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TRIAL BEFORE A JORY.
Nebraska Mutual Hail Insurance
Company vs. A. J. Ajpistin.
Plaintiff Ak For S28.80 As AinenU
On Certain Crops, Whlla the Defend
ant File Counter Claim For Loss
Sutalned Jack Denson'a Truant Boy
The case of tbe Nebraska Mutual
Hail Insurance company vs. A. J.
August! n was taken up in Justice Ar
cher'a court today before the following
named jury: C. L. Marshall, Andy
Dill, Jamea Herold and B. L. Kirk
ham. As has been previously announced
in these columns, this case was first
taken up before Justice Wood of Louis
ville, who rendered judgment by de
fault, but the latter ruling was set
aside upon the application of defend
ant for a change of venue. The plain
tiff seeks to recover the sum of $28.80,
which is claimed to be due as assess
ments upon certain crops insured by
the company for the defendant. As a
counter claim, the defendant alleges
that during tbe time said crops were
insured they were damaged by hail to
the extent of about $200.
Attorney Rose of Lincoln and the
general manager and secretary of the
company were present to give their
side of the case. Their contention is
that at the time the domage to the
crops was sustained, they had not ad
vanced sufficiently to enable the owner
or officers of the company to determire
the extent of the loss.
Matthew Gering and B. Cecil Jack
conducted tbe defense.
The jury had not returned a verdict
as The News goes to press.
Runaway Boy Located.
Constable Jack Denson's son, Henry,
who was mentioned in The News last
Tuesday as having mysteriously dis
appeared from his home, has finally
been located. Mr. Denson received a
letter this morning from his cousin,
John Campbell, at Union, stating that
the lad was down at his place, having
arrived there Wednesday evening.
The boy evidently made the trip on
foot,and the rainy weather and muddy
condition of the roads must have con
vinced him that "seeing the world"
was not Buch a continuous, never
changing round of amusement as be
had figured it out to be.
The father telephoned to Union im
mediately after receiving tbe letter,
and arranged for having tbe truant re
turned to his home. Mr. Denson now
has one son in the reform school at
Kearney who is Tioing fairly well, but
he does not wish to have Henry sent
there unless he finds it impossible to
do anything with him.
OVERDOSE OF NEISVE TONIC
NEWS BKIEFLY TOLD.
May Cause the Death of Omaha's Cele
The following from the Omaha News
in regard to Hans Albert,tho violinist,
who has appeared in concerts in this
city on several occasion's, will be of
"Hans Albert, one of Omaha's tal
ented violinists, is confined to his
room, and is in an excceedingly criti
cal condition, as the result of an over
dose of nerve tonic, which contained a
small quantity of arsenic. Instead of
taking ten drops of the medicine as
prescribed, Albert figured that if ten
drops would better his condition, forty
drops would render a greater benefit
in proportion, and he accordingly took
four times tbe regular amount. The
medicine began to have its effect, and
fearing that it would have fatal results
Albert sent in haste for his friend, Jos
eph Gahm, who, when he saw the con
dition of his friend, summoned Dr. Mc-
Clanahan and Bent for Father McGov-ern.
"This was Wednesday noon and Al
bert's condition is not reported to be
any better today, and, in fact he is
"Two years ago Albert attempted to
commit suicide by taking morphine,
but his friends insist that his present
condition is the result of an accident."
A Splendid Train.
At 12:4-5 tomorrow afternoon the J.
I. Case Threshing Machine company
of Racine, Wis., will run a special
train through this city over the Bur
lington enroute to Lincoln. The train
will consist of twenty-five cars loaded
with farm machinery, such as separa
tors, traction and farm engines and all
parts of threshing machines.
A band of colored musicians will ac-
oomDany the train, and they will fur
nish music during the stop of twenty
minutes in this city. The train runs
on schedule time, thus avoiding de
lays, and those who wish to take ad
vantage of an opportunity to 6ee this
splendid train should be at the depot
promptly at 12:45 tomorrow afternoon.
