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TIIOS. J. O'KKICFrU, raMUher.
Bomo cases of destitution
Krted from Sioux couuty. ,
Tho Falls City croatnery building
Iras completely destroyed by Uro.
Tho citizens of lkntrlco favor ward
reduction in tho interest of reform.
All tho churches of Falrbury hnvo
hnltcd in a series of rovlval meetings.
John C. Kdmondson, a prominent
citizen of Fremont, illf4 last week
North Platto has a bachelor ladles'
club numbering twenty-eight. It re
cently held n banquet, at which tho
bill of faro was sandwiches, coilco and
V. llarton, a farmer living west of
Hay Springs, caught his hand in tho
rum r gear of his wind mill and
imint, I it so badly that atnpulution
II. Fishback, a llentrlco dealer In
poultry, last week received nearly 10,-
000 pounds of rabbits from points in
Kansas. Thcro were about a,000 of
them cotton tails.
Tho doors of tho Standard glass and
paint company, ono of tho largest
wholesalo houses in Lincoln, woro
closed last week by local creditors on
mcjftgagcs aggregating slightly over
1 Forty thousand pounds of twonty-four-inch
iron tubing camo in ovor tho
Uurlington from Columbus, O., says
tho Tribune, for tho Crawford citizens'
ditch, a portion of which is to bo used
at tho dam at tho reservoir.
SVilliam Dacy, one of tho early set
tlors of Hox Ilutto county, becamo
tired of trying to dig a fortuno out of
his farm and went to tho Jllack Hills
to prospect. Ho staked out a claim
last fall and sold It tho other day for
Tho marrlngo record in tho Cass
wounty judgo's ofllco shows 148 licenses
issued in 1801). This is a decrease of
fifteen as compared with 18U5, tho linrd
times probably nirccting tho matrimo
nial market ns much as any other lino
Church sorvices were resumed In Os
ceola last Sunday, and tho bchool has
also commenced. Tho school war
closed for three weeks. It Is thought
tho danger from dlDhthcrla is nassed.
as there aro but a few cases, and they
all of a mild typo.
Tho directors of tho Platto county
fair association, after having advertised
for many inontlui for bids to boII tho
fair grounds and all equipments, held
a meeting last week nnd rovlewed tho
bids. All wero rejected. '1 ho fair will
bo held this year as usu.il.
John O. Kramer of Nobraska City
has brought shit agalnstoo nydcr
Jld his Buroties for S5,000 damages,
tinydcr runs a saloon in Dunbar, where,
on Kept. 11, 1S90, Kramer was beaten
over tho head with a beer bottlo by
Snyder. Ho claims to havo lost his
power of speech, which ho thinks is
Frank Yocum of Ogallala, who shot
and killed James Vun while chnrivnring
a newly mnrrlcd couplo at tho Union
Pacific depot In that place, December
23, 1800, had liin preliminary hearing
and wns bound over to tho district
court under tho churgo of manslaugh
ter. 1Mb trial vill take nlaeo at tho
aoxt term of coart.-
An agent who has mado his head
quarters at JlcCool Junction for a cou
plo of months has succeeded In selling
b largo numbers of pairs of spectacles
to tho farmers, their wives, and oven
tho children and tho hired men. Ho
has convinced nearly everybody that
they need glasses, nnd has taken in
nearly a thousand dollars.
Tho city attorney of Hastings has
decided that tho last election held in
that city for tho purposo of voting
88,000 bonds for water works improve
ment was illegal. His decision was
made on tho grounds that tho legal
publication notico had. only been run
ton days, when it should havo run
thirty days prior to tho election.
J. M. Russel & Son of Wymoro havo
recently leased 1G0 acres of land ono
mllo cast of Lincoln Normal for fif
teen years for orchard purposes. Their
intention is to grow fruit nearer to
railroads, Lincoln being a good distrib
uting point for fruit in car lots or
locally, having favorablo freight rates.
