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A Nurse "Pe-ru-na Is
Says - - a
Tonic of Efficiency. "
MRS. KATE 1AYLOR.
Mrs. Kate Taylor , a graduated
nurse of prominence , gives her
experience with Peruna In an
open letter. Her position In so
ciety and professional standing
combine to give special promi
nence to her utterances.
. ILL. . 4U7 Monroe Si. "As
CHICAGO. observed Peruna is the
linest tonic any man or woman cun
who is weak from the after effects of
any serious illness.
"I have seen it used in a number of
convalescent easts , anil have S"en .ev-
eral other tonics iist-d , lint I found that
those who used Peruna had the tjuicki-st
1 'Peruna seems to restore vitr'ty ,
increase bodily vigor and /v.--ew he.-jlth
mnd strength In a wonderfully short
time. " MRS. KATE TAYLOR.
In view of the great multiuiile of
women suffering from some form of fe
male disease and yet unable to liml any
cure. Dr. Hartnian , the renowned spe
cialist on female cntarrhal diseases , has
announced his willingness to direct the
treatment of as many cases as make
application to him during the summer
months , without charge. Address The
Peruna Medicine Co. , Columbus. Ohio.
Hair brushes need a weekly clean
ing , for which purpose use a quart of
tepid water containing a tablespoon-
ful of cloudy ammonia. Dip the
bristles not the back seevral
times , rinse and stand on edge to
Children will relish the morning
cereal that contains dates , tigs or
even prunes as a relief from its
A grain of fine musk will scent a
loom for twenty years.
Pimples , Blackheads ,
Red , Rough , Oily Skin
MILLIONS or PEOPLE USE CUTTCURA
SOAP , assisted by CUTICUKAOLVTHKM , for
preserving , purifying , and beautifying the
akin , for cleansing the sculp of crusts ,
scales , and dandruff , and the stopping of
falling hair , for softening , whitening , and
oothinpj red , rough , and sore hands , for
baby rashes , itch ings , and chafing , ai.d
for all the pno > eso the toilet , b.ith , a.d
nursery. Minions of Women use Cim-
CtiKA SOAP in the form of baths for annoy
ing irritations , inflammations , and excori
ations , or too free or offensive perspiration ,
in the form of washes for ulcerative weak
nesses , and for many sanative purposes.
Complete Treatment for Humours , $1.
Consisting of CtrrtcURA Soxp(25c.to ) cleanse
the skin of crusts aud scales , arid soften tlio
thickened cuticle ; CimcirRA OINTMENT
(60cto inatanUy allaj Itching , inflammation ,
and irritation , and soothe and neal ; ami C n i.
CORA RESOLVENT PILLS * 2V ) , to cool nn < l
cleanse the blooil. A STKOLR SKT is often
sufficient to cure the severest case.
CUTICURA RESOLVENT PILLS ( Chocolate
Coated ) are a new , tasteless , odourless , eco.
aomical substitute for the celebrated liquid
CUTICURA RESOLVENT , 60 doses , price , 25c.
Bold throughout the worM. Brltlth Depot : 87-28 ,
CharterhotiM bq . I.nndnn. French Depot : S Rue de U
Palx , I'uU. PUTTEE Deco A3 Cnru. CoxrSol
Prop * . . Botton , U. S. A.
Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to aell
"something fust as cood. "
Why God does not kill the devil Send 10 < - fo t | . .
took tclUng why John Beck , 1 > . O. Box * , lionie u-.i.i
Iowa countj , JOIN a.
Excerpts From The Nebraska Independent , Lincoln , Nebraska , Made by
Direction of the Populist State Ce.ntral Committee
Editor Rosewater of the Omaha Bee
in an editorial headed "Partisan Color
Blindness , " objects because The In
dependent congratulated him and E.
