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Hud it landed mul knocked tho Brain
tree Iml out Smith must huvo lost on u
foul, tiB tho blow was unquestionably a
foul one. Ah It missed, Rcfereo Slier
contented himself hy warning Smith
thut tho next foul ho committed would
loso for him. When tho mill wum ovor
Smith's party ref lined to admit that ho
wan groggy t any timo, and announced
Bagoly, "Why, that's tho way ho wIiih all
his lights." If tho last declaration ho
true, then Smith must go down to his
tory as by all odds the luckiest pugilist
that over entered n ring.
Dcspito tho protestations of his party
ho was decidedly groggy, and tho punch
that landed Grillln was probably tho
last irood one Smith had loft In him.
Grl(lln must have been crazy to tako tho
chances ho did. It ho had kept jabbing
with his loft hand and then pulling
away Smith would have whipped him.
Bolt in his mad rushes. A wilder tighter
novor ontored tho ring, and any shifty
man who will keep away from him for n
few rounds will laud him and land iilm
Smith to FIkIiI Dixon.
Tho Columbian club has matched
Solly Smith and Georgo Dixon for $8,
000, fight to tako placo Soptombor 8.
Also Johnny Grlflln and Prod Johnson,
j,000 for October.
Columbian Club Mny Now On Alieud.
Tho lottor of Judgo Glllotto, of
Lako county, Indiana, to Gov
ernor Matthews, virtually saying that
nothing could bo dono to suppress tho
Roby prizo tights- until his court con
venes in regular session, has created
something of a sonsation hero and is
construod to moan that tho authorities
nro at thoir ropo'a end and that O'Mal
loy can huvo full sway at least until tho
circuit court convoncs this fall. Tho
governor has submittod to Judgo Gil
lotto tho proposition of convening his
court in extra session and his answer
today practically onds tho only hopo
that was chorishod for stopping tho
prizo lights. Tho governor was asked
regarding tho lottor, but declined to suy
what his next move would bo, though ho
said that ho still had a plan in view.
Ho would not say what it was or whon
it would bo executed, but intimated
that thoro is yot u means by which ho
can reach tho Roby affair and provent
tho advortised contest from taking
Arc You Xertmiii,
Aro you all tired out, do you havo that
tired fooling or sick headacho? You
can 1)0 relieved of all theso symptoms by
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which gives
norvo, mental and bodily strength and
thoroughly purities tho blood. It also
creates a good uppotito, cures indiges
tion, heartburn and dyspepsia.
The Unluii.PnclNa Cheap ltittex.
Only 830.00 tirst class to Ogdon, Salt
Lako. Helena. Spokano and Portland
For full particulars call at city ticket
ofllco 1014 O street.
Tho finest grocory store in tho city.
Millor & GifTord.
Wanted Nursing by a thoroughly
experienced and competent nurso. Havo
nursed ton years in tho east. Inquire
1033 F streot.
Canon City coal
Coal and Limo Co.
at tho Whitobrcast
lino of canned soups, 25 cents
Millor & GifTord,' groeors.
Miss S. E. Blakosleo, tine dressmaking,
at Mrs. Gosper's, 1114 O street.
Fruited ico cream soda wator mado
from tho natural fruit, ut Roctor's Phar
Lincoln Frumo und Art Co., 223 South
Missos Boggs & CalFyn, dressmaking
parlors F.no stamping. 1311 M streot
Visit tho New Students' gallory and bo
convinced that tho work is first-class.
1031 O street.
"Tho Best" Laundry, 2208 O streot,
tolophono f79, H. Townsond & Co., pro
prietors, Lincoln, Nob.
Thoro may bo Jsomo nicer and coolor
places to onjoy ujpluto of delicious ico
croania than Chas. Juno's pavillion, but
they nro not to bo found in this neigh
borhood. Something good, "White Loaf Flour"
91.10 per Back. Miller & GifTord.
For all social doings tho Nebraska
stato band or orchestru is what is
always most dosired.
Attor tho theatre cull ut "Tho Annex
Cufo" for a lunch. Everything nice, now
and attractive Prices reasonable
Now Imported Swiss Cheese. Miller
& GifTord, grocers, opposito Burr block.
Novor give u purty or ordor ico crcum,
ices or lunches until you huvo first Boon
Mr. Brown at tho Royal Cufo, 121 North
Juno tho cutorer, Thirteenth and O
streets is unxious to servo all parties,
picnics and festivals with ico cream,
ices, cukes, etc., and will appreciate, a
call from all intending ontortainors.
