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OFFICE IN COL'kT H0U8B,
)liDLE5MLE HUB RETAIL
tCKST BRANDS OF CIOAKS
WcO ANI SMOKE:. 3 ART ICLFI
nlways in Mock
f : NATIDNAl,
V the rv tt f.trlMtlr fur ths promp
r UliHWt..ll l IlklUUial
: llitnkiiii; business
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iiilif rJTinoAl'M "I nrpiiini iiarnir-ii'irrp
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ANK OH CASS CiH'XTY
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A. H Hmlin U. B. WludUAio. B. V. Il4'iiry wi
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4 OENEkL HASX1KC PDS:C
Atmnau iillfMH' Inirn-tl illuwril ii.lli.it
drKli itnil promt.! it.'itmtil.ti l. tl -fciHu
nnlruiU-d to It (Arr.
Qiamberlain'a Eyo and nrtn i
A certain cnro Xor Chronlo Soro Eyo, '
Tetter, Gilt lUicmn, CciUJ Iliad, 01J ;
CLronlo Sores, Ttver Sores, Eczema, '
Ilch, Pnuriu Stiattlitd, Euro Kipplc j
and Pilr. It Is coolinj and sootLin.
Ilundrcdiiof cmo4 have bcoa enrod bj
It after all other treatment bad fallul
It In put up la 23 nod CO cent Luxja
T!x CmcHrxir- (tniiM.
m 9m 9 m m M
TNI tiMI&iNftl. tN9 4(NUIMI.
lA-fl. aM ' t IVf 4t i,iMk IftniiAl in Jt fcVj t-'i
A II (.' t U , b..a A i'N p.M i k v
Catalogue ehowinrr Tifeturea of
our Piftnon nnd tolling nbout thnm
STOP Hare woar, makiuff the Piano
more duraLIo, and Htujtjiing the an-
k noying nome or practimug.
. Wo tato OLD PIANOS in EX
TWANG E, Mil on EASY TAY-
.iIIONTS. nixl Bomt Tiuiiog ON AP
rr.OVAL to bo roturiir d lit our cx
dodiio for riiilway fn-itrbts if not Per
fectly natiiifactory, even though jou
Ivers&Pond Piano MiSa,
TNI LEADING I
HAS THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITY.
nsarncso ruECH m in . mas
I want your Poultry, Rggs, Hut
tor nud your farm produce of nil
kinds, I will pay you the highest
csihIi price ns I am buying fr a
lira In Lincoln.
TIIIC LEADING GKOCKK
STAPLE AND FANCY
i..iiiM-t 1 ilii! J'ublu Solicited
mw mum Siitn
S. I-;. HALL A SON
Kfi'ii nil klmli "I bull irm lutnlw ir- in liuiil
mill mill nupp y ruiiiui 't i u most lav
nit nil Klnm "( tin i.rk prnmM'y
oriln't I 'in tut Kiu'uiy Si.lielttd.
ii i'l-iwl "l
CLATHMUU fit. SKH.
YOUITO MUrrOLD I1EIT
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Tliey m brft 5ru t fr U !?,
frak Bit howittc ke w nciuifvtlr
, fv J8HAKE CFFTHt HORRID SNAKES
W jjf-- Uty ft . In 4. iiif 1 ln tiwiB iMty
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ral a4 Iiiiiii Do
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o.ra.tM ria( rnn k'nro4. mrtuniHr.
iiiaAN rATrHotr Afiir. m.ii iutMU
His t.tf rr. & A i, TiO'.i J.M.
Dni ud Uiii.Vm Ui hlf.
U.M l'fi.ii'HI ItiHirU i pr.rtTtli.
J. iJ Falls io lta(or GnaJ
'S Witr to U Youtaiul C'oiur.
t-H'-JC r .i-l.ti 7 i ..i", Ii n,ft tn -.ril (.. Ii,
I.i. . !. I., .:f. i.l.....M-ll, kuit'lMht IUIIUM..4HU.
fafe.. k.;IM. iC M ii.i.M.lts V lillH.UA A CUS ". Y.
Rro Cuoii ITk Dhuond BntNO
Ti ula KafV Hm. ftiiU, M:
r iit rta.rf)-, At M . f
r ---. -
C "t'r 'w
livo 3000 aUoB away,
OUTVytTTlNQ TE eMUGll.R3.
