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li'iiij ir linn out- .impiiu liki
.lis nii lo futii in cnin ' Thk
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a full line of hum
-Mrs. Frank Hauel is amicted with
-Mrs. Demur has been very sick for a
-Dr. T tL I'larli. ohvc -ureet. Tn
nilii'e at 'lurhUi.
Look out fur Kramer a ice cream
For fine candies and choice fruits.
iro to Kramer's.
Shenif Kavauaugh was at Maiiison
Fnilay on business.
- Cut dowers for sale .it Jie City green
houwe. I'eieplione tf
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imiie e!nmse rode his wheel
over fnnii Beilwomi Monday
Scores .f urn planters are being
sold at Coi'imims Mjih spring.
Carl Kramer se-ls st.itionery. books.
y '..nn ., I'm- Jurnsii. fur iob work. '
Nii-u. Bia&rter uuihw tlh Bismark -
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v sensftiuVul: tf?thAirlv
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blanks. et . it lowest prices.
H. Lews shippeii .1 load of cattle
from this point lu.t
Ii net ion. ?
For rent, l
-,fven room house, on
Call at tate Bank, tf
Li'il Ptai ActyrtToX
L realuijju nuiiianJLro fainoTLplisr
Henry Loseke has been very sick for
the past two weeks lung and stomach
- Toiuato. cabbage, canliriower ami
V. sweet pntaui plants for stile by Mannoy
H. M. Wmslow shipped
hogs of his own feeding to South Omaha
--Mrs. C. M. Y Ming
Sunday ami suffered
nuw better again.
had the measles
i relapse, but is
Hemclt is painting and papering
hia establishment, adding wonderfnlly
to its appearance.
Elder James Caff .ill will preach at
Latter Day Saints church tomorrow
(Thursday s p. m.
William Kieffer and Miss Christina
Nanenburg were married in this city
hist week. Tnesday.
Miss Jennie Land goes to Lincoln
thm week to attend the marriage of her
jister. Miss Fannie.
Arnold. M. D . physician and
Two doors north of Brod-
fuehrer s jeweiry store.
"Fitzpatnckcan save yon money.
We have it. you want it. and ten
cents in com witn a .jouexai. coupon,
willnrocureit. See advertisement.
TmufecemlenMly beauffil 'le
L sceneiin thttav0jjfn.Vr-?peifci
a ioad of
t 7Qy,l ?S? gtraiinder ypurcar-
" "Washuufsone ofjjll kmiV alio
Bert Coohdge has severed his con
nection with the Viking club and ac
cepted a position with C. L. Stillman.
A When m need of an auctioneer, call
Yon Dave Smith. He will act for you
with promptness, safety and dispatch, tf.
. J) Sundav Sonthside Colnmbus played
s. Rn31111 ajjainst Bellwood to the tune of 14r
iA. to Q; and tununst the Northside. 28 to 3.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. x
W. T. Eickly shipped two IoikIh of
cattle to South Omaha Tuesday night of
Charles Stonesifer and Ben Brod
fnehrer were at Platte Center Tuesday
of lust week.
Platte Center now ban three saloons,
the last beint by Herman Brodfnehrer
and Henry Achidle.
-Dr. C. D. Evans started Friday for
Galveston, Texas, to attend the national
convention of railway surgeons.
Thursday 3Ir. Ely at Schnwder's
mill fell and hurt his side so that he
will be laid up for several days.
lira. John Wolf was taken to the
hospital last week to be taken cars at
while under the charge of a physician.
Mrs. Frank Xorth of Fremont, who
has been here several weeks under the
care of Dr. Evans, is rapidly improving.
Walter Elley of Madiaon. passed
through the city Friday taking two car
loads of fat cattle to the Omaha market.
Mrs. S. C. Gray sustained a fall Fri
day, backwards, from the fourth step of
a step-ladder. The injury was not
The 19-month-old baby of M. C.
Caito had a leg fractured Saturday
morning by the fall of a screen dear
-Gargus, the man who was arrested
last Saturday tor disorderly conduct,
was taken to thehospital Monday a very
W H. Wfnterbothain of Genoa has
sold his hardware business to Wm.
