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VOL. 8, NO. 2 j.
Two or three months ago there
visited in Lincoln u young liuly from
Chicago, wlm is probably destined to
Neurit prominently before the public
in the very ni'iir futuro Miss Lillian
Holl,of 222.'n,rnlrionvonue, whowastho
guest of Mr. mid Mrs. Chidistor in this
city. Miss Hull has written a book
which Harpers now have in press, that
has already excited it groat deal of
I'omment, before it is out of tho pub
lishers' hands. RisHomn time since
it was announced thai a Chicago lady
had written u story entitled "An Old
Maid and Her Lovo Alfairs," and proof
sheets of tho forthcoming volume com
ing under the observation of lOdvvard
Hok and other literary critics, and
elicit lug tho wannest comniendatlon,
public interest has been awakened in
the hook, and its appearance is eagerly
looked forward to. Mr. Huk has ox
amiiied the manuscript of the story,
and lie has assured Miss Hell in the
strongest terms, that her book will lie
u bin success.
It has been said that" All Old Maid
and Her Love Alfairs" is an autobiog
raphy. A reporter of a Chicago paper
recently asked Miss Hell if her book
was, in any way, a recital of her own
experiences. "No, no, no, not (piite,"
laughed tho young writer, "that was a
rather absurd blunder duo to the title
of the book, which lias puzzled many
people. It originated tliis way. Some
one asked mo that, and 1 retorted that
1 had given my book that title in order
to glvo tho awfully clover people the
chanco of asking that question. How
did I come to write tho book ? Oh, u
number of us wero hero in this very
parlor when tho talk turned upon old
maids. I said 1 would reserve my
opinion until I wrote my book upon tho
subject, when I should talk without re.
servo. Then I wrote tho story. Well,
tho Harpers aro publishing it for mo
and have treated mo vory kindly, hav
ing put it ahead as much us possible.
Thoso who lmvo read tho advance
shoots like the book immensely. It is
tho story of an old maid of thirty
years of ago. Sho has really no love
alfair of her own. The alfairs of her
neighbors are hers. That's how the
title caino to puzzle so many people
who lmvo not read tho book. They
think it must be tint old maid's lovo
alfairs and that I am tlieold maid."
Miss Hell is twenty-six years of age.
Sho has been writing for some time,
but "An Old Maid and Her Love Af
fairs" is her ilrst book. Heretofore
her elforts have been confined to short
stories, etc., which have found a ready
market with tho high class magazines.
Under tho circumstances tho receiv
ership of tho Capital National bank
isn't tho pleasant est thing in the world
and Mr. MoFnrlnnd doubtless relin
quished tho place without any regret.
The appointment of Mr. H. K. Hayden
is very favorably regarded. Tho latter
gentleman is a banker of wide experi
ence, and lio has few superiors in tho
state in practical knowledge of the
banking business. He is withal a hard
worker and lie will address himself to
the taskof straightening out tlioalfairs
of tho defunct bunk with iidclluito pur
pose of achieving the best possible re
sults for depositors. Tin: Coi'iMKit
wishes him joy.
Somebody started tho rumor early in
the week that It. C. Ontcalt, cashier of
the erstwhile Capital National bank,
lind left town, anil there was something
of a sensation for a few hours. Mr. Ont
calt was found, however, without any
ditllculty, and the dally papers missed
what might have been a big lead. Mr.
Moshor was interviewed in Omaha on
tho subject of Mr. Ontcalt's reported
disappearance, and the late bank pres
ident grew facetious. "1 have it from
Mr. Ontcalt's attorney, though," said
Mr. Moshor, "that he will not go to
Australia, as 1 did. He is going straight
to tho moon. If anybody kin, Dick
kin, you may bet your life on that. Hut
seriously, 1 don't know where Mr. Ont
calt is," continued Mr. Mushier. "I
think ho is on ids farm south of Liu
coin, but as I have seen him but once
since I came to Omaha it is impossible
for mo to state where he is. 1 know
that one of Marshal White's deputies
lias sorved papers on Mr. Ontcalt
within the past twenty-four hours, so 1
guess ho must have postponed his trip
to the moon. The papers I refer to
were connected with the case that was
tiled ill the circuit court the other day
bringing suit against Mr. Ontcalt and
myself on a note."
