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OFFICIAL RAPER OF
1 BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
PiitilUlml evrty Krfdar and nred at llio
tMiat-ollio' In lleroltrttftthh Neltrarfkn. n ciml-
nihil matter. Tub Ht!nu.rileoil to
'Dm inUrtwU of llniiiiiRfurd anil llox Ilulto
TII03. J. O'KUnnn, Publisher.
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1 MiB8 A. K NEtUJ(l Biirlntmlcnt.
rius.lUusN i Hiirvirr,
-I)n. W.K. MiM.im Coroner.
" J)n. It. VV. IJowman l'hf Intan.
Janes llAijuv CamniifSlniicr Ift Out.
J A. HnLf.iXn.iKS CninmlcMnnir 9nil Ht.
,U. Y. DusdAJf (Vmiinlnn!onrlIrilDlet.
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I WM. .1, URYAN, of Nebrnpkn.
Ji'or Vlco Proslilont,
ARTHUJl SEWALL, of Maine.
FOK VltKBtDKNTlAli Kr.UCTOItB:
ntEU MIJTZ, Sit,, of DriuglaB.
(0. W. l'ALM, of Lmiciiptor.
Y. ,T. J1ALB, ofMndl.-on.
X. 1'IASOEKI, of Howard.
V. O. ALUEUTS. of Clay.
,S. L. KOSTRYZE, of Saline.
M. V. IIA1UUNGTON, of Holt.
J. K. OAS1P11ELL, of Naoo.
SILAS A. ItOLCOMT), of Cuatcr.
Pur LiQillonant Governor,
JOHN E. 1IAK1US, of Nomnlia.
For Secreravy of State,
WM. P. 1'QItTER. 0 Merrick.
' J. F. COllNEtVL, of Richardson.
J. H, MESEUVE, of Ucd Willow.
For Snp't Public Instruqtlon,
WM, H. JACKSON, of llolr,.
For Cotn'r Pub. Lands mid UiillJIngs,
J. V. WOLFE, of Lutiuualer.
For Attorney General,
, 0.. I. SMYTH, of loimlns.
For Supveme Judne, (4 years),
WM. NEVILLE, of Lincoln;
For Siiprcnin Judfju, (5 years),
J. Kl ItKTATUlUJCof Lancaster.
For Regent State University,
f AM. MUNIIOE, of Douglas.
For Congressman. Sixth District.
YM. L. GHKENE, of Huilalo.
For County Attorney, .
W. M. IODENCE, of Horsey.
For Commissioner Second District.
State Elections Thus Far.
W)i. 180G. 1890.
Orepon.. J5,0(JO,r. 2,300,r. l'J.OOO.tl.
Mlnbamsi 27,000,d. 40.000,a. ll),000,d.
Vrnnnt i!8,000,r. 81,00,i-. U.OOO.r.
AYkar.Stis 48,000,(1. t),000,tl. 2D,000,ii.
Maine... SS.OOO.r, 45,0l)0,r. 7,000,r.
Totnl democratic pains to date 53,000
Ttal republican gulnn u tlattv 18,000
"William v J. Buyan addressed
an audience' of 200,000 at Louis
ville, . Ky., Tuesday. Tho whole
'south is fairly nblosso with enthu
siasm. i -
"Wasliington, Lincoln and Bry
an nvo tho mon' whom it appears
Hho Almighty has given us
Nvhen they were most needed to
A. E. Sheldon, editor of the
Chadron Signa,lBccordor was
'nominated by tho popnlist party,
Tuesday, for' representative of
the 53d district. Mr. Sheldon is
the gentleman whom tho Alli
unco Guide declared to bo "the
brainiest man of tho party in
Northwest Nebraska." There is
no doubt as to his election.
You ask why it is that nearly
all tho big newspapers aro sup
porting McKinloy? Tho answer
is very plain. In order to estab
lish a large daily nowspaper it
requires a capital of at least
$100,000 and in addition tho nows
franchise which runs from $85,1
000 to S50.000, therefore you soq
lhat you must be the possessor
of a small forUmo or havo thJ
baching of somo millionaire, as
for instance in Chicago 'whore
every daily nowspiqior but two
firo under Iho control of ono mail
John R. Wolcli, ' U oldbitjf
mUlionulro. llow could thoso
pnpors do othorwiso than support
McKinloy? They ivould find
out on very short iiotico that it
would ho as unprofitable for thorn
as it is for tho railway man who
has tho Mrtudacity" to wear a
Tho Alliance goldhug papors
iBitko a groat blow of tho largo
nmnbur of railway mon who en
rolled their namos on tho sound
money club but thoy fail to say
anything about tho circumstances
undor which throe-fifths of thoso
names Wore secured. With tho
men who aro working for cor
porations it is a ease of "you'll
havo, to, or malco room for some
ono who will' and a fellow who
woars a McKinloy button- oven
if, ho ain't worth powder enough
lo blow him up is suro to hold
hie lob until uftor election. Oh
yes, this is a free country. J.
