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THE OMAHA DAILY
TJEE: TUESDAY. SEPTKMnETl ?. inn
I71TT1 If 1 fI'TT.lT ll'tfi-ni.
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BurU Off with Ideal Weather and Large
Opening Daj Attendance.
AGRICULTURE MAKES A FINE DISPLAY
Iafcar Dkr rarade Surprises Ktn
the Uberlmi Mea W. J. Bryaa
Roasts the Antbrarlta
(Prom a BtafT Correspondent.)
,,, LINCOLN, Sept. 1. (Special.) The Ne
- fcraska state fair and exposition made 111
thirty-fourth annual bow to the people to
dr anfl vii most cordially received. The
.. aun came out brightly from behind a few
ominous elouda that were gathered early
In the morning and a cool breeze swept
' ovr tha ground. The pilgrimage to the
fair began with the opening of tha gates
at T o'clock and continued until after t
tonight. Etreet cars, trains and carryslls
were kept busy, yet the attendance today
was Intlgnlflcant in comparison with what
It is expected to be tomorrow and for the
. remainder of the fair.
Never in the htory of the Doard of
Agriculture has a state fair opened under
such auspicious circumstances. The ex
hibits are greater In number and better
In quality and represent a wider range of
subjects. Tha Interest manifested seems
' to ba more widespread and evorythlng. in
fact, aeems to Indicate that the prediction
''of Secretary Furnaa that the fair will
pass Into history as tha best ever held will
ssslly come true.
v The featare of the day on the grounds
was tha race!' which consisted of a free
. (or-all under the auspices of the Lincoln
. Roadster club, a trotting event In the 2:40
alass and a running dash. The amphi
theater was well filled and the competi
tion Id the races was spirited and almost
aensatlonal at times.
, . -
Flat Agricultural Display.
Of all tha exhibits on tha grounds there
ara none mora illustrative, of the rich re
" aourcea of the state than those found In
. the Agricultural building. In this depart
meat there are collective exhibits from
' sixteen countless-Lancaster, Dundy, Kear
ney, Saline, Franklin, York, Washington,
t'emaha. Howard, Hayes, Antelope, Cum
ing, Gags, Brown, Hitchcock and Thomas.
Practically everything displayed by those
counties la the collective class was grown
without Irrigation. ,
One exhibit that attracted much atten
tion thia morning was that made by An
telope county. In this northern section
agriculture Is carried on with as good suc
cess as in auy county in the state. The
display was artistically arranged by J. Ct
Jenkins of NeHgh. A feature of the dis
play la a large bunch of pensylaria grass,
atandlng nearly eight feet tall.
The Fisheries building draws large
crowds. There am upward of 5.000 rep
' reaentatlves of the finny tribe on display
in this building, Including some rare va
rieties. In a large tank In the renter of
tbiv building Is a channel ' catfish which
tips ibo scaiea at iiO pounds, in ts mam
moth fish has aa his companion In cap
tivity it spoonbill, catfish, the first ever
, shown at the fair. This latter fish re
... aembles tha ordinary catfish, with the ex
4 caption that It has a long spoon bill, meas
uring ten inches from the teeth.
Labor Day Parade.
In a parade over a mile In length tha
labor organizations observed their holiday
this morning. Eighteen organizations, uni
formed and brilliant In color, with banners
and badgea, and floats, marched and coun
termarched. It was a surprise to all. Even
the men themselves did not expect that
they would make so good a showing. With
Ideal weather they were favored with a
crowd that jammed tha streets the entire
length of the line of march. . Following
the parade the men went with their families
" to tha park and passed the remainder of
tha day with sports of various sorts, in
cluding bicycle racing, base ball and danc
tng. Only one unpleasantness marred the work
mt the morning. This was an assault on a
aonunlon plumber. H. O. Meade threat
' ened to Join the marchers, In spite of their
' ' protests. When ha appeared In his wsgon
union plumbers pounced upon him and tore
his banners to tatters. He appealed to a
policeman who scattered the crowd and
allowed him to proceed. He says be knows
all who Interfered with him and threatens
ta make arrests.
