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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1890)
,t, Jew S, 18BO,
Crnrwii ctatb mxTio
tltHMMtanitarttmof toe state of S
wwM to send delegate from
miaul eoeati M meet la convention
I Mt city of Useola, Wednesday. Jnly
LatiaWaek I. for tba oarpo
IMag ta -meaiaattoa caad-dstsc tut ta
Auditor T Public MtNM
MHMVtaMadfmt t Public 1-artruction.
Aa4 Um tnaaaetioa of MMbotaer butner
' at) aay eon hefess tbeeonveotkm.
; Ik several cee.ot.ee are entitled torepre
Hat Us fnllmri. being baaed upon tlx
Vote eaat far Boa. George H. Hastings, pre!
wawtlsl elector In last, (trine one deleave
M-taraa ta each county, aad oaa for each lit
aw ta Major faction thereof.
covirrna, uil.I rocrrixs. dc
Aii,- , n Kearnev
Arthar vKey Pahi
AnU.lf.pe 10 Keith
. 1 Kimball
. ! Lincoln
. f Red Willow.
..It iScotr Bluff .
- Tbo-n- s
. 4 Thornton
. ft w ayne
, 4 Weorter
, 7 w heeler-
- 7 Unorglaed Ter
li - -
It recommended that no praxis, be admi'
tad to the eonrentlon; tbat each count
convention elect alternate, and tbat tti
delegates present be aatbexised to eaat tli
fall rot of the delegation.
L. D. Richabd, Chairman.
Watt H. Suit, Secretary.
: Bqmfelteta C ty CtwireaUom.
A convention of the republican of Slou
aaaaty la hereby called to meat at the cour
ooitl In Harrison, on Saturday July It, 1
M W o'clock a. to., to elect I delegate to tti
etwee convention ta be bald at Lincoln c
JNOy V, UC,aad deteg.te to tbe eoigre
alaoal eaaraaUoa of taeM diatrlct; S del
fata ta the aenatorUl eoureutiou of U.
UvbdletrVet; tdalaa;.taa to the repraeeut
ti ra eoaTenticm of the Md diatrtrt, and t
yaaea ta aoaiiaaUoa a eandldUte for count
a nam lai In kier froji the tint dlaurlet and
eaadld.te for oacuMjr attar ooy.and to trail -at
aacb other boalneaa aa nay proper
name before the ooorenlten. Tbe eerer
pwclagU are entitled to representation
follow, betas baed on the vote caatfo
Boa. Ueo. H. Haatlng, for pre.deutitd ele.
tor in KM:
Lower Ha.ialu( Mtor
lt 1 raeeouaatended tbat no proxie be tu
Battled, bat tbt those deleft .tea preei.
from any precinct be empowered to cast tl
ola of the fall dalafatlou.
L. J. atmoos,
PottticsJ MtptfuU aa- thick ta Buffal
000017. Owa. Cotvnor is ia iba ftld fo
gorsraor and Judjre Baiar is expactiD.
iOiatraatiiMM-l ligfataUDg to strike bini
Tike political nue ia fiaa tor all this year.
Bmmmgwmj, the s4ravrarer of Mis
aiarpai, araa foosxi gaiftjr of Uii'.ng V
tan owe to his surrasear $8t5.812.U
Www tastaooatl to ! raari in th
yiaaliatltij. Hwasitad his inoouetk.
hi apsex-tt ti tar tha trardact m brottgti'
toUtxutoimf. Th cm bw beea ip
I to ths sajpasnv cotirt ajid tba da
Oh Um SofJoajt, Usa day prior t.
t aUTwr kaU aa taksti in tba bou
Ht M tbat tia Kr. Doner flopt
GMri Mri Mtad lor (pa silver COiaaVe.
Hkft2 rHf m tst chwinrtafl ot
tLtlXM' dmmitim o eaokiog acai
crpg-y hM wm iaswatiBkUar m fittk
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'if- hi pwrtioo oa
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Ca CzsMMt - MM?.
Oednr IW Nance
Cherry e fHoe
Cotf x t Perkins
la-nlim I, 'Pierce
Ceater Mj Phelpa
Daw a ! Polk
A CkAtaTc Of OwMnUp.
liftca tbe last iaaue a chbbga baa te-
Cwtmi ia tbe owMrefcip of Thb Jot knal,
th unde aned lthviftf irihaaJ tiv
iataHwt and gwal trill of W. E. Patter
oa. As ttiere ts 00 change in tlie editor
ial maoajaiueat, there will be no ctaMigv
a tha otauduct of the paper, but it will
be ooBiinued oa the same Unas followed
for the past year.
