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DILATORY COUNTY CLERKS
Representatives of Lancaster and Qago
Failed to Eopoit
INCLINED TO FAVOR THE PLAN
One of the Officer * Ilefugcn to Rxptnln llio
\VorMnir * of tlio Mnrtgnca In *
dobtmlticii Ilecurd Ln\r
In llli Ulitrlct.
LINCOLN , Nob. , Juno 29. ( Special to the
flEB.l Thn first year's report of tbo
Vrorklngn of tbo mortgaged indobtod-
taets record law will bo ready as
eon as the reports from Gage
nd Lancaster counties shall have boon re
ceived. No reports have boon received from
Oago during the entlro year , tbo county
cleric of that county declining to make the
reports on the ground that ho simply didn't
have to. Ho vrai vlsltod by the onlot clerk
.of the statistical bureau yesterday and after
Hbe importance and urgency of tbo matter
had been explained to him ho cheerfully
Krocd to tnuko up and forward his "report
with in a few days. The work has not boon
dona In Lancaster county on account of lack
of clerical help.
Another Crossing Complaint.
, The Hoard of Supervisors of Clay county
have filed a complaint atralnst the Colorado
< k Nebraska branch of tbo C. & M.
railroad to the Stale Board of Trans
portation. Tbo complaint specifies that
that on May 12 , 1801 , the county board declared
clarod that tbo defendant's crossing on the
' octlon line between sections 19 and 30 m
Logan townsblp was insuniclont and unsafe.
The railroad rompany was requested to con-
" "struct a grade crossing at the point specified ,
not les * than ihroo rods wide , with a fence
or guard rails on both bides suniolont to pro-
Vontsloclc from running oft the grado. Up
to data tbo company has not scon lit tn com
ply with the request , and the matter has
been laid befuro the State Board of Trans
portation. Secretary 1)11 worth has notified
the company > md July 13 has been sot for an
I'nrdoncil by the Governor.
vVhcn Governor Boyd started for Omaha
this afternoon ho had securely buttoned In
his innido pocket a pardon duly slgnod and
eonlud ( or Edward Huddard , the station
Dgont at Portal , in Sarpy county , who was a
sliort I line slnco convicted of adultery with
ono Mrs. Paterson and sentenced to eleven
months' imprisonment In tbo state peniten
tiary and to pay a flno of 8200 and costs.
Governor Bnyd not only pardoned Huddard ,
tout remitted the flno and costs. Huddard Is
now In tbo Douglas county Jail and was to
have been brought to tbo state penitentiary
ArteslnnVclli In Nebraska.
A tabulated statement has been prepared
t tbo oftlco of the bureau of Industrial sta
tistics showing the results of the efforts to
promote Irrigation la Nebraska by moans of
Artesian wells. There nro ninety-one artesian
wells in the state having an average depth of
347 feet , The average cost of each well was
J17H and the average discharge per minute is
thirteen gallons. These wolU nro confined
to five counties. Holt county having forty
two , Cedar thirty-six , Knox eight , Dlxon
four and Mcl'borson ono. The results of the
experiments in this stnto can scarcely bo
called successful , as far as scouring water
for Irrigation Is concerned. No Honing wells
bavo been found Ibrouehout central and
\vostorn NoDraskn. At Beatrice a well has
been drilled to a depth of nearly l.ttOO feel
Without success. Another deep wall al
Hastings has been abandoned at a depth ol
over 1,100 feet.
Ooiilp at the State House.
The case of Nolllo B.V colts ot al. agalnni
tbo Palmer Deposit bank was tiled in the supreme
promo court today. It comes from Morrlck
B. A. Smith against First National bank
of Crete is tbo title of another case filed in
the surprcmo court today.
Suprorno court will meet tomorrow morn-
M Ing at < J o'clob'U for the purpose of handing
down opinions. No now business will betaken
General O. J. Dllwortb
! < , department com-
) tnander of the Nebraska Grand Army of the
A Republic , was n stuto liouso visitor today.
