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WEDNESDAY. DECEMUEU II. 1892
TAI.K about compulsory education for
the children of school age. A little more
political education for the adults would
not be out of order.
A DATJGHTEB of Jacob Mack of York
has mysteriously disappeared from home,
and there are no traces of her where
abouts. She has been gone two weeks.
W. H. Ibyine, who was on trial at Lin
coln for killing Montgomery, has just
begun suit against his wife in a Salt
Lake court, for divorce on the grounds
In northwestern Now Mexico drought
has existed for two years and all streams
are dried up and at' the lowest estimate
75,000 to 100,000 head of cattle have died
from starvation and lack of water. Rail
roads are shipping cattlo out by train
loads, but most of them will die, being
too weak to withstand shipment. Sheep
are in almost as bad condition.
John Biaik of Beatrico wass killed by
the cars in the B. x M. yards while re
turning homo drunk ono night and his
heirs brought suit against three saloon
ists of the city, claiming that tho liquor
was bought of them. Tlio damages
asked were S5,000. Tho jury agreed as
against one saloonist, but disagreed on
the other two. Tho case will go to trial
a second time.
A VEBr significant contribution to tho
discussion of reform in electoral methods
is an article in tho Review of Reviews for
December entitled "How to abolish tho
Gerrymander.' It describes verv fully
some reforms in Switzerland which do
away with tho district system and pro
vide for representation of minorities. It
18 an article which lawmakers and polit
ical reformers everywhere in the United
States will find it to their interest and
advantage to read.
The December Review of lie views has
a brief but well digested summary of tho
most important legislation enacted by
American State legislatures in the year
1892. It will bo of particular interest to
members of the numerous State legisla
tures which will meet in January. It has
been prepared by Mr. William B. Shaw,
of the State Library at Albany, whoso
task it is to summarize tho legislation of
all the other States for the convenience
and benefit of tho New York State leg
islature. The New York World joyously shouts
"there is no calamity in sight.' Along
about two months ago tho World had to
use its coat sleeves to wipe away the
briny tears as it wroto about '"tho rob
ber tariff' and "tho distress of the peo
ple." The World may be cheered now
for a prospective relief, but the same
old "robber tariff,' and tho same wicked
republican laws are in full forco and
likely to bo for some time to come.
Democratic brethren should avoid
shouting too loud about any conditions
of present prosperity. Inter Ocean.
The Fremont Tribuno links tho f nturo
to the past in a paragraph that may
rove interesting to politicians. Wo are
ed to wonder it there really are several
republican candidates for senator. But
we must not forgot tho Tribuno: "If
Chairman Cady would get sixty-seven
signatures of the members elect of the
legislature to an agreement to support
Paddock for senator, us Chairman Rich
ards got 100 for Manderson four years
ago, it would take an awful load off tho
old man's mind. Why doesn't Cady do
it? Is it because ho has up a galvanized
rod with a gold point, himself? Or is it
because he believes no human power can
get sixty-seven votes for Paddock?"
ALASKA, if tho tide of immigration
once sets towards it, will justify its pur
chase by the United States from Russia.
The imports last year, of machinery,
merchandise, powder, clothing, provis
ions, tools, furniture, &c, amounted to
$2,1644538; and tho exports, of fish, furs,
whalebone, ivory, oils, gold and silver
bullion, ores and curios, to $7.75y,0G4.
Salmon alone was S3,157,17(5, whalebono
$1,210,625, and seal skins $755,5S7. Po
tatoes and turnips have been raised in
tho Yukon valley. Excellent gardens in
southeastern Alaska attest the possibili
ty of limited agricultural success. In
this section there are some horses, cows
and mules which thrive and grow fat,
requiring to be fed only three months of
the year and living for tho balance upon
rich summer pasture.
Senator Chandler, it is said, will
head a crusade against immigration,
having for its purpose tho shutting out
of all immigrants for a period of at least
five years. The joint committee of the
senate and house havo spent many
months investigating immigration, and
will doubtless be ready to make report
shortly, when the discussion will begin.
There may bo good reasons to restrict
immigration still further than is now
done, but that such a radical proposition
can become law, wo do not believe. The
quick acquisition of tho full rights of
citizenship has been a special feature
with most of the western states "men-
less lands need men," but now that
most of them are reasonably well sup
plied, public attention is being directed
to the evils of unrestricted immigration.
Perhaps a solution of the problem may
be found upon which all political parties
can agree. The present laws, if strictly
enforced, would be satisfactory, we
think, to the country at large.
