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Or OCR CLOTHIXO THAT' WHAT
THE PICTrKH SHOWS.
"01E other day a policeman
otme to our store and was go
lag to arrest u because tie
HL.A.ltl WE W 12 11 12
USING A. KN1 rii
Too freely. We explained that
prices were the only thing we
were catting, and that we were
cutting them to please the public
and when they knew we were
A STRICTLY ALL-WOOL . .
SUIT JTOR 6.00,
We dl not think anyone wonM
make us trouble for using a knifo.
The Leading: Clothier.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
U.AM. R. R.
10, from Schuyler except Sunday
12, dally except Sunday
S3, dally except Sunday
30. freight from Louisville
5, dally ..
7, fast mall, dally .. ...
9, to Schuyler, except Sunday...
61, dally except Sunday
29, freight to LoulsTlUe
.5:16, p. in.
10:84. a. m.
ll:S5, a. m
.3:25. p. in.
12:23. p. Hi.
. . 2 : 50, p. m
..3:43. p. u
..2:12. p. in.
,.2:"A. p. m.
..4:50, p. in.
..8:00. a. m.
m . p. r. n.
GOING NORTH: LeRTe.
Passenger, No. 1 . 4:S0 a. m
No. 183 5:03 p. m
Freight, No. 127 (dally exc'ptSanday) 3:55 p. m
Passenger, No. 2 1043 p. m.
So.l&4 11:52 a. m.
freight, No. 126 (dally except Sunday )10:05 a.n
Maud "Why did you not sing to
night?" May "Because they only asked
tne twice. The idiots!"'
"Miss May Ture is still a very Land
come woman. I wonder why she never
married? "She used to be a gTeat flirt.
N. Y. Press.
Ambiguous. Baron "What do yon
say, master, can a respectable man still
wear this suit?-' Tailor "O, yes, llerr
Baron, but not you." Fliepende Blatter.
King'ley "Wouldn't you like a copy
of my poem on the girl who don't knovP
how U cook? Binzo "Thanks, old
man; but I've got the original at home.
ilicks "I don't know when I have
enjoyed a play so much; I sat through It
with bated breath. " Mrs. Ilicks "Ex
cept when you were out after bait. -N
The Most L'nkindest Cut of AIL
The Leading Lady "The theft of luy
diamonds was a great blow for me."
Heartless Reporter "So everybody
aays." Jeweler' Weekly.
Softleigh "Old Soak says he saw
the aurora borealU last night. I thought
he was nearsighted?" Sharpleigh
That accounts for it. The old boj
can't see bej-ond his own nose." N. Y.
"Difficult: Why, I could learn to
play that piece of music in no time at
alL" "That's the trouble with your
playing." "How so?" "You play every
thing in no time at all."
Mrs. Lush forth" What Li the exact
meaning of 'jag?"" Mr. Lushforth
'Strictly speaking, it means that a man
is not entirely intoxicated just merely
on the way." "I wish you would come
home early some evening and let me see
lor myself." Indianapolis Journal.
After Many Years. Strawber
proudly) "That shirt was worn by
my grandfather in the war of 1812.
Gingerly "It's strange that I never
law it before," Strawber "It has just
comeback from the laundry." Clothier
Prominent Wholes! (irocar of Omaha
To the afflicted:
Several years ago I discovered a
light falling and Lleedingof the lower
bowel which increased and became
very distressing. I made inquiry as
to the nature of the disease and learned
that I bad a somewhat aggravated case
of Hemorrhoids or Tiles. Was told of
several remedies and used them as di
rected, obtaining thereby some tem
porary relief. Not being satisfied with
such slight relief I cast about for a per
manent cure; when a friend directed
the use of the famous Magnet Pile
Killer. I used it. Immediate relief
from pain followed, and soon a com
plete cure was affected.
For sale by Gerlng & Co.
Subscribe for "the Weekly Jour
nal $1 per year, if paid in advance.
