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- " " . . ,. "7 . final settlement Notice.
KnBMn T nnnnnnn for the short in their certincaie 01
DEMAND IS REFDSED rdsSLSS
. have been nominated for the long
County Board Will Not Set Aside
the Bridge Contract.
HARRY HILL TOO EXPENSIVE.
A Movement on Foot to Kemee Him To
the Penitentiary to Se For Bii
Some two weeks ago the statement
was exclusively made in these columus
ti.at- n a. Hooth. through his at-
tuuv - ' ,
torneys, was preparing to make a de
mand on the county county commis
sioners that they set aside the county
bridging contract, recently let to J. It.
Sheely & Co., of Lincoln at S3.S5 per
ft and readvertise for bids. The
correctness of The Journal's state
ment has been proven in the fact that
Mr. Booth's demand was presented to
the county board yesterday and tl
latter ho.lv Dromntly refused to heed
the notice, whereupon notice was
given that mandamus poceedirgs
would be instituted before Judge
Chapman on April 10 to compel the
board to set aside the contract. Booth,
it will be remembeied, was a bidder
for the work and his attorneys, u. vj
Dwyer and Byron Clark, set up as a
cause of action that the advertisement
for bids for the bridge work was not
done in conformance with the statutes.
of the supreme court
on a bridge muddle into which Saun
ders county was drawn, is said tore
quire that the advertisement Btate
specifically the dimensions, etc., for
every new bridge contemplated to be
built when the estimated cost of the
structure will exceed S100. xne auvei
tisement on which the recent contract
was let, failed to set out the different
bridges which the board will order
constructed, and for this reason Booth
and his attorneys hope to impress the
commissioners that they erred in
the letting of the contract. The case
promises to be warmly contested.
Can you afford to throw away a dol
lar? If you can't, get my prices vu
wall paper and save a dollar.
Brown s riiAK-uAi. i .
Litt of Letter!
Pumiimnir 111) called for in the post-
office at Plattsmouth April 3, for week
ending March 27, 1894:
Cremer.J.M. Darling, Andrew
Koke, Clem Major, Mrs. Nellie
c....,h q a Smith, Minnie
Persons calling for any of the above
letters or parcels will please say aa
vertised." II. J. STREIgut. a . l.
final settlement Notice
In the matter of the estate of Jesse B. Ryan, de
ceasea. .......nnni, Vphraake.
in tne cOU"i, uu
police is uenruy & . - - -
Kyan deceased, has made application for final
settlement. '7 VhV h .iVvT.f
at mv oniceai riauniuouvu, kii mo j -
April. A. D . 184. at 10 o'clock a. m. on said
"l "1' . . ,V . oil noiannE inter-
day : at wnicu time uu f"". r- rr.y
ested may be present and examine Raid ac
counts. B.S. KAMSEY, UOUniyJUUBc
Plattsmouth, Alarcn Jiai. irw.
The Morgan Spading Harrow
SALE STILL ON.
Don't buv last year's Wall Paper
when you have an opportunity to
buy the newest thin out In the line,
and from one of the finest selections
in the city.
There has been a preat revolu
tion in wall p-per. Anyone failing
t,"eemvBtock will fall U seethe
latest and at prices as low as the
The same rule applies to my stock
of Drugs. I'aluU and Oils.
PRV;S. 51 Ma,n Street.
This ad euauses each week.
rm )m lulled dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that can not
be cured by Hall's catarrh cure.
P .1. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
iit .u-, nn.lpricned have Known
F J Cheney for the last fifteeu years,
and 'believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transaction mm uu
ancially able to carry out any obliga
a n K their firm.
ro, c. t i, rr a v. wholesale druggists.
ToedO, O. W ALBINO. KIN'NAN &
Marvin, wholesale aruggisis, iukuu,
is takPB inter
nally, acting diiectly upon the blood
and mucous ennaces or iue ajo.
I Price 75c. per bottle Sold by all drug
gists. Testimonials free.
nr. Marshall. DENTIST Fitzger-
I aid block.
. , . t . i ... ..-,...., .1 l la tout
fault if you keep anv thing that doe not suit
wo want vnnr eood will and will strive to
gain it by tairaeanng.
Men's Clothiiis. Sale.
iiukir fii.ui.pil i7o nd for
. . t ....L.n..nih i. nr iii the ijur-
chasing pow er of a dollar, this sale hus neier
bau an equal. iucbk ic i-- -
our Immense assortment:
I r.t "n 117S men's stylish suits for spring.
