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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. 1894.
A. & X. TIME TABLE.
l Colomboe .
Seward . .-. ..
s:25 a.m. Z30p.ia.
. S3d SO
. SOS 405 p.m.
'10:22 ,7:45 -
The paearerIeaTw Lincoln at 8:40 p. m aad
rriv-j at Colnmboa 9:40 p. m; the frpudit Iaavea
1 .inc-ola at 7:15 a. n. and. arrives at Colnnibntf at
4 00 p. a.
Atlantic Ex. 7 20 a. ai
' ChwazoEx. 12:40 p. a
Cnl. Local 550 a. m
sorjf a wtst.
Pacific Ex. 1005 p. m
Denver Ex. .. 105 p. m
Limited 5:05 p. m.
Local Frt 630 a. m
No. 3. rait 31ail. cimf
throossh tunt. Goinj? wt at 9-UJ p. m ar
riTer at DenT-:W a. m. No. 4. Fast MaE car-ri-
pasbiiprs. sroinit 8t at 152 p. m.
Th" freint train lemn here at (550 p. xa. car
zi t j.-?jums front here to Valley.
lixcols. coixaraca ASD siocx citt.
Pi-w-a-r amvea from Sioux City 1235 p. m
leave Colnmboa for Linc'n 155 p. m
arrive from Lincoln. .. 4:10 p. m
leaves for Sioax City liOp. m
Mixei 1-aTvu for Sioax City . ... S:Q0a.ai
Hired arrive UHJ P. ai
FOB AUUON JL3D CZDA& RAPLDS.
Mized leaves .
3.-00 a. m
-O0 p. m
JSAli notion nnder thi
charged at tii- rati; of $2 a year.
heading -will be
LEBANON LODGE No. S;, A. F. A. M.
Reiraiar meetimrs 2d Wednesday in each
month. All brethren invited to attend.
E. H. Chambers, W. M.
It BEiH,SVcy. 2t)juiy
WiLDEi LODGE No. 44, L O O.F.,
me"ti Tat-Bttii ever.iTiTH of each
re-K or tueir hali on Thirteenth
"" strer Vuitim; brethren cordially
invit-Hl. E. . Xewxax. N. G
W U.V1&TES fcecj 27jan91-tf
EOKUANLZEDt HtEl EOF LATTEB-DA1'
Smct hihl rwralar servicer venr Sunday
sz 2 p. m prarer meeting oc W ednerday evening
at tneir chapL "oraernt ortn -street ana facinc
Elder H. J Hcio:. Pn-sident.
I eras Woi.
Eslusbus Jqoi! Coupon.
S "seadur bring one coupon like 3
Thx- wita lu cento in coin to The
t'oi.nrEcs JorHN.vL, "olnmbaa,
Tv To ilitchell's for dour aad feed.
f. Come to The .Torax.u. for job work.
"' - The Monroe Mirror has ceased pub
lication. Dietrich Bartell of Bisrnark town
ship is sick.
Sanday was one of the finest days
of the season.
Dr. Tan Es. veterinary sarj?ton. office
Dr. T. R
Clark, Olive street.
office at nurhts.
Mr. Tally returned Wednesday last
from his trip east.
5s. L. McCoy was at St. Edward Sat
urday on busmen?.
i Boys knee pants from 25 cents up.
". fat ,j. b" Delsman's. 2
Cut tiowers for sale at the City green
house. Telephone 60. tf
Dr. E. H. Xauman's dental parlors
in North block, 13th street. tf
Grandfather McAllister has been
very feeble the past few days.
" Only thirty names more are wanted
ti make athletic park a sneeess.
Gen James B. Weaver is announced
U speak at Platte Center today
' ' ' S. E. Phillips is bunding a dwelling
' house for Fred. Jewell on his farm.
Is youXlfouSravVSonll A
Mrs. Ensjelke Buss, a resident
Shaad creek valley, died Friday last.
Tomato, cabbasre. caulidower and
sweet potato plants for sale by Marmoy
i Simmons, tf
Frank BridelL who was in Colum
bus some two years ago, has returned
from St. Louis.
