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.11ING TO THE FRONT
ynard Becoming Prominent As a
Lively Grain Center.
w I nt tre at lug SkfUlifH Of t'lonrtr
llunlueiia Men Ami Knriuei-n of Tliitt
Locality Shipment of Live Htot-k
From Tlitit Point Aauiii)ii; I.rj;
I Four milou Houthweatof PlattBiuoulh
i the Missouri Pacific id the now and
! ! t,lI,1kittoua village named Mynard, and
j Jjt will bo prominently placed on future
iT ' n" ' ' "its lion, grain aim live
;tock point of any place of its popula
tion on the lino. Kit; hi voai a ml'o tlio
Missouri Pacific railway put in a
wltch and Auirust Hach of PIrUh-
'nouth built the first Htoro, succeeded
""ineuiaieiy by D. S. Draper, now of
Kunsa City, building anotimr. A
year thereafter Gieenleaf & Maker nf
Atehiaon, Ka., built the first elevator.
How owned by C. Hengeii. A coterie
ttages appeared, and tho anvil
Mtr nut. uuWK Mia ..l. . . i
n kuo tuui us in uitiuiry.
'rJL'iJard has now two elavntnr (wn
A Stores, t
two blacksmith shop-, railway
station. pott ofllce, a lirat-clasd lumber
yard, also an implement tiou.o and
''-ill yards and corn cribs. Several
dwelling will bo built this spring ami
a rhurch (United Urethern) is upoken
f, and tho next vote will cuuc a
lid the village, tho nenreHt b)imrmm
. , , n
and a half miles away.
Mis. Harriet Kisser and Nol-on Mur
ray will build cottages. John Kiser
li i-t just completed a implement house
and will build a residence. Olin Colo's
new houbo will be a handsome two-
a Jstoi ey square structure, and Addisoi
jJ'jKiecr is completing a lovely home
' I with bay windows and verandas, and
j iu auring 30x32, two stories and L
1 111x2. William Porter will place an
'i jfrddition i8x"0 to his cottaere, and A.
) l . L. Cox will add a dwelling part to his
'Store lGxoO feet. Ho ha erected sheds
land fences to his lumber yard, and
jl there is no end to his enterprise, and
j he paid $700 to tho railroad company
lor rreight lor tho last month. On
Four Mile Creek the iron bridge is be
ing completod as fast as weather will
Mynard shipped 555 carloads of grain
d"d 10) cars with live stock in '08. The
f i litiviens are a happy people and are
I'wko a band of brothers in good fellow-
"ishin. and thev unite in aavino" that a
harness maker, a
doctor and banker
would find Mynard
a good place eorn-
lUUI lilllj ill .LA DUV, 1 llUJ . i.TA j nai U 13 in
a i:oc farnunfr country, the half of
the population being from the Father-
bind with all the good traits of the
C Bongen has at different times
been over the west, but he alwas came
bnck to "Old Cass county." He owns
rm of 100 acres two miles from
i nl wf.ll pnl 1 1 vn tsfl unil witli
Ilf V"'""! '""" ......
V twenty acres of blue grass, rotund cat-
' i ' . . a .ii. ii.. i it:.. I.! .
ij ue anu roiiy pony purKers. ins uif
!.!.. . l l. : -
nouse uas eleven rooms, anu ma
orchard is a beauty,while the bubbling
spring flows on and never freezes. Mr.
lijngen'a elevator in the village has
canacitv for 10.000 bushels of srain.
!3 U&nd in '98 he shipped 29W carloads of
'k grain, and would have shipped more,
4 but could not gt cars enough. He
k"tlV also shippel over thirty carloads of
f j live stocK. lie was Doi n in uerra&ny,
and came to Peoria, 111., in 1SGG got
i i . . . , .
, Jirriod in :70 and in '73 came to C?s
. vniv. wne.-e ms ianu uun is, nuu
i ittsmouth was his past oflioe. He is
fC-fy ' 'pi'u'loiic citizen and popular pioreer.
