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ACAINST THE SETTLERS.
Judge Brewer Renders an Import'
ant Decision in a Railway Case.
joi'kka, Kah., Nov. Ji. Judge Brewer
has just handed down uu opinion in t!io
famous Allen ouuty .-ase, in which cer
tain altera ue sections cif land granted
by tiie government to tlie Missouri, Kan
sas aud Texas railway were claimed by
tire set tiers thereon. Jtulgo Brewer
holds tint tin; lml in question lcgilly
Deiungs to the railway company. The
settlers will therefore lie compelled to
give up possession to the company.
LOVE'S HALLOWED GROUND."
Prep In a vale, w bero rooks on every tsZdA
h'tiiit out tlio wiuds nnl scarcely let Uio Run
Ui-tween them dart Ills rnya down onJ by on,
Wln-re all was still and cool In snmmertide.
An 1 softly, itb her wbiaering wavo.tLiat sighed.
a nitio river, tnut nail scarcu U-frun
Her silver course made bold to fleet and run
iJown liyxfy falls to woodlands dense and wide;
Tin-re Ktood a tiny plain, lust lariro enow
To give small mountain folk right room to
With oaks mid limes and maples ringed around;
Ilither 1 enme, and viewed its turf askance,
lla solitude with beauty seemed aglow
My lovo had walked there and Unas bol7
Qo.ise, from tlio Swedidh.
UUiner Table, Old and New.
The old Enc-lish dinner table was a
M.iny of them hove occupied the lands niassivo thing and was heavily loaded for
for tenor fifteen rears and l.,.v., m.l were nage joints, enor-
Ka fit! ivrtt i k.i.j. I extensive iin.trovem;nts.
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S)L V I'l'MOl' I'd UNC YMI'MKN' I" No. .(.!..
c. K. in'i" i-v'" n'if f M it Frid. iv in
vi-:i in tiiMi i'i ill ? M i- iiii! I 1.
l:r.t'.i ,-r :irn l:ivUc I I t attead.
inons frame pies and the cnreassp.n r.f
poultry. It was considered the correct
thing for the hostess to carve and to press
"hurman Again Broken Dawn. 1,10 ffu."Sts to gluttony and the host to
(', .,,., v . .i t i pass the bottle several times too often.
Columbus, O., W. 2 -J u Jge I hur- Vith 8Uch u j of food thero wa3 ,. u
man is leelin perceptibly tr.e effect of room for floral decorations. In the course
Ids late campaign!,-', and is aain ciuite J tim,e tho. vegetables were banished
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leeUle. lie h id braced himself uo arti- ona ti. i a . , . . i
i nun tiio urnuu uiiura wure UUOUCU
iicially in order to show his party that he entrees and were cleared off the table and
was as "touh as' a pine knot," as he put brg?ffh' lu.l,v the attendants piping hot.
n 1 ' 1 fllllUlV tllft mPfltsl WPffl talrAn riff nn.l
it. i.at the reaction has come , and it is at last tho guests were permitted to eat
hardly prob able that he will be able to or not to eat, without any influence on
CM ...... . e l fl I mu I'ari, ui llio uosl or nostess. WDUB at
fill any more of h,s appointments after the same time the praisma-of the viands
Saturday, and in iv not lu able to keep which used to be tho practice, no longer
tint. almost fainted while deliver- "ecamo proper, lhe appearance at the
luoie, as won os tne conuuet at the table,
has changed. The tablo is not so massive
Men'a Overcoats at
Price Clothier 1.90.
Klson's, tho One
The standard remedy for liver com
plaint is "West's Liver Pills; they never
disappoint you. 30 pills 25c. At War
rick's drug store.
remarked an eminent divine, "must exist
in ratio to the too credulous." The habit
of cautiousness is not, as a general thing,
inborn, but is the result of a natuml gen
erous and confiding nature repeatedly
victimized by the cunning and crafty.
