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WEDNESDAY, J AX. 8, 1879.
Grand Lodge I. O. G. T. convenes
at Lincoln January 15th.
ITon. Caleb Cdshing died on the
2d at Ncwburyport, Mas6.
The Teller sub-committee started
ou Friday last as promised for Xew
The Teller sub-committee had ar
ranged to leave for New Orleans on
Five carloads of furniture have
arrived for the government build
ing at Lincoln.
Kansas City wanla to be trans
ferred from the State of Missouri
to that of Kansas.
TnE Seward School Board appro
priates ?100 for the purchase of
Charles Francis Adams Jr., has
resigned as government director of
the Uuion Pacific R. R Co.
At Berlin, Deputy Most has been
eentcuced to six months imprison
ment for "insultiug religion."
All the Russian commissary
stores and offices at Adrianoplc
were on the 4th destroyed by fire.
TnE New York Tribune says the
the sub-treasury has ceased to keep
coin and currency accounts separate.
John Sherman, secretary of the
treasury, is being talked of as a
probable candidate for president iu
Last week 180 deaths from scarlet
fever were reported in New York
City, an increase of 80 cases over the
The cold wave of the 2d struck
St. Louis and lowered the tempera
turo some forty or more degrees
during the night.
An other call from the secretary
of the treasury is expected to be
issued soon for the redemption of
$10,000,000 more of 5-20 bonds.
"W. M. Solomon and D. W Lew
ell were killed on the 1st at Virgin
ia City, by the explosion of giant
powder iu the Occidental tunnel.
Hog cholera is reported to be very
bad in Buchanan county, Iowa, and
no less than 1,000 died in one neigh
borhood within two weeks.
The Second Baptist church in St.
Louis, the finest in the city, was
entirely destroyed by fire on the 3d.
The building was valued at .$100,000.
A team broke through the ice at
Richmond, Que., on the 31st and
Messrs. Rowe & Kemp, of Kings
bury, and Mrs. Sadler, of Melborne,
Tweedre & Williams, bankers,
proprietors of the Cornish Bank,
England, have failed. Their liabil
ities are heavy, aflcctiug the whole
It is expected at New York that
15,000 Mcnnonitcs will arrive from
Russia by May, this being the last
year of their exemption from mili
The Lincoln Journal advises Co.
Commissioners to contine the vol
ume of warrants to the amount of
taxes actually collected from year
At Nctv Orleans the thermometer
has been down to two degrees above
zero, something almost unknown in
that latitude. It is feared that the
orange crop will be destroyed.
A young man by the name of
John Casper, living near Nebraska
City, Nebraska, was killed by the
accidental discharge of his gun
while out hunting on the 30:h.
The Gratia Island Indpcndcnt en
ters upon its eleventh volume. It
is one of the best local papers iu
the State, and Mr. and Mrs. Mobley
deserve well of their patrons.
From Constantinople we have the
news that Sulieman Pasha's appeal
has been rejected. He has been de
graded and exiled for life, and now
appeals to the Sultan for pardon.
J. H. Caldwell, living at South
Byfield, Mass., while kneeling in
family prayer on the evening of the
31st ult., was instantly killed by his
insane wife who split his head open
with an axo.
It was reported in this city Mon
day morning that seven of the men
who lynched and burned Mitchell
and Ketchum had been captured at
Plum Creek, and arc now confined
in jail at Kearney.
An other heavy snow storm was
prevailing on the 3d in Scotland
and quite cold. Outdoor labor was
again interrupted. In France a
general and rapid thaw took place,
causing the rivers to overflow, Aud
much damage has been done
Dr. S. T. Brooks, of Greenville,
111., was found dead iu his room ou
the 3d iti6t. with one hand roasted
and a large hole burned in the floor,
indicating the explosion of a lamp,
but the fire had gone out.
Geo. Einsig, of York, Pa., owing
to drink, was separated from h?:.
wife. He called to see her on the
evening of the 3d to induce her to
return and livo with him, and upou
her refusal to return, be cut her
throat and she died soon afterwards,
lie s-as arrested.
No particular excitement took
jnoney centre, or other
cge monev transac-
nited States, on
fan gold and
The body of the young woman
found on an island in the Missouri
river last week, is proved to be that
of Phcebe Baker, who was drowned
last April at Ponca.
