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FINE HOLIDAY - GOODS
Go to ASCHE & RYAN'S Comer Store.
Eleventh and Olive Street.
M ffl M A
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HENRY RAGATZ & CO.,
CHRISTMAS -j NEW YEARS
the good housewife makes special efforts to prepare dainties
such as will please old and yonng. We have made unusual
efforts to secure what yon may want for this occasion. Our
STOCK IS MEW and COMPLETE
BRING ON TOUR ORDERS.
New Nuts, all kinds, I Raisins, Currants,
Figs, I Citron Lemon and Orange Peel,
Dates, I Cranberries, Mince Meat,
Sweet Cider, Strictly Pure Spices.
A FULL LINE OF
New Canned Goods, from the cheapest to
CHASE & SANBORN'S worid famous
Teas and Coffees
Log Cabin, strictly pure Maple Syrup.
Buckwheat Flour, such as mother used
That we be
lieve that the
BEST is none too good for our customers, and that our
Goods are JUST AS REPRESENTED. We are headquarters
for fine CANDIES and NUTS, and have tons and tons of them
just in. tafChristinas tree committees will do well to 6gure with
us, as we will make them SPECIAL PRICES. As usual,
will make our store his HEADQUARTERS during the next two
China, Lamps and Glassware.
We have never shown as complete a line in fine China Novelties at
5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c, $1.00 up to as high as $3.00.
Our LAMPS have been selected with great care and will delight
you. They range in prices from 15c to $7.60 and many of them are
beaaties. Come in and look them over. You will surely find some
thing that will please you.
Order Early Great Rush Begins.
With the Compliments of the season.
HENRY RAGATZ & CO.,
Telephone ColumbUS, Nebr.
Usable Gifts !
Year after year there is more common sense shown
iu the choosing of Gifts usable things that is the
idea. Many useful things are beautiful, as well.
Our planning has been liberal.
SOflE HINTS FOR
FATHER S BIQ BROTHER.
Eltony Military Brush Sets (the latest swell thing),
Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Shaving Brushes, Fine
Purses and Bill Books, Razor Strops, Smoking Sets,
and the finest Cigars fn fancy boxes ever shown in
Columbus, for $1.00 and upwards.
FOR nOTHER OR SISTER.
Fine Perfumes in bulk and fancy packages, prices
10c to $10.00, many choice novelties ; Perfume Ato
mizers, Manicure Sets (a fine line in Ebony, Ster
ling mounted), Manicure pieces with decorated
China handles, Brush and Comb Sets, Hair Brashes
and Combs, fine Nail and Flesh Brushes, decorated
Trays and Candle Sticks. Toilet Stationery, Fine
Soaps, Stationery and many other suitable articles.
BOY S QIRLS.
Perfumes, Children's Perfume Atomizers, Harmoni
cas, Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, Lead Pencils,
Tablets, etc. J9WATCH OUR WINDOWS.
STILLMAN'S DRUG STORE.
We Give Atlas Checks.
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER . IBM.
ftVAll aotlcaa aadar taia haarftas will b
charged at taa rata of $2 a year.
a LEBANON LODGE No. 98, A. r.& A. M.
lUgnlir nrthgi Id TTtsattiteT is nrti
jUCaroata. All kitkM iBTitad to attaad
Gca. G. Bacaxa, flec'r. . Mjaly
WILDEY LODGE No. 44, L O. O. F..
mm xoaaoay arcane or. aaea
ntk at thair kail om TUitMta
treat. vlaitiac bratkram eoidially
Qao. Faibomld. Bao'y. Z7jaB-tf
rtOLUMBIAN CAMP No. 15. WOODMEN OF
V the World, aieeta ararjr aaooad and foaith
ThBiadara of the month, 7 p. au, at L O. O. F.
nan, iiurtaanui street. Kaguiar aneadaaee ia
deatrabla, and au viuUac brataraa ara eor-
lamaa to meet wiu aa. jaason
REORGANIZEDCHDRGH OF LATTER-DAT
SaiaU hold ragalar aerrioaa arary Saadaj
at 2 p. at,, prayer taeetiair oa Wadaaaday aveaiac
at their chapel, eoraarofNorth atraat aad Facile
ATaaae. All ara cordially iBTitad.
