The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, May 21, 1902, Image 2
r .jsly--; .. T .. - "I" wTsjaj Mat 11.1 XXX sflHOTTlT. 1AY K. i MM Ctlnmto$3annuit "T find occupation for every one is tbe most important of national problems, mod, every approximation to aneoiilibriiiim of the industries brings ue nearer to a sohi tioa." When all individnal tradintorests are protected, reciprocal exchange is se cured. People's Normal School r srs. j BiPi, "i iJ i: t " . !L . si INHHJwUITION ON W&RYTfllilG EVERYWHERE. ir . SSUi&sJS & mm taste. . M. x. sim S n. oity in marT. . i' jj i , i$t Lv snBumuhManmanhnrnnvl unBunaawnawrunaunawnnB? V xmanaArothsffof Monroe urns Mtoum BBBr i 2 The WjBJ. - T- "- i . Vj ---- i i- 1' 4r.. rx anuaww& k ft fiBvmn J s" .. . WBMnSDAT. MAY 21. 1 BUTTe MHrihnirni JfJe if nMlMit1tTl-"- bbbiimi IMriMtMi who aannr of tunur IWlMlftcwfh alsofTME Beoalilinaa State coaveatioa, Lincoln, Janel& Nebraska State Fair, Lincoln, August 2 to September 5. Grand An; euctmpsaent, Waabiag toa, D. CL, October C-ll. State High School Declaautory con test, Grand Inland, Friday, May 23L Nebraska Epworth assembly, Lincoln, August 6 to 14 inclusive. Bepubliean Congiwunional convention, Third district, Fremont, June 10, 10 o'clock, a. m. Sixth dtatriet republican coagrwaioaal ooaveutioa at Crawford, June 12; num ber of delegates, 307. Gantj Cwsramtiaa teBwalkas nlnrtnrt nf Flarm nreatrir ceued to Meat ia their teaa active votiac pre daeto Mi Mla TtanoW. May 2. IMC. at 2 P. au. for the Barpoaeef eakwtiaudelejetee to the ro tTTnwnM-r. to be held at Haamhrey, at 1 o'clock, .au, Tharedar. Jaae 3. me. for the i of aelecttas delasetee to the repabUeea atate coaveatioa. dalamtae to the 2th diaUltt leBteeeatative coaveatioe. daleaataa to the Mth diatrict eenitnrkl coaveatioa. aad to candidates for coaaty attorney aad ive for diatrict No. 24. aad for the i of each other baaiaeai aa any prop erly coaee before thorn. The towaakip aMettaee will ako aoadaate local eMeare. The eeveral towaahipa wiU be eatitled to the followiaa aaaabar of deleeatea to the coaatr CityefCohmbaa Batler Loap Loat Creak. Oiaarille... Moaroa.. JeHet.. at. WoadTille.. Walker Epwu Hoabk. Chainaan B.G.STBomn, TaTXBK are 200 railroad employes in Tepeka, ffaaass, aad they have resolved to boycott the beet trust tor thirty days. Jack Oook, a pioneer eettler of Ne braahs, died at his home in Ulysses Saturday morning, and was buried Sun day afternoon. Tux sen of Behaazin, the king of Dahomey, who waa being educated at St. FSsrre, Martinique, ia numbered among the dead, n the recent terrible voloanic Mas. SorFxii, who pleaded guilty to the murderers, Ed. aad John in their escape from the jail at Pittsburg, haa beau aoatenced to two years ia the penitentiary. O. M. Goudus, living four miles north f Back Island, UL, believes that he haa Jsuaaiapayiagveiaof gold on hie farm. The vain waa dmcovared in quarts and theyeUew staff has been examined by n geologist, who aaya that it will pay. At Garriaon, Nebraska, Saturday last, UtUeliMM Hayes was bitten on the foot by n rattlesnake in B. A. 8heara' store. She was taken at once to the doctor and at present ia getting along nicely. How i got into the store is a mystery. Awotmeu atate campaign will soon be on and with the splendid administration of the eUte's bnainesa by the republi- it may well be expected that Ne- will give a republican majority ; fall of not leas than 20,000.