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mjjxxtxg zisr frrcar octxaws.
e-s- OSeers Give Zip Wyatt's
a. Tly CtH.
HsxxwBtscT, O. T., Jne 27. A peas
cf deguty skerifls from. "Woodward, O.
T., wko fcve teen hunting Zip "Wyatt
sod gang for te past "vreslc, came snd
eIy upon four cf the gang, 60 miles
IF of Hi-nesBey-wluIe they -were pre
paring supper. The officers -were as
osdlr surprised as the O-tla-srs, and after
frinr a fevr shots, retreated to a safe!
position. The outLvsrs took adrantage
of the delay and. quicMy mounted their
horses and. attempted to escape. The
o-icers, after a short delay, started in
pnrsuit. Shots were exchanged as rap
idly jus their guns could be loaded, and
daring the fight Charley Black, brother
of Txlsa Jack, who ttzls killed in tie
Cxrroa fight- eight weeks ago, was
seriously wounded in the hip. Three of
the octlaws horses were Hlled and &e
of the officers was slightly wounded.
Tie'T'oanded outlaw was tied to his
Itorse and the retreat continued Ic
Waters' ranch, where they obtained
fresh i arses. In the darkness the out
laws wade their escape, and the officers
gaxe up the pursuit. The bandits con
tmuec. east- and crossed, the Bock Island
railway one mile south of Hennessey.
A posse from here is in pursuit, but zq
far "behind that it is doubtful as to a
RQTTUE GIVES VB ITS NOTE.
Owafea Actharit.es Will Inrsitfata a Sen
St. Locth, June 27. R- C. Tandy, oc
cupant of the Belief ontalne farm, on
the site of the old Fort Bellefontaine,
six miles from the mouth of the Mis
souri river, came into the city with a
beer bottle containing a rather sensa
tional note, written in lead pencil in a
good hand- The bottle was picked up
on the river's bank by
note, which was turned
his son. The
over to Chiel
Hsirigan- is aa follows r
Te Whoever Finds This Bottle:
Te have been kuluaped by a gang ol
et4roats and thieves and ara held on an
VrTnnr? in the Platte tirer, near Omaha.
Toy arc not only thieves, but counter
JaMers, and have tivr headquarters in
O-fcafea. near the Douglas street bridge.
Chk to our rescue and you will be liber
aAj rewarded. Go to the mouth of tha
Xlklwrn river and stop at the third island
k"w, j5tre&n For GocTs sako come quick.
Ta note is signed "A. P. PilfcrcLand
Buckmaster." The Omaha
tfeerities will be notified
Excitement Over & Killing.
. Sn.crcx, Wash., June 27. A greai
xaMber of stockmen have been arriving
IHms city, and the excitement over the
TLiW-g- of Deputy Shsrifr Coulee bj
Ptsferado Alfred Simes grows more in-
Lasfr evening the saddle and
s belonging to Coulee's horse was
covered with sage brush a mile
-cic J5fcer MM aenrted .
Mai. tym wd far b-- amtr si
thatlJIarry jwartfr jtow lir
Mr im&ac ike
Ginr's estate will bring action tc
fcfeve the assignment of the policies tc
Haywxrd set aside as fraudulent.
T WateJs. Texaa InaHXts.
Gxlvstot June 27. Captain Clark,
revenue cutter Galveston, sta-
.here, has received orders to keep
. afeacp- lookout for. Cuban insurgents.
L Ji Gautier, Spanish consul, when
inkri concerning the reported proposed
visit of tha Raleigh and its mission, said:
"I am satisfied, there is no filibustering
; cn iiere. ix any arms or muni-
i cf war are being sent from here.
they are being shipped to Me-rico, Yuca
tan or Central America and from there
frepari-tixa Chair For- Bach B3,
Sens-Sets, June 27. Warden Sage
has returned from Albany and 13 busy
today making preparations to execute
Dr. Buchanan during the week begin
ning Monday next. Por the fourth
time invitations to the execution have
to be sent out. The warden will not
say just what time the execution is tc
take place, but it is generally believed
Buchanan will be sent to the chair at 11
a, m. Monday next unless the court in
terferes. 3Q&C Troubles In Court.
