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Dross m Aging Pirlors
All workmanship guaranteed. Goods deliv
ered when promised without fail, new lash
ions just in. This department also leads in
fashion and low prices. Inspection invited.
Ginghams and White Goods.
13 A different patterns and effects on dress ginghams only 9c a yard
I0U worth 12 J and 15c.
Best Anderson Scotch ginghams, only 23c, worth 35c.
Aprons ginghams 5 and 8c, worth 10 and 12c a yard.
Calicos flowH to 3c a yard.
India linen Cc a yard, worth 10.
Victoria lawns, 6c a yard,
linen zephyrs, all colors, 15c, worth 23.
Figured lawns 4c a yard, worth 8c.
Gigantic Bargains in Surah Silks This Week !
Over Thirty street and evening shades included, ftdly twenty-two inches wide at SlcetiS a yard,
Worth 85c and $1. Biggest bargain yet offered in these goods.
48 pieces of Beige dress goods in all
colors,brown, gray, blue, black,tan,
navy, scarlet, etc.
Now is the time to dress the children
for school, and house dresses.
Ghallies in all the beautiful colors
suitable for spring and summer
Get a house wrapper and street dress
from these goods, never be cheaper
SECOND FLOOR !
Lawns! Lawns! oar
price is down to
How is this for a
Ladies' pure silk
vests, short sleeves
Ladies' and children's
Fast Black Hosiery
Ladies' Jersey vests
Worth more than
Ladies' and children's
Special bargains in
skirts and chemise
49, 59, 69C.
J. 1 Barter Co.
In Collars & Cuffs,
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L Leaders in Low Prices. I
Best American Ginghams
Worth 121 and 15.
We are prepared to show new designs and new patterns in (y
tuis spring. -
INGRAIN CARPETS, 375c yd. -...
INGRAIN UNION CHAIN CARPETS, 45c and 50e: . .
ALL-WOOL INGRAIN SUPER CARPETS, .CO and C5C
grade INGRAIN ALL-WOOL CARPETS, 7oc yd. HundrwU-of
to select from. " -.. "".'
HKMP CARPETS. 18c vil. " . .
Best 3-PLY HEMP CARPETS, 25c, others ask 3anj d
9ft nairs nf 3 vnrdn loner LACE CURTAINS nnlv 9V n,r.
18 pairs NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS .only. Sliopd
yara3 long. - - -
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10 pairs xjwi.n..- j.jiu vcuxxuo c.AJU pajr j
yaras long. .
LACE CURTAINS BY THE YARD; i; .
50-inch wide lace only 20c. . ,.
54-inch wide lace down to 25c. . . V '- ,
60-inch wide lace only 30c. . . . " .
CURTAIN SCRIM Ye vd. . . - '
FIGURED ETEMIXE" curtain material 12cvd.. :. -WINDOW
SHADES all new patterns. 45, 50 and 75c.
J. A. Barber & GO., Columbus,
lateral at the Post-oSee, Colambes, Neb., as
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be accompanied by the fall name of the wr:t"r
We'teserre tha right to reject any aianusrnp:
and cannot agree to return tho same. e.ir
a correspondent in erery school-'JiHtrict i
Platte county, one of good judgment, and re
liable in erery way. Write plainly, each itci.
separately. Owens facta.
WEDNESDAY. APBIL a. 1980.
Grand Island has become a city of
the first class.
Schutxeb's citizens, one day last
week, voted down the $20,000 school
Ex-Gov. Egbert FcknaswUI be rec
omtnended and appointed commissioner
of the world's fair from Nebraska.
Christian Fcrst, the murderer of
rlos Pulsifer. has been denied a new
trial and sentenced to be hanged July
Neax and other persons charged with
the murder of Mr. and Mrs. Jones will
be tried at the May term of court in
It is understood that the war depart
ment will soon withdraw the U. S. troops
from Forts Bridget and Sidney, in the
department of the Platte.
The talk of the Alliance nominating
Tan Wyck for governor and Leese for
attorney general, is interesting some of
the aspirants on the state tickets.
