Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1897)
I HWSRMffift" WroflB' 'if1
-ii- -mil .--.ti.. -ifimfriffitrtin'" firm
I III llV-ir.r.ll I . aAdMHKMWWKMa--,
Duplttp choio s the best oil
the marliot Try it.
II. I!, Plcrco has n brf.y fov
Say -don't you over buy c rot
ten sholl worn gopd when whi i
you can buy oloiin-Irofih goods for
' Jussnta J. AVilcly's.
If you Imvebflpn somling "nwny"
for your goods, got prices tit the
doublo store nnd boo how yoU foul.
The big double fetoro is the place
to do your trading the whylo your
, round if you "Want your monoy'fi
If you have n pigr, ho, chick
duck jrooo or turkey to sell 0. .1
Wildy pays the highest nmrkot
A meeting of the Box Butto
county Teachers' Association wil
bo held in Alliance High' school
'buildirg.lan. :JG. (it J:iK) p. m.
Every teachcrin iho county n
expected to bo presont and take
p rutin the meeting.
Song by (ho association.
Pnpor Elementary Science in
the schools. Miss Ilattio Burlh:
ganio. ' Discussion. Prin. D. K. Spaeir
Recitation, Miss Carrio Bisscll.
Paper How can coun -y
teachers use Source Method oT
touching History? Prin. F. J.
Discussion, Miss Susie Frazier
Instrumental music, Miss
'' Paper "Practical Benefits of
' Child Study"-Supt Sidors,
Discussion. Mi's. 10. E. Ford.
Program for Ilemingford Head
ing eirelo meetiing to bo held Feb.
13, 1897, at 1 o'clock p.m., in thu
oflicoof tho county superintendent.
Mrs. Blanchard, New York.
Miss' Ncoland, English Liter
ature. Mies Goodeuough, Fronch and
Mr. Curtis, Indian Wars.
Mr. Bank'F, Colonial Governing.
Jlistory Questions, Pages 75 to
131", Sheldon, Barnes Ilistorv.
1 Kollio Goodeuough,"!
Loo Llustin, i
H. F. Fillmore, I Com.
D. K. Spacht, J '
Hemingford, Nob., Jan. 14, 1807.
Sonled bids will bo received by
the commissioners of Box Butte
county on or before tho 25th day
February, 1897, for the services
'.County Physician of Box Butte
' county for tho year 1897,lrieluclnii?
' pie furnishing of such medicines
..is ure iecesary with such services
jiiie sHia bids must be hied with
'the county vjerk of Box Butte
county on or before February 25,
1897, and the board reserves tho
right to reject any or all bids.
By order of the couutv pomniis
sioncrs: ' F. M. TlIKl-
! ;.. w Cj.u Llerl..
of Ivcnn'ises of Box Butto couni v
or t.he -ar 1S97.
.The following is tho annual osti
mnt xf expenses of Box Butte
county, Nebraska, for the year
.1807, as matin nnd adopted by' the
hojrd'of couuty commissioners of
Box Butto county at their regular
iheoting Jan. 12,' 1897, Lid ordered
Vor Comity Otlieers ealarlf" f.l.OoOOo
Kor Vr. inct Of ficora iilarlo 2,m On
Tor Klection jwriiosvs 1,00000
jVjr'BUpiiort of tho poor 1,500 'M
For Iwmil tax for nchonl iUirict . . ZJ9V IX)
'ordIstr i court foas niul .pn l.WJOO
I'or incidentals, nuppliea.otc . ... lij oft
J'or lfihtault, tow
r. . tzttz:
DatM at Hiiuinafrcl. Neb., January II, lRU'i.
I -iw V. yV 1'iii,ph, County Cleric.
j " NOTICE.
Hmingford, Neb. , Jan. 11, 1897.
