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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
Oct I5 i8q6.
PIPER tH A PICKLE
No End ot Objections Btinf Piled Against
Certificate of NomifiAtian
Secretary of State Piper ia having all
aorta of trouble 00 hit bauds thww day
and it ia reported that bis slumbers are
considerably disturbed ia the night
season. It is all on account of middle-of-the-road
proclivities on the part of
certain political factions in this state.
Yesterday objections were filed against
the certificates of nomination presented
by F. L. Rose chairman of the middle-of-
the-road republican convention. Th is
was also followed by a protest from the
free silver people as to the certificates
filed by the gold standard democrats.
In the first instance John P. Maule is
the representive ot the kickers and
John H. Ames is his attorney. The
: wwnttarr . beard the caw on Tuesday
In the second instance James C. Dabl
mania the chief kicker. His grievance
was heard on Wednesday.
A country lady is my choice one who
has a borne and plenty, and room in
that home for the husband she loves and
no other. I am temperate, use no to
bacco, have but little property, am used
to farm life, weigh 135 pounds. This is
leap year, ladies. Please don't be preju
diced against a man becanas he adver
tises in a country paper. I feel it is my
privilege, and it is youra to answer or
not. Please give a description of your
self in this letter, and I will do the same
In answer. W. W. Pbiob,
Central City, Neb.
They Come High.
There is quite a German settlement ia
the vicinity of Eighth and Y Btreeta in
this city and HcKiuley and Hobart pict
ures appear in a number of the windowa.
Knowing that a number ot the people
whose homes were decorated with the
picture of thegoldbug candidates were for
Bryan, a Post reporter made inquiries
as to why they were displaying the em
blem of the enemy.
He asked a shoemaker, having a dis
tinct foreign accent, who has the regula
tion pictures of McKinley and Hobart
pasted In the window, if he was going to
vote for the goldbug nominee. : "0, no;
I vos not. Der grocery man by der cor
ner, Meester BUir, he dells me eft I.but
him up (pointing to the pictures) der re
bublicans dey give tnadree dollars. You
pet I puts him up."
The reporter then interviewed a num
ber of his neighbors, all of whom were
sporting McKinley and Hobart pictures.
He found that "Meester" Blair had
been to see them also and mentioning
the financial inducement bad met with
the same success.
Mr. Blair ia running a regular picture
bureau under the direction of Elmer B.
Stephenson, the chairman of the county
republican committee. He makes the
financial arrangements with his neigh
bors, posts the pictures and sends the
bill to Elmer.
The sturdy Germans have no objec
tions to reutlng their windows to the
republicans to be used aa bill boards
during the campaign, but they will re
serve the privilege of voting as they
please. Their enthusiasm for VV. J. Bry
an will not be abated in the least, al
' though the picture ot Hanna's hired
man may be displayed in their houses.
It is Hannaism that makea it necessary
for them to accept revenue from such a
questionable source aa the republican
A PECULIAR REMEDY.
Something About the New Discov
ery for Curing Dyspepsia.
The Rev. F. I. Bell, a highly esteemed
minister residing at Weedsport, Cayuga
Co., N. Y., in a recent letter writes as
follows: "There has never been anything
that I have taken that has relieved the
Dyspepsia from which 1 have suffered for
ten years except the new remedy called
Rtuart's Dyeiieiwia Tablets. Since tak
ing them I have had no distress at all
after eating and again after long years
can sleep well. Rev. F. I. Bell, Weeds
port, N. Y , formerly Idalia, Colo.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is a re
markable remedy, not only because it is
a certain cure for all forma of indigestion,
but because it seems to act as thoroug
ly in old chronic cases of Dyspepsia as
well as in mild attacks of indigestion or
biliousness. A person has dyspepeia
simply because bis stomach is over
worked, all ft wants is a harmless, veg
etable remedy to digest the food and
thus give it the much needed rest.
