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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1898)
PORlO 1 1G0 BE IflKFfi
Would Be a Gooi Col'atera! for
America's War Expenses.
QUICK ACTION IS NECESSARY.
I rgrut Nr't-!ly Titftt
lie IN-rulMl II'fvir
I m- I All of ul.
- On Kftlimate if lit
f the liierrat-ri rv.
Xkw Voi.-h.. M.ivVT. A d ;..it'-H to
the New York Trttutno from Wa'nir,'
toll shvh: Kvtiimritniarv activity i" t'e
war and navy U-jrt u.. rit yi-sfcnlnj ,
which was not Ifiiutin to the higher
oflieial.s. hut iiielinlcil every iniiiviiltiul
in hoth service, jfuve . very imliration
of i ;ti h irl , ii ( .iii'l iiiiuiciiiute ilevclop
mcnts in the coiuluc t f the war. while
an unusual iiwj vn" 1 to strengthen
tlie inipression tluit prompt ami ener
getic net ion oiijr tlie whole line in
the West Iiiiiics hail heconie a question
of hours rather thiin t ivs. Humors,
too definite to lie iffuorcil. hut iiiixs
siWe of orticiitl aut licnticiition. ex
plained the reinarkulile hurry and hus
tle as due to the ('resident's determin
ation to have I'orto Uico occupied ly
American soldiers wit hout further tie
lay. The troops, which had liecn con
centrated at (fiilf ports for the invasion
of (ulia. were to eiuhark immediately
on the twenty transorts and. under
convoy of Admiral Sampson's squadron.
po at once to sci.e San .liiiin de I'orto
Kico and estahlish a permanent oolon
lal (."-overnineiit in the island similar to
that w hich (ienerul Merritt w charged
with creating in the Philippines.
It was said that the events of the last
lew days in ('uha. culminating in the
11 isclessuess to Spain of t'ervera's fleet
securely 'corked up" at Santiago, and
the destruction of untrammcled cable
communication hetween the colonies
nd Madrid, pave every assurance of
the speedy collapse of Spanish resist
ance to the inevitable, and that the
Tinted States government had awak
ened to the necessity of actually pos
sessing I'orto Kico before the end came.
That island and the Philippines had
come to be looked on as an essential
recompense to the I'nited States for its
expensive intervention in Wlialf of
Cuba's freedom, and the fear had arisen
that unless they were actually secured
before Cuba fell embarrassing' compli
cations, leading possibly to grave po
litical complications with European
countries, might not be avoided.
With the Spanish military forces at
Havana effectually isolated and with
out even reunite hopes of reinforce
ments, with Spain's naval force on
this side of the Atlantic completely
paralyzed and with the Madrid govern
ment already tottering in its insecurity
of policy, the opportunity for dealing
crushing blow through the seizure of
I'orto Rico was hardly to be resisted.
The military authorities expressed
supreme confidence in their ability to
sweep the Spaniards from I'orto Kico
with the men now at their command,
while still reluctant to attempt the
irreater task of establishing a position
in Cuba with the same force. With the
19. (MM) well equipped and seasoned reg
ular troops gathered at Tampa. Xew
Orleans and Mobile, and the fleet of
transports already loading, many of
them ready in fact to sail from those
points, satisfactory assurances were
given to the President that there
would lie no possibility of a reverse
at, San Juan de Porto Rico after
the heavy batteries had been reduced
bv Sampson's ships. I he withdrawal
rf these forces, it was shown, would
leave 11, (mm) men. the pick of the volun
teerarmv. at the gulf ports, while
scarcely a day's journey away were the
forty regiments of infantry, nine light
batteries of artillery and eight troops
of cavalry in the Chickamauga camp
rapidly being trained ineffective corps
with the certainty of becoming speed
lly ready to meet any emergency that
might confront the government snouin
Cuban occupation become necessary.
