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OFFICIAL PAPER OF PLATTE COUNTY.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. S, 1879.
Communications, to Insure insertion
in tbc next issue, should be in band on
Mondays; if lengthy, on Thursdays
preceding issue-day. Advertisements,
of whatever class, should be in band by
Advertisements under this head 15
cts. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line
each subscaucnt insertion.
Buggy tops at cost, at Becker's.
Buckboard for sale at Bcchcr &
Fresh oranges and lemons at M.
Presbyterian Synod at Omaha
Go to Becker's, if you want a
Woolen socks 5 cents a pair at
When you want good Tea, call
and see Lamb.
Plunkett's Constellation, 13th,
14th and 15th.
A. & X. grading is completed
to the Cemetery.
The toma-hawk wire-band cut
tor at Coolidge's.
Social at the Presbyterian
Church this evening.
The U. P. is running about
twenty traiiiF a day.
Calico remnants 35 to 40 vards
for $1.00 at Kramer's.
S. O. Raymond is going to feed
about 130 cattle this winter.
Messrs Baker & Gillett have
put up extensive cattle sheds.
Good undershirts and drawers
for 25 cts. each at L. Kramer's.
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. llonahan's.
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
rence's. David Anderson started Sunday
for Chicago with two car loads of
It's funny how they do it, but
thpv do, shave' em sleek atHathbun
Abr. Wilcox suffered a severe
loss by fire Sunday aight, loosing
granary, wheat, etc.
A little daughter of H. J. Nei
sitis's was bit in two places by a
Batbbun & Hunt have opened a
barber shop in the basement of I.
Gluck's new buildiug.
Xcw, chaste, refined, and strict
ly first-class the entertainments by
the Plunkctt Constellation.
The night watchman has twice
Fccurcd a bunch of sponges left out
at one of our drug-stores.
Lamb will pay the highest mar
ket price in cash for butter and eggs.
Second door north ot post-office.
Blackburn of the Omaha Repub
lican was in the city Saturday doing
good work for his excellent paper.
W. S. Gccr, Esq., tells us it is
believed at Fullerton that cement
stone has been found in that locality.
.Rich and luscious watermelons
were in this market Saturday. Only
five cents has been added to former
Complaint comes to us of the
stench ftom boiling bones in the bot
tom, at some one of the slaughter
Wadsworth & Josselyn report
the sale of lots 7 aud 8, block 150,
owned by II. J. Hudson, to John
Don't you forget that Lynch &
Hays, at their new store on Olive
street, have a large assortment of
Corsets at 25 cents, and the cele
brated cork corset can be found
only at L. Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
Mail orders for goods or sam
ples will have my most careful aud
prompt attention. L. Kramer, at the
New York Cheap Cash Store.
What is the matter with the
mails at Genoa? Some of our sub
scribers in Boone county have enter
ed complaint against that office.
M. S. Stevens of Boone county
was in the city Saturday. Ho bro't
a portion of one hundred stock hogs
jTCcently sold to S. O. Raymond.
H. P. Coolidgc offers to put up
H'azen wind-mill near the Engine
Hoaee if the denizens of the neigh
borhood will furnish lumber for a
Ed. Sheehan is making some
improvements at his establishment
on 11th street ; moving tho house a
few feet east, he iuteuds putting a
hall along the entire west side.
The origiual mixed paint is the
Avcrill aud it is the bC6t. It costs
no more to paint with it than with
poor paint. For eale at Doland's
Columbus Drug store at $1.50 per
A good deal of hay between
Richland and Schuyler, put up for
sale west, waB burned last Thursday
and Friday. We have not learned
the extent of loss. Tally two for
We arc informed that there will
be at least 6even hundred head of
cattle fattened this winter in Colum
bus and the immediate vicinity. This
fact ought to make a good market
here for stock hogs.
James Pearsall is putting up a
house for Gus. Schroeder, one door
cast or his present pi&ce, io wuicu
Gus. will move his stock of hard
ware, probably the first of next
week. The new buildiug is 22x60.
900 head of Utah & Wyoming
cattle forded the Loup river here
Sunday on their way to Schuyler.
They belong to Hoy Bros., and are
to be fed near Schuyler, at five centB
m pound forall the meat that is put
The Plunkett's next week.
Money to loan at Becher &
Mens' boots at $1.50 a pair at L.
F. M. Sackett of Albion was in
the city Saturday.
