SUEUIl'F SSALE. Fir-t I'ul lioatiou June 2nd "I lie hdiiibuivli Lombard ii;mtlft. , lu inuenl (. u. Limited.! I ' I lianiel C. lV!erou. Mary J. l' ier hi, 1 ir.t National Bank tl Suierior. Nc'.irika, t .tse i KM1011 & Co., First National Hank ot Maiikaio Kan mis. S penis liio.i. J. li. W.ileii, .Norman Field. Smith llros., Louu and Trust to., rirt National lUnk of liurr Oak, Kansas aim E. h. EHler. Oefemlauts. iiy virtue of an order of sale to me directed, aad delivered, issued out of the lMstrlet Court of tlie lll'teeiitll Juiticiitl District sitting in and for Jewell County, Kansas wherein The Eiiin-luirsli Iniiluird Investment Co. Limited )iain-tltl and 1 taniel C. Peterson and Mary J. lVter-soii et l aet'cniisints. I will on SAT I' KDAY JULY 2nd 1k2. at one o'clock l. in., at the front door of the Court House iu the City of Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas, otter for sale Ht puldic auction and sell to the Uifihest bidder for ciish In hand tUe following described real property to-wit ; The West half Wis, ihe North-west N. w , of Section Thirty-One 31, in Township One 1, South of Itange, Eiht i, We; of the Sixth 0. 1. M. said real property is levied upon As the property of the above named defendants andwiU.be soid to satisfy said order of sale. Dated this soth day May 1892. D. H. Ettien, D, C. IUggakt Sheriff. I Atr'v for l'lnnfltt 11 v IJ T Attn Minsr 1 j .-. "J vit ' Dept. SHKUIFF'S SALE, First Publication Juue 2nd. 1S02. Caivin Simonds, plaintiff. vs. tieorge W. Owens, Angelina Owens, Wheeler & Woodmansee, Edinburgh liOtr.bard Investment Co., Limited, defendants. By virtue of an order of sale to me directed, and delivered, Issued out the of District Court of the Fifteenth Judicial District sitting in and for Jewell County, Kansas, wherein Calvin Shnonds plantifl and tieorge W. Owens and Ahireline Owens et al defendants. I will ou SATURDAY JULY 2nd 1802, at one o'clock p. in., at the front door of the Court House in the city of Mankato, Jewell County Kansas, otter for sale at public auctionand sell to the liicliest bidder for cash in hand the following described real property lo-wit: tnesoutn-east quarter, ft e 54) of section thirty-four 34, In Township Five O.Soutb of Kange ten 10, in Jewell Couutv, Kansas except Fifteen 15, acres In square Form in North-east corner of said quarter section, said real property is levied upon as the property of the aBove named defendants and. will be sold to satisfy said order of sale. Dated this 30th day fo May 1892. D.H. Ettien-, Att'y for Plantiff. D. C. Haggart, Sheriff. By G. T. Armaoost, Dept. SHERIFF'S SALE. First Publication June 2nd 1892. S. G. HUBBA.RD, Plaintiff, ys . f 1 Wm. L. P. Wells, D. C. Peterson, Mary J. Peterson, Case, Bishop & Co., FiMt National Bank of Mankato, Kansas, J. H. Woollen, Frank S. Edwards, First National Bank of Superior, Hebraska, First National Bank of Burr Oak, Kansas, The Edinburgh Lombard Investment Co., Limited, Norman S. Field and Spears Brothers, defendants. By virtue of an order of sale to me directed, and delivered, issued out of the District Court of the Fifteenth Judicial District sitting in and for Jewell County, Kansas, wherein S. G. Hubbard plantiff and William L. P. Wells, 1). C. Peterson, and Mary J. Peterson et al defendants. I will, on SATURDAY July 2nd 1892, at one o'clock, p. in. at the front doortof the Court House in the City of Mankato, Jewell County. Kansas, otter for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand. ihe following described real property to-wit. The South-east quarter S K 54, of Section Twenty Five 25, Township One 1, South, Range Nine 9. West of the Sixth 6, P, M., said real property is levied upon as the property of the above named defendants and will be sold to satisfy said order of Sale. Dated this 30th day of May 1892. D. H. Ettien. D.rC. Haggart. Sheriff. Att'y for Plantiff, By G. T. Akmaoost, Dept. NOTIC" OF PUBLICATION. First publication In Review, April 28lh, 1892. In the District Court of Jewell County State of Kansas: Ester J. Sinsabaugh Plaintiff Nancy Sinsabaugh. I, IraN .Sinsabaugh, ( Oscar W. Sinsabaugh, i