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WKDKODAY 6EPTEMI1ER 29, 1.
A. AN. TIME TABLE.
Leaves Columbus.. .8:10 a.m. bW p. b.
Bsll wood... 8:85 " 2:35
" David City .9:00 " 3:20 "
Seward 10:10 " 6:00 u
Arrives at Lincoln.. 11:25 " 8:30 "
The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p.
m., and arrivea at Columbus 7:00 p. m:
the freight leaves Lincoln at 6 a. m., and
arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m.
Bead Kramer's ad.
Organs ! Call at A. & M. Tomer's.
Carpet slippers 35s at Uonahan's.
Kramer's ad. interests all. Read
Misses calf shoes 50c at Hona
Latest styles in dresd goods at
Gen. John M. Thayer was in the
Platte county Fair, Sept. 28 to
Oct. 1, Inclusive.
C. & L. Kramer make dress
goods a specialty.
Sheriff Gregg ot Kreiuout in
till unheal d from.
Best paints at rutuous prices, Co
lumbus Lumber Co. 50 2-tf
Mrs. VVr. II. Doildridgo U visit
ing frieiulu iu the cit
School books, bWnk book. E L.
FilzpHtrick, 13th strn-l. ti lti'.t
--"Jitck" Martin waa doivu Irutii
Silver Creek last week.
Piauoa, orgauc, mimic, etc., E. I).
Fitzpatrick, 13th Hrwl. lt
If you waut bargiiu in boots
and shoes go to Ilotiahaii'a.
Sale bills printed at the Jouunal.
office, all Kt)les and pricey.
Couio to the Platte Omuty Fair
for everybody will be there.
Uev. S. Goodale came down
from Rapid City lat week.
Wanted. A school by a male
teacher. Box 127 Columbus. 2p
Hon. John A. Kehoe of Platte
Center was in town Monday.
John Beitkemper was on a
visit to Platte Center, Monday.
Eight pounds of pure Ohio ma
ple sugar for $1 at Kasmuseen's.
Best paints in market at unheard
of prices, Columbus Lumber Co.
Fresh oysters of the best quality
alwayB on hand at Raemusscn'e. 1
Hon. J. G. Higgins came down
from Grand Island Saturday last
Esquire Caldwell was a sojourn
er in the city a few days last week.
Gents' fine calf shoes at bottom
prices at Honaban's cheap shoo stboo.
W. H. Randall recently sold
fifty-ono Bteers at f 50 each a good
Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Henry re
turned from their eastern visit Fri
J. U. Reed returned Friday
from the east, very much improved
Mrs. J. L. St. Clair fell down
cellar last week and got pretty
Phil. Best's Milwaukee beer
always ou draft at P. J. Smith's on
11th street. 15
Ladies go to Kramer's for new
Frank Mitcbel, a former Colum
bus boy, is down from the Black
The Journal, is prepared to do
all kinds of job work, commercial
Mr. Loeb, of Chicago, father of
Mrs. Carl Kramer, is visiting in the
city this week.
Just received, the finest stock of
hanging lamps and parlor lamps, at
A. Y. Miller is down from
Wheeler county, looking in excellent
health and spirits.
Mrs. W. H. Randall has gone on
a visit to her old home in New York
the first in eleven years.
Complete stock of dinner sets
and tea sets, no west patterns, just
received at Oehlrich Bros.
Leopold Jseggi, so we learn, is to
put up a $4,000 residence on 11th
street, near John Stauffer's.
Brother Saunders of the Platte
Center Argus called en us last week
when iu the city. Come again.
Harry E. Phelps, editor of the
Schnylor Herald, was in town Mon
day and gave us a fraternal call.
Be sure to read Kramer's ad.
It has been announced that the
M. E. church will be dedicated one
week from next Sunday, Oct. 10.
Attend the Fair this week. All
appearances indicate the best ex
hibit in the history of Platte county.