Sealed bids for tho rent aud use
of tho poor farm of Box Butto
county, and tho care of pauper.-; for
one year, from March 1, 1807, to
March' 1, 18U3, vho rout to bo paid
.September 1, 18U7, will bo received
by tho hoard of county commis
sioners on or before Fob. 25, 1897.
r All bids must be accompanied by
, good and sufficient bond in tho
tilllD of SL,(ji).00. ooiHlifl'oncil for Mm
-faithful compliance with the torws
of the lease ,tud contract
The boar t of commi.s,ioner.s ro-
'?rve the r'ht to reject any and all
bids, Hiul haul bids must bo filed in
tho Office of the clerk of Box Butto
roiuity on or boforo Fob. 25, 1S07.
By order of th'e Commissionar's.
li.. ..! e .i. -i ..;
tiiwt'r oi uiu u(iunuioiiur3.
8. L Phelps. County Oierlr.
Final -Pronf Notices
Hon. .!. W. Wr.iiv. .In.. lUwi.tor,
Has, V. M. UllOOME, HncnUrr.
1'nttlM ItAvlnif notiowi In tiiU roliutiM nro le-
1 lotwul tlic whim rarwuny aim rapnriui
till" olltw for oiirrwtioti any ftrrnra Mint mar
wtioti any Brriirn iimn
lirerpnt (lOscilils dflay
hzlat. Iliin will tirerpnt iiotciiii uwajr in
Lati'l Olllrc nt AlUnncd. M . Jail 18. 1817.
N.iilnnla ln.ioliv utnm llutt Die followlll-
nmii-il i"ttl(T lmf IllMl imllcoof III tntnnt Inn tn
rnnUniliml nof In tupiort f liln olnlm ami
UmtfAtil )rof will l rnado lieforn ItouUtor or
llwclTor .t Alllnqiw, No))., on Pabruary So. m:
l ' . . . - -
of V 'Watlnc bnva.whontvlfl T. 0. entry 0P
fo- l MiCiw si, tp 'jnu.ru is
H-tintncw llio follciwlliit vUticws to prnvi
hi i lni tomlillnnil, lti William .1. Itrltton.
Tlmntu U HupktnR. Or.nnt Alexander, A.
ftl?uu nil or ni'imnarcirn.Nwi.
J. v. wr.iiK, d., iioaiMcr.
Land Olllcoat All nii. Hell., Deo. 1'
ISotko in liuroli)' Klvm ti.l
John W. Pierco,
ot HrnilnRforil, Noli., Im-i filtil notico of Inten
tion to inaku dual proof Iwtoro UlHtpr or ltu
rHernt .Mllani'.i, Hil., mi thoiclil day of Jan-
nary I MI7, on tiinlior cultunl niipltration no vi
fur Urn h n h ho 3V tp'Jiiii, r Mi w.
Ilo naiuHN an wltncwMM: .liiliii F. Nrolniiil.
J nines A llimtor, William I). (;ruM, Hamlllou
I. HI. all ot iiMiiliiKiorii, WhIi.
, J, W. Wkiim , jn., nnalster.
ltni'OItT OF THR CONDITION
r ilm tlnx Hutto Dank. Charter No. I'd. nt
Hrmlnufuril, In tlio Slntoof N'obrnska, at tho
ClOrlroI 1JHBICC8H Uf-C.31, 1MW.
l.oniiRfl.nil illpriinntH i ',B7I.1H
tltoi ilruflH.WHM'rul ami inixwiriHl. ... lllJ
ltniiklni; limw mltuivnud llxtitrra.. IKIMW
Olliir rt.il cla . TTill.Ul
Clicoksnnd otlur rnRh lleina VV"Q
Dim from Nat dual. Slalo anil l'riMito
1,'niikeand Unukure '.12
yT. I.. .
f 0,532 '
Capital Block piildlii...
Tnillviilnul (I'ihikIIh mibji'rt to ohi'ck
lirniand cHrtinrnt" of dcnoult
Timo cvrtiflcatt's of dcj)olt
Slai 'of Noliranka, County of llnx UtitU., ns!
