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LEBANON LODGE No. 58. A. F. A A. M.
month. Ail brethren invited to attend.
('. II. Sheldon, V. M.
Hiralar meetings sa eonewaj " -
M. H. Whit, Sec'y. 3jmy
-meets Tuesday evenings of each
week at their liall on ininrt-uJi
HtrHet. Visiting brethren cordially
invited U. J. IlUDsON. N. I..
HUHCH OF LATTER-DAY
Milnr services even- Suwlay
1 Saints hold regular Mjryices every Sunday
at 2 p. ui.. praer meeting on Wwlnesday evening
at their chapel, corner of North street and Pacific
All are cotuiauv iuw.
Elder 11. J. Hudson. President.
jgr-Until further notice, all adver
. tiflements under tins head will be charg
.ed at the rate of Ove cents a line each
iBSue. We make this lower rate to con
form with the times.
the lads now suits at Galley
Several fine showers during the past
Bananas, 25 cents a dozen at Ras
Stonesifer's are offering some bar
gains in shoes.
hase Jfc Sanborn's coffees to bo had
only at Uasmussen's. 1
p English breakfast tea only GO cents
-a pound at Stonesifer's.
Dr. Nauman, dentist, office in Gluck
building, Eleventh street.
Old nowspapera by the hundred, 25
cents at the Joubkal- office.
A Rood rain Sunday, and now every
Bftecieffof vegetation looks thrifty.
The finest baby buggies in the city.
Call and see them. F. W. Herrick.
Dr. T. IS. Clark, successor to Dr.
Sehug, Olive sL In office at nights.
Books, Toys, Pianos, Organs, Sewing
Machines. E. D.Fitzpatrick, 13th st
Go to Ed. J. Niewohner for fine
watch repairing sign of the Big Watch.
Next meeting of the Farmers' Club
at H. B. Heed'a Friday next, May
29th, 1 p. hi.
W. H. Lewis and W. T. Rickly have
been shipping a number of hogs to mar
ket the past week.
D. B. Duffy, Schuyler, Neb., will do
your house-moving, iu good shape and
at reasonable prices. ltf-eow
Insure your property with North &
Chambers. They will place your policy
with the best companies. 38tf
Farm loans on from one to five
years' time. Low interest and optional
payments. P. W. Henrich.
The celebrated Quick-Meal, and
Monarch gasoline stoves, the best in th
market. For sale bv A. Boettcher. 4tf
The showers of the past week have
strengthened the confidence of farmers
in the outcome of crops this season.
J. O. Blodgett says some one placed
his cultivator on the U. P. track he
supposes with the intent of wrecking a
The literary exercises of the gradu
ating class of the High School will take
plaoe next Monday evening at the opera
Upon Rev. J. L. St. Clair, formerly
a Methodist minister here, the college at
Madison has conferred the degree of
Plymouth Rocks and Single-comb
WhitD Tohnrns of the finest strains.
"Eggs for hatching S1.50 setting. H. P.
H. C. Newman has purchased of
Mrs. Faublo the residence property on
16th street, built and first occupied by
Be sure to renew your insurance
with North & Chambers. They will, in
all respects, deal fairly by you, and pro
tect your interests. 38tf
Our old friend, Hon. Guy C. Bar
num, says that he is not a candidate for
sheriff, or for any other office, and he
desires it distinctly so understood.
Rev. Hunt, the Congregational min
ister, preaches at the Presbyterian
church in the afternoon of Sundays, and
at the Baptist church in the evening.
We are now showing the
choicest line of sample carpets
in the city. Call and see us.
Br. H. C. Haughawout of Los
Angeles, CaliL, ac arrived in the city
". to make it hia home. He is a first-class
deatist, and goes into partnership with
Mrs. Lana Kammer drew one of
" those fine large wash bowls aid pitchers
at Stonesifer's. We notice thai there
are two more left Wonder who will be
- the next lucky one?
. -r-The masicale met with Mrs. Reeder
Monday evening. The next meeting will
be with Ho. F. H. Busche next Tuesday
at 3 p. m. The open meeting will be
. fceld at Mrs. McAllister's June 29th.
