The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, May 14, 1879, Image 2
THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 18T!. A Fike in Berks county, Pa., is dcstroyiug hundreds of acres of tim ber. Charles II. Layman, 111., lias been confirmed U. S. attorney for "Wyoming. It is reported tfint "Red" Lcary, the bank robber, has been recaptur ed in Maryland. John W. Andrews, New York city, has been confirmed Uuitcd State attorney for Montana. Mn. Cannon has introduced a bill into the house for the admission of Utah into the United States. Mark Gray, who attempted to shoot Booth has been pronounced in sauc by a committee of medical ex perts. The sheriff of New York city of fers a reward of $5,000 for "Red" Leary, the bank robber, dead or alive. Ths Iowa City alcohol works, re cent y destroyed by fire, are to be rebuilt with a capacity of 1,000 bushels per day. - TnE late Wm. B. Howes of Boston left a bequest of $15,000 to the Bos ton Athcncum to bo expended for library purposes. Edward Parrar, of Philadelphia, stabbed bis daughter, Susan Irwin, the other day. The murder grew out of an old family feud. The other day Mr. Charles Bur gess took rooms at the Pacific Hotel St. .Inn. Mn nnrl in tho mornim was found dead in his bed. A. J. Poppleton, Esq., of Omaha, has been chosen as orator to deliver the annual address before the State Bar Association next January. The ucw constitution for Califor nia is certainly adopted. The work ingmen arc said to bo jubliant, and Dennis Kearney will bo happy. John Sherman and Senator Tliur man absolutely refuse to permit their names to bo used in connection with tho governorship of Ohio. It is stated that Parolo will run for the Epsom gold cup, May 30th, and also in the Ascot stakes, meet ing some of the best horses in En gland. The prize fighter Elliott was se verely punished the other day, and lies at Eric in a terrible condition, with four of his ribs on his left side broken. Another victory is reported on the 8th for Parole, who won the Cheshire handicap stakes, worth eight thousand dollars, to Lorill ardvillo. Gray, who attempted to shoot Edwin Booth, plead guilty the other day of assault with intent to kill, and was remanded to prison to await his sentence. They held a village election the other day at Central City, Neb., when tho citizens carried the tcm pcraucc or prohibition ticket by a majority of 42 votes. Mrs. Sarah W. Underwood, a lady, moving iu the first circles of Milwaukee society, was arrested tho other day charged with uttering forged paper, amounting to sever al thousand dollars. Mr. Hoxie, Receiver of U. S. land office at Grand Island, says a larger amount of business has been done at that office during the past month than auy other mouth since the es tablishment of the office. The bill to prohibit military in terference at the polls was signed by the Speaker at noon on the 10th, and taken to tho Whito House. It is understood by the friends of the President that ho will veto tho bill. It is stated that the new county of Nance, to be erected out of the Pawueo reservation, actually has a population of 1,500 and that active measures arc being taken by its citizens to organize the couuty soon. Three persons of Burlington Iowa, attempted to commit suicide on tho Sib iust., August Miller by shooting, Nicholas Thcisiugcr by hangiug, both succeeded ; John Miller, tried to cut his throat, but failing to accomplish his purpose, was scut to the lunatic asylum. Hugh McCuixough, Secretary of the Treasury, in a lecture at Har vard College, on the night of the 9th, made a strong argument iu favor of a bi-mctallic currency. Ho had changed his opinion, and had conic to the conclusion that a double staudard was the correct thing. Mr. Cromwell Lehmer, a citizen of Ccutcrvillc precinct, near Lin coln, and who was known to be in possession of a considerable sum of niouej, left home a short time since to purchase cattlf and has not re turned. Circuinstauccs are 6uch that his friends beliove he has been murdered. At Sidney, on the night of the 10th, Charles Reed shot Henry Loomis, a respectable citizen of Sidney, Neb., from the effects of which he died in tho afternoon. Reed was afterwards captured and lodged iu jail. A vigilcuco com mittee in full mask visited the jail, secured tho murderer, erected a gal lows polc,with a ladder for steps,ad justcd the rope and asked him what he had to say. He replied, "Good bye, gentlemen," and at once jump ed off the ladder to eternity. He is also charged, with committing a murder iu Texas. ICuilroatl. Since our last issue the County Commissioners have submitted to vote the question of bonding the county to the extent of $100,000 at S per cent, for a donation