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THE HOBM PLATTE SEMl-WEEKbY fMBTO, 'tMDAT-E1MBC, MARCH 15. 1895.
massacred HI MINERS
Terrible Butchery Reported From the
Australian Gold Field
POUND A MOUNTAIN OF SOLD
Ttmpectmn Tfcea Kfllad WkU
Tillac C Native Wke Had Stela
Tkclr Trovialtm Fiji IslaMto
Swept fcy s
Tancouyek, j&Iarcb. 14. By the jnmfl
aatamerMirowai comes the aatonishing
alary from the distant gold fields of
jTHtern Australia, hardly credible, if it
mi. not been borne out by the arrest of
tver&i of the ringleaders in the most,
arrible tragedy that has yet been en-
in the lawless Coolgardie. ifatra--
i finds have lately been reported from
letrMile Point, nuggets weighing
'tesween 50 and 160 ounces of.pjaregojd
- taimg picked up on the surface of the
gromnd. These stories made menmad
mmi lust lor gain, ana prospectors
pmahed on for hundreds of miles in the
wilderness. They had scarcely nough
faod and water to keep them alive.
They were brought back raging with
fcrar and placed in the Coolgardie hos
pital, already overcrowded with dying
The fate of these desperate men did
Mt deter eight new arrivals from form.
Sag a syndicate, and with heavy packs
of provisions, water and rifles started
fiasu Ninety-Mile Point to penetrate
imto the interior. They started Dec. 1
of last year and, nothing being heard of
them since, it was supposed that they
had met death. Ban Robertson, one of
the syndicate, returned from his camp,
190 miles from Coolgardie Jan. 20 and
confessed to the police that after discov
ering a mountain of gold, the party re
turning to camp found that a band of
blacks had stolen all their provisions.
The syndicate pursued the blacks to
their village and butchered the entire
eaqvnpment, shooting the men and
raising the women and children. The
other murderers have been arrested. The
nUd hill of quartz which the syndicate
fomnd is 70 feet high, 250 feet wide at
the base and 15 feet at the summit, full
of gold. The rush is settling into the
scene of the find.
FIJI ISLANDS STORM SWEPT.
the Capital, In Ruins and Floata
tion Badly Damaged.
Victoria, B. C, March 14. Particu
lars were -received -by the 'Australian
mail of a terrible hprricane which swept
over the Fiji islands a few weeks ago.
aadtho. first effects of which were still
a topic of discussion when the Mirowa
touched at Sueva. It was this storm in
which several vessels came to grief with
lamentable loss of life, and buildings in
Sarra, the capital of Fiji, suffered very
severely. The town is comparatively
' 1b debris, having been the center of the
hurricane. Cocoanut and banana plan
tations were badly damaged. The hur
rioase was accompanied by a fearful,
driving xain, penetrating everything.
The storm continued until 5 o'clock
Momday afternoon and then gradually
The food supply of the people is en-
reekored aewthe leTeewwrnefc
; ein'eiy foHaw each a etermv are
t, djeeeee aad too often teats.
give raaac. -jl.
to West. We had the kt Mast; about 6
p. am. Sunday. Though it then blew a
Kale of hurricane force nearly all night,
it seemed to be almost calm compared
with the frightful reality of the cyclone.
"Onilonday morning what a sight
the' island presented. All houses in
the native town wore leveled, nearly all
the cottages blown down or blown away.
The place had just the appearance of
having been bombarded for weeks past
Vy.all the fleets on earth or sea, the
ground being strewn with cocoanuts,
looking like cannon balls, only no can
nonading could have caused the devas
tation which was everywhere visible."
Advices From Honolnla.
Honolulu, March 7. Excitement
over the recent rebellion here is gradu
ally quieting down. The Hawaiian gov
ernment is now directing its principal
attention toward the abettors of the in
surrectionists, who are now on Amer
ican soil. W. A. Kinney, who. acted as
judge advocate of the military commis
sion which tried the rebels, is among the
passengers who will leave on the steamer
Atawa for San Francisco today. He
carries' with him the testimony and af
fidavits in the schooner "Wahlberg case.
