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THE NORTE PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY ptlBDSB? TUESDAY ETENING-, MSXSL 19; 1895r
XICB. GOLD DISCOTEEr IX UTAM.
he Su Jon Klver.
Ujew Toas, 3farch 18. Tkere arrired
last wight a young man "who, since
"Wednesday morning- last, has baen. fly
ing toward this city at tha fastest poaa
Weiate witli a piece of kigkly inJerest-isg-news.
TTfo name is Thoaas Grortkm
aad he k a member of tfeeCfo-eperatrre
Cosnaanity of Liberal Xormoas, Ksff.
S J nan county-, Utah. He is a
teacher and toot his pupils as.;
Seal expedition, along: the Sam Jut
irreK. Tkey dug up a number at gold
nuggets and a quantity of lake gold.
AH operationa were guspeaied and
the entire colony went to tha
bank on noon of JTonday, asd at tke
close of dayiigfct on Tuesday there had
been taken from the rrrer bed by a of
the motft primitive methods gold m
flakes and tiny nuggets equal to $2,900
A meeting of the eldera decided to dis
patch the school teacher to Kew York
with letters to influential friends. Gor
don left Bluff last Wednesday, and,
with single change of horses, reached
Durangp, Colo., 83 miles, the nearest
railroad point, in time to catch the fast
train on Thursday. He declines to dis
cuss the details of his mission.
IAA-'OVES LIBEt CASE.
Judjrs Drown Will Hear Armaments em
New York, March 18. The examina
tion of Charles A. Dana, editor of the
New York Sun, oa a charge of criminal
lfbel preferred by Frank B. 25oyes of
the Washington Star, came up before
Commissioner Shields in the federal
building this forenoon. Lawyers Root
andBartlett, for the defense, insisted
that the federal courts in the District of
Columbia had no power or right to de
mand the removal of Mr. Dana from
this city to Washington. Commissioner
Shield's, after hearing the arguments on
both sides, issued an order of commit
ment to Judge Brown of the United
States district court, and paroled the de
fendant in the custody of his lawyers.
Mr. MacFarlane and the lawyers for
the defense immediately repaired to
Judge Brown's court, and the latter
said he would hear the arguments on
Tuesday, April 2
kansas crrr bank fails.
The National Fail to Open Its Doors Far
Kansas Crrr, March IS. The Na
tional bank of Kansas City failed to
open its doors this morning. The direct
cause of the failure was the unfavorable
statement of the bank's affairs given
out March 15. In the panic of 1893 the
bank suspended, but through an ar
rangement then made the depositors
and the stockholders it was permitted to
resume business. The steady with
drawal of deposits since that time has
placed the bank in an embarrassing posi
tion and necessitated its suspension.
The statement given out is not complete.
It shows assste of f 1,080,000; liabilities,
$1,050,000. The Star says editorially
that none of the other banks of the city
will be in any way affected, being in
ISONWOKKEIW MAI "STRIKE.
Probable Outcome of the Abregatiem mf
tke Scale by Ohio Valley Operators.
PrrrsBUHG, March 18. There is much
speculation rife concerning the probable'
outcome of the abrogation of the iron- j
workers' scale by the Ohio valley oper- j
atats. According to the terms of the
agreement either side could terminate
it by giving 60 days' notice. The Ohio
valley iron manufacturers gave the re
quired notice, which will expire on April
L The exact amount of the reduction
they desire is not known. If the lodges
refuse to grant the demands of the man
ufacturers, it may result in another
long strike, which would be doubly dis
astrous in view of the gradual resump
tion in the iron business that has been
going on during the past few months.
Mill Owners Fear Trouble.
Minneapolis, March IS- The organ
izing of the Millers' union among the
operatives of the flour mills is the source
of some anxiety to the mill proprietors,
who evidently fear trouble. The reduc
tion of wages by the Pillsbury-Wash-
burn company at the demand of its
English owners was the cause of the
organization, which includes euery
mill and every class of employes. The
union has not yet affiliated with the
- Knights of Labor or the federation, but
expects to choose one or the other soon.
Hlg Botch of Indictments.
New Yoek, March 18. The extraor
dinary grand jury, which has been out
since" Jan. 7, reported to Justice In
graham, in the court of oyer and ter
miner, today. Foreman Leggett handed
up a bunch "of indictments numbering
35, and also a presentment censuring
the police department. It is expected in
meantime several arrests will be made.
