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REMEMIER that we are sole agents for CHASE k SANBORN'S
celebrated COFFEES and TEAS.
&-A full line of GROCERIES, CROCKERY, QUEENSWARE
and GLASSWARE always kept in stock.
: I HULST fc ADAMS, I
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;V Telephone 36. COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA. 1
Used to Have
To Do This
But yon don't have
to any more when you
want ice cream.
Columbia, Victor and
K Mitchell and Old Hickory wagons;
Rock Island plows and cultivators;
Rock Island cornplanters;
Little Engine, the new lister,
where the operator can see the corn drop while planting;
Jones' Lever binders;
Jones' Chain mowers;
Jones' Self-dump hay rakes;
Jones' Hand-dump hay rakes;
Walter A. Wood's mowers;
Woodmanse and Aermotor windmills;
Jack-of-all-Trades gasoline engines;
and all other machinery needed on the farm. Call
and see for Yourself. We wish .rour trade.
Foundation laid from some of
and Nebraska. The Crnickshank
Levi the Great, 159284,
By Grand Victor 1 15752,
at head of herd. This bull weighed 1100 pounds at thirteen and
half months old.
t" Five young bulls of the very finest breeding for sale, in
spection or correspondence solicited. Farm, two miles east of
and even vigorous appetites are
unpaired by the depressing
heat, thoee little delicacies and
food preparations offered in
our unequalled collection of
cbc4ce groceries BMet the emer
gency moat adaurably. Hap
pily these disooreries in satis
faction require little or no
cooking, and can be served di
rectly from the can or package.
We secure all the new things
as fast as brought out, always
leading, never following.
Ice Cream Freezers !
All you have to do is to turn the
cream into the freezer and the ice and
salt will do the rest. The cream"
freezes solid while it stands still. It
makes the most delicious cream that
can he made in any freezer with equal
materials. It freezes the cream so
hard that 'it can he put on the table
for slicing. It has no. crank to turn,
and will freeze ice cream, sherberts,
ices, etc, better, cheaper, and easier
than any other good freezer on the
market. But you needn't take our
word for it but call at thfr store
Thursday and Friday and sample
Prices of Freezers, $1 .50
$1.75 and $2.00.
Gray Mercantile Go.
the best herds of Iowa) Missouri J
BOOT. C. ANDERSON.
FOR ALL KINDS
WEDNK8DAT. JULY M.
Hackle oa the woriot alidasM, Mft yoar voicei
For the wMkther will be eoloar ay sad ar;
Do not telter bat "cet batr" at aMSt aar aaetel
For Um weather will to eelder by aai by.
Mielenz for bast photos.
Dr. Naamana, death, Thiit ath
Blank farm li
for sate at Tax
Jovksax, osaca. tf
Miss Louisa Schraat has been siok
for aereral daya past.
Dr. Baker, physician and surgeon,
oSoe Olive street. tf
The Gluck buildings will take some
thing like 200,000 brick.
Brine; ns your job work. We will
endeavor to please, yon.
Mrs. Henry Lubker is recovering;
from a severe spell of sickness.
C. H. Davis is one of the busiest
men in the town these hot daya.
Dr.CLH. Gietzen, dentist, in Bar
ber blookThirteenth street. Im
Drs. Martyn, Evans Gear,oflee
three doors north of Friedbofs store, tf
The sprinklers have bean busier the
past week than they were July Fourth.
Chicago Inter Ocean and Columbus
Joubhax one year, in advance $1.75. tf
For fine watch repairing, call on
Carl Froemel, 11th St, Columbus, Neb.
Do not fail to see oar 8-foot galvan
ized steel mill for $32.00. A. Dassell k
Who is there in or near Columbus
that will undertake to sell buttermilk
Ole Steinbangh of Council Bluffs
was in the city last week on business for
The W. C. T. U. will meet at 3
o'clock Friday afternoon in the Congre
Dr. McKean's method of making
aluminum plates places them on an
equality with gold.
