The proprietor of a section of land to be added to the town, surveyed the area and platted it accordingly. The plat and survey did not coincide, but the lines actually run on the land must control because purchasers of city lots ought not be able to change boundaries of streets and lots by showing a variance in the survey. Holst v. Streitz, 16 Neb. 219, 20 N.W. 307 (1884).