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L'orsi vn Molii.1 , tlie r.-:it I'ms
tjian uol.litr, 1.1 tlt-.ul.
A IKI'M- rtnuJ of $llMNI .J leiif
mined Uy Irietuls ol (Jen. .Sherman, to lie
triven to Iuh two timnai neii ilauglit'i:i.
'fur: vorios. fool in all flip fuel: has
not iiiaile a :)inio it.T.nv to ramJ
tatber't, hat, bjuce the .rsi.letit sitarted
on I11.1 jurne
The roiiutiy is rie lot postal t.-!vfifi-pliy,
ami oierj time a man Ihv-i lor a
telegram he 13 mote iinnly convinced
that the iovei ntnent is the jiroper au
thority to make the tatea foi nucli ser
vice. Spaed 1 he dav
The poorer clas&ea at Valparaiso are
literally starving, and havi broken into
Mtoiea all over the city in their efforts to
obtain tood Twice they attacked the
barrack?, and were repulsed only after
thirty ot tlit-in lmd been fahot down by
At Flowing V.VII, Calif, Hie piet
dent 'a Irani wast atnpped. The btatton
tnaater had co'icil a Held vith cindera,
Jillil With ttlille sior.es had spelled out
tin following "WVIeume. Hen, to Cali
fornia." lie popped 'defiant foi tlie
pretiident to took at it.
The tfoveminent Mine of the jreat
Shoshone Indian 1 enervation in Vom
inj is about half completed. It id prob
able that tin uoithern half will be
puit'h.iued oilliiht b the ovetiiment.
It comprise! mjiiip of the finest mineral
and agricultural I:iihIm hi voiinnj,'.
ti it) t.aul (Inveinoi l!ud f.-fla w.iiin
iletl b tin tout oi the democratic prebs
of the utale on the veto of the Newlien v
bill. Theoeinor could hardly expect
a dinc; jjioan in be jofl, low. sweet and
musical. The feeling is uiuveiaal that
the patty has been yacnliced to the rail
roHilti, and il is not enjoyed. Lincoln
A I 'n-111 111 m ii lli ll.ixin.
IT our leadi'l:) Wish to know what a
hih class ami realh valuable piemium
is, the hhould Mf what the St. Paul
(finite Publishing ("o. has Jo .say. The
coinp:m make; an announcement in
this ihsue. Tho(ilnhc is a stetlin pa
jer and offers a sterling premium. It is
t'rttiti;; t hoiis,tnd.s of new MiliHiTibers.
At Koine, Italy, last Thudai morn
my, eeibod was terribly startled by
11 tremendous explosion which shook the
city to its ceiitei. Houses rocked and
trembled as lhuii:h sinilten with a'iie.
Pour kilometers Troiii J.ouie was the
bceneof the explosion, the powder inajj
trine at the fort at Pantaleo. Several
pcibuuth in the immediate vicinity were
justantly killed. Two hundred and fift
tons of powder wnresttired in the maga
zine. The Vatican was shaken, and
uotue of the famous histoiical stained
Klass windows shattered.
Some das af,'o (Jen. H. F. Hutler. as
the result of a dispute with Judge Car
penter of the U. S. district court of
Massachusetts, was forbidden to appear
before the court. Jiutler declared him
an inferior judge of an inferior court of
an inferior state. He, however, did ap
pear, and insisted ou addressing the
court, when the marshals were ordered
to remove him from the court room,
which was done. The old general was
much affected, his eyes filled with tears,
as he exclaimed: "I yield to force."
When the marshal released him in the
corridor he immediately returued to the
court room, but Judire Carpenter had
gone. The general looked around and
exclaimed- "Well, the room smells a
little better now than it did a few mo
The N. Y. Sun is strenuous demo
cratic, both in its utterances and its
silence? The following complimentary
paragraph is therefore the more greatly
appreciated. The republican party con
tains man men endowed with qualities
such as President Harrison possesses
"What speeches the are thus far' It
is a pleasure to read them. Nothing
short of the extreme ot partisan unfair
ue&s can find 111 the little Pullman
orations an thing to ridicule or despise.
Candor compels the statement that at
the tail end of the Vacuna, surrounded
by the hundreds and thousands of hi3
fellow-citizens who throng to inspect
the wondera of the presidentiaj tram
uml to gae upon the nation's Chief
Magistrate. (leu. Harrison is at his vary
best. Whether prepared carefully 111
advance or extemporaneously excogita
ted, his occasional remarks along Hie
route have been nearh fault les. Mod
fst 111 tone, interesting in matter, local
111 their application while general in
their character, lively without leing
sensational, moderate without being
'ommonplncc,vfiill of ideas, consistent
without being monotonous, excellently
and often eloquently expressed, they de
serve recognition b political friends and
enemies alike as models of Pullman
Anil Still 1 bey 'talk.
The hardest blow that ever struck the
democratic party of Nebraska was that
given by the veto of the lirst democratic
governor. The curses of party men have
not only been long and loud, but deep,
and there is no uncertainty in the tone.
They uiesin it every word and more.
