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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU30. 1S78.
Communications, to Insure insertion
In the next Uuc, should be in hand on
Jlondavs; If lengthy, on Thursdays
preceding i-Mie-dav. Advertisements,
of whatever cla.s, should be In baud by
Advertisements under this head l.
cts. a Hue first insertion, lOcts. a lino
each hub.cuucnt insertion.
Splendid weather after the biiow.
"The barking dog is slow to
Business is "livening up" a
Vole the straight Republican
A. If. Darling was in the city
A. J. Arnold went to Silver
The new Presbyterian church is
goine up at a lively rate.
M. Kramer left last week for the
cast to lay iu more goods.
W. U. Sutton of Boone county
was in the city yesterday.
The Jouunal docs not deal in
personal abuse or slander.
Be Wise and do your own vot
ing on the 5th of November.
Don't forget "Solon Shingle" at
the Opera House, Friday night.
Don't be deceived, but vote the
Republican ticket next Tuesday.
II. P. Bower rejoices over the
birth of a son Saturday evening.
J One dollar will buy a bushel of
apples at Ramussen & Schram's.
John Flynn is putting up a
stable at the brick yard, 22x28 ft.
The American House is on the
trucks for removal to Pacific Ave.
Monday was a beautiful day
and business very lively in the city.
Mrs. Joseph Gross and her two
children went to Omaha Sunday on
"Wm. Eimcrs's building is com
plctcd,will and soon be stocked with
Henry Hcwett opened his new
boarding house on 11th street last
See that your Republican neigh
bor goes with you to the polls, next
James McDonald is running his
barber shop in a part of Waller
Flytiu & Son have on hand
-lf0.000 good, hard brick, which they
wish to sell.
Earnest Hoarc, brother to Ed.
Jloarc, 16 on a visit to his old home
The rains and the light snow
last week put an end to the prairie
Arrangements, arc bcinmnde
to have a rousing I'cpuhliean meet
ing before election.
Mr. F. Brodfuchrcr is convalesc
ing rapidly. We were pleased to
tee him out on Sunday.
Messrs. Clothcr & Wells have
transferred their lumber business Jo
the Chicago Lumber Co.
S. O. Raymond is recovering
Tory rapidly. At one time his cac
was reported as dangerous.
Let every Republican sec that
his neighbor Republican ami friend
i? at the polls uext Tuesday.
Harm may result to your coun
ty and Stale if you neglect or refuse
to vole on the fuh of November.
Don't fail, next Tuesday, to give
expression to your free and un
tratnmcled opinion by your ballot.
Charles A., left the city Monday
morning for the "classic Cedar,"
where he will look after his real
Hurrah for Tom. Ryan and Jno.
"Wise! Huzzah for Lovcland and
Clarkson. Bring out the old anvil
and let it boom.
Miss Rose Rickly is engaged
in teaching the winter school of
district No. 51, a few miles north
west of the city.
The death of A. E. Aunabil,
aged 34 is reported in the Osceola
Jtccord as having occurred at that
place on the 23d hist.
Harry Preston and "Vm. Till
man, of David City, came over Sun
day and spent Sabbath with their
old friends in this city.
Remember that j-ou can buy
apples for one dollar a bushel, which
is equivalent to $2.75 a barrel at
Rasmusscn & Schram's.
"Gov." Nance arrived in the city
Sunday evening and went to Osceola
Monday morning. He is making a
very rapid tour ofthe State.
There will be preaching every
Sabbath evening at the M. E.
Church this city at half past seven
p. m. until otherwise ordered.
The citizens living in the north
ern part of this city are under many
obligations to the Fire Department
for burning a fire-guard in that part
of the city.
"When the frost aud cold winds
have blasted and blighted the beau
tiful flowers outside, it is a grand
fight to look in upon the Hammond
It would be right and proper for
Republicans to appoint a committee
to examine the poll books of every
precinct in the county you know
mistakes will sometimes occur.
The Knights of Honor expect
to hold their next meeting, Saturday
evening, at their new hall iu the
new Marshall Smith building. Their
order has upwards of-fiflv members.
Turn out .Friday uight aud give
the Columbus Amateur Dramatic
Club encouragement by a rousing
Light snow Friday uight and
Saturday morning, the earliest
known In Nebraska for many years.
"Weather pleasant but cool.
"Will. B. Dale, of this city, was
awarded the contract by the Com
missioners of Merrick county for
building a new jail with two iron
Mrs. Reynolds aud Miss Ileiday
this week opened a splendid assort
ment of millinery goods at the new
building of Dr. neintz on 11th
J. W. Davis, the Greenback
Democratic, or Democratic-Greenback
candidate for congress, didn't
put in an appcaraucc Saturday
Every Republican should be
able to distinguish argument from
interested clap-trap to prejudice
voters and influence their choice at
An ordinary business card will
pass through the mails (if- a one-"
cent stamp is attached) provided
there is no. written matter in the
John McMahon was very sleepy
Friday, but pleasant withal. He was
kept awake Thursday night attend
ing to the wants of the arrival of his
Scratched republican tickets are
too common, and don't look well
they have a better appearance when
they come from the other side of
The "Model Young Jfon" will
be the subject o.f the lecture at the
Congregational Church next Sunday
evening. General invitation to at
tend is given.
