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1 volutin " run-down"
overworked, weak, nervous ami !e
hilittUod that's a woman that Dr.
Tierce's Favorite Prescription is
inatle for. It (jives her health ami
strength. All woman's weaknesses
and nil woman's ailments are cured
by it. It's a legitimate medicine
not a beverage ; an invigorating, re
storative tonic and a soothing and
strengthening nervine, free from al
cohol and injurious drugs. It im
parts tono and vigor to tho wholo
For all functional irregularities,
jxTiodical pains, organic, displace
incuts and uterine diseases, it's a
And a yuarnnteed one. If It
doesn't givo satisfaction, in every
case, tho money paid for it is re
funded. No other medicine for
women is sold on these terms.
1 hats because nothing else is
" just as good." Perhaps tin
dealer will offer something that's
"better." lie means that it's let
ter for him.
yt k. kf.ynoi.ds,
Hi'Klsti'ivil l'hyli liui iiikI riiiuiiiacl-t
Special nltentioii given to Office
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t'KA I.Kit IN-
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of llie l'ulilic Solicited
North Sixth Street, PlMttsunoutl
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Dr. Stetuwityt iiii;'st ln-t It" fertile pillule" e
liaetinii nf lei'lli.
Fine Gobi Work a Specialty.
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in rear of opera house.
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REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET.
nr Vice I'rt sldeiit
W II U K I. AW KIK1)
nf .New York.
nr Member ConyresK,
a. w. i ii;i.i,
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVEN
The republican electors of the
ntate of Nebraska are requested to
semi delegates from their several
counties to meet in convention at
the city of Lincoln, August 4, 1VL
at 10 o'clock a. in., for the purpose
of i n 1 1 i ii ur in nomination candi
dates for the following state offices:
Secretary of stale.
Auditor of public accounts.
Superintendent of public instruc
Commissioner of public lauds
I n 1 buildings.
Fight presidential electors.
And to transact such other busi
ness as tuny come lielore the con
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows, being
based upon the vote cast for George
If. HastingH for attorney-general in
IV, Hi, giving otic delcgate-at-large to
each county and one for each 1M)
votes and the major fraction
Counties. Uelcnatc-.K'niiiitie-. Helemili
AilauiH hi J.ihn..ii
Antelope s Kearney
Haulier . :i ,- ;i l .iha
Ithiinc '. .. 'J Keiih
II. .,, ne 1 . s Kimball
Hon l 1 Imkin
Ilox Untie s l.aiicaMer. ::i
I Inm ii .", I. mi
ItiMlal.. I.i bouait ..
Holler In I. one '
Hurt I.! M.,.1,-, hi .",
Ca . M-rnek 7
Cedar i; M,-M:er-oii 1
I ha-- I Vim .
t h. -mi- ... r, Nemaha . 1.'
t'hetrv I'.NiiekolU -
Ma v Hi Mm' 1 1
I oil.ix 5 I'iiilllir II
I'lllllillK I"1 1 'el Kill- I
I u-ter I, Tierce I
I'alo.la.... il 1'1,,-lps ;,
I Li we- I- I'lalle . ;i
I 'aw -on '.i, Polk 7
I'-nel ... I Ned Willow II
I'inoii s.x' ImriNoii i,
I'o.U- h; Kork I
I oula- ;i Valine '.'1
I hindv I Sarpv ''
Fill re.... 1:1 Saiui.leri I.'
l-rankliu ....... Sett- lilnll .1
I r. ti t i.-r ii Seu.ir.l II
Fui na- 7 Shei idan
ue '" Sherinaii I
'iailiehl .' Sioux .1
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'rant - I haver V
''leley aThuiiias '.'
"all l l'hi,r-ion
Hamilton Vallev ."
J'arlan ;, Wii-hitiitton H
ni"1 I W,i tie i!
Hitchcock a Webster M
'looker . 1 Wheeler
loll lbYork 1
Jeller-nn Ill Tolal :t7
It is recommended that no prox
ies be admitted to the convention
and that the delegates present be
authorized to cast the full vote of
S. 1). Mr.kVFR,
Wai.t . Ski; ley,
1'. It. Bai.uimhk.
a case in point.
