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TiitilUlictl oww FrMT at Homlnafirrt, Box
Hullo, Conntr, Kibrm-nu
$RirAX, UULY 20, 1805.
" Tnis "froo silver" calamity howlers
.aro losing ground overy Any. Tlio
"honest, scusfbl6 ones havo discovered
'tliatthcy wore being led by a lot of
' offlco-SobktnK shysters.
ymixw, tiio summer madness Is on
,tlibsc who nro Jumping nil over Sec
retaries Olncy, Carlisle and Herbert
and Attorney General Harmon, who
nttended a special cabinet mooting
last Friday, becauao they declined
to toll what was considered at that
meeting. SInco when, has it been
' ilio custom for members of tho cab
inet to take newspapers into their
nonfldonce to that extentP Theie are
uruu lor tno iiruHuno mo uiismesa 01
that meeting nnd abuce" will not
SncTAity Olnky was -asked if
thd rresldenc had given any consider
ation to another issue of bonds In the
near future Ills reply was short ar.d
decisive. Ho said: Such a thing
.Ifas-not been considered by any tnem
?borof tho administration.'" In fact,
thpro Is no necessity fgr such consid
eration, as tho finances aro in good
.felmpo, thero Is plenty'of money jn the
''treasury and tho Bold reserve Is all
'right.1' Smely that ought to bo plain
'enough to stop the silly boud story,
started for tho purpose of doing
'harm, but, of courso, It won't. Some
peoplo would rather llo any day than
toll tho truth.
"D!emonetlzation,, of Silver,
"Demonetization". Is a word used
jln this connection with muoii loose-
ncs8, and )a generally misunderstood.
It la a favorite word with writer and
-epcukors caroless of what tlioy say,
'o'rAvbo intentionally dccolvo q,r mls-
represent tho i facts. And many por
tions nio led to bcliovo that "demon
w?itizatlon" means an attempt to aban
' Pontile use of Bllyer for monetary
' AI3 Bllvcr dollars now In circulation
nro a lCRal tender for the payment of
"ail debts, public and private, and tho
"government tynkw no discrimination
vhutover against silver money. All
'legislation has boon directly In favor
of tho metal in tho attempt to sup
'port it, and in conscquenco, the ''dls-
crimination" has roally and seriously
''been against tho gold.
A Tho old Trade Dollar Is not a legal
vtendor, and for that reason went out
vnf user It Is not supported by the
'government gold reserve, and conse
quently It cannot be exchanged for a
'gold dollar nor for a legal tender sil-
ver or paper dollar. It is, therefore.
"Vorth only, about 50 cents, although
Junius the dollar stamp of thu United
"States on its face. This is clear proof
'of what our silver money would bo
'worth If It were not interchangeable
-'With gold. The mure stamp of tho
'TJuUed State-?, or 0"f any other qoun
try,C()uh not make it worth, in pur
chasing power, more than about 50
"cents, its cnmmcic-iiil value In
t The ropaal of tho Shormm law did
not in any way affect tho $u12G,U00,G00
ofsllver now in thu treas.ary, and in
'circulation, imlc.s,lndced, it strength-
'ntlffl tl ' VlllllO mill Itu lliultlnn Xa
- 'good money. Thu "gold bi.gH" are
rjor, trying to destroy the use of this
silver. On the contrary, nil advocates
-of sound money want to continue it
x in Mfe quantities in use as good
. . " The government las merely quit
making any more silver dollars. That
la all the "demonetizing" that has
'been done. The ailycr we havo Is as
good, as inonoy, as It ever was, and
'Will remain so, unless the free coin
age pnople Biicccod in putting us on a
tree silver basis, iu which evont it
would not bo worth more than half
its present value, if, indeed, it would
eventually bo woith that. And it
would, for a time at least, be a good
deal harder to get one of the cheap
silver dollars under free coinage than
jt Is to got a good silver dollar now,
because all gold would go out of clr
culatlpn, and we should have much
less money than now, to say nothing
of ijs greatly reduced purchasing
There is absolutely no "demonetiz
ing'" of silver, iu the tense, the word
U understood by tho mass of voters.
It Is used merely to deceive and mis
lead Pollais Or What.
Henry Clark of Marsland was in
Geo. Zimmerman of Liborty
wns in Lawn Saturday.
Tho fine rain which caino Sun
day afternoon will do lots of good.
Tho barbor of Liborty was do
ing tho barbor act for the boys of.
Ltrivn Inst week.- '
JB. L. Stnuck a barber of Har
rison, formerly ' of Homingford,
took diunor in Lawn last wook.