Their peach orchards at Wymoro aro
from four to nine miles east of tho sta
tion. Their crop in '00 was 75,000
baskets, selling nt 50 cents down as
low as 20 cents per basket at wholesale.
j.ney wm plant extensively this
Thomas Cooley, a highly respected
young man, 19 years of age, and tho
only son of S. It. Cooley, was kicked In
the breast by a horse and killed in
stantly. It occurred at thetr homo
adjoining Waverly, The shock to the
parents is extremely great, it being tho
death of the second grown son and ono
uauirnter within tho past fifteen
John Connors of Fort Scott, Kan.,
was in Sioux City en route to Wayne,
Neb., where ho has been negotiating
W,ith Johm T. Lresslor and others of
Fort Scott to erect a beet sugar factory
in tho Nebraska town. It is proposed
to build a factory with a capacity of
200 tons of beet sugar a day. Mr. Con
nors says tho plant will cost about
8150,000 and is confident it will bo
Bessie Montgomery, youngest child
ol.lonn Montgomeryof Ureenwood.died
of membraneous croup. Tho mother
of deceased is said to bo a Christian
science healer. Tho little suilerci
passed away surrounded by a few of
these believers, and no physician was
Tho Clorido (New Mexico) Black
Range brings to W. F. McLaughlin of
Orand Island, the following as a sort
of New Year's greeting: "John Ynple
has completed assessment work on the
Melissa mining claim of W. F. Mc
Laughlin of Grand Island, Neb. Tho
3 'S.A prospon and i showing
VPjn good jhapo.
JUDGE M'KENNA OF CALI
FORNIA AT CANTON,
HE TRAVELED FIVE DAYS.
Decidedly Non-Coininlttnl ni to tlio Pur
pose of llli Vlilt Quay nnil Ten
r;n Alto Cull nnd Havo n Con
ference Tlio Inniigurntloti
Triiln Bchcdulo I Noir
Canton, Ohio, Jan. 18. After fivo
days of continuous travel Judge Jo
seph McKinna of Snn Francisco reached
hero early this morning. Asked as to
whether he hud como hero nt tho so
licitation of the President-elect, ho re
plied: "While I always desire to do
nil I can for tho newspapers, I must
dccllno to answer that question."
"How long will you bo hi tho city,
"Oh, maybo a day or two; maybo not
so long; I can't tell."
In further conversation tho judgo
ndmilted that ho wns fully nwnrc that
his name had been mentioned In con
nection with n cabinet portfolio, but
Bald he did not know that any inoro
than that would transpire. Asked as
to a preference, If lie wero asked to
express one, for a cabinet position, ho
said: "That I must also dccllno to
state. You know lawyers uro given
tho right to Object oven before u ques
tion is answered. Naturally to lawyers
tho secretaryship of tho treasury nnd
tho nttornoy generalship would do
preferable. Tho interior is also a do
Birablo place. Some of tho best cab
inot olllcers tho country has over had
havo been lawyers, who occupied tho
navy and other portfolios."
Arrangement!! Aro Completed for Mr.
McKlnlcy unit Ilia military IcorM.
Clkvlland, O., Jan. 18. Colonel
George A. Garrison, chairman of the
transportation and escort committee
for tho coming inauguration of Mr.
McKlnlcy, has completed a programme
for tho running of special trains carry
ing tho President-elect and escorts
Tho train with tho President-elect nnd
party will leave Canton on March
1 tit 3 o'clock in the afternoon nnd ar
rive in Washington tho following
morning at 11 o'clock, By request of
Mr. McKmley no attempt 'will be mado
nt fast time. In addition to the President-elect
and party this train will
carry tho inaugural transpoitntion
committee nnd tho newspaper repre
sentatives. The Eighteenth Ohio regiment, lo
cated tit Canton, will leave on a special
train in advance of the presidential
train and will act as an escort to tho
president-elect from tho Pennsylvania
station to tho Ebitts houso in Wash
ington. QUAY AND PENROSE.
Tho Fcnnsylvnnla Honntori tiucsts of
Ca.nton, Ohio, Jan. 18. Senator Mat
thew S. Quay and Senator-elect Pen
rose of Pennsylvania arrived hero this
morning nnd wero met at the depot by
Secretary Charles O. Coopor of tho Mc
Klnlcy household nnd driven directly
to tho Mclvlnley home, where they
were cordially welcomed by the President-elect.
Senator-elect Penrose said that u
part of their mission to Canton was to
talk In Governor Hastings's interest ns
a cabinet possibility, lie did not say
to which position thoy hoped to see
Hastings appointed. Whatever else
was talked over, Senator Penrose had
nothing further to bay.
TO BRING SIAM TO TERMS.
Tho Ciiiuhoat Mnrhhis Ordered to Hang
Itok for Minister Itarrctt' Use.
Washington, Jnn. 18. At the In
stance of tho stato department, tho
secretary of the navy has ordered the
gunboat Machlas to Bangkok, the cap
ital of Slam, from Canton, China.
