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History ot Western
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One : Week
Saturday, October I
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NEWS OF NEIUIASKA.
"vscty Vearj f:r An.iuit.
11 f - a .
, ri'i nvi-1
Traces cf Misery Fa
llunibol !t Nil)., S-.-p: .
t ve.- of Jacob II. Uur.z.'hcr, ti.- farm
cr who aisa;5'arcJ l'ti-a; !.'. Ut;;i
near the Kansas !;nt n wuius
aim, believe 'hey have found n.n
c'uslvo cvlder.ro to U the unidenti
fied party found dead tho mon.ir.K if
Aug. 8 at tha Metropolitan hotel in
i :.- r. ; :
Ot !!.- t.v
fvt :y it' I
.:.s i. x"
it. ; 1 f. r 1
cf Hi.y J 1 :l'
f , t.titiac's
tnt- tta'e i
16th - loiiRlas Sts. OniRlia.
Where tho l i rent Sale will
Special Rates on All Railroads Into
O.naha lor AK-SAR-BEN CARNIVAL
Visitors to the AK-SAR.
should not miss a day of
this Wonderful Sale , .
Million Dollars' Worth o! NEW FALL
GOODS 6ola0 it Just About Half
What Yea Usually Paj For
SPECIAL SUE PRICES ON
all the Goods
in the Store
All the Men's Clothing, Men's Flats,
Shoe. Kiirniihinijv All tho Ladles
Millinery, Ladies' and Children's
Cloaks ami Suit, Ladles' and Chil
dren's Shoot, Dresj CooUs, Silks,
Jewelry, Carpets, Curtains Dry
Hoods, of all descriptions go at SPE
CIAL SALK l'ltlCKS on this
Woman Burrs to Death.
Lincoln, Sept. 26 Whilu alone In
her room at the Tabl'.ha home tho
clothing of Mrs. Axella Oestrach,
aged sixty i!x. caught fire in some
manner as yet unknown and she was
burned to death. Her husband, who
rushed to her assistance upon hear
ing her screams, was himself badly
burned and his condition Is serUma.
Falls From Wagon to Death.
Albion, Neb., ipt. L'lj.Wllllnm
Kcevhti, Sr., an old resident of this
county, met with a fatal ueelder.t
upon the street here, lie had untied
his teiim and climbed upon the hay
rack on the nsnti preparatory to tie
ins home, when he Ins: hi' 1. alai.ee
and fill to tlio ground, receiving in
Jui :-s frr.n: which he died Initnediatriy.
Aska Help of Express Companies.
I.ir.ruln. S.tpt. 22 licputy (lame
Warden ("art, r has mailt d to the ex
preys ( t tiij a.ilt s a Itt'er n. wliith ho
a Ivies ther.. ;. le on lite hit ktiiit fi r
MiFplclt'iis li t king l)nt' that Might
rt Main gi.;i. e I t ;ng s-kicp'd out Ille
gally. VI. i- i ; i n ft it- !'. !:t shooting
d.;c'i. nr.! g'-'t hej-ar. .tpt. 1 mid
Ott. 1 v 11: l-etin tilt' feas:.n for sli. ot
;r.g -h:-,ct. ar.d giv.e. while on
Nov. I the t':nll seas, :i t pens.
Est'matei on Grain Crop9.
l.::.ttO:, S, ;.t. I'll A taldo of stuif.:
tics pit ait 1 by 1'rtil'tbnr lmvls of
the r.iiriciil'.ural tit pnrtir.t lit of the
1'r.iverIty of Nebraska t-ir the Hut
lingtou sdio.ws the corn crop In Ne
braska will reach 2U,O0(i,(Hiij bushels.
Tlie fall t'VTp of wheat, nccordiug to
this report, will nnioiiiit to l!i;,o(H),0i)i)
Imshcls and tlio out t rop will lie Oit,
oe.i.iHn l.uiliels. The tiuality of the
grains, It la i-:ald, is be'ter than hst
Lmted States Judge Fines Strikers.
Oihaha, Sep'.. U . Utori-'u StfVer.s,
secre'.aiy of the lotai touu 'il of tho
Amalgamated Meat Hatchers' union,
was fined l-'o'i and costs by United
States Judge Munger for violating an
Injunction of the federal court re
straining the packing house striker
from interfering with nonunion men
who sought employment. Thirty-four
of Stevena' associates were fined $20
each and a proportion of tho costs.
