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FRIDAY. SEPT. 14, 1900. 1RAL B ARB, Editor amd PBorniKTOB BUDSOniPTION BATK8. One Your, catb In adrancs, 91.2ft Sis Monthi, OMb In ftdrtnee 7B 0nU' nt9rdtbNorthPlMU(NebrMi)pottofflot oond-otMimnttar, Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. For President, WILLIAN MoKlNLEV. For Vico-Presldont, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. STATS. For Governor, CHARLES H. DIETRICH. For Lioutonant Governor, E. P. SAVAGE, For Soorotnry of Stnto, GEORGE W. MARSH. For Tronsuror. WILLIAM STEUFFER. For Auditor, CHARLES WESTON. For Attornoy Gonornl, FRANK N. PROUT. For Lnnd Cotnmiaionor, FRED D. FOLMER. For Sunt, of Public Instruction, W. K. FOWLER, Prooldontlnl Eloctorfl. JOHN F. NE3BITT, R. 13. WINDHAM, EDWARD ROYSE, L. W. HAGUE, S. P. DAVIDSON, JACOB L. JA' OBSON, JOHN L. KB .NEDY, JOSEPH L. LANOER. For CongroBfl, Sixth District, MOSES P. KINKAID. COUNTY. For County Attornoy. H. S. RIDGLEY. LXaULATTVE CANDIDATES. The republican conventions at Sidney last Tuesday nominated two strong and excellent men for the legislature, and their election is sure to follow. Sen' ator E. D. Owens, who was re nominated, made a clean record and proved a hard worker in the senate two years ago, and with the advantage of the experience of that term, he will be in a posi tion to do even more effective work in the coming session. Mr. Owens' push and intelligence, to gether with the spirit of fairness which he at all times exercised, made him a favorite in the senate and he was one of the recognized leaders of that body. lie goes before the voters with a good record and will undoubtedly rc ceivc a larger majority than he did two years ago. John E. Evans, of this city, who received the nomination for representative, did not seek the honor, it came to him unsolicited, and was bestowed upon him by reason of his fitness and popular ity. Mr. Evans has been a rest dent of Lincoln county for a quarter of a century and has ever proven a progressive and enterprising citizen. In the politics of western Nebraska he has always been an important factor, his stalwartism and stead fast adherence to republican principles .being at all times worthy of emulation, and in local politics he has always proven to be a sound advisor. He has filled several positions with much credit. In the early 80's he was elected county clerk, and discharged those duties faithfully. He occupied the position of deputy under Secre tary of State Piper and proved a valuable man in the position. Last year he was selected as state commander of the Grand Army and as such won many good words by the earnest work he performed. Mr. Evans has a state wide acquaintance and ' this of itself will prove a great advantage to him in his duties as a legislator, and the influence which this acquaintance wil bring will add to the effective ness of the work which he can do for his particular district. We feel confident that the republi cans of the district will heartily support Mr. Evans, and that he will receive many votes from populists and democrats. The legislative ticket is al right; let all republicans work ,jor us success. Democrats arc entitled to all the comfort they can get out of the result of the Maine election. The republican majority in that state does not show as much of a slump as did the democratic majority in Arkansas two weeks 0. .,. . - m - -f- Gicnkhal Chaiiiji3 has orders o'removc the troops from China as soon as they arc no longer needed for the protection of American residents from rapine md slaughter. This is a strong- way for the govcrmcnt to ex press itself against the dismcm- )crmcnt of China. Tun fusionists arc growing desperate early in the campaign over the strength of Dietrich and the weakness of Poyntcr and ire resorting to all kinds of vile insinuations against the charac