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About Plattsmouth weekly journal. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1881-1901 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1894)
IX ASI AROUND THE TOWN.
Geo. I). Mattison, of South Bend,
was in the city Saturday.
Henry A. Kubge aud wife of Avoca
precinct, were in the city Tuesday.
Thos. V. Shryock, postmaster at
Louisville, w as in the city Tuesday.
G. S. Upton of Union was in town
last week, and called at these head
quarters. Peter Pitts of the precinct departed
on Friday for a two weeks visit with
relatives at Milwaukee.
Burglars broke into the Missouri l'a
cihc depot last week, and took w hat
change there was in the money drawer.
V. II. Johnson returned last Fri
day to his labors at Ashland, after a
visit of several days here with his
Miss Belle Stephens of Waterloo,
Neb., returned home last Saturday,
after a short visit here as the guest of
Miss Grace "Wiles out iu the precinct.
The Nebraska City Press says the
report that Congressman Breckeuiide
will address the people at their fourth
of July celebration is a fake pure and
J. G. Oldham returned Friday to
his home in Furnas county accom
panied by his daughtei, Jessie, who
has been attending school here for a
The Nebraska City Independent
argues against the securing of Con
gressman Breckenridge as a fourth of
July orator, on the ground that Made
line would prove a better drawiDg
Several members of the Omaha board
of trade have struck it rich in the re
cent advance in the wheat market.
Our old fiiend. Joseph Alexander Con
nor, pleads guili to cleaning up a cool
?HUUO on tl.e deal.
BfV. Guy W. Smith has become a
benedict, his marriage to Miss May
Druuimoiid having been consummated
last Monday at Omaha. tiny has
many friends in Plattsiuonth who will
wish him much joy.
The I 'eiiver contingent of the coiu
iiioii we.il army have abandoned the
project ml going eat via the Platte
river. At Brighton, titty miles from
Ien-r. fifteen members of the army
wrif dnivuit-il b their boats capsiiug.
The thirteenth annual meeting of
the rtt!e pharmaceutical association
closed their M-iiii at Hastings Fri
day. The next annual meeting ill
be held in Omaha Henry K. t iering,
of this city, was cle.ted piesident for
the coming ear.
Chief Kildow of the local tire de
partment repot ts that the department
Las been i n vited to go to Ashland ov
the Fourth to participate in a big hose
race in that town. The purse offered i
1(M. and the fitiet' lather thinks that
the dcpaiiment will accept.
Ashland will godrv this tar Max
J.enmi and John Moher. the two ap
plicants for saloon licen..e won their
case atraint the remonstrance, but the
pel itionsof the applicants did not state
in which waid ot the city they wished
to open their business, hence the writ
was not granted.
The team of driving horses which
strayed from the home of ex-'ount
Commissioner Loder near Greenwood
were found Thursday by Godfrey
Fickler at the latter's farm southeast
.of tow n. Mr. Loder came down from
Greenwood Friday morning to take
ihe horses back to his home.
The small-pox at Pacific Junction is
gradually djing out, no new cases
having been reported during the past
week. One of the afflicted families
have been released from quarantine
and have removed to another building,
and the other cases are reported to be
on the road to recovery.
Four patients were received yester-
Uay at the Lincoln asylum for the in
sane E. B. Coleman, E. Crook and
Louise Port from Cass county, and M.
Wessel from Gage county. The in
stitution is now crowded with about
340 patients, and there are a great
many applications now pending. Lin
John llottery has commenced at
tachment proceedings in Judge Arch
er's court against S. 1. Vanatta, to
recover the sum of alleged to be
due him on a mail carrying contract.
Garnishment processes have been
served on IW Hart and J. N. Black,
two of Vanatta's tenants, for rent
G. S. Upton came up from Union last
week and perfected a final settlement
with County Judge Ramsey in the es
tate of Jos. Upton, deceased. This
estate has been pending in county
court for over fourteen years, final
settlement in the matter having been
deferred by request of the heirs until
all were of age.
A. S.Will was looking over the cattle
market at South Omaha last week with
a view to marketing two hundred head
of fat steers. Mr. Will has achieved
the enviable reputation of marketing
some of the finest lots of cattle ever
sent to the South Omaha market, and
his eood fortune in securing top prices
is almost phenomenal.
The county commissioners wound
up their regular monthly session last
Thursday by granting a saloon license
iff that ho'troa nnt rrtflri ff His I
to Leroy E. Lee, which will allow the
later to operate at Murdock. The con
sideration was fixed at $750. Fri
day morning the commissioners
departed for a short trip out into
the county for the purpose of inspect
Glass of all kinds at Gering & Cos.
