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mtacripUoa is paid or acoommtmd
M Eucr Smith who for tweaty
Ive year occupied an importaat poaitiom
at the State university, died Friday
morning at her home in Lincoln.
Tax executive committeeof the Unioa
Paolo and Southern Pacific company
net in New York Friday to discuss the
general labor situation of the Harrimaa
systeeas. No oScial announoesaent wae
made in regard to the matter.
CUITTO DB LORBAIXB. who
emvineerof the Monitorwhen that
aank the Iferrimac dariair the civil war,
and hia son, Edward, aged 24, ware foaad
dead from asphyxiation at their homeia
Brooklyn, N. Y on the 19th. Gaa
escaped through a defective tube ooa
necting a gaa stove.
The New York Tribane is of the opin
ion that the demand for broad tires
ahoald keep pace with the active and
encouraeinir Dromes of the agitation for
good roads. Bute in the highways woald
be comparatively few and cause com
Daratively little trouble were it prac
ticable to abolish entirely narrow tires
The Stanton Picket offers aoand ad
vice to country members of the legiala
ktare when it aays that in the matter of
the bill to tax railroad terminals there is
but one right thing for country members
to do and that is investigate and ascer
tain what will most benefit their con
stituents, and having found that out vote
for it regardless of what either Omaha
or the railroads want.
Two carloads of new machinery have
been received at the Argo Starch plant
ia Nebraska City and will be installed as
rapidly as possible. This machinery ia
for. the manufacture of printed wooden
boxes for the starch. The factory ia bow
grinding 200 bushels of com per day
and expects in the near fatare to doable
the capacity and manufacture all branda
controlled by the trust, with the excep
' tioa of "Oswego."
A tkhwbam from Bellwood to the
Omaha Bee aays: "A ramor which
comes from sources considered reliable
here, ia to the effect that A. H. Gould,
the convicted banker, ia soon to be parol
ed from the penitentiary. The reason
assigned for the parole ia the aicknese of
hia wife and that hia family needs sap
port. The report has greatly stirred ap
the people of Bellwood and aarroanding
country, many of whom lost heavily on
account of his peculations. The senti
ment against him after the failure and
daring the trial was intense, and it ianot
thought here that he has as yet suffered
any adequate punishment for lus offt
Under the heading "Interesting West
ern People" in the February issue of the
Garden of the Gods magazine there are
two character sketches of special interest
to Nebraska people. One ia of Dr. Bes-
aey, the botanist of the State university.
It ia said that Dr. Bessey has made mora
botanists than any other man in Amer
ica. He has a son who is at present
traveling in Europe and Asia under com
mission from the United States govern
ment, collecting rare plaata and esp
cially atadying the species of alfalfa
found in the semi-arid regions of Asia
where the conditions are similar to those
of oar own semi-arid regions. The other
character sketch is that of William Jas
tia Marsha, formerly pastor of the First
Presbyterian church of Omaha, and bow
of Denver. Dr. Harass ia the author of
"Plowed Under" which ia practically the
list story written dealing with the
Indian race. After reading it, Helen
Haat Jackson wrote Dr. Haraha asking
permissioB to ase some of hia material
ia a story of her own. The result waa
"A Oaatary of Dishonor" and "Ramona,"
were written. Dr. Haraha ia theaoa of
Bar. Haraha, deceased, sad who ia past
years made Colambua many visits.
As was expected a weak ago, the rev
saaa committee waa aot ready to report
and was readfly granted more
The main features of the bill had
agreed apoa by the members, bat
the aotaal work of the compilation had
yet to be done. On this a committee of
six lawyera has pat ia a solid weak, sad
a report of the faiehed product ia ex
pected ia a day or two. In the maaa
time it ia noticeable that faith in the
ultimate passage of a revenue bill has
growB among the members of thelegie
latare,aaweUaa among outsiders. Thia
ahews a considerable confidence ia the
members of the revenue committee.
