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All Advertising EUU Due Quarterly.
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(TERMS: $2.00 a Year.
" ffy Extra Copies of the Herald for aate by
J. P. Youxo, at the Post-Omeo Kew Depot,
Main Street. "
TariTin In Advnca'
PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1SS1.
Onee-jo, !i.r,-e muu! :.s,
p DCOI'K. V . S. Scna'or. F.ealrice.
Vi VIN jf Mi:iis, I', s. Senator. maiia.
it K. V" V I EN 1 1 N E, liepresenlat e. West r:i!it.
,UilM s. N.N it. i.overnor. Lincoln.
,!. ll.KXAMif'lf, Serielarv of State.
JOHN V." i. 1. h IIS. Auditor. Lincoln.
.: M. F.A 1; i'i.E I ! . Treasurer. Lincoln.
vV W. .lil.NM. Said. Public In-triietioa.
X i; K Iv OA I.E. I. :uiil Couiiiii-M"i:er.
;' .1. MLWOli I II. Attorney O'-neral.
II P.Hiri. ( ii.-ipiniii of Penitentiary
. V. M A I 1 1IEWSON, Sunt. Hospital lor
St. ftreme Court.
s . X W ELL. " I. -r .liist.ee. Fremont.
.'. .-'(' K..I. k E. '!l.li'll.
t s.v uLU'.. i. .!..
.trru't'i Jti'tif.ittt liistricl '.
- : V "IM '. .lil '.P. I.ilio.'.ii.
. ! w VI -iuN. rroTMiiiiK-Afl'y. Net. !lty.
'. iloNV A 1. 1 KK. ilt'iK 1 s i i -1 C'otiri.
t x HI'I I.IV AN, County .ludge.
, 11 1'i l'. f'ouniv lo-ii -
i J'A'I 1 I KS' .s', Couuly Treaniri r.
i. vi. l": V i- !:-. Sii-nii.
-i vs . a I.K . 'o. snp't Pitli. Instruction.
iY -.V. KM HKI l'.l.l. Surveyor.
! I" V.". i'oiolnjr.
A V M I. I'irilAUiiSMN. Ml. I'lHio-aiil Pi telnet.
II' v fl K.s pi:ittsiniu!li Preeiuet.
i -..j-rt ( ; VFOi: I . -oul li I'.elnl Preeluct.
' !'Ti'i-s liavlng busiii-- Willi tlie founty
illflua litem in Rrssion tltu
ioljy ari l TuefcJuy of each mouth. 43tf
Cit if Dire tor v.
i V l I!VON. Mavor.
i ' PA 1 I I.PSON. Tn ;mirer.
.l' MMIN'.V, filV t'lelk.
i'l" 1 1 A It I VIVIAN'. Police Jiit:-1
i .loNI'S. 'lief of Poiic.
I U Will I E. Chief of pile l lt.
roKHUP.. f. H. PAIIMKI.K
V, i- aihfu:i.i. .1. V.
3' -.V-tnl-I. MII.I.KU.THOS. POlX I K
: VViini-P. M. -CALLAN.C.M. I'AWMlN.
T. tma.ler-iO.y. JIAUSHA IX.
:- i( W KSSlONjCA U DS
S ilVSICItS HmlSPIK'.EON.i.filce 111 Fitz-
;!.'iiil lil'jfK, won. u - -r
',, .1'El'VrilIf PHYSICIAN, onicc over I.
V -.i"ll.ew Hardware Slorc. Pl.utMi.o.u.i.Nc-
l-:..-.-::i. - b,1 .
'..i C!t L !! KS. fioin in .1. in.,
: "vr.Ti.i Fttc:k.
Ottceim M;:;.l Slr'.-ct over S.iio'.ivii
i lirinj Sl're.
" ' 5. .. II AKrHJ.lS.
. -l ivil Bi I 1( 'I T! i II. "Vi!l
::ce in . y ...l- . iiiv
n-Li-crio.v -I .7;:cia lt t.
VTlMitNKY I LAW. lii
Fi'-'- I ii-
i ii rui.-
mran'T -" oif'-ii"" j
".t i a.n's ldo-i. l l.tU.-ii;..'.i'.h. V M :..
&:. v.. "n.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Kcal 1-tate l'.'.o
i .... ..i ,i uiii'iitioii iriv-n lo t. ji I-'.s
. i' .,u'...Mit..is ajii-ct;in: the f ile to nsuVolal
i unci- . :i 2.1 ;!"Hi" os( i
tt. II. IVUKICl'Ea A. c .
L AS' OFFICE. Peal V. -tale. Fire aiul Life In
s..V.u'e Ano'lt", PlattMi-oulU. NCt:v-:i. i ..
r-cton. ;:.n-p-v.m.. H;.ve a complete :.-;i.
,.f fit'-s. Hc and sell rew oi.ue
!i V J. Si. t:iS Ai'fAX.
ATTORNEY AT I -AW,
i..,is..i:...!ni- i.i Chancery. Oilice in Fits r-
1). A. CAMI'lllV.!..
N.itai y l"iil)iie.
vl. FSi ATi: AtlKNl'H
,iiier V Co's Sti'ri-.