to tho Lincoln & Northwestern R. R Co., or tho Blue Valley & Northwestern R. R. Co , the election to take place June 1-lth, 1S79. The particulars of the proposition will be found in our advertising columns, and are now legitimate subject for the closest scrutiny, and the most thorough discussion. Look at the matter in a square, fair, busi ness way, and act in accordance with your best judgment. We al ways assume that tho subscribers of the Journal are not only capable of doing their own thinking, but tint they will do 60 likewise. We never aim, in the expression of our opinions, particularly, to please any one, but definitely, plainly to 'set forth tho facts or reasons upon which we ground our faith. The Journal's creed is "compe tition," as being the next be6t thing in tho absence of regulation by stat ute. All the arguments for the proposed road may bo summed up iu that ono word, and that, so far as Platte county railroad rates is con cerned, means moro in specification and detail than any one mau can tell iu a long summer's-day talk. A competing lino out and in ; out, to the great markets of tho world where the surplus products of the farm go as surely as water goes to tho sea; iu, bringing back our gro ceries, our coal, our lumber; com pctitiou, cheapening the transporta tion both ways, thus adding to the market value of everything we produce for sale, and bringing down the price of everything of foreigu product that we buy a double ad vantage. Time and time again the Journal has said that if the people of Nebraska were assured of cheap fuel aud cheap lumber, her future would bo safe our vacant lauds would fast bo occupied, improve ments befitting a progressive, civ ilized people would be rapidly made, and every mau, woman aud child in Nebraska, nay even the dumb brutes which look to us for shelter in the pitiless storm, would feel the dawn of the better day. In this one re spect tho railroad companies own lug lands in this Stato have made a vital mistake. Their existence made possiblo by tho generosity of the nation, they have bent their ener gies mainly to tho task of seeing juat how dry the lemon could be squeezed, aud for their shortsight edness thoy have tho satisfaction of being deuouueed wherever and whenever they arc mentioned. Cheap transportation, by iuducing capitalists to consider our natural advantages, will bring us manufac tures, which would be lastiug prosperity to Central Nebraska. The southeastern lino will tend to briug a northeastern, thus giving us still greater competition. It will add valuo to every acre of laud in tho couuty. After good soil, a good market is everything to the farmor. It will give us direct connection with Kausas City, which is already the greatest cattlo market west of Chicago, It will give us the benefit of com peting lines at Lincoln and at Kansas City, which latter seems to bo the western, railroad turntable. It will make every species of in dustry here more profitable, and make the metropolis of Platte coun ty a business centre for a still larger Ecopo of country, increasing the valuo of real-estate investments in every direction. Ab our property assessment in creases, the ratio of taxation will decrcaso. Tho railroads themselves will bear a considerable portion of the taxes, the U. P. now paying three dollars of every sixteen. Before the discussion is over we purposo showing the immense benefit to business men and farmers of Platte county that this line will be, in dollars and cents, figures and facts that will be overwhelming in convincing every one of the uced of a competing road. Various opinions are expressed by citizens of California in regard to tho effect of the provisions of the new constitution. Joseph Medill, of Sau Francisco, believes it will not confer 60 great benefits as its friends claimed, nor will it impov erish ono half of the people and en rich the other, nor will it confer wealth wealth without labor and saving, nor strip honest men of their property, no matter how rich. It will not drive present capital out of the State, nor prevent new capital from coming into it. It is claimed that it was tho votes of tho farmers that carried the new constitutiou, they casting more than two-thirds tho votes it received, while the cities and towns nearly all gave ma jorities against it. Secretary Sherman, visiting his homo the other day in Ohio, was serenaded at his hotel in Mansfield. He made a speech to the large crowd assembled, in which he spoke very favorably of the revival of business and trade iu the east, aud the entire confidence men of capital havo in the credit of the government, and its management of financial questions. TnE Lincoln Journal, in giving a description of