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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 August 1903

NO POPEJS YET TWO BALLOT8 TAKEN WITHOUT DECISIVE RESULTS. FUTURE APPEARS UNCERTAIN Conclusion That Strength of the Lead ing Candidate Remains Unbroken A Large Crowd Packs St. Peter's Square. HOME. No successor to Popo Leo XIII has yot boon chosen. From tho smoko that has Issued from tho chimney on tho Slstlno chapel a vnst niultltudo gathored around St. Pctor'B learned that tho second day of tho conclavo had been frultloss. Tho con clusion is drawn that tho strength of tho loading candldato remains un broken and that no compromlso can dldato has yet appeared, and there Is no Indication of how long this condi tion of affairs will continue Tho pro longation of tho contest has aroused tremendous public Interest, If Indcod, It cannot be called excitement. Every traco of that apathy which followed tho death of tho lata popo has van ished and Instead there now exists a burning Interest In everything portaln lng to tho oloctlon of his successor. This culminated Sunday night In tho nppcaran...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 August 1903

T ' ' I j TROUT ON A SPREE I ' '. Y I ijeaaaael '. .row tv & .A. i jDOM'T FORGET Don't forget when you order starch to get the best. Get DEFIANCE. No more "yellow" looking clothes no more cracking or breaking. Ifr 'doesn't, stick to the iron. It gives satis- faction or you get your money back. The cost is 10 cents for i6 ounces of tne best starch made. Of other starches you get but 13 ounces. Now, don't forget. It's at your grocers. ruNGPACTURED BY THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO., OMAHA, NEB. John Pronklln, a saloonkeeper nt Oyster Bny, Now York, has a big tank cooled by water from a well 1GG feet deep. In It he keeps his beer In kegs and also a colony of twenty seven big brook trout thnt usad to swim In Mill Neck creek boforo they were brought to the saloon. Recently tho bartender at Pronto Hn's saloon dumped four now quarter kegs into tho pool. Thut was at 7 o'clock. An hour later, Just as Pronk lln stnrted to work tho beer pump, something slapped up against tho in sldo of tho door le...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 August 1903

FIRST DIG GALA DAY OF THE SEASON. Morris & Rowo's Big Shows at Alli ance August 13. What promises to be one of the 1ik events of the season is the forthcoming visit to this city of Morris s Howe's Big Shows. Hejorui question there In not an amusement institution in America that has such ahold on the public's favor as these big moral shows. Tlicrisool this great enterprise is phenomenal, It is now the largest and best. The past season was a Tecord breaker. In Sanl;rancisco, Port land. Seattle, Salt Lake, Denver, Kansns City, Dublin, Chicago, New York and Now Orleans hundreds were turned away at every performance and Its tour was one continuous ovation. The press and public were unanimous in declaring it to be the brightest and best show of its kind in ex istence and it made an undying name' lor itself and its hustling progenitors The career of Norn's & Howe illustrates the typical thrift, integrity of purpose, ingen uity of representative western men Their success has nearly ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 August 1903

UNCOLK NED s. r f The AlliaIcb 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 14, 1803, NUMBER 34 i- It $ fr & I 1 I t 1 I P RANCHHEN AND H A Y E R ' S GROCERIES at the lowest price. See us before you buy. Water Melons on Tap. Alliance Grocery. Co. , rfc. KREAMER, 2 In Alliance 16-30 of every month. J Office over The Famous . . . 'Phone 391. The electors of the People's Independ ent party held a convention Tuesday to select delgates to attend the state and ju dicial conventions. The following per sons were elected, viz: State J. W. Baumgardner, Orville Owens, Clark Olds. J.W. Christy. Judicial R. H. West, Chris Hansen, A. C. Johnson, Ira Reed. At the democratic county convention held at the court house Tuesday to select delegates to the state and judicial conven conventions the following persons were elected: State H. H. Funk, F. McCoy, W. S. Ridgell, T. J. O'Keefe...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 August 1903

