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TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1900.
1RAL BARB, Editob ad PnopniKTon BUIlBORirTION BATES. On Year, each In advance, It. 25 Six Konlhi, cash In advanoe TS OcnU Entered UhNorthriitt(NebrMka)pMtofflcM oond-olaiiimatter. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. For President, WILLI AN McKINLEY. For Vico-Prosidont, THEODORE IIOOSEVELT. STATE. For Governor, CHARLES II. DIETRICH. For Lioutonnnt Oovornor, E. P. SAVAGE, For Soorotnry of Stnto, GEORGE W. MAItSII. For Treasurer. WILLIAM STEUFFER. For Auditor, CHARLES WESTON. For Attornoy Gonornl, FRANK N. PROUT. For Lnnd Commlnlonor, FRED D. FOLMER. For Sunt, of Public Instruction, W. K. FOWLER, Proaidontinl Eloclorfl. JOHN F. NESBlTT, R. B. WINDHAM, EDWARD ROYSE, L. W. HAGUE, S. P. DAVII'-iON, JACOB L. JACOHSON, JOHN L. KENNEDY, JOSEPH L. LANGER. For CongrcflB, Sixtli District, JIOSES P. KINK AID. COUNTY. For County Attornoy. II. S. RIDOLEY. Tut: Dec says that tn no time in Us history has Omaha shown such substantial evidence of growth and prosperity as at present. This being the case, a big republican majority may confidently be ex pected in Douglas county next No vember, Tub most difficult task the UryanitCB have undertaken is to persuade the laborer and farmer that they arc on the brink of star vation and financial 'ruin, Doth arc enjoying greater prosperity by fifty per cent than they did under a democratic administration. Those democratic papers which a few weeks ago were so strongly opposing the re-nomination of Gov ernor Poynter, are now swallowing great hunks of cYow, and "for Bryan's sake" will support the man who they so viciously assailed. The average democratic editor is a very "amooBin' cuss.'f Till-: eastern papers say that the democratic national committee has decided to '"fire" Webster Davis out of the campaign. They consider that a recruit who less than two years ago was so enthusiastic in the praise of the republican admin istration will not cut much ice in telling the dear people the beauties of Bryanism. A call for the republican sena torial and representative district convention should be called in the near future, The campaign will be in full blast by the first of Scptem ber, and the republican candidates ought to be in the Held when the battle begins. The republicans can do no better than renominate Owens and Wilcox for senator and representative respectively; they have both been tried and not found wanting, and they can be elected Koiiert Gkaiiam, who was nomi natcd for state senator by the fusion conventions at Ogaialla last week is n dyed-in-the-wool demo crat, and the democrats propose to devote all their energies to his dec tion. Kccd, who was nominated by the same conventions for rcpre scntative, is a populist, and as he is in a. district that is republican the democrats will attempt to trade him for Graham votes. You know good populist friends, this is the last year of 'fusion, the democrats won't care for you after this fall. Tin: talk about all the com incrcial travelers being for Bryan si not borne out by the facts The Valentine Republican Bays Wednesday a traveling man in formed the Republican that twenty seven traveling men including him self, were on the same train a few days ago. They were discuBBing politics and agreed to count noses uh lo their political belicts, which resulted in disclosing the fact that twenty-live were for McKinley and two for Bryan. That, no doubt, i a fair ratio showing how trnvclin men will vote this fall. The fusion populists serve notice on the democrats that if they force Townc off the ticket they need not expect to carry South Dakota, Kansas or Wyoming. But there is not much in that threat, for the reason that the chances arc very bright for the republicans carrying those states whether Townc stays on or is fired off the ticket. Up in