John "Wise is a careful, judi
cious farmer, an agreeable, intelli
gent gentleman, and will serve the
people well iu the capacity of Co.
Delay your visits and your
journeys until after election. It is
sometimes as necessary to vote as
to shoot, and this, wo think, is one
of those times
Thomas Flynn expects
his new house completed
it lias 1U1.UUU uncKiin
if, is 2133 ft., a basement story, and
two above ground.
Don't forget the Columbus pre
cinct caucus next Saturday after
noon at the Court House, at three
o'clock. Let public matters be done
in a public manner.
M. Smith and his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Minnie Drako have purchased
their stock of Millinery, &c, and
will begin business under the firm
name of Smith & Drake.
Every Republican iu Platte
county should make it his especial
business to be at the plare of voting
next Tuesday and cast his ballot for
the Republican nominees.
Mr. Grimlcy of J. N. Lawson's
music rooms has been engaged by
the Columbus Dramatic Society to
provide at the orsan during their
performance at the Opera House
Mr. L. Ealon, of Champaign
Co., III., is on a visit to his friend
Dr. Martin, of this city ; has been
over a small portion of Neb., and
expresses himself very well pleased
with the country.
Rob. Compton came down from
his ratichc last Friday. He says
that he heard that Lee Goddard,
living several miles west of him,
had all his personal property burned
by praire fire, lately.
Gus. G. Bechcr and J. N. Rey
nolds have removed their business
to the room occupied by Dr. Sig
gins a happy combination of de
fence against destruction by fire,
disease and injustice.
"We have known the time in
Platte county when a change of
three votes would have changed the
result of the election. Sec that all
the Republicans of your precinct
are out on election day.
The farme in the neighborhood
of the Monroe post-office escaped
the recent prairie fires though they
went north, cast and west, and
south of them across tho river. ? In
this they were very fortunate.
Mr. J. C. Lange went to Omaha
last Saturday and came back on
Sunday accompanied by his wife
whom he met there on her way to
her future homcin Columbus. They
formerly tesided in Burlington,
Go to the polls early next Tues
day, and, if you can not spend all
the day, spend a few hours. Let
the Republicans of Nebraska roll up
such a majority for the entire ticket
that it will not be forgotten for
many a day.
AHie Rickly, who has been so
journing iu Omaha for some time
past, came home last Saturday. He
reports that his brother Charles had
made arrangements to make a trip
to Texas, and is probably on his way
by this time.
-l. B. Muhle, living in theiefn
ity of Becker's Mill, was iu thecity
last Wednesday and started hotffein
the evening with a load ofluAib.
In crossing a slough beyond
Shell creek the wagon upset, falling
on Mr. Muhle, and as is believed,
killed himjnstantly. He leaves an
aged mother and several children to
mourn his sudden death.
When au editor thinks it neces
sary to earn his bread by villifica
tion, which is lying and meanness
combined, it is prima facie evidence
that he is not right "in his head,"
and is more to be pitied than con
demned. The convention of the 15th Sen
atorial District met at David City,
Oct. 19th and nominated "W. F.
Kim in el of Polk county. Mr. Kim
mel is a good man, and will faith
fully represent the interests of his
J. N.Rcynolds, a yourg attorney
who has recently located in this city,
comes among us very highly recom
mended by a host of his old friends
and neighbors of Indianola, Iowa,
as au honest, industrious man and
worthy of confidence.
A few votes often determine a
political contest. Republican voters
in each precinct should cast their
ballots and see that all their breth
ren of like political vie'ws arc at the
polls. 'A long pull, a strong pull
and a pull all together."
Adjourned mcc'ting of the
Presbyterian Congregation will
jnect-thc first Sabbath in November,
immediately after morning service.
All the members and those that con
tribute to the support of the gospel
are requested to be present.
Dr. "W. II. Tully, accompanied
by his son "William, of Halifax,
Greeley Co., were in town on Sat
urday last. The Doctor is Repub
lican candidate for county commis
sioner and will undoubtedly be
elected to a position he is well
qualified to fill.
P. F. Terpcnning of Butler Co.,
and his friend Mr. Reynolds, from
Mich., called on'us yesterday morn
ing. Mr. R. is here, partly on busi
ness, and mainly "spying out the
land." Like tho person of old, he
Kays that the half had not been told
him of Nebraska.
