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Tlu senate hating mulched up the
hill has now .started lo mutch down.
After frightening Picsident Cleveland
and Secretary Olncy in tin belief that
the arbitration treaty was to bo hung
up if not aetually rejoetetl, the senate
oouunitteu nu foreign relations has
ntaile a favorable, repot t on tlio treaty
and nmentled it to meet the objections,
and in due time the tteaty will be
ratilk'd,and there Is no reason to sup
pose that England will i also any ob
jection to the amendments. Although
members of the committee have
publicly said that they would not be
hut tied by public clamor, there isn't
the slightest doubt that they havu been
bullied by the great ptessuro of public
opinion in favot of prompt run I favor
able action ou the treaty, which has
been brought lo bent upon them. It Is
very well for senators to talk almtt de
fying public opinion, but as a matter
of fact, few of them over do.
Speaker Heed is still inexorable on
the public biiilding'qucstion, and the,
men ho want the public building
bills acted upon, although thuy are
numesous enough to override the
speaker of the house, are apparently
afraid to openly rebel.
Another treaty with Great Britain
has beau sent to the senate. It pro
vides for a settlement of the long dis
pute over ii portion of the boundary
liue between Alaska and the British
possessions, and nlready the queatiou
is being asked, why the whalo Alaskan
boundary was dot included ? Perhaps
Secretary Olney will answer this ques
tion when the sonate commit ten ou
foreign relations gK ready to take up
the new treaty. It in quite certain
that he will be asked to do so.
Upeuly iiouo of the republicans in
congress havo anything but words of
praise for tho selection of Mr. Lyman
J. Gage lo be secretary of tho treasury
in the McKiulcy cabinet, but among
themselves, tho.se who think that no
man should be honored who cannot
stand tlit test of pally fealty, do not
hesitate to say that the selection of Mr.
(Sage was bad polities ou tho part of
Maj McKiuley. They ! notdeny Mr.
Gage's illness f i om astiictly business
point of view lo administer theulfnirs
of the treasury department, but they
think that the same tariff opinions
which caused Mr. (Jage to vote (or
Cleveland, will influence him when he
conies to administer the tariff law
which the republicans expect lo put
upou the statute books at the coming
extra session of congress, and that the
result will net be satisfactory to those
who believe in protection before
everything else in tariff matters. The
men who believe in silver as well as
those who hope te see the linanclal
question bandied conservatively by the
coming administration, regard the
selection of Mr. Gage with some sus
picion, and sonio of them do not hesi
tate to say that although Mr. Gage
lives in Chicago, his connection with
Wall street is as close as that of any
New York banker.
Senator Allen has introduced a bill
which would unquestionably make a
gooa and useful law, if properly en
forced, but which wouldn't havo one
chance in a thousand, even if tltcro
were a year instead of a month reuiaiu
lug of the present session of congiess
The title of the bill is "Te Prevent the
Over Capitalization of Corporations,"
and it provides that all ititei state rail
road, steamboat and telegraph com
panies shall Hie a correct schedule of
their assets with tho commissioners of
railreads, together with written evi
dence to shew that their capital stock
dees not exceed tho actual value of
Representative Watson, of Ohio, has
introduced a bill providing for u new
member of the cabinet, a secretary of
labor. Ills not a now Idea, nor will it
become a law just yet, although it
probably will some day.
Tint U. S. siipiemo court will now
havo a go at tho case of the 'J'lueo
Friends, onu of tho alleged Cuban lilli
blistering vessels, the attorney general
hn nig at the instance of the spcrotiiry
of t i , applied for n writ of cnrtin u i
in every lis HiiffllHli got
foiu tlio Mipicmu com
latter ollhial i-n't satiMtod with tin
I tiling of Judge l.oeke, of the soiuhoi u
illMrioL. of Flotilla, in piwcccdings
brought against the vessel.
The limit popular member of MoKlu
ley's cabinet yet named, Is (Jen. A.Al
ger, of Michigan, who Is to beseoietaiy
of war. When Senator Sherman was
elected as secretary of state, it was
supposed that Gen. Alger would no
longer becoiisldeied as a cabinet possi
bility because it was known that the
two tniiii had not been on filendly
terms since the publication of Sherman's
book, but it seems that they havo
agreed to lot bygones be bygones, and
to bo friends. At any rate they aio
to servo in tlio cabinet togethot. (Jen.
