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About The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1896)
DBUUM! DEI OTENT
Do yon know that next Wednesday
light and Thursday there will be a meet
ing of Mutual Iu8U' .nee men at the Lin
dell hotel in thin e y that will interest
m A InotMiA nil m' am nnuanf
an ' x tit nil ulu an , u
' There are man .subjects of interest to
every mutual man that he would like to
hear about, come and Rive you idea
about it and get value in return from
others. The members of mutual com
panies do not concern themselves as they
should about the way their officers are
doing business for tbem. It seems that
in as much as their insurance is costing
but little they are satisfied and do not
care to school their officers if it would
cost the company a few dollars, but in
time the company would be largely bene
fitted by sending a representative to a
conference of this kind.
In Iowa there are companies twenty
five and thirty years old that send two
men each year to the association meeting
at Des Moines, and consider themselves
well paid. The precedent they give us
should be followed if we desire the suc
cess that they make of insurance in every
line except life.
Come, again we say come, and let us
council together for the benefit of mutual
'EHitor VValth Makers:
If Grovjr and the Rothschilds (who are
partners and fast friends) should con
elude that the p. ople must have a little
dust thrown in their eyes, and they
should conclude that a little sham war
would just be the thing, I wonder why
Grover could not be conquered and then
his friend Roth could say, Grover I think
that your people need a guardian ap
pointed, and as you and John Sherman
have been working in our interest for
long time we will appoint one of you
prince and the other chief advisor and
you may have any title to your name
you desire, and you may rule your peo
pie while you live and then Ruth may
rule, just as Queen Tick does, that is, as
we want her to.
Col. L. C. Pace will deliver an address
on the "Trinity af Man, or Man as a
lhree-fold Being," before the Social
Science Club in the A. 0. U. W. hall, 1114
street, Sunday evening, Jan. 12, at
8 o'clock. The public is cordially invited
The attention of our readers is called
to the advertisement in another column
of Lyon & Holmes, Complexion Special
ists, 251 5th Ave. New York City. It is
a well known fact that the best and
wfeHt treatment for any disease of the
face is 1'ace 'Steaming. By such treat
metit the microbes which are now regard
ed by scientists as the cause of all skin
diseasps are easily destroyed. The skin
becoming as nature intended it to be:
soft, smooth, clear and white; and per
fectly free from blotch or blemish. Messrs
Lyon & Holmes, place this treatment
within the reach of every one by offering
to send one ot tneir race bteamers free
af nhnrm to evprv nersnn nrrlarino1 nun
Sottle of their Complete Skin Cleanser,
They also offer a reward of $100.00 in
rold, for any case of Freckles, Eczema,
lan. Tetter, Pimples, Blotches, Moth
Hatches. Brown or Liver Snots, lilaek
ieads, Ugly muddy skin, Uunatural Red
ness, or any other blemish of a scrofu
lous or kindred nature that their Face
Steamer and Complete Skin Cleanser will
lot quickly remove and permanently
As this firm is endorsed by the press of
New lork City, we have no hesitancy in
recommending them to our readers.
; ' ,
Agricultural School for Girls.
Minnesota has a Girls School of
Agriculture, where the fair student
becomes a master of plowing, harrow
ing, of cooking, canning, smoking,
pickling, dairying, flower-growing,
fruit gardening, poultry raising and
stock breeding; of sewing, darning,
leather repairing, entomology, house
hold economics and domestic and agrl
IS IT A TRIFLE ?
That Common Trouble, Sour Stomach,
Now Known to he the Source of Ser
"Sour Stomach," is the common name
lor acta dyspepsia, ana because it is a
common everyday trouble with many
people, they have come to look upon it.
as of little consequence, as affecting the
general health. .Nevertheless, the most
serious diseases have their beginniiitr
from, this very condition. It is caused in
tti&JIirst Dlace from weakness of the
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Miitr nun II iNiifiMi ntr f 1 1 i.nn ifirwi ni
fiHH ir Tn no in rim nrnthnoh fnr hnnpa
lermentmg, causing gas, sour rising in
the mouth, heart-burn, headaches, op
pression despondency, dullness, etc.
