THE BROCK CHAMPION -1896

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Person Name                        Vol  No  Month Day Page Column Contents 

Adams, E.                             1  38 MY      8    1      2 Attended Saturday night blowout  
Adams, W. E.                          2  11 OC     30    1      3 Came to rescue of Chavey and Norton at Odd F. Hall  
Adams, Will (son)                     2  11 OC     30    1      2 Infant son died Oct. 23 at home  
Ahen, M. P.                           1  49 JL     24    2      1 On Board of Directors  
Akers, W. R.                          1  34 AP     10    2      1 Appointed to board  
Aldrich, K.                           1  52 AU     14    4      5 Secretary of organization thanks people of Brock  
Aldrich, Karl                         1  46 JL      3    1      2 Hauling corn from Coryell's elevator  
Aldrich, Karl                         1  49 JL     24    1      3 Had found lady's cape one day this week  
Algood, John                          1  34 AP     10    1      1 To south Brock Tuesday  
Allgood, Katie                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Allison (Senator)                     2  10 OC     23    2      1 Spoke in Omaha last week  
Allison, Louis                        2   7 OC      2    2      1 His team almost lost in White River by boy driver  
Alyea, Elmer                          1  46 JL      3    2      1 Fell from horse, recovery doubtful  
Anderson (Dr)                         2   7 OC      2    2      1 Finds cattle are dying from Texas fever  
Anderson, C. J.                       1  38 MY      8    2      1 Good rains, happy farmers, per prominent stockman  
Anderson, J. M.                       1  38 MY      8    4      3 Went to Johnson for Odd Fellows event  
Anderson, John W.                     1  49 JL     24    4      4 Died at age 46 yr 6 mo, buried Johnson cemetery  
Anonymous                             1  46 JL      3    4      4 Maidens in bloomers were 'out of sight', seen Tues.night  
Archer, W. F.                         2  17 DE     11    2      1 Died of heart failure while asleep  
Arend (Grandpa)                       1  52 AU     14    2      1 Nearly shot neighbors while shooting rabbits in garden  
Armour, Phil                          2  17 DE     11    2      1 Forced sale for taxes of Chicago man's corn cribs  
Armstrong (Mrs)                       2  11 OC     30    1      1 Was on sick list last week  
Armstrong, H. (Mrs)                   1  52 AU     14    1      2 Visiting parents this week  
Armstrong, James                      2  17 DE     11    2      1 Received enough back pension to keep him in comfort  
Armstrong, Lettie (Miss)              2  11 OC     30    1      3 Visiting friends and relatives in Auburn this week  
Armstrong, M. J.                      1  36 AP     24    1      4 Began disputed roadwork  
Armstrong, M. J.                      2  15 NO     27    1      2 His illness is much worse  
Armstrong, M. J. (& family)           2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Armstrong, Mart J.                    2  19 DE     25    4      2 Died of cancer Dec. 22, remains to Brownville for burial  
Armstrong, Thomas                     1  46 JL      3    2      1 Neitman's vicious dog attacked him  
Arndt, May (Mrs)                      1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Arndt, May (Mrs)                      1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Arndt, May (Mrs)                      2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Arndt, May (Mrs)                      2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
Arnold, Ed.                           1  38 MY      8    1      1 Sore hand from blood poisoning  
Arnold, Ed.                           1  41 MY     29    1      2 "What the Champion would like to know" humor  
Arnold, Ed.                           1  49 JL     24    1      3 Lost sow down bank of Nemaha river  
Arnot, S. P.                          1  34 AP     10    2      1 Officers for the year  
Asa, Charley                          1  36 AP     24    4      2 Had been sick 3 weeks  
Asa, Con                              1  38 MY      8    1      2 To Tacoma, WA to make his home there  
Asa, Fay (Mrs)                        2   4 SE     11    1      2 Married Sunday, no details given  
Asa, Orsemus                          1  49 JL     24    4      2 Lost stirrup leather  
Asa, Sem                              1  29 MR      6    1      4 Sunday School class party hosts  
Asa, Silvan                           1  41 MY     29    1      2 "What the Champion would like to know" humor  
Ashford, George                       2   7 OC      2    2      1 Took strychnine, but emetics were given to save his life  
Atkinson (Dr)                         2  10 OC     23    2      1 Items stolen from his drugstore during night  
Atkinson (Dr)                         2  11 OC     30    2      1 His drugstore robbed Friday night  
Avey, S. H.                           1  24 JA     31    1      1 Was at The Famous Monday  
Avey, S. H.                           1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Avey, S. H.                           1  46 JL      3    1      2 Old gold and silver wanted  
Avey, S. H.                           1  46 JL      3    1      3 To give all ladies free souvenir Tuesday afternoon  
Avey, S. H.                           1  46 JL      3    4      2 Has auction sale  
Avey, S. H.                           1  47 JL     10    1      2 Big jewelry auction July 6 -16th.  
Ayers, Dave                           1  52 AU     14    2      1 Came with posse, looking for 85 stolen cattle  
Bailey, B. H.                         1  34 AP     10    1      2 At Auburn Wednesday  
Bailey, B. H.                         1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Bailey, B. H.                         1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Bailey, B. H.                         1  46 JL      3    1      3 Attending republican state convention in Lincoln this wk  
Bailey, B. H.                         1  49 JL     24    1      1 So much recovered as to be on streets Tuesday  
Bailey, B. H.                         2  10 OC     23    1      4 Yont's horse ran through Kieth's fence, Bailey caught it  
Bailey, B. H.                         2  15 NO     27    1      2 Are circulating petitions for the postoffice at this place  
Bailey, B. H.                         2   4 SE     11    1      3 Drove to Auburn Saturday  
Bailey, B. H.                         2   6 SE     25    1      1 Made a trip to Lincoln and surrounding places  
Bailey, Dick (Mr & Mrs)               2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Bailey, Ed                            2  11 OC     30    2      1 Kindling wood struck eye, probably will lose sight  
Bailey, Frank (& family)              2   4 SE     11    4      2 Left for Kansas by wagon route for month-long visit  
Bailey, Frank (& family)              2   6 SE     25    4      2 Returned from trip to the western part of the state  
Bailey, J. E.                         1  42 JE      5    1      1 Furnished Brock Market information each Friday morning  
Bailey, J. W.                         1  46 JL      3    1      1 Updates prices each Friday morning  
Bailey, J. W.                         1  46 JL      3    1      2 Drove over to Johnson Tuesday  
Bailey, J. W.                         1  46 JL      3    1      3 Bought 1500 bu. wheat @ 40 cts for July delivery  
Bailey, J. W.                         2  11 OC     30    1      3 Met and elected officers for six months at his home  
Bailey, J. W.                         2  19 DE     25    1      1 Grain markets furnished every Friday morning  
Bailey, J. W.                         2   2 AU     28    1      1 Grain markets furnished every Friday morning  
Bailey, J. W. (& wife)                2   2 AU     28    4      3 Attended old soldiers reunion in Lincoln this week  
Bailey, J. W. (Mr & Mrs)              1  37 MY      1    1      3 Couple attended bride & groom, Whitman/Self  
Bailey, J. W. (Mr & Mrs)              1  38 MY      8    1      1 To Tecumseh Wed., atttend Epworth League conv.  
Bailey, Jay                           1  24 JA     31    4      2 Brother of Mrs. Raker  
Bailey, S. M. (Mrs)                   1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Bailey, S. W.                         1  41 MY     29    1      3 Shipped 8,000 bushels corn this week  
Baily, B. A.                          1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Bain, John                            1 42b JE     26    2      1 Pensions granted to Nebraskans  
Baker, G. I.                          1 42b JE     26    1      1 Made trip to Lincoln last week on his bicycle  
Baker, G. L.                          1  29 MR      6    1      1 Visited Johnson  
Baker, G. L.                          1  29 MR      6    1      1 Ad  
Baker, G. L.                          1  34 AP     10    1      3 Sold shoe shop  
Baker, G. L.                          1  36 AP     24    1      2 To build brick building for harness shop  
Baker, G. L.                          1  46 JL      3    1      2 Has flynets and dusters for sale  
Baker, G. L.                          1  46 JL      3    4      2 Ran fish hook in hand while fishing Tuesday  
Baker, G. L.                          1  47 JL     10    1      1 Spent the fourth in Saline County with friends  
Baker, G. L.                          2   4 SE     11    1      3 Returned from business trip to western part of state Tues.  
Baker, G. L.                          2   4 SE     11    4      2 Business corner ad  
Baker, G. L.                          2   7 OC      2    1      3 Left to get married, has house ready for housekeeping  
Baker, Geo. L.                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 After May 15, may only accept cash payments  
Baker, Geo. L.                        1  41 MY     29    1      1 About to move into old harness shop on business corner  
Baker, L.                             1  52 AU     14    1      3 Has harness shop  
Baker, M. H.                          2  15 NO     27    2      1 Has leased newspaper to his foreman, William Totten  
Baldwin, Mae (Mrs)                    2  10 OC     23    2      1 Will work at Home of the Friendless in Lincoln, Kinderg.  
Ball, I. J.                           1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Ball, I. J.                           1  29 MR      6    1      5 Ad  
Ball, I. J.                           1  34 AP     10    1      2 Ad  
Ball, I. J.                           1 42b JE     26    1      3 Has "Electric" gasoline for sale  
Ball, I. J.                           1 42b JE     26    4      3 Lightning struck tree near his home  
Ball, I. J.                           1  46 JL      3    1      1 Soda fountain ad  
Ball, I. J.                           1  46 JL      3    1      3 "electric gasoline is best and safest"  
Ball, I. J.                           1  47 JL     10    4      2 Set pattern for others, trimmed trees, cut weeds at home  
Ball, I. J.                           1  52 AU     14    1      1 He is up and attending to business again  
Ball, I. J.                           2  10 OC     23    1      1 Has Dr. Townsend at his store until Dr. relocates  
Ball, I. J.                           2  10 OC     23    1      3 To Lincoln on business two days this week  
Ball, I. J.                           2  15 NO     27    1      3 Will have immense stock of Holiday Goods  
Ball, I. J.                           2  16 DE      4    4      3 Committee member for programs  
Ball, I. J.                           2  17 DE     11    1      2 Ad, has jewelry, clocks, lamps, and candy  
Ball, I. J.                           2  19 DE     25    4      3 Select your Santa Claus merchandise now  
Ball, I. J.                           2   4 SE     11    1      2 Owner of drugstore 
Ball, I. J.                           2   4 SE     11    4      2 Attended Bryan rally at Lincoln Tuesday night  
Ball, I. J.                           2   4 SE     11    4      2 Dr. Townsend will be at his drugstore until finds building  
Band, Charles (Dr)                    1  38 MY      8    2      1 Closed under chattel mortgage  
Bannister, J.                         1  34 AP     10    2      1 Buggy stolen  
Barbour (Prof.)                       2   2 AU     28    2      1 Geologist at State Univ. inspecting Richardson county  
Barnes (Pres)                         1  36 AP     24    2      1 Power to approve bids  
Barnes, Will                          2   2 AU     28    2      1 Arrested for hog stealing  
Barnhard (Mrs)                        1  38 MY      8    2      1 Will recover from suicide attempt  
Barrett, John                         2  11 OC     30    2      1 Up before insanity board in Beatrice recently  
Bastain                               1  38 MY      8    1      2 In town Tuesday  
Bastan, Louis                         2  10 OC     23    1      2 Public speakers at hall Monday evening  
Beall (Judge)                         1  46 JL      3    2      1 Reset bail at $1500 on Drake  
Bedding, J. C. (Rev)                  1  24 JA     31    1      1 Evangelist to be at M. E. Church  
Beeler (Supt)                         1  34 AP     10    2      1 Board member  
Behrendt, Carl                        1  42 JE      5    2      1 Threatened to kill brother Fred Behrendt  
Behrendt, Chas.                       2   4 SE     11    2      1 Rattlesnake bit, killed 2yr old heifer  
Behrendt, Fred                        1  42 JE      5    2      1 His brother threatened his life  
Bell, John C.                         2   7 OC      2    2      1 Farmer has 92 acres of fine broom corn 
Benson, W. (Mr & Mrs)                 2  15 NO     27    4      3 One of their children is quite sick this week  
Benson, Wm (Mrs)                      1  28 FE     28    4      3 Sewing meeting  
Benson, Wm. (& fam)                   1  52 AU     14    4      4 Called to Stella, for his mother's funeral  
Berggren, N. B.                       2  16 DE      4    2      1 Shipped 2 trainloads sheep to New Mexico  
Berlet (Grandma)                      1  24 JA     31    1      2 Died today, Jan. 31, 1896, funeral Sunday  
Berlet, Alice                         1  52 AU     14    1      3 Planning SS picnic  
Berlet, Blanche (Miss)                2  19 DE     25    1      3 Spending vacation at home, will return to Univ.  
Berlet, Blanche (Miss)                2   4 SE     11    4      2 Leaving to attend State University in Lincoln this term  
Berlet, Emile                         1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Berlet, Emile                         1  29 MR      6    1      1 Into fine new home south of town  
Berlet, Emile                         1  37 MY      1    4      3 Drove countryside Wednesday  
Berlet, Emile                         1 42b JE     26    1      3 Involved in sale of Sire Estate July 25, 1896.  
Berlet, Emile                         1 42b JE     26    4      4 Father of bride, noon wedding at his home  
Berlet, Emile                         1  46 JL      3    1      4 120 acre farm for sale at $36 per acre  
Berlet, Emile                         1  46 JL      3    1      5 Bank, notary public, insurance  
Berlet, Emile                         1  46 JL      3    4      3 Sire estate sale July 25th  
Berlet, Emile                         2  19 DE     25    1      5 General banking ad  
Berlet, Emile                         2  19 DE     25    4      3 A rare bargain, 120 acre good farm land for sale  
Berlet, Emile                         2   4 SE     11    1      4 Ad, farm for sale in area  
Berlet, Emile                         2   4 SE     11    1      5 Banker  
Berlet, Emile                         2   4 SE     11    4      3 Referee  
Berlet, Emile                         2   7 OC      2    1      3 Paid cash for a one year subscription  
Berlet, Emile (Mr)                    2  16 DE      4    1      2 His daughter, Mrs.Millie Simpson of Auburn visiting him  
Berlet, F.                            1  52 AU     14    1      1 In town looking after his wheat Friday  
Berlet, Fred                          1  28 FE     28    4      3 Was Saturday  
Berlet, Fred                          1  37 MY      1    1      3 Here yesterday  
Berlet, Fred                          1 42b JE     26    4      2 On our streets Thursday  
Berlet, Fred                          1  49 JL     24    4      3 In town Wednesday  
Berlet, Fred (Mr & Mrs)               2   2 AU     28    1      2 Spent Sunday visiting here, she has returned home  
Berlet, Fred (Mrs)                    2  17 DE     11    1      2 Was up visiting friends Wednesday  
Berlet, Irma                          1  34 AP     10    4      2 V-P  
Berlet, Irma                          1  37 MY      1    4      2 Chorister  
Berlet, Millie (Miss)                 1 42b JE     26    4      4 Bride of John Simpson, Sunday  
Berlet, Minnie (Miss)                 1  46 JL      3    1      1 Bessie Seizler of Lincoln visiting her  
Berlet, P. (fam)                      1  47 JL     10    1      2 Miss Bessie Sizer was visiting from Lincoln  
Berlet, Peter                         1  28 FE     28    1      1 Shipped cattle to Omaha  
Berlet, Peter                         1  29 MR      6    1      1 In town  
Berlet, Peter                         1 42b JE     26    4      2 In town on business on day this week  
Berry Bros.                           2  11 OC     30    1      3 In southern part of county this week with load of brooms  
Berry Brothers                        2  10 OC     23    4      5 Moved here from Auburn, have factory running full blast  
Bertlet, Emile                        2  16 DE      4    4      3 Advertising 120 acre farm for sale  
Betts (Rev & fam)                     2  19 DE     25    1      2 Now settled in home just west of the Christian Church  
Betts (Rev)                           2  10 OC     23    1      2 Minister from Montana preached Sunday & Wed.  
Betts (Rev)                           2  11 OC     30    1      3 To exchange pulpits with Davis Sunday evening  
Betts (Rev)                           2  17 DE     11    1      3 Expects his fam. from Montana, will live where Moore did  
Betts, C. H. (Pastor)                 2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Bickford                              1  36 AP     24    4      3 Fire, put out without damage  
Biggerstaff, Thomas                   1  29 MR      6    2      1 Died in shooting accident  
Biggs, George                         1  38 MY      8    1      1 In town Monday  
Binger, Charles                       2  16 DE      4    2      1 Toyed with pistol, ball went through flesh of left hand  
Bingham (Mrs)                         1  41 MY     29    1      3 Father (Mr Merrill) from northern Nebr. is visiting her  
Bingham (Rev)                         1 42b JE     26    1      2 Baptised 4 at the river Sunday  
Bingham (Rev)                         1  47 JL     10    4      3 Baptised one person Sunday at the river  
Bingham (Rev)                         1  49 JL     24    1      2 Spent Sunday in Hiawatha, Kansas  
Bingham (Rev)                         2   4 SE     11    1      2 Will deliver farewell sermon Sun., going to Hiawatha KS  
Bingham (Rev)                         2   4 SE     11    1      2 Sold residence to L. L. Coryell  
Bingham (Rev)                         2   4 SE     11    4      5 Officiated at Marchand/Bourlier wedding  
Bingham, Carle                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Bingham, Eva (Miss)                   1  46 JL      3    4      3 Rally delegates at Tecumseh Tuesday  
Bingham, F. C.                        1  24 JA     31    1      1 Advertised meetings at M. E. Church  
Bingham, F. C. (Pastor)               1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Bingham, F. C. (Rev)                  1  36 AP     24    4      2 Had new pamphlet printed  
Bingham, F. C. (Rev)                  1  38 MY      8    1      1 Preached there Sunday  
Bingham, F. C. (Rev)                  1  38 MY      8    1      2 Baptised 40 persons Sunday  
Bingham, F. C. (Rev)                  2   4 SE     11    4      1 Pastor  
Bingham, F. C. (Rev.)                 1  34 AP     10    1      1 Regular pulpit  
Bingham, F. O. Pastor                 1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Bingham, Myrtle                       1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Bize, Paul                            1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Bize, Paul                            1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Bize, Paul                            1  46 JL      3    1      4 Bank of Julian  
Bize, Paul                            2  19 DE     25    1      4 Bank of Julian  
Bize, Paul                            2   4 SE     11    1      4 The Bank of Julian  
Black, Allie                          1  41 MY     29    1      3 Visited newspaper office since last issue  
Black, Arthur                         1  41 MY     29    4      5 Wanted his name in the paper  
Black, Arthur                         2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Black, F. E.                          2   6 SE     25    1      2 Suffering from a boil on his neck this week  
Black, Frank                          1  28 FE     28    4      3 Visited Talmage  
Black, H. V.                          1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Black, H. V.                          2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Black, Henry                          2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Black, R. V.                          1  24 JA     31    4      6 Ad  
Black, R. V.                          1  29 MR      6    4      1 Ad  
Black, R. V.                          1  34 AP     10    4      1 Ad  
Black, R. V.                          2   4 SE     11    4      1 Furniture repairs and cleaning  
Black, R. V.                          2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Blackburn, Trilby (Miss)              1  47 JL     10    4      2 From Hamburg, Iowa to visit relatives here  
Blagdon, S.                           2   7 OC      2    1      3 Owner of house where G.L. Baker & bride will live  
Blair (Mr)                            1  46 JL      3    4      4 Has sore eyes, Miguery acting postmaster this week  
Blair, (Postmaster & Mrs. ch.)        1  29 MR      6    1      2 Child had severe croup  
Blair, W. L.                          1  37 MY      1    1      2 To Dem. county central committee mtg Sat. Auburn  
Blair, W. L. (& family)               2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Blair, W. L. (fam)                    1  49 JL     24    1      3 Have Zener and Burgess visitors  
Blair, W. L. (Mrs & ch)               1  36 AP     24    1      2 Visiting relatives in Dunbar this week  
Blair, William                        1  36 AP     24    1      1 Had holiday Wednesday, Arbor Day  
Bloom, William                        2   7 OC      2    2      1 Has yellow watermelon with red insides  
Boal (Dr)                             2  15 NO     27    1      2 Was called to treat M. J. Armstrong  
Boaz (Father)                         2   4 SE     11    2      1 Killed large eagle while fishing on Elkhorn  
Boellstorff (Mr & Mrs)                1  29 MR      6    1      3 Parents of bride, Minnie M. Boellstorff 3/3/1896  
Boellstorff, Millie M.                1  29 MR      6    1      3 At home of bride's parents in Peru  
Boellstorff, William                  1  29 MR      6    1      3 Attendant to sister's groom 3/3/1896  
Bohlken, Fred                         2  15 NO     27    1      3 Died Tuesday, Nov. 17  
Bolln, Henry                          1  36 AP     24    2      1 On trial for embezzeling  
Bolln, Henry                          1  41 MY     29    2      1 Sentenced to pen. 19 years for embezzling.  
Bookwalter, John W.                   1  38 MY      8    2      1 New York City man to establish farming villages  
Borgquist, Carl E.                    1  52 AU     14    2      1 Died last week, one of oldest inhabitants  
Bourlier, F.                          1  46 JL      3    4      2 Elected Monday to fill vacancy  
Bourlier, Fred (Mr & Mrs)             2   4 SE     11    4      5 Parents of bride, their oldest daughter  
Bourlier, Laura M.                    2   4 SE     11    4      5 Married Emile Marchand  
Bourlier, Leona                       2   4 SE     11    4      5 Sister of bride, accompanied couple at wedding  
Bovee, Peter                          2  16 DE      4    2      1 Beaten by hunter he ordered off farm, hunter in jail  
Bower, Frank                          1  34 AP     10    1      1 Visited Talmage Tuesday  
Bowerman, Henry                       1 42b JE     26    2      1 Pensions granted to Nebraskans  
Bowers, Samuel                        1  29 MR      6    1      2 To Dave Smith farm south of town  
Boyer, W. C.                          1  47 JL     10    2      1 Committee formed to attract international convention  
Boylston, H. M.                       1  41 MY     29    4      5 To direct vocal music  
Bradshaw, Robert E.                   1  38 MY      8    2      1 Liverpool England jockey died of injuries  
Bradway, Cal                          1  49 JL     24    4      2 In our town Tuesday  
Brandt, C. L.                         2  16 DE      4    2      1 Died, age 81, continuous resident of Burt Co. since 1867  
Branstetter, Cloe (Miss)              1  29 MR      6    1      2 Attended ball, won best dancers prize  
Breggaman, William (son)              1  47 JL     10    2      1 10 year old killed by falling hay stacker  
Brock School                          1  38 MY      8    1      3 50 Primary pupils 8th month, 42 average attendance  
Brock School                          2  16 DE      4    4      2 Was closed Monday, because of so much sickness  
Brock School                          2  17 DE     11    4      2 School will be opened again Monday morning  
Brosman (Dr)                          1  42 JE      5    1      1 Dentist from Auburn to come every Saturday in June  
Brosman (Dr)                          1 42b JE     26    1      2 Will make regular trips to Brock each Saturday  
Brosman (Dr)                          1  46 JL      3    1      2 Will be in Brock each Saturday  
Brosman (Dr)                          1  47 JL     10    1      1 Will be making regular trips to Brock on Saturdays  
Brossman (Dr)                         1  49 JL     24    1      1 To Brock every Saturday  
Brown                                 1  29 MR      6    1      2 Old hotel to be Granger residence  
Brown (Mr & Mrs)                      1  47 JL     10    4      3 Mrs. Pratt and daughter visiting this week  
Brown, Dell (Miss)                    2   4 SE     11    4      2 Attended Bryan rally at Lincoln Tuesday night  
Brown, H. A.                          1  24 JA     31    1      1 Cash subscriptions  
Brown, H. A.                          1  24 JA     31    1      2 Built new school house  
Brown, H. A.                          1  36 AP     24    1      2 Passenger on M.P. Monday to Auburn  
Brown, H. A.                          1  38 MY      8    1      2 Built Jarvis porches  
Brown, H. A.                          2  10 OC     23    1      2 Carpenter of new brick building, almost complete  
Brown, H. A.                          2  15 NO     27    1      2 Are circulating petitions for the postoffice at this place  
Brown, H. A.                          2  19 DE     25    1      3 Had nursery stock order blanks printed  
Brown, H. A.                          2  19 DE     25    4      3 Save by booking now for spring planting  
Brown, H. A.                          2   7 OC      2    1      3 Is working on brick building between bank & hardware  
Brown, H. A.                          2   7 OC      2    4      3 Had residence repainted, looks new again  
Brown, H. G.                          1  38 MY      8    2      1 Won suit for injury against city  
Brown, J. C.                          2  16 DE      4    2      1 Aged man husked & cribbed 70 bu. corn in one day  
Brown, Musie                          1  41 MY     29    1      3 Visited newspaper office since last issue  
Brown, R. A.                          2   4 SE     11    4      2 Attended Bryan rally at Lincoln Tuesday night  
Brown, Will                           1  24 JA     31    4      2 Co-editor  
Browning, W. H.                       1  37 MY      1    2      1 Arrested, to be returned to Nebr. for trial  
Bryan, W. J.                          2  10 OC     23    2      1 Received two eagles from Telluride, CO in large crate 
Bryan, W. J. (Hon)                    1  49 JL     24    1      2 Large reception in Lincoln last Friday  
Bryan, W. J. (Hon)                    1  49 JL     24    2      1 Cody wishes he will open irrigation fair  
Bryan, William J.                     1  47 JL     10    1      3 He is now Democratic nominee for President  
Buckes, O. P.                         1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Buckles, O. P.                        1  37 MY      1    1      1 Passenger to Auburn yesterday  
Buckles, O. P.                        1  38 MY      8    1      2 Attended Saturday night blowout  
Buckles, Perry                        1  29 MR      6    1      2 To Auburn for business  
Buckridge, T. M.                      2  17 DE     11    4      2 Was Lorton visitor Friday  
Buckridge, T. M.                      2   2 AU     28    1      2 Paid cash for his subscription  
Buehler, Paul                         2  11 OC     30    2      1 Shot by Frenchy Leonard, recovering at Tabitha Hosp.  
