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Coi,tinuel fioin I'ajre '
Washington Still Believes Cervera
Is in the Harbor
AND CAN'T POSSIBLY GET AWAY.
IW lafiiiui.il I. ,h la s, uil im Ul. bat U
1fctMrt.ii(lily llr.l On i Muni Kr
vilvtl tmni h at tli-rl t'uNi-
IHIlitrn 1 lir Hit fcaila-.
kuthtilll li ll.il
tar ' t licit'
tatus til Ailiui
boutiapu .). I it I.,,. I In y
have cinhI rcim In Im Hciv
M.iv :. - Tin iih'I
ml utit-cti uiinlht-r
-.Hi uUit inn on llir
.u i p t --; Meet at
that lie i
Dot tic. I up. I. n, ;i-mi idliccr i'i'i'ssfi
it to-liny, ' I hi- on ! in mi the Imttle."
kail it U pi .id u ailv uiiKivNilile fur the
flrt-t to iniiU,' nil .'Nit from the liurlsir
-ly or niplit
It In fell that this inmlil ion of the
Spanish llii l In iu. I only imihu liiiil
from t)n iii si nl stiateoic Muilxiint,
I'llt i llliMIH'llIiilIN CnlH i'lli to till- I'll'
tin-fut in i-.it tin- w 4t r us t lit- crippling
of this inoM ctTcetiv,. naval fonv Hint
tuin pns-.cs-.es will !: lii-r Midi
cant naval ivMiii.v. s us tn uiiilu- u pro
lungat ion if tin- ,n' i:iiins-Mlili'.
Atllllil'lll ll'lUlll Mill to Nillltinio
Mill In Ntill liiciv. I'li.i I rout in ties to
bo tin- vie v l.iln ii li the navy tlepait
At the saino tunc i can now lie
state, 1 that not a Mnt-il has Writ re
ceived fi-iun cilhci Admiral Sampson or
CoHiinoiliirc Scltle.v in ollicial ciiulirin-
ttioii of the t-MNti in-c of this trap. It
rests now, ns it ilul two ilavs iuro. on u
eml (irtlciiil rcirt iMinitiff to the Navy
flcpart mint from h source li-licveil lo
be reliuhle. It was not n naval wmrci
ivi nut-ennui i n n uun 1 lie otitic de
part iiit-nt ; neither uiil it come front
press Huvi.-cs. It was from purlin hav
ing reluliuns wit li the Navy depart
ment mill in a position tu he accurately
The naval nut horit ies ivere et reniely
Kaxiuim to mvui-u an ulllcial continua
tion from one of Ihe American eoin
Biauders, ami had this been received It
Would have been made public at once.
But lucking this the department iiivo
to the public all it felt wimxnted in
(Wing from the facts .namely, tin ex
pression of belief thttt the Spanisli fleet
whs in Nantiauo 'iiirhor. This has
Wen reinforced by the negative fact
that the Meet has been seen at no other
point. Still the word from Sampson
Uid Schley is most Anxiously iiwuitctl,
Kiev W km-, l-'lu., .May :.'tj.--Concerning
tlie statement that Admiral t er
Tpra'a ships re In it tied up at Sunt tao-u
dte tula, it has been accepted that
Commodore Schley eould maintain the
blockade of the luirUir there and an
nihilate the Spanish Meet if It should
Oonie outside. The fact that t'oinnio
dore Schley is now thought to ! out
lde of Snntino-o dc Culm, has fivcn
free reiin to Kent- Admiral Sampson,
who is known to 1h in the ltn
hninu ehaniicl. His known purpose
wax to intercept the Spanish Heet if
It attempted to reach Havana. With
Commodore Schley at Sunt iaio de Culm,
Rear Admiral Sampson would lie in t he
position to proceed eastward and effect
a junction of the two powerful squad
rons or return to Havana and resume
Operations in that vicinity. It is now
Avcpted as a fact that Commodore
Schley is to lie permitted to work out
the problem off Santiago,
Commodore Wntson is supposed to 1
on duty ahum the northern and west
ern coast of the island.
A SPANISH VIEW OF MANILA.
ffc Victory Kiplalnetl try thti Sail state
of Spain's Heel.
Honu Komi, May 27.-Captain Con
cha of the ill fated IV in .hum de Austria,
destroyed at the battle of Manila, says
that the Spanish commanders were
quite aware that htin- w as hopeles.
but were forced to it by the slate of
public opinion at Manila. He and
Other officers w i shed to steam out of
the harbor to meet the Americans, but
Admiral Monte jo forbade that move.
Captain Concha says the Spanish
fleet was in a disgraceful condition.
The engines of the cruiser IVn An
tonio de I' lloa were broken; the Cas
tilla was leaking and needed engines
to keep the water under; the lVm .hum
de Austria had only two guns that
could lie tired: the Mariitcs del Duero
had only one gun. w hile the Isla de
Cuba and the sla de Luzon had only
their decks protected. Jle declares,
however, that had the Americans not
Withdrawn by 11 o'clock the Spanish
intended to steam out and die to the
THE RESPONSE TO THE CALL
Throughout the Northwest Thousands
Are Waiting to Volunteer.