Prof. J. E. Moncrief, principal of
the Genoa schools, was in the city
Saturday, looking as robust as usual.
A man is in town with a good
ked telescope, through which yon
can gaze at the heavens for 10 cents a
The work of digging ditches for
the water mains commenced Wed
aeeday morning last oa Eleventh
Sale at John Shannahan's near
Lindsay P. O., Oct. 4th; horses,
cattle, hogs, farm implements mad
faraa of 160 acres.
The delinquent tax-list is in the
buds of the printers, and will ap
pear in the 'next issues of the
Democrat and Joubnal.
For a piaao, organ or sowing
machine, call or addresa A. M.
Traar, who will at tkat ia
placed, and gear aatee aatiifactiea.
Read it through Kramer's sd.
Wasted. A .girl to do general
house work.. Call at reridrace ef A.
Anderson on 15th street.
A. M. Parsons ef Scheyler, was
ia towu Wednesday last kbakiug
hands with his old-time friends of
Robt. O'Brien, of the Humphrey
Independent, was in town 8atarday
last and gave the Journal boys a
The firm of Wermoth Bcett
eher has become Boettcher & Ker-
senbrock, John H. having purchased
into the firm.
The Joukkal. is on sale, each
week, at the book end news store ef
E. D. Fitzpatrick and R. Harttman, at
5 cents a copy.
Follow the crowd
See Galley's new advertisement
in today's Journal. He believes in
printer's ink, and he has a hoase
chock full ef goods.
Messrs. Luers and Schaffroth
have furnished the Park and Lake
Co. with one of their Challenge
wind mills for pumping water.
Jaeggi & Schupbach of this city,
took the first premium on flour in
three different classes at the state
lair. They bad a splendid exhibit
The official proceedings of the
t'ouuty Supervisors have not yet
reached us from the Clerk's office
they will be lengthy when they come.
The ladies of the- aid society of
il.u M. E. church will give an oyster
M.jiper lb evening of (be 29th and
30th at the Hammond House, price
Mr. B. R. Cowdery, who has
been very ill for some time, grtw
maidenly worse last Wednesday, the
.'rieudn almost despairing of her life,
tor a time.
Rev. A. W. Suider attended the
meeting of the York Baptist Asso
ciation I list week and goes to the
Eikhorn and Loup Associan this
week at Stauton.
Last week the W. C. T. U. had a
session at the Congregational church,
this city, Mrs. Hichcock of Fremont,
presiding, and Mrs. C. G. Hickok,
We go to press Tuesday morn
ing, Urn week, to give the boys of the
office a chance to attend the Fair.
The holidays a printer gets are earn
ed by extra work.
Milton Reader who returned last
week from a two weeks' visit to his
parents at Ovid, Michigan, says that
that state has aa average crop and is
in a prosperous condition.
Drs. Martyn & Schng relieved
Sam. Rickly of a tape-worm Wed
nesday last that measured sixty
soven feet in leugth; Sam. says it
was only the last halt of it
Greisen Bros, ft Co. have just
opened up one of the finest lines of
goods ever brought to Columbus.
They talk to tno public tnrongn a
new advertisement this week.
Miss Lizzie Davis, Mrs. J. W.
Early, Mrs. J. D. Brewer, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Routson, Wm. Tyrrel,
Mrs. Wm. Walker and Mrs. M. Abts
attended the fair at David City last
The steel bands for the stand
pipe arrived last week, and a party
examining them at the depot Sun
day estimated that 9,950 rivets would
have to be clinched in patting them
Oliver Risher of Platte Center
was in town Saturday and gave the
Journal a pleasant business call.
He reports Platte Center as doing
well this season in the way of im
provements. 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 Gas. G.
Becher ft Co.
Th experts, who examined the
Fremont waterworks, reported, in
brief, that the pump was not quite
what it should be, and that the
water supply lacked considerable of
being up to the mark.
