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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1896)
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llox. J. V. Wrn"..In.. Iteftlefr.
Mutt, f'. M. liirffOMB. 11co1yt.
Turtle Tinvlntf notice tn thl erJnnrt aro re-'
quMtftl a rinil tli winiBOirflfiillRJllniimrtto
tills olilr fur currPTtioti ony cflrorn in may
(xlft Thl vrjll tiretonj iKMtlblo delay In
Jmixiiiiyiiyw ihwf bim mirn
ytt n""s f iff
, ii r v -
On eo the Law Kitrlindo tlm Hllltiir of
j Cow In Thl Cmiiitry. ' ' "
Tito llrat cattle that were toanglit
Into the Anu;rcaacolonloNworolniuiu"d
hi the JtiineBlWr plantation, in Vii
felnia, Hj thb year IM17. Thuy uumo
mwii wiu w km . . - - - , d 0nco t A11Wllcc, Hc,, toM. ,7, isod.
fironiumta of the citttlu tnUen to those ' j,0tiw t imrotiy Klwn Unit
islands by Uoluinlnts on hlasocond voy- John "W Plci'CO
njro.lnthcyfrU03. in '"'""at ulVmAnlmAmt .hn,r,.d ..ot'tcoof In.-
cows were landed, and iiynln, In Hill, Uon to rank lUial Kwit baforo liwd'ti'r or Ito-
nbout 10A ticail tnoro otw Ttrotiirhi to rprI"i,!?,:'V."",H"L,1.?L,..jRJ):
tho plantation. This, therefore was rortlipultUHPoHMpawn, rww.
tho genohis of tho cattle mislneas In
In ordor to encourage tho Industry
to tho fullest possiblo'Vxtont ah order
"vnH pawned forbidding tho slaughter of
tin tmtnitM nil nltttrMHi: Julin P. Nflantl.
James A lliiiitor. William 1). I'rous, Hamilton
Hull, all ol Hcmliisfonl, Nun. .'
' J. 1Y WUIN, Jll., "''XISHT.
I .unit flflinn nt Alliance Nol) . Dm. 7. I MM.
NntJi lit lfrihv L'lxoti tlikt the following nam
I .l Wt.... I. - It i v.l Hkllrfn if l.ta (hUliliilli
any nntm.il of tho hoVInc hind under niaituilnal 'iroorinjinniiort or liU rialra ami
tliia rcBtrle- tliamalil.proor vrin i inane uriorc iiiiriau-rw
iKMlalty of death. L'titler
tloti tho number of eattlo Increased to
Tto.00!) In Virginia ttlono Lufore tho end
cl tho year Kill).
Tito first cattle brought into tho
Jiow England coloule arrived tit
J'lyiuouth in 1031, tnd wero imported
fivm England byOnornor Winalow.
'J'hrcs heifersf)ml a Inrtl made up tho
cargo; "in color," the old record wiyft,
"they wore black, blnelc and white and
brlndlo." hi 1020 twelve cows wero
Lent to Cupc Ann, und in 1021) thirty
f1nora. In 4030aout lt)0 wero Imported
."for tho excluKivo Viso of tho colony of
Massachusetts bay." During the sam'c
year 103 vfre fcent from Holland to
Xow York,so hat by the year 1(130
thero were a good many head of
."horned cattle" in the different 'col
,' The reader naturally thlulcs of tljcvs
animals uk Hupcrb HpocimciiH of the
"Vovlno race, but they wcto not. His
tory, that is, tho curious and in tores f
Ing part of history, tcllti us that tho
nverngo weight of fat cuttle in tho
litvcrpool market as lute as 1710 wni
only 370 pounds. AVltat an evolution
,iu 18D ywrs?
OLD LONDON CHUCHpS.
Tho l'eitllentlut Atrit WltU Which They
' nro rilloi!.
