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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBEI1 13. 1893.
Dit. Oliveb "Wendell Holmes has
just passed tho &tth anniversary of bis
' Last week was the greatest yet at the
World's fair. A million people during
tho seven days.
The drouth lias been of so long dura
tion east that more than tho nsual de
mand will bo mad eon Nebraska for corn.
President Cleveland lectured Vice
President Stevenson, and ho proceeded
to talk back vigorously. Cleveland
don't like vice-presidents.
Satdkdat at 2 o'clock, tho president's
family received an accession by the birth
of a fino baby girl. Mrs. Cleveland's
friends, which means everybody, wish
-her health and strength.
F""Louie Meter, a prominent business
'man of Lincoln, has failed. He has
been a hard worker, enterprising and
liberal, and has the sympathy of that
community in his trouble.
The West Point Progress says there
aro thousands of people in Nebraska
who want tho privilege of voting for
Maxwell for justice of tho supremo
court, and that they will make that op
portunity by placing his name on tho
ticket by petition should ho fail to re
ceive recognition at tho hands- of the
The Largest Gun In the IKorld
u exhibuVm at the GreatXWorUrs
Vnn nnrt to SCO it. Til IS U1C
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,,iili r mniitliMo visit the lair,leas
ant davs, cool nighs, delightful w
Maximum comforVenroute to Cine;
n the wstibnled linKfcd trains of
Chicago, Union PaciGc Northwestern
line. Seo your nearestjnion Pacific
agent for rates or other information.
Tnr. effect of Cleveland's monometallic
policy upon tho democratic party is
hard to predict, says tho Now York
Press. Senator Gorman is credited
with tho statement that if persisted in,
it will split tbo democratic party, and
send it from power for another genera
tion. Tun Jouunal is very sure that
thapeoploof tho United States favor
the use of both gold and silver as tho
basis of our money system, the gold no
more "worthy" than silver.
Tire Tabernacle choir, or rather two
hundred and fifty selected from the
choir of six hundred at Utah, gave a
concert at Omaha Sunday evening on
thoir return from tho World's fair, hav
ing received there tho second premium
in tho contest. Tho opera honso was
crowded and tbo singing was superb.
There were times when tbo wholo chorus
seemed but a quartette. Their training
under Stovens seems to have been per
fect, and among them are some extrn
Senator Hanshrocgii of North Da
kota has proposed an amendment
which ho thinks would satisfy tho silver
men and not be vetoed by tho president.
It provides for tho retirement of all
paper money of a less denomination than
S20, including national bank currency,
and tho issuing of silver certificates
therefor to be based upon the silver pur
chased at tho market price and coined
into standard silver dollars as fast as the
currency is retired. Tho amendment is
now in tho hands of tho finance com
mittee. On to Tho Strip. Thousands aro
standing in line waiting for registration
booths to open. Water sells at 25 cents
n Tail. and one dollar a barrel. Twenty
" x y
thousand peoplo along tho border spent
their timo Sunday in various ways; here
and there were religious services, but
tho gamesters and horse traders had the
biggest crowds. A number of fino
horses died Sunday, undoubtedly poi
soned by boomers who havo poor horses
and want fast ones out of tho way. Tho
landscape is not inviting, and tho soil is
parched and dry. V
One thing is already given out .'is cer
tain by the democratic members of the
house ways and means committee, and
. that is by no means reassuring to the
poor man. It is stated by members of
the committee that it has been infor
mally decided that tho sugar bounty
shall be abolished, and a duty put upon
foreign sugar higher than that proposed
in the Mills bill. That will be burning
the candle at both ends sure enough, as
far as the wage-earners are concerned
lowering his earnings and increasing
the price of his necessities.
ranr.ier Temple' Excursion to World's Fair.
be a World's fair excursion
mspices of Ttagier Temple
, leaving OTaha Satur
day, Sept, 1G, 19H3, at 7 p. m., Teaming
leaves Chicaeo SuotLiv evening, Sp. 24.
