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WKKiaY HKKAU): PLATTSMOITII. XKlillASKA. a l 'X s)..
V" GETS ANOTHER SHOW.
Democrats Fail to Carry Out
the Threat to Elect Allen
SOLID VOTE TO THUh'STON
While Republicans are Caucusing In
dependents and Depccrats of
the House Meuld Laels a
Ij.NCui.N, 1'eb. i. - Koptiblieaii
inber. of tioth briitu lu's (if the
latino kit their scats yesterday
fO-ctioon t(i meet ill cations. This
action was (lci'iiicii lictvsiiry in nr.
chr to prepare lor the ballot on
U.jited Slates Senator. Jt was
tmuiln about by the tact that the
fiv democratic members, Mattes,
Jhocock, North, Withnell and Sin-
I' 'ax had threatenet!
t.-,iiri to Jixljjt' .
i uiilrepiillic;ins did
larbail threatened to throw the
I leu, provided
piioia'ans uni not vote tor a
democratic candidate, either Hoyd
or Norton. kYalizmy; the serrimis
nessi of the threat, republican held
1 1 a caucus, reuniting in n "middle of
the road" fetatnl. This detcrinina
s tion was conveyed to tlie live dicta
tors and the republicans voted lor
Thurston and the result was no
The action of republicans in the
caucus was mapped out after the
following communication from Mr.
Thurston was read:
Lincoln, Feb. 0, lS'.v.l -To the re
publican members of th? Nebraska
legislature injeonference assembled
About '.(o'clock yesterday evening
I was waited upon by Messrs. Howe
Watson mid McKesson of your
managing committee who informed
ine they were advised that 1hoe
democratic member who did not
vote for Allen on Saturday last, re
solved to do so today, and thereby
ecure his election unless enough
epublicaiis would agree to vote
vith the democrats to secure the
lection of James K. Hoyd, or J.
kwterling Morton. I stated to the
l committee that at this serious cri
Y sis of affairs it would, not do fgr the
I republican party' to net upon pro-
it was presented in writing and
signed by the members who pro-
jj posed it, thereby enabling, the re
publicans to make a record which
the party could stand on hereafter.
One hour hiter Messrs. Uabcock
North aud Withnell come to my
room and presented a declaration ill
writing which I herewith submit to
you ns follows:
"Lincoln. aNeii., Feb o. We, the
undersigned hereby announce and
declare our purpose to vote for V.
Y.Allen for United States senator,
on the first ballot Feb. 0. ISM, and
thereby secure Ins election unless
before the convpnin'r of the Joint
convention enough republicans
agree to assist in the selection of a
democrat; the republicans so agree
ing to name either James K. Hoyd
or J. Sterling Morton. (Signed) John
' iattees, John Sinclair, W. X. Hab
, .Tock. C. II. Withnell J. K. North."
I stated to these gentlemen in
substance, that I fully appreciated
the gravtivity ot the situation and
, the important character of- their
written proposition; that owing to
' theirpeculiar and delicate situation
in which I was placed as the candi
date of the republican party as sen
ator, it would not lie becoming for
me to express or intimate what my
own views might be concerning
) the -action which ought to betaken
' 9 by the republican party at this su
j preme crises. I said to them, "I
will consider it my duty to lay your
- communication before the republi
can conference which alone must
resume the responsibility ot action.
Later in the evening I was waited
upon by certain representatives of
the independent party, whose
names they asketl me not to dis
close; they informed me thi-y had
, heard of the general character of
t the proposition made by the demo
! crats and were there to assure me
that enough independents would
vote forjsouie other candidate than
r. Allen to prevent his election in
,ny event in today's joint conven
tion. I said to these gentlemen
'.that I did not believe the republi
cans would dare to act upon a prop
osition conveyed by word of mouth
that might or might not be kept at
the decisive moment, anil I stated
further in my judgment the repub
lican conference ought to have be
fore it in writing whatever propo
sition or agreement any of the in
dependents wished to make or
would stand by with their signa
tures attached. Since that time I
have heard nothing further from
these representatives of the inde
I now lay the entire matter before
you for your consideration and ac
tion: I have no suggestions to make
or advice to otfer. There are many
arguments which can be made
upon both sides and republican
action at this time should be the re
nt of thoughtful, patriotic and
onsc ien t ions deliberation.
