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"witnesses -before m Mtii
8 ;tat inrtigtion cotiiQtit4e,
wWAliOTe leea lwforeihe amrfelii
TKiom forms for more than a.jer, su
Teinal of JOm SteabeUi TWW.
a eolorel1oj wMle despoiling her frt
trsee orseied a genaatiea som wmw
r Sfo, will be coasiifercjL Tsy .the gran
' iiy. Miss FlAgier ig now oatoa $l.
. 000 bail.
; e ces of Beajsmia H. .kilikss,
indicted for oa&e breeiiag and., at
tempting Miamltj Captain -.Heaiy "W".
Howgaie, ex-dibiixiBg ofieer ot the'
ifel ierrioe, wlioee sentence of eiht
Js far forgery sad. embewsleiatatit
w2T appealedCaesar Cefeo Moreno,
indicted for libelliBg Baron Pava, the
Italiaa amhaseadbrj a number of alleged
;31ii3ese-7,,highbiad9rs,' cfaarfed with
ooospiracy against other Chinaraen, and
test case over the legality of the Ed-
mds &ntipolygmy and adultery act as
Viicabie to the Bktrict-of Ckdambia.
JvSwll also be heard.
IdeB Papers Dwell TJpea the Orairdlsg;
tle Coarse fey Jgxcsrsiea 8tie.
'mrtlntiM! ti - r v - :tt - .-c , ! jflHHMk - i yrj I ii no. auuuo express aeptazau a. n.
vp London, Sept. y. The Pall Mall
'"CGazette, in its commente oa. the inter-
"national vacht raoe. shits r "W fear
' s no -Atic's enp this jear tor
a uanraven. The better boat won
it is likely to win every time. .The
:ehief defect of Valkyrie, to -which we
ave on several occasions alluded, is the
fws she makes going through the water.
i-JFhe conditions of the first match, there-
Jlore, were much against her , With a
calm, surf ace she may do better, but in
Stronger winds she is not likely to do so
"in another place the PallTall Graaette
ft ""isers that the excursion steamers f ollow-
' n? the yachts behaved even more dis-
t-ir 4fcii-slrrarfnllv thsui nsnl. liufc that there is
"ijSXl-"' -1 '
ft- -, gao suggestion that they hampered one
fCK-WSk vuv uvnvs aixuio tuuu, uuw vajrvA.
'$r "Perhaps the most disappointiHg feat-
r of Valkyrie's defeat," adds the Ga-
fe..aette, "is the Defender's gain on the
'hcoad reach home, when there was no
All the London papers dwell upon the
Will Ailvaaca Ocean Bates. ' .
Berlin, Sept. 0. An agreeniMst'l
teen entered into between Get
tjlritish steamship companies
"which there will be consideaal
'ranee in freieht and-i
' 'America. The
r. - . ' ' -
insmp lias. OTEira-j
oicco for this port,vwent
morning at Susaka.
, Harding Defeats Sallhraa.
London, Sept. 9. In the sculling
match for the championship of England
-and 400, from Putney to Mort Lake,
j 'today, Harding, the English champion,
Approved by tho Pope.
- "Rome, Sept. 9. The pope has ap
proved the nomination of the Rev. Dr.
Kennedy to be rector of the American
"college at Rome.
Iron Market Excited.
Glasgow, Sept. 9. The iron mar
ket is greatly excited and lower. An
e&ormous business is beine done.
Oxnard Sugar Bounty Case. .
"Washington, Sept. 9. It is possible
that the Oxnard sugar bounty case will
not reach the court of claims for some
time. Mr. Hall, who wc3 associated
as counsel with Mr. Manderson, has re
quested Secretary Carlisle not to send
the case to the court until the senator
has had time to read Comptroller Bow
ler's decision and take whatever action
thereon he saw fit. The request was
granted and the papers will remain in
the secretary's possession until Senator
Manderson is heard from.
Crossed the Desert on a Brake Beam.
San Bernardino, Cal., Sept. 9. A
woman passed through this city who
had crossed the desert on a brake beam.
She was discovered three days ago near
Daggett by the crew of a freight train.
