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PLATTSMOUTII, NEW., .JANUARY f, 1893.
VOL. VI. NO. 7.
Kvll-nt Tlmt A mi'XHl ion In CkIiiIiik Fa
vor IJtTortH of Kuropn to IIkiii-iiiIxt
(likiiit AIIh It Ailvot'Utt'H, Itut. tin
Vole Will Itn Vlunn in Any Kk-iiI -OtllT
Nl'HH ,l 'H.
Washington, ,l;in. 2. Tim prcvail
inyr fo:li nj- amount minatora is that
vt;ry litllo legislation will b; at
tempted during the present vv;k.
The fact that conjjr!ss will not icrmi
vono until WedriiHrlny will in-ohahly
l).3 taken by tho absentees to mean
nothirii; will bo attempted until the
following work, and a const q neneo it
id doubtful whether thero will be a
quorum present in the- senate on Wed
nesday, in wliieh event there will
probably bo an early adjournment un
til the following day and then an :id
joiiriiinorit until Monday. In any
event it is not proable that any im
portant questions will be raised dur
ing the week.
Among the questions which will en
gage early attention ate:
The Hawaiian annexation question,
the claim of Mr. Cor belt to a seat in
the senate from Oregon, tho immigra
tion and the financial question. It is
not believed that thero will be any
serious antagonism to tho immigra
tion bill, but thero may be consider
able timo consumed in speeches upon
tho question. It is probablo that Sen
ator IJ.ivis, chairman of the committee
on foreign relations, will make an ef
fort during tho present week to have
a day lixed for taking up tho annex
ation treaty and there is no apprehen
sion of any objection to naming a day
in tho early future. Tho plan of the
supporters of tho treaty is to take the
question up in executive session on a
resolution of ratification and to debate
the troaty for a few days in executive
session pursuing this course long
enough to determine their strength
and commit those who profess to be
A louut of Nose.
If they find that they have the
necessary t wo-thirds to secure ratifi
cation they will pass on to the end,
but if they discover themselves to be
deficient in voting strength they will
change tho policy and take up the
question of annexation on Senator
Morgan's resolution to that end.
There is no doubt that a resolution of
this kind ean bo missed if a vote can
Tho present indications are that the
treaty as such will fail of ratification
by from two to six votes, but friends
of tho agreement have by no means
lost hopo that they will succeed in
securing the entire sixty votes neees;
sary to ratify. The circumstance which
has done most to improve the chances
of the treaty is tho conduct of the
European powers in apparently pie
paring for the partition of China.
Many senators feel that this is an
event which eails for prompt action
on the part of this country in the Ha
waiian matter, and there is no deny
ing that this view has made some im
pression upon senators who have here
tofore been classed as doubtful.
Tho promised explanation by Sena
tor Wolcott of tho results of hid bi
metallic mission to Europe is ex
pected, when made, to open tho dis
cussion of the attitude of the adminis
tration on the siUer question, and the
debate may even be sprung in ad
vance of his speech. The pronounced
free silver advocates are determined
to secure a test vote during the session
on the bilver question, and Senator
Teller has decided to introduce the
Stanley Matthews resolution of the
Forty-fifth congress, declaring for the
payment of bonds in silver, with this
end in view.
Mr. Wolcott does not expect to be
able to present his statement before
tho 15th of the month.
OVEU THE STATE.
Ew ing reports not a single vacant
residence in town.
The Heaver City Times starts on its
twenty-fourth year with the last issue.
Two thousand head of cattlo were
unloaded at Ewing in ono week. They
are to bo wintered in that vicinity.
Prosperity has struck tho Madison
Star, populist, sufficiently to warrant
it in purchasing a new and larger
T. J. Bennett and wife of Stanton
were seriously ill for a few days as a
result of inhaling gas from a hard
Depredations among cattle by wolves
are reported from the south divide, in
Kimball ceunty, which has heretofore
been tolerably free from pests. S. A.
Prescott has sustained some losses.