Chk auo. May 27. Keports from va
rious Northwestern states indicate that
President Mi-Kinley's second cull for
volunteers, asking for ?5.(MK) men. w ill
meet with a hearty response. Inde
pendent companies are already organ
ized in Minnesota. Michigan, Wiscon
sin, Iowa, Indiana. Illinois and other
states, and these will be offered to the
service of the country.
(aught In a Hurtling lloune.
Ibos Moi stain. Mich., May 27.
The home of A. Kit-liter burned last
night. Two children, a boy aged 9
years, and a girl aged II. were burned
to death, and two others, aged 4 and 6,
a girl and a 1kv, were so badly burned
that they cannot live.
Japan May Allow More li-n to Vote.
Yokohama, May 27. Marquis Ito.
the premier, has introduced iu the im
perial diet a bill lowering the standard
of franchise and iitiTeahinjf the num
ber of voters live fold.
ADMIRAL CtKVLPVS ARRIVAL.
Klvl a t iiniiiirH( ll-ri at Nnt I-,-rlli'C
Iu Si.ub itth.
M u-i.io. Miv :. i.N,T'ti h;iN
iuNt U , n put : v!,,,! iij,. .:itMi.Ni.f
t he vii r i i of Villi, if ii I i i ii-14 h iull;iil
! II at s.fln! j, ...!, I iil.tt It kjii .
t o i i I. ii t he in.ii t.u.g of a v
lithe I: i..i Ii, M.iin Ten sa i ntcrnl
tin- nt of -Shit ui-.i dc t uI.m filing
tin Mug of i1niiru! ti-ricia Sin- a
toiloHi-il alti.oKt liunifiliutciv bv the
i..iwi tin- Mniiiaiite iieiiilii. t he
I l i-ti.l.;i i I niiili and the tor-ili l.at
itcstnuer I'luton Soon afti c rl t he
toi m-iIii Unit dcstrovi r I uror, which
had N't ii ris-iinnoiti-riiig arrived.
"The inhabitants swainieil to the
shores of t he bay. displaying the lit -must
joy ami enthusiasm. Ml tbr ves
sel in the jMiit wen- ilicss. il in gala
array. On Sumliiv n.lil there was an
iiiiNisin di linn, t i inn in honor of
t he ofliccrs mid ei i-u s Tin- bands of,
the city pencil iml ic airs; there
wire biilliaiil lliiiiiiinit ions and the
M-opie pariidcd t he st rects singing pa-
t l lol if MHlgs.
" Adiiiii .il I el vera and his ofVecis
Were given a bainj let at the Casino,
where loyal toasts were ollcrcd. the
principal spccehi-N In-ill" by Admiral
crvcra and Mniisi.. ,i..i- s.n n dc I rturi
y respo. archliiMiop of Sinitiago de
( ilba t he latter of w liom ee!aiined:
" 'It is nut miMii tent to Ih- victorious
on the -ci. The Spanish Hag must
I? oat on the eapitol '
' The s.ii.i.Iii.ii has revii t un li d Five
vessels were iu front of the poll ves
terday. 1 1 is believed t hat the Amer
ican lessel Kai'lc I. un bu n charged to
cut t he cables."
The dispatch is not dated.
GETS AWAY AT LAST.
Teiitv-N.'niHl KannaN Iti-glint'iit I.raieH
l uii ka tor I alia I liurcli, Va.
Tot-HiA, Kan., May 27. The
'I'wenty-si'cond Kansas regiment, com
manded by Colonel II. C. I.indsey. left
here yesterday afternoon for Kalla
'liun-h. Va. The soldiers inarched
from the camp to the Missouri Pacific
ilcKt in platoons, escorted by the old
veterans and Marshall's band. They
were given a great sendoff by a large
crowd of TnpcUa pisiple. The Missouri
Pacific hauled them iu three sections.
JERRY SIMPSON TO THE WAR.
VVIi-ra ;tt-rmir I i-il fur 4'inmi-iit to
Washimi ioN. May 27." Congressman
Jerry Simpson wants to go to the front
to light Spain. As soon as the Presi
dent issued his call for 7."i.ihk1 addition
al troops Mr. Simpson telegraphed (!ov
crnor I.eedy at Toieka asking for au
thority to go to Kansas and raise a
volunteer regiment. If the governor
gives bis consent. Mr. Simpson will
start to Kansas at once and begiu im
mediately the work of enlisting.
