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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 February 1905

. Jfcrtf8fitnj. a4------.'. TIEE ALLIANCE HERALD W. S. RAKER, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEIlllASKA. i News in Brief Tiro dnntroyed ono ontiro block in tho business Bcction ot I'cabody, Kas., entailing a loss of 150.000. Naval bill, carrying an appropria tion of J100 070.079, has been brought beforo tho house. Rev Father Edwnfd S. Wolcb, who' died in Washington a fow weeks ago, Ijequoathed $ 100,000 to Boston col lego. Tho president has promised ex Judge John It. Thonins to visit Iuskrgoe next spring on his way to Texas. After twenty years of Bcrvlco as United States commissioner of la bor Carroll D. Wright has retired from that ofllco. W. U. ll'ddle, frolght trafllc man pger of tho Santa Fo railroad, has boen appointed third vice president of the Hock Island. Prof. Willis L. Moore, chief of tho Vnlted States weather bureau, has been elected president of tho nation ul geographic society. Itallroads have organized a power ful lobby at tho national capital in view of tho clamor vhlch has be...

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. — 9 February 1905

1 Y -45 rB A t WMm i - r- - rf W ' 1 Hi' ATALEOrmOJIVWWAR Copyright, 1S97, by V. Tennyson Jfceiy CHAPTER XVI. Continued. "Bravo!" cries Jack; "such sublime -rourago must always command my re spect. I am at your side, senor. If there are ladles to protect, every man here, I am sure, will do his duty." Jack undoubtedly meaiiB every word, although he dresses his lan guage In this bombastic manner In or der to match Hoblado, who, Impressed with the fact that his devotion to duty as a Spanish gentleman has borne fruit, eagerly reaches out his long thin hand. "Sir, I salute you. Such sentiments of lofty courage must always bind the hearts of bravo ineit la n common brotherhood. There are four of us nay, six to stand against the enemy. Wo will be a match for all they can bring against us." "Tho battle, or massacre, whichever It may be, still goes on," remarks Spencer, who thus enters Into the con versation for the first time. "Then let us bo making ready against a possible attack, for I am...

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. — 9 February 1905

hi fsmpHb PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. W.S. RAKER Publisher Knteml at the nostollicc at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the malls, as 6cfcond-c!ass matter. C3T The Hrralo Is the Official Publica tion ot Box Butte county and Its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. " ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month . Buslnoss locals, per Hue first insertion Each subsequent insertion, per line Legal notices at statuto rates. .50 .10 .05 Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. A nrsNVKU parson says: hpll to politics." It's about thing in Denver. "I prefer the same Hakmony and advertising will build up u town, while dissontions and fac tionalism will tear it down. Which do you want to do? Ir the Missouri 'logiBlaturo dally much tengor over the election of a U. S. Senator, that state will be rips to emulate the example of Nebraska and elect a senator by tho people, or como as near it as the law will potniit. Formkr fusion candidnte Borgc has p...

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. — 9 February 1905

f f !.... ,f M. if' . ". V. y Time Table Alliance, Ncbr. DENVER, HELENA, BUTTE, LINCOLN, OMAHA, CHICAGO, ST. JOSEPH, KANSAS CITY, SALT LAKE CITY PORTLAND, SAN FRANCISCO, ST. LOUIS, and nil points cast uml nil points west and south. THAIN8 LKAVK AS roiiMmS, MOUNTAIN TIME: No. 41 TissciiRor tlnlly. DonilwtKxl. rilllltiRS nil points north tinil west 12:33 n.ni. Jto 42 Passenger dully, Lincoln. Umnlin, Chicago nnd nil lioluts oast 2:13a.m. Ao. 301 ravseiiKer dally, for Donvor OKdcn.Milt Jjike, Son I'mii Cisco and nil tnterinctliato points, departs at 2:15 ti. in. Ao. 303 russtmcer dally from Dunvur nnd nil intcraiedlatu points arrives at 10:4a.ra. No. 305I)utly, excen Sunday, for points south and nest, de parts lL':.'0a. in No. 300 Dally, oxcopt Sunday, from south and ust,!irrlvis 4:55 p. m. Stooping, dlnliitf unit ivellnliiK elinlr ears (Roalu freo) on throiiKli trains. Tickets sold nnd bairRiipi checked to any point lit the United States of Canada. For inforiiintlon. tlmo titbit"! and...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 February 1905