This is the secret of the success of this
peculiar remedy. No matter how weak
or bow dmordered the digestion may be,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest
the food whether the stomach works or
not New life and energy is given not
only to the stomach but to every organ
and nerve in the body. A trial of this
splendid medicine will convince the most
skeptical that Dyspepsia and all stom
ach troubles can be cured. The tablets
are prepared by the Stuart Chemical Co.,
of Marshall. Mich., but so popular ha
the remedy bfComethatStuart'B Dyepep
sia Tablets can now be obtained at auy
drug store at 50 cents per package.
Send for book on stomach diseases free.
Made Hi Blood Boll.
To the Editor:
Sitting in the street car last night, my
attention was drawn to a conversation
, between a laborer and a student. This
remark of the student struck me: "I
wish I wan back there, just to see them
scrap about politics, and if I can, I will
go back the week before election and sell
out, and make more with my vote in a
day than I could in six months other
wise," This made the blood of the
laborer boil, and I fixed my gaze on him
o that I could remember him. The
student continued: "I knew of men back
there (where I knew not) who sold their
vote for $500 four years ago, and all
nerson bad to do is to talk a little for
the party the last week or so."
Whether he was telling the truth or
boasting I do not know, but I know
there is not money enough in the United
States to turn my vote from the eauae
which I believe ia right, and I know too
that neither the democrat, silver party
or populist party has money enough to
nav f 500 or SI. 000 tor a vote,. Brother
laborer, look out for hypocrites. Beware
of traitors. S. M. Sobenson,
AN ABB LINCOLN REPUBLICAN
la Named by the Fourth District Patriots
to Kun for Congresa
The Abraham Lincoln republicans of
the Fourth district met in convention
vMrdAv and . nominated Elmer It, Co
henous, a man of the Lincoln-Blaine
stamp, for congress. The republicans of
the Fourth district are very much dis
pleased with the A. P. A. and general
anti-republican record o! their congres
sional representative, Mr. Hainer, and
will make a united effort to accomplish
The certificate of nomination . of Mr.
Cohenous is signed bv Albert H. Maxwell
chairman, and William L. Knotts, secre
tary, of the f ourth district repuoucan
convention. Mr, Cohenous ia a well
known republicau of Jefferson county.
He has been one o( the leaders in tne
eouncila of hia party for years. Hia nom
ination will prove to be a serious imped
iment in the way of Mr. Hainer a aspira
tions to aucceed himself.
An Echo From Shiloh
County Treasurer Utterbaok Recalls Hia
Experience on the Battlefield.
From th Nonpareil, Council Bluff, Iowa,
Countr Treasurer ; A. Ufcterback, of
Glenwood, Iowa, has long been one of
the leading citizens of Mills county, and
since the days of his service for t he Union
cause has labored industriously at bU
home in Rawls township, with the result
that he has not only surrounded himself
with almost all the comforts heart could
wish, but has grown into the esteem of
his fellow men. His popularity and
standing, therefore, made his election to
the county treasurership easy. His work
as county treasurer, however, was con
fining. ; Coming as he did from an active
outdoor lite on the farm to the close and
confiuing duties of the treasurer's office,
he quickly began to run down in health
and to visibly fail in strength and en
ergy. The Deputy Treasurer, Mr. L.on
Sawyer, is a believer in the efficiency 01
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. His constant
advice to his employer. Mr. Utter back,
was to the effect that he should use these
pills. Finally Mr. Utterback consented,
and now after having used several boxes
be is able to make the following state
ment to your correspondent:
"Have 1 used Pink PillsT lea, sir, and
I shall continue to use them just so long
as they benefit me aa they do now. It
is rarely that l use proprietary medi
cines, but my deputy was so enthusias
tic over this particular medicine that 1
consented to try it, and I can assure you
the benefit has been great.
