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TTIE OMAHA DAILY BF.E: SATinDAV. AlV.rsT 22. IPO.
BERCE'S FRIENDS WORRIED
Dahlman'i Showing of Strength a
Surprise to Thfm. !
aim; m, II
rxriii-rr i turn nr i ! m
WHMiwwi h-Hfr jf--i irrni'i TfctiBV - Y -ti, ifrn MrtrTTB . list J
JOHK MAKER OUT FOR MAYOR JIM
I Inrnln Hotel Men Looking fnr Ihf
rmmiwd RrM Crowd". Which
lime nl Materialised
i (fin the rrMfl.
HPY'C Ori'iriV Or TD llC I " but shipment" are -ii'1 h. hir-d . civrr appointed hi nephew, who in tu: II
uia 5 Ktwtw ut i haul j irtr.:ri.tx,. "" i ,,.
Business and Industrial Conditions
Continue to Expend.
Business failure in the I niti-d .-tatos
for tin- wek ending August " number
I agalt st :49 lst week. 1-".;: tn th. Itl.r
! of i"ii7 i r, 1 , in l !.' ami
i ls.1 In jjni. Canadian fall'.te fo: In
' same period number llilrlv-inn. whii i:
GAIN OF CONSERVATIVE NATURE
Iron and a-leel Mills Arr tteariily
trtrflna; In Their Ontpnt and lr
mand la Imprni Ins hiF
Mi op" Rn,
with thirty-one 11
i-i ireiuent from the bench Recently
lloy I each been Hliovvd $.".(.111 for
rv i( e. and enough morr has fri111 spent
fo tlmt otiftif nearly which was on
hand tn begin with there is only mi lii-
l'ln. tf Pll
1 !" 7
A li'-at. firlu'ltnj flmir Xm-;
Iniu.l Siatt-s and I'arihda for
rntiiriK Augin-t actrccilc :V;'"7.'"S i :
fj!Miit 212 iikIm l lt fk
3..Vh'i.:;47 huf iitM iImp m-'k last f nr.
A mo' ting v ill )..).J in I.in -iln. Tuet-- !
fr -ii i ; i ' "I- V Ausut IT., at w hi. li tln-f farmers
thp p : Ml hp rrrit-f Mi-ntotl lv nn artnvnrv 1
! an 'f furt will hi- inailo to rff'it it 0111- ;
t rornio and (.cttlrnifnt whldi will slop !
MivTORK, Aug. 21.-H. 5. Inin ' ..'
pfkiy rcA it w of trad1 tomorrow niil fi;
Trad and Indtmlrial mtlvity lontinup to
"xpand. imt'r' f nifiil h'-ins t.f a rnns'--rva-lip
nattir- KiHl r.iair,its tierm.tni nrv.
Thr la lntlr d!srr,in.,n to ant it-o ai tlf
future. nt current tli1 nont ion in 1 irti r
and mrrcantll,ro!ifniui!i are more pr 'nipt.
Thrr in itom' fontplhint amontc wll!il P
dt y coiitt; .lo'jrn r t h t t hf ti's .tticiton naP
iltlrariPd from reolnr PnatTter). but tli"
K' total filiialion was Rreatly imtroy. d hy
tlto riisl ribtit Ion fit tlion no iihujlation'.
nnd nian' rrtailrrw l,ap reni;ti,;fd to kuji
pli mrttt ,th. r piirch.i!"a.
In traniifacturine limn t ho Iron ani trl
initial ry is atradily addlns to oniptit n1
al-ni shops are rtcplvitm suliManlial 10:1
ttaot. alMiouch fnodncprs arp hamllt app d
by thf r-tHitent slr.'iiKth of hlirs and
lr-th(-r. . frw rppcial salt of pic iron
bavp b-pn madp at conrrafiova f i oi.i i tn-p.-fiuntations.
aortip nurchant fiirriai-fn prrk
ina all h buslnpa pfferpd. bur il " ppn
rral It val ,of prirra i not niHtcnallv .t.
IpiwI ant' thprp la a d'tirf! iinr-roy.rnpn:
In dPtnand. Mnat rpfottird trana t t h nj ar
fnr thm year'a dpltpry. taoh wp-klrina-lnp
a little larapr ronsumr'ion at sipp ml is
and aomr reduction of mock in 1 trnao.
thf clrf'n woks (luting .Aiicki "ii tlii'1 further lPual f iootrdins and rave h'I .
asainat :..4.t..li bushels in t'e- lorrr-pord . ' , , ,
' Iiik peri' l last yr.ir. A man nani'd .lolinson was prrsidi lit of
'orii ixporis for the wepk nr- ."t37;i 'be (onipany. and O. P. AUntark was sr. -
; bushPls aKainai r.H17 b ,heis last npek! rdary. nd rfforts to lorate the t
ZZJ.?;2?."r .'V:; nr -r- v ! ...- i-p-n futu
. . nr- . iuni, .-i'iruki '. iie riTII i'Xp"l
are 4H.AJ bushels, aaal.-ist !li.'jfii tt.jii 1 i
In the fitnie ..cod last ! t-U (lHK IMHIJ Kill lini.DHEtiH
t o nu n j
HKPOHT OF THE CI.RAH1XG HOt'SE Arllrles f Incorporation Filed and!
