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Two and a half feet of anow in the
Black Hob, fell last Tuesday and Wed-
Tan loaa of the Standard Oil company
by ire at Loe Angeles, California, Fri
day, ia estimated at $225,000.
'. Col. BBTAXahaa tendered hie reeigna
.tion aa colonel of the Third Nebraska
-VDlaateera, and it was immediately
HwfAX Bohn, near Madison, fell
from a fifteen-foot corn crib, fracturing
hiaakall and aaffering a broken noee.
It ia thought he will recover.
Tnc family of A. A. Atkins of Xeligh
ware Boiaoned by eating meat which
had been kept orer night in a maty tin
pan. Two of them had a hard struggle
.Naval Coxstbuctob Hobbok will go
to Manila to superintend the raising of
tbesankenwarveasels. He has not yet
.gives up hopes of raising the Colon.
Ox Dec. 2, after a total blindness of
twelve years duration, Mrs. Palmer, an
old woman living a few miles southeast
of Ainsworth, suddenly regained her
eight and now Eeems to see as well'aa
One hundred girls, inmates of an or
phan home at Versailles, Kentucky, to
gether with the matron and music
teacher were poisoned, it is thought by
drinking water that had been standing
in lead pipes, and are in a precarious
Watching the trade in iron and you
can generally see how business gener
ally is going. Leading Chicago firms
have recently ordered steel rails amount
ing to over $3,000,000. The total aalea
of last week amounted to nearly 700,000
President McKinlet's message has
developed the fact that the country gen-
orally are standing by him, just as he has
been all along standing by them. He
has the faculty of giving attention to the
essential features of the situation
thinking and acting from the center.
.Smallpox is epidemic at Nebraska
City, has been prevalent for some eight
months, and over two hundred cases
have been treated. Only one death has
occurred, and that was due to tributary
causes. It seems that until Friday last
the trito nature of the epidemic was not
Gen. Calixto Gabcia, the Cuban
leader, head of the commission elected
.to visit this country, died at Washington,
D. C, Sunday morning of pneumonia,
the result of exposure one night while
attending a dinner given in his honor by
General Miles. He was born in 1839,
and leaves a widow, three sons and two
. It k reported that insurgents attacked
. Boilo, capitol of the island of Panay in
the Yisayas group, on the night of
December 1, capturing all the trenches
but one. Later report aaya the Spanish
were victorious in an engagement on
December G, while the insurgents were
attempting to storm the last intrench-
ment, five hundred of the latter being
.killed or wounded by the machine guns.
So long as the United States adheres
to the principles of the Constitution,
. and bends every energy to make those
principles the living, active motive of
government, wo shall be safe in what
ever acquisitions of territory ro may,
by the natural course of events, be com
pelled to make.
The primary object of government,
with this nation, never has been, and it
is hoped never will be, .the accumulation
of lands, but the "general welfare," the
good of the people, and of this the peo
ple themselves are the judges.
The Journal can see, in all our action
in regard to Spain, where our interests
were involved, that our government has
been very lenient, until lenience became
almost criminal, and then, the war was
of the aamo thorough-going nature, and
now. aa we have said all along she would
be, the United States is really the very
best friend that Spain has. We wish
the nation well. We hope they will
mend their waya, and get rid of their
evil habits, and thus come to prosperity
and the peace of justioe.
But, is it not strange that there are
living right among us those who prof
to fear that the United States, especia
lly in recant assumptions of responsi
bility, are about to plunge headlong in
to just auch fatal methods of misrule as
we have aeau with Spain? And this un
der the adauniatration of one of, the
aaeat augucJoue and coaaciautiona of ex
ecutivea that the United States has ever
We are not to make such a plunge in
to the abyaa. The welfare of the Cubans,
the Philippinos, etc., is the guiding
principle for us, the rule of action in
aay event. The American people would
sever institute nor consent to a policy
of spoliation upon those who are, tem
porarily at least, wards of the republic.
The general welfare consists with
good, stable government, which means
order, justice, equal rights, all of which
are only secured when the people are
animated by the true spirit of liberty
and progress, and this, it is the pleasure
of America to see, to understand, and to
balp bring to all peoples with whom abe
has to do.
Counooa, Hol, FridavKor. 25. 18S8.
aedat 2 o'clock.