Henry M. Stanley was tendered an
ovation on arriving at Brussels, from a
large crowd of people who were gathered
at the station. The city was decorated.
A. J. Sawyer, a merchant of Crete,
mysteriously disappeared one night last
week. Diligent search has been made
for him, but up to Saturday he had not
"See to it that every son and daughter
of our republic, so far as human laws
and human conduct avail, shall have an
equal chance and a fair start in the race
of life." Lincoln.
Mrs. Mary Knapp of Polk county, 13
miles northwest of Osceola, committed
suicide by arsenic Monday of last week.
This was her second attempt at suicide.
The Sunday before, the family had had
a quarrel and battle.
WlLLLUf Frankie, a German farmer
near Arlington, committed suicide Tues
day night by cutting his throat with a
pocket knife. Despondency over the
drunken and depraved life of his son
Gus is said to be the cause of the tragedy.
Frank Carrol is wanted at Council
Bluffs for accosting a young girl on her
way home from school, and asking .her
to go with him to a house of ill fame.
And yet there are men who say that
such establishments are a protection to
good girls. What fine reasoning!
- - ' '
O. P. ZrNER of Bichardtown, N. D.,
killed his brother Albert, Wednesday,
last. The murdered man entered the
house of his brother and made insulting
remarks to the wife of the murderer
whereupon a scuffle followed in which
Albert was shot, dying almost instantly.
Mrs. Gro. McArthur, aged 25, wife
of a farmer near Ord, committed suicide'
Wednesday morning by hanging, using
a driving line suspended from one of the
rafter's in her husband's barn. The
couple lived with the husband's parents
aad it is claimed that the suicide was
dae to family troubles. She leaves two
The Omaha World-Herald of the 17th,
has this to say: "Mr. G. G. Becher of
Columbus, who is quietly running for
state auditor, is in the city. He does
Bot deny that he would like to inherit
Aaditor Bentor's shoes, but will not ad-
asit that he is going to make the race."
Gas would make an excellent auditor,
as he has a county treasurer.
How can a man say that a woman has
nothing to do? In one year she gets
diaaar 385 tisaes, washes the dishes 1005
tiara, gets the children ready for school
twice a day for 180 days, gets the baby
to sleep 1400 tames, makes about 300
calk, aad as she wishes for something
ahekaaat every minute, she wishes 00
tWaajs aa hour, or 4880 thugs in a year.
Who says that a wosaaa has nothing to
4oT afcodea Danocnt
Keep is Every Year.
The Journal remarked last week that
one oi our snrewdest politicians nau
said this is a very good year to keep
one's nose out of politics. The Schiiyler
Sun, qnoting the paragraph, Bays:
"When our 'shrewdest politicans' ad
vise us to keep out of politics we may
generally conclude that it is about time
we were taking a hand. And this year
of our Lord, 1890, appears to be one
when the 'shrewdest politicians' would
have us keep our hands out.
In the east the Wall street bankers
would not have the legislators at Wash
ington touch the money question. They
are afraid congress will do something to
place more money in circulation and
thus prevent them from controlling the
finances of the country. In the west the
railroad managers want ns to keep ont
of politics for fear that we might elect
state legislators this fall who will com
pel them to lower their rates. Yes, ac
cording to slick -tongued, 'shrewdest
politicians' it would be a mighty fine
thing to keep out of politics, but the
Sun's advice is for ever' man to see that
be is in politics tnis year.
When these 'shrewd politicians' want
the farmer and laboring man out of pol
itics it is their business to lie very active
All of which is true enough. The
Journal's advice would be somewhat
different from the Sun's, in this, that
every man should see that he is in poli
tics, not only this year, but every year.
The shrewdest politicians should not be
allowed to run things.
The Bill Shoald Pas.
A few days ago senator .Paddock in
troduced a bill in the United States sen
ate which proposes to place the fish
commission under the department of
bers of the senate
selves strongly in opposition to the
measure. In some of the eastern towns
mate nave elpreesedThem-
where spectacled science resides, resolu
tions have been adopted declaring, in
substance that the loss of the autonomy
of the fish commission would be a blow
to its efficiency, making its officers and
employes possible foot balls of political
preferment, instead of encouraged and
enthusiastic scientists in their life work.