0. Klemko was petting 'om up lo
tho boys a few days ago It's a
girl a big ouo, u nice one, his
only ho says.
J. P. Hazard, Co. Snrvoyor, who
has boon laid up in bod for a weok
from tho ofiects of a runaway team
has rocovored sufficiently to return
to his homo in Homingford.
Ranchman Mooro of tho river
wad doing business in Lnwn last
week. IJLo reports his irrigating
ditch about completed and ho will
soon bo ready to turn on tho wator.
Commissioner Barry has return
ed from his trin to Denver, lbok-
,, a it V.n 1.nA 1,nn 4V.1I Vr.l
lllg 13 AJL AlV UUU UUUU UU JLUll IVUli
and reports a good timo. Wo all
wcro glad to seo him again but ex
pected ho would return with a
bettor half; but we'll havo to wait
only a little longer, so says Brosh
ar. Business Locals.
Amorican Queon is smoked' by
ovcryono. ' l
Mowor nnd rako for sale. Frico
S10. Seo, V. O. Mounts.
Dr. Haller, Bontist, will bo
horo July 81st, "VVodncsday, ono
Try a No. 5 cigar.
Macliino Oils at Grcon's.
HATS TIIAT B nATS, AT
Tnko your produco to "Wildy's
California canned Roods 10 cents a
can at W. K. Ilcrncnll's.
Como and look at our lino of. Vo
dora .bats, at the low fijrure of
SIO! ' " Wildy.
Smoko Aincxican Queen.
Soourity Seliool Shoes at Mc
Lcod's. "Wo soli 20 pounds o raisins
for S1.00 O. J. "Wildy.
Smoko No. Scigar.
Bargains at Wildys.
Now lino of Shirts this week at
MoLood's, Good goods, low prices.
SHOES SiioksM Shoos!!! at
Paints of all kinds at Green's.
GOODS MARKED DOWN!
All trmmed goods go at ono
fourth off from former prices at
tho Millineiiy Stoke, beginning
July Gth, 1895. Miss L. Adams.
NOTIOE In ordor to make
room for our 1,000 n,aw shoos
Wo will soil our Hamilton-Brown
shoes at cost. Como nnd comparo
prices von aro paving for similar
goods elsewhere. O. J. WILDY
Notice! Now hats, Now suits,
Now undorwaro at II. B. Wildy's
at half prjeo.
' A sovon foot Piano Bindpr in
good repair, for salo or trade.
Wo all smoko No 5 cigar.
SiiOKr)of all kinds, styles nnd
prices. Can Jit any foot and pocket
book. W. K. Hernoall.
f cows, 2 to 7 years old.
1 lieifur, 10 months old, with calf,
2 heifers 6 months old.
: steers 0 "
1 bull 0 "
Sec. 7-20-51. Lawn,' Nob.
Ordinance No. 34,
An ordinance levying taxes for the year 1605
to defray tlwt general and incidental expenses of
said village and making the annual appropria
tions for said year,
lie It ordained by the chairman and board of
trustees of tho villaKO of ueminglord, Nebraska.
Section 1. That thero bo and is hereby levied
upon all tho taxablo property of tho vlllsee of
Itemingford, Nebraska, a tax of ton mills on
each dollar valuation thereof, as shown by the
assessment rolls for the year 1893. to defray the
Kenora I auu incidental expenses or said vtlUge
Section 3. That there be and is herobv levied
against each mate inhabitant of said village,
between tho ago of 21 aud 50 years, except luna
tics, pautwrs, Idiots, and U.S. pensioner a, a pull
tax of 1.00 for thojear lbt5.
Section 3. That for tho year 1SS3 there bo and
is hereby appropriated Out of the revenues de
rived from the luxes levied to defray tho genoral
and tnciuontai expense or. said village the sev
eral amounts lor tho spooino objects namod
heroin as follows:
For salary of Villago Attorney - 50.00
" Trtnuurur - - 10.00
" Cleric . - HLOU
" " Overseer of etroels 50.00
" " Printing - - 20.00
" Incidental Expenses - - 120.00
- km , ToUl taoaoo
Boctiqn 4. That this ordlnanon shall take ef
fect and he In f orce from and after its pastage
and publication according to law.
raised and approved July 15th, 1803.
Chairman Hoard of Trustee of the Yilage of
W. M. JOPENCJC,
8EAL.J Village Cleric,
Ho. J. W. Wh. Jr., Iteitfuter.
