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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
July 26, 1894
STONE'S CONSULAR INSPEC
TION BILL PASSED.
COIGRESSHEH ARE MUCH EXERCISED.
WhO Thay Wera Watching- the Tariff
right In toe Senate tha Hill Quietly
Sllppad Ibrouj-h the llouae It
Provision rar-Reaching and
Importaat Melkrl John'
WASHiKOTOif, July S3 The congres
sional authorities on immigration
laws are much exercised over tho pas
sage of Representative William A.
Stone's Immigration bill in the bouse
yesterday, while most 'of the mem
bers were watching the exciting'
scenes in the senate. By it the
entire inspection is transferred to for
eln ports and placed in the bands of
the United States consuls instead of
waiting for inspection at New York
and other ports when the immigrants
arrive in this country.
"I expect to see the bill taken up
by the senate at au early day and
passed," said Mr. Stone, "and al
ready several senators who recog
nize the evils of immigration have
signified their purpose to urge it to
speedy passage. '1 he present imrol-
? ration system has proved a failure,
mmigrants keep coming without ref
erence to the restrictions. The sys
tem is wrong, as it leaven the immi
grant to furnish all the information
on which he is received or rejected."
Asked if the removal of the system
to foreign ports would not necessitate
A large foreign force of inspectors or
else rive United States consuls addi
tional work entitling them to addi
tional pay, Mr. Stone said: "Efforts
have been made to so change the bill
as to let tha treasury department ap
point the foreign Inspector. Such a
change would necessitate the creation
of a large force of officeholders. Ifut
if the bill stands the United States
consuls, who are not overburdened
with work, will have charge of the
in regard to his bill providing for a tax
off 100 on each alien Immigrant, said
to-day: "When the population of this
nation inereases by more than 5,000,
000 of foreign immigrants annually
the limitation of foreign immigration
has become a question of national
importance. We have developed our
national resources and sustained tha
standard of American wages through
the levying of a duty on man
ufactures of foreign labor. Wages
are subject to the law of
supply ami demand. Wage earners
are as much interested in preserving
our field of labor for the American
wage worker as tiie protection of the
products of his laboring competition
of the foreign manufacturer. The
policy of placing a duty on importa
tions of the product of foreign work
men at a rate sufficient to equalize
the difference between our domestic
and foreign cot of labor has estab
lished an incomparable scale of wages
In this nation for our wage earners and
which in my judgment can only be
maintained by extending the same
beneficicnt policy of immigration of
foreign laborers. The bill which I
have proposed exempts all relatives of
any American citizen or any person
who had declared his intention to be
come such, while a duty of $100 is
levied upon all other alien immigrants.
American and foreign born are alike
interested in keeping from our shores
the class of immigration which this
measure would prohibit"
STATE TAXES AND RAILROADS.
Tha Houb I'uwi a mil to Battle Dis
puted Points hffectually.
Washington, July 2 3. The house
has passed without opposition the bill
reported from the judiciary committee
fixing the status of state and munici
pal taxation on railroad property in
the hands of receivers appointed
by United States courts. Tha
bill provides that taxes heretofore
or hereafter assessed by stale, coun
ty, or municipal authority against
any corporations or corporate prop
erty shall not be classed as debts to
be passed upon in the first instance by
any court in the United States but
shall u oollooUMo by the proper au
thorities according to the assessment,
whether the corporation is in tha
hands of a receiver or not,
and no judge or court of
tha United States shall have any
other or greater authority to enjoin,
restrain or interfere with the col
lection than if ho receivership exist
ed, and the seUure a well as the sale
of property for taxes shall divest the
receiver and court of control, I'rop
erty seised for taxes and not sold is
to be returued to the receiver and the
corporation or receiver is to have the
rtirhl of a citUen to apply for abate
ment of a tax or sue, or defend
against Improper aesstnnt In courts
This bill. If It becomes a law, will
settle some of the dispute between
the state aud federal authorities eon
earnta the taxation of railroad
property aw in the custody of
federal court In Kuitli larollii
two jn i, acuity on tliaalvic
of judges, the rtiirU refusing to
ray the full amount of taxes, levied
y the state (Mtutuisaioiiers. hold
tug that the apprsUal of tha
property was eseive, but
tendered the amount w bulls the
judges hM to be fair. Three stale
' bias who aMeitlel toeaforea
tha euUectUnt ordered by the state
board ware need f.oo eaoh for ton
taunt f oourt. The state paid their
ftnea and rwtl the house judtire
th-m utilise reported a bill to refund
tha amount, It. too la tha state. U
roor TUIwau -ma U Ntashlagtaa
and arretted the Judiciary eoutmttUie
In favor of that bill and ad rot ated a
laeasur of the etft of the aa
THE VICILANT'S DAY TO WIN.
