Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, July 14, 1881, Image 1
The Herald. The Herald. AMVnUTINl.Vfi ItATF.H, rur,nsiu:i kvlky thukspay, PLATTSUOUTil. liSERASKA. OPi;ICE: Oi Vlr.e St.. O i B'oci North of Main, ""- r. of F:f;U Sueet. STACK I 1 w. I 2 W I 3 ve. 1 in. 3 iii. I 6 in.) 1 vr i qr... $1 no i :a $2 oo . mi $. 0O'$ 0O'I2 W 2 oo 2 75 2 75 4 00 3 C fto 8 00 10 00 10 I 3s'jrs. H col. H cl.. 1 col... 2 o 6 00 a oo 13 00 4 75 !& 3 100 2T 00 moo 200 20 o 3 '. 00 eo oo 8 00 1.2 00 18 00 10 00 ir,oo 20 00 20 00 115001 40 00 40 00 co (-oi icooc f3f a.11 Advertising Bills Duo Quarterly. tST Transient XdvertlemenU must be Pal In Advance. JNO.-A. MACMURPHY, Editor. ' 6 PERSE YEIi AX f! K CONQUERS." TERMS: $2.00 a Year. fSTKxtra Copies of the TIrrald for sale by J. P. Young, at tiro Fost-Of2ee News Depot, Mala Street. ,er;ns S si Advance: VOJJTMK XVII. v PLATTSjMODTII, jSEKKA&EA, THURSDAY, JULY M, 1831. NUMBER 17 On? copy. , : . ., One !;. m a.. . . One co; y. in e. u. -is, . ?'-. . l.iiti . .60 Z77 zzsy curtcl See Txltctt ire Ccirt (Do. AIL oil' Stoclc Itas heart H.I3 UsSESIS IBS' EIOES. Y 1 1 JjJ.lJLi..r3L A g,nfpsl A3B Wed ffoir - A. WcwtatJ Suit, ziimI bio Cotton or Emitntion, for - -A US', i Saeavy nnl dmit &uiit for A ssle BSa&y9 wit for CtiIfI5& &ufit9 A oaS "STEatBa5f &nit fei9 -A gradi of vci'all for - - - - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. .Sliiie Uiireclorv. C. 1!. VAN ". 'I'CK'. IT. S. S.-iotor, Neb. fit v. AI,VI iKK:s, U. S. Senator. linaha'. E K. VA I.I.N I INK. Kopresentnt'e. West Point. Al.l IM'n N A Nt i I'lvcnmr, Lincoln. S. .1. AI.KX.. MKi:. S. ( !-l:try f M:ite. .'(I!N V A l.l.li US. A iii-.i!r, l.ii'.oln. C. M. i:Kl I i'T. 'I'!':isi:r r. I.incoln. W. W. .!(." !.r :'i:liii- 1 1 1 - T ni.-t ion. A. I .. K I.N I i.l- I. .iiisl ( 'oiiii'iU-'inll.T. . .1 I ! I.V tl'tin-y :.Mirr:il. r.c I : :' I; IS. lir'i'li.in lVniti!ti;iry . in: H. iv v . riiKWsiiN. Siu.t. Il.":iitul ir tl.C IllSlllC. -o Sttpreme Vnrl. S. M A X. V. 'I.:. I.. I lii.f .Justice, Fremont. I ; l.i I. P.. I. A i K. I m;iii:i. A.M.VS.V I i.l.i'.. Lincoln. iecr,ttt Juiiiriiil ?)ii'rict. S. I'. 1'lil'N It. Jiiiic. LiliCo!:i. .1. . w.i. i. Pi.. -.cciHiii-Att'y. Ncli. t'ity. V. . '. l i i 1 i;K. Clci k litrii t t'xurt, i :i 1 I . .ill. . 'i.ini' 7ireclory. . V si'!.:.'. v N. f..i:iiiv J:i;lv;t-. .!. 1 . I I i 1 . -: - -1 1 1 y ci.-rk. I. M. 1" I i !.. .(N, " i : 1 1 1 y 1 reauicr. K. . 11 I-.: -. rvl.i li!!. V.. II. Miti.i-;v. Mip'l I'uh. Instruction. .. V. I- A ! '.; i- I Ll.i. Siacyol. P. P. (i vs-. c .t i. i. i n rv c((MiisK)N'i:i:s. SM1. l:H'IIAi:isiN'. -Mt. l'ic.ir;ii)l Piitiuct. ISA M' Wli. !"-.. PI:iUMiioutli Prici:ict. ,. I1 ('.:. V. I'( '.:!. South l'.;-:iil Prcci nrt. I .iii'cs i..!-. i. i: lm-ii:cs with the t'o;:nty Ci :::iiii--i..:n .s. will t; ml them in c;'ii:i the 1- i;-: Moiiil iy l'i.ii -.!;iy of e;irh month. lOtf C'ify 'Diralory, J. V. .loMNsov. M .yiir. .! ?!. !' A. i ! I ::s;iN. Tr'-:isnrer. .1 . !.-; M l'.- . I i' v '! l !:. Licl'.Al.l ! A N . Police .!r.il;,''. i . 1 1. .' N i s. t '! i.-i of Police. 1 . IC. U iii i i.. ( i'.i.-i of Kite licj-t. i . ' I ' s i I . :i K N . i-t xv.M.i - V. r.i i;i)i-;i:. c. II. IVMIMKLK. -a V;.r.i -: w. F.viia ii:!.i. .1. v. wi:ci(- i p.ach. D. Ml l.i.KK. TI'.OS. !'