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kw4-'- , 1- -' 'J-,-. "Sfc-V - Ii s. h H ' t - . 3 - 1 . . I s :- " 1$.-. 1-7 ' i I . 1-, r.- t'.- I! -. Mat U.UN. Cofamfos JourtrcL ifity. JLLTiXXntM. WWMUBDkT. AUGUST 12.1 Up to thlo date. la paid or Comrfoi. elected totba ncabliw jedi- dal . MxtkMieU&ttietot Se- I hMb antified to But ia CoMwbaa. k&. o tke Id day of tJeotoabar. MM. at 2 e'eloek ia'the afteraooa of Mid day. for taa wmici of air-'-T twoeaadidatea rordia- waat laaaae of aeid district. Taa aetata! coaaHea ara eatKlad torepraaaa SstieaaafoUowa,viz: Badge ! Merrick CeHaxI"!".'" Maace u ef taaeaauaittee. j. u. Brats, caauwaa M. asm?. Heetatary. Datal Cofeuafaaa. Jfafcc, Jaly , IML Itfaliaii Canty CaawamtisaU Platte coeatj.NebraaVa. to mart ia their wapectire 1 oa Sataraar. Aasaat ttk. , freak 2 p. bk to 4 p. bl. f or the paipaaa of 1 to the eoaatrcaereatioa, to be held at Platte Ceater. oa Satardajr. Aagaat Uth. INK. at 1 o'clock. p.au, of that day. to rhnneo dnlraatnitn thn rrrahlimn ttatir coaraa. tkauaad dnliaptw to the repablkaa jadieial uuaiaatli. 2ta JadieJal diatriet ot Nebraska, for the farther parpoas of aoauaaUas caadi- for.eeaatr Jadae. coeatr clerk, coaatjr eoaatjr aapenateadeat of clerk cf the diatriet reoroaer, coaatjraarrejror, aad for before the The towaahip BMetiaea will aleo aoadaate The asraral prariacta wiU be entitled to oae aalagatefor each 15 votes aad fraeUoa thereof eaat fornLConaiagbaai for coaaty atteraey at theWoteadM)r.lWe.electioa aad naa ileleaate 1 aai will hare the fellowias aaabarof CMyefCobwbea- aP araVlaiBaT 2 aUOOaP . 4 .2 . 7 .12 . 4 .7 . 4 .2 . 2 iiwil-' sis ! 2 saVeus) BMMkVB oV" VTtm anBbsctibete of the low aw& lHoooe took ot tfco date eppo- wear Joauaal or eo the bhIi of Tkm Joaraal. tiawanr. aheriC. aWBOOM. CQSaKJf aaaWMBOaT, aaeaadwaid j TaaalwarS 1 uoatiaaaa Xafaaaai OalaaaVai iiowaaaip.. a unarma. ....... BBITDWa.. ....... ....... JftCIHWi.... .... ....... O .UUHti ........ . beUCNek. 2 HCBeraard. Otaad Prairie 2 Woodrille.. af VaUBajaT O Edwih Hoakx, Cbainaaa. B. W. Mobabt, Beeretanr. vAvatST 11, 1807, Fallon's steamboat aade its fist trip. Aagaat 12, 1833, the fnt towa election in Chicago was held. GovsauoB Mickbt oas aaaied W. J. Bryaa as oasot the delegates to the IateraatioDal congress, which 1 at Niagara Falls, September 22. Jaax. Boskt is the list ladies pab lisher ot a daily paper. Mr. Foaey has beea eagaged iaedacationaland literary werk for sereral years and has recently started the Indian Journal at Eafaala, Iadiaaj Territory. Auhon is undergoiBg the greatest eMttdtag boom that it has experienoed tor a long while. There are foarteen residences and two bnsinass hoases wader eoastracUon, besideB other addi 1 and repairs to bafldiags. A fSyOiOyOOO mortgage was filed recent ly in theeoaaty clerks oeace at PspiUioa by the Omaha k CoaacU Blaia Street Railway company. This mortgage is ia favor of the Central Trast com y ot New York and covers fifty-three 1 ot theleoords. A recording fee ot 1 received. Tnadjataat general of Nebraska has issasd an order calliag for the eleotioa ot two majors, one for the First and one tor the Second regiment, These are two sweats created by the reorgaaiaation ot thagaard. Of the First regiment, Cap taia Phelps of 8chayler is a possible candidate for the " Mas, Joaw Whjbos ot this state who, with her hasbaad, receaUy retaraed from a trap to Dawson City, Alaska, is to bear the record ot beiag the ever visited the She is 82 years old 79. Tbetrip ia search of aaoa, from whom they had for tweaty-eight