HI PIUS ISJPWDED TREMENDOUS CROWD FLOCK8 TO ST PETER'8. RUSHING, CRUSHING POPULACE Humanity Makes a Great Struggle to Qet Through the Cathedral Doors Ringing of Many Bells Announces Their Opening. HOME Popo Plus X was crowned Sunday In the bnslllca of St. Potor's In tho prosonco of tho princes and high dlgnltarlcB of tho church, tho dlplo nmt and Roman nobles and with nil tho Rolcmnlty and splendor associated with thin, the most magnificent rlto In tho Roman Catholic church. An Cardinal Macchl, the dean of tho cardinal deacons, placed tho triple crown on the head of tho vonernblo pontiff, tho throng of 70,000 persons (fathered within the cnthodral burst into unrestrained acclamations, tho choir Intoned a hymn of triumph and tho bolls of Rome rang out a joyful leal. It Is fifty-seven years slnco tho Ro mans and Europe assisted at such a fuuctlon as that hold at St. Peter'B Sunday. The great basilica, popular ly supposed never to have been quite full, was overflowing with humanity. Th...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 August 1903

CRirrcn roR eight months. doAn's kidney ruts MRS. P. CONLIN. CARDOMDALE. PA. ROBBED OF A FORTUNE IN GEMS U..S.. SENATOR ,FR0M SOUTH CAROLINA Recommends Pe-ru-na For Dyspepsia and Stomach Trouble. Kn. P. Coolln, 83 Green field Avcnu. C&rbondMe, .. Mvt : I suffered with backache, and, despite tho nse of medicines, I could not ret rid of It. I tea comptUed Jo ute a crutch for tight montht, and a part of tho tlma was unable to walk at IL 1 fairly screamed if I attempted to lift my feet Jrora the floor, and, finally, I lost control of my limbs through weakness, as I could neither bend nor straighten up to my full helcht, and If e era woman was In a serious condition, I was. Mj" litis band went to Kelly's draft ttoro and broucht homo a box of Uoan's Vills. I felt easier In a few days, and, Continuing the treatment, 1 V- was oon able to walk. At the end of two weeks the r In In my loins left. When had completed the treat ment, i had not an acho nor a pain, and I have been la that condi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 August 1903

T C(V-. Ts the Teclwr 4hmI Schl Officers ef Wertern Nebraska, 'Resolution adopted by the saprinUndent of Box Butte, Ban ner, Dawes, Clioyenno, Kimball, Sheridan, Scotts Bluffs, Slbut, Grant and Hooker counties in session at the Junior Normal Institute in Alliance, Neb., August xo, 1903, aa'followa: ' . - In order to maintain a high standard 01 qualification and pro fcnsional ability among our teachers we, the superintendents of the above mentioned counties, resolve: That in compliance with the recommendation of State Superin tendent Fowler, we will maintain a reasonable standard of qualification and refuse to issue certificates to those who fall below such standard merely to supply the demand for teachers, That there will be iv transfer of grades below 90 per cent, except for those who have done satisfactory work for at least eight weeks in an accredited normal within the year. That we believe that no one shouldbegtn teaching without first having had at leant eight weeks of normal t...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 August 1903

V & r- s ! A t i 1 JS& jra 1 t A- 4&; ; & . 4" Gbe Derail PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. By T. J. O'KEEFE. Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, , for transmission through the wails, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATESr -Display, per single column inch per moDin ;.;. ,,. Business locals, per line first insertion Each subsequent insertion, per line .50 .10 .05 ; W Tnx Hmald 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 State Convc.tlon. The democrats of Nebraska are hereby called to met't In convention at Columbus, Neb. Tuesday, Auguit 35, 13, at 8 o'clock p. ni. f.r the purpose of placing In uumtnatlon candidates for the following nfflces, to be voted funitthe-gcneral'eli'ctlon, to be held In the state of Nebraska, Novembers, 1KB. One Judgu of the supreme court. Two reKentsef the Ntute university: and to trunsactsuch other business as ni...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 August 1903

m P THE ALUANQE HERALD i T. J. O'Reefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEDRA8KA. a.x-:..h:x:m-h:mX"W":'-j 5 BHItr TELEGRAMS. 4MjMHn"HnfMiHMH"!"!'4"! Ex-Governor Darcclon of Lowtaton, Me., although 90 years old, continue to practice mcdlclno and makes long journeys, , Tho plcasuro yacht Florotlora wat struck by lightning off tho w;harf nl rolnf Clear on Mobile bay, killing throo'inon." r i ' Senor Corca, who has Just arrived in London, tells tho Associated Presi that ho will rotu toiSVasltington it Uio autumn. At St. Paul, Minn., Archbishop Ire land received from Cardinal Qlbbom In Homo thlo jmesBago: 'Th,o pop is n man of tod." Lord Harrington, who has just cclo bratcd his C9th birthday, Is one of the most fearless riders in England and a flrst-rato sportsman. There are moro wrecks In tho Bal tic sea than in any other place In the wbrld. Tho averago" is oriV wreck a day throughout tho year. Tho proposal to establish a public park In or near Honolulu as a memo rial to tho lato President McKlnl...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 August 1903

