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WEDNESDAY. MAKCII 30, 1S92.
'Upf:' " : REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET.
J" 't" ".' 4- . Major,
' , . ': V-.. ' JOHN G. POLLOCK,
-wvx-'...- . " ' Clerk,
--" '..;? - " : ' - D.N.MINER.
;.:.- . Treasurer,
J-ri.;'- "..- ALONZO HAIGHT.
5 .':-''- .""V'"" Police Judge,
I .'- .'":.' " H. J. HUDSON.
K": ." --.... City Engineer,
; - ;--;-.'.-, A. G. ARNOLD.
t ''..'' " Members Board of Education,
j-. .--'. . M.WHETMOYER,
i --:- : ::-; . . w. a. McAllister
Kc'imMiraii IHhtrirt Coiiveution.
The republicans of the Third congres
sional district of Nebraska, will meet in
delegate convention at the opera lionse
in Norfolk, Madison county, Nobr. on
Thursday, April 21, 18D2, at 7:30 p. in.,
for the purpose of selecting two dele
gates and two alternates to represent
this congressional district at the Nation
al convention to be held at Minneapolis,
The basis of representation is one del
egate at largo for each county and one
for each 150 votes or major fraction there
of cast for George H. Hastings, candi
date for attorney general in 18i)0. and is
Nance .. .
Pierce .. .
Stanton . .
Knox r. Total JO
It is recommended by the committee
that no proxies be admitted to the con
vention, and that each county elect al
ternates. Delegates or alternates pres
ent will bo allowed to cast the full vote
of their respective counties.
W. E. Peebles,
Atlee Hart, ChairinaL
Secretary Pro Tem.
Dated Pender, Neb., March 1, 1892.
Congressman McKeioiiax of this
etate had his say on the Bland bill Wed
nesday. Sixteen anarchists were arrested at
Paris, believed to be tho authors of the
dynamite explosions of last week.
Grave apprehensions are felt for the
peace of Germany, owing principally to
Kaiser Wilhelm's sad physical condition.
The Springfield (O.,) Union offers the
following toast: "David Bennett Hill,
never in war, seldom in peace, and fre
quently in the pockets of his country
men." MuisnALL Field & Co. of Chicago
will soon begin tho erection of a mam
moth business 'house to be the equal of
any in the world, and to cost millions of
A course of instruction is being given
to the government physicians, and the
government has decided to uso the
Keoley treatment in twenty-eight of the
One day last week children set fire to
the barn of Jacob Kasselder five miles
northeast of Cedar Rapids and it was
consumed with two ponies, 500 bushels
of oats, a lot of corn and farming
Some Maryland citizens have peti
tioned congress to give them compensa
tion for slaves taken by tho general gov
ernment emancipated by a state con
vention at tho instance of the general
A successful tert has been made at
Peoria, 111., of the primary battery sys
tem as applied directly to tho running
of street cars. Tho inventor has per
fected plans for a large electric locomo
tive capauio oi running a passenger
Nebraska farms were nevor in more
demand than at present. Those who
did well last year are buying moro land
that they may extend their operations.
People from other states aro coming in
by the hundreds. Cedar Rapids Re
publican. The beet sugar convention at Denver
last Wednesday was a success. It is
said that the experiments mado in dif
ferent parts of Colorado tho past two
years prove that beets grown under ir
rigation run high in saccharine matter
and produce abundantly.
A few days ago Tom Reed defined a
statesman to be a successful politician
who is dead. In a day or two a Bos
ton man telegraphed him this terse
inquiry: "Why don't you die?" "Not
yet," replied Mr. Rsed, "Fame is the last
infirmity of noble minds."
The Ohio legislature recentlv passed 1
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a bill exempting from the provisions of
the Australian ballot law all the town
ship elections and all municipal or cor
poration elections, excepting those of
the cities. The action of the legislature
is regarded on all hands as a blunder, if
There is some rich and juicy reading
in the democratic papers of the state
concerning Governor Boyd, and espe
cially his aetion with reference to rail
road rates. The Grand Island Demo
crat is specially acrimonious, calling the
governor "a bull-headed fool," "an ego
tistical bumpkin," "a barnacle," et cetera.
Capt. A. D. Yocxm, under trial on a
charge of murder, for killing Myron Tan
Fleet of Hastings, was found guilty of
manslaughter by the jury, after being
out for twenty-one hours. As to the
case of Jeff Teemer for aiding and
abetting in the murder, it will not be
tried at the present term, and it is said
Vnat the case may be dismissed.