The "Wahlberg is the vessel which landed
arms for the rebels and which is now
detained at San Diego, Cal. Mr. Kin
ney is accompanied by George Townsend
and Charles Warren, half whites, both
of whom spent several days on the
schooner while she was lying off the
coast waiting to land arms for the reb
els; They wiil be able to identify the
vessel and the captain and crew of the
craft. Upon reaching San Francisco,
Mr. Kinney will, proceed to -San Diego
to act in behalf of the Hawaiian govern
ment. Alarming: Epidemic In Halifax.
Halifax, March 14. An alarming
epidemic is raging among horses in this
city and the disease is easily contracted
by human beings who come in contact
with, tli e infected animals. Veterinari
ans pronoanoe the affection, equina!
nweHpnt and many of the horses in Hal
ifax are victims. The, government vet
erinary surgeon has the disease in his
right hand. Another man, more eeri
easly affected, will have to have his
ana amputated to save blood, poisoning,
and another is beleved to be fatally ill
aaa result of handling the diseased
horses; The government veterinary
snnfeon says the. disease : atmospheric
and any aninud isliable to contract i
Kavelatbmtsts Greatly Tiwd.
Nw York, Jiarch 14. In the Cnban
colony the -firing upon the American
steamer Alliance by a Sp iniah man-of-war
was eagerly disenssed. The revoln
tionittp appeared to be greatly pleaeed
at the prospect, of a.fleet of United Stales
men-ef war being se nt to protect Amer
ican merchantmen in the vicinity of
Tralamcn JurtaBtly Killed.
Ejkguan, Aria., March 14. A freight
train on the Atlantio and JPaciflcr rail
way was wrecked in Truxton oanon,
neajr.Kiugman. Engineer Sullivan And
MTamfRirs reply to vwl.
Vat Yet Kanre Wkether tae Italia War
Washington, March 14. In reply to
the telegram tent yesterday to the gov
ernor of Colorado by Acting Secretary
Uhl, at the instance of the Italian am
bassador, the following reply has been
received from Denver: "Since wiring
yon I have received the following from
the sheriff at Walsenburg: 'Last night
while conveying prisoners from Bouse
to Walsenburg an armed mob held up
the posse, lolled the driver and one pris
oner; two prisoners ran and have not
since been feund. .Don't know whether
they were killed or not. This occurred
about 7 p. m. AM a. m. a mob broke
into tha jail and shot to death two pris
oners implicated in the same murder.
All were .Italians. except the driver.
"On receipt of which I telegraphed
him as follows: 'Wire me at-once:
whether yon are maintaining order and
protecting prisoners and whether you
have a sufficient force to prevent a re
currence of violence to prisoners. Take
every precaution to protect life and
property and as Boo;n ae possible ascer
tain who composed the mob which did
the lynching, , and as soon as practicable
Towhich l received the following
reply: Everything is quiet tonight.
Jve -not found, the two prisoners that
goVaway:a1rthe 'time they were being
heldttipby thejmob.1 Will obtain, and
forward fiduformation as promplyas
possible. I see'no reason for anticipat-ihg-further
trouble. It is; not known
whether the Xtaiians killed were Amer
ican citizens. Albert B. MfliTYRE.,,
SPANISH 8HTP HAD THE BIGHT.
Did Not Violate tlie Law by Firing Aeroas
the Bows of the Allianca,
Washington, MarctOl-L State de
partment officials and Senor Meragua,
the Spanish minister, have compared
notes on the law applicable to the firing
of the Spanish gunboat on the American
ship Allianca. They find that the de
partment of justice has already specifi
cally ruled on the right of a warship
under certain circumstances to fire
blank cartridges and then solid shot
across the bows of a merchant ship in
order to command a halt. The opinion
was rendered by Attorney General Ed
win M. Stanton on July 38, 1880. It
applies to the high seas, there being no
question as to the right of detention if
the Allianca was inside Cuban waters.
From this it appears, in the judgment
of Senor Meragua, that the Spanish
ship kept within the strict letter of the
law as laid down by the United States.