For 22, you will bo fuVmshed transpor
tadtoto and from Chieagheven lodg
ings, midmissions to the faic and one
to Noblefcdy's (Buffalo BiUV great
show. ChairBors will be providedSfreo
of charge. Sleeping cars extra. All ati
commWIations wiVbo flaet-class, and
every arhug&Bnt forthe tofort and
conveniencfrfcartyvwill iW provi-
" dad. All ShrinVwBbster Masona and
theW families and Teire invitei
go in lhe caravan. Coheoin wit!
and havli good time at emaTVexpen
" All applications should be made -at once
to Gus. G. Eecher, Columbus, Nebraska,
COMBINE FOB GOOD.
BEST ELEMENTS OF PLATTE
COUNTY SHOULD UNITE.
Woala Mean Victory and Ktjoiciag,
IVkere Anything Else Wonld be
Defeat and Shame.
Of course the evident policy of dem
ocratic politicians of Platte county is to
keep voters divided into as many blocks
as possible, only being sure that their
own crowd shall be the most numerous
A ticket combined of good republi
cans and good alliance men, unobjec
tionable as individual citizens, and well
qualified for the several positions, would
command success in the coming cam
paign; and the hearty support of a num
ber of democrats, dissatisfied with the
present administration of their party
matters, would make assurance of the
election of such a ticket doubly sure.
One has not far to look to see the ex
treme anxiety already manifested by
democratic wire-pullers in anything and
everything looking toward a combina
tion of the political forces in the county
opposed to them.
It ought to be plain to every man who
thinks, that there is slim probability of
the election of either an independent or
a republican ticket Talk might as well
be equally as plain as the thinking.
It is a question of first: whether the
democratic party, itself, shall allow its
nnf oiamnnt. tn dictate its Dolicv in
this county? Second: whether the re
maining two largest sections of voters
and taxpayers will continue traveling in
nearly parallel roads and allow their
common enemy to conquer them in de
tail, when they could, by combining
their forces, secure a victory, and be
sure of it from the start of the cam
paign, and that without any compro
mise whatever of political principle
merelv occupying for the campaign and
for county matters, common ground
and common cause, and both working
for the overthrow of a personal domina
tion in the distribution of the offices of
Platte county and the enjoyment of the
emoluments of the same, which has be
come more rancorously objectionable to
talented competent men of the dem
ocratic party even, outside the "in
fluence," than to members of other po
TUo. iwct flint, these workers ask is
that tho opposition to them do not get
together. They themselves will do all
they can to keep the republican and al
liance forces apart, and it was plain that
they had their lieutenants in the late
twitMilist. rniintv convention at Platte
Center working their best to that end.
Failing to keep the opposition apart,
their next move would be to secure the
nomination, (by ways which they so
well know), of weak men upon the op
It will be the part of wisdom for re
publicans and alliance voters to place
but one ticket in the field, good men.
whom all their number can heartily sup
port, and then work for its election with
No single man of all your number
need deceive himself by thinking that
he has a particle of show for election to
an office in Platte county this year, on a
separate ticket. It is simply a moral
One word to those democrats who
would hail with gladness a change of
party masters, provided that change
brought better men. You can see that
a small part of the party have been
using the whole party for their own
personal benefit, almost exclusively.
Why longer permit it? It has not been
a matter of anything much but the
emoluments of office for themselves and
their friends and not for you, and why
should you continue to do their bid
ding? You help pay all the bills they
help pile up and get allowed, now see to
it that there is a change. Overthrow
ing the worst element of your party, you
will be doing good party service. So
continuing to do always, you cannot
more effectually serve your country.
Don't give up your distinctive political
(governmental) principles, but help the
good people of all parties in Platte
county to do a little work in the way of
true progress in the conduct of county
matters, in this year 1893. It is badly
needed. The peculiar stringency of the
times compels fair-minded, thinking
men to look about them and see what
they can do to better their condition, if
they can, to hold their own, if pos
sible, to go down slowly, if they muBt
Now is tho best time to do effective
work to save your interests. Don't
wait until all the primaries and all the
conventions are past and gone, and
party action formulated, but work, talk
and labor now, so that, lafer along, your
vote may tell for all that it should in
the good government and business man
agement of the county in which we live.