Ho. F. M. IIroomb, Itcceiter. ,
pArtie hiivinir notices la thin column are re
q nectal to TPnit the mmn caref nil y and retort to
thin oflieo for com-ction any orroro that mar
oiiet. n1l will preTont pomible Uolar in
Land Ofllco at Alliance. Neb.. July U, Wi.
Noticola horobr xlvcn that tho following
named settler lifts fdod notico of liln Intention to
mnko final proof in rinppnrt of hi claim and
that fatd proof will w rondo lx'fore Ita?lntcr or
Itoceltor at Allianco, Nob., on Bcpt 5, 1895, viz:
of Dnnlap, Neb, who ma5o H. b. No. 2812 for
Llio HKaK 19. tu 29. m 49 w.
He namca th following wltnoonoa tr provo M
continnoua rralrienoo upon and cultivation of
Mid land, t): Arthnr M. IlartMt, of Clmtlron,
Neb., llarrr Ij. Ilartlctt, Charles h. Waldren,
Joehna U. Conslns of I)un1ap, Nob.
J. W. Wkun. Jn., KpRUtor.
r in i "- t
I.and Ofllco at Alllanw?, Nob., Jnly 17, 1805.
Notioo Is iuinbv alrnn Uiat tlin foil owl r
named wAUer hat tiled notloo of tils Intention
to mal.-o final proof in snpport of hid claim, and
that said proof will bo mado before tlio reflliitr
or root'lver, at AlUanco, Neb., on Auf. 21, ItCJ5,
of Lawn, Neb., who mado n k No. UC3 for the
n w !4 neo 82. tp 87 n, rn 5! vr.
ILo names (ho followuis witneflftps to provo his
continuous rcnklanco upon and cultivation of
ald land, vlr.t Vrank 1'rokop, John l'osvar,
John Uartn, Jolin Hodlacrlc, all of Lwn, Kcli.
.1. W. Wkhn, Jn., ltoflUtor.
Lsnd Ofllco at Allianco, Ncbr., .Inly 17, 18!W.
Notion is hereby clvcn that tlio followlntr-
namod settler lias filed notice of his Intention
to mako final proof in support of hi claim, and
that said proof will bo mailo U-roro liegitter
and llMOOivcr at AllianotvNeb., oa Aog. 24, lji95.
of Dunlap, Neb., who mada tt e No. 5977 foe tho
8 K U ec. 0, ti 29 n. rg 41 v. k
Ho namog tho fullowlns wUni'Bfics to provo
Mr continuous ronidcnco upon und cultivation
of aid land, vte: llacharlali I). Olmiherlclc,
Willis Buttles, CliarU's OUon, Oscar V. Ctos
WBlte, all of Oanlap, Neb
J. W. Wehn, Jr. lteglstor.
Lund pOlcx nt Allianco, Nob., Jnly 0. 1HW.
Notlco is hnrehy glvon thnt tho following
nnmod settlor has tiled notico'of his intention to
mnko final proof in mintort of IiIh claim, and
that said proof will bo mado boforo Itrwifltfr and
ltocolrer at Allianco, Neb., on Anc. V, lfcUS, viz:
CHAltLEB O. HUCKE,
of HernlnRfiird, Nob., who mado u. k. no. IRIS,
for tho lota 3 &4 nnd k !i sw H boo 4, tp '7 n, rg
llo namns tho following witneesos to provo hit
continuous ro&ldonce upon and cultivation of
Raid l;nd, viz: Lnko 1'hllIipB, Ford Doddt.,
Joseph K Noal, JoRpph BhaatT.allof HomlnB
furd, Neb. J. V. NYkhh, Jn., Register.
Land OUlcoat AlHanee, Nob., .Tune 20,1891.
Notlco is hereby giron that tlio followinR
namod sotUor has fdod notico of lii intention
to mako final proof in support of his clnlrn, and
that said proof will bo mado before ltotrister
and lloubivar at Alliance, Nob., on August 3,
of Dnnlap, Nob., who mado II. E. No. 3218 for
tho H 14 U KliSKHNWU N E H B H
so.1 IT, twp 29. r -18. ,
Ho nmes tho followinff witnesses to provo
his continuous residence npon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Martin Barnpln, Kd Mnrrnnil,
l'etor Hall, 11. C. Fenner. all of Dnnlap, Nob.
J. V. VVXlIMi Jli., Register.
Land OHIce at Allianco, Nob., Jnno S 181)5.
