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telling' how t preppro many deli
cate and delicious dishes.
Address. lAMg Co., I. O. ?7IH, New Vork
The Semi-Weekly News-Herald
PUBLISHED ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
... BY THE . . .
NKWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
J. K. MAKHII A 1. 1.. Business Manager.
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A r frultH, Jiilllos, plclcles orriiwup art A
44h more ciiHlly, more quietly, mure A ja
h.-iiltrifullv seal.-d with itelined 1L
fk. rarafUn Wax thun by any other
met lioil. iHizens of other ujs will be
In every household. It In clean,
Uuitclisft and oorlifin nlr, water
antl acid proof. U.-t a nouml rake of
It with u llHt of Its many uses
from your druKlHt or grocnr.
Bold everywhere. Maileliy
TANlAlil OIL CO.
To Look Around
Ilcforo you make purchases.
After jou huvo looked elsewhere,
come to us and wo (ruarantee you
will be pleased. Our new spring
stock has arrived, including Dry
Goods, Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries, Crockery, Glassw ire, Flour
and Feed. A square deal to all.
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T-?.E LARGEST CIRCULATION
Of any Cass County Paper.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 21), 1899.
NiciiUASKA's three hundred million
biihhel corn crop is rapidly maturing
Si.NCK Si Holeomb's nomination for
supreme judge, it is in order for the
editor of th- Platt-iiuouth Journal to
devour their lnr'o supply of crow.
A f.l 1:1:1: A I- xniount of the Journal's
crow was devoured in the lam issue
Cilly Bryan h i tod all of the demo
cratic papers th tt it is good and they
down it without salt.
S. A. Mouuisox bus found it neces
sary to increase the number of home
print pages of his Ivigle Beacon.
"Sandy" is getting out a good paper
and deserved sucee.-s.
Sktii Moiiley has taken t) Manila
a complete printing outfit and will
establish a paper in that city. The
people may now expect to get the
straight of things on the Philippines.
It IS now a settled fot that there
will be no attempt on th part of the
Cass County Agricultural society to
hold a fair. That is one reason why
we should hold a rousing street fair.
Will it be done?
It ls bcgii.t.i ig to be realized, as yel
low j')uxnalism steps aside ana hUtory
takes its place in the latt? Spanish war,
that in spite of the entire un prepared
ness cf the country, great results were
achieved with marvelous cccrity.
With Bryanism feeding on populism
and c iiam ty, it would seem that Kan-
s, with her 300.00.1,000 to 400,00(1,000
bushel corn eri-n, woith in cash
least $l'i0.0 0,000, c.:i on be consid
eretl even anions . ue possible states
for the candidate.
I'OINTS FKOM St' III" It MAN.
Through Mr. Schurman. president
of the Philippines commUnion, has not
yet pro-ontcd his ofllcinl report to the
administration, he has touched in con
vernation upon some matters that
should be steadily kept in mind, says
tho Globe-Democrat. What he says
concerning the importance to this
country of comneree in tho Pacific
and of trade with the popu'ous nations
of Eastern Asia cannot be impressed
with too much emphasis. This ia a
nation of workers rapidly multiplying
in numbers and we cannot afford to
neglect the development of business
with races that are nearer to us than
to industrial rivals. In regard to the
war in tho Philippines Mr. Schurman
dwells upon the fact that only one
tribe, tho Tagals, is hos'tile, and that
tho rebellion does not embrace the
whole of the island of Luzon. lie
places the total population of tho isl
amis at 9,000,00 , of whom not more
than one-sixth are inclined toward in
surrection. Where revolt hits ap
pcared in a few othor islands tho
Tagals are behind it.
Mr. Schurman was against annex;,
tion when he departed on his mission.
lie h.is changed his mind. On tho
way homo he remarked to a corres
pendent that "for reasons of commerce
nr3 because of opportunities of invest
ment, the Philippines should remain
as they are a part of the United
State-." In the islands of Panay and
Negros Aguinaldo has Tagal detach
ments to levy tribute on the people
and compel them to rise against the
United States. They are unwelcome
visitors and would be expelied b the
natives if they had effective arms.
