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Columbus f ouruaL
PestoSoe. Cohuaaa, Near., i
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19. UK.
hbMribm of tae Jear-
-PImm look at tte slate oppo
site year bum on Ue wrapper of
jMr Joaraal or oa tht amargia of
.Tee Joaraal. Up to tato data, joar
aabaoriptioa la paid or
Drama the year 1901 the Omaha stock
yards received 818,003 bead of cattle and
- A sudden shifting of the main chan
nel of the Missouri rirerto the Iowa
aide Monday has left Nebraska City
without a water sapply.
Oscbol was in the midst of a coal
famine laat week. The dealers were
anable to supply the town and country
and families barned corn for fuel.
Tkk years ago alfalfa was almost an,
unknown quantity in .this .state. It is
now grown in nearly every county, the
total acreage for the state being esti
mated at about 225,000 acres, Platte
county being credited with 2J5BH acres.
The spread of the foot and month dis
ease among cattle in Rhode Island is
becoming alarming. Thirty-seven cattle
on two farms in North Providence and
Lincoln were found to be affected. Two
men who have been tending these herds
have the disease.
Boss I. Hammojjd has sent his resig
aation to the Postmaster General, wish
ing to be relieved January 1st as post
master of the Fremont office. There had
been a previous understanding that
Hammond should resign and that ex
Representative Dan Swanson would be
appointed in his place.
Thomas Nast, United States consul
general to Ecuador, died Sunday in
Oaayaquil after three days illness from
yellow fever. He was buried the same
afternoon. Nast was appointed consul
general this year, leaving New York
July 1. He was born in Bavaria in 1810.
He has been famous for many years as a
caricaturist and cartoonist
It is announced in an Associated Press
dispatch that Mr. Hanbury, president of
the board of agriculture, has decided
that, owing to the existence of the foot
and mouth disease in some of the New
England states, be will be jinable to per
mit the landing in England of a herd of
lraffaloes -belonging- to- Baffalo Bill's
Wild West show, which opens in London
oa December 2C.
WHO'LL GET THE CANALT
The following taken from the Fremont
Tribaae will be interesting to readers
here, inasmuch as Columbus people be
lieve they have just about as good a
chance as any of securing a water power:
Secretary Hanson of the Commercial
elab spent the day and evening Monday
in Omaha, looking after Fremont's' inter
ests in connection with the power canal
mooting held the same night in that city.
Eagiaeer Andrew Rosewater has been
following up. bie usual tactics of corral
jog the situation' for his own individual
beneft, by attempting to secure the pas
sage of an ordinance giving him an indi
vidual franchise in Omaha for putting
ia power distributing wires and connec
tions. Fremont was requested by the
Omaha interests, which have been co
operating with this city and putting up
money, to be represented. The Fremont
Commercial club's position has been that
it doss not care especially what interests
construct the canal, be it Rosewater or
anyone else, but naturally, from common
knowledge of and experience with the
latter it cannot have confidence in his
ability or disposition to do so.
The meeting that night was a charac
teristically Omaha session full of violent
personalities, denunciations and inter
ruptions and that bland confidence in
the effectiveness of hot air only for canal
construction purposes which Fremont
has seen so much of in this connection
in the metropolis. Fremont being loudly
called for at the meeting, Secretary Han
son responded and stated some canal
facts. Among other things he compli
mented the meeting on thelight-hearted-ness
with which it contemplated canal
construction. He said that ten years of
continuous, persistent, diligent effort in
that direction by Fremont had taught it
that it was not such a "dead easy "thing,
and he noticed that it was the interests
connected with the Fremont enterprise,
local and in New York, and not Omaha,
that had paid the bills for demonstra
tion up to date; that Fremont felt no
antagonism to Mr. Rosewater, but simply
knew that it was an enterprise financially
of too great magnitude and difficulty for
him to swing that it was out of his line,
as he was an engineer, not a financier or
The meeting adjourned without en
dorsement of Mr. Rosewater, the latter
saying in the violent style of the gather
ing, that he had been "sandbagged."
Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
Agents for Butterick Patterns.
FRIEPHOLF & C9..
