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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1895)
QUAKER CITY DUNCrONS.
Valla Whir Ara Irilr4 Mar
thmm Tkra Mtrt 1 ara H4.
An 14 Englinb lnitn aa brought
to Usht ymterday by ilia li-ailn Aavm
f a building In lha r"ar of plckl. fac
tory on 8(rui- atrwt, lu lu t-cond.
Ths bullJiniE t IhoiiKlit to luve Na
nor than thro huinlit-.l yrar old.
Emr brick In It brminht from
England, and th building aa one.
tha prlda of th Unix colony that Hted
thara, aa.va tha I'liiia.l. lphia lYta. It
was originally. It U a.ud. tha court
fcoust of tha atHllvmrut, uiitl tnilrneath
tha ground vera those liuiigmuR, or
ella, In ahii h prlRnr t-r kppC It
la auppoaad that tha cell t uh1 aa
temporary place of ronnwmtnt and
Bot for prlaonara aw ting long terma,
touch tha aame aa tha "lo kupa" or sta-tlon-hcisrs
cf to-day. Tha workiuaa
who ara tearing down tha building any
that It la t!.e touitheht Job thfy aver
undertook. Tha bricks nick together
aa though a aolld stone, and It la only
after long prying with a bur tbnt they
axa aHaratad. Tha bricks themselves
ara aa aolld aa Id tha din a of old. and
will be uaed again in another building.
Tha old prlron or courlhout-e was in tha
neighborhood well known to be tha old
eat in tha city. Other big bulldinga
hemmed It around until It ana hidden
entirely from Right from tha street.
It was a three-story structure, about SO
feet by CO feet in Ue. Tha flrt floor
waa originally uaed for court purposes,
but Intr hd been turned Into a dwell
ing. For fifteen years it him not been
used at all. Leading downstairs to tha
cellar waa a flight of broad atepa. Tha
cellar Knell during the ycara thnt have
passed and gone hud become half-filled
with dirt In fact, nobody knew ot the
existence of the dungeon that now ses
the light of day after three centuries.
Tha dungeons so fnr discovered are
three In number. Two are about ten
(eet square and the other extends twen
ty feet toward the street and is about
ten feet wide. All ara half-filled with
debris, but are deep enough for a man
to stand erect in. The roof is vaulted,
and In the top of each is a bole, which
may have been a breathing place or a
place through which to let down food
to the prisoners. Near the cells is a
big chimney-place fully eight feet wide,
In which were found a handful of coins
bearing the date of 1627 and some of a
much more recent date. The old house
has been burned out Beveral times, but
the walls were never dumnged much.
Tha whole neighborhood is an Interest
ing one. The building adjoluiug the one
torn down has a fourth floor which is
Is wlndowlfps. Instead of the usual
windows it has portholes Blaming
downward, from which "in days of old,
when knights were bold," mon probably
picked off Indians or enemies of some
A Vlraa Farm.
Agriculture being for the most part
a rural occupation, it seems rather i
anomalous that a city board of health
should have a farm, says a writer In
Harper's Weekly. It is still no'
surprising to learn that this farm 9'
located in the depths of the metropolis
where land is measured by feet instead
of acres, nut this particular farm does
not consist ot land. Its surface, as
Tntght be expected of a city farm, is
upper story of the buUd.ng at that', f' ! "VSS It'll
Its entire area Is comprised within
tour not very expansive walls. In fc u,ned tbat ne wouW
hort to casual observation, this para-,clU u down tQ M Rnd one.half
loMdl farm seems to be merely a long hourg for each WMk thftt ed HIU
narrow room, chiefly occupied by a he ha(, reduped h,8 nuM ot 8lecplng
row of stalls in wh.cn a doten cows hourg t0 wh,ch nfl claImed wa,
are very comfortably stanchioned An ftU tnat wag needed by any one. The
unimaginative visitor might be dls- tlme W(jnt by and the old fellow hail
pobtd to deny that this Is a farm at all. kept t0 nlg ru,9 Jald down and flnaily
Ncverlhele9a It merits the title: for reached the two-hour time. He went
fecre, despite the denrth ot land, a aiong for severai weeks sleeping but
very unusual soil Is cultivated, and a tw0 nours daliy devoting the time
very peculiar crop is produced. The Rained n readlng and advocating his
crop, though a valuable and abundant dea while there was a noticeable de
one, can neither be weighed nor meaj-' crease n9 weight, he seemed to stand
ured. The "soil" is a small place on jt very weli
the bnck of each of the cows. j Then he b'cgaa to further talk of re-
The person who conducts this unique duclng the timei and when enthuslas
establlshment has taken a degree at a tic talkel of the polblllty of cie doing
medical college, from which It may be without sleep entirely. He set type
correctly Inferred that thli particular and was an old hand on the paper. One
kind of farmer requires no little skill morning, about three weeks after he
