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Tta Stan County Journal.
ogrtaAL ootnty paper, j o 8ubiriUbB Price, f'.OO L. J. Mmmmk, ... Editor Kutereil a I tlii- Harrison pool otUe ax nee oud class matter. TlilTiSDAY, M.USCH 6, lH'JO. Tlas appointment of JuiV Caldwell as Kuccewxjf to Judf! Hfetftr is meet in; with general afipfxvvaJ, Jm'jre CVUlwell in a man of ability fctvj bxptfiPrtfe and it in proper tliat such mtfn bs promoted in tlitr judicial scale. Tie tariff bill, il is ,lip!3si, Will be reported to the House A week or two hence. Tlie BepubJicialis ire in earnest in tlie matter of tariff revision. We hliail soon see bow the Democrats stand on tin question. Otohf-Detnoerat Ex-Congressman Taulliee, wlio was aliot by Clias. E. KiaCaid at Washington a few days ago, is rapidly recovering. It is said tlie shot was fired to self de fense and after great provocation had been K1 veo. It grew out of a scandal in which Taulbee was interested. Judge Kmkaid has issued an order for a grand jury in Sioux county for the April term of district court. It is ex pected that several old seuegunibians who have been hiding in tlie rot ton woodpile of that county may be un earthed at this sitting. Datees County Journal. A reunion of the Blue and the Gray is to be held at Vicksburg, Miss., May 25th and 30th inclusive. It is said that such reunions are highly enjoyable and no bit terness enters the recollections of the past It is to be hoped that it will not be long until all causes for bitterness will be removed by the settlement of the race problem. The charter of the Louisiana lottery has expired and an attempt is being made to have it renewed. Tlie feeling against tlie institution is becoming a great deal stronger each year and it may nol succeed in getting a new lease of life It is to be hoped that the legislature of that state will put a stop to tlie legality of the organization. Hon. Albert Griffin, the well-known Prohibition lecturer and organizer, has issued a circular in which he says he has become convinced that the best hope of the temperance cause lies in moral suasion. He bases this conclusion main ly upon the fact, which he presents in an instructive table, that the Prohibition vote has steadily decreased from 43 to 26 per cent. This is how some one figures it out: From a bushel of corn a distiller gets four gallons of whiskey, which retails at $16. The government gets $8.60, the farmer who raised the corn gets 40 cents, the railroad gets a f 1, the manufacture gets 4, tlie retailer gets $7, and the con sumer gets drunk. No wonder so many Kansas farmers are using corn as fuel. Lincoln Journal. Tlie admission of Idaho and Wyoming to Statehood, which will probably take place during tlie present session, will add two to tlie Bepulican strength in the House and four in the Senate. The con tests for seats and the creation of new States can be relied upon to send the Republscian majority in the popular branch of Congress up to twenty-five or thirty this year. This margin will be broad enough for all practical purposes. It is reported that the F. E. A M. V. will at once build it line from White Wood to Dead Wood and put a stop to staging and freighting by team. It is evident that a good deal of railroad building will be done in the northwest this season. The RAM. also contem plate building a line into Dead Wood so that that place will get two railroads to compensate it for so long being without may. The railroads are just beginning to appreciate the fact that there is a vast amount of business to be secured in the region which is rich in minerals. One evening last week while Judge Gaslia was bearing case in chambers, at Hastings, ooe of the attorneys be came enraged and struck the judge a ter rible blow over the left eye. Tlie attor ney drew back and in a tragic manner remarked: "It was not I who bit you judge, that's