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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION i
LIVINGSTON LOAN AND !
Of Hlittsniouttl. Ni litiisl. i. n tl. ;;. ,;,
.llll.r. I i
First turt.':uv lu;n;s . . s.s.u 71
Slock loillis 114.-, t,i
Di liii'im nt interest. pr nmni,,. tuu-s
Hii'l Uiies 1.3
Expenses m;il taxis, insuruin-i- p.vil
mill ;tihaii,vl 1 HI 71
Other assets, n-si rve fuml ;t vi
Iii al fjau-tviiir:u'i ;.:.7 i.i
Total ViyY.u SO
Capital stork paid up fM.Wl u)
Hl'slTVe fllllll ... 1,74 Ml
riidlvliUti jirxlit- i;i.-.H lj
Total -r, .4.0 to
KKCKIITS AM) K.l'KMlTri:K
for tlif yi-ar emltm; June :'. I'.' '4.
Jlaliini'con h;.n,i .Inly 1. I;K3 ? 1.173 71
Interest, premiums ami Hues 4.iM TU
Loans repaid s.ilsil 10
lii'Hl psiitte I'uiilra.'H Wi i)
.MeniWtMiip fees I .V '.'I
Transfer fee 25
Mlvt'llancous 73 ..i
Loans, IO;7 00
Mock issleenieil ll.t'Cs 4;'
Cash 011 hand ill..', 31
Keturn premiums s p;
Interest oil U. I' 3 57
Total f:t.'.:f!4 li:
Kroner.: Nkiiuaska. i
Cuuiity of Cav 1 s-
1. Henry H. (irrlnir. secretary of the aliove
named assmMiitlon, do soletniily swear that
the furexoliitf .statement of the eoniiltlonof
said iissui'lutluti. Is true ami correct to the
best of my knowledge and hellef.
IlENHY K (iKHIS'li. Secretary.
SuhscrllM'.l and sworn to In-fore me this ;nth
day of . I line. HM4. Tiiom: Wai.i.ini;.
(sbal) Notary I'ulillc
n.R. s'MITH. .
C. A. .M.tlisiui 1.. -Directors
'It) HKIi.M A I.i.M.M AND FltKUKKICK'
Leiiiin. Infants, and to Max l.eiiiin. their father
ami administrator ile Imidsnoii of tin- estate
of William (iuthmmi. dei'eased. iion-ri-slileius
if the state of Nebraska, anil to Marv h'n ek
low. Anim (ioos. Imlsa (iiithinaii." Kdward
tiuthmati and Ida (iiithnian. von ami each of
you mid all other persons lute're-inl are here
tiy notllied that on the Mli day of .Inne. I.,i4.
William Oiithiiiiin tiled his i-t i 1 1 on In 1 In'
county court, of Cass count v. Nebraska. In
the matter of tin- estate of Wlilhim (iuthiiiau.
deceased, asking for settlement of said estate,
and that lots 1 ami In block 73. In the cltv of
I'lattstnouth. In Cass county. Nebraska, and
lots 3 to 7. both inclusive. In Toivnsend's addi
tion to said city, be assigned to said W illiam
(iuthiiiau. .Mary h recklow. Anna tioos. Louisa
(.tubman. Kdward llnthtimii ami M:i 1.111I1
tnan. each a inii-si-veiilli part thereof, and to
said Hernia l.eiiiin and Frederick l.emm each
undivided om-foiirteeiith part thereof as the
homestead of the hue William tiuthman. and
free from all claims of the creditors of W!'
Ham tiuthman. ami of the rusts of adminis
tering his estate and for C'Hillahlc relief. You
lire required to answer said petition 011 or be
fore Monday, the sth day of Auitust. lit 4. mid
'i hearing thereon will be had on tae Will day
of Auvust, l'l'l. ut 10 o'clock a. in.
H.invr.Y !). Tiiavis.
County .luiU'iMif Cass County. Neb.
J esse L. Kin it. Attorney for I'etltloner.
Notice to Creditors.
CassCoiinty. In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of John C. I'tak.
Notice Is hereby (riven that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administratrix of
taid estate, before Lie. county jiiilKe of Cass
utility, Nebraska, at the county court room
In riallsmouth. in said county, on the Ziti day
i.f July. l:ni4. and on the '.'3d day of January.
190.1. lit lllo'clocl; a. m. each day. for the pur
jiose of presenting their claims for examina
tion adjustment and allowance.
Six mouths are allowed for the creditors of
s.ild deceased to present their claims, and one
year for the administratrix to settle sain es
tate, from ti e u'3d day of July. r.mi.
