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Is more complete than ever and invite one and all to come la and inspect it. All
of the lending STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES are to be found in our store,
including all of the latest novelties, and we offer, for the first time in Colombo,
the famous FERNDALE CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES which are ab
solutely the beat.
In'fne Teas and Coffees, Chase Jfc Sasbobs's, as usual, take the lead. We
ee!I the celebrated Log Cabin Maple Syrup and warrant it to be the beat.
You will and our Queensware and Lamp department very complete and can
easily find what you want. Persons buying in large quantities win do well to call
oq ii9 as we have the right goods and will make the prices right. Careful atten
tion and courteous treatment accorded to alL
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Colomboa Local daily arcwpr Sunday.
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Ef-AU aoticaa ondar thia haadias- anil be
etiargad attba rata of B2 a jnr.
A LEBANON LODGE Sti. 3ft, A. F. A. 31.
.aTar Basnlar aaaunsa 3d Wtsdaaaday ia aach
KJT month. All nrathran in-nted to atresd
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WTLDEY LODGE No. 44, L O. O. F..
- nuwca Tntaalay aToninaa of aach
-wattk at xhfir hall on Taiittunta
acraac ViaiOntr bmthraai cordially
Iaiad. W. A. war. N. fcr.
Gao. FirafHUJ. Sac'y. 27jan31f
COLUMBIAN CA3C No. 53. WOODStEN OF
v the World, mtseta tt aecond and fourth
Tharadaya of tha month, 7 JO p. nu. at L O. O. F.
Hall, Thirtaanth scraet. SrtfaUr arxandaaca ia
Terr .Uwirabla, and all naitina: brMhran are cor
dially invited to suwc anth na. janiS-TB
REOEGANIZEDCHUBCE OF LATTEB-DAY
Sainta hold rscnlar aerncaa arary Sunday
at 2 p. au, prayar awecmran Wudaaaday ovasiaa;
at tixmr enapai, corner of North stiaat and raoSc
A'aaoe. Ail ara cordially invited.
UlolMl Elder H. J. Hcoaoa. Ptaaidaat.
pgnytv HEFOB3IED CBXBCH. Soaday
J School at U-J0 a. m. Chnrch avaxy Sunday
at 11.-00 a. m. Chraoan EndaaTor at 70 p. 34.
Ladiaa' Aid SodaCy eTary first Thursday in the
Bioexh at taa church. 14hot44
Wheat, bushel . ... 30
Corn, ahelLed f bushel . 29
Corn, ear j? bushel . . . 29
Oats, 18 buaheL 2D
Bye baahel -10i
Barley, f? bcatel 2!
Hoga-fB cwt. 4 85 a 00
Fat cattle cwt 3 50 -4 25
Potatoes Hfl buaheL 20
Butter H? li. 151S
Eggs 18 doces. S
Markets corrected every Tuesday af
ternoon. . Enquire of Herrick.
Mialefiz foe best photos.
Dr. Naaaiann, dentist, Thirteen th
Fine job work dona at Tan Jocbsal
RUak farm leases for sale at Thk
Dr. Baker, pkyaieian sad
oaSce Oiire street. tf
Grata is a bright green, while yet
the trass are brown.
DtL. C- Yobs, Bxanaowithir pkyaf
ciaa, Calambaa, Nek.
-Dt-i D. MeXaBat deatist, orar Pol
. loeka, 13fck aad Nortk atraeta.
TJaBBoya thai spriag can Bay a new
trie of kite called box a good flyer.
Tow that aaaad stock amiss, call om
Drv Martyc, Ibs -V
tkraa doaas earth of
A Carrfdl Grocerymmn
fills jnur orders with, precision and
promptness. We not onlj do that, bat
we fill thenx with the choicest and best
quality in this line that can be procured.
We are expert Judges of
TEAS AX COFFEES,
and our Cammed GmbIs and Table
Delicacies we procure from the most
reliable and best manufacturers.
New goods daily at Herrick's. 2
Yesterday morning was a reminder
Inquire of Herrick for baby buggies
and go-carta. -
For sale a phaeton, nearly new. Call
on A Haight. -tt-p
Editor Johannes of the Biene, went
to Seward yesterday.
Teeth of papier mache are the latest
in dentistry. What next?
Miss Nellie Deneen is trimming hata
in the "Royal' millinery store.
Snow two feet deep on the level
Monday at Bozeman, Montana.
Notice that the Columbus price of
hogs has gone up to the $.1 mark.