Hea. Peter Beader.
taadOWFaOliBa, Clerk. Roll called
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NyeABctaeWerCo. St. Bernard
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eitr of Colombo 2S 74
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Klerator Boiler MlUe Co.
Coaaty Trees, sect. del. tax CHBaU acct
city of Colambaa S 18
Coaaty Treasurer sect. del. tax Wm Hew
itt cttyof Columbus 12 28
County Treasurer acct. deL tax Frank Sco
field Colambus twp IS 50
County Treasurer acct. deL tax FA Boo.
field Colambaa twp 6150
Coanty Treasurer acct. deL tax Louis
gchreiber Columbus two 17 10
County Treasurer acct. deL tax B J Con
gram, Walker twp SOO
Coanty Treasurer acct, deL tax J A Ham
line Humphrey twp 4 15
County Treasurer acct. del, tax Mike Hash
Loup twp 5 45
County Treasurer acct. deL Ux Chris Bienz
.uOQp IW !! Z Ml
County Treasurer acct. deL tax Jacob Hipp
aUOB P awtJJ a
County Treasurer acct deL tax WiU Finch
WoodTiUetwp 5 91
County Treasurer acct deL tax John Peter-
' son WoodTiUetwp 4 68
County Treasurer acct deL tax H C Chris-
teasea WoodTiUetwp 6 65
Coanty Treasurer acct deL tax J W Palme
lV OOfeflTlXaO lafeTp w) a4
County Treasurer acct deL tax B W Oeatle
men Lost Creek twp...... ................ SOO
County Treasurer acct deL tax Carl Bosche
Shot man twp...... .................... .... 12 48
OMBear acct Woodrilie two 24 65
Edward Palme " 7 50
August Larson " 7 30
EmilPalme " 10 50
JOFurby " 22 50
Jacob Lean .SheUCreek 19 00
John Merer " SOO
Fred Lean " SOO
HearStems " S00
Wm Merer SOO
Jacob liaun " IS 50
WBraaaer Baermaa 15 00
Fredlnselmaa M 16 59
Fred Boaaiac - 1188
H H Haatemaaa 14 40
Heary otfkea ..... 29 25
Nye & Schneider Co " 28 SO
DHollmaa 8 75
II Hunker A; Rro Barrows 25 04
Jacob VoUmar M 2100
Jacob Kipp " 20 72
Frank Oerman 1000
KOStcinbaagh Granville S 25
Rloedora & Bethscheider M 17 80
UHunker&Bro. " 1028
Walrath & Sherwood Lbr.
MathJSchafer: " 28 50
wairatn a, oncrwooa ijor.
Walrath A Sherwood Lbr.
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HHunker&Bro. HumDhrer 12 05
Joseph Froemel 22 00
Joseph rroemei zi au
JohnHeincn 10 SO
HHunker&Bro " 28 92
FF Clark 27 25
J J Graves ............... 7 50
D DriscoU 6 50
HWLWitnorA Co. Lost Creek 20 97
CroweU Lumber & Grain
Co Walker J57 60
Crowell Lumber & Grain
Co St Bernard 21 52
PPBeide M 69 59
Wnlrath & Sherwood Lbr.
Co Grand Prairie 68 65
PC Anderson Lost Creek 125
John Jesuits " 150
Wm Lambert M 6 00
Jacob VoUmar " 2 50
JOFurby WoodvUle 5100
J ww A74aiAaBO 4 94
H C Christenaen " 13 85
John Peterson M 5 32
Alfred Potter 6 00
Boy Clark 6 00
PPBeide St Bernard 80011
HHaaker&Bro. Barrowa 24 09
Frank German . 2000
JohnFasteaow H S060
CarlBesche Sherman 35 77
John Bosche H 12 50
Ferdinand Psota Walker 25 00
Daniel HoUeran 75 00
Maurice HoUeran " 7500
Michael Gaspers " 25 00
TKOtris M 25 00
BUlsof Henry Albars 19; F. & Wolf 9 aad
Geo. Thomazin $18 were oa motion referred to
the town board of Barrows township for pay-
BUI of Frank Anderson, acct Crestoa towa
ship, $100, waa oa motion referred back to be
itemised aad approved by the town board.
