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ARE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Union Press r ills and
One Horse Hoe Drills ,
WAGONS AND BUGGIES.
ALSO KEEP REPAIRS FOR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
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Their prices on all goods are as low as the
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LIMB , HARD
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DOORS , LUMBER
RED CED&B. AND OAK POSTS.
. JT. WARRRN. Manager.
B. & M. Meat Market.
FRESH AND SALT
BACON , BOLOGNA ,
TURKEYS CHICKENS , &c. , & .C.
F. S. WILGOX & CO.Props.
Notary Public. Justice of the Peace.
REAL- : : ESTATE ,
LOANS AND INSURANCE.
Nebraska Farm Lands to Exchange for Eastern Property.
Collections a Specialty.
BAVE MONEY !
-ON ALL KINDS OF-
Fruit , Forest and Shade Trees
gggT'And all kinds of small fruits. I will guarantee to save you
30c. on every dollar's worth you buy , from agents' prices. Call and
see me before buying elsewhere.
L. A. HURLBTJRT ,
At The Racket Store.
METHODISTS IN COUNCIL.
Southwestern Coiifcriirico of tint M * tlt
oclist Church South at Irtilejiuntloncc.
KANSAS CITV , Mo. , Sept. 22. Jiishop
Charles 13. Galloway called the Twenty
second annual meeting of the South
western conference of the Methodis
Episcopal church , South , to order this
morning- 9 o'clock at the Maple ave
nue church at Independence. The
venerable Dr. Prottsuian , the Nester
of the church in Missouri , led in an
By unanimous vote C. C. Woods was
re-elected secretary of the conference
and C. M. Hawkins and Dr. Tigert as
The Rev. C. II. Briggs , agant for the
central college at Fayette , read an
extensive report of his work for the
year. In his work for the college he
has traveled 15,000 miles , visited 101
churches and preached 173 sermons ,
collected $7,500 , besides securing a
bequest of real estate valued at
SJ 0,000. There are 900 churches in his
The presiding elders reported the
following committee :
Bible cause C. M. Bishop , T. C. Pucket ,
E. V7. McElhany , J. A. Sink , J. D. Wood.
District conference records R. G. Flem-
nicr.V. . T. Eastwood. A. O. Moore. W. M.
McAllister , J. F. Garner.
Books and periodicals J. J. Tigert ,
Wittcn McDonald , B. V. Alton , K. T.
Russell. J. II. Scrugcrs. C. M. Hawkins.
H. C. Meredith , D. P7Vims , C. H. Briggs ,
Lon V. Stephens , J. F. Robb , A. B. Davis ,
J. C. Givens , Ben Porter , L. H. Davis and
J. T. Noland.
Conference , reJaliou J. Y. Busley , J. J.
Keller , \V. 'J ? . . Gill. B. H. Gragg , J. S.
Rummel and E. G. Ginn.
Two hundred ministers are expected
to be present during the conference ,
which will adjourn next Monday.
An African King1.
NASHVILLE , Tenn. , Sept. 22. A
young negro who has spent four years
at the Central Tennessee college in
this city has been called to a throne in
Africa. His name is Momulo Mas
saquai , and he came from the
Vey country , a region of
Interior Africa adjoining Li
beria , lie was converted some
years since to Christianity by Mrs.
Mary Brierly , an English missionary ,
and through , her influence , and that of
Bishop Penick of Louisville , was
brought to this country and put at
school. He received the news yester
day that his father , King Balah , had
been killed in war and he is called to
reign in his stead.
Kansas City Journal Unionized.
KANSAS CITY , Mo. , Sept. 22. The
long-standing differences between the
Kansas City Journal and local Typo
graphical Union No. 80 have at last
been satisfactorily adjusted. In con
sideration of the union taking into
membership the foreman and certain
other of its employes the Journal
management has entered into a ten-
year contract to employ only union
nen hereafter and be governed by the
rules and regulations of the union.
The boycott on the Journal is now off.
Fatal Collision in Pennsylvania.
LANCASTER , PA. , Sept. 22. The second
end section of the Philadelphia ex
press eastbound and the second section
of the Pacific express westbouud on the
Pennsylvania road collided fifteen
miles west of here shortly
after 3 o'clock this morn-
ng and both were badly
wrecked. One engineer was killed ,
, he other fatally injured and the fire
men of both trains fatally hurt One
of the passengers was hurt. One of
; he engineers disregarded orders and
ran past the switch.
South Carolina Democrats.
COLUMAIA , S. C. , Sept 22. The
South Carolina state Democratic con
vention met at noon. The primary
election , already held , having settled
; he question of nominations for state
officers , except as to attorney general
n which there is only a local interest ,
; he greatest interest hinged upon
whether the state Democracy would
align itself with the national Democ
A Wife IJeater Shot.
POPLAR BLUFFS , Mo. , Sept. 23.
Jcwett Shrout was shot and instantly
tilled by Drew Kemp , his brother-in-
aw , at his home near Harville , eight
miles south of this city. Shrout was
continually abusing his wife , who is
lemp's sister. Shrout was a bully and
was known as "the Bull of the
Woods" in his neighborhood. Kemp
gave himself up.
A Missouri Farmer's Crime.