Today at high noon afthe residence
of Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Norton, just
north of town, occurred the marriage
of their youngest daughter Elizebeth
to Dr. Fred Reed, of Black Hawk, Col.,
Rev. S. I. Uanford performed the
ceremony in tbe presence of a few
relatives of the contracting parties.
These young people have been
reared in Weeping Water and belong
to our most highly respected families.
The bride is the daughter of this
city's first mayor, and an estimable
young lady, highly cultured and a
favorite among her associates.
The groom is the youngest eon 'of
the late William Reed and wife, who
were among the first pioneers of this
state. He is an exemplary young
Dan and is acquiring a reputation of
note as a physician in his new home
In Colorado where they will reside
after a visit of a few weeks here.
Every body will join The Republican
In wishing the young couple happiness
and suoooss. Woeplng Water Republican.
A. W. Atwood sells the best paint on
Use Devoe's paint and be 6ure of
The wall paper samples are now
ready at Gericg & Co.'s.
H. R. Neitzel and wife came in tbi
morning from Murdock.
Remember the ice cream social at
John Hall's Friday evening.
O Mayor-elect Tom Parmele transacted
business in the metropolis tcday.
County Clerk Robertson is looking
after some business interests in Louij
vilie. A full stock of dry plates in amateur
sizes at Gering &Co.. Highest grade
Dr. George H. Gilniore of Murray
was a business visitor in the city last
We take picture? on any kind of a
day fair or cioujy; rain or shine.
Keedy & Co.
Dedication of Grace M. E. church of
Murdock, April 29. All are invited
to be with us.
Keedy & Co's. photograph gallery is
over Oliver's meat market. Call and
see their work.
If you want pictures taken in your
homes Keedy & Co. will be glad to ac
J. E. Worley, who has been working
on the Journal, returned to his borne
in Elm wood today.
A. S. Will last evening shipped three
fine Pole Angus bull calves to his
ranch at Akron, Colo.
If you want a new spring suit, made
in the latest style, call on Hudecek &
McElroy in Rockwood block.
More medicine in one bottle of Syrup
of Trifoleum than in ooe half dozen
bottles of ordinary Sarsaparilla, etc.
Weckbach & Co. have purchased a
fine match team of black horses from
Dr. Iiobbs of E'm wood, paying $150
John T. Coleman's entire stock will
be sold this month at less than whole
sale price, as he will not Ixs in business
hero after May 1.
Si Meirs, the Elmwcol liveryman,
was in town today. He brought in the
team which Weckbach & Co. pur
chased from Dr. Iiobbs.
Cuts, wound?, burns, sprains and
bruises quickly heal if you apply Bal
lard's snow liniment. Price 23 cts and
50 cts. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Syrup Trifolium compound is not an
ordinary patent medicine, but is made
after a well established formula, which
has stood the test for efficiency. Ger
ing & Co.
All my cut glass must be sold this
month,- as it cannot be shipped as eas
ily as jewelery. Call and get some of
it at less than cost. John T. CoU-
Syrup of Trifoleum compound is not
a cure-ill, but it is the best remedy on
earth for impurities of the blood; nie
ther does it require a half dozen bot
tles to do tbe work.
EIOUT MILK (iKHVE.
TheE4Ster rain was much apprec
iated. Mr. and Mis. Bert Satchell were in
Charlia Perry visited over Sunday
with friends at Malcomb.
A. S. and Newton Will took some of
their western horses to Omaha last
The work that has been done at the
cemetery adds greatly to its appear
ance. Mr. and Mis. Jake Lohnos enjoyed a
visit from the latter' parents one day
Miss Cassie Morrow of Plattsmouth
spent Saturday and Sunday at this
place the guest of Miss Dora Will.
Robert Metteer returned to his home
in E'm wood Wednesnay after spending
several days in this vicinity visiting
his grand daughter, Mrs. AddUon
Kiser and other friend?.
While at work on his father's farm
Friday of last week Tom Will discov
ered a wolf's den which, upon examin
ation, he found to contain five young
wolve?, which he at once proceeded to
dispatch. This add $-5 to Tom's
Suit on a Promiasory Note.