. 201 V
'.V. I.. 1-.1IOWNF..
A: ton:' A ;i La.
H I t tI AU. et
COLLECTION AM Kl
Hi e" over 'V. II.
-IAVS K. M'lIlltlSl.N.
Not -try Piil'lic.
ALll'ii'.i.lVll l..'.i. iio;.i..
iir.d adjoiuii :; '
f cilVclicti ai
,iti''S : jj:vcs "ovi ia. aueiuio:i
;!i-rva''-is of tn!c. oiUce r.l
l'lall-nnr.'.I'i. Nel laskA.
cr Ornamental Brick,
J. T. A. HOOVLli,
I.OVISVILU:. - - SK11HA8KA.
Vv PLATTSPrlOUTH MILLS.
' ' Vf M rMOLTH. NFH
v. n.isv.i, ri-opiictor.
Flour, Corn Meal & Feed
on hand .Vi
,5 for s.i'e at I 'wcst ca"!!
,iic. s ii.'.ld lor 'A 'Heat and
ntii n iiiv. n cuMhci worK.
y . n cs
t. 01 n.
" ''. . 1VM ITWIS'S!
. .... ' " " . . i ..if,
t'-ike t" in V to p i . -
r'ti iMijfcoLT A ".. n rJarci.n iiio-t. yw
Voik. send f r cutalois'ie ami ti rnis. 2i
A certain cure for Nervocr:
Debility, Seminal WeRfc
ness. Impotence, etc. '
?... Vuiinni iim.1 in mv Druclico for 2o YM.r
-den iiluuivted book td od paet piving di
.- , t .o-ii for (eif-treMn-iit. sent f r. Aiidrera
. "ft'ILXIAJia. 435 I. X b' Siiwa-i!
I;' t u r? aan
tnni brtun D.i.iild
tuw, ujk Hop
ralTcrintr from any fa
tten : If you .rr roan.
yoUiifT. BUfTerHMf from
I ci Imk1 KClt-
; o nop
V- r t f tj
Tliuuauiila die m-
. . . 11T .
nTwlijr from suni
form of Kidney
hi.c brn t)rfrDld
timely use uf
D. I. C
."a T'ri ITOT S:S
hi inre for
iusf of opium.
V..J -HI t"1
,rt I - I-
to oac co . or
hi It ma
if z3 - v-w..
ft- rr"y at I 1 a4 I M wa t aneiaet, b4 aM
1, . jrfW U b-Ua.-y B:faBa U. Ts mjO v
MaV4.U)Uii Li f tV I feraMlas. K- tvaaax-
w-ltTaI'---- " t ri hi -Mi aMt X
m- t:iMtfma ietttiimo-u t thm fafmf
t-rrf. $Tm-rL' miri f'fii. KT-a
Ivl In., l"L tJf -ir trfarty.
J:-4 --J W- t-1 TW.
riluce. ' I t.o".'r wtl fed lis
If ' ', 't M iftt
M'Mri.t'. It. !" I r'" mmth CW
ig . BU- i., m aa.1 I .u! t wy Ct.M iMiktr .
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t NUlrr pi.. lm M"'
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. . .f w nn I tt.M. n. mn wm m rar. he a,
. Tl, a ih, ffr,. i Tvrw'T.4 f.irr'(1i!i,n4
i .--'r It ,i:H B; fnr .hkh I in tfn lk.shf.1. in.
,4 . f cKVk iluw .1 m anot.Srr hoi"
- m eii. v . .-.e 73 a ri Huef imt m. I
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r. -i c t i iwr Wt, ii fax nhvviu. ai 1
i .. ..... i
B. & M. R. R. Time Table.
Tu.'diij hfvtt JttcemUr 3, 1S80.
FOK OMAHA FKOM Pl.ATTS.MOl"J II.
I.e-uvrM 7 :'J0 a. in. Arrives n :'M a. in.
2 :" l. in. " 4 :h) p. in.
' 7 :) a. in. " 9 :10 a. m.
KuM OMAHA FOil I'LaTTSMoCTII.
Leaves i :Tm a. hi. Arrives 10 :iH; a. i:i.
r, ::.r, p. m. 7 -M . 111.
" 7 ;oo ' " "a :u " "
I.eiives Pl.ttisnioiilli u :2o it. in. Arrives Lin
coln. 1 :c."j i. 11:. ; Arrive Keiiniey, 7'- 40 p. m.
I eavt-s Plalt.Miioiith ;il 7 :S . 111. ; arrive at
Lincoln :t : . m .
I- it-. w'ot If.ives ill k :V a. 111. ami at ft :l'i f. 1:1.
Arnvt- Ht Liiii olii at 1 : 111. and - : a. 111.
FKOM T.'li: V. KVr.
Li avt- Keiiniey. d : : a. m. I.i-jvhs Lincoln,
1 .IS' i. 111. Ariivi s i'lattMiut'ui.j. J l- '
l.ivi' I. inc. at 5 :4.
4ii., arrives at
I'lattiooutli it a. in.
FrelKht leaves Lincoln at 12 :K
i. in. Airiv.-s at PUatstnwutli at
p. in. and C :40
5 ;S5 p. in. and
11 :o."l. rn.
