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Atlantic Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 29, 1895, Atlantic, Iowa VOLUME MONDAY APKIL 1895 NUMBER 118 Tiwwwwwwwwwwwwwwttwtwwwwwtwwwwr Announcement to the People of Doershell itwwwtwwMwwwwwwmwwmwwwwwwwwtr Atlantic and Cass We are about to centralize our business in Des Moines and therefore will inaugurate a flD GOflSOMMTIOfl SIItEI WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF 3 Dry t AT No Quarters No Reserve Our room must be vacated in about 60 Now is the golden You 3 have been offered bargains but this sale will exceed all previous We will not quote prices nor suffice it to say that THIS SALE WILL BE THE EVENT OF THE We make this sacrifice because our time is You know our 3 stock is the best in Cass county or west of Des This signal ClosingOut Sale will 3 commence at Everything goes regardless of MOERSHELL Ic FOR A LIMITED TIME A HANDSOME eather Docket I ease FREE TOBACCO CHAMPAGNE FLAVOR The American NEW SOCIETY Atlantic Council log Meets 1st and 3d Fri days of each Frater nal Life and Accident WILLABD Secy Sam Bice Post meets second and fourth Friday of each month In the G hall At Visiting comrades SINGLE Atlantic Loyal Lodge Meets every Thursday at 8 in Git Bed Cloud Tribe Meets every Monday at 8 In the Visiting members of the Order always of Pai k Camp Atlantic Meets 2d and 4th Wednesday of each month at 8 iu S Commercial House Befitted and refurnished by Kreamer Formerly of the Pennsylvania Best a Day House in the Good Stabling accommodations in Corner 4th and Wa Inut HILLS CASE OH Suit to Recover Lost by State of THE FIRST SUPEEME COURT The ExTreasurer In Defense Claims That the Capital National Bunk Was the An State Depository and That Bondsmen Cannot Be Held Responsible For the April su preme court has commenced hear ing the case of the state against ex Treasurer Hill and his sureties on his This suit is to recover the sum of which the for the state say the extheasurer is lia bla and which was the amount the state had in the Capital National bank at the time of the Apart from the fact that there is a large amount of state money at stake the case is inter esting from the further fact that for the first time in the history of Nebraska a jury will be empaneled to try a case in the supreme The story of the occurrences out of which the case arises is familiar to nearly every citizen of the Briefly stated it is this On Hill was suc ceeded as state treasurer by Bart the present On that day Hill turned over to Bartley and from him a receipt for the state moneys in the hands of the The actual cash was but but in certificates of deposit and bank paper there was over Hill got the certificate of settlement from the state that ttie law requires he should have to relieve him from and with uhis and the receipt of the in coming treasurer he claims that he his bondsmen were free from all further Designated as the The state depository law was in ef fect and the state officers whose duty ifr is to designate these depositories had just accepted the bond of the Capital National bank for and Bartley deposited therein certificates of deposit issued by this bank to Hill and Hill had turned over to him in the amounting to Un der the depository law this then it is a deposit by the treas urer in an authorized state Bartley checked out of this bank during the next few days and on 21 the bank was The attorneys for the state make tho claim that the turning over by Hill to Bartley of the bank certificates of deposit and bank drafts was not a proper turning over of the funds of the state which had been in naucls as That the deposits in the Capital National bank represent ed by the certificates of deposit of that bank had no and that the state treasurer could not relieve himself of the responsibilty by the transfer of mere bank The governor was authorized by the legislature in 1893 to employ special counsel and take such proceedings as might be necessary to recover for the state the which was not drawn out by Judge Wakeley of Omaha was employed as such counsel in the spring of and has had charge of the case Last fall Lambertson of Lincoln was added to the states Attorney General Churchill will as sist the special counsel for the state in the trial and it is understood that to his share will fall the difficult work of selecting the jury will try the Active Mason Over Seventy April Fredrick was the first practicing physician to locate west of the Missis sippi died in this city at the age of Audros was a member of the legislature in Iowa in its territorial days and represented the northern part of Minnesota in the legislature of this state as early as He has been prominent in the counsels of the medi cal fraternity for two generations and an active Mason for over 70 SCAN NELL LEAVES FOR Bishop of the Diocese of Oinaha Starts on His First Visit to the April Scaunell of the diocese of Omaha left on a trip to This is the bishops first official visit to the center of the papal although he was familiar with the greater part of Europe before he be came a In discussing his journey the bishop said that it was uiraply a formal in accordance with the rules of his which re quire every bishop to make a pilgrim age to Rome at stated The English bishops are expected to make the trip every five while in this country the bishops are only required to cross the water once in a As this is the last year of the period every bishop in the United States who has not already performed the duty will go to and Bishop Scanuell ex pects to have abundant company on his He will travel slowly and re turn by another arriving in Omaha some time the latter part of the Fatal Acctdunt at Grand GRAND April gust Muudt and Frank from wore run down by a switch engine while trying to board a Union Pacific passenger Muudt had both legs severed and died soon after the Godfrey was badly but will probably Muudt1 s mother is She has been notified of her sons Tho men wore Union Pacific passengers for Denver Ohio Miners Ordered April of the Massilon district have been ordered out on May 1 and await from the convention in Columbus on May Tho arbitration scale of 00 cents expires May 1 and miners who accepted under pro test wanted an ExGovernor Silas Woodson Seriously April ernor Silas 70 years who was taken suddenly is in a critical Another attack of cerebral hemorrhage is and should one occur it will probably prove Four Stores Burned April fire de storyed four occupied by Ford and The loss is about partially HItts Condition April unfavor able change in the condition of Repre sentative Hitt of Illinois has taken place and his condition is less favorable than for the past TELEGRAPH Gold in paying quantities has been dis covered near Tennessee legislators denounced one an other as liars in the The Old by Van wns sold at New York for A review shows that 0 per cent of bills introduced got through the last Maria killed one Ca taldo In Now York because he betrayed Five persons fell from a ledge on tho cliff near and woro It Is now reported that Theodore Roose velt wants to succeed Hill in tho Undo Sam is nearly through making medals and diplomas for Worlds fulr ex Captain a police com inisslonei of New blow out his An investigation of Missouri legislators and state officials who use railroad passes Is KxCougressiimri Cable hun left Wash ington to take part iu the initials finan cial Two deputies of oxCollector George Hall of were Hall has While a Sioux militia of ficer was arresting a private the latter turned on him and assaulted Lewis Capolla of has been married three and all his wives have eloped with his John broker of has assigned to Samuor Well and with liabilities amounting to nearly 000 STORE Is always readable Fresh arrivals almost daily NEWS make it worth while coming and even if not disposed to buy every We always say You are just as free to ask examine qualities and compare prices at one time as SOMETHING SPECIAL IN SILKS AND BLACK GOODS this and it is the earliest comer who will walk away with the Business here is more than mere buying and sell We are trying to reduce it to a and with years of experience we are not perfect Still there are many things that are commendable and more to SILK AND WASH GOODS the prettiness in weave and all the goodness in make and quality that we could get together have gone into these And they LACES of the thousands of styles we saw in the hands of the makers and These were selected as the both in style and The price speaks CHICAGO CORSET is a it is a a worthy corset to talk about and buy our large sales attest this LACE Irish Point and Novelties in Printed Draperies and Piece Choice colorings in Chenille Table Covers and Largest Lowest have the Ideal Buy your Mailing of OUR DRESS GOODS AND CAPES capture They are just the things most in ninetynine out of a hundred carpet stores wont disclose a cent difference in price of like The should be where assortments are largest and patterns That buy of LEVI WILKINj SPECIAL I3COTJSEI
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