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OFFICIAL PAPER OF PLATTE COUNTY.
WICDXBSDAY, 2COV. 3, 1ST0.
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Aim4y.; if leneUir, on Thursdays
proedin; iM-day. Advertisement!.,
f wte-r ela.. should he in baud ly
Advi-rtii-eHM-wts UHticr this head 13
et. h lilt t inf rtin. 10 et. a line
track sl5nint inscrtioH.
Itoggy lIs 8t c0?, at decker's.
A. & X. railroad news is quiet.
BhmkIo overcoats arc coining in
"Woolon socks 5 contsn pairnt
More & Oain lost a horse by
Lorotraw Clark's little dntighlor,
IS, is ooHVidcscenl.
Wmim fret. d good underwear
are conducive to health.
Homy Clayborn of Lost 0ek
was hi the city Saturday.
Mr. Lack wood of Xnnec county
we in the rity yeeterdny.
OWitdrcfc's RhIiiiomI hose nt 5
Rents imirnt L. Kramer's.
Fancy box iMtK?r 15 et?. at Dn
lanrt's CowImi DniK Store.
Politician were Mil ring Hrownd
lively Saturday mid Monday.
School hooks at IM. Kilapal
riek, njOMle the por.i-ofhe.
.Good undershirt and drawers
far 2f cl. enh at L. Kramer's.
Dr. Longshore reports all ihe
caws in her ehnrge as iiiroviHfr.
Mr. .1..!. Sltitteiy is selling Ihe
old prison work, "Andersonville."
For a fir?t-chi-s and ncat-nttm
(hoot or shfe, go ht .1. M. IIoiinhHii's.
At Iamb's new store you will
HiHd goods at bottom price? for cash.
Carjieiiler Edmunds is creeling
a new shop on M street below lllh.
Pat. Murray shipped :t car loail
if potntat's to North lMtiJIc last
Mr. T. P. Conn started on a
iviit to hi home at Henry, HI., last
D. A. Lord, returned from the
oust last week with 1000 head of
The cold weather of the msi
weak freae cMnf e, and other veg
oialtles. Win. Coffin, of Genoa, lias re
ceived aa appointment at Santco
fc. Iwar of peveral concrete
bouses to he put tip in and near the
city next season .
Yen can buy yofcr groceries ; CU(MV -j, Storc
cheaper at Lamb s than at any otaer
jilno in CoIiwijWh.
Go to Ww. Bucket's, where you
will always find, every day, good
up for free lunch.
Palmer's Perfume in bulk, the
Ink in the World, at Doland's Co
Jmidwis Drag St we.
Preaching every Sabbuth at the
3.1. K. Church, nl 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.
until otherwise ordered.
Mens' boots at $1.50 a pair at L.
Charley Landers of Central City
is in the city.
When you want good -Ten, call
and see Lamb.
The loma-hawk wire-band cut
ter at Coolidgc's.
The threshers are about
through with their harvest.
Sam. Irwin's black marc beat
Olta Baker's '-Pet" last Friday.
Lute North says he got badly
scooped in a horse race Saturday.
Black Cnshmcrc at 40 cents at L.
Kramer's New York Cheap Cash
Just received a car lond of
choice Michigan Apples at II. Ochl
rich & Bro.
Fred. Seiiburg a child, who has
been dangerously ill with pneumonia
The best Mock of boots and
shoes in town at J. M. Houahan's,
on Olive street.
Try the "Little Fred" f cent
cijrars, the boss at Poland's Colum
bus Pmg Store.
Lute North and Charley Mor?e
were branding cattle on ihe Island
the iirsl of the week.
M. IS. Stevens of Boom: count)-,
was in the city one day last week,
hnle and rheerful as ever.
Cain Bros, received pay in full
for 30 tons of hay burned at their
ranch lately as insurance.
Dr. K. L. Siggius inform: us
that there 1ms been no epidemic dip
theria prevailing in this city.
Lninb will pay the highest m ir
kel price in cash for butter and eggs.
Second door north of post-ollice."
Andrew McKclvy, who works
for Pan. Faucellc, is slightly ill. V.rc
hope Mac will soon be well again.
Geo. Galley's team ran away
Sunday and upset the wagon and
persons in it. There wa no damage
wGeo. S. Truman, of Genoa, was
in the city Saturday, and reports the
railroad as being nearly graded to
Al. Stinger met with an acci
dent Sunday while riding on horse
back, spraining his ankle and bruis
ing his leg.
