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y virtue of an order of sale issued by
George F. Houseworth. clerk of the d tetrict
iaiirc wunin ana lor Cass County, Aenraska.
nu hi me uireciea. i will on I lie
18th Day of July. A. D., 1901.
at Z o Clock p. m.. of said day, at the south
door of the court bouse in the city of Platts
mouth. in said county, sell at public auct ion,
to the highest bidder for cash, the following
vo-wii: fractional 101 tnree w),
iown ten uuj nortii, or range eleven (ll).
WALNUT HILL ADDITION.
IOt one in block one. lot two in block one.
lot three in liiork one, lot four in block one.
east half of lot five in block one. west half of
lot five in block one. east half of lot six in
block one. west half of lot six in block one, lot
seven in block one. lot eight in block one, lot
one In block two in said addition, lot two in
block two. lot three in block two. lot four in
block two. lot live in block two. lot six In
block two, lot seven in block two. lot eight in
block two. lot nine in block two. lot ten in
block two. lot eleven in block two. lot twelve
In block two. lot thirteen in block two. lot
fourteen in block two. lot fifteen in block two.
lot sixteen in block two. lot seventeen in block
two. lot one in block three, lot two in block
three, lot three in block three, lot four in
block three, lot five in block three, lot six in
block three, lot seven in block three, lot eight
in block three, lot nine In llock three, lot ten
in block three, lot eleven in block three, lot
twelve in block three, lot thirteen in block
three, lot fourteen in block three, lot fifteen
in block three, lot sixteen in block three, lot
seventeen in block three, lot eighteen in block
three, lot one in block four, lot two in block
four, lot three in block four, lot four in block
four, lot five in block four, lot six in block
four, lot seven in block four; lot eight in block
ublot one in block six. sub-lot A 2 in block
six. sub-lots B2 and C2 in block six. sub-lot
113 In block six. sub-lot FJ in block six. sub
lot F3 in block six. sub-lot G3 block six :
WEKPIMO WATER LIME AND STONE COMPANY.
Fractional lot 2u as shown on the plat hook of
section 1. township 10 north, of range 11 east :
fractional lot 27. as sliown on the plat hook of
section 1. township iu north, or range u east
all in Cass county. Nebraska, together with
the privileges and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in anywise appertaining. The
same being levied u pon a nd taken as t he prop
erty or John m
satisfy a Judgment of said court retwcred
. Carter et a I. defendants, to
by A. J. Seaman, plaintiff against said defend
ants. Plattsmoutb. Nebraska. June 1 2th. A. I.
V. I. WHEELER.
Slierln". Cats County. Nebraska.
II. I. T1JAV1S and J ESSE L. R OT.
June 14. 5t
By virtue of an order of sale, issued by
tieorge F. Houseworth. clerk of the district
court within and for Cass county. Nebraska.
uud to me directed. I will on the
18th Day of July. A D 1901.
At 11 o'clock. A. M.. of said day. at the south
door of the court house, in the city of Flatl
mouth, in said count v. sell at on nil'
auction. to the highest bidder for
cash, the following real estate, to-wit :
The southeast uuarter (se) of section
eighteen tlsl. township eleven (11) nortii. of
range nine M east of the sixth Drinciual mer
idian, in Cass county. Nebraska, together
with the privileges and appurtenances there
unto lielonging or in anywise appertaining.
The same being levied upon and taken as the
property of Ira A. Ttnkham et al.. defendants,
to satisfy a judgment of said court recovered
by I. K. Barr. plaintiff, against said defend
ants. Plattsmouth. Nebraska. June sth. A. D..
1H01. W. I. WHEELEK.
Sheriff. Cass County, Nebraska.
Wm. D. Godfrey.
Plaintiff's Attorney. Iunel4-5t.
From the Republican.
Last Saturday Reuben Clizbe fin
ished harvesting sixteen acres of what
he declares to be the finest fall wheat
he ever raised in Nebraska. This is
one of the many fields in this vicinity
that is reported as first-class.