AMWHAjH4Mf -laiWfllWlW flfillOTSWR iWWWPfcteh -wr -r . - .Jt?!,- Bailie Creek nattta Creek! What uirmorlea that name conjure up monionen of oilier day oven the pioneer days, whun tho redmon of the northern Ink legion twnt tho bow nnd smeured Iholr faces with koHl braided their flowing locks with fonthcrs of tho iwrcuplno and .wjlfi eagle, that they might appear wore wild. If possible, than before. And nn l hey painted tho chooks nnd braided tho hair, tho squnw-womon sharpened the flint nrrow heads and shaped now bows, that their lords might do Itnttlo to tho death with other rod men. And here at Battle Creek, way up In Michigan, a front battlo one day' Old occur, and when It was over, and the Run kissed tho range to tho far west, tho tom-toms were muffled nnd Che qtinw-womoii wrapped their head In varl'colored blnnucts nnd wept, for with tho going down of tho bud, many braves passed to tho proverbial happy limiting grounds, But that was many, many moons ago, ns the Indians measure t...

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. — 9 February 1905

to T' JSf Women in Out Hospitals Appalling Increase in the Number of Operations Performed Each, YearHow Women May Avoid Them. uby Musbru Golnp through the hospltjxls in onrnes, slec-plossness, melancholy, "nil largtH'ltlps one isbiirpriMMltolltitlsiieh -oiio"auil "Ham to-twlt'lt-nlciiie'' feel a lurge proportion of the patients lying ings, tlie.x should remember there is one on those Miovv-vvliilu beds viiineii tried and true leinedy. and girls, who are cither awaiting. The fol. owing letters cannot fail to cr recovering from bcrious opera' bring hope to despairing women. ti0-vM , n.it i .1 t ' Mrs. Kiril.so.vdol, 41S N. 54th Street, W hy should this be the case? Sim- W,.bt Philadelphia, l'a , writes: plv because they have negleeted them-J .. ., ,,, .. solve. Ovnriuu and womb trouble DJ ,, rlm. eondUt.mvvl.en 1 arc certainly on the Increase among, rot ,, r,n.,(vlr. Hi.nl a smloii womb the women of this country they creep )Vi ovuriini trull. until could not currv a upon them unawares...

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. — 9 February 1905

' cj qw inn B!'Myl.IJ lPrii5S, kfltfgHWU .MARSLAND. Dr. Uelhvooil of Alliance was here Monday as medical examiner of appli cants for life Insurance. Mrs. L. Snow returned homo from Al liance Wednesday after a months visit in that city, Mrs. H. L. Richardson returned to Wyoming on Thursdny after a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Richey of this place. Henry Brundage came up from Mitch ell last Thursday. John Hickey came do-vn from the ranch Saturday hrinRing his daughter Miss Mary who began a term of school in Dist. 01 Monday, Miss Hickey is a be ginner in pedagogy having taught one term in this district and gave such good satisfaction that tho board employed her for a second torm. Mr. Getter, a lifo insurance agent was domiciled at tho Commercial all last week during tho savage weather. We hear that he was the getter of a few victims. 'Miss Laura Owen who has been acting in the capacity of night opej.itor at this dace for some time, was called to Alliance Sunday. A young man w...

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. — 16 February 1905

Stnto Historical Society Tai LINCOLN NEU ' Official Publication of Box Butte County Largest Circulation of any Alliance Paper ' . u VOLUME XII. NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, FEB, 16, 1905, NUMBER 9 11W ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, W ;,. . i w V ) ,- i THIS HANDSOME DECORATED mo PIECE DINNER SET GENUINE IMPORTED ENGLISH WARE FOES 12. SO If your family is small and a 50 or 25 piece dinner set will do. to accomo date you wc will break the sets and sell you any part thereof frcm one to a 100 pieces. PRESENTS ! PRESENTS ! Before buying call and sec our beau tiful line of Gift Goods. About the Furniture It always pays to look around befoie buying. That's all. LOCKWOODS x The Housefurnishers who sell every thing from kitchen to parlor on easy payments. The ladies auxiliaiy of the local Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, are out with unique invitations to a "Kaliko Bawl" to be given at Zbindcn's hall on Thursday evening, Feb. 23. It wilPnav vou to buy 'a bolt of calico asd fix up for the occasion. It pr...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 February 1905