Iranaarllona of Ine Aaaoclalrd Banki
I niahl-nf-W ar Reins Vrrnrrtl. I
I not T". e i v . l a . ... t
I far Ike Week. i !!-. .a i. ,
1 NKW YORK. Auk. ll.-H, ddsi reefs bank ,",rI" "f ,:" r;'',,r"a' ,on ,f ,h" VV"Mr"' '
leanngs report for the week t nclmi; Au- ritial Railroatl lonipany liavo ben fil '1 I
au.i j.. shows an aasreaaTe of :.:,. .,7-...r.i. itl, the county . lerk of Phclp county
-..ir. t..j.".in.'-m irtiM eeK ann
i .-.m i in hip currcsprintiniR wok lasl
I The following is a list of the cities:
i mi ti e wci k of survey and secr.rins t lie
ilslii-i.f.wi-v las begrn. The oreanizat ion
l.l: If. n Tt rt. tpil with n roit:.l tA.V
I Clearing,' Inc. ! fee. j." a".1 th" -- J are
j j I . 1. i;r; dy. CI arler- Ftar.tnn. J. CI. Pur-
ll.rg ani. K. O. tarlsor. md S. .'. Nelson.
j ;i of Cnirtha.
13... ! T.ic woik of th S 'rvey h'san in Hip
-.T'luith pert if the iy. and pne? due
north about seven niibs. wlifn It turns
eastward and extends almoi-t to the east-
j cm side of the county, th.nrc In a north-
From a ttaff rrepoiid nt I
I l.INt't iI.N. Aii. .1.-iS--rial, i -Ft '"-nds i
of c,iit' Washington B ise ate b cciminR j
ii'y at lite srowing ftrensth i f Mayor i
, P.iMlninn m 1 incoin. An invert ig:t ! Ion last
nleht sl-.rwfd that IhP msyor will git a big
vot' in this county and ite will :ft I'tar
ti ally tli" unantmous foreicn ton lor
the ib mm ratio nomination that l. i that j
i lu rt of tiii vote which affiliates with the
niinorliv parly. )
Tin Uiucst d fcctlon from tin- Berg.- i
sii Mirlprs, however. Cttnies in the pers ni j
of Colonel John Ct. Miher. II- r: of on ;
Colonel Mahrr has been a warm supporter
and a close adlser of the pipulirt candi- I
date, but lasl night lie t ante out flat-
footed for liahlman. and he will from now j
until 'he pnmoiifs wotk for the n-niiinatim !
of his favorite. In olhtr contests J.ihn I
Mahcr lias been able to got considerable
tui fill fr i; rgf fiom oil tin- d n -i
tats, ami his chang- of hoatt will imi !
d uil t lust the Lincoln man many v t-s. I
Mr. Maher has wrilten the following let- I
tcr. uiwhlch he friticises the t nmpaljm
be ins waged by Liahltnnn s opponent:.
Where Maher aads.
As to the date for holding prininri-s f-r
the tiomiimlion of candidate" is diaw n-a-f.nd
demerits of various candidates are b-- j
itiR discussed by the voters of the staip.
we el-em it proper as sn old acquaintance
and fr'finl of James c". Iiahlinan In ap.W ' '
s w ord In his behalf anel In and as untair.
dishonorable and b.-ne-ith the dignity of nn
Am-rican ciiiin t'te nvthols resnrte tn
by some of tnoso who are o poking l'ahl- .
1'iaii in his can.lidacy for the bovi rnor-
And firs'. we desire to say II at th"
democrats of Nebraska have eause fe.r cm
pratmalton in having presented to tlvm !
the nanier.' ol fhr. abb-, honorable ani
tuah-minded genibmen from wh.ih to s--lect
a candidate, it is. therefore, unfor
tunate thai anvone should bo iPd eitlo r by ;
zeal for an e.ffiee for themselves, or for a i
friend that I hey would resort to un:a r
and (lis honorable means to compass their !
own ends. Why not let the canvass b so
conducted that pet sonalities be left out
and fight the n atter out purely on pnnci-
Pies the various candidates stand for. No.
one w ill question the ability or capacity
of anv cf tie candidates to fill the ex-e-cutive
chair. They will all enforce the:
laws as they find them upim the statutes i
of Nebraska and they will not. in iur ,
judgment, refuse to sign any bi!l that miy
1..,. w.i-iMiore hv cooei mat trlty. even ;
though it if. not in accord with their private
.-.r.ln.ons Then the only Issue is
VE the best underwear made, and made
from the best materials. But we've got too
much and we're going to
FORCE THE SALE OF THE STOCK
and we are going to do it by offering such good
underwear at such low prices that every man who
wears underwear will be tempted to buy all he can
use. Come and get your share of the benefit.
