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WE- ANNOUNCE THAT OUE STOCK
i- more complete than ever and invite one and all to come in and Jasper; Tt All
.'J .- -'. .qt the leading STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES are to be foaad in oar store,
U- ' " including all of the latest novelties, and we offer, for the first time in Colambns,
;". ..the-famous FERNDALE CANNED TBUTTS and YEGETABLES which are ab-
'. . - .'adlutely the beet.
. -z In fine Teas end Coffees. Chase k Saxboks's, as usual, take the lead. We
: -vo2l the celebrated Log Cabin Maple Syrup and warrant it to be the beat.
Yon will find our Queensware and Lamp department very complete aad can
' -"easily and-what yon want. Peraoas buying in large quantities will do well to call
. -- on a as we have toe right gooas and wm .mace tne prices ngnx. larerui aneu
a.' " lion and courteous treatment accorded to alL
;- Eleventh Street,
d olumbiis lourual.
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klbci Local cily except Ssacay.
W. E. Bxshax. Arai
CP-AU sotiw adr this htwf-g will be
hird at ti rat o5 ft a year.
A LEBANON' LODGE So. 55. A. T. 4A.M.
Beslar secsxs 2d WedsBaday ia aci:
KJT nosiii. All brethrKi iTitd to mttesd
Gca. G. Bacsxx. Sc'y. agaly
aceu TOMcUy rreEiss of act
tbeir hall oa Ttirt.
cct. nm-g trrtijec cormauy
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rQLCMElAN CAXPSO.S5.WOODMES OF
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Thrdiyof the ssosth. 733 p. , at i. O. o. r.
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Trr oiraie. ac an Tisiar Dreciresmi cor.
res azv cur
:-diily xsTiied to aoet witi ca.
-P EOBGASLZED CHTJBCH OF LaTTFB-THT
. XV Saiaip hold roa-slar merriae resy Scaday
". at S p. -. prayer Kecir oa Wedaeaaay aciac
t tsir efiapeL eoraer cf Nona street aad facxfce
ATaa- All ar cordially xzTited.
" .lla Elder E. J. Hcpsoy. PraaLVBt .
GEBXAS SEFOBMED CHUBCH. Scaday
aool a; 30 a. . Chsreh rerr Sssday
at -lldSG a. . "" Eadea-ror at "X p. .
LadM Aid Soeisty erery rrt licradayia the
Boata at ta chsrea. 14bot-4
"Wheat, f? bashel 50
-Con shelled? bashel. . . 29
Com, ear ? bushel 29
'.Bye ?bahel-. 40
Barley, bashel 25
Hogs-f? cat. -4 S5 5 00
- Fat cattle ? cwr. 3 50 4 25
Potatoes f?bnaheL 20
'Sutter-? t. 1316
Eggs ? decen 8
v Markets corrected every Tuesday af
ternoon. ' -Xnqsireof fierrieh.
' .-Mselecz for beet photos.
. ' Dr. Xaaaaacs, dentist, Thxrtaaath
- Fine job work done at Tax Jocaxax.
. "Rlsinr faxai
for sale at Tax
. Dr. Bakerv
o&ce Olive street.
Dorr forget the Band
day eveac, April 3a
' Fn sim geaeraHy are gettiag corn
groand ready for plaatiac.
Dr. E. D. MeKsaa deatist, over Pol-
oeara, 13th aad Sorth
Toa that aaad stock asalas, call oa
H-Scfc aster. He
' It was ftajaat Unrr aad ast Otto,
who started far JEanae Sataraay vaak.
A Cftrefbl Grocerjmmn
fills roar orders with precision sad
promptness. We not only do that, bat
we fill them with the choicest and best
quality in this line that can be procured.
We are expert judges of
TEAS JLSD COFFEES.
and oar Cane Getis and Table
Delicacies we procure from the most
reliable and best manufacturers.
New goods daily at Herrick'a. 2
Inquire of Herrick for baby buggies
and go-carte. 4
For said a phaeton, nearly new. Call
on A. Hsight. 4t-p
Born, April 11, to Jars. Joseph E.
Dishner, a son.
Bom, Tuesday, April 10, to Mrs. J.