Child ron Cry for
A. A N. TIME TABLE.
Rock salt and oil cake at Rasmus
Ex-governor David Butler dropped
dead at bis home near Pawnee City at
8:35 Monday morning, of heart failure.
Thursday last during the storm the
limb of a tree about a foot thick blew
down in L Gluck's yard near windows
and doors without even breaking any
For Harrison wagons and Coartland
spring wagons and buggies, call oa J. A.
Gutzmer, opposite Dowty's drug store.
He is sure to satisfy you in prices and
A meeting of the Alumni was held
Friday evening at the residence of R. H.
Honry. Committees were appointed to
make arrangements for a banquet,
A suggestion for additional watering
troughs for the use of farmers horses
was made in The Jodbnai. some weeks
since. The Council have ordered two.
We have jnst received our
spring stock of parasols and
sun umbrellas, the best line In
the city, at Galley Bros.
House and lot, with good barn and
other out houses, for sale cheap for cash.
Smith's addition. Inquire at Arnold &
Kohler's real estate office or at The
Jocbxal office. 28jantf
J. R. Mathewson is in the photo
graph business at Humphrey, and is
doing very well. The Joubnai. is glad
to hear that he is succeeding in his new
FromW. W. Rice, with L. Tinkel
& Co., we are in receipt of a boom edi
tion or Montrose, Colorado, which shows
that thriving young city of 2500 people
in very fair shape.
Allen Vincent of Butler county was
one of the attendants at court here last
week. He doesn't look so strong as in
the old days, but he is the same genial
man he used to be.
Last week Stoneeifers had the side
walk covered with shoes. We wanted to
know what it all meant, and he politely
informed us that it was a special sale for
the benefit of the people.
Don't fail to call at the New York
Millinery Store and see the new goods.
We are glad to have you call and ex
amine our goods and see our prices.
Mrs. M. A. Russell & Daughter. 5-3t
John Nelson and Miss Clara Cleve
land were united in marriage Monday
by Justice Wm. O'Brien. May Provi
dence be kind to them and prosper
them, is the wish of The Joubnai
Bring your job printing to The
Journal office. We have excellent ma
terial, nice type to do work with, and
the best of new, job presses. Work done
as promised, and satisfaction guaranteed.
One of the most important cases be
fore the court the past week was that of
Guy C. Barnum against B. & M. R. R.
$1800 damages was the verdict of the
jury and the company has applied for a
Don't forget the sociable at Frank
fort square this evening. The brass
band will be present to give some of
their selections, and you can eat all you
wish of ice cream and cake, at 10 cents
Revs. H. Miessler of this city and E.
Holm of Creston attended the session of
the conference representing the Evan
gelical Luthoran synod of Missouri, Ohio
and other suites, in Omaha, Wednesday
Clothing! Clothing! Call
and see our new spring styles,
the largest stock in the city,
and the prices the lowest, at
We have been asked to discuss at
length in The Journal the different
phases of our public school system.
Perhaps we may do so before long. In
the meantime let those who have any
thing to offer for publication make ready.
-James PearaaU's familiar face was
seen on our streets yesterday. We un
derstand Jim has a bid in for the erec
tion of the new building, to be built at
Grant Institute. He is a rustler, and
we hope he will get the contract. Gen
The Grand Pacific Hotel, corner of
Olive and Tenth streets, is now open for
the accommodation of the public, J. W.
Judkins, proprietor. The bouse has
been thoroughly overhauled and refitted,
and will be conducted in first-class style
in every respect. tf
I have just received some private
funds to loan upon improved farms for
three or five years, borrower to have
privilege of paying off from flOO to $500
on loan at end of any year, thns reduc
ing principal and interest. Call imme
diately. P. W. Henrich. 6-2-2t
Street Commissioner Elliott begs
leave, in this public manner, to say to
William Dietrich, that he is now around
taking orders for potatoes to be deliver
ed on or about the first of October next,
if the latter part of the season shall
prove favorably inclined towards pota
toes. Rev. W. M. Worley returned Wed
nesday from his trip to Grand Island,
St Paul, etc At the former place he
preached on Sunday week, and on Mon
day visited the sugar beet factory and
the soldiers' home, and at the latter
place attended the ministerial associa
tion. John Roap of near Duncan, was in
town Friday with five teams to haul
lumber out for his new dwelling house.
