The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, October 23, 1878, Image 2
& THE JOURNAL, -i - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 23, It;. R.utcs's best time at Omaha was 2:19. Ox the stock exchange mi London uushresB is almost n. 6tand still. It is stated thnt the October cot ton retartiB indicate a crop of five million bales. Am. the officers of the Glasgow Bank have been arrested on the charge of fraud. A tirm of local iron brokers fail ed at Glaegotv on the 25th inst. Liabilities 150,000. AVilii Geese at Kearney arc so numerous that they are destroying the corn in the tielcln. Justin L. AIoruii.l was elected United Stales Senator from Ver mont, on the 16th inst. It is stated that Rothschild? have agreed to loan Egypt $30,000,000 to clear off her floating debt. Cisonin, the notorious Oregonian who figured duritig the la6t presi dential campaign, is dead. Mr. R. L. Potter, the wheelbar row mnu, arrived about noon on the 15th itikt. at San Francisco. The Concord Savings Bank, lo cated at Concord, N. H., has been compelled to close its doors. One hundred thousand pounds iu eagles from Paris were bought on the 14th inst. for New York. TnE present political campaign iu Massachusetts is one characterized "by zeal, interest and excitement. The bank of France has raised il6 disconut rate from 2 to 3 per cent., and its Joau rate from 3 to 4 per cent. One thousand dollars is offered for the arrest and conviction ot the parlieu who set tire to the DeWitt -MHIf. EbWAitit Overt, citizen of Little Blue precinct, near Juniata, this Slate, committed suicide on the 17th, by hanging. 8. J. Tildes', late candidate for President of the United States, de nies all personal knowledge of the cipher dispatches. Hoar & Co., German bankers, 35 Wall street, N. Y., failed on the 15th inst. The bankers, it is said, were "long' of gold and "short"' of fctocks. "W'm. Mack, a farmer living near Council Bluffs, accideutly shot him self on the 18th inst., the charge entering the right side ot his head and blowing it nearly off. Jesse R. Oaklet, defaulting cash ier of the Meruhauto Exchange Na tional Batik, New York, tor Ids crime gets five years of hard labor iu the Albany penitentiary. A second attempt was made to take thu life of C E. Connor, en gineer on B. & M. train, on the night of the lGth inst., the bull tired at him shattering the glass iu the cab. A 8EUIOCS railway collision oc curred on the 21st iud. nt Ponty Pridd, England, killing twelve per sons and seriously wounding forty others; several had limbsampti talcd. TnE Bank of England has been compelled to meet the demand upon it by raising the nominal rate of discount to six per cent. The charge for advances also has been raised to 7 per ceut. We are assured from proper authority that no apprehension need be felt iu regard to the Red Cloud and Spotted Tail Indians settling on their reservation without auy ser ious trouble. Aboct one hundred indictments have been found iu the United States district court at Richmond, Ya., against that mauy assignees in bank ruptcy for failing to make annual reports as required by law. The fact that the Bunk of Mon treal had only declined five per cent, on half-yearly dividend on the 16th inst., 'when six per cent, was expected, caused a panic in the stock market, stock falling 1'2 per cent, at once. A vert heavy snow storm pre vailed for several days last week in the mountains west of us, which explains the boisterous weather on the plains eatt of the mountains. At the same time heavy raius were re ported iu Califoruia. Last week dispatches from Bos tou report a terrible storm along the coast with great loss of property on sea and shore. At Nantucket the storm was the severest that has oc curred on the island since the mem orable gale in 1S41. Now that the government's prom ise to pay is