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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1896)
TITOS. J. O'KKKDTE, mMUher.
Hawks are very numerous In portions
of tlio state. '-
1!. ,T. Stein of Norfolk is down with
Scrlbncr is-lo have" n cold slorngo
Tault for beer. ,
North Tlatto is agitating the school
bond cnicstioni -"- - ''
Township organization failed to carry
in Ccdnr county.
Tho new Swedish church at Valley
was dedicated Sunday.
Tho Niobrara river at Newcastle is
completely frozen over.
Matte Center has a man who takts.a
bath in ico water twice" a week.
Half a foot of snow has fallen in
Manner county and sleighing is Miner b.
Miss Ruth Dingee of Elwood died re
cently at tho advanced nga of eighty
six. V. N. Kirkpatrick of Harrison shot a
deer tho other day that weighed HO
Mrs. Henry Springer of Mindcn fell
down cellar and walked up with a
Buffalo county people begin to think
that township organization is needless
Heury Storch of Nauco county got
tangled up in a rnnawny and broke his
leg in two places.
Tho depot .at Tokamah was lately
broken into byburglars, who (secured
S8, all in pennies. ?
A Raymond farmer has purchnsed
15,000 sheep and will market ills com iu
iu tho shape of mutton.
Phillip Kino of l)oigc county has un
dertaken to fatten" 6,000 head of sheep
for tho eastern markets
Milo Terry' of Norfolk was'hlckcd in
the faco by an ugly horso and narrow
ly escaped futul injuries.
A lot of young folks in Tckamali arc
taking adrantago of tho present dull
times to have the measles.
Tho county commissioners of the
statu will meet in annual convention
in Lincoln on December 8.
Some of jtho farmers havo thoir corn
out and tho Vest are working lively (6
llnish before winter comes
The now ballast deposited along tho
Union l'aciflc track U-SrWSp'pcd all bi
cycle riding on that railroad.
Ed Seifcrt, living near Lexington,
lost ills house and contents by lire. A
defective iluc was the caubc.
YV. L. Hilyavd of Wnhoo stepped on
tho wrong undot u rusty nail; and hu
walks with tho aid of a crutch.
Four young bucks escaped from tho
Indian school at (icnoa and got us far
an Wnync before being captured (
J C. Itrqwn, ,nii aged resident of
Wayne county, husked and cribbed
seventy bushelH of corn in ono day re
cently. Charles Dinger of Randolph toyed
with a loaded, pistol. The bull went
through his left hand without breaking
A number of farmers near llayard
failed to harvest their potato crop in
time and the mnrphyfi aro frozen in
Tho now Uooue county court house
at Albion will be lieated by steam. An
Omahu plumberjiirnibhcs the appara
tus for s?36o.
C. L. Urnndt of Silver Creek .died re
cently at the ago of eighty-one. lie
had boon a continuous resident of Hurt
county since 1807.
A sick tramp was, recently gathered
up from the streots of Kearney. Tho
poor fellow had typhoid lover and was
taken to tho hospital,
Attorney Grant Martiu of Fremont
has all kinds of good luck. He was
elected county attorney and father of
a new girl all within a week.
The annual meeting of tho Nebraska
.lerscy cattle breeders association will
be held December 3 at Seward, and a
largo attendance is hoped for.
S. II. Fields of Nebraska City was np
pealed to by u lady iu distressed cir
cumstances for a little fuel He sent
her enough to lust all winter,
"Growler rushing" has become such
u nuisance in North Platte that au or
diuunco will be passed making it a mis
demeanor to buy beer in bucket lots.
N. fl. Herggrenof Wahoo has shipped
two train loads of sheep from New
Mexico, and expects to ship in two
more if ho can get "prices to suit lilm.
Two brothers named Epley, living in
.lohusou county, claim to be thc,chuuit
pton buskers of the sla'tc. Each is able
to husk and crib 120 bushels per day.
