Court ol Cass county, duly en
tered upon the lith day of May. A. I). ls'J.S, in
the above entitled cause, on the tithdayul June.
A. L). IS'.is, at o'clock, p. M ., iu the County
Couitof Cass county, Nebraska, the accounts
ot the executor, Levi C. Pollard, hle.l in said
cause on the i"th day ol May, A. I). Kith
day ol iJccember. A. 1 1M:. 1st day of June, A.
1). Is'.Hi, 1st day ol July, A. J J. 1S:)7, and the lith
day of May, A. I). IS'J.S, including charges made
lor extraordinary service not required ol an exec
utor or adminis' rator in the common course ol
his duty, and including his Accounts of pament
of legacies to legatees, will be examined and ad
justed and final judgment entered therein.
Ot all ol which vou and each ot vou will take
CiKOKGK 31. SrUKLOCK
County J udgc.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by George
F", Houseworth, cleric ol the district com t. within
aud-tor l ass county, .Nebraska, and to me di
rected, 1 will on the lsth day of June, A. I.
ls'JS, at o'clock p. m. of said day at tlie south
door of the court house in the city ol I'latt-mouth,
in said county, sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder for cash, the following real estate to-w it:
Lots eight IS), nine Ml), ten (tin and eleven ill), m
block one hundred a:id lilty-one (Kdi, m the city
of Plattsmouth, Cass county, Nebraska, together
with the privileges and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in anywise appertaining. The same
being levied upon and taken as the propeity ol
Margaret A. lJovey, et a!., defendants, to satisly
a judgment of said court recovered by FJizabeih
Sporer-McCullough, et al. , plaintiffs and co-defendants
against said defendants.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska. May 17, A. I). 1S!S.
W . 1). W HHI I.hR,
Sheriff. Cass County. N'ebiaska.
By I. IX McBride. Deputy.
C. S. Polk, atty. for plaintilts.
In county court, Cass county, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Albei t YanCleave,
deceased. Louisa H. VanCleave, I-ulu May
llurlbut, Sarah Irena Wolf. Cora Hell Wolf,
Mahlon O. YanCleave, Nettie YanCleave, and
all other persons interested in said matter, are
hereby nolilied that on the '2nd day of une, isiis.
1-ouisa II. YanCleave tiled a petition in said
Court, alleging among other things that Albert
YanCleave died on the 17th day of May, lSl'-
leaving no last will and testament and possessed
of real and personal estate, and that the above
named constitute all the persons interested in
the estate ot said deceased, and praying for ad
ministration thereof. oi. are lu;ieby notified
that if you fail to appear at said Court on the
-Tth day of June, ltus. at ID o'clock a. in., and
contest said petition, the Court will appoint
Louisa H. YanCleave, or some other suitable
person, administratrix, and proceed to a settle
ment of said estate.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Court at
JiiJUUtt Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this Cth day
JtKAi.4J of June, 1SUS.
jJiitjJttJ George M. Spcrlock,
- County Judge.
Administrator's Sale of Land.
In the District Court of Cass County. Nebraska.
''"flvrvw'i Administrator's sale of
estate ot Jas. Grove,
deceased. ) i'"ld-
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance to an
order of sale made by Basil S. Ramsey, Judge of
the District Court of Cass county, Nebraska, on
the 7th day of May, A. I). IW, for the sale of the
real estate hereinafter described, there will be
sold for cash at the south door of the court house
in Plattsmouth, Cass county, Nebraska, on the
li'.Uh day ot June, A. I). lV.'H, at 1:30 o'clock p. in.,
the following described real estate, to-wit: The
west half (w 'i) of the southeast quarter (s e f.i)
section two ('-'.), township ten (10), north of range
nine CD, in Cass county, Nebraska, for cash, sub
ject to all Hens and encumbrances existing at the
death of James Grove, deceased. Said sale will
remain open one hour.
Arthur L. Minokr.
Byron Clark and ) a ttornev.
C. A. Kawls. 5 Attorneys.
Notice to Creditors.
STAcSKA1-- In County Court
In the matter of the Fstate of Baithaser Siebold
dec ased. Notice is hereby given that the credi
tors ol said deceased will meet the executrix of
said estate, before me. ouuty Judge ol 'as
County. Nebraska, at the County Court room in
PlaUsmouth in said county, on t he -th. d i of
December. A. D. lsKs, at 11 o'clock a. m. for the
purposs of presenting their cU ms for examina
tion, adjustment and allowance. :x months are
allowed for the creditors of said deces--d to pre
sent their claims and One year for the l.xecutrix
to settle said estate, fioin the -.'ah day of May
Witness my hand and seal ot said County court,
at Plattsmouth, Nebra?ka, tnis, 4th day of June
A. D. l93.
George M. Si'I RI.ock,
(Seal) County Judge.
Order to Show Cause.
In the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate I
of Samuel A. Holbrook, Order to show cause.
This cause came on for hearing upon the Cth
day of June, l;is, upon the petition of William
L. Lowell, executor under the last will and testa
ment of Samuel A. Holbrook, deceased, for
license to seil the north half of section twenty
three, and the east half of the northeast quarter
and the southwest quarter of the northeast quar
ter of section twenty-two. ail in town hip twelve,
lange ten, east of the sixth principal meridian,
in Cass county, Nebraska, lor the purpose of
paying debts of said estate and the costs of ad
ministration, there not being sufficient personal
property belonging to said e: ta e to pay the said
debts and expenses.
It is therefore ordered that all persons inter
ested in said estate appear before me at the cltice
of the clerk of the district court in Plattsmouth
Cass county, Nebr.iska on the 3nth day of July.
A- D. IS'S at 10 o'clock A. M. to show cause why
a license sh uld not be granted to said executor
to sell said real estate above described lor the
purpose hereinbefore set lorth. and that this
older shall be published four successive weeks in
the Semi-Weekly News-Herald.
Dated this tith day of June A D. lSS.
Judge of the District court.
Basil S. Ramsey. Judge.
R. B. Windham, Attorney.
Notice of Application.
Union. Cass County, Nebraska.
June 6, lM'H. t
I do hereby make application to the Board of
Trustees ot the village of L'nion. Cass county.
Nebraska, to sell matt, spirituous and vinous
liquors for the niunicipa.-year'n fintr AFi! 'M
b'jy. John Kennedy.
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largest in Cr
THE BIG FUT
Opposite Court Hoi
Not low priced, but highest gr.i';.j
our reputation. We say ther e arc
say so too after you have used tl.j;
F. C. FRICKE
Permanently cured by usin? Dii. Will': 1-'. I j
surest and the best. Sold by tin; r.'' i :. ;
fer box. Sample sottf free nn 7i:-. y.-cy, ,: t
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