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Il.i-Ms I ;.i(fly Itcsir.l Advance,
I'.ui Arc I'rivcu I'.ack.
s.mii I. I . k : i i In limit tif l mill
Mflt llllttl M-Ir;i-U.t lllnl K:iiih;ih
f. -) I ! All Attlvf I ' -1 linn r.tl
M:i Arlliin'ri liilnn l!rvl' ill lll
f . 1 1 ' if 4 ';t ? II III I .
A Ml. A, A.lii -. - - 1:.!(I . 111.- -;i--jil
Mn-A i I liiir.-. ! i v i-iiin f mil; h t
il '.v : y to the l-'ilip r:u tiinrln -i 'ii-f.irn
. ; 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1, 1ni;iy, :nl v;ilii'i S fnlir mill h,
lim-tlv l.h t( m h woinl-. :iml j : i i jr ! ;nil
i riis.'in;' tl.n 'i:; i riv;r.
I'lii-i w:ii :nc' m p' i.-lnd a rosl to
Ilm A iii('iic;in-i if i-i x UilliMi nnd
t i-iil -ci 1. 1, -a i n u 1 1 1 1 i i , 1 Ik; Firht Soutii
D.iUnli in;;' tin! ln'iivii't lo-is.
AMit funling tint rivt-r tli': South
I );i U it :i m;; i unlit pinguid t.!ni iii-iir-f
nis to ( iimpit, Imt t:n town wan
found to In; S) htrongly proti ml tliilt
( ;.'iii'.i:il M;irA rt li up ltf iii--1 it best to
withdraw thii tirivl fightnrs and go
i nt o c:i in p for ;i ni;'lit's n ?t biifnro
in:iUiii: the linnl assault..
Tim la: ;'i:-t Imildings in ( inn pit.
wi'iv hring f : t-itl by t ho l''i I i pi n o -i w h i lo
thi' A iii'-ric.i ns ttcro crossing tin! rivi'r
fi.ilv a mill! uv.mv, i n 1 ic;i t i ur tin: out
111 V 'is iiiti'iition to iilintidnn t-lio plait".
Tin: i 1 1 1 1 r t-1 1 1 n ? j i . 1 1 1 I o h; vo adoptod
;i M-tt'.id j.oliry of retiritJg fiom oim
io-ilio:i ;iiti'P another, after inllicting
In- gnratos!, pm sib'.e damages upon- the
:"1 v:i swing iiriny. The forces today
woro well drilled. Kvery font of the
ground was tenaciously disputed hy
tht! I'ilipinos who stoi.ij riiiiri rkably
In in oven li-lot t! artillery.
Thi- i iH iiiy had planned to wreidv our
transport train. Tliis :itt'Miipi whs ii
failure, hut it sp:in of :i mil way bridge
ver tin' riser was dosti oyed , ha in poi -intlm
A inur ii:;ui transportation for
soiiw limn. Tilts Filipinos nut the
trmli'rs, mleniling lo have thestrim
'ure fall with tho train, hut it collapsed
prematurely of its own weight.
Tim l!a;.rlag rivnr, which Mahout
l(M) yards whin at that point, was
sp'cn lidly forlilii d, ami the Atii M-i-cans
ivi'iv (nun pnllntl to approach tho
op'-n spacn fi-oiu which tho rebels had
ele iro.l every obstacle ill sight. Tim
ban!; of the riv r, a 1 1 i j 1 1 b'.ti'T, was
sui nuMintod with t IV lie lies, capiicd
with recli-i, lntiphoU.il and pirtly hid
den by bi.shcs.
Atl(:iii4i! tif A mt'i-ir :i im.