Alger Is peisoually one of tho most
gonial and approachable men to bo
found in a day's search, and his e
porioneo ought to make him a good
Cure nil lUcr UN, lilllmii.
liuss, lic.iil.irlio, sour Mum
neli. Indigestion, conitli:i
linn. They net iimlly. with.
imt pain or nrl Sold liy nil OrupKliti. 2 ccnti.
Tlio only l'llli lo tiilto Willi llood'i y.irniirllta.
The backbone of winter Is broken
but plenty of Ice has been stacked for
Mr. A. Jones of Franklin, a property
owner iu this city, was doing business
hero Inst Satin day.
Two notable weddings iu high soci
ety are to be pulled oil' next mouth at
Inavale, so it is stated.
Cern Is eti the way to market in ini
nieuse quantities now, tho cold dry
weather having fixed it for shipping.
The Inavale cheese factory finished
putting up one thousand tons of pure
hard IcV.for use this summer, last
Chits. Hunter is building cribs for
20,009 bushels more of ear corn. He
expects to soil it out next fall for ftiicts
Dr. Ot Pope, a traveling man from
Red Cloud, was u pleasant caller iu our
city last week. Ho is selling call
weanors for bicycles.
Mr. Charley Sepew Miller is putting
his summer cottage in town in repair
and will move down again soon and
take tho Hreniaiiship of the cheese
Col. V. N. Ilichardson and Elmer
Simons have dissolved pailnership iu
tho ranch business. Mr. Richardson
will retain tho ranch while Elmer will
take span of mules and tho read.
Mr. Prontlss, and family, foimerly
residents of this community but now
of Denver, are billed to return te their
large ranch south of tewu about the
first ef Match, where they expect to
settle a down to peacoful farm life
Mrs. Dr. Wilklus of Oskaloosa, lew,
is visiting with her daughter Mis.
Walter. Her stay is rather iudeliuite,
she beitig wholly guided by oircum
cutnitances. During her visit sho will
probably make inquiries into the moral
chaiacter of Gceige Hummell with a
view te taking him lute the family.
Col. Henry Bockner Sinieus has
rented the Vandyko property en Pros
pect Hill, and will make his residence
there the coming year as commander
ef a chicken farm a chicken's heme.
He did not have to bo appointed by
the governor to tho position, conse
quently beget there easily. Ho intends
to appoint Col, Ladd as his adjutant.
Considerable sickness iu tills pint
Little Suda Scrlvuer Is considerable
butter of her throat tioublo.
John Davis has located in Nebraska
for this year near Pleasant Dale.
Diphtheria scale has closed tho Mt.
Hope and Fairvicw school for two
Kild Motintfoid has been real sick
forsmeial dajs iiudei the caioofDr.
Mr. Kdi! Coepcr has been under the
ticatmeut of his family physician, Dr.
Rhodes for uoiiio time though is bolter
at this wilting.
Shelled corn is otTeied ou this crook
at eight cunts per bushl. Mark that
dewn and wo will set up tho cigars if it
is that low tinder Picsidcnl McKiuloy's
Lust week we had mud now itls very
cold weather and roads rough, and
with such a winter us wo are having
wo may cxpict a good crop this year
and better ptie.es under the republican
Tho attention .l hunters is called
to the fact that they should not kill
tho'llttlo Innocent quail that one only
iays for the ammunition but doesn't
beuelil in any other way, but they are
a great help to farmers and those in
terested iu fanning to help destroy the
chintz butts. Over south ef us Tom
Williams killed one that had 1S7 of the
little insects in bis craw. So how
many would one (lock destroy in one
Pour old Kansas only think of it, a
few years ago she was at war with Mis
souri. One tollable old man, and by
the way apieacher, who lived in tho
eastern part of the state, said that Mis
seiiriann'anio over theieand took all
of his stock and drove it off breaking
him up und now he has forgotten it and
votes with them. Yes, Kansas and
Missouri at e now touching elbows in
their demopopooratio views.
Mr. Hartwell. A. B. Wolcott, C.
Olmsted and Mr. Myers are among
Tho ground hug eeiinlnly saw his
John Tislibiiru shelled corn Satur
day. The lagtippo Is visiting tlieso pints.
I WillTMibtirti shelled corn Wrilnes.
Pi ott acted meetings began at North
branch Sunday night. Mr. Bailey Is
Mr. Caster sold a farm foi twe bun
bred dollars and thirty-six head of
horses which were in lown. They
were brought out last week
Miss Clara Cieesr of Manknto has
started to school al tho academy.
Miss AddioTolautl Is spending this
week sowing for Mrs. Arrnnt.s.