years. Tax state departmeat of labor aad re issaed circulars taw erep report for 190ft. Platte ' ii accredited with hmriag 27,768 sa wiater wheat; 9,479 acres ia wheat; 122,468 oora; 67,782 oats; 2M alfalfa and &V228 millet We have aJatheadof cattle, aad SBU hogs. OathiwseoamtiassnrpasBedas in the aamber ot hogs rsised, Richardson, Cajsaiawaod Caster, the latter reportiag aJJtna head. Holt coaaty ataads way ahead with the cattle record, having aW head, while Coster county leads ia the greatest aamber ot acres and best yteMot Wonzoa thebaildiagof the Norfolk Cor which the last legialatare apioar iatioa, will begin ia the no fatare. State Arehiteet Tyler, Oaasral Proat aad Dr. Keras at the Hastings asylam have left for a trip east. to jasnert modern asyli -a growmg asatiment ot the board ia favor of the plaa, which has been foand to be ia a aamber ot iaatita- the old system of one thapsctyretaraa the architect wiUbegia aaoaceapoa plsas for the aewbealdiag. sad it is hoeed that work oa it iralL that there wfll be iatorarbaa rsflwsy ia aTloadike region. aadaerhasbaad may '- ana maaaaataaatokaow . atisa hetaesa Omaha. 8eathOmahsaad ' LiaaaawasCare another year rolls by. Al0 V --- - o urf 1 alaavminiHim . w ' aawawAa is aracaicslly eomatste. as it is said tana there ara bow hot seven farm- mmA- ess ia the satire district who have aot Tmm' aimmml m mmmtwmmt. 6mm m riafct mf ml BBMBWa mrm Bill R mm.mm.-v.j aavsogh their bbTBjb. The work ot par- u ;. ohaamg the right-of.way ia aaid to ba awawai 7T- mw iM , mmmU. m m. fi ory araaseasi .y ..,.-.. aad was caaarBaaa awaaat ananaaaaaaaaawaathaj aaaat aaaWaHasai aTaaWaaai bfkaamaakaaiaat afaawaBBWawaAaBBawai IsaWaWa aa awaaBBBBBBBBBBBffA mwawafOam flaaaaWMaHoP wJaa lawgaWjawawaaaB wasaWs aamw waTOWafaVvwawl UaV awwewavwa bsmb'w " "afp awawaF eavam WHY NOT MAKE EVERYBODY RICH The first plaak ot the 'reorganised partyt thaOaaihaBee, ia favor af ped oa gold, ajtvsr or paper, to bo eoiaed aad named eidasivaly by the mw afall.legal tea- der for all debts, both pnblic and pri vate. H money ia a purely arbitrary of valae aad mediam ot ca ny the stamp ot the joverameat, the atamptag, or rather the wags, of gold or suvar aaooey m a stapid waste of sabstaacs aad eaergy. If staBdwper wiU perform all the ot money why coia silver qaarters, and dollars sad gold aad doable eagles, when it is easy to stamp haadred dollar bills, thnassarl dnllsr bills snri trie tana sand, or haadred thoasssd aotesT Why labor ia miaiag aad coining the ahaB.tbe government caa be set ia motion aad stamp nullioaa, billions aad tril lioas at the aomiaal outlay ot muscle, iak aad paper? It the fist of the goverameat creates valae. why cant the government make as all riohand put an end to the ever- jangle aad tarmoil bstwees labor aad capital? Why caa't and child be bloated capitalist by the stamp of the it, aad why should aot the government pronae every ciuxea wiib all the laxariea that can be boaght with y? What ia the use ot aaviag it and earning bread by the sweat of one's brow when the stamp ot the govera- it can tranamato a piece ot blank paper at its pleasare iato a legal tender that will exchange in the markets ot the world for all the prodacta of the farm and factory aad all the commodi ties aosamulatod by ages ot toil? Ii Uncle Sam caa really bay ns all a farm and transform at will the cottage ot the mechanic iato a palace, is it not really criauaal for him to keep so many ot his nieces and nephews, coasins and aaate, striving with might and main for paltry day wages? Why not usher the