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WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1692.
.The influenza is on the increase in
Paris. Hotels are enipty, and the de
pression is apparent everywhere.
Boston reported 12 inches ol snow
IThursday. Wires were down and by an
order of the mayor no electric lights
were used, that official fearing fatal re
sults from broken wires. ,
Sixtt-foub cases of typhoid fever
were discovered in New York city Fri
day. The victims are nearly all Jews,
both Kussian and Polish, and aro those
who have only recently arrived in this
Neak Monterey, Ala., Friday, Tom.
Traweek, sixteen years old, a white 1kv,
shot and killed Bill Thomas and J. N.
Jackson, two negro men, in self defense.
One of the men had knocked Traweek's
four-year-old brother down with a
CabmsiiE W. Harris, of New York
city, who was convicted of wife murder
'was sentenced to die Monday, after a
motion for a now trial had been denied.
He will be executed at Sing Sing, by
electricity, within the week beginning
Samuel Kelkey, a crazy railroad en
' ginoer at Marehalltown, Iowa, shot
Julia Long twico in tho head Thursday
night, and then committed suicide.
Miss Long is not fatally injured, but
Kelley died instantly. A love affair
caused the tragedy.
By prompt action of the officers at
Dallas, Texas, last Saturday, four
-would-be train robbers were arrested
and one killed. They wero in a gun
Btore and were purchasing arms and
confessed it was their intention to hoiu
"up a train on the Texas Pacific that
Joseph PaiiAck, a Bohemian, whilo
suffering from a delirious fever, jumped
from the 6econd story window of his
. house in Chicago, and landed squarely
upon an iron fence picket and was in
stantly killed. The iron run entirely
through him. His wife took him off and
carried him in the house.
The fifteen-year-old daughter of a
miner named Gardner, living at Ferrell
Station, Ta., was frightened to death by
two men who chased her after night,
She ran into the houee and fell on the
floor and died .with convulsions. Two
brothers named Skidmore aro- under
arrest and charged with manslaughter.
J. W. Yatman, of Sidonia, Ala., who
testified against tho moonshiners re
cently was warned that ho must die.
Last week his son was shot from ambush
while standing in the door; his mother
ran to his assistance when she 6aw him
fall and she also was shot. Only a
month ago Fayette Anderson, another
government witness, was also waylaid
AficoRniKO to the democratic code, of
whicH Governor Boyd may be consid-
' ered'a fair exponent, it may be magnan
imous to humiliate a foe, but men of
high moral dignity have not so recorded.
A. J. Fronde says: "No trait of charac-
. ter is rarer, none moro admirable, than
thoughtful independence of the opin
ions of others, combined with a sensitive
. regard to tho feelings of others."
The Schuyler Sun namos Majors for
governor, and concludes by saying that
he is the man who could give us an ad
ministration with whom no man could
find fault. Brother Turrill, if you have
a man with whom "no man could find
. fault,'' for heaven's sake nominate him,
and elect him, without regard to party,
.agio, race or previous condition of servi
jide. He is a man in ten thonsand.
Bernakd J. Scmirrz a wealthy farmer
of Kansas, who visited his old home in
Germany last November, was promptly
arrested for deserting from the army
over thirty years ago. All efforts of the
U. S. minister seemed to be of no avail,
but Sehmitz's little daughter eleven
. years of age wrote a personal letter to
the emperor, pleading for her father's
release, which so touched his highness
cthat Schmitz was at once released.
; trouble in Kentucky between tho
miners and the state militia is by no
.' means at an end, and it is feared that
much blood will be shed before it is
, reached. Saturday night tho miners
fired upon- tho pickets at the militia
. camp and the fire was quickly returned
with a Gattling gun, and several of bc
men were wounded. Unless some
..prompt and decisive measures are at
once adopted, much trouble is feared.
Boyd partially got even with Thayer
when he refused to shake hands with
tne senile usurper. Telegram.
".. 'Senile usurper," judging from the
. frequency of its. use in the Telegram's
editorials of late, in fact, it had become
. the stock in trade of that sheet- It has
fcawptad its editor like a; horrid night
mare, bat its venality cropped out when
it exalted over Boyd's littleness and
grovelling ambition by refusing the
proffered hand of John M Thayer.
"Boyd partially got even with Thayer
. when he refused co shake hands with
the senile usurper," exalts the Telegram.