Tho mission of tho ship, accord
ing to tho records of tho navy de
partment is "to protect American in
terests", but tho more definite reason
is to afford Mr. llnrrett, tho United
States minister nnd consul general at
llangkok, moral support in represen
tations ho has made to the Siamese,
government in rospeet to the treat
ment of Edward V. Kellett, tho vice
consul general there, who was re
cently maltreated by Siamese.
Itccclvnr for tho Kaunas City "Gaiottc."
Kansas Citv, Mo., Jan. 18. The
New York Life Insurance company
mado application to Judge Aldcn in
tho district court in Kansas City, Kan.,
this morning for the appointment of a
receiver foa the Gazette Printing and
Publishing company of Kansas City,
Kan. The Gazette leases the first floor
and basement of the life insurance
company's building at Fifth street and
Minnesota avenue, Kansas City, Kan.,
and the company says it owes 51,073
Tho fc'chwoiiifurth Case Dropped.
IlocKroitu, 111., Jan. IS. The mar
riage of "Messluh" Schwelnfurth to Mrs
Tuttle last summer and similar precau
tionary steps by his followers caused
the state's attorney yesterday after
noon to have tho cases btricken from
tho docket with leave to reinstate.
Mrs. Cuncdy Granted a Divorce,
St. Joseph, Mo., Jan. 16. The wife
of Charles Canedy, the absconding
deputy sheriff and well known politi
cian, becured a divorce to-day. The
whereabouts of Canedy Is not known.
The last heard of him was in Arkansas,
but he loft there when olllcers started
Sheriff Ilnvo a Strong T.obby.
Topkka, Kan., Jan. 18. The Kansas
Sheriffs' association has a strong lobby
in Topeka to oppose nny measure for
tho reduction of tho compensation of
sheriffs. J, A. McCollum of Chuso
(punty Js chairman of the lobby,
A DEFECTIVE TEE ATY.
lloth I'nrtlfi to tho Contrnct Can Die Up
Unknown Cnsps Members of tho Hen
ntn Ucclnro Hint It Term nro Cnpnb o
of llclnc Ufpd to Overthrow tho Mon
roo Dnctrlno What Kx-Soerotnry
Truer Una to tiny.
Tho I.ato Fcnco Treaty.
Washington, Jan. 15. A member of
tho Senato committee on foreign rela
tions stntsd that the general arbitra
tion treaty subject was so vast that it
was ucccssary to glvo tho matter very
close consideration. Ho said that one
phaso might bo instanced: At present
thcro might not bo anything in view
to arbitrate, yet, after general arbitra
tion had been agreed upon, any num
ber of unknown cases might bo pre
sented by ono of tho parties and
numerous claims presented which
were unheard of, might bo brought
forward. Theso unknown quantities
might be a serious objection to making
any definite agreement.
Another case instanced by a senator
who has given the subject some thought
was Cuba. Under certain conditions
the United Stales might desire to take
action regarding the island nnd assert
the Monroe doctrine. Tho European
powers, Great lirltain included, might
dispute the right of the United States,
under tho Monroe doctrine, or nny
other doctrine, to interfere and tho
matter so far as Great Britnin was con
cerned must go to arbitration. Refer
ence was also mado to tho Monroe doc
trine resolutions now pending in the
Senate in which the declaration was
made that the United States reserved
the right to decide when tho doctriue
MONETARY REFORM PLAN.
Tho Iiidlnnnpoll Convention Idea
tho Gold Standard.
Indianatous, Intl., Jan. 15. The
monetary conference adopted the fol
lowing plan of action by n largo ma
jority vote. The report was vigorously
opposed by Congressman Walker of
Massachusetts, chairman of tho houso
committee on bunking:
"This convention declares that It lias be
come absolutely necessary that a consistent,
ttrali;htfonvard and deliberately planned
lnonctcry system shall be inaugurated, the
fundamental basis of which should be:
"First That the present gold btandard
shall be maintained.
"SecondThat steps .should bo taken to
secure the ultimate retirement of all classes
of the United States notes by a gradual and
steady process and so as to avoid Injurious
contraction of the currency or disturbances
of the business la this, our country, and un
til such retirement provision has bepn made
for a separation of the revenue and note
Issue departments of the treasury.
"Third, That a banking system bs pro
vided which should furnish credit facllltle I
to every portion of tho countrj and elastic
circulation, especially with a view of secur-
Mr.R such a distribution of the loanable cap
ital of the countrj as will tend to equalize
the rates of Interest lit all parts thereof.