They were ail ordered committed un
til tho fines were paid. Vice Presi
dent Stephen Vail was discharged, tho
court holding that tho evidence
against him was Insufnciert.
Speaker Cannon at Hastings.
Hastings, Neb.. Sept. 20. Speaker
Cannon and Hon. James Watson of
Indiana, who are to address a Repub
lican meeting at the opera house this
afternoon, arrived here Sunday noon.
They were met at the stallon by Sen
ator Dietrich, Mayor Miles and a re
ception committee, and escorted l
the llostwit k lintel, where they had
Irer. Invited to ('.inner with Str.ntnr
Dietrich. Kn route from Oxford I ho
speaker and his party welt tuned r.ov
rrnor liliss and party of Michigan !or
few minutes aboard his private car.
Tho distinguished visitors wire given
drive about the city In auttniit.biles.
No RcmarrlaQe for Divorcees,
l'or.ta. Nob., Sept. 2!', Tho thirty-
jocund annual convention of tho Ne
braska l.utneran synod was hnriiKinl-
iua throughout. Probably the most
Important action of this body was on
Iho subject of "Marriage and Divorce."
Tho following section was added to
tho constitution of tho synod: "That
no minister of this synod shall know
ingly remarry any person or persona
who have previously been divorced
from a husband or wife, except in
tho case of divorce tor adultery, the
Innocent person being entitled to re
marry when desired."
for children i iaf. fur. .Vo opiate
! II t I H !,.!. IHII li, It,. I ni.l
1 ahr no orhrr. Iirfnr d.-tnui-rfdiii ulil
liilliiniand Imllaliona. I.in ..I ...r 1 n . , a
i.f rt.i lr. in i.m,. I t l'rl Irulur J I
innnlitU n I "Hrllrf lur l.,IO-.." , .-
b rrlnrm tall, lu.vuu 1 nunuia-. r. Abi
cmonriBTKa cnxiCAL ro.
8109 nullMiB Swiaar. tHIL.4, l'a,
Killed Under Load of Straw.
Kearney, Nob., Sept. 2. Claud
Fester, tho fourteen-year-old son cf
Mr. un4 Mrs. Fred V. Fester, living
la Muckeyw valley, was instantly
killed by the overturning of a load of
straw which ho ar.tl his brother, who
Is two years his senior, were hauling
Tho bovs were coming down a bill
with the load when It slipped forward
frightening one of the horses, which
tcgan to kick and run. The load was
overturned, throwing tho boys to the
ground and breaking Claude's neck.
The older boy was badly bruised, but
his Injuries are not serious.
NEWS SERVICE ON ALL TRAINS.
Union Pacific and Connections Wiil
Pest Bulletins in Buffet Cars.
Omaha, Sept. 23. lleg'.nnlr.g next
week tt.e i nion ramie an.i ..s con
nections, the Chicago. Milwaukee and
St. Paul ami tho Chicago and North
western railroad, will begin l'sulng
bulletin news i-orvlce for the benefit
of the passengers on tho overland
This new3 service, which is the
first of the kind ever attempted by
railroad, will bo t-ent out at noon and
at 4: 3D In the afternoon, and postal
In typewritten form In buffet cars
Ijj'.er, it is stated, the tervice will be
extended to other through passenger
trains on tho lyMem All the news
of Importance will be transmitted by
the cnnipar.y over its own wires, and
will be delivered at scheduled points
TELLS OF OMAHA BRIBE OFFER
Bact Harvest Csn-msrtei
rnmcnt. St;,! 22. T..- wr'i rf
arviif.tr.; U-e s'lkiar n- in; '::
iian i his w
:t 1. 1
,(! frun a pretty s ire thing
'I'lf 'T. ti.:li eniiri'-i in lUi-.liii'ii. r
l'.ieri,li.-i i (fiil.iri. eve' , Lt. i
lllfllt. I.t'ivi'1,1 l,y in;,! Willi f.
li.Tili.inil :.u,l Ti hrhiii,-. Telt-.-rapliy unj l'rciiurahiry.
:'li,li:-lllx t n i,n i k.vi. Anlit.ice,- , M-t-t:rili; pit -
r iMUUoie .S i. i.'i-it t, tr.e.
Lincoln Business Collcya, Lincoln, Nebraska
fifth jrd Rolxrt Sis.,
ST. PAL' I, MINN.