W. Simeral for the able manner in
which they represented the railroad
tax question to the state board. He
says : "The compliments of the offi
cial organ of Nebraska populism
would be better appreciated if they
were not coupled with the misleading
assertion that the proceedings initiated
by the editor of the Bee received their
inspiration from that quarter. " That
was not the idea , Mr. Rosewater. Yet
it must be confessed that much of the
argument on railroad franchises and
taxation thereof was a repetition of
what The Independent has been say
ing along that line for a number of
Ignoring the question of franchises ,
The Independent still believes that
railroad property is , on the average
assessed as high proportionately as
other property. Isolated examples
can be cited in proof of an opposite
view , but the true test is to take a
general view of the matter. In 1899 ,
farm lands to the amount of 31,000-
000 acres were returned by the asses
sors at nearly $10,000,000 less valua
tion than were 28,000,000 acres in 1893.
In other words the area increased
10 1-2 per cent in six years , while
the assessed valuation decreased from
| 3.08 to ? 2.48 GO cents an acre , or a
decline of 19 1-2 per cent in value.
The railroad assessment of 1893 was
nearly ? 2,500,000 greater than that of
1899 a decrease of 8.8 per cent in the
six years , yet the increase in mileage
had been but 7 miles. Exclusive of
railroads , the decline in assessed val
uation of all other property from 1893
to 1899 was over $23,000 000 , or nearly
14 per cent. If tangible property ,
valued according to the usual methods ,
is to 1)3 considered without reference
to franchises , then the present board
and all boards preceding it have as
sessed the railroads high enough.
But the trouble is that the value of
a railroad cannot be determined in
the same manner as the value of a
farm or a city house and lot is
determined. A house "is valued as a
house not as a combination of mortar
and brick and window glass and
shingles ; but a railroad , under present
methods , is valued as a scrap-heap of
engines , cars , rails , ties , depots , and
. It should be
a strip of right-of-way.
valued as a railroad. But when the
right-of-way is valued by comparing
it to contiguous land , and the depots ,
cars , engines , etc. , are valued at what
it would cost to replace them , it will
be found that the railroad as an entity
is much more valuable than the value
of all its constituent parts , ascer
tained in the usual way. The differ
ence between the two represents the
franchise value the value of that
Intangible right to exist as a railroad ,
to exercise the right of eminent do
main , to "charge all that the traffic
will bear. " Our constitution declares
that franchises shall be taxed but
railroad franchises never have been
taxed in Nebraska.
The agitation for just taxation of
franchises is of recent growth in'Ne
braska. It is not yet very well under
stood , but the people are learning.
The Independent is free to admit that
it is learning something every day
regarding railroad taxation , and a
frank statement from the Bee would
contain the confession that it has
learned a great deal about the same
subject since 1900. The railroads have
never borne their share of the taxes ,
because they escaped paying on their
franchises ; but The Independent has
nothing to take back of what it said
in its isBue of May 17 , 1900 , because
then the whole question was discussed
from the standpoint of actual , physi
cal , tangible property and there was
ample evidence to show that railroad
property was assessed as high on the
average aa other property. The ques
tion of franchises was not mentioned
To Nebraska Populists
During the past week I have mailed
a personal letter to every precinct
committeeman in the state ( except
those shown on our records as hav
ing moved out of the precinct ) urging
the following :
1. Good attendance at the primar
ies , at the county conventions , and at
the state convention.
2. The election of earnest , energetic
populists as delegates to the countv
conventions and to the state con
vention : and that care be taken to se
lect as delegates to the state conven
tion men who will be sure to attend.
The matter of reduced railroad rates
to Grand Island has been taken up
with the Western Passenger associa
tion and although I have not yet re
ceived final decision. 1 feel safe in say-
Ing that the rate will at least be one
and one-third for the round trip on
the certificate plan ; but it is possible
we may secure an open rate of one
fare for the round trip. Due notice
will be given in all the papers as soon
as the association advices me of its
action. In case of a certificate rate ,
delegates should take a receipt from
the ticket agent for amount paid for
Let me urge upon every precinct
eommitteeman and party worker that
victory awaits us in the coming cam
paign If we will but show a desire to
be victorious. It will not be a walk
away , but will require an earnest ef
fort all along the line. I am aware
that this Is a busy season , but a few
hours spent at your primary will
mean much in starting the campaign
of with its best foot forward. The
republican party is divided and wrang
ling ; now is our time for united , earn
CHARLES Q. DE FRANCE.