Bat then the Telegram's editor kept up
a vigoroas shaking of the gubernatorial
tree till he caught a nice plum. He has
ItcwTtd kit reward, J
The Omaha Bee that has championed
Boyd'b claim to the governorship with
unremitting persistency all through the
contest, has nothing but kind words to
say of John M, Thayer. Speaking of
his action in surrendering the govern
or's office to Boyd, says: "It was tho
manly and honorable thing tojelo under
the circumstances without waiting for
an official copy of the mandate of the
supreme court." And yet James E.
Boyd, with undignified resentment and
insult, in the presence of ladies that he
had brought to Lincoln "to see that ey-.
erything is right," forgetting that "There
is nothing so 'kingly as kindness, and
nothing so royal as truth."
Johjj Cook was released from the pen
itentiary Thursday. Nine years ago
Cook perpetrated a most dastardly and
cold-blooded murder in Webster county.
He was run down and placed in jail.
The people of the county were so worked
up over the magnitude of his crime that
a mob .was organized and Cook was
taken from the jail and hung to a tree.
Three shots were fired into his body and
he was left swinging in the-breeze, sup
posing him dead. The sheriff cut the
body 'down and was surprised to see
signs of returning life. Cook recovered,
and in view of the violence he had
suffered the judge gave him a life sen
tence. This was commuted some
months ago by Thayer to ten years. He
received three years' good time and was
released last week. A roar is expected
from Webster county as soon sa he
The papers all tell us the supreme
court of the United States declared
dloyd a citizen. That it may justly be
held that children of an alien who had
declared his intentions to become a cit
izen, coming of age after such declara
tion, were of right, citizens, we have
thought. But that the. United States
could pass a law making citizens of all
the people in a certain district, without
any act of the individual, is contrary to
the American theory of citizenship, in
our judgment. Let tho supreme court
decide as it may. That such a law could
confer all the privileges and protection
on an alien enjoyed by the citizens is
true, but such an act, as we said, is con
trary to the American theory of citizen
ship, and opens the gates to a universal
controversy between nations. The true
theory is thnt the man is tho sole cus
todian of his citizenship to bestow it
where he pleases. Monroe Looking
World's Fair Notes.
New South Wales has asked for 300
000 square feet of space.
It is announced that the Imperial
band of Emperor William of Germany
will attend the exposition, having al
ready obtained permission so to do.
The '.rovince of Ontario, Canada, will
make an extensivo mineral exhibit. Can
ada has asked for a total of 100,000 square
Teet of space in the various buildings.
The Hon. W. C. P. Breckenridge, of
Kentucky, according to present plans,
will deliver the oration dedicatory of
tho exposition building on October
Herr Wermuth, the Imperial German
World's fair commissioner, has already
received nearly 2,000 applications for
space from the intending exhibitors of
Georgia, like Texas and South Da
kota is trying to raise a large jwrtion of
its needed World's fair fund through
the instrumentality of the school pupils
On the three evenings during the ex
ercises dedicatory of the exposition
buildings, October 11-18, fireworks to
the value of $25,000 will be displayed.
Tho contract for this amount has al
ready been let.
In Colorado's exhibit will appear a
complete showing of the flora of the
state. Miss Alida P. Lansing, who has
been in charge of the matter, has gath
ered more than 1,000 varieties during
tho past summer, including fifteen or
more which had never been clasified.
Kearney's oat meal mill was started
The Evening Record is a new daily
paper at Blair.
A small blaze at Fremont Thursday
night. Loss $300.
Henry Jackson marketed an 800
pound porker at Utica.
Bill Thompson, while under the in
fluence of whiskey, fell off a train at
Ashland and was instantly killed.
E. D. Stewart, principal of the
Uly6ses schools, was arrested on the
charge of unmercifully beating his
A gasoline stove exploded at Grand
Island while being filled. Dan Fish
burn had one hand severely burned and
F. W. Vass was slightly burned.
A female swindler is working the
country near Superior selling common
salt as a chemical that will prevent
kerosene from exploding in lamps.
Frank Jelinek who was recently hurt
by a corn-sheller tipping over on him
while driving along the road with it,
died last Friday from his injuries.
A Clearwater landlord chased two
men who left without paying their bills.
He overtook them at Norfolk. One
paid and ho had the other arrested for
Warren Clough of Seward,has brought
suit against the bondsmen of ex-Sheriff
Neihardt of Seward county for $490, and
ten per ont interest from 1876. Clough
has beet, in confinement ever since and
unable to press his wants.
A farmer near David City, went to
town, bought a new set of harness, took
them out and placed them in somebody's
wagon, mistaking it for his own. He
does not know whose wagon it was,.and
is now advertising for the harness. He
better go to Blair and take a few shots.