' I - "i - i
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$3.00 All Linen Mesh a OF
tZ.Zo French Msh fJQ
$l.od Mercerized and Lisle
T5c Rra Island Cotton 45C
30c Balbriggan Zn
12.50 l.-nlon Suits
12.00 fnlon 1 Ah
jl.50 union IIS
Suits for laltl
$1.00 l"n!on nCgt
A few more of the
values in Men's Extra
Trousers still to be
had at these prices:
$;).00 Pants. . .1.50
4.00 Pants... $2.50
$?.00 Pants. . .SH.50
$3.50 Xopli pee Shirts 2
$2.00 Noglipee Shirts
$2.00 Xeplipce Shirts
$1.50 Xeglipee Shirts
$1.00 Xrglipoe Shirts
Shirts at . .
Shirts At. . .
nev to dismiss the case against the nils
band, the wife slating nositively that she
will not give testimony' asainat th hus
band. The cas?. hich was to have been
heard, has been continued. The couple
have several children and the parents of
! ii ,
I iii.ifcl .llil ,
nn int-rniyvT's rmvikw of tiiaiie
llinatlaet Oala In Jnbhiug lllatribai.
tlon of Fall (.onda la .Noted.
' NKW VOKK1. Aup. 2!. Bradstreet a to
morrow will aay:
While conservatism still rules putchas
ing. the number of buyers in leading
northern and western centers Is very large
and there is a dlMiiwt gain in Ilio juo
hlng tlstrbatign of fall and winter dry
x!t. h' clthj94ia! 1ind-!illljs,
i iplinrtmirr'ws to the future, is noted. nd
t lie practical completion of Ihe siuall
grain hurifHs. especially of spring wneai.
and the advance of the corn t ro;i tovd
maturity have made for an accentuation
of the mole ejetnfident fe-ling.
Among tli hading induct ties, the most
notable fealure is tile general e-xpanMon
In Inquiry for lumber, with prb e sitow
Ing a distine I nardenitig anel preparallons
inal.ing for the resumption of ui iiioik
nl mills in the south, the nurthwrsi it: I
on the I'ai. iflc coat. The featuies in the
iron ami steel trades are quiet in pig iron
and the improvement in the demand for
railroad supplies, such as light iiuck ma
in ial and ears.
Relatiely the best reports, as tn the
tobbjng trade di.-trihution come from t . . e
Mtuihwest and the Miitr west of the Mis
sissippi, east of the poekies.
Souiiiein markets are slower to feel the
Inipetuy of pi etsjiee tiN e good crop telds.
and tiie mike In tie Ah.hama coal fiebls
eriouRly affects trade in nnd near Bir
mingham Colli i thus show signs of Im
trovenient. eepecla'ly he- . n,, iarly
rop moi emenl has begun. . V . tltet e tne ,i
number of repotis of lagging settlements
iid payments as a whole are not Ml ot
o notmal Kutern shoe maniifu. tutets
re luming out more t-hocs tlian a few
11 V?; out
1-' ni. ..no
-.y.'7.evo! 13 a
4. .'.. HWP
4 474 '.!
3 144 ,e
WAS DEL R OUS
On Chest, Back, and Head Pain,
Heat, and Tingling Were Excru
ciating Nerves in Exhausted
Condition Sleep Badly Broken.
CURE BY CUTICURA
SEEMED LIKE MAGIC
"Vorrls cannot eipresa tha gTt'ad
1 fee! for what Cuticura, Kemcdiea hare
aone tor my aaugn
tr. Arielaui. ishe
is fifteen jr.'ars of
eg. and bad neTer
liad anything th
matter with her
skin until four
vdl months apo, when
jfyJrN an eruption brr.Ue
It out on her chest.
- X LiV UI71 lO t.'l-0.
ui rexin. ana tnenfourweei tt:ictrn
ing and bisters. whicn would break and
run matter. I trv- her to a doctor,
and he pronoitcoe.1 it t" h eciema of a,
Terr bid f.irm. l!a i-eated her. but
Insteed of being checkeii, tha difea3
tpraad. It ahowe-i itse.f en her back,
and theo quickiy spread upward ur.ta
the wh-l cf her head was affectl, and
a!l her hair hd to be cut r if. The pain
she auJerexi .wai eTcrue-iatir.g, ar. i
what with that and the heat and tin
r'. ng her life was a!m ft :r,lsar.'bie.
Se tsacAme run dtwn in health, auo at
t.mea was Tory feven. h. lan,r:id. ard
cir.twsf, and oecasi -vnajlr the was c-L.-ioua.
Hf r nerresi were in such a
state that the couH net lar to ir't
alone, la ar-t ot ,r' 01 wetther
Ihe would inii-t on harine her liedrra
window ;n. and would lean put on
th w.cH.will. Sha aid 0"t hare a
roper heu-r'a sleep for meny nignts.
-. . i A .t VA I r . -.1 s reieri
1 :e r . i ... . - w - - - -
l i,... mm ti.t: MliAf the Mrst. and
I reailT do not know whet we khculd
have dane if we had not nad how
Cuticura c-ured a tir-.ilar case. I
chasod Cuticura S tp, Culicur Chnt-m-nt,
end Cuti-ira Piili. sud belorw
the Ointment was three-quarters
n;shd erwr trace cf tho diea was
rne. U rai!r aeemed Lk magic.
Her hair Is nming on nicclr. I
it:il applr th Cui'.cura Ointment as I
nd it inoreasea the rrowth wonder
f :i:r. Mrs. T. W. Hye. 1 Ongar
Piaoe. Brentwood, taeei. England. Mar.