Nine hundred and seventeen fail
ures reported in New York during
the past year. This number exceeds
the record of any former year. It is
alleged that the repeal of the bank
rupt law added largo numbers to
General Roberts has arrived
within sight of the residence of the
governor of Khost, who 6ent in his
submission. The British are within
three days' march of Candahar. The
hostile outposts have sighted each
Secretary and General Sherman
left "Washington on the night of the
2d for Cleveland to attend tho fun
eral of their brother, Judge Sher
man, who died at 1 o'clock on the
morning of tho 2d of rheumatism of
Senator Coke is about to intro
duce a bill to establish permanently
a stated salary for the district at
torneys of the United States instead
of the present system of fees which
Senator Coke alleges i6 subject to
Charley, a noted desperado and
Black Hills stage robber, was cap
tured at Green River on New Year's
eve and taken to the Laramie jail.
Three horse thieves were captured
and taken from Plum Creek to
North Platte on the 1st.
The Potter committee at New
Orleans is still pursuing the inves
tigation to ascertain where the fraud
exists iu the election returns of
Louisiana. Up to the 31st no evi
dence had been discovered to throw
any additional light upon the sub
ject. The election in France resulted in
a great Republican victory. Of
conservative senators, whose terms
expired, only fifteen were re-elected.
Sixty-four Republicans were chos
en. The Republican majority in the
senate will be about fifty-seven.
There was great rejoiciug at Paris
over the result.
On the 27th u!t., at Grafton, TV.
V., Mrs. Emiiio Grow was found
dead at her residence with a bullet
in her head. She had sometime
previous to her death separated
from her husband. The conclusion
arrived at was that she came to her
death by the hands of some un
The warehouse of the Union cot
ton press company at Charleston, S.
C, together with 10,121 bales of cot
ton were destroyed by fire on the
2d. The loss on the cotton is esti
mated at $475,000. The fire was the
work of an incendiary, who wss
seen running from the building, and
was shot at by the watchman.
On the 3d we have this statement
from New York that resumption
still continues to work smoothly.
Only $S0,000 was paid out of the
sub-treasury in gold for legal ten
der, and the amount of gold taken
in exchange for legal-tender notes
was $200,000, a net gain to the treas
ury of $120,000 iu gold.
It appears from a statement from
London under date of Jan. 2d, that
there have been a large number of
business failures iu Great Britain
and Scotland during the past year,
amounting to 15,059, of which 2,043
were in financial and wholesale and
manufacturing branches of trade.
The increase is 4,037 over the pre
Ocr thanks arc due to Hon.
Wm. Windom, of Minnesota, for a
copy of his speech in the U. S. Sen
ate on Our National "Water-Ways."'
"We have not yet had time to exam
ine it. but the subject is well worthy
the attention of our ableststatesmen,
particularly as the problem of cheap
transportion must be solved in the
near future, and it seems only by
utilizing water courses that this can
The return of the New Year was
the occasion of a brilliant reception
at the "White House. The corridors
and approaches to the reception
rooms were decorated with rare
flowers. The halls and parlors were
festooned with evergreens. Mrs.
Hayes and a host of friends assisted
in doing the honors of the day.
The Chinese legation attracted great
attention. Many sought an intro
duction to the embassador and his
attaches. The ministers and secre
taries, except Mr. Bartlctt, wore
The Hogs were flying in New
York on ttio 2d and a feeliug of
general rejoicing prevailed every
where on account of resumption.
At the New York bMiks, "Will street,
and the general government, insur
ance companies, railroad And other
corporations emphasized ti.'e new
year by payiug in gold to all who
desircd.the semi-annual iuterest and
declared dividends. It was note
worthy that a decided preference
was given to paper money. Of the
$25,000 received at the custom house
up to noon in payment of duties the
bulk was greenbacks, and at the
sub-treasury up to that time, only
$2,000 in legal tender had been ex
changed for gold.
Resumption came so quietly that
the Philadelphia Times wonders
somebody bad not thought of it be
fore. Horace Greely said, " The
way to resume is to resume."