Cheyenne county there is considerable dissatisfaction in the fusion ranks over the nomination f Bob Obcrfcldcr as a presidential elector. The facts as told by the Sidney Telegraph are that at the county convention held at Sidney unc 30th, the democrats elected dqlcgatcs to attend the state con vention, and no proxies were to be Mowed. Obcrfcldcr was not a cicgutc, but was at the state con dition and handed ln bogus cre dentials headed by his own name. The real credentials were not pre sented, as Obcrfcldcr assured the delegates it would be unnecessary he had attended to the matter. Since the nomination of Obcrfcldcr a presidential elector these astoniBhtng facts came to light and the county fusionists arc supremely disgusted and refuse to countenance such political trickery. A "round robin," is talked of to be signed by ic chairman and secretary of both the democratic and populist county central committee s and many of the leading fusionists. Obcrfcldcr state fish commissioner and Poyntcr's lieutenant in Cheyenne county, and while he is supposed to be a smooth politician, hi work in this instance is extremely "raw." A Washington dispatch dated uly 30th says: Tiie secretary ol tatc received at midnight last ight a dispatch from Mr. Fowler, American consul at Che Foo, dated uly 29. noon. Mr. Fowler says: A letter from the German legation, dated the 21st inst. received at Tien Tsin, German loss is ten dead nd twelye injured. Chinese ceased their attack on the 12ili. Baron von Kettelcr's body said to be safe. The Austrian, Dutch and Spanish legations destroyed and the French partially. A letter from the Jap- ncsc legation dated the 22ud, rrived at Tien Tsin on the 25th. Ten battalions of Chinese ulu-lled the. legations consecutively frotri the 20th of June and st jpped on the 17th of July, but may renew. The nemy are decreasing. The Ger man, Russian, American, British nd half of the Japanese and French cgations still defended. Japanese say they have food for six days, but little ammunition. The mpcror and empress arc reported itPekin." King Humbert, of Italy, was shot at Monza Sunday night at 10:45 and died an hour Inter. The assassin was a man named Angclo BrcBBi. The latest news from the Cape town. Africa, is to the effect that the Boer commander, General Priiibloo, with 5,000 men, has surrendered unconditionally to the British. Every woninn in the country ought to know nbout Mothers Friend Those who do know nlout it woiuior now tuey ever got along without It. It has robbed child birth of Its terrors for many n VOlUltr wife. It linn nrrsi'twil lwr girlish figure and saved her much suiierlng. It is nn external lini ment and cartiea with it therefore, absolutely no danger of upsetting i.iu ij pi.-iii ii.-t lit ujja uiKi'il II1M.TI1- ally arc npt to do. It i.i to bo rubbed Into the nbdoinen to soften and strengthen tho muscles which are to bear tho strain. This means much less pain. It also prevents luormtiL' sickness nnd all of tho other discomforts of pregnancy. A druggist of Macon, Ga., says: " I have sold a largo quantity of Mother's Friend and hnvo never known nn instance where It has failed to produce the good results clultnud for it." A prominent lady of Lam berton, Ark., writes: "With my flist six children 1 was in labor from 24 to 30 hours. After using Mother's Friend, my seventh was bom in , hours." Oct Mother' l'rleiut at tho Untir aliiro, ai.00 ior liutliu. TIIE DKADflCLD REGULATOR CO. A1UNU. GA. WrlU for ow fTM Ulntr.L.l look. "EEJOIIK BAST m Governor Roosevelt Rcmove3 the Cover From the Hag gard and Deceitful Fa':e of Fusion. A Florco nnd Forceful Firo on tho Fallacy of Uryanism by Amer ica's Soldier-Statesman. Quotes Gcnornl I.nrton In Saying Thnt the Illooil of American Soldiers I On tho llnmli of American Sympa thizer of Aguliinldo, Sneaking to tho National Lcngno of Republican clubs in session at St. Paul, Govomor