Buffum, A. W.                         1  38 MY      8    4      5 Alternate to Democratic convention  
Bulla, R. S.                          1  52 AU     14    2      1 Former owners of Fullerton News purchased Sun  
Bullard, F. W.                        1  46 JL      3    2      1 Tinner, shot in fight by Stockenburger  
Bunn, B. F.                           1  42 JE      5    4      4 To Auburn Tuesday, met wife who returned home  
Bunn, Ben                             2   6 SE     25    1      1 Went with S.P. Bunn to county fair  
Bunn, Ben (Mr & Mrs)                  2   2 AU     28    4      2 Attended picnic last week  
Bunn, Ben (Mr & Mrs)                  2   7 OC      2    1      2 Mr.& Mrs A.E. Rogers and her sister from east visited Mon.  
Bunn, Grace (Miss)                    1  47 JL     10    1      1 Spent Sunday here with friends  
Bunn, Guy                             2   4 SE     11    1      3 Visiting friends and relatives this week  
Bunn, J. M.                           1  24 JA     31    1      1 Former resident  
Bunn, J. M.                           1  29 MR      6    4      3 Here in Brock  
Bunn, J. N.                           1  46 JL      3    4      3 Was in town Wednesday  
Bunn, J. N. (sons)                    2  11 OC     30    1      2 Younger sons in town visiting their old friends  
Bunn, Joe                             1  37 MY      1    1      4 In town Wednesday  
Bunn, S. P.                           2   6 SE     25    1      1 Left Tuesday night for county fair with his horse  
Bunn, Will                            2  16 DE      4    1      1 Was an Omaha visitor a couple of days this week  
Bunn, Will                            2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Bunn, William                         1  36 AP     24    4      4 In town  
Bunny, John                           2   6 SE     25    2      1 Bunny shot at Farmer Dodd, without effect  
Bunwood, L.                           2   7 OC      2    2      1 Drowned last spring in Platte R., body found in sand bar  
Burgess (Mrs)                         1  49 JL     24    1      3 Sister of Mrs. Zener, visiting Blair family  
Burgess, Geo.                         1  36 AP     24    4      3 Meeting and dinner at restaurant  
Burgess, George (boy)                 1  38 MY      8    4      4 Boy hurt by horse, kicked in face  
Burgess, L. S.                        1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Burgess, L. S.                        1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Burgess, L. S.                        1  36 AP     24    4      3 Meeting and dinner at restaurant  
Burgess, L. S.                        1  46 JL      3    1      4 Julian Elevator Co.  
Burgess, L. S.                        2  19 DE     25    1      4 Julian Elevator Co.  
Burgess, L. S.                        2   4 SE     11    1      4 Julian Elevator Company  
Burke, E. M.                          2  11 OC     30    2      1 Implement dealer failed, liabilities $2300  
Burkman, John                         1  42 JE      5    1      2 Ran away with mortgaged property  
Burnham (Mr)                          2  11 OC     30    1      1 In our city Tuesday  
Burnham, (County Agent)               1  28 FE     28    1      3 In town  
Burnham, A. J.                        1  52 AU     14    4      3 Speaker at large rally in Brock Saturday night  
Burnham, A. J.                        2   7 OC      2    1      2 Speakers at grand rally,at Hickory Grove school Oct 5. 
Burnham, A. J.                        2   7 OC      2    1      3 Rally speakers here 7:30 Sat. night  
Burns, E. C. (Hon)                    1  29 MR      6    2      1 Son Mark Burns threatened to shoot Wm.Golden  
Burns, Frank                          1  34 AP     10    2      1 Making spurious money  
Burns, Jay                            1  38 MY      8    4      2 Speaker unable to attend  
Burns, Lawrence (son)                 1  52 AU     14    2      1 Boy kicked in face by horse  
Burns, Mark                           1  29 MR      6    2      1 Son of E. C. Burns  
Burress, M.                           1  52 AU     14    1      2 In town Thursday looking for items for county fair exhibits  
Burwell, J. A.                        1  24 JA     31    2      1 Took strychnine  
Bush (Mr)                             1  47 JL     10    2      1 Regarding Russell & Holmes bank failure in 1893  
Byers, Joseph                         1  41 MY     29    2      1 Found body of boy in Missouri River  
Camp, (Sheriff)                       1  28 FE     28    2      1 Two men who caught theives  
Campbell                              1  46 JL      3    4      6 July 4th Central Pavalion Theatrical Co. of Chicago 
Campbell & Son                        2   2 AU     28    4      2 Loading a couple cars with apples this week  
Campbell's                            1  42 JE      5    1      2 Held festival, profit to go to church  
Campbell, J. M                        1  36 AP     24    1      1 Traded old evaporator bldg to Lutgen for dwelling 
Campbell, J. M.                       1  28 FE     28    1      1 Ad  
Campbell, J. M.                       1  29 MR      6    1      5 Ad  
Campbell, J. M.                       1  34 AP     10    1      5 Ad  
Campbell, J. M.                       2   4 SE     11    4      1 Jewelry, boots & shoes  
Campbell, J. M.                       2   4 SE     11    4      3 Has new clerk, A. E. Starr  
Campbell, J. M. & Son                 2  19 DE     25    4      5 Fall & winter clothing for sale  
Campbell, R. M.                       1  24 JA     31    1      2 Ad  
Campbell, R. M.                       1  34 AP     10    1      2 Ad  
Campbell, R. M.                       2  19 DE     25    1      1 Sold property to K. Clark  
Campbell, William                     1  38 MY      8    2      1 Lost five horses in Maronville's barn fire  
Campbells                             1  49 JL     24    1      1 Shipped a carload of apples this week  
Carl (Mrs)                            2  15 NO     27    4      2 Her baby is quite sick this week  
Carl (Mrs)                            2  16 DE      4    1      3 All precaution to prevent spread taken, 2 ch may have  
Carl, J. O.                           2   2 AU     28    2      1 Store looted of goods worth $200  
Carlisle, J. W. (Mr)                  1  34 AP     10    4      2 Had to leave school to work on farm  
Carman, (County Supt)                 1  28 FE     28    1      2 In town  
Carman, H. C.                         1  52 AU     14    1      2 Drove over from Cook last Tuesday  
Carman, M. H.                         1  37 MY      1    1      2 Announced Nemaha Co. Teacher's Assn. meeting  
Carman, Nick                          1  49 JL     24    1      1 In our city Tuesday  
Carmon, (Supt)                        1  24 JA     31    1      2 Co. Supt in 
Carson, W. H.                         2   2 AU     28    2      1 Demented man taken to Norfolk asylum  
Carter, Simon                         1  24 JA     31    2      1 Pronounced insane  
Casebolt, W. J. (son)                 1  46 JL      3    2      1 Little boy found rattlesnake under bedstead, unhurt  
Casey, James                          1  34 AP     10    2      1 Sentenced to 3 years in pen  
Casey, James                          1  36 AP     24    2      1 Released from Pen. under $1500 bond  
Casey, John                           1  34 AP     10    2      1 Sentenced to 3 years in pen  
Casey, John                           1  36 AP     24    2      1 Released from Pen. under $1500 bond  
Casper, Pearl                         2  10 OC     23    1      4 Had one week of sickness  
Casper, Pearl                         2  10 OC     23    1      4 Not tardy during month  
Casselman, J. E.                      1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Casselman, J. E.                      1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Casselman, J. E.                      1  46 JL      3    1      4 Bank of Julian  
Casselman, J. E.                      2  19 DE     25    1      4 Bank of Julian  
Casselman, J. E.                      2   4 SE     11    1      4 The Bank of Julian  
Casto, John A.                        1 42b JE     26    2      1 One of oldest lawyers died last week, cancer of stomach  
Cathcart, Cora                        2  10 OC     23    1      4 Not tardy during month  
Cathcart, Cora                        2  10 OC     23    1      4 Absent 2 weeks because of mother's sickness  
Cathcart, W. C.                       2   2 AU     28    4      3 Attended old soldiers reunion in Lincoln this week  
Cathcart, William                     2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Chamberlain, C. K.                    1  47 JL     10    2      1 Paid $6,830 into treasury for Bush after bank failure  
Chamberlain, C. M.                    1  47 JL     10    2      1 Paid $6,830 into treasury for Bush after bank failure 
Chard, A. (Mrs)                       1  34 AP     10    1      2 Entertained  
Chatelain, J. C.                      1  24 JA     31    4      6 Ad  
Chatelain, J. C.                      1  29 MR      6    1      1 On business  
Chatelain, J. C.                      1  29 MR      6    4      5 Ad  
Chatelain, J. C.                      1  34 AP     10    4      5 Ad  
Chatelain, J. C.                      1  46 JL      3    4      6 Watch and clock repair  
Chatelain, J. C.                      2   4 SE     11    1      5 Watch & clock repairing  
Chatelain, J. C. (Mr & Mrs)           2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Chatelain, J. C. (Mrs)                1  46 JL      3    4      3 Brother C. L. Frink visiting this week  
Chatlain (Mr & Mrs)                   2  15 NO     27    1      3 Baby is quite sick this week  
Chavey, (Miss)                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Teacher  
Chavey, Emma                          1  52 AU     14    1      2 Attended teacher's institute in Auburn for two weeks  
Chavey, Emma (Miss)                   2  11 OC     30    1      3 Tried to light gas stove in OF Hall, got good scare  
Chavey, Emma (Mrs)                    1  41 MY     29    1      2 School picnic  
Chavey, Louie                         2   2 AU     28    1      3 Stolen buggy cushion laid in road so could be noticed  
Chavey, Louis                         2   4 SE     11    4      5 Accompanied Marchand/Bourlier couple at wedding  
Chavey, Stella                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Childs, (Capt & Mrs)                  1  28 FE     28    1      1 Visited Hugh Norton family  
Christiansen (Mrs)                    2  19 DE     25    2      1 Shot by employee accidently, may not recover 
Christiansen, John                    1  49 JL     24    2      1 Struck by windlass at well, has fatal injuries  
Chuman (girl)                         2   4 SE     11    1      3 Baby girl born Sep. 4 to Mr. & Mrs. Chuman  
Ciple (Mrs)                           1 42b JE     26    2      1 Mother of Mrs Noale taken home on stretcher  
Clapp, Cora                           1  34 AP     10    4      2 Editors  
Clapp, Cora                           1  36 AP     24    4      2 Editor  
Clapp, G. A.                          1  46 JL      3    4      2 Elected Monday to fill vacancy  
Clapp, Geo.                           1  46 JL      3    1      3 Was in town Sunday  
Clare, F. (& family)                  1  52 AU     14    1      2 From Missouri, helping Hendricks with business start-up  
Clark (Rev)                           2   6 SE     25    1      1 Preached Sunday evening  
Clark, A. H.                          1  49 JL     24    2      1 On Board of Directors  
Clark, B. H. (Dr & family)            1  52 AU     14    1      2 Visiting their brother-in-law, Dr. Lorance  
Clark, Bert                           1  28 FE     28    2      1 Caught killing a beef  
Clark, K.                             2  19 DE     25    1      1 Building new barn on property purchases from Campbell  
Clark, Loran (Hon)                    1  41 MY     29    2      1 Had cancer of the stomach  
Clark, W.                             2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Clark, William                        1  42 JE      5    1      2 (News spelling CLAR) Farmer died at age 72 
Clausen (Mrs)                         1  49 JL     24    2      1 Eloped with John Johnson  
Clave?, George (& son)                1  41 MY     29    4      4 Took business trip to Nebraska City Saturday  
Claycomb (Mr)                         1  42 JE      5    2      1 Stole 2 bodies from Mt. Hope cemetery, sent medical sch.  
Claypool, J. M.                       1  28 FE     28    1      2 In town to visit dau Mrs. Hugh Norton  
Claypool, Myron N.                    1  28 FE     28    1      2 Bro of Mrs. Hugh Norton from Las Animas, CO  
Clifton, William                      1  36 AP     24    4      4 Left for home in Missouri  
Cody, W. F.                           2  17 DE     11    2      1 Owns 50,000 acres in Big Horn valley, nearly all irrigated 
Cody, W. F. (Col)                     1  37 MY      1    2      1 Ingraham writing bio of Cody  
Cody, W. F. (Col.)                    1  49 JL     24    2      1 Wants Bryan to open irrigation fair  
Coleman, E.                           2  10 OC     23    2      1 His farm had fire, grain stacks burned  
Coleman, Ernest                       2  11 OC     30    2      1 Had threshing fire  
Combs (Mrs & family)                  1  52 AU     14    1      2 Made Saturday visit with sister, Mrs. Lorance 
Condon (Mrs)                          2   7 OC      2    1      2 Will speak Tues. Oct 6 at Talmage, on issues of the day  
Cone, John                            2  15 NO     27    2      1 Lost barn, horses, grain and farm machinery in fire  
Conley, J.                            1  36 AP     24    4      3 Tried to hang himself  
Conlin, Aggie (Mrs)                   1  34 AP     10    1      1 Visited at her home Sunday  
Conlin, Agnes                         1  38 MY      8    1      2 Left for Cook, then back, then home to Talmage  
Conlin, Grace (Miss)                  1  37 MY      1    1      2 Visited Stella Norton over Sunday  
Connor, Roy                           1  36 AP     24    2      1 3 year old child fell into scalding water  
Contuse, Peter (& wife)               2  10 OC     23    2      1 On trial for abuse of one of their children  
Cook (Dr & family)                    2   7 OC      2    1      3 Visiting friends & relatives in our city Monday  
Cook (Dr)                             2  15 NO     27    1      2 Was on our streets Tuesday  
Cook, (Dr & Mrs)                      1  28 FE     28    1      4 Daughter died, buried Glenrock cem.  
Cook, A.                              1  52 AU     14    1      2 In our city Tuesday on business  
Cook, C. L. (Dr)                      1  52 AU     14    1      2 In our city Saturday  
Cook, James H.                        1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Cook, James H.                        1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian 
Cook, James H.                        1  46 JL      3    1      4 John Cook & Son  
Cook, James H.                        2  19 DE     25    1      4 John Cook & Son  
Cook, James H.                        2   4 SE     11    1      4 Lumber stock & coal at John Cook & Son  
Cook, Jas.                            1  36 AP     24    4      3 Meeting and dinner at restaurant  
Cook, John                            1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Cook, John                            1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Cook, John                            1  46 JL      3    1      4 John Cook & Son  
Cook, John                            2  19 DE     25    1      4 John Cook & Son  
Cook, John                            2   4 SE     11    1      4 Lumber stock & coal at John Cook & Son  
Cooper, Clara                         1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Cooper, Frank                         2  10 OC     23    4      4 Hurt in wagon accident, taking band boys to Nebr. City  
Cooper, Freddie                       1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Cooper, J. E. (Rev. & family)         2   2 AU     28    4      5 Were guests of Rev. Bingham & family this week  
Cooper, Thomas (Mrs)                  1  24 JA     31    4      2 Visitor  
Copeland, George W.                   1  24 JA     31    2      1 Commuted sentence  
Corbett, A. C. (child)                2   4 SE     11    2      1 Two year old drank from carbolic acid bottle, recovering  
Corbin, O. A.                         2  10 OC     23    1      3 In our city part of last week  
Cornell (Mr)                          1 42b JE     26    4      4 Uncle of John Simpson  
Cornell, (Atty)                       1  28 FE     28    1      3 In town  
Cornell, G. W.                        2   7 OC      2    1      2 Gave free silver speeches in Brock Sat. night  
Cornutt, W. S.                        2  15 NO     27    2      1 Placed in asylum in Lincoln  
Coryell (Mrs)                         1  46 JL      3    1      1 Attended Auburn meeting Saturday  
Coryell (Mrs)                         2   4 SE     11    4      2 Left for Kansas by wagon route for month-long visit  
Coryell (Mrs)                         2   6 SE     25    4      2 Returned from trip to the western part of the state  
Coryell, Geo. (Mrs)                   1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Coryell, George                       2  16 DE      4    1      2 Young folks enjoyed skating on his bayou Mon. evening  
Coryell, L. L.                        1  34 AP     10    1      3 Leased to buy & grind grain  
Coryell, L. L.                        1  46 JL      3    1      3 Has built addition to his elevator  
Coryell, L. L.                        1  46 JL      3    4      2 Has bought 29 car loads wheat at 40cts bu. for July del.  
Coryell, L. L.                        1  52 AU     14    4      4 Made trip to Kansas City this week  
Coryell, L. L.                        2  19 DE     25    4      2 Avey (Auburn) & Masters(Lincoln) have organ his place  
Coryell, L. L.                        2   4 SE     11    1      2 Has purchased Rev. Bingham residence  
Coryell, Myrtle                       2   6 SE     25    1      3 Resolution of mourning  
Coryell, Myrtle B.                    1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Coryell, Myrtle B.                    1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Coryell, Myrtle B.                    2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
Coryell, Myrtle B. (Miss)             2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Coryell, R.                           1  28 FE     28    4      5 Had news  
Coryell, R.                           1  38 MY      8    1      1 Business in Johnson Tuesday  
Coryell, R.                           1  46 JL      3    1      2 Made business trip to Auburn Saturday  
Coryell, R.                           2   2 AU     28    4      3 Made business trip to Auburn Wednesday  
Coryell, R.                           2   6 SE     25    4      2 Made business trip to Auburn Monday  
Coryell, R. (fam)                     1  28 FE     28    1      2 Had visitors Tuesday  
Coryell, R. R.                        2  10 OC     23    1      2 Piano sellers left elegant organ at Coryells this week  
Coryell, S. F. (Mrs)                  1  29 MR      6    4      4 Temperance union to meet at her home March 10  
Coryell, S. F. (Mrs)                  1  41 MY     29    4      3 Society meets at her home June 4th  
Coryell, S. F. (Mrs)                  1 42b JE     26    1      2 President, meeting subject is "Self-Control"  
Coryell, S. F. (Mrs)                  2   4 SE     11    4      1 Meets in her home  
Cowdery, Ben F.                       1  36 AP     24    2      1 Chadron bank failure  
Crease, C. M                          2  19 DE     25    2      1 Burlington switchman had fingers pinched in coupling  
Crist, J. C.                          2   4 SE     11    2      1 A record 20 rattlesnakes in one afternoon recently  
Croll, Moses                          2   4 SE     11    2      1 Awoke to find man in his room, man retreated hastily  
Cropsey, A. J. (Col)                  1  34 AP     10    2      1 One of first settlers in Lincoln  
Crudup (Dr)                           1  36 AP     24    4      3 Meeting and dinner at restaurant  
Crudup, S. H. (Dr)                    1  46 JL      3    1      4 Doctor  
Crudup, S. J. (Dr)                    1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Crudup, S. J. (Dr)                    1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Crudup, S. J. (Dr)                    2  19 DE     25    1      4 Physician & Surgeon  
Crudup, S. J. (Dr)                    2   4 SE     11    1      4 Physician & surgeon  
Crume, Charles                        1  49 JL     24    2      1 Deceased husband of Mrs. Hayden (Neibal) Roberts  
Culver (Dept. Commander)              1  42 JE      5    2      1 To deliver Memorial Day address May 30th  
Cuman, John (dau)                     1  24 JA     31    1      1 Sick  
Curfew                                1  24 JA     31    4      4 New law, 9 pm summer, 8 winter  
Currie (Father)                       1  29 MR      6    4      3 Announcement by minister  
Currie (Mother)                       1  29 MR      6    4      3 Lost husband recently  
Currie (Mr)                           2  11 OC     30    1      2 From Missouri, visiting friends & relatives last week  
Currie, Frank                         1  28 FE     28    4      3 Came from Clarksville, MO  
Currie, Frank                         1  28 FE     28    4      4 Survivor of John Currie  
Currie, John                          1  28 FE     28    4      4 Civil War vet, b Scotland 1824  
Currie, John (Mrs)                    1  28 FE     28    1      3 Card of thanks  
Currie, T H.                          1  34 AP     10    4      5 Ad  
Currie, T. H.                         1  28 FE     28    4      4 Survivor of John Currie  
Currie, T. H.                         1  29 MR      6    4      6 Ad  
Currie, T. H.                         1  46 JL      3    1      5 Clothing, groceries, "the best 50ct glove in the country"  
Currie, T. H.                         2  19 DE     25    1      5 Special prices ad  
Currie, T. H.                         2   4 SE     11    1      5 New fall goods  
Currie, T. H.                         2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Currie, T. H. (& mother)              2   2 AU     28    1      2 Moved into residence owned by Ike Smith  
Currie, Tom                           1  42 JE      5    1      1 Went to Omaha with A.C. DePue  
Curry, D. W.                          1  46 JL      3    1      3 Offers photo service, shop 711 Central Ave.  
Curry, D. W.                          1  49 JL     24    4      2 Ad  
Curry, D. W.                          2  19 DE     25    4      2 Ad by Pres. of Nebr. State Photo Association  
Curry, D. W.                          2   4 SE     11    4      2 Ad for photos  
Curtis (Dr)                           1  46 JL      3    1      1 Was in town Friday  
Curtis, Carl                          1  34 AP     10    1      1 Visited Talmage Tuesday  
Curtis, E.                            1  37 MY      1    4      4 To Omaha Sunday  
Curtis, Earl                          2   2 AU     28    1      3 Was up from Glen Rock Friday  
Curtis, Ed                            1  41 MY     29    4      3 Trip to Omaha this week  
Curtis, Ethel                         1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Dailey, Thos.                         1  28 FE     28    2      1 Killed by train  
Daitman, D.                           1  28 FE     28    1      2 Failed to organize lodge  
Damon, G. W. (Rev)                    1  37 MY      1    2      1 Retired from ministry, is auctioneer  
Daniels (Mr)                          1  49 JL     24    2      1 Drowned in Republican River recently  
Daniels, Rosa (Mrs)                   1  49 JL     24    2      1 Kansas woman died, was near-drowned in Rep. river  
Darby, James Mark (Rev)               1  37 MY      1    4      3 Preacher married Stone & Maley  
Davidson                              1  36 AP     24    1      3 In town Thursday  
Davidson, S. P. (Judge)               1  38 MY      8    4      5 Alternate to Republican convention  
Davis (Rev)                           2  11 OC     30    1      3 To exchange pulpits with Betts Sunday evening  
Davis, D. F. (Mr & Mrs)               1  37 MY      1    2      1 Heard small dau. ill at g-p's, Chattanooga TN  
Davis, George                         1  28 FE     28    2      1 Chasing wolf, horse broke neck  
Dean                                  2  11 OC     30    2      1 Someone stole key to his jail  
DeMotte (Rev)                         1 42b JE     26    1      2 Baptised 9 at the river Sunday  
DeMotte (Rev)                         1  47 JL     10    4      3 Baptised eleven persons Sunday at the river  
DeMotte (Rev)                         1  47 JL     10    4      3 In town Thursday  
DeMotte (Rev)                         1  49 JL     24    4      4 Conducted funeral for John W. Anderson Monday  
DeMotte (Rev)                         2  15 NO     27    4      3 He preached at Union Thanksgiving services Thurs.  
