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TRY HARD TO GET OUT
l'risoiicr.s in the County Jail
Itreak Another Lock.
Services of a Blacksmith Needed to Re
pair the Da in a ft Divorce Case Filed
la tbe District Clerk's Office Quarter
Section of County Land to Cbauge
Hands t'uoeral of Mrs. A. A, Ed ward
From Thursday's Daily.
jauor jicurtae reports another un
successful attempt to break jail on the
part of noma of his prisoners. Ye-ter
day afternoon about 4 o'clock the offi
cer had occasion to oik? a the corridor
door and noticed that the bolt in the
lock had teon twisted tut of shape unit
the door could not be opened. It was
found necessary to call a blacksmith to
repair tbe damage
There are four prisoner in that par
ticular bart of the jail Nation, Ui'ck-
son, Sbeppard and Holmes but all
denied having anv knowledge as. to
how the look had been broken. A
thorough search failed to reveal any
instrument with which tho work was
done, but it could easily have been
handed out through the bars to ODe of
the city prisoners.. There is no doubt,
however, but that Nation knows all
about the matter it being the man's
favorite pastime to plan ways to escape
It would perhaps do him some good n
kept handcuffed for a few
1'reparlufc- fur Novrnibrr Term
The commissioners have selected
the following names from which the
jury for tho November term of district
court will be drawn:
C. A. Gauer, Jacob TriUch, J. II
.Meibinirer. Lonard lorn. J. r.. Jeer-
ley, llenry Kikenbary, W. D. Jones
Kd Fitzcerald. Fred Kroehlor, J. S
llartmaa, William Neville, U. C. K rr
J. J. Swobodn, li O. Fellows, Silas
Ling, J. C. Peterson, J. IX Denson,
Koliert Troop, Fred Ilimge,John Iutz,
John Domingo, N. Culkin. Theodore
Ileira, C. C. Vaaburg, Ieo MayGeld,
Wiiliam Neumeister, Henry Bjhrns,
sr., Thomas Vilet,John Kragtr, E. A
Kirkpatrick, Lester Stone, A. E Taj
lor, William Dullois.A. It. Eikenbary,
J. R. V'allery, Lee Oldham, George
Shrader, M. J. Hummel, George W.
Adanif, Wash. I'ullis,A. C. Btch,Jake
Stuckor, O.-car Keil, M. WT. Waltz
William Atchison, J. C. Hays, Charley
VanEvry, Thomas Cra'g, Ed Dimmiti,
W. D. Hill, M. E. Buahnell. Kay Bald-
win, S. M. Slradley, O eon Johnson,
J. W. Barr, sr , S. P. Lundy, John
Adams, S. A. Morrison, W. B. Young.
ft'oneravl of Mrs. A. A. Kdwardn,
The remains of Mrs. A. A. EJwards,
whose death occurred at Pacific J u-.c
tion yesterday morning, were brought I
to mis city mis afternoon ior inter-1
mont. Funeral services were held in
tho A. O. U. W. hall at 2:30 this after-I
noon, conducted by liev. Asa Sleetfc of j
the Methodist church, taking for his I
text the comforting words of Christ to
Peter: "What I do Thou Knowest
Not Now, But Thou Shalt Know Here
after." Tho music consisted of the
hymns "Kock of Ages," "Jesus, Lover
of My Soul" and "Shall We Gathor at
the Kiver" by tho choir and the silo
"Jesus Savior, Pilot Mo" by Miss
Clara Street, after which the
remains were laid at rest in ().tk Hill
The pall bearers were Messrs. Will
iam Wynn, V. C. Green, C. L. Mar
shall, M. S. Briggs, Andrew Dill and
S. A. D.ivis.
Free of Charge.
Any adult suffering from a cold set
tled on the breast, bronchitis, throat
or lung troubles of any nature who
will call at A. W. Atwood's will be
presented with a sample bottle of
Bosehee'a German syrup free of
charge. Oulyxme bottle given to one
person, and none to children without
order from parents.
No throat or lung remody ever had
such a sale as Boschee's German syrup
in all parts of the civilized world.
Twenty years ago millians of bottles
were given away, and your druggists
will tell you its success was marvelous.
It is really the only throat and lung
remedy generally endorsed by physi
cians. One 75 cent bottle will cure or
prove its value. Sold by dealers in all
Ileal h of Mrs. Kd wards.
Mrs. A. A. Edwards died at her
home in Pacific Junction last night
after an illness of ten days with pneu
monia. Deceased was forty-eight
years of age and was the m uher of
Mrs. J. D. McBride And Mieses Emma
and Martha Ed wards of this city. She
leaves six children ti ve daughters mid
one son to mourn her demise.
The remains will be brought to this
city tomorrow afternoon for burial.
Funeral services will Iks held at the
A O. U. W. hall, conducted by Uov.
Asa Sleetb of tho Methodist church,
and interment will bo made at Oak
Simply m Kale Statement.