I THE ALLIANCE HERALD W. 6. RAKER? Publisher. ALLIANCB, NBDItASKA Condition of armed pcaco prevails In Wnrsnw; discontent Is still smoul dering In Russia. Flro dstroyed ono entire block In the business Bcctlon of Po&body, Kan., cu tailing a loss of $50,000. Rev. Father Edward S. Welch, who died at Washington a few weeka ago, bctiueathcd $100,000 to Boston college. Miss Helon Gould oltorB a. generous reward to every man who stays In the navy Ilvo years without being tat-. toocd. The miners congress at Charlcrol, Frauce, by a largo majority, has do cldcd to declare a general etriko on Monday. i Governor Myron T. Hcrrlck of Ohio says ho has twlco declined tho am ' bassndorshlp to Italy becauso ho can not talk Italian. f Father Gopon, tho leader of tho workmen of SL Petersburg, In tho af fair of January 22, Is now known to bo In Switzerland, District Attorney Jcromo says that ho had begun a crusado against pool , rooms In Now York City and Intends to clo8o all of them. I Sanitary wo...

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. — 16 February 1905

'1 i3Nftrt"nsKir3 I 6' a THE ALLIANCE HERALD -- 1 I in Hiiti m l'V t'".' ' W. 8. RAKER" Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. News in Brief Condition of nrmed penco prevails In "Warsaw; discontent Is still smoul dering in Russia. Flro (Istroyed ono cntlro block In tho business Hcctlon of Poabody, Kan., en tailing a loss of ? 50,000. new Father Edward 8. Welch, who died at Washington a few weeks aga, bequeathed $100,000 to Boston college. Miss Helen Gould offers a. genorou3 reward to every man who stays In tho navy Hvo years without being tattooed. Tho miners' congress at Charlcrol, ' dltors being Mrs. Hoosovelt, Miss France, by a largo majority, has do- Allco Roosevelt, the president's sister, elded to dcclnro a general etriko on Mrs. Cowles; nml Mrs. Charles W. Monday. i Fairbanks, wife of tho vlco president- Governor Myron T. Hcrrick of Ohio elect, says ho has twlco declined tho am-' President Pro Tern Frye of tho sen bassadorshlp to Italy becauso ho can- ate, presided and delivered tho ...

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. — 16 February 1905

IV ACHED IN EVERY BONE. Chicago Society Woman, Who Was So Sick She Could Not Sleep or Eat, Cured by Dean's Kidney Pills. Marion Knight, of 33 N. Ashland avenue. Chicago, orator of the West SIdo Wednesday Club, saya: "This winter when I starved to use Doan's Kidney Pills I nohed In every bono and hail in- tense pains In the kidneys fand pelvic or gans. T h o urine w n b thick and cloudy, and I could barely ont nnniu'li In live. I felt a chance for tlm imtinr within a wool;. The second week I be pan eating heartily. '1 began to improve generally, and befdre seven weeks had passed I was well. I had spent hun dreds of dollars for medicine that did not help me, but ?C worth of Doan's Kidney Pills restored me to perfect liealth." ' et A TRIAL FREE. -Address Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo, M. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price, 50 cts. Not Appendicitis. A little lad whoso parents attend tho church of the Ascension being taken to the morning service for tho first time was grently impressed by a...

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. — 16 February 1905

T, i w ACHED IN EVCRY BONC. Chicago Society Woman, Who Was So Sick She Could Not Sleep or Eat, Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills. Marion Knight, of 33 N. Ashland avenue, Chicago, orator of the West SIdo Wednesday Club, saya: "TIks winter when I started to use Doan's Kidney Pills 1 ached In every bono and had in tense pains In the Kidneys and pelvic or gans. T h o iirlno was thick and cloudy, and I could barely en! rnmi1i In 3lve. I felt n ehnngo for the better within a week. The second week 1 be wail eating heartily. ! began to Improve generally, nnd before seven weeks had passed I was well. I had spent hun dreds of dollars for medicine; that did not help mo, but ?C worth of Doan's Kidney Pills restored me to perfect liealth." A TRIAL FREE. Address Foster Milbum Co., nuffalo, N. Y. For salo by all dealers. Price, CO cts. Not Appendicitis. A little lad whoso parents attend the church of the Ascension being taken to the morning service for the first time was greatly Impressed by a refernce...