Thomas Keatiag submitted a request asking
the board to reconsider their action ia rejecting
his biU of $4J0 for trimmiac trees ia coart
hoaes yard. After some discussion it was
moved that the action be reconsidered aad the
biU allowed, the amoaat B4J9 to be dedacted
from the biU of the janitor. Motion carried.
Sap'r Wicxiaseatered aad took his seat with
Ia the matter of the MOw Boad"ia Walker
towaship,tbe committee oa roads aad feaidces
submitted the foUowiag report:
"Yoar committee reeommead that this road
be declared tally established that the report of
the appraisers appointed therein beaawmasd so
that the claimants be allowed 825 for the land
so appropriated, aad that warrants ia paymeat
thereof be drawn apoa the coaaty road faad and
charged to the aeooaat of Walker township."
Ob motion report of committee was adopted.
Sap'r Olson sabeutted the foUowiag:
Whereas. Ia the location of the Ole BeasT
the necessity arises for the beUdiag of awagoa
bridge over SheU creak oa the line of said road.
theretoi be it
Besolved, That a wagoa bridge be and is
hereby ordered baUt as at nrisaiiL aad that the
Following hiUs were allowed oa the coaaty
The bOl of Homer A
of $Ut for
the Kaipaat fasatty.
by the eommtttee with a
that the faUl be
faad for the amoaat Oa
part of etna miMai. roll eaU
reaaked as foUewa: Sap'rs Carrie.
was reported hack
motion to awaat re-
t, entire board pnaeut except Sap'r Bachar,
The foUowias waa prcaeatadr
Colambaa. Hah.. Nor. 23. 189). Ia the matter
of the claim for neat of amy la what la kaowa
a the-Dickiaaoa Kod" ia wUah boUVW. .
McAlluter aad Haria tu-ricmakaelalmtotae
ia. it m hereby mataaliy asreed by way or
promiaa that W. A. McAUiater receive three-
aftha of the amoaat allowed aad that Barid
Carris metre two-aftha of theaame. '
per B. P. Daffy Us Att'y.
W. A. McAixima.
Mored by Sap'r Carris that the
tioa be apread apoa the rreord. aad that
raata be drawn apoa tho 1898 coaatyroad faad
for the amoaat of the damaaea heretofore by
this board awarded, aa foilowa:
W A McAUiater. acct Shell creak tp ft -21 00
Darid Carrie aame. ............ .......... 18 00
FoUowiac biUa were allowed on the coaaty
Neb. sehool tor deaf aad death, aapplies
Haydea Bros., same.
Timea Priatias Co., mdae for coaaty
Nels Olsoa. SoD'r district work. ...
J Wiariae, serricea as snperriaor..
JamesKieraaa. - 8 69
Peter Beader. " SOO
NekOlsua. M 22 90
C J Carrie. " SOO
FoUowiac bills were allowed oa the coaaty
road aad bridce faad:
CH Ball, acct City of Cetembas.. f 88 25
tatme. '. IS BS
Charles BaTiea.aeet Batler tp 18.50
M J Harry. - , - 900
WUlFiach, '- ' M S99
Coaaty Treasurer, acct del. tax H N
Chri-tepsen. sect Woodtille 4 09
The board now proceeded to select sixty
names from which the jnry for the January term
of the district court wiU be drawn.
Oa motion the board now adjoarned nntU
Monday, Jan. 2, 1889, at 2 o'clock p. ra.
Cheap Exearaioa Kates.
The "Burlington" will sell tickets to
Hot Springs, So. Dakota, at one fare for
the round trip. Dates of sale Dec. Gth
and 20th, return limit thirty daya
J.'T. Cox, Agent.
Real Estate Traasrera.
Becher, Jasggi k Co., real estate agenta,
report the following real estate transfers
filed in the office of the county olerk for
the week ending Dec. 10, 1898.
Andrew D. Johnson to Nils Landeon,
nW nwkJ.8304w.wd ft 1500 09
Catherine Foster to Sarah Cue, part ntf
blk 60, Capital add. to Columbus, wd 100 00
John C. Willy to Andrew athis, lots 7
aad h, due i. uoiumDas, wd uww
State of Nebraska to John Schilx. aw)
swU.S8.18-2w.deed 880 60
John F. Dischner to Henry C Laschea,
n, ne ana no aw;,, aD-imie, wa.. sewi w
Five transfers, totaL.... .,..