One thing that should receive atten
tion at the hands of tho legislature this
winter is the passage of a law regulating
the assessment of real and personal
property. As it is at present there is no
uniform method of assessing property in
the various counties. In some localities
property is assessed at one-third its
Talue, in others at one-fourth, and there
are instances where property is not
assessed at more than one-sixth of its
value. There is something radically
wrong in this mode of doing business, as
some counties pay much more than their
just share of taxation for state purposes,
while others pay much less. This should,
in some way, be equalized. In our opin
ion the only proper way to remedy this
matter is to pass a law that shall provide
for the assessment of all property at its
actual cash value. This would place
every taxpayer on an even footing. Under
this mode of doing business the levies
would not have to be so high, and every
dollar's worth of property would bear its
'proportion of taxation. Of course such
a change in the law would not be looked
upon with favor by railroad companies
and other lanre corporations, but that
(act should not deter our members in the I
legislature from doing their duty by the
people. We believe that there are enough
fair-minded, justice-loving members
elected to tie next legislature to secure
the passage of such a measure as we
hereof speaTs. Not alone would such a
measure provide equal taxation for all
property, but it would place our own
state in a better light before tho citizens
of other states. As it is at present, our
state is quoted at not more than one
fourth of its actual value, while our
bonded and mortgaged indebtedness ap
pears in round numbers without any
reduction. Let such a law be passed and
tho peoplo will rise as one man and bless
their representatives for introducing and
fighting through such a beneficial meas
ure. Howells Journal.
EAGER TO JOIN THE UNION
Strong Treasure Being Exerted In Con
gress by the Territories.
Washington, Dec 12. The strong
pressure that is being exerted by the
territories makes it now probable that
a joint conference of Democratic Sena
tors and Representatives will be held
within a few days to determine the
steps to be taken by the party in the
two Houses in relation to the admis
sion of the territories into the Union.
New Mexico, Arizona and Utah have
been clamoring for enabling acts or
bills tending ultimately to State
hood, and a considerrble clement in
Oklahoma thinks that territory has
also arrsved at a state of maturity.
Some of these bills have already
passed the House and are pending in
the Senate, but it is possible the party
may now consider the policy of favor
ing an omnibus bill admitting all
to Statehood at lone
SHOUTING FOR DANA.
The Xevr Tork "Herald" Ursine the
Editor of the "Sun" for tho: Senate.
New York, Dec. 1-'. The Herald
says editorially this morning:
We find it impossible to agree with
our contemporary, the Sun, ",in its sup
port of Edward Murphy, Jr., for the
Sepate, and fail to sec the force of its
reasoning in the premises. We have
named Mr. Dana for that position
because he is both independent and
impartial. He will neither persistently
obstruct nor blindly . acquiescejin the
President's wishes. He is large
minded enough to both give and take
advice. Murphy, on the other hand,
is the tool of Tammy, Hill, Croker and
company. He is the echo of his
masters. For the honorable position
of Senator we require a statesman, not
a local boss; a man of wide informa
tion concerning national issues, not a
mere wire puller; a man who will
honor the office, not one who will bo
honored by it.
BEATTY'S GAME FOILED.
An Escaped Pittsburg Prisoner Taken
at Louisville from a River lloat.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 12. Robert J.
Reatty was arrested here at a late hour
last night. He was taken from the
steambort Sanlahica of Pittsburg. A
couple of detectives were in waiting
for him. The charge against him is
that of conspiracy to murder. A
short time ago, it will be re
membered, a number of the men at
Homestead who had taken the places
of the strikers were poisoned. Reatty
was suspected and arrested. He asked
permission to go on board the boat
named above to get his coat. Once on
board the Captain refused to give him
up, and the boat steamed down the
river. That was the last seen of boat
or man until they reached here last
MRS. CLEVELAND GOES HOME
She and Baby Kutli Leave Labewood
for Jfew York.
Lakewood, N. J., Dec 12. Mrs.
Grovcr Cleveland and Raby Ruth left
here by the early morning train for
New York, where they will remain
about three weeks. Mrs. Cleveland
will then return to take possession of
the diminutive "White House," as tho
Cleveland cottage has been christened
since it was painted a snow-white.
Many of the cottagers were at the
station to bid Mrs. Cleveland adieu.
Dumping Ground for Paupers.
