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PLATtSMOUTH TVXEkY ilClrikiii, TufJRSDA T, AIAY 10, ISSS.
HIGH CCi:OOU NOTES.
The question tin week is, "II-w many
seta have you made out?"
Nearly all thy t.-Hchern h ive their ex
amination (pieMions "made, out" find
hnhded to I hi- Miperiote admit for itppi val.
Miss-- JJai-ji'-lt itiiil Wright of the
braka City M'lutoU iited Pluttsmouth
fichnols J!if. i ,y. It mi Tin lo 111') H good
idea to il I .; f-o te rs to vinit neighbor
ing schools occrtsi'inly.
Our tr-i';4 on tlu f-chool gronud bays
b i:iiii to 1 iv' out niiflv. I think nt-ar-
ly nil tli it r-
nit. il will grow. How-
t'Tul'i lliu CiWH Hi 1J MKv Mrllgllt in
pasturing I i i.M' , hii.I have already hroknn
fceveriil of tli- 1 1 its,
President P try of Do in-: Cull -gi ,
Cr;t", INeb., give Ml a siiti I' I Vl.-tit Vi st I-(l-i
y morning. II- t 1 1 K J i lew iuinMf -t
to t i r graduating el ism nt Hi" In tif!l:- to
be d-'iiv.-d Ir-ioi continuing li ir -til li.s
n ft ? grudu itioii. 11 Mated llrit D-i'M
college wmii I i i-i-ivi- t-1 ;ni u jlrn of Hi in
school without fortn-a- examination.
H my t.upilij make the mistake of
thinking thut because they possess it di
ploma from some high echool, their edu
cation ix tinishcd. It in to be deeply re
gretted that so few of the alumni of our
school ever go to college after graduat
ing. A college course will pay. It is
impossible to out at the exact percentage
'of the successful men of thia country
who have h:M a cnllctf.; course. lut is
' t 1 i'-..! niMi't- ill hi vcutv-live i.-r
('lit f tic uvui'ir of both li.in- of
dinirros h ive Iv-i-n culle .re mn.
Lis of Letters.
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Poisons cilling for nriy of the above
letters will pl-'use sny "advertised."
J. N. Wisis. P. M.
From F-lJay's Onily
A liry;c tea party was givrii liist
evening by Jlrs. J. K. Cox, of this eity.
Had tlu: evening been more favorable
;nd dl the invited jiut-t- luen .u'es.-nr
it would no dnubt, Irive xddud uch t
thv men i on nl of thos- iri-suir, but as i
was. a biiire number or nearly all th
ladies inviti-d ut in nil aj pear '.nc. an
a very c-njoyabl" evi'tjiu" wa speitns
the rcaiilr. A few were invited from
abroad, but "V. ing to tho inclement
stale of the weal Iter, they could not
co:ii' Tea w-a fcrvU at 7 o'clock and
the company did not disperse until ten
Appended we siivp a list f ths invited
guut: Mrs. II. B. Burgess, Mrs. K. K.
Livingsten. Mis. II. E. Palmer, Mrs. C.
Pannele, Mi-t S.-.rah Iiaker, Mrs. l'Vil
Laihata, Mrs C. M. TV'fad, Mrs. F. S.
"White, Mrs. Walter White, Mrs. P. E.
White, Mrs. A. F. Ariiite, Mr. V. V.
Leonard, Mrs. W. W. Drmnmoud, Mrs.
John Simpson, Mrs. M. A. Hartigan, Mrs.
S. M. Chapman. Mrs. M. B. Murphy, Mrs.
Byron Clark, Mrs. S. II. Atwood, Mrs.
"Will Aicnw, Mrs, Geo. Dvy, Mrs. F.
Herrmann, Miv. S. Mayer, Mrs. P. E
RufTner, 3Iru.,Wei. B.tkcr, Mis. 1). H.
"WheeUr, o Oxiaha; 3lrs. A. 1Y. Mc
Laughlin, of Omaha; Miss Hattie Ful
mer, Miss Anna Livingston, Miss Anna
--As is usual for The Journal, it mis
represented another caso a few days ago,
Iv miyinsr that one of th Pinkerton men
was driven from the Cottage IIuse in
rather h rwugli manner simply because he
was a Pinkei ton man. Such was not the
case, we have been told by & reliable
party, but because he entered the house
nnd acted so unguitleroanly before the
proprietor and his wife that he was
obliged to shwvv liini the door. Any
other man would have been and should
have been ind in the same way if he
hud conducted himself i;i a similiar
manner. We do not like to see a man
misrepresent d in such a way iu order
that . another man might misrepresent
himself to other people and lead tluse
' people t believe he is a friend to them
when he has not tlu slightest intention
of acting as a true friend and simply
backbiting a company of men in order
that he nny improve his btuiutss, but
'time makes all things even."