LHrge numbers of cattle arc dying
from cuting corn stalks. Over 100
hides have been marketed from cat-'
tie that have died in the vicinity of
Cheyenne county ranchmen havo Bold
jver soyenty thousand dollars' worth
of cattle since the 1st of July, and Wy
oming rustlers have stolen the usual
Tenant farmers of Thurston county
are tired of paying cash rent and have
organized to induce tho landlords to
accept a share of the crop in lieu of the
Peter Bovec, a, Madison county far
mer, ordered a hunter off his premises,
but tho man added insult to injury by
beating tho farmer over the head with
b pair of brass knuckles. He is In jai)
WITH' HAN NAl
MAKES A STRONG DENIAL.
Hns Not Keen lllthrr McKlnlc-"or Jluium
Klnco tho Klcctlon nnil Hit. Hud No
- ... , j
Correspondence) With Them
Wtwlil Nut Siiy Anything
About He-i;lictlon to
Wabiiinoto-W Nov. .10. Senator Sher
man of Ohio made a Hut nnd emphatic
denial of tho reports concerning adqal
between himself nnd Mr. Mark Hanna
as to the Ohio sonatorshlp and a cabi
net position under McKinlcy. Ho de
clared that tho stories alleging an
agreement whereby ho (Sherman)
should go into tho cabinet and Hanna
succeed him in tho Senate were puro
fabrications. Ho had not, ho said,
seen either Mr. MeKlnley or Mr. Hanna
since tho election und had had no cor
respondence with them savo of tho
most ordinary character, cliiclly for
warding applications for ofllco made
through him. There had been no ar
rangements for conferences of any
kind ns to ofllcc.
As to whothcr ho would be n ciindt
duto for rc-electlo-t to tho Senate, Mr.
Sherman said lie had not thought any
thing about it and therefore would
not answer any questions on tho sub
ject. Ho paid n warm tribute to Mr.
Hanna, who, ho said, was a strong
friend of his and a man of attainments
TO RELIEVE DISTRESS.
Ititllrond Hunnlnfi to I.oulnlxun Will
(Irnut Special Itntrs on Corn.
r St. Loyis, Mo., Nov. ?0. Tho com
mittee of merchants who cutno here
from Louisiana to secure a special
freight rate on corn for tho fnnilno
stricken district of thatstnto will leave
for home to-night.
Chairman Millsap is highly gratiiled
with the result of tho committee's
mission. "In a certain sense," lie
said, "wo got more than wo asked for.
Tho rates promised us by tho railroads
aro oven lower than wo hoped to ob
tain. Tho lissourl Puciilc.Iron Moun
tain nnd Cotton licit lines havo niado
us a very low rate. The Illinois Cen
tral people treated us as generously as
thoso previously seen promising a
handsome reduction in tho rate. We
will seo tho Anchor lino people after
we get homo and J have no doubt wo
will get a special rlvor rate, After wo
ronort to Governor Foster ho will nn-
point a special commit too to buy tho
corn. Outsldo uld will not be asked.
The t ii to can and will caro.for its
NO CONEY ISLAND FIGHT.
Tho Well Knntrii l'rrnclicr Startle New
Nr.w YortK, Nov. '30. "I do not know
how many unfaithful husbands or
wives there aro in this community, but
1 should calculate that there might be
well on toward a quarter-of n million.
The lovo bctwccnJhusband nnd wife k
kept truo In some cases by the possess
ion of children, but I have learned
enough to know that in the case of any
couple that might present themselves
before mo to get married I would ndt
nt any rate of premium issue nn insur
ance policy on their conjugal fidelity,
good lor mora than Jlvo years, unless
on the contingency of offspring or on
thc basis of their common faith in
This statement, made by Dr. Pnrk
hurst in the courso of his Thanksgiv
ing sermon, lias created a profound
sensation ife tho metropolis, and, in
connection with other portions of the
sermon, is believed to be the forerun
ner of another Pnrkhurstlan crusade.
Dr. Purkhurst assailed women bar
gain hunters as bloodsuckers and mur
deresses, und declared that a woman
who will ransack tho stores and pick
up an article marvellously cheap,
knowing it, as she must, to bo tho
product of somo poor girl in n sickly
buck alley, cannot escape guilt by
joining a relief or rcscuo society and
packing oil tho unavailable portions
of her wardrobe for distribution
among these girls. Ho paid his re
spects also to the magnates of tho
Coal Trust, stigmatizing these phil
anthropic gentlemen ns enemies of the
human raco und possessed "of tho de
mon of theft and murder."
