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Cured of Catarrh of Kidneys by
I General Nebraska News.
DETAILED VOTE IN NEBRASKA
NEWSY STATE BRIEFS.
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Mrs. L. C. Glover, Vice Pres. Milwaukee,!
Wis., Business Woman's Association, is
another one of the million women who
have been restored to health by using
Lydia E, Pinjdiam's Vegetable Compound
" Deab Mns. PrasnAJi : I was married for several years and no children
blessed my home. Tho doctor said I had a complication of femalo troubles
and I could not have any children unless I could be cured. Ho tried to euro
mo, but after experimenting for several months, my husband became dis
gusted, and ono night when we noticed a testimonial of a woman who had
been cured of similar trouble through the use of LytUn, E. Pinkham'fl
"Vegetable Compound, he went out and bought a bottle for me. I used
your medicine for three and ono half months, improving steadily in health,
and in twenty-two months a child came. I cannot fully express the joy and
thankfulness that is in my heart. Our home is a different place now. as wo
have something to live for, and all the credit is due to Lydiiv J2. PInklmm's
Vcgotabjo Compound. Yours very Ginccrcly, Mns. L. C. Glover, OH Grovo
St., Milwaukee, Wis." Vice President, Milwaukee Business Woman's Ass'n.
Women should not fail to profit by tho experience of these two
women ; just as surely as they were cured of tho troubles enume
rated in their letters, just so certainly -will Iiydln 12. Pinlrham's
Vetretablo Compound cure others who suffer from womb troubles,
inflammation of tho ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous excitability,
and. nervous prostration ; remember that it is Xi.vdia E. Pink
Ziam's Vegetable Compound that is curinpr women, and don't allow
any druggist to sell you anything else in its place.
An Indiana Lady Tells of a "Wonderful Cure:
"Dear Mks. Pinkiiam: It is a pleasure
for me to write and tell what your wonderful
medicine has done for me. I was sick for
three years with change of life, and my
physician thought a cancerous condition of
tho womb. During these three years I
suffered untold agony.
" r cannot find words in which td ex
press my bad feelings. I did not expect to
over see another well day. I read some of the
testimonials recomending your medicine and
decided to write to you and give your treat
ment a trial.
" Before I had taken half a bottle of
Iiydia E. Pinkham's Vegctablo Com
pound, I began to sleep. I have taken now '
six bottles and am so well I can do all kinds
of work." Mns. Lizzie IIinkle, Salem, Ind.
If there is anvthincr in your case about which you would liko
special advice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. She can surely help
vou, for no person in America can speak from a wider experience ,
in treating femalo ills. Address is Lynn, Mass. ; her advice is free
and. always lielpf ul.
P ft ft ft FORFEIT ' w cAnnot forthwith prodticft the original letters and ilpmturej ot
H 1 1 1 1 1 bove Uitltaoulali, wlilcli will prove their atoluto genuineneu.
U U U U X.ydl 12. rinkhniu Sled. Co., Lynn, Mum.
Court Orders "Jim Crow" Bibles.
Six now Bibles have been ordered
by tho Judge of tho superior court of
New Hanover county, N. C, while tho
old ones aro to be burned. Back of
this simple fact lies a new develop
ment of tho race question, for the
judge has decided that hereafter the
court must uso soparato Bibles in the
swearing of white and negro witness
es. There will bo a white Bible and
a black Bible, or, rather, a Bible for
whit6 witnesses and another for black
witnesses. No reason can bo imag
ined for. this departure, except tho
fear of "race amalgamation." The
more sanitary reason for drawing tho
color lino around Bibles does not
seem sound, slnco white men carry
around about as many diseaso germs
as black men.
Dealers say that as soon as a cus
tomer tries Defiance Starch it is lm
porsible to soil them any other cold
water starch. It can bo used cold
Many Trees In Books.
It Is. stated that nine of tho most
successful recent novels aggregated a
sale of 1,000,000 copies, and the pa
per which these books were printed
on was made from pulp for tho most
part. Now pulp paper means the de
struction of many trees In the great
forests of the north, and probably
5,000 were sacrificed for these novels.
