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RW the Christmas "Belles!"
WE have plain gold rings, hand-engraved rings, set rings,
diamonds, pearls, opals, rubies, garnets and all combina
tions. PRICES ARE VERY LOW !
WE have cut all prices in two. Child's set (knife, fork and
Btinnn) ctOa and ut. Child's cuds. 18c and up. Nut
u cracker and six picks, 35o.
ture frames, 18c.
mv. havfi all crrades and sizes,
Ware offering? some rare bargains, from a Silverine Elgin
at $3.75 upwards.
The largest line of Jewelry in the county. Pins, Ear
rings, Necklaces, Chains. Charms. Buttons.
Call and see our stock, whether yea wfch to purchase or not. U yon find whnt yen want,
we are sure to nave you money on It.
Areh L. Coleman,
-Carruth's Old Stand.
A BENEFIT TO HILL.
A Move On Foot To Have His Sen
THE COMMISSIONERS IN SESSION
The County Bord Transact Considerable
Business at Ita Final Meeting for
the Preaent Year Various
Other Local Jottings
A movement is on foot to secure the
commutation of the sentence of Mur
derer Harry Hill to that of. im
prisonment for life. lawyer Matt
Gering, counsel for Hill, has the
matter in hand and it is re
ported that be is now canvassing
among the jury, in the hope of secur
ing their signatures to a petition to
the governor asking for the commu
tation. One of the jurors, J no. T.
Nims, says he was approached and
requested to sign, but flatly refused.
It is thought, howevei, that there are
one or two of the jurors who will sign
at any rate. Whether or not Mr. Ger
ing is successful in his mission, he pro
poses to spare no fair means to pre
vent Hill's execution on March 1,1895,
as fixed by the supreme court of the
Plattsmouth, Neb., Dec. 4, 1894.
Board met pursuent to anjournment.
Present, J. C. Hayes and Geo. W.
Young, countycommissionerra, Frank
Dickson, county clerk. Minutes of
November session read and approved,
when the following business was trans
acted in regular form:
The following official bonds were
Assessors T. P. Skinner,Green wood
precinct; John Mefford, Salt Creek
precinct; Geo. E. Vanderburg Elm
wood precinct; Augnst Pauska, Louis
ville precinct; Amsdre Sbredon, Avoca
precinct; M. L. Freidericb, Eight Mile
Grove precinct;B. F. Moore Nehawka;
Geo. W. Lakeer, Liberty precinct; C.
S. Twiss, 3d ward Plattsmouth. Jus
tices of the Peace Alex Mitchell,
Weeping Water precinct; Silas Long,
Plattsmouth precinct; B. C. Mar
quardt, Avoca precinct; li. Sirleold,
Rock Bluffs precinct. Constable
Jake Cain, South Bend precinct.
Road Overseers E. R. Todd, ! district
No. 1; John Hirz, district No.' 2; C. T.
Richards, district No. 8, C. F. Vallery,
district No. 14; Wm. Leesley, district
No. 27; M. M.Shipman, district No. 33;
J. II. Davis, district No. 43; Alex
Mitchell, district No. 45; W. F. Mat
son, district No. 51; C. D.Quinton, dis
trict No. 56. County Attorney Cary
S. Polk, Cass county.
The ferry license of J. W. Thomas
across the Platte river, was extended
for one year from date.
The requisition on the state auditor
for supplies for the ensuing year as
prepared by the county clerk was filed
Board adjourned to meet Dec. 5,
Dec. 5 Board met, present J. C.
Hayes and Geo. W. Young, county
commissioners, Frank Dickscn, county
Notice of the death of Mr. Dutton,
Chairman of the board, being received
the commissioners adjourned nntil bis
successor is appointed and qualified.
The following notice was filed with
the county clerk, county treasurer and
county judge. To B. S. Ramsey, coun
ty judge, L. C. Eickhoff, county tres
urer and Frank Dickson, county clerk.
Whereas, It has come to our notice
thatS. W. Dutton, chairman of the
board of county commissioners of Cass
county Nebraska, bas been removed by
WnEREAS, the county commission
ers are now in session and under sec
tion 103 of chapter 26 it is your duty to
Therefore, we request thSt you at'
solid srold and filled.
once do so as the board is now in ses
sion and warrants will have to be
signed soon for the payment of bills
allowed and to be allowed by this
board, we earnestly request that you
act at once.
Dated this 5th day of Dec. 1S94.