ter of the republican nominee. Butdo what they may, Poyntcr can not be saved, his defeat is certain and it will be well de served. Aktkk a season of painstaking figuring Collier's Weekly comes to the conclusion that Bryan can not be elected by any combina tion of states that can be induced to vote for him. Conceding to lim everything that is reason ibly doubtful, enough remain in the republican column to settle the election. This view, which is held so generally over the country, is vigorously com bated by the republican national committee, for the purpose, of course, of doing away with the apathy that has thus far pre vailed in the campaign. The committee wants to get out the votes of all the men who prefer a continuation of present condi tions to the uncertainties of a change, and allow reports of a disquieting character to leak out of Chicago two or three times a week, The committee docs not want the republicans of the na tion to go to sleep. Lincoln Journal. Always on the Wrong Sldo. Omaha Ilcc. In his speech at Youngstown Ohio, on Friday, Senator For akcr said that the democratic party has been on the wronirside of every great question for more than fifty years. "Slavery was auousncu, uic union was pre scrveu, tnc constitution was amended, our finances were rc established, specie payments were resumed, our credit was restored and prosperity was ! 1 1... it... " i 1? uuiiiu uuivurM.u uy uic repuoii can partv," said the Ohio senator "not only without the help of the democratic party but in spite ol its bitter and determined op position. " This is unotit-stion- able. The statesmanship that U.S.. i! i ii. ia in. uic whs iiiuiuit great in material power and in moral in- llucnce has been republican statesmanship and every achieve ment for national progress has been won against the most deter mined democratic opposition. This is familiar to every in telligent student of our politics! history for the last half a ecu tury. There has not been ; irre.it question durinir that ner lod, tilVeetintr the well-beinir o the goverment and people, as to which the democrats have not been on the wrong side. In 1864, in the midst of the civi war, that party declared that the effort to put down the rebellion was a failure. After the war it opposed every proposition for tnc reconstruction ot the union It denounced as unconstttutionn the issue of paper currency bv the government to carry on the war and later opposed the legis lation that made this currency as good as gold. The policy o protection, under which the United States has attained in dustrial pre-eminence and Amer ican labor has reached a hicrher standard than that of any other country, has been always fought .urn is sun opposed by tnc dem ocratic partv. During all this period it has ocen tnc party ol obstruction and reaction and it is as distinct ly so now as at any previous tunc. It is not less unsound now in regard to the currency than it was thirty years ago; it is equal ly hostile to protection; it puts tself in the path of national pro gress and with even greater )oldncss and recklessness man ever bctorc it maitcs war on established institutions, even threatening to take from the highest judicial tribunal its in dependence and subject it to the party will. In all tnese years the democratic party has taken no posuion which was juaiiuvu by events; has made no pro phecy that was fulfilled. This is notably true ot tnc last eightyears. That party came into power in 1892, when the country was prosperous. It gave us a tariff law that brought with it industrial stagnation and business depression. In 18 it assailed the gold standard, de- f , j. r r , manueu tnc irec coinage oi sa ver and prophesied immeasur able disaster if that demand was rejected. The people would not be again fooled and events lave shown how false was the democratic position and