George Douglas and son were in
Alliance last Wednesday afternoon
with about the finest lot of game that
has gladdened the eyos of a Nimrod in
that vicinity for many moons. Thero
were five deer, fifty or more grouse
and a dozen jack rabbits, that he said
were secured within a week along tho
bluffs of tne North Platte river. Three
of the deer were found in a bunch and
killed about aa fast as he could pump
J. II. McKiunon and Harvey Wal
dron were in town from Greenwood
Senate Promises to Olvc the
anders Early Attention.
liur. I, t-tt Wiped Out.
Wkkimno Watkk, Neb., Jan. 2.
The year of 1 8118 was ushered in yes
terday as a day of special rejoicing
for the Congregational ists of this
place, H they c deb ated tho payment
of the la-t dollar of tho debt on their
fine eh urch ed i lieu he-re. The whole
debt amounted to something I i ke V-'.,-000
and the evidences of tl.e debt
were cancelled and then hurried in
front of the alter in the presence of a
largo congregation of people, and
with appropriate i'i-r. monies. In ti e
afternoon din nee was served i.i the
church dinning room to about .'J' Hi
peopl", after which the annua' roll
call w;is had. The pay merit of ! lie
debt on this church leaves one, i,f the
tastiest churches in tho state f . e
from debt, and tin) new pallor, llcv.
liar neford, formerly of Aurora, starts
in his pastorate here under
THE IMPERIAL QUARTET.
i iii iu kmuci ainjiknt mm. iii. v
kn.ioyi i) m;w m; vi: s i. i:
rloliu I re.lirlik .Mull, An Karly Settler
of t its (aunty, I'awsi H to the Oilier
World Ot lirr News Items.
The concert given by the "Im
perials'' on New Years eve at the
Presbyterian church was weii attended
notwithstanding tho numerous other
attractions on that evening. It was
ono of tho very best entertainments of
the season. Mrs. Cowan, the pianist
and accompanist, i a most skillful
performer, and possesses a graceful
stage presence as well as an intelli
gent in terpretation of the high class
of music in her extensive repertoire.
Messrs. Parks, Tout, Cowan and Boat
man are artists in their respective
lines, and called forth vigorous en
cores, both in solo and part songs.
Tho instrumental music was line,
and the soloists could not complain of
lack of enthusiasm on the part of the
audience. Should this company visit
our city again, wo predict si full house
and a hearty welcome wi.l greet
them, as their merits deserve.
Dentli of an Karly Settler.
About 4 p. m. Saturday, Januar y 1,
at his home northwest "of town, John
Frederick Slull passed to tho other
world after a brief illness with pneu
monia. He would have been sixty
seven years old in May next, and tl.e
most of his life was spnt here in this
eountj whore he removed in V9. He
was born in Germany.
The deceased leaves a wife and live
children, ail grown, to mourn his
The funeral took place tit 2 o'clock
this afternoon, and hundreds of
people paid their last respects by at
tending. OVERLAND TO THE YUKON RIVER
A FeiiHitlile Koute Reported With a Start
Spokane, Wah., Jan. 2. John M.
Campbell, a well-known bicycle rider,
has just returned from a micUrTn ler
horseback ride over the overland
route from Spokane to i e.-lin lake, the
source of the Yukon. lies "id touay.
"It is the only safe and easy route t
the Klondike." He went a few miles
beyond Hazleton, about l,0bl) miles
from this cityind wit-hin o"0 nule-.
of Teslin lake. - His companim, Lett
Miller-, of Seattle, remained at Il i.ei
ton and will push, through to the
Stewar t river- country as suori as the
snow naruens sutncientiy for ueg
Mr. Campbell says the route tra
verses an open, undulating country
tho entire distance, with no severe
grades at any point. At Hazleton' lie
conversed with men who came in from
the Teslin 1 ike country, and they re
port the trail open over that part of
the route. Some of them have been
packing and driving cattlo over it for
fifteen years, and arrangements have
been made to take 7,0O(J head of cattle.
over this route in tho spring. Camp
bell savs there is good srazlnir over
the entire route and abundance of
wood and water. Between Qje?noile
and Ilazelton he met Indians forcing
in from Port George, who reported
rich strikes on the Salmon river, the
returns being to tho pan. The
route for a long distance follows the
old telegraph trail cut oat bv the
Western Union. Much of the wire is
still thero, though the Indians have
taken most of it. They use it for fenc
ing, to tie the ends of their snow shoes
and make nails.