George W. Anderson of the llavo
lock shops, who was a inembor of the
last legislature, is somewhat indignant
over the assertion of tho Omaha
World-Herald that the Burlington
shut down for the day and gave the
men full pay, the consideration being
that all the men would march in the
I&oottevelt procession. A'r. Anderson
says no answer need be mwde to this
falsehood except that 4G0 men in the
shops desired to attend the meeting
and they had to use some persuasion in
order to get off for the afternoon with
out pay. Lincoln Journal.
The annual report of President Per
kins of tbe Burlington indicates that
that road has purchased the se
curities of the Kansas City & Omaha
railroad in Nebraska, which repre
sents & distance of 193 miles, and also
the Chicago, Fort Madison & Dos
Moines railroad in Iowa, representing
During tho winter of 1S'J7 Mr. Janit 8
Heed, one of the leading citizens and j
merchants of Clay, Clay G. "V. Vh ,
struck his leg against a cike of ice in
such a manner as to bruise is severely.
It became very much swollen and
pained him so badly that he could not
walk without the aid of crutches. lie
was treated by physicians, also used
several kinds of liniment and two and
a half gallons of whisky in bathing tt,
but nothing gave any relief until he
begun using Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
This brought almost coinpletecure in
a week's time and he believes that
had he not used this remedy his leg
would h ive had to be - amputated.
Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains,
bruises and rheumatism. For sale by
all druggists. '
ticaix j:onm:u is kii.i,i:i
Men Hold I'p HnrlMirtnn.
Nfr Council lilufT.
A dispatch in today's state papers
from Council Bluffs says:
"Two masked men climbed over the
tender and pushed guns in the faces
of the engine men on train No. 22,' the
Ktnsas City passenger on tho Burling
ton, three miles south of Council
Bluffs at midnight tonight, just ns the
train crossod the Mosquito creek
bridge and ordered the engineer to
stop the train, which he did. They
then cut olT the mail and express cars
and ran them down the-, track half a
mitc iin( while onQ robbrr 8tornj guar(
over the engineer and fireman, the
other o dered Express Messenger
Chase Baxter to open the door. He
told the robbers to go to hell.
"The bandit then forced Engineer
Donnelly to dynamite the side door cf
the express car. While this was being
done Messenger Baxter quietly
grabbed his gun and slipped from the
door on the opposite sideof the the car.
crept around to tho front of theengine.
wnere he saw the robber, who was
standing guard over the engine crew.
"Messenger Baxter Cred ono shot,
killing the man instantly. The rob
ber who hud entered trie express car
jumpod to the ground upon 'hoaring
the 6hot and made his escape tbrcu h
a cornGeld. The body of the dead rob
ber was placed on board the train and
was backed into Council Bluffs, where
a new express car was placed m the
train. The express matter, which es
caped damage, was transferred and the
train proceeded on its way. Conductor
McGraw, who was in charge of h-i
train, thinks tbe dead man is one
George of St. Joseph.
The robber who escaped was larger
and taller than the dead man, being
apparently above six feet in height.
Both men were masked and both wore
overalls and jumpers The door of the
express car was bdly shattered by tbe
explosion of dynamite.
"The roboer inside the car was prt-
paring to blow tho t&fo at the time his
companion was killed. ITo ceased
operations at onco and no damage whs
done to tbe contents of tbe car. nor
wns anything taken.
On the 10th of December. 1S97, Rev.
S. A. Donahoe, pastor M. E. Church,
south, PL i'leasant, w. a., con
tracted a severe cold which was alter
ded from the beginning by violent
cougslng. IIo says "Aftor resort
ing to a number of so-called sp cilic-.
usually kept in the house, to no put
pose, I purchased a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, which acted
like a charm. I most cheerfully re
cemmend it to the public." For sale
by all druggist?.
Steam Iaundry Iturf;! trlzt d.
The City Steam laundry was burglar
ized la9t night. When F. W. Lhr.-
h lT, the proprietor, came down this
morning he found that tbe cash drawer
had been tapped and $4 50 stolen. The
way the thief, or thieves, entered the
place is a mystery, but it wu found
that they left tho building through the
door in the basement, which had been
fastened from the inside.
George M. Loch of Neha wka.through
nis attorney. A. J. lseeon. nas niea a
a petition with the clerk of tho dis
trict court, praying for a divorce from
his wife, Mnmie Locb. Tho plaintiff
claims that two years ago his wife wil
fully deserted him without cause and
has sinco been a non-resident of the
state. The couple were married at
Mary ville, Mi., on November 8, 1897.
I wish to express my thanks to tho
manufactures of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for
bating put on the market such a won
derful modiclne," says W. W. Mas-
singill, of Beaumont, Texas. There
are many thousands of mothers who-o
children have been saved from attacks
of dysentery and cbolera infantum
who must also feel thankful. For sale i
by all druggists.