Sunday afternoon, June 10, in the
Platte river.just below the south end of
B. & M. bridge, M. L. Andrews was
drowned while bathing. The young
man was twenty-eight years of age,
about five feet, six inches high, broad,
high forehead, brown hair, rather
closely cut, light mustache, weight
about one hundred and thirty pounds.
Will give $:2o.u0 for the recovery of the
body. If found, telegraph C. G. Scott,
1211 Howard street, Omaha, Neb.
Dr. Marshall Teeth on rubber
Sam Payne, the negro who is sus
pected as being the murderer of Maud
Rubel at Omaha, has been returned to
Omaha from Mystic, Iowa, where he
was captured. Payne says he is inno
cent of the crime, and says; "I think
I can square mvself when the time
comes. I was surprised when I heard
that the police w ere looking for me,
for I have made no effort to conceal
myself. When 1 left the Drexel hotel
I weut down to l'lattsmouth, and I
have been running on a dining cur on
the Builington between that town and
Ottumwa ever since If I was wanted
so badly it is strange they didn't find
..- a w w fv-uu u a aa v. w M u t vv u
of w all paper at Gering & Co's.
The supreme court has decided that
the eight-hour law, passed by the
legislature three years ago, is uncon
stitutional. The case decided was
Lowe vs. Kees piiuting company, ap
pealed on eiior from louglas county.
The court held that the provisions of
the act were unconstitutional because
of discrimination against farm and
domestic labor, and because the con
stitutional right of parties to contract
with reference to compens ;tion for
services is denied.
Wall paper of ail kinds ants!!es
tt Gering Jc Co's.
Chicken thiees have been enjoy im;
a harvest of fowls up in I! I.elnia town
for some time past, .lol.n Kaivonak
reporting that he had 1 si i.er a hun
dred chickens. Shot ;ins are being
loaded for instant use. and the thievts
tie liaLle to meet with a v. aim recep
tion if the aie ever caught at their
I)r. Marshall Graduate dentist.
Piattsihout h .
WANTED At lift A n-uul en-
eiLi-tic man in eveiv Township in this
u-' " i lit V Inn-lie the ' 1;iisv'' Wind
Mill Regulator. One who will put his
-htire time to !he business can make
go.--I money. Write at once tor terms
md territory to Ihiisv Regulator Co..
Omaha, Neb. P (). box ;IT.
A wouderful stomach correctoi
Gei ing's German Liver Pills.
Friday morning last as S. K. Suther
land, a farmer neailv sixty years of
aire, was going into Elmwood with a
load of hogs, his team hecnme fright
ened and ran away, upsetting the
wagon and load of h-tg-i on liim. break
ing his arm anil bruising him up
severely. A large hog weighing about
6i i( pounds was killed.
Can you afford to throw away a dol
lar? If you can't, get my prices on
wall paper and save a dollar.
B no w x 's Pn a u m a c V.
The republicans of Cass county are
already figuring on whom they will
nominate this fall and suggest a man
named Steve Orton for float represen
tative. Does this mean that Johnny
Watson is to be laid on the shelf?
Nebraska City News.
Dr. Marshall "Perfect fit" plates.
Try us for light harness. We use the
very best of leather and employ only
first-class workmen. The prices will
please. Fred Gordek & Sox,
T. II. Pollock, the real estate
hustler, made a sale of E. G. Dovey's
quarter section at Eight Mile Grove to
Fred F. Gunther Saturday for iT,200
Dr. Marshall Gold and porcelain
People who like to make up their
clothes at home w ill do well to call at
F. Dresslei'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. Plattsmouth. 22-4
Omaha ain't in it with me now
w hen it comes to prices on wall paper,
and it is the same way with drugs,
paints aud oils.
Fire at Nebraska City at an early
hour Tuesday destroyed the street
car barn, and eighteen head of horses
were consumed, together with one
street car. The loss is unknown.
Buy your next bill of wall paper
from Gering & Co's.
Gering & Co. guarantee a fit in
spectacles or no sale at thd very lowest
County Treasurer' Certificate of Tux
Sale No. 4W6.
