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KUr tttmf . SIlfMttfit fflriV.ititr. CVH -,V.1, TL tSSDAY. JUNE 19, WOO. IRAIj BAIlE,EDiTort and Proi'iuktok HUIIHOHIVTION HATKB. One Year, cash In advance ...I1.2S fill Mouthi, ensb In advance .....75 OenU' RntredltheNorthritte(NbrMks)po8tafflees econd-AlMitnatter. William McKini.i:v will be re nominate:! by acclamation at Phila delphia tomorrow, and next No vember the voters of the country will see that he is re-elected. Aktkk considering the matter for several months, we understand the fusionists of the county will tender l II. lCdmo'ids the nomination for county attorney. Mr. lStlmoiids is perhaps the most logical candidate. At present Nebraska stands first in its prospects for a large wheat crop. Now if Mark Hanna will just keep off the bug crop and hail BtormB for two weeks longer, a majority of the voters of the state will no doubt cast their ballots for the republican presidential electors. WniiN Governor Poyntcr helped out the railroads on the assessment of their property, he evidently figured that the railroads would re turn the favor by helping him to 0f secure a rciiotiiiiiation and rc-clcc- tion. As the railroads find Poyiucr an easy omciai to "worK, incy will probably be perfectly satisfied to have him occupy the governor's chair for another two years. CoRi'ORAi. u J. 12asi,kv, writing irom the Philppincs to his mother in Ohio, Bavs: "If some of those traitors In the United States had kept their mouths shut we would have had them (the Filipinos) whipped long ago. Anyone that upholds anti-expansion is no better than an insurrcctor." This con firms other similar reports of the democratic support given to Aguiir aldo. Titti state house combination of sham reformers seems particularly a irita ted lest the searchlitrht of publicity be thrown upon the con duct of the state institutions under popocratic regime. When the lusioniBts were trving to get a foothold they arraigned the repub licans for mismanagement of these institutions and made various and divers proiniocs as to the improve- mcnts they would inaugurate if turned over to popocratic control, If they have carried out all their promises they need not feel uneasy about the inspection of records. Bee. It is stated that J. Sterling Morton's recent visit in the cast was for the purpose of reviving the gold, democracy, and that he met with Buflicicut encouragement to induce him, and others to go ahead with the organization of n third party. Mr. Morion says the idea is to embrace the best class of re- publicans and gold standard demo crats In the party and the principals will lo rile. rn,iHiiinn nrminmv . civil scryice rcfortn and a rigid ad- hcrcncc to the honest and patriotic methods ot administration in stituted by the founders of this government. If the new party enters the campaign this year Mr. Morton will probably be the presi dential candidate. Tin: populists and democrats of X'icrcc county appear to be desert ing the "reform" ship of state in alarming numbers. Recently C, C. Wilson of that county, who has been identified with the populist parly since its incipiency, came out with a lonj; letter announcing his intention ot affiliating with the old and tried republican party and supporting Win. McKluley, "the greatest man of the nation today." Albert MasR, a prosperous German farmer of the same county, recently said: "Well, I roasted an ox when Cleveland was elected but, I don't think I will do it again. McKiuley is good enough for me and I guess I'll vote for him, The German farmers have gone through the hard times of 1892- and don't want any more of them. The bug aboo of imperialism and trusts wont turn them either." Them are but two public expressions o the change that is going on, and the more btincoinb and deinogogy the fusionists endeavor to inject into tne campaign, me more changes there will be, not only in Pierce, but every other county in the state. Norfolk News. Shnator TnuwsTON lias been re- mui.ait.ii iu biuiiu iiiu ini.