So the many disappointments, and often
injurious effects, arising from the use of
various vaunted remedies, have induced
an undue cautiousness, 8nd, in many
cases, entire abandonment of the use of
any, We call attention to the lemedies
of Dr. R. V. Pic rce.of Buffalo, which
physicians are employing in tlwir prac
tice with the moist beneficial results. His
'"Golden Medical Discovery," for diseases
of the lungs and kidneys, heart affections,
fever and ague, dropsy, and nil diseases
of the blood, has Lever faiLd wl.tu put
to the test.
On November First !
TOTn . m Mtm - -jut
The One-Price I
In one ofhis windows. Everybody can mM urnl need not luy a
cent's worth. The one guessing the nearest to how miiny
Brans the jar contains, by Jan. 1st, shall receive
itemcmuer you save 2-i cts. on every
lollar by trading with Elson the One
in his speech at Xcwm'k. Out door
i!ill!lU I 4lkl.nl: llll itti.1 Liljn o Cf i..f ... I Iiiq . tri n A I HTlll 1 Kl A flni'ul t nWifn t na fwtiiAvillT.
,i-.3 .i;i;..,if., ,1... i. , or tne most elaborate and costly desenn-
TKIO LOO'lH si. A. ). U. W. Meets . tic-n. rcoplo vilio cannot spend much
cvr-rv ir,lt-rii;i.t- Kiid.iv cvenliiir at iv. oi 1-. I aiiinelt luard. lie is broken down, but miinno ,,n flnrni A
m - i v . vu u w t uvi viatniia. i ru tin v inn
iail. Ti:ni!!ept iToli-jr arrf rosii'tf iilly (n-
v.tc.t to attend. F..J. Alari; tu,Masii orkinan ;
eer : 1(. A. la:ie, r inaii'iicr ; . l. Mouse-
the ex ict t. ut!i as t j his condition is
r. f. ltrown. he i rein a a ; ... l. veinstsr. liver- jeatoiislr Iitt f, o, f
eer: 1(. A. la:ie, r inaii'iic-r ; h. House- ' j -
worth, uerorueri n. Mii)orij;:u. ueeeiver;
J. li niitli, "ait M. W. : I. N . Howen, Guide ;
1. J. Kunz. Inside Watcli.
i 1ASH CAM I NO. 3TJ. MODElwN WODDMKX
J of A i
time and t aste to them, nsinar such as mav
bo picked wild, ferns, berries, etc.. besides
such cultivated ones as may be obtained.
Broke His Neck.
Cnicxoo, Nov. 2. At a late hour last
evening, as a car on the Garfield avenue
linerica Meets eeuml and fourth Mod
d ay evening al K. of 1'. hall. AH transient
rirnrrii.rM an, riu.HT!ii n mc.f.T. wii it iii.. i.. a.
Nowco uer. Venerable Consul ; '. K, Nile. I line was passing Center street, John Mil- other for reforauntr it.
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Iuventions in Uvntal Snrgery.
The dentists in this eitv are divided
into two parties, one for maintaining in
violate tho present code of ethics, and tha
other for reforming it. The conservative
ler, wearing a driver's badge of the North pay is comprised chiefly of men of the
Ini,. , ., .. c"-iw, uicu w nuuiu uroiesslOUtU
IJI.ATTSMOUTH MiDiiK No. 8, A. o. V. w. Chicago City railway company, threw a courtesy is of higher importance than
A Meet every alternate Krhhiy evei.tng al stone at tho car. which crashed through silver certificates. Most of the reformers
Kockwood hail at elocK. All traasleut broth- I ' w ' r
em ate r.tpec tfuiiy invited to attend. . tne window after luttinz the driver. An T i : .r'01" uuua40
ljcfuiiii. M. W. ; K. iuyd. Foreman: H. C. I x, . '? , , , donghnuts. Tne two elements are at war
Wilde, liecordor ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer, ouicer on tne car jumpeu oir ana cnaseci on the subject of the patentabilityof mod-
19I.ATTSMOUTII LOUUB No. o. a. P. & A.M. filler, who refused to stop, TbeofHcer erq inventions in dental surgery 'Thecon-
Moc-ts mi tl flrt and ihir.i Mondays of irc( hittin tho man In the left W ferva es contend that under the code all
each i.-o'iot at ti.nr hall. A.I iraiisient broth- eu' ul"lno lu0 nian l "It leg. inventions are made for the good of hu-
er!" are cordially unitni to nn-i't wiin iw.
