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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBElt 4. 1693.
Republican County Convention.
Kotlas is hereby given tlint the republican
county aanvention will beheld, in iitzitfitncks
ball, Coismbua, Nebraska, at
-lock p. in. on
ana 4Sh dasvot October, ik3.
plaoing in lamination a county
One county Bmasurer,
,. One coroner.
One county judge.
And to elect delegates
L October 3th. IS
i may properly
:o elect delegr.tm to the county
held SaturdaymjeM. suui, te-
en the h
z and p. m. me wards ami
titled to the ldVowlns rcp-
r of Columl
l. township. Ji
J. N. HeatE
. J. (Jarlow,
PROPOSITION TO ALLY SILVER
SafcmM Does Not Meet with Favor
Either Side of the House A
Itow Pension Ruling Made by Assist
ant Secretary Reynolds.
WABBlKOTOKf Oct 2. The pro-
Cied movement to ally the silver and
iff interests to prevent adverse leg
islation in both cases attracts little at
tention in the house. Sir. Oulhwaitc
Of Ohio, one of the democratic lead
en, declares that if such a combina
tion werejto defeat legislation in
the name of tariff taxation it
would create a tremendous out
cry from the people that -would
eventually result to the detriment of
both interests. Gov. Sayers of Texas,
chairman of appropriations, says that
such a combination is chimerical. Air.
Burrows of Michigan, one of the repub
lican leaders, said he had given the
scheme some thought and while it
might be feasible as far as the repub
licans were concerned to solidify the
anti-silver and free silver republicans
In the defense of protection.it could
mot be made effective because there
was no democratic strength favorable
to protection to be arrayed on
the Bide of the movement. Air.
Dalzell of Pittsburg, the republican
representative who is from the heart
oflthe protected district, says it is a
wild scheme that ought to be con
demned. He does not think it has any
backing' except on paper.
The administration men in the sen
ate insist that there will be no com
Sromise on the pending bill. They
eclare they can pass the bill in its
present form, and they sec no reason
Why they should yield to theminoritj.
All the propositions of compromise
that are talked of seriously arc based
On the amendment proposed by Sena
tor Faulkner, though it is probable
that if one is adopted it will go fur
ther than that measure's provisions.
ALASKA'S COAST ICE-BOCXD.
Osai. Healey of the Bear Reports on
Wabhixgton, B Oct. 2. Capt M. A.
Healey of the steamer Bear has, under
date of Cape Smythe, Alaska, Aug. 2,
eat a report to the treasury depart
Best of the doings of his vessel during
the last season. Be says the ice has
been Tery heavy about Port Barrow,
and all the vessels of the whaling
fleet are between Cape Smythe
aad a few miles east of Port
Harrow, having been unable to
any further. No evidence
any contraband trade has been seen
Ong the coast. The captain has
Something to say in his report about
the importation of reindeer into the
TJalted States and reflects on the
actions of a man named M. W. Bruce,
formerly In charge of the Point Clar
ence station, who engaged a schooner
to go to Siberia to purchase reindeer
On ais personal account. The captain
ay that If the importation of 'rein
deer into the United States by pri
vate individuals continues it will, un
less subject to proper supervision, be
One means of the trading of distilled
liqnor to the natives of Siberia. Mr.
Brace, it appears, took eight natives
with him to San Francisco with the
intention of exhibiting them there.
The captain says he would not have
permitted it had he known of it in ad
vance, for there is only suffering for
the natives while in the United States.
Capt. C. L. Hooper, commanding the
revenue cutter Bush has telegraphed
to the treasury department the arrival
Of the vessel at San Francisco from
A SEW PENSION RULING.
atayaisa Holds Dlscharce Papers the
Washthgtox, Oct 2. Assistant
Secretary of the Interior Reynolds
has rendered a decision holding'that a
certificate of discharge is the most
- Valuable evidence in pension cases.
8neh evidence will generally be re
garded as conclusive by the' depart-
it. it may, however, oe shown by
potent proof to have been erron
m, but this proof must be of the
Secretary Herbert has appointed a
hoard consisting of Capt. T. O. Self
ridge and Chief Engineers A. G. Me
nocal and T. G. McCulloeb. to make an
examination and survey of the canal
reservation at Algiers. La., opposite
Hew Orleans, sin order to determine
the Best site for the dry -dock author
ised by congress.
Senator Martin of Kansas has intro
duced a bill granting right of way to
the Kansas, Oklahoma Central &
Southwestern Railway company
through the Indian territory and Ok
lahoma. 8enator Dubois has introduced a
Mil providing for the appropriation of
9668,520 for the payment of arrears of
interest on the Chickasaw trust fund.
. Fht Cholera Cases in Hamburg.
