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About The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1881)
O. 11. Van Wick, U. S. Senator, Neb
Ai.ViN i5AONiKRS, U. S. Senator, Umaha
r. .1. Majors. Rep., Peru.
11. lv. VaLkntink, Rep., West Point.
Albinus Xanck, Governor, Lincoln.
js.-l. Alexander, Secretary or State.
John Wallich-, Auditor, Lincoln.
G. M. llartlelt, Treasurer, Lincoln.
C.J. Dilwortb, Attorney-General.
W. W. W.Jones, Supt. Public Instruc.
C. J. Xobes. Warden of Penitentiary.
WV-Ab,b,e.v' I prison Inspectors.
C. H.Gould, t
J. O. Carter, Prison Physician.
H. P. Matbewson, Supt. Insane Asylum.
S. Maxwell, Cbief Justice,
George B. Lake.) Ahgociate Judges.
Amasa Cobb. )
KOURTU JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
G. W. Post, Judge, York.
M. B. Reese, District Attorney, Wahoo.
31. B. Hoxie, Register, Grand Island.
ffm. Anyan, Receiver, Grand Island.
J. G. Higgins, County Judge.
John Staufl'er, County Clerk.
J. AY. Early, Treasurer.
Benj. Spieltnan, Sheriff.
R. L. Rosssiter, Surveyor.
John Wise. )
M.Maber, V CouutyComniisslouers.
Joseph Rivet, )
Dr. A. Ilelntz. Coroner.
3. E. Montareif Supt. of Schools.
u. a. uaiiev, J
Byron 3Iilfett. f
JuBtices of the Pence.
C barles Wake, Constable.
J. R. Meagher, Mayor.
H. J. Hudson, Clerk.
John F. Wermutli. Treasurer.
Geo. G. Bowman, Police Judge.
L. J. Cramer, Engineer.
1st Ward John Itickly.
G. A. Sehroeder.
id Ward Wm. Lamb.
A. A. Smith.
ColsmhuN Post Office.
Open on Sundays trera 11 a.m. to 12m.
aud from 4:30 to 6 i m. Business
hours except Sunday G a. m. to 8 p. m.
Extern mails close at ll a. m.
Wextern mails close at 4:15 P.M.
.Mail leave Columbus for Lot Creek,
Genoa, St. Edwards. Albion, Platte
Center, Tlumpurey, Madison and Nor
folk, every day (except Sundays) at
4:3.r p. in. Arrives at 10:.V.
For Shell Creek and Creston. on Mon
days and Fridays, 7 a. m., returning
at 7 P. M.. same davs.
For Alexis, Patron and David City,
Tueday, Thursdays aud Saturdays,
1 p. M "Arrives at 12 M.
For Conkling Tuesday and Saturdays
7 a.m. Arrives (J pjm. same days .
U. P. Time Table.
Emigrant, Xo.6, leaves at
0:2.1 a. in.
11:00 a. in.
Passeng'r, " 4,
Freight, " 8,
Freight, " 10,
Freight, Xo. r, leaves at .
Passeng'r, " 3, " " .
Freight, " 9, " ".
Emigrant. 7. " " .
2:00 p. m.
1:30 a. tn.
Every day except Saturday the three
lines leading to Chicago connect with
II P. trains at Omaha. On Saturdays
there will be but one train a day, a
shown by the following schedule:
B..fc M. TI3IE TABLE.
Leaves Columbus, 8:20 a. m.
" Bellwood 8:50 "
" David Citv, 9.15 "
" Garrison, 9:31 "
" Ulvs-.es, 9:55 "
" Staplehurst, 10:12 "
" Seward, 10:30 "
" Ruby 10:46 "
" Milford 11:00 '
" Pleasant Dale, 11:18
" Emerald 11:37
Arrives at Lincoln 12:00
LeavPh Lincoln at 12:50 r. M. and ar
rives iu Columbus 4:10 p. m.
O.. X. & B. H. ROAD.
