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TT J 158 DAY, MARCH 6, 1900.
IRA L UAiti3,EoiTonA J'oi'Rinioit suiiacmPTio.v hatbb lmr",' cnnhltt BdTftaec,.,.... .. .. ,....... 11.25 , 75 OeaU' flit MontlHi drinlilo advaaao. BtitorcdnUhyottbl4fttle(Nbri)poriofflcoai a b attoil.nl an matt r. Thk republican city committee will moot thift evening and select i dale for holding the city cotivcn tioit. The rnin'cutliti will proktbly be called to meet wulijnweek. so a to tfie a iumpniftn of about three wi-ck's duration. ' ' J. H. l-'oMisTKN. who wni turtuid down for clerk of Hie supreme court, is to be placated by recolt mir the fusion nomination for ntatc auditor. Tin would be a-lticrative poHition for HduiiRteit; lie lias tlm faculty ii makiiij,' more moiioy out of a public office limn any other man in Nebrnnkn. Jlii "ntke-ofl"" from the iiuurunce companies would be extremely profitable. Oi.sv.HtWiMAV KnviM.t: ha intro duced a bill in the house fixing' a salary for fourth dam' postmasters and giving them a monthly allow ance and other expenses in ad dition to the feetf'tlial thoy now re ceive. It congress should pa bp the bill which it probably will not Conjjressiimn Jcv.illo would be in nurcd a hearty support from a larjjc number of fourth clans post maslcrH in thin district. Tub Kremout Tribune remarks that if the republicans of the state want to cope with llieir allied jwlit ical enemy they mimt adopt similar methods for raising sinews of war. The enemy is now collecting from the rank and file throughout the state and thus providing a big cam paign iund and directly stirring the subscribers to political activity. When men put tip money for any project ,thclr interest is more thoroughly aroused, and this con dition is essential to the republican part' in thin atate. The liccct-aity of defeating the calamity crew in charge of the ship justifies the means. Comity ToaolieVu' Aunoclatlon. .The meeting of the county teach ers' association was hold at the J0urt lioiiBe Saturday. The at tendance was good -a large propor tion of the teachers in the county being present 'and the interest in all of the proceedings was well sus tained. The morntng session lasted about an hour ana was devoted entirely to the discussion of .rcadiinr circle work. Th book which is being rcau mis year anoitn s "science and IliBtory of Kdttcation." The chapters of the book which have been read were thoroughly dis cussed, AUbs Christina Kriccsou, I. K. "Worrell and Miss Adina Franx.cn leading the dUetiHslou .utss i ranzen dwelt particuiarlr on the kindergarten work. The nieiu bers of the association all agreed that the reading circle work if properly used was productive of much good. The discussion aroused added interest' in th work and some of the circles which have heretofore been rather lax In their work were spurred to greater zeal. The afternoon session opened MOST VIOLENT CASES HAVE APPEARED AT FIRST AS WS3 K,i WERE PIMPLES. twine they U thov nuttimlty . lt , 'w 'v r-rtH4t u Miliniit ty i criu-l mid dnuccrour oiKirntJon Un ouly trcattnont. wliicli tlw doctors know for Cuncor. The dliwa j.rompt.y roturiw. howvr. iud h oun moro ami dotnmtivf tlMin lviforo. Cimcor i a doudly tiowou in tho blood, and an oiMirnttou. phvtior or other oxtflrnul JivutuuMit can have no KltVct wlmtovnr uiii it Tin-euro must eiroo from wiUuu tlio taut vitisot Himm muxl. lit- .ruJl:itsl. ' Mi nnrtor lt'comins S. S. S. FOR 'Bk iiv'- vSttej,'n!1P'1 i'Di?