Viewed from a scientific standpoint this
position may be correct, But from a
practical, economic view Senator Pad
dock is eminently correct. The bill
should pass, and it should pass this ses
sion. The commission should be placed
where it properly belongs, under the
charge of the agricultural department.
Take, for instance, the carp. An au
thority informs us that this fish is gen
erally considered excellent for the table,
that it prefers quiet waters and that it
will eat almost any vegetable food in
artificial ponds. They are very tena
cIoub of life and it is said that they will
pass long periods, especially in winter,
If these fish will eat baled hay and
wild prairie grass why should they not
come under the supervision of the agri
cultural department, and thus give con
gressmen a chance to increase votes in
doubtful districts by sending to enthu
siastic and patriotic constituents parcels
of German carp and wall-eyed pike
through the mails instead of agricultur
al reports. Mr. Connell could secure a
branding iron and burn his brand upon
these fish and distribute them through
out the Big First to great advantage.
Science is not in as bad a way as some
Nebraska congressmen. Senator Pad
dock's bill should speedily become a
law. Omaha World Herald.
At the Armour-Cudahy packing house
in South Omaha last Tuesday afternoon
at five o'clock a frightful murder took
place. Fred. Badznwait, aged twenty
two years, and Anton Siamek a fifteen-years-old
boy, had some dispute, but the
working men in the room paid no atten
tion to it, thinking it was a little half
fun common among the workmen. Be
fore they- realized it was a quarrel,
Siamek had plunged his six-inch blade
working knife into the; heart of Badzu
wait Siamek is a Bohemian and can
not speak English; he claims Badznwait
was throwing refuse in his face, and was
following him around with his pitchfork,
when he turned and threw his knife at
him. Siamek lives with his mother and
step-father near Metz's brewery in
Omaha. Radzuwait is a German and
has been in this country about fifteen
years. He leaves his father, mother,
wife, three brothers and one sister.
A very remarkable fact as given by
one of the papers is that the wounded
man pulled the knife from his heart, in
credible as it may seem, walked across
the room, untied and took off his three
aprons and then without a moment's
warning, fell to the floor dead.
The boy does not seem .to realize the
enormity of the crime he has committed;
he was stolid and indifferent when spo
ken to in the cell.
Settle the money problem, and yon
settle seven-eights of all the problems of
life, for work and wages are the ground
on which we stand and the heaven that
spreads itself above our heads. Let the
people (the general government) devise
a just manner of increasing the volume
of money of the country and placing it
with those who produce all the wealth
of the nation, and at the same time regu
lating the volume according to the needs
of the people, and many of the minor
questions will disappear from view.
If the government saw fit, in an ex
igency, to issue currency on bonded
security, what is to hinder from
issuing currency in a similar man
ner upon the best security in the world,
viz: the soil used to raise the crops that
feed mankind? Details are of minor im
portance, and can very readily be man
aged. Apply the remedy for our ills at
the place where it is needed.
Nebraska Crops, Etc.
In making his report for 1889, Secre
tary Furnas of the state board of agri
culture remarks that the compilation is
made from official state and county rec
ords, etc; that the values, average and
general, of lands, both improved, and
unimproved, and live stock, are entirely
from official returns and records, and
are far below actual cash values, as they
are made for taxable purposes. We give
below the figures for Platte county:
Acres of land, improved 179,777
Value of same $613,017
Acres, unimproved 211,490
Value of same $483,170
Horses. 858. value 162.204
Wheat 22,720 131,7tiu
Oats 81,730 1,270,000
Seventeen cars of machinery for the
sugar factory were met at Lincoln last
Wednesday by a delegation from Grand
Island and escorted thither in great
state. The band discoursed music by
the way.. Eight large placards announc
ed that "sugar is king and Grand Island
the throne." "Grand Island sweetens the
world." The arrival there was heralded
by the blowing of steam whistles and
ringing of bells and by the shouts of the
assembled crowd. Gov. Thayer aad
other prominent Lincolnites wan with
the delegation aad remained to iaapact
part of the works already finished.
