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OFFICIAL PAPER OF PLATTE COUNTY.
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 24, 1879.
Communications, to Insure insertion
in the next if sue, should be in hand on
Mondavs; if lengthy, on Thurjdays
preceding issue-day." Advertisements,
of whatever clas, should be in hand by
Advertisements under this head 15
cts. a line flrst insertion, 10 ctf. aline
each subscaucnt insertion.
"We arc authorized to announce the
name of John Ilubcr, as a candidate for
Sheriff of Platte County, subject to the
decision of the Republican county con
"We are authorized to announce the
name of John Kelley as a candidate for
Co. Treasurer, subject to the decision of
the Republican Convention.
Buggy tops at cost, at Becker's.
Buckboard for sale atBecher &
Fresh oranges and lemons at M.
"V. S. Gccr went to Oakdale
"Woolen socks u cents a pair at
When you want good Tea, call
and see Lamb.
Presbyterian sociable at the
The loma-hftM'k wire-baud cut
tor at Coolidgc's.
Calico remnants 35 to -10 yards
for $1.00 at Kramer's.
W. W. Burgess intends to make
Xancc county his home.
Children's Balmoral hose at ."
oonts a pair at L. Kramer's.
School hooks at Ed. Fitzpat
rick's, opposite the post-oflicc.
Good undershirts aud drawers
for 25 cts. each at L. Kramer's.
Republican Judicial Convention
at the Court House this evening.
At Lamb's new store you will
find goods at bottom prices for cash.
For a first-class and neat-fitting
boot or shoe, go to J. M. Honahan's.
B. E. Rogers has not yet found
his buggy that was stolen a week
The camp-meeting recently held
at Rising, Butler Co., was largely
Hugh Maherand Wm. Tillman
were over from David City, Friday
Coolidgc says that Murdock has
thn best Plymouth Rock chickens
in the country.
The best Mock of boots and
shoes in town at J. M. IIonahan'8,
on Olive street.
You can buy your groceries
cheaper at Lamb's than at any other
place in Columbus.
The A. Ss N. force arc boring
the bed of the Platto for solid foun
dation for the bridge.
Rev. Adams, of New York, will
preach at the M. E. Church, this
city, next Sabbath at 11 a. m.
Hill & Lubker expect to move
into their new building, corner of
Olive aud IJth street, to-day.
Dan. Kavanangh will accept the
thanks of the entire Journal force
for a nice lot of prairie chickens.
Lamb pays cash for all the good
butter and eggs that come along.
Second door north of post-office.
A connecting building has been
put up between John Wiggins'
hardware store aud his work-shop.
Mr. Muller, the silversmith, has
placed us under special obligations
for a breakfast of bass and pickerel.
If you want a good barb-wire
fence call on Coolidgc and get the
Kolly, steel barb-wire, the best in
Go to Kramer's X. Y. Cheap
Cash Store for new fall goods just
received, at prices defying competi
tion. Adolph Jacggi and Geo. Wan
del returned from their tonr to Eu
rope on Sunday last, in good health
Capt. J. S. Woods of Omaha
was iu the city yesterday, perfecting
arrangements for the Soldiers grand
re-union next month.
J. Gould and S. H. II. Clark
went west Thursday, stopping at
Jackson to ran out to the river,
noj'th on the extension.
I buy Croquett setts cheapc
ana sen mem cneapcr than anv
other man in Columbus. At Do
land's Columbus Drug Store.
Mail orders for goods or sam
ples will have my most careful and
prompt attention. L. Kramer, at the
Xcw Yorfc Cheap Cash Store.
O. Olcson's carpenter shop has
been removed to the corner opposite
its old location, to make room for
the new Congregational church.
Bro. J. X. Reynolds discussed
the subject of "What is your life"?
at the Si. E. Church, last Sunday
evening, in a very able mauner.
D. F. Kelley, of Shell Creek
preciuct, near Gleason's P. O., left
at the Journal office this week the
bet specimeu of corn that we ever
W. A. Alderson, of Humphrey,
this county, goes on a visit with his
family to Wyoming, Iowa., Co.,
Wisconsin. The Journal will fol
low him next week.
Joe. Buchcr says that teams cau
now cross Shell creek at his mill, as
well as they cau elsewhere. His
''Hull is eix miles north of Columbus,
and is in good order.