There will he a sociable held at
the school-house Diet. '., in this
city, Friday evening next. Every
A ladies' tea parly and oyster
supper was given lnt night and one
will be given to-night at the Pres
Cor-ets ::t 2.r cents, and the cele
brated rork corset can be found
oiilv at L. Kramer's New York
Hon. Guy C. Barnum. Jr., who
lias been at Chicago for the past
four months, arrived in our citv Sat
urday, en route to his home at York.
Mr. W. A. Ilniitia, mother of
S. A. llannii of this city, arrived
Friday, on ti viit to him.
Swargarl, landlord of one of the
holds at Jaekenu, accidentally shot
himtelf in the hand Friday.
Lamb paysca-h foridl the good
Imltor and eggs that come along.
Second door north of post-oflicc.
The military ball Friday eve.
was oci!ly a line allair, and from
aU we learn, a success every way.
Win. McDonald and family of
Wisconsin have located in our city.
1'hey are relatives of .In. McDonald.
We aw John Wurdeinan in
town Saturday, the Iirsl time since I
he hod his hand cut oil by a mower.
If yoH want a good Uarb-wirc
fowee call on Coolidgc and get the
KoWy, oH Ikarb-wire, the let in
Go Jo Kramer's N. Y. .Cheap
Gush Store for new fall goods just
received, at prices defying competi
tion. Another runaway occurred Snt
nwlttv ni-fht after dark. We did not
Jeorn the name of the owner of the t
The little daughter, of Jacob
Shotwcll, of this city, Nottie. 1ms
ooen very low with pneumonia hut
is now Improving.
Father Ilyan went to North
Platte last week to see Kev. Win.
Byrne, of that place, who was very
iW, but now improving.
Walter Phillips is having a new
lMtsiuess house erected on 13th St.,
west of Central Block, and expects
to occupy it in two weeks.
Dr. Litham. brother-in-law of
A. ,M. Post, who has been here for
Ule pa . week, enjoxing himself
lnMtijf. lefi lMday for his home
TImj resWnee of John Houtson
mog tatHr moved from its former
luiliow ow Q ?tre, to the corner of
(It mhI IStk, rh1 a nuat addition
hm to It.
At a mailer of news the Jot'it
mxi. i4Mt kH the people know that
llr Jjcmcrl came out again last
Hk on a lMlt-hcll. People must
j.e Hh- news.
--Waieoii hpriiigs, three sisws for
iiOO to 4600 pound loads, for sale at
Becker's. Thoy save a wagon, thore
it m igfc ItolifHty to breakage in rough
fyl&vet and lhaic is mote comfort
h tiding on i lie lond.
Mr. Frank Euton. one of (he
new-comers from Pennsylvania, has
0Hed up a new boarding house in
the Pierce building on Nebraska
The parade of the Kuinmer
Guard', Friday afternoon, looked
fine, and the music of the fife and
drum and Cornet Band sounded like
Mr. II. T. Conn and her two
children, who have been sick for the
pa-t two weeks with diphtheria, arc
doiiijr nicely under the treatment of
We are told that there are cer
tain places in this city where gamb
ling is carried on. This matter sho'd
be investigated, and the criminal
L. Cockburn on Monday set a
trap in his store of Spencc's inven
tion, and the first Ihing he caught in
it was a cat of the eacl color, of the
Madame Demorcst's reliable
patterns are conceded to be Ihe very
best. Go to Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store and look at the
catalogue and buya pattern.
lion. T. C. Byan returned from
Colorado lat week. He expresses
himself highly pleased with the city
of Denver and the wonderful rich
ness of the mines of the state.
S. M. Barker lately returned
from Michigan with a choice lot of
sheep. People hereabouts are no
longer in doubt as Jo Ihe fitness of
Nebraska for sheep husbandry.
Gap!. John Hammond of this
city wa honored by the G. A. II. of
Nebraska in receiving the appdnt-
t inent as one of the escorts of Gen.
J Urant and party across the State.
See Cockburn "s advertisement.
He lias good goods, and means just
what lie snys as to price, groceries
&c. at cost; boots, shoes, hats and
caps below cost. Give him a call.
Charley Bicklcy came down from
the west Sunday night. He has been
engaged in mining, railroading, and
capturing wild horse-. lie looks as
natural a ever, and will remain but
a short time.
