The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, November 23, 1892, Image 2
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All oommunioatione, to secare attention, xnnst b- accompanied by the foil name of the writer. We Teoerve the right to reject any manuscript, and cannot agree to return the same. We desire a correspondent in erery schooWustnct of I'latte county, one ofjrood judgment, and re liable in erery way. Write plainly, each item separately. Gireas facta. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1882. The query now is, Was it Henry Wat terson's star-eyed goddess that played such fantastic tricks with the country at the late olection? The sergeancy-at-arms of the U. S. senate, now occupied by E. K. Valentine, 8.1,000 a year, will be one of the plums to fall to some democrat. The state league of republican clubs of Ohio have met, unanimously adopted resolutions endorsing McKinley for gov ernor, and declaring that the state cam paign should be fought on the tariff issue. Gex. W. S. Eoseckaks, register of the treasury, is reportod very ill at his resi dence in Washington City. He was first taken down with a severe cold; ho is now threatened with paralysis. He is nearly 70 years old. The third contest for a seat in the state legislature was filed Wednesday. The contestants in the three cases are: John Palmer, Clay county; W. J. Tur ner, same county; a. . viirisiy, caum date for senator in the district comprised of Clay and Hamilton counties. Tnn general missionary committee of the Methodist church, in session at Bal timore, has 1,310,000 at its disposal for home and foroiirn missionary work, be sides 500,000 for the women's home andJ foreign missionary societies, lne worn of tho missions is reported as progressing satisfactorily. The funeral of Mrs. Lillian Emerson, widow of Ralph Waldo Emerson, took place last Wednesday, from the old Emerson homestead in Concord, Mass. Ilev. H. E. Buckley of the Concord Unitarian church officiated. Interment" was in the picturesque littlo burial ground beside her husband. One of tho New York Press's cartoons last week represented Wlutney. standing on the Cleveland prestige of 1892, adding dollars to the pile of "Tammany spoils." In the rear of him a big barrel, "Stand ard Oil Company," on 1 ap the White House in tho distance "Paving his way to '06,'' boing the theme of tho artist. WiLii Crofts of Oakland, Nob., was accidentally shot and killed. He was standing with the muzzle of his gun under his arm resting, in Humbert's butcher shop. In putting down the trap door to tho collar, tho door struck the trigger causing tho dischnrge of the gun, tearing away flesh, arteries and lxne. He died six hours afterwards. Ik eastern Colorado prairie fires have done a great deal of damage tho last few days, and at last accounts were still burning fiercely. In Kit Carson, Lincoln and Arapahoe counties thousands of acres of winter pasture have been burn ed out and settlers have lost all their stacked hay and straw. Many barns have been destroyed and much stock lost. James E. Botd, Nebraska's governor, is now credited with having dono a good deal towards the republican victory in this state by his letter on tho ovo of the election. Republicans might have suc ceeded without that letter, but that un doubtedly didn't suit quite a number of democrats, and it is just possible there were enough such to make the state all right in the direction Boyd didn't want it to go. A New York city family of three per sons, named Henning, husband, wife and six-year-old son, are afflicted with tri chinae, from lunching Oct. 20, on chop ped pork, which had not been thoroughly cooked. A week after eating it, their eyes became inflamed, and their muscles began to swell. Their first doctor treat ed for rheumatism. Their systems liter ally swarm with minute trichinae, and they snffer intensely. Gex. Weaver declares that the leaders of the democracy are without any well defined policy except that of contemptu ous disregard for every element of reform within the ranks of their own party, and among the "people at largo. The new ad ministration will ignore the three great contentions of modern times, relating to land, money and transportation, and, in fact, the whole force of the new regime will bo to prevent reform in these im portant matters. A Swaksea, Wales, tin plate associa tion, which two weeks ago were consid ering tho ndvisability of seeking new ' markets, met again Tuesday of last week. It was resolved to appoint a committee to watch the developments of tho Amer ican tariff as affecting the plato trade. And so it goes they will all wait now under a republican administration, they wero thinking of coming over to this country