17 fO values at ti 25.
i r,. fnnlit.vsD-ils. eleuantly tailored.
worth iH 25. now ti 75.
l ot No 3-Flne tnahackemo CHSslmere stilts.
? 00 values at 15 75.
. - . i . . ,- u,irl 1 1 up wnrnted
1.01 ."NO. - uciiuiuv . .
suits, round and straifim eui, ptum
. . ... . .It ... K
SU1P. worm in w. m i .v.
T.t-vo r Mon-a tirllhh Mirfiie suits in swell
Ij't ' " - J i r, J , ,
effects, at 115.00; house value, eiu.o".
ion men's blHck English clay and corkscrew
worsted 5uits. bound, in sack, and cutaway.
ilVOO and M6.50 values at 10.fK.
T ffi p
o I H
Hill ! Too Expenale.
The board of county commissioners
have arrived at the conclusion that the
keeping of Murderer Harry Hill is
costing the county of Cass entirely too
much money. Since his case has been
appealed to tbe supreme court, and his
execution deferred until next October,
he will probably be taken to Lincoln
and confined in the state penitentiary.
tt, nnnfinprnent in the county jail re
quires the employment of guards for
night and day service, and the expense
of boarding and guarding him is in the
neighborhood of 5 00 per day. It
would cost the county much less to
have him kept at the penitentiary.
Tbe board intended to go to Lincoln
today to make arrangements for his
transfer, but changed their plans and
postponed their trip.
WKEPINCl WATER NOTES
From the Eag'.e.
The republican postmaster atPlatts
mouth still holds to his job, :tndGrover
Dave Woodard tried to sell a team
on the streets last Saturday for a 26
board bill. A fifteen dollar bid was the
best he could get on them.
County Commissioner John Hayes
nav that the prisoner. Hill, will have
to go to the pen to await the action of
the supreme court, if be has any influ
ence in the matter. He does not favor
keeping him in clover at the expense
of Cass county.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mattison va
cated their South Bend farm last Sat
urday after a residence on the same
for twenty-nine years, arriving in this
city the same eveniDg, taking up tem
porary quarters at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. JamesClizbe.
Attorney John A. Davies, the silver
tipped orator from the ancient city on
the Platte, was a caller at tnese neaa
quarters Monday, where his presence
is ever welcome and Lis music as
pleasant to listen to as when he
charmed the assembled wisdom of the
solons of Nebraska.
Matt Gering is entited to a new suit
nf rlnthinir lor his valiant efforts to
secure the liberty of the self-confessed
murderer. Harry Hill. Any printshop
will supply the base of the material
(ink), any goose the trimmings, a car
riage from a fence rail could be se
cured to give the gentleman a free
Poland China Piga for Sale.
Thirty two head of fall pigs, both
sexes, weighing from 100 to 150 lbs.,
price $15 each. Eli M. Smith, Union,
Otto Mutz, a former Cass county
citizen, but now of Keya Paha county,
is m the city renewing his acquain
tance with old friends.
Omaha ain't in it with me now
.rhn it rnmes to nrices on wall paper,
and it is the same way w ltu uruga,
paints and oils.
iVan-ted to buy A good work
f.nm win tn 1000 rtounds. Ad-
dress box 459. city.
'.. ni ha ripnpd with the mild
and lasting effects of the Japanese
Liver l'eiieis. i.ry mem. j
Fricke & Co.
Consumption. Bronchitis, Catanrh. and all
diseases of the respiratory organs are of like
germ origin, and it is only lately that they have
been successfully treRled ..... .
In nixo. taken bv steam inhalation. Ameri
can scientists have sue eeded, where Koch and
Pasteur failed, in perfecting a cure that cibes.
For particulars address California Chemical
,Vork, Omaha, Neb. 13-14
Boys and Children
275 children suits, assorted double and single
breastfd. light and dark shades, well made,
values at i.s.-.
a... i . . ........ irtmmpil with hmid.
double and single breasted, worth M 60 and
Something new at Hayden Bros, in children's
suits a laree line of junior combination and
reefers at half of regular clothing house prices.
Ail we ask is for the ladies to csll and see for
Hoy" strong and neat knee pants go at'ilc.
Boys' durable long pants at lest prices go at
aoc anu t;e.
...... i.. rAi m.r floAk and milll-
nery departments and they are now showing a
J ' . .. i..A n ii .1 iiuaannflh p line
most complete, aurai-mc "...v."
of these gooda. We Invite special atieutioa to
Free ! Free ! !
