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TUESDAY. SEPT. 25, 1900. 1RAL BARE, EDrron amd PBOPBirron SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One Year, cMhinadrau.ee, 11.29 Biz Months, oath In adranc 78 Gents' BUrdlhNotthPUtt(NbrMk)potoffloM ioond-clsimtUr. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. For President, WILLIAN MoKINLEY. For Vico-Presldent, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. STATS. For Oovornor, CHARLES H. DIETRICH. For Lloutonant Governor, E. P. SAVAGE, For Socrotnry of Stato, GEORGE W. MARSH. For Treasurer. WILLIAM STEUFFER. For Auditor, CHARLES WESTON. For Attorney General, ' FRANK N. PROUT. For Land Commlaionor, FRED D. FOLMER. For Sunt of Publio Instruction, W. K.. FOWLER, Presidential Electors. JOHN F. NE8BITT, R. B. WINDHAM, EDWARD ROY8E, L. W. HAGUE, 8. P. DAVIDSON, JACOB L. JA OBSON, JOHN L. KENNEDY, JOSEPH L. LANGER. For Congress, Sixth District. MOSES P. KINKA1D. For State Senator, IS. D. OWENS. For Representative, JNO. E. EVANS. COUNTY. For County Attornoy. II. S. RIDGLEY. The election of Dietrich, the re- publican candidate for governor is practically assured, and there 1b a strnntr feellnc amontr renubllcans in all parts of the Htate that Bryan's majority of four years ago will be wiped out and that McKin- ley will receive a small plurality. Cakdidaxks Evans and Owens 'were inOgalalla Saturday and at' tended tbc republican meeting held, there in the evening-, at which brris' Brown was the principal speaker. Though Keith county haB been' giving fusion majorities sjn. the past, there is reason .to'hope that this year the republicatiB-wil1 be' triumphant. Reports which come in'from this senatorial and representative dis trict, indicate that the republican nnaiorlties will be greater thin year than.tbey were in J898. If republi cans in central and eastern NebraB ka hold together as firmly aa will those of the west part of the state two republicans wilt represent Ne braska in the United States senate. The reason so many cattlemen are' going to vote for Dietrich for governor is made manifest when It is remembered that the Western Nebraska Stock association passed a resolution condemning Goveruor Poynter for pardoning so many of the thieves, to secure the arrest and conviction of whom the associa tion haB spent much time and money. Ainsworth Star Journal For fear Brother Copper may overlook it, his attention is called to. an editorial in the last issue of the Gothenburg Independent in reply to some statistics" which he recently published in his valuable paper. Unless Mr. Copper brings proof to support his statement some people will be ready to believe that he published the statements simpty as a democratic joke. " ' i a Mark Hanna, who is pictured by the fusionists as the only great moiiBtcr on earth, and who is re sponsible for every 111 which has be fallen the individual man during the past lour years, has arranged to make a number of speeches in Nebraska. ' This announcement will cause everv fuBioniBt to tukc to the woods for fear his balntly soul might be polluted by tbe very presence of this very bad man. Tue coming of Senator Hanna to Nebraska will be taken by the re publicans an cvidencetthat he does not consider Nebraska hopelessly lost to fusion, as he did four years ago, and is willing io help along the good cause of republicanism by making a few speeches in the state, Nebraska') electoral vote is not needed to elect McKinley, but a rout , of the fusiouists will go far toward her regaining the fair uame jie once possessed. in i nui The Philippine Insurgents En couraged the Same Way as Were the People f the South. Thoma A. linker, Confederate Soldier, Bays Northern Democratic) Sympa thy and Kncouragement Caused the Civil War. Omnha, Sept. 24. Thomas A. Baker of Memphis, Tcnn., was a confeder nto soldier during the civil wnr. In n recent letter, m which I16 sets forth his rensons why he ennuot support Brynn, ho Rtntcs the proposition ns It Is fair ly nnd squarely. Ho charges thnt the southern states would never have se ceded from the Union had It not been for the