Yet the processes Involved are seeming- had reached his low sleeping mark, the
ly rather simple. The hair having been' compositor at the case next to him no
shaved from the sides of a cow's rump,1 ticed that the old man had dropped his
the operator proceeds to scarify four head upon his arms that were folded
epaoes, each about two Inches square, over the case. It was near quitting
on the shaved aieaa. and to rub these time. All the forms were up and the
abraded surfaces with an Implement old chap was not disturbed. He had
which looks like a small bone paper-' gone to sleep. The office was soon
cutter, but which Is very appropriately deserted with the exception of the
termed a spade. This accomplished, Janitor and the sleeper. The Janitor
the first stage of agriculture the sow-j was Instructed not to bother him. The
Ing -is complete: for the "spade" has next day when the first men arrived
conveyed to the soil the "seed" from he was still sleeping as they bad left
which the unique crop Is to develop.! him and snoring so hard that he Jarred
Speaking unagrlculturally the cow has ' the tpye In the case on which he rested,
been vaccinated. ISome one told his wife where he was
Nothing more Is required on th
part of the operator for something over!
a week, when. If all has gone well, an
abundant exudate of clear lymph will
be found on the abraded surfaces. This .
lymph Is pure vaccine virus, and II
constitutes the mature crop of this
virus farm. When it has been removed
by touching its surface with goose
quills especially prepared for the pur
pose the harvest Is over. Sometimes at
many as twelve hundred quills are
thus charged with virus from the back
of a single heifer. Each ot these is sub
sequently cut Into four pieces, known
as "vaccination points." So the cow
who has loaned her back for this use
ful service might reflect, were she given
to such divertisement, that she has he
come the benefactor ot some thousand
of children, who, through her media
tion and (hat of the vaccinating corpi
ot the board of health will be given
Immunity from small pox. She might
moralize, also, as she walks out of ths
farm door, and down the inclined plans
that leads back to the abattoir from
which was borrowed for the occasion,
n the ingratitude of mankind in fail
ing to pension her for life In a pasture
after bo signal a sei vice but fortu
nately cows are not given to moralii-if.
ON A MODERN CRUISER.
Tha Ot4-Ttma Sailor Objn-ta la tfca
Strfalallaaa mt (ha I'rnrat.
Curiously enough. the til 1 nhellbackt
la the uaiy ara down on tha S ddiers
Home. They don't want a "mug har
bor." They lnltt upon t:;iing upon
a cruising man-of-war, a ti l hen they
die they want to lie burlrj t . Hut
the officers aay lhat the old sea dogs
are very troiil.k'it.mie on a modern
cruliMT. where ever)thlng la different
from what they were accustomed to
hen they learned their trade. They
object to the new-fangled equipment
and the Improvements and conven
iences that have been Introduced on
modern vessels. They object to sitting
down at a table and eating their meals
off rhlna plates, with knives and forks,
like civilised people, luntead of taking
their rations In little wooden tubs and
squatting down on their haunches in
the shelter of the le gunwale while
they cut up their "salt horse" with a
jack knife. They object to scrubbing
the decks with a new-fangled rublier
arrangement Instead of the old holy
stone, and refime to obey electric sig
nals because they have been accus
tomed to hear the officers yell at them
from tha bridge or the quarter deck.
Nowadays the galleys on board men-of-war
are capable of cooking fresh bread
for the sailors every day, which !a
a serious grievance to the old-faxhloned
"Jackie," who prefers bard tsck to
raised biscuits and rolls. A large sup
ply of frenh meats is now carried in
the patent refrigerators on board all
the ships, and served to the sailors,
alternating with salt beef and pork, at
least once day. This Is emphatically
objected to by the veterans as an
effeminate departure from the rations
they received when they were appren
ticed in historic times. The sailors of
a vessnl that was recently In Monte
video and Buenos Ayres were served
with tenderloin steaks for several
weeks because fresh meat was found
to be cheaper than salt pork
down in that great cattle
country, but after about a week a com
mittee from the forecastle waited upon
the captain and said they desired to
make complaint about their grub. lie
was much surprised at the suggestion,
because he supposed they were being
unusually well fed, and remarked that
they were receiving the same supplies
that were furnished himself and the
officers in the ward room. They ad
mitted that this might be true, and
added that it was exactly what they
were "kicking" about. The boys didn't
like tenderloin steaks; (Tiey "wanted
something they could chaw on."
