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A SOLDIER DYNAi TKD.
Member of Company H (icts a
Toiu-li l hYal Shooting.
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VII' (III t' I S, Will I ' lillll' il (Million
f ;i . I." " f in f' "Mt of I In; court housi;
I:it I'V'i'lll' J.', II' I I nil lO till- l;t!l L'U"OllH
lllis ' tri lo-'fC iirnl "t .' X (' oil I'll ill Ilin
li'iti'i, Iml To t ii n .il.i' i y .ill) i-l 1 1 h t (I .. lii
:!(. One linger w i torn j -1 1 to tin;
li'ine, Iml lin; nilier w;-o n t injured.
H- li nl ill" wonii'l ili'issed am) the
linger will bo .'til lihl in it few u:ih
Aniillirr Itout Willi KvmiK.
I'lvst ii s did not loitvi: town yesterday
mi .romil us whs I'xpoctod from tin;
rxpi'iM i e ; ho had h.ul. He came
back ost n-il.ly to get his clothes, and
went to tli'- j.olico judfjts and wmted
to lilo a complaint ai.d li.tvo the on tire
company an esled for assault. This
made some of tin; hoys hot, and thoy
would hitvc riven tho follow a. rouyrh
louso had ho not given up tho plan of
filing a complaint. Ho was escorted
to tho M. 1. depot, and a detail of six
volunteers went out to boo him safely
elT. He will eortainly not trouble
A Serious Itunawnjr,
Harry Joh iimhi, with hia wife and
two lilt. e girl-, were returning from
tho country last night about ten
o'clock, and when they reached town
the horse they were driving became
unmanageable from fright, and ran
away, upturning tho bujgy and throw
ing tho occupants all out. One of the
little girls was thrown against a barb
wire fence and received somo horrible
gashes on tho abdomen that almost
disombowied her. Tho mother was
bruifod about the head and shoulders
and remain d unconscious all night.
Mr. Johnson received an ugly scalp
wound. The other little gii 1 escaped
unhurt. The buggy was riddled, but
wo did not loarn if the horse was in
jured. Dr. SchildkneclH was called
iiud made the injured ones as comfort-
flblt- as possible.
A lurr;iy Wt-tltHiig.
Miss Addie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David xMtman, one of tho most
popular young ladies of Murray, was
married at eight o'clock last evening
tit the family ro.-idence, to Mr. (ilon
i'eii.v, Kev. Oldham olliciating. The
groom i.s one of Cass county's best
young men, he is a son of Peter l'erry
of Lincoln, formerly of Eight Milo
(Jrove, and fully deserves tho charm
ing lady ho has chosen. Many ele
gant presents were received, and a
lovely supper was s-erved to which the
t,ixt.v guests did full justice. Mr. and
Mrs. l'erry will live on his father's
farm, for the present, noar Eight
Milo Grove. The News extends
hearty congratulations and best
A lil'mnm .
The county commissioners were out
today looking over city property.
They are ail ting as a board of equal
ization, and lind a number of com
plaints and discrepancies in the assess
ment. They claim the city has been
assessed $50,000 lower this year than
last, and as the county needs about so
much revenue they are in a quandry
how to raie it unless it be to raise
the city assessment. Some of the city
taxpayers feel that to raise the neces
sary revenue farm assessments should
ibo raised, which increases the dilemma
ti the board.
A I5rulel Foot.
At near the hour of going to press
word was telephoned to tho city from
the shops that Albert Reinhackle hud
sustained severe injury of the foot.
Albert is an employe of the car repair
shops and the injury occurred by some
heavy instrument fal : ing upon the foot.
From the fact that it occurred at such
iv late hojr we could obtain no further
A Bin Fire.
The splendid brick block close to
the 15. & M. depot in Lincoln was en
tirely consumed by fire last night.
The loss was very heavy.
