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WKDNK8DAY. AUG. 12. MM.
" David City.
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A. &K. TIME TABLE. '
Pass. Freight. I
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1135 a.m. 10:0
The passenger leaves Lincoln at ja0 P. m., and
. ' arrfcesrtCaambu. 74 p. m; H3SRl&5
v.;.rJn at 745 a. m and arrives at Commons at
' " SMp.m.
" -i Atlantic Ex... 8d0n.ni
jet Mail Bp.m
Chieago Ex-..12i5 p. m
c Limited 6jKp.m
CeL Local.... 8J80a.m
Pacific Ex....l0 p. m
Denier Ee.... 2p.m
Part Mail.... 9305 p. at
Local Fr't.... 70 a. a
LIHOOLX, COLTTatBUB AXD SIOUX OXTT.
UiTMCnlsmboi for Line's. lO0p.ni
" arrive from Lincoln 2dB0p.Bi
" leaves-forBiooECity MOn-E
Mixed leaves lor Kobe City ,&M?
Mixed arrives ..luaJp.ni
FOB ALBIOJI AXD CEDAB BAUDS.
Fnsetmger leaves 2P-
Passenger arrive. mKS'S
ekdef tliis heading will
the into of $2 a year.
' -A-Regalar meetings 3d Wednesday
XXmdathT All brethren invited to attend.
WILDEY LODGE No. M.LO.O.F-
- meets xaesaay eveum -"
week at their hall on Thirteenth
beet. Visiting brethren cordially
invited. W. It. Notbtbjk. . u.
E' EOBGANIZKDCHUKCII OF LATTER-DAY
- Bainta hold regular services every Sunday
at 2 p. m, prayer meeting on Wediiesday evening
at rrfiapeT.raeTofNorUi8treetand Pacific
all M Mklflf Ir invited.
w- ".v""rr-y :,""- sj
tiller II. V. nuirauBi rrau.
J-Uutil further notico, all adver
tisements under this bead will be charg
ed at the rate of five cents a line each
issue. We make this lower rate to con
form with tbe times.
Come to TnE Jooknal for job work.
Dr. Nauman's dentnl parlors, 13th
Born, to Mrs. P. V. Henrich, Mon
day, a daughter.
Old newspapers by the hundred, 25
- cents at ihe Journal office.
Considerable threshing has been
done already, out of the shock.
Dr. T. R. Clark, successor to Dr.
' Sohug. Olive st. In office at nights.
Eye and Ear surgeon, Dr. E. T.
Allen, 809 Bamge block, Omaha, Neb.
Books, Togs, Pianos, Organs, Sewing
Machines. E. D.Fitzpatrick, 13th st
. bo to Ed. J. Niewohner for fine
watch repairing sign of the Big Watch.
Abel Coffey has threshed a field or
oata that averaged sixty bushels to the
Mra. E. Fiedler has been again ad-
:' judged insane, and ordered sent to the
A. Heitkemper's little boy has recov
ered from the diphtheria; also L. Plath's
Chase feSaisborn's ceVbratedoffees
of alKgrades tohadnly aVBas
i " mnanens. 14-4
Two new Gilt Edge wind mills com
1 plete, for sale. Call at this office for
l7 particulars. tf
D. B. Duffy, Schuyler, Neb, will do
your house-moving, in good shape and
at reasonable prices. ltf-ow
Prof. K Lu Crosthwait's entertain
ment at the M. E. church Monday even
ing was very pleasing.
, Merz & Casein are the proprietors of
Tthe Bed Front Meat Market, one door
I west of Heintz's, on Eleventh st. 3
The celebrated Quick-Meal, and
Monarch gasoline stoves, the best in the
market For sale by A. Boettcber. 4tf
A. Lw-Bixby's lecture Monday even
ing at the Congregational church was
highly entertaining to those present
H. J. Hudson, insurance agent, Co
lumbus, Nebraska, issues the popular
dwelling house policy of the old Con
necticut Fire Insurance Co. 15-4t
Anybody prepared to furnish some
well cured new hay, baled or loose,
please call on Wm. Becker, in Becker
hlnak. east Thirteenth street tf
For Harrison wagons andCourtland
spring wagons and buggies, call on J. A.
He is sure tojwttmfy you in prices and
-W. B. Backus of Genoa and L Lu
Albert, Platte county's attorney, gave
short lectures Ho the teachers at the in
stitute Friday afternoon. Both were
. Monday night John Graffs saloon
was' broken into and about $7 in money,
besides bottles of whiskey taken. No
cosaphunt has been entered against the
two young men arrested by the police.
Martin Burns of Platte Center has
' been granted a patent for a corn-harves-
ter.- What is it like, Martin? If you
have a good one, at a reasonable price,
you want to make your fortune out of it
' J. P.'Becker was reported as resting
easy yesterday. The second amputa-
tion of his leg was made Saturday last
by Dr. Evans, assisted by DraMartyn
and Arnold; Drs. Clark and Stillman,
also being present
Friday night burglars got gold
watches of S. K. Bapp, E. E. Brown, and
E. A. Thornton; a silver watch of Chas.
8mith; of F. W. Farrand, a suit of fine
clothes, $12 worth of U. P. mileage and
$18 in money no clue.