The program aa outlined by one of the
members of the revenue committee is to
report the bill and have a Urge namber
of extra copies at once printed, ao that
the people outside of the capital may
lamp pace with the deliberation on the
aew bflL It ia especially desired that
aiaaers have copies, aa they are facias;
the tax problem every day, and euggee-
ifrom them will be of nanintanro ia
of the bflL
Ob acconat of the pending revenue bill,
the events of the past week have not
been of great interest Aaprepriatioas
for state iattftatioaa have been reported
cases, but it is
that moat of them must wait
importaat matter ia die-
of the boa reganhag the
TKBKS or hmohricw:
On jmr.hr mail voam afMnil.......ug
Tatomem snwJaaawtM a
aatfl the one
prevail BMhod of Iettissndt con
tracts iaeoaaties and bote to eaosajrage
ssasast coatracte and abut oat csmbma
jam bidding have got fairly well started
ia hath rid nf tan lianlal am
oae ia the house i by Ramsey of
Gage, aad the oneJa the waits ia by
Brady of Boone. They call for praoti
ally the seme thtag, which ia, that aay
peraon be allowad tobuiU aa elevator
adjoining the railroad right of way at
station, and compel the eompaay to ram
a aide track up to the elevator. The
agitation of the qasstaoaa come ia part
from local ilJasatiahcitioB ia some parts
of the etate becaoae of diaerimination or
aatiiiT1 farilittrr sad partly from the
emorta of am orgaaitation worked up by
a Kaaaaa elevator maa.
Soma billa of interest recently intro
duced in the hoase are: No. 297, pro
vidiag that aaloon notion be published
ia a paper of "general circulation"; No.
901, comaeUiag cities and village clerk
to report four times a year, the complete
record of bonded indebtedness to the
state auditor; No. 208, providing for
appointment of matron where females or
miaon under 18 are confined in jails;
No. 211, providing for chattel mortgage
on offspring; No. 216, permitting inde
pendent telephones to enter cities; No.
231, appropriating $75,000 for an exhibit
at St. Louie; No. 237, for an examining
board for the inspection of steam boilera
and licenajagof engineers; No. 255, mak
ing ohicken stealing a felony; No. G55,
appropriating $85,000 for a building for
the State Historical Society; No. 2C8,
sppropriatimg $1,000 to fit up a G. A. R.
muasam and pay for publication of
reporta for department commander.
Iatsrearing asnate billa recently print
ad: Na 128, preventing justices of peace
from acting aa attorney in cases brought
before themselves; Na 129, providing for
the priority of lieoe for the feeding and
care of live atock; No. 131, repealing the
wolf bounty law; Na 136, amending the
registration, primary and general elec
tion lawe; Na 146, providing for con
demnation of location on right of way
for the erection of grain elevators; Na
153, joint resolution calling for direct
lection of U. & senator; Na 151, pro
viding for a commission to revise the
statutes; Na 171, for the redaction in
the width of public roada in certain
Mrs. Hicks, wife of Prof. J. E. Hicks
of Monroe, died Monday afternoon at St.
Mary'a hospital, after eeveral weeks
asrioas Alness. The remsina were taken
today (Tuesday) to Monroe where funeral
sen ices will be held Thursday morning,
after which the body will be brought
back to Colambua for burial Mrs. Hicks
waa 54 yeara old and leavea besides her
haabaad, two eons, Henry of Oklahoma,
aad Fred of Platte Center and one
damghter in Baltimore, McL, all of whom
were here at the time of her death.
George G. Bowman of Omaha, who
for many yeara waa a Columbua attor
ney, died of heart failure while on hia
way dowa town last Wednesday evening.
The following taken from the Omaha
World-herald gives the facte: "Without
an instance warning Attorney George G.
Bowman, one of Omaha's best known
citizens aad lawyera, waa suddenly
stricken Wednesday night with an attack
of heart failure and expired almost in
stantly. He had left the Bachelor'
hotel, where he waa living, shortly before
9 o'clock and waa on hia way down town
whea jast a short distance west of Eigh
teenth street heeuddenryfell to the side
walk. A passerby who saw him fall ran
to Patrolman Samuelson who with the
aid of othera carried him into the drug
store of Sustav Halm, where he expired
in a few minutes. Attorney Bowman
waa about 50 years old and waa born at
Upper Sandusky, Ohio, where he receiv
ed his early edacation. He came to Ne
braska about twenty-four years ago and
prior to hia residence in Omaha lived in
Columbus, where he was a prominent
member of the bar. In lSSB-OT he rep
resented his district in the state legisla
ture, being chairman of the judiciary
committee. Ha was intimately connect
ed for many yeara ia hia legal practice
with Judges Sullivan and Post Attor
ney Bowman came to Omaha from Co
lumbus about ten years ago and has
since made hia home here. He gained
considerable prominence in connection
with the Henry Tarter cattle case in
which General Vflaa waa the opposing
counsel. He waa married twenty-eight
yeara ago to a daughter of Judge Steven
eon Barke of Cleveland, Ofaia Besides
his wife he leavea a son and daughter,
both of whom reside in Minaaapolis.
