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8 THE OiMAIIA DAILY BEEr TUESDAY , JULY 10 , 1895.
RELATIVES ATTACK THE WILL
Ohargo that the Wife Exerted Undue In
fluence Over Ilev Husband ,
THEY WANT A SLICE OF THE BOGGS ESTATE
Drothcra and Cistern of the Ilcnil Man Ar
rayed In Court ARiilnnt the WIUo\r ,
Who Holds the 1'roparty Under
the Terms of a Will ,
The will of the late George II. Boggs Is to
be contested In the probate court. Several
of the brothers and sisters of the deceased
have banded together and have determined
if possible by means of a lawsuit to cut Mrs.
Ida M. Boggs , the legatee under the will , out
of. the extensive property left her by her
husband , according to the provisions of a
document purporting to be the last will and
testament of George H. Boggs and signed
by him a few weeks prior to his death.
Mr. Boggs died on June 1 , last , and on
June 13 his wife appeared In probate court
and filed the will of her husband , together
with a petition asking to be appointed ad
ministratrix of the estate. The case was
set for hearing before Judge Baxter yes
terday , when Mrs. Boggs expected to prove
her claims without a contest. In this she
was disappointed , for at the appointed hour
for the hcirlng attorneys appeared with a
notice of their Intention to break the will ,
having received Instructions from John Boggs
of Blair to take legal steps at once. After
some delay the cate was set for hear
ing on the first Monday In August , when the
ulsters and brothers of the late George H.
Hoggs will bo given an opportunity to at
tack the Instrument under which the widow-
was made the heir to the property.
It Is understood that the will will be at
tacked on the ground of undue Influence
exerted by Mrs. Boggs over her husband.
When the facts are brought out on the trial
It Is promised that the showing will be quite
as Interesting as the proceedings" are novel.
Incapacity to make a will at the time of
drawing it Is to bo another ground of at
tack.Mr. . Boggs drew up the contested will last
May. He left his wife practically every
thing , including the homestead , on North
Twentieth street , with appurtenances and
personal property , all his bonds , warrants ,
etc. , and a lot near the High school. The
balance of the estate was entrusted to Harry
Westerflcld , as trustee , to be by him cared
for , 'tho net rents to be deposited in a bank
for the use of Mrs. Boggs during her life
time , and after her death to go In equal pro
portions to the brothers and sisters of George
H. Boggs , of whom there are nine. The
property Is estimated to be worth not less
rerguiioii Ktrki llnck.
D. H. Ferguson , for a time president of the
Denver Savings bank , has Hied an answer to
the petition of that Institution , wherein he
YaV charged by the bank with being a party
to a Fchemo to defraud It by making heavy
loans from the bank's funds for his private
emolument. He not only denies this , but al
leges that the bank has victimized him by
Betting him to come to Omaha , when through
a previously concocted scheme ho was served
wfth summons In this suit In order to Involve
him In litigation away from his friends and
prtpeHy. Ferguson atka to have the case dis
, W.IllIn III * Niitnu Dropped ( Int.
C. F , Harrison , one of the numerous defend
ants In the suit of H. H. Benham against the
Omaha Driving and Park association , has filed
anans\ver In which ho Invites Benham to In
spect t.ho court record of February 16 , 1894 ,
where he saya It will be found that a decision
was rendered , clearing him of all connection
with ( ho present suit. He wants his name
dwmpdd' from the list ofthe parties defend
ant , whojfalled : td pay up their subscriptions ,
< \ .Minor Court Mutter * .
Mary Ilulst has asked G. M. Hitchcock
to. pay her what Is duo on a $5,000 promls-
eqry note which she claims to hold against
him. The note was executed In 1892. She
nljows him Jpr some Interest pild , bringing
thjo amount claimed down to$4C50. The de
fendant has filed his answer , denying the In-
, The Cudahy Packing company prefers to
have the United States circuit court try the
$25,000 damage suit of George Schatz , which
ho ; brought against It a short time since In
district court on account of having liad his
clothing caught In a revolving screw and his
right arm thereby lacerated. A removal
bond has been duly filed.
'Char'es J. Barber Is sure that he Is the
landlord of a piece of property described as
the south % 6f lot 15 , section 34. township
15 ; His claims on this score have been re
jected , EO ho says , by Sils tenants , who be
gan renting of him last November and refuse
to acknowledge his title , much less pay the
rents. Ho sues J. II. Glllen and wife for po-
sesslon of the premises.