M. K. Sunday School Flection.
The following is a list of the now of
ficers of the M. E. Sunday school for
the coming year:
Superintendent C. C. We.-cott.
Asst. Sapt. S. A. Divjs.
Secr et lry W ill LJo.ieh.
Treasuier Margaret Mapos.
Librar ian Addio Smith.
Asst. Librai iaos l irdella ' Smith
aud Harley Campbell.
Chorister Mrs. A. P. Campbell.
Organist Miss Jennie Anthony.
The Kpworth League .leetlusj.
Tho Epworth league meeting New
Year's eve at the home of C. K. Wrs-
cott proved one of the most enjoyable ' K' ,( " 'l:
v - .u. .Jr,t.tc, '.iinair,, .eb.
ever ueiu. jvi bt;r ino iransucuou oi
business and discussion of choice re
freshments, Mr Wescott took the en
tire party, of over .eighty, to hear the
Imperial Quartette at the p( es-wjii j
tan church. 1 he happy .IpA'g gener-
long remember Mr. "
i-njiuciii LiHciy iu I'd i lion ui pa
role James Mclntyre.
lie Was Onei- it 1'owt-r In 1'olit m-m, Hut I
Now it Coiivlt't Srrvril l llil i'lmrru
livc Ti-ritiM in tlx; low it I.nisl;it lire
('lis mill IIihiiih In tlit- I. iff of it I tit ii
ker Other Nm.
CilirAuo, .Ian. .lames S. Mcln
tiro. who was sf-nt to the house of eor
ectKui at Metroii, Mieh., six weeks
or- two months ; g , to si r v: a sen ten ee
of on-: j ear, will it 1-. said, be paroled
or pardoned by I're-ident McKiniey
wi thin the week .
Melntyro w..s tried and convicted
I before Judge G i o.-m up in Chicago f
u.ili.g the Unit- tl States mails to llo.it
debenture bonds, the product ol a
company oreaaized at Ciarinda, la.
and sa.d to have been chartered and
incorporated under- the -iw of that
state. Ail eit, the. courts l eided that
the class of p.ipcr uttered ny him was
oi lire ! ili;v Kind and tlu.relore
Twenty year's aero Melniyie was a
man of great prominence in Iowa, lie
located in Ciarinda at aa early day
and engageJ in the b.iiikiny bu.-mess.
i ti t his penchant Tor politics wrecked
him. In I S'if lie was elected to the
stato l'.'gis.atiiro from his county,
serving eight consecutive terms, al
ternating between the house aiid sen
ate, lie became involved with the
lobby that infested tho capitol of
Iowa during the- legislative sessions
of his time :nd and tiiis wrought his
downfall. lit! was shrewd, subtle,
cunning and hard to defeat at the
polls, even after his cou.-li t u toncy
found him out. I)e-pite his money,
however, lie was defeated in 1S78,
when he removed to Hastings, Neb.,
where he again engaged in banking
and sought t js-'inp into political
prominence. Neb.-askans would not
have it, and he was defeated iu his ef
fort t o r. aeii the legi.-ialiire. Still he
left his sting, feu- his hanking- venture
failtd and a large number of confiding
depositors were caught.
Mrlntyro's most erratic career be
gan in bS!)C. , Impoverished in wealth
and character, tie nought a new field
for "labor. Going to Alabama with
I).-. ISowoti of that state", lie founded
the, Gideonito order, a cog in the p:p-uli.-tic
wheel. Tnis society was of
secret character and was built upon
the traditions of Gideon of Uible
fame, Mclntyre sought to organize a
political society in bands of ten and
chapters of ;$i:0,in eacli congressional
district of each state, for the purpose
of waging war ui;on the pirtv in
power. In a word, transposition was
to occur in the democratic south and
republican north. So successful was
this initial effort thut tho Kalbites in
Alabama won their first and only
Mclntyre then made an effort to
lodge tne order in every city of the
land. In 8')2 lie had a membership
of over ' -',0b0 in Chicago alono and a
footho'.'J in fet. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cir.n..ti, Pittsburg and other cities.
