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It 13 cHlinmturi Unit near 8,000 per
hoiih perished by the Ohio earthquake;
ami that noarly an many more worn
crippled and wounded In tho calan
Tho hill prohibiting railroad pools
and combinations was defeated in the
A negro burglar at llutler, Ga., on
being sentenced to Ion years in tho
State prison, puuehod out his eyes.
A negro recently killed a largo
panther within three miles of Mem
phis. A Wisconsin court has decided tho
nnli-trealing law unconstitutional.
' Four burglars, whoso ages ranged
from l-l years down to It, were recently
arrested at Lawrence, Mass. The boys
were detected while engaged in a burg
larious act. They said they had been
at the business some time.
Now in tho New York assay ollleo
there are $30,000,000 In gold bars.
Tho reason of this gold gorge is a lack
of appropriation to convey the bullion
to tho mints.
Tho Hankers' and Merchants' Tele
graph Company of Now York, organ
ized with a capital of 31,000,000, hns
begun tho construction of a twelve
wire lino between Boston and Washing
ton. William Hopkins, formerly of Chica
go, is wanted for bigamy. Ho deserted
his wife and child, and married Miss
Anna Echles, of Aurora, Ind.
Jacob Walker, of St. Louis, commit
ted suicide by shooting himself.
Thomas Forsythe, a ucotcli miner,
was murdered by Jonas Haywood at
A German at Alleghany had a severe
attack of trichinosis, recently. He
had eaten of rare cooked pork.
John Divine, alias Jones, was lynch
ed near Las Vagas, 18th Inst, Ho
was an escaped convict from Califor
nia, and $1,100 reward offered for
O. C. Xelson, prosldont of a bank at
Osago Mission, Kas, has absconded.
Miss Mary Shannon, a good looking,
intelligent and respectable white lady
of Rochester, X. Y., recently married a
At Peoria, Bridget Ilnddon died sud
denly while on her knees engaged in
At Hcnson, 111., a man named Pen
dleton was fatally hurt by being caught
in the belting of-inauhlnory.
Charles Creek, a young newspaper
man, was killed at lirookviile, Ohio,
by falling under tho cum when attempt
ing to jump upon them while in motion.
David .Downoy and Mlko Hredeiick
were killed at Poughkeopsioby the ex
plosion of a nltro-glycorino cartridge.
A veteran, named Fred. Hermann, at
the Soldier's Home, Dayton, recently
hanged himself with a handkerchief.
Fred lioaumer, a Milwaukee saloon
keeper, suicided by taking poison.
John Suhult. was killed by ears at
D. J. Hatehelder, lumberman of
Clinton, Iowa, was poisoned by eating
Five .Nihilists engaged in bombard
ing tho lato Fmperor have been hang
ed, one of whom was a woman.
'; Michigan has a man with three arms.
Ho Is tho only fellow 'alive who can
take two girls sleighing and enjoy it.
Ammonia in tho Kitchen.
T$ I Tho pantry shelves aro getting
grimy, or linger marks around tho
door latches and knobs aro looking
dark and unsightly. For hick of time
they are left day after day, for it is
hard work toseournll the time, and it
wears olT the paint, too, The husband
keeps his bottle of oil, or perhaps a
largecau holds It, for ho noVer stints in
that. Now suppose his wifo has her
liottle of spirits of ammonia to use.
. .She takes a basin of water and clean
doth, just puts on a few drops of tho
fluid and wipe off all tho dirt. It is
' worth more than a half day's labor, and
tloes not hurt the paint, either. .She
could put a few drop In her dishwater
and see how easily tho dish"s could bo
cleaned; a few drops on asponge would
clean all tho windows in tho sitting
room, making tlnvn shine like crystal.
It would take tho stains oil tlio tea
spoons, and a teaspoonful in the mop
pall would do more toward washing up
the kitchen lloor than ton pounds of
dhow-grease applied totho mop handle.
A housewife lias just as much right to
make her work easy and exptditious as
her husband bus. If shodoitt not do
It, tho fault is her own in a great
Spoclnl session of the County Com
missioners, began and held on a eall at
the court houso at Hrowmille on
April Ifith A. D. JHKl.
