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Tv?e-Tq 3&&it&&STI&i - - -" ',- 3 .- fr ," - V En&ausa Hat U,U7t, gIumtms gourttaL CoUiabtw, Zfebr at the PoatoBee,ColmiAw.IMrnw mail matter. rr- M. Limn ft N. loracBwmmsox: Om ".J ix .71 Tkrso . WEDHB8DAT. JANUARY. 14, 1MB. Subscribers of tan Jor- al:-Pleae look at tan data .oppo site yoar uai on tae snapper of your Journal or on the aaargla of Tae Journal. Up to tale date, yoar abecripUoa la paid or for. Tn Nebraska state poultry tkm will hold its animal meeting and ovhiut in TJnooln during the week of January 19-24. The board of edacation of Fremont have already about completed arrange meats for the engagement of Her. Gun aaalas of Chicago, to deliver the High school commencement oration in the spring. Jakuaby 14th in the items of history is oneof importance. On that date ia 1643 Dr. John Boyse died, one of the most noted among the translators of the Bible into English. In 1781 American con gress ratified the Paris treaty of peace with Great Britain. The same date ia 1893 occarred the revolution in Hawaii, when Queen Liliookalani wasdepoeed. Nebraska and snrroanding states have experienced some pretty cold weather the past few days, as well as southern and eastern states. Ia cities where coal is scarce, great suffering is reported. In Chicago a few deaths here occurred from freezing; one old lady was found huddled near a store, dead, for want of fuel to keep apthe fire. Monday afternoon, a joint committee representing the Union Pacific boiler makers and machinists district lodges and the local blacksmiths' unions, acting jointly, went to Union Pacific head qaartors to meet President Bart to ask for arranging a conference at a later day mutually agreeable. This is ia accord ance with the agreement made in New York. The Cincinnati Enquirer is responsi ble for this one: In the public school at Durant, Miss., the teacher asked the definition of words the children spelled. "Succeed" came to a little boy who was at a loss for its meaning. "Think, Wil lie," the teacher said. "Do yon know anyone in school who succeeds?" "John nie Gray sucks eggs," he answered. "I never saw him suck seeds." Jancaby 19, General Ijee's birthday is observed as a public holiday in Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Vir ginia and Alabama. January 8, the anniversary of the battle of New Orleans, is a public holiday in Louisiana, Jan uary 1, New Year's day, is a public holi day in all the states, including the Dis trict of Columbia, Arizona and New Mexico, except Massachusetts, sippi and New Hampshire. A bill probably will be introduced at this session of the legislature for a law prohibiting the playing of football at any of the public educational institu tions of the state. The argument in favor of the bill is that football is a menace to life, limb and health and that it is not necessarily the best amusement for developing the mind of the student along lines fitting him to follow the or dinary peaceful pnrsuits of life. At a meeting of sugar beet growers at Hersbey Friday Mr. Leavitt of the Standard Beet Sugar company of Ames stated he would erect at that place a modern factory it 5,000 acres of toets could be raised and that he would erect and maintain a testing and weighing station this year for 600 acres. They are sure of this from either the American Beet Sugar company or the Standard. The prospects for a factory in 1904 are good. A dispatch from Sydney, G R, of last Friday says: "Marconi will leave here Monday for Cape Cod to give atten tion to the completion of the wireless Trans-Atlantic station at that point. He took advantage of Thursday night's snow storm to test the behavior of the wireless system under adverse weather conditions. Messages were seat to Eng land successfully. There was a severe storm also on the English coast at the time, bat the messages went across without a hitch. Fxrro, the monomaniac who on Sun day afternoon fired at a carriage in the royal procession in which the duke of Solomayer, the grand chamberlain, was supposed to be riding, which caused the circulation of reports that an attempt had been made on the life of King Al fonso in Madrid, is shown by letters found upon him to have a wife and two children living in Buenos Ayres, Argen tine. The Spanish government has tel egraphed there for information regard ing Feito's antecedents. A dkustbous collision occurred near Harper's station on the Union Pacific, 100 miles west of Laramie, Wyoming, at daybreak Sunday, resulting in the in stant death of Fireman Edward Scsleell of Cheyenne, who was caught between the tender and boiler head of his engine and crashed and roasted. BrauemanH. 