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Columbus K onrnal.
Entered at tks rest elw, Colambus, Neb., as
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being in type, we each wkpHnt. tber on the
wrapper or on the margin of yoar JotmNAfc. the
dal to which your snbscnpUoa iBpmd or ac
counted for. Bemittances Ata ,e
either by money-order, registered letter or dratt.
A31 cosaHmnicatione, to eecore attention. mnBt
beeccompaniedby the full name of the wnU?r.
W wservethe right to reject any xnanuscnpt
and cannot agree to return the -?Z-,
a oorrcepondent in every echool-district o.
Platte county, one of irood judgment, and re
liable in" Tery way. Writ plainly, each iten
aeparatoly. GiTena facta.
WEDNESDAY. MAKCJI 2. 1692.
The independent national convention
will be held at Omaha in July.
Gold Hill, Wyo., the new mining
town, is having an old time miningboom.
The find has proved as rich as was at
A fbeak of natnro in the shape of a
hairless calf with the face of n bulldog
is being exhibited in Iowa towns. It is
a product of Dakota.
Civil engineers report that Lake Nica
ragua is full of man-eating sharks. It
is a mystery where they came from, as
the lake is midway between the two
Tocum, the slayer of Vanlleet at Hast
ings, has employed some of the best
legal talent in the country to defend
. him. He will try to establish a defence
of justifiable homicide.
. Pebhafs after another shameful affair
like the Hastings tragedy, steps may bo
taken to suppress the publication of
Vanity Fair, the foulest rag that ever
disgraced Nebraska journalism.
A statistician has figured that 39,
560,000 people in the United States are
foreigners or of foreign descent. That
leaves the Indians with nearly half the
population of the country. Sioux City
Dr. Talmage's great Brooklyn tabor
. nacle is to be sold by the sheriff, to
Batisfy a mechanics lien of $52,000, duo
for labor in building the structure.
There is also a mortgage of $400,000 on
About twelve or fifteen girls were
caught by the falling of an immense
. brick smokestack of the largo flannel
mills in Westriding, England. Several
were instantly killed and many others
San Diego and Los Augeles, Cah,
were visited by an earthquake the 23d
ult Buildings swayed to an alarming
extent and the vibration was accompan
ied by a loud rumbling noise. It was
only of about one minute duration.
Achain shot was dug up the other day
in .a street in Seattle, Wash. It is sup
posed to bo one of the missiles thrown
from the guns of the United States sloop
.Decatur, at the time of the Indian en
gagement that occurred there in De
In the southwestern islands of Japan
the women are the laborers. Their
hands are rough and tanned with heavy
work, while the men's are delicate and
white. The men play the samisen while
the women dance, but it is considered a
disgrace for the women to play.
Mbs. James G. Blaine, jr., has se
cured her divorce. When asked by a
reporter at Deadwood what she inten
ded to do, sho would not say, but she
emphatically denied the report of her
intended marriage with Dr. Bull of New
York, and also stated that she would
not again go upon the stage.
The jury in the case of M. B. Curtis,
the actor, who has been on trial at San
Francisco, were discharged Thursday by
Judge Troutt, after it was found they
would bo unable to agree. They stood
ten for conviction and two for acquittal.
The case will necessarily have to be tried
again, and will bo called March 3d.
It now transpires that Vanfleet who
was killed by Yocum, at Hastings last
week, was suspected of being the re
porter to Vanity Fair, a filthy rag pub
lished at Lincoln, and that this led to
the tragedy. The vile sheet should be
suppressed, anyway. It is of no use to
Nebraska, and is a disgrace to the news
Last year the Parisians ato 21,291
horses, 229 donkeys and forty mules,
and many of them protest that thoy like
this sort of flesh better than any other.
Before snowjlies next fall the demo
cratic opponents of Dave Hill will have
eaten 1,500,000 crows," 41,141 bnzzards
and an unknown quantity of baled hay
and won't even pretend that they like it,
either. St Paul Pioneer Press.
