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THE J O URN AL.
"WEDXESDAY. SEPTEJIHKK 11, 1S7S.
Communications to Insure insertion
in the next iuc, should he in hand on
Momlavh; if lengthy, on Thursdays
preceding issue-day. Advertisements,
of whatever class, should he in hand by
uoon. 1 uedays.
.VdvertisemVnts under this head ltpoi Tlrn;
5. a line first insertion, U cts. a line' -"' r,lus
each Milncuucnt insertion.
. Powder and ehot at G. Riedcr's.
Shirts at 25 cents at L. Kramer's
The choicest fine-cut tobacco at
Flannel ut 15 cents a yard at L.
Now is a good time to securo
Don't forget, but one price at
" Galley Bra's.
Grain riicIcs $2.25 per dozen at
" Boncstccl Bros.
The boss corn-cutter at G. II.
Krausc & Sou's.
. t Good chanibray 15 cts. per yard
nt llonestccl Bros.
Bleached muslin 4 cents a yard
ut Boncstccl Bros.
Qo (o Geo. Biedcr's for strictly
pure cider vinegar.
10 yards of Cotton Flannel, for
v $1.00 at L. Kramer's.
Threshers' notcg, in book form,
for side at this office.
v Good striped Shirting nt 10 cts.
a yard at L. Kramer's.
A new lot of print. 5 cts. per
yard at Boncstccl Bros.
Fall slock of men's and boys'
clothing at Galley Bros.
Grapes, plums and peaches by
the pound or box at Hudson's.
Chicairo dnilie i:eky evening
Y at K. 1). Fitzpatrick's book-store.
Rest 50 cent. Japan Tea in town
, nt M. Smith's storo on 13th street.
You enn always depend on get-
y ling the lowest prices at Galley
Just received, a new lot of im-
r-i proved buggy tops at Gus. Lock-
The Bipp brothers expect lo
put in this fall fifty acres to Grass
A good Suit of clothes (coat,
jinnts and vest,) lor $5.00 at L.
Remember the Marble troupe
for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
The Nebraska Annual Confer
ence will meet in Beatrice the 10th
Unlauudried shirts, New York
t muslin and linen. bopom and culls for
$1.00 at Galley Bros.
Five crates of crockery jut ro
y ccived at Henry Bro?., which will
be sold at low prices.
L. Kramer of this place will
start a branch dry-goods store in
Silver Creek next week.
W II. Little of Elgin. III., n
first-class tinner, has been engaged
by G. II. Kratisc & Sons.
A wholesale liquor store is lo
be started soon in the city by B.
"Wiliicr of Burlington, la.
The infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. T. Lucas living south of the
Loup, died on the Sth inst.
"Woolen varu of everv shade.
grade, and quality at L. Kramer's
New York Cheap Ca?h Store.
Boncstccl Bros, are closing a lot
of laces Fringes and other d.ess
trimmings nt very low prices.
A new supply of carpels, floor
oil cloth and Matting nt L. Kramer's
New York Cheap Cash Store.
Messrs. Speicc & North report
Isrge sale of railroad land notwith
standing Sec'y Schurz's decision.
Hats and Caps in great varictv,
and nt extremely low prices at L.
Kramer's New York Cheap Cash
It will pay yon big to put up
your own fruits ami get Ibe fruit
cku of Robert Uhlig. You get them
now for half nothing.
Call and sec those women's
leather shoes at 75 cts. per pair at
Boncstccl Bros., they arc the best
bargain in the market.
Go to S. T. TlillV lo pet your
watches, clocks aud jewelrv repair
ed. First door south of C.L. Hill's
book store, Olive street.
Rev. J. Q. A. Fleharty, will
preach in the Troth School "House
(near Mrs. IIoopcO next Sabbath,
Soptcmbcr loth, at 11 a. m.
Special bargains at J. C. Par
ker's harness shop until the 1st of
Sept. Do not fail to call and secure
while the opportunity lasts.
The most elegant parlor heating
stove we ever saw, is one now set
up and for sale at G. II. Krausc &
Son's, ou Nebraska Avenue.
A large stock of men's and boy's
clothing at astonishingly low prices
lias just been opened atL. Kramer's
New York Cheap Cash Store.
When you cro to Riedcr's for
$1.00 worth of dried apples take a
colleo sack with you, because it
holds more than a grain sack.
L. Kramer of the New York
Cheap Cash Store, sells all goods at
tho lowest possible prices, and has
one uniform low price, for all.
Be sure to put your name on
your grain bags : get'the adjustable
Stencil Slates at 5 cts. a letter at
Robert Uhlig's Hardware store.
G. II. Krause & Son's" keep a
full lino of powder flasks, shot
pouches, and bags, powder, shot and
caps, which they offer at very low
I. Gluck is putting in an im
mense stock of goods at his mam
moth store on Eleventh street.