New York, Dec 12. A correspond
ent says that it has made the
astounding discovery that for months,
and even for years past, the State'au
thorities of Massachusetts have been
sending their paupers, idiots and in
curables to this city by wholesale and
dumping them in batches of a dozen
or more at a time upon the town with
out any means of support or subsist
ence, and apparently in the expecta
tion that they would eventually drift
into charitable institutions here. Ac
cording to the information this prac
tice is one that has become regularly
established, and this clearing out of
the Massachusetts poorhouse is a
matter of weekly occurrence. They
are almost all sent to New York, it
would appear, because in the great
city they arc more easily scattered,
and their coming here attracts little
Will Not Reduce Mileage.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec 12. The ex
pected strike of the Savannah, Florida
& Western engineers has been averted.
The management had determined on a
reduction in mileage of the engineers
from 3M to 3 cents, but yesterday
Superintendent Fleming and the com
mittee got together a conference, Chief
Arthur being present, and after dis
cussion the superintendent agreed that
the old contract should continue in
force after Jan. 1 as now.
Rail Mill to Be started Again.
Betui.euem, Pa., Dec 12. It is an
nounced that the rail mill of the
Bethlehem Iron company, which was
shut down Tuesday, would be started
next Monday and that the entire Bes
semer mill, employing1 seventy-five
men, will run at least two weeks.
This will tide the workmen over
Christmas. An effort will be made to
keep the mill going all winter.
Cen. Kosecrans Much Hotter.
"Washington, Dec. 12. At midnight
Gen. Bosecrans was resting easily and
there was every indication that he
would pass a quiet night. The General
himself maintains that he is much
better. Mentally he is brighter than
for some days past The General now
hopes that he will soon resume his
desk in the Treasury department.
"Will Eimers returned from Omaha
Mrs. O. More went to Norfolk to make
a short visit.
Miss Ella Fulton paid a visit to friends
at Xewinan Grove Wednesday.
Principal E. D. Lehman attended the
Teachers' Association at Platte Center
The pnblic school board are consider
ing tho proposition of putting in a fur
nace to heat the buildiDg.
Mrs. Wm. Eimers returned home Sat
urday from Chicago, where she has been
visiting relatives and friends. Will
! ' rr i ' i ir t. j I
derson of Humphrey and Mr. Broden I
Married, Dec. 1st, Miss Martha Fed
Ketelson of Lost Creek township. They
will spend the winter in Humphrey.
Robert Marsh and family left Satur
day morning for Salt Lake City where
they will spend a couple of weeks visit
ingfriends,and will then proceed to their
new home at San Barnardino, Cal. His
many friends wish him success in his
The Teachers' Association met at
Platte Center Saturday with an attend
ance of thirty-five and a good program
was rendered. Supt. Rothleitner read a
paper that would be of benefit to every
officer and parent of Platte county. It
gave the condition of the schools and
pointed out many defects that can only
be removed by the combined efforts of
officers and parents.
A light fall of snow this morning, the
first of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rothleitner were
the guests of D. L. Bruen's family last
We understand that Wm. Steinbeck
and J. H. Hellbush havo each purchased
A chart for tho uso of the school was
recently purchased by tho Board in the
After Ulrich von Bergen's sale Dec.
12th, ho will start on a travelling tour,
probably going to Europe.
School began Monday of this week
Dec. 5th, in tho Spoerry district, Miss
Gertrude Phillips, teacher.
Mrs. M. E. Tigner is recovering from
her recent illness, caused by a severe
cold and other complications.
George Strecter has some fino views of
tho cemetery on his farm, done by pho
tographer Shuck of Columbus.
Preparations are going on for Christ
mas trees in various localities. Look
out for Santa Claus, little folks!
J. S. Freeman and wife loft their homo
last week for Pennsylvania, where they
will remain for an indefinite period.
Mrs. Fred. Luchsinger, who under
went a surgical operation at Fremont a
few weeks ago, is reported to bo worse.
Mr. Moore, northwest of here, is sell
ing out preparatory to moving to Wyo
ming. Brookbank Bros, of Clarks are buying
and baling hay in this neighborhood.
The price is advancing.
A married Polander and a young vir
gin of this place havo eloped, so it is re
ported, leaving a wife in destituto cir
cumstances. The contest of Blodgett vs. Gerbcr is
exciting ssmo comment here. Tho sen
timent is about evenly divided, and tho
outcome is anxious! v awaited by some.
Married, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 181)2, at tlio
residence of Mrs. Mahler of Duncan, Ed.
