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"WEDNESDAY, SErTEMBEK. 25," 1878.
Vail fr n. RepHbllcnit Slate
The Republican Electors of the State
of Xehr.iak.-i are hereby culled to fccnil
delegates from the fccral counties, to
meet in State Convention nt Lincoln, on
the lstd-ty of October, 1878, at 2 o'clock,
p. nu tor the purpose of placing in
noimnnflon candidates for tiie following
nuHvwI offices, viz:
hie Judc of tin Supreme Court.
One Member of Congress.
One Member of Congress, contingent.
Secretary of State.
Superintendent of PuMic Instruction.
And to transact such other business as
may properly come before the Conven
tion. The several counties arc entitled to
representation in the State Convention
ns follow, based upon the highest vnto
received, either by Silas Garber for Gov
ernor in 1870, or C. A. Holmes for
Regent in 1S77, except Sewnrd, vhe
representation is baed upon the vote
t.fGeorfrc II. Lake for .ludre of the Su
preme Court for 1V77.) giving one dele
gate to each l.'iO votes, and one for the
fraction of 7." votes, also one delegate at
larce for each organized county.
Countiei. Votes. Del. Countici. Votes. Set.
Adams.. . 1,048 8 .Jetlerson... i-7 n
Antelope. 211 .". Jehnson. . . !I 7
Iloonc 315 3 Kearney. . riSO 3
Ruffalo li'M 0 Keith 1
Butler. . . MM rKnox. 2CI 3
Hurt. OSJ " Lancaster 1.177 14
Cass L373 10 Lincoln 433 4
CheVennc . Jcu 5 Merrick .. Sso ft
Clav 1,007 SXemeha .. 1,080 8
Colfax 471 4 Nuckolls . 225 3
Cuming . 409 4 Otoe. . l.N' 10
Custes 1 l'awnee 731 ti
Dakota... 318 3,1'helps 1
Dawson .. 214 I'ierce 1
Dixon .'W7 3.1'latte .ril3 4
Dodge .. Ml 8 Polk. 548 ft
Douglas .. 2,3T 17Itcd AVillow 83 o
Fillmore . . 1,047 8 Richardson.1,327 10
Franklin . :Wl 3 Saline . 1,125 f)
Frontier . 1 Sarpy . .ZU 4
Furnas . . 253 :;)Sjunder .1,01)2 8
Ga;;e 1,072 8 Seward. . 1,130 !
Gosper.. lShernmn .. 1
Greeley.... 1. Stanton... 123 2
Hall ... 773 G Timer . . 431 4
Hamalton.. fi OiVallev . 1S 2
Harlan . . 3?8 4Vash'ngton 1)77 8
Hitchcock . l.W'avne 1
Howaid .. 301 3 WVbster .. . r.25 ft
Holt 1' York 1)13 7
It Is recommended, First, that no
proxies be admitted to the Convention
except such as are held by persons re
hiding in the counties from which the
proxies are given.
Second. That no delegate shall repre
sent an absent member of hi.s delega
tion, unless licltc elutlied witli authority
front tiie County Convention, or is in
possession of proxies from regularly
elected delegates' thereof.
Ry order oftlie Republican State Cen
JAMES r. D.VWES, Ch'n.
II. M. WKI.I.S, Secretarv.
Lixcolx, July 21 187s
Tim: liblc in future will be rend
in the Xcw Haven schools.
At Memphis, on the 10th inst.,
ninety deaths occurred from the
It is stated that Emperor William
is desirous of assuming the reins of
government next month.
The llcptiblican Conveiilion in
Massachusetts nominated Hon.
Thomas Talbot for Governor.
Mit. Chas. Dokli.rk, of Ccd ir Co.
this Slate, has fifty peach trees
heavily loaded with delicious fruit.
LoMtit GniKKix, of Lodi, Ohio,
died on the lGth iiish, aged 104 years,
and said to be the oldest man in the
It is stated that (here is a greater
demand for dwelling houses nt
Lincoln than at any previous tim;
in its history.