She was dressed as a boy. She refused
to disclose her identity, but said she
and her husband had been living in an
eastern city and he had deserted her.
She heard he was in Oregon, placed
. their girl in an orphanage and, being
without means, started out to beat her
Cram Beaten by Wefers.
New York, Sept. 9. John V. Cram,
the Iowa university sprinter whose phe
nomenal success this season has pointed
to his success in the coming champion
ship of the A. A. TJ., was decisively
beaten by E. J. "Wefers over the 100
yard course in the second series of trial
games held at Travers island, "Wefers
winning by a yard from Cram, Tommy
Lee and "W. Goodwin being a foot be
hind. Time, 0:10. Wefers also won
the scratoh 220 yard race in 0:21 4-5,
, Receiver For Campbell Commission Co,
Pebry, O. T., Sept. 9. On applica
tion of the Central Trust company of
Dallas, Tex., Judge Brewer has ap
poiated Shanghai Pierce of Pierce
Station, Tex., receiver at this point for
the Campbell Commission company of
Kaaewn City and Chicago. The prop
erty involved is 5.000 head of cattle,
worth nearly $200,000. A receiver for
the property in Kansas City was -ap-'potBted
some time since.
K Pardons For Pension, Swindlers.
Washington, Sept. 9. The presi
dest has granted a respite until Oct. 18
in the case of Thomas Westmoreland,
who was to be hanged in Texas on the
19th fer murder. In the Boyer case the
snt endorses the application as
"Denied. I shall refuse all sp
i lor pardons in cases involving
.Hsiatttng of the pension laws, except
iprery strong and unusual Teasons .
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Jptooio, Sept.-,:Ker Bjttdie, the
Mhor leader, sadly dkku-bed
wee kly naeetin?
of tiM mUtediet
by a red hot
cwtistic'gp ee ch.
and wac greeted
approTal that he
was compelled to
invited to address
With several local
ed the meeting;
tirweeeuea wj wt
kiex haxdie. hisviews, loudly
applauded by hm friends, and. finally bit
terly denouBced the execution oltho
Chicago, aasrehists, and eulogized them
as pioneers in the new religion. -The
storm which greeted the statement, al
most carried Hardie off his feet. A half
dozen preachers at, a time bitterly de
nounced the sentiments expressed, and
the speaker was compelled to sit down.
The ministers then proceeded with a
scathing denunciation of speech and
speaker, and Hardie left much offended.
May Be a Shortage of Indians.
Portland, Sept. 9. The correspon
dent of the Associated Press at Bnrns,
Or,, telegraphs as follows: Bodies of
armed men are leaving this town and
f -vicinity daily for the Steins mountain
country, evidently for hunting purposes,
but the more knowing ones hore think
they are going for a different purpose,
and unless the agents of the reserva
tion Indians recall thera at once they
will probably not have so many Indians
to care for the coming winter. All the
cartridges and ammunition have been
txraght quietly and the town is out of
"Ihase.ariicles. . Quo hardware firm has
some itJOOO rounds of cartridges at
Hwrtfaflon, Or., and the same firm has
more by express, and a team
keeW hurriedly sent to the railroad
orc goods. Developments may
illo Awarded the Pennant.
LLi:, Temr., Sept. 9. At Chat-
lib a meeting of the representa-
iXhe Southern League olnhi,
ille was awarded the pennant, At-
Polish Alliance CoaTCBtlea.
Cleveland, Sept. 9. About 800 del"
pates are in the city to attend the an
laul convention of the Polish National
Alliance of America.
Stettin, Sept. 9. Emperor "William
left the palace at 5 a. m to witness the
LATEST 2fI2'.VS OF TRADE.
O hlcsco Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Soyt. 0 Whrat openol weak to
day. Cubism wore lower and northwestern re
ceipts largely in excess of last ycarV. Decem
ber opened from "4C to lc lower at 50oSJ6c
and sold from tiftie to t&"..
Corn was weak with wheat May opened c
lower at 29c. touched 235? and sold to 29Jgc
Oats were eay. May opened lower at
Provisions were weak on lower live hog
prices and in sympathy with th wealraess in
grain. January pork opened 15c lower at
"WHEAT September, oTJ: Ostober, SSfa;
Decombcr. JO'aC 1 id; llav, OJJgc.