Roosovelt gavo uttcranco to soino things which in a largo degrco show tho truo eharactor of tho man. Ho said: "A politician who Isn't lion? est, no matter how nblo or smart ho is, is a curso to tho community. Don't lot nuy man deludo you by trying to con ylnco you that ho can holp you by being a littlo dishouost on your sido. IIo will desert you when tho crisis com os. "I havo mot hero todny a fow raou from my old stamping grouuds In tho Dakotns and Montana, whero I used to bo a dolcgato to the cattlo conventions. Thero nro n fow of my follow dologatos hero tonight. I wns then in tho cow business myself. Out thero tho cow puncher and tho branding iron took tho placo of tho fenco. Wo usod to brand tho calves ovory year, and if a calf was passed ovor it becamo n maverick. It was tho rulo in thoso days that a mav erick when found might bo branded with tho brand of tho ranch ou which it was found. "And ono day I was riding over tho ranch with a cow puncher oud wo camo across -a mavorlclc. It was ou tho Thistle brand ranch. Tho cow pnnchor roped and tied tho maverick and wo got off to put. a brand on it. I roniom bor that I took off tho cinch iron to holp put on tho brand. And I said to tho cow puncher: 'Itomombcr, it is tho Thistlo brand.' Ho grinned and said ho know his business. But I saw ho was putting on my brand. 'Hold on thoro,' I Baid, 'you aro putting on my brand.' 'I always put on my boss' braud,' ho roplled. Isaidtohlm: 'You cuu go to tho ranch and get your time. If you will steal for mo, yoa will steal from me.' "And that applies in politics as well as in tho cow business. You havo got to havo honesty first, nnd yon havo got to havo courage with it. I have mighty littlu uko for tho honest, timid man, tho man who takes out his honesty in his own parlor, bat who can't trust himself with it out in tho world to do his work among his follows. IIo may bo very uico aud pleasant, but ho is no uso. "But no matter how houost aud bravo a man may bo, if ho is a natural born fool you can't do anything with him. Ho must havo tho Having Oraou of Common Seme. Honesty, eourago and common sonso aro needed iu public lifo just as thoy aro noedod in p-ivato life. And it is bo- causo I boliovo that associations like this club, associations liko this Icaguo, mako for tho elementary doconcics of political lifo that I tako such pleasure in nddresfling you tonight. "I do not address you as a Repub lican addressing Republicans, but as au American addressing his follow Ameri cans, urging thorn to stand for houosty aud tho honor of tho flag. Wo havo como horo to begin tho work of a cam paign moro vital to American interests than any that bus taken placo sinco tho closo of tho civil war. Wo appoal not only to Republicans, but to all good oitizeus that uro Americans iu fact as well ns iu namo, to holp us iu ro-olcct-ing Prcsidout McKinley. It was indeed of lutlulto importauco to olect him four yours ngo. Yet tho need is ovon greater now. Every roason which thon obtained .in his favor obtains now, and many moro havo boon added. Pour years ago the success of tho Popullstio Domocrnoy would havo meant fearful misory, fearful disaster at home; it would havo meant tho shamo that is worso ovon than misory and disaster. Today it would mean all this, and iu addition tho uumcaHurnblo disgrace of abandoning the proud position wo havo taken, of flinching from tho great work wo havo bognn. "Wo ask support for Prosidout Mo Kinloy beciip.su of what ho has actually dono, of what ho now stands for and typlflos, nnd because of tho marvelous work that has been accomplished under his administration, wo ask tho sup port of all upright cltizous because against him nro arrayed Tho I'tirc'LO of Clinutla Kvll, because of tho broodtuu monaco to our moral aud industrial wolfaro which is implied in tho prosout attitudo and pur- poso oi tno ropunsuo.uomocraoy. "Wo kuow dofinltoly what