Miss Kittie Cowdery was sum
moned home from Brownell Hall
school at Omaha last week on ac
count of the serions illness of her
mother, who, we are pleased to note,
is now much improved.
We learn that on Thursday next
at the Fair Grounds a game of base
ball will be played between Colum
bus and Albion nines for a purse of
100. Base ballists are somewhat
agitated over the event.
B. H. Gonlding of Lincoln, an
old-time newspaper acquaintance of
the editor, called on ns Thurs
day last, while in town on insurance
business. B. H. is about as much of a
politician as he ever was.
Senator Van Wyck and wife
were in town Friday night, returning
'from David City, where the General
made a speech to a very large and
enthusiastic assembly, in attendance
on the Bntler County Fair.
Miss Belle Parsons is succeeding
finely with her elocution class. It is
increasing in numbers, and, ia a
short time, will probably have a
more central location, viz, the large
hall over Fitzpatrick's store.
Several Colambas people were
at the Batler County Fair last week,
among whom we recognized Mr.
Raymond aad son, L. H. North, Mr.
end Mrs. L. D. Clark, Dan Condon
aad daaghter, aad W. Rontsoa.
A large party of excursionists are
expected from Albion Thursday
aext to witness the game' of ball
between representatives ef these two
towns. The Albion hoys are coming
down loaded for "bar aad will give
oar hoys a close 'tussle'
-A saaa skipped his board blir at
Shepherd's last Saturday, takiBg
with him seme small tarns of hor
rowed noaey, bat Mr. Shepherd
overheated hisa by telegraph at
Maason and had him broeght back.
The ladies of the Women's Cbri
:ian Temperance Union made a can
vas of the city last week soliciting
subscriptions for the maiateaaace of
a library and reading room ia Co-'
laaibos. A very commendable en
terprise for any city.
Bafalo Bill's WUd Wast show
closed at Mariner's Harbor, N. Y.,
last Satariay. Ia Nevember they
open ia Madison Sqnare Garden.
In early April they sail for Europe.
Fred. Matthews has made his engage
ment for the European tour.
This week will be aa eventful
one in Nebraska for the politicians
and, later oa, for -the people. Polit
icial leaders and workers 'should do
their work as being responsible to
the people for their acts, because
they have their iaterests ia trust.
The new M. E. church of this
city will be dedicated one week from
next Sunday. There will be an
effort made to have all the M. E.
ministers who have formerly filled
the pnlpit here present on the occa
sion and take part ia the exercises.
Dr.?. Chas. Willy has loeated in
this city for the practice of his pro
fession. Ho comes among us highly
recommended, and may be found at
his office three doors west of Dr.
Hciniz's drog store on 11th street.
See his card in this issue of the
"Jack" Ellis leu Friday - night
last tor National City, California. He
has been employed on the farm of
C. E. Morse the past four years and
was always found at his post of duty.
He will be missed by his numorous
trieuds here. Mr. Wm. Lisco, sr.,
T. Baumgart, a genial, enter
prising business man recently arrived
from the east aud has located in this
city in the boot and shoe business,
Utirtman's old stand on 11th street,
where he will be pleased to meet any
one wishing anything in bis line.
Read bis advertisement.
The Lake and Park managers are
having considerable done this fall.
Eighteen scrapers were at work last
woek and did a considerable
amount of excavating. Some of the
young folks of the city are already
suggesting what a fine skating rink
it will make this winter.
Ebenezer Gray and his aunt Mrs.
Phoebe Moore arrived in the city
Thursday, and went over Friday to
Osceola to visit Wm. Welch's family.
They, with Miss Mattie Cochran,
take the train here for Colorado
Springs. Thoir old Ohio friends, the
Journal family, were very glad to
Fare f the Fair.
C. s'. Stebbins, Geu'l Ticket Ag't of
the Union Pacific, has informod J. G.
