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!rf8IDAT ETEflKG, lif 3;
Always Expect More
than at Oth
y ! uii
A Fine line of the Latest in Millinery rec
Pancy Silts, Muslin Underwear. Shirt Waists and Skirts,.
Laces and Ribbons, Kid Gloves. FINE F(
weekly throughout lie entire season.
S2k Mitts and Gloves, Gent's Famishing Goods, Hosiery and Underwear.
A SPECIALTY. Tinware and Wbodenware.
When advertisements are
I is but one result universal
ked by Strict Truth there
!f Sf aCtl On. We Ifecir rail to Please.
Lancaster Woma's CIttfe.
My Dear Editor:
Ik response to an invitation to tell
something-of the organization of
the Lancaster "Woman's club, I -will
I- state that we are at present, narae-
'Je or, to use the language of one
of otrrnde contemporaries, vre nave
Vxlipped. like a ship from its stays,
a mameless derelict," In spite of an
invitation to our dear critics, the
men, we fail to hear anything- bet
ter smgested, than the following
frcw a devoted habitue of theHam
iltoa club, a financier, a man of let- i
ters, who. "having- outlived: bis davs !
fair sex. would
" atome not alone to one lone woman.
but to the dear creatures alL Uni
ted in the Woman's club, he would
share his club's name, and gracious
ly call it the 3Irs.' Hamilton club;
but in lieu of a name, over which we
have had quite a breezv time, we
will be compelled to call it the Lan
caster Woman's club until we get a
The three names receiving- the
hisrhestnumber of votes in the last
ballot being- Ebvnonia (a Greek
word meaning- club or a community
of interests), Portia, and Julianna
Penn. The necessary two-thirds
vote was wanting-; so the subiect
for a month,
165 aesibers. -'Osr president is
Miss. Alice 2v evin. daughter of the
late Prof Nevin, president of Frank
lin and Marshall college. To Miss
Nevin's untiring- energy and persist
ence we owe our existence. She
has good common sense, intellec
tual ability, as well as high social
position, which inspire confidence
with regard to the success of the
has been quite an anima
ted discussion among- the women of
the clmb as to the proper signature
in the registering- of -names. It is
of course customary in writing- to a
friend or equal to sign your chris
tian. w and there is not a
womam ko has signed that is igno
rant of that tact. A woman's club,
however;, is made of a hun
dred or more names, many of
whom are merely acquaintances, by
wkom yor christian name would
be scarce recognized. In the case
of several of the same name the dis
tinction would easily be found in the
nae of the husbandespecially
where three or four of the same
'same. or. as is frequently the case,
where Mother and daughter bear
the same name.
At present we have organized a
number of departments each presid
ed over by a chairman and assistant
chainnaa, whose duties are to pro
mote the success of their own de
partment. We have a class in Cur
"rcAt Eremts , chairman Mrs. Hobin
so, meetimg' efery alternate Wed
aesdav mccnimg'. A'department of
Msic sader the char-manship of
Mrs. McCarter, assisted by ilrs. i
JEshelman, we tkik win prove a
fee department, with good work, j
A five or ten minste essay will be
read ox a subject pertaining to
masic, by some oe appointed by
the chairman at the ptfrrioms meet-
the smbjoined eaeiy eif read
by the writer of this letter at oneof
"There is no language, except
that of Hove, that is more universal
thaK the beautiful language of Ma
sic It 4ees not require a fine edu-
"'ca.tkM.'te eJoy its charms, or to be
either rich or poor, to be suscepti
Ke to its influence. The lullaby
va 4eVtless the first connected
atsic;. asxfcwas the natural out
come of mother-love many, many
Tears ago. The Hebrew mother
Mary sang a lullaby, no doubt, to
oar LertL as he lay encircled in her
arms. Each nationality has its
own lullaby of course in its own
Jamgaaj but the dear bahies, su-
eriar to s children of a larger
.Zm J s ut n
mnoerstsaa uuciii a-u.