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
mariftnsui-m which t!.irl!,,, ea tha!ieo J-jod
grain. l, on Blocks
Write ft our market ivtur.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN CAR ICTS
Ship Your Grain To Us
Ukst KiCiMTtM. Prompt Rktukns.
Branch Office 223 Coates Block
riattsmoutli Plione 241
Don't allow money to lie around.
Is easier to spend It and easier
to lose In
Condition of Stats Banks.
Lincoln. St.pl- 22. Tin: n port of
the condition of the r-tate banks at tho
lose of business An;;. 2. Just, com
piled by Unci l'l rk i;"1sun 1 1 the
banking hoard, Is most. gratiiylus'.
The Increase of (lejiosiis over the
amount reported May H L $2,282,-
13U.P2 and the increase ov; r tlio re
port or Sept. ;"), 111113, Is nearly $l,7. .
Pno. Hanks held o:i tiie date of the
report a restive cf "7 ir per cent,
which Is H icr ct r.t hishi'r than the
reserve In 1,1 ,lav lit. I lie r.tiiiiner t:l
opositors has Itu n Red over tlio la t
report 5 .r! 1 1 . Ihero helm: n total of
12:.r-"3 depositor:-. Th bauh? roport-
ng n'inibi red JlTi, the greate.t nuni-
hrr slnto tho organization of thn
and CURE thi LUNGS
WTH Dr. King's
burnt and ttuickett Cure for all
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
Bulidinq Inspector Siys He Was Of
fered $500 and Stated Sum a Month
Omaha, Sept. 27. "Charles F.. Fan
dug offered me $3l0 In cash and $100
a mouth as lor, a as 1 remained in of
flee If I would make the charge
the raving i:ec!tUa!k:r.3 as mggtbted
This was the declaration of Pui'.d
lr.g Inspector Wlthnell on tho witness
Hand in Judfo Troup's court during
tearing cf an application far an In
junction to prevent the carrying out
of a contract with the Nebraska US
tullthic ccxpany fcr ravlr.g Thirty
leccr.d avenue Wlthnell produced a
coji of tta apeclflcatlcti with red Ink
tnterllrat'.cns, h'.ch, tf sail rf pre
lected flanges liked for by Fatt'.tu
W'.O.tn Hid he refused Fair.!r.gi
cfJer. tut tcfortnei Coxptrol'.e; Lo
leek cf wbil tad occurred Tt!i Is
.ttt lecctd tlty efficial who lu to'.d
H ac aitcxpt tc t-rlbt f.ni during the
prtsett rating controrinj la Otsata
USURIOUS NOTES WORTHLESS.
Father Schell Wins Victory Over Men
Accused of Fleecing Indians.
Sioux City, Sept. 25. A lone priest,
tut by Mother Diexel, a mllltonairo
nuu of Phlladeiphia, to reclaim tho
Winnebago Indians of Nebraska from
the degradation aud debauchery which
has been rapidly devouring them, has
won a complete victory against as
thoroughly organized gang of grafters
as ever looted shamelessly. Father
Joseph Schell of Homer, Neb., who
has accomplished this, Is now in St.
Joseph's hospital here, recuperating
after his lone fight.
As a result of his triumph the gang
that has been robbing the Winntba
goes of from $200,0110 to $230,OuO an
nually for twenty years, has been
thoroughly broken up and thirty ot
them will be ordered never to show
their faces again on the reservation.
One hundred and twenty thousand
dollars In usurious notes secured by
the grafters from the Indians are not
worth the paper they are written on.
Mother Dn.-r.tl, in appreciation of
Father Scheli's work, will build
schools cn the reservation.
When Fa'.her Schell arrived at
Homer, loss than a year ago, after ex
posing the Oregon timber frauds after
two oars of effort, tho grafters at
Homer laughed at his efforts to stop
the sale of liquor to the Imllans and
the theft of their money.
The grafters, including a number
of storekeepers, bankers and paloon
keepers. Induced the Indians to sign
nn'cs for outrageous sums In pay
ment for their supplies. They would
thn colkit these notes cn r-ay day
by hoing ready cash fcr balances
Into tho Indians' hands.
Fraternal Congress Convenes.
St. Ixuis, Sept 28. The national
fraternal congress convened on the
World's fair grounds, to continue In
session the remainder of tho woek.
