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FRIDAY, NOV, 22, 1805.
i , yJ, '-i -..... -t.,.
Tho trans-Mississippi congress
convened ia Omnhn noxfc Monday.
Weather .prephot H!cks pro-
,dlcts ah nbujidauco of rajS for
' Nebraska during tho liext season.
La,gt wok wo stated, upon Iho
strength of n telegram received by
'pno of our citizous, that Judge
Bartow was electod by four vofos.
;Thoy are having4' trouble over the
'.count y$n thoro, and ns the matter
'stands no V, it Is hard to tell which
"ono will hold ho office
Tho wisdom oE tho government
in printing its own postage stamps
& shown by tho annual report of
folr. Ctyudo M. Johnson, Chief of
Jtho Bureau of Engraving and
Tainting "whoro tlio work is done.
Although tho postage stamps have
JpQQW bolter printed" than over bo
i'JEoro tho goyornmont paid less by
-botween S50',000 and $75,000 than
over before paid for &e samo
amount of work. ' '
fi i '' " i
According to reliablo figures
ivon to' an Express reporter, there
havo been shipped ovor tho B. &
rjsl, from 'points west of Newcastle,
from July .1 to October 23, 2,905
car louda of cattle. At 21 head of
'.cattlo to te" cor, tho Burlington
''has liaudletf 62,203 head in three
fnnd ti half 'montliB, Tho shipment
tare still on tho increase, and the
returns to January 1 will bo large
ly in excess of this amount. Tho
building of. tho Dead wood nnd
Billings extension of tho Burling
ton has bpan a. profitable invest
ment, Edjjomont Express,
How completely Mr. Hood will
,donain$'& tho ropnblipim majority
m jtho House is shown in tho
7ficrmblo for tho" other offices of
that body. Although a number of
candidates have been in tho iiuld
for .sometime they have boon able
,w-j'4 J'tffy fow inctoburs to cotn
nit th'e$olve.i; thoy'lj-e all wait
ing to find out BeecVs choice be
fore announcing their own. By
tho way, speaking of Reed and his
Jp)othCd, there is something for.
r'thoSe republicans who have been
fyelling "Wall Btroot domination!"
atHho democratic- administration
and Congress to ponder over in
i the republican announcement that
$yfr. Btded has boon consulting
MVaU(6treet bankers to learn what
'llieifc wished wore concerning
fymgWal legislation. '"
The recent election was not a re
publican victory, but a domooratjo
fdefeat, brought about by the fool
a.ah'ness of tho domocrats them
ffieives; They undertook to njn
rfour doraocrtio tickets in Ken
tucky i threib'New York and two
'nbU'$QTe3t'otho states. It is
. not because tho democrats aro not
strong enough if they will stay to
gether that they owe their defeat,
j5t was the samo thing 'that caused
the downfall of the party in 1800
vwhen it undertook to run two tick
ets over tho question of whothor
"Kansasby n vote should decidb
Whether slavery should -ho extenr
;ed to Jicr bowlers or whether it
(ehould pxist thoro without the con
ipnt of the people. When parties
.allow thoniselves to bo led into
1such foolish questions that, and
:tbe free silver fad, they deliberate
ly commit self destruction, tho ro
ipubljcfan party had nothing ' to do
jwith t. Newcastle DomocnU.
." . ' , '. ., -
Captain H . W. Howgato, vhose
wholesale embezisldment of gpyorn-
"niertt money was a national sensa-
4ioij sorao tiftoen years ago, havfng
Exhausted p,ll legal quibbles, or his
money, -will this week be takcp to
tho Albany pepitonta.y to serve tho
.jpight-years qenteuce imposed upon
iijn by jury that aw tljings
sgmowhat differently from the' jury
yhch a an eqrlier d,ato declared
jnui,nn"ii ptttt .rn iiv nmi riiu-nni nb u'
against a now trial for Mm. Not
withstanding IIowgat64tt known
guilt, nnd his known whereabouts
diuing all tho thirteen years after
ho was allowed to escape, justice
was slow in overtaking him, nnd
tlio Houteuce inposed upon him
light whon conxparod with thoso
given ordinary thieves. Had not
Secretary Morton ordered his ar
rest ho would sttyl bo nt liberty, al
though everybody in AVnshington
appeared to know that he was liv
ing in Now York.
