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. F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL ,
Editors and Publishers.
SUBSCRIPTIONb PER YEAR
. \ . , . INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
AND now Rosewatcr will not speak
. as he passetby. . Republican.
v CHARLES TAYLOR and Joseph Me-
Neal tried to paint the little town of
Brush , Colo. , a handsome vermilion ,
and thqy are now playing checkers with
their noses in durance vile.
SENATOR DOLAN IUIH introduced bills
as follows : To prevent the spreading of
prairie fires ; To amend section 1chap
ter l , cniiiiilol | ( statues ; To amend sec
tion 75. chsiptor 28 , compiled statutes.
- THE rush of those in the field of
9JournuH > into dispossess themselves of
' their respective franchises is only
'
'equaled in iu > epidemic nature , by the
Jyjste with which others nmipy dosira-
"bj . . location in response to the.im-
-p < * rntive demand * of eoniniuiiitii.'sin the
, 'throes of liti'iary htai ration Tins is a
'truly jiilanthroic airu.
" -MAYHAP our people _ bswed the
shock dtscfirniblo throughout this com
monwealth about the tinii of tlu > con
vening of our Legislature. The public
is respectfully refuned to the lion. 15.
Rosewater , who is eurri'iitly reported
as having taken a tumble to him'sul ;
about the above date. The way the
legislature sat down on Edward must
have been severe , as Rosey has not
cracked a smile' since.
AMERICANS are worshipers of suc
cess , as exemplified in successful men
and.too infrequently do thcyhtup to in
quire , by what means the success has
been attained. We have an instance
in our state , ( which is still in its plas
tic condition , ) in the case of the hero
.of Nfinaha count } ' . , the 'Hon. Church
Howe. Church is an example of sue
cess , but we destroy the most beautiful
tints of the delusive picture when we
inquire further. We sue for peace a
rest.
VOORHEES , the1 fiend who caused the
Hubbell wreck with which our readers
are still conversant , has been found
guilty and sentenced fifty years to the
state penitentiary of Kansas. The train
wreck for which Voorhees is convicted
resulted in the death of Express MPS
senger McNorton and the serious injury
of Engineer Alex. Stewart and Conduc
tor Lyman. Voorhees was formerly a
B. & M. brakemau , living at Lincoln ,
and being discharged , perpetrated his
fiendish act out of spite. He justly
deserves the severe penalty.
- ALL the mangy-little curs in these
United States have , "like good citizens , ' ' '
joined in barking at that noble old bat
tle-scarred veteran , Gen. Grant. Al
though some kindly ciiticism weie not
unmerited r. , thiscowardlv - hue and cr\ '
that' has teen raised with such nstouish-
insriuiauiuiJty by those who could scnrce-
, Iv " Gnd . terms to express ' the fulsotncnct *
aTtluir puiist--wlien ( he object of theii
.present spleen ; vis iu the enjoyment of
the iiitTuJiau of his" glory , is one of tin
mo > t contemptible . and unina'nh and
* J- -
. .ungenerousiibition. . , ! .y Americaif-
wcliii\e I'xur m.ticed. . Tin General >
* * _ * >
rdns.ii of a iaigf Mini of mmiev recent
l"pjfft-red him by friend > .and tiiu pledg
ing of his souvenirs'to Vanderbilt-have
the tiue ting of the old commander.
THE senatorial contest in Illinois as
sumes an aspect of almost national im
portance , as upon the selection of a
democrat or republican uiay be based
the complexion of the senate for a num
ber of } ears. Should the.republicans
gain two senators in the 49th congress-
and at the wor.tlose only one , the sit
uation would not be critical , but the
chances are that-in the election to be
made for the 50th congress the repub
licaiis have .more show for losing than
t'-ie democrats. The Chicago Inter-
Ocean cautions Illinois republicans to-
work together without the slightest
bickering and says :
The legislative history of the country
. leads to the conclusion that as a rule it
is a good thing in have the- two branches
of ii state legislature or o congress in
the control of different parties. There
are inconveniences about it certainly ,
but each body then serves as a check
upon the other , and thus reduces the
danger of abuse of power. Before the
war the republicans had control of the
house in more than one congress , " but
the senate remained democratic.Hav -
ing'cipce got cnnliol-of 'the , senate , the
republicans have neverlop it , and dur
' ing the" next adnijnistatioif1 at control
. will'of ] the very highest itfipprtaucc ;
The Brush Tragedy.
( Special to the Sterling Nowa.
BRUSH , COLO. , Jan. 9 , 1885.On
Wednesday evening Joe McNeal and
brother , Chas. Taylor and some others
had a grand ppree. They undertook to
run tlie town. About the first man tack
led was Frank Jochum , sitting quietly
in the store of Black & Kram. Tailor
entered , looked at Jochum a minute ,
threw him out the door , and hit him on
the head with his revolver , making a
bad gash. He gave himself up , and paid
his fine. Thence he went to the Billiard
Hall and undertook to kill Proprietor
Downs , who escaped him , and caused his
* arrest. While making arrest Constable
Giibcrtson was compelled to shoot him ,
the ball taking effect in the side of his
head , but not seriously wounding him.
At the time of arrest , . Taylor and the
other parties were shooting and howling
in the Billiard Hall. Joe McNeal was
also arrested , having previously shot
Jas. Holland while trying to make the
latter datjpe. McNeal escaped from the
court room while being examined before
Judge Cheadle. and has not been caught.
Taylor is under one thousand dollars
bail to appear at the next term of. Dis
trict Court. He was unable to furnish
bail up to Friday morning. It.is rumored - '
' mored that a former Brushite is at foot
of all the trouble and is giving the
gang all assistance.
i BRUSH , Friday P. M. They have
caught .McNeal at Uenkelman , Neb. , and
, will have him back at Brush to-night.
PADDY RYAN , Ei-q. , who runs a pal
atial grog shop on South State street ,
Chicago , has gone to New York to
in et Hon. John L. Sullivan , conduc
tor of an sesthetic saloon in Boston.