The Frans general merchandisestore
at Union was burglarized Friday
night, of about $0 worth of razors,
knives, rings, etc.
Editor J. K. Kiethley and family
left Monday for a month's visit in Illi
nois, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa.
On June loth complaint was lodged
by Nicholas E. Cox against John
Behrns for assault and battery, com
mitted near Avoca. Justice Feck is
sued a warrant and Mr. uenrns was
arrested, but wishing to consult coun
sel, asked for a continuance until the
28th, which was granted. Witnesses
were subpoenal and on the iSth the
parties appeared, when the defendant
waived examination, and was bound
over tot lie district court in &ou bonds.
II. D. Travis was counsel for Ilehrns
and V. E. Tefft for Cox.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
issued by George F. Houseworth. clerk
of the district court within and for Cass
county. Nebraska, and to me directed. I will
On the 0th day of August. A. D. 1901
at eleven o'clock a. m. of said day. at the
south door of the court house in the city of
-PJausmoutb. in said county, sell at public
aucUoTiTt-the highest bidder for cash, the
following real estate, to-wit: Lots thirty to
thirty-eight, inclusive, in block three. Park
addition to the city of Weeping Water; lot
seven. In block nine. Carter s addition to the
city of Weeping Water: lots six to ten. inclu
sive, in block sixteen. Carter's addition; lots
one and two. block sixteen. Carter's addition;
lot one. in block eleven. Carter's addition: lot
two. block eleven. Carter's addition: lot three,
block eleven. Carter's addition; lot four, block
eleven. Carter's addition: lots one and two,
block ten. Carter's addition: lot three, block
one. Carter's addition; lots one and two. block
seven. Carter's addition: all in Cass county,
Nebraska, together with the privileges and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining. The same being levied
upon and taken as the property of John M.
Carter et al.. defendants, to satisfy a judg
ment of said court recovered by the County
piainim. against saia aeienaants.
Plattsmouth. Nebraska. July 5. A. D. IH01
W. D. W HFti.ru.
, . . Sheriff Cass County. Nehr ka
.. itooi, nainiin s Attorney.
Chas. Troop shipped fat cattle to
South Omaha one day last week.
W. H. Puis and Ernest Young went
to Omaha last Thursday.
J. A. Da vis made a visit to Iowa last
The farmers are beginning to cut
their fall wheat, and it is looking tine.
Ran Men ford has bought a number
of hogs in this neighborhood.
F. Cat hey made a business trip to
Plattsmouth on Mondav.
The Fourth of July celebration.
gotten up on short notice by citizens
of Murray and ticinitv, and held in
F. M. Young srs grove, east of the
village, was a very successful and most
enjoyable affair. A large crowd of
people from the surrounding country
was present, a speaker s stand was
erected, the declaration was read, an
oration of considerable force and abil
ity was delivered by the Christian
minister of Murray, and after a picnic
J? . -
uinner naa ueen partaken or a pro
gram of some extent was presented
from the stand, consisting of vcal
music, with organ accompaniment, iy
an excellent choir, interspersing short
speeches, recitations, etc. Visiting
among mends and amusements fol
lowed, Including a few innings of a
ball game. A number of Plattsmouth
people were there. It was a pleasant,
home-like affair, and those who got it
up are entitled to the thanks of the
To De Congratulated.
The world is, after all. a happy one.
and as we gaze from the window of
our editorial monastery at the sun-
kissed landscape, sweet visions of milk
and honey, humming Lird3 and mo
lasses dance before our astonished
vision like a calf before a circus pro
cession. L.asi baturuay one or our
subscribers canae id and paid, in cold
cash and in cold blood, three years
tn arrearages and two years in ad
vance. "Praise f.od from whom all
blessings flow." Nativoo Rustler.
Troop on the March.
