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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
July 23, t8g6.
Grant county recently held its first
The Nebraska City Chief is now pub
lished as a semi-weekly.
Burglars looted the Nelson postofflce
and secured something over f 100.
J. F. Clark of Dakota City was fined
$25 for seining fish in Crystal lake.
The Thayer county fair is set for Sep
tember 9-11 and is booked to be a hum
mer. Dakota City is to have a new Metho
dist church. It will be constructed of
Cattle thieves are making life a bur
den to the stock breeders of Brown
The Wayne co-operative creamery
company recently filed articles of In
corporation. An unknown tramp was killed by
the fast mail on the Union Pacific near
The Norfolk military band has been
invited to give a concert at' the hospital
for the insane.
CoL W. F. Cody wants the irrigation
fair at North Platte opened by Hon.
- W. J. Bryan.
Preparations are rapidly going for
ward for the great irrigation fair at
Joseph Brown has sued Wm. Lauder,
an Omaha baker, for 910,000 damages
for a crushed hand.
" A large livery barn, a saloon and a
store building were lost to Ilarting
ton recently by fire.
Steam threshers are proving to be
of greater weight than some Nebraska
bridges can stand np under.
The northwestern soldiers reunion
was held at Bordeaux last week and a
splendid attendance was had.
F. J. Hoerger, a Sutton merchant,
was painfully injured recently by the
explosion of a gasoline stove.
Farmers near Tobias have harvested
their wheat which turned out much
better than they had anticipated.
The Ashland Summer Breeze will
cease blowing next week, while the
editor takes a trip to the mountains.
The crop of prairie chickens in Dixon
county is unusually large, and hunters
are killing the glorious birds in defi
ance of law.
The barbers of South Omaha have
entered into an agreement to shut up
shop every Monday at 6 p. m. until af
Lightning struck a barn at Hay spring
the other day. Barn and contents
were burned, causing to drayman Post
a loss of 91,300.
The artificial ice plant of P. H. Coop
er of Lincoln is now in running order,
and the city now beyond the possibility
of an ice famine.
H. D. Bentley of Neligh exchanged a
load of posts for alcohol and drank
enough of it in a brief space of time
to operate fatally.
Jacob Bauman of Blue Springs wai
overcome by heat while working in the
harvest field and it required medical
assistance to make him whole.
H. A. Beamer, living near DuBois
Pawnee county, threshed 769 bushels of
wheat from twenty acres an average
yield of thirty-eight and a half bushels
per acre. '....-
1 Pursuant to ordinance the marshal
of Norfolk has ordered owners of va
cant lots to mow the weeds or suffer '
the same to be done by others and
charged up in the tax list.
Perry Palmer of Seward county is
serving a jail sentence of thirty days
for painting the town crimson the
. seventy-seventh time. Ilis antics when
drunk have cost the city of Seward
Mrs. E. J. Phillips fell from the
buggy one night last week which ren
dered her unconscious for some time.
She was getting out of the buggy at
the steps near D. M. Williams' resi
dence and missed her footing, falling
across the steps. Yutan Breeze.
The Ponca Journal states that the
railroad company will probably begin
prospecting for coal at that place this
week. In the event coal in paying
quantities can be found there it will
be invaluable to Ponca as it will bring
factories and various kinds of indus
tries. Miss Minnie Witt had an arm broken
near the wrist, Rosa Cummings a leg
broken and Mary Wahl received seri
ous injury in an accident caused by
the eye of a neckyoke breaking as
they were returning home from church
near Western. Other occupants of the
vehicle were badly shaken up.
One day last week, says the Valpa
raiso Visitor, the little children of
man named Sebatka, who lives north
east of Valparaiso, set fire to his barn
and in their fright one of the little
children ran into the barn and was
burned to death. The mother of the
little child has gone crazy over the loss
of her little one.
Frank Davenport, says the Norfolk
News, has another addition to his me'
nagerie in the shape of a golden eagle.
