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A. AN. TIME TABLE.
Arrives at Lincoln
The passenger leaves Lincoln at 420 p. m., and
srrives at Columbus 7:04 p. m; the freight loaves
Lincoln at 7:15 a. m., and arrives at Columbus at
320 p. m.
AUanUc Ex... 755 a. m I Pacific Ex... .ltofi p. m
Chicago Ex.-.. 1S p. m I Dearer Ex.. .. 25 p. m
Limited 6:10 p. m Limited...... 0p.m
Col. Load.... 6s00a.mlLocalFrt.... a.m
nwm..ov I onivn
UKOOI.JI,COI.tWBUS AND SIOUX CITT.
Passenger arrives from Sioux City. .... 120 p. m
" leaves Columbus for Line n. zan p. m
" arrives from Lincoln 20 p. m
" leaves for Sioux City 220 p. m
Mixed leaves for Sioux City 535 a. m
Mixed arrives 1050 p. m
FOB ALBIOX AND CEDAB BAPW8.
Passenger leaves S-J31
Passenger arrives J:iUpm"
Mixed arrives 830 p.m.
yAll notices under this heading will be
charged at tne raieoi - yu-.
LEBANON LODGE No. 58, A. F. & A. M.
Begular meetings 2d Wednesday in each
month. All brethren invited to attend.
C. H. Sheldon. W. M.
M. H. White, Sec'y. 20i"ly
WILDEY LODGE No. 44, 1. 0. 0. F.
meets 'wesoay evening" vi ;u
week at their hall on Thirteenth
street. Visiting brethren cordially
invited. W. B. NotesTKIN, N. CJ.
1L A. Mceixkb, Sec'y. 27jan91-tf
EOBGANIZEDCHUBCH OF LATTER-DAY
Saints hold regular services every Sunday
at 2 p. m., prayer meeting on Wednesday evening
at their chapel, corner of North street and Pacific
Avenue. All are cordially invited.
13iul89 Elder H. J. Hudson. President.
Qg-Until further notice, all adver
tisements under this head will be charg
ed at the rate of five cents a line each
issue. We make this lower rate to con
form with the times.
lioice lots i
-Mrs. Peter Albaugh is reported
-No meeting of the ladies mnsicale
. N. Kilian's son Leo is sick with
Silver-thread sauer kraut for sale at
ehlrich Bros.' 23nov2-5t
V-Our live stock merchants report
trade very brisk.
- -eLr-Some fine furniture for Christmas
presents at John Gisin's.
Old newspapers by the hundred, 25
cents at the Journal office.
-Ifrve yon bsjJIio fii
i ir. i. K. uiarK, Biiccessur ui ii.
flchug, Olive st. In office at nights.
mwm .rtt . Tl.
C. H. Sheldon took four cars of good
cattle to South Omaha, Wednesday.
UOo to John Gisin's for the latest
styles and designs in picture frames.
jauireaa Weayeifc real taie
and Ear surgeon. Dr. E. T.
. tve ana tar sunjeou
Ttlen, 309 Ramge block, Omaha, Neb.
l Fresh Eggs at SO cents per
Anz. at. Herman Oelilrich &
Nice parlor suits, lied room suits and
narlor rockers at John Gisins
Some fine young cattlo for saie, or
Axchanee for city lots. Call on U.JJ
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe nov on
Tuesday morning, a son. ocnuyiw
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The Presbyterians give a sociaoie at
tho residence of W. T. Kickly Friday
W. H. Van Alstine was on tho South
Omaha market with two cars of hogs
Mrs. Angella Borowiak is com
pleting a dwelling house on east Four
Abel Coffey, who was somewhat un
der the weather last week, was reported
SeeFriedhofi Cos special cloak
sale and dress goods advertisement in
Thunder and lightning and a slight
fall of rain Wednesday night, followed
Thursday by snow.
Schroeder & Bhode placed one of
their phonographs in E.D. Fitzpatrick's
book store Monday.
U D. B. Duffy, Columbus, Neb., will do
1 1 wour nouse-muviun, in gwu nuupo uuu
I at reasonable prices. ltf-eow
CoL W. B. Dale has received his
commission - Inspector Gen'l Nebraska
brigade U. I-K. of P.
Just a little rift of snow Saturday
night enough to remind us that we
may expect it any time.
