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"WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 18T9.
Communication, to Injure insertion
In the next issue, should be in hand on
Monday; if lengthy, on Thursday
preceding iue-day. Advertisements,
f whatever claws, ibould be in band by
Advertisements under this head 15
cts. a line firft insertion, 10 ctu. aline
each suIhcqucuI Insertion. ,
There is still wheat to sell.
"Wm. Becker sells machinery.
Cold, raw and windy Thursday
A door key found on Monday,
inquire at this office.
Green Apples by the P'k.,
Bu6h. or Bb'l., at Geo. Ricder's.
Choice Ohio cider by the gallon
or barrel at Geo. Ricder's.
Smith & Tigncr have greet) ap
ples for sale. Call soon.
"A man can live without friends,
but he must have neighbors."
Smith & Tigner have just receiv
ed a fine assoitmcnt of choice teas.
Light rain Thursday of last
week accompanied by high winds.
Columbus is one of the best
Lorec markets in the State.
Callison & Iloyt arc selling a
wonderful amount of nursery stock.
A splendid variety of choice
family groceries at Smith & Tigncr's.
Johu Graffe has put into his
6filoona new fifteen-ball pool tabic.
I! kick ron Sale. 50,000 number
one brick for talc cheap by Thomas
Flynn & Son.
Benj. Rccd returned from ITadi-
son county on Thursday of last
wrck to this city.
Fresh French prepared mustard,
bj the quart or gallon, very cheap,
at Henry Bros.
S. L. Barrett's new residence is
nearly enclosed and will shortly be
ready for occupancy.
If you want the best, audchcap
t riding aud walking cultivator in
the market call at Becker's.
Chas. Brindley's school iu Dist.
37 cloccd last week. He gave tho
diktrict good satisfaction.
Fresh French prepared mustard,
by the quart or gallon, very cheap,
at ileury Bros.
Snow Friday night and Sunday
morning, but not enough to rejoice
the heart of the husbandman.
' If vou want a cultivator with or
without seeding attachment Becker
aeils the best in the market.
Guy C. Baruuni lost by prairie
lire the other da), nbout ouc-half of
Itis timber near his house. By hard
scratching he saved Iii barn.
Tho man who has my copy of
"Walker's American Law" will
plcRBC return it, and oblige M. K.
Au unusual number of improve
ments will be made this spring, ow
ing doubtless, to the reduction in
the price of lumber.
' Becker keeps the largest stock
'-of Agricultural Implements iu Co
lumbus, and sells them at "Bed
An attempt was made to hold
a meeting of the City Council Satur
day evening, but for lack of a
-quorum no meeting was had.
Bcchcr & Reynolds have located
1'.) persons on Jl. & M. lauds iu
Platte and the'south edge of Madi
son county within the past week.
A good young farm horse for
Kile for cash, or on time with good
security. Call on J. E. Tasker &
Bro. at office of A. Henry, Olivo St.
Henry Bros, shipped flvo car
loads of fat cattle and one of hogs
to Denver, Col., Sunday. -'Shep."
Raymond was in charge.
X. Millett has been attendiug
court in Stanton county, aud giving
Madisou and Antelope counties a
buiiiucss call the past week.
D. C. Lovelaud is in the western
portion of the State instituting
lodges of the Kuights of Honor. He
goes as far west as Sidney.
Miss Delia Welch, who for the
past three mouths has been visiting
frionds at Sioux Falls, D. T., re
turned home Sabbath evening.
If you want a good cigar for
five or ten cents, go to Geo. Rieder's
Grocery Store on Eleventh street
and get the worth of your money.
Vv". B. Dale left the city Monday
to be gone a week, wot king up the
interests of the Knights of Honor of
which order he is Grand Dictator of
"Win. Becker has put in some
new shelviug on the west side of
his store and will hereafter carry
hardware in connection with his i
The teachers and pupils of
.school district No. 13 propose giv
ing a school entertainment at the
Opera House, Tuesday evening,
J. E. Tasker & Bro. will sell
Sewing machines at cost until after
April first. Call soon if you wish a
good bargain, as they have only a
lew machines left.
Piatt Baker writes us on busi
ness from Leadville,andincidenally
ay6 "all are well times are lively
(honey plenty, and dead men for
breakfast every morning."
A wife remarked" to her hus
band tho other morning, when he
complained of want of sleep "Well,
your sleep last night ought to have
been good your snore was double."
Wm. Becker sells machinery.
T. C. Ryan is building an addi
tion to his residence.
Moline Plows for sale at Beck
er's the best in the market.