And it comes from all factions. The
Butler County Press has this to say:
"For years the democrats of Butler
consistently opposed the Boyd-Miller
faction of he party. This was not the
result of personal illwill toward these
gentlemen, but because they never had
the confidence in them as being friendly
to the questions they believed hi. They
Mood bv the party nominees last fall,
and made the leat record of any country
count v in the state. It was the clean
record the democratic party of Butler
count v made in the past, which kept it
from being swatnied by the rising tide
of independence, and now having been
treacherously betrayed by the leaders it
has exalted, they will carry the same
spirit or fight into whatever iolitical
combination they may ajly themselves.
Opposition could not wear the party
out. but treachery has killed it so dead
that Gabriel's trump can not resur
At 10:-i.- Thursday night a man and
woman came into the Etist Kiver hotel, a
low resort on the houthwest corner of
Catherine and Water streets. X. V. City
ami registered as B. Knickloi and wife.
They took a room on the itpier Hoor and
retired at once. Friday morning an at
tendant rapped on the door of the room
occupied by the couple. No answer
came. After rapping again and getting
no answer the dwir was broken in. On
the led lay the woman in a pool or
blood. She had leen dead for hours.
Her abdomen had lieen ripped open with
a dull broken table knife that lay in the
blood. The xiscera had lieen cut and
from appearance a pa it was mis&iiig.
The woman was a well-known character
around the neighliorJiood, but no one
seems to know wheie she lived. She
was not much under sixty ears of age.
anil was a typical specimen of the wo
man of the slums. The man was appa
lentl not over thirtv, medium height,
light complexion, blonde mustache and
haii; the murder must have l.een u
noiseless one, und the woman eiidently
had struggled hard liefore lieing suffo
cated by fold after fold of cloth. A
doctor who saw the lod bays "Wheth
er by chance or skill, the cut was made
so as to effect the object aimed at by
the London Jack, the ripper."
T C. Williams, sheriff of Boone county,
died of pneumonia Friday after a short
John Wendell of Beatrice is under ar
rest charged with incest, his daughter,
aged twent, lieing the victim.
Sophie Stroble, a domestic, committed
suicide Friday ht Beatrice, the bullet
entering the left breast just above the
benjamin Young and .1. II. Itussell of
Lomax had a quarrel; Young struck
Russell over the head with a spade, fmc-
tuiuighis skull, canning death Friday
John M. Cotton, editor of Vanitv Fair,
Lincolnvvas put under SSOO bonds the
other day loVfinawer the chaxaft ofhbel
ing Mrs. W. C. !ki!.l amfLrW. Llojil,
jr.. of Nebraska City.
Geoige D. Wallace of Pitting died re
ceiitlv at the asvluin for the insane at
Lincoln. Mr. Wallace lost his leason
after an attack of la gnpte. lie was 'M
vears old. and leaves a wife and two
The trial of Mrs. Sheed and .Monday
McFarland, the supposed murderers of
John Sheedy, is flet for May 4. It is
thought K)0 jtiiors will lie examined be
foie a jury is obtained, and that the
trial will last three weeks.
Waltei Leese of the state library is
happy over the fact that there is a rich
vein of mineral paint under his ltl'i-acre
farm east of liulianola. The colors are
cream, orange and yellow and are in
thick veins or strata, and of excellent
A few evenings since William Xichol
non. or Nebraska City, while suffering
from a severe cough, got up during the
night for a dose of medicine. He reach
ed to a stand near the bed and got hold
of a bottle containing creosote, and took
:i large swallow. He discovered that he
had made a mistake right away, and a
doctor and a stomach pump were re
quired to relieve him.
lip at. Ponea the school Ixiard expelled
a young lady liecause she refused to
study grammar. Her father went into
court and the case went to the supreme
court. The decision was handed down
last week and was to the effect that a
parent has the right to make a reasona
hie selection from the prescrilied studies
for the child to pursue and this selection
must lc resected by the trustees and
teachers. The loard were ordered to
reinstate the girl.
Scotts Bluff' and Cheyenne county
people are enjo.ving an exuberance of
spirits just now over the almost certain
building of the Laramie and Scotts Bluff
canal this season. Donald W. Camp
bell, the leading irrigation expert of the
United States, has just gone over the
line for final examination, and his ex
pressions lead to the conclusion that his
report will be a favorable recommenda
tion. The canal will be the largest in
the state and one of the largest in the
On Saturda night Sheriff Mallon en
tered the cells of Furst and Shepherd
and road to them the official notice that
their execution would, In all probability,
take place on the ."ith day of June, as all
that could be done for them had been
done in the courts. Their only hope
now being a commutation of sentence.
The sheriff addressed them in a most
solemn manner, but the prisoners did
not seem to be moved in the least. The
sheriff, if anyone, showed the most feel
mg over the conclusion, as lie was think
ing, no doubt, i.f his part that he was
required to play in the drama, he could
not but lie solemn. For men. standing
in the awful position of condemned men,
no one ever saw two more heedless men.
The sleep well and eat well, us usual.
- I Fremont Flail.
W. IL Smith was showing us a horse's
txith which he claimed was taken from
the ear of a horse he owns. We thought
it looked like a grinder tooth of a horse,
but not lieing satisfied we called on A.