Gould's Yacht Meats the Itrlttannla In a
Light Wind Kara.
Kingstown, July 23. This was the
Vigilant'a day to defeat the Britannia,
and she did it under conditions that
had heretofore been considered un
favorable to her. (She finished the
fifty mile cruise 3 minutes 39 seconds
ahead, not reckoning time allowance,
which will reduce it about 1 minute
The prize competed for was $100 of
fered by the Koyal Yacht club and
the course the bame as that sailed
?esterday. A light breeze was blow
ng at the start and did not increase
to any considerable extent during the
continuance of the race, but at times
died away so that the yacht could
make no headway.
The Vigilant crossed the starting
line 31 seconds ahead. At the con
clusion of the lirst round of the
course, which is nearly quadrangular,
she was 4 minutes and 22 seconds in
the lead, but in the second round the
Britannia bad reduced the advantage
to 1 minute 17 seconds. This was as
close as the yachts were at any time
during Ilia last iouod which vas fin
ished by the winning boat at 6:45:01,
tha Britannia coming up at 6:44:42.
A Town Terror Shot Dead.
Pittsdubo, Kan., July 23. Sam Tay
lor of Litchfield, who had been drink
ing all the afternoon, secured a Win
chester rifle last evening and terror
ized the officers and citizens until he I
was killed by some one unknown, lie '
was a native of Alabama, and was un- I
der a bond of 82,000 for shooting two I
negroes and a white woman in that 1
state some time ago, and would nave
left within a few days to put in an ap
pearance for trial.
Third Kansas Republicans Open.
Fbbdosia, Kan., July 23. The Re
publicans of the Third congressional
district opened the campaign with a
rally here this afternoon and evening
with S. S. Kirkpatrick, candidate for
congress, John J. Ingalls, Major Mor
rill, Benard Kelly, W. it. Campbell,
department commander; Dick Blue
and 8. S. Benedict as speakers.
No Holiday for the President.
Washington, July 23. It was stated
at the White house to-day that tha
President had no intention of visiting
Atlantic City this season. He has
contemplated visiting Mrs. Cleveland
at Gray Gables as soon as publio busi
ness will permit, but probably cannot
go until after congress adjourns. '
federal Troop at Ilutta, Mont.
Butte, Mont., July 23. At 11
o'clock to-day seven companies of in
fantry, numbering 4C0 men, arrived
at the Union Pacific depot and went
into camp. The striking American
Railway union men were not in sight
Pour Omaha com panics were expected
from the south to-night.
A Santa fa Mall Car Ilurned.
La Junta, Col, July 23. A mallear
on the Atchison, Topuka and Santa Fe
California express was burned at
Timpus, twenty miles from here, yes
terday. The tire is supposed to have
caught from sparks from the engine.
Over 200 sacks of papers and twenty
pouches of letters, all for California
points, were consumed.
Two Small Hoy Humeri to Death.
Dighton, Kan., July 23. The 8 and
10-year old sons of William Watson,
living about ton miles northwest of
here, were burned to death Thursday
night while sleeping in a granary
about ten roils from the dwelling.
The origin of the fire Is not known.
Chicago's Hotel Mi-tropolo Involved.
Cuicaoo, July 23. Following the
issue of an attachment by Frederick
M. Smith and company, game dealers,
on the hotel Metropole, on Michigan
boulevard, the hotel to-day confessed
Judgment on two notes, one for 825,
488 and the other for 819,740.
llrasillan Senator In a Fight.
&o Db Jakkiho, July 23 In the
senate, Senator Coelho referred in an
Insulting manner to President Peixo-
to and Senator Ncnueria replied de
fending the president. Blows fol
lowed and the session was adjourned
in an uproar.
For Dougherty Against Dookery.
Liberty, Ma, July 23. The Liberty
Tribune, the oldest paper In Clay
county, the Democracy of which is un
questioned, came out strongly this
week for John Dougherty for congress
as against Dockery.
Even tha Dakota Heaten.
Kingston. July 2 3. The Llllth to
day beat the American built Dakota
by a minute in the rrtce of the ten
raters. The Lilitli, throughout most
of the race, led the Dakota by nearly
Struck Head hy I Ighlnlng.
GrkatBknd, Kan,, July 23. -A son
of Slg J a co by of Albert was killed by
lightning Thursday night, lie was a
nephew of C Samuels, a leading dry
goods merchant of this city.
