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VERY NOISY WELCOME
Bedlam Breaks Loose When the
Regiment Pulls Into Ne
braska's Capital City.
Governor Poynter and H'S Staff
Meets Trains Upon Their
Arrival at the Depot.
Lincoln, Aug. 29 The GrstBertion
of the train bearing the returning
members of the First Nebraska volun
teers reached here at 9 o'clock tonight.
The occasion was the biggest thing in
the way of an ovation that has ever
occurred in this city. Everybody was
out to greet the returning soldiers, and
as the. train pulled into the station
bedlam broke loose. Every conceiv
able thirg with which a noiso could
be made was brought u to play and the
very air was rent to pieces. The joy
of the soldiers at reaching home again
was only equaled by that of their
friends and relative, who had gath
ered in thousands t welcome them.
It was the warmest greeting ever wit
n3od in this neck of the woods.
Not tiiicj the regiment fctarted from
this city last ear on its trip to the
Philippines lias Lincoln been so gaily
and profusely decorated with the ttars
and stipe-. iJ uud reds of thousands of
yards of bunting were pressed into
service and not, only were the build-it.g-
in the d.'wntowu district deco
ra'i'd, but re.-ideriCi.-s ail over the citi'
prer-ented an a!mo-t s-ohd front or the
national colors. All incoming trains
were crowded with relatives of the sol
diers and it is thought that fully 8,000
people came to the city to welcome
'home the so'diers. As early as noon
t.-iday peoj.lo began to congregate
around the Uurlington depot and by
the time the llrt-t section arrived the
rrowil numbered over 10,000. At 8:15
a signal was blown at the city water
works to let the people know that the
train would arrive in thirty minutes.
For several hours before the train
finally arrived, the dep t platform
presented a scene of wildest enthus
iasm. Campiign horns, giant firecracker-,
r. voivers and everything
capable of making a noiso wa- pressed
Governor Poynter and his stalT, in
full dress uniform, with side arms,
gath-.'red at the executive office in the
capitol building early in the evening
and at the thirty minute sign, ! all
proceedt d to the depot. Large Jele-gation:-
were present from Columbus,
David City, Fullerton, Madison and
Itennett lo meet the companies from
those places. Mrs. Killian, wife of
Major Kiliian, was here with the
Columbus delegation, which was
headed by Mayor Fitzpatrick.
Oratioria Along the Line.
The ovations along the route after
the train entered Nebraska were con
tinuous. Words are inadequate to
paint the scenes ail aim lt the line
from the state boundary to the state j
capital. At every stution crowds were
assembled and as the train went rush
intr by the air was rent with cheers to
which the soldier boys responded with
a will. The pent-up enthusiasm found
vent in every conceivable way, and
even at the door of evory farm house
by the roadside stood the inmates
waving a warm welcome to the boys
returning to their horaa.
Adjutant Barry and the rest of the
state house gang who managed to get
on board the train at d ifferent ioints
put in their time endeavoring to in
duce the men to give the cold shoulder
to the gVand reception planned for
them by the city of Omaha and go di
rect to their homes. In some in
stances they were euceessful, but mot
of the men wanted to go on to the me
tropolis .and share in the hospitality
so lavishly offered them.
Front for llolronili,
Ilolcomb and Iloxio met the train at
Hastings and, in company with B irry,
Eager and other popocrats attempted
to hold a reception, but the immense
crowd attracted aU attention. Iloxie
boarded the train and came along
The Columbus train is being held here
to take Companies E and K home.
Many of Company V from Madison
vote to go direct home. Company L
has invited the regiment to make its
headquarters at their armory. Senator
Thurston and party in a special car
are attached to the first section, hav
ing joined the regimet at Denver.
Company A of York left the train at
Hastings and went direct home on a
special train that was in waiting for
them. Twenty men of the couipmy,
however, remainea on the train and
will go to Omaha to participate in the
festivities. On arrival at Lincoln
Company I of Dennett ordered a spe
cial train. Company K of Fullerton,
the David City company and the men
from Madison will go to Omaha. A
big delegation from Columbus was
here as the train came in and used
every elTo-t to have the company go
Lieutenant Colonel Eager is. in on
the deal to have the regiment break
up along the road, although he him
self says he is going on to Omaha
Eager has ally seconded the efforts of
Harry in this matter.
