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The Scmi-VJccKly News-Herald
PUBLISHED V.''.Df:!:'J''AV'.i AND OATUF1HAYS
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T,,p LftKGEST CIRCULATION
rl nv ( Cuii1y Paper.
Tin: ii.i:i a' ii"i - :i '
will l' (il lii il ! ! i' .
yot.s td' r 11 alias In- i. n
htj Iki I -- i i'Ji in;:
.1 i u i i i :i
:,ii i-i in.
Tllli 1: M.:I'"it - 1 1 :i ' ii ii ! i i
A Slrn i:--i :i ; -in i ' n I. Ii-imi-i1
Nnw Yt' k to i ( i''l A r::'i i i ri'S
lid in : ii t r t 'i ii. I 1 iii - i
on ti'U'niiii ! ;f Sta a ; -.' '' !iMn-.--. ft
pohii ion ho !i:iii:' v - f i iiiin'r-t-der
i i car
i i 'IH'
K K. I. N y. hna a I i:i.-t at ranv'l th.;
cui-i: iiill;ruil.,' rf'j that, v. a 1 1 retain
the en'.t'ii mill, her ehi.-f iinl n.-try.
Tin) in 1 1, li n always l.eei: a -n-
tho only lioulilen on I. et i a i with it
ha vine r:sm iroui ini.-'umlert I.-hhI.ii;-about,
till) water power - !'. .
Til I. .-'!' iiia ' 'l i have
much al.oat "hi hi a 1 1, "
prayliitf fr iiinrie:
SatJl'-.oii ami Schley.
Iiera cal. 't inn l.i the.
blli-, !l"l'( 1 a HliH elill
Ovl ii '. e ei h,,ji f
1 1 1 1 1 t I i ii ;r -o
a'.'l are i:mv
in- 1 ' tackle
-. -.h .:!-
V; J- t' ..(! -
'1 M I". I'liiii i'i t of lie ia,v
ho iiste.iieU i.i'i'i Aui' iica
tliow;r with'ui! their l. i
; - r .t w I
i :-e. 1 nd we
t will end it in ou" oii : en '. time, vhen
tho ui je 'is foiiy lit for iftv 1 c." ii . uliy
attained. If the pm . an ("iii-i:
SjllXii: lo li'JI l elliJe " t"i-y IhU.V '.ti.! tie
war, but they i.' !. do it ni any
ether u u .
A NK'..' party ii.c- In en yi eani.'.-.al in
Oil t), coiiipesed o! live luintuity p i-
tlOS, lis fol ;iiV.-: The ji-eple-, the so
cial, the ill)' r!y, ill" lice -dUct lit i
the lieero ft oleci iv l. A.l et l name
liavo iieo i drui.'p -d, ami liovpirly will
bo kaown a liie I nem le form 1 'arty.
For h p'alfori.i 1 1 H a erne lir.t ot
ei 't-'V..; it'cj. '.. .
: Ti:i: e .vcr.wn- !.t ii i. ivun ul the
iaio.ai;. ii-ilii.: ::7,M ti are on
tho wat.;r :i i : lv .. Ij'.-'J 1j
what po.ni . . . ; . i, - a- a
litiitlii e pla- e i- . - t ! - "'Hj" U:it
From tlie wm n o. . ; -;-. - :lo .t It
would !otK as i; .i:i: .; --a.-- : le
tina i i on. T . . . . . r- : ; . ' i i a !.
point by Su i: :V la i: : . ! ' t ' .. '
Si rut.iy ii iii v im . y 1 . . .-.
11 l-eiliam- io 1 1 ' .-i '
off t he h- ie it .-, i : : li.