These two gentlemen will hold a lit
tle soiree- which everybody will be
invited ( at § 2 an invite ) and after pmn-
meling each other a little , will return
lo their respective gin factories. This
affair and the movements of the two
honorables will be cluonicled by tele
graph and published in papers all over
the Unitc-d States , and they will gain
all'the glory and shekels they -could
hope for. The tired and weary pub-
lie almost wish that John and Paddy
could be chained together and com
pelled to fight with" knives until both
their bodies repiesented mosquito net
ting. The } ' are getting- be decided
ly old chestnuts and should go on tlie
retired list. Republican.
Gaui is divided into three
parts , " said Cajsar , though he disguis
ed this geographical information un
der a lingo not known to anybody now ,
especially doctors and drug clerks.
Mr. Rosewater's gall is also divided
into three parts. One part is devoted
to the railroads , the second to the leg
islature and the third to country edi
tors. In view of the ease with which
old Gaul was conquered we suggest
to Mr. Rosewater that in union there
is strength , and the sooner he gets his
gall concentrated the better it will be
for him.
SENATOR DOLAN has introduced a bill
designed to change the present law as to
the population required by villages to
incorporate as a city of the second class.
His amendment to the present law
makes the required number 1,000 in
stead of 1,500. Shall this bill pass ,
MbCotik can yicorporatc as a city of the
second class , which will give us a much
itetter organization. Village organize
tian is a nonentity.
THE Omaha Republicanafter mature
Mil'cralicm , has arrived at the conclu
sion that this is a non-appreciative age ,
nid cites in extenuation the faet that ,
the other day a Maine editor thrashed
t politician and kicked him clear out
*
HI the sidewalk , and the judge , instead
> f praising the editor , fined him § 21
ind costs.
A BILL has been introduced in the
lower House of our , Legislature bj Rep
resentative Crook , fixing the maxiniaui
standard of passenger traffic at 3 cent ?
per mile. This will most likely become
a law , railroads arc , to all appearances ,
willing to concede the rate.
REPRESENTATIVE HOCKNELL , has a
ilace on the following committee's :
Internal Improvements , Railroads , and
Live Stock and Grazing Interests.
John Sheldon .said * * * " hay , if
cut at the proper time , cart3fjlly ( iujjpd
uid properly stacked , and f&l jfijjh'c-
ously to cattle will fatten them faster
ind cheaper than a mixture of hay i&d
'ruin. M.y laud will produce from
.
*
7 * *
ive to six tons to the acre annuajjy
> f this nutiitious hay. Beef fattened
HI alfalfa is nuch sweeter and rtiore
juicy thai- that fattened on grain *
? ort Collins Courier ,
WASHINGTON LE'lTER. ,
Washington , D. C. , Jan. 11. ' 85/
1 The dedication of the Washington
Monument which is soon to precede the
inauguration ceremonies , promises to be
a rather tame affair at best. Mr. Win-
throp's oration has been prepared some
time but the orator will hardly be' able
to deliver it in person , while the propo
sition that Mr. Win throp's son should
read it is far from being satisfactory.
When the corner stone of the Bunker
Hill Monument was laid on the 17th of
June , 1825 , Daniel Webster was the orator
tor , and his magnificent address on that
occasion was inspired'not only by the
presence of LaFayette but by hundreds
of the old veterans of the Revolution
themselves who occupied seats directly
in front of the orator. On the 17th of
June , just eighteen years afterward , the
capstone of the monument was lifted to
its place , and Mr. Webster again deliv
ered the oration , this time with Presi
dent Tyler and his Cabinet among his
auditors , and still hundreds of the Revo
lutionary fathers with open mouths and
hands to their ears , drinking in the sub
lime eloquence of the country's greatest
orator. It was this occasion that brnugh t
forth the familiar quotation : "Vener
able men ! You have come down to us
from a former generation , " &c. , which
was not in Mr. Webster's prepared
speech at all , but was suddenly inspired
by the surroundings and circumstances
of the occassiou. The writer of this ,
though a meic boy , was present on that
occasion and can never forget the scene
presented when these rough old patri
archs wept like children at the thrilling
words of the great orator.
The folly of both houses originating
bills upon the same subject is to be some
what sadly demonstrated in the prospec
tive defeat of both the Cullom bill in the
Senate and the Reagan bill in the House'
which provide for the regulation of interState
ter-State commerce. The Cullom bill
will pass the Senate to-morrow , and the
Reagan bill will pass the House some
day this week. There i.s not much sim
ilarity in the provisions of the two bills ,
so that it i.s not more than likely that
the Seriate will pay the least attention
to the Reagaii measure , than it is prob
able that the House will take notice of
the Cullom production. The upsjiiit of
the business \villbe _ thatjieitherJl'
be reached , au'd the railroads as usml
will come out first best.
So far as the House could accomplish
it , there is to be a Department , of Agri
culture a'nd a Cabinet minister to look
after the beans and potatoes of the coun
try. Is it possible that Congress sup
poses that any Cabinet minister is going
to make a specialty of advancing the ag
ricultural over any other of the many in
terests of this prodigious country ? And
if such a Cabinet minister were disposed j
to make a specialty of playing into the
hands of grangers as the high muck-a
muck of officialism , how long will it be
before the iron interests of Pennsylva
nia , the codfish interests of Massachu
setts , the wooden-nutmeg and brass-
clock interests of Connecticut ; , and the
Saddle Rock oyster interest of Virginia
and Maryland , will be howling for places
in the Cabinet ?
The resident population of Washing
ton have taken it upon themselves to in
augurate Mr. Cleveland in a style entire
ly becoming to the kind of a President
who gets a chance to be inaugurated but
once in a quarter of a century. There
is to be more of a military display per-
iiaps than comports with the Republican
simplicity that we boast of , but what
kind of a demonstration \vould we have
without the blaze of buttons and the
jlare of trumpets ? The ground floor
of the new Pension ' 'Office is to be set }
tpart for Mr. Cleveland's ball , and the !
elegance of the raiment to be worn on
that occasion 1 shall describe to vou as
M
minutely as I shall possibly dare to.
