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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1M8.
Call Tor n Republican County
Tim ltrpuhlican electors of IMatte
county, Nebraska, arts hereby cnllcd to
html delegates from lli eural pre
cinct tu initi in Count Convention at
the Engine llouhc in Columl.us, on
Satukijay, Skit. 21, 1878,
at 2 o'clock p. in., for the purpoe of
placiiis in nomination candidates for
lite following named offices, viz:
One Comity Commissioner for Dis
trict No. 1.
One Itc'ircucntative for the 3Sth Rep
resentative Dihtrict (Platte).
And to elect delegate as follows: To
the State Convention to be held at Lin
coln, Oct. Ibt: To the Convention of the
14th Senatorial District (Platte and Col
fax;) To the Convention of the Mst
Representative District (Platte. Colfax
and Butler), and to transact tmch other
business as may properly come before
The primaries for fleeting delegates
to the Count v Convention will be held
in each precinct at the utual place of
holding election (except in Columbus
precinct, which will bo held at the En
gine House) on Saturday. Sept. 14. lb"78,
the pulls to be open in the several pre
cincts from 3 to 5 o'clock p. in. of said dsy.
The Bcveral precincts are entitled to
the following number of delegates re
Columbus, - - C
Stearns, - - - - 1
Monroe, ... 3
Lost Creek, - - -2
Kit-mark, - - - 1
Sherman, ... 1
Crceton, ... 2
Shell Creek, - - 1
Humphrey, - - 1
- C Butler, ---. 2
Uurrowp, - - - 1
Granville, - - - 1
Looking Glass, 1
Pleasant Valley, - 1
Woodville, - - 1
Walker, - - - . 1
It Is recommended that no delegates
be admitted to the County Convention
unless they tire duly accredited from
the precincts they represent.
By order of the Republican County
M. K. Tuknek, Ch'u.
I B. Bon esteel, Scc'y.
Columiius, August 10, 1878.
A drove of 400 bulfalo was seen
recently on the North Fork of the
Lieut. C. P. Rogers wbr killed
by lightning at Kock Creek, W.T. on
President Mac Mahon has com
muted the sentences of eighty
The Bank at Millcrsburg, Ohio,
closed its doors the other da v. De
posits about $50,000.
Wk learn from our exchanges that
there is a 6tcady increase in the live
stock market at Omaha.
Gen. Grant was banqueted by
Kasson, the American minister at
Vienna, on the 24th inst.
TnE American exhibitors at Paris
liavo large expectations, looking
forward to receivo 500 prizes.
Judge G. G. Bennett, of the
Black Hills, wan nominated the
other day, at Yanktou, for delegate
A uewakd of $000 Is offered for
the arrest of parties who attacked
a posse of officers and killed Collector
Cooper's sou iu Tcuuessco.
Jas. Gilmoke, who robbed the U.
S. Express Co., at Cincinnati some
time since of $3,000, waB captured
the other day at Richmond, Ky.
It. O. Adams, of Deadwood, has
been removed from tho post-ofiico
at that place. His successor, at the
present writing, has not been uara
cd. The passengers on tho Dead
wood coach wero robbed the other
morning of money and valuables,
aud the mail sacks of all registered
It 13 generally couceded among
the political friends of Mr. Tilden
that his chances for being a candi
date for the presidency in 1SS0 aro
Alt. over the country benevolent
minded men aud benevolent institu
tions are making contributions
for the yellow fever sufferers iu
We learn from the Schuyler Sun
that Hon. M. B. Uoxic took formal
possession, on Tuesday of last week,
as Register of the U. S. land office
at Grand Island.
Wilson Howchins, living near
Flewanna Court House iu Virginia,
on the 23d, murdered his wife, his
mother-in-law and one child, and
then killed himself.
It is understood that tho head
quarters buildings for the army of
mo natto nave been located at the
Omaha, barracks aud their erection
will commence at once.
TnE Sioux commission had an in
terview the other day with tho Sec
retary of tho Interior iu which they
report that the Sioux Indians would
not conclude an agreement.
A Sunday school boy at Mays
ville, Ky., was asked by the super
intendent if his father was a Chris
tian. "Yes, sir," he replied, "but he
is not workiug at it much."
Charles Smith, a blind German,
living near Grand Island, committed
suicide the other day by cutting his
throat with a razoi Domestic
trouble supposed to be the cause.
