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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBKK 21. 1892
The engineers have begun work on the
power canal from Fremont to Omaha.
'The state board of health have, in two
years, issued certificates to 1,442 physi
cians, 50 of whom are ladies.
G. AL IiAMBEBTSox of this state has
been nominated and confirmed as assist
ant secretary of the treasury.
A Montana man offers, for 90 cents
apiece, to make for the government bet
ter silver dollars than are now issued.
Thebe is a probability that the repub
licans may organize the next U. S. sen
ate. More astonishing things have
Febhaps William E. Gladstone of
England will be the orator at the formal
opening of the World's Columbian expo
sition, May 1.
Henbt T. Oxnabd of Grand Island has
received a U. S. treasury check for S30,
000 on account of bounty for beet sugar
manufactured in Nebraska.
An exchange says: Nebraska has the
largest creamery in the world, located at
Fremont; and the largest ice house in
.the world, located at Ashland.
Those who buy paper will be glad to
learn that a new company has been
started at Omaha with a capital sufficient
to do a "live-and-let-live" business.
Tuesday last, from morning to noon,
Kansas had the heaviest snowfall of the
season eight inches to a foot. The snow
was very heavy and in many places bore
down telegraph and telephone wires.
A FBiGHTFUi. accident occurred on the
Great Northern railroad near Minneapo
lis, Minn., Sunday, in which eight men
were killed and five seriously injured. A
fire added to the horror of the scene.
The World's fair buildings and grounds
are now in the possession of the United
States government, and "Old Glory"
floats from the Administration building,
Director-General Davis having moved in.
The very serious illness of James G.
Blaine was announced Sunday. He hns
rallied somewhat since that, but accord
ing to the most reliablo accounts his
death may be expected almost any day.
The affront given Speaker Crisp by
the mugwump democrats of New York
will probably make him speaker of the
' next house. This kind of small firearms
is more dangerous at the breach than at
Republicans, if they were actuated
merely by party interests, would prefer
to have the three branches of the govern
ment in full control of the democracy,
but they will not assist them to elect
any senators, all the same.
Engineer P. M. Btones was looking
out of his cab window at Buttes, Wyo
ming, as the fast mail rushed by, and the
catcher, or stationary crane, struck him
on the right side of the head, nearly
tearing off the entire scalp.
At a meeting of tho State Grange at
Kearney last week, the free coinage of
silver, the non-ownership of land by
aliens, and the reduction of freight rates
were the approved sentiments. The
membership of the state is put down at
Fbank Bruce, one of the most notori
ous crooks and safe blowers in the conn
try, was arrested last week in Milwaukee,
as the man wanted for the robbery and
attempted murder of Pollock on the train
near California Junction. Iowa, several
Spar Crrr, the now mining camp near
Creed, Colorado, promises to be of much
more consequence than its neighbor.
The claims already located, 150, run from
$ 100 to $1,500 a ton. The railroad is
completed to within sixteen miles. The
best prospecting is 6till in a southwest
The elements at work in both houses
at Washington are not the most harmo
nious in the world. The Cleveland and
the Hill democrats are sure to develop
the animosity that they have been en
deavoring to conceal for party purposes,
and when they get at it in real earnest,
the sound and the fury of the combat
will reach even unto Nebraska.
A serious accident befell Al. Iloig, a
fanner near Table Rock, his arm being
caught in acorn shelter and badly mang
led. His physician decided that the
operation of skin grafting would be
necessary, and Mrs. Hoig"was taken as
one of the subjects, twenty pieces being
taken from her arm and grafted into Mr.
Hoig's arm. The operation was a success.
It is the duty of property owners to
list their property, and of the assessors
to place a value on it, and the law re
quires that this shall be its actual value,
and yet assessors meet every year in the
several counties of the state, to settle
upon a basis, aimed to be one-fifth of the
actual value. The law ought to be
changed or means devised for its en
forcement. A Scotch engineer is said to have solv
ed the problem of making a mill run with
the water that has passed. It is reported
by a Glasgow paper that a resident en
gineer has devised an arrangement by
which all the steam used by an engine is
retained to the boiler. As a result it is
aid that as much energy can be gotten
oat of one ton of coal as is now secured
by the consumption of seven tons.