It would havo been better, tho Spring
field Republican thinks, to have left
4,990 of the trees standing, and put
the other ono into a composite mod
Fruit acids will not stain goods
dyed with PUTNAM FADELESS
A strange case of bad conscience is
reported from Lexington, Ind. A man
tbero has just received a check for
?o from a man In Wnshipgton, and
in tho accompanying letter tho man
stateB that about twenty years ago
ho lived next to him and stolo three
of his geese. No charges were ever
brought and no suspicion was attached
to him, but ho clalmod that he had
been unable to sleep well rocently, as
a flock of geaio haunted his droams
whorovor ho wont to sleep, and ho
thought that it must bo because ho
had novor paid for tho goeso ho had
stolen years ago.
Grim Old Paul.
Grim old Oom Paul Kruger, tragic
wanderer from the Transvaal, is in
lonely retirement at Mentone. Ho
wears a somewhat smart frock coat
and black trousers, and tho familiar
stoveplpo hat, bound with heavy black
crepe, and walks with a cane. A po
liceman disperses tho bearers of cam
eras In front of tho villa when tho
formor president enters tho house
dally, about noon, after a morning
spent In the garden. Tho old man Is
by no means depreplt and looks in
good health. He prefers tho company
of his own thoughts to intercourse
Stops tno Cough nnct
Works Ofr tho Cold
Laxative Urotuo Qtiinino Tablets. rrJco25c.
General Logan's Retort
A man who knew Joan A. Logan In
southern Illinois before tho civil war
recently said that on a certain occa
sion young T,ogan found it necessary
to doubt the voracity of a man con
siderably older than himself and told
him so -without any circumlocution.
"Don't you call me a liar, sir," said
tho man, excitedly. "I hnvo a reputa
tion to maintain, and I mean to main
tain it if I havo to do it at the polut
of a pistol."
"Oh," said Logan, calmly, "that
won't bo necessary. You maintain
your reputation all right every tlmo
you tell a He."
Use tho lest. That's why thoy buy Rod
Cross Ball lllue. At leading giwerij, Scouts.
God's holiness is tho keystone of
the bridge between earth nnd heaven.
Tho decision for the right is always
mora difficult than tho doing of 1L
Sirs. Wiit8low tvoormnir Hyrup,
For children tcetmog, oftcn ibu Kuuit, reduce .to
CAinuiatlan.alUf pain. cure wlod colic 23cboiUe.
RIdiculo has torn down more than
it has ever built.
Straight character cannot como out
of crooked living.
Storekeepers roport that the extra
quantity, together with' tho superior
quality of Deflanco Starch, makes it
next to Impossible to sell any other
Returns Received from Practically Alt
tho Counties In the State.
Complelo returns, many ot them f
flclal, havo been received from sovon-ty-nino
of tho ninety counties in tho
state, as follows:
Ilnrnoa, van, SedR- on
County. Itep. Kim. wick. beck.
t J 33
Dobt Is tho hangman's
Col rax .......
Dundy ............. S'JC.
Flllmoro ...' IOCS
Garfield .... 230
Howard ........... 831
Johnson -.. 1153
Keya Palm 3W
Knosc ; 27G
Red Willow 1010
Rock , '. 378
Surpy -.... S9
Saunders t 2000
Scott's Bluff ...... 3S1
Stanton ..; 023
Thayer 1113 , 10CO
Thurston S53 CS3
Washington 1303 10S7
Wayne 1011 04
Webster l(l 817
York 2013 132C
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Commandant Cole Resigns.
LNCOLN A. V. Cole, commandant
of tho Soldiers' homo at Grand Island,
has tendered his resignation to Gov
ernor Mickey and It has been accept
ed. It was reported that the resigna
tion had been demanded, but this Gov
ernor Mickey denied, saying that ho
would make a full statement of tho
case. It is said tho resignation has
been in tho hands of tho governor for
several days, but this ho refused to
confirm or deny. Colo was nn ap
pointee of Governor Savage and was
reappointed by Governor Mickey.
