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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25, 1S7S.
The county eeat of Greeley coun
ty slays at Scotia.
The new school house in Grand
If land, co6t $20,000.
Refuksektative "Williams, of
Michigan, is dangerously ill.
Senatou Paddock will accept our
thanks for public documents.
Tiikee beys were drowned at
Xorth Cambridge, Boston, on the
21st, while skating.
Omaha and Council Bluffs are
somewhat interested over a railroad
project from the south.
M. Lambehtsox has been con
firmed as United States attorney
for the district of Nebraska.
The bill appropriating $450,000
for transportation of mails by rail
roads has passed the House.
From the Xorth Platte, up to the
20th, horse stealing by the Indians
Ftill seems to be the order of the
Gold 6old at par in New York on
the 17th, for the first time since the
suspension of specie pavmcnls, in
Ak exchange says that a Cots
wold sheep in Fillmore county has
a coat of wool twenty-one niches in
It is stated in an exchange that
fiftccu hundred women and girls
work in printing offices in New
Ahmed bands of desperadoes have
arrived at Austin, Texas, from New
3Iexico,and they show signs of mak
A dispatch from Constantinople
t-ays Homer will be expelled from
Turkey with the consent of the
Judge Tiiuiiman in speaking of
the elections in the South in reply
to Blaine, declared thai "intelligence
and property must ride.'
Patrick Boukke and family of
five children were all burned to
death by fire in their home on the
night of the 19th at Cohoes, N. Y.
A model New York clerk i-s stat
ed to be only nineteen years old, and
the list of his achievements includes
burglary, embezzlement and forgery.
It is staled that llie Indians at
lied Cloud agency are about out of
provisions, and are becoming un
easy, with no immediate prospect ol
Ox the 17th insl., Blaine's resolu
tion for a committee to investigate
recent election fraud, as amended,
was agreed to by the following vote,
yeas 5G ; nays G.
A call was issued on the lSth by
the secretary of the treasury for
$10,996,100, being the last of the
bonds outstanding under the act of
March 3d, 1SG5.
The Democracy have found that
the best way to answer Blaine is to
maintain a masterly silence. Blaine
is not Blaine unless he has some one
so "sauce back."
Dn. Mevl, who some time since
robbed thejrravcyard at Zanesville,
Ohio, was sentenced the other day
to one year's imprisonment, and to
pay a fine of $1 000.
The secretary of the treasury has
authorized the public debt falling
due on the lt of January, 1S79, to
be paid in coin or currency, as the
claimant may prefer.
The death of Congressman Doug
lasB.Bevcrly.of Virginia, was report
ed on Sunday 5 a. m. at the Nation
al Hotel. His body was taken to
Richmond for interment.
Representative O. S. Williams
died at -4 o'clock on the morning of
thu21st. His remains will ba taken
charge of by a congressional com
mittee, and taken to Detroit.
IvEARNEvhasau acquisition oft wo
more new papers, the ITonpariel
and Citizen. The citizens of Kearney
will not, in the future, lack for the
waut of newspaper literature.
From Menlo Park, N. Y., we have
the intelligence that Senator JIc
Phcrson's fine residence burned on
the night of the 22d, the inmates
barely escaping. Loss $40,000.
"We notice among the Senate con
firmations under date of the 19th,
that our old friend Suiul. A. Rusell,
has been confirmed as Indian agent
at Apache Agency, New Mexico.
George Williams and Benjamin
Bonvil, convicts in the Ohio peni
tentiary, escaped therefrom on the
mortihig of the 19th by scaling the
walls of the prieou by means of a
Idleness, coupled with poverty,
is a great incentive to crime. It is
just as necessary that every boy
should have a trade as that he
should have education sufficient to
transact any ordinary business with
his fcllow-meu. Omaha Bee.
Franks Hall, a large brick build
ing iu Kansas City, fronting the
public square, fell on the moruing
of the 19th with a terrible crash,
burving several men iu the ruins.
William Gill and Thomas O'Connor 1
killed ; John Ryan, Patrick Madden
and Ed. Fitzgerald badly injured.
Claudius Jones, the banker at
Seward, has had a suit decided
ngaiiist him, making an addition of
$11,000 to his assessment returns.
