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covermnent chemist, writes: I haye care
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and certify that I found the same abso
lutely pure and well aged. This wine is
especially recommended for iti health-restoring
and building up properties; it
strengthens the weak and restores lost vi
tality particularly adapted for conval
escents, the aged, nursing mothers and
those reduced and weakened by over-work
and worry. Be sure you get "Royal Ruby";
$1 per quart bottles, pints 00 eta, Sold by
J. H. HARLEY,
11th and O Sts.
THE BEAUTY OF NIAGARA
can never be described and it has never
be describedjond it has never been pictured
bo adequately and satisfactorily as in the
portfolio just issued by the Michigan Cen
tral, "The ittagara Falls Route." It con
tains fifteen largo plates from the best in
stantaneous photographs, whicn cannot bo
bought for as many dollars. Theso can be
bought for ten cents by sending to H.
H. Marley. S. W. Pass, agent, Union de
pot, Kansas City, Mo.
ARE YOU GOINGING EAST THIS SUM
MER? Don't forget that the great Summer
Tourist Route is The Michigan Central,
"The Niiafcara Falls Route," first-class
line for first-class travel, the popular line
to Niagara Falls, Mackinac Island, and the
Thousand Islands in tho St. Lawerence,
the White Mountains, the Adiroudacks
Portland by the sea, Boston and New Eng
land points, New York and the seashore.
Send six cents postage for "A Summer
Notebook." It will tell you all about theso
places and how to reach them.
For time tables and other information
apply to Ma, H. H. Marley, S. W. Pass. Agt.
Kansas City, Mo.
S. L. GEISTHARDT,
To Elizabeth Crawford, Crawford,
her husband, first real name unknown, and
John McGloin, non-resident defendants:
You and each of you are hereby notified
that on Ma7 12th, 1894, Azariah H. Sawyer,
as executor of the last will and testament
of Eliza F. Clark, deceased, as plaintiff, be
gan an action against you and other defen
dants in the district court of Lancaster
county, Nebraska, the object of which i& to
foreclose a certain mortgage on the following
land in said county, to-wit: lots number ten
(10) and eleven (11) in block number eight
(8) Sunny-side addition, according to the re
corded plat thereof, made by John B. Hor
ton, dated October 29, 188a, to secure the
payment of a promissory note of said J. B.
Horton to one Wm. M. Clark trustee for
$935 on which there is now duo 81,103.30
with interest from April 29, 1891, at ten per
cent, per annum pursuant to coupons.
Plaintiff prays for a decree of foreclosure
and sale of said land to satisfy said liens aB
aforesaid for deficiency judgment and gen
You are required to answer plaintitTs pet
ition on or before the 30th day of July, 1891.
Azabiah H. Sawteb, Plaintiff.
July 21 ' y S. L. Gekthardt, attorney.
8 room cottage near in, barn, bath, nice
shade at 82G.
7 room houso in South Lincoln, fine loca
tion, barn, city water, 818.
8 room house, three blocks from Twelfth
and O, newly repaired, bath, barn, gas 833J13.
5 room cottage in East Lincoln, $12.50.
1201 O Street. Lincoln. Nob.
EAL ESTATE BARGAINS!
Four Room cottage 28 and Hitchcock,
full lot. 2C00.
Four Room brick, full lot 28 and Hitch
Five room cottage with barn, cor. 25th
and Garfield, beautifully located-81000.
We have somo first class city property for
sale or trade
Room 4, 1113 0 St.
Fine modern six-room cottage in East Lin
coln. Steam heat plato glass, hard wood,
Choice residenco location, threo lots at a
very cheap figure
H. C. YOUNG, Broker,
1201 O Street,
1520 Farnam Street.
Clear quarter of choice land near Grand
Island for a good residence, East or South
Lincoln preferred. Clear one-half section
HOMER WEST & SON.
78 Burr Block.
CIIATTETi MORTGAGE SALE.
Notico is horeby givon that by virtue of
a chattel mortgage dated July 12th, 1894,
and filed for record in the office of the
county clerk of Lancaster county, Nebras
ka, July 13th, 1894, executed by Charles
S. McKcnnoy to A. G. Preston, to Becure
tho payment of 81,350 with interest at 10
percent from July 12th, 1894, and by
virtuo also of of a certain other chattel'
mortage or the same property dated and
tiled in tho same oflico at tho samo time,
executed by Charles S. McKennoy to
Simeon S. McKennoy to. Becure tho pay
ment of tho sum of 8350, of which $70
is payable to said Simeon S. McKenney
on a promissory note, executed by Charles
S. McKennoy and $280 is payable to the
Merchants Bank of Lincoln, Nebraska, on
a promissory note executed by Charles
S. McKennoy as principal, and by said
Simeon S. McKenney as surety, default
having been made in the conditions of both
said mortgages, wo the undersigned,
second mortgagees, will sell at public auc
tion, at tho store room situated at number
1225 0 street, in the city of Lincoln,
Lancaster county, Nebraska, on Saturday,
tho eleventh day of August 1894', at one
o'clock p. m., tho property described in
said two mortgages to wit: AH tho drugs,
paints, oils, notions, fixtures, furniture,
soda fountain, cigars and all and singular
tho goods, merchandise, drugs etc.- in the
storo room known as number 1225 O street,
in tho city of Lincoln, as well as all
thereof in tho basement of said store room.
A. G. PltEHTOX
Simeon S. McKensey,
July 2tst 3t
Savannah, N. Y., Ma ch 18th, 1894.
Messrs. S. C WEiXS & Co., Le Roy, N. Y.:
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and I went South without any apparent benefit. I was recommended to use
ghileh's CoMHWptlOB Care, and its results have been wonderful. I cheer
fully recommend it to any err -iffering from lung trouble. James W. Goss.