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1 wo Thousand Savages
l-Vt)ijcd li) Their Strogy
hold nt Bicam.
Govern trie Qt
Is rurrying Troops
as Rapidly as
Jiiicaoo, Aug. 8. A special to tho
liecord from (Juaymas, Mexico, says:
General Torres hen almost com
I'K toly surrounded Micam, a Yaqui
utronghold, where noarly 2,000 sav-
VAI1I0US CENSUS DISTRICTS.
('UIIKllt M 1 ltT,
I tom We iuuiJ.ty'K Daily.
A mmf by the inline of Van Horn
Ofluirht 11 floater in tln Misnouri river
below tbo Hon A i bin farm, near
Union, at 1(1 o'clock this morning. It
llMilimrl tm at the Homo l ow 11 of
Washington, Aug. li letters
havo been addressed to Persons in
Omaha, Lincoln, Sioux City and other W!lH tho body cf u heavy sot in.ui and
lirgo towns in the northwestern '"'' '"-en it) the wntr a long time, he-
MlatiB My the acting director of tJie bidly decomposed. He hfid no
census bureau, asking for tho political clothing on except a shirt. Coroner
auUli vision of those cities. This in- Sattler went down to hold an inqueP.
formation it to bo used iu mapping ni the body will be buried down
out the precincts -of the various cen- there
CITY AND COUNTY.
During-the laut census
tho districts wore outlined by the su
pervisor. This wan found to be un
satisfactory und this work will jo per
formed by tho present officials at this
ages are massed. On tho arrival of 1 Cl, w'th tho local information sub
mitted. Tho precincts in the larger
of the artillery and muchino guns tho
Mexicans will close in on tho Indians
find prceipltalo the biggest battle over
freight between the government and
Tho reports from General Torres re
garding the killing of Ilemley and
Miller snv their bodies were found
hanging from a tee with tho hands
and f( (it cut olT. Tho uprising reaches
down the Yaqui river to thu sea and it
U not expected to extend further
north than the Sahuari district
1 ho government now has nearly
o,0()0 men in tho lield. Two hundred
volunteers will leave Ciuaymas to
night. A light is ox pooled on outer
leg tho Yuqui river, where a largo
band of savages are that last week at
tacked and hurnod three sloops. A
Mares, a well known Mexican at Her
in. sillo, lost his life in tho encounter
Jsusiness in Guavmas and other
points in houlhoru Gonora is practi
c.tlly at a standstill in consequonco of
the rebellion. It has not entirely
suspended the heavy freighting done
through the Yaqui valley, but has led
many Mexicans of tho city to retreat
beyond the prefect's call for volun
liMliaiin Ni lll TliroiiKh KlndnewM.
I'eter 1J. Ghisem,a prominent Amor
ican mei-chant in Guaymas ana one of
the signers of the treaty made by tho
Mexican government with the Yaquis
in I.S07, declares tho Indians have
been spoiled through kindness. Tin
government has given them tho very
choicest strips of land in tho valley.
containing HoOJIdO acros, encroach
ments on which have never been made
and would not bo tolerated by tho gov
ernment. Every man, woman and
child on Hie reservation roeeived
monthly thirty-five pounds of corn
and fid cents in money until thoy be
came a bio to raise their crops, t he gov
ernment furnishing' 300 yoke of oxen
and all the necessary implements, and
seed as a ejil. (ut i n stead of try i ng
to improve their opportunities, Mr.
Cbirtem says, they considered tho gov
ernment's generosity extended Hi rough
fear and commenced to make unreason
able demands, "-backed by threats of
war. A yreat many of them have
been drunk since June 2, when their
Mr. Chisom declared it will require
many moi e troops than are at present
ordered to the front and vigorous
me.isures to smother tho uprising.
The man-of-war Democrat arrivod
last night from Eosormda, Lower Cali
forni.t, with tho remainder of the
Seventh regiment. The Democrat
and the transport Oaxaca left todaj'
for San Hlas to meet tho Sixteenth
regiment, which i-t onroutc from the
City of Mexico.
Aliiyo Tril Threatening.