For Sunday dinner supplies call at
Haltor's market, opposite Lansing Thea
tor. Phone 100.
'PATENT PO8TA0E 8TAMP.
NinT Uevlce, More Ki-oiiiinilrtil mul
lenient TIihii lln Pi-moiiI
About tho lant tiling that one would
think of patenting seems to hen postage
stamp, but a bright Virginian has
thought of that and patented a devise
for ono, too. Tho Idea Is simple enough.
It is merely this: Discontinue tho man
ufacture of stamps of an odd denomina
tion, and lot tho oven denomination
two-cent stamps for Instancebe
comjMsed of two small twocont stamps,
perforated down tho middle, with tho
llguro two ovor the perforated lino. Then
you buy only two-cent stamps, and when
you want a ono-cent stamp separate a
two. Tho two stamps as a unit are not
as largo as ono of tho Columbian stamps
now In nso. With theso stamps It is an
onBy matter to make tho proper change
It wilt also prove much more economical
to tho government, for It will reduce the
contracts ono-hnlf. There are many
othor advantages which will present
thomsclvB to tho public.
Tho bicyclohus.I bollovo, justly found
Its placo as a mode of truvol tor pleasure
and convenience Its use is no longer
confined to men und boys, but girls and
ladies aro among tho many riders of tho
"wheel." As a means of speedy convoy
unco tho bicycle is without doubt a suc
cess, and whilo tho outlay for tho pur
chase of one Is quite an item, tlioy last
somo timo and tho cost of repairs is not
I believe tho exorcise of bicycle rid
in;', If properly taken, is more benolicial
than injurious; but thoro seems a danger
of over-doing tho fad. The extensive
use of tho wheel already Indicates that
its uso is likely to bogonorul before very
long, and rules and regulations for.its
uso will bo necessary, and its use limited
to certain necessary restrictions.
Thoro are many careful riders, and a
groat many who aro very careless, and
from this class of bicycle riders comes
tho danger, or to say tho least, annoy
unco to podostrians. It is tho rider who
thinks ho knows it uli who is cureless,
and tho ono who takes an occasional
"header." It wus ono of this cluss I suw
a few days ugo. Ho wus coming up tho
streot with tin air of "I wish tho girls
could sco mo now," whon ho came upon
a poor woman with her arms full of
bundles. Instead of being careful as to
his course, ho carelessly allowed his
wheel to run against hor without hor
being able to avoid it, and knocked hor
ovor. Fortunatoly sho wus not hurt,
but ono of hor gloves wus torn so it
could not bo worn again, und tho con
tents of hor packuges were strewn about,
Tho would-be champion bicyclist did
havo tho kindnoss to help her pick up
tho articles, except tho eggs, and hastily
apologizod for tho damage dono, lifted
his hut, mounted his whool and rodo
uwuy, leaving tho poor woman to con-
tompluto tho loss of hor glovo and eggs,
as well as tho want of safety to persons
wulking on tho public streots.
Until u yoar or two ago I associated
every "fad," from tho charm string up
with girls. I thought only girls wore
given to fads, but I huvo changed my
mind, for tho cruzo tho boys huvo for
collecting postugo stamps out-does any
thing ovor nttomptod by tho girls.
Every plueo of business or public insti
tution whore letters ure rocoivod is in
fested by boys collecting stumps. At
lirst thoy humbly usk tho privilege of n
careful inspection of tho wusto baskot,
but thoy huvo gotten to boisterously
enter, rumogo through tho baskot and
louvo half its contents on tho floor, und
I huvo known instnncos whore thoy
would, if not watched, tako letters from
tho box or buskot whore thoy wore put
to bo taken to tho postofllco.
I havo tried many times to lourn tho
object of collecting stumps, but I havo
each timo fuilod. I huvo found tho boys
collecting did not oven know what thoy
wore good for. Rare stumps might bo
of value to stamp collectors, but tho
common little cancelled 2-cont .stamps
Boom to mo like collecting so muny bits
of papor. Business pooplo are wuiting
putiontly for tho boys to oxhaust the
cruzo, whon thoy muy aguin onjoy tho
quiet of thoir own waste buskots.
Warm wouthor makes u demand upon
tho vitality which you should bo pro
pared to moot. In ordor to overcome
its dobllitating effects, tako Ayer's Sar
sapurilla. It purities and iuvigoratos
tho blood, sharpens the uppotito, and
mukes tho weak strong.