Destkr; June 27. The matters which
were the subject of a dynamite duel be
tween Rico miners recently have found
their way into court, the owners of the
Hiawatha mine having applied to Unit
ed States Judge Halle t for an injunc
tion oistraining the Rico-Aspen people
from prosecuting work further into the
property of the complainant. A tem
porary restraining order was granted
2Sor- Troabla Far Saloonkeepers.
Bes lai-fES, June 27. There seems
to be more trouble in store for those
who'wish to operate saloons in this city.
It is now said on excellent authority
that the opponents of the saloon have
reason to hope that even if a sufficient
petition should be secured the city coun
cil will refuse to pass the requisite res
olutioua to permit the opening of sa
loons. C -a!cu Azaia st the Xaeataas.
Crrr of Mexico, June 27. The war
ciejMCtment is engaged in active prepa
ratBOKS for a vigorous campaign against
iiK.rabellioas Yucatan Indians. Large
fcq-foa of troops have been concentrated
in santhern Yucatan and others are be
5mg p-tin readiness for marching from
Eere&a, the capital.
StrkiK Wearers Sesame Work.
Papvro-crcE, R. L, June 27. With
theecceptionof a few of the leaders;
all the. striking weavers at the Atlantic
S-uILk returned to work.
TOfC7SR.fccAtt. co- ram.
V CAS- -
YM1 FRESHEN M.
najrard Knls&ed a Close Secosd
WfiHe Colmsiii Was a. Bad East.
OOYEErTHE 00URS2 IF 10:28.
tke Wearers of tie Blue Had Tery
thing Their Orm Way After
JSzwJjOsrKDjr, Conn., Juno 27. Harv
ard's freshmen eieht-oar& crew, confi
dent of victory, were defeated today by
iaie, while Columbia was third, in the
axn.al triangular race over two milcfi
cf Thames water. Coach Watson of
Harvard is said recently to have stated
that if his freshmen could ot win this
year there was little hope for his varsity
eight which rows Tale tomorrow. Be
that as it may, Mr. Watson, after the
race today, was a severely disappointed
man. Bob Cook, who coached Yale,
and who has grown used, to feeling well
after New London boating events, was
serenely comfortable, though, somewhat
surprised after the event of today. JCr.
Feel, the rubicund coach of ColumMa,
saw his white andblue lads beaten with
greater equanimity than aa though he
had not beneath him. the prestige oi
Monday's victory on the Hudson.
At the first half the tim tells th.
story. Harvard went over the line in
2:18, Tale half a length behind, swing
ing steadily at 38 strokes to the minute
in 2:20, while there was then clear water
between Tale and Columbia, who rowed
gamely, though ragged, nearly twe
lengths behind Harvard in 2!5. Enter
ing the second half of the first mile Co
lumbia's bowsman caught a. crab and
broke the fastening bar of his rowlock.
Thence onward, the how was a load tc
the boat. He was scarcely ble to pull
his weight. There was distress, too in
Yale's boat. No. 2 was losing his first
wind, and No. 4 in Harvard's shell wat
bucking his oar. The crimson crew wers
saw-tee thing from side to side in ragged
form. Tale, though, distressed,, was
pulling along gamely at 3-4 strokes at
the shells passed the mfle flags. Shs
was then lapping Harvard, by one-third
of a length, and her time at the tflg
was -4-58. One-quarter of a second Iatei
came the crimson, while Columbia
trailed over three clear lengths in the
rear in 5:15. Thence the race was. Tale's,
though by an exceedingly slender mar
gin. The finish, of the race was close and
spirited. The nearness- of Harvard far
Tale kapfe alive the crimson hope of s
winning-spurfc, It was not in the boat,
however, and Tale finished in iO. minute.
a-wLSS seconds from the start. Har
ercssediir 10:33, & length- behind-
poor UolumDia, with, a disablec
finished, in 11:18? from the
jNbs about 16 lengths behind Tale ano
UMiy's WIH Attend tha St. s1b BrX
Htmcsms, Jase 2T. The- 35T eely Zcm-
ms, winners of tha GaT'
and Adjutant Taylor says he will noi
allow the Neelys to go to St. Louis as a
regular company of the National Guards.
