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STATE REPUBLICAN' TICKET.
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
A31ASA COUU, of Lancaster Co.
For Jitjirtsentativc in the Forty-sixth
E. K. VALENTIN IS of Cumins Co.
For Iieprrscntatice in the Forty-fifth Con
gress to fill Vacancy,)
THOMAS .1. M AJOKS, or Nemaha Co.
For CoHtinyent Congressman,
THOMAS .r. MA.IOKS, orNemahn. Co.-
ALBINUS NANCE, of Polk Co.
For Lieutenant Governor.
E. O. CAUSES, of Scwant Co.
Fur Secretary of State,
S. J. ALEXAN DEltof Thayer Co.
. V. LIEDTKE, of York Co.
G. M. BAUTLETT, of Lancaster Co.
For Superintendent Pullic Instruction.
S. It, THOMPSON, of Lancaster Co.
Fin Attorney General,
C. J.DILVTOBTII, of Dawson Co.
Fitr Land Commssrioner,
F. M. DAVIS, of Clay Co.
For Din. Attorney. 4th Judicial Disti ict,
31. B. BEESE, of Saunders.
For liejireacnlalitc of the Mst Jieprcscnta
' five D'istrict.
DARWIN C. 1.0VELAND.
Flutfr County Ticket.
THOMAS C. HYAN.
For Countv Commissioner Die. No. 1,
Kepabltcnn SUilc Pint form.
The Republican of Nebraska, re-affirming
the principles that carried the
Nation successfully through the crisis
of rebellion, the dangers of reconstruc
tion, and the readjustment of the t-ocial
and biiBluesn Interests of the people, and
meeting the tesues or the hour in the
same unfaltering spirit with which they
confronted the grave problem that met
them on the threshold of their power,
1. Election", shall be free in the south
ns In the north; equal right? of nil citi
zens, as ordained by the amended con
stitution, shall be guaranteed, and it
shall not be dangerous to the life or
limb or a citizen to hold and expres an
opinion and to vote as he pleases.
2. The public ser ice shall be elevated
on a basis or a pure, economical and
efficient administration or uirairs, the
tenure of an oflice to be secured for the
term prescribed In the commission,
during a faithful performance ot the
duties, and the rights and privileges of
an cltkial, a a sovereign citizen of the
republic, should not be intcrfeicd with,
so long as they are e rcised without
neglect or his duties.
3. sincerclv seeking fraternal rela
tions with the states lately in rebellion,
we summon the people to vigilance and
unflinching warfare against the demand
that the "damages sustained by the
people of those stales, in consequence
or the unprovoked war waged against
the Union, shall be paid out of the na
tional trea-ury: and the raids of the
solid south in anticipation or democrat
ic control of the national pure.tniM be
met with the same unfaltering spirit of
resistance which foiled the attempt to
take possession of our public property
with nu armed hand.
4. The authority conferred upon con
gress bv the constitution to
regulate interstate commerce, and
the authority rcicrvrd to the -evcral
state In thei'r domestic atfairs is amply
sulllcient to afford the remedy against
the growing oppressions or powerful
monopolies and the right of the people
should be jealously guarded againt-cx-tortionaud
tvrraiinyon the part of cor
porations and their coml.lnations oi
porations anu tneir comi.inations oi
massed capital, bv adequate state and
i. I lie laitn oi inc uauou Mian ne sacrcti
and its contracts redeemed iu spirit and
in letter, and the nation's honor shall be
held as inviolate as tto; nation's life.