Subscribers the Journal who
received their papers at this office
will, during our stay on 13th street,
receive them at the Columbus post
office, unless they otherwise order.
The Presbyterian Congregations
of Wood ltiver, Shelton and Gibbon
have invited the Rev. Thomas Bayne
to become their minister. He ac
cepts and enters upon his labors at
The original mixed paint is the
Avcrill and it is the best. It costs
no more to paint with it than with
poor paint. .For sale at Doland's
Columbus Drug store at $1.50 per
Money to loan at Becher &
Mens' boots at $1.50 a pair at L.
Wheat, No. 1,75c; No. 2, 73c;
No. 3, 70c ; rejected GOc.
I. Gluck's new business house
presents a fine appearance.
Black Cashmere at 40 cents at L.
Kramer's New York Cheap Cash
The largest stock of choice new
groceries in Columbus at T. C.
Mowers and plows, at cost, on
next year's terms, at A. W. Law
renceV. Four more of Andrew O'
Douncl's children arc sick with
J.C.Elliolt is selling the Stover
wind-mill, all complete for $75.00.
Call and get a good mill at Hammond
Don't you forget that Lynch Ss
Hays, at their new store on Olive
street, have a large assortment of
Miss Delia Welch hasjust receiv
ed her first invoice of fall millinery
goods, which will be sold at the
Cors-cts at 25 cents, and the cele
brated Cook corset can be found
onlv at L. Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
y- Oehlrich & Bro. will open
out in Ilcnrv Bios', old stand in a
few days, with a new stock of gro
ceries. They are No. 1 gentlemen.
C. E. Hockenbcrger, who has
been in the employ of S. C. Smith,
of this city, will take he place va
cated by Mr. Weaver at the post
office. "Lndy Audlcy's Secret' and the
"Persecuted Dutch man" by the Co
lumbus Diamatic Club. Friday night
at the Opera House. Admittance
25 cts. Reserved seals 50 cts.
A lot of summer goods con
sisting of hats, hose, fans, parasols,
handkerchiefs, cambrics and sum
mer dress goods at cost at Smith &
Drake's, to make room for winter
J. H. Ilerron, who lives soutbf
of the Platte river, showed us last
week a very nice article of syrup
made from the amber sugar cane,
lie is manufacturing a large quan
tity of it.
Louis Weaver, who has been
employed as clerk in the post-office
in this city, will leave that position
this week. So far as we know his
services have been very acceptable
to the public.
Wagon springs, three sizes for
2500 to J500 pound loads, for sale at
Becker's. They save a wagon, there
is less liability to breakage in rough
places, and there is more comfort
riding on the load.
J. B. Wells came down from
Grand Island Monday. The Den
ver & St. Joe is completed to that
place, the first passenger train
coming iu Sunday. The town is
Quietness in a printing office is
a very good thing, but when it gets
so perfectly still that the sneeze of
one man startles and frightens a
whole bevy of printers, it then be
comes quite amusing.
W. E. Sackett, of Boone county,
is erecting a neat building on the
Gothic plan. The Argus says it
will not be for rent. It is under
stood that Sackett will, at least, se
lect his own tenants.
On Thursday last D. Anderson
'gobbled up that horse herd oppo
site the Journal office too quick.
Everybody can now buy No. 1
ponies, too cheap at Anderson's
stock yards, west end of town.
Members of Columbus Rebekah
DegrejQ Lodge are requested to meet
on Thursday evening, Sept. 25th, at
7l o'clock, iu their hall, for special
business. By order of Mrs. F. G.
Bccher, N. G., E. A. Corn well, Sec'y.
Ernst, J. Browner, C. Reinke,
G. Birncy, M. Mahcr and J. McAl
lister, appraisers, fixed damages by
A. it N. track as follows :J. Lewis
$210; Finch $175: Lotten $100; G.
Galley $200; S. Galley $175; J. Gal
ley $450; J. Haney $300.
Peter Munsou, of West Hill, was
the first man to invest $3 in the
Journal after we moved the office
to 13th street. J. J. Lockncr was
the second man to Invest a like sum ;
and J. E. Kellogg, of Patron, Butler
county, was the third man who de
Pat. Hays was on Shell Creek
Saturday. The new railroad town
is to be 9 miles northwest from
Columbus, .j mile from the mouth
of Elm creek on Mrs. Callahan's
farm. The town was to be laid out
yesterday. Survey will immediate
ly be made from there to Albion,
thence to the Black Hills.