There m Mo form of masic more ao-
yrecmtrf t thepresent time than
the hercmtse, or cradle song. One
rarely sees a concert program now-
a-days without at least one number
a lullaby which requires dainty
handling to carry out the intention
of its composer; this is notably the
case in Gottschalkrs lullaby.
heard Go tts chalk play in this city a
very long- time ago (I have the ad-
I vantage of most of you in point of
years), and his was exactly that
dreamv, poetic style which inter
prets his lullaby welL
There is one musical sound that
dwells in my mind ever since the
World's Pair. I heard it in the Ja
vanese village it was produced by
water trickling through two pieces
of bamboo so placed that the action
ot tne water would lire tne upper
one and let it fall on the lower, pro
ducing two beautiful tones. It was
music in a very pretty and primitive
form, and as great contrast to the
Samoan band across the Plaisance,
as the gentle Javanese to the
But to come back from the Old
World to the New, and more partic
ularly to our department of Music,
which under the able leadership of
Mrs. McCarter we hope to make an
important factor in the club. Har
mony in action will aid in produc
ing Harmony in music just as in
rowing a boat, it is the pulling all
together that makes the boat ad-
and,in conclusion,let us also
- I ,a.t i.i i - r T C I
lines-, notably educational and polit
icaL The Omaha Woman's Club is
educational with, a practical side,
and. not in the least political. With
in its ample wings women of all
shades of religious and political be
lief are gathered and the utmost
good feeling prevails.
Its democracy is so broad that
the most aristocratic leader of soci
ety holds a. place equal to, but no
higher than that of the woman who
works for her Iivinsr.
Ability and tact are the passports
to popularity, not dollars and cents;
and in this genial atmosphere tal
ent hitherto buried has blossomed
like the rose.
Once or twice factionalism has
shown its hateful form, but it was
quickly suppressed, and at the
present time there is no sign of it
The Club has a membership of
present e to the club a
500. with an annual fee o$3.0 pertBrBreartieis
'that the best in each one of us can
oIv unfold bv the warmth and sun
light ot sympathetic surroundings.
The chilled air of antagonism, and
indifference congeals at once, and
what might have blossomed into
flower, is frozen in its gxst attempt
If the paper is on the life or work
of a special composer the music of
that composer will be given.
A class in English Literature has
been organized, and at present has
taken up the life and works of Rob
ert Eouis Stevenson. The depart
ment of Botany has been organized
by Miss Martin, Eatin teacher at
the High schooL Meetings will be
held in the High school building, as
the microscope and everything nec
essary to the study is there. The
department commences, this week,
as the wild flowers have now begun
to show their pretty heads. The
Art department has not as yet been
rally organized, but will no doubt
do some good work in the near fut
ure, if it is only to organize a
I suppose some of the disconso
late and captious husbands, in read
ing over the work that is laid out,
will say? "But where do the cooking
and sewing classes come in. that
are so necessary for the holding to
gether of our framework and that of
society?" My dear sirs, don't you
know that we Lancaster county
women are past graduates in these
courses, as the appearance of our
sleek and rosy faced spouses will
In conclusion, my dear Mrs, Edi
tor, I will say that I think our Lan
caster club has come to stay, and
we express the hope that 2forth
Platte will be inspired to follow our
example. Taxte Najotette.
Lancaster. Pa., April 23, '95.
The Omaha Woman's Gab.
Omaha, 2eb., May 2d, 1S95.
To the CorhespoxdsxceEditok.
In future ages the last quarter
of the Ivuieteenth century will be
known as- the period of organiza
tion, even as the first quarter is
now known in historr as the period
of constitution- Labor, capital,
ail branches of business, of the
learned professions, charity, phil
anthropy, reform, education and
last of all women are organized.