To Have Nw Inilurum.
The City band is arranging to give
a fine concert Saturday ovenltier, Octo
ber 13 at the Turner hall, tho proceeds
of whicn is to go toward purchasing
new uniforms for tho members of that
band. An excellent program is being
planned and since the object is a must
worthy one, the hall will doubtless be
The many frieods in this city of Asa
Jee Willard, tbe actor, will be pleased
to hear that he has been engaged to
take one of the leading roles in the
play entitled "Tho. Village Pes -
master," now appearing for a week's
stand at theChtstnut street theatre.
New York. It is a picturesque New
England play and has nineteen char
Sell Quarter Section of Land.
Sanders Ide and wife yesterday filed
a deed of sale with Recorder Hay
whereby they convey to " James L.
Earle a quarter section of land located I
four miles west of South Kend. The
consideration was tC,400.75. -
Old papers for sale at this office 10
cents per hundred. -'
ALL OFFERS IGNORED
Anthracite Operators Seem
Make No impression On
the Great Strike.
MITCHELL GIVES dUT A WAMEIO.
XclU the Strikers jo Accept Nothing
J .and Consider Nothing Except
Ilazleton, Pa., Oct. 4. Another day
has come and gone without developing
anything new in the strike of the an
thracite coal -miners of Pennsylvania.
Although most of the big companies
Lave offered a mine workers 10 per
cent net increase in-wages not a move
has yet (been made by any of the strik
ers towards a resumption of work.
The way the men have thus far stood
together without showing any weak-
nes.s iu any part of the ranks is con-
siut-rcti renmrkable by many persons
in this region-, and though President
Mitchell and his colleagues say they
are sanguine of their ability to keep
the almost general tie up in force until
the operators further recede from their
position, they are not losing an oppor
tunity to kevp the men from being in-
jiuvuci'U into resuming work by ru
mors of settlements, agreements, etc
Warning Issued by President Mitchell.
Yesterday Mitchell was Informed of
the wide circulation of a story to the
cirect that he had reached an agree-
1111 111 1 11 IT :1 1 wl 'i 1:1 1 lrvi ti ir ra ilrrkarla n
alter verbally denying the report he
issued the following to the miners and
mine workers oil- the anthracite re
"We have just leen informed that
the report has been circulated at Ash
land to the effect that in a conference
in New York this morning between
the cual presidents and myself an
agreement was reached which will end
the strike. I desire to notify all mine
-workers that the report Is Incorrect
and that I have not been In conference
with Jhe presidents of the coal com
panics and have made no agreement
AValt I' 11 til a Convention Is Called.
"I wish to reiterate what I said sev
oral days ago that there would be no
sitilenient of the strike until a con
vention of the anthracite miners Is
held. You are further requested to pay
no attention to statements of this kind
and to continue the strike until such
concessions are made by the operators
as win justify us In calling a general
convention when you will be regularly
uouned or the date and place at winch
the convention will be held."
What Is Looked t'pou as Significant.
The Injunction in the above address
to the miners to continue the strike
until such concessions are made by the
operators as will Justify us In calling
n general convention, is rerrarded as
uher significant and as an indication
taat the struggle will not be a short
one, 11 u.e vast number of Idle men
can -lie kept under control by the'.r
lenders. There are. nowever. those
who bclit ve that some sort of a settle
ment Is near at hand, lut there la
nothing on the surface upon whi-li
such a bt iitf can be based.
READING MAKES ANOTHER MOVE.
Guarantees a Net Advance of IO Per Cen t
Dynamite Gets Into Action.
A dispatch from Shenandoah 611 ye
The only important development in
the strike vtiuatlon In this district yes
terday was "the posting of notices by I
me x miuuipma aou neaumff coai ana
Iron company at all of Its collieries
ia in vvuoiu uur iinvO IU i-UTT IVU113 I
net increase of 10 per cerot. in vraees
and a wlllinsness to hear thesrlevances I
of its employes. The local and district I
orffanizers were on the alert and In
a 1 . . , . - I
iKinys proposal 110a oeen placed a
warning to tlie mine workers was clr
cuLiteL In this town and vicinity
organizer c. S. rottler dasfrtbuted cir
culars printed In the English, Polish
and Lithuanian languages, calling on I
the strikers to py no attention to the
company's offer, but to wait for the
decision of the mine workers' conven
Dynamite has again been used as an
Inducement for men who are at work
to quit. An attempt was made a 2 a.
m. yesterday to blow up with dyna
mite the house occupied by Michael
Zulick. a mine worker, in the eastern
part of the city, but no extensive tTam-
aire was caused. Zulick bis been
working since the strike went into ef
1 no mrnviriuai operators are op
posed to the 10 per cent. Increase or
any Increase, in fact unless they can
get cheaper rates for the transporta
tion of their coal to the seaboard. But
It is probnlde that if he strikers con-
pent to go back to work at the terms
offered the individual operators will
not stand in the way. They would
have to pay the miners the samewages
ns the big companies, or allow helr
mines to remain in idleness.
