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Nov. 19, 1806.
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
Fill) TBI! ALL iT
(War.' Jackaoaian Club FnrgiBS
T. HamdsMVtn nf PnU-
to ascertain the name of member of
this club who have violated the consti
tution and bylaws as above set forth
and report said names forthwith.
The committee prepared a liet of forty
name against whom a charge ofcon
duct unbecoming members of the -6os'.&a
cisb sas preferr-d, d Ed r.
Smith and I. J. Dunn were Oirecwa to
prepare formal charge and prosecute
the same before a meeting of the clu to
be held December 12. The list DllP
ted include A. J. Sawyer and Tobias
Cator of tbi city; T.J. Maboney.rranK
tt.ii 11 a 11 . fi X H mM
rMm C"M"- anl vnt.XiA v(artin. all of Omaha; D. P.
Omaha, Nov. 15. The political for be- Rolfe. Nebraska City, and Judge Craw-
gaa to fly Saturday evening when the 'Xi region wa enlivened by
Jackaonlanclub.oneofthe local demo. . nnmW nf -tirrilll. 8De-cbes. in which
cratic organizations, inaugurated a thB nolitical backsliders were nnraerci-
..n,,!.!... AamiimaA tn nnrflr I frill v mmtaA and ao CC
mm ui B.iiuuH'". " 1 , y ,
and Oeorse E. Pritcbett were remoreu
had forfeited their right and standing
in the club by refusing to support the
regular nominees of the democratic; party
in the recent election. There were fifty
two members present. Dr. Hippie, pres
ident of the organization, presided, and
Attorney Ed. P. Smith introduced a res
olution reciting that it bad come to the
knowledge of the club that certain hon
orary members had refused to support
the regular democratic
from the walls of the club room.
A committee was selected to arrange
for the annual club banquet in January,
at. wliifh fnnntinn the presence of of Hon.
W. J. Ilrvau. Governor 8tone of Mis
souri and other distinguished democrats
has been promised
that sour stomach use Stuart s
A JX Drsnensia Tablets, because
thv dio-aat the food before it has time to
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candidate lor tour, ferment ana poison me oiooa
nreiiident and vice president and had I TX.-. Inn of annetite take Stuart'
.iriui in tho election of the republican w Dyspepsia Tabtet,because food
candidates for those offices, wherefore it
wai resolved that they had forfeited the
right to honorary membership and that
thuir names should be dropped from the
rOllS. . ' " ,
1 The resolution set out the names of
the political traitors as follows: John
A. McShane, John P. Irish, Thomas Kil
pa trick, George E. Pritchtt, E. Wake
fey, Albert Wnlkins, B. B. Wood, James
M. Woolworth and H. W. Yates. The
resolution was unanimously adopted,
and the secretary was instructed to
notify the parties named of the action
The' following resolution, Introduced
by I. J. Dunn, was also adopted, and a
committee comprising I. J. Dunn, W. S.
promptly digested creates a natural de.
sire for more,
loss of flesh use Stuart's Dys
Ul pepia Tablets; they increase
flesh in the only common sense way, that
is by digesting flesh-forming food, and
assisting the weak stomach in disposing
T?s-p gas in stomach and bowels,
A J1 causinor distress, belching and
huadaohes. use Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets; always indicated in such cases.
TPIT palpitation of the heart use
JLVUl Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets;
because this symptom in nine out 01 ten
cases ia caused from a disordered stom
THE BUSINESS 0DTL00K
A Bribt Day Is Dawning Declare
Daa & C. In Their Bejwlar
. It Looks Hopeful.
New Yobk, Nov. 14.-K. G. Dun k
in their Weekly Review of Trado say:
Neon nowdonbts that a brighter
day is dawning, and it 1 a common re
mark that never before has business
shown so great a change for the better
within a single week. Dispatches telling
of about 500 works which have opened
or materially enlarged their forces, give
only a partial report, for throughout
the country the gain has been surprising
even to the most hopeful.
