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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT
NOV. 13, 1896.
Eimetalllsm Emerges From the
Contest Stronger Than
CILVEH WILL. YET TBIUMPH,
All Club Urged to Continue Their
Work, Hold Meetings and
' ature. -
Mr. Bryan's Address.
Mr. Bryan gave out to the press re
presentatives at noou today the follow
"To the Bimetallists of the United
States: "Conscious that millions of
loyal hearts are saddened by temporary
defeat, I beg to offer a word of hope and
encouragement. No cause erer bad sup.
porters more brave.earnest and devoted
than those who have espoused the cause
of bimetallism. They bare fought from
conviction, and have fought with all
the zeal which conviction inspires.
Events will prove whether they are right
or wrong. Having done their duty as
they saw it, they have nothing to regret:
The republican candidate has been
heralded as the advance agent of pros
perity. If bis poiitices bring real pros
perity to the American people, those
who opposed him will share in that pros
perity. If, on the other band, his
policies prove an injury to the people
generally, those of his supporters who do
not belong to the office holding class, or
to the privileged classes, will suffer in
common with those who opposed him.
The friends of bimetallism have not been
vanquished; they have simply been over
come. They believe that the gold stand
ard is a conspiracy of the money
changers against the welfare of the hu
man race, and until convinced of their
error they will .continue the warfare
'The contest has been waged this year
under great embarrassments and
against great odds. For the first time
during this generation public Attention
has been centered upon the money ques
tion as the paramount Issue, and this
baa been done in spite of all attempts
apon the part of our opponents to pre
vent it. The republican convention held
out the delusive hops of international
bimetallism, while : republican leaders
labored secretly for gold monometallism.
Gold standard democrats have publicly
advocated the election of the Indianapo
lis ticket, while they labored secretly for
the election of the republican ticket.
The trusts and corporations have tried
to excite a fear of lawlessness, while they
themselves have been defying the law,
and Ameiican financiers have boasted
that they were the custodians of nation
al honor while they were secretly barter
ing away the nation's financial inde
pendence. "But in spite of the efforts of the ad
ministration and its supporters; in spite
of the threats of money loanera at home
and abroad; in spite of the coercion
practiced bjr corporate employers; in
spite of trusts and syndicates; in spite of
an enormous republican campaign fund,
and in spite of the influence of a hostile
daily press, bimetallism has almost
triumphed in its first great fight. The
loss of a few states, and that too by
very small pluralities, has defeated bi
metallism for the present, but bimetal
lism emerges from the contest stronger
than it was tour months ago.
"I desire to commend the work of the
three national committees which have
joined in the management of this cam
paign. Co-operation between the mem
bers of distinct political organizations is
always difficult, but it has been less so
'this year than usual. Interest in a com
mon cause of great importance has re
duced friction to a minimum. I hereby
express my personal gratitude to the in
dividual members, as well as the ex
ecutive officers, of the national com
mittee of the democratic, populist and
silver parties for their efficient, untiring
and unselfish labors. They have laid
the foundation for future success and
will be remembered as pioneers when
victory is at last assured.
"No personal or political friend need
grieve because of my defeat. My ambi
tion has been to secure immediate legis
lation, rather than to enjoy the honors
of office, and therefore defeat brings to
me no feeling of personal loss. Speaking
!? t b i! who has shared ray labors,
as well as for myself, I desire to say that
we have been amply repaid for all that
we have done. In the love of millions of
our fellow citizens, so kindlv expressed:
in knowledge gained by personal contact
with tne people and in broadened sym
pathies we find full compensation for
- whatever efforts we have put forth. Our
hearts have been touched by the devo
tion of friends and our lives shall prove
our appreciation of the affection of the
plain people an affection which we prise
as the richest reward which this cam
paign has brought,
'in the face of an enemy reioicinc in
its victory let the roll be called for the
next engagement and urge all friends of
bimetallism to renew their allegiance to
the cause. If we are right, as I believe
we are, we shall yet triumph. Until con
vinced of his error, let each advocate of
bimetallism continue the work. Let all
silver clubs retain their organization,
bold regular meetings and circulate
literature. Our opponents have suc
ceeded in this campaign and mustnow put
moir taeonen 10 me test, instead 01 talk
ing mysteriously about "sound money"
and an "honest dollar" they must now
elaborate and defend a financial system.
very step taicen by them should be
publicly considered by the silver clubs.
