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WEDNESDAY SEPT. 2, 1885.
A. & N. TIME TABLE.
Leaves Columbus,. .8:10 a. m. 2:00 p.m.
" Bellwood .b:35 " 2:50
" David Citv 9:0 " :i:3-
Seward. " 10:10 " 6:03
Arrives at Lincoln 11:23 " 8:30
The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p.
m., and arrives at Columbus 7:15 p. m:
the freight leaves Lincoln at C a. m., and
arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m.
The Joubkal has decidedly the
largest circulation of any newspaper
published In Platte county and ! the
only one printed wholly in the coun
ty. The tlorRKAL ia the official paper
of the county, and publishes, by
authority, The proceedings of the
Board of Supervisors, the road noti
ces authorized, and all other county
printing required by law to be pub
lished in a county paper.
Fresh oysters at Vogel's. 2
- Come to the Fair.
Hear Van Wyck at the Fair.
A light rain Monday morning.
Remember that next week is
Follow the crowd from the Fair
Platte County Fair at Columbus,
Sept. 8, 9, 10, and 11.
Wanted, girl to do housework,
by Dr. C. B. Stillman. 19-1
Go to Hocahan's for custom work,'
only first-class in town. 2
Headquarters for machine oils at
Wermuth k Bcttlcher'e.
Millville Fruit Jar, the best made,
at J. & A. Heitkcmper's. 1
Three pounds honey locust seed
for $1 at J. B. Delsman's.
The best of Flour at the lowest
prices, at J. B. Delsman's.
The best goods for the least mon
ey at Honahan'a shoe store. 2
When you come to the Fair visit
. D. Fitzpatrick's toy store. 3-19-2
John Wermuth was on the "go"
last week, circling all around.
Mr. A. T. Kowo lost a horse Sun
day week, struck by lightning.
Bring your little ones to the Fair
and then to . D. Fitzpatrick's.
A young child of E.Johnson has
been very ill for several days past.
Pride of the Kitchen Soap, for
cleaning tinware, at Wm. Becker's.
Bkood Makes fob Sale. I have
twenty that I will sell. G.W.Elston.
Spooncr & Flynn will set fire
next Saturday to a 100,000 kiln of
The franio work of the second
story of Jxggi & Schupbach's new
mill is up.
Mouoy to loan on real estate. W.
B. Backus, attorney at law, 12th street,
S. S. McAllister, Esq., has a plum
tree now in full blossom it is its
Carl Kramer made a visit to Fre
mont Saturday last in the interest of
Judge Post's addition to his
dwelling house, begins to make a
Money to loan in almost any way
desired, on real estate security at Gus.
G. Bechor & Co's. 52-tf
The next Platte County Fair,
Sept. 8th to 11th, will be the best ever
held in the county.
The Domestic, light-running and
durable, cau be purchased of A. & M.
Turner or G. W. Kibler.
Gas. C5. Becker C.-Heai
aarter for cheap Steaaualp
Xicketm aeld ea tlaae. 45-tf
Wo have only two Refrigerators
left, which we offer at a reduced
price. Wermuth & Boettcher.
Wanted. By a single gentleman,
a furnished room. Private family
preferred. Apply at this office. 2
Holy communion will be cele
brated next Sunday at the Episcopal
church, Rev. Dr. Goodale to officiate.
Albert, son of J. Rasmussen, had
a narrow ?rapc from severe injury
or death last week, by falling from a
The North Bend Flail speaks of
Rev. Little having preached a sermon
there that warmed up the atmosphere
Herman Natenstcdt is putting up
a dwelling south of W. X. Hensley's,
and Fred. Schaflrotb one east of
Remember that the best Fair to
be held in Nebraska this year will
take place at Columbus, Sept. 8,
9, 10 and 11.
Guy C. Barnum lias lost about
$500 worth of hogs by the hog dis
ease. He thinks they have now quit
dying for him.
Das. Condon informs ns that the
survey has been made to Humphrey
of the Chicago & Northwestern road
Kramers are receiving a large
assortment of new goods. See their
big advertisement elsewhere in to
Joihn Timothy, Esq., dealer in
school books, stationery, etc., at Platte
Center is the authorized agent of the
Journal at that place. 5-tf
We are not one of those who ad
vocate the drawing of strict party
lines in county or township elections.
