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December 27, 1900.
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Tie Urns tt rattle froa cornstalk
31s eocU3 J.
CUte Badeom has bea held for to?
stealing la Gerl&c,
Hasting' streets ix Illuminated
wtta aixty arc Urtt.
Tekasxah declare smallpox has been
stamped out la that enterprising Til
lage. Tt Aubera Cossnerclal club will
git a twentieth century batqutt Jan
It U -aid by Dr. S. It. Town of Oza
ha ?at 200 case of aaallpoi exist
Rev. G. E. Taylor ef Crete has ac-r-pM
a emll to tie Pierce Congrega
Will syJr of Hay Cctr trap
rd faur heavers, the plu of wtka
E.-ttsl Lira l:t.
G. a. Rortir's Sve-yar-oIJ child
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with uui r--;?
ilr. i:r.ilr,tt of Crt rceatly lo-t
a vaWatle tor. aoci thief Laving
take a a faacy to it-
ColcnH fires cf StCKkrllle wants
to fj- t up tin ten Oat of the Geneva
girls reform ar LnoL
MU Ola B. Hsfr of Ohlowa Las or--?-5iil
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the tesool btu-cu.
Pter Kltdler of Cedar B!s2s bar
be o d?!ared laruratly insane, and
will b taka to the asylum.
H. V.'. K:&. a UtcoSu tailor. La
Vea adjadd tcr:.e. He has been
aeticg q ly for fcome mo&tta.
Article of incr;rt ion Lave tea
fil for & r2rpcy to roaiuxct a line
of railroad fioa Callaway to Gaady.
It. M. Rankin "A C. IL Markel of
York fc2' purttaaed the Implement
t :::. a of J. W. Jta- liro. at Bene
Ti.f dpci acst at lieUen Las lr-
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KvargfHstlc rvire at Osceola, con-"-
i ty th Methoditt minister. Rev.
Scott. ta rlo-i. The results wer
John Wltrrtr. a butcher of Meadow
C.frt. La La houid over to dis
trict court. He U rhargrd with steal
Is & cow frjsa S. W. Dexel.
C N y.rs of l-lccoln wanted to
hiw roo-1 a MwUir he was aad
triM f ride as chrokca troacho. He
tuitaised a trokea ana la the fait
The Farjry" Canal company ur
eyora hate T-'.h-d f urTejiz the pro
jsd lire is H- otu BiuS county aad
will furti'h eit:n:ati la a fw days
A ack cf .'k asd other roods was
found cear Tatie Rock. It Is supposed,
to U t pcrtioa of the roods stolen
frrrs a stor la Liberty a few nlghu
The Xrrfolk E!trSc I.!cht conpaay
will add "ow ctice. ow dynamos
at.d c-ther rr.-achiaery to Its plant and
mill c:t its patross as all night ser
vice. The MorrHi jEeo"ocTal collection has
jt r-s -:.r:che1 by a erls of fos
t: l coi:!! la the Txrs3 or bluS
dpoait o! N-brafka ty Mis Carrie A.
IhirKwir. assistant curator of the ma-
V.'hi'e dririr? hotr.e from church the
lean cf jK-tb H1. wio lives three
trsiifr sorrth cf Surprise, started to
run away. Mr. Hees" dfhter Lizzie
Jscped frcss the carrlae. alighted oa
her head, aad received Icj'jriea fro 3
which ahe died.
The litert news ia rejrard to the
aer.atcrial content which appears as
this jtap-r H iroicf to prt-sji is to the
if'x-t that Thorn poa and Meiklejoha
hae rsade a t:--up. It is taid that the
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U. P. aad the B. & M. hare settled
their late dlffereaces aad will joiatly
work together for Thompson and
Meiklejoha. The railroads aever did
like Ilosewater and now they think
that they have a chance to down him.
Bat the old man has fifteen votes all
rljcLt aad they can't elect either Mei
klejobn or Thompson without most
of Rosewater's men. The railroads
Imagine that because they have always
had things to suit them wherever the
republican party was la power In this
state, that they can still have it. Rose
water has his eye on that deal. He
can maVe it hot for them and doubt
less he will proceed to do It.