Capt. II. E. Palmer, of Platinouh,
one of the old timers of this state, 13 an
k-s aspirant for the position of delegate at
'iLlire fro u Nbr.isk-t, to the Chicago Re
Publican convention in June. We hays
known Cipt. Palmer for several yaars
and wo foel assured that ha will fill
the bill. a:i "1o ths state credit. The
Chi"" will ba oleased to hear of his selec-ti.-n.-n-:
C'i.-i ! D.oy C-vi.
Tu;-: 5lr-itAi,i has materially asitod
in tlu Siiattuck fund matter, as is evi-dene-d
bv a receipt for 3'03.0."i. now in
11 liin.ls of Mr. C. W. S'-irrman. Wa !
b'.' to stu-e this as ft fact, having
seen the receipt 'fiom Mr. Rosewater.
--Any one sending us thirty sub.crib- The differences between the striking
crs to t'i V.'niitr.v !7 1 kai.d, we will gi7C switchmen and Southern Pacific was am
thein an Elgin silver watch. ' j icably adjuited this afternoon.
A HORRIBLE HOLACAUS r.
Meven Human Lives Lost by tho j
Rurnirw of a Farm Barn. '
j Fiiehont, Neb.. May 4. News has
just re-icliad h;r of a hombl holacaust,
wh'c'i occurred at Arlington, eight miles
from tdi.-t city, th'u in duing. About 0
o'clock the peopb; of Arlington saw a
large tiro at Mrs. Frez ;'s nnn. one mile
from the village. A party immcdiituly
went out, and beattoicd around amon-j
th smoking ruin.t of tli; biru, anaoug
about fifteen h- id of cattle and horses,
tiie charred rein tins of seven human be
ingH w-ae found. How th'-y came to be
in the barn ix a mystery, and the? theory
of foul play, or ths foolhardy attempt to
save tli.i block in the burning building
hi-.; thr- only reasons that can be assigned.
The kiiivr-n bodies have been identified by
Ri.'. s'i .;po an ! ot'.i -r w.ty as follows:
Fred Gotcliiich-n, AI:-n. Fred Gotelus
then. their three chit li- a and Fred's
brother Lo-jiJ, all s"itM., ntid Mrs. Freeze,
mother vd Mrs. G.oteiusclin.
TlteiO is a report that the hired man
has not been found.
Damocratic Convention Surprised
Sax Aktokia. Tex.. May 4. It haa
come to litrht thitt at the fovation held
liy the democrats in Pcarsoll, the county
Mjat of Frio County, on Monday lai-t, there
was a high old time. Tho objoct of tho
mevtiug was to elect delegates to the Foi t
Worth and Dallas conventions, which re
s-pectively nominate delegates to the St
Louis convention and candidates for fctate
olnces. This part of the work was smooth
ly performed. Then soma earnest demo
crat arose and ollered a sot of resolutions
which set forth tha the administration
of Presideu. Cleveland h (d been emiueut
ly wise, conservative and beneficial to the
country; th it :ti.s Lite message was a pat
riots a :d statssiuantik! documout; that
it was tiie duty of all good democrats to
support and niopt ttie sujgtfitioBS of said
inc-ssas:', and that the executive had so
earned the gratitude of the country that
it could do nothing wise than to retain
him in his present position.
The resolutions were put to a votw,
without a debate, nnd to the surprise of
their framer and his friends, were over
whelniingh defeated. A suggested in
dorsement of the Mills bill was also laid
out. The free trade loudois present then
called a mass meeting for later in tho
da' iu order to see, as one of them ex
pressed it, "whether they were demo
crats." At this meeting, which was sup
posed to be lar-rely composed of Millsites,
pretty much the same resolutions were
adopted by a small margin. The matter
has created somewhat of a scnati n. a-
Frio h n been in tha past one of the most
intensely democratic counties iu tke state
and evidences as strongly as anything
Possibly could the great chinge which is
taking plac3 in the tariff sentiment of
middle and western Texas. The move
ment i regarded as particularly inauspic
ious to Joseph Sayers, who represents this
district in Congress. There ao a half
dozen intend mt candidates in the field,
who will wrestle witli him in the nomi
nating convention. The objection to him
arises solely from his support of the Mills
proposition to place wool on the fice
Mors About Blaine.
New Yoiik, May 4. The sensational
stories which scvtral papers in this city
publish concerning Blaine's alleged in
tention of b it:g on the Atlantic at the
time of liie holding of the national con
vention, so he might not decline if nom
inated, turns out to be like many of their
ether exclusive storing, without any
foundation in fact. Mrs. Andrew Car
negie, who, with her husband, takes an
annual outing on Fells of Scotland, tent
some weeks ago froot her home in this
ity an invitation to Mrs. Blaine, asking
that she and Mr. Blaine join the party in
England, and proceed thence to the
Highlands, The trip is to ba made en
tirely by coaching To this invitation
Mrs. Caruegie received today from Mrs.
