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trttS ' frfttifrfcSStONAL BEAUTY.
Ir T.ob at Oooil Looks I ritlful
" "How pho lina gono oft!" ta ttao fatal
verdict, mora dreaded by a Tashlonabla
bollo than nnj; other rntofortunc, for to
her It raoano the lose of everything
' that she moat ValUca not only the
eclat caul freshness of her beauty, but
tho prcstlgo hnd power which It ln-
' eurcs. Nothrng Is moro melancholy
than to 8Co' a woman, who haa beeh
-what la known aa a professional beauty
and who Uvea for society, gradually
lose her attraction, whllo nho keopa on
striving to retain, by obvious and pltl
jtul effortthat which waa once horB by
Divine rlgljt. Her admirers, whose
namo once waa legion, graduallly dwin
dle Into a few sccond-rato men or cal
low youths, who still feel flattered by
(he friendship of tho onco renowned
belle, whllo to retain oven such as
those she la obliged to make an effort,
to cheapen herself In a way, to strlvo
and flatter, to descend from her pedes
tal, and front a goddess to becomo
"A creature not too bright or good
For human nature's dally food,"
until Anally sho grows Into an object of
contemptuous pity to a younger genera
tion. "Poor old thing," they say, "she was
J very handsomo onco!" "What has hap
pened to her? Sho la not so vory old."
"'No, but sho haa 'gono off,' and tuero-
' fore out and her day Jb over."
Truly nothing seems left for tho poor
worldling to whom flattery and admira
tion have been the very breath of hor
Dostrlln and who feels that sho cannot
llvo without them. What a trite, worn
out little sermon might bo preached
about BUch life! Only a few years
ago tho poor thing was one of tho most
' brilliant stars In the social constel
lation. ' Men of fashion and position swarmed
nround her and were delighted when
Bbe condescended to accept their atten
tions; now they havo one and all desert-
1 ed hor for a newer and brighter lumi
nary. At social gatherings she has to
Insist upon her old friends speaking
o her: Bhe Is obliged to waylay them
and take possession of them, and haa
frequently to maneuver to get near
eomo particular man who will not
como to her. It 1b no uncommon thing
'for Biich a woman when she finds that
' tho stimulus of her existence la gono to
seek for something to supply tho abso-
luto need she feels for excltoment, and
physicians say that opium eating and
alcoholic excess are largely on tho In
crease among women of society,
"Favor is decoltful and beauty is
'vain," salth the preacher; but tho wom
an who looketh well to the ways of hor
household and those children arise up
"and call her blessed, her price is Indeed
-above rubles in this worldly age of
lltooci f nnrgnnrtlnn.
Lake Morat, ono of tho prettiest ot
tho many pretty lakes in Switzerland,
ta8 recently turned red and this re
vives the old legends about tho place.
ISvery four or five years for a century
or longer the waters havo taken on a
fcocullnr reddish tinge. This Is due,
Scientists say, to the growth of a minute
aquatic plant, which 1b designated by
the long namo of oecillatrola rubescens.
Jin no other body of water In tho world
docs It flourish and It does not appear
in largo quantities except occasionally
in Lake Morat. On June 21, 147(1, there
was a battle on the shores of the lake.
A party of Durgundlans, under tc com
mand of Charles the Bold, fell victims
to the Swiss and nearly very one was
killed No quarter was shown and
thousands of bodies were thrown In tho
lake. Old fishermen 6ay that tho red
color of tho lako Is the blood of the
Jlurgundlans. Frenchmen, howover,
claim that the lake blushes at the mem
ory of Iho SwIbs. who showed no mercy
"to their antagonists and continued tho
"fight! after U had become more slaugh
ter. The lake presents a sinister ap
pearance, especially when the sottlug
Bun heightens tho crimson effect.
A numhtiffglur Btory.
Tho story of the plot to capture Wil
liam Penn ftret arieared In thn United
States more than twenty-five y"rs ago.
It has been contradicted over and over
"again, but It still reappears periodically
In the newspapers. It Is nothing less
han a miserable forgery, Intended to
deceive tho public, either for the pur
pose of putting Its credulity to a test or
iof creating a prejudice against tho early
founders of Now England. Tho name
'of Mr. Judklns is entirely unknown at
this library; no. such chost of old papers
8 Is nlleged'to have bcn deposited In
the archives of the society has ever
teen received, and no such person as
he one said to have made tho deposit
Is known to the members. At tho date
Of the document Cotton Mather was
?nly 19 years' old, which fact alone
would be presumptive evidence that he
was not connected with any such pi
ratical Bcheme. Furthermore, I doubt
whether the word "scampo" was' in usa
at- that period. Notes and Queries.