CHICAGO, Aug. 8 A special to tho
Ke.-ord from Ausiin, Tex., says
A (Mspatch from Chihuhua, Mex.
sa.s there is much uneasiness foil in
military eircies there over the atti
tude of tho Mayo tribe of Indians In
the state of Sonora toward the Mexican
authorities in tho presont uprising of
the Yaqui braves. Tho fighting force
of the Myo tribe is much less than
that of the Yaqui. The Ma3os have
for many years been at peace with the
government, but the younger braves
are now aroused by the warfare that
is beinr wajrod west of them and an
open revolt is threatened.
The Mayos have loDg been friends
of the Yaquis, but thev held aloof
from them iu their previous war with
the government. The Mayos are al
most white and are of a higher order
of intelligence than the Yaquis. Some
of tho members of the Mayu tribe are
wealthy. Their reservation embraces
many thousands of acres of rich land
in the valley of tho Mayo river.
Verdict of Ui Jury.
From Thursday' Dally.
Tho coronet's jury which was em
paneled to hold an inquest on the body
of tho lloater found in tho Missouri
river yesterday, returned a -verdict
that the man, to tho jury unknown,
towns of tho country are being taken came to hi death, in all probability
S ll .1 f A 1
Acting Director Wines paid today
that tho headquarters of the consus
districts will bo In the homo town of
tho supervisor, providing such a town
is convenient to tho other parts of the
district, with facilities for transporta
tion and communication.
Supervisor Uakestraw of the Indian
school service, who has boon trans
ferred to the school district embraa
Ing Iowa and tho Dakotas, has been
ordered to Washington for a confer
ence with the Indian officials.
The Indian commissioner has under
consideration a report of Special
Agent Dixon, who recently made an
investigation of tho charges filed
against Superintendent Davis of the
Flandreau, S. D., Indian school. Mr.
Dixon has arrivod hero and has had a
conforonco with the commissioner to
day. It is probablo that Mr. Davis
will bo tranferred to another Fchool.
The postoilice at Allorton, la., has
been assigned to tho presidential class,
and tho salary of tho postmastor in
creased to $1,000.
by drowning. A few days ago a party
of men were going down the river in
a boat and when near that point they
are reported to have become involved
in a quarrel, during which one of the
party was shot. It was tho opinion of
citizons living near there that this
was tho body of the man shot. How
ever, an examination of tho body by
Dr. Walker of Union revealed the fact
that there wero no wounds on the
body.so'that theory did not hold good
The body was buried at the Union
MORE ABOUT "MUMMY" CORN.
Ilonr Direct From Afric-K.
LkMaks, la., Aug. 9. A wild boar
has been imported direct from Africa
by John Dolaroy,a wealthy farmer,for
the purpose of improving tho stocK on
his place. Tho jungle pigs are free
from diseaso and it is Mr. Delaney's
belief that by cross-brooding he will
make his herd immune from cholera.
His experiment is being watched with
tho groatest interost by tho farmers of
tho state. The animal on Mr. De
laney's farm differs in many respects
from both tho wild pig of India and
tho comparatively well known bush
hog of South Africa.
It is of tho one-toe variety. Its hoof
is solid and round like that of a horse.
It is much less leggy than the Indian
pig and has a stocky, promising i ody.
Its hoad ia long and its snout peculi
arly long and blunt. There is a cal
lous protuberance on upper side of tho
snout not unlike a sprouting rhinocer-
ou9 horn. Tho tusks are not yet de
veloped. The animal is a little over
1 year old and weighs 500 pounds. It
is expected that at full growth it will
balance between 700 and 800 pounds.
Tho four first families sired by the
African havo just been littered. The
Itunhiiell Tells of Its Origin In the
.State of NebrttHkn.
To the liditor of The News: I
Ashland, Neb., Aug. 8. Your des
cription in The Nkw.s of corn shown
by County Commissioner Turnor Zink
is wrong as to its-origin. This is the
second yo.tr wo have raised tho same
kind of corn, and have also raisod the
corn said to have been fouud in the
grave of an Egyptain mummy, both
kinds of sood being obtained for us by
H. M. Jlushnell at the Illinois state
fair during tho summer of 1807.