- iticr McKuilcv in nomination. The nomlntithiLr snccch will bo made bv o " cither Forakcr or Allison. IN talking with a local fuslonist it was learned that Judge Neville will have considerable opposition in the nominating convention and that his principal opponent will be Adjutant Barry, wlio ia feaid to be bached by and will rccivc the sup port of the state house gang. It is generally' believed, however, that Neyillc can marshal suflicicnt force to secure the nomination. In publicly advocatiuir the nassaire ol t lie ship subsidy bill, Hon. Arthur Scwcll, four years ago the vicc-nresidcntial candidate of the democratic party, says: "lCv' cry year the American nation pays foreigners $200,000,000 for the cost of freight on our exports and im- ports." That money, if paid to I American ship owners, would an- nually employ 200,000 skilled workmen and support a million of our people. Last Year of Fusion, Nearly a year ago the democratic nominee for congress in the Sixth Nebraska district after a close con ference with "William J. Bryan, wrote in a letter explaining his withdrawal from the race in favor his populist competitor that thcrc would be but one more year oi fusion. " That this pronounce- mcnt represents the real views ot the fusion leaders is evidenced on all sides bv the preparations in progress for the final compact for a division of the spoils. Idealizing that in all probability fusion is ou the boards in Nebras ka for the last time each party to the tripartite agreement is strain ing every fibre to get the best of the bargain and the long end of the patronage pole. The great prin ciples for which the so-called united reform forces were sup- noBcd to be battlinir have been utterly lost, to view and subordi nated to the struggle for place, while the interference of party machine, acrainst which the people's Independent party was in augurated as an organized protest, is being carried to lengths in pri maries and conventions far beyond the worst abuses ever perpetrated of old bv republican nut's. In the light of such machine manipulation the honest and sincere populist cannot fail to feel intense disgust. If he will survey the field soberly and thoughtfully he must realize that the fusion scheme has out- lived its usefulness, if it ever had any. The politicians who wain 10 make the most of the last year of fuaion have forfeited all claim to the support of the rank and file, who left the old parties in the hope of accomplishinir real reforms for the state and nation auu tney win not wait till the concluding break up to sec the error of their ways. Ucc. The removal of Mayor Van Wyck is asked for by the leading Demo cratic newspaper of New York. The looting of the poor of that city UV tllC ICC tntSt IS tOO IllltCll CVCI1 fur Ptiaan journals woman's Lite. is html enough as It is. It is to hur that we owe our world, nnd everything should bo made ns easy ns possible for her nt tho time of childbirth. This la just what MOTHER'S Friend will do, Itwillmnko kibv's cotnlmr easy and painless, nnd that without tak ing dangerous drugs Into the sys tem. It Is simply to bo applied to tho muscles of the abdomen. It penetrates through tho skin carrv- imr strength und elasticity with ft. It strengthens tho wholo system and prevents nil of the discomforts of pregnancy. Tho mother of n plumb babe In Pnnnmn, Mo., nays: "1 have used Mother's Friend and enn pralso It nigniy, Gct Mother's I riend nt tho Drug Storo, $1 per bottle. The Bradfteld Regulator Co., ATLANTA, GA. Write for our f reo Illustrated book, " Before liaby is Horn." HEALTHY The juniority of persons upon reaching middle nge nml past find their