The job work will be) in charge, of skill
A workmen and it Will be our endeavor
to keep the paper and all matters con
nected with it fully up to tbe times.
Thanking the patrons for past courte
4ies and hoping to merit a continuance
if the bmdc, we remain
I. J Snmom.
As to the pech quoted from so freeh
iy the Herald, we venture the asftertiot)
without fear of sucressful contradiction
hat the only delivery Mr. Dory made
f that speech was when he delivered the
lianuscrtpt to a page to take it to the
roper clerk to have it printed to send
ut to bis constituents for campaign pur
poses. At any rate no mention of hit-
peecb was noticed in tbe reK)rts from
Washington. In votinir to commit
he bill to the committee on coinage.
weights and measures, Mr. Eorsey voted
o place the bill in the hands of men wltc
'ere directly opposed to tbe free coinajr
f silver. The arg-umeots of "liar"
'falsehood" etc, contained in the Hirald
tve tlie weight- usually tfiven to sujIi
Judging from the resolutions adopt.'
y the Dodge county republican conren-
;on which appear in another column ol
his issue, it looks as if the rpulIicao
f l -odge county do not want Mr. l or
y to be returned to congrw. Wher
s own county goes back on hire il
ould seem that tbe proper thing for
m to do would be to announce the fact
lat he would not he in the field. Tlx
-mocrats of the district de?ire that Mr
orsey be nominated for a fourth term,
r they entertain the idea that he won It'
t defeated at the polls if he . was suc-
-ssfulatthe convention. The report
mm almost all parts of the third dis
rict are that the republicans are aver
) tbe return of Mr. Dorsey and that b
. losing strength all the time, and tlx
rospects are that he will be badly de
nted when tbe convention casts th
The editor of tbe fusion-ring organ
lakes a great bowl because the repubh
in covBty central committee declined
recognise the mongrel organisation, ol
hich he is chainnao, and says it wa
mley and, Simmons who would not con
lidate. It ia admitted that both of th
ten named were opposed to . recognizing
te fusion outfit ia any manner, but th
ct is neither of them bad a vote or tlx
nest ion, as one was chairman of th
mmittee and tbe other does not belong
the committee at aQ. If any one will
ok over tbe list of names of those ot
te republican committee, and take int
nsideratioo tbe fact that there was but
ne vote ia favor of entertaining th
reposition made by. tbe fusionixts, il
ill be quite evident tbat tbe two par
ee menbooed did not run tbe commit-
. Ttw Ma of any one or two met!
1 tempting to run a committee cuin-
jsed of such, men as Eli Smith, J. A.
ireen, A. t Ujites, t.arl rejerherm, W.
V. Hall, A. Southworth, C. E. Holmes,
D. Ureen, T. B. Snyder, S. B. Story
nd l has. C. Grove is a little too absurd
1 merit serious attention. The gang to
hicb the chairman of the fusion com
mittee beloogs has attempted to "work'
Kima of the men named, but tbey did not
iccompliah their object.
Tbe last issue of the Lorsey-postofflce-
j si 00-ring organ con ta toed a lengthy
irticle in regard to wiiat TBI Joitixal
Ktd said aa to Mr. Horsey's position on
the silver bill. Some time ago the con
gressman from this district issued a let
ter in which he stated that he was not in
avor of the free coinage of silver. The
)maba Btr of June 2cth contained the
allowing, signed by its Washington cor
SIHtaftTA DSXHOATICW'S TOTI OS HLTIR.
Tbe Nebraska delegation voted as fol
lows on tbe silver bill: ia the senate
Uaodereoo and Paaktocb were both on the
torial pledges for a 4-5000,000 ounce
purchase monthly And certificates re-
Wemable in coin and a legal tender when
the compromise failed aud tbe bill came
defore the bouse Paddock voted for tbe
Ulair atnaadnjcat restricting purchaaws
to 9B,000,000 worth a month and for tba
handler amendment restricting pur-
to the product of American
Both Maoderaon and Paddock
voted for f re aad unlimited coinage on
of Um bill la th
bowm Ooaaell aiotw of tbe dUition
boltaw th aauco bill aod voted with the
free oniewj advocatea before tbe bill
the houw aaal wa eaat to tba
HatH tjotmy aad Law voted to
th ipsalwr'a Marwace of tbe btil
to tba eomtarttee oa coinage, weights
Ooaaell aiooe voting with
iPftHiiHii to ovsrrai
Aye Af Cora i warranted to ear
ftMjaHhwwil 4hxirwrs, wh-n Ukea ao-
Ww wa Tea aesBsJW waTewv
Um arr Bamal Eft. ftalary.
