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THK OMAHA DAILY BHE : SATURDAY , JUNE 25 , 1392.
SAKE OK -AT B t ATa TO REPEATED TODAY. -OP- MEN'S ' SUITS Last Saturday was such a complete success that we have decided to repeat it on Saturday. Over 700 absolutely all wool Cassimere and Cheviot suits to select from today at The cheapest suit in the lot retails for $10 and some are worth $15. You can see samples in our show win- HI dews of the suits advertised. First Row- - Absolutely all wool Cheviots and' Cassi- Second Row meres worth $10 , $12 and $15. Third Row Money will be refunded for any suit bought at this sale which is not satisfactory after ex amination or found net to be as represented. Come Early Today. SALESMEN "WANTED. Extra salesmen wanted in our clothing department on Saturday. BOYS' CLOTHING , * J , Another Great Bargain Day in Boys' Clothing./ / Suits $1 , $1.50 , ISO Boys' Cassimere Knee Pant Suits , ages 4 to 14 , at .otr 200 Boys' Plaid Cassimere Suits , knee pants , all sizes , - : $1.50 250 Cheviot and Cassimere Suits , .od worth at least double , at - - . Our corps of extra salesmen will be ini creased in this department , so that our custom * ers will not have to wait as they did last Satur * day. day.SHIRT WAISTS. The balance of our Star Shirt Waists ad vertised recently at 35c and 50c will be on salq tomorrow at 35 cents , sizes 4 to 10 only. Boys' Straw Hats. " ' * Three great bargain lines , 25 , 38 and 50 for Saturday. THING - RJL JL JL JL v > \ J % HE DISOBEYED THE COURT 0 , 0. Heffner , a Wealthy Lincoln Stock Dealer , Under Arrest. ANXIOUS TO PROTECT HIS PROPERTY Itntlicr Than Anpwer Certnlu Onrntl < nn lu a LiiWHiiit llu Icnorcil Ills Honor' * In- BtructloiiH Colebiiittne St. John's lluy State Nona > otus. Lixcoj.il. Nob. , Juno 24. [ Special to Tire Dm : . I O. O. Heffnor , n wealthy stock dealer of tills city , was nrrestod today on a bench warrant Issued by Judge tiansliiR. Heffuer was dafonilunt In a suit at law instituted by 13. A. Gibson , ana had been ordered to corao into court mm ansuur certain questions In leganl to the disposition ot his property. Ho lOtuseJ or neglected to do so and Gibbon lllcd n complaint that ho was about to leave ttio cily. The warrant was served by Deputy Sheriff McForland. Culebriitlng St. John's May. The colored Masonic lodges of O in all a and Lincoln celebrated St. John's day by n jiarudo and a picnic in this ulty this after- nooii. Severn ! couch loads of colored Masons \\llh their Indies came down from Omaha on the 11 o'clock train. Thevoromotat the uopot by the members of the local lodges , all in urn ( onus , and with two brass ounds the procession matched through the principal uticoU of the city , mnlclng n creditable up- punrnnco. The picnic was hold nt ulncoln park this afternoon and wus generally at tended by the colored people of the city. This evening the Omaha knights gave an exhibition drill nt the Paru theater. The Visitors returned to Omaha at 10:20 : tonight. Won Sin ( > ii lliinilrrtt Dollarx. Dr. G. O.V. . Farnhara of this city tociuv rcralvuil a dinft for somothliiK ot er jrOO. the pioceudsof u political \\agor made witli a fiiond at Boatrlco over thieo yours ago. The doctor is a democrat and u Cleveland demo crat at that. Immediately after tbo presi dential election of ISSb ho offer-oil to wager foUU that Cleveland would bo the democratic nominee in IbiU. A lieatrlco man accepted the challenge anil eaeh doposltcd f.'iJU in u baiiuiu fiat city. Yos'erday inoinlng the doctor received a toiogiam from Uojtrico informing him that the money WAS at his disposal and today ho received it , tcgothor with somcthliiK over f JOO ucciuod liitoresU rinpOrilKl ImprUMMlll'lltH , \Vator Commissioner I'orclval has por- fcotod plans and apcclllcatiors for a now steel wutor tower to bo crectod on the comer of Twenty-ninth and South stioota. It will bo twontv-Uvo feet in diameter aud 100 fcot in height. It is believed that the proposed toner will greatly Increase tliu water biijiply of the city and muko tun system moro uvailublu In case of llros. The tower and tlio necessary main extensions will cost * U.OOJ. ) An ordinance provldlnc for Its erection will bo introduced at the next meeting of the city council bv Councilman Millar. htnto I'rolnliltlnu Contention , The prohibition atato central commlttoo last evening Issued a call for a stale conven tion to assemble at Hastings on August 17 , for the purpose ot placing tn nomination candidates for state onlcoi and eight prcift- ilontlal olfctors. The basis of ropresontutlon I * ono dclogatc-at-larga fioni each county and ono doloiato for each tuontj-llvo votes , or major fraction thereof , cast for Clinton it. FiiK in 18i > 3 , The convention will couslst of 603 vote * . Lancaster county being rep resented by thirty-two and Douglas eighteen. The doln/atos to the national convention will atari for Cincinnati next Monday. A dater- mlnod fight will bo made to mufco A. U. \VoltenuarKor the Nobratka member of the national cornmlttoo , although his selection u opposed by the state committee. Lincoln In Hrli'f City TreaiurorStcvonion today sent 170,030 to the tlly's flicul UKont In New York to pay off paving bond * whlcu will fall due ou Michael Corcorau , a Uouglai county pris oner at the stut'3 penitentiary , is lying nt the point of death. An ofTortJs being made to secure his pardon in order that ho may die a fioo man. Geneva Nowbury will bo sent to the girls' reforinutory at Geneva. She was arrested last night at n disorderly house in this city. The Hastings bull clue is booked for a game with the Lincoln iluseos next Sunday afternoon. A numerously signed protest against the construction of .tho boulevard between this city and West Lincoln is being circulated today. The boulevard has been ordered and is under contract. TOLEDO , Inwo , April 0 , 1801. Dr. J. B. Moore , Dear Sir : My wife has used about six bottles of your Tree of Life , and thinks that she nas received greater ben- ollt from U than any medicine she has over taken. Yours truly , L. II. Buncix. Gon'l Atront and Treas. West College. Since receiving the above testimonial , I urn Inroceipt of a letter and chock from the Uov. UII Bufkin of Toledo , Iowa , April 25. to send Hov. J.V. . Konworthv , Crostllno , Kan sas , six bottles of Mooro's Tree of Life. i''or ' sale by all druggists. DiiiNic KUHN'S SODA. COLDIST AND DUST. Hy Spot-Ill ! Itcquest Of many of our patrona wo have decided tocontinuo our KNEi : PANTS SALE ON SATURDAY Only 2 pair to ono customer. Wo have nlso bought nt a grout s.icrllico u lot of liphtr colored nil wool men's suits. Wo put them on sale Saturday for 83.00. All suits over otTored before "for that rnonoy compared to this look like Brass the side of pold. People's Olothitifr IIouso. Striped balbrlffgtui underwear , 19c , 15u Windbor ties , 3c. $2 00 fur hnts , O'Jc. S2.25 men's shoos , $1.15. 812.00 men's suits , $5.00. 