!. l.m'K. 4th U;uu P. .M. t'ALLAN, V. S. 1)AVS(.)N. y',..';.;.-r -.INO. V. IT .VKSilAl.L. ! VllOV ESSIOX AL CA KDS mi. si. .it ;-:aij:. l iiYslCIVN iml Si ulillON. otlice in Fitz- laid i-.Un v. Inch Hi he open day or "'S11- j IIt. A. I,. ."?! lil'.A, ItoMi-.-.l-ATillC PHYSH'IAN. oiVnv over V. v.aiiie-.v's ll.ird-.varc store. Pialtsinoutli.Ne- bra-i.-a. 7I' -.. A. MAtiXKY. MliiUNl-.Y AT LAW. NOTAKY ITBLIO. aid folleetion Aent. ORh-e over Itaker V I.'..- . toi-c, Pl.-.ttsinotith, Nehraska. Uly It. Ii. MYIMiVlOX. 31. PHYSICIAN & SfKiiKON. OFFICE IloFKS. from 10 a. in., to 2 p. m. Fxaminiie: Surgeon for V. S. Pension. 7; . ci.n ft.is. X E! IT T IS T. l:it t-nin Hi. XcbrakB. i,:;cci'ii Main Street over Solomon N I iia.n's s:.n e. ?-JJ' n ii.i. . vi-i:. COLLECTOA' .-I STECIA I.T1 ATTOIIN KY AT LAW. Leal Est .te. Fire In- I ,:,r.....ce:,1:,l folic t.on Aseney. oilict- la Fit.- teiald's td.x-k. Pialtsmontli. Nel.rf.ska. JtiUJ VI TOP N K Y AT LAW :in1 Kcai Estate Fro- l:t r. special atttntion xiveii to foileetions and ail in. liters ailectin the title to real estate. Ofiire on 2d tloor over Post oM:i:e. Plattsnionlh. Nit.iaska. 4L I. If. XVII Elil-KK A. CO. LA XV Ol'FK'K. Ileal ltate. Fire and Life In surance Au'i uts. Plattsii.outh, Nt-braka. Lol ectois. l.i -paver-. Have LH oinplele abstract f titles. F.u "and sell real eft.ile, neKotiate ar.s, & ,5J'1 S.V"!. .11. t II A .11 A X. ATTOIINEY AT LAW, V tnl solicitor in Ciiaiieery. :liee Hi Fitt;er nld P.lo.-k, l.Kl PLAT'iSMOFTH, NEIi. K. P.. XVlNtuI v.M. 1), A. Cam l-l'.Ki.l.. Notarv Puhlie. I.MillAlI & CAJIlMtlllili, A T TOltN 1- VS AT I. AW. P..:-.t -n....!th. - Nehraska. .1 y. : .s k. : i:i: l.N. Noi.ny Pnli'.ic. V. L.. I-.ICOWN K. i:;:t!ti A Uiiov.xi.. .. 1 loK.M.YS AT LAW. Willpni t;ce::iCas a.... a.;: ' oiinti. s ; m ve- i. cl.i. at ten tain ti. . . .;.c: . 1 1 a ii.i aoi rail s m cue .i.i.t- m 1 :l. -. i a..l I-..O. I.. i-'.att Mine.it n. Nenrask.i. ; ; . i i rt llt CUT"!' U' P llal'P 4. S?r:i'X.. Ii o5rietv. Oi: Sixth. S.oit'.i of Main. ''.."--.'. .,' il.r' Ti l,l.-"'-;il Tlil'-'i' I'.lllt I (ili.-K if. !,('(.'! JlXAI.X Ji T THE DA PLATTSfclOUTH MILLS. n.Ali.s.'lOL 11., AI.I.. . C. IllliSili., -i.5,.if(... tin?;:; Corn Jltul c- Eted A'.wavs lu.c.l .:..! for :!.- at lowest e..-li l. j.',-,. 1 l.e i:l;i.. s; .::, cs ;.dd ior V :i-:t ai.d :i. Part .cntar at t en: o-n :en elision: work. . .mq. r . o A u if! i b i 11 h! liVAAWAllAl :SJ.!E.V. Special e:.::-- attended to. and Fresh Milk from s,:,il ' c.'.v luini-lied rthcii uauted. 41y aNI) MACiiIXE SHOPS! 1 l.A'lTS-.:i)t T!I. NKT... Rti-Hirtr n' attain Eitjinti;, Jioihrs, S'., ! a.iul Grist if ill; tiAhi A?.i 0.TS-:A.1I KlTTIH. V'roiiu'.'t if..! P;ie. Force and Lift Pipes. Steam .la'.i"e" ,.-t y- 'alve (ioverin.rs. and all k:. 's"I l.rass 1".i:l::i;.- I- inlays. iVo:'.'oil on slioii iiotive. F A U v- MACHINEK hT a. w ATERMAN & SON W Iioiesale and Ui-tail Dealers in LI N E EUMI5ER. EAT II. SsIIINdLES. SASH. DUO 11. -S, L.-.INDS. ETC.. ETC. i:n.. street. Corner of Fifth. l'LATTjjMO'JTJI, - - - - XEU B. & M. R. R. Time Table. Taking Effect Jfuy 15, 1881. - FOi: OMAHA no.M I'LATTSMtlPTlI. Leaves :So ;i. m. Arrives ::" a. in. 2 :4. p. in. " 4 :15 ;. 