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CHASING REBEL CABINET
Law ton Welievcd to Have Uun
Tliem Into the Mountains.
Campalfo la Severe on the American
Troops Officers and Hen Reported to
Be Murchlim On Hair Naked, Subsist
ing On the Country Court to Fix
Klame for Loss of Charleston.
Manila, Nov. 21.-6:05 p. m. The
whereabouts of Generals La ton and
Young- is becoming as mysterious as
Aguinaldo'g. The belief is beginning
to grow at Manila that General Law-
ton has struck the trail of the insur
gent "government," and is pursuing
the ministers into the Binqua moun
tains. Tt has been his ambition to
capture the Filipino loaders and he
and General Young believe that a
cavalry brigade,li ving on the country,
could run them down toanypaitof
One vague report brought by Span
ish prisoner., is that Aguinaldo and
others were nearly turrounded by
Americans soon after iho insurgent
chief left Tarlac, but he ebdped
through the lines in peasant's clothes.
Oftirers and soldiers arriving at
Cabanatuan from General Lawton's
force describe the campaign as one of
great hardships Many men dropping
.ut sick wore left at various towns
without f dequate supplies and attend
ance, some of them making their way
back across lte terrible roads.
A number of horses were dying and
many of the soldiers and eveu some of
the officers were inarching on, half
naked, their clothes having been torn
to pieces in getting through the jun
gles. Some of them were reduced al
most to breechclouts and hundreds
were barefooted, their shoes being
worn out, and all were living on any
sort of provisions. Bread was rare
and caribou meat and bananas were
General Lnwton foresaw that the
campaign would involve such hard
ships, but he considered it the quick
est and cheapest way of ending the
The last number of the Independen
cia, published at Tarlac, the day be
fore the Americans entered the place,
contains a despondent valedictory en
titled "Adieu!" The tone of the arti
cle showed that the writer considered
the game was played out. He said:
"Obliged by circumstances, we have
found it necessary to interrupt with
this number the pleasant labor of de
fending our ideals ana interests. We
take leave of the public and our read
ers with grief most profound and bit
terness most cruel."
The paper also contains "news" il
lustrating in what a Munchausen
world the Filipino leaders have tried
to keep the people. A Washington
dispatch, dated September 14, de
scribed Senator Hoar as opposing the
McEnery resolution in the senate that
Court to fix the Blame.
Manila, Nov. 21.-5:40 p. m. A
court of inquiry will be appointed to
inquire into the loss of the Charleston
and any subsequent action will depend
upon the fixing of the l-esponsibility
for the disaster, which is dependent
on the court's findings.
The United States gunboat Helena
arrived at Cam tguin during the night
of November 12. The watchers of the
wrecked cruiser eaw its lights and
thought there was a fire upon a nearby
island, whereupon they began to take
steps to help those endangered, but as
the searchlights of the Helena com
municated its presence, the village
where the men of the Charleston were
located rang with cheers. A parly
from the Helena and Charleston vis
ited the stranded vessel November 13.
It was found that the bows were clear
and the aft bridge submerged, making
it doubtful whether anything can be
salvaged. The Helena left for Kimpi
guin November 14, but heavy weather
obliged it to return to C.tmtguin for
shelter until the 19ih. It signaled the
Baltimore at Lingayen last night.
The crew of the Charleston first
landed on a small island near a town.
Dot knowing what kind of a reception
they would meet from the natives.
Whon the Americans learned the
natives were friendly they occupied
tho town's nipa huts and the inhabi
tants supplied them with beeves, rice
and fruits. In o-der to guard against
possible attack from the mainland, de
tachments of the Charleston's crew pa
trolled the island and a post was es
tablished on a bill.
A few of the men experienced slight
attacks of fever, owing to exposure.
The Zambalese coast is carefullv pa
trolled by war ships in order to pre
vent the escape of Aguinaldo.
It is believed the Baltimore has
proceeded north to receive the Amer
ican prisoners from the Filipinos.
A Pleasant Tarty.
From Wednesday's Dally
Id spite of the inclement weather of
last evening a large party of young
people assembled at the home of Jes
sie Rhoades to help that young lady
celebrate her eleventh birthday in a
way that will long be remembered.