Br Ohio papers we notioe that prioee
of sheep are going up. Sales held this
spring show better prices than fdr many
years past In Harrison county one lot
of 500 head Bold at an average of $026,
the befit wethers bringing $7.05, three-year-old
ewes $7.00, two-year-old
wethers, $6.80, and ewe lambs $6.00. The
purchases, says the Cadiz Republican,
were all made by farmers and they evi
dently regard sheep as still good
On Wednesday last, after having had
under consideration for several weeks
the Caine bill to give local government
to Utah, the house committee on ter
ritories decided to report it favorably,
with an amendment striking out the
section relating to the sale of public
lands for school purposes, the com
mittee deeming it best to have a separate
measure covering this point. The bill
reported is one which several hearings
were given by the committee on ter
ritories of both houses. The vote on
the bill was a party one, the democrats
favoring and the republicans opposing it
The farewell banquet to U. S. Minis
ter Reid at Paris took place Thursday.
There were three hundred guests. In
his address, he said that the true reason
of his resignation was that he wished to
go home and get a rest. He paid a high
tribute to the French people, and in
conclusion said: "I drink to this beau
tiful Paris, the American's second home;
I drink to France, our old and tried
friend; to the republic, our sister, and to
tho French president, whom all the
world respects, and finally to the for
eign minister, my resolute antagonist in
many questions that have been settled
between our countries, but always my
At the Thirteenth anniversary of the
opening of the State Industrial School
at Kearney the other day, F. G. Keens
had the following to say of the man at
the head of the institution who, by the
way, was a former resident of this city:
"And the one man who more than any
one else has been the means of placing
the school among the great reformatory
institutions of the land is its superin
tendent. Prof. John T. Mallalieuj whose
mild yet firm management broad views
and varied learning have given him so
prominent a place among the leaders of
reformatory work throughout the land.
Long may the state retain his services
and this good work be perpetuated."
The supreme court of Wisconsin has
decided that the democratic apportion
ment made a year ago is void because
unconstitutional. It was fitting that
the supreme court Bhould decide
whethe. one political party had the
right i ractically to disfranchise half the
c.''''.ens of the state by an irregular ap
portionment The decision is lengthy,
and sots forth in very plain terms the
gross injustice of the "gerrymander"
law. It will be necessary now for the
governor to convene the legislature in
special session, to pass another appor
tionment law. The same legislature
will enact the new one, but doubtless
they will avoid the splitting up of
counties and shoe-stringing.
It is stated that congress to a man
will back President Harrison in his de
clared intention to exhaust every avail
able resource to maintain the rights
claimed by the country pending arbi
tration. The president's course has been
clearly that of an American, unbiased
by any considerations of partisan poli
tics, whatever. It is to be hoped that
war will not result from England's
wrong position in the matter. The
country can rest assured that whatever
may honorably be done to avoid a clash
of arms will be done by the president
but, on the other hand, England will not
be allowed to dictate terms to the Uni
ted States. President Harrison will
thus not only have the support of all
the congressmen, but that of every in
telligent citizen in the country.
From onr regular correspondent.
Secretary Foster was at his desk bright
and early this morning, hard at work
upon the business which had accumu
lated during his flying European trip.
He looks well, and he says he feels much
better than he did when he went away,
and there is no visible evidence of the
black eye he received by being thrown
against the side of tho cabin by a sud
den lurch of the vessel, on the home
ward voyage. When asked about the
new butch of stories which have been
started concerning the condition of the
treasury, ho smiled and said: "They are
simply repetitions of the stories which
have been periodically started by the
democrats for a year or two past The
treasury is all right; it is meeting and
will continue to meet every legitimate
demand upon it and will also continue
the policy of keeping the money of the
country in active circulation, where ev
erybody gets some benefit from it in
stead of allowing it to accumulate either
in the treasury or in favored deposito
ries." Tho president and his cabinet have
fully decided upon the policy of the
United States in Behring sea, and it is
probable that orders have already been
issued that will send a sufficient naval
force to the sealing waters to prevent
any wholesale poaching during the com
ing season. Lord Salisbury has net
answered the dispatch sent him two
weeks aco today, and there is good au
thority f r saying that the president is
now inu-tferent as to what that answer
' r wh! BhaU ta "nt .Great
Britain was given a reasonable time to
(jo-operate with us in preventing illegal
sealing, and her neglect to do so is her
Secretary Blaine continues to improve,
and, if he does not conclude to take a
short trip, will probably resume his du
ties during the present week. He is in
perfect accord with what the president
has done concerning Behring sea mat
ters. In spite of the complaints of the low
salaries paid our consuls abroad much
less in many instances than private
business houses pay their representa
tives at the same places the peanut
policy of the democrats in the house has
been applied to the diplomatic and con
sular appropriation bill and the salaries
of a large number of consuls reduced.
The committee also struck out entirely
the appropriation for the bureau of
American republic which has been of
great service to those having or desiring
to have business with the countries of
South and Central AmiHca.