DeMotte (Rev)                         2   4 SE     11    4      2 In our city Monday  
DeMotte (Rev)                         2   4 SE     11    4      2 To preach farewell sermon Sunday evening  
DeMotte (Rev)                         2   4 SE     11    4      4 Conducted Mrs. Lutgen funeral, burial Lafayette cem.  
DeMotte (Rev)                         2   7 OC      2    1      1 Has been appointed to fill pulpit another year  
DeMotte (Rev)                         2   7 OC      2    1      2 Was on our streets Wednesday  
DeMotte, (Editor)                     1  28 FE     28    1      3 Provided information to the Champion  
Demotte, (Rev)                        1  38 MY      8    4      3 Went to Johnson for Odd Fellows event  
DeMotte, J. E. (Editor)               2   2 AU     28    1      2 In our city Monday on business  
DeMotte, M. (Rev)                     1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
DeMotte, M. (Rev)                     1  36 AP     24    4      2 Performed ceremony for Peterson wedding  
DeMotte, M. (Rev)                     1  36 AP     24    4      4 In town Monday  
DeMotte, M. (Rev)                     1  37 MY      1    1      1 In town Monday & Tuesday  
DeMotte, M. (Rev)                     1  37 MY      1    1      3 Minister married Whitman/Self  
DeMotte, M. (Rev)                     2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
DeMotte, M. (Rev)                     2   4 SE     11    4      1 Pastor  
DeMotte, M. K.                        1  24 JA     31    1      1 Advertised meetings at M. E. Church  
DeMotte, M. Rev. (Pastor)             1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
DePue                                 2   6 SE     25    1      3 Resolution of mourning  
DePue (Mr & Mrs)                      2   7 OC      2    1      2 Baby is quite sick this week  
DePue (Mrs)                           2  11 OC     30    1      3 Is much recovered from recent illness  
Depue, A. C.                          1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Depue, A. C.                          1  29 MR      6    1      4 Miss Rigs leaving position  
Depue, A. C.                          1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
DePue, A. C.                          1  29 MR      6    4      6 Ad  
DePue, A. C.                          1  34 AP     10    4      5 Ad  
DePue, A. C.                          1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
DePue, A. C.                          1  42 JE      5    1      1 To Omaha a couple of days this week  
Depue, A. C.                          1  46 JL      3    1      5 Clothing, groceries, "the best 50ct glove in the country"  
DePue, A. C.                          2  19 DE     25    1      5 Special prices ad  
DePue, A. C.                          2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
DePue, A. C.                          2   4 SE     11    1      5 New fall goods  
DePue, A. C.                          2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
DePue, A. C. (Mr & Mrs)               2  16 DE      4    1      3 Drs. Steward & Lorance say not diptheria, rumors untrue  
DePue, A. C. (Mr & Mrs)               2  16 DE      4    4      2 Their baby is very low, girl Clara is improved  
DePue, A. C. (Mr & Mrs)               2  17 DE     11    4      3 Parents of baby Alice DePue who died Dec. 8, 1896  
DePue, A. C. (Mrs)                    1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
DePue, A. C. (Mrs)                    2  16 DE      4    1      3 Her mother, Mrs. Duey of Missouri, to visit for some time  
DePue, A. C. (Mrs)                    2  19 DE     25    1      3 Her mother, Mrs. Duey, returned home to Missouri Friday  
DePue, Alice                          2  17 DE     11    4      3 11 month old baby died Dec.8, buried Lafayette cem.  
DePue, Clara                          2  16 DE      4    4      2 Is much better after being quite sick  
DePue, H. C. (Mrs)                    1  52 AU     14    1      1 Her brother Lee Duey here to visit from Troy, MO  
Derbolt (Mrs)                         1  41 MY     29    2      1 Court awarded div., restored name Mamie H. Kribbeler 
Derbolt, William P.                   1  41 MY     29    2      1 Appealed divorce awarded to wife  
Detrick, Jess                         2   7 OC      2    2      1 Promoted to railway mail dept. at Washington  
Devore, William                       2  11 OC     30    2      1 5 yr old boy set fire hay stack, destroyed barn, 30 ton hay  
Dew, J. S.                            1  47 JL     10    2      1 Paid $6,830 into treasury for Bush after bank failure  
DeWitt, T. (Rev)                      1  37 MY      1    1      2 Had baptised U.G.Huston in River Jordan  
Diedrick, Anna                        1  42 JE      5    2      1 18 year old jumped from moving train, severely injured  
Dillon, Bill                          1  47 JL     10    2      1 Kept his tavern open past midnight, fined $100  
Dillon, J. A. (Hon)                   1  24 JA     31    2      1 Ice house accident  
Dingee, Ruth (Miss)                   2  16 DE      4    2      1 Died at advanced age of eighty-six  
Dinsmore, J. W.                       1  34 AP     10    2      1 Board member  
Divelbiss (Mr)                        1  29 MR      6    4      3 To Auburn  
Divelbiss, Ina                        2  10 OC     23    1      4 Visitors during this month of school  
Divelbiss, Ina (Miss)                 2   6 SE     25    4      2 Visited friends in Julian part of this week  
Divelbiss, Ina (Miss)                 2   7 OC      2    1      3 Is sick with sore throat this week  
Divelbiss, Leslie                     1  28 FE     28    4      2 New pupil  
Divelbiss, S. H.                      1  28 FE     28    1      1 New resident of Brock, Sear's place  
Divelbiss, S. H. (Mrs)                1  34 AP     10    1      3 Taking dressmaking lessons in Auburn  
Diveldiss, Leslie                     1  41 MY     29    4      3 Ran a snag in his foot while fishing  
Dodd (Farmer)                         2   6 SE     25    2      1 Bunny shot at Farmer Dodd, without effect  
Dolazel, John                         2  19 DE     25    2      1 Wants divorce, wife ran away with man, not back 6 mos.  
Donelan, John A.                      1  29 MR      6    2      1 Court case  
Donze, Fred                           2   2 AU     28    4      4 Will press apples for cider Tues. & Friday for 1-1/2 c gal.  
Donze, Fred (twins)                   2   6 SE     25    1      3 Twin boys born to Mr. & Mrs. Fred Donze Sep. 16th  
Doody, P. F.                          2   6 SE     25    2      1 Injured foot doing railroad work  
Doolittle, Williams                   1 42b JE     26    4      3 Hat colt and steer killed by lightning  
Doris, Charles                        1  52 AU     14    2      1 Robbers unsuccessful in blowing safe  
Dorn, H. O.                           1  46 JL      3    2      1 Chased by bull, bull later dehorned  
Douglas (Mrs & dau)                   1  47 JL     10    4      3 Visiting friends and relatives here this week  
Douglas, (Mrs)                        1  28 FE     28    1      2 Visiting R. Coryell family  
Douglas, (son)                        1  28 FE     28    1      2 Vising R. Coryell family  
Dovel, O. P.                          1  52 AU     14    1      2 In town Thursday looking for items for county fair exhibits  
Drake, George                         1  38 MY      8    2      1 Charged with rape, had left, returned to face charges  
Drake, George                         1  46 JL      3    2      1 Broke out of jail first, caught, out on bail  
Draucker, Louis                       1  46 JL      3    4      2 In this city a couple of days this week  
Duboise (Councilman)                  1  52 AU     14    2      1 Hoover murdered him, were brothers-in-law  
Ducker, W. L.                         2  15 NO     27    2      1 University students overcoats were purloined  
Dudder, E. L. (Jr)                    1  52 AU     14    4      3 Examining bank, in town on Wednesday  
Duey (Mrs)                            2  16 DE      4    1      3 Mother of Mrs. A.C. DePue, lives Missouri, to visit awhile  
Duey (Mrs)                            2  19 DE     25    1      3 Mother of Mrs. A.C. DePue returned home to Missouri 
Duey, Lee                             1  52 AU     14    1      1 Here from Troy, Missouri, visiting sister Mrs.H.C.DePue  
Dulaney, A. L.                        1  41 MY     29    2      1 Burned in his house  
Dundas, J. H. (Hon)                   2   7 OC      2    1      1 Populist nominee for state senator was here Tuesday  
Dunkam                                1  37 MY      1    2      1 Found guilty of cattle rustling  
Dusenberry (Prof)                     1  36 AP     24    2      1 Teacher's institute  
Dwyer (Mayor)                         1 42b JE     26    2      1 To Battle Creek, Michigan, for relief of protracted illness  
Earnest, W. E.                        1  47 JL     10    4      2 His barn burnt to the ground  
Eden, Grace                           1  28 FE     28    1      3 Several from Brock attended  
Edward Bros.                          1  38 MY      8    2      1 Store robbed  
Edwards (Attorney)                    1  29 MR      6    1      1 In town  
Edwards (Mr)                          1  52 AU     14    4      3 Father-in-law of Lewis R----? in our city part of week 
Edwards (Sheriff)                     1  42 JE      5    2      1 Arrested Behrendt brother for threatening with a knife  
Edwards, Chas. (Mr & Mrs) (dau)       1  34 AP     10    1      3 Girl born Apr 9, 1896  
Edwards, Dora (Miss)                  1  41 MY     29    1      1 Will sing a solo at Memorial Day service  
Edwards, Homer                        1 42b JE     26    2      1 Adjudged insane, ordered to Lincoln asylum  
Elholtz (Mrs)                         1  29 MR      6    2      1 Gave $800 legacy  
Elialon, Harry                        1  49 JL     24    2      1 14 year old had head crushed, ear torn by horse kick  
Elmore, (Justice)                     1  28 FE     28    4      3 Presided  
Elmore, C. J.                         1  49 JL     24    4      2 To preach Sunday  
Elmore, Clarence (Mr)                 1  49 JL     24    1      2 Elmore of Talmage preached Sunday morning  
Elmore, J. H. (Justice)               1  24 JA     31    1      1 Case 27th  
Emery, M. L.                          1  38 MY      8    1      2 Subscribed to The Brock Champion  
Emery, M. L.                          1  42 JE      5    1      1 To Peru on business Monday  
Emery, M. L. (Mr & Mrs)               1  28 FE     28    1      2 Leaving Fairmont for Brock  
Emminger, (Miss)                      1  28 FE     28    2      1 Won $10,000 judgement  
Engles, A. M                          1  24 JA     31    4      3 Bought prop near courthouse  
Epler, John B.                        1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Epler, John B.                        1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Epler, John B.                        1  46 JL      3    1      4 Julian Elevator Co.  
Epler, John B.                        2  19 DE     25    1      4 Julian Elevator Co.  
Epler, John B.                        2   4 SE     11    1      4 Julian Elevator Company  
Epler, John E.                        2  19 DE     25    2      1 Farmer's accomplishments given, a champion  
Epley (brothers)                      2  16 DE      4    2      1 Each can husk & crib 120 bu. corn per day  
Eppler, (Mrs)                         1  24 JA     31    1      2 Has been visiting Mrs. Self here  
Erford, J. H.                         1  28 FE     28    1      2 Failed to organize lodge  
Ernest, Charles                       2   6 SE     25    2      1 He is sued for $10,000, breach of promise by L Garretson  
Erret, Joseph (Elder)                 1  28 FE     28    4      4 Pastor in Paynesville, MO 29 yrs ago  
Evans, H. E.                          1  49 JL     24    2      1 On Board of Directors  
Everts (Mr)                           1  38 MY      8    1      3 Shoe store robbed of 40 pair shoes Wednesday night  
Evertts (Miss)                        1  49 JL     24    1      3 Visiting the Young family this week  
Fairbanks, Warren                     2   6 SE     25    2      1 Hay stack burned  
Fanver, E. E. (Dr)                    1  46 JL      3    1      4 German language spoken in doctor's office  
Farmer's Lumber Co.                   1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Farmers Lumber Co.                    1  46 JL      3    1      5 All kinds of building materials  
Farmers Lumber Company                1  29 MR      6    1      5 Ad  
Farnsworth, A. (Rev)                  2  11 OC     30    2      1 Has been called from Dodge to serve church  
Farrar, A. W. (child)                 1 42b JE     26    2      1 2 year old ate concentrated lye, died.  
Faunce (Chief)                        1  42 JE      5    2      1 Arrested Sutton family for Lancaster County Sheriff  
Fauver, E. E. (Dr)                    1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad, speaks German  
Fauver, E. E. (Dr)                    1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Fauver, E. E. (Dr)                    2  19 DE     25    1      4 Physician & Surgeon  
Fauver, E. E. (Dr)                    2   4 SE     11    1      4 Speaks German language  
Feasters, M. J.                       1  24 JA     31    4      5 Hunters stopped at his place, had shooting accident  
Feiber, J. H.                         1  49 JL     24    2      1 Fire destroyed his building  
Fellows, Rush O.                      1  38 MY      8    4      2 Sent $500 to Denver, Co bank, bank bankrupt  
Fenton, Jeremiah                      1  29 MR      6    2      1 Traces of gold on farm  
Ferguson, Frank                       2   6 SE     25    2      1 Farmers boy injured by hay rake, is recovering  
Ferneau, Edgar                        2  10 OC     23    1      2 Public speakers at hall Monday evening  
Fields, S. H.                         2  16 DE      4    2      1 Sent lady in need enough fuel to last all winter  
Fisher (Mr)                           1  49 JL     24    4      2 In our city Monday  
Fithian, Thomas                       1  24 JA     31    4      5 Accident  
Foale, Peter G.                       2   7 OC      2    2      1 Husband of Susan Foale, recently buried  
Foale, Susan (Mrs)                    2   7 OC      2    2      1 Was buried on farm they settled forty years ago  
Folkner, William                      2  11 OC     30    2      1 Residence & household effects burned to the ground  
Fontana, (Prof)                       1  28 FE     28    1      3 Several from Brock attended  
Forbush (Grandpa)                     2   7 OC      2    4      3 Taken sick Tuesday, is up again now  
Forbush, Emma                         2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Forbush, Emma (Miss)                  1  41 MY     29    4      4 On sick list, now better  
Forbush, Emma (Miss)                  1  42 JE      5    1      1 To Fremont to attend Grand Chapter Eastern Star this wk  
Foster, Mike                          1  47 JL     10    2      1 Breaking bronco, horse bit hand, has broken finger  
Foster, Richard                       2   7 OC      2    2      1 12 year old shot bullet throught his hand while playing  
Fowler (young)                        1  42 JE      5    2      1 Drowned 3 days ago, body not found yet  
Fox, Egbert                           1 42b JE     26    2      1 Pensions granted to Nebraskans  
Fraitch, S.                           1  37 MY      1    2      1 Went to Atchinson to get stolen goods  
Freeman, Elizabeth (Mrs)              1  52 AU     14    2      1 Wants 5,000 from So. Omaha for injuries on sidewalk  
Freeman, Fannie B. (Miss)             2  15 NO     27    2      1 Frontier county woman is to get pension  
Freet, Arthur                         1  38 MY      8    4      5 Peeping Tom in jail for one week  
French, Luther                        1  24 JA     31    2      1 Small obit, 78 yrs,homesteader,b OH  
Friday, Helen                         1  34 AP     10    2      1 Child of 6 broke her arm  
Friday, John                          1  34 AP     10    2      1 Child of 6 broke her arm  
Frink, C. L.                          1  46 JL      3    4      3 Visiting sister Mrs. J. C. Chatelain this week  
Frink, Frank                          1  38 MY      8    2      1 Hit by lightning  
Fuchner, Duerig & Co.                 1  28 FE     28    2      1 Big fire loss 
Fuller, A. B. (Mr & Mrs)              2  17 DE     11    2      1 Celebrated their golden wedding anniversary recently  
Furgason, H. C. (Col)                 2   7 OC      2    1      2 Speakers at grand rally,at Hickory Grove school Oct 5.  
Furguson, H. C.                       1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Furguson, H. C.                       1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Furguson, H. C.                       1  46 JL      3    1      4 Julian Elevator Co.  
Furguson, H. C.                       2  19 DE     25    1      4 Julian Elevator Co.  
Furguson, H. C.                       2   4 SE     11    1      4 Julian Elevator Company  
Fusse, Rhinehart                      1  28 FE     28    2      1 Caught in windmill gears  
Gabriel, Julie (Mrs)                  2  11 OC     30    1      4 Couple remarried after being divorced a few years  
Gabriel, William                      2  11 OC     30    1      4 Couple remarried after being divorced a few years  
Gabus, Blanche (Mrs)                  2   6 SE     25    1      1 On the sick list this week  
Gabus, E. H.                          1  46 JL      3    4      3 Business trip to Talmage Thursday  
Gabus, E. H.                          1  46 JL      3    4      3 Blacksmithing of all kinds  
Gabus, E. H.                          1  49 JL     24    1      4 Has one good milk cow for sale  
Gabus, E. H.                          2  10 OC     23    1      1 Put up a windmill for Mr. Plager  
Gabus, E. H.                          2  19 DE     25    4      3 40 acres adjoining Benton Aldrich Fruit farm for sale  
Gabus, E. H.                          2   2 AU     28    1      1 Ad  
Gabus, E. H.                          2   2 AU     28    4      4 Repaired sidewalk in front of his shop this week  
Gabus, E. H.                          2   4 SE     11    4      6 Machinery, windmills, pipes  
Gabus, E. H.                          2   7 OC      2    1      3 A couple of families moved into his house near Odd F hall  
Gabus, Emil (Clerk)                   1  24 JA     31    1      4 Tax and licenses  
Gabus, Emile                          1  38 MY      8    1      3 Lot owners to repair sidewalks  
Gabus, Emile H.                       1  37 MY      1    4      5 New officers, met  
Gabus, Emma                           1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Gabus, F. A.                          1  41 MY     29    1      1 One of the new editors and publishers  
Gabus, F. A.                          1 42b JE     26    1      1 Only editor of The Brock Champion now  
Gabus, F. A.                          1  46 JL      3    1      1 Editor and Publisher, Vol 1 No. 46  
Gabus, F. A.                          1  52 AU     14    1      1 Editor and Publisher, Vol 1 No. 52  
Gabus, F. A.                          2  15 NO     27    4      3 Has 100 bushels of potatoes for sale, at 25 cents bu.  
Gabus, F. A.                          2  16 DE      4    4      5 Has 100 bushel of fine potatoes for sale  
Gabus, F. A.                          2  19 DE     25    1      1 Editor & Publisher, Vol. 2 No. 19  
Gabus, F. A.                          2   4 SE     11    1      1 Editor & publisher of The Brock Champion, V 2 No. 4  
Gabus, F. S.                          2   4 SE     11    1      2 Visited Julian Sunday, town has new 2story school house  
Gabus, Fred                           1  29 MR      6    4      2 Has the answer to math problem  
Gabus, Geo.                           2  15 NO     27    1      3 Left for Omaha Monday, intends to go to Lincoln also  
Gabus, Geo.                           2  16 DE      4    1      1 Left for Lincoln Mon. will attend college this winter  
Gabus, George                         1  38 MY      8    1      1 Home from school in Lincoln Friday  
Gabus, Ida                            1  29 MR      6    4      2 Joking reference to mice  
Gabus, Ida (Miss)                     1  34 AP     10    4      2 Called at school Wednesday afternoon  
Gabus, Ida (Miss)                     1  47 JL     10    4      2 Was pleasant caller at editor's office Wednesday  
Gabus, Jennie                         1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Gabus, Louis                          1  36 AP     24    1      4 Arrested in roadwork dispute, discharged  
Gabus, Louis (Mrs)                    1  24 JA     31    4      2 Visited Primary room Tuesday  
Gabus, Louise (Mrs)                   2   7 OC      2    1      1 Is reported being sick this week  
Gabus, Mary (Miss)                    1  34 AP     10    4      2 Called at school Wednesday afternoon  
Gabus, Mary (Miss)                    1  47 JL     10    4      2 Was pleasant caller at editor's office Wednesday  
Gabus, P. P.                          2  10 OC     23    1      2 Plasterer of new brick building, almost complete  
Gabus, P. P.                          2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Gabus, Paul                           1  34 AP     10    1      3 Drilling new well  
Gabus, Paul                           1  36 AP     24    1      2 Passenger on M.P. Monday to Auburn  
Gabus, Paul                           1  41 MY     29    1      2 "What the Champion would like to know" humor  
Gabus, Paul                           1 42b JE     26    4      2 Returned from convention  
Gabus, Paul                           2  15 NO     27    1      3 Visited Omaha Monday, bought a corn-sheller  
Gabus, Paul                           2  19 DE     25    1      3 Made business trip to Nebr. City Tues. via wagon route  
Gabus, Peter                          1 42b JE     26    1      2 Visited Auburn one day this week  
Gabus, Peter                          1  46 JL      3    4      5 Found handkerchief with 25 cents tied in corner  
Gabus, Peter                          1  47 JL     10    4      3 Drove to Johnson Wednesday  
Gabus, T. A.                          2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Gaffney, T. P.                        1 42b JE     26    4      2 RR wreck in Auburn Tues. morning, fireman killed 
Gale, Frank                           2   2 AU     28    2      1 Ran over 300 lb. hog while scorching at 4-minute gait  
Gallagher, John (Rev)                 2  11 OC     30    1      4 Performed Gabriel/Gabriel ceremony Oct 21 in parlor  
Ganble, W. O.                         1  49 JL     24    2      1 On Board of Directors  
Gannett, Earl                         1  28 FE     28    4      5 Receiver for insurance co.  