The evening was passed most pleas
antly with games and music. Mrs
Rhoades was assisted by Miss Florence
Martin in entertaining the young
people. After refreshments were
eerved they departed to their homes
wishing their friend many happy
Infant mortality is something fright
ful. Nearly one-quarter die before
they reach one year, one-third before
they are live, and one-half before thev
are fifteen 1 The timely use of White's
Cream Vermifuge would save a major
ity of these precious lives. Price 25
cts. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Go to A. W. Atwood for wall paper.
IIAYWAKD IS NO BETTEK.
Condition of the Stricken Man Shows Mo
Improvement as the Honrs Go By.
Nebraska City, Neb., Nov. 22.
Senator Hay ward's condition is grad
ually growing worse and his physician
is considerably worried over the case
The paralysis is extending and there
are fears that other organs may be in
volved. Senator Hayward'a mental
condition is the cause of much anxiety
by hisfiiends. His mind is not at all
clear and he speaks with difficulty.
His condition today is not much
'changed from last evening. He was
restless and uncomfortable at intervals
throughout the night and his pulse
and temperature were slightly above
normal this morning. It cannot be
determined whether or not icfl.ima-
tion exis's about the lesion in the
ItaoM KobbeXB' Bold Kcape.
TOPKKA, Kan., Nov. 21. State Back
Examiner Breidenthitl returned from
Parker, Linn county, today, and told
of ihe bold escape of the two safe blow
ers who, Thursd y night, bound and
gagged Cashier Slaughter of tbe
Parker bank, destroyed the safe with
dynamite and secured $1,800.
The masbals of the surrounding
town were notified and a posse chased
the robbers for two days. The robbers
boldly entered La Cygne and after se
curing a meal, boarded an outgoing
freight. The train crew had beeu
warned of the proximity of the men,
but contented themselves by putting
them off the train.
Later the robbers encountered Post
master Newbold and another man, two
of the pos6e. Newbold's partner be
came frightened, fired his gun in the
air and fled. Tho robbers seized New
bold before be could shoot and taking
his Winchester from him, escaped to
the hills and finally got clear away,
notwithstanding the hills were sur
rounded by dozens of armed men.
LETTER FKOM CALIFORNIA:
Cade Rogers Writes of Ills Trip to the
Santa Monica, Cal., Nov. 19. To
the Editor of The News: List fall I
was stranded in northern Iowa by
sickness, where I recovered by the
tender care of kindest friends. I then
renewed a coupie of abandoned claims
against the government, which were
settled last August satisfactorily.
In the early part of October steam
carried me from Council Bluffs across
the western plains. Striking the
mountains at Pueblo, Colo., I jour
neyed up the deep canyon of the Ar
kansas river to Leadville, giving me
a bird's eye view of California Gulch,
where I worked over forty years ago.
There night set in, and I was again
taken sick. Fortunately, there was a
doctor on board, and under his care J
soon recovered. We went down the
western slope, and diving through a
couple of long, dark tunnels, soon
emerged into the valley and rushed
northward for Salt Lake City. Not
far to our left lay the spot where the
"Mountain Meadow Massacre" wts
committed by old Brigham's destroy
ing angels, John D. Lee and others.
After reaching the city, I laid over
ten hours and tooK in tbe sights. By
street-car, buggy and on foot I visited
old Brigham's church, temple and
tabernacle the latter having suffi
cient room to seat 12,000 people.
Some sculptor chiseled old Brigham's
likeness out of stone, and it stands on
a high foundation in the middle of the
cioss street, with his hand extended
as though he were addressing a large
audience. Well, enough of him he
gets close attention pud to bis waots
Next to Ogden City, forty miles
north; thence westward over the long
and lonely desert, crossing the Sierra
Nevadas, we soon came into the Pi
Ute Indian country, where the train
stopped twenty minutes for refresh
ments. Many redskins were 'round
about and attracted the attention of
hundreds of passengers. Being quite
well supplied with pocket change, I
scattered it broadcast to bring the
hundreds of smaller Indians nearer to
the train, so the eastern tender-feet
could get a better view of tbem. Such
scrambling was never seen, ana pas
sengers were well-pleased with their
Soon after we reached the fine Cali
fornia valleys, and there appeared to
be no end to the fruit ranches and
wheat Golds. For some time people
haye been plowing and seeding, and
rain is just Betting in in these parts.
