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March 9, 1899
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
OIIS IS ID Of Hi
All the Troops to Attack
, Jungle Simultaneously.
THE TOTAL AMERICAN FORCES,
forty-One Thousand Officers anil Men of
the Comblued Armf mad Hav Foroai
Comprise the Approximate Total finer
caa BHreoath at noil on Way to Manila.
Washington, March 7.--There in
teuton to expect important new from
Manila within the next two week.
It ha developed that General Oil ha
practically completed hl plane for a
grand onslaught on the insurgents,
which U expected to deprive them of
offensive power, at leant,
It la said that lie will form a large
part of hl forco into column, as soon
a hi reinforcement are all at hand,
and will push these in parallel line
straight through the jungle, clearing
out the inurgent in every direction a
the troop move forward. ,
The American troop are getting
retle and mrvou under the petty
hut annoying harphooting of the
Filipino and are ao anxious to puts
top to thi that General Otia ha
yielded to their desire.
Forty-one thoueund officer and men
of the combined army and navy force
comprise the Approximate total Amer
ican atrength at, on the way, and
under order for oervice at the Philip
pine. No further reinforcement are
now in contemplation. The force of
the two nervice already atatloued in
and about the arehlpelugo conllof
twenty regiment of infantry, one en
gineer battalion, aevun troop of
cavalry, and eleven baUcrle of artil
lery, an aggregate of about 84,600
Nineteen vcel, with an aggregate
of about W ofllcer, 8,0'JO men and
253 marine, make up the naval eon
tlngent Thi i excluslvo of tin
transport Solace, with 103 ofllcer and
men all told, which i constantly punn
ing bai and forth from Manila
There are about 4, MOO army reinforce
went upon the way to Manila, mak
ing rapid progress a possible, and
there are, roughly estimated, 7,600
men in the force under order to pro
ceed to the Philippine.
Tire Kansas Are ftaad.
Waviiinoton, Marah 7. -General
Otl report the death of Him Harbor,
Company L, from email pox, February
6, and Howard A. Old, Twentieth
Kansas, from wound.
Toi-kka, Kan,, March 0. Private
Him F, Itarber, reported dead at Ma
nila, wa 20 year of age at the time
of hi enlistment in Abilene lat May,
III father, M, F. Harbor, Uvea in Abi
lene, Howard Old, who died yesterday,
was wounded in the same skirmish a
Captain Elliott of Company U, Hi
father i P. A. Old of Ht. Joseph, Ma
He was born in Whitewater, Wis.,
and wit working a a clerk when he
enlisted in Fort Scott. George Mun
ro, another Katun aoldier killed at
Manila aome day ago, also came to
Kanaa from Whitewater, Wia
Dr. Hull' mugli Hrrup cure any
case of broiiehiti, lung affection mi.l
grippe. Physician prescribe t h i-a ra-li
ble remedy, uud drnagist reeomiiind it;
because il never fail to euro, end cost
but '25 CHltM h bottle.
The present difficulty in the Insiir.
mice detxirtmcnt of tbe mate, amnion
ofllee is unfortumite, Samuel Llchty,
cxjiisununee deputy in the auditor'
olllce hiiM nuuta weping elwire
ugulnt Mr. (xnu-il and a legislative
I'oiiunltU-e uiul nbto a eomniilitee up,
Hln1(xl by the governor ore 'making
lirvratti gallon of them. It piMfirw ,o
die Niw t.lui t, on the fuee of the m.
fair Mr. Lichty'a charge wound decld
rdly fishy, It luiMt be reiuiombeml
hnt Llchty iimde imi charge until nf.
er hi discharge hence, if the irregn
hiritie he mention la the ofllee were
itominiMcil, a lie claims, lie I us
guilty m anyone by not Immediately
'rrport lug them luMead of walling mi.
til he v discharged from the serviee
of the atate. In (lie face of this fuel,
he Nw rnn frankly atsite Hint we
loi t lHMite In Mr. IJehty or hi
'harjv.-I'hilnvlew News, '
IS STILWELL TO RETIRE?
