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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1894)
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Tta Sioux County Journal.1,
nU'fS-T rAJtat IS Tilt tlX VTY.
M.-T rAPKR 1-V TIIE ecu sty.
T KO-t aiJ' -N FAl'tK IS ssSM X 'lit NTV.
Ul, THE LAKi-t-T 1-UUt'i-ATK.S OF ' ANY
fAFfcJ: tTEUHU LS S COCNTY.
Su! r:ption Frice,
L. J. Simmon, tunor.
Filtered t the IImn pot oB-..e a -
oud class ltiaU:r.
The Heuiingfoid fVioii ut
enth tear last week. Ur. I
IV I It
rot always .tat tilings j.i-t
ople would like to have Inn.
keeps pretty to the truth
tlie tune and as a result In-. si
i r 1
Henry T. Oxliani, the t:rt su'.u- nian
ufactuivr, says if tlie .sen:ite d es n.it d--fut
the nen stiar tarilf hill it ill " ij
out the suar industry in tlx- oniitry.
Mow do the farmers h i have made a
ktKVesK of fut;ar tieet l-aisinj; in Nehra-ka
like that'r Kearney Hub.
South Ameruaii ievult'.oiat- will
learn to resjiecl the llaj; of the United
States if they are treated as Ik-nhain
treated them a few day ao. Uncle
Sam is not walking around w itli a i lup
on his shoulder, hut it is not well for
any outsider to interfere with his mer
i itntile matter.
On last Monday morning Ymilaiit. the
anarchist who threw the dynamite Inmih
into the French hari.tier of deputies on
lUHemher U, lsy:5, was guillotined, it
is pleasing to note that the authorities
of that country do not waste min h time
or sympathy on murderous anarchists
and tlie United States could Unlit hy
In the of deatli (ieor'e W. hilds.
which occurred on last Saturday morning
the newspaier fraternity loses one of its
most noted inemliers. He was noted for
his philanthropy and kind-heurtedin-s.
lit was also an enpret ic and siici-essful
business man and therehy acciiinulateil a
ood deal of wealth and this h- used five
1t in cfiaritahlti direi tions.
On last Thursday the Wilson tariff hill
with tlie income tax attachment passed
tlie house by a majority of sixty-four.
It was a surprise to a great many people
a a number of the democrats liad ex
xpressed oppostion to the measuie.
but when the vot was taken they :UI
wheeled into line and put it through. It
is noticeable tliat McKiehan and Kem
voted with the . democrats to carry a
iiieamire which is very niti h against the
interests of Nebraska, but that is no
more than could lw expected of them.
The, worse the times are the IwttwW is
for this class of statesmen.'
' It-is not generally known what a vast
plant it requires to publish and circulate
a metropolitan newsjiaper. The Chicago
Jiittn Own has in its circulating depart
ment alone nearly one hundred men and
women, not to mention the carriers who
deliver the paper to all farts of the city
before breakfast every morning. It may
be mentioned that no kind of weather,
however severe, is permitted to interfere
vith this delivery in any way. Of this
large force, about one-half of them work
through the day at ordinary office or
clerical work and the other half lie-in
late at night ano work until about day
light, preparing and addressing the w rap
pers, counting and wrapping the pajnrs,
"routing" and mailing the bundles.
Their work is of the most dillicult nature
aud is done in tlie quickest possible man
ner, and yet so well is it done that it
seldom hapjiens that a single bundle or
paper of its immense edition of nearly
100.000 reaches its destination on oilier
than the right train and ut the right
time, unless delayed by accident. The
sstem is wonderful and its oration
almost perfect .
At no time in (he history of Nebraska
bus tlie subject of irrigation twen so
deeply considered hv the ma-s as at
the present time, It it is not the men
who hare itioiiey but tho will, small
means bo are- taking the tr-att in
terest, in the subject. The result is that
nteeihtfs are being held, companies are
being formed und pri-pani lions made to
construct irrigation works of various
kinds. This naturally gives ri to the
legal rights of parties interesld or ef
fected thereby On investigation it has
been found that the law in this state
Inadequate to the demand. One of the
llrst things tlierefore to l sought is the
nactinent of a law which will permit of
all the wnter in the streams of the state
not neded for domestic use, to bn used
for irrigation purposes, Much a law,
properly framed, would do ft great deal
of good for those who desir to Use the
.water on their hind nnd at the same
time ould protect tlie rights of those
who need the water for domestic use far
better than they are by the present law
in connection with the use of the wafer
Ut the streams comes the thee y of the
Mofage reservoirs and in audition the
artesian well and windmill pumping
tuhemes. All have good features, all
attdQlu! he investigated and every plan
tbftt I M nil practicable should he used
fotf U) H i worth. The peopl should
tfZj&im la Org legislation, to urge the
ffTfrtait of the Mate and national
tfnvaHM&Mta aad ery thing ilw which
tb.nn I Haifa.
