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Golumb us Journal.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL U. IBM.
A-AN. TIME TABLE.
Pass, j Freight.
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The passenjrer htkh I jncoln at 40 p. in., and
arrive at Coltitnbn 7:01 p. m: thefreirtit luaves
Lincoln at 7 jr. a. m., aud arrives at Columbus at
"Atlantic Ex... 3:25a. m I C. I.. Local... ;. m
."Col's Local. . 7:00 a. to j Pacific hx....ll& p. m
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I.in.itf-d .,.: 6M p. in rast Mail.... $: P. ni
Stock train .. 9HH p. m
LINCOLN, COLCMura AXW SIOCX CITT.
Pa.waVr arrives from Sioux City. . 1225 p. iu
. - " " " 11:1 j p. m
iMrm Columbus for Lincn.l2S5 p. ui
... o:u p. iu
arrivrn from Lincoln..
530 1. m
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if-HV)9 for Sioux City....
Mixed leaves ..
FOB ALBION AND CXDAB KAP1DS.
Passenger lave ?:3P"B1
Pawwinger arrives on" m"
Mixed arrive BaOp. in.
t&Ml notice under this heading will be
diar.! at the rate of fc! a year.
LEBANON IX) DG E No. !W. A. F. A A. M.
--& lLt'iilu meetings 2d Wednesday in each
jCJT month. All brethren invited to attend.
. C. H. SnrxixM.. YY. M.
M. K. White, Sw'y. 20july
EURO ANIZED CHURCH OF LViTEK-DAX
t Muin 1...1.I renilnriTicei every Snnilav
at '1 p. iu.. pmer meeting on Wednesday evening
at their chapel, corner of North street and Parihn
Aeuue. All ire curtlially invited.
13JulW Elder 11. J. HuiOX. President.
Dr. F. J. Schu, office Olive at.
Clothing- at less than oost t lioiin
R IJ. Duffy, hoiiae-movcr, Sehny
--OM newspapers hythe hundred, 2.
rents at the Jouknal office.
-Sarali .1. Ilnll Las iietilioned for li
.. vorce from Thomas L. Hall.
Andrew Campbell of Humphrey has
'oeen appointed deputy sheriff.
Shoes, furnishing goods, trunks and
hpts cheaper than ever at Hotiahan's.
Miss Alice Plumb has finished a six
months' term of school near Lindsay.
.. For plans and specifications see L.
E."Sowers. Office on Eleventh street.
Our millinery stock is again coin-
plete in all the latest novelties. J. C.
' - At present or iu the past, we take
? tL lsad iu quality and iu prices. J. C.
-Remember that Sohaffroth Platb
make specialties of well boring and
- A company of migrating horse trad--rs
were in the city last week, plying
- their avocation.
- -Contract your buildings with L. E.
Sowers and first-class work is guaran-
. la1. Shop on "Eleventh street.
The celebrated Quick-Meal, and
" Monarch gasoline stoves, the best in the
market. For sale by A. Boettcher. 4tf
An important meeting of the Farm
ers' Union will be held Saturday next
tit Fitzpatrick's hall, 1 o'clock p. iu.
The Jouknatj is on wile, each week,
at the look and news stores of E. D.
. Fitzpatrick and J. Heitkemper,at 5 cents
. . a copy.
;. . Thursday you will find one of the
. finest displays of pattern hats and bon
"V ." . Jiets ever displayed in Columbus. J. C.
Schaffroth & Platb have the best of
- harvesting machinery aud can furnish
any kind of farm implement, at reason
When in need of dental work call on
Dr. Sims. Consultation free. Office in
Gluck's building corner of North and
Eleventh streets. 47-4t
fc - Louis Weaver's advertisement will
appear in next week's Joobxal. In the
: meantime call on him and invest in real
.-. ..estate, liefore prices go out of sight.
The relatives desire to return their
.-. ' sincere thanks to friends and acquaint-
ances for their many kindnesses daring
.io the last, illness of Mrs. H. M. Morey.
You can't miss seeing Maurice A.
Mayer's large advertisement in today's
Joubnau It speaks in no uncertain
- ? tones. Call and see his stock of goods.
Ab.C. W. Pearsall has acquired title
to a valuable piece of property north of
. " the city, "we suppose that he will shortly
. ."" . place it in the market in the shape of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fillman have just
returned from Chicago, and have brought
with' them a complete line of millinery,
novelties and all the latest in leading
.. The Kearney Enterprise of last week
contained a drawing of the ruins of the
4 Midway hotel from fire, also site of the
. grandest hotel in the west to be ltegun
. at once.
. For Harrison wagons and Courtland
. ." spring wagons and buggies, call on J. A.
. Gutzmer, opposite Dowty's drug store.
