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WEDNESDAY JAS..'), 1887.
A. &N-TIME TABLE.
Leaves Columbus,. .8:10 a. m.
" David City 9:00 "
" Seward. . 10:10 "
Arrives at Lincoln .11:35 "
1 :50 p. ni.
The passenger leaves Lincoln at 3:55 p.
la., and arrives at Coluuibus 7:00 p. m;
the freight leaves Lincoln at 0 a. in., and
arrives at Columbus at 1 p. m.
W. H. Head is improving.
Follow the crowd to "FilzsV
Money on real estate. Henrich.
A pretty severe snap of weather.
Organs ! Call at A. & M. Turner's.
Money on town property. Hen
rich. 24 below zero Saturday morn
Men's boots at $1.50 pair at
Friedhof &Co'e.. 8 24-tf
New carpet and oil cloth, at
Friedhof & Co's.
Judge HIggins was in town Sun
day and Monday.
Clothing! Clothing! Buy your
clothing at Kimer't. . 37-2 1
--School books, blank books, E. D.
Fitzpatrick, I3th street. 2-l(5tf
We are stilj gelling $2 00 over
coats. C. & L Kramer.
Great reductions on cloaks and
dress good at Kramer's.
Pianos, organ?, music, etc., E. D.
Fitzpatrick, 13th street. lGtf
We know the bept place to in
sure is with L W. Henrich. G-37-lt
Go to Houahan's for custom work,
only firel-class shop in town. 2-37-4t
All wool, red twilled flannel 25
cents a yard at Friedhof & Co's.
If you don't see Henrich, before
you insure, you will luee morp y.
Feather and fur triimniugq, in
large variety, at Friedhot & Co s.
Go to Honahan ior boots and
shoes, bargains to cash customers.
W. H. Thurston oJ this city has
been drawn as a U. S. r rand juror.
A good as the beef, and as cheap
as the chrapett, at J. 1. Del6iiian'e.
Overcoats at tho Iqwcsi prices.
Apple cider, tresh and sweet, 40
cts. a gallon, at W. A. Schrocder's.
The finest lino ot ladies' wraps at
.1. & A. Ueltkcmper will pay the
highest prices for good table butter.
Money to loan. P. W. Henrich.
Men's all-wool, t-entlot shirts and
drawers, at 50 cents. Friedhof &
Dclsman keeps good goods, and
will not allow himself toe under
Always Fkksh St. Louis Anheuser-Busch
Beer at Will. Schroe
Boiled cider for making mince
meat and applo butter, at Weaver &
Thos. Terrel, of Atchison, visit
ed his brother William two days of
Mrs. Carl Schubert visited
friends in Schuyler the first part of
A full line of glassware, lamps
and queensware at J. & A. Heit
kemper's. California strained honey at 12
cents per pound at J. & A. Heit
kempcr's. Going to pi ess Tuesday cveuings,
we have nothing now to say of St.
The Journal is preparod to do
all kinds of job work, commercial
Just received, the finest stock of
hanging lamps and parlor lamps, at
Bridge the Loup the ice road
over which teams now go safely, will
not last always.
The inauguration of Governor
elect Thayer is to take placo Thurs
Boys' youths' and men's clothing,
in great variety, at lowest prices, at
Friedhof & Co's.
Examine our stock of dress
goods the finest in the city, at
Friedhof & Co's.
Eequire Swearingen showed his
smiling cowntinance in the Jounnal
Leopold Jaeggi is furnishing
bis fine new dwelling house prepa
ratory to moving in.
Mr. Irwin, the Grand Chancellor
Commander of tho K. of P. for Ne
braska is in the city.
When in waut of a cloak, the
latest style, don't fail to examine our
stock. Friedhof & Co.
Complete stock of dinner sets
and tea sets, newest patterns, ju6t
received at Oehlrich Bros.
Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Humphreys
of Kearney have been visiting Dr.
and Mrs. Evan 6 of this city.
Prof. J. E. Moncrief, Frank
Wake and D. Loeb of Genoa were
visitors in the city last week.
Mrs. O. L. Baker and children
returned Friday from an extended
visit to her parents at Omaha.