Mr. J. N.Taylor returned last
Wednesday from a week's visit in
Illinois, lie reports that limes in
that section of the country arc im
proving, and that business confi
dence generally exists.
John W. Hall, of Appanoose
Sickness in the neighborhood is
M. T. Kinney was in the city
Tuesday was a splendid day for
holding an election.
L. M. Cook is again at work in
his blacksmith shop.
We met John Bixby, of Genoa,
on the street, Saturday.
Ed. Graham, of Humphrey pre
cinct, was in the city Monday.
The new building for the Jouk
xal ofiice is nearing completion.
Miss Marianna Burgess, typo at
the Era ofiice, visited Genoa Sun
day. Win Ernst, whose serious sick
ness wjas reported last week, is im
llev. II. Christison and family
left the city je'tcrday for their new
home at North Bend, Wisconsin.
S. C. Longshore and A.N. Bur
gess went hunting for geese last
week but returned minus the geese.
"Dick" llositer is now perman
ently located at Gould Cily, and
will buy wheal for the North Broth
ers. Election day in Columbus Pre
cinct appears to dcvelope a large
amount, of activity and industry
among its citizens.
The new Congregational chaich
is now ready for the plasterers. If
the weather continues good, it will
soon be completed.
Tlie new brick business building
of Weber & Ivuubel on lllh st. will
soon be opened for business. 11
presents a handsome appearance.
There was a social party given
at thn residence of Albert Smith of
this city on Monday evening, by his
brother II. P. Smith. It is said to
have been a joyous allair.
In some of our exchanges we
have seen accounts of a display of
motors to be soeu yesterday. The
only ones we saw were the sover
eigns shooting to the polls, all day
The car of the hunters from
Massachiissetts was manufactured
especially for excursionists, and is
attracting the attention of all the
passers-by,, where it now stands in
G. B. Bailey says that twenty
five years observation of western
weather leads him to believe that a
cold 'spell'' always precedes Indian
Summer. He predicts our cold
"spell"' about over.
The provident farmer has all his
corn gathered, and his machinery
under roof; shelter for hi.- slock in
good fchapc; his fuel room handy for
the ladies of the hou-ehold ; win
dows and doois neatly fitted ; good,
woolen underwear provided for all
members of the family, and last, but
not lea-.t, plenty of good literature
on the center-table.
county, Iowa, was in the city last
week with a lot of horses, and re
ported a dull market. The best
time for the horse market at this
point is in the spring when farming
season opens, and new settlers
must purchase teams.
The Dcmrcral need not concern
itstlf about the standing of the Joun
xai. with the business men of the
city. We have nothing to complain
ot in that regard, and arc not aware
of any reason why the Democrat
should be anxiously concerned about
our welfare. We desire 10 see all
our cotemporaries on a good bais,
publishing newsy, interesting, clean
and truthful papers, and Ibis they
will be and do, if they emulate the
example of tiie Joimsxai., $2 a year.
The new ofiice of Dr. Iioncstcel,
on Neb. avc., will undoubtedly ex
cell any ofiice of the kind in the
state. It is roomy, very tastily ar
ranged with elegant carpels, beau
tiful book and show cuu's, commo
dious tables, easy chair?, lounges,
pictures, an exquisit engraving of
"Ilemnrandt's dissecting I!ooin,"and
in-tny other comforts and conven
iences. We can say that Ihe Dr.
fills this olliee very gracefully, and
welcome? all visitors whether sick
Mr. P. S. Ilichards of the firm
of North, Turner, & Co., arrived in
the the city from their ranch on
the head waters of the Dismal riv
er, Monday. Mr. II. says that there
was quite a snow storm at that place
last week ; that their stock is in
good condition ; and. that depreda
tions were lately committed by In
dians; a small squad of Sioux were
camped on Snake river and stole
three horses of a mail carrier, and
left him to foot it about 30 miles to a
Hon. D. C. Loveland, and II. J.
Hudson visited Genoa Monday.
They found Hie people there in a
high state of excitement, arising
from articles appearing in a late
issue of the Nance county Journal,
referring to ihe county scat contest,
purporting to eminate from the po
of '-Antelope Dick."- We further
learn, incidentally, thai paper were
served lor tlie arrest of D. A. Wil
h;rd, and. Mr. Couzcr, for the alleged
attempt to procure illegal votes for
Hie county seat.