And w the picture of prosperity, thrift
and enterprise is being 'filled out on
these grand prairies and there is room
and welcome for hundreds of thousands
Dr. E. H. Nauman, our gentlemanly
dentist, has packed his outfit and moved
to Columbus, Nebraska. The doctor
was a good workman and had made
many friends during hia stay in our
town, but seeing a better opportunity at
Columbus, he concluded to accept it.
We are sincerely sorry to lose him. Ox
ford (Iowa) Mirror.
W. D. Mansfield, lately of Sioux
City, Iowa, purchased the Home Restau
rant of L. J. Baker and took possession
on the 19th. He has a wide circle of
acquaintance, and the Hone Restaurant
will, as usual, be foand open, day and
nurht, for the accommodation of the
public yoa will be at home say time
Meals at all hours.
Chi Id rn Cry for
The Telegram is lavish of advice to
the Colambaa 8Uto Baak aad the First
National Bank, In regard to erecting
"two handsome bank bandings" on the
lota owned by then severally on op
posite corners of Olive and Thirteenth
streets. The Journal would be very
much pleased to see two fina new, brick,
atone or marble buildings on those two
corners, as well as on every other pair
of corners in the business portion of the
city, but dont undertake to overdo any
business, or build new houses for the
mere sake of emptying old ones that are
in good condition. These two banks
are doubtless doing a flourishing busi
ness we are not in their secret affairs
at all, but we judge that is the case,
but we venture to remark that either of
them, in the places they now occupy,
could do three or four times what they
do, and why take so much capital out of
active business, for no substantial bene
fit? The Telegram might be advised to
put up a fine, large, new brick printing
office, instead of the one it now occupies,
but why should it, when ten, twenty
times the business it now does could
be handled in the place it now uses?
Somebody asked an Irishman why he
didnt buy a trunk. "What for?" be
said. To put your clothes in. "And go
naked?" he replied. Not intimating at
all that these banks would be "abort" it
they put up very fine, new buildings, we
suggest to the Telegram the perfect pro
priety of allowing them to choose their
own time for that purpose. The truth
is there are, in every community, some
men who are exceedingly anxious to see
the other people make the outlays of
money. We dont say that the Tele
gram is actuated by any fault-finding
spirit, we think differently, but we
simply suggest that there is another
side to look at The three banking
houses we have are doing all the busi
ness of the town in that line, and as they
are not speculating in real estate why
should they not be allowed to let well
enough alone? Give us new enterprises,
new lines of business and new structures
for these new lines.
A nice shower of rain 'yesterday great
ly improved the condition of the grass
and small grain, making everybody
happy, for some had already begun to
predict a drouth.
There was an alliance organized at the
Spoerry school house last Tuesday even
ing by P. C. Frye, county organizer, D.
L. Bruen, president, Hia Aden, vice
president, Reinhold Bodraer, secretary,
Wm. Steinbeck, treasurer, Alfred Bod-
mer, seargant-at-arms. This organiza
tion is called the Veto Alliance and will
meet every two weeks.
Mrs. W. W. Wilson of Oconee is vis
iting in Grand Prairie this week.
There is some talk of building a Lu
theran church at the corners by Peter
Snyder's, which will be used for the ac
commodation of the Methodist and Ad
vent societies. We earnestly hope the
good work will go on.
D. L. Bruen recently bought five cows
of J. S. Freeman, making quite an ad
dition to his choice herd of cattle.
Xeraorial Day Service.
Baker Poet No. 9 with Ladies Relief
Corps and Sons and Daughters of
Veterans and the Fire Department will
meet at G. A. R. hall, 1 p. m. climp,
Saturday, May 30th. The line of march
has not yet been determined. The ex
ercises at the opera house will be:
Oration by Col. M. Wbitmoyer; an
essay by Mrs. O. D. Butler; Tribute to
the nnknown dead, by Comrade R. L.