General Wheaton's brigade ap
proached t lie river ahiiijr the railroad,
leaving camp lieyond Maloios city,
(i i oral Hale's brigade, wh i eh started
ye-terday, wa eai-lier on the march.
nfniiiiT westward toward tin. mar. The
arin-ucd transport was beine; pushed i
by 'h i ''.a men, t he Twentieth Kansis
regiment advancing in ari extended
ordei oa the left and the i'V-st Mon
tana on tht! Hht, with the I'tah Tiuht
art iileiy on its rirlit. The rapid lir
iipe nuns on the I ra i n opened the ball
at 11 p. 1:1., about a mile fr(in the
river, their poppiujr al ti'rnatinr con
tinuously with tin; boom of iho six
pouiiders. The Montana refjiment :ind the
I T t a h a rti 1 !ery batteries at tlmsaino
: iran entered the junjrle, from whicli
tlie i r sn rn-en t-. who worn occupying a
in rye straij "linn viliane. Hub, poerttl
ht iivy v.dleys. In the course of an
hour tin; Americans had forced a jias
s i no t h rourh 1 1 1 - woods to tho open
r-pace. in front of tin; iivt;r and the
artillerv immediately on wheel in tr
into tin; opna ben. -in shell in ; the l-iii-pi
no t reiie lies.
In the meantime tne Twentieth
Kans is. led by Captain HVitwood, per
formed one of the. niot-t brill inn t
..ciiieveinents of the campaign. The
i-i iliment W::s h dnn lie id in reset ve,
and Company K cbarned a distance of
a quai tor of a mile over a cornfield to
the bark of tht! river, near the briti nv,
wher,; the insurniit- from a trench
were popperinr the armored train,
then about 10.) yards baeli "down the
track. The company found shelter in
Colonel Frederick I'unston cr.lied
for olunu e. lo cross the river and
the colonel him-eif, Fre ieriek Hall, a
private of Company K, a private of
Company Kami Corpora'. FernU?ou of
C.uup'.ny I crawled iilony the it on
. i filers.
While this was roinr on the men t f
Company iv from the ditch were fusil
l:itlinr tb' trenches in the endeavor to
divert attention, but the f'iiipinos ?ot
the ranre from a trench down the
river nnd their bullets soon spattered
the water under the structure.
nliuicl anil ICis Kevolvi r.
Flaviny reached the broken span the
small but valoious party of Americans
slid down the caisson, swiim ; few
yardf to the shore and crawled up the
bank, the little colonel loading; the
way to the trenches, revolver in hand,
while the few remaining Filipinos
Colonel Funston said afterward: '"It
was not much to do. We knew they
cou;d not shoot straight :uid that our
boys would attend lo them while we
Cnin-ral Hale's tmojis on the rilit
ha.'. Hi.- hardest fint. They followed
the north bank of the river nearest
tl t.iwn from tho east with tho First
Xe r.tskaon the left and the Fifty
11 -' lo.va beyond. The country to be
tr -versod waa mostly junylo, but tho
I ' i pinns stood their ground even in
the open spaces.
Ceneral Hale's right joined (lenr.ral
Wheat on's ie'- soon after noon across
trie river. About th'S time the cheers
of the Km.m troops announced that
1 ho Amr leans had crossed tho river.
;erira'. Halo's men bagan to ford the
Chieo, braneh of the Ilagbag,stretcli
ing to the northeast. The general
himself i ringed in up to his neck and
the regiments, all cai-CJing flags,
ftoundii, HCros3 the stre&tn. The
nuiiH f t ht! Iltnii I i lit it II i I lory worn
dr'i('gi .1 over ni.'xt au.l formed an ex
tended lir.e to i.dvuiico upon tho
tri'l.rhi 'i before Cilumpit, from which
the ''l ipil . (-, w re pourlli;' en: 1 1 i n i n 11 1 s
Vo! I e m.
Tho ii riini'-ed c ir h id one m m I. illn.l
ami two wounded Tin: Kaunas reni
inent h .il three wouinled during tho
eh-iiVi' nnd tho 1,'tah li h t a rtlllory
Olin K i I i ll a I (I two Wi'Ulldeil. M,t of
tin' otln-r C'tslla I t in- iief.il tin' .-iouth
I )a I; i it i rn;r i m "n t
It. I (I i lb e lit to e-timite tboin-ur-nent
lo--o-,but tin y are ii' fewer than
seventy killed, many of them by tho
ANOTHLH LIST OF CASUALTIES.
lll Mill! KUI. il Hllil 'I ni ltl: IMIIIlli l III
I lit- Ni-lir,iKltii IC:iiiKh.