The ancient Greeks believed that
the Penates were the gods who at
tended to the welfare and prosperity
of the family. They were worship
ped as household gods. The house
hold god of today is Dr. King's
New Discovery. For consumption,
coughs, colds and for all affections of
throat, chest and lungs, it is invalu
able. It has been ti ied for a quarter
of a century and is guaranteed to cure
or money returned. No household
should be without this good angel. It
is pleasant :o take and a safe and sure
remedy for old and you - g Free trial
bottles at F. G. Fricko & o's. Regu
lar S'.e 50e and $1.
Wheat ciosd higher at US July
corn 32? . '
It is, or should be, the highest aim
of every merchant to please his cus
tomer-; and that the wide-awake drug
firm of Meyers & Eshleman, Sterling,
III., is doing so, is proven by the fol
lowing, from Mr. Eshletnan: "It my
.sixteen years, experience in the drug
business I have never seen or sold or
tried a medicine that gave as good sat
isfaction as Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy."
Sold by all druggist
Old papers for sale at this office.
CITY AND COUNTY.
J lm Edmund of Murray is in town
tod a v
O. Ilurgem of Weeping Water was
i n tin- cm t v tod ty.
M A. Ii. Todd i home from her
viiit to the Muck Hills.
The gun club had a p -a' tien phnot
thi- aflernoiin near the depot.
Slier IT W.'ieder wont to Ea.'le by
way i f Lincoln thi allemo ti on bus-
Cipl. (Jen. Sheldon went to Omaha
this afternoon on b isine-s connected
with com p iny 15.
Sanford Lewis and H.ixter Smith
went to Omaha this afternoon to at
tend the exposition.
Arrangements are b- i ;g made for a
Frances Willard lawn social at Sunny
Side, Friday eve:)iii'r, July 1.
I)'-. Joseph Morrow, of (Jerm intown
is in the city today visitintr his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Win. Morrows.
Andy KaulTman, the tailor, has
rented and will occupy tho rear room
in ihe She -wood block on Fifth street.
Marie is tho Spanish for Mary. Girls
who have been changing their names
had hotter change them back to tho
orignal right away.
Peter Hanrahan will vacate his
present quarters, anc? move back to
the Perkins House corner, with his
fruit and cigar store.
John Crabill can't only make a
watch, but he can in iko a gasoline
engine wV-ever one is require!, ho
being a thorough mechanic
George Vv '. Fairfield ai d wife re
turned to their home at Al'.iancj this
morning, after a visit hero that im
proved thrm ia heaith and spirits very
The town board uf Union yesterday
granted a)ic n o to John Kennedy to
run a saloon f ,: the n.xt y,ar. Phil
Thierolf went down t day and assisted
in the grand openit g.
Masters E Hvfa and Frederick O'rites
of Chadron. Neb., are in the city, tho
guests of their cousin, Mastor Willie
1. Ramsey. The young gentlemen
are accompanied by their mother,
Mrs. Judge Crites.
Yesterday Kansas had her innings
at the exposition, and her state build
ing was turned over to the author
ities. Today Iowa dedicates her state
building, and the Ilawkeyo people
will be numerously represented.
Tho county commissioners, now sit
ting as a board of equalization, expect
to finish up their work tomorrow.
The changes in assessments have been
about the same as usual. The board
went over town today and personally
inspected the property which the
owners claimed was assessed too high.
Plattsmouth is to havo a new res
taurant first class and up to date.
Geo. W. LaFollett of Ashland has
rented tho LohnholT building, both
the upper and lower floors, now occu
pied by Peter Hanrahan, and expects
to open his restaurant next week. lie
comes highly recommended as a good
business man and the Nice's welcomes
him to our city.
One of the most useful articles that
could be given a volunteer is a piece
of oil cloth about four inches wide and
ten or twelve inches in length, in
which pockets are sewed and buttons,
needles, pins and skeins of thread are
deposited. Those who have been
making presents for the boys could
easily give them something Uu.t
would be useful for them.
Mr. Sheeley, the bridge contractor,
came in from Lincoln this morning.