The second and third sections of the
Vain carrying Companies K, C, I, D,
M and 15 arrived hero ;.t 10 o'clock
Company G of Geneva branched off at
Fairmont. Nearly all members of
Companies C of Iisatrice and II of
Nelson will go from here to their
homes on the early morning trains
The order for a special train to carry
home the Dennett company was cm
celed late tonight, marly all members
desiring to go to Omahs. The Lin
coln, Drokeo Row, Fullerton and Co
lumbus companies are split up, about
half of each decidir.g to continue to
llptn Old Time Friend.
East Liverpool, O., Aug. 9 Six
years ago tonight William McKinley,
then governor, opened his second term
from Colonel John Taylor's porch, and
the fact was recalled when Congress
man Taylor, who now represents the
old McKinley district in congress
spoke from the same porch this even
inrr. welcoming the president back to
the old Eighteenth district. Seven
thousand people thronged the grounds
and street around the Taylor home
In response the president said: "As
I voice appreciation of this, welcome, I
can't help recalling that from this
very place jear in and year out I
. have met tbis people and they alway9
gave me the same generous greeting
I l ou have always been lirm in your
! friendship for me, and though I have
j been nbsent for more than four years,
that regard I feel. for you has never
Mrs McKinley came out on the
porch for a minute to bow to the
crowd f-n-d was given an ovation. The
demonstration continued for an hour
HONORS WILL ALL GO TO DEWEY.
Mclvluley t Ite Secondary I'erftouRge
Ht the N' w York Kf option.
Nkw York, Aug. 29. When the
committee of the Dewey reception
committee waited on the president at
Long Mranch l.a-t week Mr. McKinley
told them that he would willingly do
unythincrin his power to do honor to
the admiral. f expressed his fears,
however, that his presence as presi
dent of the United States might divert
some of the honors that should bo
wholly for Dewey.
Acting Mayor G urienheimer said
today that the committee expects the
president to cotie here on the Dolphin.
If he doo-i the mayor of the city and
the governor of the state will steam
down to tho anchorage and Admiral
Dewey will visit them. Then tho
major will return to his official boat.
Admiral D.-wey will go on board tho
O'.yrnpia and the presid nt will visit
tho Olympia. His visit will be re
turned by the admiral, who will bo
presented to the visiting governors.
In the meantime the I )lphin, with
the president on board, will steam
away and Mr. McKinley wi'l take no
further part in tho official proceed
ings. If the president (oes not come to
the city the mayor, with the governor
o: the state and the others o: the city s
guest.-, will visit the admiral. He wiil
form uly return tho call and then the
naval parade will bgin with tho may
or a boat in attendance on the Olym
llojcott to He failed Off.
Cinc.u.o.Aug. 2i). It is believed the
boycot. against thj Kansas City, Pitts
burg & Gulf will be called off by its
connections. Counsel for a number of
Chicago and Missouri river railroads
have been advising, it is said, the offi
cers ot the eomparue- to oru-,y the in
junction of the Cni'eil States court to
prevent them from canceling connec
tion arrangements and pro-rating ar
rangements. It is alro reported that
the aiic-ged boycotting lines have been
advised riot to answer or fight the in
junction, but to continue operations
with the Guif road, and the permanent
restrainir g order to bo made perma
nent. Officials of the Chicago-Missouri
river roads were today served
with the court's o.der
From Wednesday's Puily.
The farewell reception of the Wo
man's club to Mrs O. 11. Snyder was
held last evening at tho home of Mrs.
S. II Alw od, tho late president. The
ro ms were eaut fully decorated with
palms and flowers, the club colors pre
dominating. Quito a number of the club women
were present to wish Mrs. Snyder
farewell, and to extend their best
wishes for her happ:ncs and success
in her new heme. The music both
vocilnnd instrumental was much en
joyed. "Dainty rcfi eshments were served in
the dining room, Mis-es Annie Sul
livan and Eiizibetn Waugh presiding
at the punch bowls
The club very much regrets Mrs.
