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' WE ANNOUNCE THAT OUR 8TOCK OF
Glassware, Lamps, Etc,
"Is more complete than ever and invite one and all to come in and inspect it. All
"' of the leading STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES are to be fonnd in our store,
' including all of the latest novelties, and we offer, for the first time in Columbus,
the raniocs FERNDALE CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES which are ab-
vsolutely the best.
In fine Teas and Coffees, Chase & Sanborn's, as usual, take the lead. We
".- sell the celebrated Log Cabin Maple Syrup and warrant it to be the best.
. Yon will findTmrQueenswareand Lamp department very complete and can
etsily find what you want. Persons buying in large quantities will do well to call
.. on lis as we have the right goods and will make the prioes right. Careful atten
tion and courteous treatment accorded to all. "
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"Eleventh Street, - Columbus, Nebraska.
WEDNESDAY. MAY IS. 1H.
B. 4 M. TIME TABLE.
St. LsaU aaS all aalaU
. Mat aaS Mat.
Malt Lake Clly.
Saa Fraaelsr aai all
No. 22 Passenger, daily except Sanday. 7:90 a. m
No. 12 Accommodation, dally except
Saturday. 4:30 p. m
' TRAINS AHRITE.
No. 21 Passenger, daily except Sunday. 940 p. m
No. SI Accommodation, daily except
TIME TABLE U. P. B. R
KA8T BOUND, MAIN UNI.
No. 8.J Coluuibns Local Iv. : a. m.
No. 102. Fast Mail -. WO P-
No fl, Atlantic Express 2:10 p.m.
No. 2. Overland Limited 538p.m.
No. 4. Chicago Special 4:10 a.m.
No. 28, Freight 80) a. m.
No. 22, Freight, lOuOp. m.
WEST BOUND, MAIN LINE.
No. 1, Overland Limited. 1030 a. m.
No. 101, Fast Mail 1120 a. m.
No. 8, Pacific Express 8 p.m.
No. 5, Colo. Special 1:45 a. m.
No. 7, Columbus Local 8:24 p. ra.
No.2, Freight 7:00 a. m.
No.eS, Passenger 7Kp. m.
.No. 71, Mixed 6:00 a. m.
No. 64. Passenger P- m-
No. 72, Mixed 1130p.ni.
ALBION AND CEDAB RAM." 1 BBANOH.
No. M, Passenger 2:15 p.m.
No. 7S, Mixed 6:45a.m.
No. 70, Passenger 1:05 p.m.
No. 74. Mixed Mp. m.
Norfolk passenger trains run daily.
No trains on Albion and Cedar llapids branch
Columbus Local daily except Sunday.
W. H. Benhav, Agent.
'All notices under this beading will be
charged at the rate of S2 a year.
n LEBANON LODGE No. 58, A. F. 4 A. M.
vJmKecBlar meetings 3d Wednesday in each
jUTaonth. All brethren invited to attend
sets Tuesday evenings oi eacn
-week at their hall on Thirteenth
street. Visiting brethren cordially
Qno. Fairobild. Sec'y. 27jan91-tf
CAMP No. 35. WOODMEN OF
W thA Wnrld. I
meets every second and fourth
Thursdays of the month, 7 JO p. m.. at L O. O. F.
Hall. Thirteenth street. Begular attendance is
very desirable, and all visiting brethren are cor
dially invited to meet wiui us. janzs-no
REORGANIZED CHUBCH OF LATTER-DAY
Saints hold regular services every Sunday
t 2 p. k., prayer meeting on Wednesday evening
at their chapel, corner of North street and Pacific
Avenne. All are cordially invited.
Elder H. J. Hudson. President.
fXERMAN REFORMED CHURCH. Sunday
W School at JO a. m. Church every Sunday
at llsBQ a. m. Christian Endeavor at 7 JO p. m.
Ladies' Aid Society every first Thursday in the
month at the church. linov-M
Wheat,. bnahel 50
Com, shelled-?? bushel. . . 28
Corn, ear 1 bushel 28
Oats, bushel 20
Eye-tf bushel 40
Barley,' V bushel 25
Hogs-tfcwL 4 50 4 80
Pat cattle-cwt 3 50 4 25
Potatoes- bushel 20
' Batter- t. 1214
Eggs V dozen. 86
Markets corrected every Tuesday af
ternoon. Enquire of Herrick.