about to be fulfilled to the very letter, in good faith keep ing its pledged word, n considerable of sovereign citizens are demanding "the unconditional repeal of the re sumption act." TnE walls of the north wing of the capital building at Lincoln have bceu pronounced unsafe, and will be taken down to the second story, the cupola removed and the wing repaired, aud put in good shape for the reception of the legislators. The Union bauk of London tele graphs their agent at New York under date of the ISth, that the ten pound circular notes offered for rale iu the New York market on I he 17ih are forgeries. A number of the notes have been negotiated iu New York City. Doug. Goodale, of Atlantic, la., jost returned from the Black Hills, was arretted last week on a charge of robbing the stage at Hat Creek, W T. A" bar of gold was found in his possession, worth nearly 5,000. The prisoner was lodged iu the Council Bluffs jail. A rEAHFUL prairie fire wa sweep ing over the country in the vicinity of Stanton, this State, and the town at one time was thought to bo in danger of burning up, but was filially caved. Many poor mcu have lost Ihoicall. Their wheal burned up, besides harvest aud farming utensils. It is asserted at Washington City, on tho authority of letters from South Carolina, that Democrats continue to refuse to allow Repub lican meetings to be held wiUiotit dividing the time with their oppo sects, aud at the same time absolute ly refuse to divide time at their meeting- A large trade has been carried on at Bismarck, ,D. T., in Buffalo hides, no less than sixty thousand hides having been ehippedrom that point this season. ' - Postmaster GenehXl JvETand party are returning form California, were at Denver on the 18t inst., and will leave in time to reach Washington City this week. The "noble red man" this time out-generals the military depart ment of the Platte, through the ignorance or deception of the guides, by which the Indians bailie the soldiers at every point, and lead them into the sand hills, from which they might never have extricated themselves. The Omaha Herald bays that Major Davis, the Democratic-Greenback candidate for congress'picach es the gospel of hard money," and further, that "he is free to do this, not having iudorsed cither platform of the two parties, of which he is the candidate for congress." How does this suit our fiat moncv men? The suggestion of the Omaha Re publican is a good oue that the Nationals of Nebraska get together in convention and add a plank to their platform, demanding an in crease of greenback ballots. We suggest that, as they are in favor of "fiat" money they should be satis fled with fiat ballots; if not, why not? There is some excitement at Washington City on account of a number of leading democrats con gregating there from all sections of the country. No clue to the object of their meeting has yet been devel oped, but it is believed that the gathering i for consultation as to Tildcu's cipher dispatches published last week. The joint congressional committee appointed for the purpose of inves tigating the feasibility of transfer ring the Indian bureau to the war department lef'-Omaha for the west Tuesday. It is stated that the com mitteo on their return trip will en deavor to interview the Bannocks, and that they will also visit the Red Cloud and Spotted Tail Indians. It is claimed that the trail of the missing Chcycnncs was found last week, crossing the Kcyapaha river, one hundred miles west from Fort Randall. The trail indicated a northern movement, and was fresh and well defined. This shows that the Indians hate outflanked all our troops and arc now well on their way to the Yellowstone country. It is now known that the awards to American exhibitors at the French exposition number 750, namely ten grand prizes, thirty diplomas of honor, 