111. FKflM OMAHA I Oi: PLATTSMOljlll. I.euves S ::." a. in. Arrives 10 :0."" a. li! 7 ;00 p. in. " J :(Xi p. in. ion Tin-: v i:sr. I.e:ives PhittsMoiiti! u :-J 111. Arrives Lin-j . coin. l :o . in. ; Arrives ivearnev, r. -' p. in. Fiv.-ht leaves at !) :S) ii. in. and at 8 :ln i. III. Arrive at Lincoln at i : .V. m. and 2 :00 a. in. FKOM TilK WEST. Leaves Kearney. S . a. in. leaves Liticoln, I .no . in. Arrives l'l.tttsiiioi.t'.i. ' :M) p. in Freight leaves Lincoln at 12 :l5 i. in. and fi :V) l. in. "Arrives at I'latlsinouth at 5 p. in. and I I :55. ni. (iOIXt; KAST. Va-e,i!i( r trains leave Ph'.tlMiiou.h at 7 00 a. in.. or. a. in., ;i 40 p in. and anie at i'neilic .) unci ion al 7 W a. in., 8 :'.' a. in, and 4 10 p. m. fkom t::i: i-.a.-.t. I'.i-i-iviiier trains leave l'a:-ilic Jiinetion at S 30 a. l.i.. t; -i p. in., luoo a. in. and arrive at Plalts inoiiih al 9 oo a. ie.,7 I'j p. m. and lo '' a. in. . V. U. U. Tisnc Tulle. TahiiiQ Efcct Sunday, Drctinlicr 5, ls.so. VV K.ST. 5 il.'.pin ; :1 7 : 'S M :5." !l :!( in :1." 10 :.". 11 :4) 12 :lnpl:l 12 ! :2H 1 Ml 2 :.VI :i ::"0 5 :() STATIONS. 11ASTINCS. AY K. lif.l i: HILL. fOWI.I S. A Mill l Y iri:i n.i'i'ii. 1 N A V A LK. Ki LKTON. FK.WKLIN. P.I.OOMINCTON. NAPONLK KKPi P.LK'AN ALMA OKLF.ANS (iXKOKIl APAPAli'lK I KAST. ' 12 :!0ain j 11 :(.-, I 1 o Uio ; : :20 8 :2." I s ;(Ki t. ; (1:10 i r :lo I 4:45 I 4 :!( I .'I:M ! 2 :r,r, j :25 ! I H.- 12 ::i-aill ; 11 :40 AHHIVAIi ASI SH'.rAStTI St:; OF 5 li.vri . n i' r t! ? i DKI'AI'.TS. t 7. oo a. in. i 3.(Hi p. m. i ..-. a. m. 'i c.15 p. in. :i no p. in 7.( 0 a. in ( 7.4.1 a. in. 2.0O i. in. I. oo p. in l.oo p. in D .iii a. iii. ( l.AS Ti.l:.V. VVKSTKl.N. Non rit ki:n. 'iL"l H Ki;N. Oi? A I I.V. VVKKTlNIi WAT K 11. iAi.Tunvvii.Li:. i s.eo a. in. i j 3.: p. in. )' UXou.ni j;;1"' , 7.:s" p. m. s li. on a in. II. oo a in. Nov. lo, 1 -m J. XV. Mahsiiam.. P. M. O. P. JOHNSON, ,deai.i;k in r-v rn i yrug 1 iPIint. S5I i--: r. ,i i a i n t AND WALL. PAPER, F; ' zlttStB f iTiMr, JVt-.Sk Ail Paper Trimmed Free of Charge. ALSO DEALER IN BOOKS, Stationery, Magazines, Latest Publications. I'reseripHrutJ 'ar-fiilly oni!ioiiiirte ly an i:pei ie-M-ed li-n:s;iMt. KE.MUMP.Ei: Tin: place. r.t'i sr ihwi!;s f iittii or f iv i " ,..:..,,.,...., ..,- j PLAllsMol 111. N LIS. UNION STORE! AT Eight Mile Grove, Neb. r.Y WALTER JENKINS I -AT Havins opened a New Store at the ahov j 1 call attetitloii to III v toek. and ask the I patromme of my friends and the 1 noii.j la eer.eral. ury ucocts, Groceries Timvan1 Wooili'invnrt and Ceneial C.ooils of all sort-?. i ; IsJTi. A.ITP JJSTJO) GOOD Cull awl .s; - our tiili hoore foinii j elwricltrre. ! gtiv Walter Jenkins. MCW HARHWABB C5fF r j. S. DUKE Has just opened an entire new stock of hard ware, on Nt door west of Chapman & Smith's Uruji Store. A Full Line of SHELF HARDWARE, SHOVELS, HAKES. SPADES ana ALL GARDES TOOLS. SAILS, SAILS, SAILS, by the Set, or I'o'unl ROl'E, POWDER, SHOT, GRISD STONES, WHEEL-BARROWS. A Full Line of I Tl-iiltV. Special Rates tc luilJern and Cu.a 1 1 tutors. All rood-' sold' as lov s they possibly can. be ! and live. 4Iv DAVID LANDKETH & EONS Philadelphia, Pi KM 0 18,5 SB HENRY BCECK DEALKH IN I2 3? mi i o. SAFES, CHAIRS. ETC., ETC., ETC., Of All DtSii'Triptions. METALLIC BURIAL CASE WOOUEIT COITiUNTS td all sizes, ready made ;aid sold cheap for cash 2IY FINE HE ARSE IS