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About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1906)
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VOLUME 6, NUMBER 1
EiirtlHiuuko xhoclro were distinctly
fell In wcmtorn ftltoHourl, custom Kim
tjiiK mid Homo 'portions of eastern No
brAHlca 011 tho evening of January 7.
Tlio batlJoHliij) Hqtiadron of tho
UnlfocI SlatoB navy got tangled up
Jn Now York harbor January 7. Tho
Kontuoky and Koarsago wero
groumlori, U10 Alamaba ramming and
ROiioiiBly damaging tho Kentucky.
Roar Admiral 13 vans, commonly
known iih "Fighting Bob" was In com
mand. The vcssoIh woro moving In
close formation and tho roar end of
tho squadron swung too far in toward
tho bank; oilier vosboih closely fol
lowing resulted in tho complication.
A naval board lias' boon chosen to in
f swore 'to like testimony in court to
day. Slate's Attomoy Edward E. Hol
land, who made a vigorous prosecu
tion says the result is a miscarriage
of justice. Nail exhibited receipts to
provo that ho was keeping tho agree
ment with his victim.
Tlio tri-annual olecllon of one-third
of. (JiO'inqmbqrsIiIp of tlio Fronch son-
l nto, vatfuiiQd in I ho return of most
of tlio. former Honators. Tho sup1
porters of the government received
. ,, Increased majorities.
Elliott T. Danforlh, who from 1S90
to 1B94 was Now York stato treas
urer and In 1S90 was chairman of the
democratic stato committee, died at
his homo in New York City, January
.7; Sovoral months ago, Mr. Danforth
hud an attack of typhoid, fever which
rosidtod In a breakdown from which
ho novor recovered. Ho wns woll
known by democrats throughout tho
Mary McDonald, a n ogress who
cjalmod to bo 135 years old, died in
Philadelphia January 7. It is claimed
that she way born November U, 1770
in a settlement noar Valley Forgo,
Now York disnntp.hns snv tluii. flnv.
$wy;. rilggi'ns lias no intention of ask-'
ins uw tugiHuiuu-u 10 cuuiuuQ tne
insurance investigating committee or
10 appoint a now one.
A dispatch to tho Now York World
under date of Suffolk, Va. January S,
follows: Tho provisions of a death
compact made between John M. Nail
and his dying victim, Isaac Norfleet,
whom Nail mortally shot several
weeks ago, hold good in Wansmond
circuit court today, whore Nail was
acquitted of Nrtleot's murder. On
condition that Nail would pay tho
doctor's bills and -support Norileet's
family after his death, Norfleet made
a dying declaration that the shooting
was accidental. Another witness
ure indigestion Is largely rtiio to the old the-
tjlllt WllOU thO Stonm-'ll 1 O nini:(nn..il..n It-
tcnts.ttiiUcatharUcs. purgatives, etc.. are usfd.
whieh KlviSnnly temporary relief, because thev
rtlKcsl by in-anting thelining of the stomach.
Modern solerree recognizes the fact that it Is
the nervesthut uNWhesmotlvopower todigest
the contents of thtHipniaeh.
The nerves agitate and mix the food, and
stimulate tl e secretions. When thev become
Washington dispatches say that Mr.
Shouts, chairman of the Panama canal
commission, is likely to resign.
Sam R. Shipley, retiring president
of tho Provident Life & Trust com
pany of Philadelphia, declares that
his company paid to Congressman
Olmstead, one of the leaders of the
llarrisburg bar, $7,500 for using- his
influence to have two unfavorable in
surance bills buried by thq. commit
tees of the Pennsylvania state legis
Tlio Dempcratls state committee for
milium met at Indianapolis, January
8, and re-elected W. H. O'Brien chair?
Geronimo, tlio aged Apache chief,
was married at JLawton, Okla., Janu
ary 8, for the eighth tinie. He is
76 years old.
Congressman Bln'cer "Hermnnn ofi
I Oregon will . he tried in March for
land frauds. Mr. Hermann is now ill
In Washington city.
The United 'States senate has di
rected an investigation of the Pan
ama canal "affairs.
August Koch aged 88 years, died
at St. Louis, January 9. Ho was first
a Prussian soldier and then a veteran
of the Mexican war. Ho acted as
interpreter between General Taylor
and Santa Anna. -
Eight, lives were lost- infa' hotel fire
at Minneapolis, January 10." Fire loss
was $30,000. "
George D. Perkins, editor Sioux City
Journal, republican, has . announced
that he will be a candidate for governor.
William Rainey Harper, president
of tho Chicago university died Janu
The bankers' committee at Cleve
land discovered that the firm of Den
nison, Prior & Co.," is insolvent and
that a number of its securities were
Senator Brackett reintroduced in the
Now York senate January 11, his res
olution calling upon United States
Senator Depew to resign.
Washington dispatches under date
ot January 12 announce that the diplo
matic relations between Venezuela
and France are broken. Paris cable
grams of that date were full of grave
predictions. The rupture is said to
be due primarily to the personality
of the French representative at Car
acas, and also to tho attack by Presi
dent Castro upon tho properties of the
French gable company.
