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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11, 1878.
Communications, to Injure insertion
in the next issue, should be in band on
Mondays; ir lengthy, on Thursdays
preceding; issue-day. Advertisements,
of whatever class, should be in hand by
Advertisements under this head 15
cti. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line
each subseaucnl insertion.
Snow without wind on Sunday.
John Henry's Utile child is ill.
Peter Marlz lost two head of
cattle last week.
Fred. Robar and wife are on a
visit to Grand Island.
Governor-elect Nance passed
down the road Monday.
Rob. Pinson has loBt four head
of cattle by "the disease."
Large lot of Toxes and barrels
cheap at Marshall Smith's.
Large lot of boxes and barrels
cheap at Marshall Smith's.
Kramers 6old $1G0 worth of
goods to one man last week.
F. W. Ott sells you toys cheap
er than any one else in town.
Charles Morrill, Esq., of Polk
couuty was in the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Henry have
been cast the last fourteen days.
Found. A pair of gloves. Call
at this office and prove property.
J. C. Morrisscy shipped eight
car loads of hogs the last two weeks.
A good Fanning Mill for $15
at John Wlggins's Hardware store.
Jno. Henri' ni,d wife of Fre
mont are visiting friends in the
Win. Ernst, living near Jackson,
had two colts killed Just week by
R. T. HuIIard of the North Star
Grocer' is confined to his room by
Geo. Hcnggler's advertisement
of brick for sale appears in to-day's
Mr. Brainard of the Boone Co.
Argus was in the city several days
S. O. Raymond returned Wed
nesday last from his trip to Burling
Choice Missouri Sorghum syrup
best out, at Billiard & Smith's
Fifteen dollars will buy you a
good Fanning Mill at John Wig
ging's Hardware 6t ore.
Of the last nine applicants, only
two obtained certificates to teach
hchool in Platte county.
Our list of subscribers is receiv
ing man accessions, and there is
ever room for one more.
Hogs are a treacherous thing to
deal in. The safe way is to buy on
large margin, and sell quick.
Don't pay two prices for gloves
and mittens when you can get them
at Marshall Smith s at cost price.
L. Kramer has recently employ
ed Mr. George Ilaskius nnd M.
Brady; this nrnkes nine of a force.
The new Presbyterian church
building is enclosed, and we pre
sume will soou be ready for oc
cupancy. M. Kramer of the New York
Cheap Cash Store started lor Chicago
Thurdsy Ia6t to lay in a flesh sup
ply of goods.
The Era status that Miss Cynthia
Rose, sister of Orlando I Jose former
ly of this city, died at Bullcfontaiue,
Ohio, Dec. Gih.
Preaching at the M. E. church,
tlil city, next Sunday, 11 :u in. and
7 in the evenimr, bv the pastor, Rev.
W. II. Mottcr of David City is
canvassing this city and county for
Hill's Manual of Social and Business
Forms. It is a good book.
W. C. McFayden of Boone Co..
has sold his laud there and purchas
ed a tract on the Reservation on the
"divide" just west of Genoa.
F. Gerber So Co. keep the best
assortment of furniture and sell at
the lowest prices. Give them a call
at their new store on 11th street.
Mclntyro is quite a genius a
nutmeg grater 16 his latest, and it
will certainly do the business, just
as easy as a coffee-mill will fulOl
The Opera House was pretty
well filled with attentive hearers on
the occasion of Rev. Sherman's lec
ture on temperance Sabbath even
Elsewhere wc chronicle the birth
of two boys in the city. Wc add
here that the children, the mothers
and likewise the fathers are doing
G. H. Krause So Sons have es
tablished a branch hardware store
at Rising, and Paul A. Krause went
over on Tuesday to take charge of
Geo. and Joseph Hengglcr re
turned from a deer hunt last week.
If they weren't very successful in
finding game, they did find a mag
Cbas. McCoy and Jno. Stupfcl
of this place have opened a meat
market.&t Rising City, Butler coun
ty. They understand the business,
and wc wish them success.
Miss Binnie Glover will conduct
a singing-school Friday evening
next, at the M. E. Church" We hope
that the lovers of music will give
her proper encouragement.
David Carrig tells us that he
' lost six head, his brother ten head,
and all his neighbors, more or less,
, by ''the disease,'' except Mr. Hays,
who has not allowed his stock to run
into the corn fields.
Fred. Matthews has been driv
ing a young horse on the road lately
and almost everybody has been ask
ing what he wasj and where he came
from. We have heard that ho is a
"good one," and that when "old
r Fred." "shook him up" he would
strike a terrible gait.
It is true you are getting a good
deal less for your wheat than you
did last year, but you can purchase
ucarly all the goods you have to buy
for much less than you did last year,
by calling on L. Kramer's New
York Cheap Cash Store en 11th St.,
J. C. Mqrrisscy's old stand.
Large lot of boxes nnd barrels
cheap at Marshall Smith's.