Notwithstanding th stteinpt df Ben;
atof Hill to bulldoze the democrats of
the house election committee into en
dorsing the theft by Which Mr. Bock
well, of New York, holds the seat to
which Representative Noyes was honest
ly elected by the voters of the twenty
eighth district of that state, only one
democrat on that committee voted
against the report declaring Col. Noyes
entitled to the seat, which has been
made to the house.
At last one man has been found who
is not ashamed to be called a mugwump.
It is Representative Williams, of Massa
chusetts, the gentleman who has been
playing "me too" to young Sherman
Hoar all this session.
A number of clothing manufacturers
having given the sub-committee of the
house co-nmittee on manufactures a
most glowing description of the benefits
of the so-called "sweating system" of
labor, that committee will think it over
until the 20th inst, when it will go to
Boston for further information.
FroCAedlng-4 of th Uuartl or Sapervlaora.
Thursday a. m., March 17, 1892.
Motion by Supervisor North that fur
ther consideration of the matter be now
postponed until the next meeting of this
The county attorney verbally stated
to tho board that inasmuch as his asso
ciate counsel in the case of the county
vs. Stauffer the Hon. J. J. Sullivan,
had been elected to the office of district
judge, thereby disqualifying him from
acting; and suggested the propriety of
the county employing some attorney to
assist him in the case.
Motion by Supervisor North, that the
firm of Higgins & Garlow be employed
to assist the county in the presentation
of the case. Carried.
On motion, the county treasurer was
instructed to transfer to the consolida
ted county general fund all moneys on
hand not otherwise appropriated, and
properly belonging to said fund, and
file his report of same with the county
The committee appointed to investi
gate the progress of the work of the
experts, verbally reported that they
found the same satisfactory.
Supervisor North presented the fol
lowing: Resolved. Bv the board of snDervisors
I that the sheriff be and is hereby direct
ed to nave a row ot suade trees set out
around the court house block, outside of
the sidewalk, such trees to be elm, ash,
Cottonwood and soft maple, alternating
in rotation, and that the sheriff be also
authorized to dispose of the fence
around the court house ground, and
have the same removed, reporting to
this board at its next meeting the
amount received for same. Adopted.
Upon recommendation of the com
mittee on claims, the county treasurer
was instructed to cancel all taxes for the
year 1874, on lot 2, block 130, in the city
The petition of Andrew Anderson for
a "consent 'road" one rod in width, in
Joliet township, was rejected, as by ad
vice of county attorney no county road
can be legally located less than 66 feet
The petition of Thos. F. Howard and
others for a public road commencing at
the southeast corner of section 19-20-3
west and running thenoe due west on
the section line about 80 rods and
terminating at the intersection with the
"Mason road" was, upon motion, grant
ed as a "consent road" to bo known and
designated as the "Howard road," and
the county surveyor instructed to sur
vey and plat the same according to law
and file his report with the county clerk.
Upon recommendation of the com
mittee on finance, the suggestion of tho
county clerk that warrant No. 605 for
20.00 on the county general fund levy
for the year 1886, and warrant No. 65 for
$11.56 on surplus collected of county
general fund levy for the year 18S2 be
cancelled, was complied with, and, on
motion, so ordered by the board.
The following bills were now allowed:
Greiaen Bros., mdae for John Qnittley. .$ 9 80
St. Mary a hospital, care Wm. Hramley.
I. L. Albert, county attorney, salary
D. C. Kavanaugh, sheriff, anndry bills. .
A. J. Campbell, constable Feb. terra. D.C.
A. Strottman, deputy sheriff
O. V. PhilliDS. county clerk, onarter
salary 100 00
R. C. Boyd, work on court house til 00
G. W. Phillips, certf eta of appointment. 4 50
J. Rasmuseen, lamp per sheriff B SO
J. F. Dineen, aervicea aa supervisor 10 00
Chris Johnson, " " 12 00
Ed. Keuscher, " " 10 00
F. Bering, " " 14 60
Joseph Ottis. " " 22 60
W.J.Irwin, M " 18 00
Robert Price, " " 10 50
H. S. Elliott, " " 1150
D.A.Becher, " " 10 10
W.W. Pollard. " " 1120
Gerhard Aache, " " 1100
J. C. Byraea, " " tt 70
F. A. Burner, " " 7 50
Htate Journal Co.. mdae for county 95 S3
Featner Printing Co., " " 67 70
Lincoln News Co., " " 95 00
M. K. Turner A Co., " " 3 77
Friedhof & Co., carpet, etc., for county
aup't and aherin 27 13
J. H. Galley, mdae for county 11 S3
Ernst ASchwarz," " 10 S5
F.W. Herrick, furniture for county aup't.