Jones claimed that the additional
sum was in U. S. bonds. The de
cision of Judge Post was that he had
jia.de the investment for the pur-
ti... i.r nvoilitiir (aviation
Il ft L'4V.9 lUAWUVUt i
Tvpnus fever has appeared among
the British fleet iu the Sea of Mar
mora. A new lino of steamers has been
established, which will run from
Savannah to Cuba.
The St. Louis bridge was sold
last Friday for $2,000,000. It is safe
to say that uo priuter bought it.
Gen Grant intended to visit
Ireland about Christina:, which will
be his last jaunt before his depar
ture for India.
The business of catching, opening
and shipping oysters in Virginia
usually gives employment to ten
The steamer Byzantinc,from Mar
seilles for Constantinople, sunk iu a
collision on the 19th. One hundred
and fifty lives aie supposed to be
Judge Valentine was holding
District Court at Omaha last week.
He was disposing of cases in which
Judge Savage was formerly at
torney. The House resolution for a hol
iday recess was amended in the
Senate and adopted, and as it now
stands, give a recess from the 20lh
of December to the 7th of January.
The funeral services over the re
mains of the late Minister Taylor,
were held at the American legation
last Sunday, after which tho body
will await transportation to this
We learn from the Omaha Bee
of the lSth that Mrs. George P.
Gordon, widow of the inventor of
the Gordon printing press, was a
passenger on the west bouud train
on the 17lh.
The agitation among the Russian
students at St. Petersburg is increas
ing and spreading throughout the
empire. The carrying of arms and
holding private meetings has been
A special to the N. Y. Sun from
Cincinnati says Archbishop Purcell
and his brother Edward are unable
to repay the moneys deposited by
by Catholic friends. Their notes
have gone to protest.
Uncle William Scott, a colored
man, at present a resident of Balti
more, it is stated with a very fair
show of truthfulness, has attained to
the wonderful age of 149 years, and
is still in apparent good health.
The death of Minister Bayard
Taylor was telegraphed from Berlin
on the 19th December, 1S7S, which
occurred at 4 o'clock p. in. He had
been out of bed, and had transacted
business with American officials.
Fatal symptoms came on suddenly,
and his death was peaceful and
The dressing of fur skins was
once carried on iu Albany, N. Y.,
but it appears now to be a lost art
in that place, as it is stated that all
seal skins now used in thiscountry
arc dressed in England. Alaska
seals are shipped to England, to be
returned at heavy duty.
The cotton crop this year iu
Nurth Carolina was very good and
of a superior quality, owing to im
proved methods of farming that arc
coming into use. The sales of cot
ton iu Raleigh have been much
larger and more active this year
than at auy period since the war.
There appears to be no anxiety
on the part of senators to serve on
Blaine's investigating committee.
Blaine declines, to serve as chairman,
feeling that he can deal with evi
dence taken more freely outside of
the committee. All members of the
senate judiciary committee have de
clined to act.
The citizens of Omaha arc rejoic
ing at their fair prospect of obtain
ing an other railroad, which iu all
probability will terminate at that
city. This road is known as the
Chillicothc extension of the St.
Loui, Kansas City and Northern
railway, which iu length will be on
ly about two hundred miles.
It is alleged in army circles that
Lieut. Blair of the U. S. Army had,
at the time of his recent marriage
with Mrs. Granger, an other wife,
and children living in Scotland.
Steps are being taken to prosecute
him for bigamy, aud to court niar
tiat him for conduct unbecom
ing an officer aud a gentleman.
When akcd for an explanation
of the sudden fall iu gold at New
York, it is ttated that Register
Mcrscreans said "it is very simple.
It costs 2 per cent, to carry gold.
While currency is worth 2 per cent,
it is cheaper to sell it even at par
than it is to keep it. That is the
secret. The only party that can
afford to carrv it is the government."
Gov. Garber has issued a procla
mation offering $200 reward for the
capture of the parlies who barbar
ously murdered Mitchell and Ketch
urn in Cusler county. Two hun
dred dollars being the highest re
ward allowed by law, the governor
in his forthcoming message will
leconimend to the legislature an
appropriation of $10,000 for the con
viction of these men.