1. C. A. H'lilow, priililpnt of tho above
nanivil bank, do t-olornnly swear that tho ntne
Btatein'-nl in Iruotn tho bent of my knowli-dgu
and belief. C. A. IIU1 iUW. 1'renlileiit.
SupKcrllMil iiimI vorn to lforo mo thin 7t!i
day of .lam.air IVj W. M. Idiikncp,
Iskl Notor) l'ublic.
Notico of Sale Under
State of Nebraska, Count v of Bo .
Notico is hereby given that
virtue of a lien tiled by John iU
Trout on the 18th day of Sopteni
her, A. 1). 189(5, in tho count)
clerk's office of Box Butto count),
State of Nebraska, against one
dark bay stud colt, born from
mare which was the property -II.
Robinson at the time .said coli
was sired, for tho sum of Eight
Dollars, upon which thero is now
duo tho sum of ?S.50. I will on
tho 80th day of January A. D.
1S97, at tho hour of two o'clock p.
m., of said day, in front ? the
west front door of tho coin utilise
in Ilemingford, oiler said colt for
sale for cash to tho highest bidder
to satisfy said lien, interest and
coats. ' John M. Tiiout,
f p 1-S Holder of Lion .
T. A. Slocum. M. C, UieGieatCliem-
ist aacl Scientist, OlTcrs to Send
Pico, to the Aftllctetl, Tluv Uot-
llcs of Ills Nuwly Dbcoveied
Ilcmotlics to t.'ure Censsump-
tlou and All Limj: Tioubles.
Niitll!M4?i)l(l bo falrerinnre plill
iiritliinpic or curry inoio joy in its
wake tliiin thu offer of T. A. Slocirn,
M. C, of 1811 Peijrl street, New York
Confitlont that he has discovered
an absolute euro for cniruunpt'oii and
all nidiinnurv coiinilalaU. and to
lo make its great merits Known, he
will send, free, tlneo bottles (the
Slocum now system of ineillcine) to
liny reader of the Herald who lssuf-
leri at,' from chest, tliroit nnd lung
troubles of consumption.
Ilo invites tlmso desirous of ob
taining the remedies to simply senn
him their express nnd pmUoulce a
dress, and receive in return the three
Already this "new sclent illc coiiibe
of medicine" hn permanently cured
thousands of apparently ho-pelc-'
lie considers it-his religions duty
a duty whxh he owes to humanity
to donate Uls.lnlalUblo cine.
Offered freely, apart from its ad
horent strength, is enough to com
mend it, and more ko is tho periVi-i
confidence of the reat chemist, mak
ing the offer.
He has proved const. mption to be
a curable disease beyond any doubt
Tlicru will bu no inUtake in Bend
ing the inistaKo will lie in overlook
ing the Doctor's generous invitation.
Ho lias on We in his American and
European lihniutorle thousands of
testimonials of experience from those
cured, in all pints of the world. .
DcIbvs are dangerous; mail your
address to T A. Slivjiun. M. C, 183
' 1carl 8t,ei,t' Now Vork iUld w,,e"
writia the Doctor, please niontion
j reading this nrtlcle in Tint Hichaud.
i Tho now improved Aermotor.
it, , lf fp,i:nir .rftr,,
.:, fe.b! c"p., b, tQ? c,lmg' Zef
. V", wi leeuiu tno comest weutu-
a,ul m'111 will run for a month
(with ouooiung. 8, 1Q, 12 nnu 10
T. A. Paul, Agpnt.
ii m . f 1 1 rt
Ask for fbitr cent prilife'tfl' Iff
bij; double store. " - '
"Vo imve a new Kimball organ
for sale nt u bargum.
. , i , pi
A New Year A New Deal.
Another year is rolling by.
But our mill keeps rolling on,
Our brands of Hour for quality,
You may depend upon,
Wo do no credit business,
But a good exchange wo moot,
"We'll give you 31 11)3; of flour
For a bushel of your wheal.
Farmers, wo w'd bo pleased to have
Of your patronago a sharo,
And you'll liudin dealing with you,
We'll treat you fair and square.