Tbo Stuto Hoard of Transportation today
Bent out tlio blanks for the annual reports of
the railroad companios- doing business In
The UsU ot Indemnity school bonds re-
1 cenlly selected by Land Commissioner
_ t Humphrey and Slate Draughtsman Schlegcl
JIBte In the Valentino , Chadron , Broken Bow and
T Alllnnco districts were made out and forwarded -
warded to the general land ofllco at Wasb-
Ington. Tbo list comprises about 32,000
State Treasurer O'Connor of Now Hamp
shire wus a caller at the state houio this
Tbo ens eof the state ex rel Crows against
the county commissioners of Hitchcock
county was tiled In tbo supreme court this
Judge Johnson of Topeka , Kan. , was a
state bouse caller today. .
Governor Boyd this afternoon appointed
W. West of 'Polk county an alternate
mbor of the Nebraska Columbian cominls-
) lion , vlca John P. Hondorson.
Hchool lloiirit Mnniruatu.
President Wickcrsham and ' Secretary
Bowers of the Lincoln Board of Education
Issued nn address lo Iho people of Iho city
tbli afternoon , calling attention to the fact
that on next Saturday will tnkn 'place the
oloutlon on the -proposition to vote J100.0UO
for Iho purpose of creating a High school
bulldidg. They explain that the proposition
is miido necessary by tha largo increase in
the number of pupils of all grades In that
section of tbo city ndjitcont to mill surround-
iiig the present Central school , and that by
tbo time llio now building can bo finished
there will bo more pupils in that part of the
city limn can bo accommodated in both tlio
now building and the present one. The
board Is renting from six to eight rooms out-
Ida thc.Cenlral building , botldos using three
rooms In the basement of that school.
Mrs. U. W. Ciiinp mill Duiiglilor Hurt ,
Mrs. P. W , Camp anil daughter Miriam
v.-cru thrown from n buggy ibis morning. Iho
formcrsuslainlng Injuries of a painful though
not serious nature. Mrs. Camp was driving
on L street when the horse attached tn the
carriage took friidit aud bocarao unniaiiago-
nblo , Tlio frightened animal Jumped over a
low picket fence in front of N. b. Harwond'a
rosId011co ami tho.buggr demolished. Mrs.
Camp was t brown violently aealnst a post
and < TUH picked up unconscious. She was
oared for at. the Harwood residence all day ,
but was this evening removed to her homo.
Her daughter , escaped with u few bruises ,
being thrown ever tha fence onto the thick
teriua of the luwa.
Cminplrml Acnliut Her Fntlior.
A curious case was fllod in Judgn Lansing's
court ibis morning involving a daughter's in-
praUiuilo to an aged father. It wai filed by
Grlllllli S. Uonluy against tils daughter ,
Marian Kcofor , and her husband , Wlllard
Kcoiir. Coolov allouos that in 1KS2 ho deeded
Ills homo In Cass county to his dauchtur.
Four years later die married Keafor and < le-
cllncu to dead him uaek his homo. Ho claims
that his duughtor und her husband bnvo on-
tcrod into a cniuplraoy to defraud him , ul-
login ? that ICoofur bat sold tbo land and
with the proceeds nought anoihur piece of
laud , which be now holds as his own ,
l.lnoulii In llrli'f.
F. F. Newton reported to ihe police ibis
morning that during thu abionco ot his fam
ily from hU homo ia 1100 U nlrout the boune
wan erilored by sneak tlilovoj , v.'ho got away
with f3 and u nuinbor or valuable artlolos.
The rc ldeneo of S. C. Swun nt IIKJ'J ' T
stroot. wus slightly damaged by Uro ibis
The slate convention of the poopl&'s independent >
pendent party will bo held In ibis city to
morrow. The Independent congressional
ronvontloi. for the Flril district will also beheld
Tlinlr Play Suilly JttinlUtlo.
PALISADE , Nob. , Juna 29.- [ Special Telo-
grain to THE BKB.J Fred Nowktrk , residing
ucur ibis place , need 10 , died tbU uiorulng.
Ha was ahot lau Sunday by Marcuy Me-
Cormiok , ugod 15. Tha ball uutorod bis ford-
lioad. Thu boys wore playing Indian ,
llolmrotl Hnaura * H Victim.
SinxBT , Neb , , Juno 20. [ Special Telegram
to TUB BBK.J Complaint was Oled yostor-
flay uy LouU Htlmrod. state oil inspector ,
< K -o-
. scJ )
TH H THEM AL
JLJ * * r- * ' , ,
'V I.-J Bought to sell to the men and boys in Omaha by a man who spent a half a century in the busi
ness , the stock of clothing now being closed out by Hellman's administrator stands without a
peer. He knew the wants of the people out here because he lived among them for years and
years and made their wants his life study. ' Is it any wonder , then , that Hellman's administra
tor has no trouble in disposing of the goods to the envy of every clothing house in the west ?