COBN Septombor, 3c; October, 31 o;
NovemVcr, 3.; December, 28c; May, 20J
OATS September, 10?c bid; October, ISJ43;
PORK September. ?8 25; .Tannary, J9.52!
LARD September. $5.824; October. 55.85
asked; January. J5.8253-
BIBS Sentember, ?5.35; October, ?5.37;
Chicago IJve Stock.
CniCAOO. Sept. 9.-HOQ- Receipts. 23.G00
head; left over, 1,4 H) head; market active and
price steady to oc lower; lijrhf, ?3.H53-55;
mixed, J4.C5(g'.55; hravy, 73.0034.55; rough,
CATTLE Bftcripts, 23,000 head, including
12,000 westerns; natives and cows steady;
westerns generally 10c lower; beeves, 3.5.X3
5.75; westerns 52.70(54.20.
SHEEP B.-ccipt-s, 17,000, head; market slow,
South Omaha live Stock.
South, OhatiA, Sept. 9. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 4,230 head ; market about steady; slow
on fat steers, active on butchers' stock; native
beef steers, ?&7u5.25; western steers, $3.00
4.20; Texa3 s'eors. $?.4Q3.75: cows and heif
ers, Arm, J2.403.25; canners, $1.2532.35; stock
ers and feeders, $2.753.03; calves, $2.50 4.75;
bulls, stags, etc., $1.503.00.
HOGS Beceipts, POO head; quality common;,
market 5c lower; heavy, f 4.2034.35; mixed,
$i.l54.25;Hsht, L05'9:4.a); pigs. i3.0JQ4.00;
bulk of sales. 14.154.20.
SHEEP Beceipts,l,403 head; market steady;
fair to choice natives, $2.252.85; fair to choice
westerns, $2.0J2.70; common and stock sheep,
51,75 W; lambs, $3.0004.75.
Irving and Stoker.
Not many know how that talented
Irishman, Mr. Brain Stoker, came to be
associated with the fortunes of Sir
Honry Irving. It was in this wise. Sir
Henry, when on a visit to Dublin, was
invited to a supper party, and during
tho course of tho evening was induced
to recite in his thrilling way "The
Dream cf Eugene Aram." One of his
nuditors, a young man with a brilliant
reputation at Trinity college, Was so af
fected by the tragedian's delivery that
he burst into tears. Henry Irving asked
tho young man to call on him tho next
morning, and then and there made him
an offer, which was accepted to the mu
tual advantage of both. Tho young man
was Mr. Bram Stoker. London Corre
spondent. One Good Deed.
Mrs. De Ruffe If yon ever did any
good in this wide world, I'd like to
fkuow what it is.
Mr. Do Ruffle Well, for one thing,
I saved you from dying an old maid.
A Stupendous Failare.
Less success has probably attended
man's effort to look nnconcerned after
treading upon a lady's dress than any
ftHlPT lino nf Tinmoi anrtairflu
York Mail and Exrw.
Wke-ia to J5
Tfie ccrejar f; ' Naming .tbeiww
rve mgaos nmugtimumj .jkmu-w it juw
Mldom if ever "been ieecribed aa at-
Jespt to convey some 'idea, of it may not
bp witliost - interest It was toward 4
Voicekoa Saturday afternoon that the
serf-tote commenced to carry out from
porte.'hk- books? :papers,peBsand other
rivate paranhernalia. Tliis was the
first intimation given to the world that
the crand vizier had fallen. Shortly aft
erwardkoeps .filed up the hill and lined
both;sides of the road from the landing
jstaire. at- SirZddiy to the doors of the
porte. The Jiews spread like fire under a
wind, -and by 5 .oclock all preparations
were completed "sic the reception, of the
new occupant of the principal office in'
the empire. In the "great council cham
ber the scene was unique in its qniefedig
nity. The room was crowded with all
the high officials present and past, and
though an hour or two: pre vi dasly 7100 8
there had even guessed what was about
toliappen each one took-his place si
lently and regalarly, without confusion
or mistake, awaitingMhe advent of the
still unknown chief.