Mrs. Sarah Snell has failed sev
eral tiipes, as reported at this ofiice,
to receive her Journal at the post
oflice. Since the complaint we have
been very careful to sec that her
paper finds its way to the city mail,
but she reports it missing again last
week. We know, this time, that
the fault is not with' the Joukxal
ofiice. Mr. Norvell has a similar
complaint with the addition that nil
entire article was clipped from his
last Journal. Ifwc know it, we
never send mutilated papers to subscribers.
Mail orders for goods or sam
ples will have my most careful and
prompt attention. L. Kramer, at the
New York Cheap Cash Storc.
John Ilammond, one of the es
corts of General Grant across Ne
braska, returned from Omaha Sun
day, and says that the General's re
ception at that place, was a grand
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 storc at $1.50 per
A party of hunters from Boston,
Mass., on a special equipped rail
road car of their own, stopped at
Columbus, Friday night, and A. J.
Arnold, and Dr. Laytin of Iowa,
escorted them on their first hunt.
School began Monday last nt the
country school-house in district No.
Y.). The teacher, wuosc name we
have not learned, has made a very
good impres-ion on his pupils. The
school starts with an enrollment of
Tohn Nile?, the Lost creek fight
er, and Frank Winsor, better known
as "Doc" Winsor, endeavored to
settle a dispute last Sunday by the
uc of their muscle. The result was
one knock-down, and a mashed
nose for Niles.
II. 11. Henry was at the Grant
reception here Saturday, in his uni
form, as Lieutenant of the Kuin
mer Guards, and was talking with
an acquaintance. After stepping
away, a stranger came up and asked,
Is that General Grant?
Dr. Lamb, who located recently
in this cily, is now traveling in Kan
sas for a music store in ihe east. He
has been engaged in that business
before, and prefers it to the practice
of medicine. His wife will remain
here till after Ihe holidays.
J. C. Elliott is erecting a force
pump for supplying water to the
kitchen and bath-room in the new
building of J. C. Morrissoy, which
is being furnished in grand style,
with every improvement to render
it convenient and comfortable.
New residences and business
houses arc going up in all parts of
the city notwithstanding the U. P's.
endeavor to corral our city and cut
o"ff our trade. Columbus still lives,
and her citizens have great confi
dence In her future prosperity.
Gus. Hellborn, merchant tailor,
having just finished a large number
of military suits for the Kummer
Guards, is now prepared to. furnish
cheap winter suits of good material,
put up by the very best of workmen.
Shop opposite the Clolher House.
Grant In Columbus.
On Saturday, about 9 o'clock a. ni.,
a large crowd assembled at the de
pot, to see General Grant and party
on their way to the east. The Gcu.
was escorted Ijy Governor Nance,
Secretary Alexander, General Mau
derson. and other prominent citizens
of the State, also by a special com
mittee of the G. A. It. of Nebraska.
It was a special train beautifully
decorated, and glided slowly past
the platform the car of the distin
guished general stopping JMfrpnt of
the Kummer Guards, whileTO band
dispensed rare music. Gov. Nance
first appeared, and after a neat in
troduction by Capt. Ilammond, Jic
was loudly cheered. Next canie
General Grant, and after being in
troduced by Mr. Hammond, and
loudly applauded he made a neat
speech which in substance was as
"Ladies and. Gentlemen of Colum-
bns: 1 am very glad to sec you, and
would like to stop an hour or two
with you, but arrangements have
been made for me to be at Omaha,
at 2 o'clock, and I can not stop. I
wish you all good health. I expect
to travel over this road often and
see you again, for I i now a sov
ereign citizen, and can go where I
please, and when I please."
At the meeting of the llepubli
can Precinct Caucus on Saturday
Nov. 1st, 1S7!), D. C. Loveland was
chosen chairman, and W. W. Bur
gess secretary, after which the fol
lowing ticket was nominated : For
assessor, A. H. Gibson; road super
visor, Dist. No. 1, John Lockncr;
Dist. No. 11. Wm. lloutson ; justices
of the peace, G. B. Bailey, Byron
Millett; constables, John Hubcr,
John Lawson ; judges of election,
T1... Ml l ! II -tir .1 . .
.iui in laniianiii, jiuniy ivooos;
clerks of election, A. N. Burgess,
V. T. Price. On motion, M. K. Tur
ner and John Hammond were ap
pointed precinct central committee.
The following is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining In the post-ollice, in
Columbus, for the week ending 'ov.
