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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1896)
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ONE SfcMQUS GFFECT;
Oil i i ,,
4tf tho n(rWt'triiSS'Jmn XXidtr tn tifl
CiiiijtiiiKexl h U mikVT.
It was tomcwlim wrls tri dlb raoralag
Thon tho WanlinF.ton ftr irporttr
duppod into thf .-;, ' ' i irtnwnt
ot a popular ddtis-to 1, where
t!.rt Is always to bn fo . l eeutlMg'fi
tontlngontlii the ho'ct. t tho V.
p. departmont aad oicu Uns at the
flttcuntcr there ho saw a well-known
fycoutucldan of tho olfr school. It was
about ton dnyo after the oWIoa news
had boon received from Koutuohy, and
the Kcntucklnn'n brow vns not crown
ed with sunlight or laurels. On the con
trnry, It wm ijwithod In heavy gray
clttidfl. It in&y b6 explained here that
the reporter was not In that locality
after a drlrilt, but after a man who wan
'after a drink. As he stood talking to
him, his attention was attracted by tho
t Kentucklau'B talk to tho barkeeper, who
had shoved a well-worn black hottlo
' out In front of his customer.
"Take It away," said tho Kontuck
ian, gloomily, with a funereal wavo of
"What's; the matter with It?" naked
the surprised barkropor. "It's tho
y.imo Kentucky brand you've been
uelng for years.'
"I know It," he sald. regretfully,
"but ever since Kentucky 'went repub
lican It doesn't seem to taste natural,
'and I've got to try something else.
' Suppose you give oie a little of that
Certainly, sir," paid the barkeeper,
deferentially, and turned to gel it, but
stopped half way.
"Kxcuse me, sir," ,he ventured, "but
didn't Maryland go that way, too?"
Tho Kentucklan thrummed on the
,.' counter with hU knuckles nervously.
"That' so, that's ;o," he musod; then
, bo broWoitt fiercely: "I wonder if 1'vo
Uiot to drink water," and walked out of
' tho place indignantly.
- INDIA'S FATHER DAMIEty.
TTlc Among (h I,por Tht IIi Al
romly I'rutlncoct tinod llraulti.
Vnlnablo work is being dono by de
voted Catholic priests among tho lepers
of llurmuh, says tho London TlmeB.
The annotation of Upper Burmah In
USSR rovealed s, terrible need for succor
to this unhappy claos. Bishop Simon,
" ,' , , , ,, ,. i
nilUJVlil VTiWlIU LV U fCdiU lllbVi IUU i;vuil- i
i -try pnssod under British rule, but it
, waft not until JSD1 that Father Johann j
- Wehlngcr was nblo to found tho St. j
luhn'a Loner UBylum on a grant of six
ocres near Mandaluy.
, ' In Burmah lcpars are not forbidden to
frequent public places and aro not sep
arated from their families, as in India. '
Thoy Ho at tho cntos of the tnmples, in
' fridges, whero they expose their hld
0UBly mutilated limbs to excite com
passion and obtain alms. An asylum
, loi these miserable objects was hailed
.'Uh gvaUtude. In two daja after It
was opened tho wards wcro crowded
and new buildings had to bo com
menced. , Father Wchlnger hrts made tho lnstl-
Jutlon a nigdol for all leper asylums
'cvlth a pnrfict ryatcm of hygiene and
, Binpurpd tor tho alleviation or oven
juratlve trcntraont of tho disease, eop
rnto wards for tho unaffected children
, Of leprous parents and a vernacular
. pchool for their education. During last
. soar 600 lepers woro pn the tolls nud
the dfmand for fresh wards grow ur
gent. Father Wehlngcr camo to tho
nd of his resources. All that self
, dcnlnj nnd devotion could achieve ho
, has aecompjjshpd.
. Ho Is koW, wo bqllevo, Jn England,
seeking aid to enable him to go on with
hlr. work. It Is a work which can most
affectively bo dono by celibate broth
'rcn, without tho responsibility of wife
.,or possible children to whom the dls
, asc might be communicated. Johann
"whinjser is the Father Damlcn of
' Vat Wcioldn't l" ChcnlnJ.