A single battaliOK of infantry 1.00C
trong, wln.-U is the strength or an
English battalion, takes up a road
length of 52 yards, including about
eighty yards for stragglers. A bat
tery of field artillery takes up 200
yards and a regiment of cavalry takes
up. when marching four abreast. 050
yards. An army corps, with its staff.
wagons, guns, hospitals, etc., wouU
txtend over thirty-four miles.
f'apar Wall at luiliitn Ileml.
In order to minimise the destructiv
effects of possible explosions in the
government's new powder manufac
tory at Indian Head alL the buildings
are provided with "paper walls at
the ends. The thory is that these
light walls Mill be Immediately blown
aside by the concussion of the ex
plosion, leaving the main walls, which
are built as strongly as possible, prac
Accomplished Interpreter Wauled.
Can anyone iu Pittsburg siata
Kranlsb or Wenriish? If tu a nic
berth in the postal service awaits him
Kranish and Weuaish are the tonguei
of two ancient people of Slavonic
stock. Their dialects are distinct.
and, as they exhibit an undent roMible
desire to write letters, a mystittViJ pos
tal service needs the services of an in
terpreter. Pittsburg DlspaUh
SPARK LI XG
..Fred Kruy Beer..
DOTTLE I) AND
A DELICIOUS SUM
i ine Wines, Whiskies and
Rest place in the city for
Etiiu-i and Mixed Drinks.
E. G. DOVEY & SON
We are showing a special line of . Mercer
ised Under Skirts, all nicely finished, from
C II. Thompson '.s
Welter Rlticl; Main Street,
Drofiin ami fct acquainted.
' 91 vgrCfj.'
Same old place.
Snnie old man.
Come to theofiice mid get
your Ice Hooks at same
AlcMAKEN & SON,
Just received a splendid line
of Lawn Wrappers for summer
wear, from 79c. up.
The best Summer Corset for
50c. in the city.
Gage Down Corsets, all styles, carried
In County Court of Cass counf v. Nebraska
In the matter of the estate of William Kay
James Allison. Leroy AM f son. Mary Swan
Itovls. Wlniield Swan. Clai-a James. Ada Swan
Liars. itoDert nenaau. r.tary Kendall, and al
ot her pertons intereso-d. hereby are not itied
mai upon me isi aay ot June. IHOl. .lames Al
llson. administrator of said estate. Hied in
xaidcourta rep"t of bis acts and doings as
such administrator from February. Imw. to
June i si. iaui. Koa upon the same day tiled
iwinion lor unai settlement or said estate.
alleKin?. atoon? other things, that be has re
elved from said estate .'13i.W: that be lias
paid out ana snoum nave credit with the sum
of leaving a rvsidne in his hands fwr
awifiimHiii ana uisiririut Ion in the sum of
tji'.-.. rroin wnicn sum the costs of adminis
tfutlon will he deducted, and further alleging
tbat the above named are all of the heirs of
You are notified that a hearing will be had
at the County Court rriom at Plattsmouth. in
xiuiuuuijr.un inesan a ay or June. nui. at
the hour of 2 o'clock, p. m.. and that If you
fail to appear at such time and ohjvct Ut the
proceeding, the court may allow and approe
nu rni a uecreeor assnriime
and distriDutiun of the rHldwdrulrlKU
u the above named heirs, and discharge the
saiu tf.ujrsAiiiwii iniui ins saia trust..
VV ltness my band and the seal of said court
n"siuouiu..eirasiia.iiusja day of June.
n. tj. isui. J. r. IHJI tilAS.X.
SeaL) County Judge.
Notice To Creditors.
Slate of Nebraska. ,
Cass County. f
In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Mary K, Harri
son, deceased :
Notice Is hereby triten that the creditors of
saia deceased will meet the executrix of said
estate, before me. County Judce of Cass
connty. Nebraska, at the County Court room,
in Plattsmouth. in said county, on the lath
day of Aurust. 1WU. and on the l.'.thdayof
January. 19ui at o'clock, a. m., each day. for
the purpose of presenting their claim for ex
amination, adjustment and allowance.
Kix months are allowed for the creditors of
ald deceased to present their claims, and one
year and six months for th executrix ut set
tle said estate, from the 13th day of July. 19J1.
