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l' N itiu it.. :n.i.-t. Thirteenth
Mr I hn H.itlunn is atiiicted with
V ijoo.1 gasoline stove cheap, at
Cabinet photo? '
per dozen, at
Life size cnioo i)rtraits for 5,
N tittein'"t tf
uiioi.i of glassware at von
T. K. Clark.
Olive t-tret. In
-Twelve -lit't- tissue paper for V at
Vi.n Bergen liro-.."
11 kinds ot riunantt. from muslins
.. rihtfciQc at Barber's.
-The EastT. tar Ifxlue picniced at
i5tevens'- lake - e&tenla
-LoTv-tie shos at a low prices as
e-r .it von Berreu Bros.'
hss Mary Griffin went to Fremont
ii.ia to attend the normal
Specuil clearing sale of all Oxfords
in 1 tan shoe- at inffin v Grab's. 't
House tti ren. p block east of the
Piiiirt..u hotl. L Weaver tf
- Blame thr strike for knocking eus
.own t. i cento a dozen last week.
Prunes .Tatlv rcluceil on all low
cut and tan shoe-. GruTen A. Gniv. .t
I'usmess has been quite
the C. P. fkr the last few
L A. errard, prohibition candi
date" f i r governor, was in the city Snt
11 oar men'- tan shoes going at
3:itx, formerly $."." and 34.W Griffin
jc ( Iraj . it
Ice cream and tce sered by the
Presbvterian ladies in the park this
- Thirty ri pairs of ladies' 84 high cut
La Belle tau shoes now for S3. Griffin
A Gra. t
It is expected that a Lincoln nine
A;li play against the Tenderfeet here
-Anson P Giles has petitioned the
district court for a divorce from his
T'.irt-ei pain- of ladies 8o.o0 tan
Oxfords for 8-"xl Griffin J: Gray 'It
The fsrmer- elnb will meet July '27.
with George Galle. jr . a full att-n-d-mee
Children's and misSes'tan shoes and
Oxfords at greatly reduced prices.
Griffen .t Grab's. -it
Farm loans at lowest rates and best
terms. MoCe" on hand, no delav.
Eecher. Jaeggi Co.
rr r 11 -r n .. . i I
o.. -. :iiuum, .i. j . yusu-iau iiuu
surgeon. Two dcrnrs north of Brod
niehrer's jewelry store, tf
t R-irl-w-r"- Pnnnt -,! t -.r
one half price. i.ne-fourth price, an -
thing to ciear them out. t
"spud" Smith returned Satnrday
from Omaha, w here he had lr-n to at
tend the funeral of a relatie.
O L. Baker has a sptrcimen of oats
from the Hendryx farm that is four feet
in length, grown on low land.
Sixty nine children were at the
social last Wednesdav at Mr. Hickok's.
given by the Junior Endeavors.
Thirty-six pairs of ladies 83.o0 black
Oxfords, now $Ta). Griffin .V Gray 3t
Friday. July 27. the Congregational
folks wdl have a Sunday school picnic.
The place has not yet been fixed.
Chas. Jens, who has been under the
wcatht-r for the past ten days, resumed
pvrk at Friedhofs store yesterday.
When in need of an auctioneer, call
on D;ve Smith. He will act for you
nth- promptness, safety and dispatch, tf
Bora, to Mrs. Will Coolidge of
PLiitsmouth. July G, a daughter All
doing welL especially Grandpa Coolidge.
Children Cry for
Thanks to John Freeman for speci
mens or apples grown m his lot and of
which he has sold five bushels this
Emil Hjers. who lives m the north
t part of the city, was overcome by the
heat Thursdav afternoon while 'tending
-'Thirtv-live dollars-and freight; will
Luj one of the celebrated Buckeye
mower- by applying at'once to Henry
Wanted, to trade a 35.000 farm in
Florida for one of same value m Xebras -
ka. Address X. A. Hageman. Colnm-
bu Nebr tp
J. S. Wells returned Wednesday
from a three weeks' visit with his father
in Tdaho. Towns depending on mining
are very dulL
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Terasinski lost
their babt- Friday from summer com
plaint. It was six Weeks old and was
sick only nve days.
J. F Belford "s familv were the vie
tm of a large party of friends sur-
pnsinir th-m Fndaj evening, taking
possession of the house.
.,uj- i i.ui Has ua ui lu,lt.''""
car- of -and and travel, twenty cars of
sand for Madison, ten cars sand and two
I ui .'fmei lur Jiuiufjure ,
(mis Schroeder, jr.. started Thurs
.lav f,.r F.,rt Wavn-. fn.J . whrp h m
to u,ke a position in an electrical manu
-Th1 Presbvtenan church has been
nnd-rgointf repairs the past week and
on account of the confusion there was
n service held lfist Snnday.
-Henrj Heinemann. went to Keokuk.
Ia. ?Iondaj. His house is about
ilni.-hed and he may be going to sret
but then all sums fail sometimes.
Humphrey will ask for bids for the
on-t ruction of her system of water-
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fforKa .-viiijusi i). nere is an oppor-
tunit for some of our capitalists.
ls):, real etate tax i due
3lay lt ami can be paid at of
fice of Hecher, Jaeirin A: To
Martin .peicher has a
talk of corn
irro.ing ietrrn two pianKs in tront ot
Gallev'- store and under very tryin-r
circuuist.tnces, but -till it makes an inch
- Weaver still has some" great bargain-
in -insole harness. You can get a
fair harness for 34..30. eood one for 37 3)
and 5 "". extra tine rubber-trimmed for
31" oil J
-- B-htfr, Jaeigi Jc Co. insure build
ings tiid personal property against lire.
lihtnin and cyclones, in good and
I rehaLle companies at lowest current
r itt-s. tf
Kc-mmiscences of the Fair, sixteen
portfolios of the World's fair, given
awa to our customers. For particulars
call at J B. Delsmans store. Eleventh
-Members of the Republican county
central committee were notified by mail
rbur-da of a meeting of the committee
at Tf?e Jocewl xj&c Saturday next, at
1 p. m.
Hal A' Stevenson shipped S,IJ1)
worth of butter and eggs last week east
ward There was one car lo;id of
creamer butter, ne of ladle butter and
one of eiTiTS.