A well-known sclontlat, walking
alens a London streot, camo across nn
itinerant astronomer, and applying his
civ to tho Instrument was nsto")shed to
!pi? h. beautiful full moon, although at
i the time iho moon vme only In her oec
'bnd quaUpr. The lnstruraont was not r.
telescope at all, but simply a tube, with
.' holo where tbi eye-piece Bhould bo
and r- transparent photogmph of a full
moon with a light behind it nt the other
and. On the sele:tli asking tho exhib
itor how ho could so rhtat the public tho
.man simply roiaarked: "It's all right,
lh I u&ed to have a piopgr 'scope once,
;iiut I turned It up for this after an Irish
,jnr.n pitched into mo for showing him
only 'arf a moon. This way pays better
And glvea more satisfaction.
A'irlio of tlie Shirk.
A small fish called the pilot is nearly
iijwayb found with the man-eating
flharlt. Eaa shark Is ancompnntod by
from five U) revou (always an odd uum
Ijor, it Is ctntuied) of those little vaaaala.
uid wlili" hia sharl.shlp seems to he in
rtEantly looking for something where
wlth to Mttiefy his voracious appetite
ha jiever eats tl.so HUlo pllo a, though
thtj- keep very close to him. At oiuer
frequtut assorlnte of the shark is the
rmorn, or sucker fish. Nature has pro
ridod It with a largo, circular d,Isk on
tho top of its head. By muar.b of this
."sucker" It rttaches ibHf to th un,lr
tarfnoe of the shark and Is carried by
U wherever U goes.
' Oblldrrii OtnuM lime S'ntrlo Hmlii.
Slie la a wis mothor who allots tp
4acb of hercliUdrea a slaglj bed. From
ilie tlnio tho boby occupies the crib
klauo on through chlldhaod ho should
JbtVo a bed to h'.'assU. Such prtty lit
tie nGalrs of whiv i-oa and brau aam
10? tie nuresiy thr t It is biiii ;o mist
ihera jjv; pj?2rt Irosi Jy&lszls svcsJd-
Ai-scna Ec.jSrs acout Ssls.
CnrUm Thcorlfa o? TliMr Oriel" M VtcII
m Tlmlr t hitrutiTNtNA.
In tko midst at much dry-ns-duut In
formation and many drlor-than-dnat
flgurss relating to tho larval or post
larval devo!opmont of tho brain of the
luasor sand eel, to hermaphroditism In
the corf, to tho spawning poriod of tho
uviucu uuuncau nnu mo vuumy oi lis
oggrt, and to other topics of a similarly
hair-raising character, tho third part,
recently issued, of tho thirteenth an
nual report o the fishery board for
Scotland contains papers on two or
thrco points of IntcroU to others bo
nldcs biologists. In a paper on tho
hatching and roaring of food fishes it
is stated that during 1S04 and down to
July of last year the total number of
frv dlRtrlhufnl frnin Mm Dtlnhnr hatch-
orj for sea fish was 72,783,000, of which wu 8jlow H f (ii: latest styles out
G4,G7G,OOQ woro plaice. Tho number of . , . ,.. I1ill.;,.H llTui m.itr.r
cod hatched was 2,700,000 and of turbot I ftnd o PV 1,lbll('H antl ttlcr
3,800,000, this being tho first time (to itil. Our Spring lints to suit our
the knowledge of tho board) that the i
eggs of tho last named have been I
1..1..1. .i . ... 1
iiuluul-ij itL niiv nnirnnrv. i
The paporo on the Inllucnce of marlno
currents In transporting floating eggs
and larvae from off-shore spawning
arena on tho llfo histories and develop
ment of the food fishes and on tho long
and vnlunblo scries of physical investi
gations ought to appeal to all who are
concerned with tho mnintenanco of our
supply of sea fish. More valuable as
tending to tho elucidation of a subject
wiappcd very much In mystery is II.