One wrote his Dime with careless hatid
Upon the yellow shining Hand,
Then onward passed, with confidence.
Saying 'Twill last till ages heuce."
All day the passers stopped and read.
"Behold, the man Is great," they said.
Nor wist his glory would mot lat't
Till four-and-twenty hours had past.
The billows rolled upou the beach.
Each white-capped breaker followed esch,
And, lo! the writer's name was not;
No line was left to mark the spot :
Above the sands, upon a stone,
Another labored, long, alone.
He cut his name with greatest care
Upon the tablet cold and hare.
Not to engage the passer's eye.
He labored there, 'twlxt earth sndsky,
Hat for the love of work well done
He tolled till setting of the tun.
Not many raised their eyes to him ;
Some smiled derisive at his whim
And said "The rock is like to fall.
Then will his recompense be small."
Ills dust is scattered long ago.
Hut on the rock the letters glow ;
The waves that break upon the beach
To that high place can never reach.
riattsuioutb. May 2". 1895.
Llt of Lfttrra
Remaining unclaimed in the poatoflice
at I'lattsmouth, Nebraska, June 4,
Persons calling for any of theabove
letters or parcels will please say "ad
vertised." W. K. Fox, P. M.
Farm Loans made at lowest rates.
T. II. Follock, over First Xat'I Lank.
Eastern Nebraska has not fared as
well as the western part of the state
in the matter of raius during the past
week. but we have had enough, and
tLat is better than a Hood. Alto
gether, from Thursday till Monday,
just about au inch of water fell, but it
cHtnein four or live showersa little
at a time. It came slowly, too, just as
it was needed.
f . r 1 1 r and IIU Cotrrle Srhr.u.nj, to Itrtala
4't.utrol of the I'ulted Matra rnlr.
S-hh comment has len caused by
tl.e notice for a uieetiug at Netv Yortt,
-Mit out by Chairman Carter to mem-U-rs
of the republican national com
mittee. Thostt who reeeired the .no
tices declined to say where the meet
lug wa to take place. Sain Fessenden.
of Connecticut, i-i at the Hot! in an
hotiMf. He declined to speak of the
meeting, and seemed surprised b learn
that Mr Carter's notice had leaked out.
W. J. Campbell, of Chicago, has Wen
in town within the last few days. AU
that he would say was that he had ex
f.fctt.l to hear from Mr. Carter. It
was ascertained that Mr. Carter and
his brethreu are to meet for the pur
pose of cooperating with the aenate
committee of republicans who are in
terested in maintaining a republican
majority in the United States -enat-.
For a week or more after election
most of the republican committee, to
(rether with a number of republican
United States senators, pave out thnt
they wanted the democrats to have the
annate; that they would not lift theii
hands to hare it otherwise, and they
talked in eighteen different dialects of
the happiness they would experience
in watching the democrats have con
trol of the senate. Hut a change has
come over the spirit of their dreata
They now propose to uake a bitter
fitjht aaiut the party that lias re
reived such positive popular indorse
meat, and the committee when it meets
expects to receive some tips from Car
ter on the manner of keepiujr the sen
ate, by fair means or ful, within th
rpuhli:in fold. Chicago Time.
Wife (indignantly, after reading pa
per) I am erfectly sick aud tired of
reading about big hats in the theaters.
Husband (mildly) Not half so tired,
my dear, as we men are of seeing thszn.
"Life is full of trials, you know,
said the missionary to the man in jail.
"Yes." was the doleful reply, "an most
of "em convictions. Wa&hJnsrtrn s;...
TnE Journ al invites the merchants
of Flattsmouth to use its columns to
advertise their wares. We know that
it reaches the people who are to buy
of them or of some other dealers. The
farmers he begun stocking up for
spring and Hummer. Now is time to
invite tliern to buy of you. There is
no doubt but you can sell goods at
prices they can afford to buy for, and
the only question is, will you make the
invitation so that they will see it and
take advantage of it. Make a trial of
The Jol'unal'8 columns, and you
will be pleased with the results, sure.