The prairie grass is dry enough
to burn. Now is the time to make
fire-guards to protect your property
from the ravages of these terrible
fires. If this precaution is neglect
ed, you may in a brief space of time,
loose thousands of dollars' worth of
your property which has taken years
of hard labor to accumulate.
W. II. Woodworth, of Creston,
Iowa, was in the chy last Friday, on
his return to Iowa. We learn that
Mr. Woodworth and O. Phillips,
who came to the west together,
have each located a farm in the
northwest portion of Antelope
county, Neb., and will return soon
to make Neb., their future home.
Lamb will pay the highest mar
ket price in cash for butter and eggs.
Second door north of post-office.
At Kramer's N. Y. Cheap Cash
Store on 11th St. all summer goods
will be ofTered at greatly reduced
prices to make room for an immense
stock of goods suitable for fall and
Just as rapidly as they push the
building on the A. Ss N. R. R., just
as rapidly I must push the sales of
cooking stoves, in order to make
room for a great many more coming.
Remember this rare chance. Come
early and get great bargains, at
Robert Uhlig's stove house.
Jno. Hcmplcman has purchased
of A. C. Tigner the building lately
occupied as a grocery by Mr. Bul
lard, and will remove it to one door
east of Phil. Goodwin's on 11th st.
Mr Bullard will occupy the room
just vacated by Hempleman. To
complete this item, we might say
that Gus. Schrreder will erect a
building on the site of the ouc re
moved. It don't go long unoccupied.
Capt. John Hammond took a
trip to David City Monday. He says
that it is a very lively little place,
aud buildings are going up in every
direction. One brick block and a
large grain elevator on the A. Ss N.
are among the improvements. All
the gradiug is done south of the
river except at the Bin fin where the
road comes into the Platte valley.
The whole line will be graded in
David Anderson has been rust
ling around pretty lively the last
ten days gathering in, weighing and
branding steers. On Monday morn
ing he weighed out and sold $9,000
worth of cattle to parties from Iowa,
and he informs us he Ins orders
from parties in eastern Nebraska for
100 head more feeding steers. The
profits on feeding last wintpr, coup
led with the fact that Iowa aud
Nebraska have the large&t coi n crop
these States ever raised, makes feed
ing cattle iu great demand.
M. K. Turner & Co. have com
menced the erection of a new build
ing, on the lot formerly occupied by
the Journal office building, which
was pulled out and removed on
Thursday, to make room for the new
work. The building will be 22x80
feet, grout walls, the upper story of
which will be used as the Journal
printing office, and the lower story
by L. Kramer in the mercantile bus
iness. The Journal office at pres
ent is located on 13th street, two
doors west of Win. Becker's grocery
At an informal meeting of
teachers at the School-house in Dist.
No. 1, Saturday, Mr. Cramer was
elected temporary chairman and
Mrs. Filield temporary Secretary.
It was resolved to organize a society
to be known as "The Platte County
Teachers Association." and a com
mittee aypointed to report at the
next meeting. The teachers of the
Co. arc eirncstly requested to at
tend the next meeting, which will
be held iu the School-house iu Dist.
No. 13, Saturday Sept. 27 at 10
o'clock a. in.
The Era has finally got down to
work in its contest with the local
editor of the Democrat, Mr. Crites.
and the public may expect some de
velopments, if they be neither rich,
rare nor rucy. Hensley closes a
rather personal at tide on Mr.Crites's
non-election to the legislature, with
these words :
"But when, through his inherent
stupidity and want of foresight as a
political' leader, he was sucked under
the waves of defeat, a voice cried out
from that overwhelming strangula
tion, yonr Mcft-handed compliments
and faint praise' has helped to damn
The boasts of the Democracy in
this county two years ago were so
loud that many Republicans who
voted for some of the ticket then at
their very earnest and oft-repeated
solicitation have concluded to vote
straight hereafter. This reminds us :
A Democratic candidate stepped up
to a thorough-paced Republican and
solicited his vote, plying him with
arguments of various kinds. Finally,
after listening very patiently to what
he had to say, the Republican sov
ereign inquired whether his friend
would vote for a Republican, if he
would give him his vote. "Oh, no,"
said the Democratic candidate, "that
would be against my principles."