All grass is green and looks fine;
flowers are in bloom, and all looks to
me both lovely and strange. There
are many large cities and towns in
these valleys, containing from
twenty-five to one hundred and fifty
thousand inhabitants. Sacramento
and Los Angeles are the largest I
have visited. The latter city lays
back twenty miles from the coast.
This little town, Santa Monica, lays
near the beach and is a great resort
for eastern pleasure-seekers. My first
stroll upon the beach was near the
water's edge, where small waves came
gently near my feet. But soon a large
wave rolled in and caught me about
the knees. Hundreds laughed at my
expense. But I escaped without a
scratch; then I
Wandered on the pebbly strand
To cull the toys that 'round trie lay.
But as I picked them in my hand,
I threw them one by one away.
George Nolan d, Rockland, O., says,
"My wife had piles forty years. De
Witt's Witch liazel Salve cured her.
It is the best salve in America." It
heals everything and cures all skin
diseases. F. G. Fricke & Co.
A JURY IS
Very Little Progress Made In
the Harris Murder Case.
Attorneys For tbe Prosecution and De
fense Give the Jury a Brief Outline of
Each Side of the Case H. O. Beardsley
of Elmwood the First Witness For the
From Wednesday's Daily.
The time of the district court up
until 10:30 this morning was occupied
in securing a jury to try the case of
State vs. John W. Harris.
Attorney Genng for the defense
very closely examined every man
called, but fiaally waved the peremp
tory challenges of the defensp, and the
following jury was accepted: Joseph
Pittman, Robert Craw'ord, J. II.
Becker, D McNurlin, Horace A ilson,
Chris Hanson, T. T. Wilkinson, C. S.
Twiss, T. J. Thmas, J O. Weborg,
Ira Searles and L. B Egenberger.
County Attorney Root outlined the
cae of the irns cu ion, while Mr.
tiering did th same for the defe e,
after widen the state called it first
witness. Undertaker II. G. Beardsley
of E mwoo.i.
At this juncture Mr Gering entered
a lengthy objection to the introduction
of any evidence in the case, on the
ground that the constitution of tbe
United Stutes provided that no per
son should be tried lor murder or any
other infamous ctime, without first
having been indicted by a grand jury.
This is the first time that this point
has been raided in a trial court, and it
was argued by the attorney at some
length. Mr. Root replied briefly after
the noon recess, after which Judge
Ramsey overruled the objection.
Mr. Beardsly then testified as to
having handled tbe body of Jones and
as to an autopsy having been held by
Drs. Soetgert and Alton.
Dr. Soetgert then testified, describ
ing the woucd which caused death,
and his testimony was corroborated by
Dr. Alton. Dr. Soetgert alsj pro
duced tho bullet which inflicted tbe
fat vl wound, and the same was placed
Kace of An Iron Horse.
The Burlington'fc eastbound fast
mail train made a record breaking
run between Burlington, la., and Chi
cago, Tuesday morning. When the
train left Burlington it was thirty-six
minutes late, but it was pulled into
Chicago on time. The distance is 20G
miles and was covered in 209 minutes,
including all stops. The run of eighty
three miles from Mendota to Chicago
was made is seventy-six minutes the
best time ever made between those
points. The forty-six miles between
Mendota and Aurora was covered in
thirty-nine minutes. Nearly all the
way there was a heavy head wind and
the train was unusually heavy, having
a big lot of foreign mail.
Conductor Cone was in charge of the
train, which was pulled by the famous
engine. No. 1,592. Simuel Dove held
the throttle and Charles Shanahan
handled the shovel. Deducting the
lime for mail and water, the average
rate of speed of tho train was about
eighty miles an hour. During some
spurts It is believed that a speed of
ninety miles an hour was attained.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures Others,
Why Not You?
My wife ha boen using Chamber
lain's Pain Blm, with good results,
for a In me shoulder that has pain d
her continually for nine years. We
have tried all kinds of medicines and
doctors without receiving any benefit
from any of them. One day we saw
an advertisement of this medicine and
thought of trying it, which we did
with the best of satisfaction. She has
used 'nly one bottle and her shoulder
is a'most well. Adolph L. Millett,
Manchester, N. H. For sale by all
M. I. Anglin of Bourbon, Ind., has
manufactured an automobile. He is a
mechanical genius, and when the au
tomobile agitation began he entered
upon the construction of a vehicle.