millennium in at once instead of keeping millions ot people waiting and prayiag for the time when the plow- shall be changed iato praning hooks, lambs will sleep with lions aad hamaaity will be able to gratify every wiah? Mb. Bbtah bow declares that the democrats in 1802 played a confidence game on the people and pat a banco steerer at the head of the party. Mr. Bryaa was one ot the democrats who helped eoafideace the people in 1892, but he ie apparently ready to admit that ho as himself confideaeed as wall. Is it any wonder the people object to beiag eoafideneed again? Omaha Bee. 1 ADDITIONAL LOCAL O) TheSchayler papers tell a loag story about Mrs. Martha Yineent holding the fort at her residence on the inland in the Platte river, against county officers. A warrant for her arrest was sworn oat by her former husband, whose life she had threatened, but in trying to capture her the ofitoers met with such opposition that they were convinced the woman is insane. She is armed and the ofitoers were kept at good distance by an up lifted gun. Mrs. Yineent has a young daughter with her, and friends fear for heraafety. The Fremont Tribune in the follow ing item calls attention to the valae derived by that city from the normal school: "It doeent take cloee figuring to tell how Fremont's normal school benefits the town. It is worth n great deal more than many people sappose. It will average a thousand pupils n year, epending say $50 each. That makes $54000 a year of business. In addition it supports a faculty ot twenty teachers. Many boardiag houses also are depend ent upon it and these mean a family for each. And many families come to Fre mont for the education ot the children. It all makes a demand for hoases and ia cresses rents and the valaeof property. Take the aoraaal school out of Fremont aad it would leave a visible hole in the town." Platte county and CoUmbas have cent n number of atadeate each year to Fremont who will now have ad vantage of a school at home. Miss Fanny Geer, city librarian, returns from attending n library school ia Iowa City,' Iowa, with many plsas of improvement which ahe hopes to carry oat here. One ot the first which she wishes to introduce ie the Newark system ot loaning books to the pstroaa, Each book has a daplicate card upon which the book iedeeeribed. Each borroweria given a separate namber. Ia keeping record of books the adults aad chil dren's cards are kept separate, and in asiag theoard system the librarian saves a great amount of time in writing oat oards. The Newark system is classed aa the moat successful bow in uaav Miss Geer says that librarians at the school wereeathaaisstie ia praiasot the success of oar library, aot only ia the progress of patronage, bat of the exoelleat choice of books and the aeat finding list. Dax iag the summer months there are aot so many books taken oat, bat one month last spring, 900 oat of the 1100 books on read by citiaens, which percentage. Mies Geer thaaisstic for a Carnegie library, aad hopes to create aa iaterest amoag oar oitiaeas to work for a good building. a Beveridge, the well ersnee worker ot Fremont, who has freannatly bam in Columbus sad well araasinted with many of oar cttiaaen, died Sunday ia Bpriags, Mo. Hewn nUialfibv. He came to aboyaadforaoaasttawwasalarmeria ity. For the amt thirteen Mr.Beveridgn sad hie wife havo devoted their entire time to tea the direction of the Now England, the take states Last wiater, while Mr. Beveridge eoatraett aad wan obliged to give aphis Bjb death is thought to havo by heart fattem