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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1902.
HESERVE'S LINE OF DEFENSE
Baggertion that Ha Maj Oonteet Douglas
PAUL JI3SIN A CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
rbalraii Lindsay Gifwli Boon to
Call Republican Stat Central Com
anlttee Together Nebraeka'a
Ob Baled llraw School.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. 21. (Special.) It is
earned on good authority her that former
Treasurer Meserve's main defense against
tba Dougla county grand Jurr Indictment
ill be on the grounds ot venue or Jurisdic
tion. It la contended by the frlendi ot the
accused that even If a Judgment ot guilt
ia returned It will yet be possible for Mr.
Meeerve to ear hlmaelf, and In explanation
ot the declaration they call attention to
that rule of law which provides that a
criminal prosecution must take place In the
county where the crime waa committed.
An Investigation of the transactions of
tba former treasurer with the Union Stock
Tarda bank haa demonatrated that, there is
reasonable doubt that th crime alleged
waa committed In Douglaa county. The In
terest money paid by the South Omaha bank
on the 10.000 deposit of state school money
reached Mr. Mee.rv la a roundabout way,
if the conclusions of the state legal officials
are correct, and three counttea are brought
Into the consideration. They are Douglas,
'Lancaster and Redwlllow. .
It la asserted that the South Omaha bank,
at the and of each month during the time
the school money waa on depoalt in the In
stitution, credited the First National bank
of MoCook with 1150. From Information
obtained by the attorney general there Is
: ground for the belief that the bank In turn
credited Mr. Meeerve with $150 each month.
It hi claimed that this la ths way Mr.
Meserve received the Interest money from
the South Omaha bank.
Pa a I Jeeoea Candidacy.
The name of Paul Jessen of Otoe county
has been added to the Hat of republican,
candldatea for governor. His candidacy,
bo it la reported here, waa officially an
nounced thla afternoon by a Nebraska City
republican newspaper. Mr. Jessen wsa one
of the leading Hayward supporters in the
senatorial contest of 1899 and last year In
the republican convention waa one of the
foremost In favoring the condemnation ot
tha Bartley parole. He baa been frequently
mentioned recently as a candidate for the
gubernatorial nomination and the announce,
ment made In Nebraska City today, there
fore, will not be a great surprise.
Reaablloaa State Ceatral Committee.
Chairman H. C. Lindsay expect soon to
Issue a call for a meeting of the repub
lican atate central committee for tb pur
pose of fixing a time and place for the
atate nominating convention. He waa In
Lincoln thla week and would have Issued
the ealt had Secretary Mallalleu been In
"The prevailing sentiment aeems to be
la favor of an early convention," said Mr.
Mallalleu. "The advantages of beginning
the campaign early are numeroua. It will
enable the candldatea to do more effective
work aad will likely do away with tha prac
tice of holding two conventloaa la a
county. Persona I have talked with re
garding tha matter think that both candl
datea tor Bounty offices and delegatea to the
atata convention should be named at the
aamo time. When the state convention la
held lata la tha year many of the counties
have a convention tor no other purpose
than to name delegatea.
"I expected thla week to issue a call tor
a meeting ct the atate central committee,
but because of the absence ot Mr. Mallalleu,
ark) ia in Colorado, dscided to Walt a while.
I may see him within the next week or
uo and If so will probably determine when
to call the committee together."
Baled Straw Sehaalheaa.
In a book soon to be Issued from the
department of public Instruction will be a
description ot the only baled straw school
house known to have been constructed on
Nebraska soil. Such buildings are numer
oua on tha plains ot other western states,
but so far as known the only on ever built
In Nebraska wsa In Bcotts Bluff county,
near Mtnatare. The book la being prepared
by State Superintendent Fowler. It will
contain descriptions and photographs of
representative buildings, from the cheapest
and smallest that are found la the raral
dlstrlcta, to the modern atrncturea In the
A brief account of the building of the
baled atraw school house In Bcotts Bluff
county waa obtained by Mr. Fowler from
James Baney of Mlnatare. Mr. Baney
says tha atraw was mads Into bundles,
which were thea built together with mud
and held In place with poles. Ths walls
so made, he says, wars surprisingly serv
iceable, equaling the aod walls In durabil
ity. rilsasjreesaeat la Diatfi Salt.
The Jury In the CRellley-Hoover $20,000
damage caas disagreed after being out tblr-ty-slx
hours and was discharged this morn
ing by Judge Cornish. Trial of the eaae
consumed three days' time in the district
court. O'Rellley, an electrician, aued Dr.
Hoover and Stephen C. Hoover, propri
etors of the Llndetl hotel for $20,000 dam
ages alleged to have been sustained be
cause of a fall Into an unprotected grease
trap in the hotel dynamo room. The vote
was eight for the plaintiff and four for the
Plead Net Gallty t Harder.