HAMBURG, Oct. 2. Five new casci
Of cholera and one death from thf
ffcease are reported here.
IS BEADY TO BE SHOT
SENSATIONAL SCENE IN A
Fallaa, Who Threw the Boaab at Gee.
Martinez Caaapoa, Dafiea the Authori
ties and Declares He la Heady to he
Shot at Any Ttnae Eorebra Kewa.
Barcelona, Oct 2 .The court
martial of Pallas, iwho attempted to
assassinate Gen. Campos was begun
yesterday. The court is composed of
a colonel and five captains. The
prisoner was brought into court with
his hands tied behind him. but the
president ordered that his bands be
released. Pallas has a small head
crowned with a thick crop of hair. He
has small, keen looking eyes, a long
neck and long, white hands which
ao not show the. marks of toil. His
demeanor was that of an unconcerned
spectator. The prisoner took a seat near
the president's table and commenced
playing with the lids of the ink-stands
on the table. The president ordered
him to face the court and to answer
to the accusation, which the prosecu
tor read. Pallas said the charge
against him was true and declared
that he would commit the deed a hun
dred times if it were possible. He
had no accomplices, and he was only
sorry that he 'had failed to kill Gen.
Campos, whom he hated since he de
feated the republicans in 1&74. The
prisoner said he had no further state
ment to make.
As the hearing proceeded Pallas be
came so insolent in his bearing that
the president ordered that he be re
moved from the room. Later he was
brought back to hear the address of
the prosecutor, who demanded in the
name of an outraged society that the
prisoner be shot. Pallas thereupon
jumped up and shouted that he agreed
with the prosecutor. Counsel for the
defense appealed for clemency for the
prisoner, whose mind, he said, had
been unhinged by demoralizing liter
ature and evil companions. To this
assertion Pallas dissented by shaking
his head. The president declared
that nothing remained but the consid
eration of what sentence would be im
posed. Pallas was then removed from the
court, twisting his fair mustache as
he walked out and wearing an air of
ostentatious nonchalance. It is ex
pected that he will be sentenced to
morrow. A surgical operation was yesterday
performed upon Gen. Martinez-Campos,
who was severely injured by the
explosion' of the dynamite bomb
thrown at him on Sunday last by Pal
las. The general is feverish and suf
fering considerably, but it is not be
lieved that he is in danger of death.
THREATENED BY MATABELES.
Settlers Fleeing- Before the Reclaaeata
of Murderous Savages.
CArr. Town, Oct 2. The Mata
beles are out in force sixty miles west
of Fort Salisbury. The most alarm
ing reports reach here about their do
ings. A number of settlers have been
killed, their houses burned to the
ground, their cattle driven away and
their crops destroyed. The auda
city of the Matabele warriors causes
consternation about Fort Salisbury,
which, with Fort Victoria, is prepar
ing for an attack. Settlers who have
managed to escape are fleeing for
their lives, abandoning all their be
longings and seeking refuge in the
forts. At the forts all available men
are being armed, equipped and drilled
for war, as a dangerous uprising of
the 3'oung warriors of the Matabeles
is now admitted to be in progress. In
addition to killing the settlers who
have fallen at their hands, the Mata
beles are said to have been commit
ting the most atrocious acts toward
women and children, and the indigna
tion of the settlers is aroused to a
Vlien the above facts were tele
graphed here the natives were col
lecting on the border in large regi
ments and evidently only waiting
until their forces were all collected to
make a determined move forward
upon the fortified positions of the
MOKU ANARCHISTS ARRESTED.
Police of Vienna Determined to Break
Up the Infamous Plotters.
Vienna, Oct 2. The excitement
caused by the discovery of the great
anarchist plot to blow up the reich
strath and other public buildings on
Oct. 10, the date of the assembling of
parliament, has not abated in any de
gree. Four workmen were arrested
and more are expected hourly. The
police seem to have struck terror to
the hearts of the anarchists of this
city, for a large number of workmen
known to be more or less connected
with anarchists societies have, within
the last few days, fled from Vienna.
IRISH DAY AT CHICAGO.
A K:ilny Morning Dampens the Enthu
siasm of the Sons of Erin.
Chicago, Oct. 2. A meaner morn
ing for Irish day could scarcely have
been found, and, as one patriot de
clared: "It looked as if the weather
clerk was a Dutchman."
The disappointment over the bad
weather was a sore trial to many a
one. Everybody alike was disgusted
at the turn affairs had taken. The
Exposition people were gloomy when
they thought of the many thousands
of dollars they were out on account of
the storm; the concessioners felt blue,
too, and the average Irishman was
It was certainly a gloomy morning at
the Fair. Instead of the thousands
that all thought would be crowding
through the turnstiles at 8 o'clock
only a few stragglers came now and
then. Over at the two Irish villages
the green flags drooped disconsolately
in the drizzling rain and the pretty
decorations looked anything but gala.
