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AVKKKLY UKKALl): 1MATTSM0UTH, NKHUASKA, .JANUARY 19. IS!):.
MADE THE MEN SIGK.
'Patrick Callagar Tells How He
7 Doped The Mill Hands.
TO END THE STRIKE.
Two Other Cooks Implicated -Fifty
Dollars Promised the Polaon
ers by The ChUf Plotter
-Fowder In Tea.
I'lTTSHUKCi, l'a., Jan. 115 -Judge
Stowe's branch of the crimiual
court was thronged this morning.
J .,(). Nesbitt, assistant master me-
nanicof the Homestead mills and
Ilia wife; William Johnston, who
, wonted tor ?lr. Wolfe, the steward
'; and John Frank, all of whom at
tended the banquet given in honor
. of Mr. Wolfe's wife, testified to have
I been taken serioiu-d) ill immediate
ly after partaking of the dinner. H.
'jVl. Rogers of Johnston related his
rperience: Dr. Cages, w ho treated
ogers, said he thought h'ogers
, buffered from a dose of crolon oil
, and treated him accordingly. Pat
rick Gallagher, the self confessed
poisoner told the story of his con
nection with the case. He said"!
first saw Dempsey last August.
Robert Heatty and James Davidson
were with me. When we entered
Dempsey's oflice a lady who was
present retired. The door was then
locked. Dempsey said 1 suppose
you know what we want. We said
we knew about it. Dempsey then
said: "We want to get the men in
the Homestead mill on the trot"
Heatty then spoke about using cro
ton oil. Dempsey then spoke about
breaking up a street car strike in
Chicago. He said powders had
been used; that if we would use
these powders in the Homestead
mill it would make the men sick
and that would break the strike in
about ten days. Dempsey told us
that he would guarantee us $50.00
told us to get work in
I first met Beatty in August
was talking with a man named Mc
Kenna. Beatty asked if we wanted
to go to Homestead to do a special
jod, wnich he explained was to
"drop" the men working there. He
said there was $2 or $3 a day in
for us. Next day McKenna got
job on a boat. I told Beatty I would
try to get another man. Davidson
and I met Beatty next mm uing and
went to Dempsey's office, After
coming out I met Mr. Lindsay of
the Carnegie company got a job
and went to work as second cook
in the mill August 30. Before going
there Dempsey said he would fur
nislVme with powders to put in the
food furnished to the men in the
mill. Dempsey said the powders
were often used to weaken prize
lighters; that it would be impossi
i.i- . . i . . .
ir iu analyze ineni. Dempsey
said a Chicago man was to furnish
powuers. Dempsey told me the
powders had been tried on a pole
orhungrian; that they made him
sick, l got the hrst three powders
on feeptember 7 or 8. A box con
taining three powders was given to
mcuyiiiigu Dempsey, who gave
instructions how to use them. The
... 1... rr.. i v
powder was dark yellow. The day
following I put one powder into
thirty gallons of soup. The next
day I put a powder into thirty gal
lons of tea. and the third powder
was used in the same way. I then
got nine powders from James
Davidson and used some of them,
giving the others to Alex McCord
another cook. I used these
ders in tin tea.
I never received any mony direct
ly frorti Dempsey. The day before
I quit work Dempsey told me de
tectives were watching him and for
me to slip into the traction compa-
i) b umic aim lie would give me
some money. A moment later a
unformed cmploye.of the company
f ame in and said: "Sign this re
ceipt." I did so and he handed me
I afterwards presented a bill
to Dempsey. Dempsey asked Dav
idson for his bill. Davidson made
it out and Dempsey endorsed the
bill .). K.' Bill identified and of
fered fur evidence. I presented my
I bill to Beatty who said, "let Demp
' ey pay hio own bills." When the
story was lirst published I sent a
note to Dempsey, "Beatty has been
arrested, in Louisville. Send me
some money and I will leave town."
I saw Dempsey Sunday evening.
