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VOL. XIV. ttJLTUELTSOlK, KEEBASKA, THUBSDAY, DEOEMEBR 4 . 19Q2. NO.23
Vohn Burke is lea rniiu,' the art of us
'nK hyphens & etc, tills week.
Mm. Frank Scott iweomes a reader of
the PttKKs-JuKKNAi, with tlnst is-tie.
Sunday school ut 10 o'clock; every
body invited, V. H. Davis; Sunt.
Jul received: A new consignment of
uta and bos clothm at GKULA'ilS.
Rev. Morton went to Pleasant Rnle
last Monday, lo bem revival meulint;.
VvxiiiV Kendall, the mini currier, retort
lots of miuiv 11 ween here and Montrose.
, CTaus ('hristenseii uij'I wife mill Mrs.
Jen Meng ci ll.ii rison visitors lust
A ntimtwr itf Indian', camped south
went nf town ye-.terd.iy. 1 t-l I O'Connor
lioutlt a hoix of I hem.
More and better (hmIh for the same
Bi.Bty t Cjerl.ii'h'.t store tlmii any other
place, try laem. 10-U
The tnngin oluss will meet. Friday
vetiiii, ow in;; lo the storm Tuesday
flight bald meeting was .osl'i i.ed until
this date. Lt rtM meii.lieis attend.
There will be a h;eilinK mjIiooI ut the
Harrison school -home, Friday evening
Dec. 12, In-inninK M 1:'.)0 oVI.wk .
Adinl.-s.'ii., 5 cents.
All ersoiis knowing IbeiiiHelves in
debted to us will (dense come lorwanl
nnd settle up, for it Likes money to run
H new paper as well us any tiling else.
VV I r. Reichurd will h-at, Harrison, at
t'emmeroial Hotel, Hec (5 to piei.un.d
to do all kind i f dental work cli-: pei
than any one. L'jaiacla Icelli without
If you want a iup in Ladies and child
ri ! to GKULAs'li'.-. e.beie you
aa buy thorn cheaper than in miy
astern city. They now have a l.iru
A woman atSe.wurd was nrresltd for
bigamy and put in Jul. II all the men in
Nebraska who are purity of bigamy
wrre put in jail, where wi uld the crowd
be? -Stuart Ledger.
"Mr. J. 11. Wilhermsdorfer is visit mi'
with Mrs. W. II Tblllips th s week, and
J. H. looks pretty lonesome, but he says
he has eatn Ins own cocking niostof ihe
tune during Mrs. W's abs ru e.
In cop inir the report freni m Imol i'is
trict No. '2 lust week we toi'ol to (.'ive
tb Crawford Hullelin cri.'tt. lor the
clipping; mi we pardon IUo Lim'.e-
man, ai will try and not do this again.
James Met 'arm was up from his ranch
last Monday on business and ot snowed
in and had to stay with town folks until
Wednesday, but as Jim is a nicj quiet
fellow we are always j.-lad to have him
H. T. Mclntyre, St. Paul, Minn., who
has been troubled with a disordered stom
uch, aavs, Chamberluirr.s Stomach and
Liver Tablets do me uiore (,'ood than any
thing I have ever taken. For sale by all
Th PaEss-.Ioi RNAr. him printed a lim
Ued number of maps mi Manilla card
board whii'h curl t secured tor 10c each
Tliy "ill ! W given as a premiui to
bounty Tras. Davis thought he had
closed a deal with a H icU Indut for a
horso, but when the ltuck went to con
ault hi betur half nh said "no' so the
deal a oil'. Who sivs the lmliariH are
ot baconili)),' civilized?
Stock brand will be ch:crj,r"d for, at
the rale tfiven at tlie bend of ,ur brand
column, no matter what charges have
baen made heretofore, for it seems that
a ali(ht nilsiindeTstandinu' has Wen h;ul
coitoerniii the cbargr iiilide.
To ail tin know tlcuusHlves indebted
to Clias. J.lliblwlu. will do him a favor
by MllliftK up with bin iH -"u 11,1
V. J. Ilibheln.
Ocurire Okane. adds his nam our
list i-f readers inn "Kain imd Is-cniin'a
inlerrsitd in Hioux o. and tier oplii.