C. Williamson's elabornte paper on tho
reproduction of tho common eel. Mr.
Williamson gives a very full account of
tLa reproductive organs, both as de
scribed by other naturalists and nB ob
served by himself In a number of speci
mens examined Al St. Andrew's, and
the paper include n description of tho
migrations of the eel and all that has
been asscertalned about its spawning.
It Is a remarkable fact that the rlpo
egg of the eel ha3 novcr yet been dis
covered. Some funny beliefs have been
held at dlffeient times as to the genesis
of this very slippery creature. Aris
totle said It sprang from what ho called
the "entrails of the earth." Pliny the
elder said: "They rub themselves
against tho rocks and their scrapings
come to life." Ocsner thought the opin
ion an to their generation in the putrid
enrcacses of dead horses was quite a
one. A German sago forty
years ago stated seriously that thoy
owed their existence to electrical phe
nomena. Teoplo aro still In England
who believe they aro "cvolutod" horse
hclrd; and not long ago one pretentious
gcnlleman gavo this recipe for their
manufacture: "Cut up two turfa cov
ered with May dew and lny quo upon
tho other, tho grassy sides Inward, and
In this wny csposo them to the heat of
the sun; In a few hours there will spring
from them nn luflnlto quantity of eels."
In Sardinia the fishermen cllnj; to tho
belief that tho so-called water beetle la
tho progenitor of the eel, and an Enj;
M&htnan has written a small book to
prove tho same hypothesis. There can
b-i no reasonable doubt, however, that
this fich is oviparous and spawns Just
as other fish do. Plentiful though our
lr.ck of knowledge is regarding In this
much wo have loarnod, the notion ap
pears to be very widespread that tho
eel, like the lamprey, only spawns once
and then dies. Pall Mall Gazette.
Th Wront; Won).
Thero Is In tlie city a certain young
attache to one of the legations who hits
communicated to the world his rosolvo
to cschow Its pleasurea for tho present.
This determination is by no me.ms due
to the fact of a cold uhoulder bolnc
turned toward him by tho fashionables,
but on account of the numerous -onvcr-catlonal
ullp3 that he la comolous of
nitklug. Tclllnr; of a certain occasion
whero he "put In zo foot" move than
usual, ho cava: "I talk to zo ladles and
smllo and be ngrecablo, and all at onco
uoy grow quiet aud look at me bo var'
queer. 'I exclaim, 'What haf I done?'
and y.o ladees zey mako answer: 'It Is
not what you haf done, monsieur, but
what you haf said.' And zen I feel so
deccyed, oh, so docoyeu."
Ills confUant hero reminded him
that liu had made another faux pas and
proceeded to explain to him the differ
ent applications of the synr.nyms, de
ofiytKl aud mortified, and tho despair
ing, TofclRBor rrpllPd: "Haf I not told
yon I spik bad all zo time?" Wash
Tli lr or Ilolir!or.
A bachelor cM and cranky was sit
ting alone la 111 room. HI toe3 with
i the jtout were aching and hln ince was
o'crspreaa with gloem. No Httlo one's
shout to disturb him from notees tho
houo was free. In fact, from cellar to
attic 'twas hs still as still could bo. No
'motUefil aid ws laeklt-g. IU3 servants
'anew wed Ms rlnar. roenectfilly hoard
his cr'.i 1 u'J r jp;l 1 him with every
thing. U.r. still tl.Mv was something
wsntlng wKlch he could not command
the l'i"Hy oids of compas&lon. the
touch o" - " He hnd. And he said,
ns Li Vt rtw darker and he rang
for the b'r-1 vt uurce, "Well, raarrlajjo
may be a failuri., but D1I3 Is a jolly sight
worse." Londqu Standard.
roti lr ti SIpii JI.-ftMr.
Dcilte tho fact that this Ib loap year,
taarrUgo oerlifl.ates are ovldeatly at a
dtssownt. A Diooklyn manufacturer
who has hitherto proaporod oa the
prlatlJig and cpgravlag of thoso iutor
oatinif blanks has, slue? tbo 1st of Jan
uary, been forced to mako aa assign
ment, and his stock Is to bo cold at
public cuotlaK, by order oi a receive.
l,!itj' of Oltlro Htit'Urr.