Tho constant goodness and for
bearanco of Almighty God Avhich
havo been vouchsafed to tho
American pooplo during tho year
which is just past call for thoir
sincere acknowledgment of devout
grntitudo. To tho end. therefore,
that wo may with thankful hearts
unite in enrolling tho loving carp
of our Heavonly Father, I, Grovor
Cleveland, president of tho United
States, do hereby appoint and set
apart Thursdav, tho 28th day of
the present month, November, as a
day .of thanksgiving and prnyor o
be kept and observed by all onr
people On that day let us forego
our .usual occupations and in our
accustomed places of worship join
in-Tendering thanks to tho Giyor
of every good and perfect gift, for
tho bounteous returns that havo
rewarded our labors in field and in
the busy marts of trade, for tho
peaco and order that havo prevail
ed throughout tho land, for our
protection from pestilence and dire
calamity and for other blessings
that have been showered upon us
with an open hand.
And with our thanksgiving lot
us humbly beseooli tho Lord to so
incline tho hearts of 'our people
unto Him that Ho will not leavo
us 'nor forsake us as n uaJon, but
will continue to us His mercy and
protecting care, guiding us in tho
path of national prosperity and
happiness, endowing us with rec
tudo nnd virtue and keopiug nlivo
within us a patriotic lovo for. tho
free institutions which have boon
given us as our national Jieritogo.
And let us also on tho day of
our thanksgiving especially re
member tho poor and needy anil
by deods of charity let us show
the sincerity of our gratitude In
witness whereof I havo sot my
hand and caused tho sool of tho
United States to be affixed.
Done at tho city of Washington
this fourth day of Novombor, in
tho year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-five, and
in the one hundred and tweutieio
year of independence of the United
States. Gnoven Cleveland.
By tho prosid6nt:
Richard Olncy, Secrolary
New York World,
m H E TWICE-A-WEEK Edition
J ot the New YonK Wontp lias
been coavorted into the Tiiuice-a-weisk.
It furnishes 3 papers of 0
pages apiece, or eighteen pagos every
week, at tl'o oht price ot ONE DDL
LAB a year. Tills gives 150 papors n
year for Oje Dollar and every paper
has G pages eight columns wide or 48
columns in all. The Tuuick-a-wkek
Would is not only much larger than
any weekly or sciui-weckly newspaper
but it furnishes the news with much
greater frequency nnd promptness.
In fact it combines all tho crisp,
fresh qualities ot a daily with the At
tractive special features of u weekly.
T3a.e -. "World.
3Hn 1J 353 &. 3Lj ZED
BOTfl'oNE YE All
Estrayed from my place 1 miles
west of -IIumlDgford, one dark iron
grey BWid colt, two years old, white
face, - Vfplghs about 1,800 lbs., no
lrtndsj: litis two wire scars on shoul
ders, 'A. reward will be paid for in
forma'lcu uf his whereabouts.
. " .:!,,. G. t WAis
I'irtlmi Imrlfi tititlnM In thlrfi!timrt ,.
ntieMfd to mn1 tlrn nina rarof ally &nd foport to
Oil olUcn fof corwtlon ny error tint mT
fTtlst. Tlilit wlU prevent iKiblo dolny iu
jTAndOntcoiitAllUnoe, Ncb.,Oct.no. If.