Hucteiw to vii Mr. Okane, and we
hoi yiu iiihV coisb seeud to come and
u in the near I -lures wh in your old
fn-d. ad writer for the I It raid, if nota
rti.idoit of Miou ' '.. nay longer we get
few ilvmsfroio Itu In iu li.il. I Js n ab 'iit
IT A PPI?TrTP.vJ
The Woodmen of the World will meet
Saturday nmht for th" purpose of elect
int; officers for tlie comiig ;ur, and the
Mudi it; VVo.'ilmeu vviIT tjiePtonw wek
from Saturday flight for the purpose of
elect ini$ officers. All members of Loth
camps are requested to be present.
W.I I. iMVis; Clerk.
It was a Missouri man who went to
Washington, l. to sell horses and re
ports his luck a fellows: "The people
travel there or. cars run by cable, or elec
tricity and ilu not need draft or roadsters;
they ride on bicycles and autoiiiohilesiind
don't need fast Hotter..; be gamble by
wire and don't nei d race hoists, and the
Uuvermeht in run entirly by jackasses so
there vou are." Fx.
A. J. Knell wanted to attend a p'irty,
but was aliaid to do so on account of
pains in his stomal h, w hiih he bared
would crmv vore. He says, "I was
tellinn mv troubles to a lady friend, who
said: '. hnmbwiaiii's Colic, Cholera and
Ihhrrhoea Kduedy iwil jul ou in con
dition for the party.' I bought n Imttle
and . kw pleasure in staling that two
doses cured me and enabled rue tn have a
trood lime at th- party.'' Mr. Sneil is a
resid,l ,.f Kii.i- lb::, N. Y. Tlsis
rutnedy is for sale h all In tigt;ists.
A Cccd Investment.
We have formed a Sloe!; Company to
operate t he pild mine that I have been
interested in fur p-'st, four yeais. We
have decided to n.-ct a stamp mill and in
oilier to ilu so we il m1 a limited
numlier l Shares at 20 cuds p r share,
per value nr. dollar. The d-velojiellielit
I work is about, cump'e'ed, and shown,
I so lar is excellent. Will l-e pit used to
' see any ol my Irie.mls and t-Nnlain our
! proposition to them for a prolilalde In
E F. 1'oNTirs,
A Missouri pap r tells (,f h man named
Jones, a new comer, having d posited 10U
uoliats in I be pastor' salary box one
Sunday recently. The preacher asked
why he bad been so en r. i.s mid be said
that be bad jn-t i ncaccd in business in
I he low n ttiril be w nub d to help along the
cause. Then the prmcher iiiiuounced
that tie would surely pa'romze Mr. Jones
and ar-ked all iie ci .. refjn I ion who
e.ot;;d !o likewise lostiiiid up. Then the
w hole unnj.rrertl ion arose and the preach
er askeii Mr. Jones what his business was
ai d be lepio ': "I am .1 silicon keeper."
Sle-ridun En'ei prise.
AMI LiVl.il TAL.Lt I S.
Tr th rn
When you feel dull after eating.
Wben otl have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in the mouth
When your bver in torpid.
When your kiwels ate constipated
When vou hav n he; d iche.
When you feel bilious.
They will improve your appetit. cleaihe
and invigorate your stomach and regu
late your li ver and bowels. For sa.e by
Are Men Losing Respect for the
L&dlos ol Our i-nd?
This is a question that has come Is'fore
the writer tune and again, and our trip
to Cr.iwfoid hist week in pressed more
vividly upon our mind that such must 1
the cim-. Wben the rain arrived at It.
Robiusou a la" i.uu.lier of colored sold
iers boarded the limn, and so far us re
spect lor the laches ihat were Ml the coach
Was concerned there was none; The smell
of tobacco and loud boihltrous talking
was carried on un.il the train reached
Craw ford, ui.il no doubt the ladies lliut
diU not gel ll tin ie Wele as I liankl ill as
the ones hal did. On our return the
train was bile, therefore ini.sliK the
passengers to Walt, in the depot, and It
surely was a ver. unpleasant place fur
ladies to have In s'av Willi a mixture of
w hit' s and negroes, and it seemed th.il,
every smoker was trying to outstnoke
the other, mid there seemed to be no one
that had the authority to slop them, or
didn't ll he had, but it dis s strm to us
that more roped should Is. show n to the
mothers ol our cout.iry than what is.