E. Hoffman, a daughter.
When you need any typewriting
ring up telephone No. 90. 2t
Nannie Frazel was taken down sick
Monday with lung fever.
The old rule is -stick to your flan
nels till they stick to you.'
Jobs are now hunting the men, in
stead of the men hunting jobs.
Do not fail to see our 8-foot garran
ized steel mill for 132.00. A. Dnasell Jc
Henry Luers, who now pisnr'- most
of his time at his farm, was in the city
A very light fall of snow last Thurs
day morning, melting a little after
The painters have brightened up O.
L. Baker's residence with a fresh coat
Wasted A girl to do housework.
Inquire at the store or residence, of J.
H. Galley. tf
Little Marguerite, daughter of Fred
Boberts has been quite sick with ca
If you are thinking of getting an
aluminum plate, go and see samples at
Dr. Naumann's. tf
Dr. McKean's method of making
aluminum plates places them on an
equality with gold.
Charles A. Gerrard of this city and
Mas Mayme Cooper of Bellwood are to
be married May 8th.
Ben. Brodfuehrer went Friday last
to Bed Oak, Iowa, where he has a posi
tion in a jewelry store.
C F. Gleaaon, agent for Kimball
Bros-, Lincoln. Granite and marble for
all kinds of cemetery work.
SaJey's. Na Masey in advance. tf
Wo. Nicholson, who has been work
ing in "the cigar factory for some time,
has gone to Harvard to remain.
Mrs. Covert and Mrs. Winston will
give a tea 'Wednesday afternoon, April
25th, at the home of Mrs. Winston.
Two men at Lincoln are in a quan
dary. On the same day each bought the
same piece of land from different agents.
Wm. SchHz aiakes boots and shoes
in the best styles, and uses only the very
best stock that can be procured in the
Judge Curtis has had a telephoae
placed in his office, and will occupy his
present quarters, at least for a tiaie, so
FARMERS, ATETENTION. Toa
can get an 8-foot Freeport Galvanized
steel windmill from A-Doseelli Son
for only t2a 00. tf
A splendid rain Sunday, and still
an occasional sprinkle as we write this,
Monday forenoon. This will put corn
ground in fine tilth.
For a good set of hand-made harness
or anything else in the harness line, call
on F. H. Baache. He will make the
price to please you. tf
There are a number of interesting
transfers of real estate this week aee
the list. There any be soate sugges
tion valuable to you.
It is expected that the work on the
Union Pacific between this and Benton
for the doable track will be completed
in about thirty- days.
Baptist chareh, J.D.Palis, pastor.
Service April 22, 11 a. bi, 8 p. no.
MorBJag "The Heathen.'' Evening
-A Word for Stragglers."
Mike Caaain has added to improve
aaents at his Tableau th street aaaat
auxsat, a wary nice, fLOOO refrigerator,
Mag feat, 12 feet iahajgtt
Thebaildaagat the southwest cor
nerof Madison aad Eleventh street a
gniagfmaatd aotwitaataadsig the sale
Dr.NaHattnn can serve yon in any-
thai as kaown to the dental pro-
aad Caaaaben drove
ap to PiatteOaaterSatarday to attend
Dannr laaMHan nhn
. .. xac -assssMBwas oa fiwaniB, j
aacnwaaaxaatwgTaaaisraaaers. the Gea Xaaafe, hatia aD a-naad
WHITES CKEAMTEBMLFUGE t In,i with ijiIisi aw-as thai
aaaw ssaISBBBasV tassV aHaafty aaaBaBst saaBaBaaaBBaBBr bbbbIbT SBaT sasaw) flCBSaM. flaHsMBasBaU wVAsatB
waaaai aaa4 -ssaaaaBaaasismBkaa alvaaaaX -avaaaamt- asafiii asawasv aaa - m.
HP. DwU was the
pop-corn, at the store of XL
on Eleventh treat,
For the real sis rtsi of this year we
furaiah Tax Goxcmcs Waaxxr
Jotxsal aad the Lincoln Seau-Weakry
Journal for fL40 cash dawn.
Thoaias Branniganof Polk coanty
started yesterday for Pine BlsCa, Wy
oaung, erpecting to return with a ear
load of horses.
The ladies Union of the M.E. church
will give a tea Wednesday afternoon, at
the hosae of J. C Echols from 3 to 7
o'clock. Ladies are cordially iavited.