"For the purpose, of effectively promoting
the above objects,
"Hesolved, That fifteen members of this
convention be appointed by the chairman to
act as an executive committee while this
convention Is not in session, with the full
lowcrs of this convention.
"Tho executive committee shall have spe
cial charge of the solicitation, receipt and
disbursement of contributions voluntarily
made for all purposes; ithall havo power to
call thla convention together again, when
and where It may seem best to said commit
tee to do so.
"Kesolvcd, That It shall be the duty of this
executive committee to endeavor to procure
at tfcei.psclal scsslua of x'wigrcsc which It Is
understood will be called in March next,
legislation calling for the appointment of a
monetary committee by the President to
consider the entire question and to report
to Congress at the earliest day possible.
"Or, falling to secure the above legislation
they are hereby authorized and empowered
to select a committee of eleven members,
according to the rules and plans set forth In
buggcstions submitted to tnc convention uy
Mr. Ilanna, of Indianaiiolls.
TO USE THE CORN STALKS
Udwlu a. Cramp Preparing to Start III,
PlMt Tiictory In tho West.
Chicaoo, Jan. 15. Edwin S. Crnmr
of the Philadelphia ship-building firn
completed plans hero to-day for the
opening of a factory at Hock
ford, 111., nbbut February 1 fot
the manufacture of ship padding
and cattle fodder from cornstalks,
llcforo the harvesting of the next crop
it is expected that several factories
will bo erected In the corn belt and
material which has been heretofore
practically worthless will become
bourcu of revenue to the farmers.
Mr. Cramp stated that ho had just
completed contracts with the Ameri
can Spirits Manufacturing company to
feed their cattle with the substance
prepared from the pith, and u goodly
portion ot the cornstalk crop of 1S!)7
would be used. "We intend," lie wen'
on, 'to invest a large amount of capi
tal in making uso of the inventions
and build factories from year to year
In favorable locations throughout tho
West, so that there would be no ex
pense for transportation to most of.
those who must have the product."
Mr. Cramp said that the price to bo
paid for the stalks will be S2 a ton.
Ills Portuuo Squandered.
Pn.ovinr.scK, II. I., Jan. 15. Tho
body of C. W. Myers, son of n Chicago
banker, was found on the lloor of his
room in a boarding house here to-day,
he having committed bulcide sometime
during tho night by shooting himself
through tho heart Ho wai 84 jears
old and hud been living in this city
about two years. Ho inherited n for
tune from nn uncle three years ago,
but of late had been In financial straits.
Tlod I'p liy M.i-tWeil .Hen.
iNDKPKsnKNCE, Kan., Jan. 15. As
Assistant Postmaster Charles liny left
tho postoftice by the rear door about
10 o'clock last night ho was met by
two masked men, who covered him
with their revolvers and demanded Ills
keys. He was then taken into the al
ley, whore ho was gagged and t'.ed so
that ho had to bland on one foot, in
which position he lemained for nearly
three hours. About l o'clock he got
loose. It wai thought that the rob
bers intended to cipture tho I o'clock
mall ns it was brought to tho post
office, but when they found that their
prisoner had escaped they lied. No
clue has been discovered,
THE PACIFIC ROADS.
Senator Morgan Call for Information la
TTAsniNQTON, Jan. 15. Soon nftcr
the Scnnto met to-day Mr. Morgan of
Alabama introduced tho following
"Whereas, It is alleged that certain
bonds issued by tho United States in
aid of the Central Pacific railroad and
also tho Union Pacific railroad havo
fallen duo and remain unpaid, and
that by reason of default the proporty
held and owned by said companies nt
that time became tho property of tho
United States and that tho property
of every description so held and owned
by said companies nt the time of such
default now rightfully belongs to tho
"Resolved, That tho committee on
judiciary is directed to examine into
nnd report whether such allegation 13
true in fact nnd in law, and that they
report the nature nnd character of tho
right and title of tho United States In
and to said property, nnd the descrip
tion or class of property that have so
inured to the United States under tho
law. and whether cither of said rail
road companies has nny lawful right
or equity of redemption of said prop
erty." 'J he resolution was ordered to lio on
the table, Mr. Morgan announcing
tint he desired to address the Senate
The House committee on Pacific rail
roads decided to-day to reopen tho
question of settlement with the roads,
and n subcommittee was appointed to
consider the presentation of a snbsti
tuto for the defeated Powers bill in
the lino of Mr. Harrison's plan, for a
commission to be appointed by tho
president to represent the government
and make it settlement. There will bo
a hearing on tho question next
SHORT SENATE bESSION.