134 gold medals, 200 silver medals, 220 bronze med als, and 156 honorable mentions, and appears to be a larger propor tion of awards to exhibitors than to any other nation represented at this exhibition. There is still some anxiety mani fested concerning the safety of two parties of forty men who have been engaged surveying government lands on the Niobrara river, in the vicinity of the route of the Chey enne Indians. Up to the 17th, no word had been received from them for two weeks. Gen. Crook has ordered a detachment of cavalry to hunt up the two surveying parties. The most reliable information that we can obtain shows that the total number of citizens killed near the State line by the Chcycnncs who crossed the Union Pacific railroad was 43; 23 on the Sappa, 15 on Bea ver, 1 on Prairie Creek, and 5 near the Republican river. The Indians took away a large number of fine California horses from AVilson's ranche, Hitchcock county. Neb. We learn of no other damage or loss of life utter they crossed the State line iuto Nebraska. Prof. Wm. II. Pancoast of Phil adelphia, made a surgical examina tion of the Siamese twins about two years since, and at the time gave the result of his invetigntion.to his pro fession. The other day the Profes sor had before him at the Phila delphia hospital a baby and a half, a singular human being, with one body, two heads and four arms, in the presence of tome five hundred students and a crowd ol doctors. The only test reported was the lanc ing of the teeth of one, whieh did not in the least seem to disturb the other. They are joined together at the base of the trunk, with, how ever, but two legs, two heads, two separate intelligences and four arms. The same old spirit appears to be cropping out again in South Caro lina. Judge Lee, of Sumpterville, explains why he did not attend the Republican meeting held at that place last week, by stating publicly that "Aide-de-camp Darden, of Hampton's staff, had my house sur rounded with one of his companies, threatening my life in the most abusive language, if I dared to at tend the meeting. I was fo-ced to eeek refuge in a friend's house, whero I remained hid during the entire day, not daring to participate or to be seen with Republican, as I know I would be shot down by Democratic soldiers." A very ead accident occurred at Lynchburg, Va., on the 16th inst. at the Conrt-st. colored church, on the occasion of the marriage of Mr. Thorns" Johnson to Miss Malorida Boslier. Over two thousand per sons were, in the building and just about the. time the ceremonies were concluded it was announced from tlie galleries that the roof, of the building was falling in. At this announcement the audience rushed for the doors and others jumped from the windows. The bride and groom and their attendants were trampled -down and crushed to death. Ten persons were killed who jumped from the windows, and it is believed that about 40 or 50, most of them women, were wounded. The M. E. annual Conference for this State was held last week at Beatrice, Bishop Audrcws presid ing. The proceedings of the confer ence are interesting but too lengthy for publication iu the Journal. We can only give the appointments for the Omaha district as announced by the Bishop as follows. W. P. Slaughter, Presiding Elder. Omaha, First Church, II. E.Fishcr. Omaha, Eighteenth Street, W. K. Beans. South Omaha, P. C. Johnson. Papillion, to be supplied. (G. W. Selby.) Waterloo, to be supplied. Fremont, L. W. B. Long. North Bend, J. M. Adair. Schuyler, C. L. Smith. Columbus, J. Q. A. Fleharty. Albion, Thomas Thompson. Silver Creek, to be supplied. Osceola, S. P. VanDoozer. David City, D. S. Davis. Valparaiso, Edward Wilkinson. Cedar Blufis, to be supplied. (F. H.Tyler.) Wahoo, William Peck. J. 