blood becomes wenfc nntl thin, nnd diseases thnt were eaallv controlled in cnrlicr life bcirhi to nflcct the constitution. Those predisposed to Scrofula, Cancer, Rheumatism, Gout and other hcrcditnry troubles may escape till then, but as they ngc the blood, so long tainted and wcikcticd by accumulated waste matters, Is no longer able to properly nourish the body, nnd it becomes an easy mark for disease. At this critical period of fife the blood must be re-enforced before It can perform its legitimate functions and rid the system of these poisons, nnd nothing so surely and effectually docs this as S. S. S. S. S. S. strengthens and enriches the blood, improves the nppctite, nnd builds up the general constitu tion. It Is not only the best blood purifier, but the nest tonic for old people. It warms the blood, tones up the nerves, removes all taint from the blood, nnd prevents the development of disease. S. S. S. Is the only purely vegetable blood medicine known. Not one particle of mercury, potash or other mineral poison can be found in it, and It may be taken for any length of time without harm. S. S. S. is the only remedy that reaches deep-seated blood troubles like Scrofula, Cancer, Rheuma tism, Kczctnn, Tetter, etc. It purifies and restores the blood to n healthy, normal any poisonous wa.stc materials to accumulate. It you linvc an Old ninnnm sore or an It never fails to make a quick and permanent cure ot tliese pests, it your system is run down and you tccl the need of a tonic, S. S. S. will strengthen and help you as it has many others to n happy, healthy old age, H. S. H. cmed Mr. II. itonleii of Snumsvlllc. V.. ltVi,mofthlrtv.nvevMr'i.t1inllnB.fltrtlieli.t In Die iirroundK country bnd fAlied. 1 H wns bro, nnu mere una ieeti no return oi me ina. Tf vrm nrr- in doubt about votir disease, give you any Information or advice wanted, for which we make no charge. Hook on Blood nnd Skin Diseases sent to any desiring it. Address Swift Specific s. s s. is the ideal tonig and blood purifier for WATCH FOR THE BIG SHOW NOirrEE Saturday, H7 .ftexxxoon. PROF. DOG AND POM The World's Best Trained Animal Exhibition C Everything New this Season 275 ARISTOCRATIC ANIMAL . . . AOTORS Sec PINTO and NERO, the smallest performing Elephants in captivity. Watch for tlic;Granl Krcc Street Parade of Mighty Magnificence at 11 o'clock a. m AN IDEAL CLIMATE Tim first wtnto tniin to eot foot on Utnh Boil, Fnthor Sllveatro Vnloz do Ksoulnnto, who roneheu tho (JHlOAT SALT LAKE on tho l3ril tiny of Sop- tombor, 177(1, wrote in his tlinry, "Hero tho elitnnto is bo (IuIIcIoub, tho air bo bnhny, thnt it !b n plonsuro to brentho by tloy nntl by night." Tlio olimnto ot Utah is ono of tlio richest, endowments of nuturo. On tho shores of tho Great Suit Jjnko oHpooinlly nntl for iifty tnlloB tuorofrom m every iiiroollon-tiiooiimnio of olimutoa is found. To onnblo tiorsoiiB to pnrtiuipnto in these buoiuu and cli imitio nttrnotions, and to roncli tho fam ous lltiAIi'II, JJATIUWU, AiM; ITjWASUUK UIOSOHTS of Utah, tho UNION PAC1FIO hnsuindoit rnto to OGDKN and SALT LAKE 01TV of ono furo for tho round trio plus 62 from Missouri river, to bo in elfoot .Juno July 7 to YJl inclusive July 18, mid Aul'. !); return limit Out. HI, 1000. Kor full mformutioii, cull on or nu ll reus ,IAS.. 11. SCANLAN, AkoiH. rto ftrt rtrt r$i rfn rfn fji f$ rji rti tin rfri rfrt r? 8 'i. we are Kept Busy Repairing shoes for people who appreciate neat, substantial work the only hind we do. If not already a custo mer we solicit your worh GEO. TEKULVE, Yellow Front Shoe Store. II' 1' 'II' 13 4 13 4f .i", FOR SAL FARM WAGONS, SPRING WAGONS TOP BUGGIES, And all kinds of Faim jVIachinepy. Standard Goods at Reasonable Priqes, LOCK 5 SALISBURY, NOUTH ILATTI3. OLD ME L oosunnic nicer mm rciuses to ncni, or nre irouim.ii wiiu dumb mm caruuncics. try