The bird was caught by some boys in
a field of oats near Battle Creek while
devouring a jack rabbit. As the oats
were unusually heavy the bird was un
able to get sufficient wind under his
wings to rise and was therefore easily
caught by a sack being thrown over
him. oThe bird is young and considered
a fine sdecimen and decidedly rare in
The populist party has always moved
forward with practical unanimity, and it
will do so under the present conditions,
This results from every pppulist enter
taining toe same fundamental principles
OF ST." SPIRITO".
Festival mu a Saint's Bay
One day In Florence I went with a
fellow-countryman to the church of St.
Spirito, says the Cornhlll Magazine.
It was the saint's festival. Outside
the morning was hot and still, and you
could hear the larks over the red earth
and blossoms of the distant fields and
gardens. Across the church's thresh
old, however, all was yellow with can
dle light The atmosphere was sickly
sweet and hot, thanks to incense, flow
ers, warm humanity and the multitude
of untimely tapers. A woman knelt
by my side and prayed audibly for cer
tain desirable blessings, with her
bright eyes upon the richly garbed
officiating clergy by the altar. Two or
three amazed tourists stood and con
templated the candles, the worshipers
and the clergy through opera glasses,
passing remarks between their views. I
heard a British youth whisper. "What
rot!" none too quietly. Anon the func
tion at the altar reached its zenith.
The worshipers seemed to hold their
breath. What was coming next?
Why, this: The reverend bishop
showed symptoms of fatigue or
suffocation. Instantly two of the
lesser clergy relieved him of his
mitre; the one then respectfully wiped
bis episcopal brow, while tie other, with
the palm of his hand smoothed his
sleek hair at the back. Afterward the
function proceeded. In the evening
this same church was decorated exter
nally, also with countless lights to its
weathervane. There was no wind to
spoil the garish spectacle. But there
was a vast assemblage of the faithful
and the dilettanti in the space about
the church and an infinity of tokens of
oy. The word "Bella!" was bandied
from tongue to tongue, ai.l from their
eyes you would have thought the peo
ple had received a national and per
sonal boon of the highest kind. They
were the lineal ancestors of those Im
pulsive men and women who, 600 and
more years ago, when Clmabue's "La-
donna" was ready for Its shrine
escorted it, with incredible rejoicing
and the music of trumpets, from his
studio to the church of St. Baria No
vella. They recognized in this sad
faced virgin the source of new emo
tions, and as such it was exceedingly
welcome quite apart from Its religious
THE FIRST CARRIAGE IN MAINE.
How a Minister Came to Bay It and
Why Ha Sold It. j
The Rev. Francis Winter was a na
tive of Boston and a graduate of Har
vard college, says the Lewiston (Me.)
Journal. He came to Bath early in
1767 and after preaching on probation
for the orthodox church, was invited
to settle, which invitation he accepted.
He was ordained in the autumn of the
same year. He came to Bath on horse
back in company with Lemuel Stand-
iah. Mr. Winter came from Boston,
where be had associated with such
eminent men as Adams, Otis and War
ren, himself becoming an ardent pa
triot, taking the lead in the revolu
tionary measures adopted in Bath
during that memorable period.
Mr. Winter married Miss Abigail
Alden in 1768 and it is through her
that the Winters of today trace their
ancestry back to the "Puritan Maiden
Three years after the marriage of the
Rev. Francis Winter and Abigail Alden
they started to visit a sister of Mrs.
Winter living in Connecticut and in
tended to ride all the way on horse
back, but Mrs. Winter became so fa
tigued that Mr, Winter sold one of the
ftrses for a carriaee and harness. It
was called a chaise. Traveling was so
difficult that two negroes were em
ployed to accompany them with shov
els and axes to clear the road. Several
times the chaise had to bs taken apart
and lifted over fallen trees. The min
ister's parishioners thought that it was
putting on too much stlye for their
pastor to ride in a carriare and in con
sequence Mr. Winter sold it. This was
in 1771. It was a two-wheeled chaise
the body resting on leaf r thorough-
braces, which were attached to wooden
A Knotty Trobiem.