-Blair Pilot At Topeka, Fansaa, Friday last Mrs. Oarrie Nation was sentenced to thirty days in prison and to pay a $100 ine by Judce Hazen in the district court for : bar ixturea, stored in a vacant i w thatcityin February.imi. She will not appeal the case and has gone to jail. of Mr. aad drowned one day last week in a lake near his father's three miles east of Hooper, this The body was found fleeting in by a brother of the lad. The drowned had been nehing a? himself. Wouam of Germany haa the United States n bronse ef Fiamariek the Great, which will ha executed, by his majesty's com- by Prof. Uphues, after a bronze the park grounds at twill be placed ia D.C. J.Sterling Morton laid are at : to rob him of the credit of erigi- AiwarDay. They were all em- he was oa earth to title to that honor, but his tmuda will take care that ha is not lehhed of it, now or Huh. give oetsne of a i that struck Goliad, Texas, at 3:45, dautroying and Patrice north and south, a af naafle, eadyone house was of smt to see by the ebb KaaaJ Jj """ ft HBMB V AaBrB vara o Cehaitbaatowaahip.. 4 aWSaaVSaamBaa) V mkmUftmii' i mBBBlyfajajaMa Otaad Prairie S Iajtykb Bnoram, sou Mra. Frank Beuinger, waa to rest than oaaeioua snush property and the loss of nfty Mvau. -Between Ghuroh Istt sfcmaauc aad acercely n vastnu Ii file i hernia to njmwTn that a ef the laaarial WaawuWaWXUUaWauwwmsWaTaY . auuxmaj amnaunmawauni JOOOOOOOOOOOSXXXXXXX NEBRASKA'S VOLCANO. Ua in -the northern part of Dixon eounty ia a email vokaao of more than local tame. It ia eitaated on the biota of the Missouri river and haa created aaore or led tear among the timid set tlara since white men aettled in that The people of the vicinity havebeeoaie slsrmird. it ia said, over the aotiona of the old "volcano,' which haa resumed a wonderful activity aince the volcano on the ialaad of Martinique deetroyed St. Pierre. According to the veraeibaa atory tellers, the Iona volcano haa been spitting smoke and ashes daring; the past three daya. Thoae who are familiar with .the old "volcano" are rather amueed, since it was demonstrated by acientiata yean ago that water soaping through a limestone formation caaaed the steam aad hot apot on the earth that was longagotbe fear and mystery of the Indians along the river in Dixon county. Over twenty years ago some Dakota farmers thoaght that they amid mod coal by digging into the volcano. By doing so they not only located thesonroe of the heat, but also destroyed it for a time. Then the big flood of 1881 again chilled ita ardor till a year ago, when the "volcano'! resumed operations. Ik an emergency your Uncle Samuel can move nt a very brisk gait, as we observe from the following press dispatch from New York: "With food enough on board to feed the entire population of Martinique for a week, the cruiser Dixie Bailed Thursday last and will arrive at her destination Monday. Never, even during war time, did the army subsis tence department make such a record in coHePtipg a ship load of food supplies. It waa done in twenty-four hours time, CoL D. L. Brainard bringing from Phil adelphia three carloads of supplies needed to make up the shipment and purchasing the rest here. The Dixie's cargo will comprise 900,000 rationa. It oontaina 200,000 pounds of bread; 85,000 pounds of flour; 900,000 pounds of rice; 200,000 pounds of codfish; 200 oases of chicken and beef soups; 10 cases of evap orated cream; 100 cases condensed milk; 5,000 pairs of trousers; 6,000 pairs of shoes; 20,000 pairs of khaiki trousers; 4,000 pairs of barracks shoes; uui blouses; 1,000 tents; 2,000 pairs of bal briggan drawers; 4J0S3O balbriggan shirts; 500 summer coats. In addition there were large quantities of coffee, tea, sugar, vinegar and pepper, and in the way of clothing, n large amount of calico under garments, etc." Tmt eoSn supposed to contain the body of Harry Sweigert of Silver 8pring, Pk, who was killed in action in the Philippines De&, 13, 1899, arrived at MechaniesburaT Sunday and waa taken charge of by his brother and an under