J. G. Uiciicy, W. M.
W:. If ats. Scrretary.
i Mi-elH si-coiul and fo'inli
CH A I'TKlt. NO. X K. A. T.I
liii-s.i.iv oi eaei:
inonth at Ma-onV Hall. Transei. lit brother-r
are Invited to meet with us.
- K. K. Wiiitk, II. P.
Wm. I'vrt. Secretary.
lust nfter the shot was fired the man dis- inanity; that patents restrict tho.
. . . . . ... I im'Olltln.i.. n . i 1 . 1 . ..
apnearcn ana he was not touml until an -"'v.""""0, consequently, numanitv
. . SUUers. Uhe rnfnimiAm Ki; v
WHAT ON EARTH
Is the reason people will not, can not, or
do not see any difference in cheap nos
trums put up by Cheap John houses or
irresponsible parties at enormous profits,
rather than take a medicine of world
wide reputuation and one that is giving
universal satisfaction at equal price? No
medicine in the world is giving such un
paralleled satisfaction for purifying the
blood as ISEGG'S BLOOD PUHIFIER &
BLOOD MAKER, and ever bottfc Ihut
d"cs not do its work wi.U vi.. you' noth
ing. For eh',2 ,y O. P. Smith & Co.,
Clothing must go, Men's Business Suits
at $4.00. Elson, the One Price Clothier.
If you have a watch, clock or jewelry
of and kind you waut repaired 7oo7, take
it to II. M. Ganlt. All work warranted
to give satisfaction.
-Tho second nearest
And the Third Nearest
A FINE LEATHER CLUB SATCHEL
mi w . . .
ine Jar will be hi Jed and sealed u
p hy two responsible
i ir'1 r !S anJ0"nted dy three resj.onsiblc imrties at j
1 no he Hall on Jannory 1st, 18Sl, in Plattsnioiith. If a
iauy snouid be the rst nearest guesser she will receive
hour after, when he was discovered in
t hole with his neck broken.
The Babylonian Expedition-
Piiii.aoelpiiia, Pa,. November 3.
.1GN COMMA MAKY. No. 5. K. T. Word has beon received from Prof.
! Meets lirst and third Weiluesilny nint oi l
each month at Maso rs hall. Visiting brother,. I Peters announcing the safe arrival of the
ure coi iwauy lavuea to i;i'ei nun uv
Wv.. ll.w is, Utiti.
J, t:. WmiK, E. C
p ASS l -. ) V N CI L NO. lOL't . KO V A I
W ii t the cecoiici iiinl iurlh
ueli :: r.i'i at Aroamiiu llatl.
K. N. ;i.e.x, Keyent.
J. C. .Mi mi::. Secretary.
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J. A. i"oiiiit. It. Kl '. V. . Sherman, l'V ior
iter, J. V. ekli.n-li.
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L. . t I'UTH
M.-' l ia-' .-ijiturd.iy evening
. ..- 'iiior ice "
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. :...Ci:ierof the Ia
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..u irter Master Set-'t.
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Forrnn-doTrh. debilitated and overworked
wotnor. Ir. Pierce's Kavorita Prescription it
the best rf all restorative tonicn. It Uapotem
Kr'eciBe for all those Chronic Weaknesses and
IifMaefl rn-culiar to Women; a powerful, fi-en.
eral as well a3 uterine, tonio and nervine, it
Imparts vliror and strenirth to the whole system.