C. B. Heywood, charged with the murder
of John J. Oillllan, and Willis Buckner,
charged with the murder of 'Bill'" Mc-
Oowan, were arraigned in the district court
this afternoon and both pleaded not guilty.
Their trials will probably take place within
the next two or three weeks.
Oallty f Forsrcry.
Elsa Lewis pleaded guilty to the charge
of forging the name of Henry Oasenkop to
a check for a small amount aad by Judgs
Cornish was aentenced to one year la the
Artlclea of Incorporation of the following
new Institutions have been recorded by the
Ths Creston Ancient Order of United
Workmen Hall company of Creston, Platte
county; capital stock, $1,600; directors, J.
T. Morris, J. L. Brown, John Schurr, T.
E. Alderson, F. E. Belknap.
The Kennard Glass and Paint company;
capital atock, $100,000; Incorporators. Frank
B. Kennaid, James O. Wallace, Aahton
Clemens, Jr., A. B. Carpenter; will main
tain offices in Omaha, South Omaha aad St
The Van Brunt Manufacturing company
of Wisconsin; capital stock, $85,000; In
corporators, Daniel C. Van Brunt, Henry
B. Wilklna and Jamea B. Haya.
Barllaaea Ene-toemea's Ball.
Over 1,000 persons tonight attended the
fifth annual ball of the Burlington railroad
englnemen in the Auditorium. A delega
tion of 100 wsa here from Omaha, and
nearly all of the larger towns on the Bur
lington aystem were represented. The grand
march waa led by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Toung, appearing In tha roles of George
aad Martha Washington. Music waa fur
nished by bands from Oermantown and
ANALYZES TOE SCRIPTURES
Bt. B. B. Tyler Telli of Bible to Xebmka
T. M. 0. A. Convention.
REGARDS IT AS A DIVINE LIBRARY
Olrea the Keyword for Rack Depart
neat, fraa Law aad Poetry
t Sernaoas aad
TORK, Neb.. Feb. II. (Special.) Dele
gwtes to the convention of the Toung Men's
Christian association arrive on each train
and the commltteee In charge of the ar-
braska experiment atatlon and agricultural
school and also lectured oa alfalfa. The
afternoon seeslon waa largely given up to
Dr. A. O. Peters, who discussed the corn
stalk disease and diseases of farm aalmala.
ORD STATE BANK IS SOLD
C n. Aadereoa, Oa f tke Parehasera,
Is Elected Vie Pre.
ORD, Neb., Feb. XL (Special.) The Ord
State bank waa sold yesterday to parties
from the eastern part of the state. The new
owners, who hsvs over $0 per cent ot the
stock, are: H. D. Coe ot Swsnson, C. B.
Anderson of Omaha and C. B. Qoodell, T.
H. Miller and Anton Dredna of Crete. The
new officers are: H. D. Coe, president; C.
B. Anderson, vice president; Vincent Kokes,
rangementa are kept busy looking after eMhl.r. Perey M(unt ulllUlt cashier,
their welfare and entertainment. Already L, directors are H. D. Coe. Vincent Kokes.
mere are more nere man nave atienaeu c q,,, x h. M1,r ,nd c, B. An
any previous siat conveniio oa io urii i (erfon-
The first session of the convention waa
held last evening In tba Methodist Episcopal
church. Owing to the absence of Mayor
McCloud, who Is out of the city, the ad
dress of welcome for the city was made
by Judge O. W. Post. Dr. Cross of the
Congregational church and President Bchell
of York college also delivered addressee
of welcome on behalf of the churchea and
eollege. Response was by Dr. Ward of
tha State university. Rsv. Hubert C,
Herring of Omaha gava the opening ad-
drees on "I Will Make Tou Fishers ot
Men." The song service waa led by Wll
11am J. Stevens of Omaha.
This morning s session began wit a
Will Dedicate New Odd Fellawa Hall.
TABLE ROCK. Neb., Feb. XL (Special.)
At the regular meeting of Table Rock
lodge No. IX, Independent Order of Odd
Fellows, held ir :hetr hall at thla place
last evening,' It waa decided to dedicate the
new Odd Fellows' ball here oa the night
of Thursday, March II. Tb grand lodge
officers are expected to be present and a
big time ia anticipated.
Father f Eta;ht Haaary Owes.
DAVID CITT. Neb.. Feb. IL (Special.)