Look out for a big advertisement
See Dr. Christison's card in to
day's Jockxal. The Doctor is a
young man, son of Rev. Christison
of this place, aud comes highly re
commended. A new crossing from Rasnius
son & Schram's grocery to the post
office put down by private enter
prise, will enable north Nebraska
Avenue to get its mail, drv-shod.
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UO IU OIL. 11. J K1HU S IU1 jjru-
Gloves and mittens cl.?np atL.
And the buyer with his tester
is at hand.
-Boys boots $1.00 per pair at Bouc-
,j Go to Flynn & Son for first-
Everybody is preparing to at
tend the Fair.
Several fast trotters are expect
ed at the Fair.
Mens' boots $1.75 per pair at
"Writing paper and envelopes
at Geo. Riedcr's.
K "When vou want Boots cheap go
to Boncstccl Bros.
Marble troupe, Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday.
f Canned fruits and confectionery
of all kinds at Hudson's.
Z A nice lot of C. S. C. hams just
received at Geo. Ricder s.
v. If you want all good6 at straight
prices call on Galley Bros.
y. Buggy Top3 for sale cheaper
than ever'at Gus. Lockncr's.
kf If you want a dish of gilt-edge
velvet cream call at Hudson's.
LA Just received a nice lot ol gen
uine cod hsh at Geo. Riedcr's.
-V It pays to trade at L. Kramer's
.New York Cheap Cash Store.
h- M. II. O'Brien sells good gro
ceries at vet moderate prices.
A- Boncstccl Bros, sell good wear
ing slipper for 25 cts. pc
ppcr lor lii cts. per pair.
W Get your school books, paper,
pens and ink at Jul. 1'itzpatrick s.
r Bonesleel Bros, sell '.() inch
bleached muslin G1.. cts. per yard.
D. N. Miner has the contract for
the new school-house in Dist. No. 1.
"It isn't often that one will come
across another fool as big as him-
rfr Morrissey & Klock will sell you
a good, all-wool suit ol clothes for
I). Anderson, shipped to Chica
go, Friday last, two car loads of fat
y Choice apples by the barrel or
peck at Hudson s, opposite the post
oiiice. y' New styles of shawls and cloaks
at L. Jvramor s .New lork Cheap
Depositions in a Boone county
cae were taken before C. A. Spiece
Boots and Shoes, the largest
stock in lown, and at the lowest
prices at L. Kramer's.
A Ladies', Misses', Children's
Mens and boys underwear cheap,
at L. Kramer's New York Cheap
Robert Uhlig has put an addi
tion to the rear of his hardware
t-tore, 22x10, aud has gone cast to
buy an immense stock of goods
to fill up.
Jas. Vizard of Boone county,
bought a Halladay wind-mill Satur
day of A. "W. Lawrence, for a well
20(i led deep.
Rob. Pin son Iclls us that our
rain of Friday was a severe storm
of wind and rain at the head of the
" L. Kramer at the New York
Cheap Cash Store, sells the best
goods at the lowest prices, and keeps
the largest and best assortment.
Win. A. Gwycr, of Omaha, 1ms
announced himself a candidate for
congress subject to the decision of
the. IffMllllilirvm clntn nnni'iinlinii
inas. ,. jsievcnson is of
opinion, after a short canvass, that
Columbus contains between two
thousand and twcnty-livo hundred I'
G. n. Krausc & Sons arc shell
ing out lots of tinware. Having
now three tinners at work, they are
able to supply the demand at" rea
-J Call at the Pic'ure Car on the
Fair ground the 11th, 12th and 13th,
for your pictures of all descriptions.
Those are my last days in Colum
bus. 11. C. Preston.
Spooncrand Bushel have enter
ed into partnership. Geo. has so
much work on hands that he is com
pelled to divide it with an other, and
thus, according to the old adage,
- Plows, plows, plows in great
numbers arc arriving at Gus. Lock
ner's preparatory to fall trade. If
you want A. No. 1 article in that
line, call on him. Satisfaction
A car load of nails is on the
road and expected in every day for
G. H. Krausc & Son's. Thev expect
to sell lots of nails this fall,nnd in
vito every one who needs nails to
call on them.
Rev. Fleharlv conducted the
religious services at tho M. E.
Church last Sabbath and discussed
tho missionary and other benevo
lent enterprises of the church. Ho
preaches at this church everv other
There will be a dance at the
Opera House, Thursday evening,
after the Theater close's, for the
benefit of the Agricultural Societv
of Platte county. Let all who love
innocent, healthful amusement be
The Monroe precinct farmers'
club, at their meeting Sept. 7th,
decided to have apic-nicon the 21st
of the month at Olaf Larson's grove,
near the Looking glass bridsre. The
club meets at "Chas. Dl'vIcr's.
eary, jci. isi.
Bring your grain sacks to Schnp-
bach & Schroeder, who for Co cts. a
dozen, will put on string fasteners
which will cuablc you to tie and
untie your sacks without taking
your gloves off, and which will
always be safe.