The cut rate on railroad freights of
o cents a hundred was restored yesterday.
Do not fail to see our S-foot galvan
ized steel mill for 332.00. A. Busaell
Work is very nearly completed on
the Gray addition north of the post
office. Otto Merz started Saturday far
Europe, expecting to be gone about three
The Government Indian school at
Genoa is suffering from an epidemic of
R B. Thompson, it ia said, is at
Ponca City, Oklahoma, in the law
Another case of scarlet fever at
Humphrey, a little daughter of G. W.
Wasted A girl to do housework.
Inquire at the store or residence, of J.
H. Galley. tf
The question of the day is. Have
you selected your Easter hat at J. C.
A Quackenbuah of Omaha, a former
resident of thia county, was in the city
If you are thinking- of getting an
aluminum plate, go and see samples at
Dr. Naumann's. tf
The weather turned colder Monday
morning, and winter wraps were not
Dr. McEean'a method of making
aluminum plates places them on an
equality with gold.
C. F. Gleason, agent for Kimball
Bros Lincoln. Granite and marble for
all kinds of cemetery work.
We are in receipt of a political com
munication from Silver Creek, for which
we will find room next week.
SaJey's. N Money in advance. tf
It is rumored that Grand Island
and Kearney are each to have five miles
of double U. P. track this season.
Rev. Geo. Conrad of Iowa, will
preach in the Congregational church
next Sunday, morning and evening.
If there is a vacant business build
ing along the two miles of streets in the
city of Columbus, we don't know where
Only a few days before Easter and
you will want a new hat. Do not neg
lect to leave your order at J. C Fill
man's. Mr. Doty of David City is ramped
near Richland with a force of fifty teams
and men to do the grading on the Union
Win. Srhifa makes boots and shoes
in the best styles, and ases only the very
beat stock that can be procured in the
Call on the uBoyaT for yoax Easter
millinery. Special prices on pattern
hats for this week. Mrs. Eva Martin,
The Bell wood .Gazette says that Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Henry have rented
rooms there and will
in that town.
A late awrgjcal
is that the
inside of an egg shell
as well as
lata of laaaaan akza to
in mM snasiai
FARMERS, ATTENTION. Ton
get aa 8-foet Fraeyort Galvanised
windariE from 1 TTnin 1 Son
for only J25JM. tf
For a goad sat of hacd-azade
or anything else ia the harases line, f n
on. F. BL iTbbl'iu. He will make the
price to please yon." tf
Baptist charch, J. D. Palis, pastor.
April H,n a. m-, 9 p. m.
"Easter SemosJ' Evwung
"The Sob. of Safneaoa."
WHITE'S CKEAM VERMIFUGE
not only eCsetaaliy iTssfinyi biiiibb, it
tian aad traaaafaraas a frail infant into
OaaaOf rSalBaat aBaalSaV TMlSJ, "Tlfs A.
QpeDiiiaii ceatr years oH, will be
freahsoon- Alsea gsod grade kadi calf
fire mouths aid. Apply fee John Plumb,
fte niilw east ef Grfambuav 1
Two-aaamermen el thai dty
catch of twenty four
one day last weak in thirty
Rev Wier, a student of the Otaaha
Presbyterian collage, Breached aanrefiay
and evening- in the Presbyterian church
There at at asast one democrat in
Columbus who it ia. favor of the aoeu
natjoa of Admiral Dewey for president
Rev. Rogers left Monday for his
future hoaae ia HarvartL. "- Rogers
went to David City Thauaafey to visit her
sister a few days.
It is ooor business to pay a foreign
money lender 20 per- cent on yosx de
linquent taxes, when you aught borrow
of a hoaae bank at ten.
Mr3.J.P.BBsmTBBinn aad Mrs. Tan
Alatme will give a tea at the home of
the former Wednesday afternoon 3 to 6
o'clock. All are invited.
Carl T. Sedy, the veteran editor and
proprietor of the Madiana Chronicle,
announces the sale of the plant to Walt.
B. Reynolds of Fremont.
Dr. Naumann can. serve you in any
thing that is known to the dental pro
fession. Aluminum plates, gold plates,
crown and bridge work, etv etc
A few more of the Failor stack of
thoroughbred bulla and heifers left and
for sale at C. K. Davks7 place. Address
Silver Creek post-office, or better, call
Among the latest suggestions is:
'Truth, not for the truth's sake, but for
the sake of the life," something like:
"Gold, not for the gold's sake, but for the
sake of use."