The Republicans in the Nebraska leg
islature will not have performed one of
the principal duties for which they were
elected if they fail to legislate upon rail
road rates. Republican inactivity in this
direction has almost proved the defeat of
the party in two state elections, and the
voice of ths people is undeniably in favor
of equitable legislation upon freight
rates at an early date. Kearney Era.
The next legislature should pass a
-law to tax the inheritants of the wealthy.
Nebraska is now becoming wealthy in
aa individual sense, and all who die
worth $5,000 or over should be taxed 1
per cent cf that amount for the good of
the' county or city in which he lived. A
IiV drawn up to conform to the New
York law would be safe. New York city
will receive about $1,000,000 from the
lUath of Jay Gould. Niobrara Pioneer.
Reciprocity is Not Free Trade.
A correspondent propounds this query:
To decide a wager, will you please inform us
whether or not reciprocity is a feature of free
Reciprocity is a distinct and absolute
limitation of the principle of free trade.
The articles made the basis of reciprocity
agreements between the United States
and other countries are these, and these
only: Sugar, molasses, coffee, tea and
hides. Every one of these articles is on
the free list of the McKinley bill, it being
sound protective doctrine that when any
article can not be produced at home, or
not in nearly sufficient quantity for the
demand of the country consuming it, it
should be admitted without duty, be
cause such duty would not be protective
of a home industry, and therefore, from
a protectionist's standpoint, it is a need
less and oppressive duty.
Having made this explanation of the
principle governing protective duties, we
call attention to these extracts from the
tariff law now in operation:
Sec 2. On and after the Glli day of October,
18f0, unless otherwise specially provided lor- in
this act, the following article, when imported,
shall be exempt from duty.
603 Hides, raw or uncured. whether dry,
ailtAil nr nirlrled.
720 Sugar, nil under sixteen Dutch standard
: ,ir- nil innlc Imttoms. all siiKar draining.
svruiw of cane juice, melatla, concentrated mo-
lates, anil moiassef .
732 Tea and tea plants.
Now, if this were all that were said of
these articles there would be free trade
in them; any country could send them
into the United States free of duty, no
matter how strongly that country might
discriminate against goods that tho
United States exports.
But observe these words in tho pream
ble of section 2: "Unless otherwise
socially provided for in this act." This
clause prepares the way for tho protec
tive featuro of the reciprocity conditions
of tho MsKinley bill, which read thus:
Sec 3. Whenever, and so often ns the
President shall le satisfied that tin n eminent
of any country producing and exporting sugars,
tnoltiASCs, coffee, tea, and hides, raw and wirur
ed, or ami of these art telex, impi)CB duties or
other exactions uikiu tho agricultural or other
products of the United Slates which, in view of
the free introduction of such siuar, molasses
coffee, tea, and hides into the United State-, he
may deem unequal and unreasonable, he t,hall
hare poirer, and it shall be hiiduli,to usend
In proclamation the provisions of the act relat
ing to the frte introduction of such sugars, etc.
Thus tho McKinley bill announces two
repositions: First, that as wo do not
produce any coffee or tea in the United
States, and not sufficient molasses, sugar,
and hides to satisfy our demand, there
fore it is wise to admit these articles
duty free. And, second, that inasmuch
as wo ought to sell a part of tho surplus
of our agricultural or manufactured
products to tho countries from which wo
buy our sugars, hides, tea, coffeo and
molasses, therefore tho President shall
have power to suspend the operation of
freo trade in theso things with such
conntries as discriminate against our
exports, and to imposo certain duties,
defined in section 3, as 3 cents per pound
sugars, 10 cents on coffees, and from l3s
to 2 cents on sugars, and 4 cents per
gallon on molasses imported from such
countries. This clearly is a limitation
of free trade in these articles.
Let us see how reciprocity has worked.