We wiil admit (li. l'e aic a great inunj
ladies thatdoli'l i.bjei I to tobacco smoke
at tones, but in crowded wailil i: rooms
o here in. at mo-phi c is not the pliresl
We consider It II shame lllid H tl'sfll'.ice lol
Hie ones that do have Ibe i.ntboiil) to
stop it am! don't. We do believe that if
nomaii can't have all the lights of a iiihii
she should have ibsn'it to nay w b. t le r
hi r nose shall !.! us. d as .i (.miuiucv lor
the tobacco smoker U '.h .ut the la f!
i Tuesday morning loiiu-l us all mixed
j up in a whirli'ig snow storm, but tins
j Wednesday morning finds Us again with
I old Sol's lays Wamii.g dow n upon us as
if not lung unusual bad liappeiieil. vv line
quite a huge urr, mint of snow lell the
gn liter portion of it drifted in the breaks
am! low place. The east bound passen
ger train that was due here at, ti :3 P.M.
Tuesday eve. Old nut. arrive iiitt.d 7 A.M.
Wedncsd;i morning and then had two
engines to clear the track No doubt
this hard storm on the. stock while
it lasted, but as the stock are all strong
there i au't be much loss if any.
Mr. J, II. Sturdivaiit and family, w ho
are visit ing in Pleasant, Co, West Va.,
writes us that tbev lost, their little gill
three years of ime, on the 21st day of
November. She da d of lung fever. Mr.
Slurdivant says she was taken sick very
sudden, but lingered for near'y four
weeks before death claimed her. The
funeral services were conducted by Itev.
Kelly of the M E. church, and the re
mams were inleie l in the Mount Carrm I
cemetery. Pleasant county W. V. near
St. Marys. Mr, and Mrs. Suinlivaril's
many friends in Sioux county will be
sorry to hear of the loss of this precious
soul, but I lis w ill bedone.
The Pl(l-ji JnfltNAb extendssympathies
tn the lenavtd parents, Mr. Slurdivant
writes that he and Ins wile, will soon re
t urn to Sioux i cunt v.
'HE WAS fOVNDEEADINHIS Ut-UI
How ol ten this record meets the eye
in the ict inon .s of men. The stout,
healthy looking man or woman goes
siiiiling or chattering to bed, little think
ing of the asMilt which even then disease
Is S'Clelly preparing to male) oil the
citailel of b'e. in the morning the cold
anil si i( "..(,, i ciji v s It'iit.l y testoh s that
its late occupant, was suddenly summon
ed to pass it he portals of death at. some
unknow n moment iiuriiu the night. The
affrighted survivors go forth with sirs
lieialei! breath and say to the gaping,
busl ling world, ' was found lieau
in Ins bed!"
Header, should Vol' h- found dead in
your bed, would that night of your de
p.,rl lire be your lirst ninbt in 1H.IJ. wr
your first night in HK.VVKNV Winch?
There wns a very good atlendi. nee nt
the Nor! h esleru 'IracherV, .ssociu!nn
hei.l at I'raw ord hist Frtdav and Satur
day, and wi re pleased to sew several
teachers there from Sioux county, but.
would have liked to seen more. We car)
alttaysootinl. the ones that, are interested
in education w hen it conn s to ineetiims
of this kind, and you will a I v. a, i lira! the
learhersthat alt rid these iissucintiot.s
thi ones that are getting th" better
posit ion-, and well thev niiht, for tin y
are interested in the education of oar
children mid lie' school boards are not
long in linding it out. Among those
present from I Ins county w ere; Mn Susie
Topper and Miss Ona Ilellyer from Harri
son, and Miss Elizabeth Harris and Alex
Johnson from (ilcti, anil Miss I'essie
Pomeroy and Miss Maltha I'ihnrd and
Mr. Clarence Ruiui from Carey.