Died. Thursday, the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lvons. aged three
montiu. The funeral services were held
F-ida l Father Pacilicus at the Cath
Marnei'. Jjly 17. by Re Rodgers.
Frank oleott and Miss Euni-'e Bell, all
of this cit. They took a train south m
the afternoon The Jorp.v il congratu
lations o with them.
Rev. Bross returned home from the
east atnrda Mr. Bros.- is now m
Fremont. Rev Powers, of Lincoln,
preached moraine and evening in the
- M. Niemoller of Platte Center was
in the city Monday on his way to Kansas
to --e the Rock Island rain-makers. He j
expects to get the chemicals, return to
the shell Lrek alley and put the creek
on 3 tear
-i H. Crnn.le of Omaha rode his
wheel from that place to Columbus Sun
da in eleven hour?. He -ays the hills
run about fourteen to the mile between
Omaha and the Elkhorn. However, he
won his wager.
Cjrus AxTord. one of the
who came up from Omaha
used to "bach" twentv-five
ears ago ,
with our Hugh Hughes. Ask Hugh
about a turkey roast they had one
Christmas long ago.
H M. Wmslow. having lost a good
man hogs by theft during the List few
months, is now branding his entire herd
with the letter "H" on the left shoul
der. He oilers 810 reward for the con
viction of the thieves. 3t
The Congregational church has had I
4inte a number of improvements put !
unon the inside of late. The walls have !
ben hard finished, and other improve
ments made that add greatly to the ap
pear.! r.i-e of he church.
Von will find some bargains in
leather th nets at Weaver's harness
store. Will close out what is left at al
most onr own price 10 string nets
going at 84.."x). 11 string at 8'3.7. per
pair. These are No 1 nets, "it
-Oats mostly ruined b dry weather,
wheat more than three fourths gone, po
tatoes not setting to amount to much.
Those who objected to the canal project
last summer better get together ind ask
each other where the are at.
There is talk of organizing a male
quartette. Go id readers of music, with
good oicee. practicing together fre
quenth under trained teachers, give
satisfactory results, and such organiza
tions cannot well be too numerous.
A little fall of ram Friday Iwi some
to think that the dry spell was about to
be broken. "The best laid schemes of
mice and men gang aft aglee " The man
who calculated on a rainy season this
year lost his reckoning so far at least.
O. F. Merrill came down fr.m the '
Soldiers' Home at Grand Island Thurs-
day. having a furlough of sixty days. A j
number of friends came m Saturdav to
! a hirthdav anniversarv nartv. Mr. Mer
r,u nenk- i.-. hi Th t,rr:se of the rT.ime !
George NfcFarLinn started Thiirs-
! dav for Portland. Oregon, w here he has
been promised a situation. George has
considerable mechanical genius and will
make his nark some day, if he keeps
steadily in tne tine m waicn ne nas
Chairman Schnpbach of the com
mittee on gronnds and buildings for the
school board, marshaled his committee
Thursday afternoon and inspected the
four buildings in the city, under their
charge. Some small repairs were found
The thirty five new wdls at the
waterworks are now all sunk, the depths
being from 4o to 62 L2 feet. They are
waiting now for the mam tubing to con
nect with the engine, when Columbus
will doubtless have an ample supply of
water for all purposes.
Ed. Kinsella of Madison, passed
throngh the city Sunday on his retnrn
home from Monticello. Iowa. He re
ports it as being very dry and dusty in
that conntry says a bicycle ridden
along the road there makes more dust
than a four horse team dees here.
Dr. J. B. Cain's family have com
menced moving their household goods
to Monroe, where they will make their
fnture home. This family are old res
idents of Leigh, the Dr. being one of
the pioneers of this country and it is
with regret that their friends see them
Children Cry for
E. 5L Thomas of Stanton county
was m the city over Sunday, stopping
with Jonas Welch. He was- on his way
home from Omaha. He says that corn
in Stanton county looks good they
never had a better prospect than there
is now; wheat and oats will be about
half a crop.
Abts Stupfel have opened a meat
market in the place formerlv occupied
by W. T. Rickly. on Olive street, where I
! they keep, for the accommodation of
. tneir custom, fresh meats of all kinds
1 an varieties anything you may wish
! m tneir "ne of business. Fish always on
hand. Telephone No. 10. tf
John Wiggins received a letter the
' other dav from Newton Channel of Au-
burn. N. Y which is a model in the wav
of composition, plain yet picturesqne.
and exceedingly interesting as a literary
gem. That blind man, writing on a
type wnter, would do well to write
sketches for the public to read.
A card received at this office Fndav
announced the marriage, at Lincoln
' ebr.. July II. of Dr. L. an Es of this
cltJ ani Alice E. Wilson of Toronto.
uanaaa. ine srooa inenas ot tne nappv
, couple congratulate them on the im
ponaat event of their lives and wish
, lhcm hfe-long prosperity and happiness.
. " wu.map.cu.uaua
! d:1-v afternoon in staurTers grove, there
I a le crowd 'n attendance with
quite a few visitors from Norfolk and
Omaha. Thev enjoyed themselves in
dancinu. sintrinjr and trames of various
j kinds. They took their supper on the
i grounds and kept things humming until
-The Russian thistle has gained a
foothold in a cert-am portion of Mernck
county. That neighborhood is fully
aroused to the situation and will mass
j "Pn the intruding pests and destroy
them from the face of the earth, at once.
Good scheme. That is the sort of com
munism that pays make common eans
agamst a common enemv.
- Don't forsret the republican county
central committee meeting next Satur
day afternoon, 2 o'clock, at Ths Jorn
t va omce. Men generallv have made
up their minds that they must give
more attention to politics. Having the
right party, now let us see to it that u e
attend the primaries and make our
wishes known as to candidates.
Mr and Mrs. Leopold Plath have
been sorely aiflicted lately About two
months ago they lost thoir infant child,
and Saturday another child 'as taken
bv the dread disease, diphtheria. The
deceased was a boy two years and nine
months old. He was sick but a few i
davs. Rev Fleishcr conducted service i
at the cemeterv Snnda afternoon.