Mielenz for best photos.
Freezers at von Bergen' on Eleventh
Dr. Neumann, dentist, Thirteenth
. Blank farm leases for sale at The
Albert Covert is working for Gray's
'at their grocery.
Dr. Baker, physician and surgeon,
ounce Olive street. tf
Dr. Lu C. Toss, Homeopathic physi
cian, Columbus, Neb.
PIANO FOB SALE. For particu
lars iaanire of Dr. Miessler. 4t-pd
Dr. B. D. MeKean dentist, over Pol
lock's, 13th and North streeta.
Yob that seed stock scales, call on
H. Schuster. He can save yom money.
' pre. Martyn, Evans A Geer, oftce
thre sloors fcorth of Friedhofs store, tf
TsmssW. Tanner of the Follerton
Post is avow sktyor of our neighbor city.
jbl JBnwSZf WmnwCmnv Am9UmasUatBwE WaslaV fjnmi
bad Fmiarlllth at, Oslambus, Neb.
A Careful Giraeryman
fills your orders with precision and
promptness. We not only do that, but
we fill them with the choicest and best
quality in this line that can be procured.
We are expert judges of
TEAS AND. COFFEES,
and our Cammed Goods and Table
Delicacies we 'procure from the most
reliable and best manufacturers.
Ice cream freezers at von Bergen
W. L. Thomas and family move to
Hammocks in abundance at von
Bergen Bros'. 2t
Chris. Shetter of Alliance was in the
city over Sunday.
Our new car of furniture was a
beauty. Herrick. 2t
Elinor Winston hss been quite sick
the past few days.
Rev. Weed held services in Bell
wood Sunday evening.
Miss Lizzie Sheehan entertained a
few friends Saturday evening.
The Bachelor girls met with Miss
Mollis Brady Friday evening.
Miss Helen Jerome hss finished her
school term near Platte Center.
George W. Randall is now city
scavenger for the coming fiscal year.
Garrett Hnlst has sold out his
business at Monroe to Hendryx & Co.
Miss Bessie Sheldon has been very
sick the past week, bnt is now improv
ing. Do not fail to see our 8-foot galvan
ized steel mill for $32.00. A. Dnssell A
Onr policemen call for $2300 a year;
lighting the streets $1600; sprinkling
The meeting of the Art department
of the Woman's club is postponed to
Wanted A girl to do housework.
Inquire at the store or residence, of J.
H. Galley. tf
District court was in session a while
Monday afternoon, Judge Hollenbeck
O. L. Baker says to deny for him
that he has sold his stock of horses,
A. R. Miller is to be cashier of the
new Fnllerton National bank, president
M. L Brower.
If you are thinking of getting an
aluminum plate, go and see samples at
Dr. Naumann's. tf
Buff Cochin eggs for sale for hatch
ing, one block north of new High school.
W. J. Mitchell. 4t
Miss Ruby Bickly has closed her
eight months' term of school northwest
of Platte Center.
Dr. McKean's method of making
aluminum plates places them on an
equality with gold.
Otto Baker says there's not a word
of truth in the report that he has sold
his livery business.
A son of M. E. Levin, about five
years old, was badly bit on the arm
Monday by a large dog.
C. J. Garlow has accepted an invita
tion to deliver the oration on the Fourth
of July at Cedar Rapids.
E. D. Fitzpatrick is building an
addition to his residence in the north
western part of the city.
M. Weaver was out doors Sunday
for the first time for several weeks, on
account of a very lame foot.
The Bachelor girls' society gave
Miss Anna Baker a pleasant birthday
surprise Monday of last week.
It is estimated that the total amount
required the coming year for the ex
penses of the city are $21,730.00.
When yon wish good, neat, clean
handsome work done in the line of
printing, call at The Journal office.
A crowd of about forty children were
entertained Saturday afternoon by Elks
McAllister at the home of Henry Abts.