-J.. 4 111,-ettt ill Ai'lUJil V Up".
lf.t( i rk.niii- a deen. llle'l!-. soil.
j Xly ltrUtt o4 i ' ' ' -"' thr.vs
l-st ,i viuJy l.,'ii... ... rn hi r t'i U '
I Ur. In Ih- dryext niul i:; t-l -ui'
t-;tln-i. liiii -ry hl.islc l
i iiln r. alhilfj. is as frt-li ami i-'ivwt :i
' in tii- jri!jjr, as its roots ;.' down fr.mi
fiv ti trii ferl tu the u ! 'i sturi! ul the
ground. Tlw J is oily, liKe tlw tvd i
.1,,. . -.! ...I lu,nt.l f 44111V . .I f:irlv ill !
I th -,rui' as soon as the frost t, out .f j
I tl. ...I ... ,.i-.l.r l.i f:4t, ti M.rin ' ;
j nuns, as it nH-ds nioisture fi -rminuti".
y. j In . alities wliet-e irrigation is iish.1 it
,.,,1-anh- viiwn s)in-'-vsfully at any tmie
UVltilrt I lillll; lilouiii-4. a it ti.'v .
vi.l.... t . Ute. mi ii.-i-ount "f t-arlv
frot. The y.i'i!), U-n.'.er .!,in's. not
havm: utii.-ient roots, would -.in vnnih
to our old winter.
1 am - iwin- nkiic all.illa very year,
and w ill h ivt- six hundrnl ai re in th s
i run in tao more v-arx 1 h i.- sown on
fall plow iii tw h e in tlie iast nine years,
hut oiir b -si st:iml and Ut siis-t-s. has j
Ijeeil n spring plow iiK- Tlie tall plow
ing makes a line s-t-d lieil and the nioiiiiii !
is in line sh;ije. but it is not advis.il.I- to i
dim on fall plow iiii.' where there are se- J
vere win.1 storms, such as w very often j
have here in Boone county in the early
spring, when there will lie clou Knf ilust i
on the fall plow in-. Much of the x t-d !
w ill 1 blown away U fore it ha a ,
chance to take root. The most sn.-. i - I
fill alfalla grower in ( olorail.i prefer!
sowing the sed broadcast, although j
some lir. let dnlliiiir It ill. II the latter i
plan is pursued I would advi drilling
it both ways, tisin' one-half the ipiantity
of seed e.o li way, ,n ortler to secure a
more e en stand.
No farmer should lie w ithout a small
field of alfalfa, as in many respects it is
siiK-rior I i ail other rasvs. It is ill V
undid opinion that alfalfa is th- coining
forage plant for our region, and slioul l
fciveti a thorough trial by every intel
ligent farmer and stockman. This pis
yields an abundant crop of seed, which
can be ibn-shed by any threshiii;,' ma
chine, anil at the ruling pn. es is a very
payini,' crop. It is sup-ly deserving of
much more attention than it has hereto
fore received from our western fanners.
Take it in Colorado andjon to the Pacific
coast. whrver has alfalfa has the basis
f agricultural prospi nty, and if that
man lias n .t Huest norsi s aim came ne
as no one to blame but himself. lie
an hardly avoid doin well if he trie.
H(,w to iet a Homestead.
Parties in the east who are working
p settlers for this locality have asked
that we publish a short synopsis of the
land laws which apply to this section.
A good many fwople havi tlie idea that
the homosttd law is a very .complicated
affair, but in reality it h very simple.
