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FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1900.
1HA L BARE, Editok and FnorniicTOtt HUUBOIlirTION RATKB. Ons Year, cnshln advance 11.25 Bit Monthi, cash In advance ......75 Cent' nteradntlhNnrthrilt(Nbraik)poitoflloai tcond-claasinatttr. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. For Prosidonl. WILLI AN McKINLEY. For VlcoPresidont, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. STATE. For Oovornor, CHARLES H. DIETRICH. For Liontoniint Oovornor, E. P. SAVAGE, For Soorotnry of Stnto, GEORGE W. MARSH. For Treasurer, f WILLIAM STEUFFER. For Auditor, CHARLES WESTON, i For Attornoy Gonornl, FRANK N. PROUT. i For Lnnil Commiflionor, ! FRED D. FOLMER. For Sunt, of Public Instruction, W. K. FOWLER, Presidential Eloetors. JOHN P. NE3MTT, R. 15. WINDHAM, EDWARD ROYSE, L. W. HAGUE, S. P. DAVII -iON. JACOH L. JAtOHSON, JOHN L. KENNEDY, JOSEPH L. LANOER. For Congress, Sixth District, MOSES P. KINK A ID. COUNTY. For County Attornoy. H. S. RIDGLEY. America will extend .1 hearty welcome to the ten thousand Boers who are said to be preparing to migrate to this country. The Boers arc frugal and thrifty and placed on western farms would make a most desirable class of citi zens. Tub Kansas City Star thinkB that the incident of the Chicago man whose life was saved by a silver dollar in his waistcoat pocket which stopped the passage of a random bullet, will be freely ex ploited in tuc Bryan campaign. Just at present perfect harmony does not exist in the fusion ranks in North Platte. Nearlv cverv dav "ultimatums'' arc issued followed by "conferences" of the leading spirits. On one 6idc it appears to be a game of gag and on the other a game ol mutt. Duitai.0 Bill, though a.hfc-long democrat, announces his intention of supporting McKinlev and Roobc vclt. Colonel Cody is one of those sensible democrats who admitB that his country is enjoying an unusual degree of prosperity, and don't propose to vote away the conditions which now exist. Tin; prospects for the success oi the republican state ticket, and particularly the election of the nomi nee for governor, are very bright. Good reports come from all parts of tuc state and everywhere hopeful signs are in evidence. The ticket presented by the republicans 5b a very strong one, and deserves to be elected. Auditor Cornell has heard from the "back woods" and has re considered his decision to exclude , all Illinois fraternal insurance com ' panics from doing business in Ne braska. There are forty thousand Modern Woodmen alone in this state, and when the auditor heard from these, which he did in no un certain tones, he at once concluded to withdraw the order he had promulgated, It ih said that the middle-of-the- road populist state convention which convenes at Grand Island today will be attended by five hundred delegates and almost as many spectators from different sec tions ol the state. If this proves iruc 11 is evidence that the mid. roauers possess much more strength than have been credited to them. It bIiowb that there is a large clement of voters in the fus ion rankB that further refuse to listen to the dictations of supreme dictator uryan. TlIK allied forces, after hnvlmr been repulsed on Friday, renewed iuc uguiing 111 ironi 01 'l ien T&in Saturday, drove the Chinese Irom their gmiH and arc now in posses bIoii of the citv. The total Innknu of the allies were 800, the American casualties beinjr somewhat below 200. A temporary halt to await reinforcement will probably be made and then "on to Pckiu" will be the cry, There will be no ouch tion about the results when a well equipped international army takes . If, .1.1 ,... m.t 1 - wo cano date 111 iseuriihkii is . a... . ... more disturbed at present than our irieuci William Seville, who it, very anxious to be re-elected to conirrcss. And William has reason to be wrought up to a high degree of anxiety, In this district there are many mid-road populists who are not in good humor politically, and without their votes Mr. Neville cannot hope to be elected. That lie realizes the importance of securing the support of the mid roadcrs is evidenced by bin remarks at the late iusioii conventions at Lincoln wherein he said: "We cannot hope to carry the legisla ture and tuc state ticket, it we alienate the great body of pops up our way, wlio arc headed lor the middlc-of-tlic-rortu. They are not lcased with what happened at Kansas City. It will not do, cither. to say that these men arc republi cans, masquerading as populists. They are earnest, sincere men whose voteH wc muBt win. ' And Mr. Neville might have asked "how shall wc win them?" What have the fusionists done that merits the support of the populists who are populists irom principle and not for the sake of securing office? What has Mr. Neville tlone to en title him to the support of that