. The Salt and Gila valleys in Arizona
are intersected by a network of prehis
' toric canals, which antedate at least the
arrival of Coronado in 1552, as he men
tions this among other traditions of the
Indians. Modern' engineers cannot im
prove upon the lines of these canals nor
upon the points where they intersect
the rivers. This country is full of pre
: historic ruins, and geologists or scientists
have no occasion to visit other countries
in search of subjects. i
A sdicidk the other day left a note,
saying, -Whisky did it" He stated no
new or startling fact, but all the same,
it was told tersely and forcibly. The
jail, the penitentiary, the suicide, and
the scaffold-all give the same answer,
What a fool an intelligent man is who
tampers with such an agent of evil!
Dombtfe. the devil would continue to
7L-. .1 the old stand if whiSv
annihilated, it is certain he
would be deprived of -his chief recruit
and would be comparatively
Hxmnr Abhbtboiki, aged 60, an old
' atUsr- of Junto. Tenn.. who died - a few
0ay ago, proved to bewomaju Ac- J
cording to an old diary found among
her possessions her name was Myrs
Lawrence. Jhst before the wax she waa
deseited by her lover, who afterwards
entered the confederate army. Then she
donned male attire and enlisted in the
same regiment to be near him. He
finally died in her arms from a bullet
wound. Betaining her masculine attire,
Myra Lawrence then. began a new life
as a man and kept her 'secret until the
Richard ScxDiLxa young Swedish
sculptor, has made a great invention it
is supposed. He has for some time ex
perimented with plaster of paris to pre
pare it for use as a building material.
He means to use large chunks of plaster
of paris instead of brick or stone, and
has without doubt solved the' problem
by making the plaster of paris as hard
and durable as stone and causing a
house constructed of this material to
look as though it were a palace of mar
ble. A house built of plaster of paris
has the advantage of being cool in sum
mer time and warm during the winter.
The council between the Rosebud and
Fine Ridge Indians amicably settled the
disputed boundary line last Wednesday.
One of the prominent chiefs present
said to one of the commissioners, in
speaking of another subject: "We do
not want our children sent to schools in
the east It does them more harm than
good. The schools at the agencies are
all right and they learn more. When
we send them east and they come back
instead of being smart they are foolish.
We don't want our Indians to go with
Buffalo Bill's shows. Tell the great
father that this is our wishes. All the
Indians that have been with this show
have returned dissatisfied, and some of
them diseased. We ask you commis
sioners to help us in this matter, so that
our Indians will not go with shows."
World's Fair Notes.
The National Association of Woolen
Manufacturers has decided to make a
united exhibit at the Fair.
A practical, working business college
which is purely an American institution,
will bo one of the exhibits at the Fair.
The Grand Rapids, Mich., furniture
manufacturers will mako a united ex
hibit and want half an acre of space, in
which to display it
The French steamship line, Havre to
New York, has agreed to return free all
exhibits which it brings to the Exposi
tion at regular tariff rates.
The Blue Grass League of Iowa, em
bracing the southwestern counties of the
state, has decided to construct a "Blue
Grass Palace" at the Exposition. ,
A cablegram states that the French
government is about to ask the chamber
of deputies for an appropriation of 3,
500,000 francs ($700,000) for the French
exhibit rt Chicago.
The fine geological collection made by
the late Prof. Worthen, State Geologist
of Illinois, will form part of the Illinois
exhibit at the Exposition. The State
World's Fair Board has purchased it for
A bill appropriating $300,000 for the
state representation at the Exposition is
now pending in the Iowa legislature. A
preliminary appropriation of $50,000 was
made at the last session. A bill for
$300,000 is also pending in the New York
Tho United States Potters' Associa
tion has applied for 32,000 square feet in
the Manufacturers building, and announ
ces its intention of making an exhibit
that will not be surpassed by any show
ing made by the famed potteries of Eu
rope. A project has been inaugurated to
have an international rifle shoot at Chi
cago at some time while the Exposition
is in progress. It is proposed that
picked teams from the U. S. Army and
national guard compete with teams
from other nations.
The paper bag factory at Beatrice was
destroyed by fire.