Moran, who has been im tb drag-boai-
1 When buying a wheel don't target
4hn Eagle Altair Aluminum, runs with
G. .t J. corrugated tires. At Genard's
Wheel Works. 2-2t i
-John Wiggins was in Omaha Friday,
aud while there called upon Frank
Preisa. who h:is been very sick ,for
Pat Salmon was down from Craatnu
Saturday He is about to open a livery
barn at that place in connection with
the Clark house.
Charles Schroeder left yesterday for
Texas with a party of ten, who intend to
make that state their future home if the
land suits them.
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uicu iiu mummm a iiuou u'iu.
blecom .t Young. !Jt-p
H. M. Winslow is putting a stone
foundation under his large barn at his
old ranch and is budding a new houaa
on his upper ranch.
- Dig the canal and harness the
Loup. What communities need is
cheap, available power, and this wdl
give it for Columbus.
The A. O. H. lodge of this city to
the number of forty goes to Omaha today
to attend the national convention, and
will remain three days.
With irrigating canals the Platte
valley could raise hemp enouajkfor the
world's use, including ropes to ttaag the
-The Y. M. C. A. has Ieassd- the half
block north of their rooms of Hugh
Hughes and have commenced fitting it
up for croquet, tennis, etc
Mr. ami Mrs. Farrand took the
morning tram last Saturday for Omaha.
whither thev went to consult a
about Mrs. Farrand's health. I
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fames M. Ryan s will is being ,
contested, the contestants alleging that
it was not legally executed, and that the
trust created is a perpetuity.
Julius Ernst of the vicinity of Dun
can was in the city Saturday on busi
ness. Like all the rest of us. he never
saw finer weather this time of year.
NC When in town call at Gerrard's
Wheel Works, manufacturers1 agent of
high and medium grade wheels. Also
bring in your repairs. Prices ngnt.
I Clark Gray went last Sunday to
Hutchison. Kansas, where the Knight
Templars of the state meet; he is Grand
J Commander for the state of Kansas.
IX iv.): real estate tax is due
; Xay 1st and can be paid at of
fice ot Bee her. 4ae:r:ri jt Co. ti
N A glorious scenic spectacle, thril
fing in its realism, gorgeous in effects,
intensely interesting in its strange in
cidents. Faust. Opera house May IH.
George S. Truman was in the city
over night Wednesday on his way home
from Lincoln accompanied by his daugh
ter. We acknowledge a pleasant call.
J. M. Gondnmrs house is umier
way. Dr. Nanman's is about completed
and Barnev McTaggart's is being en
closed all in the same neighborhood.
H. M. Winslow returned last Mon
day from Ctah. where he had been pur
chasing stock. He brought back 490
stock hogs and lost only one on the road.
Peter Fetterseu. the rustling brick
yard man of Humphrey, passed through
Ihe city Thursday on his way home from
Fnllerton. where he had been on busi
ness. No better locatiou m Nebraska as a
distributing point for manufactured
products, and no better location for
cheap ami good water power. Dig the
The Jo uhnai. says : "Dig the canal ;
dig it as soon as possible; get your full
money's worth of work and material, and
you cannot easily make a better invest
ment. R. L. Rossiter was in Eellwood Fri
dny. He says the crops between here
and there look splendid, and that it is a
plensure to see the way they keep their
-Large hind and lot owners in this
vicinity are especially interested in
TZZl CUkClJllOO IT4A1UU JlUIMlUVtJ WW 4W"
velop our industrial interests. Dig the
t Reminiscences of the Fair, sixteen
rtfolios of the World's fair, given
away to our customers, r or particulars
cidl at J. B. Delsman's store. Eleventh
The Looking Ghias announces the
arrival of a 10 pound boy at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Strother on the
morning of May tld. Mother and child
At the canal meeting Monday night
held at the council chamber, the attend
ance was so small they decided to post
pone the meeting nntil Thursday even
ing, this week.
Rev. and Mrs. Goodale returned to
Columbus from Rapid City, South Da
kota, one day last week. He reports all
Colnmbus people there well, but busi
ness auite dulL
R-Hernck says he has just put in a
I haft ton of new. neat and clean styles of
green, brown, white and cream picture
frames of such wee, nice little patterns.
Call and see them. 2t
A heavy storm of rain and snow fell
April 30 and May 1 about Denver and
north of that paint which is sure to
make good grazing for stock, but it was
a little tough on Winslaw's hogs.
Superintendent Rothleitner lust
week visited schools at Humphrey,
Wattsvdle, Lindsay, Looking Glass,
Palestine and the Jewell district. He
says small grain is looking very fine.