Time Schedule Xo. 4. To take etl'ect
June 2, '61. For the government and
information of employees only. The
Company reserves the right to vary
therefrom at pleasure. Trains daily,
Outward Bound. I Inward Bound.
Columbus 4:33 p.m. Norfolk 7:26 a. m.
LostCreek5:21 " Munson 7:47 "
PL Centre 5:42 " Madison .8:26 "
IumphrevO;25 " Humphrev9:05
3Iadion 7:04 " PL Centre 9:48
Munon 7:43 " LostCreekl0.09
Xorfolk 8:04 lColumbuslO:55 "
Columbus 4:45 p. m.j Albion 7:43 a.m.
LostCreek5:31 ' St.Edward8:30 "
Genoa .. 6:10 " .Genoa 9:14 "
St.Edward7:00 " LostCreek9:59 "
Albion 7:47 u lColumbuslO:45 "
l3TCards under this heading will be
inserted for $3 a year.
G. A. R. Baker Post Xo. 9, Department
of Xebraska, meets every second and
fourth Tuesday evenings in each
uioifth in Knights of Honor Hall, Co
lumbus. John Hammond, P. C.
D. D. Wadswortu, Adj't.
H. P. Bowkr, Searg. 3Iaj.
YOUR ATTENTION' IS
CALLED TO THE
ELLIOTT & LUERS'
(Morrissey & Klock's old stand
on Olive Street,)
Where you find one of the largest and
best stocks of Farming Implements
kept in Columbus. We handle
nothing but the best raachiu-
erv in the market, such
" as the following:
REAPERS AND MOWERS,
Tincon Buggies vA Spring Wagons,
rtTTTe guarantee all work. We are
bound not to be undersold by any one in
Cewtral Xebraska. We pay the highest
tfb price for wheat aud all kinds or
KLLIOTT Sc LUERS,
S4-6m Succenors to J.C. EHIo.t.
c T IB
V -J a
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Up-stairs in (Uuck Building, 11th street,
Above the New bank.
ronrv J. Jl A UGH AX,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND
tt a. iiuiisox,
12th Strert. i door wnit of Hammond Home,
Columbus, Neb. 491-y
JTK. . 1. THURSTON,
Office over corner of 11th and North-st.
All operations first-class and warranted.
IIICA4.0 IMRBEK NHOP!
HEXRY WOODS, Prop'r.
ISTEverythinp in first -class style.
A No keep the best of cigars. RlO-y
i r-Ai,i,i.sxi:it iiros.,
A TTORNE YS A T LA W,
Office up-stairs iu McAllister's build
ing. 11th St. W. A. McAllister, Notary
J. M. MACFARLAND.
Att:xr i Keury ?sMl:
B. R. COWDKRY,
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE
JOHN M. MACFARLAND,
Columbus, : : : Nebraska.
"P ii. itrsciiF.
llth St., nearly opp. Gluck's store,
Sell Harness, Saddles, Collar. Whips,
Blankets. Curry Comb". Brushes, -te.,
at the lowest possible prices. Repairs
promptly attended to.
Aud General Collection Agent,
St. Edwards, Boone Co., Neb.
Drs. MITCHELL & MARTYN,
MEDICAL I SURGICAL INSTITUTE,
Suryeons O.. N. it B. II. II. 11.,
Asst. Surgeons U. P. IVy,
COLUMBUS. - - XEBRASKA.
Justice of the Peace and
ATTORXEY AT LA"W, Columbus
Xebraska. X. B. He will give
clo-e attention to all business entrusted.
.o him. 248.
T OUIS SCHREIBER,
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON MAKER.
All kinds of rcpairinp done on short
notice. Buggies, uacon", etc.. made to
order, and all work guaranteed.
iSTShop opposite the "Tattersall."
Olive Street. f25
TT -T. SCHL'G, M. 1.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office Corner of Xorth and Eleventh
Sts., upstairs in Gluck's brick building.
Consultation in German and English.
IS I'RKPARKD, with
FIRST-CLASS APPA RATUS,
To remove houses at reasonable
rates. Give him a call.
