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lj Mamma Use
RBAMK Co. CH ICAaO, 1 LI.
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pain reliefer.
Iu use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Raiser, and by erery one requiring an effective
No other application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustano
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it
republican: state conven
tion. The republican electors of the
date of Nebraska are requested to
j-emi delegate from their eeveral
counties to meet in convention in
tin? city of Kearney Wednesday
April 27,1'.1I, at II o'clock a.m., for
the purpose of electing four dele
gates at large to the republican na
tional convention to he held in
Minneapolis June 7, IH'.IJ.
THE A I'll IKTIO.NMKNT.
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows, being
based upon the vote cast for Hon.
George II. Hastings for attorney
general in 1SU0, givi.ig one delegate
at large to each county and one for
each 150 voteB and the major frac
BROUGHT INTO COURT.
Fred Walters Ottained Money
Under False Pretenses.
He was Caught.
Karly this forenoon a tramp en
tered the residence of W. S. Purdy
on South Third street and pro
ceeded to go through the house.
PLACES OF WORSHIPS
CATlinLie.-St. Cliiirih. ak. b't er
Kidh and sixth. Fallirr 'a-iiry. Pastor
h. rvirn : M'iss t Mid IO:3 a. M. Similar
v..luifil t 9 uith ht iiHilii'tiiii.. .
ONK YKAK AT lUlill I.A1I0K HASI
The Sentence Pronounced Upon
Captain Yocum Yesterday.
W. H B. Stout Finan
cially Ruined. --Notes.
iuiu gone eiy lar ne w.ia V.HVlc.-s morniMi Mid km !-. il-r A.
by Mr. Purdy's daughter, Cal ' iair Sunday Heimul ioa. m.
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. - . i U.... .1 II II. .r. ....... na.ln. UT. SB
lr. I'urdy p.cked up a. y,,.,., it a. m Y d J bo m suDduj Seboil f
i. i i.: . - . . .v,... If
KiMinc .. ..
Franklin . 6
I fall :
F Q FSISffi S(. CO
WILL KEEP CONSTANTS ON HANI)
A Full and Coniulf'te line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and 'Oils.
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded nt all Hours.
Constantly keep, cm rinnrt everytnin
you nod to f urnisti your hur.
COKNRK RIXTH AND MAIN KTKltKT
Dawson ... T
.. 11 Johnoon 7
.. ti Kearney fl
. . a l eye t ana
.. 2 Keith 2
.. 2i Kimball 2
From Saturday's Daily.
Fred Walters, who used to run a
restaurant in this city about two
yrara ago has got himself into
trouble. Shortly after he went out
of the restaurant busineas he bor
rowed $5 of Fred Kroehler, repre
senting that he had money jiu the
bank and would give him a check
for the amount the next day. A
short time after the loan had been
made Kroehler approached him
and inquired as to whether he had
forgotten about the loan. Walters
answered that he bad not, but that
his wife knew how much money he
had in the bank and he did not
I'1"'"-i want to take the money out of the
bank. He stated that he had sever
DocUe 11 Kock S
Douiflan 63 baline 14
Sauiider 8 1 day or two.
I nonius I
al dollars coming to him and that
he would make the payment in a
It is recomended that no proxies
be admitted to the convention, and
that the delegates present be auth
orized to cast full votes of the dele
It recommended that the republi
cans of every county in this state
be requested to select their county
central committee at the first coun
ty convention held in their respec
tive counties. Said committee to
serve until the county convention
of 1893 be held.
Dr. S. D. Mekcer,
The next heard of him he was lo
cated at Lincoln. In the meantime
Kroehler found out that Walters
never had had a deposit in any
bank in this city.
Walters has been employed on
the 11. AM. as a freight brakeman
and has been running in and out of
this city for a long time, but it
seems never came up town.
Yesterday afternoon Kroehler
heard that his man was in town
and he immediately went down to
to the yards to find him. After
looking around awhile he found
him asleep in the way car,
and he awakened him but he
failed to get his money. Kroehler
came up town and Bwore
out a warrant and Walter was
brought into court. The case was
continued until nine o'clock Mon
iay morning. Walters furnished
security and went out on his run
ship oil the premises.