G. We hail the auspUious sign or re
iving trade and industfv, and congrat
ulate the people upon thfs practical evi
dence that the depression which grew
out or the financial disorders forced up
on us by the rebellion is giving place to
returning confidence and permanent
prosperity which can rest alone on a
fixed monetary standard, settled values,
and full security and certainty for the
7. The greenback shall not bv dishon
ored or depreciated; shall ifc made as
good as hones, coin; the laborer's dol
lar shall mean a real dollar; the uncer
ecrtainty or its value, which robs toil
and paralyzes trade, shall cease, and our
currency "shall be the best currency,
because whether paper or coin, it shall
be equivalent, convertible, secure and
S. The demonetization or silver work
ed a fraud upon the people by crippling
the nation's resources lor paying its in
debtedness. The act restoring its legal
tender character, and providing for the
coinage or standard silver dollar, was
timelv and just; but its coinage should
be free, and the SiO'.lO.iMo trade dollars
now in circulation should be mule legal
lend i r.
it. The record or the tlcmocratie party
lu its recent attempt to steal the presi
dency by violence, intimidation and
murder "during the campaign at the
polls: by stuUlug ballot boxes falsifying
returns" and obstructing the canvassing
of votes: bv briberv of elector? and b
pretended return-, from false and fraud-1
ulent elections; roiioweu ay tne tievicc f
or an extra constitutional method or
canvassing the electoral votes; its repu
diation ot its own oiVspring the electo
ral commission a soon a it Tailed to
earrv out its partizan designs; its plot to
precipitate anarchy and revolution by lil
libusteriug in the house of representa
tives until the expiration of the eoiwiti.
tioual time iu v Inch the electoral canvass
should be completed ; and the corrupt bar
gain "Which it attempts to prove it m? do as
a condition precedent to theabandonment
or the conspiracy, illustrate the spirit or
Its so-called democracy, being subver
sive or the constitution, destructive of
law and order, and in contempt or pub
lic honor and deccnev. We arraign this
party as a constant disturber or public
tranquility; a a wanton foe or public J
securitv in its persistent assaults upon 1
the authority and stability of its estab
HshciTgovernuicul: as false tothe nation
in clipping its army in a time of uucer-
tamty and uanger; ss guilty of raise
pretenses in claiming for the democratic
house a reduction iu public expendi-
tares, to be replaced by deficiency bills; J
as dependent upon a solid south and
inereoy suoservicm io us ueniamis; as
joining hands with the miscalled grecn-bark-work-and
labor party to repudiate
the national obligations and to support
itn wild (chemes or inflation and fiat
money; and its farther or greater suc
cess Would be a national calamity.
10. Wc earnestly protest against the
firoposition to withdraw the public
ands west or the loth principal meridi
an from settlement under the homestead,
pre-emption aud timber culture law,
and wc demand that as soon a- practica
ble the Indians now within our borders
be removed t the territory set apart ex
clusively for their uses.
11. We invite all good citizens of
whatever previous political ties to unite
with the republican party, the only ef
fectual: bulwark against national re
pudiation and disgrace, the only organi
zatinn capable of preserving the nation
al honor. This preat exigency appeals
to all republicans to r!e to its high ol
ligation and join heart and hind for the
triumph of the principles upon which
the becurityand welfare of the Republic
A cat-bird was canchl in a nov
trap at Canton, Mass.. the other day.
It alighted on a half-open shell ofa
frothrwatcr clam, which suddenly
closed itc claws, holding it a pris
oner until a woman set it free.
Jtalph Waldo Emerson is said to
frequently get up in the night to jot
down a thought, for fear be shall
Iuririit C Iovelu.nI,
Our candidate for representative of
I he yl?t district, was born at Park
man, Geitujia County, Ohio, April
10th, 1S1G, and is consequently thir-
At the a''c of,
ty-two years of aye,
eight years his
,. , ' .
minor uieu, since
which tinio he has mainly worked
his own way, aided in his earlier
years by his mother, who now live
iit Akron, O., and to whom he is
very fondly attached, ns all dutiful
sons are to good mothers. Uuring
Mr. Loveland's youth he clerked in
a store, thus earning money to pur
chase clothing and enable him to
attend school. Besides the district
school of those limes, he attended
the Western Reserve Institute, gain
ing a fair knowledge of the common
branches of education. Jle crossed
"the plains" to Idaho, California and
British Columbia, in 1SG3, and after
spending three years on the Pacific
coast, returned home. In 1S68. he
came to Nebraska a second time,
locating at Elkliorn Station, and
engaged with Messrs. Loveland &
Creightou in the shipment of cattle.
