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OFFICIAL PAPER OF PLATTE COUNTY.
"WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24, 1879.
Communication, to ln-urc insertion
in the next iue, bouId he in hand on
Monday; if lengthy, on Thurdayn
pruccdine ic-uo-day. Advertisements,
of whatever class., should he in hand by
AdvertiM-nicntf. under this head 15
cti. a line first insertion, 10 cts. aline
fach tubco.ueut inertton.
The Jrit.AL clalIili
mrnt Im ntrxr prrmnHcntly lo
ctttctl on lllh ilrcrl, itr-litrw
lit the JOritAI. ballding.
Zero yesterday morning at 8.
Wo arc leaping into leap year.
A light feiiow Morm occurreil on
"When yon want good Tea, call
and see Lamb.
Senator I'addock will accept our
thanks for recent favors.
Thomas lilauford sold his farm
on Shell creek lat week.
Fancy box paper 15 cts. at Do
land'b Columbus Drug Store.
A number of our ritizens arc
catching the Hluek Hills fever.
School books at Ed. Fitzpat
rick's, opposite the post-office.
Good undershirts and drawers
for 25 cts. each at L. Kramer's.
There will bo a Christinas tree
at the Presbyterian church to-night.
"Wanted A girl to do general
housework. Inquire of Win Rout
"Win. Rocker sells (ho celebrated
and unsurpassed John Parman wag-
Black Cashmere at 40 cents at L.
Kramer's New York Cheap Cash
"Walter Phillips moved into his
new place of business on Kith Etrcct,
G. "W. Stevens was in the city
Saturday looking iu better health
Sunday programme will prevail
at the post-oflicc, Christmas and
Julius Kasmusscn says ho is sick
of answering inquiries about stand
ing on his car.
A enr load or Itcnt Colorado
flottr received n( IlcramiK OchI
rlch Jfc flro'm.
The best Mock of boots and
shoes in town at J. M. Ilonahan's,
on Olive street.
Try the "Little Fred" 5 cent
cigars, the boss, at Doland's Colum
bus Drug Store.
Peter, the liJicrman and Aposllc
will bo Rev. Sherman's topic next
You can buy your groceries
cheaper at Lamb's than at any other
place in Columbus.
Wheat at Chicago Dec. 20lh
1 p. m. ?1.3l3. Hogs same date;
packers $-L10C' H-iO.
The Knights of Honor of Genoa
will give a ball and banquet on
JCcw Year's eveuing.
The finest and
toilet sets ever seen
in this city at
Doland's drug store.
Mrs. Martha Harrow, living a
short distance cast of the city, lost a
valuable cow last Friday.
The law suit of Itanium vs
Young was amicably settled, Satur
day by mutual agreement.
Marshall Smith's little son was
sick with typhoid fever last week,
but at last accouuts improving.
Lamb pays cash for all the good
butter and eggs that come along.
Second door north of post-office.
Tho Omaha Indians arc still
about. It reminds us of by-gone
days to meet Indians on the streets.
Buy yonr Christmas and New
Year presents at Doland's. no has
tho most elegant assortment in town.
G. TT. Davis' (wo sons Will and
Cyrus, wcro down with typhoid
fever last week, but reported bettor
There was some bitter cold
weather last week and notwithstand
ing that fact, tiado and "traffic"
Our information is that all the
Sunday schools iu the city will en
gage in celebrating Chrutmas to
Corsets at 25 cents, and the cele
brated cork corset can be found
only at L. Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
"Wc regret to record the death,
and funeral on last Sunday of an
other child of Edward Kyser living
south of the Loupe.
Mr. Amd Kroyer, sold lsftt week
to D. Anderson five hogs weighing
twenty hundred and twenty pounds,
which brought him SS2.00.
Nance county is at last organ
ized. We welcome our new neigh
bor's ladyship. May she be blessed
with prosperity and peaco.
The proceeds of the Grand Fire
men's Reunion ball, to-night," will go
toward the purchase of new uni
forms for the Engine compauy.
Thos. A. Creigh has been ap
pointed postmaster at Platte Centre
this connty, and tho office at that
point will soon be iu ronuing order.
Superintendent S. L. Barrett,
who is teaching the school in Mr. G.
"W. Galley's district, called Saturday
aud reports that he has a pleasant
Engine Company to the front.
Mens' bools at $1.50 a pair at L.
Millie Metz returned home from
Omaha Monday evening.
O. P. Reed is now running a
dray wagon, "so they say."
Chap. E. Chapiu of Junction
City, was iu town Saturday.
Children's Balmoral hose at 5
cents a pair at L. Kramer's.
Chas. Landers was visiting.
friends in the city last week.
Platte Baker aud Joo Coolidge
were down from Genoa Monday.
If you want toys of every do
description go to Ed. Fitzpatrick's.
For a first-class aud neat-fitting
boot or shoe, go to J. M. Ilonahan's.