The residence of W. Fanning a pros
perous fanner living near Colon, was
destroyed by fire Thursday. The build
ing was totally destroyed with the greater
portion of thecontents. The ortfn of ric liST T
the fire is unknown. Ilras partially in- " P Equality and, m
. aajrpuuiii I provemeots, from $4 to $50 per acre.
. The clock on the First National bank
safe at Harvard remained stationary
after winding Saturday night until the.
cashier tried to open the safe Monday
morning. Then it began running, and
the bank had to wait a' day before they
could get at their cash.
N.J. Gale, living 5 miles northwest of I
Rising was relieved of a clothes-line full
of clothes occ night last week, and other
parties in the same neighborhood have
met with like thefts; dressed bogs, four
at one place and four at another, corn
and oats, from various places have been
stolen in the pas); few weeks; so there
must be first-clss thief or a gang of
them, getting -in their work in that
FROM THE SUXXY SOUTH.
ALettrr from Mr. J. W. Smith, a former Rrs
iiltut cf Columbus. "
m Veiasco, Texas, Jan. 31, 1892.
Dkak Fbikkd and Comeade, M. K.
Tcbxeb: As I promised you and a
number of readers of The Journal a
letter from this land, I shall now try,
not being a skilled writer. I shall only
give you a plain, unvarnished account of
tho much talked of place or the great
Texan Future, rendered so by a syndi
cate which has come here and expended
$2,000,000 before receiving a cent in
The place is located near tho mouth
of the Brazos river, three miles above,
on a beautiful level plain as far as the
eye can reach. On either side of the
river are groves of live oak densely hung
with Spanish moss and mistletoe, with
many specimens of fine birds.
On the 28th day of March, 1889, the
Briizos Biverand Dock company com
menced operations at tho mouth of the
river to obtain doep water where there
was only 3 feet at that time. They
now have 18 feet, so that ' more than
the average" draught vessels come into
this place and lay quietly iu the river
three miles from the sea.
The ISth of last July the first little
10x14 was erected in this place. Now
there are oier GOO buildings that have
cost from $C0.ilG0 down to $150, with
200 more buildings under way. Electric
light motor to the beach, an artesian
well that runs 1,000,000 gallons in 24
hours. A now railroad has just been
completed which gives us through mil
road outlet to the north. The iorl hero
and five miles below, at Quiutana, are
continually full of shipping, which gives
us hope that this is fust getting into
note. A large Bevenue cutter steamod
in the other day that attracted much
attention and also proved that Uncle
Sam has his eyo on us hero.
The sea breeze and surf are just splen
did; everybody works with coat and vest
off and they perspire even then. 2,400
people are here now and every convey
ance brings new comers. Lots run from
$200 to 81,400 and seem to be selling
every day. Kansas and Nebraska are
furnishing a great portion of the popu
lation. Hotels, brick builders in truth
all classes of mechanical industries are
paying well. The Hotel Velasco cost
$60,000 without the fnrnishingB. All
those points which I have mentioned
aro approved and to my liking. Now
there are some things I do not like
which I will hore mention. Prices of
everything is high, tiny sort of a room
rents for $10 per month; board is too
expensive. From the time you arrive
until you decide emphatically to leave
the place or buy roal estate you are
beset on every side by a swarm of real
estate agents who are moro difficult to
get rid of than the Jews of the Bowery
or Chatham street, N. Y. The nights
aro cool, with heavy dews; in a few
weeks more the mosquitoes will be here.
If they will get away with the real
estate men all right, but at all events
either of them will stick their bills into
everybody's busiuess, irrespective of
color, 6hape or financial standing. Next
is the mud; the streets, of course, are
new and not graded but have good
drainage and shells enough near by to
make miles of- shell tops. Saloons are
plentiful no city organization as yet.
I believe that is a blessing!- so far no
shooting, cutting, fighting or gambling
all governed under state laws. One
select school, two churches M. E.
South and the Baptist. The Odd Fel
lows will organize in a few'days.
Give the boys in tho post the benefit
of the Times I send you. Would like
to see some of the Columbus people
here to take the advantage of what I
deem the great future of the south.
Many Nebraakans and moro Kansas
people are here and plenty of room for
more. Moro anon.
Februaby 7, 1892.
The readers of The Journal can no
doubt afford to read my sketches from
this place when I spare the time to take
the observations and then write them up.