The blood is thin, impure, and circula
tion poor simply because it is replenished
from this mass of fermenting, half di
gested food. This condition of the
stomach cannot continue very long with
out deranging the uervous system, the
kidneys, heart, liver, or lungs. Which
ever is weakest will break down first.
Pure blood, strong nerves and muscles,
firm healthy flesh can only come from
wholesome food well digested. "Blood
purifiers" and "nerv tonics" do not reach
the cause of the mischief. The stomach
is the point to be looked after. The
safest aud Burest way to cure any form
of indigestion is to take after each meal
some harmless preparation which will of
itself digest food. There is an excellent
preparation of this kind composed of
vegetable essences, pure pepsin, Golden
Seal and fruit salts, sold by druggists
under name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tub
lets and these tablets taken after meals
assist digestion wonderfully because they
will digest the food promptly, before it
has time to ferment and sour and the
weak stomach relieved and assisted in
this way soon becomes strong aud vigor
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are super
ior to any secret patent medicines be
cause you know what you are taking
illtn Vrilll Dtnmnnli rP 1 1 n i nA a. .1.4 I
druggists everywhere at 50 cents per
oooie'a Aluminum com Economise r
FITS ANY COFFEE POT
PfM Trial No Kgg needed to fettle. Keep the
, blackens, Wc guarantee our
1 Economwr to make better.
The Cone stronger and rloiier coffee.
Price with 1-8 lem. We allow
Pott Efl o jrarcWer one ereei'n
Lm 0UCtrl "'" end If not satle
rm'" factory can be returned and
Ka, vm . Clean luaiue. jtuvvr riiaw or .
wewiii rernnrt the money.
ARTHUR L. DOME OO.
all Wesuk An..0Umm. tn.
Odds and Ends in Shoes!
Which we are closing out at the following greatly
Men's and Boys' Shoes.
$2.00 and $2.50 Men's Buff and Dcvone
Calf, now $1.75.
$3 and $3.50 Men's Calf Dongola Shoes,
now $2. 1 5.
$4 and $$ Men's Kangaroo and Cordovan
Shoes, now S2.50.
$1.50 Men's Buff 9 to uj, now gi.oo.
$1.35 and S1.50 Boys' Button and Congress,
Blue Ribbon School Shoes. .
5J to 7, former price $1.25, at 95c.
8 to lo4, former price $1.50, at $1.20.
11 to 13, former price $1.75, at $1.40.
13 to 2, former price $2.00, at $1.60.
Ladies'. Misses' & Children's Shoes.
S2.25, S2.50, $3.00, and $3.50 Ladies' Don
gola Kid, 2 to &,y2, plain toe, now $1.25.
$3 and $3.50 Ladies' Welts, patent tips,
pointed and square toe, now $2.25.
gi.25 and Si. 50 Misses' Dongola Kid
Shoes, 13 to 2, now gi.oo.
75c Children's Kid Shoes5 to 84, now
$1.25 Oil Grain, 8 to 9, now 75c.
921 0 Street, Opposite Postoffice,
Beautiful Architectural Specimen, to Bi
Seen In Small Towns.
It was my privilege to see ten ol th
cathedrals of England, and situated, ai
some of them are, in small towns, on
comes on visiting them to know mor
of the life of the people than the tour
ist can attain who flies from one greai
city to another,! says a writer in the
Springfield Republican. Each travelei
will have his favorite among them, ant
all have their excellencies and defects
Some of them are partially spoileo
by the smoke of the town, and anj
restoration ought to be welcome that
will clean it off. Such is the case with
York and Lincoln, and, to a greater ex
tent, with Peterborough, whose mag
nificent facade, or rather architect's
conception of it, is best appreciated b
the study of a photograph. As th
English are not inclined to the apo
theosis of dirt, they have in many
cases removed the disgrace in recent
years, and Peterborough itself is now
made glorious within, in all the marvel
ous beauty of its cream-white stone.