Elder D. C. Thomas will preach
at-lhe M. E. Church next Sunday
evening. All are invited.
Cheapest place in town to buy
Boots and Shoes for ca9i J. M.
Uonnahan'e, I3th St.
Fred. Coan of the Norfolk
Journal is visiting his friends iu
Call and examine J. M. Uonna
han'e new stock before purcashing
Wc learn from tho Madison
Chronicle that Rev. Wilson has re
signed his position as minister of
the Presbyterian church at that place
and that Rev. Baync of this city has
accepted a call to lake his place.
Tho repairs on the Platte bridge
have been somewhat retarded owing
to the recent bad weather, but on
Monday last the workmen went to
business and are now pushing the
improvements with alacrity.
During tho thunder storm of
Friday night week, a man by the
name of Syphcr, residing near
Clark's station, on the U. P. R. R.,
was killed by lightniur while re
turning from prayer meeting.
X. Crabtrce, at his residence in
Humphrey precinct, will havo a
public sale Saturdaj, March 22d.
Those who want horses, cattle, hogs,
farm implements, etc., will do well
to remember it. Sec posters.
If you wish a first-class Sewing
Machine, cheaper than ever before
offered iu Columbu?, call at once on
J. E. Tasker & Bro., as they have a
very few left which they will sell at
cost until April first.
R. S. Clark closed his school iu
Dist. No. 1G last Wednesday. This
is a Polish neighborhood. The chil
dren gave evidence of good pro
gress and the district were well
pleased with the teacher.
A eon of Barclay Jones left
with us Wednesday a real curiosity,
viz: a well-developed cjrfT, within
an egg-. Will some "natural" phi
losopher undertake to explain the
modus operandi of the hen that laid
two eggs in oue?
Remember that A."W. Lawrence
furnishes the Standard seeder aud
cultivator, the Grand Detour plow,
nnd Nebraska breaker, harrow, &c
Call, examine, aud get his prices.
You will make money by calling on
him before purchasing.
The provident farmer puts plen
ty of straw into his sheds and cor
rals, thus sening a tiiplc purpose
iu the comfort and thrift of the ani
mals in saving of liquid manure,
and the converting of raw material
into excellent manure.
Arrangements are being made
for a stupendous excursion to meet
General Grant next August, on his
return from the Orient. It is esti
mated that it would require from 30
to 150 trains often cars each to trails
port the excursionists.
Sections 4 and 9, T. 17, and Sec.
33, T IS, It. 1 E., in district No. U,
were annexed by Supt. Barrett, to
school district No. 1. All but three
voters in 44, signed petition to cut
off the above sections and SI in No.
1 signed the petition to annex.
Mr. John Tannahill of this city,
presented two bottles of prepared
horse radish to the Joukxal last
week. He is engaged now in put
ting up a large quantity, fresh and
and good, for spring use. Call on
him, procure some, aud sharpen up
J. N. Reynolds was at St. Ber
nard one day last week and stopped
over night. He says that the new
school building lately completed is
a fine one, and that arrangements
arc being made to soon commence
the erection of a Catholic church
Lewis Hoope6 closed his school
in Dist. No. 27, Tuesday of last
week. He uave excellent satisfac-
tion as teacher: all the children of
school age were enrolled, and the
average per cent, of attendance was
the greatest of ail the schools of the
Chas. and Ed. Burgess who have
had an engagement with W. F. Cody
(Buffalo Bill) in the dramatic line
for several months past, arrived
home last Wednesday, and remained
until Sunday when they left for
San Francisco where the troupe
have an engagement.
A. W. Liwrcucc was on a busi
ness trip through Boone and Gree
ley counties last week, aud came in
on Saturday. He reports a great
deal ot wheat already sown in these
counties, and thinks the acreage
sown this year will go far ahead of
that of last year.
"W. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) arriv
ed in Columbus ou Thursday last,
and ou Friday, in company with his
wife and daughter, who have been
visiting here for some time past,
left for his ranebe on the Dismal
from whence he will go to San
Francisco to fill a three weeks
dramatic engagement of his troupe.
A car-load of No. 1 horses were
unloaded by E. Bouchard on Mon
day, and on Tuesday two more loads
came, about 45 head in all, and may
be seen by parties wishing to pur
chase at the Clothier House barn.
Teams for driving or draft, double
or single, may be bought of him
"Wm. Becker 6ells machinery.
March, as usual, is very windy.
