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Communications, to luMirc insertion
in the next issue, should bo in hand on
Mondtvs; if lengthy, on Thursdays
preceding issue-day. Advertisements,
or whatever class, should be in hand by
noon, Tuesdays.
Advertisements under this head 15
ct. a line first insertion, 10 cts. aline
each subsequent Insertion.
The JOl'RSAL entabllnli
meat is now perraaHCBtly lo
ratrt on 11th htreel, upstair
in the JOIKiAli balldlae.
tSTCarrts under this heading will be
inserted for $." a year.
t:. A. K. Baker Tost Xo. 9, Department
of Nebraska, meet every second and
lourth TiieMlav evenings in each
nmntb in Kniplitsof Honor Hull, Co
litmlmw. John Hammond, P. C
J). D. Wadswokth, Adj't.
II. 1. ItoWKU, Searjf. MaJ.
To S u Itkcr liters.
Ymr name. twVA thk datk at which
oil each .Wiukxai. you lvroive. A prompt
renewal or discontinuance will save the
publisher, both trouble and expense,
and be better for all concerned. A re
newal t respectfully solicited. $2 for 1
vr.; $1 for 0 iHos.;."K ct. for :! mo.
IlitUKNA'., with either the American AJ
riviiUiiriat or Nebraska Farmer $.". a yr.,
pot-puid. caMi in advance; Jol'UXAl.
anil the Nursery $
Concert at the M. K. Church
last night.
Thirty Girls and Roys will take
part, in Queen Esther.
-Sohn Mejrath lost a valuable
rnnro the other day by death.
r. II. White of thi city lost an
other valuable cow last week.
Fancy box paper l.'i cts. at Do
laniVs Columbus Drttir Store.
'.'School books at Ed. Filzpat
ric1x!s, opposite the post-ulUce.
--"Wanted, a girl to do general
housework. Inquire of J. X.Taylor.
A large assortment of all kinds
of farming implements at Schutte &
Ten rooms in tha upper part of
Rimer's building for rent. Terms
' Since the revision of Queen
Esther it is not recognized as the
HaiSe play.
From the Columbus post-office
you can now send money orders to
France and Algiers.
Palmer's Perfume in bulk, the
best in the World, at Doland's Co
lumbus Drug Store.
For the best custom-made boot
and ncatet repairing go to Hona
hau's, on Olive street.
Mrs. Josephine Deuel has beeu
appointed post -master at Deer
Crcok, Madison County.
--Jno. Williams's youngest heir,
a son, was born last Thursday night.
Mr. Williams died last fall.
II. P. Bewcr & Co. are handling
the Peoria plows and cultivators.
Call and see them before buying.
Oct prices of croquet, base balls,
hats, and archery goods at E. 1).
Fitzpat rick's Hook Store, opp. P. O.
The Marches and Counter Mar
ches by the Thirty Girls and Boys
iu'Quccu Esther must be beautiful.
A letter received from E. ,T.
P.aker states that he had gone to the
Gunnison country on Saturday
Dr. Thurston, the dentist, is
arouh'd again after a brief but sharp
illness. He is also very busy with
A farm hand wanted by 3T.
Crabtrec, Genoa, Xance county.
Call or address soon, with "cre
dential." Win. Eimers has removed his
store, formerly at St. Mary's, to
Humphrey station on the Jackson
O. A.Stearns,the photographer,
has just put in a lot of new scenic
backgrounds Jn his gallery. Call
and see them.
Don't forget to call on J. C.
Elliott, at his new pump houso on
Olive, slteet, if you want a wind
mill for $40.00.
- Blank notes, bank, joint, indi
vidual and work-and-labor, neatly
lound in books of 50 and 100, for
eale at the Journal office.
Don't forget that next Friday is
(he day of sale of Win. Blocdorn's
sttfck cattTe and horses see his
advertisement elsewhere.
For. Sale. ."0-t-pring pigs. 3 lo 5
weeks old; -10 heifers, 2 to 4 years
nld,1ind a pair of first-class driving
ponies. Inquire of S. O. Raymond.
For pure white lead, French
zinc and J.inisceii oil mixed paiut,
ready for the bruh, producing a
beautiful gloss, go to John Wiggins'
Hardware Store.
Gus. Berber informs us that
-about a week ago, Jos. Heimanu
near St. Bernard, lot his dwelling
house by fire worth-$500 to $000,
and insured for.$250.