Ganz, George                          1  34 AP     10    2      1 Cash stolen from store  
Garber, Berdie (Miss)                 2  15 NO     27    1      2 Visited friends & relatives here Sunday  
Garber, Berdie (Miss)                 2   4 SE     11    4      2 Visiting friends & relatives this week  
Garber, Bertie (Miss)                 1  36 AP     24    4      4 Visiting at home Sunday  
Garber, Ed                            1  38 MY      8    4      4 Overcome by gas in well, fell and broke his neck  
Garber, Mae                           1  24 JA     31    4      2 Co-editor  
Garber, Mae                           1  24 JA     31    4      2 Chorister  
Garber, Mae                           1  37 MY      1    4      2 Editor  
Garber, Mae                           1  38 MY      8    1      3 Editor  
Garber, Mae                           1  38 MY      8    1      3 Chorister  
Garber, Mae                           1  41 MY     29    4      4 Commencement held at Baptist Church Monday night  
Garber, Mae                           1  41 MY     29    4      5 Visited news office  
Garber, Mae (Miss)                    1  36 AP     24    4      2 New editor  
Garber, Mae (Miss)                    1  36 AP     24    4      4 Attended church in Julian Sunday  
Garber, Walter                        1  24 JA     31    1      2 From TN visiting relatives  
Garber, Walter                        1  47 JL     10    4      2 Arrived Wednesday to visit for a few days  
Gardner (Mr)                          1  41 MY     29    1      1 Applied to teach $50 per mo., not hired  
Garlow (Judge)                        1  37 MY      1    2      1 To convene meeting of all state judges  
Garretson, Lulu (Miss)                2   6 SE     25    2      1 Suit filed for breach of promise against Charles Ernest  
Gash (Mrs)                            2  10 OC     23    1      4 Visitors during this month of school  
Gash, Jim                             2  10 OC     23    1      2 Lives 3 1/2 miles NE Brock, his sister Mrs. Dan Kinnison  
Gaskill, Ida                          1  24 JA     31    2      1 Murder victim  
Gasler, A. (Dr)                       1  24 JA     31    2      1 Vice-Pres. poultry association  
Gates, Arthur                         2   4 SE     11    1      1 Lived near Julian, died Saturday  
Geddes, Wm. M.                        1  37 MY      1    2      1 Republican candidate for state auditor  
George, P. S. (Dr)                    1  36 AP     24    2      1 Practices under direction of departed spirits  
Gerber, Mae (Miss)                    1  36 AP     24    1      3 Called at the newspaper office  
Gilan, R. M.                          1  36 AP     24    4      4 In town  
Gilbert, C. J.                        2  16 DE      4    4      3 Has all kinds building or crib foundation stones for sale  
Gilbert, C. J.                        2  19 DE     25    4      5 Building & crib foundation stones for sale  
Gilbert, C. J.                        2   7 OC      2    4      4 Has building or crib foundation stones for sale  
Gilbert, Charles                      1 42b JE     26    1      3 Barn struck by lightning, burnt to the ground  
Gilbert, F. C.                        2  15 NO     27    1      2 Thanked for paying $1 for subscription  
Gilbert, F. C.                        2  15 NO     27    1      2 Drove 31 hogs to town across railroad track, lively time  
Gilbert, Fred                         1  29 MR      6    4      3 Married at Peru 3/3/1896  
Gilbert, Fred J.                      1  29 MR      6    1      3 Married March 3, 1896  
Gilbert, J. J.                        1  37 MY      1    4      3 Sent car of stone to Plattsmouth  
Gilbert, Maggie (Miss)                1  29 MR      6    1      3 Attendant to brother's bride 3/3/1896  
Gilbert, Riley (Mr & Mrs)             1  29 MR      6    1      3 Parents of groom, Fred J. Gilbert 3/3/1896  
Gilbert, Riley (Mr & Mrs)             1  29 MR      6    4      3 Daughter is Mrs. Rich, Council Bluffs, IA  
Giles, Frank                          2  19 DE     25    2      1 Shot his finger off trying to shoot a wolf  
Gill, Arley                           2   2 AU     28    4      5 Died Aug 18 in blasting accident, Montana silver mine  
Gilland, Wm                           1  52 AU     14    1      3 Drove over Monday  
Gilman, Byron                         2   6 SE     25    2      1 Election bet made, loser to drink 2 ounces of castor oil  
Gilmore, A. D.                        2   2 AU     28    4      5 In town Thursday with business pertaining to Rue estate  
Gilmore, John E.                      1 42b JE     26    2      1 Attorney, has bought controlling interest in the bank  
Gilmore, Robert (Mrs)                 1  36 AP     24    1      2 Staying at home of W.E. Worley  
Ginn (Mrs)                            2   2 AU     28    1      2 Lives south of town, dangerously ill this week  
Gleich, P. (Mrs)                      1  42 JE      5    2      1 Is recovering, dragged 1 mile by runaway last year  
Golden, Andrew                        1  29 MR      6    2      1 Father of William Golden  
Golden, William                       1  29 MR      6    2      1 Threatened by Mark Burns  
Goldsberry, Newt (son)                1  24 JA     31    4      4 Sledding accident  
Good, Elmore (Miss)                   1  36 AP     24    4      4 Former resident in town  
Good, Jake                            2   7 OC      2    1      3 In our city Monday  
Goode, Martin                         1  42 JE      5    2      1 16 year old drowned in pond  
Gooden (Mrs)                          1  49 JL     24    4      3 Visiting friends here this week  
Goodman, Charles                      2   6 SE     25    2      1 Accidental fall may prove fatal  
Goodson, F. F.                        1  24 JA     31    2      1 On the board of poultry association  
Graham, Ben                           1  29 MR      6    1      2 Attended ball, won best dancers prize  
Graham, Jacob (Uncle)                 1  29 MR      6    1      1 Paid 1 yr subs. left for Oregon  
Graham, Jacob (Uncle)                 1  29 MR      6    1      2 To Milton, Oregon  
Graham, Jesse                         1  36 AP     24    4      4 Uncle William Clifton had visited  
Graham, Jesse                         2   6 SE     25    2      1 Took niece into his home from insane asylum  
Graham, Nannie                        2   6 SE     25    2      1 Had been insane, now at home of her uncle J Graham  
Graham, S.                            2  11 OC     30    2      1 Small boy & match set fire to his stack of hay  
Graham, Tom                           1  36 AP     24    4      4 Uncle William Clifton had visited  
Granger, Daniel                       1  29 MR      6    1      2 From North to South Brock  
Granson, J. F.                        2  10 OC     23    2      1 His large onion took first prize at irrigation fair  
Gray (Mrs)                            1  37 MY      1    1      1 Visiting Aunt Mrs. Villars  
Green (Dr)                            2   2 AU     28    2      1 Residence 3501 R. St. hit by lightning, badly damaged  
Greer, E.                             1  24 JA     31    2      1 On the board of poultry association  
Gregory, S. C.                        1  28 FE     28    1      1 In town Tues.  
Griffeth, Bessie                      2  10 OC     23    1      4 Not tardy during month  
Griffeth, Guy                         2  10 OC     23    1      4 Not tardy during month  
Griffeth, Ray                         2  10 OC     23    1      4 Not tardy during month  
Griffith, Ray                         2  10 OC     23    1      4 Absent 4 1/2 days with toothache  
Grimes, Etta (Mrs)                    1  28 FE     28    4      4 Survivor of John Currie  
H----, H. V.                          1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Haas Bros.                            2  10 OC     23    2      1 Had unsuccessful attempt to burglarize  
Hacker (Mr)                           1  36 AP     24    4      2 Children out of Brock school now  
Hadley, Jesse                         1  41 MY     29    2      1 Stole barn, lumber found in their cellars  
Hall                                  2  19 DE     25    2      1 Store burglarized Saturday night  
Hall, J. E.                           1  34 AP     10    4      4 Gold dirt worth $10 ton  
Hall, M. (Rev)                        1  29 MR      6    1      4 To preach Sunday  
Halstead, C. H.                       1  47 JL     10    2      1 Paid $6,830 into treasury for Bush after bank failure  
Ham, Charles S.                       1  28 FE     28    2      1 Atchison, KS man  
Hammond (Elder)                       2  16 DE      4    1      1 Auburn minister preached here Sunday morning  
Hammond (Elder)                       2  19 DE     25    1      3 Will preach next Sunday morning & evening  
Hammond (Mrs)                         2  19 DE     25    1      3 Mother Mrs. J. Wilson visited her Sunday  
Haney, John                           1 42b JE     26    2      1 One of oldest settlers died last week  
Hank's Bros.                          1 42b JE     26    1      3 Received a new steam engine this week  
Hanks, D. T.                          1  34 AP     10    4      5 Ad  
Hanks, D. T.                          1  46 JL      3    4      6 Woven wire fence  
Hanks, Dick                           1  36 AP     24    4      4 Paid for paper for Edward Hanks  
Hanks, Dick                           2  15 NO     27    1      2 Fell while in Auburn last week, in dangerous condition  
Hanks, Edward                         1  36 AP     24    4      4 Lives Wards Mills, Virginia  
Hannon, W. E.                         1  46 JL      3    2      1 Found extra horse in his pasture  
Hansen, John                          2   6 SE     25    2      1 18 yr old sent. 1- 1/2 yrs in pen, burglarized farm house  
Harding, Bert                         2   2 AU     28    1      2 New clerk at Campbell & sons, from northeast Nebr.  
Harding, Bert                         2   4 SE     11    1      2 Visited friends & rel. Oakland, Nebr. over Saturday  
Hardy, Elmer                          1  42 JE      5    2      1 Tried & acquited of shooting RR brakeman  
Harman (Mr)                           1 42b JE     26    4      4 Married Simpson & Berlet June 21, 1896  
Harman (Mr)                           2  11 OC     30    1      2 In town one day this week on business  
Harman, H. C. (Mr)                    1  46 JL      3    1      3 To deliver address on the 4th  
Harman, W. H.                         1  46 JL      3    4      3 In this city on business Wednesday  
Harmond (Mr)                          2   2 AU     28    1      1 In our city Friday  
Harrigan (Mr)                         2  15 NO     27    2      1 Fire destroyed residence of large family, no insurance  
Harrighen, J. J.                      2   7 OC      2    2      1 Low bidder for drain pipes in KC federal building  
Harris (Elder)                        1  47 JL     10    4      2 In town one day this week  
Harris (Mrs)                          1 42b JE     26    1      3 Has been sick, now much better  
Harris, J. E. (ex-Senator)            1  52 AU     14    4      4 Populist candidate for Governor  
Hart (Mr & Mrs)                       1  52 AU     14    1      3 Drove to Auburn Sat., daughter came home with them  
Hart, Amanda (Miss)                   2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Hart, Katie (Miss)                    1  47 JL     10    4      2 Was pleasant caller at editor's office Wednesday  
Hart, Katie (Miss)                    2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Hart, Maggie                          1  52 AU     14    1      2 Attended teacher's institute in Auburn for two weeks  
Hasbrook, Isaiah                      2   4 SE     11    2      1 Fire destroyed house, loss $3000  
Hasmer, Bessie (Miss)                 2  16 DE      4    4      5 Adopted name of Miss Ella Kinnison  
Hatch, Homer B.                       1  46 JL      3    2      1 Well known railway man died last week  
Hauptman (Mr)                         1  36 AP     24    4      3 Turned on new electric lights  
Hausmann, L. J.                       2   7 OC      2    2      1 Wife beater, has left town with suit of employers clothes  
Havens, W. H.                         1  24 JA     31    2      1 President of poultry association  
Hawley, Daisy (Miss)                  1  46 JL      3    4      3 Rally delegates at Tecumseh Tuesday  
Hawley, John                          1  34 AP     10    2      1 Died in field age 57  
Hawley, Richard                       1  49 JL     24    4      4 Lost fine horse this week  
Hawley, Richard (son)                 1  28 FE     28    1      2 Six yr old sick with lung fever  
Hayden, K. K.                         1  28 FE     28    2      1 Bank failure, assessment made  
Hayes, Freal                          1  38 MY      8    1      3 Out with mumps  
Hayes, Fred                           1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Hayes, Maud                           1  36 AP     24    4      2 Chorister  
Hayes, Maud                           1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Hays, Fred                            1 42b JE     26    4      2 Found & returned $5 to M. A. Henry  
Hays, Nate                            2   4 SE     11    1      1 Drove over to Julian Saturday on business  
Hays, Nate (Mrs)                      1  36 AP     24    1      3 Sick Monday night  
Hazard, Jack                          2  11 OC     30    1      1 Character in "Waif of New York"  
Hazen, I. M.                          1  29 MR      6    2      1 Appointed receiver  
Headrick, G. R. (son)                 2  19 DE     25    2      1 10 year old thrown from horse, has broken arm  
Heart, Berry                          1  29 MR      6    1      1 Left overland for Elkhorn Valley  
Hedge, Verne                          2  15 NO     27    2      1 University students overcoats were purloined  
Henderson, Walter                     2   4 SE     11    1      3 Man from Iowa in town one day this week  
Hendricks, Carl                       1  24 JA     31    4      2 Moving out of town  
Hendricks, Celia (Mrs)                1 42b JE     26    1      2 Leader of 5th Educational Day meeting  
Hendricks, G. W.                      1  52 AU     14    4      5 City confectionary store, bakery and restaurant  
Hendricks, G. W.                      2   4 SE     11    4      6 City confectionary store, bakery, restaurant  
Hendricks, G. W. (& family)           1  52 AU     14    1      2 F. Clare and family were helping with business affairs  
Hendricks, J. G.                      1  28 FE     28    4      3 Load of wood for paper subscription  
Hendricks, William                    2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Henninger, Joseph                     1 42b JE     26    2      1 His store robbed last week of shoes worth $100  
Henrichson, H.                        1  46 JL      3    2      1 Carpenter fell 75 feet, broke left arm  
Henry, M. A.                          1  41 MY     29    1      1 One of the new editors and publishers  
Henry, M. A.                          1 42b JE     26    4      2 Lost $5 on streets Mondy, was found  
Henry, M. A.                          1 42b JE     26    4      2 Went to Omaha one day this week  
Henry, M. S.                          1 42b JE     26    1      3 Has retired as Editor of paper, may join ministry  
Henry, Marcellus                      1  24 JA     31    1      2 Assisting the Champion this week  
Henry, Mike                           1  37 MY      1    4      4 Delivered sermon  
Henry, William                        1  47 JL     10    1      2 Cousin of Hugh Norton down from Omaha  
Henry, Wm.                            1  41 MY     29    2      1 Sent to state penitentiary for 10 years  
Herbson, Herb                         2   2 AU     28    2      1 Stepped on nail and hurt himself  
Hershey, Joseph                       1  34 AP     10    2      1 Acquited of killing dog  
Higbee, J. W. (Bro. & family)         1  38 MY      8    1      2 Entertained A. L. Ogden on Sunday  
Hilderbrand, F. A.                    1  52 AU     14    2      1 Fatal results feared from heat prostration  
Hileman (Mrs)                         2   6 SE     25    1      2 She and son & dau. here visiting friends & rel. this week  
Hill                                  2  11 OC     30    1      1 Down one day this week  
Hill, W. H.                           1  52 AU     14    4      3 On our streets Thursday  
Hillman, Sarah (Mrs)                  2   4 SE     11    2      1 Fire destroyed alfalfa hay worth $800  
Hilpert (Rev Mr)                      2  11 OC     30    2      1 Thrown from a horse, fractured bone in foot  
Hilpert (Rev)                         2  10 OC     23    2      1 Thrown from horse Sat. has fractured foot  
Hilton, (Mrs)                         1  28 FE     28    2      1 Pronounced insane, to go to Lincoln  
Hilyard, W. L.                        2  16 DE      4    2      1 Stepped on a rusty nail, is walking with a crutch  
Hindman, John (Mrs)                   1  29 MR      6    2      1 Accidently poisoned by husband  
Hitchcock, Ross                       1  38 MY      8    4      3 Farmer in area of wagon accident  
Hockley, Eva                          1  36 AP     24    2      1 Colored girl took morphine  
Hogers (Mr)                           1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Hoges, C.                             1  46 JL      3    4      3 Drove to Talmage Thursday  
Holcomb (Gov)                         1  29 MR      6    2      1 Received requisiton for Iowa resident Turnipseed  
Holcomb (Gov)                         1  42 JE      5    2      1 To be present at Old Settlers Picnic, Otoe Co. 6/11.  
Holcomb (Gov)                         1  49 JL     24    2      1 Issued extradition papers on Ritschel, to Missouri  
Holcomb (Governor)                    1  36 AP     24    2      1 Wants school funds to earn interest  
Holcomb, (Gov)                        1  28 FE     28    2      1 Asked for help by Atchison KS man  
Holdrege (Gen. Manager)               1 42b JE     26    2      1 Gone to Boston about Omaha union depot project  
Holenbeck, A. E.                      1  36 AP     24    4      4 In town on business Saturday  
Holly, Charles F. (Judge)             1  41 MY     29    4      4 Holly from Pueblo, Colorado to speak  
Holscher, C. Henry                    2  11 OC     30    1      4 Father of Clara Holscher, who lost part of her ear  
Holscher, Clara                       2  11 OC     30    1      4 Gate of corn-laden wagon fell open, thrown out, injured  
Hook, John                            2  15 NO     27    1      3 Kansas man is visiting his uncle Dr. Lutgen here  
Hoover (Mr)                           1  52 AU     14    2      1 Executed at jail for murder of his brother-in-law  
Hoover, Claude                        1  28 FE     28    2      1 To be executed  
Hopkins, G. D.                        1  34 AP     10    2      1 Officers for the year  
Horn, Charles (Mr & Mrs) (boy)        1  37 MY      1    1      1 Boy born Wed. 4/29/1896  
Horn, Chase                           2   2 AU     28    4      3 Attended old soldiers reunion in Lincoln this week  
Horn, Chase                           2   4 SE     11    1      3 Was an Auburn visitor Saturday  
Horn, Chase                           2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Horn, Elsy                            2   6 SE     25    4      3 Groom, married Miss Laura Sapp  
Horn, Elsy (Mr & Mrs)                 2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Horn, Lit (boy)                       2   4 SE     11    4      3 A boy born Sept. 6 to Mr. & Mrs. Lit Horn  
Horn, Lit (Mr & Mrs)                  2   2 AU     28    4      2 Baby quite sick this week  
Horn, U.                              2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Horrums, Stephen                      1  52 AU     14    1      3 His grove to be used for SS picnic  
Hosmer, Bessie (Miss)                 2  17 DE     11    4      2 Wed William Walker Dec. 7 in KC First Baptist Church  
Housh, Charley                        2  16 DE      4    4      2 Struck by hack in the dark in Auburn Wed. evening  
Housh, Manda (Miss)                   1  36 AP     24    1      3 Visited newspaper office Monday  
Houstedt (Rev)                        1  38 MY      8    4      2 Spoke to convention  
Houtchen (Mr & Mrs)                   2  10 OC     23    1      3 With son & dau., visiting friends & relatives here  
Howe, Church (Hon)                    1  36 AP     24    1      2 In town Thursday  
Howe, Church (Hon)                    2   7 OC      2    1      2 Speakers at grand rally,at Hickory Grove school Oct 5.  
Howe, Church (Hon)                    2   7 OC      2    1      3 Rally speakers here 7:30 Sat. night  
Howe, Fred A.                         1  24 JA     31    2      1 Accident  
Howe, Seymore                         2  10 OC     23    1      3 In our city part of last week  
Howe, Seymore                         2   7 OC      2    1      2 Speakers at grand rally,at Hickory Grove school Oct 5.  
Howell, J. A.                         1  41 MY     29    2      1 Residence destroyed by fire  
Howell, R. B.                         1  34 AP     10    2      1 Resigned from board  
Howland, Anna (Miss)                  1  34 AP     10    2      1 Officers for the year  
Huberle (Sheriff)                     1  49 JL     24    4      4 In town to find Phillips, caught up with him in Dunbar  
Hubner, C. M                          1  41 MY     29    4      5 Invite people from surrounding counties to attend  
Huffman                               1  38 MY      8    2      1 Sowing 200 acres of alfalfa  
Hulett, E.                            1  36 AP     24    1      3 Has oranges, lemons and bananas  
Hulett, E.                            1  41 MY     29    1      3 Ladies & children's trade solicited  
Hulett, E.                            1  47 JL     10    4      3 Left town Tuesday morning, whereabouts unknown  
Huletts, Emma                         1  47 JL     10    1      1 Has oranges and lemons, 2 for 5 cts  
Hullhorst (Dr)                        2  17 DE     11    2      1 Has lived same residence there for twenty years  
Hult, August                          2  10 OC     23    2      1 One of oldest settlers, hurt hand, died of lockjaw  
Hunt, James K.                        1  34 AP     10    4      3 Had been acting strangely  
Husten, D.                            1  41 MY     29    1      3 Having residence repainted  
Husten, Ed.                           2  11 OC     30    1      1 Cribbed 140 bushels corn in 9 hours  
Huston, Daniel                        1  37 MY      1    4      5 New officers, met  
Huston, Daniel                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Set salary of Marshall and Overseer of Streets  
Huston, Ed                            1  36 AP     24    1      2 Purchased buggy from Worley  
Huston, Ed                            2  17 DE     11    1      2 Had corn sheller unloaded for him at this place  
Huston, U. Grant                      1  37 MY      1    1      2 To lecture May 7th  
Huston, U. Grant                      1  38 MY      8    1      2 Spoke Thursday night  
Hutchison, James W. (child)           2   6 SE     25    2      1 Child drank some gasoline, died soon after  
Hynck, Joan (child)                   1  38 MY      8    2      1 Accidently shot dau., child will die  	
I. O. O. F.                           2  16 DE      4    1      3 Removed to Julian this week, will meet there every Sat.  
Iams, Frank                           1 42b JE     26    2      1 Shipped 2 cars heavy horses on Burlington to New York  
Ingalls (General)                     1  49 JL     24    2      1 To speak at August reunion  
Ingraham, Prentiss (Col)              1  37 MY      1    2      1 Ingraham writing bio of Cody  
Ireland Bros.                         1  34 AP     10    1      5 Ad  
Ireland Bros.                         1  46 JL      3    1      5 New livery and feed stable  
Ireland Bros.                         2   4 SE     11    1      5 New Livery & Feed Stable  
Ireland's                             2  10 OC     23    1      2 Is upstairs over the Livery Stable, place for good shave  
Ireland's                             2   4 SE     11    4      2 Barber  
Ireland, A. B.                        1  28 FE     28    4      3 To north of depot  
Ireland, A. B. (Mrs)                  1  38 MY      8    1      1 Was quite sick Wednesday night  
Ireland, J.                           1  46 JL      3    4      3 Drove to Talmage Thursday  
Ireland, James                        1  41 MY     29    1      3 To Johnson Wednesday  
Ireland, James                        1  41 MY     29    4      3 To Peru this week  
Ireland, James                        1  46 JL      3    4      3 Business trip to Omaha Wednesday  
Ireland, John                         2  16 DE      4    1      3 Visiting friends & relatives, his home now in Missouri  
Ireland, L. A.                        1  38 MY      8    2      1 Holders of chattel mortgage  
Ireland, W. (Mrs)                     1  49 JL     24    4      3 Sick this week  
Ireland, W. E.                        1 42b JE     26    1      3 For sale, new patent self-watering hog troughs  
Ireland, W. E.                        1  46 JL      3    4      3 Has new patent self-watering hog troughs  
Ireland, W. E.                        2   2 AU     28    1      3 Returned home from western part of state Wednesday  
Ireland, William                      1  29 MR      6    1      2 Back from Iowa to live in Brock  
Ireland, Wm.                          1  41 MY     29    4      3 Kicked by new cow when he tried to milk her  
Irwin, J. C. (Rev)                    1  29 MR      6    2      1 Resigned after five years  
Irwin, W. A.                          1  24 JA     31    2      1 On the board of poultry association  
Jackson, Levi                         2   2 AU     28    2      1 In love with same girl as Cecil Shaw, had fist fight duel  
Jackson, W. I.                        1  24 JA     31    2      1 Wants fire insurance company's license revoked  
Jarvis                                1  41 MY     29    1      2 "What the Champion would like to know" humor  
Jarvis, (Judge)                       1  24 JA     31    1      1 At Julian Thurs.  
Jarvis, Elmer                         1  36 AP     24    4      4 Lost young horse  
Jarvis, Elmer                         1  52 AU     14    1      3 Paid cash for 1 yr subscription  
Jarvis, Jennie                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Absent, has sore eyes  
Jarvis, S.                            2   7 OC      2    4      3 Having board fence built  
Jarvis, S. B.                         1  36 AP     24    4      5 At Auburn for county Democratic convention Sat.  
Jarvis, S. B.                         1  38 MY      8    1      2 Had two porches built on his house  
Jarvis, S. B. (Mr & Mrs ch.)          1  29 MR      6    1      4 Grandson scalded by hot water  
Jarvis, Squire                        2  11 OC     30    1      2 Married a couple who came to him from Nebr. City  
Jarvis, Walter                        1  24 JA     31    4      3 Very ill  
Jeffries, Henry                       2   4 SE     11    2      1 Careless handling of a gun cost his life  
Jenkins (Mr)                          1  37 MY      1    4      2 Groom, m last Sunday 4/26/1896 to Pearl Sigler  
Jennings (Mrs)                        1  29 MR      6    1      2 Society members to lunch by sled  
Jennings, Ed.                         1  46 JL      3    4      3 Rally delegates at Tecumseh Tuesday  
Jessen, Paul                          1  41 MY     29    4      4 To speak at meeting June 18, 1896  
Jewell, Bertha                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Jewell, E. M.                         1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Jewell, F. G.                         1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Jewell, F. G.                         1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Jewell, F. G.                         2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Jewell, F. G.                         2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
Jewell, Francis                       2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Jewell, Nettie                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Jewell, S. E.                         1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Jewell, S. E.                         2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Jewell, S. E.                         2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
Jewell, S. E. (& family)              2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Jewell, W. M.                         1  37 MY      1    4      5 New officers, met  
Jewell, Walter                        2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Jewell, William                       2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Jewell, Wm. (& family)                2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Jodrey, Fremont                       1 42b JE     26    1      2 Has been very sick, is slowly recovering  
Jodry, Fremont                        2   2 AU     28    4      3 Returned home to Ohio Thurs. made many friends 
Johnson, A. J. (Mr)                   1  24 JA     31    4      3 Overcoat stolen at church  
Johnson, H. C.                        2   4 SE     11    2      1 Caught 30 lb. turtle and 10 lb. carp  
Johnson, John                         1  49 JL     24    2      1 Eloped with Mrs. Clausen, left wife and 5 children  
Johnson, Ralph                        2   7 OC      2    2      1 Harvested 40 acres sorghum for hay  
Johnson, S. P.                        2   6 SE     25    2      1 Test results on sugar beets given  
Jones (Supt., Mrs. & dau)             1 42b JE     26    1      1 Guest of Osterhouts Wednesday  
Jones, (Prof)                         1  28 FE     28    2      1 Appt to Nebr City asylum for blind  
Jones, D. N.                          2  10 OC     23    1      2 Public speakers at hall Monday evening  
Jones, J.                             1  52 AU     14    1      2 Has guest this week, Hugh O'Neal  
Jones, J.                             1  52 AU     14    1      2 Daughter Mrs. H. Armstrong visiting this week  
Jones, John                           1  29 MR      6    1      1 Found matching mate for horse  
Jones, John                           2   4 SE     11    1      2 Went short way east for peaches, disposed of easily  
Karas, Martin                         2  11 OC     30    2      1 Raised sugarbeet over 15# is hanging in the bank  
Keeling (Dr)                          1  38 MY      8    4      4 Dr. bixed George Burgess son after horse kicked him  
Keith (Grandpa)                       1  34 AP     10    1      1 Preached there Sunday night  
Keith (Grandpa)                       1  29 MR      6    4      2 Gave school a talk Tuesday afternoon  
Keith (Grandpa)                       1  34 AP     10    4      4 Learned of son's death Apr 2, 1896  
Keith (Grandpa)                       1  47 JL     10    1      2 Has been on sick list this week  
Keith, (Grandpa)                      1  24 JA     31    1      2 Raising for syrup  
Keith, Frank                          1  24 JA     31    1      1 Cash subscriptions  
Keith, Frank                          1  24 JA     31    1      1 To Omaha  
Keith, Frank                          1  36 AP     24    4      5 At Auburn for county Democratic convention Sat.  