what done it," at the same base pointing to a half filled whiskey flask which be drew from his pocket It would be a (rood plan for men on whom , wbMarybs a tendency to arouse their fitfasf poelivitise to let liquor alone, sad moat certainly when they art going before acewrt The Darwes County Journal of Feb. rs was the first printed oa its new tnwt erass. The Jom-dai offlea has re- cewtfy been all torn up, removing old EMltmry ml replacing; it with new, Cjs mucUmtcj f tfas office is now asov J ty a Cas Mew eagia and the Jowwtl Umtmkmmimm eagbtfaae paper, all iZlUkmm. TW enterprise of Mr. rj Is to to i mm 1 1 1, aai It is evi C 1 C-J l to Ml tsUh kt the fetors : a asaest ICetrasaa, and ' :::.2tC :m la tftfcelar. We J ; " i U C; sad. indications of "Vl" ta las dee mob to : 'it- i e maom-n of During the session of tlie county hoard ta4 vveeW tlie matter of tlie indebt edness ;,f ilie county was pretty thor oughly diuswl It was found that the levy of 190, when made in June, will be to provide funds to joy the exposes of the year 11X1, and not to (jay up tlie debts contracted by the old administration. Tliis lias been passed ujion by tlie supreme court in th case of the State of Nebraska, ex rel, Uenry E. lltclifiock vs. A. E. Harvey, county treasurer of Furnas cotintv, and is to be found in the 12th Nebraska, iage 31. The opinion was written by Jud Lake and I -ears directly upon the point The court takes the ground that it was clear ly tlie legislative intent tliat the esti mate and levy fof each year should be for tliat year, and not to pay up tlie in debtednes of former years. This puts the county in better sliape for t'tking care of the necessity running expenses of tlie county. Warrants can lie issued in July for all claims of 190 and the money w ill begin to come into the treas' ury in October next, so that warrants will have to be discounted but little when issued in July. Anotlier point was learned by tlie hoard and that was that tlie road dis trict funds have not been separated and the claims presented for plows and scrapers could not be allowed as no pro vision had been made to pay for them. A rule was established by the board that all bills must be itemi! and show just what every charge is for, and no "blanket bills" in which tlie amount is lumped off" will lie audited by them. A number of bills were cut down, making a saving of ffiO or to tlie county. Tlie proceedings as published in another column show the exact amount In the matter of foods, a number of petitions for consent roads were acted uppn favorably, tlie provision in each case being that no expense be made for the county in establishing or opening said roads. Tlie question of roads is one of great importance to the county and it is pleasing to note that tlie settlers are petioning for consent roads so that tlie county is not asked to pay a lot of costs and damages. Roads benefit tlie former more than enough to compensate tliem for the land used as a highway, and roads can be laid out now and work done on them from year to year and tlie re sult will be that it will not be long un til Sioux county will have plenty of good roads for all practical purposes. It is becoming apparent tliat the farm ers are getting in shape all over the state to take a hand in the lawmaking busi ness. Alliances are being organized and those already organized are being strengthened. Tlie re is no question but what the farmers are capable of taking care of their interests if they take hold of the matter. The trouble has been in the past that so soon m tlie excitement incident to organization is over the rank and file of the farmers lose their active interest in the organization and permit a few, who, as a rule, have personal inter ests at heart more than tlie interest of tlie farmer, to use the strength of the or ganization to further their personal ends. There is no question