with their plants, and thus help ing us develop United States resources, give employment to laborers, and enlarge the market here for bread-stuffs. The clamor is on for the Mills bill or Bome such measnre, and tho repeal of all laws that have any bearing at all in securing fair elections. Brethren of the democratic party, if there is yet among you any of the spirit that animated tho war democrats, who, with Stephen A. .Douglas, were opposed to the domina tion of southern fire-eaters, (extremists who always advocated state sovereignty, and its necessary corollaries, the rights of nullification and secession , let your light shine now. If you don't believe in a XATiox with the idea so stronglj de veloped as the republicans believe, do be n little "stronger in that lino than Ex President Buchanan, who could see "no power in the government to co-erce a seceding state." Give us a little touch of that other kind or democrat, Andrew Jaclcson. The Chicago Herald is out with a plea for the appointment of J. Sterling Morton to a place in Cleveland's cab inet, as secretary of agriculture. The Herald urges that Morton is a practical former, tho originator of Arbor day, a free trader all his life and has contribu ted by voice and pen to arguments against protection. Also that he has just closed a campaign for governor, fighting against great odds, and from toe first without hope of success. If Nebraska democrats can get solid satis faction out of the new administration, and yet not step so high round here as to tramp the rest of us into the earth, we believe in helping them make their wishes known. Mr. Morton is certainly a representative man of his party, ana if the. doctrine of free trade is to be carried out, no better man can be se lected to help than J. Sterling. U. 8. Seaator. The Telegram suggests Hon. J. . North of this city, state senator-elect from this district, as a suitable candi date of the democracy for U. 8. senator, to be elected this winter, asthe suc cessor of Senator Paddock. It is pretty difficult now to fortell how the struggle may shape itself when the legislature meets, but it is evident, of course, that no one of the three parties in the state has a sufficient number of adherents to elect a senator, unaided by either of the other two. The relative strength of the parties, as now appears, is: Republicans 62; independents 54; democrats 17. It will take 67 votes to elect. We know of no reason why any one of the republicans should not support Senator Paddock for re-election, and he would need to get only five from the other two col umns. We don't know of any man of either three parties, and who is now prom inently spoken of, for senator, who would find less antagonism outside his own political party than Senator Pad dock, and while he has been a republi can, staunch and true, he has been faith ful to his personal convictions when not exactly in line with many of his party adherents, and he has been vigilant for Nebraska interests all the time, none more so, or more strenuous or effectual in their defense and furtherance. We believe Senator Paddock's chances are excellent for succeeding himself, and there is no good reason why he should not have the support, at least, of the re quisite number of the people's party. Howling is one thing, and honest dealing is quite another. There is a gulf-wide difference between the dema gogy that works merely for votes, and the statesmanship that thinks and plans effectively for the real good of the coun try. Many think that tho democratic victory means a radical change in tho tariff. Don't be too confident of that. There may be some seeming changes made, but surely there is too much party spirit among the elect to tamper with tho business of the country to its injury. Now, for an instance, the McKinley bill so arranged the scale on lumber as to protect United States workmen and United States timber and lumber inter ests, and it has been suggested since election that now lumber be admitted free from Canada. Let the democracy make such a slash at the McKinley law as will take away tho protection which the republican policy has given to tho men who work in all the lumber regions, and they will soon fiud that these men will remember them to their sorrow. Cheaper lumber is all right, if there is any way that you can assure it to the country, and yet preserve the country's real upholders, the men who toil for all the bread they eat; the men who pro duce, by their activity and industry, tho substantial foundations of all the "prog ress thero is, in any direction. Tho republican policy on lumber will not, we venture to say, be disturbed, except seemingly onlv. The Political IVndnlnm. New York remains true to its odd and interesting political record of nearly thirty years, of never going in favor of either party in two successive elections. It has swung regularly to and fro in eight elections, all of them in leap years, ns follows: 18&J. 1808. 