Hon. Carl Sciiurz liy special in-vitaUQiL-huS
consented to s-penk at
" Cincinnati on the 2Sth upon pend
ing financial issues.
Wk learn from one of our ex
changed that sugar is being made
from corn stalks in Westmoreland
The district fair held at Fremont,
this State, last week, was a decided
success ; no less than seven hundred
entries were made.
Mr. Edison has discovered how
to make electricity a cheap and
practicable substitute for illuminat
ing gas. Wonders will never .cease.
F. L. Stewart, a chemist of Penn
sylvania has discovered the method
of manufacturing sugar and sor
ghum from common Indian corn
stalks. Wji. M. IIoone, president of the
Mount Vernon cotton mills, was
robbed the other day at Baltimore,
Md., of $27,S50 iu bonds and $37,000
Travel on the Chesapeake and
Ohio railroad was suspended on the
16th. Damago to the road between
Couueltou and Hinton, W. Va., is
Burt Taylor, a notorious bur
glar of Chicago, was shot dead by a
policeman on the 2Lst, jvlitlc fry
ing to escape from a house which he
had just robbed.
It is stated that there are now
154 convicts iu the penitentiary at
Lincoln. We don't believe that
this number is large for a new
O. B. Davis end George W. Keat
ing, well known cattle thieves were
found hanged near Spcarfish, D. T.,
on the ISth. It was supposed to be
the work of the vigilantes.
Ok the 17th inst., the jury in the
case of Sears v. Conrad and otheis,
on trial iu the United States Court
at Omaha, returned a verdict in
favor of the plaintiff for $3,000.
Mrs. Cassadv, of Bladeusburg,
Md., not long since gave birth to
three girls and two boys, who are
all living. This is the largest u um
ber, Bud the strangest case on
The recent election, held at Dcs
Moines, to vote one per cent tax to
aid the extension of the B. and Q.
road from Knoxville to Des Moines
resulted in 1,422 votes for, and but
2'JG agonal it.
News from Paris, under date of
the 19th, states that it has been de
cided to prolong the exposition to
the 20th of November, in order to
give an opportunity for the sale of
On the 17th inst., Ben. Butler was
nominated for governor of Massa
chusetts. The Democrats proper
nominated liichard D. Hubbard for
governor, and adopted a soft-money
Protestants and Catholics unit
ed at New Haven the other day for
the re-estabUshmcnt of devotional
exercises in the public schools, and
carried the question by a majority
of 2,903 votes.
Major General James Shields
was the other day, at New York
city, prostrated with a very severe
attack of bronchitis, and spent a
sleepless night. He was considered
in a verv critical condition.
At New Orleans on the 17th inst.,
there were 03 deaths and 223 new
cases of yellow fever. At Memphis
101 deaths were reported since noon
the day before. Mrs. J. W. Clark a
nurse from Omaha, Neb., died on
It is stated that two hunters re
cently found the camp of the rob
bers, who infest the Black Hills,
about sixty-five miles north of Hat
Creek, AVyomiug. There arc four
teen men and two women dressed
in men's clothes in the gang.
No time has been fixed for the
hanging of Dr. St. Louis, as his case
is pending iu the Supreme court of
this Slate, and will not be disposed
of until the October term, all pre
vious rulings having been suspend
ed until a hearing is had iu the
A wonderful curiosity has re
cently come to light in Pawnee
County this State, a calf without n
hair upon its body. It is now over
three mouths old and weighs one
hundred and seventy-five pounds.
It was recently 60ld to parties at
Omaha, for $105.
The dreaded disease at New
Orleans has assumed a somewhat
milder form, and mortality is less
ened, under date of the 20th inst.
At Vicksburg, under same date, the
fever had assumed a more virulent
form. New cases are proving very
fatal. At this place there is u ten
dency toward black vomit.