In 1S73 he came to Columbus, went
into partnership with Fred. Itcimcr,
and afterwards with L. F. Ellis,
with whom he is now associated as
carpenter and contractor.
Iu the character of his mind Mr.
Loveland is intensely practical, and,
having from an early age been
taught to rely upon himselt, he has
attained to a marked degree of in
dependence and lorce ot character.
He is a man of rim and push, and,
understanding the sentiments and
the inlercMs of the people, his prac
tical good common sense enables
him to sec the heart of a subject, as
soon as proposed.
As much has already been said in
this campaign about corporations,
we are authorized by Mr. Loveland
to stale that he is opposed to mo
nopolies of every sort and name,
and believes in living prices for all
kinds of service, the only just and
rational principle of action for in
dividuals or political parties, lie
pledges himself to stand by the rec
ord of his life as a working mnn, in
opposing every species of extortion
and WMing, and, while-he has no
prejudice against railro'id corpora
tions an1 more than against manu
facturing or banking corporations,
ho believes in even-handed justice
from all ami lo all the genera!
welMre is everythinir, and each in
dividual or corporation should be
satisfied with his or its proper .hare.
ICo :i CSviitlvman.
We want a few private words
with the boys. The truth is we
have a great idea of boys We used
to think men were made of bovs.
We begin to think now that those
were old fashioned notions, that
they are all out of date. We look
around and see a great many per
sons grown up, with men's clothes
on, who are allied men. But they
act and believe so that we feel cer
tain that they were never made out
of boys. If they had been, they
would have known how to behave
belter. Where I hey came from we
do not know. Hut what we wish
to put into the ears of the boys is
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u ccl u."i ) grow up to be a
gentleman if he will. It is not nec-
mis u gentlemen, in tins coun-
cssary that he should become rich
and most boys think it is nor is it
necessary that he should become a
great scholar, nor that he should
become a distinguished man. Hut
some impatient ones are asking,
How can wc become gentlemen1?
How can a boy go about making
himself one? Can hcVork for it?
Yes, he can. And the harder he
works in the right way, the better.
Hut he must study with his eyes
and ears. JJcading books and news
papers is not enouirh. He must
Ulliink and feci, as well as speak and
aci. uan ne buy MS .No, he can
not. Money will buy a great many
things, but it will not buy what
makes a gentleman. If vou have
money you can go to a "shop and
buy clothes. Hut hat, coat, pants
and boots do not m ike a gentleman.
They make a fop and sometimes
come near making a fool. Money
will buy dogs and horses, but how
many dogs and horses do you think
it will take to make a gentleman?
Let no boy, therefore, think he is lo
be made a gentleman by the clothes
he wears, the horse he rides, the
sticK he carries, the dog he trots,
after him, the house he lives in, or
the money he spends. Xot one or
all of these things do it and el
may be a gentleman.
By bein-' true, mniilv
and honorable. Hy keeping himself
neat and respectable. Hv being civil
and courteous. Hy respcctinir him
self and respecting others. Hv do
ing the best he knows how. "And
finally, and above all, bv fearing
God and keeping; His command
ments. Tudjre West, olOhio, on Green
back. The greenback i the child of I?e
publ'cau patriotism. Horn of re
bellion and cradled in the conflict.