I'eelAe Cuaat i tmutwr la t.e ! t-'srpt.
Nbw Yohk, July 21 Tha engage
ment of a vessel to load lumber at
puget Wound for Alexandria, 1'gypt,
the first lustauce of the kind, is re
ported. Marnur ( a War la the far Ket,
Lomxi. July tV A dispatch re
recetved here this evening from
hhaughal says that a rumor is in elr
e illation there, that war has b eu de
dared between Vhltu sud J span,
alia, trawi tha Mails.
KaXSatCltV, M-X, Julf J). J. A.
fftlvvrt, one of the oldest letter car
riers In the service of the Kuttity
tmatottlce, was placed under arraat
to-day charged with stealtug front the
It seta Itaa ri t alla4 Pea,
Turss. Kan,, July 11. Bank Com
aiUslonef Mraidvethal has tud a
a e.ll t4 state and pmstt liW., ask
in for a statement of their affairs at
the tlose of bustuvss July i
1 la aa laateaa Tewa
Piau, lad., July SI -lira at Co,
vers itday destroyed nlae busiest
buUdm, sis dwellings aud feur
UNITED STATES SENATORS
MAY YET BE SO CHOSEN.
IMPORTANT ACTION BY THE HOUSE.
Mr. Tucker' Keaolatton Proposing an
Amendment to tho Constitution Pro
viding that Senator Shall Be
Kleeted by a Direct Tote of
the People Passed by a
Vote of 137 to 40.
Washington, July 23. There was a
rery slim attendance of members
when the speaker called the house to
order to-day. Mr. Bowers demanded tho
regular order, which was the Tucker
resolution, proposing an amendment
to the constitution providing that
senators shall be elected by direct
vote of the people. Although a two
thirds vote is required for measures
amending the constitution the pend
ing resolution was passea 137 to 49
thirteen votes to spare. The an
nouncement of the result was receiv
ed with Democratic applause.
The house disagreed to tha aenate
amendments on the Indian appropria
tion bill and Messrs. Holmes, Allen
and Wilson of Washington wera ap
THE SUGAR INQUIRY AQAIN.
Reporter Rood Examined at Length But
All Point Brought Out Withheld.
Washington, July 23. When the
senate sugar investigating committee
resumed its work to-day, only Messrs.
Gray, Lindsay and Davis were present,
bnt they had several witnesses before
them and announced a determination
to proceed with the work so long aa
there was any possibility of securing
witnesses who could furnish any tes
Henry W. Rood, the New York Her
ald reporter who wrote the articles in
that paper upon which the present
branch of the inquiry is based, was
examined at length as to the sources
of bis information. Special effort was
made to get the best information at
his command as to his statements that
United (states senators had been spec
ulating in sugar stocks since the tariff
bill was taken up in the senate, de
spite their denials. It is understood
that he responded to this request as
fully as he was able to do and pro
fessed a willingness to aid the com
mittee to the extent of his ability.
It was impossible to secure the de
tails of the testimony. When Mr.
Gray was asked for a statement as to
the proceedings he replied that he
could say nothing, and that it waa
the intention of the committee not to
give out any information as to testi
mony until" the present branch of the
inquiry was completed because the
publication of the facts elicited would
interfere with the plans of the com
mittee and prevent a complete in
quiry. Other witnesses were W, B. Wheel
er, a New York broker, and A. M.
Help of this city. Wheeler stated that
he had never placed any orders for
senators for sugar stock and was un
able to give any information. Seip
had been represented in the newspa
pers as saying that he had come into
possession of knowledge of the fact
that a certain senator had, placed
orders for sugar stocks during the
spring, and to have stated that they
were placed with a man representing
the firm of Seymour, Young & Co.,
New York brokers.
Senator Allen of Nebraska, who
was a member of the sugar Investi
gating committee, has made an ad
ditional report to the senate supple
menting that of the committee. He
holds that the testimony of Henry O.
and Theodore Havetneyer and John E.