Wm. Schilz makes boots and shoes
in the best styles, and uses only the very
beet stock that can be procured in the
FARMERS, ATTENTION. You
can get an 8-foot Freeport Galvanized
steel windmill from A.DusseUA Son
for only $25.00. tf
For, sale, cheap, one lot and neat
cottage, one block from Frankfort
square. For particulars, apply to Bech
er, Jaeggi A Co. 4t
For a good set of hand-made harness
or anything else in the harness line, call
on F. H. Rasehe. He will make the
price to please you. tf
No fishing or hunting allowed in our
pasture, southwest of the city. Keep
out of trouble by not getting into
trouble. O.L. Baker. 2t
Pure-blood Andalnsiaa chicken eggs
for hatching non-setters. Call on or
address Mrs. Otta Hammer, 7 miles
east of Silver Creek, Nebr. 4t-pd
For the remainder of this year we
can furnish The Columbus Weekly
Joubnal and the Lincola Semi-Weekly
tjv taaisnM anMBasi apnsrv
I Joarnal for tL40
-Kit Gomli el
solo in the Episcopal ohnroh
We are triauaiag a special liaeof
sumcnerhaU. Call aad as tmasm. Mrs.
-4A 16x90 picture fraaM, 6 in. wide,
same as peddlers sell at $50, we seU for
$1. Herrick. 4t
Charles A. Brindley aad O., a Shan
non have bean drawn as jurors tor the
United Stats district eomrt "
Will & Jay is perfecting arrange
ments to aapply readers of the Liaeola
Journal with the earliest daily ia the
Weather permitting, the Colnmbas
City band will give their first open-air
concert at Frankfort square this Wed
Baptist church, J. D. Paha, pastor.
Services May 20th, 11 a. ax, 8 p. m.
Morning "Lost Power." Evening
The Platte river was well out of ita
banks at Fremont last weak, covering
the road at either side of the bridge for
a considerable distance.
The Commercial National bank
bought the Abts barn Monday at sher
iff's sale; $2,700; the saloon at $3,006.
They held the second claim.
Dr. Neumann can serve yoa in any
thing that is known to the dental pro
fession. Aluminum plates, gold pistes,
crown and bridge work, eta, etc.
Onr refrigerators will consume less
ice and do better service than asythiag
else in the market Call and see them,
and you will be convinced. Herrick. 2t
Dr. Terry, the eminent eye expert,
will be at my store May 23, 24, 25 and 26.
Consult him about your eyes. Consnl
tatonfree. A. Brodfuehrer, jeweler.- 1
The ladies of the United Brethren
church will hold an ice cream social at
Wm. Lohr's residence Thursday even
ing. All invited. Ice cream, 10 cents.
About fifty friends of Fred. Stenger
surprised him at his home Saturday
evening, the occasion being a farewell
party to him before starting for Europe.
Snpt Williams, R. S. Dickinson and
R. E. Jones are putting down new pave
mentsthe Avery brick from this side
of Omaha, at their respective residences.
Rudolph Hummer started Monday
to takedown for shipment to Red Cloud,
Nebraska, the grist-mill so many years
in operation at Clear Creek, Polk county.
For rent, a dwelling house, near
depot, in good repair, five rooms, pos
session given at once. For further par
ticulars inquire at The Joubnal office.
Prof. Stevens, principal of the Bell
wood schools, and his wife, an assistant,
have resigned. Mrs. Stevens (neeVira
Morse) was one of the Columbus
K. E. Belgum of Shell Creek,
brought his wife to town Wednesday
and she went to Columbus to receive
medical treatment at the hospital. Al
A few more of the Failor stock of
thoroughbred bulls and heifers left and
for sale at C. K. Davies place. Address
Silver Creek post-office, or better, call
We carry the most complete sample
line of Carpets, Linoleums and Mattings
in the city. Our patterns are the latest
and prices the lowest The Fair, Elev
enth street 2t r
Snnday night next the subject of
Rev. Yost's sermon will be The Lost
Ten Tribes of Israel." His object will
be to show that the Americans are of
the lost tribes.
One of our subscribers thinks he
was visited by a lightning-rod sharper
the other day, bnt as he didn't accept a
proposition to rod his house no special
harm was done.
C. S. Parker has been spending a
few days at home, Fnllerton; he has a
job on the transport Sheridan. The
boys in Manila are in good health. He
leaves this week.
The Orpheus society gave a farewell
surprise party to Gns. Plath in their
hall Saturday evening. Mr. Plath
started for New Jersey Saturday, where
he expects to remain.
Friends of Mrs. C. McAfee (nee
Chattie Rice) of Colorado Springs, Coh,
will be interested to hear that ahe is
rejoicing over the arrival of a son, born
April 22d, their first child.