Ai'U r Mime
MltiHf, sevtral knocks wt-re distinct
Il-nliii tarte.I. It was tli lirst time
any one lial knot keil at his ilmu, situ e nearly a
twelve -month that lie cmiiel this rt in. Hasti
ly I'laciii" the letter in hi j;rVut coat pocket, the
Jesuit opened the ohl trunk uiuler his h-l, took
from it a packet of papers wrapped iu a tattered
cotton hankcrthief, added to them the two letters
in cipher he had just received, and carefully re
locked the trunk. The knocking continued with
out, and seemed to show more and nore impa
tience, llodin took the greengrocer's hasket iu
his hand, tucked his umbrella under his arm,
ami went with .some uneiisinehs to ascertain who
was this unexpected visitor. lie opened the
door, and found himself face to face with Koe
ronipon, the (rouhltsome singer, a d who now,
with a light and pretty courtesy, said to him in
the most guileless manner in the world, "M.
llodin, if you please? "
(To he Continued.)
Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That
Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla and begin to
take it TODAY, and realize the great
good It Is sure to do you.
Is Auirrtca't (irtule.it MeUiiMie. All ilni-iits.
WOMAN CAUSES A DUEL.
Ilr. FertHiil. M lli nllt. unit W. M. Snillli.
H nm lli-liinmi, sIkioi Khi-Ii Other Oi ail.
St. Lot is. Mo., May :.'T. A comely
young woman named Miss Kiiima
Walters, a stenographer for the I'ull
inan l'alace far company, in this city,
was the cause of a pistol duel last
night, which resulted in the death of
Pr. John l-'erguson. a prominent
dentist, and William M. Smith, a
switchman on tin? Missouri I'acitie road.
Hawaii Mar IImv tn Watt.
Wahiinhtos. May ','T. The active op
ponents of Hawaiian annexation in
the Senate, it is learned, agreed to the
arrangement for daily sessions of the
Senate In-ginning at II o'clock only
after an understanding with a nuuilier
of Republican senators that the Ha
waiian question should not be earnest
ly pressed in the S'tiate in any form at
Ki-XhihI Attache A rr rent eil.
Xkw Youk, May ',"7. A special from
Key West says that the man arrested
on board the steamer Tanaum on sus
picion of being a Spanish spy is Lieu
tenant Sobral. formealy naval attache
of the Spanish legation at Washington.
W. A. SAl'NDKKS.
Attorney. Mi-relumta National liniik.
C IIKUIKK'S SAl.l--Hy virtue or an order
vl of H.llo ISMlleil out or the illstriet inmt
ror lioiittliiH eoiintv. Nelirawka. ami to me
illrecleil. I will, ivn thoHth day of . linn-. A.
H. lsl, al ten o'clm-k . m. of said day. :it
th east fronl door or thp rounty court
house. In the city or Omnlin, UniiKlas roiin.
ty. Neliraskn. sell at pulille auction to the
hlKhest hlilder ror cash, the nroiH-rtv de-
serib.Nl hi ruIiI order of ale, as followa.
lit seven (7). In hliK-k one binulred iin.l
nlnety-xeven (1!7). and also lot eiulit. In
Mock oni hiindreil and nlnety-iu'ven. (1117).
m original lliit or the eltv or Omaha, mm
surveyed, platted ami recordihl. all In
lioiiKlas county, Mtate of Nebraska.
S:ild nrnperty to Is. sold to satisfy Waller
VI. Keelcr, plaintiff herein, the Bum" of three
hundred and ninety-three and
(ttKi.Xl itollarn jiiilKtnettt, with Interest
thereon at the rate of ten (Ull per cent t-r
annum from September Wth. ISHti; and also
an attorney's f oe of H.32. which aniimnl.s
are a Mrs! valid and exlstlnir lien uiion lot
7. In block 1!7. above descrllHsl.
To snilsfy Walter K. eKeler. plaintiff
herein, the sum of four hundred and thirty-
eiKiit unit 4X-nm tw;.4NI dollars ludKinent.
with interest at rate of ten llll tx-r cent
per annum from September 2S. ismi; toKeth.
er with an attorney's fee of which
amounts are. a first valid and existing lien
tiHn nald lot S. block 1ST. above described.
To satisfy the sum of one hundred and
fourteen and K4-HM t$ll84) dollars costs
herein, together with aeerulnsr costs, ae
conllnir to a Judgment rendered hv the dis
trict court of said DoiirIiis county, at its
September term, A. I). lKflfi, In a certain
action and there pending, wherein Walter
Vt. Keeler Is plaintiff, ami Phoebe Rebecca
KIIiabeth Klwina Linton. Adolphus Freder
ick Linton, her husband. John Morris.
William Morris and Frank tYiv, copart
ners, dolnic business as Ashurst, Morris.
Crisp & Company. John Whlttaker Coop
er. William Isaac Shard, and John Morris
Omaha, Nebraska. Mav nth. 1SSS.
JOHN W. MeIONAI.T.
Sheriff of IHniKlas County, Nebraska.
W. A. Saunders, Attorney.
Keeler vs. Linton et al.