Husiscoto and Frederica Pieper. Tho
ceremony was performed by Rev. Miess
ler in tho presence of a largo concourse
of relatives and friends of the couple.
Tho time was merrily passed in different
ways, and tho presents received by the
contracting parties were many and
The Chicago, Milwaukee x St. Paul
By is tho only lino running solid vest
ibuled, electric lighted anu steam heated
trains between tho Missouri river and
Chicago, consisting of new palace sleep
ing cars, olegant free reclining chair
cars, luxurious coaches and tho finest
dining cars in the world. The berth
reading lamp in its palaco sleeping cars
is patented and cannot bo used by any
other railway company. It is the great
improvement of tho 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 Fr't. and Pass. Agt.,
20jantf 1501 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
"I have just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year," says
Mr. James O. Jones, publisher of tho
Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In tho 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 tho first at
tack. The second attack I am satisfiod
would have been equally as bad as the
first but for tho uso of this remedy, as I
had to go to bed in about six hours after
being 'struck' with it, while in tho first
caso I was able to attend to business
about two days before getting 'down.' "
50 cent bottles for sale by C. E. Pollock
x Co. and Dr. Ileintz, Druggists. tf
We want every mother to know that
croup can bo prevented. True croup
never appears without a warning. Tho
first symptom iB hoarseness; then the
child appears to havo tnKen a cold or a
cold may havo accompanied tlio hoarse
ness from the start. After that a pe
culiar rough cough is developed, which
is followed by tho croup. Tho time to
act is when tho child first becomes
hoarso; a few doses of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will prevent tho attack.
Even after a rough cough has appeared
tho 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
x Co. and Dr. Ileiutz, druggists. tf
Some foolish people allow a cough
to run until it gets beyond tho reach of
medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will
wear away, but in most cases it wears
them away. Could they bo induced to
try tho successful medicine called
Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a posi
tive guarantee to cure, they would im
mediately see tho excellent effect after
taking the first dose. Price 50c and SI.
Trial size free. At till druggists. 33-y
Tho homeliest man in Columbus as
well as the handsomest, and others are
invited to call on any druggist and get
freo a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for
tho throat and lungs, a remedy that is
selling entirely upon itB merits and is
guaranteed to relieve and cure all
chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bron
chitis and consumption. Large bottles
50 cents and SI. All druggists. 33-y
"When Baby vraa sicV, -wo gae her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When shu became Miss, bhe clun to Castoria.
When hlio had Children, sho gave them Castoria.
English Spavin Liniment removes .ill
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem
ishes from horses, Blood Spavin, Curbs,
gplints, Ring Bone, Sweeney, Stifles,
Sprains, Sore and Swollen Throat,
Coughs, etc. Save S50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted tho most wonderful
Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by C.
B. Stillman, druggist. 26novlyr
St. Patrick's PnvLs 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.
In tho matter of the estate of Harry M. Morey,
NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of
an order of J. J. Sullivan, judge of the
district court of Platte county, made on the 15th
day of October, 1892. for the sale of the real
estate hereinafter described, there will be sold
at public vendue, for cash, the following de
scribed real estate, to wit: The undivided one
half interest in the southwest quarter (S. W. J)
and the undivided one-half interest in the west
one-half of the southeast quarter (8. E. ?) sec
tion twenty-one (21), township seventeen (17),
range 1 east in Platte county, Nebraska, subject
to a mortgage of $3,525.00 on the entire interest.
Sale will be held at tho Morey residence on the
premises above described at the hour of 1 o'clock
p. m. on the 7th day of January, 1893. Said sale
will remain open one hour.
Administrator of the estate of Harry M. Morey.
To all whom it may concern:
The Board of Supervisors, of Platte County.
Nebraska, in regular session this day, declared
as opened the following section lines, for public
Commencing at the N. E. corner of the N. W.
U of Section 4, Town 19, Range 2, West, and
running thence west on Section line one-half
(H) mile, and terminating at tlio N. V. corner of
said N. W. U of Section 4. Town 19, llange 2,
West, and known and designated as the "Air
Now all objections thereto, or claims for dam
aces caused thereby must be filed in the County
Clem s office, at Columbus, Nebraska, on or be
fore noon, February 7 th. A. D.. 1893, or the loca
tion may be mado without further reference
Dated this 23th day of November. 1892.
G. W. PHILLIPS,
7-Dec-4t County Clerk.