Festina lente would be a safe maxim
for our modern city reformers to 101-
low, the opposite course which they
have been pursuing having so far
yielded unsatisfactory results. Among
the latest Instances is the case of
Major P. M. Haverty, a veteran of the
Civil War, who had been removed,
ostensibly on the plea of physical dis
ability, from one of the f nr assessor-
ships provided for New Ti ,rk city by
the Consolidation Act. i 1 the time of
Malor Haverty's removal the other
three assessorships became vacant and
the four were filled by appointments
made by the Reform Administration.
Major Haverty carried his suit for re
instatement before the Appellate Di
vision of the Supreme court, which de
cided in his favor. The Court of Ap
peals has now affirmed the finding or
the lower court, holding tnat mere
physical defects are not enough to
warrant the removal of a war veteran.
Now comes the amusing part of the
case. The law allows only four as
sessors, while the city now practically
has five. Who is to be displaced to
make room for the reinstated Major
Haverty? When he was removed no
one of the new appointees was actually
designated as his successor, and the
problem who is to step down and
out One of the present incumbents i3,
like Major Haverty, a veteran, so that
the choice of whose head is to fall in
the official basket rests betwene the
others. Meantime it is always good
nollcy for the "ins" to "make haste
slowly" when dealing with the "outs,
Dr. Sims irives special attention to ar
tificial teeth, crown and bridge work
Burr Bl'k. 14.
I Mention "NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT."
POSTERS IN JAPAN.
Common at Play Bills In Tnls
A traveler in Japan who had pene
trated to the most remote village
thought he had reached the limit of
modern civilization, but on coming out
of doors the next morning found
a small Japanese girl proudly dis
playing . a package of chewing gum
and a nickel alarm clock, says the To
ledo Bee. A few miles firther on be
discovered what surprised him a ver
itable poster displayed on a blank wall,
with an admiring crowd around It
It seems that every tea house has its
series of posters and every shop win
dow contains them. Crowds always
gather In Japan when a new poster is
shown for the first time.
During the recent war the Interest
of the people was greatly heightened
by the poster cartoons relating to the
progress of affairs. The subjects of
these cartoons were of a character to
impress one that the Japanese were
entirely superior to their antagonists,
yet in none of them could there be
found any evidence of vainglory or in
sult During the war there was a good
deal of comment about the inefficiency
of the officers of the Chinese army, and
the Japanese made the most of this,
one of the resulting posters being ex
tremely funny, representing a Chinese
officer on horseback, the whole drawn
with trembling zigzag lines which gave
the figure a curious shaking effect
Li Hung Chang received the doubtful
honor of getting more notice from the
Japanese poster' artist than any other
great man of the time. One picture
shows him kneeling, a coolie taking
off his coat, while three coolies walk
away with his decorations, etc. The
poster is headed: "His kin Will Go
Next" The almost Eurov .an handling
of the situation makes the poster espe
cially enjoyable to foreigners.
The Baby Microphone.
A recent invention consists of an
appartus by means of which a micro
phone suspended over a" child's crib
automatically rings an electric Den
situated at any convenient point on
the least noise made by the child. The
microphone, as is well known, is a very
sensitive form of telephone transmitter
capable of detecting the faintest
HE STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
i List of the Officers, Member!, and Executive
Committe of People's Party of Nebraska.
OFFICERS STATB COMM1TTBE.
Chairman J. A. Edgerton, Lincoln.
Secretary Frank D. Eager, Lincoln.
Treasurer Austin H. Wier, Lincoln.
STATB EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
First Dlstrict-C. W. Hoxie. Lincoln.
Second District C. A. Whitford, Arlington.
Third District O. Nelson, Richland.
Fourth District B. R. B. Weber, Valparaiso.
Filth District D. S Dusenbery, Nelson.
Sixth District J. W. Elhngham, North Platte.
Couny, NatM, Postcfic4.