class.of voters? There reasons for Neville's perturbed state of mind; he knows the conditions, he is fear ful of the result. Some Domocratio Opinions. E. Ellcry Anderson No man who values his honor or that of his country could think for a moment of submitting to the cranks who call themselves democrats. Ex-Governor lloadlev of Ohio I am a democrat, but where two such men as McKinlcy and Bryan stand opposed as candidates for the high est office in the land, I think my duty to my country is plain. I will vote ior iviclviiilcy. William J. Curtis, member ol the national democratic committee- Platform 'adopted and the candi dates nominated at Kansas City show that the democratic part)' under its present management no longer presents any attractions to the men who have always believed in sound democratic principles. J. II. Ecklcs, ex-comptroller of the currency I do not accept republi can doctrines as against pure dem ocratic ones rightly interpreted and incorporated into the administra tion of public atlairs. But as be tween republicanism and populism filtered through the channel ot Bryanism I prefer republicanism. Chicago weather forecast for North Platte and vicinity: Fair tonight and Saturday, warmer. A letter from Pocatello, Idaho, announcing that Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moran, formerly of this city, are the parents of a fine baby boy. P. W. Sitton returned this morn ing from Stout, Colo., where he went to look after the shipment of stone for the new school builniug. He BayH the quarry lias been rushed with orders, but that the remain ing cars of Btone will be here the middle of next week. The con tractor will begin laying brick Monday on the stone which have already been placed in the foun dation. Claude Weingand and Fred Ginn returned last night from Omaha. While in that city they met a nuni- bct of business men at the commer cial club rooms and extended them invitations to attend the North Platte Street Fair. This they promised to do, and thought that Omaha would send two carloads of people. The boys also met Frank Adams, of Lexington, who is very enthusiastic over our Street Fair and is working up an interest in Ills town. Mr. Adams says Lexing ton would like to have the closinir day of the fair, and if it is grautcl them they will insure a big time. Some Reasons Why You Should Insist on Having EUREKA HARNESS OIL Uncqwaled by any other. Renders hard leather soft. Especially prepared. Keeps out water. A heavy bodied oil. Harness An excellent preservative. 8 educes cost of your harness, ever burns the .leather ; its , Efficiency is increased. fecurcs best service, titches kept from breuking. Oil Is sold in nil Localities Manufncuredby Slnmlurd OH Caiiiinny, HUMPHREYS' VETERINARY SPECIFICS &,ilBull5,PTr,.,,0AT-,Mn,v- ctj'uEaW(ltSfS. Hot, Grub. tVu mV,VfeJr';,.!diV.I"nMrr"' nmM i'i'i'i" ,,,,c,'uU Mlrit'AHMACJi:. " kmI HII),KY A lll.AIIDIUl DIMiltllKllK. ll!A!i!!J!!:yj,n,, NERVOUS DEBILITY, w ii ,vii..i;ss nnd Ppnotsntln., r " - ..v.w.i iivill UVUI1" work or othor onuses. n o.,p. royB "omoopnthlo Spoolflo ..... IMIIWklj', $0?deLT,,l,ul!,"el',l pckaee wh Powder.for $4 uiBrumiit'iiKii, ro,, tif.viiuw :,u u., Logo! Notices. Resolutions Adopted by City Council. llesolutlnn of llio council oflho city of North l'lntte, Nebraska, granting to tho North I'lalle Street Fair tho exclusive use ot nil streets nnt! alloy ot said city, that are bounded on tho north by tho south hntt of Front street, on the west by the ent holt of Lncnst street, on tho south by the north hntf on Third street, on the enst by tho wet half of l'lnn street, Incloshe from the fourth liny of September, llini), At II o'clock, n, in., to tho eighth day of September, HWO, at 12o'Clock, mid nlKht, nod providing during mid period no li censes for hawkers, peddlors, pawnbroker, keepers of ordinaries, theatricals nnd oilier ex hibitions, shows nnd other amusements rhnll be granted by the city lie It resolved by the Mnyor nnd City Council of the city of North l'lntte, Nebraska, Suction 1. That from tho fourth day of Sep tember, 11HXJ. nt a o'clock n. in , until tho fth dny of September nt 12 o'clock, midnight, In tho terri tory bounded n follow: On the north by the sou tli hntf ot Front street, on the went by tho east bnlf of Iicnst itreet, on the noulh by the uorth hnlf of Third rtreet, nn the Moat by the went hnlf of 1'lne rtreet, Inclusive all streets nnd alley of said city, within raid boundaries, nro hereby declared vacated, oicept between the hours of 4 o'clock, n. m. nnd fl o'clock, a. in. of rach d.iy, Hr.c, i. That during tho raid period the raid portion of raid rtreet" nnd tho exclusive right to the use of the rnme la Krnnted to the North l'lntte Street Fair, Sue. 3. That during tbo raid period mentioned nml for wild period no llcenro rhall be granted by raid city for any hawker, peddler, keeper of any ordinary, or any theatrical, or other rhow, ex hibition, or ninuomont. Approved thlr 17th day nt .Inly 1P00. II. ri. Wiiitk, Mayor. Attests (Inrr.LtT Uuxiir, Clerk. ORDINANCE No.