He said, "What are you afraid of:
Don't you get seared. I am not
scared, am 1? You go ahead with
your work; if you are arrested 1
will get lawyers to defend yon; if
you do have to go on the stand
swear point blank that von ,).wt
know uie and I will swear I never
naw you. If tl.y ask you whefe
you got the powders tell them from
the cooks in the mill, but that you
ave them back. If -see the old
man-meaning Davluson-tell him
he was seen using the powders and
scare him oil."
-'Crown coutih cure warranted to
ly Iirown tic Barret.
PEOPLE AND AFFAIRS.
Judge Kamsey attended a meet
ing of the county judges in Lincoln
Hattie Chapman has been elected
to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation ot iMie ?latson as a
teacher in the public schools.
Last Monday night there were
two coasting accideuts one was on
south Ninth street and the unlucky
fellow was Charley McCauley who
as he neared the bottom of the hill
was run over by Klias Sage as he
drove his buggy across the street
the wheels of the buggy passed
over the small of boys back, no
bones were broken and the bov will
bo out in a few days. The other ac
cident happened to W. N. Mcl.en-
nan's little girl on Patterson ave
nue. She was sliding down hill
with a little fellow named Groeechel
and ran into the H. A M. shop fence
at the foot of the hill, which re
sulted in a broken leg for the little
K.H.Jean and wife departed for
their home in Maywood, Neb., after
a pleasant visit with relatives and
friends in the city.
If you want to pure hose a good
farm, or want to sell one, address K.
ft. Windham, Plattsmouth Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Parmele enter
tained a number of their friends
last Thursday evening at progres
sive high five and dancing, during
the evening an elegant luncheon
was served. j nose present were
Messrs. and Mesdames F. J. Morgan
J. F. Wellington, W. A. Swearigen,
T M. Patterson, A. K. Gass, K. W.
Cook, F. W. Lehnhoff, T. H. Pollock,
D. C. Morgan and Mrs. Lucy Tee-
garden of Weeping Water. The la
dies King prize, a beautiful pin
cushion was awarded Mrs. F. ,
Morgan and the gents king prize, a
silver hat mark, was awarded to T,
HORN-To Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Hil
ton last Thursday a fine ten pound
Last Thursday night there was a
railroad collision at Oreapolis
where the B. & M. crosses the M. P
A B. & M. freight stood accross the
track and an extra M. P. freight
ran into it ditching three B. & M
ireigiii cars ano tne m. f. engine,
no one was hurt but, caused the M.
P. south bound passenger to lay
over till morning,
Omaha Protestants on the Pa
rochial School Question
UNA HA, Neb., Jan., 16. At the
regular session of the Omaha in in
isienai union today the question
of the bible in the public schools
came up and furnished a topic for
a rather acrimonious discussion
Several ministers expressed them
selves as in favor of less secular
and more reliiroious instruc
tion in the public schools and one
or two went so far as to say that the
churches should abandon the nub.
lie schools and set no Daro. hial. in
which the children would receive
religious instruction. This plan
wasespecially advocated by Dr J.
W. Henderson of the Presbvterian
church, who has already taken his
children from the public schools
Rev. Dr. HelJings, of the First Bap-
lus children should grow up i ig.
norance than be educated by
schools supported by saloons and
omer places of immunity, and Dr.
Sterlintrnf ihi nniiiQi t.-.,ui...
" iv.-uj i
terian church, who introduced the
topic, supported the same proposi-
Rector T. J. Moekay of All Saints
took a stand on the other side and
spoke warmly in support of the
pnoiic sciioolsas did also Rev. Al
fred Hadgelts of th South One
hundreth street church said: "While
I have heard only a part of this dis
cussion this morning, I want to en
ter protest right now against that
which I have heard, touching the
evil tendencies of our public
schools. I am a friend of the nub.
ic schools. For Protestant nermlr.
abandon the public schools
would be to do just the thing that
the church of Rome would have us
do. I for one do not propose to do
that thing. I am for the public
schools with all in v heart."
The time of the session had ex-
pired and further discussion had to
be postponed, but the subject
promises to develop some very in
teresting proceedings at the next
"Put Money It the Purse.'
