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The Three Dilfarert P.irti s
Hold H -iuOum ?.
THEY COULD NOT AGREE.
Tin Inc.! p,'Jt;nts Hiva t Stormy
session ..nd a N .1 11D vV 1 1 -Ch:w
When W. L. Green
Tutstl.iy niulit nv;i 1 11 ' i lit.- of
l';uieu.-es. Tlu iiiili'-iii!ciils liii-t al
the t-t. ili.' lmuse, t lie 1 1 iiil'l iiins ;i t
tin1 Lincoln niiil tin - ic.it uiiiv.islu-il
;it till' Limlcll. Tin' I'lUH'lKs ;it the
J.iiH'oln v;is nio.-t important be
cause of the general lerlilli;' that
now prevails that tin- republican
caucus nominee will be the next
United Stale senator.
Fifty-six republicans sincil the
5 petition to enter a caucus, with the
i Julcrstaiiiliiij; that it wouhl require
4 two-thirds vote, lieiii- torty-two,
to name a choice. They went into
caucus earlv in the eveniiiir and
continued in secret session until
lifter 12 o'clock. The result was 110
choice as the following tabulated
(Statement of the vote will .-how:
fivt Seed: riiM -'..Hi Kirii
Ket'M! ... -.
1! -I -i
'Jensen, Kloke, James and Davies
did not at'ipuese in the manner em
ployed in voting in the caucus and
caused their bodies to be absent
thereof. Said one of them:
"They promised to have an open
ballot, but instead are resorting to
a secret ballot. This did not suit
us and we decamped."
The independents had a stormy
time. Seven members left the cau
cus when the name of W. I,. Green
was taken up,
The democrats met and quietly
'waited for a proposition from the
independents to fuse but no Htich a
proposition was made.
Senator TefTt's measure, senate
file No. 7, was ably supported by
liim. The bill submits to the peo
ple a proposition for u constitu
tional convention, lie offered tin
ninendnient providing notice to
publication in one paper in each
county three months before the
Darner declared there was politi
cal chaos, that the people were not
ready for attempting change and
moved to refer the bill back for in
Senator Tcft said it ottht not to
be postponed, because his friend
'was in a chaotic condition. He be
lieved those elected to the conven
tion would do ood work, but if the
chaotic condition just exemplified
actually exists, the people would
refuse to ratify. The people are to
be trusted. The present constitu
tion ha'd been outgrown, as proved
by the upsprintfinff of the state
"board of transportation and a bill
pending in the senate fot a sup
reme court commission.
On motion of Kverett it was recom
mended that when the committee
arise it report the bill back to the
senate to be referred back to the
committee on constitutional amend
inents for amendment. The com
mittee then rose and the reports
Senator Correll presented this
Resolved, Hy the senate and
house of representatives of the
etate of Nebraska, that the election
of United States Senators by di
rect vote of the people would be
more in harmony with the genius
of American institutes and a pop.
ular form of government, would
more perfecectly meet and express
the wishes of the people, would
avoid charge of legislative corrup
tion, would tend to better legisla
tion and would beless expensive to
the people. j
Therefore our senators and repre
sentatives in congress are hereby
1 A quested to use all honorable
iiicans to havt an amendment to
the constitution of the I'nited
niitted to the legislatures of the
several states for adoption.
That the secretary of state of the
state of Nebraska is hereby in
structed to transmit certified cop
ies of this resolution to the sena
tors and representatives of Ne
braska in congress.
Senator Teit't suggested the ad
visability of laying the resolution
over until after a senator shall
have been elected, but tin: chair
held the document to be a joint
ineinoral and as having passed the
Lieutenant Governor Majors pre
sided at the joint session. Seven
members were absent.
Casper otTered a resolution mak
ing a rule to be applied in joint ses
sion, authorizing the call of the
Infuse when deemed necessary by
live members of the session.
The resolution was a.!opte.J and
hereafter 110 member can shirk the
duty of voting for I'nited States
s.-n.itor ly jroiujj out for a drink.
The following is tile vote as ca.M:
Powers ."M. Pad lock 'J7. Majors Id.