Dr. Porkhurst included all trusts in
Hcing interviewed to-day regarding
his statement that a quarter of a mil
lion husbands and wives In New York
aro unfaithful, Dr. I'urkhurst said:
"When I siiv a ciuurtcr of a million.
it is a round sum that comes very close
to tue real ugurcs.
"I have figured it from my own ex
perience. Hcing ono of the National
Christian League for tho Promotion of
Social Purity, I liavc had ample oppor
tunity to make a careful study."
You state in the sermon that tlicro
can bo no lovo without religion, do you
''No, I do not say that. I say that I'
would not issue a policy for moVc than
live years on tho conjugal fidelity of a
couple who had no children and did
not bellcvo In a common Father in
"Almost ovcry person who has come
to me here in my stud' and told me of
conjugal infidelity bus told mo that
they wore childless. There were only
ono or two exceptions. Children arc n
binding tie. You will always find that
when a couple have children and be
lieve in a common Father in Heaven
martial faithfulness exists.
Ml know tho figure mentioned is an
alarming one, but I arrived at it care
fully." "'" '
DIGGING FOR TREASURE.
Searching for 830,000 Btippoied to Hat
Ileen Hidden by Hinge Itohlter.
St. .TosF.rif, Mo., Nov. "SO. About
thirty-five years ago a stago was robbed
at Hclmont, and the robbers buried the
83.r,000 in gold they took from it on the
highest peak of'tho bluffs northwest of
tlio city. That is tho legion that has
been handed down since that time, and
n'grcat many people bcllovo it. .Tohn
Krainbcuhl, n grocer at Water
and Pauline streets, bcllovcB that
thero is plenty of gold buried on
tho hills, und ho has been searching
for it. Three months ago ho hired a
number of men and set them to work
on the hills. They havo excavated in
several places and the trees near the
summit havo been taken out by the
roots. Somo of tho excavations aro
thirty feet deep und forty or fifty feet
across tho top. A great trench has
been dug in one place and tho ground
lias been torn up nil over tho highest
penk. Krainbcuhl says he did not find
nny money, but neighbors say he did
and that ho has tho wholo trcasuro in
Ono Six l'enrg' Term l'uvorotl.
Boston, Nov. "0. General Russell A.
Alger and Colonel O. H. Hopkins of
Michigan were guests nt the annual
meeting and banquet of tho Massachu
setts board of trade yesterday after
noon. A communication was read
from the Trades league of Philadel
phia, advocating an amendment to the
constitution of tho United States,
making a president ineligible to re
election and extending his term of
office to six years. It was referred to
tho executive committee.
Tho December Atlantic Monthly.
The December number of tho Atlan
tic Monthly opons with a very clear
study of tho most important social
problem that confronts us "Social
Classes iu tho Republic," by Mr. K. L.
Godkin, of New York, who points out
tho necessary existence of the different
classes, nnd tho unnecessary distinc
tions that aro based upon such differ
ences. He discusses tho proposed reme
dies for inequalities. Prof. 11. L Gil
dcrslccvc, of the John Hopkins Univer
sity, writes an article, partly reminis
cent and partly prophetic, on "Classi
cal studies in tho United States," in
which lie shows the difference in tho
spirit and method between studies of
a half OJntury ago and today, both
in Germany and American universities.
Hottest I'liii'B In the World.'
Tho hottest place on tho earth's snr
faco is on the southwestern coast of
Persia, on tho border of tho Persian i
gulf. For forty consecutive days in I
July nnd August tho mercury has been
known to stand above 100 degrees in I
the shade, night and day, anil to run
up as high as 1.10 in the middle of the
afternoon. At Bahrein, in tho center
of tho most torrid belt, us though it
was nature's intention to make tho
place as unbearable as possible, water
from wells is something unknown,
great shafts huvb been sunk to a deptli
of from 100 to ."iOO feet, but always with
the samo result no water.
An Appenl for AsuUtnncr.
Tlio man whols charitable to himself wIP
listen to tho mute, appeal for assistance
iiMdouyhlsstoniarh.orhlslUor.ln tho shape
of dhors dvspepllc qualms and uneasy sen
sations In tho regions of tho ulands thtitso
cretcs his bile. Hosteller' Stoninch Hitters
my dear sir, or madam-as I he case may be
Is what von tcnulte. Hasten to uso If ou
nre troubled with lirurtmirn, wmu in inn
stomach, or note that your Miln or tl
whites of your oyes aro taking a sutlow hue
Siinir Old Scheme.