encouragement they received from the copperhead Democrats of the north, nnd, on this hypothesis, ho con eludes that Agulnaldo nnd his follow ers would never have taken up arms against the United States, and would not bo In arms now, wcro It not for tho encouragement they have re ceived from Bryan nnd other Demo crats. In the letter ne says: "I do not believe that the southern bor der, states would hare seceded from the Union In 1801 hut for the aid and comfort glrcn them by tho copperheads of the north. When one distinguished orator de clared that tho Union nrmy would hnve to march over the dead bodies of 40,000 Indi ana Democrats before they reached the south, tho moRnlOccnt utterance electrified Tennessee with hope. "Thousands of men hesitated upon the brink of the awful abyss. They loved the Union and hated tho abolitionists. Tho Union was n 'theory' entwined with bean tlf ill and patriotic sentiments. Slavery was n 'condition' In which wan Invested the hard earnings of a lifetime. At the su premo crisis enmo the promises of northern Democrats that they would not let us be hurt; their bitter denunciations of tho Re publican party. Tho south made tho leap. During the war we saw Indiana repl- ments nnd brigades march through the state of Kentucky. 'Tramp,' 'Tramp,' 'Tramp', they passed through Tennessee, Ocorgln and South Carolina. We never did learn how the poor fellows got over those 40,000 dead bodies of their Democratic friends and neighbors. Wo were fully per suaded they killed nnd raada n corduroy road of then, because the nntl-lmpcrlnl Itst of lndlnna said they would. "Our next hope after we got mixed up to' gether was that Kugland and I'rnnco would holp us for commercial reasons. Vnllnn dlghain, fiternnson and a thousand other copperheads like the good brethren who held up Joshua's arms, hcld'burs up by encour aging us to hold out a little longer, by do nounclng the war n 'falluro' and keeping us posted as to thu movements of our en emies. "This is all ancient history, but I, an old confederate, can see very readily lion tho antl-ltnpcrlnllst league can materially aid Agulnaldo and his crowd, Every old soldier, north and south, understands the forco of moral support. Unr wnr would hot hnre lasted three months but for north' crn Democratic encouragement, nnd I be lieve Agulnaldo would have been as ponco fulM citizen, as ponies, but for tno encour agemont ho tins received ' from tho sciltl mental traitors of tho nntl-lmpcrlnl lenguc.' ! 'IMPORTANCE OF VOTING. It Is highly Important that every Republican and every ono who be llovos In continuing prosperity, In maintaining good government, should go to tho polls and vote on election day. This Is all that is required to place Nebraska In that position whero nil tho world will know that she hps shakon off Populism nnd hus taken n position In tho rnnks of Republican states. The danger Is that the farmers and laborers, who constitute a lnrg per cent of Nebraska's total vote, will bo so bURlly engaged with their work nnd In such pcaco of mind that they will forgot or noglect to do tholr duty on election day. But, ono thing Is ccr tain, and thnt Is, that tho furmcr who Is getting good prices for his stock and crops nnd tho laborer who Is getting good wages nnd plenty of work, can not expect this to continue unless they go to tho polls In November nnd vote for tho candidates of the pnrty that has madu theso blessings possible. You cannot go to tho polls and vote tho Republican party out of power and then expect good times to continue, The Democratic party brought on tho hnrd times. Free trade nnd dctermln at Ion to contaminate tho standard cur rency of the nation frightened capital drovo money into oxlle, silenced enter prise, demoralized International coin morco nnd llually precipitated wide spread suffering and distress. To voto tho Democratic party back Into power would ho to bring back hnrd times This Is just ns certain ns It Is that night follows day. Tho farmer must bow In order to reap, and tho laborer must toll In order to enm money, Neither can do otherwise and expect satisfactory results. So, too, they