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Phtbinouth Daily Ilerall
KNOTTS BROS, Publishers
PuWtihe.t fvoryTliH.-id.iy, and dully ererj
Kliten-J ai.riiu rinttnnitu-.il, ISeh. po--aT.wifiir
toece-ili'ion lU.-oujiii the I.'. -W. mB.ls
Jt sm-nod cl.mi rM'Hji.
omi-ecnruer VtntAifiItui cli.
Ms eopv, mm y:u, in a.lvnnrn... US"
Se eopy, one y.tr, nut la admir I1
dip;-, six mnntiif. In advitiicn T'
se e:?r. t!ir.i m.-fith. la a-tviacs. ...
Tf UM FOB DAIL1
fla wp oiift f ir in tv .iic I" "
nsc ii'y PT ek. by c.irrler
ne eiipy, per nmmh
fKirAY. NOVEMUKR Is!"-
but to Rive to tlii-tn freely of their
own bounty. Let all the people re
joice. In testimony whereof I have here
unto set iny hand and canned to be
ufilxed the rent xeal of the Mate.
Done at Lincoln thi Ulh uy of
November, in the year of ;our Lord
one thousand ci-ht hundred mid
ninety-om-. of the state the twenty
fifth and of the independence of the
United States the one hundred and
Uy the Governor:
si:al.1 Joh M.Thayek.
JOHN C. ALLK.V, Sec"y of State.
TE BEET '.R INDUSTRY.
A few weenn fcin-v. Ji- "
published n Btateinent from a for
mer biijfar beet grower in Germany,
who wart in Cans county visiting
friend, to the elfect that the eoil of
Ciims county wua better adapted to
the growing of beet than wart
Hod of hirt nal've country
demand of our own peop
Nebraska alone hart lair
uvailable for growing J
t t i:... il.fiii'Ml
need rli-ewhere to n,dy
a tenth of thedomchUC demand.
"The MntiMiiCH of what ha been
accomplished in the brief time
nines-' the beet au'iir industry was
started in the United State.i purk
the wisdom and expediency of
piviti every proper and practic
al aid a ii J encouragement to the
Industry, It development means
the remunerative employment of a
vast amount of capital and labor, a
Bource of (jreat benefit to the farm
ing interest of a number of Mate,
and our ultimate independence of
foreign countries for a eupply of
one of the necci-Harief"."
NOVEL TEA CLOTHS.
tViOI-Anoalutad Talila Rhll
Without Thxts I'leml Arllel.
Striped silU tea elollm are a novelty
Ladies can easily make these"up them
selves by buying the striped corah Hut
the prettiest of nil am. Ihe flas thread
embroidered tea cloths The' lints of
Ahe threaiU arc an varied t!i;;l t!ie most
beautiful effects can be produced Soft
blues, apricot tints, yellows- they are
ah so bewitchinjf it l ilifileult to choose
in looking til a box of these Uireaila
!y sUetciiins out a cleslj,'ii. then veinintr
the Cower and leave mid overcoming
tbeed'c. a pretty effect can be pro-
Bucklen'a Arnica Sulvs.
Tnit Bust Sai.vk iu th world fur I'uU
D , ItruiK-m, Sunn, Ulcer, Pnh Kli. uni. !' Vii
i Surtu, Totter, ClmpiM-1 II-nnl", (.!liitilnii)s.
Ourr.n, and all Skiu I'ruTtioii,J, and ni
' lively curt 6 Pilm, or tin my inpurrd
It ii uiiitraiiti'cd lu liivo nulinUcnou, in
' moiiiy rcrnnded. i Price S-'in-ni 4 p, r bei
' Kor t!u by K. 0. Fricke At Co.
It will cowl you nothiiuf ail
Kiirclv do voit rood, if you h,
t'oiuh, C !d or any li onble )
Throat, C'heM or I.un;;. Dr. K'i
New Difeovcry br t'on.mniiy
fmi(;lifi oild Col N i j;uai-;ml
H" PRESIDENT'S THANKSGIVING
I!y the president of the United
rates f America: A proclamation.