Business men thut wuut a clean econo
mical lunch at noon, instead of going
homo, will find a fino dinnor at tho Cufo
Royal, 121 North Tenth streot. Prices
from 15c up.
Tho Missouri Pucitiu rullwuy bus
made arrangements for a cheap trip to
tho world's fair, and will run special ex
cursions to Chicago at greatly reduced
ratos on tho following dates: July 31
und August 7. Tho advantages
of this route are many, owing to tho
ologunt through sorvico and magniflcont
equipment. All particulars concorning
rutes, loavlng time of trains, limit of
tickets, etc., furnished by noareat ticket
I I B
Washington, July 127. Tho senate o-,
tho reassembling of congress in spoel.il
session will almost Immediately re-embark
on tho consideration of a question
of tho highest privilege namely, the
tight of three of its members to their
eats. The determination of this liL'h-
est of nil questions In a parliamentary
body will precedo silver, tariff and ev
erything else Tho houso will have nino
contests on its hands, but it is less jeal
ous of its absolute integrity as n law
making body than the sonnto, which is n
continuous organism nud will bo content
with reference of tho contests to tho
committee on elections, which at Its lei
sure will hear tho contests and make re
port on nil tho cases somo timo before
Having referred tho contests, tho house
will plungo into debuto ovor the silver
question as soon us u bill can bo reported
from committee. What advantage there
is in this programme rests witli nntisil ver
men. Admittedly stronger in tho popu
lar branch of congress than in the upper
body, the friends of repeal will bo ablo to
muko their fight in tho senate with tho
prcstigo of a largo mnjorlty of tho mem
bers of tho houso, comparatively fresh
from the peoplo, behind them as voting
for repeal. Every little counts, as the
miser millionaire said when ho dropped
a punched coin on tho contribution plate,
and tho effect of a largo autisilver voto
in the houso will influenco tho senatorial
voto, for there nro a imiubor of repre
sentatives ambitious of wearing tho sen
atorial toga, and littlo birds havo whis
pered tho secret to some of tho senators
It will bo quito a relief in tho dog dny.'
of mid-August to go from tho heated de
bates of tho houso over finances to the
cool shades of the senate, where placid
constitutional arguments will flow. The
point involved in the senato contests is
the right of tho governor of a stato to
appoint a senator, to fill a vacancy where
the legislature has adjourned and failed
to elect. The prolonged deadlock in tho
new states of Montuna, Wyoming and
Washington caused tho question to bo
raised. Leo Mantle, a Republican edi
tor, mine owner and freo coinage advo
cate, holds tho certificate from tho gov
ernor of Montana as ex-Senator Sander0
successor. Tho legislature is Demo
cratic and Populist, but an old feud be
tween Montana millionaires gavo tho
Republican governor an opportunity to
Bend a man of his own political faith.
Senator Allen in Washington ran up
against a stiff combination in the legis
lature, and he being stubborn and the
other fellows obstinate tho legislature
failed to elect. The governor gave the
youthful looking senator a certificate as
the stuto's senator until the legislature
can reconvene and make up its mind.
Mr. Allen is for repeal of tho Sher
man law. If the ladies could decide
this question, ho would remain by a very
laigo majority. Ho is good looking,
with a young, almost boyish face, in
which the fresh blood raises pretty
blushes and dimples. Ho ranks well us
ft lawyer and has enough cases in tiio
supremo court to swell his senatorial in
come to respectablo proportions.
A. C. Beckwith, Democrat, comes
from Wyoming as a successor to Francis
E. Warren, a Republican who drew the
short term whon Wyoming was ad
mitted to statehood and managed in less
than two years to mako an unusually
strong impression on senators as a man
of vigor and ideas. Mr. Beckwith is in
clined toward freo coinage. He is a
Wyoming pioneer, the richest man in
the state and has largo business interests
which may lead him to favor some
measure promising present relief to tho
The sennto tulked for some days at its
special session in Murch on the constitu
tional power of appointment by the gov
ernor. Tho majority report of its com
mitteo on privileges and elections was
favorable to tho seating of tho senators.
There was a strong minority, however,
led by Chairman Vance. Constitutional
and not party Hues marked the division
of sentiment in tho senate.