taker, aava an eastern exchange. Ar rangements were made for the funeral. The casket was bermeticslly sealed and besides the express company's marks waa inscribed with Mr. Sweigert'a name, company and place from which ship ment was made. When the casket was taken home the father became suspicious because of its light weight It was then opened in the presence of the family lawyer and to the dismay of the dead hero's relatives, was found to contain only two pieces of linen. Information was at once aent to the war department and a esarching investigation will be made. Much excitement has been caused here by this discovery and tt m thought by many that this is not an is olated case. The government investi gation may cause many disinterments in this vicinity where many soldiers akin in the Philippines have been buried. Thxke are rumors of changes and evi deuces of activity in building of railroads which will mean much for the state if they are true. It ia aaid that the Mia aouri Paafic will build from Prosser in Adams county to Kearney, and from Beatrice or Crete to Hastings. The report is general that the Union Ferine haa purchased the St Joseph k Grand Ialaad aad will make it a real main line. The gap between Stromsburg aad Cen tral City ia to be filled out, giving the line between Manhattan and Stromsburg by way of Lincoln a direct connection with the main line along the Platte. The Burlington ia aaid to be reaching for the Kansas (Sty and Beatrice line. The FJkhorn ia extending ita branches in the north part of the atate. Tim movement of across the line into territory is aa argument in favor of rechuming the lands in the arid region of the United States aaya the 8t Louis Globe-Democrat These farmers would prefer to stay in their own country if the for them asemed to be any e great aa they are in Can of scree of wild laud which can be got at n low price, and are among we it up. Of course, the throwing of the big which are soon to be put on the market will absorb thousands of akers, hut irrigation would do far in n trust if anyone doubted he Friday the six bag peckers of Chicago refused to buy steak at the yards, leav ing 8,000 eattle and 5,000 bogs unsold no one else to buy. tratedthe i their own haade until erery driven from the market place and they control the market aa com pletely aa the government controls the for paper from which bank bills buyer. aid of railway lehntss that amount to prineely fatten as, givun to the big wWah other people could not in this matter before. satiated n trust existed j.nass isw nasaara nave caucus It ia aomethiag of a shock to and Mr. Bryan misquoting the Bible. His tea- deney to go often to sacred writ ia laud able, but accuracy must be iaeJstsd on. In a speech at Birmingham, AUl, Mr. Bryaa, ia referring; to the next presiden tial nomination, "likened1 aiaieelf to Aaron, who," he aaid "Meietsd Moses in leading the children out of the wilder- If Mr. Bryan will turn to the sixth book of the Old Testament he will find that Joshua, after the death of Moses, led the Israelites iato the prom ised land. Moses never saw it, nor did his older brother, Aaron. Mr. Bryan ia lookiag for another democratic Moses and ia not likely to be disappointed. The party ia out of Joahuaa. Globe Democrat. - At Beatrice one night last week A. J. Wright, representing the Chkago Motor Vehicle company, waa before the city council and made a proposition for the running of motor vehicles ia that city. He wanta a ten-year franchise and taje right to operate bis can on the old street car tracka. The mayor ia authority for the statement that the company will be granted a franchise, provided it pays to the city 1 per cent of the gross earnings. Mr. Wright is to lay the matter