V- AMilMi'luN, April Hi'.. (Special to
Tin: Nicws ) I hn following additional
casualties reported from Manila
in tlm First Nebraska:
April 'J"), killed:
Private Harry Mi ( 1 irt, company I.
A p.-ii 21, wounded :
Second l.ieut V. '. Lung in, com
pany C. oe. severe.
Artilico .Jonn iiiiner, coiiiiHcy C,
Private Charles J. Carwoll, com
pany F, tliig'u, sevi re.
l'rivato .1 . O. Ienn, compiny J.,
l'rivato Ceo. Wagnck, company T,
A pril -", wolliided :
Major Frank' I). Ivigor, foot, severe.
Corporal Charles llrewster, cotn
pany C', font, moderate.
1'rivate David Cillispie, company C,
Private Lucius W. l'.iugcrn, com
lany I, knee, severe.
l'rivato Willard Carter, coni);rny L,
Private l'rancis If . en, company L.
i'rivatf! Il.irvny Majors, compiny L,
Ci:ok'(;k I). M i:i k i.r.ioiiN,
Acting Secretary of War.
More CiiMiulli' s In tli" First.
W sniN-(iT()., April -7. (Special
to Till-: Nkws ) The following ad
ditional easualt ies reportol from Ma
nila in the First Nebraska:
April 11(1, wound ml:
Private Harold l. I il i;o, ( cm p 1113
I', thigh, moderate.
Private Noah U Lrin d, conipo ny 1 ),
(J. I) M-.iKl.K.ioilN,
Actinn S.-cretary oT ,r.
nlislonk Iteillmtr '"ll I nr Willi'.
I r. .ill i ilncs'l.iv's 1 .-i i 1 v -
Cnorno Murk''l,a well known Cer
ium, who wo' ks as a farm hand a few
milt's west of Myn ird, is in a critical
condition as a. result of drinking bed
bug poison which lie mistook for wine.
Ceorge is addicted t) the drink hab't,
it is saitl, and about a week ago ho
drank to e.co.s for a day or two. In
the night he woke up, and having
what might bo term"d a dark bov n
taste, he asoso from his couch in quest
of something to drink. He went to an
adjoining room and drank some water
and upon returning he saw some bot
tles sitting on 'i shelf. Taking one of
them down ho drank freely from its
contents. A little later he became
very ill and an investigation revealed
the fact, that h had taken bedbug
poison, thinking he had found some
This was several days ago ard as he
is still ill from it- effects. b ing unable
to k -en anything on his stomach. Tho
man for w iiom
wo-ks notified Dr.
Schildivirochl today. lie being in the
Louisville district, the doctor directed
lnm t'lliic county physician of that
district, and what l is condition now
is cannot bo st iti d.
IM'inise of it l'(mi'i?r ilizen.
William Young. who for many
j ears has bjen a ro-ddent of the vi
cinity of Union, died April 2, at G:."0
p. m.. of old age. Deceased was
ninety years and eight months of age
at the time f his death. Mr. Young
settlsd on his farm near Union iu
March, l.So-5, and during the first few
years of his residence in old Cass he
served in the capacity of county sur
veyor. He w is the father of Mrs.
Henry Bieck, of this city; Mrs. Ellen
StitToid, who lives near Claririda, la.,
and Dave and Frank Young, who re
side near here.
The funeral was held Thursday
aftetnoon at - o'clock from the late
residence of tho deceased. Tho ser
victt? being conducted by lie v. Camp
bell cf the Methodist church, and in
terment undo in the Young cemetery,
An Iiitertntiuf; Story.
(l o -go Cook, traveling represent i
tivo for Swift iSc Co. of South Omaha,
was In the city today. The presence
of this gentleman in the eTty recalls
the famous murder case in which Mr.