Foreign need of American wheat con
tinues an important factor, and the
price went to 88 cents, gaining 6 cents
for one week. 10 cents for two weeks,
and 24 cent early in September. The
price is the highest since June, 1892.
Western receipts were only 4,494,033
bushc la, against 8,202,864 last year,
but the election cut off much work dur
ing the day in which these receipts were
started to market. Man textile works
have been started or increased in force,
many on orders booked weeks ago.
But there has been much increase in
the demand. After purchases of 64,000,
000 pounds of wool in five weeks, the
transactions fell to 6,243,700 pounds
last week, but prices were strong and in
some grades 1 cent higher, and even
greater advance is demanded in the west,
while foreign markets are higher and
Australian fully 1 cent for pound.
COTTON MABKET QUIET.
The market for cotton goods is not yet
active, but more liberal estimates of the
cotton crops are generally credited caus
ing cent decline to 8 cents. The out
put of iron furnaces in blast November 1
was 124,077 tons weekly, having been
ncreased 11,295 tons, or 10 per cent, in
the latter part of October by confidence
in the future. All the markets were
Oil AHA WIDOW'S ROMANCE.
After Forty Years She I ta Marry Her
Chicago, 111., Nov. 13. Judge Enoch
Dutton, the first lawyer to be admitted
to the bar of VSgo oouaty, Zsdi&BO, has
been accepted as a suitor by Mrs. Mar
garet Snyder, a wealthy widow, said to
reside in Omaha. Next Monday after
noon be will lead ber to the altar. The
marriage ceremony will be performed by
Judge Gregory at Hammond.
Back of this announcement lie a ro
mance which began forty year ago,
when Margaret Brawning was a maiden
in short frocks and the groom ber most
ardent admirer. They quarreled one
evening in 1856 while on their way home
from the district singing school, and
they parted. The boy lover packed up
his belongings quit the old homestead
and came west. Four years later Mar
garet was married to a wealthy manu
facturer in the west. His name was
Dutton became a judge and married,
moving to Indiana. A year ago Mr.
Snyder and Mrs. Dutton died.
During the years the judge and his
early love have been parted they have
never met or exchanged a word.. A lit
tle three line notice in a western paper
sent to Judge Dutton by a friend was
the means that reunited them. Mrs.
Snyder will reach Chicago next Monday
morning. Judge Dutton will be there to
meet his bride and will take her to Ham
mond. They will live at Ross Station,
where the judge has just completed a
Babeork'a Estimate of Cont-rcas.
CAJIT05, Ohio, Nov. 14. Among the
many thousands of messages received
by Mr. McKinley, the most important
vu one from Hon. Joseph W. Bab-
Kipt. chairman of the national con-
tn-eaKinn&l committee. Washington, D.
C. savin?: "I have ths congressional
campaign wound up, the bills all paid
and a little balance left In nana 01
the treasurer. We have elected 201
sound money Republicans, two sound I
money Democrats, 145 Democrats and
Populist and six iree suver &epuouc
ans, with three districts in doubt, one
from Wyoming and two 'from South
f (v. hiiinmriMn. dvsDepsia. headache, eonsr-
pation, gour stomach. Indigestion are prompt
cured b? Hood'i Pills. They do their wor!
Men who adTsrtlssmsats appear ta this ec.