An Associate! Pi-abc. ,itc,nni. .:',.
'l!Zf. CS1'b."s- 59. -JAnuaryl"
will rel eve obstinate eases of indigestion
dyspepsia and stonmoh trouble by strengthen,
inif these nerves. "iuicn.
' I had severe stomach trouble. Dr. Miles'
Nervine, ami Norvo and Liver Pills cured me
I oan now eat anything without trouble." '
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iwuuws: tsenn nr . ATool7e 1:.....:
floetariiiK tor the election oFu eS
States senators by popular vote was
"-. UIIIL M1IMI I fll'C 1IFIY-k nA..l J
his effort at rate legislation. The
spectacle of one senator dying in dis
grace and another convicted of a fel
ony was before the country, he said,
and showed the method of electing
them should be changed.
General Morales, fugitive president
of Santo Domingo, has soucht refuge
in the American legation. Negotia
tions are on for Morales' resignation
and departure from San Domingo.
On January 12 the Philadelphia re
publicans elected 114 delegates to rep
resent them in the state convention
which meets June G. That state con
vention will nominate a candidate for
governor and other officers. It is
claimed that of the 114 delegates Sen
ator Penrose and his followers will
control at least 75, and that this in
sures the defeat of Mayor Weaver in
his gubernatorial aspirations.
TCHhn Print, sonretarv of stato. has
been chosen as president of the Amer
ican Society of International Law.
The permanent organization of this
society was perfected in New York,
January 12. Vice presidents of this
society are as follows: "Chief Justice
Melville M. Fuller and Associate Jus
tice Brewer of the United States su
premo court; Andrew Carnegie, Jo
seph H. Choate, Justice William R.
Day, John W. Foster, Judge George
Gray, John W. Griggs, Judge William
W. Morrow, Richard Olney, Oscar S.
Strauss and Secretary of War William
H. Taft." The members of the execu
tive council are as follows: James
B. Angell, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Chandler
P. Anderson, New York City; Senator
Augustus O. Bacon of Georgia; Rep
resentative Richard .Bartholdt of Mis
souri; Charles Henvy Butlor of Wash
ington, D. C; Jacob M. Dickinson,
Chicago; Professor Charles N. Greg
ory, Iowa; Representative Robert R.
Hitt, Illinois: George W. Kirchwey,
New York City; Senator Philander C.
Knox, Pennsylvania; Robert Lansing,
New York; John B. Moore, New York
City; Frank C. Partridge, Vermont;
Horace Porter, New York City; Leo
S. Rowe, University of Pennsylvania;
James B. Scott, Columbia university;
Carl Schurz, New York City;. Sena
tor John C. Spooner, Wisconsin;
Charles B. Warren, Michigan; Andrew
A. White, New, .York; Everett P.
Wheeler, New York City; Theodore S.
Woolsey, Yale university; George G.
Wilson, Rhode Island. The executive
council organized temporarily with
Oscar S. Strauss as chairman ; Charles
Henry Butler, corresponding secre
tary; Professor James B. Scott, re
cording secretarj and Chandler P. An
Honcflt In quality.
Grafted Apples 4oi
' 4o j Budded Chorrlcs, ISc ouch i Kr-1 varietleS
kPnunnril ftrnnna to nnr inn. Tilnnl. T ...... 1
KussMulborry,lporl00ti. Wc pay freight. Completo
caiaiog iro. uaiDraitn nurseries. lot 84 Falrbury, Neb.
shows in NATURAL COLORS and
Accurately describes 210 varieties of
frnlt. Send for our terms of distribution.
Wowuntmorosalesmen. Stark Bro'g, Louisiana, Mo.
Mrs. Cassie L. C adwick was taken
to the penitentiary at Columbus, Ohio,
January 12, and began her service of
ten years imprisonment.
ANOTHER MEANEST MAN
A well-to-do Chicago real estate
owner came Into a hardware store in
that city and asked the proprietor for
a pound of nails. The small package
was made up and the price, a nickel
handed to tho merchant, when the
customer asked if the purchase could
be sent to his house, which was in a
distant part of the city. The merch
ant assented, aud calling an errand
boy handed him the parcel with the
nickel he had just received for it and
"Here, Johnny; take the car and
take this parcel out to Mr, Blank's
"What!" said the customer, "are
you going to give the boy the nickel
to take the parcel out?"
"Why, certainly," said the merchant
"I wouldn't think of asking him to
walk so far."
"Well,'" said the meanest man in
Chicago, "if y0 would just as soon
give mo the five cents I will take it
out myself! "-Minneapolis Journal.
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4o; Plum unci Ohoiylw a VI very choap.
12c: Poach 4o; all yfi41?VQlKkt, voXCi
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75c per 100.
$5 per 1,000.
As valuable in Kiimmnr nnrnlnafc
6un-scald. hot' winds.' etc.. "as
they are in winter against cold
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