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RATES OF -SUBSCRIPTION.
One Year -in advance, 1
If not paid in advance. ;; Ml
Six months, T.'i
Three months, . i
Telephone . ii in I ' r
J. D. M At T Ah't.A.Mi. of Lincoln hart
been appointed receiver nf I lit- C-ij
il.il .National !;mk il-t , ill nr will he
wound as s 1 1 1 1 y us k i r -i i I 1 f
I HI. I I I-KM. I) doe lint see iinv
more rerson for Ii ttitig Moshcr, tin
bank enilic..ler nut mi liail than
doing 1 1 it- same with a common
I : ilk robber.
K'oi!i:KT J. Hi-ATI v, charged with
being an accomplice in the llouu
stead poisoning cases, waH found
guilty on nil six ch.irgcH, tin jury
w.'is out only .seven minutes.
.v telephone i'oiiiiauy lias
been organized in Chicago witli a
capital of eight millions. It is pos.
sible we may yet receive some
hcnclits as well an the co'inpauics
Cl.hVKLA.NW says lie wants a t'al.i
net composed of 'business inen."
Is Carlisle one? In Kayanl? Let uh
liavea delinition of the term busi
ness man from the Cleveland stand
point. (jKovkm Cl.KVKLANli ban Hent
won! to the democrats at Washing
ton that if they don't repeal the sil
ver purchase act, fie will call an
extra session within thirty days
from March 1.
If Nj.y transpires that the story
sent out Inst week to the etfect that
cxGovernotTliayer wiih laying ill
at the cabin. 6l,yu old soldier in
Lincoln, peimik'ijajm'i an object of
charity was a nielirrlB lie.
Ik Hawaii is annexed IriH,' uited
States will possess a live voli&fim,
witfi n crater of enormous capacity
and Geiieraj Veijypr will have a for
midable riva) in the tii j y poul
Wk aeknowle.lg?-'tW rQCHJt of a
complimentary ticket to tlu '
cert nt Lincoln next MowhlV; Feb-
. - - r
LS, given by the Nebraska ciWvo- J
tory of music in honor of the ain '.
legislature and. state- uQir
D.VR day last V'ftptMfi'tJ titi.ens ol
'aris,-Teii,w ' tit a liiger tit the
stake for a fiendish crime. They
rolled red hot irons up and down
his body then poured crtal til over
him and other coinbiisltrtble mater
ial and burned Mm tip.
TllK friends of Mosher have of
fered to pay all the debts f the
Capital National bank if the state
will not send him to the pen, and it
now looks as if that is what will
be done, and the public will never
know how much fraud litis been
OVEK fifty years ago, Daniel Web
ster, speaking as Secretary of State,
said that this country could "never
consent" to see the Hawaiian Is
lands taken possession of by any
great Kuropeon commercial power
and the same feeling exists today
upon the subject.
TllK Harrison administration has
had more foreign problems to deal
with than any other administration
since the war has hud except (Jrunt.
It will probably, in its last days,
dial us wisely with the Hawaiian
matter as it did, in its early days,
with the Samoan difficulty.
Now is the time for farmers to re
pair and put in good order their
farm implements for spring and
summer usr, and repair and oil the
harness. This will stive valuable
time that cailnot be devoted to this
sort of work later on without incur
ring seriofis loss. Fairmont Signal
I'ook Lot went on the war path
last week at I'ine Ridge agency and
the result is that live cowboys are
dead and four iudiaus who went by
the name of Two Strike, his two
sons, and White-Horse-Face. They
are the same imlians that created
the trouble hist winter. Hut asthey
have now gone to the happy hunt
ing ground. Indian Agent Hrown
says there will be no trouble there
TllK supreme court of Iowa has
decided that a man who is eligible
to an ofhee at the time heeuteis
upon his ditties is eligible to elec
tion. This covers the cases of the
republican members of the Kansas
legislature who were excluded by
populists because they were post
masters ut the time of their elec
tion, notwithstanding the fat that
they resigned before the day upon
which the legislature convened.
