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THE A L h I A .N (J K -1 N I) K 1' E X I E X T.
AritiL n, isr.i
THE LEGISLATURE CAVES TWEN-TY-FOUR
THE GCTOOR YETCES U ACT.
Tt.. Rrniij Bi Far Made. A Nam-
ber of Othsr Bills will be Added
O the List Before Adjournment.
iber kuu News of
LntCOLJr, April 3.- Governor Crounse
has approved twenty-four bills that
have been passed by the legislature
and vetoed one. This constitutes the
record up to this time, and comprises
probably the smallest number of acts
var approved in the same length of
tlma. The session is almost over and
only twenty-five bills have been sent to
the governor, out of a total of about 900
introduced in both branches.
Govoner Crounso's only veto was
given house roll No. ITS. a bill by Repre
sentative Ulggins, providing for an ad
ditional judge in the Twelfth judicial
district, and an interesting suit Is now
pending in tbe snprerae court relating to
he necessity of executive approval foi
eoch a bill Following is the list of mea
ares approved by the governor:
House roll o. M, by Casper of Butler,
appropriating fttf.OUO for the payment
r afflun tMnmhera and eievfoves of
the twenty-third session of the legisla
House roll No. 113. by Jensen of Fill
mere, to recount the ballots cast for and
gainst the amendments to the constitu
tion relating to executive oncers,
Investment of the permanent
House roll No. 188,by Watson ef Otoe,
authorising the appointment ef supreme
court commissioners ana flenning
House roll No. 103. by flows of Ne-
Btaba, to appropriate tne matrioulation
face of the state normal school for
use of the school's library.
House rvU No. 188, by Oakley of Ian-
aastev, te appropriate tne mamcuiauon
aad diploma fees or the stato university,
for tas support of the university library.
Mouse fell No. 183, by Oakley of Ln
caster, to epprottriate tuition fees of the
college ef law of the university for the
ace ef said college.
House roll No. 158, by McKesson of
Laaoastor, an aot appropriating one acre
el Wyuka cemetery, Lincoln, as a burial
ptaoe for deceased union soldiers, sailors,
marines and army nurses of the wnr of
the rebellion to be selected by the grand
army of the repubiio
House roll No. 878, by special com-
gists on governor's message, to au
oriae the office of oommaudAnt of the
aoUUers' and sailors' home by amending
saottoas M8 and 84H3of the consoli
dated statutoj of MM so as to provide
for the appointment of a commandant,
to provide for reports from the visiting
ad esamlntmx board to dispense with
Horace el quartermaster, rna to repean
House roll No. 49, by Cornish of Lan -
.m. aJaJ A.h,.
sassojve the general flea of judgmerfu
pending prooaedtngs In error, by per
mitting the judgment debtor to deposM
In court the fall sum of eUoh Judgment,
ntsrest and Costa, thsre to abide till ter
Uhtation ef appeal
Houss roil No. 179, by Keckley of York,
to provide for ditching and draining we(
or swamp land.
House reil No. 833, by Lockner, togivt
A. J. Arnold an honorable discharge
and pay for three months' services ren
dered In Oie second brigade of Nebraska
militia in 1864.
House roll No, 123, by Cornish, to
amend section 1, chapter 7, compiled
statutes, so that no person shall bo admit
ted to practice as an attorney in the su
preme and district courts unletm such
Srson shall have previously sludiud in
e oftice of a praoticing attorney for
two years, and shall pass exam
ination, or is regular graduate
from the college of law of the univer
sity of Nebraska, and it is shown that
such applicant sustains a good moral
(Senate file No. 8, by Efrgleston of
Lancaster, to amend section 3110 of the
consolidated statutes of 1891 and to re
peal said section. Creates the ofllce of
deputy county attorney in Law n tor
county at a salary not to sxceed $1,894
per year, and crst1tr the ia of
three deputy county attorneys in the
couuty of Douglas at salaries not to ex.
coed f 1,000 per year.
