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About Plattsmouth weekly journal. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1881-1901 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1894)
IN AND AKOCND THK TOffX.
Miss Lizzie Jaquette of Louisville is
in the city visiting friends.
I). K. JJarr commenced the work
of taking the annual census of school
children on Monday morning.
Conrad Schlater, tlie sage of Col
lege Hill, was in the city Saturday,
visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Ed.
Carroll Leonard, the Jouisville
photographer, was in town Sunday
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V.
Samuel Maleiry,of IVoria, Ills., left
for his home Saturday after a visit
out in the precinct with his brother-in-law,
Miss Ada Griflin has returned home
from 1'lattsmoutb, where she has been
for the past several months attending
school. Louisville Courier-Journal.
Lon Chalfant, a machinist for the
LIkhorn railway at the Missouri Val
ley, la., shops, came down Saturday to
visit with relatives out in the country
for a few days.
M r. I. Ash journeyed to I'lattsmouth
Wednesday to take part in the
Memorial exercises in that city. lie
reports a splendid turn-out and a royal
time. Louisville Courier-Journal.
John Davies insists that he is out ol
politics. Perhaps that is the reason for
his being so industriously boomed loi
the legislature by every republican
paper in the county except the News.
Owinsto the scarcity of funds in the
treasury the board of education will
not cause any very extensive repairs
or improvements to be made around
the school buildings during the vaca
A carload of chickens and ducks,
shipped from York and enioute to
New York city, passed through town
last Friday on a B. & M. fast freight.
There were over three thousand of the
The village board ot Louisville has
estimated t lie expenses of that town
for the coming year at i V75. Louisville
is quite a town to be operated at so
small an expense. Flattsmonth would
do w ell to study the Louisville method.
Prof. F. C McClelland is conGned
to his home by an attack of typhoid
malaria' fever. The professor's illness
coming as it d.es during commence
iueiit week of the schools is very un
fortunate, and is greatly regretted by
Col. Thrasher is mourning the loss
f his thoroughbred pony. The ani
mal was out foraing on the public
domain when it wandered into an old
well that had been covered with brush,
falling a distance of twenty-rive feet
and killing itself.
The honorable Church Howe slipped
quietly into town Saturday, and was
interviewing a number of the boys on
the weather, crops and kindred topics.
If Judge Chapman returns home next
week aDil linds his congressional fence
punched full of large, round holes,
this item may furnish a clue to the
guilty pai ties.
It was Mayor Newell's intention to
make a change in the night police on
June 1st, by removing Lyinan Kildow
and putting on John Murray in his
stead. Murray, however, does not
care to accept the place until the
change is sanctioned by the council,
and until such sanction is given Kil
dow is likely to sport his star.
Three new cases of small pox were
reported from PaciGc Junction on last
Friday, making a total of seven cases
now at that place. Thus far four cases
have proven fatal, the last one being a
Mrs. Hunter, who died several days
ago. None of the cases at present are
considered dangerous by the attending
Allen W. Field has written a letter
to the Lineoln newspapers in which he
gently but firmly refuses to be a can
didate for congressional honors this
fall. In case W. J. JJryan had re
ceived the democratic nomination
Judee Field professes to believe that
it would have caused him great pleas
ure to be the republican candidate,but
since Bryan is out cf it the judee has
apparently lost all interest in the
The Mills county, Iowa, grand jury
have returned indictments against Fd
Itobinson and Oswald Schubert of this
city, charging them with burglarizing
freight cars between Pacific Junction
and this city Attorr.ey Matthew Ger
ing will defend the buys and we be
lieve they will be cleared of the
charsre. lor the rerson that they have
already been found guilty and pun
ished for the same offense on this si Je
of the river.
Our old friend, Chauncey Doty, of
Bethlehem, met with a strange adven
ture nn Monday. He drove over to
town and hitched his team on Third
street, while he attended to his mar
keting. In his wagon he had two new
tin pans, which were lying in such a
p.ition that the rays of the sun were
reflected from one to the other and
then onto some hay and old newspapers
inthe bottom of the wagon box. The
intense heat from the reflection caused
the hay to catch lire, and but for the
timely discovery of the blaze by a by
stander the contents of the wagon and
tvagoa bos would have been consumed.