tieorge W. Sinsabaugh, f Harry A. Sinsabaugh, i. Henrietta Kanibo, ) Nancy V. Kambo, I Klizabeth s. Hall, ) Mary M.Emanual, ( Martha A. Burus. ( Defendants. Summons by publication. The defendants Martha A. Burns, Henrietta Kanibo, George W. Sinsabaugh, Oscar W. Sinsabaugh above named will each take notice that the above named plaintiff Ester J. Sinsabaugh did on the 23th day f April, 1892 file her petition In the District Court of Jewell county Kansas com- baugh, Ira N. Sinsabaugh, Harry A. Sinsabaugh Nancy V. Hambo. Elizabeth S. Hall and Mary M. Emmanuel and that they and eacli of them are required to appear in said court anil answer to said petition on or before the 9th day of June 1892 or the facts in eaid petition wiii be taken as true and judgment rendered against them according to the prayer thereof for the sum of $419.39 with interest at the rate of ten ner cent ner annum from April 25th, 1887. and costs of suit and for foreclosure mortgage and sale of the North half of the South-west nuarter of spctinn Twenty-three in Township three South of range six, est oi .jeweii county, Kansas, ana for a decree forever barrinc anil forepiosinir them and each of them of any interest right or title in or to said real estate and that the proceeds oi sucn sale be applied to the payment of costs and the said debt of $419.39 and interest. Kirkpatbick & Hudson, Attorneys for plaintiff. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION. First publication in HirvTirwr Ani.il 9iof isnn In the District Court of Jewell County 'state I IJames S. Barker Plantiff vs. William Parsons. ) Martha A. Parsons, John T. Lvman, ) James 15. Wilber. 1 John S. Jnn ?s and busiii F. Jones, ) Defendants. . William Parsons, Martha A. Parsons. John T. Lyman, and James B. Wilbur, will take notice that they have been sued by the plaintiff above named, together with John s. Jones and fusanF. Jones as co-defendants. That said plamtitt did on the 20th day of April 1S92. file his petition in the District Court "f Jewell county, state of Kansas against them. William Parsons, Martha A. Parsons, JohnT Lyman, and James B. Wilbur, must answer said petiti in on or before the 4th,. day of June A. D. iS!h!, or said petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered aecordin" to the VJa,ver t!'ereof against said defendants William Parsons aud Martha A. Parsons for the sum of .l,2.)0.4" with interest thereon from the 1st day of March, 1S02 at the rate of 12 per cent per annum and for costs of suit, aud for the foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage on the following described premises situated in Jewell county, state of f?,2s?s..towit: North-east quarter or section w'tf0W.n''hlP 01,6 South of rane nine 9, fi.?.?M.xl.h ."rtncipal meridian adjudging n J?id,plamtlfl s liave the ,lrst anJ Prior lien ?iid.,nintpiTi?!l!M?s. for tne ainunt for which Eff ,11 1)6 t!Ken as aforesaid and order-Lt udp'em,sestobesold without appraise-ot St l,,1ntPrHOCeecl31i,m,lie(1 10 lne PWment si'tt' LaTtJI-J He sald P'a'ntil and costs of sutt and forever barring and foreclosing said defendants and each of them of all right tith? tnterest. estate or equity of redei n t hm in and to said real estate or any pttJireof Attf JVIltKl-ATRlrK & HODSO.y. O.E. Stkkn, AUorte's lor plaintift. Seal,1 Clerk of District Court. Offical Statement cf the Financial Condition of the BA1IK OF MANKATO at Mankato, Sta'e of Kansas, at the close of business un the 4th day of June. IS 2. nr.sot ucess, Loans and disomaits .n per-'U.a' ai.d o.::u!fr.il seeur.tv v-,;;y,i;; Loans on real estate, js.v.-y Overdrafts, 4n8.i2 Furniture and fixtures ltMUju Expense account, - Currency ;x.oe Hold com, l.H-o.W Silver coin, -W';'S Fractional currency, Dueirom other banks, sight exchange, ..i9.4'.' Total, ?;u.-s.il LIABILITIES. Capital paid in $2;,ti00.0o Surplus fund on hand Interest w.'.i.l Individual deposits, 21.W1.71 Demand certificates, fJ.. Time certificates, hti Bi.ls payable, .aiuW Total... ....70,Sil8.U State or Kansas, Coixtv ofJewki.l. S ' 1 I 1, L'l IV nu'iiur f fiillil lvink. do solen'iDly swear that the above statement is true, to the uesl 01 my Kuuwieiijjr mm help me tiod. J. J. Fair, Owner. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 1Mb, day of June, ism. . . , ,. J. W.McHoiiKKTS, Ju., Notary Public. (Commission expires on the 17th. day January 1892.) correct. Attest : J.T. Fair, Owner. To Charles F. Johnson, Bank Commissioner, Topekii. Kfinsns. SHERIFF'S SALE. First Publication May 25, 1892. The State Enchange Bank Plantiff. vs. Owen Dunleavy, Michael Dunleavy, C. Adams B. H. Giger, First National Bank of Cawker City Kan., McClung & Fay, J. 11. S patter and John Coukel, Defendants. By virture of an order of sale to me directed, and delivered, Issued out of the District Court of the Fifteenth District Court sitting in and for Jewell County, Kansas, wherein the State Exchauge Bank plaintiff and Owen Dunleavy, Mitchael Dunleavy et al defendants. I will on Saturday June 25th, 1892 at one o'clock, p. m. at the front door of the Court House iu ine uuy oi raaimnw, aencu wuuij. Kansas, offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder cash In hand the following described real property to-wlt: South-west quarter (sw w oi uie souui-wesi miartpr r w vi of section Thir:v. 30. town ship five, 5, south of range eight. 8, west Jewell County, Kansas, said real property is levied upon as me property oi me aoove iiameu uc-fendaut aud will be sold to satisfy said order of sale. Dated this 20th day of May 1892 1). C. llAOGAitT, Sheriff, By G. T. Aumooost, Dept. KlRTP ATRICK & IIODSON, Att'ys for Plt'ff. SHERIFF'S SALE. First publication May 26th 1802. State of Kansas, County of Jewell, ss. Joslah B. Sanborn vs Worthington 8. Canan and Eftlea. Canan, his wife ; J. B. Wilbur and First National Bank of Burr Oak, Kansas. Bv virtue of an order of sale, issued out of the clerk's office, of the district court sitting in and lor said Jewell county in the above en titled action and to me directed, I Will on MONDAY, the 27th day of June, 1892, at two o'clock in the after-noon of said day. at the front door of the court house In said county, offer for sale at public auction and sell, without appraisement to the hiiihest and best bidder for casli in hand, to satisfy said order of sale, all the estate, title, and interest, of me above named defendants, and each of them and all persons claiming under them, in and to the following described tract and parcel of land, situated in said county, to-wit : The north west-quarter of section seventeen, 17, in township three, a, south, of range nine, 9, west, of the sixth principal meridian, and containing one hundred and sixty, ItiO, acres, more or less, togetiier with the appurtenances thereto belonging, subject to the lien of a certain mortgage, described in the decree in this action executed to sooure the sum of Sl.000,00 with tin interest to accure thereon from December 24, 1889. and recorded in vol. 28. at page 319. in the record of mortgages in said county, stlven under my hand, at my ottice In the citv of Mankato, in said county, this 25th day of May, 1892. D. C. Haggart, Sherifl. By G. T. Armaoost, Dept. Owen A, Bassett, Att'y. forPIK, SBEKIFF SALE. (First publication May 12th 1892.) lnt ernatlonal Boan & Trust Company Plaintiff, vs. Ellyson Green, I Lida Green, f James A. Cain, i E, E. Brown, j Defendants. By virtue of an order of sale to flic directed, and delivered, issued out of the District Court Of the Fifteenth District Court sitting in and for Jewell County. Kansas, wherein The International Loan & Trust Company plaintiff and Ellyson Green, Lida Greeen, James A. Coin and E. E. Brown defendants. 