Blaine a kind note of thinks and accep
tance. She aud Mr. Blaine will join Mr.
andIrs. Carnegie, probably in London.
anTthen they will cravel by coach along
and over the bjrder and through the
Scottish highlands. Mr. and Mrs. Car
negi will sail from Englaod June 6.
Mr. Blaine ray not be home until into
summer, or probably not before early fall.
"This statetiunt," said a close friend of
Mr. Blaine last eveuing, "should put a
quietus on those haphazard guesses that
some democratic papers are making con
cerning Mr. Blaine's movements and in
enti&as." Good Ground for a Strike.
Los AsGKLts, Cl., May 5. The freight
department of the Southern Pacific road
is tied tip today, owing to a strike of
switchmen. Tht night switchmen ask
more pay or shorter hours of la'jor, and
tiie d iy switchmen h ive joined with them.
The night men now work fourteeq hours
and get the same pay as the men working
ten hours. The officials of the road say
the men were qareasonably hasty, and
I their places will be filled with new wen
i unless the strikers return to work at once.
; No settlement has Weeu reached yet.
. GERMAN COURTSHIP.
A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE FRAU
j which, on the advice of Matthew Ariiold,
.,... . , . , f ' he dec lined,
flow the Onektlon Is Popped 'I'crforinlug; .
., . , .. ! The most fonrlcsa rider in the capital
the ftlm-riitge etetuony Orretlnc the .,,-,- , . . , . '
is Miss French, tho daughter of Ii pre
Krlde ..d Groom-Strafse Sight, for 6eIlt;Ujve Vrvn(:u of Connecticut. t ho
American ryo Contentment. i rides a very spirited horso and sits her
At the end of the second week tho lorcr i Aad'II wUh ntce an'J composure,
came in one morning, uml presented himself j Jlme. Janauscbek's name is pro-
ueinre tuo young may, wno was m my room,
and nsked for a few moments' private con
versation. 1 stepjied out to e;ive him tho
floor, and this is what, she afterward related,
transpired: The young man advanctil to
ward his beloved and banded her a note, in
which were writ Urn a few lines from her
mother, saying tliat the bearer was alxiut to
propose in gooti iorm, and for her to accept
him. As she finished reading an agitated
voice from the vicinity of tho door was
heard, for the young man was exceedingly
nervous on this occasion: "Most gracious
ami respected fraulein, I have tho honor to
olVer you my heart (and ho clapped hia hand
over that organ) and hand in holy mar
riage." Hero emotion cheeked him, but not
the young lady, who was 2'J years old. "Most
esteemed lierr Von H ,"she said,"I thank
you for a proposal, which I do myself tho
honor to accept." Herr Von II bowed,
kissed the young lady's hand and retired, and
tho latter cam out aud threw herself on my
neck, exclaiming, "I am engaged!" in a voice
which plainly implied, "At last, at last I"
Well, they were married, but tirst mamma
gave several parties in their honor, and there
we saw them sitting side by side on the sofa,
getting acquainted. Some said they were
discussing whether to have clirner at noon or
night, after they wero one, but I doubted
that report, as Herr Von II had suddenly
develojied an unmistakable air of appropria
tion of his beloved and a "Maria-black-my-boots"
tone when he spoke to her. I think
there is little question in the minds of those
present but that "imbby" would have dinner
lie! ore breakfast if lie should so choose ns
soon as they were married.
The marriage ceremony in itself wa3 an
education. Being an officer, the event took
place in the military church in Berlin. The
place was filled with siieetators and friends.
TIio front pews wero occupied by gorgeous
brother officers, sparkling and glittering
with brass buttons and gold braid, and near
them sat the "specially invited"' guests.
Just before 12 o'clock, for the ceremony wm
in tho morning, the minister en-red and
took his place. Immediately all was hushed,
but for the low voice of the old organ. Kight
brideniaids then came iu from tho front and
advanced to meet tho bride, who had just ap
peared on the horizon in the rear, leaning on
tho arm of some relative unknown. She
passed between the; rows of white rolied
maidens and led the way to the altar, fol
lowed by the groom and his train. Here she
stopped, and they all took chairs, making
themselves quite comfortable, while the min
ister read a yard and a half marriage cere
mony before he could bring himself to the
point. At last the "I will" portion ap
proached, the young couple rose, swore nnd
The crowd dispersed, and the married pair
drove a-.vay to a large hall, engaged for tho
occasion, where the wedding breakfast was
laid Hero they wandered about, and got
better and better acquainted every time the
servants turned away their heads, and waited
for their guests to appear. As these entered,
all parties bowed, and tho women and old
men advanced to kiss the bride on both
cheeks; the younger men wero restricted to
her hand. The groom kissed all the matrons
and several comrades, and pressed the fingers
of all the pretty girls to his lips. Then each
officer, unmarried, offered his arm to sorno
lovely maid selected by bu'3 good friend, the
bridegroom, and led her to the table. Eat
ing and drinking continued till S:".0, then
eamo the toasts, and a3 each health was
drunk, it was etiquette to fill your glass, rise
and pass round the board, clinking your gob
let with your neighbor's across the table.