George W. E: Doraey has represented
this (ustrtrt la eoogrew for tare terms
od be has actually aocomplisbed but
one thing the erection of a poetic buikd
ing at Fremont. This is all that his
home paper seems to be able to say in
his favor, and we dont know a that
amounts to a great deal, aa every man
o congress has secured tbe erection of
til the way from one to five such boild
agK To sum the whole matter up, the
Third congressional district haf been pay
ing Dorsey a salary for six years and all
the tats in return is a public building at
Fremont Now the question is, do the
people of this district wish to be longer
represented by such a stick?
Tn the contest for the republican gu
bernatorial nomination, it is Hon. L I).
Richards against the field. John M.
rhayer is not a remote possibility, Jack
M-' 'oil will have quite a following, and
the other fellows will have enough local
strength to make the contest interesting.
Mr. Richards has friends in every section
of the state who will use every effort to
-arry his candidacy to a successful issue.
And bis friends, we are pleased to say,
are not among the professional party
heelers. Those who are personally ac
quainted with Mr. Richards have tbe ut
most confidence n Ins sterling integrity,
ind his acquaintance with the wants of
tbe state, his energy and enterprise, fit
bin. for tlie position of governor as a
ihoe fits a fort For that reason tlie
ititinel favors his candidacy and will do
ill in its humble way to promote his
-a use. Columbus Sentinel.
The Lincoln 'Journal of June 29th con
tained a long article by the state geolo
gist, Prof. L. E. Hicks, on irrigation.
He notes the fact that congress lias ex
pended a vast amount of money foi
irrigating purposes in the mountainous
listricts but has done nothing for the
reat plains east of the foot hills of
the Rocky Mountions to the ninety-
teventh meridan, which is the east line
f Sheridan and Leuel counties in this
state. Prof. Hicks states the fact that
the rainfall in the territory named is suf
ficient for agricultural purposes if it
mly came at the right time, but as it
loes not always do that he believes it to
he the duty of congress to assist in tbe
work. He further states that tlie soil is
very fertile and only lacks moisture at
the right time to make it produce excel
lent crops and become very valuable.
ITie settlers in tlie territory west of tbe
ninety-seventh meridan who have been
and are still struggling to make homes
for themselves and families will be glad
to learn that tlie government has t iken
this matter in haul and they may rest
tssu red that Prof. Hicks will do all in
lis power to bring about practical work
n tbe matter. It is to be hoped that
omething will be done in that line at
the earliest possible date.
The republican county convention of
. odge county held their convention on
June 27tb, and elected delegates to the
Ute convention. Tbe following resolu
tions were unanimously adopted:
Whebeas. Onr fellow citizen. - D. Ricb-
ras, being favorably niei.llo
oa at ho.ue
md .nro..a, b
candidate lor tbe ultlce of
HUSK as. Through hla residence of twenty-two
ye .ra In tb.a county we know him to
ue a loyal republican, one aboae p.triotlmu
inspired hlui when but a mere boy to should
er the iiauaket in defeuee of hla coentry; and
V hcbkas, Mr. Kicuurda ia o.e who will
: vr)ua; to the bifb oatce A (roveruor a r:pi
experience lu tbe snoceaaful uam.geuitof
i.ige uffuir. iid o .e po injr ex-cutlve
ibuity of high degree aa ee iip.ifled by hi
uaaturly Uirit4)i of too at.te pouticij
..u.p..lKia aa chairatai of the t.ite cuutral
WhkkkaS, We believe him to be snian who
will, ao far a any human sgenry can, pro
mote the hlghen developme.it and beat aoiu
tion ot tbe upp .rent couflietiug lntereatii of
the ut.. U- of Aebraaka, aud that without fear
or favor, therefore be it
Rsaouvsu, that tbe republicans of Dodge
couuty tn convention aaaettibled asking 1.0
other recognition for any other candidate
from the party of the diatrlct and tbe atte
it large, deem it a pleasure to give him onr
undlvidaal aupport and we instruct the dele
gation to .be aU.te convention to present to
tut body tbe Bauie of L. U. tichrd and
use every bo.iori.ble uiean to secare hi
..omlnattou tor governor.
Are tbe best
..ddrea fc.x-al.yor iaui.-l , . ia
Addrea tx al-yor iaui.-i , . irft-tty,
Waahiiiftoii. hew Jeraey.