Miss Laura Payuter returned
from Omaha, Monday.
Ilarry Motter has sold the fix
tures of his billiard hall.
Children's Balmoral hose at 5
cents a pair at L. Kramer's.
Charley Huber came down from
Boone couuty last Saturday.
M. Kramer expects to go to
Chicago the last of the week.
Jonas Welch of the Shell Creek
Mills was in the city Monday.
School books at Ed. Fitzpat
rick's, opposite the post-office.
Ilarry Motter returned Mon
day from a visit to Iowa friends.
James Bell and family of David
City were in the city Wednesday.
Ed. Kenn, late of the Kramer
store at North Platte, Is here again.
Mrs. J. E. North, with Nellie
and Frankic, stilted for Cain., last
Coolidge says that Murdock has
the best Plymouth Rock chickens
in the country.
The best stock of boots and
shoes in town at .7. M. Iloiiahan's,
on Olive street.
Pat. and Lary Rossitcr who have
been sick for some time past are
You can buy your groceries
cheaper at Lamb's than at any other
place in Columbus.
Go to Win. Buchcr's, where you
will always find, every day, good
soup for free lunch.
Messrs Towne and Galey of the
A. & N. were in the city about an
hour one day last week.
Messrs Gcrrard & Turner have
received their haj' press. It does
its work most admirably.
To-morrow will probably be
the "big-day" of the Soldiers' Re
union at Warren's Grove.
Lamb pays cash forall the good
butter and eggs that come along.
Second door north of post-office.
A. E. Pinkncv late of this place,
was a delegate from Harlan county,
to the Republican State Convention.
Mrs. H. P. Coolidge returned
Saturdaj' from her trip to Glenwood,
la., after an absence of seven weeks.
If you want a good barb-wire
fence call on Coolidge and get the
Kelly, steel barb-wire, the best in
Go to Kramer's N. Y. Cheap
Cash Store for new fall goods just
received, at prices defying competi
tion. The Kummer Guard were out
again Saturday evening, and show
commendable improvement in the
About thirty of the Kummer
Guards will attend tho Soldiers'
re-union this week at Warren's
J.C.Elliott is selling the Stover
wind-mill, all complete for $75.00.
'Call and get a good mill at Hammond
Notwithstanding the general
dry weather, a new crop of tender
grass, is springing up all over the
Owiug to the direction of the
breeze Sunday the voices of the
Maenncrchor were audible ten
Rev. J. Q. A. Fleharty, left on
Monday to attend the session of the
M. E. annual conference which con
venes at Lincoln to-day.
The foundation of the new Con
gregational church has been laid,
and workmen will speedily push
the superstructure forward.
I buy Croquett setts cheaper
aud sell them cheaper than any
other man iu Columbus. At Do
land's Columbus Drug Store.
M. T. Kinney left on Thursday
last for St. Joe. He becomes Ex
press Messenger on the St. Joe &
Denver road. Success to him.
Rev. D.CThomas goes to Ohio ;
he takes in the conference on his
way; his wife and daughter started
for their new home, yesterday.
Prof. W. M. L. Cook, Surgical
Farrier, Veterinary Surgeon, from
the Philadelphia school, is in town
and purposes to remain with us.
Chns. Schrani, formerly with I.
Glnck lately of Milwaukee, returned
to Columbus Tuesday of last week,
and is now engaged with L. Kramer.
We shall try to find space next
week for the publication of tho
platform adopted by the State Re
publican convention on the 1st inst.
Fred. Schaad, Sen., left the city
Sunday for Switzerland, accompa
nied by Albert and Miss Amelia
Stenger, who visit friends in
S. E. Phillips returned Sunday
from Winona, la., where ho has been
the last two weeks. Mr. Scott Hol
den, hiB half brother, died at Winona
of typhoid fever.
Messrs. Heiken fc Seburg have
opened out a billiard-hall iu .the
splended new room of I. Gluck, cor
ner of 11th and North streets and
call it "The Capitol."
Wagon springs, three sizes for
2500 to 4500 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.
The Independent Democrats of
Columbus Precinct held a meeting
last Satnrday evening to elect dele
gates to the county convention to be
held at Columbus on the 18th. The
meeting was largely attended, and
tho following gentlcmeu were elect
ed delegates to the convention, by
majorities ranging from 27 to 2S:
M. Weaver, Pat. Murray, Phil.
Goodwin, II. Luers, T. Keating,
Geo. Brindlcy,Dan. Clothcr and
Lacy Burns. By the large attend
ance at this primary meeting, it
appears very evident that the Inde
pendent Democrats mean business
at the coming county election.