Mm. Bowman, who ia at present in
Minaeapolia with her daughter, baa beam
Botilad. She has spent much of the
winter at Mianeepolie with her daugh
ter, Mm Harvey Dewitt, aad grandchild,
and her son, Burke Bowman. Judge
Bowmaa waa there less than aix weeks
aga Mrs. Bowmaa arrived in Omaha
Friday morning. Arrangementa ware
made to send the body to Ohio, and she,
accompanied by her bob and daughter,
left Friday afteraooa for the east.''
Prof. Kara has been suddenly called
to the east by the sickness of bis father.
M.Braggeraad Mr. Kaiser, a chemist
from Switsarlaad, vieited the High
The bill for six aew compound mi
eroaoopea for mas ia the acieaoe depart
meat have been ordered from an Ameri-
Prof. Kara and Prof. Gray bill went to
Bellwood Saturday to attend a local de
clamatory contest, Prof. Kern being
called as a judge and Prof. Graybill as a
the High school was divid
ed iato three sections for rhetoricala.
is mader the amparvaaom of
of the faculty and a pro-
will be givea every two
la Batata Ckaaki.
We, the andersigaed merohaata of
Oolamkai will diaeoatiaae iwint re
Mbka March 1, 1903. All rebate
eatataadiagoa that date will be
honored by aa regardless of amoant.
We would reqaest parties holding re
bate cheeks to present them before
March 10, 1903.
Gmax MamcAXTiUE Co,
Hamaaur P. H. QawT.WKir,
Hmamr Baoate Co,
Bmmt k Adams,
J. H. OaMiET.
Baff Prymoath Book eggs tor sale.
Joha Nestor waa ia Liaoolm Samaay.
H. B. Bead waa a visitor to
up from Spring-
Mm. John Brack went to Belgrade to
day for a visit with friends.
Miss Edna Jenks of Monroe vieited
Mrs. Strotber of this city last week.
John Gondring, ar., left Monday for
Indiana where be will visit relativaa.
Peter Duffy spent Sunday at home
from hi work in the state university.
Theodore Schupbach of Omaha came
up Saturday and ia visiting relativaa.
Lee Baaty, from the wast end of the
county, waa in town Friday on business.
Editor St rot her of Monroe waa in town
Friday and a plwissnt caller at this
Editor Cross of the St. Edward Sun
waa in town Monday on hia way to Fre
mont. Miss Anna Tibbita of Palmer visited
Miss Ethel Boyd, returning home Sat
urday. Mrs. W. S. Jay left Thursday for St
Joe, Ma, to select her spring stock of
Miss Mat Post returned to her studies
in Lincoln Thursday after spending a
week at home.
Mrs. L. M. Geer of Grand Island arriv
ed here Friday on a two weeks' visit to
her eon Dr. Geer.
Mrs. Joseph Hart returned home to
Omaha Monday after a visit to her sis
ter, Mrs. Gerharz.
Miss Louise Davis returned Friday
from Platte Center, near where she has
been for several weeks,
Mrs. Win. Lohr visited relatives in
Clarke last week and waa accompanied
home by Mies Lottie Hinemeyer.
E. W. Nortlf came up from Omaha and
vieited friends over Sunday, returning to
the metropolia Monday afternoon.
Mrs. M. Strauss of Beatrice visited last
week with the family of her brother, N.
D. Wilson, on her return from St. Ed
ward. Mr. Liaoo and grand daughter Miss
Mary returned Friday from Lodge Pole,
Nebr., where they have been visiting
relatives for several weeks.
Bind Bamte Ma. 1.
John Saalfeld marketed a car of fat
The first of March ia almost here and
farmers are all moving.
George Henggler hauled and shipped
a oar of hogs this week.
The Knollin Sheep Oa are filling their
large crib with ear corn.