Uoltjv. t.oi. li-v.-n or i i :. ;..!. .i-i
who have w-itel ed lie- e-.n ej- th' se
three e"!d;etnen aie p.. iiive
that Colby is the Iran v. mf i . 1 -li'-tl
tho proa test honors oa hi- :-t-te-. (
by is not only one of ti.e i -s' ia wyors
in tho state init lie is al- a a soldier of
expo.ienei ?ti )e. r;.i'. w . r ; ml has
had tome ox j riei.. i ,i' 1 a ,i i in cam
Mnii of tia stu;T i-.M-.i as w a r
news is a cheap, si r: (d rot tl.a: can ho
of i:o l; )S-i'.;).e i:":teri'- ! lo i'r!ii"' ii le.tl
ers. A dtspa'cli in lb: - moriaiu-;'.- pa
persuys: 'rin1 Dolphin has arrived at
Mole i-i. NieLolaf aiel iired a salute ol
17 guns."' What if it b: Wi.o cares?
And what dilTorcnte di
.: uns or
: ra il a 'i
whether it iiiv.i a sain
G gun?, or no sulu'.e at
, i '
correspondents- s?eai f h.t
ted from the position ol -par.
and eveiythine to till up : m-
The rcj'ub.ican e..in.- in e:.i n,
where the 'ain.aieo was foajli' en
the eoiitid money issue, are pheti-uni-nal.
From majority i;. 'ad. the
republicans have o or 10. a, n uiueatv
in "VS. t)ne co.ieia -iia'.i., w ho- e ma
jority was on.y a few h an 1:
increases bis lead by Vo
Other co ter et-sir.a i has t .-.ir;
a mnjority. The lefts'.;? tor
wheln:inely rt'pn'alu-..a. i;;,,
a eaia of one U. S. si-na i-.i .
ver, tiat namoy i--vo -eem. i
Is OV'tM -i
!i -a n ;r
' i " 'i . - i 1 -
. , -1 .
Tl:K senate h . v -it d to fin ? !.. -il-ver
s-eiei.Kvnjc in tb-.- tt.i-iay to
provide funds ft. i Jul.ii;. paiu. The
seienioraeo is the u . utitj- im bu'lior.
in tho tivasiny ;t id-, tl by tli"
differoueo ! ot wtett 'a; v-ti ;iit ti thi
silver in the silver .loitar t tdni-d a:..;
the a mou u'. oi t tr iiv c p'-: io I ;i;t t! by
the issuance ol i!. .t-ri; notes; in oth
er words, the diiTorem-. boiw- en t he
coiaee value ai d t in- icai -. alue.
Since tho pur hao of lid - '.a'.in.a:, -a!
vor has ereatiy d.. p reel a ted ai.d the
money issued on it tie. re tore i; u ird
ed by much b-r-s s-.eu - it li-.a'i it was
at the boeiunii e. ! - a tiai'e like
this will not sta'.;t a -ii -. r-i oi at.
There is aiiaviay too :m. b i ;i ; ri n-ie
value in our uvaney to -ait tie- inila
tionits, lialists ana i.e i',i-!-,i i .'tr-;,- pol
iticians. The i:-irer t h y t in ap
proach to Jin '.inlim i' -! i-.-ne of an ir
redeein tbi n cut rea-'y ti.a hup; a- r the."
become. Bat tn-ve are ti.iitty f-v.-of
them who, when t .-... i;a!.c-y
on horses"or ealflo er :t ' a, it do
not absolutely arid oniphat '' i.-ia-e
to permit tho mtirta'- to t 1 arc
the security and we.-.io a the .a:a-'of
the mortaee by t-elline ;; a o t. of
the pioport- pledeo'l. 'il.f- one i
polities; the othe- is busim .- . -I're-mont
I ti 1' OKT.l .IT ION AMI IH'IMO.V",
('iiclu Sam ami John Itnll Imvo
(,'I'IHVII lllito I'hllllllllV of lull).
'I lie late. -it Spanish victory oicu rriai
whon tin) M e rce-il'rt wa blink, it.--. !
tain Killed jiii'l the Vi.oaya .v riow-.ly
1 ; i r i : i I l.y a shell, vvhi! tho Aun'ii-i-an
-iiii. u e re en t i rel i ii i ri j i ! .
