The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902, December 22, 1898, Page 2, Image 2
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT. DCC. 22, 1898 EDS Of I I18I11 The State's Educational Institu tion Requires Some Improvements. ASK FOR CHAPEL ANNEX Board ol Regents Suggest! That One Should Be Built Im mediately, The Ixmrd of regent of tin iUU university concluded a three day slon of their annual meeting y eater day evoiidng. Jf th 'board considered oikly lilt present wed of the atal university ftnd had 110 eonalderatloiia for txfononiy, they would ask for $25B, 000, All of wlildh could m immediately HDD I(m1 advantageously. J(ut ft pro traded .lon,diirlng which th need and rqulri-iin'inl, the muHltudinou JntcrmU of tliu Miri euucaiuoiuu hint were glvrn the cUmeet elmly, th ixwrd will o to the Jegialatum with wbmt thry 'believe In a wont mtmrva. live r-4iiMt in addition to lb regular ule 1111 lal pnroprlu Hon. The iiieuiUr of the Ismrd, TboiiMi Jlawlliigs of Wakefield, Oli,irlo Wes ton, Jlny Hprlngsi Jf. J Oould, Ogalul liii K, Vw Foml, Kearney) Oeorge Y, Kenower, W tenor and ih yr dent ef tlio board, 0. JI. Morrill of Lin coln, were All prent. Tlio ftrt business w to audilt all Mil, and them preliminary to molting 11 i tlio an Mini I budget for .e Incoming legislature the condition of the uni versity were studied through the to rt irom the head of the various ilfjxt rtiiK'n In. The revel) U formally opened the new foundry, the first piece cent being the letter V, of j. A comwJtlea from tlie Jluydon art club, tNmalaUng of Dr. Jowry, Mr. llarwood end Mr, THlles, reueted that the regent talk ovr the art hull and ik the legislature for a email appropriation. Tim most of one day wu apeiiit by the board in lienilng the report from eollege and eil, and those reorle will Im 1 winded in the report to the governor end IrgMnlurv, The following BpHlntiiiei,ite were miid! A. J., 1'iirne, returned from the army, assistant In the lr jhi rtniiMi t of oology ; N, (!, end L. K. Abbott, theme rwuleia, ileHirtiiwiit of KnglisJi; V II Initio, lierdNiiuin, depiirtineiit animal cultures A. A. Hunter, aaalstfliit in plant lieu Mine Mory J.. Fossler, as sistant in lfKiiliiu'iit of ehemlatry, suceeeds A. ('. I'urmelee, eellod U OlINlllfl. The following reslgiinllons were ne crptedi V, l, Walker, Prof, I'erey Jluroett, Twenty-live dolhire wn dwoit4xi to ndvertlaitifr In the forbhoomtnf fcom broro. A front door wne ordered to be uuule la the Y. M. C. A. room. The board extended a vole of Hinnke to the etnte romiuliiHlon, to HiiM'iin 1iiiUnt JiH'kMou, to the Hill Huston rtMid and to l'realdent MorrllJ for eonr U'xUn and exulittuiu'e rendwd the tit ate In th (sliicutionel exhibit. A h 11 lulled dollar ontii billed by Mr. Morrill wn Judh'loiiMly exH'ii(lil lit the HIK'tloll of tllH TrilllK-MlMHiHMi(I)l csikltlon elTtHMa and resulted In 11c. eruintr to the, lnte l,:i71 woilli .f vuuliible. thlnn, The -! 11 m ni wiim irrnniteil peruiixHloii to deposit the rx Hxit Lom uririui In the fT iiuiAMi uitt when It Im iih'Imij(m1, That ! the only bulMinjr hiifre eiiontfli to eonuilu it. Kx-'linnvrllor Cenlleltl, now if the Ohio tat unlverelty, hea eondltloiml ly iitH'e'ideil the lnvttloi to m elmrter (ley onvtor, I'liniH-rllor Maclrf-mi rini,lelt the re ult of Ii.Im vixlt to Wuwhinirtoiv to the MffHciilturAt exMriiiient atntton, Mcckison of Ohio Has Been Greatly Benefited by Pe-ru-na. CaeerMsmee K Mm-IiIwin ef llhhs wrltce the ful tutting iMIrr Im lr, lUrliueM. Dr. ,V, li, fiittnuiH Wumiui, 0, 1k uiHik;1 luivo tiM'd at vi rat Ut tloHuf IVru n utid fi t l irrtwity Uiu Utvd thereby, 