Searles left no doubt of the fact that
the Sugar trust in 1893 contributed
money to the Democratic party of New
York state for campaign purposes, and
at the same time and for the same pur
pose, contributed money to the Repub
lican party in Massachusetts and that
the money went into the general cam
paign fund of those states and was
used as much for national as for state
and local purposes. Ho believes that
the American Sugar Refining com-
Eany, the sugar trust, had been in the
abit of contributing money to the
national campaign funds of both the
Democratic and Republican parties
through its president, with the ex
pectation, if not the implied
promise, that whichever party suc
ceeded . to power the interests
of the company should be "cared
for" by It lie holds that a wisely
drawn and judicious law looking to a
prompt and etlioient remedy for this
growing evil should be passed by con
gress and approved by the president,
lie also holds that there should be a
law to prevent speculation such as Sen
ator John U. Mel'lierson of New Jer
sey engaged In. He declares that the
evidence does not show that the sugar
trust had any direct iulluenee in pro
curing the presentation to the senate
of the committee amendment
to the sugar schedule, al
though that schedule insofar
as It prrsvribes an ad valorem system
of taxation Is entirely satisfactory to
the trust. There is nothing In the
evidence to show thut Secretary t'ar
lisle had any Improper lutervlew
with any representative of the trust,
or that Seuator Jo.iesof Arkansas was
actuated by any but honorable
utotives. He is thoroughly convinced,
however, that no senator or reprsen
taUve should ever ermit hlmlf to
be epproatihed uiiii any eubUot eou
lto led with IcgUtatUtt by tfioae rep
resenting private or special Interest,
leapt on audi occasion as sue It per
sons may W heard by a committee,
la conclusion he call for legtsUiUia
to eoitipel frontumsolou witnesses t
Te Wat tr the stasia Tat 14.
r. Uotis, M.s, July 51 -S, a
Kelson. the manufacturer, wtM)
nominated for voiigrimit In tha
Twelfth dl.trt. t the Mingle Tat.
league. Ill eaudldacy will be made
tha occasion of a vigorous rs.upatga
for the advancement of the slugla
CUARDS STILL NECESSARY.
New Chicago Workmen Afraid to labor
Unless Protected hy Ml lit la.
D Chicago, July 23. The removal of
the troops from the Lake Shore yards
last night was made cause of refusal
to work to-day on part of the men
employed there. The only condition
on which they would continue work
was the return of the troops, a they
declared they would not risk personal
violence and could not trust the po
lice. President Newell secured the
return of Company C, Second regi
ment, and the men resumed work.
A number of strikers returned to
work in the packing houses to-day.
The striking butchers held a meeting,
but did nothing more than discuss the
President Lyman J. Gage of the
Civic Federation has appointed the
following committee to arrange plans
for the proposed labor conference in
this city: A. C. Bartlett, E. O. Keith,
Mrs. Potter Palmer, Marvin Hughltt,
M. J. Carroll, Oeo. R. Peck, J. J.
Ryan and A. W. Trudell. The com
mittee includes bankers, wholesale
merchants, railrotd officials and labor
leaders. Telegrams have been re
ceived from labor leaders and large
employers, indorsing the plan.
To-day Directors Roy Goodwin, W,
E. Burns and M. J. Elliott of the
American Railway union, and L. P.
Benedict, stenographer, were arrest
ed. Warrants were out for John Mac
Vehan and Thomas Hogan, but they
could not be found.
FREY TO HIS EMPLOYES.
1h Santa Fe General Manager Aunres
the Faithful of Full Consideration.
Topeka, Kan., July 23. General
Manager Frey of the Santa . Fe has
issued a circular to all employes of tba
company, expressing the thanks
and appreciation of the management
for the "faithfulness, courage and
enthusiasm" of employes who re
mained at their posts and who held
themselves in readiness to assume any
tasks assigned to them and in every
way aided and assisted the company
during the recent "inexcusable and
fruithiess strike." In conclusion tha
"It Is a source of genuiue pleasure
under such conditions to realiza that
so large a majority of our employes
are faithful to their trusts, and ready
to meet every emergency to promote
the success of the company and aid
the receivers in the operation of the
road. The service of tho faithful cer
tainly will not be forgotten, while
the action of the unfaithful can only
bring sorrow and regret to themselves
and their families in addition to the
loss that such actions entailed, both
to the company and the public. . The
interest of the management and of
the receivers is also the interest of
the faithful employe, and we have full
confidence, afU:r the burning test we
have passed through, that all will
work together In harmony to secure
the best possible results to tho com
pany as well as to themselves."
THE FRAKER CASE AGAIN.
The Doctor Nald to Have Been Seen by
Tiro Acquaintance at Terry, Ok.
Pkuby, Ok., July 23. Mrs. H. H. Rus
sell of this city, formerly of Excelsior
Springs, Mo., declares in the most
positive terms that on the morning of
July S sho saw at tho postodlce Dr. O,
W. Frakcr of Excelsior Springs, who
mysteriously disappeared July 10,
ls3, leaving $.')S,0(M) life Insurance,
and that later on the same day she
and her husband saw Frakcr a sec
ond time on the street. Mrs. Russell
is a woman of tho highest character,
and her word is entitled to perfect
Mrs. Russell said that sho had lived
in Excelsior Springs for nine years,
knew Dr. Frakcr as well as any man
in the town and was perfectly sure of
The man left Perry six days ago and
left orders that his mail be sent to
College Springs, Iowa. Ho went un
der tho name of Charles 8. Masoa
INTENSE HEAT IN THE EAST.