(1. Bernard, the veterinarian who in
formed the operation, and learned the
history of the case. Briefly stated the
tooth came from the b;ise of the ear of a
western mare. She had a swelling just
lelow the ear that broke and discharged
pus for yeats. It was operated on In
different men without any benefit, but
on Friday Dr. Bernard made an incision
and removed the tooth. The csise is a
very rare one, only sixty-eight similar
ones lieing on record. It is known as a
dental cyst or a teeth-liearing tumor,
their cause and development being too
complicated too produce here. A com
plete history of the case can be seen in
the next Journal of Comparative Medi
cine and Surgery. Schuyler QuilL
About ." o'clock Wednesday evening a
girl nine years of age and a boy of six.
children oV X. J. Carleson, a farmer who
lives ten miles southeast of Loup City,
started out from home to drive in their
cattle from the range, their father leing
at the town or Ashlon trading. Soon
after they left the house a heavy rain
fall legan and darkness set in. The
family being new-comers in the vicinity
and the children not leing acquainted
with the surrounding country they le
catne lost and wandered nltout in the
hills all night. Yesterday the entire
neighlMirhood turned out to search for
them, and alnnit 11 o'clock J.J. Angier
round the girl in a draw in a very ex
haustive condition, nearly four miles
away from home. The search continued
until alioiit 1 o'clock, when the loy was
found dead on a hill. The girl stated
that she and the loy were together all
night, but could not explain how they
separated. The children were very jioor
ly and thinly clad, having lieen without
hats, shoes or stockings, and it is a
wonder that the girl did not also die
from the eviKistire.
There is a young man in the tun thorn
part of this county by the name of Tep
le, who, if icports are true, is a disgrace
to civilization. His old father, TA jeais
of age, and whose hands and feet are
deformed by rheumatism was in Schuy
ler the other da for the purpose of en
tering complaint against his sou for
turning him out of doors and refusing
to siipiMirl him, although the sou is well
fixed and haa a 1!(N neie faun. The case
will lie brought before the county com
missioners Monday night burglars
forced open the sheet 11011 blind of the
back window in Klein .v Itosentierg's
store and raising the window entered,
carrying off between two and three hun
dred dollars worth of silk and fine dress
goods, as near as can be judged. They
had first tried to get into Webber's store,
having chiseled around the lock, but
must have been frightened away as they
had left and went to Klein's. Police
man Burke was on duty but heard no
noise and suspected nothing until about
daylight when walking behind the store
he discovered the blind open and look
ing in saw that mischief had been done.
The firm had cards printed and eent to
officers in the neighboring towns but so
far has heard nothing from the thieves.
Li 'i.v. April iM. 1HJ1.
IlikiTOK Joi'kxal: -Since my last let
tei, we have had a postoffice established
here, so we will be able to get our mail
regularly. There was lots of tioubleiii
getting our letters and papers from Ma
dera; there was another James Hudson
"Wed there, at leasIHHHBk; my
let ter3"fiSir neen ""opeTjHfTist ake.
Laat Thursday nitjht alSHKtters and
pupeia came with a rHft we were
going to eat Niipper.rmrto help the
matter. I heard the wire sav in one of
her sweetest notes, "Jim. the cow has
got loose," and lieing a viuiug heifer, she
did get up ami dust, lint then. Mr.
Tnri.er, she is a Jersey and they are so
docile and gentle. on know: she must
have left her gentleness al the end of
the rope, for as soon as I said "drat that
heifer" she broke like a quarter-horse.
I tell you its no fun, to catch a young
heifer, hungry and tired as I was, and
had only a sniff at my supper. She's a
daisy; she cost me 4."i, gives rich cream
and that's lietter than paying :U cents a
pound for butter and oor. suspicion;;
stuff at that.
Our town is growing right along, new
comers every day, three houses going up
near me; a large hall is being built, and
arrangements are leiiig made to build a
school house, and it will have to lie a big
one, there are lots of children Jiere.
It is very healthy, we amftiN well, and
I hear of no sickness, j
$, yes! I struckyfffPHMJtVrve feet ;
it is good tasted, but not very cool.
We have had three nice showers the
past week and everything is growing
tine, the vineyards and orchards are
loaded with fruit, the snows from the
mountains furnishing irrigation, an in
exhaustible source of water. I have ten
acres of laud already (limited with vines
and fruits. 1 paid $7.VI for my land,
$250 down, the balance in three years, in
Mr. Brown, the founder of the colony,
has advertised for 1K) families; he has
200 men in his employ, planting .'1,000
acres to vines and other fruits; the ex
penses last month were $ft.O00.
A railroad is expected hete soon and a
canning factory in the uear future will
be built by the colony. I like the out
look, and think now I shall be satisfied
with the change: at all events, I can
make a living much easier and pleasant
er than on a farm, wading in snow and
feeding stock six or eight months in the
year, with nil its toilinc and changing
It costs us about the sane to live here
as it did in Nebraska. I can save near
ly half I earn, and my boys keep them
selves, and wife wants me to get her
some chickens to raise, she finds her
work so much lighter out here. It seems
to me that a man with the ordinary
habits of industry can make a living in
this delightful climate. While writiug
this letter we have had a light thunder
shower, with some wind. Some of those
who have lived here two or three years,
say this wind is unusual; it must le
because so many from Nebraska are
coming in, and they are bringing the
wind with them. I tell you if they had
one day of such winds as yon folks have
had this spring, all the houses would
crush up like eggshells. It looks very
funny to see them build their houses,
and even the large hall that is going up
wit hout st uddings.