"We call attention to L. Kramer's-
The Hibernian ball on Monday
evening was largely attended. Good
musi:, good order, and a good time
seemed to be the order of the eve-
Those who prefer the justly cel
ebrated Scotch harrow, will find
them at Becker's.
C. E. Cliapiu has hecn employed
by Cody & North to take charge of
their blooded horses and will go to
their ranch on the Dismal iu a few
If you want the best plow in the
market, go to Becker's aud get the
old established Moline.
The Presbyterian sociable will
be held this (Wednesday) evening
at the residence of Mrs.Lcaudur Ger
rard, Ncbiaka Aveuue. All arc
"Fatty" Woods has rented and
moved into the barbershop ou Olive
street, recently occupied by James
McDonald, where he will be pleased
to meet his many customers.
The htore room lately occupied
by Geo. Reider, on Nebraska Ave
nue was converted into a picture
gallery for a couple days last week
by au itinerant gilt enterprise man.
J. B. Dclsman has commenced
the erection of a residence building
on 13th street, ou. the southeast
corner of the block cast of Gus.
Beclier's dwelling. It will belGx24
with IU tout L.
Jas. Naylor lost live or six acres
of timber by prairie lire recently
and Chas. Morse lost a stack of hay.
Henry Bean, the Wagners and the
Rudats saved three stacks belonging
to Mr. Morse.
Thursday last was a "tough"
morning for the coat sleeve of the
Columbus school hoy as he toddled
oir to school through that sharp
O. P. Reed, of this city, is the
authorized agent of 'lie Hay worth
Fence Co., and is now ready to re
ceive orders for the combined cast
and wrought iron fence posts, and
all kinds of fencing wire, from the
citizens of Boouc and Platte coun
ties aud solicits their patronage.
Persons coming to Nebraska to
locate will please remember that
thetc arc good and cheap lauds in
the vicinity of Columbus, aud that
for energetic aud obliging land
agents who arc thoroughly posted
upon tlic subject oflands in this'nnd
adjoining counties, no town in the
statu is ahead of her.
Nebraska will have a great ma
ny new bottlers this spring. The jo
people have come aud will come to
stay, to make homes here. They
will be your neighbors, perhaps for
the rest of your life. It will not be
out of the way fur you to call on
them, make their acquaintance, and
express your pleasure in having
them settle iu your neighborhood.
Mayor Speico makes a move in
the right direction. Those interest
ed will !ce his advertisement in
to-day's Jockxal for bids for tree
planting on the streets of the city.
If you arc engaged in the business
don't fail to put in a bid, and if you
get the contract do your work so well
that the trees will be the best monu
ment of the faithful performance of
The Osceola Record of the loth
iiist. contains the announcement of
the marriage of Dr. II. M. Mills to
Mrs. Jennie S. Osterhaut, on the
preceding Friday evening, by Rev.
S. Barrows, at the residence of Dau'I
Jarmin, in Canada precinct, Polk
county. The Osceola cornet band
serenaded the happy couple, on the
following evening at their home iu
Osceola, and met with a cordial re
ception. Complaint has been made to us
that the engine house is being used
by persons "hard up" for sleeping
quarters; that the cenrcnt floor has
been ruined by reason of this, and
that the city coal is bcingcontinual
ly burned when not needed in the
interest of the city piopcrty and
wholly for the cotnfoit anil accom
modation of these persons. If these
arc facts and the parties are to be
provided for at the public expense
the assistance should come through
The second appearance of the
Columbus Dramatic Club at the
Opera House ou Friday evening
last in "Redeemed; or Among the
Breakers." was greeted by a crowded
house. Not only was every availa
ble scat occupied, but the side aisles,
and entrance were packed.
The reappearance of the club in this
play was announced as a complimen
tary benefit and with the result the
club may well feel flattered, and the
audience have no reason to com
plain, a tlfe entertainment was,
without a doubt, the best ever given
in the Opera House for the money.
Both the play and the farce entitled
the "The Rough Diamond; or,
Cousin Joe's visit," were well ren
dered. Iu addition to the regularly
announced programme of the club,
Mr. Charles Stubbs sanjr the "Mock
ing Bird" accompanying himself
upon the organ, and whistling the
variations. His performauce, hich
was really artistic and pleasiug, was
loudly applauded and enchored by
the audience in answer to which he
again appeared and gave a very
beautiful rendition upon a mouth
organ of the "Last Rose of Summer."