Dr. F. J. Schuir. formerly of this city,
has been elected city physician of Taco
- Editor Howard of the Sehuvler Sun
was a Columbus visitor between trains
one day last week.
A. car !lf cifcgice Vermel iilie just
week with congestion of the lungs which
laid him up three days.
aes i ehoei-oV BkJ- 0J
: NJ it J. Arnold. M. D physician and
t '- .. jXsnrgeon. Two doors north of Brod-
tuenrer s jewelry store, ti
August 9 to 16 inclusive has been
fixed as the time for holding Methodist
camp meeting at Norfolk.
ueorge iaircnuc seiaom goes out
but what he gets a nice string of fish,
along with the healthful exercise.
The county judge issued a marriage
license Monday to Edwin Eisenmann
and Miss Lydia Ami, both of frrig county.
Court has been adjourned to Thurs
day morning, at which time it is sup
posed the sentences will be pronounced.
Mrs. J. W. Love of Fremont died in
that aty Tuesday night of last week.
Mr. Love died the 20th day of last De
cember. Those in need of work and those
wanting help can often both be accom
modated by making their wants known
at. the Y. M. a A. rooms.
Mitchell's store has been moved to
one door north of Basmusaen's oldstanu,
(now Christoffersen'sX where be can be
found" with his line of goods, alkali time.
Children Cry for
V-Baled hay at MitcheU'e. 4
Jchs. F. Siems of Shell creek town
ship if a sick man.
When in need of an auctioneer, call
Dave Smith. HewQl act for you
witlrcromntneas. safety and dispatch, tf
)SrHave you tried Whea
tel, the new breakfast
Jim Frazier is a caution to buy
cattle. In the last five weeks he has
bought and shipped 1046 head of fat
A letter from W. B. Backus to Carl
Kramer says that they were expecting
soon to see Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Henry at
Levi Levery, an Indian, who is at
tending college at Bellevue, will jjreach
in the Presbyterian church next Sunday
From 700 to 500 acres will be sowed
to hemp near Columbus this spring.
Mr. Jerome is making a delivery of
An. old farmer sayB to test your seed
corn Lefore you plant it in your field.
You may have your work for nothing, if
you do not.
Grading haa already started on the
south end of the Gulf and Inter-State
line, which we hope to see extend
through this city.
Gcod nice German millet seed for
at 60 cents a busheL Call on John
Sissle, or address him through the mail,
Columbus post-office. 3p
John Gondrins (father of J. M) who
arrived here several weeks ago from
Indiana, has purchased the McPherson
farm, down the river.
Eniil Hoeher. will probably not soon
again explode powder for amusement.
He did this Saturday and it puffed into
his face pretty badly.
Millet seed for sale at GO cents a
bashel, cleaned ready for sowing. A
sample may be seen at .Jocbxai. omce.
nquire of John nisenmann. 3
Down go -the prices Now is the
time to buy your harness while vou can
get them at a discount of 10 per cent for
cash only at F. E. Rusche's. tf
Geo. Losey, sheriff of Madison coun
ty, passed through the city Sunday hav
ing in charge a bey whom he was taking
to the reform school at Kearaev.
Grain put in with a press drill is
looking much better than that sown
broadaist this spring as the wind did
not damage the deep sowing so much.
The entertainment Y. M. C. A. com
mittee are preparing for a crowded
house to hear Robert Xourse next Wed
nesday evening. Congregational church.
We did not leam until Saturday
that Ernest Stengger and Miss Emma
Jones cf Omaha were married on the 2d
inst. They are expected here in a week
Reminiscences of the Fair, sixteen
rtfohos of the World's fair, given
away to our customers. For particulars
call at J. B. Delsman's store, Eleventh
Wm. Steinbaugh found part of the
goods stolen from Scheidel's store Platte
Center, under the bridge south of town,
and stuffed into a pants leg. so says the
Michael Mausbach wires back to
Charles Schroeder from Wichita Falls.
Texas, that he had bought land there
and is well pleased with the appearance
of the country.
Mrs. J. P. Becker and Mrs. Tiffany
will gi- a tea for the benefit of the
Ladies Aid Society at the residence of
Mrs. Becker today i Wednesday i after
noon from 4 to 6.