Oflio r Fitzputrick appeared on
the scene and started in pursuit.
Iu the meantime a boy came up ',
town and informed Chief of Police I
Tom Fry that "Johnny" was J
chasing a man and that they were i
headed toward Chicago avenue.
Mr. Fry jumped outo his pony
standing near by, and just as he
had reached the avenue the tramp,
with "Johuny" close upon him,
came into view. The tramp started
up the avenue, with Fry on horse
back after him, and ran about a
block, when he jumped the fence.
As he jumped the fence Fry
noticed that he had a revolver in
his hand, but before he could reach
him he had run around the corner
of the house.
The chief then got his shooting
iron in readiness and stdrted for the
house on foot, ordeiing him to
throw up his hands, which he did.
When Officer Fry arrested the
man he had no revolver.but the ludy
of the house notified him that she
saw the man kick something under
the porch. Upon investigation a
revolver with five chambers loaded
was found. The man gave his name
aa James Miller. i
A short time afterwards three men
supposed to be partners of Miller,
tried to get n small boy to carry a
note to the city jail and deliver it to
the prisoner. The boy immediate
ly notified the police who started
in pursuit and run the three away
below the bridge and they made
their escape in the timber.
The man Miller said that he was
not in the house bent on robbery,
but to get something to eat, but
Dad Purdy appeared on the scene
before he had time to do either.
1'im.MA.s Mt.TiioiuKT. i jrner Sixth St ana
Ur;init. He. llirt. I'aMor. Services : 11 A. M.
unci 7 -M r. M. Souiiay School 10 :3U A M.
Piuhhythuah. ervlcealn l.ew church, cor
ner sixth and (irainte st. liev. J . T. Haird,
iumtur. sunrtav-sc ool at9;30; 1'reachlaf
at 11 a. in.H'jil 8 pm.
tlio . 1(. s. :. E nt thle church nii-et ceif
Snlibtith evening s7 :l in the basement af
thechucrb. All i Invited to attend thea
Fikht MrTHODiHT. Sixth St., betwen Mat
Hint fearl. Key l.. r. Hrltt. u. u. pasuir.
Kervlcep : II A. m.. :00 p. m Sunday ecnoai
9:30 A m. rrayermeetiig Wednesday evei-
t.KKMAN I'kkhhvtkbiaN. Comer Main ana
Ninth. Key. Witte, tiutor. services usual
hours. Sunday school 8 :30 A. m.
Swkepi'w conorfoational. Granite, ba
tween Ftltn and Sixth.
Colohkd Baptist. Mt. Olive, oak. betweea
'tenth and Eleventh Kev. A. Hoewell, pa-
tor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. frajM
meetluK Wednesday evenlnx-
Vnt'NO MrN'S CURIcTIAN A8SOC1ATIOH
Itoum 111 v airman block, Main street. Uot
iic! meeiinif. f'ir men only, every Huadar af
ternoon Ht 4 o'clock. Kooms open week day
from 8:30 a. in., to : 30 p.m.
MoeTn Park Tahkhnacli Key. J. If.
V"xid, i asior. Services: Sunday School,
'. m.: (reaching, u a. m. and 8 p. as.;
prayer meeting Tuesday night ; choir prae-
ice enu. ) mum am are welcome,
Subscribe for The Hekald, only
15 cents a week or 50 cents a month.
Bucklen's Arnica 8ftlva.
Thk Bkst Halve in the world for Cuta
HruigeH, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum. Fevtr
Seres, Ti tter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It ts triiHrnnU-i'd to tfive satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 20 centa per box.
Fur Rale hv F. G. Kneke
Lincoln, Blair, Beatrice and Kear
ney now nave each two kinds t
Weeping Water Items
From the Republican.
Monday, J. Chase moved his office
FIRST DIS fRICT CONVENTION.