Roesiter; a song. Soldiers' Memorial
Day, by pupils of Mrs. H. E. Ballon;
the Flowers, by pupils of Mr. Leavy and
Miss Dawson; the Flag of the Free, a
song by pupils of Miss Chattie Rice;
The Little Patriots, by twenty-four girls,
pupils of Miss McGatb, Mrs. Scott and
Miss Cashing. March to cemetery and
decoration of graves; song by Relief
Corps. The Columbus Cornet Band, we
learn as we go to press, will take part in
The Syracuse (Nebr.,) Review Track
Company are sending out circulars con
cerning their spring meeting, June 24
26,'91. They have the only kite-shaped
track in the state. The classes in trot
ting are 3:00, 2:35, 229. 2:25, 2:40,2:45,
220, pacing 2:35, 2:20, 2:50. Nomina
tions to the 2:40, 2:50 trotting and 250
pacing classes will "positively close on
The finest English breakfast tea sold
in the state, to be found at Stonesifer's,
at only 60 cents a pound. Sold by all
other dealers at 80 cents. Ten chests of
this tea just received direct from Japan.
Ton, who are lovers of a good cup of tea,
dont fail to try this T, when yon are
looking for a good article and a bargain
at the same time. 1
On next Saturday, May 90th, Stone
sifer will give a grand special sale oa
shoes. Dont miss the opportunity to
get your daughter, your wife, your son
and your husband a pair of shoes at
these special bargains. Remember the
place Stonesifer's between August
Boettcher's and Paul Hoppen's.
The veterans of Baker Post No. 9,
Ladies of the Relief Corps, and Sons of
Veterans attended services Sanday
morning at the Presbyterian church,
Rev. O. A. Elliott preaching the sermon,
taking for his text Rev. iii:12. The mu
sic prepared for the occasion was espe
Leander Gerrard as administrator
of the estate of Abner Turner, deceased,
advertises for sale Friday, Jane 5th, 10
a. nuat the Turner Farm, on the Is
land, cattle, horses, hogs, mules, wagons,
harness, implements, ete etc. Sums
under 925 cash; $25 and over, one year's
time, 8 per cent
All old soldiers and other patriotic
people are cordially invited to attend a
patriotic entertainment to be given by
the Epworth League next Sanday even
ing, May 31st, at the Methodist church;
the exercises will consist of literary and
musical numbers. No charge for ad
mission. -Judge Alien, Mr. aad Mm W.T.
Howard aad George Taadanaeulsa were
among the Schuyler people who attended
Dillon's entertainment hers Saturday
evening. The latter gsatlssjsa takes
editorial charge of the Qaill daring
'Squire Swearingen was in town Mon
day. Dan Condon of Omaha was in town
Phillip Dieffenbach was in the city
Henry Zinnecker visited St Edward
Gerhard Loseke was a Columbus visi
C C White of Crete was a Columbus
Rev. A. Henrich of Platte Center was
in the city yesterday.
J. S. Wells returned Monday from a
visit to Columbus, Ohio.
Loran Clark of Albion was in the city
Monday, eastward bound.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Snow of Schuyler
visited relatives in the city over Sunday.
Niels Olson and Mr. Anderson were
down from Creston twp. yesterday.
O. T. Roen of the First National bank
returned Friday from a trip to St. Paul,
M. Vogel has returned from Denver,
where he was for a week. Plenty of
W. B. Backus, superintendent of Grant
Institute, Genoa, was in the city Friday,
Miss Jennie Hilkins of Glen Falls,
New York, expects to visit her sister
here this summer.
Mrs. Charity Smith went to Republi
can City Thursday, called there by the
illness of her sister.
'Hugh Compton, conductor on 'the
Sioux City freight is enjoying his few
days vacation at Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L Colgrove of Oconee,
were in the city Saturday and listened
to the Dillon entertainment
Rev. W. F. Allen, who has been
preaching for the Baptists of this city,
left Saturday for Colfax, Iowa.
Miss Martha Turner returned home
Wednesday from a visit with friends in
Bern, Kansas, and St Joseph, Missouri.
Mrs. F. B. Fields and daughter of
David City have been visiting this week
with Mrs. Fields's sister, Mrs. C. B.