Keith, Frank                          1  41 MY     29    1      3 Returned from visiting family in Coffee County, KS  
Keith, Frank                          1  41 MY     29    4      3 Called at newspaper office  
Keith, Frank                          1  46 JL      3    4      3 Drove to Peru Thursday  
Keith, Frank                          1  52 AU     14    4      2 Delegates to convention in Tekumseh  
Keith, Frank (Mr)                     1  46 JL      3    4      3 Rally delegates at Tecumseh Tuesday  
Keith, William                        1  34 AP     10    4      4 Died in boiler accident, Brush Creek, WI  
Kelligar, W. H.                       2  10 OC     23    1      2 Public speakers at hall Monday evening  
Kendig, Earl                          1  37 MY      1    4      3 5 year old to live with aunt, Mrs Neilsen  
Kenedy, James (Mr & Mrs)              1  29 MR      6    1      3 Came to visit daughter Mrs. W.E.Worley  
Kennedy, F. A.                        1  47 JL     10    2      1 Committee formed to attract international convention  
Kennison, John                        1  42 JE      5    1      2 Reports a fly eating wheat grain in milk stage  
Kerman, Bernar                        1  37 MY      1    2      1 Is vigorous at 87 years  
Kieth (Grandpa)                       2  16 DE      4    1      2 Left for Chicago, to live with daughter there awhile  
Kieth (Grandpa)                       2  19 DE     25    1      2 Wrote that he is now visiting Rockford, Il, his old home 
Kieth, Frank                          2  10 OC     23    1      4 His picket fence torn up by Yont's frightened horse  
Kieth, Frank                          2  16 DE      4    1      3 Has paid for one year subscription  
Kieth, Frank                          2  17 DE     11    1      1 Carrying one of his hands bandaged, was poisoned  
King, Julius                          1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Kingen, George                        2  19 DE     25    2      1 In penitentiary for two years  
Kinnear, Billy                        2  15 NO     27    2      1 Toughs threw beer bottles at madame's house  
Kinneson, Ella (Miss)                 1  29 MR      6    1      4 Sunday School class party hosts  
Kinnison, Dan (boy)                   2  10 OC     23    1      2 Boy born Oct. 18 to Mr & Mrs Kinnison, she very sick  
Kinnison, Dave (Rev)                  1  46 JL      3    1      2 Up from Dubois this week  
Kinnison, Ella                        1  24 JA     31    4      2 Organist  
Kinnison, Ella                        1  28 FE     28    4      2 Organist  
Kinnison, Ella                        1  29 MR      6    4      2 Co-editor  
Kinnison, Ella                        2  10 OC     23    1      4 Visitors during this month of school  
Kinnison, Ella (Miss)                 1  28 FE     28    1      1 Left to live in KC  
Kinnison, Ella (Miss)                 2  16 DE      4    4      5 Rejected lover shot at her, story in KC Star newspaper  
Kinnison, John                        1  28 FE     28    4      3 Not guilty of larceny, no witnesses against them  
Kinnison, John                        2  11 OC     30    1      2 A new horse power unloaded for him Tuesday  
Kinnison, John (son)                  1  24 JA     31    1      2 Sick  
Kinnison, Matie                       1  29 MR      6    4      2 Chorister this week  
Kinnison, Matie (Miss)                1  46 JL      3    4      2 3 were pleasant callers at editor's office Wednesday  
Kinnison, Newton                      2  16 DE      4    4      5 Local man father of Ella Kinnison aka Bessie Hasmer  
Kirkpatrick, P. N.                    2  16 DE      4    2      1 Shot a deer that weighed 140 pounds  
Kjeldin (Mrs)                         1  37 MY      1    2      1 Injured seriously in buggy accident  
Knapp, Bob                            1  41 MY     29    1      2 "What the Champion would like to know" humor  
Knapp, May                            1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Knapp, R. H.                          1  24 JA     31    4      6 Ad  
Knapp, R. H.                          1  29 MR      6    4      5 Ad  
Knapp, R. H.                          1  46 JL      3    4      6 Barber  
Knapp, R. H.                          2   2 AU     28    4      3 Attended old soldiers reunion in Lincoln this week  
Knapp, R. H.                          2   4 SE     11    4      2 Attended Bryan rally at Lincoln Tuesday night  
Knapp, R. H. (boy)                    2  17 DE     11    1      3 Sad accident of little boy, fell & cut near eye by knife  
Knapp, Ray                            1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Konuke, Lewis (Mr & Mrs) (boy)        2  15 NO     27    4      2 Son born Nov. 26 at their farm home  
Kozek, John                           2   2 AU     28    2      1 Set straw stack afire, crawled in, shot himself  
Kraft, Fred                           2   2 AU     28    1      1 Visiting with his sister Mrs. Yochum this week  
Kramer, Anton                         1  41 MY     29    2      1 Murdered by John Schmidt Dec 1894, son-in-law  
Krashow, Minnie (Mrs)                 1  29 MR      6    2      1 
Kribbeler, Mamie H.                   1  41 MY     29    2      1 Court awarded div. to Mrs. Derbolt, now Kribbeler  
Lambert, William                      2  17 DE     11    2      1 Passing engines sparks burned barn and contents  
Lambertson, G. M. (Hon)               1 42b JE     26    2      1 To be speaker on July 4th  
Lammers, John                         1  49 JL     24    2      1 Fire destroyed his livery  
Lamoureaux, Myrtle (Miss)             1  47 JL     10    4      2 From Hamburg, Iowa to visit relatives here  
Langdon, Mike                         1  42 JE      5    2      1 Run over by train, died after legs amputated  
Lanham, Al                            1  46 JL      3    2      1 Mad dog bit his horses and dogs  
Lanrisitzen (Miss)                    1  49 JL     24    2      1 Was taken to insane asylum  
Lare, Dan                             2  10 OC     23    1      2 Paid cash for his subscription  
Lare, Nettie (Miss)                   1  38 MY      8    1      3 Made call on Intermediate room Monday morning  
Lare, Silas                           2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Lash, J. W.                           1  38 MY      8    4      2 Declined to sell horse "Pat L" for $5,000  
Latta (Dr)                            2  15 NO     27    2      1 Thieves stole winter wraps from his residence  
Lavigne, John (& family)              2   4 SE     11    1      3 Son in law accompanied Peter Marchands to Omaha 
Leftwich (Prof)                       1  42 JE      5    1      2 Campbells Big 10c Show Monday June 8th  
Leonard, Frenchy                      2  11 OC     30    2      1 Shot Paul Buehler last week  
Leonard, George                       1  29 MR      6    2      1 Thrown from wagon left wife, 6ch, from Oto, IA  
Lesser, J. O.                         1  36 AP     24    2      1 Applied for patent on can opener  
Levi (Mr)                             1  29 MR      6    2      1 5 thieves stole from his barn  
Lewis, Barney (Mr & Mrs)              1  42 JE      5    2      1 Lost 5th child from whooping cough, one girl left is sick  
Lewis, C. (Mr)                        2  15 NO     27    1      1 Has one hand in sling, was poisoned some time ago  
Lewis, Edward                         1  42 JE      5    2      1 Died from whooping cough  
Lewis, Robert                         1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Linquest, Nels                        1  42 JE      5    2      1 Thief stole money under his pillow, suspect arrested  
Lissman, Henry W.                     1  49 JL     24    2      1 On Board of Directors  
Liston, W. F.                         2   6 SE     25    2      1 House damaged by lightning  
Littlefield (Dr)                      1  49 JL     24    4      3 On our streets talking politics Wednesday  
Livingston, Ellen (Mrs)               1  28 FE     28    4      4 Survivor of John Currie  
Loboff, John                          2  17 DE     11    2      1 Pronounced crazy by county commissioners  
Lockwood, Alf                         1  41 MY     29    4      3 Had runaway with no damage  
Lorance (Dr)                          1  34 AP     10    1      3 Reports girl born to Mr. & Mrs. Charles Edwards April 9  
Lorance (Dr)                          1  37 MY      1    1      1 Dr. reported girl born to Mr. & Mrs. J.H. Moore  
Lorance (Dr)                          1  37 MY      1    1      1 Dr. reported boy born to Mr. & Mrs. Charles Horn  
Lorance (Dr)                          1  37 MY      1    1      3 Mr & Mrs Frank Whitman to live where he had  
Lorance (Dr)                          1  38 MY      8    1      1 Patched up fingers of Frank Sapp  
Lorance (Dr)                          1  41 MY     29    4      3 Removed snag from Leslie Diveldiss foot  
Lorance (Dr)                          1  42 JE      5    4      4 Had letter regarding army worms from U. of Nebr.  
Lorance (Dr)                          1  49 JL     24    1      2 Reported birth of Rue baby boy  
Lorance (Dr)                          1  52 AU     14    4      3 Speaker at large rally in Brock Saturday night  
Lorance (Dr)                          2  16 DE      4    1      3 Says DePue children do not have diptheria, Carl ch may  
Lorance (Dr)                          2   2 AU     28    4      3 Reb. Metcalf and family visiting, his brother-in-law  
Lorance (Dr)                          2   4 SE     11    4      3 Reported birth of Horn baby boy  
Lorance (Dr. & family)                1  52 AU     14    1      2 Brother-in-law Dr. B.H.Clark and family visited Saturday  
Lorance (Mrs)                         1  52 AU     14    1      2 Sister Mrs. Combs and family visited Saturday  
Lorance, (Dr)                         1  24 JA     31    1      2 Reports boy born to Vanwinkles Tuesday  
Lorance, (Dr)                         1  28 FE     28    4      3 A. B. Ireland moved off his back lot  
Lorance, (Dr)                         1  36 AP     24    1      2 Treating Mrs. Robert Gilmore at Worley home  
Lorance, B. F.                        1  46 JL      3    4      5 Doctor  
Lorance, B. F.                        2   4 SE     11    4      6 Ad  
Lorance, B. F. (M. D.)                2  19 DE     25    4      5 Physician & surgeon  
Lorance, B. F. (MD)                   1  24 JA     31    4      6 Ad  
Lorance, B. F. (Md)                   1  29 MR      6    4      6 Ad  
Lorance, B. F. (Md)                   1  34 AP     10    4      5 Ad  
Lorance, B. F. (Mrs)                  1  24 JA     31    4      2 Visitor  
Lorance, Bertha                       1  38 MY      8    1      3 Organist  
Lorance, Bessie (Miss)                1  46 JL      3    4      3 Rally delegates at Tecumseh Tuesday  
Lordell, Caleb                        1 42b JE     26    2      1 Pensions granted to Nebraskans  
Lorenz, Edward                        1  29 MR      6    2      1 Suspected murderer  
Lowrey (Dr)                           2   7 OC      2    2      1 Elected Pres. of medical society of Missouri valley  
Lutgen (Dr.)                          1  29 MR      6    1      3 To property north of town to make repairs  
Lutgen (Dr)                           1  34 AP     10    1      2 At Auburn Wednesday  
Lutgen (Dr)                           1  36 AP     24    4      5 At Auburn for county Democratic convention Sat.  
Lutgen (Dr)                           1  37 MY      1    4      3 Attended Jenkins/Sigler wedding in Talmage  
Lutgen (Dr)                           1 42b JE     26    1      3 Had runaway on way to Auburn Tues. No damage done  
Lutgen (Dr)                           1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Lutgen (Dr)                           1  52 AU     14    4      3 Attended republican meeting in Johnson  
Lutgen (Dr)                           2  10 OC     23    1      1 Guests Sunday were Julius Peterson and family  
Lutgen (Dr)                           2  15 NO     27    1      3 Has nephew John Hook of Kansas visiting him  
Lutgen (Dr)                           2  16 DE      4    1      2 His eldest son, James Lutgen, married in Winlock, WA  
Lutgen (Dr)                           2   2 AU     28    4      4 Had weeds cut in his yard  
Lutgen (Mrs)                          2   2 AU     28    1      3 Dangerously ill all week  
Lutgen, (Dr)                          1  24 JA     31    1      1 Reports girl born to Morrisons Tuesday  
Lutgen, (Dr)                          1  24 JA     31    1      2 Reports Carl Shultz recovering  
Lutgen, Ed                            1  36 AP     24    1      1 Campbell traded old evaporator bldg for dwelling  
Lutgen, Ed                            2  11 OC     30    1      1 Is on the mend, slowly  
Lutgen, Ed                            2   7 OC      2    4      3 Has been dangerously ill  
Lutgen, Ed.                           2  17 DE     11    1      3 Is able to be up town again  
Lutgen, Edwin S.                      2   4 SE     11    4      4 Son of Margaret (Porter) Lutgen, lv Brock area  
Lutgen, James                         2  16 DE      4    1      2 Married a young lady of Winlock, WA where he lives  
Lutgen, James R.                      2   4 SE     11    4      4 Son of Margaret (Porter) Lutgen, lives Winlock, Wash.  
Lutgen, Margaret                      2   6 SE     25    1      3 Resolution of mourning  
Lutgen, Margaret (Porter)             2   4 SE     11    4      4 Obituary, died Sep 6 age 62, leaves husb. & 3 of 4 ch.  
Lutgen, S. B.                         2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Lutgen, S. B. (Dr)                    2   6 SE     25    4      2 Published card of thanks  
Lyman, I. L.                          1  24 JA     31    2      1 Sec. of poultry association  
Lynde (Rev)                           1  42 JE      5    1      2 Review of Memorial Day service and sermon  
Lynde (Rev)                           1 42b JE     26    1      2 Was in Des Moines for convention Sunday  
Lynde (Rev)                           2  17 DE     11    1      2 Was in town Monday  
Lynde (Rev)                           2   7 OC      2    4      2 In our city Wednesday  
Lynde (Rev. & Mrs)                    1  29 MR      6    1      4 Sunday School class party hosts  
Lynde, (Rev. Mr)                      1  38 MY      8    1      3 Spoke to Primary room pupils Wednesday  
Lynde, Edna                           1  28 FE     28    4      2 Has 2nd grade certificate  
Lynde, Edna                           1  28 FE     28    4      2 Co-editors  
Lynde, Edna                           1  29 MR      6    4      2 Organist this week  
Lynde, Edna                           1  37 MY      1    4      2 Organist  
Lynde, Edna                           1  41 MY     29    4      4 Commencement held at Baptist Church Monday night  
Lynde, Edna                           2  10 OC     23    1      4 Teacher gives report  
Lynde, Edna (Miss)                    2   6 SE     25    1      1 Visited friends in town Sunday  
Lynde, Paul                           2  10 OC     23    1      4 Visitors during this month of school  
Lynde, W. S.                          1  24 JA     31    1      1 Advertising meetings at M. E. Church  
Lynde, W. S.                          1  29 MR      6    4      3 Minister  
Lynde, W. S. (Rev)                    1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Lynde, W. S. (Rev)                    1  28 FE     28    4      4 Funeral 27Feb1896  
Lynde, W. S. (Rev)                    1  41 MY     29    1      1 Memorial Day sermon planned  
Lynde, W. S. (Rev)                    1  41 MY     29    4      4 In town Wednesday  
Lynde, W. S. (Rev)                    2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Lynde, W. S. (Rev)                    2   4 SE     11    4      1 Pastor  
Lynde, W. S. Rev. (Pastor)            1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Lyons, F. W.                          1  24 JA     31    1      1 Cash subscriptions  
Lyons, F. W.                          1  28 FE     28    1      2 Leaves with family for Nevada, MO  
MacKay (Dr)                           1  29 MR      6    2      1 Refused patient Minnie M. Krashow  
Malcomb, (Mrs) (son)                  1  34 AP     10    2      1 Boy lost fingers in accident  
Maley, Anna (Miss)                    1  37 MY      1    4      3 Bride, married Ulric D. Stone  
Manderson (General)                   1  34 AP     10    2      1 Gave address at Grant's Tomb  
Mangon, C.                            2  16 DE      4    4      3 Committee member for programs  
Mangon, C.                            2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Mapes, A. (& family)                  2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Mapes, Lula                           1  24 JA     31    1      1 Felon on finger  
Mapes, Lula                           1  41 MY     29    1      3 Visited newspaper office since last issue  
Marble, John A. (Mrs)                 1  47 JL     10    2      1 A pioneer died at a ripe old age  
Marcellus (Mrs)                       2  10 OC     23    1      3 Is making some improvements on her house this week  
Marchand, E. (Mr & Mrs)               2   4 SE     11    1      3 Son & wife accompanied Peter Marchands to Omaha  
Marchand, Emile                       2   2 AU     28    1      3 Went to Auburn Wednesday on business  
Marchand, Emile                       2   4 SE     11    4      5 Only son of Peter Marchand, bride is Laura M. Bourlier  
Marchand, Peter (Mr & Mrs)            2   4 SE     11    1      3 Left Tues. to make their home in France  
Maronville, Charles                   1  38 MY      8    2      1 Barn burned in thunder storm  
Martin, G. R. (Mr & Mrs)              1  47 JL     10    2      1 Thrown out of wagon in runaway, wife badly hurt  
Martin, Grant                         2  16 DE      4    2      1 Elected county attorney and is father of girl within week  
Martin, J. J.                         2  15 NO     27    2      1 Barn burned, lost horses, hay, & grain. No insurance  
Mathews, E. T.                        1  34 AP     10    1      2 In town yesterday  
McAfee, James                         2   4 SE     11    2      1 Rattlesnake bit foot, recovering w/prompt medical  
McCabe (Bishop)                       2  10 OC     23    2      1 Lecture & fund raiser paid mortgage due  
McCann, Mike                          2  15 NO     27    2      1 Toughs threw beer bottles at madame's house  
McChesny, L. V.                       2   7 OC      2    1      1 In our city on business Wednesday  
McConnell, Robert                     1  38 MY      8    2      1 Former master mechanic, dead at age 70  
McCusick, May                         1  46 JL      3    2      1 "woman of the town"  
McDonald, Christena                   1  28 FE     28    4      4 Wife, widow of John Currie  
McElhany (Prof)                       1  36 AP     24    4      4 In town on business Saturday  
McFadden, Geoge                       2   7 OC      2    2      1 Gave horse as prize to Marion Zink  
McFarland, (Elder)                    1  24 JA     31    1      1 Spoke at Christian Church Friday  
McFarlane (Evang.)                    1  38 MY      8    1      1 Auburn visitor yesterday  
McFarlane (Mr & Mrs)                  1  37 MY      1    4      4 To have meeting Thursday  
McFarlane (Mr)                        1  34 AP     10    1      3 To Auburn Monday  
McFarlane (Mrs)                       2  10 OC     23    1      2 Mr. Moore & dau. visiting friends & relatives this week  
McFarlane, A. B.                      1  41 MY     29    4      3 To Nebraska City Monday  
McFarlane, A. B.                      1  46 JL      3    4      2 Preached Sunday night  
McFarlane, A. B.                      1  49 JL     24    1      3 Returned from Lincoln Monday  
McFarlane, A. B.                      2   2 AU     28    1      2 Lately vacated Ike Smith residence  
McFarlane, A. B.                      2   4 SE     11    1      2 Drove through town Friday, on way to Table Rock  
McFarlane, A. B. (Elder)              1  34 AP     10    1      1 Preached there Sunday  
McFarlane, A. B. (Evang)              1  38 MY      8    1      1 Baptised 3 converts Sunday  
McFarlane, A. B. (Mr & Mrs) (girl)    1 42b JE     26    4      2 Girl born last Thursday (June 18, 1896)  
McFarlane, Duncan                     1  24 JA     31    4      2 Visitor  
McFarlane, Duncan                     1  36 AP     24    1      2 Visited Thursday  
McFarlane, Duncan                     1  36 AP     24    4      4 Helping Youtzy  
McFarlane, Duncan                     1  52 AU     14    4      3 Here part of this week  
McFarlane, Duncan                     2  11 OC     30    1      1 In town a couple of days visiting friends & sweetheart  
McFarlane, Duncan                     2   4 SE     11    1      3 Will preach Sunday night  
McFarlane, Evan A. B.                 1  29 MR      6    1      1 Into house vacated by F. W. Lyons  
McGregor (Rev)                        1  46 JL      3    2      1 To hold ten days of meetings  
McIninch                              1  36 AP     24    1      3 In town Thursday  
McIntire, Robert                      1  24 JA     31    1      1 Speaker from Denver  
McKay (Mr)                            2   6 SE     25    1      2 His horse dropped dead in town Sat.,was hitched to cart  
McManis, Frank                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Began work in Int. room, formerly of Bethany Heights  
McPike & Fox                          1  38 MY      8    2      1 Holders of chattel mortgage  
Meaner (Mr)                           1  47 JL     10    2      1 House damaged by fire  
Mercer                                1  46 JL      3    2      1 Came from Washington this week  
Merchant, Emile                       1 42b JE     26    1      2 Went after his new threshing machine in Auburn Tuesday  
Meredith (Mrs and daus)               1  52 AU     14    1      1 Returned home last Saturday after two weeks visit  
Merrill (Mr)                          1  41 MY     29    1      3 Visiting daughter Mrs. Bingham  
Mesnet (Mr)                           2   7 OC      2    4      2 Cashier at Julian bank passed through city Tuesday  
Mesnet, C. L                          1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Mesnet, C. L                          2  19 DE     25    1      4 Bank of Julian  
Mesnet, C. L.                         1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Mesnet, C. L.                         1  37 MY      1    4      3 Drove countryside Wednesday  
Mesnet, C. L.                         1  46 JL      3    1      4 Bank of Julian  
Mesnet, C. L.                         2   4 SE     11    1      4 The Bank of Julian  
Metcalf (Rev. & fam)                  2   2 AU     28    4      3 In town visiting his brother-in-law Dr. Lorance Monday  
Metz, George                          1  29 MR      6    2      1 Accused of large-scale chicken stealing  
Meyer, Fred                           1  29 MR      6    4      2 New Primary student  
Meyer, Willie                         1  29 MR      6    4      2 New Primary student  
Mignery, E.                           1  28 FE     28    1      3 Left on his wheel for KS visit  
Mignery, E. F.                        1  52 AU     14    1      3 Assisting in Baker's harness shop  
Mignery, E. F.                        2  19 DE     25    4      2 Acting assistant postmaster this week  
Mignery, E. F.                        2   4 SE     11    4      2 Attended Bryan rally at Lincoln Tuesday night  
Miguery, E. F.                        1  46 JL      3    4      4 Acting for Postmaster Blair this week  
Millard, J. (Rev)                     1  28 FE     28    2      1 Going to quit ministry, practice law  
Miller, Edgar                         1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Miller, Edgar                         1  41 MY     29    4      4 Commencement held at Baptist Church Monday night  
Miller, Fred                          1  49 JL     24    2      1 Man hanged himself, was recently from Colorado  
Miller, Hattie                        1  52 AU     14    1      3 Planning SS picnic  
Miller, R. (Mrs)                      1  49 JL     24    4      4 Sister of Anderson, he had lived at her home  
Mitchem, Dave                         1  36 AP     24    4      4 Family pleased with new home  
Moffette, P. C. (Mrs)                 1  46 JL      3    1      3 Returned home to Plattsfield, Harrison Co. Mo  
Mondolph, L. H.                       2   2 AU     28    2      1 Kicked by horse, has broken collar bone  
Montgomery, A. C.                     1  42 JE      5    2      1 One of 19 incorporating beet sugar company  
Moody, Robert (son)                   1  34 AP     10    4      4 Ten year old hurt  
Moody, W. H.                          2   7 OC      2    2      1 Apple tree is growing second crop apples for the year  
Moon, Ed                              2  11 OC     30    2      1 Someone entered depot & took a suit, wife's articles  
Moore (brothers)                      1  47 JL     10    2      1 One brother shot other, fatally  
Moore (Elder)                         2  10 OC     23    1      1 Is away holding revival at Liberty, Nebraska  
Moore (Elder)                         2  11 OC     30    1      3 Will be preaching Sunday  
Moore (Elder)                         2  17 DE     11    1      1 Was down from Liberty Wed. returning next day  
Moore (Mr)                            2  10 OC     23    1      2 Visiting friends & relatives here w/dau Mrs.McFarlane  
Moore (Rev)                           2   6 SE     25    4      3 Performed Horn/Sapp ceremony, 3 p.m. Sunday  
Moore, (Elder)                        1  24 JA     31    1      1 Preached at Julian Sunday morning  
Moore, B. F.                          1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Moore, B. T. (Mr & Mrs)               2   4 SE     11    1      2 Son Clem hurt seriously while playing  
Moore, Clem                           2   4 SE     11    1      2 Little boy fell & has internal injuries  
Moore, Fred                           1  36 AP     24    1      1 Lost colt  
Moore, Fred (Mr & Mrs)                1  24 JA     31    1      1 10 Yr Surprise party  
Moore, J. H.                          1  41 MY     29    4      3 To Nebraska City Monday  
Moore, J. H.                          1  42 JE      5    1      2 Delegates to district convention Falls City June 3-5  
Moore, J. H.                          1  42 JE      5    4      3 To Falls City this week  
Moore, J. H.                          1 42b JE     26    1      2 Attending convention in Lincoln this week  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  1  28 FE     28    4      4 Led burial service Lafayette cem.  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  1  29 MR      6    1      3 Officiated at Gilbert/Boellstorff wedding 3/3/1896  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  1  36 AP     24    4      4 Left Monday to hold meeting  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  1  38 MY      8    1      1 Meetings having good success at Barada  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  1  42 JE      5    1      2 To Nebraska City to preach at Clark funeral  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  2  15 NO     27    1      2 Will preach farewell sermon Sunday morning  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  2  15 NO     27    4      2 Will move soon, will be pastor in Liberty, Nebraska  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  2  16 DE      4    1      2 Delivered farewell sermon Sun. leaves this week  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  2  17 DE     11    4      3 Conducted funeral services Wed. at DePue home  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Moore, J. H. (Elder)                  2   4 SE     11    4      1 Pastor  
Moore, J. H. (Mr & Mrs) (girl)        1  37 MY      1    1      1 Girl born 4/30/1896  
Moore, J. H. (Mr)                     1  24 JA     31    4      2 Visitor  
Moore, J. H. (Pastor)                 1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Moore, J.H. (Elder)                   1  34 AP     10    1      2 At Julian several days  
Mooster, Chuck                        1  38 MY      8    2      1 Guilty of rape, 2 years in pen.  