the races at Lincoln, says that the number of citizens in attendance was not so largo as the attendance at tho State fair, but what appears to be most remarka blo is the fact that thcJoumal men tions the absence of boisterous, profane or vulgar language indulged in cither the amphitheatre or at the quarter stretch. The drivers, riders and rubbers seemed to be of a different class from those who have visited us heretofore, and their good deportment was remarked by many. "Harry Edwards" won the first race on Wednesday, purse $300. The running race half-mile dash was also won by " Harry Edwards," tirao 50 seconds. The trotting match resulted in favor of "Dick P.," purse 300. Tho running race was won by "Joex Rowell." Tho trotting and running races on tho 8th resulted as follows : the trotting in favor of "Kate Wisner," purse $300, and in tho running match, "Startlo" won tho purso of $300 in 3:01. The slow mule race, ono mile dash, was a very funny feature of the day. "Bay Jim" proved to bo tho slowest, and took" the first mon ey ; time 17: 00j. We can only refer briefly to the case of Piatt vs. U. P. R. R. Co., re cently decided in the U. 5. Supreme Court, reversing the decision of Secretary Schurz. By the third sec tion of the act of congress of July 1, 1802, a grant of lands was made to the U. P. It. It company, aud it was euactcd "that all such lands not sold or disposed of by the com pany before the expiration of threo years after the entire road should bo completed, should be subject to pre-emption aud settlement like other lands. In giving a construa tion to this law the court held that the company was authorized to mortgage the land grant, and that the mortgage made in 1S67, "for the purpose of raising money necessary to continue and complete the con struction of the road" was a "dis posal" of the laudB within tho mcan iug of tho act. The mortgage debt not having falleu due and remain ing unpaid, that the lands were not open to settlement aud pre-emption. Col. Richardson of Jacksou, Miss., in tho recent convention held by Southern planters gavo expres sion to correct sentiments wheu ho said that the convention would paci fy tho negroes if the white men showed this year that they were sincere iu their resolution to put down bulldozing, and ho thinks they are sincere. Tho planters aro determined to stop it, becauso it is ruining them. Col. Richardson is the largest planter in tho world,and grows 10,000 bales of cotton annual ly. We do not apprehend any very serious trouble about the colored people leaving the south if the people will extend to them strictly their rights and then protect them under the law in well doing. Call for State Tcmcpcrnnco Convention. The annual meeting of tho State Temperance Society of Nebraska, will bo held at Lincoln on May 22d, 1879. The Red Ribbon Clubs throughout the Slate are requested to send as many delegates as possi ble to this convention. Arrange ments have been made with the dif ferent railroad line9 for reduced rates of fare. State papers favora ble to Temperance, please copy. G. B. Skinner, Prcs. State Tcm Soc'ty. L. W. BlLLINGSLEY, Scc'y. COLUMBUS MARKETS. Our quotations of the markets are ob taiued Tuesday afternoon, and are correct and reliable at the time. GRAIN, &.C. "Wheat No. 1, test 50 lbs. " " 2, " 50 " . " " 3, " 54 " . " Rejected Corn, ; . . . Oats, Barlev live..'. Flour, Graham, . . . . Go (!2 50 45 20 .25 20-10 20 .... ?2 253 00 25003 00 Buekwncat Flour, per lb. 05 Meal, 801 00 rKonucK. Butter, 48 Efjgs, 8 Potatoes, 2530 Bcane p bu 150(3-00 Peas - 1 00gl 50, Onions - 85' Turnips' 2540 Beets ' 4000 LIVE STOCK. Fat Hogs, 2 002 10 Fat Cattlo, 2 503 00 Yearlings, 10 0012 00 Calves 4 00600 Sheep 3 00 Good veal, per hundred, 5 00 Hides, greeu salted, 3 50 MEATS. Hams,... ... c10 Shoulders, 47 Sides, 58 Corned Beef 67 Steak ?12J4 COPY OF ORDER. In the District Court In and Tor Platte county, State of Nebraska, Fourth. Judicial District. ON the petition of John J3. AY'clls. Administrator of the estate of Christianna It. Wells, late of said Platte county, deceased, praying for a license to sell certain real estate of said de secdept for the payment of debts and charges against said estate. It is order, cd by the court that all persons inter ested in said estate are directed to appear before the Judge of said Court on the 4th day of June, 1879, at 1 o'clock, p. m., at the Court House at Osceola, Polk county, Nebraska, to show cause why a license should not be granted to sell the real estate as prayed for in said petition for the payment of debts and charges against said estate and that a copy of this order be published iu the Columbus Journal, a newspaper pub lished in said county of Platte, four