Tin- following i ni Mrt a n t. in forma
tion i-i tMalitttl to a larnii r in -in ex
change: "'I'.voi.y .ear i l.ear of cater
nil.t.r.s letit roj i ne whole orchards,
Theie niithine ' a.-y' to ilir-pose of.
t hero a hole ill tho tiei; ilei; t'llOlieh
lo reach tlie sap, lii! it with sulphur
ami pine it up. The t-a p takes the
sulphur in every tvvie ami the citer
pillers 'i.-apno ir at onr:e. I have Mov
er known a tree to lie irjiiual hv it,
ami latvt n-i'd it lor i ars.'"
(.'apt. 'asey has Miccijudoil Uevvey as
u coiiiiiiodore,. 'lio has not heard of
(I.lfSey, he. ouht to he with S.iniison
at Saiiti I'; a.
Seniilnr tjnay is still I j of thu
Koystone state, but there, arc mo many
repulil i a as tired of l.,hisia that a
ilnnioeralic eovc.rnor may he elected
as a rel.i.i ke i o h in:.
The i re e on i lectinu aceordine to
returns received, lias eono ropuhliean
w itn ;i repulilican legislature. If the
ne:ie itioiis aie. correctly i n tet j ir.it cd
the re:,uit will he to lill the sniiatiiri.il
vacancy t hat occurred inrmi of the
lack o' a majority lor anyhody in tho
ins' legislature with a i'l'uiihl icnu.
The l'l'eiich noopl : silliL t ln'N
dillWe.i llJUch : ', 1I1I llliV for .'ipaiii,
;i.;:d a n i lin ) i t toward 1 1 j i e.ejntry,
lie left-ri-!'. to n.i.v a-, "fr.i-i. .-tiers :'
vil! oratt- at th
hi arka tl.a v. lie
aau out.1 rco .ih! tcan
ri ; i t i i m on "'e,-
Old i .it io - ' i I to
lu'i'ii t-ii ifi
The 1 )mah i ex p )i t :t ia took in over
I2.MM tho llrst day. At the it Jiicaeo
Worlds Fair the. pi'n -e account for
the month of Juno was 1 ir;'.:r!han the
income. The. outlook feu a financial
...uceos., jit Omaha i- very brieht. The
jhiiw is in every Way siiperiol to
Na-hille or Atlanta.
Trur Salem Nebraska Intel State
Chanlauijua promises to bo the best of
all western chautaui Has this year and
will lie heM at their beautiful rounds
Kily d ' to .ueu-t 7. The. corps of lec
turers and teachers ir. the beat obtain able
and comprise-, many names of
National reputation. Their cataloeuo
is in, i. ou!.
ONI. hie crop lor Nebraska is al
ready assured and that is the bay crop
whether it rains any more oi not.
With hay .-elline for illO per ton in
'aiifornia, Nebraskans nuulit to con
tinue to rcali.e eool prices.
senator Justin Morrill, it is said, is
now the oldest livine l'aielisb r peak
in f state sman. since the death of
A Falls City democratic sheet has
discovered that Dave Mercer is an
awfully poor, in fact, worthless, rep-
resei t iti ve in coneress. Such hide
bound partisans as the Falls City man
makes the nvoraeo citi.en tirod. The
fact that Mercer has been re-nomina-tud
unanimously for a fourth term in
the most popular disLtiel in the state
eives the lie lo such kickers hi effect
ually that it would seem they would
have the common decency to keep
Dr. lleoree L. Miller, of Omaha,
vrii.es a little note to tho Journal say
inu; that tho reference to the desires
of some Omaha republicans to have
him nominated a-j the anti-fusion and
republican candidate for eovornor this
year set pepple to talkineof him us an
aspirant and he wishes to say that he
ceuid not seive the state even if he
were nominated and elected eovornor
by unanimous voice. lie expresses
: he desi'-o t hat tha republicans ami
eold dem-M-rats :-liou'.d work together
ami sueevsfr that a man '' with a long
ami t rone r coi il as a repui.d.c.iii and
t soldier ot approveil if net of oistin
cuislie.l service'' wi I till the bill.