The celebrated Quick-Meal, and
arch easoline stoves, the best in the
rket.-For sale by A. Boettcher. 4tf
' L A new stock of hanging lamps and
stand lamps, center draft, and a cnoice
lot of Christmas goods at Oehlnch Bros.'
r. Nauman, dentist, Thirteenth st
opposite Barber s. All woric guaranteed.
Gar invwn-f nrthft nainless' extraction of
Attentkm is called to the display
advertisement of J. II. Gallev X- Rm'n
clearing sale in another column of this
At W. H. Thompson's sale last week
cows brought an average of $17 a head,
two-year-old' stock $7.75, and three-year-old
17. - " . '
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"-Jr. T" B- Clark's remedy for the
tobacco aaa liquor nabits is receiving
commendations from those who have
Children Cry for
aW-CaUand see my new line of parlor
seis thXfinest inhgeity. FinVfnrni-
ahrist mas presents, ohn
PQjerinest line of Jvi ever brought
kColHmbdare for saVat theXirfi
Bargain Store. 1
The Platte Farmers' Club meet at
the residence of J. C. Swarteley Friday,
Dec. 11th, at 10 a. m.
While unloading some hogs at the
stock -yards, Friday, John Lauer had a
hand badly lacerated by one of the jtork
Albert Stenger expects to go soon
with his children, to National City,
California, where he will leave them
with his mother.
The prospects for a good ice harvest
this winter are very encouraging, and
the ice dealers are making preparations
to handle the crop.
Jeff Lohr,acoompamed by his brother
Will, and Jim Nelson, started Wednes
day for Fort Collins, Colo! May the
boys meet with success.
D. W. Jerikinson tookhis son Eddie
to, Columbus, on Wednesday, to have
physicians examine his broken leg.
Monroe Looking Glass.
A card received from the Lohr
corps report the arrival of the crowd at
Fort Collins all right. They are all weir
pleased with the prospects.
The fire laddies were thawing out
some of the hose Sunday morning,which
had been used to extinguish the large
bon fire about four weeks ago.
Mrs. Hobl of Clarkson, Neb., is ad
vertising for her lost 17-year-old son
Frank, who left home-some -time mgo. J
His father has died since he left.
Fred. Moder, bill clerk in the U. P.
depot, will resume his old position as
day operator, A Mr. Pollock, brother
of J. G. Pollock, will succeed him.
Mr. Taylor of Lincoln, was in the
city Monday putting up a handsome
monument on the grave of Miss Delia
Bussell, who died about a month ago.
A. M. Arnold, of Columbus, had
business hero Tuesday. .... Dr. Martyn,
of Columbus, made a professional visit
here Thursday. Newman Grove Era.
Subscriptions and donations to the
U. B. Church are going right along and
it is not improbable the work on the
building may be commenced this winter.
The Union Pacific enow fence gang
are in town and will make this their
headquarters while they repair te
fences on the branches out of this city.
The Joubsatj is indebted to .. H.
Drinnin for a sack of most excellent
buckwheat flour. What is more appeti
zing than "buckwheat cakes and
W. B. Dale in the dark the other
night had a contest with a basket, and
came out with a bruised nose and fore
head, which he is nursing with consid
Mrs. George Spear and child of
Columbus, formerly of this city, have
been quite ill with diphtheria but are
now on tho highway to recovery. Fre
y-320 acres of good land in section (5,
ioVn 17, rango 1 east, for sale for cash.
Tune wishing to purchase all or any 80
of said tract, please address M. K. Tur
ner, Columbus, Neb.
JW-For rent, a commodious store room
oil. Eleventh street, centrally located,
and suitable for grocery, dry-goods or
clothing. A long time lease preferred.
Call at Jouknaij office. tf
John Paulesen, who lives' near the
Madison county line, lost his barn and
several hundred bushels of grain by fire
Tuesday. The loss will reach $600,
partly covered by insurance.
Last Saturday was a good day for
our merchants. Tho number of people
in from the country was unusually large
and trade was very brisk, and this is
what makes everybody happy.