" wa- the sar ol hope and promise
of icdcmption to PI rtiirirliii"- liberlv.
rersecuied m its infancy by Ilerods
and high priests of democracy, who
sought the young child's lite.it was
jeered for illegitimacy bv the I'en
dletons: buffeted fni-'vinVih.in.lici..
bv he Vnllandinirlmms"- monk..,!
with a crown ot rags by the Thur
inans, and crucified by copperhead
and parricides on the cross of treas
on ; and now, in its reascended
estate and glory of maimed strength,
I he bondmen tp whom it gave free
dom, the heroes to whom it gave
victory, the patriots to whom itre
stored countrv, have sworn that its
old arch-enetnv shall not crucifv it
anew by substituting the worship of
their spurious gold; but receiving
from gratitude a crown of gold and
silver, it shall reign prince of peace
as it was savior in war.
Henry Mickey, the Boston bov
who killed his p'lay-fellow, had read
ihe rheap romances of border lite
until he became ambitious to do
some bloody deed himself. He told
a companion that he intended to
kill somebody, Mid then live in a
cave as an outlaw.
A rorrespondfnt thus describe?
Boston: "It is built like an exhibi
tion, in concentric circles and in
radii, and when you have gone far
thest of! from any dcired point it
seems to be right around the corner."
Ihe days are getting ''short," and
how many of us, alas! can sympa
thize with them.
A Short Sermon on Manliness.
-r r.. ,. nn.i;ci 1....3 .!'
jjearn iiuiii jinn tin nii-ji iito iu
enure your principles nguinsU the
perils of ridicule; vou can no more
exercise your reason if vou live in
the constant dread of laughter, than
M-u ca" jy vou; !'re f '" f,-r-'
i iu cuiimuiii ii'iiur ui ileum, n vuu
it right to differ irotn the
times, and to make a point of mor
als, do it, howuvcr rustic, however
antiquated, however pedantic it
may appear, do it, not for insolence,
but seriously and grandly as a man
who wore a soul of his own iu his
bo-om, and did not wait till it was
breathed info him by the breath of
fashion Sidney Smith.
A widow who had jttst loft her
husband, was weeping bitterly for
the dear departed. A friend tried
to console her. '-No, no," said the
fair mourner. "Let me have my cry
our. After that I shan't think any
thing about it."
A patient boy. Me went to a
neighbor's house for a cup of sour
milk. "I haven't anything but
sweet milk." said the woman pet
tishly. "I'll wait till it sours," said
the obliging youth, sinking into a
The time when a pious editor is
excusable for being profane is when
he jabs the wrong end ot his pen
holder iu his ink-stand and hastily
shoves it behind his ear without
wiping it oil'.
A young lady on being a-ked
where her native plncc was, replied :
"I have none; I am Ihe daughter of
a Methodist minister."
A book is man's best friend, and
Ihe only one he can shut up without
J. I -
The undersigned offers at privat? sale
his farm two and a half miles north ot
the city consisting of
ttgO AJISI'S Of I.4..V1,
fifty acres under cultivation, aud sixty
acres of as good hay land as can be
found, and under a "portion of it is a
very excellent (piality of brick clay.
The improvements upon the place are a
two-story concrete dwelling. 20x30 ft.,
11 comfortable and convenient house; a
wind-mill: a large, substantial shelter
for stock; shed and yards tor hogs;
corral for cattle; granary; tool house,
etc.. etc. Also
133 IIJEA1 OF SHEEP,
mostly ewes, besides hnrsrs.cowx, steers,
heifers, hogs, farming implements. &v.
The location i u very excellent one
for farming and stock raiing near the
city with easy and quick access to mar
ket; a fiftecn'minutcs' ride to the post
office, the railroad depot, the telegraph
olhVe and church.
The site of the dwell ing-house com
mands as tine a view us can be had of
the country, for twenty miles in every
direction, and the place would not be
otrered for sale except that my increas
ing business in the city renders it
desirable to give it my exclusive at
tention. For further particulars call on or
Aaddress M. K.TTKXEK,
G-eo. T. Spooner,
All work promptly attended to and
Refers to the many for whom he ha
done work. His motto in regard to
price is, Live and let live.
1h Building of Cisterns a Sjscialt;.
jSTHeadquarters at the " Nebraska
Call ami see inc.