Peter Stretch, a boy 13 years
old, was killed by a bear at Cony
Island ou the 31st "Wm. Thomas
keeps a public house at that place,
and has two pet bears chained in
the yard and Peter and his brother
stopped in the yard to look at some
doves, and being nearer tho bear
than he supposed, the male bruin
reached him with his paw, threw
him and bit and lacerated him with
his claws in a horrible manner. A
farmer U6cd a pitchfork to loosen
his hold on the boy without effect,
and tho bear was finally shot by a
Atchison Globe: "Articles of
incorporation for the Blue Valley &
Northwestern Railroad, will be Sled
with the State Auditor at Lincoln
to-day. This is an Atchison enter
prise, and will leave the line of the
A. & N. at Firth, passing through
Crete, Seward, David City, and on
to Columbus, ou the Union Pacific.
Count Giddlings, Chief Eugiueer,
leaves immediately after the holi
days to survey the new road. It is
reasonable to suppose that the entire
work will be completed next year,
and thus place Atchison on both the
great highways across the continent.
The nico residence of Hon. A. J.
Poppleton, of Omaha, caught fire on
the 2d from one of the hot air pipes
which had got out of order, and
worked its way into the partition
walls, making it difficult to reach
the fire with water. The depart
ment worked on the building for
some time without reaching the fire
and just at the time when they
thought they could reach it, the
supply of water gave out, and at
this stage the hook and ladder com
pany went to work and pulled down
the building. The furniture, etc.,
was all removed. The building
cost Mr. Poppleton about $20,000,
on which he had an insurance of
The Atchison & Nebraska rail
road is soon to be extended, to unite
with the Union Pacific, at some
point at or near Columbus, provided
satisfactory arrangements can be
made as to right of way, &c. "We
would say to the people along the
proposed route that they will show
good judgment in extending what
ever aid is necessary to secure this
line, as the policy of the manage
ment of this road is exceptional,
inasmuch as they are always dispos
ed to work with the people along
their line to aid in developing the
country and bringing business to
their towns. "When extended,
through trains will be run from
Atchison to San Francisco by this
route. 2?eio West Monthly.
The storm at Buffalo on the 3d
was very severe. All business sus
pended. Trains are blocked. No
stock received for thirty-two hours.
The storm is more severe than that
just before Christmas. Two brake
men on a freight train on the Cen
tral New Jersey and North Penn
sylvania road were frozen to death
on the morning of the 3d. At
many places cast and north the
weather has been intensely cold.
The mercury at Chicago stood at 22
below zero. Several cases of freez
ing were reported, but only one
fatal. A special dispatch from
"Winnipeg, Minn., says it has been
29 below zero there, 33 at Ft. Pelly,
and CO below at Battleford. A dis
patch from Bismarck says it was 33
below at that point.
The administration has plainly
told the Mexican government that
cilizvns of the United States along
the border must be protected iu
their property and their lives; that
the first duty of a government is to
protect life and property; that for
this governments are instituted, and
when they neglect or fail to peform
it, they become worse than useless.
Doubtless some such thoughts as
these have occurred to settlers on
the border, time and again, for
years. To our way of thinking the
administration has talked quite long
enough on this subject, and should
now be ready for a little salutary
force. Because Mexico is a pitiful,
vacillating nation, that is no reason
why we should allow those who
ought to be her subjects to commit
depredations upon our citizens with
Ex-President Grant, accompa
nied by General Noyes, United
States minister to France, arrived
in Dublin on the 3d. Grant was
cheered by a large crowd, who had
assembled at the city hall to see
him. The Mayor, in presenting the
freedom of the city to Gen. Grant,
referred to the cordiality always
existiug between America and Ire
laud, and hoped that in America
General Grant would do everything
he could to help a people who sym
thizc with every American move
ment. The freedom of the city was
enclosed in an ancient, carved bog-
oak casket. General Grant replied
that no ceremony had given him
such satisfaction as the present one.
He was proud to belong to a coun
try containing mauy Irishmen. He
said be was not an eloquent speak
er; he could only thank them for
the honor done him. Two hundred
guests were present at the banquet,
and the lord Mayor presided.
Plum Creek, Jan. 5. I. P. Olive
and five of the other murderers of
Ketchum and Mitchell were captured
here this morning without a shot
being fired. They are Olive, Greene,
Baldwin, Brown, Fisher and Arm
strong. Besides the above contained in
yesterday's Omaha dailies is the
news that Dutch Charlie, one of the
train robbes and a self-confessed
murderer, was hanged to death by a
compauy of masked men at Carbon.