IJelamy John Mayers 3Iiss Sarah
Bradcn Wm McXctt S A
Crandall O W Hilar John
Clark Willie 2 Mareham Chas E
Dillmorc 3IIss DasyOhny 31 V
Green E B Kiley V 11
Griffin AVm Itoblnson John
JlaMcad Joseph Keed Mrs J II
Smith II C
Thompson Jennie 1
Taylor J G
Best Syrup and Tea in town at
Wooden Pumps at cost at A. W.
Latest stvles of millinery at
Smith & Drake's.
Heavy grey blankets for $1 a
pair at L. Kramer's.
Fresh sweet cider constantly on
hand at Hudson's.
Fine Black Cashmere on JO cts
'A yard at Kramer's.
WiilT. Kickly sells nbuo but
the freshest Butter and Eggs.
Tin ware sold by the set cheap
er than ever at Ilobert Uhlig's.
Unona, a new and choice per
fume at Stillman's Drug Storc.
Hcllborn's is the place to go for
good work, good fit and good goods.
Remember Tin ware of all
kinds sell cheap at Ilobert IThlig's.
Halz& Rcgatz, Grocers, on 11th
street, will not be undersold by
Go to Wm. Fimers and sec the
large stock of new goods cheaper
Politeness and a clean towel for
everybody at "Billy" Ilalhbun's
Morrissoy & Klock are selling
millinery cheaper than any other
house in town.
Conic and try the White Sew
ing Machine at Doland's Columbus
ffmT. McKcan Tailor, Olive
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.
Be economical and buy your
goods of Kramer.
Get your spoons and forks rc
platcd at Arnold's.
New prepared Wheat and Oat
meal at Geo. Kicders.
The largest line of Boots and
Shoes at Galley Bros.
California dried pears, 10 cents
a pound at Hudson's.
--Grapes, apples and other fruits
at Marshall Smith's.
wagon load of Tin
you get at Ilobert
We expect soon to get into our
new ofiice on lllh street, where we
hope to grdct all our old friends.
Since 1S71 we have aiways been
hampered for room. There, we
expect to have a place for every
thing and everything in its place.
A party of young men of out
city start out to-morrow morning
to the North Loupe country to hunt
deer and elk. Horace Hudson,
Billy Wilkinson, Fred. Thomas, Al.
Stinger, John Galley, John Birr,
and John Mc Fcrson constitute the
Rev. J. C. Evans started to Pen
nsylvania on Monday after another
delegation of people from that slate
intending to come and locate in .this
city and county. Mr. Evans is en
gaged in a good work, and he should
receive the commendation of every
5. C. Smith visited Omaha last
week to witness the reception of
General Grant, a3 well as to see his
sou George, one of Ihe Cadets of the
University at Lincoln, they being
present. He reports the allair as
being a grand success, mid that the
Cadets are very well drilled.
A ball and supper will be given
on Thanksgiving evening by the
ladies of the Columbus Maenneichor
Singing Society, at the Opera House,
the proceeds to be devoted o the
purchase of a flag for the Society.
Everything will be done to make
this a very pleasant occasion. Tick
We go to press Tuesday evening
and consequently will not know tho
result of the election in Platte
County at that time, but we shall
be pleased to learn some time dur
ing the night that every republican
in the county did his duty, an d can
heartily engage in rejoicing over a
glorious republican victory in the
state and Platte county.
In last week's issue we stated
that the " Pinafore" opera was to be
played here by a foreign troupe.
This was a misunderstanding on out
part. The Royal Arcanum has se
cured Prof. H. J. Parr, of Cleveland,
O., to make up a combination out of
our home talent, and wc predict a
grand success for the Arcanum.
This opera will be given at the
Opera House, November 18th, 19th
Hon. T. C. Ryan returned from
a two weeks visit to Colorado last
Wednesday. He reports having had
a good time; that the business out
look of that country is very encour
aging; that the city of Denver is
destiucd to become one of the great
est cities of the West ; and that Col
orado is yet in its infancy in point of
wealth. Mr. Ryan has an interest in
a quartz mine near Denver, ami will
no doubt have occasion to visit that
section of the country frequently.
We wish him success.
Johnson J E
Kirk Chas F
Kinuev .Lute E
If not called for in 3d days will be sent
to the dead-letter office, Washington, U.
C. When called for please say "adver
tised," as these letters are kept separate.