V See F. W. Ott for your toys'.
He makes it a specialty to sell cheap.
W- Don't sell or sow dirty grain
any longer, when you can get a good
Fanning Mill at Wiggins'a Hard
ware store on 11th street, for $15.
Pat Murry has five hundred
cords of wood for sale, the proceeds
of his Reservation land purchase.
He is delivering it by the car
Platte county's Sup't. of Public
Instruction claims that his corps of
teachers excel in qualifications those
of any other county along the line
of the U. P. road, we6t of Omaha.
The new Presbyterian church in
this city will be opened for worship
next Sabbath, Dec. 15th. Morning
service at 10 o'clock, evening at 7,
by Rev. R. Christison. The public
are cordially invited.
On motion of E. J. Baker, the
city printing is to be let to the Co
lumbus Era, for the present. 'The
Jookkal's bill since June 1877, was
$15.22; the statute rates would have
been twenty times as much.
Our pork dealers shipped four
teen cars of fat hogs last week
Anderson, e'ix, Morriseey, four,
Henry, two. Baker & Gillett, two.
All merchantable hogs in this sec
tion will soon bo marketed.
A telegram here Sunday night
stated that the post-office at Schuy
ler, with the grocery in the same
building, together with J. T. Clark
son's land-office was burned. We
have not ascertained the amount of
David City complains of dis
crimination by the 0. So R. V. R. R.
in favor of the new town, Rising.
A short time ago they had no rail
road aud voted bonds. Now they
have one, but are ready to vote
bonds to a second one.
John McMahon, the night
watchman arrested Tlios. Thornton
last Sunday morning between one
and two o'clock. He was making
toward the river and wasn't going
straight enough. The Police Judge
fined him $1.00 and cost6.
Quarterly conference of the
Latter-day Saints, next Saturday
and Sabbath, at their church in (his
city. Meetings, 7 p. m., .Saturday,
and on the Sabbath, 11 a. in., and 3
p. m. Services conducted by G. W.
Galley, president of the Conference.
The Losekc Brothers brought in
several wagon trains of hogs last
week. Henry's were the heaviest,
aud we believe the best that have
been brought to this market this
season, the twenty-eight averaging
422 pounds. J. C. Morrisscy got
The Library and Rcading-Rooin
Association perfected an organiza
tion last week, by the election of
Win. Burgess, Prest.; D. D. Wads
worth, Mr. Fifield and G. W.
Clother, Vice Presidents; Jno.
Hammond, Trcas. ; Rev. E. L. Sher
Wc are informed tint a writ of
mandamus was to be applied for
yesterday before his Honor, G. W.
Post, at Osceola, to compel the City
Council of Columbus to withhold
liquor license from certain parties
apphing who, it is alleged, have not
complied with the law.
Billy Keller reports his "string"
of trotters as all in fine condition.
'Boston Davis" who has been "laid
on the shelf" for the last two months
is again on the road, and Billy says
he will make the "boys" think there,
is a "mud storm" if they try to fol
low him the balance of the winter.
Of course you are preparing to
spend a few dollars, more or less,
for the surprises of Santa Claus, and
you want to know the place where
you can find a full supply of holiday
goods at lowest prices. Try F. W.
Ott, near the old post-office, one
door south of Brodlcuhrcr's jewelry
X He has trumpets and drums,
bugles aud mouth organs, dolls and
kitchens aud stoves aud arks and
animals of all kinds, pencils and
albums, pens and inkstands, aud a
thousand things b'esides, all cheap
for cash. "Who has all them," 6ays
Miss CurioMtv and Master Eager.
Why F. W. Ott, of course.
Major D. Cuuningham, of
Cadiz, Ohio, made his second busi
ness visit to Neb., last week. We
had a very pleasant interview with
him in this city on the eveuing of
the 5th hist. He left on the early
morning train on the 6th aud will
make a brief stop at Schuyler and
Fremont aud then return home.
As a general rule the weather
continues -good, and everybody is on
the move. The roads are splendid,
and fanners-keep them occupied in
bringing their grain, hogs aud cattle
to the Columbus market. The town
is thronged every day, Sundays ex
cepted, with people engaged in dis
posing of their marketable articles.
Darwinism, or Are Men the
Descendcnts of Apes and Monkeys,
or of Adam and Eve? Rev. Robt.
Christison, formerly lecturer"touThc
Christian Evidence Society of Lon
don," will deliver a lecture on the
above subject, in the new Presbyte
riau church, Sabbath evening next,
the 15th iust. The thinking men of
all creeds and of no creed, are re
spectfully invited. Admission free,
but a special collection will be taken
at the close of the lecture in aid of
the buildiug fund of the church.
