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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
Aug. 6, 1896.
STATE TAX LEVY.
Valuation Rod need
Charged by CiHiBticc.
The state board of equalization has
completed its work and Auditor Eugene
Moor has notified each county of the
assessment charged to it and the levy
in mills. The total valuation of prop
erty in the state as returned by assess
sors is tl67,078,270.37, the average levy
of the counties is seven and eighteen
one hundredth mills, which will raise
a total revenue of 11,187.668.05."' This
total is to be divided up as follows be
tween various funds: General fund,
8835,391.35; sinking fund, $103,540.84;
school fund, $144,332.85; university
fund, 162,654.35; institute for feeble
minded, $20,884.78; relief fund $20,884.
78. Last year the total assessment
charged to the counties was $1,196,
276.83, the average levy per county be
ing six and ninety-eight one-hundredth
mills. The following shows the as
sessed valuation by counties for this
year. The levy being in mills and as
sessment charged to each county:
AssesKed Val- Levy
of Property. Mills
- W,Z 4H
8.871. m 67
2. 106.436 84
I. 398 82
I. 396 50
II. 423 86
II, 210 58
I. 853 10
. 16.827 77
II, 698 87
1, 467,429 80
. 500.364 69
, 1,537.779 50
Key a Pahs..
Total I 2167,078,270 87 I 7 .181 11,187.688 95
The corn crop near Superior promises
to be very large.
The Kearney oatmeal factory is now
running full time.
The Beatrice canning factory will
begin operations next week.
6t. Edward citizens want to vote
bonds to secure fire protection. -
The corn crop in southeastern Ne
braska is going to be a hummer.
A company has been organized in
Fremont to manufacture chicory.
A Fremont small boy and matches
was responsible for the loss of Fred
Harlan county in the future will not
allow any claim for the extermination
of the Russian thistle.
The fifth annual reunion of old
soldiers of Dodge county was held at
North Bend this week.
Two Gage county farmers who have
threshed their wheat report a forty-
four and fifty bushel yield per acre.
(since the recent rains farmers are
letting loose of their old corn, and
considerable amount of it is being
A. G. Shaw and wife and Carrie Hun
ter of Valentine were poisoned last
week by eating blackberry jam put up
in a tin can.
The latest fakir to pass through Ne
braska journeyed through Dakota City
a few days ago. He was clad in a paper
suit and is going around the world in
this garb on a wager of $10,000.
The Frontier county agricultural
society will hold its sixth annual fair
at Stockville, September 37 to 30 inclu
lve. No man in these troublous times
should miss the relaxation that such a
meeting as this gives.
The Butte Gazette says concerning
crop prospects in Boyd county: "The
great question now confronting many
of our farmers is where they are going
. to store their grain, and vacant houses
havs consequently become worth i
In clubs of ten or more, Cam
paign Subscriptions 10c each. No
r 'r.sai Tiulei cure biliousness.
A PARMER INJURED,
FELL UPON A PITCHFORK
His Body Pierced la a Fatal Spot aad
Physician Pronounce His Case Hopeleaa
Narrow Escape From Death of a Iitfll
Attbcbx, Neb., Aug. 5. A fatal acci
dent occurred day before yesterday on
the Missouri Pacific, some six miles
northwest of here. Doctors were called
from here and they bring back the
facts. William Hawkins, a farmer liv
ing in the village, while getting off of
the high side of a box hay rack had
one of his feet caught some way and
he tumbled to the ground, falling on
the end of a pitchfork handle. IIo
had thrown the fork to the ground be
fore starting to get down. The tines
sticking in the ground held the fork
handle upright. The handle was forced
some six inches into the body, passing
through the bladder. , He can not re
CHILD'S NARROW ESCAPE
Went to Bleep in the
Over by a Baggy.
Hastings, Neb., Aug. 5. Dr. King
had a rather strange experience last
evening, which, while possibly
making him the means of saving the
life of a little tot of a girl, came very
nearly causing him to be instrumental
in her death. He had driven several
miles into the country on a profession
al visit, accompanied by a physician
from Fairfield. When within a quar
ter of a mile of the house to which
they were going the horse suddenly
shied at an object lying directly in its
path. The occupants , of the buggy
felt the rear wheel bound over some
thing and were startled to hear the
scream of a child. Getting out they
found a little girl belonging to the
place to which they were going. She
had wandered down the road and be
coming tired had gone to sleep. The
buggy made a slight scalp wound.
Long Trip of a Youngter.
Grand Island, Neb., Aug. 5.