Disappointed In Brysn.
(Lincoln Swedish Tribune.)
The e iiior 1. 1 the Ol taw a Journal was
one of tlw Si. 000 who hea'd Wdha-ii Jen
mugs ltr an spn,k al the I 'l.atilaiiqua.
He aiiinils that h-anlicipaleil a thor
ough fra.y.e of repiibbcanism by t be
famous orator but was sadly disap
pointed. The Journal comments as lol
Ioas: "J'r. HrjanV lalk was not a political
speech in liny sense of the word. It. was
a classic in the analysis of goviin
niental conditions. It sound ov.r and
ulsive a political speti n as far as Is the
! eagle's Might beu.nd that of I hi niuawk
j ing mud heron, bid Jou ever go to a
i bouse of worship, lislen to an eli-quint
and hi nut.iful sermon, mid con.e away
leehng Idled up, made l etter, will) ciir
j ideas eevat"d and purifiefl? lid oi.';
I Will, tli n, otlkno.v the ill'.cl this
I talk had on me, It wns Is tttr than a
sermon! It was an iii'piralu.n lilled to
the hum with hie ami charily lor all I'd
rather lie ublii to ilmik Ibe ii" lights of
thai talk, and think In on Mtciciv, than
hold iin polit,. nl o,i' i u ill tho s ale of
Illinois! It was grand!
"And they talk about this man lin
'dead one!' No olio who heard bun
and could leel, act tin lly le.l.the nuswer
Itij' thrill 1 1 lilt went throng' i Hint, great
audi. in'. i m rispoi.se to his woids, would
ever subscribe to that, Verdict. 1'einl?
Well, if he s, then I'd ratlmr by a 'dead
one, I ban a w hole ci inpaii v of those wi;
j hfiir spoken ol us 'In . ones ' I ralhr
(ancy iliitbi-. funeral is a v. i long ay
olf. lb: IS a griilHl chill -icier, l. ion " t. in
a t in's by h'uiself, nial licit her lias the
world proM'cred to him as jet all the
glory "r I unit Hint will yet Isi his. Jam
a lepubln an, hut fv got my bm n. t t ft
to Cob-... I H i :iii. lie's a icnii, ei' ij
tei )i ol b:o. " - V'. oi lil it -ii 'I
South Omaha, Nebr. Dec. 3, 1002.
Chniio bad hii enormous run of cattle
Monday, reaching over otf.000. Our re
ceipt i re only 10,0(10 lor t wo days but
market is weak in sympathy with
We quote cornfed Ufef 3 Til to 5, .")(),
w ith choice at 6.00; high grade yearlings
1.50 to 4 75, good fair feeders 3.40 to 3 CO
common a.OO to 3.30- choice fat cows 3.
00 to 3 .10, Ian 2.a0 i... 3.00 canners 1..10
to 2 20; veal 4 00 to .1 00; bulls 1.75 to 3
50, extra good 4.00 Uood steer stock
calves 4 tiO to 4 25; heifers 2 50 lo 3.00.
Hog receipts moderate. Market about
steady. Range 5 05 to 0 10. Keceipt
01 sheep lulling oil hi re. Market Is lip
lo day to about best lime last week.
Feeders slow and low.
Lambs 4 75 -5 t'O 3 503 HO
Yearlings 3 til - 4 DO 3 00-3 25
Wethers 8.253 .10 2.(10-3 10
Ewes 2 70-3 25 100-2.00
NYU & FStCHANAN.
Tommy's Pa Trios to Answer Soma of
tro Posers Tommy Puts to Him.
Tommy Say , pa?
Pa Well, what is it this time, my
Tommy Say, pa. would Italy have
a r elit io s-nd an army over here if she
il.dn't like th uay we treated Ilaliars
in this conn' ry?
Pa No, my son, cerlainlj' not. I
'hoiild I huik a boy of your age would
Tomim Not if Italians were Ivnclie I
is Ib.-y have been several limes, and the
wicbi-rs went u,ipoiii.bt'i!?