VOTE OF NEBRASKA, 189Q-1S92
With a view to obtaining a care
ful judgment of the exact condi
tions prevailing in the various con
gressional districts throughout ti-te
vountry, The American Protective
Tarilf League has undertaken to
colli ct the returns of congressional
districts according to the territor
ial lines prevailing in and
giving the returns for the name
territory for the congressional
election of WO, It will at once be
recognized that this is a very diffi
culty undertaking, as over one
half of the stales in the I'uiou have
been re-districted since I six I, owing
to the new census. Comparative
returns are of no value unless they
represent the same territory. We
shall from week to week give in the
American licouoinist the result of
this investigation, together with
tabulated returns by districts lor
We this week give the returns
from the state of Nebraska. It will
be remembered that prior to the
new census Nebraska had but
three congressional districts, now
she has six. From the returns
given below it well be noticed that
three protection republicans were
elected, one' democrat, one people's
independence and one fusion be
tween the democrats and the peo
ple's independent; that the republi
can vote of 1SU2, increased over the
vote o lN'K) by .,'.x;i votes; that the
democratic vote fell olf '.'7,;i.")l voles;
that the people's independent fell
off 1,KS(1 votes, and that the prohibi
tion vote increased TM votes.
It is surprising, considering the
conditions of Nebraska namely.
the rapid increase of the Alliance,
the alleged increase in the demo
cratic strength, and the fact that
the state has a very limited number
of manufacturers feeling the effect
of the protective tariff that a re
sult like this should be main
It is, indeed bopcful hat the re
publicans should increase their
vote, in the face of the increasing
alliance, by ten thousand votes in
two years. It is also hopeful that
free-trade deinocrocy vote should
sliuiiphventy-live thousand in two
f n detail by districts
for the two years (ire us follows:
Keturns for congressional elec
tions for the state of Nebraska,
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VOTE OK IN'.K) IN SAMK t'Ol'XTIKS.
First t'j.o?.' lL'.r.!iti 7.41
Secoiul in,-.' 17,:l7l lmi?) :tl:i
Third ... . ltl.MJ IL'.IV.' 12.4711 ftia
Fourth ... llXxi L'l,4;t) l.:iNt l,73
Fifth 1I.47K L1, 'M l.iilTl 4tw
Sixth t.',8:i 7.KCI lii.Witil LUI
TutulH TL'A'iti m.KU 44.WCI 3.102
In the election of 1 S 11 the demo
crats and people's independence
fuse)! in the fifth congressional
In 1S.KI the democrats and peo
ple's independent fitted in the dis
tricts now known as the Fourth and
ICighty-one scattering votes cast
in the election IStKlare omitied from
WICKED CANNON TESTED.
Last week the government offi
cers took the dynamite cruiser
Vesuvius out at Port Royal S. C.
and gave her guns a trial. In all
twelve were tired six at a range of
2.0II0 yards and six at fifteen hun
dred yards, three guns being fired
in succession. With the exception
of the first two shots fired front the
starboard gun, no shot fell more
than twenty yards distance from
the required range, and every shot
tired would have struck a man of
war at the distance disignated by
the board, There was no difficulty
in working the air guns, to supply
air to the reservoirs nor in control
ing the shells by wind vanes.
This is the only ship and guns of
the kiad in the world, and it is said
that onl)' one shot is enough to
blow up anyjvessel alloat, and even
if the shell fell Ut feet away front
the ship it would be very liable to
M.XNV attractive and timely feat
ures will be comprised in the next
number of Harper's Weekly, pub
lished February 8th. Prominent
among these will be a double-page
illustration, entitled, "The Ice Har
vest," drawn by A. II. Frost; another
story, by JA. Conau Doyle, in the
Sherlock Holmes series, entitled,
"The Adventures of the Yellow
Face," with illustrations; a timely
nrticleon ''The Hawaiian Revolt,"
with several attractive pictures; a
paper on "Havana's New Water
Works," illustrated; an important
article by Walter Camp on "Under
graduate Limitation in College
Sports"; and an article on "Snow
shoes and Snow-shoeing," by Wake
REBELS WILL RULE THE NATION.