The fire in Chicago on Saturday
afternoon occurred in tho Honore
Block, corner of Deerborn and
Adams streets. This edifice was
one of the finest in the city, extend
ing on Adams 150 and on Dearborn
192 feet, and five stories high with
a basement. The basement was oc
cupied by the po6t-ofGce; the first
and second floors by the post-office
and the Chicago & Alton railroad
company ; the third floor, by Gen.
Sheridan and stnfT, as the army
headquarters of the division of the
Missouri; the fourth floor by the
military and by Lawrence, Camp
bell & Lawrence, Ismel & Lincoln,
Paddock & Lawrence, lawyers; the
fifth floor by the quarter-master of
the army, by thn heavy mail depart
ment and by Shuscld & We6tover.
Persons occupying the upper stories
in the building were rescued from
the devouring flames. The most of
the valuable mail matter and the
papers and books of Gen. Sheridan
were saved. The loss bv the fire to
tho building will reach $100,000.
A communication from this pkee
under date of the 3d, contains some
references that we do not clearly
understand, and therefore can not
publish. Besides these arc the fol
lowing: Rev. Heinrich gave a party New
Year's eve for his sons who just
returned from school; the young
people of Postville and vicinity
spent a pleasant evening.
The debate on Friday evening
was well attended and arguments
good, on the question, "Which was
the better man, LaFayette or Wash
ington? II. S. Elliott came out
ahead, argument in the affirmative.
John Clark was deer hunting on
Tuesday last at the head of Looking
Glass, and it was a good day for
deer; he got up five and got one.
John is a good shot.
Whooping cough is raging among
small children in this vicinity.
Literary every Friday evening.
J. C. L.
The Western ltural, which ought
to be good authority in such mat
ters, says :
"The death of the young stock is
caused by keeping them continually
iu the stalk field. A diet consisting
exclusively of dry, fibrous, and in
digestible material, is sure to be
followed, sooner or later, by evil
consequences. In the advanced
stage of impaction of the manifold
or third stomach, a cure is generally
out of the question. In the early
stages, repeated doses of saline lax
atives should be given. But the
best course is prevention. Give the
cattle every morning a ration of
oats or barley, and a handful of oil
cake, and do 'the same thing in the
evening. Turn the cattle into the
cornfield only during three or four
hours in the middle of the day ; and
at all times let the animals have
ready access to pure drinking wa
ter. A variety of food is a necessa
ry item iu successful management
of cattle, especially during the Fall
and Winter months."
Apropos to the discussion on the
rvilroad pass question the Lincoln
Journal, after stating tint Roseva
ter of the Bee and St. A. D. Bal
combe had both used passes, the for
mer when a member of the legisla
ture, the latter as deputy marshal,
both of them drawing mileage at the
same lime, proceeds as follows:
" According to the loud assertions
of both these gentleman, they took
and received bribes.
Confession may he plead in these
cafees, but until restitution is made,
and both these penitents pay back
the " bribes " to the soulless corpora
tions that bought them so dog cheap,
we submit that they have no call to
the ministry, and should not be per
mitted to hold themselves up as ex
horlcrs. They can only be utilized
prior to this act of repentance as
" terrible examples " of bribery."
The Wahoo Times, on the subject
of legislators receiving passes from
railroad corporations, makes a point
"But the cat has got out of the bag
by the people electing one man who
was honest enough to flinjr the in
sult back to its authorand give them
to understand that he was elected to
represent the people and not to make
excursion trips to Ogden. We say
the people are right in demanding
of their representatives to give those
"contracts" back or resign. The
people pay taxes to pay them mile
age as traveling expenses over and
above their daily salary and they
have eo use for passes."
What can be done? It is almost
an insult to American intelligence
to ask such a question, and yet the
fact that the necessity of doing
something is generally recognized
and that nothing is being done, re
mains. And 6o long as that state of
things exists, the question seems
pertinent at least. The principle
that the legislatures have the right
to fix the maximum and minimum
rates on railroads has been settled
by the Supreme Court, and it can
not, or will not be altered. It is
boy's play to complain of Vander
bilt'sor Gould's action, and yet do
nolliiiijr. Those men arc as com
pletely at the mercy of the people
as a straw is at the mercy of the
wind. If there was the disposition
to wrong them which there is not
it is iu the power of legislators to
utterly ruin them, so far as their
railroad slock is concerned. Instead
of a disposition to wrong them,
however, the people simply demand
that the legislatures of the States
through which their roads run, shall
fix the rates of tariff at such a point
as will be just to them and a per
fect protection to the producer.