8. Weicks of Laramie, was found lying on top of the dead fireman, having sus tained injuries that will probably prove fatal. . Eagiaeer J. D. Binder of Chey enne, received a crushed foot and was taken to a Denver hospital where the foot will be amputated. Goybbkob Savage gave it eat that a i-thM-' ia Lincoln had accepted money from convicts in the penitentiary to obtain their liberty and had then made ao effort to do so. The ministerial asso ciation of that city appointed a commit tee to wait upon the governor andarge kem to give the name of the "preacher to he referred and relieve them of unjust aspersions. The governor 1 the Bev. Mr. Binglsy, whereupon a a it pastor of the city sad iber of the ministerial aaso- NEBRASKA CORN SHOW. The corn crop last saauner was not up to the average in Platte county either in quality or quantity: But compared to other counties,, PlaMc can probably show as good an exhibit as any ia the state. The following cHjaping, from the Ne braska Farmer ebeuld boot interest to every farmer, ana T-bjoobbai. aopss that some of our readers may carry off some of the prises: The Nebraska Corn Improvers' Asso ciation and Nebraska 8tate Board of Agricaltare will hold a corn show in Tsatnls. Xeb iat the Armory of the University of Nebraska, January 20th to 24th, 1908.' The following rales will govern the show: (1.) Each exhibit shall consist of 10 ears, and mast have been grown by the exhibitor in the season of 1902; and no exhibitor shall make more than two entries of any one variety. (2.) All exhibits must be put in place by the owner, without expense to the Association, not later than by 12 o'clock m. of Tosadsy, January 20, 1903. (3.) The corn in Class A shall be judg ed by the scale of points adopted by the Association at its meeting on September 3, 1902, and by the variety standards adopted by a committee of the Associa tion on December 2, 1902. (4.) Judging shall begin at 12 o'clock m. on January 20, and shall be complet ed as soon as may be thereafter, when the exhibits shall be thrown open to the inspection of the public. PBKMTUHS. Class A. One hundred dollars shall be paid in cash preauams for named varie ties of field com, to be judged under rale three (3). The premium money shall be prorated to all exhibits scoring 80 points sad above, on the basis of points scored. In addition to the above, three cash prizes, to be awarded by comparison, shall be offered in classes for field corn, sweet corn and popcorn. It is open, without entry fees, to every farmer in Nebraska, And it is earnestly desired that hundreds of farmers compete with exhibits in the show. Prof. T. IxLyon, Lincoln, Neb, Secre tary of the Corn Improvers Association will furnish full particulars for exhibi tors. Write him if you have corn that yoa can show. Monday's Omaha Bee says: "E. B. Thaw of New York is in Omaha trying to interest local capital in the manufac ture of paper from the pith and fiber of cornstalks. The results are produced by a patented device which is being operated iu Illinois successfully, it is said, by the company which secured the rights of the inventor. It is averred by the company that the product of the corn stalks can be made in imitation of the higher grades of linen papers, as well as taking the place of the pulp papers which are now generally used for news papers and cheaper publications. Sam ples of the paper which have passed through the pulp mill only are shown in support of the claim of the company. By products from the manufacture of paper are cellulose and a stock food. The patentee of the device insists the machine will separate the pith from the fiber, permitting the treatment of each by a different process, so that the pith can be used as a filler while the fiber is asedasa binder for the paper, but sam ples of paper made from the separate products are shown. It is said that one of the pith papers will supersede parafin paper as a wrapper for butter and simi lar goods, as it is impervious to both water and grease, while a pasteboard can be produced equal in all respects to the pulp board now in use." Omaha .residents believe in expansion, and some of their ambitious citizens have sent the following proposition