The lice trade house is not mak-
inguny eltort to prepare a bill to
repeal the "iniquitous robber tarilf,
but has conlined itself plots to rob
the Til ion soldiers, says the K'egis-
ter. of their well deserved pensions,
The democratic members ol the
committee on appropriations have
decided upon a bill to discontinue
all pension examining boaidsaud
substitute I'D expert surgeons, to be
appointed by the coining copper
head and conscript president, thus
placing the enemies of 1'nion sol
diers in full power against the vet
erans. The copperhead bill also
provides that no widow shall re
ceive a pension under the act of
JV.M unless she married a soldier
prior b 1S70, and that no soldier
shall receive a pension under the
act of 1.H) unless disabled in the
service. The republican members
of the committee are lighting the
bill at every stage. I ' will undoubt
edly pass the present democratic
house, but will be defeated if
brought to a vote in the republican
Semite, i here is not a particle of
doubt, however, Jbut that a a still
more damnable bill will be passed
by the copperhead, conscript and
rebel congress, and be signed by
the copperhead and conscript pres
ident that will come into power on
the 4(h of next .March. The Tnion
soldiers are to lie relegated to the
poor houses in order that the cop-
perhcad, conscript and rebel gov
ernment may have funds to pay off
rebel war claims. All 1'nion sol
dier blood should watch the roll
calls and thus gain the positive
proof that "the grays are" or soon
will be "again on deck" and will
rule the nation.
Mow lireat Ihitaiu ineanu to be
represented at the big naval review
in Heuipton Koads our navy de
department lias not yet learned,
However, should the prince of
ales finally come, the united kin"-.
loin will be represented by her
whole channel squadron, the most
powerful fleet assembled underany
one ting. Under any circumstances
at least six Hritish ships are ex
pocted. At the navy department
it is now said that the United
States force in Heuipton Roads will
include the following war ships:
fl-niuiti-a II. .it: r
...iiiiuioie, san hransci"
Philadelphia; Chicago, Atlantic.
Concord, Bennington tind Vesu
vius, doitble-fnrreted monitor Mian
tonomoh, dispatch, vfssel Dolphin,
tor,ielo boat Cuslr ng, sloops-of-war
Kearstige n. Kssex.aiul trnin
ing ships Constellation, l'orts
mouth and Monongahela. As now
arrangHl, the United States force
will he commanded by Rear Ad
TllK engineers of all of the dif
ferent country's, especially those of
France are turning their eyes to
Africa where the greatest railroad
feat know in the world will soon be
done. From till the important har
bors on the coast, lines of railways
are steadily piercing the interior.
The French government will under
take the construction of a railroad
across the desert of Sahara in the
near future. They have already
built 1.7(10 miles of railroad in Al
geria and now plan to connect the
oasis stretching across the desert
with a narrow gunge railroad. Des
ert railroad building has been
found to tie successful not only in
Asia but in the United States, and
there is a possibility that another
great feat in this line will be
achieved by the French engineers
during the next decade.
TllK Harney Peak tin mine and
mill h ave been closed down for an
indefinite time, and maybe forever,
and for some unknown reason. The
suggestion is that the election is
now over aim mere is not the same
reason for running that existed be
fore. Journal. The mill was not
.. ... I :n . . .......
sunieu mi jecemoer i, i.v.y, a
month after election, they were
started in good faith and clearly
showed that tin existed.in theHlack
Hills and that it could be mined
The mines have been bought up by
Welsh miners for the purpose of
closing them up so as to get the
duty on tin removed and cause the
tin mines across the water to pay
once more and the editor of the
Journal knew it when he penned tin
A MINISTER'S GOOD FORTUNE.