Captain Dofrey, however, says his boys
wfll attend as individuals, drill with
borrowed arms and probably under. an
Defender Kead- For I-vaachlsy.
Bristol, R. L, June 27. The De
fender is almost completed and ready
for launch in g. The workmen are busy
at the rudder, but the burnishers have
completed their work. The carpenters
and corkers have also nearly finished.
The ways are all right, but it is reported
that some slight alteration will have to
be made in them. John B. Herreshofi
went over to Potowomut in his steam
launch and had a brief conference with
C. Oliver Iselin. The Colin fa, with, the
Defender's crew on board, is still cruis
ing about Bristol and Narragansett.
FSEE SXEVER EEFU-51-ICA?S.
Senator DaoIa Tabes Exception to TIeports
Sast Ont From. CteralaiB ,
"Washington, June Jj7. Senator Du
bois of Idaho ha3 returned from, the con
vention of the Eepuhlican clubs at
Cleveland. He takes eception to soma
of the report out out from the conven
tion as to tha effect of the course pur
sued with reference to the silver ques
tion, and in discussing the matter today
saidr "It is very amusing to read some
of the press reports of the convention.
Take- for instance the representation
that the silver men were in favor of
the address to the people' of which so
much, hr1 been said, and that the gold
men were opposed to it. In this repre
sentation it is claimed that the gold ad
vocates insisted on a declaration regarding-
the currency question if the league
should pronounce upon any subject,, and
that the silver men did not want any
declaration regarding the currency.
"Everyone who was at Cleveland
knows that frhig is an utter perversion
of the facts. The silver men on the sub
committee, of whom I was one, Mr. Al
len of Utah being the other, brought in
a minority report against the address tc
tne people and the silver men unani
mously and with great vigor fought the.
adoption of the address before the
whole convention, finally defeating it
by a unanimous vote, and the opponents
of silver agreed to a compromise by
substituting! the 'Fatton resolution, de
claring against any declaration on the
subfecc. The silver men wanted and
insisted on a declaration in regard to
silver and took the position in the be-!
ginning and maintained it 30 the end !
that the convention should take a post-
tion either for or against silver-"
-WAXSER GIVES HIS VIEWS.
Split In thm CeaBsrfat!el
Deaaecratte Ce Tenon,
Cieveaxd, June 27. General A. J
T k t.w-., wixs wuutuu, ui. j-sxc aurn
who is at present in this city, speakiHg
of the Democratic convention atlxouis
vflle, said: "The outcome of the Louis
ville conveation. was not unloofced. lor
by the bimetallists. We know how easy
it is by the assistance of officeholdsrs to
pack a convention, but any one who has
vMed Kentucky knows that the con
vention did not represent the sentiments
of a large majority or nhe people of the
state, who are undoubtedly opposed to
the gold standard and in favor of the
resumption of the coinage of both gold
The general -then; wens o to show
that a split-of he Deicnaaiaa party waa
almost inevitable at the coming national
"This is the outlook now," he said,
' "and. I believe it is safe to predict that
John Sherman and Graver Cleveland
will vote foe the sane mas far presi
dent in 1896.'
"Wfll there be s separate silver party?"
"The silver men. willgst together,''
said General Warner, with emphasis.
"Jn3t- how it is too early to predict
That will make a silver party, by what
ever name it is called. They must get
together or they might as well give ap
CaTc4isst Cempletes- Its
IiOUlsvilXE, June 27. After being hi
session two days and two nights, the
Democratic state convention convened
at 9:30 a. m. for the third day's
With the platform adopted yesterday
and General Hardin for governor and
E. T. Tyler fee lieutenant governor
nominated last night, the general, inter
est had heen eliminated, but there was
the usual large attendance- and- the dele
gates were on hand-promptly to see the
E. C.Ford was nominated for state
treasurer on the second ballot.
Foe auditor of state, Luk& C. Norman
was nominated by acclamation-
W-HHmGTO.?", Kan., June 27. J. U.
Getts.local maasger of the Chicago Lum-
ber company, committed saicide at his
home here- last night. He shot himself
in the head. with a revolver. His accounts
with, the cocapftsy are ail.straigh.fe, andj
no cause is kaowa for the deed.