Helen So ho has proposed at last!
How did it happen?
Maudo I told him I was going to bo
llolen Why, Maude! ,
Maudo Yes, and it aroused him In
stantly. Ho actually raved. And so
I took pity on him and wo aro en
gaged. Helen But von told ltim a fib.
Maude Not at nil. When I Bald I
was going to bo married I meant him.
Merchants Hole!, Omaha,
COttNUU riKTUKNTH .VXD FAIIXAM BTS.
Strcot cars pass tho door to and from
both depots; iu business center of city.
Headquarters for state and local trade.
Rates $) and 83 per day.
PAXTON & DAVENPORT, Prop's.
Tho Milling J'liftftlnn.
Tlio choir was schrccchiug out tho
"Wo choose the better part," und
lengthened it out in this way.
"We choose tho bet-bct-bet " when
suddenly a sleepy campaign enthusiast
startled the congregation by crying
"lb-yon or McKinlcy? Put up or
ro cciti: a coli) in oni: day.
Tnko Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refund tho money If It falls tocure.'JSo
UlHtrlet Attorney lluckui Vetoes
Nkw Y'ouk, Nov. 30. Wurren Lewis,
president of tlio Greater Now York
Athletic club, who has been arranging
lor a light between Corbett and Fitz
simtnons at Coney Island, called
on District Attorney 'Backus to
day to secure a -ieriult. Backus
refused to grunt it" und suid'thathc
would not allow tho fight to take place,
as ho understood it was to be a prize
fight and not n contest for points, and
ho added that if an attempt was made
to bring tlio men together in a ring
they would bo nrrested.
Lewis directed the district attorney's
attention to the lights that .took placo
at tho Broadway Athletic club, to
which Backus replied: "It makes no
difference to mo what they do in New
York. I wont allow tho law to bo
violated in Kings county."
Tho Kfttnto of tho former 'Wcultliy Kim
huh Divided Among Many.
Foiit Scott, Kau., Nov. 30. Tlio will
of tho Into Colonel Calvin Huntington,
who died recently in Rochester, N.
Y., and who was long reputed to bo
tlio wealthiest man in this city, was
filed in tho probate court here to-day
by Eugene F. Ware of Topckn, whoso
wifo was a nicco of tlio deceased and
one of tlio heirs. It bequeaths a largo
estate of real and personal property in
this city and county, in Boone county,
-111., and Rochester, N. Y., to heirs in
tills city, Topeku, Morula, Illinois,
Rochester and Massachusetts. Much
of tho cstuto was deeded to heirs be
fore tlio demise of tho testator. Mr.
Ware, Ward Huntington of Hlatts
vllle, Kan., a nephew, und Enloo
Huntington of Florida, another
nephew, aro appointed executors with
out bond. Tho First Buptist church
of this city is a beneficiary to tho
amount of S."00. Tho estate was orig
inally valued at 8300,000.
Fifty Degrees Full In h Minute.
Sioux Citv, Iowa, Nov. 20. W. H.
Weed, in charge of tlio government
river improvements at Great Falls,
Mont., in a letter to Captain Sanford
of tho government's engineer office in
tills city, says that Saturday, Novem
ber 14, the wind shifted to tlio north
and tlio temperature fell from CO do
grccs to 10 degrees in less than a
Hcrvlu'N King's Latent Match.
London, Nov. 20. According to a
special dispatcli from Vienna there is a
persistent rumor there that the king
of Servia is to marry Princess Alex
andra, third daughter of tho Duke of
Saxc-Coburg and Gotho, nnd grand
daughter of Queen Victoria. King
Alexander was born in 1870 and Prin
cess Alexandra in 1878.
lawn l'atent Ofllco lleport.
A correspondent at Bristow, Iowa,
isks: "Can nn improvement bo pat
ented without tho consent of tho own
er of tlio patent?" We answer, yes.
improvements aro always in order and
sometimes more valuable than tho or
iginals. And ono at Lorimer asks, "is
a patent taxable?" Wo answer, yes, in
somo foreign countries, but not in
the United States.