Tlie follow ing are the main oints:
A ron over tlw ag of twenty-one
ears, or who is the head of a family,
who is not owner of more than iriree
hundred and twenty acres of land, may
select a tract of government land not
exceeding one hundred and sixty acres.
lving in a body, although it need not lie
in a square, out me icnies musi up nui
ss than eighty rods, and place a home
stead filing thereon before the clerk of
the district court, a United States circuit
court commissioner or the register arm
receiver of the local land oflice. Tins
w ill cot. The settler then has six
months in which to establish a residence
on his claim. lie then makes il ins
home for five years and improves and
iltivatcs it as he would any other prop
erty and at the end of five years he makes
final proof before any of the above nam
ed officers and the making nr the prool
will ! about fjfl'i more. He will then
receive his patent and the farm is his.
He may af ter living on the home-tead
fourteen full months commute and
prove up by paying to the government
if l.'ia er acre, but the sis months allow
ed in which to establish a residence can
not l usitl as a part of the fourteen
mouths necessary to reside mi the claim
except in case of live year proofs.
Homestead tilings can only be made
before tlie lo-.l lam! olhcers or before
the proper officers in tli county in
which the land is located.
51) World's Fair View s Free.
The I'niiilru Kivpcr has relclK'd the
front as the leading authority on poul
try. . Hixteen pages, monthly, tifty cents
per annum, farm aim riresiue is a
li-Kige piqier coming twice a luomii,
fifty cents per annum. We will send
Ik it'll papers one vear and fifty photo
graphic views of the world's fair to new
suliscribers only, all tor lilty tenia.
Sample copy of tle Poultry Keeper,
with particulars tree, (send live cents
for eitlier of the following hack numbers
equal lo a i-Vcent book: Poultry Houses,
Julv has .10 views: lirooders anil
iricutiatnrs. August lHMt nnd August
Address, The Poultry Keeper (o.
CHE A I' IlLllHNtJ MATTFli,
IinproTemrnts in Jlarliliu r; and Large
Volumes of Business Responsible,
There defer was a timd Whert news'
paier were so good and so cheRp ni they
are now. When the (state Journal began
issuing tlieir paper twice it weeli at the
same old price of one dollar, the enter
prise wm hailed with delight and tens of
thousands of new name hare been added
to the list. The Hemi Weekly Journal
hs made a contract wil.h the Chicago
Weekly Intel Ucean whereby it cm send
both papers whole year for $1 M.
This Vive readeri three pa peri week
ii4ii 1 v .-tilerf ul
ruiho it4 for t..,s
iUkl ti- NtrK Yoik
' also f 1.2-I -r (nr.
do . Kurutu liu-
it. if arii ulru-al
!. in. iu i t:ie
m i1.- it nine --a
order a it-it-
V.Vt-klv Tnhuiie it rv
4 iiart; ni ' .- . -i
ar'DiPiit, iud I. 1.
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1 l'i tii k- farm ur jni.i'rv ji
. lit?', leatures are u;iv ulw?td
. r . It
. tii old
f .-!"" w,-WU.. jrivin l-l-r..,!ii.
ii' s and ni!irkt-t iviiorts st-vtrr.il il.ivs
ali.id .f the -klW AniiiiiV W.isii- j
Hi-'-in ri.rre:u.l.-ii. i-, ;i hu Itfaturt-. j
I li-r i im ij.it-s! (n atmut V mr ttuit: j
a Lit,' "I'dl.u'n Adrtli.
The Jo.iriiiii's 14K oti'rr i a litimm. i :
Tl.f Jouri4ul. Inter (hran, Nohraska Is.-
hn ler. Won.ankin 1 am! Atn.-i-Mnn Farm
New. !.ve paper a year fur
To any one who wiil viiid tii- Jo
three new sub ri!ls with
pap r w ill lie ut a who!..-
:.oo. the j
vi r I is v. ;
Sample i opim. and prt-miuin list x-nl !
fi e to anv ;iltlrt-s). S lid vourordcisi to i
Nfc.HH AsK A Sl'ATE jlHT.NAL.
Ijlli olll. Neb
Kedtiei-d in Prii-e.
On No emU-r lath the price of
oMAll.V VHEI.Y HF.K
was reduced in price to
' fi.. t FNTS HF.M YK.Ut.