During that memorable campaign the
cloven fot manifested itself. He un
dertook to seil the vole of his follow
ers, chiefly labor, outright, and it
would not uown. His Chicago exper
ience in this line almost cost him his
liberty and he then went into the
debentu-e bond business with there
LUETGERT ASKS FOR DISCHARGE.
; a ry
l'roiuprly Overrules the
Cui;o, Jan. o. In the Luetgert,
ease today Lawyer Harmon forth.'
defense entered a motion that the
e ;se be tak- n from the jury rnd Luet
gert re'ea-v.d on tho ground that the
'brief se.-sion of court on New Year's
day was illegal. Tho motion was at
on co overruled by Judge Gary. The
evidence tauen at the Saturday session
having been object-'d to on that day,
the trial proceeded.
Police Inspector Scha nek has made
a verbal oiler i i' ?'2", hi '.-. r pproval
real estate to any pertoa pi educing
Mrs. Luetgert dead or alive. Attor
ney Harmon of the defense has com
plained that he is only prevented
from producing Mrs. Luetgert b- a
nek of funds, and Inspector Schaack,
it is said, chess this method of re
joinder. He also hopes to thus put a
quietus on tho reports fi oaa vat ious
parts of the country that Mrs. Luet
gert has been discovered.
K loiidy ke.
What de.' s it cost to get tnei'o V
W l'ri ai'Vr how shou'd or.e go V What
s!.o--,'d ' one tal.e '. Wt.c.-o are the
in i nes
s' ri Ke
1 1 o w
havo thoy pro
r.tiful . What
' ' vio r expe::s! v-.-.
i IS WO!
are i) ?
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Xo 1 1 1 e ;; 'ove C u.
n ttie 15. ; i-. .' ng i. hi ;
tl v ke Poltle-,'
malion an t an ep-'o-date map ctf
Alaska and tiie Kl-'ndyke. Proe at
Iar.'::;go.i ro.o t'ciic: o'!1"ee o scnl
ia -, e pi o: :o
cents in -tamps by
Pas. Agt. Hi'.i-Lr.gton
A Choice I Srnd of flour on
The Clover, nit(, ,u,a manufactU! ed
sa'fti'e new Weeping Water Milling
conipauy is extra nice. Call at White's
ana leave your order for a sack of it
land after t . 1 you use
KISSED HER ON A BET.
fihe Wa a Solvation I.iishIi-; lie. Her IIn
bind-Trveli..K Men Didn't KowTI.t.
A clever trick was worked by Walter
Redmond and his wile at Union station
bv which several traveling men were
duped out of their money. At tho end
of a long seat in the waiting room was day at the Methodist church, and
a pretty and modest looking young wo- Friday and Saturday at tho Pr.-sby-niuu
attired in a Salvation Army uni- teriai. . hurctr. All aro invited tout
form. She was very intent upon a pa- . , . ,, ,.
.... J ,. . ' ;. , tend the-e meetings,
per which she was reading and paid lit- ,,, ,
!,. ..44.....; ...i i . 4 J uo-d.ty, January I. 1 ne I 'hurt h
iiu tnn uiion iu ine tiou oi ll.lVLllllg
men standing near her.
Asido from tlio crowil n woll
dressetl young man, who was- walking
hack atrd forth by tho liewsstantl pull
ing away at a fragrant cigar. Finally a
member of the crowd of traveling ineri
remarked upon tho beauty of the little
Salvation Army worker. All eyes were
fixed on tho little woman, and she re
ceived many compliments. The prosper
ous looking young man who h.nl been
walking near the group of drummers
drew near to the crowd. He, too, was
t-truck with the appearance of the wo
man. "I'll give any one of yen fellows $15
if you kiss that gill," said he.
Those in the crowd took the dare.
One spoke up, however, ami said to the
tstranger who had (illiivil tho money,
"I'll bet you $20 that you can't kiss
The stranger hesitated for several sec
onds and t hen said :
"I'll just take that bet."