The case of Ella Higgins vs. John
Bornman was on trial today in county
court before Judge Douglass. The
plaintiff in this action seeks to recover
the sum of $500 on a promissory note.
In August, 1898, it appears, John
Bornman gave his brother, Charles, a
note in the sum of $500, on condition
that the latter would not contest his
father's will. He afterwards sold said
note to Eila Higgins. The defendant
now refuses to honor the document,
claiming it was procured by fraud.
C. S. Polk appeared for the plaintiff
and Byroi. Clark ana C. A. Rawls for
After learning the facts in the case,
a verdict was rendered in favor of the
plaintiff in the full amount eued for,
together with interest on the same
from August 31, 1S9S, amounting to
"I think De Witt's little early risers
are the best pills in the world," says
W. E. Lake,' Happy Creek, Va. Ihey
remove all obstructions of the liver and
bowels, act quickly and never gripe.
F. G. Fricke & Co.
The kind acts and words of friends
and neighbors during the sickness and
death of our beloved wife and mother
shall never be forgotten.
Tom Jultax and Family.
Even the most vigorous and hearty
people have at times a feeling of weari-
nPH3 and lnjasitnrta Tn k;
w a vr U1C 11113 ltd
in - take Ilerblnp! it urill i
and vitality. Price 50 cents. F. G.
t ricKe ac V-0
A HAPPY SOCIAL EVENT
Silver AVedtling Anniversary of
Mr. and 31 rs. 1$. EUon,
Large Number of Their Friends Spend a
Delightfully Pleasant Evening In
Honor of tbe Occasion Host and
Hostess Receive Many Beautiful
A very brilliant and highly enjoy
able social affair was the party given
Wednesday evening by Mr. andkMrs.
Benjamin Elson in commemoration of
the twenty-fifih anniversary of their
wedding day. Tbe beautiful rooms
were ablazs with light the soft glow
of candles bringing out the beauties of
tbe floral decorations and casting be
coming light on the many pretty gowns
of the guests.
Miases Leonard, Fricke, Clark, El
son and Barbara Gering assisted in the
dining room and served daintily tbe
Congratulations and beautiful gifts
were showered upon Mr. and Mrs. El
son, and, while the mandolin club
played sweet music Rev. Burgess read
an original poem entitled, "Silver
Wedding Bell," Miss Elson placing
upon her mother's head the wedding
wreath of orange blossoms worn by
her when twenty-five years ago she be
came the bride of Mr. Elton.
Mrs. Elson wore a beautiful combi
nation gown of violet ana black, with
white silk co.-sage, white point lace
and a bouquet of, heliotrope. Miss
Elson was prettily gowned in palepink
with pink rosea.
Miss Cagney sang delightfully dur
ing the evening. Mrs. Wise and Mrs.
Root assisted through the rooms. Mrs.
Root and Myron Elon presented each
guest with a carnation boutonier on
leaving the dining room. Miss Rita
Clark and Miss Rose Wintersteeu
made the guests welcome at the door.
Dancing to the music of the mandolin
club was also an enjoyaole feature of
this evening that will form a marked
epoch in the lives of the host and host
ess, their many friends expressing a
hope on leaving that they might be
with them on the anniversarv of their
The guests wore : Messrs. and Mes
dames F. G. Fricke, Henry Boeck, S
M. Chapman, A. Clark, J. L.Root, A
N. Sullivan, J. N. Wise, E. W. Cook,
James Robertson, Dave Miller, Thos
Kempster, L. D. Bennett, C. M. Dul
ler, F. S. WThite, F. A. Murphy, L
St lomon.J. Pepperberg, R. O. Fel
lows, E. R. Todd, J. I. Unruh and
Mesdames Travis, James Herold, Wil
son, Wintersteen, Johns, McEntee, F.
D. LehnhofT, McLennan of Lincoln,
and Misses Gass, Johns, Wintersteen,
Cagney and Lehuh- IT and Messrs. 1',
1'. Gass, A. Helps and G. L. Farley.