L. W. Harris, who has been an
operator at the U. P. ogee in this city
since November, has gone to Buffalo,
N. I-, expeetiag to retarn in a few
The quarantine for aeariet fever will
be removed from the hosae of Bar. Tost
today. Bev.Tost will preach Sanday,
morning and evening in the Methodist
The ahellars finisher! a large ran for
B. S. Dickinson Monday. They had
been at it for over two weeks and shelled
over 37.000 bushels of corn. Platte Cen
A few more of the FaOor stock of
thoroughbred bulls and heifers left and
for sale at C K. Dsvies' place. Address
Silver Creek post-office, or better, call
Mr.Winnick of Chicago visited B.
E. Jones' family last week on his way to
Cornlea, where he owns property. Mr.
Winnick was one of the old settlers of
RELIABLE SEEDS AT HONEST PBICES!
Choice OBiasaeed.SC casta per pocad. 5 packets
Cabbage. Cssssbes. Leasee. Osioa aad Toma
to. 10c 5 packets Flower Seeds, fie, 5 Hosae
Plants. 2c Catalosce free. A. C Assxasos,
Coiaaibos, Sebr. 4t
Charlie Williams, U. S. deputy rev
enue collector, dont allow any of them
to escape. He recently gathered in the
fee on an amateur troupe of players who
were not aware of the law.
B. E. Jones is meVing addition to
his residence two doors east of A-Luth's,
and vill have a large and comfortable
home, when completed. Mr. Miles is
doing the carpenter work.
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lum
bago and sciatic pains, yield to the pen
etrating influence of BALLARD'S
SNOW UNTMENT. Price, 25 and 50
cents. A. Hexntz and Pollock Co.
At the Episcopal church Sunday
evening a sacred cantata was rendered
under the direction of Prof. Garhchs,
with twenty-five singers and six instru
mentalists. The church was crowded.
Mike Ebel was in town Monday and
in the best of humor. For news he told
us that he is owner of a mare who gave
birth to twin colts, horse and mare,
now ten days old and as "smart as rats.'
Talk is abundant of getting the park
in the eastern part of the city in readi
ness for use this summer. A meeting of
First-ward citizens interested has been
suggested to be called at an early date.
Gas Speice of Columbus, and three
other Columbus parties were in the dry
the first of the week looking at soaie of
Gould's fast horses, with the intention
of purchasing a driving team. Fuller
Martin Jansen, the man who some
days ago was so badly injured at Platte
Center, that one of his legs had to be
amputated, has been at St. Mary's hos
pital ever since. He will have one good
leg to go with.
The Joraxai. has put in a new
power engine and we congratulate our
contemporary upon this additional proof
of prosperity of- one of the oldest and
decidedly best papers in the state. Long
may it wave. Tiaaes.
As was expected by asost of us, W.
N. Hensley received the appointment of
city attorney from Mayor Held, thus
succeeding himself in the office, having
served last year by appointment from
Somebody aaks-whai has become of
the old-faaMoaed aaan who want to
nearly every pahtie gathering looking
for a fight. The answer is that the
public long ago tired of him. He has
gone into other bnsinww
When it is a fact that the Dakotaa,
Nebraska and Kansas could provide
homes for doable or treble their present
population, why should the people of
these states relax efforts to increase the
population by immigration?
A camp of Spaaiah-Asaerican war
veterans was organised at Schuyler April
1L with thirty-two charter saembers.
Denton W. McBae was elected
aaaader. The atasteriag caaeers
Major ISlian and Capt-E. H. Pbelaa.
A strange dog eatered Liawood,
Butler coanty the other day that aauaud
signs of rabies It bit Bev. Appleton
and several animals, and was killed af
terwards by a faraaerssst of theviDage.