Three spans of the Platte river bridge
at Fremont were swept away by ice
Some wretch entered the school house
at Decatur and stole all the reeds from
The roads in McPherson county are
pronounced to be in worse shape than
ever before known.
A gray wolf, measuring six feet, two
inches from tip to tip, was shot near
Bayard by Henry Young.
J. D. Smith, formerly editor of the
Dixon County Courier, died recently at
Sanford, Fla., of consumption.
A horse thief named Cnrran was sen
tenced to two years in the penitentiary
recently by Judge Kinkaid at O'Neill.
Niobrara has quarantined all cases of
diphtheria, the large number of deaths
from this disease making it necessary
to do so.
Mike Childs, a young married man of
Louisville, was drowned in the Platte
while hunting geese. The body was not
The old settlers of Franklin county
held a reunion at Bloomington and per
fected arrangements for organizing a
A farmer named Ellenmeyer of Bel
mont precinct, Otoe county, lost a team
and wagon as the result of the horses
being scared by a train and backing off
On Tuesday a corpse was found float
ing in the river near Nebraska City, and
later it was identified as that of Edward
Mich, a cooper who had been miiny
since January 5.
' A. seventeen-year-old lad at David City
was caught in the act of stealing letters
from the boxes in the post office. He
had been suspicioned for some time and
was caught with decoy letters.
WhUe stirring up the fire under a
steam boUer at the Hotel Coronado, at
Friend, Thursday morning, the gas aris-
ing from the smouldering fire exploded
th ,,& force as to burn Francis
j face md y m a fitful
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maiiuuuu jwuiiea wove
mouth and piercing' the fleshy part of
the little fellow's cheek, coming out
near the cheek bone. The child pulled
the poker out before his mother reached
The senate committee dh" public" build
ings and grounds at Weshingtoh have
reported favorably the Paddock . bill
providing for a public1 building at Grand
Island," to cost, with the site feO.OOO-.
There is no doubt the bill will pass the
Mrs. Baxter of Crete was awarded
$&V350 as damages for the loss of her
husband, Ed. Baxter, who was a brake
man and who was killed on the Missou
ri Pacific, over a year ago. The 'com
pany will appeal the case to the supreme
W. J. Chapman, the brakeman who
lost his arm last July while doing
switching in the gravel pit at Atkinson,
has been paid $200 by the railroad
company, and the company also has
agreed to give him a situation as station
agent, bearing all his expenses while he
is learning the routine work.
While A. Tankie was attempting to
pry up one of the piles used on tho new
Missouri Pacific bridge over the Platte
at Plattsmouth he, slipped, and lotting
go the iron bar with which he was pry
ing, caused the bar to fly up, striking
him on the back of his head and knock
ing turn about twenty feet in the air.
He alighted on his hoad, causing frac
ture of the skull and severe concussion
of the brain.
Rev. Samuel Lewis, near Ashland, is
about to become-in possession of an
enormous sum of money. Several years
ago he and his brothors in Pennsylvania
invented a device for making steel rails.
This was used and improved by all tbe
manufacturers in the country, during
the prevalency of the patent They
have retained the best legal talent in
the country, and the long drawn trial is
about to close and the Lewis's will re
cover about $9,000,000 as royalty from
the manufacturers who have infringed
From onr regular correspondent.