A believer in moon signs has been
waiting till tomorrow (Thursday) as the
proper time to plant potatoes. It may
be said of him that hia potatoes are good
if anybody's are.
John B. Kyle and John Eiaenmann
lost considerable hay by the same prai
rie fire that was the cause of Fred. Ger
ber'a death, which was noted in last
Denny McRae of Schuyler, visited
friends in the city over Sunday. He was
one of the sergeants of Co. K, First Ne
braska, and is now deputy county clerk
of Colfax county.
It seems that J. W. Tanner, editor of
the Fullerton Post, who is now repre
sentative of the Platte-Nance district in
the legislature, is seeking the nomination
for a second term.
RELIABLE SEEDS AT HONEST PRICES!
Choice Onion aaed, 80 ceata par pound. 5 packets
Cabbage, Cucumber. Lattnee, Onion aad Toma
to, 10c 3 packets Flower Seada, dc, d House
Plants, 25c Catalogue free. A. C. Aanaasoir,
Colnmbua, Near. 4t
We see by the Omaha World-Herald
that Mrs. Page is prominent in mus
ical circles there. She will lead a ser
ies of studies, in the Woman's dub, of
the life of Beethoven.
Gentle Spring is surely here, and has
touched nearly everybody. Some call
the result "Spring fever," some call it
"Laziness," but there is no question of
the source of the sensation.
G. W. Turner starts for New York
Thursday to join BuaTalo Bill's Wild
West. The show opens at Madison
Square Garden. April 23, and win not
leave the United States this season.
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lum
bago and sciatic pains, yield to the pen
etrating influence of BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. Price, 25 and 30
cents. A Heintz and Pollock & Co.
Mrs. Charity Smith, who for some
time has been with her son David Smith
at Cheyenne, Wyoming, ia visiting rela
tives and friends in this section. Thx
JoraxAi. acknowledges a very pleasant
Phillippe and Engel have been very
busy the last few days in looking after
contracts with reference to their new
brick business establishments to be
erected north of the U. P. passenger
Henry Plumb arrived home last
Friday evening. He has been living
several years past in Franklin county,
where he has a farm. He has rented
his place and expects to remain here for
quite a while.
Wednesday evening last, a crowd
of young people serenaded Mrs. Miller
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Allen. Refreshments were
served and an enjoyable time had by all
Fishermen have been making some
fine ratchwt of black bass and other fish
the past few days. The printers of
Ths Joutcal are thankful to L E
North for a nice mess they thoroughly
enjoyed Friday morning.
Mies Alice Matthews of Sarnia,
Canada, for several years a teacher in
our schools, aad later in Cedar "Bfffo
has been eagaged to teach again in
Cedar Baasde aext year, after a two
years' rest at her home m Canada
An oaaea ef preventus ia worth a
pound of care, and a bottle of BAL
LARD'S HOSEHOUND SYRUP need
m time is worth a staff of phyaiciana with
a drug store or two included. Price, 2?
and 50 ceata. A-Heintz and Poflock
You do not help to
B a M aB "
y mgn rents u yon
Dry Goods' at tne
White Front Dry Goods
Store. Follow the
Table Talk pufctaafaai Msaaea for
eack aieal ki the aaomth, aad then gives
fall and practical iaforwiarfoai how to
carry them out. Many other practical
articles .eke the April
towoaaea. It at a
to the Table Talk
Mrs. Yost, died
ha the heaaewiE
harness , - " L. k
caaa aww a aaumBae cup j uaar obi laiaon
ilaBghlai ifWsi ml
dock of scarlet fever, after eae weeks
Sadie was aa aansssn r bright.
The body was aaaaat to the eaaaesery
We sail the attsatim of afar -ady
readers to the feet that we wul give Tax
Counucs JecBSAXi and the Tf"'"''
Coansr for 9SM a year; when.
The Coarier i the
of the State Federatioa ef
Bev. Michel preached Sunday
mg- ha the M. E. church, holdTBg-quar-teriy
meeting services for the preaadiag-
eldec ReviOlcott preached iathe-evea-mg.
Next Sunday awrning, Easter aer
vicea will be given in the efaarch Rev
Yost's child, FMn, is sick with, tha scarlet
Mr. and Mra. Engel bart were ia
Columbus one day this weak to coaealt
a physician Dx regard to Mrs. Eagelbart's
healtk...Mr- and Mrs. C. H. Graham
were Columbus business visitors Wed
nesday, and also enjoyed a visit with
their friends Judge Robiacn and wife.
