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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT
March 31, 1898
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DO(CootIoued from page 8.)
tain evidoneo filing the rponalMHt.jr
for th daatrnction of the Maine opon
any poraou or poraoun.
W. T. SAMPHOK.
Captain U. 8. N., President.
Went. Ootn. U, 8. N., J u&ifd Ad vocato,
Xoulf n J'owalion'i TeatlMvny.
The following are portion of tlio tea
tlmony ! KfiNn W. V. N. I'owolann
wan culled the third day of the court. Ho
teatiflod that he hud boon prowmt on
the Maine evory day from tho arriral
'of tho boat Frn and daring ft groat
deal of the diving.
In reply to cjuoKtlon to tell the conrt
nil about the condition of tho wreck, he
aid tho forward part of the hlp for
ward the aftor mnoknataok had bwiu to
all appearance ooinphitoly destroyed,
The conning tower lay in a portion op
posite the door lending to the aupnr
trnotnro aft and to atarboard, inclined
atahaut 110 degruei to tlm vertical,
with the top of the conning tower on
board. (Continuing, he diwiribwl with
oIohs detail the condition under the
main dock on tho port ldo. Tho 11
ture wore completely wrecked, while
flxtnrc! in the mime poaltlou on the
Itarboard aide wore In Nome ciwmw al
moat Intact. Tho bulkhead betwonn
the main and berth deck at tho con
ning tower Mupijorta had been blown
aft on both Midoit, but a great deul
wore on the port than on the "larboard
aide. The flroroom hutch immediately
abaft of the conning tower had boon
blown in throe direction!, aft, to atar
board mid to port. Tho protective dock
under the conning tower opport wu!
bent In two direction!.
A piece of the aldo plating Jut abaft
of the alarbonrd turret wiw vhtiblo.
Thi plate wiw bent outward aud then
tho forward end bent upward and
folded backward upon Itanlf. Thin
plate wan ahnarrol from the rent of the
plating below the water line. TIiIh
plating below the water line baa been
puflhod out to Mtarbourd. The armored
grating! of tho engine room hutch were
blown oft. A composition atrainor wa
picked up from the Htarboard quarter at
a point altout oppoaltu the poop cupHtun
and alMMit 70 foot from it. The chief
engineer thought tho Htraiunr waa from
the firemen'! waubnxmi. It waa not a
trainer in the ahlp'a Mido.
Near the piiHio of outaldo plating to
which wituoM referred above he aa d
there were piece! of red ahollaowl
plank!. On thwo plunk! wua bolted a
ooinpoidtion track two iuoho wide aud
an Inch thick.
lie thought tho ihlp on the port aide
waf entirely gone oppoMite a point Indi
cated on a diagram handed to the court.
It waa entirely blown op.
Captain Nlgibea'a Teatlnionjr.
Captain PlgHboo, in teatifying before
the court of inquiry which convened in
the harbor of Havana, Monday, Feb.
SI, Raid that he annumou" command of
the Maiue on April 10, 1897, and that
liia ahip arrived in the harlxr of Ha
vana the hutt time Jan. 21, 1808. The
anthoritlaa at Havana know of the
Maine'! coming, Coiiaul (ieueral Iaio
having iuformod the anthoritioH, ao
cording to official cnatom. After he
to k on an oflluial pilot aout by the cap
tain of the port of Havana the ahip wua
berthed in the man of wur uuclioruge
off the Machina, or the Blmara, aud ac
cording to hia unrlorHtundiug waa one
of the regular buoy! of tho place.