The band will postpone the Wed
nesday evening concert 'till Friday
evening of this week.
The latest styles in millinery are
shown in the August Designer, now for
sale by J. H. Galley.
The weather is not too hot for
bowling because of the electric fan in
operation, at Hegel's, tf
H. . Scripture of 8tanton county
was in the city Saturday evening, return
ing home Sunday morning.
The Methodist Sunday school will
have their annual picnic in Stevens'
grove Thursday of next week.
At the farm north of the city Craig
Turner's crop of winter wheat threshed
out thirty-four bushels to the acre.
Dr. J. E. Paul, dentist, southeast
corner Olive and Thirteenth streets,
Rooms 1 and 2, Niewohner block, tf
"Life, as we call it, is nothing but
the edge of the boundless ocean of exist
ence where it comes upon soundings."
Nearly every man you meet gives
evidence of how difficult a thing it is to
think of any thing else but the weather.
The Herman Oehlrich brick business
building will be completed September 1,
thirty days before the date contracted
A clear saving on trimmed hats,
sailors, leghorns, handkerchiefs, corsets,
stockings or underwear, at J. C. Fill
Summer Goods, wrappers,
etc. Bargains, Great Bargaina at E. D.
Fitzpatrick's the White Front dry goods
Wm. Schilz makes boots and shoes
in the best styles, and uses only the very
best stock that can be procured in the
Dr. Terry, the eminent eye-sight
specialist of Omaha, at A. Brodf uehrer's
store Friday and Saturday, August 2d
Have your eyes examined free by
the expert optician. Dr. Terry of Omaha,
at A. Brodfuebrer's store, August 2d
There was no preaching in the Con
gregational church Sunday morning on
account of Rev. Munro suffering from a
Benj. Davis of Plattamouth, a former
Columbus lad, was one of the delegates
to the recent Christian Endeavor conven
tion at Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Omaha Bee of Saturday reports
receipts of hay four cars. Prices, choice
upland $10.50; No. 2 upland $9.50; me
dium $9; coarse $8; rye straw S&50.
Fob Sale 200 acres of good farm
land, north of Genoa, in Platte county,
for sale at a reasonable price. Call on
Becher, Hockenberger and Chambers.
Dr. J. E. Paul of whom mention was
made in last week's issue, has rented
rooms above Niewohner's store, where
he will open his dental parlors in a few
Wm. Lisco came down Tuesday of
last-week, starting home to Lodge Pole
in the evening with bia wife and daugh
ter, who had been visiting relatives here
for some time.
The editor of theCreston Statesman
does well to advocate, strongly and per
sistently, better protection against ires,
and uses the February disasters aa illus
trating the need.
The first of two games of base ball
between Columbus and Spriagteld was
played Monday, resulting in favor of
Columbus, 8 to 7. The second is in
progress as we go to press.
Save all the etraw in good condition.
One farmer estimates that his oats, cat
and fed the same aa hay, will prove aa
valuable to him aa the ordinary yield of
that grain in the ordinary season.
H. J. Gildersleeve waa here Friday
in the interest of the Hageaow bead.
They are making engagssnents between
Lincoln and the Black Hilto country,
but concluded not to book Colustbas.
Buffalo Bill's Wild Wast will exhibit
at Sioux City Monday Aug. 5, and at
CJoancilBlafTs Tuesday Aug. 6. This is
their western limit for thie season, aa
they then head for the Buffalo exposition.
Mike Ebel says that a man living
three miles south of Bellwood had the
wheat from ten acres destroyed by fire,
caused by carelessness in dssaiag out
the engine used in threahiag. The
in the Ire.
Dr. L. CL Yens, Homeopathic physi
oiaa. Columbus, Neb. '
Go to Hegel's bowling-alley for the
best of amusement combined with sci
Bowling is a healthful amusement,
an agreeable pastime. See the sport at
Bagel's Bowling alley.
Ton can buy blank farm leases at
Tax Jockxazi office, good form, two for
5 cents; five for 10 cents.