I uric Si.n' riitni Ainlcar CT-
tur Cf.nll'UUHUii Citii
VTh wnyH i t Kiuu(;Ii:ni nro peculiiii;,
but ilw way if cufoOin Ijoqhis lncn can
ntoro Hutu otiUlo tM'iu," li'iiuirltud tiir:
piirn' r of a Havana linn Ktt-uuisuip..
"Yon I:tiiv," he niMud reflectivity, ":i
Hum who vi.jU tiie WVr.t Imlit'S anil i:;'
irrciatw u Cno ci;;r ni ldoin coincii Ivi'
to this country without inakin;,' uu i..
ti'inpt tu do 8OHI0 qiiii-t mmiKgliiiS.
course the contraband articles are cijji. .
It i:uiy not be U-cuuao he ia mean, bi
thnduty is at iff, and I can euwly iiiiat;i
with what iikatiuro a box of cigar.-i c
bo paused around iiiiionff afowfi ii'i:
with the recommendation, aIioyn, U;.
B.un never received any duty on tin
nnd I ctm voi'.ch for them.' I bavo L.
"The nhreivd deputy of Undo 1:'
nndcrrttuudu all thia, and in addun
the ehtmcea aro hu appreciates n
clfjur as umch ax wo do. Of conm!
uiukes a ttinroiifjli search for dr.tl.i ,
(;nod8 on'lhu arrival of all our ehiju. In
there are, he thinlm, many little wuys '
which ho can be avoided, and travel. .
nro nut loti in findkg them out.
"ThiH does not worry our friend, c.v
enstoma man, for his nrranemenU, r'
though most kiinplc, do not fall fur bhoi '
of perfection, lie knowi of the when
abuutii of every lari;o lot of cigars whicn
leave Havana, nnd when we arrive hew
1i;ih, la all probability, a complete list (if
the numluT we have on board and the
nam km of their owners.
"You don't believe it. Well, never
tucltfa it I a fact. When amnggliu ;
was more of a business some years s .i
than it is now, a clever customs man d
velopitd a Mcheme by which the quantity
of cigars smtjft'xlcd in this port whs in
duced to a miniuiiiin.
"An aent of the department wan
placed at lUvun.t, lie utrulhtway madu
friends with the cl'ar dealers and man
nfactureni. This coht money, but the
j;ainn w;ts worth the candle. Whenever
citf.'ini weru sold to nn American or an
Englishman, in nine casifs out of ten the
denier di hvered them, and politely in
tinted on do'.n no.
"At the request of the buyer they
would invariably bo ftcnt on board his
id'Mi:!-hip or to the hotel at which ho
wan Loniuirig. In this way the buyer's
uai::e mid address were ascertained.
"The crafty ('niian would then make
a memorandum of this Hcetuingly worth
h hs iiiformalion and send it to Uncle
'jam's ii reiit. luce in hi.-" possession, that
man l.'-pt well pisted lu regard to the
buy.-r's movements, ami on the day lie
f.'iili d for New York the nmnteiir muu
ir Si r's inline, d. script ion nnd the number
of c i;;ar.i which he bud were cabled to
thn authorities here.
"U.i fear of detection bothered tho
would he Mnns'.:ler, and on arrivnl he
won'. 1 ;rivu tin? eii. toms man the coldest
kind of a bluff until a few facts and
f ;;ures were, priwulcd to him.
"Do they jrivc? up ton cigars? Oh, yes,
bnt with mighty bad irrace, and if all
the customs men could be paralyzed for
the wishing. I usuuro you Uncle Sam
would not Lave an ablebodicd man in
the business. It is hard luck to have
otn other man snioko the weed which
your money has paid for, bnt it hapi-us
more often thau yon imagine. The
good are always confiscated, and the
amateur sniulers nro lucky in fretting
out of a bad hole, for smnnyliiig Is an
ofliio not to 1 trifled with.
"Oh, yes, ihere are dozens of waye by
wliii h cigars could be Minified in this
port without detection; but tho practice
could not bo carried on long, so the
bui-liieRs has not (frown. Sorry I can't
give you some intidc information, but it
would bo bad policy."
Thcu the smart looking purser reflect
ively puffed a cipir which bad never
pai l duty. New York Bun.