'Mary B. Harrison claims that she- owned a
mantle "club grate" with andirons to match ,
aijd pther such household stuff for a whole
year , nobody questioning her title until June
11. 1895. when Constable Houck stepped Into
her liomo with a writ Issued under the name
of the N. 0. Nelson Manufacturing Company
and seized the goods. She sues for $151 for
illegal conversionmaking the constable and
his bondsmen defendants.
Attorneys in the Mary E. Ramacclottl will
p contest have discovered , so tliey aver , evi
dences of fraud perpetrated by those repre
senting the estate. On Juno 13
nn extension of forty days was
given under nn order of the court and these
additional days , It IB alleged , were secured
by fraudulent representations to the court.
They want the order vacated. The case was
being prepared for the supreme court to re
"Fussy" women are one of the evils of life ,
No fussy anxiety In homej where Dr. Price's
Baking Powder Is used ,
CONVENTION WAS A SUCCESS.
( Superintendent Marble fp : ks In High
Terms of thn li > n\er ( ! tliorln < : .
Superintendent Marble of the city schools
returned Sunday from Denver , where he
participated in the deliberations of the an
nual convention of the National Educational
association. Ho states that the convention
was the larg.st and most Interesting that
has yet been held. There were nearly 10,000
members In attendance , and this largely ex
ceeded the record of any previous year. Tht
papers were of an exceptionally high ordei
of merit , and the Interest manifested In the
discussions and exercises was very marked. .
The only feature that detracted from the
success ol the convention was the continual
rain , which lasted during the entire week
Mr. Marble's paper on "The Ethical Ele
ment in Patriotism" was received with
marked favor. Miss Fannie Arnold , super
visor of music In the Omaha schools , read
a very Interesting paper on subjects con
nected with her department.
Always have a bottle or two of Cook's
1 Hxtra Dry Imperial Champagne In your ice
chest ; then you will always be ready for
ilALf UVTIOS TO I1ALT1.MOUI5
Vln the IlnrlliiBton Itoulr.
Tickets on sale July 15 and 1C. Good to re
turn until Auguit S. Three dally trains Oma ate
to Chicago , 9:50 : a. m. , 4:45 : p. m. and 7:5C :
p. in. , all making close connections with the
Chicago-Baltimore lines. Ticket ofllce , 132 !
ChinlHUqint Lake Kxouriloni Utery Huy
Hound trip , CMutauqua lake tickets , goot
until October 32. are now on sala via thi
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern railway
Handsomely Illustrated descriptive book , will
any Information desired , will be Bent on ap
plKatlqii. B , p. Humphrey , T. P , A. , Kansa
Cfty , Mo. ; C. K , Wilber , western passenge
agent , Chicago. |
Card of Thunks.
'Wo with to extend to our many friend !
our sincere thanks for their kindness am
eympatby In the death and burial of oui
husband and father. Especial thanks are ex
tended to Mr. Jacob Hsuck , K. of P. No. 26
Veteran Firemen , and Omaha Saengerbun.J
MRS. O. ZIMMERMAN.
MR. AND MRS. C. DOERINQ.
MB. AND MRS. II. 4. SA.NUEH.
CO.M.MON MKNSU VIEW
Of the Chance * of buccem for the nncr-
H goes without laying that gold dollars
are not to' be picked off the trees or success
won without continued effort In any place
under the sun , but there are places , how
ever , where by reason of climate , qualities
of soil , means of transportation and other
potent circumstances a man of ordinary abil
ity , energy and perseverance cannot fall of
ultimata success. There are places where
ho can take a piece of land , fay twenty
acres , and on It not only earn a good living
for himself and his family , but save money ,
nnl In the end acquire a sufficiency of this
world's goods. In such a region nature her
self aids your own efforts by furnishing you
with a soil of unequalled richness , steady
and abundant rains sufficient , for all crops ,
and a climate whose evenness fn summer and
mildness In winter allows of your raising two
or three separate crops every year. In ad
dition to all of this you have railroads that
bring to your door the markets of the whole
country , markets that pay you the best prices
for all your prolucts. It Is for such reasons
as thU that orchard homes lands In central
Mississippi are worth Investigating , and , what
Is more , are worth buying as a permanent ,
profitable and delightful home. Examine ,
for Instance , the following record of a single
product of this fertile region ; It is carefully
compiled nnd not exaggerated it Is a plain
record of facts :
1 ncre strawberries , net return $ 203 00
G acres strawberries , net return I.fiOO flO
2 acres strawberries , net return CTfl on
ncres strawberries , net return 218 00
1 ncret strawberries , net return. . 1.4(0 mi
.1 aero * strawberries , net return. . 1,500 00
2 acres strawberries , net return. . era oo
I'A ' acres stniwberrles.net return 292 00
26 poach tree ? , only 4 years old ,
One-half acre Japan plums , 3 years
old , netted 2100
Those who want to take advantage of the
times and get a start In this section of fruit
growing and garden farms should investi
gate now. Organize Into groups of from two
to fivefamilies. . Full partlcilars and all
needed Information on application to George
W. Ames , 1617 Farnam street , Omaha , Neb.
Spirit I.itko-Okoliij' ' .