It is the opinion of prominent
officials that tho great decrcaso in
the receipts from internal revenue
will probably mako the imposition
of an extra tax on malt liquors a
Sixty of tho western editorial ex
cursionists to the Mammoth cave
passed Nashville on tho 24th. after
visiting tho Capitol and calliug
on the widow of the late President
Polk, returned to Louisville.
TnE Buffalo Express don't believo
the times are hard iu this country
when the people can afford to cou
eume fifty million gallons of
whiskey, ten millions of beer, and
tveo thousaud million cigars iu a
It is stated in tho Washington
City orre6pondcnco that secretary
Schurz is determined to enforce tho
provisions of the lav againt the U.
P. railroad by bringing suit agaiust
tho compauy to foreclose as soon as
the limit expires.
Wm Doban and John Tyncr
were fouud murdered near the
railroad track, in the vicinity of
Pacific Junction, Iowa, last week.
Suspicion rested upon one Joseph
Mc Crary. He has been arrested
and placed in jail at Glenwood.
Elizabeth Tilton has positively
refused to enter the lecture field,
but lias intimated that she intended
to prepare a history of her experi
ence and sin with Mr. Beecher and
leave it with her husband's friends,
to be used by them as they please.
The employes of the government
at Washington City are to be allow
ed the privilege of going home to
vole thJw year.
It is reported at Washington that
the Secretary of the Treasury will
recommend the redemption of the
trade dollar at par.
The shoe-brush and hair factory
of the state reform school at Lancas
ter, Ohio, was burned on tjic night
of the 24th. Losa $20,000.
Fouu young Swedes were drown
ed the other day at Davenport, la.,
by the capsizing of their boat and
throwing them into the river.
Dakfoktii & Co's
feed mills, at Ovid, Michigan, wero
totally destroyed by tiro on the
night of the 21th. The property
was valued at $10,000.
An other victim Mrs. Fclbcr, of
Springfield, 111., was fatally burned
by the explosion of an oil can she
was using to light a fire. She leaves
a husband aud three children.
One hundred aud forty new cases
of yellow fever at New Orleans,
Monday, and twenty -five inter
ments. Weather very unfavorable
aud the scourge on the increase
Lazzeritta, a fanatic of Groseto,
Rome, who proclaimed himself
prophet and Kiug, was killed at the
head of three thousand followers
after they had been ordered to
The officers are having a lively
time in Overton county, Tenn., in
trying to arrest an armed band of
illicit distillers. Tho officers were
raising on the 24th a posse of men
to capture the entire band.
The prisoners in the Deadwood
jail made a grand rush for their
liberty on the 24th, all making their
escape except one. The citizens and
officers made quick pursuit and in a
short time captured all tho escaped
prisoners except one.
The Potter Committee ou motion
of Gen. Butler entered upon its
minutes the fact of the failuro and
refusal of Senator Matthews to ap
pear before the committee and give
testimony and that he be reported
to tho house for its action.
The Burlington Daily Gazette an
nounces the sudden death of Harry
B. Uatton, of Cedar Rapids, on Sat
urday week. Ho was a busy, stir
ring, young man, always full of life
and energy. His remains were tak
en to Mt. Pleasnnt, Iowa, for intcr
nicut. The grand lodge of tho United
States, I. O. O. F., will be held in
Baltimore.Md., on the third Monday
prox., instead of at Austin, Texas,
as expected. This change was
made by John W". Stobes, M. TV. G.
S., on account of the prevalence of
It is staled that the fall of Presi
dent Gonzales, of San Domingo, is
considered inevitable. At Hayti
6even prominent persons had taken
refuge in the British and French
consulates. Tho President's life has
been threatened and a strong guard
has been placed at his residence.
The citizens of Texas havo made
a strong appeal to the department
of state praying for protection from
Mexican raids. Tho petition is ac
companied by a full list of the killed
and wonnded, and a statement of tho
property destroyed, and a map of
tho route followed by tho outlaws.
The secretary of war has issued
through tho keeper of Coufcderato
archives iu custody of tho war
department a tender of free access
thereto to tho Southern Historical
society, which, in accepting, has
extentcd to tho government a liko
privilege to papers in its possession.
Some unknown person procured
an entrance to the bed room of Saml.
Armstrong, a wealthy young farm
er living near Loudon, Ohio, placed
a pistol to his head and discharged
tho contents of one chamber, caus
ing instant death. It is a mystery
who committed the murder, as Mr.
Armstrong had no enemies.
The political campaign was open
ed by Charles Foster at Springfield,
Ohio, on the night of tho 24th iu the
presenco of a fine audience. He
discussed the ground of the policy
of resumption and defended tho
motive of the president in his south
ern policy, while admittiujr its
w : C7 -
character as a partisan
At Vick6burg on the 24th the yel
low fever was on the increase.