FA KM LOANS.
Last fall we were told that we could
not borrow money or renew loans if
Holcomb was elected governor. Never
theless, I now have money to loan on
good farm security, at a less rate than
ever before. Write or call and see me
if you desire a loan. J.M.Lkyda,
12-3m Tlattsmoutb, Neb.
Money to Loan
On farming lands. Low rates, long
times. No delay in securing loans.
Inquire at First National bank. 7
Prominent Druggists or It lair. Neb., Write
Magnet Chemical Co.
Dear Sir:-Tbe goods which we
bought through your salesman are
sellers; the Magnet Pilk Killer es
pecially sells good and gives excellent
satisfaction. We have re-ordered
through our jobbers several times.
Palmer & Taylor.
For sale by Gerlng & Co.
THE ENORMOUS COST OF WAR
An Array of Figaros That Is Simply As
It appears, according to the estimates
of French and German statisticians,
there hare perished in the wars of th
last thirty years i.,500,000 men, while
there has been expended to carry them
on no less than the. inconceivable sum
of 113,000,000,000. Of this amount France
has paid nearly $.'3,500,000,000 as the cost
of the war with Prussia, while her loss
In men is placed at 15",000. Of thest
80,000 were killed on the Held of battle,
6,000 died of sickness, accidents, oi
suicide, and 'JO.OOO in Uermau prison,
while there died from other causes
enough to bring1 the number up to the
given argrt'ate. The sick and wounded
amounted to 477,4 ilt the lives of many
thousands of whom were doubtless
shortened by their illness or lnjurie.
According to Dr. Roth, a German uu
lhority, the Germaus lost during the
war (50,000 men killed or rendered in
valid and $000,000,000 in money, thii
being the excess of expenditure or ol
material losses over tho 1,250,000,00c
paid by Frauce by way of indemnity.
Dr. Kngel, another German statistician,
jives the following as the approximate
cost of the principal wars of the last
thirty years: Crimean war, $2,000,000,000
Italian war of 1S59, $300,000,000; Prusso
Daaish war of 18J4, $33,000,000; War oi
the Rebellion North $3,100,000,000,
South $-',300,000,000; Prusso- Austrian
war of 1-UJO, $330,000,000; Russo-Turklsb
war, $125,000,000; South African wars,
$3,770,000; African war. $1?.,J50,000;
Servo-Bulgarian, $170,000,000. All thes
wars were murderous in the extreme,
The Crimean war, in which few battle!
were fought, cost 750.000 lives, only 50,
000 less than were killed or died of theii
wounds, north and south, during the
War of the Rebellion. Tho figures, it
must be remembered, are German, and
might not agree precisely with th
American estimates. Tho Mexican and
Chinese expeditions cost $200,000,00$
and eS.OOO lives. There were 250,001
killed and mortally wounded during the
Itufr&hv-Turkey war, and 45,000 each ia
the Jtsilan war of 1S59 and tho war bo
tween lVussia and Austria. In the
other wars the loss of life was relative
ly less, which did not make either thf
men or money easier to part with in th
more limited areas where they occurred
And this is but a part of the accounting,
since it does not include the million
expended during the last twenty yea.r
in maintaining tho vast armaisnU
the European powers, the losses cauiwi
by stoppage of commerce and manufao
turej, and the continual derangeme
of industries by the abstraction rm
useful employment of so manv millions
of persons held for a period of mHitary
service extending froiu thret to tt
eax. -Toronto Mail.
A Iteeortl of Hattle Fought There
Cent arte Ago.