He was ittethaptaanotti af the atato central tall he was the for coagrsssfrom the He was wall standard those iatereetod ia target ahoot- iag aa "Tbe Doeuaie" aad had shot ia y state and national He was a member ot eharsh. secretary of mittee, end one 2ou, Fatertrkfvaridge, survive hiai. J ' ' Miaa Eote Joaes, daaghtar of Mr. aad Men. Lewie Joaes, was married Thursday at 12 o'clock at the home ot her parnate four miles southwest ot towa, to Mr. Milton H Powers of by Rev. Kacek of f of the bride, saag the baaatifal Pleetinr Daya." Miea Fraakia BaadaU of Gibboa, Nebraska, played the ManieUanhawad(hagasreh as ths bride and groom, aocompaaied by Miea Hattie Baker aad Wsraar Sohuaoaeh, SMrcbed to the parlors. The eeresaoay waa per forsaed in frost of a bower of grsaa aad white folisge, aad the aamseolor decora- tioaa wars aaad elaborately ia all the deooratioaa about the boaaa. The bride was beaatifally attired ia white, aad oarried bride roam. The bridesmaid aleo wore white aad carried carn2tions. After the eeresaoay aa excellent dinner waa servsd by the bridea mother, aad the oouple hat on aa aftemooa traia tor Beatrioe, Nabrsska, to visit ths groom's paraata. Mr. and Mm. Powers wiU be at home ia Cheyenne after' September 1, busiaess. The bride aajoya a wide acquaintance here, aaviag for several years been n prominent t eschar ia the coaaty. Mr. Powers waa formerly man ager of the Dmacaa craamsry. The beet wishes of their friends go with them to their BewhosM. Wo had tho pleasare oae day last week of visiting John Dawson on his farm oae sails west of Oconee. Mr. Dawson is a progressive farmer and the improvements on his plaoa ara up-to-date ia aaviag saodera conveniences. In front ot the house, which is attractively paint ed, is a Mae-grass laws with a few flower beds watered by a eystom of waterworks of homo eonetraetioa. Aa iee-hoaee whioh ta filled with ice from n large pond oaths place, ie the sourcs ot great com fort during the hot summer months. A loag distance telephone makes communi eationwith the cities a metier of but a few Buaates. The Bwaagement ot the poultry department of the farm belonga to Mrs. DawaoB who undoubtedly has one of the largest flocks in this part of the country. In the flock are Plyaooath Rock aad Partridge Cooaia chickens, Toaloaas gaoaa, asveral Maecovy, besides a aamber ot the common ducks, tarkeys aad white gaiwoas. The hatching is doae by means of aa iacubator which proved vary aatauaetory this year. Mr. Dawson takes a great deal ot pride in his hogs, having n large namber of well bred Poland-Chiaaa. Another feature of the farm ia a herd of one handled aad fifty Hereford cattle. The epidemic pink-eye baa broken oat among the cattle in that neighborhood and about ninety ot the herd are afJictod with the disoaso. Mr. Dawson is milking n namber ot cows and aees a separator to do the akimming with. The bail storm which visited that vicinity in Jane totally destroyed the wheat aad rye crop. Some ot the oats grew ap again from the roots and will yield part ot a crop. The corn which was cat down to the ground looks in splendid condition now. All kinds ot fruit nnd berries sre n total failure this year. Tarn JOCBXAI.W2S aaable to secure the particalars in regard to the death of H. M. Wiaalow last week before going to press, owing to the tact that the relatives here had aot yet learned particalars. Mr. Wiaalow had left his home in the northern psrtof Holt county, a week ago last Monday morning, to haul a wagon load ot machinery ton neighbor. About three hours lster he was