The Burgess Bros, also appeared in
several Indian songs and dances
which were well received by the
En. Joukxal: In tho Columbus
Ura of March 1st I find the follow
iug: "The party which had its exist
ence in the monstrous aud unsanc
tioned idea that the negro race was
the political and .social equal of the
white race, aud inaugurated au era
ot bloodshed and great devastation
in this country, rather than surren
der that idea, uow say that another
race of people arc not our equals,
'but that this race shall not come
Now, Mr. Editor, I, submit that
this is equivocal language, subject
to two or three meanings or no
meaning at all. Can tho -fcra man
never come right straight out like a
man ou some side of a question aud
either iiHirin or deny so that wc can
tell where to find him once in a
while, and not bo everlastingly
squeaiing and slashing about like a
crazy man, using all the line words
in the language, making more noise
than a brass baud and saying noth
ing? Now, Mr. Editor, what "par
ty had its existence in the monstrous
and unsanctioned idea?" When?
Unsanctioned by whom? What
"party inaugurated an era of blood
shed and great devastation?"
When ? Where ? "What party now
say another race of people are not
our equals, but that this race shall
not come here?" Such gibber is all
moonshine. If you have one single,
straight, square proposition, do let
us hear it. Dennis.
The following is a review of the
weather at Genoa, for the month of
Mean temperature of the mo. dcg. 21.CS
Mian do of same won., last ve:ir. ;il.."i(i
Highest temperature ou the 2-ltb.
Lowest do on the llth and 2(ilh .
Ordinarily elear days
Very cloudy days
Ilain or melted snow inches ...
High winds, days
Snow or rain fell" during portions
Indies ot snow al end of mo. in.
Prevalent winds during the month
from S. W. to X.W. by West.
Lunar Ilalos, 3d, -1th, and oth.
Solar Halo on llth.
Parhelia on the 3d, llth and 25th.
.Mirage, od, 14th and 20th.
First appearance of blackbirds on the
"2th .sudden change of the wind, from
S. E. to X. W. at 1:30 p. in., and ronsc
quent fall by thermometer 2(1 degrees
inside of an hour.
The annual meeting of school dis
trict No. 13, of Platte county, for the
election of school district officers,
and fur the transaction of such other
business as may lawfully coihu be
fore it, will he held at the school
house of said district, on Monday,
the 7th day of April, A. D., 1S79, at
2 o'clock p. m.
Marshall Smith, Director.
iVoJicc lo 'V:icli'r.
I will be at the new frame school
house in Columbus the-lih and 5th
days of April for the purpose of ex
amining applicants for teacher's
certificate. Examination to com
mence at 10 a. m. sharp of the first
day. Both written and oral ex
miuation. This is the onlv cxamina
lion that I will hold bcroro next
September. S. L. Bakkett.
(32-2. County Supt.
Coi.vMiius, Feb. 24, '79.
Charles A. Stevenson, not a claim
agent, but a comrade, will act as
amanuensis for claims to be settled
with the U. S. Government ; address
him at Columbus, Neb.
Jos. Kiniiard, of Polk county,
has a thousand peach trees; forty
acres in fru t, beidcs nursery stock.
Isn't it about time nominations
were made for city officers?
Advertisement under this bead five
cents u line each insertion.
Pure cider vinegar at Hudson's.
Lamps at cost at Geo. Ricder's.
New Palermo Lemons at Hud
son's. Pure apple juice cider at Hud
son's. New Messina Oranges at Hud
son's. Choice Fancy Candies at Hud
sun's. Pure cider vinegar at George
Cheviot, shirts for 25 cents at L.
Pure Buckwheat flour at Win
Virtually giving goods away at
Call at Galley Bros, ifyou want
To be economical you must trade
at L. Kramers.
Canned fruit at 10 cents per can
at Geo. Riedcr's.
The new cigar 'Desirable" for
a dime al Hudson's.
A large lot of remnants for sale
cheap at L. Kramer's.
Woolen suits at .fX50 at the Rev
olution dry goods store.
Men's Plow Shoes at Bonstcel
Bro. at 05 cts. per pair.
The best brands of cigars can
be had at Win. Becker's.
Heavy cottonade for pants at 10
cents yard at L. Kramer's.
Ladies' Slippers at BotisCtccl
Bros, at 25 cts. per pair.
Canned fruits and coufectionery
of all kinds at Hudson's.
Casimere suits for $0.00 at I.
Gluck's Revolution store.
Men's Shoes for 1.00 at Kramer's
N. Y Cheap Cash Store.
Good Baking Powder 25 cents
per pound at Geo. Rcider's.
A yard wide muslin 5 cents a
yard at the Revolution store.