' New York, Marcn 18. The steam
ship Lucania, from Liverpool, brought
1,310.000 in gold to August Belmont &
Co., and the steamship La Gascogne,
"from Havre, brought 4,000,000 franca in
WHEAT IOWEK, CORN HIGHER.
Moderate Reaction Followed by a Good
Advance Provisions Steady.
Chicago, March 18. Wheat opened steady
today oa tha decrease of 221..WJ bushels in tho
Liverpool wheat stocks. Cables atartel easv,
but Liverpool reported a recovery, and on that
the market here sold op a trifle. Trade was
Corn opened slightly lower, firmed up with
wheat and then reacted on rather liberal offer
lags, but later advanced.
Oats were steady but very dull.
Provisions opened steady on higher prices
for live hogs at the yards, but declined later
os free selling.
WHEAT March, 5lc. May. 6654c: July,
57Sc. September. 58c
CORN-31arch. 45K: 45ia&c:
Jnly.46Jc, September 46ic bid
OATS March. 29Hc May. 20i28He bid:
Jne. 23J420?iJc. July. 2S&C bid
PORK March. $11 33. May. 111.95; July.
LARD March. 8 97 May. 45.30. Jal7 9.32;
September $7 03
RIBS March. '3.77 Iay J1S733 90. July
Clilt 1. s stock.
Chicago. Maic is xlOGS Receipt. 53000
bead, left over 1.5. market active, heavy,
Heady others generally 5c higher light, J4.30
9LtS. mixed. $4 35S.70 heavy S4.9Q3l.75;
CATTLE Receipts. U.0CC id: Boat steers
steady, others weak to IQo lower
1 3IHEEP Receints. U.0G0 head. Best steady;
Swath Omaha live
South Omaha. March 18. CATTLE Be -ccipta.
200 head; 1300 to ISM lbs.. UAftKMr
1180 to 138J lbs.. S4.4034.90; 938 to lltW lbs., $4.00
4.7B; choice cows, common cows.
fL2S32J; good feeders, S3.1S&L&r common
feeders. L253.03. Market 10c lower.
SGi.- Receipts, 2.800 head.- light, $425&4.45;
xaixeij $4.334.45; heavy, 4.45($4.&J. Market
gHEEP Receipts . 900 head; muttons,
4.; laaU. W-aH. Hack statfy.
Twelve Employes Pinioaed Under
Mas of Brick and. Mortar.
THREE mSTAHTLY BILLED.
mt TsMse More geritmsly- Iajare
Xmt Expected, tm Live vTaiU tMad-
ie mt Teleao tmm Seesve mt a
Toledo, March 18. Th roundhouse
of the Wabash Railroad company in this
city-, located at the foot of South street
oa. the dock front burned to the ground
tot Rica 10 and 1 1 o'clock Snndaymorn
img. Three-quarters of an hour after
the first alarm -was sent in the southeast
wall of the building, 60 feet in circum
ference, fell in, burying 12 men under
neath it. Two of them -were instantly
killed, a third died a short time after be
ing taken from the debris and the
others were all badly hurt, one probably
fatally. All but one, John Bowen,
were employes of the "Wabash. The
R. H. EoKUiAsy skull crushed, inter
J. J. Pkbston, back broken, skull
crushed killed instantly.
John" Bowen, skull crusted, internally
Injured; killed instantly.
F. H. Howard, head bruised, face cut,
slightly burned;, will recover.
John Leary, leg broken, arm crushed,
skull fractured; may die.
Patrick McDonough, skull fractured,
shoulder broken; will recover.
Martin Greenburg; head cat; will re
cover. Harry Zimmerman, legs sprained, body
Louis Becker, head bruised, shoulder
Henry Gerding, head bruised and cut.
T. C.Lauer, head and neck sprained,
Casper Becker, head and shoulders cut.
Sent In a General Alarm.
The first alarm for the fire came by
telephone to the district offices at 10:10
a. m. A few minutes previously a resi
dent of the neighborhood of the round
house saw a small flame burst out of the
cupola and he ran to the office of the
foreman directly across from the round
house and notified those in charge.
General Foreman Howard summoned
the company's private fire department,
consisting of 15 men, to the scene and
a stream of water was directed toward
the blazing cupola. A heavy wind was
blowing and the fire soon ate its way
down to the roof of the roundhouse.