KOW KFADY FOU SEKVICE. With many llianks for past jatrona invite all to call and examine my lai;;e stock of 13tf. PntSlT'lK AMI t OI'FIXS James Fettee DEaLEU in Musical Instruments, Sole Appointing Agent for The Unrivalled llason A Hamlin CAB I SET ORGANS. Also State Ajrent for the Henry F Miller and XV. C. Emerson Co. Pianos. SAMPLE INSTRUMENTS at office. Sixth, one door south of Main St. PLATTSMOUTII, NEII. Music Scholars XX' ill do well to examine our Xcw Mason & Hamlin OJEZG-JlZ IITSTETJCTOE I. , C3 J-i CD t55 CO r OT i- X 5 o - - o , T it. .O M - O i ?- 0O. 7 Z2 O o -1. i-. S B 5 3 i C1 3 tr. x. -. i MONARCH BILLIARD HALL! In the basement of Merges' Store, PLATTSMOUTII, - - - XEP.UASKA. One door east of the 1". O. Pwooms Newly Fitted up With .!:xx" jioxAiti'ii TAiti.i:s. Cigars & Temperane Drinks On hand at the counter. It is a wide and spacious Hall ; plenty of room for phivers 2.ud seats for visitors. F.!. Oi.iYMt. P. 15. MUUPIIY. Manager. Htf l'lop. '.c tl'urest uml li--t Xi ; irlnr i vr Jiuile . A ci iuLinatin of flops, Kuohu. Ma j iiraliaanJ SJancl-stion, it i ii tut. bet a Han- u.in'.iviiui., ...... ......... ;'. i!...t c- i .: t.vc- 1. 1 . i ; t.-.s of ml other lutt. rs. "' i.int v :hc -TtuU 1 " loort Purifier, L Iver . ,ia .ajso .'W posfiMy l- ! exist irli":? !''! S Ti. ll whose eVl'1,:" ,;t,ra"f'"ir,T?!'u' Toui-; an-i imi.1 SUmul.mt, Up4ti-.ter.Hirs lUvulNV""1 Without IntOX p (rating. fcaEj .So matter wliatyour ftpline or pymptoms 3 r.ie wlint tbc disca.-; or ailwaeiit in use Hop r.it- tors. iiia'twit until youoYLi 9icl but if you fe or.Iy fe. 1 Lnd or Tiiicrul.le.iuse tneru stone?. It may ito jour liiL-.it lia.-33 aTa Jjiludreila. H $500 Millie paiit for a raj tliry trill not fj cure or I'-!;., l'o not mifrcr Oflet yonririf u.l.s P Butf.-r.i.iU use anil ur-.ro tlicm 10 Ua Hop B R Hi mctuber. Hop Titters is nokj11'1. druirl dinulica n...:rii!n. l.jc t:ie I-ir. lw n il IVst Jlf-cU-i:iOT. r msif -. t!io "IXVlLIDsW FKUD U sail Inil-E z:.d person or family 6lluaiWV.Ii:.mi-.ii. Hj JLiHrA fori .ruiiUciirit" s,i-o of opium, tiil.aoeo and 3 Br' 1 Jur On War. l.'op inttrrs Er. t..v BRICK! BRICK! If you want any Fire or Ornamental Brick, Call on J. T. A. HOOVER, LOUISVILLE, - - NEBRASKA. n REMEDY F03 BALDKESS t" 5 J n"V. Hj ''wption Free wi-- -fcA-fc '-n" - p jy Si. "'-!i a new r. ui wl iiir. 'A hULtrs or Al uilAci.os U m-tuiftilr prtMl.ic. kUorm & Co., 3 Clinton xvee, ffew Xoc- We sai'e lsgs.2BI f PPilliS PI si Ha B sap gJ3B P If tow pieces smA cn gol sloelc .will Sfto iii s a? National Bank OF PLATTSMOUTII. NEPUASKA, lOII.N FtTZilKKAI.li . K. O. Kovkv A. V. McLalchli.v. JOXII O KolHtK President. Vice President. Cashier. . ... Assistant Cashier. This Hank is now open for Tniiincvs :U th(-ir new room, corner -Main and Sixth streets, and is prepared to transact ii general 4 BANKING BUSINESS. Stocks. Bonds. Gold, Governiner.t and Local Securities F.OUOHT AND SOLU. Ucyn-siis Ret-cic-il and Interest AHvtv td Oil T'u.if Certificate. Vvailahle in any iart of the United States and In all the Principal Towns and Cities 1 of i'.urope. Ai:.Ts"roaa tbsi: CEI.EH11ATE1) iNman Line and Allan Line OF STKAM i Per-on wishing to hnn out their friends from imope can I'flti h ask r;ri:ivrs i-".':jm is Through to I'lattuniontli. j WEEPIKO