State of Nebraska, i
I, L. C. Eicthoff. treasurer of the county
of Cass, in the state of Nebraska, do here
by certify that the following described real
estate iu said county aud slate, to-wit lot to.
see. 13, town l'A raufte l'-i. consisting o forty
one hundredths acres, was on the Tib. day ut
November, lMZ. duly sold by me in the manner
provided by luw, for the delinquent taxes for
the year lsyi thereon, amounting to four and
55-llu doliars (4. 55), including interest aud j-u
alty thereon, md the costs allowed by law, to
Mrs. A. swift for the said sum of four and
55 loo dollars, she being the highest and best
bidder for the same. And 1 further certify that
unless redemption is made of said real estate,
in the manner provided by law, the said Mrs. A.
Switt.her heirs and assign's, will be entitled to a
deed therefor on and after the Tlh day of No
veuiber, A. t)., lsvi. on surrender of this certifi
cate. Iu witness whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand this Tth dav of November. A .I . ls(.
L. C. EK KHOFK, Treasurer.
24 3 Thus. Pollock. Deputy.
In the district court of Cass county, Nebraska;
iu the matter of the estate of Solomon Ward,
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order of Samuei M. Chapman. jude of the
district court of Cass county, Nebraska, miide
ou the Tth day of April. A. D.. Ism. for the
sale of the real estate hereinafter described
there will be sold at the south door of the court
house in Plattsmouth. Cuss county, Nebraska,
on the ltiih day of June, A. D.. ls:4, at 1 :M
o'clock p. m.. at" public vendue to the highest
bidder for cash, the following described lands
and real estate, to-w it : The south half of the
southwest juarter of section twenty In
township eleven 111), north, of raiiye niue ilj.
In Cass courty. Nebraska.
Said sale will remain open one hour.
ALFIiEl) S. OH LEY.
Administrator of the estate of Solomon Ward,
by ron Clirk, atfv for adui'r. 22 4
Notice of Probate of Will.
State of Nlbkaska, i
Cass Coi ntt. i
In county court In the matter of the last w ill
and testament of tieorge Krank, deceased:
Notice is hereby given that u the ?sth day of
.1 line. A. D., iss4, at the office of the county
judge in Plattsmouth. Cass county. Nebrt.ska at
the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon the f ol
low ing matter w ill be heard and considered :
The petition of Peter .1. Hansen to admit to
probate the last will and testament of iieorge
Prank, deceased, late of Plattsmouth, in said
couuty, and for letters testamentary to 1'eter J.
Hansen and Catherine Prank.
Dated this 4th day of June A. D.. 1'.M.
Uy order of the court.
24-j 11. S. Kamset, County Judge.
Fiuul Settlement Notice.
In the matter of theestale of John 15. Beverage,
In the county court of Cass county. Neb.
Notice is hereby given that t.eotge W Snvder
H-iUiiiiislralor ot the estate of the snid John If.
IVeverMge deceased, Iihs niude application tor
Imiil settlement, and tnat snid cause is set for
hen ring t my ollice t I'laltsuioiiTii. on tiie -1st
day -t June. A. 1 . 1M'.'. at ten o clock a. m..
n s-i id du : at which 1 iine nml place all persons
lu -crested nniy le present and examine said
I'- S. ;my. 'ounty .1 udgu.
I'ialtsuionth, Net , Mv -ji'., 1h4. 3
l.imf! l it.-.
T. ali v h-tni .t innv c-it rn : Tin- cinuiis
s.olier appoilite-l t View :Ul'l locate a road, pt
Mli uicdt r l- Predo- l and other-, comment
iior at t:o- in irr li -a -1 corner ol section 'S- lc- !
Ao-i: (..-( Mii t riiuirimr iln-n- c -:isi ot,cm:ic
op .ft-U'ill lint- t-elv-ccli sccli ii- I". aid VJ :n I
l.li.i t.ermit.atUit: -it the ll--rtti-ns c.i-licr ot said
s-i-U.li h s -ei,ort--l io l,vor of the I.m-m-
Iioti ibereot. a' fl a, i ot jt----1- its tiicr to or
cl-imis tor damages uris: : iji-.I ii ih,- county
cierL s otl.ee o;i or I -e!o o-n i i o It theMltlaV
ot .1 ni . A I 1 "4 or s'leh r-d ....; l-e grunted
ith out reference t lie re to
t- I : N K I 1 1 l s i N . i ,iimn t lerk.
L'.' I IS v W. A s a :. i in ., t. s, lieputy.
Notice to ( lolitur.
Mate til V el-ra ka.