o. o. o. of n case of I .?J?!!J!' phvslclnn ' . c ' Y" ' ""'!. "' seven yenrs ,,-., e s. e ,)rolllliv rf.ne,.,i ,ile ma(lc c,,,,,,,,,.,..',,, permanent cure. and will send us u Htalctncnt of vour case, OLD PEOPLE, PLATTE, June 23, GENTRY'S FAMOUS SHOW If-jiiiii l 275 James R. Kccnc and Oliver II. P. Delmont are prcdictinp; democratic success this year, Mr. Kcenc is the Wall Street bear who thrives ou commercial depression and has accummulated millions by reason of past financial distress. Mr. Delmont inherited his millions, democratic party is ter- Yes, the ribly to the millionaires. LAND OPPIOE NOTICES. NOTI0K K)lt VII1II.1U.VTION. Land Olllce nt North I'liittc, Noli., Mny ?M, 1IKII. Notice la herein- ulvett thnt the followlnu-nniiied pettier Iihh tiled notice of hi Intention to nuike nnnl proof in rupport of IiU clnlm, mid (lint mild proof will ho inmlo liefoio ltefilKter nnd Receiver it North rinlte, Nub., on July Uth, 1JW, viz: i.i;vt woi.f, who iiinde houiceti'iid entrr No. WKfl for the northweHl ipmrter of eictlon tnwii"!ilpl0 north, rniiKC ;i.l weiil. no untiiOH the oiinwinK wltin'"""" lo prove nn routliiiioiiK re-tileiicu upon und cultlvntton of until Inndi.vln II. M, 1'rlsto, Dickens, Null., .1, O. Unwcl limn, of North l'lntte, Nob; W, T. H. Connors nni) Hldney Dow, or Dlrxeim, Nob. tnlM-u. iluO. J'.. FIII.NC1I. ltCKMor, TIMIIUlt OUI.TUlli:, riSAI. l'HOOl'-NOTICE l'Olt I'imi.lOATION ljitid Olllce nt North l'lntte. Nub. June llltli. UHH). Nntlco l hereby tsiwn thnt Frederluk (leorue Iiuk llli-il notice ot Intention to innko fluid iiroof lefiire reKlxter nnd receiver nt their ofllco ill North l'lntto. Neb,, on Weilnenlny the SAtlidur of July, IIWO, on timber culture nppllcntloii No. i.,,!!., mr uio oiiinei ipinrier or n'cmm r, n. Vi, In townrhlp No. 12, mil lb rinlle No, 27 went. no nnine n hiiikmv; niiiimn lleutly, lid .Miirphy. Kdwnrd HprlnRor, Nicholas. KnnrlKht, mi oi iirnii7, ,eo J1W OKonou i:, 1'iikncii, lteulftiT NOTIOll FOlt I'tllll.UUTION. Lunil Olllce Ht Norlh l'lntte, Neb., Mnv llllli. Illlici Notice It hureby hIvuii thnt the folloMlng-unmed nettler tins tiled notice of Ida Intention to muke Ilnnl proof In Mippnrt of IiIh clnlm nnd Hint mid proof will be lundu lfnru the KecUter und lie- reier ui ioriu rmuu, Wet)., ou July 12th, J.VMUH H. ItOllllINB, who mailt) llomestend Kntry No. IflUSl for the soulhwMt iiuurter ol wctloli X, town V north, rnntjeS.lvft'H. llenmiiea the f(illuHln mIiiumw In pi inn his roiitlniioiis resilience iloii nnd ciilthntlnii of Mini mini, vui Herbert A. lloiiii, riyilo N, llenth, 1'rnnk 1 lUnbriir. und .il'llll l', 1IH1 lUMvr. nil of Wulluce Neb, inlUl! 0110. 11 I'ltbNCII, Holster. TiMiir.u cttf.Ti.Hi: HN.tr. i-noor notipi Mill I'll ill. 1UA I ION Ijind Otncn nt Nurth l'lntte, Neb, J linn niiii. mim. ' Notlcn 1 hereby Klven thnt Kiederluk Ueoriie heir nnd duUee of Juhnun (loorue ileeunaMt. liu tiled notice of Intention to mnke Ilnnl proof before ri'Hlitur nud receiver at their nlUoo In North ruiue, .vuo , on wudnewlny, tne i'lUi iiuj- of July, IWm, no Umber aultnre uppllcntlou No. 18.OT, fur the sniithunM iiunrtur ot section No. ill, In town- i-Mp .So, H north, lunueNii. !)7 c.t. HenniiiM u Htoitao, Win. neuttjr, Kd. Murphy, I'M ward npriuKvr, ,icnujiis MjwriKin, mi or nrnny, M O. Jl'.tl Utoiuii: K, rnyNiu. Ucgtitcr. sss condition, nnd makes It Impossible for T "', -eat of the disease mid our nlivsician will Co., Atlanta, Ga. NOTICK V0l rUHUOATION. . I.nuil Otllco nt North l'lnttn. Neb., ) Mny Mh. HIX). 1 Nntlco Is hereby ulvcn thnt tho follnwluu-nniiitd settlor lms nied notice of his Intention lo innkn flunl proof In support of his clnlm, nnd thnt sold nronf will bo inniiobeforo lteulster i.nd Itecolvor nt North l'lntto, Neb., on July mh, UKO, vlzt !ii:k)u:ht a. noun. who inndo llnnicstond Kntrr No. 101X1. for 11 north hnlf ot northenst nunrterinnd north hnlf of northwest iiinrter ot Section 31, Town U north, untile Kl west, lie nnmen the following witnesses to tirrvo his continuous residence upon nml cultivation ot snld Innd vlr.i J. H. ltobhlns. G. K. Ilenth. Frnnk 1. Kmuroy, J, C. TavlnHcr, nil of Wnllnco, Nebrnskn. ln'!