No Raffling for Turkeys.
PLATTSMOUTH There will bo no
rallllng for turkeys in Plattsmouth
this year. A citizen of Omaha was
In this city for-the purpose of arrang
ing to opernto a gamo of that kind
during tho week before Thanksgiving,
but tho proposition was turned down
by Chief of Police It. W. Hyers. Thq
ofllcera havo been trying to stamp out
gambling In this city for somo time
nnd do not caro to now rcmovo tho
bars which havo been put up against
tho evil. In years gono by raffling
schemes for turkeys havo been oper
atod In ono or two saloous and no ob
jections were raised.
Transferred to Grand Island.
Tho United States recruiting station
which has been in charge of Sergeant
Hall at Beatrice for tho last month,
has been transferred to Grand Island.
; Chancellor Andrews Speaks.
I TECUMSEH Chancellor B. Benja
min Andrews of the state university
dollvered a lecturo at tho Baptist
church in this city on tho subject,
"Probloms of Greator America." Tho
occasion was tho first entortalnment
in the Epworth Loaguo lecture course
and the attendance was good. Tho
chancellor's addroas was very able
and ho gave his hearers muoh food
for thought. Tho effort is receiving
Burglara entered a saloon at Paul,
Otoe county, and secured 520.
Somo of tho laundries of Fremont
havo boostod tholr ratoa a llttio.
Congressman Burkott, after spend
ing two weeks in Nebraska campaigning,-baa
roturncd to Washington.
For drunkenness, non-support nnd
desortion, Mrs. Fnnnlo Miller of Otoo
county is sooklng dlvorco from Elmer
On tho niornltlg of November 22
tho pastors of fivo Fremont churches
Will exchange pulpits, according to an
Isaac Kcnyon, ono of the old set',
.tiers of Platto county, foil dead nt tho
homo of his daughtor, Mrs. Robert
Tollcs, at Columbus.
Ono of tho handsomest monuments
In Sarpy county was erected nt Papll
lion' in memory of Ferdinand Peter
son, ono of tho first settlors.
Frank Krchnavy, aged 35, Binglo, of
Weston, was brought boforo tho ex
amining board in Wahoo and adjudged
insane. Ho was taken to Lincoln.
Tho Northern Milling company's
safe in tho mill nt Arcadia was blown.
The 'robbers wcro not up-to-date, as
thoy used drills and powder. Only
?3.12 was secured, but tho safo door
Is a wreck.
Harry D. Landis of Seward has boon
appointed deputy clerk of the supremo
court to tako tho place of E. W. Nel
Ben, resigned. Mr. Landis was in tho
land commissioner's office under Com
Tho collection by popular subscrip
tion of tho amount or monoy neces
sary to secure the gift of John D.
Rockefeller for the erection of tho
$100,000 building for tho university
lias received tlio approval of tho Com
mercial club of Lincoln.
Henry Gumpert's dry goods storo
at Fremont wns entered by burglars
and- several hundred dollars worth of
goods, consisting principally of silks
and tho higher grades of dress goods,
tnken. Tho burglary was not discov
ered until the. storo was opened in tho
Tho supremo court has decided that
low, wet, swampy lands, totally unfit
for irrigation, cannot bo taxed for ir
rigation purposes. Harvey E. An
Srews.apd others; wcro owners of such
land and tho Lillian Irrigation district
attempted to bring tho landa within
the district for taxutlon.
Wliilo out hunting, near tho Platto
river, Georgo Hasson of PlattBtnouth
had a couple of tho toes of his left
foot blown' off by tho accidental dis
charge of a shotgun. Young Hasson
was resting on the ground with tho
gun lying across his body, when it
suddenly exploded with tho result
Members of tho legislature will con
tinue to draw their ?5 a day for sixty
days so far as Judgo Ryan and tho
constitutionality of tho constitutional
amendment authorizing them to do so
is concerned. Tho supremo court
handed down a decision reversing tho
decision of tho lower court and dis
missing the case.