More than 500 delegates were present
at the exorcises, which were opened
by William Eldson. president of tho
Missouri fraternal congress, lesl
dent Francis then welcomed the con
gress to tho exposition. Judge Noah
M. Givan, past president of tho Mis
souri fraternal congress, delivered an
address on "Tho World's Fair Templo
of Fraternity." Addresses were made
by President J. A. Patterson of tho
Canadian Fraternal association: Dr.
Warner of Topeka. Kan., and Kdwin
O Wood, president of tho national
CEDAR LAWN STOCK FARM
m icJSpk Choice
Polled Durham Bulls
High Grade Pedigreed Stock.
Tele. Cedar Lawn Stock Farm.
J. D. FERGUSON I
ll.t i IV. nv, . ,. k .', ,1
! keeping it in a sate place such as j
TheBanI of Cass County ;
Yon can k'ive a chock for any part of '
it. at any time ami so have a receipt
for payment without askinc for one.
When you have a hank account yon
will bo anxious t'i add holt rather t han
pend li'tuii it. Don't von want to
know num.' about it.
A 9-St Sugar-coated, easy to take,
IX 7MSL lt liC miId in action- They cure
TTLZZt BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
doea-UlllUiCrOWaorntUDiaCKf U55 urn cn. vawutiUM ua a. . uuit ct), Kisui', a. a.
Bee Hive Restauroqt,
Meals at fill hours. Special nt
tontiou to tlio fanner patrons. Tho
tables arc supplied with tho best
tho markets alford.
JOnX COREY, Proprietor.
Clmllentti's Coniuiirlson In (juallly
I andShort Order House 1
0 -t.1. O . 1 .il) !.. v
iioni& oorveu in ixeguiar q
No Decision in Wisconsin.
Madison. Wis., Sept. 2S. Owing
presumably to tho itbsenco cf Chief
Justice Cassady, who Is detained at
his home ly Illness, to decision was
handed down by the supreme court
covering the right cf th LaFollett
cr the "Ha'.wart" faction to b repre
aected cn tho alate ticket at tha N
venitej election. Tha court room
ai crowded by attorneys ant) poli
ticians anxious to bear the decision
and tta pcttpotciKCEt wai a keen dls
arpoittmont. The cendltlca cf tho
ctlef justice vat reported at much
Fish or anything in Market.
-i 1' I? T'U If I I
vt lift v r v v.aiju. o
P. UTTERBACK, Proprietor, S
S North Sldt Main Strttt S
Ea?v to take ar.d tuv to act Is f
H Ihit famous httia pill DoWitt'i
Little Erly Rutrs. This is due to
ti.s fact that they tonic the liver In
atii of FrClnC lb They never grips
tor sicken, not even the most delicate
bdy, and yet they are so certain In
results that no ona who uses them Is
dijppoint;d. They cure torpid liver,
constipation, biliousness, Jaundice,
headache, malaria and ward off pneu
monia and fevers,
MirAMD CULT tV
X. C. DeWITT 4 CO., CHICAQO
Don't Forgft thi Nimi. fj
EAD THIS TWICE
To the ( imitlemen of Plnttsmouth ami Vicinity:
Boforo ordering your fall and winter
Suits and Overcoats bo sure to call on
6. FRANZEN, TAILOR!
UNION BLOCK. MAIN STREET.
and he will show you an ('levant lino of seasonable
floods from which ho will u'we you a
perfect tit and at reasonable prices.
STYLISH fIND GUARANTEED GARMENTS
f Bottled in Bond.
is tbc Cheapest
in tbc nM
Poor Whisky is not only dis
agreeable to taste, but undoubted
ly injurious to the stomach. A lit
tie good Whisky is a tine tonic and
helps instead of harming. Such
Whiskies as Yellowstone, for in
stance, will do you just as much
good as a doctor's prescription. If
you don't know how good it is
como in and try it.
Guckenhcimer.Uye, per gallon. .
Yellowstone, " " .,
Honey Dew, " " . .
Uijrllorn. " " .,
. 4 00
. 3 00
. 2 00
No Matter How Nice
Your House Appears
From tho outside, if it is furnished with out-of-date
broken and scratched Furniture it doesn't measure
up to what your home should be. We have every
thing you can think of in
Fnrpiture at)d fjouse Furnishings
New o;oods coming in daily. Come in and look our
store through when you get ready.
Hattler h Fassbender
EM B AIMERS AND UNDERTAKERS
Sixth Street, Ifctwecn Main and Pear Sts.
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