The recent hard storm struck the
northern part of Michigan where
considerable damage wa9 done to
property, at least fifteen hundred
trees fell across the track of the
Thomas and Southwestern railroad,
besides doing considerable damage
to buildings and property along the
A dispatch from Portland states
that Gen. Howard has becu gather
ing his captured and surrendered
I".'iinns at Camp McDennitt, and
that they will amount to about one
thousand. Gen. Howard recom
mends that they be taken to the
Indian territory or to some other
The recent ruin storm which
visited parts of West Virginia, Penn
sylvania and eastern Ohio was the
most severe within the recollection
of the -'oldest inhabitant." The
farmers iu Harrison Co., Ohio, suf
fered heavy losses in corn crops,
sheep, &c. From twenty to thirty
bridges in the county were swept
The republican party is for honest
money. It proposes that our finan
cial system shall be secure. It is
determined that the pledges of this
nation shall be made good, and it
cannot affiliate with any party that
proposes to let down the national
honor or to destroy our credit. It
will not bargain for power. It will
stand or fall on the basis of hon
esty. Piltitburi Commercial.
A full list of the number of
deaths and new cases which had oc
cured from yellow fever, in many
localities in the south reported to
the 2lst iust., show quite a decrease
iu the deaths, but no perceivable
change in the number of new cases.
At New Orleans tho cases reported
show a good average throughout
the locality alllictcd. From noon
on the 2lst, to 6 p. m. 12 deaths and
157 new cases.
Oh' IlicliluHd "Letter.
Editor o.ourxal: A few Rich
land items may not be out of place,
as you have subscribers here and I
will occasionally send news, if de
sirable. Wo were greatly shocked
to hear of the sudden dealh of Phil
Boucstccl and tender our sincere
condolence to his family. Colum
bus has lost one of her best citizens
and one esteemed and liked by ev
ery one who had tho pleasure of
You may not lwive heard that at
the Democratic convention on Fri
dav last at Schuvlcr Mr. Jonas
Welch, of Shell Creek Mill, was
nominated for Representative, and
as he is a very popular man with
both parties, and well fitted for the
position both as to ability and sterl
ing" honesty of character, we think
he will probably be elected. It
would be hard to find a better man
for the positiou.
Our grain is not turning out so
well as expected on the average,
though several have had a very re
spectable yield. In my next will
give fuller report?, but ns a rule we
get more straw than grain so far.
It is a pity we cannot utilixe onr
straw instead of burning it, and I'd
hope to sec some of our good water
power adapted to paper making.
Quite a number of fruit trees set
out this scasou, the most noticeable
of the setters out near us having
been Mrs. P. Bell and Wm. Stevens ;
the latter is a very energetic former
and has wonderfully improved his
farm since owning it. He has a line
and thriving orchard, and this, with
a really good house, wind-mill, good
barn, etc., makes a very respectable
laud mark near us. May others be
both able and willing to follow his
Mr. I. Ecklcberry is putting up a
new large stable and adding fruit
trees to his farm ; the spirit of im
provement seems strong among us.
We have another store, opened
lately by the grain buyer II. Thcin
hurdt, and if we get a depot (long
promised at this point), Itichlaud
may yet be a thriving little town.
1 should say Ms. Eckleberry con
templates visiting her Irieuds in the
cast this fall and though we shall
greatly miss her, hope the trip may
be a pleasant one.
Our friend Kodcrick JUcKinzic is
happy agaiu, being blessed with
another addition to his family last
week a fine, healthy boy.
Quite u number of our neighbors
from Wilsou precinct were Iu Oma
ha last week as,. defendants in the
Sears case, but the trial is ended
and they arc back again. Verdict
of tho jury not yet known up to
Saturday night. A very strong in
terest is taken here in the case, the
sympathy entirely with the defend
ants. More anon.
Trebor En yap.
REPUBLICAN CO. CONVENTION.
A Jlnrmonloutf "Meeting; WAt
of IDcIcgntvM The 'tick
Pursuant to call, the County Re
publican Convention was held at
the Engine House Saturday last.