Citizcus, turn out and hear the sub
ject of yourancestry discussed, and
help a good cause.
We have blank note books, for
sale, in books of 100 each, suitable
for threshers, mechanics and others
for work and labor; also the com
mon form, and the note "payable at
Columbus State Bank." Also re
ceipts In book form. M. K. Tun
ner. & Co.
The proposition of voting bonds
to the Omaha So Republican Valley
Railroad by Polk county came up
on the 6th inst., resulting in favor of
the bonds by a vote of 7G6 for and
322 against, giving 122 more than
were necessary to carry the bonds.
The friends of the road are jubilant,
as it will doubtless secure for Polk
county a railroad.
Ur; Don't you forget it that Gus-
tave Hellborn is now permanently
located on Nebraska Avenue oppo
site the Clother House, and that he
keeps a first-.class stock of gentle
men's wear, which he is selling at
low rates. If you are in need of a
suit or partOf a suit give him a call.
You will find him always on hand
and attentive to business.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
Church will give a neck-tie party,
Old Folks concert, and supper on
Wednesday evening, the 18th inst.,
at the new Presbyterian Church.
Each lady attending is requested to
prepare two neck-ties of the same
material ; one to be woru by her,
the other to be placed in a sealed
envelope aud handed to the door
keeper. A good time is expected.
All arc cordially invited to attend.
From the Butler Co. Republican
we learn that Win. Ogburn, recent
ly in the employ of Frank Ball, ac
cidentally shot himself on Thanks
giving day while pulling a gun,
muzzle end, towards him. The top
of his head was blown off. He was
21 years old, and came from Jasper
county, Iowa, last July Joseph
Joley and Wm. Wolfe were arrest
ed for stealing horses from Missouri.
One of the animals was found with
The Jubilee Singers performed
at the Opera House last Thursday
evening. They sang the old songs
of the plantation and camp-meeting
as they learned them in childhood,
with much feeling and enthusiasm,
and as we thought with much har
mony for that sort of music. We
regret that wc could not distinctly
catch the full sentiment of the
pieces rendered, and whether it was
the fault of the hall or the imperfect
enunciation of the singers we don't
know, but wc know that our enjoy
ment would have been greater had
it been otherwise.
G. W. Shaffer was in the city
Saturday. He recently lost a steer
by "the disease" common to stock
this full. He opened it alter death,
and found the appearances just as
described recently iu the Journal
by Mr. J. II. Reed. Mr. Shaffer
says that the appearances are iden
tical with those produced by the
dry murrain, many cases of which
he has seen iu the cast. He says that
he never heard there of but one
remedy, which was applied only as
a lat resort, and relief or death was
sure to follow quickly. That is,
take a bottle containing one pint of
strong vinegar, put into it a piece of
white chalk about half the size of a
hen's cgr, stir it but once (as oftener
may burst the bottle,) aud pour it
down the animal's throat.
Wc saw it in all of our ex
changes and we thought it was a
pretty good joke, but for the life of
us we couldn't see anything so very,
very funny about it. It began by
saying " A correspondent writing
from Columbus, Nebr., says" and
then -follows a description of a
cyclone at Lone Tree and Clark's
several years since, and a vivid
picture it is of a massive black cloud
extending a whirling finger toward
the earth, aud sweeping with great
fury whatever came before it, and
then of Jennie, a working girl in a
hotel, stepping to the door to see
what was going on when, "as she did
so she was caught from the door
way by the whirling wind and car
ried over the house, turning round
and round in the air as she went
and after approaching the ground on
the other side she again arose aud
was taken by the whirling wind
over the stores and dwellings a dis
tance of three-fourths of a mile, be
ing lowered so that her feet could
touch the ground as mauy as eight
times during the trip. Exhausted,
but in an erect position she was -at
last lowered to the earth as lightly
as a feather would fall, having re
ceived no material injury, though
almost frantic with fright. The
storm proceeded on its' way, leaving
her in sight of the town, aud iu half
an hour she again put iu an appear
auce at the hotel where anxious
friends were bewailing her sudden
aud mysterious departure." These
arc the words of the faithful chroni
cler, and wc had read them "over
and over again," until we could al
most repeat them verbatim, aud the
mental picture was very strongly
imprinted in the memory. We have
kind friends afar off, however, who
do no forget us, and from some of
these we have received copies of
newspapers containing this identi
cal bit of vivid description, marked
for our particular benefit, aud, to add
toall,iu came a man Saturday with a
Michigan paper marked pretty much
in the same way, and the self-same
Jennie flying and whirling through
the air. If this thing accomplishes
no other good, it will at least adver
tise the name of Columbus, Nebr.
