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lightning1 jtnd LlRlitulno
Dr.Hinrichs, Director of the Iowa
"Weather Service, has brought for
ward considerable evidence showing
that, in thoc parts of Iowa where
lightning is.raost frequent, the corn
crops are best. Lightning is a1d fo
destroy certain poisonous matters in
the air, and is known to be con
cerned in the production of nitro
genous compounds, whiclt substance?
are necessary to the life and growth
of plauts. Thus the electricity- of
the air acts an Important part in the
affairs of nature; but in doing its
good work it incidentally docs a
good deal of harm. Iu ,lhe middle
ages when people. were more super
stitious than they are now, it was
thought that to ring church bells
would drive the lightning away,
audit is snid that many a poor sex
ton has lost m's life by-having the
lightning run" down thp'w'el bell
rope while he was ringing the bell.
Since the day of Ben. Franklin,
men, in order to protect ihumch us
and their property, have put up
lightning-rods. The rod is usually
either cupper or iron. Of the two
metals copper is the butler electric
conductor, but it is very costly;
while iron is very cheap. Then,
too, decaying animal mutters, which
frequently collect around the lightning-conductor,
and this substance dissolve the cop
per and occasionally euis the rod
entirely off near tho ground.
To make itlie best and cheapest
lightiiing-ronVoiie should get Ironi
a hardware store ordinary, round
bar; of iron three-fourths of an inch
iu diameter, and have a blacksmith
weld the pieces together, carefully
making the joints a large any othor
part of the rod. The rod may be
held in piace by iron staples. The
glas supports which are frequently
furnished, are unnecessary. The
elevated point, which' usually ac
companies the ordinary lightning
rod, is costly and, when haul Mr tick,
it ha been known to fuMj. It U
better to let the blaek.-mitii give the
rod a Mmplc, blunt point. A good
lightning-rod is, said to protect a
circie the diameter of which is lour
times the length of that pirt of ihe
rod winch projects above !fc build
ing. Th'ti, if the rod ri-es four fee!
above the roof, it is Mippoud to
protect a ? Jo cixteci lent iu diam
eter. The roil hould ex. cud (low u
to pcrinaupiifly damp earth or v
ter. If it is loo far down to porniu
mcut nioislurh.the rod may bend at
right angles a foot below the earth'-,
surface, and cvtend out horizontally
in an artificial drean. The horizon
tal part of the rod should be sur
rouuded bj' loose pieces of charcoal,
and the drain in which it is placed
Ehould receive the water from the
caves during thunder-storms. It
there is a stove with pipe projecting
above the roof, it should have ine
talic connection with damp earth,
for lightning is just as willing to
travel down the stove pipe a down
a rod arranged for its special convenience.
Editok Jouuval : We arc having
beautiful dry weather, loo dry for
Mr. Alex. McKeown and his sis
ter Rachel Irom De Moines Co., la.,
are visiting -their brother !. P. Mo
KeoVu untlrothcr 'friends of -this
Mr. James M. Adams has rented
his place for the comiiijr year. He
furnishes everything and gets the
half of everything raided on the
Charles Acton has sold his farm
to John Albright, lately irom St
Lyuis. He got I,12y ca-h down
for it. Acton start-, for Kuis.is tin.
Monday, morning; lie goes to Cloud
county, by wagon. Mr. Albiight
who bought -Acton's farm is 'putting
up a fine large frame house, main
building 18x32 feet, and intends
putting up a wind mil! also.
Mr. IJrowu is finishing a larjre
new frame house, and will put up a
wind mill. This part of Platte is be
ginning to look like a different place.
Mr. Walkinghaw of Atchison Co.,
Mo., came out here last week to
sec his brother Adam ; there w ere
two other young men with him;
they think jve have a beautiful
Mr. Stewart from Iowa who has
bett visiting his hi other Joseph
has left for the Niobrara country to
look at it.