prophe cies. A partv that has been uni- brmly wrong upon every great question has no claim upon the popular confidence. In view of past events what faith can be placed in the judgment of the democratic party regarding present questions Where is the wisdom or the statesman ship in the democracy at this time which gives it a superior claim to the support of the Amer ican people? Miss Nellie Sullivan, SC TKACMKll OF PIANO, MANDOLIN, X AND HARMONY, At Mr. James Hart's. LAND OFFICE NOTICES. TIMllEIl OtJI.TIjltK FINAL PIIOOF- NOTICE POIl rUIlIjIOATION. Land Olllco at North l'lnllo. Neb, Auuust Bill. 1900. Nntlco Is horobr ulvon Hint Henry Luhr. Well fleet, Neb., linn tiled nntlco of Intention to ranko llnnl nrnnf before reulster anil receiver at their nlllco In North l'lntto. Neb., on Frldny. the '21 ct ilnv of Hootombnr. 1000. on tlmbor cult iro appli cation No. 12.0(17, for the east half southwest qunrtor ami mmthweat qunrtor foutheatt quarter and Kouthennt quarter northwest quarter ot section No. 3.1, In township No, IU north, rnn,;e no. au west, no names as wnnessos, itocirrey lueinow, Fritz Hosier. Frederick Kruiter. ot Wollltuet. Nob, and John 1- olehort, ot jicno, Net). nil) ukoxiuk K, FniNCit, IlcRlster, NOTICE FOU I'UUUOATION. Land Ofllco at North l'lnttii. Neb,, Auuust 15. HtlO. Nntlco Is hereby nlven llinttliu foltowluir-named puttier linn filed notice of his Intention to make flnnl proof In support ot his claim, and that snld proof will be muds before lleglater aud lteeelver M North l-inito, noo., ontomemuer.uu, ivuu, viz (li;UllllK N. BTKWAHT. who made hmuemend entry No. 10789 tor the west halt of northeast quarter and el halt ot northwest quarter or section au, townsnipu norm rnniro 30 went. He unmet) the following wltnessos tn prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of snld lnnd, viz: K, I,. Garrison, William Htuo, Fred lienor, va uonulitson, or Norm finite, Net). (1174). OKO. E.FHENOH, IlJulster, TIMUEH OULTtlltK, FIN Al. PltOOF-NOTIOE FOn I'UUUOATION. Laud Ofllco at North I'lntlu, Nob. September 10th. 1JO0. Notice In hereby ulvon that Oeorue II. Hind has tiled nntloo of Intention to make flnnl proof before reulster and recelvor at Hi Ir olllco In North rlntti, Neb., on Friday the lU.h day of Octobor, 1000, on limber culture appllaiuon No, 11.707. fnr the northeast quarter of section No, 1!U. In township No. 12, north rnuco No, SO west, no names an witnesses: jamos iv. urow, jmues 0. Orow, William W. Hunter, Oooruo E. l'romor, all ot North natto, nod. 100 UKonus K. FitSHCli, It .'ulster. LEGAL NOTICES. Legal Notioe. Tliu defendants E. Q. Ilrinohor, - Ilatichor his wifo first nnmo unknown and Johu Doo truo nnmo unknown, wi tnko notice that ou tho 27th tiny of August, 1000, tho plnintiir, Tho County or Lincoln, n corporation, moil lla noti tlon In tho diotrict court ot Lincoln county, NobrnHko, tho objoct nnd prnyor ot which iri to forcoloi-o cortain tux lioiiP, duly nuucBuod by emit! jilnintilT rigninet tho south luiir ot tuo nortliwoBt of tl northonst qunrtor of sootion 32, in town Hliip ii, norm or rnno nit, wont or tin Sixth nrlncipnl tnorhlinn, Nebraska, fo tho yonr 1891 in tho buui of 15,0C: for tho yonr 1895 in tho Bum of 15.08; for tho yonr la'ju ui mo Btitti or 1U.9U; to tho yonr 1897 in the Bum of fi.33: for th yonr 1893 in tho sum of l.GO; for tho yonr 1899 in tho sum ot 1.97; nmountinK in tho totnl sum of U78 27; with httoroat nt tho ruto or ion nor con t por milium from tho 3lst dny ot July, 1900, nil of which is duo nntl unpniil, IMaintltT nrnya n dooroo of foroclosuro ot snlu tax lion ntul n snlo of snld prom ietui, You anil onch ot you defondnnta nro roquirod to nnBwor rmld petition on or hoforo Monday, tho 29th dny ot Octobor TUB COUNTY OP LINCOLN. A Corporal ion, Hill Ky H. S. Ridgloy, ita Attorney, riMlV, COMMISSIONER OF PUHLIC 1. Lnnda mid Duildinua