First prlzs for appearance In the parade
was awarded tc the Painters' union. Sec
ond to tha bartenders. The first prize ban
ner waa carried by the plumbers and the
aecond by the crlckmssont.
The 'Central Labor union, which engi
neered tha celebration, Is elated over Ha
auccess. City, county and state officers on
tha ravlewtng stand, including Governor
Bavsge, pronounced It . a aurprislng and
At Lincoln park during tha afternoon
W. J. Bryan wss the principal speaker.
Lauding tha labor unions throughout bis
address ha took occasion to pound the an
thracite operatlvea for cowardice. He said:
( Roasts Coal Baroae.
They dare not show their books to the
public. That Is tha reason why they refuse
FOR IRRITATIONS OF THE SKIN, RASHES,
Heat Perspiration, Lameness, and Soreness incidental
to Canoeing, Riding-, Cycling, Tennis, or any Athletics,
no other application so soothing, cooling , and refreshing; as
a bath with CuncuRA Soap, followed by gentle anointings
with CuncuRA, the Great Skin Cure.
Millions of Women use CUT1CURA SOAP for' preserving, purifying, aad'
beautifying tbe skin, lor cleansing the scalp ol crusut. at sic, ana dandruff,
and Ihe slopping of falling hair, lor softening, whitening, and soothing red,
rough, and aorc hand, (or baby rubra and chaflngs.ia the form of baths
for annoying Irritations and Inflammations of women, or too tree or alien,
stve fxr.piratloo.la tha form oi wasUcs for ulcerative weaknesses, sad many
sanative. natU.f tic surpon whtia readily suggest themselves, as well as
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combine delicate emollient properties derived from CUTICl RA. the great
s sua care, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the moat refreshing
floibdr odours. Nothing can Induce thuM who have ooce used thcao great -asia
purifiers and bcautiflcrs to use aay others.
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So... I. snSna.lt. C Jottss Dsuo Caan. Coar.. Sol Pi of., Besius, U. S, A.
to arbitrate. They know they are In the
wrong, it nas came to mv notice In all
labor trouble that th aide least wtlllna
to arbitrate It the one which has something
o rnnreel. The coal barons will not sub
mit to arbitration because thev know that
It would be the judgment of the American
people that they are not paying enough
wags to the men who burrow Into the
bowels of the earth to bring forth their
It la a mistake for any tabor organisation
to think It can fight a finish contest wth
any of these gigantic trust powers. Where
any trust or corporation can shut down for
rrom a year to ten years it Is foily for the
labor organizations to think they can fight
It out with them tinier they have saved
enough money to kep them this length
Arbitration is the only wise and practica
ble means of settlement of labor differ
ences. It is so In the coal strike, but the
operatives refuse to do It. While T do not
believe In government by injunction, I do
neueve mere snnuiti ce compulsory submit
slon of this question to arbitration.
Were It not for the work of labor nrasnt.
aatlons In this country during the last
twejity-flve years, I believe the condition
or laoor now would be Indlscrlbahle. They
have done more than laws for the better
ment of conditions and have even been the
salvation of the laborers outalde of the
unions. They have made mistakes, but so
have the wmplnyera, but they are looking
n ine rigni oirecuon.
RAIN SPOILS STREET FAIR
Sportlwsr Elenest Has Troable with
Officers Aeeoaat of Bala
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Sent. 1. (Snecl.l
The street fair and carnival wound up on
8aturdsy night under great difficulties, the
rsres advertised ror the last afternoon and
all the minor sports being pes'poned cn
account of the drenching rain which came
that afternoon and evening. Quite a large
crowd was present and waa considerably
disappointed. One of the most Interesting
features of the entire session was the laat
ball game between the home team and tha
team from Highland, Kan. ' The day waa
fine and a large crowd present. Not a
score was made until the last half of the
eleventh inning, when Jlmmle Fetz of the
home team knocked out a three-bagger, with
two men on bares, and the crowd went
wild. Both teams were at their best and
were evenly matched. Linn waa in the
box for the locals and succeeded In strik
ing out seventeen of the visitors, while
Jones fanned nine of the locals. The city
was filled up during the entire three daya
with out-of-town people, the sporting ele
ment being largely reoresrnted. Soma of
these who were operating games ex
perienced some little difficulty with tha
authorities during the last afternoon n
account of the fleecing of rural visitors and
were compelled to take leave on short no
tice. Otherwise the affair
In spite of the wet and disagreeable
weather, which prevailed during the entire
time. Hon. J. H. Mickev. the candidate for
governor on the republican ticket, waa
billed for a speech on Saturday, but owing
to late trains failed to reach the city until
lata in the evening.