Editor Columbus Journal: I see
that C. L. mil, the book-seller, is unduly
exercised in the interest of the dear peo
ple in regard to which text-books they
shall use in the schools, and has publish
ed a communication from the State
Superintendent calling their attention
to the State list of text-books. This Is
not news to the school officers, nor to
the people in general, for this list has
been the legal one for the last ten years,
aud is published on every blank report
sent to school officers. But nine-tenths
of the districts in the State have adopt
ed other than the legal Hit. Xow if this
law was strictly enforced every one of
these districts would have to buy new
books. But this law nerer can nor never
will be enforced from the fact that it is
now impracticable, and arbitrary. It de
tines what the child must study, no
matter what the desire of the parent
may be. Mr. Thompson and .Mr. Hill
both know, and must admit, that iu the
last ten .years many text-books have
been published far superior to many on
the state list, aud this law, if enforced
prevents their adoption no matter what
their merits may be. Iu conclusion 1
will say that eyery one can see that sel
fish motives alone prompt Mr. Hill to
this action, aud this he will not deny,
lie has books to sell and is jealous of
those who can and do sell them cheaper.
S. h. Barrett.
We desire to thus publicly express
our gratitude to kind friends for
their services in our behalf during
the funeral services ot our little
Annie, aud especially to those little
girls, her former playmates, for their
remembrance of her and the beauti
ful boquct of flowers, emblems of
the clime to which she has gone.
S. O. Raymond,
Julia J. Raymond.
It is urgently requested that all
comrades of the Grand Army of the
Republic be present at their hall on
Friday evening next (Dec. 13fh),
for the purpose of electing officers
for the ensuing year.
F. P. Burgess, Commander.
Regular meeting of Occidental
Lodge No. 21, K. of P., to-morrow
(Thursday) evening. Business of
importance to be transacted. All
members are requested to be present.
By order of
W. H. Winterdotiiam, C.C.
E. L. Siggins, K.R.S.
BECKEIt Monday morning, Decem
ber 9th, to Mrs. William Becker, a son,
weight, eleven pounds.
BltODFEUIIKEU Sunday night, De
cember, 8th, to Mrs. F. Brodfcuhrer, a
SMITU BAYNE On the evening of
the 10th inst., at the residence of the
bride's parents, this city, by Hev. Thos.
Bayne, assisted by Rev. R. Christison,
Mr. Frank A. Smith and Miss Sue Bayne.
HEXSUAAV 1IOLLIS At the resi
dence of the bride's mother in Polk Co.,
Nebr., on the 1st day of December, 1878,
by E. P. Swearnigen, Esq.. J. P., Mr.
John L. Ileusuaw and Miss Emma
RAYMOND Thursday, December 5,
1S78, of typhoid fecr, Anna, daughter
of S. O. and Julia Raymond, aged five
MAGOON Died, at Lincoln, on the
morning of Nov. iOth, Dana Magoon,
late of "Watts ville, in this county, iuthe
2Sth year of his age.
Mr. Magoon had been for several years
well known in this county as a younj?
man of eminent worth and promise. His
powers of body and mind were such as
promised an energetic activity of many
years in the fulfilment of those earnest
purposes of Christian benevolence to
which he had dedicated himself. Hut it
has seemed otherwise to the Master of
the Vineyard, who knows butter than
we in which world His people can do
Him most effectual service, and whether
their presence or their memory can ac
complish most in His lower heritage.
Mr. Magoon, who came into the State
with his widowed mother, Mrs. Mehita
ble Magoon, now matron of the Agricul
tural Department of the University, as
the fourth of a laiuily of six, (of whom
Mr. H. C. Magoon aud Mrs. J. R. "West
still reside among us) after having taken
measures for securing his homestead,
engaged for a number of months iu Sun
day school labor in Kanftis, as the agent
of the Am. S. S. Union; and then went
to Oberlin, Ohio, as a student of theolo
gy, expecting, in due time, to enter the
Christian ministry. But his athletic
frame, accustomed to active exercise,
appears to have been unable to bear the
strain of study to which he applied him
self with only too much of the steadfast
earnestness of his character. Besides,
his travels in Kansas seem to have im
bued his frame with so much of the
poison of that insalubrious region, that
although his last illness took the form
of consumption, some of his physicians
were of opinion that it was essentially
a malarial disease.
Mr. Magoon returned here in early
summer, hoping that this health-giving
air would soon restore him. But the
signs of impending dissolution were
only too plainly written on his frame.
Nevertheless we who knew and loved
him hoped against hope, and after he
lert us for his mother's home at Lincoln,
were hardly willing to inquire, until,
sooner than even our fears had indicat
ed, the intelligence came that he was
not among us. He was only confined to
his bed two days, nis mother, seeing
the last hour imminent, asked him if he
feared to go. With a smile of peace he
answered: "Oh, no! I have trusted in
the Lord too long to fear now." And so,
as if sleeping, he passed away. And in
Christ wc know that indeed he "is not
dead, but sieepeth."