Our canse has prospered most where the
money question has been longest dis
cussed among the people. During the
next four years it will be studied all over
ti.is nation even more than it has been
studied in the past. The year 1900 is
not far away. Before that year arrives
international bimetallism will cease to
rohr; before that year arrives those
ioiive called themselves gold stand
f - Cxaoerats will become bimetallists
t 1 1 with us, or they will become
r irs and be open enemies;
I r tiat year arrives trusts
v-lfcxvs convinced still more people
that a trust is a menace to private wel
fare and to public safety; before that
year arrives the evil effects of a gold
standard will be even more evident than
they are now and the people, then ready
to demand an American financial policy
for the American people, will 10m with
us in the immediate restoration of the
free and unlimited coinage of gold and
silver at the present legal ratio of 16 to
1 without waiting for the aid or consent
of any other nation.
W. J. Bbyan.
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A book on cause and cure of Piles will
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Repniten, But Not Conquered.
Mr. Bryan's address to the bimetallists
of the United States given to the press
yesterday afternoon is bringing a prompt
response from all portions of the coun
try, and telegrams are pouring in upon
him, apprising him of the determination
of the adherents of the silver canse to
keep up the fight during tbe coming
Tbe request of a representative of The
Post for permission to see some of these
telegrams this morning was granted.
Chas. Uildea, president, and 1). J.
Gordon, secretary, wire "The Iroquois
club of Sah Francisco sent greeting and
congratulation upon the most brilliant
canvass ever made by a candidate for
president. Though repulsed, the forces
of industrial, financial and other reforms
are not conquered or discouraged. The
cause of truth and right must prevail.
With you as leader we will march to
victory in 1900."
The Decatur Free Silver club of Deo
atur, Ind., telegraphs: "Congratulations
upon your magnificent campaitrn. We
continue the fight just begun and are
witn you in iuu."
W. N. Brown, president of the organ
ization, wires from Memphis. Tenn.:
The Central Bimetallic League here
have read your noble address to the
American people and are organized for a
four years campaign under our heroic
leader, w. J. Uryan."
Lhas. P. Salen, president of tbe as
sociation, sends greetings as follows:
The Bryan association of the Cuya
hoga county tonight organized per
manently and entered the arena for
1900 with you as standard bearer."
A telegram from West Lynn. Mass..
sent this moruing, and bearing tbe sig
nature 01 tne "Lynn People's farty
Club," says: "We congratulate you
most heartily on your magnificent cam
paign against the organized plutocracy
pt the country, and stand ready and anx
ious to continue under your leadership
10 a M-iumpuanG outcome."
J. K. f inley telegraphs from Louisville.
Ky., "Forty students of the Louisville
Presbyterian theological seminary send
you congratulations on tbe gallant fight
you have made for thecause of humanity
and assure you of hearty support four
A telegram signed "Citizens of San
Juan County, Colorado," sent last night
worn Diiverion, loio-, says: "Tne peo
pie of San Juan county send to you
their heartfelt thanks for your noble
work in the cause of humanity and the
restoration of bimetallism at the ratio
of 16 to 1. We feel confident that a
cause as just as ours will ever increase
in the hearts of true Americans and that
the labor thus far extended will ere long
bear the fruits it so justly deserves. Our
county in the banner state of the union
only cast fifteen votes, out of fifteen
hundred, for the gold standard party.
We want you, as our standard bearer
H. H. Gouchenor: chairman of the
free silver forces of Green county, Tenn..
telegraphs from Greenville: ''Although
defeated you will go down in history as
the greatest man of your time. We hare
reorganized our silver club and pledge
you our support in 1900. Nothing but
death can keep you out of the presidency
four years from now. God bless you."
There were many teletrrams from oer-
sonal admirers. A. Apostole. a Greek.
telegraphs from Pensacola, Ela.: "A
Grecian supporter salutes you. Leon
idas memory lives. His enemies are
buried in oblivion." '
Alva Adams sends from Pueblo. Col..
his conviction that "Your defeat is the
people's loss more than your own. The
cause 01 Dimetauism lives and you
must hold the banner until victory
Senator J. C. S. Blackburn wires
from Versailles, Ky.: "Though in defeat,
you are still the foremost man of your
Many of the telegrams were of such a
personally flattering nature that they
were withheld from the press at Mr.