Tho dector'a ? u.-.ee? I 'Oti is an e.i;oi Ion I
Olie. St.a 'e .1 pU!'n;.l.
(iiiC al iil.i.ac .-eems ii 'i- the
nost hopeful ucir-ieii.-iii we Lav.; ev
er hefcial of When im forts crumble
bene.ith , lie t'.reot . iiieri ca : wa.i-ships
he rep u ts them at home n- i nly
si i; ht ly ti. imaged . a:ei when th-.! ves
sels move away after si'u-.iieine aii the
be ha -t-.-ns lo his e.il!e ana wires
it in that the A m-aa-.-a us war.- re-pui-a-.i
and com pel le .1 to retire, lllan
fii ni'.tl never su.'T -r ui the future so
Ioiil: a.s the people love romantic fic
tion. -! .; aco! it N .. -.
Win. llawke of Nebraska City won't
bo a II iwke iuui:li l-.-ner, he will be a
plucke-1 piireon tho next tinieht takes
an inventory, two attorneys havine
s.jed him for lt',0 io attorney foes.
Dr. ! at war J (1. Watson of Friend and
Mis O.ivo Latta wi re married last
evening at the First Presbyterian
chinch tiefore a laree and f ishionnble
audience of friends, Kev. W. M. Iliml
man jierformiue the ceremony. The
church was bo'au t i I u 1 1 y decor ate 1 with
roses and sinilax. A sextet ol leading
sineers in tho city sane tho wedding
march from "Lohcnyriii." Tho youne
ladies of Kappa Alpha Theta a.'ted as
b. hit: -maitls. After the wedding an la
fiirinal reception was e'v'" tbo
britlal Jiarty al tho home of Dr. LaVtii.
Mr. ami Mrs. Watson left at HTo p.
in. fo' (Jhieaeo and tho east. Sta'e
Tht) county fair has been uli'ied as
a pr l vat e snap a er" at many ti iae-,,ii d
this year starts mt in a Wfy to pro e
that it will bo no exception to the
rule. The premium list which inieht
be a source of profit to the sue : ty ha'
been eiven out without any competi
tion whatever to piea.se tin- whim of
the secretary. The rake olT is evident
ly something nice.
(ioneral Colby will be hone, this
week and Iloatrico svill eive tho brig
adier a warm reception. He is the
only eeftcral selected from Nebra ka
and his town can not do herself ei '' iter
honor than to eive him a rousine reception.
It Will l. llt'ltl In l.iiK-oln, V. -In. -tl.iy,
. tin nst a.
Tho republican convtintion for the
First congressional ilistrict will be
held in Linoon, Wednesday, August
!, at S p. m. This was the decisioa of
the ilistrict ctjininitteo which mot last
nieht at the landell hotel. There
wore present Chairman II. M. IJush
nell, Lincoln; lohn A. Da vies, l'latts
mouth; S. W. Me(Jrow, Auburn;!;. W.
Marshall, Falls City; A. K Ha-sl. r,
1 'awnoo t'iiy; 1. A. Hruml iee, Tecum-
seh; Web IOatuu, Lincoln. The only
member absent was Frank F lle'.vov
of Nebraska City.
Tho representation ia the conven
tion will bo bas al on the vet" cast for
Coneri5ssm.in Strode, one delegate be-
ine allowed for each loo voles or ma
jor fraction. This will make a con
vention of 171i deieeates. The vote
in the various counties ea-t
Coiieiv)m:in Strode is a- follows:
Cass, U.diiS, .Johnson. 1 , . ' V1-; Lancaster.
(J.I 11; Nemaha, 1,111, Otoe, l!. ''-: Paw
nee.. 1,407; ltiehardson, ll.L'-iu The
number of deleeat-es to which each
county is entitled is a.- i'-ilow.- . Cass,
l!'i; Johnson, 11: L:uit;aster, hi: Nema
ha, 1 I; Otoe. Ll-J; I'awnee, 11. and Kich
. St'l'ltltlS l.ttN.
