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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : Sl'MXAHT , JA TTAHY 10 , 1808. 0
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Not in many moons will you have such an opportunity. If the great purchasing public understood the actual conditions , we
would not have a piece of Dress Goods , a single Cloak , or a piece of Linens in the house by the end of the week. These
goods are , at very closest margins , positively worth more than 40 per cent advance over these prices , and this advance you will
be obliged to pay after this sale closes. ) f ) $ "ft W "ft 'ft W 'ft "ft 'ft "ft 'ft 'ft W 'ft 'ft ft ft1 'ft 'ft 'ft 'ft
On all our Colored Dress Goods on all our Black Dress Goods on all our Black and Colored Novelties
Whip Cords Tailor Made Materials Serges Poplins Armures Henriettas Cravenets Broadcloths
Venetians Foules on our entire stock of Children s Clbakings on our entire stock of Ladies' Underwear
DISCOUNT on our entire stock of Men's Underwear on our entire stock of Boys' Underwear on our entire stock of win DISCOUNT
ter gloves and mittens on our entire stock of Blankets and Flannels infact on every piece of goods in these
graet deparlments no reserves all subject to this unusual discount Please note that these goods are all fresh new goods many of them have been dupli
cated in our spring purchases and we shall then be obliged to get an advance of 40 per cent.
50 % Discount o Discount
On all our Fancv DISCOUNT DISCOUNT DISCOUNT DISCOUNT On all our
all Ladies' and Misses' and Children's half for in
Dress Trimmings. on our Jackets , long garments just price any garment Woolen Yarns.
the Cloak Department which include all our recent arrivals of up-to-date tailor made Jackets.
Special Sale of Our advance Import orders of French Organdies Special Sale of
have arrived and go on sale Monday Morning.
We must have room for our Spring Goods. Ottr Fancy Silks will be
found on our silk counters at two prices that will sell them at once.
Fancy Silks for waists and trimmings , cut from 85c and $1 At 69c Fancy Silks for waists and trimmings , cut from $1 , $1,25 , $1,35 , $1,50
LA Linen Sale. Table Linen that sold up to $1.73 yard , cut lc ! ) yard. Sheets , Sheeting Ono case lot of Sheets , 81x90 , that com piece , cut price , 75c each.
Annual . price for this week , $1.00 per yard. Hemr ants of Table Linen , all grades and all pare favorably with the bcbt brand , made All the ! M Utlcn Bleached Sheeting go
Tomorrow begins the third week of our $3.00 Napkins to match , cut price. $3.75 lengths , at remnant prices. , and Pillow Cases. specially for this January sale , go at 45c at cost price , 19e yard.
dozen. Everybody la familiar with the high 100 dozen Silver Dleach Napkins still oa .
much talked of Linen Sale. To make on . . . each. Why waste time and money when you can
hand to move them quickly $1.15 dozen.
etandard quality of these goods. .
expeditious clearing , every thing-from a cheap All the CC-lncli Dresden Table Linen that 100 dozen dew bleached Towels , extra largo i What Is a bargain ? A bargain Is to get Ono case of hemstitched Anchor Brand buy Pillow Cases , 42x3C fur lOc each.15x30
towel to a fine table cloth has been cut to sold for $1.23 , cut price 87c yard. elzo and worth 45c , cut price 29c each. ' a good article for less than Its real worth. Sheets , 21,1x294 yards , 3-lnch hem and
sold for less than 90c , at , cut ICO dozen Iletruitltchcd 1'lllow , 45x
. German Table Linen , All the pure lineni Damask Tray Cloths , ' go
will be peculiar pock- All the extra heavy
the bone. It a very . | Wc are going to offer you n bargain In the , C5c each. 3C , , .
, 50c . work all arouuJ , half price , 25e each. price worth 20c cut prlco 15c each.
etbook. Indeed , that can leslst these temp- worth 75c cut price jard. open .
tat Ions Napkins to match , $1.35 dozen. 2 Cases Marseilles Bed Spreads , would bo line of Sheets already made deep hem , 2 cases extra size Hemstitched Sheets , 2 cases 36-Inch Unbleached Sheeting , ex
All the : 72-Inch Dresden and Irish Belfast GO-lnch Turkey Red Tcblo Linen , half price. cheap at $2.75 cut price $1.95. - elzo 72x90 , at 39c each. 2'ix2i yards , 3-lnch horn , worth $1.00 a traordinary value , Cc yard.