I ;is t ou:il . "v
In tin- mutter "of the e::tl-. ott.L-ori.-e W. Port
N ot i e i- lj : et. i: ; eh that 'he ' i; i lu - i. l.ii le
in-, mis ot a ' 1 i-er -I - ai-a i . t i .forge . port de
co I. late ot s,i),i fount'. Hiil s:ute. v. i M i-e
receive, I. e. ll. : IK ! II lid M d I y tin o.mhtv
c- - i it t : t t he ot. rt hoti-f : n 1 ati -1 e-n! h . on ti l-hr-t-ln
o: I i.-i-.-in'. --. A 1 lv4. tit p 'clo k in
the tort- noun, a lid I ha! s : . in--lit I I " in mo! : f
ter the ::it '! Si . V it . 1VM is the
lim t' -l ?'- ere Iiio-s ,,t saf, deee.-e-el to
present tht i r c ;.nn to - e -t iti u :tl ii-!i KI:d :i!low
t.ivcii hi: !! mv hand Ibis ji li d.iv of Mhv,
A 1 1. . I -:' l .
;l 1 I! S. I: aMM;Y. i nuuli .1ml:;-.
Notice to Creditors
Mate of Nebraska,
Cass County. i
In the matter of the estate of Kriiestine
Notice is hereby given that the claims and de
mands of all kthoiih against Ernestine 1'ankt
niii deceased, late of suid county and state,
w ill l e receivid. examined and adjusted by the
county court at the court house in l'lattsmouth,
on the Silt-h day of November. A 1. lsyj, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon: mid that six months
from ami after the V4lh day of May A 1. ls:4.
is the time limited for creditors of said tle
ceiised to present their claims for examination
t.i ven under mv hand this lTlli dav of May,
A D, l-.M.
S'.-t 15. S. KaM-KY. Countv Judge.
Filial Settlement Notice.
In the matter of the estate of Henry Mortens, de
ceased. In the county court of Cas county Nenraska.
Notice is hereby given that William Mertens.
administratorof the etale of the said Henry
Mertens deceased. has made application for final
settlement, and that said cause is set for bear.ng
at my othce at Plattsmouth. on the 15:h day of
June. A. 1 , 1'.1. at l' o'clock a. in. on said
day ; at which time and place all persons inter
ested mav be present and examine said ac
counts. U.S. Kamskv, County J udge.
Plattsmouth, May Mh. l".'l. S.i-.il
C. O. D.
Anywhere, - - - $ 2-3 Hicycle -12.o0
To Any one - - - 50 Bicycle 25.00
All Styles and Prices, 7-5 Bicycle 37.50
Save Dealers' Profits V2T, Bicycle 2.50
Send for illustrated catalogue.
H-AJESID-- 3S CO.,
The Plattsmouth Mills,
C. HEISEL. Prop.
This Mill has been rebuilt, and furnished with
Machinery of the best manufacture
lu the world. Their
Has no Superior In America. Give It a
trial and lie convinced.
Bran, Shorts and Corn Meal
Always on hand. Orders delivered lu
TEKMS-Casli or 30 ila' tim.
LADIES DO lOU KNOW
DR. FELIX LE BRUN'S
STEEL AND PEHHYRDYBL PILLS
arf the original and only FRENCH, safe and re- i
liable c ere on the market. Price td.0U; tteat by ,
aiuii. Genuine Bold only by .
F. G. Frick & CO., Iru??ists.
I 1 i f'ui n 1 1 fir mPrntfT TTltlr'. iilrilnniiottim .
Contemplating a Trip ?
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
TIRED, WEAK, NERVOUS,
Could Hot Sleep.
Prof. L. I). Edwards, of Preston,
Idaho, says: "I was all run down,
weak, nervous and irritable throuph
overwork. 1 suffered from brain fa
tigue, mental depression, etc. I be
came so weak and nervous that I
could nut sleep. I would arise tired,
discouraged and blue. I began taking
Dr. Miles' Nervine
and now everything is changed. I
sleep soundly, I feel bright, active
and ambitious. I can do more in one
day now than I used to do in a week.
For this great good I give Dr. Miles'
Restorative Nervine the sole credit.
Trr. Miles Nervine la sold on a positive
puarmu that the tirst bottle will benefit.
All druggists Hell itattl. 6 bottlts for (5, or
It will le sent, prepaid, on receipt of price
i3 the Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, lud.
Sold by all druggists.
FAT PEOPLE !
Park iieitv l'n.i.r will reilure vour weieht
PKKMAN'KXTIA Irom -J tu 15 ijiiim1 a month.