-4litr, lrtivtup u Miiiidl voul whicJt mhui drop. V,Tvirrf'R 'lr.' ,10vV ,nl 11 ,Mul1 kv "Hie nr'ar r'ihttliiit whete I'V .Wa wiWiJ wlml frimon. foihHt.n,y my life ou.-e hM.f(ill pviir." ..UviU v.i itiiively the only oure for Caiuvr in Bwift's anooltlo.- 7v)?,0Hw l i3.',i' "n,i" rtM,,1,,,i' "Melt "nn go doip ftioaek lo reuc-h (lie roof of tfredifeMSwaiiii foivji it out of tho uynttini ptftnwiently. A surtrionl OWi-nllim d'KtlTitit) rwteli the blood - the I'.tul neat of the dlm-utH hceauoe the UUkl win not ' cut iittau. liirtsl upon S. S. S. j nothlntr "an tnlt- u pliuv. ..rvKi11"''",'" ,,w' '" ' crtiulu. Weretua. Ulieuawttlam, CoiitnKiotia lltowj, FiAiMi, Ulcrrf, Kttrfs, i.r n oi.hcr JorM of blood dlsearfn. ValgHbhi SwlrtSiWllc UnniAniy, Atbinla, Ueorjjirt. bout half nat one. The ftut paper ' on the program wa ou "The ticcuHBtty ot leacinug pnonics. Iio6i Sullivan who was to hove prepared the the pnper va unable to be" nt the meeting o Miss Thoel- ecke gave a brief but forcible talk ou the subject. She was followed by Mi m Boftli eruon who read a chapter from IVni. Ifawlej Smith'i Walks and Talks concerning reading. "The need of more nor mal HChooh in our slate" very I ably h&tidlcd by Mis Minnie Clu-c l and 0. W. iNeal, They presented qtjttc an array of tacts tf'T'"g ample proof ot tiic groat need of more nor mal school. A general dictifisiou followed and the sentiment of the association cryutalucd in a reioltt tlon which set forth the need ot more normal schook and pledged the association to do cvaryllnng in Kb power io promote the normal , school movement. I Miss Sarah Ryan, airraduate of! thr state university who in leaching ! near Wallace, nave a paper on Litcrature as adopted to the , count rv school" which was a mast erly effort and aroused a great deal of interest. Her paper wan plant and practical and contained a fund of information conccrnlnir methods by which the studv of literature in the country schools might be made much more affective. At the con elusion of her paper she gave h prnetlcal illustration which lasted about thirty minutes. The discus sion on questions of "What a leach or should expect of the insti lute" and "What the institute should expect of the teacher" wn led by -Prof. J. C. Orr and (I. U. Turner. Sontc rery excellent ideas on both 'aides were brought out during the discussion. During the afternoon a number of the pupils of the city schools rendered songs which wero appreciated by the association. The evening waB devoted to a patrons' meeting and it Was cer tainly a very profitable one to both the teachers and the parents. The first number on the program was a very excellent violin solo by Robert Cary. The first paper of the even