Senate ale No. 41, by Moore of Lan
caster, amending auctions 817 and Sit,
known as ohaptvr 8, civil right, consoli
dated statutes ef ISO!, by making the
avt apply to "pawon' initea J of "citt
ens. Senate f te No. 61 bv Lobeck of Dour-
las, to amnnd n-ction hhU ( the coai
piled itotuUs of IHWl. by making it un
lawful to publiah aa aoceaatofanv
lottery canimt oa "either out of or'
witaia the etatm.
ienate file No. 113, by Moore of Ian. '
easter, to amrnd s-tioa 8 of an art en
titled "an at to provide for the moor
potation i4 univeiettlee under curtain
trouMtaoe," hv authorising U
truatee. by conut of a majority el
stockholder, to secure loans by start-
ra filee Na V, 854 an.l 3J7. by
liOwley of rwcl. to amiul th rrin
taal sU by ImUj out U v.r4 ot
aoth" U the wn;ty for l(ltt in
ceseewbere Jutite ef the pvnow
have pwwr to Uih fine atvl uj tu.i,
ta asssudment ttutd to (Sirtwvu4 a no
deoM. .f the turrvnie euii
rWaato lie K 4, by fa h wood .
Aatel., aa art to ooiupel rilrNi It ta
put la trtnrr swti.hs where liae
tona th same iuii and to If nfr
freMm cat toad Ms wiUnut etti
rfeaaa (lie N It. hf Moors vt tan
astat. m ai t to tiU for the an..it
auat at a i4io nnn by tit uft
of eiues of or Ul MikabiUii(.
SwHate file Na by tiray of r,
ta rMti4 Ma SiiT, vtueWr 3 f the
eaenu-UM sUtuUe of IMl, by r-viit-lag
attwatMM to tor the itNiu uf r-
taoatdta made ne'ory tarrth etrvts
I rvaur 4 dWts la teM4 ttug
ebate ftie N by M r 4 Un
fasVAf, to aateud awtton Ml. tU
csl etetntM of 11. by rnqairins; no
torize public to write tbe dte at which
their tejruu of office sipire, oa all certii
catee of authentication.
BotiaU Hie IK Ij Babcook o
Douglas, an act to promote the devel
opment of water power for manufactur
ing: other industrial purposes bj
declaring water power canals to be lr
rigatlon canals and all laws relating
to Irrigation canals shall be deemed
applicable thereto; also repealing e
tion 2037 of chapter 21. consolidated
statutes of 1891.
Met and Both Died.
CniDROV, 'eb.. April 3. A Mr.
Jeene Wooten shot and killed bis wlff
today and ended the tragedy bj taking
Jils own life. The deed was committed
on one of the principal streets of the city
and lasted only a moment, death being
Instantaneous la both cases. Wooten's
Wife bad left him on account of threats
ad abusire conduct and has been living
at ber father's place until reoently when
she oame to Cbadron, having reladver
her. They had been married five yean
and had twe children. At the time ol
ber marriage Mrs. Woo Urn was only fif
teen years old, Iter husband being tea
jeare her senior. Since the separation
the wife's friends have kept Wootcq
from meeting his wife, as he had threat
ened to kill her, but today he met her in
a crowd and without warning shot her.
An offleer seised him by both arms,
but he sucoeeded in throwing the re
volver upon himself. Rheumatism had
made a wreck of the man and caueed
him to be moody and vindictive, and ho
came here fully prepared to take bis
wife's life and was only seeking the op
portunity. His excited manner was ob
served during the day by his acquaint
ances, but they did not anticipate the
terrible deed he rw'ooliUiL
Harvard, Nebraska, April 8. A
Mrs. H. R. Wheeler met with an accl
eat today wbleh came very near re
suiting fatally. She was going aloaj
the F. E.A M. Y. railroad. seemingly un-
enscious of where she was or tbe near
approach of the train, until she was
eaufhtbythe eewcatcher ftud threw a
to eas mi o nw tree, nit 4ilm"i
as seen as he saw her. eave toe warn
lag aad whistled OtoWa brakes. It
seems a&rMtfjous $st she wal hot in
stasnfr ku1d. She sustAned soine
Mmri brutes and two had cuts on her
head, the pnyaiel.ns leered intern!
injuries, but as yet it is aacsriaia avw
M-ieua. She is sifto-sirfnt rears old
and a nersen of mnarkable riger and
vitality for one of her ysars.
