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THE WEALTH MAKKRS.
August 2, 1894 HIE 11 INIil. THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT ISSUES A REPORT. m KOT YET FORMALLY DECLARED. China Nea-otlattn Loan of Several MlUloa I'oand la London Great llrltaln and Italy Endeavoring to Bring About a Peaceful Set tlement of the DUptite Btesmert Held. Yokohama, July 30. The Japanese government has issued the following1 official statement of the recent en gagement between the fleets of Japan and China: In consequence of severe provoca tion, three ships of the Japanese squadron were compelled to engage the Chinese fleet off Fontae or Round island. They captured the Chinese war ship Tsao Kian and sank a Chi nese transport with soldiers on board. Unfortunately, one of the lttrgest Chi nese ironclads of the northern fleet, Chen Yuen, escaped to China, and the Chinese torpedo cruiser, lluan Ta e, scaped to Fusan in Corea. The three Japanese warships en gaged were the Allltsushina, the Takachloo, and the iiih Yel. They were without injury, A dispatch from Shanghai says: Confirmation has been received here of the news cabled regarding the be ginning of hostilities between China and Japan. In addition to the steamer Kow phong, which was sunk by a Japanese cruiser as it was being used to transport Chinese troops, all on board being drowned, the Chinese Trading company's steamer Toonan, a vessel of 2. WR) tons, hailing from Hong Eong, which was also being used as a transport, has been sunk by the fire of a Japanese war shin. The Hong Kong ana Hhanirhai bank agency here is unable to obtain oflicial confirmation of the report that war has been proclaimed, but the agency states that war is everywhere believed to have been inaugurated. The Chinese government Is making inquiries in London as to the price the market would give for a Chinese loan of several million pounds sterling. The Hong Kong and Hhanghai bank applied direct to the Chinese govern ment at Pekin, offering to take the loan, but was informed that the gov ernment was not in need of money. All the steamers of the Chinese Trad ing company now here and Chinese merchant steamers have been ordered to remain here until orders are re ceived from Tien Tsin. The Corean Ring a Prisoner. London, July 30. The Chinese le gation has received a dispatch from Tien Tsin saying that the king of Co rea was cajjtured on July S3. This is regarded as explaining the collision which took place at Seoul, the capital of Corea, between the Japanese and the palace guards. The Chinese minister says that there bos been no formal declaration of war between China and Japan, and it is hoped that a peaceful settlement of the disputes will be arranged. China l'ropoe a Settlement. Romk, July 30. The following dis patch has been received from Toklo: 'The Italian minister, acting in con cert with the British minister, has presented to the Japanese minister of foreign affairs the proposals made by the Chinese looking to a settlement of affairs in Corea. These proposals will be considered by the Japanese government which has reserved Its reply." THE WAR OUTLOOK. How It Would Affect Commerce Between China, Japan and the United State. New Yohk, July 30. In view of the outbreak of war between China and Japan some apprehension is felt in commercial circles as to the effeot Upon the trade of tbii country. Our commerce with the Orient is ery extensive, and is largely in com modities that can only be obtained therefrom. Hence, if the present dif ficulty should reach such a pitch that the principal seaports of China and Japan should be blockaded there might be a serious scarcity of certain commodities, and consequent higher prices for thum. The principal imports from Japan are tea, of which an average of 45, 000,000 pounds U imported annually! in fact nearly all. the Japanese teas consumed outside that country find a market nere. i ne mino lea comes principally from Shanghai, which an nually export I'l.oiHi.tHMi pounds; Amov, which cport23,OtHUXKi pound and Voo Chow, which exuorta o.ihmv 000 pauutK The principal port of China are treaty