Said a prominent farmer of Platte
cot, to us Wednesday: "Last year, I was
inclined to listen to the independents,
but now, after thinking the matter all
over, I am, more than ever, a republican,
through and through."
Thanks to Mrs. Joseph Bucher for
a splendid bouquet of beautiful flowers,
and the finest specimen that we have
seen of the Giant cucumber. Mr. and
Mrs. Bucher are now residing on their
section of land near the Colfax county
The firft Platte county ticket put in
noBunation is the prohibitioniet, as fol
treasurer; P. H. Kelly, sheriff; H. Hock
eabercer, clerk district court; Fannie
H. Iightaer, supenatendest;
B3ekok, surveyor; bo
P. J. Niehob, gcal ap TJ. P.
Jad William Marakall of Fremont
waa in tbe city Friday.
J. P. Borowiak and wife rotarned
Wsdaesday frosa Omaha.
a W. Pearamll went to Albion Thurs
day to attend court as reporter.
W. B. Weir, book-keeper at Oehlrich
Bro&, is of -to MoaticeUo, Iowa, tor a
Bar. J. E. Moore of Grand Isbuid waa
in tbe city Friday on his way to Cedar
Mis. L. J. Baker and children return
ed Monday from their visit at Newton,
Mies Anna Tomer returned Monday
from Oakdale, where she had been visit
J. L. Paschal of the Platte Center Ar
gus was in the city Monday and gave us
a friendly call.
Mrs. Sarah Lieco and Mra. McLane of
Clarke who have been visiting with G.
C. Barnum's folks, returned home Mon
day. Mr. and Mra. G. R. Krauee returned
Saturday from Genoa, where they have
been with their daughter for several
For July, the following customers
of Stevenson's separator in Grand
Prairie were paid the respective sums
named, for cream furnished during the
month, it making an average of about
$3 a month for each cow:
Henry Hellbaeh $M 7
I At JXBUUBoU 4
J Xl aOUD(bh9u Of "
! UcnpU bo v
X j M"B0B 19
The business done at the separator
for the month amounted to about $900,
while that of the creamery here was
$8500. These are goodly sums of money
distributed among farmers money
from abroad, brought here to make im
provements on Platte county farms.
What our country needs is more fac
tories to work up our raw products, and
thus give us a full equivalent for our
work. The farmers who patronize the
separator are getting interested in the
money-making features of it They are
buying more pasture, selling their
steers, and considering the many ways
in which they can increase their busi
ness. A steady income of $60 to $100
cash a month for this one item of the
farm is a good nucleus for provident
John Wiggins, in his sojourn over
the country, struck the farm of Law
rence Kujawa one day last week, four
miles west of the city. He found there
a sight for old eyes a veritable apple
orchard with trees heavily laden with
good fruit His oldest apple tree is
twenty-three years old. Most of his
trees were purchased of Mr. Kinnan of
Polk county, and he says he must get
more of him. One tree, set out in W,
the body of which is an inch and a half
in diameter, is bearing thirty-eight ap
ples; another very young tree has on it
five apples; besides these, Mr. K. has
pear and plum trees in thrifty condition.
He has apples to spare, bringing some to
town for sale. His fruit trees, it seems.
didnt bear until he chopped down a line
of cottonwood trees on the west aide
that had been plaoed there for protec
tion. The worst thing he has had to
contend against is the hot son, shown by
a blight on the south half of the bodies
of the trees. He now lets the suckers
that come grow up as a protection to
the trunks of the trees. It is no wonder
that Wiggins was enthusiastic over the
sight of a good apple orchard.
Beview of the weather near Genoa for
the month of July, 1891.
Meantemperatareof the month
ean do same monta last year
Hixhest temperatore on the 21
Lowest do, on the 7th...
Clondy days.. ...
Rain fell daring portions of days.
TfTf Wisaajn- aanWB) .,,
Inches of rain (taring monta.
Do for same month last year LSI
Prevailing winds from &E. to N.E.
Thunder storms 4th, 6th, 13th, 16th,
Hail on the 4th, very slight in this
vicinity, but very destructive north of
West Hill, in the Looking Glass valley;
a heavy flood at the same date carrying
away or damaging most of the bridges
connected with said stream.
The contrast between July of "90 and
91 is even more marked than was that
of June for the same years, the mean
temperature of the month just past
being nearly 9 below that of its cor
resnondinfr month in 90. while there is
a difference of rainfall in favor of this
year, of nearly four inches.