Mr. Mosher, by the way, seems to
have changed his mind about going to
tho penitentiary. He has all along
Insisted that he preferred to go to jail
and sillier the penalty of his crime.
Only a few days ago he Informed a
friend in Omaha that ho was anxious
'I want to get the
matter over, lie said, "I am really an
xious to ho imprisoned. What will a
tow years imprisonment lie to mo? 1
am young and can stand it, and when
l coiaoout evorvthiiig will lmvo boon
arranged, and I will be in a position to
into business again." Moshor ro
gards tlio whole alfair as not hing more
nor less than ordinary business trans
.cv ""wKllX'A. . f im.m i w --.--i t : rjlEW. .k . I ..nW ,i v
i&tkBSfmbtiBBJffii EUTERWILY VfeWSPApST" fedi "
action. Ho is, or has protended to ho,
entirely willing to spend two or three
years behind prison lairs for the sake
of enjoying, all the rest of his life un
molested, his private rakoolf from the
Capital National Hank "failure,"
which Is variously estimated at from
$2.-0.(XMto $7H.000. Until this week
Moshor has mifuifcstcd a surprising
eagerness to admit everything anil
plead guilty to all the crimes in the
calendar. Hut now a change has come
over Lincoln's prize Humidor. He was
arraigned before Judge Dundy in Om
aha on Wednesday and pleaded not
guilty to the various charges in tho in
dictment. Not many months ago Moshor ap
peared before the grand jury in
this city and confessed that ho
had deliberately falsified tho rec
ords of tho bank, etc., etc. Now
he comes into comt, and lol he is
as pure as the driven snow. "Not
gully" he pleads to every charge. Till:
Corittm doesn't desire to cast any ro
lled ions on the veracity of Mr, Mosh
or, but most peole will bo disposed to
accept his Hist statement rather than
his hist The public is watching the
Mosher case with great interest, and
if t lie accused succeeds in escaping t ho
toils of the law It will bo hard to con
vince some people that the law is not a
sham and a delusion.
Tho scheme to draw the members of
the Voting Men's llopublioan Club to
gether mid re-kliidleeiithiisiasm in the
organization has taken dellnite form
in (lie appointment of a committee to
arrange for a banquet, at which speak
ers of prominence will exploit repnbli
caiilsm in a iminuer calculated to stir
up the members of the club. May -'.Mil
has been ll.xeil as the date for the ban
quet. It will bo held at the Windsor
hotel. The list of speakers already an
nounced aro .lohn M. Thurston and II.
I). lOnstorbrook, of Omaha: U. D. Moi
klejohn, of Fullotton; Chancellor Can
Held, (J. M. Lainbortson. I. W. Lansing
ami W. 10. Andrews. Mr. Thurston will
sneak on "The Future of the ltopupli-
cau party," and Mr. Hastorbrook s sub
ject will lie "Parties." Other subjects
will bo announced later.
Scarcely a week passes now but some
state convention is hold in this city.
Knights, doctors, dentists, and funeral
directors follow each other in rapid
succession, and the fad that they
usually come back, may betaken as an
evidence that the visitors aro pleased
with tho reception accorded them.
Tho Nebraska state baud made its
first public appearance at Lincoln
Park last Sunday, and those persons
who expected good results from Mr. I
Irvine's organization were not disap
pointed. The twenty-five men made
a striking appearance in their hand
some now uniforms, and the music was I
of a very high order. The baud has
been secured by t lie park management,
and will give regular concerts at that
popular resort. Requests aro now coin
ing in from all parts of the state.
A number of foolish people got ex
cited this week and there was a big
run on tho Nebraska Savings bank.