ing was given by Mrs. Will McDon ald. It dealt with the kindergarten phase of both the parents' and teachers' work and contained matiy wise suggestions as to the early training of children utiggcniions which if followed by all parents and teachers would make a vast difference in the youths ofourlnnd. Mrs. McDonald had evidently be stowed much thought on her sub ject. The next paper was ou "Our mutual interests by Mrs; Will Ilnrdiu and it was full of good practical theories concerning the necessity of co-operation of teacher and parent for the children's wel fare theories which Mrs. Hardtn constantly puts in practice and concerning which she is therefore entitled to speak with authority. One very apt illustration which she used was in comparing the cat'c which a person would exercise in the building of a house and the care which the auie person exercised in the building of a child's character and its education. In the former instance the person would have frccjuent consultations with the builder jn order that everything about the house be properly con structed; in the latter instance it was nearly always the case that the same person would never consult with the builder the teacher who was building something far more precious than a house. She empha sized the fact that such a condition of affairs was absolutely wrong, The "Normal education of chil dren" was discussed by Prof. J. C. Orr and Mr. P. K. Dullard. Prof. Orr drew similes bet ween various Diblc characters and the. teacher and dwelt upon the teacher's re apousibUily for the childV moral welfare. "Mr. Dullard advanced The Kreatort erm should tx given to liny mile on, ilhnplc or rwmuTi wlijuh Miowa no deposit Ion to hi'iil undtir nnlln- uuni. jso oik onn roll how noon uiom ilim into Ohiiiw of tlu worm tvno. 11UUIV IIMulllD illv l'rolll Clinoitr ?trmlv lux. not know -just what the dltviu- Jn; turu tlmniMjIvou ovr to ilm d:toiH. W'- Wn. Wnlpok.. of WdMitou'ii, S. D., wiyu: " little Motrli idxmt tho sv of a name undur mv loft yi). uru-inall)" Rrowiujc lai-RiT, fmm which idiivitincpaiiw at interval nut in all directions. iHioanio Riijuih uIiii-iiuhJ aud eonsulled a ol dS't,.r, who .iouoimced (t Caueor," atdtidiH.'d i lud it 1k out out, but thia 1 wuld not eou miiI to. 1 imjd iij (v liHa pavr ff a euro iJTutil by H. H. S..andderid,l totty it It m'ted I(lo a ohanu. tla at llrst irritatetl. and then (UKchnrciiiK THE BLOOD 1 fVfl 3k Some of the purest and best scion) ideally, and If vou would hi comes in one and Coffees that your ment-lined bags, Is emblematic of These Coffees cream and golden Harrington & Tobin, Exclusive Agents, North Platte, some ideas which arc uot always bro.uyht out in this connection, lie showed that the line of demarka tiou between what moral instruc tion a teacher sliould and shouldn't jrivc vas very diRtiuct and that it should always be alonff the line of the tniderlytiijr jyfrcat principles of morality .aiid not conccrninr pettv matters. Mits Eunice Babbitt fol lowed thiB difeusBion with a paper on Only half the load, please." IM.. ....i. -1- ' 1- 