y fe y i& . J. fe f The Two By W. CLARK Copyrlrtit. 1897, by P. F. Collier. CHAPTER VI Continued. Popo Instantly saw how it -wasa common-plnco troublesomo collision; and ho delivered these orders In a voice that rang llko the notes of a bugle through the brig! "Orlndal, tako some hands and se cure that follow by his glbboom. Leavo play in the seizing for the heave of the swell. Let go the t'gallant hal yards. Man foro and main clow gar nets. Starboard foro and malnbraces. Sweat the yards foro and aft, some hands, out of the road. Whero's Mr. Crystal?" "Here, sir," Bhouted the mate, who liad followed Uio captain on deck with in a few moments. "Mr. Crystal, get an arms-chest up tind Berve out cutlasses and firearms. I mean to board that fellow. He's l)een sent to provision us." The arms-chests had been stowed away very conveniently to hand, as may be supposed, In a little division In tho afterhold called the lazarette, gained by a small hatch in the cabin deck. Thither Crystal and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 August 1903

WPW5 Zif I -T JUm iftMh I ft? 111' i People lBdrBdnt Jadlelal Convention for tb Fifteenth Jadlelal DUtrict. Th lcctnr f lliv IVople Independent iiaxvif tliMl'irtiimth Judicial ULtrletuf tihr bnuikk, lire hereby nollHcd ihm onTwdfty. the IMh, dy of aurmW A. 1) , 1G. t ten ,sl.-ir o n nnmliiktlnff iVMITrntlorl of Miltl w-aw.. . .... - ..........--.- ----- ------.---.--.- (Ill t) tifld in lliu our 01 vnieniim.-, rry M.ftiMbi fi.p Ihn nllf tKmt It rildau-M for Uio followW ..met to Ins nrteU 4ebnliii, fr tho purpose of iiomlnallntfiun- ki f Iim itirnl likctiiiii or IIM:!. Two catiuldtv fur JmIkw of tbu fltlwntU Judicial dlNtrlrk , ., Pl) convention la aUo culled for the pr DoneofelectlnBcimiinllteof ulrt putty for the fltiecnlh judicial dlctt let and for the truna actloo of Mich oiIim lmlnw a may properly Ma? before Ik The l.l of reprj-wntailon la an follows i One deltfcutu for cunh one hun dred "rote or major fraction cunt for the Hon orable W, ll.'JliutnpKon for Uoveriior at the rentra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 August 1903

r.N Nn The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County, Largest Clrcu-) latlon of any Al liance Paper, VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, AUGUST 28,' 1903. NUMBER 30 ; ' $s: I c i . y feti RANCH IT EN A 'N D HAVER'S GROCERIES at the lowest price. rcsasa See us before you buy. Water Melons on Tap. iancc Grocery Co. XK. KREAMER, o 5 In Alliance 16-30 of every month, Office over The Famous 'Phone 391. 9 9e0eee9a0coe Death of Nellie Crofoot. A most pathetic incident was that of the death of Nellie Crofoot. an inmate of Georgie Palmer's resort.Thursday night of last week, as the result of blood poisoning. The funeral was held Saturday evening at the M. H. church, Rev. Horn, pastor, performing the last sad rites. A beautiful casket contained the remains ol the poor girt and a profusion of flowers indicated that she was not void of friends who must have been attached to her through some kindly personality. The remains of the deceased were laid to rest...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 August 1903

