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WEDXKSDAY.DECEMBER 2, 18B1.
A. AN. TIME TABLE.
Leaves Celarwhas.... ..
Arrive at Linoola
The paseeaeer leaves Lincoln at 4dBp.au, sad
wives at Cotanbae 7:04 p. m; thefniigal 1 in
Lincoln at 705 a. u, aad arinf at Cotaatas at
Atlantic Ex. .. 735a.m
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Co!. Local.... 6300a. m
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LINCOLN, COLTT5IBUB AND BIOOX CTTT.
Passenger arrives from Sioux City...- 2Dp. m
leaves Colambcs for Line's. 2 p. m
" arriTeafrom Lincoln 2300 p. m
" leaves for Sionx City 230 p. m
Mixed leave for Sioux City -535 a. m
Mixed arrivea .iusup. m
FOB ALBION AHD OEDAB BANBS.
Passenger leaves 230 p;m
Passenger arrive oiiJ! p
Mixed arrivea 830 p.m.
rje-AU notices nniler this heading will be
charged at the rato of $2 a j ear.
A LEBANON LODGE No. 58. A. F. ATM.
-W-Kegular meetings 2d Wednesday in each
XJ month. All brethren invited to attend.
Ar c. H. Sheldon, W. M.
M. IL White, Sec'y. 20jnly
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EOUQANIZEDCIIUBCH OF LATTER-DAY
Saints hold regular services every unnday
at 2 p. m., prayer meeting on Wednesday evening
at their chapel, corner of North street and Pacific
Avenue. All are cordially invited.
13jnl89 Elder II. J. Hudson. President.
JSTUntil further notice, all adver
tisements under this head will be charg
ed at the rate of fire cents a lino each
issue. We make this lower rate to con
form with the times.
Sale bills printed at this office.
Come to The Journal for job work.
Choice lots Stevens's addition
EL Silver-thread sauer kraut for sale at
rbehlrich Bros.' 25nov2-5t
Born, Monday, Nov. 30th, to Mrs.
A. C. Pickett, a Bon.
4 Some fine furniture for Christmas
lsents at John Gisin's.
I V Old newspapers by the hundred, 25
cents at the Jouknai office.
Ferd. Stires is reported almost well
from an attack of diphtheria.
The ladies musicale will meet Mrs.
Jacggi nest Monday evening.
SVn-J. SaXjameronill exchange pianos
I and organsSqrhorsSnd caro.
An infant son of M. C. Calto died
Thursday and was buried Friday.
An infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Ahrens died Friday morning.
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i iT. J.. Xi. jiaittf Bucue&Bur w xi.
Tpchug, Olive st. In office at nights.
L Inquire at Weaver's real estate
I agency for lots in Stevens's addition.
iEye and Ear surgeon, Dr. E. T.
Allen, 309 Bamge block, Omaha, Neb.
Some fine young cattle for 6ale, or
exchange for city lots. Call on D. B,
20 cents per
W Nice parlor suits, bed room suits and
RfjJtrlor rockers at John Gisin's very
Frank Byburn has moved to this
city from David City and is at work for
A. E. Searles.
A social hop at Charles Kelly's
Monday evening was greatly enjoyed by
the young folks.
A snrpriso donation yarty was
given to Rev. Elliott, at the Presbyterian
parsonage Friday evening.
John McMahon may possibly build
a new brick building on his forty-four
feet front on Eleventh street.
Erick Johnson, who was clerk of
the house in the legislature last winter,
is to start an alliance paper in Stroms-
The American Homestead, published
at Omaha, is one of the agricultural
journals of the country well worthy of
Harry Musgrove has moved to his
new place of residence, lately purchas
edthe Stevens property, on Four
About forty young couples enjoyed
the ball at the Maennerchor hall Thanks
giving night. A very pleasant time, was
the general report.
an eleganav stockf
direct from lactones.
CameroV first hovso west of
4 L-320 acres of good land in section 6,
town 17, range 1 east, for sale fotcash.
Those wishing to purchase all or any B0
of said tract, please address M. K. Tur
ner, Columbus, Neb.
W. T. Bickly, a regular and exten
sive dealer at Columbus, brought in two
cars of hogs W. H. Lewis, a regular
dealer at Columbus, sent in a car of
hogs. S. O. Stockman.