The mom y was put up, ami tho
stranger, who hail given his name as
Walter Ueiimoiitl, walked over toward
tho little woman in uniform, and, after
Lowing profoundly, took a .seat by her
At first the woman s cnted to ho very
indignant, ami the traveling man
thought he had the $20 won. A minute
later, however, Redmond's arm stole
arovml tho woman's waist. The specta
tors then began to open their eyes wide.
One of them said: "That fellow has a
whole lot of influence over that girl. It
may be that he is a hypnotist." Red
mond tallied for probably two minutes
and then kissed the woman.
Redmond walked over to the stake
holder ami received his money. He then
started from tho depot. The little wo
man quickly aroso from her seat, and,
taking his arm, walked to Ninth aud
Uroadway, where the couple took an
East Uroadway car. Redmond is tall
and handsome. His wifo is a blond
ami is except ionaMy pretty. Louisville
A HINT TO ARTISTS.
One Way of I'uttinjj Rejected Kxhibit to
They were riding on tho Fourteenth
street oars and their conversation was
edifying. Tho man with tlio long h.ir
was evidently a sculptor, and his com
panion, a large, 30JJV looking; leitow,
was trying to persuade him to present a
Work of art to some society woman who
had a mania for collecting Lric-a-Lrac
and articles of vertu.
"I told her that yon would, I thought,
in time present her with some memen
to, a statuette illustrating your peculiar
style. Was I wrong in saying so?"
The sculptor answered indignantly:
"I know her value of art, and I tell you
she cannot distinguish between manu
factured trinkets and works of art. In
fact, sho thinks all artists are manufac
turers and can turn out statuettes as
easily as tho rich stove ornament man
who pave her a nickel plated mule.
Then, too, a brass fixture artist gave
her something from tlio brass foundry,
and she thought it great. Never, in my
judgnifnt, could sho appreciate a true
work of art. ' '
"Thou you refuse to givo her a sam
ple of your work? Remember, sho has
great influence. "
"I do not refuse. I'll givo her that
model in plaster of paris which M as re
fused by tho committee last mouth. She
will think it great, whether or not the
committee did. "
"Good! L'ho will think it magnifi
contandpet you an order. " New York
A Dramatic Assaswi nation.
By far the most dramatic royal assas
sination was that of the Emperor Paul
of Russia on March 24, 1S01, by his
nobles. As usual Paul hail retired to
rest booted and spurred and in his regi
mentals. At the dead of night ho was
awakened by an unusual noise. Tho
hussar who guarded his chamber door
the only faithful sentry, as it proved,
in the palace was being killed by nine
nobles. They hurst into the room and
began to attack the emperor. Paul hid
behind chairs and tables and begged for
his life. He offered to make each of his
assailants a prince. He offered to abdi
cate in vain. Then bo made a wild dash
for the window, fearfully gashing him
self, but he was dragged Lack. He
seized a chair aud for some time kept
the nine of them at bay, and only after
terrific struggles was he seized arid
strangled with his own sash.
"Isn't your fathtr of rather a retir
ing disposition?" asked the young man
caller whose chief weakness is to stay
"Yes," she answered demurely, "he
retires at 10 and insists that the house
be closed within half an hour of that
time." Detroit Free Press.
"I don't quite catch tho drift of your
remarks, " said tho girl who willfully
"I think I do of yours, "said the
young man who had been trying to pro
pose. "It is something in the nature of
a snowdrift." Cincinnati Enquirer.
r . , , j "S 00,000
It is estimated that -France make
farmers .fljg' by the manufacture of
More than a, 000 obelisks, in position
(r fallen, are known to exist in Egypt-
Ojters soil Luiieh.
ers in every style, and nic-
lunch at Holloways. in
bloc.; Sj.hl"s old ctaud.