When this was over, then came the
strangest of tho customs for the Ameriear.
ej'os. The doors were opened and the serv
ants of all the guests came trooping in, bring
ing mysterious packages and bundles. We all
received innumerable presents from personal
friends, though the latter wero unacquainted
with the bride. That is tlve custom. When
one hears that a friend is about to attend a
wedding, it is the correct thing to send him a
present during tho breakfast. Of course the
bride is left out, as she has received her share
at her own house, so while her guests ore
making merry over their gifts and counting
how many "friends"' they have, the young
married couple take their departure; that is
the last one sees of them. Our host and
hostess left then, according to custom, about
4 o'clock, leaving us to hold high carnival.
We danced till 12, with several interrup
tions for refreshments, for the German diges
tion is inexhaustible, and 6ang and danced
again till the cocks began to crow. I doubt
if tho neighbors in the surrounding houses
enjoyed it as they should have done.
So it goes with the upper classes, and about
tbo same style or carousal 13 observed among
the low-er grades, though Hans and Gretchen
do it in a simpler way. Their wooing is
short and ardent. They make love inces
santly, and it is quite the same to them
whether they are observed or otherwise. It
is quite tho common thing to see these lovers
walking hand in hand up the street, stopping
at every corner for a kiss, while Hans'
brother walks along with them, and is in no
way eru harassed. Contentment reigns.
The So Called Grape Cure.
Among the most ancient of the methods of
treating disease by special modes of diet is
tho so called grajie cure, which may bo
traced in history since the days of Moses. In
the time of Nero tho curative virtues of
grapes were highly lauded by one of the best
medical writers whoso works have come
down to us. But grapes were not tho only
fruits given with a visw to their medicinal
effects. In the Middle Ages we find mention
of maniacs cured by a diet of cherries, while
strawberries are credited with having ef
fected many wonderful cures. Later, in the
course of our own civil war, a diet of ripe
peaches has often succeeded, after all medi
cation had failed to cure the obstinate bowel
troubles bq common among the volunteer
Good in Either Case.
House Hunter It isn't a bad looking house
for the rent you ask.
Real Estate Man It 13 given to you, you
may say. The rent is ridiculously low, but
the owner cares more for having a good ten
nt tbau for getting rich out of it
IL H. What kind of a neighborhood is it?
R. E. M. Unequaled. Is your wife a bor
rower or a lender I
H. H. What do you mean?
R. E. M. If she's in the habit of lending
groceries and domestic utensils to her neigh
bors, she can have a rest, for there are r.o
borrowers. On the other hand, if 6he is in the
I , i K ; f r.f KrnnirinfT clia T1 llilVA H mni!fnfl!v
of the entire neighborhood. So you see it is
a desirable locality any way you taKe it.
DAUGHTERS OF EVE.
TTIiitt tlis KewurM Suy About Fuiooue
Oii of tha Fulr Sx.
Iidy Colin Campbell was offered
5,000 for two lectures in America,
nouncel m tliree or four duTerent ways.
but lior own way is as though the uann?
were spelled " Yan-ow nhc-k, " with each
63' 11a bio plainly sounded, and tho ucct.tit
uon the lirt.
Mrs. Annie Be3ant, tho well known
English radical thinker and lecturer, id
descriled by a correspondent who re
cently saw her us a well proportioned
lady of medium height and upright Usu--in.
with a face of somewhat masculine
cut. every line in it indicating detenu ititv
tion and resolute pui-ios6. Uer voice,
however, is pleasant and well modulated,
and her manner Ls gentle.
Mra. Goorgo W. Childs is a frequent
and cordially welcome guest at Atlantic
City. A correspondent at that resort
says that Mrs. Childs iiossesses one of the
lineat collections of jewels to be soon,
though as a matter of fact she wears, as
a rule, very few and simple jewels. Sho
possesses, among other things, a raro
East Indian gem that seldom gets beyond
the borders of that land, and of which
there are very few ,;;.,.;;... iw to A.av..i.u.
A great portion of the latter part of
MLss Alcott's life way spent with her sis
ter and nephews and nieces at Nouquitt,
a town on the west shore of Buzzard's
bay. It was here that the sculptor,
Walter Ricketson, an intimate friend of
the family, made the medallion of Miss
Alcott not long before fche died. A pho
tograph of this medallion is one of tiie
best picturej to be had of her. Whi n
her sister saw the bits relief for the first
time tha tears came to her eyes and hhe
said, "That is my l-ioy."