The young ladies' thimble club of
the Methodist church, will serve ice
cream and cake in the building two
doors east of State bank, Saturday, af
ternoon and evening. A sale of home
cooking will be made, also of aprons,
sofa pillows and fancy articles suitable
for Easter gifts. Everybody is invited
Mike Ebel tells us that the first
bridge south of the Platte county, Platte
river bridge was burned down last Wed
nesday night about 9 o'clock, and be
believes that it must have been set afire,
and kerosene used to hurry it up, as it
could not have burned so quickly with
out some such. aid. It waa a 2-spaa.
Nearly every person needs a tonic
medicine at this time of year to brace up
and invigorate the nervous system, to
cleanse the bowels, liver and kidneys.
HERBLNE is the best and safest rem
edy to do this, as it will cure constipa
tion, regulate the liver and enrich the
blood. Price 50 cents. A Heintz and
Pollock Jfc Co.
Perfect digestion is the only founda
tion for perfect health. The food we eat
makes all the blood we have, which in
turn feeds every nerve, muscle and tissue
in the body. HERBLNE quickens the
appetite, aids digestion, gives tone and
vigor to all the functions and ensures
good health. Price, 50 cents. A. Heintz
and Pollock Jfc Co.
Rev. Neumarker had a confirmation
class of six persons who united with the
German Reformed church Sunday morn
ing. They were Alfred Guthanner,
Louis Gaeber, Gustav Gaeber, Emma
Gruetter, Elise Staub, Marie Baumann.
Communion services will be held at the
usual hour Good Friday morning. Litur
gical service in the evening, singing by
We notice the men who have irri
gated corn one year are not ready to
abandon it. C W. Talbitzer says it lis
possible to raise one hundred bushels to
the acre, when properly handled. Make
your laterals large so that you only have
to run water in the furrow twenty rods.
Then run the water across, and turn it
out as soon as you can, then cultivate
after irrigating. That is the approved
plan. Monroe Looking Glass.
Dr. C. D. Evans and Major J. N.
"KlTian have purchased the two-story
brick building on Olive street for the
past fifteen years occupied by the Tele
gram, and we understand the latter has
been notified to vacate the premises by
next fall, after which the ground floor of
the building will be used as an armory
and drill nnlT for the militia company
and the upper floor will be fitted up for
the use of the Evans Rifle dub.
As to the dty council, Phillips,
Niewohner and Elliott succeed Held,
Dussell and Gleason, respectively from
the First, Second and Third wards.
The new mayor, Held, announced the
following appointments, which were
confirmed: Chief of police, August
Schaack; regular policemen, James Nel
son, Patrick Meehan; dty physician, Dr.
A J. Baker; water commissioner, Leo
pold Plath; street commissioner, Chria.
Excavation is proceeding at the
Gluck-Bucher properties, corner of Mad
ison and Eleventh streets, the dty doing
the work for the privilege of using the
dirt for grading on streets adjacent.
There are four business fronts, 22 feet
each, facing north. The excavation is to
extend the entire width, and ninety of
the one hundred and thirty-two feet of
the length of the Ioc The present
thought is to erect one-story brick
Two large, plump robins were visible
on Kummer 3treet last Wednesday morn
ing. It looked like old tfmp in the
Buckeye state to see them, and for a
moment memory was busy filling out the
picture of the apple orchard, the seques
tered spring of cold water,, the cackling
hens, and the cooing doves. We are told
that in tins country the robins cannot
secure a footing because of the persvteat
animosity of the king birds, who make
incessant warfare upon tnm,
It waa rumored here the first of the
week that the Union Pacific had given
several parties notice to remove their
bnafniws houses off the right of way, and
that new tracks were to be laid, a new
freight depot built, and the dty council
asked to close certain streeta. Inquiry
of agent Benbam discloses the fact that
an additional track is to be laid between
Colnmbua and Benton. The new freight
depot will doubtless come, but when,
and where olacoiL has not been deter
mined. The St. Joseph (Mo.) Daily News of
April 6 has the followmgr "The funeral
of George Juntas HohL son. of G.M.
