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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
l'nbllnhtsl put I'rliUy ami rntpml nt Uio
post-otUcw In Ileininnfitfil. Nrbrvikit, n mcoih)
Wm mill matter. Tiik Hkiui.u I UflTotori to
'Hit Interest of HcmluKforjl ami Dux llutto
' T;(OS. J. O'KEnPE, PublUher.
'flIX MONI'IIB .75
':, ,.' .'i-.iiy ... A.-,.,1!.1.,";! ',!
JF. M. Ttrei.ru , Clerk.
A. M.Miu.Kn Trcnmirer.
Jar. H. Jl. Jlcwr.TT .Jmbm.
'K. I HwrKNBV Sliorltt.
i. K. Oii.man .Attorney.
JUissA.K. Neei-and Buierlntnlent.
l)n. W.K. Miu.r.n Coroner.
tvn. Ij.W.l!oWMtN I'liynlcinn.
James IUnnr . .,,,..CommlKSionorlntI)lht.
MA. Hot.M.imKE ...CommirnlonorSnil Dint.
WO. V. Buncak ...ComniUntoticriliil Dlst,
I' - - 3
WM. J. BRYAN.
For Vice President,
ARTHUR SEW ALL.
THE COMMON PEOPLE
are tired of the old, worn-out
jfiostnut of "protection" and
"freo trade, " having heard
it harped upon all their lives.
,Tho only thing that will
TREE .AND UNLIMITED
'coinage .of silver at tho ratio
pt 10 to 1 And that's what
wo avo going to have and
"WITHOUT WAITING FOR
HIE CONSENT OP ANY
OTHER NATION ON
Alark Hannais becoming dis
gusted with John Thurston and
considers his speeches detrimen
tal to tho gold standard, as the
juastorn peoplo are onto his past
record and ho dares not speak in
,the west at all.
Tho long lists of republicans
vwho are joining tho great silver
ghosts o,rp not surprising. All tlio
teachings of the republican loaders
a few years ago were favorable to
silver. Boforo Wal) stroot and tho
multi-millionaires got control of
Jthe party it was sound on tho li-
Thoro are thousands of men in
ho United Status lo-dny who have
joiued McKinloy clubs and are
- wearing McKinloy badges against
' their will, and wji jlont have to go
. nitside of our own state and coun
' iy to find this condition of affairs
ither. You ask why is it thus?
Ask tjio railroad men.
Two years ngo Senator John M,
Thurston said: "God have the
working men if this country should
adopt the gold standard." He
jaid in his Topeka speech: "God
save the workjngmon if this coun
try should adopt freo silver." It
appears (hat Senator Thurstoti
gets rid of all responsibility by
'shouldering tho whole matter ovor
to Go;l. -Lipqoln Herald.
W. J. Bryan is making speeches
throughout tho eostorn stutes and
jsvory whoro ho is teiulered ovations
by tho laboring peoplo and is mak
ing votes by tho thousands. It is
almost impossible to obtain a cor-
- rect report through tho press as
nearly nil of the big newspapers
and tho associated piuss are eoii-
, rolled by the gold won. Many
reporters say that while thoy feel
very friendly towards Mr. Bryan
-.ut would like to do him justice,
yet they must do the bidding of
their masters iu order to draw
HWfiMiup iiMWim.L miiwmumn jwij
JuJgp Oivph tins clmllonge.l ,
Hon- A. E. Ctidy, his opponent for
congressional honors for a joint
discussion at any time and place to
suit Mr. duly. "Wo venture to say
that Mr. Cady da-o not ueoept tho
Tho assertion that free coinage
at 10 to 1 will reduce tho valuo of
tho dollar one-half, is absurd. It
will tako us nt least ton years to
coin enough silvor to give us an
available supply of cash equal to
that Franco now has in circulation.
Th question is of tho extent to
which all values will bo shrunk by
furthor contraction to tho gold ba
sis, and wo will bo ruined if wo
givo it the wrong answer.