.ft 6780 00
XMAS IS COMING
will sell tickets on its lines at
6REATLY REDUCED RATES.
For dates of sale, limits and points to
which tickets will be sold apply to
C. E. Jot, Agent
All Eyes Tamed to Liaeela.
Tho Omaha exposition has closed and
all eyes are now turned toward Lincoln,
the capital city, where the legislature
will soon meet. The istallation of now
stato officers,' the election of a United
States senator, and other matters of
much importance will make Lincoln the
centre of state interests and every Ne
braakan will want to read the old, re-
liable standby, The State Journal, dur
ing the coming year. As a special in
ducement to secure -new readers, The
Semi-Weekly .Journal, printed every
Tuesday and Friday, will be mailed
from now until January 1, 1900, for S1.00.
This is a mighty long time for the
money and the sooner you send your
dollar the more papers you get. There
isn't any other paper in Nebraska that
gives so much for the money,. It is
twice as good as tbe old fashioned
weekly. Try it Address, The State
Journal, Lincoln, Neb.
IF YOU ABE GOING
to the PACIFIC COAST
Don't complete arrangements until you
have secured information regarding the
Personally Ct-ntlucted Excursions to
San Francisco, Los Angeles and Fort
land via the Union Pacific These ex
cursions leave Chicago, Minneapolis and
St. Paul every Thursday, and Omaha
every Friday in elegantly upholstered
Pullman Tourist Sleepers; illuminated
by Pintsch light; heated by steam. Bag
gage checked through from starting
point to destination. Prompt and satis
factory service. Many hours quicker
time than any other line.
For full particulars vail on or address
8t C. E. Jot, Agent.
HOT SODA !
We have just received the latest
pattern Hot Soda apparatus. Hot Soda
beveragea can be made even more de
licions than Cold Soda.
Everyoae auking a pnrelMoe at oar
tale wook to lantoa to uy a no
Tf CMeafB aad, Ike. Kaatr '1
Passengers going east for IraeineaB, wilt
naturally gravitate to Chicago aa tho
great commercial oenter. Passengers
re-visiting friends or reJAtivws'in tho
eastern states al waya desire to "take aa
Chicago en ronte. All claaaasof paaaasV
gen will find that Uie8o4Kt LbeToff
J Chicago, Milwaakee k St Paul Rail
way, via Omaha aad Conncil- BlnJb,
axoraa exceuen. iacuiooa to react, their
dastinationa in a manner, that will bo
sure to give the utmost aatisfactton.
A referenoe to the time tablea will in
dicate the route to be ohoaon, and, by
asking any principal agent west of the
Missouri' river for a ticket over tho
Chicago, Conncil Bluffa k Omaha Short
Lane of the'Chicago, Milwaukee k 8tV
Paul Railway, you will be cheerfully
furnished with tbe proper passport via
Omaha and Chicago. Please note that
all of the "Short Line" trains arrive ia
Chicago in ample time to oonneet with
the express trains of all the great through
oar lines to tbe principal eastern cities.
For additional particulars, timetables.
mane, etc.pJeaae call on or address K.
A. Nash. General Agent, Omaha, Neb.
CASTOR I A
- IaT Iifcati im4 CUUna.
REVEREND DOCTOR SAMUEL GOODALE departed this life Thursday
evening, December 8, at hk home in thk city. He. was born in Berkshire
county, Massachusetts, in 1814. A sketch of hk eventful life waa given in Tax
JocRNAt of Nov. 30, 1896.
The body lay in .state at the Episcopal church Monday from 10 a. m. to 2 p.
m., at whichtime funeral services began, conducted by Rector of the Episcopal
church, Burgess of Plattsmouth; Johnson of South Omaha; Pattee of Schuyler;
Marsch of Central City; Von Fleet of Norfolk and Weed of thk city.
A number of ministers of, the churches of the city attended the funeral
Musio was furnished by the snrpliced choir rendering the hymns "Lead,
Kindly Light," "Abide in Me," besides responses.
There were a number of beautiful and elaborate floral offerings.
The pall-bearers were J. D. Stires, Henry Hockenberger, George Lehman,
Charles Stillman, E. H. Chambers, O. T. Roen; the honorary pall-bearers, L. Ger
rard, C. A. Speice, J. E. North, H. J. Hudson, J. R Smith, A. M. Post.