WILL PLACE ON SALE
Thurs. and M., Dee. 11th and 12th
Some special bargains in seasonable merchandise which
cannot be duplicated Note the following:
:. . -
AjnmnEB of Fremont business men
formed a company last year for the pur
pose of raising sugar beets, and last
week a summing up of the business was
made resulting in a net profit of $1,178
to the investors. .The company has
leased 480 acres more for the coming
year and expect to have still better re
tarns at the close of the season. The
Standard beet company of Ames are
gratified with the results of the Fremont
company and of their co-operation in
interesting the public in the sugar beet
There seems to be no end to the Ex
position fad. The latest is an announce
ment by the board of directors of the
Lewis aad Clark Centennial Exposition,
Portland, Oregon, to address a letter to
the governor of every state west of the
Mississippi, inviting them to ask the
co-operation of their states and the trans
fer of their exhibits from St. Louis in
1904 to the Lewis and Clark Centennial.
Congress is to be asked for $2,000,000 and
President Roosevelt is to be requested
to recommend this sum in a special mes-
i to congress.
Ik the Beview of Reviews for Decem
ber there is a comprehensive editorial
summary of the political situation in all
the states. The results of the Novem
ber elections are carefully analyzed
with reference to their bearings on na-
polieies. The editor also die-
i the proposition for the admission
of aew states in the southwest the first
abject of debate at this session of con
grass and offers cogent reasons in sup
pert of .the plan for the direct election
of Uaited 8tates senators. Other im
portant topics of the month in foreign
as well as domestic polities are treated
with the Review's accustomed thorough
aass sad accuracy of judgment.
E. E. Blackxax of the Nebraska state
historical society has just returned from
ToBska, Kan., where he read a paper
before the Kansas state historical society
oa early history in Kansas. While vis
itiag the room of the Kansas historical
society Mr. Blackman found a bound
volume of "The Nebraska Palladium,"
the first paper published in Nebraska,
datiagfrom July, 1854. This find adds
a few more copies of this early paper to
the BBmber bow known to exist Vol
asaa L No. 1, is in the lot just found.
At present there are nine numbers mias
iag oat dfthe possible thirty-seven. Of
a lew aambers there are three copies,
aad of some others there are two copies
ia existence. It is hoped to secure the
missing numbers in time. Lincoln
Thobab B. Reed, former speaker of
the house of representatives, died Sun
day morning from appendicitis, ia Wash
iagtoavD. C, after less than a week's
atthoagh he had beea a sufferer
(right's disease for some time.
Mr. Reed was bora in Portland, Hasan
18, 1839.' He joined the U. &
as acting sasistant paymaster ia
18ML Kraut 1888 antil 1899, when he
from eoagreavMr. Bead was a
it maaia the political affairs of
the state of Maine and of the Uaited
By profession he was an attor-
haviag beea admitted to the bar
sat while teaching school in California.
1b the year 1896 he was prominently
antiaaiifl as aoBuaee for preaideatof
the' Uaited States by the republican
Reed is speaarof by-repeb.
of aay-maa ia public
Louie Schroeder of Omaha visited
friends here over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Boeder left Friday
for a few days' visit in Denver.
H. E. Babcock returned home Monday
night from his extended visit in New
Attorney W. E. Beed of Madison was
in the city Sundsy en route home from
Mrs. Lottie Lewis of Lincoln came up
last week to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Hoare.
Walter Graves went to Silver Creek
Sunday to visit his sister. Miss Cora is
also visiting there.
Mrs. L. Uohl of Albion passed through
Columbus a few days ago on her way to
Leavenworth, Kansas, to visit her son,
Mr. C. Easton, father of C. & Easton,
will leave in a few days for Leadville,
Colorado, where he will visit his daugh
ter, Mrs. Eckhart
Mrs. Ed. Marmoy and children went
to Council Bluffs Monday to join Mr.
Marmoy who has a position there in a
green house, and where they will reside
in the future.
Mrs. C. J. Oarlow returned a few days
ago from Stuart, Nebr., where she visit
ed several weeks. She was accompanied
home by her mother, Mrs. Window, who
expects to remain here until February.
District 4ft ami Tidaity .
Mrs. Catherine Herring of Bismark
has been sick for a week past and Satur
day and Sunday was confined to her bed.
O. Herring met with an accident last
week, a heavy ladder leaning against the
barn fell, striking him on the head, which
put him on the shelf for a few days.
Ed. Ketchmark of Colfax county has
rented his farm of 320 acres to Joe Smith
of Bichland. The former purposes to
move into Bichland and dispense booze.