So far a I am individually con
cerned, I have not and do not with
draw as a candidate. I feel that I
have no right to take auv step
which in is: lit embarrass republican
action, or in any in; nu t iulliience
republican decision. I aula repub
lican, in love with its glorious his
t ry and its unchangeable princi
ples. Its origin was in the iuun.ie
ul ite conception of divine justice,
and human hope. Its baptism
was in the blood of the brave,
i s cradle rocked to the roar
of the cannon and its heroes have
iinmortali.cd a thousand battle
lields where liberty aud humanity
triumphed; it set the stars of the
union in the azure of llag, aud its
statesmanship has won more for
civilisation and good government
than any other instrumentality has
accomplished in all the ages.
Whatever action is taken by you
will be satisfactory to me, aud will
receive my cordial support. The
devoted friendship and loyal sup
port given me in this contest is
more to me than any office in the
gift of the American people.
Whenever and wherever I can be of
service to the republican party, I
will be found ready to advocate its
principles and maiutaii. its cause
Kespect fully submitted.
John M. Tiii kston.
FROM THE WIRES.
Condensed Telegrams of Im
portant News From Dif
C ATHOLICS AMI 1'KOTESTANTS M KET.
Madrid. Feb. a -The excitement
caused among Koinan Catholics by
he opening of a protectant church
in this city several weeks ago still
threatens trouble. When the pro
testants announced four days ago
that they would meet in the 'wrttre
opposite the Jesuit ci',cff, the po
lice feared a con- ter demonstration
to the Catjioljc student riot in
When the protestatants assembled
today they found a strong force of
police in and about, and about 100
of their guards drawn up around
the college. During the services a
petard exploded a few yards from
the theater. The services were cut
shorthand the "congregation hur
ried in a panic from the theater.
Nothing has been ascertained as to
the identity of the persons who ex
ploded the petard.
kOl'MAM A X I'L'STl )M tt.
BlutAKEST, Feb. a. Iii accord
ance with Roumanian custom, the
weddings of thirty-two pleasant
couples, representing the thirty
two districts of K'oumania, were
celebrated today in the presence of
Prince Ferdinand and his bride
After the marriage ceremonies, the
couples drove in thirty-two car
riages, decorated with flowers, to
the royal palace, where a wedding
dinner was served. King Charles
gave a purse filled with gold to
every couple and Crown Prince
Ferdinand clicked glasses with
every bridegroom before drinking
with him. The crown prince and
his bride were received with en
thusiasm byjthe street crowds when
they drove from the church to the
HL'KLIxiTox, KAs., Fel). .I.-Thc
trial of Frank Lewis, one of the two
men who attempted to rob the bank
at Waverly, Kas., last week, was
Concluded here yesterday and late
last night the jury brought in a
verdict of guilty of murder in the
first degree, after beingout fourteen
hours, Judge Randolph at once
passed the death sentence upon
him. Lewis was the robber who
shot and killed A. P.- Ingleiiian,
which was plainly shown by the
evidence. He maintained a brazen
demeaner throughout the trial and
heard the death sentence pronoun
ced without moving a milted. He
will be taken to the penitentiary
Monday. The case against Win.
VaiiNormaii, the other robber, has
deen continued until the April term
I'kOTKKTKIl Ati.MNST IT.
SAX Fka.Ni 1st o, Feb. 0. -Colonel
Daily, the American commissioner
for King Teburieno of Hutaritari,
one of the ( iilbert Islands, has for
warded to the state department at
Washington a protest from the king
against the forcible seizure of his
islands by the British government
while negotiations were proceeding
with the t'nited States. He asked
for the protection of the I'nited
States or annexation.