"I waa a member oi Company F, 15th
Iowa Infantry, and saw my first day's
service in the battle of Shiloh. The cam
paign before Corinth and later the Siege
of Vicksburg; were important events in
the service as seen by our company, and
aa you can readily imagine we were
greatly exposed and at times but poorly
cared tor during these awful days. In
my case, army diarrhoea was the result.
It has been the burden of my life for over
thirty years, but at last I have found
something to conquer it. The Pink Pills
are a success in my case, as I have no
doubt they will be with all who will use
The reporter afterwards called upon
Wro. Skillicorn, the popular druggist,
and from him gained the information
that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have
reached a most surprising sale in this
community. "But of all the cures,"
said the pharmacist, "that of Treasurer
Utterback is the most remarkable, and
at the same time, the most gratifying."
, Dr, Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple are now given to the public aa an un
failing blood builder and nerve restorer,
curing all forms of weakness arising from
a watery condition of the blood or shat
tered nerves. The pills are sold by all
dealers, or will be sent post paid on re
ceipt of price, 50 cents a box or six
boxea for 12.50 (they are never sold in
bulk or by the 100). by addressing Dr.
Williams' Medicine Company, Schenec
tady, N. Y.
A GOLD TAG.
The Following ia Only a Sample of What
May Be Expected Under
What do the people think since the $
Hanna waveot prosperity (?) has struck
Nebraska? - Below is a sample of
a customer's note found on the counters
of the Farmers' bank it Nebraska City,
which causes the payer to not only pay
in gold of a certain fineness, hut also
includes a mortgage on the "personal
estate," which takes in a farmer's wife
and all his relatives. It is the republi
can party and all its cohorts, in hell and
out, that is bringing about such a state
of affairs without the authority of law
or precedent. This is just a foretaste of
what is to come in case the people bow
their necks to have McKinley ism fastened
upon them forever:
The following is the note:
Nebraska City, Neb., 189..
after date... ...promise
to pay to I he order of
for value received at the Farmers' bank,
this city, with interest at 10 ppr ceut per
annum from ....until paid. Pay
able in United States gold coin of the
present fineness, 23.22 grains of pure
gold to each dollar. I hereby bind my
personal estate for the payment of this
He Pays Hia Respects to Vsndervoort,
tba Tool of the Hannacrata.
A reporter of this paper called at the
populist headquarters this morning and
incidently got to talking with Chairman
Edmisten about the "General" Vander
voort meeting at the Funke last Satur
day night. "Speaking of Vandervoort,
reminds me," said Mr. Edmiston, and he
banded the reporter the following:
"VAN DER V00RT EXPOSED.
POPULISTS OF HIS OWN STATIC OFFICIALLY
DENOUNCE BH1 METHODS AND
People's Party Headquarters, Lincoln,
Neb. 'We desire to emphatically 'deny
the statement in the Tbrice-a-Week
World of September 14, made by Paul
Yan der Voort, and declare that every
aaaeruuu tu il vuuwriiiug Nvuraaka pwp
nliata is wholly false. The populist elec
tors of Nebraska are all men of unsullied
reputation and every one of them will
vote for Bryan and Tom Wataon. There
haa been no 'infamous sell out' of popu
list electors. Tom Wataon was invited
to the elate by the populiat state com
raitee. He made four speeches to enor
mous audiences; was everywhere mei
with outstretched hands of joyous wel
come, and publicly announced that ne
had never been the recipient of a warmer
reception anywhere in the aouth.
"The chairman of the state populiat
committee sent this telegram to the na
tional headquarters at the close of Wat
son's speech in Lincoln: 'Tom Watson
made the greatest speech to 4,000 peo
ple in Lincoln this afternoon that was
ever made on Nebraska soil.'
"We denounce Paul Van der Voort as
a traitor, whose sole object is to defeat
Bryan. Hia reputation for twenty yean-
has , been that of a railroad capper
around the Nebraska legislature. H
hus been excluded from all populist con
ventions and is known among populist-
aa a "Hannacrat.' He holds an office bj
gift of republicau McKinleyites and w
warn all friends' of Bryan and Tom Wat
son to beware of him.