J. E. Moncrief, Co. Supt.,
Will be in his ofllce at the Court House
on the first aud last Saturdays of each
month for the purpose of examining
applicants for teacher's certificates, and
for the traimacttou of any other business
pertaining to schools. " 667-y
S. MURDOUK & SON,
Carpenters and Contractors.
Have had an extended experience, and
will guarantee satisfaction in work.
All kinds of repairing done on short
notice. Our motto is, Good work and
fair prices. Call and give us an oppor
tunity toe-timate for you. l3Shop on
13th St., one door west of Friedhof &
Co's. store, Columbus, Xebr. 483-y
Wines, Ales, Cigars and Tobacco.
I3FSchiIz"s Milwaukee Beer constant
ly on hand.F3
Eleventh St., . . Columbus, Xkb.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOM8 OF A
Pain in theHead.with a dull sensation in
the bade part, fain under the shoulder-
blade, fullness nfter eating. wilhadGin
clination to exertion of body or mind.
Irntabililyof temper, Iiowapirita. Ixaa
of memory, wltn a feeling of bayinngs;
lected aomo duty, wearlnesa. liTzainesa,
T 1'utteHnR of tSeHeart, Dota before the
eyeBTYellW Skin. Headaohe. Bgatleai
nesj at night, highly colored Urine.
IF THESE WABKINGS ASE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S FILLS are especially adapted to
snhcaei,oncloKe effect! sucliachange
of feeling as to aitonlsh thfe (ufferer.
They Inrmut the ArpeCltc. and cause the
boJy to Take on 5Iwb. thui the y-ttm ts
nnarlhiI.anitbythrlrTontc ctliioa tlie
nistiTOrsaa. Krp!rSltool are pro
duced. 1'rlco SS cenla. 35 Murray MC.K.T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
GxT Hair or Whisker cbanfpd to a fiuinsT
BU4.CK by a single application of this Dvk. It
Imparts n natural color, acts iDstantaneouvly.
SoM by I. UEiU, ot ct br xprK on rcijt of 1.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
Vr. ICI-fft alkl.iL - UiVU UbntUu mm k
lf J kMifW Ul U JU fHXa a if H'weea.p
Sioelc IfeiiiM KlioriDr the Val
u ol'Guod HreelN.
For the .Journal.
At a luncheon served before the
Sitl(liiiftou sale ( Knjjlaud ) Lord
Filzhardiuge eaid that people con
sidered him a fool for paying 4,f)00
guinea, for the short-horn bull Duke
of Counaught but he waa happy to
state that up to last year, in Fales
and service, the animal, had earned
him more than 7,000 guineas.
Messrs. Hcghes & Simpeon, in
Texas, have recently added to their
already extensive herds of cattle the
entire herds of E. B. Millet & Bros.,
numbering 25,000 head of cattle and
At the New York state shearing
fair the ram, Governor Sprague, an
Atwood sheep bred by L. B. Lusk,
and two years old, sheared 32 lbs.,
At the short-horn sale of Avery &
Murphy and others some choice an
imals were sold and bought by men
who know what they are about,
short - horn breeding being their
business. T. C. Anderson bought
Wild Eyes of Vinewood for ?2,900;
A. L. Hamilton bought Airdrie
Dutchess 5th for $3,000; Mitchel
Bros, of Detroit had Airdrie Dutch
ess llth knocked down to them for
$5,055. Airdrie Duchess 2d went to
Mr. A. L, Hamilton, who paid $7,
525 for Airdrie Duchess 10th. 122
animals were sold, and the amount
realized was $72,010 an average of
1590.25 per head.
Farmers are busily engaged
threshing, and with the exception
of wheat it turns out well.
Grasshoppers made their appear
ance a few days since.
M. Postle, wife and child made a
short visit to "Rose Cottage. :' the
home of three jolly bachelors, a few
On Tuesday night, Aug. 16th, a
military company was organized at
Leigh which will be kuown as the
Nance guards, in honor of the gov
ernor. The house was called to
order by Hon. A. M. "Walling, after
ward nominated and elected as
chairman, with C. J. Garlow, sec
retary. The roll was then called
and out of forty-nine of the compa
ny, thirty-eight were present.