The Greatest f All.
it Van Ami
25, is highlj
trcua ana, meni
le menagerie si
here. The riding
The cMwns introduced many
ities, aldv the feats of the
0a T V lr
and astonished aau de -
e found tail connected
---- t -., ,--
iveryoneweU and see
that no one 1
is the only
L BUWU. 4B Ml Ml
that will visit
.we predict a
Bob. Fitzsimmons, one of the men
whom the authorities of St Paul didnt
let fight, was in town Saturday accom
panied by Ins wife and child, en route
for California. Fitz. came pretty near
getting the hide peeled, of! him here.
He waa beating a little pup be had with
him, unmercifully beating him, when L
L. Albert, our county attorney, yelled at
him to quit Fitz. didnt hear and kept
on beating the pup when, well, Albert
didnt know until afterwards that the
man was Fitzsimmons, champion middle-weight
pugilist of the world, and
that's how near he came to being flayed
House and lot, with good barn and
g out ho si, for sals cheap for cash.
hubs aacunon. inquire at Arnold
Kohler's real estate oaace or at Tax
"-fa W.-K 1
Cartke Fralts aadWtaOalu,
There arelHLclassM and qaUtiei of
canned goodslntboee who arMoated
on the subjecK knaw that Curtice Mros.
caaned gcodfe areMebrated thromgnout
Christendom, as alndard obality-there
are none auch.
BaamuLaen has, forjkroara, made a
specialty of keepinfCurtioe Bros.
Ataovther plsoe Oohimbua can
you find BtMnk aesbrtmenof Curtice
Bros, fruits andVvegetables as at Bas
muflsen'a, on lHbraska Avenueand
it is put up,
or large quan-
of these celearal
goods would do
well to place thefr orders with Basmus-
sen, and at once.
The Granite State ABawiaUea.
It seems that the state agent of this
concern is still at work, at least we are
told that they have such an agent We
called at Ed. J. Niewohner's place Fri
day to ascertain from him something of
their transactions here. Mr. N. was
their local agent"here until he found out
that they were not all right aQd then he
quit them, instanter. He says they beat
him out of $150. There were some
thirty persons here who were promised
loans, but not a single loan has been
made in the state, so far as heard from;
and the company has taken out proba
bly $25,000. About $500 of that sum
has been paid in here, by men who can
illy afford to lose it out of their earn
ings. Mr: Niewohner tells us that, after
he became satisfied of their meanness,
he wrote them that if they could not or
would not comply with the law and their
promise to certificate holders, he should
withhold the last payments and return
them to certificate holders. Not hear
ing from them, he did return the money.
The counsel of The Joubnai. still holds
good: Have nothing to do with outside
loan and building associations, unless
you fciiotp they are all right ' Something
less than a hundred of our citizens .are
ready to give the same advice to those
who are seeking investment
Real Efttate Dealt.
For the week ending Ang. 10th, 1891.
All deeds warranty unless otherwise
Wm Eaaelbort and wife to J J McCla
ren.lotsland2.blk2.Kipp,saddto Humphrey $ 150 00
Martin Barns and wife to Margaret Ly
ons, lot 10. blk 1, Cottage Urove ami
to riatte uenter . . . .
Same to Wm Lyons, lot 9, blk 1, Cot-
ttroveadd to riatte center
J Hockenberger and wife to C A
Barney, lot 3, blk 288..
Jas P Mohler and wife to O E Green,
U nwU and vU neU 5.17 -tw. snbiect
to mortgages of $2,000 300 00
Michael Morrissey and wife to Biannia
Morrissey. sH neK and so 5-18-lw,
subject to mortgages 140000
Colamboa Land Investment Co to J.
H Johannes, lot , blk 5, Highland
Park. "..77........ 125 00
United States to Bradford Crosier. u
final receipt, eft ee 32-UUw 4 30
Bradford Crosier to George Crosier, eVt
se!32-HUw 1 00
L Harvest Excanieas.
One and a third fare to points in Ne
braska, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming and
Tickets will be sold AuguBt 25, Sep
tember 15 and 29, from points as far
east as Chicago, Peoria and St Louis.
It is expected that the co-operation of
lines east of the points named will be
The Burlington will advertise theee
excursions extensively, but this should
be supplemented by local work. If good
live agents are selected for this purpose,'
the B. k M. will furnish transportation
RepaUleaa fit District Jadleial Central
The republican central committee of
the Sixth judicial district met Friday in
this city, there being present W. A. Mc
Allister, chairman,- C J. Garlow, secre
tary, of this city, and W. T. Whitman of
Colfax county, J. E. Frick of Dodge and
W. B. Watson of Merrick. Monday,
Sent 21st 3p.ni. was selected for the
time of holding the convention, and Co
lumbus the place, the representation to
be the same as that to the state conven
tion. Important Crabbing Announcement.
