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The Nebraska Advertiser
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FIIIDAV. JANt 21, 18110.
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l'rof.r, W. 'hijlor lias now nrruux
(() dales I'u i farmuro Institutes iih fol
)ovh: TeeuniBeh, .January 21-l!2;
Johnson, Jiiiiimry 22-2.'l; Auburn, Jim
miry 2:i2i; Humboldt, January 24 -2b.
The following oIlleeiH were recently
elected by Hit) Nemaha County Palm
ers Mutual Insurau'je Company: Do
loss II uliCM, president; I). A. Jonem
vlco president ; O. L Dovel, secretary ;
A. W. riull.baugh. treasurer. The
toports ofoillcui'H iih load showed tho
company to be in u prosperous ootid I
The hotuo merchant In entitled to
your trade and ought to have it, an
against the ilinuraut dealer r tlio
merchant of somn distant city. lie
upends IiIh money heie. He bnihlH a
litmus which enhances tho value of nil
propuity. Ho lielpud pay for the
cliurch in widen you worship and tho
school in which you sund your cbil
(1 1 tin. lie cannot afford to inisrepre
Ncnt hia goods or to swindle you.
bell interest alone would prevent Ibis
Ho HtayH wuh you in Hiintdiine and in
htorni, in times of prosperity and days
ofadvetslly. ilo beam his uhare of
the burdens of gojd Kiivcrumunt.
When a stiliHoriptlon papur la passed
ho la first approached. Thesonro a few
of Hie reasons why you should pat ro
ll izo tho homo inerchaut. Kx.
MltS. MINICK WINS.
Judge Tibbelta decided last week the
somewhat celebrated case of Airs.
Aiico Miuick va E. T. Una' et ul. in
Mi'd. Mlnick'a favor. Mrs. Minick
and Mr. Hull wore cooutties for a
Mra. llubbell on a not. Mrs.
Hubboll was insolvent and Hint win
brought by tho Nebraska Savings bank
against thu suieties tor something like
82,760. Tlio judgment obtained waa
assigned to N. 0. Urock, who did
not proceed agaiuat Hull, but
tr.insfened to Uage county and
levied on valuuble Iota of Mra. Miuick.
Injunction proceeding weiu begun,
but went agalnat Mia. Miuick. It
wan taken to the supreme court and
theiu agttn decided against her But
ineanw'iile lirock released aeveral lota
to Hull' to allow til in to aell them.
Mia. Minick through her attoruey.a
Wollenbaref & Williams, begun
a suit in ttpiily in this county to
nave the judgment to which Mia. Min
ick wim liable icduced one-half. Tins
.ludgo Tibbotri decided was a coiruct
appicatiou of iho law and Mra. Minick
received back il.:i8.r oi tho $2,750 she
had iald into court. Lincoln Journal.
In a letter to Mra. J. M Sandeis
Mra. 11. W.Shubert gives tho following
account of the way Christmas was
passed at San Jacinto, California, where
Mr. and Mra. ikhubert aie apendlng the
winter with their daughter, Mrs. Lulu
"I will try and doseribo tlio way we
spent our Chiiatnias. Wo took dinner
at Mra. Vauwinkle'a, Lulu's mother-in-law.
A merry pnrtywo were. After
dinner tlio .i.eu took their chairs out
of doora and sat in Iho yaid Lulu
jumped up from tho table and ran out
of doors to cool off; Bhe wis ho warm
Now that sounds kind of fishy, doesn't
it? Hut lam going to tell something
bigger than I hut. We wont riding to
day (Dec. 20th); took our dinner with
up, drovo i.o the mountains, hitched our
loam, went up on top of a small moun
tain, sat down without our wraps, at U
our dinner perfectly comfortable.pioked
Home beautiful flowers, among which
were voi bonus, the most beautiful I
ovoraaw: On our road homo killed a
snake. Saw men and women digging
potatoes, eating their dinner in tho
Hold. Saw a man making nay actu
ally making hay. It is delightful
weather, but what pul.Us mo ia, when
it ia summer. Winter ia so near like
summer that I wonder if we wont got
tired of it and want to boo snow and
ico, Mauv H. Siiuiikht."
Ohamborluin'B Eyo and Shin Ointment
Ia unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt
lUteum, t?culd Head, Soro Nipples, Chapped
ilunds. Itching Piles, burns, Froht liites,
Chroma Poro Eyes and Granulated Eye Lids.
For salo by druggists ut 25 cents per box.