A lot of heavy overcoats for
$2.25 at the Revolution store.
New golden dates, figs and ma
ple sugar bricks at Hudson's.
Head the price list of goods of
the 2f. 1. Cheap Cash Store.
Ladies' cloaks at cost at the
New York Cheap Cash Store.
Bovs' and men's caps at 25 ceuts
at the N. Y. Cheap Cash Store.
If you want a cheap suit, the
place to get it is at Galley Bros.
Harrow teeth very cheap at
Robert Uhlig's Hardware house.
Good wool hats, 50 cLs. apiece at
the Revolution dry goods store.
Teas a spocialty at M. II.
O'Brien's grocery ou llth street.
Recollect that Shotwcll & Ran
dall pay the highest price for hides.
Good quills for 50 cents at Kra
mer's JNew York Cheap Cash Store.
Brown duck overalls '15 cents a
pair at I. Cluck's Revolution store.
Only 25 cents for one pound of
Baking Powder at Geo. Ricder's 2
Lace and silk handkerchief for
10 cts. at the N. Y. Cheap Cash
Pickled pig's feet, souccd lamb's
tongue and pickled tripe al Hud
son's. Turkey red handkerchiefs at 5
cents at the New York Cheap Cash
Oranges, sweet cider and Mich
igan apples just received at Hud
son's. Now calicos at 4 cents a yard at
L. Kramer's New York Cheap Cash
Choice malt vinegar pickles by
the dozen or hundred at George
A lot of Ladies beaver cloaks to
close at .$1.75 at I. Gluck's Revolu
Don't fail to sec Unlisted Bros,
cheap Fine Boots; they arc the best
in Columbus for the money.
Shotwcll & Randall pay the
highest market price for live or
II. M. While, on Olive street
keeps trunks and valises for sale.
Give him a call.
Fine figured dress goods at 15
cents it yard at Kiamer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
All linen half bleached table
cloth 20 cts. a yard at I. Gluck's
L. Kramer, as usual, is the. first
in the field with new spring goods
cheaper than ever.
For the choicest of familv
groceries, at the lowest living rates,
call on M. II. O'Brien.
An elegant now lino of Ham
burg edgings aud iiifcrtings just re
ceived at L. Kramer's.
Any man can buy for $3 a new
and complete suit tf clothes at L
Kramer's N. Y. Cheap Cash Store.
You can find the cheapest and
best Goods in Columbus lor the
inoiicv at Bonstcel Bros.
Hotels, saloons, and country
dealers supplied with oysters at bed
rock prices at Hudson's.
I have made arrangements for
regular delivery ot pure sweet cider,
guaranteed. 11. J. Hudson.
Stallion posters printed at this
office iu first-class st le at reason
able rates, on short notice.
Choice grades of coffees and
leas at Win. Becker's. He stands
hack for none on quality or price.
For the best beer iu town go to
Wm. Bucher's, where you will find
a lunch of pig s feet, fish, cheese, &c.
Best sewing machine oil, also
Howe, and Wheelot' & Wilson nee
dles, for sale by J. E. Tasker &
For the next sixty days I will
sell my whole stock of dry goods
and clothing at less than cost price.
Ifyou want choice leas, coffees,
syrups, spices or anything else good
in the grocery line," call at William
A large choice fresh stock of
Groceries just received at T. C.
Ryaus. He sells for cash at figures
that will astonish you.
L. Kramer of the New York
Cheap Cash Store has but one uni
form low price for everybody. Call
on him before buying elsewhere.
Oysters received daily and sold
by the di.h, can or cae at II. J.
Hudson's, two doors west of the
In these hard times nnd low
prices of produce a dollar must buy
a good deal, and it will do so if vou
go to Galley Bros.
Go to S. T. Hill's lo get your
watches, clocks and Jewelrv repair
ed. Store with C. L. Hill's book
store on Olive street.
Harness, double and single sets,
saddles, bridles, whips, halters,
blankets, &c.,&c, al Dan. Faucctte's
on Nebraska avenue.
T. C. Ryan says the reason he is
selling so much tea is that he sells
the most and best tor the least mon
ey. Call and be convinced.
Just received, a choice article of
White clover Comb Honey ; Flori
da Oranges: Caramels; Figs; and
Maple Sugar at Hudson's.
Tasker Bros, don't take sewing
machines into the country, hut they
do sell them enough cheaper lo pay
the purchaser for taking them home.
Bear one thing iu mind, in deal
ing with Galley Bros, they have but
one price, and ifyou do not want lo
trade on that basis pass them by.