Since my last I have looked over the
situation and learned still more about
the place, especially business. There
are 5 brick yards in full blast, turning
out 175,000 brick doily; there are now 0
large lumber yards doing an immense
business; l'large planing mill running
at full capacity and way behind on
orders. From 1 to 3 new buildings
being started daily.
Tho John W. Mason, a large three
mast schooner, came in over the bar last
Sunday drawing 1C ft of water, loaded
with 14200 tons of coal, landed in the
city at the wharf which everybody
cheered! It begins to look like a well
defined seaport town; six months old,
2,400 inhabitants, with its fine buildings
and all the modern conveyances of the
east and north already established. The
only thing now needed is the tapping of
two or three of the trunk railroads in
the interior to convey the enormous
crops of cotton and other products to
the only deep water port on this coast,
but this is coming about One road is
now finished all but the ballast, and
others talked of. The people who are
here are all with one voice in the pro
gress of Velasco.
The climate is good; here now the
fields are green, the trees are full leafed.
The orange crop is short on account of
a heavy frost three weeks ago; the
banana crop will be a failure, bat gar
den vegetables are now plentiful in the
markets. Fish! I have never been
where fish were so abundant and so
cheap three to five cents per pound;
oysters are also very cheap and plentiful.
Quite an emigration 'from Nebraska
.3 IP V am m
The large planters here are commencing
to cut up their large farms which is a
grand move toward settling up the
country. One man, Mr. .Bryan, six
I miles np the river, has a sugar and cot
ton plantation of 10,000 acres; hie home
is fine and as beaatifully laid out as can
be met with in the west The old man
ttated a lew days afo the prodoet of bis
farm in '80 was $30,000 in sugar alone.
He has quite a large orange grove, and
claims that last -'year one tree alone
yielded four bbls. of fine merchantable
oranges; this tree is fourteen years old.
He has fig .trees, that bear four bbls.
Orange culture is not a success here as
yet This same Mr. Bryan says he will
have 500 bbls. this year and meets
ready sale at $6 per-bbL The old man
says he will not sell any of his land, but
he has a son who has a largo tract about 1
four miles from here; he is cutting up
his land into ten-acre lots and selling it
off at $50 per acre. These lands are all
near the Brazos river. All products
can be marketed by water a little cost.
The opportunities for men who under
stand gardening and fruit culture cer
tainly, in my judgment, could find no
better opening than here. With small
capital in such enterprises it surely will
t excel the same capital expended in the
As for healthfulness I judge from the
appearance of tho people; they look
heartier and old people seem younger
than in the northern states. I speak
more particularly of the people near the
We are having warm showers of rain
today, the first since my arrival, which
make the fields look green and re
freshed. John W. Smith.
From oar regular correspondent.!
Postmaster-General Wanamaker has
issued an order that will be hailed with
pleasure by thousands of peoplo in ev.-x
ery section of tho country. v It 'makes
every poetofflce where the postmaster's
salary exceeds $200 per annum a money
order office. This will within the next
eighteen mouths mtn thnn double the
number of money order offices in the
country, and wl:i!i t;iviuic o many peo
ple this convenient aud absolutely safe
way of sending money through the mails
it will add very little to the current ex
penses of tho postal service, and in the
end it will probably add quite largely to
its earnings. This is the republican
idea of a business-like administration of
tho affairs of the government.
There are more democrats from the
north, (including in that term all of the
states except those in the south) than
from the south, in the houee, but it is
now very ovident that tho southern men
have outgeneraled the. other fellows and
captured everything that will count in
the legislation of tho house, and the ex
pression, "the south is again in the
saddle," is literally true at this time, so
far as the house of representatives. is
concerned. The south has the speaker,
and the south has all three of the dem
ocratic members of tho committee on
rules, which under tho new code of rules
has a greater control over the business
of the house than any similar committee
ever had before, in fact it is absolutely
impossiDie ior any 01 ino otner com
mittees to either get business before tho
house or to get it disposed of after it is
taken up, without the assistance of that
committee, except in the rare cases
where there is no active opposition on
the floor. The fnll significance of the
situation is just beginning to dawn upon
the out-witted members, since the new
rules have gone into operation. They
can do nothing now but "grin and
The representatives of tho Canadian
government will always find this gov
ernment ready to listen courteously to
any proposition they may .deeiaetto
make concerning commercial reciprocity
between the two eountrios, but as long
as the republican party is in power tho
Canadians need hope for no treaty
which fully opens our market to them,
while their's are only half open to us.