When these buildings are not in smoky
towns the atmosphere, after the lapse
of ages, has sometimes heightened the
architectural effect, so that Ely. grows
old gracefully, and . Salisbury even
beautifully. Salisbury and Canterbury
seem well-nigh perfect. In Durham
the marble columns are marred by a
puerile fluting; the towers of York are
not all finished. The wonderful cen
tral tower of Lincoln has lost Its pin
nacles; the great facade of Peterbor
ough is out of proportion to the build
ing; the external effect of Ely is too
much like a fortress; the spires of
Litchfield are not mates in color and
are somewhat ornate; but upon Canter
bury and Salisbury the eye rests con
tent And yet he is little to be envied
who would not find Intoxicating joy in
every one of these, so great are they
and in their varied power so lifting the
beholder above and beyond all inciden
tal defects, and it is quite to the credit
of the young woman from Springfield
who Is said to have burst into tears at
the sight of Westminster abbey.
Northwestern System Holiday Rates
Fare and third for round trip to any
system station within a distance of 200
miles. Tickets sold Dec. 24, 25, 31, and
Jan. 1. Return limit. Jan. 2d. Citv
office 117 So. 10th St. Depot cor. 8th
and S Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER II
we want luuo more active agents before
July 1st. We will guarantee 120 to $30 per day
can be easily made In any locality ; our good,
sell themelve; we furnish a large roll of
l&mnlAa entirely Si'TtlTI-. nnrl allow ftn n
cent, commission on all sales. Send to-dfty
ior run particulars, or we win senu wttn
same a Valuable sample of our goods In
solid Silver upon receipt of 10 cents In
silver or stamp. Kstablinhed In 188a. Ad
dress, 8TANI)AKl blLVERWAKK
CO.. Boston. Mass.
FOR FIFTEEN DAYS.
ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD,
A NEW DISCOVERY WHICH IS
WORTH THAT MUCH.
To Anyone Afflicted with Piles,
The Pyramid Pile Cure, the new, pain
less remedy which ha? been so remark
ably successful in curing every form of
piles and rectal diseases, has reeently
dwii placed on sale at druggists and it is
safe to say that when its extraordinary
merit becomes fully known, there will be
30 such thing as surgical operations for
thecure ol this obstinate and common
Mrs. M. C. Hinkly, of 601 Mississippi
St., Indianapolis, Ind., says: I had been
t terrible sufferer from piles for 15 years
ind no remedies benefitted me. until I
iaw an advertisement of the Pyramid
Tile Cure; I got a package, also a pack
ing of Pyramid Pills and used both ac
cording to directions. I was astonished
it the immediate relief obtained and now
I honestly believe the Pyramid to be the
silly certain cure for piles.
That you may realize how bad I was, I
will say that I was confined to my bed
and went before the college physicians
lere who said my case was a new one to
them aud wanted seven or eight hundred
Jollars to undertake a cure; the great
;nin had brought on a rupture, and I
Knew an operation would be death to me
on account of blood poisoning. Nearly
-vurvone here knows of my terrible suffer
ing from piles and I feel that I cannot
praise the Pyramid Pile Cure enough,
unil the Pyramid Pills also. My husband
will join me in highly recommending the
Pyramid, my daughter was cured by one
box only. For several years I weighed
but about 90 pounds, now I weigh 150
and feel in perfect health.
This seems to be the universal testi
mony of every sufferer from piles who
have ever tried the Pyramid; it is the
safest, most painless pile cure yet dis
covered; contains no opiate, morphine,
cocaine or any poisonous ingredient
whatever, has a soothing, healing effect
from the firttt application, and the moder
ate price places it within the reach of
everyone needing treatment. ' The Pyra
mid Pile Cure is sold by Druggists at 50
cents and $1.00 per package and the
Pyramid Pills at 25 cents per box.
Send to Pyramid Co., Albion, Mich.,
for free book on ennwe and cure of piles.
Insanity Increases with Tea-Drinking.
Insanity has for years been on the
Increase in Ireland, and a medical com
mission declares that the Increase is
largely due to excessive tea-drinking.
0. F. LAM8ERTS0N, D.D.S.,
Ohio College Dental Surgery
10 years continuous practice
Office: Alexander Block,
1 2th and P Streets,
Rooms 23 and 24.
Testta on Rubber, Platinum, Gold and aluml
nm Plate. Bridge Work. Gold and Poroelala
On Dress Goods, Flannels, Blankets,"
On Mufflers, Flannel Shirts, Gloves
and Mittens, German Socks and Caps.
10 Per Cent
Discount on our regular line of Boots
and Shoes, and Rubber Goods during
v this sale. Remember this sale lasts
only 15 days, so call -at once and
secure some of the Bargains.