This they axe not willing to do. as
was judged from the actions of certain
"operators the past week. Tboy have
ix'en crumbling a great deal because I
the bitg companies do not do something
fiixl jeer tne men back to work. And
if 1he representatives of the big eom-
apnies are to lie lelleved the individ
ual opera tor is not tbe oppressed man
lie would have the public believe he Is.
lie gets his share of the sales and In a
great nmny oases his operating ex
penses are a great deal less tnan the
Indianapolis, Oct. 3. The Nancy
anks-Lincoln Memorial association I
met in the governor's parlors Monday. I
surrounding the grave had been long
aso detHlcd to them and their succes
sors forever, and they did not feel
authorized to deed the land to the a-
ftoeiation. It "was decided to accent
the deed and liave Inserted 1n It "for
the benefit of the people of tbe United
Mates." J. S. Culver, of Springfield.
Ills., notified the governor he would
bvgin the monument at once.
Nothing New from China.
London, Oct. 3. There is no fresh
news from China except a Shanghai
rumor that the allies hav ecaptured
Shan Hal Kwan and a report from
Canton that mission property has been
destroyed at Ivung , Man,, on the West
Detective W. H. Funston, who Is
President McKinley's bodyguard when
ever the latter visits New York, is a
seconti cousin or general j? unston. - I
There are no Pinkertons in the coal
tronble,"says W. A. PInkerton.
Vincent Soreuto. a New York artist.
has married Miss Grace A. MorreU, his
Train robbing netted upward of 1100,-
tioo last rear.
CITY AND COUNTY S
E. A. Brown of the Nebraska City
Press attended the Roosevelt meeting
The T. J. Sokol society will give
bal1 at lbeIr hal1 Saturda? evening.
General Manager G. W. Holdrege cf
the Burlington attended the Roosevelt
meeting last night.
fioo M.tvnl VanPnann f W.h..!.
' " T J .uoA.o
in the city for a week's visit with the
Misses Ada and Nellie Hay.
Judge Douglass issued a marriage li
cense last evening to Jesse R. Dysart
and MIsb E iz-ibeth Arn of Union.
Mrs. John Meiairper, Mrs. John
I Busche and Mrs. Henry Meisinger
K a not npinarl f mm a t Vi tnaa tr a'
visit with relatives at Pekin, III..
O. II. Snyder returned to his home
at Tabor, la., this morning after a few
days' visit with his son
family in this city.
Marshal Slater was called to the
home of C. W. Green this morning to
kill 8 mad dog which was frightening
people in that neighborhood,
Misses Margaret Rennie and Edith
Buzzell went to Omaha this afternoon
to attend the wedding Of their friend.
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!Y11BS uma rarre, wiiicu uccurs at o
ii tYit nn 1
O ClOCk this evening.
C. G. Sheely, the Lincoln
I ' "
western agent for the Western Wheel
Scraper company, were in town today
interviewing the county commission
Charles Miller, who has been out to
his ranch in Loop county, has returned
to this city. He brought a carload of
finecittle to Omaha, and saya he ex
pects to remain here for a while, hav
ing hired a man to iook after his
ranch during his absence.
The officers made four arrests last
night all jags. Two of them, how
I ever, were turned loose, and the other
. ... lit
two, who gave their names as I' rank
Wil6on and J. M. Davis, were each
fined $1 and costs. They were unable
to pay this amount and were turned
over to Jailor McBride.
D. O. Dwyer made a trip to Omaha
on the fast mail.
Henry Week bach was a visitor at
tbe street fair today
Mrs. J. C. Potersen was a visitor at
the state capital todpy.
W. L. Pickett and wife attended the
street fair at Lincoln today.
Ambrose Copenhauer and brother
were passengers for Lincoln this after
Julius Pepperherg made a business
trip to Glen wood and Pacific Junction
Mrs. Jennie B. Harlow of Jackson
ville, 111., is in the city, the guest of
Mrs. A. W. Awood.
II. J. Streight and wife were assen-
p6r9 this morninp; for Lincoln, where
they attended the street fair.
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Mrs liawls 01 L.morson, la , wbo has
been visitincr in the citv with the fam-
n , n a l?a.ia i.,rn
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Frank Fry went to Omaha this
morning, where he expects to secure
employment. He has been railroading
J. L. Messersmith of Weeping
Water, who came to this city Tuesday
evening to see Governor Roosevelt, re
turned home today.
Among those who went to Omaha on
the fast mail this afternoon weie J. M
Patterson. L. A. Moore, J. M. Kobert-
boo and Henry Donat.
Frank Calkins and wife departed
last evening for their home al Brook-
field, Mo., after a visit of several days
with relatives in this city
S. W. Orton of Weeping Water was
a business visitor al the court house
today. - He was on his way to Omaha
to hear Governor R wisevelt.