Mautle's case is the oue on which the
test will be made, The controlling spirit
of the majority report is that the con
stitution contemplates that the senate
shall be kept full that is, constantly
have two senators from each state and
that a vacancy exists in which caso the
constitution gives the governor power
to appoint as much through failure to
elect as through death. The minority
hold that it is for tho state to see that it
sends senators and that a "vacancy"
means an accidental happening. Dic
tionaries, history uud law will bo ran
sacked to defiue ''vacancy" and "hap
pen." No grave question of constitutional
law will control the nine contests in the
house. The constitution may figure in
ferentially in some of the house con
tests, but primarily it will be who got
tho most votes in the election and who
has the most of them la the house.
Third party men have Instituted five of
the nine contests. They may claw tome,
bnt they are cot so visionary m to im
agine they will win any of their con
The Populist contested seats nro held
by Deinociats, except that Fanner Fun
ston, Republican, of Kansas, will have
to defend Ills title against II, L. Moore
There will bo a lively timo if Richard
is himself again, and mnthlnks ho will
bo when Tom Watson of Georgia gets n
chance to attack tho claims of J. C. C.
Black. On tho faco of tho record Cap
tain Black has only n littlo matter of
0,000 votes morn than tho brilliant, er
ratic Populist. Watson charges nil man
ner of fraud and iiu)ortntiou of voters
from across tho river in South Carolina
as a part of n conspiracy to snow him
tinder. His experience has Wen just
such as to stir this enthusiast, witli n
worn, wanted frame, sunken, restless
oyes and great activity nud energy, if
not solidity, of brain. It will require
lots of self control for tho southerners to
keep cool when Watson gets started,
though tho result of tho contest is of
conrso not dobatablo slnco Watson closed
his own coffin lid in tho houso when ho
lust winter gavo currency to tho phrase,
"Where nm I nt?"
P. II. Thrasher, another Populist, will
Insist that tho majority of 183 votes
given B. A. Enloo of Tennessee, tho pen
sion ofllco investigator, is more apparent
J. F. Epos, n southern Virginia Demo
crat, has nearly 11,000 more returned
votes than Populist J. T. Goodo, who
will contest before a Democratic houso.
Tho other southorn contest comes from
North Carolina nud is instituted by a
Domocrnt, A. II. A. Williams, who will
have to account for a shortage of 011
votes lesi than Thomas Settle, a brilliant
Tar Heel Republican.
Tiio noisiest contest will bo that of
John J. O'Neill, tho St. Louis Labor
Domocrnt, who 1h seeking to oust Charles
F. Joy, a Republican, 07 votes ahead.
In tho California contest of W. B.
English, Democrat, ngnlnst S. G. Hil
born, Republican, there is a difference
of only 113 votes, mul in Illinois Ilolwrt
A. Childs, Republican, was sent to con
gress witli 20,873 votes against 20,81(5
for Lewis Stewart, Democrat, who is
not ft speaker, but will 1m represented
on tho floor by his "noxt friend," as tho
court records go, William M. Springer.
Tho list cIoscb with an illustration of
tho wisdom of keeping quiet and Buwing
wood. Representative Belknap, Repub
lican, in Michigan was ahead of Georgo
F. Richardson, ids Democratic competit
or, but fearful of frauds against him de
manded a recount, with tho result that
he lost more votes than Richardson, who
holds tho certificate of election by 10
votes. Belknap is ono of tho most ver
satile men in congress, u rich business
man, a good soldier, u bravo man, as ho
TOM WATSON OF OEOROIA.
demonstrated a few months ago in a
railway accident, and a clover writer, as
witness his bright newspaper sketch of
tho cxporiouces of tho congressional
funeral party that buried tho lato Rep
resentative Kendal of Kentucky.
C. H. Meiullat.
Home Influence on Food.
Gillette, N. J., July 27. Tho othor
night two men were talking in tho seat
just in front of mo on tho train.
"I toll you, I'll Imj glad when I get
home tonight," said tho first, with great
"Aro you tired out?" asked tho second.
"Not much. I nover felt better in my
"You haven't n lot of work to do that
you ought to havo dono at the ofllco.
"No, I havo not."
"Supposo you are anxious to seo your
"Yes, that's one thing, and another is
that wo'ro going to havo roast turkey
stuffed with sausage meat. Isn't that
enough to make a man lovo his homo
and want to get to it?"
"Well, I gness so," replied the second
man, "but I'm glad to got homo when
I only have corned beef and cabbugo
and pumpkin pio two inches tidek. It
ain't tho. food, old mun. It's tho homo
and its influence that are to tho meal
what a gilt frame is to a poor picture.
Now, I'd rather have pig's knucklo and
apple dumplings as heavy as lead at
home than terrapin and tutti frutti ico
cream in a restaurant, wouldn't you?
