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The Plattsmouth Joamal
KIRKHAM & GREEN.
One year, in advance, ....
Six months, in advance, . .
Three months, in advance, . .
Entered at the postoflice at 1'Iatts
moutb, Nebraska, as second-class mat
ter. OFFICIAL. COUNTY PAPER
WEDNESDAY, APKIL. 12. 1S99.
Is Mr. McKinley, who has delighted
in being called "the little Napoleon,"
trying to imitate that ambitions man
in his rhilippine policy?
Col. Bryan's harshest critics, in
dividual and editorial, are men who
aided directly or indirectly, in making
Mr. McKinley President. This fact is
worth making a note of. Ex.
The supreme court has ruled the
home for the friendless at Lincoln is a
state institution and under complete
control of the board of public lands
and buildings. What will the vicious
and lachrymose Granny Thayer do
now. that the props have been knocked k
from under him. Will he denounce
Nearly all the democratic and
populist pres3 dennounced Cornell, the
pas3-grabber, demanded his resigna
tion, when it was shown that he was
conducting his office after the methods
of the republican officials, although he
bad done nothing of a criminal
character. How different it is with the
republican press and legislature when
it was shown that f Judge Norval had
committed a felony in unlawfully tak
ing money from the state Treasury!
That whole crowd, with a single ex
ception, has given him a complete coat
of whitewash! How different are the
ASure Result of Foreign Aggression.
In less than nine months twenty-one
per cent of our soldiers in the Philip
pines are victims of a loathsome dis
ease, as Senator Mason says he was
informed in the surgeon general's of
fice. What percentage out of a per
manent garrison can be expected to es
cape? Ashland Journal.
Coaety Casnmisslouer'e Proceedings.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Apr. 4, 1899.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
full board present.
Minutes of previous session read and
The clerk ordered to remove the Ne
braska Telephone Co.'a 'phones from
the offices of the county attorney and
clerk of the district court, the 'phone
in the county treasurer's office to be
left In until further orders.
Claims allowed on the general fund:
George W. Young, salary and expenses. 47.00
J P Falter, same 38.75
Tamer Zink, same 33.00
James Robertson, salary, exp.and bal.on
assessors' books 145 00
George L Farley, salary and exp 102.00
J L Root aame 253.53
B J Hem pel, same B6.0J
X E Hilton, work on plat books 0.iw
W D Wheeler, guarding Jail 46 50
C H Sssltb. p m. envelopes and3clalms.. 58.90
D A Campbell, toIs 53 aad 54, Neb rep's. 5.00
w K Fox. suoDlles 8-43
j t, Hartshorn, serving road notices 4.5
nnnree Leach, team hire
N.nrrKikenbirr. assess'? road damages 8.50
a R Todd, same 3-50
J W Johnson, same 3-8f
A T Trwlrl IrT 6L33
. . M ww. .
jarnn' certificates paid 36.00
Board adjourned to meet April 5tb,
April 5th, 1199. Board met pursuant
to adjournment full board present.
C. W. Spence was appointed consta
ble in Louisville precinct.
Report of J A Simpson, county treas
urer examiner, was approved.
Official bond of W E Gesa was ap
proved; also George Steele, overseer of
road dist 37.
Claims allowed on general fund:
. . .
. ed? Philippines as be Was In Honolulu the j ThTnorth half nHJ of the northwest
Egenberger Troop, wood to cfcanty ...
R A Young, hogs to poor farm
Straight i Strelght, burial of pauper
Ebinger Hardware Co, mdse
A II Weckbach Co, coal
I Pearluian, mdse to jail
A L McDonald, spike. W -
A Bach, iudee to poor
Oliver Co, same.
J Hatt. same.. 5-00
DB McDonald, same to.uu
A U Weckbach'i Co, same.
Wurl it Coffer, same l8-90
JohnFitznatrlok.caring for pauprl8.00 1:1.60
piatta TlitIina Co. rents II 50
Platts Water Co, same. l
John Swoboda. lidse to poor... 10.U0
F S White, same J-w
Asher Clark, same .
E sturtznt'i:2er. same 5 00
il l vintl im - ...... ...... . O.W
John Joroushek. same "00
S F;lrardot. sao-e 1000
a T. I i. hum. cam of nauper . .,. 4.0"
Mrs It E Yoder. same 10 00
J C Frank, lumber 12-30
Mrs Iora Fleichman. rare of poor ... . 13.uu
PI, omnia X- Sun. rnir of tOOlS i-'XJ
rust bill, stale vs Huches 1" 4T
t.-.iKll1 ln..imrIU llllU!UC9 !.
ttiitp Journal Co. lildse 05.