- Mr. and Mrs. Bengen have a happy
family of four bounie lassies and two
et.ilwart boys, Jacob and Cornelius,
who keep up tho farm and have old
if' heads on young shoulders.
a T." C.ax wnt into the mercantile
businor-s a month ago, and has now
J,'200 worth of goods, and ho manipu-
. .utes tne telephone and is deputy post-
master. He is
also the lumber and
j .l merchant, and in his yards has a
vw 50x50 double decker shed all en
iosed, and will build a buggy shed
'xGO, and 1: is $1,500 worth of wagons
i hid buesies on the way. Mr. k.ox
A,vas born in De Witt, la., and came to
this vicinity in 18SG,and after farming
followed his trade as carpenter, and
1 built structures oi every uescnpuuu
' over the county and did the most of
the building of Mynard. It may in
terest cirpenters that he laid 750,000
hi n cries in the last eisrht years.
fvf On the 2d of January John M. Kiser
T-' nnp.GAd a treneral mercantile house
oh be bought, including lots.builu-
and a small stock, to which ne
bp.a added Greatly in
meDt, and will carry
needed for the farm, and will deal in
all manner tf produce. John M. Kiser
was born in Jones county, Iowa, and
came here in 1876. Tn 18S5 he went to
Kansas for bis bride, and they have
now half a dozen Cass county bright
youngsters, and they are grandmi's
pets. Gradmi Harriet Kiser is
seventy-two years of age and a liveiy
Vi pleasant lady. John M. Kisor has
if, taken to tn.de as a duck to water, ana
popular is bound to sue
Since the 20th of May, Us, W r
Gillispie has shipped 225 c:irs of grain
-and fifty ca s of live stock. He leases
the Adann elevator, 10,000 bushels
capicity, and is building now cribs,
will store 8,000 bushels, lie
born in West Virginia anu came
Nebraska eighteen years ago. Hie
tan icrnj 1 near Mvnurd. and
I il I Hi Ul vv ..w. - j
i it tho best men in manv
ThA nrn nftroua little town was
named in b -nor of D. Mynard Lewis,
tbe civil e.r.ineer who put the line
through, an 1 it is happy in having as
agent a t! orough railway man and
affable gentleman. Referenc3 i made
to W. A. S vearingen, who is operator,
railway ago;it, express agent and pot-
: C ,
mailer. Ho enmo hero throe years
ago, and his enemy would bo n dltll
cult to dlrtcover & tho proverbial
needle ir. the hay Htnck. Mr. Swcar
ingen was tearod in Canton, O , and
began railroading when fifteen years
of ago. For thirteen years he has re
aided in Cass county, and for four
yearn was deputy county clerk prev
ious to coming to Mynard. He opened
the Kim wood railway otlico in 1886 and
for six years kopt everything in
harmony. Tho gentleman was mar
ried in Klin wood, and hie nine-year-old
eon promises well and is (studying
in tho town of his nativity.
IL It Propst, who oame here in "0!,
and C. II Vallery, who wa born here
forty-one years ago, aro lively farmers
and each "navo a threshing machine,
corn aliellor and wood saw, and aro as
witty an thy are cheery. In fact,
Mynard is one of tho chenlost little
towns in (he state.
A BURGLARY DOWN AT MURRAY.
Store of JriiKlua A Hon fcuterrd By Suuie
MUKUAY, March 18. (Special to
THE News ) Tho general merchan
dise Mtoro of Jenkins & Son of this
placo was entered by robbers Bomo
time after midnight last night and
about two dozen pen knives, a few
French harps, some jewelry, threo or
four pairs of pantaloons and a few
pipes were stolon; also one pair of
The thieves aro biipposed to have
been members of a gang of boy tramps,
as such a gang was here nearly all
day yastorday, and all tho clothing
taken was about the right six. 3 to fit
the por tion of tho gang seen loitering
around town after midnight.
After committing the robbery they
took tho plunder to a box car and pro
ceeded to don their new clo'.hing and
build a lire of their old clothes. Some
of the p ints taken were too largo, it
is supposed, hence they left them in
the car, where they were found by the
section foreman, who had gone up to
put out the fire. The boys claimed to
hail from Kansas City, and wero three
in number, ranging from about thir
teen to eighteen years of age. They
are supposed to have headed towurd
Plaltsniouth and the officers of the
latter placo have been notified.
From Monday's Daily.