At Lamb's new store you will
find goods at bottom prices for cash.
Jack Harpom started to Council
Muffs last week to spcud tho holi
days. Mrs. Anna M. I Potts is ex
pected to spcud the Holidays in Co
lumbus. Miss Sadie Hudson who has
been quite sick with a cold, is im
proving. Miss Rosa North ii at home
from Brownell Hall spending the
Go (o "Wm. Bucher'e, where you
will always liud, every day, good
soup for freo lunch.
Palmer's Perfumo in bulk, tho
best in the "World, at Doland's Co
lumbus Drug Store.
Tho finest line of Holiday (roods
Yovcr brought (o this town on exhi
bition at Doland's drug store.
"Jack" Echols s(ar(od Friilay
last for his old home at Atlanta, Ga.,
where he will spend tho winter.
Lamb will pay tho highest mar
ket price in cash for butter aud eggs.
Second door north of post-offico.
Sassafrasso cures chapped hands.
It neyer fails. Try it. Prepared
and for sale oaly by A. "W. Doland.
Jako Sch ram has been quitosick
for tho past two weoks, but was
around looking pretty well Saturday.
"Potlsy" of the Independent,
accompanied by Geo. Fairchild,wcnt
to David City last week, to visit his
Beautiful glovo and handker
chief boxes, card-cases, vases, and
fine box stationery at Dolaud's
Dealers were out of coal Satur
day. In the middle of tho winter
scorns to be an inopportune timo for
this to happen.
Mrs. Carrie Routson returned
home from Grand Island, Thursday,
where she has bcon making a visit
Ice is now making very fast, and
the dealers in that cold commodity
arc packiug it away in houses iu
George Smith, who has been at
tending school at Lincoln, arrived
in the city last week to spond the
holidays at home.
J. E. North left for Ogden,
Thursday, to meet his wife aud
children. Tboy expect to arrive
The State vs. "Wm. Andrews on
the 18th inst. boforc Polico Judge
McAllister. Drunk and disorderly.
Fiuc $3 aud costs.
Dr. J. S. McAllistor, who is io
jouruingat the present in the Qua
ker City, will accept our thanks for
a late number of Tho Press.
II. J. Hudson was taken sud
denly sick Tuesday afternoon of last
week. Dr. Siggins was called and
he is again around as blitho as evor.
O. n. Archer, foreman at tho
Era office, quit his position last
Thursday. What "Ovo," will next
undertake, he has not as yet divul
ged. A private letter from J. "W.
Martin, who is at Deadwood, speaks
of times being lively -and things
generally prosperous in the gold re
gions. Albort S. Ames, of Wisconsin,
is now employed by Wm T. Mc
Kean, the tailor, and is said to be a
good tailor. Ho is well ' pleased
The Jackson Lodgo K. of H.
give (heir first Grand" Ball, New
Ycai's Eve at thoir Hall in Jackson.
They extend a cordial invitation to'
all their friends.
In an action beforo Byron Mil
lett, J. P., on the Kith inst., between.
Chas. Distlchorst, plaintiff, and Bonj.
Spielmau, defendant, tho Jury ver
dict was for the plaintiff.
John Routson received two bar
rels of hickory nuts from Ohio last
week. They came from his old
home in Columbiaua couuty. Jolm
knows how to enjoy them.
Madame Dcmorest's reliable
patterns are conceded to be the very
best. Go to Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Storo and look at the
catalogue aud buy a pattern.
"Fatty" Woods has a now barber
and his name is Cornfield. A Utile
Cornfield with a big Woods around
it, ought to be a right "pert" place,
these cold days, to get shaved.
Thomas. A. Creigh, has receiv
ed the appointment of Notary Tub
lie. Our Platte Centre citizens are
getting ready for the transaction of
business, legal as well as postal.
Janatischek does well to bring
with her a troupe so unexpectedly
superb. Last evening thrco of them
besido the star were called boforc
the curtain. Whig, Quincy, III.
John Fitzpatrick met with an
accident while coupliug cars at the
Junction on the Jackson branch
last week, smashing his loft baud
Edward Kcuecher, of Butler
precinct, this county, lost his two
youngest children, Albert aud Louis,
la;t week, by that dread disease
M. K. Turner, editor, was sud
denly taken ill, Friday, about noon,
Buffering severely for au hour or
two, when Dr. Martvn called and
-All the members of Monitor
Lodge, 879, K. of II. are requested
to be present noxt Friday evening,
7 sharp, for the election of officers.
By order of the Lodge.
Wo are credibly informed that
the A. & N. authorities have lately
been corresponding with citizens of
this place in reference to tho loca
tion of a depot aud stock yards.
Burt High tho gentlemanly clerk
at Bouestecl's, quit work on Thurs
day. He has been steadily confined
(o business for a long time, and will
tako it easy during the holidays.