He is sure to satisfy yon in prices and
Take notice! All accounts due the
firm of Martyn & Schrtg must be settled
immediately, or the same will be put
into the hands of an attorney for col
For bargains in furniture, go to
Samuel Gass's. Besides giving you low
prices, for every $15 worth of goods you
pay the cash on, be gives you a nice
chromo, worth $2.50. 50-3t
Mr. Shuck, the photographer, arriv
ed in the city Monday and will be ready
for business .by the last of this week.
For fine photos, call and see him. Third
door north of-Firet National bank.
For the "celebrated Peas economy
hot air furnace and steam and hot air
combination heaters, you should call on
Ii. E. Sowers and he will give you prices
that defy competition.- OSce and shop
on Eleventh street
F. Pastel of Grand Island will be
here today and tomorrow to interest
farmers in the cultivatiob. of sugar beets.
Tomorrow," Thursday, at two o'clock is
the time set f or meetia at Fitzpatrick's
The following marriage licenses were
issued by Judge W. N. Hensley during
the past week: M. J. Bamackers of Mad
ison county to Lizzie Heiman of Platte
county; Bartholomew Foxhoven to Wil
lie! tneniaXeimeyer both of Platteconnty:
Joseph Kleve to Miss Josephina Lach
nitt, both of Lindsay.
Those wishing to subscribe for the
World-Herald either with or without
premium, can do so at this office. The
premium distribution takes place March
20th, 1690. It is one of the very best
weekly papers in the west one year,
with premium 32.00, without premium
A'telegram in Friday's Omaha Bee
stated that three brothers named Ded
erick of New York had been killed by a
railroad train at Bedrock, Pa. It was
thought here that in all probability they
were Win. Dietrich's sous, but a tele
gram satisfied their friends that the
boys were yet alive.
Mat. S. Beid has sold his residence
property in the north part of the city to
0. 1. Butler. It is understood that he
will shortly move to David City, to take
charge of a branch establishment of
Hagel & Co. Mat. is a level-headed,
square business man, and we commend
him to the good graces of David City
Commissioner Jenkins, of the statis
tical bureau at Lincoln, expects to have
in a short time a limited quantity of
selected sugar boat seed plaoed in his
hands for distribution. Farmers who
desire to experiment with this new and
promising crop can obtain u small
amount of seed free upon application to
We see by a recent copy of the Bal
timore (Md.) News that H. J. Arnold,
son or A. J. Arnold of this city, is one
among the host of students at the col
lege of physicians and surgeons in that
city, who received honorable mention,
and one of the five who received the
prizes of the year. We are glad to note
these facts in the opening career of a
Columbus man, and kuow that he will
prove worthy of the honors he has earned
at his college.
Veal Eatate Imsn,
Le wt Kates, Best Terms. PLATTE
COUNTY BANK. Platte Ceatre. Net.
The lightning yesterday morning
struck the residence occupied by Martin
Voletz, in the north part of town, tear
ing out the gabel end and otherwise
damaging the building, and prostrating
the inmates, but not seriously injuring
any of them. The lightning also struck
Mrs. Manderville's residence wrecking
the chimney and tearing a few shingles
off the roof. This is the first case we
ever heard of where lightning did any
amount of damage at this time of the
year. Humphrey Democrat.
The following are new cases filed in
district court: Annie Salmon v. J. C.
Caldwell, appeal from justice court:
C. A. Beebe & Co. v. John Wagner et al,
foreclosure of real estate mortgage;
Amanda A. Lindsay v. James H. Lind
say, petition for divorce; Gus G. Becher
v. John Sweeney et al, foreclosure of
real estate mortgage: H. C. Newman et
al v. John Corcoran et al, foreclosure of
mortgage; Fidelity Loan & Trust Co. v.
J. M. Macfarland et al, foreclosure; R,
. Henry v. u. If. A Q. Ky Co. damage
suit, amount asked 9400.
Dr. B. B. Kelly, from the Black
Hills, is visiting relatives here and look
ing over the old stamping ground. We
rememlier seeing the black eyed boy
when he first came. For many years
and through various excitements this
was his headquarters. He had as much
part in the early history of this region
as any of us. No account of Indian
troubles or any other trials could be
complete without mentioning Bish. His
many friends will be glad to shake hands
with him once more. Monroe Looking
The teachers' meeting at Humphrey
last Saturday was largely attended and
interesting in character. The program
was complete and the productions of a
high order. Misses Hattie Glass, Delia
Spohn, Chattie Rice and Prof. E. J.
Couch delivered productions that are
highly, spoken of. The synthetic read
ing class conducted by Miss Mary
Leach, was very instructive and attract
ed wide attention. Miss Cotton's pro
duction was much appreciated. The
debate and question-box were both en
tertaining and instructive. Fine music
was furnished by the ladies of Hum
phrey. The next meeting will be held
at Creston on the last Saturday of April.