Hemingford Milling Co.--
Ccmfoit to Catlfarnla.
Evory Thursday afternoon a
tourist sleeping car for Salt Lake
City, San Francisco and;, Los An
gelese leaves Omaha aud Lincoln
via tho Burlington Routo.
It is carpeted; upholstered in
":tt an; has spring seats and backs
oicl is provided with curtains,
oeddings, towels, soap and etc.
An experienced excursion oou-
ductor aud ;i uniformed Pullman
porter accompany it through to
tho Pucitie coast.
While neither as expensively
furnished nor as fine to look at
as a palace sleeper, it Is just as
good to rido.in. Second class
tickets arc honored and the price
of a berth, wido enough and big
enough for two, is only $j.
For a lolcler giving full par
iVK11'?- cil iltlh "carest B. &
M. U. R. ticket office. Or, write
to J. Francis. Gen'l.Pass'r Aront
Turlington Routo. Omaha, Neb.
There will bo held in lleming-
il, Nebraska, a Hililu institute,
i. nl acted by Rev. Frady, begin
ning Jan. 20, 1S97 and continuing
in sess- on four days, The work of
the institute will be a study of
four Ciospols the life of Christ.
Circulars concerning the institute
may bo had from Rev, Ila.jllon.
;.- Preston, C. J. Wild. or Mr.
Sin wood. Everyone is invited to
attend. A largo JjOlass is desired.
A meeting concerning the in
stiluto will behold at M.E. church
next Tuesday evening Nov. 21, '
7:30 p. m. Everyone cnnii!.
Anna Ncoland, Sec.
All parties desiring to make
tinal proof can hayn their papers
made out at Tiie Heuai.d office,
frpo of charge, and promptly
transmitted to the land office.
F. E. HOLSTEN,
Watchmaker " -
(B. &M. AVatch Examiner.)
Charges reasonable; .uti-.foction
iruaran'teod. Orders left at the
If khalo olllce will roce;vo prompt
Anyone sending a rkttch aiul (tererlptlon may
rjutcklT nJCortulQ, free, whether an imc:itln:i IB
(irubably patentable Canimunlcntlnna strlctlr
contlUcutlal. OMtut mtcuc; fnrpcurlneiatputs
n Aiuorica. V hnre n Waililni;ton oftlcn.
ratcnts taken th touch Muun & Co. rucclvs
tpeciul notico in tlio
beautifully Illustrated, larceet circulation of
on tclontlflo journal, weekly, terms 3.00 a year i
lJuoic on 1'aients sent free.
r..vjBtA uiirimin. riecimu conies uniiujkJfu
MUNH & CO.,
3(51 Urourfwuv.' Kej York.
W A- WWSUA
It the grtattst ntupapr xetU
of the Missouri Jtiver.
It advocates FREE SILVER
at tho present ratio of sixteen
Its news sorvioe is tba bast to
Daily, ?0 00 per year; 50cent
por month. Weekly, 1 00 par
Subscriptions for tHc
recalvad at this office
" JiSk "EMlffiXFii'!
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
prices. Your faithful servant,
. . , W. K. HERNCALL.
i r reel
CVHIKT nOTPIiKI) PKER
Purest in the Market,
MUM II ! 111 1H 1 l'Tl,lTyTfT'T"g ZZS-V fc
PATRONIZE HOME LMl;U
Oilii e 1007 Jaoksiu Street, On al n 2s'tI.
STYLE 201 Is sold by agents as high aa $195
You can buy It at tho factory price from ua for $88
nelffht 75 Inches, Trench Tlato Mirror, Patent Fall Hoard. Mouso Proof, SOLID WALNUT
or OAKsuGu'irantecil or. &y pits by jnanufiw.tu-r and by us, Yopay freight-1 a
any point In Nebraska. Wo furnish stool, book and chart. Write, for terms.
ORGANS from $20 aud Up.