Es hat Gott dem Allnnechtigen,
Herm ueber Leben und Tod in aei
nem unerforschlichen llatnschlusse
gefallen, ein theures Mitglied unsers
Vereins zu sicli in die Ewigkeit abzu
rufen. Frau Helena Egenberger geboren
am 12 ten Oktober, 1S31. Siestarbin
Gottes heiliger Wille nach wcechent
lichen mitgro-ster Geduld ertragenen
Leiden, umgeben von G Kinder, 3
See hue und 3 Tiechter, 3 Schwestern
und 2 Brueder. am 29 Mai, 1B4.
Wle teuer uarst tin uns ilu I.leie.
Warst teurer noeli titn Engelu dort,
Zuiu Glanz des lliuimtls fern la drueten,
Kuft tlich derselben sueszes Wort.
In die geoeft'neten Rold'iien Tliore,
Lud elne ganfte Minim' dich ein,
Let wohl unherbar uiisenn Olire,
Dunn tratest Du zur Heimath ein.
Ihr Andenken wird uns stets un
Sie Ilu he in Frieden.
Gewidinet vom deutschen Franen
Arli Ilerr: O to mm nesch winrie.
Zu nieineui lieben Kiude,
Mein suedes Kind 1st unit.
Doch leg' die Hand nureben
Ihr auf, so kebrt das I.ebt-n
Zuruecfc auf Deiu debut
Wie krpnnt der Ilerr deui Flehen
Ies (ilaubens wiedersiehen";
Er folgt dem Vaterrnf,
Kr folgt in hobem Trif I.e.
Entflamuit von niildur Liebe
Filer A lies was er shuf.
I'nd wo sein Weg Itin f tiehret
t'nd Ulaube fronim liernehret
Nur seines Kleides sauin.
Da find debresi und Wnnden
deneen und versohwurulen,
dleichwie ein bu-er Traum.
I'nd wo er w ill verweilen.
Da musz der Tod enteilen
Weil er das Leben ist ;
Drum, Vater, lasz vom Kuinmer,
Dein Siehnlein Iiegt im Schlummer,
Ihn e.-kt der treue Christ.
Nifht soil der Tod uns sehreoken.
Ier Ilerr wird uns erweckeii
I ii.l nut mil baufter Hand,
Deiu Vater wieder!ebeu.
WViih wir in Wort und Leben
lan jil.i libit; anerkaiuit
Zum Andenken an Elmer Weidmann
Gewidmet vom deutschen Frauenver-
Can you afford to throw away a dol
lar? If you can't, get my prices on
wall paper and save a dollar.
A Iturjjliiry Ht l.iuivitl-.
Burglars affected an entrance at II.
E. Pankonin's hardware and imple
ment store at Louisville at an early
hour on Sunday morning by breaking
a plate glass window in the front of
the building. Three or four shot guns
which were in the show window were
taken. There is no clue to the thieves.
Try usior light harness. We use the
very best of leather and employ only
Gist-class workmen. The prices will
please. I'iiLD GoiiDEH & SON,
Cass county is soon to lose one of its
thriftiest farmers iu the person of
Wm. Merteus. Montana is to be his
destination and he expects to depart
shortly after he has fulfilled his duties
as administrator of his deceased broth
er's estate, which will be in about two
weeks. Mr Mertens has a nephew
living in Montana and from what the
young man writes he imagines it to be
a lirst-class farming country.
People who like to make up their
clothes at home will do well to call at
F. iMesslei's tailor shop for good
wearing cloth. The stock on hand
will be closed out at about half cost, in
any length desired. Sherwood block,
Fifth street. I'lattsmouth. 22-4
Ami Todd came in from Oxford on
Tuesday, whither he was called on
business in connection with the Lin
coln Bridge Co. He reports that the
country all alone the B. & M. from
Lincoln to McCook was treated to a
generous rainfall Monday and that
as a result the outlook for crops in that
section is excellent.
Omaha ain't in it with me now
when it comes to prices on wall paper,
and it is the same way with drugs,
paints and oils.
The B. & M. have moved the divis
ion headquarters for locomotives and
trainmen back to this side of the river
on account of the small pox epidemic
at Pacific Junction. This arrange
ment may be only temporary, but our
citizens and the trainmen themselves
would be pleased to learn that such ar
rangements would be permanent.
IT you are worn out, run down and
nervous, Magnetic Nervine will re
store your health. Sold by Fricke it
Lit of Littler
Remaining uncalled for m the post
office at I'lattsmouth June 5, for week
ending May 29, lSi4:
Daley, C has Gray, Will
! Volk, Philip White, Cyrus K
Persons calling for any of the above
letters or parcels will please say "ad
vertised. " W. K. Fox, P. M.