Tho 5th day of Jan. next 10 a.
in. has been assigned as the lime for
hearing the petition of D. C. Kav
anaugh for letters of administration
on (ho estate of E. C. Kavauaugh,
A. E. Young, who has been
living a whilo at Rising, Butler
county, put in an appoarauco on tho
street, Saturday. He w.as moving
back to tho metropolis, on Quincy
"Watch-uight sociablo at the
Congregational Church, Wednesday
Evening; Dec 3lst. General Invita
tion is extended to tho public to
come and"walch the old year out and
tho now year in."
This is tho season of the year
that pcoplo should take care of their
bodies. Thoro is no blessing like
good hoalth, and wo ought to ap
preciate it enough at least to tako
care of ourselves.
Col. Hughes, advance agent for
Dr. Anna Pottp, spent Thursday and
Friday in this city visiting friends.
He started to Kearney Friday to bill
that city forlhe lecturer the first
week in tho new year.
Our young grocery dealer, Geo.
Rieder, was packing up his goods
and pulling out for Albion Saturday.
Wq do not know why George has
"soured" on Columbus, but wo wish
him success all the same.
Tho time is drawing near for
tho couuty officers elect to qualify
and enter upon tho discharge of their
official duties. . We believo a good
set of officers have been chozen, aud
wo wish them all success.
D. D. Bramer orders his Jour
nal sent to David City, to which
place he has moved, and says, "The
Jouit.NAL has made us weekly visits
for nearly eight years, and we do
not liko to do without it."
E. V. Clark of whom we made
mention last week, has permanently
located at Genoa in tho law and laud
business. "Genoa might feel "airy"
at having a new.Jawyor of tho ability
and affability of Mr. Clark.
Geo. Spooner, Father, and Z. B.
Davis, returned Friday from a few
days hunt in the Little Cedar and
Spring Creek country. They killed
three deer, and George says ho kill
ed 14 rabbits alone one day.
Marshall Smith visited Nebras
ka City last week, in attendanco on
the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch
Masons. He had a good time, and
returned Thursday. The Chapter
meets next year at Fremont.
Loauder Gcrrard was appointed
at a recent meeting of tho City Coun
cil to fill (he vacancy of Wm Bur
gess, resigned and Michael Morris
Bey that of E. C. Kavauaugh, dec
cased. They arc both commendable
Tho sheriff sells N. W. 4' Sec.
32, T. 18 N., or R. 3 W., for cash iu
hand, Jan. 22, 18S0, 1 p. in., at the
Court House, on an order of salo iu
favor of Mary E. Hall as plaintiff,
and against John N. Lawson and
others, as defendants.
ine rruyn uotei property, in
pursuance of advertisement, was
sold at public auction Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. Most of the
goods sold well, and creditors will
receive ,m6?e tbau expected. John
II Tiber was the auctioneer.
Wo asked John Hammond what
the news was, Saturday. He re
marked that the only-trivial item he
could think of, was that ho had just
purchased tho U. P. entire, and the
only thing that troubled him was
what to do with the branches.
To-night Santa Claus will hitch
up his reindeers, and load up his
little bob-sled, with Christinas pres
ents aud drive over tho entire world,
and will go down the chimneys of
every house that contains good chil
dren aud fill up their stockings.
The sthool entertainment in
DisU 13, Friday evening, was a pleas
ant affair. The performances were
somewhat limited, yet socially it was
a good time. Among other things
gymnastic exercises were seen, the
scholars showing themselves drilled
Mr. T. M. Potts, of David City
was in the city yesterday. He says
the A. & N. road is being pushed
with all possible spedd toward this
city, tho work has already com
menced on (he bridge across Deer
Creek a few miles south of this city,
that tho brldgo boss has already in
spected the Flatte.
Call at A. W. Lawrence's to see
his car load of new wagons, plat
foim, two seatedj aud buggics.which
he will sell for cash or on timo to
suit purchaser; also a new supply
of the celebrated Hawking Valley
The A. & N. road is now com
pleted as far as Ulysses, Butler
county. At David City, a grand
depot is going up. "We see no rea
son why this competing lino will
not be pushed to destination with
all possible speed.
Wo met a man Satnrday loaded
down with packages of eatables,
oysters and "6ich," lamenting that
he knew no woman to help enjoy
them. It might havo been the Sen
ior editor of the "Democrat," aud
then again it might not.
If the character of tho unhappy
Mary Queen of Scotts required vin
dication, Janauschek has done that
sisters part for her. Doos not every
witness of her wonderful perform
ance go homo with the impression
that the walls of Westminister en
close tho bones of a martyr? Illus
trated London News.
A ride with Phil. Cain tho other
day convinced us that wo wore not
"out" when wo thought he was an
"old timer" on the turf. Ho got us
out iu tho country, aud showed us
(he "gait" of his horse, and thon he
gavo us his pedigree, and every oth
er word was "Blue-Bull," with a
sprinkling of "Hambletonian," bul
we guess it was all right.