Snyder's dep irture, she having been
one of the m-t popu'ar and perma
Frank II . .luhimon lec-liue.
To my many friends who are urging
me to become a candidate for the cf
liee of sheriff, I wish tQ toly, after con
sidering the matter carefully, I have
concluded that I will not be a candi
date. I feel grateful to my friends
and thank them very much for the in
terest manifested in my behalf. Hop
ing that the policy and principles of
the republican party tuny prevail, I
am, Respectfully Yours,
Fkank H. Joiixsox.
Ausrust 81, 1S99.
From Wednesday's Daily.
Charles Martin Manners and Miss
Ora Johnson were united in marriago
by County Judge G. M. Sputlock this
afternoon. They are both respected
young people of the county, the bride
being the daughter of A. A . Johnson
and wife, residing south of town, and
the groom being employed as clerk in
a store at Murray, aud was a member
of Company D, Third regiment. They
will reside in Murray.
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A FEELESS PROFESSIONAL CALL.
uets a Free Ride and Jumps
From a Rapidly Moving Train.
From Thursday's Daily.
Dr. J. II. Hall had an experience
last night which he will not soon for
get. Along late in the night he re
ceived an urgent call in an obstetrical
case across tho river. Taking a case
of instruments with him, while visions
of a good fee floated in his mind, he
footed it down, to the river and crossed
on the bridge. Soon after getting
over into Iowa he met the party who
had called for him and was informed
that he had arrived too late aad his
services were unneeded. Just then a
freight train was heard coming from
the east and he wa9 told th it he could
just as well get a free ride back to
town, as the tiain would stop in the
yards here. So he waited "till the
caboose came along and, as It was
moving slowly over the bridge, he
sprang aboard. There the conductor
told him the train would not stoD In
Plattsmouth, but he mieht get off at
the west end of the bridge, possibly.
Bv the time the caboose reached there,
however, the train was going too rap
idly and the conductor told him it was
rt;o dangerous to be undertaken and
advised him to wait .till they got to
Louisville. He suggested that pos
sibly they might slow up at tho Orea
polis crossing of the M. P. railway
and he could possibly jump off and
walk home. As tho train approached
the crossing he thought it was slow
ing up, and, gathering his instrument
case ana nis cane in one hand, no
braced himself on the rear 9tep and
jumped off into tho darkness, only to
learn when it was too late that ho was
entirely mistaken as to tho 3peed of
the train, for when he struck terra
firma his cane and case of instruments
went flying off in different directions,
the case Hying open and the instru
ments scattering about very promis
cuously, while he landed first on his
feet and then fell forward, striking on
one check anil both hands on the hard
cinders, scratching off the epidermis
and giving him such a shock as to
almost take the life out of him. After
a time he managed to regain his feet,
and, looking at his watch, ditcovered
that it was 2:30 o'clock. He then leis
urelv picked up his belongings and
walked into town, arriving at home in
the sorest condition he ever expe
rienced and without a cent of a fee
to pay him for all of his rough expe
MARRIAGE OF A YOUNG COUPLE
Home of Wayne Tvritchell the
the Happy Kvent.
From Yednesday's Daily.
Tho residence of Mr. aud Mrs.
Wayno Twi'chell, on Garfield park
square, was the scene this afternoon
of an auspicious event, wherein the
lives aud fortunes of two estimable
youDg people were joined, under the
impressive rites of the German Luth
eran church. The rooms in which the
ceremony was perio:inil presented,
with the artistic furnishings and drap
eries, a most ntting back-ground to
the group which formed the central
tableaux upon this memorable occa
sion. At 2:30 o'clock, as the inspiring
strains of Lohengrin's wedding march
floated through the flower-scented
rooms, the bridal party marched to
tho bay window, where, beneath th
folds of the stars and stripes, the hy
meneal knot was tied by the Ilev. Mr.