Co rrm b.. y U PsiM Ike C4e
." OltU!Iii I.-.V I 10 . 11 ; Cjl.1"
t Iev ..! iiM V (of th lo-m el ii'tJ
I New York ....
j l 'lilt-ago
! I'litlaijelphia ..
I ft. Loin;
. San Francisco
! Kansas City ..
j .Minneapolis ..
New orieans .
. 1 'i licit
I. os Angeles .
1 Mil w aukev
1 Indianapolis ..
J Fort Worth ..
Hicntnund .... .
j Stokane. Wash.
; Salt I.Bkc I'i.v . .
1 Toledo. O
IJrand Rapids ...
Fort land. Me. ...
I ay ton
1. tl tie Rock
Ktkland. t'al. ...
( hattanooga ....
'harlesion. P. C
Lincoln. Neb j
j Wheeling. V. Va.
Springfield. 111. .,
New Hedfeird ....
r.ockford. 111. .
1 Faito. N. II. .
eiiitg i lamt on ..
Cheater. r. ..
Sioux Fall. P.
S 'titli Rend. Ind.
j I'.looii.liigton. 111.
! I art on .
pprmjcfield. f. .,
Columbia. S. C .
Jackson. Miss. .
Ing o: in r i:. ms
INM RIME HMlHI P flKAIIED
both partis are Germans and
the 1'lymouth nine
HKATRICE Lee Petty and Miss Ruby
Hamilton were married at YVymore hy
LSF.ATKICK Clarem e S. Alvord and Misa
Mule Barker, both ot Cortland, were mar
ried Wednesday at t lie homo'nf the bride's
parents. .Mr. and Mrs. 'C Barkcy. in High
M COOK All arrangements !iae been
completed tor Ihe McCoeik Chautauqua,
which will open on Saturday afternoon witn
the HesMrlans and Carl 1 hempson as the
I Many (;lhee end Listen to peeches opening attractions.
I ' - Promlwewl Meat. 1 M'COJK Charle s W. Taylor of Lead. S.
I 1 ' ( c ; li . tne newlv elected superintendent of the
8PRINGFIELD. Neb., Aug. -1 lepe- j,.,Vki1i rlt s hools. arrived in the ouy to
' c'al.) Four thousand people helped the old . jay and is alieady busy at work preparing
celebrate ineir , 4LM me uifiun m me .no.ui'n iiuum.
!AHPV JKTTI.KRS HAVE PICNIC
easterly direction to the riatte river.
"4.7 where il w ill cross the river about south
H , or tin Boys" InduMri.il home, a few mil
: west of the city of Krarr.ev .
who was here, stated that the road would
! be built by a ptlvate company and that
! no steam road had any connection with it.
13'a j If there is no difficulty in secunne ih
.... i li.iiil-of-w ay. It Is the intention to begin
' j j the work of construction at euiep.
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in totals lptHUse contain
than rli Br 'ic.
Meat Will Ilaie One large, Jolcy
This evening is the real social event for
ti e tennis men. Women will be driven off
the Field club grounds to niTcmiiudilf
them Uf that's an aicommodatlin). ant
' ' t:i club house will be turned into one
If,!; large smoke houfe. All tennis men ar
! expected to he there at 7 o'clock.
S Thursday night the prizes for the mil
"7 9 1 ";-st tourney, on display in the club house.
24 o j attracted a crowd of people, who stood
12.3 ; With an "Oh. -how-pretty'" look nn thvr
f -j ' fac. s and admired them. In richness and
J taste they are prizes well worth the ef-
9.3 j forts that some tennis-armed athletes have
fiVJJ J been makig to get them. Tiny ar r: In
singles, first prize, cat glass wine service;
14. 3 f second, fine eak chair; consolation singles,
, first, leather su.t ta-; second, traveling
. j I toilet set: championship doubles. first,
21 gold watches; second, bronze writing sets;
, ?, ! consolation doubles, first, umbrellas; sec
" j ond. thermos'" bottles. These are given
21 7 I ''I addition to the cups and go to the best
men. exclusive of the challenge rounds.
The doubles cup has b en played f ir dur
ing a number eif tournaments and Hayes
ar.d Peters had their names on it last year,
but the Miigles' cup Is a new one. as the
the strongest candidate? Our judgment is
that Mr. Dahlman Is. because w h-h-ve a
large malority of the people of Nebraska
are in favor of personal liberty. LaHman
stands for this personal liberty. We do
not know where his oprrmrr" stand.
In commending Mr. liahlman to the dem
ocrats of the state we hiHrs ..o, ... ... g eounty
'"""'""...'rid with . "fill Annual picnic yesterday. A special train
r.er niiin-n.' .... .
i..... r 'it w have to sav re-
SBiiiinc him as a man and we say without
held Western to two
fear of e nf-adictien if.at there is not one
act of bis that would discredit mm. atiei
we woul.; suggest to other aspirant Tor
office who have friends actively working
in their behalf w'.io are wantingly. viciously
and groiindlessly assailing Mr. Dahlman.
that it is unwise for them to countenance
sue h procedure, because it is onenny
that sense of fatr play whicn
.i.,mi..ii 1 lisracterlstic of every
ii'encan We do not look for perfection
in anv man. all must b measured and
lmlged hv a eomr-srlsnn cf their goeid qual
iti s and' such failings as they have, none
berne pprfect. No one has the temerity to
from Omaha over the Missouri Pacific, via
Papillion. brought in four carloads from
Bellevue. South Omaha. Parillion and the
east end. while the regular train from the
south carried extra coaches and were
loaded to their capacity, Louisville alone
furnishing; over ).