C irt a very Rlad incident of the
warvelom prosperity which hart
ro-.vned the year no-.v lira win.? to n
Slo:; that i'.rt hopeful und reufnur-
ti touch hart been f It by all our'
peopl . It has been art wide art our
mint.-y, and fi npecial that every
koine hart felt it comforlin? infli:
ice. It irt tor) Kreat to be t!:e work
f a -n'rt power and too particular
H v the device of hirt mind. To
6.iJ, the beneficent and all wise,
who make th : laborrt of men to be
k-ui.iul, redieais their loe.rt by his
grar , and the me.uuire of who-c
roveruinir irt as much beyond the
BioiiehtH of man ac it in beyond hirt
deacrtM, liie pf.iim aad gratitude, of
fce people of this favored nation
re justly due.
Now, therefore, I, Uerjamiii
arrirton, prerticlent of the United
tatert of America, do hereby ap
point Thursday, the '.'i-'.h day of
Kovember present, to be a day of
jnyful thankrtivinto God for the
kounties of bin providence, for th
frace in which we are permitted to
ujoy thens, and for the preserva
tion of tho:ie inrttitutions of civil
od reliiotirt liberty which He
vni-f nor fntherrt the wi-dom to
uJevine and establish and ii the
cnurarre to nreserve. Anion? the
ppropriate observances of the day
re rest of toil, worship in the pi'b-
lw- rin.rre!ration. the renewal of
- r -
timilv tie about our American
resides and thoughtful helpful
ena towards those who Hiifier lack
f the body or of the dpirit
In testimony whereof I have
hereunto net my hand and caused
the nealof the United Stale to be
Done at the city of Washington
this 13th day of November, in the
ear of our Lord one thousand
ight hundred and ninety-one, and
ml the independence of the United
ii;.lprt the one hundred and ix
teenth. I5ENJAMIN HAkKIrtOX.
Hv the 1'rcnident: lAMEd C,
BLAIME, Secretary of State.
THE GOVERNOR THANKSGIVING
Now. more than ever have the
people of Nebraska most convin
in? reJHonn for lifting their hearts
in gratitude to the Supreme Kul
f the universe for the untold blcn
in? they have enjoyed durinn the
year which in now chawing to
close. The disastrous effects of th
irouth whichafllicted some portion
f the state a year ao have been
followed by the sunshine of pros
perity. The windows of heaven
were op.ied; the rains ceme nnd
ow the earth has responded with
a most abundant increase; the la
kors of the husbandmen have been
aaoet lavishly rewarded; the fields
kavc been almost weighed down
with grain the trees with fruit
the granaries arc now full to re
pletion; now vigor and energy have
keen infused into department of
human effort; joy sits in the hearts
f the people where there was
lumentatiun a year ago: general
health prevails and peace reigna
within our border.
It is most becoming, as well
the performance of a scared duty,
that all tdiould manifest in a
public manner their uppreciatio f
f nnd ti.eir gralilude for these
Now, therefore, 1, John M.Thayer,
firertior of the state Nebrnskj, do
hereby depjgnati Thursday, the 'X
4.iy of tiie present mouth, as a day
f thanksgiving sad prjiise to the
" t J Iili fir Ilii f.tlinly cars
vf r tin and for I1U tender mercies.
I tnoi-t earnestly reipiest all the
people of this commonwealth to
abstain from ail secular employ
ment on that day and assemble in
their several places of public wor
ship and offer up thanksgiving and
song of jiraise to His holy name.
Ia accordance with this beauti
ful custom families will be reunited,
social and fraternal iulliienree w ill
prevail and the lirarta of all should
be made fc'ad.
I beg those with an abundance
not to forget the poor and r.redy
Clement Fcutt Coming tu Amtrlra.
A privato letter from Londoa brin
tin. iii'iirninliuii tli-'t (lli'lnent Scott. t!u'
' draiuutic critic of tlie Loinlon Tel. irnip'i.