1 Uv U'n alllltted with eeterik llw Im4 end Inln iHurF4 tti U'lUw ihel it'uiu.vrd w tt V-rn ii will fully er.IU0 UUtMMtt wf tMMy -rV kUadiMjf. Ttw etuiKml rvvir . rHdotw tftetiH like IliU b , lUrtmeM t free! elrH rv m.hI, mmv i WyvMHl meiUni, Vti i.f fHHiHrm- iter j where are retHeUitif the Hrit vt IV fe ftndarewklileUtgtfef j-e-Wm Im iImI? JtJUwM Uh h a wvrtat. lUulal ear ht vatanlk U kUU faw AH ImtiWUaell v-r ill 4ett fce a Ire IVr ea tfJ e?f where lie aeoured important on- alone. . . Ait the iiffirttjon of tai United Btatea adjutairt (neral, a report waa made of tb ualveniiiy coianouuon In nu.n in iti laU wr. The eohool mn.k tint in the coumtry la the pro- jiortlon of nen Anuiateu. jihe free aiieiMiftinie 'iiig-n ih:h" i " will 1e re-eotel, but peiulln ilmt, the rcift'iita will try to cloee up any Kup between tilie Mtfh tioola and the tuitverelty. 'iii fjttlmaiMl Income from all uni vemlty fitnule la $214,376. The Jejrlaliu ture will 'be aekea vo appropnave i-me for aUirle and ware; Thr-fljrht mill tax. $120,375, Ilntereat on lutuU mu1 aixl aoW, $75,(KI(. J rite real on Tiermaiieiit fouda invent- wl. $13,000. Unireimlty current receipt, ;sd,ouo. Morrill fund from United Hta-U-a, $60,000. Kxperlmeat atatlon, $30,(K)0. Tolui, $320,175. TWa luclude other item than lite revenuea, The reifente k In add'ltloa to the rejrulnr oppropi lotliriv th au'in. of $t7, in, wlikfli la ttiinwll u iwH!itii-ry for the uoriiKil iiw.'reae in the d mouida of the pu4llo on the tiniveralty. The atote Jaw. library i over-crowded with the unlverHlty law atudenta, and for thla renwon a Uvw brwry will le put In at the univeraity, An a) proprlmtloii of $9,000 la aeked for new book a. For the eeliool of fine arte $3,000 la iittked, To aiippWineiit the Ualtcd KUite (feohvhial aurvey, $1,000. The bolanleal aemlniir 1i exjeiwied of ita own fund $1,030 for the publl. eiUlon of iiMful 'boUHihaiA treatlaea whleli are of rewignlwili vaii, $5,000 Kr aiinma will lie kd tf aid thla work. For dulry and farm wdiool, $0,000. For tfomUniiatloa of farnwr'a in arti ste, the aaiiio aa Jflat year, $3,000, For alwUMyfc Jalwr, $3,000. The ateaiu tuiinela, ,i IxmI nhnpe, lire roHlntf out. Their rwMnifru.'tion la eked at $0,&00. After cona-lderlriir tiia varloue re (iilreiiii!iiil for HTiiiaiwiit Improve iiieiita, Uhe redrenta deeldiMl thut the iniwt elTli'lemt and' winaervatlve ap propilttilon that could lie inado would lie for an annex to the preeent jryin nuliim building. Thl will wiat $30, 000. Jt I explained, thut thla appropria tion would K farther in relieving the preaent crowded Condition, tham any. Ill liiX Unit roil Id lie decldwl upon. The onnex wllllnt put on the went, aide of the biilldlriK, will lmve two IIixm-, will uimwer for the imrjwme of a wo men' (ryiiinaeJinn, (now tlio one jryni ihimIiiiu In uaed by botihi aenea), will iiiiike an auditorium with a 1,600 aeiit Injr enpiM'lty on owaalon wlieu need el (now only 600 atudent can rather in on Ume) r-ttn be uaed for com iiie'iiceim'n't exerclm-a, will enable en Inrveiiient of the old building to ue iHiimiuNbite the irrowlmr law mcIkmiI. and other advantage will reniiU from thla Imjiroveinent. For further Improvement $30,000 more I naked. Tide w.. rover two new boiler for Jieatinir purpoaea, the prenent atatii with only one 1 a meiHK'e to the roiitiuued keeping of arhool diirlnjf ld weather. It will put up a new amoke Muck, and otiher needed improvement. The rcireiita. after a lonir (IIwiikhIoii. derided to lay a plan Ix'fore the lerla. la tn re for the raliiir of a rrirulnr rev enue aulTielent to meet all the require ment 10 line eaMbiiminien'i