TEACHERS ARE INTERESTED
Taking Hold of tbo Educational Exhibit in
MANY SCHDDLS HAVE APPLIED FOR SPACE
taiiornl AilvrrdHliiK of the ComlnB
lllK Slioiv In IliivlntS mi Aiiprc-
clnlile Klfc-et 'All Over
LINCOLN , Jan. 15. ( Special. ) State Su
perintendent JackECO reports an "iticreanlng "
Interest In the educational department of the
exposition among the schools of the state ,
and that up la date schools employing a
total of SOO teachers have applied for space
to make exhibits. Among all classes of people
ple hero in Lincoln there la much more ex
position talk Uwn there ws two months ago ,
end It Is evident that the newspaper and pic
torial advertising done for the big show IB
having n good effect. A gentleman recently
returned from a several weeks' visit In cen
tral Illinois and ho Bays that In that stole
there 1 more talk about the exposition than
lie hau noticed anywhere In this btate out-
eldo of Douglas county , and ho believes there
will bo a largo attendance as well us exten
sive , exhibits from Illinois.
Conclusive proof has been received that
nrmpcrliy has arrived In Omaha. D. Clem
beaver was hero the other day and In speak
ing of the business condition of Hie country
OfiBUi-cd his hearers th'H ' the holiday trade
In Omaha had been , larger than for many
years past , and that Do merchants of the
inotropollH were all doing u splendid bud-
VISIT 11KAUS NO FRUIT.
The secretaries of the State Boml of Trans
portation returned from Topeka last night ,
rwhcro they wont several days ago to meet
with the Kanras comml&'ilonerH and hold a
conference rcgard'rig ' railroad rates. They
report that -wide from having a pleasant
time at the Kansas capital city their trip
was entirely unsuccessful , Tbo railroads of
that state four or Ilvu months ugo put a newT
T > ito sheet Into effect charging by the one
hundred pouitta Instead of by the carload.
The comm sslcricrs tccured an order from
court compelling the roads to go back to thu
carload rate , During the last three months
this order has ; been In force cad thcra ! s an
Kidney and Bladder !
You May Have a Sample I
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-E
t'.cn and women doctor their troubles so
often without benefit , that they get dis
couraged and skeptical. lu most nuch cases
ecrlous mistakes are made in doctoring and
du not knowing what our trouble Is or what
makes us sick. The unmhtakablo evidences
of kidney trouble are pain or dull ache ii1
the back , too frequent desire to pass water ,
ecanty supply , smarting Irritation. Au kid
ney disease advances the ( ace loolcs sallower
or pale , puffs or dark circles under the
cyrs , the feet swell and sometimes the
heart aches badly. Should further evidence
lid ni'i'dcd to find out the cause of sick
ness , then set urine usldo for twenty-four
liours ; If there Is a sediment or settling
It IB also convincing proof that our kidneys
and bladder need doctoring. lA fact often
overlooked IB that women Buffer as much
from ktduey and bladder troubleas men
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Hoot la the discov
ery of the eminent physician and scientist
and la not recommended for pvcrythluu , but
twill bo found Jiut wliat I * needed la cases
agreement between the companies oad the
commissioners that thirty dajs' notice should
be given before either side should seek
a change. The stockmen of the Sunflower
state are catlsfled with the present rate
and the roads are ir.-ikiiiE no com
plaint. Hence the Kansas com-
mUaioncrs had nothing to gain by a
conference with Uie Nebraska secretaries and
the trip waa turned Into a pleasure ueeklng
Several months ago some of the physicians
of the western part of the state- filed a com
plaint with the State Doard of Health charg
ing Dr. Charles V. Bsdell of North Platte with
unprofessional conduct. The hearing on the
complaint was heard by the secretaries of the
board some time ago smd they found that
the charges had not been sustained by the
evidence. The state board hat ? approved the
findings of the secretaries.
POLICE AIIE CRITICISED.