DOM PEDKO.
Commissioners' Proceedings.
OFFICE OF COUNTY CLKRK. i
Incltanolii. Jim. 7 , Jt5. . f
The board of county commissioners of Heel
Willow county met pursuant to adjournment ; '
aC Dec.JOtli. . 1884 , and to settle with tlie coun
ty treasurer ns. provided by law. Present , !
ilenry Ciubtrce. Chair jian/ . L. Green and j
3. J. Allinston , commissioners , and C. D.
Jramer , clerk. Proceedings of last session j
read and approved. ' |
The board proc&ctled-tothe consideration of
sltunis against tlyj cgutfey , and on motion , the
following1 claims were SuiditeU aud alloued on
the jrencral f uri
L : Hillman. digging grave and seeing to
burial of Jus" . Garner , claim SS.OU. al
lowed at . , . . . . ' . . S 4.00
J. L. Nettleton , sprvices as Co. Supt-.Pnb.
Instruction fhr quarter ending Decnm-
. . 62.00
3. H. McCormick , fees in inquisition upon -
on the body "Tit Jas. Garner , pcrvinjr
summons on jury and mileoKf . 2.10
? a3mer Way.2 stoves , coal hods , etc. for _ [
courthouse . -9. 5 '
lohn S. Glandoti , taxes refunded. . . 9" '
fhomas Bennett , services as judge of I
election and mileage , making election
TCturus , cltiirn SJ.Wralloved at. . . . . . . . . 9J J
Dr" . A. J.Phaw. professional services ren
dered Mn > . Crist , prior to. dirt-ing and
niter amputation of thigh , claim of
$75 00 , allowed at 23.00
On motion , the following claims were mid I
ted and allowed on the lutano fund levy for
the year 1WI :
R. M.CrUwpll. 3 days services on board
of insunity in case of Inez Miller $9 Co
\Vclboru.6crvlcctnnd mileage in con
veying Inez Miller to instiuo hospital. . 40.il
On motion , the following cluiiiiH were audi
ted and allowed on the KOiicuil fuml levy for
the year I U :
John Johns-oil , tax refunded. . . . . $ 2.W
Nathan W Milier , tax'refuudcd 3.7i
On motion , the following cluim > MIS audited
and 'allowed on the load fund levy for the
year 1881 :
Palmer Way.C { fcschain , boltsnallsctc.3.6 !
On motion , the following official bonds wcro
approved :
ABSLSSOHS : S. W Stilgehouer. Daribury ;
I. Bennett. Heaver ; Samuel Young , East Val-
le , * ; P. T. Francis , \\illow Grove OVKK-
SEEIIS IOAI ) UISTKICTS : Samuel Younp , No
ti : A. Z. Jones. No. 11 ; O.il. .Miller. No. 1 ;
S. B. Coltrain , No 10 : Baltlmsar Lchn , No I * ,
A. B. Coppers , No. 0. CO.NSTAHLES : Joseph
W. Daniels. North Valley : C. M. Gobcn. Indi
anolaV. . F. Simpson , Ited U'illow : E Law
thers , Gcrvor. JUSTICES : Clark Ward , Indi
anola ; Uoyal Buck. Hed Willow.
In the matter of the petition of T M. Clark
and others , to establish a public road com
mencing at the southwest corner of section
10 , town. 15 , range 20 west , thence running east
between sections 1C and 21. and between sec
tions 15 and 22 , and between sections 14 and
23 , and between 13 and 21 : AJSOfor the loca
tion of the road running north and south be
twceii sections 21 and 22 : Also to establish a
road "to run north and south , in th ? centre
of section 21. " On motion , the petition wan
granted , with the understanding that tin *
county shall be at no expense forthcestab
lislnnent and vacation of th above described
roads.
Itoaddistrict No.ll having been divided ami
road district No. 20 having been constituted
out of part of the territory of road district
No. 11. on motion , the county treasurer is ; iu-
thorizccl and instructed to divide all iuonr.\
heretofore collected , or that may be hcrcaflcj
collected of the year 1SK5 ro.id tu\es. one hull
of snicl taxes to be placed to the credit of each
road district.
On motion , the county clerk was instructed
to notify publishers of county papers that the
commissioners will receive bidsfor publishing
commissioners' proceedings , legal noticesam !
advertisements , bids to be filed in the county
clerk's oflice on or before January iHth. lf > . * ,
at 2 o'clock , P. M. , at which time all bids will
be opened and the contract let.
On motion , the bourtt adjourned to meet
January 12th. 188"
C. D. CUAME'II , County Clerk
AUK VOU MADE miacrolilc by Indigestion. 1,1 *
sttpatiini. Dizzincbb. Lus of Appoiltu , Vu'lov. bkm
Shlloli's VlttiliztT Is u posit l\u Cure.
FOi : DYSPEPSIA and Lhcr complaint. > nu II.M-
prln.ed truiir.iiuco on exi-ry bottle of oliilolfn Vl.i.l
Izcr It HIM er fail * to cure.
Till' Kcv. Gco. II 'I linyer. of Ilouilion , Inil . * ' '
"Hotli inj self , i nd wife owe our lives to SIIILOH *
CONbUMlTlON CUKE. "
WHY WILL YOU coupli ft hen hlloh Ciiri * v I
K\U ! iliiinVdlulo ullcf. I'llcu 11) cm. , . " > ! rts : in > l V
SHILOIi'S CAl-AUUlI KKMKDY
for CaUirrli. ilipli'luTiu ' anil Ciinkor Mou'li
A NASAL IJ .li : 1OU fm ; with c.icli bottle > '
Sliilolfb ' ntuiili Kfinedy. Pilcc 30 vvnti.
SHILOll'b Uin wHl Immediately relieve 1011 ,
WlitxirliiR cinigli and 15n > nchih.
"II ACKMKT .LK" . l.ibtii sand flagrant prfui" .