I wish to announce that I have sold
my grocery store to Messrs. Miller &
Wurdeman. Thanking my many cus
tomers, and friends for their liberal pat
ronage and hoping they will favor the
new firm with a continuance, I am
yours truly, Wx. Bkckkk.
Wo are fitting up the rooms lately oc
cupied by Mr. Becker and by Mr. Boyd,
the latter for general merchandise, the
former for groceries, and will endeavor
to merit the continued patronage of
Mr. Becker's customers and the public
generally, by uniform fair treatment and
2 johx h. wcbdemax.
Clara LomUr Ktllecj:.
The coming appearance in this city of
Miss Clara Louise Kellogg, America's
celebrated prima donna, is an event of
such unusual interest to our music lov
ing public, that the performance to be
given at the opera house on Tnesdav
evening, April 8th, is certain to find in
attendance the elite of the city. Miss
Kellogg hardly needs introduction. The
subtlety of her art, her delicacy of phras
ing, the beauty, volume and compas of
her voice is appreciated by all.
In the coming performance we are not
alone to have the pleasure of hearing
Miss Kellogg in concert, but in opera as
well. The entire fourth act of Verdi's
grand opera, un Trovatore, will be given
in full costumes and stage settings, the
various roles being interpreted by first
class operatic artists who have, one and
all, toured with Miss Kellogg for seasons
past and have always met with the great
est public favor. Among the concert num
bers to be rendered are selections from
Flotow's grand opera "Martha,'' Wag
ner's "Tannhauser," Verdi's Erniani,"
and Bizet's "Carmen," together with
such musical gems as Foster's "I Love
Thee," Arditi's "A Night in Venice,"
Marzo's "Mariqufta," nd others.
The characters in the operatic part of
the entertainment are distributed as
as follows: Aquoena, Miss Carrie Morse:
Mannco-Sig. Carlo Spigaroli; Conte di
lFnav3fr win. H. Lee; and Leonora,
Miss Clara Louise Kellogg. Seats are
5Pn J ?' drug store, and
Pollock Ca's drug store. A crowded
vJJmft w to greet America's great
Fred Jewell was in the city Wednes
day. C. H. Sheldon has returned from Il
linois. Lute Jewell returned last week from
L Gluck made a trip to Council Bluffs
Miss Ella Wells began teaching school
in district 44, Monday. ,
Miss Webster of Osceola is visiting
J. C. Swartsley's family.
W. H. Selsor of Humphrey was a Co
lumbus visitor Saturday.
Mrs. W. H. Wiiiterbotham of Genoa is
visiting friends in the city.
George Whaley and Jesse Becher re
turned to Lincoln. Monday.
Charles Maher of Omaha visited E. D.
Fitzpatrick's family over Sunday.
Attorney Killian, of Columbus, was in
the city Monday. Howells Journal.
Miss Chattio Bice attended the teach
ers' meeting at Humphrey Saturday.
Miss Mamie Chestnutwood of Norfolk
visited Miss Flora Compton last week.
Mr. Duffy of Schuyler was in town
Wednesday, accompanied bv Mr. Brad
ford. Mrs. L. Cockburn of St. Joseph, Mo.,
formerly of this city, is visiting friends
Mrs. John L Paynter and daughter
returned to their home in Omaha last
Miss Lizzie Sheehan closed a success
ful term of school near Platte' Center
D. N. Jeunings arrived in the city
Friday last from Wyoming with a car
load of horses.
Margaret Fuller visited with friends
at Columbus the first of the week.
Win. Murdock returned last week
from California, where he has been so
journing for a number of months.
Hon. Ben IL Cowdery, secretary of
state, was up from Lincoln, Monday,
shaking hands with friends. He recent
ly returned from Ohio where he had
been called by sickness of friends.
Mr. Matthews, father of Mrs. W. T.
Itickly aud Mrs. Geo. W. Clother, and
his daughter Mrs. Bowers, (who has
lieen visiting here several months),
started for Canada Saturday. Mrs.
Clother accompanied them as far as
Plalte Farmer' ('lab.
Met at A. C. Pickett's Friday, 2 p. m.
Notwithstanding the muddy roads, all
but two or three of the members were
present, and the session one of the most
interesting and profitable yet held.
Mrs. Reed gave a brief synopsis of the
current events of the past month, at
home and abroad.
Mr. Dickinson read a carefully pre
pared paper on the cost of raising corn,
based upon actual experience, which
elicited a vigorous discussion. Mr. D.
figured the cost of his corn at 15c a
bushel in the crib, his crop averaging
full 50 bushels to the acre.
In the discussion following, it seemed
to be generally conceded that these fig
ures were none too low, and that at
present market prices corn could not be
raised at a profit except by marketing it
in the feed lot. The opinion was ex
pressed by several that corn fed to hogs
or cattle, this year, brought from 25 to
30c a bushel. If the club had done no
more during its six months history than
to turn special attention to the matter
of converting corn into pork, beef and
butter on the farm, it would have sh6wn
good reason for its existence.