or an ihi iii'utloitiil ltlmiit (oiniiieimurate with a Krowiuir atate. The plun ronalHt In putting a flve-alxtriMitha tiilli levy on the ifciieral aaaeeaiiH'nt ih1 L of tlhe Ktate, to run for live year. If thl inert with favor all jM-rnwinrnt Im provement can le eeeured' without the x-rll approprlatlona xkei for, Tli'U 'i.luii Ik tuiitl to 1 worklnir no- riwoifully 111 I owe, Ohio and Mluineao- ta. Dr. Aley, Nervous, female and ehrouio diMMeH, liil 0 atreet, l.lunoln, Nebraaka, Blank and teatimoDlala Ire. TWO HEROES OF THE WAR. Uauortl VhalTee eeit Llenlenaal Hotwee KaatM Clly't Qmu, KAaa Citt, Ma, Dee. 80. Two fiiea who wou diitinutloa in the war with tipaln are the jiiettU of Kanta City to-day. They are Lleuteuant IUohinond J'earaou llubton, U. K N., who aank the atoaiaithlp .Merrlmao at the mouth of Kantlatro harUr under the gun of the HpeuUh fort, and Major Oeneral Adaa 1L ChaffeM, who Iet to ioiory the Third brlirad of Untied Mtate regular In the bloody aauU on iU Cauey, Lieutenant Hob or arrlvad la the city at I o'elork fnia nUtwiro over the Kant F railway, la the private ear of I'reaU dent Ulpley of that road. Lleulenant llubaoa wa aiHoiuaaU4 to Kana t'Ur by (lardiner Uihrop, ehalrm au of the uUrtalatoDHl eoiainlttee of the t iHnwerelal elab, aud a rel number I apetalor, women a well a atea, were at the Tweaty -aeeo4 atreet d Ht to receive Die at aero, A few minute later Uealeuaat llab a atepped from the ear U the dpt pUWixu. At bu a(prMe vheer rana out fruut aiuta iaa a thouw4 The uraf to tbe Cktea Wutel wa aa evatioa. The bea wa re alte4 aa4 applaaded all aloeg tb twate, II bl4 a revpUna fur U4te Hly froe i t I a vhwa Majoe tieaeral Adaa ll (baffee reaee4 Kaaaaa lily at t tt'elovl wvf tea t'aioa I'aotte railway ttm tae lUmOty, IU He wm aaet at the Ualuaj 4put ale by the ba4, eater tataiaeat aHUt aa4 a (dat f MUeek ttkat4 WMb mMM ila IVaiama i'HV, I aa, IVa, K !. m Otihy wa are- t4 br Ue eight harf4 Uh th iar4e 4 Waayi iNawhh aa4 Ita ahlldrea, ala week at the Hiaarthuf tUlMaa aettle ut ABOUT THATJ0RE1GM UNOL Japan and Russia Said to Need American Money for War. THEY WANT $400,000,000. Fbe Two Ooveroinent Maid to lie Pre paring for IIMtllltle-What t'hlnafO aed Mew Turk rinaaelat Man tmf A beet the lt port. Waiiinoto!C, Deo. ii'). There are teera who predict Unite 8am will be vomo the banker for the world. Two old world government, Ituala and Ja pan, bare turned their face to the United State in aoarch of Joan. llu la at loimt, ha had aifent aound American ilnaoalera Thl I the II rut time foreign nation bare nought to float groat national loan In America, and the wlae men think It I the be ginning of the new era. , It may be ald on authority that Ja pan need the money oatenalbly to motst a deficit in her revenue produced by heavy xpendlture for land and ea armament, and alao to aalt her in the eatablUhmeut of a national indus trial bank. That i Japan' official ex planation of bur neuda, In diplomatic circle it I nhrewdly auapeoted that Ja pun I preparing beraelf for an ultl- mate nlruggle with JIunhI and ha been hurried by the activity of Uuaala In borrowing $55,600,000 to replace lier artillery with rapid-lire gun. It wa learned at one of the legit' Hon yesterday that thl loan, recent ly made in France, I only one-fourth of what Jtula actually need, and that Uula ha oome to thl country for altance becau kite failed to get all ah wanted from France. It U preurned that Japan and ltuIa be twuen them will want $100,000,000. Ciiioaoo, Deo. 80, Many of Chicago' banker and financier have been In terviewed in relation to the reported application or