Price 2S and 5 < i ri ins.
Sold l > y S I. . Om-n druwUt. Mcfook. Soli.
S < tful' i lie worKlti'-j class. Send llfrci ,
1 IL g 8 jjf" ! I > ' > HI Iami invlil ! iniil } ni : f.'ci
bl 5f : > ' rojil. : v.ilnililc hir. 01 : : ij.i ! > if -
I w MHU ? Irit ulil ; .ii-- , -n In t'ui.i \ f 1:1 ! ; . !
moil1 tinrtifi n : n f < l.ij tit in tin ! " \rr U > ' Mil. i i-
"ihir u u v lii- i - . i.Hj > itnl in it ifijiitrvtl. \ \ > - > . .
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. \oiiii > ; i.il .1 1 \"iioii L't-iij IMIII Iro'ii "i" n-iit
> "ii-i 'i } i-\i- ! IIK ilu1 : : itiini ! i- work mi. :
me bu-.iiii1-- . i\i- i.ike ! unpii-.iili'liJu.ri1 ! : to
who are not \vt-ll sjllall.d ww will i-end fl to JMJ i
the trimblc of u-ritiiiK u . Full pariicul-irs , ( iiicc.lt.i.-
etc , tent free. Furtunes will lie mile by those uli.
Kive their whole time to the work , ( jreit Micce8-
: ib > olirellire. . Don't duluy. S.irt nun. Aii-Jier
STIXMCO . Purl ' .ind. Maine. 2-s :
An Enterpdsing , Keliable House
.1 OIIIB ! on & p iMinz c.in slw.iys lier , < 'llcd tnon. n.i
only to i-iiiry In st ck tlie ln-st of exeiythlnir. but : o
elllte the Apeticy for such arttilehnvewi'll
known merit , and lire popular wi.h the people , thrre-
by su'tniulngilic rcpiiisitioti of helnir alwivs enei-
prlehig. nnd it ci reliable. llnvin-r tciuted the . \seu-
cy lor the eelelirate.t Dr. Kind's Xe-.v Discovery f.i
oiiMimptlon , will si'll ir on a positive Kui.iiii < ce It
will sti-fly cure any anil excry atlcclinu if 'Ihroai
Lun s , and i he-t. nd to s ! o-.v our ionlidonce , we lu-
vltc jou to c ill rn i cet a Trial Uottle Free.
Our Opinion.
After selling numberless preparation' , v.c arc con
vinced th.it HKCiCb' TUOI'H AI , CII > U tineqiiiJlfit.
For pain. cuts. bruNos. rheumatism. Ir-.st litio , clill
lihilns. etc. , it \\atntnted by S. 1. . Grern and Jolin-
soti & Sinil.lin
BARBER SHOP.
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GO TO > e -C :
A. P. SHARP'S
Jb'OR A FIKST-CLASS
SHAVE OR HAU GUI.
HOT & GOLD BATHS
OK SHORT NOTICE.
J2 ? Ladies' and ChiMi-en's , Ilaii
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Dressitijr a .sjtecialty.
0ITY BAKERY , !
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WE KEEP ON HAND ; |
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BREAD. PIES- & CAKES ,
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Ii A HAM BKKAD.
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Cakes Made'on Order , } >
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.Lunch I'.iom in connection , ulurn :
vou can iict hot coffee , etc. >
'ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Are you disturbed HI nl ln ami l.rukvn of your rest
ijy a lck cbllil xulTcrliig ml crylug * * ttli pin ! of cur1-
tln/U't-ili ? If ! < ii , fvinl nt iiitfu anil KI lioldcuf
rs. WJ = : ! : T' C.tM ; Syrsp fr Oil .ror TottUsg.
1 r value l Inn > k-iu..ij.iv. it will riiru'lie jxior
llulc duneicr liniiu'ijliiti.ly ioi'ii. : iip.uii in > In7 .
'lienN TNI ml i k < * iiIK iu It ir riiifs Ovsi-i. rty HUT ]
illnrrlmi'u. rv uljlfi tin * stimuli uti'l luiAc.o , . uifo
Aimtciiilc , Bifti-i'.N tin- /un'ii , rt-tluci-H liiU'muihi > > . .
.uid K vt tiinf * itiiil iMift v I'J tin * ivli.ili' > ( 'in
Ii : : . Wi iiys's OKtUsg-Syraj fr Chllirss Scs Ssg i
, .if..JMir in iutnMl | - . aim I * Uic , n * : ii-twn uf < 41ii
of il.e uiili'V inn ! bi-Rl frilirtic imif.'rt n.
ill the t'ul ti atiiifh. no l f-r * nD >
liitoUKl.'HU tilt * wurl.1. iri. c 2s < : ur.vi > Itottlu. I
Reliable Hims. ] '
Vtjl-s S L Or > en Inu j ( iiii.-uu & > AJ llo re
rln.i.'i loliittile tint ! > tu Rtt.u.0 tut . 'r * f < i-ry ]
.Iilnj ; foi 'liclr jwttiiiii llicy iii.w iitixnuln .1
lar c < iuaiult } ot UKUUb' t HHIIUV OUKll bVliUI1.
.mil aniilwuyit hliluii : iul lumli tu u-iuiiinu-ml It in |
e cry one lit ni-eil of propantlon tor coiultn , colils. i
Hutlitiiil. tiniiiclillls .mil coiisuintitloii , as ttioy Itiiuvv of
nuoilit-r it-n-i-ily Hint U KHliilurf auclii wid
( Ion. buniplu lnHllen free. '
lii presents jjlven nway.
$200,000 end u.1 els. ( HjitinKe. Hint
, ? ! mull > ou uill j.'et fri-f. A
, . . . . . . . „ . . . . KIM\.S of larje tnliif. lint uill * iurt you it
.vork i htt : Mill nt mice bring yim In money faster titan
tiiytliini : el c In A HUM leu. All uliuin tlie iiuu.Uiiu in
( reNeiiiH wl.h each box. ApentP wanted every here , j
of either sex. of all iij-e * . fur nil the tlniL1. or i-pire
line only , lo work for us at tln-lr own home * . Km-
uneh fur nil wnil.eisati&OiutelyasHiired. Don't delay.