Mel. Watts, who has been with the
Messrs. Zinnecker the past year, has
gone to Arlington to take charge of a
Mrs. George W. Hulst, of Rapid City,
S. D., who has been visiting in the south
and latterly at Omaha, arrived in the
city hist week.
Miss Mary Cooncy came down from
Fullerton Saturday to attend the John
Dillon performance, returning to her
Daniel G. Christy, who has been teach
ing at Clarkson, Colfax county, arrived
in the city last week and is sojourning
here for the present
A. M. Jennings came down Saturday
from Newman Grove, passed a few days
in the paradise of homo, and returned
to his work Tuesday.
Walter Craig of Cadiz, O., was in the
city Tuesday night of last week, on his
way to Schuyler, to visit his son John,
who lives near that city.
Our old friend Thomas McCarville of
Platte Center left here Monday evening
for Evanston, Wyoming, where he ex
pects to remain this summer.
Fred. Jewell, who was attending the
theater Saturday night, says he is not
in politics." Ho has three hundred
acres of grain in, and is looking after
The Journal- was indebted Saturday
to a very pleasant call from D. M. But
ler, editor of the David City Tribune,
who was on his way home from a trip to
All the members met at L Gluck's
office Friday evening, Mayor Ragatz in
The clerk didn't have the minntes of
the previous regular meeting quite right
and after correction according to what
was done, they were duly and fully ap
proved. A petition was presented by the Co
lumbus Sewerage Co. asking for the
-privilege of laying a sewerage pipe for
drainage purposes on certain streets,
and for providing for its use by citizens.
Mr. North of the company presented the
petition, together with a rough draft,
suggestive of what is desired by the
company. Referred to the judiciary
The contract with A. Heintz for light
ing the streets of the city with electricity
then came under consideration, and was
duly entered into with all the formali
ties of law. Heintz gets SHOO a year,
payable in equal, annual installments,
the lights to be 1200 candle power, to be
turned on at early twilight and kept
going till 12 p. m.
The contract with A. J. Whitaker for
sprinkling the streets was also signed by
the City of Columbus per Henry Ragatz,
Mayor, and the man who has the job,
and duly "accepted and ratified." He is
to get $1000 for six months, from May
1st to November 1st, including also such
other times during the remainder of the
year, as the mayor may deem necessary.
The quit-claim deed from J. P. Becker
and wife to a certain portion of out lot
8, Becker's addition, for use as a public
street was read and ordered placed on
record at the county clerk's office.
A petition was presented for the al
lowance of a rebate to parties who had
made long-distance connections with the
water mains, prior to the passage of an
ordinance providing for the allowance
of such rebate. Referred to committee
A petition signed by Michael Welsh,
Owen Reagan, Wm. Lohr, J. D. War
nick, Robert McCray, Florella Mclntire,
Clara Mclntire, Charles 'Wake, Peter
Plant, John Elston, M. W. Corwin, W.
G. Ballon, W. H. Roberts, W. P. All
baugh,M.E. Hamer, Paul Kobor,J. F.
Love, Bernard Caff rey, Josiah McFar
land, John R. Booth, J. W. Bennett,
Joseph Miters and three others whose
names we cannot decipher, was presen
ted, asking the council "to cause the
slaughter houses to be moved out of the
limits of the city." Bcettcher said that
as the committee had examined and re
ported the slaughter houses in fair con
dition, it was not worth while to do any
thing further. Phillips moved that the
matter be referred to the board of
health, which was agreed to, unani
mously. The vacation of a portion of the streets
around Columbia square was talked of,
but no formal action taken.
The Earnest Workers were granted
the privilege of using Frankfort square
this evening (May 27th,) for a sociable.
The use of Buffalo square for a pic
nic for the school children was granted,
and the committee on public property
and waterworks directed to have the
grass cut, the square nicely cleaned off,
and a pitcher pump put in for the use
of the children.
Two watering troughs were ordered,
one to be placed east of Dussel's busi
ness house, corner of Eleventh and
Olive, the other west of the Lindell
house, near the corner of Eleventh and
M streets. These locations were unani
mously agreed upon after a full canvass
of the merits of several other locations.