must both voto with that party that gives them prosperity In order for them to have prosperity. They cannot voto wrong and expect things' to be right. They cannot voto for hard times nnd expect prosperity. Tho prhnnry object Is to voto and voto right. Simply becauso you uro satisfied with conditions Is no reason why you should remain nwny from tho polls. You should go there ami vote, thnt this grand era of unex ampled prosperity may lie continuous. It is highly Important that the Re publicans shall control tho next legis lature, Two United States senators nro to bo elected and other innttcrs of nlmost equal moment will come be foro that hotly. Should Nebraska Join tho Republican column of states It would mean much for her. It would attract capital for Investment nnd would, uven nt tho present low rnto of Interest, enable her peoplo to borrow money cheaper, becuuso throwing off Populism would bo n gunranty that Nebraska Is not n state that believes In repudiation. No ono suffers nioro from fear of repudia tion, bad fcollfxtton laws and conse quent poor credit than the borrower. The ono who loans may loan or not; nB he pleases. Tho borrower Is fre quently so situated that ho must bor row or suffer tho loss of tho savings of a lifetime. Confidence In tho hon esty nnd Integrity of tho borrower makes it possible for the latter to bo- euro loans nnd this, coupled with equi table collection laws, enables him to borrow nt a low rato of Interest It will bo observed, thercforo, that laws that nro Intended to restrain proper and cqultnblo adjustment of accounts between tho debtor nnd creditor, whllo they may cause tho creditor somo nn- noynnce, nro Infinitely more Injurious to the dobtor, for they not only limit his credit, but they require him to pay higher Interest rates on every, dollar ho borrows. Popullstlc tendencies In this direction hnve In tho past cost tho state of Nebraska millions of dollars. CONTINUES TO PILE UP. Evidence of Republican prosperity continues to pile up. Farm products have advanced In price,, laborers em ployed nt Increased wngos, new homes aro being bought, mortgages paid oft and the transition carries with It n happy change In tho financial and In dustrial conditions of nil classes. Few farmers, perhaps, really understand what It means to them In tho way ot good prices for their products for the laboring people to bo employed at good wages. Statistics show that under tho Mc Kinley law moro than $11,000,000 wcro pnld out In wages evory Satur day afternoon to the laboring peoplo of tho United States. Under tho opera tions of tho Wilson law, a Democratic measure, the total amount thus paid out fell to less thnn $10,000,000 per week, or a shrinkage of $22,000,000 per week. Under tho McKinley law moro thhn $2,000,000 were Invested In new bust- noss enterprises, furnishing employ mcnt to 122,000 laborers. Under the Wilson law moro than $300,000,000 wcro withdrawn from uso In commer clnl and manufacturing Industries nnd nearly 280,000 men were thrown out of employment Under tho Wilson lnw tho bnlancc of trade against the United States in the 15 months tho lnw was in operation amounted to tho sum of moro thnn $70,000,000. Under tho present ltcpub llcnn tariff law (tho Dlngley lnw) the balanco of trado In favor of tho United States for the last fiscal year amounts to tho enormous sum of $5-14,000,000. Tho cstlmntcd Increase In tho value of live stock, comparing tho market prices of today with four years ago, Is more than $000,000,000, and tho estl mated Increase in the vnluo of farm land and In tho market prlco df farm cereals, on n similar comparison , Is $550,000,000, making the totnl profit, 6r gain to tho fr.rmers of tho ...Uulted Stat.es for tho Inst four years moro than $1,150,000,000. ' ' The Increase In bank deposits inr'sp- called farming stntes; states llko Ntf' braska, Is moro-thnn.GO potSceht, whllo Interest charges In the samo state have.' been reduced fully 40 per cent. , , , Governor Poynter nnd tho fusion newspapers, as well ns nil tho itnt'lon lenders, aro painfully silent on the're- port thnt at tho end of Poynter's