but that the fann ers can make their power felt if due dil igence is used. The organ of tlie fusion ring and its legal correspondent continued in their attacks upon Judge Barker in the last issue of tliat paper. Tlie malicious at tacks on Judge Barker by tliat outfit will not lower him in the estimation of the people. Tlie whole thing is simply to give vent to a little spite against that gentleman and at tlie same time by raising a cry against him, tliey ho to detract attention from the records of tlie former officials whom the fusion ring or gan has so zealously defended in the past A correspondent of The Jotbkal calls attention to some misquotations of law and misrepresentations of facts which appeared in the columns of the last issue of the U'Ttild, so that the peo ple will not be deceived in the matter. The action of the legislature of Iowa on last Monday showed that the republi cans of that state are true by deciding that Senator Allison should be bis own successor.. A desperate attempt was made to draw votes from him, but when the ballot was taken every republican member was recorded as having cast bis vote for Allison. This secures that gen tleman his seat in the Senate for seven years to come, as it will be a year before his present term expires. Eiakal. Crclghton Courier. While Mr. Dorsey is at Washington de vising schemes that tlie bankers and monopolists may have additional levers whereby they may squeeze greater rates of interest from the farmers, it is some what of a comfort to know that we bare a few Ifjnkaids at home who do not bow to banks when they render decitoons. And, by the way, wouldn't it be a pretty good plan for the Third district to put Judge Kinkaid in Doraey's shoes. The following item has been going the rounds of the press, and as our draggist, G H. Andrews, handles the goods, it may interest our readers: tUviear bad occasion to ass Chamber iala's Coagb Bsmedy, H fives me pieaa ore to stale that I f eoad it to be tb$ bast matiicias for a cough I rrar used; in fact, M caved ass ef a cough that had fcnOed several ether ooagn asedktaam, M. B. rraett. Hafaan, Iowa. The Herat sad the Herald Lawyer Aisle. EiHToa JootSAL: The Herald and the J7roM lawyer are invincible(?), at least in tlieir own mind, in convincing them selves that their position on law points is impregnable. Their ability in mis quoting law, and then misapplying it after it is misquoted, is pre-eminent in its collossalness. They say: Tlie idea advanced by tlie writer in The JotrsaI tliat the word "felonious ly" before the charge in a criminal com plaint or indictment does not make the charge one of felony, is nonsense. In IV Blackstone, 807, tlie law is laid down that in all criminal actions tlie adverb "feloniously" is used to ascertain tlie in tent This is quoted in Maxwell's Crini' inal Proceed u re on page 65, and the same interpretation given it, and indeed any other interpretation would do violeiwe to the well understood meaning of words. Tlie word is essentially a part of a charge of felon v, and is essentially not a art or a charge of simple misdemean or. In IV Blackstone on page 300, tlie author says that, "In all indictments for felonies the adverb 'feloniously' 'inine' must lie used and for burglaries also 'burglariously,' and all these to ascer tain the iutent" There is nothing said about it on page 307. Said rule is also copied in ilax well's Criminal Proced ure, on page 65. So we see that the ad verb "feloniously" is not to "be used in all criminal actions to ascertain tlie intent, but only for actions in felony. Tlie the ory of the Herald and the HiruJd lawyer is that if the word ''feloniously" is in a complaint cliarging a crime il is ft felony, without regard to anything else con tained in the complaint It would seem therefore, tliat all tliat is necessary to do to charge a felony is to write a com plaint