Present John lit Pohlman, Francis
llcdfern, John H. .shook; Samuel
Cuibertson County Clerk and J. M.
Klucknor Sheriff. When the following
busincrf was had and done to wit.
It was ordered that Nathan
McArthur boaiul ho is appointed As
sessor for Island Precinct for ibHl.
The following official board wore ap
proved : S. Heed asossoiyfor Glen Hock
precinct; It. T. McAdams Supervisor
for road district No. s, Peru precinct ;
J. U. Robertson Supervisor for road
district No. II, Lafayette precinct;
Henry Ilahn Supervisor for road dis
trict No. Jt, Washington precinct;
John Uhristy Supervisor for road dis
trict No. 4 Washington precinct; J. W.
llrush Supervisor for road district No.
1, London precinct; J. P. Hoover Super
visor for road district No. 1, Nemaha
precinct; A. W. Johnson Supervisor
for road district No. 1, lied ford pre
cinct. It was ordered by tho Board that
tho following officers be appointed,
to-wit: John Ashly Supervisor for
road district No. :i, Glen Hock precinct;
Win. Sutton supervisor for road dis
trict No. 2, Lafayette precinct; K.
Philips Supervisor for road district
No. 1 and William Bridge Supervisor
for road district No. 2 in Peru precinct;
C. M. Kaulliuau Supervisor for road
district No. 2, Urownvillo precinct and
A. II. Scovillo Supervisor for Nemaha
City road district, and Perry Catli-
cartwas appointed constable for Lafa
It was ordered by tho board of
County Commissioners of Nemaha
County Nebraska that tho County
Clerk is hereby directed to give notice
I to all parties who have county
' iivi I'riifif u In Mil tMifts fil oit' a Wlfiwi (ltul
uiutiHiio iii wiu vviuiaj viuinn viiivk. tuiu
who owe taxes that they have county
warrants duo thoin and that the same
will bu held for their taxes until said
taxes are paid.
Lots Hand 10 blocks HO was purchas
ed by tho county and the certilicate to
bo assigned for not less than fifty per
cent, and fees.
Tell me a young man drinks, and 1
know thu lost. Lot him become cap
tive to the wine cup, and he is tlio cap
tivo of all other vices. Mo man over
runs drunkenness alone. That is one
of the carrion crows that goes in a
tloek. If that break is ahead you may
know the other breaks that follow. lit
other words, strong drink unbalances
and dethrones and makes him prey of
all tlio appetites that choose to alight
upon his soul. There is not a place
of sin upon this continent but finds its
chief abettor in the places of inebriety.
There is a drinking place before it, or
behind it, or a bar over it, or a bar un
der It. The ollieor said to mo that
night, "Vou seo how they escape legal
penalty; they are licensed to sell
liquor." Then I thought itliin myself
the court that licenses tho sale of In
toxicating liquors, licenses gaming
houses, Tcenses libertinism, licenses
diseases, licenses death, licenses all
crimes, all sufferings, all disasters, all
woes. It is tho legislature and courts
who swing wide open the grinding,
rearing stupendous gato of the lost.
Robert Lindsay has been convicted
of perjury, in tho matter of the Moroy
letter, and sent to the I'enitentiar. for
eight years. Hut whero aro tho rich
scoundrels who perjured t'jomselvos.or
induced him to do so, for the sake of a
little political gain? Is the punish
ment of somo poor dupe to shield
them V What Congressman was it that
testitled to tho genuineness of tho
handwriting? Who sent it to Califor
nia and vouched for its correctness?
Let these men stand before the bar of
justice and answer for their crime.
There is no vindication of luw or ordor
in sending somo poor vagrant, who lias
neither mono) nor friends, to the peni
tentiary for eight years, while tho
elder conspirators aro, unmolested.
It Is Uio result of 20 ycir.B vxiicrlonco and
cxierlmenia in Hot
nta lu HirmnK Machines, jc romoinM ii
J70O.I jH)n( of nil v
present and former uuUM.ana IS
not n "oii8ninn,ror'onolde"nmt'lilni,,otlior8
arc It nvolils thu ilrfi'ctd of utlicrH, init ik
hesftos " and valuabt fcaturoH init concniciicoti.