Mryan S, Thurston ti, Iioyd 2, Hast
i.is' Morton;!, t'nnni.v I, Web
ster'.!, Reese 'J, Thompson 1. Martin
1. 1) iwes 1, li.iilcy 1, Furnas 2, An
drew J, R. X. Simons 1.
ROTH ARE LIABLE.
Attorney General Hastings'
Opinion of the Bank
Immediately upon convening
Friday afternoon the senate re
ceived the opinion of Attorney Gen
ral Hasting in reply to resolution
offered by Senator Moore. The
opinion was presented by Lieuten
ant Governor Majors and is as
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. L'i, Wi. To
the honorable, the senate of the
Twenty-third Legislative Assembly
of Nebraska Gentleman: On the
24 th your honorable body adopted
a resolution which has just reached
ine, wherein my opinion was asked
on four dilfcrc ut propositions:
I have examined the several ques
lions so far as was possible in the
limited time I have had since the
resolution above referred too was
brought to my notice and reply
tiiereto as follows:
lndirthe act ol April 8, 1 Si 1 1 , be
ing chapter .TO of the session laws
of 181)1, page 'Ml, state depositories
are created for the deposits of state
funds by the .'state treasurer. This
act of the legislature has never
been before our court of last resort
for construction, nor has the con
stitutionality of the same been de
termined by that body. The act
above referred to did not, as to the
state treasurers, go into effect until
after the expiration of the term of
office of Hon. J. K. Hill.
To your first inquiry I answer,
section HUIH of the consolidated
statutes provides among other
things, that it shall be the duty of
the state treasurer to receive and
keep all moneys of the state not ex
pressly required to be kept and re
ceived by some other person and to
account for and pay overall mon
eys recieved by him as such treas
urer to his successor in office.
I am informed that on the turning
over of the office to his successor
the outgoing state treasurer had a
credit at the Capital National bank;
that in turning over the office this
item was turned over by the out
going treasurer to the present state
treasurer without the delivery of
the money. If this be true my con
clusions are as follows: The out
going treasurer had money in his
hands that belonged to the state.
His official bond, as well as the
law, recti i red him to turn over to
his successor in office the money in
his possession received as such
treasurer. The turning over to his
successor, an evidence of the in
debtedness held by him against the
Capital National bank, was not a
substantial compliance with the
terms of the statute and his bond
would still be held liable.
This question in substantially the
same form as here presented has
been decided by our supreme court
in an opinion rendered by Chief
Justice Lake in the case of the board
of county commissioners of Cedar
county vs. Peter Jenal, et al., at the
January term of the court in 1SS.I
In that case it was squarely held
that the payment of money can be
effectuated only by the delivery of
that which by the law of the land
is recognized as money; that in the
collection, care and disbtirtenient
of the revenues of the state certifi
cates of deposit are not recognized
at all by law. The same principal
has frequently been laid down in
our own as well as other court of
last resort. It is the universal hold
ing of the courts that a certificate
of deposit issued by a bank to a de
positor upon depositing money
therein is not money but a promise
to pay money; an evidence of in
debtedness. Hence to your first
question my opinion is the bond is
To your second inquiry I desire to
say if I am right in my conclusions
as to your first inquiry, and it shall
be held that the turning over of the
item referred to at the Capital Na
tional bunk was not a valid pay
ment such as is contemplated by
our statute.-, then of course it must
follow th.it the bond of the incom
ing st;i'-' treasurer would not be
liable therefor. II, however, the
contrary l"clriu-' should obtain
and it should be declared that the
turning o er of the item to t he in
coming state treasurer, his accept
ance of the same as payment and
the placing of the amount to his
credit upon the books if the bank
was as between the retiring state
treasurer and his successor bind
ing, in my opinion the state is still
protected and the bond of the in-
coming treasurer should be liable.
Your third inquiry is illicitly suf
ficiently answered. The bond is
given to the present state treasurer
by the bank wouhl by simply aux
iliary t the bond ot the retiring
To your fourth inquiry regarding
suggestions to your lionoralde body,
as to the changes ami amendments
to be made in the law so properly
pro'ect toe iu'erests ot the Mate in
reference to the state funds, there
should be several provisjousadded.