Born. July 13, to Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Godkin, twelve mites northwest of
Platte Center, a son and a daughter.
. Envelopes with your return card
printed on them, for GO cents a aingte
hundred; for larger quantities, and dif
ferent grades, call at Thk Joubkaii
oamoe for prices.
An ice cream social will be given by
the ladies of the German-Evangelical
church, at the home of Louis Held,
Thursday evening, July 25. Ice cream
and cake 10 cents.
Uncle Sam employe thousands of
women. These feminine workers are de
scribed by Wsldon Fawcett in the
August number of The Designer. For
sale by J. H. Galley.
Hugh Compton took the rnn of the
Norfolk passenger train Friday last He
says that the corn looks well along the
route, and if rain comes in a few daya
there will yet be a fair crop.
Will Andrews is on his back at the
residence of his parents northeast of
Bellwood with a very severe attack of
smallpox. Dr. Martyn of Columbus, has
charge of him. Bellwood Gazette.
A Kentucky Love Story by Henry
Cleveland Wood appears in the August
Designer. It will run through three or
four numbers. Be sure to get the first
installment Purchase of J. H. Galley.
Gen. A. J. Sampson, TJ. 8. minister
to Ecuador, and well known to many
Joubkai readers, recently arrived at his
boyhood home in Harrison county, Ohio,
and is visiting among old friends there.
D. W. Ziegler has been advanced to
a better position with the Rex Bemedy
company, and will hereafter make Fre
mont his headquarters. His family will
remain in Monroe, says the Republican.
Business men who lack the vim,
snap and vigor they once had, should
use HERBINE, it will purify the blood,
strengthen and invigorate the system.
Price SO cents. A. Heintz and Pollock k
Rev. King of St Edward and Rev.
Stambaugh of Silver. Creek will bring
delegations to the lecture Friday even
ing of Bishop McCabe. Rev. Yost of
Schuyler expects to bring a crowd from
An auto-mower run by a gasoline
engine is among the latest inventions
tested to satisfaction. Twenty-nine
acres of grass, in nine hours, with a
sickle five feet long, six gallons of
The cool calculation, the steady
hand and the clear sight necessary to
throw well, are all conducive to keeping
cool. Visit Hagel's Bowling alley and
know for yourself what a cool pleasant
pastime the game is. 1
Miss Vera L. Kramer won the
Omaha Bee'a first of twelve vacation
prizes, her vote being 16884. Her near
est competitor was Anna Guhl of Grand
Island, 94,889; the next,Lydia Harrison,
Nebraska City, 84,472.
The Creston Statesman says that
July 13, being the fifteenth anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Iversen's wedding
day, a number of their neighbors gath
ered in on them in the evening and gave
them quite a surprise.
John Meyer enjoyed a few days' visit
from his nephew, Fred. Kipping of Cam
bridge, Henry county, Illinois, who
started Monday on his return home. He
says weather conditions are about the
same here as with them.
Jacob Tschudin of Loup township,
in the city Monday, said they have fin
ished harvesting and managed through
the heated term to keep moderately
cool by bathing three times a day in the
Loup a convenient bath tub.
George Fairchild was rewarded for
his time and patience at the Loup river
Sunday morning with a 3-pound cat fish
and the eight of the river rising and
driftwood floating down, as though there
had been a heavy rain far up stream.
Rev. Chas. A. Weed of the Episcopal
church, this city, says that the lecture of
Bishop (Chaplain) McCabe is an intense
ly graphic description of prison life dur
ing our Civil War, and he sincerely
trusts that he may be greeted by a large
L. J. Blowers of David City was in
the city Sunday returning home from
the TransmissiBBippi Commercial con
gress at Cripple Creek, Colo to which
he was a delegate. He reports a very
interesting session and a pleasant time
J. 8. Freeman has had a letter from
F. A. Coleman at Mason, Michigan, in
which he says, under date of July 10,
that all the lowlands there were flooded,
water stood on it three days. He, indi
vidually, lost pretty much all the garden
stuff he had, except a little on a high
At Vinton street park, Omaha, Sun
day, in presence of 300 people the Co
lumbaa nine played against the Origi
nals of Omaha, what must have been an
interesting game to all concerned.