-U OICOUUi; i:. F11KNU1I. Ueglslor. HlHMFF'H HAI.12. llr vlrtuo of nn order of snlo Issued from the district court ot Lincoln county. Nebrnskn, under n decren In nn nctlnn wherein Emily Keuishnll In plnlntll! nnd John Ueuley. et. nl. nre defendnnts, nnd to medtrected, I shall on the lHth tiny of July, UHH). nt 1 o'clock n. in.. olTor nt nubile miction nnd sell to the hluhest bidder for ensh, nt the enst ironi uoor ot ine court, nouso in XMorin i-miie Lincoln county. Nebrnskn. the following described rcnl estntn to-wlt: Tho south hnlf of tho norlhenst nunrter nnd loU one nnd two. of section two. In townhlp twolvo, north of rnno thirty-four, west hixiii principni lneruunn in i.incoin county, no benskn. Doted June II, 1W). )M TIM T. KEMltmt, BherllT. Legal Notices. I-EOAI. NOTICK. The County of Lincoln, a Cor-1 norauon, lMalntlil. vs. Wm, M. Swcnzcl, Swcn- zol, hi wife, llrxt name uti-1 known anil John Doe, true name unknown, I Defendants. J The (lefenilantM. Win. K. Swetr.el. Swunzel, his wife, llrst name unknown, and John Doe, true name unknown, will take notice that on the 3lsl day of May, 1CHW, the piaintiiT, rne uouuty oi i.incoin. a corpora tion, tiled Us petition In the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the object anil prayer of which Is to foreclose certain tax Ileus, duly ahwesned by oatd plalntln against south J half of the southwest quarter and the south half of the southeast nuarter of Hcctlon thlrtv-llvc. In town Mliln nine, ranire thirty, west of the Sixth principal meridian. Nebraska, for the year 1KJ.' ;in the sum of elRht dollars ami seventy-nine cents; lor tne year iwu in tne Mum ot thirteen dollars and ttlxtv centn: for the year is7 in the sum ot eight dollars and lorty cents; ror tne year iw in tne nuin oi eight dollars and twentv cents: amounting in the total sum of forty-nine dollars anil eighty-nine cents, with Interest at the rate ol ten per cent per annum from the lirst day oi iMay.wuu. an ot wincit is nue ami unpaid. l'laiiuin iirava a decree oi iorecio.nure o said tax liens and a xale of said premises. You and each ol vou defendants, arc re- uircd to answer said petition on or uctore Monday, the 23d dav of July, 1900. A Corporation, JIM lly H. S. Illdgley, itu attorney. liKOAIi NOTICK. The Colin ty of Lincoln, a Cor poration, Plalntllt, VI. I.ulu 11. Hawkins. Carroll C. Hawkins her husband, U, V. Tulleys, Trustee. !lrnt name uiiKnowu, Aiicio-Arnerican Mlg andTruHtUo.,AU'oweii, Trustee, and John Uoc, true name unknown, DcfenilaiitM. The defendants I.ulu II. Hawkins. Carroll C. Hawkins, her husband. I., W. Tul levs. Trustee. first name unknown AiiRio-Ainerican mir. ami irusi uo., ai I'owell, Trustee, and John Doe. true name unknown, will take notice mat ou the Mh day of June, luoo, the plaintiff. The County of Lincoln, a corporation, men its pe tltlon In the district court of Lincoln conn ty, Nebraska, the object and prayur of which Is to foreclose certain tax 1 enn, duly as sessed by said plaliitlR, acalnst the North wchl nuaricr or necnon i iveiuv-iureo, i Township Nine, Hauce Thirty west of th Sixth nrlnclnal meridian. Nebraska, for th year lr0:i In the sum of seventeen dollars and one cent; for the vcar ittM in the sum of ten dollars and seventv-two cents, for the year invn in mc sum oi eleven uouars aim ilf tv-nlno cents: for the vcar 1MM1 In the sum ot of hftceii dollars and thirteen cunts, for the year IW In the nuin of twcnt--one uoi lars anil seveniy-Heven ceuis: mr inu vu.u istm In the sum of elehtcen dollars and llftv