wo bo Hove aud wo say it outright. "Our opponents, who roprosont all tho forces of discontent, malico and envy, formed and formless, vaguo and coucroto, can hardly bo said to know what thoy really do bullovo, because tho principles thoy profess, If put forth uakodly, are so rovoltiug, even to their own followers, that thoy like at least to try to wrap the mantle of hypocrisy around them. Thoy rant about trusts, but thoy havo nothing practical to ad vunco in tho way of remedy, "Nor is this to bo wondered at, when oiio of tho makers of their platform, tho representative from Now York, and thu leader of that organization iu Now York, aro both thomsolves most prominent stockholders in tho worst trust to bo found today In tho United Statos tho ico trust, which has justly exposed itself to tho criticism Which our opponents often unjustly ap ply to every form of industrial effort. 'Wo now como to tho Philippines and r? tho gouoral question of expansion. Many of tho positions taken iy tho Populistic-Dcmocraay at tho lnomout nro so pnlpably dishouost nnd main tained in such palpable bad faith that to stato thorn is sufficient. It is hardly necessary to discuss what thoy say nbout "tho constitution following tho flag." Tho Domocratio party novcr championed tho doctriuo thus sot forth savo iu tho dark days, when it had be como tho Ilaiirimnldcn of Slavery and rebellion, nnd dancod to any tnuo which tho npostlos of slavery choso to pipe. When, under JofTerson, tho great West boyond tho Mississippi was ac quired, when, largoly through tho In strumentality of Jackson, Florida was added to tho Union, tho now proviucos, with their Indian populations, woro governed precisely and exactly on tho theory under which tho Philippines aro now governed. Prcsidout JofTorson so- cured tho Louisiana purchase just na President McKinley secured tho Philip pines and Andrew Jackson warred against tho Seminolcs when wo had acquired Florida from Spain, preolsoly ns Gcnornl MacArtlmr is now warring against tho bandits among tho Tngals in Luzon. Unless wo aro willing to do prlvo Jefferson aud Jackson of tho meed of honor which has beau held to bo peculiarly theirs, wo cauuot deny tho same high praiso to President Mc Kinley. At Knnrns City, tho men en gaged in preaching the gospol of dis honor aud repudiation solemnly assert ed that 'Imwrialism abroad will lead quickly aud iiiovltubly to despotism at home.' lou men ot Minnesota aud tho Dakotas who aro hero this oveniug can npprcciato tho fatuousness of that state ment by tho simple procoss of thinking whether your liberties havo boon abridged by tho return of tho Minne sota and Dakota troops Avho wou such honor for themselves iu tho Philippines. Thoro nro geometrical propositions so essentially absurd that mathematicians hold their mcro statomont to bo equiv alent to their refutation. So it is with this proposition. If it woro worth whilo I would point out its dishonesty and insincerity. But flagrant though thoso aro, its absurdity is so much moro flagrant that nothing need bo said. 'So it is with thoir cant about mili tarism aud 'intimidation and oppres sion at homo' as following whut thoy nro pleased to call 'conquest abroad.' Wo cannot urguo with them on this proposition, because no serious man thinks for ono moment that thoy bo liovo what thoy assert. During tho great civil war thero were many preachers of tho gospol oi! disloyalty among tho so- called copperheads of tho north, aud theso men, like their representatives among our opponents today, prophesied the subdivision of tho country when tho great armies of Grant and Sherman should como buck from tho wur; but tho grout armies of Grant aud Sherman re turned to civil lifo nnd wore swallowed up among their follow citizens without a ripple. A considerable aruiy was kopt tor a year or two on 'the Indian frontier aud iu some of tho southeru states, but it novcr