one of the European power for a heavy loan in the United titatea. John J, Mitchell, prealdent of the JUlnola Truwt and Having bunk, who ha JiiMt returned from New York, aald; "Jt I true that Kunla' and Japan are in communication with lead lug financier in thl country with a view to floating loan. Two week ago I wa communicated with con earning the project by a peraonof high authority, and 1 am to hoar from thl man further. A I Ion ton houao and a prominent New York bouae have been conalderlng the matter for two week. "The IluNNiun loan 1 for the liuaalan railway, guaranteed by the ltulan gortrnment, and i aked at H per cent, jt I not opeclally eurnrialng tlmt they com to thla eountry, for the Unltea HtatH I the cheapet money ..... l, u4 I.. . I I.I fT.. . iu vna wunu at praaent, nun aluneredit RtamU high and that gov ernment will probably uti whatever loan it deire tn America. For a Fu ropean nation to negotiate a loan in the United blute 1 a reversal of the UNuat order of thing and a now and plcaalng condition of affair." Nkw Yohk, Ihio. 20 Henry Clewa, the bunker, aald: "1 think that Mr, Kckela, who gave out the report, ha heard of negotiation begun by a for elgn government, but not an European goverumeut. I am bound in confidence not to n.iiu the K"veriiuieut, but I may eay that a little more than a month ago I waa aked to make an of fer aa to tlio tonne on which I would negotiate a loun of from $10,000,000 to $'.'0,000,000. I made my offer and hare not yet received ft reply. New York 1 now the .uiouoy market of the world." WORK OF HUMAN FIENDS, One Woman Killed. Anal liar I.f fol Itaad, and llama rirad bf Kultbera. lliHMinoiiAM, Ala., IH'C '.'0. Tele graphic advlcea from Hunk, Ala., tell of a horrible crime at the Meyera plan tation, near Joule Hmtolllm, eight mile from Hank. Mr, Ida Me.vr, a wealthy widow, end her daughter-in-law, Mr R Meyer, alao a wid ow, etinducted a ature and It wa known that they kept a large amount of iiiiiuey In the dwelling aero the road from the tore, A young nmit luiued (Vtik wa employed to uHrinleiid the farm and be neeu pied a riHim In the hou. Soma time between uiUlnlght and day Conk waa arouaed by a tttd u the ro.uu of the elder Mr. Meyer, lie prang out of bed and ran to the door of the room andtaw Mr. Meyera trugtrli"g with two atrange men. He runhed to her aUtatu' and waa kitoiketl aeitaele wlthaeiuU When he regtlued eu anlouaiiea be found the houe on lire and the elder Mr. Meyer ap parently dead oa the floor, lrr ytug her from the lire, he went la aeervh fwe the yuungur Mr Meyer aud touiid her dead in her rtm her bralua hariag la beatea ouV lie reru4 bee UkI Jut time front the Aauiea II thea raag the Una WU aad arwuaed the aetghUtra, whoreu la great auutber, but loo tale U the houe ur aay f It itnteata It I Illve4 that the robber otUlued aUoit Ikfr-M U a Ut a.aa Wte4 la IM 4 Havana. U r4-faral CUm railed ajsia Ueaerat tatUaaaa by pvdatHat jreetaraaj U Vrtaf to tha latter aatlea tha aatlva f the Havana taaateipaUty la at tewfttag U hattlly gwtate darlaf tha Ut day at Vpaeuh aoatrv) a newer trt UvoUUf tha etty la na ladehiedaeaa at etllbe at eVolUra, taatelteao naaouae4 that a traet of thi aatara hat be catered apva 4 that whatever h4 Va4oee la thl Ila waat he annulled lajored la aa laltlattaav MrLWAuacK. Win.. Dea fft Joaepb 0. Hebert, who waa atona time a well- to-do reaident of Grand Rapid, Win., la at St. Jonepb honpital, thl city, and will be a cripple for Ufa becanneof the rough handling ha received at tha initiation ceremonies of a lodge. Two operation have been performed by tha aurgeon. They hold out no hope. Mr, lUbcrt