Tho Church of St. M ry Woilnoth,
which stands out conspicuously at tho
'King William street comer of Lombard
frtroet, Loudon, was closed ton months
hgo. and It is tJlellr from tho statement
of tho reotor that tho step was not
premature It has been his unhap iy
lot to bo often stirtled h the uour&t! of
his services by a loud yet mufljod
tound, evidently issuing froms tho
faults under tho 'church. As theso
ivou aro now "hermetically sealed,"
thophenomennn may well have cx-
sncitotMlie imaginations of timid mem-
Ar t$iO:e congregation. Mr. llrookc,
!i8wcK"T0Cognipd tho noises only
,toa well. They were catfwd by thjO
"falling of leaden eolllns, som'etlmefi
from tho height of ten or twelve feet,
in consequence of tho mouldering
away of tho coffins of oak and olni on
which they had been piled. It would
bxfweH if theovlLiof this relic of the
barbarous systoni of intramural inter
jnent had ended here. Uufnrtun vtoly
th ptoce'ss of "hermetically scaling,"
according to Mr. Urookos ovideuco
bforo tho eonaibtory court of St.
1ViYW Cuthedral, has lifccn nuVthmg
but "hermetlcnl." Mr. Jlrooko de
clares that for years nearly ov -ry
otHoial had died from tho clients,
.tllrcbt- ot indirect, of tho unendurable
Bmcll. J !-
jt Arthur Sttlham, tho counsel rep
resenting tho parish, stated tlmt 1,081
adults and 122 ch ldrcn had been dc
positsd in this horVlblo" receptacle
between 1700 and 183'.'. In tho latter
year accoidlng to Mr. Stathnm, tho
,v.tulth wero closed for burials; but theso
burials in St. Mary Woolnoth, if
burials thoy can bo called, wero con
tinued for ut lest twolve jcaraaiter
tho latter date. ' -
' Wanted, Two Ctooil 3Iurderer.
Somo curious letters passed between
flarrick and a man named Stone. The
iJaitQr was employed to, gc,t rccruit-t
for tho lower parts of tlio drama, and
one night he wrote to Oarriek; "Sir:
,'4'ho Ittshop of Winchester is getting
rcfng at th,o Ilcar and swears ho will
,hot piny to-night." At first sight tlis
seems peculiar conduct for a bishop,'
but it thould bo explained that tho
foinnuifiK'atlon only r.fcra to the man
ingaged'to take tlmt character In tho;
play of "Henry III." On another
occasion Garrlck wrote to Stone: "If
you can get ma two good murderers I
will pay you handsomely, particularly
tlm .spouting fallow who keeps tho
fipple ht'ull'Ah Tower Hill; tho cut in
the face is just tho 'thing. 'ick mo
tip an aldoiiiuiu or two for Uleluml if
you can, nndkrravo no objections to
roat with you for a comely mayor."
A 1'oJcock't Uttlo roller Mother.
lliyclverotAllIncp,Nob. on Jan. 10, ISU0, ltt
tt Dnnliip, JVK. who mnilo II. E. No. 2S1 for
Urn n M fpo 33. 1 1) 2 n, r 48.
, Jlo namea the following wllnoioi to jiroro
liUciinUniinns rpa!(lfncoui)ii anil cultivation
lf until Iniul. vi7: Jlrnry l.iclih John I'ntnip-
SlhChrintotiliLlclite, llriiard IVnilrlcli, allot
hinlan, NeU. J. W. WtiiN, Jit., lUfflter.
Land Oinre. Alllanco, Kob., Doc. 2, 1800.
Notlco U hereby Riven that
John C. Alexander,
of Anlmoro, U 1)., 1ms filed notlcn of tntontlon
to nmko iinal proof licforo M. J Hhiwctt, clprk
illHtrictrotirt, aililnotllreln Harrison, Nub., on
January t', 1W, on liinlKT rnltnrn apiillratlou
No I1H, for tho v'i of nou U, tp 2rt n, r 4(U ,
xWluirrtdWVrill Klititafttltnony beforrt rtiijtor
or retf'lvurftt-AIJiuncis Neb. Ho iiamuit nu'wlt
ii'Ajrn! TIiiiniBH it. llupkinH, Win J. Dritton,
John Jolinex, Wm. 1). Juhnnon, all of hemlnt;
fold, Neb, J.W Www, JH., HeRlBtcr.
I.ano Olllco at Alliance, Neb., Nov. 23, 18W.