It i: Marnnardt. mdse to poor
sunnier Bros, same 22.C0
Trihnnn I ' n nrllltins? !.
T 1 VIiU.l.Ta tiniirilhiLr ririHOnpn .....
.H V r..v., t
J C Smltn. care OI poor, iu, reiuwi. I
l"de Bocklsman, rent for pauper 7.00 I
r tiitd n.irli fnrrfimtv
Matthew tierins. defeudinS Hippie B-"Ln.r!, incurred within thirty dajsthe
. ir ..u.v I
Board adjourned to meet April btn.
Anril oth. 1S.9. Report of A. L.
Todd. Sunt, of poor farm, shows am't.
received. $152 29; am't expended, $141
52; balance on hand. $10.77 for quarter
ending March 31.
n-rir,w llilr.l ImHnllnr iurv 10.95
ii it PitmrnlnB liimtipr .... 43.16
Board was engaged examining ub
lie road near Union.
Anril s. 1S99. Claims allowed:
Geo Schoeman.workln dist 11 10
AEB Nellgh, repair road tools J v
DODwyer, defending Hughes 73.00
Petition for a public road commenc
ing at se cor n 1 of nw i sec 171014,
thence south 45 rods, thence left 41 " .
so m 12 rods, thence right 43c0omius
in mda. .thence rieht 3910s 7 rous,
thence left 45 10m 10 rods, to the cen
ter of sec 17 10 14. thence west on
qr line S0.GG rods, thence south 56 rods
thence west 40 rods, thence left2Ja
Dm 11 rods, thence 27 25m 112 rods,
thence left SI 50m 74 rods and termi
nating at the nw cor ei ne i sec 1910
14, to be known as road No. 3ol, was
granted, and damages allowed as fol
lows: Ella S Larsh. ei sei 181014,
claim fl. 000-allowed $200; II F Tay
lor, se i and ei sw i 17 10 14, claim
1125. $50: Ct W Grimes, nw i 1710
14. claim 330. allowed $20.
Board adjourned to meet April ISth,
1169. James IIouertsox,
Henrv Lehnhoff.a wellknown Louis
ville farmer was in town Monday and
called on The Journal.
B. O. Tucker of Murray, waaacoun
ty seat visitor Monday.
Last Saturday evening. Miss Edna
Marshall entertained a number of ber
rnnncr friends at the home of her
Darents Dr. and Mrs. Marshall, in
honor of her friend Miss Irma Hunt
of Council Bluffs. Acting charades
playing games, and dancing furnished
amusement, and an elegant supper
was served, partners for the same be
intr selected bv drawing and matching
ribbons. A delightful time was had
by all present.
Frank A. White has secured a
position in the same general mer-
atnra in Alliance, where
tuauuiac o.vw i
Arthur Tolliff is employed, and will
v A frKA .1 -.r rrrhrtila iltfnnrl. I
Dave tultlKC U' vu . t
ment. The place in F. S. White's
stbre which is now filled by the first
mentioned gentlemen win ie occupied
Harvey Holloway returned Sunday
- . T. 1 .. l.
evening trom nis trip to iub omts
itiiia. IIh was verv favorably 1m-
nressed with the country and contem-
nlatea returning there in a near future.
and locatinz permanently, naving
soured the promise of remunerative
J. L. Hartshorn, who wastbecauseof
hamrincr the jury in the case of W. K.
For. Adm'r. vs. the M. P Ry. In the
earlv oart of the term, assisted the
company's attorneys in the selection
of the jury by whisperea suggesuou
for the second trial of the case a very
Tuesday was the sixty-fourth birth-
rtair of Moses HUtt, and in celebration
of the event, his children prepared a
verv pleasant surprise for him in the
.q ,r on Want dinner. He was
cud y v. v . " r
also preeeLted by his sons and daugh
ters with a number or useiui gins.
Mrs. Lottie Alden and little son, of
rhevenne. came in from their home
this morning for a visit with relatives.)
ch. i a daughter of Mrs. Gertrude.
Wiley and a sister of Mrs. Lee A llison I
Don't Lose Any Time About It.
If you expect to ro wfst this fpri?ij
ask the nearest Uurlinston itouie
airent about tlie Hnfeisillv reduced
rate now in -tTe:t lo Mnt:uia, Utah,
California, Washington wml Oregon
points. Ak abiut th-ui rilit itw
TODAY. They iuy be witlnliHwn
at an? moment. Through loun-t
eleepinjr car service to S in Fraucisco
and Los Aiijteles every Unns lay
to iJutte, Spokane and Seattle every
Tuesday and Thursday.