ports, where Europeans and Atuerieatts live and have treaty rights, nattling them to eonduct trade with titer itit of tlio world. Inquiry is Wing made si t how far these treaty righto extend, siid if Japan should nil drrUk, with her powerful navy, tt tduekada the port of thins, would the foreisru powers Interfere? It is dettued Jouht'ul ty the well informed if they would have the right to it.t so. It U r Mined thai It a hUteaade U es tabllnhed at the pritteil irt its ef ft wtild shortly t felt on Itnptir tatiou front tlitkw euittrie, Th ly irt in I titti Hhlett wuU not if bliH-Led is iluii if Kong. That port U alMMilHlely frv and will remain s far k i In everr hh of the word ivl.tny of lirrat Ittiiaitt, The only tMuif that miifht um t this condition vaUt be thai ,it?Uiid, jealous of iitiktia er, lute lit tsttter lliti alii aoee with t htna. ho far the war lu not hat the Utfltlt ff.H'i iw the trad here la the t MnM ami Jaat voiiuinwii ttoo, esrepl, prlis, to render Im porters a JiUla mote rsiitLunt and wore tliii(Hd i autteqMtle their wa i FOREST FIRES RACING. Towns Burning t'p and Lumber Mills Deatroyeil In Wlnconeln. Ashland, Wis., July 30.-forest fires are producing great suffering and loss throughout this vicinity, and railroad companies have never before experienced such damage from fires. On the Wisconsin Central railroad It is impossible to move trains. Phillips, the headquarters of the John R. Davis Lumber company, a manufacturing town of 8,300, is destroyed by fire and only a few buildings remain standing. A dispatch just received from Fifleld, a small statjon a few miles this side of Phillips, says that 500 women and children from Phillips are in the woods there without shelter. They sent a request for food and supplies as the supply at Fifield is very short. The train that started from here last evening was obliged to return as thfl bridges are totally destroyed a few miles south. Communication with Fifield is now shut off and it is feared that town is also on tire. Along the Omaha line the fires are raging with terrible fierceness. (Shore's Crossing, a little village eight miles west of Ashland, was destroyed yesterday afternoon, not a building remaining standing and the homeless families were brought to Ashland. The railroad bridges near there were destroyed, and at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon a fast Omaha freight and sixteen loaded cars were entirely burned. Jloth the engineer and firemen were Injured, and the brakemen are missing. Loss to cars and freight many thousand dollars. Mason, a small town south of tne Omaha line, caught fire yesterday af ternoon. The White River Lumber company's mill, with 40,000,000 feet of lumber in the yards, was destroyed, and at 0 o'clock, the latest report re ceived here, says the entire town was threatened. The Omaha bridge across the White river at Mason is burned. Railroad oiliclals say the loss at Mason Is fully 01,000,000. with "350,000 insurance. Homesteaders in the outlying dis tricts are all fleeing into the nearest towns, leaving their, homes to. the fury of the flames. Ho far no loss of life is reported. The fire department is carefully guarding the outside limits of Ashland and the city is not in any immediate danger. For two hours yesterday afternoon 150 men, women and children were confined on five acres of ground, sur rounded by one seething mass of flames, and one must see a forest fire to realize how much danger there is with stifling couds of smoke, and all communication or means escape cut off. It was a case of pump or take to the mill pond. BUSINESS REVIEW. A Temporary Improvement Noted Lowest I'rloe for Wheat. New Yokk, July 30. R. O. Dun & Co.'b Weekly Review of Trade, which issues to-day, says; "The heavy outgo of gold, the fall of the treasury re serve and of the price of wheat to the lowest point on record and the in creasing uncertainty about the tariff have entirely overshadowed other industries. Business delayed for months by two great strikes now crowds the railroads and swells returns, and gives the impres sion of a revival In business. Hut it is