The pearl button industry is yet
young and comparatively small in
Omaha, but in Newark, N.J., il is an
indusiry of con-iderable impor
tance , gi ing employment to about
:i,Uoo operatives. The manufacture
of pearl buttons was little known in
this country until alter the passage
ol the McKiuley bill, by which the
American manufacturer was pro
tected and able- to compete with
cheap foreign labor. Il was the
passage of this measure that caused
the est iblishmeut ol the pearl but
ton business in (his city, and in
Newark and other place s where it
had previously started the business
was very largely increased inconse
quence of protection. One of the
Newark manufactures says: "My
business began with eight em
ployees. To-day 1 employ over 11)0,
When my new factory is completed
I shall employ between 'Jot) and :ti)0
hands at work. My orders now
amount to between $150,000 and$170,.
000 a year. Hefore the passage of
the McKinly bill I was forced to be
content with $2,500." The increase
in the turifT has resulted in the
building up of large pearl button
business in a very short time and it
is as much to the advantage of the
employe as the employer. Under
the old taritT the wagea of the pearl
button makers in this country aver
aged between $S..T0 and If 12. Now
they are from $1S to $''. Yet the
buttons are cheaper now than they
were before the Mc Kin ley bill was
passed. Wages are so low in the
old country that the foreign manu
facturer can still compete on even
terms with the American manufac
turer on some of the smaller grades
This is where the question of wages
md protection comes in.
There ate in Omaha two small
pearl tuition lactones mat came in
existence solely in consequence of
th" increased tariff. They are pros
pering and are giving employment
to people who, in turn, give employ
incut to others, and thus increase
insines of the community. In
this instance, as in many others the
republican protective policy has
produced benefits which the people
of Omaha and of the whole state
can see and estimate at their true
value. The market that has been
opened to the Omaha pearl button
makers is a growing one, and will
continue to extend under the benef
icent influence of home patronage,
which has already done much to
demonstrate that it is needless to
go away from home for good article
at moderate prices. A contiiiucnce
of the policy which made it possi
ble tt) establish the pearl button in
dustry in this city will bring other
manufactories here, and it will be
found that the fruits of the protec
tive tariff will become more prec
ious to the people the longer they
enjoy them. I tee.
AMERICAN SYMPATHY FOR HOME
The underlying American senti
ment is undoubtedly in favor ol
homo mle for Ireland-this apart
from all merely political reasons
why American political parties
may be supposed to favor the
American-Irish vote. The underly
ing reasons for American sympa
thy for home rule are set forth, in
an interesting article in the Forum
for August, by Richard Henry
Dana, who makes an instructive
historical study to show that the
causes of our colonial ancestors
and of Ireland to-day are substan
tially the same. He draws a paral
lel between the treatment of the
American colonies by Great Uritain
and her treatment of Ireland. The
parallel is much more accurate
than one would suppose from the
first glance. For instance, the
Ivnglish argument is that the con
duct of the IriMi shows that they
are unfit for home rule. The same
argument was used to show that
the American colonics were unfit
Mr. I), ma goes on to point out
that the parallel so often used by
the Fnglish lories between the
Fnglish-I rish situation and tin
I'liion-Confedcracy in the I'nitei
Stales is no parallel nt all, for the
reason that the Confederate state
were in armed rebellion against tile
I'liion and wished to secede from
it; wl ereas the Irish do not wish to
secede from Great Hritain, but to
have home rule with union. How-
well this plan would work can be
guessed from the real I'nion-Con
federate parallel that would hold if
Ireland were granted home rule
with union, because the Southern
states after our civil war were
granted home rule only on the con
dition that they would remain in
the Union. This is an instructive
and impassionate explanation of
the deep-rooted American sympa
thy for Ireland's cause-for purely
historical and not for partisan rea
low , and Illinois liave never
been in doubt that the republican
part y would cat rv them this fall.
The only question in doubt that
arises is how big will tin- tvpubli-
c.mi majority be'r
1 1 IK metal Known as cluh mum i-
worth $l,."nKl per pound. The fellow
who linds the lir-d mine will strike
Tltlv Journal does not .-ay anything
anoiu tne innion dul l.ir cougtv.-s
any more. Wonder win ;
SK.NATOK David Hill has conclud
ed to go to Knrope this -tinimer.
He cannot swallow Clc eland.
WHAT has hocomeof the calamity
howlers about the billion dollar
Don i Tobacco Spit Your Llfo
is mi- M.iriiiug, iriuniui tine ol a
little book just received, telling all
T . .1. . .1.-1. . .1 t . .... r
about Aotobac, the wonderful,
harmless, economical, guaranteeel
cure ier the tobacco habit in every
lorni. i onaeco users w ho wint to
1 ii i t and (ain't, by mentioning1 TllK
llKKAUt can get the book mailed
free. Address the Sterling K'emedy
Co., box NL Indiana Mineral
A LOUISVILLE TIME.