J. Francis, u. 1. A.
The railroads have made a rate of
one fare for round trip, plus $2.00, for
the annual meeting of the .National
Educational Association to be held at
r.n Angles next Julv The $2 00
is tne association uieuiueiBmi ire.
The numbei of people who will take
advantage of this rate is likely to be as
ereat as was the case two years ago.
when, as the result of a somewhat
similar offer on the part of the trans
continental lines, 35,000 Christian
Endeavorers swept across the country
and over ran California from end to
The Burlington will sell home-seek
ers' excursion tickets April 18
May 2d and 16, 109!). for one
fare for the round trip plti3 $2, to the
following states and territories: Ark
amas. Arizona, Indian Terr., Louisi
ana. New Mexico. Oklahoma, Texas.
For further information call at 15. &
M. depot. W. L. 1'icKETT,
A horse was left in
some time ago by Uoy Gepner of Om-I
.. 1 Tn1oaj nu-xur ki u nmi sett les I
1 II r..l W 1 1 I V . i t . - - -
animal will be sold.
John Uuish, Manley, Neb.
Smoke the Itest.
Wurl Bros famous "Gut Heil" is the
best 5c cuar in the ro rke
Use Heisel's "l'lauaif ter"' Ho ur. By
doing so you will obtain i he Lest re
sults and patronze a Cass couuty in
To (.'urn a Cold tu One !'
Take Laxative Hromo lainine Tab
lets. All druggists refund money it it
fails to cure. 25;. The genuine has
L B. Q. on each tablet.
Fou Sale F.o. joung milch cow,
alow bargain apply to D . uiitb.
it ui' t;iB"r'
a mAriiii iinest .lilerica ! tett for
Boys' cougreas plow shoes for $1.00
at F. T. l tvi Co.'s.
"Ilobsou" five cnt cigar, is the finest
ever manufactured in the city.
W. B. ELSTER, Dentist, Water
man block. Plattimouth. Neb.
Have you paid your subscription?
You are notified that on the 18th
dav of March A. D., 1S99, Franklin T,
Blue filed a petition against you in the
district court of Casi county. Nebraska,
the object and prayer of which is to
ohm in a divorce from vou on the
ground that you have willfully aban
doned plaintiff and the further ground
that nnnn or about the 29:h day of
January A. D., 1899, you were guilty
of adultery in the city of Plattsmouth
Nebraska with one George Little, and
that upon or about the 3rd day of Feb.
A. D. , 1899, you were guilty of adul
tery with said George Little, and that
upon or about the 11th day of Febru
ary A. I), 1S99, you were guilty of
adultery with said George Little, and
asking for the custody of the minor
children, the issue of said marriage.
to-wit: Georce William, aged five (5)
and Josephine Elizabeth aged four,(4)
You are required to answer said pe
tition on or before Monday the 1st day
of May. A. D., 1399
Franklin T. Blue, plaintiff,
x i. .a rv l. i a. iinv-1. 1
H nharlea Grimes, his attorney
. M.l ,i t v 11 i r.i 1
. i 44. - t-A
HANDLES THIS CELEBRATED BEER AT
Depot, cor Main nd Mecmnl sU
St. Louis, and
all points east
All points west.
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS:
No. 1. Chicago-Denver express 2:48
No. 6 Chicago 7:12 am
No m. Local express, dally. St Joe.
Kansas City. St Louis, all
points south 10:.$am
No 4. Local exp, dally, aurllngton,
Chicago, all points east iv .wmw
No 92. Local exp, dally except Sun-
day, Facinc Juuctlou u-.-zpin
No 30. Ifreight, dally except Sunday,
Paclnc Junullon ' wp
No. Omaha St. Joe St. Louis exp.. 5::7 pni
So. 19. Local exp, dally, Omaha, Lin
coln, Deuver and inrmai-
ate stations 7 am
No.27. Local esp. dally. Omaha 10 am
So l'i. Loral ex . dally, St Joe, Kansas
City. St Louis, Chicago, su
points east and south 8"tt Vm
No 29. Local freight, dally, ex Sunday
CedarCreek, Loulovuie, aoum
Bend 7:44 am
No 7. Fast mail, dally, Omaha ana
Lincoln; SunUayOmana oniy - .u pm
So 3. Vestlbuled exp, dally. Denrer
ami all points In Colorado.
I' tan and California, Grand
Island, lilacs Hills, Montana
and Facinc N. W 3:2s pm
No 13. Local exp, dally exceptSunday
Louisville, Ashland, w anoo,
No 11. Local exp, dallyexceptSunday
Omabaana Lincoln; ounuay
Omaha only .. 5:00pm
Sleeping, dining and reclining chair cars(seata
fro on throueh trains. Tickets sold and bag
gage checked to any point In th United States
For information, time tables, maps and tlckeu
r ui in i .in..
call or write to
W. L. PICKETT, Agent.
I. FRANCES, Oen. Pass. Agt..
A. W. ATWOOD,
Successor to Smith & Parmsls
PURE DRl'OS, PATENT MEDICINES.