When Fire Chief Mayo reached' the fire
he saw that there was danger of the
flames reaching the oilhonse, repair
shops and the Wabash elevator, all in
close proximity, and he immediately
sent in a general alarm.
Meanwhile the road's fire company
had directed its efforts towards smoth
ering the flames in the southeast end of
the structure, which menaced the oil
house, and the fire at this point was
held fairly in check. The roof was al
ready ablaze and threatened, to collapse
every moment, but the falling of the
walls was not at this time anticipated.
The iron braces supporting- the- roof ex
panded in the intense heat and the frail' j
frame covering gave way with a muf
fled roar, falling in on the stalled en-'
gines. At this moment the southwest
wall, -18 feet high and 18 inches thick;
was seen to totter outward from the lat
eral pressure of the falling roof, and a
yell went up to apprise of their danger
the-13 men at work on this portion of
the building. The warning came too
late, and 12 of the men were buried in a
pile of brick several feet high. That
only two were killed outright was noth
ing short of miraculous. Streams of
water were poured on the smoking de
bris und as soon as possible the work of
rescue began. Bowen and Post were
buried completely and were dead some
time before their bodies were reached.
They were badly crushed, Bowen's
features being unrecognizable. Bohl
man was taken out in an unconscious
condition and removed to his home,
where he died a few hours afterward.
By this time half a dozen physicians
had reached the scene and attention
was directed toward carrying out the
injured. Leary was found to be the
worst sufferer and it was feared he
would scarcely live out the day. The
others, though badly used up, will prob
ably all recover. The firemen had a
stubborn fight with the now doomed
roundhouse, the heavy wind greatly
aiding the stubborn flames. At noon
the fire was practically under control,
after destroying all that was inflamma
ble of the building. The property loss
is estimated at $100,000, probably in
sured. The roundhouse, which had a
capacity of 20 locomotives, contained
only six engines and these are all badly
damaged. A Wheeling and Lake Erie
coal car and. a Baltimore and Ohio box
car were also consumed.
Ashore on Homer Shoal.
New York, March 18. The British
steamer Ontario, which sailed this morn
ing for London, touched the southern
edge of the Roiner shoal on her way to
sea. She lies in an easy position, and
will, no doubt, float on the rising tide.
Two tugs are near her. There is a two
masted schooner ashore on Homer shcal,
but do not yet know her name. The
life savers have passed a hawser from
her to a tug.
Biraetallists .Ire Jubilant.
London, March 18. A dispatch from
Berlin says the bimetallists are jubilant
over the proceedings of the state coun
cil, presumably because the council re
jected an amendment urging the im
portance rf not doing nothing to preju
dice the present currency system.
Ez-Congressman Townsead Dead.
Clevelad, March Itf. Ex-Congressman
Amos Townsend, prominent mer
chant of this city, died at St Augustine,
Fla , of heart failure..
URGED A APPEAL TO FORCR
Kr. IT ac Adam's Sensational Speech. Before
SC Louis Kni;kta of St. Patrick.
St. Louis, March 18. The "Knights of
St. Patrick were treated to a surprise
toward the close of their 29th annual
banquet, which was held at the Plant
ers hotel. The surprise was a speech
by D. H. Mar Adam, which created con
sternation among the assembled guests.
Mac Adam's first words attracted atten
tion and created, pain ani amazement
as they had never before done; He be
gan by decrying with almost indecorous
intap-sLtr the character of the , speeches
that hsK been delivered during tne even
ing. He claimed that of thoss present
not five men knew: the original purpose
of the Knights of St. Patrick or cared
for them.. He did not believe inparlia
smentary relief . It was futile and fatu
ous. England would continue to keep
prime faith with Ireland, as she had al
ready done, and the only way to-bring
her to terms and induce her to admit
the justice of the Irish cause was by an
appeal to force to the god of wars. He
then proposed the toast of "The Fenian
Brotherhood," and called upon Dr.
Reilly to respond.
Dr. O'Beilly arose, manifestly con
fused and embarrassed over the awk
ward situation in which he found him
self. Sympathizing with Mr. MacAdam,
ha realized that the guests present did
not sympathize with either. He had
no faith in a conciliatory or supplicating
policy. TSTothing in this line could be
expected to bring relief from England
and a resort to force was the only prac
ticable method left open to those who
desired to see Ireland liberated
rcnrsox the argo- discovert.