before his company. It ia not at all improbable that in time these vehicles will replace the old time street can in many plaoes. A CABLnonAM from Madrid under date of the 18th aaya: "An anarchist plot against King Alfonao haa been discov ered and six arrests, including that of Gabriel Lopez, an employe of an insur ance company, have been made. Dyna mite cartridges were found on the prem ises were Lopez waa arrested. Lopez aaya he received a package of cartridges from another anarchist, with instruc tions to throw them at the moment of the passage of the royal carriage in yes terday's procession.'' Tan President has issued a proclama tion opening to settlement the Fort Hall Indian reservation in Idaho. All of the land within five miles of PocateUo will be sold at public auction nt noon on July 17, at a minimum of $10 an acre. and all the rest of the land will be thrown open to settlement and entry at noon of July 17 next. The opening in volves nearly 400,000 acres oeded to the government by the Shoshone and Ban nock Indiana. E. H. Jenkins, under date of May 10 from Los Angeles, California, writes more of his western trip as follows: "On Saturday May 10, we are leaving Los Angeles for San Francweo at 10 minutes after noon, and are due there in the morning at 7. Have had a very nice time aince arriving nt Los Angeles; put up one night at hotel Natick, and two nights with Dave Adamson and wife where we had a pleasant time. Dave has a good job with the Southern Pacific R. & at about the name work he did at Columbus, but he works daya and has his Sundays. We came down from Oak land Tuesday night and got to Loa Ange les Wednesday at 1 p. m. After we got our dinner took n spin around town till evening, when we went to n theatre which kept us up till about midnight, but had a good Bleep. Went to East Lake Park and spent n couple of hours looking over name which in the way of flowers is most beautiful, but from the standpoint of lawn and shade trees it ia not nearly so nioe aa the Omaha parks, while their Zoo gives one who una seen n real Zoo a great "jar." They have two black beam, one cross-eyed monkey and n few birds, still the park ia worth a trip out to see, and haa large crowds on Sun days. On yesterday afternoon made the trip of about twenty miles to the sum mer resort of Santa Monica, were large numbers go every day from Los Angeles, they have a fine sandy beaoh and bath nouaa. There waa a email crowd out yesterday, still there were over fifty in bathing at one tisae. We did not go ia but bad a good laugh at aome who did take a dip in the surf. When we left Oakland for Los Angeles we started at 630 p. m.; pssssd on the road before dark numberless small farma on which were growing small fruita aad track of all kinds. The orchards all look good but where the water ia acaree email truck did not look no good, and California looks like it waa very much ahyoa water except around Sacramento. Aa we awakened on Wednesday morning we were running aouth oloasby the ahore of the Pacific which we did for aulas and miles. Got our breakfast nt Santa Bar bara which ia a coast town of quite n little importance; we had fried San gull and egg omelet for which they held ua up for 75c each. The oountry we passed through from Oakland to Los Angeles grant variety of arnaT- many of white and other fruit. The grain in this leeeiitysuch aa barley, wheat and oats ia aaoatly cut for hay and half to three tone per aad aelle from t7to$15 per ton, but of it looks very bad for it is very dry here aad they are not looajag for raia bow tm fall, aad m the annuel pre- ouly about five inches it tout much of a figure. Am told that many of the email raaehesars and with aaortgages and that the who have money