HohL superintendent of the TTsnaaa
City, SL Joseph fc Council Blafc rail
road, took place thai afternoon and
largely attended. The aw.
freight agent's omcea of the Burlington
ware dosed daring a part of the after
aoonm order to give the employes an
opportunity to attend the fnneraL" The
yoaaag man was a nephew of L.Hohl ef
this dty, who attended the faneraL
E. D. FTtzaetrirk, D. N.
Joseph Carter attended the
Baanciatrun meetmg of the Veterans of
SaHoh held in Schuyler last Friday and
Saturday. The aext anneal nwetEne;
will he held in Columbus, on the anai
veraary of the Battle of SbUoat, the 6th
and 7th of ApriL thanks to the work of
the Columbae iTiiTiejadiiii which were
fi least at Schayler- There were afeestt
seventy-five aIdisra areaaat ha Sehnyler
haid. John Lett of Wayne
Pref, fTamiTl and daaghter are drillaag
The a 11 if. iid cadets heal their pic
tures faksw last Thursday eveaiag.
Mae Mand Hoakina of Bell wood
Man Carrie Parks. VTr and Bsiph Tar-
asr, "SaV visited the High aeaeei Meaday.
The first usae of the High Sehosl
Redactor, pahTishsrT by Duty Wi
will he oat the latter part of thai
CeL L. F.CobsIibqV who spake here
aoaae thae ago oa the subject entitled
-Seeing the Ekphaat," will be class
orator for the class of 1900.
Miss Ethel Boyd gave a party to a few
of her young frieedeoa Moeday eveaiag.
Apnl 3d. Pleasant games were played
during; the evening, after which a deli-
dboaluneh waa served.
Hear the last and best number of the
High school lecture coarse at opera
house Thursday night, April 12. ThSa
number consists of the famous Slaytoe
Jubilee Singers,, and every one should
hear them, as such taleat rarely visits
Columbus. Adnuaaibn 50 and 35 cents.
Getseata reserved at Pollock's drugstore.
The drama entitled -A Midnight Call"
was given at the home of M t Turner
on last Saturday evening by members of
our schools. Each part waa played aa if
by amateurs and the audience waa highly
pleased with the entire performance.
Below we give the cast of charactexar
' l PalphWiggin.
Dollie.. Jlida Turner
Belle Courtney... Rene Turner
Billy Boken .Eber Smith
Allen Gray .......... ..Frank Smith
Jakey LitenthaL..- ..Herbert Way
Elgdt, Tr.r.., Sept. 5, 96.
The Slayton Lyceum Bureau, Chicago, IZZ.
Gestlemet- I take great pleasure in
saying that the Slayton's Jubilee Singers
were a grand success aa was manifested
by the loud applause and hearty encores
they received Every selection waa
encored. The singers all have rich
voices and know how to use them.
Yours very truly,
Pres. Y.P. S. C. E First CongT. church.
At opera house, Thursday, April 12th.
Last and best of High school lecture
Music loving Muscatine people en
joyed a rare treat last evening in listen
ing to the Slayton's Jubilee Singers, as
talented a body of choristers aa it has
been the good fortune of the Bend City
public to listen to in a long while. The
troupe comprises eight artists, one and
all showing culture and training in their
art unsurpassed by any of their race.
True to their name, the company are
genuine jubilee singers, giving their
auditors negro selections without num
ber, while encores time and again gra
ciously responded to lengthened the
program by half. Muscatine, (la.) Daily
News-Tribune. At opera house, Thurs
day, April 12.
C. W. Craighead, of Iowa, the "Pil
grim" printer, editor and prospector,
dropped into Columbus Thursday even
ing last on his way west to again engage
in the fascinating and exciting insnh
for theprecibus metals in the mountains
of Colorado during the summer months.
He has several claims located in that
state and lives in the hope that some
time in the near future he will make a
rich "strike," and then retire to live on
the interest of his wealth. The "Pil
grim" tells many interesting stories of
the lives of the mountaineers, snow
slides, etc., which if put in book form
would make very interesting reading; as
he has spent much time in that section
and thoroughly understands all the
Mrs. F. M. Hall of Lincoln gave two
lectures last Wednesday, afternoon and
evening, for the Woman's dub. In the
morning she also gave a talk to the
members of the Woman's dubs at the
home of Miss Becker. She told them of
the personal value the ladies could
receive from one another. She also out
lined a course of study in art, practical
for study of home decoration, and
advancement of artistic taste. Mrs. Hall
is an inspiringtalkerand her enthusiasm
gams immediate attention from her list
eners. In the afternoon aad evening
talks in the opera house stereopticon
pictures were used to illustrate her
lecture. Mrs. Hall is a Nebraska woman
and is proud of the fact that she is the
first white woman born in this state.