The Hook and Ladder Co. are
already making arrangements for
tbeir annual mask ball, 22d of Feb.
JuBt received, a new line of New
markets at bottom prices, at
Judge Gresham gave Jay Gonld
his Christmas present He gave it to
him in the neck. Fremont Tribune.
Fred Berlin sold D. Anderson
tea hogs last week that averaged
481 lbs., and brought $190.30, a large
noaat of money for a few hogs.
Yon will always get the lowest
5-31? f G alley Bros.
Miss Minnie Freeman of St.
Paul, XVb., his been spending the
Holidays with her cousin Phonny
A toy gasoline engine at A.
Anderson's exploded, setting the
carpet afire, but doing no further
Miss Belle Parsons and Miss
Mazie North visited friends at
Kearney during the Holidays, return
The Journal is on sale, each
week, at the book and news stores of
E. D. Fitzpatrick and It. Hartman, at
5 cents a copy.
The election of two elders for
the Presbyterian church for a term
of three years takes place next Sun
day, after service.
P. W. Henrich belongs to no
ring agreeing not to write insurance
for less than certain rates, but is in
dependent. Reme'jnber this.-
McKinley & Carnahan have re
moved their establishment to the
pleasant front room over the drng
store, in tho Henry building.
Mr. A. S. Norton died of dropsy
at Keatskatoose, last Friday, after an
illness of two months. The remains
were taken to Grand Haven, Mich.
Remember, we are never under
sold on good goods, at
20,000 bushels of good milling
wheat wanted immediately at the
flooring mill of Jaeggi & Sehupbacb,
for which good prices will be paid.
Dr. Hunt, the dentist, has been
troubled with an abscess, and Dr.
Runner thinks he may yet have to
probe another one before he will be
D. L. Bruen was in town Mon
day negotiating with Dr. Martyn for
the head of his tape worm. He had
been relieved of forty feet of the
W. A. McAllister, Fsq., accom
panied his niece, Miss Laura McAl
lister, yesterday to Lincoln, where
the young lady will attend the uni
versity. The first annual meeting of tho
Columbus Board of Trade takes
place at the E. of P. hall over Fitz-
Patrick's next Tuesday evening, at 8
Before investing in a sewing
machine, organ or pianc, see A. & M.
Turner, at their organ depot, or ad
dress G. W. Kibler, their traveling
A man's heavy wool shtwl was
left at the Chicago Barber Shop some
two or three weeks ago. The ovner
can have the same by paying for
this notice. It
Supervisor Hudson slipped and
fell one day list week, striking on a
bucket, injuring his side. Ho was
out again after a few days, but con
Dr.Runner tells us that four mem
bers of Mr. Hegeman's family are
sulfated with lung fever, so painful
to the little ones that when they
cough they cry with pain.
The Omaha Dramatic Co. (Ger
man) will give an entertainment at
the Opera House next Saturday even
ing. The program is especially de
signed for hilarious amusement.
Charlie Coolidge started Mon
day for Mount Vernon, Iowa, where
he attends Cornell College. Charlie
is a bright young man, and we ex
pect to hear good things of him.
Prof. Cramer read a paper be
fore the Teachers' Association at Nor
folk last week which the News pro
nounces as "excellent." The subject
was "Natural Science in the Public
L, A. Clark was elected Superin
tendent of the Baptist Sunday School,
Sunday, Mr. Hurd, assistant superin
tendent, Abbie Drane, Secretary,
Mrs. O. F. Merrill, teacher, and Mr.
Mrs. Mary Marshall, of East
Saginaw, Mich., (daughter of Mrs.
Mary Clark and sister of Mrs. Henry
Woods) accompanied by two boys,
arrived here Friday last and expect
to spend a month in Nebraska before
It is said that the local editor of
the Democrat, Chaj. McCune, has
gone down to Lincoln to secure the
clerkship of a committee. Charles
will probably try to make capital
as a very pronounced and bitter anti
Van Wyck man.
Alexander L. Phillips, brother-in-law
f I. Gluck, and Julius Phil
lips, the noted foot-racer of the "W.