Itncon Upholds tho Tower of Congress
to Itccognlr.o Now Governments.
Wasiiinoton, Jan. 15. The open
session of the Senate was much cur
tailed by an executive session lasting
two hours. After this, the balance of
tho day wns given to Mr. JJacon, of
Georgia, in a speech upholding tho
power of Congress to recognize new
In the house n bill to make oleo
margarine, buttcrinc and other imita
tions of dairy products subject to tho
laws of the states into which they aro
transported was bitterly opposed by
Mr. Williams, Democrat of Mississippi,
on tho ground that it would establish
a dangerous precedent, inasmuch as it
would place it in the power of nny
state to prohibit entirely tho sale of n
wholesome product by the exercise" of
its police powers.
The house adjourned nt 4:15 p. m.,
leaving the bill undisnowl of.
OociU Appropriation Itetnlncd Weather
Jlurcau Provisions Itoduccd.
Washington, Jan. 15, Tho Houso
committco on ngriculturo has reported-
the agricultural appropriation bill to
the House. The total amount carried
is S3,51!!f422, a not decrease of 3102,780.
Tho amount carried for salaries Is
82D,Co0 less than the estimates, but
54,200 more than provided last year.
Tho appropriation of S150.000 for
seeds was Included against the wishes
of the secretary of tho treasury.
Tho reduction in nppropriat'ons la
made under the head of miscellaneous,
including the weather bureau. Tho
amount appropriated for the weather
bureau is exactly what was finally es
timated for and is 330,000 loss tlsa
for tho current year.
SHERMAN THE MAN.
Will Ho Secrotnry of Stnto Under Pres
Washington, Jan. 15. It is positive
ly announced here that Mr. McKinlcy
has tendered the stato portfolio to
Senator John Sherman of Ohio, nnd
that the distinguished lluckeyo states
man has accepted nnd will be the pre
mier of the incoming administration.
Mr. Hnnna is to go to the senate. Mr
Alger is also to bo a member of Mr.
MoKinley's cabinet, tho post he is to
fill being that of secretary of war.
BLISS NOT IN IT.
New Yorker Toiltlvcly Dcclnr.-s
Illmsclf Out of tho Cabinet.
Nk.W Yoiik, Jan. 15. Cornelius N.
lillss to-day confirmed tho rumor that
ho was not to bo u member of the next
Cabinet, saying: "I nm not to bo a
member of Major McKinley's cabinet."
Further than this he would not go. Ho
declined to admit that he had been
offered n place in tho cabinet. Neither
would he give his rensons for offering
this btr.ement to-day.
Negotiation Stnrlm Denied.
Washington, Jan. 15. It is posi
tively denied that the United States
nnd Spain havo practically concluded
an agreement regarding terms to bo
offered to tho insurgents for tho fct
tlcraent of tho Cuban rebellion. It is
denied also that a special envoy of
Spain hns teen or is to be sent to tho
United States as a private negotiator
with special instructions from Senor
Canovas, tho Duke of 'IV tit an.
($30,000 Tor Ills VTIfo's AIToctlons.
Nkw Yoi'.k, Jan. 15. Frederick 11.
Colwell, a stock broker, was given n
verdict for 850,000 by a jury of the su
preme court ngalnst Dr. Charles A.
Tinker, for alienating tho affections of
Mrs. Colwell. Dr. Tinker put In no
defense and was neither in court nor
represented by counsel.
John D. HockefoIJor'n CJIft.
Cleveland, Ohio, Jnn. IV John D.
Rockefeller was last night re-elected
Bupcrintendcndent of the Sunday
school of tho Euclid Avenue llaptlst
church. It was announced that a gift
of SiO.OOO had been made by .Mr. Koeise
feller for benevolent work. ft
Croltcr Still an American.
Kkw York, Jan. 15. Richard Crokor
mule n speech nt the Tammany Cen
tral club last night in which ha re
iterated that he wns out of polities.
but denied emphatically tnai ne jiau
taken up his permanent residence in
A St. Joieph Traveling Man Elope.
St. Jo8F.rn, Mo., Jan. 13. A week
ago, Traveling Salesman A. A. Qucn
tin for tho Fnglohart-Davlson Mercan
tile company left ostensibly for Key
West, but in reality for Kansas City,
and his samplo trunks nro still here.
Mlsa Lola Frnncls, an assistant bill
clerk for tho same establishment and n
pretty brunette to whom Qucntln had
been attentive, went to Kansas City nt
the samo time. It is believed that
they aro now together in New York.