ontcrod tho bond of a human being to attompt what Tho Coppurhrud l'mphet of disaster hud frantically foretold. Iu '08 and '1)0 you yourselves saw rcgi meiits aud brigades aud divisions re turn from Cuba, Porto Rico aud tho Philippines, to be disbanded and swal lowed up iu tho muss of tho people, it volunteers, and if regulars to nssumo their ordinary work iu fort aud canton meiit, aud after greeting them on tho day thoy returned the bulk of tho peo ple would never havo boon ablo to tell, except by tho newspapers, whother they had como back or not. "Of nil idlo chatter tho talk of tho danger of militarism is tho idlest. Tho army wo havo now is, rolatlvely to tho population of the country, less iu size thuu it hus been again and again dur tho last century nnd a quarter, in times when wo hud only our own Indians to guard against. In Wushiugtou'sudmiu istration Uen. Wayne spent some throe years iu Ohio warring against tho Togals of that day, with an urniyuudor him larger iu proportion to the then population of tho nation than all our present national forces, regulars aud voluutcortl combined, aud there is just us littlo danger from the evils of mili tarism now as there was then. It is as utter folly to talk of our liberties as menaced by tho oxlstenco of a force capable of keeping order iu our outly ing possessions as it would havo been to talk of their being menaced iu the sovontlcs by tho toldiers who followed Ouster aud his fellows against Co maucho, Apache mid Sioux. "I would ask thoso who by thoir words havo encouraged tho wnrfaro c f the Filipinos against us to recall tho letter of General Lawton, written just before his death, in which ho pointed out that the blood of his soldiers red dcued tho hands of the men ut homo who oucouiaged Our l'oes Abroad. "Somo years ngo.whou certain east ornora were clamoring iu tho name of Immunity nir.iiust tho nriny ofllcers who wurred to potect tho 'western settlers from tho Indians, uoncrul blieridun wrote: 'IJdo not kuow how far thoso humanitarian.) should bo excused on account of their imioraneo, but surely it is the only excuse that can give a shadow of justiileation for aiding and abetting such horrid crimes.' "Tho scheming politicians at Kansas Oity havo ncc oven tho excuse of iguor unco when thoy incite tho insurgents to fresh warfare against our soldiers with tho huso hopo that thoreby thoy may further their own political ad vauco meiit." Legal Notice, Tho dofondnnts J. U, Honoywoll. first namo unknown. Honoywoll his wife ilrstnamo unknown, and Charles Maples nnd John Doo, truo nnmo unknown, will tnko notico that on tho lath dny of Juno, 1900. tho plaintiff. Tho County of Lin- coin, a corporation, (lied its petition in tho District Court of Lincoln Counly. Nebraska, tho object nnd prayor of which is to foreclose cortniu tax lions, duly assessed by snld plaintiff against tho southonst nunrtorof soction G. town ship 0, north of rnngo 27, west of Sixth principal morlulnn, Nebraska, for tho ycnri8'Jl, in tho sum of87.KI; for tho year 18SW, iu tho sum ot G.81; for tho year i89C, in tho sum ot G7i:for tho yoari8'J7, in tho Bum of 7.W; for tho ycnrioua,m too sum or a.oa; nmountmg in tho total sum of $11.98; with iutorost nt tho rnto of ton por cbnt per nnnum from tho first dny of May, i900, all. of which Is duo nnd unpaid. PlolntilT prnys n decreo of foreclosure ot snld tnx lions nnd a snlo of said prom ises. You and oach of you defendants nro required to nnswor snld potltion on or bcl fore Mondny, tho 20th dny of August, 1900. THK COUNTY OK LINCOLN, A Corporntion. jllOl By II. S. Ridgloy, ito Atty. Lognl Notico. Tho defondnnts J. R. Honoywoll. first nnmo unknown. Honoywoll his wife, first nnmo unknown, Chnrlos Mnplos nnd John Doe, truo rnmo unknown, will tnko notico that on tho 18th day of Juno, 1000, tho Dlnlntiir, Tho Countv of Lin coln, a corporntion, tilod its potltion in tuo district