II. 11AI.LKTT & 1.0. , 1'ortli nil. Muliiu
An AnswerWanted.
an any one Lrlns us n ease of Kidney < ir I Iver
timplahit Unit Klciirlc Ultttr.t will not sreedlly
lire ? We hay tlu-y can not , us thousands of rases
already reiinanently cured und \\lio arc dally leeom-
mrndlnK Klrctriu Hitters , will pro\c Krlclit's DU-
etise. IMuliutcii. u'cuk Hack , or uny urinary complaint
jiiickly cured. Tlu-y purify tin ? blood. rcKUlatc the
bouelti , .11 id act directly on the diseased parts. K\ery <
ootlltiHU.'ir.inteeil For Hale at 51) cunts u bottle nt
.Mi-iropolllun liur ; Store.
. IMPOPTANT.
When you \ Islt or leave Nnw York Cltv , save Hag-
lie. lvxt'ic ! < s.i i ! nd ' nrrinpu Hire and stop at the
'rand Union Hotel , opposite Grand Central Depot.
Kh'frant rooniM fltltil up at n cost of one million
loll.inrciluced to i-1.00 und upwards per day. Knio-
; ) cin pUn. Elevator. Kestaurant iiiippllcd with tlie
'OAt. Ilon-c i-urx , staxci and elevated nillro.id to nil
. . < ! I iiri. I-'aniiltes ran live better fqr le < ii money nt
tin-Grand Union Ho el than nt any other llrx'-clam
intel In the city 3-St
Buckleii's Arnica Salve.
TIIK UKbl SAI.VK In tin-world for t ntH/Bru ! es ,
ores , UJceis. S.tlt Ktieum. Ke\erSores. Tetter , CJlup-
i I'd Hands. ciilll'laliH. onus , aud all "kin Krupllons.
uul poailltely cine * Pl.ctor no | iiy reiiulled. It U
uaMiiteed to Kiie. iicrfvct cat Infliction , or money
rt-iunueu. I'lIce - . cents | ier mix. For sale Jt
DHUG
| ii v.ei'k at lioine. $ . 10111.11 tree. l'nj a'- '
Milittelj ( Hire XoiNk. Oipital not reiiuir-
5ed. Header. Ifoti want liuy'iicusat whtcli
' . er.-iin > of vlther seyonn or old. ean
a } all ihe time lhc > uoik. v.ith : ib-nnte !
, urite for paitituiain to II. II U.I.I.'l I ir
( > . r.nii-iiid. lt ! .f. -J-s.-i
KSTIJAY NOTICE.
( nine t < j my lebKloticf. ' - mile northucst of
5i v liidi'r i' u. . .faiiiiiu.v tfii. Ic'-j. nie btt'r
.ill" ; ovui-uiop on ri 'li' oar ; iimU'rctop on
i-lr car. o otlicr nmrlis or Imunib ( Ii titi-
-IlirllUl/lC. N..I Clt Vr-I.H : .
Norfc E
t
in the District Lourt ot tin : Mil Jtidiciiil liv }
net held in anu for Uc < \Villou-uutiiity i , eb : J
LoraUell.Plm.uiir . , { Notice to non- j
- . illiiun IJclK'ucfenilais , f ' " . .t . Ui-i't. |
! .l V , ll i.l .M itbl.tj. .NJ.-itI.SII KXT IlKFKMi- f
, ,1 . You an > lieioDy noiiticd th.it on tli 7tli '
t.iot .jaiiUury , . ! < - - . . ( . 'ora uoii ii.eil a putiiioti :
i Jni > .t.iuti in the Uistuct < curl ot ! te < l V.'il-
n cotiut.v. Xebr.isUu. tiltohjict ami prayer
t " Incli i < ie to otit.tiu ti > li'.orc't. lu/ui you on
. . . . 'lh.it you 1'c-iiif. of bi.lUcIcut uhilit
u i revile > -iiituliio iiiiittitciiKucu i > rhi-i hrivc
.M' . lj. wanto l.v uud criiuiij lotusuil Jititl :
iL-jrlc-cteil so to do. !
ho i'lujtititl uiiluni ! < ; . .inl luiiso : or thtluini
Vnu .lie 1-f'i'iHVil i' .iiiswi'i-s-ii . I'CttiMjn % . "
i iiffmc Mottli > . the ! ! "I. " "I l' -li'itnj
> . > . or - : . ( | 'titii > i ) ill ! K i.iHi'ti 'liiii- .11.i ! ,
- ! I'.il . ' . . , iliei'-in
lament i -iii ( .i M'.i-.t v > ii as i
.r.i.v. ii lor. t i Hi \ UllI.L. !
. . . . ,
< F T vr > * -T c F < rar3ra > ] p < t.- -rv AJx t Aj * u
1/nii ruiij KIN--iimi ! '
iSi'.uval K.s.
By the Chairman anil Board of Trtistres ol'
.hu VilS.i eot J'cLook , .i'lfis\a ! :
UKStuAKU , That tliu pension of H. C. lUder.
tiiil otlicrti. a majoritj of ii iiicut nwnei-s of
its abuttiiiK on tilt-Miiitli bide ot iJ-jiiisuii
jlieet. pruj m that a siat'A.ilk tic i.inlt uioiiir
'iiu &outh side of s.ucl street , ei/inmoneiiijr at
icLo\eil ) ftreet anu riiiiiitn lliciiLo 1111 to
sum Avenue , of the toilouiti -c-nptiou : j
.tia waU to ue of pine matenal. o teet wide ,
inches iliick. to tie la.d on .1 sa-iii crst >
uiciiCs , witli not le > s than li nails 01-spike.- *
\o. vo : ; to each pl.u.k , said planks to de laid
\itli etui ? to uic sttvet , L-e H-tanted , ana the
jiiine is neretiy ordered built.