Sheriff Wheeler went to Omaha
Saturday in search of the robbers who
broke into Jenkins & Son's store at
Murray Friday night. Before leaving
Murray h telegraphed the Ooanha
police a description of the thieves and
when he arrived tho police had cap
tured them. He brought them to the
city Saturday evening and locked
them up and this morning they were
given a hearing before Justice
Archer. They gave their names as
Fred Schneiderwind, Charlie Carpen
ter and Charlie Ernmann. The for
mer two plead guilty to tho charge
and were bound over to the district
court on $500 bail. From the testi
mony of these two it was found that
E mmann was not implicated in the
robbery, but was asleep in the box car
which the other fellows entered for
the purpose of putting on their stolen
clothes. However, he went to Omaha
with them and had some of the knives
in his pockets when they were cap
tured supposed to have been given
him to keep him still. He was bound
over in the sum of $100 and will be
held as a witness.
Schneiderwind is an Omaha lad and
is well known by the police, who
have been on tho lookout for him for
several montts. Tho othert wo are
DISTRICT COURT 5COTE.
From Monday's Daily.
The jury in the caso of Ritchie vs.
Crosby returned a verdict about 9
o'clock Saturday night in favor of the
plaintiff in the sum of $185.05 This
case has twice been to the supreme
The case of VV. K. Fox. administra
tor, vs. the Missouri Pacific railroad
is on trial now and will probab'y con
tinue for three or four days. Matthew
Coring is reprgsengtin Fox and James
V. Orr, the company's attorney, is
looking after tho other side.
The jurors who are not on the Mis
souri Pacific case have been excused
Judge Stull of X tin ah a county came
up this morning and will hold court in
Judge Ramsey's p'.ace this week.
There are a number cf cases which
he could not act upon, because of his
being interested in thm, and he is
also about worn out, as a result of long
and steady work here and at Ne
Hashes Mot Insane.
From 5 aturday's Daily.
George Hughes, the man who was
acquitted of the charge of criminal as
sault, on the grounds of Insanity, at
the instigation of his brother, was
yesterday evening up before tho
board of insanity for the purpose that
he might be taken to the asylum. It
was the decision of the board, how
ever, that he was not insane Hughes
will make his home in this city.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo. I
Lucas County, t ' "
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of F. I. Cheney & Co..
doing business in the city of Toledo, county and
state aforesaid, and that said tirm will pay the
um of One Hundred Dollars for each and every
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tbe use
of Hall's Catarrh Cure. .
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
uresence this 6th day of December. A. D. 188tt.
v A. W Gleason.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Ca'i rv Cure is taken internally and
acts directly 3n the blood and surfaces ot the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Trledo. O.
ySold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
Card of Thank.
Wo desire to express cur heartfelt
thanks to the many kind friends who
came so quic ly to our aid when our
little b)y was taken from us so eui
dealy. R. A. Yol'ko and Family.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Mrs. j. II. Booth was in Omaha to
dy. Mrs. T. Li. Murphy and daughtor aio
visiting in Omaha.
Mis Louise White was a visitor In
Frank Jamison of Weeping Water
was io town today.
Will Ileum r returned to his work at
Lincoln this morning.
Clfirence Majfield of Louisville was
a business visitor in the city today.
II. N. Dovey, who has boon suffer
ing from the grip for several days, i
able to be out ngain.
A. II. Kawit.er of tho late depart
mett store was in town today trying to
settle the squabble over that intitu
tion, but did not succeed.
Mrs. F. Vogel returned to her home
at Stanton this morning, after a pleas
ant visit in the city with relatives,
Mrs. Henry Mat tons and family and
B. Wurl and family.
J. H. Becker of Eight, Mile Crove
precinct was in the.city tod ty and or
dered The News sent to his son Henry,
who was recently married, ho being
desirious of having tho young man
start out in life in proper style.
Walter Iieaver, residing in th Sec
ond ward, reported to Sheriff Wheeler
last evening a team of horson had
been stolen f i om his barn. Postal
Caids describing the team wore sent
out, but during the night tho horses
returned to tho barn. It is supposed
that the thief turned tt.em loose.
The time in county court this after
noon was taken up in hearing claims
against the John Johnson estate. An
drew Johnson, a s n, filed a claim of
13,000 for running tho farm and tak
ing care of his fathot, which is being
contested by the other heirs.
Mrs. Olive Watson of Wahoo, who
has been in the city visiting her daugh
ter. Miss Ida, for several days, re
turned home today. Her hueband was
here during tho first of the week. Mr.