not yet clear how far there is an in crease in new traffic, distinguished from that which has been merely blockaded or deferred. In some branches there has been more activity, but in others less, because events early this week led many to infer that no change of tariff would be made. The internal revenue re ceipts on whisky suddenly dropped more than half, and sales of wool greatly Increased. Hut the uncer tainty is not removed, and much of the business seems to be in the nature of insurance against possibilities. Wheat has found its way to the lowest depths, and has sold below fifty-five cents, making the monthly average at New York the lowest ever known. Corn was stronger, with ac counts of Injury to part of the crop, and the exports are trifling. . For the week failures have been 249 in the United States, against 308 last year and 39 in Canada, against 23 last year. Ilradittreet Report. New York, July 30. Rradstreet's review of the state of trade says to day: Leading Influences affecting the course of general trade throughout the United States within the week have not resulted in a net gain. Pro longed drouth and hot winds have dauian-ed corn and other crops in Nebruhka and fears are entertained of like losses lu Kan sas. Without early rains there re duction In the yield of Indian corn la expected to be considerable. The outlook for the yield in the spring wheut states is regarded as unfavora ble, which reacts upon country tuer chaulsaud cheeks demand. A Meteor 811 la t ullforala. Has RtrAKi., lal., July 30 At 7;30 o'clock last night what appeared to be a meteor fell slowly u the sky near here. The Uy was large and luminous. The meteor was oUerved from many other places in the Central and .Wthern parts of the state. THE MAR Knits, fcaaaat I lly Ural. Ktu('ii, M, H i -yuHsllott for Car nu t aampt iMt irk SI Katiaa tlly wore sumtselly a Mluo. Nit I hrt 1 ,9 N.i 4 herd, 4.' Sa 4 lord, re jtKlrd k Na trestle Ma t red. 4., N.i t r"l tit) rvpeled We t'ers-Nu 1 I ft S, i ntlteJ. .! N skit vt 4i !.' Sal kil. tl.itlt ttals-N & ' (S, Stt i M t. N V shiteoeu, Ok ft 4 aklMt I Ite Sleek. t attle iHeteed Seel s4 orl tUers.ll ?tl t WMtvr ! W teat ss4 hwkl II ll-lf tU Teat e4 ls41s leers, 14 .suit. Itiaa ant Iu4i4t a B.u4. t m tl 11 .- IUi.n HQ d ,il f eater lf. Itv Ibe m(.t M l-tt ! ISeluf h h4 SxiS el ! toMM. a.tmt i ur lull ss4 4ft to lt ImlS laiJar SHmm Keetis. It eklfid f aaterdas, lu Htte autihel dxil s4 lueat. the (IM'S ae reefwtaatatitt ! N.t Wt 'fl Nt Wl Prla l I ... I M as I a4 f t I. . . Hi luu et t l.k ... W Hi 1 ... 1 I i l . HwHil l thii.t ya.tufJty (I 1 lt sirat at a taii4ilUI TARIFF Bill CHANGES CONFERENCE COMMITTEE AT WORK OVER SCHEDULES. NUMEROUS ALTERATIONS LIKELY. Metals, Tobacco, Cotton and Woolen tiooda liate Mar Shift Somewhat frealdent Cleveland Confer , With Chairman Wllaon and Mr. McMHIln Would the Hen ' ate Hill lie Aeoepted T Washington, July 30. the Demo cratic members of the conference committee on the tariff bill were prompt in resuming their session to day. All the members were present except Chairman Voorhoes, whose ab senco was on account of illness. The Indications are that there will be numerous changes in the less impor tant schedules of the bill. These were agreed upon tentatively in a former conference, and it is considered im probable that the basis of agreement then arrived t will be chantred ma terially during the present conference. It is believed that there will be no material change in the metal sched ule. When the former conference broke up the house members were dis posed to hold out stiffly for consider able concessions on cutlery and steel rails. The prospects now are that the rates cut on nails will be lowered somewhat, but that the cutlery rate will not be changed. The senate conferrees will probably accept the house rate, $1 per pound, on wrapper tobacco, retaining the senate phraseology. There will also be some changes In the woolen schedule, the most important of which will probably be in the paragraph relating to cloth for men's wear. The senate till pro vides a duty of 40 per cent on articles of this class of