A large concourse of sorrowing friends followed the body to its last resting
Mr. Goodale has been what the world calk an old man for almoat the average
life-time of 'the race of men, and. .through all hk. life, ao far aa we have learned of
it, he has been loyally serving tho. Master he coaecientiouely professed to follow.
He recognized the. Divine leading; he followed the suggestions that came to him
through the better elements of the human nature from tbe Source of All Strength,
the Fountain of All Good; he avoided evils because they were sins, and for tbe
rest, trusted, as a little child trusts its mother, Him in whom he bolkvod. He
was another living illustration of the fact that all true religion has relation to
life, and that the very life of religion, so far as the human recipient k concerned,
k to do good; uppermost with him, in all he did, aeemed tbe universal rule of
right: "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and hk righteousness," understanding
thereby that the "kingdom" is Divine Truth, the "righteousness," Divine Love.
He died, as he had livod. In the evening, after supper, at home, with hk
faithful, lifo-companion, apparently without a struggle, perhaps without a con.
scions pang, his gentle spirit passed to its home, freed from the clay tenement.
Let us believe that death k but an incident of life, not its close; that, while the
visible and mortal part has been consigned to earth, the invisible, the immortal
part, the real, has but disappeared from mortal view, to be forever with the Lord
FRIEDHOF & CO.
' ae Only twb weeks. . ..
"-nntil everybody wants a
CHRISTMAS hx PRESENT,
And we have just what you want.
We have an elegant line of Christmas
Goods this year. Now is the best time to
get the choice of the prettiest goods.
XMAS HANDKERCHIEFS !
- The largest and handsomest collection we have ever
shown from 2 cents, to $1.50.
An elegant line of initial Handkerchiefs both Ladies'
and Gents' in silk and linen.' r v
: I , .1 ?. :
MUFFLERS IN GREAT- VARIETY FROM 25 CTS.
TO $2.50 EACH. BEAUTIFUL FANS FROM 50 CTS. UP.
FANCY RIBBONS, SILK MITTS, UNDRESSED AND
MOCHA KID MITTENS AND' GLOVES. - --' ',
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A large and complete line of Kid gloves in all shades. " , r
Stamped Linens in great variety. Down and sofa
pillows, Silk silks in handsome plaids and dress silks.
Black and colored dress goods. Our stock is complete
in every detail in all the new styles and shades.
Ladies' fees' and Wfa's floats!
To close oat oar immense assortment, we oiler our
entire stock at a discouat of 20 fr temt from oar
former low prices. Thk includes 'our entire stock of
FCE CAPES AND COLL A1ETTS. We shall
be pleased to have yoa call aa&exaa.iae oar im
mense line. ....-'...
FRIEDHOF t CO.
"S a.-V". -..-. la
r, v irtt lar lartaava Al
Tho Buriingtoo Boato (B. kU. R R)
0wre thirteen priasa raagioic from 96 1 to
9S6 and aggregating oca hundred dollara
lir tho cthirteon lottors, which, la tho
oauaioai of a compeUat ooaimittoo, are
.mat calculated to enconrage immigra
tion to Nehraoks
'Evory contestant, whether or not his.
eontribotioa is awarded a prise, will
reeervo tho "Corn BoHN(a aaaolaoaao If
pageavootaly pnblicatioa)foratx -aoatho
free of chargo. Tho conteot is opsa to
ing J. FrajMia,,0. P. A Burlington
RoaU, Omaha. Nob. 7-doc-8 .
.The Way.ta a to Callfarala
Is. ia a toarist sleeping car peraoaally
eoadacted via the BarUagtoa Route.