NEBRASKA COUNTY CONVEN
Adams , populist , Hastings , June 14.
Adams , democratic , Hastings , June
Antelope , sopulist , Neligh , June 21 ;
Boone. democratic , ( mass ) , Albion ,
Boone. populist , Albion , June 21 ;
Box Butte , democratic , ( mass ) Al
liance , June 14.
Boyd , republican , Spencer , June 7.
Buffalo , populist , Kearney , June 21.
Cass , democratic , Union , June 14.
Cedar , populist , Hartington , June
20 ; nominating.
Cherry , populist and democratic ,
( joint mass ) . Valentine , June 14.
Custer , populist , Broken Bow , June
21 ; nominating.
Dawson , populist , Lexington , June
Dixon , populist , Martinsburg , June
18 ; nominating.
Dodge , republican , Fremont , June 7 ;
Douglas , democratic , Omaha , June
21 ; nominating.
Dundy , democratic , ( mass ) , Benkel-
man , June 21 ; nominating.
Dundy , populist , Benkelman , June
21 ; nominating.
Frontier , populist , Stockville , June
19 ; nominating.
Furnas , populist , Beaver City , June
21 ; nominating.
Garfield , democratic , Burwell , June
Garfield , populist , Burwell , June 21.
Greeley , democratic , Greeley , June
Greeley , republican , Greeley , June 7.
Greeley , populist , Greeley , June 21.
Hamilton , populist , Aurora , June 21.
Harlan , republican , at Orleans ,
June 6 ; nominating.
Harlan , populist , Alrca , June 21 ;
Howard , popr.I i. St. Paul , June 21.
Howard , democratic , St. Paul , June
Kearney , populist. Minden , June 21 ;
optional as to county nominations.
Keith , democratic , Ogalalla , June 21.
Knox , republican , Center , June 7.
Lincoln , democratic ( mass ) , North
Platte , June 14 ; nominating.
Madison , populist , Battle Creek ,
June 18 ; nominating.
Madison , demociatic , Battle Creek ,
June 18 ; nominating.
Phelps , populist , Holdrege , June 14.
Polk , populist , Osceola , June 21.
Red Willow , populist , Indiauola ,
June 7 ; nominating.
Sheridan , populist , Rushville , June
Sheridan , democratic , Rushville ,
Sherman , populist , Loup City , June
20 ; nominating.
Stanton , democratic , ( mass ) , Stan-
ton , June 14.
Valley , populist , Ord , June 12 ; nom
Valley , democratic , ( mass ) , Ord ,
Webster , democratic , ( mass ) , Red
Cloud , June 14.
Wheeler , republican , Bartlett , June
York , democratic , York. June 14.
York , populist , York , June 14.
Douglas County Populists
The populist county central com
mittee for Douglas county met at
Washington hall , Omaha , last Satur
day and selected 128 delegates to the
state convention at Grand Island. A
committee composed of E. E. Thomas ,
L. J. Quinby , J. J. Points , G. A. Mag-
ney , and P. L. Forgan drafted a plat
form which the Douglas delegation
expects to present to the state conven
tion and ask its adoption as the state
platform. Seven subjects 31 para
graphs , each short and to the point-
are contained in the draft adopted.
It is as follows :
First We reaffirm the Omaha , St.
Louis and Sioux Falls platforms.
Second Whatever of national pros
perity exists is clue to the increase in
the money volume.
Third We declare our faith in Wil
liam J. Bryan.
First Based upon the present as
sessed valuation of property , we will
assess the value of the railroads at
Second We will refuse to renomi-
nate to office every officeholder who
takes a pass.
Third We will prohibit all use of
passes , except by employes.
Fourth We will pass a maximum
freight rale bill , reducing present
rates 10 per cent.
Fifth We will reduce passenger
rates to 2 % cents per mile.
Sixth Our board of transportation
will relieve all discrimination against
Seventh We will submit a constitu
tional amendment for an elective
First We will enact the Initiative
and referendum so far as constitu
tional and submit an amendment giv
ing the principle general application.
Second We favor minority repre
sentation in legislative bodies.
Third We will provide that cities
of the metropolitan and first classes
shall frame their own charters.