The prairie fires iu Polk county
last week were very destructive of
property, many farmers losing their
entire crops and buildings, and three
or four persons seriously burned,
one of whom, Mrs. Ilult, has since
died and the others are reported in
a critical condition.
"The editor of the" Era "was
sitting in front of the fire at home
the other evening," groaning, "when
his" only "lisping prattler waddled
up to him aud asked iu an innocent
tone, 'papa, don't 'oo feel kind 'o
bad 'cause 'urc 'up a tree' and got
'ec 'Diary,' and 'taut del down?'"
Miss Jessie, an accomplished
young daughter of E. R. Dean, Esq.,
Is the prima donna of this city.
Those who fail to attend the coining
school exhibition iu which one of
the most important features will be
Miss Jessie's singing, will miss a
musical treat. Bullcr Co. Jicjmbli-
The Congregational Church
Fund-thing Society will meet at the
church this afteruoon (Wednesday)
at 3 o'clock. The arrangements for
the Fair which the society will hold
in three weeks, is progressing finely,
and promises to be a perfect success.
AU ladies arc invited to the meet
ing this afternoon.
Mr. L. J. Lamb, of Fulton coun
ty, III., has been isiting friends in
Neb., and looking at the county.
He expresses himself well pleased
with the appearance of things. He
left on last Thursday for his home
iu Illinois, under the belief that he
should locate prpnianenlly in Neb.,
the comiug spring.
Rev. E. L. Sherman returned
Monday from the Slate Congrega
tional Association which convened
at Fremont. Among the best things
of the meeting was an address by
Rev. Storrs, on the American prob
lem, the dangers to be avoided, he
thinks, are Roman Catholicism,
communism and paganism.
Miss Reed, daughter of Bcnj.
Reed, of 111., passed through the
city Monday on her way to Madi
son county, where she expects to
engage in teaching the coming win
ter. "We learn from Miss Reed that
her father and family expect to re
turn to Nebraska in the spring, and
again take up their residence in
The law of Nebraska contem
plates that the protection (by firing)
of one's premises from the ravages
of possible prairie fires, shall be
done thoughtfully, by design, and
with the aid of his neighbors. At
least, we put that construction upon
the provisions of the statute which
requires two days notice of au in
tention to start such a fire.
Geo. F. Howell, Eq., former
clerk at the Pawnee Reservation,
latterly of Mt. Ephraim, New Jer
sey, spent a part of last week, in
company with our townsman, A. N.
Burgess, in looking up a location
west of us. We should be glad to
6ce Mr. Howell locate permanently
in this State, as he is a young man
of ability aud enterprise, and would
be an acquisition to any community.
Sec that your ticket contains
the name of D. C. Loveland, as can
didate for the 51st district. II. T.
Spcerry is about to be overwhelmed
by an avalauche of ballots the like
of which he never saw before. Ho
will find that, whether or not, he
holds the balance of power in Platte
county, he is nowhere in the 51st
representative district. We give
Mr. S. credit for being aware of
Pulverize the smut in your corn
fields, or keep your cattle out of
them. Chas. Ricnkc informs us that
it is more poisonous than usual.
Sunday last he lost six aud Monday
three of his very best cat lie, from
this cause. Mr. Gleasou lost four
in one night, and we are informed
that M. Mahcr has also lost by the
same cause. Farmers who heed this
little paragraph may save scores of
F. Peculiar Burgess is a little
more peculiar than usual. Iu last
week's Era he imagines he sees a
huge blood -sucker, fastened on to
some vitals, and that this sucker of
blood and vitals is going to depop
ulate the country unless somebody
chokes it. Is it a case of diseased
imagination consequent upon a se
vere attack of bile, or is it a slippery
chute from unsuccessful Republican
politics into the Democratic slough
A TJniou caucus was held in
Humphrey precinct, Oct. 2Gth, and
the following ticket put iu nomina
tion : S. II. Wanzer, Assessor; L.
B. Leach, Road Supervisor; E. T.
Graham, Justice of tho Peace; W.
Dor, Constable; N. Ciabtree, Walter
Mead and John Alderson, Judircs
of Election, C. O. Moore and E.'T.l
Graham, Clerks of Election. L. B.
Leach presided over the meetimr,
and N. Crabtree acted as Secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Smith,
of this city, appropriately kept and
celebrated the tenth anniversary of
their marriage, on last Monday
evening. The large company pres
cut was composed of their frieiuls
and neighbors and the presents nu
merous; some valuable, others
unique and expressive of the occa
sion. The refreshments were ex
cellent, and the occasion ono of
pleasure and enjoyment and will
long be remembered by their many
Andrew Matthis thinks the best
fire-guard that can be made is, after
you have cut your grass for hay, to
take the mower and go round your
premises, making about six swaths
wide, let it stand two or three days
until thoroughly dry, and then burn
it, while the surrounding grass is still
so green that the fire will nol spread.