Piorpont Morgan can mako his
omployeos wear McKinloy but
tons, but ho will find out next
November that ho can't make
thorn commit suicide,
Judge Greene Nominated,
Tho' (lotriocriitio congressional
CQiivoniion war. held nt Olmdron
TuoBduy. L.'B. Fontier of Box
Butto was oleclod chairman and M.
J. Blowott ot Sioux, secretary.
DoleyatoB from nil the Counties
-wcjro instructed for Judge Greono
and ho wis nominated b' nccliinm-
strong resolutions wcro adopted
indorsing tho CJiieago platform
and especially tho silver plank;
commends the administration of
Govornor Holconib, condemns tho
action of the republican stato
board in its attempt to prevent tho
investment of tho permanent
school funds, and congratulates the
democracy of the stato in its wiso
selection of J. 0. Dalilman as
chairman of tho stato contra! com
After the selection ot John G.
Maher of Olmdron as chairman
and 0. B. Scott of Kearney as sec
retary of tho congressional com
mittee tho convention adjourned.
Tho following"- appointments
woro made by the M. E. confer
ence at Ainsworth.
A. R. Julian, iwositiUig oldor,
Chadron, O. S. Bakor.'
. Crawford, O. L. Ramsey.
Ilomingford, T. J. Hazelton.
Alliance, R. II. Gammon.
Hay Springs and Rox Butte,
C. E. Conuoll,
Taken up by the undersigned nn
my premises seven miles south
west of llominjrford, on May 15th,
1S9G. Ono black horse, 0 years
old, woight about 900 lbs ; no
brands. John Ldmon.
Taken up on Jan. 15,. 189U. by
llip undersigned on my premises 7
miles southwest of ilomingford:
Onn dark irou-groy horse colt two
years old; ono black colt, white
face, 2 years old: one buckskin
yearling colt. No brands,
All parties desiring to mako
final proof oan"hayo their papers
made out at TubHeuai.d office,
freo of charge, and promptly
transmitted to tho land offtco.
If you want to subscribe for
any newspaper or maga.ino
or Prohibitionist call at this
office; wo will jjavo you money.
Byorvbody should tuko" a good
nowspaper during tho campaign,
and they're so cheap, too.
Dimlap choose is tho host on
tho market Try it.
F. E. HOLSTEH,
(B. & M. Watch Examiner.)
Charges ronsonnhle; sntisfiiotion
trunrnntued. Orders left at the
Heiuld ollice will recovo prompt
Nolle to N'on.rei'J'nt Defendant.
tn Uio dIMrlct winrl of Uoz JloUa county,
William It. Aubftr, trtnlntllT
Awib U I'nnnlnp. W. II.
Fanning and W.J.
Tb a bow tmrAfil riefdilnt W. J.'UnwdMi,
IlllnVn niliit tliAton Ui fltli day of Auunst
Will take notion tliaten ttit (1th day of Aunt
It!. William It, Alitor plnlnillTlieri'lri fllwl lilfl
petition In Uio dintlet conrt of llox Unit
ronnly Rwnlnrt tli alKjv nnrwtl iMentlant, tim
olj(viiHi wnrnm which are io iorvio, a
certnin morUaRo oxccntl by the dftfondnnt
Annie-1.. Pannintttutlio American Invwlm-mt
romfany niton the onthiBt rpiartor of section
SI In (ownHiU27 north, rnnn 4t wwtt of tlie
nlxtli iirtnelixil mnrlillnn in Hox Untto county
Nrbranka, l seciiru tho pj ment of ono certain
jiromipmiry note for tho sum of $400.00, ilautl
Mnroli Mh 1WT. and dno rind arablft I)o. lot
lsUI with lfitTft tliArcnn p.iyiible utmlannually
nndon wlilrh time of lmjnimit rtn nltfrwardii
oxtndcd firo years from nmturily tlierrof.