State Teachers Meet
The indications are that the meet
In? of the state teachers' association
ia this city this week will surpass in
interest and attendance anything in
the history of the association. More
were enrolled the first day than the
total enrollment for any previous ses
sion. There were 1.1&0 enrolled Wed
nesday ;nd the highest total enroll
ment for any previous meeting Is 1,089.
The annual campaign for the presi
dency of the association has already
lx-sun with several candidates in the
field, among them Superintendent A.
O. Thomas of Minden. Principal Wa
frhorse of Omaha and State Superin-tepdeut-tlect
W. K. Fowler.
Down on Irrigation
The policy of the republican party
as it is being outlined at Washington
is: Millions for an army, millions for
a navy, millions for subsidies, but not
one cent to make homes for the peo
ple on the arid lands of the west
through government Irrigation:
The house river and harbor commit
ter has refused to insert in the bill
an Item of $215,000 proposed by Rep
resentative Mondell for the construc
tion of an experimental storage reser
voir on the headwaters of the Mis
souri river and the survey of the res
ervoir sites In western states. Chair
man Burton of the committee said to
night: "There will be no legislation
through the river and harbor bill for
the construction of reservoirs in the
arJ rccionn of the -west. We denned
our position on tii.r
ago. when the senate tacked to the bill
a similar amendment introduced by
Senator Warren of Wyoming. We de
feated it In conference and the house
refused to recede from this action. Wo
still oppose the reclamation of the arid
lands and will defeat any proposition
advanced with this object ia view."
STRIKE ON TROLLEY LINES
Big Sjtia Tied t'p la Pennsylvania Mln
livery one of the 200 car and barn
employe of the Scranton. Pa., Rail
way company obeyed the strike order
which went into effect at 5 o'clock De
cember 23. and as a conseqnence only
two cars were run in all the Lackawa
na valley. These two cars were man
ned by Superintendent Patterson and
dispatcher, foremen and clerks. No
attempt wa made to molest them, and
although rain fell the greater part of
the day the two cars seldom had pas
eoper. The tied up region extends from
Pittsburg to Forest City, a distance of
thirty miles and includes sixty-five
miles of track on which are run ordi
narily eigaty cars.
CAVING IN OF A BIG MINE
rriaelpal 8trt of Pittstoa, Pa., Sinks Oal
The care-in at the Ravine mine of
the Pennsylvania Coal company, at
Pittston. Pa., has caused the principal
street of the city for a distance of
thirty-five feet to fall into the mines.
The cave-In is the most serious in
the history of the anthracite resrion.
It is feared other sections will also
sink. Water and gas mains were
broken by t 'lay's cave-in and water
is flooding the mines. Seven houses
have been badly damaged. It is stated
the collapse was caused by the robbing
of the mine pillars.
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Wealthy Man Murdered.
Frank Richardson, a wealthy busi
ness man of St. Joseph, Mo., and Sa
vannah, was murdered at his home in
Savannah. It was found that & stran
ger with whom he had quarreled, fol
lowed him from town and shot him in
the back of the head. Richardson was
a brother of John D. Richardson, the
general manager of the biscuit trust.
Kaiser Decorates Chancellor.
Sunday, Dec. 23, Emperor William
visited the imperial chancellor. Count
von Buelow, and personally conferred
upon him the insignia of the order of
the Black Eagle.
Three Boys Burned.
At Little Rock, Ark., three of Dick
Lamberson's sons burned to death.
They played with matches, the house
caught fire and they could not escape.
Sent to the Reformatory.
Albert the ten-vear-old son of John
P. Sattler. of Plattsmouth. Neb., has
been sentenced by Judge Douglass to
a term in the state reformatory at
Kearney. The bov was one of those
who burglarized the safe in the store
of the Sattler Furniture company and
also the safe in the City steam laundry
The complaint was sworn out by W.
Boy Fatally Wounded.