WalfiS Elder H. . Hopaoa. PreaMaat.
GERMAN REFORMED CHURCH.-Soaday
School at 9:90 a. at. Chareh arary Sasday
at 11:00 a. at. Chrietiaa Endeavor at fs p. ai.
Ladies' Aid Society erary ant Tharaday ia the
month at the charch. 14bot-M
Wheat, old bushel 52
Corn, shelled $ bushel... 20
Corn, ear bushel 20
Oats, & bushel 18
Rye V bushel 35
Barley, bushel 25
Hogs- cwt. 3 45 3 70
Fat cattle- cwt 2 90 3 65
Potatoes bushel 200
Butter l. 1517
EggB y dozen 16
Markets corrected every Tuesday afternoon.
For fae watch repairiag, caU on
Carl Frosssel, llta St, Gotaabus, Neb.
H. P. OooUdge has sixty nice Ply
Baoalk Book cockerels for amis. Coaae
aady sad fet the bast 4
Now is the tisae to have yomr
Christmas photos taken. H.F.Mieleaz.
Tbe air is fall of letters, packages,
etc avea yet, and it is bow after
Enquire of Herrick.
Do not forget Myers. tf
A light snow Sunday and Monday.
Dr. Naumann, dentist, Thirteenth
Dr. Baker, physician and surgeon,
office Olive street. tf
-Dr. L. C. Voss, Homeopathic physi
cian, Columbus, Neb.
Wanted, a girl to do housework.
Inquire at Galley's store, tf
Drs. Martyn, Evans ft Geer, office
three doors north of Friedhof s store, tf
Furnished rooms with or without
board, at tbe Huber on Thirteenth street
Buy toys for yonr children, now,
and avoid the rush, von Bergen Bros'.
Do not fail to see our 8-foot galvan
ized steel mill for $25.00. A. Dussell k
W. C. Poynter, father of the gover
nor, died at his home in Albion Monday
J.N. Kilian was admitted to practice
before the supreme court of the state
Four rooms for rent Inquire of
Mrs. Wise, three blocks west of Fried
hof s store.
Qua, Speice and Gas. Schroeder
went to Omaha Monday for the Christ
John Shannahan was acquitted of
the charge of murdering Edward Joice
at South Omaha.
Quite a bit of wind and dust Satur
day along with the crowds of people
coming to town.
Rev. Haughtmann has resigned his
pastorate of the Monroe-Wattaville Con
Herman Kersenbrock has been con
fined at home several days with inflam
mation of the bowels.
Ole Steinbaugh is erecting a black
smith shop a few feet east of the Com
mercial National bank.
Cows at public sales are bringing
from $35 to $45 each; spring calves $20
to $25; horses as high as $190.
Button Photos '
Saley't. No Money in advance. tf
Joe Coolidge, fireman on the Albion
U. P. branch, got a foot pinehed in the
turn-table Tuesday evening last
Hiram Rice, and his mother, resi
dents of this city in the 70's, are now
living at Los Angeles, California.
A. J. McKelvey, a former resident
here, now of St Edward, Nebr., has
been granted a pension of $8 a month.
Public installation of officers of the
G. A. R and S. of V., Saturday evening
January 6. AU friends of the orders in
vited. Found A number of keys in a
bunch, that were probably lost Monday.
Evidently valuable. Gall and pay for
-FARMERS, ATTENTION.. You
can get an 8-foot Freeport Galvanized
steel windmill from A. Dussell Son
for only $25.00. tf
Frank Fngard and Harry Graves, of
the creamery of Hagel k Stevenson at
Genoa, came down Saturday to stay
John Seipp was reported very ill
Tuesday morning with dropsy. Three
gallons of water were taken from him
Sunday by the physicians.
The four-year-old daughter of Jacob
Maasback, of Tarnov, died Thursday of
last week, after a severe attack of the
measles. Platte Center Signal.
The United Brethren began their
revival meetings Sunday eveaiag. Rev.
F. B. Cannon, presiding elder, of Blair
will be here Thursday evening.
