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K f V X & 'V - . v V Cm T THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, DEC. IS, 187S. Communications, to Insure insertion in the next issue, should be In hand on Mondavs: if lengthy, on Thursdays preceding iesue-day. Advertisements, of whatever class, should be in hand by noon, Tuesdays. Advertisements under this head 15 eti. a line first insertion, 10 cts. a line each subsequent insertion. A slight snow Friday. Daniel Faucctto is mending In health. Two below zero yesterday morning. Cash paid for hides at Ransdell & Smith's. The price of lumber has gone down, a little. Jacob Schram started for Chi cago Thursday morning. Large lot of boxes and barrels chtap at Marshall Smith's. Large lot of boxes and barrels cheap at Marshall Smith's. F. Y. Ott sells you toys cheap er than any one else in town. A good Fanning Mill for $15 at John Wiggius's Hardware etore. The ice men ,aro sometimes hopeful, and then again despairing. Don't forget the Presbyterian festival this (Wednesday) evening. Martin Reagan on Saturday week lost four head of young cat tle. Rev. Christison lectures next Sabbath cveniug in the new Presby terian church. Convent Fair, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, this week, at the Opera House. The nobbiest present is one of those statuettes for sale at Do laud & Siui Ill's. Some people are burning corn at 15 cts. a biibhcl in preference to coal at 31 cents. Hill's Manual contains every thing that is useful to both business men and ladies. Of the la6t sixteen applicants for teachers' certificates, only six wore successful. Choice Missouri Sorghum syrup bet out, at Bullard & Smith's North Grocery. Fifteen dollars will buy you a good Fanning Mill at John Wig gins' Hardware store. "Good management always de pends on the intelligent iipplicalion of known facts to practice." G. II. Krause and his son Paul nrc at Rising, and are already sell ing considerable hardware. It is stated in the Omaha Bee that the Xebo posl-oflice in Platte county has been dUcontiumd. R. T. Bullard, who was last week confined to his room with chronic uiarrha'i. is out again. Don't pay two prices for gloves and mittens when you can get them at Marshall Smith's at coBt price. The American Hou$c is being steadily bricked in, and will present a line "appearance when completed. Messrs. Loveland & Ellis hnvo (lifsulvuil pnrtui'i-hip. The business will hereafter be conducted by Mr. Ellis. John McGlinchv, tl c very effi cient agent of the Western Union Telegraph Co., has got into his new and commodious ofiicc. Mrs. Charity Smith started west la-t Wednesday to visit her daughter in Wyoming. She ex pects to stay a year or so. Our late 'breeze" and little "pkit" of snow seem to be the hpi inklings from the sack that was emptied over Kansas City. The westward bound express train passes here now at 4:27 p. m., the new arrangement went iuto cflect la-t Thurs-day, the 12th. We arc glad to pay that Mr. W. II. Mottcr is doing a good business with Hill's Manual, which is one of the best books ever published. F. Gerber & Co. keep the best assortment of furniture and sell at the lowest prices. Give them a call at their new store on 11th street. Don't sell or 60W dirty grain any longer, when you can get a good Fanuing Mill at Wiggius's Hard ware store on 11th street, for $15. Foc.vn. Can be had at the post oflicc a buckskin sack containing money. The owner will please identify property and pay for this notice. Commuuion services next Sab bath moruing Ht the Presbyterian church; a preparatory preaching service to-morrow, (Thursday) evening. R. II. nenry and wife returned on Friday from a trip to Chicago, and to the home of Mrs. Henry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Adams of Fitchburg, Wise. The railroad crossing on Olive etreet has received the attention of the section force under the superin tendence of A. C Tiguer, and some new rails were laid dowu. It. L. Rossitcr received a letter recently from Wm. Leach formerly of this place, now of Seattle W. T. He is doing well ; is foreman of the Daily Post at good wages. For Sale. West End Lumber Yard, Central City, Neb. Terms easy. There is money in it. Eu quire of A. Henrv, Columbus, or of C. G. Willman, Central City. Miss Eva Coffey is giving ex cellent satisfactiou as teacher at the rural school house of Dist. No. 1, near J. H. Reed's residence. The school promises to be a good one. F. W. Ott has issued the first number of his German Advertiser, which he purposes putting forth oc casionally, enlarging aud improving it, as he shall find it profitable to do so. Good news to people of Platte aud adjoiuiug