less than f0 cents per pound value and of SO per cent on ar ticles of greater value. The indica tions are that the rate has been made 43 per cent. A si In liar change will probably be made on woolen articles not especially provided for, but it is not believed that the rearrangement will extend to women's and children's goods. The house rate on rovlngsand tops, 25 per cent, will be accepted. Cotton cloth and cotton yarns will probably be reduced to the extent of about 5 per cent, as will laces and em broideries, on which the rate will probably be made 45 instead of 50 per cent. The house rates on China and earth enware, which are slightly higher than those of the senate bill, will be accepted. The senate probably will recede from its increase of the to bacco tax, and it is said to be probable that there will be a compromise on the bonded period extension, the tax being fixed at SI and the bonded period at five years. Chairman Wilson arrived from West Virginia this afternoon, and within a short time received a message from the executive mansion requesting his presence there. He was with the president for some time until it was time to go to the capitol for the open ing of the second tariff conference. The president's desire to see Mr. Wil son before the conference opened, coupled with (Speaker Crisp's call at the White house yesterday and the president's request of McMillln to come to the White house last night, were all accepted In congressional cir cles as evidence that the president was willing to let Messrs. 'Wilson and McMillin know exactly what his position was before the Informal con ference was resumed. When the visit of Mr. Wilson to the White house became known among members it was felt on all hands that a settled policy on the pari of the ad ministration had been agreed on, and there was intense eagerness to learn which course it would take. It was the almost unanimous expression of members that but two courses were open in view of the attitude of the senate, and that the tie vote yester day, viz: To accept practically the senate bill or to leave the McKinley law stand, and expressions were quite general that as between the senate bill with such modifications as could be obtained and the McKinley law, the president and Mr. Wilson would reluctantly accept the former and thus end the legislative panic and overt the probable failure of all tarilf legislation. One member, whose relations with the president are very close, says that wliile lie does not speak with au thority he had no doubt that treat ment by conference even though it be the acceptance of the senate bill with some mxliflciitiin would be acquiesed In by the president as the bekt thing obtainable. The president's letter to Mr. Wilson, said this member, had pointed out clearly what the choice of the presi dent was,, but he had not gone to the extent of committing hlmelf irrepar ably agaiust the setiste bill A IKtmovratle lluuaa Cauue. Wasuismtox, July 3a-Kepi'centa-tlve Springer of UlinoU late th.s af ternoon circulated the follow Ing call for a leni.K rstio lmue eattetio on the tsrttt It was addresned to t hairmau llolinnii. , "The uitderoigued Ik-iuocrstio mem ber f the Iioumj of repreaetttatives sMHlal)y request In t tut event of no agreement having lveii reached hy the conferee on the tarltf bill by Tuesday nest, the Hal I ml. Hint, ton rail a eauett of the Ivtnm rittle mem ber if the houne, to meet at 3 o'eloett p. m. on that day, to eotuider the art Uii the lioiiMt should take in or l i secure the rarly ptouage of tarilf bill," livakea It I umber VMa Mural. tSutkoan, July Ml A eon Its- rrslluit has litat brokeii out in the Itiinur ilialrU t, the yartl of Mat hllln-r, A mo A Co., ad the Planter It'.a.S-.U ... e.u. a. a... 4 t a Iff I fM IfOA is viMHUT ta v 1 seat ivtjsj w . Hiati.atia. I Ila Hllartaal rMeVltll'lla'W If tliere I a great r m uiaiuiri see tit). WARRANT FOR CAPT. MAC KAY. Army Officer Refo. to Surrender Him to the CWI1 Authorities. Nobth . Esid, Ok., July 80. SherLff Johnson has come up from South Enid to serve a warrant on Captain Maokay of the Third cavalry and