We are pleased to announce to our
readers that we have made arrangements
with the publishers of the Nebraska
Farmer, the leading live stock and farm
journal of the west, by which we can
offer it one year with The Columbus
Journal and the Nebraska Family Jour
nal, all for $2.80, but very little more
than the price of one publication. This
offer is good for renewals or new sub
scribers. Let every one who desires to
take advantage of this liberal offer do so
at once. Address,
M. K. Turner & Co.,
swath and Its Straggle.
now whoso entered into a fight
with death, fought a losing fight now
science has discovered a. way to circum
vent even death HaHer's Sarsaparilla
and Burdock grapples with a disordered
system and carefully builds and reor
ganizes. Try it For sale by Wm.
SNAP! SNAP!! SNAP!!!
The Small Bey Steam Assies.
are green apples and then he has
colic, cramps and diarrhoea and thinks
he's going to die and wont ever, ever
steal again. The careful mother always
buys a bottle of Haller'a Pain Paralyzer
and the boy lives to "do so some more."
For sale by Wm. Kearrflle. 7-12augy
atos Cry mr It.
this may seem strange but if they
don't cry for it they would do so if they
only could. We are talking now about
Haller'a Barb Win liniment which nev
er fails to cure the worst cut or sore.
For sale by Wm. Kearville. 7-12uaugy
"Havuur Dlaoad an order lor
line of those oodoKaemnaaah
mndv to take orders foaawfnio
line of fanned goods lha
truica, WdgKaDMB, caieim
Theee goods lilL-kcrBUd
prices, freight aaned, aaflav,.
May one desiring email
and Brat LasWd Farm la Ne-
milemst ortpolumbrtsV 70
de cnltimtion,V0 acres hay
acreeVgood mnnn mnd. DoinL
$25 Ar acremGodl terms. I
Vtouth Wmafia, Keb.
It?E5E5T OMnm CtBTSHTM.
A SetaerlBff ef the Sew ratty CeaenrtHl Hark
the Same at the Canal Gatherings r the W
The convention was called to order at
130 p. m. in the opera house by chair
man Swartsley of the county central
committee and L L. Albert elected tem
porary chairman and N. S. Hyatt tern-,
porary secretary.. The temporary or
ganization was in due time made. per
manent and H. G. Kemp added as
assistant secretary and Burrows ana
Swartsley as tellers. -
Wiley, Bruen, Swartsley, Bixby and
Freemen were appointed committee on
credentials, Tpying the following re
port, which was adopted;
MST OF DELEGATES. '
Grand Prairie D. L. .Bruen, Jacob
Judd, B. P. Bodmer, N. J. Gentleman;
C. W. Freeman.
Butler Alvin Levie, Ed. Keucher,
Levi Eby, Harvey Holden, J.O. Blodgett
Lost Creek Thos. My let t, J. H.Watts,
C. J. Wagner, B. B. Thompson, C W.
Talbitzer, Henry Mahoney, John Biley,
Jacob Bachman, Pat Hayes, J. R. Smith,
John Hennessey, Ed Higgins.
Walker Nels Oison, Lewis Knudson,
Gus Johnson, J. P. Anderson, Jeff.
Haney, Chris Johnson, O. W. Olson, A.
Boss, A. Nelson, Sam Congram, A. Eck
man, C. J. Anderson.
Burrows James BurrowsF.W.Fuchs,
E. T. James, Pat Morrissey, Thomas
Williams,,Pat Fahey. . .
Woodviile William Wright, Henry
Guiles, Henry Crozfer, J. P.Hendirson,
John Nelson, Boy Chirk, James. Kier
nan, John Koch, John Currier. . .
Bismark J. C. Swartsley, Wm. Ger
hold. St Bernard- J. J. Muting, Jacob
Weidner, Hugh McArville.
Joliet M. J. Clark, J. B. Thomazin,
M. Jones, P. Erickson, John Gibbon,
Wm. Thomnzin, Daniel Dilahun't, Wm.
Granville Gus J. Marek, E. J. Couch,
J. Von Blaricom, J. Walker, P. L. Baker.
Humphrey W. H. Pruitt C. B.Camp-
bell, Geo. Palmatier, Fred Fromholz, S.
B. Listen, DiUiiel Brooks.
Colnmbus-W. A. Way, W. F. Dodds,.
J."M. FrostvJ. Lewis, H. B. Reed, J. C.
Byrnes, J. J. Galley.
Loup Fred Meedel.
Sherman Ed. Newman, P. Schroeder.
Shell Creek W. F. Dineen, D. D.
Roberts, R. C. Regan, N. P. Larson, C. J.
Carrig, J. F. Dineen, E. F. Perkinson.
Monroe H. M. Sutton, W.M. Pollard,
R. E. Wiley, R W. Gammon, E. Evans,
P. Peterson, N. S. Hyatt S. Alexander,
a T. Terry, C. W. Hollingshead, R. K
Columbus, First ward E. O. Wells,
A. L. Bixby; Second ward O. D. But
ler, C. A. Brindley, Wm. Kearville;
Third ward S. O. Raymond, L L. Al
bert, II. G. Kemp.