Charles Green, 40 years of age, who haa a
wife and eight children to aupport, la under
PTMt rttawA with alMllnv a w a n ttavna
thanksgiving service Rev B. B. Taylor of I ,x ,noulaerl eanned . ,T,r w,ten
Denver apoke of the bible as a divine
library of sixty-six volumss, fourteen een
turles in preparation, and forty persons.
more or less employed by its divine au
thor. This library, ha aald, falls into tha
following groups: First, law; second, his
tory; third, poetry; fourth, sermons; fifth.
biography; alxth, ecclesiastical hlstoryi
seventh, epistles; eighth, prophecy. He
gave the number of books in law as five;
history, twelve; poetry, five; sermons, sev
enteen; biography, four; ecclesiastical his
tory, one; lettera, twenty-one, and prophecy,
and a revolver
from Alfred Hookston'a
Salla Caaty MortaTagree,
WILBER. Neb., Feb. 2L (Special.)
During January, $66,478 of real estate In
debtedness In Saline county waa paid off.
The number of mortgages filed for record
was twenty-nine, aggregating $28,474; re
leased, seventy-three, amounting to $92,961.
Adams Stat Baa It Seld.
BEATRICE, Neb., Feb. 11. (Special.)
Tha firm of Pnet A- Ta.vl,e Aff TmW K
H a rav 1 am; at t ia tilhla mnA m 4ia I. .... ... ...
- - - i ttmiffht tee a narna hum tank mmlh wab
worn to eacn group, in ey worn to me fornM(riy owned by Mayor W. P. Norcroas
CHISEL FURROWS HIS FACE
Steel Tool Peaetratee Joha Demi's
Cheek aad Jaw'
FREMONT, Neb., Feb. II. (Special. )
John Demi, an employe of the Fremont
planing mill, met with an injury which
threatena the sight of an aye. A chisel
flew off the turning lathe, striking him on
the left aide of the tec Juet to the left ot
tb base of tha nose. The steel passed
through the bone la. a downward direction
until the point protruded inside the Jaw
bone to the left of the chin. He was taken
to the hospital and the chisel waa removed.
The phyatclaaa hope to be able to aav his
books of law was duty; to the books of
history, organization; to the books of po
etry, experience; to tha books of sermons,
expectation; to the books of biography.
manifestation; to the books of ecclesiastical
history, power; to the epistles, doctrine
and practice; to the book of prophecy,
W. J. Stevens of Omaha had charge ot
the song service. Many cttltena are enter
Ths afternoon session waa opened by a
song service lead by W. J. Stevens of
Omaha. The bible study subjects, "To En
list Men." "Waal Methods?" "How Held?'
and "Why Should Bible Study Appeal to
College Students?" were ably handled and
very much appreciated. B. C. Henry, M. D.,
ot Omaha gave an lntereattng address on
the promotion of, a higher standard of ac
The evening aesslon waa opened with
service by the Omaha association quartet.
George D. McGUl, International railway sec
retary, conducted "The Railroad Train." Ha
called on members of different associations
who were officiate and employes of railroad
companies, and they gave talk which were
highly appreciated. The Methodist church
was crowded to tta capacity.
of this city and H. H. Norcroca of Adams.
FRED L STEVENS GETS STAY
apreaa Ceart Grants Writ f Brrr
for Accepter of Deposits la
PIERRE. S. D., Feb. IL (Special Tele
gram.) The supreme court today granted
a writ of error and certificate of probable
cause la tha ease of the state, as defend
as t in error, against Fred L. Stevens,
plaintiff in error. Stevens had bsen found
guilty on ths charge of accepting deposits
of the Planklnton bank after the concern
was known to be Insolvent. Sentence waa
to be passed Monday, but the writ stays tha
aeatence until tha case is heard ia tha su
DEAD ON BARBED WIRE FENCE
Joka Tsekaes Peedoae la His JMa-ht
Wsaderlsgs a a It
Will laapeet Scheel System.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Feb. IL (Special.)
County School Superintendent Staller and
City School Superintendent Stevens leave
Monday for Chicago to attend the annual
meeting of -the National Educational as
sociation. While there they Intend to
make, a thorough tnspsctlon of the school
system ot the Windy City. ,
PIERCE. Neb.. Feb. XI. (Special Tele
gram.) John Tscbens, a native ef Bwltier-
land, and a peculiar and widely known
character la Pierce and vicinity, was found
dead at tha Mao Bparr place, west of town,
this morning. Hs west to tha Sparr place
Thursday and stayed all night It appears
Seetk Dakota Incorparatlene.
PIERRE. 8. D.. Feb. 11. (Special.)
These article ef incorporation have been
Roxdale Stock association. Pierre: oanltal.
3u,uw; incorporators, . A. May, M. ieie
hantv. R. M. J. Taliman.
Cupertino Fruit company, Huron; capital,
130,000; Incorporators, J. W. Rupert. H. R.
Rupert, M. N. Lawrence, Philip Lawrence.