' (Signed.) J. H. Edmisten, Chairman.
B. R. B. Weber, Secretary."
One Honest Man
Dear Editor: Please inform your read
ers that if written to confidentially, I
will mail in a sealed letter the plan pur
sued by which I was permanently restored
to health and manly vigor, alter years
of suffering from Nervous Weakneaa.Losa
of Manhood, Lack of Confidence, etc. i
have no scheme to extort money from
any one whomsoever. I was robbed and
swindled by quacks until I nearly lost
faith in mankind, but, thank heaven, I
am now well, vigorous and strong, and
anxious to make this certain means of
cure known to all. Having nothing to
sell or send C.O.D., I want no , money.
Address Jas. A. Harris, Box 825,DeIray,
IN WEST VIRGINIA.
A Resident of That State Tells a Lin-
cola Citizen How the State
Will Go This Fall.
Judge Wheeler is in receipt of a letter
from a cousin, G. W. Hindman. the
owner of a large grist mill in Hancock
county, West Virginia, in which Mr.
Hindman says: "I am not working in
this campaign because there is no plat
form that suits trie. As to WestVirgiuin
I have made all the inquiry 1 can and tht
best information I can get is that th
state will go for Bryan , and Sewall from
5,000 to 15,000. In my section I think
Bryan will poll a little more than the
party vote while I think McKinley will
fall short by some not voting. I have
talked with parties who have travelled
over the lower part of the state withii
the last few weeks and they say it seems
as if they are all for free silver."
Dr. Sims gives special attention to ar
tificial teeth, crown and bridge work.
Burr Bl'k. 14.
CORBETT AND THE STATE NORMAL.
By virtue of hia office of state super
intendent, Mr. Corbett is a member 01
the state normal school board. His at
titude toward this institution is shown
in these particulars:
First. Before he was nominated for
state superintendent he said, "I am not
much stuck on the normal school; we
have found out that we don't need it." "
Second. One of the early acta of his ad
ministratihn was to declare the diplomas
of that school issued prior to 1881 in
valid as certificates to teach in Nebraska
although the statutes expressly author
izes the board to grant such diplomas
which had always been recognized by all
authorities aa life certificates; thus he
took occasion to dishonor these
Third. Ever since his connection with
the normal school board he has used
that position as a means of furthering
his own political schemes in every pos
sible way. The interests of this school
devoted to the preparation of teachers
for the common schools, have been en
tirely neglected by this superintendent
of ours. Let's put a man in that office.
Vote for W. R. Jackson.
Send to Lewis E. Walker, Benkelman.
Neb., 25c for the newest and catchiest
song, just out, entitled "That Cute Lit
tle Black-Eyed Baby." It will drive
away that tired feeling. 27
Three Die of Their Injuries.
Danville, Pa, Oct 12. Three ad
ditional deaths, miking five in all,
have resulted from the boiler explo
sion In the Montour rolling milL It
is likely that three others who were
terribly scalded by steam will not re-
cover, in an, aoout nrty persons
were mere or less seriously hurt.
BRYAN AFTER TEUSTS
HYPOCRISY OF THOSE WHO
PROFESS TO FEAR LAWS-
HcKlnlay U SUeat The Bepeblleaa
Candidate Hu Hot Word to Say
Agalaat taw Truu, for They Owa
Mr. Bryan and Major McKinley are
makln speeches daily to crowds of
people. Mr. Bryan discusses every is
sue involved in the campaign In the
most direct and unequivocal manner.
He does not quibble and he evades
nothing. He Is especially outspoken in
opposition to and in denunciation ot
the trusts, syndicates and combina
tions formed to throttle legitimate
business and exact unreasonable profits
from the people.