Well, I guess yes."
"Of course yon would. Now what do
you think I'm going to havo tonight?"
"Glvo it up!"
"Fried clams and plum pudding."
"Only u huppy homo could make that
combination a success," said tho first
"That's just it. My homo is so happy
that I can mako a sandwich of spongo
cako and liver, and it melts in my
mouth, it's so good. Gosh, how I'll mako
that pork tenderloin and apple dump
ling jump. Goodnight!"
And while ono got eff to fly to his
pork tenderloin and applo dumpling
the other leaned buck iu his seat and
dreamed cf tho roast turkey stuffed
with sausage meat.
R. K. MCNKITTKtCK.
A Fearful Sufieatlon.
Fred (to chum) I dreamt about you last
nlht, Bobl '
Hob I hope It wm pleaant.
riw-wui 7 "W MVMMl iiiiv
loated, I dreamt that you paid the 110 yon
owed Hie. Tlt-OlU.
Klgiiiea are mysterious, Home men
never master tho wlggly littlo Arabic
signs which tiro In use. They might bo
ablo to write out u trillion In numbers
for you, but when it comes to making
what seems to bo the most trivial dicker,
they become hopelessly tangled. A
capital illustration of this was given by
a business man from Milwaukee yes
terday. "I went to the fair," lm said, "with my
wife and child. I asked at tho gate for
two full tickets and a child's ticket, and
threw down a ?l bill, I picked the
change up and passed on. I discovered
that tho ticket-seller hud given mo (1.75
In change in quarters and half-dollars,
and I went back at once. 'Here,' I said,
'you havo made a mistake.' "
"What'H that," tho ticket-seller an.
"You've made a mistake.''
"I guess not," he said curtly.
"But you did."
"Tift) lato now; move on," ho snapped,
"But tho mistake's In my favor; you
gave mo too much change."
"Oh," said tho mollified ticket-seller,
"Now, I laid tho sliver change out
before that man, Ho thanked me, took
some of it, and returned mo the rest, I
thought ho took 91 out, I believe ho
did, too. I went away, counted tho
change, and found that I was (1 behind
iu the deid. I sent my wife and child
into tho grounds. Figures are ho many
imps to mo. They havo always plagued
and harassed me. So 1 resolved to find
out what was tho matter I wont back
to tho window."
"Seo here," I Bald to tho tlckot-Boller,
"I dislike to bother you, but tho change
Is not right yet. I am 91 behind."
"I don't think that ticket-seller liked
figures any bettor than I did."
"What'H tho matter?" ho asked.
"Why, I am 81 behind."
"Ho looked blank."
"I took just 91 out of tho cliango a
minute ago," hu Bald. '
"I know it," I replied. "But there Ib
a mistake somewhere Now, I am a
reputable business man In Milwaukee.
Hero is my card. Give mo 91, and if
you aro 81 behind iu your footing to
night, write mo, and I will return it to
"All right," ho said, "Hero Is your dol
lar." "1 took that dollar and added it to tho
othor chauuo in my hand. I wont into
tho grounds und counted tho money as
I walked along. Imagine my feelings,
whon I found thut I was still 00 cents
ahead of tho ticket-seller."
"I didn't go back, but I shall return
him that (X) cents today."
"Now, gentlemen," said tho Milwau
kee man, "whore wiih tho tnlstako?"
All shook thoir heads.
"Sometimes," ho continued, "I bollovo
that some oriental magic still clings to
thoso queer Arabic numerals, 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 0, 7, 8, 0, 0."
"That story Ib truo, gentlemen," fluid u
man who hud just joined tho group. "I
urn tho tickot-seller."
"Weill" Hidd tho Mllwaukeo man, "so
"Vob, and you owo mo 83," tho tickot'
tiowo you live flvo dollars!"
"Yes, strungo to say, you do. Hero is
tho bill you gavo me. Examine it
Tiio crowd gathered around and eyed
tiio green paper.
It was a counterfeit. This fltory
Bounds liko fiction, but it is true Inter
Remember that Ayer's Sarsaparilla is
extracted from tho Honduras root,
which only from Sarsaparlllas has tho
truo alterative properties. Also, thut it
is a highly concentrated and powerful
medicine, and hence its wonderful re
sults in all forms of blood disease.
Furs stored for tho summer Insured
freo from moths und thoft ut P. E.
Voelker's, practical furrier, V. M. C. A.