Novar Ilrard th Ijt of It.
"Well." said the whale, "I am not
much of a hand1 at fishing never did
do much la that line but once down
by Nlnevelii; pulled a prophet clear out
of tho water. His whiskers were at
least two feet "
v Tho sea serpent Interrupted him. "I
Biippose, of course, you preserved a pho
tograph." he sneered sarcastically.
"No," stammered the whale, in some
confusion. Mto tell tho tiath, he he
got away. Tou see"
A storm of, jibes drown bis explana
tions. Now York Press.
Ho "Do you think It unlucky to get
married on Friday?" Sko (ahyly)
"Well, dear, If you like that day best
Im not buperatlllouB." Cleveland
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
l'nhllshrd CTery Friday and enteral at tho
post-olllco In Ilemlnffford. Nebraska, as aocond
claio mall matter, tub HeriAMi i devoted to
the Interests ot llcuiinsford and Box Butto
THOS. J. O'KEEFO, Publlfher.
blX MONTHS . .75
P.M. ruin's .....Clerk.
A. M.MtiXRit Treasurer.
Jar. II. II. IIkwktt Judge.
K. P. BvnssNY Hliorltr.
It. K. QiLttiN Attorney.
MioaA.K. NEMiAHD Superintendent.
Ciua.IlnANN , ..burvcyor,
Drt.W.K. Mn.i.in Coroner.
I)n. L.W. Bowman 1'hyslclan.
Jamkb IlAnnv Commlsalonor 1st Dlht,
Jas. IIoi.mniiark Commissioner 8nd Hist.
(1. W. Duncan,. ...... .Commissioner 3rd Dlst.
WM. J. BRYAN.
For Vice President,
THE COMMON PEOPLE
are tired of tho old, worn-out
chestnut of "protection" and
"free trade," having heard
it harped upon all their lives.
Tho only thing that will
FREE AND UNLIMITED
coinage of silver at the ratio
of 10 to 1 And that's what
wo are going to have and
WITHOUT "WAITING FOR
THE CONSENT OF ANY
OTHER NATION ON
President Cleveland has given
out that all of his appointees may
vote us they chooso which shows
a spirit of fairness in tho presi
dent. E. C. Nolouian, of Alliance, is
one of the old-lino republicans of
this' county who is doing good
work for Nebraska talking for
silver and Bryan.
V. J. Bryan, the friend o the
common people, will carry Bos
Butto county by a rousing
majority. Our gold bug friends
will cortanily come to the conclu
sion that they are Hying with a
mob of "anarchists."
It was ti Nebraska woman who
said "a person must belong to the
republican party in order to get
up in society." This may bo true
but it is not very much consola
tion to the laboring class who are
struggling to get enough to eat.
A Bryan free silver club has
been organized in Canton, Ohio,
tho home of McKinley, and num
bers among its members many of
tho prominent democrats, prohi
bitionists and populists of the city.
Aside from adherents of these
parties, u few freo silvor republi
cans have become identified with
the raovomont. Committees solic
iting membership report obtaining
several hundred in u few hours.
Of Bryan in Holt county tho
Atkinson Plaindealer has this to
say; "The populists of Holt couu
ty are as one man for tho nomina
tion of Bryan. "Why should they
not bo? He stands for tho plain
people of this nation, and is an up-to-date
intellectual giant Every
old goldite and monopolistic lies
sian is opposed to Bryan. The
usurers of this country tho men
who would sell this country to
England are for McKinley. The
great reform forces of this country
ought to and will indorse tho silver
tongued hero of the Platto."
All thoso who have expressed
their intention to join the Bryan
club and all others who wish to
become members of tho club are
requested to como to the court
house on Saturday Aug. 15 189C,
1:30 p.m. for 'organization, and
other business. Good speakers
will be on hand.
Nuw Every thing J
Taken nq by tho undorsigped at
ray placo 1 ratio south west of Hom-
ingford on July 81, 1890, ono bay
mare weight about 800 lbs, brand
ed T2 on right hip. Both had
halters on. J. Adam Preis.
Final Proof Notices
Hon. J. W. Wr.nN, Jn., BcaUtcr.