There wero then six huudrcd per
sons reported down with the disease.
The colored population aro suffer
ing terribly. In many instances they
drop down very suddenly, as if
fainting. It is impossible to obtain
tho necessary number of nurses of
J. A. Cox and M. Cox, brothers,
were arrested tho other day at Mil
lard, Neb., charged with being ou
gaged in the recent robbery of the
Express train near St. Joe, Mo.
Circumstances point strongly to
these men as being engaged in this
robbery and they were held at Oma
ha under bail of $10,000, and will
be transferred to St. Joe.
A Mr. and Mrs. Tviilee, living
near Omaha, Neb., and a Mr. George
the hired man had some dispute the
other day, the wife taking sides
with the hired man, declaring that
if he was discharged she would go
too. Mr. Tyblec gave her $50 and
George and the wife, the mother of
Beveii children, started for Council
1J lulls, leaving her children behind
Cincinnati has about 800 licensed
establishments from which misery
iu every form, and death in most
horrible forms, emanate every
mouth in the year. Nobody seems
to be alarmed about it. But one
poor fellow takes yellow fever as he
is fleeing from an infected district
and forthwith the whole community
is excited, and an order is issued to
stop the boats, and annoy the trav
elers upon tho railways. Inler
Occan. The policy to be adopted toward
Mexico by the U. S. government is
to pursue the raiders with increased
vigor, where they retreat to Mexi
can soil, and punish them if caught.
The commanding officer of the pur
suing column will not seek a con
flict with the Mexican forces, but
will not avoid it if such forces in
terfere. Tho pursuing forces arc
required strictly to follow thcabovo
instructions and confino themselves
to the single object of their expe
dition. It is understood that the demo
crats have a little blackmailing
machine of thoir own in Washing
ton. The disposition of the mana
gers is good enough, but they have
unluckily not much material to
work on. Cougressmen who care
lessly venture to the capital are
promptly taken in for tho modest
sum of fifty dollars each, and are
certainly fortunato to escape bo
cheaply since the machine is "out of
meat" aud not at all in the prosper
ous condition of Gorham's mill,
which is greased with a neat per
centage of all tho salaries disbursed
to federal employers in Washing
tou. Chicago Times.
TVe clip tho following mention
from a correspondent from Boone
county, published iu the Omaha Bee
of last week:
The rumbling sounds of the com
ing fall campaign can be distinctly
heard afar off. Hon. Loran Clark,
of this place, and the present pro
prietor of the town of Albion, is
looming up as a prominent candi
date for state treasurer. I can as
sure tho people that there is no
better or more capable man fit for
tho position than Loran Clark a
man above reproach or suspicion,
for integrity, honesty and faithful
ness in whatever position he may be
placed by the people.
The Omaha Itcpublican of tho
25th lust., contains nearly n three
column argument including the
citation of numerous legal cases by
Shcllabarger & Wilson, attorneys
for tho U. P. railroad company,
which was addressed to the Secre
tary of the Interior, intended to in
duce him to reconsider the Dudy
motte and Kansas Pacific Railroad
Company's case. It is claimed iu
this argument that all the lands be
longing to the company have been
"disposed of" by mortgage and
consequently are not subject to the
rule laid down in the Dudymotte
The foreign demand for American
beef is on the increase, and this
should tend to keep the prices up.
Tho English demand is very steadi
ly incrcaiiug. Our beef is corn-fed,
juicy, 6wcet and solid, while theirs,
fed on vegetables, is soft, watery
and ill-flavored, so it is said. TVhen
American beef was first introduced
into England, there was great op
position to it, but it was found good
and cheap aud the people demanded
it to such an extent that dealers
were compelled to supply them.
Until the past year nothing but
dressed beef had been shipped, but
now live cattlo are carried across
the "great pond," four thousand a
week, not being an unusual number
from New York city alone.
It is charged that Gen. Butler in
admiralty made a grab exceeding
auylhiug overheard of in chancery.
The case grew out of the capture of
Now Orleans as a naval prize by
Farragut, during the rebellion. The
monoy came out ofthc treasury in
bulk. Gen. Butler, the reputed
author of tho scheme, aud one
Nathan Wilson were appointed
protectors of the fund and were al
lowed by the Court the monstrous
6um of $142,000 as a fee. We hope
that Gen. Butler will be able to give
a satisfactory explanation of his
transactions with this mouey under
tho order of tho Court; if he should
not do so, it will be the first time iu
history that he has failed to explain
away all improper motives and ac
tions ou his part. This, however,
appears to be a knotty case to un
ravel. The Tribune is indebted to Mr.