Just remember this when a man
solicits your vote against your prin
ciples. The Democrats of Platte county
cannot afford to allow convicted
thieves and pimps to sit in their
conventions as delegates. Any such,
even if regularly appointed, should
be promptly expelled for the good
name of the party.
The Columbus Democrat, one of
the party organs recognized by the
Co. Convention, had the above to
say last Friday of some of its mem
bers. If any Republican paper had
even intimated that there were
"convicted thieves and pimps" iu
that convention there would have
been a hue aud cry raised whose
echo would not die for many a day.
TVe suppose, now that the nomina
tions are made, " the convicted
thieves and pimps" will not only be
"allowed" to vote, but their support
will be most anxiously solicited.
Hare "convicted thieves and pimps"
no rights that a Democratic news
paper is bound to respect? Is the
Democratic party also to be a party
of Puritanic principles?
Brash v Bernhart. Transferred to
Columbus State Bank v Smith &
Johnson. Appeal dismissed.
District 29 v Morrissey. Leave to
answer in 30 days.
Doddridge v Dale. Dismissed at
Crites v Baker et al. Same entry.
Morrissey v O'Neill same entry.
Diebold Safe Ss Lock Co. v N. G.
Bonesteel et al. Cause continued.
Barnum v Young. Judgment for
May v J. G. Compton. Judgment
for plaintiff, $1237.50.
Saral. v Wilhelmina Reinke. Di
John v Meridian Jackson. Di
Wells v James Compton et al.
Judgment against Ellen Young for
Blackmail v Hohen. Judgment
for plaintiff, $G99.5S.
Ilunneman v Ellis et al. Judg't
for plaintiff, $580.97.
Barnurn v J. G. Compton. Judg
ment for plaintiff, $1,270.
Dewey v Hays. Judgment for
plaintiff,$1068.50 and atty's fees $100.
Margaret v Patrick McNamara.
Hellman v Baker. Judgment for
plain till; $403.2S.
Steele recovered judg't against
Baker for$lG2.44; KummervBnch
er for $586.20; Stull v Loveland for
State v Hoppen. Dismissed. State
v Wm. Grant, assault and battery,
Stale v Young. Incest. Xolle
Indictments were presented against
L. M. Cook for incestuous rape and
Marion Harper for assault with in
tent to wound.
Saml. Davis, Phil. Norton, Hans
Olsen and Bcnj. BeLisIe were dis
charged from custody.
The following were dismissed at
pltfTs cost: Dobie v Murray; Mc
Guaue v O'Leary; O'Leary v Mr
Guane. Central Nat. Bank Omaha v Mar
tens. Continued for service upon
Ilunneman et al v Dale aud Dod
dridge. Change of venue to TJ. S.
Circuit Court for Nebraska.
Walsh v Walsh. Continued till
adjourned term, Oct. 15, '79.
A Mother' Ilenrt.
The following affecting Iine9 were
written by the late Mrs. Susan J.
Godfrey, after the death of her little
child ron :
I'e five little angels waiting for me
On the beautiful banks of the crystal sea;
Forever free from sorrow audp.iin,
Spotlesx, and pure from all earthly stain,
Never in erring path to rove,
Safe in the bosom of Intinite Love,
Evermore, evermore, walkingin light,
My little angels, robed in white.
I've live little angels to welcome nie
When I, too, shall stand by the crystal
When the great Refiner hath fitted me,
In me his own image can clearly sec.
When iu the robe of Christ's righteous
My soul hall see the home of the blest,
On the beautiful banks of the crystal sea,
My little ones there will welcome me.
The proceedings of the convention
were received too late to publish in
full. Our thanks are due to the
Sec'y, Geo. Lehman, all the same.
E. L. Siggius presided. The follow
ing ticket was nominated: J. G.
Higgins, for Co. Judge; Jno. Stauff
er, Clerk; C. A. Speice, Treasurer;
, , ,"' ..,..,,
Sup't. of schools ; A. Heintz, Coro-
ner; M. Mahcr, Commissioner; Ji.
L. Rossiter, Surveyor. The lirst
formal ballot for treasurer stood,
Speice 23, Kavanaugh IN. On sher
iff, Morrissey 17, Clother 16, and
Weekly Weather Report.