Major McKinley, on the other hand.
deals largely in generalities and mean
ingless platitudes, and seems all the
lime to be trying to talk without say
ing anything. He uses rds chiefly
to conceal hia ideas, if, ii ;ed, he has
Ideas. He Is direct and explicit in
nothing. He is especially silent and
evasive on tha subject of trusts, syndi
cates and combinations, and doesn't
even seem to know that such things
exist His silence in regard to them
can mean nothing else than his en
dorsement of them, if not, indeed, their
absolute ownership of him. If McKin
ley should be elected, every trust and
syndicate and ring and combination in
restraint of trade in all the land could
go to Washington and demand of him
Its compensation for electing him
In additional privileges and profits at
the expense of the people, and they
would not be Blow in going, either.
In striking contrast to this position
of entire subserviency to those special
Interests that need the strong curb of
the law was Mr. Bryan's severe de
nunciation of the trusts in his recent
speech in Tammany hall. Mr. Bryan
began his remarks with a reference
to the charge recently made in a speech
by ex-President Harrison that the
democratic national platform is a men
ace to the government, and follows
that with his denunciation of the
trusts. He said:
"My friends, I call your attention to
the fact that ex-President Harrison as
serts that our platform places the gov
ernment In danger. If that were true,
we might well turn from the discussion
of any other s question to consider
wherein it menaces the continuation of
constitutional government, and there is
nothing in the Chicago platform that
menaces constitutional government.
There is nothing in the Chicago plat
form that would make the executive
of the United States feeble in enforc
ing all the laws of the nation or feeble
in defending the constitution of the
nation; and there is nothing in that
platform that assails the integrity or
questions the honesty o the supreme
court of the United States or of any
one state. (Applause.)
"I challenge you to read that plat
form and find in that platform a single
sentence that justifies the language
used by the ex-president.
"Our criticism of the supreme court
Is not as severe as 'the criticism and
the platform upon which Abraham Lin
coin waa elected in 1860. The language
that I have used in regard to the su
preme court has not been as severe as
the language used by Abraham Lin
coln both before his election and aftet
his election to the presidency. (Ap
plause.) There is nothing in our plat
form concerning the invasion of the
state by federal troops; that appears
In force and is emphasized in the plat
form of 1860 upon which Mr. Lincoln
was elected. There is nothing that has
been said in the platform or by its can
didate that justifies the charge that the
democratic party is assailing constitu
tional government or interfering with
the preservation of law and order. (Ap
plause.) "Who is it that Is so afraid that law
will not be enforced? (Cries of 'Hanna!'
'Hanna!' and applause.) Those who
are most fearful that there will be a
lax enforcement of the law are the
very persons who would suffer most ii
the laws were enforced. (Applause.)
"Those persons who are afraid that
law will be violated with impunity art
the ones who have violated the law
1 "If Mr. Harrison wants to raise the
question of the survival of our institu
tions, I will tell him that the great
trusts of this country that are support
ing the republican ticket are the great
est menace to our government
"The trusts of this country, with
their representatives, are collecting
tribute from the people, and when we
protest against it they call us disturb
ers of the peace and anarchists. (Ap
plause.) "I am opposed to trusts. (Applause.)
As an executive I shall use what power
I have to drive every trust out of ex
istence. (Tremendous applause.)
"If present laws are not sufficient to
meet this evil, I, if elected, will recom
mend such laws as will. (Applause.)
"If the constitution of the United
States is so construed aa to prevent
any interference with the operations of
the trust, I shall recommend such
amendment to the constitution as will
permit the punishment of these men.
"My friends, "there is a great contest
In this country, which must be settled,
and that ia whether a few men, banded
together, are more powerful than all
"And while, I do not wish to array
class against class, I am willing to
array all the people who will suffer
from the operations of these trusts
?Jnst the few people who operate
a . aa a 1 . V
Bank Wracked by Rob bora.