Good Advice Always.
An exchange truthfully says: "When
you want a mechanic or laboring man
employ a worthy citizen, a neighbor who
will use his wage money in purchasing
your goods. When you want any article
of merchandise buy it of a reputable
home dealer, that the profit may remain
to enrich the community. All these
people help to educate your children,
share your tax burdens and help make
your city the desirable place it is. Send
your money abroad only for what you
cannot purchase at home. Home talent,
home labor, home industry, home capi
tal and home pleasures are things to be
fostered, encouraged, patronized. Show
your patriotism in every day life as wejl
as in the annual Fourth of July celebra
tion. This is an excellent time to
'swear off on foreign patronage."
Newton Slyter, a young man, at
tempted to commit rape on the ten-years-old
daughter of the farmer, near
Brady Island, for whom he was working.
The parents were absent from the house
and the little girl and three other chil
dren were asleep when the fellow enter
ed the bed room and was about to ac
complish his purpose when the father
arrived and caught htm. The punish
ment fixed by law is not severe enough
for such cowardly and fiendish work as
The officers of the state board of agri
culture are already busy preparing for
next fall's fair, which is to be held at
Lincoln Sept. 5th to 12th, entries closing
on the 6th, and the fair proper begin
ning on the 8th. The improvements to
be added this year, it is said will make
the grounds second to none other in
America, .mere is no uouot but our
state may well feel proud of the manner
in which the fairs have been conducted
the past few years.
When we get to raising sugar beets
and tobacco in this country the prices of
other produce will be better. A diver
sity of crops is what is needed and N. W.
Wells tells the Sun that his firm will
employ an experienced hand and will
thoroughly test what the soil can do
herein the way of raising tobacco. They
will try a Connecticut tobacco plant
Mr. Wells is rather of the opinion that
with the right kind of tobacco and prop
er care it can be made a profitable crop
here. Schuyler Sun.
A Kansas City detective named John
A. Sherman has been arrested charged
with the murder of his brother-in-law
W. a Wrightsman, Nov. 16, 1886. The
circumstantial evidence is against him,
as Wrightsman had considerable money
on his person at the time of his disap
pearance, and Sherman afterwards had
an unusual amount. They were known
to have been together on a fishing ex
cursion the week of the disappearance.
Fmsbow regakr corraapoadeBt
The ultra silver men are clamoring for
outright and absolute free coinage and
the indications are that the bill agreed
upon will give it to them, in effect if not
It hat been proposed to put the fish
rnaum nn under tne control of the ag-
ricmltaral department, but Fish Com
aiisriTrTT McDonald is bitterly opposed
to it. He withes to retain hit present
independent position of not being under
the control of any department, and mak
ing his reports directly to congress. But
it strikes most distinterested people that
the commissioner ought to be under the
supervision of one of the government
departments, and the agricultural would
seem to be the proper one.
The friends of Chicago are happy.
The senate committee has made a favor
able report on the world's fair bill, with
several minor amendments, and in all
probabilities it will be passed by the
senate this week.
Senator Sherman's anti-trust bill, or
rather the substitute that judiciary com
mittee reported for it, and which the
senate passed last week, is not well re
ceived by the members of the house, and
it is extremely doubtful whether it will
ever get before the house. The reason
for this is that the bill will not in the
opinion of experts, hurt any of , the ex
isting trusts or prevent the formationof
new ones. -
Senator and Mrs. Manderson celebrat
ed their silver wedding last Friday
night by giving a reception to their
A verv interesting ceremony took
place in the White House Saturday,
the president presented to Mr. Joseph
Francis, the inventor of the first life
saving car, the gold medal authorized by
act of congress of August, 1888. Mr.
Francis is 89 years old and very feeble.
He has received medals and decorations
from a number of foreign governments,
but this is the first recognition he has
ever had from his own government,
notwithstanding his invention has been
for years used by our life-saving service.