Miss Ida Egger had the tips of the
finger of her right hand pinched while
running a job press Satarday, at the
Times office, caaatag painful wounds.
Colambas merchants enjoyed a large
Christmas trade this year, the streets
and stores on Saturday having the
appearance of a large celebratioa day.
Dannie McRae, one of the brave
boys of the Fighting First Nebraska,
has been appointed defmty ooaaty clerk
of Colfax county by-Clerk N. H. Manas.
Bellwood Is talkiae of awrebaaiac
the B. Knawiar mill oa Clear Creek and
saoving it down to the barg. They be
lieve that it woald be a payiag atova in
tks way of drawiaf trade,
L. G. Patterson has position on the
M. Hancbett, a former resident of
Platte county, latterly living at Grand
Island, expects shortly to move to Cal
ifornia. Win. Schilz makes" boots and shoes
in the best styles, and uses only the very
best stock that can be procured in the
George Barnum has invested in
thirteen Duroe Jersey Red hogs, and
purposes seeing what he can do with
this hardy breed.
Emil von Borgen was under the
weather quite a bit last week, but kept
up and around at business, by sheer
force of habit and will.
Mrs. Saffron underwent a serious
operation at the hospital a few days ago
and is now rapidly improving, after
several months sickness.
There will be no meeting of the Art
department of the Woman's club this
Friday, The next meeting at residence
of Mrs. Herrick, January 12tb.
Quite a number of Monroe people
were in the city Wednesday and Thurs
day to listen to the application for incor
poration and the remonstrance.
The youngsters are still playing
football. A recent game between the
North and South sides resulting in a
score of 5 to 3 in favor of the first
Lee Beaty was down from his farm
in Monroe township Wednesday last, and
carried back with him a fine hammerless
shot gun which he said was his Christ
A business man says if you wish to
be rid of frost on your display window,
pipe the heat from a large lamp to the
lower end of the window and let the
heat go up the glass.
N Roy Rhone, the genial and talented
editor of the Kearney New Era-Standard,
is making his annnal visit to friends in
Columbus, and we are always glad to
greet him at Joubnai. headquarters.
At Belgrade Tuesday of last week,
Miss Aljo Morris, the postmistress at
Belgrade, Nance county, was badly
though not. fatally burned, her clothes
catching fire while she was making up
Miss Grace Hatfield expects to start
in a few days for Denver, where she will
keep house for her father until spring,
when the family will move out Mr.
Hatfield has a good position and is well
pleased with his work.
C. E. Pollock & Co. have placed
some new glass counters in their drug
store, which are attracting a good deal
of attention. The old counters were
purchased by Henry Sutton of Genoa,
and taken to their destination Friday
W. B. Doddridge, formerly Union
Pacific agent here, and for a number of
years with the Missouri Pacific as gen
eral manager, has been advanced to the
position of second vice-president Mr.
Doddridge is son-in-law of Guy C.
A son of William Craze at St Ed
ward, seven years old, was shot and
almost instantly killed by an older
brother Tuesday evening last. We
understand that the gun had been left
loaded, under the bed where the boy
got at it
John L. Clark, editor of the Platte
Center Signal, was in the city Saturday.
He is suffering some inconvenience from
an injury received the other day by com
ing in contact with a clothes line, hav
ing his nose and one eye slightly
Some Nebraskans are likely to in
vest in Paul Vandervoort's Cuban city.
La Gloria." The plantation is to be 2,
000 acres, and the company is to have an
income from its sugar mill, saw mill,
hotels and steamship lines. Work is
The Literary department of the
Woman's club will meet with Mrs. G. C.
Gray, Saturday, Dec. 30, at 3 o'clock.
Roll call. Current literature. History,
pages 118 to 144. Talk on Monks and
their work Mrs. Baker. First Crusade
The Wentworth entertainment Tues
day evening of last week was fairly well
attended, and was hugely enjoyed by
lovers of good declamation and of good
music Prof. Garlichs is the author of
three of the pieces rendered by the or
chestra in his charge.
Died, Thomas Earl, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Noon, aged 5 years, 6
months and 20 days. The child had
been afflicted several days with scarlet
fever, and died Thursday evening.