1872. Republican. Democratic. Republican 187G. Democratic. 1S80. Republican. 1884. Democratic. 1888. Republican. 1892. Democratic. Now York has oscillated impartially between the two political parties for twenty-eight years. The victors of one presidential election have been over thrown in tho succeeding one; the de feated of one contest havo triumphed four years later. Tho result of this year's battle strengthen' and clinches the sanguine expectations of the repub licans that they will win in New York in 1890. Perhaps they will, and certainly no one should begrudge them, in the heyday of a glorions democratic victory, such harmless consolation us they can extract from this reassuring circum stance. New York Sun. Last June when the encampment of the Sons of Veterans and the convention of tho Daughters of Veterans was held here, tho latter organization had only twelve tents in this state. Since that time the number has grown to nineteen, and there are now sixteen applications for charters. If all are organized for which applications are now made, thero will be thirty-five tents. This growth is taking place in spite of the fact that there is a little sheet over in Iowa, ostensibly pnbhshed in the in terests of the S. of V. and G. A. R. orders, making a bitter fight against the D. of V. The editor is evidently not only devoid of brains, but also of the elements which go to make up a gentleman, or he would not insnlt ladies by fighting them through the colums of his paper and then have the supreme gall to mail them copies of the paper. He will probably find that the daughters of the old sol diers of this state inherit some of the brave spirit of their fathers who faced the guns of the nation's enemies from '61 to 'Go, and that they are not afraid of his mud batteries, and especially will he find that those who are members of the D; of V. order will havo no fear of his cyclone of wind. fDavid City News. The McKinley bill will not be re pealed, says the Huron Huronite. The tin-plate tariff will not be taken off. The Bugar bounty will not be removed. Tho wool protection will substantially remain. The free coinage of silver, re gardless of foreign action, will not be accomplished. The generous and just pension legislation of the republican congress will not be repealed. The ap propriations will not be reduced. The tax on state bank issues will not be taken off. Not a single distinguishing pledge of the democratic platform will be redeemed. The republican party in power, under President Harrison's ad ministration, redeemed its pledges in tho face of constant and bitter opposi tion, even in the face of the defeat two years ago, and this fact will remain to bless tho country and save it from serious disaster until the people call it to power again. A TK.v-OALLONcan of sasolineexDloded in the office of the Otoe County Alliance, Nebraska City, Nov. 15. Loss to build ing and stock about 81,000. FAMOUS MADSTONE. Applied to a Dojf Bite It Drew Oat tfae " Polson- Bichmoxd, Ind., Nov SI. Moses Neese, a farmer living some miles west of here, has in his possession a mad stone of much note. It is a square, white, porous substance, and is a part of a Virginia stone which was broken in pieces and taken into different parts of the country so that it might be of greater service. William Southard was recently bitten by a mad dog and went to Mr. Keesc to have the stone applied to the would. When applied, it clung nine hours, falling off at last full of green poison. When applied to the wound the stone struck deep into the swollen flesh, and the work it performed could be readily perceived by the eye. The muscles and tendons were drawn into strong, knotty cords and the poison drawn out This famous madstonc has been an heirloom in the family for many gen erations. Gerseaa Anarchist Arrestee. Pabis, Not. 21. A German anarchist named Fritz Peschel was arrested here to-day. Many pamphlets, some of which advocated the use of dynamite, were found in his possession. VILLARD'8 PROSPECTS. His Xaase Cesled with the Title of Secretary ef the laterler. New Yobk, Nov. 31. A morning paper says: "Cabinet gossip among the politicians connects the name of Henry Villard with the portfolio 'of Secretary of the Interior. The cabinet makers say the dinner given by the financier in honor of the President elect was of more than passing signifi cance.. It was current gossip that Mr. Villard had intimated to several of his friends that he had cabinet aspirations. He would not be