HOLD UNION SERVICES THIS WEEK
ToicH MiKKt'il Kr the Wfik It;,- tin-
I Kvi.uKelieHl AlllHi.ee.
l':on services will be held in this
l" il.v Momlay and Tuesday in the Chris-
tian churcii: Wednesday mid Th - ris
iLmversai. Prayer: That clea; er and
i tiighel- vi
ws of tlm spiri'ual na
; church, as reveaieit in
i t ure of tl
t no Nt
w Testament, may prevail; that
believers l".''.V ield tie tils, -ivts
who.ly to the I.oril, and through the
in llucncc of the Holy Chost, grow in
tin; spiritual life: that ail ministers ol
the gospel may be filled with the
-pirit of Christ; and that true unity
and fellowship may bo deepened and
Wednesday, January o. Nations
and their rulers. I'rayer: That all
in au'hority may recognize their res
ponsibility to Cod the King-, and may
l.avo wirtlom and courage for right
eousness in council and government;
that the Lord 's day may be reverenced :
that injusl ieo, intemperance anil per
secution may cease; and that forbear-'
a nee, peaco anu b otlierhootl may he
cultivated by all peoples.
Thursday, J iriu try . Families and
si-hools. FraNer: That in Ch ristian
households family prayer may bo
maintained; that tho sacred ness of
tins marriage tie may bo universally
recognized; that homo life may ho '
IMIre : 1 11,1 bivimr- lh:i.t. fhe I n i inr in
the family, in schools, colleges "and
universities may be iu the knowledge
of Holy Scripture, and with a view to
th-s cimseci ated Christian life.
Friday, January 7. Foreign Mis
sions. I 'raise: For tho growth and
development of the missionary spirit
tlurine this century, and for groat re
vivals aaiid persecutions in China and
other parts of tho mission held.
Saturday, January S. Homo Mis
sions. I'rayer: That Christian peo
ple may bo led to greater personal
ell'.. rt, on behalf of tho spiritual wel
faie of their neighbors and fellow
countrymen: that blessings may ac
company the work of Homo Missionary
societie-, of city missions, and of
laborers among special classes; that
Cod's, ancient people may be brought
into the fold of Christ.
"ot Our Lome
Ton: 1'annele of Louisville was iu
town today and thinks we were wast
ing our sympathy on tho wrong man,
as tho Eiekhnir in the bank failure at
Fl It" no was a not!, or person. L. C.
FickholT is interested in a hotel and in
farm lards at Hennes-ey, near Kl
llr-nti. but lie has p'.onty of means and
su'feis no shortage.
HarKiiiiiM In Fine Hot;.
Thoroughly ed i'oland China male
hogs, eight months old, for sale. Call
on or jiddiess J. C. Hichey, I'iatts
I'.v i i t tie
F, 11 -i-.isf
an i Pa' (.;e
IVCtel. I V.
nl na onler tit vale issued by (Jennie
rtii. c :ef o! the if -ti :ci court, uitliin
- eou.itv. Nei.-r.-ka. mill to me di
:: oi: tiie 5th .la . ol February, A.
;t II i muck h. hi. ! sa.t day at the
-". 'i .i (! ii" "I -.he court imu-e in I he t. a v of l';atts-m-itr.n.
11 s.:.'i county, scl: at iuo:.c jtut tion, to
the h n:.e-; i. kier lor cash, tne luilowing real
est;. '. e. t - . I :
l ot one i.ii in the northeast quarter of the
Southwest quarter of section thirteen (i:t) in
town hip e'eea t-1) ratine thirteen in Cibs
cou;;tv. ebraka. an.J containing t rt'enty seven
e.'T ami .!-. ml acres: also l.,t two rj. in the- south
east quarter cf the south we t quarter of the sa;.
-t.-.. lion rlerteen il:, and containing si-ven 1T1
aii'i Tl-lui acres, a total in both of sail lots of
thirty-live i --"' and and :i acres, all in (lass
countv. .N elraska. toyi-ther with the jirivilejres
and appurtenances thereunto belonirinij or in
auyu is.: appertaining . 1 lie same benm levied
upon and taken as the property of Richmond
( .00.! and l.niiiy J. ( iood. delendants: to satisfy
a itid .rnient of said Court recovered by Samuel
Wan has executor of the last will and testa
ment o! John Black, deceased, plaintill: against
I'latt.-nioutri, Nebraska. Ian. 4. A. D. 1 '.'-.
I i AK VhV H. 'WAV.
Sherilt, Cass County, -Nebraska.
In county court. Cass countv. Nebraska. In
die matter oi the estate of Kmilia Wurl. tie
ceased. lieriha I.anse, Henrich .Mitteista.it.