counties. Great re duction in Lumber prices at the yard of Jaeggi & Schupbach. Prices dowu" to bed rock terms 6trlctly cash. Give them a call. The ordinary man is not always posted in the nomenclature of the lemale apparel of to-day. Last week, a gentleman called at one of our stores to get a yard of "crynolies." He got that amount of crinoline. hJ Large lot of boxes and barrels I'l i -r,l,nll Cmilli's Cneap ai iuareuan uuniu o. fs See F. W. uit toryour toys. He. makes it a specialty to sell cheap. The finestassorlment of candies ever seen in this city for sale at Doland & Smith's. "Literary" at brick school house, district one, Friday evening. Interesting exercises. All invited. The School Sup't tells ub that the schools of the county are now all supplied with good teachers ex cept in one district where school will not begin nutil the first of January. Columbus traveling men should be careful when they arc away from home and in mixed company, not to mistake a modern lady's hat for a little kitten, aud gently pat it saying "poor pussy, poor pussy." M. Kramer returned from Chi cago on Saturday. His new pur chases began to arrive last week. He reports retail business in the metropolis of the west as good, but the wholesale as not lively. Andrew Matthis tells ns that he baa not lost auy cattlo by the prevalent disease. He turns them out in the morning till ten o'clock, 6huts them, in the yard till three, when they go out again for awhile. We claim the right to say on every proper occasion, and we de Bire it reiterated 60 often that the merest child will be able to repeat it, Nebraska has more fine days in the year than any other State iu tho Union. f Gustav Hellborn, it should bo remembered, is permanently located on Neb., Ave one door north of the Bank.and is prepared to furnish any thing in his line. Examine his goods, give him your measure, aud treat yourself to a good, honest suit of clothes. Houses Lost. From the Tatter- pall Stable, Columbus, cb., Dec. 10, one gray roan mare, four years old, and one sorrel mare, four years old, crooked hind lc-gs. Full com pensation will be given to any one giving the whereabouts of the ani mals. C. E. Mote. If you have not already done so, go buy some good, warm flannel and have undershirts made for your little ones. A dollar invested in this way may save doctor's bills and funeral expenses. Keep the little ones comfortably war.!:. Deal honestly aud fairly by them. Of course you are preparing to spend a few dollar?, more or less, for the surprises of Santa Claus.au d you want to know the place where you can find a full supply of holiday goods at lowest prices. Try F. W. Ott, near the old post-oflicc, one door south of Rrodfcuhrcr's jewelry store. Andrew Matthis sent a car load of barley to Chicago two weeks since which graded No. 2, and for which he received in Chicago 91 cts. per bushel and the net proceeds hero were 72 cents a bushel. Mr. Matthis says the most he was ofieicd here for the same barley ws 35 cts. a bushel. J.E. North returned Saturday from a trip to Omaha. He says there is considerable feeling there against the man Burke, recently sentenced to twelve year's im prisonment iu the penitentiary, for a murder that is declared to be as cold-blooded as ever was committed iu the State. Whenever a marriage notice or any thing o( importance is scut to this office for publication, it should be accompanied by a responsible name. We have known editors, readers and others to be deceived, misled and wronged, respectively, by some incorrigible joker who really meant no harm. Ono of our weather prophets gives it as his opinion that Nebraska will never see any more of the old fashioned, three-days' " blizzards," iu which the snow seemed as dry aud fine as Hour, filling the air so completely as to obstruct the view, because, he says, the atmosphere is now continually moist. Mr. C. T. Henderson, formerly operator at Columbus, has been ap pointed superintendent of the coal business at Schuyler. His first ex perience was an adventure with two Bohemian women, who had appro priated two sacks of company coal to their personal use. Charley cap tured them and compromised the case for tho company. We stepped into Wiggihs's work shop the other day on business, and found Mclntire at work might and main. He had five bushels or less of nutmeg graters of his own manu facture, which he is sending all over the country, and showed us auolher new piece of machinery he has got ten up a crimper, we believe the name of it is, ouo of which we car ried off with us. O. E. Stearns was in the city Thursday. The most important item of news we had from him was that a petition is in circulation ask ing