No ol her pain r in the country
bin ' K' liases or -i columns of
r. can ie had for less than $1.00 sr
This extremely low price is m;ule
luiblish.-rs l.i order U) enable
laihsh tvadinc family in tlie
re.it west to read the best and grei
newspaisr published in the west
onl- r to induce readers null other to
raise cluls the following offer is made:
Two subscriptions will le received for
Five siitisi riptioils will be receives! for
Ten ii!.s. -riptiiiiis wilt Is n-ceivis! for
( n clubs of more than ten the price w ill
lit- "iO i ent s for each subscription.
Ihtimt fail t take advantage of this
When sending hi your ow n kiiIim tip
tion s. nil us one or more for your friends
Send us an order for your (rn-tuls in
tiie east who shonld U- told of Ui gn-at
n-sourcps of this state. Tlie Hee pule
lishi-s more western news than any other
iper in this country and makes the W-t
immigration document that can be sent
east. Addn-ss all orders to,
Tilt HlS. PtHIJSlliSi. (U, .
llrst Line lo Ibe Kaf.
Burlington lioute B. &. M. Ii. K.
is running elegantly equiped piissetiger
traines without change from Newcastle,
Wyoming iind t 't-jwford. Nebraska, liirect
to Lincoln, Nebraska, making connection
at that point with their own through
trains for Denver, Cheyenne, and all
points west, and for Kansa City, Si.
Joseph, St. Ioiiis, Omalia, Peoria, Chi
cago, and all points east.
Rememlier this is the only line by
w hich you can take sleeping cur from
Crawford in the evening arriving in Lin
coln and Omalia the next afternoon, and
in Chicago, Peoria ami St. Iniis the fol
For further information and tickets op
ply to nearest agent of Burlington
Route li. & M. II. R.
NOTK'F. TO INVESTORS.
Tiien" la-ver an a tlni' In the lii-torj o(
our cniiiiiry when M in1 li'matnl for Inven
tion ainl iinprovciiK-iit in the aris ami !
eiice Ki-iierullj was greiit as now. 'f lie
convriili'iiees of iiiiinkhiit In tlie factory and
ork ln.i, the limiseholil, on the farm, unit
In ofltefnl tile, require continual mwwiuii.
to the tiiurteuani' uml lniileiiiint of
each hi or'ler to hv !itlj4,r, thoe ilid! ex
lienw. 1 lie JM-Ih leal rliaiiKe in the in I in 1 11
l-lrnlion of uoTcrntiK'iit ihs's nut effect tlie
progress of tlie Auierlcaii InviMilor, wlio )m
liij( on the ulert, Biirt nswly to perceive tin
eisUiii( ilelh-iein-ie, i)oe Hut .permit llu'
BfTnlriof uoveriiuieiit to (Jeter n'.in from
qulckl)' ("ineei In the reiiw-ily to overeisiu
cxIMini? (iiserelH-ncM'K. lm Kreat eare i-hji
not lie cvccrciel in t lw,shiK a cmieteiit
aii'l skillful uttoriiey to prepare uimI prose
cuU' hii Hppllcstloii for patent, Vahial)f
interests hiivn Imh-u Ut ami le1 roycq In
lniiHiiieruhle instaiiM-ii lr the employment
of iiieoiiiwt-nt eouiuel, anil r hilly la
tills mtvlco npplh-ahle to tliuewlo tulopt
"No patent, no pay" hyteiii. In ven tors
who entrust tlmlr tnisliieu to this cldss of
altoriieys li mi ut tiumetieiit rlk, as tin1
brea'llh mill trciiith of the patent is niivei
coiwl'lereil in ylevr of a ipitcU einleaviir to ut
mi allowance nii'l olitahi lim lee then 'InC,
THK I'MKSsl C1-AI.1H CO., .John Weililer
tmrn, (.enerH) tiittnani-rifilH K street, S. W.,
WasliliiKton, H.V.i, represontiiiit a larxe nunl
berof linpirtaiit ilallf ami weekly papers, 114
well tut aencrnl perloilK'sIS of the eountry
was Instltnteil to piMteel ids pntrond (10111
the nnsuff methods here tofiirn employcil In
this Hue of business; TM11 sahl ( ompniij
Is prepared Ul tultii elurge rif all patent
biininess eiitrosteil to It for reasonable Ice
aii't prepares and preeiit"S applh-atlrtns
geiieral'ir, hielmlliiK merhaiiltuil Inreiitions,
Uesilfii piitcnt( trade marks, labels, ropy
rights, Interf'Tonees, fiifrhiKnnieiits, Talhl
Ity reisirts, an'l Hives esjws'lul attuntioit t
rejected cuaiM. It Is also pi-ejiarel to entei
Into competition with any Arm 111 securing
Write for timtrnctlmis ! udvlee.