P. S, Our 22d jror.
..' ,.; ."f ';m. Mr, 'ir.
f, '..v ,. , a? !. .'i
.','.'jv,",'l,-jVS. - v"'-;"'
',,." M:.t .4.,v;;p i.f.w':
U'v- -Zr THE
, x . . c a h
t.A x Vj - - Jji Hu
GUQSCniDE FO.T THE
The gil 1 standard nic.ius low prices, low wages, hard times 1 r. bi.nflf.l'i
standard mcjtis jood prices, good wagc3, permanent pro penty for tLc prouuc.uj
The Farm, Field and Fireside,
A 32 to 0 Page W.tokly Farm antl Family P.Dr. Price. SI oo a Ya
Whi'e not rigHcti'fi its .superb AricuUitra', Ilortii u'.tural. Live Stock "
I-'.i'in'v IV").' in.' . eic , h.n at th sa-nc tun?, for niiiuy yeji-s, np-i-irf '
Std-.d ; .1 of ,jc fi - " ,i;unst trust-, and in lopni.cs, more r.pcc 1 hj; i
th a tno... i j I'ti.us .! .) 1 .ii j lopaiies. tin til i is o!d standard. All who re.
it agree th n it is the bsi paper of iu clasi on e.uih.
A GREAT C0M3INATI0M OFF
We will scud the above jjreat journal
both one year, posiipaui, at tne txtir
iu advance, and will ve to each
ten cculsadditiau.il f jr postage an I ,
These s - rc tl. i c. in t'?e mar
ket. Tit. v co t of lii:u. Vtvt-Mble
and Flower .s t
tion lroni a it to:
packets are as, lare as sculmcn's mail J
Tho Reedi nlono at retnll prloa
nro worth $1 Op. Call and s U3
about this irreat
VUIIU I6II1HVHI1UV3 WW Villa UIIW
Isal dull s
Sale . . .
$5.00 per Month,
PIANOS from $40 aud up,
A. HOSPE, Jr.
.v,,1". yj. ;y. . ?.
wv,,- v, tSf -Si ..; ,.-
U y Llij
in. coiritclinn with
... cc of $ ...
c -i uj t..:s combination offer who paya
K:T5i CF SEEDS
of your v?i, s. ec- A$tf
20a varit'i.is. rue fT.-f7.
offer at; okoj. or f'
Once tlif L-UT rorluuln tha Killing of
Co it In TliU Country.
Tho first crtttlo that were brujht
Into the America n colonies were landed
nt the Jnines river plantation, In Vir
ginia, In Iho year 1607. Thoy came
from the West Indies and werj tho dc
Kcendants of the cattle talten to thosu
islands by Columbus on his second voy
age, in tho year 1103, In 1010 several
cows were landed, and again, In 1C11,
about 100 head mora were brought to
the plantation. Tills, therefore, vrna
tho genesis of the cattlo business in
In order to encourage tho industry
to the fullest poshiblo extent an order
was passed forbidding tho slaughter of
any animal of the bovine hind under
penalty of death. Under this restric
tion the number of cattle increased to
Oi'.GQD in Virginia alone before the end
tl theyor.r 1019.
The first cattle brought into tho
Iicw England colonics arrived at
J tymouth in 1(521, and wore Imported
fr m England by Governor Wlnslow.
Throe heifers and a bull mndo up the
cargo; "in color," the old record soya,
"they were black, black and rvhito and
brindlo." In lfl'JU twelve cows were
sent to Cape Ann, and in 1035) thirty
more In 1030 about 100 wero Imported
"lor the exclusive use of the colony of
Massachusetts bay." During thesam?
year 103 were sent from Holland to
New York, so that by the year 1030
there were a good many head ot
'lrirnod cattlo" in tho different col
onic. The reader naturally thinks of the??
nnlmals as superb specimens of thr
bovine race, but they were not. His
tory, that is, the curious and interest
ing part of history, tells us tliat the
average weight of fat cattle in th
Liverpool market as Jate ns 1710 wa
on y 370 pounds. What an evnlutioii
in 182 years?