Get together on this line, and victory
Stay apart, and the slate now already
made up, will be set up to our sorrow
for another two years.
Every day is adding to our list of
subscribers, but there is yet plenty of
room for more. We give you now. The
Journal and the Lincoln Semi-weekly
Journal, both, one year, when paid in
advance, for 32.00. Subscription can
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subscribe. The Lincoln Journal is issued
Tuesdays and Fridays, and will give you
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equal anywhere for the money. Both
List of letters remaining in the post
office at Columbus, Nebraska, for the
week ending Sept. 12, 1893:
Misa Mary 0'Leary Thorn:
Parties calling for the above
will please say "advertised."
Carl Kramkb, P. M.
After the Fair
is over you can stay at home. Go to
Chicago now and see the most complete
and magnificent exhibition that has ever
been held. The vestibuled limited
trains of the Chicago, Union Pacific A
brthwestern line will take yon tbara
witn tne least troaoie ana cnanga, o
It. Isaac KiddJaf "ViB. naiaa.aaueuey ,
ll. SlarkeBT Mr. Wm. HallX
A. a. Millers mt. Mxera, x
tEM fMtmn Mm. JmraAM Hmu.1. X.
HMD. Berry, LeBockerheimC
VAUKAXT JESTS. '
Inter Ocean: "How was Til ton cured
of the cigarette habit?"
"His wife bought him a dozen filled
Truth: "Are you in a position to let
me have that $10 you owe me?'
"No. I've just lost my position. Can
you let me have another ten?"
Inter Ocean: "Do you engage this
new doctor because you have great faith
Smith No, but he trusts me.
Now doth the gay and giddy moth
Droop like the fading rose,
For now he knows his bill of fare
Will be thin summer clothes.
Providence Journal: She (another's)
But it isn't right for you to say you
love me; you must only think it.
Her summer lover But I don't think
it I only say it.
Washington Star: How calm the sea
is, she exclaimed. Yea, he answered,
dreamily. I guess the girls with en
gagements have made the other breakers
ashamed of themselves.
New York Herald: Harry How did
that, fallow come to jret off who was ar
rested for stealing a kiss from Mrs.
Jack Oh, she failed either to show
value or prove property.
Congress may talk and talk and talk,
And talk and talk every day.
But it can't make a dollar of fifty cents,
Because it ain't built that way.
Detroit Free Press.
A heavy mustache was on her lip.
But it didn't disfigure her "phiz,"
In the eyes of her lover, because you see,
The heavy mustache was his.
Harper's Bazar: Hicks Jove! I
came near giving you one of Mr. Bar
ton's cards instead of my own.
nanr Tnt,' all ri?ht. sah. Ef yo'
sen' up Mr. Barton's card. Miss Polly
sho to come down.
Inter Urban: Tramp Madam, have
you an ax?
Lady or me uonse au.
"Have you a saw?"
"No, I have no saw."
"Then give me a little something to
Judge: Mr. McGregor In the future
my daughter, you must leave that Frank
Barry severely alone. He is nothing
more nor less than a professional poker
Grace Why do you think so?
Mr. McGregor Why do I thiuk so?
Why, he can beat me.
Texas Siftiugs: "Please, ma'in, will
you give me an old suit of your hus
band's clothes? I am one of the cy
"Poor man! Of course I will. Come
right in. So you were in that dread
ful cyclone, were you?"
"No ma'm, but my wife sent all my
clothes to the people who were."
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dining cars in the world. The berth
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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.
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Traveling Fr't. and Pass. Agt.,
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When slut was a Child, the crkd for Castoria.
When she became Miss, rfw clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
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Children Cry for
Beanty doth challenga by ear cfaaroaa,
And find a warder In bar prida;
Bar wit a warrior wrau in arms,
Har heart a city fortified.
What valiant knight ahnU force the gates!
When others wounded quit the field,
Comet Love, who ne'er to force resorts,
His weapons carefully concealed;
For parley tempts her from her forts:
He smiles and she capitulates.