lie thou Htuted that he had been in
Havana in HT4 and again in lH'.Ui. He
could not atate wlwlhur the Maine whm
placed in thouxuulborthof inou-of-war,
but aaid thut ho hud heard itmiark
luce the exploaiou, uniug Captain
8tvona, temporarily in ooiumand of
the Ward line ateumcr City of Wanh
iugtou an authority, for the atatemout
that he had never known in all hi ex
perience which covered vlalt to Huvaua
for five or atx ywira, a man-of-war to be
anchored at that buoy; that he had
rarely kuowu morvhuut vimumjI to be
auehuiud there and that it wm the
leant nM)d buoy in the harbor, In dea
crthlug the aiirMuuditig wlteu flint
iw Hired t thl bu iy Captain SikUh
tatwt that the H;muili tiiau-of war
Alfoiuo XII wan miHinxl in the HMt
llott now oe apted by the Fern, about
a.'AJ yarU tollui northward aud we4t
ward of the Maine, The Oeritiau ahip
Urteanatt wm aie lerl at the lrth
bow wviipltsl )y the Hpaulnh iuau-if
war Iitl k,o which la about 4mt yard
about due nirth fnim ih Maine
II then located the Herman iuu
of . war Charltilte whu h ram lato the
harUtr a day or two latr, which waa
aihr'4 to I ha aomhwarl of Ilia
Matua'i trtlt aUml 4ai or ti yardt
la d nl.iiic the larMundlag at the
tliu of the atpkiakoH, 4UHalti rigl
UMlhat the tttgal waa ralia aud
!tUI. Tha alfouatt III m at the aauta
lrh Tlia ttuiUl fpauiaH itupahh
UxU Is H0m 4 ntiua oal thetUy
Vfor and u the bwrta wi the Ur
laaa mat uf war, lUa tiiMmu. whk h
ka4 WU. The t4aer Vitf of Waaa
lagtott waa attehtuM aWtwl yM Ki
1 urn auiu tu i pi w m ?
Ituhlljr lha aarirr
The Malue elst at Kay Waal, lav
lag wh etwal I At Ida, lha xl Uia
tvtf aUtty luno l au I takn frmu lha
fvviul rM( kle 't liia ih1 wa
y!at giuvM lr In In if ai au
Give the Children a Drink
alMUralaa It la d.lk-Uiaa, a
tiui. aoarmllag lmt Artab U tai
Ik 4 ! M'llMk Hd4 9 ail gritwra
aaJ hla.1 y all aa a IS
aa,alrartr ffa4 IMaiW
hte tba m a,.Ra M tf ttow al
It tetartuaa tt lie, llraia tl aid
iigaakUHi a4 aimietaaM la ato, It
! aet a UwalaaV kt aUH laHWt.
aa4 afcit Jrae, aa eall a ,lttlte, a 4nal
II ttlwit !, t-U aUoatt(M
Mead m ttlt laa4
era. No report waa received Irom tho
chief engineer that any coal had been
too loug In tho bunker and that the
fire alaui! In tho bunker! are aonwuve.
Inofaraathe regulation! regarding
inflammable! and paint! on board ,;(Jap
tuin Hiuatjoo toatifiod that the regula
tiona were atrictly carried out in regard
to atorago and that the waato also waa
dubloct to the !am carer ui aiHpoNiuon
Aa to the "ituatlon of tho paint room
he fixed it aa in the "eye! of the hlp,"
juHt below tho berth dock, the extrome
forward compartment. Aa for the dl!-
pottltiou of inflammable!, thiy were
atowed in cheat! according to tho regu-
latloiia and wlien lufiammablo! were In
excoa! of cheat capacity they wore al
lowed to bo kept in the bath rmim of the
admiral' cabla. Regarding the Miwma
jdautof the Maine, Captain HlgHbee
itatod that there waanoaorion ground
ing, nor Hidden flaring up of the light!
before the exploaiea, but a midden and
total collapse. Hpeaklng generally of
hla relation! with the Hpanlnh author
itiea, Captain Bignbee atuted that with
tho official! they were outwardly cor
dial. The member! of the aatouomlatlo
council of the government, however,
xooiii to have brought to tho at tention
of the navy department the fact that
he did not vbtlt tlieui and t hit fi ct
brought omburraMNmont to tho govei n
ineut at WuNhinglxm. He took tho
ground to tho department that it waa
unknown cLlouotle to cull on the civil
member! of tho colonial government
other than the governor. Withont
waiting for auch au order Captuin Hig!
beu made a vialt afterward and, a!
etated, wax ploaaautly received uud hi!
vlalt promptly returned by certain
member of the council. Later a party
of ladle and gentlemen culled and the
prexideut of the council imnle a peech,
which Captain HigHboe could not under
stand, but which wun interpreted to hint
briefly, to which he replied,
"My reply," aaid Captain Hig!bee,
"waa afterward printed in ut leuat two
paper in Havana, but the term! tnude
me favor uutonomlatlo government in
tho inland. I am informed that the
anion miMtlo government In Havana i!
unpopular among a large chut! of Hpun
iah aud Cuban realdent, I have no
moan! of knowing whether my upi ar-
rout interference in the political con
cern of the iland hud any relation to
tho detraction of the Maine."