Panse-iser trains leave Plattsiiioiif h at 7 00 a.
in., tt :5 :u in. . 3 4 J P in. anil anive at Pacihc
Junction ;tt 7 30 a. in.. 8 w a. in, hiki 4 10 P- "
FtlOM THE KAST.
PaseiiKer trains leave Pacific Junction at 8 SO
a. in.. 6 4". p. in., looo a. in. anil arrive at Piatts
nioutli at 9 IM) a. mi.. V O p. m. and lo 30 a. in.
U. 11. II. Time Table.
TuUli.tj Kffit Snnilny, Vftmlur 3, 10.
HI. I' K II I IX
COU I KS.
PEU I L I'D.
IN AVAL K.
IM V I K I ON.
FK A K I. IN.
lil.l M I All MiTON.
N A PON I K
" iJ 1 1 1
J : 2.5
1 1 :4i)
12 : 1 1 i ' 1 1
2 : 2;'
AIIUIVAI. AMI IHA'AKTI HE
7.ao p. in. .
9 ;tO a. in. (
S.on a. in. i
X.v.t p. in. f
11. oo a in
I0..T0 a in. i.
11.00 a in.
1 1. no a in.
I 7.b0 a. m.
J 3.0") p. in.
j 8.50 a. 111.
( 8.15 p. IU.
3.00 p. m
7.tO a. m
I 7.4s a. 111.
' 2.00 p. Ill
l.on p. in
l.eo ji. in
Kit 1 IIKKN.
J. Y.'. MABsMALl. P. M.
IE S T
OF PLATTSMOl 111. NEIHSASIiA.
L';iN FlT"..F.lAl.Ii .
E. I i. !'V kv
. V. Ml LM UIILlN'.
JiiMI O Kl'l'KKK
Vice I'ri siiicnl.
This P.ar.ii i. now open for husinos at their
w room, corner Mfi "' Sixth streets, and(
; vit-i-aivd to transact a u' l.eial
firtki, Bcndt.Gold. S.-vcrnment mnd Locaf
,.-.-', HOI CUT A NP S'l.I.
li-.'.'eUfl nnd luU-i'eit Aliotc
t'l c.u 2'inif Certificate.
Vvai.ablti in any part of the Vnlteil Slates and
In ail tins PrinelpalTowii and Cities .
- of J'lirope.
AKLMS i'OU Tin:
is man Line and Allan Line
Per-oii wihhiiiB to lirni;? out their friends f nun
I'l Util AsF.li' Kr.TSFUOM C3
T h r o u e li to
WEEPING WATER BANK
or :k:i is icon.
ThH H.ink is now open tor the transaction of a
Banking Exchange Business.
Pc.eived. and Interest avowed o:i Time Ccrtl-
Drawn, and available in the principal towns
and cities of the Fnited States and Europe;.
Agents f'r the cehhrattd
Hamlin Lite 'of Steers.
Purchase yynr tL-kots from us.
Through from Europe to any
Point in the West.
KEEP IlKOS.. (.-Lfi Weeping Water, Neb
I'uri.lohes Fic-h. Pnic Milk.
.sp-cial ca:!!" attended to. and pre
from sanif cow flliui-hi d when tinted.
OTrTTL Nw for Itoy id Oirln ! t
Tn,.miinil Old't A NEW IX-
VKNT1UN iut patented for them.
for Home nee I . "
Fret and Scroll Bawinff, Turainir,
Screw Culting. rnce 3 n
I 8tid 6 cents for 100 pae.
KTHRAXH EKOWH, tidweU, kba.
ARE PAID rr soldier diFKtrl la
I'll f -f'liy . by fccnJeiit r ctcr A
OlM . f !ht kiDtl.K'ftof lncr,lfl
or cjs BVMl'Kt.if kttt i hriit.di
e I Ltmc or uriroac Yt-lna iti a
y- n. I iadr new U thoufeAnos ar
-.t vltj to an lncrcnse cf riom
U jiu . orphan a au-i t pmd-t father
tr motion of i-ner" d-'-'l in ts
rtr r-t a r ti-fca. BnH Dii-e'larr-
f. r . -n.l. in, r tt rr mptKr.
' iW I? r T.fo'lr.it. Sr.ataa-.pt r;
I t I sri.l I". .-.niT A.-'.. A :iirr-,
'I I jf jtr.T I i-.-.'.j; 3 ir-l. V . V. f
I f"7, p. A.IV.i -. Pr- I ll.'t" pi
- ' J . i !'. i k-:. i'- -
fallMiintf. Sr.fi iair.pe i re'j-y
CI 7 St. t'Larleii S'lrfci, St. LoaIs,Mo.
A nulir irmd aate uf t - Ml.ral (iiUnm bi, tia
e -i Irf-i..-. aii.'.ji:i.l 'ill i:t T-el.iot kuo. 4? "
i:r u-T i- j'uii .HO -r tv rr'Jr.ai ftnoci-uiia .
y, .-'r-,'..-. .r ..." - ' - ' ' . '
1 f sA-lal POWe'.Di.:kt 1 w- Tlm Eli.
ir"i -r.u a-i I- -'-- i''Jfl
; Jun. Mil-l:H rid.Ur eprA -nro
a-.ii .. l ira dn-.ct rx.-u. U. la UMiur aa.