From my knowledge of Mr. Dana Ma
goon having been for some time his
pastor 1 should say that the most con
spicuous qualities of his character were
manly modesty, steadfast earnestness,
and singular sweetness of disposition,
all brought under the unwavering ser
vice of Christian faith and love. It is
an honor to Platte county to have num
bered ch a young man among her
citizens, and to have been able to prc
seut him to Christ as a pledge, that,
whatever appearances might be, the
deepest self-dedication to the interests
of his immortal kingdom was to be found
within her borders.
If life be not in length of days,
In silvered locks, and furrowed brow,
But living to the Saviour's praiee.
How few have lived so long as those.
c. c. s.
Mr. W. II. Mottcr is canvassing
the city and county for one of the
most complete works ever put be-
fnrn ho nnhlirv Hill's "Tnrlisnnnsft-
hie" Manual. It treats of Penman-
shin. Rhm-t Hand Writiiisr. Comno -
. w ...v '..wa.v, ... w ...-w.. -
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sition and Punctuatiou, Letter
Writing, Book keeping, Etiquette,
How to collect a debt, Parliament-.
ary rules, How to write for the
Press, Language of the Flowers
and writing poetry. Besides all this
it contains commercial and legal
business Forms, Stale Laws, a Dic
tionary of Synonyms, Interest
tables, and thousands of other things
that arc of the utmost importance to
every man and womau. The book
is handsomely bound in one large
volume, quarto, 345 pages, printed
on oxtra line tinted paper and beau
tifully illustrated. Everybody needs
it. Everybody buys it. When the
agent cails upon you, be sure to
procure a copy. It is worth many
times its cost to any one.
Sneak Thieve in the Neighbor
hood of lotvIIlc.
Some pretty bold pilfering has
been committed in the neighbor
hood of Postville. Some one or
more scamps entered the cave of Mr.
D. Thomas and helped themselves
Others, or the same ones, husked
fifteen rows of corn for Mr. Wolf
aud Mr. Ilenrich, on Mr. Dearing's
place, and took it away.
Some neighbors speak of giving
such nightly visitors a warm recep
tion in the shape ot powder aud "a
little more grape," as General Tay
lor used to sav. A.
To School Officer.
The following letter from the
State Superintendent of Public In
struction to C. L. Ilill of this place
"Lincoln, Nov. IS, 1878.
Mn. C. L. Hill: It is clearly
illegal, as the law now stands, to
introduce or use text books other
thau those on the accompanying list.
This list I have not changed iu any
particular, and it is still the only
'legal list. I regret that in manv
places changes of text books have
been made iu violation of law, since
3UUH uiiiiiius 1 1 :jugiiii' icnu iu iiuu i
additional cost to our schools with-n
out any compensating advantage.
S. R. Thompson."
The State list accompanying the
above letter can be seen at C. L.
Hill's Book Store. Among other
books the list contains Hillard's
Readers, Guyot's Geographies, Har
vey's Grammars, and Seavey's His
tories. Ijlver is Iius:.
The Liver is the imperial organ of
the whole human Hystem, as it con
trols the life, health aud happiness
of man. When it is disturbed in its
proper action, all kinds of ailments
arc the natural result. The diges
tion of food, the movements of the
heart and blood, the action of the
brain and nervous system, are all
immediately connected with the
workings of the Liver. It has been
successfully proved that Green's
August Flower is unequalled 'in
curing all persons afllicted with
Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint, and
all the numerous symptoms that
result from an unhealthy condition of
the Liver and Stomach. Sample
bottles to try, 10 cents. Positively
sold in all towns on the Western
Continent. Three doses will prove
that it it just what vou want. Sold
by C. B. Slillmaii, Dolnm! & Smith
aud A Ilcintz, Columbus, Neb.
P FIVE-CENT HILARS
Made by good-looking Cubans,with
claw-hammer coats aud white kid
gloves, on black-walnut tables. By
smoking these, you will attend
church more regular, and drive fast
horses, and vou will become
"healthy, wealthy and wise."
For sale by Geokue Bieder,
Attention, Shcop Raiders!
We have 15 head of thoroughbred
Bams on hand, which we oiler for
sale, cheap all long wooled, just
what you want to cross with fine
wooled 6hcep with to it pay.
44-1 Gkoss Bkos.
""" L. Kramer has just received
large additions to nis already im
mense stock of goods, in clothing, he,
is able to show some great bargains.
He has the largest stock of goods in
town; does business strictly on the
one-price system, and it will pay
you to give him a call.
The Tattersall Livery Stable is an
excellent place to stop'at when you
arc in town with a team. Good ac
commodations. Reasonable charges.
Ou Olive street, one door south of
Coolidge's hardware store. Try
ill cat Murlict.