will sue tha lodge. CUBAN MOB BREAKS LOOSE. The Kvae,atlDtf Npanlth Troop W1re4 Upon In the Mulurl of Havana. Havasa, Deo 80, The Spanlab evacuation commlaaioner informed the American commlaaioner laat even ing that the Havana uburb, Cerro and Jeu del Monte, had been evac uated, Tlio Hpanlah troop left Jesus del Monte at 6 o'clock, immediately after which American and Cuban flags were ralacd, crackers fired and the uautil demoiiNtratlon made by the large crowd in honor of the event. At the hour of filing thl dispatch it is re ported that some of the troops of tha Cuban general Mario Menocal are en tering Jcmun del Monte. Probably tha United Hiatus force will bo sent there to-day. The suburb of Cerro was evacuated Nuturday, American and Cuban flags were dlaplayed from the houcn on the Calada del Cerro and crowds rushed through the street shouting "Viva Cuba Libra," About 6:30 a crowd of Cubans of the lower class paaed a barrack of engi neer on tha Infanta avenue, nhoutlng "Long live Cuba," and "Death to Hpuln," and firing shot into tha air in celebration of the evacuation of Cerro. The engineer did not fire, but the guard wa doubled, The crowd then puaaod on from the Culzadu eel Monte to the Calzada del Cerro, stopping the street cars and compelling passenger to about "Viva Cuba Libre," Among the domontrat or were a number of butcher, who carried pistol and knivea Jose Ouncedo and hi couln, Thoodoro lluurtla, who were on the car were wounded with knlvc. (Janoedo died yesterday and Iluertl will probably die. Later the crowd met some engineer at the Kqulna de Teju and fired upon them, seriously wounding ono. The engineer returned the tiro, wounding a atreet cur conductor, a civilian, Io doro lliiieol, and John Leonard, a col ored man. The rioting continued, many hot being fired in front of the Casa do Ho corro, where the wounded wer a nlnted, Bpunlsh soldier were ordered to the "eiie and arrived about 0 o'clock. Whllo marching through Cerro they were fired upon by men concealed be hind pillar. One HpanUh private foil wounded, and tha battalion fired Into the air to scare the rioter. On re suming their march they were again fired upon and another man wa hit. The Npanlard then fired and dispersed the rioters. Among the wounded was a colored woman, and It is also reported that there were several other. The riot ing caused great alarm in Cerro and along the Ccl.adu del Monte, where all bounce have kept cloned doora. TRAIN LEAVES THE TRACKS, On. Hlllad and a Number ttadly Hurt In Kallroad Acclilant. India nai'oi.is, Ind,, Doc. !!0. A wrck occurred on the Indiana, De catur and Western railroad at 2::m o'clock yesterday morning, fifty-two miles west of Indianapolis, near (Juion Htatlon. The Indlanapolla expre left the track weat of a high trestle, which waa sixty feet long, with seven couches off the raila and bumping along the ties. The trestle is fifty feet high, and It is considered phenom enal that tha train waa not hurled off Into the creek, in which event the loas of life would have beeii awful. Th rear ear bad just left thi trestle when a spreading of the rail ahead of the baggage car piled the aeven ear In a heap. The baggage ear and smoker were ground alinoat Into aplin tera and all of the car were ladly wrecked. There were almut fifty pa aemrera on the train, and uota woman or child on the lUt. One paaM-tigrr wu killed aud a number badly hurt. EXPECTS MORE FIGHTING. Oaasral aaaftef lalltaala That We Hat nhMNldar4 npala't Waa Navamxaii. tia.. Dee, to. At the eollatlon of the oftlcer of the Third Ueorgi regiment to Foatuiaator ilea, eralhmith aud lb