arrest him on the charge of intimidation, and also to serve the papers on him, wherein Charles Sherer, who was ar rested on the charge of attempt at bridge-burning, has sued Captain Mackay for f 0,000 damages. Captain lialdwin of General Miles's staff, who is in command, refused to surrender Captain Mackay to the civil authorities, and sent a letter of pro tect to Probate Judge Cotton, from whose court the warrant was issued. Sheriff Johnson threatened to re turn with enough deputies to take Captain Mackay by force, but aa the troops are not feeling very good over the indignities placed upon Captain Mackay there is little danger "of his coming. Captain Mackay' quarters are under heavy guard. Thirteen men were arrested In South Enid charged with aiding and abetting the burning of bridges and wrecking of trains on the Bock Island. Judge McAtee held all of them in sums of from 8500 to $5,000. More ar rests are to be made to-morrow. Death of J. If. llroce of Emporia, Kans. Empobia, Kan., July 30. Late last evening Judge Combs found Attorney J. F. Bruce lying in his law office here in an unconscious condition. He was taken to his residence, but failed grad ually till this morning, when he died. The immediate cause of his death, doc tors say, was apoplexy, It was gener ally thought, however, that he died from the effects of an overdose of morphine taken to, relieve suffering from kidney troubles. Mr. Ilruce was a law partner of Joseph Waters of Topeka. lie married the daughter of II. C. Train of Kansas City, who was a niece of T. It. ltullene and Major William Warner of Kansas City. Hi father was a man of state reputation in Ohio. , lie had travelad in all parts of the world and was widely known in journalism and other circles. Sunt Fa Strike Itumor Denied. Kansas City, Mo., July 30. H. U. Mudge of Topeka, general superinten dent of the Kanto Fe railway, to-day denied the reports of a probable strike on the (Santa Fe because of new con tracts with labor organizations. Mr. Mudge said that no demand that the men sign agreements denouncing labor organizations had been made by the company or will be made, and that statements to the contrary are circu lated by strikers to cause discontent among the men. It was thought at one time, -he said, that the , com penny would quit dealing with labor organ izotions, but the men generally stood by the company so well during the labor troubles, that to make radical changes now would be ungrateful and unjust Deb Granted an Appeal. Chicago, July 30 President Debs and the American Railway union leaders have been granted an appeal to the United States court of appeals in the chancery proceedings in the United (States circuit court. The ap peal was granted by Judge Woods at Indianapolis and the order was re ceived by mall to-uay. The appeal will stop proceedings in the circuit court under the bill tiled July 2 on be half of the railroads, but It leaves the injunction in force and does not inter fere with the contempt proceedings against Debs and his associates. Dynamiting- an Engine In Chicago. Chicago, July 30. An attempt was made after midnight last night to wreck a Burlington engine by explod ing a dynamite bomb under the wheels of the engine. Two men were seri ously Injured. They are: John M. Best, special ofticer of the round house, wounded in the breast and legs by fragments of the bomb; Frank Motuck, special switchman, cut in the thigh. ' A Dank I'renldeiit Accuaed of Wrong. Chicago, July 30.--Eeceiver Eli C. Tourtelot of the defunct Chemical No tional bank has filed a court bill charg ing the ex-president of the institution, Joseph O. Curry, with gross careless ness in making loans and wrongfully converting to his own use large sums. The bill charges that almost 8300,000 is missing and asks an Investigation and occounting by the court. Death of Jame Mulligan. Matnard, Mass., July 30. James Mulligan, of "Mulligan letter" fame, died here this morning. lie was born in 1H31 in a little village In the north of Ireland and came to this country when he wss 15 years obi For a number of years past he has lived In Boston where he