Formerly women's organizations
extended only along two lines re
ligion and temperance. Missio nary
societies and W. C. T. Us. being
the preparatory schools where they
learned how to do, and to question
why it should be done. EecentlyJ
tnev nave organized axons' other
member. It is composed of twelve
departments which meet regularly
once in two weeks tor study, and
each is required to furnish at least
one programme for the general club
meetings which are held every alter
nate Monday afternoon from- three
o'clock -antil five.
Political economy and social
science, applied economics, philos
ophy, art, music, German litera
ture, Hinglisn. literature, current
topics, domestic economy, parlia
mentary law and United States
history are the different lines of
study done in the separate depart
ments. Each department has an
able leader and the study done
under her direction is the most
profitable work accomplished by
the club. The department of par
liamentary law gave one of the
most unique and truly humourous
program ms given during the year.
It was in the form of a debate on
dress reform, and the question was
discussed, amended, substitutes
offered andfinaHy considered by the
committee of the whole. An ap
peal was taken from the decision
of the chair the previous question
moved and all conducted in the most
approved parliamentary fashion.
The musical department' "has
studied the development of music
from the first generation chant
down to Mozart and Mendelssohn
and its work has been exceedingly
profitable and entertaining.
In connection with, and as an aid
to the work of the art department
in studying the history of painting,
a series of six lectures was under
taken, illustrated by stereoptican
views of the works of the old mast
ers from Cimabue down to Murillo.
A small fee was charged and so
popular was the cource that the de
partment was enabled to purchase
some beautiful photographs .of
famous pictures which now hang
on the walls of the club room.
The German literature depart
ment was the first to present a gift
to the club id the form of a portrait
of Goethe, whose- works ' formed
their basis of study during the pres
The department of German history
whose vicissitudes have been many
and. varied, gave the programme on
April 27th and. although the study
is both complex and difficult, a most
.entertaining programme was given.
The current topic department is
very large and enthusiastic and
discusses evervthinsr from Trilbv
to the Chinese-Japanese treaty.
Applied economies may be said to
be the practical side of the depart
ment of political economy which i
has. ably considered such subjects
as money, bimetallism, compulsory
education and municipal reform.
A Shakespearean travesty was "a
feature of the English. literature
programme, in which Portia-Juliet.
Ophelia and Lady Macbeth aired
set of handsomely
of the six greatest m
a. letter rrom
wowld not be com
word of the capab:
mm. liajry- one per-
Mi her ac-
to whom, more
son, tne dub o
executive ability.. Sjie:"is yell quali-
fied to hold the
position to whi
one year ago.
The club is a
and is one of" the
of the Nebraska.
of Clubs, whose vi
popular and ho:
the Omaha Woi
possessing their own
chairs, etc, the club possesses a
gavel made from the mahogonyof
Ford's theatre where Lincoln was
I assassinated, presented, by Mrs. S
:c xowne, ana quantities of tea,
cups, forth dub "indulges in an oc-
A Letter from
itants and is
This is the most
the people as a.w
filthy, and poor.
lott nave reai
them in their n;
. without excep
and manv chew as.'
often puts the sn
baby's mouth to
There is no ch
ber on the ground
preaching but on
but Sunday sc
school is held
the year; but,
to hire the ch
of but little
The one in
J.3 IllrtUC Ui
imm i I
Twice we had
l V J L 1- . l
vE-swa: into the
XV . '-
eaBkchers, it is
To get ap early to allow the hen. to
lay ber &gg in our bed. The hens,
too, picked the meal out of the bowl,
saving washing. It was funny. It
was weird. I had to keep in mind
that it did not kill these people to
Eve in this way all the time, surely
it would not me in one week.
Let me give you a sample of the
names down here: "Malessie Del
phina Eemelina Consigma Brown."
The following belong to one family:
There are others, but "George"
could not remember them: First
George Welhn gto n Washington Cal
vin Spriggs Theodore Columbus
Nathaniel Napeleon Woods; second
Isabella Iretta. Aretta Ringer
Borr Mary Louisa Frances Jane
Woods ;Third William Henry Tay
lor Julius Thaddeus Nebo Scott
Santee Marion Woods. They rat
tle them on5 so fast you cannot un
I shall give you a sample of the
dialect, and close:
Howdy I Waal haow d'ye come on?