An entertainment will be given at
the opera house Dec. 14, the proceeds of
which will be donated to the Sisters of
St. Francis hospital. A largo program
of exercises has been prepared
c-Dr. A. J Sanders of GrajffT Island,
iiecialist oRironic diseases.
the MeriaTan hotel, PjT12, '91, w
mavJfo consultedoy his patiojRs and
others who majrwish to see
Everybody knowing themaelves in-
debtHajne must seTMewithouniil by
Dec. 15, 914J1 accountsNasettle
that time, will beVut in the hatNf an
attorney for collectioh-E. PoHiTt
F. B. Whitney, assistant general
freight agent of the Union Pacific rail
way, died at Omaha Saturday morning.
Mr. Whitney was only 36 years of age
and began railroading at the age ot lb.
F. G. Hollenbeck, engineer on en
gine 567, accidentally fell off the engine
at Schuyler one day last week, and
broke his thumb and fore finger of the
left hand. He will be laid up for several
WeBave the acencyforthe only
genuine Gonon Cityod.. AleaVhandle
bothVhe oHaand new Back SpringscoaL
We arWmakiafepecial pnaes for storage
onbothNhard ami soft coaL Wilayl
The Irish woman is equally as vitty
as her brother. Stranger to Bridget,
scrubbing the front steps "While yon
are on your knees, Biddy, pray for me."
Bridget "O, Lord, make this fellow a
gintlemon." . t
LWe wish to call your .attention to
ounuline of plush ahd fur larobes,
just reclsrad. You canfae suitl in
style and prraif you will cll and see
them at Wileylfeaver's harneW-store,
S. G. Turrell, until recently local
editor on the Telegram, was np from
Schuyler Thursday greeting old ac
quaintances and friends who are legion.
He is soon to have the management of
the Schuyler Sun.
L-Hon. John C. S
public safe, Wednesd
tie, wahpns, rarnroacninerymay, grass
seed, etcSee bills. 2
Rev. Cronse of David'City is said to
be a high kicker when it comes to play
ing foot ball, as he did Thanksgiving
day. It wouldn't hurt ministers gener
ally if they would jengage oftener in
harmless, recreations. . . ,
Miss Alice Turner left Friday for her
new situation near Lindsay, where she is
to teach school. Quite a number of her
friends met at the residence of her pa
rents Wednesday evening, in a'surprise
party, and to bid her farewell. ', --'
F. W. Heprtck says it keeps two n,
xfny all tin time repairing. Have
linmwicerincr. ronainnir :inur
fraides done noaHe casvfes
-y rt7 r r
line of franieTh tho
wansiev win nave a
aV Dec. lGtnVat
cava mile sotnhof Buchelis
VB AH VJUV717VU'
aKk 11 sFfea v aa 4aj
r toys ana piuan goocw oaii on
k Lamb, North block. 1
J. Hudson, justice of the peace
elect, has fitted up the rooms on Olive
street, formerly used by Fred. Haater,
and will occupy them as his ofice, and
will mete out justice in large or small
quantities to suit- the occasion;
A telegram from London dated De
cember 1st says: In the Bow street
police court today R C. Palmer, charged
on his own confession with stealing a
number of mail sacks at dark, Neb
was remanded to await the action of the
The Platte Center Argus gives quit
a glowing description of a ball given by
the Knights of Pythias Thanksgiving
night, at that village. Those mentioned
from Columbus were Misses .Minnie
McMahon. Katie Browner, Ida 'and
Minnie Meagher and Lena Costello.
If yon are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over the
seat of attih a piece of flannel dampened
with Chamberlain's' Pain Balm. You
will be surprised at the prompt relief it
aflords. 50 cent bottles for sale by C.
E. Pollock & Co. and Dr. Heintz, drag!
gists. " tf .
The Joubnai readers will remem
ber young Hicks, who was arrested here
last August by Deputy Sheriff Camp
bell for horse stealing in Wayne county
Andy went to Wayne Monday to testify
in the matter which is now on trial, also
to receive the reward offered for Hick's
capture, $75. . -
The Y. M. C. A. have already raised"
over four hundred dollars for fitting
out their rooms. The reading rooms,
are to be supplied with good periodicals
and are to be public, not for the Y. M.
C. A. only, as many think. This is one
of the best institutions Columbus could
have a public reading room.