Atr the head of the hall a small racant
space was left, around which grouped
the present ministers' and those who had
previously held portfolios. As each came-
in he paced slowly up the ctapefc with
one short salute. As soon as ho reached
the end all present returned the teme
na'A with a sweep of the hand to the
ground, breast and forehead. This
rhythmical greeting, accentuated by the
movement of scarlet fezes in unison
with open Jhandsi given in silence, and
in the dim, curtained light of the conn
cil chamber, defies adequate description
by tho pen.
And then the newcomer returned the
salutes sepaiately, beginning at the left
hand side, round the square of his col
leagues, subordinates and superiors, and
one more candidato for the vmerato
was effaced, for nobody know upon
whom tho choice of the sultan had fall
en. Mauyjiomes were whispered round,
but as their owners entered the circlc of
greeting their chancos werojBen tp.jbe
exfciiifmiflherL One after another 'they
z 0 : .... . : .
followed on, an oy a process 01 reduc
tion it became a question of only two pr
three, all tho Test of Turkey s statesmen
and all her greatest pashas having al
ready trodden. the carpot and taken their
seats of expectation. Then from the
windows could bo seen a small proces
sion winding up tho ascent. In front
were .two horsemen, ho on the left a lit
tie man well known to all the watchers
in the chamber, and on the right the
Sheikh nl Islam, shining in the sunlight
with his robes of jiuro white and gold.
in the passing 01 abrcatli tho name
cf Ketchnk Said fluttered round the
room, and afew moments later the new
grand vizier, who had., already thrice
gone tnrougn tno same ceremony, was
standing in the center of the ministerial
Errbnrj.-.There'rhe drawxrom his breast &
tho imperial hatt he pressed the parch
ment to his hps and forehead. Tho dark
bearded sheikh repeated this homage to
tho words of his imperial master, and
tho hatt was handed to the cvrak mu
diri, or keeper of the archives, who read
loud that his imperial majesty the sul
tan, knowing tho devotion, well proved,
of Said Pasha, intrusted to him the
duties of grand vizier, and that, having
full confidence 111 the piety of tho Sheikh
ul Islam, ho prolonged his term of of
fice, being anxious in all things for the
best welfare of liis peoplo, and might Al
mighty God bless their efforts toward
that end. Then again a wave of sweep
ing hands and bending heads went
round, and the sheikh, in full, deep
tones, offered up a prayer for tho sultan
and the empire. In n moment tho coun
cil chamber was transformed into a holy
place, and tho politicians, pashas and
scribes, with upturned palms, seemed
to havo forgotten for a spneo the world
and its vanities. It would bo hard to
imagine anything more striking than
this prayer, amid such surroundings and
on jsich an occasion.
With it terminated tho investiture.
Tho new grand vizier adjourned to his
room with his ministry for coffee and
a perf unctory cabinet council, and later
on tho old and new viziers and min
isters repaired to Yildiz to pay their
first or last respects to their lord. Mean
while another hatt had arrived, chang
ing tho occupant of the western wing of
the porte, for Said Pasha, who has been
minister for foreign affairs for nine
years, was bidden to vacate his famil
iar chair in favor of Turkhan Pasha.
There is no finer agricultural sec
tion in all this broad western coun
try than can be found in the vicinity
ot the beautiful little town of
"Wheatland, Wyoming', ninety-six.
miles norm or uiieyenne. Immense
crops, never failing supply of water.
rich land, and great agricultural-
resources. Magnificent farms to be
had for little money. Reached via
the Union Pacific System.
E. Jj. Lomax,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent,
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with SuaplirsyS5
Witch Sazsl Oil as a curative and
healing application. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
It Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids, External
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures and Fistulas.
Relief immediate cure certain.
It Cures Burns, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Bums. Relief instant.
It Cures Torn, Cut and Lacerated
Wounds and Bruises.
It Cures Boils, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Old
Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald
Head. ItisInfaUiDlc. 3
It Cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts
and Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
It Cures Salt Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy
Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters,
Sore Lips or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Saes, 25c, 50c. and $1.00. -Sold
by Druggists, or seat port-paid cm receiptor pries.