In the year 1CS5, Tonty says in his
Memoir, "I arrived at the Fort Chi
tagou where M. Do la Durantayc com
manded." This waa tho lirst fort there
oi which we liave any account, aud was
probably a stockade structure con
structed by Durautayne in 16!5. Tonty
also marched from the Illinois with six
teen Frenchmen and two hundred In
dians to take part in this campaign, and
according to one account he came by
the way oi Chicago and mustered some
recruits here, perhaps from the garrison
of tho fort, lie led his parly across the
country to Detroit, where he rurt
Durantayc and two other famous pion
eers. La Foret and Daniel Greysolon Da
Lhut, from whom the presen.t city of Du
luth taken its name. They had a large
body of French and Indians from the up
per lakes, and the united force pushed on
to Niagara and joined the governor
general's army at the rendezvous on
tho southern shore of Lake Ontario,
near the Seneca couutry. Two thou
sand five hundred men marched through
the wilderness toward tho great town
of the Senecas, with Durantaye, Tonty
and Lhut, aud their couriers de tois in
the van. In the narrow defile the ad
vance, separated from the inalr body,
came upon an ambush of thres hun
dred Indian warriors, who closed upon
their rear with yells of triumph, thinking-this
detachment to be the whole
army. Rut better leaders for such a
Cray there could not be than these three
Intrepid Frenchmen, who held their
wood-rangers steadily to their work,
until suddenly through the forest came
the main Ixxly, headed by four com
panies of tho fightings Carijnan rejrfc
ment, and the Senecas sullenly aban
doned the field. Their g-reat town was
taken and destroyed, and down to our
own time- their descendants knew the
scene of their crushing defeat by tho
French as Dyagodiyu, or The Place of
a Battle." -Edward G. Mason, in New
E airland Mavazin.
AN UNDISPUTED DECISION.
Xt "Was so 4'laliilr Warranted That There
Wui No Appeal.
Jt so happened that several days ago
a certain well-known lawyer, who for
narrative purposes shall be nameless
came into the official presence of n
learned judge whoso cognomen shall
likewise Im discreetly veiled.
The lawyer did not arrive alone. He
was accompanied by a large number oi
previously encompassed drinks, and, in
the language of the pave, a symphonio
brannigan" was concealed about hi
"Mr. 'remarked the Solon, "I aia
astonished to see you iu such a condi
tion." "Dish un," sighed the lawyer. Wsi
"There is no need of explaining, air."
" Yesher is. You 'tack my condlshun
ra,7.ermatter wish it?"
To be plain, Mr. you are very
'Y'r houor," responded the inebriated
one after a moment's pause, "I've been
prac'sing here for uTeen years un' that's
the flrsh c'rect decishun I ever heard In
It cost him fifty for contempt. N. T.
"IIow has that railroad into your city
affected her prosperity?"
"Buined it. People can get away now
for lesa than it costato stay." Judi-e.
At the Old Stand Again,
Brand lTom7m Stools: of
Hats and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Etc., of
the Best Material, Workmanship and the
Very Latest Styles. -
YOU HATE SEEN HIS STOCK
YOU WILL BE MORE THAN SURPRISED
HOW LITTLE MONEY YOU NEED TO BUY
FIRST-CLASS GOODS. -
The Singer Han'fg Co.
it mcti :i v i :i
54: Pirst Awards.
tlvU? lb !art-l iaiiii!tr .f nrj u)-tia(-1
t'T uy eiLltjiior anl mon- ttmii hjuU'.e the
li'imtH r r el vf.l t,jr :l oihrr vme Mrti htn
c4ta'alpr. Awr t rt-cUf-l un tl fuliowlnir-
Ft!iy SetTitir? Muchlnt, . .s. N.. 2.
I. .. 15.RH1 .!n je Trm-n Autn.it.tlc
Chain StUcU Maottlitr. !w?wln Mrtrniliv
CiMiH U, Art IIfntrl1r:f. Lact-n. 'ir
tIn). i'i hoiktrr. Artlstlf Furnihi t. w.
