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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 July 1903

y THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publliher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. I BRIEF TELEGRAMS. Savings doposltB In Chicago banks havo passed tbo $100,000,000 mark. In the past year they havo Increased more than $22,000,009. president Stryke of Hamilton col lege, announces that among his re cent donations to tho collego was $100,000 from- Andrew Carnegie. Upon tho departure of Amcrlca'8 European squadron from' England, about tho mlddlo of July, It will pro ceed to Lisbon for a friendly call at that port. Tho watermelon crop of Kansas will bo exceedingly short this season. Watermelons are mostly raised along tho rivers and tho floods destroyed the crop. Former President Cleveland and his family left Prlncoton for Cray Gables, Buzzard's Day, where they will spend the summer. They will return to Princeton October 1. M. V. Savage, owner of Dan Patch and Directum, tho two famous horses recently purchased by him, refused an offer of $92,000 for tho two horses. W. W. Gentry made tho offer. Tho Crow...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 July 1903

KtJ, h Si yc Mfl-f' K flff tttf r 7 k The Two Captains By W. CLARK RUSSELL. Cooyritht. 1SM7. tT P. F. Collier. Copyright, 1897. bj Dodd, Mead & Co. CHAPTER I. Pope and Crystal. It was ono Tuesday In tho city of London, In tho early part of tho last century, arid tho largo dining-room of tho Mitre tavorn was full of hungry men Bitting in boxes and giving hoarso notes to their wants. Tho beet-pot foamed at their elbows as they ato with a will. They boro tho true aspect of tho children of tho deep; you would bavo known them when they hove In sight a mile off by their clothes and cut. Jenkinson went about nodding to this man and to that, calling deep pitched answers In response to friend ly greetings. Ho stopped at a box at whose table sat ono figure only. This was a cantain In tho morchant sorvlco named Pope, r, fine, tall man of very noble build. Ho had a merry eyo with Domething careless and cruel in its glance and light; an Irish eye bluo and arch. But to-day the face that over ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 July 1903

AROUND THE WORLD, Bombay, India, Jan. 31, 1903, My Indian tour as fust planned em braced 3,000 itillbB, but I llAVe kept adding to it until llio nctunl distance covorcd by train nRRrogtite1,348o uillos, a distance if applied to America would reach not only front New York to Sun Francisco but would also extend to a point farther out in tlio Pacific ocann than the fastest ocean greyhound could reach in a day's travel. I entered India thrao waek ago at its southermosl port, droMad according to the ciiRloinequtttorinl citios and traveled so far northward that I was compelled to do ft-hat I had ncvar douo beforc-'-drafl into use tVo suits of heavy underclothing and a "Forst King" chamois vest besides a light suit of underwear and the heaviest suit of clhtlrcs that I had' ever worn togethor with n heavy overcoat and three pairs of stockings', and still I shivered with the biting cold that seemed to sweep down from the eternal snows of the Himalayas, One can scarcely im agine the extent of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 July 1903

u h "sj- Commissioners Proceedings. Alliance Nun., June 18, 1903. Hoard of equalization met pursuant to adjournment at 1 o'clock p. 111. Of ficers and mcnibore ptoseiit same as on previous day. Upon complaint of V. C. Phillips alleging that lot 11, county addition, was assossed too low; also alleging that lot 1, hlock 7, original town, was as sessed to low; also alleging that lot 2, block 7, original town, was rasessed too low; and upon complaint of George li. Zimmerman alleging that the house hold and office furniture of A. l Brown, First ward, was assossed too low; also that household and office furniture of Fred L. Hoyt, Fit st Ward, was assessed too low; also that house hold and office furniture of Oivillc Owen was assessed too low; it is or dered by the board that notice of com plaints be given to these several par ties, citing them to appear before the board J une 19, at 10 o'clock a. 111. and show cause why samu should sland as orriginally assessed by the several as sessors. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 July 1903