Died. Thursday, May 3d, of measles
and lung fever Arthur, son ot Mr. and
Mrs. August Sehak. aged 1 year and 3
weeks. The funeral services were held
at the German Lutheran church Friday,
Rev. Meissler preaching the sermon.
'OU don't yon. don't you wish.
You could catch a. catch a fish
As Io&jf aa a ten toot pule.
When you go between the showers
An did Finecr and Amen.
Bnt not fall into a deep water hole?'
George P. Billups. a business man
of Lindsay, passed through the city
Thnrsday last on his way to Kingfisher.
O. T., to make a short visit to his broth-
tr-in-Iaw, J. C. Caldwelu
lk Say, do you know
that the best breaiaast
food on earth is "Whea
tel?" H. J. Hudson. Harry Newman, W.
B. Nbtestein and several other members
of Wildey lodge. LO.O.F. went yes
terday to Silver Creek, to take part in
the-anniversary exercises of the order at
C. W. Brewer and WilL Thompson
came down from Albion Sunday on their
wheels, making the distance. .10 miles by
wagon road in a little less than 5 hours.
They returned on the early freight Mon
Baker Post No. 9 G. A. R. voted at
the'r last meeting to attend services the
Sabbath preceding Memorial Day. May
27th, at the Catholic church. As fur
ther particulars are known, we will
A terrible warning, a great sermon.
chance of your lifetime, to learn how
fn samm aarpetual misery or eternal
pleasura, witness thatr intense play,.
Faust At opera house, this city, Wed
nesday evening. May 1(.
Paak Sisters' concert at the Congre
gational chnrch last Wednesday evening
was- well attended. They gave a good
entertainment, some of the pieces being
remarkably well rendered. The pro
ceeds to go to the church.
Our new water commissioner Davis
is watching close for those fellows who
attach hose to their neighbor's hydrants
and use the same for lawn irrigation.
Gentlemen, build the canal and then we
will have plenty of water.
The twenty-seventh annual conven
tion of the Nebraska State Sunday
School association will be held at York,
June u, ti and 7. On two of the morn
ings, services begin at sunrise. A very
interesting program has been prepared.
The Columbus Wochenblatt has
been changed to The Nebraska Biene
with an appropriate display heading that
sets it otT in hue shape. It is Mr.
Elian's intention to make the Biene a
state paper, and give it more than local
During a drive through the country
these days one can hear the check,
check, of the droppers as the machine
picks up the wire and crosses the plant
er. What would some of the eastern
farmers think of our immense fields here
in Nebraska, and not touched by the
hoe during the season.'
Abta .fe Stupfel have opened a meat
ket in the place formerly occupied
by W. T. Bickly, on Olive street, where
thev keep, for tlie accommodation ot
. - , frw4i. muJltt, Q, .,n kinda
;uid varieties anything you may wish
in their line of business.
Fish alwava on
hand. Telephone No. 10.
whiau a fie possess.
Shexmly kaowsvthat sh
thin A. the oWiAof which;
dred vars agoVwoWd
her to ertain eiiBh. Dail
London. Nit ope:
A party of mover passed through
1 the citv Saturday. They were pretty
well provided for travel, having neat
dwellings, substantially made of boards.
They said that Madison. Platte Center
and "Columbus were the liveliest places
that they hail struck on their journey so
far, going from Minnesota to Oklahoma.
print today the statement of the
ColuTtHius State Balnij-at the oso of
bnsinessHjjril 'i?th. "Tlraold.reliSble''
shows a veVsJjdthy staiwajf affairs.
wlh stock paiuHi?83,0)0; mSiyidnal
deposits subject totaiek. nearly 343,-
000: tn certificates ot TTWumJt. over
304.000. autkioans and disconu
The preparation Dr. Nauman is now
g for painless extraction ot teem
beats anything thht has ever been used
before. Perfectly, safe in every respect,
it ib a great, coinfbrt to those who need
to have teeth extracted. The Dr. says:
-I am bound to have the best, even if it
does cost me a good deal. The comfort
of my patients must be considered." tf
Ben Brodfnehrer was held up by
foot-pads Tnesday night of last week in
the west end of the city. He thinks they
were tramps. They went through one
of his pockets and secured his pocket
book with five dollars in money and
molested him no farther, while he wore
a valuable watch and chain and had
money in his other pockets. Generous
All drivers of wagons and buggies
who have occasion to cross the railroad
tracks should keep a very close watch
for trainB. We saw a lady drive over
the North street crossing one day last
week who came very near being caught
by the i5 o'clock passenger tram west
bound, in fact, had she been just one
second to the rear she might have been
dragged under the cars and killed.