The Record Broken In New York New
England More Than Sweltering.
New Yokk, July 23. The heat yes
terday was a record-breaker. Upon
no July 20 since tho establishment of
the United States weather bureau has
the mercury climbed to such a height
On the streets 98 degrees was regist
ered. Seven persons succumbed dur
ing the day. A number of cases of
prostration were reported in Brooklyn-
Boston, July 21. Tho full effect of
th hot wave was felt In Boston yes
terday, aud many castm of prostration
were recorded. The thermometer did
not get above U5, but the humidity
was more to blame than the hig
Kt of Nan Salvador
t'hartjed With Hug Kultberlea.
Han SAtVAtH)H,July 33. Provisional
President Uutlerre ha begun an in
vestigation Into the affairs of Carlos
Eeta's administration. A commission
sits daily and ha employed expert
accountant to examine the hook.
IMalcation aggregating :o,i)oo,oo0
have been discovered. It U announced,
In the depuriueut of llnttuee, publle
work and the Interior,
The government charge that Exeta
carried off Important book aud docu
ments, and It is alleged that some of
the book were destroyed before his
flight. Indictment will be lodged
sgainst tha Implicated official,
SirtSvr at t'tttlma I arttlj,
Cuicaoo, July SI, --A mob of striker
OtdUetsd U Pullman l.fday and at
tempted to Intercept thirty Holland
er who were on their way to work lit
the Pullman shop. A detail of ple
escortad tha workmen thrMUui the
rrowd and no violence occurred, al
though the officer ht 1 eonidrable
dirtioulty la bcepta the crowd In
check. A tHhtr of polle was kept a
guard at the work all day aa trouble
A Sm tavet (at twl4
KmosrowN, July !1,Mr, Ilerree
hoff has received a eummUsloa front
t surge (iould to hull I another yeeht
tor hlut wataa will in every way be
MfMertaea the Vigilant,
) Buymr Natural FloUb Bttbf Cwrfaw
V ' wiijlTti wll plated eted wbeela, Mw,
epfM t ana ost ate iw mm aaan e. mvtm tn p
rtaJ.iaal OftUbJ.re ad iitvaata4 tat yM- Wpv4
M 10 data' trial, ritXlli HT r A! U; a aar mqutsad ta
advata. Ik iit) im Mae. Wtm tba atdaM sad beet kaa
mmmrm efMf kiaH, ! a4 iMpaoaiMa. IUtM
faratahtvlfttftny tutt. Ms atvi sail awVit( but whal
(uataotM te be Mwpvai)M4,fM m Use ivtreat ftwlovf
prW. KIT TO fAV far mu -nr KRUf tlluHrta
Btatoffui ef I tgn$ ana Mie jsiKiiwa.
OXFORD MFG. CO.. 340 Wabuh , Caicage, M,
1 A GRAND DISCOVERY !
WANTED. A nr dim or womu la mty (
oounljr mhm w tan not lniiy Mciired .
npi 'nutlra to Mil our "Nevada Mllver",
lilJIJ MfcTAL, KnIvM, Forki jid Sixwiu to con. !
amftrfi iolld metel hltM ulwi nopkltol
wctronf f ood faarsnta to ww llfctlmi eott (
boatooH-nthtnof I1vm tlut rhino of a lit- t
tin; ufnttmirrrora t)to IHN par wk, and ;
irwat with rmir wlc rwbarc, o trrrat it th ;
drrrund for our Solid MeUIUoud. Ovr On Mil-
lion iJolian' worth In dHf um. Cim of Mmplw I
Free. Aiinm taa1ar1 Nllve are
Co., Depfa 12, !, HH
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MlMhl'a X. LA
Double Aetfruf IT
menial Bpf- "V I SI
ln (unlit prent X. I
laid of all FruM I
V ifHtauie ompa. j maia.