Continental Spindle Top Oil company.
metre; capital, swu.uuu; incorporators,
George A. Carden, Charles Dexter, J. B.
Boyer-Merrtll company, Lead; capital.
1100,000; Incorporators, William H. Boyer,
Robert M. Merrill, T. F. Johnson.
Iowa and Northwestern Land company.
watertown; capital, xow.ow; incorporators,
A. J. Sylvester. O. M. McBrlde. J. F.
Thorndvke oomnnnv. Bis Stone: cesltal.
16.000; Incorporators, Frank W. Thorndyke,
I'onraa ruder, Ellsworth Bmltn.
Sunbeam Mlnlnar. Mllllna- and Manufae
fit.., II AM
000; Incorporators. J. N. Wright, W. F.
wrignt, w. w. wrignt.
White Rook Loan and Investment com
pany. White Rook; capital, 16,000; lnoorpo
Write A Postal
To Get Well.
that he got up during the night and went
outdoors. In the morning he waa found ra tor's. 8. E. Oecarson. Harvey O. Powell,
hanging over a barbed-wire fence, from Newell N. Powell.
which it is suppose d he fell In an attempt a' r"ny'"lo"Lr-V.'
to Climb over. His head evidently had nln'r. A. H. ehnnfennlna-. 8. 8. Hardin a.
strucK a trsa in falling, as blood waa "araing.
v ."' . I Cltlsens' State bank. White Rock: cap!
sruuuu. ni waa ciaa in only .i tmr- inMn,r,in unrv a vtorrL
au muniHin ana trousers. Marry J. Kerr, J. A. KlcRert.
Tschans had nearly XLOAA let vin v. I Colton State bank. Colton; capital. 16,000
relative. I. Swltxerl.nd laat summer and 2.7:1: ftCS?' ueor""
after he received H went to bis native! Western Land Security company, 'Sioux
country for a visit. He hail K..n Falls; capital, 1100,000; incorporators, W. C,
. ... .k . , . V. I Holllster, F. C. Blierman, W. H. Lyon.
a nam arinxer and alnca ha received hta I ir..i r... a a
I , UllIU V T' ' I ntllllUH IVIIimilJ, " UVM
money he waa much of tha time under the capital. 11.000.000: Incorporators. F. C.
Influence of liaror. It ! nnort .. k. Dickey. J. M. Rlcker, Spencer V. Noble,
..iii v.. t7(U) , 7 " American Tool and Saw Flier company,
sun nas ITOO deposited in tha bank here Pierre; capital, 1100.000; Incorporators,
He also was about to make final proof or Joseph E. Sanson, R. Ieslle Barnes, I. W,
hla oialm w... . Ooodnar. R M J. Taliman.
MBurrtir inn . ., , . ...ltai. w.uoo incorporators, n. tj. oraaiey,
CARNEGIE AND GRANf) ISI iWniCharlee Knudson. O. W. Sanders.
IVtrillUsliaj fiat U V.ti tuiiijawiy , civuo
Send No Mcney. Simply tell me
Some One Wfyo Needs Kelp.
If you are sick let ma know It.
If you hav a friend who needs help, tell me his address. Let ma
send tha book be needs. Let me offer the sick one a way to get well.
Coaaellaaaal Ceaaailtt Seek Se-
ear Aeoeptaae ef Offer for
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. Feb. XL (Sne-
clal.) Mayor CI ear y appointed Councltmen
McLaughlin. Clifford and Ooehrlng to act aa
Do that much, and I will do this!
I will aend with the hook an order on your druggist for sis bottles
Dr. Sboop'e Restorative. I will tell your druggist to let you test It
for a month. It satisfied then, the cost is t&.64. If not, I will pay
your druggist myself.
It shall net coat you a penny.
City; capital, 11,000,000; Incorporators, L. R.
raimer, ueorge a. isnim, vnaries wnu-
IOCK. , ,
Feather River Consolidated Mining com
pany, Pierre; capital, 11,500. wo; incorpo
rators, w. E. walker, J. wens, j. al,
Monometalic Gold Mlnlra company,
Pierre; capital, 1500.000: Inct'rporatora, R.
M. Wllea. A H. At wood. T. P. Rates.
Sawver ac McRae C"Tiiiv. Pierre: capi
i a committee in conjunction with the nubile I tai. iioo.ood; incorporators, wurrut ti. saw
hihrar. . .... w. yer, OusUve F. McRae, T. P. Estes.
v.- n UUUs cilne .Automatic Macnine company,
to raise 13,000 annually for maintenance of 1 Pierre; capital, UOO.000; Incorporators, H. J,
the library In tha event the Carnegie offer Ademe. E. T. Wray. L Bunch, T. P. Estea,
- ... " . I Chemical I.vmDh Cure company. Pierre;
. ,.w,v ror a jiprary ouildlng In thla city Mpuai7 iaooWO; incorporatore, 11 Spencer
caa om accept eo. me provision of the new Baker, Howard C. Magnusson, T. p. Kates,
charter allowlna a lew of 1 mill. fnr n. American - Restoring company, Pierre;
brary purposes it Is believed will furnish a
way to provide the necessary maintenance.