O. F. Davis, mdae for county lSH 04
8. E. t Trans, legal pub. for county 8 20
E. D. Fitzpatrick, mdae " 1125
JobnGiain, " " 2 50
St. Mary's hospital, care Wm. Katz 9 00
Henry uaaa, coffins, etc., for H. C. and
Bradley Williams S3 50
A. Heintz, coroner, inquest J. Beckman. 12 30
J. F. Schure, coL del. tax 4 00
Aug Boettcher, mdae for county 3 90
Henry Lubker, 1375
L. li. Gray, repairs at court house 12 00
J. G. Pollock, meals for jurors 13 65
Henry Burke, witneaa Carrig t. county.. 5 00
J. W. Lynch, treasurer, cash advanced
county 226 20
M. M. fiothleitner, bounty aup't, aalary
to April 1 800 00
G. B. Speice, clerk D. C. sundry bills 178 43
J. G. Beeder. com'r of insanity
C. B. Stillman, M. D., same
Also sundry jurora and bailiffs bills
a K. Painter, acct 8t. Bernard tp
Nye & Schneider Co., same "
Foster & Smith, aameBismarktp
Geo.Sebaidel "It Creek" !.'":"."
H.C.Carrit' " "
Nye ft Schneider Co., same Woodville tp.
John Ernst, aanejfotler tp
J. O. Blodgett, " -
The board now selected sixty names
from which the panel of jurors for the
May term of the district court will be
The county treasurer presented a re
port of 950156 to the consolidated coun
ty general fund.
On motion of Supervisor North the
board now took s recess until Thursday,
March 31, 1892, at 2 o'clock, p. m.
A letter of thanks ana kind apprecia
tion was presented and rssal frsaTMrs.
J. P. Becker and childre, for the testi
monial passed by this board in honor of
their husband and father
Motion by Supervisor Byrnes, that
the bill of St. Mary's hospital for $121
for board of Erni at Franke from Oct. 11,
1890, to Not. 4, 1891, be allowed by this
board and a warrant issued for same on
the county general fund, levy fprthe
year 1891. Roll called for vote Ascbe,
Becher, Byrnes, Dineen, Keuscher,
North, 3ollard, Rickert and Mr. Chair
man voting yes 9; Uering, Burrows,
Elliott, Johnson, Olson, Ottis and Price
voting no 7. Motion declared carried. I
The following bills ware allowed on I
the comity general fund levy for the
.' year 1891 and the; clerk instructed to
issue warrants for same
E W North, expert.::::..:. ., $ 137 50
I Sibbernsen, same' 32 50
G W Phillips, preparing 1892
assessment books 200 00
Mrs Mary Hamer, care Charles
Hamer 27 00
C D Murphy, expert 23 00
Henry bass, walnut table for
G W Phillips, cash advanced
Same, recording official bonds...
St Mary's hospital, care Wm
Same, bill for January 52 00
Same, bill for February 56 00
D C Kavanaugh, sheriff, jailor's
fees 62 00
On motion the board now adjourned
until 9 o'clock a. m. tomorrow.
Board met at 9 o'clock a. m., pursu
ant to adjournment, Hon. W. J. Irwin,
chairman, G. VI. Phillips, clerk, and
fourteen members present. Supervisors
Hurner and Rickert having been excus
ed and Supervisors Dineen and Murphy,
On motion of Supervisor Bering the
county treasurer was instructed to re
ceive the taxes due on xe l-20-2w, leas
the interest and penalties that may have
Motion by Supervisor Byrnes that Thk
Columbus Telegram, Journal, Argu."
Printing company and Humphrey Demo
crat be given one-fourth legal rates for
printing delinquent tax notices and legal
road and bridge notices; also that the
Argus Printing company and Journal be
given each one-tenth legal rates for
publishing proceedings of the county
Supervisor North presented the follow
ing substitute for motion:
Resolved by the board of supervisors
that the Columbus Weekly Telegram
be, ami is hereby ilesignnted as the
official paper for the piii-M8 of putilish
g tin fotinty itv.isurrr'H ilfliiujurnt
list of t:txu for tlie ys'.nr ISM: commerc
ing the tirst week i i October as provided
Roll called for vote on substitute
motion Bering. Elliott, North and Ottis
voting yes 4; Asche. Berher. Burrows,
Byrnes, Dineen, Johnson, Keuscher,
Olson, Pollard. Price and Mr. Cliuirinan
voting no 11.
Substitute motion declared lost.
Supervisor Noith offered the follow
ing amendment :
That the clerk be instructed to notify
the several newspapers of the coutitv to
submit at the July meeting of this board
bids for publishing the delinquent tax
list, in accordance with the above
motion of Supervisot Byrnes, and that
the further consideration of this inattei
!e postHned to the July meeting.