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. — 16 February 1905

t 1 pKjKMfr PUBLISHRDTHURSDAYS. W.S. RAKER Publisher Entered at the postoitico at Alliance, Nebraska, for trnmtmisnion through tho mails, as second-class matter. 5T The Hkralu is ihe Official Publica tion of Box Bnlto county and its circula tion is nearly twice that ot any other Al liance paper. "ADVERTISING RATES: Display, .per single column inch per montn.......... 5" Business locals, per lino first insertion .to Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Befork Cnssio Chadwlck gets all of Andy Carnegio'a money, would it not bo a Rood idea for Alliance to mnkc n requisition on him for" a public library. Kefeurinr to tho coming city elec tion, more or less has been said about tho candidacy of several prominent men for mayor. Tub Hekalo rises to ask, what's the matter with the present incumbent? Editor. Brown of the Kearney Hub says the sixth district is too big ior one man to handle, and he is right. Tint Hkhai.d...

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. — 16 February 1905

i ft? .fyf '.i : H-3 'l-fi SV" ". i, , ! (KAr." tut 'W. ; A v ' 1? t- " .. fe "Pr , HEMINGFORD. iKeltli L. 1'lcrve Is fully tiutliurlml to mv licit Mibscrlptlons nnd Joli work and collect and rcculpt fur -mine, mill truusuct ail other business fn connection with til position its an accredited representative ot this paper. See Wildy for lumber and coal. gtf F. A.Nceland was in town Monday. Adolph Nikont was in town Wednesday, 'Mrs. Ii. F. Gardiner is very sick with rheumatism. Wencel Dame made a business trip to (own Monday. Miss Mamie Miller spent Saturday and Sunday in town. C. li. llurlcigh is the owner of a new sleigh, which he had made here. Mrs. Clark Olds has been suffering with a severe case of the toothache this week. The M. W. A. passed up their regular meeting Saturday night pn account of the severe cold. Have some fine spelts seed for sale at market price, also millet seed. Stf H. L. Bushnell. 1 have a choice lot of rye hay for sale at reasonable prices. Enquire at my sto...

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. — 16 February 1905

LI BHEUMATI8M IN TWO SEVERE OASES MASTERED IN TEW WEEKS. !rJn ItemeiTy Vneil by Mr. Feb roe p pel nnd , ly Captain llfourln (Irrnt fpinatilln Vicinity of Their lluturs. In tho winter of 1P02--3 Mr. Schrosppdl win confined to his bed. by a severe at tacit of rhoumntlsm. His doctor's trent jiient proved unsuccessful, lint ho snbso '.qucntly regained his Jicnlth by means vliich ho describes with jrcat cntku Vinsm. 'After five or Mx weeks of liolplcni mss nml pain,' -said he, " dining Which I was receiving regular visits from tho doctor, I felt ns ImhI as over. Just thou ny mother, a wnmnil eighty years of Jtigc, paid mo a visit. She Imd rocoivod ront benefit from Dr. Williams' Piulc Pill, and Bho was confident tltey would Jiolp mo. At lior solicitation I gave up ho doctor's treatment and took tho pills an its placo." 'And wero you cured as tho result of 'taking Ucr advice?" "Yes, quickly and thoroughly. Bo forotho second box was finished I fult very manifest improvement, nnd witliiu tw...

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. — 16 February 1905

t -T .!' YOU'RE Tto ifcoi lou ttjavcrtod rr thf Mlxtonrl. KuniW &tf ta4 lis 'j& 'frjr .cointjrrtietjslvc h rom SU UmlR. Hannibal or Karma rilj tJi GnUostotior San Antonio Ik a stroti'li of over .onotbpivbMuUoilfi.vol ;iftltorj-.CApWiJoX AUJr4MAWUlatluu mast-Urnes Urn ol tbr present. A thousand Industrie soil of varloua dc-itrcts of fertility, b wonderful produce of plants and crop oil, fro untl minerals arc to le fomnl. reoplwl Iir ratrrr. puihlm?, wide awako citizens who bellevo In the future of Iho Southwest nnd see thn lrtue of encourmr lnc enterprise of every UecrIptIon and of celling rnoronnd better fucllltlcs, tuo ontior tuulty U apparent ' TUo Southwest Is really In need of nothing savo people. More men are needed yeu'rm needed. Tboro arc vat areas of unimproved laud land not vleldlnK the crops of which it Is capable. The same t hlnir In a different way Is true of the towns, l-'ew lines of business are adequately repveventott. There aru openings for mills nnd nanufnct...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 February 1905