No comparison can be made with" this Hellman's administrator's closing sale and any other sale
that has or may spring into existence. Suits are cut down in price until customers are ashamed
to ask a little more off. Pants from $12 and $15 suits , the coat and vest being sold , go
at most any price. Hellman's $4 fancy worsted pants in light colors , stripes and plaids , go at
$2.50. Extraordinarily large.or small men will get $5 pants for $3. 35c neckties for 15c ; 50c
ones for 25c. Black satin madras and outing flannel shirts 50c , Hellman. sold some of them * for
. .dV $1.25. Genuine all silk shirts , $1.50 , for which everybody gets $4. Hellman's 25c half hose 15c ,
in brown , ecru and solid black. All through the stock this same tale might be prolonged , but
comedo the store or send a mail order and if you are not pleased it won't be the fault of
* , . . '
ADMINISTRATOR'S CLOSING SALE ,
COR. IStli A.ND KAR.NAM © TS.
- - . -Hid V0--- , , , _ , , .
- olni , - > ,
against J. U. Young , a dealer In general
merchandise at Lodge Polo , for a violation
of the state oil law. Young was arraigned
this morning before Judeo Do Castro and
plead guilty of the charge , whereupon the
court Impoiod a flno of 3100 and costs.
8i < : uuuii > A
Ci e Acnl" " ' Kx-TreHSurer Paul of Adams
County Il | ildly I'roKroinlntr.
HASTINGS , Nob. , Juno ! i'J.-SDOcial Telegram -
gram to Tun Bnis.J At .last , after many
delays , Charles II. Paul Is on trial In the dis
trict court on the charge of embezzling pub
lic money. At 0 o'clock this morning the
task of selecting a Jury was resumed. A host
of talesmen were present and the work of ex
amination proceeded busily until 8:30 : "p. m. ,
when tha last juror was secured.
The twelve men who will try Mr. Paul
nro J. H. Pope , Thomas Houston , S. A.
Nash , Joseph"Stanner , Richard Splcnoll ,
Jacob Stem , \V. J. Clark , J. B. Johnson ,
j. C. Daughorty , J. H. Steele , B. F. Evans
and H. H. Wilson. The county attorney
maao his opening statement The defend
ant's theory as propounded by Attorney Mc-
Uroary In a brief speech Is that proof will
show that Paul has accounted for every
dollar coming Into his possession , therefor
any embezzlement Is denied.
6. B. Blgelovv , county clerk , was called and
gave testimony which will bo used us a foun
dation for the ontlro case. Election book No.
'J of 1887 wa * offered in evidence to show
Paul's olllcial relation as treasurer and the
olllclal bond record was submitted. Mr.
Blgelow was excused with the understand
ing that ho might bo recalled when wished.
The counsel on both sides wished tn adjourn
until ! 3 o'clock tomorrow morning as they
claim that the process of the case could bo
expedited by such an adjournment. The
court horrified the attorneys by suggesting
that the adjournment bo made until 8 o'clock
in tbo morulnir. but after u little persuasion
It was sot for 0. The Jury was allowed to
separate after being duly cautioned.
Kdltor King Declared latnne.
LiTcuriEi.n , Nob. , Juno 29.-Speclal | to
TUB BuB-l Fred P. King , ono of the flrm of
Bradley & King , editors and publishers of
the Lltchtleld Monitor , arrived from Urand
Island la an insane condition yesterday. Ha
left bora last Friday upoarnntly fairly
well. Grand Island authorities came
with him to this place. He was allowed to"
walk the streets and do as bo pleased. Astdo
from hallooing and wild gesticulations ho
did nothing to cause tbo least alarm. About
ono hour later bo was placed in a carriage
and liken to Loup City and placed In the
bauds of the proper authorities. No direct
cause for tbo trouble Is known , except an
overtaxed nervous system. Mr. King sev
eral years ago had 9 similar attack und was
rosto'rod itt the Lincoln asylum. '
(5ll\NI > ISLAXD , Nob. , Juno 2 ! ) . [ Special
Telegram to Tin : BBE. ! Editor King of the
Lttcbflold Monitor was taken to tbo asylum
ot Norfolk today by Sherman county ofllclals.
lluln .11 uk of Mullinurna lit Work.