The Edwin Clifford Dramatic
Company has engaged the Opera
Hoase for Fair week. They are
known as first-class actors.
The school children, should not
'forget that Thursday, Sept. 10th, is
their day at the Fair. Don't fail to
come and have a good time.
G. W. Hoist's little boy " Dod "
was bit by a dog Saturday, the ani
mal's teeth siBkisg into the lash on
both side of the calf of his lag. -
Xa the Feeale efCslsmbas sutsl
I have .this day sold ont my busi
ness of groceries, crockery and glass
ware to From & Co., consisting of
Chris. From and C. W. Wake. Mr.
Wake is no sfrauger to you, having
been in my employ for several years
and Mr. From is well and favorably
known and I would ask all my old
friends and customers to keep right
on buying groceries, etc., at the old
place, knowing that the new firm will
give you satisfaction in every way.
1 Henry Ragatz.
Come to the fair.
Lost. Either at the Fair Grounds
or between that and Columbus, a
necklace belonging to Zura Morse,
with Zura engraved on the clasp.
Mrs. C. E. Morse.
Gates Bro's., of Richland, Neb.,
will accept thanks for a splendid
water-melon for the boys of this
office. They bring them to the city
by the wagon load.
Capt. John Hammond of this city
is one of the aides do camp of Gen.
Morrow, who is to command the
camp at Beatrice during the re-union
of the Grand Army.
Invitations are out for the mar
riage this evening of Mr.iR.-B. Kum
mer and Miss Ella M. Allen, at the
residence of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Allen.
The Banner Alliance and Grand
Prairie Literary will meet at the Red
enbaugh' school house Sept. 5th, at 8
p. m. AH are cordially invited. J.
S. Freeman, president.
Joseph Henggeler, tho enterpris
ing proprietor of the Columbus Brew
ery, has completed a brick addition to
his brewery, which is now one of the
largest and very best in the State.
Our readers will not fail to take
notice of the new advertisements of
From & Co., J. E. Munger, C. & L.
Kramer and Beardsley & Jewell, all
good dealers in their several lines.
Omaha Presbytery, in this city,
Sept 15, 7:30 p. m., continuing sev
eral days. Those of oar citizens who
attend the sessions will doubtless be
repaid for their time and attention.
Fred Jewell has united with Mr.
Beardsley in the marble business,
and will, as partner and traveling
salesman, see that the country shall
not suffer for want of marblo goods.
Money to loan at once and with
out delay on real estate, in large or
small amounts, on time to suit.
Promptly, quietly and at the lowest
possible rates. Apply to Gus. G.
Becber & Co. 19-tf
Messrs. Jaeggi & Scbupbach have
graded their lots between 12th and
13th streets, putting thereon a goodly
number of car loads of sand and soil,
which improve the appearance a
hundred per cent.
You will find it to your advan
tage not to buy a sewing machine
until you have canvassed the merits
of the light-running Domestic, sold
here by A. & M. Turner, only, G.
W. Kibler, traveling salesman . 2
Coming without fail, R. W. Wel
don & Co's. uew railroad show on its
own train. Keep your eye on day
and date. Circus, museum and me
nagerie. The only giant black Camel
in America. Columbus, Tuesday,
Chris. Johnson, of Looking Glass
Township was in the city Monday,
and gave the Journal office a pleas
ant call. He reports crops in his
neighborhood as being good and that
a few warm days will bring the corn
out all right.
"Why didn't Hensley got his ap
pointment, too, at the same time with
Higgins ?" says a citizen on the street
corner. "Easily enough explained,"
is the reply. "Higgins was a dele
gate to the national convention, which
C. Rasmussen of Chicago, a couEin
of Julius, was in the city Monday.
His wife has been visiting with
Julius's family the past month and
likes Nebraska very much. Mr. R.
is an extensive publisher of Skandi
navian books and newspapers.
Henry Ragatz, who has been in
the grocery business here since April
1879 aud gained the esteem of all who
have done business with him, has sold
his stock to Messrs. -Chris. From and
Chas. W. Wake, who are both well
known to this community as good
R. Hartman has removed his
book store further west on 11th street,
and has a nice establishment. Frank
Falbaum is the present efficient clerk
of the store, who will be pleased to
wait upon any who call. Mr. Hart
man is the agent here for the State
Journal line of blanks. 1
Nicb. Blaaser tells as that Wm.