disappointed, how ever, if he were sent as minister to Berlin." TAKEN FROM THE QUARRY. The Hage Urowastone Monolith Broken Croat It Lodffaeta Te-Day. Asbxaxp, Wis., Nov. 21. The great brownstone monolith for the world's fair was broken off from its lodgment in the quarry to-day. A large delegation left Ashland this morn ing on the steamer Plowbov. to be present at this final undertaking, which completed the huge stone as it will stand at the Chicago grounds. F. Prentice, donator, was present and made a few appropriate remarks. The monolith was take from the Pre tice quarries and is 115 feet long and 9 feet at the base. EIGHT MEN BURIED ALIVE. A Cave-la at the Haeeldell Colliery In Pennsylvania. POTT8VHJ.E, Pa., Nov. 21. A cave-in occurred this forenoon at the Hazeldell colliery at Centralia operated by L. A. Bilcy fc Co., whereby seven or eight men are now imprisoned in the mine besides two others who have just been tafcen out very badly injured. This colliery is situated about two miles from Ashland and is a very large concern, shipping its product over the Lehigh Valley railroad. tieaeral Weather Report. Washington, Nov. 21. The storm has moved from eastern Lake Superior to eastern Lake Ontario, diminishing in energy. A ridge of high pressure extends from the Atlantic coast of Florida to A'ew Mexico and hus united with a second ridge of high pressure extending from Texas to Manitoba. Rain or snow has fallen in the lake regions and in the middle and north Atlantic States. The temperature has risen from the lower Mississippi valley westward and has generally fallen elsewhere. Tommy Warren tfetne; Tried. Waco, Texas, Nov. 21. Tommy Warren, the feather-weight prize fighter, is on trial here, charged with the murder of Clem Stovall, a colored porter of the St Charles hotel, on Oct. 16. The testimony adduced so far indicates that Warren had a dispute with a local gambler In which each drew revolvers. Just as Warren fired at his antagonist Stovall passed between the two men and received the bullet, dying two hours later. Couldn't Dispose of the Paper. Boston, Mass., Nov. 21. William Scanlon, aged 10, for five years mes senger for Lee, Higginson &. Co., bankers, is under arrest, charged with stealing 820,000 in sugar certificates from the firm. After securing the certificates, which were not negotia ble, Scanlon, it is alleged, forged an or der in the firm's name on a Boston bank to deliver to bearer certain shares of Atchinson stock placed as collateral and take in change the sugar trust certificates. De Lesseps Will Ueslgn. Pabis, Nov. ?1. The Eclair states that M. Ferdinand de Lessens will re sign the chairmanship of the Panama canal company when the summons in the action of the government against the directors of the company is served on him. The Eclair adds that 31. Leon Say will succeed M. de Lessep. o Senator Kenua Is Better. Washington, Xov. 21. It is stated at the residence of Senator Kenna of West Virginia that he passed a bad night, but is better this morning. He said to his private secretary this morn ing: "I am freer from pain than usual and my general condition is better." Cotton Crop Grows Worse. Charleston, S. C, Nov. 21. A spe cial to the News and Courter from New Orleans says that the cotton crop pros pects grow worse every day and the yield will be 45 per cent less than last year with a total not exceeding 400,000 bales. Derricks Blown Down. St. Mabt's, Ohio, Nov. 21. A ter rific wind storm swept over this sec tion last night that wrought great damage to property. Scores of oil well derricks were blown down in the oil fields near this city, entailing' heavy loss. Kaearaaclon Gazar Released. Sax Antonta, Texas, Nov. 21. En carnacion Garza, the brother of the famous filibuster Catarino Garza, has been released on 82,000 bonds. Encarna olon Garza is the Me lean who was captured at Key West, Flo., some time fo- Deep Saew la Wlscoesla. Assxaxd, Wis., Nor. 21. All trains running to Ashland from the Gogebic Iron range were several hours late this morning on account of the heavy fall of anow. Two or three feet are reported at Hurley, Ironwood and Mullen, and it is drifting badly. There is no snow at Ashland. While Mrs. Dawson and child of Fairbury were out riding last Sunday the horse became fr ghtened at a paper box and ran away, throwing the occu pants of the vehicle out and bruising them considerably. r Wo want every mother to know that oronp can be prevented. Truo 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 ehild first becomes hoarse; a few doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will prevent the attack. Even alter a rougn oougn nas appeared the disease may be prevented by using this remedy as directed. It has never been known