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Business and Professional
Dealer in QenflSt
Furniture. Water" block.
419 Main St. Guaranteed.
Sgei l Go
LEAD I NCI
Agent for tlie
Sixth and Main
F. G. Eirenberger,
and ail kinds
Stocks. Bonds and Se
curities bought and
B Si M
414 Main st.
Are now in .
A Fir.o display of
Pattern lints in a
and. . . .
NEW : ADVERTISEMENTS
Ne-rer Fail to Bwrtore Orfcy
Am to it Vmahful Color.
Gum P ! l hir t..u.g.
Plattsmouth Coal Yard
ALL GRADES OF HOOD.
Hay, Corn, Oata and all Kinds of Feed
Constantly on Hand.
EGEHBERGER & TROOP.
THIRD AND MAIN-STS.
DlCICStS wl!Vfc YOU C2lt.
Sature In strengthening and recon-
Via exhausted digestive Or
1MUWu Vv v.--- -
cans. HiiuiBMiwi VlVrti;vn
Sntand tonic. p other Prepdration
SantlT relieved and permanently cure,s
jepSlo, AnuiBCI,l,lu,J' ittv.
itulence. ssour loinacu,
all other resunsui luipencii.
Xoarad by E. C DeWttt A Co.. CblcaflO.
. Prtpartd by E.
F. G. FRIUKE &
The Semi-Weekly News-Herald
... BY THE . . .
MARSHALL. Ilusiness Manager.
One Year, in advance, ....
One Year, in advance, . . .
Of any Cass County Paper.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1899.
The one requisite in a candidate.
according to the Journal, is 10 ue
Iowa has not had a democratic c;n-
riA.t rr'!. A aiota fa
jrressman since .
ileo out of debt ana the people are
The republican ticket is made up of
a likelv lot of clean, competent anu
nrntntlrA men. This is a iaci
that no one will dispute.
Hi i.EY Wheeler is a nice little
fellow, that is true, but what has ho
ever done to commend himself to the
voters? Have you ever heard of him
capturing any of the numerous horse
thieves during his term of office? Ar
resting fugitives from justice is of
,rr.ro imnortanco than being a "nice
The fusionists of this city are
sorry lot of people. They did not hope
to elect more thnn one or two on the
ticket, but at proseut the outlook for
ever electing one or two is very
Moony. The result of the convention
was vcrv unsatisfactory and there are
manv sore spots that will not heal up
until after election.
A oi:nis's to the Journal of this
citv a temperance man is noi ui iu
hold office. It is making a loud cry
about -T. K. Douglass, the republican
nominee for county judge.having been
! elected as "dry" mayor oi keeping
Water. The voter do not consider
that this disqualifies a man and will
ree mat 3ir. ljoujj'a"
Theiie is one famine which Mr.
ISryan and other people who are be
wailing present conditions have
nclected to mention, and that is the
car fimine. The railroads, wno3e c-
tivity is a bettor barometer of business
conditions than perhaps any cmer
chi's of our great business enterprise?.
are suffering from a frhortngo or ears
with which to transact the immense
iinJnon4 nf tiie country, despite the
fact that they greatly increased their
i-',linr stoc k in tho past year in the
expectation of an increase in business
The growth in railroad business Is il
iiisimted bv the sinele fact that tbo
ea-st-bound tonnage from Chicago xor
four weeks of September in 1899 was
401,::21, against .V.,S0G in the pros
perous year of 1S92.
Chairman Jones t-f tlie democratic
national committee has evidently not
kept a very close eye upon tho condi
tions in the United States during his
absence in Europe,sinco he is credited
with saying, on his return, that he did
not think tho prosperity in the United
States had yet reached the agricul
tural classes. The mere fact that the
exportation of agricultural products
during the fiscal years 1R9S and 1899
under the Dingky law and McKinley
administration equaled that of the
three years 185. 1S96 and 1897, under
ihe low tariff law which Mr. Jones as
sisted in framing, ought to be a sulii
cient hint to him of p-osperity among
the agricultural clashes, while the
further fct that hundreds of millions
of dollars' worth of mortgages have
been paid off since the country re
jcetcd free silver, and thus assured a
financial basis, should be to
hirn additional evidence of agricul
When the mittcr of tho Pacific rail-
'?,'"' ""'r!"' bV:
deal of democratic howling of bow the
fovornment was being ilecceu by
Hnnnn, McKinley and (I iiro, and that
sort of talk; and even yet democrats
persist In making nasty slings at the
adminisraiion long this line.