To all whom it may concern:
Tho special commissioner appointed to view
and report upon a proposed public road, com
mencing at tho South East corner of tho 8. W. U
of S. W. i of Section 2, Town 17, Range 2 west,
and running thence duo south about 80 rods to
the South East corner of tho N. W. U of N. W. U
of Section 11, and running thenco due east about
three-fourths () of a mile, and terminating at
a public road running north and couth between
Sections Hand 12, Town 17, Range 2 west: (the
said proposed road to bo known as tlio "Oconee
Road,") has reported favorably thereupon.
Now all objections to the' location of tho said
proposed road, or claims for damages caused
thereby, mutt bo filed in tho County Clerk's
office, at Columbus, Nebraska, on or before noon
January 24th, A. D. lS'.tt.nr the said location may
be made without further refcrenco thereto.
Dated this 23d duj of November, 1692.
G. W. PuiLLira,
To all whom it may concern:
The Hoard of Supervisors, this day in regular
session, declared oxned the following section
lines as a public road viz:
Commencing at tho northwcnt corner of Sec
tion 23, Town 17, Range 3 West, and running
thenco cast one-half 0-) mile, on section line,
and terminating at tho northwest corner of tho
northeast quarter (M),of tho said Section 28, and
known and designated as tho"Sibbcrnsen Road."
Now all objections thereto or claims for dama
ges caused thereby must be filed in theotiicoof
the County Clerk of Platto County, Nobraska, on
or beforo noon, February 7th, A. D., 1893, or the
said road may bo duly located without further
Dated November 25th, ISM.
G. W. PHILLIPS.
7-Dec-lt County Clem.
The State of Neruaska, ?
County of Platto, J
In tho County Court, in and for said County.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas Thom
azin, deceaMil, late of said County.
At a session of tho County Court for said
County, Iioldeu at tho County Judge's oilice in
Columbus, in said County, on the 2nd day of
December, A. D., 1S92, present. W. N. Hensley,
County Judge. On reading and filing tho duly
verified iietition or George Thomazin. praying
that letters of administration bo issued to Mary
Ann Thonmzin, on tho estate of said decedent.
Thereupon, it is ordered that the 24th day of
December, A. D., lbVi, at 10 o'clock, a. in., be
assigned for the hearing of said petition at the
County Judge's oilice in said county.
And it is further ordered, that duo legal notice
bo given of tlio pendency and hearing of said
!etition by publication in The Columbus
.Iouunu., for three successive publications.
Dated, Columbus, Neb., Dec. 2nd. lhfti.
W. N. HENSLEY,
7dec-3t County Judge.
Clcorgc W. HiiM defendant, (impleaded with
J John W. Kaily, Jueoh Krnst. Marshall Smith,
George W. dottier nnd J. ('. Titfnuy defendants)
will take notlee, that on the 7 th dav of Novem
ber, IS92, the County of Platte plaintiff herein,
filed its iietition in tlio district court of Platte
county, Nebraska, the object and prayer of
which" Is to recover of mid defendants the sum
of J4,C(J7.'J.1 with interest nnd peiuibies upon a
certain otlieial bond executed and delivered to
said plaintiff by the defendant, Earl- us princi
pal find the otlier defendants as sureties for a
breach of tho conditions of bond. For
a full statement of plaintiff's said cause
of action, see said petition on tile.
The said George W. IIuNt, defendant
is further notified that two orders of attach
ment have issued in said cause against the
proierty of the said (,'eorge W. Hulst. one di
rected to the sheriff of Platte county, Nebraska,
under anil by virtue of which the Columbus
State Hunk of Columbus, Nebraska, has been
garnlcheed as the supposed debtor of Ceorge W.
Hulst, and one directed to the sheriff of Mer
rick county, said state, under and by virtue of
which the following described real estate has
been attached as the property of the said George
W. Hulsttov.it: The south half of the north
eastquarter and the north half of the southeast
quarter of section eighteen in township fifteen,
north of range four west of the sixth principle
meridian, in Merrick county. Nebraska, as the
property of the said George V. Hulst. You are
required to answer said petition on or before
the 26th dav of December, 1892.
The Comity of Platte of the State of Nebraska.
By I. L. Albert, its Attorney.
Notice is hereby Riven that by virtue of three
chattel mortgages, which are hereinafter de
One dated May 10th. 16iU. and duly filed and
recorded in tho office of the County Clerk of
l'latte County, Nebraska, on tho said 19th day
of May, ls'J2. and executed by David Carriu to
The Columbus State Hank, of Columbus, Ne
braska, to secure the payment of tho sum of
S-,:'0.C0, and upon which there is due at the
first publication hereof, tho sum of 2(29.43.