A Catholic fair will be held at Cen
tral City, Dec. 15-17, at which time one
of the leading features will be a contest
for a gold watch between Grand Island,
Central City and Columbus. The con
testants are Patrick Rockfort, Robert
Armstrong and Jack Keating, respect
ively. So says the Central City Re
publican. The handsomest lady in Columbus
remarked to a friend the other day that
she knew Kemp's Balsam for the throat
and lungs was a superior remedy, as it
stopped her cough" instantly when other
cough remedies had no effect whatever.
So to prove this and convince you of its
merits, any druggist will give you a
sample bottle free. Large size 50c and
Conductor Frank Keeehen was tried
for assault and battery at Schuyler,
Thursday, and was acquitted. It will
be remembered the trouble grew out of
a question of paying fare between North
Bend and Schuyler. James Gadsden
and George Schultz claiming to have
paid their fare, the conductor thinking
otherwise made them pay again, as they
Thomas Maher has taken up the
burden of railroad life at the Platte
Center station again. For the time
friend Thomas has been in the railway
-business he is better known among the
way-np officials than any station agent
pnJhe Union Pacificjystem. The
young men who have the nack of get
ting to the front generally use it early
in life. Argus.
Some one, either very careless or
devilish, fired a ball through the front
window of C. H. W. Dietrich's store
sometime Wednesday night. The ball
smashed the glass and lodged in the
partition of a sleeping room in the rear
of the building, where it was found. Mr.
Dietrich will undoubtedly make it very
uncomfortable for the miscreant should
he be apprehended.
Dr. R. L. St. John of Howland, Put
nam county, Missouri, takes especial
pleasure in recommending Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, because he knows
it to be reliable. He has used it in his
it to be rename. uu uu
practice for several years, and saya .there
is none better. It is especially valuable
for colds and as a preventive and cure
for croup. This most excellent medi
cine is for sale by C. E. Pollock & Co.
and Dr. Heintz, druggists. tf
The population of Columbus is
about 3,500, and we would say at least
one-half are troubled with some affec
tion of the throat and lungs, as those
complaints are, according to statistics,
more numerous than others. We would
advise all our readers not to neglect the
opportunity to call on their druggist
and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for
the throat and lungs. Trial size free.
Large bottles, 50c and $1. Sold by all
Theo. Wolf, A. J. Zellar, John T.
Parks, Sarah Parks and several others
have appealed from the judgment of the
supervisors, and entered suit against the
county for damages sustained by estab
lishing the "Becker road" in Creston
township. John Engle, Anna Mahler,
Jacob " Gerber, H. . Bickenbaker and
others, have taken like action on account
of the "Blaser road" in Butler township.
Courts have held that the measure of
damages in such cases is the actual
value of the land.
Mr. Beckett recently forwarded to
A. Squire, a prominent music publisher
and eminent critic of Cincinnati, a full
arrangement of "Backus'- March" for
band of f ou rteen pieces. The music was
returned last week, and it is highly com
plimentary to Mr. Beckett that in the
whole arrangement but one correction
.was made, it being a slight change in
one measure of a minor part. Genoa
.Pipe of Peace. A copy of the march
was received by the Columbus band
Monday, and the boys pronounce it a
very pretty production, and predict
much for its author.
The following, handed in by one who
was present, was too late for last week's
Journal: Surprises seem to be the or
der of the day. Thanksgiving evening
the family ot Alvin Levie were pleasant
ly surprised by a large party of friends
and neighbors who dropped in to cele
brate their removal into their new resi
dence. A very enjoyable evening was
spent in music, games and pleasant con
versation. About 10 o'clock, tables were
spread, which fairly groaned nnder the
weight of good things provided by the
ladies, which was duly appreciated and
heartily partaken of by all. In the "wee
sma' hours," adieus were said, and kind
wishes .expressed that like meetings
might be frequent among them as a
B. H. Henry was a'PlAtte Center visit
JIB. Stires west to Oconee on busi
ms Tuesday. .
'f J. 8. Robinson, esoot Madison was a
Rambus visitor Friday.
I James Novels of St. Edward, was in
ihs city on bnsinons Thursday.
1 Editor Gerrard of the Looking Glass
was down from Monroe Friday.
. Miss lizzie Meldnum of Del Rapids,
A. D., is visiting her brother, L L. Albert.
vMr. Becker, supervisor-elect of Grand
Prairie was in. town Friday on business.
vMra. W.B.Roehon arrived in the city
WeiBesday evening on a visit to friends.