Mr. John D. Rockefeller tho
Standard Oil magnate who is ono
of tho richest men in tho world, in
a recent address remarked that tho
good Lord had given him what
ever money ho had. It takes a
man of great spiritual vision to
discern tjio merciful hand of tho
Lord in tho operation of the Stand
ard Oil Company, Mr. Rockefel
ler's eyes have evidently been an
nointed with oil which the good
Lord gave him for nothing and ho
sold afterwards. It is said Mr.
Rockefeller will contribute $100
000, to tho republican corruption
W. M.. Iodcnco was nominated
for county attorney at tho demo
cratic convention Monday, there
by placing his namo on both tick
ets which insures his election.,
Mr. lodonce needs no introduc
tion to tho readers of Tho IIicu
ald as ho is an old settlor, a
good attorney, straightforward,
and a man against whom no ono
can say a word. James Ilollin
rako was also nominated for com
missioner of tho second district.
As tho republicans mado no nom
ination, Mr. Hollinrako is the on
ly enndidato consequently ho has
a "sure cinch" on tho office.
Wisconsin Sp.ld For Silver.
Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 2.
Tbrco political shows that opon
ed in separate rings hero to-day
avo consolidated to-night uuder
ono management. The forces of
tho triple alliance mado up of
democrats, populists and free sil
ver republicans Avill confront the
gold army in this state.
It is a comploto fusion of all
tho silvor forces of Wisconsin,
aud insuros u solid vote for Bry
an presidential electors.
To The Public.
If this gold standard talk about
50-cent dollars means anything,
hero is a chance for somo of its ad
vocates to uiako twenty-five cents
apiece on 1,000 silvor dollars. I
will put up a S250 forfeit in a Lin
coln bank on tho following condi
tions; I will pay S750 in gold for 1,000
American coined silver dollars af
ter tho passage of a freo silvor act
or forfeit the 250, the party put
ting up a like forfeit to lose if ho
fails to deliver 1,000 of such silvor
dollars at tho timo staled for $750,
G. J. Cullln,
Lincoln, Nchr., Aug. 25, 1S9G.
Paste This In Your Hat.
The following is an editorial
from tho London Financial News
"There is a plain moral in tho
remark that if- tho United Statos
would venture to cut herself adritt
from Europe and take outright to
silv.v she nould have all America
and Asia at her back and tho com
mand of tho markets of tho world
of both countries. Tho barrier o
gohl would bo more fatal than any
farrier of a custom house. Tho
bond of silver would bo strongor
than any bond of freo trade. Thoro
can be no doubt it that if tho Uni
ted Status wurn In ntlnnr. n. nilvnv
! basis tomorrow British trade would
'bo rnint'd boforo thy year was out.
Jiivery Asaencan would bo protect
ed, not only at homo, but iu every
other market. Of course tho Uni
ted States would sutler to a certain
extont through having to pay her
obligations abroad iu gold, but the
loss of exchange under this head
would be. a mero drop in the buck
et us compared to tho profit to bo
reaped from tho markets of South
America, Asia and Europe. Tho
marvol is that tho United States
havo not long ago seized tho oppor
tunity. It has been a piece of
luck that it' has never occured to
tlin AmcricnuB to scoop ua of Uio
world'siuurkets by going on n sil
vcr oasis, ami it mignt st-rve us
right if, irritated by thocontompti
blo apathy of our govornmont to
wards tho silvor problem, tho
Americans retaliated by freozing
out gold. It could be eusily done."
Box Butto Bulletin.
A slight shower in this locality
Kroesing's littlo daughter who
hnsbeen quite sick, is convalescing.
Rev. Gammon preached his fare
well sermon to a large audionce
Mrs. Geo. Snedokerand Mr. and
Mrs. Win, Hall will attend tho
statefair this week.
Misses Nannie and Julia Blair
and Beryl Bissoll visited Miss Eva
Wilson Tuesday and roport a fine
Mrs. F. M. Snedoker and child
ren returned to their homo in York,
Monday, after a two months visit
at Box Butte.