A child of Mr and .Mrs. A. R. Mei
klejohn, about 4 vcars old, who lives in
the northwest part of the city, was
knocked down and run over ty a horse
attached to a buggy Saturday on th
corner of Olive ana Twelfth streets, but
aside from a slight bruise on the fore
head from failing, she was not badlv
hurt. Bystanders carried her to Dr.
Arnold's office, but she was soon ab!e to
At LillStr lim'S all $40
suits at $30 through Ju
ly; $35 at $25. These
are all our own make
and of excellent mate
rial, and must be sold.
Call immediately and
secure a bargain.
Eh Morrow of Grand Praine was in
the city Saturday and added The Jour
n-vl and the S-na-Weekly Lincoln
Journal to the list of his periodicals.
He say- that one of his neighbors. Mr
Mmma. has winter wheat which he
thinks will ueid twentv bushels to the
acre. Oats generally m that section will i
vield one-third to one-half a crop. Corn '
looks fine, but needs ram. Millet looks '
very well. Among items of interest was !
the'birth of a daughter to Mrs. Morrow I
The man who thinks that
tions amount to little ought to
see contractor nammouu putting down ( urphv. Lvnch. Miller. Coolidge and
wells for the citv. The process is the CorTev.' Hoare having the most. Cm
invention of Mr. Loekwood. formerly of , pire jUl shraruek.
cms luuiiiv, aim mis uiougiit liiui, in iue
last few years in which it has come into
general u-e. about 87".in). When the
trv nght hard the can sink a well at
h"e rate of about one foot a minute.
The citv is havirn nut down thirtv-uve
wells: one of these is eighty ft-et deep
and in it water raises to within four feet
of the surface.
Thi season is certainly a strong
test of the soil of Nebraska to retain
moisture under tring circumstances.
Not a few of our citizens are of the opin
ion that the supervisors would have been
justified in expending at least 8700 in
an effort to get rain through the inter
vention of a professional ram-maker.
Wnen the lost arts shall all have been
found, rain-making may possibly be
but m the present state of I
ledge it seems advisable to
rely upon the established system or else
dig a canal
D. B. Bennett, who came down
Saturday morning from Grand Island, i
aid that the rain extended as far west
oc tr.nrr.ai.- ami 1nf.1 uran Mr at rfif i
hours. He says that the countr there
needed rain very badly. He says that
all the Platte county inmates of the
Soldiers' Home are getting along well
except Peter Plant, who is in the hos
pital, under the physician's care He
says, however, that he feels a good deal
better than he had done before for a
long time. Mr. Bennett says it is very
foolish for decrepit soldiers to stay awa
from the Home, as it is the best place
they can get into when misfortune
Thursday afternoon there was con
siderable excitement at the Meridian
hotel, a are having been discovered in
the east wall. The alarm was sounded
and immediately the whole fire depart
ment were out. and at work vigorouslv
to quench the flames. It is pretty safe
to say that if the blaze had had a start
of ten or fifteen mmntes the houre
w ould probablv have been mcstlv de-
stroved. As it was the damage can be
covered bv a hundred dollars or so.
outside ot tne annovance and worrv to
Landlord Pollock, and the owner. Hngh
Hughes. The fire laddies were treated
to a couple of kegs of beer by Messrs.
Pollock and Hughes. The cause of the
tire was that two of the emploes of the
establishment, who had been candling
eggs m the basement, left candles burn
ing on shelves, the fire being thus com
municated between the studding to the
A singular case is reported from
Omaha of a man who has been doing the
calf act with a Jersey cow belonging to
the Saratoga dairy farm. The Bee tells
it thns "Not long after the cows had
been driven to the pastnre the herder
noticed Miller slip m among the bovmes
and drop npon his knees beside the
Jersey. Rushing to the spot, the herder
discovered that Miller was coming the
calf act and was sucking mrlk at an
alarming rate, while the cow seemed to
enjoy the process, turning her head
around and licking Miller as affection
ately as though he had belonged to the
cow family and was the monarch of the
herd. Cracking his whip, the herder
drove Miller away, but watched him
during the balance of the day. Twice
more did he try to suck other cows of
the herd, but each time he was driven
on, although he hung around until the
cows were pnt away for the night."
Donbtless Jersey milk is a wholesome
diet for the fellow, and for some reason
he wants it fresh. Surely this way it
contains no chalk.
Children Cry for
Burt. Lawrence of Omaha was m the
A. W. Armstrong went up to Cedar
W. K. Wmterbothaci came down from
Ed. North came up from Omaha to be
at home over Sunday.
George Lehman had business in
Schuyler Friday afternoon.
Levi Jenkins started Monday for a
trip overland to Madison county.
Miss Lydia Bloedorn of Platte Center
visited Mrs. J. S. Henrich last week.
Mrs. Dr. Kulhorst of Lincoln is nsit
I ing Mrs. Dr. Hemtz at her country resi
Dr. Long of Madison tarried over here
Sunday mght on his way home from
Mre- J- G feeder and children drove
lo -10Dr aaturdhv tor a snort visit
wun ine lamuy ot n. .). tienaryx.
M Florpn.e Gl-nn vrw tn Wi
.Uiss tlorenceUleason went to U il-
bur last week Wednesday tor a two
weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Davis,
Mr. Evans, principal of the high
Mu,L.,r rn-4, u-o ,-ar,
f"""" " " ""-", .".. .v."s
his sister. Mrs. O. D. cutler, north ot
Miss Helen Lowne. who has been vis- .
iting her aunt Mrs. Rev Elliott the past I
two weeks, returns to her home in j
Capt. T. S. Rogers and wife of Chicago,
uncle and aunt of Mrs. A. Anderson of
this city, visited here several dajs last
week, returning home Mondav.
Mrs. Vincent Macken with her daugh
ter Mamie, and nephew Johnnie Fagan,
returned Saturdav from Omaha, where
thev had been siting friends several
Harry Coohdse with two children
came up from Havelock Saturday. He
returned Monday, the children will
make a short visit with their grand
Wednesday last there were quite a
number of people in from Platte Center
to attend the trial of Editor Mokler of
the Signal on a charge of assault. Mrs.