Long before the McKinley bill, indeed
under tho tariff of 1842, and all that have
succeeded it coffee and tea have been
freo of duty except during tho period of
the war. That is to say, we have had
freo trade in theso articles. But not
withstanding that tho United States
regularly bought three-fourths of the
whole coffeo crop of Brazil, letting it in
free of duty, Brazil bought very little
flour, cotton goods, lard, moats, and other
farm products from us, and very much
from England, which bought less than
one-fourth of its coffeo crop. Brazil
laid heavy duties on all that tho United
States exported to it. But when the
reciprocity clause came into effect, Brazil
at once consented to let nearly all our
farm products come in free, and reduced
its duties on many manufactured goods,
because it knew that if it did not do so
our President would impose duties, on
its coffees, whilo permitting those of
other countries to come in free. In like
manner Germany, from which we pur
chase millions of dollars' worth of beet
sugar, at onco removed its embargo on
American pork when it became evident
that tho President would enforce duties
on German sugar in retaliation for its
prohibition of American pork.
So that instead of reciprocal trade be
ing freo trade, it is purchased trade,
trade for which Germany, Brazil, Cuba,
and other conntries givo something to
tho United States in return for the priv
ileges of entering their goods in the
American market. Inter Ocean.
Tire manufacture of binding twine can
be carried on successfully in Nebraska
without the advantages offered by the
binding twine trust. The factory at
Fremont will bo started again in a few
davs and will produce about 4,000 pounds
of twine daily until next fall. The
hemp used by this concern is grown in
tho vicinity and is a profitable crop to
the farmer. Tho steadily increasing
acreage of small grain in this stato is
affording an enlarged market for the
product of tho factory and the industry
promises to become ono of considerable
magnitude ana importance, runs year
by year Nebraska goes forward in the
direction of producing within her own
borders the articles of common uso
which would otherwise have to be im
ported. There is yet a largo field for
enterprise in tho way of manufacturing,
however, and tho sooner it is occupied
tho better for tho interests of the state.
Public prayer addressed to God and
aimed at the congregation neither gains
his ear nor persuades them. It not only
falls short of being pious, it is not man
ly. At a recent convention, when a
brother who rose, after an address by
another brother, attempted to demolish
its arguments in a form of prayer, he
left the impression on some of the hear
ers that ho was afraid to stand up man
fully and reply to what had been said.
Onco when a young minister, who was
displeased with the conduct of some of
his people, had expressed in public
prayer his opinion of their actions, a
good sister said to him: ''When you
want to scold us, do so, but don't spoil
our devotions by praying at us." He has
since said that that was some of the most
valuable advice ho over received. David
There are four leading candidates for
the speakership of tho house. Mr. Oak
ley of Lancaster, Mr. Jensen of Fillmore,
Mr. Keckley of York and Mr. Crane of
Douglas. Mr. Jensen was in town yes
terday, and frankly stated that he was
out for tho position. He said that he
had assurances of support from every
direction, but added that it was a free
for all, and that of courso he was not
saying who was going to be elected. He
spoke pleasantly of his competitors, and
expressed a wish that whoever takes tho
chair, the session may bo devoted strict
ly to business and the sensible adminis
tration of the affairs of tho state. Lin
Capt. Culver of Milford, speaking the
other day at a G. A. R. meeting at Cen
tral City, called attention to the books
which profess to give the history of the
Rebellion, and spoke especially of
Barnes's Brief History of the United
States, which, he said, was f nil of errors,
mude intentionally so as not to interfere
with the sale of their history south of
the Mason and Dixon line. Wo have
called the attention of Journal readers
to this matter before, but a little more
on such an important subject is not out
of the way.
. Mrs. Besaxt's lectures at Omaha Sun
day and Monday evenings on Theosophy
proved of interest to a number of listen
ers. She adopted St. Paul's division'of
"body, soul and spirit" in describing the
component parts of man, the function of
the soul being to build up the body to
be a fit temple for the spirit, the divine
in man. Our social system should be so
changed as to embody the ideas of jus
tice and brotherly love.
MARTIN BURKE DEAD.