WATER BAl! or iiiza ?:is. This P.ank is now open for t!o; traiuaction of a Banking Exchange Business. IIKl'OSITJi Jleeeivid. and Interest ailo-vcd on Time Certi ficates. DKAFTS Drawn, and uvailahle in the principal towns and cities of the United States and Europe. o Agents fur tlie celebrated nr.fr T ino nf Qtcomapc? mm. XJ1UU Ul I. Purchase your tickets from us, Through from Europe to any Point in the West. HEED P.UOS., 21. f Weepiiii; Water, Neb. E. SAGT2 Successor to Sack I!i:iiiiti;i:s. Dealer in STOYES, TINWARE, SftEETlROS, ZIN' :o: At the old Stand opposite the new il-nci PUMPS, GAS-FITTING, A I -SO Making & Rewirinc Done. 5 A. G. MATT JUST OPENED A OA IN. Vein, Clean, First Claw J I tat Shop, onMain Street Corner of 6ih, Plattsmoutll Everybody on hand for fresh, tender meat. -.TL06 ROBERT DONNELLY'S a n 1JLACK3IITII SHOP, Wagon, Buggy, Machine arid Plow re- pairing, aiul general jobbing I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing of farm and other macliiuei v, as Uier-j is a good laLiio in iny shop. PETER RAOES, The old Reliable Wagon Maker has taken charge of the wagon shop, lie is well known as a NO. 1 WOKKMAN. Xcw Masons and li!uie made t Order. SATISFACTION (117. UANTEEI). Shop on Sixth street vios.Ue Strticht's Stable MOlilllS 0'UOUliKE,' once more comes forward with an entire new Stock of the finest Piece floods ever brought info l'lattsnioutli ! ! EVERY GARMENT CUT IS WARRANTED to FIT Hundreds go there and they are ALWAYS SUITED. Shop opposite the Com t House, (live him call and examine for vom selves. H-.i AUKXTM ATI fer tile IU st and Fast est Selling 1'ietoiial Hooks and P.ibles. Prices reduced :w per cci.t. National I'ublishiiit! Co., St. Louis, Mo. 5103 A OOfi"T day at lioliie. Sample wort h pj LU ?&U.s-,free. Addicts, Stinson Co.. Portland, M line. -Wcly It'. ;ri ts fell jobs your WTUI y y a y We glimM sell fa the next d s!y r gardies ofcof our tock of 7 Hat cS:k95 We are Holding out some Eeal Inducements to close Esseasn iii&lM&& yEs aaa eall asad exaEiiiiae lr ' yosareSfj assaS we jlaall e2sller it a pleaiar- to Saiw yn tlsrossg-Sa. wr va- rtoas4 filepariaBaesat-a B?la4tssBftaa41a9 ('oimuissionei's' rroeeed ings. Platt-smovtii, June 20, 1SSI. Eoard met in regular session as a board of equalization. rtesent, Sain'l Richardson. Isaac Wiles, James Crawford, Commission ers, J. I). Tutt, Clvik. After which the following was done to wit : The commissioners commence the examination of the assessors' returns. No other business appearing the board adjourned to meet Tuesday morning, June 21st 1831. June lst, lesi . Board met pursuant to adjourn ment. All present. After which the following w;:s done to wit: In matter of the appli cation of J. W. Johnson. Administra tor of the estate of Sarah S. Stuart, claiming that north east '4' section 18, 12, 12, was assesocti too high, it was ordered that the County Clerk be and is hereby instructed to reduce the val uation of said assessment 50 per cent. Hoard then adjourned to meet at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning. June 22, 1SS1. Examinotion of the assessors' re turns still being in progress the Board adjourned to meet Thursday morning. June 23, 1831. Examination of the assessor's re turns still being in progress, the Board adjourned at 12 o'clock m. as a board of equalization to Monday, June 27, at 9 o'clock a. m. June 23, 1SS1. 