Ernst came near losing a valuable
mare one day last week. The hired
man was using her in a hay rake,
when she became frightened, ran off
and plunged into the Platte river.
Nich's. son swam in and brought the
animal to shore, all sound.
Messrs. Gere, Cowdery and Bas
haw, secretaries of the railroad com
mission, stopped at the Columbus
depot Friday night last, and were
entertained by a number of our citi
zens. There were no formal com
plaints entered against the railroad
companies, but the desirability of a
new depot was set forth very
W. H. Tedrow, Esq., succeeded
last week in having Black, who mor
tally wonaded Dan. M. Regan, boaad
over to the District Court. There
were several points of law involved
in which the young attorney came' is
conflict .with each old stagers as
Judge Heist and-Neville. Trnth is
mighty, however, and the right tri
umphed i this case.
This ia Wert the Attcatlea eC
Damron's enormous stock of new
millinery and fancy notions will
arrive next week. 'Tis a solid fact
the finest line and latest styles ever
brought to Columbus. Will carry a
full line of arasene and a complete
line of fancy trimmings for fancy
work. An expert trimmer will ac
company the Bplendid line. Would
be pleased to prove all the above.
Call and see everything carried in a
first-class millinery and fancy notion
1 Dambon, Prop'r.
According to call, a goodly num
ber of ladies and gentlemen met at
the High School room Saturday
evening for the purpose of organizing
a literary association. Hon. Chas. A.
Speire was called to the chair, and
Chas. Briudley, Esq., selected as tem
porary secretary. Remarks concern
ing the benefits of such an association
and suggestions as to methods were
made by the chairman, by Prof. Cra
mer, W. A. McAllister, F. A. Clark,
John Eusden, Herbert Lawrence and
M. K. Turner. On motion of Mc
Allister, a committee consisting of
M. K. Turner, Miss Martin, Prof. L.
J. Cramer, Mrs. W. B. Backus and
Carl Kramer was appointed upon
constitution and by-laws, to report
at the next meeting. The committee
were also instructed to assign parts
for the meeting next Saturday even
ing, which is to be at the same hour
and place. On behalf of the com
mittee, a special, argent invitation is
hereby extended to all who desire to
become members of the association,
to be present next evening and take
part in shaping the organic law of the
same. There is no question but the
city needs just such a society as this
may be made, aud its meetings ought
to be well attended.
A New Baala
Capt. Wadsworth reoently pur
chased the two-story brick building
adjoining the Columbus State Bank
on the north, and has thoroughly
overhauled it and lowered the floor
of the first story to a level with the
sidewalk, thus making a higher
ceiling, and a much handsomer room.
The Capt. is now east purchasing a
full line of fresh groceries, with
which the Wadsworths will open up
business in a few days. Crockery
and glassware will also be specialties
of the business.
Many of our citizens will remem
ber that the Captain was formerly
engaged here in a like business, and
now returns to his first love, so to
speak, "to grow up with the country."
The Captain is well known as a
shrewd business man and those who
deal with tho Wadsworths can expect
to reap the advantage of bis knowl
edge and tact in purchasing the best
of goods at the most reasonable rates.
John U. Loseke, living near
Shell Creek, was fearfully mangled
Tuesday la9t. While using a two
horse bay rake in his meadow, the
neck yoke, came off, frightening the
team which ran away. The axles of
the rake were broken, throwing the
unfortunate man to the ground. He
had three ribs fractured and mashed
inwards, one eye protruded from its
socket, but was pushed back; his
head and face were considerably
bruised. At first, hopes were enter
tained of his recovery, but on Sunday
last he expired.
The debate heretofore advertised,
but postponed several times on ac
count of sickness, will take place at
the Redenbaugh school house, Satur
day evening, Sept. 26th, at 8 p. m.
The disputants are W. A. McAllister
and G. W. Hopkins taking the affirm
ative, and John Freeman and D. L.
Bruen the negative of the proposition :
"Resolved that the Republican party
should be in power." All invited.