Score by innings:
Columbus 03 0000 2 00 1-6
Originals 0 000110210-5
P. E. McKiUip and Miss A. Lugene
Hate, both of Humphrey, were married
at St John's church, Omaha, Wednesday
wyiffling last at 6 o'clock and took the
morning train for Colorado, where they
will spend several weeks, after which
they will. return and make Humphrey
their future home. Humphrey Leader.
Mia. H. J. Tatum of Newport News,
Va, daughter of Mrs. A. F. Saffron of
this city died at her mother's home
Friday evening after a severe illness of
tan daya, her -health breaking down
about a year ago from stomach and kid
ney trouble. Mrs. Tatum was born in
Iowa in 1872. She leaves a husband and
one son, Lee, to mourn her loss. She
came here with her son about six weeks
ago. Funeral services were held Sun
day afternoon at the Baptist ohurob.
Rev! Roach conducting the service, after
which the body waa interred in the Co
lumbus cemetery. Mr. Tatum returned
to Virginia, Monday, and the son will
1 make his home with Mrs. Saffron,
Those who live on fams am
eially liable to many accidental cuts,
burns and bruises which heal rapidly
when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT
is applied. Prion 25 and 50 cents. A.
Heints and Pollock A Co.
Those who attended the Stat Fire
men's tournament at Fremont last week
report a "hot" time. York won in the
hose race; Kearney in the hook and lad
der race; Bead and Stafford of York in
the coupling race and M. Morrison of
Fremont in the chiefs men.
-No trouble to tell when Mike Ebel
is in town. His laugh is composed of
such atrong, vibrant tones that every
ear that hears at all is penetrated and
recognizes the heartiness back of the
laugh. There ia only one Mike Ebel in
our mental picture gallery.
M. C. Calto of the firm of Abts k
Calto attended the meeting last week at
Omaha of the wholesale grocers of Iowa
and Nebraska. He reports a good
attendance, but nothing special for pub
lication, simply a talk over trade matters
interesting to the fraternity.
Rev. W. B. Stambaugh, wife and son,
of Silver Creek stopped at the Clotber
House Wednesdsy last on their way
home from Herman, Nebraska, where
they had been visiting friends. They
were traveling in a carriage, and taking
their own time, evidently enjoying the
There ia no longer an excuse for
anyone to endure the torture inflicted
by piles when TABLErVS BUCKEYE
PILE OINTMENT will cure them, a
remedy so moderate in price and so
effeotive. Price 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes, 75 cents. A. Heintz and Pol
lock A Co.
John Jelden had a slight cut on"his
hand some months ago resulting in
blood poisoning which seemed to settle
in one of his legs. A surgical operation
was made and the bone found very
muoh decayed. He ia a member of the
A. O. U. W., and Ed. Rossiter was out
Monday to look after him.
Frank N. Stevenson was at home
Sunday from Omaha, where he ia en
gaged for the Iowa-Nebraska Creamery
company. Mr. W. K. Lay of this city
will be head book-keeper for the estab
lishment and ia putting in bia time now
in getting up forma for the books to be
used. He expects to move bis family to
Omaha September 1.
If the stomach, liver and bowels fail
to perform their functions regularly and
naturally, the blood becomes contami
nated with impurities, and the whole
system is consequence debilitated.
HERBINE ia remarkable for its efficacy
in curing the ailments of aummer, and
the disorders prevalent during hot
weather. Price 50 cents. A. Heintz
and Pollook k Co.
E. G. Brown and family of Hum
phrey were in town Wednesdsy and
Thursday. Mr. Brown took his two
oldest son's to Cedar Rapida while Mrs.
Brown went to Iowa for a few weeks'
visit Mr. Brown, together with Pete
Peterson of Humphrey, went to Okla
homa, where they will try their chance
of securing a piece of land.