Mr A. V. Cliiio is not attonding
school ou account of hauling corn.
Tho writing school at school house
No. 1U8 Is unite a success. Writing
every Tuesday night by W.R. Mitchell.
Ko dleeaae haa puttied the doctors
no completely aa rheunatlam that 4e
plorable condition of the blood which
eo of tea readera the ntrongcat man aa
clpleea an a babe. Their mercurial
and ootaah retnedlea may ia aomi
i -x (.mflortrT relief, but art).
ure to ultimately reatrit In Vrreckhif
Rheumatlam ia a deepMated blood
dleeaae and only a real blood remedy
will have anv enect wnaiever apo
It. Moat of the so-called blood feme
dice are at beat only tonlca and can
not reach an obstinate blood trouble.
One of the moat frequent aytnptomnof
rheumatism la a tingling sensation of
the parts affected, generally brought
about from a lack of free circulation
of the blood through the very amall
blood conductors. This trouble la al
ways eliminated by the use of 8. S. S.;
it thlna the blood, gives It a free and
forcible circulation, destroys the pois
onous microbes and restores the circu
lation to its normal condition.
Mr. Robert H. King, a prominent
and influential citUcn of West Point,
Va., writes of his experience with thla
"About five years agol waa a great
uffercr from rheumatism. I waa
tnated by all the leading pbyalclaan
"I was greatly troubled with weak
nets and backache, but since taking a
few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilta 1
have had no trouble of this kind, 1
recommend Hood's Sarsapatilla to
mothers." Mks. Maiiv Lkwh, Otto,
Hoop's Pills are purely vegetable.
Of Seven Day Adventlsts at Lincoln,
Nebraska, February 8th, to Match 8th,
1897. For abpvo occasion, following
rates and arrangements will i0 plv
Faio and a thiiil on the ceililieato plan
from all points to Lincoln, Neb,, and
lottiin. Curtlltcates issued ou Fob. 7,
15, '2'2 and Mai eh 1, only Will bo
honored for return at tho reduced rate,
under tho usual eeitillcatn plan rules.
these that put up ice last week.
Geo. Cather und Al Watson of
Cathorton were doing business in our
Mr. Olmsted and wife went to Frank
lin Tuesday and came home Wednes
day. Mr. Hunter and Mr. Irons are both
building more crib room to buy corn.
Mr. Geo. Garner has routed Mr.
Pitney's place for the next year.
Mr. Simons and family are going to
move into the old Vandyke property.
Mrs. Ed. Walters' mother, Mis. Mat
kins, ftom Iowa is visiting her.
Mr. Irons got in a cur load of coal
AntoN Stf kiwis.
Cera Newton is working for Will
Mr. Boitghuiau shelled tlio rent corn
Mrs. Thus. Finney was very sick last
week is up and around again.
Geo. Huntington and Cara Nowton
attended church at Ml. Clam last Sun
Mr. Luts:, aceompaicil by Mrs. Iro
land and Mrs J. II. Moarusfiom not ih
of Gutilo Rock, worn iu this viol.iity on
Will Isom Is holding tho fort nt Mr.
Oil's while Will Orr is ubsont in Otoe
Frank Phillips of Guido Rock passed
through this vicinity Monday en-iotite
to Grand Island to visit his hrotluM'
Win James wont up Tuesday to
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t-beeauso tho ?J!&ffi&&
Mm. Robixt H. Kino.
In the state, but without relief. Ia
fact, my sufferings grew wor.e daily,
until I despaired of ever being cured.
"I had been in this wretched condi
tion for many months and was almost
a complete wreck, when I first read the
advertisement of S. S. S. Having tried
a dozen or more 'rheumatic cures' and
blood remedies' with no success, I waa
almost hopeless, but decided to give
your medicine a trial. I did so, and la
a few weeks it hud made a permanent
cure of me. I was soon a well man
and have never had a touch of rheuma
tism to this day. S. S. S. is indeed
a wonderful medicine, and I shall ever
recommend it to all suficrcrs from this
worst of tdood diseases."
S. S. S, htanda out distinctly to it
self as a real blood remedy, and for
half a century hah been curing obsti
nate and deep-seated blood diseases
which other medicines fail to reach.
S. S. S. is not a drug store preparation
and no druggist can offer a substitute
for it. It in guaranteed purely vege
table, and contains not a particle of
potash, mercury, or any other product
of the chcmitit's simp.
S. S. S. never falls to cure Rheuma-
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