Kid T.uvlcuo Hosts ZclRlcr.
rrn.AURi.pniA, Ta., Jan. 13. "Kid"
fiavlgno, tho lightweight champion of
tho world, nnd Owen Zciglcr, fought
six rounds last night in the nrena of
tho Quaker City Athletic club. r,n
vlgno had nil tho best of the bout, and
It looked ns if ho could havo put tho
Philadelphiau to sleep in tho first
An Old Actor fusses Away.
St. Louis, Mo., Jnn. 13. William
Stafford, known to old theater-goers
ns the head of tho Stafford company in
Shakcspcaren characters, nnd n former
nssocmto of Jlooth and Uarrott, died
Tho SiiccmH ot Frank C. Putnam.
Tho experience of Frank CX Putnam
of Aurora, Hamilton county, Neb. is
another proof of tho statement that
"Nebraska farms pay." Mr. Putnam
camo to Nebraska in 1872. Ho had
S100 in cash, two beds, a chest for a
dinner tnblo and nail kegs for chairs.
Today ho owns 500 neres, all Improved,
fenced and under cultivation. He also
owns a good houso in Aurora, where
ho rives. He savs: "Every dollar I
possess has been made from my farm."
In our "Nkiuiaska llooii" (10 pages
with maps and Illustrations), are doz
ens of statements liko that of Mr. Thor
roll. They aro made by farmers who
havo made a success of fanning. They
show thnt Nebraska is as good a btate
ns any in the Union.
The book in which they nppear is ns
different from the ordinary agricul
tural pamphlet as day is from night.
It is interesting, practical and truthful.
In a straightforward, simple fashion,
it tells you everything you need to
know about Nebraska Its climate,
people, schools, churches, railroads,
markets, soil and crops. It explains
why the Nebraska farmer makes mon
ey in spite of low prices and hard
times. Why land is cheap. And how
It is as easy for an intelligent nnd in
dustrious man to UUY a Nebraska
farm as it is to rent ono in any stato
cast of tho Missouri river.
Every farm renter who wants to be
come n farm owner; every farm owner
who is tired ot trying to malco money
off high-priced land; every father who
wants to give his tons a start on tho
high road to independence, should write
for a copy. Free.
Geu'l Pass'r Agt., Ilurlington Koutc,
Iowa Patent Olllco Itcport.
Tho largest number of patents over
issued in any ono week was 510, on De
cember 20, 1800. Iowa is represented
in that number by 13, Nebraska 4,
ICansas by 0, Minnesota by 8, New
York by 01, and Pennsylvania by 07.
Patents havo been allowed but not
yet issuctl as follows:
ToG. K. Hack, of Gothenburg, Neb.,
for a design for a brush for killing
To G. 11. Nelson, of Rcdficld, Iowa,
for a tool for opening boxes, etc. A
multiple fulcrum combined therewith
adapts it to bo used advantageously as
a lever for many purposes.
To J. A. Norton of Odobolt, for an
Improvement of his table attachment
for beds for which a patent was Issued
on the 20th ult.
To J. u. Lhr, of Laglo Grovo for a
t.-ansformablo door adapted for uso in
winter as a Btorm door and in summer
ns a screen door.
To G. P. Pump, of Lynnville, for a
rotary engine that ho has in practical
To A. Ilocsch, of Downs, Kansas, for
a weed cutter and pulverizer for culti
vating, corn, etc.
Valunblo information about obtain
ing, valuing and selling patents sent
free to any address.
Printed copies of tho drawings and
specifications of nny U. S. Patent sent
upon receipt of 25 cents.
Our practice is not confined to Iowa.
Inventors in other states can have our
services upon tho samo terms as Hawk
eyes. Thomas G. & J. Ralph Onwia,
Solicitors of Patents.
Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. 2. 1S07.
L1V1J STOCK AND PJlUDUL'i: MA1SKIST9
Quotations I'rom Now Yorlc, Chlcigo,
Louis Ouiuliu mill Kl-.oiTho.-o.
Hultcr Creamery sepurator..
Hutter Chotco fuuey country
I mlriu chickens, per doit
Spring Chickens drohbed
Ucuso and Ducks
.Lemons Choice Messlnas
iiouoy 1 uiicjr iiiuiu
Unions, pur tin
licaiih liuudplcked ivnvy
bweot I'otatoos por bbl
Oranges IVr box
1 1 ., v I til and. nur ton
Annies- I'or bbl 1 I
fcOUTIl OMAHA STOCK MAKKP.T.