In use every
a.x-4ayor Daiiiel . be-Uy,
lb Heraingford OarfaV Is a ai
aaal for torsey, makes aa uncalled fori
aod need In attack upoa Judge at P.
Kjakakl, chargiag that he ha beea
nafatt ia loaning money for yean to th
faraeri of Bolt and Brown count at
two aad three per cent a month. Tbe
attack is uncalled for because everybody
know it is utterly untrue. If Judga
Kiakaid has a bobby, it I against charg
iog high interest, aad he baa excited coa-
siderable criticism among the loanera by
his stringent derisions against diarging
more than th legal tea par cent Fur
ther than this, there are popular atoriea
at to tbe quixotic conduct of tb Judge
in refusing even tea per cent on bis own
money loaned to farmers of his county
saying that no business was able to pay
more than eight per cent and be did not
consider a loan above that amount eith
er safe or proper. Tb Guidst attack
needless because Judge Kinkaid baa not
yet announced himself a candidate for
congress, nor allowed his loyal friend to
do so, and until such a declaration
made, the well-known purity of charact
er, and the record for honesty, friendship
for the people, and even-handed justice
for all which the Judge has made while
on the bench, ought to protect him from
scurrilous and untruthful attacks from
even those who suppose themselves his
enemies because they lov 'totberdear
charmer more, Chadrtm Journal.
The Fremont Tribune now say that it
was in 18S8 that Mr, I orsey voluntarily
promised to suuport L. D. Ricliarda for
governor. And so Mr. R. lias been
candidate -oce 1888! Wa are surprised
however, that Ross Hammond would as
sume to place any commence in a pro
mise of Mr. fJorsey's over forty-eight
hours old. ffXeHl Frontier.
Jti IHstrict Court of Skjni County Meb.
rred .erlwt, I'lululiir,
llerlh ZerhKt. fli-lend
'10 Berth h -rb-t no 1 r-iilent. defendant.
ou ..re hnrehy iiotind (hut on the 7tb
a. v of Mav. 10. Kr'l .erbt lilod a petition
hi ilnst vou In the Ulnlrict Court of Monx
coiintv. Si-hr i--k:i, the object and prnyer of
which are to obt in a divorce from you 011
tbe ground tb t yon h ive willfully abitnd in
ed the plaint. tt without good c in. for the
term of two ye ir laat p .at. You are requlr
eI to aiinaer niia petition on or wu ore mou
dny. Auguat 1Mb, lmo.
IU 45J -ED ZStSST.
By H. T. OosLtr, hla Attorney.
In the Diatrlct Coort of Sioux County, Meb.
rarii.ers Trust t o. a corporation
exlatlug under and by virtue
of tbe law of Iowa, I'lalntuT,
John Connor. Defendant.
John Connor, defendant, will take notice
that on the 1st d..y of July, IWB. 'I he I ..mi
en Trust Co., plf.itlir, herein flled it peti
lion In the DUtrlct ourt of fetoux couuty,
Neb'r., g ilnst the aaid defendant, the ob
ject and prayer of w hich are to foreclose a
certain niortgige executed by tbe defendaut
to the pl.aiitiff upo 1 the bE V'Sec- U Twp. tt
. M w eecure me paymen. 01 s ceriaui
nromlaorv note d ited May and. 10. for tbe
for tbe autn of 4M.0 aud due and payable
01 tbe iat day of June, I'M, tb.t there la now
dne upo 1 aald note and mortgage tbe sain of
ste.au tor wnicn mm
lutereat fro. 11
M..y tt, l.
plaintiff prays for a
e required to p-iy tl
eiiilae may be sold tt
tbe sous or
tb t a aid premise may
to aatlafy tbe
amount lonua one.
Vou are required to anawer aaid pet I Lion
on or before the 10th day of Auguat, levo.
Dated July 1st, I8W.
4t-4i FAIHCBS TlUST 00.
Br Chaxuu e. Holms.
Attorney for Plaintiff
REI'OKT OF THK COKU1TIOM
BASK OF HARRIS0S
At Harrtaon, In the atote of Nebraska,
the close of bualueaa, June H, ISVO.
1oen sad discount - -
Uverdcsf te, secured and ana an red
Utber etocka, bn id and mortgage
Due from national Banks
Due f ram Mate Banks and banker
Heal estate, furniture and fixture
Uirrent expeaeee and taxes paid
1 Iters ana otner cao Items
Bills of other Bank
fractional paper currency, nlrkles
Spade . ........