The number of sheep in the
I'nited States in 1.)-J was, lT0,HOt
greater than in 1S;I, whiie the clip
of wool increased in one ear 2.T,titlil,
IKK) pounds. There was consumed
in American mills in ls-.lj, .T.MKHI.iU)
more pounds ol woo! tli.ni in 1V1,
and 2:t,tKKi,tHKl of this increased were
of domestic wool. W ith such acts
in plain view let free traders in
wool go in, and see what they will do
in l'.h). lty that time, if the demo
crats have (heir way, the American
rani will be hunted for iii -nagviie
Toll's Fills in use thirty years.
A permit to marry was granted
last week to Nelson W. Abel and
Mary Hrcendon, both of Weeping
Kdith Kvnns of Malvern, Iowa
visited her sister, Mrs O. II. Snyder
The breach of contract caseof
Tim and John McCarthy vs. John
and Perry Marsh, which was tried
to a jury, resulting in a verdict for
the plaintiff in the sum of $1, the
amount sued for being $StK). The
costs will therefore be divided be
tween the litigants.
Two licenses were issued Tuesday
by Judge Ramsey. One to Mr. Jos
eph Harta and Miss Francis Vod
iscka and the other to Mr. Kudic
X. Frans of Otoe county and Miss
Helle Sans of Cass county.
O. II. Snyder has commenced
proceedings against S. Kinkead the
absconding contractor, for the sum
of ,f!).T on account.
The Chicago hotel at Pacific
Junction was burned Tuesday
morning, the building was well
covered by insurance, and will be
rebuilt in the spring.
The Ladies Missionaiy society at
Murray will give a mite supper this
evening at the residence of A. M.
Holmes. Price for supper 10 cents.
J. M. Craig and S. II. Atwood are
in Deadwood again look'tig after
their mining interests,
John Dauelar of Weeping JWater
was a visitor in this city Tuesday, j
The jewelery linn of Carrulh &
Son was changed the first of Feb
uary to the Carruth Jewelery Com
pany and Archie L. Coleman was
taken in as partner.
D. O. Dwyer has also paid his
line for contempt of court at Coun
cil lilulis, so he is 110 longer a fugi
tive from justice.
Will Streight was fatten suddenly
with a severe hemorrhage of the
lungs last Monday, and it wasall the
doctors could do to keep him from
crossing the dark river. At the last
report he was resting as comfor
table as could be expected, although
110 one is allowed to see him except
(Jordan Kuotts of Cotiucial Muffs
is visiting the editor of this paper.
Judge Kainsey has appointed
Justice M. Archer as special admin
istrator for the estate of the late
Jas. W'olstow of Rock iJluifs, and
the will has been filled for probate.
It is understood that the provisions
of the will are objectionable to the
heirs, and a contest in the courts is
Mrs. M. Waybright left Monday
night for Arapahoe, Neb., called
thereon account of the sickness of
her niece Miss white.
The intelligence of G. !'. S. Jlur
tou, the proprietor of the livening
News, has advanced nuother notch
and the transition from darkness of
superstition and ignorance into the
light of advanced intelligence is
completed. All on account of a boy
being born in his house, which he
says is "the counterpart of his pa,"
and it i rtimored'on the streets to
day that he has given up the idea
of molding public opinions, and
that in the future M. 1). Polk will
own and publish the News and Mr.
I'artmi will retire to a private cit
i.en with his boy.
- m . -
Mr. and iMrs. K'oenbron!,' of lng
l'iue, Neb., are in the city visiting
l i bit i VI S.
Mr. J Long and family and Mr. J.
Davie- I P for the west Ihr foie
pari ol ii.v. week each taking a car
load ot goods with them. Mr. Long
goes to Heaver City and Mr. Davies
goes to Maywood, Neb.
M UK DOCK.
F. Muenchan went to Genua ntow n
on a visit.