The following officers were elect
ed: Captain, Isaac Blattner; first
lieutenant, A. M. "Walling; second
lieutenant, Thos. McCurdy; first
sergeant, C. J. Garlow; second, Mr.
Chrlbman ; third, John P. Hender
son ; fourth, John McCurdy; fifth,
E. Gibson. Corporals: first, John
Staab; second, W. V. Cornwall;
third, Edgar Fox; fourth, Wesley
"Woods; fifth, Peter Moran; sixth,
Edward Martelle; seventh, John O.
Aepinall ; eighth, "Wm. "White.
A copy of the proceedings was
ordered to be furnished the Colum
bus Jouio'al, Schuyler Sun and
The company adjourned to meet
Saturday uight, Sept. 3d.
j "EtiyoK Journal: The out-come
of wheat will be very unsatisfacto
ry, oats generally very good, corn
good where properly cultivated, but
the cultivated fields, it seems to me,
are the exception iu this part of Ne
braska. "Weeds, weeds, dear Jour
nal, have taken possession of the
farms of too many of our settlers,
and are on far too many acres the
only crop wherewith the farmer
will have to wrestle this fall. One
thing is certain, fewer acres must be
cultivated, or the fair acres of our
beautiful prairies will 60on produce
comparatively nothing. It is a
shame, a disgrace, a nuisance even,
to see God's beautiful earth covered
with weeds, the scythe used in the
corn fields, but then you know a
farmer is a farmer for a' that.
Jesse Rising has quit village life
and now resides in a nice new house
on his farm ono-half mile from
In the laBt issue of the Journal
you request any of your readers hav
ing something extra in vegetables
or grain to make it known through
the columns of the Journal. We
like that idea, and I should be very
glad to pay a good price for a good
variety of grain or vegetable that
will yield a better return "for the
labor,'' and of a better quality than
I possess. For seventeen years the
Early Rose potato has been a favor
ite with me; reasonably early, of
good quality, and generally fills as
many baskets to the acre as a reas
onable man naturally would re
quire. Bnt if any of yoir readerB
have not tried the "Beauty of He
bron" we urge them to try a few
next season. It is earlier than the
Rose, of better quality, better shape,
a better yielder, and more even in
size, in fact, all large potatoes and
no small ones. No preventing prov
idence, we hope to send to the state
fair one-half bushel, and that half
bushel just thirty potatoes, and fully
thirty pounds. Whv Not?
To the YoHBg .Msb.
It seems a marvel to us that so
many young men appear to. think
that it is more honorable to stand
behind the counter with lily-white
hands and hair parted in the middle
and measure calico and ribbon, or
weigh sugar aud hog-fat, than to
stand in the noble ranks of the far
mer or mechanic.
Do yon know that soiled hands
with a pure character are more to
be desired tbau dainty fingers and a
tarnished reputation ? Young man,
forever banish from your miud the
thought Hint honest toil is a dis
grace. No names shine forth with
lustre on the pages of American his
tory as do those whose minds were
cultivated under difficulties whose
will power waxed strong by over
Young Americans, more than the
citizens of any other nation have
boundless possibilities spread out
before them ; and there is no worthly
object that can uot be attained by
them, with a proper outlay of per-
severenco and eneryy.
Read the history of. our great
statesmen, patriots and inventors,
and you will find that nearly all
commenced their career at the plow
or work bench.
Make yourself useful ; and in the
avening of your existence as you go
up to the east window of your life
and gaze out toward the land of
your youth, uo cloud of vain regret
will dim the glory of life's departing
day, but with gladness, you can feel
mat tnc worm is uotter tor your
having lived in it. Nance County
The Heart' Secret.