One dattd Juno lib, 1H92, and duly filed and
recorded in the oilice of the County Clerk of
Platte County, Nebraska, on the said Wh day of
June, 1MJ2, and executed by David Cnrric to
John F. Dineen, to secure the payment of tho
sum of S300.W, and upon which there is duo at
tho first publication hereof, tho sum of $315.00.
Ono dated August 20th. 1S02, and duly filed
and recorded in tho oilice of tho County Clerk
of Platto County, Nebraska, on tho 30th day of
August. 1S92, and executed by David Carrig to
James G. lteeder, as trustee for George Wagner,
Aller8 A Company, S. S. Hell, and 11. II. Henry,
executor of the estate of Andrew Henry, de
ceased, to wcti re the pajment of the sum of
S3.W0.00. and upon which there is due at the first
publication hereof, tho sum of $3,!00.00.
Default having b-en made in the iiayment of
each of the said sums of money, and no snit or
otlier proceedings at law having boon instituted
to recover said debt, or any part thereof, there
fore we will sell tho property in each and all of
said mortgages described, viz:
Two black geldings i and 5 jears old, one bay
mare 5 ears old, ouo black mare.' years old,
one black mnrc colt 3 years old, ono bayhorso
colt 1 jear old, ono liay mnre colt 1 jear old,
two black mares 11 years edd each, also the in
crease of said mares since Slay 10th. 1802, forty
nine stock hogs about 20 months old. together
with the increaso of said hogs since May 10th.
IK1, two lumlsT wagons, two mowing machiiies,
one twine binder, four sets of double harness,
three plows, ono corn planter, two Polled-Angus
bulls each two jearH old, flfty-ono head of steers
2 and 3jears old, 41 cows from 3 to 5 jears old,
together with the increase of said cows from
May l'.'th, 1302, six yearling steers and five jear
ling heifers, twenty-fivo head of Polled-Angus
calves, also a great quantity of corn, oats and
wheat, being all of the corn, oats and wheat or
other grain raised by the said David Carriir dur
ing the year lfciC, also all other personal proierty
on said mortgagor's farm, at public auction 8t
the dwelling-house end farm of tho said David
Carrig, in Lost Creek Township, in Platte
Count-, Nebraska, on the 22nd day of December,
lb02, at tho hour of 10 o'clock, A. M., of said
COLUMBUS STATE BANK,
JOHN F. DINEEN.
JAMES G. HEEDER. Trustee,
CI Harrington & Co.,
HARD AND SOFT
C O AL
THE VERY BEST tMMKET.
Near B. & M. Depot.
1 PACKAGE ,
FOR THt CURE OF
VITALLY WZAK1. lU4MbrtM eUMuUMtIon to
tuliww aUay: amn bwbuI itrmlaor arter: HxriL
I U atiUl Uf,rTUk) kasiu nuuft la mla.
I llf,er lUou kttlti nuufi la yasl
ABB TKT1MTD IgBTTCB BniLtTT
miitnnw saws uiUTTar
mnuim. ananas airnn. .5-
TeLCTTiav Laaaatavuk (iiLrurn inn .
m ""'" aua. Tsiaa ar aid. aaCrta f. ,t.i.
Vaateaa to at aatwarto. ttat aay kaaw taa traa aaaaJUaa
Laeatad la Vav Yark (afttr IS aarattgt.Laali).wa aSu
S?.!? " T MMbratoa rutin tMataaab
OY W. Hfat. ChatnlatSa
An immense line of
you 20 per cent.
In abundant Styles and Varieties,
$3.50. Boys' Overcoats, S2.50.
German Beaver Overcoats, in brown
SlO.OO-evorybodv asks S12.00 for them.
Men's all-wool Kerseys,
WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Ml aid MS' SUITS !
WINTER CAPS cannot be surpassed
in Styles and Prices.
ISE 0NL7 ONE PRICE STORE IS PLATTE C0UNT7.
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
MAURICE A. MAYER,
THE GLOBE CLOTHIER,
Thirteenth St., Columbus. Ncbr.
Cash - Bargain - Store !
Our Store is loaded with Bargains that von can't
afford to pass. REAL, TRUE BARGAINS.
Hundreds of pairs of Samplo Gloves good warm
ones, at less than wholesale prico.