the next legislature to make a county of the Reservation just as it stands. Platte county ought, per haps, to be squared out iu that di rection, if the people there do not object, but aside from that we see no particular objection to the scheme. It is understood that Merrick county would be pleased to have a slice off the south side of the Reservation. At least the prospect is that the sub ject will be brought before the leg islature, and disposed of at the coming session. The Americam Aprlclwrlt. A copy of the old familiar favorite appears on our table and is most heartily welcome. In our opinion it is altogether the best farmer's monthly published, because the aim of the publishers is to benefit their patrons, and it is carried out intel ligently. Only those who read it can tell how well this is done. To us, the most interesting articles of the number before us are "How tho Menuonites Warm their Houses and Cook with Straw as Fuel," and "Ne braska Stock Farm." The first is just the sort of information needed by Nebraska farmers, who have abundance of hay and straw that might be utilized as fuel. Illustra tions of the stoves andchimueys are given, with dimensions, so that any farmer could hsve them constructed for himself. The other article is an illustration aud description, with somewhat of the history of the 6tock farm of T. II. Leavitt, at Riverside, Neb., three miles Bouthwest of Lin coln. There are a thousand and one items of information in regard to farming, gardening, stock-raising, household work, &c, that are worth many times the yearly subscription price of this excellent magazine. The editor has lately been traveling through Nebraska and the west, aud we hopo that his appreciation of Nebraska interests will be substan tially reciprocated by Nebraska farmers, who can not do themselves and families a better favor than by subscribing for the English or the German edition of the American Agriculturist. The new Presbyterian church was opened for Public worship on Sabbath morning by Rev. It. Christi son. Bcforo announcing his text Mr. Christison stated that he expect ed a more formal dedication service will be held by the Presbytery sometime next mouth. He also announced the gratifving fact that the building was almost paid for, aud tendered thanks to all who had assisted in its erection. He express ed admiration of the manner in which the enterprise had been begun aud accomplished so quietly and without the least jarring or mis understanding. In the evening, to a full house, Mr. C. delivered the lecture as announced last week, on the subject of Darwinism, or " Are Men the Descendants of Apes and Monkeys ? " when a liberal collection was made toward the building fund of the church. Mr. C. announced that he would deliver another lec ture next Sabbath evening, on the following important subject: "Is God iu the World?" when a collcc tiou will betaken in behalf of the friends of the church. In a talk Saturday with Wm. Stevens, who is regarded ae one of the best stock men in this section, he told us he had lost no cattle by the prevalent complaint, which nearly all now agree in calling dry mur rain. He lets his slock out into cornfields and elsewhere after ten o'clock, giving them a full feed of hay before that time, with a run to all the water they wanl, and access at will to a mixture of salt, sulphur and saltpetre, fifteen parts of the first to one each of the last. Part of his calves arc kept corraled all the time, the other part let out with the rest of the herd, and one lot are just as good as the other. He believes that a great many cattle that are watered by hand don't get enough to drink. He knows very well, that if he had to pump water for one hundred head they wouldn't get enough to drink, and that it is about as much as a windmill can do, to supply enough fresh water. -- A little school girl writes the Jouknal the following letter: "I wish you all a happy Chrismas. Look for Santaclaus. I hope he will till cvry stockin he sees." It is plain to be seen what is just now uppermost iu the thoughts of our little friend, but she is not at all selfish, aud that we are glad to sec. Will some of our little readers re write correctly for the Joukxal the above letter? Its sentiments are so good that we should like to see them put in good, sound English words. The salary of S. L. Barrett, Co. Sup't. ofPublic Instruction, amounts for the last year, to $567.50. He has been compelled to have the warrants issued to him discounted at the rate of 14 per cent., average, so that his salary is low, compared with the amount of work that he does. He tells us that during last winter and summer he yisited every school that was in session in the county, and purposes doing the same the coming year. Couldn't you possibly spare an hour or two, occasionally, to look into the school house where your children are receiving instruction? Your presence there might encour age the teacher to increased effort for the benefit of your children, and these may really conclude that, after all, their father and their mother do take a lively interest in their men tal welfare. .