I'm jes tolabuL How's you'uns?
Tm mighty happy in this ere kiatry.
Say howdy to your maw for me.
We've a. right smart o' preachin
here o Sundavs. Someo'itlknow'd
wan't right butl lowed as 'twas
best to keep tolabul quiet like. I
reckin as how thar's plenty o meat
hyar coz thar war a right smart lot
o' mast last year. Heapo pigs run
nin' thro' th' woods with cow-bells
on. I was pow'ful mizzabul when I i
t j i l. t ritr '
JvUm UtlUVr II CI, UUL X III giLU
The would-be "Tar-heeL"
Dillsboro, 25". CL, April 24, '95.
TjoA OSe at JFertk
April 23d.KiSu )
Xotice ia ierbj-jiTM tiat ti fi iTTi i w f 1 1 j iiiiiinil
Mttfec&asitled Botxc of iia istesfioa ts aate.
prooi a aaseort of &a claim, aad tkat arid.
proof Till b made befere tie Segter ad Sa-
itw at Sorta giaae, jatevHi os. Jase
Sti, 135. rizr
who made Sumeetemd ZEtry 3To. 14329. for th
Xorth-west quarter of Sectioa 12. Tcrwnsaip U.
north. BasgB 31 west. He naaes tie toBowiag
witBesees to prove his coattaeoas residecce
upon anrt cultivation, ol said Iacd. viz Amaadaa
Kanils. Jxziea Adtims, D. G rabbets, and Tieo
dore Padgett, all ot Sosib. Platte. Neb.
aim JOSS 7. HXJTICJJS", Sagtes
StmCE FOB. P DBLITATI03 .
Lasd Office at North Platte. Nebr.
March IDrh. ISia. f
Notice is Eerebr givea that the f oHoviascaiaed
settler has filed notice of his LntestioH. to make
anal proof La. support of hi claLii aad that said
proofwili be made before the Rrginter aadBe
ceiTer at 2Corth Platte. Nebv. oil Xaj 10th.
ISA R. FACKLEK.
who- made Homestead .Entry So. 1321 for the
Booth half cf the southwest quarter and the west
half of the southeast qaarter Sectios 2. tevssfaip
H aorh. saryje SSweuS- Heaameathe&IZowiBg'
-witneaaes to prove bis contiauosa resideEce
irpoH aad caltlTatloa of said laad. rizr Walter
N- Siraracrsi. Nicholas P. Older. Abrahars Spor-
JOHN F. HINXAN, Register.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
L&Ed 0ce at North Platte. Nea. I
March 10th. 1SS5. i,
Notice is hereby- given that the foIIowiBS
aajned .-?ettier haa filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in. sapport of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before Register and
Beceiver at North Platte. Neb-, on. Mar Mth,
XICHOLAS P. OGIEH.
who made Homestead EatryJfo. for the
som&eaet qoarter of section W. township 11 north
raageSJwesC. kt names t touowiswitBesaes
do prore bis cmtinnom reside see apon. aad
cultivation of said land, viz: Walter N. Sim
mons. Ira. B. Fackler. Abraham Sgargin and
gaaccl Farmer; all of WaQace. Neb.
23-tJ JOHN F. HINMANBegiser.
Star Clotliff s I01&.
to nave senKSpafca across
the TuckaseigeesnaJJfcg- canoe
tvrentr feet long-.? I jt hiring- our
skirts about us, dainint of the
water la the boatieyfiaiched onr-
s elves on either side to balance it.
hardly daring- to breatlHyJor fear "?ve
might tip over, m A
One morningrent'a. funeral
uninvited. A woan"
the mountain. jHEf. ,of&n was
strapped to a rail add biwurht down
on the shoulders
wagon cannot n
miles in a. hack.