Mr. Matthis has followed this plan
for six years, aud iu that time has
not lost anything by prairie fire, at
his home place.
G. W. Galley lost by prairie
fire last week about one hundred
and eighty-seven ions of hay. Wil
liam Mead and sons lost by the same
about thirty-seven tons. The lire
which caused this damage was set
out by Charles Distlchorst, r.ml we
learn that for the past two years he
put out fires which burnt the timber
ofG. W. aud Samuel Galley, Phil.
Goodwin and Mrs. Barrow, and es
caped prosecution, but this year
complaint was made against him',
and a hearing had on last Monday
which resulted in the court biuding
him over in the sum of :?200.
As the election approaches it
becomes more and more evident
that the nominees of the Republican
paity of Platte county will be elect
ed. This is owing to the judipious
nominations themselves; lo the
conduct of the campaign by Re
publicans, aud also, as a good Dem
ocrat lately expressed it to us, to
the prevalence of bad counsels in
the Democratic ranks. It is well
known in Pintle county politics that
much depends upon personal solici
tation, and the character of the can
Two years ago, when T. C. Ryan
was a candidate for representative,
the Era, the Democratic paper of
this place, had this to say of him:
J,Mr. Ryan is a man of high moral
character, of fine address and whose
abilities are acknowledged by all
who know him. The Republicans
arc to be commended for presenting
to the people of this county for their
suffrages a candidate whose business
standing as a business man, as a
scholar, and as a polished social
gentleman, is of the highest order:?
That was true, then, and is yet, aud,
being from a Democratic source
certainly worthy of Democratic
T- Tlse Itoss .Heat .IZarlccf.
An intelligent man who is engag
ed in buying beef cattle, travels
from place to place on that business
and notices the different establish
ments that he visits through the
country, ought to know, and does
know a good meat market, when he
sees it. W. Meyers, who is well
known in this community, is a gen
tleman of this kind, and he declares
that in his travels he has not found
a market so well kept and so well
supplied, anywhere this side of
Omaha, as that kept by Messrs.
Shotwell Ss Randall of this place.
These gentlemen have but lately
established themselves in the busi
ness here, and this is certainly a
good "send olT" for them. It
At a call made by the Republi
cans in Sherman precinct to be held
in Dist. No. 46, Oct. 2G, for the pur
pose of nominating candidates for
the several precinct offices, agreea
ble to the call above mentioned.
The legal voters assembled and on
motion, John Wise was chosen
chairman of the meeting, aud Mel
choir Brugger was chosen secretary.
The chairman then stated the object
of the meeting, and candidates
were nominated" and balloted for in
their regular order, viz: Herman
It. T.llQllOll flUCrtCLOl. Tnnnli TTuIrl
road supervisor; Garhart Luschcn
and Henry Talbke, constables; Her-
man u. Litischen and Herman Picpcr
clerks of election; Hcniv Meyer,
Herman Ludke and G. "Luschcn,
judges of election.
Our Richland Letter.
Richland, Oct. 26, 78.
Dear Joukxal: I have terrible
disasters to chronicle around us,
which happened on Sunday last, the
20th inst. About 10:30 a. m., a fire
started from Bell's woodpile on the
Theinhnrdt farm, ran through the
trees aud started north to Gus
Kluck's farm, burning up the hay
and large woodpile there, it then
went on and burnt up n. Kluck's
granary, stable, hay and machinery,
leaving only the house, (Mr. Kluck
was unfortunately absent in Schuy
ler at the time), the fire then weut
on to the creek, burning out several
more, and when the wiud changed
to the north, it came back, burned
out machincry,graiu, granary, stable,
corral and one horse belonging to
J. McDonald, also considerable
grain for Arthur Spurrell, all the
small grain for Captain Brown, and
narrowly missed burning out Geo.
Lawrence. A lire from tho west,
burnt grain, two calves and a buggy
for E. C. Barnes, also all of Mr. L.
Burns's feed, stabling, &c, leaving
the house and some wheat stacks,
the corrals, part of hay, and most of
the grain stacks belonging to M.
.Burke. Captain F. Barnholdt, had
a narrow escape, his safety depended
on a broken match which enabled
him to set a back fire, aud assisted
by N. B. Woods lit successfully
fought the danger. Your corres
pondent escaped damage by the gal
lant exertions of Captain Bornholdt
and N. B. Woods, and Mr. CKohlcr
did some service
The two former
work in saving the houso of Gus
Kluck, as did also C. F. Brown.
Much sympathy is felt for Captain
Brown's loss, as ho was so active iu
helping his neighbors. No ordinary
fire-break seemed of any use against
so strong a wind, and it is reported
the fire jumped fron 50 to GO feet. 1
would say I learnt that dry earth is
a capital thing to put out fire, and
a good shovel full goe3 a long way.