will oltci about 7,500 ttoren ol sohool lnnd for lonso ut public miction at North Platte nt tho County TronBuror'e olllco, boginnlnK nt n. in.. Sentombor 2tf, lOlK). undor th following provisions ot tho now school inntt inw: "If. after aslnir duadlltueuco to lease snld land nt an annual rental of six per cent upon tho appraised valuiitlou, the Commissioner li- unable tn do so, lie luay ofter the snuio for lease at lean than tho appraised valuation nnd lento It to the person or pcmou who will pay six per cent on tho hluboit ottered valuation, a antiunl renin), If, In his Judument, It In to the boat tutored) of the note to nooept euclt bid," Porsona dofiirintr to oxnmino tht lund to bo louBotl mny Roouro llata of th eauio BiinwliiK tho present itpprattoniont uioroor, uawoii nanny oihor infon intlon upon nppiicnuon to mo County 1'rona uror, or by nddrosalnp; thoCommif ioner, nt, xjiucoiii. uio uoL'innitiir or mo miction, tho Commissioner will clndlv nnawor nil inquiries lu rotrnril to the Bcnnoi innn DUBtnoss or tho workings of uio now law, Skin Diseases When the excretory ortrnna fail to earrv off the waste material from the system, there is on abnor mal accumulation of efTctc matter which inis poison is cameu uirougn tuc Rcncral circulation to an parto ot me oouy, anu upon rencinng the 6kin surface there is n redness and eruption, and by certain peculiarities we recognize Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Erysipelas and many other slcln troubles, more or less severe. While the skin Is the scat of Irritation, the real disease Is In the blood. Medicated lotions and powders may allay the itching nnd burning, but never cure, no matter how long nnd faithfully luiumutu, uuu iuc uuuuuioii is oiicn oggravaicu anu skiii pcmianentiy mjurcu uy iuck use. The disease is more man skin deep; the entire clrcniallM is polswel. The many preparations of arsenic, mercury, potash, etc s. s. s nature's own remedy, made effectually cures blood and skin troubles, because it goes direct to the root of the disease nnd stimulates and restores normal, healthy action to the different organs, cleanses and enriches the blood, nnd thus relieves the system of all poisonous secretions. S. S. fa. cures permanently because it leaves none of the original poison to rc ferment lu the blood nnd cause a fresh nttnek. S xSiIll Healthy blood is necessary to preserve that clear, smooth skin and beautiful com B KB plcxion so much desired by nil. S. S. S. can be relied upon with certainty to keep Br 4K tuc blood in perfect order. It has been curing blood and skin diseases for half a cen tHw BLLW tury no thcr medicine can show such a record. Hj kllBL ' ' ' cont(lu,s 110 Piso,tic-us minerals is purely vegetable and harmless. WH WJjPR ur mc(l'cal departmeqt Is In charge of physicians of Targe experience in treating WbJS hMMSv blood nnd skin diseases, who will take pleasure in aiding by their advice and direction all v9Q9r CsRsjr who desire it. Write fully and freely about your case; your letters arc held in strictest "r'1" confidence. We make no charge whatever for this service. Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases will be cent free upon application. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA, CA. LKQATj notice. The (lefcntlantH Helen M. Humphreys, (Implcatleil with I.. II. Jcvvctt, ct al.,)wlll take notice that on the lfltli day of July, lDOO, the plarntirt, The County of Lincoln, a corporation, tiled Its petition In the dltrlct court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the ob- ect and prayer 01 wnicn m to ioreciosc cer aln tax liens, tlulv riHScsHuil bv said plaintiff against the northwest quarter of section I, in township 1 1, north of ratifretit), west of the Sixth principal meridian. Nebraska, for the year ln3 In the sum of tl'.VJl: for the year lH9l In the sum of