Those , j, (ll viciit America tliia wiuter. Mr.
our county fair ran . B-ott is on-j of tins Wnt known fir-t
testify that Carts county sugar
been wero placed on cxhib.tion
which, for bi.e and quality, could
rarely be exceik-i. This nhould not
only stimulate our farmers, to u
diversification of their products,
but our public spirited business
men hhotild take the necessary
Meprt to secure the location of u
factory here, thu.rt materially bene-
titliiij: our Lille city and (surround
The United Staten produced lat
year oYZZ'.lZD pound of Ktigar,
which wart u trillc lees than one
seventli of total uinouut of
sugar imported to thirt conn
try. This great umoiint of
eiigar, for a certain season of the
year at lea-t, ,is controled by a
b.ijigu nic-.iopoly, ia co!iseji-nce
of which we are compelled to pay
exhorbitant prices for what we con
sume. Now .with the encourage
mentolfered by the provisions of the
McKinley tarill law there is no
reason why, with proper exertion,
this suar could not be produced honor. Foster Cuates in Nw York Mail
America, thus rendering our- uad Uiprcss.
selves indepenpeut of the monop-
ly, diversify our industry and
ive additional employment to
American labor. The Pillowing
from the Omaha lice with refer
ence to bed Migar production will
be found interesting:
The phenomenal growth of the
beet sugar industry in the L nitcu
.stales during tiie last four years is
attracting attention us giving
promise of a time, not very remote,
when the domctic production ol
sugar will oc equal to the demand.
The official statistics show that in
lv7 the total production of the beet
sugar in this country amounted to
only 4'JIJ,fJt) jMJunds; in 1SS the total
had increased to alout 3,X),0U
. . . i ' . t i r
uio'liters la tlii umusii capnai. us is
ktcat, gray li.tirt-d, hurt a gray innstache,
we:irrt eyci.nn uml Irt rated tlio best
authijrity oil tiie drama in Knghirnl. lie
h-j. many fri-.i!'l. l:it nil army of en
emies, lie li;n inii'le aud nauiaili! many
plarriglili nnl uctur.v Ills drunuitie
cd'.uian U etill re,-arai-d r.i the stauJar 1
untlmrity, in I bin nrticiu i nrvoa'iy
nwaiteil af.'-r the p-rfonnatieu of a new
rl.iy. Uin jivl;nin-iit it usually goo.1. Hi
tiuusag""l deal of fault, but is lari.su
In j, raise furif ixl work.
A nien para-'ra; li from l.itn will boiiic-
timcs intan live pound inciru a week on
the :dary i.f oiiw denervms actor or
iietrcs v. lio U little known nnd not np-pni-iatcd,
and hit coiiJemnntion of a
new iilay 1 usunlly tlio cna oi tiie vea-
ture. Tiik'-n all in all li in regarded an
eminently fair utid just. He lias never
used Ins twsitioa to Injure any cue
What ho hart dono has been from con
Mr. Scott is a patient (Indent cf the
draraa. He lias the bct-t tueutncal
library In Knjland. He will be warmly
welcomed lu America, for be bus been
particularly ajrreeublu to American
actors and actresses, and many dinnen
and recentioni will bo given In his
We have 'old Kly's Cream ISalm
about three years, uml liave re
commended its use in more than u
hundred special cases of catarrh.
The unanimous answer to our in
cmirii'H i -It' the tiest remedy that
t have ever used." Our experience
)h, that w here parties continued its
nse.it never fails to cure. J. 11.
Montgomery, & Co., Druggists, De-
corn h, Iowa.
When I began using Kly's Cream
Hal in my catairh wan so bad 1 had
hcadr.che the v.hclc l.iv.c ar.i -:-chifged
a large amount ol filthy
matter. That dins iilmost entirely
disappeared and have not hud hcad
nche science.-J. Somuiers.bl-phiiey,
f,ive relief, or money v
back. Su.li-rei-rt from
found it just tiie tiling
how m ! a i '
free n l;.
J. a ('
hud a sp-cdy nn.lj'i r
Ti V a anij il fol i I
e mid b; i; f,,r yont
it in. 1 i ,a
A Co. Drug
Are joil made miiu'rable ty indi
.'(mi. i, i. roiiMtiii.ition, di.ini'Hrt,
r.i-s f riTit.elite. Yellow f-kinl'
b.h's Vitalier is a posiiivu
I-or nalc by J-. G. Fricke .V Co.