Patents havo been allowed, but not
yet issued, as follows:
To C. G Calhoun, of Windsor, Mo.,
for an automatic brake for wagons; to
L. Avery, of Montcur, Iowa, (recently
deceased) for a hay-rake and loader: to
Win. Morlo3, of Fontanellc, for a band
cutter and feeder; to J, A. Drake, of
llrooklyn, for on anti-friction stock
wntcrcr; to W. J. Bcnning, of Boone,
for a current motor; to A. T. Dowdcn
of Prnrlo t ity, (2) for a potato cutter
and a sprocket chain especially adapt
ed for his potato harvester.
Valuable information about' obtain
ing, valuing and selling patents scut
frco to any address.
Printed copies of tho drawings and
specifications of any U. S. Patent sent
upon receipt of .:. cents.
Our practice is not confined to Iowa.
Inventors in other states can havo our
services upon tho samo terms as Hawk
eyes. Thomas G. & J. Rammi Onwia,
Solicitors of Patents.
Dcs Moines. Iowa. Nov. 20, 1800.
I.IVK STOCK AND l'ltODUUK MAKKIttS
C'onstiiutluaplo's Great I'lrc.
In 1S01 a largo part of Constantinople
was destroyed by fire, 12,000 dwellings
besides warehouses anil other struc
tures, going down before tho lianics.
Tho value of all property destroyed on
this occasion could not bo estimated,
but was not so great as would have
been by a fire of llko proportions in
other cities, tlio greater part of tho
dwellings and shops iu that city being
lliinsy wooden structures.
In the Christinas Century thero will
bo hitherto unniiblishcd pictures by
Meissonicr, Dotaille, Geromc, Mun
kacsy, Menzcl, Seymour Haden, Do-j
miiigo, Madruzo, tlio Lcloirt, Rico,
Dagnan-Bouveret, Rosa lionhcur, nnd i
other great artists. These were drawn i
or painted in the album of Samuel P.
by Wm. A. Collin, entitled "Souvenirs ciaandrheuinatL.ni,
of a Veteran Collector."
f lie "I wonder what the meaning of
that picture is? The youth and "tlio
maiden arc in a tender attitude."
She "Oil, don't you sec? Ho has
just asked her to marry him, and she is
lie All! how appropriate the title."
She "Why, that card at tho bottom
says Sold.'" Tid Bits.
Dr. Kay'3 Lung Balm is the snfest.sur
cst and plcusantest cure for all coughs.
McCluro's Magazine for December
will contain an account of Nanscn's
hard adventures in getting 10." miles
nearer the North Pole than nny other
man. It will be written by Cyrus ('.
Adams of the New York Sun, one of
the best geographical authorities iu
tho country; and it will be. illustrated
with portraits of Nansen and his asso
ciates, lews of his ship -within and
without, and oilier pictures.
Is Hood's RarsnpariUa. bccau it cures tlio
hoverest cases of m rolulii, raic riuuini. nynpei-
If you aro a tuffcrcr try
tate, easy I o operate. s!5c
Oicr Sltt.liOO Ilchlml Iu 111 Accounts
tho Deficit Already Mndo (lood.
Washington, Nov. 30. A ehungo in
the postmastorship of Memphis, Tenn.,
will bu mndo In a few days, though
tho new appointee has not yet been
selected. This is tho result of u short'
ngo of over 12,200 found in Postmustcr
Armour's iiccounts. The shortage has
lx-en made good by Armour's eleven
Window (IIhm Trust Colluic.
' ANi)KitH"N, hid., Nov. 30. Tlio Win
dow Glass Manufacturers' association,
a combination of Lnstern und Western
manufauturcrs, bus gone to pieces.
The starting of plants in Gas City,
Pendleton, Alexandria nud Elwood, in
violation of tho resolution to hold off
till December 1 1, is tho immedinto
cause of the break. One of tlio promi
nent members'stuted that tho failure
of tho nssociatlon to hold together
meant a loss of $2,000,000 to the manufacturers.
Three llcarno Ciuo Lawyers Demi.