When Mr. McKinley was in
augurated March 4, 1897, his adminis
tration received as a legacy from a
nrpcedinp democratic administration
the troubles arising from the chop
1110114 indebtedness involved in the
settlement of the Pacific railroad mat
tcr. If tho administration has ac
coraphshod nothing else than the set
tlement of this tudebtedne9, so long
pending, it merits tho highest praise.
Under previous administrations prop
ositions to compromiso such Indebted
ness had boon entertained, and it was
thought that tho government would
lose largely on tlie advances it hd
made a generation ngo in aid of these
The reijublicnn administration now
J in power has managed by wise and un-
remitting effort to secure a complete
1 settlement on such favorable terms as
- I nrm,rlv heldoutnfthnniiA!itinn.
- J -
The treasury department Has received
and interest on defaulted payments an
I aggregate ui wtta,
Kansas Pacific, under tho control of
the Union Pactic,the sum of $6,303,000
principal, thus resulting in the recov
ery of the principal in full, an4 in-
terest a., more th'in 4 per cent on ail '
defaults of said mads. Adjustments
of tbe Central Pacific and We-u-rn
Pacific indebtedness have been
brought about by the exercise of . u
wise diplomacy on very favorable
terms to the govern m int.
Against this indebtedne-s, which in
total, including ail interest at 6 per
cent is -j8,M2,TI5, thei-a h .s already
been paid into the treasury almost
$12,000,000, while the balance or SIT,
000,000 is deemed to be adequately se
cured, so that it will be realized in a
series of short-time payments, with in
terest at 3 per cent all maturing
witbin the next nine years.
AX EVIDENCE of the growth of
manufacturing interests under a pro
tective tariff and of the Incroased
ability of our manufacturer to fuppij
the enormously enlarged consumption
under protection is found in the f ct
that the increase in importations
from 1S70 to 1S99 was chiefly in ar
ticles of foreign growth for uso of
manufacturers, while importations of
manufactured goods increased but
very little Woolen goods, which in
1870 formed the largest item in the
importation of manufacture?, amount
ing in that year to $34,490.f'68, have
fallen to $13,831,961 In 1899, while iron
and Bteel importations, which
amounted to 34.665,4o4 in 1870, have
fallen to $12,098,239 in 1S09. Oa the
other hand, raw silk for use of manu
facturers incroased from $",017,95S in
value in 1870 to $32,479,Cu7 iu 1899;
crude India rubber from $3,459,665 in
lOTft CTil 3.1 in 1KOO- tin fnr nan
r.v , ..v,, ... - "
in manufacturing and tin plate from
$1,324,338 in 1S70 to $11,843,357 in 1S9U:
hides and skins from $14,402,339 in
1870 to $41,988,045 in 1S99, and libers
for use in manufacturing from $6,043,
102 in 1870 to $20,i90.727 in 18'.i9.
INFORMATION AND OPINIO.
Today is the lust ilytl the great (?)
Omaha exposition. Preoident McKin
ley ought to b.ive mentinncd thai as
one of te blessed things to bo thank
ful for but ho .iidii't
l!ur-,'i!ir- en'erod the room of Mrs.
Stock well, the widow of a Nw York
jeweler, in the Savoy hold, in Lo.i.lon,
and t-ecnrel money and j w-lr to ti.o
amount of ('00.
Tho (iooilrich iron mine, near I-h-poming,
Midi., has been fold to tho
Oliver Mining company, which repre
sents the mining intere-is of theC'i -tiPgio
cosTiptny. The mine hasbMi
idle for tw nfy years.
The next great c-'lebrati-ui in Ni v
York is likely to be held in Sepu m(er,
1009, and it will b.- the ytXitii anr.ive - -
r ji, ..... ..r tu,. t i i ,.i
Manhattan liy llr-nry Hudson.
UOoih an ni versa,
was modestly c;
hold under the.
York HUtoric d
V, in Sept err her, ISC'.1.
lebr.ited bv a d.n-! '
to iety. There is al
ready talk that the anniversary may
be eelebratod by a woi ld' fair.
The city of P is. Mon oc county.