Commissioner Schurman believes that
the Filipinos, when the Tagals are
subdued, will be a desirable popula
tion, and rapidly improve under the
influences of civilization. There are
500 islands, and serious revolt in only
one. 1 ho authority of the United
States is practically unchallenged in
the entire group except by one tribe.
bent on dominating the othersagainst
their will and defying our rights of
treaty. It is not surprising that Mr.
Soburman is now in favor of keeping
the sovereignty ceded by Spain.
ing for window boxes and growing
flowers for balconies and small garden
dens. It will take the contract of fill
ing a box window, a conservatory,
little or big, or will look after tho half
dozen or rnre drawing room plants
that one may possess.
At the imperial court of Austria the
chief of Emperor Francis Joseph esti
mates that of $250,000 expended on tho
tables every year, the "unused" rep
resents about $100,000.
trict, and to transact such other bu 1
ness as may properly be brought be
fore said convention. I
The representation In nald conven
tion will be Cm county, 24; OUt
county, 23; boit.g one d. -legate for
each hundr. d votes cast for Hon. M
L. II iy ward in IfctOS, or the maj r frac
M. L. llAYWAKD, f hHirman.
Jkssk S. Mapks, S cietarv.
A Prtflhtul Blunder
Will cften cause a horrible burn,
scald, cut or bruise. Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve, the best in the world, will
kill the pain and promptly heal it.
Cures old sores, fever sores, ulcers,
boils, felons, corns, all skin eruptions.
Best pile cure on earth. Onl v 25 cts. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold bv F. G.
INFORMATION AM) OPINION.
J Tax Assessor...
v ill not increase your
assessment because j'ou
wear ood shoes. Good
shoes are not a luxury,
but a necessity to over
man, woman and child
in the world. We make
it our business to sup
ply o-ood fool wear to
the people of this com
North Side Main Street.
LOGIC 1 rovis inu experience will
also prove the inaceur..cy of deraocra
tic anti-expaa?ion vi ws, as thor
ougniy as ootn logic nn-i experience
have proved the iuaecaracy of th
democratic expmsion v ews on tb
currency quvsfio-i 1 ti e ye.trs ago
the democ ats e txpan ionisls,and
events have siiiic pov d the utte
fallacy of their th- oiie-. Now they
are anti-expansionists, and time will
as Luuipioieiy uuw liic-ii oirur iu nil
Wear Com. Co.. Correspondents.
The people of the United States are
sending $250,000,000 a year out of the
4 country to buy tropical products, in
l.i 3 : . 1 t : i rr .
ciuuiug uoers, 1 ruii.s,couee uiiu sur;w
The articles for which this monev is
expended can all be grown in Porto
Rico, Hawaii aDd the Philippines, to
say nothing of Cuba. When Ameri
can capital and Americans become in
terested in the industries of those isl
ands this vast sum of money can be
expended anion? our own people, in
stead of being, as at present, paid to
those of other countries.
Direct Private Wire to Chicago.
Over Atwood's Drug Store,
PLATTS MOUTH, NEB.
AH Orders Promptly Executed.
1 Flattsmouth Tel. 27..
JAMES W. SAGE,
Tn.E trust monster does not seem to
be proving very destructive to small
business interests throughout the
country. July failures, according to
Dunn's Review, an accepted authority,
were amontr manufacturers but lib
against 208 in July, 1S98; 213 iu July,
1S97. and 271 in July. 1S06; while
among the traders the number in July
of the present year was but 457
against 645 in July, 1898; 716 in July,
1897, and S36 in July, 1896. The total
liabilities were but $4,872,197, against
$10,101,455 in July, 1S9S, and $15,505,
095 in July, 1896.