Routson, Sec'y of the Driving Park
and Fair Association, that the rail
road fare will be reduced from sur
rounding territory to one and one
third fare one way, as far as Fremont,
Central City, Norfolk, Albion and
Cedar Rapids. 21-3
Bay the Whitehill sewing ma
chine at A. ft M. Turner's. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction in
every particular. It is one of the
very best machines sold, is handsome,
durable, strongly-built ; Is easy run
ning, is very easily managed, and
makes a neat stitch. Yon will save
money by examining the Whitehill
before purchasing. Give your orders
to G. W. Kibler, traveling salesman.
The Journal job department is
prepared to furnish, on short notice
all kinds of commercial work such
as letter heads, note heads, bill
heads, statements, circulars, envel
opes, cards, dodgers, posters, &c. ;
visiting cards; lawyers' briefs;
pamphlets; catalogues; sale bills,
ftc. Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders
by mail promptly attended to. Ad
dress, M. K. Turner ft "Co., Colum
bus, Nebr. tf
A goodly number of our citizens
have gone to Lincoln to assist in se
curing for oar eminent townsman,
Hon. Leander Gerrard, the nomina
tion for governor, aad we hope to
placo his name in oar next issue, as
the standard bearer for the republi
can party in Nebraska in the coming
campaign. If he is nominated and
elected, the people may confidently
expect to have the duties of that
high office faithfully discharged, and
justice done to all interests.
A portion of Platte Co's. del
egation to the Republican
state convention attended the
congressional convention of the
First District at Beatrice last Thurs
day evening as ' lookers-on. The
Howe Church was very orderly.
PatO'Hawos was called on for a
speech, and at the close asked for an
expression of preference by the con
vention of a repablicaa caadidate
for aext president. None were men
tioned but Logan and Blaiae, oae
side yelling the other down ; a divis
ion of the house being called for,
K was plainly evident 'that Blaine
was far ahead ia that crowd.
Madison County Fair, Oct. 7-9.
Boone County Fair, Oct 5-8.
Platte Countt Fair, Columbus
Sept. 28-Oct. 1.
Democratic State Convention at
Hastiags, Oct. 7.
Repablicaa State Coaveutioa at
Lincoln, SepL 29.
Repablicaa Coagressioaal Conven
tion Third District, Fremont, Oct 1.
Democratic Coagresaieaal Conven
tion Third District, Norfolk, Oct. 5th.
Repablicaa Platte County Conven
tion, adieuraed session, at Platte
Center, Saturday, OcC9tfa.V
" - nUanaavrk Xawsislilm. "
Bismark is still booming.
Threshers are making the grain
Everybody is getting ready for the
John G. Dreher is celling the
greater part ul his bay.
The Bismarkers are getting ready
Wm. Scbreiber is improving the
buildings on his fatm.
Messrs. Heiden and Noureburg
have each purchased a new wagon.
O. D. Butler's brother from Boston
is visiting him.
Robert Heiden and Emil Carr are
going with the steam thresher.
Matthew Folts is running William
Gerholdt's threshing machine.
George Hodol has a large numbor
of fine cattle which be is feeding.
This would be an excellent time
for plowing, if the ground wii9 not
nUMI WW IM BUM IU IIUglOBS
bridges being put iu, and roads be
ing graded up.
This weather has Rome resem
blance to summer weather, the
thermometer standing 94 in the
Messrs. Wagironer and Barnes'
engineer left for Iowa last week to
see his wife, who waH sick and not
oxpectpd to live; she recovered, J
however, and he relumed on the
John G. Dreher, sr. loft for Ar
apahoe, Nebraska, li-t wek to visit
his two 1vigliien, M r. John L;tinp
and Mrn. William Schnteo, who re
side there; ho expects to look up a
location and remove ! lliat viciniU
There whs a caucus a Ahrc-nsV
Krhool house on lower Shell Crek,
on the 25lli, for the iurpune of nomi
nating candidate) for fall election:);
we bavo not heard the result yet,
but are pretty euro the best men
were nominated. Chaklfs.