The day will long he remembered,
and much distress will necessarily
I notice an article in your paper
of this week in which a heavy tax
payer complains of a dance being
held iu the school liotisc aud while
his rematks may be correct, I think
it somewhat inconsistent that the
gentleman gave his two eldest
daughters permission to attend said
R. McKonzic has threshed this
week, averaging to the acre, of oats
4.5 bushels, of wheat from 20 to 25,
of flax from 16 to 17 and from one-
half au acre he had 140 bushels of
potatoes. More anon,
Vl!ow I'cver Suflorcrx'
The following is the report of the
committee appointed at a meeting
of the citizens of Columbus, held at
the Opera House, in aid of Yellow
Fever sufferers of the South, on
August 30th. 1878:
Amount eolleetcd at meeting $211 75
COLLKCTEO 1IY WAIUJ COMMITKES.
First WardX $ 37.0
05 00 Tf V
45 75 hard ,S
bct-onu Vt aril
From Itcv. A. Hcnrich, by the
German M.iptint church oh Elk
Win. Irwin, "Woodville
-Mrs. A. U.Gagc, Ilepuhlicnn City
Miscellaneous sources ".
..$ 105 95
Fnrwnnlcd to the Howard Asso
ciation, at New Orleans, Aug.
31st, mis $20000
Forwarded to same Sept. 21, '78.. 203 SO
Italaucc on hand
I IIA. A. M'KICE.
T. C. ItYAN,
Quite a serious accident occurred
to Mr. Chapmau on the 19th. WhileJ
feeding a threshing machine he gotclotl
his hand into the machine, tearing
and bruising it seriously. One fin
ger was so much injured that he
will probably loose the whole of it.
A young man, while training
pony for running in the public roa
near the post office last Sunday, ran
against an old gentleman by the
name of Knnt Backcroud, living up
the creek, knocking him down, in
ji?i? ... ...
iiiuuug serious injuries, winch re
port says are likely to prove- fatal.
Hie Republicans of Columbus
Precinct arc requested to meet at
the Court House,
Satukday, NovotBKit 2d,
to put in nomination a precinct tick
et for election next Tuesday.
By Ordek of Com.
Mich. Winter Apple.--.
In a law days I will have a car
load of the choicest, hand-picked,,
Michigan Winter Apples, which I
will sell cheap fur cash.
f- As a rule who is it that always
cry hard limes, and imagine them
selves all shriveled and dried up?A
Poll ni'nnnrl ntirl Vlllf o Invmnn Dtl V .1
v. it itsuiatuu uuj tjlllliuil J. mil;
Looking Glass which will revolu
tionize your mind iu a moment, at
A. X. Burgess & Co., Furniture
Dealers, Columbus, "Neb.
Taken up at my premises, on
Shell creek, Oct. "26th, -78, a sow
about eight mouths old, black and
white spotted, with both ears oh",
probably by dog bites. The owner
can have her by paying expenses,
442-2. Andrew Matthis.
sL Midi. W
Iu a few davi
s 1 will have a car
load of the choicest, hand-picked
Michigan Winter apples, which I
will sell cheap for cash.
Wheat Xo. 1
" i) "'
2 2.-!(?2 7"
2 SOWS 00
2 2.")2 no
2 2.(f$2 "0
3 00(94 00
Uear.f y hu.
Peas ' .
I1 lit j lL 11C
r rtt CoWSj .....
O X 1 V C S .
Good veal, per hundred,.
Hides, green salted,
J I Hill j
We give below a portion ofthe rules
adopted by the Hoard of It. It. and
Warehouse Commissioners, for the in
spection of grain in the city or Chicago,
rtic inspection U done by otlleiaU, un-
dcr authority of law:
KUI.E II. SPUING WHEAT.
No. 1. Hard Spring Wheat shall be
sound, plump and well cleaned.
o2. Hard Spring Wheat Miall be
sound, reaonably clean and of good
So. 1. Spring Wheat slull be sound,
plump and well cleaned.
No. 2. Spring Wheat shall be sound,
reajonably clean, nud of good milling
No. 3. Spring Wheat shall include all
interior suruiiKen or uiriy opnm;
AVheat, weighing not less that 53 pounds
to the measured bushel.
Heiccted Snriiv' Wheat shall include
Spring Wheat, damp, musty, grown,
bidly bleached, or Tor any other cause
which render- it unfit for No. 3.
In case of mixture of Spring and Win
ter Wheat, it will be called Spring
Wheat graded according to the quality
Hlack Sea and Flinty Ttife Wheat shall
in no ease be inspected higher than No.
2, and Hice Wheat no higher than Kc
jeetcd. UULK VIII.