Shotweli & Randall having pur
chased the meat market lately owned
by Frank Gillett, is prepared to fur
nish, beef, pork, &c, &c, equal to
the best aud at prices to suit the
ry Times are very hard, and the
products that a farmer has lor sale
do not brin"' him his cost nrice. and
to equalize i the thing and buy your
hardware in proportion to what vou
get for your wheat, you must buy of
G. U. Krause & Sons.
Drake So Smith in Central
Block have just received one of the
finest lot ot button drcs3 goods, cor
sets, millinery goods aud trimmings
ever brought to Columbus. Call
aud see them.
tss For Snlc.
A farm of 159 acres, 125 broken.
One mile west of Barnum's. Please
call ou A. Haight on the Big Island.
Terms easy. 3Gl-x
A large brick store building on
Nebraska Avenue. For terms, &c,
apply to A. E. Pinknev,
446-x Over State Bank.
L. Kramer has opened a branch
Store at Silver Creek and will sell
goods there at the same low prices
that he docs here. 438.
AiirprtiRomnnts nnunr mis neau utt I
cents a line each insertion.
.-Pure cider vinegar at Hudson s.
jL Cloaks for $2.50 at L. Kramer's,
JLGet a hayknife at G. II. Krause,
pUro apple juice cider at Hud-
f Pure Buckwheat flour at Wm.
L Get a buckeye lantern at G. H.
Krause So Sous.
rf- Quinces and Sweet apples aj
T Millinery in the latest styles at
Drake So Smith's.
H- Recollect that Shotweli & Ran
I xln.ll pay the highest urico for hides.
X Bleached muslin 4 cents a yard
at Bonesteel Bros.
if Second-hand school books.chcap,
at Jfl. D. FItzpatrick'9. 44b-x
Y Maple Syrup warranted puro at
L. Cockburn's. -1-10 x
hr The best brands of cigars can
be had at Wm. Becker's.
SL Heavy woolen Scarfs for 25 cts.
at L. Kramer's. 445
rf The best place to trade is at
Bullard So Smith's.
ood pair of grey Blankets
for $1 at
$1 at L. Kramer's. 445
h'" All sizes of steelyards cheap at
G. II. Krause So Sous.
f Bonesteel Bros, are selling a
good pair of kid gloves at 30 cts.
vf The finest line of boots and
shoes in the city at M. Smith's.
hf Save 25 cts. by buying your
flour at Bullard So Smith's.
i"-f Good plaid Liusey, 10 cents a
yard, at L. Kramer s. 44o
hx Get a heating stove cheap at G.
II. Krause So Sons.
.J Ladies' and children's ready
made dresses at L. Kramer's at low
-f-You can always depend on get-
ung tiiu lowest prices at uauey
y- Pickled pig's feet, souced lamb's
tongue aud pickled tripe at Hud-
Woolen yarn 50 cts., a pound at
I. Gluck's Revolution Dry Goods
W Socks at 5 cents a pair at L.
Kramers New xork cheap cash
rY -Oranges, sweet cider and Mich
igan apples jU9t received at Hud
sou's. At Heavy gray blankets at $1.00 a
pair at the Revolution Dry Goods
& Smith will pay cash
3 goods for farm pro-
K" Ladies' trimmed Hals at $1.00
at L. Kramer's New York Cheap
. Wm. Becker will have a new
tock ot Michigan apples aud cider
in a few days.
f Men'6 heavy woolen suits at
!p l.oU at the Revolution Dry Good6
p Good Handkerchiefs for 5 cents
at L. Kramer's New York cheap
-f- Men's woolen hose at 10 cents a
pair at I. Gluck's Revolution Dry
Goods Store. "
eruocker dress goods 10 cents a yard
at L. Kramer's. 437.
vL Gray and While Flannel 15 cts.
yard at L. Kramer's New York
Cheap Ca9h Store.
X Cabbage, onions, potatoes, toma
toes, mellous, and in fact everything
else at Bullard & Smith's.
""! Boots and Shoes at bottom fig
ures sold by Marshall Smith in Cen
U Half blenched table cloth at 25
cts. a yard at the Revolution Dry
if Ladies' Balmoral hose at 10 cts.
Cheap Cash Store.
W 18 yards Cotton flannel for one
uouar at ju. uraniers -ew xorK
cheap cash store.
-f- Canton flannel 18j- yards for
one uouar ai tue Jiuvoiuuou ury
H Unlaundried shirts, New York
musun anu mien, nopom and cults lor
$1.00 at Galley Bros.
rT Bonesteel Bros, arc closing a lot
of laces, Fringes and other dress
trimmings at very low prices.
M Waterproof that beats anything
in town at ou cents a yard at the
Revolution Dry Goods Store.