Wli.ncss my baud and seal of said county
court, ut I'latishiouth. Nebraska, litis. Mli
day of June. i:mi.
H.UiVKY I'. Tiiavis.
IsEAI.l County JuiK'e.
To llenriitta it Wulcott. I.ii.ytl I'. Wolcott
and Jeaiinette 'I'ei L'ardeii. and' to all other
oersons interested : Von and each of you are
hereby notllied that on tile llth day of July.
Isaac W. TccL'arilfii as ailmiiiist ralor of
the estate of Creena A. Woleott. deceased,
hied his tlnal account and petition for the al
lowance thereof and for the assignment of
the residue of the estate, real lllld personal, of
said deceased. In the county court of Cass
county. Nebraska. Thai the said court. 011
the llth day of .luiy. I'm I. lixed the 5th day of
AiiL'usi. I'.MI, at II 0'1'liN'k a. in., and the coun
ty court room In the court house in I'latls
110 null. Cass count y, Nebraska, as the time
and place tor hearini; said petition, and 11 1 1 -Justine
and nIIou nu's.aid account. The said
1etll loner claims that the above named Hen
rietta II. Wolcott. Lloyd P. Wolcolt and Ji an-
t'e Teecarileii are the sole ami only heirs at
law of said deceased, ami they alone are en
titled to receive the residue of said estate. If
you fail to appear af said time and place and
nb.lect to said in lint and to the assiiMimciil
of the residue of the estate reai and personal
nf said ih ased to t he said Henrietta It. Wol
cott. Lloyd P. Wolcott and .leati' tle Teeiiar
ilen, said accoiii t will be allowed and such as
signment of said estate made.
Ilv the Court.
llAltvcv II Tiiavis.
Jsti County . ludu'e.
'MrV mm MM Afl.illl7
1 T .': .neiCj
S2.25 and $2.50
If You Want Tens We Have
Them at $2.00 Up.
in s-mixith. tine Dun-i;-oh.
1 JUk-Ik r Cut. a well
dresser's lhiK'C. li'l
I SHERWOOD & SON :
STOP VAST ixnrsTiiv
NEARLY 50.0CO PACKING HOl'BE
EMPLOYES GO CUT CN STRIKE.
Country Can Receive but L tVe Fresh
Meat Lnti One Side Capitulate or
Ncnuion Men Are Found Packcrt
Vamiy Offer to Arbitrate Issue.
C'hirugu. July 13 As a nsuli cl
a ills.iriri'euiciit, one oi tho mcsi oxu-u-:e
strikes m th history ol the u.-.ai
packing mdustry of tho I'uiu-a ataiei
lb u u lu Chlcaso. Kansas City, Omaha,
St Juteiih and other cltlo whoro
large aiking ylauts aro located. If
l'rulougeU, the 6inke IS expected lo
cause wiileiroad lucouvenletue, ts
Bibljr enualing the ar.ttraclto coal fam
ine of two years agu. The unai.ia.lty
of the strike was complete.. More
than 45.000 employes are directly in
volved. In Chicago aloue 18,000 men
are on strike. The effect of the strike
on the food supply of the country and
the price of meats is being earnestly
discussed notwithstanding announce
ment that the packing houses, con
trary to somewhat general expecta
tions, will continue operations without
any close down, employing whatever
help may le obtainable. How much
alleviation in the furnishing of sun
piles to the public this course may
afford Is a matter of wide variation of
opinion. The packers declare that
hundreds of men who could not be
provided with places have been apply
ing dally for work.
The walkout here wag atarted by
the employes of the killing depart
ments at tho various packing houees.
The killers were followed by the work
era in other departments as fast as
the current work left by the slauRht
erer? jimTd gleaned up, The sTR
ers were greeted ty crowjs of women
and children, many of whom Joined
BTVi' workniet oi) U' out
hard march, 'mere was absolutely to
sign of disorder. A picturesque
scene was presented when the sau
sage factories and cannrnes worr- left
by their forces. There are 1,000 glrU
employed In these dopanmen's. Clad
in the variegated garb of factory girU,
this army of femiuir.e strikers trtrped
blithely along the main thoroimhf ire
of the stock yards and were roundly
cheered as they emerged through the
gates and distributed themsolv :s
through the crowds of men who await
ed their coming. "We aro with you
till tho last," the girls exclaimed,
smiling prettily as they stood around
and talked over the situation with
their male companions in the strike.
Can Hold Out 0ne Year.
President Michael Donnelly of tho
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butchers' union, and leader of the
Strikers, said that he believed the
f'trlker6 would have little difficulty In
withstanding a 6iege of more than a
year with the strike funds the unions
have on hand.