STATIONERY AND CIGAKS. PAINTS,
OILS. VARNISHES. DTES. PAINT,
HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES, TOILET
ARTICLES. PERFUMERY. SOAPS.
SPONGES AND ALL VARIETIES OF
DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES WINDOW
GLASS AND WALL PAPEK. HUMPH
REY'S. LUTIE'S AND MUNION'S
DOMOEPATHIC REMEDIES. PUKE
CALIFORNIA WINES AND LIQUORS
FOR MEDICINAL USES. IN FACT.
EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT FOR
SALE IN FIRST CLASS DRUG STORKS.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
South Side Malo street.
$ 1 a Year.
One hundred and
four papers for a
dollar! Think of
it ! Less than one
cent a copy !
li Wrte inclosing this ad. and Wte and e
JA . t "I -vA.k..ifit I M .in doll nO
m 1) cxprrss. C. O. ii. subject to examina-
will r.fnii vim i.i tin v s u
UllOn. II II " r.vwj k ------
Ji v ..rut.u i) crinl I mr SrW'
you cm: i y "? - -- - . . .
4 or 5j. a nd px press charges. This la a
I rccular 4.15.00 instrument., bouu """
4j twKii rancv riirl anU ebony checkered
XI 1 ril- t...7...:.r..i KuLtarflv a-uard
ij CU.'t. UfJBUUmi V , l . l . 1 1
Ji ...i.iV Ma.iioorVlolin "ii the same term.
!1 W rite for r itsr. rauni
Jl ....... a. iIimiui. Ilmshs. Net. tf
-v AUuiiai, i . 1
e best wav to attain
roundings cheerful. Make your home inviting by repapering the
rooms and repainting the woodwork, but before doing so, call and
inspect the immense stock of new Wall Paper in all the latest de
signs, and get prices on paints, oils, etc., at Gering & Co's.
Is complete in every detail c
auuueratea and of the very highest
( -.. jjicav-npiions.
tnctuamg Lombs, Brushes, Perfumes, Sponges. Chamois Skins, etc.,
is the finest in the city.
f GERING & CO.,
The Leading Apothecaries and Chemists.
. vu uc 3iin.ii up-io-uaic you snouid buy your
H.LL AND WINTER FOOTWEAR of Joseph FeUer. .His
ai-a is uic very nncst ever brought tn rhi Knf k ... -4...i
w.w. u.wuiu ij t-ty, ooia as to :
all quality. The latest toes the most fashionable colors w
2 o T .1 . .
inspect ine stocK.
MDERN FOOT CLOTHIER.
litebreast Goal Yard
-Lincoln Avenue and x
f.arge Supply of All the
I BEST GRADES
HP COAL SOFT
tiding the Famous
I Missouri, Illinois,
Jackson Hill and
Cannon City Lump, -
ys on band Also a quantity of cheaper
Grades of NUT COAL.
Jders promptly delivered to any part
the city. Leave orders at (To
ry store of A. H . Weckbach A Co.
ED DONAT, Prop.,
TbCelebrated John Gund
;r on draught, and a full
t line of the finest
fines and Liquors
xumon-iviade dears con
stantly on hand.
Figottled Goods a Specialty.
9 to 11 o'clock ever morn I a a.
niy high-grade Family Sewina
inc. possessing all modern
fitted mil lo lie Best,
iiims compinsoni. .
wrN.v. BELVIDERE, ILU 1
m MoniciufiDo eo.
cheerful tlcfi Id tn kua
vnrtl: .... m. a .
wd.rranr.ea pure ana
quality. We make a specialty
Our stock of Druggist's Sundries.
uet the prices. Both
are sure to
511 MAIN ST
P. G. Fricke & Co
Will keep constantly oa aaae a foil and
eorapletestoek of pare
PAINTS, OILS, Etc
Aiso foil Una of Br a (-!' oadrlee.
Pure Uqeota for medlelnal purposes.
Speeial atteatlea (1tb le
Full Line of..
Manufacturers of . . .
... All klacs ef . . .
Krog Brewing Go.
Sehlits Bottled Bwr.
Good Delivered to any part of the
any without extra eaerfe.
. OH iKAUGHT.
Fine BiUiard land Pool Table
BOTH, RILBY ANNBX
fc-'uEB,ii.ii. J cafe.
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