Hogs-I.lght Mixed : 31 3
llogs-Hoavy Weights 3 2) 3
Beef-Steers ;J 55 M
Hulls 2 0) a J
Milker and sprIugors.. ..
Shnnn Native. .:S7
fhcup-Lambg-. 3 80 i 25
Wheat-No. 2 Spring , H) Q fl;f
Corn For bit . 23 1M',
Oats For bu 1 '. Wi
Fork & r
Lard -,- 30 3 V2 J
Mockers Hiidlcodoit. .... .1 45 k. ,t s3
Cnlvos '! G0)
Hog Medium mixed .125 ft 3d
fcliBop-i.ainba 2VJ 5 00
Whout-No. J, hard 07 ft QJi
torn Na 2, ft 19'
Outs-No.2 a & !J
Lard 4 10 5 4 .0
Wheat No. 2 rod, cash 0! 93
Corn-Forbu :q f) soy
Oatfe For uu
Cattle Native fchlu'tiac Strs.
Wheat No. Shard
Corn No, 8 -
Out NuS ,.....
Cattle fctoekcrti and fan..
ilosfc -Mil oil... ....... ..... .,...
tlievp 1-fltnUs .....wh....
3 J (To 15
0 CO (16 0 21
0 W 0!
10 0 11
7 ( ft
3 50 O 4 10
11 u n
1 35 1 4')
25 a M
1 75 $ 2 00
3 73 i 00
4 03 ft 5 N)
Tho Livery ot Illllouiness
Is a pronounced yellow. It Is T.hd,b,0 Inilin
countenanco und cycbnlU. It is neebm
panlcdwlth uiicimlncss bcnonth tho riciit
ribs unci Mioiilder blado. Rlck hondacho,
nnuscannd Irregularity of tho bp-wols. io
tho removal of each and all of theso tlis
romforts ns well as their cnuc. Hostottor s
Momacl Hitters uro admirably udaptod.
This pro-cmlnent family mcdiclno also rem
edies malarial, rheumatic nnd Vjldnoy com
plaints, nervousnos and Uobllity. i
promotes appetite ami sleep.
A Lucky Diagnosis.
The patient's symptoms Indicated
cardiac troubles, and the doctor got
out his stethoscope and applied it to
gis chest to test the action of tho heart.
Tho patient Hushed angrily, unbut
toned his vest, and took from his in
pido pocket a S5 bill wrapped in nn old
paper, then said:
"I think its carrying It a llttlo too
far when you doctors go looking,
through a mnn with an X ray to seo
how much money lie has."
A NOBLE WORK. "4
(From Omaha Christian Advocate)
Thcro Is no one in Omaha or vicinity who
hns not hcnnl of Mr. N. .1. hmlth, founder
of Kcscttc Homo. He has for a number of
years dctotcd a large sharo of his timo to
the work of rescuing tlio fallen, furnishing
nid to those in distress and helping In every
way possible thoso In trouble. Ho has been
in poor health for several years, but all will
bo 1 leased to lenrn that his health Is now
much bettor nm) ho is ablo to take active
chnrgo of tlio mission work, to which ho
now devotes his entire time.
On January 1st, 1M7, ho writes as follows:
''I havo been troubled for several years
with a bad cough. I had lung chills and
slisht hiemorrhago of tho lungs and was
threatened with consumption. My mother
nnd two sisters having died with consump
tion, I expected tho samo fnto; but I tried
Dr. Kay's Lunp Halm, prepared by Dr. B.
J. Iviiy Medical Co., Omaha, Neb., and two
25c boxes havo entirely cured mo of my
couzh and soreness of my lungs. That
tired, s'cepy and drowsy feeling is all gouo
and niv appetite Is now pood. I feel well
nnd full of life. I can work night and day
and do not feel tired. Praiso tho Lord for
tho help it has given me. I wrlto this hop
hg If any read It who arc siinllarlyaflltctcd
and have be 11 unable to get help from any
other Ronrccthnt they will try this excellent
remedy, which I believe to be thobestcough
triudlcluo of which I have any knowledge.!'
N. J. Smith,
8540 S. ICth St.. Omaha, Neb.
'1 li! Iti-al Name.
' That's a nice looking dog." remark
rd the kindly old gentleman, whe
takes nn interest in everything.
"Yes suh. lie looks all right," re
plied the colpjd-mrlnMvhoasncauT"n"g'
him with a pTeeo of rope.