"We learn from Jacob Ripp that
the pic-nic at Lyuch's grove on
Thursday last was well attended,
and was a decided success, socially
and financiall.v, the net proceeds
being sixty dollars, which, we un
derstand, is for the benefit of the
church of that very popular voun"
priest, Father Smith.
G. II. Krause fc Sou's will get a
car load of heating stoves about the
15th or 20lh of this month. They
will handle the best line of hard
and soft coal base burners in the
Hallam, on Section IS of the TJ.
P. Railroad has a dog. There id
nothing strange in this But the
dog is a character. Each day, he
chases the passcnger,train each way,
tho freight trains run too slow for
him, and he shows contempt for
Mr. Ryan of Logansport, Ind.,
and Eugene Eggleston of Sherman
Precinct this county are being treat
ed at the Medical & Surgical Insti
tute, the former for bronchitis, the
latter for jaundice. Patrick McNa
mara has been under treatment for
necrosis ui inu uiikiu. "v
On last Wednesday and Thurs
day over $12,000 was paid out in
Columbus for cattle. Two hundred
and fifty stears wers furnished AV.
P. Phillips of Lincoln by D. Ander
son, and nearly 200 head sold by
Baker & Gillet, to "W. Myers of j
Elkhorn. Who doubts that Co-
lumbus is a great cattle market.
Gus. A. Schrnedcr, having
purchased David Schupbach's inter
est in the hardware store is now
running alone, and at a good round
gait, too. Gus. is well known to
most of our readers as a straight
forward, business man, prompt and
fair in his dealings. Give him a
New goods constantly arriving
at Pinkney & Brainard's drug-store
on Nebraska Avenue, and a special
assortment with corresponding pri
ces for Fair week. Everybody is
invited to drop in aud buy what is
needed, from powder for the teeth
to medicine for the healing of the
numerous diseases to which human
flesh is heir.
It ought not to be forgotten that
Jno. N. Lawson is agent for the Ra
cine and Victor patent school desks,
and that school officers can buy them
as cheap ol him as of the manufac
turers. One of these desks (we
don't remember now, which one), is
the best we ever saw perforated
scat and back, ink-fountain, lock on
desk, &c. Give John a call. Pa
tronize home enterprises.
Messrs. Bullard & Smith insert
an advertisement in this week's
Joukxal. Both of them have been
in business in the city for some time
past, are clover gentlemen to deal
with, have secured considerable
patronage, and are determined to
have still more. Their bpccialty is
to buy and sell all kinds of farm
products. Give them a call.
Messrs. Jacggi & Schupbach
have purchased of A. Henry his im
mense stock of lumber, and have
opened out in business for them
selves. Mr. Schupbach was former
ly engaged with Mr. Henry and re
cently was Gus. Schrocder's partner
in the hardware business. Mr.
Jacggi has for a long time been in
the Columbus State Bank. Both
ure well known, and are good busi
Alf. N. Burgess, of the firm of
A. N. Burgess & Co., takes pleasure
iu informing tho citizens of Colum
bus and tho surrounding world,
that he has boon figuring all sum
mer during the quiet mouths, for
your benefit, and he has been mak
ing arrangements so that he will be
enabled to furnish Household furni-
Iturc cheaper than over. The irooils
will be rolling in and out, from now
till Chrisi mas at a lively rate, and
you can never buy furniture in this
city cheaper than you can nt present
or will the coming season.
Capt. D. I). Wadsworth receiv
ed a telegram Monday from John
Godfrey of Laramie, slating that one
of his children has died and would
bo buried at the cemelry in this city.
"Wc arc informed that this makes
the fifth child lost by Mr. Godfrey
two at Omaha, one here and two
at Laramie. Mr. Godfrey, with the
body of the child arrived here yes
terday morning on the express. A
large concaurse of friends of the
family followed the remains to the
cemelry. The child was two years
old and died of summer complaint.
Attend the primaries next Sat
urday. Remember that the county
convention will put in nomination a
representative and o commissioner,
besides selecting delegates to the
State, Senatorial and float conven
tions. All these arc important lo
you, because the persons chosen to
represent the Republicans of Platte
in these matters may bring an injury
or a blessing. Besides, every intel
ligent voter owes it as a duty to the
public, to maintain, to the best of
his ability, his political principles,
and use his endeavors to have them
prevail. Selecting that political
party which most nearly represents
his general views, it becomes him to
sec that, through no fault of his, at
least, the unworthy, or the incom
petent has place and power as an
official. As delesrates. select pood
men who will think more of the
general welfare than of private gain ;
men of souud judgment and practi
cal good sense, then, having done
your duty, you can feel assured that
they will do theirs. Don't be of
that class of persons, always more or
less numerous, who growl at what
has been douo, and yet took uo part
or lot in the matter to make it oth
erwise. Having honestly done what
you consider your duty, if you are
defeated, bear your disappointment
like a man, and prepare for an oth
conflict. Defeat is alwavs better
thau a doubtful victory.