na ai thoroughly reliable, and onslneas
trusted to thai will mawa pro t aaa aamai
Shoemaker. L. J. fiatti, Harry n For rapnre blood use Stuart's stronger, although the enormous purch
and J. J. O'Connor was appointed to J1 Dvsoeosia Tablets; pure blood ases of pig iron in advance of needs
ca"? ,l JntP ene.01, . . . Bftiil manlt from wholesome food I causes comparative inactivity at pres
1WDWUUUIIIU viuu . I 4l,.V,l A,a.taA
Wth nnrnnwi of iucu eating and
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maintaining inviolate tne iunaamenwn u'nw every lorra 01 wean uigmuuu
DrinciDl of democracy, and to co-oper- X vl an(j stomach trouble (except
aft with other organizations in the sup- cancer of the stomach) Stuart's Dyspep-
Dort of democratic men and measures, Bja Tablets is the safest, most natural,
n.nd not for the nbrooseof extending aid moat successful cure. No patent medi
nd assistance to the enemies of demo- cine, bnt oomDosed of digestive acids,
cratic principles, either through active nepsin. bismuth, Golden Seal and similar
support of the candidates of the republi- valuable stomach remedies
can party or by the indirect support of I For aai by druggist at so cents for fail
h.MitriiiatHA(r.iiit nnrr.v rttMiin.iiiu i niiiirfl. or nv idhi irvui oua.vv..
from placing before the people a ticket
made up of bolters irom tne aemocruuc
nnrtv and labelled 'democrat', for the
purpose of misleading aud deceiving the
"We recognize as fundamentally dem
ocratic the riaht of every voter to inde
pendent action in politics, and honor the
citizen who changes his political opin
ions when in his Judgment the opinions
nreviouslv adhered to will no longer
subserve what he conceives to be the best
interests of all the people. We recognize
his right to affiliate With whatever po
litical party he may see fit.
LIND WANTS A RECOUNT.
Defeated Candidate in Minnesota Claim
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 12. it is
announced today that the friend of
John Lind. the fusion candidate for gov
ernor. will demand a recount, Clough's
ma or tv is stated at a.uuu. , i ne oasis
of the demand is alleged rraua in tne
Steel bars are $1 to $3 per ton higher,
and sheets in better demand. Anthracite
and Bessemer pig have advanced a
shade, and the average of prices is 2
cents higher. The billet pool-is in pro
tracted meeting here this week to decide
upon its course and is still undersold.
The beam, bar, rail and wire nail asso
ciations meet this week, and the under
selling of wire nails by outsiders has
gone so far that a decline of 45 cents is
YflLh REDUCE PRICES.
It is noteworthy that the prevailing
expectation, notwithstanding the gen
eral inmprovement in business, is that
some, if not all combinations, will de
cide to reduce prices. The coke combi
nation, it now appears, has not pre
vented large contracts for future deli very
at less than f 2, its fixed price, and even
less than $1.75. but the output last
week decreassd. A heavy sale of copper
to foreigners, said to cover 10,000,000
pounds, has raised the price to 11
"We claim, however, that when a mem- north western part of the state and the centg and tjn actual)y Bell8 at 18 NQt.
- a aa a in aaiMA aval m nap rw tki iinry uru i ...
ber of a political society, organized lor men iuu 18"," Lk t ,a though less is quoted.
the purpose of upholding the principles
of a political party, changes his political
opinions and affiliation and no longer
expects to live up to the pledges of polit
ical faith given wbeu ne oecame a mem
ber of the club, honesty and candor and
a decent reirard for the pledges given
should impel him before taking any ac
tion in carrying out his changed pohti
cal principles to resign his membership
in the club, and no longer by his presence
and apparent affiliation pretend to be
supporting those principles which he has
deserted and is laboring to destroy.