Dr. M.irou of Wabash is attend
ing Mrs. II. Hover who is quite
An entertainment was given by
the school at Murd ick last I'htns
d iv evening, which wa under the
very ellicieut in in. igeme it of Miss
M nil., a success in every p.ulicu
lar. Our new school house accomo
dated the large number of '.people
present quite well, there were about
2i0 present. Good order pr -vailed
throughout. Our. school is not be
hind others in any lisped, but we
think it safe to say, rather a 'mile
ahead. A spelling and chippei ing
match closed the exercises. Let us
have another soon.
A represent! live of I) ivis .V auk -in
butter and cheese manufactures
of Chicago is looking- over the
ground in order to slart a branch
factory here ns he has in Green
wood Neb., lately. Our farmers
should take hold at one. The invest
ment issafcaud a large percentage
on the same, (he outcome hyj u
report, which was handed. us by G.
W. Meeker we see that at Turner
station, the dividends were XI cents
and al Geneva, 111. Il.T cents to the
stockholders stock was worth ifl.TO..
00, per share of $100,011. We hope to
have the butter factory iherc by
The Misses Gorder of I'lattsinoiith
are visiting with Mrs. John Cook.
Kegular preaching services will
be held at our school house in Mur
dock begining Feburary 12, in the
German language, also in the
linglish language from time to
time, the Sunday school will be
held at 2 o'clock from the above
A. Zierrat sold his place "three
miles north of Murdock to Mr.
Schrader receiving $T2.0O per acre,
and then he bought the Iloldeu
farm two miles north west of here
paying if.TO.OO per acre.
Mrs. lingers of Hamburg, Iowa Is
here attending to her daughter
Mrs. II. Moyer, who is quite sick
The voting population has in
creased one since last Saturday in
Murdock, the new arrival in quart
ered with our blacksmith Mr. Mc
Vermott. A surprise part)' was given Mrs.
Mary Streich last Tuesday evening
in honor of her twenty-second birth
day, a larje number of her friends
were present and all had a very
The blizzard that began Tuesday
noon nnd is raging as we go to
press is general and in some places
a driving snow accompanies the
wind, and is reported all the wny
from 10 to 42 degrees below nero ac
cording to the location.
The city union of the Y. P. S. C. li.
will meet at the Presbyterian
church this evening. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all.
yi'AKRI-L OVl-K TKESSI'ASHINU.
Lon Marshall and J, W McCrosky
are neighbors living on opposite
sides of the road just north of Mer
cerville, and it is reported that thcr
has lately sprung up ill feeling
between them on account of the
stock of each making raids on the
fields of the other. The quarrel cul
minated in a personal encounter
between the men Monday tvening
in which Mr. McCrosky was badly
beaten. Dr. Cummins was called
to dress the wounds of McCrosky
and found the old gentleman's bead
and face to be badly bruised. It is
even possible that the sight of one
of his eyes may be be seriously af.
Sleep 00 Left Side.
Many persons are unable to sleep
on their left side. The cause has
long been a puzzle to physicians.
Metropolitan papers speak with
great interest of Dr. Franklin Miles,
the eminent Indiana specialist in
nervous and heart diseases, who has
proven that this habit arises from a
diseased heart. He has examined
and kept on record thousands l
cases. His New Heart Cure, a won
derful remedy, is sold at F. G. Fricke
iV Co. Thousands testify to its value
as a cure for heart diseases. Mrs.
Chas. Henoy, Loveland, Colo., says
its effects on her were marvelous.
K'egant book on heart disease free
Troy Press: Most pretty girls
can testify to the power of the pres
I'lte onlv drawback is tliat with
them the power is us-tnlly waistid
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rriiii'sm- iiru'r uml H11' l.nk-) .
