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SAM GOTMANK & CO,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
AND THE BEST
Sole agents for the
To any part of
the city or ship
ped to any place
The Singer Man'f'g Co.
54t First Awards,
Being the largest number of awards obtained
by aiiy exhibitor and more than double the
number received by all other Sewing Machine
companies. Awards received on the following:
Family Sewing Machines, V. S. No. 2,
I F. C. B. and Single Thread Automatic
Chain Stitch Machine. Sewing Machine
Cabinets, Art Embroideries, Laces. Cur
tains, L'pholBtery, Artistic Furnishings,
Sewing and Embroidery, Tapestry Ma
Also 43 Awards, covering machines
for manufacture in every line where a
Sewing Machine can te used on Wool,
Cotton and Silk Cloth. Knit Goods.
Leather, etc., for Ornamental stitching.
Button holes. Eyelets, Barring, Over
seaming, staying, etc
The Singer Itt'f g Co
"All Over the World
Branch Offlca Lincoln !.
WS$ Silverware, &c
,'2? Fine Watch Repairing
'j&M JOS. P. FRENZER
Oppoaito pt urrioa
THE OLD RELIABLK
HAS PURCHASED THE
Sixlh Street Checked Barn.
AND WILL RUN IT IN
FIRST-CLASS ST? V, K.
Special attention to Funerals. Hack !:1 be
run to aU trains. "Promptness anil Fidelity to
uus lorn era is ma motto
Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment
Is sold under positive written guarantee, by author
ized agent only, to cure Weak Memory; Loss of
drain ana nerve rower; Loot Manaood; ynlrknees;
ta'ervoasnew; Lassitude; all Drains; Ixmsoi Power
of the Generative Organs In either sex, canoed by
overexertion; Youthful Errors, or Excessive Use of
-rooacco, upium or liquor, which soon lead to
IX i r . 1 TT . a n V- .1 I.
1 a box; 6 forfsjwith written guarantee to cure or
refund money. WEST'S COUGH SYRUP. A certain
cure lor lougn. uoidx. Asthma, bronchitis. Croup,
Small size discontinued: old. fiOc else, now 2Sc; old
F. G. Fricke & Co, druggists.
The Plattsnrt Mills,
C. HEISEX. Prop.
This Mill has been rebuilt, and furnished with
Machinery of the best manufacture
in the world. Their
Baa no Superior in America. Give it a
trial and be convinced.
Bran, Shorts and Corn Meal
Always, on hand. Orders delivered in
TERMS Cub or SO days' time.
LADIES? DO XU KKOW
DR. FELIX LC BRUN'S
STEEL BHD FEPYHOYflL FILLS
are the original and only FRENCH, safe and re
liable core on the market. Price $1.U0; eent by
mail. Genuine sold only by
F. G. Fricke & Co., Druggists.
WOODS GATHERED IN
He Eluded Capture for Three Months
But Is Finally Nabbed.
THE B. & M. WILL PARTICIPATE
The Local Shop Men Accorded the Privi
lege of Taking Part in the Monster
Industrial Parade on the
Fourth Other Items.
Gathered In At Pacific Juuctioa.
J. W. Woods, one of the local gam-
blera who was indicted at the March
term of court by the grand jury and
who skipped out to avoid punishment,
strolled into Pacific Junction Tues
day and was Dromply put under arrest
by Constable Ballard. He was brought
to this city yesterday and appeared
before District Judge Chapman,
and after pleading guilty was fined $35
and costs. Woods did not have the
necessary funds and the court ac
cepted Geo. Poisall as surety and gave
Woods forty-eight hours to produce.
The II. & M. Will Participate.
The industrial and trades display
parade on July fourth gives promise
of surpassing any previous attempt in
that line, the committee having re
ceived assurances from nearly forty
business men that they would be rep
resented by floats in the parade.
The committee waited upon D.
Hawksworth Tuesday and secured
his consent and co-operation to the
B. & M. making a display of the dif
ferent departments of the shops. The
men will be allowed the use of all ma
terials for building the floats, and the
different industries will be repre
sented on a scale of magnificence
never before approached in any city
in the state of Nebraska, excepting.
Postmasters' Salnriea Reduced.