Playing the role of the "artful dodger"
is nothing new to democratic leaders,
and whatever may be the end of tho
farce-comedy in which they are now on
gaged, the audience which includes the
entire country, will get lots of amuse
ment out of it The programme as ar
ranged by stage manager Crisp was to
have the committee on coinage and that
on ways and means have a pretended
struggle for tho right-of-way in the
house for their bills free coinage and
the tariff which was to be kept up long
enough to make it certain that the free
coinage bill would be thrown over to
the next session, thus allowing the dem
ocrats to ask the votes of the free coin
age men because of their intention to
pass the bill, and the votes of the anti
silver men because of their intention to
The first act went according to pro
gramme, but after the curtain fell it was
discovered that actor Bland proposed
making the struggle real and insisting
upon the passage of his free coinage bill,
and to the consternation of the stage
manager and his assistants it was found
that he had a majority of the democrats
of the house with him, in black and
white. Then Mr. Catchings was sent
away, so as to prevent the committee on
rules holding a meeting, and as soon as
he returned Speaker Crisp went to
Fortress Monroe, where he now is and
where the opponents of free silver wish
to keep him until Bland and his follow
ers can be persuaded to carry out the
Mr. Bland is obstreperous. He says:
"We do not intend that a minority shall
run over a majority in that way, and we
have a majority in favor of tho silver
bill. The silver bill will not bo kept
down by the tariff bills, and if any such
attempt is made we will talk silver on
every bill that comes before the house,
and offer the silver bill as an amendment
to every bill taken up. They can't pad
lock a man's mouth or prevent bringing
up the question of free silver, and if
they try it they will make silver the
biggest issue of all." The "they" con
stantly referred to by Mr. Bland are the
ninety anti-silver democrats, who want
silver to go over in the interest of Cleve
land's candidacy. The anti-silver dem
ocrats, having secured more than the
requisite number of signatures to a call
for a caucus have requested Mr. Holman
to issue the call and he has promised to
do so this week, but that will not help
tbe matter any more than the caucus
held by the silver men several weeks
ago, as neither side will be bound by a
caucus, at least that is what they say. .
It is annouced that the ways and
means committee will call up the three
free trade bills on tbe first of March,
but it is not probablo that they will do
so unless some sort of an agreement is
made with tbe silver men. Congress is
to meet again tomorrow, but as the
Chicago excursionists will not return
until Wednesday, there will be no quo
rum until then.
The president has been compelled to
cancel a number of engagements made
for this week on account of a severe cold
from which he is suffering. He is anx
ious to get away to some quiet place for
three or four days rest, but there are so
many important matters requiring his
attention that it is not certain that he
can do so just now, unless his physician
positively orders him to do it
The bill passed by the senate extend
ing the present lawa against Chinese
immigration for ten years from next
May, also contains a provision to enable
the treasury department to get around
the recent judicial decisions concerning
the country from which the Chinese
immigrants come, and to return them to
China, instead of to the last country
fromwhich they came, as it has recently
been ajsmnilled to do under the afore
said decisions. The bill also provides
severe penalties for the return of Chins?
men once sent out of the United Status.
Whatever may have been the pros
pects of Utah for getting into the Union,
at the beginning of this session of con
gress, it is not now regarded as having
any at alL Three delegations, each
pulling in a different direction, are
largely, if not wholly responsible for
The senate and house committee on
immigration have begun the holding of
joint sessions for the hearing of state
ments relating to immigration. There
seems so far to be about as many opin
ions on the subject as there -have been
speakers before the committee.
Secretary Foster sailed Monday for a
trip to Europe. He goes merely for the
iv;af, wu wui laumuMa; main.
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Bspreasntativsa Ealoa and Cooper I
haVe redtiSstod ttiit the committee' post
pone its investigation of the pension
office; io allow theth time to collect evi
dence; That's queer, as they have been
claiming all along to have plenty of ev
John Powers has sold bis farm con
sisting of 80 acres, to Walter Butler at
$31.00 per acre. Mr. Powers has pur
chased three eighties of Pat Murray,
the place recently occupied by Mr.
Frost, in the west side of the township.
Some of the children of the family of
Fred. Blasser are afflicted 'with the
We are sorry to say that the time in
Nebraska has arrived when it is neces
sary for the farmers to lock their
granaries snd corn cribs. Several have
The latest word from J. H. Reed, who
was called from California to the bed
side of his mother in Ohio, is that she
was unconscious and slowly sinking.
Carl Rohde took possession of his
farm the first of March. He will not
reside there himself, but has hired a man
with a family to run it
The Platte farmer's club held at A.
W. Clark's Friday afternoon was well
attended. Topics of great interest to
tbe members were discussed and tbe
luncheon served by the hostess was
delicious. Their next meeting will be
held at A. C. Pickett's, the last Friday
in March. ,
Mr. Sheldon has leased his section to
three young fellows from Saunders
county. One of thorn has a family.