Y. Bissell Hose Team," returned to
Omaha Sunday, after a very pleasant
Holiday visit with friends and, rela
tives in this city.
At the annual meeting of the
Maennerchor the following gentle
men were unanimously re-elected
officers of the society for 1887: D.
Sehupbacb, president, G. Falbaum,
secretary, Paul Hoppen, treasurer,
John Seipp, warden.
Hon. G. G. Bowman went to Lin
coln Sunday to be ready for work as
a representative of Platte county in
the legislature. We hope that the
Journal of next week will be able
to say that he has been chosen
Speaker of the House.
The officers elect of the Presby
terian Sunday School are J. N. Tay
lor, Supt. ; M. Brugger, Assist. SnpL ;
C. J. Garlow, Sec; Miss Carrie
Welch, Assist. Sec; A Ivan Coan,
Treas. ; Frank Walgraf, librarian,
Geo. Taylor, assistant librarian.
Fitzpatrick's prizes for penman
ship were awarded the first, a gold
pen with ivory holder and a case, to
Mamie Uhlig of this city, aged 12
years ; the second to Stella Chesont
wood of Norfolk, aged 9 years, a
year's subscription to St. Nicholas.
S. S. Hadley df Cedar Rapids was
in the city Monday on his way home
from a business visit to Chicago. He
sajs the pievalent opinion there is
that times are going to be better,
which means of course, that farm
products are to advance in price
The iron trade is looking up, which
is always a good indication of busi
H. Bickert and Hellbusch have
threshed this fall for 43 farmers with our
New Agitator, which we bought August
24th, 1886, from Boettcher & Co., Colum
bus, Neb., manufactured by J. I. Case &
Co., ltscine, Wisconsin, the following
b ushels of grain: wheat 7,891, oats 36,015,
barley 338, rye 436, Hungarian 231, buck
John F. Hbllbcsch,
Dated Dec. 28, 1886. 37-2
The Maennerchor took occasion
to present their leader, E. Pohl, with
a beautiful present? last Saturday
evening. Mr. Pohl has been leader
of the society for nine years and the
Mwnnerchor may well congratulate
itself on having him at the head of
its list. President Schupbach pre
sented the gift with a few fitting
remarks to which.Mr. Pohl respond
Elder Shank of the M. E. church
preached a powerful sermon Monday
evening on prayer. The points of
discourse were that one law of na
ture can supersede another law, and
does do so, in every day matters;
that the powerful men are those who
ally themselves with the superior
forces of nature ; that to succeed they
must conform to the conditions of
Dr. Frank 8. Billings' letters on
the "Diseases of Domestic Animals,"
published in the Nebraska Farmer
will soon be read by every farmer
and stock breeder in the west. Send
$1 00 to this office and we will have
the Farmer 6ent to you for one year.
Dr. Billings is evidently the leading
veterinarian of the United States,
and handles the hog cholera question
knowingly. Send for the Farmer.
The Lyceum, meeting Friday
night was a decided success, not
withstanding the bitter cold weather.
Several of those announced to par
ticipate in the program were com
pelled to be absent on account of
sickness and death of friends. We
believe there were six numbers thus
lacking. A vote of special thanks
was tendered to volunteers who con
sented at a late hour to supply their
Fi.iday, January 7, 1887.
Piano solo Clara Lehman.
Recitation Claude Clark.
Oration Maynard Hurd.
Song Emma Bauer.
Essay L.J. Cramer.
Select Heading Be v. Snider.
Essay Mrs. Ballou.
Select Reading Anna Turner.
Debate: Should the Chicago Anarch
ists be hung. Affirm, W. A. McAllister,
J. E. Munger. Deny, V. H. Leavy, Fred.
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; Bale bills,
&c. Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders
by mail promptly attended to. Ad
dress, M. K. Turner & Co., Colum
bus, Nebr. tf
A young man who had been in
the employ of Early & Austin, but
who had been recently discharged,
took occasion last Ftiday night to
enter the restaurant by a window, at
about midnight, cooked a meal for
himself, took some cigars and a roast
of beef and was making his escape
when policeman McTeggart knapped
him. This was about 1:30 a. m.