When the excitement in the War de
partment over the Porto Rican expedi
tion was at its height the President's
proclamation calling for an additional
force of 75,000 men was issued. This
action confirmed the prevailing impres-
sion that aggressive movements were
Immediately contemplated, especially
as it had already become known that
the authorities were agreed upon a
strength of about 275.000 men to carry
out the responsibilities which it had
become evident that the government
had already incurred. The division of
this aggregate force had been deter
mined upon at yesterday's cabinet
meeting in practically the following
Philippine occupation, 2.1.000. Porto
Rican occupation, 25,000. Cuba, 100,000.
Reserve and home defense, 125,000.
The estimate for the Cuban army of
invasion was based on the conviction,
which is now common to all authorities,
both civil and military, in Washington,
that order cannot be restored over that
large area of territory without the
presence there for some time to come
of at least 100 regiments, and that lit
tle or no reliance can be placed on the
capacity of Cubans for self-government
for at least a year or two. As re
gards Porto Rico, it is not lielieved
that the inhabitants will be able to
maintain a government of their own in
less than a generation, and practically
the same conclusion is reached regard
ing the Philippine islanders.
Two Companies of Jow.
Chicago. May 27. About 190 of the
younger members of the Zion associa
tion of Chicago, who have formed a
military organization known as the
'"Guards of Zion." have decided to join
In a bodv the Illinois volunteer regi
ment under P. Mclirath, where they
"will hereafter be known as Companies
I and M. All the memlicrs are strong
and enthusiastic young Jews.
ur r SoMier f lit
Krpnltiiv- irt .,f Manila.
Xi Vol;,. May ".T. -Toma Ktral.i
i'alma. ti.e rc;rc-Mt.it i ic of tl.ei'uluiii
republic in Nov Y';!. Mist re-
ce'm-d the lirv o.iv of .:t V:!'a. the
w.-tr bulletin vhich U puVisiie 1 by mi
thorky of ii ii -r .l te:ue. .it the head
qiinrt i-s of tlvtircti unuy. It con
ta'iK the i'llicial new ami movement
of the iirmy of lilierali m and is an in
tcrisiir.g publicit ion. Printed, if
coursi-. in Span's!., it comprises thtve
eo'.ineiis on two s'.iics of a slu ct alxmt
lo inches. '1
isli tint, and th
paper has a j: recti- j intf ncej of reconstruction aod restora
type is set "!'.;.,,, Th Order will no soon be In
pri.iti ,1 at tieiiei-iii tiomez's li -;.! ii u i -ters
under his uireetinu. 'l i e hi"'
limn 'cr. under date of May In, is iles
i;nrLtcu us "Niqiplcnicut AA," arid con
tains a half column account of t tit bat
tle of M.tnila. which conveyed for the
tirst time to the soldiers of the Cuban
army the facts concerning Hear Ad
miral IWcy's victory in the Philip
i:.sid-s the oih.nl notice nn 1 .(iters
issued to the army, the paper contains
a lonsr address issued to the Cuban
army and people bj' lo iicral tioiuci, in
which he says:
"I. Mitxtlllu UeliM'. i'ollitPO'ltli'r-lr-cliief if
tlie 1'uimu aniiv. !a" till ntM.pr' unit tlirmmli
the nie.liuiii if I .as Vill is. lii.ti i'-reitr wilt
lie piililishiii oiicveach ' the In -. 1 1 n i i l -
Uts of thearmv nf IIiktiiiI" ti. to oumiuiiii atf
with tlios of inv roiiiuiiiiid anl our -.ii!e. In
view of tle adoption of tlio i
ren'ihlu: of futm and tlie urn
i jr.t i ctition of j
the CiiiUid SluU In our Ih-iuiU' ;o aid u in ob
taiutuir our ImteH-mtei'.-e. wlurii mnn ill t
recos'iiia-d hy ull the world. I ucslre lo mal:
known that our s-.ldicrs no loun'-r shall Im
known a Insuwnu. but a soldier oi the
mrtilar unuy of tlio republic.
take this ocvaslou ui n-mlnd m h ( tinar In
service Unit lie uow ha-; ii rouiur.v ri'Corii.i d.