'Miss Nellie Post was at Lincoln Tues
day of last week, returning Wednesday.
J Li J. Baker and Frank Knapp went to
Mnlweo Thursday to organize a Y. M.
Mrs. J. 8. Murdoch returned Monday
from a two weeks, visit with friends at
Grandma Clark went to Cedar Rapids
Thursday to visit with the family of
Chrrles Pearsall went 6 Grand Island
Hornby fcresaro his duties as court-
1 reporter in the ninth Judicial district.
B. F. Williams an attorney of St Ed
ward was transacting some important
business in this city one day last week.
George Turner of Vancouver, B. C,
in tria citv HAVAral dava the nost
week. He. was looking in his usual
I rerry ljosnbaugn went to uincoin
TnaadnT retnmitur Wednesday. He ex-
Hpectatovgo to Pennsylvania this week,
a manna wiie nas. neon on a visit.
AUen JMson warro the city last week,'
on his way to Boone, la. ' He is an old
time citizen of Butler county, well
known to many of our older citizens.
Gus. B. opeice, clerk of the district
court, 'is enjoying a vacation visiting
friends in Oklahoma. Deputy W. B.
Henry is assisted -during his absence by
'Mr. Perrigo, assistant superintendent
of Grant Institute, Genoa, passed
through the city Friday with five Indian
children, on his way home from a re
servation in Dakota.
W.B. Backus, Sup't Grant Institute,
Genoa, was in the city Saturday. He
has been selected to prepare two papers
for the convention of superintendents of
Indian schools, which convenes in a few
days. The Genoa farm and shops stand
at the head for success, and this was the
reason why Mr. Backus was selected to
tell what he knows about the two sub
Incidents sometimes occur in this
"cold and cruel world" which lead us to
.believe that the old adage, "Man's inhu
manity to man makes countless thous
ands mourn," is really without founda
tion. In the early part of last Septem
ber, George Bull started with his family
from Le Grande, Ore., to Chippewa
Falls, Wis. A four months old babe
took sick on the journey, and the family
stopped off here to procure medical aid.
They went to Wm. Mansfield's restau
rant where Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield made
them as comfortable as possible. The
babe, however, soon died. The father
was without means, but wished to take
his dead child with him. Mr. Mansfield
went to see the authorities, but found
they could do nothing but express their
sorrow. The man claimed to be poor
but honest. Mr. Mansfield loaned him
$90 cash, taking nothing but the man's
word, and he frent his way. Wednes
day, -Mr. Mansfield received a money
order for the full amount, and a letter
containing many expressions of grati
tude from Mr. BulL
The entertainment to" be given Mon
day evening, Dec 14, promises to lie a
grand affair. No pains have been spared
by the management to make tbisa suc
cess in every particular. Mrs. E. H.
Chambers, Mrs. J. A. Barber, Miss Sarah
Fitzpatrick and other members of the
Ladies musicsle will take part in the
exercises. MraKilroyof Lincoln, has
a beautiful soprano part. Prof 'Hovey's
'famous orchestra of Norfolk have been
engaged to furnish music. Ihe
maennerchor of this city will also ren
der several very appropriate selections.
The admission is only 50 cents and the
Erooeeds go to the Sisters of St Francis
ospital, an institution well worthy of
your support. Turn out and help a
ttw for administering gas.
M anjBsthetic for extractimJ
teeth painlessly. New crown gold alloy,
superior to all other alloy fillings teeth
filled with above material will not dis
color or decay around the filling. New
method of filling sensitive teeth. All
the latest improvements to render den
tal operations in the most satisfactory
manner. When in need of dental ser
vice, do not fail to visit my Dental
Parlors, ground floor, corner Olive and
Thirteenth streets. 33-3t
Doctor E. Y. Haughawoct.
List of letters remaining in the post
office at Columbus, Nebraska, for the
week ending November 9, 1891
E. P. Pecldiam f
, Leila Browfev i
J. V. RUCJ
the above letters
wilfptease say "advertised.'
Cabi. Kramkk, P.
Beaaeed a Dr
patrick, Columbus Neb.,
Warn with measure that
"fMT to the drummer '
sell yon cheap 1
it womd hurt my reputat
chimlfeNsx in tlfc county
It f Santa
DRY GOODS !