with the single word "felonious ly." That would fix the matter. A great simplification in practice Indeed. The word "feloniously" iii a complaint that does not cliarge tlie commission of a crime that is by Statute made a felony, will not raise the complaint to the dig nity of charging a felony; the Htralfl interpretation of the law to the contrary notwithstanding. They say tlie word "feloniously" "Is essentially a part of a charge of felony and is essentially not a iart of a charge of simple misdemeanor." Thanks, Justinians. Much obliged for tlie information. Now be kind enough to inform the public wherein tlie JOCB NAJL article referred to stated that tlie word "feloniously" was essentially not a part of a charge of felony and was essen tially a part of a charge of simple mis demeanor? Now let us examine the Heralds reason for holding that the charge against Perry Lewen et ai. (which has caused all this discussion) charges a felony. I tell you right now tlie "rea son" is a daisy, logically, rhetorically and otherwise; particuaJarly otherwise. Here it is. The word "feloniously" was in'soid complaint, and if said complaint was not construed to charge a felony a great violence would be done to the well understood meaning of the word "feloni ously," (they don't say whether it would be phyiscal or mental violence.) It would never do to hurt a little word like that That ought to be enough to satisfy any one that a felony had been cliarged. They ought to get such a pre cious idea patented or preserved on ice for tlie use of succeeding ages. Far bet ter to do violence to all else in a win- plaint and to tlie well est'iblished princi ples of law in construing compUintx, as handed down by the courts from time immemorial, rather than to commit any violence on the adverb "feloniously". I desire to reiterate what I said last week even at tlie risk of being called "a stupid bull, colloqually speaking," or "a contumacious imbecile" by the cork of the sulphuretted hydrogen gas bag of the Herald, viz., that tlie complaint against Perry Lewen et al. charged a simple as sault and battery; the word "felonious ly" in the complaint being surplussage, and it is a well established rule of law tliat where there ia redundancy in a com plaint, that if there is sufficient words remaining after all surplussage is sifted to charge the crime that tlie complaint will stand as good. If the reader noticed, the citation from Blackstone provided tliat in complaints charging burglary tlie adverb burglari ously must be used to determine tlie in tent Tlien if the word burglariously had been substituted for the word "felo niously" in the complaint against Perry Lewen et al., tlie logic of the Herald law department would hold that the said par ties shouid he tried for burglary. W. The Raw Katerlal Aubwk. An especially significant phase of tlie opposition to protection just now quite prominent, is the demand for "free raw material." This is the first degree to which the free trade neophyte is intro duced, and in which he is expected to be come proficient preparatory to assuming the more advanced attitude of the Cob den Club and its representatives in the United States. : Demand for "free raw material" serves well for a rallying cry, because of its ambiguity. It is sufficiently flexible to suit the most fastidious voter provided he should not be too inquisitive. So long as be is not called upon for particulars, our tarriff reformer gets oa swimtagly. Fores Urn to enumerate thoss materials be would include is the proposed asemptioa from duty, and It will bo fouad that bis logic followed to iU hgrUmets sequence leads at absolute free trade la aearty ovary article coav eeting with the producta of i mastic manufacturers. In the iron industry not an article short of the very highest pro duct would escape; while with dry goods only ready-made garments and fabrics