The money received from the entertain
ments is to be given to school decoration
and the public library.
From last Thursday's Omaha Bee wa
clip the following, which will doubtless
be of interest to Joxnccan readers who
are contemplating entering dvil servicer
"A claer of forty-nine was present at the
departmental dvil service examination
at the federal building yesterday. The
examihatian was conducted by L. W.
Cowell of Washington, assisted by the
local board. Of the forty-nine taking
the examination nineteen desire positions
as departmental clerks, fifteen would be
taggers at the packing houses, eleven of
them desire peaitjona aa stenographers
and type-writers, two want to go to
Washington as compositors m the gov
ernment printing omce, while the poai
tibna of guard at the federal penitentiary
and skilled laborer in the goverament
printing omce each attract one applicant.
The largest class for any one position
wuL be examined Thursday when sixty
eight persona will report for examina
tion.'' County Treasurer Miles of Madison
county ia doing something not at all re
quired of him by law,, but which will
doubtless be of benefit all around,
which at the principal coneideratioa in
ahtsor any other world. He has sent
oat the following notice, which speaks
6ar itself, and if the reeding of it will
bring: the matter to the attention of any
meat who will he benefitted thereby.
TaTxJocxxaXvwSIbe ably repaid for its
that you are not aware of
the fact that the above tanas are uapead,
that they are a lien upon yosx property
and subject to sale, and behaving that
yon would have attended to this matter
tang agohadyoa. known of kaexateaeev
and nesefianrisg it oax duty to notify
yon of tha debt before some speculator
buya up the taxes and cnaapels yon. to
pay a per cent mtersst on hm
eat, we have taken the liberty to
vowthaa ? - a treat tbatvaa
I wfll realse that it m for voax own: in
aaieatta give teas matter
JLCLUaiTiiwef Graad Prairie was ha
the dty Setaweey.
Freak Fagerd ef Genoa waa in the
Mra. Grew ef Genoa seeat Sesday
Max. A. Blight nfssd Saturday
from a vaat te Laaasaat sad Oawaa.
Miss Sarah FaBreatriek vested her '
MravHeary Tisair lar ef Lfacola seeat
Sunday here with the Zoaaavrker family.
V jrv started Tuesday last
retam home to The Dalles.
Joans Headman was in the dty Wed
nesdaylast to Tank his daughter Aaaia,
who m at the hoapitaL
Lillia gasriig and Katharine
matrom of the Norfolk asyli
Ralph Turner enme up
to speed vacation at
studiea at the State Ui
Mra. John Hamas
tan, MaBans Katie and Nora of Platte
Center were in the dty Setnrday.
Mrs. Charles Matthews retained Swn
day from Omaha, where she was called
bythsiaraTaamcf Mrs Pen Matthews.
Mm. Merrill sad daughter Mum Fan
nie of Omaha, returned home Saturday,
after a visit with Mra. W. A. McAllister.
Mini Abbie Keating of Norfolk and
Mies IiOlie Keatngof Albion were home
last week, the latter- to rsw sin, having
finished a term of achool there.
Mrs. Charles Parkina and two children
visited part of last week with the Turner
family on their way from Cedar Bapida
to South Omaha where they will make
Our notes this weak begin with Thx
Jonxxan of October 8, 1879, and close
with that of Deaamber 3L 1379.
Creston precinct was overrun by
Born, November 19, to Mrs. Charles
Davia, a eon
Work waa begun on the building for
the Sisters' hoapitaL
Galbraith Bros, moved their stock of
implements to Albion.
E. Y. Clark located at Genoa in the
law and land bnatneaa
Thae. A Creigh waa appointed post
maeter at Platte Center.
George Hoveland was appointed post
master at Newman Grove.
A E. Verity issued the first number of
the Nance County Journal.
Hen. Edward W. Arnold died at Grand
Island, Saturday, October 1L
Married, October 4, Horatio B. San
ders and Miss Ida B. Stevens.
Gua HeUborn furnished the military
suits for the Knmmer Guards.
"Nobody bat an arrant fool will hang
around n temptation of any kind."
Married, November 27, Edward A.
Gerrard and Mies Thirza B. Smith.
Born, November 25, to Mrs. A M. Jen
nings, a son, weight twelve pounds.
Charles Morse went to Chicago with
a train load of cattle from North's ranch.
Frederick Elias of Dakota territory
bought property in the Gerrard addition.