Another Crontn Murderer Die la the
Martin J. Burke, one .of the men sent
to Joliet prison for complicity in the
famous murder of Dr. Patrick Cronin
of Chicago, died at the penitentiary in
this city last night of quick consump
tion. His death was not unexpected,
as he had been sinking rapidly for
When Burke first entered the peni
tentiary in January, 1890, he was
placed in the cooper shop. He re
mained there until last summer, when
he contracted a severe cold which
steadily grew worse and necessitated
his change to lighter work. After a
short period in the shoe shop he went
to the "idle room" for three weeks,
and afterwards was removed to the
hospital, quick consumption having
The prison officials say that never to
their knowledge since his imprison
ment has Burke spoken one word in
regard to the Cronin case. He has been
uniformly friendly with all the at
tendants and talked freely on all
points except that one. "When an at
tempt would be made to open up that
subject he would resolutely decline to
talk. He has had but few visitors.
His attorney, Forrest, has been down
several times, and his brother-in-law,
Conway of Chicago, has visited him
regularly. Mr. Conway was notified of
the death and came down on the late
NEBRASKA MISCELLANEOUS MATTEnt.
Children playing with matches
around the barn of John Mason, near
Utica, caused the destruction of the
barn, graneries, corn crib& hay and
straw. The amount of the loss to Mr.
Mason is considerable, as all his oats,
wheat, corn and hay were destroyed.
All his stock was rescued.
John Fitzgerald, a youdg farmer
living nine miles west of Valentine;
while going home allowed his team to
run into a wire fence, throwing him
from tho wagon and breaking his
neck. Tho accident occurrea during
the night. The coroner's jury re
turned a verdict of accidental death.
The funeral of John Thomas was
held at Osceola last week. Mr. Thom
as was an old settler of Polk county
and about seventy years old. He was
out riding and the horse, in turning a
sharp corner, upset the buggy, throw
ing Mr. Thomas to the ground, strik
ing on his head and injuring him
George HarrelL a book-keeper for
tho commission house of Parkhouse &
Hopper, at South Omaha, was killed
by the cars at the unloading chutes of
the Union stock yards last week; "The
wheels passed over the abdomen,
crushingtho body, and almost cutting
him into two pieces. Just how Young
Harrell got under the wheels is a mys
tery. No one noticed him go under
and there was no knowledge of the
terrible accident until tho body was
found across the rail.
The beet sugar season in Nebras
ka is now practically ended, says the
Omaha Bee, and it appears that the
Grand Island factory has done a large
business. It has used 12, 000 tons of
beets and produced 2.110,100 pounds
of sugar. Such figures as these show
that the sugar industry is one of great
importance to the state. Its rapid
growth affords ground for the belief
that it is destined to become one of the
largest industries in the state.
Chancellor J. A. Canfield of the
Nebraska University has invited Mrs.
Ella W. Peattie to read a paper before
the literary societies of the university
on December 2, on the subject "Wo
men as Journalists." That is one of
a series of special topics which will be
treated during the winter by eminent
professional men and women of the
state, each in his or her own line, be
ing a living example of the success
that rewards ability and industry.
Ex-Republican Sheriff Warden
was in town today, says an Oak dis
patch, to complete arrangements with
S. A. Weaver, democratic candidate
for representative of this county at the
last election, to pay a bet. Warden
bet Weaver that McKeigham would
not have 2,000 majority in the Fifth
district and the wager was a walk
from Nelson to Oak, a distance of 121
miles. Tho ex-sheriff will make the
waik on Christmas day at 10 a. m.
and will be escorted by the Oak cornet
band. Mr. Warden will be tendered
a reception in the evening on his arri
val at Oak.