It 1b tarye, Uqhl-ninnitnj, tioiiehti, UantUumt, eon.
renlent, Jumble, nnil tlmple. Wurrnuti'it nnil
Ici'nt In repair I'rpyi lor 5 jrpurM. OircularH witu
iiiltilPHcrliiUou Mit freo on rniucnt. It Is urt4y tlio
lxwL A trial wUl prove tt. Don't lull to hvjp It
beloro you bwy. MAurAOTCUID nr I'LOHKNOI;
M AOIflNK 0O.,Vlortim,e, Mass. ; wOLi:HALr.l nv
GEO. V. 11KNT, 81 mill VI J"r.,i t , I'tllrwn i
fullt ilncril'f't rilH Mieulilla mala
( rur. Inf. Iltrrli' IlluilrXrJ
imMt .nit (rtt va p1lotig,
UAItUIH HKMKIIY CO.,
9f V (hrnl.ls Ml" Xtrkrt Kl,
fU I.UUt. Mo.
B. Bell Andrews, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SRUuEOK,
Kcitialiii C'lty Wch,
Ottlh hi the Country Promptly Attt nth
erf, (lay or ntyht,
QPKUlAfi ATTENTION jtlven to Mirittrnl
IOiIImcukch rif woinoii mid surgical dlsiwiM-s
of Mm e c.
"- Patients from itbroad can bo furnished
with pleasant rooms ntnl accommodations.
JT0MAT $ MIJVI&M
Noinaha City, Nob.,
J J?,. Cfrathev
Mndonnd rnpnlri'it ns well in can be done
nny whore, nnd nt short nnllcn
AXfl VKUY Ur.AKOSAlll.K TKll.VS.
thus & williams!
DRY GOODS, G HOCK It IKS
11 K A I) YMA DJ'J CI, O Till NO,
NOTIONS, Jilo . Mc, Etc.
Nemaha City, Nebraska,
Will SOll (JOOllS IIS cheap OH 1111' honso
LIVERY AND FEED SUTBIE.
Omul bugKlt'H nnil lmrHOs, clmrjirii rt-ns-onnblc.
Host ofriin'tiiluMinf IrniiMeiitiitock
.Vii'.TWff. CITl .;.
, e , .v-, -,.
MAHA CITY WEB.,
Ontrnlly locntvil; (Jooil fnre, mill nntrou.
tile Npnrcd to iniiko kuwUh cuinfortiible
Uoixl burn for hornon ntnl
For your Ak'IcuIuimI linpli-ments.goto
DAVID A. MORTON,
Knrm ivml Hprll.t; Wnonn, Hnlky Plows,
Stirring I'lowi, Corn PimilcrH, IInrrown,
ItmiiwrH, MnwM-H.CiilMvHtnrH.l'nrn Sliellcrn,
unit tlio IIokm TniiRiit'lriM (Jiiltlviitnr.
In UNlttN HOTEL, west of Court Home,
nnil uxntnlnu our
NEW S rOOKf GOODS.
Waltham, "1 Key and
Ki.oin, and Stem-Wind
Mutt UOlAt St. S1LVKH CASKS,
The BOSS GOLD CASE,
The Wnl 111 am Bust Proof.
WflluivnJiiHt u CT friirQl Nul''t'
colvisl n bill nf VvJjWvIVO from the
llntH nt tlio bent innknrn, ntnl wliluli our ex ten
hIvo repulrltiK oxperleneo proven most nutli-
blo for ttm wnnM nf our tunny customer.
We rcHpi-otfully HUtimtt to tlio coimldei
tlon of thoMi luteuitlng purcluiHtiiK T1B1TE
PIECES Hint they commit nml buy Imm.
Moohnnlonl Donlers Only,""1 no
Jiirk-of'till'trmlrN, xxn enn not know nny
tlilnit of tlio rwni thoy otnr, mul nro mtnlilu
to ltoi'i In rcpulr when Milil.
REMEMBER, Wo warrant tnr clocks
nKntnnt iilluirtileiitH for yenrn.