Mkxico, Mo., Nov. 30. Three of tho
lawyers who figured in tho celebrated
Dr. Hcarno murder case, tried at
Bowling Green, aro now deud. They
aro Hon. It. J'. Giles, congressman
elect, who died last week at Shelbiua;
Attorney E. B. Hicks of Louisiana, an!
NatC. Dryden of St. Louis. Them
were fourteen lawyers in tho case, ami
not the fatul number "13."
Quotntlons I'rnm Now Yorlc, Chicago, St
I.onW, Ouuiliii und ICliewhoro.
llultcr Creamery soparator.. 15
Huttor (."holco fancy country it
Kggs I'rosh if
l'rnlrlc chickens, por doz ft f.O
Quail, per doz 1M
ltcd head und Mallard Ducks, a U0
ripriiiK Chickens dressed...
Job for Frank Joined.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 20. Frank
James, brother of Jesse James, tho
notorious train robber and ex-member
of tho .lumes gang of outlaws, is an
aspirant for tho honors of a St. Louis
police coinuilssloncrship, nud Chief
llarrigan will bo his friend in the race.
Tho ex-outlaw declares himself a candidate.
llccho and Ducks K
Lemons-Cholco Mess In as (M
llunoy - I-ancy White 11
OnlonH, per hu ILI
Sweet l'oliitocs pur hbl ., 2 00
Oranges I'er box 4 00
Hay Upland, per ton 4 SO
Apples -l'orbbl IH)
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A 1 15)
To Strengthen Your Uycs.
A simple and excellent plan to
strengthen and preserve your eyes is to
follow this rule: livery morning pour
somo cold water into a bowl, at the
bottom of the bowl nlnce a silver coin
or some other bright object and then ThoBt- lnfact tlio Ono Tniojliood Partner.
nut. vnnr faco in tho water with vour Hl F:3I-. cino I.!cr Ills; cay to
.1 . ,. .1 .. ...la. .. '.f.H.y A .J
eyes open aim uiuvu yuui- ueuu jicuiij -,,-.r.---
from side to side, litis will make tho
eyes brighter and stronger.
Where She Should Hum Keen. '
"Yes," said .loucs, after an argu- '
ment with his wife, "I've always said
a woman's sphcro is her home. Now, I
if you had been at home today, Instead j
of gadding about the streets, you i
would not have s-ecn me coming from
the matinee, and you would therefore
have been very much happier nt the !
present raoinert." -Harper's l!as:ar.
rhino In Darkott Africa.
An African tribo lias an instrument
something like our piano. It bus a koy- j
board and when tho keys aro pressed I
down and released they cause thin
pieces of wood to vibrate and give forth
sounds. The xylophone exists in en-,
tirety in sonic parts of Africa, hollow
gourds placed under each strip of wood
accentuating the sounds. i
Much In u Nuine.
W'liat's in a name? Everything. You
can't begin to think how much better
Snawloy feels, who used to be only
"night watchman" at a swimming
i-chool, since somebody called him
"night commander of the bath."
K cry Thursday inoriilnp.a
touiUl slocnlnz car for Ueu
vi r.J-.tlt ..akuniy.Pau I'rati-
l'l10,tl!ltl .(,. llKOlun lull VOS
Oinulia -nut Lincoln via tho
It Is curpptoil, upholstered
lu rattan ha- spring seats
and bucks and Is niovldud
with ('attains, bcddlns. fo-ulsM-.ip,Glc
oCMir-iliiu conductor and a
uniformed I ullmait porter
accompany it tliioiijjli to tho
While neither us open
Hlcly finished nor ns lluo to
iooi. :ii as a piiincusieopor.ii
Is lust as cuod to rldo In. Sec
ond class tickets aro honored
nnd tho pi Ice of a herlh.uldo
enough nud IiIk enough for
two, Is only $".
Tor a fulder clvluc full
particular., write to
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Knropeun Kxportrr Feeling llcttt-r.
Lbxhos', Nov. 30. tfa result of the
gold standard victory lu the elections
in tho United States, British manufac
turers, exporters and commission
houses report greatly increased activity
und till expect improved trade in 1K07.
Reports from Paris, Berlin and other
continental trade centers with Ameri
can connections aro of a similar tenor.
Mexican Uoundary YVork Completed.
Washington, Nov, '0. Colonel J. W.