Freund, uniting "for weal or for woe"
the lives of Miss Jo-ie Oehlrich, and
Mr. Alfred Weber, of Omaha. Miss
Marie Martens was the maid of honor;
the Misses Lotta Frick and Georgie
Whidden officiating as bridesmaids,
while Mr. Wayne Twitchell gave the
bride away, Mr. Fred Martens acting
as best man.
Tho hiide, who is a young ladj of
great sweetne-s of character and
many accomplishments, looked charm
ing in a gown of white French or
gandie, over which fell the bridal
veil of Brussels net, which was caught
up and held in place by the engage
ment ring, and in her hand she car
ried a bouquet of lilies of the valley.
The groom is a talented young busi
ness man of Omaha, of sterling worth
and manly ' attributes his many
friends testifying to his excellent
At the conclusion of the ceremony
the bridal party sat down to a
beautiful spread collation.
Mr. and Mrs. Webor departed on
the north bound train this evening
for their future home in Council
Bluffs, carrying with them the sin
cere and hearty well wishes of their
friends, together with many handsome
and costly presents.
The invited guests were Mrs. G.
Fries, Misses May and Emma Smith,
Georgie and Neenah Wbiddtn, Hen
rietta Fries and Lotta Frlck and Mr.
John Ileoleck of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs.
G. F. S. Burton; Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Guild, Mrs. C. S. Johnson, Mrs. Henry
Marten and Misses Mary and Amelia
Martin and Louise Smith.
From Thurs Jay's Dally.
x Oscar Thompson, a young man who
resides with his-mother and brother
in the south part of town, became vio
lently insane last evening, attacKins
his mother and noundine her into a
state of insensibility. He then at
tacked his brother, who had inter
fered to protect their mother, and
pummeled him most outrageously. He
was finally overcome and Marshal
Slater took him to jail.
The board of insanity was called tt
gether today and after an examination
of the unfortunate man adjudged him
insane. He will probably be sent to
the asylum tomorrow. This is not the
first time he has been afflicted that
TnE News prints the newB.
CITY AND COUNTY.
John C. Watson of Nebraska City
was in town today.
C. S. Polk made a business trip to
Lincoln this morning.
T. E. Ewing went to Ashland todHy
to look after telephone business.
The city was gaily attired in flags
and bunting today in honor of the sol
The two banks were closed today on
account oi the arrival of the First
Clarence Tefft of Avoca was in the
city over night looking after his poli
Mr. and Mrs. Longfellow and daugh
ter of Hardy, Neb., are visitiug with
Mrs. Howland in the west part of
The case against Mrs. Jake Miller
and two sons, charged with disturbing
the peace, was dismissed in police
Ex-County Commissioner John C.
Hayes came in from his farm yester
day and remained over night, attend
ing to some business.
Silas Long has purchased D. M.
Johnson's property on High school
hill and will move his family to the
city to reside in the future.
J. H. Thrasher, a agent, today sold
the.Hedlund property to Mrs. Ellen
Pearsiey, residing near Union, who
will occupy it. The consideration was
B. C. Kerr and wife, L. D. Ber.netf,
J. W. Johnson, Ii. W. Hyers, II C.
McMaken and many others went to
Omaha this morning to see the First
Jimraie Moore, who was run in for
being drurrlv, was taken before Police
Judge Archer last evening who taxed
him 815, fine and cos's, for his fun.
Ho wiil board it out.
A. L. Cox, tho general merchant of
Mynard, was in tho city yesterday
and left an order with The News for
a large amount of job work. Mr. Cox
says that trade is good at Mynard.
Lige O'Neill, who has been running
the ferry below tho b idge for several
years, is arranging to move to Frank
lin county, where he will take charge
of a stock ranch. James Ault will
run the forrv.
L G Todd of Union was in town to
day on road business.
Thomas Letch of Germantown Whs
visiting old-time friends in the city to
day. Charley Parmule while in Michigan
sold a half section of land lying west
of South Bend for $35 an acre.
Mrs. A. L. Munger, who recently
underwent an operation in laparotomy,
is reported to be getting along nicely.