E. A. Gekkakd, 1. 31.
Weekly Wcntlter Kejiort.
During the week ending Sp. m.
Nov. 2d, the mean temperature of
the air was 33.
The lowest observed temperature,
1G was noted at 8 p. m. Sunday.
Westerly and northwesterly winds
prevailed, and nearly three-fifths of
the sky's surface were, on the aver
age, covered with clouds.
No rainfall occurred at Columbus.
B. r. Hoyt, Observer.
ware for $1.
New figured Dress goods I2,'.j
cents a yard at Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
Try J. IJ. Delsman & Co's Lily
Baking Powder and Roasted cofi'ee
their own brands.
"fc-W. II. Randall will pay the
highest price for hides, pelts and
poultry of all kinds.
IISO. Acres of choice wheat land
to rent. Enquire at my ofiice.
George G. Bowman.
Waterproof, !'. vards wide, at
50 cents per vard at Smith & Fricd
hofFs in Central Block.
Anything and everything in the
Tin ware line now cheaper than the
cheapest, at Robert Uhlig's.
Don't forget that Gustavo Hell
born keeps the best of goods, at the
fairest prices, and will make you a
There is no excuse for anybody
freezing this winter when the Rev
olution Storc Is selling heavy win
ter coats for $1.75.
Choice Michigan Apples arc
now being received, and will be
sold by the peck or barrel at the
lowest prices, at Hudson's.
Tlie C?lieaiio..t Itlusic JEou.se in
Will Thompson.Author of "Drift
ing with the Tide,'' and other famous
songs, will select $3 00 worth of new
and popular Sheet Music from our
large stock, and send to any address,
on receipt of .f I 00. This is the best
chance ever oflered ; first-class Sheet
Music at one-third the regular price.
State whether you want Vocal or
Instrumental Music. Send orders to
W. L. Thompson & Co.,
East Liverpool, Ohio.
Ii--sh lor .; lo.
Having purchased a cylinder
press, we will sell the hand press
heretofore in use in printing tlie
Journal, it is in excellent order
good as new, for work size of the
Ad drcs;, Journal Office,
I'OST-To 3lr. and 3Irs. A. 31. Post, a
girl, on the 1st i lis t.
BUItGESS To Watt. B urges 3, on
the morning of tbeSfst, ult., a daughter,
weijrht 10 pounds.
KELLY COX On Nov. 2d. by IJev.
R. Christison. 31 r. John Kelly and 31 Us
Annie Cox, both of this city.
T03ILIXSON HON At the Clothcr
House, this city, Oct. 20th, 1879, by Kev.
J.Q. A.Fleharty, 3Ir. John 31. Tomlin
son, of Alexandria, Indiana, to Miss
Bertha C. Bon, of 3Iadison Co., Neb.
Advertisements under this head five
cents a line each insertion.
---Hominy and Beans at Riedcr's.
Fresh fruit at Hill & Lubker's.
Men's boots fl 50 a pair at Kra
mer's. Go and seo Uhlig for cheap Tin
Cranberries 10 cts. a quart at
Wooden Pumps at cost at A. W.
Hurrah for the Revolution Dry
Lard oil for 75 cents per gallon
Oatmeal cakes for dyspeptics
Leave orders for boring wells at
Wooden Pumps at cost at A. W.
Try the Maple Syrup that Halz
& Regalz keep.
Hats and Caps cheaper than
ever at Delsraan's.
Best assortment and lowest
prices in Perfumeries at Brainard's
corner Drug Store, opposite P. 0.
Please call in and examine.
Paint your house with Vane
Calvert & Co's. paint. Coolidge
Library, Bronze, Bracket, and in
fact all kinds of Lamps at Doland's
Columbus Drug Storc.
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.
Greisen Bros, are selling the
Reed & Weaver Fine Shoes, the best
in the market.
An immense stock of Cloaks of
the latest and newest designs, just
received at L. Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
Why don't ycu give your house a
new coat of Vane Calvert & Co's
paint? It can be bought of Cool
idge. Best Lard Oil 75 els. a gallon,
cash. Machine Oil, 50 cts. a gallon,
cash, at Doland's Columbus Drug
I. Cluck 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
Heavy Sheeting, a full yard wide
at to cents per yard, at Smith &
FricdholFs in Central Block.
Best Condition Towdcr in the
market for sale at -10 cts. per lb. at
Doland's Columbus Drug Storc.
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.