Wallace Manningtou built a very fine
dweUiagon hat farm in Monroe precinct.
C. A. Speico was elected Grand Master
L O. O.F. of Nebraska far the ensuing
December 30, wheat 9LQ2; corn 20c;
oats 30cr butter 2225c; onions fL50
W. A McAllister returned home Oct.
18, after an absence of two years hi
G. H. Seidel went to take charge of
the lumber yard of J. E. North Co. at
Charlie Chapin of Albion Junction
reported the dance in the new depot a
Major Frank North wrote an interest
ing half-column letter to Tax Jocbjcai.
December 16, Gen. Grant completed
hia tour of the world when he arrived in
Walter Phillipe moved into hia new
place of business on Thirteenth street
Married, November 17, by Bev. E. L.
Sherman. Mr- Gua. G. Becher and Mrs.
L. Anna Backer.
Ed. North returned December 3, from
Hillsdale, Michigan, where he had been
Having- purchased a cylinder press,
Tax Jocxsai. offered its Washington
hand press for sale.
Died, Wednesday morning, December
3, Edward Chartes Kavanangh, m the
47th year of iris age.
A gentleman from Platte Center re
ported that Dick Boasiter held every
oaBce in the new town.
"A aulirioea and unmitigated liar"
was the way one Colnmbua democratic
editor spoke about another.
"Owe no mam more than yon are able
to payr and permit no man to owe yon.
more than yes are able to lose.'
Byraa, Mfllett wrote 1
m October that the
cold rtarmgh for an overcoat.
John. Fitxpatack had hm left hand
badly aUanshed while coupling earn at
the Jaactio on the Ji
The first train of
to Battle Creek,
the Bkhorn Valley
B. K, went ha om Saaday, October 12.
A afiMe on Baal Bappea'a farm bnra
adV together with three cows, hay.eto,
the prosextyof a Pilander aa charge of
WauH. KeQsw of Monroe raised, ssa
son ef ISTS, St heaaBslB of aksOsd earn an
a half-aere; it was the Caeafw eoaatyr
Nbrtk went to Califaraia
Late BtiisBiieaisiT !
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C. S. E ASTON I
IamtBBToa: to call
Hartvart, IsafliMits, Wiiws
in1 rm Cirriafts.
I have the Boiler twrfng Buggy,
requires no oiling:
Road Wagons from $25 to $50.
The celebrated Flying Dutchman
Riding Flows at $38, others at $30.
WaOong Flows 16-inch $15; 14
inch $13, other goods in same proportion.
g- exTCtll aa .: for Swwtmi; tmmt I kTe m
aMtgwt. It takes te lemg; t tell wfcat I fcafe "
gp gt. Caaie aam se far jamnelf.
Tamrs far avsiBesa,
B C. S. EASTON.
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hasn't located all the desirable property
we've some choice bite on our booka for
sale at prices that appeal to the people of
common sense. The properties are located
in fertile sections, well watered aad drain
ed, handy to market and shipping pointa
and at our prices and terms are decided
JAESSI I CO.,
(Paiatad by Julia Dwptaa.)
i MOST IEAUTIFUL PIC
TURE FOR THE HOME.
This is reproduced In colors 22x30 Inches, in, a marvelous oil painting
effect. You could not buy one for $2.00. We bought them in ten thousand
lots, so can offer it mailed In a tube, post-paid, with a three months'' trial
subscription, to THE WEEKLY BEE FOE 25 CE5TS.
Address The lee PuBiiakiaa Ce., IS 5 Faraam SL, Omaha, Neb. 4t
the ranch on the DtemaL
The latest news from Platte Center
(Dec 3) was that Dick Boasiter had been
elected mayor, J. E. Tasker chy treas
urer, and Burt Brigjrs alderman.
John Hammond waa honored by the
G. A B. of Nebraska, in receiving the
appointment as one of the escorts of Gen.
Grant and party serosa the state.
Thx JoenxtL's present building was
erected in 1879. While we occupied one
other place a few weeks, this site has
been Tax Jocxsal's home since April
Married, November 19, by Bev. Cates,
George Young of North Bend and Anna
Kelley of this county; November 18,
Wm. O'Callagan and Mies Margaret
A. W. Ladd of Oneida, Illinois. Thurs
day, October 9, finished loading his
material on a wagon for transportation
from here to Albion, where he started
John Boutson. surveyed the land sit
uated between Garrard's corral and Sea
ecal's stable, which, will hereafter be
known as Smith's addition. It consists
of 20 acres, cut up into eight blocks.