found lying dead in the road, the horses steading quietly aear by. The fact that the wagon had passed over the body has ceased relatives to believe that be bad fallen from the wagon aader the horses feet, throws out by a jolt in crossisg a deep rat ia the road. Contrary to ruaeor last week, it ia aot thought that heart faflare or apoplexy was the cause ot death. The FwmiBB were brought to Columbus Wednesday evening and the faaeral waa conducted at the residence ot aJ.GertowThundnyaHXBingatlO o'clock by Bar. Hslssy of the Presbyte rian church. The pall bearers were M. Whitmoyer, C. H. Saeldoa, George Scott, W. T. Bickly, H. Hughea and A. M. Poet Heary M. Wiaalow waa bora December 21, 18S7, at Pataey, Vermont After growing to manhood he became aa ex tensive dealer in fine cattle. He was married August 28, 1882, to Miaa Abbie J. Keadrick of Heath, Maamchaaatts, who together with hie bob George ot Holt oouaty, and daughter Mm. G J. Garlowof this city, survive Mai. In 1876 he moved to Illinois aad later came to Platte county, paTctuawngaranchBortb west of towa, liviag there about oae year, after which he aaoved to the city. Two years ago be saovad to Holt county where he waa liviag at the time of his death. Mr. Wiaalow waa beloved by all who knew him aad hie sadden taking away ia mourned by alL The city couacil aaat ia regular aes- Frideyereaiag. A petition to have Nineteenth street between Olive and Kuausar graded waa referred to the committee oa streets and grades. Aa other petition requestisg that a pile of lumbar oa tho lot receaUy occupied by the Phabppa building beeoademaed aad ceased to be removed, waa referred to the committee on olsime. George H. Grab presented aclatai for $5 for poll tax which ha paid last year aad which be claims was aot due owiag to tbe fact that he wm s member of Co. K, N.N, a grades reported oa the petition to have the ditch on the north aide of Tenth blooks east, filled; sad the graattag of the petition aad tho making of another ditoh jast aoath of theoldoaaadmtWiMnarplaoefora A rasala- adopted to have W. W. Whit- parforaasd iseeore urn 02102200 street gutter. The report was adopted. fVimmitles no palina iwpmtad that the reports of thecanaf af psaiee end police judge were seaawi to ha eorrset, aad ware ptoparty taoo2S22aam tho rajsotiaa ot the pnieusjtisa ftesealail by A. Heiata to reaJaee the eld arc atreet lights by new tion was taker rariaali, in 2iHitiiTB to what BOIESS JUS CAMiL ! .AT SCHUYLER... Aug. 11-15 Inclusive JPREE ATTRACTIONS! FRAYIOLrrA.Loopiag-the'Looptwiesd CLARK, Slack Wire Walker aad Juggler. 8TARTLO, High Diva. CALVERT, King of the High Wire. FALCON. Air Ship. FJD MANGLES. Water Diver, drops 90 test iato 3 feet ot water. Diving Dog. Ooatortioaist aad Trick Bicycle Rider. REDUCED RATES eOS.RAItROADS Banking on Paint The practical painter saysy you can "bank" on Patton'sSun-Proof Paint because it saves the co. t of at least one painting every five years. The painter "rxinkj on it because it rives him a reputation. Patton's ' Sun-Proof Pamt is made in exact projiortions of the most durable nuterials, , perfectly mixed ly impruved machinery. It is the best spread ing, longest wearing paint, and has the most brilliant and lasting colors. Guaranteed to wear for five years. Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice (free) to PATTON PAINT CO.. Lake St.. Milwaukee. Wlo. ECHOLS t DIETRICHS,' Colambas, M streets be now sprinkles, oertain other etreeta as directed by tbe overseer ot streets. Peter J. McCaffrey appeared before tbe council desiring to rent the quarter block south of the water works. He slso suggested the covering of tbe old wells on tbe water works site. Tbe Butter was referred to tbe committee on public property and water works with power to aot Bills were allowed to the aaoount ot $l,57a95. G.