frO.S.V for the year I wis in tnc sum of 110.77: tor the year ibuo Itilthe sum of 512.11: for the year ltt71u the sum of $12.21; for the year 1BU8 In the sum ot tio.20; lor the year wvv in tne suui 01 ttf.so: amountltiK In the total sum of tl00.47: with Interest at the rate of ten ncr cent per annum from the llrst day of Slay, 1000, an 01 wnicn is tiuc anu unpaid. l'latntin prays a ttccree 01 lorcciosure of said tax loin, and a sale of said prem ises, You and each of vou defendants arc re quired to answer said petition on or before Monday, tnc mm nay 01 ucioucr. imu THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation. nil ny H, S. ItldKlcy, Its Attorney LEGAL NOTICE. The defendants llurnh.itn Tullevs ii Co.. Lvdla Ilattv and Chloc Slsson. administra tors of the estate of Cornelia W. Kctchum, deceased. W. J. Gaw and brother, and John Doe, true name unknown, (Impleaded with John A. LatiRdon, ct. al.,) will take notice, that on the 10th day of July, HKX), the plaintiff, The County of Lincoln, a corporation, tiled Its petition In the district court nt Lincoln county, Nebraska, the objoct and prayer of which is to foreclose certain tax Hens, duly assessed by said plaintiff acatnst the west half of northeast quarter and east half northwest quarter of section 18, In township II, north of range SO, west ot me nixin principal meridian, Ne braska, for the year 1H9-! In the;smn of i!7,4l: for the vcarlHOJln the sum of ltl 80: for the year IH9I In the sum of JI7.'-1: for the year ITO in the sum of JI7.02: for the year 1H0O lu the sum of $!.r8; for the year 1807 In the sum of fa 3d; for the year 1808 In the sum of J17.ni; 1 or uic year lew 111 me sum 01 fc.-u.i'i; amounting tn the total sum of f.'UtU'a; with Interest at the rate of ten per cent per an num irom tne nrst iny ot a: which is due and unpaid. 1'laliitlff oravs n decree of foreclosure 01 said lax liens, aim a saie ot saui pi em ises. You and each of vou defendants, arc re quired to answer said petition on or before Aionuay tnc unit tiay 01 uciouer, ivuu. A Corporation, st I Uy 11. S. JlldKley. Its Attorney. LEGAL NOTICE. The defendants Minerva Mood, Hlood her husband, llrst name unknown, and Johli IJoe, true name unknown, will take notice that on the S'ta, day of August, 1000, the plaintiff The County of Lincoln a corporation, tiled its Its petition In the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the object and prayer of which Is to foreclose certain tax liens, duly assessed by said plaintiff against the south west quarter of section 15, In township 12, north of ranee 30, west of Sixth principal meridian, Nebraska, for the year 1803 In the sum of $9.30; for the year 1801 In the sum of (8.C0; for the year Ib05 In the sum of M.31, for the year IbOO In the sum of for the year 1807 In the sum of (7.05! for the year 1808 lu the sum of 17.01; for the year 1800 In the sum of $7.13, amounting in the total Bum of (77.37: with Interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the :ilst day of July, 1000, all of which Is due and unpaid, IMaintltT prays a decree of foreclosure of said tax Hen and a sale of said premises. You and each of vou defendants are re quired to answer said petition on or before Monday, 29th day of October. 1000. THE COUNTY OK LINCOLN, A Corporation, Bl-U Uy 11. S. Uldclcy, Its Attorney. LEGAL NOTICE. The defendants Nathan McGcc, McQce his wife, llrst name unknown, aud John Do: true name unknown, will take notice that on the 27th day of August, 1000, the plaintiff, The Countyof Lincoln, a cor. poratlon, tiled its petition In the district court of Lincoln comity, Nebraska, the object and prayer of which is to foreclose certain tax Ileus, dulv assessed by said plaintiff against the Hiiutlieast quarter section II, In town ship 12, north 01 ranue 30, west of the Sixth principal meridian. Nebraska, lor the