Toa doat change ears. Yoa make fast
fiats. Toa oee tho Inset aooaory oa tho
aoeao ftao to look at as a palace alooper
bat it k jaot as clean, jaot aa comforta
ble, juntas goodtoridin,AHOintABLT
Tho Barliagtoa excuraioos leave every
Tharadayreaching San Francisco San
day aad Los Angeles Monday. Porter
with each ear. Excursion manager with
each party. For folder giving fall infor
mation call at aoaraot R k M. R R
depot or write to J. Fraaek, Gen'l. Pae
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ii1ff ' ifeJITT'il W yfeVTnM i TiTinn fl iii fajlliiWl"mliarriliaW
That gloat fttoa ailvor faoaUy aowoaaaor.
tho OaMha Weakly WerW-HoraW, io
swad ia asmiwnkly acetkaa; will bo
aeat to now oaaworibera until Jaaaary 1,
1900, for-oaly Oao Dollar, tho yearly
Nboeriptioa irioa, and each now aao
oeriber who oats oat this offor aad oeatoa
it wiih hk dollar will also rocern a
highly iatatastiag aroatiaoa book, en
Utled, "Lighta aad rlhodowa of Oar war
afcetohea, iaddaata, anecdotaa aad per
sonal axpariaacea, by John R. alasiek.
Thk book of 324 pages, in paper cover,
k oae of the asoat attractive aad popu
lar booka that eaa.be offered aa a prem
ium. No ageat'a oomtakaioa allowed
oatak offer. Addreaa Weakly Wbrld-
ilarald, Omaha, Neb. to 12-15
Notice Is hereby rlvca tkat aralnl aroposala
vtllaa rtcdrad at the iake of ike ewialy
clerk of Platte emi'.tr. Nrbraaka. aatll 12
o'clock. aaoa.Jaaaanr 2.1888. (or ta ftiruiB
lagof thelllowlapilhors wh Ihcre-'
otmk'mms be aemlcd. rcaulrva .aa from time
t time ordsreil by tbe prop.-r aatbwlty fmr the
eomlac year 1888. the utaxliaMW rfpnseutlai'.
t-valt: , ,
Foar suht qalra arlatetl reeonl.
Tsh drat qulra Uaak rcconla.
Oaefuarqalre titasarft'a rah bosk, per
Oae tsar ealre Irtaaaiei'a Miiscellaaeaascatb
aWsWaNK ffJVtr aHaenpffva
Twa sJaat qalre aeUttaarat tax books.
uaeaixairescaoot aaatiet day book -per
Oae six oalre tewasMa day ayok. per sample
uae exa. qaire rax saie aeos;; per sample.
Oae eudUetatttcl mortgage l"ax. -
Oae twe oalre clerk's warraai heoar.
Oae three qalraetrrk'saccoaatwiib treasur
Oaaaeak six headrrd litaearapheal blaak
wsrraata, tbree eslsrs as per aaa.pie
Twenty beaks, twa baatrea eeb. treasarer's
tax reeslpta far aa. aeribratea, erlxlaaldapll.
eate aa4 trlpWraie. per sample.
Tw books twa baarc raea. mlseelmaeoaa
waaiala. aeimram. onxlual, duptleaie aad
trlpueate. per sample.-
8lx boohs two haadred each, redcaiptlaa
Mix books two haadred eacb, Ux salo cer
Uicares. Mahteea books two bandred each, town col
Je-tors tax teeelpts. ofigianl aad dapllcale.
aanbered aad perforated.
Tea books, any each, town co lectori tax re
ceipts, orlclaal aaddaplleate, perfuraled.
TwcatT-Bve sets of Deli books, with envel
opes of uSScieataUe for proper retura 'of bal-
tHxtr road orerseers receirt books. '
Foar thoasaad fuilsbecVblaaks. priated both
Twelve tboasand half sheet blanks, printed
Twelve thoasaad quarter sheet blanks,
priuted both sides.
Two thoasaad elgb th sheet blanks, prlated
Koar thoasaad tea Inch maaila eavelopes,
Four thoaatad "tea loch white envelopes
Five thoasaBd alae aad one-half lack oavel
ooes XXX. orlnted.
Two thoasaad elevea lach white envelopes
JVJkjk, prune ?.
Tea Ibonsaad six aad o-e half inch envel
opes, white. XXX. printed.-
Niae tboasand Japanese liaea letter heads.
Five thoasaad Japanese linen note beads eib.
Twelve crosa OIhc.bi.bi bobs.
Foar cross Speaeerlaa pens.
Two gross Blyawr Bros, silver alloyed peas.
One cross GilkHt's No. 888 peas.
Twelve gross A. W. Faker's pencil), rubber
. Twodoaea Ea copyiae; peBcIls Nc. 8.