HynmU mud Hlnnr.
There's a Presbyterian minister in De
troit whone wife is very fond of this city
lis a place of residence. Some time ago
the synod to which be lielontrs waa dis
cuKslnj the advisability of sending him
away on some important bnstness occu
pying a year or so. It was suggested to
him, nnd ho weut to bis wife a all good
bus bands do.
"My di-Hr,M ho said to her cautiously,
"what do you think of going away from
"I don't think of it at all," she an
swered promptly. "Why did you askr
"Well, the synod has asked me to go,
Khe went ever to Jiim softly, and, put
ting both bands on his h' .id iu a moth
erly wav, she said solemnly:
"My son, if synod entice thee, con
sent thou not."
And be didn't. Detroit Fre Presa.
Tha Original :l.rn OttrlchoA.
The longevity of the ostrich is a qual
ity that commends it to capitalists.
Arthur Douglass, a poor sheep farmer
near Ornhaui's Town, Ho nth Africa, was
the pionei rostdch farmer. Ho started
lu lt'CI with eleven wild bird chirks
and fjudlna that they could be raised in
captivity, he started in to supply the
market with domestic feathers, lin has
raised and sold thousands of chicks and
stocked many of tho surrounding
ranches, has marketed thousands of dol
lars' worth of feathers, and still has the
eleven origlnsl wild birds breeding and
yielding good marketable feathers. Iu-
Wrview in St. Louis Ololie Democrat.
I'll lUpplt-At anil Ifnltblait.
AfteMill, throe are the happiest and
healthiest persons who can labor moder
ately and sensibly at their duties day by
day throtiL'h tho year, and who take
with keen zest tho pleasure of each sea
sen as they come to them iu their own
locality. Those who frantically chase
happiness and pleasnre from seashore to
mountain aud from continent to contl
in-lit uot Infrequently bring back very
little from the pursuit. Providence
Oivenboya fundamental knowledge
of the. principles of chemistry, and the
priH'i-v e nud operation"' of tint farm be-
rnmo at once wniidci fully iiiterit.liim to
. : lVrsnm fli;sinn;; to vale nmnt procure Cieir UallutM fioiu n,
mcinbcr of t tie election board.
They iiliidt then, without lciivintr the polling r hice, propepej
to a co.npnrtt'nc'iit :ui 1 prepare tlieir ballot.'. '
Plnkcacros.H innfk (.) with ink in I he right margin of the ballot
oppoHite the nniiie of each person for whom you wi.-li to vote.
Do not iniikc any mark on the ballot, nuvcus above directed.or
the ballot will not be counted.
If you upoil u ballot return it tun ir.cmbcr of the election board
nndobtiiiit from liim u new baliol. Take this to a compartment
ami mark it properly.
Having marked the ballot, fold it so im to concenl the names
end markH on tlic face, nnd to evjiom; the iiuines ou the back.
Take it to tin-jinlgc of elcciinn before leaving the enclosure,
und pec it deposited in the box.
Immediately leave the railed eucloHure.
If jou winli to vote for any per.ion wli;).e name does notnppenr
upon the ballot, write or iiiacrt Ii i.-i full iinme in the blank epacc
on the ballot under the proper office you wish him to bold, and
make n crons mark in the proper margin opposiilo the name.
Do not take any ballot from the polling place; you thereby
forfeit the right to vote.
Following are the Mate and county lic.ketn:
k"1' J ''ill'!!- Ji 'l'''K!"-; tiiLkr?" . Voiij Km ok;
Ada iiiltciiDeiKler, Lincoln
Joh'IIi W. Ivlgerion, South Omalta,
A. M. Poet, t'oltimbtu
FilK RKI.INIrtdl-1 IIIK Sl'AII'. l.iMVhK.iirV.
A. D'Alleinaiide, Arinmlioe,
William Uorrtt, Ncligh, - - T"
lv. A. Ilndley, Scotia - ' I
Cliaa. HIarpb Omaha .
II. T. iSbiiinwiiy, Wakeiicld
Caroline M. Woodward Seward
i-UK JljHihOI- kl j IJIIK I Ai, Dl.ilKUT
Samuel M. Ciianman. PlattHmoiitli"" "lii-i.iil.liei.,V
Thomas H. SIi-vi-iihoii, Nebrnxka
ILI. TraviMTVc(-pTiig Water
t'oUM V I 1,1. KK.