W. T. Ernst sold a car load, of cattle
and one of hoga thia week.
Mr. James is getting ready to move
from the poor farm to Canada, where he
expects to make hia future home.
The mail carrier will be pleased to
receive any items from farmers along the
route which may be of mutual benefit
and interest to readers of The Journal.
B. F. B. . 2.
The roada again will eoon be in good
Arthur McGann had a very large sale
Mrs. D. Herman, who ia ataying at E.
P. Wescott's, ia very ill.
Smith Hilliard ia now connected with
the R. F. D. system on 2.
If a good cold night would come and
freeze what water ia on the ground the
carriers could make their trip on skate.
One of the carrier's horses took siek
near C A. Newman's last week, but with
the help of Drs. Newman and Eastman
B. F. D. Bt, 3.
Bev. Wm. Papenhausen has returned
from his Kansas visit
L N. Vogel of Leigh waa a visitor at
Fred Bebling'a Monday.
Henry Wilkeae has bean drawing lum
ber the past week for a new barn on hia
place twelve miles north of Colambua,
The telephone poles are scattered aa
faraaPeterSehmitt'amiU. We presume
Peter will eoon have telephone connec
tion with the world.
B. F. Lawrence ia able td be oat again.
He was hart by a horse that was fright
ened in the elevator while milning
grain. . Mr. Lawrence has beam having a
eevere attack of the grippe alea
In regard to the item of the aheap
ranch in last week's notes we thoroughly
understood that the case waa aa written.
Bat aa there annma to be some misunder
atanding in regard to it, we will aay that
A. J. KnoUin'e checks are good aa gold.
John Boe, we understand, has sold his
farm, the80 acres that the improvements
are oa, for $4050 par acre, Wm. Geodkan
being the purehaser. Mr. Boa traveled
through the west aome last tail and waa
more favorably imptessed with Oregon
than aay of thewestera states, and he
may decide to locate there.
A CtOtimf Oamtuat.
The Lincoln Daily Star, Nebraska'
brightest and bast daily newspaper, ia
conducting a counting eontast amongita
sabseribara ia which they are offering
$150 in gold prises. The contest is nror-
ing a very popular one on account of its
simplicity, aad the large pnzaa awarded.
The conditions governinf the contest are
few and easy to be complied with. If
you will send a postal card to the pub
lishers assang for a aampleoopy contain
ing tae paruealara they wul ssad you
oae, and yon cam take part ia the eontast
and perhaps wia oaa of the prises.
Te lBceia unily star contain all
the newa. all the time. Four editions
are published daily. Fail
marketa. Detailed legislative proceed
ings. Address Daily Star, Liacola, Neb.
Year choice of tfc fallowing esmaiaatloa f or
oaa imt for $L Them eeaAiaa'iea iaelade
tks aast farm asssm sseAheai, sad the Weaklj
WeritHamHwUaa chm joa la fata new
Mo. 2. WmUy WetiUfaiaU. Oiaaa Jai
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For one year, my residence property; on
west Thirteenth street. A fine 7-room
bouse, barn, chicken house, buggy shed
snd granary, with fruit bearing trees and
large garden. 2t B. P. Ddfft;
I Lave a new improved Edison Mimeo
graph and can take any number of copies
from a typewritten letter or circular
When you need anything in this line
give me a call. I also do typewriting.
Office over First National Bank.
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Erarjr day from February 15 to April 90, 1903,
Uw Union FfcciSc will sell One-way Colonist
Tickets at the following rates from RHasonri
$30.00 to Osdea aad Salt Lake City.
180.00 to Batte. Aaaroada aad Helena.
S22JO to Spokane aad Wasatchee, Wash.
$23.00 to Everett, Fairharea aad New What,
eoaa, via Haatiastoaaad Spokane.'
SS.09 to Ashland, Boseborg, Eoaeae. Albany
and Saleaa, via Fbttlaad,
$85.00 to Saa Francisco, Ijo Angeles aad many
other California points.
For fall information call oa or address
tf W. H. Bexha.
Fair Panamally Camiietam Sxamr-
nan frtm OaMam ta Califarmia
With Cmalet af Xwtea. .