The Journal Job department is
prepared to furnish, on Bhort notice,
all kinds of commercial work, such
as letter heads, note heads, bill
beads, statements, circulars, envel
opes, cards, dodgers, posters, &c. ;
visiting cards; lawyers' briefs;
pamphlets; catalogues; sale bills,
&c. Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders
by mail promptly attended to. Ad
dress, M. K. Turner & Co., Colum
bus, Nebr. tf
Higgins 6ays be can whip any
man who objects to the barbed wire
that he has stretched behind bis pony
on tho thills of the buggy to keep him
from lifting his heels. He says he
has got tired listening to advice from
other people as to the best way of
keeping down the aforesaid heels.
At the risk of still further incurring
his displeasure we suggest a ten
pound weight tied to the end of the
I hereby express my heartfelt
thanks to all my customers and
friends who have patronized me so
liberally during my business career
in Columbus. Whatever I may en
gage in hereafter, I feel that I have
the friendship and respect of all with
whom 1 have had dealings.
1 Henry Ragatz.
Fred. Schwank, of Colnmbus,
tore himself away from the society of
his best girl long enongh to come up
to Madison Saturday night and visit
over Sunday with his numerous
friends here. Fred, "is working on
Schroeder's big mill at Columbus.
A gentleman who endeavors to
keep posted on the general features
of railroads, predicts that the govern
ment or its assigns will have the TJ. P.
line in charge, while the branches of
that road will be owned and operated
by the B. & M. within the next three
Gerhard Heitkemper, son of the
jeweler, while performing on a cross
bar Monday fell, and broke his left
arm in two places near the wrist. 'The
little fellow bore the pain very hero
I. Gluck started Monday for
V. T. Price, of Albion, was in town
Mrs. John Hammoud was seriously
ill last week.
Mies Mamie Mullen is recovering
from her illness.
Chas. Brindley, Sr., is out again,
after a very serious illness.
M. D. Thurston has been very sick
the past two weeks of bilious fever.
Mrs. J. C. Echols is visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. H. Winterbotham, at
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Coffroth of
Lincoln, were in the city several days
Mrs. Hudson Murdock goes to
Glen Falls, New York, her old home,
on a visit.
Mrs. David Anderson starts to-day
for Cheyenne, where she will visit
for a few days.
Miss Nellie Maher, of Platte Cen
ter was a guest of Miss Sarah Fitz
patrick 'last week.
Mrs. A. T. Rowe and her young
daughter started for Maine one day
last week, on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Callaway, of
Bellwood, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Hill, of Missouri, were in the
The hog disease has struck up Shell
Creek, and several farmers have lost
considerable numbers. We learn,
too. that Gay Barnum, on the Loop
has lost 500 worth. When the
scourge strikes it seems impossible to
do much to save the afflicted hogs,
but the Journal believes that some
thing can be done by way of pre
vention, and the following: may be
commended as valuable: change of
pens, or cleansing and disinfecting of
old pens for this purpose is recom
mended, carbolic acid and chloride
of lime ; a box of concentrated lye to
a barrel of slop ; free use of sulphur,
salt and wood ashes; corn on the
Mr. J. N. Taylor, who has quite an
extensive hog ranche, has kept the
following mixtore where his hogs
have had free access to it, and he says
they use it of ton : 1 peck wood ashes
(can be had at the bakeries), 4 lbs.
salt, 1 lb. black antimony, 1 lb.
copperas, 1 lb. sulphur, K lb- saltpeter.
The Joubnal has time and again,
called attention to this scourge, and
admonished farmers of Platte to look
out for it.
Eastern Nebraska was scourged
last year, losing hundred of thousands
of dollars worth of hogs; Colfax
county is now undergoing what hap
pened last year to Dodge, Douglas,
Burt, Washington, Cass and other
counties. We cannot hope to escape,
but we may possibly mitigate the
The Episcopal convocation will be
convened (D. V.) on the evening of
Sept. 23, having been postponed one
week. The following are 6ome of the
services announced. It is called by
the very Rev. Millspaugh. Sermon
by the Rev. Dr. Brewster, rector of
Grace church, Baltimore. Probably
a lecture by Hon. J. M. Woolwortb,
of Omaha. The speakers in the ser
vices will consist of mauy of the
church clergy and laymen of talent
and devoted labors in the diocese of
Nebraska clergy: Rev. M. F. Cary,
Nebraska City ; Rev. Dr. McNamara,
North Platte; Rev. John Williams,
Omaha ; Rev. H. B. Burgess, Platts
mouth; Rev. John V. Lewis, D. D.,
Rev. Canon Doborty, L. T. D., Rev.