Cottages J30.00 for season , 1401 Farnam
If you lia-e the rheumatism or neuralgia ,
any kidney or uterine trouble , are emaciated
or have superfluous flesh and your doctor
orders baths , before going to the expense of
a trip , try our baths.
You can have Turkish or Russian , medl-
cateJ , vapor , electric , eea salt , sulphur , Mer
curial , oil rubs and hot milk baths.
Attendants first class.
Ma'sage by an educateJ masseuse.
Ladles' Turk'sh ' .baths and physical cul
ture parlors , 109-110 Ber building.
Vln thn bnntn Fn lEonte.
For lowest rates on tickets and best ac
commodations call on or address E. L.
Palmer , P. A. Santa Fe Route , Room 1 , First
National Bank , Omaha.
HALf F.UtUTO It.VLllMOUi : .
Half I'nro to Haltlm ire , Ilulf Faro to ll.iltl-
HALF FARE TO BALTIMORE.
Monday and Tuesday , July 15 and 16 , via
the Northwestern line ; through cars and sev
eral other things people want.
CITY TICKET OFFICE , 1401 FARNAM ST.
These tickets are good on the "limited"
No. 2 , as well as other trlans.
A Few flvantncrct
Offered by the Chicago , Milwaukee & St
Paul railway , the short line to Chicago. A
clean train , made up and started from
Omaha. Baggage checked from residence to
destination. Elegant rain service and
courteous employes. Entire train lighted by
electricity and haated by steam , with electric
light In every berth. Finest dining car
cervlco In the W.CEI. with meals served "a la
carte. " The Flyer haves at 6 p.'m. . dally
from Union depot. ' '
City ticket office , 1504 Farnam street. C
S. Carrier , city ticket agent.
" . -onth Dakota.
Fine hotels at reasonable prices. Enquire
1401 Farnam street.
COMMISSION FIKM IJf TROUBLE.
Terry Ilrother * of South Oinnhu Not ilolnj ;
Perry Bros. & Co. , live stock commission
men of South Omaha , are in trouble and
were not doing business yesterday. The firm
Is composed of Henry Johnson , Arthur Perry ,
W. J. Perry and C. L. Mllenz. W. J. Perry
Is the local manager , while Arthur Perry
and Henry Johnson live at Wanoo , where
they have large business interests. AccordIng -
Ing to the statement of Mr. McPherson ,
cashier of the Union Stock Yards bank , the
flrm had been carried by the bank for a long
tlmo on the strength pf the statement made
by Arthur Perry and Henry Johnson ns to
the amount and value of their property. Re
cently the bank learned tnat these parties
had mortgaged their property and that they
were In debt to the home banks , Last week ,
on learning these facts , Mr. McPherson sent
his assistant to Wahoo and demanded -that
the members of the flrm there give security
on the bank's claim. This being refused
the bank charged up to P rry Bros. ' account
the amount of their past due paper. In the
meantime the flrm had been selling live stock
conslgneJ from the country and depositing
the money In the bank and sending their
checks Into the country to pay the shippers.
When these checks returned the bank pro
tested them. As a result the men wno
shipped live stock to Perry Bros , during the
last few days are out their money.
W. J. Perry , the local representative of
the flrm , stated that they had not been
treated fairly ; that the bank held out all
their chocks since Thursday and dll not give
notice of the protest until Saturday afternoon.
Ho said that his flrm would contest the
action of the bank In the courts. According
to his statement the flrm has $18,148.43 , the
proceeds of catl'e sales , in the bank.
From rugged New England to opulent Cali
fornia Price's Cream Baking Powder Is pre-
emlnentl ) favored.
WAS NO ! A CASE OF &UICIDE.
Jury Koturni a Verdict In the Nook Case
Ciiuno of Death.
An Inquest was held yesterday on the
remains of Valentine Nock , who died at his
home , No. 3 Nock avenue , Saturday evening.