Bald imtonnd mortenwo roiitalnd tho condition
Utnt if any intorrft on Mild nolo In not paid
Wltlun twenty davn after tln mme Ikk'huim Iuo,
Ulnn tho iiriii'oipnl nhftll itnmedlatuly bcomn
dun and lainblo nt tho ontion ot tho holder
ilnnniKl ii.ijiwuo at ttio option ot tho holder
thorcof. Batd note and morti;aiTA w hfore
the inio lxiano dim for a alnnbls roiixidera
Uonduly uNHlunedto IhopIaintllT who is now
tho holder and owner thereof.
All of tho interest vihich hocamo due on mild
nrlnnloal hoto on tho lirrt daV of Dv. 1BU5. and
idnccthat timontill remniiiH unpaid and tho
plaintiff oloct to ilooiaro tho iiriurliml and in
tornut tiiarp on duo ami lnnoio at once.
thurn la ,wiw ilna t hi tilltintiff nn nt nritn
inorlKiiRu tli" nnin of "StOO.OO, -with intnreot thrn
on from tho Iflt day of Jun Wi. at Urn tier cent
par annum. 1'laintilT prayn for a dnareo Unit
tho doff nJentH lierequiretl to pay tho wmo or
that all pronilflea may be Hold to wvtlufy tho
amount found duo.
You am rinlrel to answer eald ntlt!on on
or befnro tho 14th day of Sopteinber 1SW.
DaUxl Autmt(l, 18HII.
WIl.lilAM 11. ArtHEY, DalntlfT.
By D. Iv. Sr.unT, his attorney. fp -7 Iw.
Notice of Dissolution.
MAtm.AND, Nob., Aug. 10, 1W0.
Tho co-partnofBlilp lierotoforo exititiiifr under
tho firm imino of (. H. Jrion & llro., la thin
dayulKholved by nuitnal connent: t'. II. Irion
romainlnK in tho lmatni'iH and colhvitiuK nil an
countH duo tho firm and Nettling all arcountn.
contracted by tho firm. (!. ii. lnto.v..
Notice to Non-resident Defendant.
In tho District Court of llux Dutto connty,
Wn.MAit N. Peahson )
Maut A I'eahbon. )
MnrvA. l'cnrson. defendant, will takn notion
that on tho tnh day ot UeptemlioT, 18W, tho
plaintiff herein filed bin jmtitlon in IhodlKtiict
court of liox llutto county, NebraHka. acuiiipit
Bald defendant, Iho object and prayer of which
id to proetiron divorco from tho bond of matri
mony exitttlnt: U'tween thopartie hereto, and
any f nrthor rollot which tho court may deem
yon aro reo.ulrel to answer paid petition on
or tieforotho liitli day of October, 18'JD.
Datwl Boot. 10. IK).
WILLIAM N. PKAKSON, Plaintiff.
By h. A. DEnp.Y. his attorney.
Hon. J. W. Wbiik. Jn., lteietor.
Hoy. F. M. Khoome, llccolvor.
l'artlea linvitiK notices in this column are ro
nuebtod to read tho samo curnftiily and report to
tliiH olUc for correction, any arrnrH thatnvty
exit. Thin will pruvuut posHiblo delay in
Land OHico at Alilaneo( Nell.. Sept. 14, lfaOl.
Iiotire In heruby kIycii tbnt tho following
named settler has tiled uotlco of bin intention to
make final proof in support of his olaim and
that said proof will tKroa.lo btforu lleKieter or
UeoeiviT ut Alliance, Neb., ou Octobor l, lB'Al,
llOUAfT. i. FILLMOJIK,
of Itomlnfortl, Neb., who mado T. C. entry No.
7K for tho n v U sw Jll, tp "JO, r 60.
Ho iuuns tho followimi witneBWH to puito
tils claim to said Jauil, viz: Hamuol l( ilarrlsou,
Kred Ahley, James furry, J. U. Ilouonbertrcr,
all of HeminKtord, Neb.
J. VI. VfEHN,JR.. ItORlBWr.
Iind Oince at Alliance. lieb., AtlK. 12, 1M
Notico is hereby Klven that tho following
named settler lias hied notico of lilft intention
to nmko liual proof lu support of his claim ami
that wild proof will bo nmUo boforo the HeiRtor
or Horoher at Altlauco, Nob., on Sept. Ill,
AL,uia i. I'vur.iAiv,
of Dunlap, Nob., sliomadoll. 12. No. 27T0 for
for the b o J4 sec US. tp "JU n, r 47 w.