W ltness my hand and seal of said County
Court, at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this 15th
day of June, I9nl.
. (Seal.) J. E. riOUULASS.
June'Jl 4t County JudKe.
NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS.
In the county court of Cass county. Xe
In the matter of the estate of Lewis M
The children and heirs at law of Iewis M
oune. deceased, and all other persons inter-
estea in the estate of said deceased, will take
nonce mat on Monday. July lath. IMil. Marv
A. K. Young, widow of said deceased, will
take the dentsltion of R. A. Painter and John
l. VanWinkle. to lie used as eviil
bearing for the admission of said deceastsi. to
prooaie in tne anove entitled cause. Said
depositions will be taken hefora competent
authority, at the office of C. E. Ienr. in the
village of Ppringview. county oi Key Paha,
state of Nebraska, between the hours of a.
m. and S p. m. of said day. and the taking of
said depositions will be adjourned from day
today, between the same hours, until they
MAKY A. B. YOUNG.
By D. O. Dwyfr. her attorney.
liated June 33d. 1H1. 6-28-3t.
Indcpenrlence day was generally ob
served ?n some manner, as a holiday
by most Plattsrnouth people, because
K A 0, V.l A. V
uu i!i inai ceieoration naa ueen pro
vided for. A good many went to
Ajlenwood, others to Lincoln or Have-
lock, and some went picnicing down
or up the river, taking fishing tackle
along. The weather was hot, inviting
rest and laziness. The shops of the
Burlington were closed, and large
numbers of the employes were out of
town taking rides on the steam cars.
Evening brought a cooling windstorm,
from the west, followed by rain in lib
eral doses, putting a quietus to the
usual display of fireworks at, night.
Chas. I). Cummins has disposer of
his Chicago avenue lumler yard to
F. M. Ricucy and John Waterman.
-nr. cummins will remove to Okla
homa, where lie will re-engage in the
lumber trade. lie has been cmrawl
u me lumoer business here for the
past ten j-ears, and had built up quite
an extensive trade, but a desire for a
change and a prospect for an enlarged
Dusiness caused bim to dispose of his
v illi each dozen of our photos, until
July 1st, we give one platinum water
color panel. This offer is made only as
a means of introducing the new finish
in platinum water colors. Kt-r-dv
A PrinM'a Atilelle Tralnlaff.
TV l. t , n. , ...
or muK ui nw is said to be a ISM
or most vigorcu.r health, due to Ma
early traia'ng, which was almost Spar
tan in its severity. He had to riss at
daybreak and bathe In cold water all
the year round. If he was l.it hfa
tutor allowed him no breakfast. All
bis mornings were spent in study and
an nis amusements wcrs of on Sii,f.
TIME - TABLE.
.Mii.v i nil
) Nebraska 72-T.J.
i l'lattsiuauth 12.
Union Blocfi Gth & Main StS.
SAN KKAM'Im'i .
And all iuis west.
l(.c:il t i'ai'iliic .Imn--.
I-ih-hI ex p. l:iilv
-:it and soulii
Fr'irhi daily e. Suiul
Ixul I'ai-ltic .1 iiiict i hi
lytN-al ex ii. I ova int
Chic:igi and east
Fast ex.dnilv from Lin
coln to St .loe. Kansas
all Miiitsc:i-ts. soul h
IM'ai ex. dally Omaha.
Lini'oln. iK-nver ami
K C to (in:;lia via Fort
Crook ind So. I ma lia
IkmI frt daily ex. sun
ville. Si nit li ISeiul
IH-al from I'ac .luin 'n
Kat mail.ilail y.Omalia
Fast estiliule ex. daily
Chlcaso and east
Vestiliulisl i-xn. daily
lil k II ills. Phi i -oast .
Lincoln. Oraiul Islaiitl.
and l'ac. northwest..
Local e.x. daily except
ln al toOmahii.r
Ical from l'ac. .I'nc'n
Sleeping, diniii? aud r-eliiiin;r
ST. Lor IS.