A IWport That J J- I ff U II
Meet ml the Unit Hh4.
i'l tnt o, fula, Mareli t. 1 U un
drtHH that J. J. I rey, geiieral ntau
agar of the rUnl re system, has
resigned, to take eflWt March IV at
which time he will aasunie the pre'
Mvuey of the Kansas Utr, Pittsburg
4 Uuif rmA. It i rumor, her tht
turlaUudut Chart I'yer will im
g eavral manager np-a Mr Frry re
tiri,iut. Mr. lrr U not ku the rily
at i-reeeul, andeuald Hut I teen with
tefereaee la the report, which I giv
eredav lu rUr4 elrele here.
I t far A ! ftwNt
t u(mj. Ma'ftt f.lhe tuMft l at
tal hv Mt.4 the tUvistui tf the
uwtr eett, i4rioa the l'L
wkMiah.fia brewvrr la r Ihaii.
U vm l atie ffwnu.. Ue t ut
! In ( hl-K an I t mtit Uhii
h ttw lem.tU4 W t itH l
Me 1s Maltevaf
ftl4trMU, Mei t tt a.tla
Tuiimk eM4tt4ia' the tcitih
taah lUanr, laurili, wm at this
wtl. h it tMHi IM4ltui MlUx Mt
Il wa Jaary M wkti waUri
Mia Mil hiM4 Ma Wnit flail
HHVrs til, Nh .-T-dt
liy lanet, lf
wll a PUhm f mawni
Cuban Army Kombm 4S.OOO.
Havana, March 7. General Maximo
Gomez yesterday sent Governor Gen
eral llrooke, by the hand of Inspector
General Koloff of the Cuban army, a
statement of the number of men In
the army. It i understood that the
total reaches 48,000 H2,(Mii privates,
10,000 non-com missioned ofllcer and
the rest commissioned oflleera from
major generals to aub-lieatenauta,
Uarrowny it I II Want Carolina,
Mamud, March 7. Germany is said
to have renewed the negotiations for
the purchase of the Caroline inland.
B. il. ICmiU found Dead.
Hki.kna, Mont., March 7. The body
of U. II. Had, ft brother of the famous
engineer, Jamc Ifuchanan Eads, was
found last evening in lil cabin, up
Mike mining gulch, eight mile from
Klllston. Had wa 10 year of ago,
and evidently hud died of exposure or
some natural cause, He lived alone In
the mountain a short distance from
tbe summit of tiie main range, where
he had prospected for gold a number
of year, lie hod few friend and wa
regarded a a hermit by those who
We obtained a IMS I'iuno
a t, rtVi aIuiipI fail iii a till USA
$1UU propose to rriHkeaom one a
very nine bargain.' This I a .23 iiiano
huiJ we intend to sell it for 1 225. if you
nr1 not thinking of buying a piano Just
tHlk yoiirwlf into buying one and write
ns for description. Address: Iudi)pendunt
I'ublishlng Co., Lincoln, Nebraska.
MAY CAUSE EUROPEAN WAR,
China Ilafuia Italy's Dainand for a Coal
I'fKlNfl, March 7. The Chinese for
eign olliuo lias returned to the Italian
charge d affaires, Marquis tialvage
Ilaggi, bis dispatch containing the do
maud of the Italian government for a
lease of Kan-Mun bay, on the same
condition as tlioe under which Ger
many hold Kloo-Chou bay, accom
panying it with a letter declaring that
the Chinese government is unable to
grant the request,
Komk, March i, -Little attention i
paid hero to the refusal of the Chinese
government to grant the requested
lease of Han Mun bay, to be used as a
naval and coaling station. No doubt
is entertained that the concession will
be made after further negotiation.
Hear Admiral Grenet embarked to--day
ou the Italian cruiser Mromboli
at Naples, to take command of the
Italian squadron in Chinese water.