Kansas City. Kas., Feb. . Bur
glars entered the house of Martin
Tucker, living at !W South Ninth
i street, last night, ami after ohloro-
forming Tucker ami his wife,
robbed the house. In making their
escape the burglars left the outside
door open. When Tucker and his
wife recovered consciousness this
morniug they found that their two
balnea, twins only five days old, had
been frozen to death.
THE SUNDAY SIDE.
Th world hits many a Joy to tfivc.
Many n toU n ul lialiu Hrul Hi.-,
Pf ri ti:u'f a..il ri'i-t fur tin- Inmlilt J tn-Ht
V. f I atiilly u;b-s.
Ami in il.it Win- mid dullnix urope along.
Lament iiu: cut Oie lijjit ilrnml.
Ti nt wi jlil mioh --J 1 1 : t- in did o omtt tx'Hin
T'.ihhIW tlmnli IiUmhi lliu Sunday ido.
Tin' wtt'kdiiy Uiml'li' nnd weekday toil
Like a dark i;ii:tM.ri ol.-( lire the way,
Atid the C"ii te love. n-. we daily prion.
Are cods of cht.
Hilt lielier t i.iiii. we may hope to reaeli.
If we M!..v tls" t. ;-' of a h tt' r yv.i h:
tor lie lite is i:n that do, not mnlaiii
A liltle hit .if the Si.daj ciilr.
The houses we t .11 1 It I unit fareveel
The roMly a lares of the cm.
And jewels i-.-M rule nod Imi.vmiiiis fair
May t'lure the t'. -i -1.
Hut it i.-i not home in I he mm rle-t sense,
If tlicdoorx and w iin'oi s so oi;i nnd wide.
And the heails 1 lint w ttnin t'a ir laneicn cin,
i jh 11 not 01a on llic Sunday sale.
Kor 'tis ul) a folly and all a a te
To -poad our lives, a . it n re. for liauflit.
The p'oil to slum ai 1! to have not 01m
And w hen Vr in t'a w orld 'tis our lot to dwell.
In rustic eottan' or hallsof inde.
There's 11 rhaniv. I'm sure, for us all to seeure
A little hit of the Sunday -iile.
- Josephine I Yiliard in la.dies' Hume Journal.
Tli lmvt liridK'' lio pi r's Heroism.
DnvkeT, wliili.'stationed at Ins post
of duty tit 1 1 io tlniwririilge aliovo the
Passaic river, heard the whistle of an
approaching express train. In his
haste to close tlicdraw, which he hud
oiieiit'd for a passing ship, lit; knocked
his six-year-old boy into tho river.
What should ho do f ttve his only hoy
or the trainloiid of passengers rushing
toward the open cluisnw What men
1 agony was involved intho choice I
othing but a high sense of moral
duty and with quick actum could
save tho passengers. As tho child
sank from his view Divcker swung
tho heavy draw into pluco and then
only did lie spring into tho river after
his child. It was too lato, but a train
crowded with passengers whirled
past in (safety nnd ignorant of tho
gatekeeper's heroism. Tin's seems to
mo tho Lravest net I ever personally
knew. Cor. Now York Press.
C'nrl's wool, used for padding
clothes, is an article of considerable
traffic in North China, and when
spring zephyrs take tho pluco of win
ter blasts the herdsmen of the pla
teau shear their camels by a process
which preserves the merit of extreme
simplicity, pulling out by rand what
ever has not been shed naturally.
Many anim ds are kept for the sole
purpose of yielding w ol, but the
amount obtainable ft m each is
singularly disproportioned to the
huge bulk of its producer. A heavy
fleece taken from a full grown camel
will seldom average over seven
pounds, while $8 is a high prico for
the picul of 1113 pounds. N. B. Den
nys in Century.
A l ittle Hear.