to fail. 25 cent, 50 cent and $1 bottles for sale by C. E. Pollock & Co. and Dr. Heintz, drnggista. tf "I have just recovered from a sec ond attack of the grip this year," says Mr. James O. Jones, publisher of the Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the latter case I used Chamberlain's Cough. Rem edy, and I think with considerable suc cess, only being in bed a little over two days, against ten days for the first at tack. The second attack I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the first bat for the use of this remedy, as I had to go to bed in about six hours after being 'struck' with it, while in the first case I was able to attend to business about two days before getting 'down.'" 50 cent bottles for sale by C. E. Pollock & Co. and Dr. Heintz, Druggists. tf The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul By is the only line running solid vest ibuled, electric lighted and 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 bo used by any I 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, Gen'l Agt. W. S. Howell. Traveling Fx't. and Pass. Agt., 20jantf 1501 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. Tho handsomest lady in Columbus remarked to a friend the other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for tho throat and lungs was n superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when other cough remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you of its merits, any druggist will give yon n sample bottle free. Large sizo COu and 81. 34-y Tho population of Columbus is about 3,500, and we would say at least one-half are troubled with some affec tion of the throat and lungs, as thoso complaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the opportunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs. Trial size free. Large bottles, 50c and 1. Sold by all druggists. 34-v Planh of city, suburban and farm houses of low and moderate cost 5 to 30 per set complete. These are copies of dwellings built in the last three years' regular practice, and aro designed 'with an understanding effort in agricultural refinement, convenience and good taste. Please write, stating number of rooms you wish, and at what cost. Corre spondence solicited for architect's ser vices in general. Chas. Gerald, archi tect, N. Y. Life, Omaha. 2fi-6p VTnin B2'.y was eh-k, wa pave hrr Castoria. ".Then thi ro a Chili, &!i. criJ for Castoria. 1Vij:i ftho b varau MUs, bLo clua;; to C&xtorio. Whwi kJi- Jjh I Oliildrt-n, sli pivr iIimji Castoria. English Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem ishes from horses. Blood Spavin, Curbs, Splints, Ring Bone, Sweeney, Stifles, Sprains, Sore and Swollen Throat. Coughs, etc. Save S50 bjuso of one bottle. Warrnntod the moht wonderful Blemish Curo ever known. Sold by C. B. Stillman. druggist. SHnovlvr Rheumatism Cured in a Day. "Mys tic Curo" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to :5 days. Its action upon tho Hystetn ih remarkable and mys terious. It removes nt onco th cause and the disease immediately diaoppears. Tho first dose k'rently benefits, 75 cents. Sold by A. Heint;:, druggist, Colnm, bus, Neb. 14-y St. Patrick' Pills are carefully prepared from the best material and according to the most approved formula, and are the most perfect cathartic and liver pill that can be produced. We sell them. C. E. Pollock & Co. and Dr. Heintz, druggists. . Tf yon are troubled with rhonmn tism or a lamo back, bind on over the seat of pain a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. You will be snrpriKPd nt the prompt relief it affords. fiO cent bottles for sale bv O. E. Pollork & Co. and Dr. Heintz, drug gists, tf REPORT OF THE CONDITION ov my Columbus State Bank, ATT COLU3D3DIS, In th Siafr nf Xebmxk-a, nt the cloze of nxHorncMi. Lonti- and dinrountf ; Ovt'nlrarK peourI and udcihnI . Other itK:kt. bowis. iiiul inortsiinet Due from Nntioual F!-ink- lletd -tnto. furatiiuv ami listntvs.. . 'li-'1,kH anl other ca,h item Billn of oth-r B'laki.-.. . Fn.Wioaal ai-r rurronry, rsii-keN, nnd centrt Sl-wio 1X9,353 73 2l.-."rf7 13 I.80I 81 JW.4.M CO 11,3) 49 10. IW 00 SOI S5 .'..ISO 00 l'ot'ii. ...j227.-ji.-i It 1. 1. V CI LI TIL. Capita btock taid in Undivided profits Indiridaal dei-o-ita Mihj-ct lo check. Dinnand cortilicnU of deposit . . .. Time cert ilicuUti of deposit , $ W.000 00 o.lOl 71 3H,0tt oO . 13,200 Cfi . 