term there will be a deficit or shortage in tho public funds of no less than $100,- 000. Their answer to this Is abuse of1 Re publicans, but abusing Republican? will hnrdly satisfy tho taxpayors,, who wJll havo to pay the bill. Tho fusionists have boasted of tho saving they havo mado in mnunglng tho state institutions. Four years ago they pointed to tho amount asked and appropriated by tho legislature. Two years ago thoy camo to tho legislature with a demn.nd for moro money thnn hnd ever beforo been required, and with a lnrgo deficiency nnd nny number' of unpaid claims. Tho legislature two years ago, not only made a largo de ficiency appropriation, but appro prlatcd more thnn $2,000,000 for tho two yenrs ending In 1001. All this hns been squandered nnd It will require $100,000 moro to pay unpnld bills and labor claims. Tho shortage In the penltenttnry fund alone will amount to at least $25,000. There aro a', least 11 Institutions thnt will como !n with shortnges ranging all tho way from $3,000 to $10,000, nnd In somo cases It will ho even larger, This amount, added to tho amount appropriate-;, will run the expense In maintaining theso Institutions to a higher flguro thnn ever beforo lu the history of tho state. If Poynter's ad ministration hns been n success In any thing it is in increasing tho hardships of tho taxpayers. From tho governor down there Is not a depart inert of tho stato government that has not increased tue expense from whut It was under Republican rule. What makes bad matters worse Is that the state Is not receiving a dol lar lu Interest on tho $200,000 school fund. This alone represents a loss of over $4,000 n yenr to tho state. It Is a fact, proven by tho olllclal records, that the Poynter ndmlnlstrn tlon, sny nothing of Its depravity nnd general weakness, has cost tho stato more money than nny other since tho Ktnto'B oxlRtwee. Under the Wilson-Gorman law which Bryan helped to frame nnd pass tho loss In vnluo of farm products wan $4,283,000,000. Under tho Dlngley law tho Increase hi value of farm products haB been $0,358,000,000. Tho railroads of tho country last yenr paid railroad employes $77,000,000 more lu wages than In 1895, when the WllHon-dorman law, which Bryan helped to mnke, was In force. Twleo as many cigars are lu'lng con sumed now ns wore smoked In tho Democratic times of four years ago. An agreement has Its.,, r. au-! ! between Bryan and Crokcr in which Tammany's boss promises a cam paign fund of two million dollars to ocarry New York for the demo cratic candidate, and a contribution of one hundred thousand dollars to the democratic national cam paign fund. In return tor this liberal donation from the "plain people," Bryan promises that Croker shall be the undisputed dis penser of federal patronage in New York state, -and further agrees to appoint ex-senator Murphy Croker's bosom friend secretary of the navy. How docs such a com pact Rtrike the average sand hill populist, who worships Bryan as the friend of the "plain people.". Tim great strike in the anthracite coal region occupies the front page in big black type of every Bryanite paper. The temporary advance in the price of hard coal is hailed with delight at, proof positive of the disastrous effects of the gold standard and the conflict between the civil authorities of Pennsylvsnia and the embattled strikers isiubi' lantly pointed out as the effect of imperialism and militarism. This only goes to show that Bryan's political fortunes depend entirely upon the return of a tidal wave of calamity in some form. Bee. After completely distroying he Standard Oil trust and driving it deep in the earth, Attorney-General Smyth has now tackled the Argo starch company at Nebraska City, and in a few days it, too, will be a corpse. J. Sterling Morton, who has been of more benefit to Nebras ka than ten thousand such fellows ns Smyth could ever be, has been flayincr Smyth through his paper, and ns he is interested more or less in the starch company, Smyth nt temptB to get even by bringing suit against the company. m m m m mr rm m mm mmm mm. HMMPHHFYS VETERINARY SPECIFICS A. A. 