Three others of the children are sick
with the same complaint
The Norfolk Journal is authority for
saying that the invitations are out for the
marriage of Miss Stella Chestnutwood,
well known in this city, and Mr. Rice
William Hoyt of Marceline, Missouri, to
take place January 6 at Marceline, at
which place they will reside.
The Christmas dance given by the
W. Y. Biasell hose company Monday
night was lagely attended, some seventy
couples participating. Good lively mu
sic for the occasion was furnished by
the Orpheus orchestra, and everybody
present had an enjoyable time.
A short time ago, Congressman Joe
Sibley was a millionaire populist, just as
set in his ways as his Columbus friend
and acquaintance, John Freeman, but he
has changed his views somewhat on cer
tain phases of public questions, as see
another paragraph in today's Journal.
A. G. Rolf of near Palestine, this
county, was ia town one day last week
and, like a good many other Journal
sabscribers,' adds the Semi-Weekly Lin
coln Journal to his reading matter the
coming year; the two papers at only
$2.15 is our inducement to subscribers.
Still room for others.
Friday, the eoaaty board of super
visors, after aa extended hearing,
graated the petition for tbe incorpora-'
tion of Monroe and appointed the fol
lowing as village trastees: G. L. Hum
phreys, W. E. Cole, R. G. Strother,
Garrett Halst aad a W. HoUingsbead.
This action was taken notwithstanding
FARM FOR SALE.
A good 160 acre farm under a high
state of cultivation. For sale by Her
man Oehlrich Bro. 2m
David Anderson, formerly a
dent here, now of South Omaha, is to
deliver an address oa some historical
subject before the State Historical so
ciety at its annual meeting at Lincoln,
January 9 and 10. Among others on the
program are J. Sterling Morton, L. J.
Abbott John Turner, R. W. Furnas and
j School officials will watch with inter
est the question whether teachers can be
employed in city schools without the
school superintendent's recommenda
tion, a matter that came up in Omaha
the other day. Tbe attorney gave it as
his opinion that tbe election was not
valid so long as the rule stood on the
records of the board. He was asked to
investigate into the legality of the rule.
About last Thursday we imagine
that good 8aint Nickolas did most of
his'-trading in town for the country
children. We met him,' time 'and again,
and recognized him by his lively walk
and pleasant smile. He has been so
long now at the business that he has
become quite used to it and we venture
to say that no little people in any part
of tbe world fared better than Nebras
kans in this good Christmas time.
The Poultry show has almost
four hundred fowls on exhibition, which
is pretty good for the first show of the
Association, and as a consequence the
members are feeling pretty good. They
have really exceeded their own expecta
tions, which is very encouraging to them.
It is worth anyone's time to go in there
ancl hear the crows, gobbles and quacks
that make the building ring. In fact
one can scarcely hear himself think, for
the noise made by the feathered tribe.
David City News.
While returning home from town
Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Wagner
met with a serious accident. Their
horse shied into a wire fence and ran
away. Two of the buggy wheels got
through the wires and broke out seven
posts. The buggy then overturned,
throwing both occupants out Mr. Wag
ner sustained a dislocation of his right
shoulder, and Mrs. Wagner was severely
cut and bruised about the head and
face. The buggy was completely wreck
ed. Humphrey Democrat
We are in receipt of a letter from
Charles Deacon, Superintendent of the
Union Printers' Home at Colorado
Springs, Colorado, thanking us, in be
half of the hundred odd residents of the
Home, for a copy of The Journal during
the past year. The superintendent says
"the Home is a residing place for old and
infirm printers from all sections of the
United States and Canada, and as tbe
residents have no occupation whatever,
if can -be readily seen -how anxiously
they await the arrival of newspapers,
Mrs. Roy Rhone and son Robert,
teachers of guitar and mandolin, re
spectively, in the Wesleyan University,
Lincoln, gave some very fine music on
their instruments in the Methodist
church Sunday evening. They are the
happy owners of two of the most valua
ble instruments of their kind in the state
and certainly know how to handle them.
They will again play in the church next
Sunday. Mrs. Rhone is a sister of Mrs.
Frank Farrand, and the relatives have
gathered here for a family reunion.