Judge Gcer was in Polk county
last week. Hchas seen a good deal
of Nebraska, but he thinks there is a
portion of Polk co'unty not excelled
by any part of the State.
We see bj the Fremont Tribune
" that E. II. Rogers has returned from
New Mexico; and that Mrs. Dr.
McNamara js recovering slow.ly.
from a ve,ry severe illucss.
The Ervin Parlor Concert Co.
will give au entertainment at the
Opera House, Thursday evening,
April 1st." They have the highest
f estimouiate froni the press.
We are prepared to famish
horse bill6 at reasonable rates, and
in good styles. Also blank note
books pnt up in any desired form.
Give us a call before ordering.
A gentlemau from Illinois is
erecting a hotel at Platte Centre
30x50. The new bridge is complet
ed and ready for travel. Win. May
nard is erecting a cozy dwelling.
Parties owning Buckeye ma
chinery should at once leave their
orders for repairs with H. P. Bower
& Co., cast of Spoice & North's 11th
iBtreet, to avoid additional expense.
W. A. Davis aud Clark Cooucy
were in tho city Friday.
M. E. Stevens of Boone county
was in tho city yesterday.
E. V. Dyer, Esq., returned to tho
Lcity Thursday last from Liucoln.
An Interesting programme at
the Presbyterian sociable to-night.
U. S. Grant, Jr., passed west
last week, bound for San Francisco.
The costumes for Queen Esther
will be furnished from a St. Paul
The Maennerchor Society had a
concert Monday evening, follwed
by a dance.
The cheapest place to buy boots
and shoes is at J. M. Honahan's, on
Olive street.
We have received a specimen of
gold quartz from O. P. Reed. He
is prospecting.
Of course the turnout will be
general to-night to the Democratic
State Convention.
Qneen Esther at the Opera
House Tuesday and Wednesday
Evenings, April, Cth and 7th.
Major Frank North came in from
the east Sunday evening, aud went
west to North Platte Monday.
Miss Etta DeMoss, who has been
sick for some, time past, we are glad
to learn is able to be out again.
Sassafrasso cures chapped hands.
It never fails. Try it. Prepared
and for Bale only by A. W. Doland.
Gen. John C. Fremont, govern
or of Arizona, passed east last week
on his way to Washington and New
Major Frank North went to
Iowa last week to buy some blooded
stock for the ranche of Cody &
Three seeders, 2 brood sows, 1
black stallion coming three, and 1
top buggy for sale at cost at Law
rence's. O. W. Bowman, and Mr. Sul
livan, of tho firm of Cornelius &
Sullivan, went to Genoa Monday on
legal business.
Mrs. Gerhard Schuttc, who wa
at one time recently very ill, is now
convalescing, and Mr. Schutlo is
again at his old post.
Bro. Lange of the Volksblutt
has been seriously ill for the past
week something like rheumatic
pains. He was out again Monday.
Dr. F. J. Schug, late of San
dusky, Ohio, has permanently lo
cated in the city. His advertisement
will be found elsewhere in to-day's
One hundred dollars, in three
premiums of $G0, $25 and $15 is
offered for the best crop of flax.
See the State Agricultural Society
premium list.
J. E. VanGilder, who has been
spending a few days of vacation
from his school in Colfax Co., in 'this
city, has returned to Wilson quite
unwell, threatened with typhoid
A paragraph elsewhere chroni
cles the death of Geo. Riedcr. An
old friend of his, a business man in
the city, says that he was a most ex
cellent mau, and an extremely kind
It was fortunate for Mrs. Par
rot! and her two children that they
got out of the David City hack last
Saturday before it got to the bridge,
as they might have been blowirinlo
the river.
A friend captured a good sized
graRshorpcr on Sunday in this city
and says he saw several others. He
says they must have been dropped
here from the wind storm of Friday
and Saturday.
Wanted, a stout, healthy girl to
take the summer care of a small herd
of cattle. German or .Polish pre
ferred. For further particulars
apply lo Louis Swam, at Wiggins's
hardware store.
Mr. Boggs, who has for several
months been occupying tho old
Pierce building as a hotel, left the
city Thursday for his old home in
Pennsylvania. The business, U
seems, was new to him.
On last Friday Doc McAllister
returned from Philadelphia, where
he has been passing the winter in
making himself more thorough in
his specialties, dentistry and pho
tography. Doc. looks well.
Fok Sale. A pair of good horses,
harness, and now wagon ; one four
year old mare, one top buggy, one
sett of light donble harness-. Above
will be sold cheap for cash, or on
time to suit purchaser. Henry & Bro.