Oae of the dogs bitten has
Moat wosasn with
aaffer dreadfully from piles ia addition
by amag TABLErTS BUCKEYE PILE
OINTMENT. Price, eaata in bottles,
Tabes, 75 cents. A. Heiatx aad Pollock
Mam Lulu Willott want to
Crises, who is yet a, the haspatal at that
r a lot of i ins ti by
Labi as a taken of
Onaeeooai of the eneth of little
dissaasad with Baaeay moraiag ia the
aaior league nu acre a sate
' j -.-. -c- am
Waa. Peeaeh awt in a
power gasolene eagiae at his caady fac
tory last wash, whieh is to famish the
power for faaa. freeaa cream, and for
other heavy work abont theplwv
Moavaar aught of last weak, when a
half inch of rain faU here.
anew at smite a aaaber of places in the
the heaviest snow of the wis
tad sight inches deep, all
An oaaee of prevention as worth a
poaad of care, aad a bottle of BAL
LARD'S HOBEHOUND STBTJP
mtaae is worth a staff of ah;
a drag atore or two iariaded Pries, 35
aad50eaata. A. Heiatx and Pollock J:
Ton do not help to
pay high rents if you
buy Dry Goods at the
White Front Dry Goods
Store. Follow the
Last Wednesday Dr. A. J. Baker
shot a bird that has seldom been seen in
this part of the country a Night Heron.
It is a handsome looking bird, with two,
light, long plumes and three tufts from
which a phosphorescent light is emitted,
Barney McTaggart tells us he has a
cow with an tt missal complaint
and be learns that there are several in
the country similarly affected. The ap
pearances accompanying are a hard-
swollen adder and a very sore mouth.
What to do, is a question.
Semi ImhoS moved his family into
town Monday from Graetli post-office.
They will live in the residence just va
cated by J. H. Johannes, west of C A.
Speice's. Mr. Tmhoff has been one of
the successful farmers of this county
and is coming to town to enjoy a rest.
Bonds to the amount of $11,000 were
carried at the recent election by a vote
of three to one, and of $15,000 by four
to one, in Piatte and Pleasant Home
precincts, respectively, in Polk county.
They were voted to be donated to the
Nebraska and Gulf Bailroad company.
Among those leaving Saturday for
Columbus to work on the railroad grade
for L E. Doty, were. Hargas aad Dave
Campbell. Leslie and Henry Keller, Fred
Decker of Iowa. Andy Jackson, Albert
Hastings, Don Mathewson, Harry Miller
and John Weythman. David City Press.
Julius Schmidt, whose home was
west of the Loup river, first house north
of the track, west of the bridge, met
with an accident that disabled him, but
he was brought to the hospital some ten
days ago, too late to do any good, how
ever, towards recovery, and deilh came
Herman Sersenbrock went to Platte
Center one day last week, agent for the
Columbus City Band to make arrange
ments for the concert to be given there
the evening of the 27th of April. -Tatty'
reports good success and is of the opin
ion that Platte Center citizens will give
the band a hearty greeting.
Neariy erery person needs a tonic
medicine al this time of year to brace up
and invigorate the nervous system, to
cleanse the bowels, liver and kidneys.
HEBBLNE is the best and safest rem
edy to do this, as it will cure constipa
tion, regulate the liver and enrich the
blood. Price 50 cents. A. Heintz and
Abraham Scott says he has learned
how to grow good potatoes on sandy
sell in Nebraska: Plow and harrow
good, then mark off as usual; don't plant
too deep; cultivate as usual, and hill up
before they blossom; after blossoming,
do not plow, but put good manure be
tween the rows, and let them alone un
til ready to -pick.""
The Jottbxll is in receipt of the
stated bulletins of the Bureau of Horti
culture, Nebraska State society, and
finds them very valuable. The practical
suggestions are very good, doubtless, as
well as timely. The last is upon plant
ing the apple orchard, giving full direc
tions, and including the varieties best
adapted to Nebraska.
Albert King has moved the building
he bought some time ago of Friedhof Jc
Co to the corner of M and Thirteenth
streets, where he owns three business
lots 22x132 feet each, which he pur
chased of Charles PearsalL Mr. King
will put the building in good repair, and
use it as a warehouse for buggies, etc.
The three lots cost him $1300.
The chemists have demonstrated
that cornstalks yield cellulose, worth
$400 a ton, good for stopping holes in
battleships; fine cardboard and paper;
the best foundation for dynamite; a
patent cattle food, and a superior glue.
But yet it is estimated that 2500000
tons of cornstalks go to waste every year
in this country, Nebraska included.