Lf Dr. A. J Sanders of Grand Island,
flpecialist of chronic diseases, will beat
jthe Meridian hotel, Dec. 12, l, where he
may bo consulted by his patients and
others who may wish to see him.
About three hundred dollars have
been raised by the Y. M. C. A., for fitting
up rooms. There is abundant opportu
nity in this city for the work to which
this great organization is devoted.
Bring your job printing to The
JounxAl) 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.
We have the agency for the onlv
mine Canon City coal. Also handle
th the old and new Bock Springs coaL
e are making special prices for storage
on both hard and soft coal. Wiley &
Children Cry for
"il jhist received
i ay mum iiiii orgaiH
i ana win we soiu aiac
nave some very chotoe lots in
addition at a barsain. L. W.
o not fail to sae pianos asd organs
IialaTedv J. aCasieroiCefore
A I- B. Duffy, Colatmbaa, Neb will do
jWrrfKrase-moviDg, in good shape and
atVoaaonable prices. ltf-eow
Several children gathered at the
iioaae oftX A. Newman Saturday after
noon, for an enjoyable time.
-Mra. GL D. Jaokaon entertaiae a
party of youna; foils at "her rooms at
the Thurston Saturday evening.
The young ladies Sodality of the
Catholic church took v in over $100 at
their supper Tuesday of last week.
Vhe celebrated Quick-Mea and
Monarch gasoline stoves, tho beei n the
market. For sale by A. Boettcher. 4tf
LA new stock of hanging lamps and
stand lamps, center draft, and a choice
lot ol Christmas goods at Uehlnch Bros.'
LDr. Nauman, dentist, Thirteenth sL,
oppuite Barber. All work guaranteed.
Gas given for the painless extraction of
S. M. Barker and M. W. William
son came in last Saturday with two
train loads of sheep.-JSilver Creek
-.Found, a key.
comeWo the Joubn.
your praberty, pay fo
take your Klahw.
tuning, leave oruers wii,
All work guamnteed.
if not sstisfactd!
Miss Amber Clark, daughter of D.
I. Clark and Mr. Stark Inghram, both of
Creston, this county, were married at
the residence of the bride's parents
tyeryboy knowing themselves in
debtldto me must settle without fail by
Dec. 15, 91. All accounts unsettled by
that time, will be put in the hands of an
attorney for collection. E. Pont. 2t
Nick Coughlin, living four miles
south of David City, husked some listed
corn which he claims will average sixty
bushels per acre, while the planted corn
will nearly reach fifty bushels.
George Hoagland will have a public
sale of horses, cows, hogs, farm imple
ments, etc., at his premices, two miles
west and one-half mile north of Rich
land, Tuesday, Dec. 8th, beginning at
The News says that David City, too,
needs a little weeding ont of the gam
blers: that gambling is carried on there
continuously and sometimes so openly
that the blindest person can see where
it is conducted.
tWe wish to call your attention to
ourfine line of plush and fur lap robes,
just received. Yon can be suited in
style and' price if you will call and see
them at Wiley& Weaver's harness store,
-Hon. John C. Swartsley will have a
pipjc sale, Wednesday, Dec. 16th, at
hi residence a mile south of Bucher's
mill, at which he will offer horses, cat
tle, wagons, farm machinery, hay, grass
seed, etc. See bills. 2
We print elsewhere in today's Joub
jfAii a letter setting forth the1 compara
tive beauties of protection and the
opposite, which reminded us when we
first read it of what Larry Byrnes has
told us of his experience.
According to Dr. Hammond's proofs,
man has two brains, each one being
connected with an entirely different set
of nerves, and in accordance with this
theory wc should all be able to use the
left hand as well as the right. Try it.
S. Hnrdock &Son havo Opened a
.cash Vrocery slbre ono dooKsouth
so low that
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over the
seat of pain a piece of flannel dampened
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. You
will be surprised at tho prompt relief it
aHords. 50 cent bottles for sale by C.
E. Pollock & Co. and Dr. Heintz, drug
Judge Harris and wife of Madison,
well known to many of our readers in
the northern part of the county, cele
brated the forty-fifth anniversary of
their marriage one day last week and
the Judge surprised Mrs. H. by pre
senting her with a handsome gold watch
Rev. Leedom stated Sunday evening
that he had received in the contribution
two beer checks, but that they would'nt
pass as money. The phonograph com
pany say that pieces of lead havo been
dropped into the slot instead of nickles.