BE AEISE DAY IE WHEAT.
Cables Were Bisappo-iting
Weather Was Fawable.
StoB iB-seaees Weoke-ed. Can PtbtI-
i-ns. Started Tfct,fc. 2eaC the Aet-
vaaee aa Frae SHwf .
Chicago, June 27. Wieat .opeaaa. weak. .
Tlia weater wasr dteefet ocE ly farseaMe, cables
w$ra diasapoia aaLXaa Prkw.Curreat re-riew-waa-bearis-u
Sepemec opeaeeL Je low
sr a 735 sold: from 71 4a
Comwaswaakeait-acaalaa. aaL fararabla
weatbar. Septamber ofMBte-. Jfetewer at 4Bfia
aniaolcC trvxg.-Xc. te 4&f&.
Qat3 went aaaar'naMcw eat asd. cora. S&a-
tambar apeatt.Hwair at Jajcr aad aeictto
POSK-Jtrae. 51-U7H ; Jul-, S12.-7K bid; Sep
tember, $12J2$ asked.
IRD Jane, 16.6a; Jul-, JS-xT; September,
BIBS June, JS.42; Jul-. 56.42; September,
CkieagtJ live' Stock.
Chicago, June 27. HOGS Hecelpt3, 2O,0Cp
head; left over, 5,CCQ head; market active;
light. $4.45 80; mixed, S-U-i.S; heavr
CrnE Eeceipte, 7,500 head, inclixdin?
2,000 Texana; market steady: Texaa steers.
52JO490r bulk, 33.50 4J.0.
SHEEP Eeceipts, 0,000 head; market steadr-
Soutk Oh laka Ira Steele
SOTCE OHASA. June 27. CATTLE Ee
ceipts, 1,300 head; 1300 to 1501 lb3., 54.S03)r
1100 to I3Q0 lbs- $4SKa5.0O:930 to 1100 lbs., J3.73
4.25 ; choica cows. 52. 60 4.25 ; commoa caws,
$L50-2J; good feeders. S3. 233 4.00: commoa
feeder?. S2J30333; market strong.
HOGS Receipts, 4-00 head; light, S445 ..60;
mixed, J4.5C4.60; heavy, f 4.6034.73; market
SHEEP Eeceipts, 103 head; muttons, 3
83y; lara$3.0-:5.C0: market steady.
Ceiell Stock Is Slsiitf,
London, June ST. The Cornell crew,
which is to contest at the Henley re
gatta,, rowed the full course against tha
current today m 7 minutes 7 seconds.
The record is 6 minutes 51 seconds.
Charles E. Courtney, the Cornell coach,
is muck pleased with this performance,
as the men did not pull their hardest.
As a result of the improvement made in
the form of the CorneE crew their stock
is rapidly rising.
XmptTsr William Sixted.
KrETi, June 27. The dinner given by
Admiral KTrbland and the officers of the
United States cruiser to Emperor Will
iam was a very successful affair. In
adiiition to his majesty Prince Henry of
Prussia, Admirals von Knorr, Koestsr,
ValoiB, Senden, Pluedmann and Cap
tain Evans,. Shepsrd aa& O'Neill were
Prefessar SBley's Cesditkm.
London, June 27. There is no im
provement today in the coniitibn of
Professor Hxley, who has been suffer
ing for a long, time past from tha af ter
ect of an attack of inflnrnsa.
The (arrest" piece
of GOOD TOBACCO
ever sold jbp
I f H
JT.E- A-atDwTgr, JklyS&ts 12t,18G5-
The quickest time and best train
service is offered by the ilTnion Pa-
cmc -ystera. Low rates and liberal
arrangements for a cliarniinsr va
riety of Excursions to Western Re
sorts, comprisinsr a. tour thronsrir
tthe ramons Tellowston& XarirmaT
Park; trips to San. Francisco, Port
land and Salt Lake City; the ram
ons mountain retreats ol Colorado;
the Black Hills and renowned Hot
Springs, South. Dakota: the Sum
mer School at Colorado Springs,
uiucc attractions. ee your
nearest: union -facinc agent or ad
dress i. Lomax,
Genl Pass, and ticket Agent
Omaha, xeb. jl
IiOTICE ZOtt PUBlICAIIO-f.