Mo., has b-ought suit against ne
Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad
for ?1500, the Mmouot expended by the
municipal authorities in maimuinint;
a quarantine against smallpox ana
caring for thoso who contracted the
disease. The city bases its claim on
the fact that the disease was taken to
Paris by Onarles Sandders, an em
o'oyo of the railroad, who was allowed
to leave a hospital at Scdalia while
Sven out of ten Spaniards who
served iu a Filipino artillery command
have been killed by tho Filipinos be
cause of tho discovery of a plot to sur
render the artillery to General Otis.
The three surviving Spaniards are
now in hiding in Manila.
A Brooklyn physician recently per
formed a remarkable operation. A
little girl swallowed a scrow one and
one-half inches long. A surgical op
eration would have endangered the
child's life. The doctor took some
tine strands of raw silk and mixed
them with some bread, which I ho ei-1
was induced to swallow. He waited
eight minutes for them to revolve in
the stomach. Then he pulled on the
threads, and the screw came out, hav
ing been enmeshed in tho Bilk.
Prosideni McKinley concluded bis
western trip Wodnesday, making tho
last of nearly 100 speeches at Young9
town, O. At the latter place he at
tended the wedding of his nephew. Dr.
W. MeKihley Duncan, and at 10
o'clock tbe special train left for the
east, being scheduled to reach Wash
ington next mo ning The president
trveled ove - 3," 0 mib-s on the trip.
iui iu, u won jeriui c rn crop- are
loia in mi in-! western -t, .tes Stalks
from twelve to fifie,?u fe-t h g i are
comm -in, but in Kay cour.t.v, Oklahoma
1 1 - .
onesniKois on louna th it me --
urns over twenty feet., foati:B th
record m le by a rexas -.t.ilk in 1SUS,
which measured nuc-.o.-n fo tat.d fi ur
inchet. Thia stalk h s been sent to
Wattiingtoa to ChiisjpIo for place at
the l'ris expos turn.
A French otlioer, Capt. Gerard, has
inrentod an army bey.l. wbicn prom
i3oa to do good eO v c-. Il folds. A
the word of comm md, the toldier
rldinsr tho bicycle dismount, folds
the machine io two. whips out the
handle bars,attache- two broa-1 straps
3lings it over his back and walk off
with no more incoovc nience than if he
is carrying his pick.
A. W. Atw.
oi sella tne best paint
The President's Philippine Pol
icy Warmly Supported.
EXTBACTSrRaS AKEC3NT SPEECH j
pri;..! - .!.,:!,, ri!ie r.iruierfuUnl
. . , . j AIutt ,
Slat Senator Th Iilaad D" .
Held by tbis loaatryinni -
Ar Prepared for a targer Degree ot
Slt Government -So Bugaboo cf 1m-
periaJism' for TJIm.
"We are dealing 'with, savages as
bloodthirsty and a s incapable of being I
reconciled as the Ogallala Sioux, j
They precipitated the conflict of
their own volition." I
A duty is imposed upon us by our j
occupancy of the Philippine sianus
. . . . . i i t
tnat we canuoi escape.
cur in what I understand to bo thet
policy of the president of the United I
.in i . - t -t -- ----.- - -. .. c
Perhaps the testimony of Admiral
Dewf y, concerning the situation in the
Philippines and the nation's present
duty there, does not appeal strongly to
the average fusionit, who is being led
by the party managers into opposition
of the government, for the reason that
the admiral is a Republican. Perhaps
the opinion of General Funston, the in
trepid volunteer from Kansas, has little
weight with them, because he, too, is a
Republican. May be the views of Gen
eral .Toe Wheeler will be more seriously
considered by them,
for the rcasc n that
I he once offered some pretty active and
effective armed resistance to the princi
ple of government without the consent
of the governed, enforced by Abraham
Lincoln, and liecause he has been a
life-long political opponent of the Re
We are sure, coming nearer home,
tliat Nebraska f unionists will put some
stress upon the opinion of William Vin
cent Allen, who was a member or tne
Uuited States senate until March 4, last.
Senator Allen voted for the ratification
r.f the, treat v of Paris, according to
recommendation of William Jennings
Bryan. He not only voted for it, blit
he" nrired irs ratification in stirring
speeches. He vigorously endorsed tho
course of the administration. H-i sc
ViTi.lv condemn;--1 thv T'i-'ij.iuos for
thi-ir"tivaelu-vy, a". I d l.uv l t!i"M a
bloodthirsty a-; th.-- tt..M'.I.aIa Sioux."