Walker, Hollingshead, Conch, Ray
mond and Talbitzer were appointed a
committee on resolutions and made their
report which was adopted unanimous
ly, without debate. The report re-affirmed
the Cincinnati platform, con
demned Boyd for vetoing the Newberry
bill and endorsed alliance principles
The first proposition of more than or
dinary interest was that of Dodds to bar
from nomination any man who did not
vote the independent ticket last fail,
but after considerable debate it was de
cided to modify this by having all ap
plicants for nomination sign the declara
tion of principles.
For co. clerk, J.C. Swartsley was nom
inated as against Fred. Jewell, by a vote
of GO to 49.
For treasurer, John E. Dack of Monroe
was nominated as against C. C. Carrig,
by a vote of 68 to 40.
For sheriff, John P. Johnson of Wal
ker was selected on the fourth ballot,
the vote standing: Johnson 60, Thoma
zin 31, Lisco 19.
For county supt, the vote was 59 for
P. W. Hess and 43 for E. J. Couch, and
the former was declared the nominee.
For county judge, the candidates were
Wooeley, Gibbon and Brindley. On the
third ballot John Gibbon was nomina
ted, the vote standing 63 for him and 36
For clerk of the district court, there
were numerous candidates Carr, Wil
son, Schmoker, Kearville and Burrows.
On the third ballot Carr's vote stood 69
to Kearville's 40, and Carr thanked the
For surveyor, A. C. Pickett was nomi
nated by acclamation.
Saunders was put on the tail of the
ticket for coroner, he receiving 48 votes
to 25 for Bixby and 21 for Okay.
The delegates chosen to the state con
vention were R. B. Thompson, J. O.
Blodgett C. B. Campbell, C. J. Carrig,
Pat Fahey, E, J. Couch, Evan Evans, M.
Jones, W. Mueting. James Kiernan, Sam
Congram, W. F. Dodds and S. O. Ray
mond. To the judicial convention: J. J.
Graves, J. F. Dineen, Wesley Devinney,
Ed. Newman, J.C. Swartsley, Thomas
Williams, John Walker, N. S. Hyatt,
James Kiernan, O. W. Olson, A. CI
Pickett A. L. Bixby, Wm. Kearville,
L L. Albert, R. B. Thompson, Pear
Erickson, J. S. Freeman, C. W. Talbife
er, W. A. Way, D. L. Bruen, H. McCabe,
R, C. Anderson, J. F. Carrig, C. J. An
derson, W. Saunders. -1
The convention then proceeded to se
lect a central committee as follows
Loup township, F. Meedel ; Butler, Al
vin Levie; Humphrey, J. J. Graves;
Grand Prairie, D. L. Bruen; Shell Creek,
J. J. Burke; Creston, W. Devinney;
Sherman, Philip Schroeder; Bismark,
William Gerhold; Burrows, James Bur
rows; Granville, E. J. Couch; Monroe,
N. a Hyatt; Joliet, James Free; StBer
nard, Jacob White; Woodviile, Roy
Clark; Walker, Nels Olson; Columbus,
J. J. Galley; city of Columbus, first
ward, A. L. Bixby; second ward, O.D.
Butler; third ward; & O. Raymond;
Lost Creek, C. C. Carrig.
The convention closed with a charac
teristic speech from C. W. Talbitzer,
whose remarks were very enthusiastical
ly received by the convention.
Tbe Columbus Cornet Band added
greatly to the enjoymeat'of delegates,
by their splendid music.
The opera house was decorated with
flags and appropriate mottoes.
It is safe to say that the independent
party will cut quite a figure in the com
ing campaign, though there are ele
ments of great weakness already appa
rent in the ticket, which is not one of
unusual strenght, except for the num
bers of voters who are presumed to
stand back of it
QaeatioBs far Selenitic Men.
Ediiob: The Journal has,
though not exactly a scientific paper
no doubt some very learned readers.
Tour writer has sometimes been consi
derably tickled when eastern men came
west expecting to find nothing but
"mudsills" and "only farmers'' and
"backwoodsmen,'' lo! there were A. M'sn
B. M'&, A. B's M. D'&, D. D's,
LX.D's.and so on and so on, working
quietly, humbly and unpretendingly on
their farms, men st whose feet some of
the eastern swells might be glad to sit
and learn practical sound common sense
and the first principles of true wisdom.
- Now Mr. Editor, the writer, not pre
tending nor claiming to be a learned
man, is always anxious to be a learning
man. Hence his questions, which may
also interest others.
''I.' la electricity ah element existing,
say in the universe, in unlimited quan
tity? 2. Is electric power manufactured or
employed by men for mechanical pur
poses, for lighting, for motion, etc.,
identical with that in the air, showing
itself in lightning, for instance?
3. Is it created, as it were, in those
institutions from which it is obtained
for such purposes, or is it the product
of combinations of different elements, or
isit the same as natural electricity (so
to speak) and only drawn to our earth
from that existing in the universe?