J. C. Hayes,
G. W. Youxo.
Upon receipt of the above notice the
appointive board consisting of the
county judge, county treasurer and
county clerk, decided to meet on Dec.
7, 1S94, to fill the vacancy thus oc
casioned. Dec. 7 The appointive board con
sisting of the above named officials,
met according to agreement and pro
ceeded to ballot for a commissioner to
till the vacancy before mentioned. One
hundred and twenty-eight ballots were
taken without making any choice,
when the said board adjourned to
meet on Dec. 8th, 1S94.
Dec. 8 Board met, present, B. S
Ramsey, county judge, L. C. Eickhoff
county treasurer and Frank Dickson,
Board proceeded to ballot lor com
missioner, wnen on me second uanoi
. a .a 1 I 11.1
J. M. Patterson received a majority of
the votes cast, and was declared to be
duly appointed to fill the vacancy in
the chairmanship of the board of
county commissioners of Cass county
Nebraska, for the uuexpired terra end
ing January 3, 1895.
Witness our hand this 12th day of
Dec. A. D. 1894.
Frank Dickson, County Clerk,
L. C. Eickhoff, County Treas.
I hereby approve the foregoing report
exceDt that James M. Patterson was
appointed to fill the vacancy caused by
the appointment of S. W. Dutton,
chairman of the board of county com
missioners, without refeiene to the
term for which appointment is made.
B. S. Ramsey,
Dec. 13. Upon J. M. Patterson hav
ing qualified and bis bond being filed
and approved by the proper official.
The board met pursuent to adjourn
naent to finish the adjourned session
of tne December meeting wmcn was
adjourned Dec. otb, 1S94, until the
vacancy then existing in the board of
county commissioners could be filled
The following business was tran
sacted in regular form:
Assessors D. J. Pitman, Rock Bluffs
precinct; Homer McKay, First ward
Plattsmouth; W. S. Purdy, Fourth
ward Plattsmouth; C. Aley, Fiftl
ward Plattsmouth. Justices of the
Peace C. J. Vincens, Tipton precinct
V. D. Hill, South Bend precinct
Constable G. W. Mills, lipton pre
cinct. Road Overseers Jacob Meis-
inger, district No. 3; Josias Tighe, dis
trict No. 21; Aug. Dauleitz, district
No. 23; Sam Cox, district No. 25; Robt
Viall, district No. 35; Ed Chilcott die
trict No. 59; Geo. Edwinston, district
Resignation of F. F. Carnes as Con
stable in Salt Creek precinct, accepted
and Geo. W. Dickinson was appointed
to fill vacancy.
The cost bill State of Nebraska vs
Phil Green allowed Nov. 9, 1894, was
re-examined and defendants witnesses
allowed $4 each as mileage to correct
In the claim of II. D. Barr, for fees
in various misdemeanor cases the
board made the following record.
"All bills which this claim covers have
been acted and reference is made to
finding of commissioners heretofore.1'
J. M. Patterson,
J. C. Hayes,
Geo. W. Young.
Official bond of John II. Becker, road
overseer district No. 13, filed and ap
proved. GENERAL FUND.
S W Dutton, sal and ex p.. .. t 34 00
JC Uayea, same 27 00
G W Young, same 20 70
Frank Dickson, work and ezp.. 121 13
Ben Hempel, Janitor .. . . CO 00
G L Farley, sal and exp. 102 00
News Pt'g Co., printing 29 25
J C Elkenbary, bdg paupers 114 00
W K Fox, postals and envelopes (2bllls) 27 60
Clans Brekenfleld, hardware to Co .... 23 30
Jirnruh,bnrIalof panpers(2 bills)
Pin trays, 15c and up.
F McCourt, mdse to poor 60 00
H O Spencer, same 5 00
PS White, same 22 00
Bennett & Tint, snme ... :il no
P J Uunteti, Miiue II (0
A Chirk, suinc 81 S5
J N SioholB, tame(i bills) 10 00
Slander Bros., smiie 20 oo
J C Smith, care of cripple 10 CO
Platts Gas & Elect Lt. Co.. Kas IT 75
Mrs. It K Yoder, keeping poor 6 00
E E Hilton, work on plat books 31 0)
A L Vpham, bdg pauper 9 00
J C Eitenbary, Idg pris 4fl 00
J R Denson, bdg and ldg pris 117 25
W T Richardson, rent of house to poor. 1 oo
Jon Graham, care of poor 15 00
L Lacy, room for election 4 00
J Waterman, coal to Co. and poor . 112 C i
A H Weckbach, mdse to poor 29 35
Aug Bacb, same 20 CO
Matt Gering, def Hill In supreme court.. 2(0 00
P A Jacobson, mdse to poor 5 00
Miss E A Page, room for elec. fuel, etc.. 4 50
Win Kbrlght. clothing for pauper 33 25
E G Dovey A Son, mdse to poor.