SkCui3IE forty L
Hfewjas a. church I
"bride looked yerj-swaetiaJaer white
dress, but her i mi 1 1 aaatwn told the
story of birth aad 4ALdu cation.
We forded a streafa ?4wice so that
me water came
broke down twi
strings and rope l
We have just
NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION
LaadOffieeatNarthPIatte. Xeb I
Notice is haefey give that the followihfr
named settler hae filea. Betice of his isseatioB. tn-
iake aai proof ia. anportof his nl-wrm and thxt
gajdaroof will be siade before the 3&aster and
'Keeerrer at North Platte, Nefa. oa MarWth.l3)5.r-
vtrr . aw
who made Hcmstesd Eatrr No. 13.T8B for the
north half of the northeast qcarter aad the north
of the northwest quarter of sectio&12. town
ship xl north, range 33 west, lie zsmes tne tou
lowing witseses to prore his " continnoes residence-
upon and cultivation, of said' FanrT. viz:
Ira. H. Fackler, Abraham, porpin. Nicholas P
Osier and John Staler, all of Wallace. Nebraska.
JOHN F. filNMAN.
23-5 - Begister.
NOTICZ FOK YCBTXCXttOS
T Office at North Platte. Xeb, ?
April 2d, 1S05.
Notice Is hereby- given that the f ollowiay-named
settler ha Hied notice of his istection t make
fiaal-preotirr support of his claizn. and that said
oroof will be made before Eesl-iter aad Secetver
at North Platte. eb on Mar 12th. 1SG5. -rixz
whorsade Homestead Entry No. for the
sontheajst quarter section 6. township-10 north,
ramze 32 west. He names the foIIbTrins witnesses
to pruve his coathraous reridence upoa aad cslti-
vaCOS 0 m lanu, nz w merj .
Staler. John Baier aad William Connor, all of
JOES" T. wttyav, Begfeter.
UTOTlCE IS HtlWIfKy V
tke clerk of the District coart ef the Thif-
teentnjaoiciaiDfetxtctof Neerasicu withia
and for Idacoia cosnty, in ax. actios whereia.
the 3f cKinlej-ria nwiag roaa aad Trustees
pany is- plaintiff, and Albert E- WHsos et al
are defendants. I will at one o'cloct in tHe
af ternooH. on. the 27th dav of Mav-. lass, at tie
east door of the Coexthbsse in the city of
Xorth Platte. Idacoin cosaty. Nehrasa.
offer for sale at peJjiic auction the f eBswinf
described real eatate. to-witr The northeaac
quarter of section trco 0n. tevrsship afteea
(15) north, of range twenty-six (2S west, of
the Sixth principal meridian, in Iiacaftx
Given nndermv hand this 18h dav af April.
Thos. c Pattxhsoj. Atty-
NOTICE TO N0N-EESH3E5T OZFENPA5TS.
To Conrad ZZsasermas. Tfarltac-T
The Coccsrdia. Loaa and Trast Ccmt-gmmy and The
Valley Loan aad Trast Cospadv?
You and each of yon, will take settee that oa
thelfthday of Jane, ISM, George Cotter Be.
plaintiff herein, filed his petiaoa. is. Ute Bbedet
Court of Lincoln eeaatT. Nesraelea, ijnfait yes
and others, the object and prayer et whieh ae to
foreclose a certain, mortfign exaeaaed by tke de
fendants Conrad Zlsasenaaa aad r?Tjrvit "lrrrw-r
man to the Xoskard larestseet CeaeyaKy. aad hy
aid eespasy daly asrigaed to tki ateattS, aees
the east 14 acres ef the sooth half of the seh
half of section S3, in towaahip d aarth, j- 39
vest, in Lincoln county. JTebraaia. to aataie the
paysecc of a. certain cospos bosd, dated Aagast
Uth. 188, for the saas.eft5etf.CQ. aad dat la hve
years from the date thereof; that there i sew das
on said bond and morte th rs at JW-fl8. fee
which sunt and taze paid, plaiatiS prays Ser a
decree that defendants pay the same, or that enid
premises may be sold to satisfy the asasnat feaad
Ton are repaired to aeswer atd pedtiaa ea oc
b efcre the Xth day of 3ay, 1S95.