- He has trumpets and drums, bugles and mouth organs, dolls and kitchens and stoves and arks and animals of all kinds, pencils and albums, pens aud inkstands, aud a thousand things besides, all cheap for cash. "Who has all them," says Miss Curiosity and Master Eager. Why F. W. Ott, of course. For the Journal. Farmers Hospitality. Mn. Editoii: There is not a more hospitable class of people than farmers iu the world. The writer of this would not iu any way dis courage them in the practice of this noble virtue, but a few hints in regard to it will not be amiss. One honor is worth another. When our city friends come out iuto the coun try, they generally consider it as a matter of course that their teams be fed, and a good and beautiful table be set for themselves, but very few of them ever ask for their bill, nor do they ever return the compliment ; on the contrary, the farmer when he comes to town has to open his pocket-book for everything. Is thatfuir? Again, Mr. Editor, some farmers aud their wives go beyond their means in the practice of hospitality. If a man or a woman has to got groceries, provisions, feed, etc., on trust, it is uot right either for him or her to be so liberal in feeding others, nor is it right for neighbors and others to impose upon people so circumstanced, but rather to tell (hem to be just before they arc lib eral. The writer of this is a farmer and it has been his practice nil his lifetime to invite everybody to his table who comes or happens to be with him at meal time, hut it has sometimes considerably provoked him to have people come after meal time and trouble his wife for an extra table. It is right to be kind to each other, but it is wrong to impose burdens. The most willing horse can be balked by overloading. Bkxignus. Prairie Creek Items. Editor Journal : Items of inter est in our quiet neighborhood are few and far between ; we fear that we shall soon be compelled to send our items semi-annually. Let me sec; we generally speak first of the weather; of this we can not complain. It is very line, thus alibi ding the farmers an excellent opportunity for corn husking. We are glad to announce the re turn of Mr. A. Wheeler, who arrived here last Wednesday, direct from the Black Hills. Mr. Jacob Furman has been quite sick for some time past, but is now improving. We have succeeded in organizing a literary society here, and we are glad to note the fact that a general interest is manifested by nearly all ; we hope this interest may continue, as we believe there is much benefit to be derived from such societies. Mr. D. Haddix and family, of Crcston, Wyoming Ty., who have been stopping for some time with Mr. F. Gardner, relumed to their homclast Friday. , , Some of those who are wise with regard to such matters, have been prophesying a wedding, and accord ing to Mrs. Gossip, the old tattler, it is to take place soon. But never mind, it will take place some time, if it ever docs. Rev. Williamson (Methodist) will preach at the school-house next Sabbath cveuing. Dec. 13, 1878. Ne Plus Ultra. For the Journal. "A Ieli:ible 1'oung; Itlun Wanted." Yes, young mau, whoever you are, high or low, rich or poor, if you are reliable, there is uot only room for you in any community, but you arc wanted: yes, needed. If you only resolve to be reliable and stick to it through every temptation, you need not lack for remunerative employ ment, nor for positions of trust aud honor, for reliable men of any trade, occupation or profession, arc not so plenty as to crowd each other. Everywhere the demand is greater than the supply. On the farm and in the mill. As mcrchanics, lawyers, doctors, and also as preachers of the gospel, for even some of those are not reliable, but are wolves in sheep's clothing. n. d. u. For the Journal. Who All? The Era's correspondent II. S. E. in a late communication from Post ville6ays: "The Era comes regu larly, and is appreciated by all." Somo neighbors of Postville would like to know who "all" is meant, is it H. S. E. aud his family, or is there some one else in the neighborhood who appreciates the Era ? i Inquirer. Itoyal Arcanum. The following officers of Mystic Council, 130, Royal Arcanum, were elected at the meeting last Wednes day evening: P. R., H. J. Hudson ; R., A. A. Smith ; V. R., E. L. Sig gins; O., D. T. Martyn; C, T. E; Mitchell ; Sec'y, J. II. Galley ; Treat., C. A. Speice; Col., G. W. Hulst; Guide, A. E. Young; U., Samuel Galley : Sentinel, W. B. Dale; Trus tees, Siggins, Speice and Hulst. Thanks to Mrs. Barrow for. a copy of a pamphlet containing the sentiment of some "Mormon" wo men on plural marriage, as express ed at a mass meeting in Salt Lake City, Nov. lGth. We have not space for extended quotation suffice to say, they believe, iu the language of Miss Eliza R. Snow, "in the princi ple of plural marriage just as sa credly as in auy other institution which God has revealed." We have blank note books, for sale, in books of 100 each, suitable for threshers, mechanics and others for work and labor; also the com mon form, and the note "payable at Columbus State Bank." Also re ceipts iu book form. M. K. Tck nee & Co. Great Redaction I Rates. From tho accommodating agent of the U. P. Co., here, James H. Meagher, we obtain tho following rates recently made on WHEAT. Columbus to Chicago, 100 lbs " C. Bluffs, " " " Omaha, " .18 cts. 1G " 11 " OATS AND CORN. Columbus to Chicago, 100 lbs 30 cts. ' C. Bluffs, " . ..14 " " " Omaha, " 9 " Also the following, which weut into effect Monday, Dec. lGth : LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES. Columbu9 to Chicago, 100 lbs ..S5 cts. " " C. Bluffs, " .. o4 " " " Omaha, " ...10 " SALT. Columbus to Chicago, bbl., 300 lbs., $1.00 " " C. Bluffs, " " " .43 " " Omaha, " '" " .30 The car-load, now, is 24,000 lbs. Weather Report. The followiug is a review of the weather at Genoa, for the month of November, 1878: Mean temperature of the mo dog, 33.95 31.G1 75 11 Jlean do. of same mo. last vear. Highest do. on the 1st, (leg Lowest (Jo. on the 20th,deg Ordinarily clear days Very cloudy days 10 "Number of days on which rain fell 1 incuesor rain or melted snow High winds, days Calm days 0AZ 3 8 l'revalent winds during the month ri. E. to West by North. Frost aud ice most of the month but not sufficient to prevent plowing, which was continued throughout the mouth. The menu temperature of the month is 7.31 degree above that of last year, and 9.70 i.egrees above that of lt7fi. Winter set in last year on the 28th of the month. LOCAL NOTICES. Advertisements under this head live cents u line each insertion. To .School Officer. The following letter from the State Superintendent of Public In struction to C. L. Hill of this place explains itself: "Lincoln-, Nov. 18, 1S78. Mn. C. L. Hill: It is clearly illegal, as the law now stands, to introduce or use text books other than those on the accompanying list. This list I have not changed in any particular, and it is still the only legal list. 1 regret that in many places changes of text books have been made iu violation of law, since such changes frequently tend to add additional cost to our schools with out an- compensating advantage. Yours truly, S. It. Thompson'." The Slate list accompanying the above letter can be seen at C. L. Hill's Book Store. Among other books the list contains Ilillard's Readers, Guyot'e Geographies, Har vey's Grammars, and Seavey's His toric. TIi ft People Want Proof. There is no medicine prescribed by physicians, or sold by Druggists, that carries such evidence of its suc cess and superior virtue as Bus chke's Gkkmak Syrup for severe Coughs, Colds sctllcd on lhe"breat, Consumption, or any disease of the Throat and Lungs. A proof of that fact is that auy person nillictcd, can get a Sample Bottle for 10 cents and try its superior effect before buying the regular size at 75 cent. It has lately been introduced iu this country from Germany, and its wonderful cures are astonishing everyone that uses it. Three doses will relievo any case. Try it. Sold by A. Heintz, C. B. Stiilman end Doland & Smith. XtO SMOKERS, FIVE-CENT CIGARS Made by good-looking Cubms,with claw-hammer coats aud white kid glove, on black-walnut tables. By smoking these, you will attend church more regular, and drive fast horses, and you will become "healthy, wealthy and wise." For sale by George Rieuer. J Closing Out! Closing; Out! ' M. fr. I.niinstpol nf tlin rilrl clntwl nf Bonesteel Bros., will now close out the entire stock of dry goods, hoots AND SHOES AND HATS AND CAPS. Those wishing to buy good goods cheap will find it to their interest to call on us, at once. 49-4t. BON'ESTEEL BltOS. Attention, Sheep EtiiNerN! We have 15 head of thoroughbred Rams on hand, which we offer for sale, cheap all long wooled, just what you want to cross with fine wooled sheep with to it pay. 141 Gross Bros. TATTEKSAI-I,. The Tattersall Livery Stable is an excellent place to stop at when you arc iu town with a team. Good ac commodations. Reasonable charges. On Olive street, one door south of Coolidge's hardware store. Try them. 268.x. i Ucatllarket. Vcin(.r.nll Or Tn.w1..1l l..ir.i,rr ntiK. hJMUt K Ull iM XkUIIUfWI lia 111 pill- chafed the meat market lately owned by Frank Gillelt, is prepared to fur nish, beef, pork, &c, &c, equal to the best aud at prices to suit the times. 