A receiver has been appointed by
the supreme court for the State Bank
of Johnson. The application made by
the Attorney general is based on the
renort of the examiner, which shows
that the bank is insolvent. Proceed
ings have been commenced in the
courts by individual creditors, and the
bank building and office fixtures have
been attached. Tho examiner reports
that he believes that of the bills paya
ble 50 per cent of the amount is worth
less. The liabilities lucluae: Capital
stock, $6,500; amount due First Na
tional bank ot Lincoln, $5210.06; col
lections, $1,260.27; notes and bills re
discounted, $5,750; deposits, $7,088.-
Mert Weaver, an electric lineman,
barely escaped a horrible death at
South Omaha. He was making a cir
cuit connection on an arc light when
the accident occurred. When he left
tho electric light power house he told
tho man in charge of the switch not
to turn on the current until he re
turned. Arriving at the feed master's
office, Weaver took hold of the top of
the arc light with one hand and the
electric light wire with the other. In
an instant he was knocked down, the
current having passed through his
arms. His feet were on a board coun
ter, and the shock was. materially
broken. Had he been standing on the
ground the electric folks say he would
have been-killed Instantly.
The section from one of the big Cali
fornia" redwood trees, which the govern
ment will exhibit in its building at the
World's Fair, has arrived at the grounds,
being transported thither on eleven
freight cars. It is twenty-three feet in
diameter, and thirty feet long- It will
be hollowed out, placed on end, divided
into two stories and lighted. It will
form a rustic house large enough for a
family to live in.
Near Summit. Mississippi, last Tues
day morning, a cyclone carried- destruc-n
tlOU UDU UttttbU III 1W WU1BD. O.UD UWUO"
of Rev. Young, a Baptist preacher, was
demolished, and the family rescued from
the ruins, were all found injured. Four
persons were killed and six wounded.
The path of the twister was 300 yards
wide, and the force of the wind was so
errant ns to carrv evervthintr near it.
Large pine trees were -uprooted and
snapped in pieces like pipe stems.
While M. Sherman, a grocer of Grand
Island, was sitting in his private ofHce
Monday night of last week, at about 11
o'clock, a man with a large handkerchief,
over bis face opened the deor,and at the
same time leveling a six-shooter at Sher
man's head, fired, but missed his' mark a
few inches. Sherman picked up a' chair
and started for his would-be murderer,
but the door was closed in his face and
the man escaped. f
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Ry 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
care, luxurious coaches and the finest
dining care in tho world. The berth
reading lamp in its palace sleeping care
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, Gen'l Agt.
W. S. Howell,
Traveling Fr't. and Pass. Agt.,
20jantf 1501 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb.
"I have just recovered fronj.Ji sec
ond attack of the grip this' yeaXTsays
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 tho first at
tack. The second attack I am satisfied
would have been equally as bad "as the
first but 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
We want every mother to know that
croup can be prevented. True cronp
never appears without a warning. The
first symptom is hoarseness then the
child appears to havo taKen u 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 cronp. The time to
act is when the child first becomes
hoarse; a few doses of Chamlierlaiu's
Cough Remedy will prevent tho attack.
Even after a rough cough has iipjeared
the disease may bo 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.PolIock
& Co. and Dr. Heintz, druggists. tf
The handsomest lady in Columbus
remarked to a friend tho other day that
she knew Kemp's Balsam for the throat
and lungs was a 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, you a
sample bottle free. Isarge size 50c and
si. 34-y ,
The 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 those
complaints are, according to statistics,
moro 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 Baln for
the throat and lungs. Trial size free.
Large liottles, 50c and SI. Sold by all
When Baby v.-as siclf, we gave her Costorfa.
When tiia was a Child, tho cried for Clitoris.
When tiiii became Jlks, the cluiig to Castoria,
Wheu she hud Children, she guv e t heal Castoria.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
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. Savo S50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted tho most wonderful
Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by C.
B. Stillman, druggint. 2dribvlyr
Rheumatism Cured in a Day, "Mys
tic Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia
radically cures in 1 to 3 djiys. Its action
upon the system is remarkable and mys
terious. It removes nt once tho canse
and the disease immediately disappears.
The first doso greatly benefits, 75 cents.
Sold by A. Heintz, druggist, Colum
bus, Neb. 14-y
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over tho
seat of pain a piece of flannel dampened
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Yon
will be surprised at the prompt relief it
affords. 50 cent bottles for sale by C.
E. Pollock & Co. and Dr. Heintz, drug
St. Patrick's 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.