Bryan's suggestion, and there were sev
eral proffers of salaries for services of
various characters, some of these involv
ing sums even more pretentious than the
one from Siegel, Cooper & Co., to which
reference has been made in these colums.
Rfpans Tabules : at drugsists.
Am InfluUhed right.
The great struggle of 1896 over tbe
presidency of the United States and tbe
control and direction of governmental
policies is over, and tbe dauntless cham
pion of the cause of free silver baa re
linquished bis claims upon the highest
office in the gift of the people in tbe same
chivalrio spirit ia which he took up tbe
free silver standard and sought heroic
ally against unprecedented odds to bear
it to victory. At the proper time and
in tbe proper manner and spirit he has
conceded the election of Major McKin
ley. ; ,
It was about 8 o'clock last evening
that word came over the wires from
Chicago that Senator James K. Jones,
chairman of the democratic national
committee, had given up the fight. Re
presentatives of the press were the first
to bear the news to Mr. Bryan, who,
with Mrs. Bryan, was out walking, seek
ing relaxation from the confinement to
which he has been subjected during the
ordeal. Hon. A. R. Talbot, Mr. Bryan's
law partner, was present in the parlor
wnen tne news was imparted to Mr.
Bryan, who declined to submit to as
interview or give out any statement un
til formally apprised of the condition of
affairs by Senator Jones. A half hour
was wbiied away in pleasant conversa
tion oy tne party,
inere was nothing emotional in tne
deportment of Mr. Bryan.in the interim
Me was as calm and unruffled as is bis
wont and as genial and companionable.
It apparently costbim no effort to look
defeat squarely and manfully in the face,
and bis bearing toward those around
him was In no way changed from that of
the sanguine moments of bis long and
unprecedentedly energetic and able cam
paign. Neither, did Mrs. Bryan mani
fest the slightest embarrassment or
pique over the situation. Both pre
served the kindly good cheer and humor
that has endeared them to the press
representatives who have followed them
through all of their exhilarating expe
riences since the Chicago convention.
When at 8:30 a messenger boy arrived
aud the fateful message from Senator
Jones was handed Mr. Bryan, he turned
from its perusal to tbe newspaper repre
sentatives' and remarked: "You may
say that the election of McKinley is con
ceded, and I will issue a statement to
Seating himself at his desk, he at once
began the preparation of a message to
his late antagonist. Major McKinley.
Mrs. Bryan leaning over his shoulder as
he wrote. Once during its preparation a
remark from one of tbe party prompted
him to desist long enough to relate a
humorous story. Then he completed the
aiBpaicn, wuicu was as iouows:
Hon. William McKinley. Canton. O.
Senator Jones has just informed me that
tne returns indicate your election and 1
hasten to extend my congratulations.
We have submitted the issues to the
American people and their will ie law.
; .. v. v VV, J. BBYAN.
When he had handed the above to the
messenger boy the conversation was re
sumed in the same pleasant vein, but
when one of the press representatives in
quired whether or not the result of the
election was disastroas to the free coin
age cause Mr. Bryan remarked sug
gestively that "the fight has just com
No reply had been received today from
Major McKinley at noon today.
Senator Jones' Manifesto.
Chicago, Nov. 5.-Ch airman Jones for
mally conceded the defeat of William J.
Bryan tonight, aud made his last presi
dential campaign statement to the pub
lic. The free silver standard was really
lowered late last night, so far as the
election of 1896 is concerned, when ad
vices were received at headquarters from
West Virginia conceding the electoral
vote of that state to McKinley, but it
was decided not to make a public an
nouncement of the fact until today.
In the meantime Governor Stone ar
rived in Chicago from Missouri in re
sponse to Senator Jones' telegram. The
national committeeman, with the gov
ernor and Committeeman Campau, were
in conference this evening in the sena
tor's room. At its conclusion the follow
ing statement was given to the public:
"The result of the presidential election
is apparently no longer in doubt. It has
been one of tbe closest contests that the
people have been called on to determine
in recent years. We have claimed the
election on our advices from states that
were admittedly in doubt, in which we
knew that there had been many frauds,
from which there were evidences of tam
pering with the returns. It seems now
to be apparent that while Mr. Bryan,
after making the most brilliant cam
paign in the history oi our country, has
carried most of the states claimed to be
doubtful, has nut carried enough to se
cure his success in the electoral college.