-W. Lehman waa an Omaha visitor Friday. WU1 Hensley visited in Grand Wand last week. J. F. Belford was in Oconee last week on baainoes. Miss Inez Nash of Monroe is visiting Mra. A. E. Mataon. Mrs. Ernest Daesell went to Omaha Friday to visit a few days. Miss Nellie Flyan of Norfolk is the guest of her aant Mm. Mark Burke. Mrs. Lulu Geiteen returned Thnrsdsy from a six weeks' visit at TUden, Neb. 0. W. Jens, a prominent bnsinosa man of Hampbrey, waa in the city Friday. Nets Johnson of Omaha waa visiting his brother Carl n few hoars Mondsy. Miss Lacy Haywood ot Lincoln ia the guest ot her coaain, Mia.-J. G. Reader. Mrs. A. J. Smith went to Omaha Fri day, called by the sickness ot her sister Mra. G. W. Halst and aoa George ot Omaha are visiting Garrett Hulst aad family. Mrs. F. K. Strother and Miaa Lena Haass were in Moaroe last week vieitiag friends. Miss Nell Sumner of Fallertoa waa the gaestof friends here Fridsy on her way to Lincoln. Mrs. & E. Baker returned last Friday from a two weeks visit with parents ia David City. Miss Bessie Townasnd retained Mon dsy to .Omaha after a viatt to Marjory Steveaeoa. Mrs. Bertha Weltmsa of Sohayler retaraed home Tharsday, after a abort visit with Mrs. Wfll HageL E. W. North came ap from Omaha Satarday afteraooa for a short visit with relatives, ret'aming Saaday. . Miea Aaaa Gees retaraa home this weak from Fremont where aha has bean attending commercial college. Margaerite, Stella aad Kath- Bsehor retaraed Tharaday from they viaited relatives. Frank Morgan, nephew of F. T. Walker, mvmitiagia Colambas. Mr.M.isaUw student ot the aaiversityof Wiscoaain. Mma Ollie Mbagrove of Valpaatisova former Oolumbaa vowaar lady, is tho gaestof Ehae Brugger aad other friends. Miaa Anna Lamb ot Platte Caster was the gnest ef Miss Lsoiss Davis Mosdsy oa her retara homefrem Tmramie, Wye. Mr. aad Mrs. George Wiaalow, who cease to attend the faaeral of father H. M. Wiaalow, wfll retara to Holt coaaty today. Mam HedwigSehspbsch went to David flfc PERSONAL MkoNTION City Friday to virit a tew daya witt --: fe. ' Y? ol friend Miss Hattie Ren. W.Schapbsch accompanied her there. Mrs. Waetricb- and Mrs. John Sohmocker passed part of last week with tbe Hoist fsmily at Madison and with other relatives at Norfolk. Mr. and Mm. D. H. Bailey and two sons of Chicago arrived here Fridsy and are the guests ot John Graf and family. Mrs. Bailey is a sister ot Mr. Graf. Mra. C A. WooeJey and daughters Miasm Maud, Violet and Martha, return ed home Satarday from an extended visit to relatives ia Eureka, Illinois. Mrs. Bahlman and two daughters Misses Kate aad Celia, who have been vioiting the fsmily ot Albert Steoger, left Monday for 8an Diego, California. Editor Howard returned last Wednes day from Hot Springs, South Dakota. He was obliged to return sooner than had been planned, on account of sickness. Miaa Anna Brodfuehrer returned Sat arday from Cornlea where ahe viaited her brother George aad family. Miaa Lulu went ap Monday to remain a few daya. Mrs. L. Hohl and daughter Miea Clara retaraed Friday from Chicago and were the guests of Mrs. L Glack until Satar day when they went to their home in Albion. Mrs. Qua Kradss and two sons, Homer and CUade, started today, Taeeday, for their home in Dell Rapids, South Dakota, after a