During the week ending 8 p. m.,
Sept. 21st, the mean temperature of
the air was 57. Friday, with u
temperature at noon of C8, was the
coolest day. A frost occurred Fri
day night. Variable winds pre
vailed. On the ayerage three-fifths of the
sky's surface were covered with
No measurable rain-fall occurred
B. F. Hoyt, Observer.
The following is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining in the post-office, in
Columbus, for the week ending Sept.
Comstock C R Lemrert F O
Cowin Olin D Menrow Edward
Cowin Mrs Mariah Mead M C
Davis C A Meyer L
Darling Henry Pinkerton E
Hal ford Jas R Rogers Norman
Higgins E U Strutbers Thos ( 2)
Kiluan John Wood W H
Kelin II Whitmoyer E
If not called for in 30 day 3 will be sent
to the dead-letter office, Washington, D.
C. When called for please say "adver
tised," as these lettrr are kept separate.
E. A. Gkrkard. P. M.
I desire to express publicly my
very sincere thanks to many friends
for kindnesses in my bereavement,
and especially to D. D. "Wadswortb,
Mrs. C. D. Clother, Mrs. Chas. Pe
tersen, and also to Mrs. Wm. Schrce
der, who has bad the care of my
children since the death of their
mother. John E. Godfrey.
One experienced dry goods and
clothing salesman. Address or call
on L. Kramer.
6000 Bush. New Ear Corn deliv
ered at Columbus.
E. J. Baker.
G. A. R. RE-UNION !
Columbus, Neb., Sept. 8, '79. j
An Encampment of the Veterans in
Nebraska will be held at "Warren's
Grove, Butler Co., Nebraska, on the
"th, 8th, 0th and 10th of October, 1879.
All veterans in the State, with their
families, arc cordially invited to be
present. The Encampment will be
known as Camp G. H. Thomas, and lo
cated midway between Columbus and
David City, Neb.
Arrivals Soldiers Greetings Settling
Camp Business Meeting at 4 o'clock,
p.m. In the evening a Rousing Grand
Army Camp Are will be lighted.
Regimental Reunions in the morning
Reception of distinguished guests An
address of welcome by Col. W. II.
Webster, Commander of Beauford
Tost, No. 23, of Central City Short
address Songs Stories Camp Rem
iniscences by the Boys in Blue, etc.,
etc. Camp rMre in the evening.
Camp Fires in the morning Drill Ad
dresses Meeting of "War Prisoners
Amusements Dress Parade Camp
Fire in evening.
Business Meeting Amusements consist
ing of Walking, Running and Jumping
matches, Base Ball, Foot Ball, Blanket
Tossing and other sports The Drum
Corps will sound the Army Calls ut
intervale during the day and evening
A barbecue of from 1 to 5 oxen
Sham Battle Breaking Camp Auld
Lang Syne Farewells.
Comrade Paul Vandcrvoort will have
command of the Camp.
Comrade J. S. Wood will act as Adj't
Gov. Nance, Lt. Gov. Carnes and Adj't
Gen'l Alexander will be present and
address the Boys,
Addresses will be given by the lions.
Paul Vandervoort, J. M. Thurston, J D.
Webster, J. C. Cowin, Col's Manderson
and Judge Savage.
This Re-union is for the purpose of
enabling the. btirvivliig Veterans to once
again gather (with their families) for
social and fraternal greetings, to revive
old associations and memories, and en
joy a grand old-time pic-nic, devoid of
martial pomp or ceremony. It has no
political aims or objects, and it is earn
estly desired that the tried and gallant
Veterans in Nebraska may respond once
more to Roll Call. Come prepared to
camp out four days with rations.
Per order Committee of Arrangements,
JOHN HAMMOND, Ch'n.
Bkadkokd 1. Cook, Sec'y.
Address all communications to John
Hammond, Columbus, or Bradford P.
Cook, David City.
The Staters Hospital.
J. P. Becker and J. G. Higgins are
of the committee appointed to solicit
funds for the erection of a Sisters'
Hospital in this city, and we learn
they will begin their canvass this
week. To the intelligent public the
enterprise needs no particular com
mendation, as the Sisters are recog
nized the world over as the very
embodiment of good deeds to the
unfortunate. Give as you are mov
ed by the Good Spirit.
PresM for Sale.
Having purchased a cylinder
press, we will sell the hand press
heretofore in use in printing the
Jodhnal. It is in excellent order
good as new, for work size of the
Address, Journal Office,
House and lot in Columbus for
sale cheap. Inquire at the Journal
office, or of George Derry.