mo the that the big fruit but the fellows who tuff have to Bre vary ecoaomieally order to come outeven nt the yaaru and. Whilein Las Angeles we visited n num ber of mnaU farms which gated with water pumped from the nana, from two ilaff swat wells, one at maaat aaid one at 900 feet; ar n uwHwrne power a anarai mM toirraiate IM naves. The una ia funtsd by wnsss warn pay I tWUmI fJ. 1 LalBWaaVJBWawawaa aari the psnup was and thaaw n vary asnjaati asm - Bwunununawnf All eoauadea of maO. A. R. aad all aoldiaca, aatlaca, Hoaa of Yfftr-n-. Tirmaa of the lata Hcaaiah tmr.'aad awaittf-m U Caaipaay K, H. M. O are Urtted to join the aanaaaf of Bahw IatatlJSp.nu.aharp.oaMaainrialPar. ThaFiraaMavUl fbnaoa North atreatia front of their haU at XM p. u.thaa Tkirteaath atreet to Nabraaka Avaeaa toTanlftk atraet, than aaat teOffra. toBataath attest toO. A. K. Ilia mil it "-1 1-1 - the dw. tea line of auwch wiU he takea an tie North opera hoaaa by way of North fcmthatnete. Exerdaaawilli .. t IJHSP.B. raooBAif. CaUiac.the aamahlyto MaafcCntaainaanty galatotoUwIhnaVQ.A.ll. .. 1 totthaPesa.-, I l of Boas. "Scatter the Pleven of May, aekool children. ' KaeiraHoB. "The BOast Oiaad Anay." by MiMEUmBraawer. Addreaa. CoL W.B. Dale. Soar. papUa of St Fraada Aeaaeay. Keeitatiba. MNiht on ShUoh," Mim Team Slater. Maeic.Colejebae City Bead. : Addrees. (for Kre DepartaMat). Boa. M, J. Hadeoa. - Soac "Sleep, Coatrade, 81eep.n children of pabllr anbnnl RiHt, "A Ballad of War." Miaa Lottie ft. 10. IL 12. IS. 14. 15. M. BaaadlcittoB. Mar. O. A. Maaro. At the ekwe ef the prosraai the llaa ef will be taken ap to the dry eaawtar, exactim will be completed aeeordiac to the O. A,B.ritaal. eadlag with "tape" by a aeleeted foar ftoai the His Sohool eadeta.. All ofariaaa of iowera are raoaeatad to be taken dariag the aaoraiaa hoara tojhe O. A. 8. hall, where Comrade E. O. Beetor wiU be ia rcadiaaaa to reeaivetheai. h- THE SOLDIER DEAD. IB COMTUBtJS OBUBTBBV. J.BVTaehady. B.B.McIatire, WauaUloy. J. W. Early. J. B.1AWBOB, PreiLMatthewa. BartHaat. A.J.Lawreaoe. rred.8chatte, Oeorae Drake, aCaatpbeU, &Edwarda. Thoa.M.WUeoB; K.H.Haaiy, O.H. Archer, Lewie White. . H.L. E.W.Araold, HaaiyWoode. John Haaiaioaii frank North. 1.J.E A.J ' JaaMaJe JaeobEuLi. w.n.. J.N. H.T.I 9.T. Spoarry, rohaWler P.W.hTrgiaaie. Joha T. JoaiahMerarlaad. IB TUB CATBOLIO E.C.Ka E.D. Catrey. Coafederate. The board of education held several special ametiage last week diaciussiag sohool mattera for tbeooming year and electing teachers. There will have to be aome provision made for new roomn aa the schools are vary much crowded. It ia possible a room will be fitted' up either in the High school or Third ward, or perhaps the north wall of the Second ward will be taken out and two rooms added to that building. This last is hardly probable for thia year-bowever. Aa we reported in n former issue of Tax Jotokal, Prof. Kern waa unaaiaaoualy elected eaperinteudent for u.two years' term, receiving every vote of the board. L H. BriteU waa elected priaeipal of the High school, W. E. Weaver acienca teacher, and Miss Ida V. Graham teach er of languages. All the other teaehera were elected subject to change of Thoae chosen by the board are: Alice Luth, Emily Segelke, Anna. Hoe hen, Lulu Neihardt, Helen Jerome, Nellie Lynch, Elisabeth Sheehan, Ida Thompson, Alios WaUrina, Alviaa Luera, Anna Oogil, Miaa Jacobson, Mrs. Sarah Briadley, Mrs. Estella Mace, Mim Madge Cashing and Mr. J. R Lake. Those not receiving enough votes to elect were: Miss Clara Hohl, Miss Carrie Parks aad Mrs. Glidden. The prindpnls ot the different wards have not been chosen. No election of music teacher haa bean made. Hereafter the board meetings will beheld in the enperin tendon t'somoe in