Mrs. V. Kummer is improving
Robert Uhlig returned Sunday
Dr. Lewis of Albion was in the
J. E. Tasker is engaged in town
again, with A. Henry.
A. J. Arnold returned from
Grand Island Sunday.
Miss Fred. Langhoff arrived
yesterday from the west.
Birney, son of F. Brodfouhrcr,
is sick with typhoid fever.
Judge G. "W. Post was in the
city Friday and Saturday.
F. M. Sackett of Boone county
was in the city yesterday.
M. Schram of Plum creek 6pcnt
the Sabbath at his old'homc.
i --Jno. McCormick of Omaha pass-
u wi uu uiu i ruin oaiuruay.
Horace Hudson is sick with
tVstluna a very painful disease.
D. A. "Willard of the Boone Co.
Argus was iu the city Saturday on
Hon. Loran Clark of Albion
returned home from tho cily Mon
Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Jno. Law
son's mother, who has been serious
ly ill, is better.
Our readers will notice M. B.
Iloxic's name on the homestead no
tices for the first time.
L. M. Saley and M. "Welch start
for Omaha Monday, to be in atten
dance at the U. S. Court.
A. Nance, Esq., of Osceola, the
chief candidate talked ocby Repub
licans for Governor, was in the city
Friday aud Saturday.
Geo.T. Spooncr returned from
Des Moines Saturday. His brother
though at death's door, passed the
crisis, and grew betler.
Maj. Frank North came in from
the west yesterday morning, and
Miss Stella now rejoices iu a young
antelope for a play-fellow.
Israel Gluck returned from Chi
cago on Friday. The Garden City,
he says, is lively and full of busi
ness, iu fact was never better.
E. Ilalliday of Batavia, III., the
inventor of tho oldest wind-mill in
the United States, was iu the cily a
couple of days last week. He i3 a
lively gentleman of sixty years,
whose bright, sharp eyes be token
wit and much, good humor and bolh
of them iu abundance.
Col. Lewis Lewton and wife of
Cadiz, Ohio, passed this city on the
Sth inst., on the western bound train
for their new home in California.
Their numerous friends, readers of
the Joukxal at his old home, will
be glad lo know that thoy were in
good health and excellent spirits at
this point on their route.
How much a cultivated taste
will add to the pleasure of a home,
planting flowers iu the yard, decor
ating the grounds, loading the walls
with pictures and statuary, beeping
everything neat and clean, and, if
these things are .-o commendable
and make hc.nc-Iife so enjoyable,
what shall wc say of those grander
mcntrtl and moral qualities in the
father, mother, sister or brother,
which irrcsistably draw all hearts
toward (hem iu beautiful homage?
"What an admirablo tribute to the
memory of one who long ago cross
ed the border-land" did wc hear
the other day from the lips of a son
whose judgment is remarkably free
from personal bias, "My mother
never wronged nic"! "Would that
all the mothers of the defenceless
lilllc ones were thus just.
Billy Marble, the popular come
dian, will visit Columbus again, re
maining thi3 time only three nights,
Sept. 12th, 13th, and 1-lth, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. They will
present entirely new plays. Marble
will appear during the engagement
as O'Callahan, The Irish Doctor,
and "Wool" in the great play of The
Hidden Haud. Tho character of
"Wool," the darkey, has been acted
by Air. Marble over five hundred
times throughout the principal cities
of the Union. Reserved seats now
on sale at theRcd Front Drug Store,
opposito the post-office. Don't for
gci the dates, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, Sept. 12th, 13th and 1-lth.
Three horses were taken out of
Cbas. Mclntyre's stable one night
last week and put to a trial of their
speed, on the race course in the bot
tom, south of the city. It seems
that two of the horses were badly
injured in tho breast by running
against a fence, one of them so se
verely that it is supposed it will not
recover. It is now at Tiflany's sta
ble, under treatment. The race was
a decided "mistake" on the part of
the managers, whoever they were.
To break into a stable, take out
three horses not your own, run them
nearly to death, injure them serious
ly, only to sec how fast they can run,
and then not find out.
The members of Columbia Re
bckah Degree Lodge No, 11, are re
quested to meet in their hall, Thurs
day, the 19th day of September, at
half-past seven o'clock, in the even
ing. One of the grand officers will
be present, and important business
By order of lodge,
Alta A. Bakeu, Sect'y-
HOXESTEEL. At Chicago, Sept. Slh
187S, at midnight, of miinzy, resulting in
dipthcria, Philip Itenjamln liouetcul,iu
the 21th year of his age.
The deceased left this city two weeks
ago this morning, and was in Chicago
on business, when he was taken ill with
sore throat. Ui last letters to his wife
and his brother Xorris G., stated that he
hoped to be up on Friday, and at home
by the middle of the week. All other
suhscquent communications liy letter
and telegram were from Farwell fc Co.,
of Chicago, telling of serious illness and
requesting 3Irs.Bonesteel to come, then
of his death at the time stated.