The concert give at the opera
Fridav bv the Miss Ellen Beach
Co.,Ninder the anSpiass of the
of this city, was a
success urvery way. v-u en-
in the entertainment wereartists
of greatly superior abfljtv. Thecoiapass
of Viral Yaw's voice iaBflecially tphe-
nomenaNwMiss Lay as pianiat anbMr.
Dick as violinist were eunal do all ex
At 10:45 yesterday forenoon fire was
noticed to issue from under the tin roof
of Valley Weavers dwelling house in
block E, Becker's sub-division, outlot 3,
on 13th street. The house was occu
pied by Joseph Frevert and Mr. Lin
aberg. Two streams from the water
mains were soon playing upon the burn
ing budding, and it was but a few min
utes until the names were subdued.
The budding was insured for 3700 in
the Springfield of Massachusetts; loss
estimated at 3200 to 3250. The cause
was supposed to be a defective due.
The marriage of A. G. Arnold of
this city and Miss Bessie Holloway of
Papillion, Nebr., was solemnized at 6
p. m. last Wednesday at the parlors of
the Meridian hotel, by Rev. Jaudon.
The groom is a well known yemng busi
ness man here and the bride is a beauti
ful aud popular joung lady of Papillion.
Those present at the ceremony were
Miss Helen Chase, an intimate friend of
the bride, Dr. H. J. Arnold. Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. North of Fremont. Mr. and
Mrs. J. G Pollock. Mr. J. S. Wells of
tins city and Mr. D. J. Chestnutwood of
Norfolk. During the evening the Co-
lively serenade. Ths Joubna& wishes
tha happy couple abundant prosperity.
Kr-TnKunreUousaart wasdiat the
lady hadao mnscrdarSievelopmeHt It
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WITHOUT LEAVING HOME
Matt Eeid was over from David City
P. W. Beerbower was in Nance county
Frank North ot Fremont, was in the
Mrs. Toss and Miss Ward visited at
David City Saturday.
W. A McAllister went to Lincoln
Sunday, returning Monday.
Miss Nellie Maher of Platte Center
was visiting her friends, the Misses
Pitzpatrick. last week;
Mrs. Harry Coolidge with her two
children came up from Havelock last
Friday. They will spend a week or two
visiting with relatives.
FaiDAr, May -L
Councilmen present. Chilley. Murdock,
Welch and Wells: Gray being absent.
Committee of Welch. Wells and Mur
dock on an extra night watchman re
ported in favor of the same. The report
Committee on fire consisting of Welch.
Oehlrich and Galley, reported in favor
of purchasing new apparatus for the use
of fire department. The report was
adopted and same committee instructed
to make the purchases.
The committee on printing consisting
of Oehlrich. Welch and Galley, to whom
had been referred the communication of
the Telegram, referred it back without
action and recommended that the city
clerk be directed to solicit bills to be
tiled m his otfice on or before t o'clock
p. in.. May 11. ISH. Adopted.
Committee on streets and grades,
Welch. Murdock and Wells, recommend
ed, that the petition of R. B. Kumraer
and Gns Schroeder lie reported back for
action in open council. Adopted.
Committee on streets and grades re
ported on the proposition from AEeintz
for lighting the city for the ensuing
year; laid over until Saturday evening.
The bond of Julius C. Phillips as po
liceman was presented anit approved.
The bond of Joseph F. Berney as city
attorney was presented and approved.
Catherine and Walter W. Whittaker
received the contract for sprinkling the
streets for the ensuing year, considera
The following bills were allowed.
Bonton & Way, 34.50; Gleason A: Merrill,
35; M. Whitmover, 387.50; Wm. Becker,
C. & M Whittaker, !SJ; J. C. Phillips,
355; F. A. Coleman. 32.70.
Bill of F. A. Coleman for 3W) allowed.
Council adjourned until Saturday
evening, May 5.
SATtrnDA.r, May 5.
Adjourned meeting from Friday even
ing. A litjuor license was granted to
Michael Nicholojack to sell at retail.