The German Reform Luther con
ference with sixteen visiting ministers
waa in session from Thursday night till
last Sunday night, at Rer. Miller's
church this side of Shell creek.
The literary department of the Wo
man's club will meet at the home of
Mrs. Gietzen Saturday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Roll call, current literature.
All members are requested to attend.
The residence property of Dr. and
Mrs. Heintz is one of the very finest in
all the city. The finishing touches are
being put upon it now, and it certainly
presents a very handsome appearance.
A letter received from Mrs. E. H.
Andrews (nee Mazie Elliott) of Lead
ville, Colo., says she and her husband
will be absent from home daring the
summer traveling on account of her
Mr. Westbrook, .the old soldier of
St Edward, was shaking-hands with old
friends Monday. Whenever a man ia
old enough to have boys big enough for
past soldiers, he is getting pretty well
up in years.
Ssmnel Watson, a 12-year-old boy
at Albion, was severely injured Friday
evening, while riding a cow from pas
ture. He had the rope tied round his
body. In some manner he was thrown
On Friday last, by J. M. Curtis,
Justice of the Peace, at the residence of
the groom's father, William Knatssl
man and Miss Effie Witekey. The
Joubnal extends congratulations to the
Dr. J. K. Cross, who ia alleged to
have forged a $300 cheek atWheaton,
HL,was arrested by 8herisT Ash Mon
day night at the home of his father
about six miles southwest of Palmer.
Central City Nonpareil.
Rheumatism is conceded to have ita
origin in a poisoned eoaditioa of the
blood, and to be most successfully trest
ed by HEBBINE, which acts upon the
liver, kidaeyB sad other blood purifying
organs, thereby ilivastiag the system of
the offending stents. Prise, 60 esats.
A. Hsiatz and Poflook k Co.
Ommwtwi 1st 1ml.
I have a lot of frat-ntossasoaed cord
wood which 1 will deliver any place ia
the city at $&80 per cord.
lemaySt C. A. Speice.
Two stringers and twelve ties of the
first bridge west of the Loup were'
Mrs. Sarah Snell is in the city, com
ing down from Norfolk. Her daughter,
Mary, was married some time ago, aad
is living ia Wisconsin. She is still a
teacher of music aad will be here a week
John Brown, a young Schuyler boy
while cutting cornstalks with a machine
west of town Saturday was thrown for
ward under the cutter, and tightly
wedged in and bruised. His recovery is
Arnold Conn, one of the partners of
John Flynn, died at his home, in Chica
go, Wednesday of last week. Mr. P. J.
Hart left Thursday, accompanying Mr.
Flynn of South Omaha to Chicago .to
attend the f uneraL
Mrs. Charles Miller and youngest
child of Preecott, Arizona, will be here
in a few weeks to spend the summer.
Mrs. Miller comes to take care of her
mother, Mrs. W. W. Rice, who is an in
valid from rheumatism.
Charles T. Miner is erecting a
dwelling-house between Fitzpatrick's
and Bushell's, 16x28, with a lean-to
14x22, a porch, one and a half stories
high. It hss been rented to F. A. An
derson, possession given July 1st
Arnold Oehlrich is figuring on build
ing a stairway to the second story and
basement of his store building occupied
by Eimers Bros, on Thirteenth street
The added room will be utilized to in
crease the stock already carried for their
"Jim" Frazier, the veteran stock
dealer, made a big purchase of
cattle last week of William Brown, living
near Genoa, being nine car loads, for
which he paid Mr. Brown the snug sum
of $9,994. The cattle were on the South
Omaha market Wednesday last
A farewell party was given William
Bucher and daughter Pauline and Au
gust Boettcher by the Maennerchor
society at their hall Sunday evening.
The Buchers left Mondsy for a trip to
Europe, and Fred Stenger and August
Boettcher follow them Thursday.
A California man announces an in
vention that promises to revolutionize
everything in the way of ice-making.
The chemical compound is secret, the
contrivance about as big as an ordinary
valise, and can be utilized to cool water,
or moderate the heat of buildings.
Mrs. Apperson, Tecumseh, president
of the N. F. W. O, will address the Co
lumbus Woman's club at the home of
Mrs. A. M. Post Friday afternoon, May
18th, at 3 o'clock. An informal recep
tion will follow the program. All mem
bers especially invited to be present
Cyclists should always carry a bottle
of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT, in
case of accident if applied immediately,
it will subdue the pain, prevent swelling
and discoloration, and quickly heal the
wounds. Price, 25 and 50 cents. A.