Morgan, (Mr)                          1  24 JA     31    2      1 New trial efforts  
Morgan, E. H.                         1  34 AP     10    2      1 Officers for the year  
Morgan, John V.                       1  41 MY     29    4      4 To speak at meeting June 18, 1896  
Morrison (Mrs)                        2   7 OC      2    4      2 Her sister Bertha Walker visiting from Brock this week  
Morrison (Professor)                  2  16 DE      4    4      3 Kansas professor to address new league  
Morrison, (Mr & Mrs)                  1  24 JA     31    1      1 Daughter, live north of town  
Morrison, J. (Mrs)                    1  38 MY      8    1      1 Sister Bertha Walker came to visit  
Morrison, J. P. (& fam)               1  52 AU     14    4      2 To Lutgen & Peterson's mill for situation  
Morrison, J. P. (Mrs)                 2   2 AU     28    4      2 Has sister Myra Walker visiting her  
Morton House                          2  10 OC     23    2      1 House open to public after repairs by Grand Isl. owner  
Mosier, Albert                        1  28 FE     28    1      4 Husband of deceased  
Mosier, Mary Victoria (Cook)          1  28 FE     28    1      4 Died Sterling, CO 21Feb1896. obit  
Moss, Dell (Miss)                     2   2 AU     28    1      3 Returned to her home in Missouri last week  
Mowrey, Laura                         1  52 AU     14    2      1 Girl, 12, sent to girls industrial school in Geneva  
Moyer, Fred                           1  52 AU     14    2      1 Killed by lightning  
Mugan, Mike                           1 42b JE     26    2      1 Young man left home suddenly to avoid marriage  
Muir, Grace                           2  10 OC     23    1      4 Present only two days this month  
Muir, Mabel (Miss)                    2  16 DE      4    4      3 Recitation planned for first meeting  
Muir, Maud                            1  52 AU     14    1      2 Attended teacher's institute in Auburn for two weeks  
Muir, R. L.                           1  28 FE     28    4      3 Subscribed to paper 1 yr in advance  
Muir, R. L.                           1  49 JL     24    4      3 His team went home driverless, no one hurt  
Muir, Rose                            2  10 OC     23    1      4 Not absent during month  
Murray, N. F. (Hon)                   1  49 JL     24    4      2 August picnic speaker from Missouri  
Mutz, Ad                              1  24 JA     31    1      1 Salesman  
Neal, C. F. (Sec.)                    2   2 AU     28    1      2 In town advertising fair Sept 22-25  
Neal, Chas.                           1  46 JL      3    1      3 Debated West on silver question Sat. in Opera House  
Neibel (Mrs Hayden Roberts)           1  49 JL     24    2      1 Had married Roberts 2 years ago, he killed her  
Neilsen (Mrs)                         1  37 MY      1    4      3 Nephew traveled alone from Des Moines  
Neiswanger                            2  19 DE     25    2      1 Store burglarized Saturday night  
Neitman, Henry                        1  46 JL      3    2      1 His vicious dog attacked Armstrong  
Nelson, George                        1  41 MY     29    2      1 Out on writ of habeas corpus  
Nelson, Lewis                         1  28 FE     28    2      1 7 yr old boy burned down barn  
Nicodemus, John                       1  29 MR      6    2      1 Penitentiary 15 months, stole cattle  
Nissen, John                          1  34 AP     10    2      1 German farmer took poison  
Noale, Oscar (Mrs)                    1 42b JE     26    2      1 Team accident,she & 2 child., mother thrown from wagon  
Northrop, Frank M.                    1  49 JL     24    2      1 On Board of Directors  
Norton (Mrs)                          1  37 MY      1    2      1 Caught fish in her sunbonnet  
Norton (Mrs)                          1  49 JL     24    1      3 Ladies met at her house for pleasant afternoon  
Norton, H.                            1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Norton, Hugh                          1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Norton, Hugh                          1  28 FE     28    4      3 Home seekers specials  
Norton, Hugh                          1  29 MR      6    4      3 Excursion tickets for sale  
Norton, Hugh                          1  38 MY      8    1      1 Brother John from Talmage came Monday  
Norton, Hugh                          1  38 MY      8    1      2 Attended Saturday night blowout  
Norton, Hugh                          1  41 MY     29    1      2 "What the Champion would like to know" humor  
Norton, Hugh                          1  41 MY     29    1      3 Train time table given  
Norton, Hugh                          1  46 JL      3    4      5 Train time schedule  
Norton, Hugh                          1  47 JL     10    1      2 Cousin William Henry visiting from Omaha  
Norton, Hugh                          2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Norton, Hugh                          2  19 DE     25    4      5 Train schedule  
Norton, Hugh                          2   2 AU     28    4      3 Special train to see AKSARBEN parade in Omaha Sep3  
Norton, Hugh                          2   4 SE     11    4      6 Time table for trains  
Norton, Hugh                          2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Norton, Hugh                          2   7 OC      2    4      3 Back at work after a month of rest  
Norton, Hugh (& family)               1  37 MY      1    1      1 Visited in Talmage Sunday  
Norton, Hugh (Agt)                    1  24 JA     31    4      6 Ad  
Norton, Hugh (Chairman)               1  24 JA     31    1      4 Tax and licenses  
Norton, Hugh (fam)                    1  28 FE     28    1      1 Had visitors Sunday  
Norton, Hugh (Mr & Mrs)               1  37 MY      1    4      5 Will meet Wednesday  
Norton, Hugh (Mrs)                    1  28 FE     28    1      2 Mother visiting  
Norton, Hugh (Mrs)                    1  34 AP     10    1      2 Able to be out walking today  
Norton, Hugh (Mrs)                    1  38 MY      8    1      2 Agnes Conlin had visited  
Norton, Hugh (Sec)                    1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Norton, Hugh,                         2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
Norton, John                          1  38 MY      8    1      1 Came to visit brother Hugh Norton Monday  
Norton, Pearl                         1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Norton, Stella                        1  34 AP     10    4      2 Attended Peru entertainment  
Norton, Stella                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 HS 36 pupils, Intermediate 46.  
Norton, Stella                        2   6 SE     25    1      3 Resolution of mourning  
Norton, Stella (Miss)                 1  28 FE     28    4      2 Visited parents in Talmage  
Norton, Stella (Miss)                 1  34 AP     10    1      1 Attended elocution entertainment  
Norton, Stella (Miss)                 1  37 MY      1    1      2 Had guest, Grace Conlin, visiting over Sunday  
Norton, Stella (Miss)                 1  38 MY      8    1      1 Spent Sat. & Sun. at her home in Talmage  
Norton, Stella (Miss)                 1  41 MY     29    1      2 School picnic  
Norton, Stella (Miss)                 1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Norton, Stella (Miss)                 1  42 JE      5    1      1 To Fremont to attend Grand Chapter Eastern Star this wk  
Norton, Stella (Miss)                 1 42b JE     26    4      3 Returned home Thursday  
Norton, Stella (Miss)                 2  11 OC     30    1      3 Tried to light gas stove in OF Hall, got good scare  
Norton, W. H. (Mr & Mrs)              1  28 FE     28    1      1 Visited Hugh Norton family  
O'Neal, Hugh                          1  52 AU     14    1      2 Guest of J. Jones this week  
Odd Fellows Hall                      2  15 NO     27    4      2 Edison's latest wonder, the Talk Machine, to play Dec. 2  
Ogden (Elder)                         2  10 OC     23    1      1 Former editor came to preach Sat. & Sunday here  
Ogden (Elder)                         2  10 OC     23    1      3 Conducted funeral Sat. for Mrs. Jerusha Robinson  
Ogden (Mr)                            1  42 JE      5    1      1 In town Saturday  
Ogden, A. (Elder)                     1  42 JE      5    1      1 Visited friends in Auburn Tuesday  
Ogden, A. L.                          1  24 JA     31    1      1 Editor & Publisher, Vol 1 No. 24, $1 per year subs.  
Ogden, A. L.                          1  29 MR      6    1      1 Editor & Publisher, Vol 1 No. 29  
Ogden, A. L.                          1  34 AP     10    1      1 Editor and Publisher, Vol 1 No. 34  
Ogden, A. L.                          1  34 AP     10    1      3 To Auburn Monday  
Ogden, A. L.                          1  37 MY      1    1      3 Family visited Falls City Sunday  
Ogden, A. L.                          1  38 MY      8    1      2 Filled pulpit for McFarlane in Crete  
Ogden, A. L.                          1  41 MY     29    4      5 Will soon move to Kansas  
Ogden, Benjamin                       1  37 MY      1    4      2 Absent Monday, not returned from Falls City  
Ogden, Louis                          1  37 MY      1    4      2 Absent Monday, not returned from Falls City  
Orth, T. P.                           1  52 AU     14    2      1 Former owners of Fullerton News purchased Sun  
Osborn, Lymas                         1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Osborne, Lum                          1  36 AP     24    4      5 At Auburn for county Democratic convention Sat.  
Osterhout (Mr & Mrs)                  1  42 JE      5    1      2 Delegates to district convention Falls City June 3-5  
Osterhout, A.                         1  29 MR      6    1      2 Sick  
Osterhout, A.                         1  34 AP     10    1      1 Preached there Sunday  
Osterhout, A.                         1  34 AP     10    1      3 Lost good horse  
Osterhout, A.                         1  36 AP     24    4      4 Left Monday to hold meeting  
Osterhout, A.                         1  38 MY      8    1      2 Returned from Barada Tuesday  
Osterhout, A.                         1  49 JL     24    1      3 To be principal of Brownsville school coming term  
Osterhout, A.                         1  52 AU     14    1      2 Attended teacher's institute in Auburn for two weeks  
Osterhout, A. (Mrs)                   1  36 AP     24    1      4 Visiting friends & relatives in Peru this week  
Osterhout, A. (Mrs)                   1  38 MY      8    1      1 Home from 2-week visit in Auburn  
Osterhout, A. W. (Mr & Mrs)           1 42b JE     26    1      1 Entertained Supt. Jones and family  
Osterhout, A. W. (Mr & Mrs)           1  46 JL      3    4      2 Spent Sunday in Johnson  
Osterhout, John (Mrs)                 1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Ovenden, A. E.                        2  16 DE      4    1      3 In town Thursday on business  
Owen, Jessie (Miss)                   1  38 MY      8    1      1 Visited at her home first of the week  
Owens, Jessie (Miss)                  1  24 JA     31    1      2 Visiting Dr. Lorance  
Owing, Bertha                         1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Owings, Nora                          1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Paine, (Mr & Mrs)                     1  49 JL     24    1      3 In our city Monday  
Palmer, E. M.                         2  11 OC     30    2      1 Resigned as postmaster  
Palmer, W. H.                         2  11 OC     30    2      1 Appointed new postmaster  
Parker (Mrs)                          2  19 DE     25    1      3 Former resident is here visiting friends this week  
Parker, Chas (son)                    1  49 JL     24    4      2 Boy cut hand badly on tin shingles while playing  
Parker, Pearl                         1  52 AU     14    1      2 Attended teacher's institute in Auburn for two weeks  
Parry (Adjutant General)              1  42 JE      5    2      1 Sent out 200 rounds blank cartridges for salutes  
Passwater, S. W. (Sheriff)            1  29 MR      6    2      1 Presented requisition to Governor Holcomb  
Patterson, J. (& fam)                 1 42b JE     26    1      2 Moved to Brock Tuesday  
Paul, James (Hon)                     1  28 FE     28    2      1 Beets, claims filed  
Paull, Peter                          1  49 JL     24    2      1 Beat wife badly, she refused to appear against him  
Pearson, J. E.                        2  10 OC     23    2      1 Man riding rails put off, legs cut off and he died  
Pearson, Marie (Miss)                 2   4 SE     11    2      1 Fell at picnic and fractured wrist  
Peck (families)                       1  38 MY      8    4      3 Wagon train accident with two families  
Peck, M. (Mrs)                        1  24 JA     31    4      3 Sold prop near courthouse  
Pennington, A.                        2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Pennington, A. J.                     1  36 AP     24    4      5 At Auburn for county Democratic convention Sat.  
Pennington, A. J.                     2  16 DE      4    4      3 Treasurer  
Pennington, Will                      1  47 JL     10    1      2 Here from Kansas City visiting his folks  
Pennington, Willie                    1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Peregoy & Moore                       1  38 MY      8    2      1 Holders of chattel mortgage  
Perry, Milo                           2  16 DE      4    2      1 Narrow escape, kicked in face by ugly horse  
Peterson, Fred                        1  36 AP     24    4      2 Groom of Mary Peterson, 4/16/1896  
Peterson, Iona                        1  52 AU     14    1      3 Planning SS picnic  
Peterson, J.                          1  42 JE      5    1      2 Looking for John Burkman to arrest him  
Peterson, John C.                     1  42 JE      5    2      1 Swede farmer in wagon team accident, recovery doubted  
Peterson, Julius (& fam)              2   2 AU     28    4      4 In town on account of serious illness of wife's mother  
Peterson, Julius (& family)           2  10 OC     23    1      1 From Lutgen's Mill near Talmage to visit Dr. Lutgen Sun.  
Peterson, Mary (Miss)                 1  36 AP     24    4      2 Bride of Fred Peterson, 4/16/1896  
Peterson, N. F.                       1  37 MY      1    2      1 A Dane, cut his throat but still living  
Peterson, Verna (Lutgen)              2   4 SE     11    4      4 Dau of Margaret (Porter) Lutgen, lv Lutgen mills,Talmage  
Phillips (Sheriff)                    1  34 AP     10    2      1 Buggy stolen  
Phillips, E. B.                       2  11 OC     30    1      1 "Waif of New York" actor  
Phillips, E. B.                       2  11 OC     30    1      2 Hired to put on play by band  
Phillips, E. C.                       2  19 DE     25    2      1 Post office election, vote counted  
Phillips, Ike                         1  49 JL     24    4      4 Arrested for stealing from a school house  
Phillips, Jesse (Mrs)                 2  19 DE     25    2      1 Post office election, vote counted  
Picken, O. R.                         1 42b JE     26    4      2 Barn struck by lightning, burned, damage $300, ins $150  
Piper, (Rev)                          1  36 AP     24    1      3 Visiting around Brock  
Piper, Geo.                           1  29 MR      6    1      2 To Jefferson county to farm this year  
Piute Bill                            2   2 AU     28    2      1 Singing pilgrim is curious cuss  
Pixley, Maud                          2   2 AU     28    1      1 On sick list this week  
Pixley, Zede                          2   7 OC      2    1      3 On the mend, will be able to be up again soon  
Pixly, Zede                           2   6 SE     25    1      1 Dangerously sick this week  
Plager (Mr)                           2  10 OC     23    1      1 Lives 3 miles north of Brock, has new windmill  
Plager, John                          1  49 JL     24    1      1 Left Monday for Arkansas  
Pollard, J. A. (Dr)                   2  15 NO     27    2      1 Appointed examining surgeon  
Porter, Charles                       2   2 AU     28    4      3 R. VanWinkle moved into his residence  
Porter, Isabelle                      2   4 SE     11    4      4 Mother of Margaret (Porter) Lutgen, deceased  
Porter, James                         2   4 SE     11    4      4 Father of Margaret (Porter) Lutgen, deceased  
Porter, Sherman                       2   4 SE     11    2      1 Hunter accidently shot 14 yr old, not injured seriously  
Porter, W. B. Jr.                     1 42b JE     26    2      1 New appointment in Cass County  
Pratt (Mrs & dau)                     1  47 JL     10    4      3 Visiting Mr. & Mrs. Brown this week  
Pratt, Wm.                            2   2 AU     28    4      3 Attended old soldiers reunion in Lincoln this week  
R----?, Lewis                         1  52 AU     14    4      3 His father-in-law is Mr. Edwards  
Raber, Lew W.                         1  47 JL     10    2      1 Committee formed to attract international convention  
Raker, (Mrs)                          1  24 JA     31    4      2 Sister of Jay Bailey  
Raker, C.                             1  41 MY     29    4      5 Sister Cora Raker from Elmwood visiting him  
Raker, C. I.                          1  29 MR      6    1      2 Into Graham property  
Raker, C. I.                          1  34 AP     10    1      3 Purchased shoe shop  
Raker, C. I.                          2  15 NO     27    4      3 Is taking 2 week absence, back Dec. 5 for shoe work  
Raker, C. I.                          2  17 DE     11    1      3 Returned Sun. from Missouri, Kansas, east. Nebr
Raker, C. I. (Mrs)                    2  17 DE     11    1      2 Returned Wed., visited friends & relatives in Elmwood  
Raker, Cora (Miss)                    1  41 MY     29    4      5 Here to visit brother, C. Raker  
Ramsey (Judge)                        1  41 MY     29    2      1 Sentenced John Schmidt to 25 years hard labor  
Ramsey (Judge)                        1  47 JL     10    2      1 Has been ill, is recovering  
Rankin, Henry                         1  46 JL      3    4      3 US Revenue officers arrested him for making beer  
Rawlins                               1  38 MY      8    2      1 Sowing 200 acres of alfalfa  
Read, George                          1  46 JL      3    2      1 Mad dog shot at his farm  
Redding (Rev)                         1  47 JL     10    1      2 Gave sermon the 4th & Sunday. Plans Talmage revival.  
Redding, J. C. (Rev)                  1  49 JL     24    1      3 Large crowd heard lecture Tuesday night  
Redding, Jonathan (Rev)               1  52 AU     14    2      1 Evangelist to hold 2 weeks of meetings  
Redmond (Miss)                        1  41 MY     29    4      5 Sister of Prof. Redmond visiting this week  
Redmond (Prof)                        1  41 MY     29    1      2 School picnic  
Redmond (Prof)                        1  41 MY     29    4      5 Sister of Prof. Redmond visiting this week  
Redmond, W. D.                        1  36 AP     24    4      5 At Auburn for county Democratic convention Sat.  
Redmond, W. D.                        1  37 MY      1    1      2 On program at teacher's assn. meeting  
Redmond, W. D.                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 Teacher, reported attendance figures and names  
Redmond, W. D.                        1  38 MY      8    1      2 Visited friends in Riverton, Iowa Sat. & Sunday  
Redmond, W. D. (Prof.)                2  17 DE     11    1      2 Visited friends & relatives several days this week there  
Reeves, Mary E. (Mrs)                 1  24 JA     31    2      1 Robbery victim  
Reichers, H.                          1  52 AU     14    1      2 In our city Tuesday on business  
Reid (Judge)                          1  52 AU     14    2      1 Sent 12 yr old to industrial school on father's testimony  
Reinhart, Geo.                        2   2 AU     28    4      4 SS picnic was held in his grove  
Rema, Warren                          1  28 FE     28    2      1 Caught killing a beef  
Remns, Lula                           2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Remy (Sheriff)                        2   7 OC      2    2      1 Finds cattle are dying from Texas fever  
Resbet, Robinson (child)              2  10 OC     23    2      1 Child swallow morphine tablet, Dr. saved after 8 hours  
Reynolds, Jonas                       2  19 DE     25    2      1 Complaint dismissed regarding Kingen & Winnegar crime  
Reynolds, W. C.                       2  17 DE     11    1      3 Ad for cut price sale  
Rich (Mrs)                            1  29 MR      6    4      3 Dau of Mr. & Mrs. Riley Gilbert lvs Council Bluffs  
Richards, Ed                          1  28 FE     28    2      1 Two men who caught thieves  
Richardson, I. O.                     1  49 JL     24    2      1 On Board of Directors  
Richardson, Thomas                    2   4 SE     11    2      1 Three cows died in one afternoon of unknown cause  
Ricker, A. H.                         2   7 OC      2    2      1 Has raised excellent clover on bottom land  
Rigs, Lizzie (Miss)                   1  29 MR      6    1      4 To leave for Hebron, Nebr.  
Rine, Phillip                         2  16 DE      4    2      1 To fatten 6,000 head of sheep for eastern markets  
Risher, A. I.                         2  15 NO     27    2      1 Kicked in mouth by horse he struck, lost teeth & temper  
Risser, L.                            2   2 AU     28    1      1 In town Wednesday on business  
Ritschel, Julius R.                   1  49 JL     24    2      1 To be returned to Missouri on grand larceny charges  
Roberts, Hayden                       1  49 JL     24    2      1 Killed wife, then shot himself  
Roberts, J. F.                        1  47 JL     10    2      1 Paid $6,830 into treasury for Bush after bank failure  
Robertson, Bert                       1  36 AP     24    4      2 Had to quit school to help on farm  
Robertson, S. P.                      2  15 NO     27    1      3 President of newly organized league, to meet weekly  
Robertson, S. P.                      2  16 DE      4    4      3 President of organization, first meeting Dec. 12th  
Robertson, S. P.                      2   4 SE     11    4      3 Referee  
Robertson, S. P. (& family)           2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Robertson, S. P. (& son)              2  17 DE     11    1      1 Were Omaha visitors Wednesday  
Robertson, S. P. (Mrs)                1  37 MY      1    1      1 Left for Danville, IL to visit relatives & friends  
Robertson, Simon                      2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Robertson, Simon (Mrs & dau)          1  42 JE      5    1      1 To Peru,attend commencement at State Normal School  
Robertson, Simon P. (Hon)             1  42 JE      5    1      1 To Peru,attend commencement at State Normal School  
Robinsoil, A.                         1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Robinson, Fae (Miss)                  1  34 AP     10    4      2 Called at school  
Robinson, Fay (Miss)                  1  46 JL      3    4      2 3 were pleasant callers at editor's office Wednesday  
Robinson, Jerusha (Mrs)               2  10 OC     23    1      3 Died Oct. 16, aged 90, our sympathy to children  
Robison, S. P.                        1  36 AP     24    1      1 Involved in old evap. bldg & dwelling trade  
Roe, E.                               2   7 OC      2    4      3 In town visiting relatives this week  
Roe, Ella Young (Mrs)                 1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Rogers, A. E. (Mr & Mrs)              2   7 OC      2    1      2 Guests of Ben Bunn & wife, accompanied by her sister  
Rogers, C.                            1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Rose (Mr)                             1  52 AU     14    2      1 Rancher who lost 85 cattle to thieves  
Rubendall, W. H.                      2  19 DE     25    1      4 Blacksmith  
Rubendall, W. M.                      1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Rubendall, W. M.                      1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Rubendall, W. M.                      1  46 JL      3    1      4 Blacksmith, horseshoeing and wagon work  
Rubendall, W. M.                      2   4 SE     11    1      4 Blacksmith, horseshoeing and wagon work  
Rudd, Len                             1  37 MY      1    2      1 Arrested by US authorities, opened other's mail  
Rue                                   2  10 OC     23    1      2 Estate sold at public auction Oct 12, Rue boys bought it  
Rue, Andrew                           1  29 MR      6    1      2 Purchased Samuel Bowers residence  
Rue, Andrew                           2  19 DE     25    4      2 Lost fine horse Tuesday  
Rue, Cora                             1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Rue, Enoch (Mrs and ch)               1  37 MY      1    4      3 Attended service in Julian U.B. Church Sunday  
Rue, H. E. (Mrs)                      1  49 JL     24    4      2 Store closed except Saturdays in August  
Rue, Joseph                           2   4 SE     11    4      3 Partition sale Oct. 12, at 1 p.m.  