Notion is liorebv irlen tliattlin fiillnwlnc num.
od settlor has filed notice, of his intanttou to
mako lmal proof in support of his claim, and
uiaienui proor win oemaue oojoro umioror
Rocolver at Alliance, Neb., on August 0,ltW. viz:
I1YIION II. HORDITT, '
of IlemlnKford, Nob., who mado H. I!, no. H09
for thn lots 1 nnd 2 and U Km w H sec 7, twp 26
n, It 50 w.
I!n IlAmen thr, fnllnvrtnur tsHfiintaaa 4r. nrn.A
hlajcontlnuons rosidoncfl upon ami cullhaton
or sam lanu, viz: rotor u. unristensrn, Charles
h. ltosouborffor, ChriBt Hansen, U. Jlenuiiik'S.nll
of llouiinxford. Neb. Also,
fj:ti:k k. ciiribtehsen.
of iiemlngtord. Nob., who mado n e so. 10T3 for
thn n o M seo 18, tp 2(5 n, r M) w.
jio namos mo loiiowms witnossosto prove his
xieniiugioru, neu. Also,
CHARLES E. ItOSEIinERGER.
of Hcmlnsford; Neb., who madoii k no. 1573 for
tho sw soo 12. tp 20 n, r 50 w.
jio names tno loiiowinK witnesses to provo nls
continuous riwidonco upon and aultUntion of,
oald land, viz: Myron H. Hnrdltt, Christ Han
sen, Peter K. ChrfsUanson, O. Hennings, all of
CHRIST HANSEN, .
of Homingford, Hob., who mado H n No. 1713 for
tho n V n o H soo 13, tp 20 u, r 61 w, and n'i nw
H soo 18, tp 20 n, r 50 w.
no ; namoB xno touowing witnossosto provo his
continuous residence upon and culthatlonof,
said land, viz: diaries K. Kmumlmrirnr. llvroi,
H. Hurditt, l'etor K. ChriBUonsen, C. Hennings,
all of Huminuford. Nobr
J W. Wrrw, Jb.. Rogistcr.
- Land OUlce at Allianco, Nob.. June 1", 16.M.
Notleo is horebv given that tho folio w)nc
nnmed settlor 1ms filed notlco of bis Intention to
make final proof In support of his claim, and
that said proof will bo mado boforo Register or
Rocolver ut Allianco, Nob., on Jnly 20, 10Q3, vizt
of Dunlap, Neb... wllo miido II. E. No. 1392 for
tho o IS n o tt sw U no !i and s o H n w U see 13,
no names tho lollowing witnesses to provo his
continuous residence npon and cnlthatlon of
said land, viz: L.II. Powell, of Herainpford,
Neb., Jehu Patterson. of Chadron, Neb., Hetlry
W. Follows, of Ida, Nob., f'.W. Minard.of Dun
lap, Nob. J. W. Wehn, Jit., Register.
Land Office at AUianco, Nob., May IS, 1605.
Notico is hereby given that tho following nam
od settler has tiled notico of his intention to
mako hull proof in support of bis claim, and
thataidtropf will be made beforo L. A. Dor
rtntston, U. 9. Conrt Commissioner, at Chadron
Nob., on July 27. 1693, viz:
MARY E. BARTLETT,
of Chadron, Neb., who mado II. E. No. 2101 for
the lots 3 Jc 4 and E BW Boo. 7, tp B) n.Tg 47 w.
Bho names tho following witnossos to prove
her continuous residenco upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Charles Waldren. Euuone
Patterson, Hugh Phipps, Joshua Cousins, all of
If no protest bo ontored on day set for proof,
testimony already submitted will bo considered.
J. W. WrtiN, Jb.. Register.
Siierifl's Foroolosure Solo
Hy virtno of an ordor of salo issue out of thv
dtatrct court of Box llutto county, Nebraska,
npon a judgment and a decree of foreclosure
Association as plaintiff and against Jamos W.
Roberts, W. J. Earnest, lloleu E. Earnest, Ho-
rations, earnest, anu Amy A. earnest as de
fondants; I will on tho 20th day of Aug. A. D
lfcA". at ten o'clock in thd forenoon at the wosl
lfcA", at ten o clock in tho forenoon at tho wost
front door of the court bouse in tho villago of
llomingfordln said county, offer for sale and
sell at public vendno to tno highest bidder for
cash in hand tho following described mortgaged
promises and real estate, sltnate in said county
to-wit: Lots one (1) and two (2) in block
twelve (12) of tho town (now village) of Hem
ingord, in said county. 'i-
E. A. Hao Sheriff.
A. W Cnrrra, Attorney for Plaintiff.
First publication July 10, 1805.