T . ' .. .i . . . . .r . T A nail. WOT.
of wliivy Kfil vv.-wi, an 1 iaiaj mora. 1 bJimcTia
ortootmr ..I. ? i oar-:aWttt r?-d U ilianket p o
clr loca and kf. 3 era. I- m-.:J to moooro' i
SC. 1&r.yL.U Oo -: .i : : f r n r h rv (t anl BioK(m.
I I! Lla Wk3, Lct aln.iiod. rrr.t!
I.VfcJi, ATMTioa toriocHet
L'.'fw tia Memory n4 I 'jnrrs hroiSJt on rtr ST-
Aboae. Apt 'iii fy- tbfvt t,r: in-r", .j-.n'. hL Liu
Cn-Tt:ra L-rv'e,i. Ht.C.is-:. "t. I Ml
703 Crtrt St, St. Loit1A Mo. old
OQUnroCTira riaiAW; 1 1; tau'.aal weox
liati, Impotacov.a:) frw-n. .fil y pli .a, Cioiwr 13 a a,
Gieet C rlseT or aWVtr -'J- itoent eaaee
Mi u. r.. Jx j.ii:.. Q.-c wMiranj iron.
air-!O.T. , Clw i fj-ll ar arlLa
1 . -r.
Money Positively Refunded
OTTR PRICJ? LIST for Til 1 1 IT Y
Partis Het standard Irliif
SS'YardN $UmhI IPrintM for
ILalc styles CJood ress CJod
JBet Cring;liam89 Colors Warranleal
44ool Caiilii !FIaassels4
IPosiliveSy at MaiiHfatiiireFjs9 Cot. Sec oar
Fall Stocfc'Sffen'K l-Sp5
'KIce ILiafilleK9 aaal
The Best and
ISe smp So se sscs tscfore spcBidlisg asay isoi2y elscwfisci'e,
awfii ii we don't sell to yoss, ome otliea- placeN wiSl Isavet griy
yon tlseii goods. Conte to tlae place wljes'e yosa ape cea'talea o'S
SQU ABE- TEE ATMENT.
- SAFES, CHAIRS,
BTC. KT. FTC.
(V- J 7 Dtsrriptiom.
METALLIC BURIAL CASE
01 ail sizos. ready mail'1
and soul cheap lor cash
Jr FINE II F ARSE-
is o i.r.Ai'A tui M.i.rt
With many thanks for past pajionare I
invite nil to call and examine my
LAivCE STOCK UK
1 it f. Fl KXTI 'li: AXl .-FIX
W. D. JONES,
lSucceor to June & Aj;new )
Again takes charge f ttte Old
Brick Livery Stable.
PLATTSMOUTII. - - NEBRASKA.
The old IUmner Stalle. in Plattsniouth. are
now leaden by W. II. Join's, and he ht
on hand New and handsome accommodation:;,
in the shape of
HORDES, CARRIAGES. UVtiUlES.
I am now prepared to keep HOUSES .
And will "
" Train and Bre.tk Colts
On lteaoiiable Terms. . .
Tl.at with plenty of room (ilia:
knowc I havel in ny stablo. I can
em Ftoirk and tvacons, loa: of hay, sc., uuuer i
cover, where they will keep dry.
Tliai-r.i ie all the old patr-ms for tbeir liberali
ty. IaoiieiT taeir traue for ttis future, rationed
ttist I can ncnnmnioslate them better and do
betiet by them than ever before.
r. n. jones.
1W ftaa to
cotiM, I--. I . . u mli ia.
C rrlapa - of X art. fcMwt.tr. tr -OMlMriiNtoa.
Latest Styles of ATS AttO
Strictly. Secure now wMle oar toeli In
iscowiBt ail IPri
HOD IPea9 .(Deimtt
A. G. HATT
JL-ST OPKNEU A:,V1.V.
Xer, Clean. First Class 3IatShop,
osMain Street Corner of 5th. Plattsnioutli
Every hoity on l and for f.i si:, tender meat.
5 ?f '
s c - a. .
I W Pill '
! Estail Liquor Dealer,
f CIGARS' AND
Billiard Hal! and Suloou or. Mam fctreot, four
doon froin Sixth at Ntvllie'
BEST BRANDS OF CIO A RS, ..LES.
WINES, d-C. '
on Goods not as represented
Exi s m n .
i fef &l l;vJ lOl
5?- 1 9
Fall mteU M
.ay i ...S'-ZaY) - cf- sojsr.
U HOC Eli IKS OF ALT. KINDS.
Ijtive stock of .
BOOTS and " SHOES
and in fact everything you can call for In
the line of
CASH PAII1 FOK IIIPES ANL) FUUS.
Aii kinds of country n: educe taken in en
change for goods.
Ail Paper Trimmed
ALSO DEALEE I5f '
. Latest Publications.
rrewrripHwitu Crrfnlly Cora pounded
l an Kxp.T4encea Drusgi't.