The best oi rigs furnished at all hour and hi
prices are always reasonable. Themost
convenient boarding stable for far
mers In the city.
Mr. S A. Morrison of Eagle in this
paper makes just complaint against
the Advocate for continually casting
false insinuations upon his candidacy
for the office of county superintendent.
The Advocate is supporting a demo
crat for that office, but that should be
no reason why means unbecoming a
newspaper should be used to injure an
other. Mr. Morrison is a good repub
lican, a good man and a bcholar, per
fectly competent to fill the office to
which he aspires, and he deserves
fair treatment at th hnnrla of Ihn fra-
"3t6S Oi anfl I.50 D6r D2y Uemity. Weeping Water Republican
Centrally Located and Com
THE PERKINS HO'ubE,
F. R. GUTHMANN, Prop.
Workman who are interested in
seeing business activity among home
NEB manufacturers will be gratified to
know that the importations of woolen
manufactures in 1899, under the DiDg-
ley law, were but $13,831,967, against
$49,102,992 in the last year of the Wil
son law; manufactures of fibers, $25,-
132,395, agaiost $32,546,867 in the last
year of the Wilson law; manufactures
of wool, ?14,-199,4S7, against $20,543,-
810 in the last year of tho Wilson law;
manufactures of iron and steel, $12,-
A toboggan slide in St. Morilz Switz-
-r. and extends three quarters of a mile,
and is said to be the longest in the
world. The descent has been made in
seventy-one si cot.ds.
So many cattle are killed by light
ning while standing near wire fenees
that it has been proposed to diminish
the danger by meaus of ground wires,
which would conduct the electricity
during a, thunder storm from the
fence wires into the earth.
Two hundred and fifty tons of
copper coins have just been unloaded
at New llaven, Conn., from a ship
which made a trip to Bombay, India,
to purchase them for manufacturing
purposes in this country, as they were
cheaper than the native copper.
Twenty-five womon have been
hanged in England during Queen Vic
A newly married couple in Portland,
Me., who are both deaf, and are try
ing house-keeping without a servant,
. . ISti luhnson .... 1 i
..lit Kearney " 10
. . - Keiih 3
.. 2 Keya Paha 3
. U Knnball. , . . .
. .13 Loiran 2
...lt Loup 2
Ulicyenne fi Nuckolls 13
Clav 17 Oto 23
Colfax H Pawnee lti
Cuming Vi Perkins 2
Custer 16 Phelps 10
Dakota (J Pierce
Dawes 1 Platte VI
Dawson 13 Polk 8
Deuel 3! Red Willow 11
Dix.ai - 10 Richardson 24
Dodge iHikock ; 4
Douglas t7lSaline 19
Dundy 4;Sarpy 7
Filmore 17!Saunders 19
Franklin lO Scott's Bluff 3
l-'rontier 9 Seward lti
Furnas l.'liSheridan 5
Ciaire 33. Sherman 5
Garticld 3 Sioux 2
Gosper IStanton..' 7
Grant 2 Thaver lo
(ir.-eley 4Thoinas 1
nail l:Thurston . 6
Hamilton UlValley 8
Harlan -i'iWashington 14
Hayes 4lVavne 9
Hitchcock " Webster 13
Holt ! Wheeler 2
JeMerson.. . .
SOME NEW INDIAN WOMEN.
In Art and
KKI'U IJL1CAN .STATE CONVENTION.
The republican electors of the state
of Nebraska aro requested to send del
egates from their respective counties
to meet in convention in the city of
Omaha on Thursday, the 21st day of
September, 1899, at 2 o'clock p. m., for Fricke &. Co. druggists.
tho purpose of placing in nomination
candidates for the following offices:
One judge of the supreme court.