Telephone Rates Reduced.
HOOPER, Neb.. Sept. 1. (Special.) Last
week the Hooper Telephone company and
the Farmers' Telephone company made an
agreement for the exchange of services
over their lines. This Includes lines to all
towna in the country, exnenttnir Fremnnt
and connectlona will be made there aa soon
as the Independent aystem ia completed.
The Nebraska Telephone company has
taken notice of this arrangement by Is
suing a new achedula of prices, which
practically cuts In two the former ratea
to towna In this neighborhood.
The new rata to Fremont, Scrlbner. Sny
der and Ames la 15 cents, while tha rata
to North Bend, West Point, Dodge, Te
kamah and Oakland la placed at 20 centa,
... Company I Elects Officers.
TECUMSEH, Neb., Sept. .l.-.(Speelal.)
At an election of officers for Company I,
Nebraska National guard. ' last evening,
Lieutenant William Ray was elected cap
tain to succeed Captain G, T. Wortben,
who has removed to Iowa. First Lleutcn
ant Charles Reddon had resigned .and C.
A. Keslar was chosen as his successor. To
fill the vacancy of second lieutenant
caused by the promotion ' of Lieutenant
Ray, Milan Blair was elected. The com
pany has voted to attend tha encampment
ai rori nuey. nan., in October, provided
arrangements which, ars now under way
are made to take the whole regiment down
there for ten days.
Fares a Serloaa Chars;.
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. Sent. 1 rflnaol.l I
George Law, who is the delivery man at
wneeiera meat market and has resided
here only a few weeks, coming here from
Falls City. Neb., was arrested niht
on a warrant sworn out of Justice Mar
ble's court for an assault with Intent to
commit rape, the complaining witness be
ing Miss Grace McCaslln. When arraigned
he plead "not guilty," and not being ready
for trial the case was set for hearing
Monday mornlna at 10 o'clock Th.
oner Is in charge of Constable Fouta, not
having procured ball,
Switch Engine Strikes Bnlldlaa;.
y FREMONT, Neb.. Sept. 1. (Special Tel
egram.) A awltch engine on tha , Union
Pacific thla afternoon ran a . caboose
through a corner of the Healey aV Murray
factory, which waa being moved to a site
on F street. Neither the caboose or en
gine left the track and the damage to
either waa not heavy
Tfaoagdiida Hare Kidney Tronbl
and Don't Know It.
Bow To Find Oat.
Fill a bottle or common class with your
water and let it r.and twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling Indicates an
tion of tha kid
neys; If It stains
your linen it la
evldenca of kid
ney trouble: tooj
frequent desire to
rises It nr nsln tn
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There ta comfort In the knowledge ao
often expressed, that Dr. Kllmer'e Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, pain tn tha
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of tha urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
tt, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many tlmea
during the night. The mild and tha extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root la soon
realized. It stands the highest for Ita won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have tha
best. Sold by druggists In SOc. andjl. alzes.
You may have a sample bottle of thla
and a book that tells
more about It, both sent
absolutely free by mall.
Addrua Dr. Kilmr A
Room of frwunp-ftoot.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reacting tnis generous otter in tnia paper,
Don't make any mistake, but remember
tha name. Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Bingham
ton, N. Y., on every bottle.
OPENING OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Hostk with the R. Brings School
Hooka as Well as
TABLE ROCK, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special.)
The schools of Table Rock opened
up this morning. The attendance at the
opening promises to be much larger than
HARVARD. Neb.. Sept. 1. (Special.)