The Anglin machine weighs 900
pounds, and when the last piece of
machinery has been adjusted it will
have cost the builder $350. It is built
to carry Gve persons, and will run a
distance of twelve miles in forty
Farm For Sale Cheap.
One hundred and sixty acres adjoin
ing Wabash, Neb. Eich eighty has
good house, barn, windmill, abundance
of water and bearing orchard. Will
take $2,000 down, rest on time to suit
purchaser. Charles Notes,
A Beantifol Adjustment.
Parke I have a joint account in the
oauk with my wife now.
Lane Good! You make an even
thing of it, eh?
"Yes. I put the money In, and shf
draws it out." Detroit Free Press.
Strict Uwi for Bicycle It Id era.
. In Newcastle, England, two week;
ago a bicyclist was fined two shilllngi
six pence for passing a vehicle on th
Kept on hand at Egenberger &
Troop's feed store. Charcoal 1s the
bulk of all hoc cholera remedies.
which sell at ten times the price of
Constipation means the accumula
tion of waste matter that should be
discharged daily, and unless this is
done the foul matter is absorbed and
poisons the system. Use Herbine to
bring about regularity of the bowels.
Price 50 cts. F. G. Fricke & Co.
A. W. Atwood sells pure drugs and
the best patent medicines.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Charles Clapp of Elmwood is in the
city attending court.
Walt M. Seeley of Bennet is in the
city attending district court.
H. G. Beardslee of Elmwood is in
city, being a witness in the Harris
F. G. Egenberger was in Glenwood
today in the interest of his pop fac
tory. II. P. Sterns of Nehawka brought a
wolf scalp to the county clerk's office
H. G. Todd, as administrator of the
Albina Thomas estate, made final
Mrs. Hutchison of Memphis is in
the city visiting with Mrs. Agnew and
Mrs. C. II. Parmele.
Recorder George A. Hay i- enjoying
a visit from bis brother from near
Elmwood, who is a ju or in court.
C. E- Wescott & Son had their store
front nicely pai ted and striped and
have p aced a new sign over the door.
Robert R.kos and Miss Myrtle
Siribbling were granted a permit to
wed by County Judge Spurlock today.
Margarie Agnew went to Lincoln
this afternoon to visit relatives a few
days. Her mother accompanied her
as far as Omaha.
Bob Carries returned yesterday from
S ic City, la., where he has been work
ing with a grading gang on the lllin
nois Central for several months.
Justice M. Archer this afternoon
united in marriage Robert Rakes and
Miss Myrtle Stribbling, at the home
of tho goom's parents, Jack Rakes and
wife, residing on Lincoln avenue.
Robert Sekorski swore out a war
rant for the arrest of Jacob Luft this
morning, charging him with assault
and battery. He appeared before
Judgo Archer, who, after hearing the
evidence, discharged him.
R. D. Marshall, who used to be em
ployed as b iggage master at the Bur
lington depot, has been appointed as
relief agent. Guy Burdick, who was
also employed here, has beeu ap
pointed as ageut at Waverly.
While at play with his little sister
Monday, the two-year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Hickson, jr., cut off
the index finger of his left hand. The
little fellow was very brave about it.
After tbe accident he walked into the
house and asked his mother to tie up
George Williams, the colored fellow
who was yesterday acquitted of the
charge of robbing a Missouri Pacific
car, felt so good over getting free that
he proceeded to accumulate a large
jjg, which resulted in landing him in
jail. Judge Archer this morning
Hoed him $1 and costs.
Joseph T. Lloyd was called to Lin
coln Sunday morning by the sudden
illness of his son. Will, who is afiiic ed
with appendicitis. He was taken to
the sanitarium, whore Dr. Everett, as
sisted by Dr. Wilkinson and Dr. Mc-
Kinley of Penn.-yl vania,perform a suc
cessful operation. Everything is now
favorable for his recovery. Mr. Lloyd
and wife are in Lincoln and will stay
until their son is out of danger.
T. 11. Ewing and wife spent the day
in the metropolis.
C. A. Richey of Louisville wi s in
h city today on liuiness.
Mr Celia Shryock and daughter
were Om iha visitors today.
Mrs. Perry Walker and daughter
were visiting Omaha friends today.