Oiirntock Is full In cvory dtinrimotit, ttolni;
constn tly rephnilNlicd wllli li Intent stylo.
HKI'AIUIXH FINK WATCItftf tiCH MWJ.VKW.,
ENG R A V I NO SS
viirwiiro Domes, HIdkh, Nmno PHUoh, oto;
Glvo us n cull mnl yon will lie sntlHtled'.
If any of our country subscriber
to Tiik AuvKitTLiKii tleslro to pay up
arrearages in com and a year iiv ad
vance, we will allow tl'iem twonty-llvo
cents a buslielfor tlieaatuo. This of
fer will stand good until March loth.
I AM NOW READY
With my Now Spring Stock. ,
My cwtern buyer has struck somo immense bargains at forced wile' in
l)res (hiiwls, Cottonadcs.l Shirtings, Table Linens, Ducks, etc. Jllst tilt' good
for spring wear.
So Jovrn (jtoos the DPriooK :
IV hnv inHrketl HIilrlliiK from 1j3 l- ilovrn to 10 crtltm
ii i u
ii ii li
i ii ii
' ii n
'I ii ii
ii i ii
ii ii it
C 1lot!uinE :
All -vool menu stilt, No. 1 (lunllty nnil StyU, from 840 down to 91.4,
" I ii ii ii ii it i ti 8u
II envy Union Cnmlmrres, from 6JO down to SO. 75.
" " P " " $0 ii 9.f0,
" Cotton HulU, from 81.00 down to S.'l.trt).
A Full Line of CLOTHING-
Onr hem llltt Coffer from 10 :J-3 dotrfl to 14 l-'4
Our licit C Hngnr from 10 dntrn to 9 cent.
Our Choice Dried Apple from HrtorntoJ 1-a cent.
Our Choice Dried Pettclie from 10
Si....i , iJt'r.1. H,"''1 HimWIoh uxtnlvi.y. (Prhv. l.lst im npplli'ntliiii.) Wo
IlKliitBt rtiHiiltiu, Int.-Ht tuiprnvml und lN-st timclilnu In tin. in.irkot,
.m..I. . r p.r "on,"i''""-'o"PnrirtartiMHvl(lo wan. A vory smull pur
hum, Wr LC l"!! !UV Kr?"1 "lfflwyiVJ liitnilwinoly. Cull w pml for wwnplc of
MttcTi dry Koodsnn you irtny Wniit, mill I will rurultili you my ilotalleU prlro MhI free.
1900, 1902 and 1904, Frederick Avenue, St. Joseph, Mo
Terminus of Narrow Guagc Street Car Line.
From High Prices.
I have opened a, First-class Furniture and Under
taking Store in the large room under The Advertiser
oMce, opposite Sherman House, where I keep the
LARGEST STOCK of FURNITURE
AND UNDERTAKING GOODS,
in Southern Nebraska, and by strict aitention to bus
iness and Low Prices, I hope to receive a share of the
Public Patronage, All kinds of Repairing done in a
neat and workmanlike manner.
Farm for Sale NO AcrcH.
Two nnil oue-hnir miles southenstof Peru
nounreHuniler mltlvntton, W nores pnnttire
with oil fence. Oood running miter In
past tire. Gimh! hoiwc, well mul plenty ot
timber. IIiitiHo I npnrcd for llvu renrs. for
8.VX. Terms. ?ra, KWcnsh mul hnlnnce on
four years time, If desired. Yor further par.
tlculnrs, cull on or address
. auk wriiUAMs.
:"'tf Porn, (ebraskn.
A Great Clause of Human Misery
In tho Lows ot
A l.eetnre on the Nature. Treatment,.
and mdlcnl cure iirHomlnal WcukiittM, or wt
innlnrrliint. liiduriHl by Helf-nbiM. Inviilnnlnrr
hinlasloiis. Iinpotency, Ni-r mis lability, uii.t
TmpKlJmofit to Mi;rrln. licnernlly: (.'ninninn
lion, KpllitKiy ndKllH: Mt.ntnl mid Pliyskiil In.
ca.clly,lo..-Jly tb,.t J. Ctilrcrtvetl, M.