I will try to explain in one of my
letters, the plan and terms upon which
the John Brown colony sell their lands
to those who come here to settle with
their families. Hope you are all losing
the grippe. James H. Hriwo.v.
I From our regular correM.uit-nt.
Senator Sherman is in town, and many
are the ruses that haveleen tried for the
purpose of getting an authoritive state
ment from him as to his future iohtical
intention, but no one has succeeded in
drawiug him out. A gentleman close to
him personally and jiolitically, and who
probably knows, if anybody does, said to
me: "Mr. Sherman isn't ready to talk
yet and those acquainted with him know
how useless it is for anybody to try to
persuade him to do so until he is. But
you may be certain that when the proper
time comes the people of Ohio will be
told whether he wishes to be re-elected
to the senate: John Sherman never
travels under false pretences, anil never
hesitates to ask in n manly and open
manner for the political support of his
constituents when he desires it." Tt is
the opinion of all the prominent repub
licans with whom 1 have talked, among
them several Ohio men. that Mr. Slier- J
man will 1k a candidate for re-election
to the senate, and that also is my own
The successof our special envoy, ev
minister Fo-ter. in negotiating with
Spain a reciprocity treaty between Cuba
and the United States, along the lines of
the Melxinley tariff act, gives great sat
isfaction in official circles, and most eN
fectually disposes or all the democratic
fairy tales about there being a hitch on
account of the demand of Spain that we
should place Cuban tobacco on the Tree
list. The Spanish government was veiy
anxious that we should admit Cuba's
tobacco f lev of duty, but it was far too
sensible to demand it, and when inform
ed that it was impossible there was no
more ::aid about it.
The subject of counterfeiting 1'uiied
States curieiicv is assuming grave pr.
portionu and the officials of the Ireasiii
department are just al present fixing
considerable time to studying it. in the
hope or discoveiing a letuedy or pte
ventative. The chid engt.iver r the
bureau of engraving and printing, who
is an expert, spent an hour in examining
two $:! silver cettiticates, one genuine
and the it her counterfeit, with a povvei
ful magiiifviiig glass and his x i.lit was
that there was not th slightest differ
ence lietween the. two notes New in
ventions in photo mechanical piceesea
have iiiaue it easy aud cheap for the
counterfeiters to reproduce on a metal
plate ever line of a note and after a
little etching 11 1-5 an e.vi.'l duplicate of
the steel plate lrui v. Inch the note was
originally printed and which it had tak
en months to engrave.
The color 111 the red seals and the
green baekuwaa once a protection, but
late discoveries in photochromy tnnLe-t it
easy to reproduce the precise shades.
The chief of the seciet service iu his
last annual report says 0:1 this subject
"The genuine government notes nowa
days, especially the series of 1890, are
marvels of the engraving art aided by
the wonderful geometric lathe. One
would think it imiiossible to success
fully counterfeit such work upon looking
over the complex area of lines and put
terns: and .vet at this moment counter
feiters are leprodueing it so perfect 1
that the elaborate beauty r.f this paper
money may be said to offer no piotec
tiou to the public or defense against
The only vva.v the expert has of detect
ing this skillfully executed counteifeil
is by the paper, an. I that hat: been so
well imitated I hat no one but ail expel t
can tell it from the genuine. So that
teally about the only piolection the
public has against counterfeiting is the
vigilance of 1 he t leasiiry secret service.
Representative Springer, of Illinois, is
jocularly rererred to as the "talking can
didate" Tor speaker or the house, be
cause or the number of his recent news
paper interviews. In his last, after
painting his own prospects a deep
roseate hue. which, by the way, is not
visible to anyone else, he sails into New
York Militics. nominates for governor
and elects representative Hosvvell P.
Flower, whose "barrel" has so often lieen
on tap to the"lioys"or the democratic
presidential nominee, just as if those
other two gentlemen Cleveland and
Hill were not in existence.
Keallythis speakership business is
getting decidedly interesting, and each
of the wot 1 1-be democratic presidential
candidates will soon have a candidate
for speaker. Mr. Mills is the Cleveland
candidate, Mr. Crisp the Hill candidate,
and it looks as if Mr. Springer was the
Flower candidate, with a numberof oth
ers vet to be heard from.
AlHUIO.At. .Of Ml..
Iitri. I 44 ami Vicinity.
Plowing for corn a little backward,
but is leiug pushed rapidly, early and
late, while the weeds upon fall plowing
are pushing heavenward at a rapid rate.
Last Thursday little Mamie Mercer,
aged utiout nine years, and adopted
daughter of Prof. I). D. Pickett, aud
Ruth Pickett, aged about five years and
daughter or A. C. Picket, started out ror
a drive to a near neighliors with the
trusty old family horse attached to a
spring road cart; in crossing a large pond
of water upou the prairie and when
about mid way, the gentle old beast
wishing to inform the driver that "lie
was thirsty and would like a drink of
water, came to a halt, and the child-like
persuasion from the occupants of the
chaise did not induce him to budge;
after thus waiting for a short time, a
happy thought struck the juveniles;
they doffed their foot gear and waded to
the shore; scampering homei they con
veyed the intelligence to grandpa Pickett
who found the horse as described, 111 the
middle of the pond, and with long- rub
ber IwHits went iu and brought the horse
to shoif. The joy of thoae little girls
knew no bounds when they learned that
the horse was saved.