Hitherto only one-half to three-ouartero of I
la mill haa been levied. The Orand Island
SISTERS OF CHARITY
RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT
CATARRH WHEREVER LOCATED IN THE SYSTEM.
In every country of the civilised world tha Sister
ot Charity are known. Not only do they minister to
the spiritual and Intellectual
needs of tha charges committed
to their care, - but they also
minister to their bodily needs.
With so many children to
take care of and to protect
from climate and disease, these
wlss and prudent sisters have
found Peruna a never-falling
A letter recently received by Dr. Hartman from
the Ursuline Sisters ef Cleveland, Ohio, reads aa
We hav lately giro Peruna a trial, for
though the medicine waa not new to us, wa
had not tried it sufficiently to testify to its
worth aa we are now ready to do.
"Wa And Peruna an excellent tonic and a
valuabla remedy for catarrhal affection of
the throat. V c hare recommended It to our
friends aud hav good reports from them aa
toita merits." Yours Respectfully
Four Interesting Letters From Catholic
- a Si I m
Dr. Hartman recelvea many lettera from
Catholic Sisters all over the United State.
A recommend recently received from a
Catholic Institution In the Southwest reads
Proaatmeatt Mother Saperloe (ayst
"I can testify from experience to the
efficiency of Peruna aa one of tha very beat
medicines, and It gives me pleasure to add
my praise to that of thousand who hav
used It. For years I suffered with catarrh
of tha stomach, all remedies proving value-
leea for relief. Laat spring I went to Colo
rado, hoping to be benefited by a change of
climate and while there a friend advised me
to try Peruna. After uaing two bottle I
found myself very much improved. The re
mains of my old disease being now so
slight, I consider myself cured, yet for a
while I Intend to continue the use of Pe
runa. I am now treating another patient
with your medicine. She haa been sick
with malaria and troubled with leucor-
rhoea. I have not a doubt that a cure will
be apeed'ly efteoted." '
SISTERS OF CHARITY
All Ovsr United States Use Pe-ru-na
for Catarrh- .
From a Catholic Institution in Cen
tral Ohio comes the following rec
oramendfrom the Sister Superior;
"Rome yea a f rlead ( la
atltatlon renaatiiK to mm Dr. Hart
saaa'a Ptraaa aa mn emoelleat renaady
for the laflitnia f watch, we thea
baa several ease wkteh tbreateaed
ta be af a sertaae ebnraetei,
W kegsa to as It sad experleaoe
aek wenaerfal ream It that slae
thea Peraaa haa beeaan aar faverii;
aaealela far lalataM, eatarrb. cold,
eaagh aas broaehltls."
Another recommend from a Cath
olic institution of one of the Central
Statea written by tha Sister Superi
or reads aa follows:
A aaaabar af years ao aar attea
tloa waa called ta Dr. Hartmaa'a Pe
raaa, aad alae then we bar aeed It
wltb weaderfal reealts for aria,
aaajha, cold aad catarrhal dlaeasea
af tb head aad stoanaea.
Fer rlp aad wlater eatarrb
especially It baa beea af arreat acrvlc
tb laaaate ef thla laatltatloa.
These are samples of letters re
ceived by Dr. Hartman from' the
various orders ot Catholic Sisters
throughout the United States.
Th namee and addreesea to these let
tors have been withheld from respect to
th Sisters but will be furnished upon re
quest. One-half of the disease which afflict
mankind are ' due to some catarrhal de
rangement of the mucous membrane lining
some organ or passage of the body. A
remedy that would act immediately upon
tha congested mucous membrane, restor
ing it to ita normal stats, -would eons- .
quently cure all theee diseases. Catarrh
ia eatarrb wherever located, whether It be
ia th head, throat, lungs, stomach, kid
neys, ?r pelvic orgscs. A remedy that
will cure it in one location will cur It in
. Peruna ia such a lemedy. The Sisters
of Charity know thla. When catarrhal
dlseaaea make their appearance they are
not disconcerted, but know exactly what
remedy to uss. . Theee wise and prudent
Slatera have, found Peruna a never-falling
safeguard. They realise that when a dls-.
ease la of catarrhal nature, Peruna la tha .
remedy. Dyspepsia and female weakness
are considered by many to be entirely dlt-.
ferent disease that dyspepsia I catarrh
of th stomsch and female weakness Is due
to catarrh of tha pelvic organs the Slaters
are fully aware, consequently Peruna is
their 'remedy In both these very conir.-.on
and annoying diseases. ,
If you do not receive prompt and satis
factory reaults from the use ef Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full
statement of your case, and he will be
pleased to give you his valuable advice
Address Dr. Hartman, President ot The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
TAKE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD
Kansas Populist Beoidd Not to Afiliato
REACH DtCISlON AFTER A BITTER FIGHT
Ei-Consrressmaa Rldgley Leads Fae.
tloa la Favor ef Abaelat Sarrea
r ta Democracy, bat la
Whipped Back la 1.1a.