Harry Wells, physical director of
the Y. M. C. A. association at Fremont
talked o forty men at the rooms Sunday
afternoon, and preached at the Presby
terian church in the evening.
Thure will be a meeting of the citi
zens of Platte county for the purpose of
reorganizing the Colnmbus Power and
Canal Company, on April 20th. at 7:30
p. m.. in the office of city clerk.
Th- bridge builders among readers
ol he JorRXAi. will nnd m todav's
- ... - . .
per an advertisement of Mr. Lueechen,
clerk of Sherman township, asking for
bids for the construction of a bridge. 3
-Don't be deceived by a person that
has never ereii teamed the harness trade.
He mav sell vou a worthless article for
first-class, and never know the difference.
Remember all thit glitters is not gold.
There is a bind of singers, farmers
near Rising, Butler county, who meet
regularly once a week in a large hall of
I their own, who are expected to take part
in the Saengerfest to be held here in
Profs. Hughes of Schuyler. Stable-
presumably, all considering the situation
as to school superintendent here for the
Alr-ert Strackenberger of Basel,
Switzerland, arrrred Wednesday in the
city. He iaon a general tour of this
country as the representative of a bank
at Basel and goes, from here to California
House cleaning will now be the
order of the day, nut it is best not to be
too pn-vious with it, either. The com
fort and health, of the family should be
the mam consiaeration. The
are still a little chillv.
M. Jerome iB giving strict attention
to his hemp enterprise, and we judge
that if anybody can. he will make a suc
cess of it. and it certainly looks as
though the councry in general needed
some good hemp-raisers.
Mrs. M. Ham-r has returned from
Omaha, where she had been for three
weeks a; the beside of her daughter,
Mrs. Chapman, who suffered a severe
attack of inflammatory rheumatism, from
which she is slowly recovering.
The Y. M. C A. are trying to make
arrangements so that they can have half
a block for out-door sports such as lawn
tennis, croquet, etc This will be nice
and good, and money well invested bv
those who can spare it.
i pitertara Caatarla.
'"krsa to von Bergen vBroS fok the
Lion IcessV ladieskehofcs. tacks,
naiar wa9eads inWnict wSh fbe
feet, and warranted not tosrip. 2
Gen- Wearer passed through, the
city Monday on his way to Fnllerton
and Cedar Rapids, whence he will come
to Platte Center to speak this (Wednes
day) evening at 8 o'clock. The General
is an interesting speaker.
It is estimated that an irrigating
canal, such as we can have, will furnish
water sufficient to irrigate for one and a
half miles on each side of a canal eleven
miles in length, which would add a con
siderable percentage to the value of the
-The Saengerfest is to be held here
August 24, 25 and 26. One hundred and
fifty singers are already on the list, rep
resenting societies of Omaha, Platts
mouth, Seward, Grand Island, Madison
and Stanton, who wish to have a place
on the program.
Seward had some trouble in regard
to accepting a city well, the contract
price being 31,294, the contractors' claim
8L537, the difference being a claim for
extras: $1,144 was finally accepted. The
prospect is that it will give the city a
good supply of water.
We are truly glad that we are able
to furnish our readers such rare works
of art as are found in our photographic
tour of the world, and at such a marve
lously low price, only ten cents for each
number, accompanied by a coupon back
numbers at the same rate.
The funeral of Lena, wife of Engelke
Buss took place at 10 o'clock Monday,
Rev. Mieasler officiating, a large con
course of people being in attendance.
She was born at Oldenburg, Germany.
May 4, 1839, and leaves her husband and
five children to mourn her loss.
There was in the city one day last
week a solicitor for consignments of fat
cattle for an English company, operating
at London and Liverpool There are
swarms of solicitors for our United
States commission men, but it is seldom
you see a Lon'oner here on that business.
An entertainment under the auspices
of the Congregational Y. P. S. C. F will
be given at the Congregational church
Friday evening, April 27. 1594. At the
close of a program rendered by home
talent there will be a lauchable farce by
the Peak sisters of Alaska. Program
Married, at the Catholic chnrch in
this city Monday, April 9, 1S94. by Rev.