Tha Man Who Tried II and tha Way
Colonel Henry Wattcrson, who is at
present lecturing In the larger cities,
i : .. . ... v
ie"8 BU" ' utn" u,u ""'"f .
ltfo had Kven "P lo hard .worlc
Bnd tn Uowtng of eccentric ideas.
one of which wa that the human race
slept too much. He had severa heorles
t0. vance ,n support of his Idea, one
of them .was t0 l down th u"
numb" f BlflpPlng bmbJ dl,at,n
and finally arrive st a state where, by
practice, one would be satisfied with a
much smaller amount of sleep than one
in his theory he began to practice the
haw Man na Flli-a 1 fa liaimllV filent
and she concluded to let him sleep
He slept In that position for twenty
hours. Then they carried him to a
bed at home, still steeping. He slept
for thirty-two hours, and when he
woke up he had forgotten how to set
type and had to learn to read again,
although his memory was good In other
respects. Colonel watterson uses the
story as a simile for a political sltua
tion, which he enlarges upon only la
Double Doaa of Lock.
Patrick F. Benson, an Oakland, Cat
lawyer, has Just received information
confirming the recent news that he Is
heir to a vast estate In England. Since
the first notification was received by
him on April 10 another of his titled
relatives has died, leaving him a fourth
Interest in an $8,000,000 estate. Six
weeks ego Mr. Bcnscn rccslvcd news
of the death of his granduncle, Sir John
Dowles, of Scotland, who left him an
Interest in an estate valued at (870.000.
His attorney has now received news
confirming the death of his granduncle.
Sir Andrew Dowles, or Jamaica, Brltlsn
West Indies, who leaves him a quarter
Interest in his estate valued at fs.ow,.
The naw woman Is a failure in one
particular: it takes Just aa muoh money
to support her as tt takes ta support aa
ASK 10 U
lloMtrd'H Colic, Cholera and
Nkw Om.Baaa. Juna IX IXM -tor ti flora
year I baa aulf-rvd with a drradf ul dlm-aaa
-Chronic IH.rrh.ra. 1 Ultnl a rrnl Many
rron-Uica. hut found ao ivllcf. iloaard
Colic. Cholera and Mtarrtiipa K-u.cly waa
rwoniiuendi-d Ui mc by a traveling man. nod
u ny trrat aatlof wtlon It rurd we, and I
aui never allliout It In a.y bouw.
Addraa: HOWARD VKHK INK tX,
l-QU PL Mary' Ave.. Omaha. Neb
A .Novel Scheme.
Grveo Hay A. 1. A.'a are determined
to mak the residents of tt at I(uu!o
rulud city familiar with the rabullatio
letter of the ataociatian. Oa the rido
wulks of aeveial tn-'U lea ling to their
hall they Lave ainttd faatiuiilcs of
footprint, in the center of which are
the !ar!o letters A. P. A. In every
ease ihu Uo of the footprints points in
the-direction of the place of moetloif,
and by following tho tilcnt guides
the stranger can find the hall without
trouble. Our Groeo Day fi lends are to
be congratulated on their alumina and
v a t e rpr 1 e. M if h Ujn n 'a f rift.
"Where Shall I Spend the Summer!"
Our tourist pamphlet will help you
solve the problem. We have one about
Hot Spring, S. I)., anotner about the
Ulack Ullls, a third about the Yellow
stone Park, a fourth about Kites Park,
Which do you want? They're all
free. J. FRANCIS,
G. P. & T. A., Burlington
ltoute, Omaha, Neb.
Northern Wyoming holds out very
special Inducements to the summer va
cationist, particularly if he be of a
sporting turn of mind. It's streams
toem with the gamiest, greediest trout
that ever rose to a fly. Four-pounder
are not Infrequent, and several fish
weighing over six pounds have been
brought to bank.
The fishing waters are so extensive
and so accessible that it is really not
even nucessaiy to go to the trouble of
making preliminary enquiries about
them. Just purchase a round-trip
ticket to Sheridan, and place yourself
after arrival in the h at d of one of the
numerous capable guides who make
their headquarters there during the
fishing season. "He will do the rest."
G. P. & T. A., Burlington
Route, Omaha, Neb.
Rubber Led by a Woman.