It prom ;.tlr cures weak neM of stomach, nauru-a.
iniliiretion. t.lnatinB-. weak back, nervous pros
titution, d'-bility and slpeplesneta. in either sex.
It u c:iref ully ctiiiptiindcl by an experienceil
hysician. and adupted to woman's delicate
organization. Purely vegrt-table and perfectly
r.arrak-tis in any comlition or the fvstem.
tlon " ia the oniy medicine
fr wofocn. sold bv dniirrists.
under a positive Knar
antee of natisfactton in every ruse, or pries
ijl.ua refanded. This (ruarantee has tieen
cj rmted on the bottle-wrapper, and faithfully
carried out for many years.
For larye. illustrated Treatise on Diseases of
Women licit) paires. with full directions for
bome-treatrmnt. send ten cents in stamps.
Address. World's Dispemsart Meiucal
AssociatiOX, 6t3 Main Street. Buffalo, N. Y.
University of Pennsylvania Babylonian
expedition at Sindh after tlc brief deten
tion by shlpwrcck in the Mediterranean.
lrot. Peters denies that anv or the sci
entific apparatus of the party was dam
aged and says that no baggage was losb
A Lincoln Journalist uoad.
Lixccr.x, Neij.. Nov. Chas Root,
tin of the clitorlal stafl of the Nebraska
Daily Slate Journal, secretary of tne
Lincoln Press club, and state delegate
from Nebraska to the late meeting rf the
Prison reform asot .-i.it ion in Boston, died
at his home in this city yesterday from
More Wa&S Ueaianaed.
Danville, III., Novembf.r 3. At a
moss meeting of the Grape Creek miners
Thursday it w:;s resolved to make a
demand on the company for an increase
cf ft toil. The rre'erl jT.-r? i j C"5c.
Tiie compauy w'ill probably "refuse f,nd a
strike will f;lb. Tiie ct'll-n-iny em
ploy -000 m- ri.
suffers. The reformers beliv ihat. ha
laborer is worthy jf his hire; that if a
deuuafc spends ten years In perfecting an
invention he is entitled to all he can make
out of it. Tho name of Bohnwiel occurs
often in the discussions on the subject.
Ho Is a reformer of tho reformers. "Tho
littlo machine that "stands beside the
chair of every dentist in Christendom is
mainly the creation of his inventive
genius, and lie has reaped a libera reward
of $00,tJOu from the pateirt. retno oTie
can say that hq has not benefited human
ity. New York Tribune-,
for SALJS-.' a good span of
ponies for sale, thev p.u a i
buggy team, Luiio at this ofKcc t
The finest bedroom sets can be fount!
at ii. uocck s.
Impaled on a Pitchfork
IIastixhs, Neiw. Nov. o-The son of
i farm r mined C'all!iis, living near this
eitv, wis yesterday impaled on a pitch
forx waeii s!i 1: lg d w:i a grain
stack. Tlii pron.N pi-rced the boy's leg
and until reload held him suspended
with bis hea l downward.
MANCFACTUKfcR OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IX TUB
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Fior do Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LINE OF
TOBACCO AND S3IOKERS' ARTICLES
always in stock. Nov. 20. 1835.
' Sherwin & Williams' mixed paints, the
Lest ia the market, at Wcke & Co's. drug
Loraied at Urand Island.
Luxloln, Nhi., Nov. o. T;i Bipfi-t
university wis finally located at Grand
Island I) j tho action of the state conven
tion of thedetiO.nination yesterday. The
convention closed last night.
The Netherlands King Improving
The Hague, Nov. 3. The condition
of the king of Holland was improved
Dont go to Omaha when you want
to get your beautiful parlor and bed
room sets but gjo to Henry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where you can get every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make your home Itcantiful and comfort
able; and above all you can get it cheap.
Remember that he who sells most can
If you want a good clock, go to II. M.