LAWIKH ItKErEAl'E KKCEIVES A TOJbtE
LAKHItKI FBOa A I KATE FEMALE.
A, Anderson Makes Life Burden
some for Some of the People
For some time trouble has been
existing beetween G. .V.Anderson
ami the people of Louisville and
last week S. 1'. Met., becoming tired
of being bullyragged, struck An
derson on the head w hich resulted
in Anderson causing Met.'s arrest.
Met, secured a change of venue
from Weeping Water to 'Squire
Mitchell's, six miles southwest of
that place. The day set for the
trial was last Thursday, and about
two dozen went through the rain
and mud to attend the trial. Plenty
of "booze" was taken along- and as a
result the whole party became
pretty well filled up and the lawyers
tottered as they marched into court.
1). O'Connel of Omaha, plead the
case for the complainant and Geo.
W. Makepeace for the defense. The
case was dismissed by the 'Squire
fter the crowd had returned
Lawyer Makepeace was sauntering
quietly and peacefully down the
street when a rap on the window
drew bis attention. Filtering he
was asked by Mrs. G. A. Anderson,
Did you bring that fellow back
with your" (meaning Met..) His re
spouse being in the affirmative she
flew at him with tongue and
list with the tongue uttering
ome of the most disgraceful
words, calliug Makepeace names
that would be horrible for a man to
litter. Makepeace had her arrested,
but she wished her trial postponed,
which Judge Cline granted, under
bonds of $.K), While she was trying
to secure bonds, "Lawyer Marks
is he is termed here, from Omaha,
who was defending the cace for
Mrs. G. A. Anderson, got into a
rousing controversy with 'Squire
Lime concerning the late arrest,
which resulted in O'Connel, the
Omaha lawyer, being fined !fl for
contempt of court, He, refusing to
pay, was marched by the constable
straight for the lock-up, but before
he got very far "Marks" shelled out
the money and was at once released
Court resumed once more and this
time O'Donnel pleaded that Mrs
Anderson could not appear before
me court mat nigiii. ne was
placed in the hands of the marshal
until morning, but was allowed to
lay at home, ".Marks" giving his
word that he would be responsible
lor Her appearance. 1 he next
morning .'irs. .niersou pan! Her
line, which cleared her from Hi
The liee this morning says tha
Fred Moldenhauer and Mrs. Av;
Fornholl' were grant-da Permit t
wen my iii'ige i-.uer n lioiiglas
county. Ava Fornhoif is the pnrtv
whom her relatives have askei
Judge K'ainsey to appoint a guar
nan lor, Claiming sue is incoin
peient pi atieiui to Her business
.-louieiuiaiier is a w iuowcr, wiiosi
M I I ... 1 - .
wife died last winter, leaving seven
motneriess cuiiiueii. I ins saint
couple applied to judge IVamsey
for a license, but they were refusi
until the hearing upon the appoint
meat for a guardian.
Newspaper editors have to be very
careful in opening their columns
for statements. Hut aware that the
Dr. M iles Medical Co. are responsi
ble, we make room for the following
testimonial from If. McDougall, An
burn, I nd who for two years noticed
a stoppage or skippingof the pulsi
his left side got so tender he- coilb
not lie on it, his heart lluttered,
was alarmed, went to dillereiit d
tors, found no relief, bid erne bottl
if Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure cure
l . . . 'r , . , . . .
iiiiii. iiieeieg.ini iook, ".New am
Startling-Facts." free at F. G. brick
Co. It tells all about heart an
nervous diseases and m anv worn ei
il curss. :i.
W ! - i 1 II- It.
we-1 I 1 1 1 i ' i
: l t
lstani ueniaM'l ol tiie irav
cling public to the I, ir west fur a
cuiniuitable and at the same tune
on economical mode of traveling
ha- led to the establishment as
what is known as I'lillinan Coloni.-t
These cars are built on the same
general plan as the regular first
class Pullman Sleeper, the only dif
ference being that thev are not up.
They arc furnished complete with
good comfortable hair nialrc.-.-es.
warm blankets, snow white linen cur
tains plenty of towels, combs, brush
i.'s etc.. which secure to the occu
pant of a birth as much privacy as
is to be had in lirst class sleepers.