Arthur Meeker of Armour & Co,
said: "We consider the demand of
the union for an advance In waxes of
unskilled labor entirely unwarranted
by industrial conditions. We could
not concede it and proKsed to submit
the question to arbitration, which the
union declined to do, and called a
strike at all our plants1. Every depart
ment is kept running, however. Wo
have tad applications from hundreds
of unemployed men at less wap's
than we have been paying and every
day expect to Increase our output."
President Donnelly, the strike lead
er, said: "I wish to make It clear that
we are not fighting for an increase of
wages, but against a decrease. To
unskilled workmen, the average wage
was lSVi cents, but when wo asked
that this ba made the minimum wago
they cut it to 174 and 15 cents. Men
could live on 13 cents If they got
s'eady work, but in some plants men
have been able to make only thirteen
tours a week at tb!s wago scale. They
could not live on iL No one could."
The employes of the stock yards
here are not affected by the strike,
and while in view of notices sent by
commission houses to their country
customers, shipments may fall off to
some extent, It Is expected that cattle,
hogB and sheep will still continue to
arrive from the west. This expecta
tion grows out of the fact that under
the recent decision of tho Interstate
commerce commission rat03 shall be
qual to small and large shippers and
that no rebates aro permissible The
little slaughterers in Chicago and trrs
east will require nioro cattla on ac
count of the decreased killing of tho
big packers on account of tho 6trlko.
What .promised for a moment to de
Telop Into a riot waa nipped In tho
bud at midnight while cotB were be
ing unloaded from wagons to ba used
ty nonunion men inside the paclrlr.tr
houses. A large crowd of persona had
congregated across tho 6troot and as
soon as the work of unloading com
r.cnred a rush was made to overturn
the wngor.s. Policemen fn:'ratod tho
attempt, however, and placed three of
the ringleaders under arrest. The
rest of the crowd was dispersed aftr
cons' lerabln difficulty.
All Qu't at Kansas City.
Kansas City, July 13. "All of our
mm aro out," said Iml Helnhart,
who 1.B3 charge of tho strike- In Kan
sas City. "All the men of our unions
who were at work cumo out and there
aro as many again who wire not at
the plants ti:at will not go tt work un
til tho strike is settled. All tho rr.cn
tsve teen Instructed to s'ay away
from the plants and avoid any !
lence. We Co r.ot expect tho strik
will lnit long, but we ran stand It all
summer. If necessary."
The packers lave less to say. They
to r.ot expect the strike to lust long
r.d scnio houses may attempt to kill
t fw animals today.
SUMMARY 07 CROP CONDITIONS.
Corn Has Advanced DeciaMjly Curing
te Last Wee.
Yash:r.gvu. y.'.y Tho wiuther
bureau's weekly summary if crip
tvt..'.:: :. r.s is us fy.'.i s . Over U.
gviater part of the t:t. l t con; has
i:.;.iU' vuutvus stowtfc. bat n-nur.u-o
; ra:r.s have prevented cul::atU n
si. J much ef the crop Is weedy In
the northerly districts corn is g. ncal
ly lai kwatit but has advanced decli-
ily liur.ug the past week.
Winter wheat has sustained great
JSmage from continuous heavy ra:na
In Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and
Missouri, where the u:iharvestvl grain
was seriously damaged by rust and
lodging and that in the shock by mold
ing and sprouting. Harvesting was
also greatly hindered by unfavorable
weather in the districts east of tho
Mississippi river, where tue condi
tions, however, were tr.'K h more seri
ous than In tho states of the lower
Missouri valley While spring wheat
tat suffered slightly from rust over
the southern portions of the spring
wheat region and is thin and weedy
on lowlands In northern Minnist a.
the crop as a whole has advanced fat
Ufactorlly. It is now heading In
North Dakota and Minnesota.
In common with other grains, r.a's
have suffered from moisture in tho
lower Missouri valley, but elsewhere
this crop has made sntisfa fi.ry pro
gress, although rank growth Is report
ed from portions of Minnesota.
Russians Stop British Steamers.
Perlni, Straits of Dab-el Mundeb,
July 13 Tho lirltish steamer M- ne
laus, from the Clyde for Shanghai,
which arrived here, reports that she
and the Ilritish steamer Crewe Hall,
from the Clyde for Kurrahee, were
topped on Juno 11, lu the Red sea,
south oj Jedda, by the Russian volun-1
foer fleet s'teahier St. Petersburg, j
which carried eight guns and a large
crew. Poth steamers were boarded
ftnd all their papers and manifests
overhauled. The vessels were do-
tained four hours, after wfclch the St.