Sfvrlinaol Kiuorvi lrry. T'try M
Also 43 TMrtta. covcrlfiiC mk iittiri
for manifrtr.re In eretf Un whrrf a
wln M it-li In inn tt ut-l m Wil
Cotton ai.l MlJc Clotti. Knit ;hI
Leallu-r . t-u.. f ortiAiuei'tal -liicMrii;
but'oii i. K-tri. i;.-rti1
AG K. NTS WANTKD.
The Singer BIT g Co
"All Over tho WWld."
Ilrnrta m- 1510 lic.ufU. niulia
it. g. i.iViriOHTo;;,
ATTCRh h.Y AT LrA W.
I N BUR AS'CS,
T'latt mouti.. -.rk
BTREIQJ1T h SATTLEK,
Aacrari tv llnr) ..
Htovea. ll:ii, I'u'iut, iri;:(a.
Oar iro'taro Il'i - ; t . ;. rt-ry lii
An lriTdttl(atlori Inctrialn to iinT'iiw
BHESON Is. liOOT.
Attorneys at Law,
VI.ATTMO!"! II. Ni:b.
OFFI"V.-iiimr-r? Mct. '' v ' -i
Attorney at Law,
OPr'ICE: St-cond floor of tiieTodd b'ork. et
of the court bou.
FAT PEOJPIiE !
Pahk 0itt Pills will reluoe your weight
PKUMANEXTLYfroiu Vila l5pounJsa month.
NO MTAKVINU, ulcltnesi or luJury;N( PU1I
LIC1TY. They buIM up the henlth antlbeautl
tj the complexion, leavlon No WKINKI.KSor
tUhhlUCaa. STOUT AliUOMKNS and difficult
breathlui'i'irely relieved. NO UXI'KHIM KNT.
but aclentlfic and positive relief, adopted only
after yeara of eterlence. All ordera auptlled
direct from our offlc. Price t2.00 per package
or three packages for t&.OO y mall pout paid.
TeHtlmonlalaaud particulars lealedj 2ceula.
jtgr"All correapoudence utrlctly couBJeotlal.
Park Remedy Co., Boston, Mass
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V. 0. Frlcke & Co, drogglsts.
a Dollar's Worth
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Every purchase made at his stor
I all a Bat
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Tlie Grocm w,
Cor. Sixth and Pearl Sta.,
I KEEP EVKItYTIUNO .IN TUKIH I.INL.
Give Good Weight,
Deliver Prom ptlr
YOUIt CUSTOM IM N(lMt:iTfr:ll
DKA I.Kit IN
Lumber and Coal
Mend ola coal .-.
Canon City coal
.. f i.2T,
Tlieso tiny Gapaulca aro superior
to Jiamm of Copaiba, s
Cubcba ami Injcctlona. fiRTTTi I
They euro in 4B hours llio -J
s&iuo tlisciiHCS "wltliout anylncorv
rcnlencc. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
0. 11 NDILE, M.D.
Titc ;ootl Hatnai nait'M
WORLD HERBAL DISPENSARY Or MLD1CINE
DALL1 OF QILEAD HEHVIflE,
For Young and Middle Ai-d Men.
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P.O. money or dir. .diitn m . nj
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lo CX. tic4i (tl I L(Ju LI1C1L yJJk KJ Let 1 1 I CT U LIU
lifc:t nnci niri-:f rrnndn for thf lfnc:t mnnn'
fgl 0 The Old Reliable
JLJUf Pioneer Merchan'
r r W "V I -a, a- S- a a- -1 t- ,
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HAS PUKCH.SFl THF. f
Sixth Street Checkered I
AND WILL KUN tT U;
FfltST-CLASS ,S 'Jf r
Sp'N'lal alli'htloi. to Funcralp. iNrkt. . ;
uu to nil train. "i'r-j!nptn- a:i H.Jo..
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.r. Ji'?. AH!VO,-0 CHEMICAL CC
lot V;t-?m vf f,uo CHIC.
G. M. PKNGLE, M.l
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WORLD HEKBAL DISPENSARY 0 MEDIC,
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