Tho president aud Secretary Blaine will
be pleased to see the Canadian commis
sioners, but it is only upon one basis
that they will open negotiation with
Representative Mills' dagger is no
longer concealed; it is openly held aloft
in his strong right hand while he has
served notice upon the rnya and means
committee that ho intends to use it on
the first tariff bill it reports, that does
not please him. Turn down the lights
and let the band play slow music.
The resolution introduced in the
house by Representative Fithian, of
Illinois, instmcting tho ways and means
committee to report a biil putting all
agricultural implements on the free list
is a bluff, pure and simple, and nobody
knows it any better than its author. To
put agricultural implements on the free
list without first putting all classes of
lumber and metal on tho free list would
closo every manufactory of any class of
agricultural implements in the United
States, and the democratic party would
not dare to do that even if it had both
branches of congress and the presidency.
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affords. 50 cent bottles for sale by C.
E. Pollock & Co. and Dr. Heintz, drug
Mule Cry for It.
Now this may seem strange but if they
don't cry for it they would do so if they
only could. We are talking now about
Haller's Barb Wire Liniment which nev
er fails to euro the worst cut or sore.
For sale by Wm. Kearville. 7-12uaugy
Deith aail It Straggle.
Up to now whoso entered into a fight
with death, fought a losing fight now
science has discovered a way to circum
vent even death Haller's Sarsaparilla
and Burdock grapples with a disordered
system and carefully builds and reor
ganizes. Try it. For sale by Wm.
Children Cry for
FINAL PROOF NOTICE.
Land Office at Grand Island, Neb., )
February 5lh, 1&U2. J
Notice is hereby given that the following
nametl settler has filed notice of hia intention to
make final proof in support of hia claim, and that
said proof will bo made before the clorlc of the
district court at ColumbuH, Neb., on March 21st,
1892, viz: Joseph Sobns, Hd. No. 17173, for the
N. H NT W. li of section 10, township ltt north,
of range 2 west. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of, said land, viz: Frank Bok,
Joseph Opiela, Kaeamiers Borys, Peter Lis, all
of Dimcan, Neb.
A NATURAL RE2IEDT JOB
Bpfleftle Fits, Falling Sldness, By
ta-ies, 8L Titos Jhuce, Kerrew
mm, HypecMiflria, Kelam
chclla, Iaekrity; Sleepless
ess, Dizziness, Braia
and Spina! Weak
ness. This medioina has direct action upon the
larro centers, anaying all irritabilities and
nareasisg tba flow and power of nerve fluid
t Im perfectly harmless and laavea no un
MuirMftirWninla; pfrortTTiiaa ltd liana MW
bV aWaV aV anaaawMaaniirwio
ni " ywrwuma can. aiao oaaua
KOINIG MED. OO., OMMfl
4V liWMllM.W.TP. tWiWtaytr
'. 9'a Scrap.
Valentine's Day came and many re
ceived pretty pictures.
Mrs. Landora Marshall went to Schuy-"
ler Saturday on business.
Henry and Akes Plumb did not get
home when' they were expected. Grip.
Michael Colmars was drawing his
corn to Biohland last week.
In viewing the Platte river we notice
it to be quite forward. There is a chan
nel open and fast washing and melting
tho ice away .on either side.
Quite an enjoyable evening was had
at Brimblecoms Thursday by the invited
Mr. Wm. Meavs and wife aro already
moved into their new house and settled
dowu to housekeeping. The Bunner
wishes the young couple happiness and
Charley Egbert is very low with diph
theria. Good Ruxnxs.
A Wonder Worker.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of
Burlington, O., states that he had been
under the care of two prominent physi
cians, and used their treatment until he
was not able to get around. They pro
nounced his case to be consumption and
incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and eoleb and at that time was
not able to walk across the street without
resting. He found before he had used
half of a bottle, that he was much bet
ter; he continued to use it and is today
enjoying good health. If you have any
throat, chest or lung trouble try it. We
guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle
free at Stillman'e drug store. 5
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Cartoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Inuits
amd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It in a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups and Castor. OU.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms audalla;
lewerishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cares Diarrhoea 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 Panaceathe Mother's Friend.'
"Cat is la la aa excellent medidno for catl
draB. Votheraaave repeatedly told me of iu
good affect upoa their children."
Da. Q. C. Osgood,
Caatoria la the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day Is tot
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Utsreat of their children, and use Ca3toria i a
' stead of the vartosjaquack nostrums which are
wastroyUat their loved oea teg im st opium.
VnaflSawaT'netUaa; ayrup and other hurtful
aaaawa daw thatr taroata, thereby acadiag
i la fxasaatan craves."