He says just as the train was leaving
Lincoln, a team, which was thorough
ly frightened, came tearing toward
the train crossing on the road, but tho
train got there first and the team and
wagon ran into a passenger coach
with such force as to break a hole in
the car and kill one of the horses.
The wagon was wrecked and the other
horse seemed to be injured.
A White Mark.
Foley's Kidney Cure is a per
fectly reliable prepira tion
for all Kidney and Bladder
diseases. The pro prietorstf this
great medicine guarantees it
or the money re funded. Do
they not they de serve a white
Descriptive of Yellow.-ton Nation tl
Park and the summer resorts of Colo
rado and containing, besides maps and
illustrations, a great deal if info ma
lion of interest to sight-seers and
tourists, can be had by addressing J.
Francis, General Passenger Agent,
Burlington Route, Omaha, Neb.
Sick headache, biliousness, consti
pation and all liver and stomach troub
les can bo quickly cured by using those
famous little pills known as DeWitt's
Little Early Risers. They are pleas
ant to take and never gripe. F. G.
Hard and Soft Coal
John Wate man is le agent for
tho famous Mendoi. soit coal. Also
carries the ce t trr-des of nurd coal,
wood, lumber. ' :! s. shingles, lime,
rjemrmt. tc. If you r re going to
buiid, it will pay you to see Water
nan. Office at the rear of Water
man block on Fifth .-treet.
Yh-n You Take Your Vacation
The most necessary article to have
with you (after your pocket book) is a
bottle ot r oiey's uouc Lure, it is an
absolute prevention or cure of ail de
rangements of the bowels caused by a
chanere of water. You are likely to
SALESMAN WANTED. 15y large
Factory eupplying free outfit and pay
ing several $40 weekly. Brattice, 243
Pearl, New York.
DRAG CHANNEL FOR MINES.
Si vi n ( oiitact Mini' Dlnriivrri'il In Chan
nel LfixliiiK to ill iiiiTiia.
l'laya Del Hsto (.'able Station. Guun
tanimo Hay, Province of Santiago de
u a. Tuesday, June LM. The cib'e
at t hi- p ai t, on winch Colonel Allen,
with the cable "eat jsdria, had been
work i i fo' si'vi-ral days under great
it i llieui ii s Wis opened for operation
to lay. ( ' i ii in u ii i . t i i 1 1 with Wash
ington wan e;-t ihlishcd and hoverai
O li'-ial lie'-a L'es have, 1 ; tl received
from V a-ih i Mg t n.
Mat i"i'n in the harbor hive been
quiet for two days, but r-1 i rri nsr events
are ex peeled soon .
The launches of the crui-or Marble
head and the gunboat D lphin today,
by com man d if ( '0111 in mder McCulla,
tf Mgged tho channel le ding to tho
town i f Cnimcrmt ami turned seven
cont'd mines each containing Illi
pounds of Lrut.''otton. The mines were
exact. y simiiiar lo thou found some
days since by tho Texas and Marble
heau, and everyone had been hit by
one f on bo its on the occasion of the
bombardment. Commander MeCalla
Kiid the e cape of the American war
shins was little short of providential.
A Fitfht Not Far Away.
Pi;ovin( i: if Santiago Dk Ci ua,
Wednesday, June '2 (IJy the Asso
ciated press dispatch boat to Port An
tonio. June 12:'., 1 a. m.) Tho troops
under Major General Shafler this
morning began landing ten miles cast
of the entrance t' Santiago harbor.
Little resi-itence was offered. An im
mediate advance will be made and as
a- the military forces are in posses-ion
of the hil's back of Santiago a com
bined attack of tho fleet and army will
b i oritci d
It is expected that Vie fore Saturday
Santiago will fill and ihi strong lleet
under Admi-al Cover a will have, fallen
either ciptured or destroyed.
COM FAN Y It NO I KS.
It is predicted company B will de
velop into a crack company when once
it gets into active service.
Tho new drill regulations and guard
manuals have been received, and are
in the hands of .11 the officers.