Philip Gcntzlcr for the following
item of unusual interest. He
brought to his office two packages of
wheat of the Odessa variety. One
contained 945 grains rubbed out of
twenty heads taken from a field,
the crop ot which was volunteer;
the other package contained 53S
grains rubbed out of twenty heads
taken from a field which was seeded
in March. The berry of the volunteer
sample averaged in size from one
half to two-thirds larger than the
spring variety, regularly cultivated.
It is lighter colored, has a thinuer
rind, more uniform in size, has
whiter starch, pleasanter flavor, be
side? yielding nearly two-thirds
more. The straw was larger and
stronger and appeared more healthy
and vigorous. Whatadds additional
interest to the item is that the field
of volunteer wheat was pastured
down close to the ground by a herd
of cattle, which were allowed toruu
at will in the fall and winter. Fre
The Black Hills, as Seen Through
. R. Dean's Spectacles.
E. R. Dean, Esq., returned from
tho Black Hills, on the 13th inst. He
went into the Hills by the Sidney
route and came out by the Ft. Pierre,
traveling a considerable portion of
that remarkable region. Mr. Dean
says money makes very fast in that
country, either in mines or in stock
raising. Laborers aro well paid,
but owing to the general profligacy
they save but little. A great many
quartz mills arc running and more
are being put up. Stock raising and
dairying will be a remunerative bus
iness. No apprehension of danger
from Indians exists in the Hills, but
among the foot hills there is consid
erable danger. He thinks the gen
oral government should increase tho
force of soldiery in that country,
sufficient to police it thoroughly.
Goods arc freighted into the Hills
over four great routes : The Chey
enne, Sidney, Ft. Pierre and Bis
marck. It costs unc and a half to
two cents per pound, to ship goods
by either of these routes. The
towns and roads present the appear
ance of one vast caravan. Accord
ing to Mr. Dean's testimony, the
motto of the present denizens of the
Hills seems to be, "A short life aud
a merry one." Butler County Be
We predicted that Nebraska's
political campaign on the part of
the Republicans was badly arrang
ed, giving five months for the
friends of candidates to abuse and
villify their opponents through the
press and otherwise before tho nom
inations can be made and then only
allowing about live weeks in which
to organize and present and discuss
the issues of the campaign before
tho people We can not conjecturo
a substantial reason for adopting
6uch a plan of procedure. The nat
ural and inevitable result of such a
courso is to get the candidates as
well as their friends at loggerheads,
produce ill feeling and possibly di
vide up the Republican vote of the
State, and thus endanger the chances
of some of the Republican candi
dates. It is now too late to reverse
this order of things for tho present
campaign, but it is in good time to
guard against a like occurrence for
the future by the next Slate conven
tion using a little of their judgment
in tho selection of a stato central
committee who will bo competent
to judge the situation and act wisely
in arranging tho very best plans
and manner of conducting an im
portant state campaign. Such men
at the head of your Stato central
committee will always give confi
dence that wise and proper meas
ures will bo promptly adopted, and
your campaigns allowed full time
after nominations aro made not only
to discuss tho issues involved but to
find out the true merits and qualifi
cations of tho several candidates.
Under the prcaentjnode of conduct
ing this campaign it appears to
afford ample time to get in all man
ner of ridicule, abuse and grave
charges of rascality against men
who have been spoken of as proba
ble candidates. TVe might reasona
bly expect this treatment from a
political opponent but we have no
right to look for it from a political
friend, and a good square republi
can don't feci very good wheu he
submits to it. In tho future we
should act more wisely and remove
all such causes of ill-feoling from
our State political campaigns. By
the exerci80 of a little care in tho
make-up of State central committees
good results will follow and this
ill-feeling engendered under the
present plan among political friends
Wheat No. 1..
it 11 o
Eggs, . . .
Beam $ lm.
Fat Hops, .
2 0002 ".".
Fat Cattle, 1
Good veal, per hundred,
Hides, green salted,
CGLuiratJS riHAKCIAL UA2S2S 22PJSI.
Corrected by Columbus State Bank
Platte Couutr Warrants.. 8T to 100
Other " " 70 to !0
City " 75 to 00
Sehool District Bonds 75 to i0
State Warrants 00 to 100
Exchange on Europo 2
" " New York... 1-.5 of 1 p. cl.