Fred Derrymain , a farmer from near Denton -
ton , died at St. Elizabeth hofriltal today , and
the circumstances are such that the police
force of the city IB receiving much severe
crltlclam because of their treatment of the
case. It seems that Berryman came to town
yesterday and was known to have consid
erable mwiey. A gang of loafers enticed
him Into a ealoon , where the whole crowd
did a good deal of drinking. In the evening
Berryman was found lying on the sidewalk
In front of Carr's Tenth street saloon. The
police were notified , nud taking It for
granted that the man was in a drunken
stupor , they thrust him ! n a cell at the sta
tion. Ho lay on tlie board floor all night
without making any movement. This morn
ing the city physician was called , acid being
unable to arouse Berryman , had him sent
to the hospital. There It nas found that ho
showed every symptom of having been
drugged. Investigation showed that he bad
been robbed of his watch and his money , and
It was n parent that ho was the victim of
foul play. Ho died at noco today , without
having recovered consciousness. The rela
tives of the dead man have been notified , end
It Is probable that a post mortem and cor
oner's Inquest will bo held. The police are
criticised because of their carelessness In not
ascertaining the condition of Berryman last
night. It Is the general belief that had a
( physician been called In time the man's life
wculd have been saved.
LINCOLN1 LOCAL NOTES.
Herman Worocl , a youth from Waverly ,
came to the city this morning and was
"fleeced" by "Uncle Josh , " an old man who
has been In the business here for several
months. The old man met the bay at the
depot and offered him work at a good salary.
While coming up town the old achume of
changing a check to pay a man whom they
mot was successfully worked. "Uncle Josh"
Is well known In police circles , but so far
hu hns escaped punishment.
County Attorney Munger has filed com-
roubles Quickly Cured
tattle of the Great Discovery ,
loot Sent Free by Mail.
of kidney and bladder disorders or troubles
duo to weak kidneys , such as catarrh of
the bladder , gravel rheumatism and
Hrlght'a Disease , which Is the worst form
of kidney trouble. It corrects Inability to
hold uc-lno and smarting in passing It , und
promptly overcomes that unvleasant aecee-
slty of being compelled to get up many
times during the night.
The mild and extraordinary effect
of lute great remedy lu soon re
alized , It stands the tilghest for Its
wonderful cures. Sold by druggists , prlco
llfty cents and one dollar. So universally
successful IB Snarcp-Iloot In quickly curing
even the most distressing cases , that to prove
Its wonderful merit , you may have u sample
bottle and a book of valuable Information
both sent absolutely free by mall , upon re
ceipt of thrco two-cent stamps to caver cost
of postage on the bottle. Mention The
Omaha Sunday Bee and Bend your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co. . BlnghamtoJi , N. Y. ThU
generous offer appearing In this roper la a
guarantee of gcnuloeaciis.
plaints In police court against Edward M.
Abbott , charging him with allowing minors
to play pool In his rooms. The offense is
no new thing , but these are the first com
plaints made In a legal way.
Mrs. Ellen A. Gambold asks for a writ
of habeas corpus to enable her to gain pos
session of her little grandchild , Nola G.
Beckel , who Is now with her father. The
trial occupied the attention of Judge Cochran -
ran 1n the county court yesterday and a
part of today. The child's testimony was
all In favor of her father , although she had
lived for a number of years with the grand
mother as requested by her dying mother.
Judge Cochran took the matter under ad
visement until next Wednesday and In the
meantime the child Is to remain with her
The rumor that the grand Jury would , at
the coming term of court , Investigate the
Xorrowing of county money from the late
I\'axoy Cobb , who was treasurer of Lancas
ter county two years ago , has caused con-
6l\'crablo uneasiness among some of the
poHtlcal hangers on here. It has prompted
at 'least one borrower to pay ? 45 to County
NOTES OI.n.VMSIl AT AVliST 1'OIXT.
MfinliprH of Xeiv Ilonril of SuiicrvlHorn
and .Slniullni ; Ciuumlttcvx.
WEST POINT , Neb. , Jan. 1C. ( Special. )
The members of the new board of super
visees for Cumlng couaty are as follows :
D. W. Burke , district No. 1 , Bancroft and
Nellgh ; H. R. Gaer , district No. 2 , Cleveland ,
Grant and Blalne ; P.'W. West , district No.
3 , Blsmark and Wisner ; L. C. Sharp , dis
trict No. 4 , Beemer , Elkhorn and Logan : A.
H. Chambers , district No. 6 , Sherman , Garfield -
field and Cumlng ; J. H. Btnno , district No.
C. Montccey. Lincoln and St Charles ; L.
Rosentlial , district No. 7. West Point. Com
mittees : County poor And poor farm , Rosen-
thai , Benne and Burke ; printing end sta
tionery , Benue , Rosentlial and Sharp ; offi
cial bond and taxes , Chambers , Sharp and
Gaer ; reads and bridges. Burke , Chambers
and Bcnne ; school lands and miscellaneous ,
Sharp , Gaer and Chambers ; settlement , Gael1 ,
Burke , Koscnthal and West.