Big mud-puddles beset the visitor at
every step and still the rain con
tinued. JJThe day was observed by the ab
sence of Irishmen in the city and
county buildings. The city building
was almost as quiet as the county, al
though a pretense of business was
kept up in the offices during the fore
noon. In the city clerk's office few
men were at their desks and Street
Superintendent McCarthy, under
whom a large number of Irishmen
work, found the ranks of his employes
pretty well depleted. J
Says Her Baby Was Stolen.
Vaxdalia, I1L, Oct 2. A sensa
tion was created here yesterday when
Mrs. Edward Alsop, residing near the
Okam river, northeast of this city, re
ported to Sheriff Steinhauer that her
G-weeks-old child had been stolen from
the cradle during her absence from
the house. It was noticed that the
woman seemed little concerned about
the matter and exhibited no signs of
Dupuy Ghanges His Mind.
London, Oct 2. A dispatch from
Paris says that Prime Minister Dupuy
is altering his mind in regard to his
promise that the government would
contribute to the fund for the enter
tainment of the officers of the Russian
squadron at Toulon. The article adds
that since 1SS6 the French have invested-fully
8900,000,000 in Russian
Big Wheels for Niagara.
PniLADELPmA, Pa., Oct 2. Thre
of the turbine water wheels, with
their auxiliary mechanism, which
were built in this city at a cost of
$200,000 each for the purpose of utiliz
ing the stupendous power ot Niagara
falls for industrial purposes, will
shortly be. placed in position. Each
wheel is expected to develop 5,000
BUSINESS STILL VERY DULL-
Dsm'e Review shews Uttto Iaspreveaaeat
in the Commercial Sltaatloa.
New York, Oct . 2, R. O. Don A
Co. s weekly review of trade will say:
"A complete statement of failures
for the quarter which closed last night
is not possible, bnt the nnmber thus
far reported is about 4.000, and the
aggregate nnmber thus far reported is
the record of any previous quarter.
For the last week the failures have
been 329 in the United States and in
'Hope deferred' explains the past
week in part, and it is doubtless true
that many indulged unreasonable
hopes, bnt business has not entirely
answered expectations. It is also
true that many works which have re
sumed operations do not find orders as
vigorous as they anticipated, and with
some it is a question whether they
will not close, again. While money
on call has been abundant and cheap,
and about 94,000,000 clearing house
certificates have been retired, there is
perceptibly greater caution in making
commercial loans here and at some
western points. Confidence, prover
bially of slow growth, has been some
what diminished in part, because ad
vancing exchange suggests tne possi
bility of gold exports.
"Wheat receipts decrease again and
fall far behind last year, but stocks In
sight are too heavy and the price for
December fell nearly lc. Corn con
tinues to come forward freely and
crop reports are not more unfavorable,
but the price fell lc. Changes in
pork products were obviously due
rather to manipulation than to any
change in the ontlook. Cotton de
clined about 3-lGc with no great
change in the movement or in crop
prospects and with the increasing
work by the mills in this country.
"While seventy-eight manufactur
ing concerds are reported as starting
wholly or in part against twenty
closing or reducing force, more than a
third of the i lcrease has been in cot
ton mills and another third in machine
shops, nail millsand manufactures of
stoves and hardware, while in the
iron manufacture proper only seven
concerns have started, against three
that have stopped, and the outlook
does not seem bright.
Chicago is adding to her marvelous
buildings, and in structural and some
other forms of iron the demand at the
west is clearly increased. But the
closing of tho largest iron mine in the
country, the Nome, which ordinarily
produces 1,000,000 tons yearlv, indi
cates the limited character of the busi
ness. At the cast the demand for pro
ducts is painfully inadequate, even
for the scanty force now at work, and
the lowest prices on record attract
DE MELLOS' GUNS COLD.
Rebel Admiral Indaced to Abandon the
London, Oct 2. Dispatches re
ceived here from Rio de Janiero to-day
say that Admiral de Mellos, the com
mander of the rebel fleet, intended to
attack the fort at the mouth of Rio
harbor to-day, and that he only de
sisted upon the strong representations
of the commanders of the foreign war
ships. The British minister at Rio
took an active part with the
other foreign ministers at Rio in
doing everything possible to secure
the cessation of the hostilities. The
commanders of the foreign warships
at Rio also took an active part in pre
venting further bombardment At
noon to-day a dispatch was received
here from Rio which indicates that
the intervention of ministers and of the
commanders of foreign war vessels
have been successful. It is now be
lieved that a favorable modification of
the situation has taken place.