Frank Gores, the well-known car
penter of this city, has been at the hos
pital nearly all winter, and latterly un
derwent a difficult surgical operation by
Drs. Evans and Geer for h?. and de
clares hirrwrif entirely free from troubles
which had long afflicted him, a well
man. He says it is wonderful how many
people from a distance come to be
treated at the hospital.
Conundrums are exceedingly com
mon, these times. The play on words
seems a great attraction to the ordinary
individual. The Philadelphia Press is
responsible for the following foofiBhing:
Why can't you be obliging?"' cried the
fseetioas maaic-eraak. "The bells play
when they are tolled. Gome, give as a
tane.' "No, grumbled the organ, in
deep diapason. TH behlowed if I dor
E.M. Thomas was in Staatonlast
Friday exehaagxag greetings with old
fries da, Mr. Thomas and wife are still
at TTwyan, S.D.. but as nothing can be
done at placer auniag. he found employ
meat on a sheep ranch, aad when here
was on his way home from Omaha where
he went with a load. Stanton Packet.
Mr-Thomas is well-kaewn to maayof
the old settlers along SaaOl Creak. His
wife is a relative of CH. Davis of this
The tret daHynaaer for Cobxsxbas
talked of in 1S77 by Wnx-Bargaat,
the next, and he
foead it didn't pay.
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nan sr peases asBHn. xnenxmwesas &
means au we aasoa we nswmee an 5 PK9MHst VCmaawV.
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in the bawy. WTTRBFiF, isinhisi the aa-eaaaanjajaajaasjaae m
1 ii ejameTanaa eaaaaw a - .a - &, sTaTa? aa"27 sTaa
there was r w,u maxaaaas ana sasniss -, ":
fgoodheakh. Priea,90eenta. A. Heiatx ' . -S
B r sen jratawea: ar uo. . - gm
- -. a faaaTV' aaBBBBal'mV. aTana.
"- -Friisy imt the ride ef the New wo . awnZI
msmacTaaa- Tack Caatnl enarineaea awar the Uaaaa .. "L . . " '
ism bibs biiii sjamtT4bar miaatsa. the tane iiiiam is- toa ta UBaana Tamnaaar. aaTS---
pa vvsraa 9 f SBAaaaraar amiaaeaai favosa Taar ; aalaaaaasssama aVa a Maawp
iagtoa to Kaaraey was awdem thirty- ar Fntiat nf ffnth Parrtti Tiritil
tear misslH. Between Grand Island hia In rthai. J. H, awar Saaday. ""
" mile a mmats rate waa Prf matBaaatnsr - --a the teach- asaw-
daaghter of Mr. and
Fred. Schoat, fire miles sonthwsat of
Dnnean, died Saturday lest at her heme.
at the age of 17 years aad 9
Seholz waa taken quite sarldeaTy
sick last September with consumption.
when her father took her to T
they have been spending the wiatar.
Aboat two weeks ago she was broaght
mace when she rapidly declined.
Thefaaaral services were held in the
German Lutheran church, Danean,
Meeday ail o'clock.
The new High school paper, the Se
lector, came oat with the first issue last
week. The paper throughout is a credit
to Peter Daffy, the editor, aad William
manager. Both young man are practical
printers, and the pamphlet is lackiag
the usual amateurish style of a high
school or college paper. On the cover
page is printed a half-tone picture of
the new high school building, photo
graphed by John Early, and published
in the Illustrated Omaha Bee a few
Saturday last, while a prominent
populist was, with others, looking at the
young chickens whieh were being hatch
ed out in Jno. Schaioekern incubator, he
remarked to George Barnum that the
populists should have some such ma
chine to hatch pops. Before George
could retort (and he is usually pretty
quick at it) a Polk county German farm
er remarked that it would be a very poor
business to go into better a good deal,
to feed cattle and hogs than to raise
pops. The p. p. seemed, like Dewey
in his interview about the presidency,
conscious of having said more then he
A man eynic asks wbwis it that the
pretty girl is almost always the selfish
girLtoo? and after giving numerous nias
trations, answers that -the poor things
are so spoiled that they think about no
one but themselves, and so they become
unbearably egotlsticaL" The cynical
man is evidently not a good judge of
beauty, which, like all qualities, is a
matter of degree. There is beauty of
face, of form, of language, of manners,of
character. Indeed, if a young lady have
only a pretty face, or a young man, a
handsome make-up to commend them