Tbree doxea A. W. Fabers red aad blue pen
cils. Twelve boxes Ave hundred each. E. Faber'4
rabb-f bands Na 115ft.
Five gross K. Kaber' rubber baads No. 8?.
Four gross eae-qaarter Inch assorted rubber
Four gross one-half inch assorted rubber
Hlx dozen cork ten holders "bank."
One dozen oblique Spencerian pea holders.
Oae gross nickel tipped pea holders.
Flfteea quarts Arnold's wriUDf fluid, black.
Two quarts Arnold's writing fluid, ctimsoa.
Three quarts Carter's madlace.
One dozen safety ink w. Us No. 1.
Two doaen A. W. Paber mammotii combina
One dozen Westeaholm I. X. L. office
One-half dozen Excelsior self ink stamp pads
Two tboasand round head McGIII's fastener
One thousand round bead Mcaill's fasteners
Oue thousand roundhead McGIU's fasteners
One thoaaand eyelets.
Foar hundred saw seal, gold.
Hlx reams legal cap. Ifteea poaads.
Two haadred and arty court wrappers, re
versible doeumeat No. 25. printed.
Three thoasaad sheets type writing paper,
light as per sample.
Three thoasaad sheets type writing paper,
heavy as per sample.
One doaen Smith Premier type writing rib
One-half dozen Remington type writing rlb-
Four dozen sheets carbon paper.
Eight bottles type writer oil.
Four type writer oilers.
One Twenty-fear inch rubber rule.
Six Faber Conclave rulers. Twelve inches.
BlxFaberCtnctave rulers, Eighteen inches.
Oae Uaiqao duplicator.
One-half dozen Little's carbon paper, green.
Ono Rubers automatic order binder, eigh
teen by twelve and a half.
Oae thousand sheets ol record paper, twelve
by eighteen as per sample.
One eight oanee bottle ulggln's black water
proof American India ink.
All records to be full leather bound and
made from the beat quality of Weston's linen
ledger paper, and endorsed with appropriate
lines aad numbered as may be designated.
Separate proposals must be presented for
books, "blanks and stattoaary, properly en
dorsed oa the outside of each envelope.
Tbe Board of supervisors reserves the rUlit
to reject say and all bids, or at their discretion
to award the contract for furnishing the sup
plies advertised foe one or more departments
aad reject the remainder.
The aui-cessful bidder will be required to
!;lve good aad sufficient bnud for the faithful
ullllment of the provls'ons of his contract.
Dated Columbus. Neb.. December 9, IMS.
Q.W. 1'Piixirs, County Cleik.
REPORT OF THE CONDITIO
Gelnkis State Bank,
(Charter No. 87),
In the State of Nebraska, at the close of
business, December 1, 1898.
Loans and diseoaaU f.KK.170 72
Overdrafts, secured aad nnssenred... M28 97
Stocks, bonds, securities, jadgmeate.
claims, etc 1.723 41
Bsakia hoase. furniture and fixtures 9.179 01
Other real estate 11884 62
Carreat expenses aad taxes paid S.8G0 0S
Checks sad other cash items 1,100
Dae from Karioaal. State aad Private
Baaksaad Bankers... M.,42518
ftVaaWaS ffJOffaw .. a a a laawJsa) fpv
BUver dollars 28. 68
Fraettoaal aUver 882 48
Total esshoahaad. 1X418 U
Total B248,284 2
UABIUTIKS. , .
Capital steek paid ia..
TimeWlajUaBfasof spos8f lU<-
Meats -r..i. -or.l
STATB Or MtSBABKA, l
Coaaty of Flarte '"
L M. Braamer. cashier of the above named
baak,do so&auJy swear that tbe above state,
meat istrao to the bsstof my kaowladge aad
M . Bavodxa,
swora to before
NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDEBJ3.
'MtCTICasWtesjysiraa that sealed proposals
Xf wtUawfaesivaatlwiasMe of the Coaar
Qark of PWrts as ty. Wehrasaa. aatll 4 o'eiaak
&awDseeeaasr 81st, 1888. for the eoaarraetioa
Twaom ariaaa over taWU creek la said
or (Be -me Bead" la the
asaas aad ijiiillistlnsioa lis la theo
Has. sin hi with aJasa aad sa.