After disgorging what was left of
what he had stolen, he decamped to
Saml. S. Rickly was relieved
Thursday of 109 feet of tape worm,
and two heads of the same species
of natural production. He has had a
rather singular experience. Seven
ty feet one time, sixty-seven at an
other, and now one hundred and
nine, making in all two hundred and
forty-six feet, besides what has got
away clandestinely, which, with the
back precincts yet to hear from,
makes a fearful array. Samuel, who
is a man of full habit and a bountiful
liver, says it goes pretty hard to
fast two days at- a time periodically,
but he manages to do it for the sake
A goodly number of attorneys
of the Fourth Judicial District met
at the office of Justice Cowdery last
Wednesday evening for the purpose
of considering what ought to be done
to lighten the labors of the Judge
of the district Col. Whitmoyer was
called to the chair and Jndge Wright
of Wahoo selected as secretary. On
motion of Hon. W. H. Munger of
Fremont it was declared as the sense
of the meeting that the appointment
of an additional judge would be
preferable to a division of the
district. On motion of M. Zent
myerof Schuyler a committee of
seven, one from each county, was ap
pointed to draft a bill and seethe
matter properly presented to mem
bers of the legislature. The motion
included the chairman, as of the com
mittee ; the others were Critcbfield of
Nance, Zentmyer of Colfax,.Munger
of Dodge, Waldo of Butler, Gilkeson
of Landers, Palterson of Merrick.
Marshall of Fremont, Russell &
Brown of Schuyler, Sore berg of
Wahoo, were' among the attorney
present from abroad besides those
mentioned above. The Colnmbus
bar was ont in .full force, and very
handsomely entertained their breth
eren after the meeting, with a sup-,
per at Early k Austin's.
FIRST VICTORY FOR THE WATERWORKS.
The Farmers Heme Saved frem
Monday morning a little after
eiitht au alarm of fire was made, and
notwithstanding the bitter cold, e
large crowd of .active workers were
on the ground to help A. Luth pre
serve his extensive buildings known
as the Farmer's Home, in the wes
tern part of the city. The fire
originated from a defective flue, it is
supposed, in the south end of the
building next the barn, and the blaze
was considerable before water could
be got to it. The Hook and Ladder
force managed exceedingly well,
notwithstanding the cold weather,
and the lack of preparation to attach
the hose to the hydrants; every little
delay is readily magnified, but un
stinted praise is due to the firemen
in this case. Owing to the building
being considerably of brick and con
crete, the burning was comparatively
slow, and the fire was held at bay
somewhat by the bucket brigade.
When water from two hydrants was
turned on, the destroying element
began to weaken, and it was but a
short time until the fire was literally
"drowned to death."
The buildings, not including barn,
were insured for $1500, $500 of it
being on household goods.
Mr. Luth's damage is variously es
timated at $1000 to $1500. '
Had it not been for the water
works, the possibility is that the
dwelling of Henry Woods and the
3rd ward school-house would have
gone up in flames, along with Mr.
Luth's entire plant of buildings. It
is generally conceded that the water
works has probably saved at this
first ventnre $5,000 worth of property.
The depth of water in the stand
pipe was 65 feet, and the engine was
used for pressure ten miuutes during
the fire. We understand that thirty
feet in depth of the water was used ;
it was twenty minutes from the time
engineer Routson and Mr. Heater got
to the engine house that steam was
ready for business.
Considering the fact that the
waterworks had not yet been ac
cepted by the city (not being quite
completed) is was a fortuitous thing
that the mains and a goodly portion
of the stand pipe were filled with
water. The contractor deserves the
thanks of the city and the special
gratitude of Mr. Luth. The wisdom
of securing waterworks has been
Mr. Ed. Fish and Misa Paulina
Coop were married by Rev. Mr.
Hatch at the bride's home at Mt.
Pleasant, on Saturday eve.
Christmas was celebrated in va
rious ways by our people. Our
Swedo frieuds had a nice tree filled
with all manner of Christmas fruit,
at West Hill.