Mr. Pickett asked for advice about
buying a disc harrow, which brought out
valuable experience. Mr. Butler con
sidered it the most valuable implement
on his farm. Mr. Clark said if he had a
new farm to break up, it would be the
first implement he would buy after the
breaking plow. Mr. Wells thought un
less a man had a good deal of new
ground it would hardly pay to go to the
expense of a disc. On inquiry, Mr. But
ler said he had discontinued putting in
small grain with the disc, as he did not
think it covered the seed deep enongb.
Mr. Swartsley said he had covered oats
in the same field, with both disc and
cultivator and could see no difference in
Mr. Dickinson wanted experiences on
preventing sore shoulders on work
horses. Mr. Nelson said he always in
sisted on having the collars thoroughly
cleaned every day, before harnessing.
Being asked if this was done when taken
off or put on, he said when put on, for
the reason that at night the men were in
too much of a hurry for supper to do it
well. In the morning they were not in
a hurry to get to the field. Mr. Clark
said, especially in early spring when the
horses were soft, he was in the habit of
frequently raising the collars during the
day and rubbing the shoulders down
with the bare hand, and always did this
when they came in at noon and night.
Refreshments were served, followed by
a pleasant social half hour. Farmer
Pickett discoursed some fine music from
an elegant new upright piano, a Christ
mas present from, his father. At dusk
the farmers and wires drove off, after
voting the club an agreeable as well as
For the next meeting, April 25th, at
A. W.Clark's, the program decided 'on,
1st. Feed and treatment of work
horses, also of brood mares and their
foals. Opened by Mr. Butler.
2d. A conference meeting on- practic
al matters of immediate importance to
those suggesting them.
3d. Is it wise to protect the sheep
interests by keeping a tariff on wool
The ladies hold a secret session sub
ject supposed to be: "Best manner of
washing their husbands overalls." In
troduced by Mrs. A. C. Pickett.
Keal Eatate Drain.
For the week ending March 29th, 1S90.
AH deeds warranty unless shown.
J. M. Macfarland and wife to C. V.
Pmraall, and. half interest of neli
nw 19-17-le 1,000 00
j. S. to Wm. H. Dean, patent, a' seU
Geo. Brad&haw to W. H. Bashell, part
ael46-17-le ioo 00
A. H. Baker, Receiver, to Michael Kusz,
final receipt awU aO-17-3w ,
li. 8. to G. W. Bullen, patent, w'i neU
.f " ""
U. P. Ry Co. to O. W. Bnllen,ne? nwH
9rtT . IQU vO
Same to Cornelias Heesacker, i eU
23-20-2w 400 00
Wm. Tieskoetter and wife to Jens Niel
n,wii nw?4-20-lw 2,00000
B. C. Eastin to Lola Edgewortlt, lot 9.
block 28 and lots ft and 10, block 32,
Spcice'aadd.,., ,. 1 00
J. 5. Hoffman and wife et al to B.C.
Eastin aame as last above 100
Augustus Frank and wife to Andre Mas
loncH. ? nei STi.17.2w 280 00
John Olxowka and wife to L GInck,
neU h and seU w4 13-l&w 1.200 00
L Gluck and wife to Era Wensky, aeU
ee!i 13-19-Sw 600 00
Same to John Olsowka. neU aw' 13-
c"?L v: .-. - ------------. fiw 00
J. C. Caldwell, sheriff, to W. A. McAl
lister, sheriff deed, ir'i ne'i and
W!A."S'- 5-,'"3lr Ml 00
J. R Wells to J. S. WeUa. q. c. seU sec
1 and ne'4 12-17-lw and lots 7 and 8,
block 31. Columbus 100
A. H. Baker, Beoaivor, to Hanaa Myler,
final receipt, neU 29-4 w
Olive C. Jewell and husband to Ida S.
Wilson, lota 7. block 9, lot 4, block 10,
lot 4. blocks, lota 3, 8, 7. 8, block 13,
Loat Creek 300 00
Olive C Jewell and hasband to Mary
Murdock, lot 1 block 2. Lost Creek.. 13 00
U. P. By Co. to J. H. Hellboaca, aeU
Olive C JeweU and husband to C E.
Earlr, lots 1,3 and 4, block 12, Lost
Andrew Hanrich and wife to Baptist
Church of Platte Center, lot 5 and ,
blockS,int add. to Platte Center... 100
Lewis Hahn and wife to L. GefranL
lota 7.8.B. block 7, BauuVa add. to
jMeph Maiya and wife to L Clock, w'i
W IWWw X9Ra w9
Pioneer Town Bite Co. to Geo. Weiland,
to 11, Uock 12, Lindsay 1UM
City Election. April 1t. IR9.