Joe Tubbs. who sprained his ankle
a month go, is still walking on
crutches, the irjury being very slow to
St. Johns Catholic echool, on Sixth
streot, will open next Tuesday with a
corps of five sisters as teachers
Mrs. William Horold and daughter,
Dora, who have been visiting at Hol
yoke, Co'o.,all summer,returnel home
Miss Myrtle Porter, who will teach
for the next school year at Monta Vista,
Coo., will bo a reader of The News
duriner her fctny there.
P. I. Gas3 and daughter, Olive, ac
companied by their guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Gray of Kansas City, were
visitors at Omaha today.
Messrs. L.S.Steppin and A.J.Bailey,
two of tho Glen wood members of the
B. & M. band, joined that organization
in its trip to Weeping Water.
W. B. Roberts' horse foil dead while
driving a wngon-loid of empty baskets
this morning out near the residence of
E. S. Perry, on Lincoln avenue. The
body of the horse still lies there.
Arthur Toliff of Alliance stopped off
last evening for a visit with friends,
whild enroute home from Chicago,
whithir he had been buying goods for
the firm with which he is engaged.
A carry-all load of Junior Christian
Endcavorers went over to Weeping
Water yesterday to the Union En
deavor meeting, returning last night.
They again brought the banner home
Mrs. O. H. Snyder, daughter, and
little son, departed this morning for
their new home at Tabor, la. Quite a
crowd of friends went to the station to
bid them goodbye. Mrs. S. has a warm
place in the hearts of many Platts
Frank Calkins returned from an out
ing at Denver and the mountains this
morning. He walked to the top of
Pike's Peak on Monday, returning to
Manitou in twelve hours. A snow
6torm prevailed while he was at the
top and an inch and a half of snow fell.
He enjoyed his trip immensely.
The court house is almost deserted
by its officials today, Register of Deeds
Hay, District Clerk Houseworth,
County Clerk Robertson and his dep
uty, Will Coolidge, Sherifi Wheeler,
Clerks Stieight and Munger from the
treasurer's i fllc. and County Attor
ney Root all went to the picnic at
Weeping Water today.
John Wilburt Huffman, aged twenty-th-ee,
from Pac fic Junction, la., and
Mrs. Viletta Bogule of Fremont
county, Ta., were granted a marriage
licence today by Judge Spurlock. They
were subsequently married at the resi
dence of Will Bluut. on Wintersteen
hill. Justice Archer performing the
ceremony in the presence of a few
A number of men with A. Stultz,
the painter, in charge, were tearing
down the frame work of tho arch
welcome to tro solaier boys about J
o'clock this morning, and thought
lessly let the tall timbers down with a
crash. The sound of tho timbers as
they struck the- pavement frightened
a team belonging to Phil, llnkor,
standing near by. Ihe horses broue
their fastening and took a spin up
Main street. The wagon collided with
Dr. Humphrey's buggy, but fortu
nately did little damage the horse
lunged and reared, but failed to break
his tether. The team turned down
Seventh street and were stopped on
Chicago avenue, without damage, it
was a lucky outcome of a very seriou
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Order to Show Cause.
In the District Court ol Cass county, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of lacob Frederick
This cause came on to be heard at Chambers
upon the petition of John 1. Ferguson, as ad
ministrator of the estate ot Jacob Frederick Hu
ber, deceased, praying for license to sell lots one
hundred forty (lf"l. 'ne hundred twenty-lour
1"-'. two hundred thirty-three U'CI). three
hundred twenty-one f: 1 1, three bundled twenty
two :t"l. three hundred twenty-three pi"-':!, fui:r
hundred twenty 4-0J. four hundred twenty-one
1 41 I. six hundred nine i tin!', six hundred eiht
I ties, six hundred seven lSi7. six hundred
eighty-one (tl, six hundred eighty ti-UJ. six
hundred seventy-nine ti,i', five hundred l.liy
Hve f.V.V), two hundred forty-eight lll. live
hundred forty-five .MS, one hundred tweuty
hve f 12."). one hundred eighty-eight fls-i. one
hundred eighty-uiue Is'.', three hundred torty
eight 31x1. three hundred fortv-nine l:il" three
hundred fifty f J . six hundred thirty-five pV.