court ot Lincoln county, iSo brnskn, tho object nnd prnyor of which is to forocloeo cortniu tnx lions duly nsscsed by snid plnintlff against tho southwest quarter of Boction C, in township 9, north ot rnngo 27, wont of tho Sixth principal meridian. Nobrnskn, for tho year 1891 in tho sum of 37.53, for tho yonr 1895 in tho sum of (5.81; for tho yenr 1890 in tho sum of G.71; for tho yonr 1897 in tho sum of 7.01; for tho yonr 1893 in tho sum of 1.88; nmounting in tho totnl sum of 811 93; with intorost nt tho rnto ot ton por eont por nnnum from tho first day of , -.. trtnn -II v. i .1 .uiiy iuuv, an oi which muuo anil unpaiu Plnintiir prays a docroo of foroolosurb of said tax loiu nnd u sale of snid prom ises. You nnd onch of you dofondnnts are required to nuswor said potltion ou or boforo Mondny, Iho 20th dny ot August, l'JUU. THK COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation. jllOl By II. S. Ridgloy, its Atty. Legal Notico. Tho dofondnnts J. R. Honoywoll. first namo unknown, Honoywoll his wifo, llrst nnmo unknown nnd Charles Mnplcs, will tnko notico thnt on tho 18th day of Juno, 1900, tho plnintiir, Tho County of Lincoln, a corporation, mod its potltion tn tno uiatnot court or iincoln county, Nebrnskn, tho obioct nnd nrnyor of which is to forocloso certain tnx lions. duly nssessod by snid plaintiff ngninst tno northwest qu irtor ot section 7, in township "J, north ot rnngo 27, west of tho Sixth principal moridiun, Nobrnskn. for tho yonr 1891 in tho sum of S7,fIIf for tho yonr 189.") in tho sum of 8.&1; for the yonr 189G in tho sum of 9.28; for tho year ism in tno sum ot h.w, for tho yenr 1BU8 iu tho Bum ot G.98; nmounting in the total sum of 855.38, with interest nt tho rate of ton por cent por nnnum from the first dny ot Mny, 1900, nil of which is duo and unpnid. rinintiff prnys n decreo of foreclosure ot snid tax lion and u salo of snid prom- ses. You nnd onch of you dofondnnts nro required to nnswor snid potition on or boforo Monday, tho 20th day of August, THK COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation. jllOl Ily .II. S. Ridgloy, its Atty Legal Notice. Tho dofendints, Lowis H, Ireland, Iroland, his wife, llrst namo unknown, Annio F. Doyo nnd John Doo, truo namo unknown, will tnko notico thnt on tho i8th day of Juno, 1900, tho plnintiff, Tho County of Lincoln, a corporation, tiled its potition in tho district court of Lincoln couuty, Nobrnskn. tho objoot nntl prnyor of which is to forocloso cor- tnin tnx lions Duly nsfossod by Bind plnintiir nunitiBt the west halt ot the southwest (j uar tor of Section 31, in lownshlp y north, ofKingo'J7 west or tho Sixth principal meridian, Nebraska, for tho yonr 1893 in tho sum of 85.00, for tho yenr 1891 in tho sum of (5.89, for iho your 1895 in tho sum ot 0.(51, in the yenr 1890 in tho sum of 7.81, for tho yonr 1897 in tho sum of 9 87, for tho yonr Ib'JS in tno turn of i.oi, nmounting in tlio totnl sum ot 57.09, with interest nt tho rnto of ten por cent por nnnum from tho llrst day ot Mny, 1900, all of which in duo and unpaid. Plaintiff nroys a docroo of fore closure of said tax Hen and a side of sail promises. lou nnd oach ot you dofenduuts nro required to nnswor said potition on or uoioro nionnny, tno any oi au gust, 1000. 1111'. IAJUIMTY Uf I.IWV.UIJW, A Corporation, jylOl Uy II. S. Ridgloy, its Atty. Lognl Notice. Tho defendants N'obrvsku Lonh nnd Trust Com puny nnd Thomns Crozior will tako notico thnt on tho lath dny of Juno, 1900, tho plnintiir, tho County of Lincoln, a corporation, mod us potition in tho district court of Liucoln county, Nebraska, tho object and prnyor of which is to foreclose certain tax lions duly assessed by enid plaintiff ngninst the south half of the Northwest quar ter aud the nuBt half of tho Southwest quarter of Section 20, in Township 9 norm, luuiL'e i woki oi bimii principal meridian, Nebraska, for the year 1891 in tho sum of 811,3(5, for tho year 1895 in tho sum of 13.85, for tho year 1890 in tho so in of 11.57, for tho your 1897 in the sum of 13.58 nnd for tho your 1898 iu tho mini of i).