20 Per Cent Off
On Shawls, Underwear, Hoods, and
Fascinators, Cardigan Jackets.
Why Pay Interest?
Sixty million are paying it to i
They do not enjoy it, but they
suppose it is inevitable.
One man knows better. His
name is J. W. Bennett, and he
has written a book called A Breed
of Barren Metal, or Currency and
He shows the absurdity of the
old arguments to justify interest;
he shows what a blight on human
ity interest isj he shows a practi
cal and peaceable way of abolishing
His book is simple enough for
a schoolboy to understand, and
yet so scientific and original that
statesmen can learn from "it.
It is a book of 256 large pages,
but to reach the millions it is
offered at 25 cents postpaid, or in
a handsome cloth binding for
libraries at 75 cents postpaid.
Charles H. Kerr & Company, Publishers
56 Fifth Ave., Chicago.
We Rive, free ot charge, one of oar Face Steam
erg to every purchaser of a f 1.00 bottle of oar
Complete Skin Cleanser.
Pimples, Rlackheads, Freckles,
Moth Patches and all Discol
oration of the Skin.
Staamlng the face ia the only Bare and safe
procem to remove akin blotchen, placing the skin
Id a clean and health; condition, giving a most
Pare Hteamer eent complete with every order.
Including Cleauger, Holler, Lamp, Vaporner, and
full directions for no. Agents wanted In every
city and town In the United States. Write for
LYON & HOLMES,
251 5th Ave., - NEW YORK CITY.
Mt atlon this paper tn order.
Go to 117 So. 10th St. for B.
F. D. SHERWIN,
Second Floor Burr Block.
Teeth on Rubber. Platinum, Gold, Alomlnnm. and
ndOrowaWork. Oold. Poreelain. and Aiails.n.
uu nn ia ins TiMK
fX sir II L J Can do
I I W U V V U ?fnt ?
More Prosperous Than Ever
CAN BE TRULY SAID OF
Lincoln Normal University.
90 PER CENT MORE STUDENTS ENROLLED THIS YEAR
THAN FOR THE CORRESPONDING PERIOD LAST YEAR.
We have the BEST TRAINING! SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS In Nebraska, or the West for
that matter. We have the only well tqaipptd Business College In Nebraska. If yoa doubt thia
statement come to see tor yourself. "Seeing Is believing."
We prepare students to enter the State University ot Nebraska, and grades mads with as am
Oar faculty of 18 experienced men and women Is the strongest to be found In any Normal,
Business, or Preparatory School In the State.
We assist all worthy graduates to positions.
We have school the year round and yoa ean enter at any time and take up such studies as
iODou.v uieuofcee m eiitiemeiiv man we nave
of Lincoln Normal University.
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION 13 SPECIALLY EMPHASIZED. WE GIVE THE BACK"
WARD STUDENT A CHANCE.
We have the largest and finest laboratories to be found in any unendowed Normal school wast
For Catalogue address. HILL M. BELL, M. S., Pres.,
Normal, Lincoln, Neb.
CASH ADVANCES MADE ON
REFER TO ANY CINCINNATI BANK.
WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS.
WHY 9 le your sows and plffs at farrowlne? VTe my new foreppi" ami nave them. Wu. mi vuu wimple 1
11(11 i Introduce them at wholemle price. BOOK about plirs FHK.K. J. N. Nclmrni. )i Hut. liitvenrmit.il
There Is No
It col both vravft. Anna
Three Cent Column.
"For Sale." "Wanted." "For Exchange." as4
small advertisements for short time, will be
cnsrirea tnree cents per wora ior taen insertion.
Initials or a number counted as one word. Cash
with the order.
If yon "want" anything or have anything thai
anybody else "wants," make It known through
this column. It will pay.
FRANK D. EAGER, Attorney-at-Law, 1034 0
Street, Lincoln, Neb. .
O WTT QriM Attoraey-at-Law
V J-LilOVjiM , Rooms 0 and 1
uir mui'it, ljjucuiu, neurasKa,
ANTED Fire and Cyclone Aitenta, Qood
pay. J. T. U. HWIUAKT, Bec'y, Lincoln,
WANTED Gentleman or lady to sell Dobles
Aluminum Coffee Economlser; fits any
coffee pot; saves one-third the coffee. Arthur il
llobie ft Co., 211 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111.