successive weeks prior to the bearing of said cause. April 15th, 1879. GEO. TV. POST, Judge. Attested copy. John Stauffeb, Clerk Dist. Court, 4C9-3 Platte Co., Neb. PROPOSITION FOR RAIL ROAD BONDS AND TAX. BY VIRTUE of the authority in us vested by an act of the Legislature of the State of Nebraska, entitled, "An act to enable counties, cities and pre cincts to borrow money on their bonds to aid in the construction or completion of works of internal improvements in this State, aud to legalize bonds already issued for such purposes," approved February 15th, lfcGli, and the acts of the Legislature of said State amendatory thereof. "Wc, the County Commission ers of Platte county, in the Stato of Nebraska, for the purpose of aiding the construction of a rail road, commencing at a point on the line of the Atchison & Nebraska rail road, in the county of Lancaster, of said State of Nebraska, and running thence in a westerly anil northerly direction through the counties of Lancaster, Seward, Butler and Platte to the city of Columbus, thereby form ing a continuous line of rail road from the city of Atchison, in the State uf Kansas, to the said city of Columbus, in the State of Nebraska, do hereby submit to the legal voters of the said county of Platte, to be voted upon by them at a special election which is hereby called to be held on the 14th day of June, A. D., 1879, at the usual places of voting in the several precincts of said county, the following proposition for bonds and tax that is to say: Shall the County Com missioners of Platte county, in the State of Nebraska, be authorized and required to issue aud give to the Lincoln & Northwestern rail road company, or tho Blue Valley & Northwestern rail road company, one hundred thou sand dollars of the coupon bonds of saiu l'lattc county, to be uatcu the 1st day of January, A. D., 1SS0, bearing interest from date at the rate of eight per cent, per annum, the interest paya ble annually at the oflicc of the County Treasurer of tho said county of Platte, and the principal to become due in twenty years from the date of said bonds and payable to bearer at the office of the County Treasurer, of the said county of Platte. Stlch bonds or any portion thereof in sums of not less thah one thousand dollars shall be made re deemable at any time alter ten years from the date of the same at tho option and upon the call of the proper officers of said county, and in addition to the usual taxes, shall the proper officers of the said county of Platte, be authorized and required to levy a special tax on all the taxable property within said county sufficient to pay the annual interest on said bonds as the same shall become due, and after the expiration of ten years from the date of said bonds shall the proper officer be authorized and required to levy a tax in like manner upou all the taxable property within said county in addition to all other taxes, sufficient iu amount to create a sinking fund for the purpose of paying at maturity tho principal of said bonds. The whole amount of said bonds to be issued aud given to one of the aforesaid railroad romp.mics upon tin following conditions and none other to wit: That one of said rail road companies shall construct and complete a lino of rail road of the standard gauge from some point on the line of the Atchison & Nebraska rail road, in the county of Lancaster, running thence west and north through the counties of Lancaster, Seward, Butler and Platte, to the eltv of Columbus, and shall locate, establish and maintain in the 9aid city of Colum bus a freight and passenger depot, said line of rail road to be completed to the extent to have regular daily trains run ning thereon to the city of Columbus, in the said countv of Platte, by the 1st day of July, A. D., 1SS0. Said bonds shall be issued and delivered to cither of the aforesaid rail road companies, which shall construct and build the line of rail road aforesaid, when said road shall be completed and trains running thereon to the said city of Columbus. At the time of the delivery of said bonds to the company building" said rail road, enough coupons shall be detached therefrom, so that such bonds shall draw interest only from the date such com pany is entitled to receive tho same as hereinbefore provided. The vote to be had and taken on the foregoing propo sition shall be by ballot, and the ballots cast at said election shall have written or printed thereon the following words: Kail road bonds and tax, " yes," or rail road bonds and tax, no." If two-thirds or more of the ballots cast at said election shall have written or printed thereon The words "Bail road bonds and tax, yes," then said County Commissioners shall