' Mhootlng Affray.
Alma, Neb., April 3 A shooting
affray occurred at Alma late Saturday
night, in which a number of parsons
might have been hurt, but fortunately
only one man was injured. The fracas
occurred at a house of ill-fame. Dave
R, Tift, a young son of Traiaer Tift,
seemed to bold tbe fort at this place
against all comers. A crowd anally
fathered cutslde the door and became
1 nnav hon
Tift began snooting
throurh tn8 dooPt which Dtim
'oponod front without Into the crowd.
1 "K v . . , tn. . . m
One shot out of five took effect In the
left arm of Leo Kennedy,
dangerous wound, Tift
It is not a
Rush villi, Nob., April 3 The dis
trict court and the grand jury have
been ia session here all the present week
The jury found half a dosen indict
meets that will be tried in equrt next
week. Yesterday the court heard thi
case acainut Fred Nbvotoy, soho
treasurer in a country dietrkt, charged
with annrooriatfns: the diatrwt mow)
to his owa use. The Jury found
a verdict of Kuilty of embeuleinent.
Ilia fine will be about 8840 and his se
tRt tenoe from one to twetitr years ia
penitentiary. Judge KinKiid has
yet passed soatence.
AtnORA, Neb., April 3 Some
time since the post-office at this
Some time since tW pcwtofRce ' at this
place was burglarised, and one day this
week Fostmaater Tweedy received notics
from County Clerk Aekerman of Or and
Inland that a package of papors belong
ius to MY. TVbedy bad bn pleked u
by fujoie h1i buy a the Br& b&Bk ci
the Platte river, outheat of Uraud
Island. They had no deubt beea
dropped by the burglars.
flullty of Assault.
Gfneva, Neh., April 3 The Jury
was out just twenty-fiTo hours
The jury was out ju"t twenty-five hours
aud lahorud hard all tltat timo to form
au afivement in the CostUo shoeting
trial The trial we watched with wocrt
interest. THo venllot finally dlld
upen tv the jury was " uuly of as
taull aad hHev,'
It M-euis to give
Three Tl kete.
Al'KOK. N'uh, April 5. Our
City politic are jvltin niui latrv
Uitf. The aatl llon i-v'le ftrt neiti.
lnatei a ticket lr tbe lu-eae pea
pie M-t sua noiutiiiei antitiier,
hnslly Urge nmwl er vt luusl
n, h.i wete diwttW Ul the
aiTsits have been onvlm tJ fx the
yr er la, rut am4hr trt la
field bv UUwa lb rvUt will aa
dotth I W a trfvtts stuUiswa untv
4iu ib etkiMts at Ike KrvekiM
111 f!r U.I f U m fit the! ki
k ia fr tu rs aa4 aiMttue
fiMv (t a Veerl ut fmat a Ute U( M4
yr ttai, .
Ike l.e A mttttty, CalirW!s
MxM .t ie kr a a tte Ca4 l
tee ftut ef a istwd Uil tur a Jr
auiwtre. tie m utlti4 ta i 10, M
put la a M H KIIU
A UttXy Utt4 at Atte, He,
ks witi U.e eree, wkta
tk ksusr tkr t K tee elk
Mlvi-UilttKiirM Uf ift akete
sad a titl e la aJu vt tke
ijkii:f nkwh otkh.
IntereKtiniC Item Cleaned from
renple'e Party Kxt-hangf.
The df mccrallc party wi!! change tb
office bolder, but they will ccaoge ine
The Indianapolis Journal baa proven
that Judge Grtbbam never was a repub
Accord irg to the centus American
farm-rr have an average iccome of e'Z
cebts a day.
Few men will fight frr a government
wbce laws rob them of the just reward
of their labor.