Load Office at North' Platte. Neb. t
Jnaelst. 1S93 i
JTotice is hereby given thattiiefoUowin-ed
settler has filed notice of her intention: to make
final croof in snuDort of her clsiza. and. that sairf
proof will be made before Kegister and Heceiver
at iMortn f latte. Mett, on. J tup ISSo. viz:
AT.mTS sn i it ircF?.!r w
w . ..-. unz II I II II lit n I
who made Homestead Entnr No. IS.TQrt. for- the
northeast quarter section. 11, townsbip IS ort;
raanoou west, sna names tna louowino- mt.
itesses to prove her continnoas reaideace upon
a wumauuu oc saia jano, viz; jnocn uim
mings, Casper SIvita and John. Li. McGrew. alL
... r: .lcuraass, auu xrancis t-Otrers.
of Neafaitt, Nebraska.
J OILS" F. HINMAX, Eegister.
ADJIS TEH'S T. T
To Frank Clarfr, non-resident defendant! Ton
will taa notice, and you ore hereby notified, that
r.',?1I1loff6r for oa Jnl 6th. 195. at one
ocIock: p. n, at tha White Elephant Barn in
Ijorth. Platte, Nebraska, one hay Clydesdale ttal
Uo5hoat nine years old, the personal property
ot Frank Clark, to satisfy- adjisterrs lien nnder
oral contract hettreen . Tift and the said Iranfc
park, to feed and care for said horse, and there
IS nOW due for HAM a fca TrnTa .nnf. -,-t-
the gum of S42.00 and accruing- costs, and that un-
iSv- saia s paiu on or Before July 6th,
ISSa. the. stallion i-fniwolrl -miU Ti nTif fn
highest bidder for cash, oa the date last above
Bated North Platte, Neb., June 11, 1895.
There is no finer agricultural sec
tion in all this broad western coun
try than can be found in the vicinitv
of the beautiful little town of
"Wheatland, Wyoming-, ninety-six
miles north of Cheyenne. Immense
crops, never failing supply of water.
rich land, and great agricultural
resources. Magnificent farms to be
had for little money- Reached via
the Union Pacific System.
E. I. Lomaisi
Genl Pass, and Ticket Agent,
We will give a thorough- and complete'
course of instruction in Practical Gram
mar and Business Correspondence by
mail Free of Charge to a club-of five
students. This coarse ecaafofc-Tofc, sixty
vm, m one.. Ovmfbi
FRE& Or CHARGE !
A fine opporinnnty for Toting-
People to obtain an Excel
lent, Business Education at
For the purpose of encouraging voung
people in tneirenorts to obtain a prac
tical business 'education, and to adver
tise the excellence of our method of in
struction by mail, we will trive a thor
ough course of Book-keeping- and Com-
u-eruuu, nunme.ic Dy man 'ree of
Charge to ah mited. number of persons.
This course will be completed in forty
ic&fcuua. acn leseon is so iullv ex
plained that any one may very soon at
tain proficiency through our instruc
tions. Over 2,000 testimonials of former
students, testifying to- the merits of- our
work; are on file in our office. Those
who wish to avail themselves of the
above offer will please communicate
with us at once- Address:
CAPITAL C!T7 C35JOCIAL COiLEC-f,
Dept. of Instruction by Mail,
r TOPEKA, KAISTSAS.
Nothing has. ever been produced to
'equal or compirra with Sampa-iys'
Witcli Saisl Oil as a cxKAnvE and
HEALnfCx application". It has been
used 40 years andalwajs afibrds relief
and always gives satisfaction.
It Cures Files- r Hemorrhoids, External
or Internal, Blind, or Bleeding Itchin g- and
Burning; Cracks or Insgrcsand. PBtalas.
Relief immediate core certain.
It Cures Burns,. Scalds and Ulceration and
Cbntxactioa froin cns. Relief instant.
It Cures Torn, Cut and Lacerated
Wounds and Bruises.
It Cores Boas, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Old
Sores, Itching Ernpoons, Scarry or Scald
Head. It h Tr-ftUibie.