Englehorn was the complaining witness,
and she thought she had a grievance
against the editor for publishing tin ar
ticle in his paper agunt some boy- who
had gone into a cim'j cellar, up.-et milk
and butter and filled the crocks with
mud and sand Like a courageous, if
not discreet, woman she "bearded the
lion in his deu." "the Douglas m his
hall," or in modern language, the editor
in his sanctum. We can readily imag
me that the interview was not of the
most pleasing variety since it resulted
in an appearance in court, at least, it
w as not satisfactory to Mrs. Englehorn
It Sct-Uis that the editor, after inviting
her to retire, took hold of her, and
though he is a light-weight and she the
he was going out of the sanc
tum in moderately good order when Mr.
Beatty, Mr. Mokler's partner, burned to
the scene and pulled his partner away.
At this the laily fell to the tioor. sprain-
e lir thumb and in dn rim rb
matter comes before Judge Hudson
I he ease was dismissed at the cost of
the complaining witness.
ii.iuil 1'ity v-. Columlm-.
Suudav afternoon there was a large
crowd on the bottom to witness the base i
ball game between a nine from David
City and Abts Tenderfeet. and at times
the roar of voices m cheering conld be
heard a mile away
The features of the game were home
runs and errors, n twenty-four tallies
which Columbus made, ten of them
were home runs, in other words Colum
bus "got onto" David Cit 's pitcher and
kept the fielders busy running nearly
np to the United Brethren church after
David Ciu's short stop made one
good stop with his nose, didn't seem to
anect the sphere much, but the cuticle
on his probosis was torn into fragments.
Following is the score bv innings
David Citv 1 rt 1 :j :J -1 0 10 0 2
0 0 r 1 6 :3 0 l-'li:
were credited to Hoare.
Drowned While liatlnnir.
Last week's Jocrnvl contained an
item of the death by drowning at
Seattle. Wash . of Vernie. onh son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Backus. Monday of
last week. Particulars were received
here yesterday. Vernie and a playmate
went into lake Union for a swim. There
were other boys, all of them except
Vernie used to the cold waters. Quite
a wind was blowing, the waves running
higher than they at first appeared.
Vernie found that he was unequal to the
situation and was sinking when a com
panion. Singleton, swam to his rescue.
Singleton made a brave ami hard erTort
to save the boy. who, as all drowning
persons io, grabbed nis rescuer and
dragged him under water to or three
times, and Singleton was compelled to
save himself bv tearing awav
Vernie was 12 years old and a general
favorite. The fnneral services were held
at the familv residence.
H. T ispoerry was on Grand Prairie
Thursday to help straighten out section
lines m accordance with government
mounds, having been called upon to tell
what he knew abont the northwest cor
ner of section 10. li-lw. He did the
first breaking on the corner in '72. had
the road opened along the section line
b J. E. North in '74. and found the
corner Thursday with a little bit of a
stake still there. Of course the govern
ment plat of the land, corresponding
with the original mounds, is the criterion
to go by. and it is dangerous business
to tamper with landmarks. We don't
know any particulars of the dispute in
this case, bnt we do know that conten
tions over boundary lines and corners
have not only been a prolific cause of
indivfdnal troubles, but also of state
and national conflicts. Preserve the
landmarks and thus prevent trouble.
Comrade W. H. Lewis, who is at
present commander of Baker post G. A.
R., this city, is an inveterate joker and
nearly always has the laugh with him,
but once m a long while it comes ditfer
cnt. as for instance. The other day. m
a crowd of men, he fell into a discussion
with a perfect stranger on the present
situation of things in general and the
strike in particular, and proceeded to
express his opinion in very decided
language to the eiiect that war is neces
sary and is really a good thing for the
country about so often, as the storms
and rain purify the atmosphere, so war,
by killing on a number of people occa
sionally, purifies the atmosphere of
politics and business generally. "The
trouble is." interjected the stranger,
"that the worst ones return unkillcd"'
Excursion to Xnrfulk.
On Sunday, July 22. the Cnion Pacific
will run an excnrsion to Norfolk from
Stromsburg as follows
Leave Stromsbnrg 7-30 a. m. 81.00
" Osceola 7 42 - 1.00
" Shelbv. 7J 1.00
" Risings S 13 " 1.00
" David City. S-40 " 1 00
" Columbus" 9.30 1.00
" Oconnee 954) l.ijO
" Platte Center 10:03 1.00
Humphreys 10:2 - .75
" Madison " 10 5o " .45
Warnerville. 11.15 - .20
Arrive Norfolk 11.30
Returning leave Norfolk 6 00 p. m.
Ladies wishing to learn cutting by the
Parisian tailor system can receive in
structions for So." Call and see me at
building one door south of Herrick's.
1 Miss S. JIgbfhx.
FIRST FULL FLOW
Of Money to ti the Ditch to Make Colum
A meeting for the election of directors
of the Canal company was held Monday
afternoon, over which L. Gerrard pre
sided as temporary chairman, Charles
Pearsall. temporary secretary.
The number of shares represented
Nine directors were elected as follows:
W. A. McAllister. L. Gerrard. Albert
Stenger, Carl Rhode, G. W. Phillips. A.
Anderson. R. S. Dickinson. A. Jaeggi.
W. T. Ernst.
A committee was appointed consist
ing of Whitmoyer, Albert and McAllis
ter to draft an amendment to article 4
of the constitution, and snbmit the same
at the next meeting. July 23.
G. W. Phillips. George Scott and C.
W. Pearsall were appointed a committee
to draft rnles and bv-laws.
31.465. beine- five ner cnt of rh -ro.-
subscribed, was paid in before voting
i These are the brief but potent partic -
' nIars of the neatest enterprise ever yet
. undertake bvneODleof Columbus and
"7,Vr , -. PP01 VommonaamJ
inity. a project the entire success of
1 which is concealed as practical bv everv
. expert engineer, and the orodt. as a
w,. JZ-.' l ." T .:...
i u"rs .cutuie. uevuuu 4ueaLiou.
1 he stockholders are to be cocgratn-
hited nnon th nrhiiirjrr' hrm.mr rtf
fimi.u, ,,. "
their tirst business meeting.