The Madison Chronicle says Jay
Gould has the A. & N. by the nap of
tho neck, aud will run (ho same to
Jackson, &c. "Wo would adviso the
Chronicle to whisper to Mr. Gould
that he had better get tho A. & N.
as snugly by the heels, as ho has by
the neck, and stop its running alto
gether, clso it will soon bo in David
City and then across tho Platto.
County Commissioner "Wiso,
and Deputy County Clerk, Nowmau,
wore engaged last week in inspect
ing Treasurer Kummcr's official ac
count?, dating back to tho period
when Platto and Colfax counties
wero ouo. Tnoy gave a nattering
account of everything which thoy
havo inspected and it only speaks
volumes of praise for the exeunt
Fred. Matthews, Mike Schram,
Robert Uhlig and A. W. Lawrence
arc the floor-managers for the Fire
mens' Ball to-night. From the rec
ord of this brace of infants (?) in tho
past, we predict good order. Chas.
Matthews, Fred. Gerbor and Julius
Ra8musscn are (he reception com
mittee. Tickets $1. This ball is to
eclipse all others, and will bo an en
joyable as well as a successful affair.
Dr. Miller, Presiding older of
the M. E. Church in this district,
held his first quarterly moeting in
this city last Saturday and Sunday.
In the evening he discussod tho fol
lowing text: "This is a faithful
saying, and worthy of all accepta
tion, that Christ Jesus came into the
world to save sinnors." His dis
course was logical and argumenta
tive, showing ability on tho part of
"Walter Lamb, M. D., who had
located not long ago in this city, but
now (raveling iu Kansas for some
musical instrument house, arrived
in the city last Saturday from the
west. He came to meet his wife,
pack up his "traps," and move to
some point in Kansas more conven
ient to his business. Ho and lady
are very estimable people and made
warm friends during their short
stay in (he city.
B. E. Rogers has ronted his
blacksmith shop to James Naylor,
his wagon shop to Mr. Swoot, and
his paint shop (o Georgo V. Hines.
These gentlemen wero all recently
employed by Mr. Rogers. Ho will
settle up his business, go to the
Black Hills on a visit iu tho spring
and return and take an eastern trip.
He has beon a hard working man,
and this recreation is undoubtedly
merited on his part.
Tho Nance county officors havo
received their certificates of cloction
aud entered upon (he duties of their
respective offices, and now it is
claimed that tho county is fully or
ganized. The county officers arc as
follows: Commissioners, Andrew
Thompson, Geo. E. Willard and T.
F. Miller; judge, "Wm. Burgess;
clerk, Martin Patterson ; (reasuror,
S. L. Sturdevant; sheriff, W. A.
Davis; surveyor, G. n. Haskins.
A gentleman who has traveled
the Mississippi river says that a cur
rent or undershot wheel would be a
success in the Loup for manufactur
ing purposes. It is estimated that
tho turbine will utilize four-fifths of
the motive power, more than is sav
ed by any other wheel; the overshot,
three-fourths, the breast wheel,
three-fifths. The undorshot or cur
rent wheel is iu use along the Mis
sissippi, on flat-boats, for milling
purposes, stopping along shore to
take the grists of a neighborhood.
As tho new year dawns wo pre
sume that thousands of people are
anticipating turning over to a new
leaf in their careers, breaking off
from bad habits, aud forming new
ones for good. We do not have
much faith in persons beginning
with a new year to reform. Now is
tho only time. Firmness, aud a de
termination to govern self, with no
respect to day or date, new year or
old one will accomplish more than
starting new at a future date, but If
the new year's beginning will aid
any one in adhering to duty and
good works, for your own happi
ness and those about you, begin
with it. ,
Proceeding) of II. Ac L. Special
Hall of Pionkek II. & L. Co. No. I-,
Columbus, Xcb., Dec. '22, '79. f
Meeting called to order by tho
President. It being a special call,
the Pres't stated the object to be to
take action on an invitation to attend
the ball to be given by Engine Co.
No. 1, on Christmas Eve., Dec. 24th.
Moved that the invitation bo re
ceived ; carried.
Moved that a vote of thanks be
extended to the Company for their
kind invitation and complimentary
tickets ; carried.
Moved that this Company go in
uniform ; carried.
Moved that the Sec:y be instructed
to complain to tho City Couucil
about the chairs being taken from
the room aud piled around the
truck, in the hall aud on the stair
way, thereby endangering those
getting out tho engine aud truck in
case of fire.
Moved that a copy of these pro
ceedings bo published in city papers.
Carried. "W. II. Lawkenck,
"Wonderful havo been tho praises
lavished by the press upon tho lady
who honors Columbus with her
presenco and the exhibition of her
genius Saturday eveuing next. Her
fame has gono before her, and we
bespeak for her a crowded house, if
the weather be not bitter cold.