requiring no further manuipultation to fit them for further use would be exempt ed from the comprehensive list For in the entire range of manufactured pro ducts there are but few tliat do not be come tlie base, the "raw material" of some more advanced industry. In tlie case of clothing, the finislied cloth is tlie raw material of tlie tailor, wool of tlie weaver, corn and grass of tlie sheep own er. In iroh, ore comes to tlie smelter pig iron to the maker of iron bars, and these in their turn to the makers of cut' lery, machinery and other articles, many of which such as nails, hinges, gas pipes etc. are but auxiliary to tlie business of workers in other industries. ine cry lor "tree raw materials is a drag net, just now most persistently manipulated by free traders for tlie cap ture of reeuits tq the Cobden policy. In vain should it lie set in tlie presence of intelligent voters. ,7co. aauHiW4sauwitjty.Shu2fc. ST.LOUIS.MO. p- OAUASTEX. I!. E. BrcwstkiI, C. F. Cofyeh, President Vice Pres. CHAS. C. JAMESON, Cashier. Commercial Bank. WOHKlRATED. .A. General Banking Business -TRANSACTED.- Habrison, - - Nebraska. Grant Guthrie, DcAixa Iw- Lumber, Lime, Grain Coal. fOfl XtmP KttLM AMD PVatHS. t?9 wooowonKBvS MiAtmhrri (Jrl flJULFBOOP lOTICEfw AH prrwln havliif Snal prnnf notion In thi paper will receive a marked eopy of tlie Iumt Hift re rMjueted ti eianiine tlwlr nutice and If any errors ertat report the aiiie to tula olhee at ouoe. Xiitlff fr PuMlrstliin. Land Office et OiHitron. Si liraska, ( feliruHry Hi, lw. t Notice is hereby (rivt-n that Uk fcI'TTr- RHiM-4 acttliT ha fltcl nnlic rf Ma lntD tion to muk final proof in aiprt of hi Claim, awl tnat aalii proof a m uh mana ia for the Ri-ifKU-r ami U-o:lvr, at I luuttB, Nob.,m April lu, Iiwi, via: fOSG AD I.INhEMAV of llarrixnn, N-i-i who tna. II, S. N"f. 17 lor (he n- V wV w I, and n V ami a rkt acc U i, t 3b. He nannn the follow trie wllnar trt prove hi utiniiffi rtwpieiifn uioii aiyl f u)iv tmn of mid land, vis: iKi II. Klia'ii, Jo cph U. .Morrli., John IHinkctt, JCHIIF C. Boii'.in all of Harrtartni K-hraka. , W; M. VU'iM, Pi tfiftrr. ConolliUtl Notice For Publication. land Olne- at Owl run, !l-, I r-',. it, ixw i Notice in ncr!ty itivei tr-a: Hc lH lug nmiiKl wttlcr ha Hlcl iiuuro ol lut.m lion to niaitc rlnal proof lit rnpirirt ot Jii claim, ami that u)'l proot ill be lnaile. lav fore Coiil-tid I.IikU iiim'I 111-CU rk of ihcili tri. l ronrt HI Jlurrlmii) SAi Apul S. 1NSM, lt: KUWAKO A. WElH.bl Harrison, -l, who mailt! II: S. No. l,i'i fur wKs'cS, tp il, r an. He iiunie the folllwlng rilw. to prove hi routtnumia reiMH ncv upon anil cultiva tion of aalii land, lt: Johrt . Kartell, Wil liam K. i'atW-rsan, Aat'. llHTls, C harlca K. Verity, all of Harrison, Feb-. Also WILLIAM 15. FATTfckSOK, of llarrisnn, Kcb who made t.8iN).lU for the aH m X tecl, tpSlir 51 He hamce tltx following wltncfwca to prove hln continuous rofldcnw upon and oulltva tion of aairl land, vl: W illct II. tireen, Llwltfht II. liriawoldi Klliert M. Carrier, Kd ward A. Weir, all of Ilarrisrn, Neb. Also ALBERT . KAMstVi or llarrisnn, Neb., who made l. s. No. tBPfor tnerg nw!( wX nelt sec IX, tp ), r Vl. He names the following; Hncw to pmvc his continuous resideoci) nisni and chlti'. a tion of, said land, vl: (liarlcs H. Hcott, Warren W. Hall, Arthnr W. Kinery, William K. Moore, all of Harrison, Neb, i!t-.ij W. H. McI'akk, KejrisUir. t'onsnliilAlcd Xiillcc For rublicailon. laiid Ulticc ai C'badron, Nebraska, ( Kcbruary 4, isal. I Notice is hereby stlve.li tliat the following named wttlcr li flli-d no'ic of bis intim tion to make nnal pnaif In annport of his claim, and thai said proof will Is- niailn tie lore Conrad l.lnileman Clerk of the IMstrlet Court, at Hurrlsun, Nebraska, on Maich !, law, vi? : Klls-rt M. Currier of llarriBon.Neli. who made II. s. fllliiK No wnofortho eH sw It and a H w a s-c. 1.1 tp .11 r Mi w He imiiH's the folloa-ini; w ltnesscH tti prove bis contlmions nMidem-e nisin and cultiva tion of, said landi vtr.: ttlllixm K. Miaire, NHthaiitelK.Arniitroni;. AllsTt M. Taylor, .acliuriuh Amos, all ol Harrison, Nebraska, alsii Tcfi-v h. McCrca. of llarrisnn. Nrli., who made II. S. Nn, I81T for tbo nwk wc tp Si, r Vi. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: ,runt (iutltrle. IW-oritc Walker, into TIcUh, Micliael Ilruck, an oi iinrrison, eo, aiw (nlav .Vurclwh, of llarrlmm. Neb., whd made n. R. flllnor No. M'7 for th se 7, neH nci sec 54, nwl( nw)( tte tp .13 r M. He iinmaa the following wttnciwe to prove bis continuous residence, npon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: John f. srbnl., Isi dor KlchsUdn, Carl Keyerlierni, Cbarlea K. Sclillt, all of Harrison, Neb. -B W. II. McCakk, Relstr. Consolidated Xotli for I'tlbllcatlon. lnd Ofrlre at (liailron. Neb., February. 4, ism. ( Notice it heretiv wlven that I be follow ing named aetUer has Sled notice of Ma In tention to make glial proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will Is- made be. fore Conrad l.indeman. Clerk of the Irtatrict Court, at Harrison, Neb., on March Ii liwa, vm Albert M. Ta.Vl.ir, of Harrlaon. who made I). S. tiling No. IKS for the nwy nc 14 tp al r an w. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence ujain and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Itlcbanl slmler, Kul lmn P. Lindsay, John Oorbiii, Asa ,'. Mavis, all of Harrison, Nebraalut, also; John H. llnrtell, of Harrison, Ncbrnsku, who made l. 8. No. I-V5 for the neH auc. II, tpsi, ri. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence ajsin and cultiva tion of said land, via: Kdwnrd A. Weir, Asa C. I n vis, s. Barker, Ixdana M. huttou, all of Harrison, nnraaka. Mnrtlia A. Miaire. of Harrlaon, Nebraska. who made U. 9. 1VW for the ncj sec 55, tp SI, rwi. Khe nariHMi the following witnesses to prove her continuous resldcncw npon and cultiva tion of said land, vijt: Arthur W. Kniery, Warren W. Hall, Albert E. Ilamsey. Nathan- lid K. Armstrong, all of Harrison, Nebraska. iw-asj . ii. MCCAH.v, Hegister, Conmlidatrd Nutlce for Pnldlcatton. Ijind (Htlce at Cliadron, Neb., ( Kebrunry , 10. i Notice is hereby iri ven tliat the following named settler has filed notice of her Inten tion to make final proof in sutnKjrt of her elnlm, and that said n-iaif will Is- made be fon? innul l.indeman, clerk of the district court, at Harrison, Neb., on Mar. IT, Is1, vise: Kniiua J. Ctinrctiill, of Harrlaon, Nebraska, who made. II. K No. Util for the neV( mrK, and nX e auc HI and n'M ! wc Hi, tp 31, r.M She namef tnc following witiuwsea to prove her continuous residence, nraiii and cultiva tion of, snid liinil, i-li! INul M, Lain, of (lcn, Neb.; Klvin J. Npauldliig, of Crawford. Neb.; M. miHiip, aim Albert i. iiuguson, oi liar rison, Nebraska. And John W. Pratt, who made 11. S. fil Ing No. J to the n)t aeM aec SI, nX sw V see M, tp, M, rM, part of the, above described tract, la cited to appear at the same time and place, aiul show cause why the alaive proof should not be allowed and hi Sling canceled. Also Wllhrlm (ialilkc, of Harrison, Nebraska, who made D. 8. Mo. Mil for the neU aec . tp S3, T M. lie names ine following wnncaaes w prove bis continuous residence iisin and cultiva tion of aald land, viz: Andrew llahlman, August John, Carl r'cyerhemi, August Wes avliuan, U of Harrison, Nebraska. Also John Corlilu, of Harrlaon, Nebraska, who made Ii H. No. I9i for the iH -H and M nc V ae Ii, tp (I, r M. lie n imni toe following wHiicssrh to prove his continuous residence upon mid cultiva tion of said laud, viz: Itlcliard Kinder, Al bert M. Taylor, Charles I.. Tub)., Klls rt M. ( arrler. all of Harrison, Nebraska. ll-tj W. H. MX;ann, IIi-glsUT. Cwnaolldsred Notice for Pulillration. IaiiiI Ufllce at Chailnm, Nebraska, I rehmary 