A ChifltM tiirnor.
Tshnnr Yno, th governor of the pro
vince cf tliHntnn, who died recntly
w one of the highest dignitaries of the
Gt.cstial cini'irc. He bad a highly ad
venturous career. Horn in lowly posi
tion, he was olilig'J to flee In his youth
on nrcount of hiiviii'' luumrrvd luo bl
mentor of im old man. He became a
robber and soon stood at the head of all
the brigands who madj the province of
Hnnan unsafe. When, during the re
bellion, th chief town of the province
was threatened, the governor issued
proclamation In which ho promised the
hand of bis daughter to the man who
would ave the town from tin enemy.
At the head of 000 bandits, Tkhanjj
beat ol the attack of the rebel, and led
borne on the next day, a a reward for
his bravery, the almond eyed beauty.
dueed; but, better still. If you have ins
time, is to darn the whole background
with one tin, "Hand made dumakk"
in a new name for some dinner cloth
This work only differs from the darned
backirroimd in bewrj (I me closer, only
one thread of the linen beinif cauht up I
at a time Conventional patterns looU
better in t'.:i vurk. 1 he example gi
. ., .!.( .t -l I. ....... n.t
en Irt a Uliu ncnnn. wuti iac uuunijiuuuu
of the l-irrer done iu liirht blue, the
pattern outlined in pold color, the cen
ter with t)i exception ol lae ornaineni
left white, und the ornament filled in
with blue uud outlined with koIJ. M
Miles Nerveand Liver Pills.
Act on n new principle-rcgi. lut
ing the liver, stonirrh nnd liowcU
through the uervs. A new discovery.
Dr. Miles' fills speedily cure biliou
sness bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
aonstipation. Uiieijualed for men
women, children, mnii'lcst. inidest
si.u-sl! TjII closes, 2.V. Sam)lcs
free i't 1'. G. I'ritke & Co s.
For many years Mr. H. 1'". Tlmmp
son, of D-.-s Moines, Iowa, was se
verely aldicled with chronic iliarr
hoea. He says: "At litnert it wn
very severe; m iniich so, that 1"
leiHTi it would end mv Hie, auuui
seven years ago I chanced to pro
cure a hot He of Chamberlain i
((.lie. Chiller!! nod lhurtiioc
Kcmedv. It gave me prompt relief
uud I believe cured me permanent
ly, ns I now eat or drink without
harm anything I please. I have
also used it in mv family w-ith the
best resul' i. 1-or sale by F. O.
1'i ickie A Co.
Is- a hot
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i r t. i
i r -i v v s i- - -i x
i i -UN .'-v -x
'1 rL33 mwuj
laden vith fr?'sU
I carry avcslhops
As I cargo
clear as can be.
ff Mida only by
A5K YOUR GROCER FOR IT '
Everything to Furnish Your House. j
pound, and in ISS'J to about C,U00,(XH)l Then be maJe rapid progress. He was
not ante to real or wriio, out km ui
great iategrity, and died poor as be was
born. Ha was called by his people, on
account of bU charity, Tshang, "the
bine sky." It is said, however, that he
was not always just toward baropeana,
and especially the missionaries. London
Dounds. In 1JJ three factories
wereiu operation two in Califor
nia and one In Nebraska and the
total output waa about S.OWJOU
oouiida. This year the number of
factories lias been doubled, there
now being three in operation in
California, two in Nebraska and
one in Utah, uud it is estimated
that the totul production will
amount to about 2,3)U,(joO pounds, ol
which Nebraska will furnish one-
f Mirth." Licenses have been grant
ed to a beet sugar company iu
I'cunsylvnnia and another in Vir
ginia. Thirteen thousands acres of
land were occupied in the cultiva
tion of the sugar beet this year.