BAKER On the evening of the 17th,
to Mrs. Platte Baker of Genoa, a daugh
terso reports W. W. Burgess.
CURREN RILEY September 19th,
by Judge J. G. Higgins, Joseph Currcn
and Miss Addle Riley, both of Merrick
BROWNLOW TRUMAN On the
r.0th inst., according to the order of the
society or hnenus, Win. Ji. Jlrownlow
to Jane J., daughter of Geo. S. and Su
san Y. Truman, all of Platte county.
O'DONNELL-Scpt. 22d, of diphthe
ria, a daughter of Andrew O'Donnell,
aged 10 years.
V CONDON Sept. 18th. of diphtheria, a
daughter of Patrick Condon, aged 8
MISTERS-Sept. 16th, of diphtheria,
John Misters, adopted son of Wilbert
Advertisement under this head five
cents a line each insertion.
Fresh fruit at Hill & Lubker's.
Ladies' Linen Suits for $1.00 at
Calico Wrappers at GO cents at
Lard oil for 75 cents per gallon
Oatmeal cakes for dyspeptics
Leave orders for boring wells at
Go to Hill & Lubker's for
A lot of Boots and Shoes, at
cost, at M. Smith's.
Good Comforter Calico for 4
cents at I. Gluck's.
Fresh Oysters, by the can or
dish, at Hudson's.
The largest line of Boots and
Shoes at Galley Bros.
Bakers' pure Coco and Choco
late at George Rieder'a.
Grapes, apples and other fruits
at Marshall Smith's.
A complete suit of clothes for
$3.00 at I. Gluck's Store.
Best extra lard oil 70 cts. a gal
lon at the Bed Front Drag Store.
There is no place to get canned
fruits any cheaper than at Hudson's.
Men's Plow Shoos at Bonesteel
Bros, at G5 cts. per pair.
Ladies' Slippers at Bonesteel
Bros, at 25 cts. per pair.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's
fine shoes, at Greisen Bros.
Have you seen the "Wonderful ?
Come and try it, at Hudson's.
Golden Machine Oil at 40 cents
per gallon at Marshall Smith's.
Teas a specialty at M. n.
O'Brien's grocery on llth street.
California canned fruits, dried
pears and pitied plnms at Hudson's.
Come .and try the White Sew
ing Machine, at Doland's Columbus
Get your spoons and forks re
plated at Arnold's.
T. C. Ryan pays 15 cents pr lb
for gilt edge butter.
Green Apples by the barrel or
peck at George Ricder's.
Will T. Rickley pays cash for
Butter and Eggs and vegetables.
Purc Vermout Maple Syrup
$1.25 per gal. at Geo. Ricder's.
Corned Beef Hash, a nice article
for luncheon or supper at Hudson's.
Go and look at those new goods
just opened out at Smith Ss Fried
hofTs in the Central Block.
I. Gluck's storo is plumb full of
new goods ; don't fail to go and see
Men's Kip two-buckle Plow
Shoes at Bonesteel Bros., for $1.00
A large, new line of Hamburg
Edgings and Insertions at Galley
Fresh Oysters of the best brands
kept constantly on hand at Hud
sou's. Lamps and lamp-fittings at Eed
Front Drag Store, at prices that will
All kinds of Sewing machine
needles, oil aud attachments at Hill
The cheapest line of Men's and
Boys' Clothing in town, is at Gal
Paint your house with Vane
Calvert Ss Co's. paint. Coolidgc
A new large-size hard coal stove
for sale at a bargain. Inquire of II.
Greisen Bro3. are selling the
Reed & Weaver Fine Shoe, the best
in the market.
Come and examine sewing ma
chines at Hill Ss Lubker's, before
Best Conditiou Powder in the
market for sale at 40 cts. per lb. at
Doland's Columbus Drug Store.
Coal Tar for preserving fence
posts, &c, lor sale at Doland's Co
lumbus Drug Store.
Call at Morse & Cain's and in
spect a car-load of wagons and
buggies, just received.
Hay knives, grain scoops, and
goggles for threshers at reduced
prices at Robert Uhlig's.
Just received, one of the finest
stocks of boots aud shoes that ever
came to Columbu3, at Greisen' Bros.
Buy your pump points aud pipe
at the Foundry, cheaper than any
other place in town.