for which he must 1.,,-lu ilh all honoi and
Blory. He is no a c'ulmn Koldier and not an
insurgent, and ill ri'sji.--i Itio n.lcs of i U nirul
warfare. 1 will order pumsl.i d . y chief otHccr
or prUnte who fails to te-pci i the r.uhls of our
prisoners of war and such prisoners will lie
treated with respoci io meir iiiiiks unu aecoru-
iik to the rules of civilized countries and lh
Our soldiers will conduct -V.einsnb is in such
a manner as to Ktiiu lor thetiiselves Die icood of-
Hees of our lirethern of the t nit'-n St.ites, ami
for thin reason it is my wish Hint Die rimy
f 'uha may exhibit model diMopline. I desire
to Impress ujmn you tluit wc will not cnntiims
thin war. which o iiallaiuly has Iwn ke)t up
for the last three years, with ' lie idea of re
venue. We are lliihtinu for lilierty and inde
pendence ami not for revenue, ami I w i'ilil call
vour attention lo the fact that the histoiy of
the world shows that loss of blood linn always
been the price of lilierty
pan!- soldiers have never been Known io
die for honor except when tliey weiti uniiostd
as ten to one. Their Idea of honor has heer. to
assassinate defenseless women and children
whose protectors are now tlirhiii'ti for freedom
in our arniv. Their idea of minor has lieen to
roh. to plunder. They die for honor ilrh'kln.
Ifumblinu and lommililnir crimes against hu
manity and against society, n-.it now '.r.ey win
die before American and Luuati arm
I take this opportunity to bpeak thu to our
people and our army that tney may tie eneour-
aifed and know that we now have noble allies
who will aid us in our liuht for freedom, wnicn
lonir has been deserved and which we can now
see will I a reality at no distant day. 1 sh'ill
also from time to time, in Las Villas, communi
cate with you in the same m iuner,
IN STATE AT WESTMINSTER,
in nix noun r,wv iwijiw -i
. , . .r M n AAA w .,l. lta I'una
r Mr. uia.utone.
T nvnoN Mar 27. The scenes at
Westminster have lieen remarkably hn-
nressive since 2 o'clock this morning,
when those anxious to see the face of
Mr. C.lailstone began to arrive. Ihe
line formed was conunuauyy aug-
mentert by an classes o, PeoP.e ...
peers, cahinet ministers, rnemneis oi
the notise oi mmmons, mi.na.j,
naval officers and clergymen to coster-
monirers, old and young, until 6 o'cloek,
when the doors were opened, the pro
cession becan to stream past the cata
falque. This had lighted candles at
each corner and a large gilt cross at Its
By 10 o'clock it was computed that
100 persons to the minute were passing
the body, and at noon over 40,000 peo
ple had already taken a last glance at
face of the great statesman.
REVOLUTION AFTER DEFEAT.
The Queen Regent Urged to Fly Before
Cervera Shell Be Overcome,
Lo.ndox, May 27. There are renewed
sinister predictions of an impending
revnlnt.inn in Spain contained in a
sneoial dispatch from Madrid to-day
Emperor Francis Josef of Austria U
said to have strongly auviserttne queen
regent to prepare to fly. and her
mother, who is now in Madrid, is re-
r-tH tn have o-iven her the same, ad-
vice, but, it is added, the queen regent
is determined to remain
c.4:n.,ln I1,m disnntfh savs: "The
J.,...Mi,:R.ni.ii fleet, which the
WlltllluiUKl " t
best informed people regard as only a
oueation of a few days, is hotinrt to
precipitate an outbreak."
THE OREGON AT KEY WEST.
Throughout the Voyage Captain Clerk Was
finessing- Cei-vera" Whereabouts.
Kkt West, Fla., May 37. Captain
Charles E. Clark and other officers of
tbe Oregon came ashore at 10 o'clock
and reported all well on board and the
nh!n in cmnrl ermrlit.inn.
"All the wav alonir," Captain Clark
aairl. "we were vroifderinir where tbe
stnnniarrla were and we never found
oui t..w ,u ,r.
"Do you know now? Captain ( lark
"Well" he replied. "I imairine we
well, ne repnea, inid.K me wo
can make a very accurate guess.