I will not impose on the public
and my customers by advertising
what I cannot substantiate. Call
and convince yourself of the fact.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's !
irimmeu nun unininmcu uais in
great variety and at the lowest living
prices at Kramer's New York Cheap
Those who desire a pure and
eood article should call at the Cali
fornia Wine Depot of Sam Gass's
and try some of the white Califor
nia grape brandy.
Fix your harness for spring
work. Don't delay it until some
thing weak breaks nnd your team
runs away. Dan. Faucetto knows
just how to put it in good shape.
noE.se to Rent.
Inquire of S. J. Edwards.
Good Mackcral ouly 7 cts. per
pound at Geo. Ricder's.
Men's" Kip two-buckle Plow
Shoes at Bonstcel Bros , for Go cts.
Labrador & Holland Herring,
by the keg and kit, very low, at
Omaha strictly pure White Lead
is tho best. For sale at Dolaud's
Columbus Drug Store.
Go to Doland's Columbus Drug
Store before you buy your Wall
Paper, and 3ee his stock.
Best assortment of Wall Paper
ever brought to Columbus, at Do
land's Columbus Drug Store.
Good 2 button kid gloves in all
size, shades and colors can be had
at 50 cts. at the New York Cheap
A nice young marc, a wagon
and harucxs, to sell. Inquire of S.
J. Edwards. They will be sold
For sale cheap for cash or on
time One work mare, one No. 1
tony and one fresh milch cow.
Pure Buckwheat Hour, also Gra
ham,aiid Becker fc Welch's Hour of
nil biauds warranted good, for sle
at Win. Becker's. 4t
risiii l'uh: rit.ii!
T. C. Ryan keeps all sorts of Salt
nnd Canned Fish, at very low fig
ures. Nliotwell & ISundalt
On Olive street are furnishing the
best ot beef, pork, sausage, &c, &c ,
at prices to suit the times.
A pony, or young cattle, in ex
change lor HrM-class seeing ma
chines. J. E. Tasker & Bro.
For a good farm harncso, made of
the best oak-tanned leather, price
$20, call at Cramer's old stand op
posite I. Gluck's. 401.3.
Money to loan on first-class Mort
gage Security at nine per cent, in
A girl to attend to children and
assist generally. Apply to Mrs.
Carcw on llth street, 2 doors west
of John Staufler's.
Good news to people of Platte
and adjoining counties. Great re
duction in Lumber prices at the
yard of Jneggi & Scliupbach.
Prices down to bed rock terms
strictly ca-h. Give them a call.
Parties to whom I have promised
flax seed on loan will apply for same
between the 20th aud30ih of March.
If not all taken by that time, I will
loan to others.
2t E. J. Bakkk.
Gustavo Hellborn, one door
north of Bank Building, has just
opened a very superior stock of
Gentlemen's Goods, and is pre
pared to salisly the most fastidious
with suits iu the latest styles, at
prices to suit the times. Give him a
call. Patronize home institutions.
The Tattcrsall Livery Stable is an
excellent place to stop at when you
are in town with a team. Good ac
commodations. Itcnsouablc charges.
Ou Olive street, one door south of
Uoolidgo's hardware store. Try
Closing: Out: Closing: Out!!
X. G. Boncsteel at the old staud
of Bonesteel Bros.' will now close
out thn entire stock of Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Cap 3.
Those wishing to buy good goods
cheap will find it to their intcsu&t to
call on us at once.
55-x Boxesteei. Bkos.
Dtirlmm II u 11m.
Among intelligent men there is
no longer any question as to im
provement of Stock. The better the
breed, the more money made. Tho
Durham stands at the head of the
list. Call and see our herd, and
make your purchase soon.
For Sale Clivup.
At Dan Uyan's stable, one yoke
ot work oxen, one span of niare.,
one span ot pony marcs, one good
cow, two sett of hiugle harness?, one
sett of double harness, oue heavy
spring wagon, one buck-board with
patent cover, one sulky.
Inquire at this oflice, or at the
We will take a limited number of
young cattle to herd on our range
during the coming season at reason
able rates. Arrangements should
be made soon, and may be made
with u?, at our ranche, or at the
oflice of A. Henry, Olive street,
60-x J. E. Taskei: & Bi:o.
"What a truly beautiful world we
live in I Nature gives us grandeur
of mountains, glens and oceans, and
thousands of nieaii3 fir enjoyment.