10 o'clock p. ni. Board met in ac cordance with order heretofore made June 9th 1SS1. Setting hearing an application of John O.'scnkopt for li cense to sell 'spirituous and malt liquors at Louisville, Neb. In the matter of the application of Jno. Oaseukopt to ell intoxicating liquors at Louisville, Cass Co. Neb. The same being for hearing on re monstrance of O. IT. Bay ley et al against granting of license the follow ing witnesses were sworn on part of contestants: B. W. Theodorsky, Chris. IuhelJer, Michael Child, and William Watrons. Messrs. J. E. Morrison, and J. C. Xewbeiry appearing as attor neys on the part of contestants. Messrs. Critts and Ramsey appear ing for applicant. Whey the Board adjourned to meet at 9 o'clock Friday morning. Friday morning, June 24, 18S1. Court being convened pursuant to adjournment. All present. When the following was dune Co wit: ' In case .of remonstrance of 0. U. Bay ley et al, vs John Ossenkopt, ap plication for license: The following witnesses were then sworn on part of the contestants: Chas. Spence, Ncheiniah Living ston, Jack Baker. The following -witnesses were then sworn on the part of the applicant: David -Woodward, Truman Hall, J. V. Glover. Gertie Luverty. Board then adjourned to meet Sat urday morning at 9 o'clock. Court convened, pursuant to ad journment. All present. When the following was done to wit: In case of retnonstrance of O. U. Bayley et al vs Jno. Ossenkopt appli cation for license. The following witnesses were then sworn on the part of the applicant: Samuel Fox, C. Came, Jacob Grub, COATS Si2 A.lp2ca9 lDe?ieg9 Moliaiirj ILnlre, ILiiaen ancl JPoplms. WHITE IfESSTS Esa ISiiefej Marseilles; IBiissIan fiTwiIJs5 At Use new lS!sise9 nexi t (Ola Ea ABB & IT A T !3 Fred Stullman, Geo. Dilligen, Geo. Lavei ty. After argument of the attorneys the Board took the matter under consider ation and tendered the following ver dict ; Before Board of County Commiss ioners in and for Cass County, Xeb., In the matter of remonstrance of O. X. Bayley et al vs granting license to Jno. Ossenkop, for the sale of malt, spirituous and vineous liquors to be sold in the town of Louisville, Cass County, Xeb., on the hearing of said case it was satisfactorily proven to said hoard of county commissioners, that tl e applicant for license had been guilty of a misdemeanor during the past year to wit : in selling intoxi cating drinks to minors and keeping a gambling house in which he allowed playing at pool with chips and cards for dtinks and cigars in violation of the statutes of Nebraska. Therefore said board of County Commissioners do not think it exped ient to issue said license to applicant. Samuel Ricaakdsox, n .r,.,, Isaac Wiles I Co' LoraiS I dissent from the above opinion. James Cuawfohd. Board adjourned. Board, met pursuant to adjourn ment as a Board of Equalization. All present. When the following was done to wit: Ordered that the following tax be and the same is hereby levied for for Co. Tax and the Clerk instructed to enter the same upon the tax list for the year 18S1. Total valuation. 3,-132,772 00 Co. General 8 mills on dol. 27,802 17 Bridge. 3 " " 10,448 10 Road 2 - " " 0,905 54 B.