1 FK Vims, Conscntlnm. Inflamma curzs J tl'jni, Lung l'ever, Alllk Fever. II. II.?PIMIAI.S. LamcncM, Injuries, cubes Uheuioatlim. C. C.IHOKK TIIIIOAT, Quinsy, Epizootic. cubes 5 Distemper. cuiucshV0KM8' nH 0'u,' K.B.irOUGIIR, Cotda. Influenza. Inflamed 'cvsri) Lungs, IMeuro-Pneuinonla. V. V. I COLIC. Dellyarhe. Wlnd-Dlown, cures ) Diarrhea, Dysentery. G.U. Prevents AII8CAII IMAGE. cuiuca KIDNEY dc BLADDER DIBOnDEnB. I.I. c MKIIV DIHEAHEn, Mance. Eruptions, juuuzz) uiccrs, urease rarcy., j. n. ( ii a ii ;!. ui i hi.tf, marina coal. cures ( Indigestion, btomaclt Htassers. GOo. each t Stable Cut. Ten BooclflM. Book. n.. sYT. I uruKKisw ur iwiit preuuu on receipt vi price. iiumpnreys- memcine uo., wr. wuiiams jonn Bto.. Her York. YtTKRimnT M akval Burr Vkvc nervous debility; VITAL. WEAKNESS and Prostration from Over- 'work or other causes. Humnhrevs' Homeormthla Sneolfln Ho. 8, in uso over 40 years, tho only ouccoumui rumaay. $1 per vial,or special package with powder,for $3 Bold by Pruttlat,, or icnl roil p!4 on r.celrl of rrlc. Ul-BrUUKlS'UIIP. CO., Cor. tTlllUa Jok. SU., K. Irs LEGAL NOTICE. Tho ilefenclntitft Wm. 11. Ilildobroncl. Tlllde. brand bis wife, flrxt nnmo unknown. Adelbalde Bchroctor, nnd John Doa, truo niirao unknown, will tnko nntlco thnt on the 4th dny ot Septem ber. 10OO. tho lilnlntlil. The County of Lincoln, a corporniinu, mod lie peutinn in ine unmet Court of Lincoln county. Nebrntkn, the object nnd prnyor of which Is in foreclnoe certain tax liens, duly ngsosKed by said plaintiff, OKalnet tno nortnenst nuartor or tsecuon 11, in Tnwnshlu 111. llnnuu :il wet of thi Sixth principal meridian. Nebrnskn, for the year 1893 In the sum SifA'SS or w; ror me yenr lsvi la mo sum oi the year IBM in tho sum of tlS.'Jl; for lhwi in tho sum of 15.70: for tho' yenr 18U7 in the sum of fS.ilO: fur the year lHlM In tbo sum ot ft). 13; ror tno yenr wj in tho sum or f3.su; ninouounR In the totnl sum of tSO.U; with Intorest at the rnto of tou-por cout per annum framthellth day or August, ivuo, an or wmcn is due anuunpnia. I'lnlutln nrnvs n deoreo or roroclosure oi said tax lien aud a snlo of (aid preinlf es, Yon nnd cneh of vou dofamlnnts nro renulred to ansvrer shUI (vntltlon on or bofore Monday, the Dili nny or November, iimj. Dated September ), ltKU. THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation, s214 Uy It, 8. nidRley, Us Attorney LEGAL NOTiCB. The dofcnilants Minerva 11100(1. Iilooil her husband, n rut name unknown. anil John Doe. true name unknown. will take notice that on the !i7th, day if All en t, 1D0I). tbc ulalntin The County of Lincoln i corporation, tiled Its ItH iH-'tltinn la the dlBtrlci court ot Lincoln county, Noliraska, Hie object and prayer of which" Is to foreclose certain tax Ileus, duly aH.scKued liy tald plaintiff ai;alii(st the ttnuth u I west iiuarter oi Hvciiou in. in lownnuip north of range 30, west ot Sixth principal meridian. Nebraska, lor the year imh in the sum of gii.au; lor the year imh in me sum of iH.m: lor tho vear lW.r lu the sum of ttUl, for the year IBM in the (turn ot t8.:s, for the year IHW7 in inc sum oi tT.w. ior tnc year lTOHin the sum ot 7.uij tor the year IW In the sum of $7. in, araounttiiK In the rate ot ten per cent tier annum from the ;iihi nay ot Jiuy, ivw, an ui wmcn in uue aim umi.ilil. Plaintiff nravs a decree of foreclosure or satil tax lien and a sale of satd premises. You and each of you defendants ate re quired to answer said petition on or before luouuay, ;in ciar oi ucioucr, itou. TUB COUNTY OV LINCOLN. A Corporation. hUI Hy It. S. HtdRley, Its Attorney rilllE COMMISSIONER OV PUBLIC x Lands and Buildings will offer about 7,500 acres of suhool land for leaeo at publio auction at North l'lutto at the County Treasurer's olllce, beginning nt On. m.. September 28, 1000, uudor tho following provisions of the new school laud law: "If. nfter urloi: diiodlllKeuco lolenrornld land. nt an nntiual reulnl ot ti per cout upou tho npprutsed valuation, tbo Commissioner Is uttnblo to do so, ho may oiler the snine for lonsa nt less tbuu tliu npprnlKud ultintliin and leaso It to the person or