wms the treasurer of the Globe theater, but lately removed here. Democratic Congreaalnnal Convention. HiniMoxn, Ma, July 30, The con gresHional convention to nominate a Democratic candidate for congress from the Third MUoiirl district has Wen called to meet in this city August ti. A. .M. Doekery of Daviess county and John Dougherty of Clay county are oppoMng candidate. tim la aa Iowa llt. Iiiusiiti.vjj, Iowa, July aa The greater part of the business portion of this city Mas burned tit-day, Ni teen building were eotoniined, includ ing (he (MMttonli-e, the Chronicle ofHee and the l'owehlek County bank. The lo I IIWI.WH), instit'ttiiee about one third, Aa Aaaerleaa Itlrl Marrlve a t trut. N'cw Yohk. Julr .lu. MUa Caroline J 011 e, daughter of Nathaniel S. Joiiel of thi city, but formerly tf t hleago, Mas married ti-'liv to Vlaeottut lien- oll d'Aiy f I rani l hu ceremony tx t'Uoe In the church of ler.oa. lu this Vie, BUY DIRECT UNO SAVS DEALER'S t AND AGENT'S PROFITS. ArlUraf oarOifcml Bae Bfc-rcle.mtt- noie for enuer arx. made or IM nia- tertftl. atmncr atilMtamiKt rc,.rablT adjusted and lullr warranted. Write to-d-r ft our tr ox:F-oit CJO. 338 Wabaak Avenue. - raiC&OO. XIJ A. i (Mu Star W Kkliha, At Price ispsgl r ' 1 Hue Aim aim, Oreaaa, Maaaa, taaw bum, (MS Brawn, IM BlUa, Stem, tUm, Omm BlUa, trtlar friMI. JaASmai, Trial, ImtUm, Harfatlan, (M Xa,, hn SMa, VSaa, DrUta, Saaa rtaea, lava OavMa, Calaa SHU, laiaia. Snaira. Saaietarta, tare alln, Maa Carta, tanaa. Smean,Wti Vaaaa, aaalat ailO Wikew Bapaaa, Baaa, fttMlatata, alrala PaaiH Cm Bata, SJl.ra, t aafc, Bit Brain, Oat, ftuek, BOaaaar, SallraaS, rkJtaiaat'aetii St HAS eaaa rar rrae tall wear aae aaa aw la ia waaay. Ill Sa. eelanes St., CRIOOaO SCAU CO., Cfctraf. 1U Plesse mention The Wealth Makers. r Htabl'a Double Actliuc 1 Exoelainr Surer- I inff Outftta nrevaot iLeafBlia-htaWormv iKrait. Iurarea a baa tj riaia or au jrruu ik 0 '1 Laundrying Shirts A, XIADE EAOY with Orewller's spring and Hatebet Bosom Board. A Dbirt front is stretcbed HU s drum bead and as straight ssarioDoa. , a r aviiiiv jvh mtw iiwiiiiib ULII. ... I.Afi,fl Ika V Springs are Pulling No wrinkles nor crooked places possible. Full instructions for starching, pollsblng, etc.. with each board. Kent by express on receipt of tht price, i.w. Agents wanteu. E. ORE. VILER, Upper Sandusky, O When writing plesse mention Wealth Makers. TINQLEY & BURKETT, Attorneys-st-Law, 1026 O bt L ncoln. SHERIFF SALE. Notice Is hereby srlven. thatbrvlnue of an order of sale Itmuetf by the clerk of tbe dlnlrlct court of tbe Third ludlRla dlitrict 01 Neura' ka. wltblu and fur Laaeaitter county. In an o- tlon wherein tbe Nebraska havlmcs Uauk is plaintiff, and Walton O. hoberts, et al, are de fendsnts. I will, al t o'clock p. m.. on tbe 14ib day of Auguat, a. LK, 1W4, at tbe esMt door of the court Mouse, in tne city 01 Lincoln, J-.an caster coUDty, Nebrlia, offer for sale at public auction tbe following described real estate, to wn: Lot number three (3) in block number slZ' teen (10) In Peck's Urove. according to the re corded , lat thereof, in Lancaster county, Ne braska. , Olven nnder my band tbts l(Hh day of July, A, L , 1SV. IWIDA fllJI.ljKB, rherlff SHERIFF 8 ALE. Nolle) i hei sbv srlven. tbat bv virtus of an order of sale tunned by tbe clerk of district court of tbe Third judlcia. dlftrlct of Nebras ka, within and for i.ancoter county, in an ac tion wherein Tbe Clark and Leonard invest ment Company, et al., sre plaintiffs and Jobn Green et al defendai la. I will, at 2oV.locF M , on tbe 14tb day of Augimt. A l). ihh. at tbe Outdoor of tne uourt uoue. in the City of Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebras ka, ruer tor Bale at puonc aucuou tue iouow lnr described real estate, to-wlt: Lots number one (1). two (2). three (8). four 4 and rive (o la Benedict's uouviHion 01 lots number one (l), two(), three (31, tour (4) una rive (6) in block nve (f) in Hnll'i Unlveraity Addition 10 i-iDCOin, neorattKa. Given under my band tbls 10th day of July, A. U., Fbsda Miw.bk. onenn, SHERIFF SALE. Notice is hereby given, tbat by virtue of an order