11... ouk inuuin oiu very ciuariy mu exhorbitant dcmatids which parents very often made ot teachcrs-djf mandttig' of Iliem a state of perfec tion to which the parents thotti selves could never attain. Her paper was full of both wit and wisdom and was a strong- plea for co-operation between teacher njid parent. During- the evening Prof Urnnden gave a mandolin solo which arottRcd hearty applause. All of the members of the associa tion arc of: the opinion that thSa was one of the plcasantest and most profitable mcelings ever held. . : Gob. 0. Hawkins, ol WelMcct, is" transacting business in town today. !H1!fJU11fiHWiH1!riUWiWlfillWllWrJW?riiM!FiriU1!fK I PAINTS. A FULL .JLilNIO OK - .it ' - John W. Masury's Celebrated Paint ; ON SALE AT 1 Davis' Hardware Store. 5 nun you gor reatiy to paint youj- House, ss , c onll on ns nud lot us sell yon first-class S Piiinl at reiiBonabk' prices. taktt r " - - - v; v , Hs McOAUE. Proprlotor. J. II. BUSH, Manaasor. J i North Plflttp Phflnriflrv i J - Irugs and Druggists' Sundries wnnttt nil bfldg to Al Prooorlptlorts Oafofuljy. Fllltjd by a Licensor! PhurtnRciat. ! t 6rdcrs trout tho country and i uuiuv. luimvav ia rtrttt door north of Flrnt National Batik. II ill Jj' A SOCIAL TRIUMPH ' May be marred b small detail, - for iitanc- i.fl''- that is m't all Ihst It sliould be. The hostess who rrali.'- 'I pi ap(.o:t atlerttlon to the .selection of tho coffce thAt .she -.crvjs to her Cuc-ots. - Such a hostess lnstat upon having Chase & Sanborn's High Grade Coffees. She knows that H la sure to ple.aao coffee ronnoisseura. She mho knows that tt does not haveMnjunai.-i after-effects. Though the reason of thts may not be plain tu ner. , -t coifee experta know why tt la. rcilaotia are because Chas? h Sanbm'.. I.s 'r Coffee that can be, produced, roas'cd nd pack.i Above all never adulterated have vour aocial (unctions a s-.:toc: H .d i would have harmony and enjoyment In your hi;i. at ail n. n'.-.. buy. and inalst upon getting Chase & Sanborn's Coffe '! trukcfl no difference whether you buy their Se! Brand two-pound tin cans, or the.fr other nigh t;rad grocer will sell you in highiv cl. tea. p'i b- you may rest assured that their nma .nrf -.oal Coffee perfection. produce that beautiful port-wine - olor before after crearn so much desired by coffee lovers. FOE SALE. FARM WAGONS, SPRING WAGONS TOP BUGGIES, A;id all kinds of - Fawn VIaehineF.y. Standard Goods at Reasonable Prices. v , , LOCK & SALISBURY, NORTH PLATTK. FRANK LOWE, Contractor and Builder. nntlin.itt". ttirnlshi il on .til laH-srs of build hilt .iniibtiit; promptly attcmtpit to. IWxt ot rctoreuoe-f kIvoii Knmt Street. oiiixMlto Hirer s office, N'onni pr.ATOK nku S3 -i i . , , ? -w jm. 4, a A 4. A A V V m be : just a represented. alouk' the lip-- ! i.; ' u ri'Hjicciiuny Boircticu. n tV t J SSL i u S LAND OFFICE NOTICES. miU Jt FOIL ri'IjMl'ATIO'. tToltsd Htoton ljinj Ofllcv, , Nvortti Wnrte. NeU.. JVbrwuy in. ity. NoUoe It bxfttbf (riven thnt Ute fiJIon-iDK-nanifvl KAttlnt Hak Hlfl tiuuo of hli lutvntloii to nmlin Uul proof in mpiort nf liln clHlio, nnl (lint riitil l.roo will bo lnmio linorw ltvelitr unit Hclvtr t .Vortb Kntlo. h. on Htrcll SIM, KVnl, vln: .JUltK M. HIgT6. H( mad llranefletbt Lotty tin. tulfi" for tho HflaUiewit JuMtr of Hcottoa tl.ll'nwe 10 north, K4tt wt. ,H tWoMnUm (ullowttiff wttnwwM to'ornveblx oonllnn m rooidnnot 'lpon and nul'tvntloD of tnltl rK- JuHon R. aiMMlalwi. of Nortli I'tatto, Neb .nnJ Ixvl W ott, Wllltum T. H. Connor nnd J(ttb Ki-rlnol, i,('liokuni. Nob fS4 KO. f.. ritKKCU, ilwloler. MlTfi'K FOIl rnil.H'ATION. I'ntuvl fc'tnto iun.l OIBc, t NorfU Plntto, rbnmr l, llrt. ( Tfotlf l burnliv lvin Hint Kiln I, .IocIcIiik; forwurlT Uiokur, iin fllod notiw of lier Iti'fliukm tO nittk flu -J fro.-if l.foro tbe Kkh'""!' u1 Uemivor ni i'it,n-drttc iM North l'tntt. Nthrn km. on Ihurxic.j , tk ilu; of Mnri'Jj, I'.fKi, on on Tlmt'ir ' iltm Avplloatlon No. lj,2tn, for th' RoatlMu,t fmorttr of tfni'iloii No. Jo, In L'ovrnb)n Xo. It) n.rth ilnjiM' No. 11 nui HU name an L4tir WnlMt, 11 Mulone, WnlUT K, Onvillx, nd Kolwrt tVeUlwr,' II of Vortb 1'lntto, NVb. ttlH (JEf. K. I IIKNII, BKllrr NoTioe rtjn.i t ittio'ATtoN, Ijoid Ottlcv lit North I"lnttf. Neb.' f't.uruur' l.HUU. lmi NtRlce 1 Iteraby ivf n UiM Uie follyvttng-uKuiMl fKttlnr liu !) twtiru of n( lutnHoo Ui make ttiiil uhHif In support ( W cjiltv, nd IhM ti ITOOJ will be mmie befor refltlM"C Hint roclror at Nortti lWt, Neb, on Itoh .'flW, viK. Uu JC UxrCToniljl, win xaiAf HntnoilHJ Ho. 11An, fot th,wuthrt Motthwetit ounrter unit low S, 4. I'uxal A, jwHtoo , towiwhlp lit i.orlli THOg 27 Mr. U BAWOilh tWforlui wltnwMKM to rovt hU ioiiUuuounrc'tdieo umin ami .'iilll (5onhtSiiiajiu'r r- JiiibKt. ll.u. Ohtor. JhibcjA RaborSs, W. HtHox. H ul'Urady, Neb. flfll) OKoiMk'.. fnH'ifii, UHd'hlr, jftriorj von vvnw.kTWs. Itnited Stf.toe OlJk", r flfuM PUtke, "Selwotttii, FAronry tlj lfJ. f $cMM U bqrdtsjftvn rhnV.iru If, iUusbw Uui (Usd qoHoo irf fnritounpn to uAl(6 flual proof befut.- Mio JtNlMr udllMw t lr-ofae in North Wtt, N., W WHdftr, th -7th ls of April, VMfi, f Tliuber jBtillur AppUcattim Na llfnj, f,iftM Hon Jiweat aTtr NorthwwtqURrttr, Waat-tutir Bonihwit qnnrtnr, SuuUlMt vwn r of the onth )Uirte, of tjpUon 11, fown.'blii . . .. . . . ft km Knox, Horoco Au.Hn and (,'ah Aivlin, ull ot North JluWu, Nab. Mit'icM FUM' ftnufiTIOM. Ijuid iHli'M' North plntt. Neb., J oKriiary Stjtb, tVttl. ilotlcti la hitehr tfh en tW tlui rollowlnK.Bamed eVln baa Hlixl noUiw of hl luUiitiou k mk.u Una I proof In iipTorl of lif culm, and Uit lU prof'f will h inadahafAra lieitatM ld rteoc Ivar it woel'i 1'iHilfi, nm , ja April vtu, ivmi, tit 1 itHtirNK IKPHJiN AbOiiiade li'miMiil mti Ko, I740T fot ,Uf m.rlli half of l hi uorthvl' ist uaarlar and tlio wiuUl wed 'jiittrtcr of tiorUiwom i)uarlcr and nortbwent piartr of (unthwaul q Hurler nf ecUu 'in, town aliiu It nortb. rKtiup ? U aaiaet Uit 'ollonlnit wliuMiietlo prove hi i.dUiiii" riRldTiio upon od iitltlvaUou of Aiild laud .vl- Jil.n llHr:t.ia. ('. I., Jioiaea, T. .Ji'psen ItitttwHuu. all uti'ifill". Nab. . til-tl. OI O W I RKNffR. ttetfietar. Lsffal Notions. JfOTlCK fr SALE. Ut ha tuattui of tli ute of Oolbart Aubrey deteiUMid lu pitKuanrti of mi ordor of X. M, Wrloiiw, Jmtfcf of ilm Urlrlut ;.uit of Uoaolll ooULtr, "NabrakK.i, mnde Pitbriuiry 17, ltMM. I will Mil at the umulKiMt bermu litiitt 'tn Yalta, tu aajd oouDt). on the 17 Ui lar of Moreb. 