"Darling, don't you think little
Johnny reseinbl iu more and
more every dayi"
"Do you think so, dearest"
"Yes, love. If you notice you will
find that he always wants the best in
the house, and that he never does as
you want him to, and that lie is con
tinually overeating, and yesterday he
kissed the servant."
"That will do, Maria. "-Philadelphia
Why lliirtoli Conilliltteil SlileliU.
Burton, the vivacious author of
"The Anatomy of Melancholy," who
had the reputation of beintf able to
raise laughter in any cou.pany, how
ever "mute and mopish," was in real
ity constitutionally depressed, and it
is lx'lieved that he was at last so
overcome by his malady that he
ended his life in a fit of melancholy.
Dr. Charles WT. Pilgrim in Popular
A Slow Young Mn'i Trifling.
Miss Keedick (to her sister) Mr.
Linger has been coining to see ine
for several yeurs, so I told him that
if he had anything to say it was time
he said it.
Miss Margaret What was his re
ply? Miss Keedick The horrid thing
said he never was much of conversa
The Number! l ive huiI Ml.
Five occurs as the number of fin
gers and toes that, harnng accident,
all are supposed to possess, and also
the number of petals in many flowers.
For the claims of the number six to
special consideration we may turn to
the little busy Iwe and count thecells
of his wonderful honeycomb. Now
You cannot create a big business
in an hour. All the large houses iu
New York city were once little con
cerns. That is tho trouble with the
rising generation. Thev want to
commence at the top i.u'Tvad at the
He that marries is like the doge
who wasswediled to the Adriatic. He
knows not what there is in that
which ho marries; uiuyhuptreasures
ami pearls, mayhap monsters and
tempests await him. H. Heine.
Sacchini declared that he never
hail any moments of inspiration ex
cept when his two favorite cats were
sitting upon each shoulder.
It is stated that the percentage of
accidents since the Fort' bridge has
bwn ojH'neil has leen r than
while it w as Iwing made.
The moment a man finds out he
has been making a fool of himself he
has let 'Tied something valuable.
Wt.v Thotr.toot.'it IU. II. .le l liroiiKli it.
Tlioruh.i; i it t ie ibiioitis Norwegian
lamuita'.u. I as a li.de extending entirely
tliloll:;ll tt l:itn 'tie snle to the other
Aeeor.lii, i I a .orwf.;iaii legend tins
same Moni.t Tln't-:ii:tr,i'ii was nin e a hat
l.ll l lil'luM,;i I to ...le 'i'hiifi,'; hence tl'.t'
name Tluu what ten. It seems that in the
mythical ni'.cs h uaitit mid Riiuitess tell
violently in love Willi. aili other. Thrv
I were luivt l to part tor u lime, but
lo't s t 'i;jt the woiilil a;i'rv III lip'
near fiittive. Sni.n iif'ter. however, the
tickle woman di i ;eil her troth to an
other '1 las iin-oiTil In r giant i.yyer to
a decree lilikliown to liloileril men of
smaller stature lie was sev; iity miles
from her when the ell's brought the
news; but. i leel n g H gtiml itrr.iw. he
shot it in her ilirei i i. a
Now it liajipeiinl that her trot her.
Thorg, was Matnling in ilireel lineol'th
arrow's Ih-ht. It wont I hroti-h his hit
mill slaili, loiliii:; tiiin nisianlly. slid I "II
liarinless i;t the loot of the laithlrss
giantess. She had the power of tnriut.
fill objects into stniio, mul f'oi'thwiui
willed that her brut Iter's hat lcoiii a
stouo iiiiinui.ieiit to the tragedy. Tn
cruel lover was ttinieil to stone where
lie sat astride his horse m llestniainhi,
Ulld tho giantess fc.rse'f petrified at
Lecho. The two latter objects have ilit
appeared, bttt Thorg's hat (Thorgtiattoti)
is still the object of many curious pil
grimages. St. Louis Republic.
A Day In lied.