These excursjons leave Omaha every
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday at 4:25 p. m., in Pullman Tourist
Sleeping usrs. The care are acoom,
panied all the way by conductora akflled
in the aervice of ezenraion parties. The
Union Padoo ia the only line from
Omaha running four excursions to Cali
fornia every week.
These excursiona can be joined at any
point enroute. .
For full information call on or address
W. H. Bkhhajc, Agent.
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Law Sates Watt.
Cm to Portland, Taeoaw aad Seattle. .
f0.m to Saa Fraadseo aad Los Angeles.
$LM to Spokane.
SallW to Salt Lake City. Batte and Helena.
Proportionately low rate tohandreds of ether
points, inclading Big Hon Basin, Wyo, Moa
taaa, Idaho, Waahlagtea, Oregon, British Co-
laabia, California, etc.
Erary day Febraary 15 to April M. Tomrist
can daily to California. Personally conducted
excarston three times a week. Toarkt cars
daily to Seattle. Inqaire of nearest Barliagton
Ronte agent. 7t
aanlaijSB. If necesaary wrtte Dr. fSaner.
B ass speak a life tuae carlag Jam aacli
wruaaja -emo exag
mo -wtinj no monoawsfA
Tuesday, March 3d, 1903.
Military Land Warraati.
$5 paid persons telling who has one,
whether I buy or not.
4 R. K. Kcllkv, Kansas City, Mo.
Special Bates via tke Unism Pacific.
February 15 and continuing daily to
and including April 30. Special colon
ist rates from Columbua to Butte, Ana
conda and Helena, Montana, 920; Spo
kane, Wenatchee and intermediate
points $22.50; Portland, Tacoma, Seattle
125; San Francisco, Los Angeles, San
Diego $25. Special rates to many other
points west. W. H. Benhah, Agent.
Corn, old ahelled ? bound 28
Oats, new $ bushel 25
Barley bushel 25
Bye bushel 35
Hogs V cwt 6 003 6 60
Fatsteers-ycwt 4 00
Fatoows-cwt 2 253 00
Stock steers- cwt 3 OOtJ 4 00
Pototoes-V bushel. 20
Butter V t. 12 20
Egga- doaen. 120
Markets corrected every Tuesday af
ternoon. CMwffiti Mffrapbic Oitfit
Drawnia Caaaera. FHaa.
Anybody can make pictures with
-this outfit and all
WlttoH a Dark-Rwwin.
No. 2 Brownie Caawra for
-, &33vMm $2.68
Brownie Derelopin Machine 2.W
Brownie DeTelojBiag Maehiae Oatfit.. . .
Flexo Printing Vraae. JB
1 Dos. 2UzS)4 Dekko .15
2 Dekko DerelopiaK Powders.... M
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Hbthing more appropriate for the
young folks for Christmas. There's
lots of pure fun in photography and
there'a education too.
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poorly dreeeed man is afntid io pimli
ahead it briug his :!utues into
prominence, and this roakM him un
comfortable. He usualiy eHe rrttd.v-to-wear
clothing. Sometime it fita
him and sometime it doesn't. It
gets worn and shabby, und still lie is
compelled to wear it. For nbout the
prict of ready-mad ciuihs we could
have made him an el.iut suit, per
fect fit, "style and tlnith. A full line
of fall goods.
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aaTI na ageat far the eld reliable
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bua, Ohio, which ia a suafsisat guaraa
teeol attiefly arst-olaas goods.
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YEAR QNE DOLLAR
T11ILGI CHS CILllllS Tl CIICAG0
Via TJniam Pacific asm dueagv,
Milwaukee St Fail Line.
Xlv virf nn nf triA nAW traffic narreement
k.miii ha TTninn 1HAifiA TL R and thA
Chicago, Milwaukee k St. Paul Ry there
nae been esianusnea a new wrougn-car
mntA hntwaen the Pacific Coast snd
Chicago via these respective lines.
J. ma service oi uirouau i" "lTOyi
tAtirial aloAnMw. and free reclinins? chair
cars, wss inaugur atedSunday, Jan. 4th,
and in future ail trains east sua west Be
tween Chicago and the Coast via the U.
p. and n. TO". & St. P. Rv.'s will be oper
ated in conjunction and psaaengers will
no longer be required u cnange cars or
wait at any point en route, xnree oauy
traina each way.