"While we respect the man who refuses
to support the candidates and platform
of his party for rea.ons based upon hon
est motives, and respect bis righe to cast
his influence wherever he will, we ae'
nounce as the essence of political chican
erv and worthy only of the deepest con'
tempt the action of those who proclaim
to the world that their love for demo'
cracv is so crreat that it compels them to
place in nomination against the regular
nominees 01 their party men wnom tney
call democrats, that they may have an
opportunity to vote for someone who
represents the real principles of demo
cracy as they claim to understand them,
and then with hypocrisy deeper than
their pretended love for democracy aud
democratic principles.cast their influences
and their votes, not for the ticket they
have placed in the field, but for the can
didates of the republican party for the
solo and only purpose of defeating the
regular nominee of the democratic
"This we denouuee as political dis
honesty on the part of self-constituted
leaders of the democratic party, who
failinir to rule seek to ruin both demo
cratic men and measures. Such con
duct plainly, and simply described is
political treason, a violation of the
constitution of this club and a violation
of every principle of political honesty
"It is the sentiment of the members of
. this club that - the persons who haw
thus proven themae've false to demo
cratic principle can no longer justly
claim membership in the democratic
party and are entitled to no voice in its
"We congratulate the democratic
party of the state of Nebraska that
those in the ranks who in the past have
followed the policy of rule or ruin have
at last been forced to stand before the
world in their true colors that all men
may understand and appreciate the
deoth of their sincerity and the real
reasons for their pretended love for
"We congratulate the , democratic
party of the state and of the' nation that
it has at last arisen in its might and
cast forth the political barnacles and po
litical devils that have heretofore retard
A its orrowth and nonrress.
"We recognize the fact that a number
of person who belong to the class here
tofore described in these resolutions are
now member of the Jackaonian club,
and we declare that ths future of thi club
aa a factor in politic, and the respect
' due to its member who are in fact dem
ocratic, demand the expulsion of those
whoee conduct ha disgraced the club
and the party and who have sought by
every mean to bring defeat npondemo
Mutla men and measures.
"Resolved, That a committee of five be
pointed by the president of this club
fact that a large number of ballots were
erroneously marked for both Bryan and
Palmer electors and others were tn rown
out when they should have been counted
on the state ticket. The ballots; it is
said, were almost if not entirely for Lind.
In th s (Hennepin) county alone some
500 of these ballots were discarded. The
democratic state committee is investiga
ting the matter.
Lojrpos, Nov. 14. The Speaker pub
lishes an article by "A Leading Publi
cist," in which the writer, after recall
ing Lord Salisbury's reply to Secretary
Olney in regard to Monroeism, says
'An entirely new order of things has
been established by ,the Anglo-Ameri
can understutioiuL'. Mr. Olneys ex
tension of the Monroe doctrine itself,
not before acknowledged by any Euro
pean power, has now' received the
sanction of Great Britain. But it
would be profitless, as well as some
what painful, to touch upon this
delicate ground. . What had to be
done, had to be done, and that is
the long and short of it We may not
like li, but there ought to be no dim
culty in choosing between the absurdity
of complaining over the inevitable and
the dignity of smiling acquiescence.
The British government is perfectly
right now, without being wrong six or
ten months ago. It is exactly a case
of our policy of staving off as long as
possible the domination of Kussia, now
so complete. To continue that policy
when the game is up would be merely
to cling to antiquated superstitions and
antiquated diplomacy. .
Pjlbis, Nov. 14. The Temps to-day
expressed itself as being greatly con
cerned at the "enormous extension of
Monroeism involved in the Anglo-
American entente," adding: "It con
fers upon America th right to settle
any amerence uetween an American
state and European power without the
authority of the American state inter
ested. This is a big innovation in in
ternational law and endows the United
States with absolute supremacy in
their hemisphere. It must be a bitter
pill to British pride to consent to this."
In conclusion, the Temps expresses a
doubt as to whether Europe will accept
this agreement as a precedent
The change in the money market is
stricking. Instead of f 2,500,000 going
out to the interior as before, f 2,500,000
have come in this week: instead of 80
cents discount, New York exchange at
Chicago is at 70 cents premium: instead
of merchants and manufacturers vainly
hunting lenders, banks are hunting for
more commercial paper. Commercial
rates are down to 5 per' cent on best
paper. Foreign exchange is higher
owing to sales of . $4,uuu,uuu govern
ment bonds taken by the Bank
of England as a member of
the syndicate in 1895, to payments of
$3,000,000 sterling loans and to foreign
rpnlizintr on $2,000,000 of securities.
but all these are in effect taking profit?
for confidence in American honor.