Weckbach & Co., this morning re
ceived a large supply of peaches from
R. F. Dean of New Haven, Mich. Mr.
Dean, who will bo remembered by
many Plattsmouth people, is doing
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grower in mat siaie.
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there is safety in plumpness.
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your food, and get more nutri
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Don't cet thin, there is
woman and child.
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409 Peart Street, , New York.
Special Electiou to Reload llouds of
Platt.m -nth Precinct.
Whereas the electors of Plattsmouth precinct
in the county of Cass and state of Nebraska on
the IMthdavoi March. A. IK. 1K!0. at a special
election called pursuant to law for the purpose of
voting upon propositions to authorize the issue
ance and sale of precinct bonds in the sum of
ilO.OUO to the Omaha Southern Railway company
to aid the construction ot a railroad by said com
pany in said county and through said precinct,
aud to levy a tax annually to pay pnuciple ana
i a teres t on such bonds, did authorize the com
missioners of said county to issue, negjtiate and
sell ten bonds cf said precinct, each cf the de
nomination of one thousand dollars, to be dated
January 1. lstJ. to be payab e twenty years after
their date. but redeemable at the
option of sa'd precinct ten years after
, their date, each bond to beat i.iterrst at the rate
I six per cent p-r ann.m payable semi-annually
,uch iutrit IO Iw i,t ,rl h. I ,r. rnnnnn.
attached to each bond, principle and li-t-'rest of a
saiu Donus to De payab. e at .Nebraska state ris-
I cat Agency City ol New Writ in the state of New
or, ana authorizing the levy of a tax annually
to pay said interest and accumulate a sinking
iuiiu ior wie redemption oi saia uonds.
And whereas the said commissioners actin:
lor and on behalf of said precinct an
county and by virtue of the powers vested in
them by said election and the law, did issue said
Plattsmouth Precinct Railroad Knncts in all nar-
muiars in sinci coniormiiy wnn I lie law and did
cause said bonds, ten in number, with interest
coupons attached to be registe ed in the office of
the auditor of public accounts for the state of
ixeorasica, at Lincoln. Nebraska.
And whereas the said ten bonds with coupons
attached as aforesaid so issued and registered
were DV said commissioners delivered i nai.il
I Umaha Southern Railway conmanv and bv said
I navee rM
nucicu mcic iiits uccu reueeniea uouas
1. 2 and 3 of said sprit.. l?aviniv Hiii.
and owme on said bonds the sum nl svitn I inna.
and dollars, and being represented by bonds ot
aaiu issue cum oerea ironi 4 to 1U Inclusive.
And whereas the rate for th nf mnn.v h,.
declined since the issuance of said bonds so that
the said seven thousand dollars in Dnnds remain
ing unpaid can be taken up, paid oft and re-
iiiuuea Dy trie issuance and sale ot Plattsmouth
Precinct Refunding Bonds in said sum ot seven
tnousana dollars, at an interest nuih le om -
I auually not to exceed the sum of five per cent
1 per annum, wnicn said bonds may be sold or ex-
I cnanged at par tor said original bonds in the
1 nanus 01 me noiaers tnereol.
Therefore, be it resolved, that there Ha h-
I ",ll'ea 10 ,ne electors 01 riattsmouth precinct to
1 uc voiea
UDon at their nnllinty nlare at Tivlnr'c
school house in Plattsmouth precinct at the coni-
mg general election tne propositions: Khali the
county commissioners of Cass county be author
ized 10 issus and sell or exenanpe at not es than
par the refunding bonds of said Drecinct in the
sum of seven thousand dollars, with interest
tnereon at not to exceed five per cent per annum,
payable annually, bonds oavahle ten vear from
date thereof, but with right to redeem any part
ui mn vi sam uunus on any interest pay day; said
bonds to be of the denomination of one thousand
dollars each, and interest to be evidenced by cou
pons attached to each of said bonds; bonds to be
payable to bearer, aud shall the county commis
sioners be authorized to annually levy and col-
icui a iu against an tne taxaDie property in said
precinct for the purpose ot paying otf the accru-
oft and redeem the principle sum thereof, such
uk micirai uu 34 u leiuQuiaff ill til I s anil in nav
authority to continue till the last bond unpaid
shall be paid ott and satisfied and all interest
accruing on unpaid bonds paid ott.
That objections to the issuance and sale of
I payer of Plattsmouth precinct ot
I vein ber 7. A. D.. 19U0. Such obje
I writing and tiled with the countv
sucn refunding bonds may be made by anv tax-
on or before No-
ections to be in
.' clerk. Anv Oh.
jections so made will be heard by the county
commissioners in their room in the court house
at riattsmouth at the hour of 10 o clock a. m.
November 7. A. IJ.. I9UO.