Petersburg steamed off to the north
ward. Highball Breaks Leg.
New York, July 13. Highball, tho
American dorby winner and one of
the best of tho throe-year-olds, broke
Ms leg ut the ankle during the running
of the Seagate stakes at Iirlghum
Heath. As Highball is insured for
$I2o,0i0, a message was sent to a rep
resentative of the Insurance company
in New York to como at once to look
at tho derby winner end end his
agony. When It became evident that
the saving of the horse was Impossible
Highball was chloroformed and shot..
Highball's l'-it foreleg was broken In
Six Drowned In Waterspout,
Oklahoma City, Okla., July 8. A
waterspout, accompanied by terrific
wind, passed through Clinton Okla.,
and vicinity at midnight, in which six
persons were killed and several In
jured. The dead are; Mrs. Haker and
three children, Mr. and Mrs. Johr
Pleniier. All were drowned. Reports
from Arapahoe, Weatherford. Geary,
CoriM!, Anidarko and other points
in Oklahoma toll of great damage by
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Day's Trading and
'liir:if., July l'J.--Thi drnw:u-i out con
dition of the wbcut crop ciiuscd a ti-t gnlri
uf lViil'ic lu prii'is Iuti- tmlay. Corn
i-lusi'il u simile ("IT. Oats tf-rr riown o.
Provisions iowi.. a gain of rt.or. elm
Wlnat July. !i:'c; Sept., StJir; Doc
K.Vh,!-; Mny, Wir,
Coin-July. IsVic; pppt., it'-i"; lire,
44-V; Ma.v. 4l'c
Huts -July, :;"sc: Sept.. 31-id f"c., ?;:; ;
l'ork-Jiily, $12.S, S"pt Jli.i1': Oct,
LurU-July, $11.1)3; Sopt.. fT.OTti,: flrt.,
Ul!is-Ji:ly, S7.; g.'pt., IT.UTVj. Oct .
CliKnifo Cnsh Prlrrs No. '2 red rnint.
JLOUU,: No. :t ri-il wli.Mit. O.V.i,l.oO: No. 2
hard whi-ut, i)tWt'.s:; No. S tiara wlcnt. S"
iilKio; No, i! ciiwtt corn, 4iU1ic; No. R
cash corn, WnuVip; No. 2 yellow- corn,
fjOHc; No. S yellow corn. fOc; N. 2 ckii
oats, 87r; No. 2 whit oats, 4:',7-.'',e.
Omaha Grain Market.
Omiiha, July l'J.-Clus!::g prices oa th
Omaha Oralu f-xvliaiigpi
Wbnat July, HIci Spt., 7K";o; I inc., 7'."',.
Corn-July, 4Hi; Hvpt., 44c; Doc, B'iV.
Oal July, Wc, s.jpt.. 2rHr: lice., yr-v-.
Omaha Canti 1'rKt-s-No. 2 bnrd wlnat.
84ft8Ac; Na 8 hord wl.iut. sHfts-jc: No. I
hard wbi-nt, 73e; Ko. 2 spring wt-nl, '.'(
tioc; No, 2 cajh corn. 47c; No. 3 cnsh corn.
7o: No. 4 cash corn, 44Vi'44ci Nix. 2
whlta corn, 47il4Hoi No. 8 wt.it corn, 4l'i
047Vir: do grade. 4Vic; No. 2 cnsh outs,
8W33SV: No. ensb outs, 8i1s.;trt7,?; No 4
csab onts. Xx; No. 2 whit oata. 8Sci No.
8 white out a, RiUtlHc; No. 4 wblt oin,
8.")C; staadurd oats. S7fl.17Viv
Chicago Live Stock.
riilctigo, Ju'y 12.-Cattle- I(i:isclpis. .,
fi alowi good to prime atcirs, $3.R'.,f1.41,
poor to iiimllum, $4.iov0i: Htoclom n r. 1
f.'edors, f'.'..OO; cows, $1 .:Kj4.fW: hi-lf
rs, iJ.tni'jtCti; ennncrs. Sl .Vi'.r.' w. nulU
$2.il0y4.4ii. calrtta, ti ."'..tul; s1'MT.
atccrs. S.'i.lHi. Mogt- Ilocolpts toOiiy, la,t:
tomorrow, ?i.nm: slowi inonlv n.-.nilt.nl :
mlxBil ami loit'-lnTK. ?,.?', ...tri: good to
clioliv lii'iivy. J". :U ii,.. o, rough lumv.
y.:r.ir.:.'M; iut, r.,-j.Viir,.r,; toju t nics
J.".::o.t". 40. Mii'cp. - Ki-cvipts. lo.eon. slow
g(,i,. u, choice wthcrs, si CiO'tii f.iir t,.
rlmli'i' iiiIm:I, f :t. "h ;''. 4fi n-tcrii sheer
I l..r-ii.-. mi; tothu Intuit J l miicT.el). rt
fro li.ti.l-s, J7.40.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kann city. Jnlv l.'.-Cattie-Kecclpts.