Failures for the week have been 276 in
the United States against 283 last year,
and forty-six in Canada against forty
nine lastyear. ' ,".
D. P. Sims, dentist rooms 42. 43 Burr
Ul k., Lincoln, Nebraska. 14
Hon. W. J. Bryan will Imbibe It During; a
Week of Recreation.
Hon. W.J. Bryan left at 9:15 last
evening over the Missouri Pacific for St,
Louis to join a party that will spend the
week in a hunting trip into the Ozark,
mountains. From St. Louis the party
will go over the Kansas City, Pittsburg
& Gulf road to Chadwick, whence it will
proceed by wagons forty miles through
the mountains to a hunting lodge in
the 7,000 acres game preserve in
Taney county, Missouri, owned by a
party of St. Louis gentlemen. The
lodge is located on the banks of the
White river. The party will comprise
Governor W. J. Stone, Senator James
K. Jones. Congresssman Daniel W. Cam-
nau of Michigan. George fi. McCann of
Springfield. Mo.: Sam B. Cook of Mexico,
Mo.; Maior li. W. Salmon of (Jlinton and
Colonel L. M. C. Wetmore of St. Louis,
Mr. Bryan could not say whether or not
he will return to Lincoiu oetore ne goes
to Denver on the 24th inst.
Hill City' Silver Club Enlisted for the
Four Years' Conflict.
The free silver club of Hill City, S. D.,
has written Mr. Bryan as follows:
Hon. W. J. Bryan, Lincoln, Neb.
Honored Sir: We, the members of Hill
City Free Silver club, herewith tender to
you our earnest admiration for the pa
triotic devotion with which you served
our cause during the recent campaign.
We propose to remain organized and
shall as zealously in the future as we
have in the past revere the principal you
advocate. The result of the campaign is
but a temporary defeat, and we firmly
"Truth crushed to earth shall rise again.
The eternal years of God are hers,
But error wounded, writhes in paip,
And dief among his worshippers'."
LET US QIVQ THANKS.
Gov. Holcomb Issue the Regular An-
, nual Thanksgiving Proclamation.
Governor Holcomb issued a Thanks
giving proclamation yesterday in this
form: ; ;
"Whereas. It is provided by statute
that the governor shall by proclamation
set apart ohe day in each year as a day
of solemn and public tnanksgiving to
Almighty God for His blessings to us as
a state: now, therefore, l, Silas A. itoi
comb, governor of the state of .Nebraska,
in conformity to law and in harmony
with the proclamation of the president
of the United stateB recently issued,
hereby designate and set apart Thurs
day, the 26th day of the present month
of November, to be observed as a day of
thunksirivine and praise to the All-wise
Creator for the many blessings so graci
ously bestowed upon the people of our
It is fitting and proper that we
should as a people render upon Him
humble thanks and sincere gratitude for
the many evidences of divine favor which
we are permitted to enioy.
"The labors of all of our citizens lor
the year now drawing to a close in the
various branches of husbandry have not
been without recompense. Bountiful
crops have rewarded the toil of the hus
bandman. : reace ano tranquility pre
vail. The Bpirit of progress and ad
vancement to a higher and better civili
zation exists among our people.
Let us, therefore, on this day abstain
from secular employment of all kinds
and assemble together in our accus
tomed places 6f worship or around the
family altar and render unto God praise
and thankHgiving for these many evi
dences of His kindness and humbly peti
tion to the throne of erace for a continu
ation of the favors of divine providence
unto us as a people, as a great common
wealth and as a great nation.
"Let us also remember tne needy poor.
the sick and the distressed, uot alone in
our supplications, but by deeds of cnar
itv and substantial gifts of those things
which will elleviate suffering and distress,
for 'inasmuch,' says the Lord, 'as ye
have done it unto one of the least oi
these my brethren," ye have done it unto
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roand.obluog or Miliars
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easily and thoroughly.