Just received, one of the finest
stocks of boots and shoes that ever
came to Columbus, at GrciseirBros.
Neighbor, where did you buy
that paint ? I bought it of Coolidge,
and it is the best 1 ever saw. Try
it and you will use no other.
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.
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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 Storc.
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.
Queky. Why is I. Gluck of Rev
olutionary fame the savior ot all
mankind? Because he saves every
man and woman who trades with
him, from 10 to 15 per cent, on an
All-wool socks for 20s ts. at I.
Gluck's Revolution Storc.
Everybody rushes to I Gluck's
Revolution Stoic for Bargains.
Ladies, call and see tho new
styles at Smith & Drake's.
U pays to trade at- Kramer's
New York Cheap Cash Store.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's
tine shoes, at Greisen Bros.
Golden Machine Oil at -10 cents
per gallon at Marshall Smith's.
Teas a specialty at M. H.
O'Brien's grocery ou lllh street.
You can got a good felt shirt
for jiOcts at the Revolution Store.
Will T. Rickley pays cash for
Butter and Eggs and vegetable.
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.
There is no place to get canned
fruits any cheaper than at Hudson's.
Gent' undoivhirls at 25 cents at
Smith & Fricdhoirs in Central Block.
California canned fruits, dried
pears and pitted plums at Hudson's.
All colors, shades and qualities
of Cashmeres and Merinocs at Kramer's.
All-woolen colored Yarn for
50ets. at the Revolution Dry goods
A large, new line of Hamburg
Edgings and Insertions at Galley
Fresh Oysters of the best brands
kept constantly on hand at Hud
son's. lamps and lamp-fittings at Eed
Front Dreg Store, at prices that will
All kinds of Sewing machine
needles, oil and attachments at Hill
The cheapest line of Men's and
Boys' Clothing in town, is at Gal
Don' fail to sec Boucstcel Bros,
cheap Fine Boots; they arc the best
in Columbus for the money.
The best stock of Clothinir at
prices defying competition at Kra
mer's New York Cheap Cash Storc.
Buy your pump points and pipe
at the Foundry, cheaper than any
other place in town.
For the choicest of family
groceries, at the lowest living rates,
call on M. II. O'Brien.
Best stock of Lamps, Burners,
Shades, Chimneys, &c, ever brought
to Columbus, at Doland's Columbus
Now is your time to buy a beau
tiful bird-cage at greatly reduced
prices; must sell them out this seas
on al Robert Uhlig's.
Ladies' cloaks at $2. Ladies'
winter shawls at $2. Ladies good
felt skirts at 50 cts., at Wm. Eimcr's
Columbus Cheap Cash Store.
' If you want to get one of the
latcat improved sewing machines
with all the extras, cheap, go to Hill
Go to S. T. Hill's to get your
watches, clocka and Jewelry repair
ed. Store with C. L. Hill's book
store on Olive street.
--Go to Will T. Iiickly'3 for
Fresh Butter, Eggs and vegetables.
-J-Ncw dried sweet corn and dried
blackberries at Geo. Rieder's.
Gus. Schrocder has a large as
sortment of corn-shcllers ou hand.
Corn taken in exchange for
pump and wind-inill3, at J. C. Elliott's.
Cloaks, Circulars and Dolman?,
the newest styles very cheap.it Kra
mer's. Tho Whitney boot for sale at
Schram Bros. Best boot in the
Go and look at those now goods
just opened out nt Smith & Fried-
holl s in the Central Block.
II ighest market price paid far
hides, pelts, tallow, poultry and
eggs at Petersen Ss Robinson's.
Needles for all Sewing Machine
and Sewing Machines repaired at
Doland's Columbus Drug Store.
Ladies, if you want the latest
styles iu trimmed ami untrimmed
hats, call on Morrissey & Klock.
A ucw organ for sale- or trade
C. A. Bkindley.
Wm. T. McKcatj, the tailor on
Olive street, is very busy now-a-days,
and is turning out excellent
L. Kramer has secured the
agoncy of Mndnmo Demorcst's paper
patterns. They nre the best in the
For good work tho Sigw.ilt
Singer stands ahead of all other
sewing machines. For sale nt Hill
Faucettc continues to sell lots of
linrnu!s. Why? For the very reas
on that all his harness is made of
No. 1 oak leather.
All accounts due me. that are
not paid by Nov. 15th, 79, will be
placed in tbo hands of an attorney
for collection. Dr. E. L. Siggius.