Bryan electors have been chosen in all
the states south of the Potomac and
unio, except west Virginia, and all those
i , -n . - .. ..
wi "imsouri except uaiiiornia .
and Oregon. He has 190 electoral votes
and this number may be increased by
. . .. -
nnai returns irom states yet in question.
- "Thus this remarkable campaign
closes with the election of Wm. McKinley.
The result was brought about by every
kind of coercion and intimidation on the
part of the money power, including
threats of lockouts and dismissals and
impending starvation; by the employ
ment of by far the largest campaign
fund ever used in this country and by the
subornation of a large number of Ameri
can newspapers. The president-elect and
his party are under pledge to the Ameri-
can people to continue the gold standard
ana oj 11s operation to restore pros
perity to this country. As chief execu
tive Mr. McKinley will have the cordial
support of the millions of patriotic
Americans who bave cast their votes
for William Jennings Bryan. They
bow to the majesty of the office and
abide by the result with none of the
mutterings that would have come from
the money power had it been unsuccess
ful. They are confident that the gold
standard cannot give the promised pros
perity, but will gladly welcome it if it
comes. They will continue the great
struggle for the uplifting of humanity
and to the maintenance of the dignity
of our country in the establishment of
an American monetary system. And
the democratic party, aided by its pres
ent allies will still uplift the bimetallic
standard and bear it on to victory.
James K. Jomcs,
Chairman Democratic National Com
mittee. . . . '
The best meal to be bad in Lincoln for
ten cents is at Mrs. Lillard's restaurant
at 1026 P street. Try it once and be
THEY ARE SORE, OH NO
How State Chairman Post's Left
Ear Must Tingle theae Cool
November Days. '
HOW THEY MUST HIM.
Republicans Lay All the Blame On
that Gentleman's Shoulders
For their Defeat.
Some of the Causes.
If State Chairman Post of the republi
can central committee has a peculiar
tingling sensation about his left ear
these days it can all be attributed to the
fact that there is a vast army of petty
would-be office holders and appointees
in this city who nave seemingly taken
much satisfaction in placing the chair
man in the oven, and turning aim over suf
ficiently often to roant him to a dark
brown. These chaps lay all the blame
upon the chairman for the overwhelming
defeat of the state ticket They claim
that it was rank mismanagement on his
part from tbe moment he assumed com
maud of the campaign until tbe very
dawn of election day. in snort "Mr,
Post was worse than a wooden man,'
some of the disappointed ones assert,
ana tne, ticket would nave polled a
larger vote if Mr. Post had been in Sand
"We were outgenerald by those d
pops and democrats at every turn of the
road asserted one of the sure-enough
appointees of Governor "Jack ' MacColl,
"Why tbe very fact that he permitted
every window in the state capitol to be
bedecked with McKinley aud Hobart
pictures" was a most glaring piece oi in
discretion "bewailed tbe infuriated gold
bug," because it only tended to incite
the popocrats to harder work. That
very thins in itself lost us 500 votes aud
I know it."
Another man, an attorney, an old
politician and one who has been devot
ing the major portion of his time during
the past two months to stumping tbe
state in behalf of the Canton candidate
and "Jack" MacColl poured out his tale
of woe thus:
The time is past when the republicans
of the state of Nebraska can put Jacks
and Toms up for office aud expect to
elect them governors. While of course 1
am sorry that we did not carry the state
ticket, and particularly the head of the
ticket. I am frank to confess that it has
served the party just right, and in a
measure I am glad. Judge Hay ward
would have swept the state for the re
publican ticket and whyintbedevJI didn't
th'e republicans have foresight to place
him in nomination? Why didn't they, 1
say? Why, they were blankety-biauk
fools and needed just such a lesson as
they have now received to knock a little
sense into them."
"Another feature which probably had
more to do with the defeat of the ticket
than any other one thing can be classed
under the general head of deceit, chimed
in another sore head who had bad a
good fat position under governor
"Jack" MacColl all but in bis grasp.
"The placing of the Palmer and Buck
ner ticket on the official ballot turned
many a vote away from us, as every
honest republican as well as everybody
else knew perfectly well that it was
simply an attempt to win the election
by low and underhanded methods and
there are some honest republicans in
this state who resent such tactics. That
Bill Dech affair in the Fourth district
was not calculated to inspire the friend
liest of feeling towards the ticket and as
might have been expected that scheme
failed also. Why, in Stromsbnrg Bill
only got two votes, all the rest voted
the straight republican ticket. He only
got two votes in Osceola and so it went.