perxnusvwui villi pay mi per cent on mo ItiKUosi oiiKreu vaiuaiiuu, nn nuiiuni rental, u, in Ids JudKinent, It Is to tho best lutervsts ot tbe stato to accept such bid." Persons desiring to oxnuiino tho lands to bo loused mny secure lists ot tho samo, showing tho prosont anprnisoment thereof, ns woll as nny othor information, upon application to tu uouniy irons. ... i. i.i ,i,ri....,,ti.,. urur, ur uj iuumi'dciiuk iuuvuuiuiinriuiiui ut Lincoln. At the beginning ot tho miction, the Commissioner will Kindly nnswor nil inquiries in regnrd to tho school land bilBiiic& or tho wbrkltrgs of tl)6 tlbw law. Legal Notico. Tho defendants Clnrenci K.LaShelle, La Shollo his wife first name un known, and John Doo truo nomo un known, will tnko notico thnt on tho 27th n uis YY li a will Hi rvu uumuv ' " i ,inv nt Annual iivw thn nlnlntlff. Thn County of Lincoln, n corporation, fflled Its petition in tho district courtof Lin- coin county, Nebraska, tho object Rod prnyor of which Is to roreoiouo corwin tax lions, duly aBBoesod Uy Bntd pnnniiu ngnlnst tho northwest quarter of tectlon C, In township 1G, north of range 30, wost of tho Sixth principnl tnoridlnn, Ne braska, for tho year 1895 in tho sum of $3.57; for tho year 1890 In tho sum of 4.37; for tho year 1897 in tho sum of 2.17; for tho year 1898 in tho sum of 2.80; for tho year 1899 in tho sum of left; amounting in the total sum oi $10.42; with interest at the rato ot ten por cent per annum from tho 31st dny of July, 1900, nil of which io duo and unpaid, Plaintiff prays n docroo of foreclosure of said tax lion nnd a snlo of said prom ises . ou and each ot you dofendnnts nro required to answer said petition on or before Mondny. tho 29th day of Ootobor, 1UUU. THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Corporation. sl44 By II. 8. Ridgloy, ita Attorney, Legal Notice. Tho defendants Dolbert E. Mnllotto and Cnrrlo Mnllotto his wifo, will tnko notico that on tho Z7th Uiiy ot Aurusi. 1900, tho plQlntilr, Tho County or Lin coln, n cornorntion. tiled its petition in the district courtof Lincoln county, do- brafka. the obioct and prayer of which is to forecloEO certain tax liens, duly aseeesod by said plaintiff MRainst tho oast half of southwest qunrtor nnd west half of southeast quartor ot section -ii, in township 15. north ot range 30, wait tit tho Sixth principal meridian, Ne braska, for tho year 1890 in the sum of 810.85; for tho year 1897 in th sura of 7.G2; for tho yonr 1898 in t-ho Bum of 8.04; for tho yenr 1899 in tho Bum of 5.32; amounting in tho total aum of S39.G8: with interest nttho rate often por cont per nnnum from the 31st dny of tiu. i'jou. nil or which u aua nnu unnnid. Plaintiff nravs a decree of foreclosure ' i i u Ol aum nix nun uuu it niuu ui uiuu ju fin ises. You and onch of you defendants nro roouirod to nnswor snid petition oh or ooioro luuDuuy, nio -viu uuf ui uumjuoi, 1000. THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Cornorntion, sl41 By II. S. Ridgloy, its Att"rnoy. Legal Notice. Tho dofenduttiB Franklin E. Johnson, Johmon, his wifo, first nnmo unknown nnd John Doe. true namo unknown, will tnko notico that en tho 27th day of August, 1900, tho plaintiff, The County of Lincoln, a corporation, tiled its petition in the district court ot and prayer of which is to foreclose cer tain tnx liens duly assessed by Bald plaintiff aeainBt the southwest quarter of Section 17, in Township 11 north, ot Ritnge 30, west of the Sixth principnl meridian, .Nebraska, for the year 1894 in the sum of 8.12; for the year louo in the sum oi m.bit for the yenr uuu intne, sum ptu.io,, ror tne year 1807 n the Bum ofT.p; for tbe year 1BUS in tno sum or .; lor the year 1800 in the sum of 3.03; amounting in tlio totnl'Biim ot $50.01, with intorest nt the rate of ten por cent per annum from tho lst day of July, 1900, nil of which is duo and unpaid. PlaintltT prnys. n decroo of fore closure of said tax lien nnd a snlo of sni'l promises. lou and each or you defendants are required to auswer said petition on or I before Monday, tho 10th day or October, 1UUU. TUB COUNTY OP LINCOLN. A Corporation. s41 By