be author ized and required to issue said bond.? as alorcsaid. Therefore it is hereby ordered that a special election be held in said Platte county, Nebraska, for the purpose of voting on the aforesaid proposition, on said 14th day of June, 1871, in the sever al precincts of said county at the usual places of holding elections, to wit: In Columbus precinct at the court house. In Butler precinct at the school house of district 2s'o. 7. In Bismarck precinct at the school house of district No. 2. In Sherman preeiuct at the school house of district No. 40. In Crcston precinct at the school house of district No. 43. In Shell Creek precinct at the school house of district No. 4. In steams precinct at the school house of ditriut No. 21. Iu Humphrey precinct at the house of "Walter Mead, iu section 8, township 20, range 1 west. In Lost Creek precinct at the school house of district No. 11. In Burrows precinct at the school house of district No. 14. In Granville precinct at the school house of District No. 52. In Monroe precinct at the school house of district No. 0. In LookingGlassprecinctat the school house of district No. 31. In Pleasant Valley precinct at the house of Patrick Delany, on section 22, township 20j range 3 west. In WoodviIIe precinct at the residence of Cornelius Koch. In Walker precinct at the house of Bennett Olson. That the polls at said election shall be open at 8 o'clock in the forenoon and continue open until G o'clock in the afternoon of said day. Dated at Columbus, Nebraska, thcGth day of May, 1879. By order of the Board of County Com. niissioncrs. JOHN STAUFFEB, 470-5 Countv Clerk. TIMBER-CULTURE NOTICE. TJ. S. Land Office, Grand Island, Neb.,) May 1st, 1879. COMPLAINT having been entered at this office by Samuel E. Deveney against Joseph Wickhani for abandoning his Timber-Culture Entry No. 45G, dated April 30, 1874. upon the north , south east , Section 30, Township 20 north, Itange 1 east, in Platte county, Nebras ka, with a view to the cancellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 13th day of June, 1879. at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testimony con cerning said alleged abandonment. Dep ositions to be used herein will be taken at the office of Speice & North, Colum bus, Neb., June 9th, 1879, at 1 p. m. Timber-Culture papers of said Deveney are now on file in this office waiting cancellation of said Timber-Culture No. 45C. 31. B. HOXIE, Register. 4C9-4 -Vm. ANYAN, Becciver. MAIL SETTINGS. IVOTICE TO CO."TKACTORS. TotsT Office Department, ) "Washington, D. C, May 10, 1S79.J PROPOSALS will be received at the Contract office of this Department until 3 p. m. of July 10, 1879, for carrying the mails of the United States, upon the routes, and according to the schedule of arrival and departure specified by the Department, in the State of Nebraska from October 1, 1879 to June 30, 1SS2. Lists of route5,with schedules of arrivals and departures, instructions to bidder., with forms for contracts aud bonds and all other necessary information will be furnished upon application to the Second Assistant Postmaster General. D. M.KEY, 470-C. Postmaster General. THE NEWSTORE IS NOW Open and Ready for Business. A COMPLETE STOCK OF Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, etc. In the Stove Building for merly occupied by M. E. Clothe?' opposite the Post Office, and will Sell Goods Cheaper than the Cheapest. XIiat'H what' tho matter with HANNA." THIS SPACE IS RESEEVED FOB H. P. COOLIBGB, HARDWARE DEALER, NEBRASKA AVENUE, EAGLE MILLS, ft&tj ON- SHELL CREEK, Near Matthis's Bridge. JOSEPH BUCHER, - Proprietor USTThc mill is complete in every par ticular for making the best of flour. "A square, fair business" is the motto. 4&5-X. COLUMBUS DRUG STORE. A.W.DOLAND, (SUCCESSOR TO IMJLAND & SMITH,) Wall Paper, Toilet Articles, PAINTS AND OILS, irrc, etc., etc. iesi 01 Qooia And Low Prices, M It. SMITH will still be found at the old stand, and will make prescrip tions a specialty, as heretofore. 401-x aALBRAITHBROS (Successors to Gus. Lockncr) Dealer in all kinds of Agricultural Implements AGENTS FOR TlipflmproTcd Klnard Hat-Tester, Wood Kinder, Jloners, Reaper, and Selfltakfg. Alao the famonsJUnneseta Chief Thresher.llodsw' Header, and W Inshin Bros.' rclebra- fted Ynnelcxs Mind Mill Pump etc., Bai?ey Tops orall tyle JuNt recelred. Fanners, loolc to your JLn tcrcstsianu glvous a, call. GALBRAITH BROS. LAND FOE SA1E. Cj? Eighty acres, in Sec. 12, C3 T rii t v r....s ..--.i . terh. of Columbus: 70 acres un der the plow; G acres 5 yr. old trees walnut and cottonwood of pood size. Dwelling-house, 12x23 feet, 1 stories h!