We did not learn where Mr. Pittman
intends going. Cyclop&-
con, WaHHinstou and the Northwest Pa
ri fir Cttftst.
TLeNconstanl demand of the traveling
public to the far West for a comfortable
and I at the same time an economical
mode of travoling, has led to the estab
lishment of what is known as Pullman
These cars are built on tho same gen
eral plan as. the regular first-class Pull
man Sleeper, the only difference being
is that they are not upholstered.
They are furnished complete with
good comfortable hair mattresses, warm
blankets, snow white linen, curtains,
plonty of towels, combs, brushes, etc.,
which secure to the occupant of a berth
as much privacy as is to be had in first
class sleepers. There are also separate
toilet rooms for ladies and gentlemen,
and smoking is absolutely prohibited.
For full information send for Pullman
Colonist Sleeper Leaflet E. L. Lotnax,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
38marl J. R. Meagher,
Agent Union Pacific System.
A Safe Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase price. On
this safe plan you can buy from our ad
vertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption. It is
guaranteed to bring relief in every case,
when used for any affection of the
throat, lungs or chest, such as consump
tion, inflammation of the lungs, bron
chitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup,
etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable
to tasto, perfectly safe, and can always
be depended upon.
Trial bottle free at Still man's drug
Important dubbin- AnnonnceaeBt.
We are pleased to announce to our
readers that we have made arrangements
with the publishers of the Nebraska
Farmer, the leading live stock and farm
journal of the west, by which we can
offer it one year with The Columbus
Journal and tho Nobraska Family Jour
nal, all for $2.80, but very little more
than the price of one publication. This
offer is good for renewals or new sub
scribers. Let every one who desires to
take advantage of this liberal offer do so
at once. .Address,
M. K. Turner & Co.,
KerOMwradH fcr thb Qates.
This is what all English people 6ay
about whatever they have to sell. In
America, however, it's "tbe verdict of
the people" that Haller'a Barb Wire
Liniment is the most successful remedy
for cuts, bruises and sores ever intro
duced. For sale by Win. Kearville. 8
CharlM Stewart Parncll.
The death of this noted and brilliant
Irish man was caused by the neglect of a
simple cold. Had ho used Haller'a Sqre
Cure Cough Syrup his life might have
been spared many years. For sale by
Doctor prescribed: Caetoriat
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blenv
ishes from horses, Blooil Spavin, Curbs?
Splints, Ring Bone, Sweeney, Stifles,
gprains, Sore and Swollen Throat,
Coughs, etc Savo $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by C
B. Stillmon. druggist. 26novlyr
Children Cry for
9Osrqaotationsof the markets areobtatnai
XBeaday afternoon, and are correct and reliable
at the time.
Fat aheap ,
p at my premises sboai foar miles east
haTS SSSBll hr wmn linnniiiMli n.
A vathes can give his young son no
better present than a year's reading to
the Scientific American. Its" contents
will lead the young mind in the-path of
thought, and if he treads there a while,
he'll forget frivolities and be of some ac
count, and if he has an inventive or me
chanical turn of mind, this paper will
afford him more entertainment, as well
as useful information, than he can ob
tain elsewhere.. Copies of this paper
may be seen at this office and subscrip
tions received. Price, $3 a year, weekly.
NOTICE OF iALE.
of the estate oft Peter J. Lawrence,
br siren that
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a good dwelling house
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Peter J. Lawrence,
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This taedJolneiiftB direct woilan pon IM
lerve centers, almying all Irritabilities and
ncreaeing the flow and power of nerre fluid.
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and Is sow prepared under his dizaottea ay she
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, lit.
Sold by Draasjsta at 91 par Bottle. flat
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IWirlTisss, Hanasa, DrowaUMSK. XMattaaa aftat
anagTialnla the Side, AeTwaUe tksfersMSl
SsaOache. yat Oartar's Iitfla Lrrcr MM an
equaUyvalosbfe in Constipation. CTtrJafasdafe
venting this annoying compbUntwhlla they ala
Brer and stgalatotholiowrts SfasJCttSfealy
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sauar from this dlilLenlngonmyililnt; bat fiats
Bataly thsir goo Jcest does notendhsra.aad tanas
who obos try them win and these little pills tahs.
able tn so many ways that tkay will aot be wfl.
tagtodowUboatttMsa. Bat aflsr ill sjss head.
fa the base of aomaay ttraa that sen Is whets
Ctaers do not.