'V. CliirkMm. The Schuyler Sun has the follow ing to say of the Republican nomi nee for Senator of this district : The people of this county require no introduction to the gentleman whose name appears in the above ticket as candidate for State Senator. Mr. Clarkson has been a resident of Colfax county since '73, and we venture the statement that in that period of five years he has done as much to further the interests ot both town and county as any other citizen. However, we do not rely upon that fact alone, but to the people of Platte county who arc equally interested with ourselves, we say, vote for Mr. Clarkson be cause you can trust him ; because in his record as a citizen here there is nothiug but to which we can icfcr with pride. Honest and honorable, a man of unusual intelligence, a cit izen of Nebraska -in the highest sense of the word, because one who exerts every effort to further her interests, we believe Mr. Clarkson would be an honor and credit to our district as a member of the State Legislature. Kcsitl This. By the rule, it a man is not true to himself, he will not be true to his constituents, if elected to office, and whereas I adhere to the true prin ciples of Democracy and not to par tisanship, and whereas this principle teaches me that a good citizen will censure and denounce any wrong perpetrated by public officers, irre spective of party, as he would en dorse such wrong as his own, by silently accepting and bearing it; and, whereas, I do not wish to catch any votes under false pretenses, as principle and honor are dearer to me than any office, I would hereby caution all those voters who adhere to party before principle, against voting for me at the next election. Henry T. SrEi:itY, Democratic nominee for Represen tative of 51st District. Io tin you -vihti to lc done ly. When the County Commissioners require road petitioners to procure road commissioners at their own cost and without expense to the count-, it is equal like unto extort ing a special tax from said petition ers ; aud when Co. Com. require road petitioners for a county road to procure the right of way at their own cost, it is equal to require ol the owner of a private road, to make a present of said road to the county ; and when Co. Com. accept in full the accounts of a road supervisor, they virtually accept all the claims for labor performed by order aud under supervision of such road su pervisor, as the practice is now in our countv. Henry T. Srrennv. folin Wise. In the last Era there was a card, signed by one McAuley, a political and social nobody in Mr. Wise's neighborhood, iu which he makes the following reference lo Mr. Wise: "This gentleman has already filled two terms iu the office of Precinct Assessor and during that time, as sessed the email house of Mr. .lessen, for $200, jnt because lie did not vote for him the previous election. .Again he assessed tho ponies of a man living near him, for ?40, which was by mutual agreement, but after he got home that evening, he po litely changed it lo $70." This couldn't refer to any but II. B. Jessen,as there is no other there, and his house, granary and other buildings, all together, were assess ed at only $100, one-half of McAu ley's amount given, and Mr. Wise could have entertained no such mo tive, as ascribed by this wilful falsi fier, because he had the solid vote of his precinct, at the " previous election." Nothing further need be said except to refer to the subjoined card, (which will appear in the next JEra.) and in which tho name of H. J. Neisius, the owner of the ponies, appears : A CARD. Editor Era, Sir: We, tho uu derslgned, political r opponents 'of John Wise, who is Republican can didate for Co. Commissioner, pro nounce the attack made against Him 'as Precinct Assessor, published in the Era or Oct. JSJth, signed by one McAuley, to he a base slander and that the slander and slanderer are both beneath the notice