Iocket 5o, No. 178. 5-13-5
Spain Aks for M .loint 1'rolent.
I.oMHiN. May 2?. Thi' Home corre
spondent of the Daily Mail says: "Spain
recently sent a note inviting the
powers to protest jointly against the
blockade of Cuba. The pow ers decided
to take no action and no replies have
la-en received at Madrid."
San .lua ii Harbor Mined.
Xkw Yokk. May 27. A dispatch
from St. Thomas, i hitch West Indies,
says: Trivate advices which have
reached I'nited States Consul llanna
from l'orto Kico show that new mines
are being laid in the harlair of San
lawlessness at Key West.
KEY W kst. Kla.. May 27. Key West
is suffering from a reign of terror.
Two murders were committed during
the night and the best citizens feel
that unless the town is promptly put
under martial law a state of riot may
prevail at any moment.
Negroes Can Sow Kullst.
Wasih.noton. May 27. The negroes
of Missouri are to be given a chance
under the call for "immunes." Secre
tary Alger has agreed that one of the
regiments shall come from Missouri
and be made up of colored men.
Won't Sell Any Territory.
Paris, May 27.-An official denial
was issued to-day of the rumors of the
occupation, cession or sale of any
Spanish territory to France, and it waa
also denied that, tl;e latter intends U
occupy Moroccan territory.
W. A. SAUNDERS.
Attorney, Merchants National ?ank.
QHKRIFF'9 SALE By virtue of an
lJ alias order of sale issued out or the
district court for Douglas county. Nebras
ka, and to me directed. I will on the 14th
day of June, A. D. 1898. at ten o'clock a.
m. of said day, at the EAST front door of
the county court house, in th city of
Omaha, DouRlas county, Nebraska, sell at
public auction to the highest bldd r ror
rash the prooerty described In said order
of sale as follows, to-wlt:
T.ot forty-three (4.1) In Windsor Place
Extension, an addition to th eltv of
Omaha, as surveyed, platted and -recorded1,
all In Douglas county, state of Nebraska.
Said property to be sold to satisfy Harrv
J. Twlntlng. plaintiff herein, the sum of
forty-nine and 8-10O ($49.89) dollars Judg
ment, with interest thereon at the rate of
ten (10) per cent, per annum from Febru
ary 1st. 1897.
To satisfy the further sum of fifty and
G3-10I) dollars (STiO.63) costs herein, together
with accruing costs according to a Judg
ment rendered by the district court of said
Douglas county at Its February term. .
T. 1897,. In a certain action then and there
pending, wherein Harry J. Twinting Is
plaintiff and John Raumer. Josephine
Haumer. his wife, and Christopher Shind
ler are defendants.
Omaha, Nebraskn. May 13,
john w. Mcdonald.
Sheriff of Douglas County, Neb.
W. A. SACNDERS. Attorney.
Twinting vs. Raumer. et al. 5 13-5
Doc. 57. No. 24. Ex. Doc. Z. Page
I. U ANDKKW8.
Attorney, JOB New York Life Building.
SHERIFF'S SALE. BY V1KTUK OK AN
order of tale Issued out of the dlt4ct
court for Doula rounty. Nebraska, and t
me directed. 1 will, on the 14th dav of Juno,
A. D. 1SW at 10 o'clock A. u. of said day
at the EAST front door of the county com
house. In the city of Omaha. Douglas coua'f
Nebraska, sell at public auct ion to the hlat
est bidder for cash, the property described ka
said order of sale as follows, to-wlt:
Irfit number two 'Si In Block number thse
(3) in the Kirst Addition to the city of South
Omaha as surveyed, platted an1 recorded,
all in Douglas County State of Nebraska,
Said property to he sold to satisfy Nellie
Burgstrom plaintiff h'rein. the sum f
twelve hundred and thlny-three and 5-ltO
ltt.233 05i do lars judgment.
To satisfy the further sum of twelve
and 48-lfln dollars (112 48) costs herein, to
gether with accruing costs, according to a
Judgment rendered by the district court of
said Douglas county, at Its September term.
A D 1897. In a eer'sln action then and there
pending, wherein Nellie Hurgs'ro" Is plain
t ff and Hurry Johns- n, a minor. Is dffend
ant. Omaha, Nebraska. Mallih. lsK
JOHN W. MrD'iNAI.D.
Sheriff of Douglas County, Nebrasga
I K. Andrews, atturuey for plaintiff
BiirgKirom v Johnson.
law. W): No. I AY. i-ll-i
W. A. 8.M NDKUS.
Attorney, Mer.-liaiils National Hank lildu.