Dated April 12th, le5L
OSOSGE CCTTZJt KEAL
By Tinrg t BAinwrs, His Attorneys. aH4
STJX3CONS ET PUBLICATtOS".
(TTHOXAS SXriHES AND SARAH E.
J. defendant will tahe notice that on the IGta
day of ApriL-lSK.Iizrie Tnttle plain tf if herein,
filed her petition in. the district court of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, against said defendants, the
object aad pWyer of which are to 1 orecloee a cer
tain, mortgage executed by the defendants toN.
W". atcGee open the sonth half of the north half of
the southwest quarter and lots 3 and 6. of section
-i. in township 13 north, of range 30 westexcept six
acres as or tae sotttneasc comer ot toe six sow
owned by the city of North Pf.ittg, to seenretfae
payment of a. certain prom theory note dated March
fHE STAR CLOTHING CO.
gTows misrhtier everr day
It invites the -world and its
(the world's) wife to call and ex-
nmTne their comnlete line of BICT- lSS. for the sum of JWQJJ0 and dne aad payable
amine tueir COmptCLC uuc ul jj fianve years from, the date thereof; that there is
-1o sinr'fc x"P"rrtfm STitr Tn Trilbv I no-dTie upon said note and mortgage the snsr of
Cie fiiUltS, JNeg-llg-e anirs in xruuj. ctt. for wJiichsam with interest from Xarch 6th,
, i - . --r lSGS.at the rate of ten per cent per aaanra. plain-
COiOrs, jNeCtties in rainDOW- UUes, 1 ait prays for a decree that defendants bereqaired
, , -. . . to pay the same, or that said premises may be
Hats. Caps. Gloves, Boys WaiStS soU to satisfy the amount fonnddae.
Yon are required to answer said petition on or
ana cjuinnjrs, ana cxents r nnusa-; before the awn day ot atay, kbs.
jjaseo. a-pru. run, mro.
TJ.IK TtiTTLE. Plain tiff.
By omm a; Wricox. her Attorneys. al25.
Lathe District Cosrt cf Lineela. Consty. Ne
braska. The-State ef Nebraska. toSeymesr B. Histey.
Eliza. Ksw ley, D. C.Lord. Jr Lord, wife ef
D-. CLord, Jr.. defendants. Greeting:
Ton. and each of yon, are hereby nettled that
yo have bees. sued, together with Xiitea B.
Whiteey. Charles S-rairsnfld. Harry 2. Xeosey.
SanfordiLaddand7ranhHagerssae as receiv
ers of the Lombard Xnvestaent Ceatpaey, a eor
porattoa. as co-defendant?, by John D. Newcoah,
as.pIaatiS,inthe district court of Lincoln eeay.
Nebraska- aad that on or before the 13th Axr ef
i jMj. jog, mage aaswerii
eery-aj art tteedtfra
;iK-m.lfca tae 1
state of Nabraska, to-witr The ast
Northeast quarter, and the East half of the South
east quarter of Section eighteen .13. in Towa
shiptairteen (13) north, Songe thirty-three
west of the Sixth P. X-
And said pedtiH farther prays that all the
right, title, lien or interest of all of the defend
ant in or to said lands, and every partthereof,
be decreed junior and Inferior to the said mort
gage, now owned by plain tin, and that said lands
be sold and the proceeds of the sale he applied
to the payment of the costs of the sale, aad of
said action, and to the aawant dse the p&xis&S
upon said mortgage, osd that ail of thedefead
aats be barred and foreclosed cfaU Interest la or
Iisn upon said land.