aewapeper eorree pondeut Oeneral feha'ler had some interesting thing to nay about Cuba aud the Cuban it aeein la me," al4 Oeneral Shat ter, "that a great anaay persona have an erroneou lda respiting our rela tion with th tubaaa A I flow It. w hta Ukea epla' war apo our He thall la all probability hear a guo4 deal autre uf th 'laur geat," lloe about nelf gvraatt IW th t'abaatf lieavral rmafter aa aahed, "nlf gwveraateat,' tha ral r. pwated. ' thy, tho wpia am a Mter It for nelf gvveraeaeat thaa gaa sawder l for helk" la tha He, Oeaeral hhat.w wrat et ta tell why th failed Mtalea, la hi epIaUta, would ba abltgad U re ! la tha Iala4 for noa tin, a4 gvvvra tha territory by nallltary foeea. r. MU' ( nh H rna I ai rant naoa, rtary dav . wtaias It a atarvaloa ie.li U la laoahh otue4 e"4 r u e kHatMaa r nalbag Hvat a vM ta He bead, Ihruat, nnt a Uaa, Hd4 H gi f KILLED WIFE AND SELF. William Xwnstela Bratally Mavderr Wife aad Thea Ends HI Owa Life. j Jaji'IB, Mo., Deo. 20. About noo yeterday thin oity wu thrown into a tat of excitement by tha report that William Lowenstein and wife, raiding on a farm three mile noutbweat of town bad been murdered.' Further development nhow that a non and blred man doing chore at tha bars heard three nhotn, and, rushing to tha bouse, found Mr. Lowenstein and wifa unconscious and breathing their last. A shotgun and a largo revolver lay on the floor. The woman had boon nhot through the body and tha man through th head. The woman's hand wnr bruised and broken, and nhe had received terrible blow on th head, showing that nha bad fought desper ately for ber life. Tho supposition in that Lowenstein killed her ia a quarrel and, horror-stricken at tha deed, placed th gun in hi mouth and ended hi own life. Ue wan a wealthy Ger man farmer and wall known, having redded la thi neighborhood man year. Four son survive. SCHLEY'S REPORT. Had Mao Dlflloultlss to Overenme la Kitabllihliif Santiago Dloekade. Washimqton, Deo. fcO. Tba Navy department has made publlo a report from Admiral Hcliley covering that part of the operations and movements of th flying squadron from its nail ing from Key West for Clcnfuegos, up to but not including the first bom bardment. It shown that tho commodore was not at first convinced thutCcrvera was not in Clonfuego harbor, but that he sailed for (Santiago aa soon as possible on receiving new that tha Spaniard were there. He met with innumerable delay by the breaking of machinery in different vessel and lack of fuel, The coaling of his vessel from collier wa attended with much difficulty, owing to the rough eas. He finally located the enemy aud established tho blockade as soon as it was possibl for bim to do so. Death ef a President's Swantbeart Washington, Deo. SO. Mr a. Mary Tutt Throckmorton, who, in her early life, was a leader in society here, died last night from the effect of inhaling illuminating gas, which escaped by ac cident in her room, Mho wa 88 year of age. In the beginning of Jackson's second term a president, Mrs. Throck morton, then Miss Tutt, made her debut in the executive mansion. Mar tin Van Huron was one of the young girl admirer, and her reported en gagement to him wa one of tha so ciety rumors of the capital, Hodr found In e Clotet Ciiioaoo, Deo, SO. Michael Erall Rolllnger, a native of Austria, is under arrest charged with the murder of his wlfo, Theresa, The charred body of Mrs. Rolllnger was found Frlduy night in a clothe closet of her home, and her death wu at first supposed to be tho result of an accident. The police now claim they have sufllclent evi dence to prove that Rolllnger strangled his