Father Sal va tor. Mr. Patrick Macken. of
Platte Center, and Miss Lillie Kennedy,
of Madison. We wish the young couple
an abundance of happiness and pros
perity in their married life. Madison
For Sale! A rare opportunity is
ered to any one wishing to step into a
beautiful home, complete in every par
ticular and elegantly furnished, on
Fourteenth street. This is one of the
most desirable localities in Columbus.
Terms can be made to suit purchaser.
Alonzo Haight. 5t
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" will be
impersonated and lectured upon by the
wonderful Washington. D. C dramatical
orator, Robert Nburse. on Wednesday
evening, April 25th, in the Congrega
tional church. A rare opportunity will
be lost if our citizens fail to hear him.
Admission 50 cents.
X-Abts i- Stupfel have opened a meat
n!aret in the place formerlv occunied
by W. T. Rickly, on Olive street, where
they keep, for the accommodation of
their custom, fresh meats of all kinds
and varieties anything you may wish
in their line of business. Fish always on
hand. Telephone No. 10. tf
TFremont people were so well pleased
with Robert Nourse's lecture, Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." that they per
suaded him to return to them last Mon
day night, just four nights after his first
appearance. Will our citizens allow
themselves to miss such a treat, then be
sorry for doing it, as has been the case
so many times?
A business letter under date of
April Bth to Judge Hudson from J. A.
Van Schoik. who went to Houston,
Texas, several weeks ago, has the fol
lowing: We are all well and getting
along all right. I find plenty of work in
the dairy business, but there is good
money in it. Give my regards to the L
O. O. F. and any other inquiring friends."
The ladies of the Congregational
church and society will give a dime
sociable this ("Wednesday evening at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson.
A short, interesting program will be pre
sented, after which refreshments will be
served to those who desire. Admission
10 cents, refreshments 10 cents. The
ladies will use the proceeds discreetly
for the benefit of the church.
rhe following corn planters are sold
enry Lubker: Barlow, steel frame.
Tait s Iron Dandy, Tait's Jim Dandy,
the old reliable Standard. Evans adjusta
ble frame. Beloit Pick up Planter, some
thing new, don't fail to see it. He also
sells the Norwegian and Rock Island
Clipper Plows. The Norwegian Nor
mandie tongueless cultivator: should be
seen by everybody that expects to buy a
tongueless cultivator. It will please. 4
The following notice is required by
the first assistant postmaster general to
be posted in all pcetofSces: -Do not
mail your letter or package without
having your own address written or
printed on the upper left hand corner.
This will insure its prompt return if not
delivered and will prevent its being sent
to and opened at the dead letter office.
Remember The Jourai. can furnish vou
envelopes with your name and address
printed upon them at a very reasonable
price, and promptly, as promised.
The Humphrey Democrat says that
Obe Terwilliger was burning some com
stalks and the fire got away from him.
burning up all his hay the old story
goes, boys shouldn't"" monkey with
matches Dr. Smart has moved his
office and household goods to Madison
where he intends making his home in the
future. . The supervisor of Granville
township has been instructed and direct
ed to allow no bills, either in Columbus
or the township unless the same have
j been audited and O K'd by the township J
L-The plafcng mill is in full
JLyt. Armstrong at theHiead. Tttie
to whom hXhad ieasedhenill, alma
ne nasieic or pfcrts mnKnDwn, w,
good wormaand left te pmp
mrJJNintacrVin arervtBinVso ta
equipment is jusKthe me. Mr
strong iseceiving aany gWd orders.
work. whiclShe is Dromutlvlnr
M Trio Rui
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St. Patrick's Prtxs are carefully
prepared from the best material and
according to the moat approved formula,
and are the most perfect cathartic and
liver pill that can be produced. We
sell them, a E. Pollock Co. and Dr.