O 1 1 Kit IPCS SALE - I ty virtue of an .lu
' i Ii s iu iler nl 'sale Issued i, ill oriln-dis-triet
limit fur I 'nughi mini v. e!raska.
mi, I l.i tne Ilreele.1, 1 will, on tli.- 14ti dav
of June. A !. IV, A l. lis. at I" u'.-ioek
a. in of said day. al the EAST front dour
i.r the i-tiiimy I'oijrt hulls... in ih,. t-y i.i'
oimiha. i xniKlas eiiiiiily. sell at , ill, lie iiii,-.
tiuti. In tin. highest hi Mel- f,(r cash. Hie
in,,.ity described in said order uf Kali
an fiilluvi s, to-w it :
All uf lots seven (7i, ten 4 1 t . th'rteen
(i:ii. twentv-tUe (A.) and thirty (.Hi In Cun
ningham & llli'llll, ill's A lililion tu tile city
of Omaha, as surveyed, platted and reenrd
ed. all in lsniKlas eoiiniy, slale of Ne
braska. Said property to Ik- sold lo satisfy Harrv
.1. Twlniing. pl.iinliff lieieln, the sums as
on lot Seven (71. above ileserihe.l. ihe
sunt uf t-Z.'.H, toKether with an attorney's
fee of $2.:B.
on lot ten (in), almve d.wirllil. the
sum of $A"i.3, together with an uttunu v s
fee of Ii' , VI.
On lot twelvn (121. above descrilied. the
sum of SJniSI, together with an attorney's
fee of $2.i.
On lot thirteen (l.'t), above desei ilssl. the
sum of $Ai71, together with an attorney's
fee of t'.."i7.
on lot twenty-live (A'd, alsive descrjlieil.
the sum of $17.32, together with an attor
ney's f,f of $1.73; and
On lot thirty OH. above deserlls.,1. the
sum of $211.41;, together witit an attorney's
fee of $2.lM:
All of which sums, by the Judgment of
the illstriet court, hear Interest (excepting
the attorney' fe s) at the rate of ten lie)
per cent from May 3rd. 1H97. and are a (list
lien upon said alswe descrilied property.
TVi satisfy John A. Crelghton, defendant
herein, the sum of three hundred and
twenty-nlno and ilTi-Mi dollars ($:i3.ii:ii.
Judgment against Dennis Cunningham and
Jerry Ryan, with Interest thereon al rate
of seven (7) per cent per annum from De.
ceinher Isih, 1S91; which Hinounts are -i sec
ond lien upon lots seven (7), ten (la), twelve
(12), thirteen (l.J and twenty-tive i2.1i.
To satisfy F. S. Parmelee (Inn Connuinv
defendiiiit herein. Ihe sum of three hiindre i
Hinl sixteen and 4.1-HO dollars (I'ilii.l.li. ludir-
ment against Jerry Ryan, with interest
thereon at rate of seven (7) per cent ner
annum from May 11th. 1X93; which amount
Is a third 1 en nioit lot twentv-(lv i t.
Also to satisfy Daniel Condon the sum of
eleven thousand seven hundred and ten
and 8(-Hi dollars i$H.71ii.M), Judgment
iigainsi i lentil, i -iinnlngliam and Jerrv
Itvan.with interest thereon at rate of seven
(7) per cent per annum from February
3rd, 1SW: which amount Is a fourth lien
upon said described property.
To satisfy the further sum of two hun
dred and twenty-eight and 24-lutl dollars
($22X 241. r.wls herein, together with hc
eiulng costs, according to a Judgment ren
dered by the district court of said Douglas
county, at its May term, A. I . 1x97, In a
certain action then and there pending
wherein Harrv J. Twinting is plaintiff, and
Dennis Cunningham. Marv Cunningham,
his wife. William Mealev. Mrs.
Mealey, his wife. Ilrst and real name un
known. Jerry Ryan ami Mrs. Ryan.
his wife, first and real name unknown!
James J. Spellmnn. Mrs. Spcllnmn
his wife, tirst and real name unknown. Ju
lia lioetsehiils. The Countv of Douglas,
Daniel Condon, John A. Crelghton. Mer
chants National Hunk. John P. Rreen.
John Omssman, (ilobe Ioan Trust Com
iv.ny. Henry 1 hmnn. Thomas Murray
Charles Klopp. F. S. Pit r mete (inn Com
pany. Parlln Orendorff & Martin Company.
McCord, Brady Company, The Western
Newspaper t'nlon, Soren T. Peterson and
Anna Cunnlnnham are derendants.
Omaha, Nebraska. May 13th, Ixmk.
JOHN W. .MrDONAT.D.
Sheriff of Douglas County, Nebraska.
W". A. Saunders, attorney.
Twinting vs. Cunningham et al.
I Hie. 57; No. 2u.
Kx.-Doe. Z; Page 135. 5713-,".
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I',""".",i;'"'"''." '." ''lie. live anil line tory, with a deep iiivmeiv tleverly unraveled hir
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When Joy. Fills the Heart
it finds expression in song, gratifying the performer
anil delighting the hearer. Nothing so serves to calm
the weaned soul after a storm-tossed day as the
sweet melodies that recall memories of childhood
and those long gone to rest. Recognizing the need
of a varied list of songs, in neat and convenient
form, that would appeal to all hearts and tastes.