"WANTED At once A good en
ergetic man in every Township in this
county to handle the "Daisy" Wind
Mill Regulator. One who will put his
entire time to the business can make
good money. Write at once for terms
and territory to Daisy Regulator Co.,
Omaha, Neb. P. O. box 617.
County Treasurer's Certificate of Tax
State of Nebraska,
Cass County, i '
1, L. C. Eickhoff. treasurer of the county
of Cans, in the elate of Nebraska, do here
by certify thut the following described real
estate lu said county and state, to-wit lot tie.
sec. IX town 12. range 13. consisting of forty
one hundredths acres, was on the Tih day of
November, 1M2. duly sold by me in the manner
provided by law, for the delinquent taxes for
the year ls'ji thereon, amounting to tour and
,V lbU dollars (4.5ji. including interest and pen
alty thereon. nd the costs allowed by law. to
Mrs. A. swift for the said sum of four and
56-li.H) dollars, she being the highest and best
bidder for the same. And I further certify that
unless redemption is made of said real estate,
in the manner provided by law. the said Mrs. A.
Swift, her heirs aud assigns, will be entitled to a
deed therefor on and after the 7th day of No
vember, A. D., Isvi. on surrender of this certifi
cate. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand this 7lh dav of November. A.D..1V.C
L. C. ECCKHOFK, Treasurer,
lil 3 1 aoo. Foi.loi k. Deputy.
In the district court of Cass county, Nebraska:
iu the matter of the estate of Solomon rt'ard,
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order of Samuel M. Chapman, judge of the
district court of Cass countv, Nebraska, made
on the Ttti day of April. A. D.. 1SW4. for the
sale of the real estate hereinafter described
there will be sold at the south door of the court
house in Plattsiiioulh. Cass county. Nebraska,
on the 10th day of June. A. D.. 114. Ht 1
o'clock p. in., at public vendue to the highest
bidder for cash, the following described land
and real estate, to wit: The south half of the
southwest quarter of section twenty uli, iu
township eleven lll, north, of range nine Jt
in l ass county, Nebraska.
said sale will remain open one hour.
ALFRED S. COOLLY.
Administrator of the estate of Solomon Ward.
UvnoN ( 'la kk, att'y foradm'r. 22-4
Notice of f'rolmte of Will.
State op Neruaska, t
I 'As t OL STY.
In county court In the matter of the last will
and testament of t.eorge Frank, deceased :
Notice is hereby given that n the IMh day of
.1 une. A. 1., lsiM. at the orlice of the county
juuge in I'lattsmouth, Cass county. Nebraska at
the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon the f ol
lowing matter will be heard ami considered:
The petition of Peter J. Hansen to admit to
probate the last will and testament of tieorge
Frank, deceased, late of Plattsmouth, in said
couuty, and for letters testamentary to Peter J.
Hansen and Catherine F'raufc.
Dated this 4th day of June A. D..
Hv order of the court.
24 j 11. . Kam-ey, County .ludge.
Final Settlement Notice.
In the matter of theestate of" John H. Beverage,
In the county court of Cass county. Neb.
Notice is hereby given that George W. Snyder
administrator of the estate of the said John II.
"leverage deceased, has made application tor
final settlement, and that said chuc is set f or
bearing at my uflire at Plat'.suiouln. on the 21st
day iir'.huic. A. D . M. r( ten o'clock a. m..
on 'iiJ day ; at which time and place all (arsons
interested losy be present and examiue said
11. S. Lamsey. County Judge.
Platlsinoutl!, Ne b., lav a;. I:;. Si'S
To all whom it may concern: The eomnii
sioner appointed to view and locate a road, pe
titioned fjr by Fred tst and others, commeiic
ing at trie northwest corner of section 22-1U-12.
Avoca precinct, running thence east one mile
on section line between sections l."and 22 10 12.
Hnd terminating at the northeast corner of said
section J2. hs reported in favor of the loca
tion thereof, and all objections thereto or
claims for damages must lie filed in the county
cierk's oflice on or before noon on the "'il day
of .Iu!t. A D. 1'.4. or such rond wii! be granted
i t ti on t reference thereto.
Fl! ASK 1I KSi iV. ( ountv Clerk.
22 4 lty W. A. KAinsiiKN, Deputy.
Notice to Creditor.
Mate ol Nebraska,
I ass County.