The Oreeon will remain here for
The Parting of the Haw.er Cost 53 Live..
xi.. o- U-I,tla !,
V.A1.I.LI1A. iiV mil-
British India Steam Navigation com'
Daiiv's steamer Mecca I uestlay was
towing her sister ship Lindula. whose
SliaiC Wt!S OrOKeil. l liw Jlttwsn mi tw.
the two vessels came into collision and
the Mecca was sunk, her captain and
fiftv-two others lieinir drowned. Ihe
Lindula brought the survivors to port
Madrid Would Cut American Cables.
Madhid, May 37. Tbe newspapers
here continue to urpe the cutting of
the American cable connections across
the Atlantic if the Cuban cables are
Ihf rather sf th Order.
Wa.hioeton, 0 C, Mj 2 Aroute,
ye patrlo . : The Father of the Amer
ican Protect !e Association U now,
(N!y 20 io tills city, and makinjf an
linmeos iTjrt to rcbaM ltat our
A p rand rally is to be madi of all the
tnemhei of the Order, and they will
be ad3rtiM.d by It original founder.
II) will then kpeak to the braves In
the Monumental City. There is pre
the saddle again.
Ti.e Hiheioiaue are ertao;ieJ and
dril log all over the north, eat and
weit. We must meet theaa. H, resdy
t) an-wer to the bugle call of your
The Pupa U endeavoring t arouse
reijeiou fanaticism of his devotees
in these Uoltcd States. Uini&n Lath-
olio spies are everywhere at work,
blowing up our magazines and pjwdcr
mills, and giving away our war sjhemes
U the enemy. The Prince of the
piwer of the air is stlrln up his f jrd t
0f destruction in Europe, and training
his devilish enplnerv against our free
Republic. Be vigilant.
The Northwestern Line Daylight
Special now leaves the U. P. Depot at
6:40 A. M , arrives at Chicago 8:45 same
evening. No change In the other
trains. Overland Limited 4:45 p. M.,
and the Omaha Chicago Special at
ti:45 A M., nrrives at Chicago 7:45 and
UiltO respectively, next morning. The
most advanced Wstlbulcd Sleepers,
Diners and Free Parlor Chair cars of
course - wnateise wauia me "inuiii n-
WESTERN" have? 1401-Farnam tt.
The lidbtedDCss of the Americsn
Publishing Company, May 1, 1 SitH, was
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A Roman Catholic priest, Father
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cent fare can be taken Immediately to
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iBf-it a tmln wilUton at the
tunu - r
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We have plenty of the March 4th Is
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i . . . H n.
100 for z.oo; ouo ior if.ou; i,wv ior
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Pope Leo XIII. Uses Snuff.
Pope Leo XIII. uses snuff, and It
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Attorney, Merchants National Bank,
rtmriitirirH HALK -Hv irtue or an oraet
O of sale Issued out of the District Oourt
for Douglaa county, ueorsnna. anu iw mo ue
.,..,1 I iii. nn the ItlHt day of May, A
D. hM. at ten o CIOCK A. m oi aaiu uay, i ior
EAST frontdoor of the county court nous i
in i ho city of Omaha, llounlai county. Ne
braska, sell atpuonc auction, to me nixnem
hi.i.iB. for rash, the orooertT described in
.uiH urIap nf sala as follows, to-wlt:
The north one-half (N. W of tbe nor. h west
quarter of section one (i), towntnip niteeo
(l.r) tianae iwuivy ui iu injun'M . .uu.'j
as surveyed and recorded, all situated In
ih iimiiuIu f oiint v. and state of Nelirasica
-- . . . i . . . . ,i .. i . i-
eald properly to oe soiu mi aanaiy nuiwir c
Keeier, piaintins ntsrciu, mc uiu uu uuu
irl .nri th rtv-seven and i.l-iuu I.I..UI ooi
lars tudmnent. toftether with Interest there
.t t.h mw of ten (101 tier cent Der an
num from septemoer z.tn, nwi, uitreww
with an attorney's fee amounting to tne sum
Of tnirteen anu ,i-iw iioui uunoio, -ui.i
. . . . ' .'--, A.. lnK. Bh ..k
a,. Irl amounts tne COUri nous ut ue a nm
valid and existing lien upon said real estate
above dexcrlbea. ... ,
Tn aatisif v the further sum of thlrty-fou
and 10-1110 iiU.10) dollars costs hereln.toneiher
with accruing costs, accoraing to a juuk
ment rendered by the district court of said
Ilouglas county, at Its ciepiemoer verm, a. i
ldHT, in a certain act ion uien anu uim iu
ing. wherein Walter n. iveeier is piainini am
lhKli.i Uehecea Klliaieth Klvlna Llnto
und AdolDhus Krederick Linton, her hus
band, are defendants.