the High echool building. Kohl Inthte Hockenberger k real estate agents, report the f oUeywaia; real estate transfers filed ia the omeeef the oounty clerk since our last report: Chas J Strieker to HO Sell, pt - OLA,Creston,wd ft 9000 EkieSUaffertoMOBloedom, kt8bl,OolBmbus,wd;...,1125 00 HAHaleetal toALKcKU-e Up, lota 5 and 6 bl 18, Lock-. neru 1st add to Humphrey. . MOOQ 00 ALMcijllip.toJaneFarrell, ET Graham to Citizens State -.. -Bank, lot 15U6,OMeton. ... :bJj00 00 I Sibbetneen to By Hooken-,: berger, pt lots 5andblSeV OolunUMia,wd. vjMOOOO to same, undivided X in- OK eawnwaBVBL WIL 100 FMMeGeeetal toBDCum- ming, nw of 19-194wt wd.... WT Biokly to Peter Murray, lotfblM,Oolumami,wd.... WISpsaMtoAlioa M Speice, MtSbl l,Colambus,wd.. JDKUpatrichtoHermFrioke, jr.nwot 4-30-lw,wd Harm Friok, jrf to P S McKil- llyp mmaauwIwV t 4000 00 16 00 law 00 OTetJOi wBOOOt MBtfil 105 00 "187 60 400 00 PE MeKillip toFM Hy Hookenbargwi toESNsw- km, let lb) It,: Hy Hoekaabarger to L JT Os bora; lot C bl , Bealmr Pleee aKKIf WaWwawmlnlVamV RSDickmsontoJseobmadu. ra,aaaaofa7-l84wwd Total. Cat. of We wish to extend to the at our ana aad MBB.M.A. MBAJrnMnn.J.a aadlhar- "".' I i. 2 of Fr hV-awreT "Attorney Cornelius l-r., - X.-m 'JP two trips to C A. Beardeley ma.ie n business trip to FoUerton last Ret. Tost of Schayler was in the city Friday vieiMng friends. F. E. Rotor went to Chieago Friday to aanudaeveral daya viattiag- L. A. Ewiag was ia Aftoa, Iowa, a few days, returning Friday last. - Robert Siley waa in Essex, lows, last returning Saturday night. Lottie Hoekeaberger and Flor- lere ia David City Friday. Mrs. E. Sherman of Sohuyler ia in the oity, the guests of Mia. H. P. Ooolidge. Joa Ryaai expects to leave aoon for Colorado, where ha goes for hie health. George Halat aad Mr. Collie of Oamha epeut Sunday hare, the guests of Garratt Halat, Mies BeU MitohsU of Clarke came down Friday to visit her. meter, Mia. GarreUHulet. , Mm. Bay Martin of Humnhroy is sfNndiag a tew weeks with her mother. Mm, R. H. Henry. Rev. aad Mm.Okott returned Wed nesday from their extended visit aaat, to Virgiaia aad other states. Mrs. CL L. Hfll of Albert Lea, Minn arrived here Friday to attend the funeral ot her brother, Samuel Echols. Charles Atkinson, with the bank of Ottia k Murphy of Humphrey was in town Friday, and n pleasant caller at tbmomos. Mrs. Yadeyof Omaha visited her ma ter, Mrs. A. J. 8mith,n few dnya return ing homo Friday, Mra. Smith aocom pauying her for a visit. Mrs. W. W. Riea left Monday for Canon City, Colorado, where aha will aaaka her home with her eon Wilson. Mm. Miller, her daughter from Arisona, who haa been with her several weeks aooompaaied her. IhUsria Tha TJaiam Facins. Meetiag Mystic Shrine, San Fruueieoo Junel0-14tk TraveUeraProtective Aasociation,Port land, Ora, June 3-7th. Ancient Order United Workmen, Port land, Ore June 1040th. Tickets on eale May 27th to June 8th, iaolnerre, $46.00 for the round trip, stop overs euroute, diverse routes, final limit sixty (00) days. Society ot the United Presbyterian church, Taooma, Waak, ticketa on ante July lfith to 21st, iadaaivetfta&OO for the round trip, atopovera euroute, di routes, final limit, Sept. 15th. Bi-enaial meeting, Knights of Pythias, San Francesco, Calit, tickets oa August Sad to 8th, fti&OO for the round trip, final limit September 30th, with privilege of etopovers, diverse routes. Grand Lodge Order of Elks, Salt Lake City, Utah, tiokete oa sale August 7th to 10th, inelasiva, $25.00 for the round trip, stopovers at Denver and wast, diverse routes, final limit Sept 30th. $15.00 for the round trip to Denver, Colorado Springs, Paeblo,oB sale Jane S-ac. ineinmre. July l-ia. laeiumve. Aug net 1-14, 23-24, 8041, September 1-19, final