Caster's Little Iirar Pmsaw vary anal! aa4
vary assy to take. OnaevtwefOlaBaakaadoaa.
They are strictly Tsgatabla and do aot grtoe oe
pniB,butby their gentle aettoa please sU waa
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CARTER MEDtOMII CO., New York;
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We have just opened a new mill on H street.
oppo8itechroederB' -flouring mill and are pre
pared fb do ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK,
STEEL AND IRON ROOFING AND
tyAH orders promptly attended to.
jullm Columbus, Nebraska.
HERMAN OEHLBIGH & BBO.
Offer all kinds of
Field Seeds at VERY
LOW PJtf CES.
Call and seethem.
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Miss Hannah Clang visited her pa
rents over Sunday. 8he is staying in
Genoa. n. .
Miss Ella Birdeil! spent several days
last week with Misses Carrie and Martha
Mr. J. M. Pearoe is still sick and una
ble to do any work.
Mr. Adams is sick, in' fact there are
but very few families who have apt oca
or more sick ones in them and MKEd
ward's family is amongst them. All his
children having been siok and bja wife
After weeks of suffering, Mrs. Bonda
Peterson died Thursday morning and
was buried in Union cemetery on Friday
afternoon. Rev. W. D. FJwell, pastor of
the Baptist church of which she waa a
member, conducting the services. Mrs.
Peterson was a christian and during
ing hours of consciousness expressed an
earnest desire to depart which, to her,
was far better. She suffered intensely
at times. She leaves a husband and five
little children. A very large company
of friends and neighbors gathered at the
ohurch to express their respect and sym
pathy. She was a. kind neighbor and
friend and we shall miss her in the com
We want every mother to know that
croup can be prevented. True croup
never appears without a warning. The
first symptom is hoarseness; then the
child appears to have taken a cold or a
cold may have accompanied the hoarse
ness from the start. After that a pe
culiar rough cough is developed, which
is followed by the croup. The time to
act is when the child first becomes
hoarse; a few doses of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will prevent the attack.
Even after a rough cough has appeared
the disease msy be prevented by using
this remedy as directed. It hss never
been known to fail. 25 cent, 50 cent
and SI bottles for sale by C. E. Pollock
k Co. and Dr. Heintz, druggists, tf
We desire to ssy to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's
Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and
have never handled remedies that sell
so woll, or that have given such uni
versal satisfaction. We-do not hesitate
to guaranteo them every time, and we
stand ready to refund the purchase
price, if satisfactory results do not fol
low their use. These remedies have
won their great popularity purely on
their merits. Stillman's drug store.
Baeklea'a Aralca Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by C B. Stillman.
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Miaiac Prs-smptioa sad Homistisi Cases.
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HKIBB. Widows. atiaorCkildrea,
Mothers. TsUMrs. sad Mlaor
BrotiMcssad Sisters aaUUed.
INCKKASE. Paasiosi Iwa an
liberal than formerly, sad away sre eatitled ta
better rates, apply at oaes ror List sffqsss
Uoas to detstmSs right to hiaaer rslss.
Claimsats to secure the serneaa of atstamrssa
mast become, ss a ooaditioa srirndaat. sasa
sabeeriber to The Weekly Bee. Those who are
sow sabseribera caa bsnia memhere of tha
Bares by seuuac.ia a saw sahssriber. This
wiU eatitle the asw sabeeriber as well as tas old
In m. aiaaahevann.
Ws have tha semes of orer two haadred tasas-
s sarnvmu amawaaai stama laaiEa
Ws eaaraa ma fas, ealy ia tas avast f
CeMterlft is Dr. 8amel Pitcher's preacrifrtiosi far Imfkmta
am OkilslraBu.It oeatsia neither Opiaat, Mrie
4fcf Katfctic rabataaee. It is a harmless) sabatitata
far Paragarle, Drops, Soothing Syrusw, aaa Caatar OIL
It la Plfiaiaat Its ataraatee is thirty years' ase by
HUUoa of Mothers. Gastoria destroys Worms and allays
feTerishaeas. Castorla prevents voaiitiaa; Soar Cart,
Diarrhoea, aad Wiad Colic Castorla relievos
asaawia assimilates tho
aowels. aivlasr. healthy aad aataral sleep.