Tho first kind, which you describe,
has a husk on oach kornel; grows a
stalk thirteen to fifteen feet high; has
pointed kernels like rice pop-eorn-
being, of course, much larger. This
is tho original corn, first found grow
ing upon tho plains of Mexico, and
from which our prosent kinds hnvo
The corn of which seed was said to
hav.' been found in a mummy's grave
is a much smaller kind, of a snuff
brown color husk, a little larger
than pop ciM-ii and hard and flinty.
Upon toll ciiiin you will see that this
more nearly resembles tho kinds of
corn peculiar to Egypt. I had samples
of this original corn during the winter
of 1SJJ7 and 1S0S, whon I was teaching
in the Taylor district and several par
ties in that neighborhood saw it,
among them being C A. Vallery
Yours truly, A ll Bushnkll.
Training Herry Rustiea.
The German fashion of growing
gooseberries on standard bushes that
is to say, snipping off all hnt one stem
and allowing the plant to bush out at
a convenient height for packing, like
oung swino, about forty in number, standard roses gives a great effect of
bear strongly tho characteristics of the neatness. The same effect Is to be seen
boar. Thev are all of the ono-hoofed In the Scotch way of growing raspber-
Khece Walker made a business trip
to Omaha this morning.
(I. I j. Met, of Louisville was a
I'lattsinouth visitor lodHy.
William-' Sehliebtemier and son
Frank from Nehawka were li an-nct
Ing business in l'latismouth today.
A ma riuge liceoso was granted to
day to William A. Baker and Mlfs
Voncia Putterson of II ck lilulTs. The
latter is tho daughter of Fred I'at
District Clerk George Uouseworth
went to Omaha again today. He is
having some of the court records re
bound, and as the contents are very
valuable it necessitated his going up
to wetch them.
Mrs. N. Shultz entertained about
thirty membors of the Woman's Re
lief Corps at her homo on Locust 6troet
yesterday afternoon. Refreshments
wero served and a pleasant afternoon
spent by the ladies.
Mrs. Worth of Loadvillo, Colo., who
has been visiting hero with her sister
Mrs. C. J. Martin, left this morning
for St. Joe. Mo., accompanied hv
Mrs. Martin, where they will visit an
other sister for a few weeks.
Sheriff Wheelor was notified by the
authorities at the Lincoln insane asy
lum this morning that they were ready
to receive Mrs. Eis nhut, who was ad
judged insane last Friday. Sho will
probably bo taken to the asylum to
morrow or Friday.
N.'ck Ilalmes, wife and Mrs. A.
Rach arrived home this afternoon
from their trip to Germany. They
are all looking well and report having
had an enjoyable visit among old-
timo friends and their rolatives and
viewing the places where they spent
their childhood days. Tho only thing
Mr. Ilalmes did not like was the Ger
man officials ho did riot liko their
ways a little bit.
Mark White and wife came up from
tho farm of tho former's father last
evening, at which place Mr. White
has been ever since the day ho ar
rived from Klondike. Whon ho went
down to tho old farm ho found his
fathor in tho mi Jsl of harvest and
short of hell). Mark pulled off his
Sunday clothes and helped them out.
He says it is easier work than hunting
gold in Alaska and more remuuera
engineer Joe L,ioya had a narrow
escape from a sunstroke shortly after
noon today. Mr. Llovd runs a switch
engine in tho Hurlington yards, and
thi! sun beating in from tho west, to
gother with the heat from tho boiler.
was too much for him. Ho was about
to fall from the engino when Switch
man Fred Denson caught him. After
an hour's rest in tho shade of the
depot ho was again able to resume his
work, but was not feeling very lively
ry bushes, by training two adjacent
bushes into an intermingling arch.
IN THE "GOOD OLD
Stolen Mouey Lies Hurled.
Wixnu'eo. Man., Aug. 8 John W.