JAEGCI & SCHUPBACH,
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES,
"WINDOWS, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAPER,
Oak Lumber and all Hinds 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
llth St., South of Jaeggi & Schupbach's Lumber-yard.
Ilave alwavs been the Motto of
DEY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES, FANCY NOTIONS,
Hats and Caps, G-loves and Mittens.
"We are also Headquarters 011
Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev
erything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talk is Cheap, diet We will nob he undersold by any
Straight Ifry-Goods House in the West.
A Child can Buy as Cheap as a Man.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF
4 SHEKIFFS SALE.
BY VIRTUE of an order of sale di
rected to me from the Clerk or the
District Court of Platte county,Nebras
ka, on a judgment and decree obtained
before District Court at its February
term, 187S, of IMattc county, Nebr.ika.
in favor of Samuel C. Smith as Plaintiff
and against. Joseph Gardner as defendant,
for the sum of one thousand one hundred
and lorty-nine dollars, and costs taxed at
$8.43 and accruing costs, I have levied up
on the following real estate taken as the
property of said delt-ndjnt.to satisfy said
order, to wit: The southwest quarter
of the southwest quarter ol Section
of the northwest quarter of Section No.
twenty (20)in town-hipNo. Sixtecn(lG),
Range No. two (2) west of the Sixth (6)
P. M., with all the appurtenances there
to belonging. And will offer the same
for sale to the highest bidder, forcash in
hand, on the 8th day of February, A. D.
187!). in front of Court House in Colum
bus, at the hour of 1 o'clock P. 3L of said
day, when and where due attendance
will be given by the undersigned
Dated at Cojumbus this 7th da
uary, 18 v.
Sheriff or Said County.
Jn the matter or the estate or John Bar
OTICE is hereby given that the
creditors or said deceased will
meet the executrix or the last will and
testament or said deceased before the
County Judge or Platte County, Ne
braska, at the County Judge's oliicc in
said countv on the Cth dav or February,
1879, on the 6th day or May, 1879, and on
the 5th day or July, lal'J. at 10 o'clock
a. m., each day, for the purpose or pre
senting their claims for examination,
adjustment anu allowance.
Six months Trom January Cth, 179, are
allowed creditors to present their
claims against said estate.
JOHN G. HIGGINS,
TIMBER CULTURE NOTICE.
U.S. Land Office, Grand Island, Nebr.,1
December 19th, 1878. J
003IPLAINT havin? been entered at
thi office by Victor Yung against
Adam Walkingshaw for railing to plant
any timber, seeds, nuts or cuttings as
required uy law on ins i imoer-uuirure
Entry No. 440, dated April 29th. 1878,
upon the northwest H Section 10, Town
ship 20 north, Range 3 west in Platte
County, Nebra-ka, with a view to the
cancellation or said entry: the said par
ties are hereby summoned to appear at
this office on the 27th day or January.
1879. at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond arid
rurnish testimony concerning said alle
gations. Depos tions in said cae will
be taken at the office of Speice & North,
Columbus Platte Co., Nebr., January
23d, 1879, at 11 o'clock a. m.
31. B. HOXIE, Begistcr.
450-4 Wm. ANYAN, Roccivcr.
to A. Henry)
Tin and Woodenware,
One Price to All is Our Motto.
HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
THE FINEST AND BEST,
Hard-Coal Stove in the Countrr,
Besides other kinds too numerous to
mention. ISJ-Hcating Stoves, with or
without oven attachment, at
Prices Lower than Ever Before.
Near 3Iatthis's Bridge.
JOSEPH BUCHER, - Proprietor.
ESTThe mill is complete In every par
ticular for making the best of flour. "A
Mqtsare, fair busiaeaMt" is the
BY VIRTUE of an order of sale di
rected to me from the Clerk of the
District Court of Platte County, Ne
braska, on a judgment and decree ob
tained before the said District Court at
its December adjourned term, A. D.,
1877, of Platte County, Nebraska, in
favor of Andrew J. Ilodges, as Plaintiff
and ngainst John "Witehey and Victoria
C. "Wltchey as Defendants, for the sum
of four hundred and thirty-five dollars
and ninety-seven cents and the further
sum of forty-three dollars and fifty. nine
cents, attorney's fees, and costs taxed
at ?0.G7 and accruingcosts, I have levied
upon the following real estate, situate
in said Platte County, taken as the
property or said Defendant's l0 satisfy
said order of .sale, to wit:
The Island No. four (4), of Section
nine (U), Township No. sixteen (1G), or
Range one (1) west, iu the district of
lands subject to sale at Omaha, Nebras-
Ka, continuing sixty and rorty-one hun
dredth acres according to tho United
States patent of the same; also north hair
(')or the northwest quarter (Ji) of Sec
liou four (4), TowliKbif. No.slxtetnllG),
and the south half (V) of the southwest
quarter (J) of Section thirtv-three (33).