Adams. 1. T. Steele Hastings
Antelope Herman Frees Neligh
Banner M. E. Shafto Ashford
Blaine Ezra Hollopeter....Brewster
Boone J. A. Baird... Cedar Rapids
Box Butte .3. K. Neal Hemingiord
Boyd Ed. JU Whiting spencer
Brown George Miles Ainsworth
Buffalo John A. Miller Kearney
Burt E. V Peterson....Tekamah
Butler ............... .W. H. Taylor David City
Cass W. Waugh Alvo
Cedar -...John H. Filber Hartington
Chase.... A. B. Sutton Imperial
Cherry G. P.Crabb Valentine
Cheyenne... C. J. Osborne. Sidney
Clay G. W. Nagle Clay Center
Colfax O. Nelson...... Richland
Cumming L. Dewald Wisner
Custer C.W. Beal Broken Bow
Dakota M. B. Slocum So. Sioux City
Dawes J- E. Gibson .Crawford
Dawson -T. W. Hanna Lexington
Duel Jonas Cotiman....Oshkosh
Dixon C, W.Schram Fonca
Dodge K. D Kelly Fremont
1)mirlA5s .. . - Omaha
DunSy L. . Valker Benkleman
Fillmore John 1. Burke Geneva
Franklin I. M. Dimmick.....Macon
Frontier Wm. Reed Stockville
Furnas C. F. Wheeler Beaver City
Gage E E. Ellis Beatrice
Garfield - T. G. Hemmett....Burwell
Gosper S. B Yoeman Elwood
f.rnnt ri. ureamuusc nvannis
Greelv -...lames Barry Greely Center
Hall rt. A. cowards urano. lsiana
Hamilton r. M. Howard Aurora
Harlan Theo. Maher Alma
Hayes J. Hammona...nayes (.enter
Hitchcock Geo. W. Carter....Dike
Holt Ham K.autzman..U'Neill
Hooker W. B. Barnaby.... Mullen
Howard C B. Manuel t. r"aul
Ieff l rson Thad V illiams....Fairbury
ohnson Fred Kohn Crab Orchard
Icarney G I. Richmond...Minden
Keith j. vv , rncriuau....isgauaia
Keya Paha Jonn r. (-arr spnngview
Kimball John Biggs Kimball
K.nox John T. Lenger...Niobrara
T nraoter C. W. Hoxie Lincoln
Lincoln J. W. Ellingham...North Platte
W. Ginn Gandy
Loup J. F. Anderson.... laylor
Madion C. D. Jenkins Norfolk
Mcl'herson Ben Wilson Tyron
Merrick M. H. Rawlins Archer
Nance Wm. Dawson Fullerton
Nemaha D. J. Wood Bratton
K:rU 1"). S. Dnsenharv.. Nelson
Otoe J0"1 Willman NebraskaCitj
Pawnee i- J- riummer.....rawneei-iiy
Perkins ...Frank Coates Elsie
Phelps A. J. Shaffer Holdrege
Pierce W. A. Bouce Foster
Platte John S. Freeman. Columbui
polk l.C. Kahe Shelby
Red Willow. ....1. A. Sheridan lndianola
Richardson j. M. Whittaker..Falls City
Kock - W. T Phillips Bassett
Saline Wilbur Savage.... Wilber
t;arpy George Becker......Richfield
Saunders B. R. B. Weber Valparaiso
Srntt Muff W. 1. Sentery Genng
Seward M. D. Carey ..Sewan
H 1 Staunchfield.Rushville
......H. M. Mathews. Loup City
.Wm.J, Raum Harrison
...-W. H. Porter. ..Stanton
,.-...F. S. Mickey. ...Hebron
.A. C. Ayers ........ ..Thedlord
....W. I. Wiltsio Pender
-....C. A. Munn -...Ord
...-C. A. Whitford Arlington
,.-..H. B. Miller Winside
m.H. L. Hopkins Cowles
C. E. Partons Bartlett
S - u.mmer Rates.