Every depositor got his money, and
there was no real alarm except among
tho school children who had several
thousand dollars on deposit. None of
tho other banks wore effected in tho
slightest degree by the run. Thinking
people have conlidence in legitimately
conducted banking institutions, and
tho banks of Lincoln aronowcoiillning
themselves to a strictly legitimate
Lincoln gives a great deal of money
and attention to some enterprises that
are comparatively worthless, and ne
glects many opportunities that aro
really important. It has been demon
strated that a beet sugar factory can
be secured for this city upon tho as
suraucothat the necessary quantity of
beets will be grown, and notwithstand
ing the fact that beets can be grown to
a very good profit, those who own land
ami aro supposed to be interested in
tile city's welfare, are not disposed to
give tho new enterprise any material
A rnlit' "if Luxury
Hundreds of people have availed
themselves of tho many privileges of
the sanitarium of the Sulpho-Salino
1 tut li company this week. The great
plunge bath has become immensely
popular, and it is liberally patronized
day and night. Tho handsome build
ing is designed and furnished so as to
a I lord many of the conveniences and
luxuries of dub life, and it is the
plcasautcst place in the city in which
to while away an hour or two. In a
few days all of the depart inents will bit
in operation, and patrons may secure
any kind of bath. Skilled attendants
are in charge, and efllcient service can
be seemed at any hour. I'll 11 particu
lars as to hours, etc., are given else
where in this issue ot Tin: Curium.
Visit the Annex when you want a do
iicious meal, cleanly spread, well cooked
anil politelyserved. Callat i:i.'IS. l'Jth.
I'm: CoL'iiii:ii olfors an oiinortunitv
to Visil llio world s lair lice. All mill
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is necessary is to secure twenty five
new subscribers any one can do that,
A round trip ticket to i. lilcago on any
, lino of railroad will be given to any
( person securing that number of sub
seriliors. See large advertisement
n i ii
If the republicans of Lancaster
county are disappointed at the course
of (Iovornor Crounso relative to ap
pointments, tho republicans of Doug
las are aggressively Indignant. All
there is left of Croiuiso's popularity in
Omaha and vicinity could bo crowded
into very small compass, and there
would still bo plenty of room left. Not
a single appointment made by the gov
ernor has given the party any marked
pleasure, and lu more t hau one lust mice
executive action lias been followed by
poignant grief. When he appointed
V. O. St tickler on the hoard or Hro and
police commissioners, ho capped the
climax. People acquainted with the
inside facts of Croiuiso's candidacy
know that the two brewers, King and
MItS J V. M. HVS MONO,
Directress and hoinuierof the Ltiuoln Oratorio Society.
Met., democrats, wero largely instru
mental in bringing the sage of Fort
Calhoun to the front, and their money
helped elect him. St rickler's appoint -meiit
is a direct slap at this iiilluoucc.
Tho latter was one of the main guys of
the prohibition amendment campaign I
three years ago, ami ho rendered him- '
self specially obnoxious to the null
prohibitionists. Since then lias also
developed into a principal steoror of
tho independent party. Ho is "ollon-
sivoly partisan." Why ho was ap
pointed on the Hro and police commis
sion no one seems to know.
Among all of (Iovornor Croiuiso's
peciiliarappoiiituieiits none occasioned
greater surprise than that of Frank
Hilton, of lilair. When Hilton was
made chief oil Inspector the politicians
wore at their wits' end to account for
his selection. They toll a story in
Omaha which, if true, makes it plain
why Matt. Daiighorty and the other
follows wero turned down to make
room for Hilton. They say that the
governor has for some time laid a
judgment against Hilton for something
liko $2,0(10 ami that ho gave the lilair
patriot tho job in order to secure Ills
$'ViOO. It is reported that the judg
ment has been marked off of the roc
ords since the appointment.