The Three Americas congress will
formally adjourn on Thursday, and on
Friday the members will leave here for
a tour of the south lasting till May 10.
One of the latest recommendations of
the congress is for the chartering of a
system of international banks.
J. Edgar Engle, assistant chief or
d division of the pension
toTilaaawhohad his -pension rented.
It begins to look at last as if there was
a prospect of getting a good national
bankrupt law through congress. The
Torrey bankruptcy bill has been favor
ably reported to the house. This bill
protects the interests of both debtor
and creditor and will, if it becomes a law
at the present session, go into effect
November 1, next.
The president has received a gold
headed cane, cut from the yoke which
supported the independence bell in 1776.
The cane came from a citizen of Phila
delphia. The McKinley tariff bill will be re
ported to the house tomorrow, and ex
Speaker Carlisle will present the dem
ocratic side of the question in an
elaborate minority report against the
bill. The democrats have suddenly lost
their courage and decided that they
would not prepare a tariff bill. When
the debate on the bill is to begin will be
determined upon later on, but it is per
fectly safe to say that it will not be as
extensive as that upon the Mills bill in
the last congress, and it is also safe to
announce in the most positive termsihat
the McKinley bill wilt become a law at
the -present session of congress, dem
ocratic statements to the contrary not
withstanding. Senator Quay has returned from
Pennsylvania and is besieged by his
friends for information on various politi
cal questions, and they seldom go sway
Their Bwtiaeft Booniag.
Probably no one thing has caused
such a general revival of trade at David
Dowty's drug store as their giving away
to their customers of so many free trial
bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption. Their trade is simply
enormous in this very valuable article
from the fact that it always cures and
never disappoints. Coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis, croup, and all throat
and lung diseases qickly cured. You
can test it before buying by getting a
trial bottle free, large size SI. Every
Wheat and oats are about all
Several of our citizens are having the
grippe again, or else the first attackihas
taken a new hold; the last is worse than
A surprise party was made for Mrs.
McNabb last Monday evening, it being
her birthday anniversary.
Nels Berlin is having a well bored on
his place. John Koch expects to com
mence one for M. C. Hanchett next
Bert Berndt met with an almost fatal
accident last week his colt that he was
riding threw him over his head on the
ground. A neighbor was with him and
assisted him home. He is now about
over the effects of the fall. Dan.
Martin Futrell (colored) was hang
ed last week at Hernendo, Miss., for the
murder of his wife.
Backlea'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by David Dowty. 3
A board for examining pension ap
plicants has been established at Albion.
In a recent article in the Youth's Com
panion, on "how to cure a cold," the
writer advises a hot lemonade to be tak
et at bed time. It is a dangerous treat
ment, especially during the severe cold
weather of the winter months, as it opens
the pores of the skin and leaves the sys
tem in such a condition that another and
much more severe cold is almost certain
to be contracted. Many years constant
use and the experience 'Jl Inousands of
persons r' ali'agesThas fully demonstrat
ed that, there is nothing better for a
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with nature, relieves the lungs, liquefies
the tough tenacious mucous, making it
easier to expectorate, and restores the
system to a strong and healthy condi
tion. Fifty cent bottles for sale by all
A. C. Tybrel of Madison, has received
from the Paris exposition a medal on his
exhibit of honey.
Mr. T. A. Deroven, merchant, Deroven,
La., says: "The St. Patrick's Pills went
like hot cakes." People who have once
tried them are never satisfied with any
other kind. Their action and reliability
as a cathartic is what makes them popu
lar. For sale by all druggists.
Buy a Home
NOW IS THE TIME
AND DOST DKIiAV
Prices are Low.
WILL PAY !
REAL ESTATE IN THIS
IS ON THE VERGE OP A GREAT BOOM.
It is in the air, you' can hear it everywhere.
men, save your
monthlv payments. I will sell you lots in Stevens's Addition for 100 and up.