Write For Catalogue, -A.dd.ress
People'! State. Nominating- Convention.
A state nominating convention of the
People's Independent Party of Nebraska
will meet at the city of Hastings, Ne
braska, on Wednesday, Aug. 5th, at 10
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of placing
in nomination candidates for the follow
ing state offices, viz.:
Secretary of State.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Commissioner of Public Lands and
One Judge of the Supreme Court 4
One Judge of the Supreme Court 2
One Regent of the State University to
fill vacancy. .
Eight (8) Presidential Electors.
And to transact such other business as
may properly come before the conven
tion. Each county will be entitled to one de
legate at large and one additional dele
gate for each one hundred votes, or
majority fraction thereof, cast at the
general election of 1895 for Samuel Max
well, for judtre of the supreme court,
which crives the following representation
Adams 1 jenerson a
Antelope 11 Johnson 7
Banner 2 Kearney 11
Blaine 1 Keith , a
Boone IS Keya Paha 8
Box Butte 6 Kimball 2
Boyd 6 Knox 1
Brown 8 Lancaster 27
Buffalo 1 Lincoln 11
Burt Lonan 2
Butler 14 Loop 2
Cass ...14 Mndison 11
Odar McPherson 1
Chase 3 Merrick 9
Cherry Nance 8
Cheyenne 4 Nemaha .- 18
Clay 14 Nuclfolls 12
ColfBi Otoe 12
Cuming 7 Pawnee 6
CoHter 18 Perkins 8
Dakota ft Phelps 12
Dawes 9 Pierce
Dawson 14 Plutte 12
Deuel 8 Polk ....18
Dixon Red Willow 9
Dodtce 18 Kichardson 7
Ponarlas 4M Rock 3
Dnndy 4 Saline 10
Fillmore..., 14 Sarpy
Franklin.,.. 9 Saunders .....21
FronMer 9 Scotts Bluff 2
Furnas 11 Seward - 10
Gaire 14 Sheridan 9
Garfield Sherman 7
Gosper 6 Sioux 2
Grant 2 Stantom 4
Gree'ey.. 6 Thayer 8
Hall ,.14 Thomas 1
Hamilton 18 Thurston 8
Harlan... ..10 Valley 8
Have' 8 Washington 8
Hitchcock Wayne ,. 6
Holt .s 13 Webster .....10
Booker 1 Wheeler 8
Howard Vork 14
It is recommended that no proxies be
admitted, but that the delegates present
cast the full vote to which their respect
ive counties are entitled.
By order of the State Central Com
mittee. J. A. Edgerton,
F.D. Eager, Chairman.
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Attorney at Law, Lincoln-
Jessie L. McBrlde, Leslie B. McBride. minor
heir ot Benton M. Mcuriae, ranira, "i
,? "Tb.m M. McBride. deceased.
."."...i. that on the !rth day
Will l . . 1IH harein
June. 18'J0, Aaeiia a. ir.
juur. icwx. diatrlot court of Lane
nerpetiuou.--- ---- d defendantgi
reritiiu Mm. . .-
Braced wbr.dV. sub-
division of lot thirteen 113, in n. uniiwrwou n
snbd vision of the northwest quarter (nw. H) of
"enoX" st quarter ( MJ
Rrt ne; :YXTnw7htoM ten 7 6)n.rt6
ment ot a certain promissory note In writing,
dated July 2d. 1894" (or the sum of (onr hundred
Sftv riollars (S4SO.O0), due and payable on
f flrstdav of January W. with eonpon. at-
SSKVc5"iT and' July of each
elect to declare the entire; mm TS"-
Default havinft Been "mu" ."T TftnarT
ment which became the first of
1M. the plaintiff ha. elected to and h declared
SSTortS the sum of 18a0. for which
?nm with interest from July 2d, 189. at ten per
sum. witn """"I , ... inr k decree that
cent per annum. P' "f" .-,. same or
the defendants be
, VUU.i w I
that said premises may
be sold to satisfy the
amount loumi u. . .tltlon on .