1 will ou MONDAY JUNE 13th., 1892, at two o'clock, p. m., at the front door of the Court House In the city of Mankato. Jewell county, Kansas, offer for sale at public auction and sell to the higest bidder for cash in hand the following described real property to-wit : The north-east quarter (J4) of section seven (7) in township one (1) south of range seven (7) west in Jewell county, Kansas containing one hundred acres more or less, said real property is levied upon as the property of the above named defendants and will be sold to satisfy said order of sale. Dated this 12th day of May 1892. D. C, Haggart, Sheriff. By G. T. Armaoost, Dept. SHERIFF'S SALE. First Publication May 12, 1892. International Loan & Trust Company Incorporated, Plaintiff. vs. Samuel J. lledenbo, Sarah E. Redenbo, and J. B. Webber Defendants. By virtue of an order of sale to me directed, and delivered, issued out of the District Court of the Fifteenth District Court sitting in and for Jewell Countv, Kansas, wherein International Loan & Trust Co. Incorporated, plaintiff and Samuel J. lledenbo and Sarah E. lledenbo de fendants. I will on MONDAY. JUNE 13th. 1892. at two o'clock, p. m. at the front door of the Court House in the City of Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas, offer for sale at Dtiblic auction and se;1 to the highest bidder for cash in hand the following described real property to-wit: The south-west quarter (s w M) of the southeast quarter (s e and the south-east qr(se!t) of the south-west quarter (s w ) of section twenty-nine (29) and the north-west quarter (H) of the north-east quarter Oi) and the northeast qr. (4)of north-west quarter ( H) of section thlriy-two (;-(2) township one (1) south of range eight (8) west in Jewell county Kansas, containing one hundred and sixty acres more or less, said real property is levied upon as the property of the above named defendants and will be sold to satisfy said order of sale. Dated this l.'th., day of Mav 1-W2. D. C. Hugo art, Sheriff. G. T. Arm aous i' Dept. We hope the ladies will all remember that we have already received five invoices of new stylish and pretty millinery goods this spring. We respectfully invite you to call and see our goods as we will not be undersold . Very Respectfully, Mrs. S M . Weed. COMMISSIONEK-3 PEOEEDINGS. 1'iUMv t'l i- Hii's Office. M.iukuio, Kansas, June, t'Sli IS;'.'. I'i'.rs i.'t to l.iw ana public i.ou,v, tli ' Hoard of County v oininisMoners met us ;i io;irJ 01 F..,ual:..ttion. l'reetit ,). V. LpperMiu, Chairman. P. P. Hotter and J. II Spuuiding Co. Commissoners D. Haggart. Slier, ft and S. I. McLean. Co. Clerk. Board adjourned till S o'clock to-morrow niornin.L'. S ( M L; as. County Clerk. 8 o'clock a . m. June, 7, K2 Board met piir.- 'anl !. adjournment. All members of U...rd present. B.wrd then proceeded with equalisation of Ileal Estate. The assessment of Jackson Tp, was reduced CO percent. Mi 12 7 27 t 51 54 58 25 24 rctiuced " t 3u 40 37 ai 42 2t 29 51 41 59 44 39 Die Ihe 1'he ? Buffalo . tenter Burrock Athens Prairie tlrant icksburg Brown's Creek Ionia Allen K.bou was raised ,, Whilo Mouud Lime tenj Sinclair Montana Harrison Holmwood ., Walnnt Washington Erving Highland Calvin ., Kichland Odessa ,, The Til A UttUPaamanr rf Imnmu'ikmAiita r 11 Ileal Estate reduced as follows. Buffalo Township 46 per cent, 48 00 4: 27 Jackson Center Burr Oak i Athens Prairie Browns Creek Ionia 13 31 25 62 65 00 00 00 17 00 00 48 19 27 00 Allen Whitfl Mnnn.1 .. Limestone Sinclair Montana Harrison Gr:int Holmwood ,, walnut Krvins Calvin ., Odessa Tha oeccaDmAiit tt inprovements on Ileal Estate was raised as follows : vicKsmim townsiiiii 70 percent. 7(1 ) Ezbon Washington Highland iticiuana 13 per cent. Unarii thprniinnli 'iiliniirno1 till titrnarpnnr morning at 8 o'clock, S. I, McLeaw, County Clerk. June 8, 8 o'clock a. m. Board met as per adjournment. Members of Board all present It is ordered that City properlty in the various township be cqulalzed at same rate as Real Estate and Improvements in such townships. Except part of Randall In Prairie Tp. which remains asretured by Assessor. Tax sale for 1891 on s, w, section 28-2-7 is hereby declared erroneous and Treasurer is ordered to refund to Lombard Investment Co. $9.81 amount ol said sale with accrued interest. Board then adjourned till tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock, - S.I. McLean, County Clerk. June 9, 1892. Board met as per adjournment. Members of Board all present. Board proceeded with equalization, adjourned till 8 o'clock to-morrow morning. S. I. McLean, County Clerk. June 10, 1892, Board as per adjournment. Members of Board all present and proceeded