London, March 7. The Rome corre
spondent of the IhillyMail says; "The
till inn warshin lmvu landed marines'
ut Han Mun buy, thus virtually taking
- - - -
possession. Italy will pay neorly
40,000 for the concession. The tsuug-11-yumiMi
wishes to reduce the lease to
fifty years," '
The Peking correspondent of the
Times say: "It i assorted since the
tsung-li-yamen returned Italy's dis
patch, Kir Claude MacDonald (Itrltlsh
minister to China) his presented a
note supporting Italy's demand, and
it is probable that Italy will now take
possession of Han Mun bay, encoun
tering practically no resistance."
According to the Peking correspond
ent of tho Times, the tsung-li-yamen
supports Great Itrltain against the
protest of the Russian goverment re
garding the term of the Niu Chwang
railway extension loan, recently sub
scribed in London, the gaound of ltus
slan objection being that the clause
appointing a lirltlah subject chief en
gineer of the line is in conflict with
the Husso-Cliinese agreement.
Vesta. Neb., Nov. 30.
The Nebraska Independent, Lincoln,
Neb. Dear Sirs: I have one of your
linleendent Sewing machine In my
family and find it satisfactory in K
1CKY wav. Have it in use one year
and found no fault in any wsy. Your
resptctfully, J'JK K IS EH.
KIPLING'S DAUGHTER DEAD.
I'neumonla Was fatal tit 0-Year-Old-Jo-
aaphlne Her Father In Ignorance.
NKW YohK, March 7. Josephine
Kipling, the 0-year-old daughter of
Uudyard Kipling, and the oldest of
hi three children, died shortly after
6 o'clock thi morning from miemno-
uU The child's death tMk plac at
the home of Mia Julia He Forest In
this eily. Mis IWoreU I a friend
of Mr. Kipling and Joseidilne had
been taken to her home o that sli
ctiuld Imi nursed apart from her father.
Thi girl beeam HI th day after Mr.
kipuwg was atrlcken.
It I not de tin Holy known whether
the new of the doath of hi child wa
rHtimunltt4 la Mr, Kipling, but il
I generally believed that ht condi
tion I iuli ttiat the phyalelan will
not tell him until he Is sirouger. He
did not know of lu r illue.
J.wiiUIn KipUua w Ur while
her fthr a4 wuthvr wr Itviug at
KipUng' hvMie iter !illUWro, Yi
Th other twu ehiidrra, Klaie, ag4 I.
and J.ltt, th bbr, Wrre Unra la
.agln4. t;isle I ala hi with put
HMtui. but she pv4 gwl h'rfM.
hit U In "Lar rtiul at the
tel. Mr Kipling eiallau l m
priive, having )il tislurall I He
grtr 'H t lat night, IU ha
uka a tU4 -4 aa t It wy b a
wwli Wf 'ff be la bt X-t da so. It U
Ulii( m bf ,'iUI, k aa4
IH liu(4 ituloHH-nlaj
DR. O.C. REYNOLDS,
7Ut. I letK. l lasMrw VL'Ti
t.4 II p ta i mm
rLTjtlir ... -Hi.
SAYS IE K!LLEDTHEM ML
John Gilbert Confesses to Murder
ing His Family.
KILLED THEM WITH A HAMMER
When Ilia Wlfa Ksfused ta Leave film
lie Couldn't Help Killing liar and tbe
Cblldran 11 Is 1'Iaoed Under Arrest
Emi'oiua, Kan., March 7. John Gil
bert, who killed hi wife and four
children near Industry Tuesday night,
was arrested here yesterday afternoon
by Sheriff O'Connor, on the street. He
wore that he knew nothing of the
After spending the night in jail be
ahowed slcrn of weakening In hi
1 orlu-lnal ttttement that he did not re-
member anything of the murder of hi
family. Early thi morning Gilbert
aid that he had boon subject to queer
pells and bo was evidently trying to
give the impression that he was crazy,
He told all his visitor that he had
heard the neighbors say that he was
queer sometimes in hi head. He said:
"Oh, whv, why (nun t tney sena me
away before all this happened?"
"llofore what happened?" he was
"Why, what they say ha happened,"
Sllbert replied, and llien ueganio cry.
Gilbert then insisted again that hi
mind was a blank about It nil, but,
under coaxing, he remembered ad
dllnir hi horse and thut he reinem-
bore(j coming out the back door of the
"How did you leave your family?"