I) nutlinrortne "(ireen Hook," etc.
Tim world-renown eil author. In tills artlulrftblp
I.fCture. clearly proven from liK own nzperlMire,
Hint tlio nwrul connoqutMiocs of Kl-ablls um-r he
etrectiiiilly remnyed wltliout daneerons sbkXiI
operntloim. b iiiKlts, Instruments, rlns. or n.r.
dliils: polntlne out n mode of cnri. nt tiMv-crmifn,
whM UN condition niay b.. nmy muM-Wjoweirprl.
vatvly.ctieaplj nnd rudlciilly.
JOT Ttih lecture wlllprowca.bMeto thonsMiils
Sent under neal, In a ptMn iwHom. to nny nil
rtrnyn. pict.pnbl, iw nml) irlx cents, nr two
""""i" "..-. i.pimto ntno a Mure cure
THE CUL7EIOTEEL MEDICAL CO.,
1 f AnM s,, "-"Vork,.N. Y. l'.O. Ilox. .J5SO.
I7i TLT?Ji lTj'wC-2PrV
'l"" J l''l
Hates Ijo te, Camps S7i ah,
I)nlamn ity Ample.
Connects with all Trains.
.-- JU$ 4 I V-8?'.
CoMonndr, Kxtt-n henry, from !I7 l-!4 ilotrn to U'4 l-!4i
Mnsllus, from 10 itntvii la H cent.
n M H ii u (I it
fjoimdnlr hirudin!, front 10 it own to tl mtta.
Alpltcn from 40 down to 30 rrttta.
ilO ii HH 1.J4
ii ii if" ii ii i4 4. u
On nit Mrrvtcenhlc DrmsUonil from 10 rtorti to 0 cciitm
II II II II M.I II II i H
down to 7 cent.
mi iii imnasaww ia a
W. A. JUDKINS.
y J T JlTTMigain jp
SI. 005 REWARD!
OflcnuF to- nny person tlint Hint will
do rnt grout rungenf work, mul do it as
well .mil easily on any other innclilnc
now in tlie nuirket, as can lio done on
tho IlnvlH Vertical Feed Sowing Mn
chine. Arrnugnniculs lor the rontestt
will ho made with anyone desiring- to.
comiicte for theahovo reward within
n reasonahlo time after written npnll
ration is received
DAVIS SEWISO 3lAeilIXiSC0AUI"Y..
0-.VHit, September 21, m).
Xtunttjfitn 0uuhtt' Xu.U)lttun:
irt,V.:mAl yoi,r r(HlllrHt Wft hnvn oxnmltHNlj
",. ,"";,"""" m'wiiik liinnmiiPrt on n.tiiiriitlon
iu iiiiiiaioiiiir, in order Hint tho premium.
iiiiHiiu ihi iiwiiruen as per roilowli:
jiimiu iy you ;
OkVTlA ltl-'lTTTir.f.A-v ..i.&o......
"This paper will k!vos.iu us ii premium,
for tho busknud nloeM hewln mnctilnn. pro
ilueliiKtlipKreaust and nicest ranKoofworlc
In the nulokost nad easiest mnnner. HnUX
mnohlno to bo on exhlbuiou nt the Htato
fair, nnd premlnwi to be awarded by a com
inlttco eoinposei of liullm holvoti(l for tho
For Sale Iiv THUS. RICHARDS..
StEDS SUREST II
li not kold in your town, you I 1
can Bi't thorn I, v mill A II
!" " P H Jii.tal Ciml to ii.. y Ai
lopi and Pnerei. The Ohlt.tnn,.Z !".. Jl.T".
ErPlff' '" ' 'r" tint "' - i
stoi-tm" at" cove; 11.
Vv Kiinj to tho relinblc- raul well
Rrifiwn DruK .stand of .1. ,t. IkHwlVi;;. ut;
AcnuilmCity, anilbujinK' a 91 hortV
oi Urtm Mountain 'u,li Jiahttm
If. after iirIhK two-thiids, 'you gut no"
relief, return tlio lmlaurn and &t your
inoney l.aek. Seo advert tnomont in
on farm impUnnoiUti by Tom Ulchnnls