I'loli- -sit I!. 1.. I iarni r is mic uf tint nm-a
i-'i,ir.;.'i mis n( our si-iriil ilie nu n, ;in l Lis
is.il to A 1 ri 11, in tinier to st U'ly I lie ,-ini-
li.als l!' . I l) tii.-in 111 inti'lliKi in ' itn l in
points of iiiiil:n-il j , in oi-ili-r lli.il lie iiiny
lhr..v luM ii,ii l!i,. oiiiiu of liuiiiaii
.-lu-icli, is iil.i ',)- lii prow, if liu sliall Iv
' nlile In ( an y nut Ins plans, oiu-of tlm most
! impi II ant colli I iliill lulls tliat have I.e. 11
' luaii- la our klnnvliilnf of 111. ill in-rpuivd
I'V I he M inly '.f I lie rival 11 res nlm m e lie
I.av 1. r I-avail ran- In ranal developi neu t .
lb-lias a ili .iinli- an I i onipii lii-iisivi- I1 a
of 1 In- la'i i- of i'iiiii.u ion in r, i.inl t.i
iinini.iis w ii, i can In- laonnlii vn Itiu Ins
rmrli, mill In- lias proviilnl hi-eiiiiiily lor
' t-vi-ry eini-im in y t bat may iirisc.
! lh- lias lippliol nearly ill) tlui lntrt
j lii-liievelnelils ol srielice williin tin) scope
I of liis plans to I lie itilv.-iiiei'ineiit. of liis ex
j piihliua. lb- v ill iim- tlm electric nanny
( liuil i U 1 1 l ie lilil inn, us W ell us tliecaiu
I 1 11 mnl t lie pl.otioiaapli iiinl tin- leli plionn
to iiii.Ti-ai Ins oppori unities ta see tliiin;
In nilvani.ii,e, mnl lie w ill even apply elm
Iricity lor tin- pnrpoM- of placing minnals
w illiin liis ii iieli. His plan of n c.ao in
wliicli In-may Is-al ili- to insulate l,inis II,
mnl even piolect liis pioperty liy ine insii
mi eleit lie hat 1 cry, iiiu invention woiiny
of 11 Inn n New lliiL:l,nnlcr, anil nil liis nr
raiigcinciils show that, tvlmtcvci- tln-Af
limn forests have to Inrnisli us in tin- way
of 111lon11ati1.il upon the animal wuil I mnl
the connect ion of human with uniinal
Kpceeli will lie within I he scope of liis in
vent ive tennis nn,i personal energy. Hum
ton lit raid.
"Wlnit niiulit to In- ilone to A ninn It In
tnorc usually a woman, thoin;li w ho liaml
ieaps you in an iiilroiluctioii l.y telling the
other parly that you me 11 prmluy ot Kt
liiusr" That was 11 ipn-si ion nkeil ut 11 lit
tie bilk of 1 liiliiui ii. "Do you know Mis.
li f"i-oiitiliiieillheipieiisl.. "Well, tliat'ti
her favorite trick. She Is one of the kiini
est women in thu worM, 1ml don't let In r
introtluee you to imy one. Here's tlm way
she went on win n she iuti-oiliieeil me to
H , the ttrtist: '.Mr. S .let me niiike
you Hc-quiiluteil with Mr. II . You'll
liinl liim the most i-hiirmiu fellow you
ever met the wittiest, lirigliicxi, must in
tellct'tuul, most experienced mini I know.
Ami you, Mr. II-, will llnd Mr. S one
of the most honest, Interest inj- mnl sincere
men in the world. You know his pictures,
mnl you know from them thalhe is u
nius. I'm no Klail that you urn to know
"Then she went away Hinl leftim lookiim
nt encli other liken couple of fools. We
sahl boinetliiiiK about the weather, I lie
lieve, mnl parted. Awhile afterward u
friend itskeil me how I liked S . 'Don't
like liim at all; regular chump!' Haiti 1.
'That's will,' Kuiil he, 'for it's exactly what
he says of you,' Well. S ami I met
each other in an nfrhunil way afterward,
anil we have got m that we like one an
other pretty well. Hut that introduction
ilis-KusleU both of us." New Yolk lie
corder. The Hinges of MntirnlllK.