David William McCourt
LOVE IN AUSTRALIA.
My revenge was terribla I had
been cruelly wronged, however, and"
can scarcely be blamed for what I did.
For the purposes of this narrative, I
will call myself Luke Gilbert I am
a native of Coventry, in England, and
went to Australia to improve my pros
pects in life. The other man, the
reader must know, was Victor Lam
bert a native of New York city. I
had been an old and trusted employe
In Gerald's large jewelry establish
ment at Staunton, Australia and was
greatly esteemed by my employer, a
man well advanced in yean. When
Lambert came, he presented unim
peachable credentiala He was a tall,
handsome fellow, with a captivating
manner, and it was not long before he
became a favorite with every one.
I never liked him from the first and
I liked him less when he innocently
won away from me the affections of
Amy Gerald, a girl I had loved with
passionate idolatry from early child
hood. Oftea had she entwined her
white arms about my neck, and, nest
yf H K(y fact upon jay breast,
vowed that she bW me dearer than
any one on earth; and when he came
she was wearing 4. ring I had given
her as a pledge of betrothal. But,
aftor Lambert had been with us "a? lit
tle over a year, her manner grew
strangely cold to me; and one night
when I called to see her, she told me,
with great tears standing in her eyes,
that she had been mistaken she had
never really loved me; and what she
had felt for me was only esteem and
friendship, and she added, as she
handed me back my ring:
"Luke, you will forgive me, won't
fou, and still be my friend?"
I made no reply I could not
Every drop of blood in my body
seemed to surge in fiery torrents to
my face and head. I reelod like a
drunken man. and went out into the
open air. I think I should have
killed myself there and then had not
thoughts of revenge entered my mind.
These thoughts kept me alive and
enabled me to go about my duties as
One day Lambert came to me and,
in his usual pleasant way, said:
Luke, old fellew. you must con
gratulate me. for I consider myself
the most fortunate as well as the hap
piest man on earth."
I know well enough to what he was
alluding and, though a dreadful pain
convulsed my heart. I maintained a
steady countenance and replied:
"Congratulate you! Why, wnat
has befallen you?"
"Why. ho said, with a little iaugn.
I am going to niarry Amy Gerald in
the autumn and I want you to rejoice
in my good fortune."
'Ah!1' was all I said, as I took his
proffered hand. Oh, how 1 hated him
then, and how I longed to deprive him
of his boasted happiness; and, soon
after that, tho means was given to me
to do so.
One night during the summer, a
jewelry store on a contiguous street
was entered by burglars and a large
amount of valuables taken therefrom.
This alarmed old man Gerald and he
requested that I and Lambert should
lodge in the store for a period of two
or three weeks.
Lambert talked in his sleep, and one
night he babbled forth words that
placed him in my power. How I
gloated over the prospect of a speedy
revenge! I felt easy in my conscience,
too, for the means had been placed in
my hands without any efforts of my
A direct interposition of Providence.
I argued then a fiendish scheme, I
The weeks rolled by, and Victor
Lambert was more popular than ever.
His praises were rung daily into my
ears, "lias tne mating oi a una man
in him.'' was the universal comment.
I smiled, in a grim kind of way. when
I heard him spoken of. but I never
said yea or nay. I held to my secret
the secret that was to destroy the
man who had come like a thief in the
night, and stolen away my happiness.
The autumn came on. and the day
that Amy Gerald was to become the
bride of Victor Lambert arrived. The
marriage took place that morning,
and the couple were to leave earl' for
an extended bridal tour.
The spacious mansion was crowded
with guests. Everybody was happy
except myself. I went round morose
and heavy-hearted, feeling more like
a condemned criminal than a guest at
a merry wedding. I drew away from
the gay assemblage, and sought a se
cluded corner, where I stood alone
and communed with myself. Now, as
the hour drew near. I dreaded to
strike the blow that was to ruin two
young lives forever.
Why do this?" a small voice whis
pered in my ear. "Better far, and
more noble, to smother revenge and
anger, and go forth into the world
with ill-will towards no one."