"Keferring tu the highly eatis-
factoiy results that have come from
the effort V promote thcsv.gar in
dustry in the United States, the
secretary of agriculture In his
annual report remarks that there
seems to be ne reason why we
should not look forward with con
fidence to the day when the one
hundred millions of dollars paid
by Aai ji ita:i.i to foreign producers
will be turned into the pockcU of
our own people. There is nothing
particularly optimistic in audi a
view. It ia estimated that the
present anuual cousumingcupacity
of the United States for sugar and
molasses is in i'ue iieigiiborui'ou of
2'X),i)0 tons. It is by no mean
impossible to bring the production
up to this demand within the next
twenty years, and at the rate of
progress made during the last four
yenrs domestic production would
overtake consumption in a much
ahorter time than twenty years. Is
it unreartonable to expect that for
several years at least such a rate of
priigree.H iil be made? Under
existing condition the stimiilu.rt to
it is strong, pr'-aier, i.ideed, than
lu aii.iort uny other industry
"At the prices now paid the culti
vation if lie Ktigar beet is profit
able. The iiiiinufacture of mgar is
also profitable. The government
bounty is an ndditionid incentive.
If this shall be continued it is en
tirelysafe predict that within the
next five years the bu t mgar in
duetry will have expanded to
twenty times its present propor
tions, and may realize in even
great growth within that time. The
territory for mich a development of
this in iiihtry a would supply the
A liika Attacks a Wfua.
The fu!lowiu; snake t tory is evolved
from Ts erchange: Thursday even
ing l I while Ju.!'o A. McFarland and
bis son Guy weredrivic homeward they
saw a lare nuilyin:;iii the road. Tl
judKQ stteC'pU.d to kill tae snake by
crushing it with the wheel of Lit gi,
bnt instead of "bruising the serpents
head" the jnJjo's wheel passed over Its
tail. Instantly the snake coiled Itself
around a npo!;e, aud Rt every turn of the
swiftly revolvinz wheel made vidua-
strikes at Ony's face. Ony'sonly meam
of eecape wus a buck ward tuuiuie from
the gi((, which he took, falling Into
pool of dirty water. Then there was a
mad boy as well as an angry snake.
Strange to relate the snake freed itself
from the wheel and attacked Quy In the
pooL A shower of stouee from Gay'n
hand flnUhed the snake.
It von think the kitchen
place be easy on the cook.
Laud npplici at once will remove me
discoloration after u bruise.
A nco under one's feet Is restful when
lonj stanilinj Is necessary, as In tron-
ias or washing dishes.
Wuitm of eirirs muj be leaten to a
ttiff froth by an open wiudow when It
would be impossible In a steamy
Mm Cmma Cwiso avers that not
book knowled'e alone, but cook knowl
edge is needed in this broad nation of
CtsTFR.t water that has become fonl
may be purified with powdered boras
or alum A quarter of a pound of each
will cleanse tuetity-Ovc or more barrels
Moir vegetables are better eooked
fast, exce;itin;f potatoes, beans, peas,
tauiiiluwer a:id ulln-ia rt'iich cor.ti.a
Starch, t'ablae should be boiled rap
klly in plenty of water; so should
cnions, young beets and turnips.
Yon can prevent your pretty new
f in''',iams from fading If you let them
he for several hours In water In which
have been dissolved a goodly quantity
of salt. Tut the dress In It while It Is
hot, and after several hours wring It
out dry and wash as usual.
The Drettv woman fades with tne
roses on her cheeks and the (rlrlhood
that lasts an hour, the beautiful worn
an finds her fullness of bloom only , , , f v Wi.r-l-1.ir.ri 6tnrf rnnm nh enntk
i. - . l....ll.nllu (in lir I IIUVIII 7 IJUIXUd'Vll Vllt. u. I. n v v -
mucu a f '- - . . i o , 1.1T till.
andber power u then most irmisUbie ,jan street viherc lam now located J tan fct-ll poods encap
."..T, er than the cheapest having just put in the largi-Kt fetock
v.i. li. i,. ',. ..... iii. hni Lr nnr inuulu hvit liniiiL'lit to the tit v. (janOiinc KtOYt
uum vrj .. v". --- w - I - .- n v
to the soles or ttie leet is loroauuy
sponjed with cold water there will aot
be danger of taking cola itie com
water clows the pores naturally. They
are left open uuuaturally after warm
CoMvosruct but Important is the
S'.i7;restion: "IJe careful of Ore. rever
take risk by lighting Ere In stove or
jrnace not known to be ready and
ante. In liu:l-!ing or repairing seo iaai
the pipe holes In the chimney are tight
and well protected from lata and suing
by use of clay pots mode for tne pur
. , I t.rs.li
AT I 1 m. i
A Tartla's I'navuMabl Dalay.