. . M 00
. . . 30 00
C S Polk, def Ben Anderson
I I.ynn, room for elec
S F Tiraudet, mdse to poor
Vlck Bros., same
P P Sheldon, same
John Swoboda, same 11 W)
J N Drake, same 3 60
T O Davis, fame 6 00
J V Egenberger, sr., wood to poor 7 00
II D Travis, expense 75
J C Elkenbary, ldg pris 45 00
W II Dearing, expense 3 10
School Dis. No. 79, room for elec 3 00
Omaha P't'gCo., blank book 10 CO
Neb. Tel Co., rents 26 96
Turner Hall, room for elec 4 1X1
Ed Fitzgerald, team for Dtlog Tick ets. . 10 50
PTenny, burial paupers 15 00
Martin Tool, mdse to poor 2 bills ).. . 12 00
J Griser, wit State vs. Longehagen 2 10
J N Drake, mdse to poor 3 00
O II Snyder, mdse to poor farm 3"-i 50
Fred Patterson, room for elec 3 00
Kenesaw Post No. 123, same 4 00
C M Leach, mdse to poor (2 bill) 14 70
Hans Gooh, bdg jury .. fl 60
School Dis. No 60 room for elec 4 00
W H Dearing. costs State vs. P. Green... 4 13
Cost Bill, State vs. Ben Anderson fil 26
Cost Bill, State vs. Ida May Christenson 50 45
J C Eikenbary.f ees State vs.O Thompson 31 ttt
D A Campbell, fees State vs. Harry Hill 20 G
R B Windham, serin mandamus case... 25 00
A N Sullivan, asst pros Lindsay and
Griswold 5rt &0
Blanchard Potter, printing 80 50
Weeping Water Lumber Co., lumber t 47 90
F M RIchey. same 129 90
Frank fc Brldgcway, same 32 9."
A F Sturm, same 34 55
Coleman McPherson, same 41 72
L'ulon Lumber Co., (Eliuwood) same...
Curgea Bros. A Co., same (2 bills)
Avoca Lumber Co.,
COUNTY ROAD FUND
E E Hilton, viewing and sur road f
J L Hartshorn, serving road notices
Fred Ost, deposit on road ...
Fred Davis, repairs on road grader
Wm Longbridge, repairs on tools
Ed Burton, spikes ....
A II Hoik, same
Amsdel Sheldon, viewing road
Jas Root, same
G N LaRue, repair road tools
DISTRICT ROAD FUND.
Martin Wheel Scraper Co., plow Dla. 7. .$
" plow and scra
per Dis. No. 20 22 55
Martin Wheel Scraper Co., two scrapers
Dis. 43 12 50
Board adjourned to meet Wednes
day, January '2d, 1895.
A nickle-plated, round burner, with
opal shade, stand lamp, for $1.7-5 com
plete, at GeiiDg & Co.
Japanese 1'ile Cure is the only one
that can be guaranteed, as it is the
only cure. Sold by Frieke & Co.
A child can buy as cheap as a man !
Where V At Gering & Co's.
All legal business given prompt at
tention, D.O. Uwyer, attorney, Platts
Kraut in half barrels. Zuckweiler &
Lutz, corner Sixth and Pearl.
Notice of Chattel .Mortgage Sale.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
chattel mortgage, dated on the I7th dav of Oct
ober, 1K1M, and duly tiled in the otlice of the
county clerk of Cam county, Nebraska, on the
lWth day of October, 1894, aim executed by Max
Lemm to Melchoir Soennichsen to secure the
payment of the sum ot 75.00 and interest and
cods, and upon which there Is now due the sum
of 1.5.00 and interest and costs. Default having
uftn mane in we payment or said snm, and no
suuoroincr proceedings at law having been
iiiKiiuiieu 10 recover saia debt, or any rart
ijjcu-ui.iiiciciure win sen me property tnereln
uescriuuu, viz: uisnes, Chairs, tables, cigars.
tobacco, canned goods, counters, spittoons, ice
uuaes ana ui omer properly oi the .Max Lemm
reniauram. in otnining on east half lot six. block
iniriy-inree. in city or I'lattsmouth, Neb., at
ptiDiic auction, at tr.e corner of Fourth and
Main streetsoi riattsmoiith city. In Cass county.
on the 12th day of January, ihds, at two o'clock
p. in. ox sai'i any.