0' 1 eUkiimu sad full traaUa 3
oa afnkjtng. Virnttartrf. f
Notice ) berebv irlven, tbat bv vi tue of sn
order of sale Issued by lb.1 eltrS of the district
court eft be hiril Judicial illntrlct or Nebraska,
HV.In - .. . . 1 . ... , I I -H , . . ..
wheieln Rebecca A. Weber stid John M. WtLer
ate plslntlrls and Charles C. Mutisou et al, are
defendants, I will, St 1! o'clock p. in,, on tbr
24ts liny of July, A I). IHM, at t'l- east door of
the court bouse, In tbe city , f Lincoln, Ijincas
ljr county, Nebrasks, offer for sale at public
sucueu ine louowing uescnuea real estate w
Lot nun ber one (I) In block number nine (0)
In Mount Forrest, wiihln tbe corporate limit
or the city ot 1; Diversity t'isce, in LncsBier
uivsn tisaer uiy nana tnis intn cay or June,
A. U , 1HW.
V HKU A. MII.I.KH,
Notice Is hereby iclven, tbat by virtue of sn
order of sale Issued by the clerk of the district
court 01 the 1 fiiru muicia. U)Hi,ru:t ui !etra
kn. wlililn and for Lancaster county, In an ac
tion wherein tha Nebraska haviUK lisuk Is
plalutirr, and Waltou U. MoDeris, et al, sre de
fendants. I will, al 2 o'clock p, m . on the Mib
diy of AiiKU'i, s. I'., Wit, at the cant door of
tbe Court House, in tbe city of Lincoln, Lari
caster county, Nebraska, offer for sale at
public aucilou tbe following described real
Lot number tbre (!!) In block number six
teen (l) In l'ecli's Orove, acconlltiK t,i tbe re
cord) d plat tbereof, in Lancaster county, Ne
braska Ulvennnder my band this Kith day of July,
A I) , 1HW4. jHKO A MllI KK,
Notice is beteby given, tbat by virtus of an
order of sale Issued by the clerk of district
court of the Third Indicia dlrtrtct of Nebras
ka, within and for Lancaster county , In an ac
tion wherein The Clark aud Leonard Invest
ment (XmipHuy, et al., ire plattitiffs and
John Ureen et al uelenda ts. 1 will, al
ao'clocr M , on the lltb day of AtiKUst, A
I at the Kant door of the Court iiouse. In
tbe City of Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebras
ka, offer for ssle at public aucilou ibe follow
luif described real estate, to-wlt:
Lois number one (1), two (Mi, three (3), four
4 and rive (A) In benedict's Hubdlvlslou of lots
number one (1), two2i, tbtee 3, four i) snd
rive (f) in bi'sis five (b in Hull's University
Addition to Lincoln, Nebrsska a
Ulven under my band this lutb day of July,
A. ! , JHiH. Kaso a 11, i kk.
' Notice of Tax Sale.
To wbom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby ulven that on the following
dates It. It OtiK'iod botiRht at public mx aie Un
real esiaie described below, all slinitied in
Lancaster county, Nebraska, for tbe delin
quent taxes for the year lwl, and taxed in tbe
names of the persons following each de
scription as set forth below, and tbat
the limn of redemption of same will ex
pire on tbe dates as herein below stated.
The fnllowltiK described land were pur-cba-ed
November luib, IW-i. and the time of
redemption will expire November Klih, 1M94:
Lul 13, uw s 11, 1 10 K 0, J H McMunry .
-w s 8. t II, r, Plora H Itunyan.
S e s S, t 1 1. r 6, Flora K Ktiuyan.
8 H ne4 s 14, t II, r 6, Xosa M raudall.
a U nw t, s 14, 1 11. r0, v L CrandHll.
The following described lands weie pur
chased November 12ih, IW-, snd the time of
redemption wl l expire November Vilh, 1SW4.
K H ae s, 1 8, r S, I'lmoihy Auuttn,
HHse(R4, tll.rS. WU Holit,.
N H nw stl. t II, rs, U M wilier.
Tbe following described lots In the city of
Lincoln were purcbased November Hib, INW,
and the lime of redemption will expire No
vember 14, IM4:
Lot 111, subdivision north half block 34, J a
l ot 17, subdivision north half block 34, JU
Il 3, block S. S II McCandless.
The followlim described bU lu the city of
Lincoln were purchased Novemlsir Ift, isw,
a, d the time of redemption will expire No
vember lis. SV4:
r:ast Hi feet Iota 14 aud l block tw, Mary A
1; rn 1
West uw feet lot II and 15, blts'k , 1 horns
lH , blk IVi, K'siinl A lluKKsrd.
I be follow In deai-rltwd U t III t'ook't addi
tion 10 tba city of Lincoln wera imrrhaaea
Novemuer I. ill, l'J, and Ilia Um of letleuip
Moil will etpli November 17. wl:
l,otv. blm'M I, Msry A I'ym boii.