limits October 31st, othf dates tickets on sale to these points nt one fare -nine two dollars round trip. For farther information, oall upon W. H. BbbbUM, Agent. Bif Harm lama. Are you interested in the Big Horn Basia of Wyomiag? It'en rich but undeveloped portion of Northwestern Wyoming. It oontaina marveloua openinga for amall ranches along; good streama in tha vallsya, with one million acres of gov arameat land open to eettlemeat under tha United States land lawa. Tha BurUngton Route has jast pub liahed a folder descriptive of the Big Horn Basin. It is illaetrated and con tains aa aoeurato map. It telle about tha lay of the land, character of theeoil, products, yield, irrigation and opportn- Ii you're interested, better write for n copy, lt'arree. w.nuufcm, General Paassngsr Agent, 0apr8 Omaha, Nebr. Vatioa af SiMeitieM. Notice is hereby given that the firm heretofore existing, under tha earns of Anohe k Ryan, has been thia day dis solved by matualcoaseat. Thabwsinsas will be coatiaaed by F. L. Aasbe, who retsiaa all book aeeounta due to the firm aad will pay all ontataading claims sgaiast the firm. F.L.ASCBT, J.J.Rtaw. Dated May IS, 1002. 3 TakMhet Batk Ixuw. OampbeU's SoU Caltura manunl, 112 pages with many Ulustratioaa. Telia how nuNsture ia storsd, evaporation cheeked, aad yields iacreased. Mailed free to any address by J. Francis, Gen eral Pssssager Agent, Burlington Route, Omaha, Nebr on receipt ot two-cent 4 Day May St, Vm. Lot ia the Columbus csmstsry wiU up their lots for decor- ationday Caaa. A. Spbcu. Sao. CoL Cam. Aava. and How to Obtain it," DR. CHAS. I. WHITE, ' httt,AVP, Wan. iimmwgsa ""BANK OF H0N10E, Mosufoay IfottrwalTB Natureu remedy for all nerve troublse snmhed acasntiaVwJly by aa expert ia hsaamg. For free booklet, "Nerve Fores ? t A 512.00 ATLAS WITH TIE JOURHAL ! r l t- rc4" IV An rvo modrli nMe owing course of steamers from paint to point" rVlwI lvToL IVlClLO and distances, teaching the youag aa no book caa hj saowiag course of early explorers aad date of voyage; presenting all lands aad the attributes thereof. f"? CirtTJoTio showing .the mage aad aumbers of the rdigioaa of the world, 1 Llll OLdLloLlwO the nmount and character of products yielded hy land aad water. Biblical Map of Holy Land. History of every race and nation, all fresh and of modem thought Population of every country, city and town, omittiag not the most insignificant poatoafce ia the United States. A census that just cost the United States millions of 'dollars. 99Every instructor should have one, every business man, farmer, min ister, statistician, professional man, statesman, orator. COLUMBUS MARKETS. Wheat, old M Oon(eheUed-ytuehel... 52 Onte,baehel- 35 Bye V bushel 45 Hogs-V ewt. 6 00 6 70 Fat steers-Vcwt 2 50 4 00 Fateowa-cwt 3 00 4 00 Stock atoera-tfewt 3 003 4 00 Potatoea-V buabei. 1 000 1 25 Butter V IV. 15 18 Eggs doaen. 12 - Markete corrected every Tuesday af ternoon. DR. PASSTKR, " The only eadaatcd EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. HOME OFFICE: COLUMIUS, NEIRASKA. Taraat 8ieeiiliat.aaaforthe paat twelve jeara W W Wv.m, T" - n... tnaleaJl tfeeaediaeaaeB. Hie woadertal erateai of. eorrectiaarerror U eiaat aaa gknm bettor rWoe to fcaadnda aad aared away from bliadaeaa. Caree craaalated iu. iiinai IM- nlnk ve. ntefraiajB. eata- met.ete. The doctor iu alaaeea to eocreetall defeeta of viaioa. enrea aad relieree headaAe, iadiseaUoB aad djspepaia. Croea eyea ia.ehil dtesrtratoteaed without the kaife. Satiafae ttoBsaaraatMd. AUcouraluHoBaBdexaauiie ttoa free. The doctor ia at hie office oa weet Thirteenth Street, one block west of park. Liw Rmd Trip w Ritis 535 TJNioisr Fjlcijfic From Mlttourl Rhrtr till OO To Denver, CeJ. Sariafs, 10,w aad