-. An ordinance levying nn occupation lax nn nil transient restnurnnts. ordinaries, fruit, candy, lemonade, or confectionery stnntls, cann rackr, knlfo racks, or any llko or similar games, rhootlng gallery, merry-go-round, swings, or other like or similar nmusonients, threatrlcnla or other shows of any description whatever, danco hall or parti tion, and repealing nny part of nny ordinance In conflict herewith. lie It ordnlned by Ilia Mnyor nnd Council of tho City of North l'lntte, Nebraska! Hkotiox I, That there Is hereby levied on tho occupation nnd business mentioned below nn occupation tax n follow: Fruit, letnonado, confectionary oi other stands for tho snlo ot any articles ot good, picture. Jowelry or any article whatever, fi'i.00 per day, liestnurnnts or ordinary, m,w per nny. One or knlfo rnck, or nny similar or llko de vice, t2!MX) per dny. Shooting gallery, (2-VOO per day. MerrygoToiinil, swings, or any similar enter tainment or aruuremant, fl()0,00 per day. Show, theatrical, musical, museum, or of curiosities or nny eutortnlmnent of rach character f MUX) per day. Dance pavllllon or hall, $100.00 par day, Miction II , That raid tax shall bo nnd boenmo due at tho date tills, ordinance take offect, which shall be at II o'clock, n, m, nn tho Ith day of Sep tember, 1W0, on any such business started In operation nn that dny or between the sntd lh nnd tho Hit day of September, 11KX), both Inclusive. Section III, Any person who rhnll conduct nny such business either n ownor or employee, during raid period without first paying mid occu pation tnx, rhnll bo deemed guilty of a misde meanor nnd on conviction thereof fined In nny rum not mora thnn One Hundred Dollnra for each day and stand committed to the county jail until such lino and cost be pnld. Suction IV. Any perron authorized by the city council or mnyor may proceed to collect raid occupation tax by suit In nny court ot competent jurisdiction. SKotion V. The city treasurer I nuthnrlzed to collect any such occupation tnx by distress on the property of nny perron llnble therefore. Section VI, Any pnrt of nny nrdtnnnco In con flict herewith, I hereby repealed, Approved July l'th, 1MKJ. II, H. Wiiitk, Mnyor Attest: Orkklkt IiUnpy, City Clerk, LEGAL NOTICK, Samuel Welch, defendant, will take notice that on the 30th. day of June, MX), Harriet js. wcicn. piainim nerem. men ncr petition In the district court of Lincoln county, iNi-iirasKa. uie onject ana prayer oi wnicu are to obtain a decree of divorce from vou on the grounds of you having wilfully abandoned plaintiff for more than two years prior to tiling of the said petition. You arc required to answer said ictltlon on or oe lure ine i.nn nay oi August, iisiu. j.n iiAiiitiKT r.. wk.i.uii, riainiin. LUOAIj NOTICK. Tlio defendnnts Nntlonal Insurance Comnnuv. Aniiust Ulsltnn, DIsknH bis wife, first patne unknown, I.ewr K. Darrnw, A. It. Orusea, first nune uiiktiiiwu nnd wnlin Doe. true nnine un known, will tnko notice tlint on the 2nd dny of July. tho ntnliitlff. Tlio County of Lincoln. n eorpornllon. filed lis petition In Hie District Court or Lincoln county, Nebraikn, tne object mid prnyer of which Is to foreclose cortnln tnx liens, duly assessed by snld plaintiff, nunlnst tlio north bnlf of the southwest quarter nnd the east hnlf of southeast qunrter ot Hectlou -2. In Township 10, llnnqo :10 west ot tlm Rlith principal meridlnn. Nebraska, for tho year 18M In tlio sum of if 10 27; for tho yenrlSDI In tho sum of tt.Sli for tne yenr K'.o in inn sum ot f tu.si; ior tlio yeur 1H11 in tlio sum ot $13.10; for the yenr IW7 In tho sum of (d.llll for the year 181H In the sum of fl.tllj ninoununK in mo mini miin oi ijij; un ln torost nt tho rata of ten per ceut per annum from tlio 1st dny of May, mm, all of which Is due nnd unpnin. l'lnintin prnys a ilocree of foreclosure of snld tnx lien nnd n snlo of snld premises. lou and each of you defniidnntn nru required n nnswer snld petition on or boforo Monday, tbo u nny oi nepieiiiorr, iwi. Datedjuly III, Itiotl. THK COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A CorKirnllon. J1201 lly II, 8. lll.lgloy, Its Attorney I.KOAf. NOTIOK. TIic defendants Olive T. Webster. Webster her husband, llrst name unknown and John Doe, true name unknown will lane nonce inai on ine .'nn day of July IW. the plaintiff. The County of Uncoln. a coriHiratlon. Hied Its ietltlon In the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the ob ject and prayer of which Is to foreclose cer tain tax liens, duly assessed by said plalntlrf azatust.the southwest nunrtir nf u.rti,. it, In township l, north of raiiKe!.'1, west of the Sixth principal meridian. Nebraska, fur tlm year IW In