Thore aro many of our citizens who
are lovers of tho drama, and none of
those should fail to see the great
actress in (ho play of Mary Stuart.
Tickets aro on sale at tho Post-office
aud Dolaud's drug store at 75 cts.
aijd $1. Enough have already been
sold to assure a good house.
This wonderful Bohemian woman
is tho hoad and front of tho tragic
actresses of tho day. Chicago Inter-Ocean.
Her features reflect liko soul mir
rors every passing omotion, and al
tlmos her very thoughts. 3hn may
bo equaled, never oxcollod. 7iY
Tho Kendall Troupo played Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday even
ings of last week to full houses.
Having commented beforo on Faust
and Marguerite, wo will allude
briefly to tho rendition of Joshua
Whitcomb and (ho French Spy, the
second and last nights. "Uncle
Josh," as represented by Kendall,
was a fac simile of a New Eiigland
er from the rural districts. Ho had
a fine timo in "Bosting, by gosh,"
but as tho ""Wild Arab" he was so
grossly different which showed his
peculiar ability for (he stage. Julia
Kendall as the "Spy" was faultless,
surpassing anything of the kind ever
heard or seen in this city. Tho
comedian was "a( home," and on the
whole it was a rare treat.
Wo have no great body of In
dians near Columbus at this time,
the Pawnees and Poncas having been
removed south to tho Indian Terri
tory, leaving only tho Omahas, who
are very much civilized and located
about ono hundred miles northeast
of Columbus. The Sioux tribes,
moro uncivilized, arc located at the
Black Hills, from five to six hun
dred miles away from Platte couuty.
At the present timo our citizens are
not annoyed by their visits as in
former days. Occasional visits from
squads of Omahas who don't very
much annoy our people, but occa
sionally may trespass upon the
rights of some of our sportsmen aud
Tis your duty ladies and gentle
men of New Orleans, by overflowing
houses to show your appreciation of
this great woman. Do you profess
to respect true womanhood? Do
you profess to honor genius? Both
combine in Janauschek a woman
who has reached the highest round
of fame's ladder with unstained gar
ments a woman whose career is
blameless both as regards her per
sonal moral character, and the en
nobling plays she had overproduced,
and by her genios made immortal, a
woman as great as her name, which
is world wide whoso name will
remain a perpetual monument to
the glory of tho stago. New Or
leans Picay un c.
A report is going the rounds of
tho newspapers that Madison paid
110,000 for hogs week beforo last,
moro than any other town in the
State, Columbus not excepted. We
havo David Anderson as authority
for stating that Columbus shipped
22 car loads of hogs that week at au
average cost of seven hundred and
eighty-four dollars to the car, mak
ing a total of $15,840, paid for fat
porkers during that week, by our
The following Is a list of unclaimed
letten remaining In the post-oflice, iu
Columbus, for the week ending Dec.
Chrlstec A Lambert W H
Donley Ji-rry Morrison Geo II
Hogee J D Millan Michael
Jonas Miss W Xeuinan Mortz
If not called for in .10 days will be sent
to the dead. letter office, Washington, D.
C. When called for please ay "adver
tised," as these letters arc kept separate.
E. A. GKKItAltD, 1. M.
The annual election of officers for
Mystic Council No. 130, R. A., will
be held at (heir hall iu Union Block
on Saturday, Dec. 27(h, at 7
p. m. sharp. All members arc earn
estly requested to bo present. By
Will B. Dale, Scc'y.
SHANNON To Mr. and Mrs. Or.-i
Shannon, on the 17th inst., n son, weight
8 lbs. Mother doing well.
KOBINSON HURST On Friday,
the 12th. inst., by Judge Higgius, Mr.
C. C. Kobinson. of Mvra. ltoone Cnuntv.
and Miss Lizzie llurst. of Syracuse.
Advertisements under this head the
cents a line each insertion.
r Cocoanuts at Geo. Riedcr's.
Now Millinery al Galley Bros.
Diaries for 1SS0 at Hill & L'ub
kcr's. Fresh sour crout at R. T. Bui
10 cts. a quart at
Hurrah for the Revolution
Dolls and doll babies at E. D.
Pure strained honoy cheap at
Heavy grey blankets for $1 a
pair ot L. Kramer's.
Try some of that Mexican Hot
at Geo. Riedcr's.
"Wiggins has one or two moro of
the Giaut corn mills.
One-half barrel scalding kettles
at the Foundry for 15.
The best Teas aud Syrups in
town at Geo. Riedcr's.
A good tread power for salo or
trado at the Foundry.
Skatcsl skates! of all kinds,
cheap at Robert Uhlig's.
A choico lot of Christmas can
dies at Marshall Smith's.
"Wm. T. McKcan tho tailor, is
now turning out nobby suits.