POPE IS PASSING DOCTORS ON WATCH BY THE DYINQ PONTIFF. HIS DAYS SEEM NUMBERED Last Sacrament Administered to Him and He Has Given Directions Con cernlng His Wishes Is Being Kept Alive By Stimulants. ROME. "God'B will bo (lono. Who would have believed It, when only ten days ago 1 was presiding over a. public constotory?" murmured feebly Pope Leo ns ho felt himself lato Sun-' day evening sinking Into a deop sleep, which lasted about thrco hours until excruciating pain brought the dying pontiff back to consciousness. Ho groaned and complained of pains on both sides of the thorax. Tenderly Dr. Lapponnl, assisted by Popo Leo's valet, Plo Contra, and the physician's second assistant, lifted his form and, changing the position, auccoe'ded In giving the patient somo relief. Though hoycring on the brink of death," tho life of the pontiff Is pro longed by means of strong stimulants and concentrated nourishment and while he Is still atlvo his wonderful vitality may again resist and conquer the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 July 1903

h rLet this Coupon be your Messenger of Deliver ance from Kidney, Bladder, and Urinary Troubles, It's the people who tloubt nnil uecoino cured whUo they doubt wlio Eralso Uoan'i 1'Uls tho Iglieit, Aching backs aro eased. Hip, buck, ami loin pains orercome. Swelling of tho limbs and dropsy signs vanish. They correct urine with brick diiRt sediment, high colored, rln In passing, dribbling, frequency, bnd wetting. Dean's Kidney tills remoTe calculi and gratel. Relieve heart palpitation, "y sleeplessness, headache, v "jfr- nervousness, dizziness. X TlYLORSVILLK, Miss. "I tried eTorythlng for a weak back and cot no relief until I uaed Doar?s nila." J. K. Lrwia. i Sfe XtAimri tmrnmna NAME P.O.- 8TATr. For free trUl bot, mall thU crnipon lo rmter-Ulltmm Oa. llufT&lo. N. Y. If abors tpw In lraufllcient, writ addmu on atp. rmtetllp. GET' AGRASP ON OUR TRADE MARK) GET TO KNOW IT WHEN YOU SEE IT ANT THFN NEVER 'BUY STARCH WITHOUT IT.1 DEFIANCE STARCH IS WITHOUT EQUAL IT IS GOOD. tT'IS BETT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 10 July 1903

ftbe .Iberalo PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. Hv T. J. O'KKEFK. Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, (or transmission through the inatis, as secona-ciAM matter. ADVERTISING RATES Display, per single column Inch per month.... ,..,, .50 Dullness locals, per line first Insertion .10 Each subsequent Insertion, per lino o$ Legal notices at statute rates ; ST The IIbralu is the Official Publica tion of Box Hutto county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, Si. 50 per year in advance. HEM1NGFORD. IKelth Ij. I'lcrco N fully riuttiurlrcd to m ilcltut)erI)tloiis nun joti work mid ml lee t and receipt for same, uml transact all other business in Connection with hW position us an accredited repiCMintull vo of tlilx paper. Carried over from last wcoW, Uecrlnjr thowcra at Wll,lY. lJcforeyou buy your machine oil cull it Funk's phnrmacy. Ho has some thing tlmt will fiurprtso you In the way of prices. A little girl of James IiucUoy's is quite ill with m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 July 1903