Total - UJsmM
Capital stock paid In - ttJMM
Undivided pronu - - isijs
Individual deposit aubiect to check ,v.7.o4
Demand rerttdcate of deposit iffii.NI
Time certldoatea of deooll - 1.S4-.00
ote and bill re-diacounted 4ILM
tHUspaysble - - - - VMM
Total - - tllMM
STATS or HXBBASKA. CO0MTT Or SlOCX, SS:
I, Ch ia. E.llolme cashier of the above
named bank, do aolemnly swear tbat the
above statement 1 true to tbe best of my
knowledge and belief.
. Charle E. IIOLBIS Cashier.
sabscribed and swora to berore
seal me this tntb day of Jane, UM.
. b. Jonas,
. houry Public.
Aver's 8arsaparilla, operatinr through
lbs blood, eradicate the scrofulous
llaTeatsk axf. TaMtaat a-aMaxaVVltwaw'
B. a. Ckrwdery.
T. . keatoa
Jobs E. Hill.
.. rabia lBsnaetioa
Werdea of rwalteetiaury
Maipltad for Issaae
A. S. faddock V. a. aeaator.
C. P. Maaacreoa V. 8. Senator, OSBaha
W.J. Cnaaell, Cugrns let Bat-, fhjaans
G. l Laws, d - MeCOok
Geo. W. E. Dorsey. M - rremoat
Amasa Cobb Chief Jaattee, Lincoln
a Maxwell Assortat J edge, nweaoat
T. L. Norval Aaaoclate Jadge, Sewerd
W. A. l.aee Cjerfc aad toporter, Seward
TWELFTH JUDICIAL DltTilOf
M. P. Kiakaid Jd. O-Weill
Conrad 1 Ind as Clerk, Haxrtaou
8. Barker. County Jadge
Conrad Llndeaaa Clerk
M. J. Gayhart Treaanrer
A. Mmtbwerth hapt. moll lastntetioa
Thos. Keldy i'benff
Geo. J. Shafer , . .Coroaer
A. R. Dew surveyor
.Clerk of District Court
BOARD OP COMMIBAIONERS:
Don M. Weir, (chsirmsa) 1st District
Cbaa. V. Grove -td
J. A. Green . td "
A. Bartow.. Henator, Dlatnct Mo. 14, Chad run
0. W. 8lmonson.ftep., Diet. Eo. at, Alliance
8. L. B. Maine Justice of tbe Peace
U. Merriaeld " '
R. K. Pot v Constable
W. R. Smith (chairman) Troatee
j. r. ifot... "
J. C. Northrop .
E. D. Rettertee
It. W. Windaor "
A. J. Babcoclc Clerk
D. 1". Dsvl Treaaurer
8. L. R. Maine Director
W. B. Smith Moderator
D. II. Griawold Treaaurer
TERM Of COURT:
District Court, At Harrtaon, commence
April Ittb and September -3d, 1st.
County Court, At Harrison, commenoea
first Monday of each month.
A0EMT rtM WIND MILLS ANO PUMHS.
B. E. BrxwbTTRR,
C, F. CornB,
CHAB. C. JAMESON, CaaUmtr,
Geo. B. lea
. . . i... I 1 Ma taAll t
roiM taiaattw. aw. mm r
tiao Um BtroductM af ammJJ
Colic, Cholera aaa -JbatTnoea - a-.J
VTbea that remaaly u iwi aad
ataat a dircted with eaeb bottle i M
ksweal, a cure i cwrlaia. Mr. A. W.
Walter, a prominent menhaot U Walt
tr4Hirg.L.a,v:"H cured my baby
boy of cholera infantum after atvwal
other iwiawdie bad failed. Tb child
was so low that he eseened almost beyond
tb aid of human bands or reach of M
BMdiciae." 15 aad M) cent bottle ff
ale try C, & AodreWa,
Fowrtli of JbIj Exrarttaa.
Excursion ticlteu will b aoW July M
and 4th, good returning to July 5tb, to
any point wittim 00 miles, for one fare
for the round trip.
J. C. Nornaor.
Heaw Moeaav Eaniaa,
excursion ticket will ba sold frvra
poinU east ot the Missouri rivwr to tv
tions on thi line, on May 0th, Sept tth
and 23rd. and Oct 14th. TickeU will b
good for return, thirty days from daU of
Hale. Stopover privelege will be al
owed in either direction during life of
E. J. WILCOX
Own the following brand on "VV
riglit hip 6r left side.