The Butte Mining k Milling Co.,
represented by O. C. Shannon, own five
claims, 4,000 feet northwest from the
famous Keystone and Holy Terror, in
the Black Hills country. The specimens
which Mr. Shannon brought with him on
his last trip, specimens of ore assaying
$1.60 to $11.20 a ton. He has some won
derful stories to tell of that oountry.
Children often cry, not from pain,
but from hunger, although fed abund
antly. The trouble arises from inani
tion; their food is not assimilated, but
devoured, by worms. A few doses of
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE will
destroy the worms, when the ohildren
will begin to thrive at once. Price 25
cents. A. Heints and Pollook k Co.
C. A. Newman is a typical Nebraska
farmer these days, but, notwithstanding
his well-known carefulness, when he
came to a blacksmith the other dsy to
get one tire on his wagon Bet he found
that all needed it. While sitting in the
shop, waiting the work, he utilized the
time in greeting old friends, and telling
his experience as a farmer in Nebraska.
July 15, was "Donation Day," ac
cording to promise all receipts for
goods bought of ns on that day are good
for a like amount, if presented at our
store before Aug. 5tb. Look up your
receipts and bring them in, at once.
Incidentally, we have gathered up a lot
of odds and ends and remnants, and put
them on a bargain-table, to close out at
half price, now on sale. F. H. Lamb k
Frank T. Walker served as a dele
gate to the Transmississippi Commercial
convention held at Cripple Creek, Colo.,
and returned home Saturday. The pro
ceedings of the convention and an ac
count of the places visited in that re?
gion of country will appear in next
week's Jodbnal. Mr. Walker met the
Misses Sheehan and Miss Hoehen; Wm.
T. Walker and R. Brandt, both now
living at Cripple Creek.
C. K. Davies of Columbus, who
handles some of the finest cattle in the
country, waa in town Wednesday
Julius Ernst of Duncan and Will Ernst
of Columbus were up looking after their
stock in the big pasture north of town
Thursday.... Miss Cora Graves of Co
lumbus has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Frank Holdsn. Her father, W.V. Graves
came up Wednesday, and left for the
west Thursday. Silver Creek Times.
Spencer Bice and "Ide" Brindley
were ataoking rye for O. L. Baker on the
Sturgeon place and a hound, doubtless
to escape the extreme heat sought shel
ter in the shock that now generally goes
to form the nucleus of the stack. Some
how, the stacking went along without
the dog "appearing in evidence" until it
waa time to put hangers on, when a faint
whine waa heard, and the dog released,
after fifty-four hours of enforced con
finement The intense heat and dry weather
of the paat three weeks wss broken
about 1 o'clock Thursdsy morning with
a soaking rain. While but few places
were damaged, there waa a crying need
for moisture to the corn crop. It waa a
million dollar rain to Knox and Boyd
counties, and the smiling faces of farm
ers may be found on every band. Small
grain of all kinds is now ready for the
harvest Rye is a fine crop, spring
wheat ia fair, oats the best for years, po
tatoes somewhat shortened for lack of
moisture, and hay the iasst out for
years. Niobrara Pioneer, Jaly 19.
Very dainty and pretty
Patten Departaaeat to inspect
The clerks in charge of the department will be pleased to aid aay of our patrons in deciding
on best styles for women's wear.
Be sore to buy a copy of THE DESIGNEE at the pattern counter. It is only 10
eemts, but it gives a splendid survey of styles; and in addition contains very interesting general
information, without wntch a practical woman's home would be incomplete.
HERBINE clean the eomplexion,
gives buoyancy to the aaind, cares head
ache, regulates the atosaaeh aad bowels,
stimulates the liver, and ia, ia fact, a
DerfeetsTiardka of the health. Price 60
cent. A. Heiata and Pollock Co.