We tire naturally given to condemn
and despise the idea of remaining in bed
when our health is good and all our vi
tal forces in fair working order. Apart
from the matter of our nightly rest, we
rarely think of "a ilny in bed" cither as
preservative of health or conducive to
longevity. Yet 1 am convinced there is
much to ho said in favor of "a day in
bod" now and then, as an aid to health
in the iniddhi aged and as a measure
tending to prolong hfu in tho old.
In bed the whole luusctilar system is
ht ease and tho wtutr and tear of the
body is reduced to a minimum. The
processes of getting rid of waste matters
are in abeyance; thero is less waste to
get rid of , and lungs, skin ami kidneys
have a measure of ConjrstiTe 'repose.
The nervous system, ubovetdl. is soothed
and comforted by tho "day in bed."
Anxieties and worries disappear after
the rest, and tho individual returns to
the workaday world refreshed and ren
ovated, physically und mentally, in a
degree such us tho actions of no medi
cines could have nccomplinlied.
In a word, the person who enjoys "a
day in bed" is in tho position of an en
gine whose (ires are bunked down and
whoso energies are recruiting for the re
newal of the work of tomorrow. Health
Cost uf M!ksIhIiI SI:Hinluat.
Pictures of the .packets scarcely show
how unlike our boats these are, the dif
ference being in tho methods of work
manship. Each story is built merely of
sheathing, und in the best boats the
doors unti fanlights aro hung on without
frames srouud them all loose and thin,
as if they never encountered cold weather
or bad storms. All the boats that 1 saw
are as nearly alike in all respects as if
one man had built them. 1 was told that
the great packets cost only $70,000 to
$100,000, so thut the mere engine in a
first class Atlantic coast, river or sound
boat is seen to he of more value than
one of these lingo packets, and a prime
reason for the difference in construction
But 1 do uot mean to criticise, for
these great, comfortable vessels
their purpose where ours could iu
used at nil. and are altogether so nsei...
and appropriate as well as picturestpa'
and attractive to an eastern man that
there is not room in my mind for aught
than praise of them. Julian Ralph in
Many visitors to the Metropolitan Mu
seum of Art wonder at the apparent ab
sence of guard against theft and think
how easy it would be to rifle almost any
of the cases of their valuable contents.
Each of these cases in guarded, however,
by a small wire which connects with tho
otiice mul also with u large gong iu the
basement. Each of the cases in the room,
which contains the Moses-Lazarus col
lection of porcelain, miniatures and other
valuable objects is connected with these
electrical wires, so that if any person
should attempt to force open a lid the
signal would be given at once. Tha
same arrangement is made for the safety
of most of the other cases. New York
IMvlilini; I lie Swuif.
The prisoner was in the police court
for stealing a ptcketbook and u shyster
"Yon want a lawyer to defend you, I
suppose?" he said insinuatingly.
"I'd as kiiou have one as not," replied
the 'prisoner, "if it doesu't cost too
"Well, I'll only charge you ten dol
lars." "Thtiinleration!" exclaimed the pris
oner; "there Wiis only eleven dollars in
the iioeketliook, and you don't want
more than half of it, do you?" Detroit
M lint t'oiiHlitiite k W riter?
The quest ion now agitating the Writ
ers' club i this. What constitutes a
writer'? A certain lady recently demu ml -w'
admission to this club of literary
women on tie strength of having sent in
various tliiiis t" Punch. The venerable
jokist had rejected her efforts, it is said,
but til club olticei's were assured on th
writer's own authority that her articles
were infinitely superior to the things he
did print every week. Loudon Letter.
4 Ht ton OruKfliK In Siiiillirrn Kumiiit.
Cotton culture in South Itnssia, which
was initiated some time ago by the min
ister of imperial domains, is now giving
promising results. The earlier attempts
failed through the ignorance of the cul
tivators, but since the Kherson school of
agriculture took the matter up the prop
agation of American cotton seed bus
proved entirely successful. Loudon
A o i i:Os,"j U Af-.Df-.C'L.