Farther Experimeuts Kay Disclose Other
Jfew Elements In the Air.
New York, March 18. As soon as
Thomas A. Edison can find the time he
means to learn something about argon,
the newly discovered gaseous constitu
ent of the atmosphere. Mr. Edison says
that he not only believes in the discovery
of Lord Bayleigh and his coworkers,
but thinks it probable that further ex
periments will disclose other new ele
ments in the air.
To tell the truth," said the electric
wiz ird, "the discovery of argon is a
fresh evidence of how little we know
even of the commonest matters. The
air has been analyzed over and over
again for half a century without sus
pecting that it held any new elements'
Mr. Edison explained that his investi
gations concerning his incandescent
lamp showed him phenomena which
could only be explained on the hypo
thesis of a new element. But he was
unable to say whether argon was re
sponsible for those phenomena.
Colombian Rebels Defeated.
Colon, March 18. A number of po
litical prisoners, captured at Kocas del
Tero, charged with complicity in the re
cent disturbances there, have been
landed hare. General Maturis has de
feated a force of 3,000 rebels at Suata,
in the province of Socorro. The rebels
are retreating toward Boyaca. The
French cmiser Roland is going to La
Goayra, Venezuela, in connection ;with
the trouble between France and that re
public. Export Bounty Snspentletl.
The Hague, March 18. Owing to
the heavy fad in the price of sugar the
government has presented to the state's
general a bill suspending for a year from
June 1 the export duties on sugar grown
tn the Dutch Indies.
It cannot be denied that the 16
to 1 free coinage silver men in con
gress who have been sneering at an
international conference for the
past two years are "strictly in it,"
should suck a conference be called
prior to the sitting of the Fifty
fourth congress. JThey . will be
represented in tke'eonference-by all
the six members appointed by the
two houses with the exception, pe -hapsr
of HItt of Illinois, who Is a
conservative bimetalist. The pre
sident can appoint but three on his
own behalf, and it is hinted that
these will be "jroldltes." It that
should prove true then the over
whelming majority of the American
conferees would meet the European
delegates with no desire to make a
success of the conference. But if
the president should appoint three
bimetallists. not committted to free
coinage of silver at 16 to lor bust"
they, with Hitt, would be In a
minority of one. four to five. Four
of the six appointees already named
are from tke ranks of the southern
democrats and permeated with that
Intense southern desire to give it to
the .north and east in the neck.
They are sectionalists and soft
money, wildcat-banking men whose
judgment on finances would make
them the laughing stock of the real
business men of both continents,
and unless Teller of Colorado
should conclude to break loose from
the traditions of his state and act
on his own judgement, which is
sound at the bottom, but which has
been held in abeyance for two or
three years by the clamor of the
silver miners of his constituency,
there is little hope of any results
from any conference that may be
called within the next ten months.
tnW9f" e - 4fOEr
TORTY 'MILLION CAKES YEARLY.
We offer One Handretl, Dollars Jle
orard for any case of Cataerh that can
not be cured by Hall's; Ceearrh Cure.
J F. Chstet dt, Co-, Proem, Toledo, O.
We the uadersigned, have, known F.
.L. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly hoiecable in all
business trawMCtibss omI financially
ible to carry esut any oWiffation made
by their fires-
West & Traar, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O. Waldisgv Khi & Marvin,
Wholesale Dra ggiesv Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure it taken internally
ictmg directly upoa tke- blood and
mucous surfaces of tb system. Price
75c. per bottle. Sold by SA Druggists.
I have averyftse
Covers, for etasra
bles, which I seQ lee
SI. 50 AND $2.75.
Quahty considered, tfcty are very cheap.
I also take orders for "
Enlarge Psjl Portraits,
from 3.00 to tl&OOlf Abo all kinds of
frames which are Sat astd which I sell
WILLIAM HUN SON.
Ditches ant laterals.
&ORTH PtJliTTC, NEB
Cojisumeiy cf diewfig tokeco w!io
arewtllito paij a little more ik
Ae price kpl for tfia ordinary
trade tobaccos, "vvill jlndthis
brand superior fc all oAers-
Subscribe for trie Semi
fa ZQrmiOmmMf, Sife Soft
SXcmumlSii Mnm ssi s rfysssweSsu
F. F Calie srSrifssn BwHrMSe
G. G. HiacartftssBH Mrrtaces.
H. H. UriMraat KISsm Mmswcsw
Single Bottle (arcrSMsassfc - - .CO
Stable Cue SpssS bTssm n
Veterinary Cmm OSM JtatlBMS; WTJM
JarTeterimavy Css4JbV 1.09
Sold Iiy1iiisil1it wtissfssl i iisin is I hf
quality Mi renipV C sMm
III II HUH I I SS . MlJt lMSSSssiS . h. I ml
Sold by Drat 1.1m,
pt or pnm.