six hundred thirty-six ItSJiti). six hundred eigtm
nine risi-j, six hundred ninety-seven I'i'" I. seven
hundred twenty-lour i 1. seven hundred
twenty-live "-'". sea hundred twenty-six
iri. seven hundred thirty-tive (." I. seven
huudred forty-four 7Jt. all in the village oi
Louisville, Cass county, Nebraska, or a sufficient
amount of the same to bring the sum ol t! r-e
hundred forty-eight dollars tilty-tne ctfis
&ilS,xj lor the payment of debts ai.owed
against said estate aud the costs ot adniinUtia
tion, there not being sufficient personal property
to pay the said debts and expenses.
It is therefore ordered that all persons inter
ested in said estate appear before ir.e at the
office of the clerk of the district court at l'latts
mouth. in Oass county, Nebraska, on the llih
day of October, Ik'.W, at 2 o'clock p in , to show
cause why a license should not be granted to
said administrator to sell so much ol the al iv
described real estate ol said deceased as 1 1 , 1 1
be necessay to pay said debts and expense.
And that this order be published in the l.vn
Weekly Nevvs-Herai.h tor four succesive
weeks, commencing Tuesday, the 2'.'th d.tv of
Dated this 21th day of August. 10.'.
1J.V.S1L S. Kamsrv,
Judge of the District Court.
Ilyron Clark aud C. A. Rawls. Attorneys for
First publication August 29. .
In County Court. Cass county, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Martin Mahoney,
Jno. Mahoney. Maggie Mohan, las. Mahoney,
Tfios. Mahoney, Julia Flder, Anna Meekei,
Alack Mahoney. Nellie Mahoney, Nina Mahoney
and Cornelius. Julia, Mary, Grace and Arthur
Mahoney, minors, and all other persons inter
ested in said matter are hereby notified that on
the 14th day of August, lsy!. George YV. Meeker,
administrator of said estate, hied in said court
his petition asking for an order of said couit au
thorizing him to accept from Aaron C. I.oder, as
former guardian of Ann and Martin Mahoney,
incompetent, in full settlement ot all claims and
demands of the estates of the said AnnaMahoney
and Martin Mahoney, against the guardian,
Aaron U. Lodcr, the sum of $1 ,73 (Xi and a con
veyance of the E H of the N V !t ot section
township II, range 1U, east, in Cass county. Ne
braska: that by the order of said court duly en
tered on the 14th day of August. A. 1. a
hearing on said petition wiil he had on the Oih
day of September, A. D. ISn'.i.at 11 o'clock a. iu.,l1
which you and each of you w ill take due notice,
and that if you fail to appear belore said court
on the said tith ilvol Scpteinber.lMH.at 11 o'clock
a. m. and contest said petition, the court uiav
grant the prayer of said petition, and make such
other and further orders in the premises as may
be just and equitable.
Witness my hand and tje seal of said court
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this loth day of Aug
ust, 1W. George M. SrvRLocic.
(Seal) County Judge.
By L. K. Hasse, Clerk of County Court.
Byron Clark ic C. A. Kawls and C. ??. Polk, At
torneys lor petitioner.
First publication August l., lSiO.
In County Court. Cass County. Nebraska,
In the matter of the estate of Anna Mahoney.
John Mahoney. Maggie Mohan. James Ma
honey, Thomas Mahoney. Julia Flder, Anna
Meeker, Mack Mahoney, Nedie Mahoney, Nina
Mahonev and Cornelius, Julia, Mary, Grace and
Arthur Mahoney. minors, and ail other persons
interested in said matter are hereby notined tat
on the 14th day of August. George W.
Meeker, administrator of said estate. riled in sa id
Court his petition asking for an order of said
court authorizing him to accept from Aaron C.
Loder, as former guardian of Ann and Martin
Mahoney. incompetent, in full settlement ot all
claims aud demands of the estates of the said
Anna Mahoney and Martin Mahoney, agiins' the
guardian. Aaron C. I.oder. the sum ot $l.s i,
aud a conveyance of the F.'i of the NW'.i rd sec
tion 6, township 11. range to. east.in C co::n; v.