70.110 17 Total, $227.32-1 II State of Xebb hk v, Connty or Plntto JM' I, John Htnaffer, cashier of tho above-twined bank, do eoleuinly swear that the r.bovn state ment in true to tho best of my knowledge and belief. John HTACrrEU. Mahecribed end swom tolwfore ido thi Wb day of November, lSiC. U. F. J. HocBr.NSEr.OEW, Notary Public. Notice. CJcorgc V. Hnlst defendant, (impleaded with J John W. Ealy, Jacob Ernst. Marshall Smith. George W. riother and J C. Tiffany defendants) will take notlco, that on the 7th d.iv of Xovcm ber, 192, the Connty of Platte pla'intlff herein, filed Its petition In the district court of Watte county. Nebraska, the object and prayer of which Is to recover of fuld defendant the burn of W, 607.03 with Interest and penalties upon a certain official bond executed and delivered to said plaintiff by the defendant. Early as princi pal and the other defendants as sureties for a breacb of tho conditions of bond. For a full statement of plaintiff's said cause of action, see said petition on file. The said George V. Hnlnf, defendant is further notified that two orders of attach ment have issued in said cause against the property 6f the said George W. Unlet, one di rected to the sheriff of Platte county, Nebraska, under and by virtue of which the Columbus State Bank of Columbus, Nebraska, has been garnfobced as the supposed debtor of George W. Uulst. and one directed to the sheriff of Mer rirfc county, said state, under and bv virtue of which the following deecribed reafestnte has been attached as the property of the said Ocoree W. Uult UHWit: The south half of tho north east quarter and the north half of the southeast quarter of section eighteen In township fifteen, north .f range four ert of the sixth principle meridian, In Merrick cenntv. Nebraska, as the projiortv of the said George W. llulsf. You ere rcjiiir.-d to answer Mtd clltioii on or before thi'tfith day of Iictviibt r. tsJri '1 he- ('utility of !! itto H the State or Nebraska. 1-i I. I.. .Mbekt4 its Attorney. Nollrr to Contractor. Notice la hereby cii tint grated proposals wi 1 be rceeivid at the onliv of the enmity elrrkof 1 tie cousiy. Nebraska, mi to ilia hour ot I- o'clock, noon, ot Friday, November 25, 192. fur the construction of adrnl. age ditch In Lo6t Creek 3nd Shell Creek town snipe, I'latte couuty, Nebraska, nccortllnjr to profile of survey ami plans aud tpecittratioiib now on fl'e In my office. Approximate number of cubic ards of earth to be removed 13.E0 . The Micci-Hful bidder will lie required to guepoidand sufficient bOM'sfnr ther.ilthful performance of bis contravt. The board of surcnUors reserve the rfsht to reject any or nil Mils. By order f the board of .supervisors. G. YV. I'm lips. i ounly Clerk. Dated, Coulmbtis, Neb., Oct. 23. 1893. uovSts Dr. CLARK'S INSTITUTE ?OB THE TBS4TXT.NT Of TUT Drink Habit ! Also Tobacco, Morphine and other Narcotlo Habits. KB" Private treatment given if dosirwl. COLUMBDS, NEBRASKA. ISaprtf What is aaaaaaaSSSSSSSNlSaS!SSriy latflfi m all D J 111 m aaT Vvl H n I al WW SiLBiiakBiLiasBaBamBkaSBLBamaaBaamaaaaaaaaaa Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for IiiCmts and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Bullions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays fevcrishuess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "tVl rU fi an excellent medicine for '! i ,vi. V I irrs havo repeatedly told lac of its guoii elTuci upon their children." Dx C. C. Osgood, Lowell, Mass. Castoria Is the best remedy for children of which 1 urn acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers vrillcoasUerthe real interest of their children, and uso Castoria in stead of the various quack nostrums which arc destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thoreby sending them to premature grayes." Da. J. F. Ktccosijox, Conway, Ark. Tko Centaur Company, 77 GROCERIES ! A1AVAYS ON UAXD A FULL AND NKW LINK OFttKOrXKII'.SWKLIiStiLKCTED. FRUITS! CANNED AND DRIED, OF ALL K1NDP ft UAJtANTEKD TO UK OF REST QUALITY. DRY GOODS! A GOOD AND WEI.L REKKCTED STOCK AL WAYS AH CHOP AS THIS CHEAP EST. ALSO BOOTS & SHOES ! S3TTHAT DEFY COMPETITION.-; 3UTTER AND EGGS Andallkindaof country produce iakrn in tta and ail goodsdelivored free of charge toanypart of thecity . FLOUE! KUEPONI.YTKKHESTGnADEEOF FLOOR to 9 n rws K j TTJT5; SEED - HOUSE OF- U HERMAN OEHLEICH Offer all kinds of; Field Seeds at VERYp"1 tbia f,rm sel1 aro made foe LOW PRICES ! COMFORT AND FOR WEAR, and I their Call and see them. 2 Mnr 2 mo. C.E. Harrington & Co., DEALEltS I.N HARD AND SOFT THE VERY BEST tMIRKET. -OFFICE: Near B. & M. Depot. 