IIos. F. M. lluooMK, Receiver,
Parties havlnir notices In this column are re
quested to road tho samo carefully and report to
this oilira for correction any errors that may
exist. This will prevent posslblo delay tn
Land Office at Alliance. Neb., Aug. 3, 1890.
Notico Is lierebv clvnnth&t tlio following nam
ed settler lias filed notice, of her intention to'
mako final proof in support or. hor claim, and
that raid proof will bo inado boforo 1j. A. Dor
rington, 0. 8. C. ft Commissioner, at Crawford,
Neb., on Sept. IS, 18U6, viz:
of Doll, Hob., who marfo H. E. 1221 for tho n H
n o i sec. 11, A n V4 u w X soo 12, tp 28 n, r 54 w.
Hho names tho following witnesses to provo
her continuous residence upon aud cultivation
of said land viz: Ed Irion, Bell, Neb., Joe
Moor. Marsland, Neb., Edward Dlxt-on, Wil
liam F. Dixon, of Boll. Neb.
J. W. Wkiin, Jb., Register.
Land OUlco at Alllanoo. Nob., Ang. 11, 1690.
Notico Is Jieroby gl von that tho following nam
ed settlor has filed notlco of his intention to
mako final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will bo mado boforo Register or
IteceWor at Allianco, Nob., on tsept. 15, IB'JO, viz:
CHAIILE3 A. LOOKWOOD,
of Canton. Neb., who mado H. E. No. 2783 for
tho lots 2, ;), sexnwU&noBW&soo IS, tp
Sit) n, r 52 w.
JIo names tho following witnesses to provo
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, via: 8. 1. Wright, G. LI. Clayton,
Nelson Bcarss, W. C. Phillips, aU of Canton.
Nob. J.W. WwiN.Jn., Register.
Land OlHce at Alliance, Neb., July II. 1800.
Ilotico is hereby given that tho following
named Bottler iias filed notlco of his Intention to
mako final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will bo mado boforo Register or
llooolver ut Alliance, Nob., on August 29, 1690,
viz: JENNIE O. ROIUNBON, noo Evans,
of Ilox Butto. Nub., who mado H. E. No. 3350,
for tho s o H. sec 1. tD aa n. rir 01 w.
Sho namoe tho following witnesses to prove
ner continuous resiuenco upon ana cultivation
of said laud, viz: Hugh li. Jonos, of Homing-
njl ?W A It TnAbiA If A.ain r.9 af aIah,! rVTnVt
Ueor'ge L.Taylor, of ilemiugford, Neb., Henry
BiumoK, ot iawn, neu.
J. W. WHN, Jit.. Register.
Land Office at Alliance, Nob., July 21, 1890.
Notleo is hereby given that the following
named settlor has filod notico of bis intention
to mako final proof in Bupport of his claim, and
tuat said proof will bo mado before Register
and Receiver at Alliance, Neb., on August 29th'
1800, viz: FRANZ FRANK,
of Lawn, Hob., who mado II E No. 689, for the
s H sw h & w Vi bo H sea 11, tp 20, rg VI.
Ho names tho following witnessos to provo his
continuous residence upon aud cultivation of
said laud, viz: Frank Caha, Henry WInten, Al
bert Kraupa, of Lawn, Neb., Frank: Krajieolc, ot
Alliance, Nub. Also,
of Lawn, Neb., who mado II E No. 033 for the
u o li boo 16. tn 28. re Hi.
Il names tho following witnesses to prove
his continuous residonoo upon and cultivation
of said laud, viz: Frank Caha, Henry Winton,
Albert Kraupa, ot Juvm, Nob., Frank Krajicek,
ot AMlanco, Nob. J. W. Wkh.v, Jn. Register.
U. 8. Land OUice. Alllanoo, Neb.. Juno 3, 189G.
Notico is hereby givou that WILLIAM L.
CLAl'l1, of Fairfield, Iowa, lins filed notice of
intention to mako linal proof before It. A. Dor
rliiRUm, (. H. ('. O. Com'r at his olllco in Chad
ron, Neb., on the Bth day of Sept. lb'Jti, on tim
ber culture application No. 619, for tlioHiiNK
H fc N y, B K U ot section No. SJ, In township
UUn, range lUw.
Ho names as witnesses: Loyd Horvon Pow
ell, Charles W. Minard, Thomas C Rhyan, of
Homlngford, Neb., Charles W. Dorcan, of
Hough, Neb. J. W. Weun, Jn., Register.
Land Oilico at Alliance, Nob., Juno 30, 1800.