1900. At U o'tliH x. ui, at public1 vonauri, lo Ule BlrliCKt hid. Ur, ItK ciuiU, lot eleven, btuek Uilrteeo, In the iv.mi or .ir.aue ot Wu'lac in ald vountr- Said vale will reiuaTu opeu on hoar JoantM B, TBinut, r.'.ttl AUjramntriitur of fld JMate. Nourr ?o c,ti:mTOtB. llltia np.uiist the eatKte of I'mlly Jt, CK.Bhlr 1 i. .i. .Ipi m d. r ut Uft fllbd . u thM CftitBty eourt ti( t ,vnjii r-nintj, tfehi ,i".k.i, Milhtn Ut moatba tnitti 1 1 t.itv rtbraiti-r t ', wirn a alalnii Mill 1-J .nultwil Iu i-3 rviurt VHt.'b II, ll'Huwt an ii i, -!. II' pwj. 'l p y. A.: p- invor.i' ov HRAiit.Nit. mnikof Nhrnk, Iinioln rii;ity, I.i 'he W'lt' -' fii iii( i- i;nr a I.bIbc, I, n,..l, il,. r iiadio' A'tl It'll, n M, ni Vlt.tM' i' rt.rnb V 't .r I' li'l.' " "Ml ' 'Ut. ull ' ..I'VIl' ft Of . oil' t , M I i i ' ' t Im if r i i , -y, t u.t i tji-t ' i . ' r i- ' ,. iiiMlunMl f ' ' -:-".: - I i j ii. lulrH il .n laid lu I .on'y i oiii t o t l.i u-i( 1 nil - aiip why 'iiy urii'iT 1 'U .. , n,.i,u l iwr- alter war aturtr ut a y i uui t lo Im in to ui - ! fva,nu ,uun'r, i ut nil - tn$t why 'iiy urii'ir ,f i of !. .tic HU'jnfn us " --.MP: vv HIS I ixsm mm ss a mm mm m mm m i asm m MOBATE NOTICE. In t,r nisber of tit wrtftNi ot 'Antr K. MrOlono, flH'HW1!. Tn thp ennntt wwrt nf Utwelti Wiimtr, Nelirmkn, Tebrnnrx 17, IPO). Nolle l ii1ij it-t), Tliol ltd en.Hlltor of Mid dm-oKhMj will GKipt til dmlnllttntnr of imi 1 Mtnli, before tlm oonnly Judeo of Lincoln i-ountr, ; Netirnnkn, t Ihn oonntj conrl rnmn, In onld i-onntjr, ot the antli dr ot Mnnth 10(l. nnd ou tlm Uli-t ttny f AiiKiirl 1W10, At on o'nlnrk p. in, nch dn.v , fur tlio purpoan of prernnUiif; tbolf cliilni" fur etamluNtton, (Wlju-Uiinit mid nllownnro Hli, iriunllw r hIIommI for rreIltor lo pritnt their I lnuvi, nnd one rear for the fHlintnlstrntor to polllu 1 raid lUiti, from tli t7tlt dny oi Folimnf jt lUOlt. I U'l. A. H. nALi'IN,rniUit- ,1ti,lt(P. LtfOAL KO'llCK. 1 In Mip District Court of Lincoln eotin ' t. , Nolmwkn. I lu (Jminty of Jiiticoln, ti corj)orii- , tlOl). . Plitintiir, ' I vb f TiliH'j'-llomid Ooinnnny, n copor-1 Htion, anil John Doo, tnio'nntno tinUnmvn. . ; Dofomlante. ' Tho ilofemlnntB, Tlinon lhirnld'Cotn pnny, ti corporation, nud John Doo, truo niiino unknown, will thko notico tlint on tho loth Uny of l-Vhrutiry, K'UO, tho plaintilT, Tho Gounl.v ot Ltnooln, it cor poration, filod its petition in tho district omrt ot Linnoln county, Nubritflkn, nKniiiHt you nnd ouch of you nn ilofond lint, tho ohj'uut nnd prnyor ot wbioh nro to forecloso oortnin tnx Hon?, duly n BOHtwU by Ktild pluintiif ngninat tho northnnst qunrtor ot tho north wont nnrtor of Srotioti 0,Tovvnhip lfi.Kninjp '.VI. wont of sixth prinnmnl nioridinu tn XobrriHkn, for tht your lH'X n tho Hum of ,),j; for tho yonr 1891 in thomuu of f-'.THj for tho yonr IWo tu tho huiu of .'l.lfi; for tho yonr 1H1 in tho mini )f 8,'t.S:t; for tho yonr ISO" in tho ouru of SI.S3htor the yonr 18DS in tho etitu of ?1.1!'; ninountinR In tho totnl aunt of Slfi.27, vvitli intorost on tho wtld toUtl n mount ttt ttit into of too par cotit por annum from the 1st dy of Febru ary, l'.mo, nil of which is duo and unpaid. Plaintiff prnyfi for a doerco of foroo cldmiro of noid tn.r liens aud sale ot said prpiiiimw. 