WANT NEIUCASKA HOUSES.
Or eat Britain Buying Aninntln la Thin
State for Use In South Africa.
From the plains of Nebraska to the
velts of South Africa thousands of
horses will go to strengthen Britain's
invading armies, says the Omiha Hoe,
Hundreds are on" the way and others
are being contracted for by agents of
the Entflish government. Shipments
are now beintr made out of Omaha and
other points in the state at the rate of
several carloads a week.
In its campaign for the subjugation
of the Boers England has discovered
an important fact. The horse is an
important as the man. The nobility
and successful strategy of tbo soldiers
of Oora Paul are largely due to the use
of horses. In order to be on an equal
footing, so to speak, with their enemy
the British "forces must be mounted.
Horses must be supplied to all the foot
soldiery now in the field. Others will
have to bo sect to replace tho animals
who have died and are dying through
hard usage and from the effects of a
hostile clime and Boer bullets.
The American horse, and more es
pecially the western horse, is what the
British war office has decided to be the
best for the purpose. The small, hardy
broncho, easily sustained, is the ideal
H. n. Robertson, representing Wol
cott, Beers & Co, of Kansas City, is
one of the agents here at the present
time buying horses for Lord Roberts'
army. He admitted this to be the ob
ject of his visit in a conversation at
the Merchants' hotel. Ho was busy
consulting with stock dealers from dif
ferent p;irts of the state.
"I expect to ship three c-.rloads out
tomorrow and to make about three
trips a week for six or eight weeks,"
he F&id. "From hera the horses go to
Kansas City. They are inspected there
and then sent over the Memphis route
to New Orleans to be put on vessels
for "Capetown. The horses in Missouri,
Nebraska and the western plains s'ates
are most desirable."
It is estimated that the B itish gov
ernment wants 30,000 to 35.000 Ameri
can horses. The wastage of horses in
the campaign thus far is said to have
been nearly 5,000 monthlv.
llaeides compelling recognition of
the superiority of the American pro
duct this war has shown the need of
the horse in modern warfare. While
electricity, steam, tho bicycle and the
automobile have largely displaced the
horse in civil life, the soldier needs
him more than ever in his business.
SlOO Reward SIOU.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thprph? riestrnvincr the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient strength by build
ing up the constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have so much
laith m its curative powers tnat tnev oner
Hundred Dollars lor any case that it fails to cure.
Send lor list ol testimonials. - .
Address. K.J. henby &Co.. Toledo. O.
Sold by Prugsrists 75c
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Prepared by masters in their work
C. A. F. Dehniner went to Omaha
Carrie Wurts visited Mrs. A. J. Tool
last Saturday and Sunday.
George Buell purchased a Kimball
piano in Omaha last Saturday.
Belle Eads, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. E. O. Holmes, re
turned to Fremont Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Wolf intend leaving
for Omaha and Madison next Tuesday
for. a protracted stay among relative?.
The father of our dentist, Dr. R. L.
Newell, from Blair, made his son a
very pleasant three-days' visit this
William Rodenberg received word
that his aged mother, residing in Min
nesota, was seriously ill. He left for
her bedside Sunday mornine.
Quito a number of people attended
the fair given by the Catholic church
in Weeping Water Wednesday even
ing. They report a large attendance
and a good time.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bnrnemeier will bo sorry to
learn of the death of their first born
aged two year9 which occurred
Died April 13, at the homo of her
son-in-law. Christian Gurr, Mrs. Buch
holtz, after a protracted illoees of
three years. She was buried from
the Evangelical church Sunday after
noon, Rev. Soul oljciating. Peace to
Ed Morrison, who camo here three
weeks ago and started the Murdock
Times, a very promising: infant, has
sold out to Darwin J. Vanscoyoc of
Louisville, who will endeavor to de
velop some of its promising features.
It is hoped he will not be disappointed.
Married Thursday afternoon at the
home of tho bride, Carl Kupke and.