Rev. J. R. Miller, pastor of the
First M K. church of Dig Run, Pa.,
writes the Lafayette, Ind., Kcho as
follows: "Overwork in the ministry
last winter caused me to break
down completely. I treated with
several physicians without relief,
and finally gave up and traveled
eight weeks, doctoring all the time
and came home no better. I then
began the use of Dr. Miles Restora-
tion Nervine, four bottles of which
cured me, and I am now as well as
ever in my life.
OUR FOREIGN TRADE.
T''e government bureau of statis-
tics published reports of the
imports and exports of the country
br the year I.U. It is shown that
total forign trade has changed
mil little since
year of ls'ii. Tin
imports are con-
si'lerably larger, th
ports shewing the
New I hleans
7". '"i, :!.-.'
1 ,1 It.H.ll"
Total f. S
Nearly the entire gain is credited
to New York, which easily main
tains its position as the leading
port of the country. The exports
have fellen oil in the aggregate,
the figures being as follows:
Ports Iv.:. s;,
llalliiiKiie $ I'.i.a.'iMir, $ 7:i,.Vo,vj.-i
Poston Sini.ii71! 'I.T.V.l.il.Vi
Charleston 1 1 ,;;t ,:,;ii LM.'.i (i.07ii
li.il eslon 3.",is,Tii
Xi'wOrli ins I07, iS4,l1l II.-,1IH.I."1
New VnrK iX.hsi ;lN7,lL'.'l.!it;:i
Pliitiulelpiila .. i;il,;il.-.hi) -llt.lil'.'.l'JI
Sim Franci-.co . ;i!,7H.I'i:l 4'.i..m7,k
Saviiimah 11i.:CHi,.f)t Lt'.lrtS.rtl
Total I'. S .. ..S'.HS,l:ii,Kna $'i7ll..iiw,ia!i
This decline is of course attribu
ted to the decreased demand of
American breadstaffs, caused by
improved crops abroad. The bal
ance of trade is still strongly in
our favor. Considering the chang
ed.conditions in the market for
agricultural produce, the value of
exports must be considered re
markable. The whole foreign trade
of the United States, in fact, is in a
most healthy condition, notwith
standing the talk about "tariff
bars" and a "Chinese wall of exclu
sion." We have the freest trade the
nation has ever known. The figures I
prove it. Lincoln Journal,
WHERE WE ARE AT DISAVANTACE.
Kceent events have naturally re
newed attention to the defenseless
condition of this country and the
relative weakness of its naval force.
A prominent naval officer recently
said that in the event of a war with
Ivugland, within thirty houri after
it was declared Charleston, Savan
nah and Ne-;- urlefllia would proba-
piy t)C in ashes, for they fir? tl!18
'eWr.ric.lt,i;,,'1cC ol UuKlru'ui navaj
station of the Bermudas. An ar
mored battle Ship in three days
could Steam up the Deleware and
bombard Philadelphia at her leis
ure. New York is also but three
days from the DenmuLis and Dos-
ton but five days from Halifax. The
Nova Scotian lleet, said this naval
officer, would obligingly stop at
Portland, bombard and burn that
important railroad center, steam to
Hoston, take a shot at Hunker Hill
monument, lay the city in ruins
and proceed down the coast to
Long Island sound. In the mean
time three or four armored battle
ships have sailed up from the
Bermudas, or Si. I.ucian, in the
Karbadocs, and casting anchor out
side of Sandy Hook would blockade
New York. In twenty-four hours
after a declaration of war, contin
ued this naval authority, there
would be no northwestern portion
of the United States. It would be
Hritish possessions. Ksquiniaiilt,
Hritish naval station, is but a few
hours from Seattle and Tacoma.
One gunboat would lay every town
on Puget sound in ruins in two
What would the Vessuvious and
the ram Katahdin just launched at
Hath Maine be doing all this time?
The mere mention of these two
tub botits as some call them are
enough to make the whole Hritish
navy tremble without the assist
ance of our other forty-two ships of
NOTES FROM EXCHANGES.
From tlic Iliiiiner.
Last Monday, Mr. Charles T. Root
Inte of the general merchautdisc
and implement linn of Kdmunds iV
Root departed via Mo. Pac. for
Pheonix, Arizona, to join his "par
ents who preceded him last fall.