of isle litsued by t be clerk of the district court of tbe Third judicial district or ineDraxKa, within and for Lancantrr county, in an action wbertln Hebecca A. Weber and Jubn M Weber are plaintiffs and Charles CI Munson et al are defendant. I will, at 2 o'clock P. m . on the 4th dsy ef beptetsber, A. U. mi, at tbe east asor of tne court house, in tne city 01 Liincoin, Lancaster county. Nebraska, onr tor sale at public suctloa the following descrlsed resl eaiste to-wit: Lot number one (1) in block number nine () in Mount Koreet within the corporate llmlti of the city ef Unlveislty Place in Lancaster county, Nebraaka. uiven under my nana mis znn aay 01 juij, A. D. 1894. Fasn A. Miller, Ht5 SUMMIT. Notice of Tax Sale. To whom It May Concera: Notice Is hereby given that on the following dates R. R Oagood bought at public tax sale tbe real estate described below, all situated in Lancaster county. Nebraska, for tbe delln quent taxes for t he year Wl, and taxed in tbe names of tht. persons following each de scription as set forth below, and tbat the time of redemption of same will ex pire on the dates as bereln below stated. The following described land were pur chased November luth, IWtt. and the time of redemption will expire November lutn, iH4: Lot 13, nw S 14, 1 10. R8, J H McMurtry . w M s 8. 1 11, r6, Klora K Runysn. S e s 8, 1 11. r 6, Flora K Ktinyan. 8 H ne't s 14. t tl. r 6, Kona M 1 randall. He H nw 5i, s 14, 1 11. r 6, v L Crandull. The followlna described land were pur chased November IHth, IKM, and tbe time of redemption wM expire November itn, ism. E H s 8, t S, r S, Timothy Austin. B H se , 4, tll.rS.WO Hotitz. NeUnwiisS. til. rS. UM Walter. The following described lou in tbe city of Lincoln were Durcbaaml November 14th. 118. and the time of redemption will expire No . .inhxr 11. IHV4: Iit lit, eubillvUion north half block 34, J U Miller Lot 17, subdivision north bslf block 84, JO Miller. It 8. block 8. 8 II McCandlM. The following deaerlbed low In the rlty of Lincoln were purchased Novemlier li, IMtr.'. aid the time o redemption will expire No vember I&. 1HM4: Kat 81 feet lot 14 and IN block 99, Mary A Grant Wmt 100 leel lots 14 Slid IS, block SB, Thotns Carr, Ln , blk IU Fsniile A llsvifard. 1 be following dearrllwd lou In Cook's kddl tluntotb rlty of l.ltteoiti were iturrhM4 November ITtli, ami the Urn ot ledetnp tlon will elPtt NnvetuSer If. I!: Lot VS, blork I. Msry Pym hoti. .ol . bliwk I, J L tntltlug, Loll block 1AM Sillier Liit ti. blk I. JiwiHihlria Uwik. Th 1'iilowtng daw-ritml lota In H aim's odd to ih eltvof LI coin er ureht Noviu br is. lawj. ml th tlm of rliiittloa will, tilre N'Haiutwr I. ntt: l.iit Mik I John Mtollern I t4 bltM k Sl. 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Ilalll 4 V ,imitii, nltanlll i ' JoSa. u4t ttt k It, J N l hti. 4 tl-'S II J H Wllhlla, i.t, bl.a It J M Hl.bli ft M tMlK It- aL R1PANS TABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, UYER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. KIP AN TABTLES wf ta Scat MeOl la kaawa far IaiUceaUaB, BIUaaaaa, Hcaoaeke, Caaatlaattaa, jaata, Ckraata Llrcr Tiwaklra, llaxlcaa, B4 Cnlczto. Irjaaatcrjr, OaTeaatv Brcaitk, aa4 all AM. erar af tk Klvmack, Llrcr aa4 Bewl 5 Rlpaiu Tabole eootajn nothing lnjurtcma to the moat delicate conatitutiun. Are oleaaant 10 tka. aafc. effectual, and rlva Immediate relief. ITice Box ( TlaJ). 76oenta; rckairottSoxeak f or by mail. Sample five by mall. Aiidreaa J I THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., U BPKCCX STREET, KEW 10RK CITt fl U. V h. i.AiuA . ...... K n.WMW, rfmwlM a rjjv7 UY"DIREOT FROM FAOTORY" BEST MIXED Paints. At WHOLESALE PRICES, Delivered Ere. For Houses, Barns, Roofs, sll colors, A SAVE Middlemen's profits. In use 61 years. En darsed by OraBge A Farmers' Alliance. Low prices will surprise you. Write for sample. 6. W. INQERSOLL, 863 Plymouth St., Brook-lyn,N.y. LOCAL RAILROAD TUB TABLES, VAXBAB lUTlit VUUk Arrival sad dspartur ef trains erryla bo seofers at uaooia, D. Traias mar , sutrsea llv exoes Daily; t, Dally except bundsy; IDaiiy exoett Monday! I, ) olyi 1, tui a , Mei Dally except Saturday 1 L Suadays lesdars. Thursdays sol BstordaM Msoday, Wsdnesdsy sa FrUuty oi BarUa(-ta A AUmoiu'I Rtvev. 