Bbaihard, Neb., Oct 12. The Brat
nard bank was practically demolished
by burglara last night, who attacked
the safe with dynamite. Cashier
Smith engaged In a battle with the
burglara and drove them away. No
money waa lost bnt the safe and
wilding are wrecked.
aoy to Tako
aoy to Operate
Are features peculiar to Hood's Fills. Small In
size, tasteless, efficient thorough. As one man
said: " Ton never know you
have taken a plU till it ia all
over." 25c. C. I. Hood & Co.,
Proprietors, Lowell, Mass.
The only plus to take with Hood's Sariaparula.
OIL D. W. HAITI'S '
ASTHMA GURE FREE.
A dollar bottle and practical TiaatlMsa Asthma sad
Hay Fever sent Fro toany aataatatk who will pay
axpreiMga. DB.B.W. Ham, Papa. M, Ctartanatf,
It la Jmec WonderfU
The time the Union Padfio "Overlaid"
r ast mail No. 8 makes to Ogdea, Salt
Lake, Butte, Helena, Portland, Seattle'
"lan Francisco and Los Angeles. This
Daily Meteob haa the finest equipment
wnsisting of Pullman Palace and Uphol
stered Touriat Sleepers, Free Reclining
Obair Cars, and Diner. For full informa
tion call on or address E. B. Slosaon.
foneral Agent, 1044 O St, or J. T. Haa
J. L, Stephens, Pres.
Harry E. Wilson, Sec
This school la giving Its student rood work
and la up-to-date. Instruction given In the fol
English, Penmen ship.
Send na tha names ot 12 yonna; oersons who
want to attend a bnalneaa college and we will
end 70D oar "Boslneee Student" tor one year.
Lincoln Business College,
II th&OSts., Lincoln.
Men whose adYertlaemanta appear In thla col
umn are thoroughly reliable, and oust nee en
treated to them wiU receive prompt and earefa)
CNERNET EAGER, Attorneyi-at-law, MM
o street, Lincoln. Men. Telephone aw.
L. STARK, Attorny-at-Law, Aurora, M
I ONQ k MATHBW. Attoonaje-at-Law, Loap
L, at. Nebraska.
VL H. B. LOWRT. HI North Utk Street, Lra
' eoln, Nebraska.
f H ARLES A. MUNN. Attorney-at-Law. Ord. Ha.
M . bA- MILLS, Altomar-at-Law Osceola, N
A. EDWARDS. Attornsr-at-Law. Orand la
land. Neb. Office over First Natl Bank.
WM. LEE8E, Lawyer, tl Soatk Blerenta
Street. Lincoln. Neb Will Dereonalhr attend
to all bnslnesa with care and promptness.
-South Uth street :
a Attorney -At-Law, S3t
seals, Nab, Ex-Jndge
Fifth District. Baslnest gives prompt attention
uirouguoBi mm aiaie.
R. J. 11, LOCAS. Dentist, Brace Block. Lin
BBANP 11IPLEMENT CO., Bohanaa Block,
Macbinea shipped to all pane of the atate.
T. H. SWIG ART. Mutual Firs and Cyclone
Insurance, Lincoln, Neb. Airtnts wanted. -
WANTED, persona to accept, gratis. In Tlew
oi lutnre orders: robber stain d of their own
name lor making clothing, books, e'e Wriie
plainly and enclose loor postage stamps to de
fray mailing, packing, etc. H. P. Mavnard, 16
Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio; Agents wanted for
robber stamps, rnbber type, pads, datera, white
letter signs, "Bottled Electricity," for catarrh
and pain, electric beita, etc Write for agents'
1X0. 8. KIBKPATB1CK,
Attorney and Solicitor.
Boom 3S and M Richards Block, Lincoln Nab.
Connael for Nebraaka Law A CoUectlaa Company
advantage to ,
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east Thno 1 B
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117 So. 10th St., LINCOLN. NEB.
Itreedere of fine stock can fled no better
advertising medium than thia paper.