A man named Jones has been
camped next to the bluff on a lcde i f
land about half a mile, below the
brideo for the last two weeks, lie had
spent his time lishine and moiia-tcd no
one. Yesterday whiie out in his rout
lisdiine some vandal set lire to his tent
ami totally destroyed it, toeother with
a sack of Hour, cookine uten i..-, clothing-,
two fish seines, e'tn and in I .id
almost everythiue th poor man lias
in tho woriii. He wets va;'ine for a
north wind expectine lu ep on down
the river. There wais no reason why
anyone should boar the man an ill will
as ho and his two does never nede-tod
anv one and it is lo be hopi.d that the
scoundrel tv hu committed tin- coward
ly act may bo brought to ju-tioe.
The mem tiers of company 11, third
rudiment of Nebraska voiuniei r- wa nt
to Woepine Water '1'uestl.av, where
an election of ollicei s was had. Frank
Moreau resided at the meclii.e and
tieoreo Sheldon of NVhawka was
elected captain, Oscar Aik-n ef Wa
bash, first lieutenant and C. A. 1 la wis
of this city second lieutenant. Tne
boys expect to be examined and mus
tered into the service tlie latter part
of this week or tho In st of next week.
They will have little opportunity to
drill until tho.v arc mustered in as the
company is so badly scattered over the
Thirty-live years make a eneration.
That is how lone Adolph Fisher, of
Zanesv.ille, O. , suffered from piles,
lie was cured by usine three boxes of
Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. F G.
Fricko it Co.
The Iltx U Island Couim to Tiiio-
Tho county commissioners have for
some time threatened suit aeainst the
Kock Island 11. II. company for maiti
taine a death trap in tin: shape of n
crossing near Murdock. The road has
finally come lo time, and will build a
stone underground crossing at this
point. The board will meet the chief
engineer al Murdock next week" and
agree ou the details of the mailer.
liivf the ClOltlreii a llrinU
callol Grain-O. It is a ueiic ous,
putizing, nourishing food drink
take the place of colic . Sold t v
erocers ana liked by all who have used
it because when properly prepared it
tastes like the line t coffee but is free
from all its injurious properties.
Grain-O aids digestion ami siren 1 hen
the nerves. It is not a stimulant but a
health builder, and children, as well
as adults- can drink it with -groat
benefit. Cos ts about om-.-lt. ai ; h as
much a5 coffee. 15 and ' V.
A ll.ol limit.
Frank I lei: for, w ho works ;it the
shops dtageeda rod hoi iron aero.-s
his foot last Melniay. wi.ieh t urned
through his shoe and look the nail
ana some cuticle t il his great toe,
making a very painful wound. He
wears a shoe now with plenty i f ven
tilation by having the f roii t i. n ! cut
Electric Hitter is a medieiae ulted
for any setson, but pirhaps more gen
erally needed when the languid, ex
hausted feeling prev'.ii.-, ecu the
liver i torpid ami sdugei-h and the
need of a tonic and al'erai i o is felt.
A prompt Use of this medicine has
often abated long and perhaps fa'al
bilious fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting ami free
ing the system frtm the malar;al
poison. Headache, Indigestion, I'ms
stipatioti. Di..iness, yield to Fleetrie
llittors. Fifty cents and cl bottles at
F. G. Fricko 'a drug store. 1
FttOW THE VVAfl CENTER.
N!ti.lli Ship lo lie llmtruyt'il utid Saul lajjo
l)i fcm i-n St micl lirio-U Ciihii to le
liivHiliil Nril Stiiitlity
Ki:v W 1st, Junes From a Cuban
sucree one s tho now -, that lervr has j
bet u ordered to d isinn n t 1 e a n J, if ncc-!
o-sary, destroy h is sinal les t sh i ps.