Tho boys had a platoon cl i ill on a
now movement yesterday, the cor
porals having already received in
si ructioi s in it.
No orders have yet been received to
move to Omaha, but the boys are put
ting in their time drilling to good ad
vantage. Try Allen'M Foot-Kane.
A powder to bo shaken into the
shoes. At this season your feet feel
swollen, nervous and hot, and get
tired easily. If you have smarting
f. et or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot
Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and callous
spots. Relieves corns and bunions of
all pain and gives rest and comfort.
Try it today. Sold by all druggists
and shoe stores for 25c. Trial pack
age FR1CK. Address, A.len S. Olm
s lead, Le Hoy, N Y.
The l.ij; Niagara Uriiljie.
The new steel arch bridge being
erected at Niagara Falls, to replace
the last of the suspension bridges, will
be the largest of its kind in the world.
The main arch will be 8(5.S feet long,
the next largest being the 50(5 feet arch
of a bridge at Opoi to, Portugal. The
approach on the Canadian side is 210
feet long, and that on tho American
side I'M feet, making the tolai length
of the structure 1,2HS feet. The bridge
will connect the two great free parks,
Queen Victoria Falls P.irk on the
Canadian side and the New Yo k
State Reservation on the American
side. It will be a single structure,
haying a width of a little over 49 feet.
In the middle twenty-three feet of
this space will be given up to the pur
poses of a double t-ack electric rail
road. On e:the'" side of this will be
c.i riageways eight feet wide. Out
side of these drives will be foot, pass
ages slighil' elevated above the toad
vvays. The middle of the arch is 1,10
feet above the gorge. P, was impos
sible of course to bul'.d false wor:.s to
s-u-tain the main arch, and it was
built out from either end to the mid
dle, the old suspensiou b idge furnish
ir g iin anchorage and a platform from
which to operate. The work was ex
tremely perilous, and in order to give
the mechanics every p-otcction possi
ble a boat manned by an expert oars
man was kept under the bridge.
man stands no chance of being
sleeted to trie mayorshipof a city unless
he enj ys the confidence and esteem of
his neighbors. Geo. W. Humphrey is
the popular mayor of Swan ton, Ohio,
and under date of Jan. 17, lS'itj, he
wi iles as fol.ows: 'This is to ce tify
to our appreciation of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy My family : nd
neighbors h :ve tested it, and we
know ii is an excellent remedy for
coughs and coids. Geokoe XV.
UfMl'iiKKY," Sold by all druggists.
The 31iiouri Facilic.
IIs a round trip rate of a fire and a
third. to Omaha, good every day dur
iog the exposition execot when a low
Jer rate is made. All trains ttop at
' the exposition gate, giving exception
al facilities for the convenience of
patrons who save car f are and unpleas
jant transfers. Take the old reliable
M. P. train for Omaha and the expo
OUR DEBT TO BUMBLEBEES.
The I'wrt Thi-ne IStmy Worker l'lny In the
FiTti I Irut Ion of KloMern.
Harney Iloskin tftandish writes an
article ou "The Pumbh bee" for St.
Nicholas. Mr. Standish says : The work
of tho buinbh bee in bringing about the
crops fertili.aiion of flowers is as im
portant as that of the honeybee, and
these two Ftainl at the head of the list
of insects useful in this rospet t. Each,
has its flowers which it alone visits,
but there are many flowers on neutral
ground visited by lth. So wo may
say of the bumblebee, as of the honey
bee, the more bumblebees tho more
seeds; the more; seeds tho more llowers
especially wild flowers, as tho tall
belltlower, touch me not, Solomon's seal,
gentian, Dutchmen's breeches ami tur
tle head. But probably the most impor
tant work this insect does for agricul
ture is upon the Ileitis of red clover.
There is abundant proof that this plant
will not produce seed without the co
operation of tho bumblebee. It is im
possible for tho wind to bring about tho
fertilization of the seed, as it may tlo
in the case of Indian corn, grain and
6ome forest trees. The tube of red clo
ver blossoms, ttx, is so long that other
insects (including tho honeybee) lire
not regular visitants.