Gault. He has a large assortment to
(tick from at prices that can't help but
Elson, the One Price Clothier, is selling
the Chicago Hats at $1.S0.
Part, or all of my house to small fami
ly, Cor. Cth and Day treetsT
tf - 3Iks. J. A. Ecell.
Stage Lights and Shadows.
The audience in a theater think as lit
tle of the man whose work enables them
to witness the stage performance as rail
way passengers do of the engineer who
conducts them safely to their journey's
end. They see tho show, and if thev en
joy it they never trouble themselves to
inquirowhat causes produce such br-iliant
effects. But for overy light inthe audi
torium, and for c'ery shade of illumina
tion behind the 'scenes, they are indebted
to tho humble gasman, who stands by his
post in the wings r?xt the footlights.
Here, by means ot a number of little hand
wheels,' ho regulates every gas jet n the
theater. ' Before him is, a piot of "the play,
and be listeua for his cues as anxiously as
any actor in the company. A false move
on his part, such as the turning of a
wheel at the wrong time, may ruin the
w hole scene a moonlight ffnot may be
spoiled by a flood of dazzling ' light, or
ioiui aurtuicss may poscuro. tne stage,
New York Commercial Advertider.
It is rc-markablo that people smoke so
much tobacco, in its various forms, that
i.i impregnated with deadly pieotine, when
by a fcimpio rneUipa, winch woiua uot de
tract one v.h'it from its gocd quality, but
would removo all that is objectionable,
tho tobacco could bs made free of
this poison. Merely soak tho tobacco a
tlay in a shallow trongh, and theu lay it
in the sun, if feasible; if not, dry by the
most convenient means, and the weed is
robbed of all odoriferous properties and of
nicotine. It is then so sweet the fumes
would not offend tho most sensitive lady,
because it has no fumes. Besides, the
vesspl in which it is burned does not be
come "strong" a valuable thing for a
man who prefers a meerschaum pipe to
cigars. Sergt. McNamee n Globe-Democrat.
HOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and fctrain
41.1.1 SW.t...l. .. .1 . 1 1 ti a . ....
""uvuuiju ti ramuvsiij; "tin: it is
'nly a little co',d." and keep giving them
cneaji ajui dangerous medicines, until
uiey are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when thev can be so easily re
lieved by BEGGS'" CHERRY COUGH
biltlPj It lias no superior, fVd few
equals. For s.de by ft jamith fc Co.,
If you waut anything in the jewelry
line, go to II. M. Gault He will sell you
good goods at low prices and guarantee
them as represented.
Mrs. Johnson, hc jjurfTisetvcd one
of the MMCtf displays of trimmed hats
and bonnets ever brought to the city.
Plenty of feed, t)im graham and
meal at nisei's mill, tf
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH!
What in the world is the reason you
will cough and keep coughing and still
keep trying' inferior medicines when
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGll SYRUP will
positively relieve y.i- cough at once?
This is Advertising scheme, but an
actual fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. ymith & Co., druggists.
Cremation Furnaces iu Parts.
Four large cremation furnaces have
been declared open at the great Parisian
cemetery of Pero-la-Chaise. The question
is agitated whether pauper bodies should
bo cremated by the Pari3 municipality,
but there is 6uch a strong feeling against
it among the poor that the idea will prob
ably have to be abandoned. It is usually
the wealthy who prefer cremation. New
She TVaa a Smart Cirl.
Young Lady Have you a position va
cant in your store for a
Old Merchant (with hardening features)
Young Lady (modestly) For a sales
Old Merchant (warnily)--I have. miss.
You shall have one of the best in the
store. Chicago Tribune.
Taxing Women Who Slarry.
Ia Tashkend. says a traveler, the Chi
nese have imposed a tax on all women
who marry. All merchants who visit
Jvashbar arc obliged to take a wife. As
soon as they leave tLo woman obtains
another husband, er.d thus tho tax affords
a considerable revenue to the government.