BUXrH&KTS' XE8. C8., 111 All: WmUm St, Jta,
Order- by telephone from Newton's Book Store.
p??f? Course by
TO ADVERTISE OUR COLLEGE
Wo wlil give a (horongh course ot instruction in
tlnuble and single entry Iiook-kceping and Com
mercial Arithmetic by mail, lrco of Charge,
to a limited number of persons. This course
will be completed In forty lessons. No charge
for diplomas. Address
P. O. Dhavtek 11.
Not those in your head, but
almost any other variety.
If they aro not working
smoothly then they aro in
want of ropair.
Ill this Age of Wheels
the fellow who does not take good
care of his machine gets left be
cause ho is not right in the race
La master the Locksmith
does the best wheel work west of
Kearney. He also, does repairing
of any kind oE machinery, from
a watch tcra threshing machine.
His Prices are IRight.
Shop one door east of First Nat'l Bank.
GEO. NAU MAN'S
Meats at wholesale and
tail. Fish and Game
season. Sausage at
times. Cash paid for Hides.
JR. D. THOMSON,
Contractor and Builder.
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
NORTH PLATTE, .NEBRASKA
MARBLE : WORKS,
W. C. RITNER,
JJan'f'rof and Dealer in
Curbing, Building Stone,
And all kinds of Monumental and Cemetery work,
Careful attention given to lettering of every de
scription. Jobbing done on hort notice. Orders
solicited and estimates freely fnrntsbed.
1U WEST PEONT-ST.
C. P. SOHAR.JIAM,
Fire and Life Insurance.
3,000 of Ditch Land
HOUSES AUD LOTS.
Land and Emigration Agent.
E. B. WARNER,
A full line of first-class funeral supplies
always in stock.
NORTH PLATTE,. - NEBRASKA.
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
4 Fast Mail 815 a.m.
2 Limited " 9:30 a. 3.
33-FreiKht 7.-0 a. sc.
18 Freight 6:00 p. x.
23 freight...... " IM a. ac.
eoiNO WEST MOUNTAIN TDOC.
7 Pacific KxDress Dept 7Wa. Tt
1 Lisited " 11:60 p. at
21 Freight " 350 v. V.
23-Freight 6:20 a. 21
N. B. OLDS. A seat.
pRENCH & BALDWIN,
NORTH PLATTE, - - XEERASKA.
Office over N. P. Ntl. Bank.
pRIMES & WILCOX, ,
KOETH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
Office over North. Platte National Bank.
Assistant Surgeon Tnlon racfic Hf
and Member ot Pension Board,
KOETH PLATTE, - - - NEBRASKA.
Office over Streltz's Drns Store.
TyM. EVES, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUHQJSO
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA
Office: Noville's Block. Diseases. of Women
and Children a Specialty.
A. P. KITTELIa F. IT. BENSON.
Kittell & Benson,
Prospective schemes investigated. Un
profitable schemes rejuvenated. Surveys,
Afaps, Estimates and reports made, and
Offlccin North Plnlte Mnr4.L DUfip MU
National Bank Bids, lNorin riane, INeD.
Pure Well Water Ice.
Orders for the above product may
be left at Streitz's or McCabe's
drug1 stores, or with the milk wag
on and they will receive prompt at
tention. Orders for
PI Ml ill H
may also be given the latter and
they will be promptly filled.
Coal Oil, Gasoline5
Crude Petroleum and
Leave orders" at Newton's Store.
Hershey & Co.
OF ALL KJNDS,
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Buggies, Road Carts,
Wind Mills, Pumps, Barb
Locust Street, between Fifth and Sixth
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb.,
September 7th, 1695. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of bis claim, and that said
proof will bo made before the Becister and Re
ceiver at Notth Platte, Nebraska, on October 19th.
1KJ5, viz: Benjamin F. Havre?, who made Home
stead Entry No. 15,047 for the northwest quarter of
Section 11, Township 11 north, range 33 west. Bo
names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz: Milton Arbogast, Joceph Avnlanch,
John Staler, William Lakin, all of Dickens, Neb.
slOO JOHN F. HIN1TAN, Register.