1,1"': steinly to JOi; loner; choice cupi.rt
ml drens.,1 li.-.f atecrs. $'i..V".i'k.r,; f,,r t.,
g ioiI. j I .'i.i 40; wcuwrn f.-. atu rs. $tm
ii.4.T."; at'dliers ntnl fi-e.'en, J'i 7,v?-l ,Vc
southern Mecm, :i.Uif(4.7t; soiittiern rows,
$'.Mii;i..V tm.lvo i'uvi .'.ii,;4 ''.,, tiHtlvn
heifers, rim ,.-.. i; liulis, ti.Mtii mi;
riivis, j: :,i,i4 ..v). ii. .gs it..(-.ipt, i,(.i'
ln.il.-e lottcf top, $.".".; I.tilk if sales,
SI so-,..-, m: ticavT, 1 1 !'.V.if..VV psck-crs,
SI..Vkw:, ni; -ilgs an.) ll.-ht, Hr.(,(Hw'
fheep II Ipt. "t; slew; nnth c Intnl. s,
l4..V'i.''i -'i -tcrn Intnl. s. ( I.Mk.tit J.'.; f,.,
nii. fit::.,:"!'; Tcn cllc ymrl'rgs.
IS T.V.i-l 7:.; Texas cll pi, shecf,
I2R; s'.uckprs st.il tr''.rt 2 ,'r.(4 Ut.
30,000 .1 APS A KE LOST
RLSS'A NMNES CA'w:H FEARFL'L
CARNACL AT PORT ARTHUR.
N'ajjai.rts A-t Ep!c::ci .. ng a
Kijnt Attack jn R.is ,,r Put O'l.
L.ss cf Life C't.-.ttsr S ctf Com
rvencen-.ert ot v ar in far East.
Uor.!en. .'uly 13 The Mo:r.:r.t,
1'i'i-t g Jhl !.! C -! cs; I. '.i t,t ms
that "ie J.ip..i:ts iMi':,i ty land
lull. it .it I'ert Arthur S,it...,i L.ght
krj reiv-rted ti. he bien .i' ii. but
tone the ii.. ny ti.i.a! war d.s
patches t'.-.entlou a JaiaLese disitter
at I'ort Arthur.
St. IV'erstiiirg, July 13 A d'.-patch
from a Uussian ci-r peiii',e!.t at Muk
den, date I July VI, iays; "An ord;;.
to intelligence received here, the Tup
ar.ese last night attacked poni'ions
near Port Arthur and were repuNi d
with enormous losses, net 1-ss than
S.m-'J, It Is said, tuit.g U.Ued or
wounded by our mines."
The Jaiaiitse advance to Ta Ti he
Kino is shrotnleil in mystery. No teli
grams have heett received by the gen
eral staff or the admiralty slnre Lieu
tenant General Sal.hareff's ii: stmt, h
of July It', with the exception of a ie
port from General KouropatUin. lever.
Ing the events detailed ly General
Sakharoff, which whs delayed hecatise
It had followed the eniper. r o:: his
Journey to the Wln't region.
The ever.itig e ntlins of the i?t.
Peterstiurg newspapers ivretnini stly
puldlshed the telegram freni Tokio
rerxirting another appearance of tl.
Tort Arthur squadron, on 'he morning
of July 'J, and this gladilei.ed the
hearts of the holiday trowd. ..
The Japanese account of tl.e fight
ing at Kal Chou Is offset t y the aiinils
s'on that th"y are leing greatly wor
ried" by General Rer.net.Uampff's Cos
sacks. It hns been Intimated to tNe Asso
ciated Press torrespotide.it by the
general staff that Is jirobable tho
Japanese will not attempt to take Yin
low before they capture Ta TVhe
Klan, as otherwlVe they would he lla
Lie to an unexpected attack from tli
Ta Tchu K'.ao force, which Is within
easy striking tllBtance, thanks iu Ike
The Japanero ndvanen north will
perhaps lie delayed for some days,
until the southeastern columns con
verging ut Sian I Man compel Major
General Mistchenko to draw off, leav
ing tho Sluyen road clear to Tuntchle
and Ta Tche Klao.