Watson is one of tho wealthiet-t men
in Saunders county, being the owner
of much land and many fine horses.
Miss Tinsio Smith sp?nt Sunday
with Mies Anna Gorder at Weeping
Attorney S. M. Chapman has been
quite ill for several days, but is getting
George B. Pickett of the Greenwood
Record was in town today and made
The News a fraternal call.
Frank Davis is the flt.der of some
money. The owner can have same by
giving date and amount and paying
for this noti
DwCks are eetting quite plentiful on
the river. A number of local nimrods
returned with well-lilled hunting
Dr. II. R. Livingston is heme from
the east, where he has been for the
past several months. He loftheiein
the early part of last summer and
went to Ecudor, but has been in Jer
sey City and New York during the
THE NEWS was in error instating
that Miss Anderson, Mrs. Street's
milliner, was from R d O.k Her
home is in Des Moines, where sho has
had ample opportunity to acquaint
herself with the latest styles in mil
linery. S. P. Holloway, who recently re
turned from Kansa-?, says that farmers
were plowing down in the southern
part of the state and that the weather
was fine, but he does not think the
state, aa a place of lesidence, will
ccmoare with Nebraska.
G. P. Nickel, a prosperous f irraer
from near Elmwood, was in the city
today and made THE Neavs a friendly
oall. Mr. Nickel came to Plattsmouth
for tho purpose of attending the fun
eral of the late George Weidmann,they
being old acquaintances in IlTnoij.
Deputy Treasurer A. L. Monger
went to Omaha today and tomorrow
will join the big excursion party for
Port Arthur, Texas. Mr. Munger
assured his friends before starting that
he had no intention of making an in
vestment in the Lone Star state and
that none of the wily Texans could sell
him a gold brick. He is merely going
for a little recreation and to see the
RAILROAD NOTES AND PERSONALS
J. W. Bridge, who has change of
the Burlington lumber yards at Han
nibal, Mo., spant Sunday iu the city
with his family.
Two train loads of New York tegu
lars passed through the city over the
Burliagton yesterday morning, en
route to S in Francisco, from which
place they will sail for Manila. The
first one went through at (i and the
other at 11:30 They were fine traios.
Andrew Andra&ky, a workman in
Kroehler's gang at the Burlington
shops, sustained severe injury to one
of his feet by dropping a wheel on
that useful member. He will take an
enforced lay-off for several days.
Charles IIow of the supply depart
ment at St. Louis was a visitor in the
Shakespeare Out Today.
Ar. K'.ye, in Hungary, a theatrical
novelty was thus announced recently:
"Dependent on God's holy will, on Jan.
23. in the year 1890 after Christ's birth!
will be performed for the first time
Romeo and Juliet,' a sensational world
renowned tragedy in flvoacts. with
songs, dances and Bengal lights, by
William Shakespeare. The author ill
be present at th performance
THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES
I'lace In Nomination Mrnilirm cf III"
(oiliK il Htxl l:l- t I -l 1; i t -.
Fom Monday's Daily.
Tho republican city p' imai io were
held in tho various wards Saturday
evening. They wero not largely at
tended, but considerable in!erot wai
manifested. Delegates wore elected
to attend the convention which will
bo held in Waterman's hall tonight,
and olio man from each ward placed
In nomination for member of council.
j First ward Goorgo Longenhagen
j Second ward Frank Buttery.
Third ward Free Brown.
Fourth ward John Schulhof.
Fifth ward M. M. Beal.
It is understood that John Schulhof
refuses to make the race, and if this is
the cane someone will bo placed in
nomination at the convention this
Threo nominations tor members of
the school board will bo made at tho
The democratic convention was held
at White's hall SaVvfliiay evening for
tho purKse of nominating three mem
bers of tho school board. 11. I).
Travis and Charles Butler wore the
nominees for tho long term and Dr. C
A. Marshall for tho short term.
Notaiug of any pirtuular interest
manifested itself, except tho lack of
harmony in the Third ward.
The names of Robert Ballance, L. I!
Egenberger and D. B. Smith have
been mentioned as possible nominees
for the council in tho Fourth ward.