Harvard bubllc schools begin their year's
work today, Prof. D. D. Miles in charge,
Miss Abbott, principal of high school;
Mrs. Backus, Instructor, with a total list
of thirteen teachers, of which eight are
In central school and Ave in outside
schools, the Harvard district being six
TECUMSEH. Neb.. Sept. 1. (Special.)
The public schools opened here thla morn
ing for another year's work. The attend
ance wss good for the opening day. The
teaching force is aa follows: C. N. Ander
son, superintendent; Isaac Hospera, prin
cipal high achool; Miss Fannie Plllsbury,
assistant principal; B. E. Dill, principal
grammar achool; Miss Helen Wright as
sistant; the Misses Evangeline Erwln, Nora
Douglas, Sarah Bowen. grade teachers; the
Misses Vlnnle Motcalf, Idemna Bwan and
Clara Zutavern, primary teachera.
KEARNEY, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special Tel
egram.) The Kearney achoola opened thla
forenoon under very favorable circum
stances, the attendance for tha first dsy
being good and denoting an Increase, with
puptla and teachera in good spirits and
Superintendent Thomas having tha work
well in hand. The attendance from out of
town Is Increasing, there being new pu
pils from ths country In Buffalo county
and also frera Kearney county.-
CLOSE UP THE BRANCH BANKS
Browsjht Aboat by Discoveries la the
Failed Teeamaeh Inatl
tatloa. TECUMSEH. Neb.. Sept. J. (Special Tel
egram.) The branch banks of the Cham
berlain bank at Vesta and Graf will not
open tomorrow. 8tate Bank Examiner W.
R. Hartwell saw fit to take them In charge
today and brought the papers and books
to this city. The move was prompted by
some discoveries In the failure here. Both
these little banks, which have been or
ganised less than eighteen months, were
in tha hands of good officers and com
manded the confidence of the villagers and
farmers about them. C. C. Reed was pres
ident of the Vesta Institution and Ben R.
Hunt was cashier. L. A. Graf waa presi
dent of the Graf bank and J. O. Graf was
cashier. Each was capitalised for $5,000.
These bsnks are in good shape and tha
depositors will be paid In full.
A meeting of the depositors of the Cham
berlain bank was held at the court house
tonight and an adjournment taken till
Wednesday night. At that time someone
will bs decided on to recommend for ap
pointment as receiver and attorneya will
will be selected. One vote on these repre
sentatives will be given for each $50 on
deposit. A mortgage was filed on tha
Chamberlain home here today. It was for
$1,000 and waa given by fashler Chamber
lain tha day ha left tha city. He made no
record of It at the bank and It la believed
bs realised tha cash on It and took It with
END TEMPERANCE CONVENTION
York W. O. T. V. PleKea Wigs
War aa All Klada at
TORK. Neb., Sept. 1. (Special.) At tha
second day of the Women's Christian Tem
perance union convention Mrs. Spurloch of
the Orphans' home save a varv interesting
and entertaining history of the present
status of the Women's Christian Temper
ance Union temnle at Chlcaa-o. Tha m.
lutlons adopted pledges the York Women'a
mrisuan Temperance union to do every
thing In Its power against having sa
loons In York county. Alao recognises tha
fact that ths city of York has made such
a growth and that by reason of Its being
a city It has gained some reputation for
corruption, and they resolved to take a
more determined atand against Institutions
of vice and use every means in their power
to create an atmosphere of nurltv. aa th
tha young and unwary may walk aafer and
do guarded .against, tha vultures of so
ciety. A vote of thanks tn appreciation of tha
efficient and ceasefess work rtnn v tk.
retiring president. Mrs. Nortbup, wss
given. Also a vote of thanks to Rev.
Green of this city for his assistance and
inspiring address and to tha singers of ths
city of York.
York Gets Freo Delivery.
YORK, Neb.. Sept 1. (Special.) Today
was tha first day or the free mall delivery
la tha city of York. Owing to ita being
Labor day and a legal holiday tha mall
carriers did not commence today, but are
going over their routes, making them
selves well acquainted with what work they
ara required to do. Mall will ba delivered
at all residences where there ara side
walks. Thla la In accordance with aa or
dinance passed by tha city council. By
reason of York'a getting free mall delivery,
mora new. good, substantial sidewalks have
been built and aa ordinance waa passed
soma time ago forbidding: the building at
aAJ woods walks.