A delegate convention of the Pea
plea's Independent party of the third
representative distiiet of Nebraska
Is hereby called to meet at lttishvtllc,
Neb., on Tuesday, Sent). 15, 1800, at
10 o'clock a. tn., for tho purpose of
placing in Humiliation a candidate for
representative for said district, nnd
Tor the transaction of such oilier bus
iness us may propeily como before
The basis of representation sliall be
the sumo as Unit of the state conven
tion which is as follows, to-wit:
llox Butte.. .. 5 Dawes li
.Sheridan 9 Sioux 2
It is lecoinmended that the dele
Kates piesent cast tho i-ntire vote of
their respective counties.
A. S. JJekd, Chairman.
A delegate convention of the Peo
ples Independent party o! the four:
teentit senatorial district of Nebras
ka is hereby called to meet at
Rushvillo Nebraska, on Sopt. loth,
18UG, at 2 o'clock p. in. for the
purpose of placing In nomination
ono candidate for Senator of said
district, and for the transaction of
such other business as may proper
ly come before the convention.
Tho basis of representation shall
be tho sfimo as that of tho state
convention, whioh is as follows:
Box Butto 5 Brown .... 3
Chorr y 0 Dawes i)
Koya Pftliu . . .3 Rock 3
Sheridan 9 S oux 2
It is recommended that no prox
ies bo allowed but that tho dele
gates present cast tho full vote of
their respective counties.
A. E. Sheldon,
Notlc? to Non-rcsldent Defendant.
In tlifl district court of I?ox llutto county.
Willinm it. Abbey, plaintiff
Annie I,, l'annlnir, W. II. Funning ami W.J.
Tho almvv named dtfrml"nt W. J. TlowuVn,
will take uotk-u that on tho (Itli tiny of, AhkuH
Ib'JiJ. William It, Alibpy plaintiff hoicln lileU his
lx-tition in the district court of Uox Uutto
county against thoalx numcil (lvlentlaulf, tlio
otijei't mill iini)iru( which aro to foroolotiea
certain iiiortiiago exocut'il by tho iWonilant
Annio h. rmuiiiujto tlio American Invcbtmut
company upon tlio southeast quarter of oectioa
Sill; townWiip 27 north, rano l vest of tlio
Mjxth principal meridian in Ho llutto county
NfuriiHkn, U wcuro tho payment of one certain
irornit.ory uUo for tlio hui:i of tOi.OO. dated
March htn SteT, and duo and pajablo Due. 1st
lb'.ll with iuti roKt thereon ia)ahlo semiannually
and on which time of payment wan fterviardn
extended IHp earh from maturity thereof.
Said note and murtfawe contains tho condition
that if any tnt"rest on wild noto in not paid
within tue-nt) iIhss after tho im Ixx-omeit duo,
theu tint principal nhll immediately bacoin
due and tutyalilo at thn option of tho holder
thereof. b.nd nolo and mortice a lWoro
tho namo becnina dim for a valuahlo cnimidera
tion dull Hb8ii?ned to tho plaintiff who Ih now
tho holder and owner the reof
All of the Interest, which Itocatnn duo on fciid
principal note on tho firm day of Dee. lb'Jl, and
(iineothat lime Mill remains unpaid ami the
plaintiff elect to dJclaro tho iinnipil and in
terest tlioro on duo and pajnhlo nt once. And
tliero Ih now due the plaintiff on wild noto and
inortKiigu tho sum ot MUU.UO, with interoKt tlioro
on from tho lt.td.iy of June IrtO, at ten per cent
pr annum, riuiutiff prayB for a decree that
thedofeudentH hercqnlrcd to pay tlet Hamo or
that said premises may bo told to Kitisfy Uio
amount found due.
You aro required to answer said petition on
or lief ore the Hth day of SeptomlHT 18tHi.
Dated August U, ld).
r. v WILlilAM It. AHHEY, Plaintiff.
Uy D. K. Si'Kcut, his attornej. lp 6-1 4w.
Notice of Dissolution.
. Mmujmnd. Neb.,AiiB. 10. 1KW.
1 ho co-partnorshiii heretofore exKtin uuder
tho Arm namo ot V. II. Irion .V Itro.. is this
dsyitisholveil by mutual consent; ('. II. Irion
renmmiiif; In tho business and coljeetinx all ae
rouutHihip the firm and settling all accounte,
contracUxl by the firm. C. II. Ibion.