The evidence offered by the physicians was
that death had been caused by apoplexy which
might have been caused from the morphine
which the deceased had taken , or might have
resulted from other causes.
The jury returned a verdict that the. de
ceased came to his death from an apoplepilc
The funeral was held from the residence
yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock , and was at
tended by a large number of friends who
had known Mr. No < : k during his many years'
residence In this city.
1ST OTH ING can be substituted for the ROYAL
1 * BAKING POWDER and give as good re-
suits. No other leavening agent will make
such light , sweet , delicious , wholesome food.
I tint Ilroiut , > otr Orlenn * .
1\4 pints corn meal , ' / pint flour , 1 tablespoonful -
spoonful migar , 1 teaspoonful gait , two heapIng -
Ing teagpoonfuU Royal Baking Powder , 1
tableipoonful lard , l'i pints milk , 2 eggs.
Sift together corn meal , Hour , uugar , salt
and po\yder ; rub in lard cold , add eggs
( beaten ) , and the milk ; mix into a moder
ately stiff batter : pour from bowl into shallow
cake pan. U.iko lu rather hot oven 30
One and one-half pints flour , one-half tea-
spoonfcl salt , one teaipoonful sugar , two tea-
ipoonfult Royal Baking Powder , one egg ,
nearly a pint milk and crtum in equal parti ,
one leatpoonful extract cinnamon. Sift to
gether flour , lalt , tugar and powder ; add
beaten cpe. milk , , cream and extract ; mix
into mtuer firm batter , hall fill large created
VANQUISHED BY HER RIVAL
Two Women Who Make Records for
FIERCE FIGHT IN PLEASANT GREEN CHURCH
Sifter * Onlly nml . ' psncer Kntcr the riitlo
Arenu , from Which the Latter Comes
Out n Winner frllK Wlrtli
SccUInc , Itevence.
Pleasant Green Baptist church circles are
all torn up over a row between members , the
conclusion of which will be reached In the
police court , where Sister Jennie Spencer Is
awaiting trial on the charge of assault and
battery preferred by the state at the Instance
of Sister Hattto Dally.
There were some doings at the church the
other night and a good deal of rivalry en
gendered among the members over the part
taken In the affair. Sister Spencer was not
satisfied with the share of credit that fell
to her lot for the success of the event and
blamed her more successful rival , Slater
Dally , with not having toted fair In bestowing
honors for faithful service In the cause. This
caused a row at once and when the pastor
took a hand In the affair ho found Sister Dally
on the floor getting very much the worst of
the fight , with Sister Spencer aggressively
making a record for herself as a pugilistic
The matter had rene too far to bo hushed
up and the pastor"escorted the bruised and
vanquished Sister Dally to the police station ,
where a warrant was sworn out charging Sister -
tor Spencer with assault and battery. The
case will have a hearing today.
HOOKHU roil ANOrilKIl TIMt.U IN 1'KM.
Becoming Too rumlllnr with Silverware
M ? FurnUh the Ticket.
William Nixon has got Into line for an
other term at the penitentiary at Lincoln.
He was sent up about a year ago for com
plicity In the burglary of Larsen's tailor
shop and had just been released , having
served his term. He was arrested a few days
ago with William Ryan and Lou Cassldy ,
charged with the burglary of the residence
of James Morton at-1710 Chicago street.
Ryan and Cassldy were arrested while look
ing for the silverware which had been stolen
from Mr. Morton's residence , and had been
planted In a vacant lot on Twenty-ninth
street. They at once sqiiealed on Nixon
and he was airested. Ryan and Cassldy al-
fcge that they were told by Nixon that he
had planted the silverware and had been
asked by him to go and dig It up. While
they were locating the find the police arrested
them. Cassldy has been released on parole
on account of the dea'th of his grandfather.
Nixon will be given a hearing today and
Ryan Is being held as a witness against him.
The stolen silverware has been recovered and
has been Identified by Mr. Morton.
WITNESS KNEW WILLIAM lilt K * .
I'urtloi Who Itobucd Stocklmm's Store Ilol'l
to the District Court.