Last week three masked robbers held
op and robbed a storekeeper at Rome,
Mo. They were well mounted and
heavily armed. Sheriff Hancock sum
moned a posse and pursued the trio
over the mountains Into Arkansas, and
last Sunday night overtook and cap
tured them at Lead Hill. Ark. The
discovery was made that the leader
of the gang was a woman, attired in
man's clothing. Her name is Lydla
Brlston, and Bhe was formerly a well-
known character in Springfield, Mo.
Her companions were Ben Trott, an ex
convlct, and John Brlston, brother ot
the woman. They were riding stolen
horses when captured, and it is said
there is an organized band of despera
does operating under the leadership of
the Brlston woman.
Jewel on Tree.
Among the curiosities of tropical
plant life are the pearls found occasion
ally in the cocoanut palm of the Phil
ippine islands pearls which, like those
of the ocean, are composed of carbonate
of lime. The bamboo, too, yields an
other precious product in the shape of
tree opals, which are found in its
Joints. The natives of the Celebes
use these vegetable opals as amulet?
and charms agtnst disease.
ItlKReat I'ollry In Exhuenre.
Probably the largest fire Insurance
policy In existence or ever written le
that covering the property of the Santa
Fe Railway company. It was issued
by the Phoenix Fire, of London, Eng
land, Is in amount $17,000,000, and
takes a premium of $170,000 to carry.
J Errors of Youth.
JetTons Debility, YoatHlnI
Ft Indiscretions. Lost lanliool
BE YOUR OWN PHYSICIAN.
Mtnv men. from th rfftfta of Touthtut Impru
dence, have bruuicltt about a ttal of weakueu
thal haa rrduceU the general avalent ao much aa to
indw ahnort every other diaeaae; and the real
eute)rf the trouble oarrrly ever being auanected.
they are doetowi for verythin(i but the right one.
During our extensive collet ami tuwpital practice
w have discovered new and concentrated rt-me-dtea.
The W!Cornpaiivirt preemption it offered
a riKTAIN AM Vl-RKI'Y CI Rft, huTidreda of
eajea having been rent.-rvd to perfect health by iti
uae after all' other renedie failed. Perfectly pure
tnirmlienu muit be uaed in Uit preptuauou of thii
R Krrthroxylon coo. 1 drachm.
Jerubehin. f drachm.
Heloniaa Dtoica. t drachm,
tseltemin. tt trains. .....
Eit mati amara falcr-"t 1 fralna.
Ext lepiandra. It scruple.
Glycerine, q. a.
Make 60 pill. Take 1 pill at 8 pH , and another
on oin(t to bed. This remedy is adavted to erery
weakness to either sea, antf epec,aliy in those
cases resulting from imprudence. The recuperative
powers of this restorative are astoniahing. and ile
aw eonnnuea lor a iiwniLnwuiaiinM ,
debilitated, nerve less condtttoc to w sarewed
life and vigor.
To those who would prefVr to obtam It of m. by
remitting $1, a sealed package oontaing pills,
carefully compounded, s ill be sent by mail from
or private laboratory, or we will furnish pack
ages, which will cure moat cases, for AU mars
J NEW ENGLAND MEDICAL INSTITUTE, J
I 12 Trsmont RowBotton, Mas. 1
A7ANTKD A buyer for a splendid Smith
VV Premier Tvnewriter. Cost 1116.00. and
practically Is a new macnine now. win seu
For $75.00 In cash, and at this prio It Is ft bar
gain. Or will exchange for a first class
Kodak. Full particulars for a 2 cent stamp
First come, firs-a, rved. R)(y , w GlyA H
Box 15. Ouster City, B.D
, sa ;wiwf(C
tnff aad a
Bra art made tlir aamr 1 Ti-tli r nra.-i.-J
willioul paio. OR. WlTHtRS. Oani,t fuurtb
B.ir. tfruan li 1 k .. laia A laiusliu. wim. t
ToKdmundT A lira and Mra. Allen, first
and name unkniian. bl. wt'f.