Elson the One Price is selling Chr,;h,ii
la Overcoats, Beayer Col".r and iutf, at
twenty - Dollar Trunk.
The Second Nearest
The Third Nearest
FINE SILK HANDKERCHIEF I
Bring y0ur guesses with name in a scaled envelope. One picHS to
eacli person. 3
Lookout lor large hand hills giving you a program before going to
fill the Jar and count the IJeans. The Program will
he very interesting.
DT O JET
And Leader of" Low 1 'rices
Gold and stiver spectacles at II. M.
II. Boeck's furniture stock is acknowl
edged to be the finest and most complete
in the citv.
Jonathan Hatt. j. W. JVIakthis.
J"MAT1IAM HAW & C.
WOXaS.A.S l2TJD retail
PORK PACKERS and dealers in BUTTER AND EGGS.
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AAi) VEAL.
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND.
Sugar Cured Meals, Hams. Bacon, Lard, &c &c
of our own make.
The best brands of OY'STERS, in cans and bulk, at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
What Ami To Os?
The synijsto'v.u uf biliousness are un
htippily but too well known. They differ
in different individuals to some exteiu,
A bilious man is seldom abreiilfi eater.
Too frequently, u'rii Ue has an txcelh-r.t
appetite fur lbiui-ls but rmue for solids
of a morning. His tongue will hanTiy
bear inspection at any time; if it is i:ot
white and furred, it is rough, at all
The digestive system is wholly out of
order and diarrhea or constipation may
be a symptom or the two may alternate.
There are often hemonhoids or even loss
of blood. There may be gJddijH'fS flad
often headache ttnd acidity or rlatulf nee
and teudei-t!e in the pit of the stomach.
To correct all this if nut effect a cure try
Green's August Flower, it costs but a
trine and thousands attest its efficacy.
f Uord to lepubiiear;5.
The importance cf the results of the present political campaign, can not be
overestimated by these who desire the success of the Republican party. The
Democrats, besides the " Solid Soutli," are, in the North intrenched behind
breastworlss of public patronage. It will take steady, earnest, and united
work to dislodge tnera. Nothing will so surely bring about that steady, ear
nest, and united work as the cii-ctzlation of sound political literature, and OF
THIS CLASS NO OTHER IS AS EFFICIENT AS THE DAILY AND WEEK
LY NEWSPAPER. Speeches and documents are read by the few, and when
read are laid aside; the newspaper igta fireside friend, the trusted family
companion. Its influence is continuous, constant. The Republicans can not
aid their party better than, by circulating
iYhe Oailjo Inter 0eean$r
C- F. 3MITH,
The Boss Tailor
Main St., Over Merges Shoe Store.
nas the lcst and mast complete stock
of satnpleSj both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came west of Missouri
river. JNote tnese prices: uusmess suits
from flG to $35, dress suits, $25 to $45,
pants $4, $5, f.(J, $.0.50 and upwards.
CSPWiU guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Competition,
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Chicago. No man has ever quastioned its soundness on the platform, because
the principles of the platform have been advocated by THE INTER OCEAJT
many years. PROTECTION TO AMERICAN INDUSTRIES AND AMERICAN
MARKETS FOR AMERICAN PRODUCERS have been its battle cries from the
beginning, I: did net take it six weeks to ascertain whether it could stand oa
the platform or not. ,
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doctrines by patronizing papers that advocate them. Why should they do so
when they can avoid it by subscribing for THE INTER OCEAN, which ia
acknowledged to be,
TIe Jest and 7Vlst Reliable newspaper
Published in Chicago? In enterprise, news, editorial ability, and evervthino
that goes to make A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER it is uaticeUeU by any of
Every Republican ought to subscribe for it.
Every workingnaan ought to subscribe for it.
It ia the paper for all classes of patriotic people who believe in protecting
the homes of America.
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