"Hryan may not stand as well witli
tlie democrats as ho did some time
ago," remarked a well informed politi
cian ton Cormm representative the
other day, "but lie is gaining with the
independents right along. When it
comes to nominate a candidate for gov
oritur I believe it will bo Hryan against
the Held. Hit will not bo aide to unite
the democrats mid the independents,
however." Mayor Weir is being urged
for the next independent nomination
for governor, and it would not be sur
prising if he developed considerable
strength. It is hardly likely Unit
Crounso will be a candidate for renoiii
iiiatiou. Ho is known to bo sick of his
job already, and there is an occasional
rumor ahat he intends to resign. It is
a fact that it' almost anybody else ox
cept Tom Majors had been lieutenant
l governor, Crounso would have resigned
j last winter. Hoyd didn't extinct a
great deal of amusement out of the
i governorship; and Crounso is even
I more unhappy.
i Tho independents 0(k with consid
erable !aor on the scheme to liiaUe
Judge Maxwell the party nominee tor
j(,7,; ,,f ,
io supreme court, and in the
event that his onlniou in the imneach
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mem ease is strongly aglllllsl Hie lie
cused olllcials, if is not improbable
that ho may lie supported bvthethiid
party. prominent republican who
regards Maxwell as a shrewd politician
thinks that the judge may receivi t
regular republican nomination "hui
pose his opinion in tlio impeachment
SATURDAY, MAY u, 189,1,
case should be favorable to the state
otlldals, ami It wouldn't surprise me at
all it it should bo, Maxwell's candidacy
for Mio republican nominal Ion would
bo more formidable. It would bring
him mack to tho parly," If Maxwell
should bo tho Independent candidate
it will not bo easy to boat him.
Tho prohibition organ in Nebraska
is some how not in Hue with the chief
exponent of tho third party in the na
tion, The following is from (lie last
issiio of the Now York I'oiVo:
7Vm AVio HcniiUlic or Lincoln, Neb.,
objects to what it terms our "fling" at
tho inaniuomonl of the Prohibition
Party lu that state lu the last election.
In t'le same Issue it prints from tho
pen or a prominent Prohibitionist or
the state the following:
"II luuiPiirii Unit I'riililtillliuiliitiiiiltlltlit llliiiilo
IhIIIIi lllllllx llll'lr tlltll ('lllllllll(ll on liluli tiirltf, I
IiIkIi iihiih'.v, IiIkIi triiuiortiitliii iiml t roll II il
1 lull III IIhi lliiinr Irnllli. A' i'H ileum tlmv
llit'it imiilimt in ii rlir Mini iintiui, rulilnr,v iiihI
This is a sample of the "contempti
ble flings" ami unfounded slanders
that have appeared against the prohi
bition party from time to time without
contradiction. The AVie lleutlilte is
counted as tho prohibition party organ
of the state. If our party olllcials aro
to write and tlio state organ is to print
such slanders as these, how can the
people of Nebraska bo expected to
(lock to tiie party standards' Wo as
sumo that the same tactics prevailed in
the campaign of 181)2. If so, there is
no need to lay the blame for the great
falling olf of our vote in the prosldon
tial campaign in that state to the
amendment, light. One of the men
who had most to do with doubling up
tlio vote in Klmdo Island the other
day is tlio same man against whom
such a light was made In IS! 12 by those
who seem to be now in control of the
party in Nebraska, and under whose
control Hidwell polled l,!Krj votes
where Fisk had polled !I.I2!. Isn't it
high time for the rank ami file of the
party in that state to do some hard
J. 10. Douglas is a candidate for reg
ister of deeds. M. M. Do Levis has been
'mentioned" for justice of the peace.
Jerry Simpson will be among the
delegates to the railroad congress to
be held in this city in June. ,
The society of tlio Hall in the drove
met last evening. Mrs. Stein, Mr.
Cheney, Mrs. Hall. Mr. Leiultt, and
others participated in the program.
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l.li'llli'lllllll llllil .ills, oiiiiiiuiiii r,.
Sparrow are verv happv over tho birth
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oi a son ai ron .Magara, .ir. sparrow s
station. Mrs. Sparrow will lie lemeiii
bored as Miss Opal Tou.aliu. Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Smith are to
bo congratulated upon the birth of a
son, Omaha Hco.
Miss Mabel Met en 1 1' entertained the
W. 10. C. Cooking idub Saturday after
noon. Those present were Misses
Hliuieho (iarten, Maude Lyon, Florence
.Miirlay, Daisy Cochrane, lOdith and
lOtta Parrish, Mamie (lowers, (irace
Huntsingor, 1011a Matthews ami Lizzie
After the theatie call at "The Annex
Cato" for a lunch. lOverything nice,
iiewaud attractive. Prices reasonable.