II. S. Ridgloy, its Atty. Legal Notice. Tho defendants A.R. Miller, first name unknowo.iraplended with Emma J.Frear Y'VK?1...0. July. 1000. the plaintiff, The County of Lincoln, a corporation, tiled lis petition In the distriot court ot Lincoln county, Nobrnska, the object and prayer of which is to foreoloso certain tax liens duly assessed by said plaintiff against tho northeast quarter or section Si. in township 9, north ot rnngo 26, west of the sixth principal meridian, JNebrssKa, for tbo year 1894 in the sum of 10.77; for tho your 1805 in tbe Bum ot 0.54; for the year 1806 in tho sum of 7.31; for the year 1807 in the sum of 12.21; for tho yenr 1898 in tho sura or iu.uj; ror tbo year loUU in the sum of $7.86; amounting in the total sum of 974.57, with interest at tho rnto ot ton percent per annum from the first day of May, 1900, all ot whioh is duo nnd unpnid. Plnlntitr prays a decree, or roroclosuro or satu lax lion and a boio or said prom ises. You and oaoh ot you defendants nro renuirod to answer said petition on or beforo Monday, tho lutii day or Uolo- bor, 1000. THIS UUUni l UI1' l.lftUULiN, A Corporation. e44 By. II. S. Ridgley, ita Atty Legal Notice. Tlin ilofondnnta Octnvua ilnhnrtnon. Itobortson his wifo first name un- koown. and John Doo true namo un known, will tnko notico that on tho 27th dny ot Augut, 1000, tho plaintiff, Tho County ot Lincoln, a corporation, tiled its petition in the distriot court of Lin coln county, Nobroska, tho objeot ad nravor of wh oh b to rorocloso cortain tnx liens duly assc Bsod by enid plaintiff nu'itlDBt tbo southeast quartor ot eootlon 30, in township 12, north of range 30, west of tbo sixth principal meridian, Nobrnska, for tho year 1805 in tho eum of 810.02; for tho yoar 1896 in the sum ot 8.45; for tho year 1897 in tho sum ot 6.08; for tho yenr 1898 In tho sum of 5.80: for tho yonr 1899 in tho sum ot b.bU; nmounting lu tno toini sum or 817.08; with interest nt the rato ot ton nor cent por annum from tho Hist any ct July, 1900, nil of which is due and unpaid. Plaintiff prnyB a decroo of foreclosure ot Bald tax lion and n salo or said prom ises. You and each of you dofendnnts nro roouired to nnswor said potltion on or beforo Monday, tho "jjtn day or uctooor, 1000. TILE COUNTY OF LINCOLN, I sl44 Bv II. S. Rldiilov. Its AfnJTBoy. Legal Holloa. Tho defendants Z. J. Hostotter, first nnmo unknown, Hostetter, hit wife, first nnmo unknown, (tmploadod with Jncob Hostottor, deceased, ot, nl.,1 v ivu . T -' . - will tnltn notico that on the 25th day of June, 1900, tho plaintiff, The County pf Lincoln, a corporation, filed Its potitloniri tho distriot court of Lincoln county, Ne urnsita, tno oojeci una prnyor ui wmuu Is to foreclose certain tax liens duly nBsosod by said plaintiff ngoinst tho southeast quarter of section 8, In township 13, north of range 3J, west ot the Sixth principnl meridian, Nebraska, for the venr 1894 in tho sum of $11.20, for the yenr 1895 in the sum ot 11.335 for the year 1890 in tue sum oi 11.40; for the year 1897 in the sum of 11.30; for tho year 1898 in the 'sum of 8.84; for tho year 1899 In the sum of 5.18; amounting in the total sum of fri.uu; wun interest, ni iqo raw di wn per cent per nnnum from tho first day of May 1000, all of which Is due and unpnid. Plaintiff nrnvB rt decree ot foreclosure) of en id tax loin nnd a sale of Bald prom- You and each of you defendants nr required to answer said petition on or beforo Mondnv, tho 15th dny ot Ooto. bor, 1900. THE WUIll l ur Jjiriiuun, A Corporation. el4 Dy II. S. Kidgley, its Atty. Legal Notice, Tho defendants Holon M. Humphreys (Implendod with L. II. Joneitet.nl.) will take notico that on tho 16th dny ot July. 1000, the plaintltT, Tho County of Lin coln, ft corporation, filed its petition in thfi District Courtof Lincoln County, Nobrnokn, the object nnd prnyer of which 1 to foreclose certniu tax lient, duly assessed by said plaintiff ngnlnst tho south west qunrter of Bection 1, town ship 14, north of rangy ,1G, west of Sixth principal merluinn, fiebrasRn, ror tna year 1893 in the sum of 18.72; for the year 1804 in tho sum of 8.25; for tht