The effort to preserve the film-US of
tiling seems to have leached Its height in
a ease recently heard of, where a wealthy
you UK woman, an extremist ami impres
sionist, it kock without sayiiiK, huH hail the
furnishings of her own room conform to
the various Maes (,f a bereavement, hi
the first depths of her K''h f black fur rus
alone broke the lusterlcss polish of t lie
floor of her room, w hli h hail beeiieboiii.eil;
a conch covered W illi dull black cloth and
piled with black Kal 111 pillows set the pace
for the rest of the furniture, which was
I'urtaiiiH of soft black, t repon fell over
blu er white muslin ones at the w indows,
and a bedspread and pillow covers of hern
si itched liue-a with broad black Un-ilci
like 1111 exiiK'Kcrutiil moiirniiiK .haudker
chief kept up the funereal sUKKestiveliess.
As lime wore on, however, more and more
white crept in, till a white door, white
niK. ft while nit in couch wlih w hite mull
pillows succeeded the enshrouding gliKJin
of the previous fittings.
This white has gradually toned with and
Into the gray and violet unt il now, when
touches of rosy pink give effectual evi
tleuces of a return to glowing life. Her
Point of View in New York Times.
Wmiti'i! a log.
Fair Customer I live In the suburbs, and
I want a good bouse dotf. Dealer Yes,
mum. "Hut of course I don't wunt one
that will keep us awake all niht barking
at nothing." "No, mum." "He must Is
big ami strong and lierce, you know."
"Yes, mum." "Yet as gentle as a lamb
with us, you know." "Yes, ilium." "And
he must pounce on every tramp that come
along and drive him ofT." "Yes, mum."
"Hut he mustn't interfere with any poor
but honest man looking for work." "No,
mum." "If a burglar comes prowling
alxmt at night the dog should make tniui-e
meat of him in an Instant." "Yes, mum."
"lint he mustn't attack a neighbor who
drops in for an evening call." "No, mum,"
"And of course he mustn't molest people
who come hurrying In at all hours of the
night to cull my husband. He's a diK-tor,
you know." "No, mum. I see what you
want. You want a thought reader dog."
"Yes, I suppose so, fun you send me one?"
"Very sorry, mum, but I'm just out of
tliat kind. ' (Scottish American.
Itain which, on touching the ground,
crackles and emits electric sparks is a
very uncommon but not unknown phe
nomenon. An in-taiice of that kind bus
been reported from Cordova, in .Spain, by
an electrical engineer, who wit iiet.sed the
occurrence. The weather had Is-eu warm
and undisturbed by wind, and soou after
dink the sky became overcast by clouds.
At about 8 o'clock there came a flash of
lightning, followed by great drops of elec
trical rain, each one of w hich on touching
the ground, walls or trees, gave a faint
crack mid emu ted a faint spark of light.
The phenomenon continued lor several
seconds, mid apparently censed a-i soon as
the (itiniB-pheie was saturated wilh inoi
Hue. Chambers' Journal.
'Hie Itank Suiillou' Next.
The bank swallow is a bird w ho-e in-st ii
a h-.le cm 1v.-1.tel in ti;c earth along t lie
b! nil's ot stieim.s. 1 hus e sei n a high batik
of the Win.) l iver liaoie lo look like ft hil,'u
lioncjcuii.b l.y li,nu-i,iiil-of these hole-.,
mnl t iie air iv.i- swarming with the birds
tiial lie. Hill. cm. Il was indeed acily
of sand sw allows, a 11 id ropolis w here pi r
fei t 1 1 1 1 1 : pi-evaded ill li.e nrcl.it.-ct lire,
the inierii.-ii iiin-ii and tin- liiriiiuuv ot the
homes. - , hoie-c- ui ie a--mm ii alike as
the lards iliel-is. !vi.- Aaiilriee 'I honipsua
Ili (io'.li a Wule.
Writttti lty a Woman.