Deau Millspaugh, Rev. Canon Pater
son, Rev. W- G. Hawkins, Ulysses;
Rev. F. C. Eldred, Norfolk ; Rev. C.
L. Folfonb, Rev. E. T. Hamel, Crete ;
Rev. Mr. Hewitt, Fremont. Laymen,
Hon. Guy A. Brown ; Judge Wil
liams, Germantown, and others. Holy
communion will be administered on
the morning of the 24th. The Bishop
will preach once during the convoca
tion. The public are cordially invit
ed. The services will be instructive
and are intended to assist in extend
ing the usefulness of the parish and
develop the fulness of true church
life. Committees on tho reception
and entertainment of those from
abroad, and on mu;ic have been ap
pointed. Mesiffaatioa ef Mectemhla.
The Rev. S.Goodale, D. D., rector
of Grace Parish of the Episcopal
church in this city, baa tendered bis
resignation to the vestry, to take
effect Nov. 1, next, or sooner, if a
clergyman is secured for this pastor
ate. The increasing infirmities of age,
and the multiplied cares of the rectory
have led our venerable Father to re
tire from the activities of parish
priest. The servants of God who
have labored so long in word and doc
trine as has our rector, deserve and
will receive the kindest sympathy and
loving remembrance of the devoted
children of the church, and the bless
ings pronounced by the reverend
clergy are renewed in the answers to
earnest supplications and invocations.
The sincerity and piety of Father
Goodale are apparent to all , the ear
nestness and fidelity of his labors are
sealed to bis own glorious reward,
and the talents he has devoted to the
cause of Christ have been blessed of
God to the good of many souls.
The above reward will be paid for
the arrest and conviction of the per
son or persons who set fire to the
school-house in Dist. 28, Stearns pre
cinct, July 25th, 1885. For further
particulars apply to
Gus. G. Becheb & Co.,
17-3 Insurance Agents.
All parties knowing themselves in
debted to me are requested to call
around and settle inside of 30 days,
as I want my .money by that time
preparatory to engaging in other
business. Henrt Ragatz.
September 1, 1885. . . 19.3
The following is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining in the post-office, in
Columbus, Neb., for the weeK ending
Aug. 29, 1883:
W Mr. Ephram Brun, Mr. Wm. Bucss.
C Dr. L. Crain.
I Mr. Devinc.
F Mr.'A. W. Koote, Clint A. Foster.
J Amos. A. Uoosses.
J Miss Sarah Jansen.
M May Kustle.
M Peter Marines. Mr. Landora Mar-
shall, A. A. McClanoIas, Peter McGinnes.
S Joseph Sarzycki.
If not called for in 30 days will be sent
to the dead letter office, Washington, D.
C. When called for please say "adver
tised," as these letters are kept separate.
H. J. Hudson, P. M..
HIGGINS Fridar. Auir. 30. to Mrs. J.
G. Higgins, a son.
HOPKINS On August 30th, to Mrs.
Richard Hopkins, a daughter, weight,
eight and a half pounds.
O. V. Rice at his residence, Holger A.
Nyrop of Wheeler county, and 3Iiss
Karen M. Hansen of Grcely county.
CON LET Aue. 24. Frank, son of.Tohn
and Maggie Conley, aged sixteen months.
LUERS Aug. 2Sth, of cholera infan
tum, Ida, daughter ot Henry and Gesine
Luers.aged two years.
CLOTHER August 27th. of paralysis,
C. D. Clother, aged nearly 76 years.
Mr. Clother was a native of York state,
and camo west in 1855. Iu 1&39 he re
moved to Platte county locating on a
tarm south oi.the Loup. In 1867 he was
elected sheriff of the county, holding the
office one term. In 1869, he, with his son
George, erected the Clother Hotel, or
which he had continued to be one of the
proprietors. Mr. Clother had many good
qualities he was very tender-hearted
and generous-minded; he was very
strong in his friendships, and had a bluff,
hearty way that always ingratiated him
with the guests of the Some. The funer
al took place Saturday last from bis res
idence, and his remains were followed to
their long home by a very large concourse
of friends and acquaintances. Peace to
Advertisements under this head five
cents a line each insertion.