One of the most interesting novels
of western life evei written "A
Nymph of the West," by Howard See
I .. u ...ill 1 1.1 1 I....I 1.. 'O... I I. . i.
ie.v. n mil un iiiuiniii'ii iii i nr. v in
u ii, beginning next Saturday
If you have any leisure time gi
twenty live o
f your Irieuds to subscribe
to I'm. Cm mi a and you will receive in
ctiiru a round trip ticket to Chicago
good any time during the world's fair.
11 1 Ilk
Chancellor Caullold, of tho state mil
versitv, has recently visited a number
oT interior towns, and he Is sallsllod
Unit there will bo a big Increase in I ho
number or students this fall. The
chancellor scorns to have boon far more
successful in advancing the interests
of the institution with tho people than
with the legislature, and the chalices
aro that a good many oT thouowstti
dents will be compelled to iccelvo their
dally dose of intellectual pabulum lu a
standing posture, or else be squeezed
to death sitting. Prol'ossor Caiillolil is,
all things considered, I ho greatest
"rustler" In Lincoln. and the imlveiHll v
Is doing the biggest business in town.
II is pleasing to note, however, that
there is no boom on at this popular In
st it ul lou, rather, to coin a brand new
phrase, "a good healthy growth." IT
Lincoln had a Caullold or two In tho
board or trade, and one lu the city
council, ami one or t wo engaged in mor
cantlle pursuits, this town, which now
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olf a few years and take a nap, would j
bo given an impetus In tho direction of !
anil 1 1 mi i maiinosis a ins losnionto lav
progress imii would mane some people
dizzy, It is announced that John K.
lilt will lissome Ills illltlesns freli'lil
commissioner lor t lie Commercial culli
or Omaha, May UU. Mr. Utt will very
soon convince t lie people ot ( minlia t hat
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they did the proper thing when they S. Heed, ( leorge W. Lowery, T. A. Car
employed him. Few men in this part i others, P. J. Cunningham, M. l- Perry,
or tho country have as clear an under i(ieorgo P. Tucker estate, J. W. Iloldon,
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sliiiiilinir of (lie iiiiesl inn nf freli'lil
rates, and ho will uodo doubt make his
knowledge of material bouollt. to the
town on the river.
The following persons have boon ap
pointed on (iovornor Croiuiso's stall' :
John O. Wiitson. N'ohriislm (Ml v. iiiduii
advocate general; U.S. Ilotchklss, Lin-
Shumway, Wakollold; II. 10. Mil I ford
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coin, inspector; lieorge n. Jenkins, V .,i """'. 47, ""
Falrimry, quartermaster; Dr. It. .;. Little Is r.-gardod as ono if tho strong
(iifion, Lincoln, surgeon general; C. K. fst iiiomborHor tho university faculty,
Adams, Superior; W. F. Cody, North ' "J"1 rotlromoiit will ilunrlvo tho in
Platte; II. O. Paine, Alnsworth; Lieut. H ''dors of an exceedingly viilmihlo
J. J. Porshlm?. U. S. A.. Lincoln: II. P. I i'"H itiitioii. Tho loss or Prof. Llttlo ro-
wmiiiia: n. jti. . oiiueii, neoroii; ii, n. ,,, ". ,r ' , , , ", , ; 7
McCnll, Lexington, colonels. This is I '; Ii-oh of the state legislature, is
an exceptionally good stair. Stir- Vm"k ."".'!!y .'.,r luir,,0Ht I",1;',
rounded by a body of men like those H '' instilu ions ollor much bettor
nerhans 1 1 is Icliioss. ( iovornor Crounso. hidiicomonts in t ho way or salary, and
may appear to more advantage than
isiiai. nullum inn, ny the way has
iiIwiivh been the iiwner of nil eveeeil
ingiy well developed pull with the gov
ernors of this state. He Is pi etty nearly
always on the executive stair, aithougii
.N'obraskaiis do not see much of him.