Coal Oil, Gasoline,
Crude Petroleoari and
Coal Gas Tar.
U. P. TIME TABLE.
Leave orders at Newtons Store.
Meats at wholesale and re
tail. Fish and Game in
season. Sausage at all
times. Cash. paid for Hides.
No. Atlantic Express .......DeptlidO A. sc.
No. 4-Fnst Mail.... g 30 xSC
.rr15111 " siUi-x.
No.23-FreiRht 7i a. x.
No. 18 Freight . " tSKM p.m.
No. 22 Freisht " 4:00 a. x.
GOdO WIST 3JOC5TA12T H3UC,
No. 7 Pacific Exdtobb Dept 7:10 a. h
No. 1 Limited.... " 110 p. x
No. 21 Freiaht " 350 p. x
No. 23-Freight; " Sdj) a. m
N. B. OLDS, Aaent.
J1RENCH & BALDWIN,
ATTORN E TS-AT-LAW,
XORTII PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
Office over -S". P. NtL Bank.
QRLMES & WILCOX,
rJOHTH PLATTE, - JTEBRASSA.
Office over North Platte National Bank.
R. N". F. DONAI4DSON,
Assistant Surgeon Union PacJlc Rj'--ami
Member at Pension Board,
XOBTH PLATTE, ... 2TEBEASKA.
Office over Streitz'a Drnj Store.
M. EVES, M. D.,
PITTS ICIA2T A2TD SUHGEOIT,
NORTH PLATTK, - NEBRASKA
Officer Neville'"? Block. Diseases o Women
and Children a Specialty.
A. P. ETTTELL.
J. C. VAN NATTA.
KitteU & Van Natta,
Prospective schemes investigated. Un
profitable schemes rejuvenated. Surveys,
M?aps, Estimates and reports made, and
S3rSSS North Platte, Neb.
Ui WEST PRONT-ST.
G. F. SCHAMAM,
Fire and Life Insurance,
3,000 m$d DM Land.
HOUSES AID LOTS.
$ FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
Land and Emigration Asrent.
Sir irird 3euts:; gcsptocJ)tii.
E. B. WARNER,
A full line of first-class funeral supplies
always m stock.
N'ORTH PLA.TTE, - NEBBRSKA.
Megraph orders promptly attended to.
R. D. THOMSON,
Contractor and Builder.
127 Sisth St. Cor. of Vine,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Hershey & Co.
OP ALL KINDS,
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Buggies, Road Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Locust Street;, between Fifth and Sixth
FOR RELIABLE INSUR
ANCE GO TO T. C. PATTER-SON-
is the whole story
w m HAW? sopa
ti flrfrffAe Ciite mere than other packagisoda never spoils
111 PovlHJv! four universally acknowledged purtst in toe world.
Made okIj y
CO., Hew York. Sold by grocers everywhere.
icr Book of ralBablo Recipes FREE-
V. YON aOETZ,
The North Side Grocer, -
GROCERIES, : FL0FB, : FEED,
PROVISIONS AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Our Goods are Guaranteed Fresh,
Our Prices are as Low as the Lowest,
We' Insure Prompt Delivery,
We Solicit a Share of Your Trade.
NORTH LOCUST STREET.
Don't pay other people's debts.
Is tne ONLY Hardware
Man in North Platte that
NO ONE OWES. You
will always find my price
Yours for Business,
A. L. DAYIS.
Hardware, Tinware, Stoves,
Sporting Goods, Etc.
Ijf THKCocNTrCoxrarlos' Lracou Cnxmnx,
NOTICE POB publication;
Land Office at Uorth. Platte, Xeb., )
" February Hth, 1835. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler baa filed notice of bis intention to make
final proof in sapport oC his claim, and that said
proof trill be mode before the Register and Re
ceiver at North. Platte. Nebraska, on April
MORHELL A. WEBB,
who made Homestead. Entry No. 15.683, for the
Northeast quarter of Section. 9. Township 9
north. Range 'M west. Ee names the following
witnesees to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land, viz Joseph
T. Hawkins. John A. Slmms, A.L. Stark and
dToncan, W. Lavis, all at WellneetNeb.