Best after dinner pills. ,
sseenta. All druKgista.
Prenared bv C. I Hood CO., lweu,mass.
The only Pill to take with Hood's BarsaparUla,
J. L. STEPHENS, HARRY E. WILSON
McNERNET EAOKR, AnoraeyMi-iaw.
I'l ostrMt.Lteeola.llab. Talapaoaa MS.
L. STARK, Attoraaj-at-Law, Aarora. He-
ONO A If ATHEW. Attooaara-et-Law, Low
a- atr. Habraska.
rR. h. B. LOWRx, 111 Hon li ta awwi, umr
IT A. EDWARDS, Attornay-at-Law. Arand Is
1 1, land. Nab. Office ovar First Natl Bank.
WM. LEESE, Lawyer. tt Semth llerentk
Street. Lincoln. Neb.. Will Deraoaallr attend
to all bnelneea vita care aa promptness.
ROBOT WHKXLXB. AMerar-Aaw.
Boat Uth iCreeL UbooST Nab. fx-Jadga
Firut District. Bneiaaat giraa praaipt anannoa
inrongnoM ua iwa.
n. J. at. LUCAS. Dentlit. Brace loot. u-
- coin. Nebraeka.
I 8HAMP IMPLEMENT CO., Bonaaaa Jioc,
J. Lincoln. Neb. Farm Machinery a ipedalty.
Machines snipped to all parte ol tae state.
T. M. BWIGtRT. Mntnal rire ana ujcione
Insurance. Lincoln. Heb. Agenie wanieu.
rjltinCD made to attach to any
lea or make or pump-
wind mill, and grind all kinds of
A wonderful machine. Aiao
mMinfaflturar of Steel Wind Mills.
WINGER. Station n, t-MlUAUU.
Attorneys at Law, Lincoln. Neb.,
Benjamin A, Gibson, Joseph
31. nearasiey, jonatnan
Chase, John - D. Pershing,
James Ban Ames, Edward
Olcott. executor of the last
will and testament ol George
Olcott, deceased, Frances C.
Faulkner, as assignee or the
Connecticut RlTer Barings
Bank, the Connecticut RlTer
National Bank a corpora
tion. Phillip Andrew Helmer,
Charles E.Holmes. Defendants
will take notice that on the 24th day of October.
136. Alexander S. sorter, pimntin nerein. nieu
his DetltJon tn the District Court of Lancaster
County, Nebraska, against said defendants and
others, the obleet and Drarsr of which are to de
clare the following aescriDea property: oiu
one (11 and two (2) Lincoln View Annex. Lot
nlirht 181 block three (8) Kinnev's O Street Ad
dition to Lincoln. TDe soutneast quarter yi
nl the southwest ouartar (Ul of section eleven
(11). township ten (10), range six (). east oi tue
6th P. M. Lot one (1), block thirty-six (36) tn
the cltjr of Lincoln, blocks Ave (5) ana six ib) oi
Lincoln View and blocks seven Tj ana eignt ij
Lincoln View. The west one-halt (Hi ot the
northwest quarter () of southwest quarter (Vt)
of southeast auarterUAlot northwest qoarterlVil
of the southwest quarter(H)of section eleven (11),
townshin ten. 1101 ranee eix () east ol tne tnn
P. M. all In Lancaster County. Nebraska, subject
to the lien of a balance due upon a Judgment ob
tained bv Alexander 8. Porter vs. Benjamin a .
Gibson. JoseDh M. Beardsley and Jonathan
Chase, a transcript of which was filed with the
Clerk of the District Court of Lancaster County,
Nebraska, on the Uth day of June 1891, for the
sum of about Sl,850.gfi to obtain the direction of
the District Court that ths sheriff proceed to sell
ths aniTia on exacntlon already levied noon said
property and to foreclose and exclude the above
named defendants from all Interest In the same,
or env nart thereof.