ttie sum ofUMi for the vear iwhi nune sum oi ti mi i ior me year iKi. in the sum oi fiu hw; ior me year isws in the sum ot f. si, amounting in tne total sum of tU'.M wiin inicrest at ine rate ol ten jier rent per annum irom tne nrst nay of May, IWki, an oi which is iiuc ami unna . l'lalntlff prays a decree of foreclosure oi sain tax letn, ami a sale or said prem men You and each of vou defendants nr., r, (lulreil to answer said petition on or before jinuiiay, ine .in nay oi September, who. Uated July Is. imki, TIIK COUNTV OP LINCOLN, A Corporation, JU0I lly H. H ItldKley, Its Attorney Legal Notice, Tho defomlnnlH Nubrueka tionn ami Trunt Company nnd Thomas Crozior will tn k o nalii'o tlint on tho 18th day of Juno, 11)00, tho plaintiff, tho County of Lincoln, a corporation, tiltnl its potttiun iu tho district court of Lincoln couutv. Ntibraslca, tho object anil prayer of which is to forvcloso cortaln tax lioiiB duly uwcKHc-d by said plaintltr ittfuitiHt tho south half of tho Northwest iiuir tor and tho oast hnlf of tho Southwest quarter ot Section 20, in Township 9 uorth, Kuuuo'JT west of tdxtli principal uit'ridlitn, ol)lHk(l. for thoyoar 18'Jl in tho sum of SII.JW, forthoynar lSD.'i in tho sum of i:i.8.", for tho year 18!X iu tho huh) of 11,57, for tho your 18'J7 in the sum of Kl.fiH and for tho year 1811: in tho sum of 11,(1.", (inioiintiiitf in tho to tal sum or with inlorcst nt tlio rati) of ten per cent per annum from tho tlrst day of May, 11HX), all of whloh 1 ti unit iiilnniil. l'luliitiir prays a deoreo of foroolosuro ot said tax lion and it snlo of said prem ises. Vou and onoh of you defecdnnte nro rriiuirod to niiBwor said petition on or boforo Mondii), the 20th dny ot Au Ktist, 1000. THK COUNTV OF LINCOLN. A Cornornllon. jllOl Hy II. S, Hidsoly, Its Atty I.KOAL NOTlCi:. The defendant John K. Knowles. Know1 his wife, first namo unknown. It. A Simpson, trustee, first name name unknown, 1'. II, Onvln, first nmno unknown. Onvln, hi wife, first namo unknown, and the State Dank of Wallace, n corporation, will take notice that nn tho lid (lay of April, 1I"X), tho plaintiff rho County of Lincoln, n corporation, filed It petition In tho district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, tho object nnd prnyer of which 1 to foreclose certain tax liens, duly nrsosscd by raid plaintiff ngnlnst tho north enst iiinrter of southwest qnnrtor, south half of southwest quarter nnd northwest qunrter of southeast iunrter of section six, In township twelve, north of rnngo thirty-three, west of Sixth irincipni meridian, Keurnskn, tor ino ynr imm n the rum of nineteen dollars nnd thirty-two cents) for tho yenr 18111 In tho sum ot fifteen dol lars nnu mneiy-inreo cent! tor tno year inn in uio sum of ten dollar nud rlxty-nno cents; for tho year 1KHJ In the rum of eleven dollar ami nlnetr-elaht cent) for the year 16117 In the sum ot eight dollar nnd ninety-seven cent; for tho year 1W1 In the sum of eight dollars nnd forty-nlno cents; amount ing In the total rum of eighty-seven dollar and twenty-eight cant; with Interest nt the rate ot ton per cent per annum from tho 1st dny of April, won, nil or wlilcli is due nnd unpaid, I'lnlntlit tirnv n decree of foreclosure of said tnx linn nnd n rnio of snld premise. iuu ami eacn or you iieiennant. nro required to liswer raid Petition on or before Mondav. the lit li Iny of August, IW0. Dated Juno aim, lixxi. TIIK COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation. Jl'CI lly II, 8. Itldgley, its Attorney. LKUAL NOTICK. The defendants Callnta M. Oudlev. Dudley her liunbatiil, iirnt name unknown. iVtlda M, ColllliH, aaalgncc. .Smith llnw. Loan md Trunt Coinnanv and .lohh Una. true name unknown, will take notice that on the aitu. day of June. 1WW. the lilaltitlff. The County of Lincoln :i corporation, tiled Its Its petition In the district court of Lincoln county. Nebranka. tiro object and prayer of which Ih to foreclose certain tax IIciim, duly annexed liy said plalntlil agalnta the north west quarter of section I, In township i;i, north of range. SI, west of Sixth principal meridian, Nebraska, for the year Iu3 in the Hum of RU'.W: for the year irai In the sum of tll.M: for the vt-ar iHtt In the sum of VIM, for the year lKHilti the sum ottll.M), tor me year isw. in ine sum oi tll.nn: for the ear 1MI8 In the sum of tH.HI: .