year lhOl in the huiii otHH W.tor the je.tr Itmiuthc sum of J0.:i5, lor the year I801) in the sum of )I0.1'8, for the year 1807 In the sum ot tO.OI; for the yenr 1808 In the sum ot v:M: tor the year 1800 In the sum of 40. til, amounting the total sum of $70,:i0; with interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum troin the Hist nay of July, 1000, an ui which is uue aud un upaltl, l'latut laintlff nravs 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 011 or before Monday, the 20th day of October, tooo. i tin vuunn ui-- i.iwui.rt, A Corporation. sill Hy It, S. WdKley, its attorney. Legal Notlco. Tho dofondnnts Out ivuu Robertson, Itobortfon his wifo first utuno un known, mid John Doo truo nnmo un known, will tnlco notico thnt ou tho 27th dny of August, 1900, tho plnlntilT, Tito County ot Lincoln, u corporation, filed its potition in tho district court ot Lin coln county, NobrnflUn, tho obj'oct n-d prnyor of which is to foreclose cortniti tnx liens duly nssrFBod by putd plninfllT nRitlnst tbo southennt quarter of Bortiou 30, in township 12, north ot rnngo 30, west of tho Sixth priucipni moridimi, Nobrnskn, for tho yonr ln9."i in tho buui of 810.02; Tor tho yonr 1690 In tho buui ot 8.41); for tho your 1897 lu tho buui ot 0,08; for tho your 1898 In tho buui of 5.80; for tho your 1899 m tho Bum ot G.89; nmountinu in tho totnl sum of 817.08; with intoroHt nt tho rnto ot Ion por cut por nnnutn from tho 31st dny of July, 1900, nil of which la duo nnd unpaid. Plaintiff prnyB u docroo of .Voolosuro of snid tux lion nnd n ettlo of Biiid prom ises. You und onch of you dofondnnts nro ronulrod to nnswor miid potition on or bof oro Mondny, tho 29th dny of October, 1900. THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation, sill By ii S. Ridtfloy, its Attornoy. poisons and clogs the blood, and It becomes not only do not cure of roots, herbs nnd barks, of crcat purifying and tonical properties, quickly and Legal Notlco. Tho dofondnntaClnronco K. ljuShollo, La Rliolln bin wlfn flraf nnma 1111. known, nnd John Doo truo nnmo un known, will tnltn nntlf-n flint. n t)n 07t, dny ot August, 1900, tho plnlntilT, Tho ujuuvj ui xjiuuuiu, 11 corporation, iiueu iiH petition in mo uistrict court ot ljin coin county, Nobrnsltn, tho obj'oct nnd prnyor or wnicn is to rorocloso corlnin tnx Hons, tllllv IIRRPKBimI liv cnirl nliilntllT ncrninst tho nnrthwnnt nnnrl nr nt nnnt Inn 5, in township 1(5, north of rnngo30, west 01 uio oixiti priucipni moriutnn, no brnsltn, for tho yenr 1895 in tho sum of $'1.07; for tho yenr 189G In tho sum of 1.37; for tho yonr 1897 in tho sum of '2.17; for tho yonr 1893 in tho sum of 2.80; for tho yonr 1899 In tho sum of 188; ntnounting In tho totnl Bum of 119.12; with intorost nt tho rnto of ton por cent por unnum from tho 31st dnv of July, 1900, nil of which is duo and uupuiu. PinintifT prnys n docroo of foreclosure of enid tnx lion nnd n snle of snld prom isos. You nnd oncli of you dofondnnta nro roquirod to nnswor snid petition on or boforo Mondny, tho 29th tiny of October, THE COUNTY" OP LINCOLN, A Corporation. el44 By II, S. ItidKloy, its Attornoy. Logal Notice. Tho dofondnnts Dolbert E. Mnllotto nnd Cnrrio Mnllotto his wifo, will tnko notico thnt on tho 27th dny of August, 10K), tho phintilf, Tho Countyof Lin coln, n corporation, iilod its potition in tho district court of Lincoln county, No brafltn, tho objoct nnd pruyor of which is to forcoloso cortnin tnx lions, duly nesosBod by Bmd plnlntilT ngainst tho onst hnlf of southwest qunrtor nnd west half of eouthonst qunrtor of section 21, In township 1(5, north of raupro 30, west of tho Sixth nrincinnl mondinn. No- I brnskn, for tho yonr 1890 in tho aura of ?amoK. t a i. imt .1 . i.u.oci, iut inu yuur iovi in itiu buui ui 7. C2; for tho yonr 1898 in tho sum of 8. G1; for tho yonr 1899 in tho Bum of 0.32; nmountinK