This still leaves open the question
whether the Spanish ship fired the
shotted -gun "across the bows" of the
Allianca, or directly at he,r. Captain
Crossman, of the American ship, con
tends that the shots were fired to hit.
The Spanish government is yet to be
heard from on the point.
No Official Demand From Madrid.
Washington, March 14. There has
been a space of seven days since the ca
ble report came from Madrid that a
cabinet council had agreed to ask the
recall of United States Consul Williams
at Havana. Since then there has been
no official demand for his recall. Mr.
Williams has stated in Havana that he
had not heard of the contemplated re
call, and yet the Spanish officials at
Madrid have not denied the original re
ncreednnon. Under these rcam1
ontoiaU intimate that th re-
of President ClevelMMr from h
laantis rin amft. the rawntgf -af .Sacra-
terymeensm rxpam nas acwwc ocgnp
will lead to a clearing np of the sit na
Where Is IJ Unnp Chans?
Washington, March 14. The where
abouts of Li Hung Chang, China's peace
envoy, is a source of much speculation
and no little concern in Official circles
here. Since he left Peking, -more than
two weeks ago,there has been no word
official or by press reports,, as to his
Formosa the Scene of a Spring Campaign.
Washington, March 14. The cable
report that a Japanese squadron of 16
warships descended cn the island of For
mosa is believed at the Japanese legation
here to indicate the opening of a spring
campaign in warmer southern latitudes.
ARGUMENT IN RECEIVERSHIP CASE.
Ex-Senator Sanders Represents the Ameri
can Ian and Trust Company.
Portland, Or., March 14. Ex-Senator
Sanders of Montana, one of the at
torneys of the American Loan and Trust
company in the Oregon Short Line and
Utah Northern receivership, - began
the argument against the demurrer to
the bill. The proposition laid down was,
he said, that the road must have the
present receivers, though they are re
ceivers of other community roads. This,
he claimed, was not equitable, even.
though the proposition was made by
senior socuritv holders because those
security holders were interested in
Union Pacific securities of properties the
receivers operate. He said it was
equiavelent to saying the Short Line
would have toba operated in the inter
est of protecting .the securities of these
other properties and was inequitable to
the junior hen holders of the Short Line
The only right of the American Loan
and Trust company claimed in these
proceedings was that secured to them
by contracts that they acquired when
they paid over to the Oregon Short line
and Utah Northern Railway company
$11,000,000. This right, lie said, was
one that could, not be taken, from them
and that they were entitled topossession
of the road as provided in their mort
SEARCHING FOB A MIIXIONA1RE.
The Mysterious Disappearance of Sir Ctoerge
W. Nerthedge In Chicago.
fimnAoo. March 14. Search is being
made in Chicago by agents for Sir
George W. If orthedge oi somersetsnire,
Knff.. and the Tvosseasor of a 'fortune of
something more than $2,000,000, who
has mysteriously disappeared, and, it is
feared, has met with foul play. Thirty
years ago Sir George was a painter and
contractor in n smau way in una city.
After cminsr tn Encrland and nrovinsr his
.claim, Sir George sailed for America
and landed safely in .New xorJc, as in
Vnnwn hv a letter written bv him to a
lady in England shortly after leaving
the. steamer. The letter speaks of com
in tn Chiraiaro and cxDresses a hone that
'his English friends may visit America
while he is still here. . '
Since then nothing has been heard of
him. Curiously interwoven with the
search is the effort being made to find a
Miss Compaus, who was a close friend
of Nortnedge during Tiis. stay in this
city. Northedge gare her n. note, for
fe?" jp iir j
FORTY MILLION CAKES. YEARLY.
THE PROCTER & GAM3LZ CO, C4MT1.
$1,000. This note has nover been pre
sented for payment, though for some
time after Northedge left this city Miss
Compaus was known to be here and at
times communicated with his lawyers.
"Recently 'she, too, has disappeared and
no trace of her can be found.
Changes In Western Freight Bate.