The Sioux City Journal received
a dispatch the other day from the
Indian agent at the Yankton agency
that the story that about seventy
Indians left the agency in pursuit of
food is entirely false. Some Indisns
got a permit to go below aud some
stragglers fell out of line on their
return aud imposed upon the whites.
At the agency they are well fed aud
clothed and are doing well.
Senator Paddock on the 17th
called up the bill recently reported
from the committee on military af
fairs to amend the posse comitatus
clause of the army appropriation
bill for the preseut fiscal year, and
amendments were agreed to so as to
include the states of Nebraska, Kau
sas, Colorado, Oregon, Nevada and
the territories subject to Indian in
surrection. The bill then passed.
The case of James E. Whalen
against General Sheridan, pending
in the U. S. Circuit Court iu New
York, for the recovery of damages
for the seizure of Whalen's plantation
in Louisiana in 1SG7, returned a
verdict on tho 20th in favor of the
defendant. At tho time General
Sheridan made the order he was the
military Governor of the situation.
A motion will be made for a new
Great destitution and suffering
exist in portions of England, and
Scotland has her share of suffering
poor. At Birmingham means for
raising and distributing relief had
been adopted. At Sheffield 2,000
children and 3,000 adults received
aid last week. At Stockton the
distress is great and on the increase.
At Glasgow the distress is unexam
pled. The streets are swarming
with idle and starving people.
The Chicago Tribune has a special
from Washington City, of recent
date which states that Virginia has
again introduced the whipping-post,
and public whippings in Alexandria,
almost in sight of the National Cap
itol are of frequent occurrence.
Moses Ford, a colored man, was
recently arrested for stealing, and
was publicly whipped at Norfolk
the other day, and he became so op
pressed with a sense of shame, that
immediately after he got home, pro
cured his gun, shot himself in the
head, blowing away a part of his
skull and scattering hi brains over
A resolution was adopted in the
House the other day asking the sec
retary of the interior to report why
the Chcycnncs who were engaged in
the late massacres in Kansas, and
depredations in this State have not
been surrendered to the State au
thorities for trial. This is a very
proper question to ask Mr. Scliurz,
and one that deserves to be answered
with considerable more alacrity
than the secretary has chosen to ex
hibit. If he is not willing to trans
fer the Indians to the management
of the War department, he must not
stand in the way of just punishment
for their fiendish crimes.
Judge Hilton of New York, it
appears from recent correspondence
published in the newspapers, can
not, by offers of contribution of
money, buy back the good feelings
of the Hebrews of New York City,
which he so signally forfeited when
he issued his edict prohibiting them
from occupying rooms in the Grand
Union Hotel, Saratoga, in the sum
mer of 1S77. The Judge writes
Mrs. Stewart desires to contribute
$500 to the funds of the Mount
Sinai Hocpital. Your treasurer can
have this amount by calling upon
me with this letter any afternoon
after 2 o'clock. It is highly proba
ble that the treasurer will not call.
Later accounts from Berlin speak
briefly of the funeral services of
Minister Bayard Taylor, which took
place on the 23d at 2 o'clock. An
aide-de-camp, Count Lehendarf, rep
resented the Emperor; Major Von
Parmaritz represented the Crown
Prince and Count Von Busiow and.
Count Philipshorn, of the foreign
office. All ambassadors were pres
ent. The funeral procession was
followed by two six-horse carriages
belonging to the Emperor and Em
press, the carriage of the Crown
Prince and a number of private car
riages, and many mourners. A
dense crowd of people lined the
streets through which the pi occasion
One of The Twin BCelics.
It is not an uncommon belief that
all "Mormons,"or Latter Day Saints,
arc polygamists, but such is by no
means the fact. The original ad
herents to the doctrines of the Book
of Mormon, and the more intelli
gent of the church as at present con
stituted are not polygamists, in
theory or in practice, but are heart
ily aud eutirely opposed to it, and
uone, so well as they, understand
the enormity of the evils hid under
the cloak, Polygamy. Outside of
the territory of Utah there are but
few polygamists, and to-day there is
no class of people in the United
States who have done more effectual
work against the "Asiatic barbarity"
than the Joseph Smith Mormons.