437x. Times are very hard, and the products that a farmer has for sale do not bring him his cost price, and to equalize the thing and buy your hardware in proportion to what you get for your wheat, you must buy of G. H. Krauso & Sous. 4. Drake & Smith in Central Block have just received one of the finest lot ot button dress goods, cor sets, millinery goods and trimmings ever brought to Columbus. Call aud see them. Por Sale. A farm of 159 acres, 125 broken. One mile west of Barnum's. Please call on A. Haigbt on the Big Island. Terms easy. 3Gl-x Jr Por itent. A large brick store building on Nebraska Avenue. For terms, &c, apply to A. E. Pinkney, 440-x Over State Bank. L. Kramer has opened a branch Store at Silver Creek and will sell goods there at tho same low prices that he does here. 438. f Boots at $1.75 at L. Kramer's. PA Puro cider vinegar at Hudson's. Cloaks for $2.50 at L. Kramers. y New Palermo Lemons at Hud son's. X Boy's boots at $1.00 at L. Kra mers. J. Get a hayknife at G. H. Krauso tc sons. )s Pure apple juice cider at Hud son's. ( Pure Buckwheat flour at Wm. Becker's. ht Wooleu scarfs for 10 cents atL. Kramer s. IK Get a buckeye lantern at G. H. Krauso & Sous. New shirts at 25 cents, at L. Kramers. X Christmas candies at George Riedcr's. )( Quinces and Sweet apples a) Marshall Smith's r Good plaid shawls for 75 cents at L. Kramer's. lp Millinery in the latest styles at uraKe & amitirs. Y Silk handkerchiefs for 10 cents at L. Kramer's. I 7 HT itccollect that Shotwcll tc Kan- dall pay the highest price for hides. -" Second-hand school books.cheap, at E. D. Fitzpatrick'a. UG-x T Maple Syrup warranted pure at L. Cock burn's. 440-x ht The best brands of cigars can c had at Win. Becker 8. V The best place to trade is at Bullard fc Smith s. yC Gent's rubber overshoes for 50 cents at L. Kramer's. Ht All sizes of steelyards cheap at G. H. Krausc & Sous. .r The finest line of boots and shoes iu the city at M. Smith's. fV Save 25 cts. by buyiug your flour at Bullard & Smith s. . Got a heating stove cheap at G. II. Krause & Sons. J Grey and while Flannel at 15 cents a yam at L. Kramer s. - You can always depend on get ting the lowest prices at Galley Bros. hZ Kc Pickled pig's feet, snuccd lamb'6 oii'Mie and pickled trine at Hud son's. pfs Woolen yarn 50 cts., a pound at I. Gluck's Revolution Dry Goods Store. fv Oranges, sweet cider and Mich igan apples just received at Hud sou's. 1 Heavy gray blankets at $ 1.00 .- pair at the Revolution Dry Goods Store. f Bullard & Smith will pay cash or exchange goods for farm pro duce. jV Wm. Becker will have a new stock of Michigan apples aud cider in a few days. H. Men's heavy woolen suits at 14 50 at the Revolution Dry Goods Store. 5 Examine L. Kramer's stock of holiday aud other gjods before you buy. Men's woolen hose at 10 ccnls a pair at I. Gluck's Revolution Dry Goods Store. A choice stock of the finest Christmas Sugar Toys ever brought to Columbus at Hudson's. p Cabbage, onions, potatoes, toma toes, mellons, and iu fact everything else at Bullard & Smith's. & Twenty pounds dried apples for $ 1.00 at Geo. Rieder's, and he is not selling out at cost, either. Y Boots and Shoes at bottom fig ures sold by Marshall Smith in Cen tral Block." -Half bleached table cloth at 25 cts. a yard at the Revolution Dry Goods Store. i A Japanese boxes, picture frames. chromos, Collar boxc3, etc., at L. Kramer's. Y Canton flannel 18 yards for one dollar at the Revolution Dry Goods Store. "f Unlaundried shirts, New York m nl in aud linen, bosom and cuffs for $1.00 at Galley Bros. Smokers come and "Board of Trade" cigar, delight you, at Hudson's. try they mv wifl . Knickerbocker dress goods at 8 cents a yard at L. Kramer's New York Cheap Cash Stoic. r Waterproof that beats anything in town at 50 cents a yard at the Revolution Dry Goods Store. Oysters received daily and sold by the dish, can or case at H. J. Hudson's, two doors west of the Hammond House. rh In order to close out my large siock oi toys in season, i win ouer the same at prices which will aston ish everybody. F. W. Ott. h Children's, Misses' and Ladies' tashionably-irimmed hats at uu cents, $1.00 aud $1.50, at L. Kramer's New York Cheap Cash Store. Go to S. T. Hill's to get your watches, clocks and jewelry repair ed. First door south of C. L. Hill's book store. Olive street. rk Pears, grapes and quinces, the last of the season, just received at II. J. Hudson's, two doors west of the Hammond House. "r I will not impose on the public and my customers by advertising what I cannot substantiate. Call and convince yourself of the fact. yVm. Becker. 