These things ought not so to be.
H. Noexteker has mdlqed hiB grocery
store from seventh streti to Olive
street, three doto-s north ofNtfie First
National bank, wnWe he has fitted up
'his stole in fine shapX. He invitea. all
to call anVexamine quality and pra
at his National Cash groceVr store.
Last Saturday night the city council
at Omaha broke up in a row; blood was
shed and black eyes were numerous,
says ths Bee. It was a regular slug
ging match. Come up to Columbus,
gentlemen, and our council at any of
their sessions will show you a sample of
Miss Tena Zinnecker was most
agreeably surprised Thursday evening
last by about twenty of her young
friends calling and taking possession of
her home, the occasion being the cele
bration of her eleventh birthday. She
was tho recipient of several nice pres
ents. The young people had a joyous
We remember seeing once, on a
dusty road in Ohio, a rather singular ex
hibit. As distinct a line as could be
drawn with a straight edge was made
across the road, on one side of which
the dust was well laid by a recent rain,
and on the other side, no sign to show
that a drop had fallen. Now comes this
story from Roseville, Kansas, near To
peka: Bain fell in a certain farmer's
orchard incessantly for nineteen days,
but not a drop fell on the surrounding
meadows. In -Nebraska the rain sprink
les around, natural like, and hence Ne
braska is a great state.
Children Cry for
Xyou have loskpne,
r tlrWnotice, ana
BWL S. CaWron.
Monlc ref u ratad
Tfiaii mlAlo im MJMWlrnH
will pay you to nay Mie
deal wuh them. 3lhey will pay
bVtter arid eggs. Alfre invited
thenV a call.
The trasip evil ia working its way
westward, surely. Nebraska for a num
ber of years has had a taste of the nui
sance, but, nothing to compare with even
Iowa on the east; the tramp flourishes
where there are most people. From
what we see here and among our ex
changes in Nebraaka,the tramp, in some
of his worst features is among us, com
mitting deviltry of all kinds. -The peo
ple of Nebraska will not bear patiently
the infliction. It will: come to pass
soon that no man who is unknown can
get employment, and that those without
visible meansjof support will be treated
as vagrants and put af public" work of
some kind. If this is not the solution
of the tramp problem, will anyone tell
us how communities and neighborhoods
are to protect themselves from the crimin
als who, under the guise of travelers and
workmen on farms, etc., are not trying
to bettor their natures, but simply
seeking better opportunities for the ex
ercise of their evil propensities?
stock of goodtin
joined tocethearor i
of their incr
splendid new :
on Thirteenth street!
to a fine copy of
to a fine
ted in an
to' . M
a of every
name and kind,
oliN4be grave i
toilet f on the ladies
r the places55
er Ouve and
streets, and Ni
h block on
The best an&most goods
There was quite an exciting race on
the streets Saturday just as "the shades
of night were falling fast." A man who
afterwards gave the name of Smith, was
seen to take a coat and vest from the
dummy in front of Galley Bros.' store
on Eleventh street, and run with it. He
bad no more than got started when four
men were in hot pursuit, dividing into
different directions. The fellow ran in
to Mr. Galley's clutches, and, though re
luctantly, was made to come along, not,
however, until after he had struck at
Marv. Elston, and had received a rap on
the head from Policeman McTeggert's
stick of authority. He was arraigned
in police court Monday, fined $20 and
costs and in default of payment went to
jail He confessed to the theft, and was
doubtless under the influence of liquor
at the time, but not so much so but that
he knew what he was doing.
Thanksgiving dinner was served at
the Indian school yesterday, consisting
of turkey, cranberry sauce, corn, beets,
potatoes, bread, cake, pie apples and
coffee. The tables were very tastily ar
ranged and the dining room was decora
tod very artistically. Wires were strung
across the room from which were
suspended a nice sample of the
various vegetables andfruit raised upon
the farm tho present year. Mr. Wiggins
is to be complimented upon both the
decorations of the room and tables and
children are very fortunate in having-a
superintendent like Mr. Backus, who
spares no pains to make it pleasant for
them during their stay. Genoa
Andy Campbell, tho deputy sheriff,
was in town Wednesday. He was look
ing for a job husking corn and says he
will bo ready to do odd jobs for small
pay after the first of January. Two
little Indian boys who made their escape
from the industrial school at Genoa
were captured at this place last Friday.