in tho totnl sum of 839.G8; with intorost nttho rnto .of ton por cent por nnnutn from tho 3l8t day of Juy, VJd'J, nil of which is duo nnd unpaid. PlnlntilT prnys n docroo of foroclosuro of Bmd tnx iiou und n snlo ot Buid prom isoa. You und onch of you dofondnnts nro ronuired to nnswer snid potition on or boforo Monday, tho 29th dny of Octobor, 1900. THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation, Bill By II. S. Ridgloy, its Attorney. Legal Notice. Tho dofondnnta Franklin E. Johnson, Johnson, his wifo, llrst nnmo unknown nnd John Doe, truo nnmo unknown, will tnko notico thnt on tho 27th dny of August, 1900, tho plnintifT, Tho County of Lincoln, n corporation, filed ita potition in tho diatriot court ot Lincoln county. Nobrnskn, tho object nnd prnyor of which is to foreclose cor tnin tnx lienB duly n8?oesod by snid plnintifT ngninst tho southwest qunrtor of Section 17, in Township 11 north, of Rtngo 30, west of tho Sixth principal mondinn, Nobinskn, for tho yonr 1891 in tho Bum of 88.12: for tho yonr 1895 in tho Bum of 88.01; for tho yt-ur 189G in tho sum or 9.45, for tho yonr 1897 in tho aum of 7.25; for tho year 1893 in tho hiiui ot 4.88; for tho yonr 1899 in tho Bum ot 3.93; ntnounting in tho totnl Bum ot $50.0 1, with intorost nt tho rnto of ton por cent per nnnum from tho 31st day of July, 1900, nil of which is duo und unpaid. PlnintifT prnya n decroo of foro closuro ot Bnid tnx lien nnd u sulo ot Bit it promisoa. You nnd onch of you dofondnntn nro roquirod to nnswer snid potition on or boforo Mondny, tho lfitii dny of Octobor, 1900. THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Corporation, bII By H. S. Ridgloy, its Atty. Legal Notice. Tho dofondnnta A.R. Millor, llrst nnmo unknown, Impleaded with Emmn J.Fronr will tnko notico thnt on tho lGth dny of July, 1900, tho plnintifT, Tho County of Lincoln, a corporation, filed ita potition In tho district court ot Lincoln county, Nobrnskn, tho objoct nnd pruyor of which is to fore-clodo certain tnx liens duly neseBsed by Bnid plnintifT ngninst tho northonst qunrtor of Boctiou 22, in township 9, north of rnngo 26, west of tho Sixth prinoipul mondinn, Nobrnskn, for tho yonr 1891 in tho Bum of 10.77; for tho yonr 1895 in tho buid ot 9.51; for tho vonr 189(1 in tho sum of 7.31; for tho yonr '1897 in tho sum of 12.21: for tho yenr 1898 hi tho sum of 10.93; for tho vonr 1899 m the Bum of 87 80; ntnounting in tho totnl sum of 874.57, with Interest nt tho rnto of ton por cont por nnnum from tho llrat tiny of rany, iuuu, nil ot wnion is duo and unnnid. PlnintifT prnyB n dooreo of foroclosuro of stun tnx lion nun u Bit 10 ot sniu prom Isos. Yon nnd onoh ot you defondnnta tiro required to nnswor snld petition on or bororo Momluj, tho lotli uny 01 ucto bor, 1900. THK COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Corporation, ell By II. S. Ridgloy, its Atty BOUT and ttoid. skin diseases, but soon ruin the digestion Legal Notico. Tho defondnnta Z. J. Hostottor, first nnmo unknown, Hoatottor, hla wife, first nnmo unknown, (implendod with Jnoob Hostottor, deconsod, ot. ui.,) will tnko notioo thnt on tho 25th dny of Juno, 1900, tho plnintifT, Tho County ot Lincoln, n corporation, filed ita potition in tho district court of Lincoln county, No brnskn, tho obj'oct nnd prnyor of which is to forooloso cortnin tnx liens duly nssosod by Bnid plnintifT ngninst tho Bouthonst qunrtor ot section 8, in township 13, north of rnngo 33, west ot tho Sixth "incipnl meridian, Nobrnskn, for tho jvlir 1894 in tho buui ot 811.20, for tho yonr 1895 in tho Bum ot 11.33; for tho yonr 189G in tho sum of 11,10; for tho yonr 1897 in tho Bum of 11. 