Yesterday morning the following gen
tlemen went to Omaha to receive the
remains of the deceased: J. P. Becker,
on behalf of the Masons; J. 1$. Wells, for
the Encampment; E. J. B:-!:er, for the
Odd Fellows' lodge: J. K. Meagher, for
the Knights of Honor, and J. ilasmusicu
and D. Kavanaugh, on behalf of the
Firemen. It is expected that they will
arrive here at 1:30 p. M. to-day. The
funeral will probably take place nt four
o'clock this afternoon, possibly not till
The deceased was born In Canada,
Dec. 29th, 1849, and removed to Nebras
ka March, 1S0S; in I.ST0, with his elder
brother, Xorris O., he embarked in the
dry-goods business in this city, and was
thus engaged at the time ol his death.
In May 1875, he married Miss Kittie L.
Dale, an estimable lady, who, wlthiheir
little (lauglitcr.l'earl.are left to mourn the
departure of a devoied husband and fond
father. Words can not tell the agoniz
ing grief of the stricken wife who wa
not permitted to be present to soothe
the dying brow and catch the last beam
of all'ection lrom the fading eyes so boon
to lie closed forever in death, and to feel
the last fond pressure of the band that
was ever so bountiful to her and from
which she had never known ou'!it but
kindness, but such are the ways of
Providence toward man; but faith, that
faith which lays hold upon eternal life,
and sees the ever-kind Father, through
the storm of grief, the cloud of sorrow
aud the night of pain, and knows that
all is well, all is icell, will sustain her
who mourns to-day, and bid her look
forward to a re-union with her beloved
in the happy Summer-land.
The members of his family are not
alone in their grief, for the deceased had
many, warm personal friends, and no
enemy that wc know of. The remarka
ble uniformity of his conduct, his good
judgment, his gentlemanly bearing un
der all circumstances, and the thorough
integrity of his character, qualities
always admirable endeared him to a
host of acquaintance1, and especially to
those who were near to him ii business
or social relations, llo.ur.s one of the
oldest members of the Odd Fellows'
lodge of Columbus, having passed
through all tho different chair, and at
the time of his death, occupied the high
est olliee in the lodge, ile was likewise
a member of the Masonic lodge of Co
lumbus, and of the Knights of Honor,
and an active member of the Fire De
partment, for some time its chief, and
hile his trip to Chicago was mainly
olio of business, he carried the certificate
of the Department authorizing him to
represent them at the Grand Tourna
ment which took place in that city.
It is natural for us to grieve when
Death comes iu any shape, butUvhcn he
comes so quickly, and hurriedly carries
away one of our number so universally
esteemed, art an exemplary citizen and
business man, and one so fondly loved
as husband, father, brother and friend,
the clearest Faith and tho strongest
Hope can but look on our grief approv
ingly, and as becoming those who live in
frail tenements, whoso lives are as shad
ows upon the wall, and as a fond tribute
to the memory of the departed whose
spirit already occupies the house not
made with hands.
Tho following is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining iu the post-oilier, in
this city, for the month ending Sept.
Arwood Ella 'tV
A leadens Amy L
Uooth JIIss K
Murray Mas Kate
Walters Emma (2)
Bolter. I lerwaieh
Cromwell J G
Cooper tl. (J.
Doughestv .1 T
Falli, J 1L
Isaacs Chas II
Johnson John T
Lindslcv Alma W
Man in J G
.Marrow John C
O'Neill W T
Tatter-on W O
Powell lid ward L
Sand M T
Scott John A
Sanders II B
Wcigcl Fulin.s (2)
If not called for within thirty davs,
will be sent to the dead letter olli'ce,
Washington, D. C. "When called for
please say advertised, as these letters
arc kept separate.
E. A. Gkkuakd, P. M.
The following is a review of the
weather at Genoa, for the month of
Mean temperature of the mo deg
3Iean do of .same mo. last year
Highest do on the 2J!d dejj
Lowest do on the 2.")th;dug
Ordinaril v clear davs
cry cloudy days
High winds, days
Calm days .
Kain fell" during portions of days.
Inches of rain fall
Ain't ofraiu same mo. lat vc.ir...
Prevalent winds during the month X.
to X. W. bv east.
Fogs l.stfi, 20th, aoth and .'list.
. Hazv 20th.
Locusts fly S. to S. "W. lath to 2.'th.
Martins leave tor the season l.'ith.
3fr. Porter, alias John Doc, for
drunkenness, fined $2.00 and costs.
Ordered by the Marshal to leave
town immediately, which "sentence"
of the Marshal the said "John Doe"
put into execution.
Geo. Volkert for drunkenness,
$3.00 and costs.