visit ot several weeks with rels tiveebere. Mrs. Mary Hsrmer of Chicago viaited her mother, Mrs; Tschady, two weeks, leaving for her home last Tharaday. This is the fret trip home Mrs. Harmer has Biade for nine years. Jess Becher arrived Sunday from Minnnspolai for a week's visit at home. He ia chief clerk ia tbe auditor's oBce ofthePeveyGrsiaCo. Gee Becher, jr., is also with the aame company. Mrs. J. B. Gietsea west to Sioaz City Wedaeedey to be the guest of Mrs. Hsle, From there she wfll go to Colfax Springs, Iowa, whore Mr. Gietsen ia taking a coarse of treatment for rheumatism. Mia. Bart Parsing and children of Albion ware ia towa Friday on their way to Seattle, Washington, to make their fatare horns. They vmit n few days in Central City before going farther west. E.F.D. aTa.f. Fall ptowiag well aader way. "Meed Mailer" helps stack grain. Smith HUliard went to Oconee Sun day. John Toessk gave a party Saaday Driaaia waa visiting near Miaa Sarah Fkspstrick viaited the Qaiaa family Tharsday. Miss NhvaaCraaop ot Biehlaad m the of amisses neaam aad JSreiyn am recovered from aa attack of typaoid-paeaaioaia, after a OfM Cafi of Tkftaks. We sanire to sxprsss oar eincere to friaaao who ia many waya as st the time of Mas.&ll.WiaRVow. Ma. aai Mas. C. J. Oasxaw. . Gaoass Wxmavow, igomsse. OMiJ In Any Light MAIS PICTURES ON THS KOMKPUN Loawew im daylight, U daylight weveldP- rw in daylight. N Dark RMsM Ntlaairi. Taia ia Oafcr Poasible With the KODAK Not with any other camera. Ours is tbe only place that KODAKS are for sale in Columbus, Nebraska. Brownie Kodaks Brownie Kodaks.... Other Kodaks up to. $1.00 . 2.00 . 25.00 A full line of supplies, all at fac tory prices. Here yon save express or freight. El. J. IIEWMIU, 8la af taa BI Watea. Illllllllllllllllllllllll , I TO, Via Look Out and the Big Reservoir, Aug. 18th. This will be the last trip by this ! route this year. You can't af- ; ford to miss it. Wheatland has the largest storage reservoir in ', the United States. We will ; show it to you on this trip. We ', mil also give you a riae of 70 ' miles across the Laramie plains and through the Laramie moun- ', tains free of cost. For inforiua- tion about land we have for sale ! call on SatkatC. Illllllllllllllllllllllll DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY Backache an sf nensys, CURE Alao aras.MaaTtlMaessa.gravsl. awsasy. ssmais Trenaiee. laa aarsssryea. iraeceasary write W.reaaer. He haa apeat a life time caring Jest each casssasjoais. All coasaltatioaa lies. "I bad severe cam of kldacy disease aai taeaaaaUsBi. dlscbargins bloody matter. Saffered Intense pain. My wife was sertoaaly affected with female troubles. Dr. Feaaeri Kidaey and Backache Cure cared as both. F. M. WHEELEK. Baadolpb. Ia. Pragglst.50c..fl. Ask forCook Book Free. nVITlK'niMPE puro Care. Circular. Dr -f IIUO IMIIllCFeaBer. Fradoala.N.Y For Sale by C. I1EN8CHING. Poland China Pigs, both sexes SiaOO; A few not related to last year's stock $12.00 and $15.00 Ahw my herd Boar, sired by Expansion. FRED WILLE. Four and a half miles northwest of Columbus, Nebr. RF.D.N0.