Cook's brother lost his lif - at Waverly
in lSSll or 1SS4 The case is a very
interesting one owing to the trivial
matter over which the quarrel arose
which lead to the murder and the way
the trials came out. Quia Bohanan
and Cook got into ii dispute over the
way the word peddler was spoiled, dur
ing which Bohanan shot the latter and
killed him. A trial was had in Lin
coln and Bonanaa was convicted of
murder in the second degree. The re-"
suit not being s iti-factory a new trial
was granted nnd a change of venue
was taken to Otoe county and Bohanan
was convicted of murder in the first
degree. A few days later, however,he
got out of the Nebraska City jail in
vmio manner and he has not been seen
sinoe or at icast has not been ar
resied. The case created widespread
interest at the time and tho names of
theparties were fresh on tho lips of
tho people all over the state.
It is a faet beyond question that
John T. Coleman, the jeweler, has the
most desirable Hue of rings to be
found in the city. f
ON TE) IN
Miss Nellie Guthmann and Herman
Ncitcl United for Life.
Ci rt-iihiiij. l'-r ririii-il lly I nl In r Cnrnry
In I In- I'fikliiH llotim' it a llilmk
I.iihI -iliiiKilii y Voiiiii; i il
I'urDil tti- A rtrr Train I-or m
VIIiii Trip to Sontli Itinxl, I ml
I mm V.-.li!i:s.l;n-s Daily.
A very pretty wedding look place in
the parlors, of the Perkins hore at
o'clock this afternoon, when I lev.
.1. T. Carney of St. John's church
united in marriage No'ilio Josephine,
the charming and accomplished daugh
ter of Mr. and Mr. F. K. (Juthmaiin.
to Herman It. Neitzel, a prominent
young business man of Murdock, this
The wedding was a quiet affair, only
the relatives and immediate friends
of the eontraeti ng parties being pres
ont. Miss Tressio H in pel acted as
bridesmaid and W. F. Both, of Kan
sas City, an old friend of the groom,
was best in-in. Miss Marista Cagnev
very beautifully rendered the wedding
march and the impressive Catholic
wedding service made tho affair an
interesting one. l'he brido was neatly
attired in a brown traveling dress
and carried a beautiful bouquet of
roses, while the groom wore the con
Light rofrcshnien ts of ices, ice
cream, etc., were served immediately
after the wedding and at lii'.ii) the
happy young couple departed for
South Bend, Intl., the groom's old
home, on a wedding tour, a largo
number of friends going to the depot
to wish them (Jodspeed.
Tho bride is a graduate of St. John's
Catholic school, and her agreeable
ways and winning manners have en
deared her to all who know her. The
groom is a young man of unimpeach
able integrity and is possessed of those
business qualifications which go to
mako a successful business m in. He
is cashier of the (Jerman bank of Mur
dock, besides having other business
interests there, and has a neat little
cottage furnished in which they will
begin housekeeping upon their return
from Indiana. Tliey enter upon mar
ried life under the most favorablo
circumstances. Many useful presents
were given the young people as tokens
of the esteem in which they were
Those present from out of the ciiy
were Mr. and Mrs. C F.. Mockenh nipt,
Louisville; Miss Anna Tigho, Louis
ville; Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Slander,
Manley; Mr. L. Xcitzel, brother of
groom, M unlock.
Til k Nkws joins with their host of
friends in wishing for them a long
and happy married life.
(ihsori-Yo filling. I.
At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Yoellnagcl, re
siding south of this city, Kev. Freund
today united in marr iage Miss Chris
tina Yoelltiage! and Mr. Horace Gib
son of Omaha. Only the immediate
relatives of the contracting parties
witnessed the ceremony. Tho young
folks will at once begin housekeeping
in a home nlrrady prepared by the
groom in Omaha.
RAILDOAD NOTES AND PERSONALS
Krom Wednesday's Daily
On account of the high wafer along
the lino bolow hero pisenger trains
Nos. 2(i and 27, tho K C , did not run
today. The trains were obliged to run
via Ked Oik yesterd iv. They will be
put on again as soon as the water recede-.