Heintz and Pollock & Co.
You do not help, to
Eay high rents if you
uy Dry Goods at the
White Front Dry Goods
Store. Follow the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson of St
Edward found a little girl baby wrapped
up on their door-step, last Saturday
week. In its dress was found $25 se
curely sewed in. Mr. and Mrs. Patter
son have been married twenty years, but
this is the first child that came to their
Our eastern contingent in the print
ing business recently struck a plant
which forms an adjunct to the typo
graphic business, being no less than the
raising of calves, hens and pigs, thus
finding employment and profit too, for
stranded printers.' The farm is at Bound
Brook, N. J.
The Telegram now hopes that the
committee appointed at the last council
meeting to confer with the railroad of
ficials will be successful in convincing
the railroad company that mutual in
terests demand that their new freight
depot be located further east than M
street or west of P street
The Omaha Bee's .Washington cor
respondent says, under date of Thurs
dsy, that Senator Thurston had an in
terview with President MoKinley in be
half of Judge Post, and said that the
president spoke very encouragingly of
being able to provide a place for Mr.
Post in Porto Rico or Alaska.
The Fnllerton News says: "Clark
Coonoy of the Loup valley is very low.
Mr. Coonoy has been an invalid since
last fall. Since then he has gradually
grown worse. We hope for his speedy
recovery." Mr. Coonoy is an old settler
in this section and his many friends will
be pained to learn of hie illness.
George Turner writes that William
Root former Columbus boy, is very
nicely fixed in New York City, and has
a big hotel and restaurant business.
The route of the Wild West Show is
Philadelphia, May. 14-19; Harrisburg,
Pa., 21; Lancaster, 22; Wilmington, Del.,
23; Trenton, N. J., 24; Newark, 25; Pat
When the liver fails to secrete bile,
the blood becomes loaded with bilious
properties, the digestion becomes im
paired and the bowels constipated.
HEBBINE has a direct action on the
liver and excretory organs, and a few
doses wOl cure any case of biliousness.
Price, 50 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock
A telegram was received at Osceola
Friday announcing that Christian Graus-
aicklanse had died that morning at El
Reno, Oklshoma, and that the remains
would be brought to Osceola for burial.
He came here from Switzerland in 1872,
aad was one of the largest land and
cattle owners in the country. Funeral
Piles are not only most painful, but
also very dangerous, aa the inflamed
nodales are very apt to take on malig
nant action and cancer of the rectum is
produced. They should be cured. TA
BLEB'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT
MENT will care the most obstinate
oases. Price, SOeenta in bottles. Tubes,
75 cents. A.HeiaU aad Pollock A Co,
mm rat 11x1.
, Any one wishing to buy the 110
known aa the Monroe land, in section 95,
town 17 nerth, range 1 west, leave bid
for same wjthO.L. Baker. Mr. Monroe
is expected-here 'about the middle of
( OMAHA PRICES.
Fitzpatrick will give
you goods at Omaha
prices. Follow the
crowd and see.
-rChiklren who are weak, fretful or
troublesome should be given a few doss
of WHITE'S GREAM VERMIFUGE
They will then become strong, healthy
and active, have rosy cheeks, bright eyes,
will be happy and laughing all the day
long. Price, 25 cents. A. Heintz and
Pollock A Co.
, Dont despair because you have a
weak constitution. The vitalizing prin
ciple of HERBINE will assuredly
strengthen it In every drop of HER
BINE there is life. There is a stimu
lating, regenerating power, nnequaled in
the whole range of medicinal prepara
tions. Price 50 cents. A. Heintz and
Pollock A Co.
I consider myself particularly for
tunate in securing snob an eminent
specialist as Dr. Terry to do my optical
work, and trust my many friends will
avail themselves of this most excellent
opportunity of having their eyes ex
amined and fitted .to glasses if required.
Dr. $erry will be at my store May 23,
24, 25 and 26. A. Brodfuehrer, jeweler.l
Olie Britell visited his brother, Prof.