Regular communication of Leba
non Lodge No. 5S, A. F. & A. M.
will be held this Wednesday even
ing, Sept. llth, 1878, at 7:30 o'clock.
A full attendance is desired. Visit
ing brethren are cordiallv invited.
It. II. IIen-kV, W. M.
J. E. North, Sec'y.
Monday evening, in Columbus, a
pocket-book containing $35. A lib
eral reward will be given for its re
turn to David Smith.
A Rcmnrlmblc ICouIt.
It makes uo differcuce how niauy
Physiciaus, or how much medicine
you have tried, it is now nn estab
lished fact that German Syrup is the
only remedy which has given com
plete satisfaction iu severe case of
Lung Diseases. It is true there arc
yet thousands of persons who arc
predisposed to Throat and Lung
Affections, Consumption, Hemorrh
ages, Asthma, Severe Colds settled
on the Breast, Pneumonia, Whoop
ing Cough, &c, who have no per
sonal knowledge of Boschee's Ger
man Syrup. To such wc would
say that 50,000 dozen were sold last
year without one complaint. Con
sumptives, try just one bottle. Re
gular size 75 cents. Sold by all
Druggists iu America.
K?yc, I-Jir mill 3formiticK.
One or more of the Surgeons of
the Ccnlral Surgical Infirmary, of
Indianapolis, Ind., will visit Colum
bus, professionally, at the best hotel,
Friday, Sept. 20th and Schuyler
Saturday Sept. 21st. All afflicted
with any disease of the Eye or Ear,
Catarrh, Cross Eyes, Club Foot,
Spinal Curvature, Piles, Epilepsy or
chronic diseases, can consult them
free of charge. Artificial Eyes in
serted. Remember the dates.
Notice is hereby given that tho
co-partnership hcreloforo existing
between C. D. and E. Clothcr, and
Philip Cain, doing budness under
the name, style and firm, of Clothcr
S: Cain, at Columbus, Nebraska, was
this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. All business up to date will
be settled by Phillip Cain.
C. D. Clothkk,
Columiius, Nmt., Aug. 31st., 1S7S.
IH.vsoIutiou of Jo-paiz-incr.sljlp.
Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnership heretofore existing
between David Si-.hupbach & G. A.
Schneder, is this day dissolved by
mutnal consent. All outstanding
accounts will be settled by G. A.
Schrojdcr. David Sciiutbacii.
G. A. ScuiMKdcr.
Monday, Sept. 2d, 1S7S.
A business House and Lot, good
size and pleasantly located, iu the
business part of the city of Colum
bus, north of railroad track, is offer
ed for sale, on reasonable terms. It
is well adapted to various kinds of
merchandising or other branches of
business. For particulars, inquire
at this office 431-x.
From my place, seven miles west
of Columbus, on the north side of
the Loupe, Aug. lOlh, seventeen
sheep of mixed breed, among thctn
two black wethers ; some of them
have the tip of the left car cropped ;
tails arc all short. Leave any infor
mation Speicc & North's.
431x. R. L. Rossitku.
The board of Trustees of the
Cemetery association arc requested
to meet on Thursday evening the
12th inst., at 7 o'clock at the office
of the President.
J. Ricki.y, Prcs't.
Uomjmbus, Sept. 10th, 1878.
Taken up, by the undersigned, at
Woodvillc, Pintle county, .Neb.
Aug. 21st, one bay marc, 12 years
old. The owner is requested to
prove property, pay charges and
take the animal away.
iSl-x. V. J. Iuw-ix.
The Uooth, swing, stands, and
other privileges, will be sold on
Thursday, Sept. 4 th, 1873, at one
o'clock, p. m., at the Town Hall.
H. .1. IIunsox,
Scc'y riatlcC'o. Agr'l Society.
HJi everyone would preserve their
IT health during this warm
weather they should use concentrat
ed essence of Jamaica Ginger. It is
cooling and refreshing, tonic and in
vigorating and not expensive. Pre
pared and for sale only by Doland
I hereby caution the public
against trusting my wifc.Jane Tracy,
on my account, as she has left with
out provocation, my bed and board,
and I can not nor should not bo
responsible for her debt?.
133-3 Timotiiv Tkacv.
L. Kramer, of the New York
Cheap Cash Store, has received an
immense stock of dry goods, car
pets, clothing, hoots and shoes, hats
and caps, shawls, hosiery, etc., and
invites his friends and the public to
give him a call. You can buy ev
ery article that he keeps at rock
Desirable Residence I'ropcrty
Sixteen two and one half acre lots
for sale in the South East part of the
city, nicely located, in a desirable
neighborhood, and ou easy terms.
Call early on
415-x. Speice & Noutii.
Don't buy your machine on. until
you have examined oun stock and
I'Ijices, Dor,AND & Smith.
North of Faucctte's Harness shop.
paying hij'h prices for Machine
Oils, till you have called at the
Ued Front Drmr Store, opposite the Post
Oilice, and you Will get a benclit. Six
The cast half of Willow Ridge
summer garden containing two lot
132 feet square filled with fruit, nuts
and shade trees will bo sold at a
bargain if sold soon. Inquire of II.