GREAT MAN GONE PEATH WINS THE STRUGGLE AT HATFIELD HOU8E. LORD SALISBURYJS HO MORE End Cornea Peacefully to Former British. Premier Unconscious to the Last Member of Family Gath ered at Hatfield House. LONDON. Lord Salisbury died poacoully at 0:05 Saturday night. During tho past fdrty-olght hours tho enA was seen to he Inevitable, tho great frame of England's ox-prcmlcr being sustained only by tho constant tine of oxygen, which at last became Ineffectual. The village of Hatfield, which still rolalns many features of tho feudal porlod, was ftUod'wlth nnxlous real dents awaiting mo news of his lord uhlp's domlso. Tho great Hatfield house, hidden behind tho screen of plno trees, was lighted at every win dow, and gavo no Blgn of tho ap proaching fatality. Groups of watch ors clustered under tho Elzabothau nrch and of tho lodge gates anxious ly Questioning each latest passer from Hatfield house. Finally tho news camo, whon n hat loss servant ruBhed down tho grav eled roadway saying as ho...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 August 1903

ff" WPMfcC3 J a-k w. iKt i "t FREE PROOF FORBIDS DOUBT. Oitxi, Tx.. Anitnit 3, 1903." I rf elred yonr impl of Toan's KMner rillt ami since litre taken two txnes. and I cn truthfully say that thej are as srood as tbey ere recoinmen Jed to bo. When I begun taklnc uiem I could not bend DirbacKcnoUEti to pick up a Mick of wood sometimes rould not wlk or mote mr feet bad two doctor but did not get relief. I iw jrnurad. nd cot atrial box nd hare taken two besides and I am able to do a Terr bird dir'a work. Doan'a Kidney rills are a Godsend to humanltr." Urs. Klla A. JUttuok, Oainej, i'a,, Box If 6. The treat fame of Bonn's Kidney rill la won by the wondrona power of ttie free trial to demonstrate surprising merit. rjDoani; lJffi l fill "t-nict. it cunt. . ITS. (AIM TO. Aching1 baeki are eased, nip, back and loin palm orereome. Bwelllnir of the Ilmbr, drops? sIstis, and rbenmatlo pains vanish. Tbey correct urine with brick dutt icdlment, high colored, pain In passing, drtbbllnc, frequency,...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 August 1903

.r...r r , .V .,..., ... AROUND THE WORLD A Camel Trip to Petrified Forest Vicissitudes of Sahara TravelingThe Sphinx as the Father of Terror More Ancient than Chronology. Caiko, Egypt, Feb. 20, 1903. Thebes, where arts your hundred Kates, horscnieu and cars mentioned by the poet? What caused you to lose your grasp upon a thousand states, which Homer suggests were once yours? Let the poet of the Greeks speak: "Not till proud Thebes unrivaled walls contain v Tho world's nrat umpro.11 on tlio Kgyptlnn plain That prcads liar conquests o'er 11 thousand states, Andiwurn Jut heroes through 11 hundred Knto$, Two hundred horsemen, mid two hundred enw, From each wldoixirtnl IssulnK lotho-warp." Tho grandeur and splendor once evinced by proud, unrivaled Thebes, so entrancing to Homer that it indcl libly frescoed itself upon his mind, has flown and in its departure has left wreck, ruin, decay and almost total an. nihilation as vestiges of its former greatness. "Tho I.ord'of Hosts, the God of I...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 August 1903

& k $' C f v- Zhe Iberalb, PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. By T. J. OKEEFE. Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month , 50 Business locals, per line first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. O Tim Herald is the Official Publica tion of Box Butto county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Democratic Statu Convention. The democrat! of Nubrnskii uro hereby culled to meet In cuiivmitltm Ht Uolumlnw, Neb.' Tuesday, August , 1103, at 8 o'clock p. in. for-tlic purpose uf pluelng In iiomliiutlon candidates for the following olllces, to be voted for at tlio Ronurul cleetlnn, to lio hold In tho stulo of Nebraska, November 3, 100.1. Ono Jud;ro of the supreme court. Two regents of thestato university: uud to transact Mich other business as may cunio be ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 August 1903