(5, amounting in the lo lal sum of 88.37, with interest at the rate of ton per cent per annum from the llrst dny of May, HKM), all of which is duo and udpaid. Plnintiir prays a decreo of foreclosure of said tax lion nnd u buIo ot snid prom isos, You nnd each of you dofeDdnute aro rcoulrod to nnswor said potition on or uoioro juonduy, the u;ti day or Au gust, 1900. Till: COUNTY OK LINCOLN, A Corporation, 51101 Hy U.S. Ridgely, its Atty Legal Notico. Tho dofondnnts J. R. Honoywoll. llrst nnmo unknown, Honoywoll his wifo, llrst nnmotinUnown nnd Charles Maples, will tnko notico thnt on tho 18th dny ot Juno, 1900, tho plnintliT, Tho County of Lincoln, n corporntion, hied its potition in tho district court of Lincoln countv. Nobrnskn, tho objoot nnd prnyor of which is to foreoloso cortnin tnx Hons duly nssossod by enid plnintliT ngninst tho southwest qunrtor of section 3, in township 0, north of rnngo 27, west of Sixth princlpnl moridinn. Nobrnskn, for tho yonr 1891 In tho sum of 80.G9; for tho yonr 1895 in tho sum of G.81; for tho yonr joi iq mo Bum oiiu.aijror tho yenr 1897 iu tho sum of 0.51; for tho yonr 1898 in tho BUDl Of 0.14: nmniintincr in tho totnl sum of 852.00; with interest nt tho rnto of ton porcont por annum from tho llrst day of May, 1900, nil of which is duo nnd unpnid. Plnintiir prnys n docroo of foreclosure of said tnx loin nnd n snlo of Bind prom ises. lou and onch ot you dofcndnntR nrn required to nnswor snld potition on or boforo Mondny, tho 20th dny of AinrUBt, iwu. THK COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Corporntion. jllOl By II. S. Ridgloy, its Atty. Lognl Notico. Tho dofondnnts J. R. Honovwoll. Hrit nnmo unknown, Honeywell his wifo. llrst nnmo unknown nnd ChurloB Mnples, will tnko notico thnt on tho 18th dnv of Juno, 1900, tho plnintlff, Tho County of mucoid, n corporntion, tiled Its potition in tho district court of Lincoln countv. Nobrnskn, tho object nnd prnyor of which is to forecloeo certnin tnx lions duly nsscsBcd by tnid plnintiff ngninst mo normwost qunrtor or section 3, in township 9. north of rnnco 27. wnntrif Sixth princlpnl moridinn, Nebrnskn, fur tho yonr 1891 in tho sum of S0.G9; for tho yonr 1895 in tho eum of 0.84; for tho yonr louu in mo sum ot u.ou; ror tho "yonr 1897 in tho sum of 9.51; Tor tho yenr 1898 in tho Bum of G.ll; nmounting in tho totnl Bum of g51.27; with interest nt tho rnto of ton por. cent per nnnum from tho llrst dny of Mny. 1900. nil of which is duo nnd unpnid. Plnintiir prnys n decree of forecloeuro ot snid tnx loin nnd n snlo of snid prem ises. You nnd cncli of you dofondnnts nro required lo nnswor snid petition on or bojoro Mondny, tho 20th dny ot August, THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Corporntion. jllOl By II. S. Ridgloy. its Atty. LEGAL NOTIC15 '1 llff ilnfnndnntn. Mnrltn V. nnn Cordolin Groon, his wifo, will tnko notico thnt on tho 18th dny of Juno, 1900, tho pluintifT, Tho County of Lincoln, n cor- nnrntinn. fltnrl ito nntittnn in tlm TVm.-ir.t Court of Lincoln county, Nebrnskn, tho objoot nnd prnyor of which is to foro- nlnRO nnrtnin tnr llnnq lnlv nnaitminil lr snid plnintiir ngninst tho west half ?.!. .. L . 1 1 . I . 