Our lady readers will be '
interested in the adverti 'ply
Glasgo Lace Thread Co., 'e,ne,1t of
pears on the 8th page. w,"i'h a p.
VOTED FOR A SENATOR
The Nebraska Legislature
Vote For Favorites.
A COMPLIMENTARY VOTE.
A Real Fltrht Will Commence From
Now on-Paddock, Powers and
United States Sonator
lit the house Carpenter wanted to
see the fun begin and moved at
seven minutes of twelve that the
house proceed to ballot for
United States senator.
hvery member wanted a printed
roll-call to take it down black and
white so it would he no trouble
pick out a Taylor in the future.
tlerk Johnson called the roll
slowly, repeating each name, there
by making it easier to catch the
ideas of the voter in the din of the
I he following is the vote of the
members of the house.
For Paddock: Messrs, Drown
Caine, Carpenter. Colton, Cooley
Cornish, Crane, Cross, Davies, Dew
hllis, Goldsmith, Gross of Douglas
Gross of Wayne, Hinds, James, Jen
sen, Messier, Kayes, Kloke, Merrick
Oakley, Khea, Robinson, Sisson
Wardlaw, and Wilson US.
For John Powers: Messrs. Deck
erson, Dobson, Elder, Farnsworth
Ford, Fulton, Gramme!, Henry
Higgnings, Johnson, of Hall, Krick
Kiihc, McVey, Porter, Rhodes, Kug
gles, Smith, Soderniiin, Stevens,
Woods, and Mr. Speaker-21
For Thomas J. Majors: Messrs
Hrockman, Gilford, Schappel and
Smith of Johnson.
For Dr. Keiper: Messrs. KickhofT
Luikart and Van Hotisen.
For . A. McKeighan: Messrs
Dinimick, Felton, Harmon and
For W.J. Brjan: Messrs. Casper,
For W. A. Poynter: Messrs. Ir
win, McCutcheon, Schelp, and Slit
For J. W. Kdgerton: Beal and
ForJohti M. Thurston: Messrs
Jenkins, Ricketts, and Sutton.
For W. I
Green: Messrs. Scott
Ames for Boyd, Barry for Devine,
Berans for John C. Allen, Gerdes
for Frank Martin, Grifith for V. E,
ndrews, Haller for Crotise
ITa... in xtr
Johnson of New York for M. B
Reese, JJohnston for Gaflin, Kaup
tor Dawes, Keckley for K.J. Hainer,
Kyner for Patrick O.Bannon Hawes
Leidigh for J. Sterltng Morton, Lin
genfelter for J- M. Neviile, Lockner
for Lorenzo Crounse, McCesson for
John C. Watson, Newberry for W.
L. Stark, Olson for W. II. Thompson
Sheridan for Beech I. llinnon, Sin
clair tor Morton, Spencer for R. R.
Moore, Witnell for J. K. Boyd.
I hose who received two votes and
Paddock, 2H: Powers, 21; Majors, 4;
McKeighan. 4: Poynter, 4; Keiper,
4; Ihurston. 3: Croinnp. Kit
to"' 2; lTn Morton, 2; Boyd, 2,
' ' - - r, ' '
He hrst ballot was taken in the
f,ellateat " 0,1 United States
senator, senator JeHt moved to
that order of business in accord
ance with the statute of the United
States. The announcement creat
ed renewed interest in the already
croweded lobby and speculators
took out note books to record the
icuieuant-trovernor Majors di-
reeled the secretary to read the
statue governing the elee.i,,,. ,,f
a United States senator. Sil-no
prevailed as the section was read
.,,.,irU iw...t .
. v...,wio urui ui-r uieir uestts as
the roll call proceeded, and dili-
gently marked down the choice
of senators as the vote was i..,ii..
" - iv. KM
aloud. Senator Paddock occupied
a seat in tun vi-w of the members
lobby and galery, but he was a
parently deeply interested rent'
a newspaper and not until th
was ready to announce did ' Aote
to be aware of what was .r seem
The vote resulted as fo' diiic on.