Give us tariff reform and free silver,
and give tbcm to us quick. We need
them in cur business.
In 1806 there will be a grand smasb-
trjr of old parties, boftes, ideas, super
stitions, rings and trunt. j
If Cleveland's election raised tbe
price of totton and hogs, what raised
tbe price of sugar and coal?
While a dollar will buy t ice a much
s it did a few vesrsago, it takes double
tbe t mount of sweat to produce it.
Tbe Brooklyn Tabernacle, tbe place
where the Rev. Talmage does business
s about to be sold by the sheriff on a
debt of 820,000,
It is said that the "Denvcratlc sim
plicities" indulged at Washington to in
duct Cleveland into the presidential
cbair cost in tbe aggregate L'iO.COO.
Katberine E. Conway, of tbe Boston
Pilot, is now one of the police commis
sioners of Massachusetts, and has great
Itfluetce with her coDengneB.
Tbe Oregon 1 gislature memorallzed
congress to issue 850,000,000 legal tender
rote. wall btrc-frt is aswrg lor .jU,-
OO0.0CO in lends. Watch at d see which
It Is wonderful that Jefferson, Jark-
on, Clay, Webster, Denton, Douglas,
Lircoln, Chase ano otter erf at states
men never discovered that silver was a
If President Cleveland has baited his
book with Gresham to catch Populist
votes, be wilJ scon, or pet baps baa
earned by this time, that he is wrong
n bis choice ot bait.
Turkish mobs have been terrorizing
Arn enlars, breaking up their meetings
fcr worship ar d robbing their churches'
scd Armenians have no redress unless
foreign nations interfere.
Iv a vote of twenty three to seven
tbe Michigan senate passid ft loint res
olution urglrg concTi'SB to submit a
constitutional amendment providing for
tte election of United btaus senators
ty direct vote of tbe people.
It Is laid that the electric l'gbtlng of
the inaugural ball room during the cer
errooiesof sealing Ch velar d, cost $12,-
COO. And vet democracy Is wont to
boast of JcfTetEenlan sfmpllcily and
"Hog Me to Death, Darling," is the
title of a new song. It is said to te in
tended for a duet and no audier ee. If
it Is successful it will be a tight squeeze.
It is certainly a ticklish production and
might hold a fellow lor nie. tux..
The Jewish bankers of Europe aro
about to ccmhlne te boycott Russian
securities. This will virtual'y drive
those securities from the European
market, and will crestlv cripple Rus
sian enterprises of every kind. This is
a retaliatory measure.
Reports from far away China indicate
thst war la imminent between mat
country and Russia, The bone of con
tention is a region of country claimed
by China, but for some time claimed by
Russia. RusMa is Herding additional
troops to the disputed territory.
The leaders of the Hawaiian revolu -tion
are very much surprised at the turn
things have taken at Washington.
They supposed that Hawaii was already i
a part of Uncle Sum's dominions, and !
could hardly believe the report that the
treaty was not confirmed by the Senate.
Lieut. Col. Streator, of lams noto
riety, is apain before the public for
special cr nslderation. He attended the
inaugural ceremonies at Washington,
got drutk, assaulted an officer and
trie d to kick up a riot, and is nt w to be
court martialed for ' conduct unbecom
ing a soldier and a gentleman."
A young lady school teacher not a
thousand miles from here,'' says an ex
change, "was teaching a class in spell
ii g when the word ' husband" was put
on the 1 lnck board. None of the child
ren could pronounce it, and in order to
help them out the teacher atked: What
would I have if I should get married.
Tbe responte was rompt but it was
not what sho expected, nnd she blushed
such a brilliant red that the sunlight
Tyranny in South Carolina.
Adjutaut General lluch&nan of South
Carolina bai made a detailed report to
the governor of his findings in the iu
vestljatlon of the trtatmontof luborers
la tho phospbata Klncs t tho atat?.