It is well that no spectators are
permitted to catch a glimpse of our
heart's secrets ; that the door is never
opeued to let any one enter to view
our unseen ghosts. If we have our
songs in the night, our midnight
vigils, we care not the world should
witness our disappointments and
mishap. "Deep in each heart's un
dreamed, unsought recesses, lie
buried many a fond idol, many a
treasure. Our spectres stand before
us iu their dead form, aud we touch
their icy hands, press kisses on their
cold lips; they are constantly sauu
teriug out from their graves; we
sigh and weep because we cannot
clasp their living presence within
our arms, it is better the world
should not know our heart's secrets ;
its bitter scorn and its cold pity
would bestow little sympathy; it
would neither condole nor solace us
under merciless disappointment and
withered hopes. Wo mingle in the
whirling throng of human beings,
we cross the broad ocean, we travel
through foreign countries. Who
rends the heart's secrects ? To whom
are they revealed? They may be
guessed, conjectured, suspected, but
they are not voluntarily exposed.
We prefer to shut them up within
the recesses of our bosoms, far out
The water power of Niagara Falls
was the subject of a paper read by
Mr. Delano, of the Niagara National
bank, the other day, before the na
tional conveution of bankers held at
the Falls. It must have been an in
teresting subject, illustraded as it
was by the sight and sound of the
power itself. The recent mag
nificent inventions for utilizing elec
tricity in stationary and locomotive
machinery, and in lighting houses
and streets, have lent a new interest
to such great reservois of power as
Niogara. Electricity will trans
mit power to most distant points
and bring Niagaria to work in the
shopj iu New York or Philadelphia,
or cable it across the Atlantic to run
a traiu from London to Liverpool.
The potentialities of the electric cur
rent, opened up by late discoveries
made by men who devote their lives
to the study of the subject, surpass
the dreams of the most visonavy
scientists of ten years ago. Never
was there such activity of mechan
ical and motor invention as there is
to-day. One year of the latter half
of the 19th century is longer, meas
ured by the fruits that a cycle of the
middle ages. In this way the mod
ern man lives far longer than Me
thuselah. Lincoln Journal.
The Mitlnisht Sun.
In this latitude the sun goeBdown
at night and we retire to our couches
aud Bleep. In the morning the sun
returns and we arise to the pursuit
of our various daily avocations. But
in the Arctic region in the spring
the sun never sets. There is no
morning and no night. It is one
continuous day for mouths. At tirst
it seems very difficult to understand
this strange thing in nature. One
never knowB when to sleep. The
world seems to be entirely- wrong
and man grows nervous and rest
less. Sleep is driven from his very
eyelids, his appetite fails and all the
disagreeable results of protracted
vigils are apparent. But gradually
he becomes used to this state of
affairs, devises means to darken his
tent and once more enjoys his hour
of rest. In fact, he learns how to
take advantage of the new arrange
ments, and when traveliug pursueB
his journoy by night, or when the
sun is lowest, because thon he finds
the frost that hardens the snow a
great assistance in sledging.
They were two crafty and cau
tious old vags. They met in the
alley, looked each other over, and
one of them queried.
'Say, do you chew?'
He did, but he didu't want to
spare any. lie therefore replied :
Yes, I chew gum.'
Sorry,' continued the other aB he
hauled out a fine large plug and held
it up to the light. I don't use the
weed myself, and I was going to
give this to you. If I find any gum
in any of my travels through the
alleys, I'll bear you in miud. Tra-la.'
The height of meanness is to ex
ult iu its success.
ItKlCltNOA v. 1KI.A.KV.
Carried to the Supreme Court and
the Verdict of the Lower
The supreme court has just ren
dered a decisiou affirming the judg
ment of the district court in the
trespass case of Charles Erickson
against John Delaney. Erickson
brought action against Delaney iu
the county court, claiming that De
laney had pastured down and de
stroyed eighty to one hundred acres
of meadow land belonging to him,
Erickson, and whirh he was saving
for hay, by herding and pasturing
his cattle aud sheep on the same
without Erickson's consent and re
gardless of notices not to do so.