OLD LONDON CHURCHES.
The Pestilential Alr Wlt'a WlUeU Tliy
The Church of St. Miry Woolnoth,
which stands out conspicuously at thu
King William street corner of Lombard
street, London,. '.afrelflReritSTrniDaHTit -
ago,-anU it is clear from thtf statoment
'of the rector that the step was not
premature. It has been Iris unhappy
lot to be often startled in the course of
his services by a loud ynt muffled
s.mnd, ovidently issuing from thv
vaults under the church. As these
vaults aro now "hermetically sealed,"
i',A phenomenon may well have ex-
'. the imaginations of timid meny
- f tho congregation. Mr. ltrook.
wvor lecognized the notsca on1
. "ii. Th -y were caued "by the
. n:' of leaden coftlns, sometime
jri. the height of ton or twolve feet.
.'i .j .oquenco of the mouldering
, . i the cofflns of oak and olm ou
i i ey had been piled. It would
' if tho evils of this relic of the
.t i a system of intramural itit.-V-
'. denied here. Unfortunately
-5S of "hermetically sealing,'',
ing to Mr. Brooke's evidence
tho consistory court of St.
v. C ithedral, has been anything
hermctical.'' Mr. lhooke dc-
tint for ycara nearly evry
had died from tho effect,
or indircat, of the unendurable
. i bur Stitham, the counstd rep
ting the parish, stated that J,ri8l
aii'l 4'.'2 ch ldren had been du
in thi horrible jeceptaeU
. 170) and 1832. In the latter
f fdmg to Mr. Stnthim, tho
jre closed for burials; but the1,
.'i In St. Mury Woolnoth, if
th 'y can be called, were con
d for at least twelve ycara after
r.o .alter date.
Wanted, Two (iooil 3lurdcrr4.
Rome curious letters passed between
Oarrlck and a man named Stone. Tbfr
latter was employed to get rc.cruU
for the lower parts of tho drama, and
one nitfht he wrote to Garrlek: "Sir:
The llishop of Winchester is getting
drung-nt the Bear and swears he will
not p. ay to-night." At first sight thW
Beoiiis peculiar conduct for n bishop,
but it thonld bt; explained that thu
communication only refers to the mau
engaged to take that character lu th
play of "Henry III." On anothur
occasion fiarrlek wrote to Stou: "If
you can get me two good murderers I
will pay you han laornely. particularly
tho spouting fellow who keeps th'a
applu btall on Tower IIH1; the cut in
the face is just the thing. Tick mn
up an alderman or two for Richard if
you can, and have no objections to
treat with yon for a comely mayor."
A reicui'h't Little i'cutcr Motlirr.
A buatum hen at Norwich, donn., has
jidopted a young peacock, "newly
hatched from an ordinary looking egg,
to the greatest disgust of another hen.
who did the hatching. There were
three pea chicks first, but the latter
hen killed one and the other died.
'L'ht? bantam soon manifested a warm
interest in the peacock and the poi
eock became attached to his foster
mother. Although the peacock is
three times tho size of the bantam hen
he does not like to be left alone, and
when his littlo mother get out of his
sight it lb amusing to hoar him set up
U car-pteK'ing yawp fo'r her to return
o him. The little hen is very faithful
to him. and devotes her whalo timo to
the plumnged giant.
IuiirerntM nt Such Times.
Som ladies never, uevar can nndr.
ftnrtd that u man of letters should
fomtimea bo left olono in his den.
Hyron himself says that, however much
in love he might be any moment, hu
always felt, even when with the fair,
a hankering to be back a his untidy
libiary. There is a story of Lady Ily
ron's entering the den nnd uokln -'Do
1 disturb you, Hyron?" "Y- ,
damnably," unhwered Childo Ilir;
in an int-lligible, if not a pardonab a
I ivrltutioii. ",
M'UM iKI'lllli Ii
Powered by Open ONI