"They were all sleeping very still.
Oh, my head hurts so," he exclaimed.
A little more prying along this line
broke Gilbert down and in the pres
ence of Colonel II. C Whitley and
Hherlff O'Connor, Gilbert said lie would
tell "just the btraight of It," a he
called it, and then he made the follow
ing verbal confession:
"Well, you see, I have been trying
to pull up and leave home for a long
time. Hut I couldn't. Everything I
bad wa mortgaged. It seemed like I
couldn't afford to take my family. I
could go myself easy enough and kept
telling my wife so. I offered her a
divorce and she kept nagging me
about the children and throwing them,
up to me. I camo home that night
and decided to leave. I told my wife
that if she would give me 810 that she
bad I'd leave and never bother her any
"Well. we all went to bed and I got
to thinking all about It and I got kind
of nervous like, and got up and went
out in the yard, and, coming back in,
I picked up the hammer and nit tne
baby in the head. Of course, that
made trouble, and my wife, she got
up and ran out in the road and was
going over to the neighbors hollering
and all, so I ran after her and caught
her. Hhe said she'd come back if I'd
behave, and I thought I would then,
Hut when we got in, why, the baby
was thrashing about on the bed like a
chicken, and when I saw it I couldn't
hold myself, but hit my wife and
Bounded her till she couldn t move
and then took the children."
When asked what he did It for, be
said: "I don't know; it seemed like I
just couldn't help It after seeing the
baby there on the bed." lie maae an
other feint at his head.
Gilbert docs not appear Insane. He
gives tbe impression simply of an
emotional man, and the confession
was got out of him by talking religion
to him. He was greatly moved by
talk of salvation and forgiveness of
ains. This, from Colonel Whiteley,
is what made Gilbert talk. He said if
he had to hang, he hoped it would be
over soon, but he did not want to be
lynched. Gilbert doc not know that
capital punishment is not used in
Kansas and he says he will confess in
open court. He acts more cheerful
now than he did before the confession.
The Clay county sheriff arrived on the
noon train and got hi man.
Gilbert 1 a mean looking man, with
eolorlesa c.vcuruw and nnir and a
futy beard on his face. He ha clear
blue, txtady eyes and looked his In
quisitors directly In tho eye while re
citing the details ot his, rrline. He
exhibit no grief for the death of hi
family, but he doe not smile at any
thing. He 1 lihlegiuatle but not
FOR ALL "THIRD PARTIES,"
the t'aWMi MelNter la Org aalae la llt
t mixArt, tibia, MarvU 3. A new
political parlv I to I urgttt4 her
thi week. The general eoiferne
twrfan a evasion f twu dav at the
IM4 l'lUw auditorium l-day.
The new tUul wrgnUUot la
li b eU4 the I'aUia lirfuee parly,
audit will -k la auU,rtte the
ai re UpMulU-t, the tVpuiUU, IM
H -Ul UU party a I the Liberty
parly, la ft ail Ike smI tr fl i
vepl I ha rrfHlttilWiMtst. In rpMt
bi lite '! mm! out ! t Ulriuin II K
'nu an I Mrelry M. .V Nt
thvre were evul stale rprt
e,l lit the alUtl titfvrnv. crs
4uila' wvr rvtre4. a ak) 'whi
faie (he rteraintu pt iuelp' vf 41
rtt WgtUlta wvr 4imUU4 tu th
u4 l"" t the audHorimtt. The
tKwNiuter ft Ike i.iie !'(
l ow kip la ke llwor rtv txgawW
tOu .i pvf tle4 Ut Imwmiim
t.t la the TritWalUl valt neat
When anirrrlna aivertlc
menu meatlon liulc.xncnt.