Anderson, single, aged about twenty
three, late junior clerk in Mtflson's
bank, uow bookkeeper in a wholesale
house, was arrested this evening.
charged with the robbery of $62,000
from tho Winnipeg branch of Molson s
bank nearlv a year ago. Tho arrest
was made by Chief Elliott of the pro
vincial police, and Anderson was
lodged in the provincial jail without
o-oing to the police station in order to
keep the matter as quiet as possible
The money is reported to have been
found in hiding buried in a suburb of
tho city, and while authorities will
not talk it is reported that &T0,JO0 of
the amount has boen recovered intact.
WliltecHp Are In Evidence.
Indianapolis, Aug. 8. A special
the News fiom lilooraneld, Ind.,
Last night Joseph M. lirilton
s taken from his homo in Newark
and severely whipped by whitecaps.
The house was surrounded by a num
ber of men and while several of them
guarded tho family the others dragged
Rritton out and unmercifully whipped
and kicked him He was so Dadly in
jured that he is unablo to lie down.
Mrs. Rritton says she recognized sov
eral of the whitecaps as citizens of the
village. Mr. Rriton was recently in
dicted for illegal selling of liquor.
While the whitecaps were whipping
him some of them exclaimed, "We
will learn you how to law."
Gentlemen Had Peculiar Ideas of
tertainlng One Another.
A physician. Dr. Speed of St. John's
was the champion all-round tippler
and was specially retained to drink
with Cornelius Van Tromp when he
honored Oxford with a visit, keeping
hiniself In form by a continuous, round
of the brandy shops and taverns in
company with the butler of Christ
church and Rawlins, the plumber, says
the Gentleman's Magazine. The iHlus
trlous admiral, we are told, "was much
gazed at by the boy, -who, perchance,
China's Primitive FontaJ Service.
China still has the old-fashiond sys
tem of private letter carrying. Letter
shops are to be found in every town.
If he has a letter to send, the China
man goes to a letter shop and bar
gains with the keeper thereof. He
pays two-thirds of the costing, leav
ing tne receiver to pay the rest on
John Wohorg made a trip to Omaha
George Vass of Kansas City is visit
ing his relatives in the city.
Mrs. R A. White of Nebraska City
is the guest of Mrs. F. G. Morgan.
Mrs. Reveridge returned yesttrday
from a month's visit with relatives at
The Burlington pay car arrived this
morning and squared accounts with
the boys who labor for the company.
Recorder Georgo A. Hay went to
Omaha this afternoon to bring home
some county books which have been
FOI1 "SIR WALTI K."
lut lulue ol Srolt'it ..! n
for 1 1 1 I a. u 11 if.
Above all, wiite., U. ;,l.t j, y,i.
Nicholas, 8!r Walter Scott w.u-, the
champion of youth, and it Is the fra
Ktaine of the 1 1 ineiline that hre.tthfs
through lils stones. In his day .. v.tliir.
for young ix-oplc h.ui i.or b come a r
fcsslon. otherwise there If no K-ninvli;",
what he might have done for us; still,
he has done enoueh; and oddly, tco. hl.
herocs and heroines aro almcjt without
exception vcrv y:-una no older, Inde 'd
than many school-girls and boys, and
certainly not so well educatrd, though, ;
pooT things, the stress of the times 1
made them sadly wiper "in the ways of i
the world. It 13 only r.oce?avy to cito
a few examples. Naturally. "Ivanhr-e"
13 the first suggestion. Itowona was 15
when the story opens, Rebecca was lit
tle older, and Ivanhoe himself was not
of age. Quentln Durward wa3 19, and
Isabelle of Croye, his sweetheart, was
scarcely 15, whilo her Aunt Hameline
was thought quite elderly at 30. Cath
erine, "ine Fair Maid or Perth." was
not more than 17. Edith Plantagenet.
the heroine of "The Talisman'" was
about the same age. Mary Avenel, In
The Monastery," was somewhere be
tween 13 and 15, while the two broth
ers, Halbcrt and Edward, were about
17 and 15 respectively. Catherine Sey
ton. In "The Abbott." was not above
16, and Roland, the page, was scarcely
older. Di Vernon romped with the
dogs and the horses. Annie of Geier-
Sitein was a child, and Arthur Stanley
merely a precocious boy; and so all
through his stories, except In a few
rare instances, when the tales treated
of a later epoch, when maturity was
not forcd upon children. The same
may be said of the characters In his
poems, and here It Is more especially
apparent among his heroines; his men
are more thoughtful, and certainly
older In most instances. The spirit of
youth runs through everything Scott
touched, and is the secret alike of the
unwavering Interest In his works, and
Of the love and veneration for tho man.