Here is proof that this plant must
have visits from the bumblebee. This
insect is not a native of Australia, and
red clover failed to produce seed there
until bumblebees were imported. As
60011 as they became numerous tho plant
could be depended upon for need.
Again, the blossoms of tho first crop of
the Medium Red clover of our own
country are just as perfect as those of
tho second crop, but there are too few
bumblebees in the field, so early in the
season, to produce fertilization, hence
little or no seed in this crop. If bumble
bees were sufficiently numerous, thero
is no reason, why much larger yields of
clover seed might not bo expected than
Hero is what a well informed farmer
says about it :
"It was formerly thought that the
world rested ou the shoulders of Atlas.
I can prove that its prosperity rests on
the bumblebee. The world cannot pros
per without tho farmers' product. The
farm will not bo productive without
clover. We cannot raise clover without
seed, and wo cannot havo clover seed
without tho bumblebeo, becauso it is
this insect that carries the pollen from
flower to flower, securing its develop
ment antl continuance. Let us learn to
know and to protect our friends."
"My wife couldn't go to the concert
last night becauso the baby threatened
to have croup. "
"That was too bad."
"Yes, and now she is hopping mad
becauso tho baby didn't have croup after
all." Chicago News.
English farmers, who know it .is
igaiust the law to use ferrets to drive
out rabbits, place in the burrow a rub
ber hose with a tin horn on tho end in
jortftl. Then they blow tho horn, and
junny cornea out in quick order.
Burlington Koute California Excursion
Cheap, quick, comfortable. Leave
Plattsmouth 3:43 p. m., every Thurs
day in clean, modern, not crowded
tourist sleepers. No transfers; cars
run right through to San Francisco
and Los Angeles over the Scenic
Route through Denver and Salt Lake
City. Cars are carpeted; upholstered
!n rattan; have spring seats and backs
vnd are provided with curtains, bed
ling, towels, soap, etc. Uniformed
jorters and experienced excursion
conductors accompany each excursion,
relieving passengers of all bother
about baggage, pointing out objects
of interest and in many other ways
helping to make the overland trip a
delightful experience. Second class
tickets are honored. Berths $-5.
For folder giving fnll information,
call at nearest Burlington Route
ticket office, or write to J. Francis
Gen. Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb,
All points west.
St. Louis and all
points East and
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS :
No 1. Denver express 11:18 prn
No i. Omaha to St. Louis 4:42 pin
.No 15. Chicago express 1:2:40 am
No2U. Local express, daily, St Joe,
Kansas, M Louis, all points
south ." 9:40 am
No 4. Local exD, dally, Burlington,
Chiea-O. all points e;ist.... 10:24 aiu
No 14. Local exp. tl ally except Sun
No. il) Omaha to Creslon, local 4:30 pm
day It .45 am
No 92. Local exp. daily except Sun
day. Pacific Junction 12:30 pm
No 30. Freight, daily except Sunday
Pacific Junction .". 2:50 pm
No 2 V'estibuled exp. daily. Bur
lington, Cliica.o and all
points east 5:30 pm
No 13 stub from Junction to Platts
No 1-'. Local exp, daily. St loe.Kau
8 as City. St Louis. Chicago
all points east and south.. 8SZr ym
No I'.'. Local exp. daily, Omaha. Lin
coin, lenver and interme
diate stations lu'A ;.m
No 'J7. C res ton to O.naha Local 1 :1 ' pm
No i. Local M. Lou stu ouulri lu:i) am
.o (..". Luuiii f rciu t, iln io . 7 ..5 .Hi
No 2.. Loc.l freight, daiiy, ex Sun
day. Cedar C'reeK, Louis-
vilie. Sout h Bend 7:oS am
No 7. Fust Hi ail, dally, Omaha and
Lincoln 2:22 pm
No 3. Vestibuled exp, daily, Den
ver and all poiDis In Colo
rado, Utah and California,
Grand Island, Black Hill-..