1IB. a. BjjiBUaCHBMME,
henry mm-1 GO,
'-"- KEEP CONSTANTLY ON
Staple and Faicj Groceries,
ALSO AS FINE AN
As Can btjounil in This Section of Nebraska.
EyThe very liighest market price paid in trade for country produce.,
the present, in the Gluck blook, corner of Eleventh and North Streets,
II . HEKIY . IHTEE . OCEAN
The Host Popular Family Newspaper in tbe West,
IT IS THE BEST NEWSPAPER-FOR
THE HOME .-. .-. Z
THE WORKSHOP, or
THE BUSINESS OFFICE. "
fok THE PROFESSIONAL MAN,
THE WORKENGMAN. or
IT IS A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER, and as suca la ablv conductad,
aumberlncj among Its writers the ablest In the country.
It publishes ALL THE NEWS, and keepa lta readers perfectly posted or.
tmpoxtant events all over tne 'world.
Its LITfiEARY FEATURES ara equal to tnose of tho bast rnfialn2.
Amona lta contributors are W. D HO WELLS, I'R AUK R STOCKTOw.Mitb.
FRANCES HODOSON BURNETT. MARK TWAIN. BRET HARTK, MAU
RICE THOMPSON, A W. TOUROEE ROBERTLOUIS STEVENoOW.HUL'.
YARD KIPLING, SHIRLEY DARE. MARY HARTWELL CATHEHWOOD,
JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS, and many others or OOUND LITERARY
FAME. It will thus be seoa that THE INTER OCEAN publishes
THE BEST STORIES AND SKETCHES IN THE LANGUAGE.
Its FOREIGN and DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE 13 very oztanslvo
and the best.
The Youth's Department, Cariosity Shop, Woman's Kingdom I- Th
Are Better than a Maaazlne for the Family
One of tho Moat Important Features Is the Departmont of
FARM AND FARMERS,
Edited by EX -GOV W.D. HOARD of
-nodiu-a Dairyman, xnis is a now
Haa also been opened for the special purpose of dlscusalno tho cm.
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Is One Dollar per
THE .. SEMI-WEEKLY
Is published o vory Monday and Thursday
The DAILY INTER OCEAN is $6.00
The SUNDAY INTER OCEAN is 2.00 pSacepXid
Libarnl Terms to ActivoAsonts. Bond for Saaiplo Copy.
Address THE INTER OCEAN, Chicapo
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This remedy is beeu.iiinj; bo well k:iovu i
mil so iopu!.r ..J to need no kjh.v:;i!
n. ution. All .vho have- Ubcd .Electric
Bitti.- sinr the biime tony of pniiso.
A pure: medicine doed not cxfct and it
isguaran.. 'I lo do aii that is claimed.
Electric .L"Mci j will euro all dibonr.es of
the Liver :.. T Kidneyu, will remove a!!
Winnies. Uoilb. ' iiiieum and otlir
affections caused by impure blood Will
drive malaria from the system and pre
vent as well as cure all malarial fevers.
For care of headache, constipation and
indigestion try Electric Bitters-Entire
satisfaction guaranteed, or money re
funded. Price 50c and S1.00 per bottle
at Stillman's drug store.
Bab j cried,
Doctor pmcribad : Castoria !
FARM FOR SALE !
Partiaa iatereatod are bare by atlviaetl to send
ia propoaala at oace for tha parehaae or
. N. W. U.'SEC. 1. T. 19 N., of It. 3 WEST.
aa I hava a caatomer who deairva to close con
tract iauaadiataly. For particulars address, ar
call oa au at Columbus, Nebr.
" Castoria is so well adapted to childraa.tkat
I recommend it aa superior toanypreacripBtoai ..
known to me." -
H. A. AacHEA, M. D., .
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. .
" Our physicians in the children's depart-'
uient have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although vd only have among 'our
medical supplies what is known aa reguUr.'
products, yet weaVe free to confess that tha
merita of Castoria haa won us to look with
favor upon it."
TJarsKD Hoarrrax. axo DisPDiaaBT.
Allen C. SmrH,fVe.,
Mmrray Strajet, X.v Y OHy.
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Office over pot office. Sixfialist in chronic
uiwavs. I'ntvful attention K'ca to general
practice. ta5nov3ui .
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The Finest iu The City.
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E. T. ALLEN, Iff. D.,
Eye-and - Ear - Surgeon,
Secretary Nebraska Statu Board
rUiioJt Block, OUCAIIA. ITaCa
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