Chicago, March 14. At a meeting of
the western freight men it was decided
to allow a rate of 25 cents on carloads of
beer from Chicago to the Missouri riverr
a minimum weight of 24,000 pounds to
the car being agreed upon. A request
for a reduction in lime rates from Han
nibal toJpoints in Kansas,, and Indian
Territory as against the rates' from Aux
Vazes, Mo., was defeated. A request
for the application of Oroaha-St. Louis
rate3 on packing house products from
Sioux City to St. Louis was refused. It
was declined, to allow Omaha rates to
Sioux City on shipments of rice from
Mayor Fitrpatrlck Acquitted.
New Orleans, March 14. Judge
King read his decision in the impeach
ment proceedings against Mayor Fitz
patrick. Three charges have been de
cided so far. They are in favor of the
mayor, acquitting him of the charges.
WHEAT BOLLS STILL IN CONTROL.
Market Started Steady and Closed With
Chicago, March 14. Wheat started steady
bat rather dull today. Cables were unchanged
but the western states reported but. alight
covering-of snow to protect the Avheat fro-
the cold wave and traders were looking foran
advance, restraining frea selling.
Corn was steady, influenced mainly by wheat,
and oats followed corn.
Provisions were higher, continuing the ad
vance of ye3terday. Hog3 receipts wore not
up to the estimate and prices at the yards
WHEAT March. 552 ; May, 572; July,
"36c: September, 585.
CORN March, 44?: May, 4fJ3; July. 46
ISc: September, 46gc. i
OATS March, 23Jso; May, ; June. 29Jc;
PORK March, $11.95; May, $12.12!; July,
LARD March, S5.80; May, $0.92: July,
t'.OSJ.; September, $7.15.
RIBS March, 5.80; Maj. $5.97J; September,
Chicago Live Stock.
CniCAOO, March 14. HOGS Receipts, 33,000.
head; left over, 4,0X; market active. 510o.
advance; Riixo.l,$4.1u1.55; heavy, $4.154.65;
CATTLE Receipts, 900 head; market Arm,
to 10c higher.
SHEEP Receipts, 11.03) head- market firm.
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Omaha, March. 14. CATTLE Re
cciptEl.lOU head: 1300 to 150) b, ?4.905.40;
HJUtol33J U.. 'fl.5333 .00; 90) to 1100 lbs., $4.00
(8f 1.50; choice cows, $2.5033.90; common cows,
1.25.i2.50. Rood feeaers, $3.15S3.S0; common
feeders. $2.253&00. Markot 10 to 15c higher.
HOJS Rc!Cipt3, 2, 0 J head ; light, $4.0JJ4.35;
tnixnd, $4.3034.80: heavy, J4.&J4.45 Market
SHP-dBecpt!400 head,: muttons. 13.03
lamfe, JiA)4.9J. Market steMy.
w.e: fooled the:iailiff.
DeMDoaegan, oae of the most sidllful
thievta known to th police; gave' an ex
hibition of her art Monday morning at
tho Harrison Street police station, which
gave Bailiff Vogel a still greater opin
ion of her dexterity. She had been ar
rested in pursuance of a standing order
given by Chief Brennan to look her up
on sight and was arraigned before Jus
tice Foster. She was discharged, as
there was no evidence against her. Be
fore leaving tho courtroom she stopped
to chat with the bailiff.
."You aro pretty clever, Dora," said
Vogel, "but if all men were as hard to
rob as I would be you'd have to do
something else for a living. "
"Oh, somo day some one will fool
you, too," said Dora.
Tho two stood talking for a few min
utes, and then tho woman left the room.
Shortly afterward Bailiff Vogel found
that his diamond scarfpin was missing.
In an excited manner ho called tho at
tention of several officers to his loss,
and they began to search tho room, as
the bailiff thought it had dropped from
his scarf to tho floor somewhere. While
they were engaged in the search the
Donegan woman approached Vogel and
"Have you found your pin?"
"No, "replied Vogel.
"Well, here it is," said the woman.
"Be careful next time when you brag
about yourself. I just wanted to show
you that you would be an easy mark, "
and she went away laughing. Chicago
Consumers of chewmjtokacroiAc
arewioj to pay a little more tk
die price diaged for the ordinary
trade tekecos. will jmdtk
brand superior to allotted-
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We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
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not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
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We the undersigned, have known F.