His rvport couilrtas alt that was said In
the complaint of the French and Itallau
comuls. Tho Italian complatnt had uot
befo received when he left here there
fore ho had only tho French complaint
to investigate. Ho says la hi revntrt
that ho found U Frt'Bchtnon Imprlf
oned tn the ntiaei under guatd. Tho
only alleged reaon for their detention
was that itiey were in debt to the sUu
kepr. Invest Ration showsd that
th y were forvvd U buy their supplies
irvtn tho lt!ln t rekeeirs, aad at
ia h prl a tHy p! d t eoarm
ttem; ttiat Ihty am worked who ly by
lU'.ittO lvr, !vl ii a ltj'ri as
tluHinh tiuy ). I eo Ut guat aU to
lutkd tln '.r e. kit Ui lint world.
The rvprl farther slates tht at vao
time these n , r aiul!y hot intj
by one of (he ! wUU a gMn hUod
with tiuU shot bd Kuril i f theru
wouh44. Trie u!!n wao did th
UAli n4 ht tn the !ne tm ta
N York. Tae wtidHUm a dvteritvd
(. the lepvM-l I ,t (if lho!,h aud
cuiplete lary. Th lrtwnelJ
with .tho tplUn U al the tvteedy is h
ftt:4 ttie Her vf k tUte rd should
find lt perwsttkal rMf In the eta
t!im of tae ne l oi U o latailgritioa.
-aeUeh men's Journal,
rt WHV DEALER'S PROMT
lt V, ba.4 iU bM m atrial 4 an nrrtsb4 far
a IfcAkJO. aC m sk th SMaurVMiavMaf ftwiiaess
T 1 ai t-n uwl a rrl'aJ afed ' saaaa aid
" V i M7ritM Iliiwavass'Wewia'srr'tiss
. - ejAjf- m am- 'A tbe am efeH4v av iC'Hf4.
OXFORD MFG. CO.. 340 Wabash Ave.. Chicago. Hi.
151 ife souvenir
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Evtrf?Txsn from mr nurmrj in
Z FREE toescfa of my ctwumr, Oe r
luiuuiton nm lor miaa-inmua ana
vi ornamentation. linrfitrntt vatrvntw.
4u l i'A LocaX Atfimu WoztUsd.
rOe HILL, Evtrgreen Specialist
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Largest Manufacturers in the U. 6.
Sheet Iron Building rtaterlal
Sltltnm. oiMnim. tUMiftugn, i-hii(ien. Iinltmlun
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vie, t'mr m frr cent. dleonnt, MtR-
St. Louis. Cincinnati.
SEE :; CORN.
HOOUE'S YELLOW DENT has won
more rremlums at Mate ana isauonai
Hhows than any other CORN In Nebraska
$i.eo per bti. Sacks 20 cts. each. Write
tr circulars. Address: K. houuc
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For spraylnir fruit trees and vines. Bend
for catalogue and price list to
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HtC reader ff tbistief, CtM)toul
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dre,ei'l out) I and youihlaeleritaalf)i
by eipvM for saiuiuaiioa, and if thu.tl
It q tt let apiaranuc to atiy MhAJ gold
traieb, tm? Mir saniile prtoa, T t. attd tt M
-ift. VVeaend wtih tt our Knarani that
t ad rrturn It as anyltne nhi osm year
If not sati-f-u-tMr. and if joH sell or ratiM
the eale I x e ejill ftvey.m Una Mtr.e.
Write at Mae, ball s-wd out Mnyle:
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Sellable Trees and Plants SatUfac-
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WHibUHtela of cberiivs grown In 1SIU shows
that fruit run be grown ifsiiUftbie trees are
tiluntril, Th exirlenoe nl advice of the
proprietor, prptldt-nt of the State Horticultu
ral Society will be found sale and utwlul to
Frrt Trneat nr Timnar claims-
CortTMi.diid at oik e befuie the exlitm rush
of Mnrlnir orders.
choice Yellow cent seed corn.
lODUusneis per acre.
Pearl Steel Mill
and Tower. I2&wf
Will run 20 years without oil.
Will send them on 30 days' test trial,
and If not satisfactory to the pur
chaser It fun bn returned to us
and w pay freight both ways.