1 . uuiinuiiMb ipiurior, eiisi nan normwost qunrtor of soction 20, In township 9, north of rnnnn 57. wont, nf Slvlli nrin. cipnl moridinn, Nobrnskn, for tho yonr iovz in mo sum oi tja.irj; tor tho your ioij, in mo hum oi uo.vy; tor tho yonr 1891. in Iho BUm nf 7.10? tnr tlm vnnr 1895, in the sum of 87.20; for tho yonr 1890, in tho sum ot 8 00; for tho yonr 1897, in tho sum of 050; for tho yonr 1898, in tho sum of 7.09; nmounting in tho totnl sum ot 877.51; with intorost nt. tho rnte of Ton per cont. por nnnum from tho llrst dny of Mny 1900, nil of which is duo nnd unpnid. PluintifT prays a decreo of foreclosure of said tax lion nnd n snlo of said prom ises. You and oach of you defondnnts nro roquirod to nnswor enid potition on or before Monday, tbo 20th dnyot Auir- I J HI, liAAS. The County ov Lincoln, A Cornorntion. jlO By II. S. RmoLnv, Its Attornoy. LEGAL NOTICE. The defendants Olive T. Webster. Webster her husband, llrsf name unknown, and John Doe, true name unknown will take notice that on the 2nd day of July, 1900. the plaintiff. The County of Lincoln, a corporation, llled Its petition In the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the ob ject and prayer of which Is to foreclose cer tain tax liens, duly asHcxsed by said plaintiff against the southwest quarter of Hcctlon 3, In township , north of ranRc'-'fl, west of the Sixth principal meridian. Nebraska, for the year 1 80S In the sum ofiu.61; for the year MW Inthe sum of $7. SI: for the year 1807 In the sum of $10.00: for the year 18U8 In the sum ot 7.81: amounting In the total sum of tvi.03: with Interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the llrst day of May, 1WW, all of which Is due and unpaid. Plaintiff prays a decree of foreclosure of said tax leln, and a sale of said prem ises. You and each of you defendants are re quired to answer said petition on or before Monday, the 3d day of September, loco. Datcil July is, lWO, THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN. A Corporation, J120I lly H. S. HldKley, Its Attorney. LEGAL NOTICE. The defendants Stephen A. Albro, Dana Albro, Samuel Albro and Mrs. Albro his wife llrst name unknuwnl I'hocnlx Invest, incut Co., Wllber A. Hrothwell and Mrs. Ilrothwcll his wife llrst name unknown, w ill take notice, that on the ssth dav of June, coriwratton. tiled Its petition In the district rnliri nf Mnfnln ........ . xt-. i. . object and prayer of which is to foreclose c?rf''n. tax . 'fr"".1 (lulv assessed by said plaintiff against the southwest quarter of section n. in township in, north of range 33, west of the Sixth principal meridian; Ne braska, for the year 1891 In the sum of RfQ; for the vearlKlisin the sum of j!iB0; for the year I8im In the sum of 7.l ; for the year I HOT In the sum of jr.73; for the year iww In the S..'2.,of ?;70.! alnountlnK In the total sum of tJ9..0; with Interest at the rate of ten per fi??.1 p.c;r ?nn,xx.n frVn t,lc "m i-y of May. 9" f'f which Is due and unpaid. ' IMalntlff prays n decrre of foreclosure "scs H' anrt a HaIe f "alrt lrc,n' Yrmand each of you defendants, are re quired to answer said petition on or before Monday the 3d day of September. 1900. THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN. . ... A Corporation. J ITI lly II. S. HUlKley, Its Attorney. LAND OFFICE NOTICES. CONTKBT NOTICI5. " U. H. Lnnd Ofllce, North rinlte, Neb. . , , . . . June 'M, lime. A Kiinicleut contest nlllilavit IiuvIiik been lllod In llila Dlllce by John Jiledel, of Hnnnnuth, Neb.. cnnteatanl, r.Knhmt Timber Culture Entry tin. 1.1.IS7. nmilo October 5, 1KM), for Mmtli half of Miiutlieu.t iimrter, wnilh Imlf of MiniliweHt iiunrter of FPctimi 31, tmvnilil IS, ranee I'll weM, by (leorKu A. Trnvm, conlestee. In Od h It U nl. It-xeil that (ItiurKoA. Trnvers lins fulled to iilnutto treej, ee.U or ciitlluK. or cultivate any .art of wild tract Maco July, lhfl;t, ami from tlm iimiear snce of the land nt thnt date there Ima never been tnybrenklnKornlaulliur done on unlil tract and jnid defects exlot to lids dale, enid partlen are hereby notlfled to appear, roppoml anil offer ov dence touchlnR fold alleuation nt 10 o'clock. . m . on AiigUft 18, 11W0, before Itio r..l.ter and re! celyer at tho United State, laiul Office In North Platte, Uncohi county, Nebranka. The unlil couteMant bavlnit. in a nrnner nm dnvlt. Ilted June ."!. tWA), set ortU PfXUI?h f :r.W.i'!i" ",,er ,,u. ,'"" peruml .e "ice of J1W OEOItOE E. FRENCH. Hegiater.