Ho names tho following witnesses to provn
his continuous rcsldunoi upon and uultitatlon
of said laud, vlls John Polcivill, John V". l'ot
mpsll, Yayton I'ladeU, Vaclav Pottnetiil, all of
Duulap, Neb. J. W. Weun, Jll., lScKiotor. ,
U. B. Tnil Onii-e, Alllanen. Nob., Aug. 27, 1R03
Notico is horoby Kivcn that
ISAAC V. MILHOU8,
ot Yanclovo, Iowa, lias filed notice of intention
to malco final proot before Uoli.toraud llecoivtir
at Alliance, Nub, ou tho Bth day of October,
ltJWJ. on tlrnVr culturo application No. 757 for
io loin i & i s i n o u fcw -, ip n. r w w.
He names an witnesses: August Telder, Har
ney llaltmr, John Armstroiu;, John llahrck, all
ot llemlnxroril, Men. v
J. W. Weh, Jit., lleglstor.
Land Oifico at Alliance, Nob . Ansuet 10, ldW.
Notico is Jieroby (,'iven that tho following
named settler has tiled notico of hii intention
lo make final nroof in sumiort of his alalm and
tlint Mild proof will bo made before) Jtegister
and HecelTur at Alliance, Hob., on Sept. "y, ltfeU,
h: -JOEL T. W1DMAN,
of 1'cterabnrK, Nob., "who mado T. C. entry No.
OiTi for lot 4, aw U nw li & w 54 8 w M Beo ), tp
hn names tho following witnesses to iirovo
bis claim to said laud, vu: 1. U.Urltlith. W. W.
Tyreo, J. WTyw, II. S. 1'razior, all of
HoailiiKford, Nub. J. W. Wehn, Jk-, Hmistcr.
THE GQMMQN PEOPLE
are tired of tho old, worn-out
chestnut of "protection" and
"free trade," having heard
it harped uponall their lives.
Tho only thing that will
. IS TUB
FREE -AND UNLIMITED
coinage of silver at tho ratio
of 10 to 1 And that's what
wo are going to hnvo and
WITHOUT WAITING FOR
THE CONSENT OF ANY
OTHER NATION ON
HAS T OTtTAIM A PATENT?
rroini. answer nuu an uuiiwi. uiuuimi. u.w . ,
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,U u n il v l I... lvntt irnt u unu ueuiij v.,7 iwm.
oxenenro tn tbo ratont busuioM. Couirauntra.
tionsMrlctljr coiitldcimnl. A HtilnUiuolt of In
formation concornms 1'ntentM and bow to ob
tain them sent free. Alto a catalcauoof mccban
lca and oientlUo booVn sent frta
l'alenu taken throusu Munn & Co. rccelvo
ppt-dal notice In the Nrli-ntlllo Ainei irmi. nnd
tbus are troucnt widely before me pimitcmin.
oul cosi io tue inventor, 'inn pimcihitu
Issued weekly. ele anily tllnjt rated, bus by
largest ououIMina. of hut tcloutlrto work la tue
world. S;t a year. t-aniiifl cniuns sent free. .
JJulldhiK IMUIoi), monthly. fit-JOnytfur. ftnuto
copies, '2$ cents. Kvcry nusitwr oontnlua beau,
tltitl platej. tn colors, snd phototiraiilis of new
houses. Tfltii plan. (Hiabllns builders to how tba
lulet draten nd fdouro oontrrm. Address
llUSli A. COM NKW Yomk, 3 til UllUAUWAY.
I have made up my mind to go
out of business, so I will sell all my
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, C!oth
ing and Gents' Furnishing Goods at
greatly reduced prices for spot cash.
Your faithful servant,
. . . W. K. HiERNCALL.
"Wo have first-class stock and doublo and sincrlo rigs, Avhich wo
furnish at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating boarder
aro unexcelled in tho city. Givo us a call.
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Harrisburg (Pa.) Call.
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istic ideal as The CHICAGO RECORD."
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tries, that The CHICAGO RECORD comes
as near being the ideal dally journal as we
are for some time likely to find on these
mortal shores." Prof. J. T. Hatfield in
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received by all postmasters. Address THE CHI
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of the Missouri Jiioor.
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THE CHICAGO CHRONICLE,
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LIFE LINES OF THE FOOT.
What They Itevext to tho Character
There is man In Philadelphia who
claims that it Is much easier to road
an'a chnrnctor and past and future?
from tho maps on the solos of onr'o
foot than it is from the palms of tho
li&tid, snya tho Philadelphia Press.
Ho calls it "pedalogy" and If the scof
far who passoB his door and looks In
fit tho maps on his walls calls it "Trll
Ijyiom," that docs not matter. Thoro
Aro ueflffcrs at everything, he It true
The pedaloglRt, while refusing to tell
the names of tho owners of tho feet In
most cases, showed a number of dia
grams the othor day nnd explained how
ho read the fortuneo ot the solca.