Pawhte, Cate. June 'a 10 at, inclusive. July ltolS, u tl 0 OO Te Denver, Cel. Sarinfe, 9M.V.W aad Pawhfa, Calo. June 1 to 21, inclusive. Jane 25 to 90, " $25.00 JifjgJ Ctty -1- 0i" August 1 to 14, inclusive. OR OO Ta Qlaawaad syaO.UV tartefs.Cata. June 22 to Si inclusive. July ltol3, M WOlOO aJi City "0f- June zs to as, lnciawve. July ltolS, " $31.00 TrLca. wFpaT'wyFaif mf wllfJo June 1 W Bl, wciaaaTO. Jane 25 to 30, " $32.00 Jl8f!lk Clty -- 0f- Junn lto21,iadusive. Jane 25 to 30, " July 14 to 31, " $45.00 Tf frwiishsa 9r Las May 27 to June 8; inclusive. Aagnst 2 to 10, inclusive. aU5.0QTrrite4l0ra.tT SJawwi aWjTwTWa awaawmje) nfav 97 to June & inclusive. Jalvll tnTI ienlaaam FuU Jaaatmatioa aheerfaUy faraishad W . It. 0KBHAW, awnwBmBaSmwnwnunnBw Bam mam aaaal I vRSsaBBunwllI imrsi HsSn8glH $340 pays for Co olumbus Journal year in advance, and one of these $12.00 Atlases. Come in and carry one of these books home with you. wnwaVONT FORGET that I have for aif sale, egga for setting, eo that maV vou can raise your own barn or Buff Plymouth Rocka, SUver- laoed White Wyandottes, Partridge aad Buff Cochin and Cornish Indian Oames, by buying the egga of me. gri am abo agent for the Humphrey & Sone' bone-cutter ftve different sizes. See me, or write me before buying. WM. KERSENBROCK, 12mch4 Columbus, Nebr. . C. CASSIN, raorairroa or flmak Heat VM Fresh, and Salt Meats Season. awF'Highest market prices paid for Hides and Tallow. THIRTEENTH ST.. COLUMBUS. - - NEBRASKA TTIVTR TABLE, OOLUMBU&NEB. Lincoln, Chicago, Butte, Salt Lake City, City, aH. Louie and an aa points mant aad nil aointn I TBAIBBBBMBT. r. dally 70S a. at 4Jap.m TBAXBS ABBIVB. r.daOr rexeeetl .dally tdNswrn 14B.m TIME TABLE U. P. B. B. BAST BOCBB, BUIB 1MB. 84 Colawhaa Local It. XwSaj aroawC aWawall - ffa. aTjamuuBBTna BFXnaffanunwaaaAa no. He. no. Ho. Me. No. Mo. XvOa Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. M a. at. lSBBwm. SJSa.ai. i-Mp.m. ,4Mm.m. Sjea-au M-JS. at. 2. Overload iiaUted .Atlaaoe ZXrniaat.. BOCBB, MAIB tlBB. 1.0verleadLiadted. , ggft nreaSC JrnSU ' a.CaUaraiaKxanae , 9.PaciacBjZpfaai.. ....... 7. Colawhaa Local , aUf; awaJgw BOBVOU BBABCB. 12Mn.au uao a. ai. .74SB.au . ld5S a. at. . 84Sb. at. .tMm.m. Deaart . 7jHa. at. . 7 M a. a. Arrive UMp.m. ojUy n ai. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. 71, S: A1BIOB ABB CBBAB .. 2M Mel.TS, Ma. It, Me. 7a. ... 9Mm.m. Arrive ..ttHp.m. .. Ssfltai. tiaiaai ib- "v- The one SLiCZSKITB -AUD- WACrOM wo: ETerjthiMg; ia ar llnw aaw eTerytkiwd; gaaraatre. Waxwam wn49f ! tNfr. Best rsr-shMiawiB tht citj. A lie line af Mmggtoa, Carriages; etc. taTI am agent for the old reliable Columbue Buggy Company, of Calum bus, Ohio, which ia n suaVieat guaran tee of atrictly f rat-class goods. LOUIS SCHREIBER. SSocttf IFGOING EAST or south of Chicsgo ask your local tieket agent to route you between Omaha aad Chieago via the taw-shortest line bet wean the two cities Traiaa vin thin popular road depart from the Union depot, Oatahe, daily,' mnactiag with trains from tha Magnilcently equipped trains, sltipsrs and free rerhning ehei Diaiag care aad buffet, horary and smskisa; ears. All trains lighted by electricity. For full iamrmatien about rates, et&, address F. A. Nam General Western Agent, ISM Farnaau St., Omaha. H.W.Howaxx, Trav. Freight sad Fans. Agt. . J.K.CUBXIS CONVEYANCER AND NOTARY PUILIC Also doss type-wriuag aaa wffl carefully attend to aU the hwauMsa intrusted to Warn. mtrWould respectfully of your Over First National Bank, 1st J. D. Omm,Oitve COLUMnCa. ATTORKET8 AT LAW, i f I -. rfkn- i mm.v.kh P.O. Box 121, tAwuatacs, t. , - vC ; r? a JS ' y is 3f'J ir . - - E&g2&&te&tt!J' t.-, -ft- 1-Js -ssrys: "-i."V - r- fE-s.r-i.- JCP-- --t- - ---n - .-. ,. .