J. L Polk, tho mail clerk, was in
the city between trains this iro' iiing
on business with his brother, C S.
II. N. Dovey received the sad intel
ligence today that Oils Dovey, his
cousin, had been kilted in a wreck in
New Mexico. He was well known in
Plattsmouth, especially am mg rail
road men. lie was employed as ear
cheerier in the Burlington yards for a
long time, leaving here about 1SSS. At
the time of the wreck in which he
lost hia life he v:is conductor on a New
A special stock train consisting of
sixteen double-deck cars passed
through the ci'y today enrcute from
South Omaha to Chicago.
Shadow social at Eight Mile Grove
church Saturday evening, May 13th.
List of Letters.
Remaining uncalled for at the post
office at Plattsmouih, April 22, N9:
Heaver. V K
Haines, Miss Rebecca
Kradolfcr, Miss Marie
Shotts, Mrs Onia
Wliitinp;. Mrs Hariey
Walker. S G
Gletk & Homes
Jones, J R
Raymond, A li
Weber H G
Whyte, V II
Wolf. ( illie
McXeety . John
When calling for any of tho above
letters olease say "advertised."
C. n. Smith, Postmaster.
It should be remembered that the
only place in the city to get first class
silverware for wedding presents or for
your own use is at Coleman's, two
doors south of oostoftice.
If von sulfur from tenderness or full- i
ness on the right side, pains under
shoulder-blade, constipation, bilious
ness, Bick-headache, and feel dull,
heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid
and congested. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers wiil cure you promptly, pleas
antly and permanently, by removing
the congestion and causiog the bile
ducts to open and llow naturally. They
are good pills F. G. Fricke & Co.
If you are contemplating buying a
watch call on John T. Coleman, the
jeweler, and see the very latest de
signs in cases and movements.
( M'l'Y AM) COUNTY.
Presiding F.ider Van Fleet of No-brn-.ka
City is in the city.
1'. A. McFlwain is Confined at his
homo on account of illness. George
Staats it condiietinjf the jewelry sinro
County Clerk J .inns Kobertson went
out to Fratiklyn today to look after his
farm near that place. His son Willie
Il'.bert Black's little boy, who waa
injured at the Mereerville school yes
terday, was reported as being consid
erably better today.
John Corey departed for Sae City,
la., this afternoon, having been called
there by the intelligence that his
mother was not expected to live. She
is seventy-eight years of age.
There was a great amount of thun
der last night, but tho precipitation
was not as great as one would expect
from the noise, tho government gaugo
showing only (.." i i of an inch.
Tho Nebraska Telophono company
is putting in a copper metallic circuit
from Omaha to Kansas City by tho
way of this place. The advance gang
of nun is working hero now.
James Kennedy has let tho contract
for the erection of a new house on his
place south of town to take the place
of the one recently destroyed by lire.
Ho will put up a comfortable homo.
Miss Trossa Hempel, grand recorder
of the Degroo of Honor, came down
from Lincoln for a visit with her
parents and will remain until after tho
dedication of the new A. O. U. W. hall
A curiosity in tho shape of two eggs,
joined together by a nn ill cord, one
side containing tho yelk and the other
the white, is on exhibition in Bering
A: Co's. storo and is attracting much
attention. Fred Gardner brought tho
curio.-ity to town.
In the list of wounded soldiers,
printed in last evening's Nkws, was
the name of Clj do Vosburg. He is a
.step-brother of Dr. W. 15. Lister of
this city and is known hoio. lie en
listed in Palmyra, in Ol.oe e unty, and
is about twenty-six years old
V. W. Coatos received a telephone
message from his brother, F. J.,of the
Mercer hotel at Oni ih i, last evening,
stating that ho had put chased the
Koeier hotol at Grand Island. This is
one of the best hotels in Nebraska,
elegantly furnished and is said to be a
money maker. The consideration was
Til I' lSIA Y.
Andy Johnson spent the day in
William Neville and Sam Sawtelle
were in Omaha this afternoon.
A repre.-eritati e of Bradsl reet's was
in the city tunny collecting ctata lor
the commercial directory.