In tho District Conrt of Rox llutto County.
II ILLVIIAtiTOVTcWonKS, Plaintiff, )
Maiuxub DiQiurp. Defendant. )
Marinas UeUran: deindant will take notice
that on tho 17th day of July, 1805, Uellville Btovo
Works, a corporation duly organized and exist
ing under aud by vlrtne of tho laws of tho ttato
of Illinois, plaintiff herein, filed its iotition in
the district court of Rox llutto county, Nebras
ka, against said defendant, tho object and
prayer of which aro to recover a judgment
asainst fcaid defendant for the snm of S2G3.17
upon an aecouut f or goods sold and delivered.
by the plaintiff to tho defendant at the ten nest
ot bald defendant. And that said plaintiff has
caused an order of attachment to po issued in
said action and levied on real property of Mid
defendant in Rox Rutto County, Nebraska, to-
wit: Lot IS In Hlock 20, in the village
lngford, according to the recorded pla
village, which property tho plaintiff
have sold according to law and the
lxt 18 in uiock 20t in the village ot mm-
ilat of. said
thereof applied to tho payment ot Its claim
against tne defendant and costs or suit.
You are required to answer said petition on or
before the 2nd day of Sep tern Mr, 180.
Heixviixe Utove Wobxs, Plaintiff.
Ry W. M.Iodknck, itaAttornoy.
A new lot of Bhoes Just received
W. K Ilerncall.
A Word to the Wise.
We have now Our store filled with
ojcenew desirable and cheap new
frootto and arc in position to supply
tho demand of tho trado more Batis
factory than over before. Our groc
eries aro always clean and Jrcsli and
can show you Bomo exceptional bar
gains in dried, evaporated and can
ned fruits. Our G cent raisins are as
good as the market supplies.
Wo show a nicer, larger and best
assortment of 5 cent prints in this
wholo country. Onr ginghams, out
ing flannel, satccliB, ami all descrip
tion of dress goods aro of latest style,
best of fabrics, nnd a whole lot
cheaper than tho cheapest. v-
Wo show tho biggest lino of ladles'
gents, misses and children's hose in
Hox Uutto County.
Bring your spring chickens, butter
nnd eggs, and get your money's wortli
rilTdduble at Wlldy's the oldest aud
Your humbla servant,
C. J. WILDY.
Now Sliort Lino to Helena, Bntto
Spokane, Seattle and Tacoina.
o 5 7 p 1 Pj
fee m gg .$
Sol is h
er I h
S 1,2.98 5 y
! a ji
Silks, Lawns, Cashmeres, Underwear
in suits and all tho latest novelties in Dross Fabrics, for tho coming season, in toxturo, finish,
flowors of spring. Thoy
Satisfy tin. Closest Scr-ULtirrsr
and evoko tho unqualilied praiso of all who behold them. Unremittcnt study of tho prevail-,
ing stylo in YOgue, and strict attontion to tho most exacting wants of my patronage
makes my store in tho estimation of tho refined and tasty, tlio
whereat to procuro the daintiest, ....
most stylish, economical, unique
UlmMlVmtumiiwimiataium, i ...
OX BUTTE BANK.
THE OLDeWbSjNJHE COUNTY,
Does a General Banking Business.
Collections a Specialty. Foreign and East
C- A. ptJLEW, Fres-
DS3C- ;E3- GKE3:E3:E.:fcT.,
PAINTS, OILS AND
fi a Hfiavv Harnwarfi
AA AAVXJ AAVi,XWVA
Hand made fhroashont
For Ttfo Yonrs. Call and seo
I fim agont for tho celebrated
Diamond E. Glidden Balrb Wire
I nm nlwnys ready and willing
. And the
THE BUCKEYE Machines
WOKLD'S FAIR cannot bo excelled.
Tho IIOLLINGSWORTH and TIGER liny rakes wcro novor
Either of these celebrated tools will bo sold AS CHEAP
and OECEAPER than any inferior grades. .
I also keon repairs for theso
ropairs desired. Tho
Best :BI:n.cLer 'HrsrlrLe
At tho lowest living prices.
colorings, Jb as indefinably beautiful as tho varied hues of thq
Groceries at Lowest Prices.
in my Shoe
K - HERNCALU
Warranted Not to 'Eip
o Sell as Chca
which took thecako tit th
and other machines, uan go
For sale at tho
awl tho Cheapest 1
arff ' "V ....