NRUOK , Nob. , Juno 29. [ Special to TUB
linn. ] Melbourne , llio rain maker , Is hero
operating on thn top of the court houso. A
public mooting of citizens was hold at the
opurti house yesterday and $1,000 , guaranteed
011 condition Melbourne would bring ono-half
In oil of rain in thrcu days. Tbo operations
of Mr. Melbourne nro secret. Tbo people
buvo considerable faith In the system.
Melbourne undertook to produce ram in
tliroo days and In case ho does not bo gets
no pay. The country about hero needs rain
The sky was clear this morning. Reports
from Hud Cloud , Hubron and points north
Indicate a clear skv. This afternoon clouds
gathered aud a few drops ot rain full. A
wind arose about 5 o'clock und drove tbo
clouds to the Boutn. There are many Indi
cations of ruin touixht. Heavy clouds hang
off to the south.
lndhiu Murk iii ii t llelluvue.
BKI.I.EVUE , Nob. , .luuoL'9. [ Special to THE
BUR.J A company of Indian soldiers are at
tbo rlllo runyo aud uro drawing largo crowds
of visitor ) jluity. A dotalj of men uro now at
work preparing the range for the competi
Ir , l.vwli Acquitted.
NKHIUSKA Crrr , Neb , , Juno 29 , [ Special
to Tut : BEB. J The case apaltm Dr. Charles
I ) . Lewis , a pbyslclan of Burr , Owe county ,
was board In district court yesterday. Tbo
doctor was charged with shooting with
Intent to kill one MoNutt. From tbo evl-
donco It appeared tbat Lewis acted entirely
In self defense , and a verdict of not guilty
was returned. The doctor had boon In Jail
hero slnco March , being unable to furnish
Charles Jones and James Cook , tbo Wyom
ing chicken tbiovos , wore found guilty
yesterday and will co to the pen. Alonzo
Moore , another member of the gang , asked
for a separata trial.
Hustings' Sellout .Superintendent.
HASTINGS , Nob. , Juno 20. [ Special to THE
BEK. ] A bard fight has boon made on the
appointment of superintendent of the Hast
ings city schools. Prof. J. B. Monlux , who
has been superintendent of the city schools
for a number of years , has been a bono of
contention with a nuinbor of the school
board. Last night at a board mooting a
number of applications for the position nold
by Prof. Monlux were presented. After
seven ballots , Prof. Brown ot Micblgan was
chosen to fill the pluco for the ensuing year.
BELLEVDE , Nob. , June29. [ Special to Till !
BKE.J The annual school mooting last night
passed off very smoothly , being the tirst
school mooting bold bora for years without a
row of some sort. W. C. Buel was elected
treasurer and A. H. Hood director to fill va
cancy for ono year.
Klllclunt Work Hliown.
BBATUICE , Nob. , Juno 29. [ Special Tele
gram to TUB BEE. ] Tbo closing oxorclsos
of tbo tcaool department of the Institute for
imbocllo youtbs In this city took place today.
A number of loading citizens wore present
and tbo exorcises were replete with Interest.
It comprised singing , , drills with wands ,
dumb bells and rlugs apd showed remarkable -
able ofllciency on tbo part of the unfortu
nates. There nro now 140 pupils at the Insti
tute and at least forty of these are suf
ficiently advanced Intellectually to bo per
mitted to visit their homos for thn summer
Kntortnlnail Tliolr Friends.
LiTciii'ir.i.i ) , Nob. , Juno 29. [ Special Telegram -
gram to TUB BEB. ] The Ancient Order of
United Workman ledge of this' place enter
tained a largo number of bretbron from
Mason , Ravenna and Loup City and many
Invited auests this evening. They were ad
dressed by Grand Muster Workman J , U.
Tuto , after which they banqueted their
brethren and friends at the Hotel Lltobllold.
Heutrico Chitutnuiiua Ojiomnsr.
UKATKICE. Neb. , Juno 29. [ Spoclnl Tele
gram to THE Bbc.j The Beatrice Chautau-
qua assembly opens here tomorrow under
the most favorable auspices. There is every
prouilso of a big attendance. Tbo first big
day will bo educational day , Saturday , July
2. Excursions are promised from all quar
ters of the btato.
llurirlnrft n | I'apllllou.