31nng3m --FOR CHOICE IW YOBK STATE APPLES BUCKWHEAT FLOUR M TENNESSEE SORGHUM CALL f Herman Oehlricii I Bro's. 17nov2:n HOW 2A3XZ AN ISLAND.; AitcrmtHatag'TovacMant Trea k Co. tastractod aod started as. i wcrtsd steadily sod utUe mossy faster than I xpoted to. I bsesms sals vo trsy as Ulaad scdboiM aroallronaerhcul. If Jdon'tmeciat that. I will go is work araia at tbs betiaess la which I made jay money. Trtra E Co.t Efcall we In sanot ed start ysa. reader? If we da. tad tf yso work lsdoitrlouly. yon will la do tloebeabletotmvaalslaadasdbuEd a teteL irrenwiah tn. 3Imey can be earaed &t oar saw Una of work. rp Ulw sad Lonorsbly. by tsose ef elthsrtsz. yomg cr eld. ssd in tesir owa lacaCtfss. wasreur they Ore. Any one can CO the work. Easy to leers. WefarnUh CTemLlnz So fill. Yea eeo deroteysnr spare cetaeats. cr an yonr Use cesteeerTwctker. netfonenareearaiagfrcaiSSSco aU par week aod upwards, and lonre after a UttTeezpe tiaoee weemafarnleayoBtheeoployaieev-wetsecbyoa I'KEEi Tali Is an eze nf raarrelnus thJnjj. and here 1 eeotber areat, ttrefsl. aaltb-gtrlns wender. Great ralas will reward erary Industrious worksr. Wasrsrer Ten ate. !' and whatever yoa are dolnr. yen want to know abent tilj wonderful work at once. Delay meant ranch money lest to yoe-Wo space to explain here Irat ifrtru wilt write to ns. we wuiun uieiaui to jm rm,rr Ai -B ay a Vwfce ''tSPpTfrsK S Mg!f Mt7HArjlSBrBBJS3BK359 A t bik m: K7i ttjf 9c? szm9 pj f va mmmar nr Castoria. " Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior toasypreecripUoa known to me." II. A. Akcbzr, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn, N. T. " Our physicians in the children's depart ment hans spokea highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only hare among our imtlical supplies what Is known as regular products, yet we ore free to eonfeaa that the merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon it." United norrrai. aso Dispxmsakt, Boston, itass. Allen C. Surrn, iYr.. Murray Street, Now York City. CREISEN BROS. Z CO. Are now moving their old temporary quarters in the building to street -west of Boettcher'a and will tho erection of their begin at once new building, 2-1x100 ft., two stories high and of brick, ; on the eito of tho old onr-. Until tho New Building Is finished, tho will bo delighted to welcome all eomors, who wish to pro vide themselves with t fi -AT Fair - - o - iThov havo nlwavt: acted upon the prin ciple that the best business i3 thiit when tho customer Kindly comes again to bnv. The kind of oots Shoes CLOTHING -AND- . GOSTSTTS' Furnishing Goods ARE NOT EXCELLED ANYWHERE. Fair dealing every time is the remark of even tho hoys who deal with CREISEN BROS, &CO. .IT IS AD Ily te nt tl TY yoa ewe yoamelf and fkas. o boat Ttlu for year nsner. r i yjir CMtwMip by i twMP ay arcaasiu SSIf TSSUL1' . a Uaaaaa i rerBt tl lis ""FTOlM I NO 8UBSTITGTE..48 W. L. DOUGLAS SB SHOE .OJL.-W THE BEST SHOE M TO ANNUM TKMON&R. A genuine aswed aaee. tkat wftt not rlp.0am ealtV seamless, amoora lnstda. flaxfbla, mora com fortable, stylish and durablatbaa any other shoe arer old at tha price. Equals cnatnm madaahoaooatte CrcmajtovS- atna sv uanaaewM.nnecBirtBoaa. xco gnoat atTlUh. eaa t avad riiiFhh ahfMa anhl tec price. .Taay equal flno Imported aaosa cojti&c MnastoanSL JJQ 0Q Pwltce Shoet worn by farmers and all ew ouiai woo TM3t a gooa neevy ui. mreo oled, extension edge shoe, easy to walk to, and trill keep tho feat dry and trarm. CAM Fine Cstlr, t,M and sM.M Werb- Psaee larmea aSboeawiUgie more wear for the money tkaa any other make. Tbayara made for ser tea, TwTlaoMatac aeJasabowt&a. woxkiagBMi berefoend thlaont. Daual ?. ana T.ntbV S1.T5 Scbeel vwf? Shew are worn by the boys mresT" Wmm are m0 of tbe liett ooncola or flae Catt, aa daaatM. ngareTaryitjlia,eceBfortabWiawildnra ble. TteeWoaboa equals rasianaDadeahoeeoceUaaj rxomfaXOtoauax. xdieawbowtaatoaaoavamlaeta their footwear are findfe thia on. . W.L.rMcdaaname and the ntioe la yon bay. Bewareofdealersattem: oa tae oottom or eaca anoe: iook sot at taaeib. trend nlentaad anbjact to proeecotlon byiawforob orner maces rorinem. Bncnaai wuunaj wsJ Bauer uos vrmsBaom, W. I IWDGLAS, VrwcktoB. if km. Sold by Wm. SHILZ. Olive St., Columbus, Excel fifiH rs 01U UUullu Prices 'iBMaftaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaapSI irtmmmunmnunnumirHtN OPENED SEPT. 28, I fiirHirmmmrrHiimrmunurri GRIFFEN Aro the BOOTS AND SHOES, Hats and Caps, Gents' AND ALL RUBBER GOODS. - THEIR PLACE OF BUSINESS IS THE : At : Mil : M Gffl H This Establishment is now READY FOR BUSINESS And with full confidence of being able to suit every purchaser, a very cordial invitation is ex tended to the public to give us a call. A practical boot and shoe maker in the store, to do all kind of work in his line. GRIFFEN & GRAY. smnuiimimmKiiimmmms 1 OPENED SEPT. 28, 1 Smi;jni!i!!i!iiim;i!i:iiMnmii Institute. Preparatory, hand The P at te EXPENSES. Board, .Room Kent and Tultiun for Term of TVn Weeks Tuition alone, tx r Term Hoard, j.cr week Totul Exiwum-s fo-Oi.f V- . . A larjw ar.d ecpericr Fac :itr of exi-ciient-p'J Teacher and !rore-sur. SladcnU icsy Kilter at air titae anil lied c'osses suited to their need and udtaDC Fall Term Opens Sopt. 6, 1892. Second Fall Tarm Opens Nov. 15. 