Rarlow, corps of engineers, United
States army, to-day submitted to Sec-,
rotary Olney the final report of tlio
international boundary commission,
organized under tho treaty between
the United States und Mexico, for tho
purpose of surveying and remarking
tho boundary betweeu the two coun
tries west of the Rio Grande. The re
port shows the complcto marking by a
series of stone and iron monuments of
the entire divisional lino from the Rio
Uruude to the Pacific ocean.
Memorial to Kuseno Field.
St. Joski'H. Mo.. Nov. 20, City Li
brurhiu Purd II. Wright is at the head
of a party which will erect a monu
ment to tho memory of Eugene Field
in "Lovers' Lane," in tho eastern su
burbs of this city, which formed tho
subject for ono of Field's popular
4, Football Player's Leu ltrokeu.
St. JosKt'H, Mo., Nov. 30. The St.
Joseph high bchool football club
played a game nt Mnryvillo with the
Maryvilie high school team, ear tho
close of tho irame, Orio Howell, of tho
St. Joseph team was thrown and his
leg broken. Youug Howell is about 16
yeurs of age and is u son of Dr. Thomas
ltruiil Does Hat Favor lteclproelty.
Washington, Nov. 3 0 Tho renewal
of the reciprocity policy of tho McKin
lcy law will not bo accepted by the
Brazilian republic. ThU is the infor
mation which reaches Secretary Olney
from those who are iu tho secrets of
Brazilian government, and watch pub
lic opinion In tho republic.
No Vlttthurx Strike at Present.
PinsucuG, Ta., Nov. 30. Tho meet
intr of the Consolidated Traction em
ployes to discuss the advisability of
Striking adjourned about 3;S0 o'clock
thig njornfng after deciding to post
pone action until the return of Presi
J dent Mugec from the West.
Iloirs- l.luht illxed.
Iloifs lloavy Weights
Milkers and springers
Stockcrs and Fcedors
Corn 1'or bu
Uats-1'or bu 18
Tork , 0 01
Lard , .1(1.1
Cattle Prime steers. 4 20
lloss Medium mixed a 21
Micop I.ninbs a 2.1
Wheat No. 1, hard Sri
Corn Na 2, 1'J
Outs No. 2 -
I'ork 8 21
bard- ..,.. ..:. 4 15
Wheat Na 2 red, cash..,,.,.,. H7
Corn Per nn ;
Onts Per tin
Hogs Mixed packing ..,,
Cuttlo Natlvo fclilp'n' latcois
Wheat Na 2hard 7a
Corn Na2. ibV
OMh Na2 17H
vonie niocKcrsunu iccuors.. - a
Mcis-Mlxed.. , a 0
thoep l.amlw a 00
fcheop Muttons 3 10
Official Vote of Texas.
Austin, Texas, Nov, "C. The otlicial
vote of this state show s: For McKinly
Tho best fruit section lu tho West. No
drouths A failure) of crops never known.
MUd climate. Productive soik Abundance of
Bood pure water,
l-'or Maps und Circulars irhliiR full descrip
tion of the Khli Mineral, Fruit and Agricultu
ral Lands In houth West Missouri, wrlto to
JOHN M. I'PKDV. Man.iscr of tho Missouri
Land ami Ltc Mock Company, Neosho, Now
ton Co., Missouri.
10 OZ. tO X 11). r"IJ- flU'rtrruri.B. lm;l tk
U , , .r.l Hrjtlf. M.ri. Hi Lwr.1 prfftf.
tant mrfl ""'' i)'iiui"'"ii'jAi.i,(..c
Oi OlCtllUClltl ilml, lln; nflliF HiaurarlitrTri.
lludrediolgpecuitl.i ('! thtn vlioleiileprlco rli:
Ml.f iflil., Klf,,!,., Hi-ecu., I1.au, I Mt Mill.,
larrlar... larl., lit?,!". ll.rn-., !,, fob JUIII.,
Illrrl'rr...s '.frewf, Irit.l., AaUlt, lla) Imirr.,
I'm, Sl.nl., h.-rf JIIII-, Moirt, Drills lluil I'lao,,
Uar.KnH.ra, I n3 311 t, I ars lAll.., Uiaiplarl.
larn Hirll.n, ll.mllatls lalaffc, Tual. Ulrr Ira.,
la.nl. (Mill,. (ran llirs llnlKrt, Ual.hM, I l.ll.l.jif.