The Favorite Collection of Songs has been pre
Dared exnresslv to (ill this want, anil contain
1 J - ' w
words and music of 70 of the choicest produc
tions of gifted and famous composers. Picture
to yourself an evening at home with the follow
ing list of beautiful songs ln-fore you:
Mary anil Julia, or the Lovers' Quarrel,
a. ran 1
A ear Ao W. 8. Maksim
All A1111111K the Summer Hose V. Unbrtrl
A 1'ii Noihlnit Kiw To Do . L. Ilnilon
Acrin.it the Sea rirmiiw (itibnrl
HrlliK llm k Thy Sunshine .Vurir l'luiuitrllt
Blue Kyes Jiimm MnUoy
Cniiirailea F, li r Ni tilrumm
Come to the Suliet Tree Mrs. Ilrmaim
Dieain Kaeea M. fiifi liuton
DoiikIiix! Temler ami True Lmtu Jnhn Scott
lllealliilne II. .me J. ff.itfiill
' Down lielow the Waving Utulens " . . B. .. hrtnr
Kailiti leaves I'mtt llturitm
Koritet Me Not U'lIMm (Intit
" Klve o't'ltH k In the Morning" I'faruVI
(ill-l I Met on the Farm (The) Juhn Itnul
tiiililen Years Are Kleetlnir Loiiut it lil
ttiMMliiiglit A'uffiininfn " jWiirtan "
Hour of Hett (The) Junrpll I. H,mM
Happy I.lttlel uuntryHIrN Klizntntlt i'lulji
How Will He Kver Catch Theui Cuuilr,
He An KnelNlinian Sir Arthur foiiii im
I Whistle Hint Wait for Katie o. iuW .Viu
I Keally Don't Think I Shall Marry jtiion
.lustTuui h the HarpUeutly I'lmt. HUimfthiH
Jenny In the On-hard ,,iiinl,,i .iulr
.lm k s Farewell Inmrt I.. Mutton
Kate, I'iNir Kate, ('omit- Halt Hoylr
Kutey's lj-tu-r l.,lu ttufrrin
l.lttle Annie Kmney .Vi, h.u-l ,V,.(.ni
l.lttle FlHher Malilen (Thel I.uihtl Waliliiuum
Let Music Hreak ou This Ulest Mum,
Christ mas Carol
l.lttle Bulterenp's Songi Mr .4illnir Suliimn
lxive s Soft Oreetlni; X. L. Uilltrrt
Love That Slumbers MUtm H llmys
I'lH iiaiiea, full sheet music sl,e. prlnterl
Many Years Auo Sir jtrtnar Sullii-urt
Mother Watch the l.lttle Feet J. II'. f iirm-r
Nancy 1-ee titrphrtt ililnm
Oh! You Pretty Blue Eyed Witch II'. '. iViDlur
(Hit lianleii (late (The)..
Old Cottaite lis k (The)
Old Hani Gate (The)
Kuth and I
Speak to Me
That Is l,ove
The Sweetest Tune
Think of Me Nevermore
The Hoy I Ijive
The Dear Old Songs of Hume.
The Passing Hell
The Country Cousin. f tunic.
W. F. WtUmun. Jr.
Jus. L MinIc
Jamts L. 3f"loy
.W. 11. fii;
II. A.M, F,inan
I 'In rife, I
FtlltW I 'HtlQHllMt
...ui. .Smttn ItussrU
There's a Silver Liuing to Kvery Cloud.
Tell Me Truly A. .V. H ufirnrtti
W hen Soft Kyes Smile J,m. L. ltorekel
Why Tarries My l,ove? T. ItWilt
When Twilight Oathent In J. HiiUiig
Will Your Heart Kes(ioiidtoMlne...w4. V. Ituvirirr
When I View Ihe Mother Holding Anon
Watchman, Whatof theNlghtf I k. U,ih
Wst! Wst! Wst! Louk Shunt
Won't Vim Tell Me Why Kobln! cltmM
Whisper in the Twilight.' Aiitkutit KUli
on fine rreain tinted pa)er with newed binding,
V. A. SAI NIKRS.
Attorney, Merchants National Hank.
SHKKIKK'S SAI.K. By virtue of an
alias order of sale issnetl out of the
district court of Douglas county. Nebras
ka, and to me directed, I will, on the
14th day of June, A. I). ISWK. at ten o'clock
a. m. of said day, at the KAST front door
of the county court house. In the cltv of
Omaha. Douglas county, Nebraska, sell at
public auction to the highest hid ier for
cash the proiierty described in said order
of sale an follows, to-wlt:
t-iotn four (4) and five (5) in blo'k one
hundred and sixty-four tliU) of the Origin
al I'lat of the city of Omaha, as surveyed,
platted and recorded, all situated in Doug
las county, state of Nebraska.