The cne Mre for the round trip rate given by
the Elkhorn road to all wishing to attend the
great Omaha Ice carnival will be the cause of
a monster delegation going down from Cum
lng coun'y. Wisner , with Its "maid to
Queen Polaris" In the person of Miss Pearl
Richardson , will turn out In largo numbers
They will be reinforced by the Beemer
contlngert. The list of names of We.it Point
ers , who have signed the agreement to at
tend , tins already reached large proportions.
The Bancroft section of the Cumins County
Teachers' association met -at the High ochool
building In Bancroft laet Saturday.
While C. E. Herring of Omaha , the re
ceiver for the Cejda stock of goods , was
showing a Btcznger through the store , he
left the cellar door cpen and later on fell
down the stairway and dislocated lil.i
STATI3 KXCAAIIMIKVr OK R. A. It.
.VorfolU l'r > | inrliii ; In Iliitcrtnln tin-
NORFOLK , Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special , )
The Twenty-second annual encampment of
the Grand Army of the Republic ,
Department of Nebraska , and the fif
teenth annual convention of the Woman's
Relief corps will convene In this city on
Wednesday morning , February 9 , The com
rades and sisters of Mathewson Grand
Army of ( ho Republic post and the Woman's
Relief corps and the citizens of Norfolk dr-
sire to extend to all delegates and repre
sentatives of the Grand Army posts and
Woman's Relief corps throughout the state
of Nebraska and all visiting comrades and
v'sitors a cordial Invitation to come to
Norfolk and participate in the pleasures nnd
benefits of these great meetings and enjoy
the hospitality of comrades and citizens for
a few dajs. Delegates of the Woman's Re
lief corps will bo furnished free lodgings
and entertainment while hero , and In order
that every delegate may bo provided for ,
the presidents of corps are respectfully re
quested to mall to .Mrs. A. J. Rotenbau'm ,
president of the Matbowson Woman's Re
lief corps , Norfolk , Neb. , at their earliest
convenience , a list ot names of all delegates
who will attend this convention , so they
may bo met at the trains and directed to
the places of entertainment. The delegates
and visiting comrades can obtain accommo
dations at boarding houses , restaurants , and
hotels at rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
It Is proposed to have on the evening of
Wednesday , February 9 , a rousing camp-
flro to bo addressed by speakers of national
XUWiS GI.n.VXEIJ AT TKCUMSKII.
FiirniiTH Are ArraiitrliiKT to Hold an
TECUMSEH , Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special. )
The farmers of this county are arranging
to hold an institute Tuesday and Wednesday ,
January 25 and 2C. A good program is 111
Allen & Brundage have moved their paper ,
the Tecumseh Chieftain , Into their now
I building on the north sldo of the square.
; The new postofflce outfit has arrived and
Is being put Into position on the ground
floor of the building.
The repairs at the power station have been
completed and the electric lights are now
In operation again after being dark for a
The damage case of Mary and Jacob
Wagner against the county of Johnson has
been decided In district court hero In favor
of the county. A year ago Mr. and 'Jlrs. '
Wagner drove on an unsafe bridge in a
farm wagon containing besides themselves
their two children and a load of apples. The
whole outfit was dropped fifteen < fect Into
the stream. It was claimed by the plain
tiffs that Mrs. Wagner suffered Injuries from
which she will never recover. She sued for
Heckathorn post , Grand Army of the Re
public , of this city has Installed the follow
ing officers : A. N. Coffey , C. ; Robert Dew ,
S. V. C. ; W. R. Barton. J. V. C. ; J. F.
Roberts , Q. ; M. B. C. True , A. ; Thomas
Goodman , C. ; F , L. Lewis , S. ; J. P. Benders ,
0 of D. ; O. S. Mason. O. of G. ; J. C. O'Con-
nell , S. M. ; M. haughncssy , Q. S.
HASTINGS , Neb. , Jan. 15 , ( Special. )
Tomorrow evening at the Methodist church
will bo held the seventeenth annlvermry
of the Young Men's Christian association.