The republican electors of the
First congressional district of the
state of Nebraska are requested to
send delegates from the several
counties comprising said district to
meet in convention in the city of
Falls City, Wednesday, April 20,
1891, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of electing two delegates
and two alternate delegates to the
republican national convention to
be held at Minneapolis June 7, 1892,
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows, be
One Year at Hard Labor.
This morning's papers announce
The case of Captain A. D. Yocum
came up in the district court today
eat, can t
taking the first step into nervoua F
nrostration. You need a nerve tonic I
fixtures down to the factory and at I and in Flectric Bitters you will fine" I
present the managers are busy in- e exact remeay ror restoring yourj
voicing. They have been delayed a conditionf Surprising results fof
great deal in their efforts to close iow the use of this great Nerve
up the deal in the matter of fixing Tonic and Alterative, Your appe
up papers, etc., but there is no tlte returns, good digestion is re
.u. i i i 1. 1 stored, and the liver and kidneys re-
uuuuv mui it lurce win ue ui wun i ,., . t. t"tti
n II in r: iic-uiLiiv tstLiuii. a I v it uui iirr.
in a short time and so far several price 50c, at F. G. Fricke & Co's
men have been engaged. Although drugstore. 6
on the start they do not expect to
on a motion for a new trial. Judge emPloy matjy hands, believing that 0f Roses with the many worthless J
Bcall overruled the motion and I " j hb iIieir nceus ue-1 paiuin, puwucrs, d
nuiori rant,ifl vnpm if v.n niand they can better pay out, and bleaches which are flooding the T
anything to say, as the sentence cf ,ncurmuch le88 expenBe,yet they drUfrgiBt ,o .II .Snyder, 75 cents per
the court would be passed at this "f"0"""" mruiou uottie, ana x guarantee it will re-
Captain Yocum was visibly af
fected as he arose to his feet and
said that were he to follow the bent
of his inclinations he could say
many things which would redound
.H.lr 1 1. 1 v:mnlna f.nnLl H t.
m. iui new liicii tu nave iu cuijibc I muvc juui iiiiiicrc, iiuv&ico, Lficica- y
of time, every machine going. With h?ada. moth, tan and sunburn, and
capital and push behind it there is JU" a'"'0 a
no reason why it should not win I Fort Sidney is to have a new de
and prove a blessing to the com- tachment of troops, the twenty-first '
munity, instead of an eye-sore for infatry being ordered to New York
strangers to point the finger of ridi- forts,
cule at and say what's the matter
to the credit of the court, the jury,
his faithful counsel and himself. "- "" "y w,UIl UIC muutr ALIttle fclrls Eitperlencein a LlgMt
inrt hoonil .1 nnn IliA wnta roll fny I - I. n r . . . . . I . .
'" "I v""v drairirintrniattHrH into thpra tint loryrunr 11 nase succeeds in nr. ana rs, ixiren irescott are
Hon. W.J. tonnell for congress in " . . ,hhe enterprise e
1890. One delegate for each 100
votes and major fraction thereof
and one delegate at lartre from each
w i ainnn Cnnviclprl MA nan rlnno liv I v v " ' uiauaa w an. I v..v.. ...... uivuuiui v w i i: 11 auu i
county: .. . . ,, ... I VAmwnnA -:.:,- ,.tu;nnor turned into a fever. Doctors att
nnmp anrl at llotrmt tmaforl hitl
Count ic. Del.lCountiea
a . , .i 1 kannnro rf 4) li a I I vl- (l,.nn
-aiii for hv h ri, n h ., "c cnxerprise even to warrant me r.1'0 m
j w.w . j ...v. , . . ana Ueacli ilich. and are hlpnserl
nature of the case. Continuing, he P'yK oi as many men as were with a daU(fhter four years
said that in the act for which he connected with it formerly, he will April she taken down with Measles,
stood convicted, he had done ex- de8erve tne thanks of all. followed with dreadful Cough and.
actly what he thought was right Elmwood citizens petitioned the
JnhriMon UII Pawnee Ill
l.nnciiHter 4r Kli'hardaon 1(1
Total I"JH !
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Cart should b Ukan to
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NEW FROM COVER TO COVER,
18 THE ONE TO BUT.
SUCCESSOR OF THE UNABRIDGED.