IS THE MATT EIX OF THE ESTATE OF )
Anton Monn, " V
In the County Court of Lincoln county, Nebras
ka, August 2l6t. 1835.
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of An
ton Mohr, Incompetent, will meet tho guardian of
aid estate, before tho County Judge of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, at tho county court room In
said county, on the 23d day of December, 1S95, on
tho 23d day ot January, 1816, and on the 23d day of
February, 1690, at ono o'clock p. ni- of each day,
for tho purpose of presenting their claims for ex
amination, adjustment anil allowance. Six months
are allowed creditors to present their claims from
the 23d day ot August, 1S95. This notice will be
published in The TnniUNBCa newspaper publi.-hed
In said county, for four weeks successively, on and
after August 23d, 1895.
JAMES iU KAY,
a23t County Judge.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office nt North Platte, Neb., ?
August 19th, 105. J
Notlco Is hereby giveu that Asbbel Holeman has
filed notice of intention to make final proof before
Register and Receiver at his office in North Platte
Neb., on Tuesday, tho 22d day of October. 1JS05. on
timber culture application No. 11.B8U. for tho south
east quarter of section No. 2t5, in township NY.-S
north, range No. ;aj wc.t. He names an witnesses:
N. D. Moore, O. D. Dawson, E. B. Dunham and M.
M. Runyon, all of Faruam, Nebraska.
6W1 JOHN F. HINMAN, Register.
NOTICE OF SALE.
In tho matter of the estate of Benjamin F. Moore,
AJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pur
il suauce of an order of Wm. Nevlllo. imJ"
of the district court of Lincoln county, made on
me 1st any ot August, for the sale of the real
estate hereinafter described, there will be sold at
the Eit front door of tho courthouse In North
PIate,Nebraka,on the 30th day ot Sentcraber.1895.
at one o'clock p. m. of said day, at public vendne,
to the highest bidder for cash tho following de
scribed real etate, to-wlt: Tho wo?t half of the
southwest quarter of section 2)5. and the west halt
of the northwent quarter of section 35. all In town
ship a north, 01 range 2S west. Said sale will re
main oien one bonr.
Dated August 31st, l&tlj.
niNnr C. Histon,
Administrator of the estate of Bonjamlu F. Moore,
By Grimes L Wilcox, his attorneys. S33
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb.,
September 2d, 1805. J
" Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of his intention to make
final proof In support of hi.- claim, and tint said
proof will bo rondo before Register and Receiver
at North Platte. Neb., on October 12. 1C, viz: E.
Young, II. E. No. irwtil for tho west hf of southeast
qr, and eait hf of southwest qr of section 24. town-i-hip
12, north of rango 34, we.t. He nprues the
following witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of aid land, viz: Peter
Miner, of Sutherland. Neb., D. w. Besack. Oscar
Miller and Louie E. Sherwood, nil of North Platte,
Neb. S38 Joaif F. nrxsiAir, Beghter.
ipiiMi'al : Iroplements
August 19th, 1S95.
Noticels'fcerebT given thatthe followliig-namod
settler hM:SIed notice of his Intention to make
flaal proof In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the. Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on September
28th, 1S95, vix:
LUCINDA BORC1I nee WOODS. ,
who made Homestead Entry No. 14,547, lorlha
east hair of the northeast quarter section il; town
ship 16 north, range 28 west. He names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of, said land, vlzKobert
C Hardin. Margaret Needmon, James H. Daven
portand George H, Smith, all of Whlttler. Neb.
JOHN F. HINMAN,
XOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb.,
August 21st, 1893. J
Notice la hereby given that the follQwing-namod
settlor hai'filed notice of hla IntenUon to make
final proof in support of his claim, aud-that, said
proof will he made before the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on September
28th, 1K3, viz:
CHARLES T. LOUX,
who made Homestead Entry No. 15.912, for the
Southeast quarter of Section 14. Township 9,
north, Kan se 2o west. (Ie names the followiug
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and culUvatlon of said land, viz: 'William
J. Harper, Guy Dawson, Frank G. Dawson and
Norman L. More, all of Farnara, Neb. . ' 1
a23-fi JOHN F. HINMAN, Bogjster
jN'QTICE FOR PUBLICATIOX.