H. C. Bean, one of the most inquisi
tive men we have met since aluuit a .vear
ago, was here among us last Saturday.
He even went so far as to ask us how
much money we had, which for cheek,
caps all else, but now our teacher in
forms us that Mr. B. was the duly au
thorized assessor for this (Columbus)
township, and had a right to ask us our
age, etc., since which time we have rest
I-'liza Drinnin. Katie Browner and
Ella Byrnes each returned from their
schools and spent Saturday and Sunday
with their parents.
Elon Nelson, son or O. Nelson or Col
rax, returned home trout an Omaha col
lege (where he has attended tho past
year) Tor a short rest. Klon brought his
type writer home with him; he has taken
a course or shorthand and typewriting,
and has become quite proficient in the
art; he makes a good student and has
worked himself down until he hardl
makes a shadow.
John CfFtffin one day last week hoofed
it up to Stanton county on a business
trip, returning the nex-t day in the same
conveyance, distance nearly KM) miles.
Dan Sheedy is now a resident of oitr
Red clover that was sown one year
ago and pronounced a dead railure has
come up this spring from the seed which
laid in the ground ever since, and is now
a good stand.
The peaches were winter killed, as far
Stravvlerries were never more promis
ing at this time or year: rasplierries and
Joe Drinnin broke down his hand
eortislieller Saturday and bought a new
one while in the city the same day.
Last Stimlav morning on the Sheldon
farm Johnny Pitt man and Herman Her
ring drowned out i" gophers from their
burrows, put them all in a barrel, then
got a house cat and let herin with them:
it made fun enough for tho boys. The
cat's tail just twinkled with delight, but
after killing two of the little pests, was
glad to get out alive.
m 11. KniDvroN.
In nil tliHft.iirtHof spirit. land
There lien Hot ollf l.-ir rtolll
Shipwrecked, through .Mrn.-M rtturt mm.Ii
To enter Heaven') Ko.ll.
So then. dnr stiil, win. eVr lln.ii art.
Tint -.il -iriil vteep tod.i,
Kie up: k.i forth uitli heart of f.tilli.
And tiod will Kiiiird th :.
WlinteVr 11 itil emirs, as m Mrviutli,
I'll at -hall in time In kik-ii:
Whlite'er tin h.irt nerd., -hull lie Ihliii.
Wail, dear; (..! ru l thr hr.tirn-..
Keuiei.iher lhi: if thou hast wiiti l.-t-l.
lii.c'L. -t raijlit i.ntii-airii);
If li.-lit Ihiui art. then forwiiil niir. Ii
Ami iIWiii norttorls vain.
! IioiikIi tril-l-il fiirli.l- -.hotltd l.lcd. 1 1 hrtil
tid xlniider-siliiti -uhi Hi,
TIioiikIi rloiidc of norrow thr.-it.-ii lifr
lt this .-hull soon roll l).
And thou in tiniii .M. -.wi-t't rrward
Fioiii llrairn'. rirb iiuiistrrlf.
S tl Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheiima
Usui, his stomach was disordered, his
liver was affected to an alarming degree,
uppetite fell away, and he wan terribly
reduced in Hesh aud strength. Threw
bottles of Electric Bitters cured him.
L'dward Shepherd, Harnsburg, III., had
a running sore ou his leg of eight years'
stunding. Used three bottles of Klec
tric Bitters aud seven boxes of Buckleu's
Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had
five large fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottle of
Electric Bitters and one box of Buck
len's Arnica Salve cured him entirely.
Sold by C. B. Stillmun, druggist. H
How Colds Aie C inert in Altiskt.
Some of the readers of The Johkn-al
may wish to know how colds are cured
in the frozen regions of the north. If
so the following extract from a recent
letter of 0. K. Coon, a druggist in
Juneau, Alaska, will inteiest them. He
says- "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
selling better than ever. It is harder to
get into the Itoxea than to sell the Rem
edy after they are opened." Mr. Coon's
sales were rather light tor the tirat vear
he handled this medicine, but have in
creased each year as the people there
liecoiue better acquainted with its valu
able properties, until it is now the hiomI
popular medicine he handles for i-Jiughs
and colds, which shows that real merit
is as much appreciated in the far north
as at home, and in time the best is sure
to become the most popul.tr. For sale
Mvny years practice has given C. A.
Snow .V Co.. solicitors of patents, at
Washington. I . C. unsurpassed success
in obtaining patents for all classes or in
ventions. They make a specialty of re
jected cases, and have secured allowance
of many patents that had been pre
viously i ejected. Their advertisement
in another column, will be of interest to
inventors, patentees, manufacturers. and
all who have to do with patents.