Patent Tube or lrlveu Well.
The U. S. Circuit Court for Ne
braska having confirmed the Green
patent, infringers in Platte county
are notified to pay our agent Clias.
Schroeder, Columbus, ten dollars
Royalty on each Domestic or Farm
well, and receive a license. Ample
notice has been given, and all who
neglect to pay within ten days will
be liable to suit aud injunctions re
straining them from the use of such
wells without notice.
Wm. D. Axdkkws & Bko.,
234 and 235 Broadway, New York,
Joint Owners and Attys. for Pat
entee. How Are You'.
To our somewhat individual ar
raignment last week, we have re
ceived the following plea, dated
Grant Prairie, Neb., Oct. 3d, '7fl.
Ed. Jouhxal: 1 did write home
to mother, and I can imagine I see
her to-uight reading the long-looked
for tidings from their long-lost (but
lately found) son, but I wish I could
be there for awhile myself. I think
I could save the writing of several
Dear mother, your son is alive,
And oft thinks of parents so dear.
In the future I always shall strive
To write you six letters a year.
fleeting' Republics! ii Central
A special meeting of the commit
tee appointed Sept. 27th, is hereby
called to meet at the Court House,
in Columbus, Saturday, Oct. 11th,
for the purpose of placing in nomi
nation a candidate for County Clerk
in place of Gus. G. Becher, who has
declined. A full attendance is re
quested. John Hammond. Ch'n.
The attention of Rro. Crites is
respectfully directed to the move
ments of the Independent Democrats,
There will probably be enough in
terest in them to satisfy his curiosity.
The regular Democratic ticket
throughout will do well to pay strict
attention to business, and not let
Kavnnaugh, Carew, & Co. get away
with the baggage.
A call signed by 41 prominent
citizens of Columbus reaches us too
late for publication ; a meeting is to
be held at the Court House, Sat
urday, Oct 11th, at 2 P. M. to devise
ways and means to resist, by law,
the collection of royalty for use of
drive wells, in Platte couuty.
Martin Burns has some of the
finest oats grown in this county,
(Spanish Octoroon.) They are mix
ed in color, and from two bushels of
seed harvested 12G bushels. The
seed cost $(! per bushel, and was
originally procured from the State
Board of Agriculture of Illinois.
Samples may be seen at T. C. Ryan's.
Ucury Carrig says that on
Thursday last, about 2 p. m., a stable
on Paul Hoppen's farm, just south
of Mr. Carrig's, caught fire, burning
down, together with its contents,
including three cows, hay,&c. These
belonged to a Polander who is in
charge of the place. Tally one for
In accordance with the wish of
many friends the Rev. R. Christison
will preach "a good-bye" sermon in
German Reformed church (near the
Court-Honse) next Sabbath evening,
at the close ot which he will explain
the circumstances which end his
ministry in Columbus. Service at
Rev. Reed, representing the
Baptist denomination iu Dakotah
and Nebraska, occupied the pulpit
at the Presbyterian church last Sab
bath, his text Ye must be born
again. A marriage ceremony, ex
pected by some of the large congre
gation, did not come off.
Clias. Wake is no longer Mar
shal of a city of the second class, the
legislature having shortened his
career, but the Council have given
him a position as policeman, and
he and John McMahou will hereaf
ter divide the day and night equally
Now we have it! yes we have
it, and saying we have it we say
it without tho fear of contradiction,
we have it! we have it! the best
place in town to get shaved Rath
bun & Hunt's.
Special meeting of Harmony
Chapter No. 13, 0. E. S., at their hall
Friday Evening, October 10th. All
members arc requested to be pres
ent. By order; Jennie C. Brewer,
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
Weekly Weather Report.
The mean temperature of the air
during September, 187G, was G0.
Varablo winds generally prevail
ed; butduriug tho last five days of
the month there were fresh souther
ly winds, which gave to the air a
mean temperature of GS.
During the month there were
eight days with dew, six frosts, aud
one with fog. On the average two
fifths of the sky's surface were cov
ered with clouds. Thero were two
days with thunder aud lightning,
and five days with rain.