On motion of Gray a contract was or
dered to be drawn up by the city attor
ney between A. rleint. and the city, and
to be submitted to council at next meet
ing. On motion of Gray the petition of
Kummer Schroeder was referred to
committee on streets and grades with
instructions to confer with the city at
torney to prepare ordinance.
Moved and carried that report of
dnance committee be adopted and state
ment be published as soon as a contract
is let for printing for the ensuing year.
A resolution passed that committee on
dnance make a list of ail who are liable
to occupation tax.
Adjourned to Friday, May 11.
The writer made a trip to the
southern part of Stanton county last
week, going by way of Madison and
across the old Township farm to his des
tination at the fann of E. M Thomas.
In the early '70s Mr. Thomas worked for
Becker & Wolch at Sholl Creek mills,
went north, engaged m the herding
business, and now has one of the best of
farms of his own, besides, with one of
his neighbors, Mr. Scripture, having a
considerable temporary interest in other
tracts. With them, for years, the grass
has been the first source of revenue, bnt
now that eifort is being concentrated on
smaller tract3. corn, oats. etc.. are re
ceiving more attention, and we noticed
one field of forty acres at Mr. Thomas'
sown to oats and alfalfa. Up that way
they have no missriinrs about this crop
they have tested it. ami among other
things, find it most excellent hog pas
ture, a specialty needed in Nebraska for
a long while. Mr. Thomas believes in
warm weather fatting of cattle, and of
course has the nsmd percentage of pork
ers to go with them. His facilities for
watering, feedinir, pasturing and shel
tering his stock are models of comfort,
and well worthv imitation.
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pg at 1
At opera house
In a communication to Acting Chief
of Police Julius C. Phillips informing
him of the appointment of Charles
Brandt as special policeman, the mayor
called the attention of the acting chief
to the provisions of the ordinance re
quiring saloons to be closed on Sundays,
and tells him that he shall insist upon a
strict compliance therewith: also the
provision requiring saloon windows to
be kept unobstructed by paint, blinds,
etc. Houses of prostitution wdl not be
tolerated, and the chief is specially
charged with the enforcement of the
ordinance restraining and suppressing
them. The Jocbxai. is glad to make
this note of the mayor's determination
to carry out the wishes of his constitu
ents as expressed in the ordinances.
rLost, four promissory notes, all
payable to Fred Stenger, or order, all
dated Feb. tS, lts93, and all due Feb. 23jJ
icu. tiau iiutsnuurseu lo .a-iuert. oienger;
one for SHILjo given by J. G. Burke and
signed by ,j. F. Dmeen; another by J. F. -Dineen
3ti3, signed by J. J. Burke; an
other for 318 by John McGUl. signed by
Owen McCann; another by Thos. John
son for 3100. The public is cantionea"
against negotiating for these notes, as
they all belong to Albert Stenger. A
reasonable reward will be given for then
return of the notes to the owner.
9m3t F. Stexgeh.
A Lilac social wdl be given by the
Y. P. S. C. E. at the residence of Mrs. ,T.
P. Becker this Wednesday 1 evening,
May 9. The following is the program:
Vocal solo. Miss Kendnck; instrumen
tal solo, Mrs. Geer; recitation, Miss
Martin; vocal solo, Mrs. Rusche; piano
solo, Mrs. Garlow; vocal solo, Mrs.
Evans; violin solo, Mr. Schroeder; re
citation. Mrs. Brindley; piano solo, Mrs.
McAllister; vocal solo, Mrs. Warren;
vocal solo. Mrs. Reeder; solo, Miss
Florence Gleason. Entertainment and
refreshments. 15 cents.
does she do? Bneriv she
the force oL gravity or she
This hardly expresses
exerts he mysterious"
a nongontal as wbU as a ver-
bbott is sltaall. frag
It woulX.be im
perform ner raats bv
size and most
em areVnot of a
tUTB where phv
house, May 17.
ndon. 3t onera
Sals bills pnnted at thia offic.