6 r h THE ALLIANCE HERALD T, J. O'Keefe, Publlcher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. BRltf TELEGRAMS. Tho czar and czarina havo left fit, Petersburg to attend tho army manuo verB iu the vicinity of tho town of Pskoff, 102 miles away, A British expedition has been sent to explore Hudson Bay for tho pur poso of determining whether a new grain routo Is practicable. Tho mooting of Senator Hanna and cx-Prcsldent Cleveland on 'tho same platform will bo tho greatest event of tho year In tho heavyweight class. Tho secrotary of tho treasury has awarded the contract for gan fixtures for Jho public building at Choyonnc, Wyo., to Cassldy. & Son of Now York at $2,707. W. L. Pottlt for many years assist ant cashier of tho First National bank at Fort Wayne, Ind., shot and killed himself. Ill health Is believed to hard been the cause. Tho amended hill of tho state of Kansas against Colorado to restrain the latter stato in tho uso of tho Arkansas river for Irrigation purposes was fllod In tho United States s...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 August 1903

rT 7$ ffV rV c. Vv y The Two By W." CLARK Copyright. 1877. by P. F. Collier. CHAPTER IX. The Bellona. The pleasure craft Pope had board ed was by no means a rich one. Her namo was tho Bellona; sho was from Tercelra; the countess and two nieces had been left to wintor among the oranges and Bweot winds of an Is land. The Earl had several occasions to go home; ono was a parliamentary need, and lo! behold his lordship's stately -figure in tho thick of his das tardly crew, being rowed away by pi rates to a little armed brig, while tho two captains sacked his vessel. But they found very little. Tho hairy scoundrels grew wanton in dis appointment and roared out blasphe mies as they smashed the mirrors and dpped through the cushions with their nutlasses. It was almost dark when they had secured tho available plunder, imong which was a considerable store of provisions, fine wine, brandies, and thampagne, and a small quantity of live stock, chiefly poultry. The booty was taken on board tho br...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 August 1903

Stock and Stockmen. Nehrnskn Slock (Jrowcr'rt A6clntloii. (IneorK rated.) A. M. Modlsctt. prvsMvnt, Itnslnllloi H. M. Hampton,' vlco-prcsltlont, Alllnncct K. M. rJoarlo Jr.. hecrctury-truiisurur, Oiciiiilln. . Kxecutlve eummltte-K. P. Mycin, Lena; K. It. Klnenld. IHnghumi John Ilrcnimn, Alliance. I. It. VnnDosklrk. Alliance! K. K. Lowe, Hjiiunlfii Julin M. Adnm, I'otturi It. M. Allen. Ames's It. LUeo, Lodgoptdo; Kvcrt Kid red, Orliindo; li. 0. Ilnrrl, ('hadroni I. W. Illckelt, Klmballl Hubert Oniliutn, Al Hance; John Conway, Dunning! .1. H. Oook, A pat o; A. S. Hoed, Alliance. T. .1. 1).)VI, Alliance, Nob. 3 5 connected, any place on left Ride, Itungo on ..head of Pino .Creok, Hherluan :ounty. MIMLKK .less, Neb &. TULLY, Htook branded ns suown on cut on cither uldo. Also.J-O on fltli- er Hldo. ToWhsliln W and range 43, schill nitos., Schlll, Nob. Cattle branded on right thigh or X on right side. . Township 20, rnugo 43,PlijrI(lan county. WM. O'MAItA, Moomnw, Neb. Cattlo branded ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 August 1903

i I Stock and Stockmen. Nebraska Stock OroMcr'rt Association. (Incorporated.) A. M. ModNott, president, Itiiohtlllo) It. M. Hampton,' vli-presldcitt. Alllanctu M. fiearlG Jr..secrotnrr-troniturur, Ogahilln. KxecutlTO commltte E. P. Myers, Leant It. 11. Klncaltl, Hlughums John Ilrennaii, Alliance;.!. It. ViinDothlrk, Allhiiieo; K. I. Lowe, HjnunU; Jolin M. Adams, t'otteri It. M. Allen. Amos; 11. Llsco. Lodgopoloi Evert Kltlred. Orlando; B. O. Hurrl, rhadron; I. W. Illckelt," KlmWU; llobert (Irnhaoi, Al liance; John Conway. Dunning; .'. "H. OooU, Agate; A-S. I tend, Alliance. IMWI), Alliance, Nob. 3 5 connected, any pluco on left side Rango on head of IMne .Crook, Sheridan ounty. MQSLER & TULLY, Jess, Neb Stock branded as shown on cut on uithor side. AlsoJ-O on eith er Hide. Township 20; and range 43. sniiLii mtos., Schlll, Neb. Caltlu branded on right thigh or X on right Mde. . Township 20) rango 43,Pherltlan county. VM Moomuw, Nob. Cnttlu branded Out hollo cross on O'MAKA, right...

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