J. Hudson, Columbus Neb. 4:51-1
Undcrware, of every description,
grade and quality at low prices, at
L. Kramer's Now York Cheap Cash
I. Gluck of the Revolution Dry
Goods Slorc is now east purchasing
an immense stock of fall aud winter
goods, to fill his commodious busi
ness house on Kleventh street. His
customers may expect a splendid
variety of first-class goods, at fab
ulously low prices.
School books at F. W. Ott's.
'sl0 . !l T! slooq lol:,S
Sec F. W. Ott for your school
siooq iootps sjps no AY VI
A farm of 151) acres, lil broken.
One mile west of Barnum's. Please
call on A. Ilaight ou the Big Island.
Terms easy. 3(l-x
ISoiiIar Stoclc I::ilcr.
All kinds of horned slock bought
and sold; also fat aud stock hogs.
S7'.-y D. Andkus:.
AVill run his c'.t and cattle herd this
season between the Looking (Slass and
Loup river, twelve miles west (.rt'olimi
biiri. Citizens are requested to make
their contracts earl v. -IKS-.".
5Sr Bahrain's ! Bargains I "Will
sell for cash or on time, one light buggv,
and harness, live good milch cows, one
lumber wagon, one heavy yoke of oxen,
one brood mare she is a good workdr.
JSO-x D. ANDKKSON.
Farm for Male.
; acres, in acre under cultivation, on
Lost creek eleven miles from Columbus.
For particular-, call on the undersigned
mar the premies, or address,
431.1. Columbus, Nebr.
CHOICE LANDS FOP. SALE
Ranging from $7 2 $12.50
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N . and Ii j of H V.'A... IT
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and W y.oT6 E J,'
X y. X a of S E y. and W
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S y. or X E y. and X U of
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S W y and S W y of
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x v.y. 23
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s w y anu x or s k y
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J. A. KEK D,
FOE SALE OR TRADE !
MARES I COLTS,
Horses or Oxen,
SABII.E: lO.MKS, wild or broke,
at the Corral of
V. S. Land Oilice, Crand Island, Xeb.,)
August l'Jth, l;s. f
pOMI'LAIXT bavin? b.-cn entrnd at
J this oilice by Andrew I .Inhn-nu
against Xols .M..Iihu-on for ab.tmloriiu
his Homestead Entry, Xo. T03, dated
September 1!), l.STT, upon the north ,
northwest So.-tinti 2. To.v 11-Iijp i.i
north, Kangc I west, in IMattc count.
Xebraska. with a view to the cancella
tion of said entry : the said parlies an
ncri-ity "timmoiK'd to appear at this
oilier on the 20th day of September. 1"T '
at II) o'clock a. 111., to respond and fur-
nish testimony concerning said :ille.-d r
abandonment, liepnsitlon.o 111 .-aid rac
will be taken at the oilice or JI. .1.
Thompson, a .Votary I'ublie at St. IM
wards, UooneCo.. Xebr.. n the l.'ltli dav
of Sept., 1STS, at 11 o'clock-a. m.
E. W. A i:XO.I. Kegi-ter.
4.12-1 AVm. AXYAX, Receiver.
U, S. Land Oilice. Grand Island. Xeb., I
September Cth, 1STS. f
COJIPLAIXT having been entered at
this oilice by Elias Stone against
Daniel Coonfer for abandoning bis
Homestead Entry, Xo. 7011, dated ?ept.
llth, 1ST7. upon the Xorth "Wet --, of
Section t, Township 20 Xorth, Kan-re 4
West in l'lattc- County, Xeb., with a
view to the eaneellation or .-aid entrv:
the fcaid parties, are hereby summoned
to appear at this oilice on the 'Jlh day of
October, l.sT, at 10 o'clock a. 31., to re
spond and furnish testimony concerning
f-aid alleged abandonment. Ihpo.sitioii-.
in the above case will be taken at the
oilice or Speice .t Xorth in Columbus,
l'lattc county, on Saturday, October oth,
1ST8, at 10 o'cloek. a. si.
31. II. IIOXIE, Register.
4.T5-I Wm. AX Y A X, Kecei er.
Will be sold at private sale on mv
ranchc, 21IJ head or cattle, consisting oY
Tl head or heifers, 1 to .1 vears old; 1H
&teer, 1 to 2 years old; j steers, 3 to 4
year? old; 2 thor;ijrhbrcd Durham heif
er. with pedigree; 2 thoroughbred Dur
ham bulls, with pedurree, which have
been running with the stork vun 1
yoke oxen, 2 wagons, 1 spanhor.-e.s and
a Xorman colt., 2 to 3 vtar old, and my
ranchc, located at the junction of the
Cedar and Loupe on the Pawnee Inner
vation, and containing 1 auction and
three-quarters, well timbered.