Frank Johnson, the Burlington fire
man, is visiting his pa ents in the
Wiiliiim B illance and D B. Smith
were pissengers for Oinht on the
fast mail train.
A. B. Todd went to Oxford Uday to
attend to business in connection with
his land interests.
T. E Paimelo and Will Sudelraan
went to P.ipillion today to attetd to
some telephone business.
Dame rumor says there is a new
diamond ring in the city. The News
prints wedding invitations.
Mrs. Lillian II apse, clerk in Judge
Sourlock'8 office, was taken ill last
night and was unable to attend to her
Mrs. Poole returned to her home in
Council Bluffs this afteruoon, having
been the guest of Mrs. A. E. G.iss for
Mr. and Mrs. El Palmeter aro the
happy parent of a bouncing girl
baby, which made its appearance at
their home last Friday.
Dr. Shipman today removed a large
cinder from John Waterman's eye. It
had been in his eye some time and
had made tho momber quite sore be
fore he found the trouble.
The county commissioners today re
ceived a petition signed by a large
number of Manley citizens protesting
against issuing a license to run a sa
loon in that village. There is a "hole
in the wall" being conducted without
license now, but it is said the proprie
tor intends making application to the
Dr. H. H. Haden, Summit, Ala., says,
"I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a
splendid medicine. I prescribe it, and
my confidence in it grows with con
tinued use." It digests what you eat
and quickly cures dyspepsia and in
digestion. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Lost A ladies' gold watch. Has a
shell case, and a small chain attached.
Case No. 2,700; works No. 1,939,785;
Walt ham works. Finder will be re
warded by leaving same at this office.
Mrs. Tom Barnum, Union, Neb.
Send the News to your friends.
Not a Surprise.
It will not be a surprise to any who
are at all familiar with the good qual
ities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to know that people everywhere take
pleasure in relating their experience
in the use of that splendid medicine,
and in telling of the benefit they have
received from it, of bad colds it has
cured, of threatened attacks of pneu
monia it has averted and of the chil
dren it has saved from attacks of croup
and whooping cough. It is a grand,
good medicine. For sale by all drug
gists. Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received at the
county clerk's office at Plattsmouth,
Neb., until 12 o'clock (noon) Saturday,
December 2, 1899, for the building of
all bridges for Cuss county, Nebraska,
for the year 1900; bids to be accom
panied by plans and specific uions and
a certified eheck for $500.
The board of comrn ssioners reserve
the right to rejc any or all bids.
Used By British Soldiers In Africa.
Ctpt C. G. Dennii'Q is well known
all over Africa ms commander of the
fo ces that captured the famous ebei
Galishe. Under date of Nov. 4, 1897.
from Vryburg, Bechuanaland, he
writes: "Before starting on the last
campaign 1 bought a quantity of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used my
self when troubled with bowel com
plaint, and had given to my men, and
in every case it proved most benefi
cial." For sale by all druggists.
Foil SALE or Rent Store room
and dwelling combined, 34x58 feet.
known as the T. V. Davis store, in
Murray. Inquire of J. W.Edmunds,
Notice of Sale.
In the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska
In the matter oi the estate of Jacob Frederick
H uber, deceased.
Notice is hereby eiven that in pursuance of an
order of Basil S. Ranisev. iudce of the district
court of the Second Judicial district of the state
of Nebraska, in and for Cass county, made on
the Hth dav of November. A. D. IWW.for the sale
of the real estate hereinafter described, there
will be sold at the south door of the court house
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on the 19th day of
December. A. D. 1,-tty. at - o clock p. in. of said
day, at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described real estate, to-wit:
Lots one hundred forty (140), one hundred
twenty-three yVSit, one hundred twenty-four (1-4),
two hundred thirty-three (233). three hundred
twenty-one (301 ), three hundred twenty-two
three hundred twenty-three (-3). four hundred
twenty (4)), four hundred twenty-one (421), six
hundred nine (tfKi). six hundred eight (60H), six
hundred seven 6U7). six hundred eientv-one (OI).
six hundred eighty (Hsu), six hundred seventy
nine (tiTV), five hundred fifty-five 5."5). two hun
dred forty-eight Ci4H). live hundred forty-five (;Vt5),
one hundred twenty-five (125), one hundred
eighty-eight (l&S). one hundred eighty-nine
IM). tkreee hundred forty-eight (34). three
hundred forty-nine (S49). three hundred fifty CWI).
six hundred thirtv-tive &i5). six hundred thirtv-
six (:!!', six hundred eighty-nine (V9. six hun
dred ninety-seven (tW). seven hundred twenty-
tour (Z4i, seven hundred twenty-nve :) seven
hundred twenty-six "t, seven hundred thirty
five (;. seven hundred forty-four 744, all in
the village of Louisville, Cass county, Nebraska,
raid sale will remain open one hour.