Amendment accept-d by Siiervior
Byrnes and motion as amended. Car
Bacfcle n'a Araira Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhoum, 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.
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 ca6e to be consumption and
incurable. Ife was persuaded to try Dr.
King's New Discowiy for consumption,
coughs and colds and at that time was
not able to walk across the street without
resting. Ho found before he had used
half of a bottle, that ho 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's drug store. 5
Some foolish people allow a cough
to run until it gets beyond tho reach of
medicine. They often 6y, "Oh, it will
wear away, but in most c.ises it wears
them away. Could they bo induced to
try the successful medicine called
Kemp's Balsam, which is Hold on a posi
tive guaranteo to cure, they would im
mediately see tho excellent effect after
taking the first dose. Price 50c and $1.
Trial size free. At all druggists. 153-y
KrroMBttNilrtl by the Qatrea.
This is what all English people say
abont whatover they havo to sell. In
America, however, it's "the verdict of
the people" that Haller's Barb Wire
Liniment 5h the most successful remedy
for cuts, bruises and sores ever intro
duced. For sale by Wm. Kearville. 8
Doctor prescribed : Castoria !
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem
ishes from horses, Blood Spavin, Curbs,
gplints, Ring Bone, Sweeney, Stifles,
gprains, Sore and Swollen Throat,
Coughs, etc Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by C.
B. Stillman, druggist. 2Gnovlyr
Children Cry for
place for the
be atthe court
aid eleolion nm.
i atMt on the west and
ia bounded on
council ofaid city.
Local. AMDTaAVaxiiro. To represent onr well
kaowa honae. Yon need no capital to represent
a reliable firm that warrants nursery stock first
class and true to name. WoaKALLTHKYXAB.
S100 per month to the right man. Apply quick.
wfSf aoL- "& Cv iSraerymea;
ayTais aoaat to rwposrtbls. Staarip
notice is hereby givan thaSM
rariikm of readatration injfie
of theVint wardlf ty aity
Platte owantr, NmupE. Wul
IwtnM iti aairf immfil flam thA
cinct U boandai bavTjewii
aonin ana eaaw- y
That thejnSOt for revision of iWiatn
the eleetiosjpraolnct qflhe Secondlsard
dui wui at at wayam oiusiaei uiuck men
and thaWSaid preenat is Defended on thVeaat
Lawiamet, on thenreat by Vlatte etreejrand
the tM aorta and Sdnth by tlW conMSRe Ban
That the place cor revision oMw
the election precinct of ihe Ttaaravard
city will be at the office of rJeaaoih
thereuaand that said praMnct
the eascujy plane BtrecBam me north;
and weatvby tne corpojare umita oi eauLen
The dayaon whicMaidjeTisioHof recu
will be made are
FajdaV March 25Uj.
SaMrday, March 26th. A
By ores of the nuyor and
Chicago, Milwaukee k St. Paul
the only .lino running solid vest;
. electric lishted and steam heated
between the Missouri rivet arid.fi
, consisting of hew 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
j 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 at Omaha with all trains to and
from the west. For further particulars
apply to your ticket agent, or
F. A. Nash, Genfl. Agt.
W. S. Howeli.. '
Traveling Fr't. and Pass. Agt.,
20jantf 1501 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb.
If yon are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind 'on over the
seat of pain a pieco of flannel dampened
with Chamberlain's Pain' Balm. You
will lie surprised at the prompt relief it
affords. 50 cent bottlesffor sale by C.
E. Pollock & Co. and Dr. Heintz, drug
t ADJOURNED BALE.
Tn tin matter of the estate oftPeter J. Lawrence,
fir ti.'Xi 1-orM.y siTeivMlat in pursuance of an
on' ..: in. . MPOst, judge of the district
con:' .f i,u. ruroty, Nebviska, made on the
2lui .1 o f 'iiyrtubor, 1891, far the sale of the
real v -t.iti- htuufter descriMd, there will be
sold st xliyrtniH hou in the cif)L of Columbus,
Platte cafinty, Nebraska, on the
f 31.it ilujfiflf ATarcA,
nf one o'clock p. niat pubUe Tendke, to the
highest bidder Hubjeet to annortgagiK lien of
$4,200,the purchaser V,fvo secuntyV before
continuation tor the pavtnent oi the purchase
price upon said lien onor before the same mhall
becomo doe, the following deecribod real estate,
to wit: The, southeast quartar of the eouthwaft
quarter; the noruVwest quarter of the aouthwe
quarter, and tbXwest half of tha. west halt of the
northeast quarter of the southwest (garter of
section number twenty-eight (28rnsT lot num
ber two (2), in section number thiafy-three (33),
all iri'townehip number seventeen (U) north, of
range one (1) east, oMIio Sixthprinclbal merid
ian in Platte countyNNbraa4Ea, containing 110
ncres tiiorKor lttw. ThqclkJPl part of Ma land
is uuiier ciNiivnuuD, tuuLiim iniaun u eoua
is also a Xootl uweJIio
d weJlin S house
and other buildings thereou. Sjfd sala will
remain open one
January ISth. lb
Exi-cutrix of the est
o of Pete J. Lawrence,
In the circuit court of tho United States, for the
district of Nebraska.