Notico is hereby itiven that tho following
named settler has filed notico of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will bo made before the Register
or Revolver at Alliance, Nob., on August 10,
EUGENE A. PATTERSON,
who made II. E. X!00 for tho nw U two 7, tp 29,
JIo names tho following witnesses to prove
his continuous roaidenco upon and cultivation
ot snid land, viz: C, 11. Phlpps, C L. Wahtrou,
V. II. Uoddard, Erick Sodorstrom, all ot Dun
lap, Neb. J. W. Wkiin, jr., Register.
U. S. Land Office, Alliance, Neb., July 28, 1806.
Notico is hereby given that
DIXON a CORRY,
has filed notioo ot intention to mako final proof
boforo Register and Receiver at Alliance, Nob.,
on tho &th day ot Sept. 1MX3, on timber cnltnro
application no. 680, for tho o H n o H A e Ji b o
!4 sea SB, tp 28 n, r M w.
He names as witnesses: William L. Ash brook,
Harry a. Aghbrook, of Dell, Neb., John 1. Haz
ard, of Lawn, Neb., Charles Hall, of Canton,
JOSEPH 8. DICKINSON,
of Canton, Nob., who mado II. E. 1300 for the
b S a w ! & w Vi a o U sea 4, tp 27 n, r .11 w.
llo names tho following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. saiil land, viz: Wilson L. AHlibrook, Harry
A. Ash brook, of Hell, Neb., John P. Hazard, of
Lawn, Nob., Charles Hall, of Canton, Neb.
J. W. Weun, Jr., Register.
BALE OF PUBLIC LAND.
U. 8. Land Olllco, Alliance, Neb., JuaeS0,180C.
notice is hereby given that, in pursuance ot
instruction from the Commissioner of tho Gen
eral Land Olllce, under authority vested in him
by section 2i6., U. a. Hovlsod utntutes. as-
amended by tho act of congress approved reb
ruary 20, lbi)5, wo will proceed to otter at publio
salt) on the Stn day of August, next, at this of
fice, the following tract of land, to-wit:-
Houtn halt ot the north east quarter of section
twelve, (I'D, township twenty-fivo, (25), north
of range fifty,(M, west ot the sixth principal
meridian, in Nebraska.
Any and all jiersons claiming adversely to the
Ahnvft-rtBhCrilMMi lands are advited to tile their
claims in this offico on or boforo the day above
designated for tho commencement ot said saio,
ottiorwiBd their rights will be forfeited.
J, W. Weun. Jr.. Registir.
K. M. Droome, Receiver.
Notice to Non-resident Defendant.
In Uie district oourtot Itox llutie cojnty.
William R. Abbey, plaintiff
Annie L. Fanning, W. JJ. Fanning enl W. J.
The above named defendent W. J. Bowden.
will tultn nntii'B that on tho (Sth dar of Al L-llfit
lRlM, William R, Abbey plaintiff kurel:i filed his
retition in the district court of Box Iintto
county against the abovo named defendants, tho
object and piaerof which ara to teredo-
certain mortgage executed by the del.-, dant
Ann.e li. Fanmnir to tho American Inventra.nt
company upon the southcastquarter of section !
23 in townsh
: north, range 18 west of tho
sixth pilncipal meridian in liox Dutto i-iunty J
rtieoranKa, to secure tue pa) mentoi onoceiui n
.iromissory ntto for tho sum ot I00.(X da'el
Uarch 6th lbtJT. and due and payable Dec. 1st
Ifcfll with int-rei,t thereon payable semiannually
and on which time ot payment was afterwards :
extended hvu jtars from maturity thereof.
Bald note and mortase contains thu condition
that it any interest on eaid uoto is not paid
wlihm twent days after tho same becomes due,
then the principal shall immediately become
duo and payable at the option ot tno holder
thoreof. Said noio and mortgage was K'foro
the tame became due for a Muable considera
tion duly assigned to tho plalutltf who is row
the holder and owner thereof
All of tho interest which became due on said
principal note on the firldayof Doe. Ittti.and
slucoUiat time still remains unpaid aud the
plaintiff elect to declare tho principal aud in
terest there on duo and payable at once. And
there is now due the plaintitf on said noto and
mortgage tho sura ot $1UU.U). with intereht there
on from tho 1st day of June lb!Q, at ton per cent
per annum. Plaintiff prays for a decree that
(ImjIafAnil.n,. ttavannlrful tn rmv Mitl nmn rir
that said premises may be sold to satisfy thai
amount found due.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the 14th day of BopU-mber lS'JO.