NotUto in hercb) Kiven tust
Ileslor A. Fnlloiu, 1100 Harlcor,
him filed notlcn of Intention to nmko final proof
boforo ltrlf tcr or iloculvcr nt Alliance, Neb., on
January -I, ltW, on tlniln-r cnlturn application
JJo. m. for the n w mo 21, ti 20 n, iv IU w.
Bho name an vdtneHHPs: K. Yntiitlin, J. II
.Towitt. W. ll.Jowett of Dona. Null., O. W.
YomiK, ot Alliance, Neb
J W WcitN, Jn., Uolatcr.
Lnnd Olllui at Atllanci-, Neb . Nov. 18, Ih'.M.
Notice in hereby Riven that tho followlnc
named settler lias filed notice, of bin liiteutinn
lo iiinkn final proof in flnpport of hiii clnlm anil
thntdahl proof will bo maile lKforo ltcitiHter
urJtweixer at Alliance, licb., on Dec. 0, 1MW,
of IlemlnKford, Nob., who mailo II E No. SC57
for tho ao't sec IM, tp 'M n, tn SI w.
Ilonamca the ftillinvinR wilnenncH to proo
hla conlinuoiiH renhlence upon ami rulthatlou
of until land, viz: Anton ( hjtka, JamcR Torek,
KolKrt Anilercon, Henry Hliimck, all of Lawn
J. W. WErv. Jn , IleBlster.
I have made up my mind to g
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
pricey Your faithful servant,
. . . W. K. herncaLl.
'i Aim win svt jiiyi riy 1
The Indies of tho. Congregational
clniroii will hold n fitlr next Friduv
iifternoon'und cvcnVng Dec. 18th at
the church. Everyone come and buy
it Christmas prifeont, for frl'oinls. Yoli
can' Und nitlcles both useful and
ortiamctitul mom beautiful and
cheaper than you can make them.
Come, and boo tho display. Refresh
ments will be served from U o'clock
to 10 p. nr
V. H. Land Offie, Alltanre. Nob., Nov. 1BU0.
Notice 1h hereby Kitn that
John C. Lamraers,
of llnhhvllle, Neb., ban fileil notice of Intention
to inako final proof lierore. IteRlntor or Hcconer
at Alliance, Nub., on December 'li, 1MW, on tlm
Iier onlture application No. 008, tor tho n U
bco 22, Ip 27 n, r 47 w, .
Ho names n- witheNAon! Chrlstophor tMltiR
i?le. Allicrt Mnrtuiilv. (). It. Vnlmtrr. of HoX
Tlntte, Nob., Peter t BtrcnHcn, of itiixhville,
Neb. J. W. Wkhn.jk.. HelBtr.
Duultip cheese is tho best on
thp market Try it.
Uushnoll & Sherwood vtl
pay tho highest market price for
$5.0 per Month.
6TYLE 201 Is sold by agont3 as high as SIS S
Toucan buy it at tho factory price from us for 5815
nclght 75 Inches, Froncli Plato Mirror, Tatcnt Pall Bcrd, WOU30 Proof, SOLID WALNU2
or OAK OuiirantccJ for 5 ycara by manufacturer &ud by u.3. Wo pay fVoIsl.t V
atiy point In Nebraska. Wo furnish stool, book and chart. Write for tcrmV
ORGANS from $20 and up. : PIANOS frotu $40 and up.
P.e.-OurJdyear. . HOSPE, Jr.
(Mantlcn thUnancr.) Omh, pjefc.
All parties desiring to make
final proof can haye their papers
mado out at The Herald offico,
freo of charge, and promptly
Itansihilted to tho land oftico.
There will bo held in Ilcming
ford, Nobi'aska, a Biblo institute,
conducted by Rev. Frady, begin
ning Jan, 20, 189V and vJdiitiuWihg
in session four days. The, work of
the institute will bo a study of
four Gospels tho life of Christ.
Circulars concerning the in8titu,to
may be had from Row Hazulton.
Row Preston, U. J. Wildy or Mr.
Sherwood. Everyone ib iuvited to
attend.' A large class is desired.
a4 -, ,,
i niuuiiug uoucermiig iuo in
stitute will be heM at M'. E. church
next Tuesday evening Nov. 2i,
7:30 p. in. Everyono come.
Anna Ncoland, Sec.
While yoilr family is all at homo
and in'henlt) why not have their
picture t'alccn together maybo
yoii would no't p'art 'illi Ucli U
picturo at any price in a few years.