The failing health of Mr. Roofs
father compelled him to seek a
warmer climate and as it was not
best to have father and sou's inter
ests so widely separated it was
thought best for Charles to dispose
of his interests in the very lucra
tive business he had largely help
ed to build up in Murray, so that
father and son might unite their in
terests in their new location. We
unite with "our Charles" many
friends in expressing our regrets tit
having to part with so general a
favorite, but we congratulate the
community to which he has gone
on their valuable accession.
("has Norris win a Phittwmouth
visitor Tuesday. Mr. Norris will
start for Arapln-c, Nebr. this week.
Mr. Hiram McDonald is lying
j very low with Typhoid fever at
his home one mile from Murray. We
hope to hear of Mr, McD. complete
recovery in a short tune.
From the Kclni. '.
A bitby was born to Mr. and Mr.-.
Jas. Cunning Wednesday morning, j
A baby girl was born to Mr. and !
Mrs. II. A. Hragg Monday morning.
Mrs. U W. Miller is very sick this ;
week and for a time fears were en
tertained of her recovery.
Mrs. Fred Stevens and son Fred
die of Ueatrice are visiting' her
daughter, Mrs. Henry Hayes.
The school where Miss Agnes
Lackey is teaching near Kagle is
closed this week owing to sickness
among the scholars.
C. Kisenhart was nuried last
Saturday at Plattsmouth. lie will
farm the Aid place next summer
for Mr. Rikli.
Murdock is booming. Her popu
lation has increased since our last
report one more. The young man
will be called Mr. De Ford ?n the
C. Kisenhart traded his property I
here to A. Rikli for a team and I
farming tools. Mr. R. is becoming
quite ti property holder in our city.
Mr. F. Martin of the tfrm of Mar
tin & Tool is looking after his busi
The union Sunday school is do-
ing very well for a beginning, the
attendance litis increased to ait in
three weeks. The time is perma
nently fixed at 2::Woclock, ministers
that intend to preach here must
govern themselves iccordingly. '
Grandpa Rickardson by attending
to his chores in the barn, fell and
received some internal
which are not serious.
A niusicial entertainment is talk.
ed of to be held in the near future
in Murdock something very rare
may be expected, we will give
further particulars later on
Tabiefalk for Fe'burary.
How any one with the ghost of an
appetite, or we might say the ap
petite of a ghost, could read Table
Talk without a hungry longing to
have a practical set-to with some of
its described dishes, is inconceiv
able. As for ourselves, we are free
to conftss,-and, for that matter,
take a certain degree of pride in the
confession-there is nothing thiju,
or ghostly about construction
C. 6ur appetite, albet it may and
does, have a way of vanishing at
the sight improperly prepared food
This, however, js a virtue which,
probably, Table Talk itself would
rather applaud than frown at. At
all events it? teachings hav? ft tcu
dency to make Olli stomach par
ticular, and if that be not a virttfe,
the Table Talk must shoulder the
responsibility. Its preceps are be
coming a very big and potent fac
tor in the running of our house
hold, and ss long as the running
brings comfort and economy, so
long shall we be willing to blow
Table Talk's trumpet; and to blow
it loudly, too, for the especial bene
fit of those unfortunate housewives
who arc us yet plodding along in
the midst of difficulties that with its
aid would be speedly scattered. The
magazine is published monthly by
the Table Talk Publishing Co., 111.1
Chestnut St., Phila. ifl.OO a year;
single copies 10 cents.
To-Night md To-MorrowNighl.
And each day and night during
this week you can get atali drug
gists' a free sample bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for ihe throat and lungs,
the most successful remedy ever
sold for coughs, Croup. Hronchitis,
Whooping Cough, Asthma and
Consumption. Get a bottle today
and keep it always in the house, so
you can check your cold at once.
Price ."iDc, and f 1.
All First-Claas DnMmi8ts.
hrou. present date will keep on
sale the llliportai hast India Hemp
renieilies. Dr. 11. James' prepara-
tion of this- herb on its own soil !