To all whom it may concern:
The Board of Hnperrisora, this day in! regular
session. .declared opened the followuig section
lines as a public road viz: " t?r?1 ""
Commencing at'the northwest coraer.of Sec
tion 23, Town 17, Range 3 West, and running
thence east one-half 04) mile, on section line,
and terminating at the northwest corner of the
northeast quarter (U).of the said Section 28, and
Now all objections thereto or claims for dama
ges cansed thereby most be filed in the office of
the Connty Clerk of Platte County, Nebraska, on
r before noon, February 7th, A. D., 1893, or the
said road may be duly located without further
Dated November 25th, UAL
O. W. PHILLIPS,
7-Dec-tt County Clem.
To all whom it may concern:
The special commissioner appointed to view
and report upon a proposed public road, com
mencing at the South East corner of the 8. W. li
of 8. W. of Section 2, Town 17. Bango 2 west,
and running thence due south about 81) rods to
the South East corner of the N. W. hi of N. W. H
of Section 11, and running thence doe east about
three-fourths () of a mile, and terminating at
a public road running north and south between
Sections Hand 12. Town 17, Range 2 west: (the
Baid proposed road to be known as the "Oconee
Road,") has reported favorably thereupon.
Now all objections to the location of the said,
proposed road, or claims for damages caused
thereby, must be filed in the County. Clerk's
office, at Columbus, Nebraska, on or before noon
January 24ih, A. D. 1893, or tn said location may
be made without farther reference thereto.
Dated this 23d day of November, 1892.
O. W. Phillips,
To all whom it may concern: .
The Board of Supervisors, of Flatlet County,
Nebraska, in regular sewion 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
() mile, and terminating at the N. W. corner of
said N. W. U of Section 4. Town 19. Range 2.
West, and known and designated S; the "Air
Now all objections thereto, or chums for dam
ages caused thereby must be filed in the County
Clerk's office, at Columbus, Nebraska, on or be
fore noon, February 7th. A. D 1891, or the loca
tion may be made without further reference
Dated this 25th day of November, 1892.,,
u. w. rniiiuro.
Av JUST RECEIVED! .
An immense line of them, and guarantee to save
you 20 per cent.
In abundant Styles and Varieties.
$3.50. Boys' Overcoats, S2.50.
German Beaver Overcoats, in brown
810.00-everybody asks S12.00
Men's all-wool Kerseys,
WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
MEH'S ui BDIS' SUITS !
Our WINTER CAPS cannot be surpassed
in Styles and. Prices.
TEE 0NL7 OKE FUCE STOSE IX FL&TTE COUflTT.
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
MAURICE A. MAYER,
THE GLOBE CLOTHIER,
Thirteenth St., Columbus, Nebr.
Cash - Bargain - Store !
Our Store is loaded with Bargains that you can't
afford to pass. REAL, TRUE BARGAINS.
Hundreds of pairs of Samplo Gloves good warm
ones, at less than wholesale price.
Good Jersey Shirts for men, 25c. Best Calicoes 6c.
Good warm Underwear.
BLANKETS and STOCKINGS
at about half the usual price. Good Cotton Flannel 5c
- All Beet Dress Buttons, 5c doz. Pins and Needles
A bij; line of Clothing bought at a forced sale. We
sell at less than usual cost.
are nice and fresh tho best at lowest prices. Best
Coffee, 20c pkg. Best Rice, Cc. Smoking Tobacco,
15c lb. bag. Sugar nt Omaha prices. Everything by
the dozen or quantity at Omaha wholesale cost.
TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS. We have the big
gest lot outside of Omaha, from the penny whistle to
Fine Albums. Silk Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Dolls, etc.,
etc., and at reasonable prices. No fancy-store prices
with us. ESTBring your Produce."
ORGANS, PIANOS, SEWING MACHINt.
for Cash or payments, at Chicago
F. H. LAMB & CO.,
ALWAYS ON HAND A FDLL AND NEW LINE
OF GROCE1UES WELL SELECTED.
CANNED AND DRIED. OF ALL KINDF
GUARANTEED TO BE OF BE8T
DRY GOODS !
A GOOD AND WELL SELECTED STOCK Al
WAYS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAP-
BOOTS & SHOES !