-imouiittrii; In heltotal sum of JIC'.TO: with Interest nt ttie rate ol ten tier cent per annum from the tlrst day of Muv. IWl. all of which Is iliu- :tml unpaid, l'lalntlff prays a decree of foreclosure of said tax Hen and a sale of said premises. You and each of you defendants are re quired to answer said petition on or before iuoimar, .uin nay oi August, mm. THK COUNTY OF LINCOLN. A Corporation. JII3I lly H. S. Itldgley, Its Attorney. LKUAL NOTICK. The defendants Catherine 12. Wlvlll. Wlvlll her husband, llrst name unknown, will take notice that on the atli dav of June, Hhju, the plalntirr, The County of Lincoln, a cor. poralton. tiled Its petition In the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the object and irayer oi wiiicn is to foreclose certain tax lens, duly assessed hv said nlalntlrr against the northeast quarter section 21, In town ship 13, north ot range 33, went of the Sixth principal meridian, Nebraska, for the year iMi3 in the sum of til.tu. for theycar Ifuiln the sum of iMaott. ior the vear lHn In the sum of U.7I, for the year IMK) In the sum of tll.01, tor; the year 1H87 In the sum ol iflii.il; for the renr if in ine sum ot amounting In he total HUin of iWI.I I; with Interest nt tbo rate of ten tier centper annum from the tlrstday of Slay, IW.ni. all of which Is due and unpaid. 1'laintlrr prays a decree of foreclosure of said tax Hens and a sale of said prem ises. You and each of you defendants, are re quired to answer said petition on or betore Monday, the 'JOth day ot August, 1U00. Dated July II. loot), THK COUNTY OP LINCOLN. , A CoriKiratlon, J-134 lly II. S. Itldgley. Its attorney. Iiogal Notice Tho defendants. Lowis II. Irolnnd. iroinnu, tus wno, urst namo unknown, Ti ll , I . . ' Atinio i! . uoyo nnu John Doe, true nnmo unknown, will tnko notico tlint on tho 18th day of Juno, 1000, tho plnintiff, ino uounty oi ijincoln. it corporation, tiled its petition in tho district court ot Lincoln county. Nebraska, tho objoct ami prnyor or wntcli is to mrooloso cor tnln tax lions duly as.'essod by said plaintiff against tlio west half ot tho southwest quarter of Section HI, in Township 0 north, of Itiniro 27 west of tho bixtli principal meridian, Nobrnskn, for tho year 1803 in tho sum of 83.00, for tho yoar 1891 in tho sum of 0.80, for tho yonr 1895 in tho sum of 0,01, in the yenr 1800 in tho sum ot 7.81, for tho yenr 1897 in tho sum of 9 87, for tho vear lB'Js in tlio bum of 1.81, nmouniiug in the total sum of 57.09. with intorost nt tho rate of ton por cent por annum from tno ursi tiny or .May, iuuo, all of which is uuo nnti unpaid. Plaintiff prays a decree of I foro closure of said tnx lien and n salo ot eiii J premises. You and each of you defendants nro i .... required to answer entii petition on or bororo Mondny, tho 20th day of Au gust, 1000. THK COUNTY OV LINCOLN, A Corporation. jylOl By II. S. Hidgloy, its Atty. Legal Notico. Tho dofendnnts J. 11. Ilonoywoll, first namo unkuown, Ilonoywoll his wife, llrst namo unknown and Chnrlos Maples, will tako notico that on tho 18th day of Juno, 1000, tho plaintiff, Tho County of Lincoln, a corporation, lllod Its petition in tho district court ot Liucolu county. Nebraska, tho objoct and prnyor of which is to foreclose certain tax lions, duly assessed by said plnbitiff against tho BouthoiiBt quarter of section .'), in township 9, north ot rango 27, west of Sixth prinotpnl moridian, Nobrnskn, for the year 1891 in tho sum of 50,00; for the yeur 1805 in tho sum ot 0 81; for tho yenr 1800 in tho sum of 10.21; for tho yonr 1897 in tho sum of 0.51; for tho year 1808 iu the sum of (Ml, amounting in tho totiil sum of 852.00; with interest at the rate of ten por cont por annum from tho tlrst day of May, 1900, nil of which is duo and unpaid. Plaintiff prays u dooroo of foroolosuro or said tax lion nnd u snlo of said prom iscs. l on nud each of you defendants nro required to answer snid potition on or boforo Mondny tho 20th day of August, r.sju, THK COUNTY OV LINCOLN, A Corporation, jllOl lly 11. S Kidgley. its Atty. LIK1AL NOTICK. The defendants Stephen A. Albro. Dana Albro, Samuel Albro and Mrs Albro his wife llrst name unknown! I'hoeulx invest ment Co., Wilber A. llrothweil aul Mrs. lliotliwell his wife llrst name unknown, will take notice, that on the aiih dav of June, IWl. the plalntlil. The County ol Lincoln, a corporation, Hied Its petition Iu the district court of Liucolu county. Nebraska, the object and prayer of which Is to foreclose curtain tax liens, duly assessed hy ald plaliitllT nuaint the southwest quarter of section il, In township hi, north it ranee XI west of the Sixth punctual meridian. Ne braska, lor the year IWl In the sunt ot Jrt.ttl. ior tnu car iwi iu tno sum nt tsSwi; ior the year IHMl in the sum of t7.HI. for the ,earisu7 In the sum ot ft.7U. for the year mm in the sum in tu: amouutliiK lit the total sum of ;id.7d; wiiii inturost at the rate ot ton ier cent per annum from tbo llrst diy of May, WK). all ot which is due and uiipalil. rialntlir prays n decree of- foreclosure nf said tax liens, and a sale of said prem Yon and each of you defendants, arc re quired to answer said Petition on nr li,fnr J) luuuday tin- .'Id dav ot September. Hum I'HK COUNTY OK LINCOLN. A CoriMir.ntlfitv J-174 lly H. S. ItldKley. Its Attorney. Xiogal Notlco. Tho defendants J. U. Ilonoywoll, first namo unknown, - Ilonoywoll hli wifo first namo unknown, nnd Charles Maples and John Doo, true namo unknown, will tnlto tiotioo that on the loth clay or June. 1000, tho plaintiff. Tho County of Lin- (oln.n corporation, filed Its petition iu tho District Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska, tho objoct nnd prnyor of which is to foreclose cortniu tax lions, duly assessed by said plaintiff against tho southeast uuartorof section 5. town ship 9, north of rango 27, west of Sixth principal moridian. Nobraskn, for tho yonn&9, in tho sum of 7.53; for tlio year i893, in tlio sum of (5.81; for tlio year i8!KJ, in the sum of 07t;for tho yonrisuf, initio sum of i.