The Merchants' bond of Nebraska City
furnished a high grade of music, a colored pltkal tip indicating candidates for whom
. .... 1 I liatv rifliilH vnt a
conceit company also held the munnuoea
attention when there was nominar
doing. r '
Tl,. r.rineioal sneakers were A. W. Jef-
even suggist that Mr fishlman is untruth- 1 , (.gpeciallv addressed his remarks
;y'e,r,iShw'e Sarerfu XJ'lV to XUe old sealer.: taking for his .ubject
....i.iman w ll make tV'e str'ngest candidate
because he stands for personal liberty. He
has convictions and the courage to defend
ther-i He has neer been known to even
neelTa,, evade or dodge an issue that was
presented. He is neither a sentimentalist
or a dreamer, a hypocrite nr a pretender,
but a man in whom is found the full
measure of tl at rucged. stalwart manhood
that lends dignity to the aggressive and
progressie eltlzenship that distinguishes
Ajrierica a a nation, and as measured by
the stanrd of our ptibiic men for cen
tury is above re prone),. He is worthy of
the support of all tiKii who are honest,
practical and brave and who believes that
America is a free country, where we can
serve God 'according to the dictates of
Ins own 1 onscience." as declared in the
constitution of the 1'nited States, and is
"The Pioneer:" Judge Sutton talKea enicr
estliigly on "Crime and Criminals." and
Jjdge A. J. Cornish of Lincoln, who makes
Sarpy county his summer home, addressed
the throngs on general lines.
A. W. Jefferis. who is a candidate be
fore the republican primaries for the nom
ination of congressman from this dis
trict, made a good impression.
The merchants' industrial and comic
parade was a tig feature, over thirty floats
being in line. The only thing tliat in any
way disappninted the crowd was the hall
game between IxiJisville and Springfield,
the boosters of the Louisville team took
FREMONT Steel work on the new
Northwestern bridge across the Platte will
begin within five nays if tln-rc are no un
foreseen Relays. An unusually liiavv feire-e
will he put to work and it is expected to
finish the structure by January 1.
M'COOK Representatives of the Ne
braska State Railway Kmploycs Protec
tive association from Lincoln and other
eastern Nebraska noinls were in I lie citv I
today, giving the local employes the pie
infinitely to be preferred to the polHical , exceptions to a decision of the umpire in
cowaid or trimmer. Iial.lman possesses- the , . fiur,i, inning and left the diamond.
elements of p-pu aritv and will grof in "'. t , , . . , , irl f..r
favor. We only wish every democratic w.th the score standing 4 to . in fa or of
voter and every elector knew him as in- Springfield.
timately as we do and we would have a .r 0)d gml,rs' association is in a
unanimous election. If Mr. Tmhlman isj . . . , , .
r.i.11 r.oe,.moe of i -e i h ..luin flourishing condition, having now a mem-
!. champions. dp was the third that W. T.
Hayes had won. and permanent possession
ef the cup went with it.
A I. lie sentence
28.4i J of suffering with throat and lung trouMe.
" I Is ljuickly commuted by Dr. King's New
Discovery. and Jim. Beaton Drug Co.
HI BF.RT WIN II IMIII IP SHOOT
Dea Molars Man lakes I hamplonshlp
Kif nl in (.real Western Tonrnr).
DF-S MOINKS. la. Aug 21.-1.. F. Fi
ber! of Lies Moines today won the wete;n
handicap champions-hip eve-ni eif ilie ;teat
Western Handicap snoot. d.iaii"B Fic.l
Shatluck of Co imhus. o.. .-ittfr a snsa
liopsl match on hundred and tiitv erae k
ihots e-iuered the event, wb-cii wes fr
h'V birds. Five of theni an o ihrougn with
a score of ! birds ern h Mclfrod .t u..
Ise.uii. 'Veai h of Nehrak Vernnb in of
Iowa. Shatluck cf Colin, lhus. .. and Fl
beit of Iowa Of tins.-, iko lame ti.roup.'i
the ahoot-off with li out if 2" birds
lliese two being 1-lheit an. I S attink. Tl y
baiiire.! awu.e at anotbev jyvcmv biriis. Ei-
; i-ett getting 19 unit ti e hamp-onship. w .nle
I Kliflll i..lr d nl nnh- flllBD.. i. . ..
Klbert displayed lion nerve ih'oii,;h"ut Ii s
oict'M and never faired at any nm-.
He . a vour.g shouter ar.d shot at 1 gme, r
J a 1 .
LI kW '. lUf IM ' n - ' . .
-V w...inl(.i te Pr'T t I. "e4.