Tho applicants for tie poet of secre
tary to tha city oi Loadas whools
ratsir tba estrsorilasry aui'jber at
- mvt' - r ,nw frn--.-r Tjr-r rr
First Shot Fired
INTO THIS CAMP 2S3S!5w-
Since tho county sent will for
nil timo roninin in Homingford,
wo liaro now added to our well
Btocknd Btoro n full and complete
lino of Men's ttoya and Children's
CLOTHING and furnishing
Goods, at prices ho umnzingly low
that I Want VOU to kllOW that all
Bprjilc suits aro the proper shape,
. ,. , n'ia .
I1L 11I1H1 IJlliU IIIIUU.T. VJUlira "
see; ask to oxamine for'6uraelves
ni wo can talk a whole lot better
rthtin write. Our pneca aro for
cash or in exchango of produeo for
which we always pay you tho hih
oat market price.
Your humblo servant,
mm I WILBY.
Wo don't claim that
1 HE :: HERALD
In th Bost Paper in tho
World, but it is "Jut
It i tho
Official County Paper
and prints all the news.
Wo aro prepared to give
clulibing rates on any
paper you desiro. Sub
TUTTLE & TAS3I
Subscribe for Tins Hr.KALp.
A new lot of blioes just received
W. K. Henicall.
a new line of
FOR TK A l)U An 80-acro farm in
Orawfonl ciuintj, Mo., 70 tnllos fnun
SI. LnuU. H0 acros uniler ciiltivatinn,
balance timber; lumse, b.trn and liv-
a tfoort farm.
U' 11 trade for clear It x Butt,' count
tand. V J. Kaunkst.
iCavtat?, and Trade-SIarka obtained and all Pat'
5entbu.nts conducted for MoocrtUTE FEta.
IrZiJt, VaSsr re catentia lsu tuue Uui tnosej
Jrsmrtc fr-im ahnton. . 1
5 Scad moJel, drawiae or photo., with descrip
ftion. Wo &d, if patentable or n. t, Ine of
Il-i. .- r.. tmm ..t Ai t,.l ntpnt lfterared-
Jtuj.. w-. ."--r.:-Arr." " k.. :;.: !i,t
5co ot ame in the U. S. and forelcn countriwj
Jnt tree. Ail4re,
PATtNT OrriCC.WACHINaTOH. D.C.
-t mTTr-,'T-ic''vyy,Tiflgyp- .? 3j;y -
W. K. Herecall, the flrlitpt
"Winter has come, we or? aware,
With its wind and editing anow,
And the place for snob Weather to prapsra
la whut wo nil wnut to know.
Where did you
Why, at the best
Piace in town,
Attracts Attention Everywhere.
IS NOT AS HANDSOME TO LOOK AT AS
A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, BUT
After Giving it n Trial
Fi ijal Proof Notices
Hon. J. W. Wwin, Jn., ltwister.
Hox. K. M. BiiooMt, RpccImt.
I'artlfj lmvlnij noticoB hi tliN roluran aro ro
nupsitrii to n ud tlie Mm& rnri'f ulljr urnl report to
tliin olhi-o foi' rorrwtioii utiy crrorn ttmtmcy
oiiwt. Tliis will jirutmit poHHibln dflsiy 1:1
Ijind Olfloont Alliance, Nob.. Varch 13. ISO".
NntliuU litrnhv cuen tliat UHI.AND I'ED-
E11.SON WOIiDEN. of I!
n tiled no
tire of Inlontiim to maVt linnl
llpuUtnr up Ht'i'pitiif fit liin othcH In AUidhco.
Ni-o., on tlm Sith day of April. IW.1. cm timbrr
rulUiru npnliratton No. 2H, for llis N W
2H, tp.an, rKOl w.
llo nmii.-s as wunrserx: jiicunm i. Hrinn,
Williliard blmltz. Mlkt Bhiir.fk, Unnrj Shimi-k,
all pf J.awu, Neli. J. W. Weiin. a , lv,iitor.