&I; for tho yeari81)8,in tho sum of 1.88; amounting n tho total sum ot 8M.U8: with iutorost nt tho rate of ten por cont per annum from tho llrst dny of May, i(X)0, all ot which is duo and unpaid. Plaintiff prays a decrco of foreclosure of said tax ileus and n sale of said prem ises. You and onoh of you tlofondants nro rod lured to answer said notition on or boforo Mondny, tho 20th day of August, J'JUU. THK COUNTY Ol'1 LINCOLN. A Corporation. jllOl Hy It. S. Kidgley, its Atty. Logal Notico. Tho dofondants J. R. IJonoywoll. first namo unknown, Ilonoywoll his wife. tlrst namo unknown. Chnrlos Mnnloa und John Doe, truo rnmo unknown, will tnko notico that on the 18th dny of Juno, 1000. tho plnintiff, Tho County ot Lin- coin, n corporation, tiled its petition in tho district court ot Lincoln county. No- brnskn, tho object and prnyor ot which is to rorocioso certain tax liens duly nBscsod by said plaintiff against tho soutliwcst qunrter of soctiou 5, in township 9, north ot rnngo 27. west ot tho Sixth principal meridian. Nobrnskn, for tho year 1801 in tho sum of 87.53, for tho yoar 1895 in tho sum of 0.81; for tho yoar 1890 in tho sum of 0.71; for tho yenr 1897 in tho sum of 51; for tho yoar 1893 in tho sum of 1.83; amounting in tho totul sum of 811.9S; witli intorost nt tho rnto of ton por cont por nnnuni from tho llrst day of May 1900, nil of which isduo nnd unpaid I'luintm prays n decroo ot foreo bsuro of said tax loin und a snlo of said prom ises. You and onoh of you dofondants nro required to nnswor snld potition on or boforo Monday, tho 20th dny ot August, tuuu. THK COUNTY OV LINCOLN, A Corporation. jlli)l lly II. S. Kidgley, its Atty. Legal Notico. Tho dofendnnts J. R. Honeywell, first nnmo unknown, Ilonoywoll his wife, first nnmo unknown nnd Chnrlos Mnples, will tnko notico that on tho 18th dav ot Juno, 1900, tho plaintiff, Tho County of , ! l . ljincom, iv corporntion, inoti us potition in tho district court ot Lincoln county, INoornsitn, tlio oojoct nnd prnyer of which is to foreoloso certain tnx: hens. duly assessed by said plaintiff against too nortnwost quirtor or section 7, in township 9, north of rnngo 27, west of tho Sixth principal meridian, Nobniska, for tho yoar 1891 in tho sum of S7.53; for tho yonr 1805 in tho sum of 8.51; for tho yonr 1890 in tlio sum of 9.28; for tho yoar lain in tlio sum of 8.07; for the yenr 1803 iu tho sum of 0.98; amounting in tho total sum of 855.38, witli interest nt tho rate or ten por cent por annum from tho tlrst day ot Mny, 1900. nil ot which is duo and unpaid. Plaintiff prnys n docreo of foreclosure ot said tax lion and n salo of Bald prem 80S. oii nnu oacu or you uotonaants are required to nnswor smu petition on or boforo Mondny, tho 20th dny of August, 1WU. THK COUNTY OK LINCOLN, A Corporation. jllOl lly II. S. Ridgloy, its Atty LEGAL NOTICE. Tlio dofondants tho Lombard Invest mont Company, nnd John Doo, truo nnmo unknown, (Impleaded with P. L, tiarpor. ot al., will talto notico that on tho 25th day of Juno, 1000, tho plaintiff, The County of Liucolu, a corporation, tiled its potition in tho district court of Lincoln county, Nobrnskn, tho object and prayor of which is to foreoloso cer tain tax liens, duly assessed by said plaintiff agninst tho southeast quarter of section 0, in town 9, north ot rnngo 31, west of tho Sixth principal meridian, NobrnsUa, for tho yoar 180J in tho sum of 813.52; for tho yonr 1801 in tlio sum of 810.20; for tho yonr 1895 in tlio sum of 810.02; for tho yonr 1800 in tho sum of 810.05; for tho yonr 1897 in tho mini of 80.10; Tor tho your loua in tno sum of 80 10; amounting iu tho total sum of 883.83; with intorost nt tho rnto of ton nor cont nor annum from tho 1st dny of May. 1900. nil of which is duo und upaid. l'laintill prays a ueoroo of foreclosure or said tnx lien aim a sale of said preuiisos, You und onoh of you dofondantB aro ro iiuircd to nnswor snid potition on or bo foro Mondny. I ho 13th day ot August, 1000. THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation. jOl Uy II. S. Ridgloy, its Attornoy KOAD NO. 210. To All Whom it Mny Coucorn: Tho commissioner tiniiointod to locnto county rond on tho county lino botwoou Lincoln and Dawson counties, commenc ing at tho northeast corner of section 1, township 9 N., Rnngo 20 V , and run ning thence south on tho east sido of sectiun 1 und 12 to u point 21 chnins nnd 60 linUs south of tho northonBt cornor ot section 12. T. 0 N.. R. 2(1 V.; thenco south 70 ilogroes V ono ohain und fi() links, thence south 12 deureos V., chains nud 07 links, thenco south !H de. grees K, to u point on tho east line of section 12, tint is 11 chaitiB and DO links uorth of tho quarter section cornor between sections 7 and 12, thenco Botith on section line 05 chains und 1 links to tho north bunk of a draw, Ihonco south 22 degrees ), 5 chains, M links; thence south 10 degrees H, W chnins, 12 links; tlieneo stiutli T)2 degrees 10. 