Tbo present German empress is the
fifth English princess who lias held that
rank. The others were: Edgyth. daiicli
ter of Edward the Elder, wife of Otto
I; Gunhild, daughter of Knot, wife of
Henry HI, of Germany; Matilda, the
link between the Norman and Plauuieiiet
dynasties, wifeof Henry V, of Germany,
and Isabella, daughter of King John,
wife of Frederick II, the wonder of the
world. The last named princess was a
direct ancestor of the late prince consort
of England, and, therefore, of the present
Florence Kelley-Wischnewtsv, the
daughter of Juu,;e Kelley. of Pennsyl
vania, who married a Russian f-tud.nt
abroad, is one of the closest observers id
the condition of the working women o:
New York. and one of the best informed .'.
regards their condition and prospect.
Sho dots a good deal of newspaper and
other literary work in that city, is a clear
thinker and has a better faculty of putting
things on paper than her father. She i
a fine looking, vigorous young woman,
with an unusually attractive fiice.
Harriet Beecher Stowe is failing. Iler
memcry grows daiiy more treacherous.
She is much of the time her old self, con
versing on all the topics in which she is
interested Tith great intelligence and
fluency But '.here qre intervals, not
infrequent, during which she forgets tha
names it friends, loses track of her own
business ;oiVcerns and cannot speak ac
curately 3f f.hc- aveiits 5f the pa.st. In
soma th.?se forgetful intervals she has
lenied lh icquaintanoe with people
whom ne ;s knjwn '.o lebght to honor
md jocasicned no little temporary em
A. fragile looking woman, tall, slight,
widi a graceful, yielding, willowy figure,
shadows under her eyes and ghosts look
ing jut )f 'hem, attracted some little at
tention standing in front of a glowing
a-ias3 )f lark pansies in a florist's window
i lay r ;wo since. None of tiie passers
had :?er seen quite euch an enilxxlimer.t
of :!ie padid, tbo wistful, the spirituelle.
Everybody turned to look a bccond time
it cbe tarje ;yes, die tad curves of the
f ace, r.lie aielancholy mouth that looked
is if, should it smile, t would light up
'he wiote countenance gloriously By
and by .t did smJe. and cordially, at a
littte 2iiil vho ran up to look at the
paribus too The woman was beautiful.
Nobody recognized the quiet figure, but
it vis ha.i v a writer whose name is
signed '.o ioi i of :n3 -strongest 7erse ot
cie day Gid-'.h Thor-iu v ho has recently
nade Niw Yirk o.?r permanent home.
A Kitt V.&XM in Chiua.
ALn.'St 2V ;ry ii vsraper (nm A-ts-rra.ii
aoj sojijn.r.g iay ibouc ttu
ravioit pa,',8 a ;h,c ro.ony A 1.J now
coius t -i-L'.-.a,- a il i'roai Jlnna, ;t.it:::g
a ling;r 'h:ch threac-sns "hat 3ir.riri.
r-ieen. axiir I'hj ?k.n Gazette
contains i m--ino; ;:u '.o :ne 'miior fr io
the governor f v''"a.iS'itai s'aiing that,
owing to :he appearance of swarms of
rats, it has been found necessay x. aiter
tne ryitzs of :he government -yuner
service in 'hree )f Jie o.taI stations m
the Khaikha r-igion n Imter Mongolia.
For two years past th panlurage of ;ne
districts in qution nas suderd severely
from the ravages oi these vermin, and
last year nearly every blade ol grass was
eater up. The w hole country has been
honeycombed with their burrows. :he
bors.es ard camels are in a famishing
state, and there is no means of kt-eping
them abve. The burrows are a source A
great dangei to the mounted ccairiei-s,
and the want of foiage renders it imjxis
eible to maintain a supply of animals for
the service. Scientific American.
The Pope's Triple Crown. .
The popes did not always wear the thi ee
crown tiara. At first thpy wore an ordi
nary miter with one crown around it,
then a second was added to it. and then
a third, when it took the name of triregno
(three kingdoms). This explains w by
sometimes the simple miter U used and
sometimes ceiled the trjreguo. Catholic
llussia's Contlct tlouse.
Siberia., as a place of exiic, is shortly
destfned to become a tlung of the past. I
The Russian government, acting ujicn j
the advice of the governors of Irkutsk i
and Amor, has decided to keep its prL'i- '
cneis in iaree convict houoeti. instead of
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teiiuju lueui luouwiiii.'-riiuu i i ut
Caios and Hih Water Around the
Mii.w.LKT:i:, May 5. A special to tho
ICcettiir; V 'iwonsiit from Cheboygan,
Mich., as a h;Mvy easterly gale yesterday
and 1 tst night opened the straits and a
bi fleet hat was caught by the storm
was diiren wei-t by the moving ice. An
immense grain Ih-ct is going down this
morning, but no sfiil vessels have gone
through. Lart night's t-torm was terrific.