I. H. Britell, Friday, on his way home to
St Edward, from Lincoln, where he has
completed the scientific course in the
State University. Olie stands very high
in his clsss and is an honor to the Co
lumbus High school, of which he is a
graduate. He will go to Chicago this
fall to take a medical course in the Rush
Work began Monday on the brick
wall of the Phillipps-Engel buildings,
north of the Union Pacific passenger
depot James Fauble doing the brick
work, C. J. Scott contractor. The Phil
lipps building is to' be 22x75; the Eogel
22x60 12-inch walls, basement 6 feet
high. Carl Rohde is to rent the Phil
lipps building, and Mr. Bushman, the
Mrs. B. E. Eberly of Colfax 'county
took her little daughter Pearl to Oog,
Clay county, to have the advantage of a
mad stone. It was found at night and
treated twice. It was then placed in
some fresh milk which was heated, and
it gave the milk a dark bluish cast The
child remained asleep during the entire
treatment not even waking when the
doctor made an incision.
Dr. Yoss, homeopathic doctor of Co
lumbus, came up recently in response to
a call from C. L. Ried, and performed
an operation on Mr. Ried's son Cyrus,
who was suffering from an abscess which
had formed between the lung and the
chest wall. About a quart of pus was
removed. The doctor made a later trip
and reported the boy doing nicely. So
says the Silver Creek Times.
Mrs. Dan Welty was struck by a
train and seriously injured last Thurs
day at Meadow Grove. She was going
to the depot and as she was holding her
hat on did not- notice how close the
train was. She was struck when about
in the middle of the track and hurled
twenty feet away. Five ribs were
broken and there were many bruises and
wounds. It is reported that she will
recover. Madison Chronicle.
Fred. Williams, son of Prof. Wil
liams, Olie Britell and Miss Hullhorst
are graduates of the State University
this year. Fred. Williams and Olie
Britell completed the Columbus High
school course before entering the Uni
versity. Miss Hullhorst is daughter of
Dr. Hullhorst of Lincoln, a former
pastor of the German Reformed church
of this city and was born here. Dip
lomas will be issued in June.
The Central' Nebraska Bankers'
association concluded their two days'
session here. .Tuesday and Wednesday
last with a banquet at the Meridian.
F. Folda, of Schuyler, presided as toast
master. The following officers were
elected: President F. F. Folds, Schuy
ler; vice-president, A. Anderson, Co
lumbus; secretary, P. E. McKillip, Hum
phrey; treasurer, Thomas Wolfe, David
At the University of Nebraska a
tabulation of the churches represented
among 2,005 students was made recently.
There were found 155 Baptists, 60 Cath
olics, 220 Congregationalists, 102 Episco
palians, 70 Lutherans, 458 Methodists,
302 Presbyterians, and smaller numbers
representing other denominations. -Two
hundred and fifty gave no information
regarding their church relationship and
seventy were not adherents to any
A letter from C. K. Davies of Silver
Creek, one of the best stock raisers in
this section of the country, says: "I
haye fifty-three acres of winter wheat
part of it knee-high; all small grain is
looking good. H. T. Treat of Hillsdale
county, Michigan, father of Mrs. M.
Lickly, is in Silver Creek visiting, bring
ing a daughter and son to live with
Mrs. Lickly. Mr. Treat says Nebraska
is much ahead of Michigan in the
growth of crops.
The second number of the Reflec
tor, the high school paper, is on our
deekv There are some interesting items
in regard to the schools. The treasurer
of the lecture course, Charles Blosdorn,
gives his report of the season's enter
tainments, with a net gain of $57.97 to
be used for books in the school library.
The names of the books, numbering 106
volumes, are listed in the paper. A neat
piece of poetry is given from the pen of
one of the editors, "Petre Dephey," en
titled "To Our Umbrella."
We notice an item "for improving
public . squares" $350; "for public
library" $300. For the last-named we
suppose that the persistency of the
ladies' club of the city is the cause of
the appropriation. It is worthy of all
commendation, and should be used to
the fall limit As for improving the
public squares this year, it would look
as if the park in the eastern part of the
city is now about to receive some at
tention. Frankfort square has had ita
improvements, and ita monument now
let it rest a little, while the other
1 r WlaUiSSI IHiraTHfaTi
Major nHKam was ia Liaeola Thura
MnLPoesohof Ossaha visited her
William here last weak.
Caftaim Gegaer of Medina visited
Captain Jen a few. day ago.
rraakSsssm ssade a trip to Omaha
Saturday, on aa extra eagiae.