PAI-II.UON' , Nob. , Juno 29. | Spoclal to THE
BEE. ] Dann Bros.1 general merchandise
store at ibis place was robbed last night.
The tbiovos forced tbo street door and helped
themselves totbo goods , A few suits of
clothes , some shoes and a lot ot Jewelry \vero
carried off. No clew to the tblevos ,
thu . - ' .
Apropos I.lvm-ymun'ii right.
Tbo lioonso inspector , W. K. Vnughn. In
sists tbat ho Is on the rlirht track In his ef
forts to collect , license rnocoy from the liver ;
stable mou , notwithstanding that some of
the councilman declare that ho has gene
poynud his Jurisdiction ,
Mr. Vaughu lUshes ordlnaiico No. 1008 ,
unproved February 18 , IBll'J , which provides .
that all carrlagee , hucua , coaobos and otbor
vehicles kept for hire shall pay a llco' '
The inspootor says that ilm prdl > *
legal unoUKb , but that ' j * ' NBW
forced. He also " " " *
the city attorK
, , . ra fn
& | : ; jg I Cl
NEW YOHK , JunoN a. , KB 'sw
who has made the Journoy' A/.a LjaiJ iiwjtbi
clsco here on foot , arrived yesterday at '
noon. Ho left San Frauolnco February ! iJ
last , intending to complete bU journey in
lill days. Ho arrived hero nix days ahead of
time , averaging twenty-six tulles a day.
Verillot on tlio llurrUhurg Wreck.
lUiiiiisnimo , Pa. , Juno 2U. TUo coroner's
Jury has found Operator liaycs , the ;
and tbo engineer ot the second section guilty
of uoglcct , and has consuroa ttiu Pennsyl
vania company us u result of Its Investiga
tion Into tbo cause of the Ute wreck ,
City Couuell Oeoldos ItvlVlIt liave None of
Whlto for Curbing.
Tbo members of the city oounoll got to
gether last night and la loss thnn an hour
they had straightened out the curbing or-
dlnanco , so that tboro U a strong probability
that curbing will begin ere many days.
The ordinance as originally introduced
provided for wluto Colorado sandstone. Mr.
Lowry moved an amendment to substitute
rod for whlto Colorado sandstone.
Mr. Spocht said that It the wblto stone
wont red should also go and lot the ordinance
provide for simply .Colorado stono. The
matter should bo loft to the pronorty owners
alone the streets.
Mr. Lowry replied that tbo contractors
had bid 53 cents on the rod and 63 cants on
the vrblto stone. All ho wanted was to have
the contract lot to the lowest bidder.
City Attorney Connell was called for. Ho
sala , to avoid any legal complications , bo
cousldorod it wise to take the rod stone bids.
Tbo matter was wholly In the hands of tbo
Mr. Lowry said that tbo Union Pacific and
the D. & M. railroads were the kickers.
Mr. Soocht clung to the opinion that if tha
property owners wanted granite for curbing
they should have It if they were willing to
pay the prices.
Tbo word "whlto , " as appllod to Colorado
flandslono , was strlckon from the ordinance
and as amended It passed. The Board of
Public Works was tbon Instructed to niako a
contract with the lowest blddor at tbo former
lotting. This moans that Hugh Murpby
ccts tbo contract , amounting to aoout US,000
feet at 53 cents per lineal foot.
The ordinance providing for the appropri
ation of money to nurchaso the parli lands
The ordinance providing for the payment
ol tbo expenses of tbo recent special oloctlon
was read a thtrd tlmo and passed. City
Attorney Conuoll pave as his opinion that
registrars were entitled to $3 per day , or ft )
for their ontuo service ; that JudRca and
clerks of election , were entitled to (0 each , in
this case , by agreement oao-half was paid by
Tbo Items of oxponio in tbo ordinance
were as follows : Special police , 283 ; regis
trars , a,8IO ; Judges , 1U17 ; clerks , $528 ;
rontfor registrant. i54 ; rent for election ,
? 380 ; total , * . ,180.
Mr. Munro urged if judges nnd clerks
were to receive suub small compensation it
would be Impossible to get raeu who would
servo at future elections.
City Attorney Connell replied tbat it was
something tbat be could not help , ho being
unable to obango the state law.