W km AmmiAmA to eostiaue aiviaa?
a handsome rug withevery carpet bought
from us, amounting to 115 or over. Ho
charae for Uviag carpet We will allow
yon a good price for your old carpet ia
exchange for a new one. We carry the
newest patterns of carpets aad linoleums
at all Ubms. Best plain window shades
complete at 25c. Sash curtain rods at
5o each. The Fair, Eleventh street
Genoa ia to lose her creamery owing
to the recent consolidation in northern
Nebraska. Manager Fagard informs the
Leader that they will shut down here
between August 15 and September 1;
and that the building and machinery
will be for aale. Mr. Fugard will be
transferred to Omaha where the' com
pany are putting up a large factory to
which point the cream will thereafter be
To. read a person's character from
his face ia an accomplishment which few
poor ossr but which many would like to
have. The study is an absorbingly in
teresting one, and has not only an en
tertaining, but a practical aide aa well
An article on the subject will shortly be
published in The Ladies' Home Journal,
giving careful details regarding the
traits of character indicated by the
different features of the face.
The fire alarm turned in this Tues
day forenoon called to James Corbett's,
one door north of the Methodist par
sonage. Miss Ida Cedar, a dressmaker
who lives with the family, was washing a
silk waist in gasoline in the same room
where a gasoline stove wss being used,
when the gasoline ignited, burning both
bands and anna quite badly. No further
damage was done. The fire wss extin
guished before the firemen reached the
About 4 o'clock Friday afternoon
the fire-alarm waa given and the depart
ment waa promptly on hand at the
premises of Budolph Oisin, a block east
of the Schroeder mill, where the barn
waa on fire, also a ahed adjoining be
longing to Walter Graves, both of which
were about need up. No insurance.
Loss about $150. It is said that the
fire started in a manure pile, and possi
bly may have been caused by boys play
ing with matohes.
It seems a little early for the gen
eral public to diseuss political matters
in a very lively way, but all can rest well
assured that the gentlemen who are in
the habit of looking out closely for offl
otal positions are now busily engaged
setting up the pins in the bowling alleys.
But, even after everything is arranged
seemingly sure, the public sometimes
takes such a hand in the game as to
defeat all schemes. Who wants the
nomination for ?
One of the most astonishing things
in the Platte valley, to new-comera from
the rock-ribbed countries, is the quick
and inexpensive well commonly provid
ed. A hole four feet square and four
feet deep easily dug in a few minutes;
the pump man completes the rest in an
hour or two, and your well serves you
for years at an expease of ten to fifteen
dollars, instead of ten timea that much,
aa ia expended in many places east
where nearly ever foot of the depth has
to be blown out by powder.
D. C. Kavanaugb was In the city
Saturday. Tan Joubxal reporter greet
ed him aa he was hurrying to dinner,
and does not know whether it waa busi
ness or politics that brought him to
town. Some people may be moved to
say that it ia nobody's business but his
own if "Kawy" ia "in politics." But in
this they are mistaken. If you tried to
stand up against hiss, and he would de
liver each blowa aa he formerly did
against his political opponents, you
would surely think it waa one body's
business to at least give attention to
what waa going on.
We assd to have a farmer in this
vicinity who stored his surplus corn in
cribs, using the golden ears aa a bank of
deposit from which he could draw when
prices suited him, or his own need re
quired, his neighbors were always able
to tell which. If prices were high, the
cribs were emptied. If prices were low.
only enough waa hauled off the plaee to
aupply the urgent nsetssitiss of life.
The follQwiag paragraph from the last
Central City Nonpareil reminds us of
our former neighbor: "The continued
dry weather easaed the farmers to be
gin unloading their hogs sa rapidly aa
possible the first of the week. Monday
was the liveliest day in the bog market
in Central City known for a number of
years. From daylight qntil about 10
o'clock a oontiaaona stream of teams
hauling hogs rolled into town. About
one hundred aad twenty wagon loada of
hogs were weighed Monday forenoon by
the two firma of buyers, Harris k Sutton
and Chris Benson. Considering the
rash on the loeal aaaricst the price held
ap well Monday, $SJ0 being the top.
lighter hoaa and less desirable staff
dropping down near the five cent
results can be obtained by those of our patrons who visit our Paper
Having disposed of Implement business I am now
prepared to give my entire attention to my Hardware
business. So I extend to you a cordial invitation to come
and look us over because everything I have is for your
Oar Refrigerators they say are the best in the
market. Try one and you will say so yourself. What
you will save in ice alone goes a long way toward the cost.