-b; good well; two granaries; sta bling, hog-yards, Ac Small fruits such as currants, blackberries, Ac Conven ient to school house and good outlet to roads. Price, $1,350 Will sell farm ma chinery if desired. Address at Colum bus,Platte Co., Nebr. Mautin Hollkrin. GE0EGE N. DEKRY, CARRIAGE, House & Sign Painting, GSAnnyo, oLiznis, Paper Hanging, KALSOMINING, Etc. E3FA11 work warranted. Shop on Olive street, opposite the "Tattcrsall" Stables. aprlCy John S. Christison, M. D., nmm a sun. Formerly of the Now York City Hos pital, Blackwell's Island. Oflicc on Olive St., wo doors southio Cockburn'sStore, tCoIumbus. J. M. KELLY, CONTRACTOR 11 CIBPffilfi. Holds himself in readiness for any .work in his line. lWnm int;.,f. ,-n contracts for buildings of any dewcrip i on call on oraddress him at Columbus. BHBiOnf f PATEHT mssk THE- N. Y. CHEAP GASH STOEE. L. KRAMER, IS NOW OPENING THE FINEST AND BEST ASSORTED SPRING STOCiK OF Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Boots & Shoes, Hats and Caps, Hosiery, NOTIONS, ETC., TIIAT HAS EVEKDEEN SHOWN IN COLUMBUS, AT LOWER PRICES THAN HAVE EVER PRE VAILED BEFORE. Don't buy a dollar's worth of goods until you have seen my stock and prices. MY AIM IS TO SELL The Best Goods -ATTHE Lowest Prices! IN ORDER TO LARGELY INCREASE St BUSINESS IN THE FUTURE. L. KEAMEE, SIGN OF Ill YOHI CHEAP USE STORE. 11th Street, COLUMBUS, - - NEBRASKA.1 Beceer's Machine Depot! Cor. 13th. and : THE CELEBRATED BUCKEYE MOWEE WITH TABLE KAKE ATTACHMENT. The first nucccsxfu! machine with two driving wheels; the first and only machine to fold the linger bar across the frame, while driving on the road; the first ma chine with a prrfrrt wrought-iron linger and steel-lined concave cutting surface, making a self-sharpening guard; tin first two-wheeled machine with a successful reaping attachment; the only michiiiu that combines a perfect Mower and a per fect Reaper in oue. TEE BUCKEYE HARVESTER, Made by the same Company is lacking In nothing heretofore considered osxcntinl to a first-class Harvester, and will be found superior to all its competitor!, iu nualltv of mate ria' and workmanship, easy of draft, convenience of handling, and saving of grain. The I5UCICKYE HARVESTER also has a successful UINDINU ATTACHMENT, which should be examined by parties who arc thinking of buving a self-bindt-r for the coming harvest. For simplicity, durability and caso of management it i second to none in the market. -tTff rB i I ' 3""""" "yaO,J'x- j- 9tt dfi u rf jr Made by the Moline Plow Company, Is the only entirely wrought-iron adjustable frame made, can be used with any sized plow, and is adjustable to all kinds of ground, haing a lever on either side; you can level it on any side-hill, cut a clear furrow and throw it up the hill: can be used for cither two, three or four horses abreast. For quality of material and style of workmanship it is second to none, and iu case of draft and convenience of bun tiling, it stands without a peer. Always a full stock or FIRST CLASS 3IACHINES OF ALL KINDS on hand Anything wanted that is not on hand will be sent for at once for you. A full stock of Moline Breaking and Stirring plows, Moline Western. Champion, and AVier Cultivators, the Illinois Combined Riding and "Walking Cultivator, together with the celebrated La Harpe Cultivator, both riding and Walking, the Butnilo Pitts Thrc-her. the best put up, eaiet runningahd best cleaning machine made. Parties wishing anything in our line will do well to call on us before buying, as wc buy all our small goods from manufacturers, and our facilities for handling goods are first-class, LUMBER (HYEiY AWAY ! AT THE YAED OF JAEGGI & SCHUPBACH, C'OIMJIHUN, JSTCall and get price-list. LOWEST RATES ever known in CentralNcbrai ka. TO SAVE MONEY is the easiest way to MAKE MONEY. I Mean Business! o Estarordinary Inducements Will be offered in CLOTHING, DEY GOODS, Hate, Caps and Notions, As my stock must be converted Into cash. Xnlk In clicap, Imt price tell, 1 luivc got the. good, and am bound to fcell. W. H. HEIDELBERGEE, 12th STREET, (2 doors west of Hammond House), 230 u o 5 u o o p THE REVOLUTION Dry Goods and ClotSng Store Is now ready for the Fall and Winter Campaign with an immense stock of Beady-made Clothing, Dry Goods, Carpets, Etc., Etc. At prices that were never heard of before in Columbus. o- CSTDry Goods have taken a bisr tumble in th !? w.i... , , and as I buy my goods strictly for cih, I wiS rivSjIS?81 efit of it, and supply them with anything? n It S??" the b? n than they were ever known to be hSSrS 7 UCh l0Wer pnces All I ask for is, give me a friendly call and con vince yourself of the facts. Proprietor 437, Madison Streets 5 ijBy CO N O IVES3RAS2CA. O a o O o o o O o W P Hats. J1DS. ap I. GLTJCK, of tho Revolution Dry Goods Store. A A v.