When auk od whether there waa any
demount rat Ion of auimoMlty by pK)ple
afloat, Captain Bigxboo !aid that there
never waa on ihoro, aa he waa in
formed, but there wa afloat. Ho then
related that on tho ilrnt Bunduy after
the Maine' arrival a forryboat.crowded
detiMoly with people, civil and mili
tary, returning from a bull fight in
llegla, pu4od tho Mulue, and itlxmt 40
people on board indulged in yell,
whiHtlei aud derbdve call. During the
atay in Havana Captain Higbee took
more than ordinary precaution for the
protection of the Maine by placing ion
trlea on tho forecastle and jxxip.
He aaid ho had given order to the
miwter-ut-urin and an order to keep a
careful eye on everybody that came on
board, aud to carefully obHorve any
packngo! that might be held ou tho aup
portion thut dyiiumite or other high
exphwlve might be employed and aft
erward to inspect the route tlieno peo
ple had taken, and never to lone aight
of the importance of the order. He
atute that very few people vbdtcd the
ahip, Lieuteuaut Commuuder Wuiu
wright being ruther aevero on deul-
tory Tiaitora. There ware only two via-
it of Hpuuuth military ofUcer. Once a
party of live oriixHpuuiahoflleer camo
on board but according te the captain
they were const ruiued and not desiron
of accepting much courtesy. Thi visit
waa during tho absence of (be cuptain.
Ho naid ho made every elTort to have
the Hpuuish olllcen visit the ahip to
how good will according to the spirit
of the Maine' vlit to Havana, but with
exception stated no military otllcer of
Spain vUlteo the ahip aoclally.
Cuiiaul (iaaaral ' TVntlmonjr.
CouhuI (Ieueral FitiehuKh Iae ap
peared If fore the court ou March H.
HI trstliiiimy related to the otllctal
formalitlca preceding the Maine' ar
rival. On Jan. 94 he received a m
fnnn the atato department aaylng
that the Maine would be aent to Ha
viu mi a friendly visit tonumethe
n'gulir state of naval rebitloti le
tweatt the two coutitrie, aul ho wat
ordi r" I to tintke arriitgemeut at the
palrtcu for Ilia iuterehuuKe of ottleU)
(Hiurtealea. After a call at the p.l.eo
heaeiit the atate deartmeta a cipher
iliapntch, aaylng !
Attthortttea p4 to think the
United Hiatr ha ulterior purtae lu
aa itdtiig the ahip Hf It will olmtruet
aul "iiiitiiy and iktaea vtotit mem, mid
iiumI inlliy a (leinotwtratUtti. Ak
Hut It ten ! done till they cu gitt lu
trictMt Imiu Mdn.l Hy thai if
t 't frtaudly NiruMi, aeUuud. dlay
la oulHiprt uit
ll a lki lala, however, Ih Main
had alfwatty aaitml. Hit arrlvel ueil
d y, aud U poiiMt hr arrival lo
the ilala drHHiiil.
Uaaact III' f MtlmaaVt
Thlaf Oumi r Mala OU-rt ti( h
1'nUatl Matt-a icauirr lote Ml lutw
a had lK ai l la ltau tor the
turpi ef ttoiug klitrlitg duty u Ih!
wrw a. II hid Joi(M font limae,
making aUmi atgbt 14 Mia ttuurt el
Ulaaa Id4 aw i ki Irat daaibl,
a ! er I a fotward part ut ta
ahtiv Ti a at ua iptf4ti e
Midi i fuaad th r a all bla.
a. I fud atotvf grate enr 4om
lk " Th aiu4 tlw he wal ilawa
ferlhat ti'faarvl, end lhr hal4
)o4 4 10 lava ahalU. r4 of ibaa
lb dle te Ual lulr4eva ibaw,
Atl If he la4la4 hlaiatlf ha blag
ftM)ar4, be ilaiatt that be 4i4. titag
ever tbe ptaiae batirai b lata a hl el
It -la'h ahalU wild lha aliag im Ibam.