... ,v-t ..-
once to infor
that you may
tiling you m
Elizabeth Hniiim amlChnrlNllnniia will tukn
notion that on thUi)th dnyof Julv.lMCI, Frank
M.MIle, tilalntltT heroin, Hied lit t It Ion , In
tho district court of Lancnxtur county. No
braiikn, iiKAlntt jou as (McimIiwiU tho ilijtct
and iirnycrof which U to mttluund oiilvt tho
tltlo forovcr In Frank M. Mlh,na well a tho
ImmiicmIuii thereof to lot iiuiuIkt nlno (U) in
block number thlrty-noreii 017) In Uuwann'e
addition to South Lincoln, In Lancaster
county, Nebraska. You aro reiulred to answer
until petition on or before thoo'ovontli day of
MtiMWI J 0 UM
Will meet you
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Mm. Amand PmMty
For many yean an eiteemed communicant el
Trinity JCplieopal church, Newlmrgh, N, T,
nlwayi any "Thaak Yen" to llood'i Hr
AMi.irlllfl. HIia aulrorettfor veara from Rnm
Mul NcrefnlB miret on Iter tact, head iuiiI
run, mixkhiK lirr deal neurly ynnr, and nffeot-
mil nur m.iii. iu mo mrpm ui nor inonvi
lliu cfTootrd ours und she ran now hoar and
seo ni well ninrcr. For full articiilnri of htr
enna send to 0. 1. Hooii tt Co., Lowell, Man.
HOOD'S PlLLS ar limit marit, ant ara aaa.
(act In condition, proportion and appearance.
As many of our customers
could not attend our Corset
sale on account of the storm
last, we will
them another chance. Next
Saturday evening from 7 until
9 o'clock, when we will sell
our guaranteed summer corsets
For two hours.
1039 O STREET.
Real Estate Loans
Qn farm In Eaitern Netyrmka and linproreel
proporly In Lincoln, for a tortn of year.
IrOWBST CURRENT RATES.
R. E. AND J. MOORE.
Cornor Eloronth and O S t recti , Lincoln,
'WnPT TVQ Howtoeconomuetlnie.
l ytxYlllJ (j end money eoaaUiet'
: "V A 1 It tl0 w"ld fair to beet .
IlJ.Xl, adrantaae, la quoa-;
. Hon that may nave,
puttied you. AtoIiI minUkra by nattloa
. inated in adranco. l'erhapa the Mutt rated .
foldnr Juit iMund by Hantn Fa Root la;
what you neod. It contalna rlewa of world'a .
'tnir bulldlusa, accurate map of Chicago,;
. mid other informa- .
il'VilSro'i!: SANTA FEi
I'nlmcr. P. A. Santa IJATirill? !
:Fo Kouth, Oruahn, ItUUill. '
; mid ask for froo copy. ;
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
o o o SHAMPOOING
STIFF IS MI 10 ORDER
FROM S2.60 TO S4.60.
Lincoln Stiff Hat Factory
K. W. COH. TWELrTH AND O 6T6.
Old Huts Blocked, Cleaned, Dyed and
wide as good as iwic. All kinds
of Repair Work done.
m v3 Strip.
Write to E. L. Palmer, V, A. Santo Fo Route
Omaha, Neb,, for free copy of lUuttrated folder
and the Tonknwa, Fawuee and KlckapooReer
vatloua, noon to tie opened foriettlemeut by the
U. S. Koreromcnt. Million of acrea in ti tin
cat agricultural country under thniun, waiting
to bo tickled by tho husbandman'a lilowjtiare:
this la nlmoat the lad chuueo to obtain oue ot
Uncle Sam'n free faruu.
. . Ml W!
V. II. lleelw, first name unknown, defendant,
will tako notice tlmton tho .6th day of July,
IM. Frank M. Mllea. plaintiff herein, tiled his
petition in tho district court of Lancaster
county, Nebraska, Otculnst aald defendant, Win
object and pra)or of which I to nettle and
unlet the title forever iu tho said Frank M,
Miles, as well as tho posaettalou thereof, to lot
eleven (II), Iu block twenty-alx (IM) in Dawaou'a
addition to South Lincoln, In Lancaster county,
Nebraska, and to cancel and not aalilo and hold
for uauuht and decree a certain tai deed to aald
W. II. Ileebo for aald lot. recorded October aotti.
1874, In book p, at pave 3M, of deeda recorde of
aald county, Vou aro reaulred to auawar aald
petition on or before the ltthday of September,
Ui. FRANK M. MILKS.
Dated July Mtb, ISM.