'fie looks like a pointer."
"Yes. suh. Da's what ho looks like.
Hut dat ain' what he is. He's a dlsap
pointer." Washington Star,
A Very Popular Calendar.
Few peoplo in theso busy days aro willing
to live without a calendar to mark tlio pass
ing of time. This fact, no doubt, accounts
for the calendars of all kinds, co'ors, shapes
and sizes which flood the malls at this
season. Among them all tho 0110 that best
suits us Is tho one issuctl by N. W. Avcn &
! w.n, the "Keeping ISvcriastlncly At It"
Newspaper Ado. tising Agents of Philadel
phia. Wo have Just received our new copy
and arc fic 1 fur lb'.)7. It is not dlfllcult to
seo why tli. 9 calendar isso great a favorite.
The figures on It aro larpc enough to bo read
across a room; its handsome appearance,
makes it worthy of a place in tho best fur-j
nisiied ofllco or libraiy. wlillo It Is business-
liko all the way through. Tho publisher
stato that the dcmind for this calendar has'
always ex reeded ihestipp!y. This led them!
vcai-s ago to plnco upon it a nominal prico J
"5 con,, on llree'pt of which it Is sent, post-
paid and securely packed, to any address.
NP-TO-BAC I'OR FIFTY CENTS.
Over sTM.OCO cured. WhyjiotletNo-To-Uao
regu ate or rpinovejour ilosiro for tobacco,
t-nves inouey, makes hen th nud manhood.
L 111 e cunrnu teetl, jyji. and 81.0 ',nil druggists.
Jesi'ottsy litis a thousand oyes nnd I.uowb
Cassauhts stlinu'nto liver, kiduoys and
loeIs Never elel.cn, weaken or gripo,10c.
r. lie forts en tho J cute river, estimate?,
at J,: 1 ('.an, cost clO.otO.OCO.
Cu'f'i'ed 1 h si, inns of South Carolina
hnvo formed n state organization.
rociits aro expensive. It Is no experiment to
tnko tlio lncdicliio which thousands endorse as
tho best which cures wheu others fall, namely
Tlio Test In fact tho Ono True Flood Purifier.
Hnnrl' ilfc cure nausea, Jndlccstlon,
11UULI 3 1'lIIb biliousness. 23ccnt3.
Fiery Thursday afternoon
a tiuiNt sleeping car for
Denver. S-alt Lake City, San
l'runcUco. anil Los Auzolcs
Knives Omaha and Lincoln
v In tlio llurllngtou Koutc.
It Is carpeted, upholstered
In rattan, has SprliiR beats
and backs and ii provided
with curtains, beddlnc. tow.
els toap.ote. Anopeilonced
oxciiisloii conductor and a
uniformed I iillmnu portor
accompany It through to tho
Wh.lo nolther as expen
sively llulshod not- us ti no to
loou at as a pniaco siecpcr.ic
Is just as sood to rlilo In. rcc
01 d class tlrketsaro honored
and the price of ahorth.nldo
iiiouu-h and big cuou;h for
two. Is only S".
1 or a folder giving full
particulars write to
.1. FitASCi?, Oen'l Fass'r gcnt, Omaha.Neb.
- rrOITAltTlMl OT? PRNTirnV OT.n.
g' r vc.,'m am m,i 'n.9
t, - !.' i;i.I.,:.J...T
No HL'ST nor ItATTIK. Ontlntti lf.i or iron.
A l)uratiU.iilititiif i Inr FlnMrrnii wnllM.
Wilt or 1'rocl f-lu'iitlihitfnf amo mtTiil,tii
I ibi .. liPA-t intheinarl.et.WrUoforHATOplr8.rtc;
Vb F.1V J1AMI.I.A KOOF1M1 CO., C.Ulu.N,i.J.
M AlfTQ' BUSINESS ANDSHORTHflNDCOUEGE
ULMtVLO Acti'al lirsiNEss Fiiom Tub
Ptaiit Teaches business by doing bmlncss.
Ah thorough instruction In all branches
by mail. Ltfo scholarship H tlx months
course s30. Comer Kith audCapltol Avenue,
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS
Tvinili itl.ii anil Advkn ti rutrutabUlty of In.
vcniun. 8. n.1 for'-IiTcrl r- tlnl'Ju, cr How todet a
Fill . O t VICltrXL &. MJ.V, Washington. D. C.
81 Maw WHtHt Alt tut JrAHS. .. I
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in umo. raid nr arursists.
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