It Cures IxFLAitEX) or Caked Bxeasts
and Sore Nipples. It is iavalcakfe.
It Ceres Sal? Tniwii JTiI-ww, Scrfy.
Eruprians, ChapMd HamdfJStcmr Mfetcrs.
O T T --y J-5 ! .
jure ps ur j.csk-B,.
bore and Lhafcxt
inree taes, c,r 5-
WITCH um Ml
Nb.3 Atlantic- ExurasB
No. 4 rast Sail. ..
No. 2 Limited. .
No. 2S FreiEht- ;
ao.ia freignt.. t
JTo.22 Freight sJ
No. T Pacific Exnress 70S,, x
xto. x umicea - : n r.r. sc
No. 21 FimKht J " it-?. x
No.23Freigiit f &ax
ISeed never fear to
plated trip east if he
the Chicagcc Unioa.
em Line. Quiekeft
I . ' , . Z -a ,
COURSE BY ML
.Wp SC Qn- QG-jBiW& .iHjHMKtK , . .e. - -
ui -' '-' --" n rut ih rw. rj i 1 i T-M ?n ; 1 1 i
aww. -m warn A . rr; - a
PRICES GXJIT IN Tfe:o..
In order to swap shoes for money we will offer our ladies"
fine Lndlow Shoesr
Regnlar price S4,00 to 84.75, at $3.00.
Here is a chance to have a fine shoe for a little money.
All our Men's $3,50 Shoes a $2.25.
All our Boy's-fine lace and button shoes, the best .made,
S2.50 Shoe at $1.6581.65 Shoe 81.
A large line of Ladies1,
will be sold at prices
Save yon 1-3 to 1-2
I Cliildren's Shoes, the best goods that
oe siaugntered at the same rate.
Shoes will be sold cheap for cash this month.
Otten's Shoe Store.
C. F. rDDINO-S,
Order by teleplionerfroiii
Dr. N. McOABE. ProD.
NOSTH PLATTE PHAEMAOY,
WE ATTVT TO HANDLE THE
BELL THEM AT REASONABLE PRICES, AND WARRANT
Coal Oil. Gasoline,
Grade Petroleura and
Coal Gas Tar.
Leave orders at Newton's- Store.
GEO. NAU MAN'S
SIXTH STREET -
Meats at wholesale and re-
tail- Jbish. and b-ame m
season. Sausage at all
times. Cask paid for Hides.
1U WEST FRONT-ST.
C. P. S0HAR3IAM,
HOUSES AM) LOTS.
Liandsnd -Emigration Apent.
A1TD EMB ALICES.
A full line of first-clasa funeral suppliee
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
Contractor ai Bife
""127 E&xSrSFl Cor. of Yine-
of yonr money.
money can buy, will
Kewfon's Book Store."
J- E. BUSH. Manager.
- ISTEBBASK A .
BEST GRADE OP GOODS,
tfetfr lis of 1-M TSm
FHYSIGIAH AJS'B SUBGEQITt
srnrHEaAN, - nebkasea.
Office: W. C. Blacimore & Co. Drag- Store.
J1RENCH & BATiDWHn,
KORTH PLATTE. - -
Office over JT. P- NtL Bant.
TRTlrRS & WILCOX,
rTOSTH PATTE, - NKBKASA.
OAS lea over rfortii PLatta Sotlonal BaaJt.
R. In. F. DONAIdOSON",
Aadstaat Sargeott Union Picfic Bj5' .
and.3ta.ber of Peoatoa. Board,
KOBTH PLATTE, - NBKS5A.
Offlco over Streltzs Drug- Store.
M. EVES, 3L D.
PHTSICIA1T AUD SURGEON
50BTH PLAT TE, - SEBKASKA.
Officer ITerlHe'ir Blocfc. Bisesses of WoTHerr
and Children & Specialty.
F. H. BESSOy.
Eittell & Benson,
Prospective schemes investigated. Un
profitable schemes rejuvenated- Surveys
Maps, Estimates and reports made, and
Office in JTcrth-PUtte- NJnrU PUfff Nph
Kaaonal Bank Bid?, NOrUI riacie, WeD.