UtiingMlbe iigbi, uaa euitO, ba
fad a b4 f n bag. aatma4 to
bate Uaam blow a evtr the ttuui4.
iLta ltt4 that b lal bU baad laM
lle ra4 aa4 Untaght eel eevatai et,
THE PROBLEM SOLVED.
TIIK NKW MKIilCAL VlMCOVEItT
Kasult of tba Taut in Tarloui Vormt al
Chronic Indfgeatlon or dyapopaia, while
a very common irouuie, 11 a lor aorne
time been looked upon by able nhyelci-
an u u aerloua thing, aud that no time
should be loat in treating It properly at
Hie start, because recent revturche bava
shown thut the moat aerlou. fatal and
incurable diaeuaea have their origin in
Nimplw dyspepsia or ludlgoatlon.
Diabete la almply one form of Indigo
tion, the sugar anil starchy food not be
ing fiNsliiilluted by the dlgetive organ,
lu Jlrlght'a disease the albumen la not
While consumption and dysiMtpsia are
twin diwiise. and It la beyond question
that dyspepsia make a fertile aoil for
Hie eed of consumption.
Hut the trouble hit been to find a row
oily tlmt could bn thiiomlml upon to
viirt (tyniwiml1, lis It I notoriously ob
stinate aud dlfllcult to cure.
Thi ho been the ijuaatlon which ha
puzzled physician and dyspeptic alike,
until the question waa solved three year
ego by the appearance of 11 new dyapep-
aia oiire in the medical world known a
ui...,..,' 1 'I'ul.l.., uilii.t, .......
claimed wua tut 11 certain, reliable cure for
every form of stomach trouble.
i'hyslcluns, however, would not accept
ucli Mtuleinent without first giving the
new remedy many teat and carefully ob-
J' or threw year tho remedy Iiiin been
thoroughly tested lu every section of the
country aud with surprising and autla-
Httiurt'a Dyspepsia Tablet ran be
honestly claimed to be a specific, a radi
cal lasting cure for Indigestion In the
various form of nold dyspepsia or or
tomuch, gaa or wind ou stomach, too
niuuli bile, undue lullness or pressure uf
br eating nnd similar symptom result
ing from disordered digestion. Htuart'
Dyspepsia J uldel were not placed be
fore (he public until thi three year trial
left no doubt a to their value ana they
have recently been placed in the trade
mid can be found ou sale at all druggist
at the nominal price of 60 cent per
No extra vagnnt claim are made for
the remedy, it will not cure rheumatism,
pneumonia, typhoid fever nor anything
but just what, it I claimed to cure, and
that I every form of stomach trouble.
No dieting I fiocoMsary, good whole-
some foomd plenty of it and you may
rest unhw'iJ that Htuart' Iiyapepalu
Tablet Will digest It,
IJriiuitlMl claim for It that Ills a plea-
lire to recommend it to dyspeptics, be
cause It give such universal satisfaction.
Little book on stomicli Disease tent
free by addressing Htiinrt Co., Marshall,
The next t ime he went clown, Olson
toatifiod, he went down outside the
ahip forward of the crane ou tho jMirt
aide. He followed the bottom along
and found that tho ship'! aide wo
blown outward aud alongside the craue
it could be walked ou.
"At the part where alio ia blown up
completely," wltne said, "part of her
bottom plitto are turned up. I hen
you follow the bottom from there up
and underneath the bottom they are
blown inboard uud bout in. About
three fuet forward of that Hisit there U
a piece of iron laid along the bclkheud.
The sklu of the iiuido of the double
bottom i curled like a sheet of paper
inboard from tru to stern,
Amidship, ou the same Hide, there i
an armor plate, one plule complete, tho
top of the plute tanding np. The plnte
U inclined over the stitrUiard complete
ly. It Mtuud up with the thick part of
the plute dow n. It Im inclined forward
and over to slurlxmrd.