H. P. Bower & Co., having in
charge the agency for the Buckeye
machinery, have secured a full line
and are row open for business. Par
ties wishing anything in the machine
line will do well to call and see them.
T. J. Smith, Esq., of the nolt
County Jiecord, and J. R. Markley
of Knox county, both delegates to
the Democratic State Convention,
gave us a pleasant call yesterday, in
company with Dr. Siggins and
It. Lange.
Messrs. Godfrey & Getz have
opened a Meat Market in the rooms
lately occupied by Petersen & Rob-
isson; they are both experienced
hands in the business, and will
donbtless receive a liberal share of
One of, those.heavjlarabB talked
of in the JothixalV&s onNexhibition
at "Petersen &Ioblnson's meat mar
ket last Saturday. lNweighd 28,
lbs., dressedjv andyvvasNi beauty.
Lovers of mutton cauld certain! v
not object to suchvsplendid samples, j
A. W. Ladd, editor of the Boone
County Neics, was in the city Fri
day. He goes cast for a short time.
He 6ays Boone county is obluiuiug,
almost daily, large accessions to her
Young Dietrich, Judgo Ilig
gins's intelligent clerk, is in position
again. Tho accidental discharge of
a shot-gun cartridge in his band the
other day will perhaps weaken it,
but not spoil it altogether.
Phil. Cain has purchased C. E.
Morse's interest in the Tattersall
liverj', feed and sale stock. Phil, is
an exceedingly- clever gentleman,
knows the public needs, and has
the ability to satisfy them.
Lyman Babcock, while haudling
a gun the other day, was somewhat
surprised to hear it "go off," the shot
flying in several different directions
striking different persons, without,
however, any great injury.
Lecture to young people at the
Congregational church next Sunday
evening. Subject: "What to read.''
Special invitation given to young
ladies lo attend for whom the lecture
will be more especially prepared.
The sociable at the Congrega
tional church last Wednesday even
ing was a very pleasant affair. The
ladies sorietv of this church hero
lately received a very nico present
in the shape of a new cooking stove.
I. Cluck went east on Wednes
day last. His numerous customers
may expect something very ueat and
tasty in the Hue of spring and sum
mer goods, as Israel is known to
possess the kuack of selecting the
best in the market.
X. C. Abbott, iq.. of the L.&
N. W., is in the city. We have not
seen him to verify the rumor in cir
culation that the Company have
secured !() acres of land north of the
Stevens addition for the purpose of
round-house, machine shop, stock
yardn, etc.
T. A. Potts returned Monday
from Albion. lie reports business
lively all along the line. At Kil
bourn's hotel Sunday night there
were fifteen land-seekers from Bos
ton who had concluded to settle in
Wheeler county. Genoa is improv
ing right along.
Foi: Sale. A dwelling-house and
lot in a very desirable part of the
city. Will be sold at a sacrifice, as
the money is needed. The house is
new and cost more money than is
asked for both house and lot. For
further particulars inquire at the
Journal ollice.
It is certainly not at all surpris
ing to us that the public generally
should select the Joup.xal as a
medium for advertising legal and
other notices it being the paper
having the largest circulation in
Platte county, and likewise remark
able for its great accuracy.
Messrs. Lubker & Kramer arc
the authorized agents here for Mark
Twain's new book, the' "Tramp
Abroad." They are not, by auy
means, assuming to fill any con
tracts made by a certain traveling
fraud who was not an agent for the
work, but will sell it to all who may
desire it.
Combined lecture and sociable
at the Congregational church next
week, Wednesday evening. The
lecture will be by Mrs. J. II. Reed.
Subject, "The Elevation of House
hold Work." The lecture will begin
at S o'clock. Sociable, ice cream
and cake a.t 1) o'clock. AdmisMon
to lecture, 15 cent.
O. P. Reed, with a very brief
letter, sends us a specimen of quartz
from his prospective mine. Old
miners tell him the stuff has the
prospect of being good. Wo hope
that O. P. has "struck it" rich, be
cause he promised before ho left to
give us an inido berth if fortune
happened to favor him.
The ifew meat market of Peter
sen & Robinson on Olivefltreet has
been fitted up in excellent style
painted, p'apcrnft, etcand looks as
neat'and clean as a newsilvervdoIi
lar, auuyiii mis way-u win, uc Kepi
by St hose enterprising men, who
pridbthcnislvcspn having the neat
est meat ninrket in the State.