Notion I lirrobjr ftler that Mio follun-'ine
aahictl settler lias filcil notice of liU Intention t
mki final Droof In support of III claim nntl
that wild proof will Iwmndo before llojiUtPr khd
IUxivcrRtAlllanc, Neb., on Dec, 10, lBJJ, tU:
CLEMENT L. SPnAClCLEN,
of Jlarnkmt. Mpb., who mads H. 15. No. 2934. for
tlio HHNW U too M.8WHHK5I. US U B W
jtc namet Iho followliur witnesses to proyo hla
rontlnuous roMdonco upon and cultivation of
wild land, vizi Frank Honerman. Jooonh
Lowo, of Maraland. Neb., .foUn D. John, Wil
liam Jolin.'kf llctiilnKford Neb. Alio,
of Marnnd, Nob., who ma Jo H. I'm No, 3380 for
tho B IS U pia 21, to n, rg 'M w.
Sho nanip tho follovrlm; wltnMiiwa in proro
Iipt contlnnona roaldenco upon and cultivation
of mid land. tIzi Frank HonoTinan, Joteph
Ixiwe, Jdlm D. John, VlllIarn John, ot Kem
J. W. Wens, Jn RogUlcr.
Lamt Oinco at Alliance, Nnb., Oct. 23, 18K.
Notice la hemby glrcn that Eli F. .Tphnaon, of
I'llsf-r, Nob., baa Clod notloo of intention
to tnake final proof Imforo J. Jv. Meal,
Clerk Dint, Conrt, at hla olllco In UemliiRford,
Nob., on Monday, tho 2nd of Decomlier, 1S95, on
tlmbor cult'iro application No. 19J, for the HE
U ot Hoctlon 8. tp 20 n, nr 50 n.
HoimunHRH wltaent Peter Janaon, Jena
PRhrlRtettHAit, n. F. Prlco, II. K. Johnson, aU
ot IIonilnnford, Nob.
J. W. Wcnx. Jtt., IMotPr.
r.nnr1 HlTln i.f AlllnMnA Vnl. fU OO loV.
Notice la horoby ulvon Uiat tho fol'lowiwr-
namou pernor nan ninu notice or uih intention to
make final proof innupportof hln claim, and
that said proof will lw made before h. A. I)or
rlntclon, U, H. G. C. Commissioner, at Ohodron,
Neb., on Nov. BO, 1695, viz:
of Chadron, Nob., wlio mado IT. I-!. No. S3."0 for
tho K H H 13 U 8oo 10 and S li SW i hoc 11, twp
29 n, rr fio w.
lie namee the followlns witnoimos to provo hla
contlnaoua residence upon and cultivation of
said laud, viz: William Aww, of Chadron,
Neb., Moonce Hatch, John U. Woods, Grant Ag
new, ot Maralaud, Nob.
J. W. Wehn. Jr., Register.
land OIIIco at Alllanco, Neb., Oct. 1.1, 1SCC.
Notice is hereby oivon that tho f ollowine nam
ed settler hna flled notice of hln intention to
make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that uid proof will bo mado before llcsloter or
Itocelvcr at AUItnco, Nob., on Nov. 20, lbOS, viz:
JO HAN UimANOVSKY,
ot noxTlntte, Neb., who mado 11. IS.. No. IKB2'
for tho e U o U and iliiwii teo. 21. tp 2K n,
Ho namea the following wltncnuea to proTO
hla continuous r6sldenco upon nnd cultivation
of said land, vlw John Plasek, Frank Yechout.
John KovarnDt, John 1'otmeissl, all of Hoi
tiutto, Nob. Also,
ot Dot Dntto. Nob., who mado h. o. so. 1021 for
tho n w li aoo 21, tp 28 n, rir 4S w.
Ho namoa tho followinir witlippws to provo
his continuous rnnldenco upon nnd cultivation
ot mid land, viz: John Urlxinovnky, John
Potuieisel.JohnPlasck, Frank Yechout, all of
lioi llutto, Neb.