Montana and I'acifJu N. W 8 on
No 13. Local ex p, daily except Sun
day. Louisville. Ashland,
Wahoo, Schuyler 4:00 pm
No 11. Local exp, d ally except Sun
day, Omaha and Lin-oln.. i'
No IT. Lnciil eprfss. Sunflnv only.
o. 2 East Do u nil Frei i Ii t. connects
at Pacific Junct oTT" w.lli
o. lthe Denver Express.
wliii.li (joes not .o;i at
P.ailsmoulh U:l5 pn.
Slpppin l inlri -inH fcl i:fn? rhi'r rar;
(seats f reel on through trains. Tlcupts soli
and baita.'e checked to any point in tli.
United States or Canada.
For information, time tables, maps and
tickets call or write to
V. L. PICKETT. Aeent,
J. KUANCES. Gen. Pass. Ait..
.n. p. nut. cai;d.
TRAINS OOING NOKTH,
No. i 4:50 a. m
No. 9 11.51 a.m
No. 121, local freleht 4.04 p.m
TRAINS OOINO BOCTn.
No. 1 10:4.!!p. in
No. 122. local freiut a. in.
No. 10 4:01 p. m.
500 I or Good Uiirnliijc-
Tho Nebraska Farmer has Inaug
urated for its fubscribera a unlquo
guesning scheme on tho posclblo num
ber ot paid admissions to tho Trans
Misisipii exposition, now running nt
$100 will I mi paid for tho lirst nenrest
t'li) each -for next two nenrost
$10 t-Hch for next ten nearest
each for next fifty nearest guess-
$1 ("icii for n".t 100 nee rest guoss
ors. One guess m iy be tn.ido with each
yearly subscription piid In advance at
regular price, one dollar, so that
everyone guessing will get tho Ne
braska Fanner one year and have a
chance beidtjs to get from one dollar
to duo hundred dollars, and thero will
bo Kio pois.j.is who will yet the&o cash
For sample copies, terms to agents
and full particulars, address
Nlbkaska Faumek Co.,
loll Dodge St., Omaha, Neb.
The editor of the Hvans City, Fa.,
(llobe, writes: "One Minute Cough
Curo is rightly named. It cured my
children nflor all other renudiea
failed." It cures coughs, colds nnd
all throat :md lung troubles. F- G.
In county court, Cass county, Nebraska.
In the matter ol the estate of Albert VanCleave,
deceased. Louisa II. VanCleave, Lulu May
lluribut, Sarali li'ena Wolf, Cora bell Wolf.
Malilon (J. VanCleave, Nettie VanCleave, and
all other persons interested in said matter, are
hereby mr.iticd that on the "Jud day of uue, lull,
Louisa II. VanCleave tiled a petition in said
Court, alleging among other things that Albert
VanCleave died on the 17th day ol May, ISUS,
leaving no last will and testament ami possessed
ol real and personal estate, and that the above
named constitute all the persons interested In
the estate of said deceased, and praying for ad
ministration thereof. ou are lieieby notified
that if you fail to appear at said Court on the
-7th day of June, lx'.tS, at 10 o'clock a. in., and
contest said petition, the Court will appoint
Louisa H. VanCleave, 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
J?tttUtit Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this Cth day
;skai..J; of June, lsus.
IttUUftJ (jEOKUE M.Sl'CRLOCK,
A din in 1st rat or's .Sale of Lund.