The other day at Grand Island a lad
eight years old was left off the west
bound Union Pacific train who, entire
ly unaided except by railway and steam
ship officials, had traveled from Den
mark to this point. His name, Peter
Peterson, was written on a label, as
also bis destination, and as the boy
could not speak a word of English, he
was transported much like an express
package. His parents in Denmark had
both died and his only relative in the
old country was a brother much
younger than he. He was sent to
Dannebrog, this state, where he will
live with his uncle, Rev. Peter Peter
Hall Damage Overestimated.
Edgar, Neb., Aug. 5. As reports
come in from the country throughout
the hailed district in Clay county it
appears that farmers overestimated
their damage in many instances.
Many of them find on going carefully
through their fields that considerable
portions have been left untouched by
the hail and that some of the earliest
corn, even where the hail was severe,
will still mature quite a respectable
crop. It Is now thought that through
out the hailed district nearly, it not
quite, half a crop will be harvested.
This is quite a different estimate than
it was believed possible to give last
week. Edgar and vicinity seems to
have been in the very center of the
Fall Broke His Neck.
Sidney, Neb., Aug. 5 Leopold Mack,
a prominent member of the Bohemian
colony southeast of Sidney, was killed
Monday by being thrown from a load
of grain. By some means the double
tree came loose from the heavily
loaded wagon and frightened the
horses and in his efforts to bold the
team he was pulled from the top of
the load, falling upon his head and
shoulder. His neck was broken by the
Close of the Salem Chautauqu,
Salem, Neb., Aug. 5. The inter
state Chautauqua closed Sunday night
with a sacred concert. The auditorium
was crowded and great enthusiasm was
displayed throughout the entertain'
ment. At the close Rev. Rosewarea
offered a series of resolutions common
datory of the zeal and labors of Mana
ger Davis and pledging the active sup
port of the locality in coming years.
Throughout the day the grounds were
crowded with people who enjoyed the.
ctu.au jr gruvo nuu piaiaurin euurw.
Overcome by Heat.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 5. Frank Can
ning, a machinist in the Union Pacific
shops, residing at 1408 North Sixteenth
street, was so overcome by the heat
while at work yesterday that he fainted
and came near dying. He was taken
to his home in the Union Pacific am-s
bulance and medical assistance called.
He was declared out of danger this.
STATE NEWS NOTES
The populist state convention meets
today (Wednesday) at Hasting.
Preparations are under way at Oma
ha for the execution of Claude Hoover.
The hemp and twine company at
Fremont has commenced cutting a 160-
acre field of hemp.
Philip Hildebrand, a Burlington
switchman at Plattsmouth was over
come byi the heat yesterday afternoon,
and wasVcarried to his home: uncon
scious. ' t -' ;
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PREPARING THE CALLOWS
Sheriff of Douglas County Arranging
Omaha, Aug. 4. Sheriff McDonald
commenced active preparations yester
day morning for carrying out the man
date of the supreme court in the case
of Claude Hoover, convicted of the mur
der of Samuel DuBois and sentenced
to be hanged on Friday of this week.
The sheriff made arrangements for
the construction of the palisade which
is to enclose the space about the scaf
fold, and the work of erecting the en
gine of death will be commenced in the
The sheriff received a note from Gov
ernor Holcomb this morning to the ef
fect that the executive had declined to
interfere with the action of the court.
The question of admitting spectators
to the execution has given the sheriff
considerable annoyance, but plans have
been about completed for regulating
thU matter. . The sheriffs of about
fifteen counties in Nebraska and west
ern Iowa have signified their intention
of being present, and will be admitted
on account of their official position. A
large number of physicians have also
applied for admission, and several will
be allowed to be present. The news
paper representatives will form another
section of the witnesses, and the neces
sary deputy sheriffs will be detailed
for duty. Aside from those enumerated
above, the sheriff says the number ad
mitted will be very small, and he has
not yet determined just who will bo
given tickets of admission. The en
closure about the scaiioid wm e small
and therefore the "umber admitted
must be limited.
NEBRASKA POPS DIVIDED.
Mlddlo-of-the-Boad Hen Promise to
Make a Fight la the Convention.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 4. The Populist
state nominating convention will be
held at Hastings, Wednesday, and,
judging from present indications,
(hero will be a bitter contest, though
the middle-of-the-road men are in a
Leaders of the middle of the road
faction assert that Governor Holcomb
and Senator Allen have entered into a
compact with the Bryan managers by
which they are to deliver the Ne
braska vote to Bryan and Sewell, and
in return Bryan's influence is to be
used to procure a Democratic indorse
ment of the Populist State ticket
They refuse to be bound by such an
agreement. That they are strong
nough to prevent the renomination
of Governor Holcomb no one believes,
hut they announce their intention to
make a fight that will pave the way
for a straight ticket in ease an under
taking should seem practicable.