WWrHlttK THK PLACE. -
WALL PAPBM ;
large lisse9 asin
V ery Low
p am LMi:i,; p
IvH SIS B 3IGK,
ijiis inp and want .to
MAKE THEM CHEAP,
lli.it people can huild
IWWX HOUSKS JXSTEAD OF FUAMS.
1 shall coiitraet and
Build BRICK Houses.
the coining year nnd wculd like those
Inteiitling to Iluild to
; give me a call before looVisx elsewhere
JEP.UV HV HTM AN.
At my piiui- u Vvuiiiuit'.on Avenue or at F.
S. W hile ? ;rUf-j o;. Main S-.rssei, PLtttsuiotith,
Ml HABDWARH STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has Jir-t ojictied an entln nc-.v stock of hi-id-v
Tarsi .-afc rac bc itrz ac -aa-
Ncr.t di'or vri-'t of Chapmaa & Smith's Dm.
A Full Line of
SHOVELS. RAKES. SPADES
A GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS. NAILS, ly the Ke
. or Poinul-
ROPE, POWDER. SHOT, GRIND
A Full Lrne of ( I'TI.EII V.
Special Rntejs tt Guilders and Cvr
HIGH 1.1 IK N SI'..
The I'rovisions of Nlocuiub's Hill as
Passttl the 1 no Houses ef
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the
State of Ntbr.txka : ,
Section 1. TIio county board of
euch county may grunt license for the
sale of mult. tpiiituous and vinous
liquors, if deemed expedient, upon tlie
application by petition of thirty of the
resident freeholders of the town, if
tlie county is under lowiiship organiza
tion, and if uol under tovnshii orga
nization, then thirty of the resident
freeholder: of the precinct where t lie
sale of such liquors is proposed to take
place, sett ing forth that the applicant
is a man of respectable character and
standing and a. resident of this stale,
and praying that license may be issued
to him. Such app'ication to lie fiied
in the ofliee of I lie county clerk and up
on the payment into the county treas
ury of such sum as the hoard may ie-'
quire, not less than live hundred
.5300) dollars for each license and uir
on the compliance with the provisions
of this act: I'rociJed, such board shall
not have power to issue any license
for the sale of any liquors in any city
or incorporated village or within two
miles of the same.
Sec. 2. No action shall be taken n li
on said application until at least two
weeks' notice of the filing of the same
has been "riven by publication in a
newspaper published in said county,
having the largest circulation therein,
or if no newspaper is published in said
county, by posting written or priuled
notices 'f aid application in livo of
tin most public places in the town,
precinct, village or city in which the bu
siness is tube conducted, when, if there
bo na objections in writing made and
tiled l;i the issuance of said license,
ami the county board is in session,
;ind all other provisions oLtliis chapter
haye been fully complied with, it m ty
Sec. o. If there bu tiiiv objection,
protest or remonstrance tiled in ihe
office where the application is made
against the issuance, of said licen.se,
the county board shall appoint a day
for hearing of said case, and if it shall
be satisfactorily proven that the appli
cant for liceiiae has been guilty ot the
violation of any of the provisions ot
this act within the space of one year,
orif any former license shall have
been revoked lor anv misdemeanor
against the laws of this stale, then he
board shall refuse to isuti uch
Sec. 4. (n hearing of :.ny ca;ie aiis
under the provisions of the last
two tactions, any party interested
shall h ive process to compel the atten
dance of witnesses whothall have the
same Compensation, as now provided
by law in the district court, to be paid
by the party calling said witnesses-.
The testimony on said hearing shall
be reduced to writing an 1 tiled in the
ortice of application, and if any party,
feels himself aggtieved by the decision
in said case he may appeal therefrom
to the district court and said testimo
ny shiili be transmitted lo said district
court and such appeal shall be decided
by thejudge of such court upon said
Sec. i. That license shall state the
time fur which it is granted, which
shall not exceed one year, -the place
w here the liquor is to be sold, and
shall not be transferable; and any li
cense granted under this chapter .may
be revoked by ih" authority issuing
t e same wlieiu vt r the person licensed
shall, upon due pro-if made, be convic
ted of a violation oi any of thw pro
visions of this act. The license shall
be in the following form, as near as
STATE OF Nm It ASK A, i
County of j '
To all who shall see Hum prev
ents: Know ye. that haviiigon
the day of , A. D. 13... tiled
his petition and bond aecoiding i j
law, and .paid into the treasury the
sum imposed on him as a vendor of
malt,. spirituous and vinous liquors
therefore the said ... is hei oby author
ized to sell malt, spirituous aiKj vinous
liquorsat for month'? ending
.-.".day of... , A.D.I S..
In testimony whereof, I.
clerk of. , have affixed the
seal of said , this.... day of
... , A. D. 18. . .
' seal. Clerk.