A tug arrived this morning j.ud sTiys no
ice cuii be s.'eii from St. IKhiia.
.vspicii'.l lru'ii w iAomi, .num., rays
th" liood nt that pl.-u-.? still cont iiin.-s t-er-ioii-".
A wavhout occurred iu the vicini
ty of King: c.i'ln ry nn the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. 1 ..ul inil oad last night,
s'l'Pp'iig :i'l trail.. One-third of tho city
I- itvcrcd Willi vater I'i cm:! sit inches to
'uur fetd-.f ii. Tiie Builinfon company
is -iisibb-d h-r.'. Ke.iorts from Chippe
wa j;;y the Chippewa and Eitu-Chtire riv
ers arc rising rapidly. Hundreds of fhm
ilies here are moving their cITects it: boats
to dry pi sees.
Found After Five Years' Search.
Rai.eiou, N. C, .May I. Five years
ago a lad named CliHiles Randolph, then
living in Philadelphia, disappeared. His
parents were wej.lt hy, and th -re was no
- . -.- " . . : - - i
few moailis later a siso-r died iind left
the boy $10,000 in a legacy, and made
special provision for a search for him.
Ever siuco that time the search has pro
gressed. John Krider, a Philadelphiun,
had literally raii-.ickcd .(. Jiu-Ct State--for
the youth, who is now only 17 years
of age. Krider had, a year or more ago,
passid throu-jh Ashoville, this ttnte.
Yesterday he btopped at the Grand Cen
tral hotel. Tln ie ; f(;i::i-i the youth
for whom he, tiot for years sought so
faithfully. Rmdo'ph had for soma time
been employed at the hotel. II.: con
sented to return with Kiider v.ii n he
was informed i.f i'.io legacy, Mid said
tliat his only purpose in leaving home
.Viis to n-;ike his own living and be in
CVj.i;mi;!.-s, Xci., May 4. 1'l.e rpubii-
i.n primnrios of l'latto county v.c.-j had
today. Columbus' t went y-thne th le--utas
to tiie com.iy conve ntioa ;i:c !'i ii nil
.)' to liorcsy for riV.rn.-r. Coiihiilerinj
: J.ij ti.e .-.t !.;;; hold of ojippohition, the
ciri-ire---s -i .ill's friends are jubilant.
I'i rliaj.s no man ever wit
uowil more physical suffer
ih H. h'EIGGS.the Grsal
flaiircatl Conlraclor of S.
vh:j.-e im(o-raj;h is here
shown aud who wiites:
"St. Jaeob: Oil I:as necorn-lilIMi.-d
woii-Iei-i. It 1:ih nij
posili vo i;i.lois' nit-nt."
Aj an exiuiq.je Diiriii"
l'JTiJ and 1":71 luo ihotix nit'i
Aiitcr icini died from milia
ria and lheioiiiitic levers
out ol'j'mr Hi-jit-.trid in Peru.
atfrretr-d thitlier by lari.e v,-a;-s paid
by JLi:';;s, who ha.l couir.ieis .';:u(,',-,nt-hi-'
to f l:W,W;'i.0--0. Iii tills ii!d there
f nod oi k.
S-irf bj ruj :
:s md i:-i. r. ;,--.-:.'i!-..
S3 A VOGITi. ETi
Wagon, Buygy, Marine and PUw re
pairing, and general jlbiug
81, cow prepared to Co all klads ef ree&lrtaa
of fawn anl ethr waofciry, as taece
is a good laths in say skep.
The old Reliablt Waaa Makr
has taken casrge ot tee wsuta sse
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WOBKMAK,
vi- f.vc.- cnJ tzcgglm Eiatfe
Jl)H.v KlTZf.EHALi), r. IVAtCH
OF Pl.1 fSMUwisl. NKiiKASKA,
OS'rstke vfTy be- tacil5i.i?4 ffir the pretapt
tisiEact1on oi legitla-at-e
IKING BUS IN 80.
' ' r- ri?. (le d, (s.iven rneat atd Los
Sec'irit: i:e.i,-:it j:,i o'r!,lJ( prsitrfc?tv
pa r:i ;i.;...i.-tt aiior. eJ on tiaie ' errifl-c;.-?.
: .; rtr tJraw c, avbilabie iuacy
p:o ; ;: ilmi riio-d ftate g.r.J ail
tui r-ri-if :i to Vi tifl ol
Ccllc ti jf r.iade 6 promptly remiittd
lie-?- rtUi-xct !r;ce? paid for CosEty War
bi.te af.i County Botid?.
.li ri i. r!t. D. RakiwAsklt.
S. V owUi. . H. White.
A Frmliilul Skin Discusc.
SufTerlnea Intense. Head Nearly
Raw. Body Covered with Sores.