Tor fho ln.''it of hi- p-jlifie:d bix-rhrcn
we herewith ri--r.ro
lii S tfjveche- It--I t
Feb. 6. 1 Vr.. io a
lation, S. It. -:i ), d
i'-ba'" on j'lint r"!o
.larinj: Cic pun.o.se
t .-v-iii tho Plillip-
Vv'it'i.nn V. Allen
of tbe Unit,
pins i VLui-.l
"Mr. Pre -i.U ;:t
i ii' '. I.
I tons within tli- la-t te-.v n-i
hoars of a co;i-
f jot i?twr-c-u tJ:-- An. -ii -.-ah
! navy aud the 1 i:-.p:.rto
! state has fa'dvu mu.-h o
.-s 'of life
and limb. Ton out of ) ,vf t ne yoar.i:
iuf-n v.h.. lo.4 il.eir liv -s in the 1-uttle
that hxs V-c:ii fou'-'tit v uLiii t!: "1 lat 4s
j hours wevs in--ni
i bra ska infrinrvy.
.ers oi ( lie 1 irs?; Tse
Tht re is iu nu-cing in
Nebraska t l iv; there will b ; wepmg
in manv a Nebral;d home ti.nisrht. Mr.
Ii-esident. this ouirlit to b a warnuig to ;
us. I cannot condemn too severely the I
nssault, the treaeherous assault, made
upon our troops. e were uciiaus
with savages ns bloodihii'stj- and as
incapable r.f beinrr reconciled a1? the
Ogallala Sioux, lhev precipitated inis
conflict of their own volition.
We are in the Philippine iIuis
as a conquer ins nmuai-y power. i o
hold them by virtue of the power to
make war and in no other sense and
there those islands and those people
must remain, r?specting tlie dignity
and the sovereignty and the ll.ig of this
nation, until their statu anions the na
tions of the earth shall be denned by
cougress, tlie sole power to deal with
A few days Liter, m a debate on the
McEnery resolution, page 1,737 of tlie
Congressional Record, Senator Alien
"Mr. Presideut. our attitude in the
Philippines is a military attitude alto
gether. There is no civil power there.
We have held these islands ana win
continue to hold them by virtue of this
government until congress, carrying out
a duty imposed upou it by the constitu
tion, shall formulate and see that there
is adopted a system of civil government
for those people. I think that position
cannot lie successfully contradicted.
"Mr. President, a duty is imposed
upou us by our oocupancy of the Philip
pine islands that we cannot escape. I
would not incorporate those people Into
the body of our population or make citi
zens of them at this time. I fully con
cur in what I understand to lie the pol
icy of the president of t he United States,
to" hold them for such reasonable time
that the influence and education of this
government may prepare them in some
slight degree for the duties of an inde
pendent form of government. That f ur
nislies no exrnse for their assault upon
the duly constituted authorities in
those islands. That comes from their
lack of knowledge. It comes possibly
from those who have given them bad
alvice. I think it docs so largely, but
whether they be responsible or irrespon
sible, the first great lesson they must
learn is obedienue to the duly consti
tuted authorities of the islands until the
sovereianty changes lrom that author
ity to them."
A prominent railroad man of No
braska says that during the past 18
months the receipts of the Burlington
road for excess baife.tre have doubled.
This excess barrzasre is paid by coiuiiht
citl travelers almost entirely and indi
cates that there are more of thi'se com
mercial men on the rial, a.il tlioy are
each of them carry:!)',' a htrger amount
of Mm pie trunks wirn iU-t.:. This is a
true index of the coiiirv-ciiil prosperity
of the fctate. .
Is it any wonder tha: t'-c; price of
leef is high? Three years a-r t he labor
ing classes went without be"-f.
.ll f.-esh tut, e- w..:,
tin l.uurm su'.j -c or
s a dressing, ! ,! 1 '
; :. - n
Liniment is excel!, nr; wt'Ve fi
on wo'kinj hores, CHfcc'.a. !y
to heal, or sunrurtosr, '
qualities arr unequa ed P.- :
oOcts. F. G. Frieke. V Co.
Kept on hai.d ii Fj.