of all fair miuded citizens. C. A. Newman. JBiRn. Ellis, II knh y Wilke, Patrick Brennan, L. Staab,- II. B. Jesses, H. J. Neisius, The above-named Jessen is the one whose house was assessed by Wise, aud H. J. Neisius is the man whose horses were assessed. The following will also appear of record in this "case," in the next Era: "Editor Era: In my letter of the 19th inst., I expressed myself from information received from in terested parties. Since the publica tion of the card 1 have ascertained that I was misinformed in regard to the assessment of Mr. Jesseu's house. McAuley.'' COLUMBUS MARKETS. GRAIN, AC. Wheat No. 1. 44 44 4) M 4S " "3 -JO " Rejected , 25to 30 Corn, 15(57)17 Oats, 18 Barley 30 Rve 20 Flour, $2252 75 Graham 250&3 00 ileal, S0(S1 00 PRODUCE. nutter, 12Jl!i Beg, . 1218 Potatoes, lf20 Bcambu 150vj2 00 Peas .r0(37.- Onions 4050 Turnips4 T 2540 Beets 4 2540 LIVE STOCK. Fat IIogR, 200 Fat Cattle 2 2S2 .r0 Fat Cows,.' 2 25i!50 Calves 3 00t00 Sheep 3 00 Good veal, per hundred, 5 00 Hides, green salted, 3 50 meats. Hams, 10012 Shoulders, 47 Sides, 6(g!) Corned Beef 7 Steak 812J; C0LU1I3-C nHAHSIAL E4.2ZZ7 2EP02?. Corrected by Columbus State Bank Gold $1.00 Platte Count- Warrants.. 85 lo 100 Other 4' " 70to!0 City " 75tofl0 School District Bonds 75 to SO State Warrants 90 to 100 Exchange on Europe .... 2 41 " New York... 1-iiof 1 p.cl. " " Chicago 1-5 4' 44 '4 Omaha 1-10 " Canada currency, 5 per cent, discount. Silver change in large amounU, 3 per cent, discount. Sliver dollars, par. HOMESTEAD NOTICE. U, S. Land Office. Grand IMand Neb., 1 October 10th, 1S7S. ) COMPLAINT having been entered at this office by William M. Brown against John Tar'py for abandonini; his Homestead Entry, No. 7410, dated March 13, 1S78, upon the north 4 of the south east y, Section 8, Township 1!) north of Range 2 west, in Platte county. Nebras ka, with a view to the cancellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby summoued to appear at this otb'cc on the 14th day of November, l.STd. at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. Depositions in said case will be taken at the office of II. G. Carew, Columbus, Ncbr., Nov. Sth. tSTS, 10 a. m. M. B. IIOXIK. BcKistor. 410-4 Wm. A NY AN, Receiver. HOMESTEAD NOTICE. U. S. Land Office, Grand Island. Neb.,1 Oct. 21st, 1878. j COM PLAINT having been entered at J this oflice by John N. Nelson against Joseph M. Morel for abandoning his Homestead Entry, No. 5700, dated August 25th. 1874, upon the Southeast i Section 18, Township 20 north, Range 4 west, in Platte county, Nebraska, with n view to the cancellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby sum moned to appear at this oflice on the 2(i:h day of November, 1878, at 10 o'clock a m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. Depositions in said case will be taken at the oflice of H. G. Carew, Columbus, Neb. Nov. 20th. 1S78. 11 oclock a.m. M. B. IIOXIE. Regi-ter. 441-1 Wm. ANYAN, Receiver, J. M. HONAHAN, Kissfutircr sl ieilor is Boots Shoes. First-Class Work and M Mrial, E3T"Full selection of eastern work al-uay- on hands. Repairing neatly and promptly done. Store opp. the Post-Office, on 13th St. 4iw.tr HARDWARE! GUS, A. SClIUffiDEK, DUALKKS IN COOKING ZL HEATING STOVES, Shelf and Heavy Hardware! ROPE, NAILS AND IRON, Copper and Tinware Table and Pocket Cutlery. "We would call the attention or the public to the fact that we are enabled to sell our goods cheaper than any house iu Columbu". ELEVENTH STREET, directly south or A. uenry s Lumber 1 ard. 407-x BARGAINS! BARGAINS! CLEARING OUT SALE -OK- Boots, Shoes, HATS, CAPS AND GLOVES. I am selling out my entire stock of the above goods AT COST, FOR CASH ONLY. X. COCKBURN, AT TnE OLD TOST OFFICE STORE. 