Miss Atoio Abbott, "tiie
(ngjelectnc nWgnet.') seemsVo
trollof abvmwuul jorce o
onerenau KsgEexjiaiiMiti ov tu or
dinary anwpcmtlioiu. 1 BuriAgj a
tesi under h dnecuonVi piWsicTans
her teiaperamrranrawnb ST ilegitetib-.
whi e yftgr puBefveiirardAnd stri
lai yAIVare SgrAau tllHtmis nutnns
cul: Dstrmgtn rWJ' Uo it mabe
hyt tismVpBctloWy, mltaninah. "hn
not smV orVeef)pcujL-itV3Biin. Ger
ma y, pl KV'lfVtfsisVeiN mjfting tli
me icalexanKation. nu tAin verdictu
wai : "!N4cre rce. derlQce bv cer-
nerTeTenteri, and sat treeAte act to
LClulltK capwity' lButytln like
nk another exnllmatidb. does not ex
n and Mss Ab atoti'i exercise f a
iwer lSXstlti a wonor.
the iilka for she
r an a hnn
roc av to
Boll of Hounr.
Puails who have- been neither ab
sent nor tardy, who have been per
I feet int deportment and who have not i
fallen, below the required standard of
IDA 31. 3IATI"S KOOM.
Csrl Schrketler. .folia Early.
s. nORIISN ROOM.
(inii'e a uem
Uowant Met 'ray
nvrou Way. '
W H. Lehman,
W. J. Rlckly,
Fra k Iverseiitiroek.
M. WIILi'ir KOOM
.Fran it Viimiir.
Aiiini 1 uuniUKli.im.
Ethel Hem- eh.
11 Arris i'.
.Hi: Kit KOOM.
Huh e Elsas.
rtluir IJ nton,
1A11TIX s itOO.M
iS WVRD'S ROOM.
Roy Cool ill t;e.
1;, IIie MiiMrnivi',
Fnst i lark
t larenee Holleuheck
fillbS RICR'H ROOM.
M. Jl.VXTIIKW'3 ROOM.
W lite Mtitilmmh
ti'eilitnlV" (. ti !n
s till.. I.
lliltlre t Davis
We weep the
;it 1 "'H'W brr.Diu
Lt is an out saving tnat 1
sweens clean" but when wo sav "v
sweep the world" we mean that .11111
all the railways of the world none t.i
higher in the estimation of the puhm
all especial points, than the Chicago
Milwaukee A: t. Paul Railway Er s rht
only line west of Chicago wtiicn nins
electnc-lightetl. steam-heated and vesti
buleti tnuns between Chicago. St. P ml
ami Minneapolis, ami between Chicago
anil Omaha. Try tt. F. A. X vsu.
Geu'l. Agent. I."04 Farnain St.. Omaha.
W. S. E0WR1.L.
Trav. Passenger ami Freignt Igt.
Retil Estate rransrers.
Becher. .r:eggi .t Co.. nai esUite agents,
report the following real estate transfers
filed m the olfice of the county clerk for
the week ending Mav .1. iJJ-t.
Charles E. CInpp to Ufrwl Millnnt -1
il. iot in Milianl .ulti. to t ohiinhut.
C. A. Guti- and 1. K. Gates 'o f. i.
Johnson, jtv'i 'UlU-w. 'vtl
D. '. Kavanatmh. shenif. to ura I F.
Smith. ne 5-lti-tw. -tlieriiFs ic.it
Same to Michinn Lunn t tjannii i n
lot T and W S. hi 11. tii'rrnnt'n .uiu.
J. W. Daley to Caleb W Camp hall. Ii.r
-1. hi i. t "nxton. "vd
Five transfers, fotal
C. L. S. t.
Will meet at Dr. Xanman's oliico Mav
15. Roll call Xews items or original
"Classic Latin course in English. "
chapter x.. Miss Alice Matthews.
"Song and Legend from the Middle
Ages." from page 112 to 121) Miss Clara
"Biographicid sketch of Dante. W.
Select Reading, Mrs. Herrick.
General Discussion "A Better System
of Roads" -Opened by C. C. 'Sheldon,
followed bv members of the circle.
E;.gijsh Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or xillouaed lumps and blem
ishes from horses. Blood Spavin. Curbs.
Splints, Ring Bone. Sweeney, "'tides.
Sprains, Sore ami Swollen Throat.
Coughs, etc. Save S30 by ufce of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish Cnre ever known. Sold by C.
B. stillman. druggist. iltinoviyr
Rheumatism Cured in a Day. "Mys
tic Cure" for Rheumatism and Xeunilgia
radically cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action
upon the system is remarkable ami mys
terious. It removes at once the "ause
and the disease immediately disappears.