4, lalO. I ' Motion la hereby riven that the following namisl settler has fllasl notice of Ilia inten tion to make final proof in support of III claim, and that aald proof will la made tie fore Conrad IJiideman, clerk of the district conrt, at Harrlaou, Neb., on March la, MM, viz: ZACHAUIAII AMOS, of Harrison, Neb., who made I). H. Mo. tts) for (he nel aeo SS, tpll,r5. He name the following wltneaaw to prove bin continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of aald lend, viz: Nathaniel K. Arm strong, Warreii W. Hall, Ktbn-t M. Cazrier, WUUam B. Moore, nil of llarrumn, Neb., alao WARKEK W. HALL, of Harrlaon, Neb., who made 0, R. Mo. Isl for the mH n! end tji scM sec J, tp JO, r U. lie usniea tea following wllnaasci to prove bla oontiunoua reaidenc upon and cultiva tion of said land, vis: Kaehartah Autos, Nathan il K. Aruaitroag, Arthur W. Kmery, AUwrt K. Hanuwy, ail of Harrison, Neb. Alao MATHAH1KL K. A RMHTROVti, of HarrUon, Mebraaha, wbeeude D. . No. tm for the seV see Si, tpsi.rt. He bsnhm the following eltneesss to prove tala eoatluoowa reaklmea noon and cultiva tion of amid land, vis: turn W. Hall, fawharUh AamTKihMt M. (Wrier. WUHsw si. Jkeare sll of HarrlMM, MbT Itl-Wj W. H. MotASS, hWbrtor. CMUllUlml SUlt far rsblirttJ.. land 0.re al t hlm. Hermaa I Kntir I. hmtit rlvrn that the W!r IWS !ilarv T. iuiwI wtllrv iiaaillari iwtfc m " fler.naa niaw s" - - L ... ,n.kenal urmHT in uppon ' claiuii anginal aanl proof will be ""Jf", "J lorei.iirmJ lliuiemati, oiti eMirt, a Harrison, Neb., mi March IS, a, VIZ' " ftiiBc II. Jonea. of HrriniO whnliiada II. K. No. 4 for lota I and t and .k ne4 J" S, tp 11, r IK. lie ams the following witneaaej to move fiis cintimi-iis residence Hn and rultlym tum c said tand, viz: Cliarlea k- "",J' CHarlea fc. Ififinea. W illet ILIinani, Mia L. B. Maii., all Harrison, Nebraska. Also VlllUia E. M.aire. of llarrlws, St b-a-hurtis-lp II. t No. tr for Hie swlt ' . Ilz-mimr I lie folloa ing witnesses to prove yisiKiniiiinous i-slilii i- Usm aud cultua ion ol said land, v iz: James W. --colt, lli-n-rv C. Armstnaig, Arthur H . Kmery, Albert K. liamsey, all of Hurrlson, Nob. Also. Ttiumas W. Iiiiii, of llarrlwu, Kcl who made 1. . No. P for the aM cc , tp m, r He namei the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence, ujsmi and cultiva tion ol .ild land, viz: Joseph C. Parsona, ( 'iisries T. irea Ml, Nathan H. White, John M. Brsdlev, all of liarriwm, Nebraska. ! sn-'! w, II. MijCi a x. Iteglster. CmiMiliilated Niitlre fur Pabllralloa. Ijind (illlce at Chadron, Nebraska, Jnnnnrv 7, lw. I Notice is bendiv given that tlie following named settler has Hlisl notice of Ills Inta-n-tion to make final pnaif in sunporl of lil claim, and Unit wild proof a 111 be made be fore onni'l l.iiidemiiii, clerk of tlie district court, at Hamsun, Neb., on Mar. II, lata), vU: August John, of Harrison. Neb., who nitule II. K No. mTS for the X neH and u)S scH. sec a, tp It, r m. He ninni-s the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence iian and cultiva tion of said land, viz : Jerry Will, Carl Fey erhemi, John Coders, John Herman, all of Harrison, Nebraska. Alao Jacob Donietsbanaer. of Harrison, Kb., who made I) s Ullug No. S,J0 for th aw)i aoe 2, tp r e. He names the followlngwltncasea to prove his continuous residence npon and cultiva tion of said bind, viz: Charles Hauler, liana lienker. Ferdinand I'odoll, William Schullz, all of Harrison, Neb., Alao Ki 11 n in P. Liiidsrv, of Harrison. Xeb. who made It. . No. WI for the sH and iicli n a 15, and sa a sK aec 10, tp.1l, 56. He niimin the following witnesses to prove Ills continuous residence npon and cultiva tion of snld land, viz: Warren W. Hail, Kicliard Hinder, John II. Itarlcll, Aaa 0. Da vis, all of Jlariison, Nebraska. i-') W. II. Mc !iK, Ucglster. Null re of Contest. 1'. 