George Rice and William Collins were given
a hearing In polled court yesterday on
the charge of having burglarized the shoe
store of A. E. Stockham on the night of
Mrs. Hicks , at whoso house the prisoners
had rooms , was one of the witnesses for the
state , and was not 'allogetner pleased with
her job. "William HIcUs ? Dill Hicks ? Do
I know Hill Hicks ? " she asked In response
to a question , "Of course I know him. I'm
his ma. Whatfcr you \\Anta ask such fool
questions J'V . " . , '
She testified that" no 'policeman * had visited
her house on th'e morning- after the robbery'
and when Detective Hayes stood up she said ,
"Dat'a the man that cum to my place. He
oln no pleeceman. Why doan you stan up
dar so a feller can see you. He's de man
that cum up dar and foun dose butlful
The evidence was all one way and the
prisoners were held to the district court.
riisLiN < i 11 VULY LACUKATCU
On Account of a Publication Hu Secures
the Arrant of an Killtor.
G. M. Heln , editor of the Omaha Echo ,
has been arrested on a charge of criminal
libel , preferred by Fritz Wlrth of the City
In the Information on which the warrant
was sworn out , Wlrth alleges that there ap
peared a llbelous and defamatory article In
the Echo on June 30 , In which Wlrth's
Music hall was designated as a disorderly re
sort. The article went on to charge that
Wtrth and people about thu place had
plucked a drunken visitor of $5. The drinks ,
so the article stated , were charged to the
stranger and the change , $4.30 , appropriated
by ono of the women about the place. The
editor , or reporter of the paper protested
against the transaction and Wlrth took the
money from the woman's stocking and
placed It In the pocket of the stranger.
Heln hap been arrested and his pre
liminary hearing fixed for next Monday.
Srtdly .Mixed on Ifniea.
Darta Uoutney Is apt to have a lot of
trouble over getting his dates mixed. Frank
Novak was recently arrested In the police
court charged with having called Mrs. MIs-
llvtc some hard names. Houtney was one
of the principals and swore that ho Wus at
Gibson on that day and heard Novak use the
language charged in the complaint. Novak
now alleges that on the day referred to
Boutnoy was at work In the smelter and
could not have been at Gibson as he has
sworn. A warrant has been Issued for llout-
ney's arrest on the charge of perjury.
Sir. Co'.It .Made it Mintage.
Julius C&tilt , a grocer's clerk , was tried In
police court yesterday on the charge of
having made Indecent overtures to Maggie
Render , a 12-year-old girl. Maggie was on
her way to church Sunday and saw Cohlt
In a box car. He tried to entice her Into the
car. She ran to the house of a friend , who
called Ofllcer Edghill and had Cohltt arrested.
After hearing the evidence In the case Judge
Derka fined Cohlt $50 and sentenced him to
thirty days in the county jail. The case
will be appealed. . -
Mum c tjot Her Mmicy'n Worth ,
Mamlo Empklt was in police court yesterday
morning and paid a fine of $4 Imposed upon
her for having used abusive language to a
neighbor. She admitted the offense , but
pleaded great provocation , . She paid her
line pleasantly and then took a seat and ap
parently got a great deal of satisfaction out
muflln rings on hot , well greased griddle ;
bake on one side of them only. Serve hot
with cottage cheese.
Ho ft WnllUii.
One quart flour , one-half teatpoontul gait ,
one teaspoonful sugar , two teaspoonfuls Royal
| Baking Powder , one large tablespoonful but-
I ter , two cggi , one and one-half pints milk.
t Sift together flour , salt , sugar and powder ;
riib In butter cold ; add beaten eggs and milk ;
mix into smooth consistent batter that will
run eailly and limpid from mouth of pitcher.
Have wattle-Iron hot , and carefully greased
tach time ; fill two-third * , close It up , when
brown turn over. Sift sugar on them , serve
Cnrrnnt .Iclljr ( < iinc < * .
.Melt 1 cupful red currant jelly , 1 glais white
wine and 1 teaipoonful Royal Extract Rasp
5f seeing Judge Ilerka soak a number of
offenders , She left ht noon , with the ex
pression of a wonun i who had got her
( lolilttuiti In tttn Wrong 1'rw.
Dr. A. M. Goldsttni rut gloriously full of
whisky yesterday and went f Into the
Young Men's Christian association building
to sleep off the effects of his spree. He
was taken to the police station , where It
was found that he warn wanted at Lincoln
Khonmntlo I'M Inn ll.ivo l.oft.
"I was troubled with rheumatic pains In
my arms , limbs and btidy , and also suffered
with sickness after riding a long distance. I
have been taking Hood's Sarsaparllla and the
rheumatic pains have entirely left me , and I
am now never troubled with sickness. " A.
L. Zlnn , 410 Builders Exchange , Kansas
City , Mo.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
RAINED WHERE IT WAS NEEDED
Kallrondi Jtcport Abiiml.tnt .Moisture Alone
Ihrlr I. turn In Mitny l.ocnllllen.