Addition $'200; in Gerrard's Addition $75 and up. Oida Addition $50 and
$50 and up.
monev and buv"a UV Lv
Choice lots" fn.'Sniith's
up. South side,:-"truck
AUK 4IGUKE "U."
Htc figure 9 in our dates will make a long stay.
iJo man or woman now living will ever date a
Jocmnent without using the figure 9. It stand
in tha third place in 1860, where it will remain ten
rears and then move up to second place in 1900,
where it will rest for one hundred years.
There is another "9" which has also come to stay.
It is unlike the figure 9 in our dates In the respect
that it has already moved up to first place, where
It will permanently remain. It Is called the "No.
" High Arm Wheeler &. Wilson Sewing Machine.
The "Xo. 9" was endorsed (or first place by the
experts of Europe at the Paris Exposition of 1889,
where, after a severe contest with the leading ma
chines of the world, it was awarded the only
Grand Prize given to family sewing machines, all
others on exhibit having received lower awards
of gold medals, eta The French Government
also recognized its superiority by the decoration of
Ur. KathanielWheeler,Presidentor the company,
with the Cross of the Legion of Honor.
The "Xo. 9" is not an old machine improved
upon, but is an entirely new machine, and the
Grand Prize at Paris was awarded it as the grand
est advance in sewing machine mechanism of the
age. Those who buy it can rest assured, there.
fore, or having the very latest and best.
I WILL OWN
Lots i Dwellings
IN ANY PART OF THE CITY
1 W A II
$5 a Month?
E. D. Fitzpatrick
Bookseller aad Stationer,
OF COLUMBUS, NEB.,
i ianuo g uigano
The majority report on the tariff bill,
is jnore favorable, in some respects, to
bounties than duties.
In accordance with an "act- to provide
for the relief of Union soldiers, sailors
and marines, and the indigent wives,
widows and minor children of indigent
or deceased Union soldiers, sailors and
Notice is hereby given that the Sol
diers Belief Commission of Platte coun
ty, Neb., will meet at the office of the
county clerk on Monday, April 28,-1690,
at 2 o'clock p. m., for the transaction of
such business as may legally be brought
All parties entitled to relief under the
provisions of the above act will receive
a aespectful hearing.
By order of the commission.
uateu April i, v&aj.
WHEELER & WILSON VFO COt,
185 and 187 Wabash At., CUflagft
W. KIBLER, Leigk. Net.
Joint Public Sale
Baby Carriages, Express Wagias,
HASE BALL GOODS.
FOLLOW THE CROWD FOR BARGAINS
13th St., CtJaaiw. Istr.
ALS YKE Clover,
Blue Grass ail WarflSeefls
for Sale By
IS AGENT FOR THE FOLLO WIN& Hi
OF TIME-TRIED and APPROVED
Seeders and Harrows.
Strowbridge Broadcast Seeder. Niagara force-feed" wagon lxx seeder.
ler Droaacasi lorce-reeu eleven:foot seeder. The best broadcast seeder on
wuicn win measure your grain anil ground as it sows, and maka a Drettv
tST-I f t15ecrP- It will sow anything from a half-grown timothy W t
"-. "- ,. ii itoo uhm. vimiiu uisc narrow anil seeder combined,
max disc harrow without seeder attachments. -
Plows and Cultivators.
Wier plows, Wier cultivators, Wier lever harrows, Wier listers, the ocly ;
i-u 0ico ujoue-, ier umuvaiore ior listed corn, something entirely new. W
and see it. Price $14. to correspond with th hunt tim ' i
FIvinir Dntchmnn riding nlnxra THvinr TVitnkn..! n-r l"e"
Dutchman gang plows. Dandy cultivator, guaranteed to scour in anv orL tllj
r0trvt0nffue cwltivator. Orvis plows, Orris cultivators, Orvis hollos: .-al
cm uarrows. cuuiong aiss cultivators, Standard corn planter, Standard e
Tr otujpiwi.auu Hirongesi, cnecK rower made. Drops the cornice
ngni, piuce every rime. JianU S. Cultivator, the queen of all' cidti vat"
wuu iuo rucw in corn neiu as Jianu . lias on every race track.
mill oehiwi I NO.