FOE RELIABLE INSUR
ANCE GO TO T, a PATTER
SON. ONLY FIRST-CLASS
Pure Well Water Ice.
Orders for the above product may
be left at Streitz's or MaCaoe's
drug- stores, or with the milk wagg
on and thejr will receive prompt at
tention.. Orders for
may also be given the latter and
they will be promptly filled.
Hershey & Co.
OF AT.Tt KESDS,
Farm and Spring- Wagons,
Buggies, Eoad Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Xccuit. Street, betwaep. Fifth; and- Sixtk
somes, iox prnsiacATios".
rB Oftee at Xorttt PIae, JTea-
Notice i lieraby gtrear th&t tha tallow iag-cammct
settlor filed scUea o his intention, to- make
flaal proof in. support off Ms claist, and taat std.
proof trill be made befora Segiater and. Becefver
at Siortk Platte. 2Tob oa AttRnst 5t-t,S8er. rlzz,
who made Hameataad. Entry 2To. 14,527, for tia
nortltnalf oCttta sauta-srest quarter, and tSts- aonilt
half of tha nort-cwest quarter- section: 24, towns, p.
lflnortfc .racgttSQ eat. Ea names, the foIIcTwrag
witnaasesto pro-a- his conttauoca redect npcxL
and cnltiTatioa. cf said land, -rtst Carroll C
Hawkins. of Wellfleet, Neb s. ITetchar
Joan "W. Welck and Xdrard C Eves, all of Bach
31-6 JOH-T F. Snr; EegLstar.
to Amos O. Alexander, Alexander- his
wife, first nam a naincw n, and the XeCortici:
Harrestiay 3Cacdn Cd non-mIdent def nndantss
Ton and- eactc of you- are hereby no Sed that oa
the 12th. day of June, 1S0S, Samuel vrT-Jn as
platnti begaa on action against you and other
defendants in. tha district court of T.tTrrrilTT ccart
ty, 2febraea, tha object of which 1
te foreclose certain, raortsage- on tha following'
Land la said county, viz: The rauthwest quarter
of section 4, towais&ip 13, x sga 27, made by
JohaB. "WIllia3 and ICrmua J. niaav dated
5ept2tivlS9, to secure tha. payuiant cf a cartoiu
coupon, bond of said John B. Williams and Em
ma J". Willis is to Tha XdE tnley-Iin!ng- Loan
and Trust Co. for the mm. ol $250.00, which, coxr
pon. boudwas duly sold: and assigned before ma
turity to this plaintiff by Tha 4c laley-lnni sr
Zoaa. and Trust Co. There is now- due oa said
coupon bond the snm of $4ir.75 with. Interest at
tea per cent.
Plaintiff prays for a decree of foreclosure and.
saloof ddland to satisfy ?aid ilea as aforesaid,
for defxiancy judsemeut and .eceral raliaf.
Toa ara required to answer plaintiff's petLtlaa
en or before tjStk day of Antraet. 195. .
SA3TG1X XARsrAT.ti, PlaLu-ff.
jSjl9 By T". C PAxntaeo, hi1 Attorney.
To John, rnnienh elm er, ry C runianr
heias rerandW ill Ia T. Gilbert, noa -resident da
fendants: You and each of joa ara hereby notified that on.
tha- 12th. day of June, ISCj. rydts. Ann Gregg as
plaintiff, began aa action asfainstyou; andctker
defendant, in the district court of Unco La coun
ty. Nefarasia- tha object of which, is to
foreclose a certain zaortgsa on tha fallowhigr
land in said county, Tizr The- northeast quartes
of section 23, township 9, rang 7 made by said
John Lnntenhehaer ocdary C. rcnienhainier
datedray 1st, 1890; to secure th payment of a.
certain coupon bond of said John iunkenhaimer
and ilary C Tjmkenheii ner to Tha- VcXinley-Lanning-Loan
and Trust Co. for the sum of 96GQ.0O
which coupon bond: was duly sold and aaaigned
before maturity to this plaintiff by the jalsy-TJinning-
Xoon and Trust Co. There la now due
on said coupon bond the sum of 1683.00 with, inter
est at tea per cent.