IIJ, rilarl, ll.i.l.r, ICallraif, I'lalfonn .ndlvaul.r Mill.S.
frnilf.rrm.lal.l.?uaa Mf Imh. la St,v Va..
IS1 S Jtt.rna bt. CHICAGO 6CAI E CO . Chlciax,, III.
ENSIONS, PATENTS, CLAIMS.
'JOHN W. MORRIS, WASHINGTON. D.C,
jtia jrrincipai i.miccr u. a.
3 ) iu lu lt war, 1 j uiiyi ,
ai.nj tlaiu, fcih hi it
a oo a : s
- & i 21
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(ft J 4(1
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RflRT PURVIS ."v. .is'" . Ih..:.rni,.u..,:
i .... . . .. . .. i'ii. i ii la. ah fiat-, aiiii.vii...-
f lJrt-i-n f -xVvi -. - Commlialun 1 i iiinliili'illili Ilic MHUHntllii-
I Tm( 1I1P ,1 II llr'S chant. Oiiutni. tr.iclcjruiiMiiui'iill) eancililaln
1UU11v.JiJ VJVllltl UAM'i:i)! Hit' tiluhi-Ktlr(-'x. Am pruinil
With n liottpi- iinilpff.fniiil!niT of lhn llutnr. I iur, I'mii In mukliiK return, wiilrofl'iu;
ltn a oeuci unueisiaiHiing oi ino lTy (,., v val hP ,,, r,.rcct., AiiyUuk
transient nature of the many pliys- nitt 1 1. m um mt. .
ical ills, which vanisli before proper ef- a ""wiT HT7n . n. ,
S?SgSSr$2!Kdbfc OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS
tlio knowledge, thut so many forms of " KtvtUt fr aj. iiaii ar i.,. n.d,
sickness arc not duo to uny uctual dis- ao ou" '".. ojiaiia,
ease, but simply to n constipated condi
tion of the system, which tho pleasant '
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only '
remedy with millionsof families, and is i
everywhere esteemed so highly by all I
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects arc duo to tho fact, that It is the
ono remeoy which pruiiioivi. luivmui i TjnnnTT nnnmnnn k
cleanliness without debilitating the j ff RESIT flYSTRRS
oro-nns on which it acts. M is therefore I l lliJU" U IU 1 UlllJ t,
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only nnd sold by
nil reputable druggists.
If in tho eniovment of (rood health.
and tho system is regular, laxatives or ' When
other remedies arc then not needed. If J
mulcted wit n any actual uibenfce, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of n laxative.
one should have the best, and with tho
XJfa UWSlHCn.ill3l(llil!OI)jlfc ftal'CTtlll
KIiib Cole Anlt M-
niipol)- outer lloii'O
i'iiin. m u
for couslia, cold",
and throat, dlscato
Dr, Kay's Lung Balm
DCn UJETTISin CUBED OR NO PAY. Mrs.B.
W. N. IT.
M. H0WAN. MilmauWee, Wis.
writing to advertisers,
mention this paper.
und Hobart, 1CC.282, Itryun and Scwull, well-informed everywhere, byrup of
ni -n lirvnn nml Wutsoii 7'i "V" I '' gs stands highest and is most lurgcly
.pi ,o, iran ana miusoii, ..i,.j-, UbeaUndgivesrnostccneralsatii,factIon
l'ulmer nnd Uuckncr, 4.010; Levering -""""fa'"-"" " Kto-wnnomnwaw"
yJ llrat Couh 8jrup. l-astes tlooJ. UEORl
and Jolinson, 4,351. Total, 5t8,08.
Hrvan's pluralltj', 12I.U88. lncrcaso
of total vote, over 100,000.
Denver Millionaire Demi.
Dkkvku, Cow., Nov. V0. Edward
Eddy, of this city, multi-millionaire.
an.d one of tho best known mining ex
perts in the wor.il, died lusF nlglit of
luieiiiuouiu, aged 7 ji'a
and vnii'lt find ruA fmm n,,I(1ir 4 ,.,.(., U CrTtTnC -,A CM'QV.
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