NimiihIpiI ,k a Mlim.
Lieutenant (borge M. Holmau, in
hi testimony, tul I tli explosion
aonuded like a mine, uud he had heard
mine explosion lu the ett.
Lieutenant Commander Hichiird
Wainwriuht testified tlmt the regula
tion in regard to paint audjiutlumma-
hlca, and all other precaution were
strictly carried out ou board whip
Kvery possible cum wa takeii to avoid
accident. All vUltom were aernllnixed
before being allowed to come on board
the ahip. Nobody waa allowed an w-
coiiipuulcd. HHciitl ''lookout" were
required at night. No uuauihorUel
lit w ere allowed to approach the hip.
There wa llu discipline, oUdicut
crew, nutel men, He wa lu the cap-
lalu'a iitHee at the time of IheexpUi-)
ion 1 fell a very heavy ahoca and Im ant
Itolae of falling object Oil dtvk.
Thought the ahip w Mug fired on.
Wa told by the captain lv aea thai the
tMl wer townrml. I (a aaw a few
tiii'U eoiuing, iiellv otllcer. llaaaw
Ait rv.lUl ll tlihKl III IHgAilll. N-
rau water wa tainting up. lie taw
fire forward H t Ugau la rrowd
aroend lha wra k, II Induced twt
Kt lak Ih woandtsl i ditTerwul vea
al. Ilaurderada lui lkU of Ih
eaved and wnuudmt. Thr wa
wlWut tluv'ipUu after lha aipbwtou,
l.dK Wvta followed lh pMwplMa
f a drill. Tba only or b r liol oljr.
waa lha in b r l, l iv lb ahip
II llri a nul Ih wits aliUr
light Ih follow 1114 lUofHIH I U look
a fig iih 1. 1.-ui nttil lbkk aul fw
taau aud aiiwiup! i Ut Ih wr k.
II wa w iiu. I t by an afito"l b"l
erw el rs.iularl aul Ho pulled
eroua. lib n t I, U.wi alill ttwu
Vafctwabe ft4 W(wlt MamaaaabaMT
Ja 1. Vb, 1 e4 IV llarab 1 a4
II. April 1 e4 l, lb t:ikk.w ,S.rU.
1 1 a, will eall lbU III uial o
It Una I S.hnuka, 4 la W vemiai
lMlaa t lala.lisg Onw Jaaalkta, a
na Ur Am 1 b r4 p, N
tar In Na-ae Ibaa ttH, lily elflea,
Ut f.v lotb M., .w, 1 aa4 .
M4 bble pt te aoiwe Irleal la lb
If a few men Control lexl all tho hen
in the world and could regulate the
egg murket n they plcaacd you would
see more than one fut old bond holder,
when he hud to pay a dollar a piece
for egg on touat, aettlng up a calam
ity howl about the "thieving farmer."
"Ought to 1m; In tho hand of the gov
ernment, thi egg business. It an
outrage to Im compelled to Ixm down
to these grasping furmera." Which
would laj the worat, a money trust or
an egg trust, both being neeeaaiirle?
Hoesn't the "calamity bowl" depend a
good deal ou whoae "ox 1 gored?"
JelTcran County Journal.
A greenback ha 110 Intrinsic value,
but It costs ii lunch labor to secure
11 ten dollar greenback lis to get u gold
Joe Johnson' ambition ought to be
fully gratified now, He Iiiin been no
ticed, held up to scorn, and skinned
nllve by the great governor of the
great atate of NchriiNka. Notoriety is
what Joe feed upon, and he ought to
now be sat-lsllcd, no fur a Hiniu mat
ter go. Cluy County 1'utrlot,
The decent republican of Lincoln
have been making an effort lately to
clean out the notrndoiiH corruption of
their party in that city but they have
fulled and nlwnv will full. No nurtv
cnti Im purified while lu power. The
oniy way u get no or me corrupt ele
ment i to let the party be deeuted,
lint will leave a house when there is
nothing then! for them to eat and
scoundrel will leave the republican
party when they ea n no longer feimt
on the spoil of office. To I'.rn ho
city of J.lncoln over to populist rub;
would not only bo a great blosnlng U
that city and to the people of Nebras
ka in trenciiil. but II would be for the
4a't Intercut for the republican party.