There arc also separate toilet rooms
for ladies and gent lemon, and smok
ing is absolutely prohibited. For
full information semi for Pullman
Colonist Sleeper leallct. F. I.. Fo
rnax, General Passenger ami Ticket
Agent, Omaha Nebraska.
My bouse and three lots corner
Sixth and Dey, price $ l.'-'uO.
Mk's. 1. A. G. JU l-I.L,
Central City, Neb., npc.lC.K. 11.
Fluorine gas is of a vellow color, with
a siuell r6emblinK clenching powder.
It has not tieen linnefied, and still ro-
uains gaseous at 140 iloirs. Fahrenheit.
Every precaution has to be taken in
studying its nction on other bodies, both
on account of its dangeuiply irritating
action on the eves in mucous mem
brane of the operator and its marvelous
and wonderful energy, far exceeding
that of anything hitherto discovered.
There is hardly a gas, liquid or solid,
that it does not attack, usually with tho
greatest violence; in fact its mere cou-
act with any other substance is nearly
always signalized by tho sudden evolu
tion of intense heat and light and fierce
etonations. It almost realizes the fond
st dreams of the alchemists, and might
filly be their lung sought liquor, alka
hest, or universal solvent, for even dull,
inert flint takes fire instantly it is ex
posed to the vapor, and the whole mass
hecoiues luminous with a grand incau-
As a supporter of combustion it leaves
oxvgeii far behind. Lampblack bursts
immediately into brilliant flaino and
gets red hot in a current of fluorine gas;
and charcoal is made to givo an inter-
ting exhibition of its porosity by first
filling its interstices with the gas and
then burning spontaneously with spar
kling seiutillat ions. The diamond, how
ever, is able to withstand its action even
at high temperatures. -Chambers' Jour
Tli Danger of Mctuplinr.
Metaphor and simile, poignant wea
pons in the nrniory of a skilled debater,
produce disastrous effects in tho hands
of tho inexpert. Certain figures, orig
inally of force and freshness, cause a
bleak senso of depression from the fre
quency of their employment by halting
speakers, and one who desires to engage
tho understanding of an audience ought,
at whatever sacrifice, to take a pledge
f total abstinence from such out worn
phrases us "the thin end of tho wedge,"
'oil on the troubled waters," etc. Some
times, it must be confessed, the audience
derives unexpected and lasting enjoy
ment from the delightful iueongruity of
The pages of Hansard bear, or at least
ought to bear on record, the poetic
flights eif a certain honorable baronet,
who became in parliament the very dar
ling of postprandial debate. Those who
were fortunate enough to bo present on
the evening when he was denouncing
the course taken by oneof his colleagues
in the representation tf Ireland will re
member tho rich brogue in which ho re
ferred to him as "the young sea serpent
from County Clare," and how he was
promptly called to order by the speaker
for using the expression. "Very well,
Mr. Speaker," he rejoined, "I bow to your
ruling of course and beg leavo to with
draw the sea serpent." Blackwood's
Tho Migration of llelmlprr.
The annual migration of the reindeer
from Lapland in search of food has now
become a serious matter. In tho first
place, it necessitates the migration of
man, for if owners want to keep their
deer and their property tln-v must fol
low them whereve r they wander. Sec
ondly, the migrating animals travel in
such great herds that they donot a little
damage to the meadows, plowed, lands
and forests. There seems to bo no stop
ping it. The deer migrate wiih limro or
le.-s regularity, and within a week or
two of the usual limo a hundred thou
sand reindeer come t iTromsoe, which is
the meet ne oiui . The owners simply
bee that their la rds do not get away.
l'ut tins invasion of reindeer is viewed
with alarm by Scandinavian farmers,
who have their crips trampled down.
The fanner may sue for damages, but if
he obtains a judgment in his favor how
is be to find the defendant? Some seven
or eight years ago u special law was
passed to meet the case, Tho country
is divided into districts, and if the own
ers of the destructive animals cannot be
found the district is held for tho dam
age, each family paying in proportion to
tho number of reindeer they possess. J.
L. Vance in Our Animal Friends.
Ilaiutel, tho C'liinposor.