In the matter of the estate of t.eorge V. Port
Notice is hereby given that the claims andde
matitN of all Mroiis against icorire W. Pori. d
ceased, late of said county mid state, will be
received, examined and Bdjusied by the county
court at the court house in Piattmouth. on the
brotday ot December. A. D..l'.4. at In o'clock in
the fore noon, and that six months from aud at
ttr the :fl-.t diiy of .May. A. D . is the
time limited tor creditors of said decea-ed lo
present their c uiiin tor examination and allow
t.iven under mv hand this 2:th da of Mav,
A. D.. 1J4.
2t(- II. S. I: A MSEY. Countv Judge.
Notice to Creditors
Mate of Nebraska,
In the matter of the estate of Ernestine
Notice is hereby given that the claims aud de
mands of all persons against Ernestine Panko
nin deceased, late of said county ami state,
will l e received, examined and adjusted by the
county court at the court house in Plattsmouth.
on the 24th day of November, A D. IAmi, at ten
o'clock In the forenoon: anil that six months
from and at ter the 24th day of .May A D. IssM.
is the lime limited lor creditors of said Oe
ceaed to present their claims for examination
liiven under mv hand this K:h dav of Mav,
A D, ls'.U.
l't-4 15. S. RAMSEY, County Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
Si at Koi- Nkmkahka, j
Cams Cocnty. bs. I
In the matter of the estate of Elizabeth llab-
bltt. deceased .
Notice is hereby given that the claims and
demands of all persons against Elizabeth Bab
bitt, deceased, late of said county and state,
will be received, examined and- adjusted by the
countveourt at the court house in Plattsmouth
on the lTth day of November... D, ism.at lu o'clock
in the forenoon. And that six months from
and after the 17th day of May A. D..
1!4. is the time limited for creditors of said
deceased to present their claims for examina
tion and allowance.
tiiven u.iiier mv hand this loth day of May
A. D.. 18:4. " B.S.Ramsey.
21 4 County Judge.
Final Settlement Notice.
In the matter of the estate of Henry Mertens. de
ceased. In the county court of Cass county Nebraska.
Notice is hereby given that William Mertens,
adminWtratorof "the estate of the said Henry
Mertens deceased. has made application for final
settlement, and that said cause is set for hearing
at my ofliceat Plattsmouth. on the 15th day of
June, A. D . is'.u. at 11 o'clock a. m. on said
day : at which time and place all persons Inter
ested uihv be pie--ent and examine said ac
counts. It. S. liA-EV, Conntv Judge.
Piattsmouth, May 2s;h. 1114. " 2;(-.1t
'TAKEN up by the undersigned, three miles
south of Plattsmouth. on April bitn, two bay
mares, supiiosed to be five or six years old",
weight a'lout ele en or twelve hundred. ue
Willi a colt about tour months old. ihe other
ha while marks In the face and has found a
colt siiictyoming to my place Wire marks on
lefrfront loot of each, owner is requested to
call pav charges and tike them hwhv .
nr" ty-i iT-rnm
A New rnd i.--.ttnt Treirmiit. constm of
ftrjPfrUhl'K'Kii-X, Capsule of omtmeut and two
buiwof Omtmeiii. A n--vcr-fui:iug Cure for Plies,
cf every nature decree. It makes an operation
with the knifo or injections of carbolic acid, wL-ck
are painful and Fekluni a jieriutmeiit cure, and of-.en
restating in death, unnecessary. Why endure
this terrible) cJiuev-ass? We guarantee a
boxes to curs an case. You only pay fur
bene!:ts received, f 1 a box, t for tr, by maiL Sample
free. Guarantees ined by our amenta.
by Jananese Uver Pellets
the (Treat LIVF.K and STOli ACii iUi.(iULAT01i and
bT OOD Fl'lUFlKli. tsuiail, mild and pleasant to
tk, Mpouaiif udnyleu iu; cti'lurwii'e Uoo. OOiAiad
tiVAlJLXTlEX3 laeuaJ only ty
F. (i. FRH KE L CO., DilCGUISTS, j
Sole agents, Plattsmouth, Neb.
I e'-"' : 7
If so, JOE, The People's Popular Clothier, can
suit you to a nicety in the way of a TRUNK or a
A Carload of
Trunks and Satchels
just unpacked. Bought at Rock-bottom Prices
and at a big saving in freight, which reduction
will be accorded to purchasers.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
The People's Pupular
June 6, 7 ! 8, '94,
Good to Return
Until June 11.
HAVDEN BRO'S have pur
chased the largest Department
Store stock ever sold at Sheriff's
Sale in America.