Tn years spent In reTiiing, 100 edi
tors employed, over $300,000 expended.
Sold by all Booksellers.
0. C. MERRIAM a CO., Publishers,
SDriocfleld. Mm.. U.S.A.
rDo not buy reprtnta ot obsolete!!
r Send for free
specimen pates an
e pamphlet eontalnlng 2
nd lull particulars.
Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water.
DUSKY DIAMOND TAR SOAP.
For Farmers, Miners and Mechanics.
Chapped Handa, Wounda, Barn, Sto.
A Delightful Shampoo.
nnd for pampnlvttnd Krftrncb
nuwuiii-iiwirdn niltllinfl Bro.Knril"i
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0R0 AMS FASTS l SODI mU Ull la all InWr.tUd.
-n Hl llina. ft kMk.nill l.i.ll"ti an' arm. a.Mml
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N.Y,
1 rTAll Ti lAw . ' K
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SCHIFFM ANN'S Asthma Cure!
I nmr Itllt to ain Inatast ndM in f ha XM.I
saaaa, and alTvrla mim vhara lh r fU. I
Trial rut FkKC at enatMi ar kr
DR. K. pnHIPPMANn, Ht. FaaL Bbn.1
It is recomniendcd that no proxies
be admitted to the convention, and
that the delegates present from
each county cast the full vote of the
W. II. Woowakd,
Pronounced Hopeless, Yei Saved
and what he thought had to be
done. After thanking the court
and its officers for their kindness to
him and the jury for doing what
they thought was right under
their oaths, he bowed submission
to the sentence of the court, which
was that he be taken to the peniten
tiary and there be confined for one
year at hard labor, no part of which
time was to be in solitary confine
Captain Yocum thanked the court
for giving him tne shortest possible
sentence under the law, and the eel-
Missouri Pacific officials for a night
operator, but as this was only the
first petition sent in they should
not be discouraged at the refusal
of the same. Weeping Water still
has her depot and numerous other
enterprises asked for to get
Hre destroyed a new suit of
clothes and two or three overcoats
vain, she grew worse rapidly, until
she was a mere" handful of bones".
Then Bhe tried Dr, Kintr's New
Discovery and after the use of two
and a half bottles, was completely
cured. They say Dr. King.s New.
Discovery is worth its weight in
j i i j til. iiiiij fi lull leu, U'J I lie
tree at t. O. .hnckey Drugstore.
Tha Homliest Man in PlattamouthV'.
From n letter written by Mrs. Ada cbratedJYocum case was at an end
..w "',:C ''.'""ViV is generally understood here that
no innv nun U S-M1U LUUI, W II 11. II J .... - .
settled on my lungs, couch set in ne Wl11 ue pardoned before he is
and finally terminated in consump- taken to the penitentiary,
iiou. rour uociors gave me up say
ing I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to my Saviour, de- Financially Ruined.
termined it I could not stay with I The Elmwood Echo says: There
my u uo un i-urui, 1 WOUIU meet are but few npnnl 5n t. atalA nf
my absent ones above. My hug- v t. u f . . . .
band was advised to get Dr. King's Nrebra8ka wno have not heard of
New Discovery for consumption W. H. B. Stout, the man who built
coughs and colds. I gave it a trial the state penitentiary with convict
IVi"C was also the contractor
14V UUI Ullllin VIHU Mill I1UW H Wrll I t fL ... . . . a a .a a
and hearty woman." Trial bottles . built the 8tate caPll build
iree at r. if. incite & to. s drug "'K- ot more tnan tnree years
store, regular size. ouc. and ?1.00. ago he could sign his check for
$800,000 and it would be honored.
1-. .1- 1 at aa...
A Great Surnn.. io-uay ne lives in a dingy little co.