The ;'ui;i aie to b' placed ou new
fort i li'-a t Ion bei ng e'ttled on the
land side of Santiago, and will bo'
nr.inuou i.y inn sliips i'ihihhin. i
Wash I Mil i, June 7 - Orders ivero
issued today to iitusler in the. Thinl
reeiment, Nebraska volunteer infant
ry, Colonel William .1 D yan. com
maml i n g.
Set -ret. ary Alger slates tro.-ps at
Tamil i are embark i ng amt will -su i 1
forSantiteo tnmorrow or Thursday,
.arriving in 'uhti on Sunday.
Nk'W V(ii:K,Juut!)j. A -pueialfrom
Kingston. Jamaica, reports that the
Spanish cruiser Vi.cava and the tor
pedo boat destroyer Furor iti-ro biitlly
damaged tlurinethe biimbardmt'ut of
Santiago's defenses ou Monday. A
shell from the llrooklyn is said to
have burst on the i.taiya's port
quarter, dismountine a j:un, injuring
the crui.-er's rudder ami wounding
several of her sailors.
A telegram from Ke, West says
thiee erui.-er.- and a torpedo boat have
sighted off the coast of ('uba and aie
supposed to be lying in wait for the
transports loaded with -old i. as.
A message from St Thoma- says
t he jiovoruor of I'orte I'.ico ' hrew 1 be
llriti.-b N'ice Cor.sal ia .ai. a.a.: kept
him t here for oil htm i s
Will Sunn .loin t ie
The Third leatuic.nl
lliusle.-ed into tile servit
W As.ll i t ; 1 ( i., .' net!
to m itte- in the 'I'll . : 1 1
iment, t '..lone! 1 5 .i :
was :ssu ! from i be v -today,
tut no p. i.e- wa -the
reiidc.vous. i t is
Lincoln will pull oil toe.
not h ine tied n it -j has be,
in t he ot t h r to in us! ej-n-i
a pi cr i utiona -y me
the "statutes of Ncbr;i-K
St a: k is authority for
.A i-1 t .
(I -! ii d
a i -1 1 : 1 lll
a i - i t g i rded
i-u- lo over
i . a u ! ibnel
: iia st a t.i-meti t
that t he Third will b.- recognized as
of tho National Guard in Nebraska in
ordor that a quorum in tht; miiif.ity
board may bo pres-.mt in
tho state to ie in a po-i-tion
to .accept fi nm tho Naii.nal
goveiuimeni Nel.iiMskiFs nropi.rtdm of
the aipropriation voted to 'the. Nation
al euartl, which is about Mi.tKni.
Unaer pres -nt eonditiens there is no
(ptorum of the military board of Ne
braska present in the stale, both
First and Second rot' i mollis wii.ii com
missioa'd oilicers hiving bet n given
honorable discharges to enter the
service of the United States. There
fore tho Third Nebraska tails heir to
the picking enjoy eil by ine Firt and
Second NebrasKa, aud when the Third
Nebraska iswidl on its. way to the
Philippines or Cub. 4, the Fourth Ne
braska will be mustered into the Na
tional Guard of the stale with Major
Thatideus S. Clarksoii, the i umored
reason for distingnishine C!a kson
being that he was once national o.mi
mamier of the Grand Army of the
K ;pub: ie. Under Nebraska statutes
the military hoard ooasi -t.., of lie; ad
jutant general, the brigadier general,
two colonels commanding and judge
ad vocat- general . '
L x ol.N, June 7.- - ecial Tele
gram.) ( lovermar Hob , mb rc-a ived
pri va te ad v ices from a-h i n o I on to
day that an order would b issued io
night c.illing; for tho mobilization of
the Third regiiii. lit. General LJarry
said this evonirg that il.e new regi
ment could be ready to enter tLo ser
vice in tn tlavs.
A Warm 1' ri-iiti.