The Missouri Pacific reports magnificent
rains Saturday night all through the north
ern portion of Kansas , as far west as Lenora.
It rained also for about two hours along the
The Elknorn reports good rains In Iowa
and the whole of the South Platte country
Saturday night , while along the Albion and
Verdigris lines there was n downpour , an
Inch and a half falling at York , just where
It was most needed. There were good rains
practically over the whole of the B. & M.
system and particularly in the South Platte
Chief Engineer Berry of the Elkhorn Is
authority for the statement that the Elkhorn
valley Is a garden , beautiful and picturesque
In its garb of yellow and green. Holt county
has surprised Us most enthusiastic advo
cates by raising a big crop of small grain ,
larger than ever before In Its history. Grass
on the stock ranges Is better than for
years , and ho cannot recall a time when
prospects were brighter.
nr.oom' noun or A. CUTTHIIO.IT
Miloon Keeper While In n Itngo Murder *
III * Wife mill ( hllil.
CHICAGO , July 15. Peter Hazel , a saloon
keeper at Fifty-ninth street and Wabash ave
nue , In a fit of drunken rage today fatally
Injured his wife and child and himself. Hazel
has been drinking heavlJy and made frequent
threats of taking his life. His \ < lfo remon
strated with him , and becoming furious Hazel
seized a butcher knife and , throwing Mrs.
Hazel upon a table , cut her throat from ear
to car. He then turned upon his child , a little
girl , and holding her up by the hair hacked
her throat and face In a half-dozen places ,
finishing the work by driving the bloody
blade Into his own neck. The three were dy
ing when help reached them.
"Fortune comes well to all that comes not
late , " says Longfellow1. Secure the best
fortune In good timol by using Dr. Price's
Cream Baking Powder ;
.Mullock Iilriitlllci the. A niiluut. !
Detective Savage yesterday arrested
Swan Bcrgncr , who is suspected of having
assaulted George Modlock , the veteran ex-
secton of Prospect Hill cemetery.
Bergner was taken before Mr. Medlock ,
who positively Identified him as the man who
committed the assault. Mr. Medlock , was
assaulted Friday night while near his home
at Seventeenth and Cass streets. He was
so badly beaten by his assailant that he Is
not expected to recover.
llnilroiul ItobUerr llrrulu Jntl.
GREEN BAY , WIs. , July 15. George Me
Kcnzle , one of the men first arrested in con
nectlon with the wholesale robberies of can
on the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Pau
escaped from jail last .night. The tools uset
In InalitrtglSilB ( escape were tfurnlshed by par
ties on .the outside of the jail. McKenzle wai
accompa'nled in jJils escape by Henry Des
mend , a short time prisoner. The other mer
In jail refused to leave.
The following marriage licenses were 1
sued yesterday by the county judge :
Name nnd address. i Age
Frank N. Herzlng , Lennmer Co. , Mich. . . S
Ella M. Warllfld , Ashl.iml . 1
Elmer C. Held , noonc. la . . . . . . . 2
Bertha B. ParKp , JJooncIn . 2
August IlledlliiKcr , Sarpy tounty . 2
Lena Koliler , Omaha . 2
NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND
the bad hnbits and
early vices of young
men anil their dis
ces. YotuiR men
and old men , those
who suffer from
nervous debility and
exhaustion , the
wasting away of the
vital strength mid
power frqnx hidden
drain * ; or intemper
ate habits can readi
ly find relief for body nnd mind by writing
the World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion , of Buffalo , N. Y. They employ a full
staff of physiciani and Specialists , who
treat at a distance by correspondence or at
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute
of Buffalo- this class of diseases. Those
who suffer from low spirits , irritable
temper , a "broken-down" nervous sys
tem , and such distressing symptoms as
backache , dizziness , shooting pains in header
or chest and indigestion , sexual excesses
or abuses , all the result of exhausting dis
eases or drains upon the system , will find
a permanent cure after taking the special
prescription1 ! Pent them from the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute. This associa
tion of medical men have prepared a book
written in plain but chaste language , treat
ing of the nature , symptoms and curability ,
by home treatment , of such diseases. The
World's Dispensary Medical Association ,
Proprietors of the Invalids' Hotel and Sur
gical Institute , Buffalo , N. Y. , will , on re
ceipt of this notice , with 10 cents ( in stamps
for postage ) mail , sealed in plain envelope ,
a copy of this useful book. It should be
read by every young man , parent and guar
dian in the land.