The convention was called to order
at 2 :45 by M. K. Turner, chairman
of the Central Committee and the
objects of the convention stated by
him. John Wise was selected as
temporary chairman and B. Millctt
as temporary secretary. On motion,
a committee on credentials was ap
pointed by the chair, as follows:
John Strasser, D. C. Lovclaud and
N.French. After consultation they
reported accredited delegates as
follows: from Columbus precinct,
Geo. W. Galley, G. W. Clothcr, D.
C. Lovclaud, Byron Millctt, J. W.
Early and M. K. Turner; Wood
ville, N. French; Crcston, S. J.
Wheeler, R. M. Johnson ; Butler,
John Strasser and C. Mecdel ; Bis
mark, Herman Wilkin; Monroe, J.
J. Bump, Wm. Matson, W. II. Cot
ton ; Sherman, John Wise; Lost
Creek, Edwin Uoare, G. W. Shaffer.
The report of the committee was
received and adopted, and after
wards the name of Joseph Stewart
was added by the committee as jl
cgate from Pleasant VuMpj
G. W. Clothcr, G. W. Galle'y and
W. II. Cotton were appointed a
committee on permanent organiza
tion and reported recommending
for permanent chairman, Byron
Millctt; secretary, Edwin Iloare.
On motion the report was accepted
and adopted and the committee dis
charged. The chairman stated the objects
of the convention, and appointed
Cotton and French as tellers.
On motion of Cotton of Monroe,
the following resolutions were
Jlcsolced, That the delegates who
shall be elected by this convention
are hereby directed to support no
candidate for state or national of
fice, who is kuown to be identified
with rings or combinations which
mainly represent the interests of
monopolies and wealthy corpora
tions, as against, the interest of the
Jleaolved, That it is very unjust
and oppressive to the inhabitants of
this state for the railroads to charge
higher rates for carrying our wheat
or other produce to market at this
time of financial depression while
labor and material of every kind
arc excludingly cheap, and that we
favor wholesome laws that will
regulate and limit these charges.
The convention then proceeded
to the election of delegates to the
State convention, resulting in the
choice of Edwin Iloare, B. Millctt.
J. W. Early and M. K. Tiirner,with
alternates, J. J. Bump, John Strass
er, G. W. Clothcr and N. French.
To tho Judicial convention, the
following delegates were chosen :
M. K. Turner, B. Millctt, G. W.
Clothcr and M. Whilmoyer.
To the Senatorial and Float con
vention : T. C. Ryan, D. C. Love
laud, E. J. Baker and J. J. Bump.
On the first ballot, T. C. Ryan
was nominated for representative of
Platte county, the vote standing
Ryan 11, II. C. Magoon 4, M. Whit
The balloting for Co. Commis
sioner was as follows: First ballot,
Geo. W. Galley, S; John Wise, 7:
Herman Wilkin, 2; necessary to a
choice, 9. Second ballot, John
Wise, 9; G. W. Galley, S. John
Wise, having received a majority of
the votes cast, was declared the
nominee of the convention.
G. W. Galley introduced a resolu
tion commending the public life of
Lorenzo Crounse and instructing
the delegation to vote for him for
congressman. Some remarks were
offered complimentary to Mr.
Crounse, but unfavorable to limit
ing the action of the delegates se
lected, and the motion to adopt the
resolution was lost.
On motion, the delegates chosen,
and present at tho several conven
tions were authorized to cast the
full vote of the delegation.
The followiug named gentlemen
were chosen as members of the
D. C. Loveland, of Columbus,
Chairman. For Columbus prcciilct,
M. K.Turner; Monroe, H. C. Ma
goon; Lost Creek, P. II. Kellcy;
Sherman, II. T. Lcuschc; Bismark,
L. W. Temple; Crcston, Silas II.
Tncker; Woodville, H. A. Saun
ders. On motion, the committee thus
appointed were authorized to fill
vacancies. Convention adjourned;
' Ilawkrje," lso. Sees a (ienpral Truth, as well
as a Flock of Antelope and the
ir "orni-l School.