Good Jersey Shirts for men, 25c. Best Calicoes fie.
Good warm Underwear.
BLANKETS and STOCKINGS
at about half the usual price. Good Cotton Flannol 5c
All Best Dress Buttons, 5c doz. Pins and Neediest
A big lino of Clothing bought at a forced sale. We
sell at less than usual cost.
are nice nnd fresh the best at lowest prices. Best
Coffee, 20c pkg. Best Rico, Gc. Smoking Tobacco,
15c lb. bag. Sugar at Omaha prices. Everything by
the dozen or quantity at Omaha wholesale cost.
TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS. Wo have the big
gest lot outside of Omaha, from tho penny whistle to
Fine Albums. Silk Handkorchiofs, Mufflers, Dolls, etc.,
etc., and at reasonable prices. NoJ fancy-store prices
with us. fBring your Produce.-BO
ORGANS, PIANOS, SEWING XACHINr,
for (Jash or payments, at Chicago
F. H. LAMB & CO.,
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL AND NEW LINE
OF GKOCERIES WELL SELECTED.
CANNED AND DRIED. OF ALL KINDF
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
Andallkindsof country producetakrn intra
and all goods deli vered free of charge
toany part of the city .
KEEP ONLYTHEDESTGRADEEOF FLOUlt
J. 1U DKLSJIAIY.
JatwirMatTi JaTaa t Traa A Ca. tattroctad
aad ataitad ma. 71 workadttaadlly and mada monay faster
than 1 ajepactad to. I bacaata abla to bay an lalsad and band
aamsllanmmarbotal. If I don't aaecaad at that. I will go
to work apla at tha basiaeas In which I mads ray monay.
Traa afc Vm.t Shall wa Instruct sad start yea. faadart
If wa do. and if Toa work iadastrioulr. von will In dn.
Umabe abla to bay an Island aad build a hotal. If yon wish
to. Maaay can ba aarsad at oor aew Uas of work, ras-
Idly aad honorably, by those ofeltber tax, yoaar or old.
Soaaa; or Old.
to. Any ons
m ia wv own igcauvw, waervaar war utv. Any one
can do the work. Easy to learn. wVttaralaa avarythlac. No
risk. Yon can derotoyoar spar momenta, or
nrnts, or all y oar I
bBnn wenderftil i
to wa worn, rnis entirely new isaa cen
cats to erery worker. Beginners are saralag fromBKU
Bar week and nnwards. and mora after a little am.
rieaee. We can furnish yoo the employment weUechyoo.
FJBEk. Tbielsaaaj-eofatarTalonaUifnn. iarih.T.1.
another great, asefal. wealth-giving wonder. Orast galas
will reward erery iodaatrieas worker. Wherever yea are.
and whatever yoa are doiag. yon waat to know aboat this
woaderfel work at oaee. Delay means much money lost to
yea. He apace to explain here, bst if yoa will write to as.
them, and guarantee to save
in brown, S12.00, worth
- iTJlkffBTJS, NISBR.
IT 18 A DBTY yaa ewe yevnelf and fam.
yrte get the kmjslie for year noner.
W. I Dewlae Hkees, which represent the
will teSf Prices aakea, as cheasmaee
UrtlliE NO SUBSTITUTE..!
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE .J.ojL,u
IK BEST SHOE M11JEW)U0rMTK MONET.
A Beaalae lewea ahoe, that uriU not rip, flna
calf, aeamleBa. smooth Inside, flexible, mora com
fortable, stylish apd durable than any other shoe ever
eold at the price. Fini't, rar"rn mylff i hot ttlng
from AM to vs.
I and 9o Haad aewed, flneealf ihoes. Tha
r most stylish, easy and dirabte ahnea nrrr anM
the price. .They equal one Imported aboea costlna
CO 50 Police Skoe, worn by farmers and alt
wi others who want a good heavy calf, three
aoled. extension edge shoe, easy to walk In. and will
keep the feet dry and warm.
9 SO Fine Calf, tt.$5 and . Work.
iBBBaea'aShoeawUlgtre more wearfor tha
money than any othor make. They are made for ser-
lee. The Increasing Mies snow that worklngmea
Rawc' 9?ss "" Yeatfca 1.75 Sekeol
haea are worn by the boys erery-
lJ.HiB.tt l-8 Ua-M-we, tj Ji.
XHamaax WmiVlllllhainM .t t honrlro
H-fi f .