Thay were making their way to the res
ervation in the northern part of the
state. When captured and asked where
thoy wero going, one of them said they
were just thinking about going back to
Genoa. Humphrey Democrat.
We doirfc.pay ca
then qharge exorbit
ds, utit will pay
es for butteiandfeggs in
yon goods nakceturn cheat
anyother house in towm My ren
expenses are less than ifcy other usi
nesajionse in ColumbusJwhich can not
be demetTby anyone. Mence a trial at
our storo will convince Vujhjit the
abovo is fwie injevery,, particular.
One of the Telegram's recent para
graphs reminds of an epitaph in Califor
nia, running as follows: "Here lies the
body of .Teem Hambrick who was acci
dentally shot on the bank of the Pecos
river by a young man. He was acci
dentally 6hot with one of the large
Colt's revolvers with no stopper for the
cock to rest on. It was ono of the old
fashioned kind brass mounted. And
of such is the kingdom of heaven."
Tuesday evening of last week, Occi
dental lodge, K. of P. and invited guests
met at their Castle hall and had a very
pleasant evening. The entertainment
consisted of literary and musical exer
cises with refreshments. It is expected
that another such occasion will be en
joyed in about two weeks. Commend
able enterprise for a fraternal society.
Occidental lodge No. 21, K. of P.
have elected the following officers for
the ensuing year: C. C, D. F. Davis;
V. C, George Spear; P., J. E. Hoffman;
M. of E., W. A. McAllister; K of R and
S. and M. of F., J. G. Becher; M. at A
A. Sauer; trustees, Henry Bagatz, J. E.
Hoffman and L. Leavy.
Charles Fosdick, a veteran of the
war of the rebellion, will lecture in this
city, Tuesday evening, December 8, his
theme being "500 days in rebel prisons."
Admission free. He comes very highly
recommended, and makes his money by
the sale of his memoirs. Place of lecture
to be made' known later.
Charles Jones, colored, son of Ed
ward Jones, formerly a resident of this
city, was arrested Saturday on a wired
information from Lincoln. The Chief
of police came up from Lincoln
Sunday and took young Jones- back
where he is wanted for grand larceny.
A farmer named Drisdall living six
miles northeast of Humphrey lost sev
eral hundred bushels of oats, a quantity
of wheat, and some hay; together with
his barn, by fire Thursday. The loss
will reach $1,000 and is only partially
covered by insurance.
- .; . . FttSONAL.
Frank Wake of Genoa was in the city
"G, G. Bowman of Oataba was in the
Mrs. Thos. Shea of Platte Center was
in theaty Monday.
W. B. Backus and wife of Genoa were
ia the city Friday.
G J.' Garlowaa& a business trip to
Schuyler laai week.
J, H. Lynch visited in Platte Center
J, O. Breech of Genoa was a Colum
bus MtoresUrday. . .
D.'X. Dafy was ruetlinr around in
town MofkSay morning.
Jaa; Pan sail spent Thanksgiving with
his faadly in this city.
W. 8.3ecner spent Thangsgiving
with friends in this city.
M:3L Finney of San Diego. Calif., was
in town a few hours Wednesday.
Misaes Phoebe and Grace Gerrard re
turned toXincoln Monday morning.
D. F Davis, editor of the Telegram,
spent his Thanksgiving in Schuyler.
Mis. J. S. Murdock is visiting Mr.
Cannon's family in Genoa this week,
Gus G. Becher went to the southern
part of the stateMonday on business.
Mr. and Mrs Backus and Vernia and
Mrs. Clark were down from Genoa Fri
MrsTGeorgo Spear and child are
about well again after an attack-bf diph
theria. Miss Lou Stuart of Silver Creek visited
several days last week with her brother's
Misses. Gallagher, McColm and Bice
spent Friday at Genoa visiting Grant In
stitute. " !!' ii fin Tnriup artont PUtnrrlav anil
Sunday at home from duties at Grant
Mrs. G. W. Clotber and son George of
Grant Institute, Genoa, spent Saturday
in our city.