We have a very fine high-grade Schiller
piano, taken on advertising, and a we
have no use for the instrument, will pot
a price on it that will insure it sale in a
very ibort time. Tbe instrument is
made by the Schiller Piano Co. of Ore
gon, III., and carries with it a guarantee
for fire years. It i a double vaneored
rase, choice of either Walnut, Oak, or
Mahogany. Seven and one-third oc
tave, overstrung brans scale, double re
peating action, Boston fall board with
full swinging mmdo dunk the entire width
of the Instrument. liaised carving ou
plaster and panels, fine grade of ivory
and ebony keys. Finely finished and
due tone. Fully warranted for five
year, l he instrument I iu this city
and can be aen by any one calling a
this office. The regular retail price of
the piano is 325, but as we are not in
the piano business and cannot use it
ourselves, we have decided to sell it for
f 225. Will take a well secured note
running one yeur for f 100 and f 123 in
flljo MINISTER WENT TOO FAR.
The Uruguayan I'ras Condemn rinoh't
Message to the Mew President,
Montkvidko, Uruguay, March 7.
The press condemns severely the
felicitation which the American mln-
later, William 11 Finch, aent to Presl-
dent Cuestas on the occasion of his
election, considering it as an intrusion
into the interior politics of the coun-
iry. in in note Minister cmcn says,
among other thing: "You defeated
the secret opposition of false friends
and the combination of foe without
employing unrighteous mean."
St Louts "Dry" Again.
Bt. Louis, Mo., March 7. The order
of the board of police commissioner
that all saloons be closed at midnight
8uturltty night and remain so until I
midnight Bunduy night, under the
provisions of the law, was carried out
to the letter. Only a few dramshop
keepers made any effort to keep their
places open, and arrest were maae in
every lnstauce as soon a the violation
was discovered. Saloons in Last bt.
Louis and the suburbs did a rushing
business all day.
Pension of Minister Suspended.
Madhid, March 7. The cabinet
council ha decided to suppress the
pensions of all former ministers.
Senor Hilvela, the new premier, says
the government lias begun at the top
letting an example of economy.
UNDER FOUR FEET OF WATER.
I'npreeeilriited I'lnod at Charleston,
Capital or West Virginia.
Chaiii.Kstown, W. Vu,, March 7. .
The Kanawha valley wu visited yes-
terday by one of tho worst floods in
local history. After several days of
heavy jainfall tho Kanawha river in
an unprccedentedly short time ha
covered almost the entire valley,
Charleston is almost entirely under
water. Tour feet surround the state
capitol. The mayor and leading cit-
izens have opened r relief station and
are distributing provisions and cloth-
ing among the suffering. Consider-
able damage has been caused to the
coal property along the Kanawha
river. The Winifred coal tipple, docks
and a dozen barges were swept away
about ten miles above Charleston. Tne
lilack tat coal tipple, near tne east
bunk, was destroyed. The water
works, both gas plant and electric
light works were shut down and the
city was in darkness. Hundreds of
families are quartered in the city
building, capitol, courthouse and other
buildings. Much distress prevails. A
considerable distance of the Kanawha
& Michigan railway between here and
Point Plnnsant is under water, and it
will be four or five day before trafllo
is resumed. The Indications, however,
are that the flood bus reached it
MRS. WOLCOTT SUES,
Wife of the Senator from Colorado
Naw York, March 7. Mrs. Edward
0, Wolcott. wife of the United State
senator from Colorado, has begun pro
ceeding for divorce from her liusbnnd
ou the (fround f Incompatibility of
The plan, It I said, wa for Mrs.
Wolcott to quietly obtain a divorce In
Colorado, and the senator would tusk
no objection to the proceeding.
MRS. SARAH STEVENSON DEAD
Mother af Mraarrtlva frealdenl I'asse
Away at lie lltase.
liiimwiMiius I L, March T. Mr
Karah hteniMu, m dherof th fanner
vtt' preidtot, A lll V- Mwremon,
4U-4 at :V Un luortiltif after an Ill
ue t aeveral week. hh wa W
jfvar of age.
Ibtbe eel. "II nt Mm t b
bl.r T. hut um e aa l doa't gel o
hi..l. Vt ll im Mlf I'll M lM
Sismi ! t ehotrf A Ibigwra, .me4a, a4
)t li4 l bellrf till.
WAKTLD-t-! In Uf of Ik
X boMsM la it'el-nl.