Arthur Murphy of Louisville was in
the city today and wont home by the
way of Omaha this afternoon.
Alf Shirley of Wabash was in tho
city today. He reports an abundance
of rain in that poi tion of tho county.
Tax Collector D. M. Johnson and
family returned last evening from a
visit of several days at Weeping
The town was over-run with tramps
this morning and the officers started
fifteen of them up the track toward
Tho river is falling very rapidly at
this point, having already gone down
enough to expose tho numerous bars
east of town.
Tiie totil precipitation last night
was 0.20 of an inch. From the pres
ent indidations tho fall will be a great
deal lmro tonight.
Tho Nebraska Telephone company
is going to move its exchange office
from the Hotel Riley to tho rooms
over F. J. Morgan's stO"e. General
Manager Lane was down from Omaha
today and perfected arrangements.
Mr. Coates was olTercd a higher price
for the room than the company was
pr.ying, honce the removal.
Fred Gardner, residing a few miles
southwest of town, came to the city
yesterday and proceeded to take some
thing for his stomach's sake. He
succeeded in accumulating a good-
sized jig aud while in this condition
went to M. E. Manspeaker's imple
ment store and got mixed up in the
machinery, getting his hands cut
ouito badly. Chief of Police Slater
gaLhered him in nbout 5 o'clock and
landed him in jail and this morning
was taken before Police Judge Archer,
where he paid $1 and costs for his ex
perience, and went his way.
Give the Children a Drink
called Grain-O. It is a delicious, ap
petizing, nourishing feed drink to take
tho place of coffee. When properly
prepaied it tastes like the finest cof
fee but is free from all its injurious
properties. Grain-O aids digestion
and strengthens the nerves. It is not
a stimulant but, a health builder, and
children, as well as adults, can drink
it with great benefit. Costs about one
fourth as much as coffee. 15 and 25c.
It has developed that there were
several fellows coanectid with "res
cuing" the birre's oT oil which were
found floating in tho river the other
day. Itseerrs that the intention of
tho fellows was to start in opposition
to tho Standard Oil company when
they succeeded in capturing the bar
rels, and Ilonry Stendike was desig
nated as salesman, while other mem
bers of the company wore Mike Mc
Cool and Elias Kildow. Johnny Gor
der was oniy one member of the "en
terprise." King, Emporer, Duke, Prince $1.
Elson, the Clothier.
Itliln t Kind the Girl.
Fiom Wciliiemlny'H li.illy.
Officer T. T. Fry returned from
South Omaha and Omaha li.st even
ing, where, with tho a.-Hihtaiicu of olll
cers of thoso cities, he hud spent the
day In searching for Holla Meyers,
who loft her home in thM city Sunday
evening. Tho otllcer found tho con
ductor with whom she rodo to South
Omaha. Upon arriving at the latter
place, tho conductor utates, he took
the girl to a boarding house and gave
her 25 cents with which to pay for her
supper. Fry and tho conductor went
to the houHe, but tho girl was not
there, and upon inquiring it was
found that she remained there but a
few moment-. Tho conductor said that
the girl told him her parents lived in
South Omaha and that that was tho
reason ho permitted her to ride. Hn
saw no young m in with her, but it is
the opinion of the officers that lie
reached South Omaha in some way
and that they met there and are now
A thorough search of both towns
failed to reveal the whereabouts of
tho girl, but with a good description
of her it is believed sho will mmhi bo
found and returned to her anxious
parents in this city.
Shadow social at Light MileG.-ovo
church Saturday evening. May l.'I.
Every body come and have a good time
Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers.
Foley's Honey and Tar givos quick
and positive relief. It is tho great rem
edy for diseases t f the respiratory or
gans liko asthma, bronchitis and
horseness. F. G. Fricko & Co.
Fruit TreiH Are tioliig.
Wo will make special low prices on
trees for next week. You will find.ua
at tho nursery ready to wait on you.
Now is tho time to plant your orchard.
BlVKUSIDK NfKSKliY CO.