HARNESS & SADDLES
Jlanuracturer and Dealer in
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, and Collars,
keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
whins, Saddlery Hardware, Curry
combs. Itrushcs Bridle Bits, Spurs,
Cards. Harness made to order. Re
pairing done on short notice.
NEBRASKA AVENUE, Columbus.
MRS. Y. L. COSSEY,
Dress and Shirt Maker,
3 Doors Ht of Stlllman's Dm? Stow.
Dresses and shirts cut and made to
orderand satisfaction guaranteed. Will
also do plain or faucy sewing of any de
scription. IS" PRICES VERY REASONABLE.
Give me a call and trr mv work.
can make money faer at work for '
usthjnatanythin;rele. ' apitalnot)
rcmureu: we will start you. frJuer t
dayathome ni.de by the indus-
trlous. Men. women, hov and ?irl
wanted everywhere to work for us. Now
is the time. Costly outfit and terms free,
Addree True & Co., Augusta, Maine.
SPEICE & NORTH,
Ceucra Agents for the Sale of
Union Pacific, and Midland Pacific
It. U. Lands for sale at from $3.00 to $10.00
per acre for cash, or on five or ten vears
1 time, in annual payments to suit pur
chasers. e have also a large and
choice lot or other Ian l, improved and
unimproved, for sale at low price and
on reasonable terms. Also business and
residence lots in the city. "Wo keep a
complete abstract of title to all real es
tate in Platte Countv.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES!
X t-oniplrt? .Usorlinrnt of Ladies and Chil
dren's Miwk kept on hand.
All Work Warranted!!
Our JBotto Good stock, excellent
work and fair prices.
Especial Attention paid to Bepairicg.
Cor. Olive and ISllt fits.
JOHN WIGGIN S
HARDWARE, STOVES, IRON, TIN-
Ware, Nails, Rope, Wogon Mate
rial, Glass, Paint, Etc.
Corner Eleventh and Olive Streets, Columbus, Nebraska.
'a ihiii iii iiim m
O. B. STILLMAN,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
PEKFDMERY, PATENT MEDICINES. ETC.
Keeps on hand all articles usually kept in a first-class Drujr Store. Dealers
in surrounding countrv will find it'to their i iterest to purchase from him, as he
can and will give Ei)-ROCK PRICES.
Prescriptions Garefullv Comuoiin&ed.
JSTA GOOD ASSORTMENT OF 1VAI.L PAPER ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK.
The Celebrated Diebold, Norris & Go's
and Burglar Proof!
HAVE THE BEST
All leading Rilroa d S. Espress Companies and Banters in tie Northwest hve them.
Not One Lot in the Two fireat Fires in Chicago; alo preserved the contents
in every iufmce, at lndcpt-ndcncc, Iowa: at Central City, Col.; at
Oslikoili, AVi., aud at all places have stood the test, without failure.
All Sizes for Sale anil JIadc fo Order.
County anil ESnnlc lVork ji
D. S. COVENT, GENERAL AGENT, CHICAGO.
WILL. B. DALE, Agent,
2?rie && o3? IMYQ ? E'aXX J3Iitre-ry.
Apple trees, in variety, -f to C ft.. H year, Iowa rown, per 100. ?1S.00.
Apple tree 2yrs irriiwii in Antelope Co., 3 to 4 ft., per 100, $15.00
Siberian Crab, in variety. 3 yr., 4 to. " ft
Cherries. erly and late Rieiimond, 4 ft., lowa.grown
Plums Minoe and Wild fion?e, 4 ft.,
Concord Crapes. tirst-cla. 'J year, per 100. fiUO
Blackberry, Kittatinn v and Snvdcr. 2 Year, tier 100. J.VX)
Rapberr. Doolitlle, Mammoth, Cluster
UN). ? '.im.