Our 5-MiHHte Wonder lee Cream Freezers
are ahead of any in town.
Why roast yourself over your hot cook stove when
you can get a OaSOllMe Stove at your own price? Call
and see them work.
We also sell Window Sereeas and Screen Doors
The Great American Ball-bearing Lawn
Mowers, nothing better.
Also on hand a fresh line of Masnry's Paints and
Varnishes, covers more space than paints on the
A complete line of Bnilders' Hardware. Briug
us your hardware bills, we will save you money.
Buy one of our $1.00 Whips and get a BUGGY
FREE. Only a few more left out of the 100 and some
one will get the buggy. We want it to go by the Fourth.
Special attention is called to our tin work. We have
a first-class tinner always on hand who gives general
Call and get our prices on goods.
Chinch bugs have begun to attack
the corn in some places and are the
source of considerable apprehension to
the farmers. We have had numerous
enquiries from farmers aa to how the in
oculated bus aent out by the state can
be procured. All that has to be done to
get the inoculated bugs is to collect
bugs in a can or tight box and forward
to the State Experimental Station at
Lincoln, being sure that your name and
address accompanies the box, and they
will send you by return mail the same
amount of inoculated bugs. This seems
to ha a vary effectual way of fighting the
chinch bug scourge. Central City Non
pareil. The fire department has arranged a
system for fire alarm which will ha of
convenience to the firemen aad value to
the patrons. A telephone haa been plac
ed in the waterworks plant and will be
No- 3. The districts will he divided east
and west by North street (east of the
post ofioe) and north and south by the
U. P. tracks. The seotion eaat and north
of the TJ. P. tracks and N street will be
known ss No. 1; north and west of this
will be No. 2; south and west. No. 3, nnd
south and eaat is No. 4. In case of fire,
telephone No. 3, and the whistle at the
waterworks will give the alarm to the
citv bv one lour whistle, vhioh will he
! followed by the aumbsr of tools for tfca
district the ire ia in-
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C. A. SPEICE.
THE EMINENT EYE SIGHT
SPECIALIST and Exrt Optician
of 1C07, 1C09, Douglas st Omaha,
will be at my store Friday and Sat
urday, Aug. 2 and 3. Two days
only. CouMilt the Doctor about your
Consultation and Examina
tion Frtt !
Chaplain McCato Caauaf.
Bishop Charles McCabe, on of the
most noted divines of this country, will
deliver his famous lecture "The Bright
Side of Libby Prison," ia the Columbaa
opera bouse, Friday eve, July 26th. A
saiall admission fee of 35 oenta will be
charged. It ia rarely that a aaull town
can asoura the services of this man,
though Urge sums are offered for bia
lecture. But the Bishop is gratuitously
giving a few daya of his busy life to the
needy churches of Nebraska. The
Methodist people are fortnaste ia get
ting this timely assistance. The people
of Columbus and vicinity should show
their appreciation ol this eminent man
and his famous lecture. The Bishop htui
been delivering this lecture in all part3
of the world for over twenty-five years;
yet he is ever changing the lecture by
allusions to recent events.- Byhisstnrdy
patriotism, abounding enthusiasm and
childlike tenderness, Bishop McCabe.
always captivates the people.
O. P. Meeks, D. O. N. H. Meeks; D. a
Oentleman's dep't,Ladies dept.
Graduates of lb American school of
Chronic disstison and deformities a
Literatsje furnished apoa appKeation
free of charge. 8
Coasanasina aad exaauaatiea free.
Oato-hba. Merrill wsidsace, Four
teenth stmt, Colambas, Nab. tf
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