Taken up by the undersigned on
my premises seven milos south
west of Heminjrford, on May 15th,
1890. Ono black horse, ) years
old, weight about 900 lbs ; no
brands. John Lemon.
Takon up on Jan. 15, 1890. by
the undersigned on my premjsus 7
miles foulnweat of llomingford:
Ono dark iron-grey horso colt two
yeai-s old; ono black colt, white
face, 2 years old; one buckskin
yearling colt. No brands.
Bids will bo received by Dist.
No. 81, until Sept. 10, 18D6, for
building a sod school house 24x1(5
inuido, wall to bo Oft high; all
material to bo furnished by the
district. For further partiaulur
apply tp ollicgrs of tho hoard.
Matt It vsmi'ssex. Director
I have made up my mind to go
out of business, so I will sell all my
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Cloth
ing and Gents' Furnishing Goods at
greatly reduced prices for spot cash.
Produce will be taken at top
rices. Your faithful servant.
. . . W.
Wo havo first-class stock and doublo and sin;lo rigs, which we
furnish at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating boarder
aro unexcelled iu the city. Givo us n call.
855" Stable Corner Box Butto Avenue and Sheridan Street.
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Failit'H IiuvIjik nuliui-M Iu litis l'iiIuiiiu ru ru
(lUfftMl to rcail thu unnio carefully nntl report to
tain ollicn for cornvtion nny urrore that may
I'xiot. This vill prevent possible deluj- iu
Laud Ollicont Allinuco. fob , Auir. 12, 1&!H.
Notice iH lieri'hy bivon that tho following
iumt-d pettier lian lilcvl notice of liio iutentiun
to inako linul proof in nupport ot UIh claim nnd
that Mini proof will Imi inailu lefore tlio Ktytister
or lti!iver nt Alliance, tivb., on Sopt. "21,
ofDunlnp, Nob., whomadu 11. K. No. 2T79 for
for tin H ,) i 8ic 2i. tp iit ii, r 47 w.
He nninpt tlio followun; witni-buuH to prove
bin continnouH reisldeuoo upon and cnltiMitioii
of Miid land, iz: Joliu 1'otmeail, Jolm S . I'ol
iiiwil, YnyUm I ladi-U, Vnolnv 1'otinesil, all uf
Dunlap, Neb. J. . Wuin, Jii., lSpiBter.
Jjand Ollieeat Allinnoo. Nnh., Atitf. .'!, 1
Notice im herein frlvmi thnt. tin ff.Tl.uini. nam
ed settler ha filed notice of her intention to
inaka unai proot tn support ol licr cluiin. aud
that said proof will Ik, made txiforo I,, A.JJor
rinKtoii, U.S. ('. C. ConimiMsiouer.atC'raw'lord.
Neu., on Sept 1R, lbW, vu:
ot Hell, Jleb., who made H. K. l!Ml for the n W
n x wc 11, A uHuwktseo IS, tp JB n, r M w.
Sho imniea the following witnefMNw to prove
her coutinuouH r4idwnoe upon nnd culthntlon
"t '. land viz: Ed Inojj, Hell. Not,., Joe
Mm)r, MarfUnd, Nob., Ix DickiUKon, Williaui
1'. lnou, of iidil, Neb.
IjindOlhro at Alliance. Neb , Au, 3, l9fl
Notice lHheroliylveii that th following nam
ed hit tier hav filed uotion of hi intention to
nmUo final proolin b-ipport of bin claim. and
that haul proof will be muda beforo Ufh-intr or
Keoei,w at, Alliance, iNeh. n bept. 15, lo00, vu:
CHAULKS A. LOCKWOOD,
of Canton. Nub., who mado H. K. No. 2Klfor
the lot S. J, o t n w J A- n o b w U beo IK, tp
SO n. r yt w.
lte naniiii the following wltnwkeg to prorp
biuCAfntinuouK riddance niton ami cultivation
of Miid laud. vU: S. 1. WnKht, O. II. C!nton,
Nloa lleorhu, VT. C Phillip, nil of Cauton.
Neb. J. W. WailN, J a., Keuuter.