An address delivered at Syracuse
by Hon. Schuyler Colfax, in Sept.
last, aud recently published, has
served to attract fresh attention to
the subject, which with slavery, the
Republican party at its organization
denounced as twin relics of barbar
ism. Among other things Mr. Col
fax shows that the practice of
polygamy was a parasitic growth, a
fraud palmed off upon the too-credulous,
and that the Book of Mormon
is as severe iu its denunciation of
polygamy, as the laws of the United
The history of the conflict in Utah
between the United States authori-
j tics and the law-breaking, law-defy -
ing polygamists, is full of deep
interest, and will doubtless be read
and re-read until the public opin
ion of the nation will be so roused
to action that the system will be
wiped out of existence.
Such a result, we are confident, is
most ardently desired by the great
body of people in the United States,
aud by none more 60 than the fol
lowers of Joseph Smith, the True
Latter Day Saints. To this result
the original Republicans are pledg
ed, aud that pledge, for one, we feel
like seeing made good.
For tbe Journal.
The Price of lVlicnt.
During the past week I have
heard many farmers complain of
the low price of wheat. It struck
tne that iu the last ten years wheat
had, two or three times, been as low,
or nearly so, as at the present time.
In looking over the rates paid in
Chicago, for December, the past ten
years, I find the following prices:
In Dec. Price.
$1.17 to $1.18
The next table shows the amount
of wheat raised in each year for the
last ten years, aud the amouut ex
ported each year.
3 ear. liaised.
28 1, 372,000
1ST7 300,000,000 100,000,000
And up to this time of the crop of
187S, there has beeu exported 72,
Taking gold as a basis of values,
wheat iu the years 1SG9 and in 1874,
was lower than it is now.
There are some 5,000,000 bushels of
wheat in store in Chicago, now, the
largest on record, and the prospect
of a foreign demand is peculiarly
gloomy, as the business of the coun
tries to which we have been ship
ping is badly crippled, and the
laboring classes are idle, and are
unable to purchase at any price.
With these facts before us, should
the farmer wait for a higher price
before selling? This is a question
difficult to answer. About four
weeks ago it was asserted that
Eastern and Western capitalists had
combined for the purchase of
the better grades of spring wheat.
This, no doubt, was a fair business
transaction as fairness now goes.
The above table shows that the
average monthly price of No. 2
spring wheat for December is fLOG
per bushel. I find that the average
price for the same wheat for the
month of April for the past ten
years is $1.22,s' per bushel. From
this it would appear that the farmer
would be safe iu faking the chances
of an advance in the price of wheat.
I give you this to show what I
conceive to be the only method of
looking at the chances of wheat
being worth more than 55 cts. per
bushel, in Columbus, within the
next four months. x. y.
Since our last communication Wm.
Meuicc has lost another child, a hoy
one year and eight months old. He
died ol inflammation of the brain.
There is considerable sickness
among the children hereabouts.
Mrs. John Lymath has been seri
ously ill for a long lime, but is now
A late arrival at Geo. Lymath's,
it is a girl and weighed five aud a
half pounds. Mother and child do-,
ing well. Of course it is the finest
child, "entirely,'" and both parents
John Krudson and brother are
building a blacksmith and wagon
shop. Thus improvements still con
tinue, notwithstanding the hard
We have, also, a shoemaker a lit
tle at one side, not just at the ceutre
Claws l-eNiution, &c.
The Syracuse Journal, noting that the
code now preparing by a commi.!ion U
said to contain objectionable features;
that it contains too much class legiM'a.
tion and is adapted to increase the busi
ness of the legal fraternity, says ,4the
pre-s should watch this thing closely."
"Wc showed the above item to
Lion. J. H. Atnes, member of the
commission at work on the new
code of laws, and "ot the following
If giving mechanics and subcon
tractors a secure lien for their ser
vices ; if providing that a homestead
exemption shall be an exemption in
fact and not iu name; if the lowering
of interest from 10 to S per cent; if
the reduction of penalty for delin
quent laxes from 40 to 20 per cent. ;
if the rights of the people are sub
served by provisions which shall
hold public officers to a stricter ac
couniabliity; if more rigid provis
ions arc made for the collection of
taxes on the propetty of persons and
corporations which, under existing
laws escaped taxation ; if reductions
in fees of officers, aud an increase iu
jurisdiction of county courts,
rendering litigation le9 expensive;
it the enactment of better laws lor
the settlement of estates of deceased
pcrsons; if providing means for les
expensive municipal government ;
it an tins and mucli more or the
same sort be "class legislation," then
the new code is full ol it. Lincoln
JAEGGI & SCHUPBACH,
(Successors to A. Henry)
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES,
WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAPER,
Oak Lumber and all Kinds of Moulding.