But," interrupted another voice.
you have been very deeply wronged.
You have been robbed of a happiness
that was rightfully yours, by one who
Is totally unworthy. Strike revenge
yourself ere it is too late!"
I came to myself with a start, and
all the old bitterness surged through
me. "Strike revenge yourself!"
rang in my ears with fearful distinct
ness. Yes. I would strike and strike
deeply, too. I looked round me. The
vast room had been emptied of all
save Victor Lambert and myself. He
was standing leaning against the
mantel piece, unaware of my pres
ence. The time for my revenge had
come. I advanced noiselessly and,
laying my hand heavily upon his
shoulder, I hissed in his ear:
Henry Mervin, you are an impos
tor! I know your past Ufa. I know
of the forgery you committed in New
York, for which crime you were sent
to prison for a term of years. I know
all about your escape after serving
two years of your sentence. But for
you I should have been a happy man
to-night You have blighted my life
and robbed me of the only joy I ever
had. The happiness you have de
prived me of shall not be yours. The
ollicers of the law shall ba put upon
When I ceased speaking Lambert's
face had assumed the hue of death,
and he was trembling in every limb.
Raising his hand in a supplicating
manner, hs said in a scarcely audible
"For heaven's sake. Luke, have
mercy on me! You surely would not
blight my life and hers. Give me a
chance, Luke, only a chance."
No," I said in a cold, hard voice.
I will show you no mercy. It is too
late to think of tnat"
He looked at me with an expression
of mute despair. Then he turned and
strode from the room, mtfttering as he
"Heaven have pity on us have
pity on us!"
A faintness came over me, and I
Mood, I know not how long, in a
dazed and helpless manner.
Presently I was aroused by people
entering and calling for Victor. He
could not be found and the train in
which the bridal party was to leave
would start in twenty minutes. All
was excitement and bustle, in the
midst of which a servant entered, and
advancing to Amy. handed her a note.
She hastily tore it open and read it.
Suddenly she swayed to and fro, and
before assistance could reach, fell
with a low cry, to the floor. In a few
moments she lay a corpse where she
had so lately stood a happy bride. I
picked up the note that had fallen
from her hand and read:
"I am going Heaven only knows
where. My life is ruined. I shall never
return. Do not seek me. Good-bye.
No one knew of the part I had
played in the tragedy on that awful
day. Terrible, indeed, was my re
venge. Years passed by. At the death of
the old man Gerald, I became proprie
tor of the establishment 1 left my
place of business only long enough
each day to visit Amy's grave.
One winter's morning I started out
to make my accustomed visit As I
turned the corner of the little church
the cemetery came in full view. I was
greatly startled to see lying at full
length upo&.Jh gray wfaera Aj
Gerald was sleeping the figure of a
man! Slowly I approached. The man
was either unconscious or asleep. His
hat had fallen from his head and his
hair, which was snowy white, fell over
his shoulders. I bent over the pros
trate form of the sleeper and called
him to arise. He heeded me not I
placed my hand upon the body and
turned tho face upwards. I knew
it instantly, despite the worn and
haggard look, the long, white hair.
It was Victor Lambert, and dead. He
had found peace. A week afterward
I left Australia forever, to pass my
life in aimless, unhappy wanderings.
The revenge I took upon my enemy
was terrible, but that which I wreaked
upon myself was much more so. I
am .anxiously awaiting the end.
A STtRV OF LYTTON.
An Oeoaalen When Owen Mardltfc
Outvied tha Saobocraoy.
I sat at a banquet given in London
by Wison Barrett to Lawrence Bar
rett Lord Lytton presided a curled,
oiled, effeminate, supercilious fop.
He had a Roman tragedy to sell to
Wilson Barrett That was why he
came, says a writer in Truth.
Ho eulogized Wilson Barrett in a
speech. "I believe." he said, "that
Mr. Barrett won some success with a
piece called consulting his notes
The Lights of London.' I have no
idea who wrote The Lights of Lon
don.1 I suppose it was the work of
some dramatic hack." George Sims
sat facing him, and said never a
Then his lordship went drawling on.