Paddock Graham, Lo' f!ows: For
aid, Miller and Telit. .ceck, McDon-
For I'owers Dal
Johnson, McCart :, Dysart, Gray,
and Young. y, Mullen, Stewart
Scott. Kverett, Lowiev and
i and North for Hoyd,
II and Darner for Neville.
Carn and Saunders for FJdirerton.
Tin Jll forUailey, Kggleston for
fo irston, Han for Keiper. Mattes
t Morton, Moore for Whedon.
'ackhard for 'nviiter I'mm fr,t-
Hastings, 'Smith for Greene, Thom
1 sen for ft rean.
C andit'nites receiving votes were:
I'addo ck, 5; Powers, 8; Majois, 3:
'Ifffrto , 2; Neville, 2; Hailey, 1;
Thurstt in, 1, Andrews, 1; Keiper, 1;
Hryan. 1; Greene, 1; Marton, 1; Who
flon, 1; Hastinirs, Povnter. 1.
:lioice announced Lieutenat
I Sin?;,?!:''0' ""' "m
It was some time before the sen
ate realised that it was compelled
to keep on voting until an election
resulted, but Senator Telit came to
the rescue and an adjournment was
taken until 10 Wednesday.
A. Zable is moving his family to
town this week.
fieo. W. Meeker has moved into
the new bank building. He is now
tC'tineti iu one of the finest bank
buildings we ever saw for the size
of the town. He is doit:; business
over counter that would be a credit
to our metropolis. The building is
of pressed brick, has a large plate
glass front with stained glass tran
som; in front of the counter is a
very handsome floor made of tiling.
All inside finish is of red and some
white oak. The whole is a credit to
the contractor Mr. P. F. dentine of
Louisville as also to Murdock ami
the people that own the bank. The
institution is here to stay. A very
fine residence will follownext spring
for Cashier Meeker. And so the
good work goes on.
L. C. KickhoU was here last even
ing looking after his interests.
Wolf A Tool have bought the lots
of L. C. F:ickhotr where their office
and lumber sheds stands, which
gives their business more stability.
They have also come to stay.
F. Hass A Son, a general mer
chandise firm are reported as sel
ling out their stock of goods. We
did not learn what they intend to
do in the future.
A. Gast our harness maker has
bought the old school house from
John Connally, which he will 'move
to town and fix jit up for a names
Mr. Arthur Tool our junior har
ness maker cannot keep up with his
orders he gets for handmade hor
ness. J. J. Martin of Cedar BIulTs, Neb.
in visiting with his brother-in-law
L,. Weitzel this week.
A good improved 1(10 acre farm
in Cass county, fok BALE AT EASY
T E k M a. Apply to J. M. Leyda.
The following is the annual sum
mary for 1892:
Annual mean temperature, 40.8.
Highest temperature 105,21 July.
Lowest temperature 30 below Jan
uauy 19, 26, 12, 18 and 13.
Annual rainfall, 32.50.
Heaviest monthly rainfall' May
Least monthly rainfall, October,
Heaviest rainfall in one storm 9th
Annual snow fall, 44.00.
Number of days which one or
more precipitations fell 97.
Number of clear days, 46.
Number of fair days, 120.
Number of cloudy days, 100.
Number of thunder storms 30.
Wind from northwest, 107, north
east 111, southeast 217.
All Firei-Claes Druguiats.
From present date will keep oi
sale the important F;ast India Hip
remedies. Dr. H. James' im., "
f,nn l,: t...l. .. 'f'""
IICIU Ull MS OV ...
(Calcutta), will positively c (lre
sumption, oronch.tts, as hlna alld
nasal Catarrh, and brea' .
cold iu 24 hours. $2.r A '
or 3 bottles for ifO.50. Tr
1032 Race stre et( iMliltlHpia.
The Cass Cor
. 1 :
ciety will hold tt ' ",l,"i,.",a'
December 1 "K'.raujourneu
full at "vuK.iv j. in
.vnuanceot alt the mem-
A offitfers are requested as
OnpiVrtant business is to be
too, and also the election
i i f . .