At Beatrice objection was made to
the granting of liquor license to some of
the applicants because they had sold to
minors; had sold on Sundays and elec
tion days. It is urged that the owners
or employes of saloons shall not be
allowed to enter their places on Sunday
unless accompanied by an officer; that
Keeley graduates be not allowed to drink
in the saloons; that all screens and ob
structions be removed from windows.
and that one-fourth the fines collected
from prosecution be paid to the com
Kelly's contingent of the common
weal army passed through the city Sun
day morning about 1:30. Nearly all of
the 13)0 men in the 26 box cars were
asleep. CoL Kelly made a little talk to
those of our citizens who stayed np to
see the crowd. He said that they ex
pected to get through to Washington
and impress upon congress the great
necessity of their providing work for the
unemployed thousands of the country.
Contrary to the expectation of many, the
men did not look like utoughs""at all.
bat workmen out of employment.
Charles Chapin of Oconee was in the
city Thursday, and we struck him for
the news, of course. He is breaking 160
acres of land he bought lately west of
Oconee, and expects to tear the sod all
to pieces with a disc, and then plant to
com this season yet. We shall watch
that piece of corn with considerable in
terest. What Charlie can do somebody
else may be able to do also. Miss Ger
trude Schofield is teaching the Oconee
school with an enrollment of twenty
girls and the same number of boys. Mrs.
E. W. Hawkins and Mrs. Charles Chapin
have each presented their husbands a
Dave Maury arrived in the city Fri
day from Washington, where he has been
the past two years. Times there are
fearfully dull just now, his employer,
who usually had work for six men. hav
ing discharged all of them, and engaged
mostly, himself, in collecting outstand
ing accounts. The wet weather has been
hard on the fanners, wheat growing in
the stack. As to former Columbus peo
ple, he says that Wandel & White have
dissolved partnership and that Dr. Schug
was recently elected city physician of
Tacoma by a very large majority; it is a
position said to be worth several thous
and dollars a year.
C. J. Phelps of Schuyler writing to
A. Anderson about tobacco seed says
that a tablespoon fnl is enough to raise
an acre, m fact if half the seed comes it
is enough for three acres. Take a quart
of very fine old manure, and after sift
ing it through a fine sieve, mix the seed,
moisten it with warm water, keeping it
in a warm room, usually under the
kitchen stove, about a week, sow on a
well pulverized seed bed, say 6x30 feet
for a tablespoonful of seed, don't rake
in but tramp the ground and sprinkle it
thoroughly. It may be sown any time
this month or the first of May. Nebras
ka is raising considerable tobacco of a
of the sixteen numbers of The
Jocrxai.5 Tour of the World pictures
have passed into the hands of many of
our subscribers and all are delichted
with them. When finished they will
make a splendid collection. It is neces
sary to see the pictures and read the
brief descriptions in order to fully appre
ciate their worth and beauty. If you
have not had any of these begin now; we
can furnish all back numbers on the
same terms as we are to furnish the
future ones viz: a coupon and ten cents.
See the list of pictures in today's Jocr
xai. for No. ill now ready for distribu-
ow that we are furnishing
those who buy these pictures an oppor
tunity of delight well worth a hundred
times its cost, and no matter who you
are. you can ill afford to be without these
We notice that at Lincoln the fol
lowing points were urged against differ
ent parties applying for license to sell
liquors: one had used back rooms and
an upper story for gambling and other
illegal purposes; one had obstructions
in his windows and doors; one had wine
running the right kind of a place; one
wanted to open a saloon in a block where
there were already two saloons. Mayor
Weir introduced a resolution that no
license be granted to any saloon keeper
who is behind in the personal city taxes
on his saloon, and the resolution carried
unanimously. A councilman introduced
an amendment to the rules providing
that any citizen might file a complaint
against any saloon keeper and the latter
shall appear before the excise board for
trial, and upon conviction his license
shall be revoked.
Last week we made brief mention of
the death of Mrs. Mary Theresa Greisen,
who died at the residence of her young
est son. Hilger, April S. She was bom
near Cologne, Germany, Nov. 15, 1S15,
her maiden name being Muck3. Her
husband. Christian Greisen. with his
wife and seven children, came to Wis- '
cousin in 1S68, and to Nebraska in 1S72.
Mr. Greisen died Feb. 7, 1S78. and about '
two years later, March 11. 1SS0 th nnlv
daughter, Mrs. Gruenther, died. Ieavins
four young children, and these she cared
for. She leaves six sons. Vrar nni
Jacob of this city, Henry, Philip and !