U. S. Land OUioa, AUIauoe, Neb., Aug. 27, 100
Notice 18 hereby given that
ISAAC C. MILUOUS.
of Ynneleve. Iown, ha filstl notie of inUution
to make finni proof before H-b4r and Hoeoiver
at Alliance. Neb , on tho 5t.hd.iy of OuloW.
1SW), on timO-r oaltnra applieaUon No. 757 for
the loU I A'S A W n o i me S, tp sfJ n. r W w.
He name on wilnee-wa: Aimunt Kvldw, Har
ney Itnlbur. John Aromtronsf, John Liah.ck, all
of ileuimiiford, Nwi.
J. W. Wxh.s, Jn.. It. Btsur
U. 8. Land OITiee, Alltanc. Neb., July 29, LS00.
Notice i hereby ttiven that
DIXON S CUNNV.
linn filod noticp of intention to make final proof
boforo lteclpter Hud Iteiwiver at lliance, .cb.,
n tlm ntltilny (r rtopt. tMrt. on timtntr rnlturn
npplieili'in wo. CM, for tlio o !i n e U & o 4 s o
ii wo 20, tp za a, r At w.
IIonann,ns'wtnosofi: Wilson L Asbbrook,
llurry . At-hhrook, of Hall, Neb., John IV Haz
ard, of Lawn, Nob., Chariot) Hall, of Canton,
JOSKPH B. DICKINSON,
of Canton, hub., who mado II. K. llion for th?
h H t w i, A w H h o w -l tp 27 n, r Pt- w.
Ho tinmen thu followlni; wituikses to provo
Mn cotitluuouHiehidenco iion and cultivation
oi haul hunt, viz: Witmm L. Anhbrook, llarry
A. AHhbrook, of IIpII, Neb., John V. Hazard, of
l-awii, eb., Charles hall, of Canton, b.
J. W. WllIN'. Jr., Hester,
Lind OIHonnt Alliance, Neb., July 23, 181X5.
Notion ie lier.3b giveii that th foliovrinf,
liatned settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proot in support of bis Claim, aud
tuat xaid proof will bu made beforo ltt-KiHtJ-r
and ltiHjeiver at Alliance, Neo., on August SUth'
IWil.viz: VllMW, FIIANK,
of Lawn, Neb., who rnsda II li No. r30, for the
b Vi w t A w J so mv H , tp J, r 3.'.
He names tho following wiUuweato provo IiIh
continuous residence upon aud iiultivntion of
tald laud, viz: Trank Caha, Henry Wintan, Al
Ijert Kraupa. o Lawn, Neb., Frank Iirajicek, of
Alliauce, Uvb. Also,
of Ijwn, Nel., wlio tuada II K No, CS) for tho
uekw 15, tp , th Xi.
HouameM the following witnesses to provo
his continuous residncw uiMin and oultivatiou
otfuld laud, vfz: Frank t aha, Henry Winteu,
Albeit Krnupi, ot Lavrn, Nb I'rauic Krajiuek,
ot A'liaiicu, Nab. J. W WU.N, Jii., lteibter.
U. S. I-and OUice, Alliance, Neb., June.'!, 1SIM1.
Notice is hereby kivuu that WILLIAM L.
CLAl'I'.of Fnirlleld, Iowa, lun tlletl noticoof
intention to make Unal proof boforo L. A. I)or
riniiton, U B. C. C Coni'rnt lusotlioe int liail
ron, Neb , on tho itli Uay of bept. ItfM, un tim
Ijw oulturo application No. 01U. for t lie 8 W N K
Ui.N liHKku( iwetlun No. tii, in township
he named as Tritnesses: Ijoyd Herven 1'ow
ell, CharlcH W. Miuard, Thoiuas C lthyan, of
Heminuford, Nb . Charles W. Doran, of
houtfh, Nelt. J. W. Wbhk, Jn., Itiyitter.
Ijiud Ollleo at Alliance, Neb . Auuust 10, IhlW.
Notiuo is hereby given that the following
nftined settlr has tiled notice of hit- intention
ip make final proof in support ot his claim and
Uiut said proof vil be made boforo Hegister
aud lteoeher at Alliance, Neb., on Sept. 'M, lbtu.