A aix roontha aeholarahip in a tint
clang bnaineaa college. Cheap forjnst'
A1 dress Scholarship, care of Nebra
Isdepesbkxt. Lincoln, Nebraska, f
Thia ia a good opportunity for any
one deBirini? to attend a buaineaa college.
Publishes of Thk Independent.
GREAT ROOT ISLAND EQTJTE. '
Send 12 centa in atampa to John Se
baatian, Gen'l Paaa. Agent C, K. I; k P.
R'y, Chicago, for the aftckeHt pack of
playing card yon ever bandied, and on
receipt of each remittance for one or
more packa they will be aent you poet
X Orders containing 60 centa in atampa
or poatal note for aame amount will se
cure five packa by express, charges paid,
Attorney at Law, Linooln, lab.
Notice la hereby jlTen, that by Ttrtoe of aa
order of aale Issued br tbe clerk of thedtatrkt
eoort of the Third Judicial district of ltebraakacfr
within and for Lancaster eoantr. in aa aetloaV
wherein the Woonaucket Inntltotiun for aaelam
It plaintiff. nd Flora E. Grime et at..defsadaat
I will at S o'clock p. m. on tbe 18th day
October, a, D. 1896. at th east door of tse
tonrt bonne, la tbe city of Lincoln, Lancaster
conoiv, Nebraska, offer fur aale at pabllcascttoa
the following described real estate to-wlt:
Lota one 't), two (2), three () and four (4), la
Lincoln La-d Compan,v'a sobdivlaioa of lots on
(1) and two 12), In block ou hundred and four
1104). in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster connty.
Olren nnder my hand th day of BeptemDer.
A. !., 1W JOHM IXUMrKN.
LAMB ADAIf 8
Attorney! at Law. Lineola. Feb
Tbe rboenli Mutual Life Ineuxanea Company,
Hector McLean. Z. C. Honse and C. Oaks, de
fendants will take notice thwt on the llih day of
July 1896. Cole Brother, tbe plaintiff herein
aieiLttieir petition la tbe district court of Lan
caster county. Nebraska against the said. do.
fendants, the ol:t and prayer of whWh is to
foreclose a certain moriRMKe executed by Wil
liam J. Cooper and Eliza J, Cooper hi wife, to
the plaintiffs Cole Brother, upon lot 9 In bio k
87 In Lincoln, Nebraska, to secu re the payment
of two certain promissory notes dated Novem
ber 1st lsso, each for the aoin of$800dne ano
pavable, one in eiarhteen months and the other
In two yearn from tne date thereof, with Interest
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum.
That then Is now dns upon said note and
mortarace the snm of $2 875, for which sum wit
interest Irora this date plaintiff prays for a
wee that the detendants be required to pay t
aame, or that snid premises may be sold to aa
Isfr the amount fonnd due.
You are required to answer said petition on ot
oeiore tne lutn oay or JMovmDer. isae. ,
By Lamb Adama, Plaintiff's Atrye.
Dated October 6th, 18US. 21 4t
MOOKETT & POLK-
Attorneys, Lincoln, Nebraska,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF LANCASTER
COUNTY, NEBRASKA. I
William Macon, Plaintiff, va. Nimrod B. Holt
Tbe defendants, Nimrod B. Holt and
Lewis, first and real name unknown, will take
notice that on the 18th. day of Auvust, 1S9.
William Macon, plaintiff, filed a petition In th
diatrlct court of Lancaster county, Nebraaka,
against Nimrod B, Holt, Little 8. Thackera,
Mary D. Thackera Lewis, first and real
name unknown, B. R. Gwlnn, first and real name
unknown, tbe object nnd prayer of which are to
foreclose a certain mortgage executed by the de
fendant, Nimrod B. Holt to the Lombard Invest
ment Co., and duly assigned by the Lombard
Investment Co , to this plaintiff npon lot on.