UKSOI.VUU. 'iliat this ictolution ho pulihMi-
t.-J in Cut. Tin t.UMi lor the p nod 01 one eet. ,
aud said publication to be suincient notiliea-
tlon to the ownets of said lots.
Attest : .1. E. HIiKGEK , Obiiiniian.
F. Jl. KiMjthLL , Clerk.
COMPLAIKT. KoTlCEs * .
U. S. LAND OFFICE
.MeCook , Neb. , Deeemborilst. 18s4.
Complaint having been entered at tins ollice
. .y Ana l.iilteity against John F. bwurtz tor
failuie to comj/ly with law as to Timber-Cul
ture Entry . - . i. d.tteil iSorth FlatteNeb. , June
oth. laJ , upon the Mmtheabt quarter section
' ) . township 1 itoitii , ratine i west , in Ked Wil
low county. Null. , with a view to thf cancella
tion of said entry : contestant alletnnj , ' that
John F. Swam has failed to cultivate IU acres
of t-aid tract tram June C , ltb.5 , up to the pres
ent time a8 required by law ; the said parties
are hereby bummoncd to appear at this ollice
> n ihefith tJ.iy ot Fcbru.trj. li-'c. > . at 1 o'clock ,
i' M , to n-spond and furnish testimony con-
I'cruiiiK taicl alleged lailure.
: n. G. L. LAWS. Uegister
L' . S. LAXSJ 01-riCE
Mct'onk , Xeh , Jiintiurj * I2th. ISW.
Coiiid.iir.t | having- been eutcred tit this oflicc
t y IJtlmoiid Jcch r asaiust John Hcillunil for
iiliandoninjr his Homestead Kntrv 1JST. ( < Iattl
ntXorth i'iuttu. NfimisKa. "ctobcrSlst. IM'J.
upiiu the soutii * : M.titinvc-t't ! i ei'ctiiin J4 and
north ' / ; iirtln.-f > t ot sft-titni " ! . township
1 north of rant-'e l > . in ic l U'fllow countv.
Nvbitiska.sith : i vioiv to thf i-aiK-clatn ! ii ot
uiM eatry : th- said I'artio arc- hfreiijiiiii -
inOtiC'l to appt-ar at this < iln.on ! th < * K'tli < Jay
)1 Kflirusiri' . t. .1. at : l o cluvk. A M . to n- [
JJIOIH ! and liinii-.h.tt-stiiioiii coiicernini , ' - < ml
ilIcKcd abandoniui-nt- .
: . C. F IJA ( ) 1C. Hot-ff er.
f ! . ! . . . . .I . . . . . . . . . . . l-.l- . . . . . I
FIHAL F O F KOTI 3ES.
_
"IT MiOicK. XIH. .
Xotice is hon > 'iy ivt-n that the follow iisir- i [
. It-L'tt.c-i n.t- iiii-.V' < .i. u t-l -Intcnt.oo
to make I'.nul t 1001 in'suj.p irt < : hi--claim. t
mid tiiattaid prool v. lit be m.uiei elou-
ter.iiu ; iloceiT.at % . 'ct onk ! . t n r.'uSiiy.
' !
Huir to nltitro ol Hannah Mhulcr. Itvs < ! . )
iSoiin n-ail KntiT I " . . lot tlu-t-otiin ' ; north-
; sit : t " ! < ! north * z sitv \ > f U < > 1 > cotiort I'l. t
ffiu-i'-hipi f.ortli , ran i' - ' < wc > t. H < - niiin- : > ' .
tliu t ; ! lo.- inpuitnt" t--s to ji.-sive hs ei'iitin- ,
nous ros-itlcHcc upon. : unl cultivrtinii ol' . sai.l
l.iti < l. vi/ . John t'aluis and l-'rankj.ii I * . uv- ;
31-aek oft < > ii litoii. \ ' ! ' . Hc-r.r. ! I Tie oir- j !
nid George Hiifrtrms ol MuCMiK. 4\oi . . I
. AT
isimed ? cttlt-i haVf itiCil notitwoi their iiifea | r
'
inn To inJ.o uu.ii i > rix t in & . ; j > j > urt ot Ttleir . t'
hiiiii- . and tbar j-.uil jiruo ! ? ; will lm r.u < tu i. ' . {
t
otu He i turoiKcteiversit Mo ook .S'e. .oti , . - .
i i'iy. ! l-viiri.-.iry . j. \ * : > / / . ! . < ! tir : i. , , ;
ilonifJKi Ifm tor tfits nortlim r { juri T f f
-pt-ti'in vri t < . \\n-hi J r.onh , ru.- -'tu ur ! j'
- f . f. rtfai" 'ntn-'J
riV is F. l-tl . c. r ;
a > t . ' 'iarr er > 'ii > 'i 24. io - ! : - < hi . . . ri.frch of j ll .
f'i. - hti.ii iwii u- '
Hij - > * * -i. Tti-y aiw f j ,
i ' of. ! ian-i. > 'i/ j "
; > - si. ami : ! va ion . - ,
'I ( .til' u il'i-is.i ii.stlt ai.'i Ix-.i .J i : - n. =
ill of > : . -.o ! c. Noli. 'A-tiR'S. < 's , for L-iiwt. . K. ;
'at < - : .lt > hn K. Collins lUvanl c ( nii.il > > : . - I
saiiiuc'IBiown anil L viUroxvn.ulluf-Mi-t.oy ,
Ieb. oi. GL. . LAWS , Kefc'Ister. T
TIWAL PROOF NOTICES.
LAND Oi nci : AT McCuoK , KKH. , I
f l/itcmuLer Kl.lh. IfHI. f
1 Notice * is liercby p XMi Um' the folIowIiiK-
namcij heiticrlntb tiled notice of h.a intention
to iiniKe Mini > . > roof in mipjiort ot Inu clnlm ,
ami tliut Mid proo.l'WilI benuulo lioforo Itcgls-
tcror tttiuotvuruc Mc oolr , N vb. on Frulay ,
Jeiruariili. . I.vviz : James 13 Wingiue.
llomostead Si" , for the southwest quarter of
hectn.li t. toiviifhip t iiorth. raiiRU & west.