Two regents of the state university
And to transact such other business as
may properly come before the conven
The sever..! counties aro entitled to
representation as follow.--, the appor
tionment being ba.-ieu upon the vote
cast for Hoii. M. L. 1 1 ay ward for gov
ernor in IS: IS, giving each county one
delegate at la ge and one for each 100
votes and mr jor fraction thoreof.to-wit
EVERYTHING IN MUSIO
A BEAt'TIIUL ATTACHMENT
IMITATING STRINGED INSTRUMENTS
h heca added to the well
TECHS I 525 CASH, 520 K0MTIILT.
Willi Stool and Scarf.
HADE IN 0 A K , W A LNIT anfl ?.s A 1 1 H A m'T
Write Tor Particulars. jj
Spain's Greatest Need. i
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Ilarcelona,
Spain, spends his winters at Aiken, S.
C. Weak nerves had caused severe
Dains in the bactc of his head. On
using EltfCtrio Bitters, America's
CeUbrltlM of Dusky Hue
White women are not alone In push- greatest blood and nerve remedy, all
lug themselves to the front along ar- pain soon left him. He says this grand
tistic and literary lines. Their sis- medicine is what his country needs,
ters of the red race are also making All America knows that it cures liver
reputations ia the same ways. The and kidney trouble, purifios tho blood,
most distinguished literary Indian lone8 up lhe stomach, strengthens tho
woman In America is undoubtedly nervt?a, put9 viir)) vl?or atld now Uf0
r auuiit) jooDson, riie aauenter oi a i . , - i r
., . , 6 c . . I into every muscle, nerve and organ of
Ont. Miss Johnson is a poet of no
the body. If weak, tired or ailing you
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mean ability. Her noem hav Wn ul50U lu "vt" ,J"lwo K r.u,
published In many periodicals for the on,v 60 cents- s,,,d b F- (i- cko &
last five years. . Miss Johnson also
reads from her own poems and gives
impersonations of Indian character In
costume. In London she is received
by literary students on an equal foot
ing. Eugenie is an Indian princess,
who lives with her father, Chief Phil
ippe Vincent of the Hurons, at the In
dian Lorette, near Quebec. She is
well educated, having spent eight years
In the convent at Charlesboure;
A flowiner well has been struck
the Springfield fair grounds.
Aurora is raising a fund to buy med
als for the Hamilton county members
of the First Nebraska.
A circus came Into competition with
a populist convention at Neligh last
speaks French and English as well as week.
The following amount of real estate
and chattel mortgages was filed and
released in the county clerk's office of
As admittance to the circus
her own tongue and plays sings and was oO cents and tne convention was
composes s'r-jnee. weird melodies. One I free the circus under canvas failed to
of her official di'iles is to guard the draw a crowd.
medals presented to her family by
George IV., Queen Victoria and the
prince of Wales. Br'sht Eyes, or Iush-
ta The&mbra. la n riniiirhtor nf h Dm.
ahas, who has won distinction both in Burt county the last week: Real estate
literature and art. She has written hied, 800; released, 5.0Ji.
Tnanv rasniln. ot-tls-lac- ar, l.oo. til., a
' 7 . . 7 " Where It Come. From
waieu a book or inaian roikiore. Jane , . .,, ,
Waldron of the Sioux selected music Pftople who wear fa,se hatr wlU b9
as her profession. She became profl- interested in the announcement of a
cient and labors constantly at the stran diaoovery made at Antwerp. In
various government schools to teach that a bal of human hair, weigh
ing pupils the rudiments of music. in 172 Pas. was stolen rrom a rau
Tre are two Indian gins on the stage road tt!on. It was afterward learned
-Go-Wan-Go-Mohawk and Gretchen Ine naa neen cuppea irom toe
Lvoni. Th fr.TTriPr writM hor-nws ceaas or lunatics and convicts in pub
lic asylums and prisons.