' 4. Has'the employment of so much
'electricity in our day anything to do
with -the- unusually- frequent' and de
structive thunder storms visiting us in
.our time, and seemingly in all countries?
. - 5. I will add a question to inventors.
It is well known that ice is manufac
tured artificially in large quantities who
will make a fortune by inventing a pro
cess and apparatus to manufacture it in
small quantities for private parties, for
hotels, "business men and families, an
apparatus obtainable even by the poor
Advertisements nnder this heed five cents n
line each insertion.
SCHILTZ makes boots and shoes in the
it styles, and naes onlv the very best
itcan.be proenredin the market. 52-tf
ty-OnrqnotationRof tko marketsareobtained
Tuesday afternoon, and are correct and reliable
Wour 2503 00
LEU AL NOTICE.
To all whom it may concern:
Tho Board of Haporvinon in regular session
July 15,18111, declared the following section lines
opened as a public road, viz:
I. CommencinK at the 8. E. corner of section
1, town 'JO, nuiRi? 1 east, and running thence due
west on section linm one (1) mile, and there con
necting with the "Stanton County road" at the
8. W. corner of said section, and following same
to S. W. corner of section 2, town 20, range 1
east, and from thence running due west on sec
tion lines four (4) miles and terminating at the
8. W. corner of m-ction 6. town 20, range 1 enat,
and known and designated as the "Decker
1L Commencing at the 8. E. corner of section
8, town a), range l wett, ana running uience uue
west on the section line to a point about 850 feet
east of the 8. W. corner of said section 8, thence
following up and along the south bank of Tracy
creek, until same again intersects uie souui line
nt aaiil oortinn R. tlinncn dne west croesinc said
Tracy creek on the section lino aforesaid until
same again intersects saiu xracy creea, anu mere
following tiie north bank thereof and terminat
ing at a point about 83 feet north of the 8. W.
corner of said section 8, town 20 range 1 west and
known and designated as the "Driscoll road Ex
tension." . . . ,
Now all objections thereto, or claims for dam
ages caused by the location thereof, must be
filed in the county clerk's office on or before
noon September 23d, A. D. 1891, or the said roads,
or either of them, may be duty located without
farther reference thereto.
Dated Columbus. Neb.. July 22, 1891.
u. w. rax
ICE TO CONTRACTORS PROPOSALS
FOR BUlLiDlNlt HU1UUJ03 AXKU
it;ta will ha iwmivnd nn to 12 o'clock, noon.
Saturday, Sept. 5th, 1801, at the residence of J.
C. 8wartsley, Bismark township, for the follow-
Bridges and grading on county line, between
Shell creek precinct, Colfax county, and Bis
mark township, Platte county, South slough
bridge, four feet high, twelve fee long, with
grade forty feet long at each of the ends of the
Bridge north and south.
Slough next north bridge twelve feet long, six
feet high, with grade forty feet long on the
south end, and twenty feet on the north end.
Draw next north thirty feet tiling, and grade,
twenty feet long by four feet high. .
Slough next north one hundred and sixty
feet side grade, two foot cat, six by three foot
grade approach to bridge on south side. Bridge
twelve feet long, six feet high; north side grade
sixty-six feet long, five feet high, and one hun
dred and fifty feet side grade, one and a half foot
cut. bridges fourteen feet wide.
Bonds in double the amount of bids should
accompany each bid. The right is reserved to
reject any or all bids. By order,
J. C. 8wabtsi.it,
ISaugS Clerk Bismark Twp.
Ask srr agents tor W.
II- net ist mw.
In Tosr nlaee ask ynar
agency, sum set taena isr yen.
ler ts send tor eatalecae. aeenre tne
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SVTAKK NO SUBSTITUTE.
S3 SHOE cinfUMcK
TK BEST SHOE M THE WOMf FN Tat UmWIi
it u m mmIm shoe, with no tacks or wax thread
to hart the feet; made of the best One calf, stylish,
and easy, and betauae ee stake more asoes otait
grade than oay other wuumfctrr, Jt eqnals hand-
hh1 shoes enstuuc from
mtm Genalne Hand sewed
aW5a shoe ever offered for SM0:
shoe ever offered for SU0; eqnals French
imported shoes which cost from SJJ0O to $1ZOO.
mTm am HaiAMcwci Welt Hhae. Sne calf.
styUsh. comfortable and daraMe. Tbe best
shoe ever offered at tals price : same grade as
tosa-made shoes costlnc from SUO to SfJBft.
s sm PalicM Hhaet Faimera. BattVoad
seamless, smoora nut. aeavy tarae bdms, cxicb
.Snaiiidae. ff e male fill !! s T r
A M SneenJft no better shoe ever offered at
this mice: one trial wm convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and stnlte.
AO OS and . WsiUiinni'f shoes
9sSs .are very stroac and darable. These who
have given them trial wOl wear no other make.