NEBRASKA TOWNS CELEBRATE
Labor Day Appropriately Observed ia Ho it
of Larger Plaoev
SOUTH OMAHA HELPS OUT NEBRASKA CITY
Llaeola t'aloatats . Bava a t.arae
Parade, with a Plcalo and
Addresses la the
BEATRICE, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special Tel
egram.) Labor day was generally observed
In this city this forenoon. Thejabor or
ganisations, representing the ', painters,
barbers, carpenters, stone masons and
molders, made a psrade through the prin
cipal streets of the city. The procession
waa headed by the Second regiment band
and about 400 men were In line. Aside from
this demonstration no regular program
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special.)
One of tha largest crowds of people ever
aeea in Plattamouth gathered here todsy
to celebrate tha opening of the Plattamouth
pontoon bridge and Labor day. They came
from Omaha, South Omaha, Nebraska City
and other surrounding towns and the coun
try. The crowd was roughly estimated at
60,000. The weather was delightful. The
carefully arranged program was carried out
to tha letter. Tha large Labor day parade
formed on Main street at 2 o'clock In the
afternoon, and wss headed by Tom E.
Parmele and Dr. Cummins In the latter'a
automobile, followed by the B. aV. M. band,
the Huett family band, consisting of father,
mother, three daughtera and one son of
Greenwood, Neb., and what purported to bo
the Nebraska City band, consisting of about
one dozen persons with falsa faces, with
tin horns, a snare and a baas drum; the
Plattsmouth Cigar Makers union and all
other trades unions in Plattsmouth. Mills
county, Iowa, carried away nearly all the
large prises hung up for the races,, tug
of war, etc.
FREMONT, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special.) The
county and city offices and banks closed
today and flags were displayed on the court
house and city hall, but there was no other
evidence that today was a holiday. The
Leathers Workers' union gave a dance at
Masonic hall thla evening, which was well
attended and added considerable to their
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) The Labor day celebration which
waa planned and carried out by the com
mittee chosen from among the various
trades unions represented in Nebraska City
waa In all things a brilliant success. The
dsy broke clear and bright, and all day
long the most beautiful conditions Imag
The local unions met at their respective
halls, and forming on South Sixth street
marched to the Missouri Pacific depot to
welcome the visitors who came from South
Omaha on a special train. There were
about 500 of these excursionists, and as
they marched np the atreet headed by
tneir own band tbey made a very Impos
ing ehe-jrlng. Ts visiter wsr Vii
members of the Bricklayers' union. Fol
lowing the visiting workmen the local or
ganisations formed with' the meat cutters;
printers, clerks. Federation of Labor,
Dricxiayers, barbers, painters and carpen
ters all In line. The Merchants' band of
thia city did Ita share toward furnishing
The procession moved Up Central avenue
to Thirteenth street and doubled back to
Sixth, thenca north 6h Sixth street to
Tenth avenue and east to Metcalfe grove.
where the entertainment" bf the day waa
to taae place. .
At 1:S0 o'clock, there waa speaking by
H. H. Hanka, democratic candidate for
congress from this district.' . John H.
Mickey, republican nominee for 'governor:
Vice President C. E. Schmidt of the Meat
Cutters' union and otbera. After the
speaking there were a number of races" snd
other events and a game, of base ball be
tween the Argoa of this city and a team
representing the Omaha' bricklayers. The
excursionists left for home on their spe
clal train at 1:80 o'clock.
TORNADO DOES MUCH DAMAGE
Balldlasrs Wrecked, Crops a ad Orch
ards Destroyed Jfer Hamboldt
avad Table Rook.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Sept L (Special.)
Tha storm which visited thla nt, s.t.
urday night and brought a downpour of
vaier 10 me extent or two or .three Inches,
together with a liberal electrical display,
developed cyclone symptoms a few miles
northwest of the city and several stories
of damaged cropa and deatroyed property
are being brought to town thla morning.