Mr.it all of the churches in the city will
unite In n union service. ReV. E. Vandyke
Wright of the Presbyterian 'thurch will de
liver the annual address 'The reports of
the association will be glveV by various offi
' " '
The Hastings lodge of Elk's 1i < is decided to
bive larger and more 'convenient lodge
roonw. Arrangements hav'o "been ir.udo tc
have the second story of'Wijlljach & Ilmch'E
now building fitted up cSn6'clally for the
Elks , This will give that lodge a more
central location and wlII'/dfBo / give It the
desired room. It has b'e'B3ud < ! cldcd to have-
the Mrgo reception rooms' ' aiiU billiard par
lors fitted up In a most olSlwrato manner.
The case of the state aga'jnit Thomas Hoff
man. for assault , come lip1 before Count >
Judge Dowcti yesterday "afttrnoon. Ho wao
found guilty and sentenced Ho ray a fico of
$15 and costs. Ho anpaalt-J"to the district
court. " -I" 1J
. | M | I'nrilon fur Train aVrwIci'm.
DAKOTA CITY" , Neb. , Jfin. 15-Spcclal.- ( )
Carl Knudsen was circulating a petition In
t > in > n parts the last week addressed to Gov
ernor Hokomb asking tbat the , sentence of
ten years In the penitentiary lmpoce.1 upon
Knutc and Hans Knudsen In lt > ! )5 ) lor at
tempting to hold up a Union Pacific train
bo commuted to five years. Carl Knudsen
Is a brother of the convicts and resides in
this county , as does also the father of the
boys. The family has alwajs berne a good
reputation here , where ( hey have rts'.di'rt for
years. The petition was numerously signed.
.U'H.l.-ntnll . ) Shot.
HUMBOLDT , Neb. . Jan. 15. ( Special. )
While hunting today the H-year-old son of
Thomas Maxwell was shot In the foot. The
wound la not dangerous ,
Ilnnk EIcctloiiN , ,
YORK , Neb. , Jan. 16. ( Special , ) The an
nual meetings of the city banks have been
held this week and the old officers rc-elcctqd.
Both the First National and City National
report a splendid showing for the year Just
past. The December statement of the de
posits In the First National show an Increase
of $50,000 over the deposits at the close of
business in December of 1890. The loans
and discounts foot up to nn equal Increase
for the comparative periods. The City Na
tional reports an increase during the year
of over $55,000 In deposits and of about $38-
000 In loans and discounts. Banking busi
ness here is much improved and collection ! )
are a great deal cosier.
IllchiirilNoii County MnrlRiiKU llccord.
RYLLS CITY , Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special. )
There have been filed during the year 1SD7
S.03 farm mortgages amounting to $257,34S.
During the same length of time 277 farm
mortgages have been released , amounting
to $307,243.60. There have been ninety-
six city mortgages filed , amounting
to $16,744.61 and the seventy-ono city mort
gages released amount to $40,341.47. In the
matter of chattel mortgages 024 have been
filed , aggregating $526,109.49 and the re
leased chattel mortgages are 332 In number
and amount to $223,558.27. During 1897
there have been only two farm mortgages
foreclosed and these only In order to settle
disputes in regard to titles.
KEARNEY. Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special. )
The announcement in The Bee yesterday that
Henry Gibbons had been appointed pcatnws-
ter hero surprised a few and dlsapiralnted
many. The principal cause of the surprlfc
was , that Senator Thurstoa had promised to
recommend either M. A. Brown or 1' . T. Lam
bert and allow no "dark horse" to bo con
sidered and the disappointment was owing
to the fact that every voter who has been
considered a loyal republican. Indorsed one
of the other or both of their applications and
the appointment of either one would have
been much more satisfactory than the selec
tion ot a man who had not outwardly known
to bo In the race.
Tivd " ( * JIIH In I'rlNoii.
DAVID CITY. Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special. )
Frank Moran , who broke Jail last November ,
a day after his conviction of the crime of
burglary , was captured in St. Joseph and
brought to David City last night. This
nmrnlng ho was arraigned before Judge
Dates , who sentenced him to two years In
The Ice dealers are harvesting tbo Ice crop
with a full fcrco of hands. The ice Is of
peed quality and about ten Inches in 'thick
Mrs. A. B. Roys , wife of Mr. Roys , the
furniture dealer , fell while descending the
stairs from the Knights of Pythias hall and
broke her arm.
ClIMIlllHIIllNHril' ' .