John near Platte Center and HiLzer of '
riatte center. Mrs. Greisen was the
grandmother of fourteen living grand
children and two great-grand-children,
the latter being children of Mr. and Mrs.
Bruckner. Funeral ceremonies were
conducted April 10, by Rev. Marcellinus,
at St. Anthony chnrch. and the remains
were laid tons by those of her huabaad. l
t-xme uxnarapeet sugar vompacv
ctranu jsianu annwincea mat vney nave
already oontnkitedMor VOOO :res f
sugar beetfothe cWnin seasen. anti
theywill conHjinuV to take contracts up
to MAr first,fit hichimethevill
close tnfeir book They esDresWy desire
only the tst o farmeVs to cVitnLct, who
anL entirelr capabW ofvtakirV tae very
besNcaifcofVheurap. he nSednce
is SoSloVpeX torX dViveWd aGrand
IslandfcrSdl Vetsh3fnnkl2 peVcent
of sacehaineHn!kterndpariiy co-effi-ciect
of SOVBlankconSracte can be had,
or any furer inirmationby corres
pocdrixr withhe Otaiard Biet Sugar
CompanVat Grand Isrand. 4
Crajizb Schoet April 12. by H. J.
Hudson, justice of the peacer Albert A.
Cramer and Miss Jala Schcen. all of
Sttzxitax April 14th, after an illness
of five days, of pneumonia. Dr. Charles
He was born in New Haven, Conn., in
1S31: when three years old his parents
moved to Illinois. In 1S56 he graduated
from the Iowa Medical University and
came to Omaha, remaining until the
following spring, when he came to Co
lumbus, where he has since resided.
He and George W. Hewett came from
Omaha, on foot, through the snow,which
is recorded as being three feet deep, in
the month of March. In August the
county was organized, and Dr. Stillman
was chosen the first justice of the peace;
he was the second county clerk, follow
ing F. G. Becher, and preceding H. J.
Hudson; he was the first recorder; in
the line of coroners he was the fifth; he
was the first doctor and for nine years
the only physician of this vicinity. He
has been mayor of the city, and in many
ways have the people shown their confi
dence in him as a citizen. In 1S71 he
was married to Misb Celia L. Edwards,
who, with their children, Charles L-.
Albert E. and Lela, survive him. The
funeral services are being held at the
residence of the family as we go to
press, 2 o'clock Tuesday, Rev; Joudon of
the Episcopal church officiating. The
Masonic fraternity (p whose four organ
izations here he was a member), furnish
the escort to the cemetery.
The good doctor's long life among us
deserves a more extended account than
our space affords this week. One of our
first and best citizens has passed to the
spirit world. leaving his best memento
in the hearts of hosts of friends who
knew him and loved him for his intelli
gent interest in the affairs of life.
At the council meeting of the 13th all
members were present. Mayor Phillips
presiding. Minutes of previous meetings
read and approved.
Messrs. McDaniel i: Campbell request
ed the privilege of adding two names to
the number of their bondsmen. The
council resolved that if such request be
made in writing, signed by all the parties
upon such bond, and the same filed with
the city clerk the privilege is hereby
granted for responsible parties to call at
the city clerk's office and sign said bond.
The mayor was directed to execute
contract of lease with the Commercial
An ordinance providing for the execu
tion, issuance, registration and disposal
of the water bonds of the city upon the
proposition submitted April 3d. 1S94.
was duly passed, title agreed to, and
License to sell liquor was granted to
Thomas McTaggart. Carl Shubert. John
P. Abts i wholesale, and to Arnold
Gabler, druggist's permit.
The clerk was directed to procure the
blank bonds necessary, for the issuance
of the water bonds, and also to prepare
the necessary record and forward to the
state auditor for registration.
The rules of the preceding council
were adopted. Councilman Gray was
elected president. Councilman Wells as
overseer of the poor.
Gray, Wells and Welch were appointed
a special committee to report at the next
meeting the extent of territory neces
sary m their judgment to be covered by
Adjourned to April 17.