Omaha, Iebraska, Apill 39th.
JOBN W. McDONALIJ.
Hherlff of Douglas County, Nebraska
W. A. Saunders, attorney,
heeler vs. Linton et al. 4-29-.1
Doc. 62; No. 2X)
W. A. SAUNDERS.
Attorney, Merchants National Bank.
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT DE
To Archie T. Shaver, non-resident defend
Vou are hereby nctltied that on the jiitr da
of Aoril 18.IW. Kittle 1'. Shaver tiled her pell
M.in In the District Court of Ilouglaa County,
Nebraska, the object and prayer of which are
obtiiin adlvorce from you on the ground inai
vou have wilfully abandoned and oeserted
her without itood cause, for the term of t
ears l.iNt past, and have failed to support
hr for more than three Tears.
You are required to answer said petli
i or before tne 6th day of June. A. D. inns.
K1TTIE P. SUAVKK, I'lalntl
MireM M , Pi Imii Mo.
ft CJr CATMABTIC
Sons of Warning For the American People.
A 1MK)K OI- IUI;M5 lV
VAiVAA A. PITTSINGLU.
"Mrf. Kli;i A. Tittsiner a pot-t of rare ubility,
lt'i u!ly iu l lif realm of true pulruitism. Her volume
riititlt'-l "I'.u'o lVali" t oiititiiiH tlie spirit hikI acntiiiieiit
of the Itiliest f irm of Anierieuiiisin, uul tlie "gruiul untl
awful liiiit H." iu wliit h we live.
These ittiii!i constitute u clarion cull for the ilefeuse
of American citi,enshii an 1 American institutions
ayaiit the woi U." J. A. 1 1 knk v.
I'a-tnr Li .Sllo Ave. lUptM Church, Ctilci, III.
If you want to breathe iairotin atiJ renew your lovo of the
I.U.I.' K d ScIiimiI lloiisi ; It you waul 1 1 cniniii ine with gifted spirit,
Iniy nnJ read th'.o em. I'rloe, ' cent. Adlrt!:Tti American
W. A. 8At;M'KUS.
Attorney, Merchants National Hank.
NOTK'K TO No.N-UKSlI'KM I'K-
I'd M..IU ll.llnnul snl alurlu 1 Icllinun,
x,iiitiix of ln estate ol Meyer tliil-
nali. ileviuiH-il, lioli-li nlih'llt il Icllilulils:
lull uru hcii liy imiIIIIcI Hint on lliu JMIi
lay of UcIuIm r, A. 1. I:ii". Jiini- " I..