along life's rugged way, they will sorely
The receipts of the Columbus post
office for the fiscal year ended March 31,
1900, were SSL198. The last year previous
to Mr. Kramer taking charge, the re
ceipts were $525. When the receipts
of an office exceed $8,000, the law pro
vides that it shall be a second-class
office, and after July 1st, Mr. Kramer
informs us, this will be the case. The
increased receipts, of course denote in
creased business, naturally requiring
increased facilities, pay, etx, and in
many ways, the change will be benefi
cial. Columbus can reasonably look
forward to a good government building
here, in which to transact government
Doubtless we shall have hot weather
after this wet spell, and it will be found
necessary for comfort to clean up,
streets, alleys, yards and cellars of every
thing which would by decay pollute the
air. One of the modem theories is that
all human ailments are due to microbes,
and the bad microbes seem to nourish
in filth of various kinds. The new ad
ministration, it is understood, are
pldged to some lines of reform, such as
the opening of closed streets, and the
improvement of streets generally, by
gracing, and occasionally, at least,
timely sprinkling when dusty, etc, and
we suppose that effort will be put forth
now, in short order, along all lines to
give evidence that what was said was at
D. F. Davis has purchased a news
paper outfit and will produce the first
issue of the Schuyler News next Thurs
day. Although two papers are a plenty
for Schuyler, the field will not be as
overcrowded with three papers as most
Nebraska towns are. Mr. Davis has the
best wishes of the Quill in his new un
dertaking. Hia paper will be democratic
and the printing will be done on the
Sun's press. The News will not do job
The above is from the last Schuyler
QuilL Mr. Davis was recently post
master in tins city and before that for a
number of years published the Colum
bus "Democrat, changing the name to
Telegram, when he started the dairy.
His many old acquaintances here will
wish him success in his new venture,
repuhiiesns, however, drawing the line
on his polities.
to be a well suthenti
1 prevalent upon our
Anderson k Been of
contracted to purchase
the Citizens Bank buSdzag and will start
a bank therein the first of May, to be
known as the Second National Bank of
Fullerton. Miami. Anderson k Been
are in the hankrajr besineas at Colum
bus, aad are a firm that enjoys the con
fidence and respect of everybody. Ful
lerton has eatered apon that stage in
life when there is samcient baataeaf for
two hanks and while the First National
t funds perhaps to do all the
required, yet the fact
thatcomsetitioc is the life of
The Post welcomes the new firm to
ezrebe and rrTtaJal
along all iIismi lis,, lines
ef Coiambas was in
lensdhg up tae records in
the Dehaay ease. We anderatand the
to open ap the ease to
the money want from the
of the land. Dehaay m atOl erary
the ssyiam, while the
Lonisa, daaghter of Mr. and Mm. last Ssavraav. "
Otto aaaaal same ap tram Omaha m
Satardav. He ami laaaaaa at home ""
await he !; as !; in ar. ..k 1 P"
unr 1 ummr .
E. a HOCKENKCRGER, Omcctos. JI
Tbthkd aad last ef taesariesof eaa-
The third and
eerta is to be
April , at the
This wfll probably
so tar as tne 1
have the advantage of
the public and more time for practice.
AU eaa look forward to a rare treat so
far as the manic is concerned, which is
of comae the main taiag at a concert.
However, a jewel to be fully appre
ciated, should have a fair setting, and,
for the first rime in public, the band
will appear in their handsome new uni
forms for which they are gratefully in
debted to the genet unity of Columbus
It has bean intimated that sometime,
in the near fatare, the band may con
clude to entertain their friends in some
of the asarby towaa. If so, they can ex
pect a hearty reception.
Following is the program:
1. March Casey on Parade-.
2. Trolley Polka- - Sutton
3. Serenade The Old Church Or
4. Trombone Solo Selection
5. Cake Walk Toper's in Town
6. Andante and Waltz Daugh
ter of Love Bennett
7. Porto Rican Dance Bosita....
Jean M. Humid
8. Song Seleded
9. Descriptive The Trumpeter?
Srsoraa. Sasasssua a Tzsspater
draaaisc at &i dailr datiea ia eaap.