How W Well Dressed Woiiihii See mi m I
Nrter lit lVcar llir s.noe (.own Tntic
At a lecept ion one guest was the
admired of a'l the men and the e;i
vied of nil the women. The latte.'
were in despair over her gown.
"It is of no use trying to discover
IiiTthv.sMn.iker." they said, "becau.se
ull her drosses tiro imported."
Tli: y talked about her always wear
ing ithcr white or given, and said
t-ho must have a fortune in those two
colors. Mio had taken to the einp'iv
styles particularly, and actually
ni'ViT Heei'u d to wear th same dress
twice,- mul they wero nil so lovely
too. Tle iv was the one she had on
then, u given satin with a s,ju;;iv
train that fell from between the
shoulders, utida white Josephiiicsl;p
Mted iiero-s the breast with n cord
of silver. The sleeves were enor
limits pus of green velvet. Ih v
blond hair und lovely skin completed
the pietuiv, and one woman wont so
far ;ts to whisper to her, "Oh, tin
wear this dress again; it is so lovely."
But she only looked mildly bored.
Of course i!l nattuvd things were
said, too - that her husband could nut
afford anything liko it, and all that.
So she remained u mystery, and to
night a lnoro lovely one than over.
Now for the other side tif it. She
never had but one dress at u time,
and if you had jumped at her sud
denly for u given gown she could not
have furnished it. ller wardrobe
consists of three or four great square
trains long enough to come from the
shoulders, if need be, and nil lined.
They are in satin, silk and velvet.
Some are white ami Homo green. All
tho greens will go together, by the
way. Then she has u lot of puffs for
sleeves, some-green and others white-.
She has any number up to live frocks
that aro made empire in one way
and another. Twohavotrainsenoiigh
of their own to go cither with or
without uuut-Lur ti-iiiu. Thcu 1,-,-t.i
off yards of ribbon, sash widths and
narrower. (she iirl,. embroidered
pieces of various kinds and Jgths
und widths. She lias u good deal or
old lace, u shawl or so her mother
had given her, somo lengths, and so
It is uot meant that she never has
a new dress. She liasabout as much
to spend tin her gowns us any ordi
nary woman, but not enough to
dress in the extraordinary way she
does unless by some extraordinary
means. Sho puts dresses together
piecemeal. They are pinned on and
sewed on as she stands in them, and
in no way can a dress be made to
look so much n part of the wearer. A
train is puckered narrow at tho waist
for one time and worn wide as a
cloak and from tho shoulders the
next time. Her maid is expert with
benzine anil pressing irons. She her
self is fertile of designs. Tho idea is
too good a one to lo allowed to re
main with just one woman. Nov
Xiirried All of Tlieni.
The first place in the list of those
who have married early and married
often must lie taken by Lady Eliza
beth Darcey, thodaughtcrof Thomas
Earl Ui vers, on account of tho curi
ous coincidence attending her imir
l'iages. Sho was wooetl by three
suitors at the same time, nod the
knights, as in chivalry bor.nl. were
diaiiosed to contest tho prize in tin
customary manner. Thi- lii bo
tereinptorily forbade, und 'i.-oiitiv ..
in a jocular manner, if tin I. .
putience, she would have t : hi ,.
three in their turn, and, wind i hium
remarkable, she literally fulwiied In.;
promise. First, she married Sir
tteorge Trenchard, of Wolvorton,
who left her a widow at sevt liteen ;
secondly, Sir John Gage, of Firle, and
thirdly, Willium Henry, of Hick
worth, the three original claimants
for her hand. All the Year Hound.
rloeily uf Klmlron.
(Jf course we all know that it would
bo an utter impossibility for storm
clouds to form and rain to fall were
it not for the 40 odd miles of atmos
phere that rises alxive our heads.