Frenioat Convention. Redacetl
Do I en ales to tho Third Republican
congressional convention, to be held
at Fremont on October 1, 138G, will
be furninhed transportation over the
Union Pacific roads, and Sioux City
& PaciGc and Fremont, Eikhorn &
Mi(6onri Valley railroad at ouc aud
one-third fares for round trip. Dele
gates will each pay full tare to Fre
mont, taking receipt from their lo
cal agont. On surrender of such re
ceipt they will be furnished return
ticket for one-third fare.
Fremont, Sept. 20, 18SG.
L. S. Irving, J. W. Love,
ntenabllcaa Coaaty Coaveatiea.
Notice in horeby given that the
Republican County Convention ol
Platte county will convene pur
suant to adjournment, at Platte
Center, on Saturday, the 9th day ot
October, 188C, at 2 o'clock p. m , for
the purposo of nominating a county
ticket and selecting delegates to the
senatorial and float representative
A. M. Post,
Beat la tae World.
Ottumwa Lily Corn Starch has been
brought to the highest attainable
quality by employing the best skill
and scientific aid that money can fur
nish. It is the most strengthening
and health-giving food now before the
public, and is especially recommend
ed for children and invalids. Every
package guaranteed strictly pure.
Remember and ask your groce& for
Lily Corn Starch.
ateeltcaer aad Kemeabreck
Thankful for the very liberal
patronage bestowed upon the old
firm, we respectfully ask a con
tinuance, which we hope to deserve
by selling good goods at fair prices,
and doing all in our power to ac
commodate our customers.
1 Boettcher & Kebsenukock.
Dr. Pewerii Deatlut,
Will be in his office the laBt three
days of each week, Thurs., Fri., and
Sat. One set of teeth out of every
10 sets given away. 4-tf
Faraen, Leek Here.
Thirty bead of tino young western
mares for sale all in foal ; must be
closed out at once. Cash or on time.
23-2t C. C. Miller.
Finnen Monday, September 20th,
Michael Fiuuen, aged 54 years, 8
The death of Mr. Finnen's daugh
ter, Mrs. John Fitzpatrick was re
corded in last week's Journal. Mr.
Finnen was sick last spring, of ty
phoid fever, and, it is said, never
fully recovered his health.
Schram At St. Paul, Sept. 27th,
9 a. mi of Bright's disease, Michael
Schram, aged 40 years.
The deceased was a former citizen
and merchant of Columbus, a genial
gentleman beloved by all who knew
him, He had been complaining of
illness all summer, but, we believe,
was not thought to be very seriously
ill until lately. Dr. Scbug, of this
city, was called to see him last week,
but pronounced him beyond re
covery. Aa invitation was sent out Mon
day by Wildey Lodge I. O. O. F. of
this city for the brethren to atten d
the funeral at 1 :30 p. m. of the 28th.
Adrertisementa under this head fiv
cents a line each insertion.
Hides, peltp, wool and poultry,
highest price paid. Office at Jaeggi
& Scbopbacb'a old stand. T. Keat
For good yonng breeding stock of
all kinds, call at -Bloomingdale stock
farn. A. Henricb, Platte Center P.
0.,Nb. c " 30-tf
Wm. Scbiltz makes boots and shoes
in the best' styles, and uses only the
very best stock that can be procured
iu the market. 52 1
A . 1 Kara ftor Sale,
CiMitaiuing 240 acres of choice land, 5
miles routhwest of Humphrey, in this
county. Terms reasonable. For fur
thi r particulars inquire of or address
T. Keating, Columbus, Neb. 4-tf
Residence house and four acres of
land under cultivation, east of Hig
gins' trrove, just outside of city.
Price $1600. Enquire at residence, of
Mr. or Mrs. Geu. N. Derry. 15 tf
Tate meat Keller date silage ia
Every farmer should use them.