A GOOD AND WELL SELECTED STOCK AL
- WAYS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAP.
aarTHAT DEFY COMPETITION.-I
BUTTER AMD EGG8
Aad all kiads of coaatry prodace takes ia trad
aadall cooda delivered free of charge
loaay pan oi ine city.
k aai rr Bai'c:n
GooMolliinj, Eats, Caps,
BOOTS ArrTaESrSte.,- -1
J. H. GALLEY & BROTHERS'.
will be dissolved by mutual consent on tne 1st day or January, jluvz,
and in order to reduce our stock before that date we have concluded1;
to cut the urices of all goods in our lartre and comnlete stock of DRY
GOODS, to save the trouble of invoicing. And it will be to the interest of
all who need anything in the line of DRESS GOODS, FLANNELS, SHAWLS, LA
DIES' coats, jackets, wraps and plush sacques. to call and examine the
same and see our prices and goods before buying.
Our stock oC CLOTHING, HATS. CAPS.B001
fact the entire stock.
This is no humbug as our 20 years business in this
community is sufficient proof that what
we advertise we mean.
THIS IS NOT A CLEARANCE SALE
Advertisements under this head five cents a
RnmTTZ makes boots and shoes in the
host stvlm. and nses only tho very best
ck that can be procured in the market. 52-tf
dent to abUlous state of the jetem.suok
SiztlBess. Kauaea. Drowsiness. Distress afur
eating, rain in the BMe, 4c While thclrrooss
nanarifN ""' " haehognlsimi-Wf .
SeaahVyet CarfcWEURo tSSaVSieim
equally Talnable !n Constipation, curinganilp
venting thisatmoyicgcomplainvwhlle they aue)
fever and xcgolata tho bowels. Zrantftbeyoalf
Buffer from this distressing complaint; tratfortu
Batsl7 theirsoodnsssdoca notend hcreand those
whoonce try them will find these lilUa pills Tjdn
ablelasoicany waysthatthey wiU not ba i wit
fasfte bane of ma many Vena that heralswners
wenuke our eat boast. OurpUlscureitwhile
Others do not. . .
Carter's Little Llrer Pffls are Tory smaU and
very easy to taxo. One or two pills malm a dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe oc
purpe. but by their gentle actloa pleaseaU who
Me them. InTialsat25centa: fire for ft. SOU
fcy druggists eTarjwhere, or sent by null.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York;
SHALL PILL. SHALL DOSE. SHALL PMCE
FirxMOBK. Dueuo.uk Co.. I., Sept. 18tJ.
VJssK. Kinnigjn wrius: Jly mother and
slater used 1'as.tor KoeniR's Nf rvo Tonic for
ncuralg.a. They are both perfectly well now
and never tired praising the Tonic.
8EVEKAL CASES CUUED.
PiTTSBCHr. Pa.. Ma IbSO.
Tho wrflknown lbsv. PwlorA J.Z,ho
willieadilyKireliw name on rennest, writes
Of: An orphan under my care stiffen u mia
epilepsy I or four cars, which had ur.vanccu
very far. but three bottti-J of 1'jDtur Koeuii; a
Nerve Tonic cured him er.t irt iy.
Another hoy suftVp-d from cramps to sum
a denxc. that he became violent at times ami
endangered hisown life. Treairr.snt n. several
hosplUls by competent physician save on'y
temporary rcl cf, but after Uf ioe several
Ix.tUes of Pastor Kocniif s Norvo Tome te
was cored entirely, and has been v. ell cd
s -'Mi Tcr sine.
Valuable Book oa H eryooa
i Disease sent free to any address.
ana poor paaenia can swo whu
itada aaedldae free of cbarge.
n.1. fmtAx hssbeen orenared by theBever-
efld Pastor Koenlg.-otFortWayne.Ind, since 18R
andla bow prepared under his direction by tho
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
SoW by Dmi3ts at 1 per Bottle. 6foi
9, KarawSlxe.Sl.75. 6 Bottles for .
Tawawafaai Trsa a Co. testraetes
aad (tarud bsTI wotssd iUaaily aad mad money fasur
thaa I sxpectad lo. I Mcasta aoia to ooy an itiasa ana raua
small (aamerboUl. If Idon'tanccwdat tbat.1 willgo
to work aeaia at tba basiaeas in which 1 mada my money.