At Great Falls, Mont., on December
15, Jacob Werten shot and fatally
wounded his son John. Werten had
treated his wife badly and the son in
terfered to protect the mother. The
father drew a revolver and fired a ball
into the boy's neck. -The son is para
lyzed and will die. Jacob Werten sur
rendered to the authorities.
Charged With Stealing Hogs.
Charles Spiece, Robert Lovelace and
Will Hale of Battle Creek are confined
in the county jail, charged with steal
ing a wagon load of hogs from F. J.
Hale. The hogs were located in
Madison. Mr. Fraser, who transacted
the deal went to Battle Creek and says
he identified Spiece. Later Lovelace
was pushed and it is alleged he con
fessed. One of the trio, Hale, is only
Sadden Death at Ogalalla.
W. A. Forsyth, head of the firm of
(V. A. Forsyth & Son, grocers of Ogal
alla, was found dead in his bed Sun
day morning. lie left his place of
business early in the evening, feeling
as well as usual. Mr. Forsyth went
to Ogalalla in the palmy days and was
one of its leading business men. He
was seventy-six years old. Heart fail
ure was the cause of death.
Disease Among Range Cattle.
Word has been received at Lead, S.
D., from the ranges west of the Black
Hills, in Wyoming, of the deadly dis
ease that has broken out among range
cattle.' In many respects it resembles
human diphtheria and it is nearly al
ways fatal. The throat swells up and
a mocus forms in the mouth which
usually results in strangulation. It is
believed by the state veterinarian that
the disease was started by the warm
days and cold nights. The disease is
being watched carefully by the veter
inarian, but it is believed that it will
be difficult to stop. It is hoped that
cold weather will stop its spreading.
Pear Fate uf Fishermen.
A dispatch from Aberdeen, Scotland,
says that five Shetland fishing boats
have been missing sice the storm that
raged last week, and it is feared that
twenty-seven fishermen have beep
Boy Protects Tils Mother.
To shield his mother from abuse and
save himself from a beating with a
poker. Albert Albertsen shot and kil
led his father at their home on Went
worth avenue, Chicago. Albert, who
is seventeen years old, was arrested.
Delines a Kusinu Loan.
''Russia offered Roumania a loan ol
816.000,000," says the Vienna correspon
dent of the Iiondon Daily Express, 4 'to
assist her in the financial crisis, but
the offer was declined because there
were conditions attached undermining
Sailing Ship Wrecked.
The sailing ship Iverra was wrecked
near Goeteborg, southwestern Sweden.
Seven of the crew were drowned.
Three managed to reach an uninhab
ited island, where two died, the third
A Muskegon, Mich., dispatch says
the oil well being developed there was
shot and after the explosion the pumps
were set and a good flow resulted.
Car Works Burn.
Fire at Joliet, 111., destroyed the
plant of the Fox pressed steel car
works, one of the big institutions of
the city. Total loss 5100,000.
Murdered for Money.
At Gober, Tex., J. J. Johnson a prom
inent farmer was found dead in his
yard. He was evidently murdered for
Ifavy Officers to Retire.
On March' 4 next two officers well
known to the navy will retire from the
active list. These are Rear Admiral
Philip Hichborn, U. S. N., chief of the
bureau of construction and repair, and
Pay Inspector Henry G- Colby, . U.
S. N., both of whom will reach the age
of 62 years on the same date.
Bridge Rapid?? Replaced.
A smart piece of work was recently
accomplished on the railway at Street-
vllle, near Toronto, where an old
bridge was replaced by a new steel
lattice girder bridge of 130 feet span
the traffic being interrupted for fortj
Old Satan sat down in an e-fay chair,
With a re-y wi.-'c and! satisfied air;
To tell his friends who to him had come,
How the glorious victory was won. H
"Sit down and I'll try ti make it clear,
Why we are the winners again this year.
"Now this is the way I managed the poor;
I told them the wolf would be at their door, ,
As sure as they thoug-t of the Philippine crime,
And cast their ballots for Billy Bryan;
Why, they were so scared they came in a swarm
To the side that would promise to keep them warm.