No M'AliVINti, sicklies tir injury : No KTlt
Lll'l l V. 'I'lifV ltiil'l up the lienltli'itiKl (.eHtiti
f y the .oninlt-xititi. leHVint? No W'lilXM.ES or
tlHbt.ne... M'ui T A It WOMEN'S hii1 tlitliotilt
hreKlhitii? xiire y n li. v. .1 M) KM'EKIM ENT.
hut a .eieiiiirii- hii 1 intuitive relief, atlopted only
after years of experience. All orders supplied
direct I roni jur ollice. 1'rice fj.im er pact ace
or tliri-e packaKes for iU.iX (" mail postpaid .
Test imonials and particulars (sealed 2 centB
J"A11 correspoicieiice strictly eonfidentlal.
1'tKK lii:Ki:iV 1(1., ISostoo Mass
W. B. JONES.
lias purchased the I'ariuele A Hutlier
ford stock and will run both the
Main-st. and Scliildknecht Barns.
l.iirs of all desttriptious, from Saddle-
horse to a Slxteen-passenuer Wagon. j
l abs. Pall Hearer W'tiiioti, Carry allii and
everythluK for picnics, weddings und j
Trnl 11 rlr
AT KEG I LA It KATKS.
Prices Itenstiiiahle. No credit over SO
days, ttlil and new customers are in
vited to t all, when satisfaction is guar
anteed. W. 1. JUNES
F. S. WHITE,
.Mailt Street, l'lattsmouth.
Teas and Coffees Unexcelled,
Curtice Kros. Celebrated
SOLE AGF.NT KOH
Pillchnru'o iNNESOTA FLOUR,
I llloUUIl U Tin. nest iu the World.
! TLe "XX XX" aud "lieat" Brands.
Red Oxfords, worth $1.50, now $ .75.
Tan Oxfords, " 1.50, " l.OO.
Black Oxfords, " 1.25, " .75.
Black Oxfords, 44 1.50, 44 1.00.
The Great JttgSKCurB f 71? Great f&oupl&re ! The Great
Lung Restorer IsrAd by ivtry druggist oi he continent of
America on . positive jpprantetat 50c iml S pjtr bottle a test
so wonderful and sevetss thatintrrji hr Lvhg Remedy vet
discovered la successfully stood Tfreprt5iLOi. Cure. A dose
in time will ?ae you eless aaxjety and Woubl Mothers, keep
a bottle at yoif tfdsufV. t inidiatelyr8hevei Croup, and you
know Croup slvtHtS3ve promiiatienui&J w
Or. E. C. West' Nerve and Brain Treatment
It sold under positive written truarantee, by author
ized atrents only, to cure Weak Memory: Lot of
Drain and Nerve Power; Lout Manhood; Vul' kuese;
Nitttit IxMsex; Evil Dreams; Lack of Coiiridence;
NervoQfUew; lassitude; ali Dratus; Loss of power
of the Generative Orvann In eith-r aex, caused by
over-exertion; Youthful Errors, or Excessive Ue of
Tobacco, Opium or Liquor, which anon lead to
Mister, Consumption, Insanity and Death, by mail,
fl a box; 6 for tftwith written miarantee to cure or
refund money. WEST'S COl'GH SVKVP. A certain
cure for Coutrho, Colds Athma, Bronchitis, Croup,
Whooping Couvh, Sore Throat. Pleasant to take.
Small 6iza discontinued; old. fioc. gize, nnv2Sc.; old
II sue, now fioc GL AKAM'tXij isttued only by
F. G. Fricke &. Co, druists.
Splendit) curative aaent for Sentm or Sick
Haadache. Brain Exhaustion. HieeuleasnwH.
Lsptwial or general Nauraluia; aim for Khaa
niuiia, fjrooi. saaney uiaoraera, Acia irn
Antidote Tor Alcoholic
Price, iu, S&and fiucunt
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151 S. Western Avenue. CHICAGO.
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V No toconvemetiee. Simple,
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VVe GUARANTEE a CURE w refund your meaey. .
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T&CSIOSiT BLEIHCAI. CO.. Sto.noa, AlatM.
The City Hotel,
Corner Main and Sixth Sts.,
A FIRST-CLASS HOSTELRY
IN EVERY RESPECT.
REFITTED and REFURNISHED
Special Attention Given to the
Accommodation of Farmers.
First-CIass Bar Jr.BCo",c:
CLEAN ROOMS AND TABLE
Rates $1 Per Say.
H. H. GOOS, PropV.
Dr. Agnes V. Swetland,
Secial attention to Obstetrics, Diseases of
Women and Woman's Surgery.
1923 "riiM.m Street,
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