it is recommended tnat no proxies
be admitted to tho convention and
that the delegates present be author
ized to cast the entire vote of the dele
gation of the county which it repre
It is further recomirended that
wherever two county conventions be
held the selection of a couuty commit
tee shall take place at tho first con-1 among her own people,
vention and then in every case the
secretary be required to promptly ad- "Ue Witt's Little Larly Risers did non ot Kame
vise the state committee of the organ- me more gooa tnan an Diooa medicines
iz ttion of such new committee with I ano other pills," writes Geo. II. One Minute Cough Cure quickly
the names of efticers, members, post-1 Jacobs, of Thompson, Conn. Prompt, j cures obstinate summer coughs and
ofiico address and name of precinct I pleasant,never gripe, they cure con- colds. 'I consider it a most wonder-
plays and Is stae manager as well as
star. There Is a very clever Pawnee
gin, Maud Ecr-' Hawk, Who teaches m Forestry Beaerv Association.
the Hope Indian school at Springfield. A national park of forestry reserve
S. D. Minnie Cornelius, an ambitious association for the governmental pres-
Oneida Indian girl, was graduated ervatlon of over 7.000.000 acres of land
from Grafton hall. Fond du Lac, Wis., , Vft:tlh,Pn Mfnn0mntn w!n hP formed
last June. She speaks five languages ,n chkillgo thla month. It Is a step
uueiiuy ana win practice meaicme tnw.H th iUnn nf irrat national
reserves for the preservation of native
forests and streams and the perpetua-
FrllitrnI Into II-ltli.
Vuar U KoinetlnitH euratlve. al
though vastly less so than the oppo
site emotions of Joy and hopeful ex
pectation. Dr. Tuke reports the raso
of a man sufferlriK from rheumatic
fever who was instantly cured by tha
shock and fright of a railway acci
dent. Sharp relates a similar hlst's'-y.
Hysterical paralysis haa been cured by
sudden fright, although such occur
rences are rarer than Is generally sup
posed. Mkhea. a celebrated physi
cian, one of the most profound In the
knowledge of mental diseases used to
write Insulting anonymous letters to
some of his patients In order to cure
them, and with good results In some
hypochondriacal cases. Physician
have sometimes had recourse In hys
terical cases to threats or sudden fright
to check dangerous symptoms when
all other remedies have provevd u-e-less.
Amann tells of a hysterical pa
tient who suffered from tetanic con
vulsions and trances, and whose father
treated her with blows and cured her.
Pansanicis relates that a youth re
covered his speech In the fright caused
by the sight of a lion; and Herodotus,
In his history, narrates that the son
of Croesus was iMimb, and that at the
taking of Sardes. seeing a Persian with
drawn sword about to kill his father,
he cried out, overcome with fright:
"Kill not Croesus!" and from that mo
ment he was able to speak. Tit-Bits.
Joseph I'rington, who lives near
Iitirwell,wits fatally injured by sliding
otT a load of wheat onto tho end of a
fork handle which ho had previously
thrown to th: ground.
Irritating stings, bites, .scratches,
wounds and cuts soothed and healed
by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, a
suro and safu application for tortured
llesh. Ilowareof counterfeits. l (J.
Fricke fc Co.
.1. Polors, who lives twelve miles
south of O'Neill, sold a buncn of fifty
tea! of cattle all two-year-olds, which
netted him tho neat sum of $1,000.
represented by each.
Omaha, Nebraska. June 23, 1899.
U. B. Schneider, Chairman.
P. O. Hkdlund. Secretary.
CALL. FOR COUNTY CONVENTION.
The republican electors of Cass
county are hereby called to meet in
convention to be held at Weeping'
Water, September 16, 1899, at 11
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of elect
ing twenty-six delegates to attend the
stipation, arouse the torpid liver to ac- J ful medicine, quick and safe." W.
tion and give you clean blood, steady I W. Merton, Mayhew, Wis. F. G.
nerves, a clear brain and a healthy ap- I Fricke & Co.
petite. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Germany's Slim Support of School.
Reclaiming- California Danes. I Germany contributes only 140,000
The reclamation of the sand dune marks a year In support of schools in
have devised an ingenious substitute state convention to be held ia Omaha,
for a door beil. When a caller presses
the electric button all the lights in
the house flash up, and his presence
is made known.