The Presbyterians 01 this place
on the 5th spent a pleasant alter
noon together at tho house of R. P.
McKeown. Each one took a lunch
and in tha-cv.ening.-a fine supper
was Ecrvcd with abundance of ice
cream. After each one had filled
the Inner man he hied him away
home and felt happy.
The cars have not reached St.
Bernard yel, but we can hear the
bell all the same.
Everybody have their hay up.
Com will soon do to crib.
"William Sloau is waiting for cool
weather before, he threshes.
Editoe Joce.val: In twoofyour
of "hay burnt" brick, made by Hale
& Osborne of David Cily. That
tlrey mako good"brlck must be a fact
assured, as they sold an entire kiln
la foar days of last week and three
f tlui; we are using 6tx thousand
of them in our cellar at Rising City.
Brlokiaaakefs.wUUds'jyell to visit
this Arm and see for themselves,
and then give tho farmers yood,
cheap brick as this firm are doing;
their wives will then make no
seven-cent butter, for the grand
reason that they will hive a good
cellar, and can keep it. The firm
purposes to buy a moulding nrichine
for next season, and then we believe
I hoy will still further reduce the
price of their brick.
A largo, fundi ti re store is being
bnilt in our city, and the grain mar
ket is bri-fc. Why Not?
Sept. 13th, 1879i
There is a good deU of uneasy
discontent manifested by tho Demo
cratic newspapers, over the presence
of Gen. Woodford, in Kemper Co.,
Miss., during the tarcc called a
"trial." of the murdeicrs of Judge
Chisholm and hi son and daughter.
They would like to know. ou
know, what Wovdford is there lor.
anyhow, since he does not appear
on the record as an attorney for Ihe
prosecution, and they c-ill conspic
uous attention to tht: Hipcruaturai
"quiet" that reigns iu and about the
court. L!ut they know very well
what Woodford is there for. and
that is what ails them. lie is there
to see. He is a witness of the events
ot that trial, wluwe woul cannot be
gaiu-aycd, and whose judgment of
the legal forms Ihere travestied cau
not he ridiculed or denied. He is
there to see that Mrs. Clii-Iioini and
her remaining son an; not Yazooed,
with nobody around to Ukc a hand
in her defence if poihle, or to ic
port the; circumstances ol the mur
der. While of cour-e the presence
of the General a an escort of the
eoiirageons widow and bereaved
mother, will have no effect upon the
verdict of a packed and perjured
jury, it will give the Democrats who
have already prepared their con
gratulations upon the "honorable
acquittal' of tiro Gulle3 and their
blood, "by the uubiaed verdict of
their peers, much disturbance ot
spirit. The General wili be the
reporter of that trial, whose account
will oilset all their turgid editorial-,
and counteract an oe.au of lving :i
to the character of the witnesses
and the audibility of the evidence.
Tl ey are alVjid of Woodford, and
tliey have abundant reason to lour
him. for the proceed ng- will not be
half so salisftctory lo 'he p-srt ih
was fomliv imagined.
In n lale leliet tn a gentleman in
Iowa, which was published in the
Ced-ir R ipids Times, Mr-. CM-holm.
who probably knows romething
about Ihe habits and customs ol
Kemper County, she alludes to her
expeiictiKc and pas her respects to
"Yes! t)ur flag waves triumph
anth ovet every loot ot Southern
soil! Our Jlag! whose flag? the
Auiciican flag? Has any country
ever existed before which tolerated
the constant flaunt irr intended di fi
ance ot any flag, coiiMuntlv, not
merely iu words, but actual fuel, by
theavowed enemies o' that country"?
Dear sir, no heart ever ached like
mine; no woe was ever as conilort
lcss a mine; no loneliness was ever
so cheerless as mine; no insult heap
ed on murdered victims ever equal
ed iu b:ise, malignant falsehood tlirt
heaped on my darlings. Yet. think
you I have not my moments u-i-tirifphiut
joy ? Yes ; I am his wife
their mother, l name is mine ; 16
no other eye lei I Ihe lot lo be loved
by that ureal heart. Then, only
tnink on the rest beyond.