122. JOHN F. HI N MAN, Register
NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION-
To George Hiles and
W. Hiles and Hiles
Schall anil SchalF his
IT. S. Land Office at North Platte. Neb., )
March. loUulSO."!. f
Complaint having been entered at this office by
Charles' H; Smith against John D. Wagoner for
abandoning nis Homestead Entry No. 16757, dated
October 10th. 1S92, upon the east half of the north
east quarter and the east half of the southeast
quartor section a, township 10 north, range 2o
west, in Lincoln county, Nebraska, with a view to
the cancellation of said entry, the said parties ore
hereby summoned to appear at the U. S. Land
Ofilce, North Platte, Neb., on the 28th day of Aprir.
1895, at 9 o'clock a. m.. to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged abandonment.
ml35 JOHN I. HINMAN. Register.
NOTItJE FOK PUBLICATION.
Lund Office at North Platte. Neb. )
March 18th, 1S95. 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 Register and Receiver
at North Platte. Neb., on April 27th, 1895, Tizr
who made Homestead Entry No. 15,GO!. for the
southeast Quarter section 10. townshiD 1- north.
range 31 west. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said laud, vizr Joseph. H.
Bauer, uavia n. uaicer, Jlilo Jl. bpicer and John
lioontz, allotiNorta Platte. Nebraska.
22-6 JOHN" P. HJNMAN, Register.
StnniONd BT PUBLICATION.
In the District court of Lincoln county, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, to Green L. Sherman,
, uu Aiti. h KKr.it x auxifiKn. xnat vou
haTe been sued, together with Annie Sher
man. -Mccormick Harvesting Xachine Company,
a corporation, llilton B. Whitney, Charles S.
Fairchild, Harry E. Mooney. Sanford B.Laiiil and
Frank Hagerman, aa Beceivers of the Lombard In
vestment Company, a corporation, as oo-(Ief end-
ants, uy uetsy w. Kingmnn.aa plaintiff, in the Dis
trict court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, and that
on or oerore th lath day of. April, lfcto, you must
answer the petition in chancery filed therein
atrainst said defendant, by said olaiutifT. in which
plaintiff asks for a decree foreclosing the mort
gage given by you, said defendant Green L. Sher
man, " me Lombard Investment company, uated
May 22il 1890, and covering the following described
real ette, jttuated in Lincoln county, Nebraska,
to-wit.. The West half of the Northeast quarter,
and the North sixty ((30) acres of the East half of
the Northwest quarter of Section number twenty
two (22) in Township number nine (9) Nertn.
Bange number twenty-seven (27), West of the 6th
Said petition further prays that all the right,
title, lien or interest of all the defendants in or to
the said lands, and every part thereof, be decreed
junior anil inferior to the aforesaid mortgage now
owned by said plaintiff, and that said lands be sold
and the proceeds of the ?ale be applied, first so the
payment of the costs of sale anS 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 unless you answer raid 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 of March, 1S95.
Clerk of the District Court of Lincoln county, Ne-
Ekuhy & Sxaix,
FcurFKR & Alrxaxsezu
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Concordia. Kansas.
(Eirst publication in Thz Nobth Pxattx Tar-
BT73Z, March 5th, 1SS5.
NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE.
J. W.Dalbey and Albert C. Burn ham. Lysander
W.TulIeys and James N. Brown, (partners as
Burnham, Tulleys & Company), defendants, will
take notice that on the 8th day of October, 1S94.
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.Lenoa and Margaret
Lenon to L. W. Tulleys, trustee for Clarence K.
Hese, and afterwards assigned, together with the
bond which 3aid trust deed secured, to the plaintiff
herein for a valuable consideration, upon the
South half of the Northwest quarter, and the North
half of the Southwest quarter of Section twenty-two
f22). in. Township ten (10). North of Bange 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, dus and payable five
years from date thereof: said trust deed provided
that in case sua Dona or coupons are not paid wnen
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 ami Ninety-seven
dollars and twelve cents ($39702). with
interest at the rate of ten per ceat per annum from
October 1st, 1694. 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.
Tan are required to answer said petition on or
before Monday, the 15th day of April, 1S65.