AU Grain that Is warm, or that is in a
heating condition, or is otherwise unlit
for warehousing shall not be graded.
All inspectors shall make their rea
sons for grading Grain, when necessary,
fully known bv notations on their books.
The weight alone shall not determine
COLUiJSUS nilAltCIAL HA3ES7 ESFC2T.
Corrected by Columbus State Hank
Platte Count v Warrants
Other " " "
School District Bonds....
Stale AVarrants. ..,.
Exchange on Kurnne .
" " Now York..
" " Chicago ...
" " Omaha. ..
S5 to 100
70 to 0
75 to 90
75 to 80
90 to 100
1-5 of 1 p. ct
1-5 " "
Canada currency, 5 per cent, discount.
Silver change in large amounts, 3 per
Sliver dollars, par.
Advertisements under this, head five
cents a line each insertion.
-Shirts at 25 cents at L. Kramer's.
-Go to M. 11. O'Brien's for gro
J Boys boots $1.00 per pair at Bonc-
L Don't forget, but one price at
Boy's suits and coats cheap at
7 Mens' boots $1.75 per pair at
nA Shotwell & Randall deal iu all
Kiiius oi pouury.
j. wnen you want uoots cucap go
to Boncstecl Bros.
L Sue the music boxes .t F. W.
Ull'S ICIIipiO OI iUUSlC. -kiL-i
H- Good chambray lo cts. per yard
I'ol l(.,oln.l Itfno
Undershirts and Drawers 25 cts.
each at L. Kramer's.
Threshers' note, in book form,
for sale at this office.
U. If you have any wild game go
iu uiiuuun iv ji.iuiiun.
kL A new lot of print o cts. per
ITT.....! .. !.. ,,.....! t ..-.
yiillL ill llUIIUSlLi:! UIU3
stock of men's aud boys'
ling at Ualley iiros.
i msKcis oi an kiiius at iu.
Smith's iu Central Block.
rf- Good Water proof Cloth for 50
cents a yard at L. Ivramer s.
jV Canned fruits and confectionery
all kinds at Hudson's,
hC If you want all goods at straight
prices call on Galley Liros.
rf- It pays to trade at L. Kramer's
New York cheap cash store.
U, Good watcr-proot cloth
l'l 1 ..I T-....l l !...,
uia. .i iwu at Jjuuuoiuei iius.
s. Ladies and chlldrcns shoes
' 1 1 A T -WW
encap anu goon at ij. ivramer s.
, Best Norfolk Flour at $2.50 at
' -r c.,.:ii.'f ;., rv..,..,.i m,ini-
ItL. kJUIlllI O III UU1UIUI 1JIIIVR.
"Ladies' Dresses and Wrappers for
fall and winter at L. Kramer's.
s Grain bags $2.25 at L. Kramer's
New xorK cheap cash store.
nC Grapes, plums and peaches by
llic pound or oox a. iiiiusou s.
Shotwell & Randall pay the
highest price for live poultry.
J M. II. O'Brien sells good gro
cerics at very moderate prices.
The place to buv Tea3 is at Mar
shall Smith's in Central Block.
Best Albion flour at Bullard &
Smith's, at $2.50 per hundred.
White Blankets $1.50 a pair at
the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
: Ladies' cotton hose G pair for 25
at the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
K Ladies' felt skiits at oO cts. a
I'ntn.n nl T f:!iioL-. 1 r .1 . I ! .. Cl.n
'11V .t .. JI,IIVCl 0 ilUtUIUllUII IIUI U.
Horse Blankets at 1.00 at L.
SC Pure Vermont Maple Syrup at
$1.40 per gallon at Geo. Ricdcr's.
You can always depend on get
g the lowest prices at Galley
One quire note paper, 25 envel-
ujies, j. Jciiiiuiucr, x. uuiuu ui jiik, uu
cents worth of stationery put up in
a new box for 20 cents, at F. W.
'f- Becollect that Shotwell Ss Ban
fdall pay the highest price for hides.
J f- Bleached muslin -k cents a yard
.iff at Boneatcel Bros.
Maple Syrup warranted puro at
jj. UCKUurua. -iwa
f The best place to trade is at
'Bullard & Smith's.
f Boncstecl Bros, are selling a
good pair of kid gloves at 30 cts.
Ll Sash Weights at the Foundry
2. cents per pound. 4.H7-4
U Save 25 cts. by buying your
flour at Hullartl x bmitirs.
r 15 bushels nice tomatoes, fresh
irom inc vines, ai uuuuru iv omuii .
- Woolen yarn 50 cts., a pound at
I. Gluck's devolution Dry Goods
Socks at 5
cents a pair at L.