! for the fakafal
the riaat to reject aay or all
the aaaw time aad pfaes
Ths isliiiiNI.II III will Uieoairad
sMflnissaans aflhs nnatiaiit
-Mr-.?"-.1.------...ag;-waaigtjg t?a---v-y b.-- ..,. ... , . .,iMLjagayg Bmmsmfmrv, - i, ..-
" ,.' A
Tkm Kbtsl Yo Hare Always
im avse for over 90 jtmtSf
AH CMBtrfits Isaitatkms aaWl Soswiltmtes are but Hx
atiiaataila that trifle with aavtl rwdaagrr Vkm kctdtk C
CUlslnatExpeiieBVce asratamt Experlanasiti
What is CASTORIA
is s-ahetlttite for
Sootklava; Syraps It is
avefther Oplana, Morpkbae mor other XaUrotto
Its avfje 1s its sjoanuitee. It aleatroys woraas
aUasi allays FererisltBess. It cmtcs Diarrhoea aael Waaaa
3oUc. It relieves Teetaias; Troables, cares Coaotlpatisa
aa4 Fiataleacy. It awlmilates the Food, regmlatea tho
Btoaaach aad Bowels, trivia; healthy aad aataral sloop.
The CnUltlrea's Panacea, The Mother's Frlead.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bouglit
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TNC eiKTMIR COaPMW. TT
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rtijkniU be 21A aiit dkoox oi atestioMQi ike iya him o
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5 SEWING MACHINES. 3
-" sa NYBODY wishing to buy a sewing machine will favor mo by sm
T f calling and examining my machines. If I cannot prove to m
LZ you that I have tho best machine ever sold for the price, $20, ?i sm .
L and S25, there will bo at least no harm done. AH parts are of good
2 ? steel properly tompered and will wear a life time. Theynro folly JS
-3 warranted for 10 years, Onished as good ns any machines mtide. Do Jp
J not fail to examine them before buying. B
m" S"I carry n full line of needles and supplies for all machines JL
" made. Repairing a specialty. J5
m LOUIS P. PHTT.T.IPPS. r-m
. C. CASSIN,
pBOPRirron or inr
Omaha Meat Market
" Fresh. 'and -1, 4 .
Game and Fish in Season.
SaTHighest market prices paid for
Hides and Tallow. f,
TIME IS MONET
Wbea yoa are travelling, due consider
atioa abould be given to tbe amount of
tisae spent in makjag your journey.
THE UNION PACIFIC is The Best
line and makes the- Fastest Time by
many hoars to Salt Lake City, Portland
aad California potato.
For time tables, folders,' illustrated
book, pamphlets descriptive of tbe ter
ritory traversed, call oa C. E. Jot,' .
tl 38 Dae . Ageat.
.aWaaSaWaWmTBaBaPaaarSa! " aWal
aaaSaUawsam I aalAfl mmm
lwMae) ike asgawUitrw at?
m aite f5e eieceiire yaai la tUa.
Castor Oil, FaWMorte. Drops
Harnalefts ajsil Pleonaat. It
BWMf aTttCaT. WW TaWK CrTT.
OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL
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NEWS IS EXCLUSIVE.
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Saifa Class is or His Way
now from the Klondyke with presents- a
loro for tho little ones and the bit; ones.
lie can't corao down tho chimney if yoa
haven't one. Chri6tnias joys shonld bo en
joyed in tho bosom of your funiily at home.
If yon hnven't a home, the moat sensible
present for wife, son or dunghter wonld be
a deed for a comfortable little homo. Wo
will sell yon ono that will inerensu in valno
steadily on easy terms. ,
BECHER, JAEGGrI & CO.,
Don't be llHmbMggefi hy By-
iHT a cheap liange from
unite in praising tho beauty and superi
or merits of tho Mujeetio stoves. Every
improvement that ia shown in tho new
stoves for '98" aro combined in the Ma
jestic. We have a splendid assortment
of parlor stoves..cook stoves, oteel ranges
and Round Oaks to chooso from, and
our prices are away-down.
SCIWIIIZ I EASTN,
, Eleventh St.
Ws Carry Coffins, Caskets ami
Mttallic Caskets Burial
HATE THE BEST HEARSE
IN THE COUNTRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
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TTO-UfalT AT LAW.
Seataweet eeraar Elereata at.
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