0.,B. A . Ticket eatoes at depot, Seventh aaS W stti 1 . eeraet XenU sod 0 Ska Leave. ArHv PlsttsBtouth, vta U. 1 Bead and LeuiiTill f Wabooaad Scbuvler... j'tWilSa.1 t :W f. I :0tI.I mm -a Omaha and Chloaas vis Ashland out-otf.. Ashland, Omaha aa4 Plsttsmoutb , Crete, HuUnfi aaa Denver Lowell and Kearnev.. . '11:60. 1 S IS a aa 9 s v p. 1 tlO:la.I ii:HlLl klMp.o. It 8:64 11:80 p.m. tirwp.ai. U;M p BL I :Mp.Ba. l:Mp.BA. Il:88t. m. tl ttp so. tlliMp.St. lltts tli0p.B r:a.k 1:0. sa St r rase Is and Ober-1 list ( Hoiyok a Cheyenne... "Burllnfton Special" to Denver and coast Crete, Beatrtoe sad Wymors Washlnftea aaa Cos cord la Endlcott aa 11 d Cloud. Bennet, Syracuse, N braskaCitysnd east Orsnd Island Brokea , Bow, Alliance, New castle, Sheridan and Dead wood Seward. York, aad Orsnd bland. AtoblsoB, Bt. Joe, Ksnsss City, Bk Louis sad Hulk.... Tecumseh aad Table Rock... Mllford, David City, and Columbus hl:40p.ss 10:00 s. it 410 p. m It 4:4 p. B U.SSp.a. t 1:68 p.m. t;Wa.sa. U:Zp.B. . tl:f.ss. i Ltfp.Ba. ilSOOs.m. 1:86 p.m. :40 p.m. tt.16s.rn. t4;p.Bk tll:6 S.B 1:4I PBS i.aip.sk i tl:8k.Ok IHkB tlO:86p.Sk t 7:80a.Bk. 11:86S.BV Chicago, Bok Island 48 Faolflo. Posseafer ttloa eoraerO and Twentieth Ska City office, 1046 O Street. Leaver Arrive, Fsst exi s te Tope- ka. Kaa. City. sll points ta KsriMj Oklahoma, and Tes sa. West Local frelfht ocoobv modatlon, east Local freight aocoas modatlon, west Fsstexp for Oreaha, Co. Bulffs, D.Moutes it O.'Ste.sv tl;Up.a '. tll:48 IB tUBpas 1 18:81 p.ss, til MS B 4 08 p as SHp.ss , SHp.ss Fsstexp to Denver,! Col. BpiisfS, Pues-V I 4:08 p.ss tl:Il p. at lo sad west. Local pass for Omaha end Council Bluffs. t l:M 0 Cnlon Paeli Railway. Depot oorner O aad fourth street. City Uefeet office 1044 O street. Lesve. I Arrfver Omaha,Co. Bluffs, Chi cago, v auey, east and went 1 0:20 s. m. t7:30p. m t8:25p. m ti0:40s. m Beatrlce.Blue Sprgs, mannattan, east. west,Toi)eka, Kan sas Cty, east, south 1 8:00 a. m. David City Stromsbrg t:00p. m 1:10p.m. t7:80p. m. siouxuny.uaviciuty uoiumous. Denver, Salt Lake, Helena, ban Francisco and Portland : 4:10p. m. Beatrice, Cortland... t 8:20 a.m. MUaoori Pacifle Rail war. Ticket ofllces at depot and corner of Twain bbu vj a 1 reels. Lesve. Arrive Auburn and Nebraska I City Express I 11:60 pa llMp.m. I 6:00 p. 1 St. Louis day express.. hl:p.i Auburn and Nebraska I City Express ( 8:81 p.m. :88p.ss. K S:Ha.l St. Louis night exp .... 8 Ms I rcmont, Elkhoro A) MUsoari Yalley CS10AO KOBTB-WMTiaV LI.1 Depot corner Elirhtk and S streets . City Ossve. 1 Arrive, Lttp.at. UiMp.ak 1:41 p.ss. lS:Ma.a tTMa.si. It Mp.Ok. l:ttp.B. 8MMt fMa at. 6lrav t,S:Mp.ss. Me sa. II a. at. vTittp it Chicago snd east Frem t.Omabs, Sioux nty,St.Paul,Duluth Mars haltown. Cedar Kap!da.Cl!nton. Dns Moin s.Plerre.Absr doen, Oskes........ Omshs Wshoo, Fremont. Nor folk, O Nelll, Loug pin. Chadron, (' jer Hot Spr's. Rap Id ( Itv. Ileadwood.. Prrmont aeeom'dat'a. f'wmout fretcbt HAUVK8T KXCUK8IONS. Via tha Missouri Pacifle Rout. On tha second TuasiIsv In rwiem), iouo, waauary, r enruttry, Aiaron, April and May, 18M, the MUsourt l'alflc rUtUttt Will Soil ruum! trln tlnlrnU tn all 1UII4 I tA . L. ft. . . stations In Texas, with anal limit to ro tura la thirty days from date) of sale. Stop-overs are allowed 1b Arkansas. Texas snd Oklahoma, New Mexico and Indian Territory. Come And Uk a trip to tha south. J'hil OANIELB, C. I. T A. l-Hlt U sVreai. W waal fifty thousand new aubeorl. hers to TubVVsaltu Mahhis. Will Ai:h one of our preseat iulxwrller help us by sending two uaw hsaes? It you are unable to rt yearly suheorl' bers, send them la for thre or tlx wontlr. 4)4 out (otai offer lu another column. M TH U til ruM t- !, Miw p I' tt.t, "tiMtvtitadiaKt At all drofiUi t t To tha land of Itt Apple ft th Missouri ralao ruuta lab, 1st, far oaa far tor the round trip goX 30 day. Call on l'h.l li.nU.lt. (J, l. A T. A. 1101 O tUvet Llnotiln. Neb, Use Northwestern Una to ChloofJ Iow rate. r at trains, Off e I III Oil.