Dated August 6, lHuO.
W1LL1AM tt, ARREY Plaintin.
By D. K. SrACHT, Uiu attorney. f v -7 iw.
Closing Out Sale!...
I have made up my mind to go
out of business, so I will sell all my
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Cloth
ing and .Gents' Furnishing Goods at
greatly reduced prices for spot cash.
Produce will be taken at top
prices. Your faithful servant,
. . . W. K. HERNCALL.
H. H, PIERCE,
"Wo havo first-class stock and double and single rigs, which wo
furnish at rcasonablo rates. Our facilities for accommodating boarder
are unoxcollcd in the city. Give ub a call.
&SF" Stablo Corner Box Butte Avenuo and Sheridan Street.
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F. E. HOLSTBK,
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guaranteed. Orders left at the
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Having purchased of J. M.
Trout his Shire stallion, "SAXON
KING" and his French coach
stallion, QUINAULT, I will stand
them during the season at my
farm, six miles west and two north
of Hemiugford. Terms, '5 to in-
Thcse stallions nro too woll
t Irnnivn in lippri fnrtlinr flpsorintion
Known to neeu xuriuor uebcnpiun
A Q "RuYPAUP
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To American Investment Company, of
Emmetsburg, I'alo Alto County, Iowa, l K
Allen, Receiver ot thu Aiceruuu Investment
Company, non-resident owners', and to occu
pants and persons in whose nanias assessed
tor tho )ears 1MU, 1W1, and lb'j.), tand to all
to whom it may concern:
You and each of yon are hereby notified that
on tho Sth ot November, 11U, A. li. Orrashy,
purchased at publio tax sale from the treasurer
of Box Butte county. Nebraska, for tho delin
quent taxes for the year ltfM, tho roal-estato de
scribed below, situato iu Box ltutte county.
State ot Nebraska, viz:
The southwest quarter of section 15, town
ship 21, north of rango &i, west ot the sixth
principal meridian; . ,
Taxed in the namo ot John D. Workman, for
tho year lbU.1. and in 'the name of Petor IU
l Workman, for the year lfcOl: and IM Un the
loth, day ol Notnmber IMO, A. li. unnjoy,
paid the taxes on said land for the sear Jb'Jl as
bubuquent tax. and the hth, day ot Jrily IS'jrt
said A. L. Ormsby, paid tho taxes on said land
for the year 1885, as subsequent tax.
Thu time of redemption of said tract ot land
from said tax sole will expire on tne Sth, day of.
November, A. U. it'M.
First poM:alion July lOtb, le'K.
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i 104-168 Washington St.,
Miss ViolalScott is visiting Mrs.
M. D. Atkin.
F. M. Darling and mother werp
Box Butto visitors Sunday.
MisB Mnggio Iloss.entprlained a
few of hor young friends Sunday.
Mrs. Bowman and children of
Alliance aro visiting Box Butto
friends this week. .
M, A. Brown finished painting
Clarks chapel last wook. It looks
After the fine rains last Thurs
day corn and potatoes aro doing
Mrs. Worloy, of Lincoln, is
visiting in this vicinity this week.
Sho is going to Crawford to visit
her daughter, Mrs. Fanning.
Ordinanoo No, SS.
An ordinance levying tuxes for the
year 1890 ami making annual appjop-
riaLions ior saiu year, entitled "The
Annual Appropriation Bill."
Be it ordained by the chairman
and board of trustees of tUe village
of Hemingfon, Nebraska:
Section 1. That there bo and
hereby is levied upon all tho taxablo
property of the village of llemiug
ford, Nebraska, for the year 1800. a
tax of tcu mills on each dollar valu
ation thereof, as shown by the assess
ment rolls of said village for the year
1800, to defray the general and inci
dental expenses of said village for
Gection 2. That there bo and here
by is levied against each male inhab
itant of said village, between the ages
of Ul and 50 years, except paupers,
lunatics, Idiots aud U. S. pensioners,
for the year 1800, a poll tax of three
Section 3. That for the year 1806,
there be and hereby is appropriated
out of the revenues derived from the
taxes hereby levied, to defray the
general and incidental expenses of
said village for the present ilscal year
tho several v mounts for the specific
objects nnnuni herein as follows:
For salary of village attorney 8000
" " " clerk 6000
" " " overseer of streets.. 1000-
" " " treasurer 25 00
' printing 2000
" stationery 10 CO
" Incidental expenses 50 00
Total , 921500-
Scctinn 4. That this ordinance
take effect and be in force from and
after ita passage and publication ac
cording to law.