Gains In 188
UiiM Cntral Lift iRSiranci Ci.9
Of Cincinnati. O., made the following
gains in 489:
ibe senate nas passea ine bill ap
propriating 9100,000 for a public build
ing at rtonouc, wis state. '
The transition from long, lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the indi
vidual. Such a remarkable event is
treasured in the memory of the agency
whereby the good health has been at
tained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is
that so much is heard in praise of Elec
tric Bitters. So many feel they owe
their restoration to health, to the use of
the great alterative and tonic. If you
are troubled with any disease of kidneys
liver or stomach of long or short stand
ing you will surely find relief by use of
Electric BitteraSold at 50c and tl a bot
tle at David Dowty's drug store.
45 Superior Short Horns,
15 BULLS AND 30 COWS AND HEIFEBS
AT LINCOLN. NEB.
, lay 7,1
m TS?e citto ?Preea aeveral very popular
familiM aad am th nmrfma nt tt .a --- -
ju uuua out irawe on xnorsaaie
friucv u oikmi- rm imirunv itan i
Lord 77761, Craig 62127, and Lord Byron 7US76.
Cash or bankable notes oa eight months time
at 8 per cent interest. For itrfahrgBtn address
. O. COWAN,
Or JOHN McCOY,
cm. r. m. waeaa, awUmmt,
A gain in surplus of - -A
gain in income of - - -A
gain in assets of - - -Gross
assets, Dec. 31, 1889
New business, 1889 - - .
Insurance in force in Neb.
Thw "!"l Md prosperous company has a large
bnwness in.Colnmbns and vicinity. Good men
rnSJf0 ?? Iyf f --ted as agents.
Liberal contracts aad good territory gJTen. Ad
aM. . J- M. Kdxistox . State Agent.
5mcham Boom 28. Ban- Block. Lincola.freb
LAND FOB SALE.
A HNS IMPROVED FARM
for sale, in Shall Creek vaW
CcdambM. containing 2(4
tiTltina? 1A aa kauil. K-jt"
aajader njoaUy in clover aad bin gnavustan
and hay land; 190 fruit ttm-SrTSS.
cherry, plus, etcspm bearfsaUkiadsTac
ornamental tree, and shrabs; lie talUbMriac
TEST1?"- fe?l,Ju -'aeasCanddi:
Tided iatosmallialds by fence. DeTHnghoBse
of seven rooms, granary, con enlmlsm hone
stablewith hay-owf cattle bam wasmTsnkma
toasof hay; hog hone; 1 wells; laaaWntor
In iisstnra. 9ar Ik-nsn feJi. -??
Inn.TSU. TuZ -1' " Vf S
v wwotmw . m VHlML u mt. MM AW Jnm
Corn Planters, Drills and Checl
Moline Champion corn planter, drill and check rower
U.IH.1UUTO1U uUe, au ior iue pnee of one. Come and
pwt ueari. guuu. xait cnecK rower,
ro it Twill do!!
feona Advance corn- planters and C.
and Hay Raki
can be drawn bl!
Standard mowers, four-, five-, six-, and seven-foot cut: c
nurses m me neaviest grass. If von don't, holio ; k J 1 .... ; ft!
orJf 1SHiS08ifr te " " self-dump hay rake, hich an
operate. Taylor No. 4 self-dnmn fine- ,ir wik51 i.. t" ,
-JS&2-!!H&S& 3Kt -
- w .v muui o UUIUUIIUUO,
The Minnesota Chief threshing machines. Hauaday wind .milk.
Grinders and Shelters.
.- x feed fCnndera and corn shelters and horse dowr. TW.fc-; a M
i?l,58ror ?? tn m tuo hne of implements. An ythin not on hand i
ordered on short notice.
Goea at reduced prices. No bettor io. i , -. . ;n:J
you havn't there is.no better placVS Hbuy ontinW . I
w- JW wwu come ana see and get a picture for the baby. -
Better's Block, Tbineeitk nil si
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