Chief Gamo Warden Carter return
ed to Lincoln from Omaha after hav
ing caused tho arrest of members of
tho commission firm of G. W. Icken
& Co. Ho will ndeavor to defeat tho
Echcmo of commission men to beat
tho gamo law. Ho has charged thla
firm with having moro than fifty prai
rie chickens in its possession and if
ho wins the suit the company will
havo to pay a fine of $5 for each bird.
Hans Voss of Schneider township,
Buffalo county, made a successful at
tempt at suicide. He was found by a
member of his family hanging in a
corn crib, a rope around his neck and
fastened to the rafter above Ho was
cut down, but later swallowed parls
green, from which ho died.
Tho supremo court has reaffirmed
a decision against W. H. McLucas and
others who claim title to an elevator
site on tho right of way of tho St.
Joseph & Grand Island Railway com
pany in tho town of Falrbury. Tho
railway company brought suit in tho
district court to recover possession.
The defendants assorted title by ad
verse possession and proved exclusive
occupancy under claim of right for
fifteen years. Tho trial court, how
ever, hold that tho statute of limita
tion had no application to the case
and gave Judgment in favor of the
Tho attempt of Valley county to
foreclose on property bought at a tax
sale was unsuccessful, tho supremo
court holding that a county cannot
foreclose without a sale having first
boon made by a county treasurer. Tho
county brought foreclosure proceed
ings against Maggie B. Mllford and
her husband to foreclose a lion for
taxes upon certain proporty In tho
town of Ord.
During an altercation, Honry Jones,
a farmor living near Red Cloud, was
HON. JOHN T. SHEAHAN, OP CHICAGO.
Hon. John T. Shoahan, who has boon for seventeen years mnnager of Mnrshall Field
Hi Co.'b wholesalo warehouse, and is corporal 2d Regiment Infantry, I. N. G., writes
tho following letter from 3753 Indiana avenue, Fiat Six, Chicago, 111.,
Pcruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen "Last summer I caught a cold which seemed to set
tic In my kidneys and affected them badly. I tried a couple of kid-'
ney remedies largely advertised, but they did not help me any. One
of my foremen told me of the great help he had received In using
Peruna In a similar case, and I at once procured some.
"It was Indeed a blessing to me, as I am on my feet a large part of
tho day, and trouble such as I had affected me seriously, but four
bottles of Pcruna cured me entirely and I would not be without It for
three months salary." JOHN T. SHEAHAN.
Mr. Jacob Fleig writes from 44 Sumner
avenue. Brooklyn, N. Y.:
"lam now a new man at tho age of
seventy-Uvc years, thanks to your
wonderful remedy Peruna. " Jacob
Catarrhal inflammation of tho mucous
lining of tho kidneys, also called "Bright's
disease," maybe cither acute or chronic.
The acute form produces symptoms of such
prominence that the serious nature of the
diseaso is nt once suspected, but tho chronia
variety may come on so gradually and in
sidiously that its presence is not suspected
until niter it has fastoncd itself thoroughly
upon its victim.
At tho appearance of tho first-symptom
Peruna should bo taken. This remedy
strikes at onco at tho very root of tho dis
ease. A book on catarrh sent freo by The
Pcruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.
Tho stock brokor Is usually In touch
with his customer's purso.
Tho man who wears tho best clothoa
may havo tho most creditors.
Hundreds of dealers nay the oxtrn
quantity and superior quality of, De
fianco Starch is fast taking place of
all other brands. Othors say they
cannot sell any other utarch.
You cannot pray to your Fathor
while you are Muring on preying on
"""Tho rays of humility reach to
To fail at all is to fall utterly.-Lowell.
Sometimes a comedian's divorco is
his first serious part
Don't you know that Deflanco
Starch, besides being absolutely supe
rior to any other, is put up 1C' ounces
in packago and sells at same prico
as 12-ounce packages of other kinds?