GUS. A. SCHRCEDER,
Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
IRON, NAILS, ROPE,
I CARRY NOTHING BUT
THE VERY BEST OF GOODS,
AND WILL SELL
AT BED-ROCK PEICES.
Call and sec my well-assorted line of Heating stoves, on which I will give
11th St., South of Jaeggi & Schupbach's Lumber-yard.
Have alwavs been the 3Iotto 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
erything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talk is Chen.p, hut We will not be undersold by any
Straight JUry-Goods House in the West.
A Child can Buy as Cheap as a Man.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF
CLEARING OUT SALE
HATS, CAPS AND GLOVES.
I am selling out my entire stock of the
AT COST, FOE CASH ONLY.
AT THE OLD POST OFFICE STOKE.
U. S. Land Office, Grand Island, N"eb.,
Dec. Gth, 1878.
.COMPLAINT bavin-: been entered at
J lhi otliee iy Robert i.inu against
John O. Kogers for :ib:iudniiin bis
Homestead Entry, Xo. 7311, dated
April -ah, 1878, "upon the south J4
of north wcit i. Section 20, Township 21)
north of K.injru 1 west, in IM.itte eounty,
Nebraska, with a view to tbe cancella
tion of aid entry: the ..iid parties are
hereby summoned to appear at thi-, otliee
on tlie lUih day of January. 1879, at Hi
o'clock a. in., "to respond and furnish
totimony concerning said alleged aban
donment! Depositions to be ued in
said cae will be taken January 8th,
1870. at 10 o'clock a. in., at the otilce of
Spcice fc Xorth. Columbu, Xeb.
31. B. HOXIE. KegNter.
44S-4 "VM. AX VAX, Receiver,
TIMBER CULTURE NOTICE.
U.S. Land Office, Gr.md Island, Xclr..l
December Iflth, l,!i. f
COMPLATXT having been entered at
this otliee by Victor Yung against
Adam AValUingshaw for failing to plant
any timber, eed, nuts or cuttings a
required by law on hN Timber-Culture
Entry No. 440, dated April 2fltb. 18T,
upon the northuet Section 10, Town
ship '20 north, Range H west in Platte
County. Xebra-ka, with a view to the
cancellation of said entry: the said par
ties arc hereby summoned to appear at
thi otliee on the 27th d.iy of January.
1ST0. at 10 o'clock a. in., to" respond and
furnish testimony concerning said alle
gations. Depos tions in said cae will
be taken at the otliee of Speice & North,
Columbus. IMatte Co., Xebr.- January
23d, lbTO, at 11 o'clock a. m.
M. B. IIOXIP:. Register.
450-4 A'M. AXYAX, Receiver.
ZSTOjfice: Eleventh St., onetloor east
of Jovr.XAL building, up-stair?.
Tin and Woodenware,
One Price to All is Our 3Iotto.
HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
' CROWN JEWEL,'
THE FIXEST AXD REST,
Hard-Coal Stove in the Country,
Resides other kinds too numerous to
mention. IST'IIeating Stoves, with or
without oven attachment, at
Prices Lower than Ever Before.
Near Matthis's Bridge.
JOSEPH BUCHER, - Proprietor.
JSTThc mill Is complete In every par
ticular for making the best of flour. "A
squnrc, fair business" Is the
VIRTUE of an order of sale di
rected to me from the Clerk of
District Court of Platte County, Ne
braska, on .i judgment ami decree ob
tained before the said District Court at
Us December adjourned term, A. D.,
187", of Platte County, Nebraska, in
favor Of Andrew J. Hodges, as Plaintiff
and against John AVitchey and Victoria
C. AA'itchey as Defendant., for the sum
of four hundred and thirty-live dollars
and ninety-seven rents and the further
sum of forty-three dollars and uTty.niuc
cents, attorney's fees, and co.H taxed
at $D.U7and accruing costs, I have levied
upon the following real estate, situate
in said Platte County, taken as tbe
property of aiil Defendant-", to satisfy
said order of sale, to wit:
Tbe Ielaud No. four (t), of Section
nine (!), Township X. -ivtoen (1(5), or
Kange out- (J; wet, in the district of
lands subject to sate at Omaha, Nebras
ka, containing sixty and fortv-one hun
dredth acres according to the United
State patent of the same; alo north half
(')of the northwest quarter (Vi) of See
lion four (-1), Tow hii( Xo.MXteui (1U),
and the south half () of the southwest
quarter () or Section thirty-three (33).