to be placed before the state legislature: "An important measure to be laid before the Nebraska legislature at the present ses sion will be one to provide for a Greater Omaha. The bill anticipates the consol idation of Omaha, South Omaha, Dun dee, Florence and one or two other sub urbs, which would add a population of about fifty thousand to the cUy as its limits now stand. The measure will provide a revised city charter, giving self-government to the new corporation, which will be known as the City and County of Omaha.' A committee repre seatiag the iatereste involved in the scheme w working on the details of the which will be introduced early in the A. G. WoLFxxBABGEB, the temperance worker aad prominent attorney of Lin coln, is suffering from n peculiar ail menthiccoughs. This disease, of which Sol Smith Russell was a victim, is one one of the rarest affections known to pathology. The Lincoln Star says: "Suffering with hiccoughs that began with last Sunday morning at 930 Attor ney A. G. Wolfenbarger is afflicted with an affection that is baffling the physi cians. Every method with which the local physicians are familiar has been tried to stop the spasms, but none has served more than to temporarily check them. He shows no improvement over his condition early in the week, and the only hope of the doctors apparently is to tire out the affliction." The beet sugar factory at Norfolk in a of 83 days and nights turned out million Bounds of sugar. The paay paid out $135,000 for beets, con- earned 8,000 tons of coal and employed 240 men . . . .The country commenced the present year with mors gold in the national treasury than was ever held before by this or any ether country. This does not look like bankruptcy, as predicted by the editor of the Com- .David Bennett HOI has corn legal proceedings against n whisky firm for issuing a lithograph ad vertissment containing his picture in which; he appears takinr n drink, sad asks damages oa the ground that he is an abstainer: And yet Dave Hill claims to he n democrat. Genoa Times. " A sun of interest to real estate men was decided this week in "county court. says the Sohayler San, wherein R.B. Held Company (B. RCowdery and W. B. Price, of Leigh) sued Frank Hoa fek, of Wells to recover $240 commission for the sale of Mr.Houfek's farm near Wells. Mr. Houfek had placed his (arm with Held Company to sell at a certain price, bat whoa they found n buyer, he backed out. They accordingly sued for the amount of commission they would have received had the sals bssa regu larly closed up. They were awarded jadgmeat for the fall amount. flfe PERSONAL . M&NTION II- - Sheriff Byrnes was ia Liaeoln Friday. Anton Nelson was in Leigh last sties Msry Borowiak was ia Fallerton Saturday. Miss Ethel Galley apant part of last week in David City. Miss Louise Matthews of Schuyler was in the city Sunday. Dr. and Mia. Martyn left Friday for a week's visit in Chicago. Otto Staab was in Leigh the first of lsst week, to transact business. ., Miss Jalia Fox went to Humphrey Wednesday for n few days' visit. W. H. McGamn, ar., editor of the Bell wood Gazette, was in the city Thursday. Lem Andrews, from Loveland, Colo rado, visited friends here Friday and Saturday on his way to Omaha. W. R Thomazin and wife of Joliet township left here last week for Illinois where they will visit several weeks. Dr. W. K. Speice and wife of Chicago left Monday for Oklahoma, where they will visit n short time before returning home. Mr. and Mia. Liseo of Lodge Pole, Nebraska, visited the family of R. Y. Liaco on their return home from Michi gan. Mrs. Liseo remained n few days longer than her husband returning home Wednesday. Miss Mary Liseo returned with her and will visit several months. District 44 ami Tkuiity. It was generally believed that corn was all taken out of the field ere this, but upon inquiry it is learned that quite a bit yet remains in the field to be husked, "Whoa!" aaid an honest German fanner last Thursday, "is that 28?" as he was passing the sheep ranch when on his way to the city as he gazed at a bulletin board which read corn 28c "I was get ting ready to shell, but I thought corn would go up instead of down. Tarn." Of the three mail carriers out of Co lumbus, we have not learned of any of their wagons being blown from the track into the ditch daring the big wind Wed nesday, but we can imagine how closely they clung' to the windward aide of their mail wagons