in Township seventeen (17 north or
Range one ( 1) west, containing one hun
dred and titty one and twentv-seven
hundredth (151.27) acres according to
United Mates patent of same, and will
offer the same for sale to the highest
bidder, for cash in hand on the 23d day
or January, A. D., 1S70, in rront or Court
IIoiKr, at the hour or 2 o'clock p. m. or
said day, when and whero due attend
ance will be given bv the undersigned.
Dated at Columbus, this 17th dar or
Sheriff of said Couuty.
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, DOORS, WINDOWS,
And Buildinp Paper.
Also cnustantlv on hand an assortment or HARD WOOD and "WAGON STOCK
We make CLOSE figures fer CASH.
Yard and Office on Eleventh St..) Q QLUMBUS, NEB.
Mean Business !
Hats, Caps and Notions,
As my stock must be converted Into cash.
Talk Is clini, "hut price tJI,
1 huve pot the jjoodn, and am bound to tell.
W. H. HEIDELBERGEE,
12th STREET, (2 doors west or Hammond House), 2S0
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Is now ready for the Fall and Winter Campaign with an immense
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
3- Dry Goods have taken a big tnmble in the Eastern Markets lately,
and as I buy 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.
All I ask for is, give me a friendly call and con
vince yourself of (lie facts.
UAL & SUM INSTITUTE.
, MITCHELL, J!.
S. B. UZ2CZ3, VL. D. k J. C. BS1TI3Z, Jf. 3., :f Csiia.
Consulting Physicians and Surgeons.
For the treatment oTall classes orSur
gery and deformities; acute and
chronic diseases, diseases or the eye
and ear, etc., etc.,
J. M. HONAHAN,
First-Class Work and Good Material,
2TFulI selection or eastern work al
ways on hand?. Repairing neatly and
Store opp. the Post-Office, on 13th St.
"OTT'Cinn business vou can engajre
JDJLlJX in. to to ?20 per dav made
by any worker of either sex. right in
their own localities. Paticulars and
samples worth $5 free. Improve your
spare time at this business. Address
Btinson Co., Portlana, Maine.
" MfeSyflBH fB mm IPp?"
EST OJfice: Eleventh St., one door east
of Journal building, up-stairs.
GOOD CHEAP BEICK !
AT MY RESIDENCE, on Shell Creek,
three miles east of Matthis's bridge,
70,000 good. Imrri-burRt brlclc
which will be sold in lots to suit pnr
chillers 418-tf GEORGE nENGGLER.
I will rurnish School Books for intro
duction at the following price viz:
Harper's Introductory "Geography. $ 45
U.S. First Reader 12
" " Second " 19
Third " 27
Fifth " 36
Sixth " 60
Swinton's Language Primer 22
" Grammar 45
Grammar Jt Composition. CO
French's Common Scbool Arith . . 50
" Elementary for theSlato.. 33
" 3Iental Arithmetic. ... 27
" First Lessons IS
Dalton's Phvsiology . 75
Scott's U.S. History (small) 62
,4 " (large) .... 75
Copy-books per doz. . l OS
Other books on catalogue at corres
ponding prices. "Will sell books on tlma
S. L. Barrett,
Agent for Harper's 'iVxt-bookt,
444-x. Columbus, Neb.
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or the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE
Ranging from $7 2 $12.50
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13ii ZUttt, s;pes!'.e ?:Jt-e2c.
3Ien's and boys' suits madn In the
latest tvlc, and good tits guaranteed, at
very low prises. 3Iens suits JG.OO to
$3.00, according to the goods and work.
I Joys' suits $3.00 to 1.00, ascording to
I5TCT.EANING AND KEPAIMJfG DOXE.JJPJ
Bring on your soiled clothing. A
whole suit renovated aniltmade to an.
I ppar as good ai new for f 1.25 424-y
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