" ' Chicago 1-5"
" " Omaha 1-10 "
Canada currency, 5 per cent, discount.
Silver change in large amount, 3 per
Silver dollars, par.
Take Notice ! !
On and after this date, the undersigned
will sell for
AND WE WILL NOT HE UNDER
SOLD BY ANY.
ALL PARTIES OWING US
WILL PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE
M. H. O'BRIEN & CO.,
Eleventh Street, two doors west of C. B.
Stillman's drugstore. 402
IT. PATS TO TEADE '
AT THE ORIGINAL
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE
Because our expenses are very small compared with other stores iu Co
lumbus, which enables us to sell
iTIOE JSTEW GOODS
At PRICES TFJAT CAN'T BE BEAT. We havo one of tho best stocks or
CLOT111IVG. all of the latest styles, that ever was brought to Columbus
and at lower prices than Clothing was ever sold for bo fore.
"We have a full line of
GUTS' WHITE DRESS SUITS. COLORED CAMBRIC SUITS.
BLUE FLANNEL SHIRTS, and a Complete Line of
G-ENTS' UNDERWEAR at Low Prices.
DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
White Embroiders, Millinery Goods, Prints,
BLEACH MUSLIN, UNBLEACHED MUSLIN,
HATS, CAPS, GLOVES AND MITTENS,
"WHICH WE CLAIM TO SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER
STORE JN COLUMBUS. COME AND TRY US.
MORRISSEY & KLOCK,
Storo Opposite M. H. "White's Harness Shop, Olive Street.
Q. II. KRATJSE & SONS,
(Successors to w, H. VflSTEBUOTIIAM,)
Shelf and Heavy-Hardware,
Store on Nebraska Avenue
COLUMBUS, - - NEBRASKA,
S QUAKE DEALING
Have always been tho Motto of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES, FANCY NOTIONS,
Hats and Caps, G-loves and Mittens.
"We are also Headquarters on
Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev
crything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talk is Cheap, hat Wo will nob bo undersold, by any
Straight Dry-Goods House in the West.
A Child can Bay as Cheap as a Man. One Price to All is Our Motto.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
22th St., 1 D::: Z::t :f Scirss 3:::.,
3Icn's and boys' suits made In tho
latest style, and good lits guaranteed, at
very low price. Men'd'wHiiits tfl.00 to
$P.OO, according to the roods and work.
Boya' faiiits ?3.00 to $4.00, according to
E5TCLEANING AND KEl'AIKINO IXNE.JI
Bring on your soiled clothing. A
whole suit renovated and made to an.
year as good as new for 1.35 424-y
MRS. W. iTcOSSEY,
Dress and Shirt Maker,
1 DOOIt KAST OF SCHRAM BUOS.
Dresses and shirts cut and made to
order and satisfaction guaranteed. Will
also do plain or fancy sewing of any de
scription. EST TRICES VERY REASON AULE.
Give me a call and try my work.
hr?rri not easily earned in these
Jk III times, but it can be made
vil I I in three months by anyone
of either sex. in any part of
the country who is willing to work
otcadily at the employment that wc
furnich. $06 per week In your own
town. You need not be away from
home over night. You can give your
whole time to the work, or only your
spare moments. "We have agents "who
are making over $20 per day. All who
engage at once can makemonev fast. At
the present time money cannot be made
so easily and rapidly at any other busi
ness. It costs nothing to trv the busi
ness. Terms and $5 Outfit free. Address
at once. II. IIai.ltt & Co.,. Portland,
cr E 3
9 s- Sj
S3 - O
m-J ess W
SCHUPBACII & SCUR0EDER,
' COOKING 2E HEATING
Shelf and Heavy Hardware!
E0PE, NAILS AND IRON,
Copper and Tinware
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
VTc would call the attention of the
public to the fact that we are enabled to
sell our goods cheaper than any housa
ELEVENTH STREET, directly south of
A. Henry's Lumber Yard. 407-x
Farm for Sale.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY
acres of excellent farm land in But
ler County, near Tatron P. O., about
cqui-distant from three County Seats
David City, Columbus and Schuyler;
60 acren under cultivation; 5 acres of
trees, maple, cottonwood, &c; good
frame house, granary, stable, sheds, Ac.
Good stock range, convenient to water.
The place is for sale or exchange for
property (house and a few acres) ::car
Columbus. Inquire at the Journal
office, or address the undersigned at
Patron P. O. 103
HHNNEMAN & TOLMAN,
, SHINGLES, LATH, DOORS,
And Bnildinp Paper.