Dated this 20th day of November. A. D. 1899.
John D. Fergi'Son.
Administrator of the estate of Jacob Frederick
Byron Clark and C. A. Rawls, Attorneys for the
First publication Nov. 21.
In County Court. Cass county. Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Fredrick Latham,
Hattie U. Wellington, Elizabeth S. Latham,
and all other persons interested in said matter,
are hereby notified that on the 15th dav of No
vember. 18!8, Hattie G. Wellington filed' a peti
tion in said court, alleging, among other things,
that r-redriclc Latham died on the 10th day of
November, 1HH9. leaving a last will and testa
ment and possessed of real and persoual estate
in said county, and that the above-named con
stitute all the persons Interested in the estate of
said deceased; praying tor the probate of said
will and fr administration of aid estate there
under. You are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear before this court on the 11th day of
Dec ember. IfWU, at 9 o'clock a m., to contest the
probate of said will, the court may allow and
probate said will and grant administration there
under to t liz .beth S Latham, or some other
suitable person, and proceed to a settlement
In Witness Whereof. I hereunto set my hand
and the seal of said court at PlatUmouth, Ne-
biaska. this 20th day of November. If
LSEALJ OEOKGE M . SPURLOCK,
First publication Nov. 21.
In County Court. Cass County. Nebrpska.
In the matter of the estate of Edward B. Holmes,
Frances A. Holmes. Zan C. Holmes. Oliver
W. Holmes. Harvey A. Holmes, May Holmes
Campbell, and all other persons interested
in said matter, are hereby notified that on
the 13th day ol November. iws. I nomas I'ol
lock filed in said court a duly authenticated copy
of the last will of the said Edward B Holmes,
decensed, together with the probate thereof by
the probate court of Cook county, Illinois, to
gether with the petition of Frances A. Holmes
i . i i i t i 1 1 : . V.
till 1 Vliver . IIUMIICS, ailCKJUK aiih-mik umci
thinff that Edward H. Holmes died on the 20th
day of February. IXxi, leaving a last will and tes
tament and possessed of real estate situated in
the county ot uass ana state oi ieDrasna,ana mat
th ahiivp nampfi constitute all the nersoos inter
ested in the estate of said deceased, and praying
that said will may be probated and that adminis
tration be granted thereunder in this state. You
are hereby notified that if you fail to appear in
said court of Cass county, Nebraska, on the 5th
day of December. 1HW. at 2 o'clock p. m.. to con
test the probate of said will, the court may allow
and probate said will and grant administration to
Frances A. Holmes and Oliver V. Holmes, or
some other suitable person and proceed to a set
tlement thereof. .
Witness mv hand and the seal ot said court
at IMattsmouth. Nebraska, this 13th day of No
OEORGB 11 . SrURLdCK)
(Peal) County Judge.
First publication November 14, 18M9.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska ) , n, r,...,
County of Cass. "-' j
In the matter of the estate of William Young,
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the executor of said es
tate before me. County Judge of Cass county,
Nebraska, at the county court room in Flatts
mouth.in said county, on the lfith day of June, A.
D. 1900, at 2 o'clock p. m..for the purpose of
presenting their claims for examination, adjust
ment and allowance, six monim are anoweu
fnr h rrpHitnr, nf said deceased to present
their claims, from the th day of December. 1S9.
Witness my hand and seal of said county court
at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this 11th day of No
(Seal) County Judge.
First publication November 14, 1W9-
In the district court of Cass county, Nebraska.
Walt M. Seely, Plaintitt,
I.. Goldsberrv & Son, J. L.
Goldsberry. first name un
known. Charles C. Golds
berry. K. C. I'eacock. first
name unknown, and the
Weftern Land & Cattle Co.
i i...i,A nl London. Eng..