Remember, we are undersold
by none. Galley Bros.
-Call and see tho Christmas can
dio8 ut Hat. & Regatz.
Chow Chow or Mexican hot, 15
cts. a bottle at Hudson's.
Second hand school books at
Ed. Fitzpatrick's opp P. O.
Fresh sweet cider constantly on
hand at Hudson's.
A now stock of small musical
instruments at Hill & Lubker's.
"W. II Randall pays tho highest
prico for stock, fat hogs aud cattlo.
Toys and toy books at E. D.
Fitzpatrick's, opposite poBt office.
R. T. Dullard's on 11th St., is
the beat place to buy
Farmors bring your old scrap
iron lo the Foundry and get your
Ed. Fitzpatrick sells tho most
books and toys, for tho least money,
of any one.
Ladies' Coats and Dolmans, in
beaver and diagonal goods, at Gnl
Como and try the Whlto Sow
ing Machine at Doland's Columbus
Full line of ladies' knit goods iu
scarfs, nubias, jackets, etc., at Gal
Best assortment of Christmas
candy ever brought to Columbus at
Hatz & Bagatz.
New figured Dress goods 12J.J
cents a yard at Kramer's New York
Cheap Cush Store.
Greiseu Bros, are selling tho
Reed & Weaver Fiue Shoos, tho best
in tho market.
Try J. B. Dclsman & Go's Lily
Baking Powder and Roasted coffee
their own brands.
Library, Bronze, Bracket, and in
fact all kinds of Lamps at Dolaud's
Columbus Drug Storo.
For a neat fitting and irood
wearing suit of clothes go to W. T.
McKcan, on Olive st.
W. H. Randall will pay tho
highest price for hides, pelts and
poultry of all kinds.
Easy-working, iron and wood
pumps, best make, at reduced prices
at Robert Uhlig's hardwaro homo.
Needles for all Sewing Machines
and Sewing Machines repaired at
Doland's Columbus Dm; Store.
--The best stock of Clothini at
prices defying competition at Kra
mer's New York Cheap Cash Store.
L. Kramer has secured the
agency of Madame Demorost's paper
patterns. They arc tho best iu the
Tho most complcto stock of
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Support
ers, Syringes, &c, in town, at A. W.
Doland's Drug Storo.
Don't miss the opportunity of
getting one of those heavy woolon
winter Suits for 3.50 at the Revolu
tion Store, before thoy are all gone.
Thore is no excuse for anybody
freezing this winter when the Rev
olution Storo Is selling heavy win
ter coats for $1.75.
A fair Under shirt at I. Olnck's
for 25 cts. ; a good Under shirt at 1.
Gluck'sforHo cts.; a daisy Under
shirt at I. Gluck's for 50 cts.
If you need a good scoop, or
lantern, or hay-knife, or horsebru9h
and currycomb. If you do, call at
Robert Uhlig's hardwaro house.
An immense stock of Cloaks of
the latest and newest designs, just
received at L. Kramer's Now York
Cheap Cash Storo.
I. Gluck of tho Revolution
Storo is the poor man's friend and
the old stand-by of the farmer,
so don't fail to sco him beforo you
Best stock of Lamps, Burners.
Shades, Chimneys, &c.. ever brought
to Columbus, at Dolaud's Columbus
Now is your time, whilo our
prices are down, to secure the lightest-running,
best made, self-threading
machine, with latest improve
ments, at Hill & Lubkcr's.
Blank notes, bank, joint, indi
vidual and work-and-Iabor, neatly
bound iu books of 50 aud 100, for
salo at the Journal oflico.
Don't forget that Galley Bros,
aro still in (he field with one of the
largest line of goods they ever had,
and intend to sell them at low-down
rates for cash.
GusJave Hellborn. the fashiona
ble tailor.ctpposHe (he Clothcr House
on Nebraska Avenue, is turning; ont
clothing made up in the bestof style
and neatest fits. Christmas and New
Year's are coming, so now is yonr
time to secure good and well-made
clothing of him. He never fails to
give eutire satisfaction. Give him
Hickories and Coeoauuts at
A car-load of green apples at J.
Frosh sorghnm and buckwheat
Hour at Bullard's.
Fresh Oysters, by (ho can or
dish, at Hudson's.
Be economical and buy your
goods of Kramer.
The largest liuo of Boots and
Shoes at Galley Bros.
Lemon?, jellies and Christmas
candies at Hudson's.
Maple Syrup aud Buckwheat
Flour at Goo. Riedcr's.
Boys' chopping axes at Robert
Uhlig's hardware hoaso.
All-wool socks for 20ots. at I.
Gluck's Involution Storo.
Evorybody rushes to I GluckV
Revolution Storo for Bargain.
It pays to tradt at Kramer's
Now York Choap Cash Storo.
Indies' Misses' and Children's
fine shoes, at Grciion liroi.