GRAND IITLA'ND ' , Neb. , Jan , 16. ( Special. )
The case of the State against H. Lasen
and Otto Drews , which was to have come
to preliminary hearing before Justice West-
( ott at Wood River this morning , has been
dismissed on the motion of the county at
torney. Lasen and Drews were arrested for
the shooting of Miss Grace Hanscn on the
evening of December 31. The young woman
was frightfully Injured and her recovery at
the time was doubted , but she has 'been get
ting along nicely and will regain her eye
III- ins ,
SEWARD , Neb , . Jan. 15. ( Special. ) Dis
trict court will convene next Tuesday with
Judge Scdgwlck presiding.
H. ACraff. W. F. A. Schmidt , W. H.
Walker , Ed Nlchold and Joe Hupp have been
selected to rcpietcnt Ecnvanl at the Volun
teer Fire department meeting to bo held at
Kearney January 18 , 19 and 20.
Lemon & Travis , evangelists , will organ
ize a church of Christ In this city tomorrow.
About sixty persons hiva signified their wil
lingness to become members.
QLARKS , Neb , . Jan. 15. ( Special. ) Yes
terday a local constable and an assistant
captured Colonel Sam Richmond of this
place and iMr. E. Miller , a traveling sales
man for Paxlon , Gallagher & Co. , In the
act of thootlng wild geese from. & brush
blind In the Platte river south of town. The
case was continued for trial until Friday ,
the 24th inst. , and the defendants gave bond
for their appearance. Attorney John C. Mar
tin of Clarks has been retained for the de
fense , the intention being to test the validity
of the new law.
Mrs. John Dustman of this place became
Insane last night and for sometime created
quite a disturbance , smashing up the house
hold furniture and driving the members of
the family from the house. She will bo taken
before the County Board ot Insanity.
The Sharpless Creamery company of Omaha
has two agents at work here soliciting stock
for the erection and equipment of a cream
ery at this place.
71IILFORD , Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special. ) An
other flurry of snow came last night , which
makes about seven Inches on the level.
A Shakespercan recital wan given at the
Congregational church last evening by Jlr.
Fralnoy ot Chicago , which was very much
appreciated by the select audience present.
Mllford Is now supplying the outside wcrld
with a fine quality of Ice , which Is about
tuclvo Inches thick. Day and night shifts
of men are making the most of the present
Small HiirKlarlcx at Hlnlr.
BLAIR , Neb. , Jan. 15 , ( Special. ) Lost
night sneak thieves made a raid on car
penter shops. They broke Into Ernest
Bolt's shop , also Newt Bruckon's in th ?
Fourth ward and stole all of the best tools ,
about $60 worth altogether. This thlpviiii
has been running along some time , Pcoplo
are continually Icalng harness , vegetables ,
wood , etc. Sheriff Mciieko says ho has de
clared war on them and Is going to put a
stop to It.
ItclliiloiiH Itrvlvnl nl OHCi-olii
OSOEOLA , Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special. )
Osceola Is stlrred'up religiously from center
to circumference. Pastor Rev. L. F. Smith
has held meetings every afternoon and even-
lug for the last ten weeks without any out
side help. Yesterday a petition was circu
lated asking the business houses and stores
to close from 2 to 3 p. in. , and twenty-one
of them agreed to it.
Talc i-n to .lull ,
HUMBOLDT , Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special. )
Alt Page , prominent farmer living several
miles southeast of town , was arrested Thurs
day on a warrant sworn out by a former do
mestic , who charges him with being re
sponsible for her ruin. Page refused to give
ball and wax taken to the county Jail to
await the action of the district court.
llrcnk ThroilKli MIC lor.
DAKOTA CITY , Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special , )
While the 'Dirtels boys were crossing the
Missouri river today from Sioux City with
foi'ty-fivo ' head of stock cattle the lea gave
vay and all but three head went Into the
water. Thirteen head out of the bunch were
lost. Tbo cattle were just purchased by Will
SIIIMV ill .VolmiMliii Clly.
NEBRASKA CITY , Jan. 15. ( Special. )
Snow fell heavily for several liours last
night and Is nearly a foot In depth on thu
level. Nearly thrco feet of snow have fallen
since December 1 , the heaviest fall for thu
same length of time In the history ot this
section of the state.
OMTIIII | StrtTlN IJicli'i-it liy Klrctrloll-
OSCEOLA , Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special , )
Osceola Is no longer In darkness. The elec
tric lights were tried last night for the firut
time on the Mreetti , The stores and other
business IIOUBCH have been trying electricity
for a couple of weeks before , as well as one
ef the churches.