Dated Xarch. 4th, 195.
C. C. FLANSBUSG,
3-8-4. Attorney far Plaintiff.
HItjs his wife. Jumes
his wife, James H.
wife, August Larson
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
25th day of February 1895, the Gothenburg South
Side Irrigation Company filed its petition in the
county court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the
object and prayer of which is to have the County
Judge of said court appoint five disinterested free
holders of Lincoln county, Nebraska, to ascertain
the compensation due- to tho following named
owners o and persona Interested in the following
described parcels and tracts of land, from the
said Gothenburg South Side Irrigation Company,
for a right of way for the construction and build
ing of its irrigation canal acrot-s the said tracts of
land, according to the location of said canal as
Hhown by the survey thereof and by the plats
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, tho
Blze oT?biii-irTrrri.ugh the land, and the amount
The east half of section 31. township 12. north, of
range 26, owned by George Hiles and to which the
said Jumes W, Hiles claims some Interest, said
interest beimj unknown, to plaintiir. the width of
right of way repaired being eighty feet, the size of
the ditch through said land being- 24 feet on the
bottom and having a side slope of 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 beiog unknown to plaintiff.
width at the right of way required being: eighty
feet, the size of the ditch through said land being
21 feet on the bottom, having- a side slope of 2 to l
and the amount of land taken being five and 96-100
Tho northwest quarter of sections, township 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:
21 feet on the bottom, having side slope of 2 to 1.
the amount of land token being five and 91-100
Tho southeast quarter of section 9, township 11
north of range 26, owned by Harvey M. Trimble,
anil to which C. H. Clapp has or claims to have
some interest, the width, of right of way required
being eighty fet, the size of the dltcli 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.
The Southwest quarter of Section 13, Township
11 North. Bange 26, owned by Charles P. Elliott,
the width of the right of way required being
eighty feet, and the size of the ditch through said
land being 24 feet on the bottom with side slopes
of 2 to L the amount of land taken beings and
The South half of the Northeast quarter of Sec
tion 23, Township 11 North. Ran go 26, owced by
August Larson, and on which one E.C. Bryan
has a mortgage, the width of the right of way re
quired beinff eighty feet, the size of the ditch
through said land beings 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 26, owned by James H. Schall
and on which one E. C. Bryan holds a mortgage,
the width of the right of way required being 80
feet, the size of the ditch through said land being
21 feet on the bottom with side slopes of 2 to 1,
the amount of land taken being 5 and 32-100 acres;
all of the foregoing lands being in the County of
Lincoln, and the State of Nebraska.
Said petition will be heard at the office of the
County Judge, in Lincoln County. Nebraska, at
North Platte, in said County, on the 29th day of
March, 1S95, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at
which time and place all persons interested may
appear and show cause. If any they have, why said
appraisers should not be appointed.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and the seal of said Court this 25th day of
, i' JAMES if. BAT.
F2t County Judge.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a chattel
mortgage dated February Uih, 1893, and filed in.
the office otthn ennntr fTarlr nf Ttnmln
Nebraska. February 12. Ifc9a, which was executed
cuaicifcer u w w uurainaa, 10 secure
the navmpnt nf 1 nm! fnfonwf in 4.
from February Uth. 193, on a promissory note of
even date with said mortgage; the amount due
thereon is $000, and interest at 10 per cent from
Februarv 11th. IMS- nf-init h
In the conditions of said mortgage, whereby the
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"."..Raocv icuw uiaiuBuuuinsecnrB, aan no suit
Or Other DraCHedinm nt In-v hntrlT-r V.nnn
menced to recover said debt or any part thereof, r
will on the 27th day of March. 1895, at 1 o'clock n.
m., at the store lately occupied by Z. J. Hostette-
as a 2eneralTnrrhnnflu. am-u 4 atx. i i .
In,n-t?ruT,,Jbrn-:fcl' 9t1L at PabUc auction to
, " ,7, IO casn. ine property described
in said mortgage, to-wit: The general stock of
merchandise rnnj.Hn,. ,i j ul-
bhoes, doSST and notJoclffiaU
imieu .narca 4th, 1&9.T.
C: W. BUBKLUND,
By J. S. Houieak,. His Afaorney.
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I. A. FORT,
Has 200,000 acres of U. P. R. R. land for
saie onine tea year plan. CalL and
aea him if you want a Wgain.
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