As s(Kin as tho Japanese troops en
ter Via Kow and succeed in removing
the mines from the mouth of the Llao
river, the Japanese gunboats lying
along tho east will como up, but It is
not beltoved that the Japanese will
venture to land a force or send war
material as long as tho I'ort Arthur
squadron If able to come out when
ever it likes.
There is Tomo anxiety hero regard
ing a report that the cruiser Askold
has been damaged and It is noticed
that she was not mentioned In the list
of warships constituting the squadron
on its last appearance.
May Quit New Chwang.
Colonel Nevltsky of the general
staff In an Interview says: "The re
stilt of the loss of Kal Chou will i roll
My he the evacuation of New
Chwar.g. General Kouropatkln's po
sition Is more difficult than that whl'1'
confronted Iord Roberts In Pmith Af
rica. It Is as If Iird RuNt's re
ceived hiu supplies by rail via Cnn
s'antlneple, Cairo and Central Africa
It will be n lor.; time before General
Ko'iropEtkln wll have enouch supplies
ar.d men to assume 'he offensive. In
the meanwhile he will have tn fight
rear guard srMons"
MUST KEEP ON RETIRING.
Japanese Taku Shan Army Moving cn
Russians In Two Columns.
Toklo, July 13. The Japaneso Taku
Shan army is moving northwi bt from
Sluyen. It fought a scrlt a of small
battles with the Russians on July 9
and M, The army u divided Into tw i
columns, which advanced against the
Russian. Whin the first column ap
proached Chi Kuan Chlng the Rus
sians retreated south wet-1 through the
valky, but at 6 o'clock in the evening
they took up a position on the heights
west cf Chou Chla Chang. The Rus
sians were tlltilodged at dusk, when
the second Japanese column advanced
along the road toward Tong Chis, r
puli-lng small bodies of the enemy en
route. They attacked the advance line
of tho Russians near Sin Vang Laku
The Russians were reinforced and
eompolled the Japanese to withdraw.
At dawn on July 10 the two columns
attacked and dislodged th Russlanf
from tho heights west of Slu Chla
Kti. The Ja;.ajise purstied them and
again attacked a strong vs!tion held
hy the Russians at Sluti houlk. Aftr
occupying Kai Clou General Oku'?
army moved northward. Tho Rus
sians have uror.g defeiiM-s st Taping
shan nn:l camps near Kuo Cl.lapao
General f)l;u p:;ably will t.t'.tk
these posltjnns u.4 s'sm ns I. Is trni i"
are re-" l. In the fl'.t of Julv S and
I' ti e Japaneso b:t about IV' men
The Rus;dan losses are l'"l:- ved 'o
have Leer; heavier
Says Russiat Crfiter Blundered.
Victoria. :. C, July 1,1 -William
Klrton, tvii-' m spot,,;, t.t V r !!." Iit.
den Graphic, arrive 1 hi r on the
stenr."r Ktuprcss tf India fr ::i Yoko
l.srra Kirrn sayi tin; nu;st ,n ol"
cers at tlie battle nf t). Yalu !ue.l
I lur.ilerliiu. cor.trailb t.iry nrdc-s.. lend
Ing to several rilsai-'trnns evolii'lors.
which the ,Inrar.'ci tis-e I t n Ivnr.t
nre In the hand ! ' r, l f.kl.t!n
frr.e nf wl.lih he saw. f!.o Russ'ars
were r.o jr.atch fT th" JdpT.e Jr.
plte of fhe'.r super'.er t! y'iiue
"' ' U l' l' 't i : s,. .,,., i .
1 el, I ci I . i J 1 1 1 1 1 cl 1 1 n IM-li
''bi.siiat; ch;.ri!i Saiiu ,( ,
" is ait. 'i,i, il U a large i r-wd
I'l '.' t ; II 1 Cli'.iNislcd i;,.l ,,f
M l lilt'
'i mikIicI , II.,- !,vu;ar ,!,. i.
Ml' llli.l Miv J. M J,,., k spent Silli-
il.ll c M.llllu ts. spelif a couple i,;ns
iii I ' ii ion lbs ho k.
R"1'. Met ' aiiiuib iii spcnl i;i;.l.i
bet.' tlltemeVll'.e .;,,.y ,.,!s
Mnn M.nlge Root ,:ts tetuireil rime
liel' isit at L.iL'le
Mis. Minie Wools ,;! a t;,,,. ,,w
aim put in her ,o in,, .satun'av ee-
Mrs. .lames Laiiglnlge has ivtutneil
nil, the liiisiiit.il I i 1 1 si,,. I, He i...
i S I I 1 1 -
ALM'lit M.lltill's t!. ,s,. I , -,, 1
forliiiie In lie kicked l.v .i i..-w..
last week, hut s now aliie to 1. oln
Win. Royal ol Wiuiietoon Is heie
visiting Ins .son. .leial, and oilier n-l
Fleinliik! Rolili came up front NY jo
ining ami spert a couple il.ns nii his
parents this week.