three cents, amountlnc In the total sum of ninety-four dollars and seventy-live cents with Iiili-ri-st .it Ihn rnte ot ton tier cent net annum from the lirst day of May, JMK), allot which is due .inn uupaui. l'lalntiiTi prays a decree of foreclosure of said tax liens, and a sale of said prem Ises. You and each of you defendants are re required to answer said petition on or be tore me tniriiein nay oi .nay, nw. i;aien .nine in, u"i. TUK COUNTY 01 LINCOLN. A Corporation, JIM lly II, S, ltldKley. Its Attorney LKOAL NOTICK. The County of Lincoln, a Cor poration, lUalntirt. vs. Catherine May Tompkins, U. w . navis, ursi name mi known, John 1). K'lley, and John Doe. true name un known, llef.'ntl.mts. The ili'fcuil.-mtK. Catherine Mav Tomiiklll II. V Davis tlrst name unknown. John I Itlluy. ,uid John Doe. true name unknown will take notice thalon theMh Hay ot June iw). the iilalntlrr. Thu Couutv (it Lincoln. i-iirnoratloii. tllud Its oetltlon In the illstric court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the oh leit ami prayer of which Is to loreclose ccr l.Un tax liens, ilulv assessed bv h.tld Plallltl .iK.tlnst the west half of the Northeast itiar ter and tho northeast nuarter of the North west iiiarter ol section nveniy-iwo, i Townnhlii Nine. Iluutft' Thirty West i th sixth prluclpal uiei Idian, Nebraska, for tli vear isin In tlio sum ol c i;ht dollars and foi cents: lor the year IMfi tn the sum ol elirh dollars ami e lirlitren centn. lor the vear 1KK1 the sum of eleven dollars and Mxtv-nln cents tor the year lW In thu huih of nlnr teen dollars and twelve rnis; for the yoar INii In the sum of twelve dollars and lltty- six cents: amounting in tnu total sum ot seventy-seven dollars and seven cents, with interest at the rate of ten per cent from the ursi nay oi May, ivou, an oi wiucn is uue ami unpaid. 1'lain laintltT nravs a ilivree of ' foreclosure ot said tux loin, and a snlu of said premises. You anil uach. of you defendants are ru quired to answer said petition on or before Monday, ihorntli dav nt July, iinmi. THE COUNTY OK LINCOLN. ' " ' 1 A Onrpm-.lt ion, J1UI Uy U. b, Hldgley. Its Attorney. LKGAL NOTICE. JMgnr K. Howe nml Nancy 3. Howe, defendant will tnke nntlco (lint on thn nth day ot June, Mud, W lLCnrunhna, plntntlfT heroin hied hi Petition In Iho district court of Mncoln county, Nebraska, against sniu ooicnuam. impleaded nun ino jic Klnlpy I.aunlnR .Loan It Tril-t Co., tlio object nnd rntnr of which is to foreclose n certain inortKsce executed by said defendants to the McKlnloy- l-nunlu I,onn k Trnst Co., upon Uio Northeast qtinrtor of section 1, In towiiflilp , north of mnno 'M, nnd the outtu-nl 'iiinrtor ot rcctlon 27, i lonnriiip it), norm or rnngo ai. wohi oi me th nrlnrlnnl incrlcllnn In Lincoln conntr. Nr. htMia, to focuro I tio pnjMicntof a certain coupon potm nun coupon nmed nnpivtnoer -i, iciul, ror tho nrlnclrnl mim of tlUMKI nml len couponx of 1I.iO cnrli, nil of which wero duo nnd pnynbto AiiK"t I, lvj, nnd there In now duo upon enld bond, coupons nnd niortHnRO tho xum or KW.I, with lntrct from Juno I. ltKXI. Hint the itioiipyh duo upon Mid bond, coupon nn.l tnortKnue be Iodk to plnlntlfl nnd plnlotliT prnyn for n ilccrcn reipilrlim theilnfcndnnta to pny llio nmount found duo, or Hint wild romloa limy bo fold to nntlnfy me snino. You will nlin tnko liollco Hint the McKlnlor- nnnlnu J.onn h Tmrt Co.. nt llio xniiin tliim nnd Inco, llld lis croM-potltlon In inld cnuoo nunlii'.l you, tho olijcct nnd prnyer of which nro to fore clooo n Cf rtnln niortKngo oiccuted by you to rnld croKo.pelltlouur upon enld preinlfcn to eccuro the pnymcnt or ion promissory notci, intol Hvptnni. er'ji, imn, inr iiioeum or m.flii enen, nil of paid tidies belnK lmynblo on or before the 1st dnr of August, l-'.'J. thnt there Is how due Upon enld noloa nnd inorlKitfu tbu