- E. A. Sage of Creston was in the city
Monday. He is considerably aillicted
Major Will B. Dale returned Friday
from Omaha where he spent Thanksgiv
ing with his family.-
Miss Katie Hays was down from
Platte Center Tuesday of last week, re
Miss Libby Sparhawk, who lives five
miles south of the city, is quite sick
with typhoid fever.
Misses Phoebe andGrace Gerrard,
students at the state university, were at
George Whaley came up from the
stateuniversity and passed his Thanks
giving dinner at home.
Mrs. George Alexander of Wattsvillo
and her mother were visiting friends in
the city last Wednesday.
Misses Mame Chestnutwood and May
Murphy of Norfolk visited friends in
this city over Sunday.
1 Mrs. George Mentzer of Richland,
visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
O. D. Butler, last week.
Miss Sarah Fitzpatrick returned Mon
day from Omaha, where she had been
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hudson, and Mrs.
C. E. Pollock spent Thanksgiving at
W. H. Winterbotham's, Genoa.
A pleasant call yesterday from Edwin
Hoare, the farmer at Grant Institute,
who was in town on business.
Mike Morrissey and family are now
living, at Platte. Center, and Mr. M. is
engaged there in buying grain.
Mrs. Clark and son, of of Rapid City,
S. D., have!been'vi8iting several weeks
with Mrs. Clark's aunt,Mrs. A. C. Bal
lon. E. N. Stout a compositor on the Tele
gram of this city returned Monday from
a week's visit with his brother at Wa
hoo. N. D. Anderson, of the western part
foftsvcounlyTtotsomVral hogs to the
South Omaha marltet, Tuesday oi last
Mrs. J. C. Echols and Mrs. Bichard
Jenkinsonate their Thanksgiving tur
key at Silver Creek, with their brother,
Mrs. George Willard and children of
Columbus are visiting relatives here.
LL Albert was in St. Edward Friday.
St. Edward News.
Prof, and Mrs. C. D. Rakestraw and
children were here from Fremont Fri
day last and attended the funeral of
Miss Mary Bremer.
Miss Laura Leedom, daughter of Bev.
J. B. Leedom, and Miss Ella King, both
of Albion, visited in the city several days
last week, returning Monday.
Miss Nellie Lehman, who has for sev
eral weeks been visiting with the family
of her uncle George Lehman, returned
Friday to her home in Des Moines.
Truman Smith, who was in the em
ployof A. J. Arnold twenty years ago,
was in the city last week a member of
the band with Snyder & Zimmerman.
C. A. Beardsley was on a business
trip to Antelope county last week; he
never before saw so many jack rabbits
there were among the sand hills up
Dr. R. L. St. John of Howland, Put
nam county, Missouri, takes especial
pleasure in recommending Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, because he knows
it to be reliable. He has used it in his
practice for several years, and says there
is none better. It is especially valuable
for colds and as a preventive and cure
for croup. This most excellent medi
cine is for sale by C E. Pollock & Co.
and Dr. Heintz, druggists. tf
The homeliest man in Columbus as
well as 'the handsomest, and others are
invited to call on any druggist and get
free a. trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for
the throat and lungs, a remedy that is
selling entirely upon its merits and is
guaranteed to relieve and cure all
chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bron
chitis and consumption. Large bottles
50 cents and $1. All druggists 33-y
-Sbme foolish people allow a cough
to run until it gets beyond the reach of
medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will
wear away, but in most cases it wears
them away. Could they be induced to
try the successful medicine called
Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a posi
tive guarantee to cure, they would im
mediately see the excellent effect after
taking the first dose. Price 50c and $1.
Trial size free. At all druggists. 33-y
Miss Lula Crouse of David City fell
through a hole in the ice Monday week
and came near losing her life. She sank
under the ice a second time, but was
rescued by the heroic efforts of some
young people who were with her. So
says the. Tribune, and it would be well
for' Columbus youngsters to be admon
ished by the incident, and go not upon
the ice when it is too thin.
Improvements of all kinds are being
made in Nebraska, and the state is fast
forging toward the front in everything
that tends to make a commonwealths
great and prosperous. There is n
like intelligence, enterprise and
when used in connection with good sofl.