'V Five thousand pounds of live poultry wanted this week, for which the highest price in cash will be paid by Ransdell & Smith, opposite the post-office. LV If you need anything in the line oi naroware, larm iuoi, siuves uihi you can rely upon to do good work, or tinware, you can buy them cheap at G. II. Krause & Sons. L You can buy powder, shot, gun' and musket caps, shell primers, car tridges of all kinds and sizes, re volvers, gun wads, shot pouches, powder flasks, etc., very cheap at G. II. Krause & Sons. W T. C. Ryan has just received a larire siock oi cnoice teas auu gro ceries, which he is offering at very low figures for cash only. Highest price paid for butter, eggs and dressed poultry. A Grain Bag32.25 at L.Kramer's. 7 Now Messina Oranges at Hud- auu a. V" Go to M. II. O'Brien's for gro ceries. X Choice Fancv Candies at Hud son's. rX Dressed dolls for 15 cents at L. Kramers. s German School Books at Ed. Fitzpatnck's. A Children's shoes at 15 cents a pair at L. Kramer's. "A Don't forget, but one price at Galley Bro's. )C Blankets at $1.00 a pair, at L. Kramers. Shotwellfc Randall deal iu all kinds of poultry. Uf The new cigar "Desirable" 3 for a uimc ui uuusuu a. .Wanted 500 lard & Smith's. doz. eggs at Bul-436-x. Dresses and Cloaks made to br rder at Drake & Smith's. --Undershirts and Drawers 25 cts. eacu ui jj. iviauicr a. Threshers' notes, in book form, for sale at this office. X If you have any wild game go to Shotwcll & Raudall. Y R. R. wheel-barrowa for $2.50 at G. 11. Krause & Sons. H- Fall stock of men's nud boys' clothing at Galley Bros. Nf Baskets of all kinds at M. Fine unlaundried white- shirts for 50 cents at L. Kramers. fr Canned fruits and confectionery of all kinds at Hudson's. IK Ladies' silk scarfs, an entirely new assortment, at u. ivramer s. r If you want all goods at straight prices call on Galley Bros. f. New golden dates, figs r.nd ma ple sugar bricks at Hudson's. H- Best Norfolk Flour at $2.50 at M. Smith's iu Central Block. y, Holiday presents, useful and ornamental, at Li. ivramer s. V Grapes, plums and peaches by the pound or box at Hudson's. X Shotwcll & Randall pay the highest price for live poultry. K, 18 yards heavy Cotton flannel tor one dollar at L. Kramers. N, M. II. O'Brien sells good gro ceries ai very moucraie prices. The place to buy Teas is at Mar shall Smith's in Central Block. Best Albion flour at Bullard & Smith's, at $2.50 per hundred. vjt White Blankets $1.50 a pair at the Revolution Dry Goods Store. SL Ladies' cotton hose G pair for 25 at the Revolution Dry Goods Store. Ladies' felt skirts at 50 cts. a piece at I. Gluck's Revolution Store. S Lace handkerchiefs for 10 cents at L. Kramers New xork Cheap Cash Store. Gn In A. .1. Arnolds for .Tnivclrv. clocks, watches and Silverware, at prices lower than, tho jg, 4o-2 Wanted. 1,000 children to buy their their Toys aud Books at E. D. Fiizpatrick's. 440-x v Boys' and Mea's Winter Caps for 25 cents at X. Kramer's New York Cheap Cash Store A A new lot of stylish cloaks just received at l. Kramer s, which will be sold at bottom prices. X Choice grades of coffees and teas at Wm. Becker's. He stands back for none on quality or price. r Five bu. potatoes for $1.00 and flour at $2.25 per hundred at Bul lard & Smith' North Star Grocery. )( Don't be bulldozed with Michi gan cider, go to Hudson's and get Ohio sweet cider and you will be suited. jf If you want choice teas, coffees, sirups, buivcs or niiymiiig eisegoou iu the grocery liuc, call at William Becker's. K A huge stock of toys for the Hounds at i'. w. uirs loy mzaar, which will be disposed of at very low figures. That pure Michigan cider at Wm. Becker's is going fast. If you want any send in your orders right away, quick. K, The best assortment of Holiday anu ouier goous anu at me lowest prices can be found at L. Kramer's 2cw York Cheap Cash Store. Y- "Trumps" are the "boss" five cent cigar in the city. Geo. JJieder keeps them, as well as other fine brands. A new invoice just receiv ed. Try them. Teachers, pupils and others oc casionally need blank news paper. We will furnish it in sheets the size of the Journal, 25x38 inches four sheets for 5 cents, eight for 10, one quire for 25 ceqts, and cut to suit. M. K. Turner & Co. 415-tf h It is true you are getting a good deal less for your wheat than you did last year, but you can purchase nearly