sum of fill.'C, for which sum with Interest, enld cross-petitioner prnytifor n iiecroo luuiiuiid ueiennnni uu required lo pny the mime, or thnt enld promises luny bo sold til enllsfy the nmount found duo. Von nre required to nnswer enld petition nnd cross-petition ou or before the 'JM dny of .Inly, MUX). w. ii. iTAiiriAiiAr., 1'inir.iiii, nna Till! McKINT.KY-IjANNINO, LOAN k Tltt'ST CO., Cross-petllloner. lit T. O. I'ATTEnsoM, Atllorney. LECIAI. NOTICE. Alfred W Davenport. Umillln Pnvcnnort. Iesle A. O'llrien nnd Patrick O'llrlen. dofeiul- nnts. will (nke nntlco Hint on tho All) day of June, KM), Tho MoKlnley K i,nnnin i.onn nnd Trust (lompnny, plnlntlfl herein fllol lis petition In the district court of Lincoln county, Nebrnskn. the object nud pmyer ot which nre to foreclose two certain raortRHKOs oiccuto.il by Alfred W. Unvenport nud I.outltln Dnvenport to tho plnlulllT upon the following described rent cstnte: Thn southwest ipinrter of section 2D, In town.lilp 111 north of rnngo 28 west, In Lincoln county. Neb, One of which wns kIvcu tn secure the pnyinont of n bond for tho principal sum of iV),U0 with ten Interest coupons nttnehed thereto for tho sum of J7.M) ench tlio other wns given to secure the pny inent of ten notes of fS.W ench, Hnld nolee nud mortgage- wero mndo nnd delivered on tho 10th tny ot Auirus.. 1bu, nnn wore iayntiin nn or be fore the 1st dny of September. 1MI7. Thnt there is now due upon suld Ixind. coupons, notes nnd morlunt'es uio sum of tl.'ilt.W). with Interest nt len per cent from tho 1st dny of June, UHKJ 1'lnlntlir prnys forn decree thnt defendnnts bo required to pny tho snine, or Hint snld prcmlsos. mny be sold to sntlsfy the nmount fnuud due. You nre roumreil to nnswer tmlu petition on or boforo the lUUi dny of July, UKO, nnten nt Norm rinlle, nebrnskn, .nine n, 11KXI. TlIK MrKtNLKT.LANNINn IAN ii TUUHT UoM l'AKT, rlnliittlT, 151 lly T. O. Pnttcrson, Its Attorney. LEGAL NOTIOi:. Tho County of I.tncoln, a Cor- porulion, I'lnlnlllT, vs. Annn W, llnnklus, Jnna WnlMn, ) M'liniMiii i,oan anil Trust uimi puny, a corporation, nud John Doe, true inline unknown, Defendant. I Tlio defendants Anun W. Hnwklus. Jnuo Wnt. kins, Nebrnskn Loan nnd Trust Company, n cor poration, nnd John Doo, true name unknown, will take notice thnt on tho ,1th dny of June, ltHKI, the plnlntlfl, the County ot Lincoln, n corporation, Sled Its petition In the district court of Lincoln county, Nebrnskn, tho object und prnyor ot which Is to foreclose cerlnln tax lions, duly nssosseil by snld plaintiff SKiilust the north hnlf of the north- oast nunrter, nun norm unit oi uio northwest marter of section tlilrtv-tlve. In tnwntliln nine. rnno thirty, west of thn Sixth principal irerldlnn. Nebrasxn, lor uio year iwi in tne sum oi tiim dollars nnd seventy cents; for Iho year 1MI5 In tho sum of ton dollars and forty-nlue cents; for the yenr 16SHI In the sum of thirteen dollars nnd sixty conts: for the yenr 1 H'J7 In Iho sum of elf;lit dollnrs nud forty-nine conts; for tho year 18US In Iho sum et six dollars nnd fifty-six cents; amounting In thn totnl sum of sixty-four dollars nnd sixty three conts; with Interest nt the rato of tea percent from tho 1st ilay of May, linio, nil or wiurh is duo anil unpaid, rlntntlft prnys n docreo of foreclomro of snld tax lien nnd n ride ot snld premises. you nun enrn or you iieronunuts, nro required to answer said petition on or before Monday tho 30th day of July, 1000. TUB COUNTY Ulr MliUUL.;, A Corporation. J101 lly II. H. HhlKleyi Its Attorney. LKOAL NOTIOK. Tho County ot Lincoln, A Cor-") purntluu, Plnlntlfl, vs. John Cnrvor, -- Cnrvor, his I his wire, lirst name unknown, Uurnbam, Tully Is Co., PolfK I O. Vary, Vnry, his wlfo, her first namo unknown, and John Doe, true name unknown Defondnuls. Tho defendants John Carver, Cnrvor his wlfo, lirst nnmo