Yon are required i Timt
before the 10th day o. V.iTa. TRUAX.
7 By Jno. H, Kirkpe,trick.
Bated thiB 29th day of Jnne, 1896.
LAMB & ADAM'S
Attorneys at Law, Lincoln. Neb-
Nntlin is hnrehv ariven. That by virtneofan
order of sale Issued by the clerk of the district
court ot the Third tudlcial district of Nebraska,
within and (or Lancaster county. In an action
wherein Anna F. Baker Is plaintiff, and John O
Tlnllni t .1 ,1(t.nilon. I will, at 2 O Clock P.
m on the 11th day of Awtust A. I). 186. at the
east door o( the court house, In the city of Lin
coln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer for sale
at- public auction the following described real
MIMA tn-wtt. v
Lot sevn (7),ln block two hundred and twelve
(212). in the city oiwncoin, Luntwur cuuuijr
Uiven tinder my hand this Tth day of July A.
D.,186 JOHN J.TROMPEN
In the District Court of Lancaster County,
Egbert Starr trustee, plaintiff.
Louis Snyder, James McMurtry,
Amanda E. McMurtry, Silas H. Burn
ham, Burnham his wife, first
and real name unknown, Silas H. Burn
ham trustee, county of Lancaster, city
of Lincoln, John Bartow, William Koif-
ner, John Smidt, Smidt, his
wife, first and real name unknown, Isaac
W.Brown, Celina B. Blake, William
Swisher, Samuel McCIay, administrator
deceased, State National bank a
corporation, Jeremiah J. Heeley, Ballon
State bank Co., corporation, J. Reed,
first and real name unknown, Columbia
National bank, n corporation, Jacob K.
King, John Warner, First National bank
of Jerseyrilie, 111., First National bank
of Batavia, 111., Henry & Coatsworth,
Co., a corporation, George B. Bradfield,
Joseph Gundrey, Lincoln Coal Co., a cor
poration, F. E. Foltz, first name un
known, Lewis C. Corton, Patrick Griffin,
E. T. Burrows & Co. , a corporation,
CVdar Rapids National bank, First Na
tional bank, Lincoln, Nebraska, a cor
poration, L'arpeuter Paper Co., a cor
poration, American Exchange National
bank, John A. Brown, National bank
Barnesville, Security Investment Co., a
corporation, C. M. Parker, Brotherhood
wine Co., a corporation, Harriet B. Good
win, Seth C. Wilson, Martin Radiord,
Jane D. Dondall, C. L. Burr, James N.
Hord, Newport Savings bank, a corpor
ation, Lucy Willworth, Chas. W. Oakes,
Concordia Loan & Trust Co., a corpora
tion, Thomas S. Chambers, Lare J.
Brainard, Mary J. Hunter, May Broth
ers, a partnership.
The defendants, Louis Snyder, John
Smidt, Smidt his wife, John Bar
tow, Isaac B, Brown, Jeremia J. Heeley,
Ballou State Bunking Compauy a cor
poration, J. Rped, Jacob K. King, First
National Bank Barnesville, Ohio a cor
poration, First National Bank of Bata
via, Illinois a corporation, First Na
tional bank of Jersey ville, Illinois, Henry
& Coatsworth Company a corporation,
Lewis C. Gorton, Patrick Griffin, E. T.
Burrows & Company a corporation,
Carpentar Paper Company a corpora
tion, Brotherhood Wine Company a
corporation. Seth C. Wilson, Jane D.
Dowdall, James M. Huid, Newport Sav
ings Bank a corporation, Concordia
Loan & Trust Company a corporation,
Thoa S. Chambers, May Brothers a
partnership, will take notice that on the
10th day of April, 18U6, tgbert Starr, ,
trustee,.the plfiintiff, filed his petition in
the district court of Lancaster county,
Nebraska, against Louis Snyder. James
McMurtry, Arr.anda E. McMurtry, Silas
H. Burnham, Burnham his
wife, first name unknown, Silas H.