On Friday In -t the following
shipment of sto'i.. was made from
hereto Chicago in . - train: Geo.
Berny five cars oi .atl!c and two of
hogs; Pat. Murray, two of cattle;
Robt. Kummer aud D. Anderson,
one each, of cattle, in all eleven cars,
and all farmers but Anderson. This
little straw shows which' way the
wind is blowing.
Wo arc in receipt of a commu
nication from Platte" Centre, signed
"A constant reader," which we can
not publish, not being accompanied
by the real name of the author.
Besides, as heretofore stated, the
Joukxal is not a court of inquiry
for scandal suits, aud considers' its
full duty done, in that line, when it
reports legal proceedings.
-The Easter services at the Epis
copal church on Sunday are said to
have been quite interesting. Seven
were received to the communion of
the church by letter of transfer and
tho whole number present larger
than at any previous communion.
The Rector stated that the nnmher
of communicant members had more
than doubled during the year.
A shrewd man claims that
money invested in cattle at any thing
like a reasonable price will pay and
pay richly. Think of it. They ca?i
be kept, on grass and hay, at a nom
inal cost; aud with a little feed of
grain during ver cold weather, will
thrive nicely. Invest in good stock
at every opportunity. If you al
ready have some, get more. If you
have none now, make a strong effort
aud invest your first ready money.
The entertainment at the Con
gregational church Wednesday even
ing of next week, for tho benefit of
the improvement fund of the society,
will consist, in part, of a lecture by
Mrs. J. H. Reed on "Tho Elevation
of Domestic Labor." The invaria
ble good 6eiisu which has charac
terized the utterances of this lady
on the platform is a guarantee of
the intellectual treat in store for the
audience who may hear her.
We are informed that "sharpers"
are at work in Kausas and Nebraska,
securing money from homesteaders
under the plea that it is necessary to
secure the passage of a certain bill
now before Congress, granting an
additional 80 acres to homesteaders.
Have nothing to do with them. Sign
none of their papers. Kick them
out of tho house. When any law
touching your rights is passed you
will learn of it, and can then apply
at the land office.
J. N. Moody formerly of this
county, now of Harlan, called on us
Friday. Since teaching here, he
has secured a tract of land near
Alma, the county-seat of Harlan,
and also, as a notice in to-day's
JoniNAL will show, a life-partner
in the person of Miss Mary, E.
Jones. Success to him. Of course
he wouldn't think of keeping house
without the Journal, which will
always rejoice to hear of good for
tune to him and his.
Some foreign curiosity hunters,
stopping oh" here tho other, day in
quired of Mr. Ileilzman who' that
long-haired man was standing on
the platform (referring to "Antelope
Dick.") "Oh, that's the King of all
the Indians," mysteriously whisper
ed Ileilzman. "What is he doing
here?'' anxiously inquired Curiosity.
"Teaching penmanship," was the
laconic reply. Curiosity followed
him up and spent several dollars in
drinks before he got through with
the "King of all Indians."
Columbus history, the coming
summer, promises to develop more
social scabs than at any time hereto
fore. Our policemen say there are
quite a number of suspicious char
acters around, and some that arc not
so suspicious, simply because the
object of their sojourn is definitely
known to those who keep posted in
public local matters. It would be
gratifying if Columbus, while grow
ing to metropolitan proportions,
could avoid the great vices that all
large cities seem subjected to.
The examination in Dist. No. 1
closed on Friday at noou. From the
fourth grade up they were entirely
written, except history. The stand
ings in geography and grammar
were unusually good. The third
grade arithmetic and history were
not so good. A few will be promot
ed from the Intermediate Depart
ment. The next term begins Mon
day, April 5th. The first grade
having completed arithmetic, will
begin the study of geometry. The
second grade will begin physical
geography and physiology.
One of the reasons why Nebras
ka, though a prairie state, is free.
from the destructive malaria so
prevalent in other prairie countries
is that she is the lowest shelf on the
Rocky mountain range, aud every
now and then is very completely
ventilated by the strong mountain
breezes that sweep down upon us
from the northwest, to say nothing
of the almost constant zephyrs that
whisper encouragingly in the ear of
weary toil and fan his heated brow.
Our grand young State has more
fine days in the year than any land
we know of.