unknown, llurnhnin, Tulley k Co., I'oIck O, Vnry, Vary his wife, lirst namo unknown, and John Doo, true name un known, will tnko notice thnt nu the Slst day of Mny. 1WU. tho pinintiir, tiio county of Lincoln, n corporation, tiled Its petition In tho District Court of Lincoln county, Nobrnekn, tho object nnd prnyer of which Is to foreclose certain tax Hens, duly nssossod by raid plnlutlfl, nxnlust the Southeast quarter of Section 31, In Township V, Itnnh'o no west oi uiu nixiu principal inoriiunn, Nebraska, for the )0iirlsil3 In tho sum ot eloven dollars nud seveuty-slx cents,1 for llio year 1811 1 In tho sum of elKlit dollars and eighty-seven cents; for Iho your lbXi In tho sum of nine dollars nnd eighty-live cents; for tho your 1WH1 In tho sum of twelve dollnrs nnd olKhty-olRht cents; for tho yenr IS',17 In Iho sum ot nliiu dollars nnd ninety flvo conts; for the year 18'.W In the sum of olKht dollars nnd llfty-slx cents; aininiutlUK In the totnl sum of elKhty-llvo dollnrs nnd nluoteeu oents ($H."(.10); with lutorest nt the rate of ten per cont per annum from thu 1st dny of Mny, 11HKI, nil ot which Is duo anil unpaid. 1'lalntllT prays a decroo of foreclosure of said tax lion and u snlu of snld premises. You nud ench of you defnnihuits nro required to answer suld putltlim ou or boforo Monday, tlio 21d dny of July, ll). Till! COUNTY OK LINCOLN, A Corporation, JIM lly II, H. ltldKley, Its Attorney. LKOAL NOTICK. Tlio County of porulion, Lincoln, n Cor- I'lnintirr, vs. Nnrcl"n II. Hawkins, VlllIam O, Hnwklus, her husbnnil, Al, l'owoll, Inn-tee nnd John Doe, true iinino unknown, Defendants. Tho dofendnnts Nurclsn II. HawkiiiH, William O. Hawkins her husband, Al I'owell, truetoo and John Doo, true unmo unknown, will take notice thnt on the Mh dny of Juno, 11KMI, Iho plnlntilT, The County of Lincoln, ii corporation, llli'd Its 'Ullou In llio district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, llio ob ject nud prayer of which Is to foreclose cerlnln tax liens, duly assessed by said plaintiff iqnlust the Kouthcnit quarter of ectlou four, township nlue, rniiRe thirty, west of the Slxlli principal nierldlnn, Nebrnskn, for tho yenr Ism In the sum ntdoten dollnrs und sovonty-eljihi renlsi for tl.o year 1M") tn tho sum of thirteen dollars nnd forty iilnu cents, for the yenr 1MI7 in the sum of hicii. teeiidollnin imil soveuty cents, for Uio year JM'.M In tho sum of hounton dollars and forty cents; amounts In tho total sum of seeuty-t)ve dollnrs nud thirly-mio wints, with Interest nt tho rntiirt ten per cent from the tlrst iluy of Mnv, ItHK), till of which l due nnd tiiiUld. l'luliitllf plays ii decree of foreclomro of said tax lieu und n snlo of said premises. You nti.I each of yon defendants, are required to nnvor suld pellllou on or before Slouduy. tho 3Ulhdnyof Jidy0 " Till; COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation, JU'I lly H. S. ItlilKloy.ltsAllornev. NOTIOK or H M.K. Nollco Is hereby Riven Unit In pnrsnnnco of nu onler or 11. M, dilutes, jiuIko of iho district court of Uncnln comity, nmde on the Mth dny of Mny, 1W0. for tho snlo of tho real estate hereinafter de scribed there will bo sold nt tho east frontdoor of the court homo of said county. In tho city of Norlh l'lntto, ou thnM dny of Juno, 11HX), nt oua o'clock, p. m. nt public vendue tn Uio hlnhest bidder for cnh, tlio followlmr described real es Into: The southwest iinriec of northeast quarter, the northwest quuitcr ot llio southeast quarter. Hie iiorlhenst iiuurter of the nud Iho oiilheut quarter of northwest quarter. , ot sectlnfi 18. In tovinhti 13 north of ranue SI west. In LIuoolii county, Nebraska. Huld snlo ) Villi 1 1 rt'liillir. rtiiMii iniuliiihr 1 . North l'liilty, Neb., June 1st, 1!. ,k ninxKH iuiciianAn. Administrator of tho entato of Johu 11, at, Murla deccuted, ji ...j., T 4.