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.
Just received a large stock of
clothing at Schrarn Bros., which
they arc selling very cheap. Cail
and examine before purchasing
Morrissey & Klock keep the
bettor and nicer styles iu rendy
madc clothing than any other house
in town, aim maKc the lowest prices.
Wc 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.
The best quality, the largest
stock and the lowest prices for all
goods can alwav3 be hail at Kra
mer's New York Cheap Cash Storc.
It would do you good to see the
people marching out of Marshall
Smith' store with boots and shoes,
gloves, mittens and such goods as
he keeps for sale so chcip. Come
and see for votirsclf.
We have now received our fall
stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, burnishing Goods and
Notions, and respectfully invite an
inspection of our goods and prices
nelorc buying, uallcy Bros.
I. Gluck, of the Revolution
Storc, 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
Second hand school books at
Ed. Fitzpatrick's oppP. O.
W. II Randall pays the highest
price for stock, fat hogs and cattle.
Ladies, drop into the Revolution
storc, and take a look at that 50 els
water-proof, which is going off like
hot cakes ; secure a few yards of it,
and be happy.
Messrs. Petersen Ss Robinson
desire us to state that they arc pre
pared to butcher hogs for private
families. Having had long experi
ence in butchering, they nre fully
prepared to satisfy their customers
in this line.
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 yoursclt call on Morrissey &
Call on Schram Bro. for your
Gloves and Mittens, a large Stock
and Cheaper than Elsewhere by
10 per cent.
The bath-rooms in connection
with the Barber Shop of Wm Rath
bun on lllh st, nre now running in
full blast. Go and get bathed.
Remember, you can send your
children to Galley Bros, and get
your goods at the same uniform
A large slock of queens wire
and glassware, tabic and pocket
cutlery, etc. at bed-rock prices at
Halz Ss Regalz.
Blank notes, bank, joint, indi
vidual and work-aud-labor, neatly
bound in books of 50 and 100, for
sale at the Journal office.
Don't be allured by other dry
goods houses who efl'er you several
small articles at less than cost, and
then charge you for another article
twice or three times its real value,
Wo keep a large and well se
lected stock of Dry Goods, Gents
furnishing goods, and notions, and
will sell as low a3 the lowest. Call
and be convinced at Smith Ss Fried
hofFd Central Block.
L. Kramer ha3 branch stores at
Crete and North Platte, does the
largest business in these places as
well a3 here buys, his goods of first
hands in. large quantities and takes
the lowest living profit ou all goods
that he sells.
Madame Demorcst's paper patterns
at Li. Kramer s.
Herman Ochlrich & Bro. have a
large stock of dried peaches on hand,
which they nre selling cheap.
A large amount and complete as
sortment of choice teas will be found I
al Lynch Ss Hays's new store.
House and lot in Columbus for
sale cheap. Inquire at the Journal!
office, or of George Derry.
Nell ins: "
My slock of hat3, gloves, boots and!
shoes below cost, leas, coffees,!
spices, tobaccos, and general grocer-l
ics at cost. L. CocKnrnv.
lloncy to Loan.
On Platte County farms at low-l
est rates and most favorable terms.
Parties desiring to negotiate loansl
please address for terms and infor
mation, B. Lomhard, Jr.,
John Hempleman has moved into!
his own building opposite the Lin-J
dell House on 11th street, where hcj
will sell groceries cheaper than ever.
Go and see him.
SlrayciX or Stolen.
From the undersigned in Co
lumbus on Saturday, a bird dog.
Her head, ears and back liter col
ored, with part white feet. A lib
eral reward will be paid for hcrl
return. Paul Haof.l.
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.
Just as rapidly as they push the
building on the A. & N. R. 11, just
as rapidly I must push the sales of
cooking stoves, in order to make
room for a great m3tiy more coming.
Remember this rare chance. Come
early and get great bargains, at
Robert Uhlig's stove house.
The Tattcrsall Livery Stable is anl
excellent place, to stop at when you
arc iu iowii wnii a icam. uooci ac
commodations. Reasonable charged
On Olive htrcet, one door south of
Wiggins's hardware store. Try!
K Qimn Sso.;
(Successors to IIEXItY & BRO.)
All customers of tho old firm are corJ
Uiaiiy invittd to continue their pat
ronage, the Bame as heretofore; to
gether w:th as many new custo
mers tjt wish to purchase
For the Least Money.
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