The dispatches added that the Ar
gentine situation grows worse every
hour. All the telegraph wires are cut
and the only news which filters out
from Buenos Ayres comes from official
The report published in Berlin that
Great Britain would propose a joint
intervention of the great continental
powers and the United States in Bra
zil is officially denied. The interven
tion referred to was stated to have
for intention the bringing about of a
state of peace in that revolution-torn
Rebellion Among Indiana.
Yuma, Ariz., Oct 2. Since Miguel,
chief of the Yuma Indians, was de
posed on account of killing the accused
witches, he and his associate officers
have caused trouble for the new chief,
PasquaL Meetings have been held
nightly and it was decided to over
throw Pasqual and take possession.
Pasqual arrested one man and Miguel
and twenty Indians attempted to re
lease him. Entering the room they
seized him, but friendly Indians inter
fered. Six men on each side fought
with their fists for an hour. Marshal
Greenleaf arrested Miguel and six
companions and placed them in jail.
Pasqual ordered Miguel and another
Indian to be given twenty-five lashes
each, which was done. Indians gath
ered to assist both sides. The United
States marshal was expected last night
to remove the prisoners to Los Angeles.
More trouble is feared.
Big Cotton Mills to Be Ttnilt at Folton.
Fulton, 111., Oc "'2 A contract
has been signed by which Fulton
gets the Pennsylvania cotton mills of
Allegheny City, Pa., giving five acres
of ground for the plant and 840,000
bonus. Seven buildings will at once
be erected and eighty-four carloads
of machinery will arrive soon. The
plant will give employment to 750
Cashier of a Failed Bank Indicted.
Marshall, Ma, Oct 2. The grand
jury has returned two indictments
against J. H. Cordell. late cashier of
the Cordell-Dunnyea bank, which col
lapsed Jan. 9, 1892, charging him with
receiving deposits as cashier of that
institution knowing at the time that
it was insolvent Cordell is at present
Faraitsre Compear la Trouble.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct , 2.
The Michigan Cabinet company se
cured creditors to the amount of 28,
417 by mortgages yesterday, the heavi
est being the Old national bank,$ll,000
and the Oriel Cabinet company, $9,000.
CoL Joseph Penny is trustee. The
comoanv manufactured fancy and
NEWS IN BRIEF.
llenry C. Whittier & Son, retail
jewelers. Providence, R. I., assigned.
IdebUities, 500,000; assets in excess.
During a quarrel near TJsawanda,
N. Y., Charles Emerson, a milk ptC
dler of Buffalo, was killed by William
H. Griffith, a farmer.
M. C. Percival, defaulting cashier ot
the National Shoe and Leather bank
of LeWiston, Maine, died in the state's
prison at Thomaston.
Milo Wilson, who killed 11-year-old
InaWarman because she would not
marry him, committed suicide by
blowing his brains out at Williams
John Feren, a boarding house
keeper, who had.shipped a number of
non-union sailors from San Francisco,
was severely beaten by union sailors
at San Pedro, CaL, and robbed of $50.
Indictments for embezzlement were
returned at Pittsburg, .fa., against
Peter Lazarveits, Isaac Schaffer and
G. P. Tilipinni, bankers, who recently
failed. The first named is in jail, and
Schaffer is missing.
Revenue Collector C M. Taylor re
turned to Knoxviile, Tenn., from a
successful raid on moor-shiners. Two
stills of sixty gallons each were de
stroyed on Cane Creek in Monroe
county. Near Ruralville an eighty
gallon still was destroyed.
VAN ALBNINTHE RACK.
Denial ef the Beyers that Be
OaTered te Withdraw His Xame.
NawroXT, B. L, Oct s. There is
absolutely no truth in the report that
Mr. Van Alen has offered to withdraw
as a candidate for the Italian lalseiiiii
Washington, Sept. 30. The most
reliable information to be had is that
the name of Mr. Van Alen will not be
withdrawn from the senate by
Mr. Cleveland. It is said that
the appointment was -made out in
March and would have been sent in
then bnt for the statements made at
that time similar to those now current
about Mr. Van Alen. The matter was
then held np until it had been looked
into and the appointment was made
with all the information in the posses
sion of the President which he now
has. There is still a great deal of
talk, however, of the rejection of ths
nomination by the senate.
LAKE SHORE TRAIN STOPPED.
Report That Aaether Robbery Was At
tempted Near Elkhart er Geahea.
South Bknd, Ind., Oct 2 .The
Tribune to-day publishes an account
of an alleged attempt to hold np the
Lake Shore Atluntic express, No 12,
which leaves Chicago at 3:10 p. m.
Neither the place nor exact date of
the affair can be learned,
but It is said to have
occurred one night this week at a
point not many miles east, probably
near Elkhart or Goshen. The train
was nagged and the car doors were at
once locked by the trainmen. The ex
press car is believed not to have suf
fered, as the train soon started again.