8. Land Office, Chadron, Neb. Keliruary II, I ami. j Complaint No, vm having been entered at this office by Maria Krlese against Henry l lemlng for'fallure to comply with law as to linils'r-culiure entry No. , dated Frbrn ary It, lss5, njioii the aeS see 5, tp.W, r S4, In Hloux eiuiiiy, Nidiraska, with a view to the cancellation' of said entry; conUatant alleg ing that the said Henry KN'inliig did not bread or cause to lie broken Ave acres the first year after making said entry, ending Kebrnary Id, Issn; nor has lie repaired snld defi-cts to the present date of Information. The said parties an' hereby summoned to apH-ar at this oltlee on the llthday of April, Is'.si, at In o'c'liH-k, a, in., to resisind ana furnish ti-stimony concerning aald nllegat failure. Testimony of witnesses will la- tak en la-fora s. II. Jones, a Notary Public, at hisolMee In Iliirrlsou, .V.-lir ixkn, on the 4 111 iliiv of April, lio, at Kio'rliK-k a. in. T. K. I'ow KB, Kwelvcr. N'lTIl K OK CONTKKT. I. S. 1-and Otticc. ( hadrou, Nebraska. I Jiniuiiry 17, IslW. ( Complaint No. 1W14 having la-en entered at this office by Thomas L, Irvine, against llen- iiimln V. Miaire, Alez Mxire aud Matilda tiller, heirs at law of Catharine Moore, de ceased, for failure to comply with law aa to tlmlK-r culture entry No. toiu, flated yebru ary , Isas, uhiii the ni new. and n.H nK, aec 10, tp . r AS, In Sioux county, Nebraska, with a view to the cancellation of aald en try ; contestant alleging that the aald entry la Illegal and void lor tlie reason that Cath arine Miaire, in wauas name aald entry ess made, died prior to the making of aald en try. The aald pnrtiirs are hereby anninioned to nppi-ar at this oflice on the 17th day of March law, at 10 o'clock a. ui., to respond and furnish testimony concerning aald al leged failure. Testimony of witnesses will las taken be fore John I . Arnott, a notary public, at hla oftlce In llctuinford, Neb., on tlie loth day of .March, law, at 10 o'clock a. in. I !t T. K. Powgss, Becelver. Ijitray Xotlcc. Taki-n up on my premises on section s, township Hi, In range Ui, on Ken. 8, law, one dun horse, upmc,l to be three years old, a ith black uiaiie and tail, and branded with something like V on left thigh. ii'. ii. r. Thomas Hated, Harrison, Keb.. March , IHOO. la tti nldaai and most pnpular HiaMiSc and mectianleal paiwr publlslusj and has I ba largaat etrcataiioii of ar fsipwr of lu ctaat In th world, rullr lllaMnueil. Hast class of Wood gnra- Inm. I'iiliihisl weakly. Band for apaein P"I'?- I't H fair, roar ns.nl bi' trial, SI. ML'MN CO., la ai.isuzua. SI Broadway, N.T. AICHITECTS & IUILCEIQ Editioa of Sclestlflo Aanrtoai. 0 A RTMif ttifw. Kftoh iMafl rrntint entmnd nthciMTHpliic plti of country tuid olt? rtsBitlafv em or public butltllnff. Nameroat tfismviat nd full pUn and pMlflcaOoni for tb dm of ftnchucjfltmipit tiuiltHiiir. Vrirm $2JiO m TsMr. turn, m oupy. uvsh 4 CQ 1'ui.ujui.uist. IBtt8BE& I 40 yr' eipntme and have maria ovor I lUi.uw apfrticatlona for Anirtcan aod Tor tslii palanta. Ond fur Hui4twulu C0Ta pundauca airtatlr ounddenlial. TRADE MARKS. In rsM yonr mark I not raalitarad In the Pat ent iifllrs, applr to Mt'M A Co and aroaarS uniuedlau prutaetloa. Sand fur UaodboMU COPVRI:nTf4 for tsmks, akarta, bubs. Mc, qulckir prucorad. Address HX'NN 4V CO., Patent Hellclters. Csjrnut Ornci an Bboapwat. M. V WBBSTEB TKC BEST INVCSTMCNT far the ramlly, School, er rseMfcHisl library. Una been for yeevra BtMdard Authority In tbo OoTsrniiiytit Printing Office mu V. S. ftiu prfino Coart. rt ia highly Meontmeottod 1 r.:i state Sfap'U of Sehoola mid the leadinir College Preajdeute. yearly all the Bohool BtMka iHibllshed in thla tsountrr are lst"d npon Webater m attest rl by the leading School Book l-ubllshers. 3000 more Words and nearly SOOO more Engnvlnga than any other American Ptettoaagy. spcciMtN TcariMONiAia. TkSFW Tftt V-! says-. 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