On Home Farm the last load of corn
was taken from the field Saturday at 1
o'clock p. m. In the neighborhood
there is quite a bit of corn in the field
Eva Drinnin (who was recently report
ed as not well,) with sister Plessie, took
a sleighride Sunday in George's swell
body sleigh, calling on relatives in Col
Herman P. H. Oehlrich of your city
has contracted with some of his custo
mers for ear corn to be delivered at his
ranch just south of Bichland, for which
he pays 30 cents a bushel.
There! We bear it whispered that a
young well-to-do farmer of Bismark who
has been making frequent visits across
the township line, will soon lead one of
Columbus township's fair ladies to the
hym oniil alter, (be patient)
Several wagon train loads of hogs
named here last week from the east and
northeast bound for Columbus market,
among them we could recognize Messrs.
Baaenger, Mueller, Dickey, Saafelt, Host
ner, and several from further east that
we did not know. It is getting to be
admitted that new Columbus is a desira
ble place to trade, after disposing of
The mail carrier on route No. 2 reaches
Home Farm, (the place where we are
engaged) about 130 p. m. daily, except
Saadeya. Last weak, Wednesday, the
driver encountered some snow drifts on
the couaty line, which caused him some
trouble aad delay, getting stalled in the
drifts aad breaking harness. A path
was broken through that day, since
which time the tripe are made like
About 3 o'clock p. m. of the 2d inst
enow began falling from northwest and
eoatiaaed till some time in the eight,
when the wind arose aad placed most
all ia drifts when again Friday eight,
the 5th, a enow storm from northeast
placed three inches of the beautiful
apoa the ground which still lies where
it fell, aad bow every one who has a
sleigh or pong of any kind is enjoying a
50 pieces of best quality Dress Flannellette, while they' Bui al '
a a i . -am a -
me low price oi oc a vara, wonn izsc a yara. ,,
25 pieces of Arnold silk Taffeta, 25 inches wide in .about 1,5.
good shades, at 25c a yard, they are worth 50c yd. They are half,
silk and they certainly won't last long at this price. Be sure and
call early to secure this bargain.
This is the best yet! 20 pieces of 42 in. wide Covert doth in
13 different colorings which we offer at 39c yd, they have never
been sold less than 75c yd. Nothing better for tailor made suits'
or children's wear. In addition you will find our Dress .Goods de
partment brim full of economical interest with many underpriced
Table Linen! Table Linen!
A splendid opportunity to buy Table Linen at a real saving.
66 in. wide bleached and half bleached Table Linen at 48c yd'
72 in wide grass bleached Table Linen at 69c yd. All our
finer quality Linens at reduced price for this sale. .;
Special in Towels!
We offer 50 doz bleached Herch Towels, size 18x38 inches, as
long as they last at 10c apiece. : -
A large assortment of fancy Towels suitable for holiday pres
ents at a great bargain.
Shakerand Outing Flannel 1
,15 pieces of extra heavy Shaker Flannel i of an yard wide at
7c yd, worth 15c. Dark arid light Outing Flannels at 4c yd." "
Blankets and Comforters!
50 pair of gray fleeced large size Blankets at 59c a pair.
50 pair 11-4 large size made gray fleeced Blankets at 89c pair.
An all wool 10-4 gray Blankets for this sale at $2.98 pair.
Large Comforters, silkoline covered, hand knotted, fillet with
one sheet of snow flake cotton at SI .69 a piece, worth $2.00.
Hosiery and Underwear!
Children's fleece lined Hose, size 5 to 9 at 13c pair worth 25c.
Ladies' fleece lined Hose, extra heavy, at 15c' pair.
Ladies' and children's Merino Vest and Drawers, choice for
19c a garment.
Special bargains in ladies' and children's Coats and Jackets,
Ladies' Fan and Muffs.
In our Men's department we offer the same inducements, every
thing at a special price for these 2 days.
. . DO NOT FOMET THE DATE . .
NORTH OPERA HOUSE
Wed., Dec. 10,02.
LMMta J. Carter
Presents the stnssttoaal
m i m
Tails m Woadetfal MdodrsJBs.
bv the Kirer.
tt. R. Bloel
HUlfaNuire's Dmwiac Boom.
Absolately the Most seasstinssl ef
fect ever iatrodaoad ia aajr play.
PRICES, 75, 50, 35, aid 35c.