Prof. Rush presented his Bible
scenes at the school-house on Monday
evening. The weather was very un
favorable, so the bouse was not
crowded. Prof. R. has been preach
ing through the week with the ex
ception of Wednesday evening, when
he returned home to officiate at the
marriage of Miss Sadie Woodworth
and Mr. Will. McCutcheu of St. Ed
ward. Wo wish Mr. and Mrs. M.
much happiness and prosperity.
The season of that terrible disease
diphtheria is near, and as it is becom
ing so prevalent in this state, I wish
to recommend a remedy which I
have known for almost 30 years to be
infallible in the most severe cases,
if given according to directions. 1
do not write this to advertise the
medicine, I have no personal interest
in it, but for those who have and may
be suffering from the disease. It is not
advertised in the papers ' as a patent
medicine, yet it is sent by express
from Maine to California, tho none
has been sent to this state except in
this immediate vicinity. This dis
ease is quick and deadly if no effici
ent remedy is at hand so it is best
tJ be prepared for danger in season.
This medicine is sold by Dr. L.
Dean, Sylvan, Richard Co., Wis.
District -la aaa Viciaity.
John Herring, Director, and J.
Manahan, Teacher, spent New Year's
in the city.
Harry Hickok returned from Al
bion last Monday, where he has been
grading on the N. W. Ry. Scraper
navigation closed there on Christ
One day la6t April, Tom Griffin,, a
lad about 18 years old, and son of P.
S. Griffin, of this place, took up s
spade, and told his mother be was
going into the field to dig a hole near
a pond to hide in, to watch for geese.
Not returning at night search was
made, and in the vicinity of the pond
a large fresh-dng bole waa found,
and the spado sticking in the ground
but no Tom. Since that time his in
valid mother has made constant in
quiry for her bey, all of which avail
ed nothing, until last Wednesday,
she received a letter from her that
made her heart rejoice. The letter
was mailed at Schuyler, Neb., and
contained a neat little sum of money
as a Christmas present to his mother.
Said he had worked steady all sum
mer, and had not missed a Sunday at
A el Mlae ia Celamasu I
Have you heard about it? Why,
the city is all a-fire with excitmnent.
Did you ever hear of men's fine dress
suits at $3.10? or a good winter over
coat for $190 only $5.00 for the
whole Outfit. Men's wool sock 10c
Men's calf-faced shrunk yarn mitts
35c and men's buckle Arctics for $1.
$10,000 worth of clothing to be ctoted
out in the Lamb store, Colombo, in
the next ten days. Such wond frfol
prices you never saw before.
Spread the News!
Tell your friends and all your
neighbors that a big stock of men's
and boys' clothing, overcoats, mittens,
underwear and arctics will be nearly
given away in Columbus. This great
sale will commence Friday, January
7, and continue one week and the en
tire immense stock must be closed
out in this time. Men's fine dress
suits only $3 10, men's warm winter
overcoats $1,90, men's arctic over
shoes $110, and everything else in
proportion. Be on hand at Lamb's
store building, on Nebraska Avenue,
third door north ot Clotber House,
next Friday morning at 9 o'clock.
Remember this sale lasts but one
Review of the weather at Genca
for the month of Dec. 18S6.
3fean temperature of the mo deg's 17.02
Mean do of same mo. last year-dec's 29.47
Highest temperature on the 9tb,
Lowest do on the 20th degs 14
Ordinarily clear days 14
Very cloudy days 15
Calm days 18
High winds days S
Number of days on which rain fell 6
Inches of rain fall or melted snow.. 1.22
Do of same month last year 0.65
Inches of snow during the month.. 9.70
Do same mo. last year 2.40
Prevailing winds S.E. to N. by E.
Lunar halos 6th, 9th. 10th, 31st.
Lunar corona 6th.
Sleet on the 10th.
Lwt Creek Items.
L. n. Jewell has bought about all' the
hay the farmers can spare in this vicini
ty, and intends getting a steam press
hero soon to put It in shape for shipping.
F. H. Gcrrard has sold his lumber, coal
and stone business to D. R. Palmatier,
and D. K. intends to carry a full supply
of stock at bed-rock prices. Success to
Fred, and Walter Jewell intend open
ing out a new store here soon vrith a full
line of groceries, boots and shoes and
implements geueralljfor the farm. Long
may tney wave. T. D.
llest ia the World.