Earl Pearsell of Omaha, visited psr
eaU here the first of the week.
Mrs. Terry of Ossaha ia visiting her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Martya.
Attorney J. O. Seeder was at Kearney
Thursday last oa legal business.
Mrs-CWve and daaghter Miss Aaaa,
visited Mss. Frank Eiaters over Saaday.
Dr. Naaaaaan went to the state steel
ing of the dental assooiatioa this Tues
day. Missss Lulu aad Anns Brodfuehrer
were si Theo. Week's the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. Joaes Welch go to Camp
bell, Franklin county, this Taeedey, to
Campbell of Norfolk, a teacher
in our schools last year, visited friend
Mr. sad Mrs. Sumption of Salioa,
Kan., visited their daughter, Mrs. Wm.
Benham last week.
Robt McKse and wife of Fnllerton,
came down Friday for a few daya' visit
with relatives and frieade.
Mrs. Roy Rhone of Kearney, came up
Thursday from Liaeola to visit her
sister, Mm, F. W. Farrand.
Mis Clara Brown of Cedar Rapid,
was in the city Monday, on her way to
Humphrey, to visit her brother, E. O.
Mr. aad Mrs. Gay CL Barnum retarned
Sunday from the west, where they have
been sojourning since their marriage.
We believe it was about a year ago when
Mr. Barnum went to California.
Tmm Cebjahms Cmtribmtim.
Notwithstanding the sultry heat of
Sunday evening, a goodly number of
citizen attended the meeting at the
opera house, called for solioitiag aid to
the India fsmiae safeteis.
Snpt Wiibame called the meeting to
order, and Rev. Dr. Pubs opeaed with
prayer. Appropriate hymna were swag
by the choir. Rer. Yost read the scrip
ture lesson. Mayor Held read the gov
ernor's proclamation, calling for help
Snpt Williame then stated the object
of the meeting in a few word, and after
music by the choir, W. N. Heneley spoke
of the work that ia being done for the
sufferer. Rer. Nenmarker made re
marks in German.
After two piece by the Colnmbu
City band, G. L. Hoaford explained the
object of the meeting more at length.
Sixty million of people are starving for
help. The government is furnishing
ships free to carry provisions, and very
much is being done.
Contributions are beiag given, from
10 cento to $25.
About $150 has thus far been sub
scribed here, and the subscription list
can be found at the Commercial Na
tional bank, money to be handed to
Jonas Welch, or, in hi absence, to Mr.
Chss. Stillman, vice-president of the
board of pharmacists, informs a that
Louie Schreiber, at the examination
held in Lincoln the 9th, passed a flatter
ing examination. He stood ahead of
any in the clsss of thirty-five applicants
in chemistry, the most difficult stady.
The board will meet ia Colnmbu in
August to hold a similar examination,
when about fifty persons will be present
The board consists of Henry Geering,
Plattsmouth, president; Niels Hanson,
Kearney, vice-president; C. L. Stillman,
Columbus, vice-president; Henry Berth,
Lincoln, secretary; J. H. Schmidt
Omaha, treasurer. The board is or
ganized to enforce the pharmacy lawa
and hold examination for new admis
sions. About 35 druggist Tiave been
brought before the board in the past
sixty days for violations of vsrious kind,
and this is aot an unusual number.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thrash cele
brated the fiftieth anniversary of their
wedding Saturday week. Thirteen
grandchildren were present George
Thrush presented an elegant cane to his
father and a ring to hi mother, the
happy bridegroom of 50 year respond
ing A man employed in the U. P.
grading gang near Richland, who had
been eicV for three or four daya was
pronounced to have small-pox by Dr.
Yoss of Columbus, who was called to
see him Tassday. He was slsepiag in a
tent with four others, all of whom have
doubtless been exposed to the dread
contagion. The sick man was left in the
tent and a nurse from Columbus is car
ing for him. The other men have been
placed in another tent and are beiag
keptieolsted from the balance of the
workmen. It ia hoped that by proper
precaution the disease can lie confined
to at least the four ssea exposed.
The Methodist have their troubles
rang with the rest Delegate Tindall
of Nebraska is a believer ia the devout
Imeeling form in prayer, aad sought last
Wednesday at the general eoafereaee to
correct the tendency of the latter-day
Metbodieteu departing from the ancient
custom by introdaeing a rssotatioa em-
phssising the direction ia the disci-
pliae. Oa city miaiatsr said: -We
would have to lebaild ear ehmiehea.