I next find on the list of Mr. Bar
rett's successes something called 'The
Silver King.' Here again I know
nothing of the authorship. The
names or tnose urainauc carpenters
do not interest me." At which Henry
arthor Jones glared, and a flush
came into the face of poor blind henry
"Finally." said Lord Lytton. "Mr.
Wilson Barrett has placed on his
boards what he humorously calls a
Roman tragedy. I refer to-Claudian.1
attributed to one W. G. Wills, of
whom I never before heard." This
was too much for the banqueters; all
of them were personally acquainted
with lrving's pet poet the modest
Wills. So they howled derisively.
And Lord Lytton's tragedy, pro
duced a month later, was a dismal
The Nanaea of the ITfoatha.
January The Roman Janus presid
ed over the beginning of everything;
honce the first month of the year was
called after him.
February Tho Roman festival
Febras was held on the 15th day of
this month in honor of Lupercus, the
god of fertility.
March Named from the Roman god
of war. .Mar.
April Latin Aprilis, probably de
rived from aspeirc, to open, because
spring generally begins and tne buds
open in this month.
May Latin Mains, probably de
rived from Maia, a feminine divinity
worshipped at Rome on the first day of
June Juno, a Roman divinity wor
shipped as the queen of heaven.
July (Julius) Julius Caesar was
born in this month.
August Named by the Emperor
Augustus Cesar. B. C 30. after him
self, as he regarded it as a lucky
month, being that in which he had
gained several victories.
September (Septan, or 7) Septem
ber was the seventh month in the old
October (Oclo) Eighth month of
the old Roman year.
November (Xovem, or 9) Novem
ber was the ninth month in the old
December (Decent, or 10) Decem
ber was the tenth month of the old
Roman year. About the 21st of this
month the sun enters the Tropic of
Capricorn, and forms the winter sol
stice. A Ceascieatioaa Lawyer.
Lawyer (examining hesitating wit
ness) Why don't you speak out and
tell the whole truth?
Colored Witness rze afeard to tell
de, whole truf, 'cause I might tell a lie.
JudgeWhat would happen if you
told a He?
Witness I spex our side would win.
OU; TAWIFF PICTURES.
New York Preas.1
This is the amount the Democracy la
willing to appropriate to build fortil-
actions to make our great sea coast
cities secure: 2.137&
This Is the sum it has voted to take
from the Treasury and spend in river
and harbor appropriations, mainly in
the districts of Democratic Congress
Labor Commissioner Carroll D.
Wright's official report shows that tho
nrerage annual income per family of
glass workers in Great Britain is
In the United States it is
The Virginia, Not the nerrlanac
The Norfolk, Va,, Landmark thus
attempts to correct a popular impres
sion: 'There never was a confeder
ate ironclad or any other ironclad
named Merrimac. The confederate
ram was the Virginia, always. She
was constructed upon the hulk of an
old United States frigate called the
Merrimac. Why people should go on
calling the Virginia the Merrimac we
cannot see. History and fact not al
ways synonymous agree in this case.
The confederate ironclad was the Vir
ginia, not the Merrimac. n
The Hawaiian Islaada.
The Hawaiian islands were discov
ered by Gaetano, a Spanish navigator,
in 1542, The independence of these
islands was recognized by the United
States in 1820. and more formally in
1843; by Belgium in 1844, and by
England and France later in the same
3J Oorqnotat ions of t he market areobtained
Tuesday afternoon, and are correct and reliable
at the time.
vnl 9 9
. 1 OOgl 10
Feeders ,...,...,,,, ....I
. 5 005 25
. 11 2561 SO
$S 2564 00
. as soft 00
in Fall and Winter Dress Goods.
New weaves, new shades, new effects
and Velvets and Trimmings of all
kinds to match any colors. Silks to
match all our Dress Goods.