J. W. WEnN, Jn., lleglstor.
To all whom it may concern, pursuant to an or
der ofctho Ulstrlct Court of llox Uutto county,
State of Nebraska.
Any and all persona having, holding or own
ing claims 'against tho Hank of nemiiiuford, of
Homlngford. llox Rutte cnuuty, Nebraska, are
hereby uotttled and required to present and
make proof ot same to Ira 12. Tash, rocelver of
said lank, at, Hemlnaford, Uox llutto county,
Nobrasku, on or before December 20. lf05.
, . , 1HA E, TAHH,
Ueceiver of Hank of Hominsford,
,,, . ..... . t Hemlnfotd. Nobraikn.
First publication Nov. 1, 1MO.
W. Q. 3IMONSON,
Attorney at Law,
Practices in, nil the courts and
fore U.S. Land Office.
TUTTLE & TASH
Attorneys - at - Law,
HFMINGfpRD. - - NEBRASKA.
ATTORNEY AT LAAY,
Alliance, -:- eohaska.
t-0111co in Fletcher Block.
E. E. BARR, H. D.
State Ukivbrsitv of Iowa 1887.
Chicago Poleulinio 1894.
sunoeuy and the medical
and Surgical Diseases of
tub Nose and Thiioat a
Alliance, - - - Nebraska
NEW:; GOODS H
Como and boo tho Goods, got
prices, and bo convinced that thoy
are the best and cheapest in tho
Thanking you for past favors
and trusting for a continuance of
Miss L. Adams
T)q following letters romain un
called for lo the postotQce nt Hem
Inuford. Neb., for the month ending
OoU 31, 1895, viz:
A. S. Fltchet. Frank Read (4) .
"When calling for the' above please
. T.t( ::r" Y-
nt 10 a. m,
Prnron'iicetlnjj ctmh Wednesday
nt , p. m.
l.UTHEItAN!-H..rilrf. t .,
House. Iter. Wunderllch, liitor.
nATI10LlC;-Uev. Obnrlea Zak I'untor.
MElIiopiST:-ltov J.W. Kendall fntor
I'lvaohlnffilio ocond nnd tourtb Butlday in
cacli month nL'f I a. in., and 7 p. hj.
JiriSOOIA!-8orvlcea In tlio Oon(rrrKlit.
Jlilonnl Church. Iter. 1'iiaior.
Service on the third Thursday In each montli
ntv p. rn.
W. A. Ilowbuah Camp No. 2810. Meeta
second and fourth Tniwiilnv nltrl.tr r.ni.
"KPH'i Vleltliw Neighbora cordially invited.
W. M. lODKJtcK. Clerk. F. Huot. V. O.
IlEMlNPFono poBtoIlire. On week daya door
opena nt 7 a. m., Krneral delivery opona at fl a.
-m. and olosea at 8 p.m. Open Sundays I) to
10 a. Hi.
IlKMiNf.Konu and Box npT Ugedally oxcept
IlEMiKdronD Attn Duklap aUee,
Wednesday and Friday.
Now Short Lino to Holena, Butte
Spokane, Seattle nnd Taconm.
O. X. & "W. O. Time Card
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? irnicni nrnvos nt 3:35 p,
in uumouuiiy imHHonirera
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Edited by Xx-Concreasmsm
W. J. BRYAN
Js the greatest newspaper xeest
p'lhe Missouri Jiicer.
It advocates FREE SILVER
at tho present ratio of sixteen
Its news service is the bast to
Daily, $6 00 per year; 50 cents
per month. Weekly, $1 00 por
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Twenty Dollaiis in cash, will give you
One (Dollar In Goods Free of Charge
37-un ' Bootla except Harb wlro
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We will not be undersold. Always bring this Card with you.
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, Proprietor of
Livery and Feed Stables.
We have first-class stock and double and single rigs, which wo
furnish at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating boarder
aro unexcelled in the city. Give us a call.
S Stable Corner Box Butte Avenuo and Sheridan Street.
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