Everything passed off quietly, the pre
vious registration having settled' all
disputes. In the first ward, there was
no opposition to Speice as councilman;
there was also no opposition to D.
Schupbach as member of the school
board. The republicans elected are
Brindley, Arnold and Pollock. Follow
ing is the vote by wards:
i o a s
! 5 I 2.
2. ? ' a
I : i a. r :
ror Major : j
George G. Bowman, r 5S 70 a9.
K.H. Heniy. d 03 79. fil' 73
Joseph S. Wells, r 3C) 71. 83,
Gns. Falbaum. d - 91j 71 37 9
For Treasurer ' i
H.J. Hudson, r 50, CI Mi
J. B. Delsman, d - 97, 83 4fi 23,
For City F-uisineer I
A. G. Arnold, r 73 7t. G7
John Eusden, d I H9, 70, 41'
For Police Jndtce- . I !
C. A. Brindley, r 64! 64J 92 1
Bayard Fuller, d. 81, 85, 47,'
For Conncilmeu j i
C.H. Speice. 112 .....
John G. Pollock, r I '.... 23
I. Gluck, d ,....1 l....t
J. K. Murdock, r , GO.
J. M. Gondrimr. d ....:.... 76' 16
For Members of School Board !
S.C. Gray, i ; 19L 23 3."!
D. Schupbach, d 122 122 W
George Lehnvtn. d 75! Vi 45! 89
There Is, Though.
Ed. Jocrxal: I hear that a paper
called the Looking Glass, published
somewhere in Platte county and edited
by E. A. Gerrard, gave me particular
fits on account of an article written by
me, published in The Jocbxai of the
ldth. I am sorry that the article creat
ed so much commotion. I had certainly
forgotten that there was such a paper
published in the state. A man cannot
be too careful in his remarks made in
public, for it frequently liappens that in
telling some sensational neighborhood
gossip in a crowd, some of the party in
volved iu the matter are hearing what is
said nubeknown to the narrator, there
fore it would le wisdom to le careful
where you talk. John Wlsk.
$550 Cent Prise!
Some Platte county man or Ixv now
has an opportunity to win a very Land
some sum of money.
The Omaha World-Herald offers a
premium of $500, in cash, for the largest
crop of corn grown on one acre during
1890, by a paid-up subserilier to the
Believiug that it would !e a good
thing for Platte county to win this prize.
The Colcmikt Joukkal makes an offer
of an additional $TiO to the winner of the
$500, ou condition that he is a resident
of Platte county and a paid-up subscri
ler to The Columbus Jouhxal.
By thorough preparation of ground in
manuring, plowing and harrowing, se
lecting best seed, planting and cultivat
ing after the best methods, some Platte
county man or boy will be greatly bene
fited, even if he doesn't get the prize.
Some one is bound to receive the $590.
Why not you, get the $530?
M. K. Turner & Co.,
Messrs. Jones, Pierson and Caspersoii
have each lost a horse within the last
We have had quite a spell of weather
during the equinoctial thunder, rain,
hail and a blizzard to finish up with.
Some of our neighbors have finished
sowing wheat and others would have
been done but for the storm.
Charlie Berndt has gone to the Skee
Dee to work for the Bummer.
Married, at St. Edward, March 5, by
Eev. Mr. Olcott, Melbourne C. Hanchett
and Miss Susie F. Hoyt.
Our school closed last Tuesday. The
spring term commences next Monday,
Martha Hanchett, teacher.
The rain prevented many from at
tending the missionary concert at the
Jiaptist churon last Sunday evening. A
very interesting meeting is reported.
The unsteady weather has proved
very hard for weakly people and healthy
oues, too, for nearly all are complaining
of colds. -Dan.
Notwithstanding the chilliness of the
atmosphere the indications of spring are
becoming more apparent. The sowing
of wheat and oats are the order of the
About ten young people are going to
be confirmed at the Lutheran church
Three families have moved out of this
vicinity during the past three weeks.
We are sorry to lose such good neigh
bors. Bom, to Mrs. George Streeter, n fine
boy. George is extremely happy.
Tle annual town meeting will soon be
here. We think it is to the interest of
every voter to be present.
Our literary society closed last even
ing with a large attendance. The exer
cises were very interesting, consisting of
recitations and dialogues by the school
children and others. A motion was
made to meet again on the first Wed
nesday in November.
Look out for the assessor, for he is
likely to appear at any time.
Farming has begun in earnest.
Many have their wheat, sown and are
There have been many changes during
the last month; an old Creston ian re
turning after a few years absence would
not know where to look for his friends.
S. A. Fleming has sold his farm to Mr.
Ogun of Dodge, who will move there
with his family; he will bnild a new
house, Mr. Hickson retaining the old one.