Duiii.K A w iuiLitoria in the early days
of lust June a tree on tne tana of aior
timer Hamilton, in Jacklon county,
lad., was blown down, and In (ailing n
limb struck squarely across the back cf
a lurtte snspping turtle and forced It
down into the earth. A day or two
since the limb was cnt away and the
snapper, released from Its Imprisonment,
truJ'-i-d away, apparently uninjured
from iu prison, where it Lad lain Im
ninrably fixed without f jod cr watr fur
over four months. Oor. Chicago Trib
Tiie dump weather at Luncaster, Esn
rsned a jckii;eof 6,000 p UgesUin
to iMoomc clued ttrtther in a soh'l
block, m.-shiiig it nsxtiary to return
tboni to W'sthington.
VThi.n ieia Virtoria's head gardener
I'-.t l.-r S"-rvi :e r"-ent!y the qneen jn
si'ntHl Lim with a snperb silver tea erv
ica s a t' kin of tae m in which
the held him.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Littl CtrU Ihsuld Imatrrflsttlr Msks
Oss fr Cnmissn.
This Is made of two lesves of soft,
thin chamois, 3! Inches In diameter,
the ed;rea buttonholed with bright em-
broUlcry silk A small braaa ring.
audfumilurf fall kinda Bold on the inataiimeni plan.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full and Complete line of
I Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DHUtifiiSTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at nil Hour.
LM-i wUeltvf -A
L . LwleuiU ifVl A
Ti r4mr xr aO(
As :ilnl S.lt Mia.
Tiie niost rxtHiifive salt mine in the
world ia in Wk-iirxka, lieur CrcnW,
Anp-tro-Hunsry. For 8'JO years it has,
bca constantly worked, and from it
r,',,0'Xi tons of salt are anucaily taken.
The n...M of salt in It is ef t: mated to bo
IjO uilei lon, SO uilM broad and 1.S00
foet in depth. It coIlM'tive galleries
ure fully 0 uiihi in length, and ita
luwer levels contain sttcU and bousia,
making it a rctiiiiltte uiiderroui.4 Til
lagr. Yankee UJsde.
fastened at the top, is also worked over
with button-holla? Uy this it csn be
hun.T In si;'ht, bn-1 be always at hnd to
perform the work so arpronrlutcly es-
pressed In the motto aiirlied with Ink
to the outside of the wiper Orange
J add Farmer.
rillawa Da llonlila Duty.
A brMit woman l!vinf In one roora
with a folding bed makes one s t of pil
lows serve on a low. minufaetnred di
van, ru roverrd. as well as on the bed
biie had tli -in inatlo sounre and luree,
and brdny they are placed In slips of
plain satwn. snugly buttoned, while at
ulrht thv sru clml In snowy linen.
Tills may K' s suei.tlon to some other
wotnun similarly situated.
Uan'l haf tact Ilia Aula.
Nothing Is more discouraging to a
(rood housekeeper thun to mme to a
house with a neglected attic, where the
debris of all the previous hon.if keepers
has been allowed to eoltert. It is Im
possible toetilculate how much tlust and
unwholeaomeness drift down thrxwivh
the houe from cueh a ne.le.-tcd pot ss
tills. A if 'd housekeeper baa no suah
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A lor.j tented pain reliever.
Iti uie i almost universal ty the Housewife, the Fanner, the i
Stock Kaiser, and ty every one requiring a c2ectiv
Na c-ihir application compirci with it in eTir.t'-j.
This well-kiKjwn remcd lias stood the test cf years, almost
tso nicaii'.ine tlici.t is complcU without a bottle of IIcstako
0ccaii.r,3 imLsc for its use almost every day.
All drufits ami dealers havo H.
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