TOPEKA. Kan.. Feb. II. The populists
of Kansas In session her today, decided
lat tonight that there would be no affil
iation between the populist and democratic
forces in Kansas this year. A atrong fac
tion led by ex-Congreesmaa Ridgley fa
vored absolute surrender to the democrats,
but there were enough of the old-Umo pop
ulists to defeat thla plan. The meeting
waa a lively Sght throughout Majority and
minority reporta were Sled by th com
mittee on resolutions on the subject ot
I ti. rf rrf hack t the
j inri irn 11 . nvaiuiiiiH i-uiiiniij, itriiv, i luiiuii. " - - - - - - -
capital, $600,400; Incorporators, R. M. Wlers, , commltte and a night session ordered. At
A. H. Atwood. T. P. Eate.
Please note what that means.
I furnlah the treatment, give you my best advice,' answer all of
your 1 attars.
It I auoceed, th eoat Is only tS.BO aad th result is health. If I
fall, my effort aad my medicine Is free.
Can't you see that I mast know how to cure?
Th reason Is this: I hav apsat a lifetime in learning how to
atrengthea th Inslds nerves. That nerve power is the force that
operates every vital organ. It la to your body what steam la to an
When any vital organ Is wsak and falls In Its duty, I bring It ths
power it needs. Ths results are certain, and most chronic diseases
cannot be cured in any other way. '
My book will tell you why.
I don't mean that I never fall. I caa always bring back this vital
nerve power; but sometimes an organic disease, like cancer, makes a
cur tmposslbls. .
- But auch conditions are rare. Ia aay cass, no matter how difficult,
I will take the entire risk.
My records show that la sach 40 who get these sla bottles
pay tot them pay because they are cured. It - is this remarkable
record that makes auch aa offer posslbls.
Plead Hot tiallty a Iadletaaeats.
DBADWOOD, S. D., Feb. .1. (Special. )
library Is the third in th state, has over In circuit court W. C. Covert and Harley
IT.000 volumes and In point of patronage Covert, Indicted for robbery; Gerome Har
also stands well to the front. In the laat I vey, indicted for horss stealing, and Leo
three montha f.000 volumes have been la- Wlnsberg. charged with attempting to kill
sued. I gol Levinaoa. were arratmed and entered
I a --a -..II, rti- twA, fV tm mw
SCHMIDT IS DISCHARGED accused ' e'nK implicated In the robbery
of Ed woods at Galena in December, over
which Jerry Kelly was killed by Deputy
Sheriff Patterson. Ons of the Coverts was
driving ths team behind which Kelly was
riding at ths tlms ths deputy sheriff met
1. 1 m n a,M fi, WlmlaM mi A
COLUMBUS. Neb.. Feb. II. (Special.) I 7-7'..... v" . .," .- ..I.
In Justice Hudson's court this afternoon I .... ...... , ... . .
Christian Schmidt, a well-known young :V".,7""'v. Tr.."".: ".V.IJ ..V"'
uvea of this city was tried on the charge (rom Oerm.ny te show that Wlnsberg 1. ot
of larceny. John T. ten otOconee being th. 0WHma n, moUon to
complainant. Teten's testimony that S0 ln a
was abstracted from his trousers pocket ' .
during the night ot February . while he ' Daaagei Aaralaat laloa Pari Be.
I I 1 1 .L. aa M a. . I
wa. .,Mp,UB ,a ia, un m . Tery Darn WVAKBTOV Wvo.. Feb. tl.-SDecial
rith Schmidt, was not considered by the 7.m u.h.ii wmiri, -r ..,.
I" " u"c,?t wa Wh,Cfc t0 aas been awarded damages at Ogden again.;
a. J , ' s aaq as tn jnian pacific In ths sum of 15.000.
Evldeae la Held laaaaieleat a Caa
vlet Hlaa Na th Char
. Ther are 19 chance In 40 that I can cur you or your friend.
It la absolutsly certain that la moat chronic dlseaaea my treatment
represents the utmost that medicine caa do..