Chcstnu(s, Florida Orango and
California Poars at Hudson's.
Puro) nuadnltorated strainod
honey for sale at Goo. Riuder's.
You can get a good felt shirt
for 50c 1 8 at tho Revolution Store.
Will T. RIckloy pays cash for
Uuttor and Eggs and vegotablcs.
Tho Giant corn mills aro sold by
Wiggins at loss than over boforo.
A great snpply of excellent
maple syrups at Marshall Smith's.
R. T. Bullard will soil grocor
ies at cost, for tho noxt sixty days.
A good Chinchilla overcoat for
43.75 at I. Gluck's Rovolution Storo.
- Corn taken hi exchango for
pump ami wimi-niiits, at J. U. Elli
Cloaks, Circalara and Dolmans,
(ho nowost stylos very cheap at Kra
mer's. All colors, shade and qualities
of CnRlimoiCrt and Morinocs at Kra
mer's. All-woolen colored Yarn for
50cts. at tho Rovolution Dry goods
Do not buy your prctont beforo
you haro examined Hill & Lubkcr's
r-A full nasorlment of fancv gro
corics for tho holidays at ifatz, &
Tho cheapest linft of Men's and
Boys' Clothing in town, la at Gal
Go to Wiggins, aud got a corn
mill, and grind your feed for hogs
Ladies' Missos ahd Children'6
trimmed hals, at lowest prices, at
Choico brands of Oytors at
lowest prices during tho Holidays
Coal Tar for preserving fence
posts, &n., for salo at Doland's Co
lumbus Drng Store.
Romembcr that Hill & Lnbkcr
have on hand a fine 8lock of Toys
and Holiday goods.
Heating and, cooking etovct aro
.still sold at tho old low priees at
Robert Uhlig's stove honso.
Lanterns, all kinds and sizes.
Como and seo thorn at Doland's Co
lumbus Drng Store.
You mnst remember (hat Geo.
Rieder has tho nicest asiorfmonl of
choice groceries In (own.
-Best Condition Powder in tho
market for salo at 40 els. per lb. at
Dolaud's Colambus Drng Store.
Iron granilo waro, the best in
use, aro sold'chonper than tho plain
ground ware, at Robert Uhlig's.
Just received, one of the fincef
stocks of boots and shoe iha( ever
came, to Colnmbns, at Greiten Bros.
Baker & Gillsl aro now grind
ing (he feed forlheir enormons herd
of cattle. Wiggins has- corn mills
Tho time is hero for making
sausage; get ye a good low priced
meat-cntler, sausage stuflor, hog
scraper and bnlchor knives at Robt.
Uhlig's hardware home.
Tho bost quality, the largest
slock and the lowest price? for all
goods can always bo had at Kra
mer's New York Cheap Cash Store.
qsjp jo avo 'asco oqj Xq
8J0JJO 3tj qotqtt sjojj.a'0 Jjoojappcs
quJji 'iiosces eqj joeounpsq eqj jo;
puBti no doo Xiatisno3 njAi pnu
poAionoa sctj nnqoorjg (! "3
I. Glnck, of the Revolntion
Store, asks nobody to bny of him,
nnlcss he can satisfy them that he
does bolter with them than any
other dry goods houap, without any
Ladies, drop into tho Rovolution
store, and take, a look at that SOrts
water-proof, which is going off like
hot eakos ; securo a fow yards of it,
and be, happy.
Day laborer?; farmors and me
chanics, doctors, lawyers and ban
kors, wonld-bc eonnfy clerks, treas
urers and sheriff-, fhey all go lo tho
Revolution Storo for their clothing.
You will always find a good
varie'ty of flour, feed and vegetables
of all kinds, also groceries and pro
visions sold ni bod rock' prices at R.
T. Bullard's, lllh street.-
QuERT.Why is I. Gluck of Rev
olutionary fame the savior of all
mankind r Because he saves every
man and woman who trades with
him, from 10 lo 15 per cent, on an
Don't bo allured by other dry
goods houses who offer you several
mall articles at less than cost, and
then charge j on for another article
twice or three times Irs real value,
but go to I. Glnck, who will soil you
good honest goods at cheaper prices
than any body else in town.
If you are in need of a new suit
of clothes; if yon have any stylo
about you, and want lo bo satisfied
in that particular, and also get a
good, substantial suit, he sure to call
on Gustavo nellborn, on Nebraska
Avenne. This tailor always gives
satisfaction. He was a Ion? time in
this bnsinesB in several of (he large
cities, ever receiving the strongest
praise from his numerous engtomers.
He is not afraid to extend an invita
tion to eyerybody to call, give him
a trial, and bo convinced of bis pe
culiar ability iu this business.
Call at Morse & Cain's aud in
spect a car-load of wagons and
buggies, just received.
Having procured the services
of Mr. Samuel Cornfield formerly
of Chicago and late of Omaha I am
prepared to Milt (he most fas(Idlon
in any thing in the Tousorial art.