Wewlve the tlrimficttwarrantyot any
company In tho butdnetts, there
by protectiriK you and your cus
tomer ftKuliint loss In cage of an
Write for full particulars and
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wood and tttrl nuitipinK and
geart-d ills mid kjvurvd null f--
Uiw nnd nwchinc the niDiil i..-Rt
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AirciH NMird who lunv
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hie if vou or ny ol votir i
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JM.TintJAI HVMSfcSS MHXH,h.
rtrt I IUIIML rrilaol iminiiis-'e' hool
fr yiiuwc wen and om-n who ilemre to
follow cutnmen-ial pumilta, or ba to
learn tbortliaua.tyiwitint. wri:raiuj,
KU:. t orresimndfUi solleiwd. e'ata!iKUe
free. Three l"n In horthand bv mail
free. NATIlSiA! BrMKESS t't!-LU.S. Y.
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I erial spring ami nuuiwer iller.
TREES AND PLANTS!
Forest Tree feedlinc a'l va
rieUe lied fedar. eU'. Before
ordemiK tlsewhere, write for my Prlee Llt-u aud
Mntj, Adiirem. ceo. C. rtanfora,
Makanda, Jatkeon Co., Ill,
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none Kenulne wit hout braw BttlnRH) our latent
Improved myle, la a aolld make, hasaeepnanKe
oiik ut nix n srate.ana eioneii iwrieci iy ijum-
Haven 83 per cent nutrltlouN elements. Full de
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dress, CHARLES SCHULTHEISS, 10 N. Main
bt., Council UlufTa, Iowa.
eiy, rapid. Weaven
80 to 80 rodn fier day,
fence, from ulata,
poleH, wllloWN. Slc.
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" from factory. For
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AHKKDECN OMAHA HIEUNW
rlKHKB HAHTINOS DKS MONIES
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WINONA im$&5r MADISON
St. Vaitt P-i..-, Chicago
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MARSHALL lifVHiTTH FREPPe)IlT
K 4K(JTA iL KillLLs AURORA
MAKQ-ITE WvnMTTirri KI.IM
E MOAN ABA V TOMINO uixON
Fast Trains to tlilcaeo and St. Taul.
C'lomi Connections for Au, Points.
BEST FejUll'MENTS LOWEST KATES
A. B. FiM.niNO, W. M. Shifhah,
City T'kt. Agt. Uen'l. At.
Olllce 1133 e) bt--Iepot Cor. Sand 8th Ht,
CHEAP FAR?,! LANDS
100,000 Acres Just Put Upon the Market !
Small Cash Payments
5 to 20 Years Time.
For map of Nebraska and further
particulars, call on or address,
STAPLET0N LAND COMPANY
444 BEE BUILDING, OMAHA, JiEB.
M. E. II1NKLEY,
m CENERAL NURSERYMAN,
The best of the new fruits, ornamental and
evtri:reenn. B1k Htiimly of the BLACK hlLLS
SPRUCK, the best evergreen yet. It will cost
vou nothintr to let nie price your needs. Ex
pprituental station af the State Horticultural
respond. Satisfaction guaranteed.
lifirr SAYS SHE CANNOT SEE HOW
II II L YOU DO IT FOR THE MONEY,
CIO Brjya $6ft.00lRprMlOtror4Hlnirer
Wlst(4lnff Maeulnai MffVet worklnr. rtltabU.
flnsly inlshsit, adapted to light and bsst? work,
wtia aootDDloW Mt of tbo latest lmbTOTdattabmnta
dlroi't from our factory, and aava dealers and H
PRES. Kaoh inanhlno U cuarantsad forftttara. Buf
prons. rivno iniAksna rnat Ainiiuuia.
OXFORD MF3 CO., DEPT. 274 Chicago, III
root's wmmm outfit
Conslntlnguf Iron Lsti
U rinU, enublt'ii une to (tu
li'Du wn hah -sul.ivn anil
H.'ot, Simti.tiuil Kl iiiitK
11M lb 1 nilUMIlHlH III-
in t. . VV. Mi II.