Said property to be sold to satisfy Wal
ter K. Keeler, plaintiff herein, the sums as
On lot 4 In block 1M, above described, the
sum of tl.tW.iin, together with an attor
ney's fen of is.7t).
On lot 5 In block l&l. above described, the
sum of $!)i,ri.45. together with an attorney's
fee of $1)7.54.
Which said amounts according to the
Judgment of the district court bear inter
est at the rate of ten per cent, per annum
from September 2Sth. IH., and are first
lien upon said property.
To satisfy the further sum of three hun
dred and sixty-two and K2-1U0 $3.K) dol
lars costs herein, together with accruing-
costs according to a Judgment rendered by
the district court of said Douglas ountv,
at its September term, A. D. in a
certain action then and there pending,
wherein Walter R. Keeler is plaintiff and
Phoebe Rebecca Klizaheth Klwine l.inton
and Adalphus Frederick Linton, her hus
hand. John Morris, William Morris and
Frank Crisp, co-partners doing business
as Ashurst. Morris, Crisp Company,
John Whittaker Cooper and William leaiic
Shard are defendants.
JOHN W. McDONAl.P,
Sheriff of Douglas County, Neb.
W. A. SAt'NDERS. Attorney.
Keeler vs. I.tnton, et al.
Doc. 55: No. 179.
Ex. -Doc. I: Page 9fi. 5-13-5
allowing It to open flat on the music rack, elegantly designed cover, gotten up In fact to make Ibl
exterior a pleasing ornament, anil its Interior a lasting Joy. Publisher's price Is ll.UU. Our
Price, Postpaid, 50 Cents.
These prices are for "soot cash"" with your order. Remit by silver. 2 cent
postage Mamuf, F. 0. or Kxpre.. money order, or bank draft. Addre-s,
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1615 Howard Street, OMAHA, NEB.
W. A. SAUNDERS.
Attorney, Merchant National Bank.
OHERIFK'S SALE. By virtue of an order
- of sale Issued out of the district court
for Douglas rounty. Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I will on the iilsf. day of May. A.
I). lxm. at ten o'clock . M. of said day. at
the EAST front door of the county court
house. In the'ttyof Omaha. Douglas county.
Nebraska, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash the property described
In said order of sale as follows to-wlt:
Lot thirty i30)ln Keed's Second Addition to
tbecltynf Omaha, as surveyed, platted and
recorded, all in Douglas county, state of Ne
braska. Bald property to be sold to satisfy Walter
K. Keeler. plaintiff herein, the sum of four
hundred and one and 30-100 c01.;ioi dollars
judgment, with .interest thereon at the rate
of ten (101 tier cent, per annum from Febru
ary ith, 1W8. together with an attorneys fee
of forty and U 1(0 i40 131 dollars.
To satisfy the further sum of sixty-two
iiu ou-iuu uuiiarstKi-.wii costs nerein, together
with accruing costs according to a judgment
rendered by the district court of said Doug
las countv at Its February term, A. D. 1MM.
In a certain act ion then and there pending,
wherein Walter E Keeler is oluinttff and
Arthur.!. Wyman, Eleanor Phelps Sedleyand
Mr. Sedlev her husband first and real
nsme unkrown. are defndants.
Omaha Nebraska. Audi 2!ith. 198.
t,u ..John w. Mcdonald.
m a ,74 nSw'J"1'" Couuty. Nebraska
W. A. SAUNDERS Attorney.
Keeler vs. Wyman et nl. 4-o 5
Doc. 61. No. 4S. Ex. Doc. Z. Page
W. T. NELSON,
New York Life HuiMing.
In the District Court of Douglas county.
William 8 Sanderson, plaintiff vs. Mattle
To Mattle Sanderson, non-resident defend
ant: You re hereby nntiHed that, on the 9th
da of May. Isos. William S. Sanderson, nlaln
tiff herein. Hied a petition In the District
Court of Do ui I a County, Neb., the object
nd prayer of which are to obtain a divorce
from you on the ground that at the time of
the tnarr age between the plainillT and your
self you were physically Incompetent to pi r
form the s-xual dot esnf a w-fe 10 a husband
by reason of physical deformity, and forsucb
O'her relief as may be lust and Hi)ltiible.
You are reoulr.'d to answer aald nellttou
on or befur the V7th d of June. w,.
WILLIAM H SANDEIl'O.N. Plaintiff.
Ky Edson Klch, bis atu rney.
V. A. S.U'XDEKS,
Attorney, Merchants NatlonsI Bank Bid?
UUhKlKF'S SALE. By virtue of an
0 order of sale Issued out of the district
court for Douglas county. Nebraska and
to me directed. I will, on the 14th day r.f
June, A. D. IH!. at ten o'clock a. m. of said
day. at the EAST front door of the county
court house. In the city of Omaha. Douglas
county. Nebraska, sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash, the property de
scribed in said order of sale as follows, to
wlt: Lot four (4i. block three hundred and six
teen Cilb) In theorinlnsl plat of the city of
Omaha, as surveyed, platted and recorded
and all being situated In Douglas county,
state of Nebraska,
Said property to be sold to satisfy Harry . I.