Tke lUwk laiaa.1 pJjlg mtm
Ik aaWkewl Jtt )f kaeaieO. In
t.k will be arat by tl rawlpt
l II real. Uay wrdef MT draft fvH
til eeitu of tm a elM W wr
K.vif park. Uf wt4 U ai y
Mw, ehargw urepwhl. AOJreasa,
" a ... , . a & Ov at mm a
JUII ltst ll r l a .
!UlMkaK IUk Whktwl IWIM I.
mm adl Ha4 l Hi4w m4 Nw I
llaa law Lew, H.beav Hf
RuraM ltt llhwat l aaassJ mmvmm
Situation la Certainly Bad. bat
la It tleally Hopeless f
If our present economic condition
continue for a quarter century longer,
we will have our billionaires and tril
lionuires. while poverty stark, starv
ing poverty will recruit its regi
ments of victims nntil it army of
vengeance will become a menace to the
government one thut will precipitate a
reign of terror more hell teirible thun
thut which reddened the soil of France
with the blood of more than 1.000.000
men and women.
How to limit the growth of abnormal
private fortunes in the United Btutes is
a problem that demands a solution
without delay, and I think that Hon
Churhis M Howell of this city bus con
tributed very fur to this solution in a
new economic system of his own thut
be exploit in a pamphlet thut should
be read and remembered by every work
ingmun in America, no matter of what
political persuasion Mr Howell ug
gests that steps be taken,
"First. To limit the concentration of
wealth so Mil to prevent the acquirement
und retention of colossal individuul for
tunes "Second. To compel the wealthy
clusHcs, whose advantages und benefits,
derived from the government or organ
ized society, are vtiMtly greater thnn
those enjoyed by the poorer clusses, to
pay, relatively, a greater portion thun
the latter of the tuxes necessary for the
snpport cf the government, to which
the former are wholly Indebted for the
sufe preservation of their vast property
rights and t he privilege of living in
luxurious ease '
In order to uccoinplish these object
Mr Howell culls for an amendment to
the constitution of the United Htutos.
"making tuxutioti by arithmetical pro
gression u purt of tiie supreme luw of
tbe land, "
He udds "The operation cf a luw or
principle which levies a tux at a rnto
which increases by arithmetical progres
sion, no matter how small tho rate muy
be ut the ontstart. will sooner or later
reach 100 per cent, uud, as one might
say. automatically ret a limit to the
amount of wealth posxihlc to be possess
ed by uny one iuidvidnul '
Mr Unwell then proceeds to prove
his contention by facts and flgnres thut
have thus far stood nnanswered und
unanswerable True. Thomas O Hliear
man. who is forever posing as a friend
of the people, but who always lands on
the side of the plutocracy, declines that
the economic system proposed by Mr
Howell is impracticable, and in trying
to prove bis pisitioii attributes to Mr
Howell more than one assertion thut
Mr. Howell never made
Of course there are weak spots in this
new economic system whereof 1 speak,
but there are weak spots iu every sys
tem that lias its root in finance I hold,
however, that progressive taxation, os
the plan has been formulated by Mr
Howell, is the iiest. fairest and most
statesmanlike of tiny that have thus fur
been formulated in America
It may win out. but I hardly think
it will The goldocracy will see to its
defeat, just as it bus seen to the defeat
of the greenback, jnst us it will see to
the defeat of uny and every project that
is culcnlated to ameliorate the hardship
and hell hardships cf the musses.
Pessimistic, you say
Yes. but the man is stone blind who
cannot see that the present outlook jus
tines pessimism in its durkest and most
I will not say that there is no hope
for the producers of my country for
the proletariat. No; for history has u
habit of repenting itself, and 1 verily
believe that the hour will soon strike
in the belfry of time when the Ameri
can people will tise in their awful
mizht and majesty rise with Uuiul
and bayonet, rise and muke short worn
of oppressors and of ull oppressive luws
Then and not till then can we hope
for jnst taxation or a currency most
beneficial to the mnssej. Will llubburd
Kernun in Norton s Monthly
llnw Hloeka Are Wnte,red.