.' Jon WtlitKHl'Bl,
His r street,
vrit4vif ton, P, v
THE LAND OF THE HOME
STEADER. Free Homes for More!
Than 5.000 Men.
j A new county with
AND 800,000 ACRES YET
OPEN TO HOMESTEAD
Contains over forty-five milec of
rail'oad and has no county
NO BOND'S. NO DEBTS, LOW TAXES.
Fuel, Past, Lu?s and Lumber (heapcr :
Tluin at auy Other Place
Snxix county is the northwest county
of Nebraska. It is almiit thirty miles
east and west by about seventy tulles
north and south anil contains
OVER 1,300,000 ACRES
of land. There ate more bright, .spark
ling, small streams in the county than
can l found in the same area elsowheri
in the slat-. It has mnr- pine timber in
it than all the rest of the Mate combined
Us grasp s are the richest and most nu
tritions known so thai for Mock-growing
it is unexcelled.
The will varies from a heavy clay to a
light sandy loam and is capable of pro-
ucing excellent crops.
The principal crop are small gram
and vegetables, although good corn is
row 11 in the valley. The wheat, oats
rve and barlev are ul! unusually fine
ualit vand command li highest mar-
flie water is pure and ru fnshing and
is found in abundance in all parts of the
The county is practically ,.1 ! of debt
and has over forty-live miles I railroad
within its borders, has a good brick court
house and the necessary fixtures for run
uitig the county and there has never
lieen one dollar of county bonds issused
ud hence taxes will be. low .
The l-rcniont, Elkhorn & Missouri
Valley railroad crosses Sioux county !
from east to west and the H. &. M.
ilxiut fifteen miles of its line in
northeast part of the county.
The climate is more pleasant than that
of the eastern portion ofiNebraska.
There is still
OVER 800,000 ACRES
of laud in Kiotix county yet open to
homestead entry. It is better land and
more desirably located than that fori
which such rushes are made on the omn
insula i-'servavion. mere is no rail
road land m the county and for that
reason its settleni-nt has been .slow for
no special elforl to gel seltlcrs was
made, as was done in the early days of
the settlement of the eastern part of t he
Good deed i-d lam! i nn lip pun haseu at
reasKitmhlo rates W illi governnieiu lanti
iili iiniiiir so that a iiersort who wants
more than one quarter section ran obtain
it if he has a little means.
There are Hlxiut 2,'iW people in the I
nintv and there is room for thousand j
llarri iu is the county seat and is sit-
I T, , D .1 1 .... l ..!
Uateu oil tlie I . l'i. a. .n. . niiinmu, ami
is as g'lisl a town us the thinly settled
ourit rv demands,
Hchool houses and ahurches ale pro-!
vidil in almost every settlement and are '
kept up with the tunes.
All Who desire to i:et :t noniisteau or
buy laud cheap are invited toeouielihd;
nee tlie country for 'lieinselves anil judee '
. .. . ' ii ... i ... j . ...in .... i .. i
I Its ineriis. i jo.j:es,;aus win uoi. i.c
obtainable mucli longer and if you want !
to use your right and ct 1h0 a.-rfes of ;
land from Unylo Ham free it Is time y M
were almut it.
ifWEODERfuai. . iUeMlnt) ttory, ,
r,o.lo8af ; irAsuiMtiToa.u.a
, children Barents. i
JllwXf it DoMlBrf n Mllon lMtild In tlx- ltn if :
tmrlatumaur ArIFlr'r.vI,',V', ,rJ
Purrlroriof Jl.e Indian wM nf linjvi ni 1
annuity. Tlmoaamlj fntltM to Ii lr rte., ,
r 1 fnrnewtawi. V etwrgo far idiiu. Hate ;
trhH Company U mntgetf hyiermMfiatloa nf
th brent mt ffiovt ttoflafntlal eewwprri in tha
Cd1U4 tUUt, tot Ibe eipren impon e rwlc.
la iketr erteeHeete tnK aoenpaioa v.i
(Mafta CWa) AgeaM, we ca eeger l1Uiig
iMetlUiMBwMler Ike MtMtMAr mi
IP rtW HAfff iMfORMATlOW ABOtTf
A jew pea
LI I MI
j The undersigned having secured
'the livery barn at Harrison proposes
I to give the patrons
; GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS.