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing and will sure
ly do vou good, ir you have a cough,
cold, or any I rouble with throat, chest or
lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery Tor
consumption, coughs and colds is guar
an teed to give relief or money will be
paid back. Sufferers from la grippe
round it just the thing and under its use
had ti speedy and .perfect recovery. Tr.v
a sample bottle at our expense aud learn
for yourself just how good a thing it is.
Trial I m it ties free at Stillman's drug
store. Large sie oOe. and .1. .'
We will furnish Tin: .Idiikvu., The
Nebraska Family Journal and the Week
ly Inter-Ocean, one year, for S2.S0, when
paid iu advance. Subscriptions received
at an time. If.vouare not a subscrib
er to Thk.Tournai. don't wait till your
subscription expires, but pay us enough
to make it one .vear iu advance, and add
the Inter-Oceau, oue of the greatest and
best family newspapers iu the world.
Children Cry for
HacUen's 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 lox. For sale by C. B. Stillman.
Enoi.ish Spavin Liniment removes all
haul, soft or calloused lumps aud blem
ishes from horses, Blood Spavin, Cuibs.
Splints, king Bone, Sweeney, Stifles,
Sprains, Sore and Swollen Throat,
Coughs, etc. Save S."0 by use of one
liottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by C.
B. Stillman. di ugist. -itJhovl r
Doctor i.ieacribed : C'astorial
fjinil OHiee nt Cram I l-lanl. Xeh ,
April -int. isw. .1
Not 11 v ii herehj itiien thnt the followiiik.'
nHine.1 -elth-r hin tiletl notire of hin intention to
ninkwhiiHl .rM.f in Mipimrt or his rliiini, uml
th.1t -itiil irMif will he Ilimh liefore the i-lerk of
the iliftrict murt, nt Culiitiihii-, Neh., on June
pth, lJlI. 'u: Kortmeir ISori., Ilometteiul No.
Hi7.1J, for the X. ' S. W. i of Mtrtion .'. town
hir Hi north, of ntuttf 2 net-t.
Ilenamen tlm follow iui witne-.hei to proic hi-
rontinnoiit niilenee uion uml ciiltiiation of.
Hi! luiiil. viz. JmhiIi Sfihin. Jo-e.h Opieln anil
Frank Rilk. of Duneiin. .NVI... ami htnni-lnn-Culm,
of (ieiioH, Xeh.
Fit i KLIN Hwi.it.
ran I rne. at CDrFWlInfwttk.
rjlitl ! hniif.rahlr. Ir tin of
rtibr . ouiir tr oM.anJ io tbrtr
oviilo(Iiit'(wt(reriliv htr Any
roc n la tLr Muk. t-r Iu Inn.
W furaih wrjritiiur We if m tou, .untk. Uuiinilrtbli
arurc mvoieut. r all vour fiti lo td work. Ibis iaa
uilcaliivlaatjiiil Liiutr noutinful auir torfT oikr.
Hrclttttcr ara aarniu from 4-2 la rwrkaHJ ut-wJf,
nJ iuuraltr a little aatarienta m tmn tutxAmh ou it tiu-
plojnntutauiicsch yeulUkU. o apacato tiflAinbcra. U1
moreartt little aicriencc Ma can farbian vouita tiu-
iaxraui3& im. m:mjm Ot w. naiai
Tiik Chicago. Milwaukee .V St. Paul
Ivy is the only line running solid vest
ibuled. electric lighted and steam heated
trains Itetween the Missouri river ami
Chicago, consisting of new palace sleep
ing cars, elegant free reclining chair
cars, luxurious coaches and the linist
dining cars in the world. The berth
reading lamp in its palace sleeping cars
is patented and cannot be used by an
other railway coinpan. It is the great
improvement of the age. Tr.v it and bo
convinced. Cloe connection in union
depot at Omaha with all trains to and
Troin the west. For further particulprs
apply to your ticket agent, or
F. A. Nash. (Jen'l Agt.
W. S. Howr.t.L.
Traveling Fr't. and Pass. Agt..
i-.fehfl Omaha. Neb.
I--UI.I OthVent tinind l-hmd. S..
Mari-li -JO. I-'U. .1
Notice is lierel ciit'li th it the r.iliowin
liimed settlrr hie tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in siipp. rt of In-, cl.iiin. and
that rv.ii I proof will In nrule Itrforr clerk of the
di-tricl court, at ('olninhn-. Neli., on Mu "th.
ls.l. i: (leon. t. Smith, home-tcid 1.
ItUil. for the K. .. S. tt. '. or Sretioii :r.".
Towuslilp Is North, of I! Ill-ie" Wisl. Ile.ii.ii!i.s
I In rollo.iilt! witnrse-. to pron his cent ttitioiK
leM.lence 111. .11 and onltli.ttiotl of, s.iiii l.ill.l, 'L
lleiir.i ('lijhurii. or I'l.ittr lV.it re. WilhiceW.
ManiiiKton. of .VIotir.e. Charles K. I hitpin. ot
Ocouee, Willi. on W. il-oii,of Ocons Nehi.
I'avNki in Stn,
W. L. DOUGLAS
llei tor ijiulieineu.
Ladles, etc.. hi i ar-
rantr.1, and rtain
iped ou bottom, .vaarea
Win. SHILZ, Olive St, Columbus.
' nil. I ..