"The grand larecof the 'trial and
triumphant acquittal' comes off on
the 1st of September. I am lo be
Ihere. My son is to be there. The
insulted murderers' make many
threats ;ir:iiui our aei), and I
know what their threats mean. I
ha e reason.
"Individually, the heart oT the
Kepi hlicau i rijrht, everywhere;
but I tear they have collectivcl
ironc to sleep on the glories of the
A 'IViin Appciirnuce.
Xo wom-iti can ive. a satisfactory
excuse for personal nntidincs.
Household work, of whatever kind,
docs not interfere with having a
clean dtcss on, however common,
a nice, plain collar, and a smooth
head of hair. There is all the dif
ference in the world iu different
housewives iu t cits respect. Some
always look bright and "smart,"
but others never look decently clean
in the mornings; they seem to have
no idea that anybody ever notices
their personal appearance while en
gaged in their household duties or
that it is a matter of the least possi
ble concern to auvbo.iy. They tor
get that they Iwve a husbmd, who
was won when they were in full
drcs-, and studied to" attract him by
the addition ii gave lo their per
sous, without regard to the time
and trouble it required whose eye
is as slurp now as it ever wns, and
whose sensibilities arc ju-t as acute.
The children, too especially the,
girls what a sad example to. them
is slovenliness on the put of iheir
It beconifts profe3cd Christians to
take care tint they do not dishonor
the Gospel and its Author by sub-,
ordinating them to the claims of
worldly admiration. If others come
to the place of worship with no
higher wishes, let the spirituality of
pious hearers "helping together by
prayer," no co-operate with the
preacher that the worldly spirit
shall be awed and hushed by Ihe
unworldly influence (hat pervades
the place. The sermon will then bi
in harmony with the. worship7 ,In
both God will be cxalfeFd, and He
will make them .a- ?Je"sIng and a
a power. - c'--:
IVever Tempt Any Person.
Among tho Mohegaus an Indian
named Zichary, was the heir to the
chieftainship. He was a brave man
and an excellent hunter, but as
drunken and worthless an Indian as
could well ho found. By the death
of intervening heirs, Zu: ary found
him-elf entitled to the royal power.
In this moment the better genius of
the man assumed sway, and he re
How cm U'h a drunkfii wretch
as I be chief of this noble tribe?
What will my people say? How
shall the shades of my glorious an
cestors look indignant upon such a
succession? Cun 1 succocd to Ihe
great Unc-rs? Aje, I will drink no
more. And he solemnly resolved
to drink nothing but water.
One day, at the annual election,
the Mohegan chief dined with the
governor at Han ford. John, Ihe
gov:nior's son, mischievously tho't
he would try tho .sincerity of the
The family were seated at dinner,
and there was excellent home-brewed
ale upon the table. John .ad
dressed the old chief.
Zich, this beer is very line. V ill
you not laste it?
The old chief dropped his knife,
and leaned forward, with a s.tern
intensity of expression, and his fer
vid eyes sparkling with indignation,
were fixed upon the boy.
John, said ho, you do not know
what you are doing. You aro serv
ing the devil, boy.. Do yon- know
that I am an Indian? If I should
tasto your beer, I should never stop
till I got rum, and I should again
become the contemptible wieie.h
your father remembers me to have
been. lnhn, never again, while you
live, tempi a man to broik a good
Socrate.s never uttered a betiei
precept. Dcmttheues could not
have given it with morrj eloquence.
John wa thunderstruck. His pa
rents were duuplv affected, and at
ferwards frequently reminded him
ol Ihe scene, and charged him never
to forget it.