Notice of said proposed action, and to the elec
tors of Plattsmouth nrecinct shall be civen hv
publishing a copy of the aforesaid resolutions for
our weeks Drior to Kovember n. A. II.. 1S in
trie riattsmouth Journal and the Semi-Weekly
Jell-O. the New Deaaerf,
Pleases all the family. Four llivors:
Lemon, orange, raspberry and straw
berry. At your erocers. 10 cts. Trv
roriteni waiKer section
If. TV . . 1
i'li.. iieupuuw precinct. c or iuriner
Darticulara rhntiiro ot Mrs Pmm p
particulars inquire Oi Mrs. bmma -
Walker, Plattsmouth, Neb
The many friends in this city of Miss
TeressaHemplewill be pleased to hear
that she has been re-elected to the im
portant position of grand recorder of
the Degree of Honor lodge,
John Young this morning appeared
oerore Judge Vrcner and bad a war
rant sworn out for the arrest of Charles
Manners, charging bim with assault.
Both parties reside at Murray.
Why experiment on yourself with
remedies of doubtful utility when vou
fnn trot rh.mhorl.;.,. lnoh Tfm.
t,-- " ""6" j I
which has stood the test of time?
Twenty-five years, sale and use have
proven that remody to bo a prompt
and certain cure for colds. It will
cure a cold in a day if taken as soon a
the cold has been contracted and be
fore it has settled in the system. Sold
by all druggists.
A eood inoklnr '
none ana poor look-
Inn harness to the
w.Mit lr I r..1 rt m. mm.
horse look better, but makra the If
leather soft and tillable, nuts It In eon- II
anion to last twice as long
as 11 orainaruy wouia. i
. Bala cry whr In an ml 1
un. MM By
A Laughing Success.
On Monday evening1 the Irving
Pian Vi a-rrr ro n r In A T? una ara t? X7 1 f I
M. VU VU VVUIUI1J KU aabSWJ V T a I
will be the attraction at White's opera
house. Manager White promises us a
revelation in the line of comedy. This
play has proven a laughing 6ucces9 for
the past five seasons. All the parts
are admirably sustained, as special
care has been taken in procuring noth
ing but the best talent. A number of
clever and up-to-date specialties are
continually introduced during the ac
tion of the play, at.d between acts they
will introduce all the latest novelties,
giving a cominuou
s performance at
popular prices, 10, 20 and 30 cents.
mi a A r.A A ml I
ladiea freo the opening night only. If
icmmninicil hv an escort with one
paia 3U cePi UCKet"
uh.11 uri II u fnr llpmlprl T
..n . u.. .'
Thunnoatlnn urises in the family
everyday. Iet us answer it today
Try Jell O, a delicious dessert. Pre
" . . TJ .i,iT
Add hot water and set to cool. Flavors
Imon, orange, raspberry and straw
berrv. At your grocers, iu cts.
Invitations are out announcing the
forthcoming carriage of Philip Horn
and Miss Teressie Fight, two of Cass
count's prominent aDd most highly re
spected young people. Tbe -happy
event will occur on October 10 at the
home of the bride's parents near Eight
I A strong roan
without confidence is
In the distiict court of Cass county, Nebraska.
Lorenzo D. Curtis
Joshua Brown. Jairus E. Neal.
inn H. Filnn iz VVillit..., T I iU I 1( t
Eaton. Mta William T. fcaton.
Simon F. Eaton. Alice Eaton
and Frederick Eatoo. et al.
Joshua Brown, Jairus E. Neal. Adam Davis.
V illiam T. Eaton. Simeon F. Eaton and Fred
erick baton will take notice that on the 8th day
of September. A. D.. 1900. Lorenzo D. Curtis,
plaintiff herein, filed his petition in the district
court of Cass county, Nebraska, against said de
fendants, the object and prayer of which was to
quiet the title to the following-described real es
tate, to-wit: Lots one (I) and two (2). being the
north halt ol the northwest quarter, and frac
tional lot three (3, nil of section four tO. in
township ten I lo, north of range fouiteen 14,
east, in Cass county. Nebraska, as against said
defendants herein named, bv reason of it iDtwar-
iugof record that they, and each of them, claim
to nave some title and lien in and to said real
estate, aud parts thereof, and that the plaintiff
aud his grantors have been in the open, actual,
notorious, exclusive, adverse, continuous and
peaceable possession of said land for more than
I ten years prior to the time of tiling his petition,
I and each of said defendants be forever enjoined
from ever having or claiming any right, title or
interest, either legal or equitaDle. tn or to any
part of said land, and that judgment may be en
tered confirming piaintin s title in and to said
land, aud each and every part thereof, and the
same be declared free and clear from all claims
held by any of the said defendants, and for
ou are reuuired to answer Bald net
ou are required to answer said petition on or
I before the 29th dav of October. A. D-. 1H0U.
I haoH ikii viih i. i .ni.mu, a it lonn
LORENZO L. CUR US.