Rue, L. E.                            2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Rue, Lewis                            2   4 SE     11    4      3 Partition sale Oct. 12, at 1 p.m.  
Rue, Louis (boy)                      1  49 JL     24    1      2 Born to Mr. & Mrs. Rue last Monday  
Rue, M. E.                            2  19 DE     25    4      3 Closing out winter stock now  
Rue, M. E. (Mrs)                      1  24 JA     31    1      2 Ad  
Rue, M. E. (Mrs)                      1  36 AP     24    1      2 Has new goods  
Rue, M. E. (Mrs)                      2   6 SE     25    1      2 Her store is the place to buy your fall hat  
Rue, M. E. (Mrs)                      2   7 OC      2    4      4 Fall and winter millinery available  
Rue, Nellie (Mrs)                     2   7 OC      2    1      2 Is on sick list this week  
Runkles, W. A.                        1  47 JL     10    2      1 Committee formed to attract international convention  
Rutledge, Geo (& fam)                 1  49 JL     24    1      2 Drove over on day this week  
Rutledge, Geo.                        2   4 SE     11    4      3 Has been added to subscriber list  
Ryan, Peter                           2  17 DE     11    2      1 Lost 35 head of steers from eating corn stalks  
Sapp, Becca (Mrs)                     1  28 FE     28    4      4 Survivor of John Currie  
Sapp, C. (Mr & Mrs)                   2   6 SE     25    4      3 Parents of bride, held wedding at their home  
Sapp, Frank                           1  38 MY      8    1      1 Hurt hand in cornpicker, in to see Dr. Lorance  
Sapp, Frank                           2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Sapp, G. A.                           2  10 OC     23    1      1 Paid cash for his subscription  
Sapp, Geo.                            1  24 JA     31    1      1 Sick  
Sapp, Laura                           2   6 SE     25    4      3 Bride, married Elsy Horn  
Savidge, G. W. (Rev) (child)          1  46 JL      3    2      1 2 year old child choked on collar button Sunday morning 
Saybrook, J. W. (Rev)                 1  24 JA     31    2      1 On the board of poultry association  
Schellenberger, L.                    1  34 AP     10    2      1 Dog shot  
Scherer (Mrs)                         1  36 AP     24    2      1 Hung herself  
Schmalzer (Mr)                        2   7 OC      2    2      1 Digging well by school, hit gas at 80 feet  
Schmidt, John                         1  41 MY     29    2      1 Murdered father-in-law Anton Kramer Dec 1894  
Schott, Solomon                       1  29 MR      6    2      1 Upset wagon accident  
Schultz, Carl                         1  34 AP     10    4      5 In town Tuesday  
Schuster (Miss)                       1  47 JL     10    2      1 Followed 2nd Inf. from Ft. Omaha, returned to parents  
Schwartz, C. H.                       2  17 DE     11    4      2 Awaiting trial in KC, shot Miss Bessie Hosmer  
Scott (Miss)                          1  49 JL     24    1      2 Gave Sunday evening service  
Scott, Anna                           1  29 MR      6    1      4 Sunday School class party hosts  
Scott, Anna (Miss)                    1  28 FE     28    4      3 Preached sermon  
Scott, Anna (Miss)                    1  37 MY      1    4      3 Gave temperence address in Johnson  
Scott, Anna (Miss)                    1 42b JE     26    1      2 Gave sermon Sunday  
Scott, Anna (Miss)                    2   6 SE     25    1      1 Preached Sunday morning  
Scrimsher, Latt (Mr & Mrs, boy)       1  36 AP     24    1      2 Boy born Thursday 4/23/1896  
Sears (Grandma)                       1  29 MR      6    4      3 Announcement by minister  
Sebol (Mr)                            2  10 OC     23    1      3 Friend of editor, spending most of week in our city  
Seifert, Ed                           2  16 DE      4    2      1 Lost house & contents by fire  
Seizler, Bessie (Miss)                1  46 JL      3    1      1 Visiting friend Minnie Berlet  
Self, (Mrs)                           1  24 JA     31    1      2 Mrs. Eppler has been visiting her  
Self, Edith (Miss)                    1  37 MY      1    1      3 Bride of Frank Whitman  
Self, Sarah (Mrs)                     1  37 MY      1    1      3 Mother of bride  
Setzer (Mrs)                          1  37 MY      1    1      1 Visited mother, Mrs. Ed. Thomas Sunday  
Setzer, Rolly                         2   7 OC      2    1      1 Wove a wire fence around fathers residence this week  
Setzer, V. (Mr)                       2  19 DE     25    1      3 Former Brock postmaster down Sat. evening  
Seymour, C. W.                        1  41 MY     29    4      4 To speak at meeting June 18, 1896  
Seymour, C. W.                        1  41 MY     29    4      5 Invite people from surrounding counties to attend  
Shaffer, George                       1  42 JE      5    2      1 6 year old fell against sharp nail in hay loft play  
Shaw, Cecil                           2   2 AU     28    2      1 In love with same girl as Levi Jackson, had fist fight duel  
Sheldon, C. W.                        1  28 FE     28    2      1 153 acres on Sheriff sale  
Shepherd, C. M. (Mrs)                 2   7 OC      2    2      1 Reception by ladies of P.E.O. society of Hastings Sat.  
Shepherd, N. H. (Mrs)                 2   4 SE     11    2      1 Burglars stole goods & money from store  
Shepley, Effie                        1  52 AU     14    1      2 Attended teacher's institute in Auburn for two weeks  
Sheriff                               1  36 AP     24    1      4 Arrested roadworker Gabus  
Shipley (Mrs)                         2  16 DE      4    4      2 Returned from Iowa visit Sat., her parents 70 and 87 
Shipley, (Miss)                       1  28 FE     28    4      2 Visitor  
Shipley, Alice                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Shipley, Alice (Miss)                 1  36 AP     24    1      3 Called at the newspaper office  
Shipley, Ed                           1  36 AP     24    1      3 Working at Tecumseh this summer  
Shipley, Ed                           2   7 OC      2    1      1 In town Saturday  
Shipley, Edith                        1  34 AP     10    4      2 President  
Shipley, Effie                        1  28 FE     28    4      2 Chorister  
Shipley, Effie                        1  28 FE     28    4      2 Co-editors  
Shipley, Effie                        1  34 AP     10    4      2 Chorister  
Shipley, Effie                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Shipley, Effie                        1  37 MY      1    4      2 Editor  
Shipley, Effie                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Editor  
Shipley, Effie                        1  41 MY     29    4      4 Commencement held at Baptist Church Monday night  
Shipley, Effie (Miss)                 1  36 AP     24    4      2 New editor  
Shipley, Effie (Miss)                 1  41 MY     29    1      1 Memorial Day services planned, she to sing solo  
Shipley, Effie (Miss)                 1  46 JL      3    1      3 Returned home from Auburn Monday morning  
Shipley, Effie (Miss)                 1  46 JL      3    4      2 3 were pleasant callers at editor's office Wednesday  
Shipley, Effie (Miss)                 1  47 JL     10    4      2 Returned to Auburn Monday evening  
Shipley, Effie (Miss)                 1  49 JL     24    4      2 Home visiting this week  
Shipley, Ewd.                         1  29 MR      6    4      2 Co-editor  
Shipley, George                       1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Shipley, Pearl                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Shipley, R. (Mrs)                     2  11 OC     30    1      3 Left for eastern Iowa, her mother 77th birthday  
Shoey, William                        2   6 SE     25    2      1 Little son sent to Institute for Blind at Nebraska City  
Shorny, Lildie                        1  41 MY     29    2      1 Stepped on tines of rake, injured  
Shrimpton, B. F.                      1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Shrimpton, B. F.                      1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Shrimpton, B. F.                      2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
Shrimpton, Ben (Mr & Mrs)             1  37 MY      1    1      2 Mrs. to Salum (sp?) for few weeks, Mr.for weekend  
Shrimpton, S. F.                      2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Shull (Dr)                            1  34 AP     10    4      4 Attended Moody boy  
Shull, J. C.                          2  10 OC     23    1      2 Public speakers at hall Monday evening  
Shults, Carl                          1  28 FE     28    1      1 Sick  
Shultz, Carl                          1  24 JA     31    1      2 Recovering  
Shultz, Carl                          1  37 MY      1    1      1 At Auburn yesterday  
Siefert, Frank                        2  19 DE     25    2      1 Hung himself, his brother had taken his life 6 weeks ago  
Sigler, Pearl (Miss)                  1  37 MY      1    4      2 Bride, m last Sunday 4/26/1896 to Jenkins  
Simons, Jacob                         1  49 JL     24    2      1 Drowned while in bathing  
Simpson, J.                           2   7 OC      2    1      2 Gave free silver speeches in Brock Sat. night  
Simpson, John                         1 42b JE     26    4      4 Groom, married Millie Berlet. Is lawyer, in uncle's office  
Simpson, John (Mr & Mrs)              2  17 DE     11    1      3 Were in town Thursday  
Simpson, Millie (Mrs)                 2  16 DE      4    1      2 Emile Berlet's daughter visiting him  
Sire, Eugene                          1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Sire, Julias                          1  47 JL     10    1      3 Had 420 acres near Brock, public sale July 25th  
Sire, Julis                           1 42b JE     26    1      3 Sire Estate to be sold at courhouse, July 25th.  
Sire, Julius                          1  46 JL      3    4      3 Sire estate sale July 25th  
Sizer, Bessie (Miss)                  1  47 JL     10    1      2 Visiting Berlets, called home as a brother seriously ill  
Skeen, John                           1  34 AP     10    4      4 Shot at someone in corn  
Sliter, Bill                          2   6 SE     25    2      1 Election bet made, loser to drink 2 ounces of castor oil  
Small, A. C.                          1  47 JL     10    2      1 Committee formed to attract international convention  
Smedly, Geo. (Mr & Mrs)               1  24 JA     31    1      2 Their daughter Jessie had abcess on her face  
Smedly, Jessie (Miss)                 1  24 JA     31    1      2 Large abcess lanced by Dr. Lorance  
Smith (Miss)                          1  34 AP     10    1      1 In town directing music class  
Smith (Mrs)                           1  41 MY     29    4      5 Music teacher to come once a week this summer  
Smith Syrup Co.                       2   7 OC      2    2      1 Men & boys harvested cane Sat. to save it from frost  
Smith, Dave                           1  29 MR      6    1      2 Owns farm south of town  
Smith, H. M.                          1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Smith, H. M.                          1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Smith, H. M.                          2  10 OC     23    1      3 In our city Wednesday  
Smith, H. M.                          2   2 AU     28    4      5 Traded property here for City Bakery in Auburn  
Smith, H. M.                          2   4 SE     11    1      2 Was up from Auburn Saturday  
Smith, H. M.                          2   7 OC      2    1      1 In our city Tuesday  
Smith, H. M. (Mrs)                    1  38 MY      8    1      1 Went to Peru to visit friends yesterday  
Smith, Henry                          2  19 DE     25    2      1 Fell against wheel in runaway, fractured an arm  
Smith, Ike                            2   2 AU     28    1      2 Owner of residence, T. H. Currie new renter  
Smith, J. T.                          1  38 MY      8    4      2 Spoke to convention  
Smith, J. W.                          1  52 AU     14    4      3 In our city Saturday  
Smith, J. W. (& fam)                  1  52 AU     14    4      2 Been in town part of this week  
Smith, John                           1  28 FE     28    2      1 His wagon and one horse lost under ice  
Smith, Laura (Miss)                   1  47 JL     10    4      2 Was pleasant caller at editor's office Wednesday  
Smith, Linnie (Miss)                  1  47 JL     10    4      2 Was pleasant caller at editor's office Wednesday  
Smith, Lora                           1  34 AP     10    4      2 Organist  
Smith, Lora                           1  36 AP     24    4      2 Organist  
Smith, Lora                           1  42 JE      5    4      3 To Falls City this week  
Smith, Lora (Miss)                    1  42 JE      5    1      2 Delegates to district convention Falls City June 3-5  
Smith, M. C.                          2  10 OC     23    4      4 Team & buggy stolen by suspected bank robbers  
Smith, Oscar J.                       1  24 JA     31    2      1 Bank cashier died  
Smithwick, Nat                        2  10 OC     23    2      1 Severe injuries from scrimmage at Cairo ball  
Smoters, Adam                         1  41 MY     29    2      1 Stole barn, lumber found in their cellars  
Snow                                  1  29 MR      6    4      4 March 2, 1896 8 inch snow  
Snyder, Peter                         2  19 DE     25    2      1 Severely kicked by horse, died next day  
Soy, J. H.                            1  29 MR      6    2      1 Amputated foot from train accident  
Spencer, E. O.                        1  24 JA     31    2      1 On the board of poultry association  
Spick, Claus                          1  28 FE     28    2      1 Suit against A-Busch, sold liquor  
Springer, Henry (Mrs)                 2  16 DE      4    2      1 Fell down cellar, walked up with a broken arm  
Starr, A. E.                          1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Starr, A. E.                          2   4 SE     11    4      3 Commenced clerking at Campbell's store Monday  
Starr, A. E.                          2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Starr, Bert                           1  24 JA     31    4      2 Was absent from school Tuesday  
Starr, Bert                           1  41 MY     29    4      4 To Julian Sunday  
Starr, Bert                           1  49 JL     24    1      3 Visitor in Lincoln Friday  
Starr, Bert                           2  15 NO     27    4      2 College student home Wed. to visit parents until Mon.  
Starr, Bert                           2   2 AU     28    1      1 Visiting his sister at Cook this week  
Starr, Bert                           2   2 AU     28    4      4 Ordered paper sent to him at college in Lincoln, lv Sat.  
Starr, Bert                           2   7 OC      2    4      2 Down from Lincoln visiting his parents this week  
Starr, Clarence                       2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Starr, P. H.                          2   2 AU     28    4      4 Held social Wednesday evening  
Starr, W.                             1  47 JL     10    4      3 Ran horses into some trees to stop runaway Wed.  
Starr, W. H.                          2   2 AU     28    4      5 Had party Thursday night  
Starr, W. H.                          2   4 SE     11    4      2 Attended Bryan rally at Lincoln Tuesday night  
Starr, W. H. (& dau)                  2   2 AU     28    4      5 To Lincoln this morning  
Starr, Winnie                         1  34 AP     10    4      2 Treasurer  
Steele                                1  38 MY      8    4      3 Wagon train accident with two families  
Steele (Mrs)                          1  38 MY      8    4      3 Considerably hurt in wagon accident  
Stein, H. J.                          2  16 DE      4    2      1 Down with typhoid fever  
Steininger, Edith (Miss)              1  37 MY      1    2      1 Fell and broke her arm, town unstated  
Stephenson, Elmer                     1  37 MY      1    2      1 To prosecute him, former city treasurer  
Sterling (Miss)                       2   4 SE     11    2      1 Stamp clerk to represent postoffice at Denver convention  
Stevens, Tom                          2   4 SE     11    2      1 He shot 14 yr old while hunting, not a serious injury  
Steward (Dr)                          2  16 DE      4    1      3 Says DePue children do not have diptheria, Carl ch may  
Steward (Dr)                          2  16 DE      4    4      2 Was in town Monday  
Steward, C. R.                        2  11 OC     30    1      2 Repaired sidewalk around his property, H. Norton resid.  
Steward, C. R.                        2   2 AU     28    1      4 Organ cleaning and repair  
Steward, C. R.                        2   4 SE     11    1      5 Organ cleaning and repairing  
Steward, E. R.                        2  19 DE     25    1      4 Cleaning & repairing of organs ad  
Stewart, C. A.                        2   2 AU     28    2      1 Withdrawn from the church  
Stewart, Clarence A. (Rev)            1  52 AU     14    2      1 Resigned as pastor and member of church  
Stewart, R. C. (Mrs)                  1  46 JL      3    1      3 Sister Mrs. P. C. Moffette from Missouri returned home  
Still (Judge)                         1  52 AU     14    2      1 Sentenced rapist to 10 years hard labor  
Still, W. R.                          1  28 FE     28    2      1 Examining books  
Stilwell, Grace                       1  49 JL     24    2      1 Injured in carriage accident  
Stockenburger, Alfred                 1  46 JL      3    2      1 Shot Bullard over a woman  
Stoddard, C. D.                       1  24 JA     31    1      3 Ad  
Stoltz, Goldie (child)                1  37 MY      1    2      1 Burned in brush fire accident  
Stone (Gov)                           1  49 JL     24    2      1 Requested extradition of Ritschell from Nebraska  
Stone, Ulric D. (M.D.)                1  37 MY      1    4      3 Groom, last Thursday in Cook Courier, m Maley  
Storch, Henry                         2  16 DE      4    2      1 Tangled up in a runaway, broke leg in 2 places  
Stout, D. H                           1  34 AP     10    1      4 Julian Directory  
Stout, D. H.                          1  24 JA     31    1      4 Ad  
Stout, D. H.                          1  46 JL      3    1      4 Dealer in hardware, furniture and farm implements  
Stout, D. H.                          2   4 SE     11    1      4 D. H. Stout, hardware, funriture, farm implements  
Strode (Judge)                        1  37 MY      1    2      1 Has bill to award pension to General Thayer  
Strode, Jesse B.                      1  52 AU     14    4      3 Speaker at large rally in Brock Saturday night  
Strong (Rev)                          2   2 AU     28    4      5 Conducted Arley Gill service Monday  
Stuart, Walter                        1  47 JL     10    2      1 17 year old had his ear chewed off in assault by 3 boys  
Stuefer (Senator)                     2  15 NO     27    2      1 Residence burned to ground Sat., had $5,500 ins.  