A large barn on the farm of J. R. SUnder
ford waa completely demolished and the
corn standing In the field of John Gutxmer
waa practically twisted from the ground
and la a total loss. An orchard belonging
to O. E. Kora waa also blown down, many
of tha treea being uprooted in a manner
which Indicated wonderful power In the
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. Sept L (Special.)
Further reports from the storm of Satur
day night show that two or three miles
south of this place the wind approached the
nature ox a cyclone, destroying the or
chards on tha farms of Martin Burge and
Mr. Bchults, occupied by Charlea Wilson,,
and doing damage on the places of Adolph
Chase. William Wyman, Robert Taylor, M.
H. Marble, F. J. O'Coanell, Frank Kallna.
William Roblnaon, and perbapa others.
HEBRON. Neb.. Sept. 1. (Special.)
Soma of the farmers around Thayer county
report slight damage to their crops aa a
result of the heavy wlnda and the rain
storm here last night Tha eane baa
headed out well and In aoma placea has
become topheavy. Soma of thla grain was
blown over by the winds, then beaten
down by tha rain and to aoma extent
badly damaged. The waters In our
streams have risen out of their usual pro
portions and made travel over aoma of our
county roada and bridges Impossible. The
Rock Island road betwten here and Desh
ler Is damaged and passengers hsve to
transfer between these two points to reach
Death froaa Heart Disease.
NORFOLK. Neb., Sept. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) W. H. White, dlatrlct manager for
ths Singer Sewing Machine company, with
headquarters at Norfolk, died at 7 o'clock
thla evening from neuralgia of the heart
He leaves a wife and a aon, aged 7. Mr.
White and his family came here from
Wahoo about three months ago, and were
comparative atrangers In Norfolk. They
hsd just returned from a week's visit to
Clearwater and vicinity. Mr. Whits was
at work at his office, between 4 and S
o'clock la the afternoon, when ha waa
stricken. Doctors were summoned, but
were unable to aid him.
Former Grafton Resldeat Killed.
GRAFTON, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special.) A
message received here yesterday evening
announced that George Brady of Peoria,
III., had been killed. No particulars were
given. He formerly lived here and later
at McCook, where he was employed la ths
Burlington railroad abopa.
Call Grama Island Pastor.
FREMONT, Neb.. Bept L (Special.) Dr.
Jordaa of the First Baptist church of Grand
Island yesterday accepted the call of the
Bsptiat thurrh otihls city and will assume
the pastorste October 1. Dr. Jordan has
been pastor of the Grand Island church for
about nine years snd has been very suc
cessful. He wss chaplain of the Third Ne
braska during the Spanish war, but resigned
about the time the regiment was ordered
to Cuba. Rev. T. L. Ketman, the former
pastor of the Fremont church, left this
morning for Chicago to assume the position
of assistant secretary of the Baptist Pab
Ucation society. , .
INJURY LIKELY TO PROVE FATAL
Fremont Has Ram the Spoat of aa
Oil Can Into His
FREMONT. Neb., Sept. 1. (Special.)
Fred Hahn. an emolove of ths Nve-flrhnrl.
der company of this city, met with a aerl-
ous ana probsbly fatal Injury Saturday af
ternoon. He was up In the top of elevator
u ouing some machinery with a can having
a long, slender snout. In soma s ha
slipped and fell, his right elbow striking
against something drove the spout Into his
head Just above his left eye to a depth of
nearly two inches. He wss able to wslk
to his home, a distance of eleht blocks un.
assisted snd while the Injury was painful
aid not consider it serious. Later he waa
taken worse and was removed to the hos
pital. The physicians think that some of
the larger blood vessels of the brain are
ruptured and consider bla recovery very
doubtful and should he recover It Is feared
his mind may be affected. Ha la 2t
old. unmarried, a graduate of the Fremont
High school and hss been for some time In
me employ or the Nye-Schnelder company.
Narrow Eacapo from Drowning.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Sent. 1. (fin.H.l
Hiram Wlttwer and Charles Liu tier, two
young farmers from south of tha cltv hail
a narrow escape from death by drowning
on Saturday night, after the big rainstorm.