A special meeting of the council was
called Monday evening, at which the fol
lowing resolution was passed
Whereas C. B. Stillman. lately deceas
ed, was one of the founders of our city,
at one time its mayor, and always an
honored and respected citizen, therefore
Resolved. That as a mark of respect
the mayor and city council attend his
funeral as a bodv.
We clip the following paragraph
from the Schuyler Quill of the .11th. It
explains itself: "E. S. Clover recently
received a letter from a sister who lives
at her home in Fayette county, Iowa,
which is in the northwestern portion of
the state. She related a little incident
which is of some interest here. It seems
that her father was out in the woods
last week attending to surar making,
when a fellow who was tramping over
the country came to him and stated that
he was nearly starved. He shared the
old gentleman's dinner and while eating
was asked where he was from. He said
he was from Schuyler and later in
answer to an inquiry said he knew Ed
Cloyer, of the post-office store. He re
fused to tell any more nor give his name.
They believed ram to be. from his ac
tions, a person running away from some
crime. Just who it could be is hard to
tell or even guess, but some are inclined
to believe that it is J. F. Egan who
caused the death of George McKelvey at
Columbus. Egan's parents live near
Real Entat Transfer.
Becher. Jsggi x Co.. real estate agents,
fnUpvcing real estate transfers
filed m tae omce
oi me conntv-ciera:
the week ending April It. 1594:
U P By Co to J B Smith, n seta JS-19-
4t, wd " $
Charfe S Stebbina ro Frank Sla-inaki.
as w?4. lS-13-lw. wd
F G Dext- et al to Daniel A Lord, n,
aw1 7-17-le, wd
Jacob B Keita to Tmstee- M E Chnrch.
I acre in s-w ev JstMw, wd
Farmer Protective An to O i Hp
Valley E R Co U100 acres akn track
of Co in Monroe, wd
A Gerrard to same land along trade
of said Co it Monro, wd.
Lotus Macken. adai'r. to Max Brnck-
ner. as ae1 Zand nw'a n. It-!
3Iax Brnckner to Eiljrtr GreUen. u1
nw- and as nei and ne'- awVi si
Lilla McDonald to M P kinkaid. w1.
se1 aad awJ - 9-17-1-ar. wd
John E Dack to Sarah A. Gilim. v.
Jwph 3 WeE to E aad Amelia
Eickly. as se1 and loo U. 1Z, LT.
c 2Z-l7-le. jcd . . .
FJeTen transfers, total
C L. . C.
Will meet at the residence of C. H.
Sheldon, April 24. Roll call, each mem
ber expressing an opinion on the follow-
ms; 1oeation: Should President Cleve- i
land officially recognize Coxey's arm
when they arrive in Washmcton:
-Classic Latin course in English." chap
ter vii. W. A. McAllister: "Son"' and
I'eJend k0111 toe Middle Ages- to page
Bessie Sheldon; Song. Alice
Matthews; Piano solo.
Mrs. W. A. Mc-
For Sal Colamhan StateBaak Stock.
non-resident, wishing to close an
estate, will sell $1200 Columbus State
Bank stock, in sums to suit.
Address Fied W. Lee.
G. G. Bowman of Omaha returned
Mrs. Frank Field and her oldest son,
of Omaha, arrived in the city Saturday.
Mrs. D. C. Kavanaugh and children
returned last week from their visit to
Mrs. George Burke of Omaha and Mrs.
Bratt of North Platte have been visiting
with the family of W. T. Bickly.
W. S. Becher came up from Omaha
Saturday, went to David City Sanday
and returned to Omaha Monday.
Thomas Gentleman of Omaha came
up Saturday to see his aged father, who
has been sick. He returned home Sun
day. R. A. McClure and two daughters of
Pennsylvania are visiting Rev. O. A..
Elliott and family. Mrs. McClure is a
sister of Mrs. Elliott.
Charles Stillman, who has been. in.
attendance at the Chicago College of
Pharmacy, arrived in the city Sanday,
called home by the death of his father.
3Irs. Robert McPherson of Haigler,
Dundy county, has been in the city sev
eral weeks, attending her mother, Mrs.
James McAllister, who was quite ill, but"
is now better.
Court has been in session since Mon
day of last week; the jury for the term
was discharged Friday. Court adjourn
ed to yesterday, and will probably be in
session the remainder of the week.