It Is intimated by those in a position
to know that electors will be named
as Bryan men and they will not at
tempt to instruct them for, Sewall
also. Whether the minority will
make a fight for Watson remains to
be seen, bnt the leaders hope to bo
able to avoid a fight on that issue by
ignoring the vice presidential question
altogether. Their plan is to nam an
electoral commission composed of two
Democrats, two free silver Republi
cans and four Populists.
Calls for Many Dollars.
Nebraska City, Neb., Aug. 4.
While Attorney John V. Morgnn was
looking over the papers of the late
Eugene Wuhelm at his old home near
this city, he fdund an Adams Express
order for $1,500, issued in 1853 at Pla-
cerville, Cal , and sent by Willhelm to
his wife, Martha Wilhelm and payable
to her order. Why the order was never
cashed Mrs. Wuhelm, who is a very
old lady, is unable to explain. The
head office of the company m New
York has been notified that the order
has been placed in the bank for collec
tion. It remains to be seen whether
the order will be honored by the com
pany after all these forty-three years.
Reports of Rain .
Chapman, Neb., Aug. 4. Corn in
this vicinity has been in need of rain
for several days, and last night the
heavens opened and three inches of
moisture escaped before they closed.
This will insure an immense crop of
corn if something unforseen does not
Shelby, Neb., Aug. 4. Over three
inches' of rain fell here yesterday
morning, and corn will now readily
fill out ar it is in the ear.
Bland to Oo Bast With Biyan.
Lkbaxoit, Mo., Aug. . Bx-Con
gressman Richard P. Bland and wife
left to-day for Lincoln, Neb., to join
Mr. and Mra Bryan and acootnpany
them on their trip to Mew York. Mr.
Bland will present Mr. Bryan to the
people at each stop on the way from'
Lincoln to JNew York.
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 4. State engin
eer Akers has allowed the irrigation
claims of the Monroe ditch which
heads in Platte county, the Tillson
ditch, in Buffalo, and the McCarthy
ditch in Holt county.
STATE NEWS NOTES
Sheriff Nelson of Beatrice took from
the Tecumseh jail the person of Frank
Incerham who will have to answer in
Gage county for the theft of horses.
The Kendall and Tef t flouring mill
three miles northeast of vvaverly was
burned to the ground Saturday night.
Company B in Camp.
FtrttEKTON, Neb., Aug. 4. Company
B, N. N. O., commanded by Captain
Smith, went into camp this morning at
the fair grounds, at this place. The
company will remain in camp until the
today. Captain Smith says the time
will be spent by the men in drilling,
doing guard duty and witnessing the
sport which is located on the camping
grounds. The sports will consist of
trotting and pacing races, bicycle
I races and a game of ball between
u Albion and Fullerton teams. Nearly
I all citixent were on the grounds to set
stne boys perform. l
Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges
tion and permits food to ferment and putrify in
the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache,
Insomnia, nervousness, and,
if not relieved, bilious fever
or blood poisoning. Hood's
Pills stimulate the stomach,
rouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, con
stipation, etc. 25 cents. Sold by all druggists.
The only fills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
HE STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
1 List of the Officers, Members, and Executive
Committe of People's Party of Nebraska,
OFFICBRS STATE COMMITTEE.
Chairman J. A. Edgerton, Lincoln.
. Secretary Frank D. Eager, Lincoln.
1 reasurer Austin tl. let, j-iucom. - .
STATS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
First District C. W. Hoxle. Lincoln.
Second District C. A. Whitford, Arlington.
Third District U. Nelson, Kicmana.
Fourth District B. R. B. Weber, Valparaiso.
Fifth District D. S. Dusenbery, Nelson.
Sixth District-J. W. Elhnghara, North Platte-
M . E. Shafto......... Ashford
..J. A. Bi
..J. K. N
Weal. ............ Hemingiora
rown. .............. .ueorge Bines...
...John A. Miller...
,...E. W Peterson.,
,.W. H. Taylor
..John H. Filber...
.A. B. Sutten
.G. P.Crabb. ..
C. I. Osborne....
. G. W. Nagle..
...So. Sioux City
C. W. Beal.
M. B. Slocum.,
D.iwes... .... L. Gibson.
,...C, W. Schram.,
..R. D Kelly....