Tiz: JOEL T. WIDMAN.
of I'ebwsbursr, Neb., who mado T. O. entry No.
Sa lor lot i, fev, it nw V Aw b w U sj I, tp
GttO r glit w.
H iwnii k th following witnatwos to prove
bUrlsim to said land, vii; I. O.QriUIUi. K.
W.ly.-ve.J. W. Ijree. I). S. Frarter. sit of
ittu.iu-ioid, Nub. J W Webx, Jk.. Ktiiier.
Thpro will be services at the
Catholic church on Friday. Sopt.
1th, and also on Sunday Soot.
All parties dosirincr to mnlro
final proof canjlmyo thoir papers
mado out at The Herald office,
freo of charge, and promptly
bi-uusnutica to tne land office.
If you want to subscribe for
any newspaper or magazine
Republican, Democratic, Populist
or Prohibitionist call at this
offlco; wo will save you money.
Everybody should tulro a good
newspaper during tho campaign,
and they're go cheap, too.
The undersigned will tako cattle
to herd for the season of 1896, sit
Fosket's ranch. Terms, 31, for sea
son, from May 1st to Oct. 15th.
15. D. Pircn.
THINKS THE MOON IS SAFE.
Its SecrotR Will Not Do ltevenleU by th
IJIn l'urli Tlecope.
George Manville Fonn, in a letter to
tho London Nows, has thi3 to say
about tho great 1'nrin telescopu now
making at Pads and which, according
to rocent stories, la to show "tho moon
one yard off."
"I have read with much Interest tho
articlo of your Parin correspondent
bearing the above buadiug from tho
fact that for the pst two years I havo,
bGcn experimenting upon the possibil
ity of producing a teleacope or optic
glass of far greater power than any
thing we havo nt present onhe way.
"Now, M. DeloDcle's venture for tho
Paris exhibition certainly Bounds big,,
but upon carpfui'y going over your
eorrepondent'u rornrt, it. seems to mo
perhaps wronglj that tho learned
Frenchman 13 not about to ecllp3o tho
Mount Hamilton glass, neither will ho
equal the larger instrument being set
up ,at Chicago. Theco are refractors
pure and 3imple, but with nil tho re
sources of tho glassmaker brought to
hoar In producing tho most perfect
"Wo read nothing of tho kind wih
regard to M. Dolonclo's Instrument.
Wo are told of a huge disk of glass
nearly 1 feet In diameter, but upon
yoftr correspondent's ohowlng, thl.i
13 not to form either the objective for
a rofr?ct!ng telescope nor a m'rror for
a reflecting tolescopo, but a plane mir
ror to uee on tho principle of a sldc
rostat, whllo tho lenses of flint nnd
crown glass, which form the true tel
escope, aro 1 meter 25 centimeters
In diameter; that Is, about that of tho
Chicago glass, whose power it cannot
possibly equal, from the losa of light
caufsed by the moon's rays being re
flected from his plane mirror through
his huge tubo that Is to say, the raya
are rec'cd second hnnd from tho
reflector, Instead of primarily from tho
planet, an in the caeo of all great re
"Frorr the abov circumstances, tho
image to be produced must bo fainter
upon M. Delonclo's principle, and ho
propesoa to weaken It still maro by
casting tho Image upon a screen instead
of directly upon the retina of tho ob
scrvcr'fi eye. For popular visual pur
poses M. Delbnclo's instrument will
doubtless be a succesa, but it will only
provo so from the spectacular point of
view to amuse an audience. Its scien
tific value will be nil, whllo its cost
seems to be absurd. I venture to thinlt
that upon my own prtnclplo I could
produce ten times the effect nt a tllho
of the amount. If I am wrong a couplu
of years' thoughtful experimenting
have been in vain."
GREAT DEiGllATIG DAILY
of tho Northwest.
Will be sent postpaid to any
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ono yoar for
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los. It Is o flrst-olass nows
papor of 12 and 16 pesos (Sun
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Dally and Sunday, 1 year. . . , 6.00
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