(Calcutta), will positively cure con
sumption, bronchitis, asthma, and
nasal Catarrh, and break up a fresh
cold in 21 hours. $.M per bottle I
or :i bottles for fO). Try it. i
Ckaiumx'K & Co., proprietors.
UK.' Knee street, Philadclpia.
Going Outof Business.
Our stock of dry goods ladiesand
gent's furnished goods, ladies, and
Misses and childrens shoes, and
Kemeinber every article is new,
and the latest style and patteans,
and we have everything, in the line
of fall, winter and summer goods
and the entire stock of merchant
dise will be sold regardless of what
they cost us. If the goods don't
move fast enough we might have
auction sale most any time. The
reason for selling out, we are going
in the wholesale business in Den
ver. Hoston store 1'lattstuonth
Neb. Yours Truly,
It has Just leaked out that "No
Water" is not the true name of that
obstreperous Indian chiefit is sim
ply the way the Indians have of say
ing he is a democrat.
Ill JPtlint the cheapest.
,7,, . , Stricty P""
White Lead is best ; properly applied
it will not scale, chip, chalk, or rub
off; it firmly adheres to the wood and
forms a permanent base for repainting.
Paints which peel or scale have to be
removed by scraping or burning before
satisfactory repainting can be done.
When buying it is important to obtain
properly made. Time has proven that
white lead made by the "Old Dutch"
process of slow corrosion possesses
qualities that cannot be obtained by
any other method of manufacture. This .
process consumes four to six months
nine, uiiu piuuui.es me Dranus mat
have given White Lead its character
as the standard paint.
are standard brands of strictly pure
Lead made by the "Old Dutch" pro
cess. You get the best in buying them.
You can produce any desired color by
tinting these brands of white lead with
National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead
For sale by the most reliable dealersin Paint
If you are going to paint, It will pay you tn
send to us for a book containing information
that may save you many a dollar; it will
only cost you a postal card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD C0.,
1 Broadway, New Yor
St. Louis Branch,
Clark Avenue and Tenth Street.
In Hie district cuiirt of Ciir-n coiiiitv, Xr-
I'aiilina Itnrrett unit
Susan A. liriHikiiin ! KefereeV Sale in
i.-., , . V,s" . ( I'urtitioii,
htliel I). I lew ins. I
I'mler inut ly virtue of n cciniiiiissinn
ilirecteil to us from Hie ilistriit court of
C nssi-ounly. .i-hi a-ka. in n cause therein
IH'iidiiitf wherein the heirs of Snruli I..
Mucker unit their assigns seek purtition
of realty lieloujjiinj to tier estate in t lie
above entitled muse.
U'he undersigned referees will, upon th
ImIi diiv of l ehruarv A. I). 1S!, 1(t the
south door of the court house of Cusm
county, .Nebraska, lit f;:K o'clock p. in. of
wild day. sell to the highest Milder for
CHKh.tlie tollowini described real estate,
The north half of the southeast quarter
of section twenty two I'JJI in township ten
...'.""'v ,"f r,:"lt4L' f'l'veti 111) in Cass
Said sale will remain open for one hour.
K. l. Wor coTi .
OKo, 11, Wwiks
HVKON I'l.ARK, T. M, liOWAk'D.
Attorney lor Action. h'elerees.
Dated this lllb day of January A. 1). Itf.tf.
t'ndi-r anil by virtue of an execution is.
toied by V. II. 1 learin;,', clerk of the dis.
tnct court of Cass count v. .Nebraska, in
favor of the First .ationai Hank of I'Mtt
mouth mid nuainst (ieorKeS. Hillings and
Adeline Hillings and nuuiust William
I lirhe lis sure! v. n li!, li i.,.1 ... .1...
I..,, , . ........ llllKltl fjl inf.