T.mcers lot the ensuing year.
Ae society would like tohaveeverv
! W.siness man iu the city present.
R. H. Wl.NDHAM, Pres.
uavk Mi mm ek, Sec'y.
AM hp .Agents to sell our
choice and hardy Nursery Stock
We have many new special vari
ties, both in fruits and ornamentals
to otfer, which are controlled only
by us. We pay commission or
salary. Write us at once for terms,
and secure choice of territory.
MAY hkothkk, Nurserymen,
Kochesttr, N. Y
Th Boctors are Cullty
(irave mistakes are made hy phy
sicians in treatino; heart disease.
The rate of sudden deaths is daily
increaitt(f. Hundreds become vic
tims of the ignorance of physicians
in the treatmentof thisdisease. One
in four persons has a diseased heart.
Shortness of breath, palpitation nnd
flutterino;, irregular pulse, choking
sen sat ion, asthma tic breathing', pain
or tenderness in side, shoulder or
arm, weak or hungry spells, are
symptoms of heart disease. Dr.
Miles' New Heart Cure is the only
reliable remedy. Thousands testify
to its wonderful cures. Hooks free.
Sold by V. G. Fricke & Co.
In tlio matter nf tin- ita't nf r..r.
Wiilriult, ilfci-uscil. iititf iw liiTfi,
Ki von tluit in uriiaiu'i- uf mi onli-r , f
.V M. L liui mi. m, jii,li:r iu,. ,;;, ,;, i , ....
OflHKH CulllltV, IM,1, -,111 till- . 'ltd ,,,v .
ItiVfinlitT, l.xi?. f,,r tin- mill- iii tin
est ue herein niter itesliriln-'. tlien : I
in nit- iiiiiit uiMir hi t lie l oiiri hou- i,'
iiiu-iii.imn. v ,1-k ciiutitv, .e:.i.K.i, ,,.
nit- Jit n iiiiv in Jiiiiiiurv I yi.? at in oY ,i,''- a
in. lit Mil. I ihiv. ill iMililie venilni- to t
IiikIu m liiiiilcr fur ciihIi, the tulli.u ,nM ...
serilieil reul etute, towlt: tin tr!i t
innrter i4l n t lie u.irt h-eii-t nuiirti-- ii,
ill witliin twenty tJM t,,i,h,ip ,U,
il-'l ruiifcc twelve ('), l',is count v, ,
Sniil utile will remain im ii one Imiir.
Henry A III ami Aliruiu It. Wulr.i.p. exr
euliiritiif the lai-t will Mini totainim nl
tii'nro Walrailt, ilei enseil.
Ihiteil Januarv ,1, wi.t.
Ill tlie ilitrk t court nt (.'
htuiiinn K.iitctt audi
rfusiitl A. llrookiiiM 1 Referee'
Kthcl I). Ilewlns, I
I iiiler utiil hv virtue of n i'omnnf.i,,ii
ilirei teil to us troiu tin- ilistru t loiirt ol
I iiMHCoutit v, Nehriisku. in u i uiwe therein
peiiiluiK wherein the heirs ot Sarah I
Sim kerniiil tlieir ns-intw seek part it inn
n realty lielotiuiiii; to her rstnte ,n tlie
uhnve entitled i-uiini.
The uuilerslneil referees uill.tuion thi
IMh day o l ehrinn v A. I. at the
south door ot tin- court house ol tii
county, Nelirnskii, at iM o'clock i, in o
said day, sell to the highest ,i,,,., f,,,
cash, the followiiiK descrilied real estate,
The mirth half of the southeast uuiirtei
of section twenty two iL'ji in townstiip ten
(I'll north ol ranue eleven
(ill 1 1 1 A iisw
Silid sale w ill remain open for one hour.
M. U i.i.i in i ,
,, fiKii. II. Wtllll'S,
H k-o t I.AKK, I. M, illlWAKII,
Attorney lor Action. Keterei-s.