Passengers excitedly discussed the
strange affair, but could obtain no in
formation from the trainmen.
Can Hold OSlee.
Topeka, Kan., Oct 2. In a writ
ten opinion given to-day Attorney
General Little says that women are
eligible to election to any county office
in Kansas. He bases his opinion on
the fact that there is nothing in the
statutes that debars women from hold
ing office. The opinion is a victory for
the woman sngragists.
Weekly Bank Statement.
Nkw Yokk, Oct 2. The weekly
bank statement shows the following
changes: Reserve, increase, 16,513,550;
loans, increase, $348,800; specie, in
crease, $2, 123, 800; legal tenders, in
crease, $6,145,100; deposits, increase,
$7,033,206; circulation, increase, $785,
300. The banks now hold $24,120,501
in excess of the requirements of the
25 ner cent rule
What Is Art ?
What is art? Well, art is something
that is born in one, not made. One can
not realize the imposition upon this
little worlfcarf three letters until they
come into personal contact with the
impostor. NoVprofession under the
bright, blue caimpy of heaven has to
harbor such scowges as that of the
theatrical professitW We are called
upon to go to tha average theatrical
emporiums with thelexpectatton of see
ing a true explanation of art with bright,
flash, printed matterXeinployed in this
vocation. How often areVe disappointed?
Many, nufny times. It m as wise Sol
omon vnto: "A mistake iaVnever known
until it made." Toavois all chance
of coinmiHjng another errorin this line
and to receivVa satisfactory answer to
the above simp yet important question
tbo public in general are invited to the
opera house onl
evening to witnt
the artistic produc
of a Kiss," an adap
tion of "The Stor
tation from the
tion of Entile Zola,
MerlV the distinguished
artiste anom thoroughly adequate com
pany of urtisrav "The qtpry of a Kiss"
lias proven a sensation iirall metropoli
tan theaters, and its presentation in this
city will prove another.
The term of district court was com
paratively short The verdict for plain
tiff in the Burrows-Edwards case was
S1029; the finding for the Columbus
State Bank against Farrell and others
was $111.40; in North against Rodgera
and others, the sale was confirmed and
deed ordered; in Gerhold against Luers,
the verdict for plaintiff was $5; in
Savage against O'Callahan, verdict of
guilty against defendant; in City of Co
lumbus against Kearville, judgment of
$25 for plaintiff; in Dineen against
Platte county, verdict for plaintiff $78;
in Omaha L. & T. Co. against Wallace
and others, finding for plaintiff, $2510.
10. In the one criminal case that was
not dismissed for want of prosecution, a
verdict was rendered against James
McAllister of guilty of assault, in which
case a motion for new trial is pending.
ve Rales Tke World.
The Stflky of a Kiss" wi prove in
teresting toll, for who is iW that has
not experiencecrHhe happiness qhat sur
rounds the mystersjB of that uneaplain
able delight "a kin," be it an eotatic
earn of bliss or anVunutterable tale of
Zola's latest wtonk "The Story of
is a play of intensity, showing
tue comDiqeu efforts o
and hatredX culminatii
in the old
adage "LovelRulee thi
Merli has hadkbe work si
tized, fitting heanany capabilities, thus
portraying a character-wilti her beauty
and genius that will leave a picture in
the hearts of all that will be perennial.
ssW Notice or Dissolatioa.
fotice is hereby given that the part
nership heeretofore existing, between
the undersigned, doing business under
the firm name of Wiley & Weer has
been this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, Mr. Weaver continuing in the
business, assuming all indebtedness of
tbo firm and collecting all debts due
L. A. WilLEY.
"Sept 25, 1893. 3t
List of letters remaining in the post
office at Columbus, Nebraska, for the
week ending Oct. 3, 1893:
SDamrler &. Itrninitnn.
John Steinebmnner, John Keriska.
Parties calling for the above letters
will please say "advertised."
CaSI. Krakkx, P. M.
"When Baby was sick, we gave her Caatoria.
Y.lien sJie was a Child, she cried for Caatoria.
When sho became Hiss, she cluag to Caatoria
When she had Chndrea, she gave them Caatoria.