wife, poured kerosene over the body and set lire to It. Mrs. Rolllnger owned some property in Austria and also carried tf.'00 life insurance. Hood'o PillG Arc prepared from Na ture's mild laxatives, and while gentle arc reliable and efficient. They Roucc tho Liver Cure Sick Headache, Hil iousncss, Sour Stomach, and Constipation. Sold everywhere, 25c per box. Prepared by C.I. flood 1 ('o.,Liwcll.M;i. WEGIVEANYLADY m man, ho will t.ike onlrt for our Leghorn Hen l ood, in tluir own town, A SOLID GOLD WATCH, FREE V ni.ik-' ilili olti't for a liit lime, In 01. It l'i ' t out I'ikhI inlit iikus erm-Ml ue. Il iiii-ie;iw yU-ld ! rcg, l""p l.ial in I l"llh, S-nd Joe. lot a K!ll l. aiitf l, "d Ugiil U Ae Otitt'l at DIM c. ',miMi, aiiti a InluraMilua Um. Imh. Mu rt mlt-Mmmi, waH ,!(. AMwi UghofaFoodC,( 183 B.)lkalun,Mii. t We Arc Ready How to til ,. ba b-r Itdiday a a ana lb ! nla i lw Stie nf nHn I it. A id vial, wiaur la am nemc lalaelar d leil, bat ta uanw a4 In !. Uire Heat flaa a ar rriWa bi i.a a'MM d i-r a(H Kia4 il eal la )or ami ir tr, Itwwlwa. CmurtliU (oil (a . lit 5011 111! II. - Ma" 1 W T-wi till r- iw lard t'hon i. V m. WHEN OTHKRS MIL CONSULT 1IITOE38 SEARLES & SEARLES Main Office '5V,. Lincoln, Neb. PCCIALItTt IN Nerroni, Chrnnle and rrlvt lilseese, WEAK MEN Xu: All prlvst I suit ills orders of nivn, 1'reatinii lijr insll i comallntlnn rrna. Kyiitillis eurad for Ufa. Alffnrnnof fvmsl wrnk nni aud Disown ef Wo nivn. , Electricity M..'.'L. Enable! ni to guarantee to car sll mm einble skin snil fcliliio UlcMeo, Vml Msuhtwd, N ulil KmlMloiiii, yilrrl, Vrl-iM:el, tienorrliM, tilwl, 1'llvs. rinulssiiii Hwiitl UlMirs, )llwu. snd llrlnlit's DIpnsK, 100.00 for eM nf CAT II II H, ItllKUMA I l-M, lVS'Jtl'SlA or a V FUILI wa ei nnot csr. P.!jk.. 0 fl fared it loniehrow Mr ClU IB &I UlBfil nifUiml wlihoui, pain or cuUi'ig. C'oirPoTtiitlon irllh,K. Trsutiimut lx mail Cull, or addrw with Ump I Jjjjjrj OftlCO Drs. Boarles & Scarles, I ions o mt. LINCOLN NIC1IHANKA A Devoted Wife Like to m her bnsband arrajed la im maculate llnnn, Wa can oita tnanjr case o( when wive Insist on sanding their linen to our laundry, and ladle, an wall a men are good of how laundry work should b don. Haw enVe re moved. Call op phonn 679. THE JIKUT LAUNDRY. WE MANUFACTURE CarriaarM, I'baeton. and Warona of all kind: put on Knoher Top, Cush ion, and Hack, wholesal or retail. Pot on Uuhher Tire and warrant every net I'alntlng and repairing not i eel Ind in th went. 20 ream lt bunlnean In Lincoln. 801-805 Booth Tenth street, comer M street. J. M. CAMP Notice to Farmers and Stock Feeders. Buy your cattle and nhaepat tb toe yard, Weet Llnooln and nam (reihl ' and other zpenee, JJav yoor hp dipped. W guarantee to cur scab, wa do th work for on cent per had. Wa ar buying HIT, STRAW AND GRAIN G.H.Geoghejjan Geo., tot,, West Lincoln, Net. GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Low rate on oar personally oondnoted icuraion. Lear Omaha every Friday ia Colorado Spring and Hoenio Route, These Excursion Car ar attached to Fast raasetiKr Train, and their popu larity I evidence that we offer tb beet Write for handsome litinerary which give lull information and nw map.neot tree. For complete Information, rate and berth reservation, aee your local ticket agent or addreaa K. K. MacLEOU, A. 0. I'. A., Toka, Kansna. JOHN BEIIAMT1AN, (J.I'.A., Chleao - MftftMMMMVOTVKr Tb Way aa ta Calibrate. la In a tourist aleepluar ear peraonally eonducted 'Vln tb HnrtinKtoa rout. You don't chauKvcar. You make laat time. , You a lb Ouret seeuery on tb glohe. 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