in Township seventeen (17), north of
Hange one ( 1) west, t-ont.iiuiug one hun
dred and tilt y one and twenty-cven
hundredth (l."il.2i) acres according: to
United Mate intent of same, and will
otter the same for sale to the highest
bidder, fur c.i-h iu hand on the 2td dar
of January, A. D.. lS7l. iu front of Court
Home, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of
said day, when auI ivHtc ilm- attend
ance will be given bv the undersigned.
Dated at Columbus, tin lTlh dar or
HEX.IA.AUX SIM ELM AX,
Sheriff of Miiil Countv.
HUNNEMAN & TOLMAN,
LUMBER, SHIIGLEUATl DOOBS, WINDOWS,
And Suildinp Paper.
Also coiM.tntl on hand an assortment of HARD WOOD and "WAGON &TOCK
We make CLOSK llgure? for CASH.
Tard and Office on Eleventh St.,
HiT'NKAit t.. i. iiKror, i
Will be offered Mi
Hats, taps, and Notions,
An my tock nuit be converted into cash.
TTnlJ I clirnp, but price toll,
1 Imvc got the ool.", xinri am bound to cll.
W. H. HEIDELBEKGEK,
12th STKEET, (2 doori
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Is now ready for the Fall and Winter Campaign with an immensa
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
BQr Dry Goods have taken a big tumble in the Eastern Markets lately,
and as I bay my goods strictly for cash, I will 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.
AH I ask for is, give me a friendly call and con
vince vourself of the facts.
MEDICAL I IWMl INSTITUTE.
r. sjitcszll, ::. a,
s. a. ar2:z2. v. s. t :. c. zzsizz, a. a., -.i cii.
Consulting Physicians and Surgeons,
For the treatment of all classes ofSur
gery and deformities; acute and
chronic diseases, diseases of the eye
and ear, etc., etc.,
J. M. HONAHAN,
Boots p Shoes.
Fir:t-Cb Work and M Mitsrial.
ISTFuII selection of eastern work al
ways on hands. IJcpairinjj neatly and
Store opp. the Post-Offlce, on 13th St.
TT7'Onnl'siness you can r-ngnze
JLJDiO X in. to $'J0 per duv made
by any worker of either sex. right in
their ovn localities. Paticulars and
samples worth 7t free. Improve your
spare time at this bmlneM. Add'ross
I Stinson k. Co., Portland, Maine.
- " r" IES?&S""
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FIVE CENTS A PAIR,
NEW YORK CHEAP CASH STORE.
I will furnish School Hooks for intro
duction at the following price viz:
Harper's Introductory Geography
U. S. First Render
" " Second '
44 " Third
44 " Fourth "
41 -u Fifth
44 " Sixth "
Swinton's Language Primer
4 " Lessons
" 4 Grammar
44 Grammar t Composition.
French's Common School Arith . .
" Elementary for theSlatc..
" 3IentaI Arithmetic. .. .
" First Lessons
Scott's U.S. History (small). . ..
Copy-books per dor 1 OS
Other books on catalogue at corres
ponding prices. Will sell books on time
5. L. JtARKKTT.
Agent for Harper's Text-books,
44i-x. Columbu, Neb.
f ST Operator. Teachers,
west of Hammond IIouscj,
of the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
CHOICE LANDS FOIL SALE
Ranging from $7? $12.50
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3IcnN and boy' suit made in the
latent otyle. and good tit guaranteed, at
very low price1. Men's uits W.OO to
$0.00. according to the good and r.'rt.
Hays' suits 3.00 to 4.W, according to
XSTCLKANINft AXD REPAIKIXG MlXE-J
Bring on your soiled clothing. A
whele uit renovated andl made to ap
pear a? good as new for $1.25 J2!-y
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