A ixl all ioi:iisfas and
Lv til M am
" l 0 a in
" 4,1 p n,
" 4.i p in
" 4 :t.' p iii
" s 17 m
'" 7 4.1 a in
M 10 a m
' 7 1 a m
Aril l.i a m
7 :' a in
N o. J
ii p m
' ! 44 p in
r ." ." ji in
:t 4',' am
(seats tree) on lliroutrh trams. T .-U. is ..i.i
and bavaife i-hecketl 10 any jxiint in l iiited
Statesor Canada. For informal Ion. tiim ta-
i. ... i .i .i.... I. . - -
s. iii.tps nun lirhflM'Hli ollor wrile to
, W. U PICKKTT. Asr. nt.
J. Francis, r;. P. A.. Plattsmouth. .Nel
Lotii ia Balk unl Packages.
1 ii nt irass ami Lawn Se-t-tl.
SEE!) SWEET POTATOES.
It's lime to think alut
your lawns, and high
time t get to work at
.your gardens. Every
one of our lines of seeds
IS tested ami guaranteed.
I Bennett &Tu it
I THE GROCERS.
3 "Evi;i:vTiiiNo in Season."
Moi ray Harness Co.
T. II. TOLLIF, Mgr.
11.-st :,nil newest ,.f everything
We have an elegant assortment of Tuck
ings, all-over Laces and Embroideries, from
We haAe closed out the first big
lot of Rugs v.e advertised for $1.25.
so we have put on sale today 10
dozen more at the same price, the
best bargain in the country.
Call and see our now
j styles in patent leather
6 ,f jf .
CUIC Welt Sole
Exact Reproduction of tl.is Style Shoe.
E. G. DOVEY and SON.
MISSOURI PACIFIC'S KEY TIME TABLE
North Uttiiul l.i nvos
ii u.r -SO. I j ,
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Freight No. Vl (il:iilv e.eent SiViiilii vi:: 4l ..
-""Ill IMIIIII. f.u
i .vNMiir r o. -4 n :u n ...
I III J . ii n.
Freight Xo. liinlaliv eveeiiV Siiii"ii:"iVi 7 -L. u ...
io. S will ai'i'oiniiiml:itf tirn!iii 1 1..... i w,..
ers. as u hh-s not leave Orii.iha until 10 5 p m.
-o. I. eoiint-i ts at ( iiion with a train from
.. Is Coliiii-ils nt I'i.I.... ..in. .. r..
Weenins Wai.-ranil I.lin-o.ii
feiX&il . -': v "
V s I . t
r& ' vrlS xli ' . "
SADDLES, lUUDLRS, ETC
ff--WlujL - Awarded 1
Spring and Summer Patterns 5
. . - . ...
And goods just received z
Latest Styles in Cutting
WORK STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
hudecek & Mcelroy f
Rockwood Block Plattsmouth. Neb.
Soi.i by F. G. EGEiNBERGER
""wi r. A-i-iz , omalia aud tb
im C P. Huiitlngion began regular
cuBintu togetber in 1843, when tha
latter Had saved $1,500 from his earn
ings as a peddler. Huntington a
Wen a n?an of wonderful etrensth
ami wnnlfl lit.
" wucii in i. juio a wagGa a
oarrei or ealt weighing 300
BO YEARS "
; promptly precmnd. OK MO FES. 8snd model, .krtri
or photo for r report on patcntabilitr. Book Ha
v.H. and 1 unim FtunuiDd TrxU-Mukt."
(TKEB. Fimt brail Ter offered to inTDtora.C
UWIIX4 or Sf TEARS ntAOTIOE.1
...zy.uuu PAItNIS PKOCURFn THROUGH THEM.
iii.rTica. juoaermta cnarra. I
I Writ l Tf OTTlT A ?
) Opp. U. S. Patent Office. WASHINGTON, 0. C.
WE ARE SHOWING
New - Styles
Tn footwear for the Hjjring of 1901.