Cured by tho Cutlcura Rcmcdlos.
MfM. SmwHfi, hiirstit, Mmiine N V
lKit mum : Aleut, iv. ii inoetii iikll ,'ib
ymir leeouniiriniiil ton. I lioi:-lit a l.eili! -f
Ctlllcuru Lcs.iUdnt. tnie ,x ( ,lt r,M11 jsHlv
ni.il unit cake l Ciitlenia M'.in. er ,,iy , '
tli 1 1 tcna ye;n. u ho luii Im-i-h altliei ril vnih
eeenia for a h.i'ii lime, aeil 1 ;uu .;(.--i,
I hat I Im-Ii ive the reim iln-i i,if eiiieU him
His nuirei ln-i were Infi u-,e, l.u ln-cd Ifli
i early law. Inn earn l-eii,K ei.no eji riit ihS
k'l I-' le.'ai-.l 1 J liii.ty ee.eie.l -,e
II 1-4 COIKtll lull Mil lllKMfl.l III lull..!, . 'Jlii
s'les have Miw nil il i- upi i-ki eil , lili .
i.e.im.j . yen oi I in. ilipi-jlul In (i :-a.H I Ion,
ami is wm i,i:i;' ei.-iy ilay. .My nt Hihom l(re
e.iltus-ies to tl.it I e lii;,i! a l.li i-n,.-, jmit ii,
ilenbl li t; O'li v joe leiiM-.l ( to call cr vt 1 1 1 1
ine, u aiiv i d in v neij. li Inn ,
' Wl. S Sill H CXoM
Ir cheat ei- P. )., I'm, m .. c
M'ir.iii:. N. ('., (, ( vi, !-7.
1 in. I'o i i f i: lihcn a s ii l 'ii i. .. n m i. ( i,.
(ii-Nl l.h Ml- a : Mi. s. Mi-t in nl,,'.i,, 4,f
tins eoiiiily. Iiinuyi.i Ins mhi tu inwii lettay I.,
I -t lis nee lilin. enil In ki.i-v in v. hiit (iiiieti,
l.'e.i edie-i haa il.n.i. t..-,
leh neil t.i in t-iir h lii i tu ya.il k.,'int tln.e nj .
Id I ink at 1 1 in Imy nu i .i r- -. i.ih i i - u i . .i .c i ii f.
I hi'ii; ha'l li-w-i l i.ea a' y I liini; l lie niiii Or with
l.liii -m In .n in ., u't i I J ei,l,li. V.e liavo
wiillrn iiii-l ht-.i'fu illi i-l:e eye w hit Ms fn'l. vi
llas In say ;iIm, ut the liialtir, ivnte il Juiit as
U iOi' .lliii' iuile a (iniiii; It v fif Ciitlcn'
iteuicilles ami he;ir n Ii.iik hiit i ia' -e fi r
lie in. We ii-Kiii't tic Culieiira l.'eaii ilie the
he-it in the maikel, in. il shall i uil v.e all to
promule th- i - .,ile S eui s -i i i.lv.
n I I N s l.i: I'M-
1M r.ir-i-.t and I'iiui much tu.
Cl Tiel i; I. the eiear 1, i-i:rc, M.il Cu ll-
i:aA SnAC inep ir-u fini.i I, cl- iarllv. Mnt
'i I I- I i: liiv-oi.-, ;.. . i. the ih- hi i i, .in lit:.
.'..,...:-t l-i-MI ive eel- ' f; l every l.ltlli
iil.sLlil.mil hhina i!i.e,; i , fL.ni !.;. ha (i
Solil evei vv In i v. I'lii.-, Ci lull', r, r. ;
SOAI-. 'J.-,e. ; l!l -.u. f i . lu piiieil hy the
I'OTTKlt Dure ami I il i- .1 OA I. '.. Hi. Hon,
i .'.".-'ei.il for "lluw to Cure kiu I ii-ea.sc,"
CI aes. .'..) illiistl iil Ions, ii;,il It'.i ton i.er.ialv
P T T ri.KS. hlaek-l:e;nK. i . I. i. ..r',h, ,ai eit
an.1 oily s .in pii-veii !! hy Co i ici. u
The ilislret-rj,,; n.i'i e, tiefn, tuit.-'j, Hie
aeriil, watery il sh u j-e-, 1 : 1 1 1 liic -yt- anil iirso
the I'iiinf'il iiithiiiiiiin I 'i-n rti-riiip t the
throat, the .--v.. ;ne;; i.f it,H. eiirtns lh.ltig,
C.MIiciii;;' Cllitui K BClis.ili lis. ecir.li, ili'll.'
iiui-es in tl;e heail iiinl i-j. lining htvili-cfcrs.
ll.W f.lilii'.lai t!ir-seymit(:;,is l ie to i.oM'iilill.t
'.v l-i i-1: e.; pi 1 in.