Frank Dickwni, I'latiMinoiiih
J. K. Marshall, (ireeiiwiiod
Jcmsc h'ocliwcll, Manley
J. H. Tipton, Cellar Creek"
F()K C()l .VI V TK'KAnCKI K'.
TH. Drown, i'lalisnioulh
I C. ICickho.r, Louisville
Fred Herrmann, 1'lattnuionlli
Samuel Kichardnon, Light MiletooVe - Independent
li ih (r'ni TV Si I t-ki hi-'.
Kdinund Dorr, Stove Creek Precinct
George L'dnon, Murray
Wm. Tithe, PlaltMinoutli
I'bihiuder Williams, Klmwnod,
Fmk Cm; .yi v Juikii;.
1 11). I birr Weet.iiigVater
P. P. Gasm, PbittHinoittTi,
It. S. Kamsey, Plattsmoiilh
Calvin RuhhcII, Weeping Wnler
KlIK C'LhKK OK Dll'K-ll T ClIIJKT.
WIL Deariug, Wabanh .
Ackl.ind Saiinbury, Plattuioutli
W . ). T 1 1 c k ' r, ? I tTl '1 eii miTi 1 1 j ' rec iTuT
J. D. Ttiit. I'h'tN noiith - " .
Fol CdU.N I V St l'l.klM liMIKM'
J. Klmcr lcyda. Weeping Water Precinct
). W. Noble, Weeping Water
M. O. Weed, Greenwood Precinct
Alice Wilson, I'latteuiouth
Kok C'olJM V C tlkONKk,
H. K. Hrendel, Murray
P. S. Gnlley, Greenwood
K. W. Mtirk'BH. Weeping Water
J. I. C'nn 1 1 1 , Plait mnouth
A. C. Mnyeit, J'lattHiiioiith
Fred Patterson, Kock HIuITh
Kok Cm; vi v Commi.s.siumk
S. W'. I )iitioti .
A Cure for the Ailments cf Man and Beast
A long-tested pain rclu'wr.
Its use is almost u:uver". :l by tl.e Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Kaiser, and Ly every one requiring an effective
No other application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known amcdy has stood the test of years, almost
No medicine chc::t i3 complete without a bottle of Mustang
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druj'rists ami dealers Have it.
Von; nik two;
Voi h kijk ok;
Voi h i-'ok ll.l!
Voi k kiw )N K
V(n ii (n ONI
Vo l h KiK iiNK,
I'roli iliit ion
- Vo'l K KOk ONF
' KeMlbliciiil X
Vo'i is mik ONK
IS. WSawycr, of Kocheater, Wia,
a protuineut - .dealer in general
merchnndiHcj riiiij who i uiih several
peddling wagoust,"- bad one of liia
1ioi'h.h badly cut and burned with a '
lariat, Tiie wound rcfiiKed to hejiU
The liorse became lame and tttitf
noWwilLk-luniling careful attention
and Hie application of remedies. A
friend handed Sawyer Home of
IIaller'8 Harb Wire Linemen!, the
mowt wonderful thing ever taw to
heal hiicIi wouuda. ile uiqiliod it
only three times nnd the fore waa
coiiipli-tcd healed, h'qunlly good
for nil sorH, cuta, brnsett, nnd
wounds. For ealc by nil druggiat
A Curo for Parelvsls.
Frank CorncliiiH, of Purcell, IniL
Tcr.,nays: "I induced Mr. PiiiKon,
whose wife had paralyses in the face
to buy a bottle of Chambcrlain'a .
Pain Jiallll. To tlll-ir irnml mmrlmi
before the bottle had all been imcd
she wan a great deal better. Her
lace bad been drawn to one side;
but the Pain Halm relieved all
pain unci porcnrvH. and the mouth
assumed its natural Khupe." It is
also u certain cure for rlieumatiHin
lame back, Kprainn Hwelliims and
lameness. Ti) cent bntticm for eala
by F. G. FrickeiCo., Drug-ginta.
Strength rnd Healih.
Jf your are not feeling Ktrong
and bealthy.try Flectrie Hitters. If
"La (irippe" has left you weak and '
weary, use Flectrie Ditteju. Thia
remedy acts directly on Liver.