Tnn Mansfield mine near Crystal
Falls, Mich., caved in Thursday night,
diverting the course of the river into
the mine, and forty men were drowned
like rats in a hole.
for. 8. Lehmann, "sUt. Ira GoMi
Jhn Rickptt, WssKmmt Schneider,
MWA- atiUerx" MrXlintjfiamifion,
MnPaakaUssflT Mr. PhJSf Vivinh
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
only line running solid vest-
lighted ana steam heated
the Missouri river and
consisting ot new palace sleep-
elegant free reclining chair
irious coaches and the finest
in the world. The berth
lamp in its palace sleeoinsr can
is patented and cannot be need bv anv
other railway company. It is the great
improvement of the age. Try it and be
". WWM..WW.WM tu uuiwi
depot at Omaha with all trains to and
from tne west, for further particulars
apply to your ticket agent or
F. A. Nass.Oenl Agt.
W. 8. Howaxr
Travlinv TJVfr. imlPui A
lljantf 1501 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb.
eaiesrekf rs' Excarsioas, October" 10.
u contemplate cnsur your lo
cation it will pay you to take advantage
a l,M'Rilinfrtn RrmtAa If ni,Siunil iimii
On thstpate, round trip tickets to the
cheep lan4. regions of western Nebfa ta,
eastern CoTonMo and northern Wy
in? will be of sale at very low ral
mta will also
tickets to Ibuthern points
una, etcf-at considerably
agent for mil informa-
m The World's Fair.
You aiay not believe it, but it's never
theless true that it is cooler at the
World's fair than it is right here. The
exposition buildings are situated on the
shores of Lake Michigan and refreshing
breezes from off its waters sweep over
the fair grounds unceasingly. A man
who goes to Chicago with the idea that
he ib about to enter an oven will be dis
appointed Ask the local agent of the Burlington
route for information about the best
and cheapest way of reselling Chicago.
Excursion every day.
xA The World's Fair.
Np western railroad is so highly fav
oredas regards ease of access to the
World's fair grounds as is the Burling
ton route. From the Union passenger
station at Chicago, into which all Bur
lington route trains run, you can reach
the exposition by water, -steam railroad,
elevated railroad or cable cars.
Ask the local agent of the Burlington
route for information about the best
and cheapest way of reaching Chicago.
Excursion every day.
Tke World's Fair.
cents, the admittance fee to the
Wond's fair, covers entrance to every
building containing exhibits on the
grounds, and the idea that a charge' in
addition to that amount is asked for ad
mission to each building, is entirely in
correct. Ask the local agent of the Burlington
route for information about the best
and cheapest way of reaching Chicago.
Excursion every day.
The Largest (Jan In the World
is m exhibition at the Great World's
fail. You ought to see it. This ia the
month of months to visit the fair, pleas
ant days, cool nights, delightful weather.
Maximum comfort enroute to Chicago
on the vestibuled limited trains of the
Chicago, Union Pacific & Northwestern
line. See your nearest Union Pacific
agent for rates or other information.
Of all the great, great newspapers of
the middle and western United States,
the Chicago Inter Ocean, as a paper for
the home, is the best, because it can be
enjoyed by every member of the house
hold, and the paper has not only struck
its gait, but is bettering it every week.
We have made arrangements so that we
can furnish you this paper along with
your other literature. Come and see us
about it, or drop us a line.
Children Cry for
jfiVorld's Fair Travelers Will .Have It.
The public demand through service
when traveling. It is old-fashioned to
"Change Cars." On the through solid
vestibuled trains of the Chicago, Union
Pacific & NorthWestern Line from or
Chicago, Omaha and intermediate points,
there is no change. This is the finest
anp fastest service between the points
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem
ishes from horses, Blood Spavin, Curbs,
Splints, Ring Bone, Sweeney, Stifles,
gprains, Sore and Swollen Throat,
Coughs, etc Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by C.
B. Stillman, druggist. 26novlyr
After the Fair
afcver you can stay at home. Go to
ChWJago now and see the most complete
andNnagnificent exhibition that has ever
been held. TJie vestibuled limited
trains of the Chicago, Union Pacific &
Northwestern line will take you there
with the least trouble and changes. 8t
The World's Fair Baiidiags.
e horticultural building height of
e 132 feet. Cost ot building
1,000. The Chicago, Union Pacific
Northwestern Lane offers rates as
cheap as the cheapest and unexcelled ac
commodations to Chicago. No change
of .cars enroute. See J. R. Meagher,
agent U. P. system at Columbus for de
.When in need of anything in the
line of job work cards, wedding invita
tions, dance programs, letter heeds, en
velopes, sale bills, receipts, notes, scale
books, bank checks, shipping tags,
blanks of any kind, in short all sorts of
printing, give The Joubnax, a call.
Rheumatism Cured in s Day. "Mys
tic Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia
radically cures in 1 to 3 days. Its sction
upon the system is remarkable and mys
terious. It removes st once the cause
and the disease immediately disappears.
The first dose greatly benefits, 75 cents.
Sold by A. Heintz, druggist, Colum
bus, Neb. 14-y
St. Patrick's Pnxs 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.
Children Cry for
HOT1CE OF BEGISTEATION.