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lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions 'and financially
able to carry -out any obligation made
by their firm
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Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and
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75c. per bottle. Sold by. all Druggists.
I have a very .fine grade, of- Chenille
Covers, for stands and dining room ta-
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No.t-AtIe Exppms .ltottUde a. ,
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No. 28-Freight 7S0 L
No.lB-Preight ... ..... 99. i'
No.22-Freight " i&i I, Si
fiorne n uLmycvtAix ttmk.
Mo. -Pacifw ItXBrw.... .Dept 7J0a. m.
Ho. 1 Luaitad. " 11:00 r
No.,21 Fraifrht 350 P. M
No. 25 Freight. . &30 A. M
R.3. OLDS. Agent.
J1RENCH & BALDWIN,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
Office over N. P. Ntl. Bank.
fJRIMES & WILCOX,
fJOETH PLATTE, - . - NEBRASKA.
Office over North FUtto Katio&al Bank.
pR. N. F. DONAIJ)SON,
Assistant Snrgeon Union Pacfio RtiT .
and Member of Pension Board,
NORTH PLATTE, ... NEBRASKA.
Office over Streitz's Drug Store.
M. EVES, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA
Office: Neville's Block. Diseases of Women
and Children a Specialty.
$1.50 AND $275.
Quality considered, they are very cheap.
I also takebrdera for I
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Enlarged Pastel Portraits.
from S3.00 bi $15.00. Also all kinds of
frames which are fine and which I sell
cheap. f 1
Ditches aoi laterals.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB
jxntMrl ir epared iMM4Hlani far yean to
yrivyn.a'tttV'w b7 the
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13- rea,XarraglciBv;BeaaMMa( .33
14- Salt Rhmn, ij1iaM.ttaloai.. .33
15-Sheamatiaai, Kaaawabe Fataa .'25
16-3Ialarla, CaaVa. Parar aadAgM .35
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Maps, Jailmates and reports made, and
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Furniture : Repairer.
Special attention paid to all kinds of
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made to order or remade. Furniture re
pairing of all kinds promptly and neatly
executed. Leave orders at The Fair
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NOTICE FOB PUBLICATIOK.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb., )
February 11th, 1895. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on April
MORBELL A. "WEBB,
who made Homestead Entry No. 15,603, for the
Northeast quarter of Section 9, Township 9
north, Bange SO treat. Be nam or the following
witnesses to prove his continnons residence
upon and cultivation of said land, viz Joseph
D. Hawkins, John A. Simms, A.L. Stark and
Morgan W. Davis, all of Welifleer. Neb.
C22 JOHN HINMA, Register
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
In the District court of Lincoln county, Nebraska.
The State of -Nebraska; to GreeifL. Sherman,
170U ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That von
1 have been sued, togetlf erwldi Annie Sher
man, Mcuonnicx Harverang Machine Company,
a corporation,, juicoa . wanney, cnarles. S.
Fairchild, Harry E. Mooney, Sanford B. Ladd and
Frank'Hagerman, as Receivers of the Lombard In
vestment Company, a corporation, as co-defendants,
by Betsy W. Kingman, as plaintiff, in the Dis
trict conrt ot uncoln county, Nebraska, and that
on or oeiore tne istn day of April, 1B5, you must
answer me petition, in can n eery aiea tnereln
against said defendants, by said plaintiff, in which
plaintiff asks for a decree foreclosing the mort
gage given Dy yon, said defendant ureen JL. sner
man, to the Lombard Investment Company, dated
May 22d, 1890, and covering the following described
real estate, snnated in Lincoln county, NeDraska,
to-v.it The West half of the Northeast quarter,
and the North sixty (60) acres of the East half of
the Northwest quarter of Section number twenty
two 111) in Township number nine (9) Nertn,
Bange number twenty-seven (27J, West of the 6th
Said netltion further prays that all the risht.