George Erb, son of Mrs. Erb of this
city, who has been for the past eight
years living within four and a half miles
of Alliance, Box Butte county, Nebraska,
arrived in the city Friday and will visit
friends here, in Colfax and Nance county
before he returns home. George looks
in excellent health, brown as a berry, and
the west has evidently agreed with him.
He has five quarter sections of land,
besides a lease of two quarters of Bchool
land, and depends mainly upon raising
cattle, of which he has 135 head. He
says our old friend Niemoller of Plstte
Center was right about the Russian
thistle, it makes excellent feed for cattle,
cnt at the right time. They have a
flourishing country, with dairying a
growing business with the ranch people.
The Christmas exercises in the diff
erent churches were all excellent this
year, but we have little space and will
have to make brief mention of them.
The Presbyterian and Methodist gave
their exercises Saturday evening, the
former having a cantata with the regu
lar treat the latter rendering a program,
with distribution of extra fine candies.
The M. E. church had a fireplace ar
ranged in the alcove back of the pulpit.
Tbe German Reformed, German Luth
eran, and St. John's churches all ob
served Sunday evening for their exer
cises. The Baptist Sunday school were
given a "treat" after the regular school
hour Sunday morning. Tbe Congrega
tional school gave a very interesting
program Monday evening. The Episco
pal school will have their exercises
Thursday evening. The Catholic chil
dren had a treat at the close of school
Up at St Edward A. D. White is
having some trouble. The last Albion
Argus says: "A. D.White of St Edward
made a rather reluctant visit to our fair
city last Saturday night W. H. Hamilton,-A.
B. Browder and H. H. Reed of
this city, assisted by OL Wilson and Jas.
Yizzard of St Edward, made a. forced
raid on White's drug store Saturday
night and captured a quantity of drink
ables. White and all were brought to
Albion. He gave bond immediately and
returned home. The capture was very
exciting as Mr. White keeps his place of
business locked and a sentry in charge
of the door. Only the fsitbful can by
proper taps and password gain entrance.
A man was seen entering when the offi
cers made a grand rash, trampling down
the sentry and taking tbe proprietor
rather by storm. He was suddenly hand
cuffed aad taken in charge as aforesaid.
There are now eight charges hanging
orat hia tor district court"
DON'T LET TIE CHANCE ESCAFE !
BUY THE BEST GUN.
. We Have Scores of Them to Select from.
Air Rifles, Skates and Pocket Knives. We carry a complete line Rifles at 90c to $11.00. Skates, both
ladies' and gents', 50c to $1.50. They are the BARNEY k BERRY, the best there m. Now if yoa are
looking for a Knife or Razor, we wish to say we have 300 different styles to choose from. We have 100
Sample Knives that we bought at a bargain and will sell them at a bargain as long as they last HTDONT
FAIL TO 8EE THEM.
Feat iallt, Striking Baas, Athletio Gees ef all Kinds, Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Saartomaa CletWsa
a fine, complete line. We make a specialty of SPORTING GOODS. Our motto is to reduce prices when
ever we can. Quick sales and small profits is good enough for us.
Cigars, Pipes and Tebaccet. If you are looking for a good smoke, cigar or pipe, drop in sad see our
hue of high grade 8moking Tobaccos, 5 and 10c Cigars in handsome boxes. The beet there ia Our line of
Pipes cannot be excelled either in price or quality. Fifty different styles to choose from. Look over our
goods. Ask our prices. We are here to wait on you.
OTJR, STOCK OF.
Is larger than ever before. A fine Mandolin, Guitar, Violin, Aa
toharp or Music Folio is a nice gift for a lady or gentleman.
They would remember and thank you for years to come. Besides
the advantage of offering you the largest stock to choose from,
our prices are right lower than all competition.
Examine our line of high grade BICYCLES and sundries.
We make a specialty of Bioycles.
Call in and examine our American made SHOT GUNS,
choke bored, at $15.00.
LOUIS F. PHILLIPPS CO.
Fata of Morrissey Kiowa.
General Young reports that he be
lieves the American prisoners, including
Lieutenant Gilmore, are in the hands of
United States troops.