George Webb has moved back to Cres
ton on one of Libby's farms.
Mr. Bnleh has rented the farm of
James Brown, jvho is building an addi
tion to bis house, and is working in town
at the elevator, also dispensing justice in
large and small doses.
Mr. Hellbush is working part of Mr.
Wm. Fulton has rented the Warren
Belknap farm with Mr. Strong of Wilson
for house tenant.
F. Kirkland has moved to the farm of
F. W. Anderman.
The five schools in Creston will have
summer terms; the teachers will lie
Misses Casffl'e Cain, V. Morris, Minnie
Barret, Alice Anderman, M- Coleman.
With this array of talent, our children
should be wise and intelligent. a.
Shell Creek Gleaalac-.
The barn of Mr. Roberta near Platte
Center war atrnrdr Uv lirrVitm'nrr Tk
day morning about 3 o'clock and entirely
consumed with contents, grain, machin
ery and about a dozen calves. Mr. R
had everything insured except what was
Mr. B. S. Salomon from Iowa who
bouffht the ritrlit and iiunrnromanta 'r
N.W. U of section 36, town 19, range 3w.,
scnooi tanu ot a. iienricn, lias built a
house and moved on the place. He and
his brother-in-law, Wm. Royalty have
rented the Kerr place. Each having a
quarter section of their qwn and the
rented land thtav will hava tn nr.tr
lively, but they are rustlers and will
Mr. D. Bynon, who bought the rich
bottom land of the Honrfoh form ;, n-
the place and working hard to straight
en up ana get reaay tor work.
Mr. E, W. Sallach, who bought M.
Bloedorn's timber claim, has built a
huge barn, using the upper storv for a
temporary residence till the dwelling
house is completed.
Quite a little crowd of sturdy Ger
man oame on from Tnwa nn ia with "S-
Jolm. Kramer, one is with Mr. Yeldeu,
two on Hilger Greisen's farm. The men
came on with the goods, the women in
we passenger car were earned sixty
miles too far nn tht TCllrHim xr.11..
railroad, but to the credit of the railroad
men, oe n saiu, iney were Drought back
free of charge.
EVANS-March SOth, to Mrs. C. D. Kraaa, a
OUNLAP-March 23d, to Mn. R. B. Domlay
of Lindsay, a son.
VVnRKRn-NVIJUtV-R. Jl W V fA
ley. Axel Ensberg and Mary (TXelsoaaU of
MOBEY Thursdar. March 27th. 10l at her
residence in this city of nearahria of the stom
ach, Emma, wife ot H. M. Morey.
She wa4 born in Cornwall, England, February
9th. ISO. and with her parents moved to Racine
Co., Wiiu. in 1831. She was married to Mr. Morey
nearly twenty-five years before her death. The
family moved to this city from Portland, Oregon,
about two years ago and have mtde many friends
here in that time.
Mrs. Moray's lsst illn?ss was of six mouths'
duration; for the past three months confined to
the house, and during the but three weeks with
out hope ot recovery. Through all the intense
suffering of tho final days her mind was clear,
and never oucn did her christian faith falter;
among her last words were earnest entretl.es to
husband and friends to rest from their watching
considerate dariug health, of the welfare of
others, it wan among her last thoughts, to lighten
the burdens of her friends.
The funeral took place Saturday afternoon at
three from the Methodist church, of which or
ganization she had been a member for thirty-two
years. Rev. Worley preached a very appropriate
and touching sermon, and the mortal remain
were followed to the cemetery by a large con
course of sorrowing friends and acquaintances.
Advertisements nnder this head five cents a
HOLSTEINS-Calves for sale from now till
Jane. Web-Up Jk.nmBbo9.
TJTTM.iCHILTZ makes boots and shoes in ths
beet styles, and uses only the very best
stock (hat can be procured in the market. 32-1 f
citi i .r.rnv vnir h i r.v -Tmui. tin . I
fc---. .w" - v.- .... - .UOW, MM..M.r.
year old stallion, dark gray, sired by Wag-
Crusoe. A large horse, with good action.
19feb-9p Juki Baos.
CrT"Ourquotat ions of the market s areobtained
Tuesday afternoon, ami are correct and reliabU
New corn. .
.Apples per bid
Ilftnai iti pnmh Tidp It.
4 005 00
2 00l?2 50
t 4 30t30O
Rock Springs, nut ...
Kock Springs, lump .
To nil whom it may concern:
The hoard of supervisors in wsular: session
March 18, lit and 20. A. I., 1890. Ueclsred the
following section lines duly ojK-ued a public
Commencing at the northeast corner of sec
tion 4, township IK. range 4 west, aud ru nnins
thence south three miles more or less to
southeast corner ofspctioti it!, town is. range 4
west, and known and designated as the " Koch
Commencing nt the southeast .corner of sec
tion l.i, town 19. range 2 west, nnd running
thence due west on section lines three miles to
the southeast corner of section 10. town 19,
range 2 west and known and designated as the
Commencing at the northeast corner of sec
tion io. town is, range l west, nnd runnning
thence due south on section line one mile to
the southeast corner of said section 10. and
Knsmu MiU designated as the "Latin Koad."