Board met at Council chamber at 9
o cioca. eunesuay torenoon. ah pres-
Bills were allowed as follows and
warrants ordered on general fund R.
Jenkmson 33.50; Werner Schupbach
3."0.40; Gleason . Merrell 33; Marraoy
.t Simmons 39; Baker Wells ST.oO; C.
L. Stillman 81.
rix"e ,?5"ilu" " '. ' i-
Clark. W. . Henslev and twelve others.
with reference to competency ot princi
pal of hign school, was read, and placed
on file. On motion of Lehman, the sec
retary was directed to notify the parties
to appear before the board for the pnr
pose of substantiating their charge, that
Mrs. Merrell be also notified, and that
the matter be made a special order for
the next meeting.
Communication of Miss Beulah Whee
ler with reference to her grading m
Latin, as certified, was read, ind the
secretary authorized to have the proper
Communication from Miss Burger
read saying that her application was not
for a situation in the suburban district.
On motion it wis decided that when
the board adjourn it be to Jul 13, s 30
a. m.. sharp
As to the suburban district the see
retary stated that the enrollment had
varied from ti to 17 pupils during. the
Several months of last year, the attend
ance varying from 5 to 1 1, average en
rollment 24. average attendance in.
schupbach moved that there be six
months' school held at the suburban
school house during the coming year.
Turner moved an amendment that the
committee on schools confer with the
patrons of that portion of the district
and ascertain their wishes. There was
no second to the amendment, and after
some discussion, the motion was earned.
Turner voting no. The months
school were fixed at October to March,
The applicants for the position of
teacher in the suburban school were
Mii'etta Wheeler, Alice Wise, Ida Guth
rie, Mar E. Gnfl'en, Grace M. Clark.
Mrs. Arthur Allen.
The first ballot resulted in Miss
Gnffeu 3. Miss Wise 2. Miss Clark I.
second badot. Miss Gntfeu 4. Miss Wise
2. and Miss Gritfen was declared elected
There being no other applicants for ,
janitor pooitions m Second and Third j
wards. James Warner and Wm. Novel I
were re elected.
Mrs. Roe Page was unanimonslv
elected as musical director, there being
no oiuer iijjui .tui.
Board met at SA'), Friday morning,
but it was o'clock before the president
called to order. j
The first thing m order was the hear
ing of petitioners in regard to principal
of high school. Those present were
John Elliott, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
The w hole forenoon was passed in the
consideration of the petition, but with
out any reversal of the board's action in
election of teacher.
Balloting for principal i of the Third
ward, being in order, resulted in- First.
Mr. Weaver 3; Mrs. Ballon I: Miss
M. Gallagher 1. Miss Megath I. Sec
ond. Weaver 5. Miss Gallagher 1.
W G. Ballon was elected janitor for
the First ward building on the first
ballot Ballon I; Bromhoefi"er 2.
The report of the committee on schools
was then made recommending salaries
as follow, was adopted, length of school
year in the city, nine months. Sup't
31.200 a vear. principal high school 375 !
a month, assistant $)0; teacher of "th
and Oth grades $bo. ward principals 355:
primar teachers 3-"); Miss Ida Martin
3o0: Misses Welch and Tavlor 845 each;
.Misses Watkins. Rickly and Griffin 840
each: Mrs. Page, music teacher 325.
Schupbach of the committee on build
ings and grounds made report recom
mending necessary repairs, report adopt
ed and committee instructed to have
repairs made. Adjourned.
The t. P Pioneer. Picnic
At about 11 lo Saturday morning the
lon,' excnrsioa tram consisting of thir
teen coaches loaded down 'with about
one thousand people compnsmir the
Union Pacific Pioneers club and families
of Omaha pnlled into Columbus with
the engine covered all over with decora
tions. also the tender having a larue
canvas witii the head of a butfalo artis
tically painted upon it with the years
l""i'.) and 194 on either side.
The ardor of the crowd was somewhat
cooled and dampened by the steady rain
that was falling at their arrival, and it
seemed to be about a stand off between
the farmers who were wishing for a
heavy downpour of ram and the picnic
ers 'ho were wishing it would dear off
0 the-v muht he nhle u crat. into e'rnnU-.
fort square park and rest themselves .
aiier ineir ions? nae. amnt i 00 tne
clouds bean to roll by and from that
time until the piemcers took the train
for home, the weather could not have
. ..L 3 ., ,.1 . . -1
been finer for their enjoyment
x(t r lio-ftn t .i-- ti, , !,,-,.- ,
Alter uavmu eiuen their dinners m ,
the cars, they marched from the tram to
trankfort square, headed by the U. P.
A few remarks were made by the pres
ident of the association, Mr. Gercme A.
Lilhe.-who introduced Mavor PhilliDe.
wno made a short address ot welcome. 1
After the mavor came Hon. S. C. Grav, 1
president of the citv council, who made
a few well chosen remarks. Then came
the speaker of the dav. Mr Conkhn,
who made a short talk, after which.
thanking the mayor and council for the
freedom of the city, the exercises closed
at the grand stand".
The band took their big and little
riddles, trombone, etc.. and repaired to
the dancing tioor. and of conrse the
most of the crowd followed. The par
ticipants, yonr.-r and old, judging from
their faces, enjoyed themselves to the
ntmest in dancing, swinging, chatting,
buggy nding, and .mite a few strolled
out to see the prairie dog town. The
dance was as free as the water in the
Loup. During the afternoon the Omaha
and Columbua "kids" had a game of
base ball; at the end of the seventh
inning the score stood 9 to 6 in favor of
Omaha: a bystander reports had they
played two more innings it would have
been diamond cut diamond.
All the visitors seemed to be well
pleased with the recention the were
tendered by the mayor and citizens and
thought more than" hkelv :hev wonld I
come again next year. The Jochsal
wishes thev mav.
The heavy fogs of Suaday and lion
day morning hereabouts led some late
risers to believe that there had been a
light shower cf rain.;
.ynopi of Supervisors Pi-jceedinss.
I TfEsDA T.July 10, 1-0J.
. Board of inperv tsors met In regular sexton
I at .! o clock p. m. lion. Niels Olsou. chairman.
and G. W. Phillip, clerk, and entire board
pre-eur. escept supervisor Weidner.