yrnr 1895, in tho sum ot 8.08; ror th yearl89G, in the sum of 12 05; for the your 1807, in the sum ot 11.94; for tb yonriays, in ttiesumoi iu.au; ror in year 1899,-in the turn ot 7.23;amounting in tho total sum of $88.51; with inlorest nt tho rnto ot ton per cent per nnnum from tho first day of May, 1900, nil of which is duo and unpnid. Plaintiff prays a decree ot foreclosure of said tax liens and a Bale ot said prem ises. You nnd oaoh of you dofendnnts nro roauirod to answer said notition nn or beforo Mondny, tho 15th day of' Octo ber, 1900. THE UOUNTI UK LilNUULN, A Corporation. s44 By H. S. Kidgley, its Atty. Legal Notice. The defendants D. E. Chnndler. first name unknown, truston (Implendod with A. li. Minor, et. &.) will take notice that on the lGlh dny ot July, 1900, tho plaintiff, The County of Lincoln, a corporation, filed ita petition in the district court or Lincoln county, Nebraska, tho object nnd prnyer ot which la to foreclose certain tax .liens duly assessed by enid plaintiff against vno BnuiuenBL quiirior ot suciiun zi, in township 10, north ot range Slowest ot Sixth principal meridian. Nebraska, for the 1897 in the aum at $3.24; for the year 1808 in the sum of 4.60; for the year 1890 n the sum of 3.13; amountinii-in tho total sum ot $12.55; with interest at the fate of ten ner cant tier nnnum frhm tho 1st day .of May, 1900, all ot which is due and unpa id . Plaintiff ornvs a deoreo of foroolostlra of said tax loin and a Bale of said, prom ises. You nnd oach ot you defendants are required to answer said potltion oh or before Monday, tho 15th day of Octo ber, 1900. lilt. UUUHTX Uf IjINUULiN, A Corporation. s44 By H. S. Ridgloy, ita Atty Legal Notioe. The defendants - Newburn. first name unknown, (wife, and impleaded with Jonn l" . JMowuurn, et. at.;, will taue notico thnt on tho Kith day of July, 1900, the plaintiff, Tho County ot VW'tfl cornoration tiled ita petition in the dutrict court ot Lincoln' County, Nebraska, tho obioct and prayer of which is to foreoloso certain tax liens duly assessed by raid plaintiff against the east hair southwest quarter and west hair southeast quarter or section a. in township 15, north ot ramie 27. west of Sixth principal meridian, Nebraska, fur tbo year lbUl in tbe sum or fa. 13; ror the year 1895 in the aum ot8.78i for tba year 1896 in the sum ot 11.30: for tbe year lb'J7in the sum of U.0U; ror tbe year lbUS in the aum of 7.81; for the year 1800 in the Bum of 97.80; amounting in tha total sum of IG0.00; with interest at the rate of ton por. cent per Bonum from tho 1st day lot May. 1900. all ot whioh ia due and unpaid. PlaintltT prays a decree of foreclosure o( said tax loin and a snlo of said prem ises. You and each ot you defendants aro ream red to nnswor mud petition on or beforo Monday, tho loth day of Octo ber, 1UUU. THE UUUWTY UF IjlNCULN, A Corporation. b44 By H. S. Ridgloy. its Atty . Ltgal Notice. Tho dofendanta E. O. Hnncher. ilnnchor his wife first name unknown. and John Doo truo namo unknown, will take notico that on tho 27th day of August, 1900, tho plaintiff, The County ot Lincoln, a corporation, filed its peti tion in tbo distriot court ot Lincoln county, Nebraska, tho object and prnyor ot which is to foreclose certniu tax liens, duly nsBOBBod 'by enid plaintiff ngninr-t tho Bourn nnir oi ine northwest or tho northeast quartor of section 32. in town ship 14, north ot rnngo 3', west ot iho Sixth principal meridian, Nebraska, for tho yenr loui in tbe sum or do 0(3; for tbo year lbUo in tho eum or 15.08; for tho year 1806 in tho sum of 16.90; for the yenr 1897 in the sum of 5.33; for tbe year 1808 in tho sum ot l.GG; for the yenr 1800 in tho sum of 1.07; amounting in the totnl Bum of 878 27; with interest at the rato or ton per cent por annum from the 31st dny ot July, 1000, all of which is duo and unpaid. Plaintiff prays n deoreo of foreclosure of said tax lien and a salo ot said prem ises. You and oaoh ot you defendants are required to answer said petition on or before Monday, tho 29th day ot October, tuw. THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN. y magiey, iw Alton ney.