We can desire no better when in
perfect health ; but how often do the
majority of people lee! like giving
it up disheartened, discouraged and
worried out with disease, when
there is no occasion lor this feelinjr.
as every sufferer can easily obtain
satisfactory proof that Green's Au
gust Flower will make them as tree
from disease as when born. Dys
pepsia nnd Liver Complaint is the
direct cause of seventy-live percent
of such maladies as Biliousness, In
digestion, Sick Headache, Costive
ness, Nervous Prostration, Dizziness
of the Head, Palpitation of the
Heart, and other distressing symp
toms. Three doses of August Flow
er will prove its wonderful effect.
Sample bottles, 10 cents. Trv it.
Sold by C B. Still man, Dolatid &
Smith nnd A. Hciiitz,Coltimbiis,Ncb.
Your choice of two improved
farms, best of soil, situated in tho
Loupe Valley, 12 miles northwest of
Columbus, nnd S miles from Genoa,
in a good neighborhood convenient
to School and Post-office, (daily
mail), and would be a first-class
location for a store. Also the fol
lowing stock, if desired: Two, No.
1 young, work teams; one span of
ponies: three colts; about thirty
bead of shoals; wagons, harrows,
and a full set of farming imple
ments, in fact everything necessary
to run a lirst-ciuss farm. Change of
business object in selling; must be
sold before April 1st, 187U. Call on
or address Geo. Lkhuax,
Monroe P. O., Platte Co.,
I am selling the Hanna Wagon
as good a wagon as ever stood on
wheels, aud claim that no wagons
ever attained the same high reputa
tion for Superior Finish aud Light
ness of Draft, as those of this facto
ry's production, which claim stands
unquestioned by au impartial Pub
lic. The wheels, before being tired,
arc thoroughly saturated with Liu
seed oil a sure preventative against
loose tires. As strong a warrantee
given as any other factory in the
world. Call and sec tho wagons be
fore purchasing elsewhere. They
can be seen southeast of the Ham
I also have tho Double Acting
Suction, aud Lift aud Forco Pumps
which I can sell as cheap as the or
dinary Lilt Pump. Call aud seo
them. My office is in S. C. Smith's
T. P. Coax.
Columbus, Neb., March 5, 1S7U.
Advertisement under thN head live
cents :i line, tirt iniprtion, three cents
u line ea h suhuiucul insertion.
fi-gf-Foit Bokkd Wkm.s leave or
ders at llvan'.s Hotel. McDerniot & Co.
feulr Sloclc Ueuler.
All kinds of horned stock bought
and sold; aUn fat and stock hoi;-.
To Lender of Amateur UnndN
For sale, a full set of Brass In-
strunienn for IS performer.. For price
aud further p.irtieular.s, apjilv to
II. l. CAKKW, ColuinlMix, Xel..,
4t Src'y Columbus Cornet Rand.
Wont Vou ttetS
For if you do you will Ioe money by
pureuaine; an" expensive Wind "MIM.
when you can buy one of J. O. Shannon
for about one-haif the money that any
other eoit. Cull on J. O. Shannon, on
llth -trret, opposite Jlahlon Clother's
store. Columbus. Xeb. fll-1."
I"iir Sale Cheap.
For sile eheap for c.ih, or time suit
ing purchaser, the following stock of ve
hicles: 1 Ileavv Lumber Waon.
1 Li::lit " '
2 Platform Waironn.
1 Three Spring Wasrom.
1 Two-a-ated scroll Spring Wagon.
1 Kxtra Fine I'lueton,
a Light Buggies,
2 Light One Horse AVagoni.
All are my own make, and warranted
to be lirst-elass work. Call and examine
belore buj ing vNcu here,
1(51-1. Columbus Fonudry.
Our quotations of the markets are ob
tained Tuesday afternoon, and are correct
aud reliable at the time.
Wheat No. 1, tckt of) lbs
" 3 " .'il !
Buekwneat Flour, per lb.
$2 2.-i T.
1 00.VJ1 "iO
2 002 25
2 002 50
i; (joys oo
:; ouJ oo
. 3(3 12! j
Heanfr ?( bu
Pea i. ' .
Fat IIo'", .
Good veal, per hundred,.
Hides, green salted......
C3WU3US rllTASCIAL KA2ZZX ZZP0S5.
Corrected by Columbus State Hank
Platte Count AVarranth
Other " "
School District lionds.
Exchange on Europe
" " New York..
' " Chicago
K5 lo 100
. 70 to t0
75 to SO
75 to 80
90 to 100
, 1-5 of 1 p.cl.
Canada currency. 2 per cent, discount
Silver change in large amounts, 1 per
Mexican dollars. " cents.