All parties knowing themulTM
indebted to me aro requested to 11
and tettlo, bj January 1st., and tare
further troublo and cost, u I seed
money. E. D. Sheehan-
Fresh Oyster at Hatz & Ragatz.
For Halo or Kent
A hon.o. Iixiniro of S. J. Ed
Storo room or otlico for rent. In
quire of C. L. Hill at City Book
Madamo Demorost's paper patterns
at L. Kramer's.
Herman Ochirich & Bro. havo a
largo stock of dried peaches on hand,
which they aro selling cheap.
A largo amount and complete as
sortment of choico teas will bo fouud
at Lynch & Hays's now storo.
All porsons knowing tbonuolvea
indebted to A. W. Lawreuca will
either call and pay, or glvo how
notos with good secnrily. Thin is
tho last notico I shall give.
All partios knowing thomsolvea
indobtod to Will T. Rickly eilhor by
noto or book account aro horaby
notified (o call and xetllo by tho lut
day of January, lSi0, as all nmettled
ncconuls will bn handod to a col
The Tattersall Livery Stablo in an
excellent place to stop at when you
aro in town with a (cam. Good ao
cointnndaUona. Reasonable charge.
On Olive street, one door south of
Wiggins' hardware More. Try
Camo to tho rcsideuco of the un
dersigned 2 mllca went of Becker's
mill on Shell creek, on Monday thu
17th lust., ouo forrcl horse, about D
or 10 years old. Tho owner will
Eleasn call, pay charges aud tako
im away. Chas. Ravk.vu.
A good new dwolling-housn 11x20,
with kitchen 10x20, land within 11,
miles of Mathis'a Bridgo. Will bo
sold at a bargain. Call soon. Alf-o
Household fiirnitiiro thrco pouiux,
including a stallion, besides bnggy
and doablo harness.
Choico iftculdcnce Mot Tor Mule
Choico residence lots for inl In
tho southeastern part of Colnmbm.
From ono to forty acros rich, dry
soil and no alkali. Acre lots For
salo at pricos from ?20 to (5S per
acre. Innuiro of Snelee & Nerih.
i Tho alio vo property comprises II I ;-
m hum ui'iiMiijiu a auiiuion iu
Col nin bin.
On and after this dalo Work Spring
Coal will be delivered lo any part of
the city at the following rales:
One ion or over -?S.50 per ton.
One-half ton f 1.25.
Ono-fourth ion $2 25.
These are cash figures and all or
ders must bo accompanied with the
cash. J. E. NoRTn k Co.
Ire Tor Anlc.
Having purchased a cylinder
prest, we will sell the hand pre
horotoforo iu uso in printing the
Jouit.VAt,. It is in excellent order
good as now, for work size of tho
Address, Jounxn. Office,
Ilctnro Tor tho Ilolldjij-tt.
All those desiring pictures fur the
Holidays will find it lo their advan
tage to give me a call soon, as I am
now doing a superior elms of work
in the art of photography, at my
gallery on east lllh street, sonth of
railroad track. 1 alio ksep for salo
a gond assortment of pielnre frame.
Please give me a call.
.Mrs. 3. A. Jokselyn.
I take (his method nf notifying all
my customers and (he pnhlie in gon
cral (hat my shop, known as tho
Chicago barber shop, will he kopt
open until 10:.T0 p. in. Christmas
eve., and will close nt I n. m., sharp,
Chrisimnt d.iy. This will .'ive all a
chance lo get their work done and
me a rhiuiee to have part of a ha
1 - j a
Land OlOce at (trnud Island. .S'nl.,
COMPLAINT harlnc lccn entered at
this olllcc by 3larl ftrrs. VlnUn Ch..
I S-lir., ngahi'l Nil I'eter L.iron fnr
abandoning hi Timber-Culture Entry
Sn. Vfi, dated April Attn. inTt, upo Ihn
nnrthc.it X, Sm tln fi. Township H
north, R.nnae 1 wrt. In Platte rouhtjr,
yelirh i, Willi a lev: to the eancnlla
tion f iirt enlry: the ilil parlies rn
lu-rihr summoned to appear atthhofflco
on th 10th day of January, h.-0, al N
oVliM-fc a. m.. to respond and funiltn
f testimony concerning saWailrjerf ahR-
fiomnrnt. 1I..J. Illnl'oii .ippnlntcii -iu-iniioncr
to tako dcpoitlon In the rasa
at I1I3 efflce In Colninhu, Platto f e.,
N'ob., on the 27th day of Dec., 1S73, at
10 a. m.
M. 11. riOSIE. Reenter.
.VKM. V"f. A N A N. Cerel er.
HSIKEN & SEBURG,
Proprietors of the
Capitol Billiard Hall,
Cok. nth and 1;. Strkcts,
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