all the goods you have to buy for much less than you did last year, by calling on L. Karmer's New York Cheap Cash Store on 11th St., J. C. Msrrissey's old stand. If there is anything in this world that will save labor, save clothes, keep a woman from getting her dander up, and keep peace in the family generally, it is one of those "Welcome" Wash Wringers, which are the latest-improved wringer now iu use, and cost only $0.50. These wringers are sold by G. U. Krause & 5on, who have the agency for Columbus. Come and see them. hk WOOLEST SOCKS, FIVE CENTS A PAIR, AT- L. KRAMER'S NEW YORK CHEAP CASH STORE. V GET TTOlTri TOY ATTHE COLUMBUS BAZAAR. COLUMBUS MARKETS. Our quotations of tho markets are ob tained Tuesday artcrnopn,and arc correct and reliable at the time. ORAIK, AC. Wheat No. 1. 66 W CO 35 12K0H6 1.V320 iU(G5t0 17 ! 252 T& SO&l 0O 12K13 20S2a 1520 u it Krjected O.lti, Barley y ...- ' Flour, Graham, Meal, ntobUCK. Butter, Potatoes, Beans 7 uu l ROfl-JOO Peas Onions ' Turnip4 Beets .... ... LIVK STOCK. FatIl0Kf."' Wat. tl-tt til". ............... 0015d 40(g3O 2T.0 4O 23&40 00(200 ooa2w Yearlings, Cahes 3 Sheep s- Good veal, per hundred Hides, grcou salted, WKATS. Hams, Shoulders, oldes, ...... ..-... .... Corned Beef Steak. 00((tS 00 ooceioo 3 00 0 oo 3 5U 10(312 4(37 mi 812K SPECIAL NOTICES. Advertisements under this head five cents a lino, firU Insertion, threo cents a line each subsequent Insertion. jgj-Fon Voiced Wells leave or ders at Ryan's Hotel. McDermot & Co. 4f2-y. 45?-0. D. Buooks is furnishing the citizens of Columbus with fresh milk daily. - flegular Stock leu!er. All kinds of homed stock bought and old; also fat and stock hogs. 3VJ-y D. Andersox. 13-Countv Wakuants, school orders, school bonds and good bankable notes, also tir.st-class mortgages bought. Money loaned on good fjirminc lands for a term of years, by A. lleery, Colum bus, Nebraska. SSyGuYOT'd Geography Is on the State list and Is therefore the only Geography that can legally be used In our schools. This book and all other school hooks for sale at C L. Hill's Book Store. 433-x For Sale. A pair of inaras with foal, wcieht 1,000 pounds each. Lively, fast walk ers, and true. Age live and eight years. Price, $. O. E. Stkahxs, Cedar Ulver P.O., 419 Pawnee Reservation, Nebr. To licadem of Ainnfeur IIuhiIm and Other. For sale, n full set of Brass In struments for IS performers. For price and further particulars, apply to U. G. CAKEW, Columbus, Neb., ft Sec'y Columbus Cornet Band. Vllovr Ioc That Suit o? M ...n inVii-inrr flu ivnll.L'iirtwn mill most Micce9ful Heating Stove "A KG AND" Hard and ofl coal Base Burner, nickel ornamentation. Medium size for .. ?1B.00. Larue " " - 20-00. Do not delay, hut huy at once, this Is the het chance to ct a reliable Bae Burner, for Hiieh astonishingly low pri ces. All other heating and cooking stoves in proportion. Bohekt Uhlio. Hardware Dealer, 3t Next to Columbus State Bank. GOOD CHEAP BHICZ ! AT MY RESIDENCE.on Shell Creek, three miles east of 3Iatthiss bridge, I have 70,000 good. lmrl-Iurt lirlclc for Kale which will be sold iu lots to uit pur- 48-tr" GEORGE HENGGLER. is now receiving LAEGE ADDITIONS to nis Immense Stock. He buys his goods cheap, and is nntlw fieri with u uinll profit on all the goods he sells. Don't buy old goods as long as you can Get New Goods For Less Money. a"card. Having just received a large stock of Toys, and the fact that everybody look ing at my stock pronounces it the largest and bcstassortuient ever seen in Colum bus leads me to inform you that here after my store will be known under the name of "THE COLUMBUS BAZAAR: "When In Chicago 1 spared neither labor nor expense to get the best and cheapest assortment for my customers from the largest wholes lie houses in Toys, ns well as Albums. Vases. Cups and Mutrs, Statue", Bound Volumes, Musical Instruments, Candy Toys for Christmas Trees, Etc., Too numerous to mention them all here. 1 therefore invite yon to come and see the Bazaar. You will be sure to And something that will suit you. Wi Respectful! r, F. W. OTT. U. T. DULLARD D.rMrin NORTH -CRIIIUIY BULLARD & SMITH, -DEALERS IS- I J XJ-IJ-I.UJ FKUIT, PROVISION'S, &c. AH Farm Products Bought and Sold. 0 Highest Cash Price Paid, OK Goods Exchanged for Produce. t3TGoods delivered anywhere In the city free of charge. NEW BUILDING ON llTH ST., Two Doors Cast of Journal Office. 4&i V HOLIDAY PRESENTS IN ENDLESS VARIETY Astonishingly Low Prices, AT- Ij. KEAMEK'S, $66B reel; in vour own town. V Outfit free. Xo risk. Reader if you want a business at which npr-inns of either sex can make great pay all the time they work, write for particulars to II. Ual lett & Co Portland, Maina.