Sec. C. No person shall bo licensed
to sell malt, spirituous or vinous
liquora by any councy board, or the
authorities of anv city or vilage, un
less he shall first give bond in tlie pen
al sum of live thousand (Sj,000j dol
lars, payable to the state of Nebraska,
with at least two good and sufficient
sureties, freeholders of the county in
which the .license is to be granted to
be approved by the board who may he
authorized to issue tha license, condi
tioned that he will nwl violate
any of the provision- of this act.
and that he 'a ill pay all dama
ges, titles and penalties and for
leilures which may bo adjudged
againut him under the provisions of
this act. The board taking such bond
may examine any person tillered as. se
curity upon any sucli bond, under
oath, and n q'iiie him to subscribe and
swear to his statement in regard' to
his pecuniary .anility to become such
security. Any bond taken pursuant
to this section may be ued upon for
the use of any person, or his legal rep
resentatives, who. may be iiijuied by
reason of the selling or giving a'vay
of any intoxicating liquor by tlio per
son so licensed, or by his agent or
Sec. 7. No ieroii w ho is hoiden as
the. principal or surety upon any bond
given under the provisions of tlie pre
eeedin.4 section, shall be permitted t-
become a surety upun any other bond
of like character.
Sec:. 8. Every perspu licensed as
herein provided, who shall give or s-11
any malt, spirituous and viiions liquors,
or any intoxicating drinks, lo any mi
nor,, apprentice or servant, under
t wenty-one years of age, shai! fotfeil
! pay for eiic'i oiiense the si'.tn of
Sec. l. Any minor, apprentice orser
vant who shall, for the puriKtae ol
evaouig i lie; i ii w iso iii3 yi tin n rtru- j
ina section, falsely represent his ai'', j
shall be deemed guilty of a misde-i
i : ii., : . ; , ..e , i !
meanot and lined for each and ev;-iy
oiTetise not exceeding 8.0. (r iiiiprisoti
ed in the county jail not exceeding
h'.i ty days, or Uth, at the discretion
of the court.
Sec, 10. Every person so licensed
who shall sell any intoxicating liquor
to any Indi fi), insane "person or idiot,
or habitual drunkard, shall forfeit ami
pay for ich offense the sum of $5').
SEC. 11. All persons who shall sell
or give away, upon any pretext, nult,
spirituous or viiroii3 liquors, or any
intoxicating drinks, without having
first complied w ith the provisions of
this act, and obtained a license a. a
herein set forth, shall for eali oitenf
be deemed gn:l,y oi a misdemeanor,
am, Uli"il c onvict Ion thefesif shall be
lined not less than one hundred doiiars.
nor nvr i' nn fit-,. Ii o oft n-f rl. ,1 I.i r r r
in the county jail, and shall be li;ib'.e
in all respects to the public and to in
dividuals, tha same as ho would have
been had he given bonds and obtained
license as herein provided.
Sec. 12. The magistrate before
whom any complaints is made of a
violation of the provisions of the pen
ding section, shall issue a warrant for
the arrest of the offender, and if upon
an examination the magistrate shall
have reason to believe ihe party guil
ty, ho shall recognize him to appear at
the next term of the district court as
in case of felur.y.
Sec. i:. Every person so licensed, or
any person, who shall intentionally or
otherwise, sell or give away, or direct
or permit any per-ou or persons in his
employ to sell or give away any malt,
spirituous or vinous liquors, which
shall be adulterated with strychnine,
st rout i.i. sugar of lead, or any other
substance, shall forfeit and pay the
sum of one hundred dollars for every
such offense. An analysis made by a
practical ehem st sh.ill bo deemed com
petent testimony under the provisions
of this section.
Sec. 14. Every person who shall sell
or give away any malt, spirituous and
vinous liquors on the day of any geu
eral or special election, or at any time
iuriug the first day of the week, com
monly called Sunday, shall forfeit and
pay lor every sinm oltense, the sue ot
one bundled dollars.
SEC. 15. The person so licensed shall
pay all damages that the community
or individuals may sustain in conse
quence of such trallicjie shall support
all paupers, widows and orphans, and
the expenses of all civil and criminal
prosecutions growing out of, or justly
attributed to, his traffic in intoxicating
dtinks; said damages and expenses to
bo recovered in any court of competent
jurisdiction by any civil action on the
bond named and required in section C
of this act, a copy of which properly
authenticated shall be taken in
evidence in any court of justice in this
atte; and it shall be the duty of the
proper clerk to deliver, on demand
such copy to it: y person who may claim
to be injured by such traffic
EC. 10. It shall be lawful for any
married woman, or any oilier person
at tier leuuest, to institute and main
tain in her own name, a suit on any such
bond lot all damages sustained by Her
self and children on account of such
traffic, and the money when' collected
shall Ik; paid over for tho use of her
self and children,
S' C. IT. When any poison shall be
come a county or city charge by ieason
of intemperance, a suit may be insti
tuted bv the proper authorities, on the
bond of any person licensed under this
act, who may have been in the habit
of selling or .giving intoxicating liq
uors lo the person so becoming a
charge: Prodded, That the person
against whom a judgment may bis ren
deied under tlie provisions hereof, may
recover by. a similar action a. propor
tionate pari of said judgment from
any and all persons engaged in said
tlilic, who have sold or given liquor to
such person becoming a public charge,
or to any person committing an
sec IS. On the trial of any suit un
der the. provision hereof, the cause or
foundation of which shall be the acts
done or injuries indicted by a peis.m
under the lollueuce of liquor, it snail
only I e necessary to sustain tte action
lo prove lhat the defendant or defen
dants, sold or gave liquor to the person
so inioxicatedor under the influence of
liquor, whoso acts or injuries are com
plained ot on lhat day or about that
time hen said acts w ere comtnitted
or said injuries received; and in an
aclioi. for damages brought by a marri
ed woman, or other person whose sup
port leg. illy devolves upon a person
disqualified by intemperance from earn
ing the same, it shall only bo necessary
to prove lhat tho defendant has given
or sold intoxicating chinks to such
person during the period of such dis
qualification. Sec. l'J. All suiis for damages and
expenses arising under this act may
be commenced and prosecuted before a
jualiui of ihe peace, where the damages
claimed do not exceed tl.e jurisdic
tion of said justice, althongh the pen
alty in the bond may exceed that
amount, and the. judgment shall be
for the damages pioved.