In the District Court of Cass County. Nebraska.
oTjS SroVS (Administrator's sale of
deceased. ) la,la-
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance to an
order of sale made by liasil S. Ramsey, Judge of
tho District Court of Cass county, Nebraska, on
the 7th day of May. A. I). isUS. 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
20th day ol June, A. D. IsliM, at 1:30 o'clock p. m.,
the following described real estate, to-wit: The
west half (w Vi) of the southeast quarter (s e Ji)
section two y'Z), township ten (10), north of range
nine (0),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. Munher,
Hvkon Clark and ) Att
C. A. Kawls. J Attorneys.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nkhraska, ) ct. r n
Cass county, )ss- In County Court
In the matter of the Estate of Iialthaser Siebold
dect ased. Notice is hereby given that the credi
tors ot said deceased will meet the executrix of
said estate, before me, ounty Judge of Cass
County, Nebraska, at the County Court room in
Flatismouth in said county, on the ifith. day of
December, A. D. isys. at 11 o'clock a. m. for the
purposo of presenting their claims for examina
tion, adjustment and allowance. Six months are
allowed for the creditors of said deceased to pre
sent their claims and One year for the Executrix
to settle said estate, fiom the 5th day of May
Witness my hand and seal of said County court.
at riattsmouth, Nebraska, this, 4th day of June
A. U. 1595.
George M. Sfurlock,
(Seal) County Judge.
Order to Show Cause.
In the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate )
of Samuel A. Holbrook, Order to show cause.
This cause came on for hearinir unon the 6th
day of June, lS'.is, upon the petition of William
i.. Lowen, executor under tnelast will and testa
ment of Samuel A. Holbrook, deceased, for
license to sell the north half of section twenty
three, and the east halt of the northeast quarter
and the southwest quarter of the northeast quar
ter of section twenty-two, all in town:-hip twelve,
lange ten, east of the sixth principal meridian,
in Cass county, Nebraska, for the purpose of
paying debts of said estate and tiie costs of ad
ministration, there not being sufficient personal
property belonging to said estate to pay the said
debts and expenses.
It is therefore ordered that all persons inter
ested in said estate appear before me at the office
of the clerk of the district court in Plattsmouth
Cass county, Nebraska On the 30th day of July,
A. D. 1X1K at 10 o'clock A. M. to show cause why
a license should not be granted to said executor
to sell said real estate above described for the
purpose hereinbefore set forth, and that this
oider shall be published four successive weeks in
the Semi-WeeKly News-Herald.
Dated this 6th day of June A- D. 1898.
Judge of the District court.
Basil S. Ramsey, Judge.
R. B. Windham, Attorney.
Jotary Motion and
Contracts taken for the erection ot Residences.
Barns and any kind of carpenter work, in anv
part of the county. Call on or address....
HARVEY UOLLOWAY, Plattamoath. Neb
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If so, now is I ho in-. i1 . 'I tliii. I will make
(2KKAT KK I M '( .' I I N S in ijvvi'.vi hii.g In my lino for tint
next thirty tlas. If yn w.nit to buy a Watch, t ilhiv IihIIo,'
or gonts' ni.o. I -an wive vim f rum . l oo to 'In oo, jktoi-iI i tig I
price of watch. II :i e e v. i I h i u in iholino of .1 hU'KIJI Y,
and, owing to in ccsity, ill givo you an o( poi t u n i ly to get
an extra good birgnln now.
KiT Wnl ch nnd Jewt. lry rp:ii ing a i-perinl ty. I '.very
repair and all Jewelry fully wurriin led.
J no. 1
Second Door South nf Fontulli
That's what's the matter with Hannah
and all other good housewives, who
are compelled to roast over a hot
kitchen stove on these torrid days.
Buy Your Wife a Gasoline Stove,
And thus save her much suffering
and worry. It's cheaper than doctor
bills and much better than a worn
out companion. We give you the
Gasoline Stove and Oven at the very
Lowest prices, with the assurance
that you will be pleased with it. The
only stove in which provision is made
to prevent the escape of gasoline,
should the burner be accidentally
blown out or left open. Unquestion
ably the best gasoline stove made,
and the price is always the lowest.
Stock of Ftirnitttre..
Is as full and complete as ever, and
acknowledged everywhere lo be the
largest in Cass county. I can please
-.Variety, Quality ai.ci
THE BIG FURNITURE DEALER,
Opposite Court House, Plattsmouth, Neb
They banish pain
and prolong life.
No matter what the matter is, one will do you
good, and you can et ten for five cents.
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