I, u. lie, iiltiltitllt lutieln Itlcl Ins 'it!liiii
n tlio illatrlet court of Ixms-laa county,
Nxliiaslia. MX.ilnM Maria llcliinaii ami
.Mm Id lliillniaii, exis iiti U uf tlio relate of
.Meyer Mellinaii, iletcascil. el Hi.. tn oD-
l anl urayir oi which is in inrfcioau
wo cerium la eertineau-H, one inn
oveinlii-r I'.lli, lS'.rj, upon lliu I. . Il i w t tm
hi'IIIhiI real esluie, to-wll:
i'liw east llireo ai res o( lot twimty-foiir
11. In I 'nl lH's vnlii v xliill OI ttl KOIll li
as! ((inirl.T of Hid miiithwet quarter of
Hun M, toiiHiii Hi. laiiMii ij eiini, 1UII
lileli therii la now lii Hie mini or j.i ;
ni iiIho ohm (luleil IfeeeiiUier 2d, m;, on
lax lot two t-'). In aeclloii ai, towiiMhlp 1'.,
mine 1.1 twat, iihiii Willi' 11 mere im now
iih tin auin of .(!. all or mini ioiniiy
Iiik Hllnaleil In liouKlaa eoiilily, e-
niMKa; wilh liilenut on ein u oi anin
nioiinta at the r:ile of 10 per cent
ier annum rroiu rovmnoer iwin,
1)7. for which mini, Willi in-
r. Ft ami roala toKouier wnn an ai
rneya lea ainuiitii ink Io toll per cent of
im ileeree. iilaliillh nruya for a ilecn-e
inl lie liaa a Ural lien Umiii aalil real ex-
ale, Ihiil lh ovreimiiliia anaii pay uik
Hiinie, anil 111 Helmut inereoi nun uih aniu
ptoiMTly lie Holl to aatlnfy III" amount
mini clue, anil inui upon bmio inereoi me
efeiiilanl h (leliarrwi of all nn tit. title
nil Interest ill aald real exlale, umi ror
ther eiil I a til relief.
Vou are nereoy not men inai you auu
m il of vou are reotilrwl to aimwer nam
petition or nerore tlie i.nn nay oi june, i.
Iiatetl at tlinalia, IsetiraaKa, may uiu,
JAM IX U llltUWINl'..
Hy W. A. SAl'NKKItS.
Hoc. JK. No. 137.
V. A. SAUNDERS,
Attorney, Meiehunts National Hunk.
NOTK'K TO NON-HKSI DENT
FEN DA NT.
W. A. SAUNDKItS, Atlorney, Merchants
Nalloioil Hunk KiiIIiIIiik.
To Marin IMItiiun and Maria Ilellman, ex-
eeulrU of the eliil of Meyer 1 (.-11111.111
rieeeuaeil. noii-rHHlileiit ili'fHiiiiiintM:
Vou are heretiy iiolilleil Hint oil th 2Stli
lav of Oetolier. A. 1 1. IWI7. Hurry J
Twintinir, pliilntllT herein, tileil hla pi-ll-
tlon In the illHtrlet eourt of I xhibIhh ronti
tv, Ni-lii'HHka, airaiiiHt Maria Hi'IIiiihii. Ma
li HHImun. exerutrlx or the entitle 01
Meyer Hi-Unian. demeaned, and olhr, tlie
object and prayer of which la to foreelowe
one curlaln tux eertltlcale dated Novemlier
Hi. W2, Umiii the following ileaerlhed reiil
entate, to-wll : Iit nlxleen 1 no, r 01 ! ad-
lllloti to the eliy of lliniilm, helriK suli
liViNloll of (lie noutheadl llurtcr of rertloll
4, townahlp lb. riniKfl 1.1, east, nil unteti in
lotinlas eoiiuty, .NeliraKkn, tiiim wnicti
here In now due the Bum of 1147. III. with
nloreHt at the. rate of ten t cent per an.
num from October UK, 1W7, for which Hum.
with interest und cnwtM touether Willi nn
attorney's fee amoiuitlnic to ten per cent
of th de r. plaintiff pray for a decree
hat h ha a II rut lien ukiii said reul cm-
ale, that the defendant hIihII pay Ihe
xame, und ill default thoreur mat tlie Kind
iroperty be sold to xatlnfy the amount
found due, ami that upon sale thereof Ihe
letHiiduntH be delmrred of all lit; lit. title
and lulereHt 111 snld real en lute, and lor
other eiiuitnhle relief.
You are ulo hereby notilied that you and
each of you am required to urixwer Kald pe-
ition on or before the l.itli day ot June,
Dated at Omaha. Nebraska. Mny 8. lSiiS.
KARKV J. TWINTINtJ.
By W. A. Siiumlers, his attorney.
lux-. U2. No. 133.