Marriage Is seldom n falluro when
Cupid furnishes tho capital.
Tho .Only Dentifrice of International
Standard 52 Years
A small door may lead to a large
Tho hand that is guided by intellect
is suro to achieve something.
Senator our4!!nri Anniversary rtook on Tat
tnt, cotiutnlncncirlr 100 UIuitrttmof mectun
IcM movements, and Taldnblo law point for Invent
ton and manufacturer! i Uo an Interesting list of
Invention FREE. Don't wait, write TO-DAY.
MASON, FENWICK & LAWRENCE,
Patont Lawyers, Washington, O. O.
The man whoso wire makes it hot
for him never speaks of her as tho
Bunshlno of his existence.
Difficulties are meant to rouse, not
will have Doflnanco Starch, not alone
bocnuso they got one-third more for
tho samo money, but also because of
Tho commuter who runs may read
if ho succeeds in catching his train.
A man has no business with religion
who has no religion with his business.
To many high balls wll lead you to
tho "three balls."
El YC permanently cari to fluor nerToneneti ato
lid first day'miMot Dr. Kiine'aOrratKrrveKritor
er. Send tor I'll UK 83,00 trial bottle and trtotlio.
Da. H.H Kline. Ltd.. Wl Arch Btrevt. l-Jiluule!iUa.r
Secreting our sins will not slay
Lovo is an inward itching for nn
A St. Louis World's Fair Informa
tion Bureau has been established at
1G01 Farnam St., Omaha, Nob., in
charge of Harry B. Moores, where nil
information will bo cheorfully fur
nished freo of charge.
, .ASK YOUD DEALED FOD THE
MADE FAMOUS BY AMPUTATION
1ATENDING OVED MODE THAN
HALF A CENTU0Y.
TOWER'S cexmtnts tnd jnt
Si haw art made of the best fSrfi
material in black or yellow rl I J
for all kbvb of wet work II I
SATISFACTION 15 GUaPAKTIED ff YOU 2TKX TO
THE 5IGN OP THE FBH. ...
A. U. TOWER CO, BOSTON. MASS.
5? Cigar better Quality than most 10! Clftars
Your jobber or direst from Factory, I'oorta, IV
OUR HO LID A Y PRICES
on Jewelry and Watclica jvt you 80. Send for
Flthi: CataloeUH anil srrurw a tiaryaln (or yourself
unit IrienUi. CARBON DIAMOND O0.,Syracuse,H,Y.
Leaned Lowell His Cook.
With tho engagement or May Goolet
to tho Duke of Roxburghe comes tho
inevitable flux of anecdote. Tho
most recent tale touches the father of
tho present dtiho nnd runs something
like this: When Jamo3 Russell Ixw
ell was sent to England ns minister
a warm friendship was formed be.
tween him and Roxburghe. It waxed
so strong that tho duko insisted on
lending Mr. Lowell his favorito cook,
explaining that "it is only men of
good digestion who succocd In war,
diplomacy or sport."
IN EACH STATS: to travel.
tuck slcna and distrlbuto circulars
and samp! os of our cowls. Salary $60
per month j 13 per day f or expenses.
OepL C-4, Atiat Block, . CHICAGO.
are touted to nettle In the state of Maryland, wbere
they mill dndadellsbtful aud bcaltby climate, first
clas market for Ibelr product! and plenty of land
at reasonable prices. Map and descrlptlTO pamph
lets will bo sent free on application to
Sec' State Board ol Immigration. BALTIMORE. MO.
When Answering Advertisement)
Kindly Mention This Paper.
W. N. U., Omaha. No. ,461903.
BBSS RAW FURS wanfed
For London Janusr j Sals. Qoossia, Jlu.krst. Mluf , I
Bkaut.. Ilaccoon ana ot nr. uiuntt catn prices pain.
Writ A.K. JJurknardt, aiaia At sua, unusssu,u
vnZ luias Wntht Ait iut fiuisrica
tP& nm I'ouiih Kjrup. Taste Good. TJ3 M
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