with Equalization of personal property. uoaru aujournea to meet Wednesday June 10, 1892. S. I. McLean. County Clerk, County Clerk's Office, Mankato. Kansrs, JlWO 15, 1882, Board met as ner ad joiirnmeat. Present .1. W K Hot! er and J. II Spaulding Co. Commissioners Cleric 8uerifl H. L McLean, County t XEder 2f ine Bard the assessment of Ellen J Wadleigh for 1891 was reduced $330.00 on Board then proceeded with equalization of nersonn.1 nrnnfirt-v Board adjourned to meet tomorrow morning O, 1. MCLEAN, County Clerk, June 10, 1802, n 8 o'clock a. m. Board met pursuant to adjurnment. Member nf Unnrrl ull iintaont The assessment of personal property in the lamous ruwnsinp reuueeu as ioiiows : Buffalo Township 51 per cent, Jackson so Center 47 Burr Oak 52 Athens 50 Prairie 47 Grant . 52 Vlcksburg 53 Brown Creek Si Ionia r,i Allen ., 61 ., Ezbon 31 White Mound 49 Limestone 49 Sinclair 52 Montana ct Harrison ., m ,, Holmwood 50 Walnut no Washington 50 Erving 49 Highland 53 Calvin 48 Richland ,. 50 Odessa 40 per cent. Board of County Commissioners then adjourned sine die. S. I, McLean, County Clerk. SHERIFFS SALE. First Publication April 21, ls!2. The Suffolk Trust Company Plaintiff, vs. B. II. Johnson and Matfe Johnson, Defendants. By virtue of an order of Sale to me directed, and delivered, Issued out of the District Court of the Fifteenth District Court sitting Inand for Jewell County, Kansas wherein Tho Suffolk Trust Company plaintiff and B H Johnson and Matie Johnson defendants. I will on Saturday May 2th, 12 at one o'clock p. m.. at the front door of tlie Court House in the City of Mankato. Jewell County, Kansas, ofler for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand the following described real property to-wit : Lots Five (5) in Block Three, 3 and Lots Three, 3 and four 4, in Block nine, 9 In the Town of Burr Oak, Kansas, according to the recorded plat of said town, said real property is levied, upon as the property of the above named defendant and will be sold ta satisfy said order of sale. Dated tills 13th day of April 1892 D. C. Haooakt, Sheriff. By g. t. Auhooost, Dept, Kirk patkick & Hodson, Att'y for Plt'ff. I HARD1 IRM V MACHINE WAGONS, BUGGIES Cook Stoves, Gasoline Stoves, Coal Oil, Machine Oil, Gasoline. We have added a nice line of Mixed Every gallon warranted. ISee' us for anything in R A. PADDEN CARTER'S Blck Baadaob and reller all th tronblM f no!-dant to a bilious Ute of th ijritam, moh iu Dlizteeii, Nausea, Drowiinw, Diitreu fter Atlng, Fain in the Bide, ko, Wbila their most rcmukiibl luoceM ha been ihown iu curing teeaaiehe, yet Oartera tlttlo Llrer mil ar qually Tilaablo In Oonstlpttlon, curing and pra-Tenting this annoyinBcompUint. while they alas correct all diiorderm of thestomach jitlmulata ths lirer and regulate the boweli, arenU tie j only Aclitheywotiiaboalmoitprioeloiatothn9wh9 uer from this dlstresaing complaint; but t ortu-Bately t helrgooduesa does notend here,and tho who once try them will find these Uttle plllnyala. ble in so many ways tbat they will not be WIN ling to do without them. Bat after aUalckhea4 AGHI fx the base of 10 many liyei that here le when .we make our groat boaut. Our pilla cure it whUa Otbera do not. .Carter's Little Liver Fills are very fimall and fry easy to take. One or two pills make a doss. Thoy are strictly vegetable and do not grips or purge, bubbv their gentle action please all whi use themBh ylals at 25 cents ; five for $1. SoU by druggist everywhere, or sont by mail. OARTER MtOlCINE CO., Now York. SMALL PIU. SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE IT WILL NOT IP YOU TAKg KRAUSE'S HeaJaclieCapsules $600 Iteward for any injurious substance fauna in ineno v-apiuiea. Will Cure any Harmless. Kind or Monev TnfnnAA Ifnil as we say. Sent postpaid on receipt or price, Twentv-FIvo Vrr.tn NORMAN LICHTY MFG. CO DES MOINES, IOWA. For Sale by . Iir We will give you better and more stylish millinery goods for less money man any oiner store in northern Kansas. Itespectfully, Mes. 9. U. Weed. MS DOES YOUR Head ache UKTtM WJ. ai RV and CARTS. 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