CE is hereby given that the place of
oa ia the alaetloa nreciact at the
of the city of Cotaatbaa. Platte
will beat tha coart hoaaaia
and that said eleetioa preciact ia
Leans etreec oa taa west, aad by
uauie oc saia city os we aorta.
the plaeeot registration ia the eleetioa
Bt of the Second ward of said eitv. will hn
tha Kogiae home ia said ward, aad that said
precmec UBoeaaea bytiewia attest oa
, oa we west ay r. street ana Nebraska
and cm the north and sosth bv tha eor.
Mate limita of said city.
That tha nlaes of radstratioa in tha tOnetina
precinct of the Third ward of said city shall be
at John Habsrs hotel bulldiag on the aoath H
of lot 8, block 56. ia said ward, and that said
eleetioa precinct ia boaaded oa the mat by P.
street and Nebraska arcane, and en the north,
aoath aad west by the corporate limits of said
The dam of rogietratiaa are October 10th, Oc
tober lath, October 39th, November 3d aad
November 4th, ltfttt.
.Brjxder of tha mayor aad council ot said
a October 1.18SS. " WM. BECKER,
Soctit City Clerk.
BFORT OF THE COHDITION
ius State Bank,
In the State o lv?asata, at the close of
Diunness. sept. J 1893.
Loans aad discounts....
Overdrafts, second and
. 2,813 IS
. M0t 41
. 14.738 71
. 10,874 X!
Other stocks, bonds, aad naor
Dae from National Banks.
other cash items....:
paper currency, nickel
r.i;t.l atnnt nairl 1
..If 83,000 00
..I. 5.101 W
Individual deposits i
tbject to check!. ,( 49
deposit a 16,3U 4?
Time certificates of
ill .m ii.jw -
Total. . St2,858 15
State or Nebsaska, )
(Tnnntv nt Platte (
1. John Staaffer. cashier of tho above-
named bank, do aolemnlvnwcar that the above
statement ia true to the Apt of my knowledge
and belief. VIohn Stacvkku.
HabNcribed and sworn to swore me tnis znn
dar of Sent- 18V8.
II. F. J. HdBKXNBEBOEK.
My commission expires Jane 12, 1891.
STATESTEST OF THE CONDITION OF
Commercial - Bank
At Cohanbus, in thekState of Nebraska,
at the close ofwitsiness bep-
tember Jl 1893.
Loans and Discounts ac- $ l"'--l M
Orenlrafts. secured and nnsecmed... l,9t(S 14
Dae from National Banks .. . . . 21,310 01
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtoljs . . 14,417 35
Current expenses and taxes paid .n . . 3,451 39
Cheeks and other cask items. a. . . 59 IS
Hills of other banks . 3.801 W
Fractional paper currency, nickem,
and cents M- 135 64
Specief A 3,241 15
Legal -tinder notes 1 3,340 00
Tal l99.246 07
Capital Slick paid in $ 00,000 00
undivided pajmts iu,ui
Individual depmita subject to check. 24,775 93
Demand certincama of deposit 6,35 23
Time certificates If deposit 63,053 50
Notes and bills rsViiscounted None
Bills payable .a None
Total .. $199,246 07
STATE OF MEBBASKAW .
County of PIntte, "
I, Clark Gray, casmer of the above-named
bank, do solemnly am dm that above statement is
true to the best of my Impwledge and belief.
xrk Ghat, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn before me this dth
day of September. 1893.
aiy commission expires May zait&i.
Tuesday afternoon, and are correct and reliable
at the time.
Wheat new 354tf
Shelled Corn 26
Kar Corn 25
tlO a a a bU
IB Js3U UBtaa . a 14
Flour $1902 40
Potatoes t 001 10
Fat hogs 5 505 75
Fat cows fl 23ftl 50
Xenw lwvVi,t ) ! sym iWml MM
mMBUaagBj 9 m v . $m ts
Advertisements under this head five cents a
line each insertion .
M.8CHILTZ makes boots and shoes in the
best, styles, and uses only the very best
k that can be procured in the market. 52-tf
C. I. NEWMAN.
WHEN you want FIRE, LIGHT
NING or TORNADO insurance
on city and farm property; if you want
an ACCIDENT POLICY; it you want
to buy or sell farm or city property; if
you want bargains in real estate, call at
the Real Estate and Insurance Agency,
IASEMENT CIMMERCIAL BANK,
Dr. CLARK'S INSTITUTE
FOB TEE TBBATMEXT OF THE
Drink Habit !
Alto Tobacco, Morphine and
other Narcotic Habits.
aavPrivate treatment given if desired.
COLUMBUS, - - NEBRASKA.
JtL H. J. AaUTOUD,
PHYSICIAN AND 8UROKON.
Omca two doors north of Brodfnehrer's Jewelry
store. Omca open day aad night. Telephone
magm-ly-p CoLomvs, Neebaiea.