1 pay the very highest price for
bides and pelts, office at Cannon &
Weaver's. T. Keating. 4C-tf
For good young breeding stock of
all kinds, call at Bloomingdale stock
farm. A. Henrich. 30-tf
Wm. Scbiltz makes boots and shoes
in the best styles, and uses only the
very best stock that can be procured
in the market. 52t
Send orders to Mrs. Bushell, and
get a good job. 16-4
sLaad for Sale.
120 acres in Platte Co., 25 acres
broke. Address D. R., care of Jour
nal office. 4-tf
Piaae for Sale.
A good piano for sale at a bargain.
Call upon Mrs. Page, at the residence
of Chas. A. Speice. 12-tf
Fresh Cows! Fretta Cows!
I want to buy 20 good, No. I, milch
cows, fresh or coming in soon.
18-2 D. Anderson.
One second hand horse-power
(nearly new) of Aultman & Taylor
manufacture. Enquire of M. Whit
moyer, or Krause, Lubker & Co. 12tf
Ileaite aid kLet for Sale.
In the western part of the city.
Those wauting to pay all cash or ex
change horses or cattle for part of the
consideration, address D. O., care of
Joubnal office. 4-tf
A Mo. 1 Farm for Sale,
Containing 240 acres of choice land, 5
miles southwest of Humphrey, in thin
county. Terms reasonable. Fur fur
ther particulars inquire of or address
T. Keating, Columbus, Neb. 4-tf
Plenty of hard brick at Flynn's
brick ard, two and a half miles
north of Columbus. Delivered in
town, at the kiln, or put into the wall
at reasonable rates. We defy com
I am now ready to contract for
winter hay, by the load or stack.
Apply to John Plumb, three mileB
east of Columbus on Galley Bro's.
farm. Also oats and barley for sale.
la TkresBlasx Time
Nothing is handier for the farmers'
wife, easier on the purse, aud health
ier for all, than a supply of good mut
ton. For a nice fat sheep or lamb
call at Blonmingdale stock farm near
Postville. A. Henrich.
Laad for Sale or Heat.
2,000 acres of land for sale or cash
rent. Improved or unimproved farm
land, bay land, pasture and wood
land. Reasonable terms. Call at
once on Becher & Co., or the under
signed. 51-tf Patbick Murray.
A Saleadtd Farm for Heat.
A farm comprising 200 acres, of
which there are 130 acres in cultiva
tion, 40 acres fenced for hogs and cat
tle; the balance is hay laud. Good
stabling and plenty of water. For
further particulars call at this office.
St. FraaclV Academy.
St. Francis' Academy, under the
management of the Sisters of St.
Francis at Columbus; Nebr., will be
re-opened on Weduesday, Sept. 2d.
Pareuts wishing to give their children
a good education will have the oppor
tunity of doing so by sending them
there. Terms for session of five
months: Board and tuition, 150 00,
music extra. For particulars apply
to Sister Josepha,
I will sell at pnblic auction at my
residence two miles northeast of
Columbus, on Saturday, Sept. 5, 1885,
the following stock, to-wit : 41 cows,
11 two-year-old steers, 13 two-year-old
heifers, 13 yearling steers, 14
yearling heifers, 27 spring calves. 1
bull, 10 sows with litters of pigs, 10
stock bogs, 1 mare aud colt and 3
colts coming three-ycars-old.
Terms: All sums of $10.00 and
under, cash, over that amount 14
months time with good bankable
paper, bearing 10 per cent, interest,
10 per cent, off tor cash. Sale to
commence at 10 a. m. sharp.
John Hubeb, John Browner.
WERMUTH & BCETTCHER,
Heavy and Shelf Hardware,
Stoves and Tinware,
Pumps, Guns and Ammunition.
The Celebrated Moline Wagon Sold Here.
1885. FALL AND
Are now receiving their
. all to come and examine
New Hats and Caps,
New Boots and Shoes.