Is in store for all who use Ki-mrVf tajre at Washington, the nniinn'n
Balsan for the throat and lungs the capital, and cannot cash his check
youbefteve Urn 5d oHti " Mllu fa8t
merits and that any druggits in au- and the old man is to be P'tied. His
uuiriieu uy me prognetor of this largest loss was in a mine in the
woiiueruu remeay to Lrive vnn n I wmi nium omni ...
sample bottle free? It never fn .5 , , ' .
to cure neute ami rl,: ",,c l,Hllcr- .me nee aoa lan oi a
j ..:;r;.. ..H v:""" v ;;'VK,,!,
ainMimiJicir. ni-u Afnip j lialsatii.
i.nrge uotiies ;nic ana
Aa wpll na thp tintiilanmpnt anil 1
beloniriii!? to the fatnilvnf Philin I r.iinr. n-n ...li
n n - J 1' i uiuvio ii i v ii i in u . j V- iii v 1 1 . ci 1 1 jr
L-hriHtman, living northeast of town, druggist ana get tree a trial bottle
While Mrs Christman was in the of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat .
vird a few minutes the fire t-irti1 and Lunff8. n remedy that is selling
jara a itw minutes tne lire started .n ri T nnn it mer t nnri ii
in t hp Im rnntn arm Rpvprnl nthi.r I .,.inn.m.l rnlUiu, 'M
articles were consumed before it chronic and acute couirhs, asthma. J
was put out.
j. m. uearasieys lamiiy were
all quite sick for a day or two last
week. It was something they had
eaten caused it. There has been
several families affected in the same
D.M. Jonnson has commenced an
addition to his residence on Com
mercial avenue, 16x24, He has
started the' ball roiling and we
hope to see a building boom in our
little city this summer
man is wonderful
Cough Followlnatha Crio
Many person, who have recovered
trom la grippe are now troubled
with n persistent cough. Cham
berlain's cough remedy will
promptly loosen this cough and
relieve the lungs, effecting a per
manent cure in a very nhor't time.
25 and ft) cent bottle for male hv K
(i. Fricke A Co. 3 '
The News says last evening that
Following is the list of Platts-
mouthianB who left oerthe M. V,
for ceping Water to-day? A. J.
Graves, John A. Davies, Judge
Chapman, W.B. Short, C.S. Rankin,
Frank Dickson, George Dovey, D.
K. Barr, A. N. Sullivan, Jesse Koot,
S. L. Thomas, C A. Pierce, George
Houseworth, Will Streight, A. O.
Thomas, F. A. Bates, A. C. Wright,
W. S. Purdy, Frank Bajek, F. 11
Steimker, Joe Bridge, L. Davis, L. C,
the HERALD published a libelous A"d.eT J' K I-' W "y"
article on an attache of that
office. The Herald well knows
that it would be libelous if it was
not so, but as we can prove it and
the records of the court will bear us
out in the assertion there was no
libel to it, but plain facts.
crs, J. McCraig and A. B. Knotts.
The county commissioners and
Contractor King and Architect
Gray arc busy looking over the new
court house, but they will be una
ble to make a settlement to-day.
h-nnnh . on.1 iAiiaiinirilii I .
bottles 50c and $1.; J,
We offer 100 dollars reward for
any case of catarrh that can not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.T. Cheney & Co. Props, Toledo,.
e the undersiened, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 year-'
and behve htm pefectly honorab
in all biasness transactions and fin
ancially able to carry out an. oblig
ations made by their hrni.
West & Truax, W holesale Drug
gist, Toledo Ohio., Welding Kinnan,
& larvin, Wholesale druggist lole
Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken inter
oally, action directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
Druggist; Testimonials free.
One Fare for the Round Trip.
The B. & M. will sell round trip
tickets for one fare to Hot Springs,
Arkansas, on the following occa
sions: Meeting of the Government
Reservation Improvement assaoci-
ation, April 12. Tickets will be sold
April 7 and 8, inclusive; final return
limit, nay IU.
District meeting Southern
Central Turnverein, May
1 lckets wilrbe sold ?lay o i
elusive; final return, June :
and 7, inT
Annual ineetinggeuernl assembly
of the Southern Presbyterian
cnurcn, way ju. iicKeis win be f
sold May lfl and 17, inclusive; limit
to return, June IS. ' i
tor turtner iniormaiioai inquire
nt ticKct ottice. r. i.atmam,
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