O. A. Kawls.
A. J. Graves.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
First pub Sept 18-4
In County Court. Cass Countv. Nebraska.
In the matter ot the estate of Thomas Kankin.
Catherine W. Rankin. Kate R. Imbrie. ToseDh
A. Kankin, Mattie 11. Kyerson. same M. Kankin,
Mary I.. Rankin. E. W. Rankin. Millie I) Mont
gomery, Annie r. McMillan. Kate M. Campbell.
Jean M. Hodgins. Lillie E. Brown, Jesse K.
Montgomery and all other persons interested in
said matter, take notice that on the 25th day ol
September, a. D. itfuu, Joseph A. Kankin
filed a petition in said court, alleging
that Thomas Rankin, late of said county, died
intestate at Murray, in said countv. on the 7th
day of July. A. D..1&94. leaving an estate situated
in said county, ol about the value ot 11.100. and
praying that Letters of Administration be
granted to Joseph A. Kankin. You and each of
you are notified that a hearing will be had on
said petition at the County Court room in Platts
mouth, in said county, on the -0th day of Octo
ber, A. D.. 1900. at 10 o'clock a. m.. and that if
you fail to appear and contest said petition, the
prayer tnereol may De granted, and Letters of
Administration in said es'ate issued to Joseph
A. Rankin, or some other suitable person, and
proceed to a settlement thereof.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court at
riattsniouin. Nebraska, this "th dav ot fceDtem-
ber. j. tJ., ihuo. i. t. iiouglass.
Jveal J County Judge.
-"irst pub Sept 25
In the district court of Cass county, Nebraska.
Empkie-Shugart Co., ai
Zimry 11- Spencer. Car-
rie E. Spencer, et al. I
The defendants. Zimrv II. SDencer and Carrie
c. SDencer. will take notice that on the Win dav
oi September. isio. r.mpkie-nugart t o., a cor
poration, the plaintiff hied its pe'itiou in the dis
trict court of Cass county. .Nebraska, against
imry ii. spencer, uarne t. ;pencer and l. 11.
YViedeman. the obiect and braver ot which oeti-
lion are to have set aside and held for nauerht
the conveyance from Zinirv II Spencer and Car
rie E. Stencer to li. H. Wiedeman of the east
one-hall of lot ten UU) in block thirty (30.) city of
1'iaiismouin. uass county. Nebraska, and to
have set aside and held for naught the conveyance
from G. H. Wiedeman and Mary Wiedeman to
CjarriA K. SnftnCM nf thf. Afrtrairi nrnnprtv flnrl
1 met of plaintiff's claim aeai
I in the sum of S38.ai. and costs of suit taxed at
I the sum of $fL8. and Interest on said claim at
the rate of 10 per cent per annum from the -1st
dav of February, lxiy .
ou are required to answer said retitlon on or
before the l?tli day ot November, 1PJU.
By O. S. Polk, its attorney.
First publication October 2-4
Articles of Incorporation.
Notice is hereby given that The Murray State
Bank of Murray. Nebraska, has been incorpor
ated for the purpose of transacting a banking
business tuommerciaij .
The authorized capital stock of this corpora
tion is Five thousand dollars, fully paid up. The
highest indebtedness oi this corporation shall
not exceed two-thirds of the paid up capital.
(except deposits). I his corporation shall beg
business on the First dav of September. 1W00. ai
shall terminate on the First dav of September.
WM- 1 he principal place ol business ol this cer-
r.ora,,"u """ ay u e v-ouniy 01
L.il t . . .1 . .
tjass, state 01 Nebraska.
E. B. Finney,
R, E. Finney,
First publication September 7-4.
Benjamin A. Gibson. TJIarence E. Tefft. and
uarrie lent, and others interested, are hereby
notified that on the lth day of January. 1M99, 1,
the undersigned, purchased al private sale from
the county treasuier ol Cass county, Nebraska.
Iu ,?"VX?-cn?.,9V,M' "uf,ei.,n
. it, , . . . .
braska, namely: Lot number one (1) and lot
v.f " "i""K - v,a .uuui,. .
number two 12). In block numbered tittv-one (M.
rhich was duly sold and bought lor the delin
quent tax 01 the year istfi, and 1 have paid the
taxes tor the subsequent vears ot lsns and 1W9
Said real estate was assessed and taxed in the
name of B. A. Gibson. The time for the re
demption of said premises will expire on the
lyth day 01 lanuarv. ltfui. . Persons interested
will govern them-elves accordingly.
Dated September zist. two.
. The Season Is Plow Open T
Place your order for your fall Suit or Overcoat.
We have in stock the most up-to-date Woolens to select
from. We employ only journeymen tailors and place
the union label on your garments if 3Tou so desire.
J. C. PTAK, The
A BOON TO MANKIND!
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A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL! PILES, WITHOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
Tubes, bv Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, 60 Cents.