& M. R. R. bonds G mills on dollar (sinking fund).. 20,890 42 Ordered that tie following levy made by the city of l'lattsmonth and the same is hereby ordered, on the tax list for 1881. Total Valuation . . . ... . . . . 453,854 00 Gen. Rev. purposes 9 mills on dollar 4,511 00 lilt. B. & M. R. R. bonds 5 mills on dollar... 2,209 25 Int. Chic. Ave. bonds 4 mills on dollar 113 45 Teachers' fund 3 mills on j dollar 1.3C1 55 School Fund 5J4' mil's on dollar 2,382 70 Ordered that the following tax v ted by tha several se'iool districts and returned lo county cleik be and is hereby ordered on the tax list for the year 1881. Dist. Xo. 1. Sl4' mills on the dollar. 3 3 5 5 0 4 7 1 9 10 10 13 11 3 12 G 13 5 14 5 15 6 17 4 13 7 19 15 20 0 21 10 22 17 23 9 24 8 25 5 20 8 27 4 23 ) (CtotlaiiEs; P Carrutlt9s9 d. larsaitnre. Mebrakaa 29 30 31 82 34 35 36 37 33 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 40 47 43 49 SO 51 52 53 54 55 50 57 58 59 01 63 C4 05 C6 07 C8 09 70 71 G 3 7 5 10 10 3 3 8 4 10 5 3 10 19 10 10 5 10 24 7 os.' 3 r 4 10 3 4 r. i . 4 5 10 5 15 9 10 , 0 5. 6 5 15 8 5 3 O 0 20 12 5 12 10 73 74 75 70 7 1 . 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 80 87 5 Ordered that t he following tax be levied on the followingschool districts for payment of bonds and the county clerk ordered to place the same on the tax-list for the year 18-91. IMst. Xo. 9 7 mills on the dollar. 87 10 75 10 71 5 22 5 Board then adjourned to meet Tues day June. 28th. Tuesday morning June 28th 1881. Board met pursuant to adjournment as a board of equalization ; All pres ent. The following was done to wit: Xo further business appearing as a board of equalization the board ad journed to open immediately as a board t transact general business. When the following was done to wit: The ft. Rowing claims were then al lowed on bridge fund. Claim of G. W. Fairfield staking bridge &c 10 00 General Fund : U. V. Mathews for road scra pers as pr bill 385 48 R. G. Gorder assessing C. Pre cinct 102 00 Ii. G. Gorder enumerating C. 14 04 II. G. Ilawley assessing Mt. Pleasant Precinct 00 00 II. G. Ilawley enumeratingMt. Pleasant Precinct 11 78 & G. MAYER A. A. Uurden assessing Weep ing Water precinct CJ 00 A. A. IScrden enuinerating Weeping Water 1'recinct. . . IS 10 On Poor Fund. Claim of W. II. Sclsildkneclit salary as Co. Physician, quarter ending June Stli, l$8l 43 75 Ollicial bond of Jacob Tritch was tlien approved witn M. Schnfllbacber and l'liilip Tritch as sureties; Settlement with the following Road Supervisor was had: Jno. Weichell Sup. Road Distiict No31: Cr. liy nmt. Paid Hauling S 5 00 ' two days overseeing hands i 00 Amt. due Supervisor continued on inside. 3 00 Andrews' Bazar For July is on our table, published under the auspices of "The Queen Publishing Company." of w hich Mr. W. R. An drews, the founder of The Bazar and Andrews' American Queen, is Mana ger. In its editorial columns are an nouncements of interest to tht ladies. In the past, Andrews' Bazar has been in the front rank of Fashion publica tions, hence with its augmented cap ital and largely increased facilities, the life ambition of its founder, to give the best Fashion paper in the world at the lowest price, only Sl.CO per year, cannot fail ef realization. Ihe pres with f iit