Jtoonc Comity Outlook. ,
The Norfolk Time coinew out strong
for Jlryun for governor. The Miwllaon
Ucpni'tci' also favor hi iioini iintlnn.
Sly work 1 now being done 1 11 cer
tain popooratie quarter to aprcud dis
cord 11 nd el ho secure tin; nominal Ion of
men for the legislature who can be
bought. Keep your eye peeled and
see to It tlmt nonebiit reliable men are
selected at your cuiicussc it delegate
to the county convention. Thi will
Insure the nomination of men who can
be relied upon to do their duty,--Crete
The religion that make people jmy
fbelr debfa;thc religion that keep peo
ple, from speaking ill of their neigh
bor; the religion that make 110 dis
tinct ion between weal Hi and poverty;
the religion that make people hon
est and upright; the religion that
make men manly niul women woman
l; the ndiglon that la a part of peo
ple every iluy life, exemplified In kind
deeds, loving net, cheering word I
t he religion t hat I needed In the world
today. Tlme-I ndepetident.
It will !' noticed that there I a
iiiii.l ...I ,IIIT..i'i.iwe of milnlon on auto
nomy In Cuba, between tboeo who have
I....... !..,. 11, 1 fw.w KihiiiIhIi Min-
,, .... - m.... ... ... 1 - --
ister, who he not lx'eu there. Kising
Hiither than le responalble for an
ml..tir vi up I wool, I u,.i in v iuIiiiImIm-
tralion wreekel any I'reaident Mc-
Kiuley. A nolile Hentlmeiit, Mr. MC
Kin ley, very noble, but bow do you
fool in reirurd to an unholy ih-uo.
Silver Creek Time.
I 'I, l.iii irn ftiv tinvprti lifivi 1hpii ln-iir-
ttwr Hut viillUl tit tuiliiriiM tif II b-
.... a"""v ... - --- ,
)lriiiun to uurd railroad rroHHiiitfH. it
a., .coin win 'IM.m lu
i Ink urn' lut iurii Jit 11 ri Im1 11 ir liilil III)
lilt " " n
it 111 fon-cd Ui iM-ar the burden of th
'orMiratioiiH. J lur ih no inorr rvunon
tut' flivillir till IW'flllll'. tO I HIV tllC MJll-
' n 1 I 1
niua unt'liiiiKn fit, finlroftil rnmM
InifH lliaii Ut pay tln'ir conduokrH and
.. . . . . . ,1 .. ..
ticket ageniN. .-iianouro i tourer..
Atloriiev (ieiieinl Sin v I Ii is one of
the inoht able and indefatigable pros
editor that the tftate has ever bad
to wive it. in that lniMHtunt eiieeity.
The only trouble is Hint he. cannot
convict a few judges and a nuiiilicr of
Jurors and put them where they could
not bring the law.tlie courts and Jus
tice Into contempt. Wiener Chronicle.
Casearet etlmulata liver, kldneya
and bowel; never sicken, weaken or
The llomeseekerH I and eouiin,v of
which mention baa Itccit made In this
paper bax lliialy rompleted their r
faiiiMlioii It Ii ,1 iiili-e Ne illeof North
I'latle, ,eli., prehlilent, Hon, J. C, Me
l ull of levliietnii, Neb., (late caiitll
ilule for (fovelhor ou the republican
ticket) lice president, Ititnlel All hen
of Iteittriee, NcU, wnrelary and Irraa-
urer 11 in I J. II. Komliie or l.llietuil,
Neb., eneiiil muiiai;er, The main
oltlee of the eoinMiii.v will be In Ihna
bn ami It a piii H.e tit os-rle during
log the i'Muit4iii In uri;e Ultor
who foine from the el ami south
hi llt the Interior of the stale ami
fr tbeiiiM hra the rU h rolling prair
ie with the! r luMirioits i'omI of green
and yohUii lielda of waiug grain,
iloltol wllli U'liutiful sitlae hiHiiea,
lu lllotfea, luwna and Hllra, than bra
ami m load houMa, and l iuivlm'l
Dial Netttaska la the gitntrii pl of
Ui (, 'tu thi red Ihl i-toiipauy
Hill olu II lha ratlroMita of lha tUt to
Miakr ei mioii tea a-t low thai
x-ttlv btmra van run mil or ih
.uia and lib al lha propeMy thai
tia roiiinm will bar In Ihrlr eala
tfu lu a II. Ih laaika of ll
a.uaiU am ainawar aaiw-aa
I"IIM eew - " ww ' '
tiiiialia for irguirriHir farm, ra
rw laitila, miiia. wia iri oj
and twa Mp-ity Ih Ih l,,l''"
bat l Mil l mi in wha will iH
.l.i.ka ilmieg Ih iiUH.