Dear Journal: Surely some
specially happy alllatus rested upon
your editorial labors last week. On
every page there is sonic selection
better, and more thought-inspiring,
than on the other ones. That sen
tence alone, concerning the heart
rather than the head being au essen
tial element of good society and
conversation, is the concentrated
essence of Christian truth touching
the relations of the heart and tho
head. The head sums up the little
we know fully ; the heart takc3 cog
nizance of the infinitely greater
truth which we only presage. Not
without reason, therefore, does tho
Bible call the whole inner man tliq
heart ; not, as we more weakly do,
the feelings alone. You ought to
print that sentence in small capitals
and repeat it once a month for the
next ten years.
The Messrs. Willard arc making
things lively in this, heir new posJ
session. They are bent on having
a city here, which, under tho shelter
of the gently-sloping bluffs, or, in
time, crowning them with fair man
sions, shall render classic the shores
of the Beaver, and serenely com
mand the valley of the Cedar and
the upper Loup. Columbus, look
to your laurels! We arc meditat
ing dire designs against your dig
nity. Learning is rising coeval with the
new city, in the shape of the Normal
School, resorted to by fairer, and I
must think, more hopeful pupils,
than used to fill its 120 feet of length.
The teaching abilities of Prof.
Charles D. Rakcslraw, do not, I
presume, stand in need of com
mendation at Columbus, and as to
the intellectual furniture that lies
behind his practical skill, there is
required no better attestation than
the Master's Degree of the Univer
sity of Virginia, for those of us, at
least, who know how much that
means. I am not a graduate of that
school myself, but I wish I was,
meaning no disrespect to my own
Alma Mater thereby. A man, you
know, can have a double set of
harness. We of the north Platte
region of Nebraska greatly need a
normal and classical school, and
may it never have n less competent
head than in present one!
Returning last Sunuay from
church at Silver Creek, :n company
with Mrs. Lafayette Anderson and
her sou Robbie, and the ladies of
my own family, we started up three,
antelope on the prairie. We judge!
them to have been antelope, rather
than deer, from the pure white of
their bellies aiu cuius, and from
their extrncrdiuary leaps.
Sept. 19, '78. Hawkeye.
Dr. John A. Warder, of Ohio,
author of "Warder on Apples," who
delivered a lecture on the subject toj
tho Horticultural Society ol Otoe
County, last Thursday evening, "de
clared that never, iu any country,
had his eyes seen, nor his palate
tasted better, fairer, or more luscious
fruit then he had himself picked
from tree in the orchards of Otoe
County, Nebraska, during his pres
ent brief visit." Put this in your
pipe and smoke it, ye chronic grum
blers. Lincoln Journal.
Wheat No. 1 . .
.4 i, .
$2 2.- no
. 2 2"Ci2."iO
. l.02 00
2 ."i0(32 7"
2 'SWj- "0
Reaufc "t" bu ,
Good veal, per hundred,...
Hides, green salted,
? 1 1 3 K ............
We give below a portion of the rules
adopted by the Board of R. R. and
Warehouse Commi.sioiier., for the iu
speetion of grain iu tho city of Chicago.
The in-peetion N done by oflk'ials, un
der authority of law:
ltULKII. Sl'HINC, WIIKAT.
No. 1. Hard Spring Wheat shall be
sound, plump and well denned.,
No 2. Hard Spring Wheat hall be
.sound, rraonably clean and of good
No5 1. Spring Who it sh-dl be sound,
plump and well eleanctl
No. 2. Spring Wheat shall be sound,
reaonabIy clean, and of good milling
No. y. Spring Wheat shall include nil
inferior shrunken or dirty Spring
Wheat, weighing not less that 03 pound-,
to the measured bushel.
Rejected Spring Wheat shall include
Spring heat, damp, musty, grown,
badly uicaclicd, or lor any oilier cause
which renders it unfit for No. 3.
In case of mixture of Spring and Win
ter Wheat, it will be called Spring
Wheat graded according to the quality
Black Sea and Flinty Plife Wheat shall
in no eae be inspected higher than No.