130 3. IT PAYS . AT THE ORIGINAL 0NE-JPRI0E CASH STORE Because our expenses are very small compared with other stores In Co lumbus, which enables us to sell jSTICIE 3STEW GOODS At PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. Wo have "one of the best stocks or CLOXIUG. all or the latest styles, that ever was brought to Columbus and at lower prices than Clothing was ever sold for before. ' - " We have a full line of BLUE FLxVXXEL SHIRTS, and a Complete Liiie of G-ENTS' UNDERWEAR at Low Prices DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, White Embroiders, Millinery Goods, Prints, 9 BLEACH MUSLIN, UNBLEACHED MUSLIN, HATS, CAPS, G-LOVES AND MITTENS, WHICH WE CLAIM TO SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN COLUMBUS. C03IE AND TRY US. MORRISSEY & KLOCK, Store Opposite M. H. "White's Harness Shop, Olive Street. J32-tf G. H. KKAU8E & SONS, (Successor to W. H. tVINTKIUIOTHAlI,) DEALERS IN H Jsk R DWA R E STOVES AND TINWARE. LARGE Pocket and Table Cutlery Nebraska Avenue. CuXUMBUS, - LOW SQUAEE DEALING- Have always been the Motto of GALLEY BROS., DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Cents' Furnishing Goods, BOOTS & SHOES, S FANCY NOTIONS, Hats and Caps, G-loves and Mittens. "We siro also I-Ieadqiiarters on Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev erything kept in a First-class Millinery House. Talk is Cheap, but Wc will nob he undersold by any Straight Dry-Goods House in the West. A Child can Buy as Cheap as a Man. One Price lo All is Our Motto. ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF HENRY'S LUMBER YARD. JAEGGI & SCHUPBACH, (Successors to A. Henry) DEALERS IN LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, WINDOWS, DOORS, ULINDS, BUILDING TAPER, Oak Lumber and all Kinds of Moulding. CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE AT I'RICES Ranging from $7? $12.50 r m w ; - u ! Description. N W ', E 4 of S W X and N W KfS'K - -NEK "d K i of N TV i 1 c 2v 2v lc 1 c lc N 4 and iijjoibJiK All of ... S E KfS-'K -V 4 of S AV i and S E y N E'lofN El... . S p: K and E 4 of S " i and S V'Xot S W'K .. N E H, S E K of N Ar K, N 4 and S E i of S W V ami j ui a jj N Js, N K of S E H and AV u'ofS W i jYH or SE 1 o lc le lw lw S M of N E i and N U of NAVJi" E y. of N W 14. N E K of SW W and S W i of S V," y lw lw 2w ltt E 14 of N "Ur H, N A7 of N K lA SEof2f WK.XEjof s v y nnu 4 or s e y NEJ-f Improved Farmx. S. svry 8 E K and N "V H of N Y y. 20 W KandNEK 20 Sv i ' 1 Ej 4"" ...... ...1.. J. A. REE Columbus, T. It. 1G It? IU It 2v 2w 3v Nebr. "DTPCr' bufeliiess you can engage JjjDjO JL in. $ to $-20 per da- made by an-worker of either .sex. rigbt In their own localities. Faticulars and samples worth $5 free. Improve your spare time at this business. Address ctinon A-Co.. Portland, Maine. 3 c g s It 17 r it 17 17 23 17 3 18 fl 13 13 M 25 18 27 IS 31 18 S3 18 11 18 15 13 17 18 23 18 33 IS 23 10 I TO TE ADE STOCK OF - NEBRASKA. 435-x. PRICES AND- - "VT T Great chance to make 2.1 II money. If you can't j vXJJL tect oli y" can Bet greenbacks. We need a person in every town to take sub scriptions for the "largest, cheapest and best Illustrated family publication in the world. Any one can become a suc cessful acnt. The most clccant works of art jfivcii free to subscribers. Tbi. price is so low that almost everybody subscribes. One ajent reports making ovcr$l.VJ in a week. A lady agent re ports taking over 400 subscribers in ten days. All wbo engage make money fist. You can devote all your time to the business, or only your spare time. You need not be away" from home over night. You can do it an well as others. Full particulars, directions and terms free. Elegant and expensive Outfit free. If you tt-ant profitable work send us your address at once. It cots nothing to iry the business. No one who engaires fails to make great pa v. Address "The Peo ple's Journal," Portland, Maine. 