For the choicest of family
groceiie. at the lowest living rates,
call on M. II. O'Brien.
You can find the cheapest and
best Goods in Columbus for the
money at Bonesteel Bros.
I am closing out my Croquet
Setts, four-ball, at 85 cents per sett.
Doland's Columbus Drug Store.
For Moore Ss Son's breech-
loading shot-gun, everything com
plete, call on A. J. Arnold.
Don't fail to sec Bonesteel Bros,
cheap Fine Boots ; they are the best
in Columbus for the money.
Now is your time to buy a beau
tiful bird-cage at greatly reduced
prices; must sell them out this seas
on at Robert Uhlig's.
Croquet Setts and Shelf Paper,
cheaper than any other place in
town, at Doland's Columbus Drug
Remember, you can send your
children to Galley Bros, and get
your goods at the same uniform
Choice Michigan Apples arc
now being received, and will be
sold by the peck or barrel at the
lowest prices, at Hudson's.
Those who are in need of Pure
Peach Brandy will find it at Wm
Bucher's, llth st.
Library, Bronze, Bracket, and in
fact all kinds of Lamps at Doland's
Columbus Drug Store.
Why don't ycu give your house a
new coat of Vane Calvert & Co's
paint? It can be bought of Cool
idgc. Best Lard Oil 75 cts. a gallon,
cash. Machine Oil, 50 cts. a gallon,
cash, at Doland's Columbus Drug
If you want to get one of the
latest improved sewing machines
with all the extras, cheap, go to Hill
Go to S. T. Hill's to get your
watches, clocks and Jewelry repair
ed. Store with C. L. Hill's book
store on Olive street.
We have added to our stock this
season a largo lino of Ladies' Cloaks
and Mantles, which will be Bold at
the lowest prices, at Galley Bros.
The most Dracticable and sensi
ble wire baud cutter iu the market,
we noticed at Robert Uhlig's hard
ware house; if you need a band cut
ter we advise you to go there and
Blank notes, bank, joint, indi
vidual and work-and-labor, neatly
bound in books of 50 and 100, for
sale at the Journal office.
Lanterns, all kinds and sizes.
Come and see them at Doland's Co
lumbus Drug Store.
Neighbor, where did you buy
that paint ? I bought it of Coolidgc,
and it is the best I ever saw. Try
it and you will use no other.
Don't forget that Galley Bros,
are still in the field with one of the
largest line of goods they ever had,
and intend to sell them at low-down
rates for cash.
Will sell the well-known sum
mer oil stove "Economist," at cost
now, in order to close out for this
season. This is a rare chance, only
a few left. Full warrantee given or
no sale, at Robt. Uhlig's stove house.
Good news to people of Platte
and adjoining counties. Great re
duction in Lumber prices at the
yard of Jaeggi Ss Schupbach.
Prices down to bed rock terms
strictly cash. Give them a call.
I have bought and received a
carload of the finest cooking stoves,
which I will sell at great bargains.
Be sure and examine stoves and get
prices; you never will buy cheaper
than now, at Robert Uhlig's Stove
Highest market price paid for
hides, pelts, tallow, poultry and
eggs at Petersen Ss Robinson's.
Needles for all Sewing Machines
and Sewing Machines repaired at
Doland's Columbus Drug Store.
Best stock of Lamps, Burners,
Shades, Cbimiicys.&c, ever brought
to Columbus at Doland's Columbus
We have now received our fall
stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, Furnishing Goods and
Notions, nnd respectfully invite an
inspection of our goods and prices
before buying. Galley Bros.
At the Nebraska House. Call soon
A large amount and complete as
sortment of choice teas will be found
at Lynch Ss Hays's new store.
The best and cheapest place to buy
all varieties of canned goods is at
Friday cveniug in Columbus. The
owner can have it by paying for this
notice. Inquire of F. F. Sauborn.
A Carpenter wishes to exchange
work for a good milch cow; for
further particulars call at Journal
Here iw Where You get Yonr
For sale cheap or trade for cattle,
fifteen good Texas ponies.
All persons owing me will please
call aud settle by Sept. lt, aud saye
costs. All accounts not settled by
that time will be placed iu my at
torney's hands for collection.