Passed and approved July 21, 18fy0.
Chairman Board of Trustees of the
Village of Hemlngrofd. Nebraska.
Attest: W. M. Iodence,
' (Seal.) Village Clerk.
KOTKJE TO KEDEEM.
To Herbert N. Carpenter, non-resident owner.
ami to oc.oupt.ntB, and to persons in whoso
names assessed for tho years 1893. 1894, and
18m, and to all whom it may concern:
Von and each of you aro hereby notified that
on the Sth day of November, 185)1, A. L. Ormsby
putchaced at publio tax sale from tho treasuror
of Uox ISutto county, Nebraska, for the delin
quent taxeB for tho j ear ls'JJ, tho real estate de
scribed below, situato in Ilox liutto county,
titnto of Nebraska, viz:
The wost half of tho northwest qnartor sec
tion 2H, and tho south half of tho northeast
quarter section 29, township 21, north of range
4ii. west of the sixth principal meridian.
Taxed in thu namo of Hubert N. Carpenter
for tho years lftOa, 1SH4, and 189a. On tho ICth
day of November 1895. said A. L. Ormsby paid
tho taxes on said land for tho year 1891, as sub
sequent tax, and on tho 8th day of Jul 1890.
said A. L. Ormsby paid the taxes on said land
for tho year 1895, as subsequent tax
The time of redemption of said tract of land
from raid tax oslo will expire on tho Sth day of
November. A. D. If90.
(SiKnedl A. L. OBM8BY.
First publication July IT, 16flG.
NOTICE TO ItEDEEU.
To Annio li' Elkin, non-resident owner, and to;
occupantb ana persons in wiinse names assess
ed for tho years 1SX), 1891, and 1893, and to all
whom it may concern:
You and each of you aro hereby notified that
on the .Un day of November UU1. A. L. Ormby
purchased at public tax sale from tho treasurer
of Hox Hutto county. Nebraska, for tho delin
quent taxes for the year 1803, the real estate de
scribed below, situato in Dox Butte county,
The southwest quarter of section 13, township
28, north of rancoM. west of tho sixth princi-
fal meridian. Taxed In the namo of Annie E.
Clkin for the years 1893, 1801, and 1. After
ward for a valuable consideration said A. L$.
Ormsby duly sold and delivered said connty
treasurer's certificate of tax ealo, together with
the accompanying tax receipt, to Edward if.
Griswold, who is now tho legil owner and hol
der thereof, . . ...
On the Cth dav of AdtII 1KB. said Edward H.
Qrlswold paid-the taxes on said tand for the
year 1891, as suhsnuent tax, and on the SOth day
of December lt95, said Edward II. Griswold
paid the taxes on said land for the year 1895 as.
subsequent tax. ...
The time ot redemption of said tract of land
from said tax sale, will expire on the Sth day of-
November, A. D. 18M.
iBicned) EDWAIID H. GRISWOLD.
First publication July 17, 1800.
NOTICE TO KEDEEM.
To Johu W- DBuddemeyer, non-resident
owoner, and to occupants and persons in whose
nane assessed for tho years 1891, 1891, and 18ft,
and to all wborae it may concern:
Yon and each of you aro hereby notified that
on tho fith, day of November 1894, A. L, Ormsby,
purchased at pjblin tax sale from the treasurer
of Box Butto county. Nobraska, for the delin
quent taxes for tho year lt-VS. tho real-estate de
scribed Mow, Bituato in-Box Butte county,
state of Nebraska, viz: . . , ,
.,. . .1 . .. . n ...u.. (ah . 4vmn alii rk
27. north of ramjo W, wost of the sixth prinoipal
rn'-ridian; . , ,
Taxed in tho namo ot John n. D. Buddemeyer
for the years 189J, IM4, and lt-05. On the 10th
day of November 1895, said A. L. Ormsby, paid
the taxes on said land for the year 1891, as sub
sequent tax, and said A. I Ormsny, on the 8th.
day ot July 1SW paid tho taxes on eaid land for
tin year 1893 as subsequent tax.
The day of redemption of said Uact of land
from said tax saiu will expire on the Sth, day of
Unr.mlxr A. TV 1WM1.
(Beunedl A. I. Ormsby.
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