It is pretty cctain that Nowoll's
bill, providing for the election of city
attorney and city marshal by popular
vote, will pass todnj . In such event
nominations for these two ofllcjs will
be mado at the convention.
The democratic convention nomi
nated Dr. C A: Marshall for member
of school board. They claim he is a
free silver something or other, but he
refuses to bo identified with that "ele
ment" and will probably be nominated
for tho long term at tho republican
Woiimu'H Club Mct'liiif;.
From Saturday's Daily.
The Woman's club met at Mrs. S.
H. Atwood's Friday evenining, March
17. A good program had been pre
pared for the evening's entertain
ment. A committee was appointed on tho
industrial problem for womon ard
children. Mrs. S. A. Dtvis, Mrs.
Unruh and Mrs. Chapman were the
Mrs. Stoutenborough than took
charge of the meeting.
A selection on the piano by Mis
Hajek was very good.
A recitation by Goorgj Unruh, a
member of Mrs. Sloutonbotough his
tory class, was well received as it de-
A vocal selection by Miss Clark,
with Miss Cagney ns accompanist, was
thoroughly appreciated and enjoyed.
Quotations from Milton were called
for from members of the c.ub who
Mrs. Eigenbroadt had a well pre
pared paper ou Whitehall Palace, its
architecture and uses during its time
Miss White read of Whitehall
chapel, givinc a very thorough de
scription of its architecture and dif
Mrs Unruh had prepared a very
fine history on tbe iife of . Oliver
Cromwell. Her paper was very er -tortaining.
Miss Gass followed with a deserip
ion and biography of Chs'-les I which
was ve-y good. Miss Whito gave
one on Charles II which close 1 the
program of the club.
Mrs. Stoutenborough, in a neat littlo
speech, introduced Dr. Stratton.who
eutettiined all with a fine a lross
His-subject was "John Milton."
A number of gentlemen we-e
present and after the meeting a social
hour was spent. Refreshments were
served and all present parsed a very
Through Tourist Sleepers to the Northwest
The Burlington Route has estab
lished a twice-a-week tourist line
from Kansas City to Butte, Spokane,
Tacoma and Seattle.
Cars leave Kansas City, Lincoln and
Grand Island every Tuesday and
Thursday, arriving at Seattle follow
ing Friday and Sunday. They are
upholstered in rattan. The bed linen
and furnishings are clean and of good
quality, The heating, ventilating and
toilet arrangements are all that can
be desired and each car is in charge of
a uniformed Pullman porter, whose
sole duty is to attend to the wants of
Cars run through without change of
any kind and the berth rate from Lin
coln to Tacoma or Seattle is r.oly $..
To intermediate point-, it is propor
Montana acd the Puget Sound
country are now enjoying a period of
unexampled prosperity. As a conse
quence, travel to tho northwest is
rapidly attaining large proporti.jns.
This new tourist car line has been es
tablished with a view of caring for thrr
Butlington's share of it in the best
Berths, tickets and full information
can be had on application to acy Bur
lington Route ticket agent or address
ing J. Francis, G. P. A. Omaha, Neb.
New Test for Coal.
A French experimenter suggests that
the X-ray furnishes a read means to
detect stony impurities in coal Tarbs"n
is very transparent to the xtoentgen
rays, while silica is opaque to them.
Consequently the silicates, which form
slag when coal i3 burned, can be seen
like a skeleton when the shadow of
the coal is projected upon the fluores
tenth of h I uriiicr fn I'omity l.tdy
l'toiii VmIui1.i's li.uly
win:,' Item tin- l,iin'tn
r U) a fo. in''!- i i i i .'!! of
I ho toil
.1 oui'ii il r f
"Mr-i. ("iiroliii! A:liM, imuMmt of
Mrs. Charles A 1 ! i . i' f il 1 1 , of C. Ii
South Nineteenth sine', died .-nd-denly
at Hi o'clock- !:i-l night, of In-art
failu-e, brought on b l.i i'l ipn -. Mis.
Albeo was about seventy y-.-ar- !!
Funeral ;innoun" menis will ho made
Mrs. Aib'-c nkled at Loui.-viile
with her husViatnl, Prof. Alhcc, where
they wi rj engaged in the hotel lni.-i-ness.
They were pioneers iu tho
county and veil known in early d:yn
in this city.
FILM YOUR WANTS.