HOLIDAY GOODS I
REPORT OF TUB COHOITIOW
Columbis Slate Bank,
Charter No. W,
(Incorporated) Columbus, in the State of
Nebraska, at the close of busi
ness, November 25, 1902.
Loans aad discoeats $966,132 SI
Orerdrafts, secared aad aaseeared.. . 5,415 72
Stocks, secaritiea, jadcawats, rlsiias.
etc 1.900 58
Ranking house furniture and ixtares. 9.190 28
Other real estate 15,55 12
Carrant expenses aad taxes paid 5.05S99
Cash items............................. 1,594 OS
Doe from National, State aad Private
Banks and Bankers 92.497 48
(Currency and told $7,677 00
Cash Fractional and silver
( dollars 2,07 61
Total cash on band. 9.124 64
Total $289,499 94
Capital stock paid ia '.-.$ 50,669 8
SarplaaCaad. :x a99 99
Undivided profits SajSH 54
Demand certificates ofdeposit 2298 54
Time certificates of deposit 195,999 99
Dae to state aad private hanks aad
bankers 99 70
Notes and bills re-diseonated 10.080 69
State or Nbbbaska, ) ...
County of Platte f M
I. H. Bmiajer. master of the above naaied
bank, do soleamly swear that the above state
aaent is cornet aad a trae copy off the report
made to the State Baakiac Board.
Lxakdkb OxuumD. Director.
Gabbbtt HrusT. Director.
Saascribed and sworn to before aae this 4th
day of December. 1999.
H. F. J. HocaaaaaaoBB.
WHAT WE HAVE:
AMERICAN TEBKACOITA WABE.
ARCHABENA COMBINATION BOAI
BURNT .WOOD NOVELTIES.
BOXES. COLLAR AND CUFF.
BRUSHES AND COMB BETS.
' EBONY GOODS,
KNIVES. .. .
LAWN TENNdTpARLOR. - .
LEAVES FOR PAPER FLOWERS.
LEATHER GOODS. BURNT.
PAPER MASCHE GOODS.
PANE PARTANT BINDING,
ir 1" u tlsf ' i
We have a larger and better stock than
ever, and are giving tickets on the
prices for every 25c cash purchase and our
are cheaper than ever. We have the largest
and most complete stock in the city to
choose from, any thing and every thing
to choose from. Something to make the
old young' and the young happy. We
are also headquarters for everything in
the hardware line, Heating Stoves and
Cook Stoves without number. : : : :
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
C. S. EASTON,
THEY'RE here bow, so yoa
will aot have to wait.
Bright, aew aad kaadsoaie,
each oae perfectly iaished
aad the prettiest liae ever ahowa
ia Coluatbtw. No sweless trap
piags oa these buggies the price
is put iato material, workman
ship aad fawn. Each oae is
ready to hitch your horse to, and
the price won't make a heavy load
to carry. They're here, bat
they're goiBg. Can't I send one
your way? Inquiry aad iaspec
tioa desired. :::::::
East 13th Street, - - COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA.
Oats, new V baaael
Hogs ewt. 5
Fat cows- y cwt 2
Stock steers V ewt 3
Batter y tx
500 5 0
Markets corrected evarj Taaeday af-
Eat up a bmb's confidence. The
poorly dressed aaaa ia afraid to paaa
ahead it brings his clothes iato
prosBiaenee, aad this makes aiaa aa
comfortable. He usually seta ready-to-wear
clothing. SoBMtiaaes it its
him and sometiaMs it dooaa't. It
gets worn aad shabby, aad still he is
compelled to wear it. For about the
price of ready-made clothes we could
have made aim aa elsgaat suit, per
fect fit. atyle aad iaiah. A full liae
of fall goods.
Cetaajefta PtetaeTfaaVafe asawft
WWaaWaWtW anjianyannnin) WW1HI
Aaybody caa make ptoturea with
Wltltwert a Dark -Rw4Hai.
Ho. 2 Browais Camera for
TOSS CnrtriaW. S ezaosan. 2'4x9 . .
BfevaasOsTsloMnc Macaiae Outfit.
1 Dm. SU 1U Ikkk
2 DBsWbsTslopiae Ftowtiem"""'
NothlB BBAHt Mnmnnala hw flut
yoaajr folks for Carietaaae. There's
lots of pare fun in photography aad
there's edacation too.
Mffa las B(tr Watch
raoraiEToa or tbb
OaaaaaJlft HCalt Mttflut
or eoata of Chicago ask yonr local
ticketageat to ronteyou between Omaha
aad Chicago Tia the
Game and Fish in Season.