W J ytt&yz "$" ,.- , ', r- Tiv',TEwiffr? ?:ff' The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1903, NUMBER 32 -c 0 A ,- K v J r RANCH -HEN AND H A Y E R ' S GROCERIES at the lowest price. See us before you buy. Water Melons on Tap. IR. ICRI&tVMilQXC, Iu Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . .. . 'Phone 391, e e n Phone 301. a O ooseeaecaoeaeoosvecaeeea TAKE NOTICE. The public is hereby warned that all persons are forbidden to go near the hos pital of detention without first obtaining permission of the authorities. Anyone violating the quarantine regulations will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law Louis Bukciisknstkin, Mayor. J. C. Shreve and J..C. Carson have filed an application for a license to conduct a saloon in Hemingford. E. J. Reeves, living four miles north of town, estimates his loss from hail Tuesday at about S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 July 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, PublUher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. BRIEF TELEGRAMS. J Tlio lynchlngs for tbo first half of 1903 number 48. Tlio Irish land bill pasHcd its third' rending In tho commons by 317 to 20. Albert C Forguson of Ottawa, Kan., has been appointed farmer at tho Qrnnd River Indian school, North Da kota. Tho first Hfo InBuranco company was started In London In 1698 and anolhor In 1700. Neither was sue ccssful. Dalloonlsts who ascended nbout 10, 000 lcet In Europo tho other day found a temperature of 27 degrees be low zero. Anonymous remittances amounting to $3G,8G8 wcro sent to tho consclcnco fund of tho United Statos during tho flBcal year. For the first tlmo In thirty years at tho navy yard In Boston thcro was a launching, tho craft being tho now U. S. navy tug Pontucket It Is probable tho western railroads will accept tho form of clorgy permit which Is now in uso on tho lines of tho Central Passongor association. Tho socrctary of war has directed that all officer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 July 1903

& Wr fM '"r ' t v. 1 ! V 4? r The Two By W. CLARK RUSSELL. Copyrfcbt. 1897, by P. F. Collier. CHAPTER IV Continued. "Northen." "Sloop In sight?" "Right ahead, sir, almost within hall." "Is Captain Crystal showing him self?" j "I bco him in the hows o the Bloop (-waiting for us." I Popo lifted his head, and a nilnuto ilater the llttlo fabric was alongside, jtho hull ot tho sloop putting hoc out "of Bight of land. Tho bundles were handed up; tho men sprang aboard fitter them. "Lively my hearts!" shouted Pope, 'and mako sail." Ho sprang to tho tiller, and Crystnl jput his weight with tho others, upon fthroat, peak and other halyards. The great sloping sail fluttered languidly then rounded silent as the big jib jboro tho llttlo vessel's head off. They iwere under way and tho ripple from tho stem glanced llko a ncedlo into tho wake. Tho Downs now lay plain, but very (distant. But ono largo blue shadow loomed formidably tho Ramlllles jand" as Popo looked a puff of whlto smoke, tiny In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 July 1903

t . Normol School Notes. On August 3, under Iho nuspiccs of ! innirti- nflrtnal. the famous Bixby Gregg debate will be given tbo opcrA bouse. This debate promises Bomo rare fun as woll as being something that lntty people will wish to licar. Go U hear whether the man or the Wy produces the best argument. Tickets on sale at HolstcnV, general admission, 25c; reserved scats 35c . Govornor Mickey will lecture in UiO opera houso Wednesday, August 5. Everybody will want to hear tbo gov, cnior of the ritato, so procure your tickets early. Guuorul tulinlstioii, 25c; reserved seats 35c. Utlln Delia Holsten walked proudly into tbo modol scliool with her 'brother . Hernard Inst Monday. Delia was a well behaved visitor. Dr. Horn was with us in chapel last Friday morning, Kev. Howie, jr., Monday and Rev. J offers Wednesday. Mrs. C. Lotspcich, at one time mini' bcicd with Box Butto county's most successful teachers was an interested visitor in model school Tuesday. Her daughter lrma is enrolled t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 July 1903

V X I f , ? be Ifoeralb. PUBLISHED I'lUPAY?, By T. J. O'KEEFE. Entered at the postofiice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through thej mans, as seconu-ciass matter ADVERTISING KATES: Display, per single column inch per month 50 1 Business locals, per line first insertion .10 - Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. AST The Herald is the Official Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of 'any other Al 'liance paper. 'Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. .Democratic Judicial Coin cut Ion for the 1'lftccnth Judicial District. The electoJSof the Democratic party of the rlttceiith Judicial district of Ncbiasliti, are hereby notified that 011 Tuesday, the lfth of AiiKUst, A 1).. llWJ, at ten o'clock u. in. a noni iuntlnKConvciitlonof said party will lie held in the city of Valentine, Nebraska, for the purpose nf nominating candidate- for the fol Iowlnjj olliees to lto voted for- at the Kenenil election of 1103...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 July 1903