' At Madison, Saturday, by County
Jadge Myers, L. JJSohonkraand his eon
stn, Mjsb Alaia Hchonlau, both of this
Theft ef Meg.
Monday morning W. T. Bickly and
force were very busily engaged buying
hogs, and among the number, so it is
claimed, were eleven brought in by John
Hutchison (son of the blind man who
used to perambulate in this region).
Early in the day parties interested,
made their appearance, and immediately
Sheriff Caldwell and Deputy Campbell,
accompanied by the two men from But
ler, started in pursuit, and came in with
their man about half-past three Monday
The capture was made east of Dun
can. When young Hutchison saw the
men approach, he left his wagon and
team to take care of themselves, while'
he took to a slough near by.
The name given to the dealer was W.
M. Davis. The amount of the check
given for the hogs was $67.40. Mr.
Wnnderlee tells us that $85 was found
and taken from the person of the pris
oner, when captured. Hutchison is a
renter on the farm of J. C. Wnnderlee,
one mile west of David City, and we
learn that he claims owned some hogs
in partnership with Wnnderlee, that
they hid talked over the sale of them,
and in pursuance of that he had made
this trip. But why give an assumed
name here, and why go a round-about
way out of town?
Bbemkr Wednesday morning, Nov.
25, at 3:30 o'clock, of pulmonary con
sumption, Miss Mary K. Bremer, aged
20. years, youngest daughter of Mrs. M.
Bremer of this city.
Mary was born in this city, where sho
has over since lived, and though her so
journ on this earth was comparatively
brief, (being but a score of years) it was
sufficient to exemplify to her the at
tachment and the fond affection of rela
tives and friends, who have always been
ardently devoted to her welfare.
Her death had been expected for a
long time, she having been confined to
lnr room for over two months, and
hardly able to be out on tho streots for
a year past.
The funeral services were held from
Grace Episcopal church, of which or
ganization she was a faithful member,
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. W.
H. Sparling of Schuyler, preaching a
very appropriate sermon to a crowded
house of sympathizing relatives and
friends, who afterward followed the re
mains to the Columbus cemetery, whero
they were consigned to their Inst resting
The first sewer for Columbus waB com
pleted last Thursday, and is now in suc
cessful operation. Tho main sewer is
about three quarters of a mile in length,
and empties into the Loup at the foot of
North street. It is of 12 inch sewer
pipe, and the connections are 8 and 10
inch. The Thurston and Meridian hotels
have been connected, also the North
block, the Commercial bank and others.
The sewer was flushed Thursday and
found to work all right.
The Sewer company intend to extend
the system throughout the city in the
spring and will probably lay two or
more additional mains to tho river.
This is certainly a good sanitary move,
and now with paved streets Columbus
would present quite a metropolitan ap
ew apparatus for administering gas.
ews local ansestnetic for extracting
eeth painlessly. New crown gold alloy,
superior to all other alloy fillings teeth
filled with above material will not dis-'
color or decay around the filling. New
method of filling sensitive teeth. All,
the latest improvements to render den
tal operations in the most satisfactory
manner. When in need of dental ser
vice, do not fail to visit my Dental
Parlors, ground floor, corner Olive and
Thirteenth streets. 33-3t
Morris J. Jones of David City has
been offered $10,000 for hiB three-year-old
filly, Alix, that trotted lately at In
dependence in 2:1G4, making her the
second fastest three-year-old in the
world, Sundol being first. Jones is also
the owner of Pactolus, the four-year-old
stallion with a record of 2:32. There
are a large number of good horses in
Nebraska, whose climate seems will
adapted to the raising of stock of all
A very slight fall of snow Friday,
and for a few moments there was a fall
vigorous enough to remind the men
whose corn is yet in the field and a good
deal of it on tho ground, that it would
be b-a-d if the snow should continue to
fall for any length of timo.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem
ishes from horses, Blood Spavin, Curb?,
gplints, King Bone, Sweeney, StiBes,
Sprains, Sore and Swollen Throat,
Coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of ono
bottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish Care ever known. Sold by C.
B. Stillman, druggist. 26novlyr
BRekIea'8 Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in tho world for cnts,
brniseB, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is gnranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by C. B. Stillman.
Tneeday afternoon, and are correct and reliable
at the time.
Flonr v isaogs 10
POCAlOeO 3 m.