& From the Republican. Robert Neumeieter of Columbus waa renewing acquaintances in Monroe Isst Fridsy. George Msbood was down from Pales tine but Saturdsy. He reports consid erable damage in hie locality from tbe recent hail storm, but says the full force of the etorm did not strike that neighborhood. During tbe heavy storm Thnrsdsy evening lightning struck tbe school house and tore several boards off the roof and damaged the plastering. Sat urday evening a bolt of lightning burned out the telephone in the bank. The flash was very heavy and quite a number ot people thought some of the buildings on the north side of the street bad been struck. Lars Ibgnuason, father of Oliver Msg nnsson, died at bis home, three miles west of town, Monday, August 3. Mr. Magnusson was one of the early settlers ia this locality, having moved here in tbe early seventies. He leaves a wife, two sons and one daughter to mourn his loss. The funeral was held Wednesday at tbe Frienda church and the interment was in the Friends cemetery. Platte Ceater. From the Sigaal. Charley Bloedorn departed hut Saa day noon for Louisiana to look after the harvesting of a crop on a plantation which he owns about one hundred milee est of New Orleans. Three hundred acres ot rice is tbe principal cropbeing rmimmA nn hi land this season. He will bs absent from six weeks to two months. About eleven o'clock hart Sunday morning smoke was noticed pouring from one of Mrs. Kehoe'e coal bins. An alarm was passed from mouth to mouth, and a rush wss made for the power house where the hose ie kept. Consid eriag the fact that we have no hose cart aad that the hose had to be carried by hand aad coupled after it arrived, a stream was gotten on the fire from the hydrant in front ot Van Allen's flee ia remarkably quick time. The fire was confined to the floor of a bin filled with slack coal, and waa doubtless caused by spontaneous combustion. A well direct ed stream soon stopped tbe smoke, and IBC oauuage none waa auguu j.umm mu wss the one aesrest the elevator, aad had I tvamacartMlia the niwht it is hard to I estimate where it woald have stopped. I WlNtU PUTTWG SEASONABLE GOODS. We are pattiag the spars iato asaaoaahk gooos aJd we meaa jast what we any and will aaake the acices that will give v the goods for leas asoaey than aay eVakr hi Cotaaahaw can bay them. Tibllowutf mafautial liat of atieaa: Two baraerGasolaaeStovas. t 2M Three " " " " with Ther-Lite aad oven..... 15.00 Four " v " " " " u I5-0 Three with oveol 15 Three quart Ice Cream Freeaer, only. 1-50 Four 2.00 Ball bearing Lawn Mowers. 18 inch, only. 5-98 Lawn Mowers, 16 inch, only 36 Lawn Mowers, 18 inch, only. 4.48 Gas Oveas front. 98c to 2.48 These are prices that will surely aaove theaa. First come, first served. C. S. EASTON & CO., Eleventh St., UNION PACIFIC $45.00 ROUND TRIP. Tickets on safe Aug. 1st to Uth, inebaive, QOOD SIXTY DAYS RETURNING. ti wM rciic CMSt Full information ehterfuOu furnished on application to W. H. BENE AM, Agent. COLUMBUS MARKETS. Wheat, new 60 Corn, old shelled V bushel 37 Osts- bushel 25 Bye V bushel 35 M9wmmmJ9jf s aaV Hogs V owt. 4 50 4 75 Fat steers V ewt 4 000 4 60 Fatcowa 7 cwt 2 25 3 00 Stock steers y ewt 3 00fj 4 80 Potatoes V baehel 60 Batter-V W 130 20 Eggs V doaea. 10 FKBD PUCKS AT MTU Bran, bulk 65 Shorts, " 75 Chop feed. balk. 80fj90 Markets corrected every Taeeday af ternoon. SPREADING THE NEWS. -WK KEEP THE- Duriie Biilirs, Miw rs ill Twin. The Del uiee Plows; Biggies, Carriages, Wagras aad all Kiad af Iaipleaieats. BLACKSMITHING Done oa Short Notice. LOUIS SCHREIBER. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DcsartaMat of taa Iatartar. laid osue at uaeoia. aasr., Jaiy 1. JOJ MtUeraaa that arid aroof will ba i2f aa aniaal m fn ! iai 2L 1S2L via: Mary Oraad. for taa H.W. Ha-Sw. n. a. nas. Haa aaaiia taa feUowtaa wa to bar coatiaaoaa raaidaaaa aaea aad eaaitatiea of mmiA laad. aai: fhtor laa. Ji Aadnw Hnltk. aarfailri Sana. aU ef Nabr. 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