Twlntine. plaintiff herein, the sum of Fifty
six and 78-100 itftd 78i collars Judgmen ', with
Interest thereon at the rate of ten (10) per
cent per annum from September 27. ls7, to
gether with an attorney's fee of live and
67-1(10 : 67) dollars which said amounts are
a tirst lien upon said above described prop
erty. To satisfy the further sum or sixteen
and 60-100 (116 601 dollars cost herein, to
gether with accruing costs, according to a
Judgment rendered by the district court of
said Douglas county, state of Nebraska at
Its September tertu A. D li7. in a certain
action then and there pending, wherein
Harry J. Twluting s plaintiff aod I he Amer
ican NatlonsI Bank of Omiha Nebraska, a
corporation otgsn'i-d under the laws of th
1 nlted Statei. Samuel S. Curt s and Kile
Bird Curt s are d- fenilants
Omaha. Nebraska. May i:nh. Ix'w
, . Mm W- M' IM1NALD,
. SberllT of Douglin County. Nebrsaa
W . A. Saunders, at urii- y.
Twinting is Are Nut llmk et.al.
Hoe ill. No i. (:. I. I', It:. J-l l-li
notice to non-residknt.
To Ellen Sarah Helmer, non-resident
You are hereby nolilied that on the 5th
-uve er. mm, rraiiK I lionii.son
MVeeiil,,' ..,,.1 I .... I 1 I-.:.., .'.
lx, ,,ilm., Hiuuinistrator
witn the will unnexed of James Thomiison
us 11 ninnpr ,u,..i 1.. ..... , '
; ,..-11, 10 11 111 me uisiri'"
'.,., loiuKius cinitny, .M-nraska, an,
1.1HL fun, 1 in 1 11,'H , ii-.i wiin iitners. are nar-
ties deleni ant. The obloct nn.i ,.
said petition is to foreclose a certain'mnrt-
K.ifie rjei'iiim II)' I.OU1S Helmer II lid Ellt-ri
Sarah Helmer on the th day of Decem
ber. 1b:i. upon the property situate in
Douglas county, Nebraska, described 'as
1-ots fourteen (14). fifteen (1.1). sixteep, J
(li;) and twenty-two CL'). in blot k three Ci" "(
Wise and I'arme ee's ,.,l,ii,i,, ... . V
Ullillt on to Die i i)r
to secure the navmoni r,r .
,.. u.,er,o, nir Hie sum of Jl.XiHI
1(1 per cent Interest thereon from d.it
- 1,. ' nontieii that on Ih
.1111 I'lnner. JMI,, ()H, ,
Farmer's Loan and Trust
, -'- 11 iiii.t c.ise tor the pur-
pose 01 fonlosinif one certain tax certiti
November 12. ixW. Issued to J
F. Toy and by him assigned to the Fa.rnevs
Ian and Trust Cmnany. and als one
certain lax cert Menu .i.,....i x-.V. '
in lKim k.,,1, r . ..." '. -'"emi)er
malee s addition to the
Omaha, Douglas countv'
That there is due the said
ii", so , . 1 company the sum of
4.1.ao with interest from November : 18')7
a the rate Of ten per cent per annum ' An i
cross-iivtltloner iiravs fur -., ,1.,,
it has n tirv, tio,, ..!.,
real estate, the .same to he sold to satisfy
the. amount due with interest, uttori eV'
fees and costs ' """""ejs
1' ai 'liter's
ire reouired tn imui. ..u ... V
and rross-netitmn .. , "'" " ' luon w
,i.,.- r.t i.. V ' oeiore
,n June, i?,
l" I) A V I.' Ttl.Ml . .r, . . .
THP. I. a nit'ijo t .-. .''' a I.
CO ---'""- i. AND
Hy V. A.
I locket 62.
No. lfi. '
J.T. PATCH. Attorney
Inr)!XkenP,n.eI 'hp, 0SUlte of K'lard J.
is hereby given that the creditor
deceased will m,., ,i, .. 1 , 9
'iuV;r A7 i','1" r""- '-fore iner'em 'ty
Ju.lge of Douglas county, Nebraska at
he county court room. In said countv ,m
the .12,1, day of July, isle, on the l" , , lav
of September, and on 11,,. mi, .1.... . 'J y
V..11.I.PI. 1WM ... a ... .1 " .' " " " "I
; "' " " chick a. m. ea
lor the purpoee of present,,,"- u,,.,,
awm" '.,J".r n,-'.' '"! "How
in. hi e uinm e.i i,r
Mors to (iresei.t their claims r,,
. ...e n.iininisu,',,,,,. t)) Sl tl
from the 4tl, day ,,f ,v V)I
said 1 ta,.
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