(Special notices under llii Ihm.1 will be ch.ei;-.l
for at tlie rate of ue kail ( 1 ; i lent pet i l
for each iiist-rtmu.)
Aii KM S U AN I KM.
A N TK I --Ti txiliant' a s:-cai nil mate
loi iresh milch cow . Valc V . in'lh;mi.
ANTKI -Acthc ati.l ti i.Mw.ttl.y inrs.tist.i
wurlc fm us locailv- Liberal saf.ny guaiau-
teed. (jood chance f i ad anccjiicnt. No taiu-
tal required- l'or lull inloi m.ttion, ad lies
Shepp Company, lo:il lif I'.'ieslimt stuet, Phil
l-'OK SAI.i: AM) KKNT
:()! :ALK JU l.nnily h.
J"'. T. Davis (Jo's stole.
FOR KKNT Live room buck house on 1 iist
street, W intersteen hill, one block lioiushop
yard. Inquire oi V. Y. Hull
F OK KKNT Th? rc-sid.-ni-e of )o-iph h ev
on North Sixth stiect. Impine ol K. II Wind
haul or address p istoince box :i."o.
Notice of KU-t-tion.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the
provisions of an ordinance passed by the city
council of the city of I'lattsinoiiih, on Maich:',
. 1). 1WJ, there will be a special election held in
said city of I'lattsuioutii. county of Cass and
state of Nebraska, on the It f i day of Aptil, A. H.
at the lollow.ni; votmir places in the sev
eral wards ot said city, namely :
Lirst ward l'cikins house, on Mai,i street, be
tween Second and third streets.
Second ward Tui tiers' hall, corner Washing
ton avenue and Oak stteet.
Third waril Jones' livery barn on Main street,
between Sixth and Seventh streets.
Fourth ward ettenk ainii's store room. Main
street between Third and l-ourth streets.
Fifth ward fiach s stole, on Lincoln avenue
The polls will be kept open from !i o'clock a.
ni, to 7 o'clock p. in of said day.
Said ele'.-tum shall be held lor votmsj upon the
following proposition, namely:
Shall tlie city of Plattsmouth, in the county of
Cass and state ol Nebraska, authoiie and em
power its mayor and council to plc-due the prop
erty and credit of the city by its negotiable bonds
in the sum ol one huudieu. and three thousand
dollars (I0:l,()o, payable to bearer twenty or
iess years alter date, with mteiest troni date at
not more than live per cent per annum, payable
senii-annuallv, to be known anil desi'-u.ited as
Refunding lJonds." which bonds shall P - in the
denomination of one thousand dollars ijd.'HM.)
each, and numbered loin 1 to in:!, inclusive, and
bear date of May 1st. A. I). ls;i;i. Said Ponds
shall have attached thereto coupon for the
amount for each semi-annual paynieiU of intei
terest to become due theieon, accoidinx to the
terms of the said bonds. And to levy a tax an
nually upon ail the taxable property of said city:
to pay the principal and interest thereof, when
due, according to the terms and provisions ot
said bonds, and the ordinance under which they
are issued, in addition to all other taxes levied
by said city, both principal and interest, to be
Eayable at the Fiscal Asjen-y of the state of Ne
raska, ill the city of New York and state ot New
V. ork. and the said bonds to Le redeemable ac
cording to their provisions and the ordinance
under which the same may be issued, and to be
sold lor not less than par. and the proceeds used
in the payment ol the following bonded indebt
edness of said city, or exchanged therefor,
Bonds m the sum ol htiy-three thousand dol
lars (iali.OttOj issued August 1st, 1H f, due in
twenty years, bearing interest at s-ix and one
half per cent per annum from date, known as
High School Keiunding li on )s.