Ja0THigaest anarkst prieea paid let
Hides aad Tallow.
OOLUMBU8, - - NEBRASKA
the shortest line betweea the two eitimm
Traiaa via this popalar road depart
O" the Uaioa depot, Omaha, dailr
eoaaecUaa: with traina froaa the west!
Magaifeeatly eeaipped traiaa. aLu
hP" aad free reclining chair cars
! cars-sad buffet, libra d
olrins: cars. AH traias lighted by
hartricity. For fall inforaiatioB aboat
rates, erA, address
F. A. Nash,
Oral Westera Agent, 1504 Faraaa.
H. W. Howkia,
Trav. Freight aad Paaa. Agt.
Trochct's Coklikine SalKlale Capsules.
A mtnAmrti rui Inf.tKhf mr fa DUPITUATICU aarf nTklVT
'endorsed by die nighest medical authorities of Earope and
America. Dispensed only in spherical capsules, which dis
solve ia liquids of the stomach without causing irritauea er
disagreeable symptoms. Price, $1 per bottle. Sold by
aruggists. ut sure ana get ine genuine
lyon's French Periodical Drops
atreUT Tegetable, perfectly harmlesa, anre to accompiiaai VBSUQED
mjZ3JimU9 Greatest known female remedy.
of soaamrslu aaS hatfaUosw.
tern wlta ftM-slaiUe alaaatara oa sMo of tbs aotUo. (has:
Price, $1.50 per bottle.
lalaatsnatas only la paatijsara Car
ariaajtsaaaae.9nmfei.l 1 im W.
tas la ted, heavy
it a life tlase cartas Jaet 1
oreaeaa across Ktmmmj,muovmcm
Other lesacdtes failed. Dr. Fea-
aersKtdaey and atachacae Care cared bm
completely. H. WATERS, Haadet.lt. Y.
9T tflTHtfBiMIC fare Care. CItealar.Dr
laWIISw BWiBHrkFenaer. reaoaia.H-r
For 8ale by C HENSCHJQf O.
bad noaa. TOY.
&9"We also aaadlo OKNTB FOBHJI
GOODS. UNDKBWKAa, GliOVBB. B
CAPS. STATIONKBT, T1NWAIB.
WAKK AND NOTIONS.
EMIL V4M BfcRGfcN,
For Sale by POLLOCK to CO.
. Beriew of the weather near Genoa
the aaonth of November, 1902.
VmB aaav mUL,
1 of days:
Few Feraeaallj raajsjataal
iaaj firaa OaMaa, to
With Ckeiet ef lettes.
m at rata fall or aaaH
LnaVaa of snowfall.
"Frost aad slight ice through most of
Fog oa the 9th: sleet on the 10th;
yoa with good, neat, clean
work doae ia the line of
These excursions leave Oamaha every
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday at 425 p. ax, ia Palbaan Tourist
Sleeping Cars.- The cars are aoeom,
psnisd all the way by coadactors skilled
in the service of ezcaiaioa partita. The
Union Pacific is the only liae from
Omaha masing foar ezcanions to Cali
fornia every week.
Three excursions caa be joiaed at say
For full iafonaatioa call oa or addtess
Ererytkiic; ia r liae
amsl erery thiatj giar aateedj.
Wacaag ajatie t rier.
Best lierse-.shaiatj ia tkt
A iif) liae ef Mmggltn,
lafI am ageat for the old raliabls
Colambas Baggy Oomaaay, of CS0I1
baa, Ohio, which is a saaVisat
tee of strictly rst-clase goods.
JZZl l-" -Well
wrktam, oritfaal ories-Aaso. to
"- " HH. tfce Horns.
" Books, aad nm V7A.W . ..
Tit f HtlT imr Ocni
I mS5Z?lmoci'ttd I
?T ". ,"SnMij aswo servieo of too 8
Jm World-daili rsfmrts froai
Tfce Very Best ef Callferaia
Biealiag wise (white) at 00 ceata per
Ziafaadel (red) at 00 ceata.
Aagelica (aweet) at tl per gallon.
Port $1 per galloa.
GalalofBia aae Waacnea aad Keataeky
whialrajB at reaeoaable prices.
aad ass aa before bay utg.
Yoars, War. Bucasa.
i y ONE pouSrI
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
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