$75 A MONTH IS
SnuitMl. WrIU to4r. AddrMiP.O.Bei lSO, Bo.Ua, ,
DE UV1L CREAf.l SEPARATORS
Address, for catalogue and particulars,
Or Thc Oc Laval Si-sanron Co..
Eloim, tu 1 Oortlandt Street, New Tort.
TINGLEY & BURKETT,
Attorney s-at- Law.
1028 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
Oallectl.as mad. and money remitted sam. day
PRAIRIE FARM FOR SALE.
162 acres 3 miles south of Lonoke ;
all under fence ; 15 acres timber, bal.
ance prairie, of which 30 acres is in
cultivation; best quality of prairie
land; title perfect, 6 room dwelling
good stables, orchard and well, Lon--
oke is the county seat; 23 miles east of
Little Rock on L. R. & M. R. K. Price
W. H. VIVION,
i VAAA. AAA A'A f
; Picket Lawn-Fence
Stocl Posts. Bteel Ralls and Steel Onto! Rtnol Tim.
r lower ana u omaio uuaras, t aoiort Held and nog
Fence, 24 to W in. hlirti, Poultry, Garden and itabbil
Fence: Html Wire Fence. Ikj&rn.ot. t'tiljiiuittt tron
OeKALB FENCE CO. i4a High SL. OeKalb. IIL
Our grand catalogue, over 850 illustra
tions, agents' latest goods and novelties,
1 writing pen, fountain attachment, 1
elegant gentleman's watch chain and
charm, guaranteed 20 years. Your nam
In agent s directory 1 year, all sent (or
10 cents. Postage 3 cents. EMPIRE
NOVELTY CO., 157 TreoiontSt., Boston,
ALFALFA SEED A SPECIALTY.
Cane and Millet Reed, Kaffir. Jernsalem and Mtlo Malt. Cora.
BnceeM and Hnllew Barley, Heed A crp0,
Write for oor "Ho to How Alfalfa," and Pnc on .ida
McHKTII A KIMVN, ird2u tlty, Kanwu.
jrlin Pl.t- n,j . .
VlUtogt. m 'D1 Foreelln Wdg.
TO THOROUGHLY QUALIFY THEMSELVES at Bookkeepers
and Amanuenses. There is going to be a brisk revival of business
10 prepare yourseii ior good position. The
LINCOLN, BUSINESS COLLEGE
more for vouln six months than any other
Nebraska. Write for particulars. Gladly
y00. dressing D. kT LI LU BRIDGE,
me ones eauiDDea unsinese uoiiem in nenrae
63 Walnut Street, '
Commission Merchant! and
dealers in Broom Corn and all kinds
of Broom Material! Maonlnarr.
Aboilf trie !f,l
merit of HEHORNiNG
not crash. Onwcllo r kmkk )
An Organ for $5.00
On these terms you can buy
the celebrated KIMBALL organ,
highest grade, latest style, up-to-date,
fine stool and book, freight
paid, only $63.00 on payments.
Write for catalogue and descrip
tion. Agents wanted.
A. HOSPE, Jr.,
Is now offering special inducements to
all parties wishing to study Bookkeep
ing, Mathematics, Shorthand, Type
writing, Penmanship, Latin, Trigonome
try, Commercial and Railroad Telegra
phy. Special attention given to prepara
tory work for State University.
OCR FACULTY. V
W. 8. LLEWELLYN. M.A
Principal Commercial Department.
W. Q. CHALBERLAIN.
Principal Shorthand Department and Lec
turer on Commercial Law.
BERT E. BETTS,
Official Court Reporter.
8. If. TRUE,
Principal Telegraphy and Railroad Bntf
J. 0- OLSON,
Principal Penmanship Department
N. C. ABBOTT.
Latin, Trigonometry, ete.
Call or write for special rates during
Lansing Theatre Building,
LINCOLN. - - NEBRASKA.
The Salvation Army.
Tbe Salvation Army has now, in dif
ferent parts of the world, 291 shelters.
homes, labor bureaus, and other benevo
lent institutions in full operation, un
der the guidance ot 1.239 mea and
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