Burnham, trustee, county of Lancaster,
city of Lincoln, John Bartow, William
Koifnor, John Smidt, Smidt
-his wife, first and real name unknown.
Isaac W. Brown, Celiua B. Blake, Will
liaru Swisher, Samuel McCIay, adminis
trator of diseased, State Na
tional Bank a corporation, Jeremiah H.
Heeley, Ballon State Hank Company
a corporation, J. Reed First and real
name unknown, Columbia National
Bank a corporation, Jacob K. King,
John Warner. First National Bank of
Jersey ville, 111., First Nat'l Bank of Bata
via, III., Henry & Coatsworth Company
a corporation, George B. BradBeld,
Joseph Gundrey, Lincoln Coal
Co. a corporation, F. E. Foltz
first name unknown, Louis C. Gorton,
Patrick Griffiu, E. T. Burrows & Co. a
corporation, Cedar Rapids National
Bank, First National Bank, Lincoln,
Nebraska a corporation, Carpenter Pa
per Co. a corporation, American Ex
change National Bank, John A. Brown,
National Bank of Barnesville, Security
Trust Co. a corporation, U i. ram-
ei isrotnernooa iiu u. a,
tion, Harriet 1. uooawiu, oem v. " -son,
Martin Radford, Jane D. Dondall,
James M. Hard, Neport Savings Bank
a corporation, Lucy ihw wm"
W. Oakes, (joncornia loau oc ruot
Corporation, luumaa U. "I
Kate J. Brainard. Mary J. tiunter,
Mar Brothers i partnership, the
object and prayer of which is to fore
ir.ao a p(rtn.iii morteaee executed to
James L. Lombard by defendant Louisv
Snyder, said mortgage ana note was sorj
and assigned to the plaintiff for a valu
able consideration, wno is now me own
er thereof, upon lot No. 10, block No. 4,
in McMurtry s aaamou io m wijr
Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, in
n.l,i..h rpul estate the other defendants
herein nai.ied claim some interest by vir-
tn. infio-ment hens, to secure tne pay-
ment ot one promissory iiuip, ualr'' " '
vember 12, 1887, for the sum cf $800,
and due and payable on the first day of
November 1892; that there is now uue
and unpaid on said note and mortgage
the sum of $800 00, which together With
interest at the rate of 10 per cent, per
annum from the first day of November
1895, the plaintiff prays for a decree of
foreclosure, and sale of said premises.
You are required to answer said petition
on o- before the 3d day of August 189o.
Dated June 25th 1896.
Egbkrt Staku, trustee,
By Wm. G. Clakk and
C. L. Talmaoe.
Cheap Kates to 8t- Paul and Eeturn
The Northwestern is now selling tick
ets at reduced round trip rates to St.
Paul, Minneapolis and numerous rpsorts
in Minneapolis and Wisconsin. This is
the short line. City office 117 So., 10th
nri, okito PnhiiHhinir Company wil
send to any of our readers mentioning the
name of tow paver a copy of The ton-
I I IT". IILUUItV -w n
ditionofthe Ameucan farmer onre-
r tntn.roht Ktflllin to PB.V for
ft' I I 1 1 j 111 n . ,, , I .
nffnr nn another page. "The
Modern Doctor" is a book that should
k in .nrv hnme. A vear'e subscription
th TwnKPENnENT and this excellent
book for $1.75.