Also constantly on hand an assortment of HARD WOOD au,I V.'AOOX STOCK
We make CLOSE tlgurcs for CASH.
Yard and Office on Eleventh. St.J
BEET.NKAU U. 1". DKl'OT, f
PRICE, HTJNNEMAST & CO.,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
ST. EDWARDS, BOONE COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
MANUFACTURERS and wholcsalo dralcrs In FLOUR. MEAL and GRAIN.
J2TFL0UR, MEAL nnd GRAHAM FLOUR constantly on baud to supply
the trade at Columbus, or at tho Mill. 400
oHv W fir ff9&
The above t -at proves Hint the ilapgood Sulky Plow draws more than 25 per
cent. lignter than the old-fakhioned walking plow, and that It Is the lightest uratt
and best sulky plow In the world. Farmers, como aud see this plow ut our waru-
I Mean Business!
AVIll be offered .n
Hats, Caps and Notions,
As my stock must be converted into cc-h.
Tnllf Ih eli cap, but prlcow tell,
1 Iuivu got the goods, nnd um bound to kcIL
W. H. HEIDELBEEGEE,
12th STREET, (2 doors west of Hammond nouse), 2S0.
D. C. LOVELAND.
LOYELAND & ELLIS,
C0NTRACT0ES AND BUILDEftS!
General Shop Work Done;
ALSO, PLANING AND SAWING,
All Manner of "Wood Turning Bono tc rder.
ALL SIZES OF WELL TUBING CUT.
STOKK FRONTS A SPECIALTY.
BUILDINGS MOVED IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
ALL STYLES of DOORS nnd "WINDOW FRAMES Made to Order.
Feed and Meal always on Hand for Sale,
Also, Lime and Hair.
Custom Grinding Done on the Shortest Notice I
U3TWILL EXCHANGE FEED Oil 3IEAL FOR GRAIN.
One Block West of the)
Clother Hou3e, f
medical a sun mmi.
T. 2. HI7CHZIL, K. D.
Hpciaus Bin Snrgeons.
G. D. KS2:Z3. U. 0., 4 J. C. S2JIBS, U. 3., e.'5ii3,
Consulting Physicians and Surgeons
For the treatment of all classes of Sur
gery and deformities; acuta and
chronic diseases, diseases of tho eye
and ear, etc., etc.,
Thus announces to the public that he
will handle the
This 3eason, also the
All of which machines arc guaranteed to
be equal, if not superior, to any other in
the market. Give me a cIl at the old
wind-mill and pump stand, Olive St.,
Ucan make money faster at work for
us than atanythins?else. Capital not
required; wc will start you. $iiiper
day at home made by the indus
trious. 3Ien. women, boys and jfirls
wanted everywhere to work for us. Now
is the time. Costly outiltand terms free.
Address Time & Co., Aujuita, Maine.
t i, Bj y ..GiiBf 1 S im ill jmT
APIAL 3, 1878.
WE, the nmWsitfiUMl, Farmers, cer
tify that we have this dav exam
ined aud tested the HAPGOOD iULKY,
and find that it dues No. 1 work, both in
Hubble and corn-ttalks. layj out nnd
tinishe a laud iu good shape, it easily
leveled nnd adjusted to any dnj.th.werk
cd equally well with 2 or 3 hnres, U
very ca-v to throw out of the gruund,
and much lighter draft on the team, as
the following test with the dynamometer
made by us will demonstrate:
ilapnood Sulky, carrying a wh, 1C
inch cut. 7.4 deep, areraijedlls . . . 4S2
Havenpr rt walking plow, new, all iu
good order, 14-mch cut, 7.1 deep,
Signed bv Robert C. Carpenter, John
imith, II. Ellis, Heurv Wiirdenian, Hen
ry Liuttke. R. Jenklnson. Henry Har
gchbruch, Fred. Gottschalk, Committee.
G. A. SCHKCEDER & CO., Agents.
L. F. ELLIS.
A. N. BURGESS.
A. N. BURGESS & CO.,
Nebraska Avo., Columbus, Neb.
Bureaus, Cupboard Safes, Bedsteads,
."Rockers, Tables, Sewinpr Chairs,
Cano Chairs, EocMng Cradles,
Lounges, Rattan Chairs,
Picture Moulding, Picture Cord
and Sails, Bustic Frames,
3S3"EverjthInc kept on hand, that will
be round in a well regulated Furniture
Storo open Day unci merit.
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