Troop's f-ed store.
bulk of xli Ik g chol -
i.t ten times th '
Th Het of all pill nre P.eechanv-i.
Kl.l l BLICAX TICKKT.
j Regent State University
.M. B. REESE
. G. M'GILTOX
V. B. ELY
finite ?c""i;d District
.r.Uf. J ESSEN
County Cierk JAMES KOKEKTSON
Co-mty Tictm.rer J.L.BARTON
District Cletk O. F. HOUSEWORTH
... , r- r-.i--r a '
County Judge J. E. DOUGLAS
ShenS T. E. WILLIAMS
county Superintendent ROBERT CASE
Coroner P. P. GASS
Surveyor t, t. hiliu.
Commissioner, Second District J. H . DAVIS
Dtucovrretl by m Woman.
Another gront discovery bas been
made, and that too, by a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened its
clutches upon her and for seven years
she withstood its severest tests, but
her vital organs were undermined ana
An4li o n a m 1 i m m Innnf Irtt t li rAA
UCUbli OUQUUCU IU1LU1U u w vi " -v
could not sleep. She finalli' discov
ered a way to recovery, by purchasing
of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, and was so
mm h relieved on taking first dose.
that 6he slept all night; and with two
bottles, has been absolutely cured.
Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus
write W. C. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby
N. C. Trial bottles freo at F. G.
Fricko & Co's. drug st-jre. Regular
size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle guar-
It is now authoritatively stated thai
there is absolutt ly no truth in the re
port that Congressman-elect Roberts
will go to Philadelphia to confer wilh
former S nator Kdmunds relative to
his right, under ihe constitution, to a
seat in congress as the representative
le for .11 HutvUfi.
New York Tribune: Almost every
household has a fev old gold and sil
ver watches tucked away in obscure
bureau drawers. The works are us
ually worthless, and the size of the
old-fcshijued timepieces make ihem
undesirable, even if they could he put
in order. Here is a atigRe.-tion
utilizing the c;:3e3, which are oi'.en
quaint nnd beautiful: Jl'aKe out the
works, have a jeweler cut off the
thumbpiecc nnd tiff in the hole. Tlien
make a round velvet or satin pin. ush
lon to match th colors of the bed
room, ami lit it tare: ally into the met
al case. A fat JJut h watch engraved
with windmills, transformed into a
blue silk cubliica, makes a- mot ef
fective iidditfon to a delft boudoir.
veu scour the world you will
n V " li d a - emedy equal to One Min
ute Couirh Cu:-o,"o-ivs Editor Fackler,
of it.e Micinopy, Fit., ''Hustler." P
u-i-d hi- family of lagrippe and saves
T ."js. mils from pneumoni , bronchitis.
. r. uu u.d all ihroat and lung troubles.
F. . Frieke &, Ci.
The iSj: :x:et ill Xiime.
A iaucii or ..u .:io:i in IVru is a
hacienda; in Venezuela it is a hatos,
in the Argentine Republic an esiancia,
in Chile a rancho. In Uruguay a finca,
and the proprietors are called ha( in
dados, hatoras, estanciaros, rauche-o?
and finearos, respectively. In Per i
there are volunteer fire companies in
nearly all the cities similar to those
we used to have in the United States
before the days of paid organizations,
antl they are called 'hombarderos."
The Appetite of a Goat
Is env.ed by all poor dyspeptics
whose stomach and liver are out of
order. All such should know that Dr.
King's New Li'o Pills, the wonderful
stom ch and liver remedy, givos a
spl nihd appetite, ound digestion and
a regular bodily habit that insures
perfect health' and groat energy.
Only 2c, at F. G. Frieke & Co's drug
The l'opn inl the Fowder.
T.nci vs.ir whfn the none was
fering from hoarseness. Drlapponi
prescribed a powder, and advised the
patient to curtail a discourse he was to
deliver during the day. Leo XIII. pock
eted the powder. As to the discourse,
he did not omit a word of it. In vain
did the doctor repeatedly clear his
throat as a reminder to Ihe pope to
economize his strength. His holiness
kept on. end even purposely raised his
voice. After finishing his address he
sent for Dr. Lapponi. handed him the
powder, and said, laughing: "Here,
my dear doctor, take your powder
Yourself: von pviifentlv need it more
Millions of dollars, is the value
placed by Mrs. Mary Hird,Ilarrisburg,
on the life of her child, which she
stved from croup by tbe U6e of One
Minute Cough Cure. It cures all
whs. enlds r.nd thro.t and lung
troubiec. F G. Frieke & Co.