They attempted to cross the south fork of
me wemana at tne Beutler ford and were
swept away by the current, which was
badly swollen. The side curtains to the
buggy were in place and it waa with great
difficulty that the young men extricated
themselves from the wreck, both hin.
unable to walk for some time after drag
ging themselves from the stream. The team
was found the next morning quite a dis
tance below, both horses belnd dead and
still fastened to the rig.
Otoo Old Settlers.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb.. Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) The annual reunion of the old aet
tlers of Otoe county was held at Morton's
park today and an unusually Urge crowd of
the pioneers of Nebraska and their de
scendants was present. The reminiscences
of those who helped to make Nebraska
what It is today, were listened to with
great Interest by the younger generation.
A number of very entertaining speeches
were delivered and excellent music, fur
nlshed by a chorus of something over fifty
Promotion for Roadmaater Brackea.
TECUMSEH, Neb., Sept. 1. (Special.)
it is said tnat Roadmaater E. P. Bracken
of the Burlington is soon to receive a
promotion to trainmaster of this division.
Hie headquarters will be at Tahla RnrV
and he will have supervision over all
trains between Atchison and Rulo and Lin
coln and St Joseph. The promotion Is a
source of satisfaction to Mr. Bracken'a
many friends in this city.
Johnson' Republican Convention.
TECUMSEH. Neb.. Sept. 1. (Special.)
At a meeting or the republican county
central committee here Saturday. Septem
ber 20 was selected , as she day for hold
lng the county nominating convention
There are several asplranta to' the Yew of-
flees to be filled.
"J . t J ? t.' ...
teal Horse and Baggy,
FREMONT, Neb., Sept. l: (Special.)
lsi nignt aome one atole a light, open
wagon from In front of John McGinnla' Im
plement store, corner of Main anil TMiA
streets. An old buggy, worth perhaps 2 or
13, was left in Its place.
Little Liver Pills.
ttiuet Baar tlgnaturo of
fee Pao-alaalts Wrapsa
ft! IAUIW tUI.
CUR I tJCIC HCADAOHb
Iffipsrial Hair Regenerator
Is everywhere rseegaUed aa the
STANDARD HAIR COLORINd
tor Gray er BlsMhad Ratr. Its spptb
catlaa Is sot sAsruxt br hathai penults
enrllnri ts abaelotely bamlasa, aut Id.
valnabls for -rU and Mnataeba O.N'l
APPLICATION UHTM MONTHS.
pmls oj ysuf kafr eqlorwt fret,.
Imperial Chemical Co.. US W. 23d St.. N. Y.
Bold by Sherman McConnell Drug Co.
flpertal Informstlnn snd rebatM on school fees
secured for Until number ol Bludmta in wb of
seroral hundrxd scliooU of Ilia lilvhaat sUndlns,
Icicawd In all narla of Ilia country :(:ll(s, Voun(
Ladiaa Boarding echools: Military KcIki.J: Schools
nf La, Medtrtna, Itontifttry, Pharinarr, Bualnaaa,
Music, Art. Wa Invito correspondence from persons
wun wuh to attend nnr school, or who hare cttildraa
to educate. Catalouus of any achool fra.
American educational Camaany,
IA lltarkara .. t htcusa, ill.
UliW.kHli ZiVonjilC. ZJlnator.
Msatoall rlall. 24 J Wabaab-arv. Chicago.
Calais JlaUcd Fraev
I Year aamaU aa
II I ITT1 P
FOR SYSTEA1IC CATARRH
Peculiar to Summer Pe-ru-na Gives
Prompt and Permanent Relief.
C. 8. Rhosds, Indianapolis, lnd., writes:
"For tbe psat two years 1 bave hardly
ful nlght'a sleep. Cares snd overwork a
should or would had I been able to get
help me and ordered me South for a com
ply out of the question, and as I had bea
how much Teruna had helped them, I dec
did. Six bottles made a new man of me.
refreshed and rested.
"My official duties are not half ao hard
healtlly endorse reruns," C. 8. Rhoads.