Delany claimed that the land in
question being "wild, unbroken, un
inclosed land," it was common to
the public and he and others had
been in the habit of pasturing the
the laud since the first settlement in
the neighborhood and had a lawful
right to do so until such time as the
lana snoum oe oroken up or en
closed. Judgment in the county
court was given plaintiff for .$25 aud
costs. Delaney then appealed to the
district court, and on trial there
judgment was again in favor of
Erickson for $70 and costs. The case
was then taken by defendent to the
supreme court. In an opinion filed
iu the caso in September, 1880, the
supreme court held in effect that the
owner of stock in this state has a
right to let it run at large upon the
wild, uninclosed, unbroken prairie
land of the state, without being lia
ble in trespass to the owners of the
land on which the stock might stray,
and reversed the case. Subsequent
ly on motion of plaintiff, a rehearing
was granted by the supreme court,
and the case waa reargued in July
last by Attorney Monger for De
laney, and Loorais for Erickson.
The decision just rendered affirms
the judgment of the district court,
thus holding in effect that though a
man may lawfully let his cattle run
at large upon the wild, uninclosed
prairie lands of the state, yet he may
not forcibly herd and pasture them
upon the grass land of another with
out the owner's consent and after
notice to keep them off. The opin
ion in the case is not yet filed, but
this is understood to be the ground
of the present holding of the court,
as it is the ground on which coun
sels for Erickson have prosecuted
the cause, aud on which the rehear
ing was granted by the supreme
court and the cause reargued in
July. Fremont Herald.
Lady readers who have uot tested
the magic properties of borax, have
been losing a great help and com
fort. If once used, you will never
be without it on your toilet table.
It removes stain and dirt trom the
hands better than soap, and at the
same time softens and smooths the
skin . It is splendid for washing
the hair, and will, without injurey,
clean brushes and combs in a few
moments. For washiug purposes it
saves both soap and labor. It will
oxtract the dirt from articles of deli
cate texture without rubbing, it be
ing only necessary to put the articles
in to soak with a solution of borax
over night, and need only to be rins
ed in the morning. Two table
spoons of pulverised borax dissolved
in a quart of water, to which water
enough is added to cover a pair of
blauket8,will cleanse them beuutiful
ly. It also saves great labor in washing
paint. It is said to drive away ants
and roaches, if sprinkled on the
shelves of safes aud pantries. Ex.
Mr. A. E. Touzalin presented the
Young Men's Christian Association
of Hastings one hundred dollars to
wards stocking a library. Touzalin
"the monopolist" gives one hundred
dollars to a town 150 miles from
where ho liveB, and the wealthy
anti-monopolists of this towu give
good advice to the editors how to
run a Temperance paRer, keep their
money in their pockets, and let the
poor women run around town and
beg for a few dollars to keep a
reading room aud library alive.
Mouth service ia a big thing iu a
good cause. Plattsmoulh Herald.
A Troy lawyer asked a woman on
the witness stand her age, and she
promptly replied : 'Old enough to
have sold milk for you to driuk
when a baby, and I haven't got my
He was about four years old, but
he was a hopeful youth. 'Papa, have
you done anything down town that
you think I ought to whip you for
if I were as big as you are?'
Usually the greatest boasters are
the smallest workers. The deep riv
ers pay a larger tribute to the sea
tnan shallow brook, and yet empty
themselves with less noise.
The secret of responsibility lies in
the strict observance of the follow
ing three rules: Live within your
means, always (ell the truth, and
keep good company.
"Are you going to the mat next
Sat?" "No, but I hau a brother
Nat who is rather fat and swims
like a rat; be goes to the mat every
Sat." How's that?
A number of shrewd detectives
are playing pedro for the drinks in
Missouri saloons and keeping a sharp
lookout through the windows for
the Jamea boys.
County Commissioner W. II.
Meod, informs us of an infallible
remedy for chicken cholera, whirh
he has tried with invariable hiioclt.?-.
As the ditiease is quite prevalent in
the country, we hope the reined''
may have a taithtul trial. It is
quinine, for a dose about ns much
as would cover a tinker nail, or lay
on the point of a long bladod pen
knife, administered every morning
until recovery takes place. He says
about two doses will stiflioe to effect
a cure. Vauhoo Independent.