MImm an made of the best Do&goia or fine
Dongoia or flna Calf, aa
uals custom made ahaMMtlna
Ladles who wish taaennomlza In
ear are finding; this out.
Btiaa. W.L.Douclas'nama anil tha t
stamped on tha bottom of each shoe; look for It
when you buy. Beware of dealers attempting to sab
atltata other makes for them. Each substitutions are
fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law for ob
taining money under false pretences.
W. JL. DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mas. Sold by
Wm. SHILZ, Olive St., Columbus.
5JnI v 'fli-T.m
HEB1AN OEHLBIGH & BRO.
Offer all kinds of
Field Seeds at VERY
Call and see them.
: mar s mo.
OPENED SEPT. 28.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
Cents' - Furnishing - Goods
THEIR PLACE OF
H, : Iffl!
This Establislinient is now
READY FOR BUSINESS
And with fall confidence of feeing 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.
1 OPENED SEPT. 28. I
2'bbbW bBT AqC mt1 LTP. VHbB bbB bB bw mbH Va
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
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
Millions of 3Iothcrs. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
fevcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting; Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is an excellent medicine f o" chil
dren. Mothers liave repeatedly told n:o of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Osgood,
" Castoria is the bcit remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hopo tho day U not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and usa Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents do-.vn their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Dn. J. F. Kkcciieloe,
The Contanr Company, TT Marr&7 Streot, New York Citr.
Dr. CLARK'S INSTITUTE
FOIt TIIK TREATMENT or THE
Drink Habit I
Also Tobacco, Morphine and
other Narcotic Habits.
tSfPrivate treatment kivcii if ricMrcd.
Wavkuly, Iowa, Nov. 13, l?9i,
G. D. Bruco Tudor. Emi..
Dear Sir: After wearing your ulasses thrro
weekH I feel I cannot f-ay onouirh for them, nor
for your siecial mi-tlioil of skillful littinr.
For the pant eighteen jears I have lceu a con
stant sufferer from ilefwtie sicht -Compound
Myopic Astigmatism. XothinK I could cet was
Hntiufnctory until your examination which I
noticed was strictly scientific, and inspired ino
at once with confidence in ourahiIity.
I now havo no trouble in nndim; the finest
mint by niirht ordar: and to nil tho-j in need of
clashes i modt cneeriuliy recommend
J. E. 1'OMEKOY, 31. 1).
Mr. Tudor will examine eyes at A. Heintz'a
OPENED SEPT. 28.
5uu inmtriitiHii irammn nrri
new dealers in
BUSINESS IS THE
1 : M
1 OPENFD XFPT. 9R. 1
h eMaeeBBv p as a aat
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I ix-eommend itaasuperiortoanypreacriptioo
known to me."
II. A. AscnsR, M. D..
Ill So. Oxford St.,.Iirooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have cpo'-ca highly of their experi
ence in tl.oir outside practico with Castoria,
and although wo only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet wo are free to coufss that tho
ineria of Castoria has won U3 to look with
favor upon it."
United H03rrr.it. and DisrraasBT,
Aara C. Surra, JVe.,
FQr.l.n?Fmat,on " freo TTandbook write to
JIUNN. A CO., 31 BnOADWAV. SEW YORK.
Oldest bnrena lor securing patents In America,
fcvery patent taken out by us is brought beforo
tho public by a notlco given free of charge la the
Larrest circulation of any scientific paper In the
world. DlonllillT illnatntiHl. tin intoliiimnt
nun snomu oo wunoui It.
year: tUO six months. Ad
it .. ....:: '? nrz?-z?m
Address MUNN CO.
luiiLisnEKd.3Gl -Broadway. Now York.
A now and Complete Treatment, consisting of
Suppositories, Ointment in ("npsnles, also in
iloxand I'ills;a Positive Cure for External, In
ternal Wind or Bht-dinjr Itching, Chronic. Ke
cent or Hereditary I'ilw.nnd many otherdiweasea
and female weakne?H, it i always a great ben
efit to the general health. The first discovery of
ji medical cure rendering an operation with tho
knife unnecessary hereafter. This Kemedy han
netcr been known to fail. $1 j;r box. 6 for $5;
sent by mail. Why suffer from thi terriblo di-
ease when a written guarantee is positively given
with 6 taxes, to refund the money if not cured.
wie, io reiunu me money
aenti stamp for free Sample. Guarantee issued.
by A. HKINTZ, sole agent, Columbus, Neb,
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