Land OUico at Allianco. NV., March 19, 1 07.
Notiro in hereby kivou tl.ut tho fullnwln
uamril M-tllrr han fiknl entire of his intention
to iiiako html proof in Hupport of liin claim, anil
tlint, Kiiil proof will In) niailo hrforo U'-itIhIt or
lU-coUer at Alliance, Neb., on April 2b, 1UW, ii:
ISAAC G. QRIVFiTH.
of Ida, Nob., who mnil H E No 2(07 for ihe 8 i
a W'i a. s vj s E 4 bop. a.t. tp ao n, w w.
II h unnii'H llio lulliiwiiiK t;iiii'ibch to proro
liU i'unt(uun.ii) rfMnlPiico tiiKin and ciilslvatioa
of paid lAud. vli: Kdworn W. Tjrrer, UtcJaMin
t. l'razii r, hrnpi-t bchtimakor, UirtliaHchiimuk-
f'T. all of Ida, Ncl).
J. W. Weum. jr., flosister.
Ir.d Oihront Alliunco, Nob.. V.ib.17, 1SW.
Ilotiwi htri by nlwn thut trig follovinc
usiucd tv-ttlcr ha tikil notiro of liin InUvition to
mtku final proof In bupiiort of hin 0I0I111 ami
thnlRi.id proof will ho nmila iK-'fori' tho Upsictpr
and ltrcoicr ht Alliunco, Nub., on March 'M,
of Dnnlap, NpIl, who made H. K No. 2r0for
thobK 'N i;!t,Eh BlikiSW US limbic.
14. tp 23 11. tk v.'
Ho r.araos tho following witnotsrn to proo
Iiih n jliu'ioi'S rcMilrr.w rjion and otilthatlon
of 11111I laud, mz: I' rca Ortmin, John iirus.
Hot nurd I'omlr.cn, V. un is c nil ot
Diwlnp, Nob. J. W. Weils, Jn., Itocistor.
lnd Olllco at AUlnnoo. Neb., Feb. If. 18M.
Noticuiw licrobj ucn that tho fnllowiiu,'
naniwl M-ltlrr haj Tiled uotico of hia lntmtion
to mako tinnl proof in anpport or Iiih claim, and
tli.it mid proof will lo niido boforo tho Krsistcr
or lltcelvcr at Alliance, Hub , on March M, 10,
iZ: PATRICK MUIH'HY,
of Maryland, Neb., -a ho maclo H I! No. 33JCfor
t!io tl W it f.rc U, t; 'jy 11, m Til w.
Ho naroi h tho follow in w Uiicscr to provo hm
rontiliuouR rodidpuco upon and cultiaiioii of
Bald land, viz: H. M. Trunol, Martin Mctx,
lid Hornur, Janica Wlifclrr. all of Maryland,
Nc-b. J. W. Wens. Jit.. UfBUter.
Land Otlico at Alllanco, Nob . Fob. 10. W$.
Nolico l hprebj uUi'n that thr followinK
nanifil ottlur hart hlri notice of hi intention
to cmko final proof in nuppoit of liin rlaira and
that Raid proof will lj Eado Ufore tho Itocinter
or RpooUer at AJlianio, Neb., oa Marcli SU,
1610, iz: j,0UEHT pniNCH.K
of Oolrirh, B. D., who made Timber Cnlture
entry No. W5 for the N W Ki Bcc 9 Tp Z 11 II n w.
Jlo namns tho following witneHsen to provo hm
contiuuonu rrniil'nee upon and cultivation of
said laud. 'n: TuoniaH L. HopLitm, John
Jftinik, VI. M. 1'osket, Groo 1 oaket, allot
J. W. Weux. Jh. Krcister.
STATE OF NUnitABKA, t ..