V :T iTli),
A HEAUii HF AlTACIUSrNT
IMITATING SlKSrt(iI INST lit jILNTS
lias been added (o thm well
EVERYTHING IN MU8IO
TLRJrSl 23 CAS 11, $?0 M0MTR1T.
With Stool and ftxtff.
KAM IN OAR, H'AInXT fHrf aUTCOtfVT
Writo For Particulars. '
A BOOK TO MANKINDI
DR TABLER'S BUCKEYE
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A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, 60 Cents.
JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - - 310 North Mahi Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
F. G. Fricke & Co.
l.lHt f l.tt.rn.
Remaining-uncalled for at the post-
office at riaUamout.il, Aup. 10, 1S!!:
Black, Miss Myrtle Hammers, John K
Martin, Mrs I. aura Kakes, Mrs Mary
Thomas. John O Wood. Miss Ethel
Wood, Mrs C K Young, Mr T A
When calling for any of the above
letters please say "advertised."
C. H. Smith, Postmaster.
THE PULPIT AND
Heroine is well adapted to the cure rebound
. f .11 1? t 1 1
or levers oi an K1nas, oecau.se n, mor- August Tartsch wsnt to Omaha thi
ouerniy cleanses tne siomacn ana dow- afternoon to meet his wife, who is re
wondered to find him 'whom they f6uhd els .f a11 bilious humors, and expels turning frora a vi8it with the Schnasse
an impure secretions oi . me douv
Price 50c. F. G. Fricke & Co.
so famous in the Gazets to be at last;
but a drunken, greasy Dutchman." He
proved a difficult guest to ente'rtain
according to his likings. He declined
the usual doctor's degree as being en
tirely out of his element, and when
Dr. Fell Invited him to dinner, "he
desired he might have salt "meat, he
never using to eat any other, which
put Mr. Dean much to it to find that
which would please his pallet." The
only thing he took kindly to was the
choice assortment of liquids that Ox
ford provided, to the superior strength
of which he was forced to veil his flag.
"We got a greater victory over Van
Tromp here," wrote Prideaux, "than
all your sea captains in Icndon, eon-
Our Fish Industry at TarU.
It has been decided that the fisheries
and the forestry exhibit at the Paris
exposition shall be utilitarian only. An
exhibit of natural fish will be avoided,
but tinned, preserved and dried fish I South Omaha todav. where
family at Rapid City, S. D.
Vern Marshall of Economy, Ind.
arrived in the city last evening and
will visit with the family of his uncle.
C. L. Marshall, for a few days
Tom E. Williams, the Eight Mile
Grove hog buyer, came down from
and fishing tackle will make the de
partment of forestry and fisheries one
of the most attractive sections in the
United States division of the exposi
Irritating stings, bites, scratches,
wounds and cuts soothed and healed
by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, a
fesslng that he was more drunk here sure and safe application for tortured
than anywhere else since he came in flesh. Beware of counterfeits. F. G
England, which I think very little to I Fricke A. Co
the honor of our university. Dr.
SDeed was th, chief man who encoun- Kates for tireater America Kxpoftltlon.
tered him. wke mustering about five or Keduced rates to Omaha will apply with
posed of a shipment of swine at
Will White went to Omaha this
afternoon to visit his wife at the hos
pital. Mrs. White is gradually recov
ering from her illness, but, owing to
the extreme heat, her recovery
necessarily very slow.
A brace of local sports are said to
nave worKea a non-resident mepaber
of the fraternity -for $70 last night.