Naturally society muM alw'tiVs he
to a certain extern, Irivolotis. So
cJL'tv is intended for recreation, not
for woilc: it ii' the ocU' niu
ground, where .i g'ea' deul or' ,vn i
children ca!! "in tl.e t liever mvc
s.irily goo on where v.e an- a.i
more, or lesncling part, and hiding
ourselves under iriviil words -md
deeds. Itishirdly 'o be rxju-cied
th:l a very high sfuidmd ol conver
sation can hi' aimed at or su-i.i!;i-:d
Prepossessing .ippear.me.e. chirm of
manner, and a pleas'.irl voice, go
farthei Soward -i Hdv" -ticres- an !
popularity with her partners in
ball-room than any amount of men
tal superiority and cultiv-itinn.
This is a painful facl. but true.
Planner ranks before mind. And,
with every wish to elevate and im
prove the tone of modern 'alk, the
most sensible ob-ervers generally
cmoe to the conclusion that if is
better to let it alone. Anv attempt
at reform would probibly have the
result ot frightening men aw.i
from balls altogether. And ibis is
a consummation which the most ar
duut advocates fc "driwing-room
rhetoric" could scarcely deir.
A Bllg; Apple 'E'ree.
Probably the largest apple tree in
tho United States is in heshm.
Conn. Its age can be traced by a
lam.ly tradition 119 veai-s at le.isr,
and it miy he 20 or 23 years older.
It is fit the present time of fym met
ric il shape, and the trunk is nearly
round, without a scaro" blemish on
il. There are eight large brunches;
live o! these hive bjen in the hibit
of bearing one year, anil the remain
ing three iho next; but when the
Centennial vear came the oid tree
which must have attained ihe prime
of ordinal; apple tree lite before
the nation v;i- born, expanded its
blossoms into a complete crown of
glory, and bore fruit all over the
tree. Mr. Ilotchkiss ha had a crop
of eighty-five bushels of truit iu
one year lioin the. five brances, and
hi predecessors have harvested a
crop or 193 bushels from the, same
five branches. The dimensions of
the tree arc: gii th, 14 feel C inches ;
height, CO feet ; and the spread ot
Ihu branches six rods.
The Nebraska Farmer says : "But
lew men are aware of the fact that
hay is very beneficial lor hogs, but
it is true nevertheless. Hogs need
some rough food U3 well as horses,
cittle, or the human race. To pre
pare it you should have a cutting
box (or hay cutterj, and the greener
the hay ihe better. Cut the hay as
short as oats, or shorter, and mix
with bran, shorts or middlings, and
feed as oilier food. Hogs soon leai it
to like it, and it so iked iu swill, as
other slop food, it is highly relished
by them. I" winter use for the'hogs
the same hay you loed to your
horses and you will find that, while
it Raves bran, short? or other lood,
it puts on flesh as' rapidly a-i any
thing that can be given them. The
use of hay can be commenced as
early as the gras will do to cut, and
when run through the cutting-box
it can be usd to advantage by i"in
ply soaking n fresh water tintjil it
sours. Try it."
"Mamma; can't we have anything
we want ? "Yes,- my.deara. . But"Ibo
careful and don't want anythingJyo'u
' 'AWWe S&teHF,ir. '
The displav of cattle attract con
siderable attention, and words of
praise are heard on all side-. The
visitors horn the Ki look with as
tonishment at'ihe woiiderul caie'
the "iji-eaf Amcric in Doseit," o.tn
produce. Nebraska InH not bevn
behind in her improveiiHiil in .he
cattle liife.land. within fiteifbonbTs
reside ome of the moM enierprisiug
uattle ln'e'pdfjrs (jf the )Yes, and be
fore long lite Bast will he -'oiidi'ig
wet in rreujieiuic their heiiN. 'I he
diplav this year is without doubt
the bust display ever made by ihe
State, and as each year is an im
provement on Ihe previous-year, ,e
may Tee) tisured 'hat life cau!e n
teresl 0! Nebraska is on Ihe ii:
ciease, and' in good hands.