Uotids in the sum ol ten thousan 1 dollars
($10.1100) issued October fst. A. I). ls7. due in
twenty years, bearing interest at six per cent per
annum from date, known as "Intersection Lav
Bonds in the sum ot lorty thou-and do. lars
($40,000) issued May 1st, A. I). Iv. due in
twenty years, with interest at six per cent per
annum, from date, used for the construction oi
storm water sewers, and known as "Storm
Water Sewer Bonds. ':
The question and proposition shall betaken
and voted upon in the following form: F.ach
ballot cast or voted at said election on this ques
tion and proposition shall have theron, iu one
line, the words "Refunding Bunds and I ax"
es. and also in another line the words "Re
funding bonds and Tax" "No," and each voter
voting upon said question and proposition and
in lavor thereof shall place at the right and op
posite to the words "Keluuding bonds and
lax les, a cross so as to make the sam-ap
pear upon said ballot s loliows: "Refunding
bonds and Tax Yes X." and each voter voting
upon said question and proposition and votimr
against the adoption of the s one and in the
negative shall at the right ot im j opposite to the
words ''Refunding bonds and Tax No." place a
cross so as to niak-; the same appear as follows:
Refunding Honda and fax No X." and
should two-thirds of all the ballots cast and
voted at said election, ou this question and pro
position, have thereon indicated in the manner
aforesaid the following, "Refunding bonds and
lax-les-X. then tlie said question and proposi
tion shall be deemed carried and adopted and
the mayor and council shall have the power and
authority to issue and sell said bonds and to
lew said tax as hereinbefore soecihed and iav
oft and redeem the bonds: but should two-thirds
of said ballots not have thereon the Words and
indication in manner aforesaid as follows: "Re
funding bonds and Tax Yes X." then said
question and proposition shall be deemed lost
and the mayor and council shall not have the
power to isue said bonds.
Dated this ad day of March, A. IL. l.-SU.
I". M . Rk hkv.
Mayor of the City of Liattsmoutti .
Attest: b. C. Kerr, Clerk ol the City ot I'latts
Hy virtue of an execution issued by Georce F.
Houseworth, clerk of district court, within and for
Cass county, Nebraska, and to me directed. 1
w ill on the 31st day of March. A . 1) ls'.iii, at eleven
o'clock a. ni. of said day. at the south door of
the courc 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-vv.t:
l he northwest quarter i nw1 1 ) of section seven
teen (17). township twelve (Ui, range nine (!':
all in Cass county, Nebraska: together with th;
privileges and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing or in anywise appertaining. The same being
levied upon and tnken as the property of A. L.
Van Doren, defendant, to satisfy a judgment of
said court recovered by Aultnian, Miller iS: Co.,
plaintifts, against said defendant
i'lattsmouth. .Nebraska, l-eb -.is, A 1). Is'.'!'.
Y. O. Wheeler.
Sheriff, Cass county, Nebraska,
By L O. McBkihe, Heputy.
C S- 1'olk, Attorney for Liaintitt.
By virtue of an execution issued bv ' 'eor'rp I".
Houseworth. clerk of district court within and for
Cass county Nebraska, and to me directed, I w iil
on the .ilst dav ol March, A . I). l'.':i. at eleven
o'clock a. m. of Paid 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 fjr cash, the following real e -tate to-wit:
The northwest quarter (n!il of section nine
teen (19 . township eleven (111. ranee nine i9c
and the west half (w1 2 1 of the northeast quarter
(ne'i) of section nineteen (lib. township eleven
(11). range nine (i'l, ail in Cass county, Neb
raska; together w.th the privileges and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or in anywise ap
pertaining. The same being levied upon and
taken as the property of C. Anderson, defendant,
to satisfy a judgment of said court recovered by
Aultnian. Miller S: Co., plaintiits. against said de
fendant. lattsmouth, NeDraska. Feb. A- D. 1'.'9.
V. 1). Wheelek.
Sheriff. Cass countv. Nebraska.
C. S. Polk, att'y f r Llaintilf.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska. )
f-ss. In County Court.
Oass County. )
In the matter of the estate ot Ge;rge F. Tcrry-
Notice is hereby 21 ven that the creditors of
said deceased n il! meet t he executor ol said es
tate, before me, county judge ul Cass county, Ne
braska, at the countv court room in I'iattMiwuth
in said county, on the Mil day of May, A. I
livi and on ihe SUh dav of Oct iber. 1 -.''.. at L'
o'clock p. ni.. eiich day tor tlie mnpose of n re
senting their claims lor examination, u'itu-tiin r.t
an-1 allowance, tvx months are all -.ve.l f ir the
creditors of said deceased to present their claims
from the 8th day of April. I
Witness my hand and the ."ea! of said county
court at Fiattomouth, Nebraska, this lltli day
(j EC ROE M. Splri.ock.
(Seal) County Judge.