82 00 boys' suits , OOc. Special low prices on the finnr crrndos of clothingon which wo nro heavily overstocked mid must unload. PEOPLE'S ' CLOTHING HOUSE , 1303 Douglas street. PlNUST SODA FOUNTAIN IX AMUKICA AT KUHN'S ' , loth ST. Cimid'H riopiwrd Celebration. Co7.ii > , Nob. , Juno 21. [ Special to TUB BKI : . | A logular old fashioned Fourth of Julv colcbrutlon hero Is an assured fact. A largo sum of money has been raised for the purpose , toward which tbo business men and many others contributed vary liberally. Should tha weather uo line on the Fourth tboio will undoubtedly ba the largest croud hero over assembled in Dawion county. HKUUJV , Neb. , Juno 24. [ Special to Tin ; Hii ! . ] The Second regiment baud and the Hebron hose company have arrant'od to cola- u rate the Fourth In an enthuslastlo manner. Ol'KXINQ Or K-UHN'iJ MM ) A 1'OUNTAIN TODAY. FlNU&rrOUNTAlNIN COUNTRY' . Itounil Tili | TItUolH. The only line running through trains direct to Denver , Colorado Springs , Manitou and Pueblo. Low rates to all points In Colorado , Utah or Pacific coast points. Fast tlmo on olognnt vostibulud trains , free reclining ohulr cars and the celubrntcd "Koolc Island dining cars. " Comfort , safety and spoo'l secured whoa tlckotod via the 'Great Huolc Island Houto. " Ticket olllco 1002 Furnnm 9 treat. CiiAitbiiS KINNUUY : , J. L UKBnvoiBB , G. N. W. P. A. City Ticket and Pass. Agt. DllINIC KUIIN'8 SOUA. COLOKST AND Sent to the Itofyrin holiool. NKUIUBKI CITV , Nob. , Juno 21. [ Special Telegram to TUB Hue. ) Frank Johnson , aced 15 , was sent 19 the reform school today. Ho was acouiod of stealing f5 from a drunken man and his mother tostlnoil that I ho wan Incorrigible and wlsbod bo could be taken euro of by the authorities. STONEIIILL'S ' MEN'S ' GOODS A Tremendous , Gigantic Effort to Oloso Out Stonebill's ' Lion's Furnishing Goods AT THE BOSTON STORE TOMORROW Stonohlll'H 50o French Xock It tllirlmgau Un- iloruc.ir'J5o StanolilIl'H Dollar Imported Summer Undcrueiir 3tu ! S t Grade Underwear OOc , STONEIIILL'S 81.00 SILK NECK TIES , ion. Stonohlll's entire block of men's fine silk nookwour that ho sold for 50o , 75c and $1.00 , your choice _ of the whole lot tomorrow : it 19c. Limit 1 to a , customer , so that they may Last nil day. $2.50 SILK STRIPED SHIRTS , $1.25. Tomorrow wo will close out Stone hill's entire stock finest grade mon'8 silk stripe summer outing shirts. The Cheapest of these goods are worth $2.50 , but you take your choice ot the entire stoulc tomorrow ut $1.25. Stonohill's entire stock of $1.50 fine summer outing shirts for 75o. Stonohill's entire stock of fine outing flnnnol shirts Uuit sold up to 75c , go nt 25r. 25r.Your Your choice of Stonohill's entire steak of $1,00 unlnuiidorcd shirts go at 4ic. ) All Slonohill's 75c unlaunuorcd shirts go ntI'Jc. ' . All Stonohill's 50c unliiundorcd sliirts go at 25c. Stouohill'H entire Block of mon's fine embroidered jiiirht shirts go tit lc ! ) , 75o nnd $1.00 , worth up to 82.25. Stonohlll's entire slock of men's hose go at 5c , lOc , 15c , 23c , worth up to 75o a pair. ARE WE IN IT ? Well wo should bay. The Boston Store MILLINERY DEPARTMENT excelling itself. Slonohill's wholesale line of mllllnory on sale tomorrow nt The llobton Store and ut Stonohill's old stand ono door norlh oi The Boston Storo. There nro now upwards of 1,500 untrimmed - trimmed hats loft of 0. A. Stonohill'B bmkrut ] and these together with our own InnnoiibO line ot trimmed hats , will bo made Iho greatest attraction of this the greatest hat sale ever mado. Tomorrow $2.98 will pay for your choice of all the trimmed hats in both houses. Your own selection from the very pink and prldo of our entire stock only 1(2.93. ( $500 would not buy the meanest of these yesterday. All the remainder of our trimmed hats , ranging In vnluo from $ ; > .00 down to $2.60 , will bo sold nt $2 00 to 75c. Un- trim mod hats going ut ridiculous prices , 1 lot of good shapes nt Co. 1 lot of now nnd doslrablo shapes in black and colors , ti-lc , 1 lot of line lace braids In nil now styles ! ilc. Your choice of all the rcbt , no mutter how line or how expensive , only COc. Whoa goods lluo these were sold , by Stonohlll at 81.00 nnd 