'oti and eneh ot you aro ro juiriKl to iinswor ttuid petition on or bo. foro loudRy,(tho 2d day ot April, VAX). Tiik (;ni Ni.v ov Ii.n(joi.n, a Corporation, fly Jt. R. Ridyoly, ltflAttornoy. LKUAh NO TICK. In the District Court of Lincoln ooun-' ty, Nebrnekn." J uo-toiiuty nr Jjtncoln, n t.orpor- ( ntion, I'lninlilf, , vs. , j Dr. 15. J. Kny Modioiuo Co.. n cor norntiou. Waltor L.'Solbv. Ad- uio V.. Kotulnll and John DoO, truo name unknown, Defend ant, J Tho defendants, Dr. 11. J. Kny Modi oino Co., a corporation, Wiiltor L.Solbj, Addio L. Kendall ami John Doo. true nupio unknown, will take notico thnt ou 10th day of February, 1000, tho plnin titjf, the County of Lincoln, it corpora tion, filed Itn petition in tho district court o Lincoln county,. Nobraska, agnlnst you and each of you as dofono untfl, tho objoct aud prayer of which, nro to foreclose cottaiu tux liuns, duly .ns bosHod by said platntiir nf,'ainst tho south west northwest qunrtor, northoitst quar ter Southwest quartor, and south half ot bouth west qunrtor of Soction 9, Town ship lo. RnutfD and northwest qliar tor of northwest quartor ot Roetton 11, Township ir, Ranpo 112, west of the Sixth principal inondttut, NobraBkn, for tho year 185)3 In the sum ot $11.:U; for tho year lS'A in tho sum ot 810.88; for Uio year 18!V iu the sum of 310.02; for tho yonr l&H iu tho sum of $16.91-, for tlio yonr 1897 io tho sum of 98,tVJ; for tho -1898 iu the.suin oi i?7.2J, nuiotiutinj in tho total sutirot $72. OS, with intorost on paid total amount at tho rate of 10 per ceot por auni'un from tho lit day of February, 15KX), all of which is duo nnd unpaid. PlnlntilT prnvs for n decree of toroclos. nro ot said tax lions nnd sale ot said propprty, Vou and.onch ot you nro ro quired to nnswpr snid iwtittou on or bo toro Mondny, tho 2d dny of Apnt, 1000. Thk Coimn- ov Lincoln, n Corporntioa. IJy 11. S. KidifPly, its Attornoy. The best c CIGAR IN TOWN Can bo found at.,.,... 1. 1 mmmn. Our Tun-Cnt Cigars are the ' .equal of any. Your attention is invited to our fine line of Chewing" and Smoking" robaccos and Smok ers articles. A Well Man is he who who get us to t make his clothes. Wo arc now receiving our lint of new and fashionable Spring Suitings. F. J. Broeker, Morobaut Tailor. 1j( tere or Mo Notice I havo 4t;o,DOO A of os oi' Vuu ture LandfJ for Salo or Loaso, nt prit'os rnDtfiuh' from 00 IVitjtH In 10 per ncre. Itanohos, farm, hnj, and irricftted lands, 1 nnd otlnr nlMMosof I'oal Estate. Land nold on the 10 yonr U. P. It. 'It tinm plau, one-tenth down, bnltmcn in yrly pnyments. Call on . . 'J P K It. Ln'nd eut Utt4iilf u nu ldinR, , tlitn .aw ir rrAttrtnitr