1692. Winter Term Opens Jan. 24-, I -93. Soring' Term Opens April IO, 1893. THE PLATTE INSTITUTE aas been established for the imrpo-eof placing n libers! eoacalion within the reach of ALL. It will cost you lew t j to stay at home. An opportunity will In? afforded a nemtxr of ktndut4 to i ay all or a part of their cspeu-es by work. Send in your application at onc. This ecbcol is nnder the juridictionof Rt. Rev. Aeon II. Grae. ItUbon of thi Dioose of tin? I'latte. REFERENCES: Bishop Ansoa R. Graves Kc-ini". Neb. W. ('. TilUou. Cashier Kearney National Uanlr. L. N. Howry, Sec'y Jlldway Land Co. Write for particnlars and information to CLARENCE A. MURCH, Sup't., KZESs-mSTElT, - 1STEB. flSSfe S: a Sight is priceleua and its proper prpscrvation i i a matter for the inojt earnest consideration of erery person of ordinary common sense. Re-' mernncrtuat a lenso rtecentenxl on centimeter (tho one hundredth part of an inch) produces as many pnsm diores as it possessed ienticniar t dioptre of refraction. Don t vrtr poorly made ' spectacirM when jou can Kt reliable ones at the ' fame price. Tndor's a'inm8ntin lensea aro ttronnd from tho clearest crvstal obtainable. I bnilding ur thenflrve pover eisins and render-! iog natural the nccoinajo.ition. They are with-1 out doubt bet ndanted for optical pnrpoes and i are rocommen(iei by all the most eminent of the lui-uii-ui iraiminy, inciuiuu jjr. ttraiuycu, ex- guvoruor ra iiienin-ts, jiex.. Ur. .Mnrlsn. M pvernor ot Ajua-j CnlienU-n. Edward Jennings jI. V.. vir nreeident mMliiml n;w.;r.t?,n nf . . .. . .;. "? "..--..x.fc. . anaca lor pal. onlv In- A. Unir,t , PreBcrip- i tion Druggist, Columbus. isiop Soieatilo Amtrio-n Agency fer I waiaaiai DE8IOM PATKMTaf COPVRIOHTS, etc. For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN CO., 361 Droadwat. New Yobk. ts in Ajnnce- ore tba Scientific JVmctican Larseet circulation of any scientific ppr In tho world. Splendidly illustrated. Ko lnteiuyvt man anotua oe witi d be wttboet It. Weokl six months. Ailitmi M year; tlJO six months. Address MVKH ft CO run OLi8HKBs.361firoadway. Kew York. JAPANESE A n'wnnd Coj.nV;eTr trr6nt.crai'iiin of - Soi'iKitorte. O'nri'ionf is t-apfisie1 -:-h in Boxnsd Fil!s;a l'titi Cnn for ETtrrnal, In ternal Wind or ill"eiic; I(cUiaf. hrt.jtie. lt cnt or Hereditary Pile, said iumyo;:icrdf('Sts and f-nial reak-jM,. it is d'ijf (. srxtt bn-f-fit to Isj jf-aerfcl heltj. The &ret di-oHry cf a icii'il nre rvnder:n; en op. r tl.s with the kmfn una r-mry hn-lXi'. Ibi R'mwlybis nuvcr btvu kntjrn to fail. ?1 pr biy.. f tor $1; writ Iw iiifcil. Why enftr fn.ro thl twviblu d: e"e when a wr.ttn goanuiM is icltivelyiTen witlt 6 bostw. to rfnnd tbf nntiy if not cured. Send itamr ror free Staple. (JcoranKx' im..cd by A. HEIXT2, sole agvnt, Columbus, Seb. i.',mayly "iliiSV - r Tr. v -. -r-..?-'- tmr ur r vyl- iLiin'iM "irSS. W? CURE jmHiimmiutiimumniHtiHw OPENED SEPT. 28. J MnHrrminmrminumittHitfnt- & GRAY new dealer in KINDS OF- ininmminiiiii.'Miiimiiimmw 1 OPENED SEPT. 28. 1 HiinuiimniiimiHimmiuiiiix Furnishing - Goods, A flomc School for Both Sexes. Best and Cheapest School in the West. New Buildings Throughout. Steam Heat in All. Two Large Dormitories. COURSES: Normal, Col legrlntc. Itiisfue??, Short and Typewriting, 3Iii!r, Art. I OO.GO S.0O l-.iO.00 SINGLE-COMB. BAKRGn Plymouth : Rock IM- U" i aPTTC3aPrwaaaBat? 1 JSSNGLE-GOMB, WHITE LEGHORN, I (Roth thor.i!;i.bred. ec-., for L.'ilchin. fur" ea!e. nt $iM for one Bttiu4f of 15 egg, i aOrdT from n di-tanc protaptly filled. H.P.COOLIDGK. Colnmius. Nebr. i'mart'in fREETMAL I PACKAGE A MOF.HARRIS' PASTIUB FOR THE CURE Or WEAK MEN VITALLY WtAsD. se se by tea eioee .ppU-u... e kestaeeser stady; severe aetata! strain or trUrr SSXtTst. CXCaeaejlB mlisie Uft.or itcloos babtu eaatraeud to reata. aVCl If HCbb 1E TiCTrjaa to suvora ilitt HCJIIV WtMjcuucwTKa. wurrno wuinn, ts- TULCTTiBT lUUSH wHk XAXXT BIC1T lav IOCS awd UB OUAanilaekorTlss.Tleer.aadstrtsitli.wlUsaxaalerxaaa iBelredaadweaxaaed Braaataretr.ta eppreesataf eld h:. WHEM WE SAY CUSC.VrSx; . 15 ptBeeaue eases treaiea aaa cersa la peat twelTe yeanc. '-- AserUeeoeafenrfUth la Prat Xarrta BlKiBaTIXUXniCATSSArFrzB fgkrn m e we oe etakt says trial aawSUrRtT rUL '"'""' awa. reaaa er old. salariBe rron iku preraices nakleaaeeMam4taeiraddrassseweeeaferalai qMstleeetobeeaswercd.tat we stay kaewtsa tree eentlaa' erseeh ease sad prepare SMdlelae te efeet prmpt tmt. v f.. kMHwrMnMlliOWlinjllff lair TMC HARRIS R 'i iwbww peeerew er teeeeieetmiee raatOteTraataMst. . Ohemifl tw 9tt WL wus,xm TdirW rli.Hr lawejDw m,. mum. onemiats i . --' s -. 'a-- t . :- t r M i . t X 1 w I t m e.