Hated this llth dav of January A. I. IVI
I'liiler iiihI hy virtue of an execution is.
sueilliyW. II. Dcnritiu, ,lerk of the ills,
trict court ot Cuss ciiuntv, .Nelirnsku, in
lavor ol the Hrst .ntioiinl Hank ol I'latts
iiioul h mid HKuinst lieortreS. Hilling, ,
Adeline llillnis anil anainst Viiaui
lil;e us surety, w hich piduuient on the
lllli day of Septeinher, IMU, was duly trims
crlpted to snid district court, I have levied
upon the following descrilied real estate
iisthe property of the said lieorKe S. liil
Imys and Adeline Hillines, towit- com.
nienciiiK lit n point Ills mid M0 feet west ol
these corner ol the uw ipiartcr ol timsw
itiiirternt section IS, township 12, rnni;e II
east mid in south line of the sw iiuarter
thence west il mid ;ii f,.,.t theiu.- north
r1i feet thence east l'1 mid II ill feet
thence south 2w! fed to place
u lieKUUiiiiKi also coiuineni im
ut a point VM feet north of the se
corner ol t he sw uiuirter of t he sw ipiarter
section is township I'.'.nniKe 14 t hence west
.U i teet to place of lieuiniiiiiLx, t hence west
!) feet thence north V. feel, thence east nil
feet, thence sunt h VM feet to t he'place of he
KiniiiiiLT know n us a part of lot 17, section
In, town is, rmiKe 14 ciintiiliiiiiK two liousei
AlsocoinniencinR ut n point I'ufeelwesl
ot the northeast corner of lot 12, section I'
township 12, rnnue 1 1 enst.t hence runnine
south r,7 fert to the place of lieuinninir,
hence south 121 feet, thence wi-t to wesl
lineofsaid lot la, thence norlh 124 feet
thence east to place of heifiuniiiK, known
us ii part of lot 12, section IS, tow nsiiip I '
rauite U,cotitnimn two houses; also com.
iieni-liiKiit the;southwest corner of sec
tion Pi, township 12, rutiKe 14 east, thence
ruiiniiiK east III rods, t hence Hurt h 21 rods
toplacwof heuintiitiK. thence east isifeet,
thence north 317 feet to place Jof henin
" ''.. thence north 7 feet, thence west mi
feet, thence south 711 feet, thence
east 0 feet ;to place of liein.
nuiLf, rontainliiK one hoiisr, nd I will on
the l.'lth day of February, ISM, at ill o'clok
u. in, of said day at the front door of tin
court house In said county, in I'latts
mouth, sell said real estate lit pnhlic auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash to at
isfy said execution, the amount Idue
thereon lciii the sum of $5ii0.liS, with ten
iier cent interest from September 7th, lwC,
(j.W costs, und accrtihiK costs.
I oroiierCiiss I utility, .Nebraskn.
Hiiteil January llth, S!.
State of Nebraska UJ
' oMiitynf Ctisu f1"
II) virlui ui an order of stile issued to
me, Reuben W. Myers, l,yv. H. Ienrin
clerk of the District court of Cuss County
Nebraska upon a iudk-etiienl of foreclos
ure entered iu said district -urt, and o
decree thereof marshalling the assets of
1 limiias I. Thoiiia mid Al'uin A. 1 homiisj
and said judgement 1'eiiiK In favor ol
Susaiiii IhoniaH In the sum of $3iK),iU.
AmlMcholas Ilrdines, mid Ami H. '4'odd
for i7W..n"), Andfulvin II. I'urmele in the
sum of $21:t;"i.iiii. And K. Li. Uovev in the
sum of $1I)IN.47, and general iuilnemeot
creditors uccorditiK to their pri
ority f record, directing me
tu sell in the order named,
the foliowliiK tracts, part and pan els of
land to satisfy said decree of date De
cember illst A 1). I!i2. vi.:
That nart of iuveriiiiient hit n. IK- ir,i
tn the southwest quarter of .the uortheest
rjuarter, also known as subdivided lot
four (4i ami eiylit IN said last two mnii
bers referritiK to the same tract of land as
government lot .No. live (), contiiiniug
aliout eiht (S acres uccorditiK to k'ov
All of Kovernnient lots three Cl and
four (4i except ten till) acresof the north
side sold to the H A M. k U, t o., in Ne
braskn, and ten (10) acres known us sub
division lot I.IHn the southwest corner of
government lot three Cil containiuu about
W.'Oncres ucorddiiiK to K"Veiiimeot sur
vey. Also the uest half of the southeast
iiuarter, find the southeast iiuarter of tin
southwest quarter, nil ot the above ami
forenoinu lands beituf situated itijsection
tliirtv-two i:i2i, townslilp thirteen tl.U
north of ranue thirteen (l.'l) east of the
tit II . III.