ST. JOSEPH , Mo. , Sept 22. Last
night H. L. Long , a farmer living near
Bethany , split open the head of an
other farmer , William Rice , with an
axe , and then called his wife and
daughter to carry the body of the dead
man to the public road , where it was
eft , after which he attempted to com
mit suicide , lie is under arrest.
Street Car Wrecked by a Train.
CLEVELAND , O. , Sept. 22. A motor
and trail car on Cedar avenue were
broken to pieces by a passenger train
on the Cleveland and Pittsburg rail
way about 8 o'clock this morning.
One passenger on the street car , a
man , sustained a broken leg and a
ady was badly bruised about the
Determined to End His life.
ATCHISON , Kan. , Sept. 22. John
Steinmetz , the painter of Clifton , who
; ook paris green Monday , died last
night A few minutes before he
jreathed his last he told the doctors
ihat he wanted to die , and if they suc
ceeded in saving him he would shoot
every one of them and then kill him
Two Hundred Telegraphers Strike.
GRAND RAPIDS , la. , Sept. 22. Very
iromptly at 10 o'clock this morning
every operator and dispatcher on the
Burlington , Cedar Rapids and North
ern railway , with one exception , about
200 men went on a strike for higher
wages and to secure the adjustment of
I ibor Commissioner Feck Indicted.
AXBA Y , N. Y. , Sept 22. The grand
jury has returned a true bill against
Labor Commissioner Peck , charged
with destroying public documents.
There are 400 bison at the Yellow
stone park , in Wyoming" .
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium , Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric , Drops , Soothing Syrups , and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverisliness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd ,
cores Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles , cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food , regrulates the stomach
and bowels , giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
H Ourtorfa Is on excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children.1'
Da. O. C. OsaooD ,
Lowell , Mass.
Castorla la the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
for distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children , and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones , by forcing opium ,
morphine , soothing syrup and other hurtful
gents down their throats , thereby sending
them to premature graves. "
DR. J. F. KracHELOE ,
Conway , Art.
M Castoria Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me. "
H. A. Ancnsre , M. ! > . ,
Ill So. Oxford St , Brooklyn , N. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's deport *
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practice- with Castoria ,
and although we only hare among our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
prodnuuj , yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won ua to look with
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LIST nr cnilOERK. i URML n
1 Fovurn , Congestions. Inflammations
" WorniMt Worm Fever , Worm Colic.
3 Tcctlilne ; Colic , Cryinir. V/akcfiilm3
I Diarrhea , of Children orAduItH.
5 I > y entery , Griping , lillious Colic
C Cholera lUorliUH , Vomiting
7 CoucliH , Coldi. Bronchitis.
S Neuralgia * Toothache. Fnceaclio .
! > Headache * , Sick Headache , Vertigo. .as
10 Dyspepsia. Biliousness , Constipation .as
II Suppressed or 1'aiuful 1'erioiN. .as
12 Whites , Too 1'rofuso Periods .as
S3 Croup , IinrynsJiIs , ITonrscncFS. . . .as
1'i Salt JMieum , Hryslpclns , ErupUonn .as
1.1 Rheumatism , or Ithcunmtlcraluy .as
1U Dliilnriai ClUIIs. Fever and Aguu .as
17 i'ilcsBlind orBlcedlni , ' .as
18 Ophthnliny , Sore orVrak Eyes. . . . .as
Ifl-Cntarrh , Influenza , Cold In the Head .as
UO Whooping Cough .as
21 Asthma , Oppressed Breathing .as
23 Bar Discharge ! * , Impaired Hearing .as
123 Scrofula , Enlarged Glands. Swelling .as
4 General Debility , PhysIcalWcaknetH .as
25 Dropsy , and Scanty Secretions. .as
2i Sun-islckncBS , Sickness from Hiding .as
27 KIdney DineriMCH. . .as
2 ! ) Sore Month , or Canker .as
30 Urinary WcakncMH.V/ettiagBed. . .as
31-i'aliifnl Periods. . . . .as
3-1 Diphtheria , Ulcerated Sore Throct .as
35 Chronic Concentiou4& Eruptions. .as
EXTRA NUMBERS :
28 Nervous Debility , Nominal Weak
ness , or Involuntary DKeharKca 1 .00
32 DiseaMesoftheIIeartPaliitatIonl .00
33 Epilepsy , SpaswaSt. Vitus'Dance . .1 .00
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The Citizens Bank
Incorporated under State Laws.
Paid Up Capital , $5OOOO
Collections made on all accessible points. Drafts drawn
directly on principal cities in Europe. Taxes
paid for non-residents.
Tickets For Sale to and from Europe
V. FEANKL1N , President. JOHN K. CLAliK , Vice Pres.
A. C. E13ERT , Cashier.
The First National Uank , Lincoln Xebrska.
The Chemical National Bank , New Tork City.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
GEORGE HOCKNELL , President. 5. At. FREES , Vice President. W F. LflWSOK , Cashier.
A. CAMPBELL. FRANK HARRIS.
THE McCOOK ROLLER MILLS
E. H. DOAN , PROPRIETOR.
Is Now Open and Ready for Business ,
JSHT0 ! am prepared to handle all business in my
line promptly and -with tlie most approved machinery.
are also prepared to handle wheat for which they are
paying the highest market price.
and Elevator on East Eailroad street.
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