Dr. A. J. Sanders,
SPI.t I VI. 1ST IN
;i:aii ati: ih
LONC ISLAND COLLE&E HOSPITAL, N.7.
Three Years Hospitalism.
Recently from University of Vienna, Austria
i. o. Tto.v x:t.
GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA.
.1. I). Moo UK, Pre, of H'ltlk of I'otnmeiiv.
!.(. Hou mil. Manager of C. P. Shop-..
tt. II. I'l mi. M.i.iorof llnmi! Nl.tn.l.
fins. Kin-, l.i-rivnt:itiie.
S. N. Wol H veil. Slate Senator.
til. i. II. I'll. n.ihi. i.. Count .linliri-.
tJ?6Tln-e uho line Ihvii -nllerert for j.-:ir
ami hitie l-.ii th roiniiUof ihe prof.. .ion nt
home, without ret'eiiint relief from .uiiin.-irj
methiMU of treatment, are -iiillj iiuit.il
;T-. of our patient- ntj eipct to neejie
i;immI e.ire. e.irefnl tieattnent ami r-.ii:ir- .1. .-.lint'
from a luif in.-- nt.milHiint. le we alw.i pei t
to Klie value reeeiii-.! -o far a po-ilile. ill
he lit the
.Vl'on-nlt.-.tion free. AiMre-.,
lir.in.l I flam I, .!..
I to fit.
ill. . it.t KH ..
l"hc figure 0 in our 1 ite-. u (II make a Ions tuy.
No man or uoiuuti now Ihin mil i.r date a
lociinient uithout Usini; the liure 9. It -tand
iu the third pll. ' III SyO, VI li r it mil rem-tin ten
icai-. and then niovc up to M-roiid place in 1900,
u here it mil re-.t fur one hundred vt-irs.
Tin re i .mother "V" u hi.-li h:.-. nl-m come to stay
It i unlike the tlglirell in our dates in thereipe.-t
lhat it has already moird up to tlr-t place, where
It will Mrmaii-!itli' r. in tin II i-ealh'l the '-No
i" llifcjh Arm i ti eh r A Vil-.on .Vri me; Machine
The "No. V ii i Liidor: i tor tirst pluco by thu
esrts of I.urope ut th. Pan- llTposltion of I3o'.
where, niter a leierccontOsl with theleadiUK taa-chiui-.
ol the world, it was s.i-inl. d the only
Grand I'tizc "ii. n to family a.wiui machine- all
othc-ro:i L-hi!.it having rrceivid lowir inmd-t
of gold l..daN, etc Tho French Goiirument
also iecogiii-dlt:MipeTi;ritv hi thedirorationof
Mr Nuthnnt. 1 he. ler. PreshKntot the compani ,
with the Cross or the Legion ot lienor.
The "No. 6" la not i.n bid in ichln.: improved
upou. but is an entirely ni.v machlnn, and the
Grand Prize at I'.uid v. .-, aur.rdcd it a thu prand-c-t
advance in .mat machine tuecnsuUm of the
age. Thoe who bui it can ro-t assured, there
fore, ot ha. in j the v.r latest and Lst.
WnEELKR & WILSON IWT'G CO,
lb5 -jitid lb7 W'ubuhh Ave., Chicaga
fi. W. KIHLF.IL Im?M. NVIir.
!! r l.iV f un ! f r t
I f r l hn 1 g- it'tti.
ll n t I I. i-i I -I
tt I w r- iijf"il n
.. t II I - . ' -r -NI tHD A
iioiitd tt I.- v ik ml I
lit It in hw w a r I vu !r
lfiiftiir rfiiii.f r n it
1 1 a tli v I r- UrIi.; v uIkw
iii ii lunrk t rriilii
rHr I -ftft.t- I'.; tn , t t w a,
rt I il ! r n u iii njf f hli
M.U ai"l vt. miVff il ! mrt utt.rt.fit-
H.llaftlleCCaA: Co., I So. SAO CorCl.tMlv Maaui
A Yi:.K! I uf-tr.W.T t.r
ICfHlifXifUti V i.'I tftftff lr tti
!, Ii 4ii ! i aiHl writ- m1 n
aftT Mrru tion. mil MrK itit!iittrtoul
hot 9 to f-im Ikrtf lliuafl illli
Trartnthriron l.rliti ! r if-rt'ir ht t MiirIofurb h
ilif tiiitatM it urrtit. ittiic ) ri t -ii-f.i thTM t.tn.i
tluoii rwriiifUHi ' r f Jttt q n
I'lfiinl I tffair I'tit " ii (rkr tt ri .itTM tir nnfi
I a alra1v ts icht i I tot.Iil tlt -mi I tirtir tt
tmmVr. tio tf ittaLn;r utrrr f UttKl a -rtN Ji A t.1
ami NOtlO.fu. H't..utiMFKi:r. Ad.Ir.t ..!..
K. C. AMJ:.. 1U,x 4SO, AtiKiulu, Multir.
iTi'ii cured in .A) uunutea hy Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotiou. Sold ly C. B
Stillman, druggist. 26novlyr
f- - 0v i
fHSf'afS'i' ,l,"Mr '
' I . r
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescript im for Iafkats
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Irops, Soothiu- Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms aud allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Pauacea-the Mother's Friend.