while traveling on their respective routes. Monday and Tuesday of last week gave us from northwest a stiff ehanook wind which by Tuesday p. m. had atarted the ice and snow to run in rivulets, while the thermometer indicated 42 above, but during the night mercury ran down to 16 F. while the wind increased in veloc ity until nearing a hurricane. Only a few stacks of hay and straw stood the force of the wind, and we hear of a few wind mills that were blown from their towers. Bnt then, that is one of Miss Nebraska's peculiarities. There was an exhibition at the school house lsst Thursday evening consisting of etereopticon views aad lecture by Prof. Lewis of Omaha. Theeveningwas pleasant and there was n full house. At the doss of the exhibition a handsome present was offered to the most popular lady and a suitable reward to the laziest man. Awarded by vote of the audience, charging one cent per vote. Miss Eva Drinnin drew the handsome present, a warm woolen hood, no color. Big John, n Polish laborer but not lazy, drew -the reward in shape of n diamond willow cane. Big John (for that is the only name we ever heard for him) was in good spirits that evening and did not hesitate to make n speech at every opportunity and therefore became popular for the evening, hence, the award. AN EXTRACT FROM HER LETTER. the "If you could only be here this winter morning and see for yourself, you would no longer doubt me. Roses are bloom ing in our front yard, and all nature is as far advanced in this lovely American summerland as it will be in your cold Eastern home by Jane. "We made the trip from Omaha to California via the Union Pacific to avoid the detour routes. "As less time is consumed on the Union Pacific in reaching your destina tion, there are fewer incidental ex penses en route. "If you want to reach California with out suffering any of the inconveniences of winter travel, be sure that your ticket reads over the Union Pacific. It is the only line running through trains from Omaha, (competing roads have just one car, going over four or five different lines once n day, only). The Union Pacific runs three through trains every day to the Pacific coast from the Missouri river. We rode on that great California train. The Overland Limited,' which surpasses any train traversing the American con tinent. Pamphlets and maps describing the wonders of California, and full informa tion about the most comfortable and direct route to the Pacific Coast, can be obtained by calling on or addressing W. EL Benham, Agent Pmlftfiaf letter fewi. Every farmer, knowa, of course, that one of the worst mistakes he can make is to plant poor seed, but every fanner does not know the difference between the very best seed and that which is not so good. Poor seed is a bad investment, because if it makes a difference of only a few bushels to the acre it is a loss of many dollars. Some of the most inter esting experiments of recent years has been the work of breeding better seed and improving it, just the same as live stock has been improved by intelligent breeding. TheTweatieth Century Farmer is pub lishing a most iaterestiag series of srti- des by Thomas L. Lyon of the Nebraska Agricultural. Experiment station on breediag wheat aad corn. These and oUisrarticleBaloBg the same line should be carefully .etudied by every farmer who uses bis brains in making farming pay. Yoa can gat n free sample copy by soading yoar name to The Twentieth Centary Farmer, 1895 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb, but it would be worth your while to send in $1 for a whole year's sabscriptioa, or 25 cents for n three months trial subscription. Have yoa seen the Taaisoa atlas we are offering our subscribers? Ask to see one and you will be convinced that yoa need it ia yoar home. Only $3.40 pays for oneof these large books and a year's subscription to Tax Joubxax. What is known asn Burial Association is now being organised in Columbus sad vicinity. 