C. F. Morton, Proprietor.
Notice is hereby Riven of the intention of the
mayor ami council ol the city ot IMattsnioiith,
Nebraska, to take up and pay ott by means ol
bonds beailni; interest lower in rate and amount
per annum, the lollowing indebtedness, to-vit:
Fifty-three thousand dollars ($.".a.(HKi) 1 1 iK Ii
school relundinn bonds, voted to be issued July
1 1. lSh.", issued under date of Aut;iist I, h.h.", ml(
bearing interest at the rate ol six and one halt
per cent per annum payable semi-annually:
Ten thousand dollars (fill, IM)) intersection pav
ing bonds voted to be issued July :.'.", lh7. issued
under date ol October 1. 1SS7, and bearing inter
est at the rate of six per cent per annum payable
Forty thousand dollars t$IO,oixi) storm water
sewer bonds (general) voted to be issued April
10, ss,s, issued under date of May 1, issx. and
bearing interest at the rate ol six per cent per
cent per annum payable semi-annually, amount
ing in the aggregate to SMui.cmil. Any tax payer
of said city mav tile objections to such proposed
action in the ottice ot the city clerk in said city
on May 11, IS'.rt'.
This notice is given pursuant to resolution
adopted by the mavor and council of said city on
the -Ith day of April, ls'.iii. H. C. Kkkk,
Dated April 2.'. 1SW.
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants.
In the district court of C'ass county, Nebraska.
Frank K. Guthmann, Plaiutitt,
William O. Weston, et al. f
To Wm. O. Weston, Francis K. Hixby,
Fletcher IJ. Weston, Abby Sprague, Sarah (i.
Hemingway, I.ydia Ann Kelsey, Mary l!uck.
F.nuna Kuggles, J. Fage Weston. Wallace Wes
ton. Almina Davis. Marion Hall. F.dgerton
baldwin, Abby bailey, Thomas Baldwin. Albert
J. Hixby, Alma K- Bailey, Addie (Orvis) Spauld
ing: ttie children ot Ferris Barton, deceased.
Win. K. Barton and Ilattie .May Barton: the
children of Joseph Baldwin, deceased, Klmer
Baldwin, ICldon Baldwin, Wallace Baldwin and
Agusta M. Hpaulding: and the children of Mary
Sheldon, deceased, namely Irwin I. Sheldon,
Mrs. Abby Shelters and Mrs. Cora M. McKinnv:
and the children of Jaue Hall, deceased. Jennie
Hall and Mrs. Ida Frost: and the children of
Joseph Weston, deceased, Frank A. Weston and
Arthur Weston and Cynthia A. Orvis.
You are hereby notified that upon the Ifth dav
ol April. A. 1).. lsii'i, piaintitf tiled his petition
in the district court oi Cass county. Nebraska,
to quiet title as against you and each of you.
and others, in and to all of that part of the
south half of the northwest quarter of section
eleven 1 1 . township eleven II J, range thirteen
1 13 1, in Cass county, Nebraska, lying west of the
right of way of the Omaha & Southern Railway
company, and to exclude each of you from hav
ing or claiming any right, title or interest therein
by virtue ol being legatees under the last will
and testament of Addison P. Weston, and to re
form an erroneous description iu a contract of
sale from the said Addison V. Weston, deceased,
to Francis M. Young, dated April "1th, A. D.,
IS!' 1, in which said land was described as the
west one-half of the north one-half ol the north
west quarter of section eleven fill, township
eleven 1 11 J. range thirteen 1 13J, and to have said
description describe the land first above herein
set forth; and to remove from plaintilt's title the
cloud placed thereon by reason of the said er
You are required to answer said petition on or
before June 5th, A. D., 1S!H.
FRANK. K. GUTHMANN. Plaintiff.
Byron Clark, Attorney.