But supposing it were possible for
human liemgs to exist in an atmos
phere that only rose to a level with
their mouths, and that stormclouds
could form in the region outside such
a low grado atmosphere, then every
raindrop would prove as fatal to
earthly creatures as if it were a steel
bullet fired from a dynamite gun.
A I.'kiiihii' I'mver.
An old clergymau iu Maine, in a
Ul'V Season, exeltaugetl wnn u
brother from the seacoast. The con
gregation wus made up of men,
half farmers and half fishermen,
and the soil was sandy and lioor,
while his in the interior was fertile
aud rich. He om-ned his praveraa
follows, "O Lord, I have been asketl
to pray for rain, and 1 do so, but thou
know est, O Lord, what this soil needs
is dressing." New York World.
A Onli k Keplv.
The Duchess of Latiraguais, who
was somewhat given to making m
etry, could not think of a word to
rhyme with coiffe. Turning t Tal
leyrand, w ho chanced to lie by her
side, she said, "Prince, give me a
rhyme toeoiffe." "Impossible, duch
ess," replied Talleyrand without a
moment's dola y, "for that which per
tains to the iead of a woman hab
neither rhyme nor reason." Sa
t I'le mi el l:ii,ir bal-io;- powder.
I ! i : lies I ul ,ii b o vent i g
?-1 r 1 1 v't ' ' l aic-t I ' i; i t I Stjift s
food r. oi t .
b'liY . IllhlV ' 'i', ! -1 Is Co.,
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JULIUS : PEPPER8URG,
M.i: -.fn. t .r, : ,.,' ,,o.! Waot.-ule
a ' -' i !.' -Hi: In a', r in the
Choicest Brands of Cigars.
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I. V, t s 1 s i t ( H.
PLAl I'-MOIJ I H, Nt BHASK
'iOl.ll ANli I'olM I'.l.AIN I hwtV'Ns ...
I'.iijge viork und t in cold werk tt
J'i.MIKINAl'H LK i, u.-il v other i
m? In; ic'ir vfi f"ti "i r I'tjici'i fi'rnt'Mou
'. MAU-'I Vt.I f tc. rbl
l-'n l-fi- n .r Trndfc.
lluive.i line (orot . In" acres, ii'v nill.-4
m i :t I it-u-1 of t iieil.i idye, Pi.i'nti loiiiit y,
eti., 'i miie from s, iMlsP, church
and Sntiiliiv -i liool, in one of the I e t
neltililioi lioods in the Miile. .Improve
ment", ii lure frame house of h! rooms
mid luiulrv. stable, wi ll mol w itiilmill, l'ttl
acres under rultivtttioit ami kooiI crops,
t ill trade for Cu county, land without
hnildiiiK. Tit If i,ooi!, )rice W.fitJO iidilri"
S. K. IIAI.I..
I'bittsimiiit h. NctiriiHkii.
Land to Lease.
To the riulit party we will leso-e
our section of land for a term of
years, (oiod choline tor man with
plenty of help of hi own. Will as
sist tenant tti Mock the farm. Ap
ply to 'K. O. Ilovey A Son, I'li.tts
Sweetheart s Face
that's my wife's you know wears
a cheerful, life-is-worth-livinn expres
sion, ever since 1 presented her a box cr
She is always recommending Kirk's
soaps to her friends says she is
through with experiments has just
what she needed to make labor easy,
and ensure perfectly clean clothes.
She knows what she's talking about
don't forget it.
JA5. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
Dusky Diamond TarSoap JXtt&tiSU,
IS ONC O THI
INQ Wttl AS
ONC or TMl MOST
IMC ftPEtDILV, COMKlf-TtlV (NO KAMA-
NCNTIY COHC SYPHILID. S wLLL A
EFFECTS OF EARLY VICE
NO ALL WCHNC9BE AND DISEASES Of A
PRIVATE, DELICATE OR SEXUAL NATURE.
110 Smith Hth wtrt'cl, Hiiutlii'iixt cor.
Mtli anil IioiikIiih t-trt't't.
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