81.2" as Immense bargains , people were delighted with them , nnd now The Boston Store sells the very Illicit goods to bo found in the millinery murkot at only dOc. Such u oliunco has never boon nnd never will bo again. The bottom la touched. Child's bailer hats , in straw with band , only 15c. Misses' nnd children's trlmmoU hats , perfect bi'iiutles , only 2 > c. Price no object , they nil must go tomorrow. T1IU BOSTON STORE , N. W , Cor. JOth und Douglas. STONEIIILL'S WINTER GOODS All Stonehill's ' Shawls , Oloaks , Yarns , Wool Hosiery , Knit Skirts , Etc. , Go Cheap AT THE BOSTON STORE TOMORROW AtTiIccs AVIioro Money Is Truly No Object Wo 'Mint hull Those Winter Gootla , Lul Thorn ItrhiK Wlmt alley 3Iuy ( Tomorrow. STONEHILL'S 820.00 NEWMAR KETS , 82.75. The cloaks on the second floor of The Boston Storo. Every ono of Stonohill's ladies' new- markets that ho sola all tin w.iy from 85.00 to $20.00 , wo have placed on ono immense table and give you your choice tomorrow at $2.75. STONEHILL'S 81250 FUR TRIMMED JACKETS $4.98. Horo's an opportunity to save big monoy. All of Stonohlll's long , black beaver jackets , with fur collars and fur trimmings down the front , Stonohill's price wus $12.50 and wo sell them tomorrow - morrow at $1,98. All Stonohlll's tan colored , long beaver jackets , mink collars and mink edged satin faced , Slonehill's price $15.00 , tomorrow thoyHgo at 80.50. STONEIIILL'S $25.00 SHAWLS FOR 85.50 On sale at The Boston Store And nl Stonohill's old stand. When wo bought Iho Stonohill bank rupt stock there were about 40 high cost beaver shawls , vary finest grade double shawls and some elegant paisley and brouho shawls , and not ono in the lot worth loss than 815.00 , and from that up to $25.00. Your choice tomor row , 8) . 50. STONEIIILL'S 25C MISSES' WOOL HOSE , fiC , Stonohlll's entire stock of children's and misses' wo61 ribbed hoao go at Gc a pair , worth 2oc. An Immense lot of ladles' wool knit skirts that Stonohlll sold for $1.50 go nt 50c. 50c.STONEHIIJL'S STONEHIIJL'S YARNS AND ZEPHYRS. Stonohill's oil tire stock of fine Gor man , Gcrinuntawn and all ether kinds of yarn , 1 skeins to the nound. Stono- hlll's price wasSfjo , our price 17u u skein tomorrow. Stonohill's entire stock of very finest imported /ophurs go at 2Jo a skein. STONEIIILL'Srtl 1.98 BLAZER SUITS , $5.00. 160 all-wool cloth blazer suits , grays , tans and blues , that Stonohill sold nt 811.03 , you can xako choice of for $5.00 tomorrow. Boston Store JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. TREMENDOUS BARGAINS. Ladles' or gouts' regular 50o shirt studs , 25o n sot. , Ladies' or gouts' fine rolled plato link out ! buttons , U5c ; worth $1.00. Fine rolled plato eardrops , 25o und up. Rcgulnr 25e luco pins. lUc. Still bolter oncsworlh ! ! 5c go nl 15c. Gold and silver plated hairpins lu each. Ividk-s' line knives. 2o to 81.00. Gouts' fine pocket knives , 25o to $2.00. Klgln watcliua , bllvorlno cases , $5.50. Adjustable Elgin movement in Ilk. gold filled cases , warranted for 20 years , go at $112.00. $112.00.TUB BOSTON STORE , N. W. cor. lUtli and Douglas. IlnydenBros. 8-strinjr cabinet grand upright piano , now saalo , $167.60. SHOES SOLD BY THE COURT Gene Up ! Busted ! Bankrupt ! Hard Times ! Couldn't ' Pay Nice Shoe Stock. SOLD BY SHERIFF TO BOSTON STORE Mighty Interesting Itemllng Showing Iloir One Ot editor Attached tlio Whole hhno Stock-Sold It to Us And Got Wliiitllo Could. ALL THESE SHOES GO ON SALE TOMORROW. It was just as easy for The Boston Store to buy this slock of shoes as il was lo buy tno Stonohill block of dry goods. Both slocifs were bought under like circumstances. This shoo man morlgagcu his stock just like Stonohill did. The