.4 ts-:r..-k U.e r 4. ceticr iruZ 4 CLuia-
hfi rr- si. ie.'ii i-.!.
kr - ' - - .tta.ilHM udu Pawajaa.
Irtlaaa of the C awieany Meet tn
Decide I won t onrae to Porane.
He il.I 'HKiiK, Neh.. Aug :1 Special
A meeting was held here yesterday aft
ernoon of interested farmers to the num
ber of about forty, who are poliryholuerji
in the Nebraska Mutual Hall soclity of
Lincoln, whose affairs a short time aso
were placed lu the hands of a receiver by
Judge Holmes, then sitting on he bench
of Lancaster county, to discuss plan for
some kind of a compromise and settle
ment of the targle into which affair
have come There were aUo in attend
ance at the meeting Attorneys M 1
King of Mlnden. who represented the ten
nien 111 Kearney county who signed the
Mplnaiion for a c harter. W. M. Pi ice of
Lin. dn. representing about twenty-five
front various other counties, anil W. ti
Nye of Kearney, representing the Buffalo
' ount v I' lime
Sirne the appoinlnient .f the tec lver
a number of losses have been sustained
bv 1: ose who held policies, and notices
were sent out calling for an assessment.
Some were pa d. and others not. and an
action w begun tn the aisirt l court of
Lanihstir county against Hie delinquents
for the amount of tneir assessim nts, hul
inasmuch as a number of aileg -1 irreg'i-l.-r
thin hal teen discovered, ihe de
fendants ons 'It'd atlnrnevs. lesulllng
in a ni ne t. ..!'. gh eiatnlnat'oa of c 01..I1
t :c:i .
JJlje Hclnici in the isltuivs ct a rt-
at the Big Drug Sale. Remember
Saturday is the last day of the big
Annual Drug Sale at Beaton's.
25c Armour's Glycerine Soap, box
of 3 cakes loc
j 20r Tear's I'nrented Soap lOc
2oc Woodbury a Soap ic
2oc Tooth Brufhes io-
;"5c I'roplj Urtic Tooth Brushes. .
I 25c Babeskiu Talcum He
2T.c Sainton's Talcum hv
Jl f'l H. i C. Perfume, per dor. . . h.-.i
$1.0'i flivcis Perfume, per OZ....II.V
50c Colgate's Perfunu-s 20c
$2 f'O Bath StraB with handle and
niaff-age brush fl.US
Beaton Drug Co,
15th and farnam Streets
every clay men among us will have a friend
al court thai s ineapaNe of being influ
Anxlon for Stale Fair.
Hotel men in Lincoln are Wishing a Ions
wish that the State fair would hurry up
and get here, for durir-s the summer
their business has been slack. Inciden
tally, business men an also anxious for
the crowds to hurry up fcnl come on.
The big Bryan crowds have proven i
delusion ar.d a snare, ar.d so far as heatd
from rnp one sir.cte hi.s nesu nftn lcis 1
profited 11 by reason of the loudly pro
claimed inf'ux of democrats, which faibd
to materialir.c . When Bryan was first
nominated a careful and systematic cam
paign was carried on here to influence the
business men to favor the democratic rar
I didate. It was wliisrnred around that
1 Bry.in would bting t'.oisands of visitors
i to the capitol cit' and every visitor wou'd
1 spend his good, hard earned dollars. One
newspaper here even went so fnr r.s to
j say Lincoln wocld benefit more than did
I Denver from the eon venl ion, 'and Denver
had to pay l'Vi for the convention."
' Ail t'ni induced the business men to ue
jlirvaii pictuca. Tinv used them all right,
j Then the d- r.iocrats told It all over the
Istat Ibat J.lniOln was f r Bryan hiatise
the business Iviuses and the residences
were adornM with Brvan oi"tures.
j We'l. Lincoln is ffll waiting for that
crowd. Lincoln has done Its share toward
I liono"ng t' e democratic canei date. I.ip
; coin now savs it is up to Mr Btyan to
i'arrv out his part of the bargain.
! Irs'ead of bringing the eiowds here, after
I the Lincoln p-ople h.il ac d so generously
' to the candidate. Mr. Bryan has e me
east and probably w-'ll p nil mere time
away from home thin he does at home.
Mra. Teten Will Not Prosecute.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neh.. Aug. 21 -iSpr-
j o I J tly 21 Johnson Tctm. -e c ting
fanner residing mar Talniage after be-ng
jaiir'iit from e. 'me for about five months.
! Iio i"g b ft h.-rause he became .lealous of
'his w If.-, 'etuteel h -nn and. going to the
j house, fourd his wife on the porch ge
j liPg things ready for a lumber of har-
v est hamls w lic w re wjrku g iie.ir tiie
house, u i nl sl ot Y.er fo-ir lime-, on.- of the
'bullets entering her throat, o.ie breaking
I her ijw and the either two nicking serious
they should vole.
FREMONT It is believed that more than
seventy-five Fremonters will go to Omaha
next Mondsv to le initiated into the mys
teries of Ak-Sar-Ben. The L'nion Pacific
will run a special motorcar tor the ex
cursion, leaving Fremont Just after the
supper hour and returning at midnight.