The rainfall amounted to .S7 of
an inch at Columbus.
During the week ending 8 p. m.
Oct. 5th, the mean temperature of
the air was 07. At noon Wednes
day the thermometer indicated S7,
which was the highest observed
Southerly winds prevailed.
A rain storm occurred Monday,
when .30 of an inch of water fell at
B. F. Hoyt, Observer.
The following is a review o
weather at Genoa, for the mon
Mean temperature of the mo. di'g.
Mean do of smme mon., last year..
Highest do on the 27th, de;V
Lowest do on the loth, (leg's . .
Ordinarily clear days
Very cloudy days
High winds. days
Number of days on which rain fell
Inches of rain
Amt. of rain same month lat vear
Frost Cth, Sth, 13th, 20th and 2-ltb.
Ice, 20th and 21th.
Solar Halo. 12th, ISth, 21st and
Lunar Halos. 27th.
Fogs, 20th. 27th and 29th.
Mirage, Gth and "th.
Hazy, 3d, 10th, 2lst, 2.-th, 20th,
Thunder and lightning, 11th and
Grasshoppers fly S.E., 1st, 2d ,7th.
swauows leave me igui.
Cranes ilv south l!)th.
Geese " " 23d.
The following is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining in the post-office, in
Columbus, for the week ending Oct.
Aylsworth Ida Masters .John
IJradburyMisiElizaManmaring S II
Drown L. .1. Middelton C A
Dunning John Dcish G 11
Collins John Strain Mrs "Will
Geister Fritz Stearns M W
Homes W II Thompson David
Hedland Ana C Vunderwarker 11
Jack 31. P. Vansant W D
Kinnison A C Watters I M
McEntee Chas Williams II M
If not called for in 30 days will be sent
to the dead-lctter oflice, Washington, 1).
C. When called for please say "adver
tised," as these letters arc kept separate.
E. A. Gkkkakd, I. M.
Curd of Thank.
Lost Cheek, Oct, 1. 79.
Editor Journal : I wish to re
turn my sincere thanks to the busi
ness men of Columbus and others
for their prompt assistance rendered
me on the loss of property by fire,
Sept, 14th, and especially to Mr. E.
Hoar who presented tho contribu
tions amounting to .f.52.25,which did
me more good than a thousand dol
lars under ordinary circumstances.
Hoping I may ever conduct myself
so as to retain your friendship,
IVotice to the I'uhlie.
1 hold tho patent right for the
drive wells in the following des
cribed Co's Platte, Nance Butler and
Polk. Whatever royalty is to be
paid I shall insist on their being
paid to inc.
Mary E. Becher.
I'rcsn Tor Sale.
Having purchased a cylinder
press, we will self the hand press
heretofore in use in printing the
Journal. It is iu excellent order
good as new, for work size of the
Address, Journal Office,
To Taxpayers & Voters.
I announce myself as a candidate
for Co. Treasurer, at the ensuing
election, and solict the support of
the voters of Platte Co.
You honest person that picked up
$10 last Thursday iu Columbus will
be liberally rewarded by leaving it
at this oflice.
One experienced dry goods and
clothing salesman. Address or call
on L. Kramer.
5000 Bush. New Ear Corn deliv
ered at Columbus.
E. J. Baker.
FROM McKELLOPS Oct. 1th, by
Judge J. G Higgius. David From and
Miss Rosanua McKellops, both of Dutler
SANDERS STEVENS-Oct. 1th, by
Rev. J. Q. A. Fleharty, at the residence
of the bride's father, Wm. Steveus, no
ratio B. Sanders and Miss Ida D. Ste
vens. Fifty guests were present.
WURDE MAN Tuesday, Oct. 7th, 5
a. m., of diptheria, Eva, eldest daughter
of John Wurdeman, aged 9 years. She
was sick but three day.. The family
have the sympathy of the c ntirc
community in their recent afflictions.
Advertisements under this head five
cents a lino each insertion.
Fresh fruit at Hill & Lubkcr's.
Men's boots $1 50 a pair at Kra
mer's. Hurrah for the Revolution Dry
Lard oil for 75 cents per gallon
Oatmeal cakes for dyspeptics
Leave orders for boring wells at
Go to Hill & Lubker's for
Fine Black Cashmere on 40 cts
a yard at Kramer's.
Morrissey & Klock are selling
millinery cheaper than any other
house in town.