The largest stock and the lowest prices. Always
leaders and never undersold. A large assort
ment of Children's and Ladies' white and
Mm, Blankets, Cotton Flannel, Flannels, lite,
CARPETS, TARNS, ETC.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
It pays to trade at KRAMER'S at all times, but be
sure to come and trade there during
C fc L. KRAMER,
New York Cheap Cash Store, Columbus.
Tuesday, Sept. 8, '85.
R. W. WELDON & CO'S.
New Railroad Shows, Circus,
Organized Entirely of
NEW ACTS AND FEATURES.
Pronounced by Press and Public to
BE THE WOHDER EZHIBITIOH
ACKNOWLEDGED CHAMPION OP ALL OUR SHOWS
And King of the Road and Rail.
EVERY ACT PERFORMED AS ADVERTISED
Positively Coming Rain or Shine.
No willful falsehoods ; no weak promises ; no pic
torial lies ever disgrace the billboards of
this Colossal Aggregation.
PERFORMANCE IN II
Only picked Acrobats,
SULUTC ItS XLCttL
A FREE MENAGERIE!!
Of Open Dens in the 10 o'clock Street Parade.
Positively the best and largest association of
Gymnasts, Acrobats, reapers, iignu ana wire
Performers, Tumblers, Horizontal-Bar Perform
ers Aerial Artists. Athletic Actors and Champion
Sparrers that has ever appeared in this section of
the nnuntrv. see small
plete details of this Great Exhibition. Get up
early, catch the early train and do not' fail to see
Every morning of Exhibition Day. A general
holiday everywhere. The Workshops, Factories
Mines, etc., suspend for a day; Schools closing,
Banks and Commercial Houses adjourning, and,
all in all, a Grand Gala Day for Everybody. Will
COLUMBUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8.
WINTER ! 1885.
new stock and ask you
their goods and prices.
IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
Athletes and Artists con-
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LIFE INSUBANCE CO.
or ClaclBMtl, Obi.
John Davis, PrMidtat.
X. P. Marshall, Secretary.
Issues the popular Life Rate Endow
Over 500,000 sold ia Nebraska ia the
pst two years, and over 50,000 ia Co
lunbus. Also makes loaas on Real Estate oa
Iobjc time at a low rate of iaterest. Tor
terms apply to ....
M. D. THURSTON, Special Ag't.
Office: At Journal Sanctum, Co.
lumbus. Nebr. 40-tf
Crockery and Glassware
You will always tind a FRESH and well
Fancy Groceries amd Timm
Tarns a Specialty.
We handle the celebrated
fflfrheat market prloo paid for
City orders delivered free of charge.
eTTelephone No. 20.
FROM A CO.,
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Our quotations of the markets are oh.
tained Tuesday afternoon, and arc correct
and reliable at the time.
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Corn in ear .., ".
Corn shelled 'si
Oats new, lf
Potatoes, new 20"0
Shoulders. .. r8
FatHoss 3 1)003 30
Fat Cattle 2 SO& 0
Hard 14 00
Rock Springs nut Jj "JJ
Rock Springs lump 00
Colorado 0 00
BEARDSLEY & JEWELL,
uunnoTs, bsoHstqhes, sic etc.
This belnz the only shop in Platte
county where any curving or engraving
is done, we are, of course, euatld to give
better general siitUftction than any
11th St., south of Depot.
SPEICE & NORTH.
Qeaaral Agents for the Sale of
Union Pacific, and Midland i'acliic
R.R. Lands for sale at from $3.00 to10.00
per acre for cash, or on live or ten years
time, in annual payments to suit pur.
chasers. We have also a large and
choice lot. of other lands, improved and
uuiinproved, for sale at low price and
on reasonable terms. Also buaines and
residence lots in the city. We keep a
complete abstractor title to all real es
tate in Platte County.
AMI AYS OX HAND A FULL ANI
NEW LINE OF GROCERIES'
CANNED AND DRIED, of all KINDS,
GUARANTEED TO BE OF
DRY GOODS !
A GOOD A WELL SELECTED STOCK
ALWAYS AS CI EAP AS THE
BOOTS &SH0ES !
"THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
BUTTER AND EOGS
And all kinds of country produce ta
ken in trade, and all goods dcliv
eredfree of charge to any
part of the city.
KEEP ONLY THE BEST GRADES OF
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