And teat unless you answer said petition, as
aforesaid, the facts therein alleged will be takes
as true, and a decree will be rendered as therein
Witness my hand, and theseal of said court by
me atfrred at North Platte, in Lincoln county,
Nebraska, this 27th day of Xarch, JSSB.
Clerk of the District Court of Lincoln County.
Perry ic Small and Pulsifer & Alexander, Cc&
eordia, Eansae, attorneys fer PlaintiS.
fTlrst published in Thz Nokth Platzx Tkjtjs
April it. isar.
in all the late and nobby
VOTICE IS HESEBT IVKN. That by
1.1 virtue af an order of sale issued by
rh rt-Tr rrf th TMrrtr i imji 1 rrf thThfr
I teenth judicial district of Nebraska, within
aaa. lor Lancein. county, m. art action waerem
the atcKialev-TJinniTTg Ioan and Trust coui
nany s plaintiff- and John. H. Allison etal are
' ttefendanta. I will at one o'clock: in the after-
nooaoEtheiTthdayof Xay.I8S5.at the east
door of the Courthouse, lit the city of Xorth
Platte. Lincoln county. Nebraska. cCer for
sale at jubifc: aactieKthe fellcwing'descrihed.
real estate, to-witt The east naff of the
southwest, quarter a&a. u six ami sevea
(5 and 7) of SectJoa six (6 in. Township six
teen. (15) north ef Sange twenty-eight CS)
west of the Sixth, principal isexidian in Ida
coin county. Nebraska
Given, under nry hand this ISth day of April.
ISBIt A- E. Hm-rrxscioy, Coroner.
Thos. C PAirxaeojr, Att'v. ajgs
YOU will find at.
rough, hard tri
and returned S;
est roads in
out. we saw
for our di users,
camped in true
stayed at night
ins, and for s
called it good-
BeadMIt i srooJ
us took a
ten sils, we
Cut Glass and Silverware
Pearl Handled Paper Knives
Cologne Bottles EHcaLgee
Silver Photograph Frames
Elegant Watches "o-
Manicure Sets Sn35h
CIacksr Dresden China cases
Rings and Jewels
ALL THE LATEST
and odors S o Trouble to S!io- Goods
NOTICS OF SAUL
AST A. GOLVrN AND T. J. TOLET. DZTZND-
ante. Impleaded irila Georze S. Gelvia. wUI
take notice that on tne IQta day of Ajcn, ISefi
plaintihT herein, filed her pe til ion is the district
court of Lincoln eosnty. agninat mid defesdanSs,
the obfect and prayer of which are to forecios a
certain mcrUfagn exeested by the defrerfrati,
Mary B. Goivin and George K. Golvin, to "i
p tain tin open the nertheaet qaarter of the north
east qoarter of section 2S, township It. range 33. in
Lincoln county. Nebraska, to secure the payrseot
of one pronuwory note, dated Dee 33th, litfL. and
dne and cjayable in oee year frees, the date thereof,
that there la now dne noon said note aad ssrtgrg
the sob of one hundred dollars with interest at the
rate of ten per cent from December 2Bch. U&U. asd
plaintiff pray that amid, prenaiaee say be decreed
to be sold to aati&fy the ausouus dne thereon aad
that the right, if any there be. of defendant T.J.
Toley. in or to said premise be decreed to be
junior asd inferior to that of plaintiff, and that
the seae be barred asd foreclosed. "
Ton are required to answer said petition on or
before the 3d day of Jane. 1S66.
SASAH EBAtTGH, PUlntin.
ByT-CTxracaoy,her ASemey. tEL
STJX3CONS ST FU3UCATION.
f First peilisheO. in the JToarH Psattx Txxstro,
April 9th, JS65.
In the District Court of T f -inotm eoasty, Ne
The State ef Sebraeka, ta Pl CTJteletoB.
X. W. Stapletss. -
XOnCS OF SALE.