'l lu- cue poem t ; : 1 often translated into
eviry laii.;ii.ice of the civilied and un
civilized world was writleti by a woman
the "Odeto Aplnoillic," by Sappho. fSiiake
Kpeure's works have borne the test of but
three, Sappho'a have ttood through twcti-ty-Cve
centuries. N't.v Y'ork Sun.
en-. on of lo'ar bnkiug powder.
lliiju-st of ail in bn inn iif
-tri-njtli Latest Tinted StatiB
!"V M. 1! KI.i. I MU l,! Co.,
i"i Wall St.. N. Y.
l-iirio I o.- ,,c Triul,
IIoim-.i lite 1.. 1 111 if till acres, o'-j mile
lliu t tu-a-a .ii Coot, 1 i. Ire. I'omi.is count v.
Neli,,'- loin- tr.-iti M'bool bouse, cliurtli
.mil Suiiilay si'l I, in one of tin- best
iii-iglii.oi liooils in tin- stale. Iioproxe
inotils, a larnc linoie limi-e nt six roonm
aii'l l.iulr ,-lnl.l". well ami wiiulniill, I'll
ncres 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -r cull 1 cm ion uinl ko"iI crops,
w ill 1 1 a. It-for Ca-is c iiin' v, la.nl W illi. ult
In 1 i hbns. l it le 1 101 1 , 1 1 rice V-',.")i H inbl resH
S. Iv. II AI.I.,
t 'bit I so 101 it li, Mel 11 nsloi.
StO'-UlmMfO-s M.ti- o.
Not ice is In-rclty given thai Hie annual
nice! mil; ol the slocklioltlers of the llur-
luigton ami Missouri K'iver U, Iv'.coinpaiiy
hi .Ni-biasliii will be held at I he nfiicc of
the coiiipaiiy ill 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , cl n nshii, 1
on riiiiisday.tbe -'.lil ilay of l-'obrmiry, bin,
at ft o'clock p. 111, Tlie meeting Is lielil b.r
1 lie elect ion of nine ili rectors o' the coni
pa 1 iv to serve liming I he ensuing year ami
(or I lie I rausacl 1. 111 of any other business
Hint imiy legiill v come before the meeting
Signcil, V. J, I. ADD,
All Firm-ClMH (Jruumsl.
From present date will keep on
sale the important Last India Hemp
remedies. Dr. II. James' prepara
tion of this herb on its own soil
(Calcutta), will positively cure con
sumption, bronchitis, asthma, and
nasal Catarrh, and break tip a fresh
cold in 2 hours. $'J..-)d per bottle
or H bottles for ifO.aO. Try it.
Ckamkick & Co., proprietors.
10a"..' Race street, I'hiladelpia.
The Cass County Agricultural so
ciety will hold its regular adjourned
December meeting on Saturday
February, II, 1S!M at" o'clock p. m
A full attendance of nil the mem
bers and oliim-rs are requested as)
some important business is to hn
attended too. and also the election'
of officers for the ensuing year.
The society would like to haveevery
business man in the city present ,
The meeting will lie held at tlm
"U. H. Windham, Pres.
Davk Mdimhk, Set-'y.
!f Your Cistern
is Oat of Order
or Soft Water is scarce,
don't worry yourself for a moment
go right ahead and use hard water with
and you'll never know the difference.
The clothes will be just as white,
clean and sweet-smelling, because the
"White Russian" is specially adapted
for use in hard water.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
Dusky Diamond Tar Soap. Bert
DRS, BEITS &BETTS
t lU'HUIW I kl
I 1 PKYS1CUKS
I -iJr'is''Si I AND
In this Scientific Treatment and
Safe, Sound, Speedy and Perma
nent Curo of all classes, forms,
phasos and degrees cf
Stricture, Hytroclr, V.TrlcQ,oel(
Cieer, Spermntorrhrea , Syphilis.
Conorrhcpr;, i.c8t knhoorl, B!ood
a n d j k i n Dl?cr. sos. Fen- rlw Weah
ness, Efffrti of fwrty Vice,
every form of S.pxi't1! t'-iscast.
T:t firj It stir.;: a wiU scil fro rj Ul-sritil .
C:i:s:LT-::iU tZIZ. Cills;::. enlireci J'.iap.
DRS.' BETTS St CCTTS,
HI) S011II1 lltli street, soudieiist cor.
lltli uinl DuukIus Ktn-i'ts.
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