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F. G. Fricke & Co.
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1TOH JS TORTUnS,
Eczema is caused by an acid humor in
the blood coming iu contact with the
skin and producing great redness and in
flammation ; little pustular eruptions fornt
and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which
dries and scales off ; sometimes the skin ia
hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any
form is a tormenting, stubborn disease,
and the itching and burning at times are
almost unbearable: tbe acid burning
humor seems to coze out and set the skin
on fire. Salves, washes nor other exter
nal applications do any real good, for as
long as the poison remains in the blood
it will keep the skin irritated.
DAD FORM OF TETTER.
"For three years I
bad Tetter on my
hands, which caused
them to swell to twice
their natural size. Part
of the time the disease
was in the form of run
ning aorea. vrrv nain.
ful, and causing me
much discomfort. Four
doctor said the Tetter
had progressed too far
to be cured, aud they
could do nothing for
me. I took only three
bottles of t. S. S. and 7
was completely cured. L
- uunu JCIII - li -
ago, and I have never '
cf. ' 'Aai
since seen any sign of my old trouble." Mas.
L- B. Jackson, 1414 McC.ee St., Kansas City, Mo.
S. S. S. neutralizes this acid ooison.
cools the blood and restores it to a healthy,
natural state, and the rouch. unhealthy
skin becomes soft, smooth and clear.
cures Tetter, Ery
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) diseases due to a pois
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blood. Send for our book and write us
about vour case. Our rilivKiriana )min
made these diseases a life study, and can
help you by their advice ; we make no
charge for this service. All correspondence
is conducted in strictest confidence.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. OA.
To Elizabeth I. Cooper, non-resident defendant:
You are hereby not i tied that the county of Cass,
in the state of Nebraska, on the 24th day of Sep
tember, 1VHX). hied its petition in the district
court of Cass county against you impleaded with
Jacob Vallery, jr., the object and prayer of which
petition is to foreclose liens for taxes levied and
delinquent for state, county, city and school pur
poses for the years in lWi to lttift), inclusive,
against lots 5 and 0, block 63. Plattsmouth, Cass
county. Nebraska, and being as follows: In J,
$-JS.Su; 1HK1. i0.K; 1S4. VZl 44; 1H.
S Ju.29: 196. SIS.09: 1W7. 2UM: 189W, 1)1.14: inM.
$30. OH. and amounting with interest to date
of tiling petition to SiVi.W--'; to have the Interests
of all defendants adjudged junior to plaintiff's
lien on said property; to foreclose all deleodants
of all right of redemption in said property, to
sell said property to satisfy said taxes and for
You are required to answer said petition on or
before Monday, the 5th day of November. A. Ii..
lwio T11 r County of Cass,
By its attomey. Jesse L. Root.
First pub September 2.V4
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska. I . , . .
Cass County. wul"'
In the matter ol the estate of Joshua Gapen de
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the administrator ot said es
tate, before me, county judge of Cass county,
Nebraka, at the county court room in Platts
mouth in said county, on the i:ith day of Novem
ber. A. !., 1900, and on the 15tb day of April. Wul.
at 9 o'clock a. m, each day for the purpose of pre
senting their claims for examination, adjustment
and allowance. Six months are allowed for the
nd allowance, six months are ofd lor the
creditors of said deceased to present their claims
and one year for the administrator to settle said
estate, from the 13th day of October. IMiO
Witness my hand and seal of said county
court at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this 15th day ol
ISEAL.J J. t. IMJUULAS-S.
First publication September 1S-4
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska, )
Cass Countv. f s
In County Court In the matter of the estate of
wiiuam Wallace Hull, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the executor of said estate be
fore me. county judge of Cass county, Nebraska,
at the county court room in Plattsmouth in said
county, on the 2tth day of October, A. D. 1MJU,
and on the 1st day of April, luol, at 9 o'clock a.
ni.. each dav for the purpose of presenting- their
claims for examination, adjustment and allow
ance. six months are allowed Ior the creditors
of said deceased to present their claims and one
year for the executor to settle said estate, from
the 29th day of September. I9t)0-
witness my hand the seal 01 said county court
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 4th day ol Sep
ISeal J. E. Douglass, County. Judge,
'irst publication September 4-4.
COR SALE OR TRADE I will sell cheap, or
trade for good farm lands, mv two-story brick
buildimr 100 feet deep: also the two-story frame
wivbiii uk si'uj. uu v auaj oi wvaai uu ai wa sm
Itsrallinnr ktioa rw Vina ar-AA Vtf-li nrnnarfiaa in
Plattsmouth and in good repair. Mrs. Emily
i)rew. 3112 Alarcv street. Omaha. Neb.
Fred Sorter and wife from Northern
Iowa are visiting in tbe city with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lieberthal. Fred is an old Platts
mouth cigarmaker and may conclude
to locate here.
Plattsmouth Phone X0
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