A car-load of green apples at J.
A lot of Boots and Shoes, at
cost, at M. Smith's.
Fresh Oysters, by the can or
dish, at Hudson's.
The largest line of Boots and
Shoes at Galley Bros.
Bakers' pure Coco aud Choco
late at George Rieder's.
--Grapes, apples and other fruit3
at Marshall Smith's.
Everybody rushes to I Gluck's
Revolution Store for Bargains.
' Ladies' Slippers at Bonesleel
Bios, at 25 cts. per pair.
It pays to trade at Kramer's
New York Cheap Cash Store.
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 -10 cents
per gallon at Marshall Smith's.
Teas a specialty at M. II.
O'Brien's grocery on 11th street.
You can get a good felt shirt
for 50cts at the Revolution Store.
Best extra lard oil 70 cts. a gal
lon at the Red Front Drug Store.
There is no place to get canned
fruits any cheaper than at Hudson's.
Gents' undershirts at 25 cents at
Smith & FriedhofTs in Central Block.
California canned fruits, dried
pears aud pitted plums at Hudson's.
All colors, shades and qualities
of Cashmeres and Mcrinocs at Kra
mer's. All-woolen colored Yarn for
oOcts. at the Revolution Dry goods
Come and try the White Sew
ing Machine at Doland's Columbus
The cheapest tailoring overdone
in the city, at McKcan's, and a good
New figured Dress goods 12V,
cents a yard at Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
Try J. B. Delsman & Co's Lily
Baking Powder and Roasted coflee
their own brands.
3S0. Acres of choice wheat land
to rent. Enquire at my oflice.
George G. Bowman.
Waterproof, l yards wide, at
50 cents per yard at Smith fc Fried
hofTs in Central Block.
You can find the cheapest and
best Goods iu Columbus for the
money at Bonesleel Bros.
Don't fail to call at McKcan's
new tailor shop on Olive street, and
see what he can do for you.
Highest market price paid for
hides, pelts, tallow, poultry and
eggs at Petersen & Robinson's.
Needles for all Sewing Machines
and Sewing Machines repaired at
Doland's Columbus Drug Store.
Ladies, if you want the latest
styles in trimmed and untrimmed
hats, call on Morrissey & Klock.
I am closing out my Croquet
Setts, four-ball, at 85 cents per sett.
Doland's Columbus Drug Store.
Don't miss the opportunity of
getting one of those heavv woolen
winter Suits for .$3.50 at the Revolu
tion Store, before they are all gone.
Don't fail to sec Bouestcel 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 Uhliji's.
Croquet Setts and Shelf Paper,
cheaper than any other place in
town, at Doland's Columbus Drug
If you want a good suit of
clothes cheaper than you can make
them yourself call on Morrissey &
Remember, you can send your
children to Galley Bros, and get
your goods at the same uniform
There is no excuse for anybody
freezing this winter when tho Rev
olution Store is selling heavy win
ter coats for .$1.75.
Choice Michigan Apples are
now being received, and will be
sold by the peck or barrel at the
lowest prices, at Hudson's.
Library, Bronze, Bracket, and in
fact all kinds of Lamps at Doland's
Columbus Drug Store.
A fair Under shirt at I. Gluck's
for 25 cts. ; a good Under shirt at I.
Gluck's for 35 cts.; a daisy Under
shirt at I. Gluck's for 50 cts.
Why don't yen give your house a
new coat of Vane Calvert & Co's
paint? It can be bought of Cool
idge. Best Lard Oil 75 cts. a gallon,
cash. Machine Oil, 50 cts. a gallon,
cash, at Doland's Columbus Drug
I. Gluck of the Revolution
Store is the poor man's friend and
the old stand-by of the farmer,
so don't fail to see him before you
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.
Morrissey & Klock keep tho
better and nicer styles in ready
made clothing than any other house
in towu, and make the lowest prices.
We have added to our stock this
season a large line of Ladies' Cloaks
and Mantles, which will be sold at
the lowest prices, at Galley Bros.
Tho best quality, the largest
stock and the lowest prices for all
goods can always be had at Kra
mer's New York Cheap Cash Store.
The most practicable and sensi
ble wire baud cutter in 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
L.Kramer has branch stores at
Crete and North Platte, does the
largest business in these places as
well as here buys, his goods of first
hands in large quantities and takes
the lowest living profit on all-goodaJ
lllill UC PCilP
Be economical and buy your
goods of Kramer.