"The farmers, I told, taere was no such thing,
As a Sulu slare, or a money ring;
Twas foolish to think of injustice and vices.
To vote 'for ns and we'd give them good prices.
" (I never mentioned the price of wire, .
Nor asked if they knew that "sugar was higher.)
"I told the young men if they wished to succeed,
The cries of oppression they never must heed;
Gain favor with rich men, to take my advice,
And kill out their conscience, 'all men have their price,
They knew what I meant, without explanation,
And voted to tear out their country's foundation.
"The church people took the most of my time;
But I told them all of this work was divine;
That the Lord was leading and aiming our guns,
And the rich men would give them larger sums;
That we must expand, give our young men room,
Though it be the cause of the brown man's doom.
"The monied men took none of my time,
For most of them were always mine; .
But I must confess if it wasn't for them,
We'd never have got in the White house again.
For, friends, you'd be surprised If you knew,
The money it took to carry us through.
"On a very large crowd I can always depend.
And many I found who the cash, would demand,
To some vhisper 'party'; 'twas all that was needed.
Sometimes I have threatened, at other times pleaded
But, Oh! how they came till they made my head swim,
When I told them to vote with the side that would win.
"There's very few people, I cannot use some,
And a host I almost entirely run;
Why, even the Lord must look down from the skies,
' And view my power with perfect surprise,
But mv helpers are faithful, and work with their might,
Much naruer, i iuiuk., mnu
THE NEWS SHORTENED.
Boers threaten Kimberley. Lord
Kitchener has completely shot off
The storm of the first part of the
week was quite general. Stock in
many states suffered considerably.
Nick Gentleman, who killed Soren
Oleson at Platte Center, Neb., has been
held to answer to the charge of mur
der. The Missouri River commission, now
considered to be useless, will, it is
said, be abolished in the river and har
Forbes Robertson, a London actor
manager, and Miss Gertrude Elliott,
sister of Maxine Elliott, were married
Christmas trade -in Lincoln and
Omaha, as well as in many other of
Nebraska's larger towns, was excep
At Cleveland, 0., Judge Neff sen
tenced Edward Ruthven, colored, to
be electrocuted April 12, 1901, for the
murder of Patrolman Shipp. .
At Hastings, Iowa, Inez Gibson,
aged 12 years, committed suicide be
cause she was below her usual average
at the monthly school examination.
The libel suit of Baron von Schroe
der against John D. Spreckles, propri
etor of the San Francisco Call for
$200,000 was decided in favor of SpreckJ
H. D. Porter, editor of the Geneseo,
111., Republic, died suddenly at Em
poria, Kansas, whitner he and his wife
had gone to spend the holidays with
John. T. McCutcheon, the Chicago
Record's artist and newspaper corres
pondent is critically ill at his home in
Chicago. He was stricken with
pneumonia a few days ago.
It is said there is a growing discon
tent among the English volunteers in
South Africa. Their pay has been in
creased to still the tumult. The colon
ials are demanding to be returned.
This in the face of the great Boer ac
tivity. Judge Prouty, in the Polk county
district court at Des Moines, Ia., has
rendered a decision holding the so
called "tax ferret" law valid, which if
sustained by the state supreme court,
will enable Iowa counties to collect
several hundred thousand dollars of
Touch en Their Conscience.
A preacher in southern Missouri,
after having announced that he would
preach the following Sunday on "Hell
and who will go there," received sev
eral letters from parishioners threat
ening dire vengeance in case he dared
to make use of their names.
The Leading Druggist
It is always interesting in a city to
observe the success of the different
business men. Some will thrive; many
will fall. It Is a noticeable fact that
out of twenty-four corners along O
street the main street In this city
from 10th to 15th seven of them are
occupied by drug stores. Some of
them are successful and some are not.
Apparently the best located and most
liberally patronized is that of Mr. J.