title, lien or interest of all the defendants in or to
the said lands, and every part thereof, be decreed
junior and inferior'to the aforesaid mortgage now
owned by saia piainunrana tnai saia lanas 00 soiu
and tho proceeds of the sale be applied, first so the
payment of the costs of sale and of said action, and
second, the amount due the plaintiff upon said
mortgage, and that all of the defendants be barred
and foreclosed of all interest In or lien upon said
And nnless you answer said petition, as afore
said, the facts therein alleged will be taken as true
and a decree will be rendered as therein prayed.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court, by
me affixed, at North Platte, Lincoln county, Ne
braska, this 2d day ot March, 1895.
j W.C. ELDEB,
Cleric of the District Coortof XI woln aoanty, .'-
braska. ' '
Fxxbt k Small,
Puls rrax k Axxxaxdkk,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Concordia. Kansas.
(First publication in The Nobtb Platte Thi-
bdne, Marcu atn, 1HV5.
l!f tot Cooirrr CoubtJ or Lis cols Coustt,
NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION.
lilies his wife. Jsmes
his wife, James H.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE.
J. W. Dalbey and Albert C Bnrnham, Lysander
w. Tuiieys and James N. Brown, (partners as
Burnbam, Tulleys k Company), defendants, will
take notice that on the 8th day of October. 181M.
Ellen B. Partridge, the plaintiff herein, filed her
petition in the district court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, against said defendants, the object and
prayer of which are to foreclose a certain trust
deed executed by Levi C. Leaon and Margaret
Lenon to L.. w. 'I alleys, trustee for Clarence K.
Hese, and afterwards assigned, together with the
bond which said trust deed secured, to the plaintiff
herein for a valuable consideration, upon the
South half ot the Northwest quarter, and the North
half of the Southwest quarter of Section twenty-two
(22), in Township ten (10), North of Range thirty
one (31). West of the sixth (6) principal meridian,
in Lincoln county, Nebraska, to secure the pay
ment of one principal bond, with interest coupons
attached, said bond dated April 2d, 1888, for the
sum of Five Hundred dollars, due and payable five
years from date thereof: said trust deed provided
that in case said bond or coupons are not paid when
due, or within ten days thereafter, the whole sum
secured thereby may be declared to be due and
payable.. There is now due on said bond, coupons,
and trust deed the sum of Five Hundred and Nine-ty-eeven
.dollars and twelve cents ($597.12), with
interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from.
October 1st, 1891. for which sum, with interest from
this date, plaintiff prays for a decree that defend
ants be required to pay the same, or that said prem
ises may be sold to satisfy the amount found due.
You are required to answer said petition on or
before Monday, the 15th day of April, 1S95.
Dated March 4th, 1895.
C. C. FLANSBDKG,
5-84. Attorney for Plaintiff.
Meats at wholesale and re
tail. Fish and Game in
season. Sausage at all
times. Cash paid for Hides.
Subscribe for the; Semi
To George Hiles and -
W. Hiles and Hiles
Schall and Schall his wife, August Larson
and Larson his wife, Charles P. Elliott and
Elliott his wife, Harvey M. Trimble and
Trimble his wife, C. H. Clapp and. E. C.
You and each of you will take notice that on the
25lh day of February, 1895, the Gothenburg South
Side Irrigation Company filed its petition in tho
county court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the
object and prayer of which is to have the County
Judge of said conrt appoint five disinterested free
holders of Lincoln county, Nebraska, to ascertain
the compensation due to the following named
owners of and persons interested in the following
described parcels and tracts of land, from the
gttltl ftotheubun; 9 On tit Bide Irrigation. Ca.,iv,
for a right of way for the construction and build
ing of its irrigation canal across the said tracts of
land, according to the location ot said canal as
shown by the survey thereof and by the plate
attached to said petition.
The following is the .description of said lands
with the names of the owners and persons in
terested, the width of right of way required, the
size of the ditch through the land, and the amount
ot land taken.
The east half of section 31, township 12 north, of
range 25, owned by George Hiles and to which the
8ai(l James W. Hiles claims some interest, said
interest being unknown to plaintirr. the width ot
right of way required being eighty feet, the size of
the ditch through said land being 24 feet on the
bottom and having a side slope uf 2 to 1. and the
amount of land taken being ten and 50-100 acres.