These close times were too
much for Speilman & Springer of
New v ork and Hayden s Cash
took the whole business, includ
ing DRY GOODS,
MEN'S and BOY'S
and House Furnishing Goods of
The best values ever known in
Teas, Coffee, Spices and Grocer
ies. Immense stock of Harness,
Saddles and Stable supplies.
These goods will be sold at
lower prices than ever known for
first-class goods. To make this
sale still more interesting Hay
den Bro's will furnish the return
ticket to anyone buying one hun
dred dollars worth of goods mak
ing your round trip ticket abso
lutely free, aside from the advan
tage of attending the greatest sale
that ever took place in this coun
try. Remember the excursion
tickets will be sold June 6th, 7th,
and 8th, good to return until June
16th and Dodge Sts..
FAT PEOPLE !
Park Obesity Pills will reduce your weight
PERMANENTLY from la to l." ounl a month.
No ST.K lNi. sickness or injury; NO PUB
L1C1TY. They build u the health and euti
ty the complexion, leaving No WRINKLES or
ttabl.ine!.. TOl"T ABDOMENS and difficult
breathing surely relieved. NO EXPERIMENT,
but asclentitic and positive relief, adopted only
after years of experience. All orders supplied
direct from our otlice. Price fc.ou per package
or tnree packages for iMXt hy mail postpaid.
Testimonials and particulars sealed 2 cents.
-f""All correspondence strictly confidential.
I'AIlk KEttEDY CO., Boston. Mass
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE Second floor of the Todd, block,
east of the court house.
Contemplating a Trip ?
Excursions Courtland Beach
Omaha's Great Inland Summer Resort.
UNSURPASSED Bathing, f.ood Boating. Splendid Music, steamboats and special attractions
of all kinds. Keep track of the cheap excursions. Nothing objectionable allowed on the
grounds. Special rates to Sunday school and Family Picnics, perfect order preserved.
Oc-ujrtla.23.d- Sestclx Cmalia aSTc-r Open.
Look out for the Excursions. Cars land you right in the grounds.
iwrriEran -it cuss
Is distinctively the place where the Farmer's Dollar Goes the
Farthest. We lead, as ever, in
Buggies and Carriages
This year's line is larger" than ever and the prices
cannot fail but suit.
As to Implements,
Our two large store-rooms
MOST PERFECTED to
SPEAKING OF TT Q pri rr?C? We Manufacture
JTlcXL JLltJOO, The Very Best
For the Money, and are the only firm using "Old Fashioned Oak
Tanned Leather" in Cass County. Consult your own interests and
Deal with an Establishment which conducts Business on the Plan of
Giving Real Worth in Return for the Buyer's Money.
FRED GORDER & SON,
307-300 Main Street, Plattsmouth, Neb.
The Great Qf&frCure f TWS. Great VroupfCktre ! The Great
Lung Reitorjji&r by very dm Jgfet pvhe continent of
America on positive jpjprantceat 50c v&. $tptr bottle a test
so wonderfu-and scveffj ihat, ntrCwrr or VJhg- Remedy vet
discovered ra successfully stoleittpiii.oiijL Cure. A dose
in time will $$e you endless aiety andtro
a bottle al yotNjeds'ui it iirf -ediatelyrsli
know Croup s!itu23iave promtirtientii
FOR EITHER BET. This TCMdr
I I fill UJl 3t "" inamd diraeUr to th Ml of
mm w m "mm
' tboM diiniw of um 0tiito4j nn&ry Ur.
Srns raqoans bo ctuoif ot det or
mniiwii, mrui or potsocuws nww
AS A PREVENTIVE
try eittavr Met H I lmpenibl toeootraet
any mmd dnM : bst ia Um cm T
4ho fclwdyliwp luaamw Arnica
witn fluuuiibi aad iitt. wm uri
toaaaui. Pnovby sua. poiU( pm,
f 1 per bos. ac fcoxsi tar ft.
are brim-full of the BEST and
be found in the Implement
'TV 2. m
iijeiy anqirouDif niotners. keep
iicvi roop, ana you
WE will ay th? above reward for any ease of
Liver Complaint. Dvpepsia, Sick Headache. In
difrestion Constioation or Costtveness we cannot
cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when
the directions are ftnctly complied with. They
are purely Vegetable, rnd never fail to give sat
isiactiou. Sug-ar CDatru. Lare boxes, 25 cents.
Beware qf counterfeits and imitations. The gen
uine manutactured only by THE JOHN C. WEST
CUMm'Y, CHICAGO, ILL.
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