THE-POPES WILL ONLY A PORTION, HOWEVER, IQ MADE PUBLIC. THE PERSONAL ESTATE MATTER Further Progress with' Arrangements for the Conclave A Wall Being Built Around Apartments Where It Will Be Held. HOME Several thousand of tho faithful crowded St. Peter's Sunday to jiay trlbuto before tho sarcophagus -containing the remains of tho Into pon tiff, on which Is tho following simple inscription In glided letters: "Loo XIII, Pont Max." Mcanwhlo rcqulom masses contin ued in the chapel of the sacramont as well as in many other Roman churches. Tho will of Leo was read Sunday. While nominally leaving tho estate of Ca'plncto to his nephew, Ludavlco Pec ci, it really makes no change, as tho whole family property, amounting ap proximately to $120,000, had already Ijeen divided among tho three nephews, Count Camillo having already sold his share. The. congregation again on Sunday tnado further progress with tho ar rangements for tho conclavo. Cardinal Gibbons arrived today, but did not at tend tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 July 1903

FOR TWENTY YEARS MAJOR MARS r SUFFERED FROM CATARRH OF THE KIDNEYS. iff Qwidfwflawol DANGEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES Pe-ru-na Creatine a National Sensation In the Cure of Chronic Ailments of the Kidneys. Major T. H. Mars, of the First Wiscon sin Cavalry regiment, writes from 1425 Dunning street, Chicago, 111., the following letter: "For years I suffered with catarrh of the kidneys contracted In the army. Medicine did not help me any until a comrade who bad been helped by Pe runa advised me to try It. I bought some at once, and soon found blessed relief. I kept taking It four months, and am now well and strong and feel better than I have done for the past twenty years, thanks to Peruna." T. If. Mars. At the appearance of the first symptom of kidney trouble, Peruna should be taken. This remedy strikes at onco the very root of the disease. It at once relieves the catarrhal kidneys of the stagnant blood, Ercventing the escape of serum from the Iood. Peruna stimulates the kidneys to excrete fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 July 1903

k l AROUND THE WORLD Twelve Russian War-dogs on the Suez Canal. ' Cost of Navigating the Big Ditch. EGYPT'S QUARANTINE INSPECTION. Port Said, tho Thugs Paradise. Cairo, the City'of the Arabian Nights. Port Said, Egypt, Feb. io, 1903. Pharoah Ncciio undertook to build a canal from the Nile about 610 B. C. but it was a failure. Trajan wasinorc determined, his efforts being crowned with success. Doubtless he profiitcd by by Pharoah's niistnkofl. One thing is ure and that is that M. de Lf steps improved upon the ideas auvauced by both Pharoah and Trajan and scored a triumph which places him among the genius of the nineteenth century. His work was begun in 1S56 and completed November 16, 1869 utilizing thirteen years a number that forbodo ill to the enterprise, but in spite of that horrid thirteen, Suez stock is at a premium. We have just passed five Russian battleships and first-class cruicrs, sev en torpedo destroyers, all steaming for Chinese and Japanese waters it is sup posed. The B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 August 1903