Pa Certainly not, Thomas. If for
ein-rs oon'i like it. in this country llity
aecdn'l cioiie here
I'oiriuij S i , pa, ha ve wen nyht lo
; 'lid our p'-ople to i tuna it the bin.
lon'i a m. I hem t her. ? '
I 'a, ty i eetirsH Tommy: because our
ol j' c! is to civibze Ihein iihd introduce
Toiiiniv Why do (be Boxers oppose
ibeioining ol lorgeiuers to t hu a?
Pa They ari" a delnd-d set. Tommy:
'hey know nothing about, the civilized
vol Id, and don't believe in iiuproveiueiits
iominy Isn't il uale that Cuuiese
invented priii'mg aiid tlei compass and
.'Unliowd. r ai d paper; and didn't lhey
have the (joaleii Role ages belore wedid.
Pa jjnpjuse they did have !he (toldeu
Hub, 'I lion, as; Ihej never put it to any
Tommy Bui, how about, us Pa; do we
lull, mv the Golden Role when we keep
.'iiiuc.se out l this country, ai.d then
lon e ' hina to let our people go there?
Pa Thomas y ou are gelling loo .smart
Vv hen j ou hcl a III I le rider oil w ill
tarn Ilu.I cin umsl.oa es alter e.is. s.
Tomnn S;i , , p,i, is a good China,
man any wor... than a baJ Italian or a
baa i I iini.'iii i.iu or even a bad A merica t,'(
pa Tlia''.s not Ibe point, my son
i b, y v.c, i k loo cheap. j
ion mi Ho y on mean that they do
in. .re lor a d olar iii-ui the. Iiahan or the
Hungarian or the American?
P - Ys, lliats ii. 1 1 n-y don't charge
enough for what lhey do.
Tommy-Say, Pa, don't we get the
best ol the bargain if we Jiay them less
than lhey ar-i worth?
Pa '1 hat's not it, Tommy. They
don't live up to our standards. lhey
don't ; pei id their money, but save it.
Tom icy They don't buy whisKev or
tobacco, do lhey, Pa or paleiit lealhi r
1H 'hut's it. Tommy ; they are not
Toe my Hav, Pa, if the boys in ( hina
threw stones at an American what would
w e do?
pH Our government, would land some
soldiers and collect an indemnity.
Tommy But say, Pa, down South
didn't some of our people pull the I hi
nese minister's queue; and in Pcnns I
vann didn't the si nkeis throw sioueis at
htm throiiuh th car window; and at
Atlnc'ie i lly didn't some roughs give
him a ducking?
l' l- Yes I belie v) so; but he is a
lieiilheu and he deserved it.
Tommy lid h complain ol these out
rages to his government?
I' ,- No, Tommy, be knew it, would oo
Tommy Say, pa, didn't be say le
forgave those mjor.es ami thai he real
17.. d that the country ns a whole was not
responsible lor them?
P:i I ! my hiivi. said soinethitig of
I he l;md.
Tommy Then, Pa.didti'l be net more
according to the Golden Uule than e do
toward his pei pie?
Pa See h' I'e, Thorn 's; sinca you've
b I'll 1 1.! ill).- curt-e LVentfr bi si I.' i I
wm've been geirin i ,u si mi i h it :
bov piidenils to know man' t 'an his
liith.r, soiiie'.lung is wrong Come with
nie into the woodshed, ni..l we'll Men who
has 1'iv I.. :! of th 1 1: -i;-" '
- 1' . I.llll ilM"
A N D R KW 'S P R OG R A M M E
FUR UKCr.MBKR iy.