Sold by D. Anderson. 22-tf
money ! Money Z
Persons desiring small loans on
short time Bhnuld call on Coolidge &
Wheeler; chattel mortgago security
or good bankable paper.
18lf Coolidge & Wheelek.
la llarveat aad Tkreshlajr
Nothing is more wholesome and
nice for all and handy for the busy
farmer's wife and easier to keep than
a supply of good Iamb or mutton.
Call at Bloomingdale stock farm for
a nice fat sheep or lamb.
A. II EN RICH.
New Second-nand Mtere.
Storrs Bros, will open a second
hand store on north (tide track op
posite Fricdh'if & Co's. on corner,
trhare they will buy all kind o
second-hand and bankrupt goods;
thojo having go.-iN of this k;od wi5!
do well to call and fee them It
l.ucrN A 44-It2tath,
Will put o:i our Comity Fair
(i round i hi re!, a 1-1 ft- l)i:b!e
Ileader. Chttllengo, power wind mill
tor grinding and ehelliusr corn and
pumping water. All fanner-, phould
come to tho Fiir, and not mins seeing
that mill. 1
WHEREAS, A JOINT RESOLUTION'
was adopted ly tho legislature of
the St-itc of Nebraska, at the Nineteenth
St'DMOii thereof, and approved March 5th,
A. D. lbS."), jiroo-ini; an amendment to
Section lour (-t)o! Article three (3) of
the Constitution of -aid State, and that
:-aid section as amended, shall read as
'Section 4. The term of office otmem
!er of the Legislature shall be two
ears, and they shall each receive y at
the rate of live dollars per diy during
their sitting, and ten cents for every
mile thev Minll travel in going to and re
turning from the place ot meeting of the
Legislature, on the most usual route;
Provided, however. That they shall not
receive pay for more than sixty days at
any one sitting, nor more than one hun
dred days during their term; that
neither members of the Legislature nor
employes sb.ill receive any pay or
perquisites other than their salary and
mileage. Each session, except Ppecial
sessions, shall be not less than sixty
davs; after the expiration of forty days
of'the session no bills nor joint resolu
tions of the nature of bills shall be in
troduced, unless the tiovernor shall by
special message call the attention of th
Legislature to the necessity of passing a
law on the subject matter embraced in
the message, and the introduction ofbilN
shall be restricted thereto; Provided,
The ballots at said election shall be in
the following form:
"For proposed Amendment to the Con
stitution relating to the Legislative De
partment.' 'Against proposed Amend
ment to the Constitution relating to the
Therefore. 1, James V. Dawes, Gov
ernor of the State of Nebraska, do hereby
give notice in accordance with Section
etna (1), Article fifteen (15) of the Con
stitution, and the provisions of an act
entitled "An act to provide the manner
of proposing amendments to the Con
stitution and submitting the same to the
electors of the State," approved Feb
ruary 13th, A. D. 1377, that said proposed
amendment will be submitted to the
qualified voters of this State for ratifica
tion or rejection at the general election
to be held on the 2d day of November, A.
In Witness Whkiikok, 1
have hereunto set my hand and
caused to be affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln, this
Twenty-sixth day of July, A.
D. 18S0, the Twentieth year of
the State, and of the Inde
pendence of the United States
the One Hundred and Eleventh.
Ry the Governor,
Jamks "NV. Dawes.
E. P. Roggkn,
Secretary of State. 4 Aug 3m.
This Space is Reserved
Boots and Shoes,
R. O. BOYD,
Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware !
Job-Work, Boofine aad Gutter
ing a Specialty.
IQTShop on Olive Street, 2 doors
north of Brodfeuhrer's Jewelry Store.
COLUIBUS LUMBER COMF1
Will Save You
Heavy and Shelf Hardware,
Stoves and Tinware,
Pumps, Guns and Ammunition.
The Celebrated Moline Wagon Sold Here.
OUS. . BECHER.