Minuted of the June meeting w ere now read
The ccuntv attorney to whom, at the List ses
sion oi me ooaru w.l reierreu me ioiuvm;i
. resolution suDmitiea oy supervisor Keener
"VVhereus. The County Board at its t.i-.t meet-
i ins agreed to permit Hon. W. X. Hen.!ey.
county Jinl;. to have hi- office oiiLiide the
court houe. provided he moveil into his uul
office the fire proof ife pr.rc"aied b the
sounty for the office of the couniy judje, and
"'Wherea, Judge HenIey ha.- not compl.ed
with the provuioR of the -aal asreeraent,
i therefore be it
-Resolved, by this board that the county at-
torney br and w hereoy tnttnicteit to lve hi-
Pinwn ln wrinnsm t. the remedy the county
I J" '' again-t Judge Henley f.r the ,afe
. "- "" w.ns.iiro ana .nnr papers
i uu "lc '" " 0fUW- prraemeu m wruten
I -Jl"'OI loilou,
' u"enen In answer to the re..liitiin of
jour honor.bH b,t a copy of untch i hereto
. attached. I would re-pectfnily ,ai. that miu-
division sciudor-ectiii ir- chapter 13, Com
RlIed -"rutes of h9J. maiw it t e duty of the
County B.Mrdj pmvide -nimble rooms or
( omoes for the countv court and judge thereof,
i either in the court ho ie or cl-ewhere at the
county seat, if there are no room-, or (P.et
ln me coun uou-e Miitanie tnereior.
ui) tne duty of the County Bum if the n
nances of the comity permit to furnish ami
pluoe ln or near -..nd mom- or oftieei. a Ore i
proof vniilt or -ife. re-i-wnably suitable iad J
convenient for the -..ife Ueepmsj of the boot-.
anu reeom- ot -ani court. Mich being the law
:tnil ilutiei nnpoieti n th- County Hoard. I am
of the opinion that the contract or agreement
set tortli m -alii resolution la a nullity, ailii of
t i o force or effect ami that the county w with
out remeuy to entorce tne .ime. nor in a posi
tion to req lire sild jiidue to place and itore
'.Uil book-, and rc-corus when not in use ln a
tire prnofvnult or -.ife until th county tuu
provided hH otnee therewith as above -tatetl.
John .M (iONDiiri.
(. ouiity vnoraey
On motion tlii opinion u us onlen-tl placed on
rile county attorney now Mibnutted the fol.
lowing opinion on the ri-liition relative to the
runt ot the county board to reluud to John
-t.ui!tVr tne .imoiiu: puid by him in s.iti-:ac-tiou
ci the judgment oM lined by the county
i;Mlii-l him, to-it
In answer to the comiuiriii'itioii ot your
hotionhle boa a copy ot which i- heret. at
Uched. 1 w .uld re-pei'tllil! Mte. tu.ll I W Ls
one .,i the .ttroriitM -j mi couu-el tor .Mr.
Manner prior to inj election to the olhce of
niinty attoine. in the matter -pecined mid
et torth m -.ii.l ciininiiinieution and that I
.teem it improper tor me to render tne opin
ion .ir report tliriein reijui-atr'ii. imt consider
melf dt-iiu.Uiti.-il i n.ier ih I tw -o ro do
JOH-N M. i..NDHI.N.,
On motliin ot unervi-ior Johnson the .line
w.h received ind ordered -preud upon the
In the matter ot the l. . mun of the "Urod
boll road ' and the ication ot a part of the
"Looking dl.is and r Billiard rnid, ' on mo.
uoii ot sup.-rior .lulni-on the p ajrr ot the
petitioners was reject eti.
In the matter of the s-tub road, coiiimenc
iui;at the sciithfi-tiHnKr of section l. town
17 range ' west, und ninm nu thence north on
section line .iiie-li:ill mije on motion ot Simer
i-orLl-co the pr:ier ot the DeXiUonen :ls
granted, the road declared duly located and
count -urveor directed to sure and plat
-:ime iccording to law; ind f.e report of the
appraiser awarding iUm wi us follows: fohn
! Omelia. :90til. l..inder (Jermnl SJn.i.n- v:is
ulopted ind .une charged enuall to tolum
bus and Lost ( reek townships.
In the matter ot the vacation ot i part of the
"shell Creek road ' t south side' ami i he loca
tion ot the Uerisch road. m motion of s-up-ert-or
Klliott the petitiuii was reierred back
to petitioueis for tree riuht ot way
In the matter of the 'Town Line rond. ' com
mencing it i he northwest corner ot section tl,
town l', rocje I e:Lst, and running O'enee due
east on iectton line one mile. . u motion ot
supervisor Asche the prner .t die petitioners
was granted, road declared duly established,
-unejor directed to survey and plat same, and
the report of the appraisers allow ing damages
as follows was adopted:
i HeiirylCapeLi ..
John (loetz ... . . . -J.) 00
Etlert rteilbusch . 40(0
Heinrich bchuli . W 00
In the matter of the location 01 the "Com
promise road and t-ie vicution ot p-irt- ot the
"Dr Crerlr V uley road" and "Hugh Hill
road, ' now came before the Beard for action,
and tipi.u recommendation ot the committee
on roads and bridges, the repo-t of the special
commissioner inpomted therein w-i adop.ed.
roads declared dulj -ic:ited is reeoni mended,
and the "Com promise road commencing at
the northwest corner ot the southwest quarter
of section 2il. town !;. range J w-t, and run
ning thence Jue est oa the half section line
one mile, was declared dul tocattd. provided,
the petitioners thereof pnv ror the free nght of
way lor same.
In the matter of the " esper roud" in -hell
Creep township, on motion further action wis
defcrreil until the next meeting of the Board.
In the matter of the petition of William
liriUith ind others far a public rond in Bur
rows township, on motion ot supervisor
Tbomain the sjme v. is referretl buck to peti
tinner, for free ri.
Tlle petition oj.
ihtot . ay.
John -sikoi and other, tor a
public read in Butler township. ua n motit n
ol s.jpcr ior Uerber rejected.