F'irst publication April 21, l?f!.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a chat
tel mortgage, dated on the 1st day of August,
lbi'S, ana duly tiled in the office ol the county
clerk of Cass county, Nebraska, on the Mh day
of August, 1KK, and executed by J. W. Baker
and Frank Eaton to the Westinghouse company,
which said mortgage was given to secure the payment-of
the sum of $7tH).U0 and upon which
there is now due the sum of $T:j".42, default hav
ing been made in the payment of said sum, and
no suit or other proceeding at law having been
instituted to recover said debt or any part thereof,
therefore I will sell the property therein de
One Westinghouse engine, one engine tender,
one bay horse, five years old; one bay horse, live
years old: one double harness, one O'Brien wa
gon, one blacK cow, one red cow, one yearling
heifer, one sorrel horse, one black mare, three
sets double harness, one main belt (Candy), one
water tank, at public auction on the larm of N.
Trook, about three miles northeast of the village
of L'nion, in Cass county, Nebraska, on the IMh
day of May, lsif. at the hour ol 9 o'clock a: m.
of said dav.
The Westinghouse Company, Mortgagee.
By Mockett & Polk, its Attorneys.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Feb. 2n, 19!'.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska, ? ,.
Cass County. J "
In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Bushrod Wash
ington Richardson, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of
said estate, before me. County Judge of Cass
county, Nebraska, at the county court room in
Plattsmouth in said countv, on the 29th day of
Mav, A. D.. lW, and on the ith day ol Oct.,
lsill'. at 9 o'clock a. m., each day for the purpose
of presenting their claims for examination, ad
justment and allowance. Six months are al
lowed for the creditors of said deceased to pre
sent their claims, from the -Uth day of April,
Witness my hand and seal of said county court
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 4th day of April,
1SW. George M. Splklock,
(Seal) County Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska. 5 In Count Court
Cass county. )
In the matter of the estate of Christian Metz-
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the executrix of said es
tate before me. County Judge of Cass county,
Nebraska, at the county court room in Platts
mouth In said county, on the tS'th day of May. A.
D.. iwt. and on the M"th dav of Oct.. lff. at IU
o'clock a. m , each day for the purpose of pre
senting their claims for examination, adjust
ment and allowance. Six months are allowed
tor the creditors ol said deceased to present their
claims, from the 'fth day of April, lS'.-U.
Witness mv hand and seal ol said county-
court at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 4th day of
GEORGE .M. SPURLOCK,
(Seal). County Judge.
Tn whom it mav concern:
Notice is hereby given that I will apply at the
next regular meeting ol the board ol county com
missioners, in and lor Cass county. Nebraska,
for a license to sell vinous, malt and spirituous
liquors in the village of Cedar Creek. Cass
county, Nebraska, for the period of one year.
WILLIAM J. HICKS.
Dated this 1 1th day of April,
Promptly Reaches Ids
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JOE & FRANK,
..THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHIERS..
When it comes to selling straiolit oood
prices, telling" a straight story about
straight business all the way tlirotiht, there is not a
store anywhere that has any the best of Joe ec Frank.
Treatiii0" people sotiare is
on honor is our pride. We handle nothing but the best
jjfoods, of the best make and at less money than you can
bti 3' in ferior o-(K)ds elsewhere. Our Spring and Summer
Clothing for Men, I'oys aud Children is complete aud
our li iirnishiuLr (loods, Hals, Cat is, etc., cannot be sur-
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Please ive us a call bei' i'e you buy it ives us
pleasure to show you t hrou h our stock'. hVspectfully,
JOE & FRANK,
Waterman Block Plattsmouth
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It's knowing the right kind of paint, and putting it ou the right
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For salo in Plattf mouth by
F. G. FRICKE & CO., Druggists.
E. Manspeaiier & Son,
Livery, Feed and
Finest Rigs in the City. Horses Boarded
by the Day or Week.
We are also dealers in all kinds of
And FARM IMPLEMENTS.
We are here for the Business of
And will get it, if Fair Dealing and Good Good will cut any fieuro with
our Farmer Friend?. When 3-ou aro in town, come and fog us wo will
gladly show you anything we have in stoc k.
M. E. Manspeaker & Son,
Pearl St., between 6th and 7th, Plattsmouth
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