"Hero," ho said, "Is a public char
acter and well-known actress. Hero la
her story. Look at It. It's worth
studying, for she la ono of tho moat
beautiful women on tho American
Etngo and la remarkable In other ways.
Her foot is so beautifully nrched that
little of her solo touched the paper
when she placed her foot upon It. Tho
Intellectual and nrtlstlc lines arc clear
ly defined on her foot; nnd ono noed
but hear her speak for a few moments
to realize thnt her artlsltc and tnontnV
capabilities aro of n high order. Tho
lines of Intuition nnd imagination aro
remarkably long. The cross between
the lino of love and tho head lino Indi
cates that In a love affair she would
be governed largely by reason. Sho
has strong affections, according to tho
long heart line."
A tontrast to tho actresses' foot was
that of a factory girl from Kensington.
This was a foot common to people of
little education. There was scarcely
nny instep to the foot. The lines of
imagination, mental capacities andin
tultion wcro very short and tho ar
tistic line was entirely lacking. Tho
heart and love lines wero Well defined
and long. The lines also indicated
firmness and great ambition, with a de
cided fondness for pleasure. So tho
Still another foot was that of a so
ciety girl. Hero again was the high
nrch. It showed among other thlncs
that sho did not have to stand upon her
feet 03 did the poor factory girl. Tho
lines told of her having less heart and
less ambition tknn the factory girl,
too. Thoro wore selfishness and vani
ty in the impression. It seemed well
that silk stockings and dainty shoes
usually kept it from the sight of those
who would read Its owner's character
in the sole of that foot.
There was the foot of the preacher
and tho policeman and tho lawyer and
each seemed to tell a story In keeping
with its owner's vocation and habits.
Last of all camo the print of tho man
about town. There was no arch there.
It had come down "flat-footed." It
looked as if It wero used in walking up
and a fashionable street and standing
about the club. It had good naturo and
soIf-Gatisfacllon, some generosity and
conio brains in it, but little ambition.
FIaorcil tvltli Tolmcco Julon.
"I am informed that a large trade In
the manufacture of English cigars is
carried on, principally In tho east ond
of London. All tho ends of cigars and
cIgarottP3, 'doJels,' chewed 'quids, etc.
uro bought at so much per pound from
public houses, music hails, etc., besides
thoso picked up in the street These
savory morsels aro put into a largo
hath, where a kind of tobacco broth
"In iho early autumn, when tho
chr3tnut leaves arc beginning to turn
a golden color, parties aro organized
who go wherever they can get a. good
supply o' theso leaves, which are theu
put on lpng wires and immersed in this
filth for cither a long or short time,
according to tho requirements of a
strong or mild cirr. Those leaves are
then rolled Into English cigars."
Tho above correspondent's statement
tallies with an incident which occurred
some years ago, when a certain person
was charged with illegally manufactur
ing cigars. His defenso was that tho
cigars he manufactured did not contain
a particle of tobacco. HIh cltrnre wero
mado of brown paper, embossed to loo'c
like leaves, and steeped in tobacco
juice. London Standard.
tlrUlr' ItPtnrt to 'ngrranll.
After one of Col. Robert G. Ingcr
boJI's chnractorlstic lectures in New
York he mot Gen, Daniel G. Sickles,
who had been In the audience, and
"What did you "think of my lecture,
"Do you eco that cripple across tho
street?" askod Sickles.
What would you think of me If I
should go over now and kick tho
crutchos from under him?"
"I'd feel lll;o kicking you," answered
"I foel In almost the same humor to
ward you. You havo klckod the crutches
of my religion from under me," said
tho gonoral. Kansas City Star.
A Itrlglit JQiiira WoniHli.
Tho most colebratod woman In Japan
to-day I3 Mine, Oyama, chief lady-in-waiting
to the empress. She Instructs
tho ladies of the court in European eti
qiiotte, of which she knows more than
many noted Kuropoans. Sho la very
beautiful, brilliant intellectually and a
skilled linguist. Sho was most care
fully educated in thl3 country and soon
after her graduation from college sho
became engaged to Oyama, tho distin
guished Japanese field marshal.
One Ilfidromlii;; Feature.
"There's ono good thing about your
cyclcnos," said tho visitor to tho old
settler in St. Louli.
"I don't know what it can be," re
plied the old settler.
"Why," said the gonial visitor, "thoy
never strlko below tho belt." New
York Herald. .
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