The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME' X. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1903, NUMBER 33 K h V BSsfw- , f IS RANCH Tl EN AND . H A Y E R ' S GROCERIES at the lowest price. See us before you buy. Water Melons on Tap. Alliance 10 Grace u ry Co. 3D H INT ST X S 1? 2 m In Alliance 16-30 of every month. J Office over The Famous . . . 'Phone 301. eaeccsaeaceoees TARE NOTICCi The public Is iieHuy Warned that all persons are forbidden to go near the hos pital of detention without first obtaining permission of the authorities. Anyone violating the quarantine regulations will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law Louts Buechsenstein, Mayor. Cliinn Pictured. Saturday (tomorrow) night Rev. Dr. E. C. Horn will give an illustrated lecture on "China and Her People," at the M. E. church. All invited. Admission free. This entire set of pictures is owned by an east ern friend and is loaned ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 August 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. I BRIEF TELEGRAMS. Tho Colombia congress is discuss Ing tho creation of mints ami the question of tho adoption of tho gold standard. Postmaster General- Payno lias writ ten from Portland, Mo. saying that ho will resumo his official duties on Monday, August 2. Tho Bhnm battlo of MlBsourJ militia men at St. Joseph proved to bo the real thing, a dozen or moro men bo lng injured, somo seriously. Documents are reported to have been discovered In tho popo's apart ments slnco hln death which provo that his prlvato fortuno amounted to $17,000,000. Mrs. Loland Stanford is said to carry a larger nmount of Insuranco any other woman in tho world. Her policies amount to more than a mil lion dollars. Tho experiment In Imported Qhl neso labor by tho Gorman colony In German Samoa is not proving Bat Isfactoryi Tho planters nro having considerable trouble with tho coolies. An area of coal estimated to con tain 2CO,000,000 tons has been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 August 1903

Vv 1 , r Fhe Two By W. CLARK Copyright. 1897. by P. F. Collier. CHAPTER V. Continued. "Leo bow J" camo down the answer, panting, mado for tho crosstroos. When tho brig soared to tho height of tho white-headed sea, tho sail was "visible In tho glass. Pope looked and saw threo spires rocking solemnly. A full-rigged ship was sailing southwest hull down, and Captain Popo called to tho wheel: "Lot her go off a couple of points. "Weather braces, Mr. Crystal 1 wo'll tako a look at that gentlemen." Sail was trimmed; tho brig rushed "with each heave, roaring whlto Into tho green and freckled hollows. Sho 'left a path as brilliant aa sunshlno iastera, and Crystal, watching tho men jdrag upon tho braces, marveled to .himself that Popo should dream of do ling business In the English channel. I But the truth Is, Popo had como to J3ea 111 equipped In his lazaretto, by which I mean ho was very meanly ,'aupplled with stores. Fresh wator ho (had taken In In abundance but not Ivery much to eat for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 August 1903

AROUND THE WORLD Port Said, Eoypt, Fob. 20, 1903. Egypt lias a population of about 7,000,000 tho Krcator number of whom arc descendants of tho original inhnhit ants who Antedated the coming of Jacob (lsraul) several thousand years. Tho Normad Hedoiunis number about 300,060; Turks about 16,000; Greeks about 40,000; Italians about 18,000; French iO.ooo and iG.ooo English, Austrinns and Germans. Cotton is the chief article of export, though wheat and rice nro also Horns in the export list. Thorc are about 1,200 miles of railroad and canals rre everywhere among tho low lands along the Nile. It was a surprise to mo to note that tho Nile has only a very narrow strip of land on each side that can be cultivated. Tho icnmindcr is desert with the ex ception of a few small oases. I follow cd the Nile 730 miles south from Alex andria and am safe in asserting that below tho delta country, one can sec across the green belt from tho eastern sand dunes to tho western sand patched Saharas. This narr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 August 1903

Zhc Deralb. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. By T. J. O'KEEFE. Entered at the postoiTico at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the wails, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month .50 Business locals, per line first insertiou .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates, tST The Herald is the Ollicial Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, Si. 50 per year in advance. Democratic Judicial Convention for the Fifteenth Judicial District. ThoolerloJsof tliti Democratic party of the llfteeiith Judicial district of Nebraska, are hereby notl lied tlint on Tuesday, the 1Mb of August, A 1).. ittM, at tun o'clock a. m. n 110111 iimtlng convent lonof suiidpitrty will be held in tlio city of Valentine, Ncltrnska, for the tiurpose of nomliintlUK candidates for the fol lowing otlices to bo toted for at tlio general election of 1003. Two candidates for...

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