Stull (Judge)                         1  29 MR      6    2      1 Appointed I.M.Hazen  
Stull (Judge)                         1  34 AP     10    2      1 Judge Casey trial  
Sully, Patrick (Mrs)                  1  49 JL     24    2      1 Has internal injuries from Northwestern wreck  
Summers, Jerd                         1  34 AP     10    4      4 'Old Fox" horse 36 yrs old died  
Sutton ( Mr & Mrs and child)          1  42 JE      5    2      1 Family includes 3 year old child  
Swan, John T.                         2  11 OC     30    1      3 To address citizens of Brock Monday, Nov. 2, evening  
Talbot (son)                          2  10 OC     23    2      1 Hurt fighting fire in father's house  
Talbot, J. W.                         2  10 OC     23    2      1 House burned to ground from flue fire, son hurt  
Taylor (Doc)                          1  36 AP     24    2      1 Is a burden on the county  
Taylor, A. G.                         2  11 OC     30    2      1 Fell & sprined both wrists  
Taylor, D. T.                         2  10 OC     23    2      1 All bldgs but house on farm burned, loss $2500  
Taylor, Fred                          1  24 JA     31    2      1 Fire  
Taylor, Robert                        1  36 AP     24    2      1 Planting 90 acres alfalfa  
Teipei, Charles                       1  38 MY      8    2      1 Declared insane, to be sent to Lincoln asylum  
Thayer (General)                      1  37 MY      1    2      1 US President signed Strode's pension bill  
Thayer, Charles                       1  52 AU     14    2      1 Citizen of Wahoo died, age 53, was old soldier  
The Brock Champion                    1  34 AP     10    1      2 To old Farmer's Bank n side Main  
The Famous                            1  24 JA     31    4      1 Ad  
The Famous                            2   6 SE     25    1      2 Is having an addition built to their chicken house  
The Farmer's Lumber Co.               1  34 AP     10    1      5 Ad  
Thixton, Madge                        1  28 FE     28    4      2 Visitor  
Thomas, Ed. (Mrs)                     1  37 MY      1    1      1 Dau. Mrs. Setzer visited Sunday  
Thompkins, M. J.                      1  24 JA     31    2      1 Died in Philadelphia  
Thompson, N. R.                       2  19 DE     25    2      1 Post office election, vote counted  
Thurston, John M. (General)           1  49 JL     24    2      1 To speak at August reunion  
Timme, Hans                           2  19 DE     25    2      1 Accidently shot wife of employer, serious wound  
Tockard, Mattie                       1  49 JL     24    2      1 Injured in carriage accident  
Tonge, Thomas R.                      2  11 OC     30    2      1 Mining expert from Denver evaluating gold worth there  
Totten, William                       2  15 NO     27    2      1 Leased newspaper from M. H. Baker  
Townsend (Dr)                         1  46 JL      3    1      2 Was in town visiting old friends  
Townsend (Dr)                         2  10 OC     23    1      1 Located at I.J. Ball's drugstore  
Townsend (Dr)                         2  15 NO     27    1      3 Is at I.J. Ball's drugstore  
Townsend (Dr)                         2  17 DE     11    1      2 Spent Sunday at his home in Cook  
Townsend (Dr)                         2   4 SE     11    1      2 Is found at the I. J. Ball drugstore  
Townsend (Dr)                         2   4 SE     11    4      2 New grad of Rush Medical college, to locate in Brock  
Townsend, (Mrs Dr)                    2   6 SE     25    4      2 Spent part of last week in town visiting friends & relatives  
Townsend, Geo.                        1  34 AP     10    1      3 In town today  
Townsend, Geo.                        1 42b JE     26    1      2 On our streets last Wednesday  
Townsend, Geo.                        2  16 DE      4    4      2 In town several days this week  
Townsend, Geo.                        2   2 AU     28    1      2 In our city the forepart of this week  
Townsend, Ida (Miss)                  2   4 SE     11    1      2 Came to attend marriage of cousin, Mrs. Fay Asa  
Towsend, Geo.                         2  10 OC     23    1      1 Was in our city part of this week  
Travers, Michael                      1  29 MR      6    2      1 Victim of murder  
Travis (Mrs)                          1  49 JL     24    1      1 On sick list  
Travis, Donald                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Travis, W. E.                         1  37 MY      1    1      2 Visited old home Riverton, IA this week  
Travis, W. E.                         1  46 JL      3    4      3 Has had 2 sick children this week  
Travis, Walter                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Turnipseed, Ed                        1  29 MR      6    2      1 Iowa resident wanted for prosecution  
Van Brunt, J. W.                      2  10 OC     23    2      1 Fell from hay loft, hurt badly by horse  
Van Dervoort, Paul (General)          1  49 JL     24    2      1 Predicts 1898 G.A.R. meeting in Omaha  
Van Kuran, Andrew S.                  1 42b JE     26    2      1 Freight auditor died at age 52  
Van Pelt, A.                          2   2 AU     28    2      1 Successful inoculation of cattle for blackleg  
VanDeberg, J.                         1  38 MY      8    1      2 In town Tuesday  
Vandervoort, John (& family)          2  15 NO     27    1      2 Was in town Sunday visiting friends  
Vanderwort, Ora                       1 42b JE     26    4      2 In town one day this week  
Vandewort, Orey                       2  10 OC     23    1      3 Spent Sunday visiting friends here  
Vanfleet, (Mr)                        1  28 FE     28    4      2 Visitor  
Vanfleet, P. (Rev)                    1  28 FE     28    4      2 To the school  
VanHouten, Anna (Miss)                2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Vanwinkle (Mrs)                       2   4 SE     11    4      3 Little daughter hurt badly in fall into boiling water  
VanWinkle, Andrew                     2   6 SE     25    1      2 Visited county capital, are heirs to Rue estate  
VanWinkle, Enoch                      2   6 SE     25    1      2 Visited county capital, are heirs to Rue estate  
Vanwinkle, Jack                       1  29 MR      6    1      1 To Peter's farm south of town  
Vanwinkle, Jack (Mr & Mrs)            1  24 JA     31    1      2 Son born  
VanWinkle, Louis                      2   6 SE     25    1      2 Visited county capital, are heirs to Rue estate  
VanWinkle, Orey (son)                 2   4 SE     11    1      2 Boy born Sep.2 to Mr. & Mrs. Orey VanWinkle  
Vanwinkle, Orv                        1  28 FE     28    4      3 Not guilty of larceny, no witnesses against them  
VanWinkle, Robert                     2   2 AU     28    4      3 From Pawnee city, to Charles Porter residence last week  
VanWinkle, Robert                     2   6 SE     25    1      2 Visited county capital, are heirs to Rue estate  
VanWinkle, Rue                        2   6 SE     25    1      2 Visited county capital, are heirs to Rue estate  
Vanwinkle, Sarah (Mrs)                1  34 AP     10    1      2 In Hawley's region  
Vassar, T. E. (Rev)                   2  17 DE     11    4      2 KC minister married Bessie Hosmer & William Walker  
Villars, H. B.                        1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Villars, H. B.                        1  29 MR      6    4      5 Ad  
Villars, H. B.                        1  34 AP     10    1      5 Ad  
Villars, H. B.                        1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Villars, H. B.                        1  46 JL      3    1      5 Blue flame oil stoves for sale  
Villars, H. B.                        2  19 DE     25    1      5 Sells Wilson Wood Heaters  
Villars, H. B.                        2   4 SE     11    1      5 Hoosier press drill  
Villars, H. B. (Mrs)                  1  37 MY      1    1      1 Nieces from Tecumseh visiting  
Villars, H.B.                         1  29 MR      6    1      3 Cleaned snow off streets, sidewalks, school ground  
Villars, Harry                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Waddington, S.                        2  10 OC     23    2      1 Lost separator by fire while threshing  
Waddington, Samuel                    2  11 OC     30    2      1 Fire destroyed separator  
Wagner                                1  38 MY      8    2      1 No additional gold found on farm  
Wagner (Mr)                           1  42 JE      5    2      1 Sold hogs, one was 740 pounds to Wiggins & Lewis  
Wagner, Fred                          2   2 AU     28    2      1 Old & highly regarded farmer died of appendicitis  
Wakelin (Mrs)                         1  46 JL      3    1      1 Attended Auburn meeting Saturday  
Wakelin (Mrs)                         2  16 DE      4    4      3 Lady Vice-President  
Wakelin, M. A. (Mrs)                  1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Wakelin, M. A. (Mrs)                  1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Wakelin, M. A. (Mrs)                  2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Wakelin, M. S. (Mrs)                  2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
Wakelin, W.                           2  16 DE      4    4      3 Committee member for programs  
Wakelin, W. (Mrs)                     1  37 MY      1    4      3 Gave temperence address in Johnson  
Wakelin, W. (Mrs)                     2  15 NO     27    1      3 V-P of newly organized league  
Wakelin, W. E. (& family)             2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Walker, (Miss)                        1  36 AP     24    1      3 Called at the newspaper office  
Walker, A.                            2  10 OC     23    1      3 Is looking for location for a meat market here  
Walker, Bertha                        1  41 MY     29    1      3 Visited newspaper office since last issue  
Walker, Bertha (Miss)                 1  38 MY      8    1      1 Visited sister Mrs. J. Morrison near Talmage  
Walker, Bertha (Miss)                 2  10 OC     23    1      3 Visiting her sister at Lutgen's Mill near Talmage this week  
Walker, Bertha (Miss)                 2  16 DE      4    1      1 Has been quite sick this past week  
Walker, Bertha (Miss)                 2   7 OC      2    4      2 Visiting her sister Mrs. Morrison at Lutgen's mill this week  
Walker, C. E.                         2  11 OC     30    1      2 Does all kinds of dray work  
Walker, C. E.                         2  15 NO     27    1      2 Does all kinds of dray work  
Walker, C. E.                         2  17 DE     11    4      2 Was Lorton visitor Friday  
Walker, Grant                         1  37 MY      1    4      3 Took hogs to Nebr. City for Yont  
Walker, M.                            1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Walker, Mosby                         1  38 MY      8    1      1 Drove to Julian, Glerock and Peru Tuesday  
Walker, Mosby                         1  41 MY     29    4      3 Made three trips to Johnson Thursday  
Walker, Mosby                         1  46 JL      3    1      5 Good rigs and careful drivers  
Walker, Mosby                         2  19 DE     25    1      5 Good rigs and careful drivers ad  
Walker, Mosby                         2   4 SE     11    1      5 Good rigs and careful drivers  
Walker, Mosby                         2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Walker, Myra (Miss)                   2   2 AU     28    4      2 Visiting sister Mrs. J.P. Morrison, Lutgen & Peterson's mill  
Walker, William                       2  16 DE      4    4      5 Married Bessie Hasmer aka Ella Kinnison since 1st 
Walker, William                       2  17 DE     11    4      2 Wed Bessie Hosmer (aka Ella Kinnison) Dec. 7, KC area  
Wallace, Thomas J.                    1  29 MR      6    2      1 Accused of cattle stealing  
Warren, George                        1  38 MY      8    4      5 Alternate to Democratic convention  
Watkins (Miss)                        1  37 MY      1    1      1 Visiting Aunt Mrs. Villars  
Watson, E. G. (Dr)                    2  17 DE     11    2      1 Elected couty representative wears $700 diamond pin 
Weaver, John                          2  19 DE     25    1      3 Officers chosen Saturday night  
Weaver, William                       1  49 JL     24    1      1 Visiting relatives and friends here this week  
Webber, John                          1 42b JE     26    2      1 15 year old on spirited pony badly injured by train  
Welch, Elmer                          2   6 SE     25    2      1 Was kicked by horse  
Welsh, Jack                           2  10 OC     23    2      1 Got 10 days in jail for starving his horses  
Werner, Joe                           1  38 MY      8    2      1 Attempted suicide in jail  
West, H. W.                           1  37 MY      1    1      2 On program at teacher's assn. meeting  
West, H. W.                           1  46 JL      3    1      3 Debated Neal on silver question Sat. in Opera House  
West, H. W.                           1  52 AU     14    1      2 Attended teacher's institute in Auburn for two weeks  
West, H. W.                           1  52 AU     14    4      2 Delegates to convention in Tekumseh  
West, S. A.                           1  36 AP     24    1      4 At church to preach next Tuesday  
West, S. A.                           1  38 MY      8    1      2 Small crowd on rainy Tues. night, good lecture  
White, Seme (& brother)               1  34 AP     10    1      2 In town today  
Whitman, Frank                        1  24 JA     31    1      2 To Julian, Peru, Johnson  
Whitman, Frank                        1  29 MR      6    1      2 Took train to Talmage for afternoon  
Whitman, Frank                        1  34 AP     10    1      1 Business in Talmage  
Whitman, Frank                        1  37 MY      1    1      3 Groom to Edith Self  
Whitman, Frank                        1  38 MY      8    1      2 Is painting Jarvis house  
Whitman, J. J.                        1  24 JA     31    1      2 Raising for syrup  
Whitman, J. J.                        1  37 MY      1    1      3 Father of groom  
Whitman, J. J.                        2  11 OC     30    1      2 Removed plank sidewalk, has up-to-date gravel walk  
Whitman, J. J.                        2   7 OC      2    1      3 Is working on brick building between bank & hardware  
Whitman, J. J. (Mr & Mrs)             1  37 MY      1    1      1 Dau. Mrs. Irvin Wilkie & ch to visit almost 1 month  
Whitman, Susie                        1  34 AP     10    4      2 Organist  
Whitman, Susie                        1  38 MY      8    1      1 Ordered paper sent to sister in Hutchinson, KS  
Whitmore, J. E.                       1  41 MY     29    2      1 Lightning set fire to house  
Whittemore, R. G.                     1  52 AU     14    2      1 Man 62 admitted to rape of 14 yr old girl  
Whitten, Al                           2  10 OC     23    2      1 Had load of wheat stolen from his granary  
Whley, W. H.                          1 42b JE     26    2      1 Store burglarized last week  
Wiggins & Lewis                       1  42 JE      5    2      1 Bought hogs of Mr. Wagner  
Wiggins, John                         1  34 AP     10    2      1 Believed insane  
Wigton, F. P.                         1 42b JE     26    2      1 Residence badly damaged by fire  
Wilcox, (Dr)                          1  24 JA     31    4      4 Treated Goldsberry boy who had sledding accident  
Wilcox, G. W.                         1  41 MY     29    2      1 Adjudged insane, sent to Lincoln asylum  
Wilkie (Mrs)                          1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Wilkie, Bedel                         1  29 MR      6    1      1 To father's farm west of town  
Wilkie, Buria                         1  36 AP     24    4      4 Auburn visitors Saturday  
Wilkie, Burla (Miss)                  1  34 AP     10    4      2 Called at school  
Wilkie, David (Mr & Mrs)              1  24 JA     31    1      2 Were in town yesterday  
Wilkie, Irvin (Mrs & ch)              1  37 MY      1    1      1 Dau. lv Hutchinson, KS to visit Mr & Mrs Whitman  
Wilkie, J. D. (Miss)                  1  36 AP     24    4      4 Auburn visitors Saturday  
Wilkie, Susan                         2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Wilkie, Susan (Mrs)                   1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Wilkie, Susan (Mrs)                   1  29 MR      6    4      1 Directory of churches and organizations  
Wilkie, Susan (Mrs)                   2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
Williams                              2   4 SE     11    2      1 Hungry person took 4 loaves bread, jelly from cellar  
Williams, Allie                       2   2 AU     28    1      2 On sick list this week  
Williams, Fannie (Miss)               2  15 NO     27    4      3 Is better, has been quite sick  
Williams, James                       1  24 JA     31    2      1 Accident  
Williams, John                        2   7 OC      2    2      1 Russian man tried to kill family, taken to insanity board  
Williamson, Lennie                    1  34 AP     10    4      2 Editors  
Williamson, Lennie                    1  34 AP     10    4      2 Secretary  
Williamson, Lennie                    1  36 AP     24    4      2 Editor  
Williamson, Mattie (Mrs)              1  28 FE     28    4      4 Survivor of John Currie  
Wilson (Mrs)                          1  52 AU     14    4      2 Visited Johnson Wednesday  
Wilson, Bertha                        1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Wilson, Charlie                       1  29 MR      6    4      2 New Intermediate student  
Wilson, Emma                          1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Wilson, J. (Mrs)                      1  49 JL     24    4      2 Called to Johnson for sudden illness of relatives  
Wilson, J. (Mrs)                      2  19 DE     25    1      3 Spent Sunday visiting dau. Mrs. Hammond in Cook  
Winch, Seth F.                        2  11 OC     30    2      1 Up before insanity board  
Winnegar, Will                        2  19 DE     25    2      1 Broke jail at York  
Winsor, Lew                           2   4 SE     11    2      1 A record 20 rattlesnakes in one afternoon recently  
Wischoff, Homer Graves                1  49 JL     24    2      1 On Board of Directors  
Wisner, Conrad                        1  49 JL     24    2      1 Fire destroyed his saloon  
Wolf, J. V. R. (Rev)                  2  11 OC     30    1      1 Will preach Sunday  
Wolfenbarger, A. G.                   1  34 AP     10    2      1 Meeting, report  
Wood, Harry                           1  38 MY      8    1      3 New pupil  
Wood, I. M.                           1  36 AP     24    1      1 In charge of town herd this year  
Wood, I. M.                           1  42 JE      5    1      2 Found and helped arrest Burkman, at Missouri River bluffs  
Wood, I. M.                           2   7 OC      2    4      2 Brother Bud Woods from Mt. Pleasant, Iowa here visiting  
Wood, J. A.                           1  36 AP     24    4      3 Meeting and dinner at restaurant  
Wood, Lizzie                          1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
Woods, Andy                           1  24 JA     31    4      3 Ciphering honors  
Woods, Bert                           1  38 MY      8    1      1 Brother I.M. Woods, Bert & Tecumseh group to fish in Mo.  
Woods, Bertha                         1  34 AP     10    4      2 Absent 2 days  
Woods, Bertha                         1  41 MY     29    4      3 Has mumps  
Woods, Bud                            2   7 OC      2    4      2 Brother of I.M. Woods from Mt. Pleasant, Iowa here  
Woods, I. M.                          1  29 MR      6    4      6 Ad  
Woods, I. M.                          1  34 AP     10    4      5 Ad  
Woods, I. M.                          1  38 MY      8    1      1 To Talmage Wednesday  
Woods, I. M.                          1  38 MY      8    1      1 Went to Nebraska City, brother Bert to go fishing  
Woods, I. M.                          1  42 JE      5    1      1 Village Board appointed Tuesday  
Woods, I. M.                          1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Woods, I. M. (& family)               2   4 SE     11    4      3 Drove to Salem last week, came back Tuesday  
Woods, Lizzie                         1  38 MY      8    1      3 Out with mumps  
Woodward, (Dr)                        1  36 AP     24    2      1 To raise alfalfa  
Worcester, E. P.                      2  15 NO     27    2      1 One of oldest merchants, closed down by bank  
Worden, E. C.                         1  24 JA     31    2      1 On the board of poultry association  
Worden, E. C.                         1  38 MY      8    4      2 Has new journal  
Worley, F. W.                         2   4 SE     11    1      5 Ag. implements, hardware, tinware, buggies, etc.  
Worley, W. C.                         1  29 MR      6    1      5 Ad  
Worley, W. E.                         1  24 JA     31    1      1 At Julian Thurs.  
Worley, W. E.                         1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Worley, W. E.                         1  34 AP     10    1      5 Ad  
Worley, W. E.                         1  36 AP     24    1      2 Sold buggy to Youtzy  
Worley, W. E.                         1  36 AP     24    1      2 Dr. Lorance treating Gilmore for lameness in knee  
Worley, W. E.                         1  38 MY      8    1      1 Business trip to Omaha Wednesday  
Worley, W. E.                         1  38 MY      8    1      2 Attended Saturday night blowout  
Worley, W. E.                         1  46 JL      3    4      5 Agricultural implements  
Worley, W. E.                         1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Worley, W. E.                         2  15 NO     27    1      3 Sec. & Treas. of newly organized league  
Worley, W. E.                         2  16 DE      4    4      3 Secretary  
Worley, W. E.                         2  19 DE     25    4      5 Will auction machinery in lien claim  
Worley, W. E.                         2   4 SE     11    1      1 Thanked for paying for cash subscription  
Worley, W. E.                         2   4 SE     11    1      5 Ag. implements, hardware, tinware, buggies, etc.  
Worley, W. E. (Mr & Mrs)              2   6 SE     25    1      3 Attending the county fair  
Worley, W. E. (Mrs)                   1  29 MR      6    1      3 Parents Mr. & Mrs. James Kenedy  
Worley, W. E. (Mrs)                   1  34 AP     10    1      3 Visited parents near Talmage Sunday  
Worley, W. E. (Mrs)                   1  36 AP     24    1      1 Sick first of week, now better  
Wrightman, E. J.                      1  47 JL     10    4      4 Convention July 28 & 30 in Omaha  
Wrightman, E. J.                      1  49 JL     24    4      4 Convention notice  
Wurtzel, Nicholas                     1  49 JL     24    2      1 Aged, well-to-do farmer dragged by runaway team  
Yochum (Mrs)                          2   2 AU     28    1      1 Brother Fred Kraft visiting this week  
Yochum, L. G.                         2  19 DE     25    1      1 Was thanked for paying for subscription with load cobs  
Yochum, L. G.                         2   4 SE     11    1      1 Thanked for paying for cash subscription  
Yont (Mrs)                            2   7 OC      2    4      2 Accident Tues. evening, buggy came apart, arm hurt  
Yont, Charley                         2   7 OC      2    4      2 Returned from Colorado this week, Bryan alright there  
Yont, E. C.                           1  24 JA     31    1      1 Ad  
Yont, E. C.                           1  24 JA     31    1      2 Ad  
Yont, E. C.                           1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Yont, E. C.                           1  28 FE     28    4      2 Visitor  
Yont, E. C.                           1  29 MR      6    1      1 Shipped hogs to Nebr. City  
Yont, E. C.                           1  29 MR      6    1      5 Ad  
Yont, E. C.                           1  34 AP     10    1      1 Attended elocution entertainment  
Yont, E. C.                           1  34 AP     10    1      2 At Talmage last night  
Yont, E. C.                           1  34 AP     10    1      2 At Auburn Wednesday  
Yont, E. C.                           1  34 AP     10    1      5 Ad  
Yont, E. C.                           1  36 AP     24    1      1 Spent Wed. in country with old folks  
Yont, E. C.                           1  37 MY      1    1      4 At Auburn Monday between trains  
Yont, E. C.                           1  37 MY      1    4      3 Sent hogs to Nebr. City  
Yont, E. C.                           1  37 MY      1    4      3 Attended Jenkins/Sigler wedding in Talmage  
Yont, E. C.                           1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Yont, E. C.                           1  46 JL      3    1      4 120 acre farm for sale at $36 per acre  
Yont, E. C.                           1  46 JL      3    1      5 Bank, notary public, insurance  
Yont, E. C.                           1  49 JL     24    1      2 Attended lecture in Talmage Monday night  
Yont, E. C.                           1  52 AU     14    4      2 Attended republican rally in Talmage Friday night  
Yont, E. C.                           1  52 AU     14    4      3 Attended republican meeting in Johnson  
Yont, E. C.                           2  10 OC     23    1      4 Buggy repaired, can be ready to tear down fence again  
Yont, E. C.                           2  16 DE      4    4      3 Advertising 120 acre farm for sale  
Yont, E. C.                           2  19 DE     25    1      5 Is Notary Public and sells insurance at bank  
Yont, E. C.                           2  19 DE     25    4      3 A rare bargain, 120 acre good farm land for sale  
Yont, E. C.                           2   2 AU     28    4      3 Attended old soldiers reunion in Lincoln this week  
Yont, E. C.                           2   4 SE     11    1      4 Ad, farm for sale in area  
Yont, E. C.                           2   4 SE     11    1      5 Banking, notary public, insurance  
Yont, Jess                            1  46 JL      3    4      2 Returned from Ann Arbor where graduated from law dept.  
Yont, John                            1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Yont, John                            1  46 JL      3    1      5 Bank, notary public, insurance  
Yont, John                            2  19 DE     25    1      5 General banking ad  
Yont, John                            2   4 SE     11    1      5 Banker  
Yont, John (Mrs)                      1  41 MY     29    1      2 Newly elected officer for the year  
Yont, John (Mrs)                      1  42 JE      5    1      1 To Fremont to attend Grand Chapter Eastern Star this wk  
York, Robbie                          1  37 MY      1    4      2 Not absent during month of April  
York, Willie                          1  38 MY      8    1      3 Not absent during month  
Young & Bunn                          1  46 JL      3    1      5 Meat market  
Young & Bunn                          1  52 AU     14    1      5 Has fresh and salt meats  
Young Bros.                           1  24 JA     31    1      2 Have been putting up ice this week  
Young Bros.                           1  29 MR      6    4      5 Ad  
Young Bros.                           1  34 AP     10    4      5 Ad  
Young Peoples Union                   2  10 OC     23    1      3 Having a green tea sociable Sat. Oct 12 evening  
Young, (Misses)                       1  41 MY     29    1      1 Will sing a solo at Memorial Day service  
Young, Cora (Miss)                    1  37 MY      1    1      3 Played Wedding March Whitman/Self wedding  
Young, Cora (Miss)                    2  16 DE      4    4      3 Music Director  
Young, E. W.                          1  46 JL      3    4      5 Agricultural implements  
Young, Edna                           1  24 JA     31    4      2 Was absent from school Tuesday  
Young, Edna                           1  37 MY      1    4      2 Returned to school Monday  
Young, Edna (Miss)                    1  34 AP     10    1      2 To Auburn Monday  
Young, Edna (Miss)                    1  36 AP     24    1      3 Called at the newspaper office  
Young, Edna (Miss)                    1  36 AP     24    4      4 Attended church in Julian Sunday  
Young, Edna (Miss)                    1  46 JL      3    1      2 Returned Monday from Stella  
Young, Edna (Miss)                    2  15 NO     27    4      2 Is much better, has had two week illness  
Young, Ella (Mrs)                     1  24 JA     31    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Young, Ella (Mrs)                     2  19 DE     25    4      1 Church & Society Directory  
Young, Ella (Mrs)                     2   4 SE     11    4      1 Member  
Young, F. W.                          1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Young, F. W.                          1  29 MR      6    1      5 Ad  
Young, F. W.                          1  34 AP     10    1      5 Ad  
Young, F. W. (Mrs)                    1 42b JE     26    1      2 Hostess for 5th Educational Day meeting July 2nd  
Young, Fay                            2  15 NO     27    4      3 2 year old died of pneumonia, Friday, Nov. 20th  
Young, Fred                           1  28 FE     28    1      1 Son of William, went to Auburn  
Young, Fred                           2   4 SE     11    4      2 Attended Bryan rally at Lincoln Tuesday night  
Young, Fred (& dau)                   1  42 JE      5    4      3 Father & little daughter went to Johnson to visit Wed.  
Young, G. P. (fam)                    1  49 JL     24    1      3 Mis Evertts visiting them this week  
Young, Geo. (dau)                     1  24 JA     31    1      1 Has Tonsillitis  
Young, George (Mrs)                   2  16 DE      4    4      3 Committee member for programs  
Young, J. W.                          1  24 JA     31    1      2 Missionary tea to be held at his house Feb. 5  
Young, J. W.                          1  24 JA     31    1      5 Ad  
Young, J. W.                          1  28 FE     28    1      1 To Julian & Peru  
Young, J. W. (Mr & Mrs)               2  15 NO     27    1      2 Their daughter Vada is better now  
Young, J. W. (Mr & Mrs)               2  15 NO     27    4      3 Parents of Fay Young, 2 yr old buried Lafayette Sat.  
Young, J. W. (Prop)                   1  29 MR      6    1      5 Ad  
Young, Lafayette                      1  41 MY     29    2      1 Had barn stolen and turned to lumber  
Young, P. (Mrs)                       2   2 AU     28    4      2 Recovering now, was dangerously ill  
Young, Pete (Mr & Mrs)                2  10 OC     23    1      3 Their little daughter has been quite sick this week  
Young, T. L.                          1  36 AP     24    4      3 Meeting and dinner at restaurant  
Young, Vada                           2  15 NO     27    1      2 She is thought to be out of danger now  
Young, Vesta                          1  38 MY      8    1      2 Has mumps  
Young, Vesta                          2  10 OC     23    1      3 Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Pete Young, has been sick  
Young, W.                             1  49 JL     24    1      2 Band boys stopped by muddy roads near his farm  
Young, W. E. (Mrs)                    1  28 FE     28    1      3 Ill typhoid fever  
Young, William                        1  28 FE     28    1      1 Father of Fred  
Young, Wm. (Mr & Mrs)                 1  28 FE     28    1      3 Visit in Julian  
Youtzy, D. A.                         1  28 FE     28    1      2 Began meetings at the Christian Church 
Youtzy, D. A.                         1  28 FE     28    1      4 Conducted funeral for Mrs. Albert ( Cook) Mosier  
Youtzy, D. A. (Elder)                 1  36 AP     24    1      2 Visited Thursday  
Youtzy, D. A. (Evang)                 1  36 AP     24    4      4 Having meetings  
Zeis, John                            2   7 OC      2    2      1 Has grown 40 acres cucumbers for seed this year  
Zener, Boner (& fam)                  1  49 JL     24    1      3 St. Louis visitors  
Zenor, May (Miss)                     1  47 JL     10    1      1 Spent Sunday here with friends  
Zink, Marion                          2   7 OC      2    2      1 Ran 1 mile timed race, won horse

THE BROCK CHAMPION - 1896
An abstract from microfilmed copies
By Marlene Stillahn, (Contact me)
April, 1998



THE BROCK NEWS & THE BROCK CHAMPION - MAIN PAGE
INDEX OF NAMES
THE BROCK NEWS - 1891
THE BROCK NEWS - 1892
1893
1894
THE BROCK CHAMPION - 1895
THE BROCK CHAMPION - 1896
THE BROCK CHAMPION - 1897
THE BROCK CHAMPION - 1898
THE BROCK CHAMPION - 1899

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