The first dose greatly benefits. 7.1 cents.
Sold by A. Hemtz. druggist. Colnm
bus, Xeb. 14-v
Commander W. Bi. Lewis has re
ceived a cordial invitation from Com
mander K. H. Wootis of Phil. Sheridan
PoHt of Schuyler, extending hospitalities
to Eaker Post to attend a camp-fire at
Sonny ler, this (Wednesday! vning.
May 9th. Gov. Crounse. Department
Commander Howe and Adj. C,.;n. '"rag"
are expected to be present.
Not Ire to CnnMUiiers of Saxilme.
and after date, I will furnish gas-
line at 15 cents per gallon, .-ash m le
livery. The old style of thirty days
time cannot and will not he rooside-d
as cash, and will be charged it 'he old
rate of 20 cents per gallon.
2t IE. H.iFFMCJ.
Children Cry for
v Vtteiitiiill. v
i conanmers t5 cituater- x.
erewithvCail youKlttTSiiun ;iter
oBlinimceTSnd iSDeclMlv . x:
l!Wnd ii: aijntVi ivVuf h
cihpe llsd aNriie itysirki
1. watr LommB
raeMkiyufteraoun.aail are correct anil roiiabla
at the tune.
Mixed i i.its
M U2i24 IS
.. .. i 1C2 50
... 4:042 0U
.... JU 503 00
.Vdvertitvmentrt antler thm huntl dvt ceata a
WM. SCIIILTZ makoa (Hiots and shoe in. the
best styles, .intl iibm only the very beat
stock that can be unicuroti in the moricot. XZ-tt
MY MAMMOTH JACE !
Fiv vearsohi yUis 4insiu.s .1 oal black,
LI iMmiw Ui-jM. won built, good dat bone,
ami weighs l.otM) poumis. He is one of
the finest bred Jacks m the country.
TERMS FOR JACK:
To insure a live, standing colt. 51!L;"Q;
to insure with foal, S10.00. money to be
paid when coit complies with tins insur
A privilege will be extended to all
breeding to the above Jack, by the sea
son or insurance, to make payment of
5.00, and a receipt m full will be civen
if such payment is made on or before thu
first day of July. IMH. In case such
payment is not made on jr before the
first day of July. ISiH. it is to bo consid
ered that such mares are to be insured
according to the abovi ontracr. anil the
full amount of such contract will be
collected if colts are foaled according to
W. H. RANDALL.
GEO. W. RANDALL, Manage.
r (T'l'iH f '' Hurt' old
twrn .j;i C
1 '- -nth
'line if HIT
Pn.pn.tur .f u. l Ll MBCH
; Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moulding,
Stair Work, Etc.
Do scroll Sawing. I'lirinng, House .
Finiching. 111 fact planmg-mill worlc of
all kinil. U;lji :liJ vv.dl as large jobs .
solicited, satisfaction gnaninteeti and.
work finishetl in time promised. ::
S?EtJinati-4 uiatie y.'nifto; fur you on-aas'
tiling you wish in uu-ul ivpjf!
n ;i i-i
imm l.i MMhl iw i ill
Blue Grass, etc.
ierasji Oehlrich & Bro's.
M. C. CAS31N,
Game and Fish
jfce Highest market
Hides and Tallow.
prices paid far
A. F. AFiSTEOI,
mm H m&rb
COLUMBUS. - XEERASKA.
D. r. il-vann. M. D. 1 D. ivuh M. D.
F. 11. '.EEB. M. D.
MARTYN, EVANS I GEER,
Physicians - and - Surgeons
Tj 2f. Mary 5 Hospital and St.
Cmtiil -tateH Kzaininini; urseons. Vitfiatant
jurttMin- r. imm Piciiw. " . N. x. J. H. Biul'xa-M-
Z"OlHi-. iDon iiunt mil lav F'-inpnone No.
i'.. Tto hi i-Kb iiirth ''in.n Paeirie Dfpiit.
misty i mum,
'iV. -ills V
FII 11 SALT MEATS,
Sleveath Street. Cclumbua. JTeb
W . iIi'VuLi.rRn.
W M. '.mriELics.
jW'cAI.USTZR 3c CORN2XIUS,
V'rriRNY AT LAW.
"L3SS.T & RZEDEH.
.vrraR"EYs at law
Office irer First Nutioaut Dank.
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