BEATRICE The Methodists of Rockford
and Holmesville held a Sunday school pic
nic In Andrews" grove, near Rockforel
yesterday, which was attended by nearly
41. A game of ball was playe-d between
the Rockford and Holmesville nir.es. which
was won by ihe former by the score of
li to ..
FREMONT Furniture and apparatus for
the new Y'oung Men's Christian association
building is arriving in carload lots. The
electric fixtures are now being placed in
the building and other work Is being rushed.
The fotmal opening will take place Septem
ber 7-11. Governor Sheldon will be the
principal speaker of the week. He will
appear on September 7.
BEATRICE At a special meeting of the
Board of Education last evening the fol
lowing new teachers were elected to fill
vacaiu lee: Miss Eleanore Rodgt rs of Au
rora, Neb ; Miss Minnie Gam of Lincoln,
Neb.; Miss Winifred Dustin of Auburn.
Neb.: Miss Fannie Smith of I'niversity
Place, Neh. The contract for wiring the
new high school building for electric lights
was awarded to the Standard Electric com
pany of Omaha.
FREMONT A petition was filed before
the Dodge county Board of Supervisors
bership of upwards of 4r. t wenty-tnree
members having been removed by death
since their last annual meet.ng. Louis yesterday for the construction of a ditch
Lesieur of Papillion is secretary, and any ten mlle-s in .tngth and ranging from a
. , ' . ..,,. re. width of eleven feet at the bottom at the
one hvlrg in Sarpy count for twent-nve .,art to tliirty feet at the mouth. The. ditch
years can becopie a member by a payment j is proposed to take ihe place of the Rey-
Lnti isllv of S cents i "Olds ditch petitioned for some time ago
antuallv or Jo cents. (o m( h t)re hgs t.orll!d,rab,
" . i.hiprlinri tl mill Hmln n In r p. Myelinic
COl PI. E north of Fremont, which has suffered from
j surplus moistuie for many years.
Jail ! FREMONT The Dodge County Teachers'
AM A I I.T
Cedar Creek I
Arenaed of Aaaanltlnk Them. I
TLATTSMOl TH. Neb.. Aug. 21 (Spc- ;
cial.i Mr. snd Mrs. B. E. Hill went from
Omaha to Cedar Creek to spend few j
weeks camping out and fishing They )
had been In camp several days and were
enjoying themselves hugely, when five
men from the stone quarry made their
appearance. Wednesday night about 9.30,
and told Hill to turn his wife over lo
them on condition that they leave him
alone. He refused to comply with their
request and they immediately assaulted
him. beating him badly and fracturing
the hemes in one of his arms.
The gang then departel without mak
ing further assault upon Mrs. Hill. About
two hours latsr two men returned and
one represented that he waj the shenff
and told the couple to not pul the ir headi
out of the tent or they would be killed.
Nothing came of the second attempt. The
Hills spent the remainder of the night in
the tent in tenor, fearing lest the men
would r'luni and do them further In
Jur. When morning eame a physician
reduced the fiacture. and Hill and his
wife came to this city and swore out a
warrant sgainst Joe Keenan. Eel Dowling
and three others, charging them with hav
ing made a criminal assault. Sheriff
Quinton and Deputy Sheriff Manspeakcr
brought the men to this city and they
are now confined in tiie county ia.l. They
will be given a hearing Saturday.
Inst it tile, the largest institute ever held In
Nebraska, closed Its five-dav session to
day. Instructors at the Institute who hava
visited practically all the institute of th
state during the summer, declare that tha
lodge county meeting was far and awav
the most successful I hev have attended A
total enrollment of 1; breHks the count v
record bv- over thirty and also puts tha
slate attendance re-cord to the had. Tha
work lias been mat ked throughout bv en
thusiasm and diligence.
FI'LLERTON The Teachers' Institute
which opened here last Monday is being
well attended, there being s;xty-nlre teach,
ets enrolled. Prof. Garrett, superintendent
of the Sac Citv llai choil. has charge
of the c lasses in agrtciili urr. reading and
f-edagogy. prof Mrrrow, superintendent
of our city public schools. Is in charge of
the geography, languaae and school man
agement e lasses. wnile Mrs Morrow,
normal teacher in the Fullerton schools,
("-instructing the classes in normal work,
art education and primary methods.
BEATRICE Word wns reoeived hera
vesterdav announcing the death of Mr.
Belle Castle, wife cf the late 43eorge ;aslla,
a former resident of this place, which oc
curred at Kansas City. The body will ba
brought here Saturday morning for In
terment. Mrs. Castle resided In Blue
Springs and Beatrice for years before go
ing to Kansas City. Mr. Castle served Gaga
eounty In the legislature and was also
deputy citv treasurer ef Beatrice at one
time. He died a few yrsra ago. She leaves
a family of three children, two boys anil
BEATRICE Byron Lawton. a farmer
hVIng northeast of the city, recently pur
chased a traction engine . aid , fourteen
plows and has engaged In the plowing
business on a large scale. He has a slx-teen-horse
power engine, and with the as
sistance of three men. ia able to plow
from twenty to twenty-five acres per day.