Sec. 23. All lines and penalties so re
coveied under the provisions of this
act shall, when collected, be paid into
the proper treasury for the use of the
school land, and the corporate author
ities by whom such license was issued
shall pay to the complaining witness
in such action, out of the, general fund
of the county or city, an amount equal
to one fourth of the sum actually col
lected and paid over to thy school fund
as aforesaid. .
Sec. 21. I ho oouuiy board, under the
resti u'uuiis contained in section one
1 ; of i Ins act, may ' grant permits to
diuggists to sell liquors for medicinal,"
mechanical and chemical purposes up-'
on a compliance Willi all the piovis
ims hei eiubeloie contained, and sub
ject to ail the requirements and penal,
ties contained in this act, except that
no license lee sliTUl be required except
the cilst of issuing said peimit.
SEC 125. The corporate authorities
of cities and villages shall have power
to license, regulate and prohibit the
selling or giving away of any intoxi
cating, malt. fcii i'ous and vinous, mix
ed or fermented liquors within the
limits of such city or village, tho li
cense not to extend beyond tho muni
cipal year in which it shall be granted,
and to determine the amount to be
paid for such li. 'en.se, not Ir-ss than
five bundled c?5o0 doll. us in village,
and in cities of less than ten thous
andi'.iihabil.uits; nor less than one
thousand ('31,000 doll tr3 in cities of
noire than ten thousand inhabitants:
Frtjcidvl, That the city council in
cities, or board of trustees in villages,
may grant 'p1'"1''1-3 to druggists for the
hale of liquors for medicinal, mechan
ical n:;u viiemical purposes only, sub
ject to forfeiture, an 1 under such-restrictions
and regulations as may be
provide.; by ordinance, and subject to
the prov isiju'4 of section 2'i of this act :
Provided further. That in granting li
censes or permits such corporate au
thorities shall comply with and b
governeit-by ail the provisions of this
act in regard to granting ui licenses,
and ali the provisl'.iis and penal ies
contained i:; li. is act shall b; applica
ble to o'.ii'ii licenses and the persons to
whom they are granted: Provided
als'j. That ia giant io any license thp
petition theiei'or shall l sufficient if
sigiied by thirty of the resident free
hotder.s, or if Uo-re are less than sixty
a majority of the freeholders of thn
ward or village where the sale of such
liqu 'is is to lake place.
Skc 2'5. Anv druggist to whom a
permit tiuy be granted, as contemplat
ed in sections 24 and -5 of this act,
shall keep in a book, piovided by hlrn
for that ptirpose, a register of all liq
uors sold or gi v;':. aw ay, by him, which
regislrr i'r.ail show the dates, kind,
v,i.i:,nti; v, for what purpose and to
whom such liquor was sold or given
away, wh'n h !ok shall be at a'i times
open to the inspection of the public;
al drii",g!ss t,: whom such - permit
,VJ"'""".,l.t'-rl if-Till o'l.J ':. ''"
file in tho office of tho clerk of the au
thorities granting such permits, a le
noi t ot all entries made in said regis-
ister as contemplated in this section, y
since his last report, which shall be
subscribed and sworu to as comet 1
said druggist, and that he has nutJtHJ
oi given away, cither by lumseKf, c-ferW
or agent, any liquor?,Other than st"'"
in said report. Any Hlaiwa
to comply with the provisions of this
section shall be deemed guilty ol mis
demeanor, and upon conviction there
of, for each and eveiy offence shall bo
lined in any sum not less than twenty
dollars nor more than one hun
dred (,atH) dollars, and bo imprisoned
in the county jail, not less than tea
days nor more than thirty days in the
discretion of the court.
Sec 27. II any uuc purchasing in
toxicating lipuors of a person author
ized to sellshall make to such peisoi.
any false statement regarding Ihe use
to which such liquor is intended by
ih.. i.iiichaser to be upnlitd, such per
son so obtaining such liquor sjuill bo
.i i inniivnf misdcineanbr. and
VAV. ll.V V. . - ...
shall, upon conviction thereof, Itortcit I
and nav a fine of ten dollars, uVgcther
with costs of ptosecuiion, or' shall
stand committed until the same n
paid. For the second offense he snail
pay a fine of twenty dollars and casts
of piosecution, and be imprisoned in tho
county jail not less than twenty days
nor inoie than thirty days.