The consideration of the printing mat
ter was then resumed. At a former
meeting the committee on printing had
reported, recommending that the prop
ositions of Tub Journal and the Sen
tinel be accepted, at one-third legal rate
each, and a like sum profferred to the
weekly Telegram. On a motion to adopt
the report of the committee, Phillips
moved to amend by accepting the prop
osition of the Telegram, which was to
publish once each in the daily and
weekly Telegram for two-thirds legal
rate. This motion was carried, and
pending the consideration of the original
motion as amended. Gray moved to lay
the motion on the table, which was car
ried. None of the council spoke to the
question except Gray, a member of the
committee on printing, whose report
was nnder consideration, and attacked
by an amendment which exclnded two
of the newspapers of the city from any
recognition whatever, and proposed to
give to the Telegram alone, two-thirds
as much as to the Telegram, Sentinel
and Journal- together, for the publica
tion of ordinances, etc. Mr. Gray said
that under the ordinary system of trans
acting business by the council, very
much had been left to committees for
investigation and report, and unless
there was some good reason for adopting
a contrary course than that recommend
ed by the committee, their report was
entitled to a little consideration. The
committee meant to be just and entirely
fair to all interests concerned. The three
papers were placed on the same footing
by the report of the committee. In his
opinion there were only two lights in
which to view the matter. First, to take
the economical view, and accept the very
lowest bid this would be economy,
straight Second, to publish in all three
papers, giving those who read either one
of them an opportunity to read the or
dinances of the city, and all for the one
legal rate. This was the report of the
committee, and he could see no good
reason for objection to it
No one uttered an objection, the vote
was taken, and the printing goes to the
Telegram by the votes of Speice, Phil
lips, Gondring and Boettcher, as against
Gray and Pollock.
Since writing the above, (though there
seemed no doubt of the intention of the
four democratic members of the city
council), there looks like a little room
for dispute, "on the face of the returns,"
so to speak, whether they have not ac
cepted the propositions of the Sentinel
and Journal and (instead of proffering
the same one-third to the Telegram),
had accepted their proposition, too,
making it one-third to Sentinel, one
third to Journal and two-thirds to daily
and weekly Telegram. Why not let it
be so understood?
The council then adjourned to Mon
day, June 1st, at which time the law
requires them to sit as a board of equal
ization; so that yon can look over the
assessor's books and find out whether he
has yon down for more tlian your pro
portionate share of taxable property, and
govern yourself accordingly.
Real Estate Ileal.
For the week ending May 25th, 1891.
All deeds warranty unless otherwise
Soma J. Morearty and husband to Geo.
W. Phillips, e!i art blk V. tiotta-
chalk's add $1200 00
H. K. Thomas and wife to Maggie A.
Hensley, lot 4. blk IS, Stevens add . . . 450 00
Colombo Land & Invest. Co. to Mag-
aie A. Hensley. lot 3. blk 3, Highland
Thomas Ottia to Dan'l M. Ottis, nw.U .
Marshall . Ramsey and wife to Nico-
I. all BWJ 1S-3MB 1MNJW
U. 8. to Peter Ripp. nii, sw i, 26-W-
Ouh. O. Becher county treasurer to J.
H. Kersenbrock. lots 7 and 8. block
178. City of Columbus, tax deed
Stark Inghram to W. II. Beck aad T.
Wolf, lot 14, block 5. town of Creston
8. D. CheaeldiDff and wife to M. A.
Peters, lot 1, block 30, and lots ft, 7.
8 V. lOl block a, Speice's addition to
Union Pacific Ry Co. to S. Onnschke,
eVi, se!, 13-W-lw..
Jacob Louis and wife to (ieorge Farley.
foe 1 ulK IWJ --
iMBortaat dabbing Aaaoaaremeat.
We are pleased to announce to our
readers that we have made arrangements
with the publishers of the Nebraska
Farmer, the leading live stock and farm
journal of the west, by which we can
offer it one year with The Columbus
Journal mid the Nebraska Family Jour
nal, all for $20, but very little more
than the price of one publication. This
offer is good for renewals or new sub
scribers. Let every one who desires to
take advantage of this liberal offer do so
at once. Address,
M. K. Turner & Co.,
Tuesday afternoon, and are correct and reliable
a BAIN, ETC.