Senator Zsch Chandler was found dead
in hia bed at the Grand Pacific hotel.
Chicago, on the morning of November L.
The mght previous he had addressed a
large audience at Mccormick's hall, that
city, and spoke with hit usual ability.
Tzx JocajrxL, in discussing railroad
schemes, closed an article with these
words: No scheme of roads nnitmg
Omaha and Sioux City will interfere with
the ultimate constructiba of a road from
Sioux (Sty into the heart of the state at
In the rail of honor for District 13 we
find the names of Elmer Sheets, Fred
Mullen, Bobbie Saley, Charles Compton,
Mary Mullen, Mary Blunneman, Earl
PearaalL Albert Schram. George Graves,
Joaie Wefla, Mary Fitzpatrick. Aggie
Fitapatrick, Geo. Taylor, Katie Taylor.
The county ticket of the republicans
that year wear For Judge, SL S. McAllis
ter; clerk. James Pesraall; sheriff, BL C
Magoon; treasurer, J.W.Early; coroner.
Dr. Mitchell; superintendent, Charles A.
Brindleyr surveyor, John G-. Boutson;
OTmmissiocer Diet. No. 2. G. W. ShaaTer.
A party of huntera, conaetinT of Hor
ace Hudson, WauWilsfasnn, AL Steager,
John Burrows, John Galley, Fred.
Thomas and John McPheraon returnee!
. They were past the head-
of the Calamus, and killed three
elk, five deer, and a large quantity of
The case of Dafly va Conrad andoth-
m the U.S. court at Omaha,
a suit te renofm damagea for
drrrasa; the? plejw tit from Colfax eouaty
aad. see his:
This Ma&terfieew represent a
. fiunily of peasants m the harvest field.
It is noonday not a breath of air is
stirring and awaj off in the distance
where the villagers are holding their
country fair a balloon hangs in the sky.
They gaze in mate astonishment, won
der, awe and admiration., revealed fa
their &ces and attitudes. It is the work
of x master hand.
A LONG DRIVE
can be taken in comfort when you are
seated ia one of the light and easy speed
era that you will find hi our superb assort
ment of high-class carriages. The thcrses
ing popularity of these carriages for road
use ia shown in the many that we are
selling; at the reasonable prices that we are
asking-. We have everything else in the
line of buggies, wagona, farm implements,
windmills and pumps.
murder of John Helmua. was disposed
of, the Jury returning: a verdict in favor
of the plaintiff for S-M00.
In the bank of Beaver creek near
Genoa, fragments of an elephant's grin
der teeth were found, pronounced to
belong to one species, the American
elephant, which in company with its
cousin, the great American mastodon,
roamed all over this country soon after
the close of the glacial period.
Saturday, November L. about 9 o'clock
a. m., a large crowd assembled at the
depot (Union Pacific) to see General
Grant and party on their way to the east.
The General was escorted by Governor
Nance, Secretary Alexander, General
Manderscn and other prominent; citizens
of the state, also by a special committee
of the G.A. B. of Nebraska. It was a
special train beautifully decorated, and
glided slowly past the platform the car
of the distinguised general stopping in
front of the Kummer Guards. General
Grant was introduced by Mr. Hammond,
and made a short speech to the assem
bled crowd, the substance of which was
that he was very glad to see them, and
would like to stop an hour or two, but he
was due at Omaha at 2 o'clock. He
wished them all good health, and said he
expected to travel over the road often
and see them again, for he was now a
sovereign citizen, and could go where he
pleased, and when he pleased.
Ostxx Sunday morning' last at S
o'clock, after an illness of ten days, Mrs.
Mary Oaten, aged 74 years, S mouths.
She was a native of Gremwald, Ger
many. Her husband died here March 9.
1896, in the 71st year of hm age. She
was mother of Mra, Carl Hoth. Funeral
services were held at the Lutheran
church yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
But, MTaaalur odciatfng.
Choicely-bred Short-horn cattle, of
either sex and all ages, coastantly kepc
on hand for sale, at reasonable prices.
Also will have high-grade, short-horn
cowa of all ages, good milkers and to be
freak anon. Call or address
C. K. DaVTBB,
2Zmchtf Silver Creek. Nebr.
Fitzpatrick will give
you goods at Omaha
prices. Follow the
crowd and see.
A let of those nice
cockerels for sale by
H. P. COQETTWaW.
Uth 9t Calamboav Narx.
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