Foley's Colic (aire is very hot, but
when diluted it is a warm friend in
deed to those suffering from bowel
complaints. It. never fails. -) and
50c. Smith .v l'a:mele ued F. G.
l.jsl it l.'-ilt
llemaining uncalled fo:
Otlico at I'lattsinoullc J
B'ack, Mr. I...k Iti.eb
Ma in. ii-s An:. '
Rat in .ad, A. I-i. '. . :
W hen ca 1 1 1 u g tor t. y
il the post
1 i ..-ia...!
lie 1 1 ... v .
let!..-, - : 1. a-e -a v
" .It.- : ,
T 't:' .- ii n ; . u t s -As
an bo .. st. cost f, v. I-'
anil T;i. it. t-s u ot no c a :
in mi v i. ( - s a ,
chiim- o g,e it in ; i a
the v.-ry worsi c s --. ; .1
st:ier's ' 1 t-lTee' a
Ln an ! and F. ( ; V c. - ,
- 'fo l
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e i f
The 11,-w -i t h 'e ej ; - : 1 a ! ie
have isU' i ad va . a -. ! 'h
program of Hum. ,a--t -,, . ;.. i hoi-.
at L i e n p 1 1 k . :!;, a A a j ust, The
Cre'eC.U lI'Muqua Will a i oe hui j 1 h i S
year on account of the - x p osi t ion.
I! :i klf.i'i. rm.-rt sln-.
The ':...-: s-t,;v- in tne .v.jrid for cuts,
burns, m)i c.-, ulcers, s.i.t rhcjai, fe
ver sort -, tetter, eh .; j. ; a a ., -, chil-bla:"-,
pens, t-.rd all skin eruptions,
mil positively cures pi es, i.r no ny
required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect sr. tisf-ctkui or rr.ocej" refunded.
Price tla t'etits per box. For et'e by
F. G. Ft i eke
Tho U. V. Matheits r. sa eae : I he
corner of Vine and Four.h s'reets was
sold yesterday t M .-; v . .V. i'e er
S m, Mr. .mil M -. iVlto-3 a. .-. i'. e
tinue tn occupy the piem'.s. s. ana he
sidi s ru iiiing a lt.,n d i ng l.o..s. ihey
will open an ice ciui.ri p.. i lur.
TI1IH AMI THAT.
Children ike it. it mav s t oir livei.
Wo mean Ono Minuto Ceuh Cure,
tho infallib'o remedy f r coughs,
colds, croup, bronchitis, g'ippe, and
nil throat and lung troubles. F. G.
Fricko & Cat.
Grand Chancellor II. M. IJoydston
of the Knights of Pythias has desig
nated Suaday, Juno 12, as I'ythirn
memorial day. Plattsmou : h lodge
will observe tho day by holding me
morial service at the cemetery
It is a great leap from the old fash
ioned doses of blue-mans and nauseous
physics to the pleasant little pills
known as Do Witt's Little Early Risers.
They euro constipation, sick headache
and biliousness. F. G. Fricko it Co.
There was considerable excitement
yestoiday afternoon at Union by a
man attempt irv to bold up a farmer
just west of town after ho had sold a
load of grain. A pos-e went in search
of thu tramp but he made his es-apo
on a pissing fi eight train. Nebraska
I desiro to attest to the merits of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as one
of the rno-t valuable and cmcieut
prepaiations on tho market. It broke
an exceedingly dangerous cough for
me in 111 hours, and in gratitude there
for, I desire to inform you that I will
never bo without it and you should feel
proud of the high esteem in which
your Remedies are held dy people in
general. It is tho ono remedy among
ten thousand. Success to it. O. R.
DoWNKY, Hditor Democrat, Albion,
I nd.. For sale by all druggists.
Leal Haehler left his home without
my consent and information us to hiB
present whereabouts would be gladly
received by me, his father. He is
seventeen years of age, small, of light
complexion, wore tan shoes, sharp
pointed ; orange co'ored hat.
Hknky P.a iii.kk,
A man stands no chance of being
sdected to the mayorship of a city unless
he enjoys tho confidence and esteem of
h is roig hbors. Geo. W. Humphrey is
the popular mayor of Swanton, Ohio,
and under date of Jan. 17, 1WM', ho
writes a.s follows: "This is to certify
to our appreciation of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. My family and
neighbors have tested it, and we
know it is an excellent remedy for
coughs and colds. Gkokuk W.