Hi * names the tulio lnj ? uiinivscH to prove
In * contiiiini'i.s reMidencu upon , and oultlva-
i t.M'i ' ot. ! -i id land. 11 ? . Mitchell VotniK. .lames
M1 Larteitj. NichniitWjcotT nil b Onihum.
I att ot ininliurt. Aet >
' .tl U. L. LAWS , Itegistor.
LA MI OMICI : AT McCo K , NKH. , I
December njth , 1S I. f
Xotice is hereby uiven that the lollowing-
nanied beltier has IIled notice of his intention
to make llniil pr of in support of hid claim ,
and that said proof Mill t.o tinide teloie Ueg-
istcror KecelveratMeX'ook. iNeb.on Friday ,
February Mil , 146 , viz : Herman Hey , D. S.
: 'iU . lor the bouth } nortlnvest U und north yt
fouthuc.-a U tection < . towns-hip J north , range
"n went , lie nametf th. following witnutises to
piove his eontitiuouB resnieiiLe uponand cul
tivation of. said land , viz : Charles Ebert ,
William Uubarko , 1-red. unsinucrand Ernst
Newman , all of indiauola , .Neb.
M C5. L. LAWS , Register.
JjAMl OrUCK AT MCCOOK , NEI | . I
December -oth , it4. f
Notice is hereby given that the loliowitig-
n 'ined settler has Hied notiw of his intention
to make tlnal ptoot in support ot his claim ,
ana that said proof will be made t uluru lU'K-
iHteror iteceivor at AiCCook. Neb."on Friday ,
January oUth , Ib& ) , vir Gilbert It. Nettleton ,
D s. 4 U. tor the south 'i southeast , ' < auction
: i , nortli'northeaitfi section lu. towiibhip 2
north , range UO west. He names the following
witnesses to prove bis continuous residence
upon , and cultivation of , taid land , viz : J.
Stone , W. S. Fitch a d M. H. Johnson , * f 3Ic-
Cook , Neb. , and U. Uarnes , of Valiton. Neb.
M. G. L. LAWS , Uetflster.
LAUD OFFICE AT McCooK , NEB. , I
December Ifith , 18S4. f
Notice IB hereby irlvcn that the 1'oIIowinK-
namcd settler liaa Hied notice of his intention
to make ilnal proof in support of hlH claim ,
and that said proof will be made before Ketfis-
ter or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on 'Monday ,
February M , 18S. > , viz : Melvill L. Laci' , Home
stead Entry : R)7 , for the southwest quarter of
section . ' , township 4 nortli , range 'M west.
Ho names the following- witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon , and cultiva
tion of , said land , viz : F. S.v ilcox , J. A.
Wilcox , S. A. Shutter and Edson Itobinett. all
of McCook , Neb.
9 G. L. LAWS , Register.
LAND OFFICE AT v C "OOK , NKB. , I
December lith , 18M f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
mimed settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make linal proof in support of his claim ,
and that said pic.ol will be made belore Iteg-
it-ter or Iteuen er at McCook. Neb. , on Friday ,
aiiuary JHrd , lbJ-5 , viNels J Johnson , ! ) .
a. 7iu. lor the totitli lt .soutiiwest U section 1
and north ! 3 nortliv.est ' . bection i" . township
I north , range SUwcfet. He namcrt the follow
ing witncsbcs to prove his continuous resi
dence uiion.and cultivation of , said land , viz :
Andy S. Uojer. William 1. . 1'ryor , W. H. Hubbell -
bell and Myion Wilron , all ol McCook , Neb.
iS ( J. L. LAWS. UegiPter.
LA MI OmtK AT McCooK.
December Sth. 11-84. f
Notice Is Jiereby gixen that the following-
named settler ha.s tiled notice ol his intention
to ifiake tlnal proof in support of his claim ,
and that Mild prool uill Leniude belore Regis
ter or iJeceivcrat McCook. Neb. . on Saturday ,
January "Ith. lM-r , viy. : Jatob HaibhLerger.
lltiinestead INV. . tor the Mitiihciiht qintilcrof
bection Ki. tounshi ] ! : t noith. range - ' - > west.
He names the toIlounsguitncsi-cMoprovehis
eiintinitotib icbidetici * iiioi > . ui.d cultivation
ot. sani land , viz William MiQuio , L'cnjamin
McCjuay. diistavw Kallin and Ale.xander
. ) ihnblon , all oi MetooK. Net > .
: . ' .s tj. L LAWS. Register.
LAN : ) Ur'Ht h AT Mi inn ; . Ni.li. . i
Dec-eml er loth , IrfM. f
Notice is liereb > given thai tin : following-
named .c-uiei him thed notice oi Ins intention
to mal.e tin.il | Tooi lu Support ol hi > claim ,
and iliut anI pioul uill I.e mitne betore Uegit > -
ti-r , r i.i'fi-ivei : st Mtt o k , Aeli .tin fcatunlay ,
Jnnii i.v I'.tlt. I. .l. vi/ . Charles II. I'ato.