Welcome By Miss L. E. Harris
hristmas Welcome By the School
Welcome "Hecitiition.... ."...iiva Proctor
invocation, Mrs. (J. lJ. Basset
Our Greeting By the School
t hrislmus Time Pearla Jones
Recitation, . . Kay iiagarinau
"His Yoke is Kasy" By the School
KeoitiiUon "To Prev.ut a Mistake"
1 homas Jones
Twenty Frogies By Small Pupils
Recitation "The Tea Party"
The Song of the Camp,. .Lilian E. Harris
Si-iug "riilenl Nigh ', (in German)
Mrs. 1 .'. Uhrislensen
Song "Silent Night" and trans
lated by the School
I iiocas Jones
Pe .rbj Jones
Song, "The Bogieman" By the School
Recitation,,. ;.."A Mother's Song"
Rdcilation, Mrs S E Jones
.Sony, "There's Music in the Air"..Schol
Recilalion, Roy Haggeiiiiaii
" "Santa (..'laus'', Birdie Jones
Jialogue, "Fanny Gray"
. Iu'-a 1 ,'hrislensen
Song, "My Kitty" Mabel Christ en.sen
f -natation 'Best, lo kuuw Nothing ut all"
I K.i y Hagiferniaii
Dialogue, '- Roy "
) iiiiijih Shepherd
Song, "The Woodpecker" -By the School
Rec "When ill" Angry Passions Gather"
1'boii. as Jones
' "Latin Song;" Lilian E. Harris
( I lara Christerisc-n
Sash brill, By .... J tai'ia Joiks
I Erii Proctor
' j.iiihel , hristensen
Song, "Tiie Hurdy tjictly Man",. .Scboc I
.'l i ogiie, "lh ; Watermelon PicKlc''
by Airs S E Jones and '1 nomas Jones
Sung, 1 he Voice within Us" School
.halcgue, "The Rainbow" By Mabel
hrisleiiseu, Lva Pioclor, Hoy ll.ie.gir
innil, 1 . liir.i 1 liiisleiisen, Lilian iiarris,
i'eiiria Jones, and 'I in 111,1s Jones,
lialogue "The tairy Maids" ..By Clan,
'hrist -useri, Pearla Jones, Eva Proctor,
Reciutiou "A Tale vitb a Point'"
The Fl.ig Iiialogue.. By L'li.m E H arris,
kirn Chrisi en-en, I bouiiis Jones, Pearle
Jones, and Eva Proctor.
1 nalogue "The Census Taking"
Pearla Jones and Hans Jensen
Song "Ting a Ling" By School
blaloi:un "The Interviewer"
Mr Tom Jor.es and Lilian Harris
Christ mas Thoughts, MrsiJ b Basset
iiaogue "Kris Kringle". . . By Mabel
hristensen and Thomas Jones
itia. "As with Gladness" By School
Recitation .."A Shepherd Hoy's Carol"
l Ilitra 1 Ihrisleusen
Paper .Mrs S. E. Jones
Some Boys and Girls "
,. , ,,. I Birdie Jones
1 la. ''iiirdie s Call ' -i , ,,.
j Mabel ' hnslensen
"Up in the House Top". .By ttie School
,( Mali"! Chi'is'eiiscn
The Daily's Lulaby
I Eva Proctor
Oration, ..By J M. Stimson of Harrison
Song, By Sunday School Selected
, ... ., ( Thomas Jones
'The Two Mice , . r.. , ,
Remarks PySupt. J. B. Burke
Song "Christ is Kum" By School
Distribution of Pres. in-, Hv Santa Glaus
(lliant By Surdav School
Vailiu Music By Carl Boehrs
Sor.g..By Mr. Chirk, from Runningwater
Recitation "Good Bye" Pearl Jones
Farewell Song By School
Coffee und Cake free to all, al ters arils
Merely i .loke,
Gufher You may not believe It but
I've ttover had nn utiklnd word from
my wife In all my life.
Hcpppck Oh, don't t.-y to spring
that i.id chcKtm:t on me.
I Gurihcr-W'iiiit old cUcftnnt?
I Hi'tipcck-V011 w.ti't mr to tiny,
I "How did you miiiinge that?" und thvn
you'll say, 'T never gnt married." De
troit Frt'P Prose.
How It Happened.
Mrs. Nesdorc My duu.'htor wrs
prnrtlclnR lur r.tv concert piece Iat
night. Did yon hour her?
Mrs. Popprcy-Oh. yes.
Mrs. Nosdoro How whs it?