TtwHc Cawt Shall wa Instruct sad start yon. raaderf
If wado. aad if yon work industriously, yon will in doa
tlma baablalobay an island and boild aliotel. if yon wish
to. afaaey can ba earaad at oar aew lino of work, ran-
Wly aad honorably, by the of either sax. yoonc or old.
aad Is thair own loeautiaa. wherartr ther lire. Any ona
caa do tba work. Easy to learn. Wa famish tTerrthlns. Xo
. VoueanderoMyonrsnara moments, or all your
ia work. This entirely new load brings wonderful
to tho work.
eees to rry worker. Bejrinners are earninc from
oar waek aad anward. and more after a little expe
rience- We can furnish yon the employment we teach you
rwLWitu tduis an ate or marvelous wings, ana nereii
another areet, nsefal. wealth siring wonder. Great rains
will reward every industrious worker. Wherever yon are.
and whatever you are dolnf. you want to know about this
won a oi fu I work at oace. Delay means much money lost to
yea. No space to explain here, bat ifyoa will writ to as.
ace to explain here, bet iryc
k C9., Mm. 4Sav Am
we wsubbbx an plain tevoa wrMUZW Aniuaee..
Locvi.ASDTa..TWaxo. A Bpou chance: uoat
aiss it' Voa need no capital to represent a re
liable firm that warrants narserystockirstvclaas
ITS ., tn name. ' WoBK AL.I. THB TJCAB. aad
I cooil pay weekly to eneraetic men. Apply qoick.
Setd.. Pato-T ''
yah gavJ the HOW I3gSisaaasasassasaS!l
hi offered to .JHBStjBSasSaasaasasasasasW
TbatVis ncntlas lHsasaPlBB""iSBaEJL'i
a Redely er AN iHfiCHsHQS a
Have leery IUJLin).lf MavHSS N
in good ak SSIfVHBBi Q
(rfcics. aaaL'n wfiwtS&EEinsSSSSEazH
CLEAKAHCE SALES I
heretofore existing between J. H. Galley ft Bra
are to be sold at the same
of old and shelf-wora
goods all to be sold at
indebted to said firm will please call and settle befcre that date
J. H. GALLEY & BRO.
BEGHER, JJE6G1 ft CO.,
REAL - ESTATE - LIMNS, - INSURANCE
HONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS at lowest rates
to suit nnnlicnnta.
IHJMJKl AHlKAt7rKKS OK TTHjK to all real estate IB riaisectjawr. .
KennntTHE LEADING INSURANCE COMPANIES ot tho World. Oarfanapohcleaare -
the m.t liberal in use. Loettes adjusted, and promptly paid at this olee.
Notary Public nlwavd in office.
Farm and city property for sale.
Make collections of foreien inheritance and
of Europe. ,
SPEICE & iTORTH,
General Agent for fh mH
BbIob Pastfe aad Midlaad Padlo R. B.
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lot of other laada, improved aad aBtmproved,forsaleat lowprlea
hnninnss ami i siirnu n lots in mo rirr we asep a
Frosln. I Sa.lt Eea-ts,
wtae, Praltrr, aid Freak Fkk. All Kiiii f SaiMgt afptdalty.
-CiA paid for mdea,Patta, Tallow. Tflaassl ssiilaiilsssMiastas1ll.l
Olhre Street, twt Dttri Nrtk tf ttw ffnt laMtJati Buk.
g 2l III
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t-Onrriootationsof the markethareobUiaed
Tuesday afternKn,and are correct and reliable
fe oasts w
goods, but our entire stock of new
the same reduced price.
H. P. J. HOCKHMB1UM1SB.
of iatereet, oa short or lesc ttase. ia amoaata
.... .. ..
sell - steassaaiB tickets to
Backlea'n Araka Salve.
The best salve in the world for cats,
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 aire perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by C B. Stillman.
Ekgush Spavin Iiiaisaeat resaoves all
hard, soft or calloused lamps and bleaa.
ishes from horses, Blood Spavin, Curbr,
Splints, Bins Bone, Sweeney, Stifles,
Sprains, Sore, and SwoUsai Throat,
Coorbs, etc. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the aaost woaderfiif
Bleaush Cars ever known. Sold by C.
RStUlasaa, druggist. aiaevlyr
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