Charles .Stone spent t ne ,lav this
week In Lincoln.
I M. I.eck l.s hull. ling a line ivsi-
il''iu'e for J. L. Carper. When Unified
Mr. Cai'i'er will have one of the llm st
lumies In (Hoe county. Those who are
iorl iniiite enough to .secure ,11m know
US Well hefofC their ll'Mise is l.ieliu as
Ihoy do after It l.s 0omilelcl what it
is going to look like.
Rev. Jackson mailt. his usual trip
hero this week ami at tended the so
cial Sat unlay night .
.lack Giaw'saml u ife of l'lattsiiitiiith
spent Sunday with his brother. ,. I
luy Hiiil'iii s'"iit, Suii'l'iv in l'!;i(s
F. C Frkite & Co.
Ask the l'i artels of Diis paper Whn.'ll'e
sulVeriiig w iih lmlik.'1'sll ir dyspepsia
t'tcali on iliemat onceanil get ahultle
cf Koilol lH.s;epsia ( ill- If you knew
the value of this icineilv as we know
it, you would not suiter another day.
Koilol I'vspepsia Cure is a thoriiiigh
iligi'.stant and t.issiie-l,iii(iii(: ionic as
well It is cmloiseil pers'uially hy
liiimlii'ils of p.-ople whom it has cured
of indigestion, dyspepsia, palpitation
nf the heart anrt d oinach troubles gen
erally. Kodol Iiyspepsia ( 'lire rtlu'ests
what you eat.. 1 1 Is pleasant, palatable
The fanners in this vicinity have
harvested their fall wheat, ami most
of them report a pour crop.
Misses Lizzie and Mamie Ihul left'
Sat unlay for a visit un, friemls at
Staph hlllst, Neb. t
W. II. Speia-e has puichas m a new j
Peerless thrcshim: machine. He ex
pects to run tuo threshers II, is tall. :
Miss M"l!ie Rergt-r ,, Lnuisvilie is'
visiting at the home ,,f w. II. 1 1 . i 1 ,
C. A. Richev. the I,oiiis i,. umher
man. has inoei the lumber hack to
that place. This is tough onoiirlittle j
town. The sheds were sold to John
I.ohiii's ami sons. j
Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Rom visited j
diaries Ahl Sunday. j
Adam Mohr of I'apiliion will leave ;
soon for Lurope to visit his parents, j
we wish him a pleasant journey and a
safe n urn.
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that Is (lone by
hoards of health ami charitably inclin
ed persons, the death rate among
small children is very high during the
summer months in the large cities.
There is not probably one case of how
el complaint in a hundred, however,
that could not he cured by the timely
use of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and diarrhoea Pemedy.
For sale by
. Tcllt made a trip to the western
part of the slate the tiistof the week.
I!. T. Jones returned Saturday from
his iklahoma trip.
Miss Iieua Nut:i;un is visilinu
relatives at Pert rand.
Thomas I'ln'istian ami family trained
down from W'ecpiiik' Water Sunday
and su nt the day with friends.
Miss Julia Ni.tzman is Immc froiii
loscph Malcolm ai.d family left Sat
ui'dav tor Nchawka. whue tl.ey will
make their lnture home.
F. W. Piil.e eii;oed a ls:t fi im
'bin ii lathes last week.
II C. Maiii;an;t and land'y left
Monday for M. Louis.
Fred I iiir.kak was tivcr tnun Nc
biasl.a City tl e I'ist i f the Wi ck.
T. F. Garlty arrived l;ome Monday
cveiiliie; from a hushes trip to South
The farmers arc busy harvcstimr.
Mr. J -sep i .,:i!u:i ter i-. mub-r Ir
I'.n i si : i " ciie
Wi.liaii! li.iii.-.ls l.:i'! i , mi. es in
I -1 ; 1 1 1 Tlles,la. .
Mhs 1-Mith I'aMs. ol sir.n'iis", Is
us t Ing at t he I ii ii ne ol ' .1 . t . I ' land.
1 'r Ah Sain, ! l.ea.ei iwu '
III t'lun this wee;..