TTHAT DEFJT COMPETITION.-
BUTTER AND EGGS
And al 1 kinds of country produce taken i n t rs
andallgoodndelivered free of charge
toany part of the city .
K&EP ONLY THE BE8TGRADESOF FLOUR
I. IB. DELSMAI.
EUtcrprUtacTawa-Maa: Tru A V tetrneUd
aad iluttd oaTl workadttwdily and mad taonay faatar
than I aspectad to. I becama abla to bay aa UUad and bolld
a (mall nomir botaL If I don't sneeeadat that. I will go
to work amin at tba barinaaa in which I mada my monay.
Trat 4e C.t Shall waiaitrnctaad ttart yon. nadart
If wa do. and if yon work indni triently. yon will In do
Urn ba able lobar an idand and boilda botaL If yonwUa
to. Maaey can ba aarnad at our lew Una of work, rap-
Miy ana Donoraoiy. dt iuom oi atuiar aex. young or om.
ana in weir own locaimei. wneraiar way w
ire. Any one
can do wa work. Eaay to learn, w rorniih
S thing. Mo
riak. Tow can derate yoarepare moments, or
to we work. Tblsem
naw lead Hhn w
eaea to etery worker. Beginners are earning; from SSCta)
r week and onward., aad mora aftar a little ene-
rleace. Woeaaforalab yon the employment w teach yon
FaTEE. This ie an age of marrelons things, and here is
another great, ntafol. waalth-glTing wonder. Great galas
wHl reward every inda.trieaa worker. Wherever yoa are,
and whatever yoa are doing, yon want to know aboat this
woaderfnl work at one. Delay meaaa much mosey lost to
yoa. Me space to explain here, bat If yon will writ to aa.
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a wv wm M.av .. w sww m mMi. 1
in brown, $12.00, worth
C. E. Harnuotou & Co.,
HARD AND SOFT
C O A I
THE VERY BEST CBMKET.
Near B. & M. Depot.
SEED - HOUSE
Offer all kinds Of
Field Seeds at VERY
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elaat dan trial AaMUmU
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pumas, traaaieeaeaia aaaaweiraaarea.ee we saararaua
esse aad prepare) aj.Hae aa offset a prompt earn.
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OPENED SEPT. 28.
Are the new
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
Gent?' - Furnishing - Goods.
THEIR PLACE OF
Gi : Bit : Tliutoiitli : lei.
This Establisliraent 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.
OPENED SEPT. 28.
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 Mothers. 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 tho food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
MCaatoria is an excellent medicine tor ebil
dren. Motiera bars repeatedly- told me of iu
good ffsTect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and uso Castoria in
destroying their loved ones, by forcingopiuni,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Eikchelok,
Tke Cemtamr Compaay, TT Marray Straet, New Trk Citr.
Dr. CLARK'S INSTITUTE
FOB THK TnEATXENT OF THE
Drink Habit !
Also Tobacco, Morphine and
other Narcotic Habits.
EsTPrivate treatment given if desired.
COLUMBUS, - - NEBRASKA.
Watebly, Iowa. Nov. 13, 18ftl,
G. D. Bruce Tudor. Esq..
Dear Sin After wearing your Klatwt three
weekit I feel I cannot Kay enouch for them, nor
for your special method of skillful fitting.
For the past eighteen jears 1 hate len a con
stant sufferer from defective sicht (Compound
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satisfactory until your examination which I
noticed was strictly scientific, ami inspired mo
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I now have no trouble in readinji Hie finest
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Scientific Optician. R M D
Mr. Tudor will examine eyes at A. Heintz'e
OPENED SEPT. 28
BUSINESS JS THE
OPENED SEPT. 28.
" Castoria U so well adapted to children that
I recommend it an superior to any prescription
known to me."
II. A. ARCitsx, M. D..
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians iu the children's depart
ment havo spoken highly of their experi-.
ence in their outsido practice with Castoria,
and although we only Lara among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet wo aro free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
Usitso Hosrrr.ii. and Dispensary,
Allen C. Smith, Prts.,
Seiwrii to AMricM
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