GUS. G. BECHER & CO.,
Real Estate and Insurance Agt's,
HI aey t Leaa on Farms at lowest rates of interest, on short and long time,
in amounts to suit applicants.
CfeMBlete AtMtract ef Title to all Real Estate in Platte county.
Notary Public always in Okkicjc.
Parai aml City lrperty Tor MtIe.
lanaraace against Fire, Lihtiiiu autl Torn.idoes. Life and Accident Insur
ance, uuuc but the very best cuuip.iuies rcpr -siMiled
MteanaMkipTicketM to and from all purls in Kurope. tJSjuly'Mi-y
Money to loan on improved farms in this and adjoining
counties, at current rates. We are prepared to close loans
promptiy, in all cases where title and security are satisfactory.
Office with H. J. Hudson, on llth street. I2m3
C. $ . KRAMER always lead. Wc have just received
our full Fall stock of
Ladits' and Children's Undtrwcar,
Cloaks, Yarns, Etc., Etc.
We will make yon the LOWEST
We will SAVE YOU MONEY, if von
We also Oarry the Largest Stock of
Clothing and Boots and Shoes
Pants and Overcoats to Order.
Without quoting prices today, we assure vou that we will sell the cheap
est and have FRESH, NICE GOODS. '
OR MONEY REFUNDED !
-We carry NOVELTIES and LATE STYLES, such as vou find no
where else. Come and trade with us, or send for samples or .-ond us mail
New York Cheap Cash Store, Columbus, Neb.
Money. Got Prices
PRICES. Come ami trade with
have to come 50 miles.
HAS OPENED A NEW
lAfiTUfS OLD STAID 01 lltt ST.,
WHERE US KKKP3 A KICK UXI OF
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Gentlemen's Fine Boots,
EVKUYTIIING KEPT IN A FIUST
CI.ASS BOOT AND SHOE ES
TABLISHMENT. KIDIH DONE ILSO.
unrBKU. ss. co.
v Bas and Iron !
Tin highest mnrkrt prire paid tor rags
Hint iron". Store iu the Uubaeh building,
Oiive -tt., Coluuibuu. Nob. 15-tf
Crockery and Glassware
You will always tind a FltESil and well
Fancy Groceries and Fine
Teas a Specialty.
W! hnnc!l the celebrated
Hitches! mnrlcct price pnlJ ics-r
City orders delivered free of chary
ESTTtfU'iilione N. tic.
FROM & WAKE,
BEARUSLEY & JEWELL,
lis only liarllo Works ia Mo Co.
We Uiiulle all standard trades of
marble and granite both FUKEKiN and
AMEKICAN, employ the most skilled
workmen, and will compete with any
marble worktt in the state.
C.dl and ue our work, whether ou
are ready to buy or not; or if not con
venient, send us jour address and we
will end price or call on you.
by the ton or c-ir-lo id.
llth St., south of U. P. Depot,
SPE1CE & NORTH.
General Agents for the Saleol
Union Pacific, and .Midland Pacific
R.R. Landhforsaleat from$U.0 tc10.00
per acre for cash, or on tive or ten year
time, in annual payment? to uh pur
chasers. We have .ilsc. a lar:t aEd
choice lot of other lands. Imj.rovi-tf ar d
unimproved, for sale at iow prire and
on reasonable termu. Alobtisina and
residence Sots in the eity. "U e kep a
complete abstract of title io all real es
tate in PUttc County.
ALWAYS ON HAND A rl 1.1. A.
.EWLISEOif OK -Ci.ltlllt
CANNED AND Dill ED. ot -ill MINDS
GUARANTEED 'lO P-L vf
DRY GOODS i
A GOOD & "WELL SELECTED STOCK
ALWAYS AS CHEAP AS THE
BOOTS & SHOES !
ETTHAT DEFY COMPETITION. Jgj
And all kinds of country produce ta
ken in trade, and all goods deliv
ered free of charge to any
part of the city.
KEEP ONLY THE BEST GRADES OF
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