W . T. Oaldwlle,
Combri to California.
Every Thursday afternoon a
tourist si coping car for Salt Lake
T. A. Sloctim, M. C, the Great Chem
ist and Scientist, Offers to Scrul
Pice, to the Afflicted, 'lhrcu Mot
tles of II,is NoV"ly Discovered
llumcdics tti i.'urc Ctmsump
tlfin and All Lung Troubles.
Nothing fioujtl be fairer, more pull
anthioplcor carry more joy In its
wako than tin- offer or T. A. Slocam,
M. C. of 183 Pearl street, New York
Confident Miat he lias discovered
n absolute uure for consumption and
till pulmonary complaints, and to
to make its great merlto Known, lie
will bend, free, Un-cM feottles (the
Sloctim new system of medicine) to
imy reader of the Herald who is suf
fering from chest, throat and lung
troubles or consumption.
Hu invites those desirous of ob
taining the remedies to simply scud
lilm their cvptcss and pnatofUcc ad
dress, and rc"c6lve in return the tbtce
" Already this "new scientific course
of medicine" has permanently- cn(l
thousands of appaiently hopeless
lie considers it Ijis rqllglous duty
a duty -.vliicli he o ves to hjuuanity
to donate his infallible cure.
Offered frcel.i, 'ipart ftom its ad
heic'ht "jtiength. fs enough to com
mend It, and moie so ts the perfect
confidence of the gteat chemist, mak
ing the offer. ' r
He has proved consumption to be
a curable disease beyond any doubt.
There will bo no mlsiaktf in seiili
ingthe iiiiBinue will bo in overlook
ing the Doctor's generous invitation,
lie has on file in his American and
European labouitorie thousands of
testimonials of'experlence from those
uured, In all pails of the world.
Delays arc dangerous; mall your
artUrcss tp T A Slncuni. M. C, 183
l'earl stteet, ' Now York, and when
writing tho Doctor, please mention
i ending this article in Tub IIkuaJcd
Photographer W. T. Caldwe)l
of Alliance has made nrrngemotits
with Mi. W. T. Androws, a pho
tographer having years of exper
ience, who will take viVB of the
country within n radius of fifty
miles in all directions from Alli
ance f6r the next few months.
lie is equipped with a tirat-class
outfit and all the work will bo fur
nished at tho popular Caldwell
Studio, and will be furnished the
haine as t)io best grade of portrait
work. Parties wanting work of
this kind done, by dropping a card
to either of the nbovo ptutios at
Alliance will bo notified when Mr.
Andrews is expected to bo in this
The cxecutire zntmnittcc have de
elded to pospone the meeting of the
Uox Butte County Thcacera associa
tion, which was to be held in Alliance
Diccmber 12, 1890, until the last
Saturday In January, 1897,
Ina I. MausiiallScc.
We have a now ipball organ
for salo at a bargain .
GREAT DEMOCRATIC DAILY
of the Northwest.
Will be sent poctpald to any
address six days a wook for
one- year for
Tho Chronicle Is the most
conspicuous newapopor auo
ooss of tho day, the dally olr
oulatlon exooedlns 75,000
eoplos and tho Sunday circu
lation oxooedlns IOO,000 obp
lea. It Is a first-class news
eaporof 12 and IQ pasos (Sun
day 40 to 48 pagda) and
Is a stanoh supporter " of
sound domocratlo prlnclploa.
3STETW GOODS cU, tlio 211-
A'hpntnm hen at Norwieh.Citnn ,hM n?t,r 'San Francisco nnd Los An- linszw Store.
..li.....l . tt-l. J vi " .''. . I '
m-.f i"K. l3w, .-'.V !- inVnR rt,l,n nml TJnnnlii
VV..'V V- , ,- -. ..-. ..v ...wv'B..
i i tho Burlington Route.
from an ordinary looking cgfj,
to tho greatest disgust of nnothur hen.