creditors attached this stock just the same as tliov dla the Stonolilll slock. And Ihis shoo slock was sold lo us at sheriff's public auction just as Stonohill's stock of dry goods was. Every pair of shoes In this stock on sale is warranted and guaranteed by us to wear well and give proper satis faction in every way. Wo will roplac3 any pair free of charge that does not do so. All Iho 33c carpet slippers go at 19c. All the infants' fine boulctlas and soft solo shoes , regular price 50c , now 5c. All Iho ladies' $1.50 kid button shoos go at O'Jc. All the ladles' $2.25 shoos in C. S. last go at $1.25. All the 81.00 clolh lop , turn bullon shoos go ut $2.49. All Henderson's 81.00 soolmakid shoes go at $2 49 , any style of too or heel. All the linont lincbof Cincinnati shoos , never totalled less than $7.00 , go tomor row al 81.00. Few people realize at first reading what an immense inducement and re duction tills is. You c.ui save ( $ : i.OO ) thrco big dollars on ono single pair of shoes , and wo will refund the money for any pair of these t > hocs th it you can duplicate for the same price. It is true that The Boston sloro shoo doparlmcnt is tlio biggest shoo toro in Omaha and sells moru ulioos tluui any other shoo store in Omaha and gives you shoes al one-half the price that you would have to pay anyone else. But this $7.00 shou is a shoe lhat is so fine , so beautifully made and sucli an ologunl filling shoe lhat wo justly claim it us ono of the mostsurpriblng bargains ever ollored by The Boslon Store , and that's saying a good deal. MEN'S SHOE BARGAINS. All the men's shoes in this stock go at the same groally reduced prices and with the same strict guarantee that each and every pair will wear well und give proper satlsfticllon , and lhat the money will bo refunded in every case whore they do not do so. See these blgbirg.Uns in men's shoos. Your choice of any innn'ri low shoo in this stock , no matlcr how fine , Slaoy , Adams & Co. or any ether make , $1.19 n pair. Men's fine kangaroo and calf shoes , worth from $0.00 to $7.00 a pair go at $3 50. Men's 81.00 calf shoes , $2.00. Thubo are simply u few of the ordinary' ' bargaiiiB in thin stile which it will pay you doubly to attend. Remember thn shoo department as well as the rest ot the big store is opun until 10 o'clock tomorrow nighU THE UOSTON STORE , N , W. Cor. 10th und Douglas streets. This PRFCIOUS OINTMENT is the triumph of Scientific Medicine. Nothing has ever been produced to equal or compare with it as a CURATIVE and HEALING APPLICATION. It has been used over 40 years , and always affords relief and always gives satisfaction. Tor Piles E\teinal _ or Internal , Dlind or Weeding ; fistula in Ano ; Itching or Bleeding of the Rectum. The iclief is immediate the cure certain. For Hums , Scalds and Ulceration and Contraction from Burns. The relief is instanf the healing wonderful and imeqiialcd. For Boils , Hot Tumors , Ulcers , Fistulas , Old Sores , * Itching Eruptions , Chafing or Scald Head. It is Infallible. For Inflamed or Caked Breasts and Sore Nipples. It is invaluable. Price , 50 Cents. Trial fire , 25 Cents. Sold l > y Drncicliiti , or lent roet-inll en ncH | I of irlre. s' nrD.ro. , 1114 us nuium si. , M.IV ioiii > . When "old Sol" makes all things sizzle , Drink Hires' Root Beer. When dull care makes life a fuzle , Drink Hires' Root Beer. When you feel a little dry , When you're cross , and iTon't know why , When with thirst the children cry , There's a sweet relief to try- Drink Hiroa' Root Beer. A 25 cent Paclrage makes five gallons. MANHOOD RESTORED. "SAHATIVO. " tin Wonderful , Hpi-nlnti lirinnly , I' fold with Written Cuorontoo tocuru nil Mnou : Ills- lares , buili uj Wtalc Memory , J/o ft Ilialu 1'ower. Headache , Wakertiliic , I.oitSUn. hood , Kcrrouinesn , I Ji- filmic , all drains nnJ log ) of ixmer or tlio Ccneratlra Oreani In .1 il illhrr eez , cauicil by ovepricrtliiN , jinlllifiil linllBCMllnnii.nr the rumlva an-of loliaioniiini | | , ir Uliniilnuli , nhkh ultimately hud tn Ihllrnill ) , C' < pii > uinil | ( ( > ii anil Ininiiltt I'ut up liicnnvnlfiit fitun to rarrv fit the ttfct p'H.ktt , l'ilc $1 n | < ackiit. 