Stomach aud KindyB' gently aiding
those organs to preform their func
tions. If you ure alllicted with--Sick
Headache, you will iiud Hpeedy
and permanent relief by takinjr
Flectrie Dctter. One trial will con
vince you that this is the remedy
you need. Large bottles only 50c.
For sale by F. G. FrickeA: Co.
Some of the most startling, in,
tersting discoveries of the life and
custom of buried Kgypt are now
being made through extensiveexca
vattions. These discoveries are
exciting n great interest. Mauy
discoveries ure, however, beiujf
made in our country that are re
markable, among which we mny
mention that of Haller'a Pain Pun
ly.er which effects entire relief, and
in many canes n complete cure of
that terrible disease rheumatism,
and which also relieves pain of all
kinds. For eale by all druggiata
rtni-i n iti n C xfii i.i ;D iy.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism onT
neuralgia radically cured in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system ia
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the di.
reuse immediately dissappenrs.
i'h ? IimI d ne. greatly benefits. 7.M."
Sold by V, G. Fricke, Druggist, wl
That I lacking Cough can so quick
ly cured by Shiloti's cure. We
guarantee it. For ?ale by F.
Fricke and O II Snyder t
The Crcatest Strika
Atnouir the n-eat mriki-H llmi nt
Dr. Miles in discoverimr liix
Heart Cure has proven itself to be
one of the most important. The de
mand for it has become astonish
ing. Already the treatment of heart
disease is being revolutionized, und-
many unexpected cures etlected. It
soon relieves short bretith, flutter
ing, pains iu side, arm, shoulder.
weak and hungry spells, oppres
sion, swelling of ankles.sniothering
and heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book,
on Heart nnd Nervine Diseases,
free. The tituqualed New Heart
Cure is Hold mill trimr:,,, .,! I.w U
G. Fricke A Co, nlso his Restorative
Aervine lor Headache, tits, sprrca,
hot Hashes, nervous chills, opium
habit, etc. 4
The H. A M. will eell tickets on the
certificate plan at the rate of one
and one-third fare for the round
trip, us follows:
To Kansas City, Mo.. Oct. 20-23, on
account of the annual meeting of
the American Public Health Asso
ciation. Mt. Pleasant, la., Oct. 21-2.", annua!
meeting of the Y. W. C. A.
St Ixmis, Mo., Oct. 22 -23, annua!
meeting Hrotherhood of St. Andrew.
Waverly, la., Nov. 10-12, annual
convention Iowa Mutter aud Kgic
Des Moines, Ia.,annualconvention.
Iown State Farmers' Alliance.
For many years Mr. H. F. Thump
aoti, of Des Moines, Iowa, waa we
vercly nfllicted with chronic diurr
linen. He says: "At tirncH it w
very severe; so much so, that I
feacrd it would end my life. About
seven years ngo I chanced to pro
cure it bottle of Chumberlain'a
Colic, Cholern nnd Diarrhoea
K'emedy. It gave me prompt relief
and I believe cured me permanent
ly, as I now cat or drink without
harm nnythiug I please. I have
nlso used it in my family wilh
best results. For snle by F.
Frickie A Co.
"Two years ngo the Iluller Prop.
Co.' ordered their bottles by the boa
now they buy by the carloniL
Among the populnrnnd sucreaeful
remedies they prepare is Haller'a
Sarsapnrilla A Hurdock which u
the most wonderful blood purifier
known. No druggist heaitatea to
recommend this remedy.
For aale by druggiat
W III be Given Away
Our enterprising druggists, F. G
Fricke A Co, who carry th.- fun-at
stock of drugs, perfumeries, toilet
articlea, brushes, sponges, etc., are
giving awny a large number of trial
bottles of Dr. Miles' celebrated KY.
torative Nervine. They guarantee
it to cure headache, diasy.incss, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, the
ill effects of sprrits, tobacco, coffee,
etc. DruggiMls say it is the grcntetp
seller they ever knew, and is univer
sally satisfactory. They also guar
antee Dr. Miles' New Heart Curo Ui
nil caii -M of nervoiisororgniiie In-nrt '
disease, palpi!:.";,,,!. :,: j .j,,,
t ooiherin:', etc. l ine 1 ,.; ,,,,
'.'.eivotis and !l,-ait Disci -fee.
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