NOTH E TO NON-KFKIDENT IlEKF.ND
ANT In t- e District Court of Douitlas
Misie J. Mclntyra. plaintlT. ts. 1 nomas it
To Thomas K. Mclntyre Vou will take
notice that on the l'-'lh day of Mar. lM'H. I
causrd a petition to lie tiled In this court
against you. praylnK for a divorce from you
on the grounds of desert'on and wantonly
and cruelly neRlectlnK snd tefuHlns to fur
nish me with reasonable maintenance, you
being of suttlcicnt ability si to do.aod that
unless you answer said petition on or be
fore the 27tb day of June, IK'.iH. you will
be In default, nd the allegations of saM pe
tition will be taken as true, and judgment
entered according to the prayer of said peti
tion. Omaha, Neb.. May 20-n. 19.
5 20-4 SUSIE J. MclNTVUE.
Omaha Express and Delivery Co.,
J. L. TURNEY, Mgr.
H. H. HAYFORD Seo Trees.
MoTlnc and light express work at reason
able prices Piano moving a specialty
Household goodsstored packed and shipped.
Carry alls for picnics. ,
Office, 410 North 16th Street.
WB Will Seil Yoa HIGH
" nninr ninvni re
FOR LESS MONEY
THAN ANY OTHER
CONCERN IN THE
Yob 6et The Profits'
and middlemen by parch
SSlBSMSMMBSSSSlBVBsa tng airrt from th iu
factorcrs. I808 Full Biz Ladies' or Cents'
Models from SI8.00 up. 2000 MODELS
left over from lnt m at your own pnc-
from SIO.OO up. Complete caudogns of Bicycle,
and Sundries Free. We sliip onr higheot grade wneeU
anywhere without on cent of money In d
ance. prepay ll freight cbartres and CuarsntOS
Them For Two Years. Address
VICTOR MANNFACTURIN8 COMPANY.
9t,U 427. IS5 A 29T Fifth Aw.. Chjcaao. III.
FOR i:xUlAN TEHKI I UhT
tfiCTiWH I Mr. .rtthllatt d I hlr
tlS? LITTLE ROCK
kW and KOTSPRINGS, ARK
Tidet Office. I. E. formr nth on. F.rnia SU
DA6E COILEO SPRING WOVEN
WIRE FENCE and GATES for
Farm Park and Lawn.
33 D. uglas Block,
M. H. ISH, AGT.
Meutlon this paper when writlnfi.
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FOR SALE BY
SAWYER & FRV,
ISO Steuben St.,
WEST END. PITTSBURGH. PA.
Western Ayent AdilreHHf
Icl5 HOWARD STREET,
SHKRIFK S SALK.
Hy virtue of an onier of sale Issued out
of the district court for Douglas county.
Nebraaka, and to me direxted, 1 will, OQ.
tlie 7lh day of June, A. U. lsi, at 10 o'clock;
a. m. of said day, at the east front door
of the county court houw. In the city of
Omaha, lHmglas county, Nebraska, Kelt at
public auction to the hiirhent bidder for
cash thu property decrlbed in said order
of sale as follows, to-wlt:
Lot nine Ob. block three (3), In Arbor
l'lace. an addition to the city of Omaha,
as surveyed, platted and recorded, all 1
IioukIhs county, state of Nebraska.
Said properly to be sold to satisfy Soren
T. I'eiersun, plaintiff herein, the sum of
nine hundred and tlfiy-nine t$!M.0ul dollars
i Judgment, with interest thereon at the rats
or ten (Kil per cent per annum trom eu
To satisfy the sum of seventeen anA
liVl'iO (J17.2S) dollars costs herein, tOKelher
with accruitiK costs, accordiiiK to a Judg
ment rendered by the district court of said
lunulas county, at its February term, A.
l. Imw. in a certain action then and ther
pending, wherein Soren T. Petersen is
plaintiff and Mads Hansen, Sine Hansen,
Jacob Jacobson and Mrs. Jaeobson,
his wife, tirst and real name unknown, and
the Chicago Lumber company are defend
ants. Omaha, Neb., Mav 6. lSWt.
JOHN V. M DONALD.
Sheriff of Douglas County, Nebraska.
J. (J. Burgner. attorney.
Petersen vs. Hansen et al. 5-6-J
Docket O, No. 127. Kx. locket 2, page 15.
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