, ratahmu loulailiieg a dearn.
ilea of ir'rlv bihI wl by Ih
rr if tfii will m r'lv illrl
t.ull.m bv lb ll "
fiw-ns wbUh will I t la lb ",
ui alt ililr wbi tmMidai lnl
In NMba piorijr,
Ih ordrr M g" pioprtly ll'l
In iMe lata !, aand In iViel!
t),M., arvrvU.y ! l.nrkra
land In, H'k
end i1 a l iaeb .li liflU- fl Ihl
aud lterw viMaa'
jm a l'Mtr, ...
Ihl vrr will U lb ifda iww.
lunllj i Nrblaka npl M lh
FREE TRIAL TO
ANY HONEST MAN
HIK FOREMOST MEDICAL COMPANY IN
THE WORLD IN TIIK CURB Of WEAK
MEN MAKES TIII8 OFFER.
HAPPY 1ARRIAOB, HEALTH, ENEROY AND
In all the world today In all the hlntory of
th world -no dutitor or limlltulinn rina treaM
and rcnUircd to many men as Im tho fiimud
KUIK MKOiCAL COMl'AN Y, of Ilullulo, N. Y.
Thli fi du to the fact tlmt the corn tinny con
trol, waiia IiivumMonh uud dldcoverlei which have
DO ciiittl In tha Wliolo realm of Incilli'iil teliinea,
Ho nuieli deeaptlnn ha been iriualniKl la ailvor
tfnliiK tlmt thla gruud old coiiiimiiy uow make a
Tlivy will wad their iimitlenlly affective appli
ance and a moai.h'ccoiinw of ri-umitlv rumiulli
jKmitlvely ou trial, without exiwiiMi, to any re-
a tlidlttr nrtd In tmiil until reiulU an known to
and arknnwktlijftl by tlw pullrnt.
Tlio I'.rki Mwlleal ('oin.iiiiy'i Appliance and
Ramcillct have Ihn'U tiillo"! of hiuI wrlttuu aljout
till every nam lion lieanl of tliein,
1'hu lilulii'Ht meilleiil niiilioritlu In the world
hnvi! lulely eomineii'leil thein.
'i'hey miM!Mi iiiiii vclou. jMiwer to vlUiIIzo, de
velop, riMtoru ami iiiKlaln.
'J hey creiile, vlor, lu iiltliy tlwun, new lift).
I'hey lUip i.1 ml 11. Unit mtp the enerKV.
They cure all effect of eyll huhlu, txetm
They xlvffl full strength, development and tone
to every portion mi'l oikiiii of tliu lHly,
Kiillure IniimMillilui hkh no tiurrler,
TIjI "Trial Wlthniit Kafa-nau " oiler I limited
Ui a iliort Uuui, and application mul he mail at
No C.O.D. Rcheme nor deeentlon i noexiriir
a clean lunlnem proKIMon fiyaeouiiatiy of hinh
tlliiiiii'lalainl ),rifewloiiiil nliinllii,
Wrlle I, the Kit IK MKDICAI, COMPANY, Iluf
falo, N, Y., uud refer to their oiler lu tlila papux.
fl.'l Voira In Omaha.
Treatment by Mail,
(onan'tailon Fit KM.
516 North 16th St.
DR. 0. C. REYNOLDS,
Residence Phone 655.
Office Phone 656.