8uch is practically new this state, as it is only, within the last six months that these associates ave been in process of organisation.. Already Nebraska City, Beatrice, Fremoat, .West I Point, North Bend -and Schuyler have associations and are well pleased with' them. The object of such an association ie to defray the funeral expenses at the death of its members, a small assessment being made to each rneaaber at such times. The different associations are separate and are in no way connected with each other. An organisation of this load, if prop erly kept ap, must prove beneficial to any community. Read the plan carefully of the circulars that have already been distributed. THE FAST TMAim. One Whale Day laved 1 Saa rmaetese. The average reader does not stop to think what the saving of n whole day between Chicago and San Francisco means to the busy, bustling people of America; but it means both time and money, and it is proper to ask who is there who would not do his best to win out on both propositions. The follow ing, however, needs no comment: Yin Omaha, the Union Pacific is 204 miles shorter to Salt Lake City; 278 aailes shorter to San Francisco; 278 milee shorter to Los Angeles; 958 miles short er to Portland; 12 hours quicker to Salt Lake City; 16 hours quicker to Saa Francisco; 16 hours quicker to Los Angeles; 16 hours quicker to Portland than any other line. Pamphlets and maps giving fultinfor mation about the most comfortable and direct route to the Pacific Coast, can be obtained by calling on or addressing W. H. Bbxhah, Agent Wautktr Saatrt. Review of the weather near Genoa for the month of December, 1902. Heaatempentareof the snath l< Mean do aame month laat year ..2118 Highest temperatareoa lat U Lowest do oa the asth below zero W mtcUlta (! It IslMes? Ussj"S a O Fair day Cloudy dan M tun wiaos aaya. a Rain fell dariacportioaa of daya: 8 laches of raiafau or mltedsBow e.78 Do same moathlMt year. .'. 0.70 laches of snowfall. I8.3S Do same BMth laat year 7JSB Sleet on the 12th and 20th. Lunar halo on the 13th. Heavy fog on the 20th. Fear Personally Caanacted Ixemr aiou frem Omaha to Califeraia Witk Ckeice tf laatta. These excursions leave Omaha every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and' Sat urday at 425 p. m., in Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars. The cars are accom, panied all the way by conductors skilled in the service of excursion parties. ' The Union Pacifie is the only line from Omaha running four excursions to Cali fornia every week. These excursions can be joined at any point enroute. For full information call on or address W. H. Benham, Agent. The Very Best of California . Wines. Riesling wine (white) at 60 cents per gallon. Zinfandel (red) at 60 cente. Angelica (sweet) at $1 per gallon. Port $1 per gallon. California fine brandies and Kentucky whiskeys at reasonable prices. Come and see us before buying. Yours, Wat. Buchbb. Fifty Cents Saves. The Semi-Weekly State Journal is $1.00 per year and The Western Swine Breeder ia CO cents n year, but if you send One Dollar to The State Journal you can get both papers a whole, year. The Journal is the paper of all papers to read legislative year and The Swine Breeder is a hummer. Ask them .for n sample copy it you haven't seen it Lincoln is the centre of all things of a state nature and The Journal prints more state news than any other paper. W. A. MoAujsteb. W. M. Coamoroa WrmALLSMTEM t OOsUTCLIUB. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OOTjTJkTBVS, DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY Backache an efXUaeys, CURE Alao aeas.ssTUMssass.uEavsl, fan If eceaaarv write Dr. Fenaer. He has speak a Ufa time caring lost such asyous. ajicoatuitauoassxes. eaxa-nooaaooojojjitv -is-3Ma)situa oa amniod'atTnaSa msoMBMpjn siX an eseaftin Xeapm jo Xrtsexs pajM Bvw.1 Avp-otaariaaXai20Bflmoevs( nana eattng. fws Xavpta siaenw d. 'Ml' For 8ak) by C. HENSCHD O. . AMERICA'S EST EdfterisHy Fearless. Oeaeistaatly ResMlesB. awae Cram all of tae wstU-WaU Artfaka oa Heaka, tea Boohs, aai oa Werk abeet the T. w ittly hht om BewTerjt iaa ana i York WOTM-eaar YEAR ONE DOLLAR l earn f tae Smyfta2 And Soldiers' Additional Homestead .Claims. If yoa have one send narticu- Mars to B. K. Keller, Baud flwikung, Fineae Pity, Missouri, and see what he will give you tor it. 4 Attomiieml IhareanewimnrdTediaisonMimse- graph and can take any number of copies from n typewritten letter or circular. When you need anything in this line give me a call. I alao do typewriting. OSce over First National Baak. 3 J. M Conns. COLUMBUS MARKETS. Wheat, 51 Corn, old i shelled-V bushel ' 28 Oats, new V bushel....... 25 Barley-V bushel 25 Bye V bushel 35 Hoga-Vowt. 5 505 90 Fatstoers-Vewt 4 00 FateowsHpcwt 2 25 3 00 Stock steers-fJcwt 3 000 4 00 Potatoes-V busheL 200 Batter-V- 18 23 Egge-Vdoaen. 