The postoffice department at Wash
ington has announced the result of the
annual readjustment of salaries of
presidential postmasters in Nebraska
as follows: Ainsworth from $1,100 to
$1,000, Ashland from $1,500 to $1,400,
Atkinson from $1,100 to $1,000, Aurora
from $1,700 to $1,600, Beaver City from
$1,200 to $1,100, Cambridge from $1,200
to $1,300, Chadron from $1,700 to $1,000,
Crawford from $1,200 to $1,100, DeWitt
from $1,200 to $1,100, Fairbury from
$2,000 to $1,900, Fairmont from $1,300
to $1,200, Falls City from $1,700 to
$1,600, Geneva from $1,500 to $1,000,
Hartington from $1,200 to $1,100, Hay
Springs from $1,000 to fourth-class,
Humboldt from $1,400 to $1,300, In-
dianola from $1,000 to $1,100, Lyons
from $1,000 to fourth-class, Madison
from $1,300 to $1,400, Nelson from
$1,300 to $1,100, Norfolk from $2,000 to
,900, North Platte from $1,700 to
$1,900. O'Neill from $1,500 to $1,400,
Orleans from $1,200 to $1,100, Pawnee
City from $1,500 to $1,6(K), I'lattsmouth
from $2,000 to $1,800, I'onca from $1,200
to $1,100, Seward from $1,000 to $1,700,
Shelton from $1,100 to $1,000. South
Omaha from $3,000 to $2,900. Stanton
from $1,100 to $1,000, Superior from
$1,500 to $1,600, Tekamah from $1,300
to $1,400, Weeping Water from $1,300
to $1,200, Wilber from $1,300 to $1,600,
York from $2,100 to $2,000. All other
offices remain at last year's salary
That Asylum Scandal.
The Lincoln Call continues in its
war against the cruel practices in
vogue among attaches at the Lincoln
asylum. Its latest is as follows:
"The statements made by the Ca 1
in relation to the treatment of Eugene
Montgomery at the state hospital for
insane in this city have brought to
light other facts concerning the man
agement of this institution that make
more and more urgent an official in
vestigation. Many reports have
reached the Call of abuses committed
by the attendants under the Hay re
gime, and of the general neglect from
which patients suffer. It may be that
some of these rumors are unfounded,
but there is enough authentic in
formation at hand to establish the
fact beyond all question that patients
are shamefully abused. There is the
strongest possible reason for the con
clusion that the attendants at the
asylum are brutal and heartless in
their treatment of the inmates, and
Dr. Hay, by shielding the employes,
countenancing the harsh treatment
and concealing facts that ought to be
public property, in his reports, has
made himself liable to the severest
censure. Many persons will probably
go so far as to state that he deserves
"As one of several reputed cases of
frightful abuse at the asylum in this
city, that of Joseph Brubl, a patient
from riattsmouth, may be cited.
"Bruhl has been confined in the asy
lum for some time, and is still an in
mate, though the fact that he is seri
ously maimed and disGgured as the re
sult of inhuman treatment by one of
Dr. Hay's attendants, is known to very
few persons, as Superintendent Hay
took the most effective precautions to
keep the particulars of this outrage
. from reaching the public.
' "Something less than a year ago
Brubl and an attendant were in the
wash room together, and for some
reason or other the attendant at
tacked the patient. During the en
counter the patient was violently
thrown against the edge of an iron
stationery wash tub and his jaw was
broken in two places, it is said. 15ruhl
was left in a very serious condition
after his encounter, and today carries
the marks of the attendant's violence.
All of the attaches are enjoined to
secresy, and the facts are never al
lowed to reach the public. Bruhl's
relations may or may not be cognizant
of the outrage perpetrated on him.
Another denial from Dr. Hay is now
The fact that Joe Biuhl was brutally
treated by asylum attendants is a well
known fact here in riattsmouth, bis
former home, and the fight the Call is
making against such practices in state
institutions is to be commended.
AROUND Tilt) COURT ROOMS.
Judge Chapman held a short session
of district court last Saturday. One
case of naturalization was attended to,
and several sales confirmed. The
regular term was adjourned until July
CO o NTT COURT.
Mr. Alva C. Dugay and Miss Lelia
Fitch, both of Union, were granted a
marriage license Saturday by Judge
Judge ltainsey has disposed of the
case of Lau vs. Seacrest, by disolviog
the attachment. The case has been
pending in county court for nearly a
Final settlement in the estate of the
late Jno. B. Beverage was had in
county court Monday between County
Judge Ramsey and the administrator,
Geo. W. Snyder.
JUSTICE ARCHER'S COURT.
F. A. Brandt was awarded a judg
ment by confession against Geo. A
Anderson before Judge Archer Mon
day morning, amounting to $31.23.