1'lvaM-lakr iiiti- that oo tha 241b daf of
Mar. I t. niuiam u. Mui.Ui-r. puintin
hcr ln, Bled hi. i-illlon In tlie d'.trli l i-uurt.
iMuitlaa c Mint r. Nrbra.ka. aicaln.t Kduiund
T. Allcu, M rm Ali'U. ari and mil mni un
knoaa. Ill alfe. John T KoicrH. r'ratu'rt
U 'Ki-rx. lit. wife. Mutual lun liuTit inr--
Runy. Umiiha. Nt'lra.aa. and Omaha II.-It
allwajr tVuipaojr. ilia ulijct and prayer of
hich are to fiirwI.NHi a rerlaio uiottnage
eiwutrd hj the dt-fi-ndanlo John T. It. ni'-rn
and Kranrea lliiicern, bl. if.-. to tha Mutual
InXKtnifiit I'un p'tiy. al il hy it aiMlxned Ui
the plaint l fT. upon trie fullowInK di ncrllwd
rral rtal. ultuat' d IbJOounl a county. Nh
hraka. loall: Tie a4iuth one-half of the
weft nerrn and bn-hf) I? M-lo i tu-m of the
south elKliKH-o a l S-liu (lit B-Iiiii a.T
of the mm III tiiie-half of the mrtht
iiirl-r of aecilon 2H, t'iwnsh!p U. ramie
1.1 eaat of the .l1li principal merldUn,
whlrli nam real eatate In more urnultely
deM-rllifd aa follow!: Coiiinii'nclnic at a
poliil Ihlrty-llirtw (.tli f. rt eiuit of tliu wiuli
t rorncrof the northamt nuartir of aw
lion townrt.lp IV ranve IJ. thfiu'e wewt I4K
1-10 fe"t, tht-nreenat l.l il fi-et parallel Ui the
one-half aeirllon line. thrn-e noiilh HH l-IO
f i t to the one-tiulf aei'tlou line, tlu-nce wi-xt
1. 1 il fett.ald niori)iite waaxiven Ui secure
the payment of one certain promissory note
dul-il August lull. l-!i. fur the lum of
twenty-live hundred dollars 'mill dollars,
and thei-e ha lieen a default In the payment
of interest, aud there la now due thereon the
sum of t wenty-live hundred ;".."mi dollars,
with ltiter-t at the rate of sereu ?i per cent,
per annum from Murrli lu lv.14, and Interest
on one coupon of as? .VI from rieptemlier 1st,
l-'U, at the rule ot Id per cent per annum, to
icclher with the sum of tit' 1H taxes paid tiy
the plaintiff upon said rest estate, with In-ti-ri
st on said sum from May L';inl, If.ii. at the
rate of 7 per cent, per annum; said taxea ao
paid by the pliklutllf belli the rlty taxes fur
the years li-MI and lsiX. and the state and
con my taxea for ls'.H. rlalntllT prays for a
decree that the defendants may lie required
to pay the same or that said premises o.ay
be sold to satisfy the amount found due ana
that the defendant and each of them may
be harred and foreclosed from any rinlit,
title or Interest therein.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the U!ih day of AuKUst, lsDJ.
July .hi. 1HW.
WILLIAM O. SAUNDERS. Plaintiff
By Saunders, Mucfarluud li Dickey, Ills at
Notice to Xoti'Kesidfiit DtTeuduut.
To Joshua Btowman and Mrs. - Ctowman,
first and real nan e unknown, bis wife:
Please take notice that on the 5ih day of
July, lMCi, I'll 1 II p L. Johnson, plaintiff herein
Hied his petition In the District court of
Douglas county, Nebraska, aitnlnst Joshua
Stowuiau and Mrs. Huiwnian, Urst and real
name unknown, tils wife, the object and
prayer of which are to foreclose a certain
tax certllicate dated November 1Mb. 18!H.
and roverlnn lot IT, blix-k l.VI. In the town of
Florence, Douglas county, Nebraska; that
there la now due upon said certllicate the
sum of $1(1.(10, for which sum, with Interest
and all costs, plaiutllf prays for a decree
lhat the defendant l e required to pay the
aame. or that aald premises may be sold to
satisfy the an ount found due.
You are required to answer laid petition
on or before the 2tlth day of August, lsyj.
Dated July Iti'h. 1S1I5.
PH I LI P U JOHNSON, Plaintiff.
By Saunders, Macfurland Si Dickey, his at
Special Master CtiinmiNsioiier's Sale.
Underand by virtue of ar. order of sale on
decree of foreclosure of iiiiirtvuge lurd out
of the district court for Doujtlas county, Ne
braska, and to me directed. I will, on the Vit
day of August, A. I). 1NH5, at 10 o'clock A. M.
of said day. at the north front door of the
county co irt bouse. In the city of Omaha,
Douglas county. Nebraska, sell at public,
auction to the highest blilder for cash, the
property described In said order of sale as
Lot Seven (7) In block fourteen (14) In Oma
ha View, an addition to the city of Omaha.