2, and Rice Wheat no higher than Re
jected. RULE VIII.
All Grain that is warm, or that is in a
heating condition, or is othcrwie unfit
for warehousing shall not be graded.
All inspectors shall make their rea
sons for grading Grain, when nceessary,
fully known by notations on their books.
The weight alone shall not determine
Corrected by Columbus State Bank
Platte County Warrants
Other " "
School Dis-trict Bonds...
Kxehanj-e on Europe
85 to 100
. 70 to DO
7."i to 90
. 75 to 80
. 90 to 100
" New York. . . 1-.1 of 1 p. ct.
" Chicago 1-5" "
" Omaha 1-10 "
Canada currency, 5 per cent, discount.
Silver change in large amounts, 3 per
silver dollars; par.
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE
Jlceausc our expenses are very small compared with other stores iu Co
lumbus, which enables us to sell
NICE NEW G-OODS
At 1MMCKS THAT CAN'T HE IJEAT. We have one of the best stocks of
JIOTIIIVG. all or the latest style?., that ever r:i brought to Columbus
and at lower prices than Clothing was ever sold for before.
AVe have a full line of
BLUE FLANNEL SHIRTS, and .1 Complete Line of
G-ENTS' UNDERWEAR at Low Prices.
DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
White Embroiders, Millinery Goods, Prints,
BLEACH MUSLIN, UNBLEACHED MUSLIN,
HATS, CAPS, G-LOVES AND MITTENS,
WHICH WE CLAIM TO SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHEIt
STOKE IN COLUM15US. COME AND TRY US.
MORRISSEY & KLOCK,
Store Opposite M. H. "White's Harness Shop, Olive Street.
G. H. KliAUSE & SONS,
(Successors to W. II. WIMKKllOTIIJLH,)
B A R DWAR m
STOVES AND TINWARE.
L A It ( E
S QUAKE DEALING
Have alwavs been the 31 otto of
DEY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Cents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES, 5 FANCY NOTIONS,
Hats and Caps, Gloves and Mittens.
"We are also Headquarters on
Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev
erything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talk is Cheap, hub Wo will not be undersold by any
Straight Dry-Goods House in the West.
A Child can Buy as Cheap as a Man. One Price to All is Our Motto.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
JAEGG1 & SCHUPBACH,
(Successors to A. Henry)
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES,
WINDOWS, DOORS, RLIXDS, RUILDIXO PAPER,
Oak Lumber and all Kinds of Moulding.
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE
Ranging from $7? $12.50
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II 17 1 e
f 17 2V
17 17 2w
2.1 17 .Iw
IS IS 1 c
9 18 li
lS 18 1 c
25 18 1 e
27 IS 1 e
31 18 1 e
3.1 18 1 e
11 18 lw
15 18 lw
17 18 lw
23 18 lw
33 18 2w
23 10 lw
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W M of S W if and SEji
X E i of X K 4
S.E K "nd E of S W Jf
and S W J or S W K
X E K, S E i of X W X,
X Vi and S E 4 or S AV i
and W JSofS E J
X 14, X i of S E H and W
jof S W i
S M of X E i and X K of
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E 1, of X W K. X E A of
S W M and S W i of
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W and X' E J4 20
J. A. RE33T,
TT7' Cirri business you can enframe
JLxlliO JL in- 5 t0 S'-'O Pcr Ja.v mai,e
bv any worker of either sex. ri;ht in
their own localities. Paticiilars and
samples worth J5 free. Improve your
ppare time at this business. Address
Stiusou & Co., Portland, Maine.
S T O C K O F
The bet and cheapest machine ever of
fercd to the public. The proprietors,
having availed themselves) of the expi
ration of patents to combine the good
qualities of other sewing machines, the
public will see at once the advantage
gained. To sec is to convince. 1'Icase
call and examine for yourself.
jSJTricn of these machines range from
SCO to 7..