Broom dipped for a few minutes in
boiling suds once a week will last
much longer than they otherwise
A Russian expedition will visit the
new Siberian inlands next spring,with
the object of finding out the truth
about the mysterious Sannikow L-nd,
which several travelers assert they
have seen to the northeast of Kotjel-
September 21, also twenty-four dele
gates to attend the judicial conven
tion to be held at Nebraska City, Sep
tember 22, and to place in nomination
candidates for tho following offices,
Couuty clerk, county treasurer,
clerk of the district court, county
judge, county sheriff, superintendent
of public instruction, coroner, county
surveyor, ono member of board of i
county commissioners for Second
territory of the Pacific coast at Golden
Gate Park, near San Francisco, is car
ried on as follows: The shifting sand
is first seeded with sand grass (Arundo
arenaria) and this is allowed to grow
for two years; by this time the ground
is sufficiently held in place to permit
the planting of the Monterey pine and
cypress, and these trees. In two or
three years, complete the reclamation.
her colonies, while France and Eng
land spend millions in that direction.
The Cornfed Philosopher.
"A thing ot beauty," said the cow
fed philosopher, "is a joy until the
fashion changes." Ex.
A free and easy expectoration is pro
duced by a few doses of Mallard's
The entire cost of reclamation does not I Ilorehound Syrup, in all cases of
exceed o0 per acre, and out of the I hoarseness, sore throat, or difficulty
1,040 acres in the park 500 acres are ofbreathinc. Price 25 and 50c. F. O.
now pianiea wun me pines. engineer- J Fricke & Co,
Yellowstone National Park.
The park season is nearly over only
The Only Cure.
Eczema is more than a skin disease,
and no skin remedies can cure it. The
doctors are unable to effect a cure, and
their mineral mixtures are damaging
to the most powerful constitution. The
whole trouble is in the blood, and
Swift's Specific is the only remedy
which can reach such deep-seated blood
Eczema broke out on my diiuhtpr, and con
tinued to spread until
her lx-ad was entirely
covered. She was treated
by several fiud doctors,
but grsw worse, and Una
dreadful disease spread
to her face. 8 he was
taken to two celebrated :
health springs, but re
ceived no benefit. Many-
patent medicines were taken, but without re
sult, until we decided to try .S. S. S.,and by the
time the first bottle was finished, her head la
gan to heal. A dozen bottles cured her com
pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth. 8he
Is now 6ixteen years old. and has aniaKnifieent
growth of hair. Not a sign of the dreadful
disease has ever returned.
rr. t. shobk,
2701 Lucas Ave., at. Louis, Mo.
Don't expect local applications of
soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while the di-
A. Pretty Stone.
It Is recorded of a young fop who antner month remains
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visited one ot tae Kotnscmids that he I "guru ou vioinu u, mis year must, ue- sease comes irom within.
waa so proud of his malachite sleeve I cide at once. The Burlington's Yel- bpecihc
commissioners' sdistrict, and for the DU"ons taat insisted upon exnlblt- lowstone fark liook 32 pages, 'lti U-
transaction of such o'.her business as m "e w me latter look- lustrations-contains just the informa-
maveome hefnr it. Tho nrmmltt ed thCm aad. Bald: Yes-it is a tion the tourist needs. It tells how to
Drettv stone. I havp a mnti1nia I . .. . ......
recommends that there bo no proxies made of It in the next room."-Mod- , , . 1116 l"D C 8tS
reotrnized. but that dfilpo-atfi nrp.fnt ei how long it takes what there is to
noi, the northernmost of the group...,. thft ,., .. nf ..... ..,., n J see and how to see it. Sent free on
Theczir has given 60,000 roubles to ml ar,la nrim!1MUa t ocw Blotches and excresence, which so reouest.