Tn th above named defendants
You and each ol you are hereby notified that
upon the lfth day of October. A. D. 189. the
above plaintiff filed bis petition in the district
court of Cass County, Nebraska, against said de
fendants to recover the sum of thirteen hundred
thirty-eight dollars ninety-three and eighty-one
hundreds cents (Jl.tSH.9:j 81-100) as commissions
tor procuring a purchaser for all real estate in
Texas county, Missouri, belonging to the West
ern Land & Cattle Co . Limited of London,
England, upon a contract with plaintiff.
That plaintiff filed his affidavits for attr -h-tnent
and garnishment in said action and has at
tached the moneys and properties of said de
fendants in the hands of Henry K. Gering and
William W. Coates.
You arerequired to answer plaintiff's petition
on or before December 11, 18W, or said petition
will be taken as true.
Dated October 24, 1899.
Walt M. 8eei.y.
By his Attorneys, Byron Clark and O. A. Kawls.
Another Thing We take
Eggsthat beats Omaha
SI IOI5S, IUI3I3I51tS and
And ever3Tthing- in the General Merchandise line,
within your reach are what make you money.
School Shoes, 75c to $2
Men's Dress Shoes, $1 to $3.50
Ladies' Fine Shoe?, $1.25 to $3
Everything in Rubbers and Over
shoes at all kinds of prices.
We are making; a drive on Ladies'
Fleeced Underwear at 25c to 50c
Children's Fleeced underwear at 20c
All kinds of Men's Workinp; goods.
Men's Bib Overalls, 50c to 75c.
Shirt, and good ones, as low as 30c,
up to $1.
Everything in Dry Goods at cut-rate
prices we can't get space enough to
erlve all our prices.
These are starters in prices all our goods fit these
prices. Special 5 per cent discount on all cash pur
chases of $5 or over. Remember the Place,
F. T. DAVIS CO.,
Near Methodist Church, Plattsmouth, Neb
That is what you can depend upon at our
shop. And that is only one of the many
good points. We have a larg-e assortment of
foreign and domestic goods from which to
make selections and every suit or garment
we turn out is guaranteed to be satisfactory.
LA.ni US9 ,
Tnilor-JKladG S uits. . .
We have an elegant assortment of fine goods
for Ladies' Suits Golf or any st3Tle desired.
The ladies are respectfully invited to call
and see our line and the st3les.
Ilixdecelc & 3JLc l:ii-oy ,
Rockwood BlockMain St.
o c -v Of c
Gering & Co., Druggists.
I specially suited to soma horns tue either outside or inside.
It's knowing the right kind of paint, and putting it on the right
place that makes painting a success. Tell us what you want to painty
and we'll tell you the rioht kind to use.
For Bale In Plattsimuth by.
F. G. FRICKE & CO., Druggists.
PURE !. HEALTHFUL !!
MAKE THE PRICES ON
GET THE BENE
FIT OF THEM.
pour produce. 20c for fresh
5c. We have everything you
Three grades Patent Flour at 90c,
05c and $1.
Coffees. J2io, 15c, 20c, 25c and 35c.
Teas, 35c, 45c, 50c and 65c.
Sugar, 18 pounds for $1.
Beans, 4c per pound.
Rice, 5c, 7c and 8Jc.
Fancy dried fruits 5c, 8c, 10c, 12ic
Syrups, 25c, 35c and 40j.
The purest of Maple Syrups.
Everything in Gloves rattlers for
men in lined initts and glove at 50o.
Children's fine kid mitts, 40c
Fur Tops, 50c.
DR. WILLIAMS' INDIAN PILE OINTMENT
wilt euro Blind. Blooding and It hiu? Files It absorbs tho
tumors, allays the itchintf sit once, acts as a poultice, pives
instant relief. Prepared only for Piles and itching of the
private parts. Every box is warranted. Judge Coons, of
Maysville, Ky., shv's: "Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment cured me after years of suffering." Sold by druggists
sent by mail on receipt of price. 50 cents and $ 1.00 per box.
And for everything under the sun.
Every home has need of paint.
Each kind of
Has new stock, new rigs and
is prepared better than ever
to take care of
ft General Livery Business
Quick trips made to all parts of the
county. Low prices and court
eous treatment assured.
STABLES SIXTH ASD VISE STS.,
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