Gooseberry. Hnushtnn, 2 years
Currants.-Victoria, Cherry and White Grape, 2 year?
Straw berry. Wilson. Monarch of the West, per 100, " cents
Pie Plant. Strawberry .Mammoth, (extra)
Kilmannek Weeping Willow, well formed heads, 0 feet,
Wisconsin ' " " "
Box Elder and Soft Maple, 1 year, per 1000, $2.50
" " for street. 0 ft.. .
White Pine and Norway Spruce, per foot
Snowball, FJjweriiU' Almond. Lilac, purple and white, 2 ft..
Roses, Moss. June and climbing, in variety, 2 vears . .
Trumpet. Vine. Honeysuckle. WNtina and Virelnia Climber
ronics Tulips Tube Roes and other
This Nursery was established one vear
small fr'Mt rrrowin here, and have. m:u!i
ies so that I can furnish anythins in
rrut rowin? will find it to their interest to yive me a call before buyinjr of
traveling ajrents. I am permanently located here, and expect to do a home busi
ness. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited.
HP-6 J. St. CALLISO. Clnmlm, lYcbrasba.
A. W. LAWRENCE,
AGENT FOR TIIH
AVill hereafter be found THREE
DOORS SOUTH of the Tost Otlice,
where he keeps a full line of every tyle
PUMP, PIPE, HOSE,
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED MILL.
As be keeps a Pump House exclusively
he is able to sell CHEAPER THAN
THE CHEAPEST. Pumps for any
depth well. Pumps driven or repaired,
and Rods cut.
A C.1LL 1D SAVE MOXET.
Retail Dealer in
Retail Dealer in
KECORD OF ALL.
Old Safes taken in Exchange.
Npeciully. Price a
can In; JIjmIc.
$ 20.$2 30
ttil 1 )(!
30! 3 00
and Philadelphia Red per
bulbs, 10 to
ao. and I have a sood assorortment of
nrrfiiK'ntneiifs w-ifh ntichhnrp nnrsor.
the above nrice-li-t. Paiticsenl'aL'ed in
Is conducted us a
Devoted to the best mutual inter
ests of its readers and its publish
ers. Published at Colunibus.Pttte
county, the centre of the agricul
tural portion ofNebraskn.it is read
by hundreds of people east who arc
looking towards Nebraska as their
future home. Its subscribers iu
Nebraska arc the staunch, solid
portion of the community, as is
evidenced by the fact that the
Joun.NAi. has never contained a
"dun" against them, and by the
other fact that
In its columns always brings its
reward. Business is business, and
those who wish to reach the solid
people of Central Nebraska will
find the columns of the Jol'KNai. a
Of all kinds neatly aud piickly
done, at fair prices. This species
of printing is nearly always want
ed in a hurry, and, knowing this
fact, we have so provided for it
that we C!"i furnish envelopes, let
ter heads, bill heads, circulars,
posters, etc., etc., on very short
notice, and promptly on time aa
I copy per annum. ...
" Six nioiitliH . . .
' Tin ee months,
. I no
Single copy sent to any nddrces
in the United States for 5 ct-.
M. K. TTJKKEE & CO.,
Cz::c::::: to 3e:r ri i Ee:i si ?srr.cr 4 Esl::.
Geo. W. IIulst, Vice Fes'
Julius A Hkep.
Edwakd A. Gekkakp.
An.vF.it TuttXEif, Cashier.
Hunk ol 5)oif, Discount
Colled ion I'romptly II:iden
JLny InleiYst on Time I'ot
BECKER & WELCH,
SHELL CREEK MILLS.
MANUFACTURERS & WHOLE
SALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR AND MEAL.
OFFICE, COL UMB US, JV 'Eli.