If you are interested in proper foot
gear you will call and inspect the new
lines nien's, women's and children's.
We me the leaders in shoe fashions
Blff Bonos for Scrum.
It Is reported that the Mexican gov-
rnment contemplates an award of
1100.009 to Dr. Ange! Belllnzaghi for
nis sexum against yellow fever, which
la said to have been successful In 8?
pr cant of the cases In Mexican hospitals.
Invention is probnblr patentable . ?,SfvL
tpfrua notice, without chikive, in the e
eolation of any ncientmn Innr.i lvVSTl
four month. L Bold br.ll n.-iV "
MUNN & Co.36,B"T.New York
produces the abov results In SO days. Itscti
powerfully aud quickly. Cures wbensUotberpfalL
Vonns men will regain, their loet maubood, aod old
mm win recover meir youtnrul visor oy using
BEVITO. It quickly and surely reetoren Nerrouo-
oesa, iams vitality, ini potency. KigbUy ,n"ti"in,
Lost Power. FaUing Memory. Wastitur lseaaea,an
it enects or eeur-aDiiEe or excess and Indiscretion,
wblcbunflw one for study, buelness or miniate. II
doc oniy enree oy starting at tne seat or. aiseaw. Dal
Is s great nerve tonlo and blood builder, brlna
Ins back the pink (flow to pale cheeks and re
storing tbe fire of yonth. It wards off Insanity
and Consumntion. Insist on hnlm RET1TO. no
other. It can be carried In vest pocket. By mall,
9VOO per package, or sis tor mOJOO, with post
written sraarantM to bm or ranmsl
the sieary. Book and advise free. Address
KOYAl MEDICINE C0Vi5"-
For sale in Plattsmouth by
GERING & CO.
.01 & 103 Wesi Sih Sf.f Kansas G!.y, Mo.
York Lifo BlduJ
Tho Old Rollablo Doctor. OldoEt In Ao tind Longest Locator!.
A nccu.i; Craa'u Jt:o In r,": calcine. Cver 27 Years Special
i-fttnto.-j t enr3 In Kansas Cliy.
f .liiT' ,Lj"-j: J St' lo ,r"1' -hroolc. Nervous and Special PI leases
paw unu no t-xpoaure. I. o caustics, cutting
bougies or sounds. No detention from bui
ness. Tbousands cured.
KUE'snted or morcy refunded. Rend tamB
for hca'; r.-Mt-r. fni!. ...1.1.. " ",P
f Seminal Weakness and
S folly an Jcxcesses causing losses hv rfr. .m.a
or with urine, pimples nn.l l.lotchi s on the
face, rushes of blood to t:..- nenn. p:tins in
back, confused Ideas iw.,i for,-cif 'iliirsK,
baHbfulnes!, aversion to Uuy, lonso; ce.
nal power, loss o manuood. etc., cured for
life, lean stop . ight lo.'-:e.:. restore lost
sexual power, nerve nntf hi-uifi jiower. en
large and strengthen weak parts and make
you fit for raarriofrs.
S vnh 1 1 i ,hat terl,'' nlsease. In all
,J its forois and h taxes, cured
for life. Blood HoIfoihuj, S!.iu :;;jea-8.
Ulcers. Swellings. Sores, (ionurrnot.-a and
Gleet, and all forms of Private Diseases,
positively cured or uiuey rc-f ti.Mied.
SaTICttirf radicallv cured without
and Infallible iiomo Treatment.' No
Varicocele--cl)'ar,ed YeXD ,a tu
, scrotum cansn?ner.
jousd-O.Lty. weukne-s of ihiTiexuaf
l in. etc.. uermnnfititlv . Ti"
nyc3 rocele-" opiTOf tLrotuni,
.v. , wiiuoui pain.
. atuuve uiseases, tbe effects and
Free Museum I
of Anatomy for "li ?'"C""OCIW!
Thousands of curiosities I a .
A sermon without words ! 8un1au. 10 f 12
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