the academy of sciences to assist in
delegates to said convention will be often anoy people, are simply efforts
neld on Saturday. Seutetnber 9. Ken- "l uluro l inrowtra impeaimenis to nnest outing trip in all the world. A
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resentation fs ba-eJ upon vote cast for H'oper penoruinDco oi ner uuues. week among its geysers, lakes, canons
People who are susceptible to the candidate for governor. Judo-e Hav- Uerbln8Wlllald anC assist nature in I and boiling springs is an experience
cold should make a point of wearing ward, in 1S9S . bein-r one delegate for ln wrk, and ensure a skin clear J that cannot be duplicated anywhere
loose clothing io cold weather. Loose each twelve votes or major fraction ana Deauurul' en"rel' Ire Irorm all else on the globe.
garments are always warmer than thereof, and one delegate at large for Imperfections. Price 50c. F. G.
is the only cure and will reach the most
obstinate case. It ia far ahead of all
similar remedies, because it cures eases
which are beyond their reach. S. S. S is
purely vegetable, and is the onlv hln.-i
The tour of Yellowstone Park is the J remedy guaranteed to contain no pot
ash, mercury or other mineral
Books mailed free by Swift Specific
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
tight-fitting ones, not only because each precinct or war..
they allow room for circulation, but
because they permit a layer of air be
tween the skin and the outside cold.
Fricke & Co.
J. Francis, General Pass. Ag't.
Lliza Uay, colored, aged sixty
years, a patient at the Columbus (O.)
State Hospital, who was received from
Marion, O., ten years ago, died frem
peritonitis, and an autopsy revealed
Following is given the place of hold
ing, time and delegates each ward and
precinct are etitled W.
PREC'T AND VOTING. PLACE. TIME.
Avoca Avoca 2pm
Center Manley 2 p m
Eight Mile Grove Heil sch house 4pm
Elm wood Murdock 8pm
Greenwood Alvo 4 p in
Liberty Lynn's hall. L'niou 3 p m
Louisville Hassemeier hall.. 7 to 9 p m
Mt Pleasant Usual place 8pm
Digests what you eat.
Itartiflciallydigeststhefood and aid8 098,239, against $16,094,557 in the last
Nature ln strecgtnening ana recon- year of the Wilson law; manufactures
Structing tne exnausieu Wn0f leather, 811,116,551, against $13,
Snrl trmic. No other preparation 283,151 ia the last year of the Wilson
can approach it in efficiency. It in- law, and manufactures of tic plate,
stantly relieves and permanently cures 108, 4S4.826 pounds In the fiscal year
Dyspepsia, ai' 1899, against 230,073,683 pounds in the
Flatulence. Sour Stomach, Isausea, ' fe , . ...
SlckneS fi3Cal ear 1897' the la8t year of the
all other results of Imperfect digestion Wilson act
prepared Dy t- w- tevit v.o-. i
F. G. FRICKE & CO. I Send the News to your friends
n the stomach the handles of five sil
ver spoons and fifty cambric needles. Nehawka School house 7 p m
and in the bowels nearlr fi ft u mnr flatts Prec-l aylor school houses p m
j -j i rri- rZr., A c .
I Ull v.. i bbiv v.. i I " ' W .......... ' J 111
"vomca. i c . r. . i r-1 o
South Bend School house 7:30 p m
Tioton Lumber office. Ea?Ie 8 d m
It is interesting to know th it there Rock Bluffs 1st dist. Rock B 7pm
are some people who very strongly ob-1 Kock Bluffs-2d dist., Murray 7pm
iect to beinc nhotoo-ranhpd Th w " prec-oascade sch hse.....:fO p m
- " v" I w : .-..
t- "" U1 "l-oc'i First ward-G. A. R. hall 8 to 9 n m
and for many years before her death Second ward-Council chm....s to 9 P m
luded the vigilance of all photo- Third ward Powell's hall Hto9pm
e-ranhers. The dislike of thn lr Pm. Flattsmouth City
Second ward Turner hall 5 toTpra
Oj tne ex-empress r.ugenie, w.lo Has Third wd-Kichey lum ofnre..5 to 7 p m
not been photographed for thirty I Fourth wd Council chm .'.5 to 7pm
Always Abla and Willing--In
April every good American was
a naval expert. In June he was mak
ing military campaigns. In August he
was a diplomatist. In October he will
,;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 j
OI' ri.TTSMilUTH, NEB.