The watering of railroad stock is
known by uil to exist, bnt just how it
is done or why it is done is yet an euig
ma to muuy people We will try to un
swer both naestioii in the implist
munner HMsible I t us take the fol
lowing simple illnstration
"Joins, Smith and lln.wn orgiinKe a
railroad company ami tnild and i-qulp
road Mt n snpHiM it i-twt i Hem
f .VI. ooo They U'uiu os rnlion. ami at
th i-lid of the )rnr they tind they liavr
t haretl ouo r R0 s r rrtit of tin
actual o-l .4 tho tond Now iboull
the new teeth lhr ptiblio what the
company i mukiuit tn their Invtstmeol
complalut would ".sm I heard thai
freight an I imwiwi-r tati-a ate ! nin
To Ihrnw Ihe public i.n llM ir guard and
to make H app-ar that freight tiiatgr
r lu.l Itat l.ll-llmt I la MV. Ivl
make the i...le a iirve Irwt the ivr
rrtitdtf .f trttl Is ti'l ti larvr. tbe
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that lnet.i. I alltl lllg V I
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hna I kaa I4 a p. hnie ate tlttag l
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often a warning that the liver Is
torpid or Inactive. More serious
troubles may follow. For a prompt,
efficient cure of Headache and all
liver troubles, take
While they rouse tbe liver, restore
full, regular action of tho bowels,
they do not gripe or pain, do not
Irritate or Inflame the Internal organs,
but have a positive tonlo eflect. 200.
at all druKRlsts or by mall of .
C. I. Hood fc Co., Lowell, Mas.
f R Riots s. 12th st
ntwTiCT Opp. Keystone
Teeth extracted without pain.
Gold Crowns and Bridge work.
Uas administered for the
painless extraction of teeth,
All work warranted.
21 year' experience,
Lincoln - - Nebraska
Personally Conducted Excur
Leave Chicago every Thursday via Colo
rado Hpring and Reenio Route to Bv
Francisco and Loa Angelea.
Sontbern Koute leave Chicago every
Tuesday via Kansas City, For
Worth and El Paso to Lot Angelea.
Thee excursion Car are attached to
Fast l'aaaenger Trains, and their pop
ularity la evidence that w offer the
Accompany these excursion and tar
money, for tbe lowest rate ticket are
available In the. PULLMAN TOUR
I8T CARS. For full description of
thi aervice and the benefit given lb
patrona, ae your local ticket agent or
address John Sebastian, 0. P. A., ChW
ago, III. '
Fbamk IT. Dabnu, C. P. t T. A.
11th A O Ht Tincoln. Nab,
These are for the sick, the rheumat
ic, the nervous, and tired-out-people.
It ia to Hot Springs, S. D., via the Elk
horn line, February 14 and 28. On
fare for round trip. Hotel rate are
low. Co and get well. Call on A. S.
Fielding, 117 South Tenth atreet.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EUROPB
SOLD STEAMSHIP TICKETS
FROM EUROPE SOLD.
If vou are roin? to the old oouutrv
or intend to bring friende from there
to tbla country, please call on me for
figures, information, etc.
A. O. ITIKIAUJUi,
C. T. A. Northwestern Lin.
The Way to go to California.
la In a. innriat alttanlnff Car DerOIialbV
conducted via th Burlington roate.
Ton don't cnange ear, iou aiaaeiewt
time. You e the noe oenery on we
ionr car ia not ao exwnsiveiy unuuei
nor ao fine to look at as a palace sleeper
but it i juat a clean, juat as comfort
able, lust a good to rid in. And nearly
Tbe Burlington excursion av Lin
coln every Thursday at 010 p. m. reaekv
tniw Kan Franriur-n HundaV and Lo AB-
rules Monday. Porter with sack ear.
Excursion manager wun eacn party.
For folder giving Inll iuformatioa call
at D. k M. depot or eity ticket otBoa
coruar 10th and O street.
U. w uotniu.
When you Have a
It U ihe chcaiwit trcaune you
)yc time, ami time money,
Solitl train. Uneotn to Den
ver' Chic.140, St, LouU ami
If ltU AKMiulMl
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