Lot tt, bl.H-k I. J L l.emlun,
Lt bl.sSH, AM Miller.
lot t! blk t. Joaopbl i t!sk
1'h foiliiwitiil dek rttsHl tola III iMwaon's adit
to III CUV ol 1.1 rtotii Ware purt lm-ad Novalll
ber I, l-v-. and th U111 ,, rvdeiupllon will as
pire .Sovaliilwr I ttl
l.ol I bUs k t. John HtoUein
1 4,1 4, bltksi, W II Noll
Lot A bbs k . Msrv I' McNalr.
I be loilowii a dtacria , ita In Kinney' l)
1 atdlloii 10 Ihe my t l.lmula aera iur
hd N vnii..r it. and the tuna Of re
daixptlon alii ni'lr Nuveiiiiwr l. wl
t...l halt tt It, l,l. s 1 J II Mi Many.
Cot I J bloc 1 t li M. Will or
.., 1 n. , Lyai A t tia,
vi f, M ck b. abijak 1 io i'nl
I S is k 1 1 Aojs llntit.ii
(tt tibtc II J II Mouunrr
th luau4 Ji-il l l"- In Hwfoatl :t
fats ,l int.. vi iseiltr l Line ! imr
1 haw,.! Nimil VI. trtf. and ibe lime wl te
dKinl at, I il Nn(tHf ifl lii
aoulk 44 I vl t t tot s . W V II .iJl.rook
I .. , slo t a VUvit tl sv.v) .
a..uik la no lit-" . J tfr
I .u 4. 1 1 lu ML a-'iN
I ot II ti. S J"" Hsni
1 k t, .lIUd il". rllwd l,.l lu S-Hllk I lnri.18
a.1 lulus 10 is , 11 f til I iuisxa ei Hin k4
H ,ii,im ts, lW nJ ik 1 im of rviuiHr-ia
j(UUlr hoviS . l4
14 I, toot k t Cwtiy Suiter
el l si's k II II aullef
i t k k II 1 1 J.-kiM.,
,,l , s i II J t' J, IN .,.
,m kiiak I. f H at sue.
Ua I'l-s 11 a wtisii.
t ut , wlial It J tt W 1 hO
H ( i
a.' f..i -
STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS
AND PURIFY THE BL000.
KIPAKS TsBl LKS are the Seat MeeJ
rlac kaawa rr leSlseatlvn, Blileaaaee.
Meadarke, t caallpallaa. Itjrapepala, L'kraaU
Liver Troablee, lilulam, HadC'eaaelexlea,
Vyaeeterj, Oocaal.e Hrratb, au4 all ala
erder r the uoia4.-b. Liver aad Bawela
Rlpwu Tabuie eon tain nulling iDjurinu to
the mofft dlirat ruiiatliution. Are liluaaant to
take, aafe, ffiual, and irive linniHiifjitv relief.
iTire- 0,i' vial-). 7fcc-nt ; 1'aiikavnll kuxea),
May ba ordered tbroiiKb nmreat druKifiat
w i-j nuui. aioapie rra vy nuut Anaraat
RIPAN8 CHEMICAL CO.,
U SPRCCB STREET. KKW TORE CITT 1
BUY "DIRKOT FROM FACTORY" 8"r
At WHOLESALE PKICES, DeUvered Erca,
For Houses, Barn, Roofs, all colors, A SAVE
Middlemen's profits, In use 61 years. n
darsed by Grange A Farmers' Alliance. Low
8rlcs will surprise you. Write for sample
. W. 1NUEKSOLL, 253 Plymouth St., Brook
lyn, N. Y.
LOCAL RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Hassass eaTSa num.
' Arrival aaa departure ef trains earrytaf a
leni art at Lincoln, Nab. Trslas aaarkaS
alTr: t. Dtllr eiceot Sundav: tDsllv ioes4
Mendsv; I. Daily except Saturday! I, Sunday
nly; Tuesdays, Tbursdsys see Bstureat
es , M eadsy, Wdnesday sad Friday naj
arllaftaa m MlMeart Meet,
la, 1. t). m. .)
Ticket efitoe at depot, Seveutji sa4 F Star aasf
eeraer Tenth sad 0 Bis.
Leave. I Arrlv
riattsssoutk, via JU. I
Band aa4 Leulsvflle
t maoQ aaa ouDurier..
Omab and Chlcewe
via Ashland out-of. .
Ashland, Omaha sad
Crete, iiMtlnfS aad
Lowell sad Kearney . . .
St. Francis sad 0 to
Holyok a Cheyenn.. .
te Deover and coast
Crete, Baatrto aad
Wsshlnstea sad Coa
Endlcott aa Bed
Bennet, Syracuse, Ne
braska City snd ast
Brand Island Brokea
Bow, Alliance, New
castle, Sheridan snd
Be ward. York, sad
Atchlaoa, BC Joe,
Kansas City, Mk
Louis snd Mutt....