U. S. Land Office, Noith Platte, Neb., )
August 21st, 1893. .J
Notlco IsJiereby given that the following-named .
settle? has filed uoUeo" ot his intention to mako. .
final proof In support of his claim, and that safdvx
proof will bo made before Register and Receiver " '-.
at North Platte, Neb., on September 28th, lS93,vir:, -
FRANK G. DAWSON
who made Homestead Entry No. 15,399, for the
Southwest quarter of Section 14, Township 9 N., .'
Range 23 West. Ho names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation or said land, viz: Charles T.
Loux, Guy Dawson, Norman L. More and William
J. Harper, all ot Farnam. Neb.
a23G JOHN F. HINMAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte, Nob.,.)
August 21st, 1503.
Notlco is hereby given that the foltowlng-namedjt-setUer
has filed notice of his intention to moke1
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will bo made before the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nebraska, on Sept. 2Stu,
WILLIAM J. HARPER,
who mado Homestead Entry No. 14,731 for the
Northwest quarter ot Section 22, Township 9 N.,
Range 2(3 West. He names the following witnesses.
to prove his continuous residenco upon and culti
vation of said land, viz: Charles T. Loux, Frank;.
G. Dawson, Guy Dawson and Norman L. More.aU.
of Farnam, Neb.
a23S JOHN F. HINMAN. Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office, North Platte, Neb., )
August 22d, 1895. J
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settlor has filed notlco of his Intention to make,,
final proof in support of his claim, and lhat said'
proof will bo mude beforo the Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Neb., on September 27tb,
MILO IL SPICER,
who made Homestead Entry No. 15,433 for the
Southwest quarter of Section 10, Township 12 N.,
Range 31 West. He names the following witnosf ea
to prove his continuous residence upoi and culti
vation of said land, viz: Henry M. Carlow, Gen-
oral G. Harris, John E. Koontz and John Clem-
ons, alt of North Platte, Nob.
a!o JOHN F. HINMAN, Kegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
TJ. S. Land Office, North Platte, Neb., ?
August 24th, 1S95. )
Notlco Is-hereby given that the following namod
settler has filed notice of her Intention to make"
final proof in support of her claim and that said.
proof will be made before the Register and Re- ?
ceiver at North. Platte, Neb., on Sept. 2Sth, 1885,
Viz: MARY CONNELLY.
who mado Homestead Entry No. 14950 for the west
half northeast quarter and the west half of the: .
southeast quarter section 211, township 13 northV
rango 3U west, sue names tho following wttoetses
to prove her conUnuous residence upon and cuttlSu
vation of said land, viz: Francis Montague, James
E. Crow, Charles Wilkinson and Walter Con
nelly, all of North Platto, Neb.
a276 JOHN F. HINMAN, Register.
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT.
To Jesse D, Fielder, Mary Fielder, O. M. Dudr.
ley, fuU name unknown, and Dudley, first
name unknown, but wife of C. M. Dudley, non
You are hereby notified that on the first day of
February, 1895, tho Smith Brothers Loan c Trust
Company, plaintiff, filed its petition in the Dis-'
trlct court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, against
.the. above r named, delendtmts, tho object and'
prayer of - which are to foreclose a certain morti.
gage executed on tho 18th day ot Novomber, 1889?
by JesseD. F.elder and Mary Fielder, his wife, .to
the plaintiff upon tho south half ot tho northwust
quarter and lots three (3) and four (4) in section
four (4), In township thirteen (13) north, of range
thirty-three (33) west of tho Sixth principal me
ridian, in Lincoln county, state of Nebraska, to
secure the payment of fivo certain promlss ry
notes in writing for the sum of $12.00 each; H at
the three of said notes first becoming duo have
been paid; that there is now due and payable on
said promissory notes from the defendants Jesse
O. Fielder and Mary Fielder to tho plaintiff tho
sum of $24.00 with interest nt ton per cent per an
num from tho 18th day of November, 1889, Xor
which sum, with interest as aforesaid, plaintiff
prays for a decree that the defendants pay (he
same, and that in default of such payment said
premises may be sold to satisfy tho amount found
duo. PlalnUff further prays that all of the de
fendants and all persons claiming or to claim un
der them or either of them be forever barred and
foreclosed of and from all right, title, interest and
equity of-redemption in and to said premises and
every part thereof. "
Yon are required to answor said petition onfor
before the 4th day of October, 1895.