A little money will do won
J. A. Barber & Go's
Our assortment are so large and
so well selected that ymi can always
Hoi About a New
Dress that will suit you in shade and
style. We have it and you can get
one at any price you like, among the
hundreds of tempting bargains you
will find all through our large store.
Tweuty-eight pieces of new Dress
Goods, 30 and 40 inches wide, going
at 24c per yard, worth 40 and 45c.
One lot of Sail Cloth, rough sur
face goods, 11 yards wide, strictly all
wool, bought to sell at SI. 00 and 31.25,
going at 69c per yard.
Yes we have them in any color
you want, starting from 2oc up to
33.00 per pair.
One lot of real Kid Gloves at 75c
One lot of odds and ends in Kid
Gloves, choice for jJoe per pair.
Large - Buttons
Are one of the current fashions for
this season, and of course we have a
big assortment of them.
Fashions change, but this season
they are prettier than ever, and more
We always take pride in showing
nothing but new styles in our Cloak
See Our Display
J. 1 BARBER
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 guarantco is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine f o- chil
dren. Mother have repeatedly toM rue of its
good effect upon their children."
Dc G. C. Oscood,
Castoria a the bet remedy for children of
which 1 am acquainted. I hopo tho d jy is not
far distant whenmothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Costoni la
stead of the variousquact notrums liich are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, aoothjps syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Do. J. F. Kincheloe,
Tka Centaur Company,
xtVorldV Fair Travelers Will Have It.
Tflfe public demand through service
whtn traveling. It is old fashioned to
'Change Cars." On the through solid
vestibuled trains of the Chicago, Union
Pacific & North Western Lino from or to
Chicago, Omaha nnd intermediate points
there is no change. This is the finest
and Tastest service between the points
The World'- F.iir KuildiJi-i.
he horticultural building height of J
ddme l."2 feot. Cost of building '
S31XMH. The Chicago, Union raciiu-
and Northwestern Lino offers rates as i
cheap as the cheapest and unexcelled ac
commodations to Chicago. No change
of care en route. See J. R. Meagher,
agent U. P. system at Columbus for de
Rheumatism Cured in a Day. "Mys
tic Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia
radically cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action
upon the system is remarkable and mys
terious. It removes at once tho cause
and the disease immediately disappears.
The first dose greatly benefits, 75 cents.
Sold by A. Heinti:, druggist, Colum
bus, Neb. 14-y
AdvertiiwiuentB under this head fivo cente a
M.SCHIIiTZ make boot sand (hoenintho
U-nt MtUeti. iiuil tirtet only the very best
kthat can be procured in tliu market. 53-tf
In the District Court of Platte County, Ne
braska. In the matter of the estate of )
AuKUhta Schrouler. decu-ed. S
This cause came on for hearing upon the tHti
tion of William l'utcchke. jrnanlian of Minnie
Schroeder, John Schroetler anil cxiwaru rvoeuiK,
minor children of Augusta Schroeder. deceased,
praying for licence to nell the following de
BCribed real estate t- it: The Northeast quar
ter of Section Twelve, in Townnhip Nineteen
North, of Itange Two West of the Sixth Princi
pal Meridian in Tlatte county. Nebraska, for
maintenance and the benefit of said wanln. and
it appearing to the conrt that it it necesnary and
would be beneficial to said wards to sell said
It is then-fore ordered by the conrt that all
tunirmn intorOMted in salil estate iililieHr lieforu
said district court at the court house in toiuui-
bus. Platte county. Nebraska, on the. 4! nay oi
October. 1811 J. at 1 o'clock p. m.. to show cause
why a license should not le granted to said
guardian to sell said real estate.
II is lunncr unit-ini uuu i-wj ...-.
be served upon tho next of kin of tho wards and
upon all parties interested in said estate by pub
lication of the same in TUJ ( 'olujibcs JOUUN L,
published in Columbus. Platte county, Ne
braska, for at least three successive weeks prior
to said hearing.
Dated August 21. I8M.
I hereby certify that the above is a true ami
correct copy of the order to show cause as ai
pears of record in this otlice.
August 21, 18V3.
. H. Sl'EICK.
Bv J. S. Wells.