The bond of J Irwin .13 rond overseer m
V00d1lIe town-iln -u 0n motion reierreil
to the ioiinl attorney tor his opinion a-, to
whether Mr Irwin can .malityaa road overseer
s hi!e holding the onlce of justice of the pe ice.
On motion 01 -upeivior I i3co nil bills oil
tile ware cow referred their appropriate
On mctiou the boird now jiilourued till J
o clock 1 m. tomorrow.
VFD.NEDY M., Jtth 11, Vs'M.
The board met pur-uant to ailjour mient at
o'clock 1. ni. the honorable chairman, clerk
and all members ot the boird present, except
O'l resolution submitted hy -iiipervisor ONon
wirrint No. x". dnwn In imorot Fuller, mith
i Fuller, ilated .June U. 1331. was cancelled by
The count! sur.ersuuiiiittet recommenda
tions relutwe to the perpetuatimj of section
lad 'ji.arter sect! m corners in the I.imh out 01
p ibhc road-, which upon motion was. adopted
by 'he Board
superintendent rii.jin.iin submitted the fol-
Be it resolved by the Board i apervisors of
1"! itte county, Nebraska, that it is ine seus ,if
this Board, that 111 th- interest ()f the people of
tin- cotiiin. steps -hoiild be Taken by this
t fhe drn7,..M .V,.eii n..w ure ui3. ana to
that eo.t lie it tiirtlier
lJes,Ucd, lliat.i ommitteof tliree .-MUSISt
in,t of ihe luiirman ' '" Boanl. the treas
urer and the cirk of this count v ne and ire
hereby .p.llHil, whuae .uf it sh.d. t.e to
enter into currespondence with part.es h-
ei in ine ousuiesS 0i irmciiiu rain, imi
,,... t.,v h ,h, , l!f -w..1.mA. ..r
ranjjement- wi h any re-.poiisitie partv and
the iieefs'itv for rain sijii eistms. that aid
committee lie authorieii to enter nit mi
wreeiiieiit with said pirty on beii.tif ot tln
outi'y t pnxiuce inch rain, provided, tha'
sucti t-diirti sua.! be carried on is near the
center of the :ount is pssitjir. U1.1t the enu
tnctor i ee u prnitm-e a ood mnti.l
throughout the immt wuhm five ,uvs from'
r&e commencement it -aid eft.iri and that the
.'onL wiereoi -:iail HOI ccee.l III- ,11111 1.1 si.ji iji
pcrd.11 fi-r eai'h iia actu.ul eii-ijett m th
rtTort to produce the same mil provultl fur
"iier, 1U.1. in wins' shall the i-oiin u liable
to said contractor for lay iinipeni.uion -tlin
ever. 111 the effort to priduce said riu uu'e--said
etf.irt proves successful mil 1 -ati-i.ic
tury raintali occurs thruuiiboiit the . omit' ,
And be it farther
KesoUeii, That for the piirpo-e m defraying 1
the 1- n-es thereof, there is hereby .ippn.- j
prtattsi tnim tne county ;enerii lund le v for
Hie year l-"4. the sum of Vu.in).
lloiei d. supervisor riioinain that the reso
lution be adopted, amendment offered r.y
s-uptrvtsor Ljsco to imlcriiiitely postpone,
ameiidmect to amendment otfered by -super-n-or
Johnson that reilutmii be relucted.
Roll called for vote on amendment to amend
ment as follows supervisors A-che. Eecher,
Het-aeker. Dri.-coll. Geiber. Johnson. Kier
nan, Lfjo PolLini, Schreiber, speice, Tschu
din nd Mr. Chairman voting aye. 13 super,
visors ChmIiIs. Elliott llylet and Thoinaln
votimr no, 4: ab-eiit supervisor We.dner
Anieiidmeut. to auiciuiiiient declared carrieti
and resolution rejeteii
The following bill- ere now allowed
J 51 (jondrmir, county attorney, expen-
-e-case Platte county vs. Early It 11
Lr W PinUipt?. county flcrt. correcting
Nebnmka Telephone ( ., telerjhone
-ervice for July. I-Ul u aj
D C Kavanaah. -herilf. cunti insane
cae-i. etc 'A 0-
G W Phillipo, county cleric, cash ad
vanced for county 1- CO
at Mary's hcspitai, bill for Jaae. ld 10 00
W F Dodds, services as -ap'r . . 4 70
Di Beccer, - " 7 20
Lea76 Your Orders Mi. M kmi Hie Ensii.
"Eat, Drink and be Merry."
Henry Ragatz & Co.,
Have made a special effort to secure bargains for our
customers. En Canned Goods we have over COO cases, at prices
that astomsh our many customers.
Dried Fruits are of good quality at very low prices.
We have Genuine Maple Svrup and Pure Buckwheat
Our Cider can"t be beat.
Apples are scarce, but we have them.
Tn Nuts. Raisins, Fruits and
We have doubled our order over last year, and have an im
mense stock. ZS Vll who purchase, will find it to
their interest to look over our sjoods and .jet our prices.
I Crockery, Blassw are and Lais. 1
Unr assortment was never more complete, at reasonable E
s prices. Call and eiamme them. 2
Eleventh St., Columbus, Nebraska. 1
1 Leave Tour Orders Earl7. and AToid tiie Bnsii. 1
H S Elhi.ir,
P. Y Li-c...
I i V-che.
Wm Schis-iber. "
.rmne- haera in,
I.tcob derber "
It)hn P Johnson, '"
V M Pollani.
r P llylet.
eonre rhom.i;in. " "
t V Speiee. "
o 0 '
" . I
I on tiee-9CKT
N H Pirks. pub. proceeding, etc
NebrisK.l filene -ame
ir B apeice. bni. coots in slate rvs
.1 II iianilnu, county mtorney, -alary
Jii .piarter, I".H
St Loais Vrt Meial l , ruult omnibus
Omaha Printing l inde f r ounfy
T H ( larii. -alary as county phy-icion
to laly 10, 1-1H
I i KJnck, n..ui .l.iui.unt iicet I olain-
llrs I Utr-hill same
L.iwrence Birne-. -'ime.
TIios Burk s,ime.