E. Rlggs at 12th and 0. He is an old
time druggist, having served In all
branches of the business. He first en
tered the drug business at the age of
fifteen. He worked six years under
one of the most skilled pharmacists
of eastern Indiana. Later he took
Horace Greeley's advice and :ame west
to, if possible, build up a fortune. In
1880 he settled in Hastings, Neb., in
the drug business, but on account of
crop failures and business depression
he disposed of his interests and came
to Lincoln to work for the wholesale
firm of Leigh ton & Brown. The posi
tion not proving very satisfactory
from a financial standnolnt hA decided
xno u uw n&ui.
O. H. C.
presented itself with the Kennard
Bros. & Co., a wholesale drug house
in Omaha, he was not long in decid-
J. E. RIGGS.
ing. He was given an important clerk
ship in the prescription department.
Later on he represented them on the
road throughout the western territory,
including Wloming, Utah. Colorado
and Idaho. In the fall of 18S3 he quit
the road and located in the drug busi
ness in Lincoln, Neb. In 1890 he was
elected a member of the examining
board of pharmacy for a five-year
term. Two years later he was made
president of the board, but inasmuch
as he had sold out his drug business
and according to the custom of the
board of pharmacy, his resignation
was in order. He resigned after re
ceiving all the honors due a retiring
president. In 1891 he engaged In the
wholesale glass and paint business,
continuing this for some four success
ful years. Later on he disposed of
his interest to an advantage and went
back to his first love, the retail drug
business, being now located on the cor
ner of 12th and O streets, Lincolu,
Neb., where he enjoys a very flattering
at rock bottom prioea,on SO day atrial. TStMl ber.
IBaAOaMutdy accural, atmple and ur.a. Nma lor jo-Kaa
aad btr ciUlnff ef mrrVhlnr forth (aim
UlfTnm 'Tb Hooat that .ar Y oa Mooay."
BSM our otaar arts ta taia papar.
WESTERN REftCARTCJ CO.
Dept. 5 Omaha, las.
CHAETKR NO. 513 (Incorporated).
At Hallam in the State f Nebraska, at the
close of business Dec. 13, 190U.
Loans and Discounts $11,038.70
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured ....
Stocks, securities, judgments, claims,
OtbdT ftSS&tS .' aaaa a.aaa.e
Banking house furniture and fixtures . . 1,500.00
Othnr rnal estate
Current exnenses and taxes paid 3.00
Premium on U. S and other bonds and
Checks and other casn items
Due from National, State and Private
Banks and Bankers 19,458.92
Cash Currency $ 901,00
Pennies i. .. 12.11
Total cash on hand 2,513.91
Capital stock paid ia 35,000.00
Surplus fund 100.00
Undivided profits 67.30
Individual deposits subject
to check , $19,370.23
Demand certificates , if de
oosit : 1.7S1.00
Time certificates of deposit.. 8,197.00 29,347.23
Cashier's checks outstanding
Due to national banks
Due to State and Private
Banks and Bankers
Notes and bills re-discounted
STATE OF 5KBKASKA
COUNT! OF VSS.
I, John J. Merer, cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear tnat the above state
ment is correct and a true copy of the report
made to tee state banking board.
John J. Mms,
attest; Johk J. If cm. Director.
Oocbabd BrrPKN. Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th
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One foot hammer-feller, one package of needles, six bobbin;, one wren:h, one
screwdriver, one shuttle screwdriver, one presser foot, one belt and hook, ono
oil can filled with oil, one gauge, one gauge screw, and quilter and one Instruc
tion book. .
J7 $65M machine for $19.50.
FIRST Our "Independent" Sewing Machine as above described and Ne
braska Independent one year for $19.50.
SECOND Our "Independent" Sewing Machine given as a premium absolute
ly free of cost for-a club of 50 subscribers at $1.00 each.
Persons ordering machines will please state plainly the point to which thu
machine is to be shipped, as well as the postofflce the paper is to be sent to.
Give shipping point as well as postofflce address, and both machine and paper
will be promptly sent. .
ADDRESS ALL ORDERS OR
- grade Sewing Machine, and finished
It possesses all modern Improvements,
APPLY FOR INFORMATION TO
Our advertisers are reliable.
I to make a change, and as an opening
day of Dec, 1900. -. G. H. Echaak.
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