Commencing at the southwest comer of sec
tion 34, town 20, range 1 east, and running theme
due cast on section line one mile to the south
east corner of said section :u. and known aud
designated as the ".Morn n Koad, No. 2."
Commencing at the northeast corner of sec
tion S7, town w. range 1 cast and running
thence south one mile on section hue to the
southeast corner or said section 27. and know n
and designated as the "Heimlng Koad, Xo. 2."
Commencing nt the northwest corner of sec
tion 6. town '.', range a west, and running
thence dtp south on seel ion lines two miles to
the southwest corner of section 7. town 20,
range 3 west, and known and designated as the
"Ole Johnson Koad."
Now nil objection thereto or claims for
damages caused by tho location thereof must
be tiled in the county clerk's nmee of Platte
comity, Nebraska, on or before noon. May 26,
A. D..16W, or the locations may be made per
manent without uirthcr reference thereto.
. . V. Phillips.
f27.l2f.Mcii it County Clerk.
Dated, Columbus Neb., March 20, 18ft.
To all whom It may concern:
The siecial commissioner appointed io view
and report upon the practicability of.
Vacating all that part of a public road known
and designated as the "Watts Koad," com
mencing at XW corner of SW of section 9,
town is, range 2 west, and running thence
south and terminating at the SW corner of
said section i.
Vacating all that p' r Ibe "Territorial
Koad," commencing at XF. corner of section w,
town Ifi. range 2 west.and running due west on
section line one-halt c'i) mile thence southwest
one-half (' ,) mile to near the SW corner of XW
?h of said section, and the location changed to
the south of the I'nion Pacific railway track.
beginning near the XE corner of sectiou 19.
town 16. range 2 west, mid run thence parallel
with said railroad track to the Merrick counc
il ne: has reported favorably to the vacation's
and location above described.
Xow nil objection), thereto, or claims for d.tm
ages caused by the vacations or location there
of, as the case mav be, must be tiled in the
county clerk's office of Platte comity, Xebras
ka,on or before noon. Mav 2t, A. !.. W90, or
the vacations ami location maybe made with
out reference thereto.
fl. V; Phillips.
.l2i;T27Mchlt County Clerk.
Uited, Columbus, Neb., March 20, lago.
Wekmctu Jt BoinroHEB, Plaintiff,
UicaRi Baiib, Defendant. )
Bichard Bar. defendant, will take notice that
on the 10th day of March. 1590, Wermnth 4
Boettcher. plaintiff herein, filed their petition in
the county court of Platte county, Nebraska,
against said defendant, the object and prayer of
which i to secure the payment of three promis
sory notes to wit: One dated April 13th, 1883. for
914.00, with interest at ten per cent from date,
due'Jatmary 1st. 1836: one dated May 1st, 13S3,
for $ZZM, with interest at ten pel cent per an
num, tine Dec. 1st, 1883; one for $102.00, dated
January 14th, IJeifl, due Felt. 13th. 1650, with in
terest at ten per cent per annum, payable anna
ally; that there is now due upon said notes the
sum of S24S.8K, for which stun with interest from
this date, plaintiff prays judgment, l'ou are re
quired to answer said petition on or befora the
th ilay of April, 1890.
Dated March 10th, 18S0.
., , v. , WKRMUTH 4 BOETTCHER.
By J. N. Kiijas. Att'y. 12mar(t
Notice or Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice is herein- v!l'n that hr vlri.x. nt .
chattel mortgage dated on the 2nd day of May
1888. and duly filed for record in the office of the
County Clerk of Platte County. Nebraska, on the
2nd lay of May 1S88, and executed by Peter
Brixious to Jaeob Wagner and Harry Newman,
to secure the payment of the sum of $190.00. and
opnhich there ia now due the sum of $130.00
with Interest at ten per cent, per annum from
date. Default having been made in the terms of
said mortgage, and no action having been had at
witoIiihe...PBCOrery of Baid n, tnerafoia we
J!?. i.the Property herein, deaenbed, via;
2nLb,1wimare nua8 rs oldTone lumbar
waQnl WhAJ?lr"tr. vSkBi one set doable har.
nees. at pnbhc auction in front of the Checkered
barn in the City orColumbqs, in Platta County
oVWkS? "f tyf" of AprU,Wi0toa.
o clock p. m., of said day,
Dntea.Mveh 18th, 1890. jSSmT
i. i. MUD'S.