A farmer named Drue, living in
Washington county, 111., was awak
ened the other night by a noise out
side of the house, aud going to the
door to ascertain the cause, he was
shot iu the head, terribly mutilating
and instautly killing him. No cause
The best receipt of going through
life happily is to feel that everybody,
no matter how rich or how poor,
needs all the kiudues he can get
If a man empties bis purse in his
head, uo man can take it away from
him. An investment iu knowledge
always pays the best iuterest.
It is said that benzine can be de
odorized by shaking it up with
quicklime about three ounces to
The mo9t delicate, the most sen
sible of all pleasures, consists iu
promoting the pleasures ol others.
A good life is always great.
Union Pacfic Land Office,
On Long Time and low rate
All wishing to buy Rail Road Lands
or Improved Farms will find it to their
advantage to call at the I. V. Land
Office before lookin elsewhere as I
make a specialty of buying and selling
lands on commission; all persons wish
ing to sell farms or unimproved land
will find it to their advantage to leave
their lands with me for sale, as my fa
cilities for affecting sales are. unsur
passed. I am prepared to make linal
proof for all parties wishing to get a
patent for their homesteads.
IQT'Heury Cordes, Clerk, writes and
SAMUEL C. SMITH,
Agt. U. P. Land Department,
o.w-y COLUMBUS, NEB.
Curo Palpitation of the Heart, Nervousness,
Handa and Feet, Pain in tho Back, and other
forms of Female Weakness. They enrich and
improvo the quality of the Blood, purify and
brighten the Complexion, allay Nervous Irrita
tion, and secure Refreshing Sleep. Just the rem
edy needed by women whose pole colorless faces
show the absence of Iron in the Blood. Remem
ber that Iron ia one of the confatitumts of the
Blood, and is the ureut tonic. Tiie Iron Pills
are also valuable for men who are troubled with
Nervous Weakness, Night Sweats, etc Price, CO
cents per box. Sent by mall. Addre&s,
CARTER MEDICINE CO.,
22 Park Place, New York.
Sold by Druggists everywhere-
Tkls Space Im Kenerved
Boots and Shoes.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ALL KINDS OF
Storeon Olive St., near the old Post-office
Columbus Nebraska. 447-ly
E OF GOOD CIIEER. Letnotthe
low prices of your .products dis
courage you, but rather limit your ex
penses to your resources. You can do
so by stopping at the new home of your
fellow farmer, where you can lind good
accommodations cheap. For hay for
team for one night and day, 25 cts. A
room furnished with a cook stove and
bunks, in connection with the stable
free. Those wishing can be accommo
dated at the house of the undersigned
at the following rates: Meals 'JO cents
bedslOceatB. . J. B. SENECA L,
i mile east of Gerrard's Corral
FARM FOR SALE
150 acres of good land, 80
acres under cultivation, a
2?ood house one and a half
story high, a goou stock range, plenty ol
water, and good hay land. Two miles
east of Columbus, inquire at the
Pioneer Bakery. 478-6m
CITY PROPERTY FOB
or Loins. . - tieakness, ai:u in "
Organ het-. r rciiiiru-ltfil iy privaio "gr.iur. .c ,.,.
lk-..w Jf voll ..re mitt'eriuif trom Female e.iknes. l.eueorrtioja, or any
dse"tuKiduey,lMHdiler. or Urinary Orns. YOU CAN IIK CUKBUt
Without "vallowln? nauseous, medicine by unply wearing
TKOF. GUILMETTFS FKEXCII KIDNEY PAD,
Whieh cure bv abi.orptioii. Ask your ilrupgiU for PUOF. OUILMETrE'd
FRENCH KIDS' KY TAD, and take no other, if he ha not got It. aend fl.W and
you will rcreiw the Pad by return mail.
TESTIMONIALS FROM THE PEOPLE.