It is certain, too, that no other physician will assume the risk, tor
a common treatment could stand a test llks that.
No matter, what your prejudice or doubts, remember that I take
th riak. I alone am the loser It I fall. And If I succeed, yu are well.
Be fair with yourself. At least get my book, I am sorry for the
aick one who caa aay "no" to my offer.
Will Balla New Hall.
BEATRICE. Neb., Feb. 31. (Special.)
The members of the Modern Woodmen of
America at Liberty decided at their laat
meeting to build a large two-story hall.
The top story will be used for lodge pur
poses and ths lower Boor by city author!- I ,ppta,
This was the second trial of the case, the
first having resulted ln a verdict for
Mitchell for damages to ths amount ot
$4,600. Mitchell was a locomotive firemen
on the Union Pacific. Two years sgo
head-snd collision occurred oa Wasatch
hill and Mitchell was seriously Injured.
The railroad compaay baa again taken aa
Simply atata which book you
want, and address Dr. Snoop, Boa
mi. Racine, Wis.
Book No. 1 en Dyapepala.
book No. on the Heart.
Book No. I on the Kidney a.
Book No. 4 for Women.
Book No. I for Men (sealed.)
Book No. on Rheumatism.
tie. Tb cost ot th proposed structure!
is estimated at 16.000, aad a company will
be formed aad (00 shares at $10 each will
be Issued as a mean of raising ths neces
Mild caeca, not chronic, are often cured by en or tw bottle. At
Farmer' laalltat at Ord.
ORD. Neb., Feb. $1. (Special.) The
farmers' institute was a great success.
Among ths speakers waa O. Hull ot Alma,
who discussed with the farmers present
the subject of hogd. C. M. Le welling of
Brownvllie spoks for aa hour oa the esre
I aad management ot poultry. E. von Forell ot
ladlaaa Object ta Lease.
PIERRE. S. D., Feb. II (Special Tele
gram.) Fifty Indians from the Moresu
river, la Cherry Creek country, are la coun
cil at Fort Pierre today on the matter of
leaaea oa the Cheyenne River reservation
They are having a memorial prepared for
their signatures ln protest against ths
leasing and will probably forward It to
Washington by messenger.
The family that keeps oa hand aad uses
occasionally ths celebrated Prickly Aah
Kearney discussed tha working at ths Ms- bitters U always a well-regulated family
party in ths state be kept" intact and that
no attention be paid the democrats. The
ml-orlty called for affiliation with the dem
ocrats. This precipitated a great atorm ln
the convention, the members becoming so
excited ln the discussion that followed aa to
apply personal epithets.
MORE TROUBLE FOR ANDREWS
Third Warrant I awed far Defaaltln
Banker aad' His Ball Is
whereas the complaint says his account
was overdrawn $149,133.55. The complaint
charges that these discrepancies were mad
with the Intent of deceiving tha bank examiner.
Asks for a Receiver.
WICHITA. Kan., Feb. II. In the dletrtet
court a motion waa filed today asking that
a receiver be appointed for the Modern
Tontlea, a fraternal Insurance organization,
on the alleged ground that the order Is
the night session exactly the same reports
were submitted, ons favoring and one op
posing affiliation with the democrats. Tha
fight was atubborn, and finally resultsd la
acceptance of the majority report.-
No plana for the future conduct oi me
. . - . A 1 I . 1.
nartv were maae, otner tnaa ipi im
party would run lU own affairs without the
assistance ot the aemocraia.
Deal la Choice Epithet.
aeral hundred delegate were In the
conference which began at 10 o'clock today
ln Representative hall. For aome lime past
the members of the party hav been trying
to reach a conclusion as to whether they
had better abandon their organisation en
tirely and become aemocraia, retain tneir
organisation and, endors th democratic
ticket. If it la satisfactory and they are
-i..n reoresentatlon upon it. or wnetner
they should put a straight ticket In tha Held
and Ignore any advances of the democrats
looking toward fusion, saco oi me mm
propositions had ita supporters. Ths lead
ers of the party as a rule favored going
Into the democratic party, but, recognising
that thla action would cause all sorts of op
position and possibly a apiit in to party,
they decided to work for the compromise
measure of wsltlng until after ths demo
crats nominate their ticket and then en
dorse It If it is satisfactory-
Chairman Ridgley addreesea me comer-
ence. tie atiecsea
tlon law. A row was precipitated aa soon
aa Rida-lev aot through aad a .test of
strsncth between th fualon and antl-fualon
forces. Edwin Taylor of Wyaoootte county
nominated Grant Harrington ot Browa
county for temporary chairman. Harrlag
ton waa the candidate of the fusion ele
ment. W. J. Babb nominated Walter N
Allen of Jefferson county aa tha candldste
of the aati-fusioa forces. The antt-tusloa-
lsts were successful, th vet being tit to
10d. The antl-fuslonlata thea organised ths
The committee on resolutions In th popu
lists' conference after aeveral hours' dis
cussion brought in two reporta. Ths major
ity taper. recviaUBeaded that th popullat
DETROIT, Feb. II. A third warrant waa
Icausd today for Frank C. Andrews, vice
president of the City Bsvlngs bank, which
Is ln the hands of a receiver, on a com
plaint charging him, together with another
officer ot th bank, for whom a warrant
was also issued, with making a false report
on the bank's eondltlon to th stats banking
commissioner oa February I, 1901.