The recent wind storm was a
very bad time for fires, and we have
several of them to note. On Friday
at the farm owned by John Wiggins,
in Butler county, (the old Tannahill
place,) a part of the corral, grove,
sheds, granary and grain were burn
ed. None of the 175 head of cattle
were injured, and the dwelling
house was saved. We learn from
Gus. Bechcr that the entire loss was
about $700, the loss to insurance
companies abotit $125. John Love
lace, near the same place lost every
thing he had except a threshing
machine. Mr. II HI, a few miles
south of Rising, lost all he had in the
shape of destructible? stable, gra
nary, harness, wagon and three
horses two of them perishing,
hitched to a wagon.
Charles Kiueep, the mail carrier
between this city and David, came
nearly being blown into tho PJattc
river last Saturday. While coming
in with tho mail, on the bridge the
wind had a fair sweep at him, lifting
the bed and cover of his hack oft' the
running gears, and throwing the
same against the side of the bridge,
lie grabbed the mail and held to it,
but the box and cover were mashed
to pieces, and the team was caught
near the Loup bridge. Those who
sit comfortably at the centre-lablc,
near a warm fire, and under the
bright rays of a kerosene lamp read
their letters and newspapers, are not
always mindful of the tronbles and
trials, the adventures and tho hair
breadth escapes of Uncle Samuel's
boys who carry the mails.
Quite a number of Odd Fellows
went to Albion last week to organ
ize a lodge. While there, an acci
dent which might have been serious,
happened to one of the number,
namel y John Hbcr, the fat, heavy
and jolly 'auctioneer from this place.
Going out to feed his horses with an
armful of corn, he dropped partly
into a well that was partly covered
over with boards, and clung to the
curbing, calling lustily for help
which came in the person of Fred.
Matthews, who with other help,
finally succeeded in pulling him out.
One of tho party declared that he
had often heard" of the old oaken
bucket which hung in the well, but
this was the first time he had come
across a tub in a well. The boys
who met John yesterday (his firdt
day ont).were singing "Ding, dong,
bell, Johnnie's in the well." We
may state that the armful of corn
went down into the water.
The Democratic Convention,
Mr. President and Gentlemen of
the Convention: Tho Journal, tho'
opposed to you in politics, takes
pleasure in welcoming you lo the
city, because you are rcprcseutativo
Nebraska meu imbued with tho
western spirit of progress; because
you arc cougregated from every
part of the State to give free expres
sion to your honest opinions on a
matter important to all of us, and
closely couuected with the public
welfare; because you are the plucky
representatives of a political party
which, like old Rough aud Ready in
Mexico, don't seem to know that
you have been whipped, but keep on
fighting; we welcome you as citi
zens of our great commonwealth,
and as the guests of our unsubdued
opponents, the Hickory Democracy
of old Platte. May your brief
sojourn be pleasant.
Home Circle.
Officers for tho present term :
Leader, Mrs. Jennie Smith ; Vice,
W. A. McAllister; Instructor, Mrs.
Emma Carew ; Post Leader, Albert
A. Smith; Secretary, Miss Mary
Bowman ; Fiuaucial Sec'y, Mrs. Ma
ry E. Becher ; Treasurer, Mrs. Mary
A. Rickly; Guide, W T. Rickly ;
Warden, I. J. Slattery; Sentinel,
Mrs. Lucy Gross ; Trustees, Herman
Gross, Mrs. C. J. Dale and Mrs. S.
Snell ; Medical Examiner, E. L.
Siggins,, M.D..
The "Home Circle" is a secret
benevolent order, providing for an
increased death-benefit to those
members of the Royal Arcanum who
desire it, also to their lady relatives
or friends, of good social and moral
character. We bespeak for this new
organization a large membership in
this city.
Letter I.Ut.
The following i a list of unclaimed
letters remaining in the posUnttice, in
rolumhu.o, for the week ending .March
'H, 1SS0:
Dorr, Kngcnc ".tones M J
Dillingham, Wm,H Mukoil Ueorge
Harvey, George W J'ayne Herbert
HaiH, wm llyan John
Rehrens Miss Ida Call, Miss lto;
If not called for in SO days will be sent
to the dcad-letter office, YVashington, 1).
C. AVhen called for please say "adver
tised,' as these letters are kept separate
E. A. Gerkakd, P. 31.
Flax Nectl Notice.
All parties whose names arc on
my book as applicants for flax Seed
on loan, must call for same prepar
ed to execute notes at Rasmussen &
Schram's Store, between the 10th
and 20 of April, 18S0.
E. J. Baker.
District 1.