VOTICE IS HKREBY GLVHS, That bv
13 virme of an order of sale issced. hv
the clerk of the District court of the Thif
teenthjnrticfal district of yebraaka. within
and for TMncsia coentv, in an actioc wherein
Thomas C Parxersott & plaintiS. and Lonis
P.Derljy etal are defendants.! win at one
o'cloci in the afternoon, on. the srth dav ef
May; ESC5. at the east door of the Coorthonse
in. the city of Xorth Piatt e. Lincoln cosntv,
Xebraska, oCer for sale at pnMic anctioaSe
following described real estate, to-witi? ihe
soath half of the northwest quartern aad the
west half of thesonthwest qnarterof SectSon
twenty-six (35. in Township sixteen (15).
north of Eange twenty-nine t:S) , west of the
Sixth priacipal meridian. In IdncoiK. coacty.
Given under my hand this 18th dav ef April.
a. E. HtrrrGXOjr. Corwier.
Thos. C PiTrntwy, Att'v.
T0T3CE JS SEXESf GIVEX,
ii rxTHeot aa order eri(
clerfc of the District mwrr of
tnCidal OmCriet. Of "Cfan1r-, virhm l-mJt
for Lincoln conaty. in an action wherein the
jarrk m itry-i airwtsg ism aad. Trust company
is plaint2. aad Isaac E-WDson etal are de
f endant3 j: win at one o'clock: in the afterncoii
on the rTth day of May. 1365. at the east door
of the CoBrthoese in the-rinrof-Vru-t-,
Xdncols county. Nebraska, offer for sale at
Public aactioa the following- described real
cas-itev is-witr 'ice northeast quarter ef
section twenty-3fx (28). in township sixteen
a norths of raa twenty-efr pr west, of
tne Sixth, principal meridian, in. Lincoln
Givea BDder my fraud, tha ISthda- of April,
KiK. A. E. Hxjuxscxoy. Coroner.
Taos. C- Pimacoy, Attv.
Tos are hereby
said plaiatiaT Hed
dose a certain
siven by safdD.
bard, now owsed
said petition farther
or Interest ef
aad every part
ferior to the mseupufe
WI LBG. Oe !KHiL
to tae itiwi mi
barred of ail ifiterent
aad nalese yos.
saM. tae facto
aad a decree resdered
Clerk of she Dietriet
' fcilif rrW "PaaaT W- v I
co-ief pedant?, by John leclea m & i
District caars of Xiaeote couacj. Alak f .
thac oa X Before Xar 2Bth tass. S f
the Detaoa ie rfranrrrr et M S
hrsaMlaipa..aatet said 6- ' 3al
object asd aratw af Mrtt gru -
aWnai. rlaimi TtxrA loth T.aea mm-
C StnMne to. Jum r. T. .a
real r itiw.rienatta MnafeT mmj . "m9
The sehveafc auftcr seet&)B k
tawasMp sine (3) north, rasace S f
west ot t& MSf ixi x -w Sr. r
flf iiii Tim i . r i-rn ivi law I
praye that aUrirtt- lies' S
aU said denwfa r. i a iK. I
rrrrTf hm ifi i . r S' f
Iieeof amid, slaietif: m i I
aadtseeroeearf wiu t v i
coateof eajeaadaT maid uim i
Pae apoR smht note W f
. asd that ma. at eh -t. v ml
is. er Hew uu u Vm S f
nwmtx the said setltia mm m I
therein staled -win i . i
TT. S- Land Cfiee acSorth Hmme, Kea J
Cnwpiat.i t havfay heem eatered at taia eee br
lwibaat DaaheL aaaraaC Loyal LwBerte far
U&SPiJ3-. Berthaeet garter of
fc3-t towaeaip 15 aorta, raaae 32 west
aeasaeeHatioB. or said eatry. the said partiee are
T saaoieaad to appear at Oa tT. s.
P'Ifae, 5ee es-lfealat day cf Jaae.
MK,at9 o-'ctect a. t respead aad ramifh.
tesfeoETconeerxia said aBeaad ihaadoaaent.
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