"Castori is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers hni o rvHMtc.!ly told me. of its
lilt. U. V Osuoou,
Casteri U tho het remedy for children of
Ahii-h t hiii 'U-.iiu.inted I hope the day i- not
far de.tui.1 w hen mothers will consider the real
intere&t of their ihlldreu, and te Castoria m
ktead of thevariousipuuck nmlninis which are.
destroying their loied ones, l.y forciuopuuii.
morphine, soothing syrup nud other hurtful
agents down their It.roalu. thereby trii.liii
thcili to premature gran3 "
fin J K Hl.NVHKLOS,
The CautAur Cuiapaay. TX
A RELIABLE FAMILY NF.WSPAPER.
"fTiatio tt i .".ra-tjt iii -it u i.c aau, Utau t
The WbbkiiYJktgr OcEftN.
2aartfit IsltJiopula. t.-t a t ryi'ait has baJt ti: IJVUQ1.3T CIHCULA
TION ut jay O'ii aiow-ijuy e uapot
It l-i atiy anaiaxoluhy fJitea ir. eveiy ddpaitsiont vfith asrectal'Vlew tstta
Uaatulr.aailii'illt. iiuHl.. i'Ul. VOKK3H01'. anATIir. aUJlNfl OFriC
It is a 9pt?5isteit tepublicai) ffeuispaper,
Butd.sruaiall public qu'-tion'-caiJidly and ably Whl! It oivos talr traat
ment to political opponents, itu Utterly Oft-OSHL. TO TRUSTS ANO MOlCOt--OL.Ik:ilt4antJio'.i-.'t
to Lolli put.li. mat i.tli"'- interests
TUT l.tTKKAH't Ufi'AR'lMUt.'l'M lMi naper ia excellent, an J ttia am&as
ItaroritiltiUtOJdUoaioot tte MOST rOPUl.AU MUTHOR-i or the day
1u IXIKtloW AMU UO:viri'lIC OOHRrSPOSDENCr. iiCfcIAL AKO
SxiORrilTOItrl.Ua.d tho oqualot the. k otany "lmltar iiuuilcattobln tc.ounUy.
m Yohih's DspartGieni. cunosiiv stop. woman's KngtUm. aid THe im
.txr v nil mfi its (";. ro a UACtrixt
Ir. addl'Ion o all this tie K1.V.N OrTHP V.'OBLD J clroa in its column
tvcinvnri. In a. i itetiartiifnti ii - kjtilul" eaitekl by i.. n.iter.t lion tjii.
,loc.il lor mat j.arpodtf
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W.iieVei lrtr.t Iw ..tMlrs-.all -.l.lcla
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Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors,
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I'llilio e k-lilliK hli .lll'. -. 1 I.I.I I .lli.: nisi
ij.Tnl.h V. !... Ml.plleil lo hill, litter tie Ills! .li.
iihtloll of llil-) III. til.-, ill .lot 11 .U -.1 I Ith
Jhiiiiiii, 'I'l II. tr.I.e (his mill.l ..I . mIIiiiw
htti-btion to llie Ih. t thai
H IS A BOOK AGENT.
And cat. fi.rnu-l. jou. Cill-AI r It tht.ii njl.o.t
eUe, nny Lr.oh jo.i int
HOUSK AND TW I.OT.S,
.Nlir "..illl It. .lire. Hill, nil llli.r..l.-lliel.ln, f..r
pm!. in v Al two inur-i uml t o!ir.
Aildre... ( 'oliiii.l.ii..
Te l-llll ..lir hi lent 10 11 to the A I'.ine .,lfen.
Slid the iniliortKI.t tnel llillf l.e tire now ..tl.flllk'
11 line of -iif- 1.1 iri. l-etow eoiuj iirisoli nlitl j
l-ou.t 'ui tiiion lor full 1 'icli.'iihiin ad
tlle-e, I . ,1.111(1.11-. i I. , I' I) l'.. .'. I'l.ll-t III '
I h.-e." lit -I tllll tor i 1) ll.l.n'liil !
T. S. JAWORSKl,
is not flrrtoicu nt
s Strong. OuuMc
Wind llil!:, Fumps :nd ?un.p Sepiirs.
t)i.eil...r north of K-tU.-t's hiirn.
L. C. VOSS, M. D.,
Ortic over M-t oth . icialisr in ihronie
iieeaB5. Careful attention given to Knferal
t . 2 I'ft,
I natori U so well adapted to child TOB tlUt
1 recoiiiiuetid it xHiupwrioftoAiiyprisifCrlpUou
Llionllto llie." .... tM n
II. A. Audita, m. !.,
lit Si. Oford St , Brooklyn, N. Y.
"our physicUn iu the cluldnm's depart
nieut tune spoken highly of their eiperi
ttuv in their outside practice with Cktioris.
ui .t ultlioiih wo only luiie anions utr
liiedlcai supplies whut U kuon Md iVftuU.
products, yet we are free to iouf that tha
ineritA of Cotona tiart won u to look wtlii
fuiorupou it '
U-4I1KU HolTAL 1MU Dlgf-tNUaV,
Atixi C Smith, JVe .
Murray Strat, Kw Yrk City.
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