Range on Monroe creek. P. O. Harri
t lSAL PB00F X0TICE8.
All pcruom having Dual proof notice 1n
thin pax-r will reiieive a marked eopy of the
p.iwr anil are requeated to ax am live their
notice-and If any eirora exiat report tbe
aaina to thin office at mice.
cnlinated Notice tor Pabllrstloa.
jnd once at Cliadron. Kebrsaka. (
May , 1Mb. (
Notice In berxli)' given tiit the following
aauaud mUler haaah-d notice of bis Inten
tion to iiiuku Uiialpruof In aupport of hi
claim, ami thit ll proof will lie made be
fore Conrad l.lndeuian, clerk of the diatrlct
court, nt Harrison, Nebraaka, on July . UM,
Count R. Wndnworth. of llarrlr. Seb,
who inadii I), ft. No. IK5, for tbe mk sea. aad
t-H uwH we U, Ip SI, r V,.
be namea the following wltiieeee to prove
hl coiitlnuouii reatdunce upon and cuUtlvs
tionof aaid luiid, via: Ulcbnrd bluilwr. Jobs
Cor III 11, Itola-rt Wilaon. Kelluui P. Lindsay,
ell of nan-iaon, Neb. Also
Loala P. Wsdsworth, or Hsrrlson. Neb.
who made D. 8. No, tt4 for the M H
aud 11 ) neHf sec 17, tp tl, r H.
bhe name tbe following witness to
prove her auntlnuoo reddence upon aad
caiuvatlon of anid laud, vis: Richard 81m
ler, John Corbln, Robert Wlbwa, KelMss P,
I.lnd-y, all of Harrtaon, Neb.
(aT-Wj W. U. McCAXN, Itegieter.
Coatolldsled Notice for Pabllratioa.
land OSBee at Chadron, Neb., 1
Notice hereby riven tbat tbe following
named settler baa lied notice of bis la tea
tlon to make dual proof lu support of hi
clalaa, sod tbat said proof will be made be
fore Conrad Lludeiuan the clerk of tbe dia
trlct court at Harrison, Meb., oa Jul 14,
ls0.vi(: , .
Peter Scbeltet, of Mentroce, Hebr,
who made D. S. No. M4t, for tbe tea. see ML
tpM. r. .7?
He name tbe following wltne to pro
hi oontlnaou restdenes apon and caltlva
tlon of aaid land, vis: Jacob Dometsbsnser.
John Weber, Jacob Henry, all of Moatroas,
Nebr., and Wilbelm hchult of Harrlsea,
Bebr. Alee . '
Jseob UomrUbaoser, of Harriaoa, Man.,
who made D. 8. No. UM for tba eKawMaM
wK sect, tps, rts.
tie name tbe following witnesses to prove
hi continuous realdence upou and cultiva
tion of aaid land, vis-. Haas Denkor, Ferdi
nand I'odoil, Cbaa. Saullur, Peter BcheluL
all of Harrison, Nebr. Also
Rjrbael J. Walker, of Collins Neb.,
wbo made D. 8. No. tlt for the aalrf aaa a tm
4. r Sri.
nba name the following wltaeases to prove
ber continnoua residence upon and cultiva
tion of, aaid land, vis; l.nnrder. of Uar.
rlaon, Kebr., George Todd, William Pollard,
. a. n aiaer, ail w ijuiiirs, neor.
(1S-M) W. 11. MoUamm, Bagteter.
Will make the teason of 1900 at mv
place on Waroonnet creek, 8 mile watt
Of C. P. Coffee's, except Fridays aod Sat
urdays when be will stand at MntiTjs.
feMrrlptlea ami Mlfnt. IVutarin ia
1. 1.. . . I. .. . i m J r 1 1
m viaH.a-Kn.jr , nuar in 101 uiaunii; luaaSQ
March 21, 1HH6; imported 1888; weight
lJWOIbs. Bred by M. iJurcheoe, Com
mune of Coulognes les Suhlrms, IM
purtrueat of Orne, Oot by Rouillard
10188, he by Pavori, belonging to M
Cliampeoa. - -
TERMS-915 to in
sure with foal.
Ott od payable when tba mar ia
koown to a with foal or upoa Bar re
moval from tba count ne r-ha-. ml
Oar will be taken to prevent seeideeu
bat I viU b jmabte foraoaie.
' A. W, M0HR, Owrrtf,
U E- PEL! it..- A KV,
aplrttu dope, an r,ort not!
wBw frBV Hi rssasaaat fattasa.
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