k P'-WH-Jfe ''?"" ' '?T'l'VrpT''s0' -JHfrA'Wl?-Al-.1mF-i-r- lm " . 5 O & ' rl S- d ( IS z-tov ii ?i ?,,... $ n i f r m g i s ? -, J 18 ? &g.S ffii&g'S-i P TS f Qiii: 3, lis s'l o? J Gb kMMJ o , , hmJhh III - 2. 3 2 -, " ,BVA CO v S S k o 3g c ?y J gSg'g ff&m fj V Si Sa ? - g S3 2 tfskL h iM'&jl r "S.ik if) P NfN 3.8 Sg l ?T S reW 5 !c P oSfl T a pit, I C S 3g,8 T ft . PPW l P S g o - IS. i " . ,. re o o " 11 wfnv S g. 50 to 5 ffi a gr "is?s i .?o g .- s HHHHI 1 o so . r ?isl ?i p : .i ?" :is w H ? k wi Palace Lively Barn S. H. DESCH, Prop. oni: jilock WKST of Good turnouts, strict attention to our business, TllE sew 7.UINDEN . , and courteous treatment to all has won for us the MUII.mNii. 'Phono 72 excellent patronage we enjoy. Trv us. MARSLAND. Miss Stella Owen is returned here as JU. & M. operator. Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur IlallibauRh are down from Crawford. The D, fr M. carpenters are here re building the pump-house. A McLaughlin and C. A. McGogtfy are both sh...

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. — 23 February 1905

Rfn H' """lai Soclutv f - ' n Official Publication of Box Butte County Largest Circulation of any Alliance Paper VOLUME XII. NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, FEB. 23. 1905. NUMBER 10 'ft fay W ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, V M , r - 4" ST1' ir I THIS HANDSOME DECOKATED ioo PIECE DINNER SET GENUINE IMPORTED ENGLISH WARE IFOZES 12. SO If your family is small and a 50 or 25 piece dinner Bet will do. to accomo date you we will break the sets and sell you any part thereof frcm one to a 100 pieces. 1 ,-rruLliij'i .i- iQr& Tigs jJbV w PRESENTS ! PRESENTS ! Before buying call and see our beau tiful line of Gift Goods. About the Furniture It always pays to look around before buying. That's all. LOCKWOODS The Housefurnishcrs who sell every thing from kitchen to parlor on easy payments. Business Locals. Co-Lon-Co. Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. Drj Koons, dentist. Office over Norton's. Wanted: something we can't re pair. Lockwood. Go to the Alliance National Hank to deposit your money. Oct. 7-tf. Just ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 February 1905

&''- "hlfe K-tr:1fTa,Tw 4tU ei: r t THE ALLIANCE HERALD W S. RAKER, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. News in Brief Stock losses In Keith county. Neb., during the recent cold snap were very Email. Ranchmen Bay this Is tlio hard est winter cvor oxporluneod In tho locality. According to tho correspondent nt Shnlnghnl or tho Dally Telegraph, Genorni Kuropatkln npparuntiy Js changing his haso from Mukden to Fushun. j A conductor on tho loniBvllfo; and Nashville .railroad, testifying )ororo tho senate hi tho Impeachment pro ccertfngs.'sayfl JndgtflSw'nyno traveled on n imss. ' Minister' Thompson has cabled tho atnto department from Fctroimlls, Hroz.ll, that the decree establishing martial law has been extended for thirty days. Frnncla Kossuth, son of tho famous revolutionist, and head of powerful Hungarian Independence party, dis cusses tho political situation with Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria. Scnntor Bacon introduced rcoolu tlons nakinR for nn inquiry Into tho nntlon'H rights in ...

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. — 23 February 1905

Hip . frMBp)tfrfc..7'. -.Tn,rffpr.. : &1 i THE ALLIANCE HERALD W. S. RAKER, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. News in Brief Slock losses In Keith county, Neb., during Uio recent cold simp were very small. Ranchman Bny this is tho hard est! winter cvor exporlonced In tho locality. According to tho correspondent nt Shnlnghnl of tho Dally Tolcgruph, General Kuropatkin apparently Js chnnglng Ills bnso from Mukden to Fusliun. A conductor on tho 1mlBVllfe, and NaMhvlllo .railroad, testifying before tho senate, In tho Impeachment pro ceodlngssayii JtulgtflJwayno traveled on n iiobb. j ' Minister' Thompson lias cabled tho Rtato department from Pctropolls, Hra7.II, that tho decree establishing martial law has bcou extended for thirty dnys. Francis Kbsstith, son of tho fnmoitB revolutionist, nnd head of powerful Hungarian Independence party, din ciiBses tho political situation with Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria, Scnntor Bacon Introduced rcnolu. tlons nsldng for nn Inquiry Into tho nation...

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