Get your spoons and forks re
plated at Arnold's.
T. C. Ryan pays 15 cents pr fr
for gilt edge butter.
Green Apples by tho barrel or
peck at George Rieder's.
5.11-wool socks for 20cts. at I.
Gluck's Revolution Store.
Will T. Rickley pays cash for
Butter and Eggs and vegetables.
Pure Vermont Maple Syrup
at Geo. Rieder's.
A good Chinchilla overcoat for
$3.75 at I. Gluck's Revolution Store.
Corned Beef Hash, a nice article
for luncheon or supper at Hudson's.
Cloak9, Circulars and Dolmans,
the newest styles very cheap at Kra
mer's. Go and look at those new goods
just opened out at Smith & Fried
hofTs in the Central Block.
Men's Kip two-buckle Plow
Shoes at Boncsteel 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 Bed
Front Drug 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 fc Co's. paint. Coolidge
A new large-size hard coal stove
for sale at a bargain. Inquire of H.
Greisen Bros, are selling the
Reed & Weaver Fine Shoes, the best
in the market.
Come and examine sewiug ma
chines at Hill Ss Lubker's, before
Heavy Sheeting, a full yard wide
at GO cents per yard, at Smith &
FricdholTs in Central Block.
Best Condition Powder in the
market for sale at -10 cts. per lb. at
Doland's Columbus Drug Store.
Coal Tar for preserving fence
posts, &c, for 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 knivc3, grain scoops, aud
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 Columbus, at Greisen'Bros.
Buv vour mi run nointsand nine
at the Foundry, cheaper than any
other place in town.
For the choicest of family
groceries, at the lowest living rates,
call on M. H. O'Brien.
Best stock of Lamps, Burners,
Shades, Chimneys, &c, ever brought
to Columbus, at Doland's Columbus
Blank notes, bank, joint, indi
vidual and work-and-labor, neatly
bound in books of 50 and 100, for
sale at the Journal oflice.
Day laborers, farmers and me
chanics, doctors, lawyers and ban
kers, would-be county clerks, treas
urers and sheriffs, they all go to the
Revolution Store for their clothing.
Lanterns, all kinds and sizes.
Come and see them at Doland's Co
lumbus Drug Store.
Ladies' trimmed hats newest
styles at lower prices than you can
find them elsewhere can be had at
Kramer's N. Y. Cheap Cash Store.
Don't forget that Galley Bros,
arc 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.
Query. Why is I. Gluck of Rev
olutionary fame the savior of all
mankind? Because he saves every
man and woman who trades with
him, from 10 to 15 per cent, on an
Will sell the well-known sum
mer oil stove "Economist," at cost
now, iu 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 Jacggi & Schupbach.
Prices down to bed rock terms
strictly cash. Give them a call.
Ladies, drop into the Revolution
store, aud take a look at that 50 cts
water-proof, which is going off like
hot cakes ; secure a few yards of it,
and be happy.
I have bought and received a
car load 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
We have now received our fall
stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
and" Shoes, Furnishing Goods and
Notions, and respectfully invite an
inspection of our goods and prices
before buying. Galley Bros.
I. Gluck, of the Revolution
Store, asks nobody to buy of him,
unless he can satisfy them that he
does better with them than any
other dry goods house, without any
We keep a large and well se
lected stock of Dry Goods, Gents
furnishing goods, and notions, and
will sell as low as the lowest. Call
and be convinced at Smith & Fried
hofTs Central Block.
Just as rapidly as they push the
buildinjr on the A. & 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.
Don't be allured by other dry
goods houses who offer you several
small articles at Ies3 than cost, and
then charge you for another article
twice or three times its real value,
but go to I. Gluck, who will sell you
good honest goods at cheaper prices
than anybody else in town.
Tho best stock of Clothing at
prices defying competition at Kra
mer's New York Cheap Cash Store.
Neighbor, where did you buy
that paint? I bought it of Coolidge,
aud it is the best I ever &aw. Try
it and you will use no other.
Herman Ochlrich & Bro. have a
large stock of dried peaches on hand,
which they are selling cheap.
A largo amount and complete as
sortment of choice teas will be found
at Lynch & Hays's new store.
House and lot in Columbus for
sale cheap. Inquire at the Jouf.:"al
office, or of George Derry.