'who did tho hatching. There were
mrcu pcu cniciiN urai, uuv uie laiuir .. , . . , t . i .... ... .
hen killed one nnd tho other died, ruiuiu, iraaapiuiauuvu unuuuuua oi anil mill Will run tor ft montli
with glass cups, solf feeding, Zero Saturday, 1 year...,
Bally (except Sunday) 1 year $4.00
Dally and Sunday, 1 year 6.00
Dally, 6 months (campaign cdlllon). . . . 2.00
D II y and Sunday, G months &0Q
Dc Iy, 2 pionlhs i.rjO
Dally and Sunday, 2 monlh J 1.40
Daily, l monlh 53
Dally and Sunday, 1 month 75
The new improved Aerinotor, Sunday, 1 year. . .' !".".".".'.'!!! 2!
It is carpeted;' MpliQlStorGd. in Oil, will feed in tho coldest weath-
Sqmple copIqs froo on appli
frho banw-fo boon manifested a warm und is provided with cuttaihs, with 0110 oiling. 8, 10, 12 and 10 THE CHICAR0 ftHROMIPI P
Interest In the nc'achok and the nca- u,i.M i, t.o., ,,wi ,. . ... -,-T . ' ...... inu wmunuu onnuwiULC,
interest in the pcacbou anauiepca. beddings, towels, soap and etc.
Alr hAfnm,t ntt ilttl lev Wfc ,T,icitn v .
another. Although tho peacobk h An oxponqneed oxcui'sion con-
thrco times tho siso of tho bantam hen ductor und JV uniformed Pullman
ho docs unlike to bo loft alone, and portor accompany it through to
yhen lis-mtlo mutljor et out of hh the Pacific coast,
sight U'ls amusing to Koar him set up While neither as expensively
hl oar-piercing yawp for her to return furnished nor ns fino to look at
Vhtm. Tho little hen h very faithful as a-pitfaCO sleeper, it is just as
.Vohim. and devotes her whole tlmo to g00d to rido in. Second class
tho uitnbagyj giant. tickets aro honoi od and tho price
' PanKrqm nt SucU TIiiim. of U btfl'tl, AVlde OllOUgll Ulld big
Some ladlaa rjever, uover carr under- enough for two, is only a.
stand that n 'nnqi of letters should For nfoldpr ffivine ' full nar.
i;ntn.tt,niu l.. Iif 1. 1 ftlrtnn In 1,1 ilnti .. , . ,, 1 it u-
Pyron iiimsclf eaystlrat, however much
n love he might bo irny "tliomont, ho
fil,fia fait nvnn wlinn itrtfrli ttii fnti-
a hankerin? to bo back in his xintldy Burlington Routo. Om.aha, Nob,
Jlhrary. Thero j btory ot Lady Ilyi j ,mVQ jQv full blOQtled mas
ron's entorinar the den and askings JliLilCiAWT LLrl!i UIv ishiW' . , ' ,t I ,
J-Do I disturb you, Ilyron?" ' -Yes; nr.nAlfft AKli J!VMATMr,.iUK Pul "r u,u'
' tipulars, call at the nearest: ls& ' rru'nranteal. Orvlen
I M. R. R. ticket office Or, write tlcitALi) oliice will re
,t to J. Francis, Gcn'l.Pass'r Ayont attention. ' v
1 Rnrliiu'ion Rnnto. Otmihn.. Noh.i
ft. wheels. U. A. Paul, Agent.
. ii ' i i' ' r '
F. E. HCLSTEN.
(B.&M. Watch Examiner,)
Charges reasonable; atiafaction
(erf, lutt at tlm
IQ4-IG3 Voshlngton St.,
tltttui-ably," 'answered Chllde Harold -rpc, rirrn t rr'l
In an int llifrible. if sot a nardonablo ii,it' -JJl!iAl Al
Irritittoa. ... j C. A. BURLKW'B
H. N. Earnest.
Anyone lending a fketrb and description mux
Qulcklr lucertaln, free, wliettir au luroat on It
proli-ibly patentable, (ommuulcatlona jtrktlr
coalldcutlaU Oldest agency for securtnir patents
tn America. We tiave a Washington oflico.
i'atenta taken tUrouU Munn i Co reoutre
special notice tn t bo.
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Dally and Sunday, $5.00 por yaar.
All ailbaerlpUontiu-nt ijoavimaTilt)y thaoai'i 11 "n ibpnul or jxsroututv
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Sunday only, On3 Year 1
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