Discouraging news reaches the navy
department from Admiral Watson at
Manila, respecting the members of the
crew of the Yorktown's party which
landed at Baler last spring. The man
Rynders, who brings the news, was
coxswain of the Yorktown.
Watson's dispatch saya: "Seaman
Rynders of the Yorktown, captured at
Baler, recaptured with Woodbury by
cavalry at Bayombong, has reported on
board the flagship; both wounded when
Gilmore was taken and left behind; he
reports Nygard, Dillon, McDonald and
Morrissey killed. Rynders, Woodbury
and Venville wounded in foot nnable to
travel. Doing well Baler, June 15. Ex
pect Woodbury tomorrow; wounded not
cared for, wounds received personal care.
Woodbury and Rynders walked nearly
The Morrissey mentioned was Charles
M. Morrissey, born in this city, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Morrissey, a
merchant on Eleventh street, and now of
Lincoln. He enlisted in the navy in
July, 1893. The Lincoln Journal says:
"The last letter received from him was
dated April 9, 1899, one week before he
was killed.' His relatives had been in
suspense ever since the crew of tbe fork
town came in contact with the insurg
ents. A list of the captured men appear
ed in the dispatches, but Morriasey's
name was not in the list No news of
his fate could be secured from any
source. Not until recently was it known
that any of the crew were killed. Then
Morriasey's relatives and friends feared
the worst The ship on which Mr. Mor
rissey served was under fire several
times before the fourteen men were cap
tured, and he participated in several
sharp skirmishes with the natives."
Many of our teachers will attend the
state teachers' association at Lincoln.
Chas. Bloedorn and Alice Considine
are spending their vacation at their
homes in Platte Center.
It is reported that the High school
football team will play the Schuyler
team some date during the holidays.
The city schools open again Jan. 8,
1900. All of the scholars are glad that
they will not have to attend school any
more during W.
The rooms taught by Misses Luth snd
Sheehan were visited by many people
Friday afternoon many parents were
interested in the exercises.
A very interesting football game was
played by the "kids" of the north and
south sides hut Saturday afternoon.
The north side played valiantly and de
feated the south side, 23 to 0.
An excellent literary program was ren
dered at the Ives school, in District 71,
on last Saturday evening. The teacher,
Miss Anna Webster, was very successful
in the arrangement and management of
Valiasl lighty Acres.
A valuable eighty-acre tract of land
will be offered at referee's sale, at public
auction, to tbe highest bidder, for cash
in hand, December 30, 1899, at 1 o'clock
p. m.. at tbe front door of the court
house, Columbus, Nebr., west half of the
northwest quarter of section twenty
eight township seventeen, range one
west in Platte county, known as the
Nekolichek property. 2
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
The finest of wines such as Port and
Angelica at $1.00. Riesling Clarets and
Zyafandel at 60c per gallon. Abo, tbe
very best of liquors of all kinds at very
reasonable prices, at
3t Wat. BucHzn'a.
Fiaa job work done at Tax Joubxai
Short M Balk.
Seven bulls from eighteen to twenty-
two months old, for sale at
OaaxaicH k Bao's Farm. 2rao.
hasn't located all the desirable property
we've some choice bits on our books for
sale at prices that appeal to the people of
common sense. The properties are located
in fertile sections, well watered and drain
ed, handy to market and shipping points
and at our prices and termB are decided
BECHER, JAEOGI & CO.,
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COLUMBUS, - - NEBRASKA
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utTloweis, floral Designs
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CBfilSmS IS PAST !
Be Good Hey Tear is AM.
WE WILL SAVE YOU SOMETHING ON EVERY PUR
CHASE FROM OUR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
WINTER GOODS !
Iry fitttfs, CMkhg. life, Gaps, UH mi Sluts,
Ladits' ami Hssaa' Capts awl Cloaks,
art Itafs9 Farrisbtag IssJs.
A FULL LINE of COOP COOPS!
Ladies, call and see our line of Fur Col
larettes and Muffs, just the thing for
A new line of Men's FUR COATS, just
opened up. Prices from $1 2.50 to $22.50.
OirlhtH; "SitistoliMj Iwnale Prices"
J. H. GALLEY,
505 Elevestk St.,