PAID UP CAPITAL.
First ward Perkins house-... 5 to 7 p m
years. Three decades have passed
since John Rusk in was photographed,
and only once has John Hare allowed
himself to be thus victimized this was
after a performance at Balmoral and
by the express desire of Queen Vic
toria. Miss Marie Corelli is ore of
the very few pecple who have never
sat to the camera.
Fifth ward So. Park sch hse.5 to 7 p m
M. M. Butler, H. G. Beardslev.
Neukaska Crrr, Neb., Aug. 1&
The republican judicial convention
for the Second judicial district in Ne
braska is hereby called to meet at Ne
braska City September 22, 1899, at 1
o'clock p. m. of said d.ty in the dis
trict court room in said city for the
An association of London women J purpose of putting in nomination one
conducts the congenial business of car-1 judge of the district court in said dis-
be pronouncing on the government of Minute Cough Cure, it relieved at
colonies. The American citizen la I once ana curea ner in a tew aays."
hard pressed, but he shrinks from no I B- L. Nance,Prin. High school, Bluff-
duty in running his government. St dale,Texa8. F. G. Fricke & Co.
National Encampment O. A. R. at Pblla-
The lowest rates of the year less
than one fare for the round trip will
be made for the National Encampment
of the G. A. R. at Philadelphia. Sell-
log dates, September 1, 2 and 3. Re
turn limit, September 30. Rate open
to the general public.
As usual tha veterans and their
friends will take the Burlington route,
avoiding change of depots in Chicago
and securing for themselves the spe
cial advantages in tho way of fast time
and through cr service which that
Special Grand Army train for Phila
delphia leaves Omaha 5:00 p. m. Sat
urday, September 2d. Sleeping, din
ing and free reclining chair care.
Berths can be reserved now See local
ticket agent and aek him about rates.
and trains. Or, if vou wish, write to
J. b rancis. general passenger agent,
the very best facilities for the
prrrrpt transaction of
A Modern Difficulty.
l is useless to labor with patience and
For surprises are certain to burst.
What hampers original thoughts ia th
That the old thinkers thought of
No one knows the unbearable torture,
the peculiar and agonizing pain,
caused by piles, unless they have suf
fered from them. Many believe them
incurable. This is a mistake. Proper
treatment will cure them. Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible
cure. Price, 50c. in bottles, tubes 75c.
F. G. Fricke & Co.
For Sale or Rent Store room
and dwelling combined, 34x58 feet,
known as the T. V. Davis store, in
Murray. Inquire of J. W. Edmunds,
Ranchmen in the western part of
the state complain that it la almost an
impossibility to secure sufficient hands
to put up the haj crop.
Legitimate Banking Business.
S rOOKS. bonds. old. orerniuent and -i
securities oounht and sold. l)5ita re
ceived and Interest allowed on tLe certfi
catea. Drafts drawn, avallaole ln any
part of the U. S. and all the principle
towns of Europe. Collections made and
promptly ren.lttcd. Highest market
price paid for county warrants, stats
and ounty bonds.
H. N. n.jvey, f). Hawk? worth S Vuh
F. F. White. G. K. Dr.v
Geo. K. !' .,, Pre... V.UI,h
u. V. 11, vv. A-., ('ph--r
Try the Stag brand working pants
Better wear, better fit, more comfort,
more value; cost no more than inferior
goods 85 cents. F. T. Davis Co.
PURE ! HEALTHFUL !!
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