The best and cheapest place to buy
all varieties of canned goods is at
A Carpenter wishes to exchange
work for a good milch cow; for
further particulars call at Jouuxal
Here is Where Yon ;cot Your
For sale cheap or trade for cattle,
fifteen good Texas ponies.
John llemplemau has moved into
his own building opposite the Liu
dell House on 11th street, where he
will sell groceries cheaper thau ever.
Go and sec him.
Honey to Loan.
On Platte County farms at low
est rates and most favorable terms.
Parties desiring to negotiate loans
please address for terms and infor
mation, B. Lombard, Jr.,
All persons owing me will please
call aud settle by Sept. 1st, and saye
costs. All accounts not settled by
that time will be placed in my at
torney's hands for collection.
M. 11. O'Brien.
Charge for advertising notice of
final proof on homesteads reduced
to $3.00. All those wishing to
make final proof on homestead will
do well to call on Sam'l. C. Smith,
aud get the benefit of reduced rates.
Those who gave me their notes
for timber last fall will take notice
that I retain possession of the same,
aud will receive the pay, when due.
I prefer that settlement should be
made at my residence.
3t. IIenry Leuchb.
Thomas Flynn, Bushel & Co. have
entered into partnership in brick
laying. All kiuds of brickwork
done, and prices low down. Satis
faction guaranteed. Orders left to
our address, Columbus post-office,
will receive prompt attention.
C'loKinpr Out! Clo!ngr Out!!
N. G. Boncsteel at the old stand
of Boncsteel Bros.' will now close
out the entire stock of Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Those wishing to buy good goods
cheap will find it to their intcscst to
call on us at once.
55-X BONESTEEL BROS.
Stop n. I,ittle.
If you are troubled with dandruff,
and your hair is falling out, go and
see 4Fatty"Woods,at the well-known
Chicago Barber Shop, and get some
of his Athenian Hair Tonic, a most
perfect hair drcssingandlrestorative.
A few applications of it will remove
dandruff, the uncleanly disorder of
the scalp, and will also prevent the
hair falling out. It contains no
lead, sulphur or any other poison
ous ingredients a3 is so often used
in other preparations. It is elegant
ly perfumed, and renders the" hair
soft, pliant, and glossy. Manufac
tured and sold by Henry Woods,
proprietor of the Chicago Barber
Shop, Columbus, Nebraska.
Advertisements under this head five
cents a line, fir it insertion, three cents
a line each subsequent insertion.
John Tannahill is prepared to put
up pickles at 10 cents per gallon, at
Kegular Stock lcalcr.
All kinds of horned stock bought
and sold; also fat and fctockhogs.
D79-y D. Anderson.
IVotice To TcachcrH.
I will be in my office at the Court
House on the first and last Saturdays of
each month for the purpose of examin
ing applicants for teacher's certificates,
and for the transaction of any other
business pertaining to schools.
S. L. Barrett,
Miller's Mercantile College.
Arransements are made with the
editor of thin paper by which students
can enter Miller's Great Mercantile Col
lege. Keokuk, la., at about half price.
This college is bringing a practical edu
cation within the reach of thousands of
young men who cannot afford to attend
the high-priced colleges. Tuition in
English branches is only $10 a year.
" . m.
Our quotations of tho markets are ob
tained Tuesday afternoon, and are correct
and reliable at the time.
Wheat No. 1, tcstCO lbs.... 80
" " 2, 56 " 73
" " 3, " W " C5
" Rejected 61
Old Corn, 75
Flour, $2232 75
Meal, ... 1 00i 25
Fat Hogs, 20C250
Fat Cattle 2 50300
Yearlings,' 12 00 15 00
Calves 4 00600
Good veal, per hundred, 4 00
Hides, greeu salted 4 4 5C
Corned Beef - 67
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IS XOWRKCKIVIXO Tin:
FINEST AND LARGEST
Boots & Shoes,
HATS and CAPS.
HAS EVER BEEN EXHIBITED
SECTION OP COMTBY.
MARKET IN THE EAST
HAS ADVANCED OX A KKW
Styles of Goods
I HAVE CONCLUDED TO
WITH A STILL
CONTINUE TO SELL
Old Low Prices
EVEN REDUCING THE
Prices of Some Goods.
"Small Profits and Quick Sales"
Has alwayi been ray Motto, and I
shall continue to live up to it.
Call and be Convinced !
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