Giles A. Davis and Henry A. Piorce, complain
ants, vs. Jeremiah N. Mitchell et ol defendants,
FOBECLOSURE OF MOBTOUIE.
Public notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance and by virtue of a decree entered in the
above cause on the 7th day of July, 1891, 1, D. H.
Mercer, Special Master in Chancery in said
court, will, on the 14th day of April, 1802, at the
hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at
the front door of the county court house in the
city of Columbus, Platte county, state and dis
trict of Nebraska, sell at auction the following
describe! property, to wit:
Tuo east half (lj) of section one (1); also, the
east half (W) of the southwest quarter (Jf) and
the ciiM half (') of tho east halt" (ii) of the
northwest quart or ('4) of said section one (1),
all in township seventeen (17) north of range
two (2) west of 6th P. M. in Platte county, Ne
braska. .- D. II. MERCER.
Siecial Master in Chancery.
W. H. Atwood,
Solicitor for Complainant. Vmar8t
In the district court of Platte county. Nebraska.
Matthew L. W. Stott, plaintiff, vs. Mary Stott,
To Mary Stott: You are hereby notified that on
the 23d day of February, lt92, Matthew L. W.
Stott filed a petition against yon in the district
court of Platte county, Nebraska, the object and
prayer of which are to obtain a divorce from yon
on tho ground that jou have wilfully abandoned
the plaintiff without good cause for a term of
two years last past.
You are required to answer said pot it ion on or
before Monday, tho 18th day of April. 1892.
M vtthew L. W. Stott.
By Hiooins .V Gablow and J. N. Pact hia
Plymouth : Rock
SIN6LE-G0MB, WHITE LEGHORN,
(Both thoroughbred,) epgs, for hatching, for
bale, at $1.50 for one setting of 15 eggs.
ET"Orders from a distance promptly filled.
ST. VITUS DANCE CURED
Sam Andrea-, Cau Co., Cal., Feb.,
ly boy. 13 yea w old, wta so affect
My boy, 13 years old, was so affected by It
it he could not c to school for 2 years.
th:t he could not go to school for 2
Two KttIe- of Pastor Koeulg'a Nerve Tonic
rfstcr.-d lin natural health and ho is now at
tei.dmg school again.
THE UCENEST EXPECTATION SCItPASSED.
M carnrssoRO, Jacehos Co., Ill , Nov. '68.
Ho wiit Kjv. K. ocnauerte of aboe place: I
uud beard of tli wonderful cures of IVf t-ir Koe
aig's Nerve Tonic while I was a student, uud dur
luuiy profettcioual callingl hail opportunity to
convince myself of the reliability of the Koiucdy,
and my koeuext expectations were surpassed cs
a girl U years of ngo 'as cured from the epilepsy
hi the use of six bottles of the Tunic
A Valuable. Book on Ne
Diseases sent free to any address.
and poor patients can also obtain
this medicine free of charge.
This remedy has been prepared by theBever
end Pastor Koenig. of Fort Wayne. Ind, since 1S7&
and la now prepared under his direction by the
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
Sold by Druggists at SI per Bottle. 6fbs
. targe Size, 91.75. 6 Bottles for M.
rack Headache and relieve all the teoahlas taaaV
dent to a bilious state of the systata,saak at
IMzdness, Kauaea, Drnaitnsss. Dlatraaa after
atlag. Pain la the Side, te. Walls thehraMSl
rsmamhlssnccesshas beaa shown la osalag .
Beaoaobs. yet Carter's Utile SJtnt tO tm
anfar from thU distressing compUlnt; batforhs.
aataly their goodness does notendhereadthoM
Vhoenee try them will find these little ptUsvals.
able In so many ways that they wlU not bo wil
Ungtodo without them. Bat after ill sir r haul
facta bane of so many lives that Karsiswfcsra
Ctheta do not.
CattefaUUla Liver Pills are very small aa4
vary easy to take. One or two pIUs make a doss.
They are strictly vegetable and do not grips or
poiRc. but by their gentle actios pleisesll who
aaethem. In rials at 25 cents; IveforfL aVaai
CARTER BMDtCflll CO., Naw Vwrk;
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.tarq4dtationof the markets areobUiaael
taaeiar afMraooa.and are correct aad raliabto
This remedy isbocomnii: ko well knon
and fo populai ;is to need no special
11. ntion. All uho have used Electric
Uittt.-s sin the s.me soig of praise.