York cheap cash
a mors .New
f Heavy gray blankets at $1.00 a
pair at the devolution Dry Goods
V -Bullard & Smith will pay cash
or exchange goods for farm pro
Men's heavy woolen suits at
$4.50 at the devolution Dry Goods
k Good Handkerchief for 5 cents
at Li. Jvrainers JNow lone cucap
-f- Men's woolen hose at 10 ccnls a
pair at 1. uluck s Kevolution Dry
r Ncwstylcs Bourcttrs aud Knick-
crnocKcr urcss goous w ceuts a yarn
at L. Kramer's. 4117.
JA' Gray and White Flannel 15 cts.
a yard at L. Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
h Cabbage, onions, potatoes tonia-
Mrwi.2 t iwil liti 2 null tti f'twif rtitiait liiwr
else at Bullard & Smith's.
y Boots and Shoes at bottom fig
ures sold bv Marshall Smith iu Cen
Half bleached table cloth at 25
cts. a yard at the devolution Dry
Y The largct assortment of music
al instruments at F. W.Ott's Temple
of Music. 44L-4.
f- A good pair of booti for $1.75
at L. Kramers New lork cheap
nC 18 yards Cotton flannel for one
dollar at L. Kramers .New aork
cheap cash store.
N Canton flannel IS'a yards for
one dollar at the Kevolution Dry
be uulauudricd shirts, New lork
IIIUrMIlt Ullli llllt;il)Ul.''UllI .kllll 1UI19 1UI
$1.00 at Galley Bros.
X. Bonestcel Bros, arc closing a lot
ot laces, fringes anil oilier dress
trimmings at very low prices.
ens Waterproof that beats anything
in town at OU ceuts a yard at Uic
Revolution Dry Goods Store.
A good suit of clothes, coat
pants aud vest, for $5 00 at L. Kra
mer's New York Cheap Cash Store.
fS L. Kramer of the New York
Cheap Cash Store, sells all goods at
the lowest possible prices, aud has
one uniform low price, for all.
School books at F. W. Olt's.
sjlO 'AY V1 1" "OQ iooiids
( See F. W. Ott for your s-chool
sjjooq jooips snos no 'A. 'd
f We sell the Victor Sewing Ma
chine, jnst as we represent it and if
it don't prove so money refunded, A.
N. Burgess & Co. 411-3.
nK L. Kramer has opened a branch
He. .. . o:i.... r ...... i a ...m ,...n
on'iu iiKjiitui ui tun. mm ttjiiaiu
goods thereat the same low prices
that he docs here. 4:5S.
h F. W. Ott has just received the
nnest lot oi inys ever seen ;n tins
town, and will sell them at very
low prices. 442-1
jtC Call and sec those women's
uaiiiui nuuin in id jb. jiui "iii
Bonestcel Bros., they arc the best
bargain in the market.
- Go loS. T. Hill's to get your
waiciics, ciocks anu jeweiry repair
ed. First door south of C. L. Hill's
book store, Olive street.
Make your home happy, and
you a nice heating stove: on
quality, beauty and low prices they
can t be heat. Be sure and call at
Robert Uhlig's Stove House. I2th
street, next to bank. 43S G
y- All those looking about for
I'll in 1 1 urc, call on us, and we will
show you our goods and prices
with pleasure, and wc want every
body also to know that we handle
goods on small margin and quick
sales. A. N. Burgess So Co. Colnm-
Box alder and soft maple one year
old. Call soon, as the will go fast
at my prices.
411-3 II. V. Moxnett.
A farm of 159 acres, 125 broken.
One mile west of Baniuin's. Please
call on A. Haighl on the Big Island.
Terms easy. 301-x
.TSicli. Winter Applcx.
Ill a few days 1 will have a car
load of the choicest, handpicked,
Michigan Winter Apple?, which I
will sell cheap for cash.
Kcliy Wand Wine.
I offer to the public the choicest
Kelly Island Vine, at.1.30 a gallon,
or by the dozen bottles to families.
Will keep also on hands fresh lager,
liquors, cigars, &c. 11th st., op
posite Schupbach & Jaeggi's lumber
440-5. Wm. A. SciinreDBR.
I will sell at private sale at my
residence in Stearns Prairie pre
cinct, Platte county, two work hor
ses and twelve hnad of fat hogs.
My crops having been burned, this
is all I have left with which to pay
my debts. T. J. Elms.
Timber for Mule.
I will offer at public sale on my
premises in Platte count v, Neb., Sec.
13, T. 18, R. 1, cast, on the 20th and
2lst days of Nov. 1S7S, at 10 o'cloct
a. m., about 700 large living trees,
principally oak, ash and elm. 12
months time will be given, with note
and approved security bearing in
terest at ten per cent.
442-3. llENRr Lcscue.
lr Nice assortment of Polls- p-ml
Doll-Babies at Ed. Fitzpairfefc's
book store. 42
hC. Mich. Winter Apple.