Mkm. J. K. WEST, Agent,
Olive St.. 3 doors south of Fot-officc,
395-12 Columbus, Xebraska
OF paying high pr
Oils, till you lu
rices for Machine
Oils, till von have called at the
Red Front Dru Store, opposite the Post
QlJicc, and you will get. a benefit. Six
kinds. - l-'-'W
HTJNNEMAN & TOLMAN,
LUMBER, SHIGLES, LATH, DOORS, WINDOWS,
And Euildinp Paper.
Also constantly on hand an :isortinent of HAKD WOOD and WAfiON STOCK'
We make CLOSE figured for CASH.
Yard and Office on Eleventh St.,)
"UT-NKAi: L. V. DKl'OT,
I Mean Business!
Will be ollered in ,
Hats, Caps and Notions,
As my stock must be converted into fash.
'B'jillc i clini, Imt price toll,
1 lmi got the goMl, an! nm bun ml to well.
W. H. HEIDELBERGER,
12th STREET, (2 doors West of Hammond House), 'JS)
D. C. LOVELAND.
LOYELAND & ELLIS,
COKTRACTOES AND BUILDERS!
General Shop Wort Done ;
ALSO, PLANING AND SAWING,
All Manner of Wood Turning Dono to Order.
ALL SIZES OF WELL TUBING CUT.
rrrona: I'lio'vr.s a si'wrvjrv.
BUILDINGS MOVED IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
ALL STYLES of DO'MJS and AVINDOU' FRAME Mado to Order.
Feed and Meal always on Hand for Sale,
Also, Lime and Hair.
23TWILL EXCHANGE FEED OR 3IEAL FOR '.SKA IX.
One Block "Went of the
Clothor Houae, f
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Is now ready for the Fall and Winter Campaign with an immense
IDry Goods, ' .
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
S?Dry Goods have taken a big tumble in the Eastern Markets lately,
and as I buy my goods strictly for cash, I wUl give my customers the ben
efit of it, and supply them with anything in my line at much lower prices
than they were ever known to be heretofore.
All I ask for is, give me a friendly call and con
vince vourself of the facts.
MEDICAL I SUKGICAL INSTITUTE.
2. 5. S-Z2C2S, H. D. t J. C. SCSI'S, If. D., :.'Ciis,
Consulting ftyiebs and Surgeon;,
For the treatment of all classes of Sur
gery and deformities ; acute and
chronic diseases, diseases of the eye
and ear, etc., etc.,
A. X. BL'KOESS. C. E. CHA FIX.
A. N. BURGESS & CO.,
Nebraska Ave., Columbus, Neb.
Bureaus, Cupboard Safes, Bed-teads,
Eockers, Tables, Sewing Chairs,
Cane Chairs, Rocking Cradles,
Lounges, Bat tan Chairs,
Picture Moulding, Picture Cord
and Nails, Bustic Frames,
JSTEverythincrkepton hand, that will
be found in a well regulated Furniture
. Store open Iny and IVlslif.
rPz: U -- m
r. IKTCHStL, H. 5. 33. . KIZZTJ, X.
Pteciis ait Sinn.
e t.'i 1
L. F. ELLIS.
of the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
i:. t. ni i i..u:i.
BULLAED & SMITH,
I K A I. K U -S I N
j X J-IJ-IJ-I j
FRUIT, PltOVLSIOXS, &c
BEST OF S303S AT LOWSST PRICES T
All Farm Products
Bought and Sold.
Highest Cash Pii:e Paid,
Goods Exchanged for Produce.
igTV'ood" delivered anywhere in the
city free of rliargf.
XKW !-t;iMIN; OS IlTII .ST.,
Two Doom Hast of Joai al Oflce.
GUS, A. SCHIKEDER,
COOKING 2E HEATING
Shelf and Heavy Hardware!
B0PE, NAIIS LND IE0T,
Copper and Tinware
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
A would call tho attention of the
public to the fact that we are enabled to
sell our xw.(N cheaper than auv houso
ELEVEXTII STREET. directlv south ot
A. IlenryS Lumber Yard. 40?:x
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