The Key'to the. Situation
if you suffer from Sick or Bil
ious Heartache , Constipation ,
Indigestion ) Bilious Attacks , or
any derangement of the stomach ,
liver and dxjwels is Dr. Picrce's
Pleasant 1'Pellets. Mildly and
gently , 1 > Ub < thoroughly ahd cf-
fectivelyjlthey cleanse , renovate
and regulnle the entire system.
One little " Pellet-'H for n gentle laxative-
three for a cathartic. . They're purely vege
table and perfect ! harmless : these tiny ,
sugar-coated graimles'bf Dr. Pierce.
because Ifite shrunk ?
If washedbi Vrtth
'twould always stnytlio simio Blzo. Sumo ID
true of blankitatuulall woolen coocR flonns
I'UKE-iiXccllciit fortho 11 ATI I.
MANUFACTURED OJJLT UY
RAWORTM & SCHODDE ,
CHICAGO. U. 25. A.
A STATESMAN'S '
Tim lion , Wllhert I ) . 1 iirnlmm , Jr. , Tclln
How lie Hni Cured by Unlng Miinyon'i
Itetitcdlc * .
The Hon. . Wllbert D. Fartilmm , Jr. , whose
naino wont before llio voters of Massachu-
eels last Npveinbcr , as a cnnillilnte for Sec
retary of State on the Prohibition ticket , IB
ono of the most prominent men In the cast.
Ic resides at 82 Devonshire street , Hoston ,
Masn. This IB what he writes of Munyon's
Homoeopathic Remedies :
"I selilom wrlto testimonials , but am glnd
: o give this ono. Of the many medicines 1
liavo tried to relieve the terrible distress of
Indigestion , 1 know of nothing equal to Pro
fessor Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure. I have suffered -
fered with this trouble for many years ,
and during on unusually severe attack last
month a friend gave mo a small bottle ol
Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure. "
Munyon's Stomach and Dyspepsia Cure
curea all forms of Indigestion and utomarii
troubles , such as constipation , rising of food ,
distress after eating , bloating of the stomach
ach , palpitation ct the heart , shortness ol
breath and all affections of the heart caused
by Indigestion. It sooths , heals and Invig
orates stomachs that have been weakened
by over-eating , or where the llulg of the
tomoch has been Impaired by physic and In
jurious medicines. Price 25 cents.
Munyon's Homoeopathic Home Komedy
Company , of Philadelphia , put up specifics for
nearly every disease , which are sold by all
druggists , mostly for 25 cents a bottle.
Those who are In doubt as to the na-
: ure of their disease should address Professor
Munyon , 1505 Arch street , Philadelphia , glv-
ng full symptoms of their disease. Professor
Munyon will carefully dlagncso the case and
give you the benefit of his advlco absolutely
_ 'ree of all charge. The Remedies will be
sent to any address on receipt of retail price.
A full line of
MUNYON'S REMEDIES ,
On hand. Mailed on receipt of price.
TJtll.ll.OK J'A'.M'IM.W CO. ,
ItOS Ftunam 8tr et. Oppoilte 1'axton UaUU
This extra Constipation ,
ordinary ReJuvenator - Dizziness ,
Juvenator is Falling Ben-
the most Rations , Nerv
wonderful ous twitching
discovery of of the eyes
the QRO. II and other
has been en pai 18.
dorsed by the
Icadlngsclcn- Strengthens ,
tiflc men of Invigorates
Europe and and tones the
Hudyan fa Hudran cures
Deb 111 ty ,
table. Nervousness ,
Hudiran stops Emissions ,
of the discharge
charge In 20 Pains in the
days. Cures back , lo.'sca
LOST by day or
quickly. Dyer 2,000 private endo-pcmcnK
I'rematurenoB means taootenoy In the first
EtttKO. It Is a tymptom of seminal weakness
and barrenness It can bo stopped in 20 days
The new dtoovcryvns roadn DV the Special
ists of the old famous Hudson Medical Institute.
It Is the Btronpest yltallzer made. It Is very
powerful , but haimkfs. Sold for 31.00 a package -
ago orS packages for 85.00 ( plain sealed boxes ) .
Written guarantee given for a cure. Ifyoubuy
fix boxes and are not antlrely cured , six more
will bo cent to you free of all charges.
Bend for clrculanand testimonials. Address
HUUaON MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,
Junction Stocktonillurltut < k Kill * Sts.