Judok ItuciiANAN, Lawyer, T iedo, O.. says: "One of Prof. Gullniatt,
Vreueh Kidnuv Pads cured me o uiinibatgo In three weeks time, ily cam had
been given tip'liv the best Doe rs as incurable. During all thi time I suffdrsd
untold asr;onv and paid out large sura1 of money.
Gkokgk'Vkttki:. J. P.. Toledo, O., says: "I suffered for thre yean with
Sciatica aud Kidnev Diieae, and often had to go about on crutches. I wji en.
tirely and permanently cured after wearing Prof.Guilmette's French Kidney Pad
'Squihk X. C. Scott, Sylvania, O.. write: "I have beeu a great sufferer for
Ift years with Hrisjht's Disease ot the Kidneys. For weeks at a time m unabl
to get out of bed; took barrels of mediciiip, but they gate me only temporary
relief. I wore two of Prof. Guilmette's Kidney Pads nix weeks, and I now know
I am entirelv cured."
.Mrs. Ueli.kx .Ikkomk, Toledo. O.. says: "For years I have been confined, a
great part of the time to :ny bed, with Leucorrhtea and female weakneis. 1 wor
oue of Giiilinettc'9 Kidney Pads and was cured iu one mouth."
II. B. Grkkx, Wholesale Grocer, Findlay.O., writes: 'J suffered for 23 year
with lame back and in three week-iwas permanently cured by wearing oue of
Prof. Guilmette's Kidney Pads."
B. F. Kkesling, M. D., Druggist, Losransport. Intl., when sending in au order
for Kidnev Pad, writes: "I wore one of the tirst oues we had and I received
more benefit from it than anything I ever used. In fact the Pads give better
general satisfaction than any Kidnev remedy we ever sold."
Kay & Suokmakkk, Druggists, Hannibal, ilo.: "We are working up x lively
trade iu your Pads, and are hearing of good results from them every day."
PROkT GUILMETTE'S" FRENCH UVERPAD,
Will positively cure Fever and Ague, Dumb Ague, Ague Cake, Billious Fever,
Jaundice. Dvspepsia. and all diseases of the Liver. Momacb and Blood. Price
$1 .")0 bv mail. Send for Prof. Guilmette's Treatise on the Kidnevs and Liver,
free by'mail. Address I'KK.X'II IAI '0 Toledo, Ohio.
2S For sale by A. HKl.NT., iruggit, l olumbiis, Xeb.
ism . 1881.
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ers. Published at Columbus. Platte
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m E&8W I
NORTH-EAST OR SOUTH-EAST
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This Hoad together with the C. B. t (.
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Forms the most complete line between
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or .Missouri Kiver. 1'ast.engers
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Which has lately been completed.
Through Day Coaches,
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are nvs TO
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Where close connections are made in
Union Depots for all points orth,Kist
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in Nebraska and are therefore free
from the various accidents which
so frequently delay trains com
ing through from the mountain,
and passenge-e are thus sure
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in force in the State, a, well as full and '
reliable information required, can oei
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Agents at any of the principal sta
tions, or to
General Ticket Agent,
560-T OMAHA, NEB.
Five Hundred Dollars Reward
( Kit A Ml 1. 1. ION OF
FRENCH KIDNEY PADS
io ilro.ulv i.-cii sold in t!u i'imtr :tl Kr.not;
tr mit' of'w liicli lia givin perfect atisfaetou, ami
i per formed eur etr time when usetl !ccordlu
: diret tiou. now s.-iv tt tbe :t ill ic toil and doubt
tones that we will py the almte reward for a single
CASIO Of LAMK BACK
riiat the Tad fails to cure. This Great Heniedr 111
POMT1VKM and l'EKMASE.N Vl. mrtr Im ago,
Lame Back, Matted. Lrtirel. Diabetes, Dropsy. Bright' s
Disease of tin Kidneys, Incontinence dnd Retention oj
the I rme. Injtiimmutiuii uj the hidneys. Catarrh vj tht
m.ultUr. Utah Colored Urine. Pain in the Back; Sid
...... 11.IS...-.l..-.r.l... ll.. .I.l...a...l It.ln. 1
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