. Of the condition of i
Of Columbus, Xeltal:a, on Auijusi
kteanii Improvements IT
lomnif-rcial I Sauk
Profit aud loss
the above named
mpany, do sol-
the best of in
meut w true to
Subscribed in nfc' uresence and i
oni ti b-
fore me this 15th vof AiiKUt, 1.3
Iskai.I W. A. McAfeLtTKR. Notary
&mt PUt In audfor Platte Count
Dr. CLARK'S INSTITUTE
KOR THK TKEATMKNT OK THK
Drink Habit !
Also Tobacco, Morphine and
other Narcotic Habits.
gffPrivate treatment Kiven if desired.
COLUMBUS, - - NEBRASKA.
MRTY t ENBELMIH,
FISH Al SALT HEATS,
Eleventh Street, Columbua, Neb
YVR. H. J. ARNOLD,
1'UYHICIAX ASD SUKUEOX.
Office two doon north of Brodfnehrer'u jewelry
tore. Office open day and night. Telephone
8aoa;'W-ly-p CQlVatBV, HBASJU,
stile aim i
" Castoria is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend it a superior toany proscription
known to me."
II. A. Abchm, M. D..
Ill So. Oxford St., Urooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in tho children's depart
ment hAve-siHjfccu highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
mid although we only have among our
iiiidicul supplies what is known as regular
products, yet w care free to coufesa that tho
merits ot Ca&toria lia-i wou us to look with
favor uion it." ,
U.MTKU UoarlT.lt. i.SD DlSPMSART,
Alix C. Smith, l'rts..
TT Murray Stroot, New York Citv.
Can riirnisli you with
LumliBr, Latli, Sliingles, Doors,
HLIMhS, LIME, Etc., and
everything kept in the
South of U.
P. H. K. Depot, Columbus,
C. . HEWMIH.
HEN ymi want I-TUE, LIGHT
NIN or TOUXADO insurance
on city anil farm property; if you want
an ACCIDENT POLICY: if you want
to buy or sell farm or city property; if
you want bargains in real estate, call at
the Ileal Estate ami Insurance Agency,
BASEMENT COMMERCIAL BANK,
COM MKl's, NKIIKASKA.
FOR SALE !
TIIKKK ACKKSof ; tirst-class land, just out
side the city limits of Columbus on the
east, together v;ith
Xmverif, Apple Trees; Flowering Shrubs,
UwetfiiKj-house, Ureen-houxe (tint
two other bniltliiiys on
:rrice s -2,ooo.
For further p.-irticiiItirH, inquire, of or ad
IiKCIIKK, JAIXHII A CO..
Or Jous T.nniiii.i..
(enoa. Nebr. 28jun2m
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE NowT'Vr,
Do you wear then? When next In need try a pair.
est In tho world.
If you want afire DRESS SHOE, made tn the latest
style, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or
$5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look and
wear as well. If you wish to economize In your fooUear,
do so by purchasing W. L. DougIa3 Shcei. Namo and
prlca stamped on the bottom, look for it when you buy
W. I DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mui. Sold by.
GrRIFFKIS" & GrRAY.
Watkblt, Iowa, Nov. 13, 1592.
O. D. Krure Tudor. Km.,
Dear Sir: -After wearing your classes three
weeks 1 f-l I raunot say euoutrh for them, nor
for your speeial method of skillful fittintr.
Tor the past eighteen jears I have been a con
stant HiilTerer from defective sight (Compound
Myopic Astigmatism). Nothing I could itet was
satisfactory until your examination which L
noticed wax strictly scientific, and inspired me
at once with confidence in yonr ability.
I now have no trouble in reading the finest
print by night or day; and to idl those in need of
glasses I most cheerfully recommend you arf a.
J. K. I'oji KnoY, M. D.
Mr. Tudor will examine eyea at A. Hefntz'a
JK. I VAN ES.
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary College. Office'
TecJcUst,9 hardware Store. 19prt
ft a. saK ,.-,
42.25 m 1
pan ifEll JHaWiX.'
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