And take it in Albert Watkins' ward,
not a single vote was cast for the Pal
mer and Buck ner ticket. What do you
think of that?"
"Tom Cooke's coarse piece of work in
trying to bribe Poynter with $ 1,000,"
he continued, "was another factor which
contributed to our defeat and such
things don't go down any more. They
should never have been permitted and
Chairman Post deserves to be scored for
authorizing such dirty work. Theoniy
way that the republican party in this
state cam inspire confidence is by being
fair, square and honest. I'll have to ad-
Ul U Vliav fcMUKTO V VI .V luiusko MB w
mif thaf thaaa '. vaitf th intra Bra
these very tnmgs are wnat
elected the fusion ticket. That forged
utter sent to the populists throughout
the state purporting to be signed by
Chairman Edmisten was too frosty on
its face and I do "not believe that it in
fluenced a single vote our way. On the
contrary it killed us in various ecincts
to my positive knowledge.".
Tbe above and similar expressions can
be heard every day now, on the streets,
in hotel lobbies and elsewhere. The re
publican party in Nebraska is a veritable
party of soreheads and there are no sorer
soreheads than that trio of papers, the
Journal, tbe Call and News. Wow, but
they are sore.
DON'T WORRY about your health.
Keep your blood pure by taking Hood's
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ate. DECLINED THE OFBER.
Mr. Bryan Will Not Attend to Siegel,
Cooper ft Co's Business.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 6. Mr. Bryan to
day sent the following repl y to a tele-
gram from Messrs. Siegel, Cooper A Co.
of Chicago offering him f 25,000 a year
to attend to the law business of the
During the next four years t expect to
devote as much time as possible to the
advocacy of bimetallism, and therefore
cannot consider the proposition made
by you. I appreciate the confidence
which your offer implies.
W. J. Bryan.
He roused the dormant to attack
The citidels of vested wrong;
He drove the perjured traitors back
Into the ranks where they belong.
And from the darkness of despair
His valor bade the hopeful rise
And view the dawn oi freedom where
Tbe sua of Justice tinged the skies. 1
No coronet was ever worn
So regal as the diadem
With which a people yet unborn
Will crown the work he did for them.
No scepter yet has ever won
The admiration which our race
Will yield to this distinguished son
Whose heart is filled with God-like
grace. Habbt CDowd.
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LAMB ft ADAM'S
Attorney." at Law, Lincoln Keb.
Benjamin A. Gibson, Joseph
M. Beardsley. Jonathan
Chase, John D. Pershing-,
James Barr Ames, Edward
uicott, executor oi the last
mil and testament of George
Ulcott, deceased, Frances 0.
Kaulkner. as asslcnee of the
Connecticut Rlrer Savlnirs
Dank, the Connecticut Rlrer
National Bank a coraora-
tion. l'ufllio Andrew Helmvr.
I harlenE. Holmes. Defendants
will take notice that on the 24th day of October,
IX 6. Alexander S. Porter, plaintiff herein. Hied
his petition In the District Conrt of Lancaster
C.-unt.v, Nebraska, against eaid defendants anil
others, the object and prayer of which are to de
clare the following described property: Blocks
one (1) and two (2) Lincoln View Annex. Lot
elftht (8) block three (8) Kinney's O Street Ad
dition to Lincoln. Tbe southeast quarter (Ul
of tbe southwest quarter (W) of section eleven
( 11 ). township ten (10), range six (6), 'east of th
tit It f. hi. Lot one (1).- block thirty-six (36) in
the city of Lincoln, blocks five 15) and six (U ft
Lincoln View and blocks seven 7 and eight 8
Lincoln View. The west one-half (Hr of the
northwest quarter (14) of southwest anarter (Vil
of Hiiut beast q" srtr(i4)of north went quartet (Hi
of thHoutbw.st quarter(4 lot section eleven (11),
townemp ten, iiuj ranee six () east of tbe It
P. M. all In Lancaster County. Nebraska Hntilect
to the lien of a balance dne upon a Jndnnieut ob
tained b.v Alexander S. Porter vs. Benjamin .
(HiKOH, JoHeph M. BeardHley and Jonathan
Chaw, a transcript of which was filed with tit
Cler of the l)lntri t Court of Lancaster Couni.v.