The Omaha-Chicago short line of the
Chicago, Milwaukee k St. Paul By., ia
ik. aimrfwt Milmail KnA hotan thA
two cities. The roadbed u excellent and
for most of the distance the line u double
tracked. The block system or. ssrety
signals ia used. This line haa long been
noted for speed, safety, and comfort.
The equipment of the new line fully aus
taina the high reputation of both roada.
The limited traina are heated by steam
and lighted by electricity. Each berth
in aleeping cars is equipped with electric
reading lsmpn which may be turned oa?
or on at any time during the night. If
you dont care to sleep read!
Passenger via this new route will have
the added advantage of the Union Pas
senger Station, Canal and Adams street,
nhiMon in ttiA hnart nf the tdtv. Good
connections are made with trains for the
east and south. m
Train Na 4 leavea Columbua dady at
5.-00 a. m. and arrives Chicago at 9tt p.
m. Thia train carries througn ires re-clining-chair
cars and through palace
nv.ii! n i. ! limumoiii umt mm
25 p. m. and arrives unicago as oust a.
mn rphia train fsiriftB throuah free TO-
clining-cbair cars and through palace
Train Na 2 leaves Columbus daily at
kjvt . w. n1 BrriTAa Ghienan at 9fS a
m. This train carries through palace
aleeping-cara and coaches from umana.
Vnv full information in reward tOBleeo-
ieaT-car reservations, through tickets,
trains, aad rates, apply to any Union
Pacific Agent, or write
- F. A. NASH,
General Western Agent.
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Traveling Freight aam Fasseager Ageat
J D. STIRE8.
TTOBValT AT LAW.
OBecOliv St., foartb door north of First
W. A. MaAxxisraa. W. M . CeasBXis
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Have you seem the Taaison atlas we
are offering our subscribers? Ask to sea
oae aad yon will be convinced that yoa
need it in your home. Only 13140 pays
for oaa of these large books aad a yeara
S FOR X
I Stoves! Stoves! I
J ajaMsaiafcbaSWaiaMSfc - - - - i - A
If in need of a Stove of any kind you conduit
your best interest by railing on me to get my
prices. For the next o0 day3 I propose to iiiuke
prices that will move them before taking my in
ventory. If you nei n Stove be sure to call
as I will surely save you money. Respectfully;
I C. S. EASTON. j
"Dear Old Swansea Far Away
AND ALL THE LATEST MUSIC OF THE DAY.
"A PERFECT MU3ICM,
Bring your catalogues from the mail order concerns and we
will discount any and all prices. Our terms the lest and.
prices the lowest. We make a specialty of Sheet Music
One-half off on all publications.
wlllvv Mmnssrasi VuwIVV MlassMasty
THEY'RE here mow, ao yoa
will mot have te wait.
Bright, maw amd kamdaome,
each omm mtrfectly fniahed
amd the ptattfait lima ewer showm
im Gslasabma. No madam trap
piags om these awgiem the price
ia mat iato awaterial, workman
ship amd faith. Each one ia
ready to mkcm your morse to, and
the price won't make a heavy load
to cmrrv. They're here, but
they're going. Can't I send one
your way? Inquiry amd iaspec
tiom desired. : : : i : : :
Cfpllf'S InOwlfwf Ui Ifwwwwf,
Wai. J. Zamersek, Agamt.
Now ia the tiaie to hand me your or
der for an Incubator or Brooder to in
sure delivery on abort notice. They cam
be seen in operation at my establish
smaat. I have also a line of first-premium
atock, from which yoa can obtain
in season, usil ana see my yams.
WH. J. KEISEMMCK,
Columbus, - Nebraska.
Tk great reaMdy for nerron
im vtucr . m
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off TDbaeeoorOalaau wklch lead
to care or
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wosaaahood. aidlnjf develomiieiit of amaa mmA ln)r
hmowm remedy for womem
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aroatratioa and aU disi
Off tkj mmi mtm
wnvu rnnuumo. m ullu
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Yoatarai Errors, areata!
d iaaaauT. '
Sold as fl.
They overcome Weak
aes irregularity aad
omissions. lBcraM iw.
or and banish "paiae
to girls at
equals them. Caaaot do harai-lifs
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no efjjaaaeai as ammjgmwm9-jQ.
For Ssle by C. HlMBOrTPTO.
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