Advertisements under this head five cents a
TfJM.SCHILTZ makes boot aad shoes in the
W best styles, aad aaes only the very best
tockthatcsm be proenred in the market. 52-tf
Land OSce at Grand Island. Neb., )
May 4th, 1891. f
Notice U hereby given that the following
Bamed settler has tied notice of his intention to
make final proof in sapport of his claim, awl
that aamroof will be made before the clerk of
the district conrt atColambas, Neb., on Jane
KV 18M. vis: Isaac Kenyon, Homestead No.
58, for the E. H & K. !i 87W. U 8. E. X and
& B. X 8. W. ii of section , township 17 north,
ef range 2 west.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon aad caltivatiou of,
said laad. viz: William W. Mannington. Joseph
Webster. Oeoraw Halttaad RasssU D. Crossett,
ail of Moaton, Bab.
Gash Bargain Store.
We have an arrangement with par
ties in the east by which we receive a
consignment of bargains every week,
picked up for cash at bankrupt
and sheriff's sales for about one-half
their value, and we are offering these
barffahi lots to our customers with
only our regular small per cent ad
ded. Of course wc can't duplicate
them, but while they last you can get
what you want at less than it cost to
AVe have now on sale one lot of l.r0
dozen hose in solid colors ami fancy
stripes at file, worth 10 to loo.
100 dozen handkerchiefs at 3c,
100 gross dress buttons 5c dozen,
worth 10 to 15c.
50 dozen bath towels at 10c, worth
We have added a nice line of shoes,
shirts and pants that it will pay you
We are closing out our habyjcoaeh
es at less than cost to make.
F. H. LAMB & CO.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the
following described chattel mortgages, to wit:
One dated March 8th. 18M0. and duly hied and
recorded in the office of the county clerk of
IMatte county, Nebraska, on the 10th day of
March, 1890. and executed by C. C. Miller and
L. H. Webb to The Columbus State Bank of
Columbus, Nebraska, to secure the payment of
the sum of $1,000.00 and upon which there is due
at the first publication hereof $1,120.00 and also
by virtue of a chattel mortgage dated June 13th,
leftV, and duly filed and recorded in the office of
the county clerk of Platte county, Nebraska, on
the said 13th day of June. 18W). and executed by
Lewis II. Webb to Annie C. Rollia to secure the
payment of the sum of fl.0U0.00 and upon which
there is due at the first publication hereof
$1,074.00. J . , .
Default having been made in the payment of
the sum of money in the mortgage first described
herein and default having been made in the con
ditions of thesecond mortgage herein mentioned
by the mortgagors failure to keep the property
in said mortgage described, insured, for the
benefit of the said mortgagee, and no suit or
other proceedings at law having been instituted
for the recovery of the said debts or either of
them, therefore we will sell the property in both
of said mortgages described, viz: All the furni
ture heretofore contained in the Urand Pacific
Hotel in the city of Columbus, Nebraska, and
used in connection therewith and consisting of
bods, bedding, stoves, ranges, dishes, glassware,
silverware, carpets, piano, mirrors, show-case,
chairs, tables and all other fixtures and personal
lira Dat of 'June. 1891.
at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day.
Six months' time will be given on all aums
over $10.00, with approved security.
Tbk ('oluxbus State B ink and
Annie C. Hoiain,
Land Office at Grand Island, Neb.,
April 16th, 1891. )
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has bled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the clerk of
the district court, at Columbus, Neb., on May
30th, 1891, viz: Johann Hermann Naber, Home
stead No. 163H8, for the K. Vt S. E. i of section
20, township 19 north, of range 1 east.
continuous residence upon and cultivation of.
NUU UUIU, . unuivil ..U.UUUU, .........
Ilmului lfAlnn.k l.ittlAtnnnn nf Krutpof- Hon..
and Edwin Ahrens, of Columbus, Neb.
' FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Grand Island, Neb., )
April 21st, 1SI. S
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the clerk of
the district court, at Columbus, Neb., on June
8th. lUHl, viz: Kortzmeir Boris, Homestead No.
167U. for the N. J5 S. W. X of section 2, town
ship In north, of range 2 west.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of.
said land, viz: Joseph Boons, Joseph Opiela ami
Frank Balk, of Duncan, Neb., and Stanislaus
Cuba, of Genoa, Neb.
Land Office at Grand Island. Neb., I
May 4, 1891. )
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tied notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before clerk of the
district court, at Columbus, Neb., on June ISth.
1391, viz: George C. Smith, homestead No.
14484. for the E. , 8. W. ii. of Section Si,
Township 18 North, of Range 2 West. He names
the following witnesses to proie his continuous
residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz:
Henry Claybarn, of Platte Centre. Wallace W.
Mannington, of Monroe, Charles E. Chapin, of
Oconee, William W. Wilson, of Oconee, Nebr.
as a yrtr tt btlnc mad bv Jofca It.
Coodnla.l iujrN.T.1 . IU .. Kate,
yon tuar not iJuf a muck, tut wa c.a
Mail, yvuqiikklj bow totant fromSata
SIS a'.Uy at tua mil, aad aua aa you (a
oa. Buia arica, all . laaayuuiei
lAartrka. ; raa cmwmw at hvm, i
r,ng all uar iihmvw ia laaaMMa oal ta
Uia wuta. All uww. laraatpajatM l
nm ickir. He atari jre. fcranaiaa-
awrtkinc. EASILY, SPLLDlLTIaarocit.
BiiMsn raaTuaa, auux.
potato MU.& Catatom
1 mar? ai
Offer all kinds of Field Seeds at the lowest
market price, such as
RED CLOVER, TIMOTHY,
ORCHARD, BLUE GRASS,
RED TOP, HUNGARIAN,
Choice - Seed - Corn.
CANNED AND DRIED. OF ALL KINDS
GUARANTEED TO BE OF BEST
DRY GOODS !
A GOOD AND WELL SELECTED STOCK AL
WAYS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAP.
BOOTS &SH0ES !
IVTHAT DEFY COMPETITION.!
BUTTER AID EGOS
Aad all klada of eoantry produce taken ia trade
aad all goods delivered free of charga
to any part of the city.
K1KP ONLY THE BEST GRADES OF VLOTJB
aafcr Carriages aAitsnwwalyfer
si riti ar ! m
By order of the Court.
Cattle, Horses, Hogs, Mnk, Wagons
HARNESS, TMPT.TMWNTS, HjUMLE
TONIAN COLTS, NORMAN COLTS'
BROOD MARES, FEEDING STEERS,
sHomoi cows, poland bk,
FRIDAY, JUNE 5, '91.
Salt CtMNMKfcg at W a'dtda a. .
At the Turner Farm, on the Island, in Polk coun
ty, Neb., directly south of Columbus.
Under $25, cash; $25
time, at eight per cent.
MUST BE SOLD!
And will be sold RagardltSS if Met.
Drat lfe a Clianco to
DON'T FORGET THE DAT,
Friday, June 5, '91.
Free Lunch at the Ranch.
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GUS. G. BECHER & CO.,
: and :
.AJ3.C1 X3esuL Estate.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS at lowest rates of interest, on short or lone time. In amoanta
to suit applicants. ........
COMPLETE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE to all reul estat in Platte county.
Notary Public always in office.
Farm awl eitr property for sale. ....... i .n ...
Make collections of foreign inheritances and aMI steamship tickets to aad from all narta
of Europe. J8ialj8atf
I Miaaaad Padle B. R-Laaasfaraalsat
J I In til aaaalf laTrllaw
yaaa. tS aaaaaaaa. aj lawan
proved aad unimproved,
iota ia iaa cuy. w
fiatM, Ptiltry, ui Freak Fill.
aaTCaanaaU to aUdea,Ptta, Tallow. aUcaaatmarkal
Olift Stmt, lw. Dttrt Ntrth tf tfct
and over, one year's
Double Your Money !
City : Loans
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