Uiouglas county, Nebraska, to be appraised.
advertised anu sold as toiiows, 1.0-wn: ine
west one-half of said lot seven (7) In block
fourteen (14) In Omaha View above described;
said property to be sold to satisfy Nebraska
Loan and Building Association plaintiff
herein, the sum o One Hundred Klgbty-sev-en
and 30-100 ($17 30) dollar- with Interest
thereon at rate of elghl (8) per cent per
annum from February alh. ISIU;
To satisfy Nebraska Loan and Building
Association, plaintiff herein the further
sum of Three Hundred Seventy-three and
i;i-l(iO (ti..) 1.1) Hollars with interest t Hereon
at rate of eight (8) per cent per annum from
February 5th, 18H.Y
The east h If of said lot seven (7) In block
fourteen (14) InOmai a View above described:
To satisfy such sum If anv as may remain
unsattstlsd otsald sum of S1S7.30 with inter
est thereon at eight () per cent per annum
from February fith. 1X'..", above described af
ter the application of the proceeds of sale of
west hxlf of said lot seven (7) as herein above
To satisfy Nebraska Loan and Building
Association, plaintiff herein, the sum of One
Hundred Klgnty-seven ana iiu-iou istfi 30)
Dollars with Interest thereon at rate of
eight (HI per cent per annum from February
To satlsry the sum or f orty ana is-100 (w. i)
Dollars costs herein, ton filler with accruing
costs according to a Judgment rendered by
the district co irt 01 said uouglas county, at
Its February term, A. D. 1I5, in a certain
action then and there pending, wherein Ne
brasko Loan and Building Association was
latntiff and Jessie t lsbell and others were
Omaha, Nebraska. July 11th. 1895.
GEO. W. PoYNTON,
Special Master Commissioner.
James W. Carr, Attorney.
Nebraska Loan and Building Association vs
essle F. Isbell, et al.
Doc. 48; No. 346. 7-12-5
Special Master Commlssloner'8 Sale.
finder and bv virtue of an order of sale on
decree of foreclosure of mortgage Issued out
of the district court for Douglas county, Ne
braska, and to me directed. 1 win. on tne
13th day of August, A. I). 18W, at ten o'clock
a. m. of said day. at the north frontdoor of
the c.iiintv court house. In the city of
Omaha, Douglas county. Nebraska, sell at
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash, the property described in said order of
sale as 101 lows, io-wii:
Lot twenty-six (2HI. In block fourteen (14) of
Orchard Hill, an addition to the city of Om
aha, Douglas county, Nebraska; said prop
erty to be sold to satisfy Jennie S. Scott the
sum of sixteen hundred, thirteen and 09-100
l$l,lil3.()B) Dollars with teo (10) per cent Inter
est per annum from May . 1895, and thirty
eight and 43 110 (SI8.43) Dollars cost. together
with accruing costs according to a Judgment
rendered by the district court of said Doug
las county, at its May term, A. D. 1895,
In a cei tain action then and there pending,
wherein Jennie B. pout was planum auu
Joseph D. Wampler.etal wered fondants.
Omaha, Nebraska, July Uth. I8-.15.
UKOKUK E. TURKINGTON,
Special Master Commissioner.
John W. Lytle. attoruey. 7-12-8
To Charles Powell and Mrs. Powell, first
and real name unanown, nis wire;
Vnu will nlease take notice that on the 3rd
dayof July, 18115, Walter E. Keeler. plaintiff
herein, niea nis petition in mo uisixiui. coun
nf Douiilas county. Nebraska, against
Charles Powell and Mrs Powell, first
and real name unknown, nis wire, me ouject
and prayei of which are to foreclose certain
tax certificates dated Novemcer 12th, 1892,
nit vwer1nir lnt 1. 2. 1 4 and 6. In block 3,
Cote Brllllante Addition to the city of
Omaha. Douglas county, Nebraska; that
there la now due. thereon, nnon said certifi
cate, and taxes paid thereunder, the sum of
55.00, for which sum, with Interest from this
date, plaintiff prays for a decree that the de
fendant may be required to pay the same,
or that said premises may be sold to satisfy
tha amount found due. and that the defend
ants be forever barred from claln lng any
Interest In the aforesaid real estate.
You are required to answer said petition
011 or before tne 1-1 n aay 01 August, iax.
Dated July 3rd, 1895.
WALTER E. KEELER. Plaintiff.
By Saunders, Macrarland & Dickey, His At
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