number is filled to repletion I-ashion News, and handsomely ill ns- trated. Our lady readers will do well to send 16c for a sample copy, to The Queen Publishing Company, Tribune Building, Xew York. IIeveenoid is the name of anew sub stitute for vulcanized India rubber now maHufactured in Xew York. The hitter is an imperfect mrchanical mix ture f rubber and sulphur; the for mer is a perfect chemical combination of rubber, camphor, sulphur, and veg etable germs. Ileveenoid can be made hard, semi-hard, and soft, like rubber. The hard takes a natural and beauti ful polish, and the soft posesses very attractive qualities. It is claimed, too that the substitute can be manufact ured at a cheaper rate than ordinary vulcanized rubber. School Report. Report of Grand Prairie school Dis trict Xo. 70. Average grade of those answering 70 per cent of question.1' given at monthly examination July 1st, 1881. C cht Fred A minis 93. Eva Coon 85. Viola Col kin 82. Maud Rockwell 77. Maggie Cunningham 80. Dan Andrus 80. D class Ulysses Harrison 80. Leo Coon 75. Charley Else 73. Dora liar rison 80. II. W. Zink, Teacher. Two couples recently waiked fifteen iii'les to Island Pond, Vt., to get mar iied. and after the ceremony started on a thirty-five miles wedding tour on foot. m m GEMS 01 THOUGHT. Silence docs not always mark wis dom. 11c that sips of many arts drinks ol none. Literature is the immortality ol speech. tSetdegel. The purest treasure mortal times af ford is spotless reputation. A man must become wise at Lis own expense. Montaigne. Every man has just as much vanity as he w ants understanding. I'ojtc Our best thinirq urn nour us. Lie flc about our feet. Moderation is the silken string run ning through all virtues. In those days we light for idea', and newspapers are our fortresses. Heine. To select well among old things is almo-t equal to inventing new ones. Trull ct. Ill habits gather by unseen degrees, as brooks make rivers, and rivers run to sea. Be brief, for it is with words as with sunbeams, the more they arc condensed the deeper they burn. Sou tiny. There is no sorrow I have thought more about than that to love what is great, and try to reach it, and yet to fail. r"V co rye EI io t . All common thin;.', each day? events, Thar with the ir.tir bejmi iuhI end. Our iil"ttsure and our uiseonlentR Aro lounds by which we may useenJ. Loiig'cllotc. The good things of life are not to be had sitigly, bat come to us with a mix ture; like a school-boy's holiday, with a task allixed to the tail of it. t'lairlei Lanib. lie like the bird, that, hn'tinir in her 11 jrut Awn lo. on buiialul'xi -l.siht, Ke. U lie-in if-v.- way l-:i-:i; b h'-r.nnd y-t.njfs Kuowiujf that Kliu Lu'.li Wiiix. VirJuf lingo. Love is the best investment of all, pave conseieiiee and the sentiment ot duly. Tiiese are the treasure-bouses of life, the great market wherein the shares are always rising. The friend thou ha-t. n :d their ad ti.iti tried. Or U P e tr.eni t tin n .ill w til lucks f steel; Jan ! not dull thv palm with ei.tei tai iiment Ol acU new hatched, unpl do I e.-uunde, bhahtjcarc. Usually the gn-.'tte-t boasters tire th smallest workers. The deep rivers pay a larger tribute to the sea than shallow brooks, and yet empty theiitsolves with less noise. IV. AtcAc'.