(1), of Gould' subdivision of lot fly, (5), In the
aonthweat quarter, IS. W. V,) of section thirty
Ix. (36), township ten (10), north of range six.
(6), In tbe county of Lancaster and state of Ne
braska to secure the payment of one promissory
note, dated September 26, 1890 In the sum of
even nnnared nrty (750.00l and one coupon not
of same date in tbe su m of twenty-two 60-100 (922-,
GO) the principal note payable and due five year
after date and the coupon note became due and
payable April lxt, 18!)5, eai-n drawing 10 per cent
interest from time one. That there I now due
and payable on snld notes and mortgages the
sum of eight hundred flfty fonr 21-100 ($854.-
zi), ana piaintm prays toia decree ot foreclosure
and sale of said premises.
You are required to answer aald petition on or
before the ltb day of November, 1896.
Dated Lincoln, Nebraska, October 6, 1896,
21 By Mockett ft Polk, hia Attys.
Wm. Leese Attorney at Law.
SHERIFF SALE. ,
Notice la hereby given that by vlrture of an
order of sale lasned by the clerk of the district
court of the third judicial dlstr let of Nebraska,
within and for Lancaster county In an action
wherein the Building and Loan Association of
Dakota I plaintiff, and Kurt H. Will, et al de
fendants. I will at 2 o'clock p. hi. on the 10th
day of November A. D. 1896 at the east door of
the court honse in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster
county. Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction
tbe following described real estate to-wlt: Lot
number twenty (20), W. W. Holme second sub
division, located on part of the northenstfquar-
ici ui tin BouiuectBl qif,rur oi seciion mirvv- i
flv (36) township ten (10) north, range , 6 J
east of tbe 6th P. M. In Lancaster countyTWt'
umnsa. ar ' V
Given under my hand this 7th day of Ocb&V vl
A. D. 1S98. , JOHN i, TUOMPEN, l
Farm to Bent
A well improved farm in Seward
county to rent for next year. One-half
cash and part of crop. 80 acres.
J. Is. Komink,
Hotel Ideal, Lincoln, Neb.
LAMB A ADAM S
Attorney! at Law, Linooln. Nab
Th Vermont Marbel Co moan v. and the Pome
roy Coal Tompany. Non-resident defendant, will
take notice that on the 17th day of August. 1896,
Mary Smith Colib tbe plaintiff herein filed her
petition in the district court of Lancaster county,
Nebraska, against James F. Sheeny and Mar
garet Sheehy, the Vermonl Marble Company, and
th Pomeroy Coal Company, tbe obiect and
prav er ot which are to foreclose a certain mort
gage executed by the said Jamee F, Shaehy and
Mariraret aueeny io piaintm, men Mary A.
(Smith, and now Mary Smith Cobb, to seenra th
payment of a promissory note, dated November
in, I8u, tor tne snm ot thirteen hundred and
twenty dollar 1 81.820. 1 due and navabla on th
1st day of Decemner, 1896, covering I be following;
described property: Lot No. 12 In blo k No. 2 la
Spencer's Addition to Liocoln, Nebraaka, In the
northwest, quarter of the northwest quarter of
tbe northeast qnarterof section 2& town 10 north
range 6 east in Lancaster county, Nebraaka.
That there Is now due on the aald note and
mortgage tbe sum of $1,071 40, lor which sum,
with 10 per cent Intercut from tbe 17tb day of
AuirUHt, 1898. the nlnlntlff oravs for a doem nf
foreclosure and that tbe defendant be required
u pn.r i us eaine, or tor sniu premise to De sola
to satlsf th amonnt now due.
ion are required to answer said petition on o
ueiure mi zng oi novemtier, isimj.
MARY SMITH COBB,
20 By Lamb ft Adama. her Attornsva.
H. D. RHEA,
Offioa 3d Floor, Browftoll Block,
Telephone 10. X.UTOQX.V, XtT
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