Psw specs is too contracted to permit of
kneeling." The Nebraska preacher
to urge the adoptioa of 'hia views, bat
the coalsreace dsmsansa1 a vote, aad
the more easy leaaiag of the body
toward the back of the pew in front
choicely bred; a few well-bred sows lsft
for sale. Oallsoea. aUDAvrns,
tf : Silver Creek, Nebr.
wm mm frasm Limeohi
wsaia Cedar Baaidaa
Dr. J. WILL
? Columbian Optical C6
211, Srath Sixtecatk
Des Moines, la.; Kansas
salt Iialte City, Utah.
tsrWlll fee mt A. Broifmefcrer's Jewelry Store May SS. 24.
S5,2l Cras.lt the elector atom yr eyes. CONSULTATION
am EXAMINATION FREE !
You're a Wise Man
One reason for saying which is that your experience proves to
yoa that we sell you excellent goods at lowest prices, sad desire
No better goods in their line anywhere in the city. A new line of
Wash Good and Ladies' Summer Underwear, complete in every
particular. We not only aim to please, but do please. Groceries
always or tne best on nand.
HAVE YOU SEEN
The New Material Called -. w
It is taking the place of silk in many
ways. It is not silk, hut looks very
much like it, and wears better.
Ask to see it, in Underwear, Stock
ings, Skirts, Umbrellas, etc. Tou will
be surprised to see the close resem
blance to silk, in all, except the price.
We are closing out a line of Ladies'
Fine Shoes that will interest you if
you can get your size.
The next Sewing Machine we give
away on May 15. Ask for tickets
with your purchase.
P. S. LAMB & CO.
hasnt located all the desirable property
we've some choice bite on our books for
sale at prioes that appeal to the people of
common eenee. The properties are located
in fertile sections, well watered and drain
ed, handy to market and shipping points
aad at our prices and terms are decided
, JAEGGI & CO.,
Harry and Lawrence Hobl visited in
The Juniors took a final examination
in botany lest Thursday.
Miss May King of Fnllerton, formerly
a member of the Tenth grade, is visiting
Mis Emily Bsgats.
MissiT Helen Jerome and Ruby Rickly
of the class of W, who have been teach
ing district schools, visited the High
Sapt O'Connor of the Norfolk schools
accompanied by Mies Tannahill also of
Norfolk visited the High school lsst
Thursday. Mis Tannahill was on her
way to aa oratorical contest in the west
era part of the state.
Mis Pauline Bucher of the Junior
jade left at 1 o'clock Monday for the
Pari ExaoaitsbB. Several members of
the Jaaior grade aad other frieade ac-
leompaaied her to the train. She will be
j m iwr w m r
rail ins mm
lVftfacedoy, Tanriawf, JWslay
Street, OMAHA, NEB.,
fABLlSUD IN i
City, Ma; Denver, Colo.;
indicates activity and recreation. That
hits 118. because we drive things to supply
other drivers with vehicles. Our carriages
would be singled out in a procession by
their happy union of strength and style.
Whatever bears onr name will do the owner
veteran service. One of our dashing turn
outs ia a prize which anyone might covet.
Also keep a full line of Farm Implements
and are agent for the Jones Lever Binder,
simplest, strongest, easiest running Binder
home again on or before Sept. 1st.
A picnic perpetrated by some mem
bers of the Tenth grade was held st
Gottberg's grove last Saturday. Those
present were: Misses Ruby Young,Grace
Hoffman, Clara Segelke, Delia Newman,
Lillie Ernst and Ruby Hensley; and
Messrs. Jack Hooper, Wm. Hensley,Geo.
A. Scott, A. D. Becker, Alpha Heintz
and Earl Galley. - A most enjoyable
time is reported.
The school board have organized by
electing J. H. Galley, president; G. A.
Scott, vice-president; H. Hockenberger,
secretary. Committee on schools, etc.,
Messrs. Brugger, Reeder, Hockenberger.
Supplies, Galley, Davie, Brugger. Build
ings and grounds, Scott, Davis, Galley.
Claims and finance, Hockenberger,
Reeder, Brugger. Library, Reeder,
Bring us your orders for job-work.
They will receive prompt and careful
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