Ha sac 11 siiitsag gig eaU-waiefc
ts inlrtwri asd liaiiiii tae
of ta ear woek. Taa Basd
a &T tae store rarli eaua aaad za
tae Usiiad Sam
10. Overture IEmotion-
Arr. by Ripley
11. Violin Solo. Seleded
Pbof. E. H. Gaelichs-
12. March The Union Forever .. .
........ .................. .....beouton
The Seniors finished their Latin course
Miss Blanche Xiewohnerof the Junior
grade visited at Lincoln Saturday.
The Ninth grade bookkeeping class
began actual bastness last Thursday.
Miss Maude Farker of Genoa taught
in Miss Dawson's place last week during
the lattera illness.
Fred. Saffron of the Senior grade was
on the sick list Thursday, bnt was able
to be at school Friday.
The first issue of the High School Be
flector appeared last Friday. The paper
gives general satisfaction.
The eotertaiament given by Frof. S.S.
HamUl aad daaghter on Tuesday even
ing was the best we have heard this
Miss Mollis Morse of the class of 99
accompanied by Mies Marion Bichard
soc of Ciarks are visiting Miss Lottie
The SUyton Jubilee Singers, the last
number of the High school lecture
course, appeared before a crowded hoase
on Thursday evening. The program
waa long and interesting, and was well
appreciated. Sach an entertainment
draws a larger crowd than lectures.
Daaxk a Dare HalT
A. telegram was received this morning
announcing the death of David Hale at
Hot Springs, Aric, which occurred some
time last night.
Mr. Hale was a picture of health un
til he eaaght a bad cold from exposure
while driviag cattle and it has since
resulted in a complication of diseases
He want to Hot Springs some months
ago with a view of improviag his health.
The flinssaart was a resident of Madi
son for a aamber of years, being eagaged
in the live stock easiness. He was a
good aasaagsr and arcs amis ted eoc
siiitrahla property. Aboat fifteen years
ago he moved to Hamphrey, where he
he has seen agent for a browing
He leaves three daughters,
Mrs. W . X. Harvey, of Newman Grove,
aad Misses Loneene and Frascia. D-
a bbbbb .avRBS; iii bi y asassahs a avaBeBtajBeaw -Aay
Cnrasnele ef the 12th. Mr. Hale
to many Jocaxax. readers.
will siBiawiilj awa i b hia lies Hi He
assay good aaahtiss, and nambered
psaaed tauwagh hare Sanday, burial to
TitzpalTick will give
yon goods at Omaha
prices. Follow the
eena awn BTeasi xnosy svamaag, ew.
This wDl amesNy he the beat 0 the I
C. S. EASTON 5
Invites tou to call and see his
Hariwari, IiNmnU, Waens
Hi Fin drritfn
I have the BoUeMMseriiig Boggy, -
requirn no oiling. 13
Boad WaagODm from $25 to$50.
The celebrated Flying Dutchman -
Biding Plows at $38, others at $30. Z
Walking Flows 16-inch $15; 14- m
inch $13, other goods in same propor- Z
awTCall ai I for 9M.etiac; that I hare f
Mtgwt. It tales t Im5 to tell yam wkat I haTe "
ft. Cewie an see far yaarself. Z
Tears far basiaess, -
C. S. EASTON.il
hasn't located all the desirable property
we've some choice bits on our books for
sale at prices that appeal to the people of
common sesse, The properties are located
in fertile sections, well watered and drain
ed, handy to market sad shipping points
and at oar prices aad terms are decided
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Paistad by Jaliea Dapram.) J
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This is reproduced in celors 22x30 inches, in a marvelous oil painting
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.ED. Jounxai Alr reauing some ot .
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tne nctitious trasn or tne democrats ana
populists, it occurrea to me to give you
a few tacts coming under mv own oo-(
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aerrcuiuu, av niai iuc ixvpi ucic ls.'
be able to see the right and wrong of at
least this phase of politics. I am from
the state of North Carolina, and some
might readily believe that I am a dem
ocrat, but I will say that I am a staunch
republican, although sot yet 21 years of
aaSA j3 wie Iaa3 awT yet st' Via
fsVaBa LaW- SaSBa?TaWa?wJaW I? - W
-l"?a TCfr9aBSSSmSPBwS m v
,. , . . . ,own household, therebv relieving him
many lies that are being circulated ,, , . , ,, . , . .