Iliiep i, :-:;i li
tllilt a i;:j;l( ilp
cai. Ctri'.ii roi: (
le.ii'y ti "iii l-ri!l rohli or m
llve la I; i . i -,i n if Ihe fm-J
e a! I oil I I .-j A N Mil. ii'll II Al I -aia:;i::i
v. iii ;ir.-:d iui-ttn-
enliH 1 el it f.
Ihlt th's t -;; l.i -a! i ' ea-. -s s f -: ..i j.''- iglaiih
k'!V-s hi'.' a t.ilnl i.Ji a i I '' h.-it II it I eir f-ii T vill
lo ill I i.-- I.1-....1.' ! , i.;' . !l.i hialhlr.5
is i.Iim riiele'l I;-. '. I. ii-.1. t : ' i J-1 iM'itiik r
i 11 1 1 1 ill. i : no: -i. t l:e ii. :; i i ; a ii -.ii . i.'nr !l Hilil
!ii ' e ' i:'-. t lima t ele: : ;.i ii i.il ii (!. ; n u'eua'- ll
.i-a-! t.e line -i:m M i,u-jh l!ie .lelibilH'eit
:y-iein. Thin ii i- -. 1 1 I 11:.- iwn; f-limnt enta
live i-e-ver . Sm.:i:n's I.'aiocai. ( i m-.
niM'.ists its-'ll in not.! i. --i!ii. !nl i.-tle'til
. i i i. l.i .'lei !r l Miplic :l ion.
J, pc-riaaiictit, r eenmiici; I,
S -. i i 1. 1 .'s !t. i ii .'a. 1,'ria; e.-jn5iM f if "nt
in) ; I '.- i I l ii'- I; ii."- i. (' i i i , i ine I. n ( ;,t K -
: II A I. Si i . KNT i. ill VMI l.MIAI.IK ;
!ilee,-l. 1'inm ll - I ii ! lj SIMIIAL CO,
lio.-i'l ()-. .
PAINS and WEAKNESSES
CP I 'EM AL". 3
rS iaslai.t'y relieve. I ly th CuttCUra
feVi"i' Anti-Pain Plastjir.ii met
k.Vii? i:;iei.al.le. n.si!liiiiit...iik ami infalli
C&P 1,1 ? litiri-l.ii!i:t ) i.e-ltr. r.pt-cmlly
:iii ;i .1 :i j .1 c t i i e ii-vo t i-i: sl. !'iit ad
jfffifCtf'J V.ak.i.-( s. Wariantf-il v.itiiyru
...I I all otl: r pi i'- is lie l.i;l per-
."ei-t Aieiiloa- to l.Ilaaiaa iu iiiiH
We -kin" s j et :.a;ip!i!iii'.tr.. -A I iill CI ut'l'.Is.
o.-ii.s ; live f r . 1 ; -r, ei-ta.ti li-. of
t OI 1KI. Dill li AMI CltK.M I'AI. Co, liOntf.'ll,
CJAPITAL STOOK PAID III, - fcf.O.OfcO
Authorized Csfitat, $fCC,CCO.
- - (it ricv.ii
ANK CAilKt-" Til. J (.;.-;
V ii--j lt-iiviiru-t.
W. IS. t-Ci-.HI;J. Ca.hier.
Krh Can lilii, J. A. Com-or, V. li. (iv.U.mai-u
J. yi . Jofciircn, I-t-Rix L'tr-fJc, JaUa tCKfcc,
W. I). Iwiriiiin, V w. Wtrr-jesiinp, W.
Tranta a Rer.rx! 1'p.sklii? Rurir,.?..
wiio hTo any i'.anKii-g u-jnt'irss tu tr.itTv.ti.
are iBvltta to ev.li, trailer how
l5i ur t-niiwi ia tiscaac'riiiB, i;
will rctiiyfl oar earijful attention,
aud we pifnnlKe iilway et-ui-teoaa
lee ilea CerHScets of Deposit'- c(rlr.g ii.---rcrt
Kujtb and sells Koreige ifyita";. u. Cc... ty
ami City (ic-ruiliie:
Cotner Ia.ia aud fciizth Brreets.
, C. H.
Transasts a Esigrtl luifise tmm
HIHI4tT ASH PRICB:
Paid for C&wity and City Wer.-crJs
and promptly reuiiUc-d for.
C. Ii. r:un.e!e. J. M. Psiiwfc.
Kred tif-tdvi, A. B. ::..
K. B. Witdhtra. i. Moaist- ,
Jmr.&d t'iiUeiseii. Jr.
I ? J 1
1 ! !
l few J
Keeps a Full Line of
Foreign & Domestic CccJs.
Coutult Vud Intereiit by Giving Ilia a Cat
JP'Lcitlzsi a o w t li.
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