JR. L. VAH. M.
GradaatoofOatarioYatariaaaColka. Oman 1
s in aotwoaet aaPEwars www. trngm
Gastoria is Dr- Samuel Pitcher's proscription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine ner
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
fer Paregoric, Drops, Soothiu? Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its frcarautco is thirty years us by
Millions of Mothers. Caatoria destroys Worms and allays
-feTerishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting; Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the foo.1, regulates the stomach
and bowels, givinc healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Childreu Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Caatoria m an excellent medietas for cSQ
cmn. MoUnaa have repeatedly told mo of lu
good eJEeet vpoa Utair children."
Dc O. C Osgood,
" Caatoria is the best remedy for children cf
which I am acquainted. I kopo the day Is cot
far distant when mothers will oonsiiler the real
t of their children, and use Castoria in-
1 of the variousquack nostrums which aro
deatroyins their loved ones, by forcing opiura.
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
gnats dowa their throats, thereby sendiag
i to premature craves."
Da. J. F. Kixcheloe,
" Conway, Ark.
Tha Caataar Cenupaay, TX Marrar Street, Hew Terk Crty,
dime, Pealtrj, aid Freak Fill.
paid for Hides, Falta, Tallow.
jOlire 8trMt, tw. Dn N.rtt
Have caused a great commotion in finan
cial circles throughout the country, but
such matters have no effect on the solid
business firm of
Who watch the murkets closely and buy
Prices are Low
And ready money is badly needed. This
firm has been exceptionally fortunate
this spring' in their purchases, and have
now on hands as fine an assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES
As was ever offered in Colnmbus. And
as to prices, no firm can sell good goods
closer and live.
Summer - Styles
In CLOTHING are neat and the fig
ures particularly pretty. Call early and
make your selection from n full stock,
FOR SALE !
THKEE ACRES of first-class land, jost oat
side the city limits of Colainbus on the
east, together with
Nursery, Apple Trees, Flowering Shntbx,
Dwelling-house, Green-house and
two other buildings on
For farther particulars, inquire of or ad
dress ISKCHKK, JAEGUI & CO..
Or Jobs Taxxahiix,
Genoa, Nebr. 2ftjan3m
MTY m EN6ELMN,
fresh: andsalt heats,
rVwTtottfc attltwt, Columbia, Met)
"CartotU is ao well adapted tochlldrasitliM
I r.nuaeadttas superior toaayprmcrlpthm
II. A. Akcbbb,L IX,
111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, H. T.
" Our physicians in tha children'a depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Caatoria,
and although we ouly have ainoo&- our
medical supplies what is known aa regular
products, yet wears free to confess that taa
luerita of Castoria has won ua to look wita
favor upon it."
Usrrso Hosktai. asd Dispemsabt,
Arucc C. Surra, iYv..
All Kiads ef Saisage Specialty.
fTlghaat market price paid for fat mMl0.'
f the Pint Natitial Baik.
J. Will Illustrate
To yon the advantage of buying
From him. If a splondid stock '
and low prices cut any
figure, you will
TNE FINEST FLOUR
Always on hand.
His stock of
Is large, well Bulected and
everything you want will
bo found in stock
at low figures.
g Country prodnco a spe
cialty, and always taken tit
cash prices. All goods deliv
Can furnish you with
LnmUBre Lat&, SMngles, poors,
BLINDS, LIME, Etc., and
everything kept in the-
South of TJ. P. IL R Depot, Columbus,
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE noTVt...
Da jm wear them? When iwxt la need try s paJrVI
If yes want sffns DRESS SHOE, mam In ths latest
tiylet, rfoa't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3 JO, $4.0Jor
i Shea. They fit equal to custom made and lock and
wearasweR. Ifyoawlih to economize In your footwear
m so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name ana
prlco stamped on the bottom, look for It when yoa buy
W..IWCGlJaS.Braea4ew,Kas. Sold by;
GrRIFFEIST & GrRAY.
. t u t ,Way.?blt. Iowa,Nov.13,1S92. ". '
G. U. Brace Tailor. Esq..
Dear Sir: After wearing; your Rlasses th're
weeks I feel I cannot say enough for them, nor
for yonr special method of skillful fitting-.
tor the past eighteen years I have been a con
stant sufferer from defective iBht (Compound
Myopic Astigmatism) . Nothing 1 conld get waa
satisfactory nntil yoar examination which I
noticed was strictly scientific, and inspired mo
at once with confidence in your ability.
I now havo no tronblo in reading the finest
print by nisht or day; and to all thoso in need of
glasses 1 most cheerfully recommend yoa as a
Mr. Tudor will examine eye at A. Heintr'a
12.25 m At 1.7
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