First We will tax all property , In
cluding public service franchises , at
its actual value.
Second We will make corporations
pay their share of taxes.
Third We will require unimproved
property to bear a greater percentage
Fourth We will carefully tax per
sonal property and create an officer
for the detection of tax shirking.
Fifth We will reduce the percent
age of taxes paid by improved farms
and city homes.
Sixth We will submit an amend
ment to the constitution providing for
local option in taxation.
First We will establish state stock
yanls at South Omaha.
Second We will establish state life
and fire insurance.
Third We will provide for the pub
lic ownership of public utilities.
First We will abolish the fellow
Second We will abolish the $5,000
limit of damages in cases of death by
Third We will prohibit the courts
from setting aside verdicts for the
reason that damages are too large.
Fourth We will make it a crime
for employers to blacklist employes.
First We condemn the pardon of
Second We condemn the burning
of two state institutions by careless
Third We condemn the republican
party because it allows corporations
to dominate its policies , nominate its
ticket , elect its senators , pardon its
defaulters , fix their own taxes and
make their own laws.
Fourth The people's party will re
turn power to the people. Our candi
dates by the act of accepting nomina
tions agree that they will carry out
this platform to the letter ; that they
will not ride on freepasses , and that
they will not take one cent of com
pensation for services under any
name , except their "constitutional sal
Fifth The people's.party gave to the
state the best , safest and most eco
nomical government it ever enjoyed. '
If returned to power we pledge the
people of Nebraska honesty , fidelity ,
firmness , economy , ability and progress
in the administration of affairs.
Pursuant to action taken at a meet
ing of the executive committee held in
Lincoln , April 23 , 1902 , the electors of
the people's independent party of Ne
braska are hereby notified that on
Tuesday , the 24th day of June , A. D. ,
1902 , at 3 o'clock p. m. of said day , a
state nominating , convention of said
party will be held in the city of Grand
Island , Nebraska , for the purpose of
nominating candidates for the follow
ing offices to be voted for at the gen
eral election of 1902 :
One candidate for governor
One candidate for lieutenant-gov
One candidate for secretary of state.
One candidate for auditor of public
One candidate for treasurer.
One candidate for superintendent of
One candidate for attorney general.
One candidate for commissioner of
public lands and buildings.
3aid convention is also called for the
purpose of selecting a state central
committee of said party and for trans
action of such other business as may
properly come before it. The basis of
representation is fixed at one delegate
for each county and one delegate for
each 100 votes or major fraction there
of cast for Governor Wm. A. Poynter
for governor at the general election of
1900. The representation of the vari
ous counties is as follows :
Adams 22 Johnson 13
Antelope 15 Kearney 12
Banner 2 Keith 3
Elaine 2 Keya Paha . . . 4
Boone 15 Kimball 1
Box Butte . . . 6 Knox 17
Boyd 8 Lancaster . . . . 58
Brown 4 Lincoln 13
Buffalo 22 Logan 2
Burt IGLoup 2
Butler 2lMcPherson . . . 2
Cass 23 Madison IS
Cedar ITMerrick 11
Chase 4 Nance 10
Cherry 6 Nemaha 19
Clay 20Nuckolls 16
Cheyenne 6 Otoe 24
Colfax 15 Pawnee 12
Cuming 18 Perkins 3
Custer 22 Pierce 10
Dakota S Phelps 11
Dawes SPlatte 22
Dawson 15 Polk 15
Deuel 4 Red Willow . . 10
Dixon 12 Richardson . . . 20
Dodge 26 Rock 4
Douglas 128 Saline 21
Dundy 4 Sarpy 11
Fillmore 20 Sau7iders 29
Franklin 12 Scotts Bluff . . 3
Frontier 9 Seward 20
Furnas 14 Sheridan 8
Gage 27 Sherman 8
Garfield 3 Sioux 3
Gosper 7 Stanton 9
Grant 2 Thayer 16
Greeley 10 Thomas 2
Hall ' . . . . IDThurston 7
Hamilton 17 Valley 9
Harlan * . . 10 Washington . . 15
Hayes 4 Wayne 11
Hitchcock 6 Webster 15
Howard 14 Wheeler 3
Holt 16 York 20
Jefferson 17 Total 1224
It is recorrimended that county con
ventions be called to meet on Satur
day , the 21st day of June , A. D. 1902.