Henrj' Keuiar, same
ITieo Ban-isch, same
Peter Knski. iaif.
f.icob Louis, -ame
Wm liees.-. icer Sherman tp
Herm.in Luedtke, same,
.las O'BneC. icct bhell reek tp
Eil Riv-niter same.
.las O'Brien, icct l olumbiis fp.
Eii Ko-nirer. swi
R L RoHnier. same
Jo-epli Lanaberrj ncct ilamphrey tp
A Powell A i .. icct WiMMlvuIe tp
C A Newman, accr Colambus tp
Richard Oliner. acct (irtinille tp
Stephen iierman. -ame
John Omelm. icct Colnmbitt tp.
Henry Kapel-, ucct Creton tp
John imetz, -.ime
Eilert Helibush, acct Sherman tp
Heinrich S;hnlz. -ame.
Ed Lue-4'hen. iccr I re-ton tp
Herman Lueiitke. -ante.
Daniel Wiln. icct Iinnetp.
Ed Roositer. s.une
it L Ror.-iter. acct shell re tp
same. Monroe tp
j foseph Linaberry icct Himphrey t
'. R L Roe-iter. icct shell reek tp
.Vston Fangman. jr, .ict UrinTille tp.
Stephen German, same
I nwell Lumber X Wram o , accr
t re-ton rp.
L iiernrd. iccr Lo-t l n-ek tp
fohn Omelia. s.-.m-J
I Dmeen. -ame
An Dnd-chns, same.
Cath Kicker, "lie
F C Auatm MTi Co . icct Hnmpnrey
The following bill
m motion referred back to mt towneiup f r
settlement, ro wit
i hiciuto Lumber o. sj.f, 1 hicno Limner
Co. J'.' u". Henri iiren u jiW John YnsfstjU
-: Vngastn.s Kiolb.i-1 $-0, dhelm Pillen ;"
Wm. Bonn- $10: Hnuh Williams et il j:Vi
The petition of ijernard rteluijcnen in.i
others fur 1 public mad in Sherman t.-wnahip
wls on motion of sup'r Asche irinti and the
clerk dirpcteii to publish notice .,f same.
t ounty Attorney iiondrim; n.iw -nhmiited 1
verbal opinion on the bill of D C. k-iranacn.
-heritf. for -ervimr fai etecntmns, ?2.ti, -aei
bill havm ben referred to lua at hu-t -e-ein
f the boanl. whereupon it wa moved by Sup'r
Eecher that a arnnr be drawn n rhe n ant
lienenl fund levy for 1-'j- in f iri.rof -a.d D
Kavinauh. f.r the -nm of 11 1 1 a.- ia 'ii.-m ii
fall of -aid bill. Motion carried.
"up'r Li-co pre-ented rhe following
Re-lvei, l!i.it the county dent be mil
hen'by instructed ti xsc?rt,nn fnm rhe .iiiin-
clerk of ( olfai county rhe imuact
paid 01 sanl county tor rntnt ot wiy . r
'1 r tr.B
location of rhe oiaz ind Platte i-unm, ..
roiul and rhe extension tiiereiif.
On motion resolution wan adoitei
The boinl now pri.eeleil to -eler iti . r
from which the jurori for the Se tember fm
rhe district court will be dnwn.
On motion of snp r speice the boiird h..a
ionraed to meet Tue-ilay, Vu. 11, 1-'j;. it
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Conrtland Beach -atitinu
Vou can now sret a throuuh tram fr-.n.
any point on the Cnion Pan ft -y-'ein
to Conrtland Beach station. The lak
steamer takes you direct from the station
to Courtland Be.ieh. .1 h'.e n.inn'e tnp
Picnic parti. .m arrange f.r thru'i:n
tram from any poin i-"! Le "r..m Pi
citic. See .ur I'nion P iemc ant. ',
( an t'u rn Nh 3011 i
BLINDS, LIME. Etc.. ami
ever) thin? kept in the
South of C. P. R. R. De-pot, Coin ru hits,
TR. H. J. ARNOLD,
PHYirr.lX AXD CROEO.V. 1
OtSce two doors northof Broilfaehrer'- 'ewelrr
aton-. Omce r,r.a day and niirhc rHchncH
ELL.s LFIE Dr ERINii
Tlies n. i rfe, i nt ii-tuni sfnici? hen?
srrenjth is ue.iei ( r lever within eHy
reach. "To be -i nplc t. be irrent." The
binder ails been reduced r i few ticiplo piec-s
itu!uiu t.ierher nc-ij' tnO puitJ-. see lilu
Deerinu before yon hny onuther
shop on Olive street. Columbua. N"eb.,
four door j south if Borowiak's.
Dr. CLARK'S INSTITUTE
HE l 1IE.N T "UE
Also Tobacco, Morphine and
other Narcotic Habits.
Privite'rvirmr-a' iven if leired.
Choice Field Seeds,
r 1 n v-s
Blue Grass, etc.
- L'Vf.L IT
Herman Oshlrich & Bro's.
M. C. CASSIN,
h Meat Market
Game and Fish in Season.
safrJi'heat market prices paid for
Hides, in.j Tal'ow.
THIRTEENTH ST., "
0LI MBl-s. - NEBR.VSKA.
L V Hui,. t U 1 r r-7;. , II. D
t H '.tfh .I b
MARTYN, EVANS & GEER,
' s.l I., ll,
Physicians - and - Surgeons
H. i-i 1.
Lnte.' -rat-, rimia.n -itrgeran. Aj--iatant
- .--'i is f axon Pica.- 1 s tail. Railwija.
- -1 ifi,-p -.pen auht ind in Telephone No.
" i fm n. r'i L an n Picinc Depot.
M1R7Y & ENGELM1N,
' r .
FBBSH 11 SALT MATS,
Vv if djmrs.
TjjroALLISTEF. &. COP.WEI.nJS.
rTil:L"i- AT LAW,
L3ERT & REEDER.
ATTOPEV.S AT LAW,
Ot2rei,r First National Bunk,
Winss, Liquors and Cigars
THE XEW SALOON"
On Ele-renth -t. Imporrrd and domestic in-.
1 fur ramii- m.fu dru.uiM
f f-rT5TTZ3Tl .V Vt-auw-u.
Sz-ajti! Cor. Elcrecth asd M .
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