The non-resident went into the game
the intention of doing the
six mora able as himself at wine trom points on tne Lsuriington route worn act, Dut me tames were
and brandy, got the Dutchman to the Lwithin 2"0 miles of that city during I turned on him. Rather than get any
Crown tavern and there so plied him the entire period of tho Greater Amer-1 notoriety, he did not make any hoi
with both that at 12 o'clock It" night
they were fain to carry him to his
"Our baby was sick for a month with
severe cough and catarrhal fever. Al
though we tried many remedies she
kept getting worse until we used One
Minute Cough Cure, it relieved at
once and cured her in a few days."
B. L. Nance,Prin. High school, Bluff-
dale, Texas. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Hurlington Koute Ilalf Kates to Lincoln
August 2 and 9, on account of Ne
braska Epworth assembly.
Tho assembly management has ar
ranged a program of remarkable in
terest a program extending over a
period of nine days ana comprising
much that is amusing and -more that
is instructive and edifying. Munj'of:
the best known lecturers, philoso
phers, teachers, divines, and temper
ance workers in tho country will take
Tho assembly will be hold at Lincoln
park,, which is wonderfully "well !
adapted for such a purpose. i
Music by the famous Hagenow Mili
tary band and the Kentucky Colonel's
ica exposition, which open July 1 and ler."
closes October 31.
There will be three different kinds
Ten-day tickets, which will bo sold
at 80 per cent of double the one-way
Seven-day tickets, the rate for which
will be one fare for the round trip,plus
5 per cent on sale Tuesdays.
"Week-end" tickets, which will be
on sale Saturdays and for Sunday
trains auo in umana Deiore I p. m.
one faro for tho round trip.
J. Fkancis, G. P. A.,
Wanted A good girl for general
housework. Wages, $3 per week
Enquire at News office.
Ice cronm flavored with extracts, 25
cents ier quart at Holtoway's. .
Sleep and Fleat Pro (ration.
The first essential for enduring hot
weather spells Is to g?t plenty of sleep.
There Is eminent medical authority for
the statement that heat prostrations
are due much more to the exhaustion
incident to Insufficient sleep on suc
cessive hot nights than to the actual
intensity of the dally heat. Anything
that deprives us of our sleep ought to
be shunned during the heated season.
Of all the novel things to be seen In
the mountain girl's outfit the oddest
of these will surely be her pair of
wooden peasant shoes. Just fancy it!
It has been cherished 89 a dead secret,
but it's out at last. The girl that goes
to the mountain lakes must go tramp
ing along damp trails, and so she is go
ing to wear peasant shoes, for they're
a lot more comfortable tnan neavy
boots and goloshes. Only one shop in
town Imports them, and its proprietors
have made a small fortune already, for
they cost but a few cents on the other
side, and here they, sell at $3 a pair.
There is a lot of fim in learning to
walk In them. One must place the
heel on the ground first else they slip
off, but that only makes it the jollier,
and before the season Is half over we
may expect to hear from the Adlron-
dacks a lot of Interesting things about
the swell girls "Klumpen" Club.
The News prints tho news.
The Ebinger Hardware company is
agent for the Moomoutb niter and
water cooler. The finest thing out.
Makes tlie Conirretratlon ami
the Congregation the MlnUfer.
ueiween a minister and his eongre
eation there is an action and a reaction
so that the minister makes the con
gregatiou and the congregation the
minister, says lan Maclaren in the
Ladies' Home Journal. When one
speaks of a minister's service to his
people one is not thinking of pew
rents and offertories and statistics and
crowds; nor of schools and guilds and
classes and leelures. The master
achievement of the minister is to form
charactei and to make men. The chief
question, therefore, to consider about
a minister's work is: What kind of
men has he made?
And one, at least, of the most dec!
slve questions by which the members
of a congregation can he Indeed Is:
What have they made of their minis
ter? Hy that one dees not mean what
salary they may give him, nor how
agreeable they may be to him, but how
far he has become a man and risen
to his height in the atmosphere of his
congregation. Some congregations
have ruined ministers by harassing
them till they lost heart and self-con
trol and became peevish and ill-tem
pered. Seme congregations, again,
have ruined ministers by so humoring
and petting them that they could en
dure no contradiction and became
childish. That congregation has done
Its duty most effectively which has cre
ated an atmosphere so gpnial, and yet
so bracing, that every good in its min
ister1 has been fostered and everything
mm liS I
Wholesale and Retail
Jlattsmoittli, Neb., August 7, 1S99.