A pure- medicjue docs not exist and it
uguaran.. 1 to do all that i.-t claimed,
tlleetric L"4tei3 will cure all diseases of
the Liver : " Kidneys, will remove all
Pimples, Boils, '-. liheum and othor
affections caused by impure blood Will
drive malaria from the system and pre
vent as well as cure all malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation and
indigestion try Electric Bitters Entire
satisfaction guaranteed, or money re
funded. Price 50c and $1.00 per bottle
at Stillman's drug store. 5
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 fow doses of Chamberlain's
Cough Bemedy will prevent the attack.
Even after a rough cough has appeared
the disease may be prevented by using
this remedy as directed. It has never
been known to fail. 25 cent, 50 cent
and SI bottles for sale by C. E. Pollock
& Co. and Dr. Heintz, druggists, tf
Charles Stewart Paraell.
The death of this noted and brilliant
Irishman was caused by the neglect of a
simple cold. Had he used Haller's Sure
Cure Cough Syrup his life might have
been spared many years. For sale by
Wm. Kearville. 8
WHY 18 THE
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE ciitfft.
IK BEST SHOE THE HU R THE MKfP
It Is a aeamlesa shoe, with no tacks or wax thread
to mart the feet; made of the beat One calf, stylish
aad easy, and beeaut tee state man aaocs of tku
trad than aay otJUr wuximfacturtr. It equals fcaad
awed ahoee costing from HM to SMtt.
4KIE Geaaiaellaadewed, taeSaeateatf
99a shoe erer offered for 3.00: equals naaca
aaported shoes which coat from aun to tliOO.
X4. Hand-Sewed Welt Hfcae, Sae calf.
P"" stylish, comfortable and durable. The best
hoe ever offered at this price ; same grade aa caa-tom-mada
ahoee costlna; from S.oo to auu.
C4 S Paliee Sheet Farmers. TRaJh-oed Mem
eamlfs. smooth inside, heary three solas, extea-
eoae. una nair will wear a Tear.
OS Sae ealfi no better shoe erer offered at
this price; one trial win convince those
at A 25 aad S2.w Warklaaaaaa'a
a saoe lor comrort ana service.
9wa are very strong and.durable. Those who
have given them a trial will wear no other make.
DamI 92.99 91.75 school shoes are
DUJO worn by the boys everywhere; theysall
oa their merits, aa the increasing sales snow.
I af isatt 3 Haadewed shoe, best
hall 168 Ooagola, very styllah: equalsrreaca
taBDorted shoes cosUogrrom U to scoil
Cdlea 4.5. 9'J.ew and 91.75 shoe for
Caatlea.-8ee that W. l. Doacias name aad
V-TAKK NO SUBSTITfJTKsct
laaw on local adverUsed dealers sapplvlaaT yo
W. 1m DOUG!!, BracAtsa.atMaCTaoMW
Wi. SHILZ, Oliu St., ColMivs.
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL AND NEW LINE
OF GROCERIES WELL SELECTED.
CANNED AND DRIED, OF ALL KINDS
GUARANTEED TO BE OF BEST
DRY GOODS !
A GOOD AND WELL SELECTED STOCK AL
WAYS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAP-
BOOTS & SHOES !
THAT DEFY COMPETITION.'
BUTTER AND EGGS
And all kinds of country produce taken in tra
and all goods delivered free of charge
to any part of the city.
KEEP ONLY THE BEST GRADES OF FLOUK
L. C. VOSS, M. D.f
Office over post office. Specialist in chronic
diseases. Carefnl attenUon gives to general
F. G. WINDISH,
usiiiiun in unci comra
OTSTEBS AND GAVE IN SEASON. DO
MESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGASS.
Twtlflfi Street, 0olte U. P. Deaat.
Jl. e. sejri,.
paoraiKToa or thk
Eleyel St. taiial Parlor.
Tlie Finest in The City.
l9The only shop on the Sooth'Side. Colom-
bns, Nebraska. 2SOct-y
Eye-and - Ear - Surgeon.
Secretary Nebraska State Board
W Baxos Block, OMAHA, IfSB
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for IafkaU
aad Children. It coataims neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitatr
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guaranteo is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieve
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 Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Oaatorla la an excellent medidae for chil
drea. Mothers hare repeatedly told me of ita
(ood effect upon their childrea."