Sun I'runelNco. Cul.
Wo ( tnrt the mnrTflnns French I
ItomcCALTHOS ! f i--o , nml u I
It-Kill iuuraiiteotliatCALTH09 !
KTOI IHiichnrac * . ( . Uml.iloni , I
CITKI ! Nrwrmatnrrlica.urlvocilc I
and IlKSTOIIE Lo t Wear.
Vie ft and fay ifsatisjifit.
idlM , VON MOHL CO. ,
Bole American ifmU , llittnaill , Lhlo.
with as little as $15 or as
much as $50 in their pockets
for a made-to-order suit get
much the best by coming
direct to Nicoll the Tailor ,
where they can be correctly
dressed at hnlf the price ( for
cash ) than their wait-till-
who patronize credit tailors.
We prepare special induce
ments for young men in our
§ 15 , $18 , $20 and $25 suit-
Well-made overcoats made at
about the same price ,
Trousers to order , $4 to $14.
207 S , 15th STREET.
ALt. OUIl WOIIK MADIJ IN THIS CITY IIY
THU UUST JOUIl TAILOH3.
CHICAGO. ST. Louis.
ST. PAUU OMAHA.
WASHINGTON. New YORK. INDIANAPOLIS.
KANSAS Cur. SANTRANCISCO. MINNEAPOLIS.
HARTFORD. PCRTUND. ORE. LOSA.NGl.US.
Would yuo buy underwear nt n sacrifice ?
Wo have , according to tlio latest report from the furnlslilnca
manager , nn alarming surplus of underwear. Too ninny of this
sort , too much of that sort ; too inneh of bygone unfavorable weather.
At any rate , we must dispose of It In some form.
How would a majestic price cut suit ? Let's try.
All H."n' underwear reduced to liftc.
All -IHe and TOc underwear reduced to 35c.
All 7i"c underwear reduced tol.'e. .
Dollar underwear reduced to ( iOt .
All $1.15 and ? 1.U5 underwear reduced to 7fie.
Sounds more like a reduction of profits thnn n sacrlllee quite
true if the average unscrupulous one-half price , ROc on the dollar ,
give-away , or some other humbug sale Is to serve ns a criterion.
Different caliber of advertising here , dear reader. When we advertise
vertise- dollar garment for OOe It's gospel true that wo sacrlllee10e
on the article , and -10e Is twice as inncli as a dollar profits here.
Kasler to mark n Il.'c shirt up to 70c ntul sell It hal price than to
sell n I15c shirt at 25c but the latter way earned our success and we
shan't change It If the whole commercial world becomes corrupt.
. .BUYERS. .
Are again in the east making
'selections of the newest and brightest1
things shown in the Furniture and Car-1
pet trade. We have a few odds and ends
in our Furniture department which we wil-
close at cost. Straw Mattings down to Sc
per yard. Alaska Refrigerators at cost
Jewel Gasoline Stoves are the only abso
I 'ute safe stove on earth , and we are so't '
1 agents and sell them at the same piic : . '
thers want fo Home Destroyers.
If you have anything to buy in the way of
just remember that we lead the
Are You Car-Sick
When Traveling ?
Car-sickness is as trying to
many people as sea-sickness. It
comes from a derangement of the
stomach. A Ripans Tabule is an
insurance against it , and a box of
them should be [ Jin every traveler's
Rlpan'a Tabules : Sold by ilruggltti , or by mall
If the price (50 ( cents a box ) l > rnt to The III-
D pans Chemical Company , Ko. 10 Spruce it. , N. Y.
MARMAOUKE MILITARY INSTITUTE
The Great Military School of the West.
Also NIEDRINGHAUS HALL for Small Boys.
Unsurpassed Advantages. InvosttKate before selcctlii : usuhoul. Tor
A I\1.\ IflCIt ,
A DAUGHTER OH WARD TO ODUCATB-
The leading tchool In the Bnuthwrit l > the ichool jot
deilro KaniouioMfollegeKnllri-ly K ruriiUhed >
f Ilaudiomn 50-pogo Illuit. catalogue. Openi Sept , 4.
COLUMDIA , - - - MISSOURI. Mrs. Luella Wllcox St. Clalr , President.
EXACT SIZE PERFECTS
TUB MERCA1WLE IS TUB FAVORITE TEH CENT CIGAR.
Kor rale by all First Class Dealers. Manufactured Ly the
F. R. KtCE MERCANTILE CIGAR CO. ,
Fuctury No , 304 , tit. Loulu , Mo *
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