Arm MiuiKlcil lu n Corn Slu-llcr.
flHBUBY. Neb. , Jan. 15. ( Special. ) Laban
Colwell caught his arm in tbo lower gear
of his corn shcllor while Bbelllnu corn south
west of town yesterday. The arm was
mangled to above the elbow BO as to necessi
tate amputation , lie Is now getting along
Snoiv nl Iliiiiilinlill.
HUMBOLDT , Neb , , Jan. IB. ( Special. )
Baow commenced falling hero yesterday aft
ernoon late anil this moinlng people awak
ened to find It rtlx Inches deep. The snow
was quite damp nnd closely packed.
Hriitrrri > Mlcd.
j KENE3AW , N"b. . Jan. 15. ( Special Tele
gram. ) rioblnpDriCio Is supposed to be the
| men that tried to cilminally araault a 11 tie
i girl ot Hastlnps yesterday , was arrested hero
Unlght by chief of Police Leplnskle of Hast-
'lne . Ho maJo an attempt tc escape , hut
! WEB recaptured after an cxrltlng chase. Ho
: wau taken Lack lo lies 111.33 tonight.
Iliiudrrd Itullcl I nun lluriifd.
NEW YORK , .Inn. i : . . Olllccrs of the
steamer Andes , which vessel arrived today
from Hnytlon ports , say that kCO buildings
! were destroyed liy th ? lire which devastated
Port uu Prince on December 28.
I-'OllEOAST KOU TODAV'.S WEATIIKII.
Sunday lo lie I'i : Ir , itllli '
WASIIINTGON , Jan. 15. Forecast for
For Nebraska Fair ; northwesterly winds.
For Iowa , Missouri and Kansas Fair ;
warmer ; southerly \vlr.ds.
For South Dakota Generally fair ; west
For Wyoming Threatening weather , with
light snow ; piobably warmer ; variable
TO CURE JSERYOUS DYSPEPSIA.
To ( inln Pit-Nil , lo SliTp Well , ( o KIIOTT
WlillI Apilclllc mid ( infill DlKTi'Ndnii
Mraii , Mulct * a Tent of Sliiart'H
xiirrlriiri' of nil Indian * *
llllllllH < : < > llll < > lllllll.
No trouble Is more common or more mis
understood than nervous dyM.icpsla. Pecplo
having It think that tliolr nerves are to
blame end are surprised tfcat they are not
cured by ncrvo medicine nnd spring reme
dies ; the real scat of the mischief. Is lost
sight of ; the stomach Is thu organ to ba
Nervous dyspeptics often do not have any
pain whitovor in the stomach , nor perhaii *
any of tlu- usual symptoms of stomach weak
ness. Nervous dyspepsia shows Itself not In
the stomach no much us In nearly every
other organ ; In somu caficit the heart palvl-
tatcs and Is Irregular ; In oihcrH thu kldnuya
ere affected ; lei others the bowels are con
stipated , with headaches ; still others ara
troubled with loss of flesh and appetite ,
with accumulation of gas , sour risings and
Mr. A , W. Sharper of No. 01 Proupect
St. , Indianapolis , Ind. , wrltivi as follows
"A motive of pure RVatlti.de ( prompts mo lo
write thceo tow lines regarding thu new and
valuable incdlclno , Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets , I havu been a sufferer from nervoua
dyn > epnla for thu last four years ; have used
various 'latent moJIclnes and other remedies
without any favorable result. They some-
timed gave temporary relief until the effects
of the mcdlclno wore off. I attributed this
to my sedentary habits , being a bookkeeper
with little physical excrclfcc. hut I am glad
to state that the tablets have overcome all
these obstacles , for I have gained In lies ! ) ,
sleep better and am better In every way.
The above Is written not for notoriety , but
Is based on actual fact. "
Respectfully yours ,
A. W. Sharper ,
Cl Prost > eet St. , Imllunciiolls , Iiul ,
It Is rafo to t/iy that Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets will cure any stomach weakness or
( llseaeo except cancer of stomach , They
cure sour utornarfi , gas , loss of nosh and ap
petite , uk'uileasness , palpitation , heartburn ,
constipation and headache.
Send for valuable little book on stomach
dlscagps by addressing Stuart Co. , Marshall ,
All druggkts ecll full eUod packages at M
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