Ctagrtks car body, oppotits Uotbar Iwtst.
r -- J!
y W W m sy ay
Blae Grass aiflOiM
for Sale By
HERIUI OEMLRICN I IM.
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL AND NEW LINK
OF GKOCafilES WKLL UFXtXTED.
CANNED AND DRIED. OF ALL KINDS,
GUARANTEED TO BE OF HE8T '
DRY GOODS !
A GOOD AND WELL SELECTED STOCK AL
WAB AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAP-
BOOTS & SHOES !
THAT DEFY COMPETITION.-"
BUTTER AMD EGG 8
. .., .
Aad all kiada of coaatry produce takea ia t rad
to aay part of the city. ,
UKP ONLY THE BEST GRADES OF FLOUR
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BWawaBBWCfaiw2awflH!aBBaSeWflBWtrS'pJSB Ji -SilayiKS k.:5 ""'
IT IS THE CRY EVERYWHERE, EVEN
ACROSS the SEA IT SEEMS TO BE
The - Watchword!
The kind of reform I want to inaugurate is
the reform in the prices of Clothing, Hats, Caps
and Gents' Furnishing Goods, and I promise you
Long years of experience have taught me
how to purchase goods and how they can and
should be sold. We all know we don't want to
work for glory, and a business man should have
a fair profit on his goods, but these profits some
times differ too much, not in your favor by any
Now, all I want to do is to show you the
difference in these differences, and you can easily
be convinced by calling at headquarters of
THE GLOBE CLOTHIER
on or after April 1st, on which day I will throw
open the doors of my elegant store to the people
of Platte county with a fine line of Clothing,Hats,
Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods, the best
selection ever offered in Central Nebraska, and
on this occasion I shall present every lady with
an elegant souvenir. You are cordially invited.
Leader of low prices and strictly one price
ThimiRtli Stmt, Nut Dur Wist if J. A. BARBER & CO.'S
CS. O. BECBKH. Ettabliihrd 1979.
gus. g. becher
. G. BECHER &
Loan, Real Estate
mF ta Laaa oa Farma at lowest rate of iatersst, on short aad loag Uma. ia amosata n
Caaiflet Akstracta af Title to all Real Estate is Platte coaatr.
NOTAKY PCBUO AXWATB OFTICK.
Vmrm d I'ltw Praautv far Sals.
laaaraate against fire. Lightning aad Tornadoes.
bm very best comisudea represented.
MatawalB Ttcksts to aad Ttom all aarta ia Europe.
Uaioa PaeUe aad Midlaad Pacific R. R. Laade far aato at fraai M.W totMBwaatafornak
oronfivaortaayaaratiiaa.iaaaaBalpavmeBtetoaaitparchaaera. Wa hav atoo i a largaaad chote
lot of other laadi, improved aad oaiinprojed.foraalaat tow prtea aad oa r'h 'Jf:..?!
business aad 3denci lot iatba city. Wa keep a coaplato abattactot Utl to all real estate la
Platte Cooaty. mttm-
COLUMBUS, KEBRaUHEA. m
WaolaaalB aad Retail Pastor ia
fene, Ptiltry, ai4 Froi Fisi.
laf-CaaapaU for Hidaa,PeRa, Tallow. WlaBaat awaat artaa aaM far fat issllla.
iOlto StrMt, tw Dmh Ktrth f tkw Fir Hatkul iaik.
j E. SOWXJU,
Arelitiet : ui : Sipiriitift-tit.
Eighteea years eaperienoe. Plans, Specifica-
tiout einm, furaiaaed on sbortnotice.
and satisfaction gaaraBteed. Officf, on door
' north of Clotlunr bouse on Nebraska Avenue.
COLUMBUS. If EB.
TilC i il mis al m.
Th Charft, the Simplest and the Easiest
Banning Mill on the Market.
Call m Is at Am Facttrf
eftre Purchatinf ElMwiMrt.
Lin Airo Accidint Ixscbancb, bob bat
for the tale of
All Kiiii f Suuft a Sfteialiy.
LAND FOR SALE.
A FINE IMPROVED FARM
for ami ia Shall Creek valley,
Colaaaaau roataiaia WM
acres of lead: aaoat 12U acres
aauer caltivatioa; 10 acre heavily tiaaaered. re-
ataiader aosUy ia clover aaa Mat ataaa paasara.
aad bay laad; 156 f rait trea.-aaalee. pears,
cherry, plaas. etesoaa baanac: all kiada of
oraaBMBtal tree aad aaraas; 19
grape viae. The rana eaoi la I
virfed into small aM br faaea
of sevea rooasa, araaary. eora crih
stable wita aayaow. canM aara i
toss of has: aok hoasei 2 walla: i
fa pastara. For fartaar parHealata iaaaJra at
Jocaai.aBa. or aaaraaa, H. a, aara af Jotna.
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