... , i . . .... iri u v , f (im wherebv
v e nave juki u.-s" -v'" t" "j. r .,..
each purchaser receives couponstortheamouiu
purchased, and when these eoupons amount to
&5 no thev will entitle the holder to one of sev
eral handsome gifts whlcu are on uispi iu
Mail orders promptly attended to
16th and Dodge Sts.,
HAS PROVEN TO BE A MOST REMARKABLE MACHINE
a t Gil a Innrr felt need -something you have long been locking for, viz: A machine that will put
A t fn andinJ stafks when the g?ound is wet, do a nice job and not clog. For pulverizing fall or
SZgnotvSl. Thevwete, sold aU ov, "the east last year and, although ,n-
,nJ fh. hafon J owned it for a short time, he cannot pra.se it too highly.
aituv w - -
The Morgan Spading Cultivator
1 in thp imnlement market.
15 l LOHMANN M mouth have '"Ty ,hese two
MEIblNUt-K. S Lwmin ii frmer are reauested to call at our headquarters at Platts-
chines for this territory and Cass county farmers are These are all we
SVrAcT THE IMPLEMENT MARKET.
Meisin2:er & Lohmann,
Dealers in all kinds of Farm Implements and agent, for the Celebrated Mor-
sail Spading Harrow and Spading Cultivator.
In the district court of Cass county Nebraska,
in the matter of the estate of Henry Mertens,
deceased Notice of sale of real estate.
order of Samuel M. Chapman iudKe of the
dNtrlct court of Cass county, Nebratka. ma.ie
Bale or tne rem csmic ucicwi- ;
there will be sold at the south door of the court
Sntheasth day of April. A. 1., I8M. a .10
o'clock a. m.. at public vendue to the highest
bidder for cash, the following described real
estate, tnwit: Lot twenty. (20) in section
weniy uiue w
(14), and lot four (4). in the south-west q""'"
of the southwest quarter a "".-;." '
of section seventeen ( IT) and lot three (3) in tne
southeast quarter or me
(S E Vt of the S W H of section seventeen 1.1.
all In township twelve 121, range thirteen, 13
c.i .oia win remain nnen one rjour.
Dated the 5ih day of April. A. P..
Administrator of the estate of Henry Mertens,
oeceaseu. . ...... , r. o
h. crimn. atfv for administrator. l.Vd
More stylish better made and cheaper than
Pricas range from 18.00 to 150.00.
COME AM) SEE VS.
H 1 SCOFIELD
VJi lt Cloaks. Suits. Furs
Notice to Creditors.
8TATBOP NEBaABKA, I
In the matter of the estate of Anna Mary
Kern, aeceaseu . .
C- ., ' i .v.- .imn that thv claima and
. i . . 1 1 ,.nru,.i.. a r n n u f Ann. MflrT
aemanns ui an ---
Earn deceased, late of said county and state,
will be received, eiamined and adjusted by the
countycourtatthe court house In Plattsmouth
ontheatnaay otuciuucr.A u, isn, i -in
the forenoon. And that six monthB from
Hnd after tbe 5th day of April A. 1J ,
1894. is the time limited for creditors of said
deceased to present their claims for examina
tion and allowance.
Oiven u.ider my hand this 30th day of March,
A. I., 1894. B- s- Kamsey.
F. S. WHITE,
V.ain Street, Piatt sraou h.
Teas and roffees Unexcelled.
nrtice Bros.' Olfbrated
CANNED G OODS.
SOLE AGENT FOR
DiiUim.'v MINNESOTA FLOUR,
Tbe "XXXX" and "liest" wranus.
t ' m t o ,i Itlork.
Cor. lth and Farnain
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE: Second floor of tbe Todd Mock, east
OI uv i;utii i uuuoc.
AFTER. 0?E BKrOP.E TITW AHH ALT. f?i.n.
Down They Go !
Pioneer Crockery House.
Pottery Hnd Glass from All tounin,
1318 Farnam Sreet., 0WUH, EB.
A handsome white Mercer China dinner set.
tl2.00- . a', iiii r
Handsome decoratei ainner t. "
Complete decorated Toilet Set, with Jar, 5.00
t0Vieiwr8 and purchasers equally welcome.
EVERY STITCH WARRANTED.
One and on-half inch traces rctlon pads thfouv.h nch
best team harness in Cass county for the money.
The city council meets on Monday
night to canvass the returns of Tues
Hav'a election. It was thought for a
while that the council would have to
deal with a contest case from the Fifth
ward, but now it is not probable that
any effort will be made to deprive Mr.
Tutt of a seat in the council, to which
he has been elected. According to the
letter of the law our republican friends
had no candidates for councumen in
that ward. The mayor's proclamation
calling the election speciQcally states
that one member was to be elected for
the regular term and one to flll va
cancy, and the primary officers failed
to designate which candidate was in
tended for the long term and which
Final Settlement Notice.