George Frederick Handel, who was a
composer at the age of nine, and had
written tiireo operas lietore ho was
fifteen, was a man of uncommonly large
appetite, and it is told of him that when
ever lie stopped at an inn or elsewhere
where the host was not familiar with
the greatness of his hunger he would
order dinner for three.
c ion one occasion ne gao disorder
for throe us fsuid. ;m,1 when tiie hour
for dinner arrived he railed to his host;
-F.es de tinner retty'r"
"it will be servd. sir, immediately
upon i on annai oi ymir company, was
"-"h!" said n.-.tuM. vith a laugh.
a hr:y i nig it up right avay. 1
:y i in:: it no r
.ny." II. u per'.-
i.i..i;.iiy. ii.ii per s loiui'' i'eo-
( ulliar I . Il !:;; 1, ,. ,tl r.il'lU,
i .'. l , !
! i; v.-rv tenner 1:1
'i'!i- d-.ili-i u-i i t:. 1 i; Is that liv
near them, la the cor.r-e of my exp ri
ence, cNleiidim; over many your-. I h:i ve
never kli-m-ii a c-:se of v ,1 cruelty
occur in regard to wild 1 ird,. Tl.o la
boring man. whose work so nion It...
far I'i'nri In, haunt- vn u. -. !,s .-up'.,
patiioii.-hip with the h-rd.-.. i t' il; v"
none is more friendly than
who is huv to i.p-.c.t.. ! v
'lace. Cunihol '',;
A Clever l: lert.
A b'g.il dignitary, who had rio u from
an humble rank ol' bfe. was twilled by
an opponent for "having begun life ns
barber's boy." "It is true that I did so,"
was the answer; '-and if yon hud begun
in il similar station y. m would have re
mained there till the present day."
Not Hi 1 loll) t.
Stranger Is your father in?
Stranger Where can I find him?
Doy Dunno. North Pole, I gueeg,
Mom's cltjauin houae. QooI News.
Which would you rath
have, if you could have
your choice, transparent
skin or perfect features?
All the world would
choose one way; and you
can have it measurably.
and live wholesomely
otherwise, you will have
the best complexion Na-
ture has for you.
All sorts of stores sell
it, especially druggists;
all sorts of people use it.
All kinds of fresh, salt and
I m ike the best of all kinds of sai
sages and keep a good suppl
constantly on hand.
MAKKKT f). - SIXTH - STh'KSs'T
Uetsveeti Main ntul I'earl
Plattsmoiith, - - Nebraska.
B. A. McELWAIN
Uarnes an Meffant JStoc
Everything kept that goes
to constitute a first-class
jewely store is kept in his
stock. Repairing done by
first-class workmen and sat
isfaction guaranteed or inonw
B. A. McELWAIN,
l'ir-t itimr -until of
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures,
nil nervous "diseases, headache,
blues, nervous prostration, sleep
lessness, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance,
lits and hysteria, but also builds up
the body. "I am pleased to say that
after years of intense sulTering with
nervous disease, hcauachcand pros
tration, 1 tried Dr. Miles' KYstora-
livc .Nervine, and in two weeks
gained eight pounds in weight. I
euuni noi ne down to sleep, nut noj'
sleep perfectly easy, ami am i im
proving wonderfully. Cannot sfey
enough for the .Nervine.--Mrs. ),.
i 1 1 1,1. A l I , 1 '11 11 K 1 r K, A . 1 , tine CI
tonier used Nervine and gained fif
teen pounds in llesh.- Ukown a
Maviu kv, Cortland, X. Y. Trial
bottles and elegant book free at F.
G. Fricke ,V Co. ;t.
ilfer m dollars reward lor
any case of calan h that can not be
cured by 1 bill'.- Catarrh Cure. V-
I-. J. Clicncv ,v Co. Props, Tolei 0
We the uiider-igned, have known
F. J. Chenee lor the la-t l.'i years,
and belie ban pcfcclly honorable
in all bui.-m-ss trausiiclioiisntid fin
ancially able toenrry out an oblig
utions made by their firm.
West iV Trua, Wholesale Drug
gist, Toledo Ohio., Walding Kinnnn
A fat in, Wholesale drug" ist Teile
doCdiio. Hall's Catanh Cure is taken inter
nally, action directly uponthe blood
mm ous sin laces ol the system
H'.per bottle. Sold bv all.
gisl; 'I estiiuouials free.
feome Foollsli f'ooiile
, v" on iiiiiu ii geta
beyond the reach of medicine They
say "Oh, it will wear away," but in
most cases it wears them away.
Could they be induced to try the
successful Kemp's Halsain, which
is sold on n positive guarantee to
cure, they would see the excellent
effect after taking the first dose
Price ,.()c and $1. Trial size free. At