I lef to inform my friends and the public
jr iierally that I have enfay;ed in the Wholesale
Liquor Trade and am now able to supply patrons
in any quantity from one pint to twenty-five
Have just imported some fine old French
Cognac Brandy. Also the feniuue Rhine Wine
for strictly medicinal purposes.
As I handle nothing but first-class oods ami
sell at lowest prices,, it will pay you to buy your
Whisky, Brandy, Wine, etc., from me.
Do not forget that this is the time to order
your case Beer and that this is the only place in
the count' where vou can p;et the genuine ANHEUSER-BUSCH
BEER. Give me a call
and be convinced.
Afjfcnt for Yellowstone (Kentucky) distillery and
Anheuser-Busch Brewing" Ass'n, St. Louis.
inders 1 Mowers
One Minute Cough Cure quickly
cures obstinate summer coughs and
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W. Merton, May hew, Wis. F. G.
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New Ulootl licsf.
Hermology.a comparatively new med
ical term, Is a knowledge of blood and
disease as evinced by th changes ob
served in blood. The St. Louis Medical
and Surgical Journal say.-: this has al
ready made such advai-ees that many
diseases may be recognized by exami
nation of the blood. From a mere ob
servation of the relative number of
leucocytes (while blood corpuscles) and
erythrocytes (red blo"d corpuscles) it
has advanced to elaborate analysis of
other elements of the blood and the
recognition of bodies foreign to nor
mal blood. Thi3 'ology promises to be
of especial value to mankind in giv
ing early warning of disease otlrwise
not manifest, and showing the advance
or decline of abnormal conditions.
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..Best Machine Oil
Bgenberger & Troop
Lower Main St. Bet. 3rd and 41h St.
A good 160-acre farm two miles enst Property Accepted
of Murray. House and barn; about 100
acres under cultivation. For particu
iars inquire of J. II. Thrasher.
To the Public.
Notice is hereby given that my wife
Elise Eisenhut has voluntarily left my
bed and board and that I will not be'
responsible for debts contracted by her.
CAKL EiSExnUT, Murdock, Nt b.
The Platte Mutual Insurance GL,
810,000 Insurance; in Force.
HOME OFFICE AT PL ATTS MOUTH, NEB
YV' ou pay vour mfney to foreign Insurance companies, who take it
out of the state, when vou can cet Insurance for less cost, from a Nebraska
Company. Only the Bst Class of Business and Dwelling House
In the County Court, Cass county, Nebraska.
Id the matter of the estate of Isabelle Emery,
All Dersons interested in said matter are here
by notified tnat on the sth day of July, l.-SM.
Henry J. Streight hied a petition in said court.
praying that Ins hual administration accounts
be settled and allowed; that he be discharged
and relieved from further dutv as administrator
oi said estate, and that upon a final heariug T- M.
Dolan, Maggie Kern and Ellen li. Little may be
adjudged the heirs at law of said deceased and
entitled to inherit by descent the residue of her
proporty after the indebtedness is paid, and that
ll vou fail to appear befcjre said court nn the 1st
day ol September, l"-99, at it- o'clock a. m.. and
contest said petition, the court may grant the
prayer of said petition and make such other and
urther orders, allowances and decrees as to the
court mav seem proper, to the end that all mat
ters pertaining to said estate may be dually set
tied and determined.
Witness my hand and the seal of said cnuntv
couft at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 1st day of
George M. Spuklock,
(Seal) County Judge.
By I K. Hasse, Clerk County Court,
Oflicers and Directors Tom. E. Parmele, President; Geo. E. Dovey, Vice-prc-ddent;
T. Frank Wiles, Secretary; Frank J. Morgan, Treasurer; C. E.
Vj e eott, W. J. White, Henry Boock, D. O. lawyer, Geo. A. Hay, IJ. R. Gering
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and Staple Groceries. Because they carry
an immense stock, buy for cash and sell at
low prices. Everything good to eat of Best
Quality. Call and try us.
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