A. U. Wyman, receiver of the Ne
braska and Iowa insurance company,
has commenced suits before Judge
Archer to recover the sum of $27 from
A. F. Itobb, of Wabash, and $17.65
from W. II. Vallor, of Eagle, both
amounts being due on promissory
notes given for insurance.
COURT ROOM NOTES.
The office of the clerk of the district
court was closed Tuesday on account
of the funeral of the late W. L. Wells
Judge Chapman presided in district
court of Holt county at O'Neill Mon
day, and set the date for the trial of
Barrett Scott, the defaulting county
treasurer, for August 27th.
The bar association met at Judge
Ramsey's office Monday evening and
after perfecting arrangements to at
tend the funeral of the late W. L
Wells, appointed a committee, com
posed of Lawyers Windliaru, Root
Ramsey and Sullivan to draft suitable
resolutions of condolence for presenta
tion to the bereaved family.
Or. Marshall. Ol'.WT Fiti
Huy your Drugs at Brown's Pharnacy.
Buy your Patent Medicines at Brown's.
Buy your Toilet Articles at Brown's.
Buy your Hair Brushes at Brown's.
Buy your Clothes Brushes at Brown's.
Buy your Tooth Brushes at Brown's.
Buy your Wall Paper at Brown's.
Buy your Paints and Oils at Brown's.
510 MAIN STREET.
It never fails Gering's Blackberry
Cordial for summer complaint.
Matt FerlH Confident.
Lawyer Matt Gering was in Lincoln
Tuesday and on behalf of Murderer
Harry Hill argued against the dis
missal of Hill's appeal before the su
preme court. The court will pass on
the question today and Mr. Gering
feels confident that the court will rule
his way inasmuch as his brief is a
bulky one, requiring considerable time
to prepare it, and was in the hands of
the printer prior to the filing of the at
torney general's motion to dismiss.
Mr. Gering holds to the belief that the
court will not consider the case until
the September term.
Drop into Lehnhoff's and drink a
glass of cream soda water.
Special Fourth of July Kates.
The Burlington will sell tickets to
all points within two hundred miles at
the rate of one fare for the round trip.
Tickets sold on July 3 and 4, and are
good for return until July 5.
F. Latham, Local Agent.
brand. Ask for it from your grocer.
Journal, subscribers who fail to get.
their papers regularly will favor the
management by reporting same at this
COLLEGE HILL NOTES.
The school election held at Louis
ville was the hottest ever witnessed in
that burg. It was life or death to
Killen, and, as I predicted a year ago,
Killen will be killed and he was
killed in good shape. The women
seemed to be deeply interested, for I
met dozens of carriages leaded with
ladies hauling their friends to the
school house. Now let Louisville see
to it that no one man shall bulldoze
the people hereafter as Killen has
done. He will shake Louisville dust
from his shoes now and leave for
Greenwood. It is to be hoped the
school board will select fi competent
man to conduct the school at Louis
ville. The schools have been a dis
grace there for the last three years
under Killen's reign.
The school meeting at the College
Hill school was largely attended.
William I'ankonin was re-elected
treasurer. He is a fine officer. The
question of building an additional
school room came to a vote and was de
feated. The poor kickers could not
afford to spend a few hundred dollars
for the comfort and betterment of
their children, but would rather crowd
seventy-five scholars like herring in
one room. Of course they think one
man can do justice toso many children,
and kick like a mad steer because the
late teacher was dissatisfied because
he could not do justice to the over
crowded school. The board will again
select John C. Current, our former
teacher, for a term of nine months.
The members of the local turn-
verein society will picnic at Nebraska
City on Sunday, August 12th.
Don't buy a bicycle until you see us.
The "fifty-dollar ladies' " is certainly
a sensation. We are sole agents for
them. Lkiinhoff Bros.
When Baby was stele, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When the bad Children, she gave them Castorla.
affords an excellent opportunity for the.
pick-pocket to get your watch. If you
would be proof against his skill, be sure
that the bow (or ring) is a
This wonderful bow is now fitted to tha
Filled Watch Cases,
which are made of two plates of gold
soldered to a plate of composition metal.
Look equally as well as solid gold cases,
and cost about half as much.
Guaranteed to wear 20 years.
Always look for this trade mark.
None genuine without it. TSjf
Sold only through watch dealers.
watch case ooner which make a handsome
Charm sent tree on request.
KeystoneWatch Case Co.,
The City Hotel,
Corner Main and Third Sts.,
A FIRST-CLASS HOSTELRY
IN EVERY RESPECT.
REFITTED and REFURNISHED
Special Attention Given to the
Accommodation of Farmers.
First-Class Bar Jr.,
CLEAN ROOMS AND TABLE
Rates $1 Per Day.