-f A good suit of clothes, coat
pants and vest, lor .fo w at L. Jira
mcr's New York Cheap Cash Store.
rf- A-lol of children's and Misses'
trimmed hats for 50 cents at L.
Kramer's New York Cheap Cash
fa to re.
Ovstcrs received daily and sold
y the dish, can or case at H. J.
Hudson's, two doors west of the
"4 In order to close out my large
stock of toys iu season, I will offer
the same at prices which will aston
ish cvervbodv. F. W. Ott.
U' Call and see those women's
leather shoes at to cts. per pair at
Bonesteel Bros., they are the best
bargain in the market.
f- Go to S. T. Hill's to get your
watches, clocks aud jewelrv repair
ed. First door south of C.L. Hill's
ook store, Olive street.
Pears, grape3 and quinces, the
ast of the seaton, just received at
I. J. Hudson's, two doors west of
the Hammond II on pp.
" I will not impose on the public
and my customers by advertising
what 1 cannot substantiate. Call
and convince yourself of the fact.
Five thousand pounds of live
poultry wanted tins week, for which
the highest price in cash will be
paid by Ransdell So Smith, opposite
A If you need anything in the line
of hardware, farm tools, stoves that
you can rely upon to do good work,
or tinware, you can buy them cheap
at G. II. Krause & Sons.
- . . .
Ul Go to M. II. O'Brien's for gro
HBoys boots $1.00 per pair at Bonc-
Germm School Booka at Ed
.jL Don't forget, but one price at
Boy's suits and coat9 cheap nt
"fc Mens' boots $1.75 per pair at
nrv-Shotwell So Raudall deal in all
kinds of poultry.
Wanted 500 doz. cgg3 at Bol
lard & Smith's. 430-x.
Up Dresses and Cloaks made to
order at Drako to famuli's.
U When you want Boots cheap go
to Bonesteel Bros.
n See the music boxes at F. W.
Ott's Temple of Music. 411-4
. Good chambray 15 cts. per yard
at Bonesteel Bros.
f Undershirts and Drawors 25 cts.
each at L. Kramer's.
Threshers' notes, in book form,
for sale at this oPico.
Kfs If you hayc any wild game go
to aiioiwcu co tiauuaii.
X Good Winter Caps for 25 cents
at L. Kramer's.
T- R. R. wheel-barrows for $2.50
at G. 11. Krauso & Sous.
""j" A new lot of print 5 cts. per
yard at Bonesteel Bros.
? Fall stock of men's and boys'
clothing at Galley Bros.
Baskets of all kinds at M.
mith's iu Central Block.
H- Good Water proof Cloth for 50
cents a yard at L. Kramer s.
4 Canned fruits and confectionery
of all kinds at Hudson's.
-V If vou want all gooda at straight
prices call ou Galley Bros.
f- It pays to trade at L. Kramer's
New lork cheap cash store.
; Good water-proof cloth at 45
cts. a yard at Bonesteel Bros,
A Ladies' and chlldrcns' shoes"
cheap and good at L. Kramer's.
A Best Norfolk Flour at $2.50 at
M. Smith's in Central Block.
"Ladies' Dresses aud Wrappers for
fall and winter at L. Kramer's.
-V Grain bags $2.25 at L.Kramer's
New York cheap cash store.
"" Grapes, plums and peaches by
the pound or box at Hudson's.
Shotweli & Randall pay the
highest price for live poultry.
-" -M. H. O'Brien sells good gro
ceries at very moderate prices.
bcThcplacc to buy Tc08 i3 at Mar.
shall Smith's in Central Block.
ouan uiuiiu a
gmilh's, at ,?2.50
flour at Bullard So
50 per hundred.
White Blankets $1.50 a pair at
the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
Ladies' cotton hoseG pair for 25
at the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
Ladies' felt skirts at 50 cts. a
piece at I. Gluck's Revolution Store.
-J norso blankets 85 cents at L.
Kramer's New York Cheap Cash
rv" Go to A.J.Arnolds for Jewelrv.
clocks, watches and Silverware, at
prices lower than the lowest. 48-2
Wanted. 1,000 children to buy
their their Toys and Books at E. D.
Fitzpatrick s. 44b-x
Boys' and Ilea's Winter Caps
for 25 cents at L. Kramer's New
York Cheap Cash Store
U A new lot of stylish cloaks just
xcucivcu ui jj. jxituuer , wiuuu wxii
be sold at bottom prices.
Choice trades of cotlees and
teas at Wm. Becker's. He stands
back for none on quality or price.
V Five bu. potatoes for $1.00 and
flour at $2.25 per hundred at Bul
lard & Smith's North Star Grocery.