Genoa 1. O., 1'awnec Kcservation.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I am now ajrent for Ilarp'-r's school
book publication, and am prepared to
furnish school-books to individuals or
.school districts for introduction at !e3
than one-hair the retail price of other
tSTThese books in the main are on the
Stete List. 435 P. L. liAumcrr.
S. CHUISTISOX, 31. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Kleventh street, one door east or the
JOUKN'AL oilice up stairs.
Office Uouks: Until U A. M. I to 3 i.
M., and G to 8 i. m.
Cash Price List
1 lbs. A Sinsar
I0i It., extra C Sujtnr
ti lbs. extra C itugar
11 lbs. a, shade vi-Whw C Sugar
12 lbs. ellow C Sugar
12 lbs. N. o. Sugar
2t bars of good S.ip
ll bars (iermau Mottled Soap,
1( bars Savon Imperial Soao,
1 box tf ladies. chwift Soap . ,
. lbs. ground Kio Chi4V...
." lit, choice Green liio Coffee
A lbs. mxt best "
4I( t t 4 (4
I U t II il
It! lbs. new Dried Apples
12 ' ' best l'eaehes
tr. lbs. bet Cod Fish .
."'j ISrewing Coffee . .
US " Khre
2 gallons of Molasses
.: .Im Smoking Tolwceo
I lb. of genuine Ihtrhnm Tobacco
I U best Fine-cut Tobacco
1 ll or Flounder'. 1'ltnc Tobacco
."ij lbs. best (taking Soda
?l.2." Tea reduced to ... .
$!. Tea reduced to
Kislity-ccnt Tea reduced to
Fiftj -centTca reduced to . .
s INs.itest new Hatsins
C lb can Tie Teaches
0 lb can Tie Teaches
2 cans new IJIackberries, each 2
2 tb can best new Teaches
.'J Hi can best new Teaches
2 Si can best new Tomatoes.
2 of lb cans best new Tomatoes
2 Hi can of Kvg T'.niis for
2 1b. can Green Ga-cs .
2 lb e-r, of Tineapples.
- lb can Strawberries
1 lb Mince Meat, bst in market
gal. rail Apf'.c Huttcr
' pil. pail Teach T.utter
20 lbs. g.".,iifn,. T.uekwheat tlour
I lb li-.st Lorilard Ting Tobacco
I b.jg best Golden Drip Syrup
j4 lbs. best new Blackberries
20 lbs or Oat Meal
K0 Ibs.ori'.olted Corn Meal
MO lbs best Madison Flour
Genuine Cider Vinegar per gal.
IScst Tickles per gallon . . .
All other goods not herein mentioned,,
accordingly reduced In prive. We also,
deliver good boitifht of us to any J art
of the eity free of charge. Iteineinbcr
the place, at
Comer 1.1th and Q Sts.
t"" COI.lMlltb, XKn-
We advertise no pri
ces, put up no BAITS,
but if you will call
around we will soon
convince you that
all, quality of goods
considered. We have
keg Syrup so cheap
that no one can af
ford to be without it.
SUGARS VERY CHEAP.
CoiFcos Away Down!
Soaps Lower Than Bw Before !
In fact everything in oar lino is
down to BED H0CS. We do not
advertise very low prices on a few
articles, expecting to "catch" you.
on something else, but sell
EVERYTHING LOW I
Come and see for yourself and ba
HENRY & BRO.,
The best ami cheapest inarliine ev r of
fered to l.ie puMic. The proprietors
having availed tlif!ii-Ivf - f tho Kii
ration of patents to combine the ;: ;d
'iMlities of other sewing ni.ttiiiltis. the
pi.blic will see at ohcc the :I..iii!i-;
gained. To see i.s to convince. Please
call ami examine for yourself.
53Prie f these mar hint s ratc iron
s:H to fS7.1.
31 us. J. IU WEST. Aent.
Olive St 3 doors south or Post f.nicc,
305-li (;linn4us, Xtbrak;.
SPEICE & NORTH,
Genera Agent for the Sale of
Fnion Pacific, and 3IIdIand Pacific
It. H. Land for .sale at from $3.00 to $10.00
per acre fr cash, r on live or ten yi jr
time, in annual payments to suit pur
chasers. We have aNt a l.irjre and
choice lot of other lauds, improved ai.d
unimproved. Tor sale at low price and
on reii-omthle terms. Also bu-.ines and
re.idtnce loti- in the city. We kc p a
complete abstract or title to all real es
tate in l'Iatt County.
-OTT CI rp business yoi
J-JL1jDJL in. $Jito$50
ou can en 'xrr
per d.v i:h..-
by any worker ef either sex. rizltl in
their own lliti. PaHi-tilar- c: I
samples werth $6 fr. Improve vc :r
StiiMten & C., l'ortluttu, Maine.
ill I J-SL. -- T
WBM if frail