11 Tin: Cotntimt Is not mistaken (iov
ornor Thayer gave him a staff appoint
ment with the rank of general prior to
his depart uro for Kuropn four years
Frank Hadly, Charles K. Piorson, K.
Milmiro and Charles 10. Sorfelt wont
to Omaha Sunday, ami they did not
walk or go by rail. They mailo the trip
on bicycles. 11. W. Hardy has been
ejected president of tho Lancaster
County Old Settlors Associati I. C.
I' McKesson, secretary, and Phil
Hawker, treasurer. The annual outing
will be hold Juno l.'ith at Hurliiigtoii
Heach or Lincoln Park. Says the
Slule ,imriiiil: Professor Little has a
'Note on a (icoinotrioal Theor-
em" ill the forthcoming number of tho
.1 (ill ti llimkiiis Miitlit'iniitit'iil .liiiirunl
lle proves very conclusively that since
ail (igons have a Hrianchon Pb in
( iinon, all must lmvo the Pascal Lb
in common, or words to that elfect.
Professor Little knows more about
pure noil iimululteraileil and uiiwash-
ml imii liiiiiml iis I linn ItliieWstniin ni'iir
L'uessed about common law. Col Harry
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S. Ilotchklss, a mail of bright ideas
and the ability to reduce them to t an
gible form, has been appointed maun
ger of Hurliiigtoii Heach
J. D Calhoun, who has been conllu-
ed to tie' house for a month and a half
was down town this week, to the grati
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ucaiiou in in- iiiiiii,, iiM-ini-i i . ,, .
Little, president of the Lincoln Street
Itailwav. and A L Hurr. of Alma, a
brother to Messrs C ('., L. ('.and
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D. Hurr of this city, were school mates
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u Dixon. III., something iiko iniriy
yeai'sago. They met lor the Ilrst time
sini e their yoilththe nt her day ill Liu
,i,.ln in niie nt'.Mr Little's street cms
The Hon. ico Stcrnsilorf, of Omaha,
was in Lincoln Wednesday. Mr.
Stein-dorf says he isn't in politics
very extensively now, but he ventur
'ed'to express the hope that the
democrats would quit rowing, and
speaking of Mr- Hryan lie said tho con
givssiiinu "is in my opinion one of the
smoothest politicians in tlie state." He
added that he had heard some one say
that theie might be all an ell'oit made
ill the next legislature to establish a
connection between Mr Hryan and the
-eat III the United States Senate now
held down by Charles I''. Mallderson.
The ntlice of the American lOxprcss
( ',, mi.iitiv uill lie iimler tile numilL'e
iiiont ot Charles II Mann. Albert Wat
u las i,en appoiuted receiverof the
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.Milirv ii ill. I, ....... ..,
Drs. Carter, Simmons, Pee
hlcs mid Dawson attended the session
1 of the State Medical Society at Ne
I'i'aska l ity tin- week
i; V Parks, wlm for some turn past
ux been soorotnrv of the ouug Mi n'
I 'KICK I'M VIC CICNTS.
Christian Association, bade farewell
tohlslrlouds Monday evening at tho
roNideucoof Kov.O. A. Williams, and de
parted for Jersey City, where ho will on
gage in association work, .lohn L. Mor
lisnii. the young man who as editor of
tho (Vote Hi) Sum Impressed himself
rather unpleasantly upon tho memory
or a number or Lincoln young people
who woio enjoying aiioulliigal Crete
a couple of years ago, and who was
afterwards Lincoln coriespoudont or
llioM'nWf llrrtihl, has boon in the city
this week. Mr. Morrison is now
known by his whiskers, lie Is d!y oil
Itorof (lie Duliilh liven iny llcnilrf.
C. W. Coekrell has purchased tho in
teroHl or his brother. W. A III the
Coekrell llros. Commission Co,, and
the latter has removed to St. Louis.
Congressman W. .1 llryan will address
u democratic meeting at At Inula, (hi,,
lime I'Jth. Ho will also deliver mi ad
dress at Milledgovlllo.
The estate or the late Klisha Doolll
tie will be divided between his wire
ami Mrs. Will Owen .lones, Ids adopted
daughter. Tho following aro charter
members or the roadster club just
formed In this city: M. Ackorinaii, .1.