THE SMITH BROTHERS LOAN & TRUST
a304 By Griggs. Blnaker & Bibb, its Attys.
In the District Court within and for Lincoln
Milton Doolittle, Receiver of the!
North Platte National Bank of
North Platte, Nebraska.
VS. 1 "
Nelson r.Kutledge.Nancy C.Rut- 1
ieage ana w. u. .rage, wnose 1
tlrst name is unknown, and !
Charles A. Glaze,
Nelson F. Rutledge and NancVC. Rutledare
will take notice that on the 30th day of Au
gust. 1895. Milton Doolittle. Receiver of the
North Platte National Bank of North Platte,
ixeorasKa, piainiiu nerem, meti nis petition
in the District Court of Lincoln county. Ne
braska, against Nelson P. Rutledge, Nancr
a Rutledge. W. D. Page and Charles A.
Glaze, the object and prayer of which are to
ioreciose a certain mortgage executeu by
the defendants Nelson F. Rutledge and Nan
cy C. Kutledge to the North Platte National
Bank upon the southwest quarter (S. W. X)
of section eighteen (18), in township ten (10)
north of range thirty (30j west of the Sixth
principal meridian, situate in Lincoln coun
ty. Nebraska, to secure the rjavment nf n
certain promissory note dated October 12th,
1894. for the sum of $275.00. due and payable
in six months from the date thereof; that
there is now due upon said note and mort
gage the sum of $275.00 with Interest thereon
from the 12th day of Anril. 1805. for whfnh
sum plaintiff prays for a decree that defend
ants be required to pay the same or that
said premises may he sold to satlsfv the.
amount found due.
You are required to answer said netitionf
on or before the 7th day of October. 1895.
Dated August 30th. 1895. ,
Receiver of the North Platte National Bankt
of North Platte. Nebraska.
T. Fulton Gantt, Attorney. aSOl,
In tho District Court wiihin and for Lincoln
county, Nebraska. " -
Milton DooliUtlc, Receiver of tliol
North Platto National Banlc of
North Platte, Nebraska,
Charles W. Ilatledge, Mary E. ISnt-l
leuge ana Alexander u. uncix-
take noUce that on tho 30th dav of Anrrtrnt, VHA.
Milton Doolittle. receiver of the North p?sfl
National Bank nf North Plntfo Vchnut. r.i-.fniv
herein filed his petition in the District Court
Lincoln county. Nebraska, against Chas. W. Rut
ledge, Mary E. Rutledge and Alexander D. Buok-
u. ,u, .no uujcvb ouu jjiujer tu tvijich are 10 jore-
clnsn A Cflrtni n mnrttrnrrn uromttarl Vi 4Kv .i.f.H.t
ants Charles W. Rutlege and Mary E. Rutledgej to
tuoAiu.u. x 1011c iiuiiuum jkiii upon tnesouut
east quarter (s.e. H ) of section eighteen (181, Itt
town shin ten I ML north nfrnn thffv Pn ',1
of the Sixth principal meridian, cituato in Lincoln'
wuu.jr, iicuim-.u, 10 fccuro me payment oc n
certain promissory note dated September USthfc
1894, for the sum of 00 due and payable In sir
ujuuiui. iuui uavo mereoi, inat 12 ore Js now due
upon said uoio and mortgng tho sum of S1G0 with
r;st the2n from 0,0 2r,m ot September.
18U4, for which sum plaintiff prays for a decreo
that defendants be required to pay tho same or
that said premises may bo sold to satisfy the
amount found due.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 7th day of October, 1895.
Kaitu iv-.guai i, leva.
Receiver ox the North Platte.National Bank
vi nuim x-taitc-ANeorasKa.
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