Dr. A. HEINTZ,
Fine Soaps, Brushes,
PERFUMERY, Etc., Etc.,
And all articles uually kept on hand by
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully
One door East of CSallej', on
SAMUEL C. SMITH Agent,
A TTENDSTO ALL BUSINESS per
J. taininin to a general Ileal Estate
Agency and Notary Public. Have in
structions and blanks furnished by
United States Land Office for making
final proof on Homestead.?, thereby sav
ing a trip to Grand Island. Have a large
number of farm. citv lots and all la mi .4
belonging to U I K. K. in Platte and
adjoining counties for ale very cheap.
Attend to contesting claims before U. S.
Office one Door West of Hammond House,
F. V?. OTT, Clerk.
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN
The Great Trunk Line from th TVet to
Chicago and the East.
It U the oldest, shortest, most direct, convenient,
comfortable and laerery respect tho best lhwrou
can take. It Is tip greatest and grandeet Railway
organization In the United. States. It own or
2100 MILES OF RAILWAY
I'UI.UIAN' nOTEL OAKS are run atoa
by it through between
COUNCIL BLTJITS & CHICAGO I
No other road runs Pullman Ilotel Cars, or any
other form of Ilotel Cars, tlirongh, between the
MlBSouti lUter and Chicago.
PASSEXCERS GOING EAST should bear
femind that this Is the
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Passengers by thla ronto have choice of FIVE
DIFFEUEN'T ROUTES and the advantage of
Elsht Dally IJncs Palace Sleeping Cars
from CHICAGO to
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK,
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS.
Insist that tho Ticket Agent fells you tickets by
the North-Western Road. Examine jonr Tickets,
and refuse to buy if they do not read over this Road.
All Agents fell them and Check usaal llaggage
Free by this Line.
Through Tickets yla this Ronte to all Eastern
Folnt j can be procured at tho Central Pacific Kail
road Ticket Oftlce, foot of Market Street, and at
2 New Slontgoraery Street, San Franrlseo, and at
all ( oupon Ticket Offices of Central Pacific, Union
I'acillc, and all Western Railroad?.
New York Office, No. 413 Broadway. Boston
Office, No. 5 State Street. Omaha Office, 245 Farn
ham Street. San Francisco Office. 2 New Jlont
gomcry Street Chicago Ticket Offices : C2 Clurk
Street, under Sherman House ; 75 Canal, corner
Madison S!rcct ; Kinzle Street Depot, corner West
Kinzie and Canal Streets ; Wells Street Depot,
corner wens ana iunzie bireei.
Far rates or Information not attainable, from
jour home ticket agents, apply to
JUnvIff IIlOIIITT, W. II. STr.NNCTT,
Gtn'I it inc'r, Cbicaco. Ccn'l Pom. A(tt, Chlcocc
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SACKET & CROUCH.
The proprietors are practical millers,
attend to the rivdiu,; themselves,
an J they
Furnished with the latest improved
machinery, they are prepared to do all
kind- of "
RYE AND FEED
OIJOl'XD EVEKY DAY.
CONSTANTLY ON HANI).
"We make several brands of
I'ut recommend tothe trade our AI.
IJION 31 ILLS
It if a uperior article mde
CHOICE SELECTED WHEAT.
A full, freh xupply of groceries,
STAPLE AND FANCY,
lint opened, and for sale st low-down
ST Olive Strovt, opposite
CITY MEAT MARKET,
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oi.ivi: st.. opiositi-: jia.il
AVill keep on hand all kinds of Frehh ,
and Salt Meat., aNo Sausage, Poultry,
Freh Fish, .. all iu their season. 1
Cash paid for Hides, Lard ami Ha- ,
con. AV1LL.T. ItlCKLY. ,
CENTRAL MAT MET:
ov mil street.
Dealers In FreWi and Salted Meat.
Ac. Town Lots. Wood. Hides. ,fcc.
Columbu-i, June 1, 1T7.
S. J. MARMOY, Prop'r.
Nebraska Ave., South of Depot,
COI.U.IIHUS, A Ell.
A new house, newly furnished. Good
accommodation?. Board by day or
week at reasonable rates.
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