L. Wood worth, Thomas Jacobs, J, II.
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I Mill, 111 , I, ,, . I III 1 1 l,V I 1 1, , I I . Jl lllflll 1.,
C. T. Hoggs, (1. L. Woodward, W, (1.
Hohaiian, I-'. (1. Ilohanan, C. H. Van
Diisen. W. li. Hughes. P. II. Swift. II.
('. Smith, Charles Slattorly, J. II.
Shlnn, S, K Cosford, C. L. Hooper,
David Fit.gcrald, F. W. Drown, John
T. Dorgaii, C. W. Coekrell, H. F. Park-
lugloii, O. A. I iirne.v, I'. Slouglitou II.
.1 I) IIiimiI liYiiil If j il in i'ii ft ti. I Mntirif, .1
iv.r ;" v . ..;.'?"
mxiiis. rroi. i mines i. ijiii.ii), pro
fessor of mat hematics at tho Uni
versity or Nebraska has received
a call to a similar position
in tho faculty or tho Lelauil Stanford
University at. a salary of .'I,(XX). He
has accent edt he same and has abend v
tendered ids resignation hero to take
University, largely through the nig-
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the best men are taken iiwav. I.elnoil
Slanford university, for instance, has
already scoured Prof. (loo. 10. Howard
and Proi.A.U. Warner. ThetimolsNoon
coming when tlio University of Nebras
ka will have to pay much higher salar
ies or else lose its present standing.
It cannot succeed unless it receives
liberal treatment from the legislature.
Tho success or tho new Nebraska
State Hand and orchestra Is now as
sured. Applications are being received
from various parts or the state and al
ready the people of Lincoln are begin
ning to realize ami appreciate the im
provement, that is being offered.
The vast facilities or tho J. C. Ayor
Co., oT Lowell, Mass., enable thoin to
place The Superior Hlood-puriilor -Ayer's
Sarsaparilla within easy roach
of tlio poorest invalid. Don't bo in
duced to take a "cheap" substitute,
Always remember that the best is tlio
Hiill'alo flour $1.00 per sack. Miller
a (ilir.it-il iriwiii-i! .i.i. Hurl- lllb-
Sr m: or Onto, city or Toi.r.no, )
Lrrs Cocnty. J ""
Fiiank J. Ciiknijy makes oath thatho
is tho senior partner in tho Hrm of F.
J. CniAKV A Co , doing business in the
oil V of Toledo. Count viillil Stuto iifnrn.
:'. i .....i 1 1..., ....i.i ii :ii ii
niiiiifiiniiiiiiivniiiii in in , in JIIJ lllliniltll
or ONIO HUNDUIOD DOLLARS ror
each ami every ease of catarrh that can
not be cured by the use of Hu.l.'sCv
i uinii Ci in:..
FHANK J. CHIONIOV.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
in my presence, this Kith day ot Decem-
Mr. A. D. bs.sti.
A. W. (1LI0ASON.
nun n iiuiiiu ,. iiiit i-, iiim'll llllt'l-
milly and ads directly on the blood
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Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter-
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Sens for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHLXIOV ,V CO., Toledo, O.
Iff" Sold by Druggists, Toe.
A tine line of canned soups 2.") cents
per can. Miller A. (iilford, grocers,
Daudrulf isdue to an enfeebled state
of the skin. Hall's Hair Konower
quickens the nutritive functions of
the skill, healing and preventing the
formation of daudrulf.
Hood's Pills cure constipation by re
storing tlie peristaltic action of the al
imentary canal. They aro the best fam
ily eat hart le,
It Citi Vliiit
to stay at home than to take advantage
of the Hurliugton's ten dollar oxour
.inn in simriilmi. tt'vn.. 'I'miwlnv. Mm-
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Ask A. C .iemer, city ticket agent,
at 'I'eiith and Ostieets, for further par-
v full line of imported Sardines and
canned soups Miller A Olllord. odd.
..Hi,, ii tin, ftn.i ,.r i hi, ,.,i,i. ii..,r
I calls tho I act, once more that tho State