MELCHOIR SOENNICIISEN, Mortgagee,
Dated Decemter 20th, 14. jw 3
TO ALL WHOM IT 1IT CONCERN :
The commissioner appointed to view a road
commencing at the southwest corner of section
33, town 11, range 14. running tbenee north one
mne on section line between sections 82 and 3.
said town and range, and terminating at tho
northwest corner of said section 33-11-14, has
reponea in ravor ot we location tnereof, and
all objections thereto, or claims for dimura
must be tiled lu the county clerk's office on or
oetore noon on me l tn nay ot February, A D.
18U5. or such road will be located without refer
ence thereto. FRANK DICKSON,
51-4 County Clerk.
To ALL WHOM IT MAT COSCEBN:
The commissioner appointed to view a road
beginning at the northwest corner of section 26,
town 10, range 12, running thence south one
tails on section line and terminating at the
southwest corner of said section 20-10-12. has
reported in favor of the location thereof, and
all objections thereto, or claims for damages,
must be filed in the county clerk's office on or
before noon on the 15th day of February, AD.
lta, or uch road will be located without
Zuchweiler & Lutz
Cor. Sixth and Pearl Sts.,
KEEP EVERYTUING IN THEIR USE.
Give Good Weight,
YOTJR CUSTOM IS SOLICITED.
El CDtiee Esrinra
In order to encourage cash sales and close
up business promptly I make the
On all Cash
On all accounts due I will give TEN PER CENT
OFF if paid by December 1, and FIVE PER CENT OFF
if paid before January 1. All accounts running after
January 1. 1895 I will add TEN PER CENT. Now
is the time for CUSTOMERS to make TWENTY PER
An opportunity like
this seldom occurs.
50 Conts on
Are selling the Rosenwald
& Weil Overcoat Stock
AT 50 CENTS
ON THE DOLLAR.
Men's Overcoats and Ulsters,
$5.00 won $9.50
Men's Overcoats and Ulsters,
$6.00 worth $10 00
Men's Kersey Overcoats,
$7.00 -en" $1 3.50
$3.50, $4 and $5
Hundreds to select from, all colors,
weights and styles at just half
the regrular retail price.
Cor. 15th and Douglas St.
The Building With the Clock.
Cut This Out and Bring it With You.
Dr. Agnes Y. Swetland,
Special attention to Obstetrics, Diseases of
Women and Woman's Surgeif
Office : "'Ss ,15 Omaia. Deb
These tiny Capsules ore superior,
to lialsam of Copaiba, v v
Cubebs and Injections, f WITTV)
(They euro in 48 hours the
same diseases without any incon
venience. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
now be sola for at
AN : ABSOLUTE
The . House Furnisher,
For the purpose of further introducing it
to the people of this vicinity, offers
A CUT PRICE
- - ON HIS NEW - -
Wood Base Burner.
THE CUT OPERATES AS FOLLOWS:
Size No. 1,
Size No. 2,
These Stoves are elegant in design,
perfect in material and are especially
adapted to the
-BURNING OF WOOD.
Better results are obtained than by
the use of Hard Coal in any of the
Base Burners on the market.
PEARLMAN gives an Absolute Guaran
tee that these Stoves will give entire
Satisfaction in every particular.
Messrs. J. C. Petersen, E. R. Todd, A. B.
Taylor, H. D. Travis, Samuel Richard
son and others are now using this
stove in place of a hard coal burner,
and the public is referred to any of the
above. Drop in and see the Stove.
P68rlmcin. House - Furnisher,
Opposite the Court House.
TBI OLD KFLIA11LK
HAS PURCHASED THE
Sixth Street Checkered Barn,
AND WILL RUN IT !N
FIBS T- CLASS fi 'J .
Special attention to Funerale. ilaokt be
jud to all trains. "Promptness an 1 I Ideiity to
Customers la Ma motto
FOKMEK FHICK, I'llKSKNT THICK.
$35.00 . - $30.00.
3000 - 27.50.
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE; Second Boor of the Todd block
east of the court house.
H. O. LIVINGSTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I N SURAK CE.
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