01 Q fur . \ \ 1th evuy fjortli r we Klve a wrltton diiaranteo to euro or refund tlio mono } , hint hy niiill tu mi ) addrrei , ( Iruilnr liet 111 I lain entelpr | Mi-jillou Uilimr | | AdJiim , MADRID CHEMICAL CO nrnudi Ofl'.cofai U.S.A. II. II.U roii BAM : IN OMAHA. NED. , nr Knhti kCoCor IMti& Douiclan6I < > A I ullcr i Co. . fop 14th A.UaucIiiSU. We lend Die nmrvflnin Krfnrli Ilcinedir CAI.THOB frif , ami n Ucal Kuaranl otliatC'ALiiioi nil ) I.Tdl' DUcliuriie. A KmUdoni , I IfUK Siirrm torrhrii.urteocrlu uqd UKlJl UIIK l iit N lc r. Cie it and fay i/tatisjleit , Mima , VON MOIIL CO. . fk > U 4nfrltt i | U , llit ll , Oklo. A lorpld lltitr l lli Miur iuril > i. | > ci | > kliii > lcU lu'iiilaclir , toiintliuitlnii , plli d , A lllllullH ItlVtT , UllllUllllllJUIII IKlllU. T tt's Tiny Pills liiitui i > uclliiM-lli ttuii Iliu llt r. ru > Ktorlni ; It tn litultliy in tlnn. KfiiU , ' * DR. J. McGREW THE SPECIALIST. if ? 5i1rV 8si1TUUllo'ro'ltlnontor ' "I' ' forma of PIUVAT13 DISEASES , nrnl all dlsonlon nnd ( InlllltleB of youth aud m.inhooil. ITyonrs * cxpcrlumo. His resources anil facltltlun nro pr.ictic.illy unllmltud , Tlio Doctor U recorn- niondeil by tlio pre , and oiulorsod In the strongest terms by tlio people for fair irout- ineiil nnd Inmost professional udvlco , Tlio most poweifnl remedies known to inodorn Milenco for tlio successful troutmont of tha following dlsoa os : GONOKIIHOEA Immcrtli'to rollof , A corn- iilotocnru without tliu loss of un liour'u llmiu finin liuslnt'ss. QLEEr .Ono of the most complete nnil sno- rcssfnl trtiiitmonts for uluut ana nil annovlnic illsahiirjcs vol. Unoun to the muillciil jrofoj- slim. The resultsuru truly wonderful. STHICTUKE Oru itust , known remedy fo tliu treatment of Mrluturu , without pnln , out-i tlni ; . ordilatlnz , A moPtri'imirkniilu romcilv.i SYPHILIS-No ttontmont for this terrlulo blood dlboiiso has uvor lioon moro succoHiful. ) nnrliiid Htioii oronilorsemont9 In tin ) lluhti of nuiduin Kulonco thm dlHonso Is positively our.ib o and every trace of tin ) poison entirely rumoveil from the hlooJ , LOST MANHOOD , nrnl ambition , nervous ness , tlmlditv , dosponilenuy and all wuakncsi und dlsorduis of youth or munhood , UolloC olitnliu'd .it onco. SKIN DISEASES , nnd nil dlstmaes of thr > blninai'ii , blood , Iher , Uldnoya und bl.tddur nro tro.itud u cLcssfully with the Kioatoi knciwn remedies for the UlHj mi * . Wrlto for olroulars iimlouostlon Il9t.f. 1 Itluinil J'ni-iKiin fit * . < HHiilni.\ab ave Your Eyesight Hyestested free liyan nXI'RRT 1'orfect adiustmont. Bupurlor lonsei. Norv- ouhliuailiiclu ] uurud by inliii ! our Hpcutuolea nnd Cya lasaos 1'rlcoi low for flrat clai toodB. ; THE ALOE& , PE HFOLO CO , , 11IS 15th St. , Crolirhton Block Healthful Happiness. The hlcyulo of tomorrow mny bo better tluui the hloyclo of today The Columbia of today IB the boat of the duv H cannot bo better until il la made bottur It cannot bo iniido ' better until inoduni muohunloa ad- vniiuo unto ntiothor nlano of suc- cua ful uuootnpllshmont In those diiV'H the Columbia will loud us lu tlio days of now. All nlMjulColumbia ! , it pagei of poitlvlt r , II lllu > lrutloutrou nl ny I'olumlilu mfiinoy or iit by mall for two I toni tUiupn , 1'upu Mfn Co , tH C'olumbU Are , lluitou ,