1 chnins, 20 links; thence south 111 degrees 20 mm. 1-3,1 chain, 07 links; thenco south 7H degreos V, 1 chains, 51 links; thence westiluhuins, 12 links; thenco south on tho oast line, sections Hi, 10, 21,2.r und IU!, and termluatini; nt the southeast cornor of Lincoln county, hns reported in favor of tho establishment thereof nnd nil objections thoroto or oluimB for dam ngos must bo lllod m tho county clerk's olllco on or boforo noou of tho 10th dny of Boptombnr, 1000, or the rond will bo os tubllshed without reforeneo thoroto. V. M. llOLTItV, j01. County Clerk. Legal Notico. Tho dofondnnts J. R. Honeywell, first nnmo unknown, Ilonoywoll his wifo, first nnmo unknown nnd Chnrlos Mnples, will tnko notice tlint on tho 18th dny ot Juno. 1900, tho plnintiff, Tho County of t t...,t 1 illn.l lln twtfitllltl I.IUbUlU, I, LUI J.U.llVlW.l, muv, ,w ,wv ..... in tho district court of Lincoln county, Nobrnskn, tho objoct and prayor ot which is to foreoloso cortain tax lions duly assessed by said plaintiff ngninst too southwest qnnrtor of section ,s, iu township 0. north of rniuro 27, west of Sixth principal moridian. Nobrnskn, for tho yoar 1891 in tho sum ot 80.09; for tho yoar 1895 in tho sum ot 0.81; for the yenr 1800 in tho sum of 10 21; Tor tho year 1897 in tho sum of 0.51; for tho your 1808 in tho Bum of 0.11 ; amounting in tho total sum of 852.00; witli intorest at tho rato of ton por cont por nnnum from tho first day ot Mny, 1000, nil of which is duo and unpaid. Plnintiff prnys n docreo of foroolosuro ot snid tnx loin and n snlo of said prem ises. i ou nnd onch ot you dofondants lire required to nnswor snid potition on or before Mondny, tho 20th dny of Atiirust, ivw. THK COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation. jllOl By II. S. Ridgloy, Its Atty. , Leg.al Notico. Tho dofondantB J. R. Honovuoll, flret nnmo unknown, llonoywell his wifo, first nnmo unknown nnd Charles Mnples. win tnKo notico that on tlio loth dav of Juno, 1000, tho plaintiff, Tho County ot Liucolu, n corporation, tilctl its petition in tho district court of Lincoln county. Nebraska, tho object and pruyur of winch is to foreoloso certain tax 1 ens duly nssossed hy mid plnintiff ngninst tho northwest qunrtor of Bection 3. in township 0. north of rnutro 27. west of Sixth principnl moridinn, Nebraska, for tno your lavi in tlio sum of 80.0'J; for tho yoar 1895 in tho sum of 0.81; for tho yonr lbyo in tho sum or 0.00; for tho your 1897 in tho sum ot 0.51; for the yonr 1893 in tno sum or 0,1 1; amounting in tho totnl Bum of 51.27; with interest nt tho rnto of ton por. cent per annum from tho first dny of Mny, 1000, nil of which is duo nnd unpaid. I'lnlntlit prays n deoreo of foroolosuro of snid tax loin nnd n snlo of snid prem ises. You nnd encli of vou dofondnnts nro required to nnswor snid potition on or bof oro Mondny, tho 20th dny of August, 1000. THK COUNTY OK LINCOLN, A Corporntion jllOl By II. S. Ridgloy. its Atty. I.KOAI, NOTICK, The dofondnnts Ctin. A. (llllcttn. nlllntlo his wife, ilrnt nnmo unknown. It, A. Klmjunn trustee, first nnme unknown, P. 1J. Onvin. first nnmo unknown, Onvln his wifo, find nnme un known, J. M. l.lndpny, flrt nnmo unknown, Llndniy his wifo, tlrst nnmo unknown, will tnko notice Hint on tho 3d dny of April, IRK), theidnln tiff, Tbo County of Lincoln, a corpirntlno, tiled He potition In the district court of Lincoln county, nuurnsiin, ino oujeci nnu prnyer oi wnirn is to foreclose certnln tnx Hens, duty nsesed by snld plnintiff nunlnst tho southwest ounrter of section 31, township 10, north nf rnnae :C), west nf the mini principal uieriuinn, Ncurnskn, tor t lit, yenr In tho sum of l:l,27; for the yenr 1S93 In tho snm of 1 for thu yenr 18111 In the sum nf .tl0.2ll; for tho yenr 1BU" In tho sum nf f 8. I'll; for tho yenr IBM In the sum of Hll.fl,!; for the yenr 1WU7 In ino sum oi fiMif ior ino yenr iw In uio sum of ft. IS; nuiouutiiif? In the totnl sum of ttW.t; with Interest nt tho rnto of ten per cent per nnnum from the 1st dny ot April, 11KJU, nil of which Is duo nnd unpnld. rinlntlff prnys n decree of fnre:losuro of snld tnx lien nnd n snlo of snld preuiisos. You nud each of you dofendnnts are required to nnswor