PaVsI . . nd.tl.y school shoes are
DOIO worn by the buisewji where; tteyseU
nuMrBHHLHiH lBraaooBar bmicb iBaw.
latporiea snow rneiiajtrrom emu womuu. .
1' i,T.M and fl.7S.sh
id !. shoe for
Busses are tne nest nne uoayoia
7aariaa. 8m that WT 1
. Stylish sad durable.
M on ine nooom ox
W. I DOUOUUB.
Wi. SHILZ, Olifi St., Cili-rlis.
1 July inra
Eyfeuid - Ear - Surgeon,
Secretary Nebraska State Board
SOB Raiiqe Block,
LooALAiroTaAVBUKo. Agoodchance! Don't
miss it! Yon need no capital to represent a re
liable firm that warraats nnrsery stock first da
and trae to name. Wonx all the teak, and
sood pay weekly to enersxAic men. Apply qnick.
-taUmr age, U L. MAY CO. Narserymen:
Florists and Seedsmen. mVPnaL Minn.
mwThto koase la reepoaalUe. uJaly-St-p
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BECKER, JJEGGI & CO.,
REAL- ESTATE - LOANS, - INSURANCE
MONEY TO LOAM ON FARMS at lowest rate
to salt applicant.
BONDED ABSTRACTERS OF TITLE to all reel estate in Platte connty. m
Represent THE LEADING 1NSURNCE COMPANIES of the World. Our farm policies are
the most liberal in nee. Losses adjaated, and promptly paid at this ofice.
Notary PaWie always in oSce.
Farm and city property for sale.
Make collections of foreicn inheritances and sell steamship tickets to and from all parte
SPEICE & NOETH,
Qgsjsral Agents for ik sole of
late laths amy. We keeps
flaae, Ftiltrr, aii Fret. Fill.
OliVe Stmt, twt Detn Htrti
Land Office at Grand Island, Neb., )
July 17th, 1881. 5
tNotice is hereby. given. that ; the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the clerk of
the district court, at Columbus, Neb., on Aug
ust list, 1801. vis: Katharine Droad, widow of
GeorgeDroxd, Homestead No. 1M96, for the E.
14N.E.! of section 28, township 17 north, of
"uenamea the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence npon and cultivation or,
said land, viz: John J&eheva, John Urfocha,
Henry Maslonka and Kasmias Boris, all of Dun
can. Neb. .
We have just opened a new mill on M street,
opposite Schroeders' flouring mill and are pre
pared to do ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK.
9"A11 orders promptly attended to.
T. S. JAWORSKI,
1 oi m hasp ai taj lipin.
One door north of Baker's barn,
body, opposite Clother
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H. F. J. BOCnDIBOQD.
of interest, oa abort or lone time.inamoanU
to sMLM sr aere for easl
hare also a large and chpiei
ottttts) to all real estate k
All Ki.il if Sung aSpd-iltr.
of tit fin Hfttkul Baik.
Cash Bargain Store.
We have an arrangement with par
ties in the east by which we receive a
consignment of bargains every week,
picked up for cash at bankrupt
and sheriff 's sales for about one-half
their value, and we are offering these
bargain lots to our customers with
only our regular small per cent ad
ded. Of course we can't duplicate
them, but while they last you can get
what you want at less than it cost to
It will pay you to keep an eye on
these special bargains.
F. H. LAMB & CO.
A GOOD AND WELL SELECTED STOCK AL
WAYS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAP
BOOTS &SH0ES !
BTTUAT DEFY COMPETITION.""!
BUTTER AID EGGS
And nil kinds of country produce taken in trade
and all Roods delivered Tree of charge
to any part of the city.
KEEP ONLY THE BEST GRADES OF FLOTJB
10.tr J. m. 1
Offer all kinds of Field Seeds at the lowest
market price, uch as
RED CLOVER. TIMOTHY,
ORCHARD, BLUE GRASS,
RED TOP, HUNGARIAN,
Choice - Seed - Corn.
a yaw b btiae Bad st Joha K.
" aay boi aiak as Mck, bat caa
tmck jouqmleky bow lann tnmttto
9tw amy u im wut. ua mat. u yo go
. Bvut wrtn, mgn. lumajpanol
jBtrica, yo caa cvmnnme at haw, al-
11 ytmr iii-aw ipar. mbmbb oai lo
wock. All to -w. Gnat mt STM fut
a-ry woifctr. Wo Umtt .oa. fbrnbhlac
mylhiMS. EAglLT. srEEMtT loaiafd.
attavajsamvawas srst.a.aa. awnwaa-nswr-.
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mmm mmmmL BmrnVsntl
hoane. Jmmmmm .
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aasmjm aaasMB BawBsmn I SBmms.
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P. O. SOX 23.
GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA.
J. D. Mooac, Pres. of Bank of Commerce.
B.C. IIowakd, Manager of U. P. Shops.