30; for tho yenr 1893 in tho BUtn of 8.81; for tho yonr 1899 in tho sum of 5.18; nmounting in tho totnl sum ot 871.99; with intorost nt tho rnto of ton por cont por nnnum from tho first dny of Mny 1900, nil of which is duo nnd unpntd. PlnintifT prnyB n docroo of forecloauro ot snid tnx loin nnd n snlo of Bold prom ises. You nnd onch of you dofondnnta nro required to nnswor snid potition ou or before Mondny, tho 15th dny of Octo bor, 1900. THE COUNTY Or LINCOLN, A Corporation, all By II. S. Ridgloy, its Atty. Legal Notice. Tho dofondnnts Holon M. Humphreys (Impleaded with L. II. Jowottot.nl.) will tnlco notico that on tuo loth tiny ot July. 1900, tho plnintifT, Tho Countyof Lin coln, a corporation, filed ita potition in tho District Court of Lincoln County, tNoornaita, tho object anu prnyor ot which is to forooloso certniu tnx liens, duly assessed by snld plnintifT nguinst tho southwest ounrtor of section 1, town ship 14, north of range 30, west of Sixth principal meridian. JNournskn, for tne yonr 1893 in the Bum of 88.72; for tho yonr 1894 in tho sum of 8.25; for tho yenr 1895, in tho sum ot 8.98; for tho yenr lsub, in tho sum ot 1- uo; tor too yonr 1897, in tho sum of 11.94; for tho yonr 1898, in tho sum of 10.20; for tho yonr 1899, in the sum of 7.23;inmounting in tho total sum ot 888.51; witli intorost nt tho rnto of ton por cont per nnnum from tho first day of Mny, 1900, nil ot which is duo nnd unpaid. PlnintifT prays a docroo of foroclosuro of snid tax lions aud a snlo of snld prom ises. You nnd onch of you dofendnntB nro roquirod to nnswor onid potition on or boforo Monduy, tho 15th day of Octo bor, 1900. THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Corporation, all By II. S. Ridgloy, Ub Atty. Legal Notico. Tho dofondnnts D. E. Chnndler, first nnmo unknown, trustee (Imploudetl with A. B. Minor, ot. nl.) will tnko notico that on tho 10th day of July, 1900, tho plaintiff, Tho County of Lincoln, a corporation, iilod its petition in the district court of Lincoln county, Nobrnskn, tho object nnd prnyor of which is to forooloso cortuln tnx liens duly nssoBsod by snid plnintifT ngninst tho aouthoiiBt quarter of boo tion 21, in township 10, north of range 31,;wcst ot Sixth principal moridinn. Nobrnskn, for tho 1897 in tho Bum of 83.24; for tho yonr 1898 in tho Bum of 4.00. for tho yenr 1899 in tho sum of 3.13; amounting in tho totnl sum of 812 55; with interest nt tho rnto ot ton percent por unnum from tho 1st duy of May, 1900, nil ot which in duo nnd unpa id PlnintifT prnys a decree of foroclosuro of enid tnx loin nnd n snlo of Bnid prom ises. You nnd onoh of you dofondnnts aro roquirod to answor snid potition on or boforo Mondny, tho 15th day of Octo bor, 1900. THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Corporation. ei4 By II. S. Ridgloy, its Atty Legal Notice, Tho dofendnntB Nowbur, firat unrnu unknown, (wife, nnd implondod with John F. Now uurn, ot. nl.), will tnko notice thnt on the 10th duy of July, 1900, tho plnintifT, Tho County of Lidcoln, n corporation, Iilod its potition in tho diatriot court of Lincoln county, Nobrnskn, tho objoct nnd prnyor of which is to foreclose cortnin tns Hoob duly nssessed hy enid plniutiff ngninst thoonst hull Boutliwost quarter nnd west hnlf Bouthonst qunrtor of section 8, in township 15. north of rnngo 27, west of Sixth principal moridinn, Nobrnskn, f. r tho yonr 1891 in the Bum of 88. 13; for tho your 1895 in tho sum of 8.78; for tho year 1890 in tho sum of 11.30: for tho yonr 1897 in tho aum of 9.08; for the your 1898 in tho sum of 7.81; for tho yonr 1899 in tho Bum of 87.8G; nmounting in tbo totnl sum of 809.00; with Interest at tho rato of ton por. cent per nnnum from tho 1st dny of Mny, 1900, nil of whloh is duo nnd unpnld. PlnlntilT prnys a decroo of foroclosuro ot snid tnx loin nnd n buIo of said pretn ison. You nml onoh of you dofondnntfl aro required to answer Bnid potition on or bof oro Monday, tho 15th day of Octo ber, 1900. THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Corporation ell By H. S. Ridgloy, its Atty