Nebraska, on the th day of June 18I, tor tlu
Hum of about f l,8-i0.5 to obtain the direcrbui 01
1 Be Dixt li t Court that the sheriff proceed to cell
the ettme n .xevution already levied upon mud
p -oi-riy an 1 to loreclose andexc-lnde the abnve
mm d delHiidnnta from all interest In tbe euuie.
or any purt thereof
Vim arc oquired to answer said pet.tlon on or
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IM THE DISTRICT COURT OF LANCASTER
COUNTY, NEBRASKA. A
Wllliam Macon, Plaintiff, vs.
et al, defendants.
The defendants. Nimrod B.
Lewis, first and real name unknown, will
notice that on the 18th, day of Anvnst.
William Macon. Dlaintiff. filed a petition In th
district court of Lancaster county, Nebraska,
against Nimrod B. Holt, Litsle 8. Thackera,
Mary D. Thackera Lewis, first and real
name unknown, B. B. Owlnn, first and real name
unknown, the object and- prayer of which are to
foreclose a certain mortgage executed by the de
fendant, Nimrod B. Holt to the Lombard Invest
ment Co., and duly assigned by the Lombard)
Investment Co., to this plaintiff upon lot one.
(1), of Gould's subdivision of lot Ave, (5), in the
southwest quarter, (S. W. ) of section thirty
six. (36), township ten (10). north of range six.
(8), in tbe county of Lancaster and state of Ne
braska to secure the payment of one promissory
note, dated September 96, 18M In tbe sum or
seven hundred fifty ($750,00) aad one eonpon note
of same date in tbe sum of twenty-two 60-100 (S23-,
60) the principal note payable and due five year
after date and the eonpon note became due and
payable April 1st, 1805, each drawing 10 per cent
Interest from time due. That there Is now dne
and payable on said notes and mortgages the
sum of eight hundred fifty -four 31-100 ($854.
31), and plaintiff prays tor a decree of foreclosure .
and sale of said premises.
too are required to answer said petition on or
before the 16th day of November, 1886.
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21 - By Mockett A Polk, his Attys.
Wm. Lease Attorney at Law. y
SHERIFF SALE. S
Notice Is hereby given that by virtu re of aa
order of sale Issued by the clerk of the district
conrt of the third Judicial district of Nebraska,
within and ior Lancaster county In an action
wherein th Building and Loan Association of
Dakota Is plaintiff, and Kurt H. WUI, et al de
fendants, I will at 3 o'clock p. m. on the 10th
day of November A. D. 1896 at the east door of
the court bouse in the city of Lincoln. Lancaster
county. Nebraska, offer for sale at public auctloa
tbe following described real estate to-wit.Lot
number twenty (30), W. W. Holmes second sab
division, located on part of the northeast quar
ter of the southeast quarter of section thirty
five (85). townshiD ten (10) north, ranaw six. 6
east of the 6th P. M. In Lancaster county. Ne
Given under mv hand this Tth dav of October
A.D.18D6. JOHN J. TROMPEN.
Attorney at Law, Linooln, Heb.
Notice is hereby ji ven, that by virtue of aa
order of sale Issued by the clerk of the district
court of the Third Judicial district of Nebraska,
wltnln and for .ancaetr county, in an action
wherein the Woonsovket Institution for savings
is plaintiff, and Mora K. Grimes et al.,defendanta
Will at 3 O'clock o. m. on the lt rim nf
December, A, D. 1886, at the east door of the-
eourt bouse. In the city of Lincoln. Lancaster
eountv, Nebraeka, offer for sate at Dnblic auctloa
the following described real entnte to-wit:
Lots one '11. two (21. thrt-a 1 .11 nml fonr 141. in
Lincoln La-d Company's subdivision of lots one
(II and two (2), in block one hundred and four -(104).
In the eltv of Lincoln. Lannutar ennnttr.
Given Under mv hand 28th rlav nf Oatnnar.
A. D., 1886. JOHN TROMPEN,
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Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will ba
received no to November 31. 1886. at 12 m at the,
office of the county clerk of Keya Paha county
(or the construction of an 80 foot combination
brldve acrose tbe Keya Paha river on the sec
tion Hue between section 16 and 17 township 84
auue 17. r-a.d bridge to be in conformity to
nn und specifications now on die In tbe offlca
ot the count 1 clerk ol said county. Bridge to be
paid (or in lt0i) bridge warrants,
H. L. MUIsy,
2 County Clerk.
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