Cah I'riven for I'lnrterph.
For tho six best photographs of
farm scenes along it- line in Nebraska
and Kmsas.the Burlington route offers
six cash pris-one or S20, oe of MO
and four of -" each. Photo-raphs of
growinsr croos. harvesting operations,
feed-lots, poultry, cattle, barns and
creameries are particularly dosired.
No limitations as to s Z3 or finish are
made The contest clones November
:;o 1S!) J. Francis, General Passen-J7C--
Ant, Burlington Koute, Omaha.
President Kin, Frtrmer' Bmk,
IJn. ic tn. Mich., has uod DeWitt's
f.ittl- E-rly Risers in his family fr
ven-s. s-.v- thy are iho bt. These
f .n ous li'l'.e pills cu e constipation,
hi!i..u-tie-s and xll Hv-r a a bowel
trou' des. F. G Frieke & Co.
Invalids and EHen.
Seventy-five per cent of the popula
tion of Manitou. Colo., are Invalids and
exiles from their homes. Nearly every
state and territory and civilized coun
try in the world is represented.
The rnirsat UnBJg.
Kt a recent meeting of the Russian
Academy of Sciences Professor Dills
advocated the use of English as a uni
versal language for"men of science.
a..v u.i ? tk f a. kit. i jit jiidfti jutn
-t: Ci....'v-iA 4T.55i.'ik.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Carole, of
Washita, I. T. Ho writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Hitters ha- cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had
caused her great suffering for years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
head and face, and tho best doctors
could give no hei p; but her ctre is com
plete and her health is excellent."
This phews what thousands have
proved, that Electric Hitters is the
best blood puiiil
r known. It's tbo
tor ec.ema. tenor.
Bait rheum, ulcers, boils, and tunning
sores. It btlmulates liver, kidney nnd
bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion
builds up the strength. (Inly "0 cents.
Sold by F. i. Fricko .V Co. druggitts,
CieK l'H-r Making.
There is talk in Canada of manufae
turing news paper at a cost not ex
ceeding I cent a pound, and of com
peting in tlie market on this side of the
border. It is considered that such a
thins is possible if the manufacture be
conducied on a large -scale. News
prodiK-trd at a cost of a cent a pound,
even v itli duty and freight charges
added, would be a disturbing element
in the New York ::iso i;t, for example,
and 'wo. ild compel our manufacturers
to do some very clos.? figuring.
N.itu'e cn only f-'cd the il .mo '
lif wi-h the f oi eaten wh ch is di-
4til nro-bine. will rei n v i irnra t a
weak s'OT.ach, and so improy- diges
tion to ii'-ure tho natural b o in cf
he iltq. Price 50 rt-. i'. C l-M.Vi.i
AVHTIU I'rli'.s .V.-ir
?l all !i."ul.
A tepid bai h is .. i
freshing th:-.n a i.:.l
seems to ref:uh i ior(
p.. m.iiw utiy re
'1 lie la. tcr
:-t the moment.
but cold wuler promotes rapid eiicu
lation, thus causing lieat, whereas
tepid will leave the skin cool an.i
moist. A small ,uantity of ammonia,
or the audilh.n 'of a little soda, to tli
bath is ust t'ul in iae of undue per
spiration, hut Wi:er with atltlitions ot
this ki.'.d must not le used for the fa. -i.
Bathing with ammonia in the wafei
Will piove vei y l . fresli ing Io a tiled
body or weary feci, alter a lontr val
Or I'irx ele rid...
cured liy T.t)
men1. It ie-v
c ' . i ' i 1 o '
F. ieke . ..
if the tuo-t siutib irn a: d
,i- nf p ! s ir. v' li.-f ii
ei-'s I! ii l.cyo I'iie i liiit
er f ills to cure. " I'rici-,
lie?. t-.b s To etw. 1'.
The Illinois Contral's new line into
Coune 1 HiuiTs lois heen so far com
pleted that a train passed uvoi tha
line b.-twicn Dot-ni-on a:.d Council
Bluffs S-tturday the gia.ling nnd
track luyintr having been completed
between those two poin n.