Tecumsah snd Table
Mllford, Dsvld CHy,
and Columbue ......
V :sv p ss
t v ow a
T:4 a a
f 1:40 a.
M s as.
t p. sa.
t l:Mp m.
t 4 00 av
! 1:40 at
10:00 a si
t 4:40 p. at
t 4:40 p.
til: a at
I ftp at
t S isp.at.
iie oo s
t Ttf m
I Mp s
tio rna at
t T.SOa at
til Us m
10 5y a
Chleaffo, Saoh lalaad PaeiAe.
f asMBf r tatlo ooroer 0 snd Tweatialb
City office, 1046 0 street
fast xprss te Tope
ka, Ka. City, sad
sll points in Ksnsas
Oklahoma, and Tea
Local freight accoav
Local frebibt socoav
modstlon, west ,
Faatexp for Omaha,
(Jo. Hulffa, D.Molne
Fastcip to Denver,
Col. Springs, Pueb
lo and wel ,
Local pa for Omaba
and Council Bluffs.
t !; m.
tl:SI p at
til M s at
It I Nt a
I 4:03 B. si.
tlO llp m.
, Cnloo Paclfl Railway.
Depet comer 0 snd Fourth strest. City ttebst
oftlce 1044 0 street.
caKo, valley, east
1 9:20 a. m,
1 8:00 s. m,
t 8:00 p. m
1 7:30 p. m.
1 8:26 p. IB
t 10:40 a. m
Msunattau, east &
went, Toieka, Kan
sas Ctv, east, south
Dsvld CHy htrooisbrg
bait Lake, Helena,
ban Francisco and
t 9:20 a. m
Mlonrl PaclHo Railway.
Ticket offlces at depot snd corner of Twlft
sua O streets.
Auburn and Nebraska I , , .
City Express f H:50 p.nt. :Q p
St. Louis dar express.. 'll tOp ra l oo a at
Auburn snd Nebraska I ,.- a.aa.
City Express I ' 9 3i P -
St. Louts nbjhtexp .... 1:86 p.m. I j a a,
remont, Elkhnra A Missouri Valley
0HI0O NOSTB-WHTI Lilt.)
Depot corner Elirhth and 9 streets City Tie
t emu I I U 0lrt.
I LT i Arrfra"
PhlcHto and east ,
Kreiu t Omaha, Sioux
City Hi. Paul, Dulutb
Molu 1. Pierre, Abr
Waiioo, Fremont. Nor
folk. O'Neill. Ilt
pine. Chailron, ( a.
)r Hoi spr ( Rap.
Id City, Deadwood..
PreRioiil aoi om di a.
t'Miiimil frebrbl..,.. ,
I 41 p
t T il a
Ml 40 H.
T Ut J
Via th Missouri Pacific Route.
On '.he siHioml Tuciay In Duoetnber
18U.I, January, February, March, AprU
and May, MH. the Missouri raelflc
rUiute will toll round trip ticket to All
nations In Texas, with anal limit to re
turn In thirty day from date of sal.
Stop-overs are allowed In Arkansas,
Texas end Oklahoma, New Mettno And
Indian Territory, (Vine and take
trip u the south. VuiL Daniel. C
1. AT A. 1201 O street.
"Tobacco Uis 8 mil Bomimi"
When told how UiWhhi hurls them:
nunc time they don't, tm'ssso htlorvd
ncrvr. w-ak c, chronlo uaUrrh and
lot iiianbtMtd, Wll the story. If yon
are a tobacco uor and waat U ijult
jssjt yourteil ut NO-Tt) HAO, Ihe
wonderful, harmlcaa, guarsnUHt lio-rni-lialilt
cum by t-allliiif on H T Clark
lrw I'tt,, our aKouV an aartn a
i"sy our llttlw h Hik, ' iKia't ToWtti
Holt or "moke Your I.tfe A ;' they
v ao'd tuany huta of NO-TO-UAU,
and Ihey ar ittrd M stl tt to ou
iindur ait ahmluVe fuaraatee tu euro.
ILsik malted fr- ly a-idrlaf ''THR
H tin li Utuii'i fimi'tsi, ,N' 4.V
taiidolh BW, I'lik ao, ,,
The t ! houl Is peadUArtera of
W, II Uvh, tittl.loa t'utuntsader of I
the Anutant Order of tutal AerleAio
HbtHDl, W, II. UlOU,
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