The southeast quarter of section 5," township 11
north of range 26, owned by George Hiles, and to
which the said James W. Hiles claims some in
terest, said interest being unknown to plaintiff,
width of the right of way required being eighty
feet, the size of the ditch through said land being
24 feet on the bottom, having a side slopo of 2 to 1
and the araounfof land taken being five and 5X5-1 00
The northwest quarter of section 9. tawnshin 11
north of range 26, owned by Harvey M. Trimble,
the width of right of way required being eighty
feet, the size of the ditch through said land being
24 feet on the bottom, having side slopo of 2 to 1.
the amount of land taken being five and 94-100
The southeast quarter of section 9. townshin 11
north of range 26, owned by Harvey M. Trimble,
and to which C. H. Clapp has or claims to have
some interest, tho width of right of way required
being eighty fet, tho size of the ditch through
said land being 24 feet on the bottom with side
slopes of 2 to 1, the amount of land taken being
4 and 59-100 acres.
Tho Southwest quarter of Section 15, Township
11 North, Range 26, owned by Charles P. Elliott,
the width of the right of way required being
eighty feet, and tho size of the ditch through said
land bcioi; 131 feet on tho bottom with nlrtn lnn.4
of 2 to 1, the amount of land taken being 3 and
Tho South half of the Northeast quarter of Sec
tion 23, Township 11 North, Range 28, owned by
August Larson, aud on which one E. C. Bryan
has a mortgage, the width of the right of way re
quired beiug eighty feet, the size of the ditch
through said land being 24 feet .on the bottom
und having side slopes of 2 to 1, the amount of
land taken being! and 33-100 acres.
The Southeast quarter of Section 23, Township
11 North, Range 2f, owned by James H. Schall
and on which ono E. C. Bryan holds a mortgage,
the width of the riirht of wav reauired bfincHB
feet, the size of the ditch-through said land being
24 feet on the bottom with side slopes of 2 to
tho amount of land taken being 5 and 32-100 acres;
all of the foregoing lauds being in tho County of
Lincoln, aud the State of Nebraska.
Said petition will be heard at the offiea nf th
County Judge, In Lincoln County, Nebraska, at
North Platte, in said Conntv. on th 99th of
March, 1695, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at
which time and place all persons Interested may
appear and show cause, if any thev havt. hv ni
appraisers should not be appointed.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and the seal of said Court this 25th day of
JsEALJ. JAMES M. BAY,
F2 County Judge.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE.
"NotlPB in hnrpHr" crtvnn hof Vyr
7 . . . "J imuouiai;uuuu
mortgage dated February 11th, 1895, and filed la
iho Oifice ftttha craintr clorV nt Tn.i - i
Nebraska, February 12, 1895, which was executed
u .nu3i,er io m. w. uurunnd, to secure
the payment of 300 and Interest at 10 per ceat
from February 11th. iw -mj .
even date with said mortgage; the amount dae
v.wi. wu, ouu luiemi at tu per cent tram
February 11th, 1895: Default having been mad
in the conditions nf R.tiri mnrtrmr.. v i
mortgagee feels nnsafo and insecure, and no suit
or other proceedings at law having been com
menced to recover said debt or any part thereof, I
will on the 27th day of March, 1895, at 1 o'clock p.
m., at the store lately occupied by Z. J. Hostettir
as a general merchandise store in Sutherland, Lia
colnconnty. Nebraska sell at publio auction to
the highest bidder for cash, the property described
in said mortgage, ti-wit: The general stock of
merchandise consisting of dry goods, groceries.
the stock of merchandise in tho store lately owned
- v. uwicuor.
uaiea Jturcn 4th, 1895..
C. "W. BUBKLTJND,
By J. 8. Hoaglasd, His Attorney. Mortga8c-.a
PACIFIC USD JH,
I. A, FORT,
Has 200,000 aoreof U. P. R. R. tend, for
eaie on tne ten year plan. Call and
se him if you want a barraini
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