White's Cream Vermifuge is a
highly valuable w eptrati.-n, capable,
from tho promptitude of its .iciion, of
clearing the s.tstem in n few hour? o
every wot m . J'lice 2-3 cts. F. G
Frieke & t o.
Any one predisposed to Scrofula can
never be healthy and vigorous. This
taint in the blood naturally drifts into
Consumption. Being such a deep-seated
blood disease, Swift's Specific is tlie
only known cure for Scrofula, because
it is the only remedy which can reach
Scrofula npwtireil on tlie h-a.t ot myllttlt
fframlehild when only 18 ui.-iuhs old. bliortly
after breaking mil it spread rapidly all ov.;r
her body. The scabs on tliesor.-P would peel
Off on tlie 8l!tfht-sl luucli.aud Uie odor that
would arise made the at- Jrf'FSF
mnsnhere of the room ..v1
,ickenini and unlaral.le.'
The disease next attacked
the eye, and we feared she
would lose her sisht. Kni
tnent physicians from the
surrounding count rv were
consulted, hut tsmld do JL
nomine to relieve uie in-
as their opinion that tin
.. ir.lj lli.fu.li,S llll. I iin-
TMW'JiMe ti s.ive the child's eyesiuht. It WrtS
then that we .el.ld t.. try sitlrt's .-Seltic.
Thai medicine at once mail.-a speedy mid com
plete cure, she is now ii ymiiit; lady, and hus
never hud a sign ot the dis.-a,e to r. funt.
MttS. KtiTH Hf KKKI KV.
s-n Una. Km.
Scrofula is an obstitrnte blood disease,
and is beyond the reach of the average
blood medicine. Swift's Specific
is the only lvmedy equal to such deep
seatetl diseases; it goes down to th"
very foundation nnd forces otit every
taint. It is unrrhi rrrji lahb-, nnd is
the only blootl ivmetly gimrtn?ed to
contain no mercury, jH.ittsh or otln-r
mineral substunce wliaiever. .
Books mailed free by Smlt Spcciiic
Comnany, Atlanta, Georgia.
- -y i
I helrs the team. Saves wear and
1 t-i-l.l n-t-'j. ifrc
oTANOAKO Ulk cu
mi . 1
r. - - .
attcntiuu to tli
dc'sirt's to call
tr.'ido that he
tvlc of stove
and furnitiuv v-vrr shown in
I'lattsnmnt h :iml that lu can
not be ir.nh i ''l ly any tleali r
in the jLfivat sl;iteof Nebraska,
e tnatle his )urchascs before
the recent ureal advance in
prices, and is riving" his cus-tonu-rs
the benefit of that fact.
lhese are I acts WlliCll yotl
cannot aiioi.l to owrlook when
in lued f anvthinif in his line.
II ai air .vise yon will take
a clo-,e loolc thronuh his store-.
rooms IkT. w bnyinif.
I. PEARLM AN,
ite The c Tirt hi'U-
PI tnv ieh.
-'. ; nIUh PlHMvnil Hr.l
Original U'I 1HT
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41 ,1 u. ..
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tr Mull. I .
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rt. p,"in int-r. It rrmrm
11.111 i -n,nci:.i n
B. 1 1 ail L .i
To Look Around
! f i t; you make purchases.
A'ter you i,.iv; 1 tilted elsewhere.
.in. in i;, ;.nl wo L'uarantei'-.
will i. pi.-a.-ed. Our now spring
( i:.Oi'. -.
( ri .-.
is a' rived, including Dry
St.ni'e and Fancy (iro-ri'i-iii-rv,
(Ilassw ire, Flou-
": t,d ( t il. A s.piar.j deal to nil.
PURE! HEALTHFUL !!
re tendy, willing and
to Hupi.ly tho wants
selo'ol children m
Th latest oopular
t m b st wearing
Clio' i ocket-fittinjr
p-ie. ,. V give a
v.- ii v -ry p iir of -cl ool
North i.ldc Main Street.
;t. new ngr an.,
.tter than ever
s ;.r.-; 1 1
to taJte ctiri
A Guiiorai Llvrru Buslnejs
ijiclc tr'ie ci.vdo to nil parts of '
county. Low prices and courl--ou,
treat met) I assured.
rltl.ts SIX I II M VINE
PIkIU month. Velira-ka.
R GUTHMANN, Prop
liy ijoi tt'ed and tfli
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