Room 17, 18 k 10, Burr Dlock,
Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m.. 2 to
Minaay nours: 3 to 5 p.m.
Are jou Intereated In teleg
raphy? Young lad ha and
gentlemen can prf par them
aalvea In cempiirativelv abort
time. The work la pleiiHant aa
well aa profitable. An experi
enced o rator in charge of
thia department. Student
aaaiated in aecurmg poaitlona
when competent. Addreaa,
Lincoln Business College,
f , aa," W-t
it the most durable In construction, and is the only really
- r w
mouic-proof Organ made. Don't forget that we also carry
the finest line oi Violins, Guitars, Mandolins, etc., and at
130 South Thirteenth
IZ, h Uwm. I ,
. . ! !
t.tti t -
When bllioua or coative eat a Coa
earet candy cathartic lire gmiranteed,
Wyan-Bullard Lumber Company,
WHOLIHALB AND BKTAIU
OfBo 20th and Iiard 8U. Pbon 478
Writ for Frlcea.
OMAHA, t 1 t t NUB.
II rut ONLT
PIC I ALI8T
WHO TaCATS A IX
Book Kroa. Connnlta-
14th and Faraao flta.
siirtnt. jtCi.aun. .-.
!IiMsiii,l,n) J I ;fl
- ii.i 1 11
ThaMlaaoorl I'oclflo city ticket offlai
haa been removed from 1201 0 afreet U
no LICE KILLER
Kllli all lira, mltM, 8ai ., on
I'oaltrr and ato:k. l)ol away
with Iba labor of dilution, grM.
In, dlpplua or baiidllua ul I'oaU
try. Hi 111 fly palat lha roottpolM
ainl nait bmxtand MIU Kitorml
uator dot, tka rt, No miiaa
III troa'il Mttlna lln whaa
Mite Kxurailaittor ll onei butor
fHUng th Man, Kad (orClreeiar
that Ullt all about It. Half gal
lon Mc; on gallon 1U,
O BCAVCM ClTV NiaAABKA.
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
pMtMlut Carofully Klttd. All fMi raaaonabla
Office 4th floor Jlicbarda Block, Llncola
Tka Bight Baeta to Kleadlha.
Whether 700 ielect th all-water root
by way of St. Michael, or th overland
root via Dyea, fikagway, Cooper river,
Takn or Stlklne, you muat flrai reach a
Pacific port f embarkation.
T aio Oramdi Wehtkrw Railway,
In coaaectloa with th V. k R. 0., or
Colorado Midland Ry., la tb abort, di
rect and popular rout to Haa Fraaoinco,
Portlaad, Taoona or Seattle. Through
leeplag chart and fre recllnlaa chair
oara from Denver to Has Franclaco and
Denver to Portland. Ckoio of tbr
roata thro' tb Rocklea aad tb moat
mag aifloeat aoenery in th world. Writ
1. 1 w . i n r i u. 1 1 r . i..
City for copy of Kloadik folder.
ELF-TAUGHT Htudy oi the
M.inuil 1 i'uoiwjmphv, i,y Itclin l'llinua
and t i i:u il. Howard. A perfetl sell-in.
strut lor. Uver .!55,'Jx wjIiI. rinmsiinil
liav..- m ulcrcil il ; ..n i an yii. Sultj hy all
Iki.iIo .-Her,, or we will mmuI willi J'li.mo.
gr.tf!.:e AV.i,r and '.',..;,', Cfr lUh k,
po'i pjiil, forTi 2.v ' 1 -i'i'!'.i and luM iafor.
niali 1 li e . ilinv v.lei wis!i to investi-
i; Ut I" 'I- -d I .I'll oil .o,t;l flird.
TMi; liNM FITMAN SYSTEM
has for , y, .u s In en the mhiiiI.ikI. Culled
hy IJ. S. Km ui of Ivlutmioii The Amer
ican System." I'irt mie. World'. Kair.
I UK I'llMNU'iHAI lllr INSI I I UTK CO.,
til V. .tll St., ("IM INNATI, Oil
For . .
Made in America today
. . and Votev
ORGANhaithe iweetest tone.
Street, Lincoln, Netr.
fM-4 hm , tta
1 4M turn
tlt UM !
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