Humphrey," Sold by all druggists.
Remember the Maine, but. don't for
get that Devoe's mixed paint is tho
best on earth. Sold by Gering & Co.
As a good thing ought to be in bottler
And scaled medicinally pure and ripe
with age and mellow. Our name on
label over the cork. It's there because
it protects your interests as well as ours.
. I WUISfflCC
Grocers, Licensed Dealers, everywhere.
TRADE SUPPLIED BY
Annual Sales over 6,000,000 Boxes
FOR BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS
such as "Wind and Tain in tho Stomach.
Giddiness, 1'uluess after meals. Head
ache, Dizziness, Drowsiness. Flushing
of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Costiveness.
Blotches on the Skin. Cold Chills, Dis
turbed Sleep. Frightful Dreams and all
KervouB and Trembling Sensations.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF
IN TWENTY MINUTES. Every sufferer
R ill acknowledge them to be
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
BEECnAM'S PILLS, taken as direct
ed, will quickly restore Females to com
plete health. They promptly removo
obstructions or irregularities of the sys
tem aud cure (sick Headache. For a
IN MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN
Beecham's Pills are
Without a Rival
And have the
of any Patent Medicine In the World.
25c. at all Drag Stores.
. Jotary Motion and
V H EVER' lL rPlZ I
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j . INCUBATOR ft BBOODtD Ctt
.7.1 ! ni.yuiii ILL.UOIt. Ki
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EGG Om GIVEN tiMAY
To Every Purchaser of Ton Dollars' Worth
of Merchandise? from
The Leaditiir Clothier.
You can hardiy afford to miss this chance.
If you have never bought anything from
MORGAN, now is a very ftond time io j;pI
You do not have lo buy thai amount at
one time. We furnish you a ticket and when
that is punched full, you j;ct th': case
We have a very strong line of Clothim
FRANK d. MORGAN,
No Cheap Goods
N11 -htul.iy vvai't-, '.viii.jh tt; ,ti-.- m.i ik 1 itr
"SpOOIill L-V I'lit'tJ-." f U:ivi 'ii-fJIl in tin- in. r. i a ' 1 li l.a il,ir.-h III
l'lnttr-moulh fur tliu n;i-i. nv-fii v-elyht ,.Jiir an.! I . v . . i il li 1 1 : 1 it
ropnMtlion for. . . .
The Best Goods at the..
..Lowest Possible Prices.
Til is is our m:tto, oa ' in va-ai ii
rule, nnd we tin not t.rac 1 t
(Impart f om i 1 no x () 1 H '.r : a
tllCk i-s lr an i 1:1 - (.a)
)) i.'k' 'his ci ' r th a c".
y.-Q 0' V !S i !-'l.a'i ;
ni"ul:. i r t'i 'Hhr it;.. ' li ;ifi
(Jilt" br.i.. 1 j.ripi: ivnuu -S t n: k -iriRS.
Come in and sco us ni:i wt:
wilt treat vou rie lit.
DIZY GCJOJJ& .1
Not low priced, but highest grade at fair, honest nrir V. -n kri'iw
our reputation. We say these are the best pain's v. t- kr.ov of You'll
say so too after you have used them. f
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
BEST rijs for VVoiJiQirs, fuaeralo or F;o:tsuro 1: t.r, -.t:. il r0ef
attended to proraptlr. Terms reMonan.e (.J.iru :(t i ri .1. a.li ana .
rate Telephoue 7S.
W. B. W. D. Jones auctioneer all kinds of tuoii nd farm stock'
TTl rs Ww.
Triple Km m
If ' A 1
t ' ; : K7;
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The Sherivin- Williams Co.
Farm Tools, Etc.
A special pr'int rc each pur
pose, not r.nc slip-r'Ash mix
ture for al'..
W. D. JONE Hi?...
Oldest : Liveryman
018 MAIN STREET.
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