Is the Childraa's Paaacoa the Mother's Fries
ia aa axcaHeat medleese f or ehH-
Mothem have repeatedly told me of Ka
Da. O. C. Oaaooav
Castorla to tha beet teanedy for children of
laaacoaaastad. I hope the day not
bcb mothers will coaabler the real
of their chSdrea, aad use Castoria la-
by forcing; opium.
and other hartful
down their throats, thereby
HENRY RAGATZ 6 CO.,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL LINE OP
Staple and Fancy Growries.
ALSO AS FINE AN ASSORTMENT OF
As Can be Found in This Section of Nebraska.
ETThe very highest market price paid in trade for country produce
the present, in the Gluck block, corner of Eleventh and North Streets,
TBE . WEEKLY
Tbe lost Popilir Finilj Nenpiper io tbe West
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Oaa of the Moat Important Features ts the Department of
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la 0e Dollar per Year, postage paid.
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Address THE INTER OCEAN, Chicapo.
Clrinffo. Ifitwankm & St. Paul
Ylvlai f fisa nnlv liriA mnninr? cnlirl voaf- !
mj fWASIW WH1J Br t vwv
ibuleilTdleotric lighted ana steam heated
trains! between the Missouri river and
Chicago, consisting of new palace sleep
ing cars, elegant free reclining chair
cars, luxurious coaches and the finest
dining cars in the world. The "berth
reading lamp in its palace sleeping cars
is patented and cannot be used by any
other railway company. It is the great
improvement of the age. Try it and be
convinced. Close connection in union
depot st Oatahs with all trains to and
from the west. For further particulars
apply to yoar ticket agent, or
F. A. Nash, Geo'l Agt.
W. 8. Ho'wbxl,
Traveling Fr't. and Pass. Agt,
aOjtatf 1601 Farnam St, Omaha, Nab.
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a laaae back, bind on over the
ssst of pain s piece of flannel dampened
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. You
will be surprised st the prompt relief it
affords. SO cent bottlss for sale by C.
E. Pollock k Co. snd Dr. Heintz, drug
asl have a rastifmsrwho
I are sanby advised ah sead
ta paroaase off.
I, of B. S WEBhv
desamVto close coaV
uucslsat address, er
coastipatioa aad flataleaey.-
food, recalates tha
Castoriato so well adapted toe
known to me."
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
' Our nhjiarisae la tho children's de
hare apokeei highly of their eaparv
ence ia their outside practice with Caatoria,
aad although we only hare among our
medkal supplies what la known as regular
products, yet wear free to confess that tha
merits of Caatoria baa won as to look with
favor opon It."
UarrsD Hoshtax. aa DisraasAXT,
in the country.
keeps its readera perfectly posted on
eooal to thoce of the bast maaazlnan.
mom to tnoca or tn BMt mnnt
WEbLB. FRANK R BTOCKTON. MKS
aoir rssF .-. nn-r - . -- - -.
man ntriAs nf wnnwr r.TTPuar.
ETT. f?ATWF!Wrw if.
XXVXK KJUtm.2 PUDUSHsM
P - W - r"2TT.VT -X. X " AjnA i
Avsktus uuu uaponani onetoAgrl
Ofiice over post office. Specialist in chronic
uiseeHce. Careful attention jeivon to traneral
F. G. WINDISH
aEsrinuiT in. LuircB conm.
OTSTKB8 AND OAlfE IN SEASON. DO- '
ME8TIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS.
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A- E. RTCATTTi
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The Fluent in The City.
fca-The only I,op on the Sooth Side. Colam-
E.T. AIXEK, M.DM
Eye-and -Ear- Surgeon,
Secretary Nsbraska 8tate Board
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