Anna Schroeder. They are both most
estimable young people and havo a
host of well-wishers. They will goto
housekeeping immediately on the old
Kupke homestead, where everything
has been made reidy for this reception.
of Pearl-handled Pocket
Knives', suitable for pres
ents SI. 00 TO S2.25.
0 B. A. McELWAIN,
County Kimnl Mrrttiid.
Plattsmouth, April 17. Theboaid
met pursuant to adjournment with all
members present. The minutes of the
last meeting wero read and approved.
The bond of the City National bank
of Weeping Water as county deposi
tory was approved.
The contract of J. M. Neely, county
physician sixth district, was signed
and bond apprcqed. Ollicial bond of
II. Stoll, overneer ruiid district No 42,
was approved .
Following claims were allowed on
J P Falter, salary and expense. .$17 00
Turner Zitik, siiiio 15 00
J W Cox, same 13 45
G F House worth, f.es 27 (7
W C Smith, institute 23 00
C II Smith, envelopes 22 40
Pi atts mouth Water Co, r. nt 31 83
Plattsmouth t-ity, eras IS 25
W II Rboades, work 1 00
EL Wiihams,shaving d ad m m
Omaha Printing-Co, supplies 3 oO
J P Cooke & Co, stamps 45
W HassW, repairs at poor farm. 2 00
D B Ebers:ile, repairs to grader 15 15
E D Cummins, h rto to poor
ftrm '. 125 00
Ktlly Fox, juror certificate 12 00
J D McBride, bailiff cortific ite.. 50 00
John Tutt, juror certificate. 20 00
B C Marquardt,mdse to poor 6 00
Evening News, printing 11 2j
W E Failing, mdso to poor 5 00
Bennett & Tutt, nrae 22 04
John Kopia, same 5 00
Frank Baird, boarding jury 2 23
Pioneer Saving & Lonn Co, rent
for poor 14 00
W A D.ivis, same 2 50
County ju3ge,fee5, State vs Mur
phy, 1S70 R.fuscd
Fee bill, State vs Kellogg 25 28
Same, insane case A Ander?on. . 57 50
Same, A J Cable CG 5)5
Same, H II Eggors 55 76
Same, State vs Lee 2 63
Same 84 2S
Same. Hartraan S 15
Same, J D Jones 43 75
Coroner's report, inquest C Shel
by 40 40
F M Rlchey, lumber 43 50
Daily Post, printing 15 50
A contract was signed with N. D.
Talcot as county physician, fifth dis
trict, and bond approved.
Woodmen Visit Omaha.
From Thursday's Daily.
Some forty members of the local
camp of the Modern Woodmen of Am
erica wont to Omaha last evening to
visit a camp at that place. Tho boys
returned on No. 6 early this morning,
and all report a good time. The
Omaha c imp furnished tho boys with
a fine luncheon, and later in tho even
ing invited them to their hall to wit
ness initiatory ceremonies and other
amusements which had been especially
arranged for this occasion.
The crowd consisted of the follow
ing: Harry Barthoid, William Uudig,
George Koehnke, Frank Curtiss, Lo
gan Brown, Emmons Ptak, M. C. Joy,
Will Witherow, Ed Egenberger, Wil
liam Carstens, Frank McCarty, B. A.
McElwain. John Cory, Ld Ackerman,
Henry Goos, Will Burbee, Henry Ger
ing., Free Brown, Wes Bookmeyer, D.
B. Smith, Vul Burkel, John Schulhof,
Cliff Tidd, 11 jbert Sherwood, jr., J. R.
Sanders, James Kinkead, W. J. Mc
Fadden, William Kroehler, Albert
Hunger, Carenca Fry, Ames Klein,
Will Smith and John Kalaseck.
NE.W : ADVERTISEMENTS
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Promote, a iiuun.ni growm.
Never Faile to Hertore Ormy
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cured c;p iiMM h.ir tailing.
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THE WISE and
A,-o v on wi-i- r nr uu f.-ourb?
Th - who wt.- r t; 'ji- k to p-
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D"v an l t)o u: .t tin? tiftol f' tho
p IVrMlll .