And that the primaries in the various
voting precincts held for the purpose
of electing delegates to the county
convention be held not earlier than
Saturday , the 14th day of June. A. D. ,
1902. It is also recommended that the
various county conventions elect an
equal number of alternates to the state
convention and that steps be taken to
secure , if possible , a full delegation to
the state convention.
By order of the executive committee
of the people's independent party of
Nebraska. C. Q. DE FRANCE ,
J. R. FARRIS , Chairman.
Democratic State Convention
The democratic call is for the same
time and place as the populist call
above ( Grand Island. June 24 , 1902 , at
3 o'clock p. m. ) , for nomination of
eight state officers , and "to transact
such other business as may properly
come before the convention. " The ap
portionment is based upon the votes
cast for Hon. W. D. Oldham for at
torney general in 1900 , and the rep
resentation of the various counties is
identical with the populist representa
tion above , except as to the following
counties : Boyd 9 , Butler 22 , Cass 24 ,
Cheyenne 3 , Clay 19 , Colfax 15 , Dawee
7 , Deuel 4. Dodge 26 , Douglas 127 , Fill-
more 19. Hall 18 , Harlan 11. Knox 16 ,
Lancaster 55 , Lincoln 12 , McPherson
1. Nance 9 , Saunders 28 , Scotts Bluff
4 , Sheridan 9 , Valley 10. Webster 14 ;
making a total of 1,210 delegates.
No recommendations are made as to
time of holding county conventions ,
and the call is signed by
P. L. HALL , Chairman.
C. B. SCOTT , Sec'y Pro Tern.
Some anti-imperialist republicans
have progressed so far as to say :
"Nothing will be so beneficial to the
republican party and so surely enable
it to recover its sanity as a thorough
beating at the polls this fall. "
The Boers fought 300,000 troops for
three years and then made the English
pay them a war indemnity of $15-
000,000 , besides forcing them to furnisn
&apital without interest to begin busi
ness a ain. The London Hooligans
call that a great British victory.
MISS VIRGINIA GRANES
Tells How Hospital Physicians
Use and Rely upon lordia E.
Pinkham's Tegetable C o in-
" DEAR MRS. PINKIIAM : Twelve
years continuous service at the sick
bed in some of our prominent hospi
tals , as well as at private homes , has
given me varied experiences with the
diseases of women. I have nursed soino
MISS VIRGINIA GRANES ,
President of > " urses'Assoeiat iun Vatortown T.Y.
most distressing cases of inflammation
and ulceration of the ovaries and womb.
I have known that doctors used Ijydia
E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Com
pound , when everything else failed
witli their patients. I have advised my
patients and friends to use it and have
yet to hear of its first failure to cure.
u Four years ago I had falling of the
womb from straining in lifting a heavy
patient , and knowing of the value of
your Compound I began to use it at
once , and in six weeks I was well once
more , and have had no trouble since.
I am most pleased to have had an oppor-
t..aity to say a few words in praise cf
your Vegetable Compound , and sh : 11
take every occasion to recommend it. "
Miss VIRGINIA GRANES. $ sooo forfeit if
about testimonial Is not genuine.
liydia E. Piiikham's Vegetable
Compound has stood the test of
time , and has cured thousands.
Mrs. Pinkham advises sick wo
men free. Address , Lynn , Masa.
End of It All.
He "I would propose to y 'U if I
knew what to say. "
She 'You wouldn't if you knew
what I'd say. "
Each package of PUTNAM FADE
LESS DYE colors more goods than any
other dye and colors them better , too.
" A noted phyiscian of Paris asserts
that it is impossible for a habitual
drunkard to have sound cbldren.
The interior passages of the Egyp
tian pyramids are to be illuminated
with electricity for the benefit of
visitors and tourists.
French chariots in London are to
benefit by $11.550 collected in Paris
by the Figaro.
PI TO JVrmaiifiitlvCurMl. nontsornerveasncrshuel
il I C flrot Jay's Use of Dr. Kline's OreaC Jierve lie-
sto - l cf""I - 1C EF > 2 00-rialbotr.e.iniilreattM ! .