In the matter of the estate of Harriet Burns
In the county court of Cass county, eb.
Notice U hereby Riven that A. W. wmte
administrator of the estate of the said Harriet
Burns deceased, has made application ior j
rlnal settlement, ana mat saia cauniiKuvr
hearing at mv office at Plattsmou h. on the 3d
day of Mav.'A. D . 1894. at ten o'clock a. m.,
on said day ; at which time and place all persons
inierested roav be present and examine said
B. 8. Ramsey, County Judge.
Plattsmooth.yeb., April 2, 1814. 53
Notice of Probate of Will.
Statk op Nebraska, es
tiSI ,LTI. )
In county court In the matter of the last will
and testament of Benjamin Tlnkham, de
once is nereoy kivcii iunt nu mc ""J
April, J. ' a, me wiuvc v. . . . . .
judge in Piatt mouth, Cass county, Nebraska at
the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon the f ol-
lowing maner w in ue urri u .
The petition of Sarah A. Tlnkham to adroit to
probate an attested copy the last will and testa
ment of Benjamin Tinkhnm, deceased, late of
Warren county, state of Illinois, and for letters
testamentary to said Sarah A. Tlnkham.
Dated this 20th day of March A. D.. 1SM.
By order of the court.
15-3 B. 8. Ka M9ET, Connty Judge
is an arbitrary word used to designate the
only bow (ring) which cannot be pulled o&
Tbe bow ha a rre'
on cacn ena. .-
! VV,Cry rum down inaide the
HJLl nsniiant (atemi ana
firmly lockine the
bow to the pendant,
05KTTs.N bo that it caanot be
or twitted off.
t. .;t;.i nreents the loss cf the
watch by theft, and atoidi injury to it from
IT CAN ONLY BE HAD with
Ja. Boa Filled or other watch
caaea bearing thie trade mark -
All watch dealers sell them without extra cost.
A watah caaa opener will ba sent Iraa la an, ana
by the manufacturers.
KeystoneWatch Case Co.,
Jas. P- Ant ill's
New Ojster Parlor
Opposite Watrrman Block.
Oysters In all styles. Fried oysters a specialty.
For a Kod Steak or T.unch call on Jim.
H. A. WATERMAN & SON,
Lumber and Coal.
Mendota coal . . -
llaid coal ....
Canon City coal
. io. no
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, COHSDMPTION,
tr hook free. Three months' treatment
to TiAVIs tto STONE,
itoom 33, dourihs block. Oiiialia, Keb.
Cor. Wth and Dodge Ms. v""""i
Wkre- mr-m' ww - .T
OSS' ln ZA lJ T fram Soli Ab-
1. trxc.iv u. ot .imulnt. Kff-pt mt
..... Nitfllt JCmitWlonit, orimm
Vow-r cured nr mony returned by u.inr
,T. W. JOBXSOI.
... . TTiM..l TII. KEB.
Capital paid In $50,000
J VV Johnson. W. D. Mfrriam Wm. Weten
. ,1 h.nVinff business transacted. In
terest allowed on deposits.
THl FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Capital, paid up ... $30,000
OFFICERS: .. .
Jobs Fitzoebld V-V.ini
F E "'TK Cashier
S. W acoh
John Fitztrerald, D. .kwo"hlf- E" W hUe'
. i iho rttkrPHtH ftf CU8-
tomers Collections made and promptly -remit,
ted for! Hiehest market price T-aid for county
Warrants ana state auu tuuu.j -
II. J. Streight.
'..ay and Pen-
. I I fall.
BriiiK. mooihlim reiral.r
uj mail. - - ---. j-v-
nyroy.l Valla n.rer f.iU
Tbe'Tlan Sifter"flour is tbe popular
, brand. Ask for it from your grocer.
ur. to the d"T
H ill N rnjKKi.i.
3011 Fram St.. Omaaa. No.
STREIGHT & SATTLER,
Sacceasora to Henry Itoeck.
Furoitare i Undertaking
Pianos ud Organs,
STOVfiS and RANGES.
Our Furn'ture line Is complete in every detail.
An investigation is certain to convince.
wihou" SSn. l b'mai" Am. abated -without
Pin. ,.,tI.- pniKMtCV.
LADIES do too KSOW
DR. FELIX LE BRUN'S
STEEL m PENNYROYAL PILLS
are the original and only FRENCH sal ! jd re
liable cure on the market. Price II.W, sent, og
mail. Genuine sold only by
F. G. Fricke & Co.. Drispisls.
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