32-y n. t. nciXAUD. D. SMITH. EULLAED & SMITH, DEALKUS IS J XOJJJJJJ V4XIUUJJ11XXJUI FRUIT, PROVISIONS, &c. SECT OF GOODS AI LOWEST PRICES! All Farm Products Bought and Sold. Highest Cash Price Paid, o i: Goods Exchanged for Produce KJTGoods delivered anywhere in the city free of charge. SEW BUILPIXG ON llTH ST., Two Door East of Journal OfQco. 135 HUNNEMAN & TOLMAN, DEALERS IN 1MBES, SHINGLES, And BuildiiiP Paper. on hand an assortment of HARD "WOOD and 1 E figures for CASH. " Also constantly on hand an assortment of HARD AYOOD and "WAGON" STOCK c make CLOSE figures for CASH. Yard aScu??.?L6rvoer?th st1 Mean fl a ffl o o Extraordinary Inducements Will be offered in CLOTHING, imir goods, Hats, Caps and Notions, As my stock must be converted into cash. Tul! lw chenp, lut price tell, 1 Iiiitc got lliw goad, mid nm bound to njfll. W. H. HEIDELBERGER, o A u o h O o Q fl O pa 12th STREET, (i doors D. C. LOV ELAND. LOVELAND & ELLIS, COKTR-ACTOfiS KM BUILDERS! General Shop Work Done; ALSO, PLANING- AND SAWING, All Manner of Wood Turning Done to Order. ALL SIZES OF WELL TUBING CUT. nroirx: fronts a specialty. BUILDINGS MOVED IN TOWN OR COUNTRY. ALL STYLES of DOOKS and WINDOW FRAMES JIatle to Order. , Feed and Meal always on Hand for Sale, Also, Lime and Hair. 53TWILL EXCHANGE FEED OK MEAL FOIt GRAIN. "'aeil COLUMBUS. NEB. THE REVOLUTION Dry Goods and Clothing Store Is now ready for the Pall and Winter Campaign with an immensa stocK. or Ready-made Clothing, Dry Goods, Carpets', Hats, Cups,.: ''Tr Etc., Eic. At prices that were never heard of before in Columbus. 5- Dry Goods have taken a big tumble in the Eastern Markets.Iately,,. and as I buy my goods strictly for cash, I wiU give my customers the ben efit of it, and supply them with anything in my line at much lower prices than they were ever known to be heretofore. All I ask for is, give me a friendly call and con vince yourself of the facts. I. GLUCK, -.".;, Proprietor of the Revolution Dry Goods Store. AERIOAaST MEDICAL I UAL IHSTITHTS. t. z. Krrcs2i.li, a. d. D. 7.2U2?7X;,X.S Plysicis in Snrgeons. ;. S. XE2CE2, li. 0. 4 J. C. 2211132, H. :., cf Csiis, Costing Physicians a&i Surgeo&3. For the treatment of all classes of Sur gery and deformities; acute and chronic diseases, diseases of the eye and ear, etc., etc., Columlras. Neb. cautionTI Threshers, Beware! OF paying high price for 3Iachini flMu till vnn hivp rnllcll nt thi Bed Front Drug Store, opposite the Tost . OH!... ..... ...Ml ..... a l...r...fi c:.- i lIUll, IIIU IUU lllll fctfc uurui. CIA kind-. 433-3m TO THE PUBLIC. I am now agent for FJ.irper's xehool book publication;), and am prepared to furnih school-books to individuals or school districts for introduction to about one-half the retail price of other school-books. ESTTheic books in thomain are on the Stete List. 135 S. L. Babkett. "Iont Yoh Kef," For if you do you will Iokc money by purchainsr an exDenalre Wind 31iN. when you can buy one of J. O. Shaunon j for about one-haff the inonev thnt any other costs. Call on J. O. Shannon, on I 11th street, opposite 3Ichlon Clother's tore. Columbus. N-b. 411-13 I LATH, BOOBS,, WINDOWS, COLUMBUS, NEB. Business ! o o o 1 c H fl o VI P w p west of Hammond House), 2Jo! L. F. ELLIS. WIGGINS - SKLI.M TKK 'CROWN JEWEL,' THE FIXES T AND BEST. Hard-Coal Stove in the Coutrr, Besides other kinds too numerous to mention. JSTHeatlng .Stoves with or without oven attachment, at Prices Lower than Ever Before. 439.3 .11 A ICY AI.mtlCJUTV Merchant Tailoress, 13:1 ZMttX, :;p::i:e ?:it-c2re. 3Icn and boys' Miits made in the litest tyle,and good lits guaranteed, at very low prices. 3Ien8 suits WM) to $9.00, according to the nod and work. Boys' suits fl.00 to $1.00, according to Mze. XSTCLEANUfGANDRETAIIUXG VOSX.JgZ Bring on your soiled clothing. A whole suit renovated and made to ap pear " -ood is nv fjr .1.2. 4'24-y fllllll i r ' ir !