Nebraska: that by the order ot said couit. duly
entered on the 1 1th day of August, A. l.;.si. a
hearing on said retition will be had on the ("UN
day of September, A. D. 1HW, at 10 o"clock a.m.
of which you aud each of you will take due
notice, and that if you fail to appear before ?ji-l
court on the said bth day of September, at
10 o Clock a. ni., and contest said petition, ti e
court may grant the prayer of said petition, a- d
make such other and further orders m the pico:
ises as may be just and equitable
Witness niv hand and the seal of said court
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this loth day of Aug
ust, A. D. lota. r
GF.ORl.r. M TI RIOCK.
(Seal) Ci.uuty Judj,e
By L. K. H isse. Cietk cf C mr.tv C n:rt.
Byron Clark & C. A. katiis and '. 5. Polk,
attorneys lor petitioner.
First publication August lo. If..
In the County eo-.-.rt, Cass county, Nebraska.
In the mutter ot the estate of Wii'.i.vu Young,
Francis M. ounsr. Jane Iloeck. David A.
Youn;. n Staltord. and all other persons in
terested in said matter, are hereby not. tied that
on the-'Jd day ol August, i&, Kavid A. Youus
riled a petition in paid court. a!ifKi:ig, antoi:K
other things, that William Young died on the
iith dav ot April. leaving a la?t will and
testament, and possessed of real estate in f.'ass
county.Nebra-ka. valued at $1,000 li and that the
above-named constitute all the persons interested
in the estate ot said deceased, and praying for
the probate of said wiil and for administration
of said estate. You are hereby notified that. If
you lail to appear before said Court on the -I'd
day of September. 1W. at y o'clock a. in., to
contest the prouate of said will, the court may
ailow and probate said will and grant administra
tion of said estate to Francis M. Young or some
other suitable person and proceed to a settle
Witness my hand and the seal of said coi.rt
at riattsmouth, Nebraska, this day ol Aug
George M. "Spurlock,
(Seal) - - County Judge.
First publication August 29, lSf9.
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A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN,
cures where: all others have failed.
TuDES, CY r.AIL, 75 CENTS; DOTTLES, 50 CENTS.
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F. G. Fricke & Co.
O -0 -;,
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.Lfonerallv llmt I have
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in any jit.-int.it v from one xint to twenty-five
Have just imported some hue old French
Cognac Brandy. Al-.o the genuine Rhine Wine
for strictly medicinal purposes.
As I handle nothing but first-class floods and
sell at lowest prices,, it will pay you to buy your
Vhiky, Brandy, Wine, etc., from me.
Do not forget that this is the time to order
your case il.er ami that this is the only place in
the county where you can jet the prenuine ANHEUSER-BUSCH
BEER. Give me a call
and be convinced.
Ajcnt for Yellowstone (Kentucky) distillery and
Anheuser-Bu-ch Brewing Ass'n, St. Louis.
All Kinds of Repairs..
The Best Binding Twine
..Best Machine Oil
genberger & Troop
Lower Main St.
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t-- T- . s t v s .?
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U'lIV will .w.i ; .-
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Officers arc! !:
rrofi'lcnt: T. : .
We.-colt, W. J. V,
Continue ? c :'o a leadingbusiness in Fancy
and Staple Groceries. Because they carry
nn immense stock, buy for cash and sell at
iow prices. Everything good to eat of Best
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m; oerflces each Sunday
f 8 ji !
- OFFICE OF-
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-k v I m a m m m.
J'iulls-iilolUIl, Xch., August 7, iSiJiJ.
to in form mv friends and the uublic.
enaed in the "Wholesale
Bet. 3rd and 4th St.
v. iis nnct in Force
T PLATTSMOUTH, NEB
!--?y l fi.rcin Invjr.'inco companies, wl.o tnkv, i'.
'.; rr-t In-i:r:tnc for less co-t from a Nebr:ts- i
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' i. !'.. i'.iri'ile. President; Goo. E. Dovoy, Vice
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To PATENT Good Urn
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THE PATENT RECORD,
Subecrlptioos to Tbe Fateat Record Ol.ou per annum.
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