The annual meeting will take place
at the school-house, Monday, April
5lh.!2 pf m.J Every voter hi the dis
trict stiould he present, as business
vital importance is to bey trans
acted i M. Smith,
If Director.
f I I ,., : -
Card of Thanks.
Mv siuccrcst thanks are hereby
tendered tovlhe MKhnerchor,Society,
the Knmtiidr Guards and'- other
friends for kindness during the last
" 1.
illnessand- funeral, of my husband.
Mrs. Rosia Kummer.
MORUIX To Mro. Isaac Morrln, Fri
day, March 10th, a daughter.
JirLLOCK To Mrs. Geo. Uullock of
Rising, 3Iarch '25th, a. son, weight !) lbs.
LEBS KOEXICt March 21, by Judge
.1. (.5. Higcins, Mr. David !,ebs of Polk
Co., and Miss Lena Koenig of Platte Co.
A DAMSON -MR 1)1) I.ETON March
2.", by Judge J. O. Higgins, Mr. William
A damson and Mr?. Annie Meddlcton,
all of Platte county.
MOODY JONES Neor Osceola, at
the residence of the bride's parents, by
Rev. S. P. Vandoozer, Mr. Josiah N.
Moody and Miss Mary E. Jones.
WELSH Sunday night, March 2Sth,
Johnnie, infant son of Michael Welsh,
aged 10 months and 13 days.
- ItiEDKR At hi residence three
miles north of Jaek'on, of pneumonia,
on the morning of March 251 h, George
Iticdcr, aged nearly W. years.
The deceased came to this couutry from
Switzerland 27 years ago, residing a
short time in Ohio, afterwards in Indi
ana. He has been a resident of Nebras
ka the jjast ten years, an honorable
citizen, "a well-meaning man much re
spected by his neighbors.
Advertisement'- under this head live
cents a line each insertion.
Calicos at 5 cents a yard at L.
ladies' Kid Gloves, only 25 cts
a pair, at Kramer's.
' See the sulky plow attache
ments at Lawrence's.
Valencia oranges and Messina
lemons at Hudson's.
A large, new stock of men's and
women's shoes at Wm. Schilz's.
Choice cider in half barrels for
family use at Hudson's.
Second hand school books at
Ed. Fitzpatrick's opp P. O.
Will T. Rickley pays cash for
Butter and Eggs and vegetables.
Fresh oranges and lemons 40
cts. a dozen at Hudson's.
Wall paper in great variety of
patterns at Dolaud's drug-store.-
Toys and toy books at E. D.
Fitzpatrick's, opposite post office.
Madame Demorest's Spring
patterns just received at Kramer's.
Plenty of the celebrated Smith
wagons and buggies at Lawrence's.
The Whitewater Standard farm
wagon on hand at Schuttc & Fold's.
tor Wn'stFind' ShVes, to tt 1.
IantesNewv Yok CeaXCksJv
Ladies' serge Shoes, 75 cts. a
pair, at FriedhofT& Co's. N. Y. City
fceuIlemcVs iclldloiiU colas
otily3ctatlvratneNr'iv V
Ladies' serge Slippers, oO cts. a
pair, at Fricdhofl'& Co's. N. Y. City
Just received at Hudson's
choice New York and Ohio boiled
To bo economical, trade at L.
Kramer's New York Cheap Cash
Come and try the White Sew
ing Machine at Doland's Columbus
Drug Store.
Men's black wool Hats at 25
ceuts at Kramer's New York Cheap
Cash Store.
Ed. Fitzpatrick sells the most
books and toys, for tho least money,
of any one.
Men's Jeans Pants, only 50 cents
a pair, at Kramer's New York Cheap
Cash Store.
200 pieces spring calico, all the
new designs, at FriedhofT & Co's.
N. Y. City Store.
Oranges, lemons, fresh cocoa
nuts and green apples just received
at Hudson's.
Opening or the IV. V. Clty
Store. FriedhofT A: Co., Prop.
Central Illock-.
Coal Tar for preserving fence
posts, &c, for sale at Doland's Co
lumlms Drug Store.
Ladies' spring gloves only 10
cts. a pair, at Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
The highest market prico paid
by John Harrigan for cattle, hogs,
pelts, tallow, &c, Sec.
Fifty dozen two-button kids, all
sizes 35 cts. a pair, at FriedhofT &
Co's. N. Y. City Store, Central Block.
Mail orders for goods a3 well as
for samples, promptly attended to
and satisfaction guaranteed. Ad
dress L. Kramer, N. Y. Cheap Cash
Store, Columbus, Neb.