Livery, Feed and
Fines.t Rigs in tho City. Horses EfJoarded
by the Day or Week.
Wc arc also dialers in all kimls ol
And FARM IMPLEMENTS.
We are here for the Business of
Ami will (,'it it, if Fair I c-nlitiir iii.il tl.uil (Id. iU will cut :ni li.-iit-M with
our Farmer Fi lends. When you nrn in town, ci tuc :t ri 1 sco ns -wo will
gladly rdiow you anytliin wo have: in flock.
M. E. Manspeaker & Son,
Pearl St., between 6th and 7th, Plattsmouth
. . . . Wc can do everything we advertise to
do in Kirst-class Stvle.. ..Twcnfv vrars
experience in first-class work ....
Prompt Attention ,M)
. . . .Contract work solicited ... Kstiniates
furnished on application Address at
Plattsmouth. Xeh.. or call up.. .
. . . . Plattsti'oiith Telephone 17f.
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or I'LTTsVOUTH. N'KIl.
PAID UP CAPITAL,
Otters tin: very bjst (at-lluics lot thr
piiiMijt t:a::sacti' iti i f
Legitimate Banking Business.
TUCK;-, bonds, cold, po veriiijit nt unci 1;j ul
securit ies nought and sold. Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed on the rorttt
cntcs. Drafts drawn, available In any
part of the U. S. an'l all ti e principle
towos of Europe. Collections made and
promptly remitted, nishebt market
price paid for county wiirrantn, state
ani! '-ourity bonds.
il. N. Duvcy, D. llav.kswoith, S. V:iuc:.
F. K. White. G. K. Uovey.
Ui-). K. Dovey. Pres.. S. Waugh, Cashier.
H N. Ilovev. A?st Cashier
Plattsmouth Coal Yard
IS TUP, PLACE TO HUY
ALL GRADES OF WOOD.
FI;iy, Corn, Oata and all Kinds of Feed
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER & TROOP.
THIRD AND MAIN-STs.
9 G-SK-tt-SS-I-O--:- -!--0-rS-
WHT EBB EAST $
! COAL YARD !
LINCOLN AVK. AMI
M tKHLC HTS .
A, II. 1. SOENMCHSEN, .Maimer.
L-irjfo Supply, of all tho A
t L5EST GRADES
! HARD COAL SOFT f
y Ir.rluding the Famous T
ft ;.r....t ti i ; - .
.'n -.uui 1, 1 ii. uui,
Jacksi n Hill and
Canon City Lump. JjJ
9 A. whys "ii hf-nl Ali a q...-.ni t ui
Cunvt-r ( ::;:Jes of Nb' 1' L OAI.. U e aisj 4.
4 ki-eji u:i hand all kinds of Wood All or- A
2-. ders i-r impt.y delivered. Leave r rr.en "
at procery store of A. II. W'eckbach & Cu.
psaKsr & Son.
1 ROCrU ISLAlViO
I LOW RATES ON OUR PERSONALLY
! CONDUCTED TOURIST EXCURSIONS.
i';:i.V'! Ivanas City uvi-ry Friday
vin Co; 'I'li'lo Sii'ino'H a 1 j 1 Sivmic
Southern ll(ta; if.ivct Kan .-as City
every WcdneM.lay vi-i Ft. Worth and
Ft I'.-ISD to Alli:!l.-S.
rJL'.-F; f-xciir&iori car.-j nry attached
to f;.:-t p'l-Minor ttains, and their
popularity i- ovuloiu-u that we oll'or
Write for handsome itinerary which
fives full information and now rnaji,
sent free. For complete i Lformation,
rated and berth reservations?, seo your
local ticket aent r addre-id K. K.
MacLkoo. A. Ci. I. A., Topeka, Kan.
John Skisastian, C. P. A., Chicago.
IHE PERKINS H0USK.
F. R. GUTHMANK, Prop.
Rates SI anu S1.50 Der Day
Centrally Located and Com
PLATTSMOUTH. - NKB
JAMES W. SAGE,
The best of ng3 furniii.ed at ao hour Tacd his
prices are always reasonable. 1 hen oat
convenient boarding stab:e for far
mers In the c'.tv.
Missouri Coal, Genuine Canon City Coal
Loave order at F. S. White"- St-re
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