We have a Beauty at $1.50. S e them in our w si window.
ThG "Boss" Clothiers.
E. G. DOVEY & SON.
JFe are now prepared to show you the
largest stock of Spring and Summer Goods
ever "brought to the city. Our goods were pur
chased at last year's prices, which means
THE LOWEST, and we aie giving our
patrons the benefit.
All the latest Novelties in Tailor-made Suiting's,
Cheviots, Coverts, Poplins, Venetians and Serges.
An elegfant line of Silks in blacks and colors
bought direct from the mills.
In imported Dimities, Egyptian Tissues, Satin
Stripe Dimities, Foulards, etc. Best shirting
prints, 5c; fine line of Ginghams regular 15c
kind for 10c ; nearl3r 100 styles to select from.
Shoes, Shoes !
J. L Ca-son, Prothonotary, Wash
ington, Pa., says: "I have found Kodol
Dyspet si cure an excellent remedy In
case of stoo:s.ch trouble, and have de
rived great benefit from its use." It
digests what you eat and cannot fil to
cure. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Shinn keeps a full supply of candies.
fruits and nuts. Waterman block.
f sk fs BRANDED
f ClJ ON EVERY
We are sole agents
And Budd's Baby
and Child's Shoes
Everything in EMBROIDERIES, LACES
and YOKING S.
We are the recognized leaders in
this department and carry the
larest stock in the county.
Call and see our line All
wool 2-ply Ingrains at 5')c, and
our ver' best, Extra Superb, at
65c; present value, 75c.
Made and Put Vown for $i .
We are still showing the best
Window Shade in town for 35c.
Lace Curtains from $1 per pair
tip. We are showing
Spreads Like Wlldtlre.
When things are "the best" they be
come "tbe best selling-" Abraham
Hare, a leading druggist,of Belleville,
()., writes: "Electric Bitters are the
best selling bittero I have handled in
20 years. You know why? Most diseases
begin in disordersof the stomach,liver,
k!dneys,bowels, blood and nerves. Elec
tric Bi iters tones up the stomach, reg
ulates liver, kidneys and bowels, puri
fies tho blood, strengthens the nerves,
hence cures many maladies. It builds
up the entire system, puts new life and
vigor into any weak, sickly, run-down
man or woman. Knee ouc. soidi?.i
Fricke & Co., druggist.
IliiW For Chorch Ualldinsr.
The trustees of the First Methodist
Episcopal church of Plattsmouth, Neb.,
will receive bids for the erection of a
new church building. Plans and epe
cifications may be 6een at the office
of C. S. Polk All bids must be sub
mitted on or before May 5, 1900.
The trustees reserve tbe right to re
ject any and all bids. By order of the
board of trustees.
R. B. Windham, President.
S. A. Davis, Secretary.
The Vienna bakery now has a bread
wagon, and anyone wishing bread de
livered at their homes can leave or
ders at the 6tore or call up Nebraska
telphone No. 216.
W. II. Shipmnn, Beards'ey, Minn.,
under oath, says ho suffered from dys
pepsia for 25 years. Doctors and diet
ing gave but little relief. Finally be
used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and now
eats what he like and as much as he
wants, and he feels like a new man.
It digests what you eat. F. G. Fricke
I am going to give a special low
price on all kinds of eilverware this
month. If you need anything in this
line I can save you 50 cents on the
dollar. John T. Coleman, jeweler.
Purify the Blood,
Care Blotches. Im-
0 cent 25 cent
PATTON & BULGER,
J Shop 27S
( Res. 75
"No family can afford to be wit hout
Ono Minute Cough Cure. It will stop
a cough and cure a cold quicker than
any other medicine," writes C. W.
Williams, Sterling Run, Pcnn. It
cures croup, bronchitis and all throat
and lung troubles and prevents con
sumption. Pleasant and harmless. F.
G. F. icke & Co.
Tiy TnE News a week 10c.
J. I. Unruh and T. Janda
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sicklleadache.Gastralgia. Cramps, and
all other results of Imperfect digestion
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