H. H. GOOS, Prop'r.
w. n. cvs 11 tsa.
Capital paid, in
- - $50,000
J.W.Johnson. W.D. Merriam, Wni. Weten
kainp. I. C. Morgan, Henry Eikenbary,
M. W. Morgan ami W. 11. Cubbing.
A general banking business transacted. In
tertssl allowed oil time deposits.
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE Second floor or the Todd block,
east of the court house.
BEESON & ROOT.
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE -Fltzefcrald block.over First Nat'l bank
Special Clearance Sale
FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS.
At 60 Cents
Men's all wool Cheviot Suits
" Blue Cheviot Suits
" Fancy Cassimere Suits
" Fancy Cheviot Suits
" Fancy Worsted Suits
Over IOO Styles to select
Boys' Long Pant Suits, $5, $6 and $7.
BOY'S SHORT PANT SUITS:
Fancy Cheviot all wool Suits. : . . . . $ 1 95 wortll $3 OO
" Cassimere all wool Suits 2 OO tt 3 50
li Cheviot all wool Suits 2 25 4. 3 50
" Cassimere all wool Suits 2 75 . 4 OO
Boys' Short Pants, 25c, 38c and 50c.
Boys' Straw Hats, 15c, 30c and 25c.
WE MAKE ALL OUR
NO SHODDY OR TRASH
AT ANY PRICE.
N. E. Cor. 15th
The Continental is the building with tower and clock. Beware of run
ners for cheap clothing houses who accost you o-. the street. Come straight to
the Continental, we hire n runners. Cut tli'i al out and bring it with ) ou.
C 'J-' JtajEaXCJrS I
Red Oxfords, worth $1.50, now $ .75.
Tan Oxfords, " 1.50, " l.OO.
Black Oxfords, " 1.25, " .75.
Black Oxfords, " 1.50, " l.OO.
:: Dressing for Tan Shoes. ::
W. D. JONES.
HiX8 purchased the Pnr'nel.' fc Ruther
ford btoek and will run t-oili the
Main-st. and Schildknecht Barns.
KIrs of all descriptions, from a Saddle
horse to a Stxteen-passeiiKer Wagon,
ruhs. Pall Hearer A'(on, ('nrryalU and
everything for picnics, weddings nd
AT HEUl.l.AK KATES.
Prices ReHsonable. No credit over .til
davs. Old ami new customers ure in
vited to call, when satisfaction is guar
anteed. W. 1. JONE
C. O. D.
Anywhere, - - - $ 'J-5 Uicycle f 12 50
To Any one - - - o0 Uicycle 2-5.00
All Styles and 1'rices, 75 Uicycle 37 50
Save Dealers' Profits 125 Uicycle (i2.f0
Send for illustrated catalogue.
KC- TZ.TZ13?r 35 OO.,
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our. Niicht Kroi-Hian. Wk Hr .111 or Hrva
gi fnoar cummI or i-i."'-V relurowl !.r '
Turkish Lut MaiiIi.hxI 'psalm. Tlhox.6far
W 5 by mail. Hulm's l imrmc. OiuhIi
. . r TurktMh J r nd Pen-
P L-MLJi CO nyn.THl neer fnil.
nre to the ilr. Hrinir roonililir rpffular
f Without p..B. I?-'ASPi-
W 2012 f'rani St , Omitha, Neb.
on the Dollar.
g 5 OO wortll tlO OO
6 75 " 11 OO
g 5Q 2 OO
9 OO 13 50
1( OO 15 OO
from in Sacks and Frocks.
This is a bona fide Cash
Clearance Sale, at which you
can buy honest Clothing at Co
cents on the dollar.
and Douglas Sts.
Fluttering, No Appetite, Could
not5Ieep, Wind on Stomach.
'For a long time I had a terrible
pain at my heart, which fluttered al
most incessantly. I had no appetite
and could not sleep. I would be
compelled to sit up in bed and belch
gas from my stomach until 1 thought
every minute would be my last.
There was a feeling of oppression
about my heart, and I was afraid to
draw a full breath. I could not sweep
a room without resting. My husband
induced me to try
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
and am happy to say it has cured me.
I now have a splendid appetite and
sleep well. Its effect was truly mar
velous." MKS. HARRY E. STARR, TottsviUo, Pa.
Dr. Milea Heart Cure Is sold on a positive
puarantee that the first bottle will beueBt
All druggists aell it at II. 6 bottles for5, or
It will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price
by the Dr. Milea Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Sold by all druggists.
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