M. II.- O'Bkikn.
Charge for advertising notice of
final proof on homesteads reduced
to ?3.00. All those wishing to
make filial proof on homestead will
do well to call on Sa"u'l. C. Smith,
and get the benefit of reduced rates.
Thomas Flynn, Bushel Ss Co. have
clitered into partnership in brick
laying. All kinds of brickwork
done, and prices low down. Satis
faction guaranteed. Orders left to
our address, Columbus post-office,
will receive prompt attention.
Closing: Out! Cloxins: Out!!
N. G. Bonesteel at the old stand
of Bonesteel Bros.' will now close
out the entire stock of Dry Goods,
Soots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Those wishing to buy good goods
cheap will find it to their intcscst to
call on us at once.
At the residence of John Loseke,
seven miles north of Columbus, Sat
urday forenoon, Sept. 20th, two mare
mules. One about eleven years old,
the other about ten. One had on a
leather halter, the other a webb hal
ter. One dark bay and one light
bay. The owner will please prove
property and pay charges.
Choice ICeNldcncc JLoi for Sale.
Choice residence lots for sale in
the southeastern part of Columbus.
From one to forty acres rich, dry
soil and no alkali. Acre lots for
sale at prices from $20 to $G5 per
acre. Inquire of Speice Ss North.
The above property comprises Hig
gins and Spielman's addition to
Caution I-ost Notes.
Three notes, one for $30, given
20th Dec, 78, by Andrew Propotch
ky, due Oct. 20, '79, payable to Peter
Snyder; one for $20, given by Peter
Laughlin, April 1st, '79, and due
Nov. 1st, '79, payable to A. II. Sny
der; and ouc for $10, given March
1st, by Henry II. Redenbaugh, and
due Nov. 1st, '79, payable to A. H.
Snyder. The public are warned
against negotiating for these notes,
a3 payment has been stopped.
488-2 A. H. S.NYDF.R.
Patent Tabe or lrircn Well.
Infringer's of Green's Patent Tube
or Driven Wells are hereby notified
that the patent having been fully
sustained by U. S. Judge Dillon, of
this circuit, and other Federal Court
Judges, all parties using said wells
without license from us will be
prosecuted for royalty and damages.
Royalty on each domestic and farm
well 1 inches in diameter and
under is ten dollars. A discount of
50 per cent, from $10 will be allow
ed to infringers in this countv who
within 20 days from Sept. 10 1879,
send the amount of royalty due from
them to our agent for this county
Charles Schroeder, Columbus, ac
companied by a description and
location of all such tube wells they
may have, be is authorized to issue
licenses covering past and future
use. Ample notice has been given,
and all who neglect to pay within
these 20 days will be liable, without
notice, to suit and injunctions, res
training them from use of such wells.
Wm. D. Andrews Ss Biso.,
234 and 235 Broadway, New York.
Joint Owners and Attorneys for
Advertisements under this head five
cents a line, firU insertion, three cents
a line each subsequent insertion.
John Tannahill is prepared to put
up pickles at 10 centi per gallon, at
Regalar Mtoclc JDcaler.
All kinds of horned stock bought
and sold; also Tat and stock hos.
379-y D. Andkrson.
rVotice To Teacherw.
I will bo in my office at the Court
House on the lirst and last Saturdays of
each month for tho purpose of examin
ing applicants for teacher's certificates,
and for the transaction of any other
business pertaining to schools.
S. L. Bakkbtt,
Notice is hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received by the school
board of District No. 18, Platte county,
Nebr., until Friday, Oct. 3d, 1879, for
the erection of a school-house in said
district. 1'lan and specifications may
be seen at Speice & North's office In
Columbus and at E. J. Snyder's, New
man's Grove. The Board reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
E. J. S.vydek, Director,
D. Hollehan, Treasurer,
W8-3 Cnud IUkkuukd.
rs NOW KKCEIVIXG tiii:
FINEST AND LARGEST
Boots & Shoes,
HATS and CAPS.
HAS EVER BEEN EXHIBITED
SECTION OF COUNTRY.
MARKET IN THE EAST
IIA.n ADVANCED ON A FKVT
Styles of Goods
r n.vvE coxci.uii:n to
WITH A sfll.L
CONTINUE TO SELL
Old Low Prices
EVEN KEDUCINU THE
Prices of Some Goods.
"Small Profits and Quick Sales"
Ha always been my Motto, and 1
shall continue to live up to it.
Call and be Convinced !
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