Mr. Andrew waa arraigned la the police
court and hta counsel asksd that he be re
leased under thla charge on his personal
recognisance ln view of th fact that th
ball on th two former complaints against
him totals $36,000 and la ample. Judge
Wheland declined to grant the requeat and
fixed tha ball at $60,000. Thla waa not fur
nished. Mr. Andrews' xamlnation was set
for February II, th dale ot his examina
tion on th other two complaints.
The complaint mads today alleges falsifi
cation of tha report which was supposed to
show the condition of the bank at the close
of business February f, ItOl. The com
plaint charges that ths loans and ths dls
counts ln the alleged falsified report was
$76,000 out of 'he way. In the matter of
overdrafts the report stated that they
amounted to $191.61, whereas ths books
show, according to the complaint, that they
amounted to $198,87.6I. The complaint re
cites that ths report set forth that there
was $00,896.74 In bank ln reserve cities.
whereas th true amount was $J8,96.74
Th report stated' that there were In
other banks $38.750. 87. whsn ths complaint
states there was but $16,760.67. Ths re
port stated that, in exchanges for clearing
house, there was $97,898.90, and of checks,
csah items, interest and revenue account,
$963.7$, when the proper amount for these
two - items should hav beea $32,366.74,
The report gave the amount of currency
aa $140,686, - when the true amount, ac
cording to tha complaint, waa $40,062.60.
The amount of gold coin In tha report, aa
held la the bank, was $21,292.60, while the
complaint declares ths trus amount waa
$6,670. Tha amount of silver was given
at $10,102.26, Instead of $7,056.60, the true
amount, according to the complaint. The
amount of commercial deposits recorded la
the report , waa $746,267.66, whereas ths
complaint declares the right figure to have
been $943,267. The report indicated that
F. C. Andrews was not I'.able In aay amount
to the bank as payss, whsn tha complaint
declare he really was liable at that time
The report alao ahows that anothsr dl
rector of th bank waa liable to the bank
as payss for $21,000, whsreas the com
plaint aays the true amount should havs
been $46,462 70. P. C. Andrews, aa In
dorser, was reported to be liable tor $37,000.
whea, the complaint aaya, he should have
been liable la this capacity for $142,201 15.
The report indicated that Andrews was
aot llabl la any amount far overdraft.
TWO DAYS OF SUNNY SKIES
Nebraska, Iowa and Adjolnlaa; Statea
Are Promised Southerly
WASHINGTON, Feb. Jl. Forscast!
For Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri. Kansas.
North Dakota and South Dakota Fair Sat
urday and probably Sunday; variabls winds,
For Wyomlag and Colorado Fair Satur
day and Sunday; probably colder Satur
day; variable winds.
For Illinois Fair Saturday and 'probably
uaday; variable winds, becoming southerly.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER Rtiwwaii
OMAHA. Feb. M. Official record of tem
perature ana precipitation compared wiia
the corresponding dsy of the lsst thres
. . l!. 1900. J899.
Maximum temperature.... 41 22 Kf 4
Minimum temperature.... 19 14 21 3
Mean temperature ........ 30 18 27 ai
Precipitation 00 T T T
Record of temperature and nraelnltaHon
at Omaha for this day and since March L
Normal temperature g
Excess for the day 4
Total excess since March 1 (03
Norma, precipitation 03 Inch
Deficiency for the day 03 inch
Total rainfall since March 1 24.89 Inchea
Deficiency since March 1 t b3 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, ISM)... 4.6. Inches
Reports f rem Statloaa at T a. ia.
CONDITION OF THE
North Platte, oartly cloudy .
Cheyenne, partly cloudy ..
Bait Uie city, ciouuy ....
Rapid City, partly cloudy
St. lula, clear
St. Paul, clear
Davenoort. clear ,
Vanaaa City, clear
64 40 .in
4o 4l .00
441 46! .00
3e1 41 .U0
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
SsfMig Injur to0 In
t rafaaf fo asssws, baares
, lltrt am 4eanr freaaJa.
8o 4 Im Sexee -. A raa1 Imltmthnt.
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