Lanterns, all kinds and sizes.
Come and see them at Doland's Co
lumbus Drug Store.
Brocaded silk, striped satin,
summer silks, colored silk fringes at
Kramer's New York Cheap Cash
Seeders, Cultivators, Harrows,
etc., etc., the best goods iu market
at Schutlo & Fold's.
Ladies' Berlin Gloves, at 10 cts.
a pair, at FriedhofT & Co's. N. Y.
City Store, Ceutral Block.
Needles for all Sewing Machines
and Sewing Machines repaired at
Doland's Columbus Drug Store.
Just received a complete new
stock of ladies', misses and children's
fine Shoes and Slippers, of the latest
spring styles, at Kramer's New York-
Cheap Cash Store.
Best Condition Powder in tho
market for salo at 40 cts. per lb. at
Doland's Columbus Drug Store.
Best stock of Lamps, Burners,
Shades, Chimneys, &c, ever brought
to Columbus, at Doland's Columbus
Drug Store.
J. C. Morrissey is dealing in
hogs on a very small margin, and
will continue to do so. Sellers will
consult their interests by seing him.
Tho largest and most complete
stock of men's, youth's and boys'
Clothing at former uniform low
prices, at L. Kramer's New York
Cheap Cash Store.
The most complete stock of
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Support
ers, Syringes, &c, in town, at A. W.
Doland's Drug Store.
We are agents for the celebrated
Sailer Lewis & Co., Philadelphia,
ladies' tine shoes. Call and examine
them. FriedhofT & Co's. N. Y. City
Store, Central Block.
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?Honey Wanted.
To borrow 1500 on landed secu
rity for three years. Address, J. B.
S., care Jo tins Ah office, Columbus.
For Sale.
Over hundred choice residence
lots in Smith's addition to the city
of Columbu?. Saml. C. Smith,
500-x Real Estate Agt.
For Sule.
A good one-seated top buggy
cheap for cash or term9 to suit, at
A. W. Lawrence's Pump and Ma
chine Depot.
AttcntloB, runners.
I am determined to closo out my
Stock of Implement!), aud it will
pay you to call and examine before
purchasing elsewhere.
Wm. Bf.ckkh.
A black and white spotted barrow
pig, weighing about 150 lbs. The
finder will please inform the owner
at G'cnoa, Nance Co., Neb.
514-3 Charly Siiultz.
Notice is hereby given to the pub
lic not to purchase a note for $120,
given Feb. 7th, 1880, and due Jan.l,
1881, to Euos E. Pickering, by John
Devine, and secured by mortgage,
as the same wa9 obtained through
misrepresentation, and will not be
paid. John Devine.
Stock Male.
The undersigned will sell, at his
farm on Shell creek, Friday, April
2d, beginning at 10 o'clock, 13 cows,
4 heifers 2 years old, 5 steers 2 years
old, 11 calves 1 year old, 1 bull 2
years old, and 3 calves. Also a
number of cattle and horses, belong
ing to others, will bo sold at the
same time and place. Terms $10
and under, cash. Above that sum
time will be given to Oct. 1, 1880, on
bankable notes 10 per cent, dis
count for cash.
Wir. Bloedou.v.
John' Huhek, Auctioneer.
Advertisements under this head five
cents a line, firU insertion, three cents
a line each subsequent insertion.
tST-'TbeCoIamba Journal"
and thctmm'cH Agriculturist (German
o: P'uglifch edicion) f a yr., in advance.
jSJ-Keating & Sullivan keep con
stantlv on hand youtijj Illinois stock
for sale. ,
An apprentice to learn dress making.
Wkscott fc Tavkk.
J. C. Elliott keeps the Force Pump.
Every person shodld hate one incase of
Regular Htock Dealer.
All kinds of horned stock bought
and sold; aUo fat and stock hogs.
379-y I). ANDKR30N.
A Illjf Bargain.
I have an Elward Harvester, in good
repair, used one season, for sale cheap
for cash or will give one year's time on
good paper.
Ho! for HarsaiBH-
For sale cheap, cash or on time, two
good ponies, tno good yearling hulls
and one old wagon and harness.
Notice To Teachers.
I will be in my office at tho Court
House on the first and last Saturdays ot
each month for the purpose of examin
ing applicant for teacher's certificates,
and for the transaction of any other
business pertaining to schools.
S. L. Darkktt,
County Supt.