Da. O. C. OaoooD,
Caatoria Is the best remedy for childrea of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of therariousquacknostrumawhichare
destroying their loTed ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup aad other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Xmessbos,
HENRY RAC-ATZ k CO,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON
Staple ad Fancy Groceries,
ALSO AS FINE AN
As Can be Found in
SSTThe very highest market price paid intrude for coimf produce,
the present, in the Gluek block, cornerof Eleventh and North Streets,
ILL MAKE THE SEASON OF
Columbus. Ho is a bay, stands 1G hands, and weighs 1100 pounds. Sired
by Dictator Jr., 2193, he by Dictator 113, out of Monie West by Almont
33. Dam, Queen, by Clark Chief 89 second dam, Lute Boyd by Joo Downing, 710.
In breeding to MULDOON you are sure to lie rewarded with a line carriage
horse, if not a trotter. The foe, which is 25.00 to insure, is remarkably low con
sidering the blood lines. Accidents and escapes at owner's risk. For extended
pedigree and fnll description call on or address,
BBaBBBH BBBBBM BBBBBB
..if ? 1 .. WIM wii9 Ti,a Cr"" rmvtrmMt Fr rCharCV provided you
DS anal 11a r.an.w7.k .-5XJr,r:Krr:". -i"'-"i5" "!!:i-aiT
We have jnet opened a new mill on M street,
opposite Schroedera flouriDg mill and are pre
pared to do ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK,
Store Fronts, Counters.
Stairs, Stair Railing,
Balusters, Scroll Sawing,
STEEL AND IRON HOOFING AND
tVAll orders promptly attended to.
Call on I
HRBIIAN OEHLBIGH & BfiO.
. Offer all kinds of
rieia Seeds at VERY
J3aM anlsee them.
" Castoria is so well adapted to chiMr
known to me."
H. A. Aacnaa, M. D., .
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, M. T.
" Our phyaiciaBS in the children's, depart
ment aae spoken highly of their expert- 1.
ence in their outside practice with Castoria
and although we only haro among our
medical supplies what ia known aa regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tho
merits of Castoria has won us to look with .,
favor upon it."
Uarrsn Hoarrrat. and Dtspuaaar, .
C. Smith, Prts.,
V Strtwt, Hew Trk CXtf.
HAND A FULL LINE OP
This Section of Nebraska
1892 at the Fair Grounds, 1 mile north of
L. H. Noeth & Co.
Wishing t fntmAuan sva a wait ana.l
mdnikSnA.ratiinn wAk.A ilMlillk. .wA .... .
KK.II. Uin RIinflUHIA ttBA Aanil . nl n jus
tJZI ef,.n9 a C1 Picture. Photojtraph.Tlntypclnibroty pe
JJaauerotVDe of vounelf nrnrituiTihrnfTnn.f.n,ii. ti-i. .....!.
It will he ts
e rlna with the H
'SLA IT CO.. I
V - l year
At aai True 4 Co. iottrnctaa
iwin me. 1 voriM taMily anil m.le money fMter
in asKwiuj b
e.tn. .hi. tn 1
"-" 'i"" " e.m. .010 to Dny n lslvxl and baud
nuiiiommtriuiMi. in don't increed at th.t.1 will .
?: c V "' at oar mw tin. or work, ran
Mly and honorably, by thos. of either tax. yonnr or old.
a ra ttwrowa loeautiea, whrnrertbey five. Aay oaa
n doth. work. Eaay to learn. WefornUasverythljic. K
rri." To";eTo'yonrPre momenta, or ally oar Ume
to the work. This entirely new lead brinifi woaderfal tae
ceasta every worker. Rirlnmr r r ot ..
p week and upward . and mora after a UtUe mu-
a 5a7 "?S ,ornun yoa . employment-we teach yoa
r .u Tui,,,"C"0f,areloaathin.adher.la
ST.,WT,i- "" wonderT Greaj 25
. iiT. T,rrin,1atrious worker. Wherever yoa are
vaorlalworh at once. DUy aeaaa much moaer bit a.
w7wfli"wSrJf2iViUfJ: -J" .
Titn..1 nr.y.Z nreM.
-""' W. .BNS wBM
afTJNW St Cni. Sal Stbaaviwa Www Tin.
OMsst tNareaa forseearraspateaU tn Aaaerlea.
very patsot taken oat by as la broagat befota
the pabae hy a notiea given tree ox chatga at tha
uwesat etrcalatloa of say adeatlSe 1
i-.. z. -
year: nMmxmcmXAOmm MtTNNi
-Javweae Co.: Shall we Imtrnct and start yon. readwt
Ir w do. and if yoo work Indastriontly. too will in da.
UBIt W U tonnvin iiltnil anf hnltil . ttnt.1
wm lafisawi Him
"n otraV nitice.. -
rTiaf y PniiaeeAboat fourAils easet
of ColambnaCeb. 15, one X J
charaaaAaSri0 M"jftyProTjyi Progarty, pay,..
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