For putting a liorso in a flue healthy con
dition try l)r. Ciuly's Condition Powders.
They tone up tho system, nid digestion, euro
loss of appetite, relievo constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
now life to an old or over-worked horse. 25
cents per package. For salo by druggists.
Curing by I'aIUi.
The modern faith ruriat can nccom
pish nothing without the cooperation
of invalids who hae faith to bo cured.
All physicians know that curea are
fionietlmen effected by psychical Impres
sion or hypnotic suggcHtion, causing
Iho mind to act upon the body. "Any
Byatem of treatment," nays Carpenter
In his "Mental Physiology," "however
absurd, that can be puffed Into public
notoriety for efficiency, any individual
who, by design or necident, obtains a
reputation for the possession of a Hpcsial
gift of healing; is certain to attract a
multitude of sufferers, among whom
will bo several who are capable of being
really benefitted by a strong assurance
of relief, while, others for a time believe
themselves to have experienced It."
I5ut such cures, comment) the Indlan
ndollH Sentinel, are not miraculous, and
do not constitute tuiy claim to Messiah
ship. Quacks and frauds like Schlatter
would make no progress in gaining'
notoriety if superstitious and gossip-mongcring-
people did not Hock around
and help him.
Statistics of nomenclature would be
interesting. John Smith, a traveling
man from New York, recently stated
that one person out of each 100 bears
the same name as himself. This iwd
to bo a source of great annoyance to
him. but ho has proved equal to tlio
emergency by inventing' a new and at
tractive mode of identification through
the medium of photography. lie buyy
photographs the size of a postage stamp
in large lots, reducing' their cost to
a mere trifle- Those he places on his
business eards and leaves with his cor
respondents with instructions to stamp
on all envelopes. The photograph is
placed in the center of the envelope
and his name below it. When lie calls
for mail he presents a duplicate pho
tograph, thus avoiding getting other
men's letters or their obtaining- his.
The scheme has only been in operation
a month, but it Is said to work liko n
In writing' to a railway ofllclal for
D. II. transportation recently a Port
land (Ore.) citizen said: "There is noth
ing' so important as the good will of
your patrons, and there is no better
way for you to secure this than by
Issuing- passes to influential persons
when cogent reasons are shown. Now,
last, week 1 wrote to Mr. Stone, to send
me a pass to Corvallis, as I wanted to go
down to see some friends and my legs
are rather wealc, but he, with a heart
as hard as his name, replied that tho
trouble In my limbs was probably
caused by not using them enough, and
told mo I eon Id use the track to walk
on. Tills sort of language is not cal
culated to create a kindly feeling, to say
the least. I would like to have a. pass
to Corvallis some time when yon
think of it." It do beat all how callous
and unfeeling' those railway people are.
Ciikmation of the dead is growing in
favor in Philadelphia. A cremation so
elety was organized in 1888, and the
number of bodies cremated each year
since then has increased steadily. In
1889 there were 28 cremations, and so
far this year there have been 80. Tho
society hns started recently a schema to
"popularize tho movement," by issuing'
bonds which net the purchaser three
per cent, interest per annum, and en
title the holder of each bond to one in
cineration, with a receptacle and space
for tho Btorago of the ashes. The so
ciety now has 2G0 members and 300
A woman moonshiner with a Win
chester rifle gao the revenue officers a
lively tussle near Clermont, Fla., the
other day. She was nt work with her
illicit still when the ofllcers surprised
her. She eunght up a Winchester and
brought it to her shoulder before the
ofllcers could seize her, but one of them
knocked up tho gun before she could
pull tho trigger. Then she drew n big
knifo and slightly wounded several
of the men before she could be dis
armed and secured. She is but about
30 years old.
Somk cultured and charitable girls
of Boston are giving a Natalis Kobono
In order to raise money for the poor.
They gave a Dilkush last year, but they
say the Kobono Is much more taking'.
No one knows what tho thing-nivalis;
but that is just what makes ita money
getter. There is a charge of ten cents
for the prlvilegu of guessing the mean
ing, with the chance of winning a prize
of $2.50. In this way does the impulse
of altruism express Itself in thu capi
tal of New England.
A lawvku of large experience and
somo observation defines the art of civ
ilization as getting your neighbor's
money out of his pocket nnd into your
own without making yourself amena
ble to law. The legal gentleman who
gives this definition undoubtedly has
ample opportunity for verifying the
correctness of his theory.
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