Plaintiff prays for a decree of foreclosure- and
saia of said land to satisfy said lien aa aforesaid,
for deficiency judgement and general relief.
Ton are required to answer plaintiff's-petitiGtt.
on. or before tke 5th. day of August. 1805.
LYDlA AJJjf GREGG, Plaintiff.
j2Sjl0 By T. C. PjtTTBsojr, her Attorney.
la John T. Ibille and John E. Savaga non
Yon and each, of yon are hereby notfaed that on
tha 15th day of June, 1SS3, l-IIzabatKH- Diaf en
dorfae plaintiff began an action against yoa and
other defendants in the district court of Lincoln
county. Kebraaka, tha object of which
ia to foreclose- a certain mortgage on the follow
ing land in said county, vizi Tha southwest quar
ter of section 28, township 10. range 30, made by
John T. Xabille and ataranrfa. J. ahi e dated
Augu-t 27th, lc92. to secure the payment af a cer
tain coupon bond of said John T. robilla to The
faKinIey-TAnning Loan and Trust Co. for tha
sum. of $150.00 which coupon bond was duly raid
and assigned before maturity to-this plaint.it by
the Jc inley-T-innfng-roan and Trust Co-. There
is now duo on said coupon bond the sum of $3S3L3-
with interest at ten per cent.
Plaintiff prays for a decree of foreclosure and
sale of said land to- satisfy said lien as aforesaid,
for deficiency judgement and general relief.
Yon ara required to answer plaintiff's petition
on or before ti le-Sth. day of Aiurast, IStS.
E-IZABETH H- DIEE-3-OBF, Plaintiff,
j-SjlS By T. C. Pa-mtTWOir, her Attorney.
To George H. Zane, Margaret Buyer-and
Buyer, husband of Margaret Buyer, whoso-tnuiJ
first name is unknown to- plaintiff, non-resident
Yon and each, of yen, are hereby notified that on
the 12th day of June lS05,3Irs. E. W. Lewis aa
plaintiff began an act! on against yon and other
defendants in tha district court of Lincoln county,
eur isi, taoa ooject, or wo tea is
ecwlse a cwrt&ka. awrtasRa oa therieilswinarl
Ma- g, fin ii iniWi W.raae 2S zsmlm-TsrClwmtrtiXS1
mmh-wmmh-. oCm. carta . cofw kwit
M. I-m 6 mm- -hOLIaJ Mr
Md was duly said aad oeaimm d fefe-rw
tmr yi-JHttf by Xa Mw-kJy-Xa-r
tc aa . Trust Cc Tera- E bcw - do K
ftKd ttuj sum of J15L5tt wkh. istereet.
Plaintiff prays for a decree or ftir ecIBsur a" g-wvr
saia of said land to satisfy (said lien as aforesaid,
for deficiency judgement and general relief.
You are required to answer plaintiff's- petion
on or before tha 5th day of August. 11:95.
-IKS- E. W. LEWIS, Plaint-T,
j2Sjl9 By T. C. Paxxjsos-, her Attorney.
Ta X. F.Calonpfc i, non-resident defendant: r
You ore hereby not led that on the 13th. day of
Jane, ISIS, T. W. Mar-hull as pLaint tbesranon
action against yen and other defendants in tha
district court of Lincoln county, ebraska, tha
object of which Is to foreclose a certain mortgage
an the following- land in said county, viz: The
southeast quarter of section 20, township 9, range
TT, made by Jeriua B. Lewis and Hattie A. Lew 1
dated March 21th, 1S93, to secure the payment of
a certain coupon bond of Jeriua D. Lewis to the
Mc uey-Lanninjr Loan and Trust Co, for the
sura of 3SCO.0O, -which coupon bond was duly sold
and assigned before maturity to this plaintiff, by
tha McK Uey-Lanniug- Loan and Trust Co. Thero-
1s now due an said coupon bond tha sum of JS73.60
with interest at ten per cent interest from April
Plaintiff prays for a decree af foreclosure and
sola of said land to satisfy said lien aa af Gresaidv
for deficiency judgement ami general relief.
Yoa are required to answer said petition on ce
before tha 5 th dy of August. lHSo.
j2Sjl0 By T. C. P rrrnso-r, his Attorney-
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