Too are required to answer said petition on or
belore tne 7tn aay oi uecem Der, ism,
ALEXANDER S. PORTER,
24 By Lamb A Adams his Attorneys.
This school ta giving Its students good work
and Is np-to-dats. Instruction given la the fol
Short-hand, Business Practice,
Send ns the names Ot 12 young persons who
want to attend a businees college and we wilt
send you our "Business Student" for oae year.
Lincoln Business Collegs,
llth&O Sts., Lincoln.
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those who take advantage of the oppor
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SAMUEL B- HAMS
Attorney, Lincoln, Nebraska.
William E. Jones and Fannie Jones his w
non-resident defendants will take notice that
the 80th dav ot October. 1896, Walter A . Li
justice of the peace ot Lincoln, Lancaster corf
Nebraska, issued an oraer oi attacuiueut r
sum of $19.20 with 7 per cent interest thf
from May 6, 1896 in an action pending befo
wherein Kobert B. surer is piaintin sou vt
E. Jones and Fannie Jones niswiieare
That nroDArtv of said defendants consists
one covered top phaeton and one set single
ness rubber mquntea nas neen attacueu
.Id nrrlAl '
Said cause was continued to tne zistaayoi
December 1896, at o'clock a. m.
Dated November Stb 1896, 24
RESIGNS AS CLERK.
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Attorney at Law, Lincoln, fleb. .
Notice u herehr TlYen. that by Ttrtue of
nrrir of sale issued b v the clerk of the district.
court ot the Third Judicial district of fteoraeta,
within and for Lancaster county, man actios
h.,.in th.WnnH.iti-kAt Infltltntion for savins
Is plaintiff, and Klora K. Grimes et al., defendants S
I will at 2 o'clock p. pi. on the 1st day of
December, A, D. 1896, at the east door of the
court bonne. In the city of Lincoln, Lancaster
county, Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction
the following described real estate to-wir:
Lots one 'X). two 12). three 8) and four (41, in,
Lincoln La.d Company's subdivision of lota on
(1) and two it). In block one nunarea ana lour
(104). in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county.
Nebraska. - '
Given nnder my hand 29th day of October,
A. D., 1896. JOHN TROMPEN,
Elmer D Frank of the Federal court
Steps Down and Out.
Elmer D. Frank, for the past seventeen
years clerk of the United States circuit
court in umana, nas tendered ms resig
nation to the judges of the circuit, to
tHkft effect on the appointment of Judge
Dundy's successor, for a numoer oi
years past Mr. Frank ha been under the
care of a surgeon and his work has run
hnhind considerably. This tact . occa
sioned considerable friction between him
and the government and to end the whole
i VIQ, VIGO R, VITALITY br lleA to teke the eteRmea
Word reached Omaha Saturday to the
effect that Dr. W. S. White, chief of the
government microscopical department;
John Jeltar, a tagger, and two of the
women in the microscopical department
Mary Plum and Mis lialton, bad been
removed from office. The removal oc
casioned great surprise in Omaha where
been lor tne pasttnree
IN 30 DAYS
Good Effects at Once.
Cures General or Special Debility, Wake
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potency, raresie, etc. corrects func
tional Disorders, caused by errors or ex-
i cess, quickly restoring Lost Manhood in
old or young, giving Vigor, and Strength
where former weakness prevailed. Lon-
rr. White ha
years. He has always borne the reputa-1 venient package, simple, effectual, and
tion of attending strictly to business,
The indires who have the appointing
' . . v e
of Mr. r rant s successor are nanoorn oi
St Paul, Thayer of St. Louis and Cald
well of Little Rock.
A 1 read v there are a number of applica
tions for the place and many more are
ornporfld within the next few days. R.
R. Kittenirer. wno nas oeen a ueuuty
nnrler Mr. Frank for the past three
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week trial treatment. On only ent committed. The finding wa this morn
to each person. . I ing reported to the court, and Stouten-
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