,l 'f vrlr, nr- .lJ possible imputation of being
throughout .Nebraska m regard to the,,- - - , T. . . . ., ... ., . ,.
politics of North
A grevious wrong is now being fos
tered and furthered in some, if not all,
of the southern states.
In 1996 we had a fair election is North
Carolina. The republicans polled a ma
jority of the votes by several hundred
and elected a United States senator. In
the election following, owing to ballot
box stuffing and unadulterated stealing
of votes, democrats carried the state.
In 1998, democrats asd populists tried
to stick themselves in the corner of every
bouse top in the state, and declared that
?Ka aT Wl , TS P !
r """"'' ".- - d.u6
-niggers," as they spoke it, as oiSce- j
holders, and the republicans, recogsiz
Leg the meanness of the charge, can-
the state and proved them Ears.
and further that the majoriry of colored j
people holding oSces were democrats, j
So as they could cot fairly get a ma-1
jority of votes, they stole them. Is sev- J
eral townships of the state where the f
democrats held swav thev eves drew I
ipons and threw stones to force the j
republicans from the polk, and cot allow j
uxo to vote.
Sach is the record of the pepoeratic
party in that state, and is some other
states it is 16 to 1 worse than is North
Carolina. Who is it that would have
the conscience to support such a party
as this, after knowing these facts?
Iiademoerator populism should cast
his eyes on this statement, I win ask
him a few questions:
Have we good times?
If so, why do you want a change in
Hew do the markets of 1900 compare
with those of 1904-o?
Doat you really believe that your
party has not shown nrst-dsss ability
in the management of public affairs?
Conviaeed of wrong, why continue in
ehcicely brad; a f
well-bred sows left
for sale. Call
9mWr SvsT asarV
This Xasteraieee represents a
family of peasants in the harvest field.
It is noonday not a breath of air" is
stirring and away off in the distance
where the villagers are holding their
country air a balloon hangs in the sky.
They gaze iu mute astonishment, won
der, awe and admiration, revealed in
their faces and attitudes. It is the work
of a master hand.
FOR 25 CENTS.
Fantsnt SL, Omaha. Neb.
A Machine That
.Works Wonders !
It will sow seed, rake and hoe. and is one
of the most labor-savins' and convenient
implements yet devised. Our combined
Seeder and Culivator places the seed
or continuous rows, and
kind of seed. We have all kinds of agri
cultural implements in all the latest im
proved devices, and at low prices.
It is said that Private Secretary
i Fred Jewell is laying the pics to capture
nomination for a fat state
And why shouldn't he
He has been ac
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tively enazed ia reform labors since
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early is the histor
of the populist
party, and is entitled to whatever re
ward en honest man is able to swins.
Besides having it in his heart 'jo do the
people a great deal of good in keeping
the public service pure as distilled
water. Mr. Jes-eli is not unmindful of
?the solemn duty of providing for his
i benefits growing out of fusion asd re
form should be incidental and eoctem-
tporaneoss wits the legitisiate profits
accruisg to the early reformer, who has
thrown away no opportunity to identify
himself with the movement -in such a
manner as to keep hirr.celf is touch with
the pay-roll. Asd why not Jexell? He
has special qualifications for the omce of
land commissioner or secretary of slate,
and with a little practice would make a
better attorney general than Constan
tine J. Smyth. He comes from the cen
tral part of the heavily populated portion
nf th ctat ar-ri fm a
DODocratic minorities are a menace
civilization. Bixbv is State Journal.
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Choiceiy-bred aaort-horn cattle, of
either sex and all ages, constantly kept
on hand for sale, at reasonable prices,
Also will have high-grade, short-hom
cows of all ages, good milkers and to be
fresh soon. Call or address
C. K. Dxvrss,
Silver Creek, Nebr.
Heaters, Take Istiee !
The public are strictly forbidden to
hunt upon the whole of section S, in
which is located the Irrigation Fond.
i Any persons trespassisg will be prose
cuted to the full limit of the law.
15-nov-y W. T. Eassr.
Clean old newspapers for sale at this.
Justice of the Peace.
iy Would respectfully solicit a share
of your I
Over First National Bank at rear ofaalL
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