Judge Wm. T. Zenor, of Washington. D.
C, writes from 21S N. Capital street,
Washington, D. C:
"I take pleasure in aaylng that I can
cheerfully recommend the use of Peruna
aa a remedy for catarrhal trouble and a
most excellent tonic for general conditions."
Wm. T. Zcnor.
Mrs. Amanda' Morrill, ISO Reld street,
Elizabeth, N. J., writes:
"I have been sick over two years with
nervous 'prostration and general debility,
and heart trouble. Have bad four doctors;
all cald that I could not get well. I had
not walked a step in nine months, suffering
with partial paralysis and palpitation,
of the heart every other day, aad
had become ho reduced in flesh aa
tn be a mere skeleton, weighing only
"Up to thla date I have taken Peruna for
seven months. It haa saved my life
R O R l" O 4T E9i st3fc WBfc
C S-Rhoads j ;
For sale) by all
And Raturn via
r . . v ui me nnesi nsning ana
hunting grounds on earth, the dense forest being
f n a ft m f lira I afwS a b TM It T aa
. , , i
mjui, i n, wnusi
u. m Busier, uciiik
oi Bocae, uucas ana
w . myjum iy .cat ii mese ravorea
localities without unnecessary expenditure
1"T f T ll has 1
X 132 Faria fn it.
Catalogue and Omaha references . on application.
COL. ALBERT M. JACKSON. A. M.. SupL, UPPER ALTON, ILL.
a ataioa w. . a. Lowe, leaven weaTa, Kaaaaa.
ffiT Wcnlworih Military Academy
E. JiJL? C..rmni uprviiia od qulpmanl.
K 1 KB
' Mtmmuuvwm lim. 1.UL.
sot l year. The College
i A T" l i f Amarlai.il runaiw.titrv. ir
' J"."1iTy atam,
aXytilt; rar aaiaJcma, add.
-l-S.&J.,L'..a2 faatarl fMaalat (M.y). Resident Professors f
known what It was to hsve a sweet, rest-
eemed to weigh me down more than It
my proper rest. My doctor was unable to
plete rest and change. As this was slm
rd several of the men under me speak of
Ided to try It and am glad Indeed that I
I eat well, sleep well and get up feeling
and I certainly have good reasons to
A Proment Business Man
of Indianapolis Restored to
Health and Vigor by' Pe ru-,
na. He Says: "Pe-ru-na
made a New Man of Me."
as I can safely testify, lhava not
felt so well in five years, having
walked over, one mile without ilj
result, and have also gained thirty
pounds alnce commencing to take Peru
na. In fact, I cannot praise It too high
ly." Mrs. Amanda Morrill.
Peruna never falls to prevent eystemlo
catarrh or nervous prostration if taken in
time. Peruna Is the most prompt and per
manent cure for all casea of nervoua pros
tration caused by aystemlo catarrh known
to the medical profession.
, .If you do not derive prompt and-satisfactory
results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full atatement of your case and ha will be
pleased to give you hta valuable advice
Address Dr. Hartman. President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
for ths Laundry
Purest snd Beat
Blanc Maags, site.
flrat - olasa arooarsa.
Through sleeper daily be
tween Omaha and not
Springs S. D. Round trip
passenger fare $14.50
Aug. 30 to Sept 10 inc.
Round trip to ,
HOT SPRINGS, SO. DAK.
Splendid golf links.
wining wnn mountain
aiso full or attractions
ne nauni lor millions
otner wild fowls.
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HIV LfllUn frA
viix:i tuo eovva
Oldest sad larcest
Bitlitery ackool 1
Army ofllivr deta'tod. tnpmrm lor t'nivarslttaa.
SSHUfUHU aatLt WS. SI. a., SUS1., LSMInjtsa, Me.
AND CONSERVATORY FOR LADIES
jBlverslly trained faculty.' Oerman
enaed. hy specialists. Was. M. Umr
iMavk. Kraidant Frofaaaora timmm.
Fas-rut, Rekarta, Tkaias, Hsraaiar,
JOUM W. M114JO&T, rrssk, tt Collage Place. MEXICO, HO.
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