I. aides t ''ark Isih i
. I 'llll IllClg ' VIslliM
Is family Snti
CI)arT)brlu!n'5 Colic. Cholera and
This remedy is certain to be heeded
In cycrv hume liefore the slimmer is
over. It can always ie depended upon
even in the most severe and daiitrerotis
cases It Is especially valuable for
summer disorders. In children. It is
pleasant to tak.' ami never hills to ylve
prompt relief. Whv md buy 11 now?
It mav save lire. I'm sale by all dnnf.
Slierllil (Vro slilielliv.
Miss Annie Tunis of I'lallsiuouth is
vlsiluikt at the honi" td Mr, and Mrs
W, II. puis,
Mr, and Mrs. p. . H, visited at
the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Win, Puis
Mr, John West bean hulldliif' a
new barn this week, and now the lnys
lu Ibis commiinily are happy. They
say, now Mr. West, two kens nf Is-cr
and a trnod dance are what we nre.
Puis Itiotliers and Alfred Gausemer
have been repairing their t.hieshini'
machine this week, and are now ready
for business. They have emploxed Abe
Miiiiberncr for the season.
Mrs. Minnie Puis ami Annie Tains
were ainom; the Plait summit visitors
Iv'iiie J'uls made a business trljito
Mr. and Mrs. Merman Tiekoet ler of
I'JaUsiuouUi visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs, Adam lllld on Sunday.
.Inlin I'rlsh completed his new barn
this week, and will J i the boys a
line dance Sat urday nlejil, July Kith.
R in I mt the dale and come.
Pall wheat is nearly all harvested
In this locality. Ii Is not very nood
She Tried Five Doctors.
Mrs. I'rancis L. Sales, of Missouri
Valley, la . writes"! have U'en allllct
ed with kidney trouble live years; had
severe pains in my back ami a frciient
di sire lo urinate. When rldim: I ex
perienced much pain oer the region
(if the kidneys. I tried live physicians
without benefit and I hen concluded to
try Foley's Kidney Cure. AHer tak
lun;ihree,iin bottles I wascompletely
cured." Sold by p. ;. Pii,-ke,
Never Give Up.
I rl. ml-. Ii i . . 1 1 r i ,,i',i i
' ,i l e '.'ive 1 1 1 "
sieill Ml :I. -, j
' No er e ii
li;tl ' lim.i'li n.isf. , I line .
I'lef.-i s l, .11 l,e s r I f.
M,ll.e l,, y.e.r r l'e Iii i;,
"Ne'. er -, i ii, ' "
i '.iUIh iin, y pi-rsi n o.
"Neler L'lli - ,ii."
I l.'l.t mi flnin yi-.-ic in v ;il
"Nl M l L'lVI- lli "
I 'rtlllil Hill sl,!e ., V I . . I
As sill' Is nlt In li.
I 'II I he I ir:i 1 1- lltf 'lO rs l. I, ,
"Nell r Kile ll,"'
si 111 let . . u r unit I.. !
"Ne i r irlve up "
I ell 111 inisierit.
".Neler lllli- ! "
I re,s W Iin lire 1 1 It ,e I, .
riinlln.' th:ii y. m r iveu.ii, h is
llr.i.-e you in ti ml hen, s..n,e.
"Nti i n i.ivi: t i'!"
$3.00 To David City and Return Via
For the I;ivld City Cliautauitiu the
IlurliiiKton olfers round trip tickets
for t.'l.oii from Plattsmouth, Julv Ji to
to A iik'usI 7. Inclusive, limited to re
turn AllL'USt '.
Ainoin: the attractions are Ir. John
Menltte Iirlvcr, Thomas McClary,
kfcoziaii. Frank 1!. Pioberson. Prof.
Keno P.. Welln.urn, Father L. J.
YaiiKhan. (Ico. L. McNult. Ir. Toyo
kichl Lyemu-a, Alton Packard, 1 Ion.
C. II. Aldrich, Lev. Harvey L. Ilar
inon. YYhitney llrothers Quartet, the
Lady Lyceum Quartet of Chlcas'o, and
For full iiiformatii'ii n vaidinn train
service ask t he lU'enl.
Less Than Half Fare to St. Louis
The ilm liuntoii oilers another scries
of low rate excursions to t. Louis
and return, mi Mondays. July II, is
Tickets at s.,"iii f r the round trip-,
considerably less than half rate.
Tickets are cod In coaches and
chair cars (seats free'.
The St. L"iils Lvpositii'ii is the
most imu'iiitici nt spectacle the world
has ever beheld, ami Its like may not
occur iuaiu lu your life lime.
Let me send ymi our lllust rated fold
er, or call on our acnt for full inform
ation. L. W, W.VkELKY,
(uncial Passenger Ai:cnt, Omaha.
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