Itoiiii-- etui I.MO ' tor the iii'i'tlicasLijunr-
tt-rc. ! M'c-iioii' ; . ti . .iminp ; , uprth tt ranged )
uc--.t Hiii.itnt the lollo'.ving uitncbses to
J.IM. ! llb I > .l illldilb it -I ll'.ICI- cj > ( dl. .llllleUl-
tn'iiiii n Oj.a.i I.ii it MCiiil.ert II. Nettlo-
tuit. C hcMerew ma > . Gt-oi u II Marbuck
aiai Alp..I'tohtai IK.v all ot .Xiet onk Neti. '
O L.i.A \ \ ; . itegihter.
i ixhr.tt. i litni. . \tJ js.
li. . : . ! . ji t ICK AT Mi t t > uK. NKII. , i
LVccml er loth. ltM. f
Notice is heieb ; given that the toll winsj-
named settler tii.tiie.i notice ot his intention
to make liiiiil ] > r < > ot in Mijiport ot his claim ,
ami that baid piool uill be maile belore Iteg-
is-ter or kecetxui at Mciook.el < . , on Friday ,
aiiiif.ry Jdth. iv\i , viHult. . < -rt A. Graham ,
D. c > i. , ; . KJI- the iiorts ! nonhuest ' -ection
1. loun lnp i north , ran e.Mlebi. . lleimmca
the iollouing vitiie. M'S to jnove luscontinu-
otib iCMtience upon , and c Ilivalion ol. baid
land , vi/ : James E. l.awtheis. James Law-
iheib , A. Lniilcsb anu Aaiii.tii O. Wiekwue ,
all ul McCuoK , Neb.
o . G. L. lAWS , Itegister.
LAND OFFICE AT
Mcv.ooh , Neb. . Oct.ibor 27th , lt > 84.
Notice ib ueicoy KKC-U lu.u tlie lullownig-
naineti eetilei lias nwl notice 01 her intention
to mime mini proof 1.1 &uppjrc oi her claim ,
anu iliat a.tiu piuol will ueniatle oetore Ke later -
ter or Keceuer at > ict.oik , . eb. , oil Friday ,
januaiy ii.th. li > N'i , viiar > -M. IJnggs , t .
t > . uo , inr tne norinuept quarter oi section - ,
to\\nblup4 ii'jiili. r.tn e > weot. ahe names
tne lolloping uitnebsc-s to prove tier coiitinu-
r ua rcMUcace upon , and cultivation ot , aid
huul , vi/ : Hiram Thrailkill , Ctiathani li. i'lnl-
lips , LniL-isoii h. coieman and J > iiuitruV. . \ an
Horn , all 01 . .ncCookeb. .
M G. L. LAWS , Register.
LA.SD OI-KICE AT Me OOK. NEU. ,
January "d , Ibe5. f
Notice is hereby given that the lollowing-
nanicd bottler has tiled notice of his intention
to make linal proof in support of his claim ,
and that paid proof will be maue before Regis
ter or Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Saturday ,
February 14th , IM5 , viz : Alfred Carter , D. S.
4.-i > , lor the botitheastquancr bection . ' , town
ship 1 , north ot range 'M west. He names the
following witne cs to prove hi * continuous
resilience upon , ami cultivation of. bind land ,
vi/ : John Modrell , John L'nzickcr , James C.
Cane and " . D. McClam , all of McCook. .Neb.
: f. . G. L. LAW * , Register.
LA.-CD CJFUCE AT MeCoim. NKB. ,
January tth ; , i5. i . f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
name t bettler has filed notice ot his intention
to make Ilnal prool in support of his eliim ,
und th.it said proof will be made before Regis
ter or Receiver at McCoolv , Net.on Saturday ,
r'ctu nary llth , IfcSi , viz : Otto E. Wagner , D.
.14 : ; , tor the southwest quarter of section 1 ,
ouii-tnp I norm , range r.i ive-t. i ; mimes
the lolloping witf.esses to prove hiscontinu-
nus ie. i'ience upon , anu cultivation of , said
land , \v. Jauies li. Fam uortli , Charles R.
arl , r-idney Dodgi- and F I * . Alien , ail of Mc-
LOOR.eo. . : - ' - G. L. LAUs , Register.
L VM > OrKlCB AT MCCUOK. NhM. ,
Deecmiier : ; ist. IN > J. *
Notice is heieby given tliat the followii-
iiamed settler ltu > - th < d auticv of his intention jf
o n.aKe Iniii : prool in bupport ol his ciaiiu ,
nut tn.it sti < J prtiol v.ili t j iitade belore Regis
ter or Keceiver at McCook. Neb'.on catunluy ,
r'eiiru.iry .in. it > , viLeouanl li. Miles , D.
- . iiii. lor the noithea > r ijiiarterot fection-lf ,
owiibhii ; t north , ruii e M west. And Jona
than . l\i : kuKiu. who made Homestead Entry
If-J. tJL-eeiii.ieri-.th. i -.t. i notitieti to appear
n sad tne and juace and siiow cause why his
{ nd ri.iiiiv.-M.ead r.'iiry stidulii nor t > e heid tor
Mt.celiuuon. He nann- > the ftiiioxung wit-
iesssto prove in-coniit.uou.s re-idence upon ,
tuu iiilivio : > oi.b.iai iai.il.viW.liaun M.
ru in. t-umiel Hn u n. Liav.d liryan and Frank
I'nre. all ol C-LIKJK , Neb.
"i. G L. LAWS , Register.
L ; M Oi-rict : AT McCooK. NKB. , i
I'tf'-i'inJ.cr A th. l-a4. f
Notice is hereby given that the lollouing-
luii.eii ettn r iiah nied noitce of his intention
n miiKu i.i..l pro-.f -.uiijtort oi his claim ,
tin ; I lull . ! pn.ol ' ill lie made belore Reg-
s i-r u leii.friit Mcuook. Ne.ron Friday ,
i-riiiiry > ih . . - - . " . . -tz : Herman lierinlt. 1) .
f. sr i uth -i > i Mie t nuitrteroi section it' ,
o'n bip 1 ni-i rutige n west. He names
h > - ! ' > . ' .tv. . ingittievJ - to prove his continu-
.u r.-sid'-n. c neon , and cultivation o : " . Saul
* n-l. v : tu- : * ' . K lwt ergr , icufus Gfr-
v. : . - r r ( .t-r.er and C Mii.tli. all of Mc-
< x.k. Not. : . L. LAWslCcgi. . ter.
1 r nun i nioiiej tjai. at
f'V 2 1 " 'i ' " ' a ru'"jr fur Tlie tle t * t''la lunik oat.
IUslin 'ti < mcwnl cnimUy. Xoi e fall.
fne. HALLE T I > OOK CO. , Portland , Maine.

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