Fat sheep $3 002100
Fat steers S30OS3M
Feeders $17562 50
AdTertiseaaents ander this head five cents a
SCHILTZ makes booU aad shoes in the
Mm ana snoes in tne I
styles, aaa was ojui
REAL - ESTATE - LOANS, - INSURAHCE
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS at loweat rat of lilwwt, afcert er
to mit applicants. .
BONDED ABSTRACTERS OF TITLE toaUmlaatfttoiaPIaMaMMl
. Keprescat THE LEADING INSURANCE COMPANEBUa tlWackL
the no liberal ianaa. Loaseaadj tod, aad promptly fatiattafaaalat.
Notary Pabliealwaja to oSce.
Farm aad city property for sale.
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nr mi flf nr t Taara ti ia aaaaal waraMi
lot of otkarlaadauiiBBromdaad aaaatBroTetLforaalaaC
hariaa awl rwldaaiu lota to the city. We a
flue, Praltry, u Freak Fiji.
W-Caah paid for Hidee.Pete.Tallew. Hiraaat rfr.
Olire Street, tire Dten Kertk
' L. C. VOSS, M. D.f
Office orcr post office. Specialist ia chronic
tliscnxes. Careful attention given to general
.A. E. SEAJRL,
PBOrBIETOB OF THE
Elevenlli St. Tonsorial Parlor.
The Finest in The City:
JSTho only shop on the South Sile.
H. Gr. KE1VCP,
Attorney at '- Law,
REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION
COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA.
F. G. WINDISH,
WAwm m lukb coram.
OYSTERS A:a GAME IS SEASON. DO
MESTIC AXD IMPORTED CIGARS.
Opposite U. P. Depot.
E. T. AIXEN, M. D.,
Eye - and - Ear - Surgeon,
Secretary Nebraska 8tate Board
30U Uamoe Ulock, OMAHA, NEK
tZclc ITcadacha end rcllem all l'ao tronUes laat
drat to a bilious statoof tho system, such a
DizriaeaJ, Kacsca, Vronshiean. Eiatna3 aftaj
caticg. lla in tho S: T e. Vhilo thcLrmqst
tiiEariildasGcccAaliM booashoraiacanEg t
Hci4xcl;f. ret Cartel's llitlo liver OTIS Sft
cnr-ally a!atUoln Con."iiJit Ice. cnringandpxa
venting UiJsrinojiCKCorapta!nt.-whlte tboyaUO)
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ebla fci so rsaay vara that they t01 not be wfl
iitodovrUhcctthss. Bat after aOafekbaai
'ifltho bane cf esmanr lives taat aeniivftan
Carter's Littls liver Pflb an vey neeH ni
atey are stricUy vegetable and do not gripe or
per?, but by their gentle actios please aU wka
aaotuen. inviauatzseaaia: areiorai.
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fmr flat twit
MteTettle teaat leaUaaaw la
AU Kiifa f Saaetgt Afptitlly.
tf the fink
We haTO just opened a sew mill on M street.
opposite Schroeders' Hoariae; mill aad are pre
pared to do ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK.
Sash, Doors. -
Store Fronts, Coasters,
Stairs, Stair Kaili.g,
Balusters, Scroll Sawing,
STEEL AND IRON ROOFING AND
t&"Allorders promptly attended to. Calloa
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL AND NEW LINE
OF OKOCEBIES WELL HELECTED.
CANNED AND DBIED. OF ALL KINDS
GUARANTEED TO BE OF BEST
DRY GOODS !
A GOOD AND WELL SELECTED KTOTK A I.
EST. ALSO x""Atr
BOOTS &SH0ES !
THAT DEFY COMPETITION -w
BUTTER AMD EGGS
And al 1 kinds of country prodace taken ia trad
and all goods delivered free of charm
to any part of the city.
KEEP ONLY THE BEST GRADES OF FLOUR
i. J. illQU'S.
STLl "V body, opposite Clother
FARM FOR SALE !
Parties interested are hereby advised to send
me proposals at once for the purchase of
N. W. X, SEC. 4, T. 19 N of R. S WEST.
as I have a customer who" desire to close con
tract immediately. For particulars address, r
call on me at Columbus, Nebr.
23nov3ra B. McTAGG ART.
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