Vrit-d.nnTvl? On IIimmI
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n.?OS,. M0tNA. OHIO.
1 EATING STOVE DEAL
II. J. Hall & Bro.
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Twaiatl si til kisth.
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Hastings Importing Co.
roBTKB ASD BBKBIJtBS Or
Percheron and French Coac.
fines 1UUC19 vt
If npon a Tihlt to our baralj
yon do not nnd our hon-es.
strictly nrst oiass in every.-
partlcuiar, we will pay tr.ia
extjeuM-sof the trio, fcveri
horse guaranteed a Brut cla.ii
foal Keiu-r. ill trive purchars as liberal
terms as any other Bnn in the business.
BEIIU & .Mt I.ELLA,
URNAS : COUNTY : HER I
arn first cAasta.
reasonable. A few choice fall pigs left.V I
Orders booked for early spring pies. J
H. S. Williamson,
Beaver City, - - Neb.
KINGSLAND & DOUGLAS MFG. CO.
T. lAJL'ia, Ml).
rarlTaled for taut Trsh
J IBB, Ke da rating aad
I- Traction Enelnts,
ere1ilaaH Point thst rotomikeap a I'trfec
fulliosaad Worklm inglne. 8tnd for Catalogs
STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS,
AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. .'
HII'AXH TAIil t.VA are tha bt Mfdl-
i kmitin Tor ludiiervlliin, lllllutiaai
Headache, Cwumltiatluii, Ujmpvpulu, 4'hronla
1.1 vr Trouble, lir.lii-., Had Ciimulr lon,
llyf iiU-ry, OltV-nlie llri-ulk, a Bit all dl
order ol' Die Moinin h, Liver aud Ituwrli,
Hlpani Tn Ini ! a cimtnin llotlilnir injiiHuua to
tlip iiiiirft di-llciU4; coiinMiutiiiii. Am I'lcanuut Ut
tako, Mfifi. elfiH-iiiiL). and ttlvtt ttriiiM-dliit? n-.!l(-f.
I'rira f.nXiC vial-). 76i-nnti I'nrkitKeit liox-1,
S2. Mav lie uriliiriMi throiiifh ni-aiimi. rimtrtflit,
or liv mail. Kaiuplw fri-a liy mall. AildrKw
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.,
10 Sr-ItCCE STUEKT, NEW y OHK CI'
SOUTHWESTERN STAMP WORKS;
1326 Grand ave.,KBiiaii City, Mo.
BERRY BOXES AHD BASKETS
ArLLR UIRMAM fn
. MICHIGAN BASMT FACTOHV
er inerou mnu
atNO FOR ILtUSTRATED PRICE irr.
W. C. T. U.
138 12th St., Lincoln.
First class table and
Lunches s all horg.
USUCQUAINTEOWITH THE CtaQDWHtO' THIS COUMTi, .
WUCrt YAlUmi WFORMmIOS rROU . JTUBt OF Tii.S ' !( '
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9 el urn limit n fur lndicriMin. IIIIIuuancMas
llettdat'h)CtiUiitItiiJiit OyHplii 4 hroiil
0 Uver Trouble, IMrxli (, Hud Complexion
Sfe HvaaHla.a ltrt'..H.I t. aa It a... ..I la . aa ..II atIM-
J order of Moiniwh, 1,1 tr uud Huwrlsi. i
Tflprtni TftbiiUn vontnm liotlilnjf Jnjui-iom to
tlie immt dil)(!iU4i coimMiutKin. Are i-Uwiut to f
tuko, wi ft.'. elfwtUiLl, and k!v Itnim-dljito rcilff. I
l'rir-flX(C viaN), T6c)'Mli l'nckfiK(? t4 hojn. f
t2. Alav h onU-.rtMi through nraiiMi. frmrlHtt I
or hf inail. Havi.iplH n i.y mall. Aiidrr-wa I
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.. l
in RPTirulE fiTUEKT. NKV f OHK CITY. ' X
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