Also tne east unit fit 1 tie northwest
iiuarter of section nine and the north
east iiuarter of northeast iiuarter mid the
east half of t he sout beast quarter, and t he
west hall ot the southeast iiuarter ol tin
northeast iiuarter of section ciulit h, all
in township twelve 12 north, ot ranife
thirteen l.ti in t. nss count v .Nelirnskii.
And I will, on the xth dav of Keliurarv
A. D. l!tt, at one o'clock p in. of said day,
atthesoulh door of the court house of
Cass count v, in the city of IMattsmoiitli.
sell real estate at public miction to the
highest bidder for cash to satisfy siad de
tree. The tmifreuate amount of said
jtidement beinif $l(l.'2:w.(N) exclusive of
costs ainountitiK to s'.'KI.Uk and accurini;
Hated this lltli dav of Januarv A. D.
t v:t. h'lit iilN V. II vi-ks.
Notice i hereby k'iven Unit bill will lie
re re I veil tip till tiiwin of Kebruiiry 10, I "91.
fur t lie print itij itf Court Dm'ket, t'oni
tiiinsiiiiiers I'roereiliiiKs. Koiid Nut ices,
iiml Treiinnrers Ktatenieiits for t lie . veil r
1XI. t'liiiuiii-o-ioiicr reserve tlie rinlit to
reject liny mill nil liiits. Sniil bills to lie
tiled in my office. I'leiise ntute on envel-
oic"Hitl for Cinitity I't int iti .'
I'liittsnioutli, Neb., Juiiiiitry i,Vi.
Farm For Sale or Trod.
I have u line farm of lt;o acre, ti'i in iles
northeast of Cambridge, Koriois county
Neb., S miie from school house, clmrch
nnd Siiiiibiv cchool, in one of the best
iniliburhriods iu the state. Improve
incuts, a hirue frame house of si rooms
mid imntrv, stable, well and indtiiill, l(i
ucres under ciiltivntioii and koihI crops,
will tradr for Cass county, land without
buildings. Title Kood, price $-',jU0 address
s. k. hall,
Leave orders for hair chains at I
G. Dovey A Son or FrankTCarruth's
A t-reani of tatnr luikino- i.owder.
Highest of ; ivnyciniin-
strength.-Latest t'tiitid Stubs
KoY-M.J!UKi : P t i i . K' (',..,
l'ti Wall St.. N. v.
(Mill pli 11.
0 fur tM.30.
that's my wife's you know wears
a cheerful, life-is-worth-living expres
sion, ever since 1 presented her a box ol
She is always recommending A'iri's
soaps to her friends says she is
through with experiments has just
what she needed to make labor easy,
and ensure perfectly clean clothes.
She knows what she's talking about
don't forget it.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
Dusky Diamond TarSoap
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Til V't s;fua,
o o o o gPEOIFiliSTS
Id Amrrlni. No oilier riivIoliin In the
I uiU'd State have tri uliU as uiany .
Ami nil Nervous, Chronic and I'rlvat DU
Marn, an thonfl unrivaled Speclnllnts have
rarrid daring thu pant Ml yrnr. Send 4c for
their il)intrtttdl book of ViU pacea. din
(ulttttiou free. Call upon, or address mitb
DRS. BETTS 8 BETTS,
110 South Uth street, southeast cor.
Itthund I liiiinlii" street.
ill Mil 1)
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