Ill a few ilaya 1 will have a car
load of the choicest, haud-pickedr
Michigau Winter Apples, which I
will sell cheap fur cash.
Attention, Sherp KaUerx i
Wc have 15 head of thoroughbred
Kama on hand, which wc offer for
sale, elreap all long woolcd, just
what you want lo cross with fine
wooleil sheep with to it psy.
441 Gross Bhos.
itlca t illurkef
Jacob Shotwell, having Fcrchtn
ed the meat market lately ownet?
bv Frank Gillctt, i prepared to fur
nisli, beef, pork, &c, &c. equal to
the best aud at prices to suit tho
The Tattcrsall Livery Stable fs an
excellent place to stopat when you
are in town with a team. Good ac
commodations. Reasonable charges.
On Olive street, one door south of
Coolidgc's hardware store. Try
117 everyone would preserve their
ix health during this warm
weather they should use concentrat
ed essence of Jamaica Ginger. It is
cooling and refreshing, tonic and in
vigorating and cot expensive. Pre
pared nud for sale only by Dolunil
I-lrcr ! Ilnfg-.
The Liver is the imperial orgau of
the wholu human system, as it con
trols the life, health and 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 aud blood, the action of the
brain and nervous system, are all
immediately connected with tho
workings ot the Liver. It has bceii
successfully proved that Green's
August Flower is unequalled in
curing all persons alllictcd with
Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint, aud
all the numerous sniptoni3 that
result from an unhealthy condition of
the Liver and Stomach. Sample
bottles to try, 10 cents. Positively
sold in nil towii3 on the Western
Continent. Three doses will prove
that it i-just what you want. Sold
by C. B. Stillmau, Duland & Smith
and A Hcintz, Columbus, iS'cb.
Advertisement under thin head tire
ceuts a line, lirU insertion, three cent
a line ca-h Duhseipieut insertion.
BSJrFou Bokf.ii Weli.s leave or
ders at Uyau's Hotel.- -McDcrmot A Co.
fST'FoR Rent Three nice rooms,
in a xnod location, suitable for a family.
iii-4. .7.1MV8 Connki.l.
ISegtilar Stoclc Xealcr.
All kinds of horned slock bought
and cold; also fat and stock hos.
."7!-y I). Anderson.
"Micii. Winter Ati'les. In
a few ilavs I will liavn a car-load ofthe
choices, iiand-pleked.t Jlichhjan Winter
Apples, wuicii i win sen cntap jor
jg- County Warrants, school
orders, school hond.s and ood hankahle
notes, also first-class mortaes bought.
Money loaned on rood firming land for
a term of years, by A. Henry Coluui
jCSyGuYOTs Geograimiy Is on tho
State list and U therefore the only
Geography that can legally be used iu
our pclinoW. This book and all other
school hooks for xalc at C. I.. JIiLL's
Hook Store. -MS-x
PajrBARGAi.vs! Bargains! Will
sell for cash or on time, one IL'bt buy,
and harness, live ;ood milch cow, one.
lumber waon, one heavy yoke of oxen,
one brood mare she is a rood worfcdr.
430-x I. AXDEItsOX.
To Leaders of Amnteur JJaml
For sale, a full set of Brass In
struments for 13 performers. For price
ami further particulars, apply to
II. G. CAUKW, Columbus, Neb.,
-It Sec'y Columbus Cornet Hand.
I'olanil China 4Llica.l.
Fifty head thoroughbred Poland
China pl", from 0 Weeks to 0 months
old for -sale, at reasonable rates, NICK
B. JOXES, Monroe V. O.,
iU-x Platte Co., Ncbr.
jB3?Tiie II anna Wagon, the best
hand-made wa;;on in the market.
For good stock, workmanship, dura
bility, service, and for all purposes of
team and farm use, have no superior.
Large numbers In use. You will never
be disappointed if yon purchase tho
The rims and wheels arc rolled In
boiling oil before setting tire.
A Writton Warranty with every
A cordial invitation is extended to all
In call and examiuo our wagons and
satisfy yourself before purchasing.
T. 1 COAX,
At A. AV. Lawrence's Tump and Wind
mill Depot, on ICth Street. -IfcM
GUS. A. SCHRGEDER,
COOKING ZL HEATING
Shelf and Heavy Hardware!
E0PE, NAILS AND IRON,
Copper and Tinware
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
AVe would call the attention of tho
public to the f.ict th.tt we are enabled to
sell our ;oods cheaper than any house
ELEVENTH STREET, directly south oi
A. Henry's Lumber Yard. -10T-X
$f 1 a week in your own town. $3
rkri Outfit free. Xorlsk. Header,
JJ If you want a bu-sines at
which persons of either sex
can mako great pay a ntne time they
work, write for paftiuulnr? to H. II.L
lktt & Co Portland, 3Ictine,
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