HOX 1JOT115 I'oniiTV,
n. II. Ilallard, you nrolisrobj nntifird that on
the l.ith day of April lflil. Thomas llollia pnr
chabtil at tax talo tho N V tection 15, town
Bhipia,raiw"47, Hox Entto county, Statu of
Nebraska. That Said land was taxod 111 tho
11a1nooflt.Il 1-allard. aud tlm -aid purchaso
ot tax t-alo was made for tho tales of iho ar
VttJ. That that i ma for tl.f ruli nipt ion of tho
aforwaid laud will expiro on the Uth dny of
I)6ted at Itadoliffe, Iovri, this Ifith ;iy ot Jan.
1H4J. THOri. llOI.l. tl,
lly It. II. L'allard. hisattj .in faut.
STATE OF NEBRASKA, I .
II. II. Itrtll.vd. you aro horehy notified that on
IIih Uth day ot April l'Pl. Ttioinai llollin pnr-clia-pl
at lax i-ale tho S V section 10, town
f upJ-. r K. ilox liiittecoiintr, blato of No-
'BKka That nald land a taxd 111 tho tioiiw
ofH. .. la..nl and tho Mild purcha-e of tax
a p v is 1 ia(J f jr tho taxes of tho yar 1S..
Tun' tho tin for thp redemption of tho afonj-i-a
hi landfill rxpiro on tha Uth tiny of April,
ljLt-U at ltailcliffo, Iowa, this ISth day of Jan
a v 1 ii. ' TllOs HOIjl.ih.
r.v It. H. Unllard, his ttty. in fact.
. mt p ttiMt-ttioii l-4)l-'.i.
In tho Matter of the Ehtnto of
nthoditrirt ootirt of box IJutte county:
Niiilr" I- hiifb fc'im that in purhiiaiiro of an
d a tho Hon W. H Vtoor. Juikf or the
irit o.r of ltox Hullo co'inij. Nbrnika
a., on the loth day of K bri a-y. ij. for tho
t of t!.- nr.l rBittto hrrpii.after iWorilml,
t .tp wid bo mill at tin WPt front door ot tlto
.ortho.'ia IInmnforp.l ox Biiticonnts-.N-,(4,a.uii
too ti day of Marsh. lv.. at 10
o'cIock a. ui.. at p iblic vendue to the hihft
ldd"r for rafch. tho Northwt ouartwof hp
4o.B. iiTuWp2; mwth. lleiic .1 t ol
the eixil. prin.iiJ.1 Mnd au. in h..x Iliillo
Smnly. Nbraiu. fcaid Kile wil r-u.am opan
oBhur. . , . ,"V'-?J,W;...i
ArlmuiUt-ator or tne twiaio 01 jjoih m.11-
aiw FoUruarv lltli. WM.
1 offer my farming implomonts
for sale ohaap. at my farm 1J mi.
vital o! Hea-icsrd.
,.g,ftxw - -
Where vo can shtlafncttoriir font!
Our produce for coffee and bread,
Hats, enps, mittens, gloves, bilks,
JJoots, phoes, overshoes and quilts,
An Ugly Woman
Cas Makl Better Bread With
Qold - Iecjf - Flotu
THAN A BKAUTIFUL WOMAN CAN
WITu ANY OTHER BRAND.
You will wonder .how You Ever
his Soace is Reserved
Tf. II. I3KLLWOOD, M. D. "W. S. BELLWOOD, M. D.
gELLWOOD & PeLLWOOD.
Physicians and Surgeons.
. ALLIANCE NEBRASKA.
SSTRooins 3-i-5-6, Opera Block.
.-ter PIONEER rnnffffaFa-
.The Oldkst Establisiimknt hi the Count v.
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc -,
RT.finin.1 Aeent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire--vtie Best on Earth.
Wo havo first-claBB stock and double and sin els rig, vrliiou w
furnish at roasontible rates. Our facilities for nccommodtttins bonrdem
ure unescolletl in tho city. Give us a call.
figT Btablo Coruer Boi Butte
Clotlrinjr aqd underwear,
And;all kinds of neckwenr,
Dpno up in a nice pj.oket.
Got Along without it.
Amnuo and Sbcrxdau Street.
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