220 Markete corrected every Tuesday af ternoon. CMafriti ft ttfrtftk Outfit -INCLUDING- KODAK Developing Machine Brwwaia Caanra. FUsa. Papar. Cikwilcslt. Etc Anybody can make pictures with this outfit and all Without a Dark-Rwn. No. 2 Browaie Camera f or . 2XxS!4pictaree Film Cartridge. 6 expoenree, 254xSK Browaie Derelopinf Machine Browaie Developta Machine Oat it. . $2.00 . .30 . 2.00 . .75 SO riexornBttB 1 Ilnz. Hi v IU Tkakkn IS 2 Dekko DerelopiBg Powders JO i 15.40 Frfee CesBfiete $5.00 Nothing more appropriate for the young folks for Christmas. There's lota of pure fun in photography and there's education too. TIME TABLE, COLUMBUS, NEB. Lincoln, Helena, Butte, Salt Lake City, Portland, San Francisco and nil polnta Wast. Chicago, t.Joaaph, KaaaaaClty, 8t.Loula and all points Bast aad South. TBAIBS DEFABT. No. 22 Paessr. daily except Saaday. 7:15 a. m No. t2 Acoomatodatioa, dally except Bataiday. 40 p. m TBAIXS ABBIVB. No. 2t PiiMBBsir. daily except Saaday. 9:60 p. m No. 11 AocoeiBJodatioB, dally except Saaday l)p.ai TIME TABLE U. P. B. B. BAST BOUSD, MAIH UNK. No. 12. Chicago Special 120a.m. No. 4,AtlaatieBxpraaa. 5:09 a. . No. 84 Grand Ialaad Local 1y J2 a. at. No. 10K, Fart Mail 1230 p.m. No. 19, North Patte Local 248 p. m. No. ft. Batters Expreaa. 255 p.m. No. 2, Orerlaad Limited 527p.m. WBST BOTOD, HAIR UHB. No. 5, Pacific Expreaa 2:16 a.m. No. 11, Colo. Special 925 a. ra. No. 9, North Platte Local 1034 a.m. NO IU, jTewSt JaWal llZl An IB. No. 1. Orerlaad Limited. 124B p. m No. S, California Expreaa .7.-00 p. m. No. 7, Grand Island LocaL 835p.m. MO. 28 JrFBafaa w? & flat HOarOLX BBAHOH. Depart XnO we aaWBOTBfCfScr v a" p BB MO ll SBtUhCHa lW saa Arrive XwO ant aTelsBwBBaBOfr 1S.W (f an No. 72, M" 7:10 p.m. AXBIOH ARD OEOAB BAPIDS BBABOB. Depart No. SB, Paaaeuer 1120a. m. No. la. Mixed .6a. m. ArrtTO AO. ' BTeBwBJBBlBjfjB W P BB No. 74,' Mixed 8:00 p.m. Norfolk poaaencer train rna daily, - No traineoa Albion and Cedar Kapide branch Grand bland Local daily except Saaday. W. H. Bkshab. Aceat. IFGOINGEAST or south of OMoago ask yoar local tiokst agent to rout you betweenOaaahs aad Chisago via the the shortest line between the two oitiea Fraiaa via Jais popular road depart from the Uaioa depot, Omaha, daily toaaeotiag with traias frem the wast Magaiieaatly equipped traias, palaoe dsspsts aad free reclining eheir ears Piaiaf cars aad buffet, library and lokiag ears. All traias lighted by aleetrkrity. For faU iaforatatioe about F.A.Nisa Ageat, 1504 Faraam H. W. Howbxl. TT.FoiiaiaadPaaa:Aat. saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw vgwawsssssssssssssssssssssssssW rlBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEW sasasasasasasasWs-7 El. J. MEWQIIEt, Slfa or the Big Watch. KHfl mP Yd! WE SHOUT For the good things we have to sell. If you come here you will shout for the good things yon get. You get the goods, we make right pricea. HOEHEN Somtb. Side Drag; Store. SHABBY CLOTHES Eat up a man's confidence. The poorly dressed man is afraid to push ahead it brings his clothes into prominence, and this makes him un comfortable. He usually gets ready-to-wear clothing. Sometimes it fits him and sometimes it doesn't. It gets worn and shabby, and still be is compelled to wear it. For about the Erice of ready-made clothes we could ave made him an elegant suit, per fect fit, style and finish. A full line of fall goods. f The Tailor. BLaCZSWTK -AND- WAOOftT WORK EYerytmlMf, ia ir Use ni etery tblBK giaramteow. Wuf ems amaele t writer. Beit BorWaloeiag 1b the city. A tae line ef Biggies, Carriages, ete. Ori am agent for the old reliable Oslamboi Boggy Oompaay, of Oolam bea, Ohio, which is a suBoient guaraa tee o strictly fifat-olaas goods. LOUI8 SOHREIBER. Moettf . C. CASS IN, raoniBTOB or folk Mfial Marht WBBBWewMSJ BnBTWWSW BBJUrmUJ BBJBJg Fresh, and Salt Meats- Same and Fish in Season. BwTHighest markst prions paid fat Bides and Tallow. THIRTEENTH ST.. 0OLUMBU8, - - NEBRASKA Uasetf Fiir Fersiiallj Cniictei Eiciran. Every week with choice of routes. These excur sions leave Omaha via UNION PACIFIC ev'ry Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 4:25 p. m. And can be joined at any point enroute Full information cheerfully furnished on application to W.H.BENHAM, Agent. J. D.STIKB8. lElii fljBVBSfBaml BJ B. CALIFORNIA coLumua, wwa-a. gpoooooaaaoooaooooooaoaooex MED Stoves! If in need of a Stove of any kiml you consult your best interest by calling on me to get :n prices. 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