DK. It. H. XTIV 1 tel SMI"S . .Philadelphia 1'a.
Ladies * KOVOIII Kouns elastic , pliiblf. tool and
comfortable , illw a } s in > hipe Per pair , postpaid to
any address 35c. MIlwuiiLte Dry Uoodti 1.0. , ML-
uaiikeu , Wis.
One hundred and fifty landladies
have been summoned at Vienna for
taking in boarders without permis
sion of the police.
Oil from the cotton seed , sunflower
seed , olives or peanuts contains the
fat elements of meat as well as its
other food quantities.
Successful efforts have recent
ly been made in Westphal.a
to induce the country people to re
tain their national costumes. .
lloiu lie.on ICuutl.
Tramp "Please , mum , 1 am told !
chat most women save a peace ot-
their weddin' cake for years. "
Mrs. Suburb "f presume thab 1ft
true. I have mine. "
Tramp ' 'Yees , rnum. Would you !
be so kind as to lend it to me to put
under me pillow tonight , so I'll
dream of th' one I'm goin' to mar
ry ? . ' '
AM , UP-TO-DATE HOUSKKKEPEK3
Use Red Cross Hall Blue. Jt makes clothe *
clean and sweet as when new. All grocers.
Deafnets Cuimot ne Cured
by local applications , as they cannot reach to *
dMweil portion of the ear. There Is only ona
way to euro ilealnosb. and that Is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness h > caused by an In
flamed condition of the mticoim lining of : ho
I EiMuchian Tube , WIu-li this tube Is inflamed
, you havo a rumbling sound or Imperfect hear-
uiR. and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness \ *
the result , and unless the Infaininatlon can be
taken out and this tube restored to Its normal
condition , hearing will bo tltx troml forever ;
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh ,
which b nothing but an lullamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
V > 'o will L'ho One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness ( caused by catarrh ) that can *
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulars , free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. , Toledo , 0 ,
J2T-Sold by Druggists , 75c.
Hall's Family IMIls are the best.
Mother "It's all folly to talk ot
marrying so young , Wait until
Ceui e is a few years older. "
Daughter'lie is able to support
a wife now. "
Mother "Yes but he has always
lived at home with his mother.
( Jive him time to learn to sew on
his cm buttuns. "
ICKO CKO-S ISAM , IJLUE
-tinnld b > in "very hnrne As. your grocer
lor it. Larj ; ! t mi' -fun iv f cents.
I u M mi i < ) I , \e.
Jeffson ' 'Tu.k about mean men ,
old Hardhead beats anything 1 ever
saw. Tin low dcwn mean to live
that's what he is. "
.limsou "What has he been do
ing ? "
JelTson ; 'I dropped in to eet him
to sign a petition , and the fellow
actually insisted on reading it. "
Electric railways are rapidly dis
placing the old-fashioned diligence
For the icstoration of the tombs of
the old German emperors in the ca
thedral at Speyer the Bavarian par
liament has granted 120,000 marks.
Cereals with eggs or vegetable oli
furnish all the food elements neces
sary to sustain a man in health , no
matter how laLorious his occupation.
In the tests of guns on the ships
of the North Atl.-ntc squadron re
cently the man b hind the gun
the target seven riu.es in eleven.
After Twenty Years.
Lusks Springs. I ml. , Juno 9tli. II
would be hard to liutl a happier mm
than .Mr. William Cattcrson of this
place has been for the la.st few weeks.
For twenty years his wife had been an
invalid with a complication of diseases ,
Neuralgia , Rheumatism and generally
broken down constitution.
Mr. Catterson had done everything
that loving care could surest , but in.
vain-his wife only grew worse.
Recently , however , he heard of
Dodd's Kidney Pills and determined to
give them a trial and was overjoyed
at the splendid result.
From the very beginning of the treat
ment she commenced to improve , till
now she is nearly well and Mr. Catter-
son is rejoicing. He says : "Nothing
ever did her so much good. We will
always praise Dodd's Kidney Pills fur
the good work they have done for us. "
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