A deeper furrow is turned in this wsy
than it is possible to make with a team
of horses, and tne farmers are relieved of
considerable work. Steam rlowlng is a
new tiling In Gage county and its intro
duction matks an sdvance in farming
methods in this section.
NEBRASKA CITY The cliy. some time
since, voted bonds and purchased a tract
of land wesi of the city and ahutting onto
the city and since the purchase has been
made they have been endeavoring, through
the council and the county commissioners,
to close a road which runs through the
center of the park and would be through,
the center of a race track which has been
la'd out. llfniv M. Stone, through his
BMorney. J. C. Watson, went into the
district court Ism evening and secured a
restraining order, against the city, county
and the road overseer compelling them lo
stop any move that may be made to close
this road and street. It may be rnma
time before the city will be enabled to do
anything in this matter, and the Idea of
getting a fair grounds, race course and
stock show grounds has been blocked for
the present. The citv had experienced con
siderable trouble in this matter and settled
and look over a lawsuit which the Board
cf Education had against the old driving
park and induced the stockholders to
donate their rights tn the M grounds so
as to enable the city to sell t ivm and
purchase these grounds and Improve them
with the money voted by the people.
Beware of Imitations
Cheap Substitutes and
"Just as Good As'
fe lie mounted Hs
and after r.dlng all
way. tu n-d up in
After h shot his
hor.-.- a"d rode away
mg'it. I av mg lo-t i.l
C is i iy a'-.d gave hims'lf i.p to th- sh'il.'f.
II. was place in ail and after he had
be.n there some davs a numb-r e.f his
ftiends and relatives corn, forward and
f irnished bon is and he as released, tlis
wife, sn the meantime), having had good
attention at the hinds of a physician
and nuise. was in a fair way to recovery.
Teten at once went to I. is home and it
as not long l-efore he and his wife Ial
lorn t'arnlvel for (rata.
CRAIG, Neb. Aug. 21 i Special. I Tiie
v.liage of I'll i! will hold a corn carnival
September 15 and If. There will be four
ball pan i s between trams from the state,
state speakers, merrv -go-round, high div
ing feats, street para.ie. high class street
attract ions and a brass land will be sme
of the feat ires There will be no gambling
allowed. Several hundred dollars have
been raised and Ihe committee guarantees i
I this event t o be the larg-st evfr pulled!
! rff In R .rt i ounty.
j made up ar.d were as living as when tl.ey
were married. They weie in the city ves
terd trying to IndUTC the county attor-
Murli lorn In f nater.
ANrJI.EY Neh.. AJg 21 'Spe. sT.l Th
parg.nl Leader makes the esiimste that
l ust.r county wll have a corn teld of
5(iiiv bushels this fall. The prospects) ste
fir the largest corn j ie Id ever harvested in
Nebraska News Notes.
TLCt'M ? I'M - M r. Wiiliani Watkins of
this city and Miss Effie Knowles of Paw
i ee City were married at the home of-the
bride s patents. Mr. and Mrs. George
Knowles. in tiie last named city.
BEATRICE Ti-e Plymouth hall team
shut out Western yesterday at Swanton by
tne scare uf L lo i. Urlh. wbu pit.herd fr
Cuaerupulous dealers, mindful r.ly of profit and
nothing for the health of their patrons, are offer
for sale low grade. Impure whiskey, which they tell
Is as "good as Duffy's."
It la a cheap concoction and fraud. Intended
to deceive the people. Of course, when a
remedy has been before the public so long, has
been prescribed and used by the best doctors
and In all ths prominent hospitals, and haa
carried the blessing of health into so many
thousands of homes as Duffy's Pur Malt
Whiskey haa. Imitations are bound to arise.
But they ran Imitate the bottle and label only
no one can Imitate the content:
Duffy s Pure Malt Whiskey la an absolutely
pure distillation of malted grain; groat ears
being used to have every kernel thoroughly
malted, thus destroying the germ and produc
ing a predigested liquid food In th form of a
malt essence, which Is the moat effective tonla
stimulant and Invigorator known to science;
softened by warmth and moisture. It pajat
ablllty and freedom from Injurious substances
render It so that It can b retained by th
most sensitive stomach.
Any firm that will Mil Imitations or substi
tution goods will sell Impure goods Th firm
that is dishonest In one thing would not hesi
tate to be dishonest in another. Whenever yoa
see Imitation or substitution goods offered for
sal by a firm, be war of anything and every
thing put up by that firm. Tou endanger your
own live and the live of your family and
friend by dealing with Lpem.
BEWARE OF FRAUDS!
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
i sold In aeaied bottles only never in bulk.
A fac-stmil of the genuine bottie 1 printed
her so that you may easily recognise It It is
our own patented bottle round, amber colored
and with tho nam " Duffy Malt Whiskey Com
pany" blow sn the glass. Th trd,mt'
th Old Chemist's Head is on th label, and
over th cork tbr is an engraved paper seal.
B certain tad seal Is hot broken.
It Is th only whiskey reegmsed by doctors
vrywher as a family med.cln. At ail drug
stores, grocers, dealers, or direct II a hot tie
Write Consulting Physician. Duffy Malt
Whiskey Co. Rochester. N. Y.. for fre llrwa
Uatcd madlcai tokiet and lr advlc.
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