W. A. McAllister v. Klebbaec aL Con
tinued. First Nat'l Bank Chicago v. Gilt Edge
Mnfg Co. Judgment for plaintiffs for'
519:$?. Motion of Lehman and Colum
bus State Rink denied. They except.
Demurrer of Lehman and Columbus
State Bank sustained. Plamtiff excepts.
Heintz v. Chas. Schroeder. Motion by
Heintz for new trial, denied. Superse
deas fixed at $1,000.
The suits of the First Nat'l Bank of
Hastings growing out of the Swartzen-
druver transactions are again deferred
-Ulerton v. Beerbower et aL Verdict
for defendants. Motion for new trial
overruled. Plamtiff excepts.
Dickey et al v. Koch. Continued to
next term on motion of plaintiff.
Fidelity Loan Trust Co. v. J. M
Macfarland et aL On motion of plaintiff
suit was dismissed as to John M. and
Agnes L. Macfarland. Finding for plain
tiff in the sum of S1540. Decree of fore
closure and for sale of premises on de
fault of payment for 20 days.
Columbus State Bank v. Carl Kramer
et aL Motion of defendant to reply
overruled and demurrer of plaintiff to
petition of intervention overruled. Both
parties except and plamtiff has 30 days
to file amended answer to petition of
intervenaon. Reply to answer to be
filed within 20 days thereafter.
Gustave Schroeder v. Columbus Elec
tric Light Co. Verdict for defendant.
Cue v. Delsman. On motion of plain
tiff jury withdrawn, and the case con
tinued; costs of term taxed to plaintiff.
Whitcomb i Co. v. Schneider. Plain
tiff leave to file amended petition by
April 17. defendant to answer within 20
days thereafter, and plaintiff to reply
within 10 days thereafter.
Whitcomb v. Martley. Same as pre
ceding. Smith j: Co. v. Koester Meyer. Case
settled and dismissed.
Graves v. Chicago Lumber Co. Set
tled. Costs taxed to plaintiff.
Stenger v. Rasmussen. Decree of fore
closure on default of payment for 20
Estate D. R. Williams, dee'd. Dis
missed for want of prosecution.
Mary Kirkland v. Wm. Kirkland et aL
Case settled and dismissed.
Patterson v. Emily A. McFarland et al.
Defendant leave to file answer within 10
days and the plaintiff to reply within 20
Kaus v. Clark. Plaintiff has leave to
file petition within 60 days, the defend
ant to answer within 20 days thereafter,
and plaintiff to reply within 10 days.
Minnie Deitz v. Gustav Gaver. De
fault against the defendant. Trial to
the court and finding that the facta
alleged m the supplemental petition are
true. Decree according to the prayer of
Application of the Presbyterian church
of Monroe for leave to mortgage realty.
Ordered that said chnrch organization
be authonzed to incumber by mortgage,
to the extent of $300, lot 9. block A. in
Monroe, mortease to be executed to the
board church organization fund of the
Presbyterian church. U. S. A said mon
ey to be expended in the erection of a
church on said property.
State v. Maynard Elston. Verdict of
guilty of assault and battery.
State v. Hattie Wright. Verdict against
accused, guilty of keeping a house of ill
fame. Motion for new trial.
State v. Thomas Cassm April 11.
Charged with burglary. April 121 Ar
raigned and plead not guilty.
tpI keep two and three first clase har
ness makers all the year around, and my
woric cannot be equaled m this cisy.
Come and examine to satisfy yourselves
whether you buy or not. F. H. Rnsche.
Children Cry for
AdTerwmnnti ander this head fire cent a "a
"-rXTM.SCEILTZ make boot and shoe in the
""' bwt stylfM. and oan only the vqrj b
stock that caa be Droeared is. the market. 3'Z-tf
D. T. Marti. M. D. C. D. Eta3, M. D.
MARTYN, EYANS t GEER,
ftysiciais - m4 - Sargetts
To St. Mary's Hospital aad Sc
United State V-nir, Sorgrons. Aautaac
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l.oETOSw open aiahc aad day. TalepfeoaeNo.
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