Ottuniwa Lily Corn Starch has been
brought to tho highest attainable
quality by employing the best skill
and scientific aid that money can fur
nish. It is the most strengthening
aud 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 grocer for
Lily Corn Starch.
The price of the Daily Lincoln
Journal. Jan. 1st to Mar. 15?h, will
be $2.00. This wili contain the
whjie proceedings of the legislature
from the day of organization, and
day by day bills introduced, action
on bills, &c, iuciuding a full digest
of the laws, a list ot laws repealed,
and amendments made to exiting
.laws. 31 -It
Mental or organic weakness, nerv
ous bebility and kindred delicate dis
eases, however induced, speedily and
permanently cured. For large illus
trated book of particulars enclose 10
cents in etamps and address, World's
Dispensary Medical Association, 663
Main street, N. Y.
Clother January 2d, to Mrs. G. W.
Clother, a boh. Mother and child well,
and George about as well as could be
inuuenv Cmimv .fanuarv 1st. 1887.
by Rev. S.Goodale, at his residence. John
Johnson and Eva Coney, all of Platte
Sisslk Loot Dec. 30th, '86, by Judge
C. A. Speice, John I. Slssle aud Mios
Katie Loch, both of Platte county.
Doval Davis Dec. 31st. 18S6, by the
same. Win. Duval of Butler county and
Hiss Emma Davis of Platte.
Webkr IIkrkick January 3d, 1887, by
the same, Geo. C. Weber, M. D., of Boone
county, and Mrs. Susanne G. Herrlck of
Stateu Island, N. Y.
Uuiiiw Thnrsd&v. Dec. 30th. 1836.
Simon Clifford, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Kramer, aged 3 months, 12 days,
after a brief illness. Peace to his ashes.
The funeral took place Bunday after
noon, January 2d, 1387, and was attended.
by a large number of mourning and sym
The services were conducted by the
Rev. Robert Stevens, assisted by the
The bereaved parents feel greatly
thankful to the Rev. Mr. Stevens and
their many sympathizing friends and
neighbors for all the comfort and assist
ance rendered them in this tbeir great
Advertisements under this head fiv
cents line each insertion.
For good young breeding stock of
all kinds, call at bloomingdsle stock
farm. A. Henrich, Platte Center P.
O., Neb. 30-tf
Wo. Schiltz makes boots and shoes
in the best styles, and uses only the
very beat Btock that can be procured
in the market. 52t
John Hempleman'i Grand Double
Store has been opened. John is set
ting up the cigars and cider. Come
round ; goods are cheaper than ever.
For Sale Cheap aad oa Very
By reason of age of proprietor the
best farm in Nebraska, 640 acres.
Apply to P. W. Henrich, Columbus,
Residence house and four acres of
land under cultivation, east of Hig
gias's grove, just outside of city.
Price $1600. Enquire at residence, of
Mr. or Mrs. Geu. N. Derry. 15-tf
COLUMBUS LUMBER COMFY
Will Save You
Heavy and Shelf Hardware,
Stoves and Tinware,
Pumps, Guns and Ammunition.
The Celebrated Moline Wagon Sold Here.
GU3. G. BECHER.
GUS. G. BECHER & CO.,
Real Estate and Insurance Agt's,
Maey t Bjaa on Farms at lowest rates of interest, on short and long time,
in amounts to suit applicants.
Ceaalete Abstract ef Title to all Real Estate in Platte county.
Notary Public always in Office.
Fans mad City Property Tor Sale.
lasaraace against Fire, Lightning and Tornadoes. Life and Accident Insur
ance, aone but the very best companies represented
StestaMalp Tickets to and from all parts in Europe. 28july'6-y
Mckinley & carnahan,
Money to loan on improved farms in this and adjoining
counties, at current rates. We are prepared to close loans
promptly, In all cases where title and security are satisfactory.
Office with H. J. Hudson, on llth street. I2m3
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FLOUR EXCHANGED I WHEAT.
Highlit Paicis Paid for All Kinds of Grain.
Oar Flour Is kept far Sale by all a he Leading Grocers in thh section
of the State.