.Uh clay 1 of September, IMrj, j,s duly tranu
Crmted to ?il , district court, lu J"!i?l
Mipniitlie following desrroiei" ri-ui estate-
tiHine property or the said George S. !'
linics and Adeline Hillings, tow it: com
mencing at a point KIN and 7-10 feet west of
these corner of the ssv quarter of the sw
quarter of section K township 12, raiiKe 14
east and in south line of the sv quarter
thence west Jl and Udl) feet, t hence north
.! feet thence east l'1 and S lu feet
t hence south '':i feet to plac.
of ln'u'in tiitiLT : also coiiiiiienciiiu
at a point lus feet uyviji uf the e
cor," ;vl rnriTVmtut'.Tvi l,S w ounrtT
Section Is tow usliip I'.'.raiiKt'tt t hence we C
Mi feet to place of Iw'itiuiiijj, thence West
l"1 feet tl ce north 1:iS feet, thence east yi)
feet, thence south liwfeet to the place of be
Kinnhijr know n as a part of lot 17, section
Ii, town IJ. ratine II contaiiiiiitf two houses
Alsocoiiiineiiciii at a point '.'0 feet west -ot
the northeast corner of lot 12, section IS
township l!4. ninne U east. thence riinninir
south r.7 feet to the place of hcniniiiiiK,
thence south lul feet, thence west to west
line ol said lot 12. thence north 121 feet,
thence east to place of hej.'ilininN', know 11
as a part of lot 12, section 1 township u,
ranue M.coutaiiiiutc two houses; also com
menciiiuat the southwest corner of sec
tion is, tow usliip 12, riinite 14 east, thence
run n inn east 1" rods, thence north 24 rods
toplarwof heKiunitiir. thence east till feet,
thence north .117 feet to place (of lieKin
iiuiK, thence north 7!i feet, thence west till
feet, thence south 7)1 feet, thence
east l feet i place of bci;iii
niiiK, coiitaiuiui; one house, and I will on
the l lth day of 1'elu uarv. Ivill, at ID o'clok
u. in. of said dav at the front door of the
court house in said count v, in Platts
uiouth, sell -iiiil real estate at public uuc
tlon to the highest bidder for cash to sat
isty said - execution, the amount Jdue
thereon hcint; the sum of iHiii.llS, with ten
tier cent interest from September "th, tHirj,
$t!.W costs, ami accruiiin costs
j. i. r.Kfn.
Coroner Cass Count v, .Nebraska.
Hated January llth, is:i:.
Notice Is hereby ;iven that the annual
mcctiiitf of the stockholders of the Uur
liiiL'tou and Missouri Kiver K. K. company
1u .Nebraska w ill be held at I lie office of
the company in I'lattsuioiith, .Nebraska,
on Thnrsday,tlie2:id day of l-'ebruarv, iswi,
lit .') o'clock II. 111. I'll timr is li.'.l.l r..r
J the election of nine directors of thecoiu
, puny to serve during t he ensuing veur unit
ot i in- iiioisiici ion oi any oilier nusmess
that ina v legally come before the uieetiui;
Siune.l, W. J. I.Aim.
11 ""y uoncBrn'
T A I . f k A 1, ft.. f
,,., Ve ti.ed wnh the villaue clerk of
the villaue of I nion, .Nebraska, their up-
plicution for a dniKist permit to sell malt
l'f ''"''" vinnunllquoa for medicinal
mechanical and rhemica! purposes in the
illume of t'nioii, Nebraska.
I NION DWCt; CO.,
Per C. K. Davis.
it is msj to stral or ring watchei from the
pocket. The thief gets the witch in one
hand, the chain in the other and gives a
short, quick jerk the ring slips off the
watch stem, and away goes the wtcb, leav
ing the victim only the chain.
This idea stopped
that little game:
The bow has groove
on each end. A collar
runt down inside the
pendant (stem) and
fits into the froovea,
firmly locking tht
bow to the pendant,
so that it cannot be
pulled or twisted oft
Sold by all watch dealers, without jhr
cost, on Jas. Boss Filled and oilier WK
case containing this trade mark
Ask your jeweler for pamphlet.
Keystone Watch Case Co.,
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