Mrs. Poppiey 1 nhtiply couldn't fret
woy; that' how It was.-I'hlhuleljilila
Jot Itemly to Arbltrote.
; "Stop! Don't f'cTht, boys'. Cnn't w
! lirbitnitp this thing?" asl td ono of th
"Yes, air." paut.-tl the f !'r-.v who wa
on top. "Just 11s ution :;s I've I lacked
his other eye!"-('b!c::go Tribuno.
Little Willie-Pit. M hnt dccn tli'f pa
per iiuiin by miyhig II. w;tn 11 fnitticsn
F:i lh"r It probnl l.v itppll-tt, my run.
to the (iii',i; of ",'i) pent v. ho wan
loo'-1 .; 1 iiif'-nptil' t. firi r cine aw.
W. K. SMITH
Buys, Hides, Tallow, Pelts, and Furs,
and will pay highest market price.
Leave at Marsteller Bros or at my
residence east of school-house.
J. E, PHINVEY. M. I)
Phyisciitn hhiI Surgeon.
All cbIIs given prompt attention
Oflice in Drutr .store.
-HAKRISOS - NEBRASKA.
Prompt attention given to all legai
niattors in Justice, Coi:nt y and District
Courts, and before the United State
Fire Insurance written in reliabU
"Legal papers carefully drawn.
Hakkiso.n. - Nehkaska.
P. E. M. V. 11. R. is th Ujt
to and from the
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DEADWOOI.) ASI hot spkisus,
F. E. & M. V. R. R. Time Table.
New Schedule of Trains.
Taking effect Sunday Nov. 23.
West, Bound, East Bound.
No. 51), F,t. .. 9:0.') No. 60, Fit. .. .2:35
No. 5, Psgr. 11:55 No. 4,Psgr. arrive
I tt:35, departs 7:00
Both trains carry passengers.
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NOTION OF PUBLIC SALE.
Hy virtue of ns tinier from the count?
c iniii Isiouers, 1 will sell at Public Psle, tm
tne ,Sth liny ol iieceiiilx-r, 10P2, ut t o'cloi-k
I'. M.lollie liiciii'st Imliler for r.usli, tlm
follmiiiiK ilesiribeil pioperty to wtt: llie
-K'j ol the .NW'i and tlm Mv if t'ati SWi;
.nal llie NW'., nf the SK', aval the WV nf
tll.-M'ol .ectllill tVM'l.t V ltve (iTi), !').
tiiirlj -lour (HI) north ef liiiiiK"' (ll ty llve (M
west, anil the N K'i of Scrt!i:n tv.enty tlvo."i)
'I'wp. ililrty three (,!:() 1101 tli of ItKnite llfly..
three, (5;i) v. est till) I'llucliiel Merldlim,
John 1. Diivln,
21-3 t o. Treasurer.
NOril EOF SA1F. UNDER CHATrKI.
Notice Isliireliy kivcii that by virtue of
chut tel 11 01 tin ilatcil M jiti inlier 4, I'.-OJ
ami duly uleil in tin' office of the county
clerk ol f mux county, Ncliriiska, on the fall
day ol N'pieinlicr, l'.'ifi, and executed by V. L.
ih. II to 1'. A. Newlii rry 10 secure the pay
1, 0 1 of the piiiu of ir: i'.i .itt sad upon wlileli
He; p I now dm' the slim ol 6:M7ft Default
'lav.i ft Im'i-ii ii.eiln In tl'.e payment; nf iiM
-1 in mal no salt nr other proccedlniis nt lew
Iw.vli f, torn Ii HIMi ted to recover mild debt,
oi nny purl therro) . ttior. fore 1 will sell the
irot.rty Ihoroin iVsrrihcit, t)ir1t! 1
hiiiiilict lnn of new buy In (tirod condition
si d pin up In l'.ti'i, at raibiic sucttaa on Dee.
li tn '1 1'. i.h p ii. U ii;e M, In Blows cenutjr,
Nehr.'ska, om the ;fl ny nf Pro'iuber, lft, t
iiiino'elni'k p. 111. ol onl't dev.
;utcibNi). en:l;i 1 ilh, IW.
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