McNEBNEY & EAGER,
Attorneys, 1034 O Street, Lincoln,
Notlee le hereby given that by virtue of en or
derot sale tinned by the clerk of the district
eourt of the Third Judicial district of Nebraska,
within and for Lamcaster eonnty, Jn an action
wherein William Wenrar le plaintiff, and Robert
i. Greene et al., defendant. I will, at o'clock p.
m on the 4th day of Angnst, A. D. 189, at the
east door of the court honse. In the city of Lin
coln, Lancaster, eonnty, Nebraska, offer for sal
at public auction the following described real
Beginning at the northwest corner of the north
half of the northwest quarter of section twenty
eight (28, town eight (81 range six (6), esst, and
running thence east to the west line of the pro
jected right of way, depot and switching grounds
of the Chicago, Rock Island St, Pacific Railway Co.,
as the same is now surveyed and staked and laid
ont across said north half of the northwest quar
ter of section twenty-eight (28), township eigh
8l, range six (6). thence southwesterly along said
line to the intersection of said projected Chicago,
Kock Island & Pacific Railway Co. grounds witb
the south line of said north half ot the northwest
quarter of section twenty-eight (28), township
eight (8), range six (6) east, thence west to the
west line of said north half of the northwest quar
ter of said section twenty-eight (28), thence
north to the place of beginning, in Lancaster
Given under my hand this 2d day of July, A,
D 18B8. JOHN. J. TROMPEN,
The above cnt represents without doubt
the most popular free coinage badge.
The upper or smaller piece represent a
gold dollar in color and size, the larger i
the color and exact size of a ilver dol
lar. It is a quick seller. Send 25 cen
for sample. Agents wanted in every
county and town in Nebraska. Liberal
terms. Write at once to tne uman
Badge Co. 1122 M. S$., Lincoln, Neb.
It Is Just Wonderful
The time the Union Pacific "Overland"
r ast mail No. 3 makes to Ogdek, Salt
Lake, Butte, Helena, Portland, Seattle
San Francisco and Los Angeles. Tm
Daily Meteor has the finest equipment
consisting of Pullman Palace and Uphol
stered Tourist Sleepers, Free Rcliniirfj
Chair Cars, and Diner. For full informa
tion call on or address E. B. Slosson,
General Agent, 1044 0 St, or J. T. Ma
tin, C. T. A.
Hints to Tourists
Where to go
Is the subject of a little pamphlet pub
lished by the Northwestern line giving a
large amount of information regarding
the lake regions of Minnesota and Wis
consin. For a copy address city ticket
agent, 117 So.
10th St., Lincoln, Ne-
If you read this paper and like it, send
your subscription at once to the Inde
pendent Pub. Co., Lincoln, Neb.
Bicycle for Sale.
An enr.irelv new bicycle for sale,
wheel that retails everywhere at $90.0Vy J,
Our price $50. Call and see it before- f
buying, or address the
Inpepkndent Pert. Co., .
1122 M St., Lincoln, Neb.
Populist Hand Book,
We have on hand a tew copies of Mr,
Fdgerton's Populist Hand Book, for
1895, which gives an account of tb
'-Aiifls in state institutions: legislative
extravagance, Governor Holcomb's inns.
sage, facts on the silver question, eic.
-tc. Send 5 cents for single copyor2;
eentsforsix copies. Independent Pub
lishing Co., 1122 M street, Lincoln, Neb.
YELLOW S10ME PARK
Is more and more impressing itnelf
upon the public, as the years go by, as
being the great park of the land. The
strong feature of it is the fact that it is
not a man made park, True enough
man has built ronds and bridges and ho
tels in order that he may nee the park,,
but he has not yet tried his hand at con
structing new-fangled geysers, or re
adorning or resell Ipturiug the Grand
Canyon of the Yellowstone. These are
as Ood left them. There, too, the elk,
bear, deer and other animals are not en
closed in wire fences. They wander free
and unfretted whethersoever they will.
Man's handiwork is but little seen and
the park is the grander for it. Snnd Chas,
S. Fee, Gen. Pass. Agt. Northern Pacific-
K. It. 6c for Wonderland '5)0 and read
about the park. 1 .
Cheap Bates for All Kinds of Poople. S
If you want to travel cheap note thV f
following round trip excursions at hall J
rates this summer via the Northwestern
.Tulvll. 15. 16. to Milwaukee, Wis.
. . . . .... i! 1
Get tickets at city ticket office, 117 S..
10th St., Lincoln, Neb.
Eipans Tabules cure liver troubles.
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