J Don't be bulldozed with Michi
gan cider, go to Hudson's and get
Ohio sweet cider and you will be
P If you want choice teas, coffees,
syrups, spices or anything else good
in the grocery line, call at William
S A huge stock of tovs for the
Holidays at F. W. Ott's Tov Bazaar.
which will be disposed oi at very
n That pure Michigan cider at
Win. Becker 8 is going fast. If you
want any send in your orders right
-r L. Kramer of the New York
Cheap Cash Store, sells all goods at
the lowest possible prices, and has
one uniform low price, for all.
H "Trumps" arc the "boss" five
cent cigar in the city. Geo. Riedcr
keeps them, as well as other fine
brands. A new invoice just receiv
ed. Try them.
j" You can buy powder, shot, gun
and musket caps, shell primers, car
tridges of all kindi and sizes, re
volvers, gun wads, shot pouches,
powder flasks, etc., very cheap at
G. II. Krause So Son?.
rf" T. C. Ryan has just received a
laruc stock of choice teas and gro
ceries which he is offering at very
low figures for cash only. Highest
price paid for butter, eggs and
Teachers, pupils and others oc
casionally need blank news paper.
We will furnish it in sheets the size
of the Jocunal, 25x38 inchc, four
sheets for 5 cents, eight for 10, one
quire for 25 cents, and cut to suit.
M. K. Tchnek & Co. 445-tf
rf If there is anything in this
world that will save labor, save
cloihe, keep a woman from getting
her dander up, and keep peace in
the family generally, it is one of
those "Welcome" Wash Wringers,
which are the latest-improved
wringer now in uc, and cost only
$G.50. These wringers are sold by
G. II. Krause So Son, who have the
agency for. Columbus. Come and
V GET TTQXyR
Ur Shirts at 25 cents at Li. Jvramers.
Our quotations of tho markets arc ob
tained Tuesday aftcrnoon,nnd arc correct
and reliable at the time.
Wheat 2o. 1 W
" Rejected... 85
Graham, 250&3 00
Meal, 801 00
Iteauf iRhu 15020O
Fat Hogs 1 90200
Fat Cattle, 220((52 25
Fat Cows.. .' 2 25C42B0
Calves .' 3 00400
Sheep........ 3 00
Good veal, per hundred o 00
Hides, green salted, 3 30
Corned Beef !$7
Steak... , 8KJa
Advertisement under this bend five
cents a line, fint Insertion, three cents
a line ca-h subsequent insertion.
SSTFou Bokeii Weli.s leave or
ders at Ryan's Hotel. McDermot it Co.
IScguIur Stock I)elcr.
All kinds of horned stock bought
nnd hold; alio f.it and btock hogs.
37H-y D. Anmcrson.
SS- County Warrants, school
orders, school bonds and good bankable
notes, alio first-class mortgages bought.
Money loaned on good farming lands for
a term of years, by A. IIcnry Colum
BSyGuvoT's Geogkai'iiy Is on the
State list and U thcrofnro the only
Geography that can legally be used Iu
our school. This book and all other
xchool books for sale at C. L. IIiLis
Book Store. -J33-X
To Leader of Amateur IKiiadM
For sale, a full set of Brass In
struments for IS performers. For price
and further particulars, apply to
II. G. CAREW, Columbus, Neb.,
it Sec'y Columbus Cornet Band.
nJt GOOD CHEAP BRICK!
AT 3IY RESIDENCE, on Shell Creek,
three miles eait of Maithls's bridge,
70,000 good. lmrd-Iiirnt brlclc
which will be sold in lots to suit pur
chasers. 418-tf GEORGE HENGGLER.
James Mukky, Plaintiff, )
Thomas Taylor, Defendant.)
Before H. C. Magoon, J. P., Monroe Pre
cinct, Platte Co., Nebraska.
ON the 11th day of November, A. D.,
187, said Justice i-sued an order
of attachment iu the above action fur
the Mini of 173.00 and $23.67 intcrcbt
Monroe, November 30th, 1878.
448-4 JAMES MURRY.
3IanufHcturer and Dealer in
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ALL KINDS OK
Store on Olive St., near the old rost-oflce
Columbus Nebraska. 417-ly
Having just received a large stock of
Toys, and the fact that everybody look
ing at my stock pronounces it the largest
and hot assortment ever seen in Colum
bus, lead- me to Inform you that here
after my store will be known nnder the
"Til E COL UMB US HA ZA A R."
"When in Chicago I spared neither
labor nor expense to get the best and
cheapest assortment for my customers
from the largest wholesale houc4 in
Toy, as well as Albums. Vases. Cups
and Mugs, Statues, Round Volumes,
Candy Toys for Christinas Trees, Etc.,
Too numerous to mention them all here.
1 therefore invite you to come and sen
the B.izaar. You will be'sure to And
something that will suit you.
44G Respectfully, V. VT. OTT.
BULLARD &. SMITH,
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