..X. . Valker Benkieman
.., John J. Burlto Geneva
...J.-M. Dimmick .Macon
. .Wm. Reed Stockville
...C. F. WheelerBeaver City
...E. E. Ellis Beatrice
T. G. Hemmett-.Burwell
5. B. Yoeman Elwood
Grant H. Greathouse Hyannis
Greely .....James Barry Greely Center
Hall.... n. a. n.awarus....uruuu isiaaa
Hamilton r. M. Howard....Aurora
Harlan Theo. Maher Alma
Hayes - I. E. Hammond.. .Hayes Cental
Hitchcock. ......... .ueo. w. carter.... uiice
Holt .........Ham Kautzman..O'Nelll
Hooker...... .........W. B. Barnaby... Mullen
Howard C B. Manuel St. Paul
efhrson.............-Thad Williams.... f airbury
ohnson....... ........ Fred Kohn -Crab Orchard
Kearney G. J. Richmond... Minden
Keith J. W, Miendan....Ogallala
Keya Paha...........John F. Carr Springview
Kimball John Biggs Kimball "
Knox John f. Leoger...Niobrara
Lancaster C. W. Hoxie Lincoln
Lincoln 1. W. Ellingham...North Platte
Logan W. Ginn .....Gandy
Loud ..J. F. Anderson....Taylor
XHHU15UU ...... lEUMlHi, iiunwi.
McPherson ......... .Ben Wilson ........Tyron
Merrick. M. H. Rawlins Archer
Nance ...... ...........Wm. Dawson Fullerton
Nemaha D.I.Wood Bratton
..D. s. DusenDerv.. Nelson
,.T. I. 'lunimer.....rawneet-ty
..Frank Coates. Elsie
,..A. J. Shaffer ..Holdrege
,.V. A. Bouce Foster
.John S. Freeman.Columbns
1. a. Sheridan indianoia
..J. M. Whittaker-Falls City
,.W. T. rtullips...
. Basse tt
.Wilbur Savaee Wilber
..George Becker. ..Richfield
B. R. B. Weber. .Valparaiso
Scotts Bluff W. J. Sentery Gering
Seward.... M.D.Carey Seward
Sheridan....... -.. ... H. J. Staunchfield.Rushville
Sherman........ . H. M. Mathews Loup City
Sioux -Wm. J. Raum Harrison
Stanton... . ....-W. H. forter -Stanton
Thayer. F. S. Mickey Hebron
Valley v-. Avers..
-W. I. Wiltsie-
C. A. Munn Ord
. .C. A. Whitford. Arlington
H. B. MiUer -Winside
....... H. L. Hopkins Cowles
.C. E. Parsons Bartlett
J. D. P. Small. York
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Blocks one () and two zt or i.incom view
Annex, loteicht (S) in block thirteen (13) ot Kin
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The southeast quarter of the southwest quarter
oft-etton eleven (1!) toweship ten (10) ransre
six (6) east of the 6th P. M. Lot one (1 1 in
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Blocks flve(5) slx(6) seven(7) and eluhtlS) In Lin
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quarter of tbe northwest quarter of the south
west quarter of section eleven (11). township
ten (10) ranee six (6) east ot the 6th P. M. All
In Lancaster county Nebraska.
Ulven under my hand this aay oi juiy a.
t JOHN J. TKOMrKN.
LAMB & ADAM'S
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auila U hareby lvn. That by Tirtscofaa
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county and town in Nebraska. Liberal
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Badge Co. 1122 M. St., Lincoln, Neb.
It Is J net Wonderful
The time the Union Pacifio "Overland"
r AST mail No. 3 makes to Ogdek, Salt
Lake, Butte, Helena, Portland, Seattle'
San Francisco and Los Angeles. This-
Daily Meteob has- the finest eaninment
consisting of Pullman Palace and Uphol
stered Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclining
Chair Care, and Diner. For full informa
tion call on or address IS. 15. Hlosson,
General Agent, 1044 0 St., or J. T. Mas
tin, C. T. A.
Hints to Tourists Where to go and what
Is the subject of a little pamphlet pub
lished by the Northwestern line giving a
large amount of information regarding
the lake regions of Minnesota and
eonsin. For a cony address city ti
agent, 117 So. 10th St., Lincoln,
If you read this paper and like it, send
your subscription at once to the Inde
pendent Pub. Co., Lincoln, Neb.
fiiojole for Sale.
An entirely new bicycle for sale,
wheel that retails everywhere at 90.00.
Our price 50. Call and see it before
buying, or address the
. Independent Pub. Co.,
1122 M St., Lincoln, Neb.
Populist Hand Book.
We have on hand a few copies of Mr.
Fdgprton's Populist Hand Book, for
'895, which gives an account of the
'rauds in state institutions; legislative,
extravagance, Governor Holcomb's mes
sage, facts on the silver question, etc
tc. Send 5 cents for Bingle copy or 2f
tents for six copies. Independent Pub
lishing Co., 1122 M street, Lincoln, Neb.
YELLOW STONE PAKE
Is more and more impressing itself
upon the public, as the years go by, as
being the great park of the land. The
strong feature of it is the fact that it ia
not a man made park, irue enouga
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the park is the grander forit. Send Chas,
S. Fee, Gen. Pass. Agt. Northern Pacific
R. U. 6c for Wonderland '90 and real
about the park.
Delinquent subscribers must pay up, at
leapt in part.
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