! TERMS REASONABLE. GIVE ME A CALL
I GEORGK HUNGER.
ONl'TO MAKE oUH OOOi.S 1 1 II-:
Standard of Quality,
T1IF. oTIIKIt TO MAKK OUH FIOUKF.S THK
Standard ol Low Prices.
TIIF.SK IHVK IIFKN orii CONSTANT AIMS lOH YKARS PAST. IT IS
Will'.. II 111 M iiiMI'I 1-llKlf Tills, ! T 11 l
in. 11 tvi: i-i.i.siii tiik rK'H'i.K, ri.i;si.i. nt itsi;i.vi:s sn Ntn::r
I.KT I - IIWK II AMI V. K WI1.I. MIUW Vol'
T B M FT I N G J3 A R G A 1 N S .
From one year' end U another we 'lave full iiues in IKY (KM)I)S,
oiii;. i-.i::ks, hoots, siiofs, uniiErwkar, ef.t.
We ate conlidciit that at no place can you Iind such a complete stock at such
-ome itKirMiii-, noon or night and VK WILL liELIGHT YOU.
CRAWFORD MERCANTILE CO..
Brick Block. Crawford. Neb.
Limits his practice to diseases of the
(Hin li as I.ss of Memory, reeling, .Mo-
j tjol) iim Will-iiow er, Cramps, Fits, fh 11-
, Ntirvf!,.sll,., ....,1 u, fonil f(f
(As shown bv Shortness of" fin -at h,
Pain, Palpitation, Fluttering and Numb
ness in region of the Heart.)
ns Skin 1'i-ease, Ulrs, Km-e
:uess or Redness of the Fa. '-
Faint ne., Liziness, etc.)
A0DHE5S WTM -STAMP
1463 O ST. LINCOLN, RED.
-Mentoii tills nailer.
'1 ' u
rws i m
TFIE BEST IS THEWKT,
Oond TUN oenra to n Union Ik V.,
f-.r our prlta gamo, " Blind Lueh," gne
win u Hnw Home dewing Wchine
, -At it wm MMA?rj,iry.e-
.IL. cVvAssl'.ii: iU
"u.rr FOR SAW it Mttv
N'V lidillf M.WIN1 .lltf.ill.S,! I) ,
4 X. JH.rlt, litit., Md,
STATE OFFK Kits:
Isirrnza f'ru:ie ...1.. Governor.
T.J. Majors ..I.leutenaut Gorrrnor
J.f. Allen Secretary of but
Kup'lie M-sir Auditor
JorK-pli s. llurilry Treasurer
(i. H.llastliiK' Attorney (ieueral
A. Ii. Humphrey I.aml ( oinmlssiom r
A. K.ciotnlT Mipt. Public Jnsli actio
l OM.KKSS10.NAL Uhl.KOATKlNi
( . K. Manderson f. s. .Senator, Dinah
m. V. Allen r, s. Senator, Mudlwm
W.J. l'.iyaii,(oiiismaii l.t ltt., 1 Iru-uln
I. II. Hrri er,
(.. I. Melkli johii
W. a. McKieirhsn,
I) M. Kc-ii,
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JITUt Uttr :
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A. M. I'o.t A.-oclatr JikIkp, olumhlll
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HKTIiKS I II JVIIH Ul. lilsTHHTi
; -M. T. Kinkald ludge, (J'S-III
I Alfred llarlow 1;.,,.-
M. J. Illf K'Ctt.
i CHI' MTV OKKH'MIS:
i I'ohert Vi;,n County Ju- v
I M.J. Hlewett i rl
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W. If. Iari snpt. rubllr Instruction
I A- " i"" mu-ttn
i ' K- I'hiiinny coroner
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M. J. Itlrwrlt Clerk of HlMrh-t Co", rt
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j II, J. Weber (chairman ; j.
j Hen. F Jfi'iiisiin jn
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I J, II. Wood. . Ilp )l.
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W. II. Harla
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