Sliver dollars, par.
C. S. Laud. Office, Gram! Mauri, Xeb.,)
March 12th, 17f). j
COMPLAINT having been entered at
this office by Gilbert M. Knowlcs
against Catharine Hilling for abandon
ing her Homestead entry No. 7101, dated
April 1st, 1S7S, upon the northeast ,
Section .12. Township 1!) uorlb, Itange :
west in Platte county, Nebraska, with
a icv to the cancellation of .said eutrv:
the said parties are hereby summoned
to appear at this office on the 21t day of
April. LS7!). at 10 o'clock a. m.. to're-
I spond and furni-h testimony concern
ing aiu uuegcu uuauuonmeni. repo
sitions in the case will be taken at the
oflice of Samuel C. Smith, at Columbu-.
Plittte Co., Neb., on the llth dar of
April. 187!), at 10 o'clock a. m. and con
tinue from time to time until completed.
M B. JIOXIE, l.'egister.
4CI-1 Wm. ANY AN, Receiver.
Great chance to make
nicy. If you can't
gold you ran get
n hacks. We need
n ?n.rnn in Mvrv town to take siili.
scription for the largest, cheapest and '
best Illustrated family publication in i
the world. Any one can become a uc- I
The most elc"ant work
1,1 S'llll II.LIIlit
of art given fre
price is so low that almost everybody j
subscribe?. One agent reports making I
over $150 in a week. A lady agent re-I
ports taking over 400 subscribers in ten '
days. All who engage make monev
fast. You can devote all your time to
the business, or only your enure time.
You need not be away" from home over
night. You can do it well as others.
Full particulars, direction and terms
free. Flegant and expensive Outfit free.
Ifyou want profitable work mhuI us your
address at once. It costs nothing to try
the business. No one who engages fails
to make great pa v. Address "The Peo
ple's Jotinnl," Portland, Maine. 32-y
GUS. A. SCHROEDER,
WIND MILLS AND WAGONS,
AND A rt'I.L LINK ov
Goods sold cheap for caali.
SIGN OF BIG AX, llth STREET,
SMITH & TIGNER,
FKU1T, PROVISION'S, &c.
BEST OF GOODS AT LOWSST FEICES !
All Farm Products
Sought and Sold.
Highest Coah Price Paid,
Goods Exchanged for Produce.
jTtooiN di-Hvrrcd anywhere in the
city free of charge.
.NEW IIUII.MNG OX Uril ST.,
Two Doors Zast of Journal Office.
C0LU3IBUS DRUG STORE.
(.M'(TKi!OK TO DOLANU A SMITH,)
DIBS, PATEIT MEDICIIES,
Wall Paper, Toilet Articles,
PAINTS AND OILS,
KTC, KTC, KTC.
Bsst Of Goods And Low Price,
lyrn. smith win -tnt lip nuimi nt the
1VJL old stand, aud will make prescrip
tions a .spcci.tltv, as heretofore.
New Goods at Low Prices.
ALL PKODUCK bought nnd nold,
aud highest cash price paid,
or trood exchanged for produce. Coods
delivered anywhere in the city free of
charge. Express tejm iu connection.
One door cant of (Slack's on llth st.
Come aud see our stock.
AW. J. 1IEMPLEMAK .t CO.
CITY MEAT MARKET,
oi.ivi: t., oppositi' iia.h
"Will keep on hand all kinds ot Fresh
and Salt Meats, also Sausage, Poultry,
Frcsli Fish, etc, all in their eaon.
Cash paid for Hide", Lard and Un
coil. W1I.L.T. UICKLY.
CENTRAL MAT MAM
o.a mii .HTRi-:irr.
Dealers iu Fresh and Salted Meats.
Ac. Town Lots, Wood. Hides, ,r.
J. IMCKLY, Agent.
Columbus, June 1. 177.
v o i i; : i; s
Restaurant and Saloon!
E. D. SHEEIIAX, Preprietor.
Wholcsald and IJcUil Dealer in
Foreign Wines, Liquors
SCOTCH AXD EXfiLISII ALES.
X3T Kentucky Whiskies a Specialty.
In their season,
BY THK CASE. CAN OR DISH,
llth Street. South of Depot,
T AM n.lantly n-celvinsth-ebolfeit
and taste for vourelf.
Wm. P.Ef hER.
RECOJIM ENDED as far npcrfor
any other lamp nil in use in tl
ny other lamp oil in use in the
State. It givesa very brikt. clear light
aud Is perft tl; safe. ,r i