Cai Mittoir taat. Wnhe'.m M ittelstadt. Bern
hardt Wurl. Richard War! Augusts Martens
and al! other persons interested in said matter,
are hereby notdied that mi the 'Md day of Jan
uary. A. I). 1 si's, a petition was fiiod in said
court a'.!t K''"S. anion;; other things, that Kmilia
Wurl died on the sth day of iJecember. A. U.
Is'.iV, leavii'i a last will and testament and po
s?ssed ol real and personal estate and that the
above named Constitute a. 1 the persons interested
In the estate of said deceased, and praying lor
the probate of atd will and for administration of
said estate. Vuu are hereby notified that if you
fad to appear at said court on the -'.".th day of
January A. I). 11'. at o'clock a in., to contest
the probate of said will, the court may allow and
proi.ate said wiil and grant administration of
said estate to Henry Martens and John Buttery,
or some other suitable persuii, and proceed to a
W itness my hand and the seal of said county
court at 1'lattsinouth. Nebraska, this the 3rd day
of January 1st".
VtalJ George M. ?h rlo:k,
By virtue of an execution issued by George
F. Ilouseworth, cleik of the district court within
and for Cass countv. Nebraska, and to me di
n cted. I will on the I'-'rh dav ol lrebruarv. A. I),
l-s'.'s. at 11 o'clocit a. m. of -aid day at the south
door of the court house in the city of Biatts
niouth. in said county sell at pubiic auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, the following real
estate. to-w :t:
J be southwest quarter of section 11, town 1 1,
ratine l'i, excent " aud l'.'-l o acres, being Omaha
Southern Raiiroad right-of-way; the southeast
quarter of tne northwest quarter ot section 1'-',
Eov.n 1 1. range 13. except one acre of ceT-4--,':
beginning at the north side of seciio ", IO'"
range in. at a point on the --; '" o' the Om
aha Southern Kailr V r.ht-of -way. where said
right-cf-w.iv l"e "-.rth Hue of said sec-
u--- ti-- - "-"'y-ug est 516 feet to the north
v r:'er ul trie northwest quarter of section
11. tnence south a.ong the section line to the
sovthwest Comer of the northwest quarter
tne-ice east sin feet to the Omaha Southern
Railroad rlght-ol-vvay. thence north a little to the
west along said railroad right-of-wav to the
p. ace of starting, containing 41 and 13-33 acres
more or less, it being that part of the northwest
quarter of section 11, town 11. range 13 lvine
west of the Omaha raiiroad right-ol-w av, all in
Cass county, Nebraska, together with the
privileges and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing or in anywise appurtaining. 'the same being
!e.:ed upon and taken as the property of F. M
. uui.H""." i-r. i iiumu, ei ai., defendants: to
"Vi - a Juasinient oi said court recovered by C
J. ..lartin. plaint irf. against sa d defendants
i lattsniouth, Nebraska. Jan. 4, A, I)., W.
bherirf Cass County, ebraska
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We have a full Stock of everything
in this line for the Holiday trade.
Also the largest stock of Silver Nov
elties in the city; prices, from 25c up.
You are requested to look to your
own interest and inspect this stock
before you buy. Will guarantee the
goods and the prices to suit you. We
warrant all goods to be first-class.
Watch and Jewelry repairing a
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JOHN T. C0LEHAN,
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e v e r y t h i n g u s ually fou nd i n a first-class
Dry Goods store will be found at
Also a Full Line of Standard and Fancy
Groceries, Queensware and
We pay no rents, orexpensive clerk
hire and give our customers the bene
fit of Low prices.
1 Call and See
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jIC.-T rl-r-i fr We-lJinff?, Fui.-rals or Pieasuro I'a.-tics, etc.
:-.iiendei to promptly. Ternia rensonaole. Cas i preferred
rales J eiepnone i b.
N. B- W. D. Joes auctioneer all
Is the Place to Buy
CANON CITY COAL,
And All Grades of Wood.
Hay, Corn, Oats and All Kinds of Feed
Constantly on I land
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Goods, and Notions
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kinds of goods and farm
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