snld petition on or before Mondny, tho 0th dny of August, UUO, Dutod Juno 31, 11)00. THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN. A Corporntion. J29I lly II. H. llldflley, Its Attorney. LI'.CIAL NOTIOK. The dofendnnts, Durney J. Kondnll, Addle K. Kendntl, his wife, nnd John Dno, truo mono un known, will tr.ko notico Hint on tho 10th dny ot February, 1000, the plaintiff thn county of Lincoln, a corporntion. riled Its petition In tlio district court of Lincoln county, Nobrnskn, tlio objoct nnd prnyor oi wmcn is in rorocioso corinm tnx liens duly nssossed by enld p'nlntlft nKnlnntJthe south onst qunrter of northwest ipiurter, northwest ipinrter of southwest quarter, northwest tjuurter of southeast qunrter, nud south bnlf ot southenst qunrter; section nine, tnwnehl.i fifteen, rane thirty-two, wost of tho Sixth principnl moridian, nnd enat hnlf nt northwest qunrter of ' section eleven, township fifteen, rniiRe thirty-two, west ot the Klxth principnl meridlnn In Lin coln county, Nobrnskn, for tho yenr 1HU.I In tho sum nf three dollnra nnd thlrty-Ilve cents; for the yonr 1801 In tbo sum of throo dollars and forty-two conts; for 'the yonr 1MB III tlio sum of four dollnra nnd nnd twenty ftvo conls; for tbo yonr 1MK1 In tbo sum of Ilvo dollnra nnd llfty-elght cents; for tho your 1MU7 In tho sum of two dollars nnd sovenlytwo cents; for the yenr IbVS In tbo sum of two dollnra nnd thirty-tour conts; nnd for tbo yonr lHttl In tho sum of Ave dollnra nnd sovonty-slx conta; for tho yenr 1891 In tho sum of live dollars nud tlftytbroo cents; for tbo yenr 1603 In the sum of six dollars nnd thirty nve cents; for tho yenr 1800 In tbo sum ot seven dollnra nnd sixty-five cents; for tho yenr 18V7 In tho sum nf throe dollars nnd alxty-slx conts; for tbo yenr lsttft; In the cum of two dollnra nud ulnty coven cents; nmouutlnK In the totnl sum of one hundred nud ten dnllnrs nud nty-two cents, with Interest nt tho rnto of ten per cent per untium from tho first dny of Februury, UKX), nil of which Is due nnd unpaid. I'lnlntlit prnya n, decrco nf foredimuro of snid Inx lien nnd a snlo nf snld promises. You nnd onch of you defendants, nre required to nnswor snld petition on or boforo Jlondiiy, tbo 13lh dny of August, UKX). Till! COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporntion. J2BI lly II. S. ltldKloy, Its Attorney, LAND OFFICE NOTICES. CONTK8T NOTICE U. B. Lnnd Ofllce, North Tlntlo, Neb, Juno a), UHJO. A sufficient contest nflldnvlt hnvinfr been filed In this ofllce by John Dlodel, of Himnnuth. Neb., coutestnnt, nKnlnst Timber Culture Kntry Nn. 13,137, inndo October (1, 1M), for soulh hnlf of southenst qunrter, south bnlf of southwest qunrter of section 31, township 13, rnntre M west, by George A. Truvera, contestec. In which It Is nl. lened Hint OeorRO A. Trnvors hns fnlled to plant to tiees, seeds or ciittliiRa, or cultivate any part of snld Irnct since July, IMKI, nnd from tlio appearand-of the land nt tlint dnte there hns never been nnybronkliiKorplnntlnK done on snld tract ami snld defects exist to this dnle, snld pnrtlos nro hereby uotlfled to appear, respond nnd offer e. deuce toucbliiK snld nileKntlon nt 1(1 o'clock, n m , on August 18, lm, before tbo register nnd re ceiver nt the United Klntts bind olllco In North l'lntte, Lincoln county, Nebrnskn, 'llio snld contestant havliiK, In a proper nlll. dnWt, nied June 'ill, lliOO, sot forth fact which show tlint nfler due dlltKonce personnl service of this notice enn not bo lunde, It Is hereby ordered nnd directed Hint such notico bo i-lveii by duo nnd proper piibllcnlioii. JIM OUOllOi: 1'. I'ltl'.NOIl, ll,.Klster. TIMUElt CULTUItK. f7na7.IIOOF- NOTIOK JOlt l'lflll.lUATlOtf I.uil OIbcb at North l'lntte. Neb Juno llitb, l'.iou. Notico lihoreby given tlint Frederick George hns llled notice of lulentlou lo mnke tlnnl proof l efore register nnd receiver nt their miles in North Pintle, Neb,, on Wednesdny tlio Mlhibiy of July, UK), on Umber culture nppllcnllnn No. UMIH, for tho southwest qunrter ot section No. VI, In township No. 12, north rnngo No, 27 west, He Iinines nt wllnesnwi William llentlv, lid. Murphy, lNlwnrd Springer, Nli'linlns l'.uwriglil, nil of llrndy, Neb. JIM Ol'omiK i:. I'iikncii, Iteglslor. TIMIIIIU t3ULTUlti: FINAL 1'IIOOF NOTR'U l'Oll l'llllLIL'ATHlN. lwl Olllco nt North l'lntte. Neb, Juno llllh, HKM, Notico It lieroby glveu Hint Frederick Ueorgi, heir nud devisee of Johnnn George dcensed, hns tiled notice of Intention to uinkellniil proof before register and receiver at their oltlco In North l'lntte, Neb., on Wednesdny, tho -ilth dny of July, MKJ, on Umber culture application No. 13,y7U, for the southenst qunrter of section No. 31. In tnvn ship No. I.t north, range No. -i7 west, lie nnmoa us witnesses. Win, llently. Kd. Murphy, Kdwiird Hpr uger, Nlcholnn Knw right, nil of llrsdy, Neb. )'w Geoikik K, I'iikncii, Hegl.ter.