Sec. 2$. If any person shall ho
found in a state of intoxication ho
shall bo deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, and any peace oilk'aX-.--.
without warrant, yt it is hereoy
made his duty to take such person into
custody, and to detain him in some
suitable place an information can be
made before a magistral!) and a war-
tent issued in due form, upon which
ho may be arrested and tried, nnd, it'
found guilty, he shall pay a fine of ten
dollars and the cost of prosecution, or
shall be impiisoned in the county jail
not more than thirty days. J!ut tho
magistrate before w hom such pergoij
is tried and convicted may remit nny
portion of such penalty, and order tin)
prisoner to bo discharged upon giving
information under oat u, staling when,
where and of w hom ho purchased or
recuived tie liquor which producd
the intoxication, and the name and
character of Ihe liquor obtained. In
cases arising under this section appeals
may be allowed as in cases of ordinary
misdemeanor within the, jurisdiction
of the justice of the peace. .
Sec. 2'J. It shall be ihe duty of all
venders of malt, spirituous or vinous
liquors, under tlie provisions of this
act, to keep the windows and doors of
their respective places of busiuess tin
obstructed by screans, blinds, pamt or
other articles, and any person tr. :nl
ing against tho provisions of thij.s sec
tion shall be deemed guilty of ruiiiue
nieanor. and, upon conviction tl v.-reof,
shall bo fiued in any sum not less than
8-5. or be imprisoned in the c anity
jail not less than ten days, or both,
at the discretion of the poin t, and shall
have his licens-p revoked by the :.riuiTs
.i i.t Itoi-it v iirii ii r i nn the saanp.
Skc. ')). Thai chapter 5:1 of the cui'.(
of criminal procedure of the genei
statutes 187:5, entitled 'License ami
side of liquor," itnd nn act entitled "An
act to amend section 575 of chapter 5S
of the rrfminal code," approved Febru
ary '.. 187:5. and an act entitled "An
act to regulate the issue of license fjr.
and the sale of malt, vinous and spiiit
tious liquors in the stato of Nebraska,"
approved February 2, 187. bo and
the same are hereby repealed.
The Kail road Law.
(Donne's Tub Law.)
Section 1. Every railroad corpo
ration shall give to all persons re;tsor.-'
aloe and equal terms, facilities and ac
commodations for the transportation
of any ineVchandisu or other properly
of every kind and description upon
any railroad owned or optiutcd by
such corporation within this staco,
and for terminal handling, the use of
the depot a.id other buildings and
grounds of such corporation, and at
any point where its railroad shall con
nect with any other rail ro'id," reasona
ble and equal terms and facilities of
interchange, aud shall promptly for
ward merchandise ' consign' d or di
rected to tie sent over another road
connecting with its road, according to
the directions contained thereon or ac
companying Ihe same,
sec. 2. No railroad company in this
state shall hereafter charge, collect or
receive for the transput lat on of any
ni'-ichiindise or other property upon
the railroad owned or operated by such
company within this slate, a higher
rale for such survico than was charged
by such company for the same or likf
service on the first day of November
A. I). 180, an shown by tho published
rates of such company. And no rail
road company shall demand, charge,
coih-ci or receive for such transporta
tion for any special distance a greater
Sum than if demands, charges, col
lects or receives for a greater distance.
Sec. 3 No railroad company within
this slate shall grant or allow to any
person, company or association upon
the transportation of freight either di
rectly or indirectly, any secret rale, re
bate, drawback, unreasonable allow
ance for use of cars, or any undue ad
vantage whatever, nor directly or in
directly charge to or receive from
any person or persons, or associ
ation or corporation, any greater or
less sum, compensation or reward than
is charged to or rccdve 1 from any oth
cf person or persons, association or
corpora; ion for like and contempora
neous service in the receiving, trans
porting, storing, delivering or hand
ling of freights.
sec. 4. Any railroad company, or
officer or agen'of such railroad com-,
ii y, who violates any of tho provis
ions of this act, in addition to liability
for all damage sustained by reason of
such violation, shall be liable for each
offense to a penalty
dollars, which may
any county where
of five hundred
be recovered in
Wealth in the Senate. .
Senator-elect Fair, of Nevada, can't
tell bow rich he is. He is "estimated"
to be worth as much as the rest of the
body. David Davis, of Illinois, is rank
ed next to Fair". Eugene Hale, whose
wife inherited ' Zack Chandler's for
tune, probably comes after.Davis. Sen
ators Miller, of California; Mahone.of
Virginia; Sawyer, of Wisconsin; Cam-
eron. of l'ennsvlvHina: Davis, or "
Virginia: Blaine. f Mine; Fluuilr
Kansas; and Jones, of Nevada, are re
garded as millionaires. Sewell of New
Jersey has much money'. The follow
ing are said to be woith more than
8500,000: Hill, of Colorado; Brown, of
fleorgia; Oormari,- of Maryland ; Mc
Pherson, of New Jersey ; and I'endle
ton of Ohio, .mong those not already
mentioned, who possess at le.st 810
00Q iipiecp, are Morrill, of Vermov
Antl.onv. of Rhode Island: Conk
of New York : Rollins, of New
shire; Saunders, of Nebraska:,
dom. of Minnesota: Fvrry. of
rrtn : Kellorrcr. ,f f-oiiiianat M
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