JAEGGI & SCHUPBACH.
Persons desiring email loans on
short time should call oo Coolidge &
Wheeler; chattel mortgage security
or good bankable paper.
18tf Coolidge & Wheeler.
Dr. W. L.. Cook,
Veterinary surgeon, has returned to
Colutnbu?, and will remain ior the
winter. The Doctor is prepared with
a full and complete eet ot imple
ments, to do first-class work in even
respect. Treats all animals, horde?,
cattle, swine and sheep.
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE.
Upstairs Ernst building llth street.
FOK THK KEXT
WE OFFER OUR LARGE AND
COMPLETE STOCK OF
Furnishing Goods !
BOOTS & SHOES,
'Call, examine Goods and
Cfreisen Bros. & Co.
Jf onev Get Prices
Ob? Standard Grades are:
f&, Eight Break,
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ii-Sf Bm-Vwhc-it Flour, live
?Viivf Fl"r. '"'" -Veal, IJrsm
-"--." SluirtH aiitl (hr jh 1 Feed o
"ii- all kind.
Wi have mndc nrranfjeniiMitsto fur
nish to the subscribers of this paper,
that excellent agricultural and .stock
journal, The Nebraska Farmer, for the
small sum of $1.00 per year. The
Farmer is published at Lincoln, Neb.,
O. M. Druse, Editor, and is devoted to
agriculture and stock growing in the
west. Every fanner should take it
Send $1.00 to this office and we will
have the Farmer sent to you
Have a Fine Line of Staple and Fancy
CROCKERY, AND GLASSWARE,
Which were bought cheap for cash, and
will be sold at very low prices.
llth Street, Columbus, Nebraska.
Strict attention given to repairing ot
"Watches and Jewelry. pWVfill not be
undersold by anybody.
If eo. Aveame, Opposite Clother Homse.
HAS OPENED A NEW
HARTMOT OLDISTAKD ON lift ST.,
WHERICHE KKKrS A NICK LINK OF
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Gentlemen's Fine Boots,
EVERYTHING KEPT IN A FIRST
CLASS BOOT AND SIIOE ES
TABLISHMENT. MENDINB DONE 1LS0.
TIE LABGEST 10 FIIIST STOCK
wpst o Omahn, t
The bft mamit'nctories ot the country
represented Not to be under
sold by 'jih h Coim' Hi'd
e' trirn- ni
Tufa fa tho most PRACTICAL SIGH-OUT
8H03 over invented.
the eamo protection as a boot or over-jpUtor. It la
convenient to pnt on and tho tnp cn lw wijnstod to
Kith Wet. '0-tf
BEARDSLEY & JEWELL,
the only Marble Work: in Me Co.
AVe hmdle sill ttatidurd smid-is of
marble and granite both FWKEION nd
AMERICAN, employ the most skilled
workmen, mid will compete with ny
marble work- n the t:ite.
Call nnd see our work, whethrr you
are ready to buy or not; or ir no con
venient, send us your ad Ire- and we
will end priced or cal on you.
bj the ton or cr-lo.id.
llth St., south of TJ. P. Depot,
SPEICE & NORTH.
Genera! Agents for the Sale of
Union Pacific, and Midland Pacific
R.K. Lands for sale at from $3.00 to $10.00
per acre for cash, or on five or ten years
time in annual payment t to suit pur
chasers. V.'e have also a large and
choice lot of other lands, improved and
unimproved, for sale at low price and
on reasonable terms. Alsobu&iness and
residence lots ir. the city. "We keep a
complete abstractor titleto all real es
tate in Pltte County.
821 COLUMUI'M. -EH-
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL AND
NEW LINE OF GROCERIES
CANNED AND DRIED, of all KINDS
GUARANTEED TO BE OF
A GOOD .fe WELL SELECTED STOCK
ALWAYS AS CH EAP AS THE
BOOTS &TSH0ES !
J2TTHAT DEFY COMPETITION, jgj
BUTTER AND EGGS
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 TnE BEST GRADES OF
Boot Shoe Store
Fit. Coisrtvsw H m MHBto
Ito Coll Mara Wois!
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