The monthly appropriation' read a
third lima und pussod in order to allow the
city employes to secure their Juno wages be
fore the Fourth of July. ,
Thu report of the cbalrrhan of the board of
equalization wus duo.lfcut Chairman Munro
said it was not vcady . , Thou Mr. Munro
roasted tbo members of his committee for
not attending the meetings of the board.
DoWitt's Sarsapareia cleanses the blood ,
Increases the appotlt and tonoi up tbe sys
tern. It has bonolittoa many p30plowbo
have suffered from blood disorders. . It will
George F. MoNutt , traveling passenger
agent of the M. Katy road , as it is callo J In
this section of the country , beamed upon
local ofllclnls yesterday.
Tbo Kansas City , Wyandotte & Northwestern -
western railway is out with circulars an
nouncing tbo appointment of L. F. Moore to
bo acting auditor of the road ana W. F.
Bellalrs to be commercial agent at Beatrice ,
Nob. The circular announcing the appoint
ment of Mr. Moore it , dated ahead to July
1 , but Is signed as approved by Newman
Erb , rccolvor , who retired from the office
For the bucolio thousands who llvo be
tween Omaha and Manhattan , Kan. , and
who desire to assist in naming the candidate
of the people's party for president.the Union
Pacific will run a train from the latter place ,
leaving there Saturday morning.
Four cars of Ancient Order of United
Workmen delegates returning from the na
tional convention at Helena wont east on
No. 8 yesterday via tbo Burlington.
A. B. Smith , assistant general passenger
agent of the Burlington , says ; "Tho very
best tblng that bos boon done to aid emi
gration to Nebraska is to bo found in the
wrltoups of counties now being published
in THE BEE. Every editor of every local
paper in this state should urge upon his sub
scribers the Importance of sending two or
three copies of THE BEE containing these ex
haustive reviews to eastern friends. In that
way creating a personal Interest in the state
that nothing else could do. TUB BEE Is to
bo complimented on Its enterprise , fot' the
showings made are truly magnificent. "
The rlvor at Sioux City shows a rise of
four-tenths of a foil in the last twenty-four
hours. It is stationary at Omaha.
Da Witt's Saraaparllla aostroys suon pol
sons as scrofula , skin dittoaso , czoma , rbou
matism. Its timely usosavos many lives.
Wadding * .
Last night at Trinity cathedral Miss Opal
"Walto'iouzalln , daughtor'of Mrs. G. E. Tou-
zalm of 2108 Chicago street , was married to
Lieutenant S. E. Sparrow , U. S. A. Dean
Gardner road the service.
At tbo homo of Mr. and Mrs. William
Stadoltnan , 14U2 South Twenty-eighth street ,
Miss Lilian Stadolmtta and Albert W. Craw
ford of Peorln were married by Rov. John
Williams of St. Barnabas.
Both affairs were exceedingly fashionable. .
Bo sure and use Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing
syrup for your children while toothing. ii5
cents a bottlo.
New Yorl Live Sr SJ
VanK. June 2U.-UKWGTOBJUIO 6MOKINQTODACCO
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J tbo unnatural tilt'chargei and
I private dl eu f of men and llio
debilitating neakneu ( xcullar
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lays without the old or
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- - AND -
Pension Its in Palaw
That is the sort of thing
. Bee Bureau of Claims was or
ganized to correct. The
Bureau believes in giving
the veterans the benefit of
the laws that were passed
to help them. It wages
war on the sharks consequently
quently the sharks don't like
it. But as long as the sol
diers aie grateful it is satis
fied. If you are a veteran ,
or the widow , child or de
pendant parent ol a veteran ,
write to Tr.e Baa Bureau of
Claims and find out how
much the government is
willing to do for you.
Bee Bureau of Claims
Omaha , Neb.
The bioyolo of tomorrow mny bo
bettor thnn the blcyclo of today
The Columbia of today is the boat of
the day It cannot bo batter until It
is mndo better It cannot bo made
better until modern mechanics advance -
vance unto another piano of suc
cessful accomplishment In these
duy < ) the Columbia will load as in
the days.of . now.
All about Culumlilni , il IJUKOB of poitlvH jr
II Illiulrulloiiif , free lit uiif Columbia
RKoncjr ornnntlir umll ( or two 2 com utampt.
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1IIJOU OrKllA CP. "Trlp to India. "
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1OO. TO ALL * , 1OO.
Ttie tor Ticket * 60 aud 10o.
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