W. H. Platt. Mayor of Grand Island.
Cuas. Iiirr, Representative.
8. N. Wolb ch. State Senator.
UeoH. Caldwkll, Coanty Judge.
EBT-Thoee who have been sufferers for years
and have been the rounds of the profession at
home, without receiving relief from ordinary
methods of treatment, are "especially invited
far All of our patients may expect to receive
good care, careful treatment and square dealing
from a business standpoint, as we always expect
to give value received so far as possible. Will
be at the
jy Consultation free. Address.
Da. A. J. SANDERS.
Box 23, Grand Island, Neb.
Tbe Bee Birai of Clans,
Tho San Francisco Examiner,
For the States of Nebraska, Iowa. Kansas, and
South Dakota for the Collection of all
legitimate claims before the various
Departments of tho
Under the auspices of The Beo Publihing Vo.,
Omaha, Nehraskn, and the San
Odicos: Omaha. San Francisco. Washington.
EDWARD P. KOGGEN. Majcaokh,
Room GOO. Bee Building, Omaha, Neb.
Will practice in tho Supremo Court of tho
United Mates, the Court of .Claims, the several
Courts of the District of Columbia, liefore Com
mittees of Cougtess, and the Executive Deart-
lmlinn Depredation Clnims. We obtain Pen
sions and Patents. All cl:ues of Land Claims.
Mining, Preemption anil lIlnetecll Cajes.
Prosecuted before the General Land Office. De
lartment of tlio Interior, and tho Supreme
PENSIONS. Thousand jet entitled. Write
HE11W. Widows, Minor Children.Depemlont
Mothers, Fathers, and Minor Dependent
Brothers and Sisters rntitlwi.
INCREASE. Pension Ijiws are now mom
liberal than formerly, nnd many ure entitle! to
better rates. Apply nl onco lor raw 01 ques
tions to letermine rijrht to higher rateH.
Claimants to st-enre the services of tliis Bureau
mnst become, as n condition prwMle nt, a new
subscriber to Tho Weekly Bee. Ttiose who urn
now Bulwcribers can become memliers oftha
Bureau by sending in a new snbscrilwr. Tins
will entitle tho new subscriber as well as the old
to a membership.
We have the names of over two hundred thous
and ex-soldiers and sailors residing in Nebraska,
Iowa, Kninum and South Dakota.
Correspondence Solicited. Information Free.
Wo charge no fee, only in the event of success.
Send for our l'rosectu8.
iiii: KSUKK ir."
Itie figure 0 in our dates t.-HI mako a long stay.
So man or woman now living will ever date a
jocument without using tbe figure 9. It stands
In the third place in 1S9U where it will remain ten
years and then move up to kecond place in 1800,
where it will rest for one hundred years.
There is another "V which has also come to stay.
It unlike tbe figure 0 in our dates in the respect
that it has already moved up to first place, where
it will permanently remain. It M called the "ao.
r High Ann Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine.
The "No. 9" was endorsed for first place by the
experts of Europe at tiic Paris Exposition of 18,
where, after a scverecontest with the leading ma-
chines of the world, it was awarded the only
Grand Prize given to family sewing machines, all
others on exhibit having received lower awards
of gold medak. etc The French Government
also recognized its superiority by thedecorationof
Mr. Nathaniel Wheeler. Presidents tho company,
with the Cross of tbe Legion of Honor.
The "Xo. 0" is not art old machine Improved
apon. but is an entirely new machine, and tho
Grand Prize at P.sris was awarded it as the grand
est advance in sewiujr nacUine mecnaabtm of the
age Those who buy it can rest assured, there.
tore, of having the very latest and best.
WHEELEU & WILSON JTPO Ctt,
185 and 187 Wabash Ave., Caianf
0. W. KIBLEK, Lefek, Nrtr.
Type Writer !
AAA will boy the ODELL TYPE
mtW "y KIT EH with 78 characterH. and
f 15 for the SINGLE CASE ODELL, warranted
to do better work than any machine made.
It combines simplicity with durability.
srezD, kase or OFERvnox, wears longer with
out cost of repairs than any other machine. Has
no ink ribbon to bother the operator. It is neat,
substantial, nickel plated, perfect and adapted
to all kinds of type writing. Like a printing
press, it produces sharp, clean. legible manu
scripts. Two or ten copies can be made at ono
writing: Any intelligent person can become nn
operator in two days. We offer S,000 to any
operator who can equal tho work of the DO U ll LE
Reliable Agents and Salesmen wanted. Spe
cial inducements to Dealers.
For Pamphlet giving Indorsement, Ac., ad-
ODEU. TYPE WRITER CO.. .
85 and 81 5th Ave. CHICAGO. I LL.
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kmo alnady Uaabl ! pro.ulr.1 arilh tnt.I..ji.ue a tara.
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aad fMB)E.lB. Full 1-rtlrol.r.KKKf:. AulrraaatoM,
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