Illnck Frank,
A Canadian Morgan, an excellent
draft horse and roadster, five years old,
weight 13.W pounds, will stand for ser
vice during the season beginning March
lfjth. Terms: single service $t; to in
jure $8. At my stables on Mondays and
Tuesdays; at iiartin BloedorhN, Wed
nesdays and Thursdays; Fridavs and
Saturdays, in Columbus, at .Johnson's
stable. Henry Sen wakz.
Is hereby given to all persons not to
purchase, or negotiate for, a certain
promissory nolo executed and dated bv
me on or about February flth. "1SS, anil
made payable to one J. E. Hamlin, in
the sum of One Hundred and Fiftv
Dollars due on or about Nov. 1st. lSSu":
said note having been obtained by fraud
and without any consideration.
3Iarch 9th, 18S0.
K. (Jrant Dacton.
I will take cattle for herding from
3fay 1st to Oct. 1st, 18$), or during the
grazing season, at $1 a head, furnishing
salt, accessible to the cattle all the
while. My ranche is I miles west of
Genoa, on the Loup. All cattle re
ceipted for at the Kanche, and all must
be branded or definitely marked. Xo
stock receipted for after 4 i. m. until 8
A. M. next day. Will also buy and sell
stock on commission. Address at Genoa
post-otlice, Nance Co.
X. Crabtrke
In the mtter of the estate of Henry
OTICE is- hereby given that the
creditor of said, deceased, will
meet the executors of said eitatef: before
me. County Judge of PJatte county,
Nebraska, at the'County Court-roAn in
said county, on tho first, day of April.
1880, on the,1 first day of July, 18S0, d
on the first day of September, 1880, at
10 o'clock a. m. each, day, for the purpose
of presenting thcii; claims for examina
tion, adjustment and allowance. - Six
months are allowed for creditors to
present their claims, and ono. year for
the executors to hqtUc said estate.- from
the first day of JIarcb. 1830. '
Dated, 3Iarch 1, A. D., 1SS0.
512-3 County 'ludjre.
Break and Stirring Flows,
Sulky Hake, Etc.
First-class in Every Respect,
And farmers would do well to examine
them and compare prices before pur
chasing anything else. 4U-tf
Has opened at her rooms on 13tli St.,
Coliimltu. an emporium of Mil
linerv Goods, embracing a
Large stock of
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers,
2?TEvrrr:ETSl, anil
Together with all other good belonging
to a first-class millinery store. Also I
have a full stock of
Bntterick's well -known P.nileins.
iSTCall at mv rooms on 12th Street,
3d door east of Hank Building. .Il-ljc
t3 Work done in the latest and neat
est styles. Shop on 12th St., east or
Bank. 515-tSm
For Sale in Platte County, on Easy Tenm,
From$6.25 to $15 per Acre,
3Jy J. A. REED,
Office Opposite P. O., Columbus, Neb.
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of Colfax, Rutfer, Stanton, Dakota, Dix
on and Wayne, at prises tanging from
$1 to 10 per acre. olo-3m
Our quotation of the markets art ob
tained Tuesday attcrnoon,and arc correct
and reliable at the time.
Wheat No. I, test 59 lbs.
.$3 2.14 00
. 1 60253
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Com Shelled,
Corn in Ear
Eggs, ,
Onions bu
Fat Hogs,
Fat Cattle,
Good veal, per hundred,...,
Hides, green salted
Corned Beef
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Drop Siding
Ship Lap
Framing v.lOto.20 ft)
Well Tubing (per bunch)
Lath (per 31)
Shingle t (peril)
Doors 2.Sxl'-$. 1?J thick . . .
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" 2-Oxfi-G, 1 "
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Tarre lk t(perlb.) ....
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Vertical Feed
Sewing Machine!
Different From all Others
Contains bat one-quarter 'as mnch
machinery, and is consequently
more durable, less liable to
get out of order, and ea
sier to use than any
other machines,
and always
Gives Perfect Satisfaction
(CENTKAr. Block),
513.530 Columbus, iel.
The New York
: ::?iv-?..
On 11th Street,
Respectfully invites your attention
to the Large Addition lately
Made to his store.
And to the
Hats &. Caps,
Boots &. Shoes,
Men's Furnishing Goods,
adies' Furnishing Goods.
I iim to furnish the
In Every Department, at the
Lowest Possible Prices.
An Inspection of my Stock Solicited.
svw y'Tcj &
New York Cheap Cash Store, ii
lltli Street, Columbus. ;

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