A jugiOfnc-id of some kind, shp
ped wi'h'a er loul nf goods fri.ui
Chicago, ignited near Scliuvier one
dav last week, and greatly damag-d
the goods by birning. before the lire
could be extinguished. One end of
the car w'ljs jjoai'lv desirovi-d. Tlie
freight was consigned to Get. id
Is'nnd, and action will he f-iken to
recover the loss from the pinies wNi
ehipped 'wi'l n tips ! i',i",-. :no
ner. - Platte Valley Independent
When the remain? of Wild Bill
were taken up forro-iutrrniPiit. tbnv
were fomiil to he completely petrified
and the body ai hard a- a rock and
weighing 339 '. pounds.
The dearest object to ni' on eat Mi
i- mv wife.' s-rid Jones, 'Well. I'm
pretty close on you.' said Smi'h.
for the dearest lo me mv wife's
Corn cobs sell in Lioco'i! fo'l 25
per w-igoii lo-nl. Up this wav '-'.ie'f
enal sells pretty high the fariers
ean't allord to pur Iheir coin on the
W! en J-ihn Mrtnigri's wie as!--s
foi a" a'otp.r or two rnr currctr f'c-
ina'ids he sniilpsw;eetlv as" he mu:
''Trii" Inyi'. ' drirling.' sicks o
ehnnge.'' - h- . ot
Wheiihe .paid a heavy hill, at She
iriiHucrV for., spring bonnets, .ilir
and laces, lie ;:io;tited : "Their.'- y
unman at Ihobojight 'cm o! ttds!"
The colored hi'-il of Lincoln . re
about tnrniMj a in'M' i"v comp'r
.... j a
' o . n . lb
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V, I 7 V C II'IC
SAMUEL C. SMITH Agent,
TI'ENDSTO ALL Hl'SIN'ESS per
tainininir to a general lte.il Estate
Airenev and'XoVirv" Public. Have in
siiuctfniis and bl.inks furnished b
Tnitcd States Laud ottivv for makiiu:
II ii u I proof on Homesteads, thereby s.iv
n a trip to (! rand Island. Have a large
number ol fainif, eitv lots nml all land
belonging to It I'. R. It. in 1'lat'e and
adjoining counties for sale very cheap.
Attend to contesting claims befote V. .
0111 re Olio Ilonr West oT IlammoiwI Honsp,
E. C. HocKKNnrnoKK, Clerk,
$1 f ff TO ?'" A YEA It. or
I 3 13 P?" ' ?-" a rl-iv in jour
luUl" JocaMty. N ri-'
AVomrn do a well a
men. Jlaey made more than the amount
stated .ib(."e. No oitij can fail to in ike
money fa-t. Any one can do the work.
Yell can make from ."id cts. to $2 an hour
ht devoting your evenings and spare
time to the business. It costs notliinv
to tr tli buineS'. Nothing like it for
tl-o moiiev making pmt ffereil In fore.
13uines "pleasant and strictly honora
ble, ltetder, if you want to know ill
about the he-t paving, biisin s before
the public, snid u j our address and we
will .send j ou full particulars and pri
v.ito terms" free; samples worth ?" :ilo
free; von can then make up your mind
for oiiisclf. Address GROHGE STIX
SUN & CO., Porlaud, Maine. 4Hl-v
"land for s aie.
" .s F.ii.lirv iiiTPt. in See. 15.
T. I7.lt 1 E.) mi. northeast
GiMXLSt-ijSj. of Columbus; 7n arn s un
der the plow ; (3 acres . jr. old trees
walnut ami coiiouwoou oi good size,
ntvellriig-liolit'e. V2i feet, li storie
high; "good "well;, ty.v,0. granaries; stu.
bling, liog-rrtlds; &e. '"mail fruits miHi
.i currant", bickberrie, &. Conven
ient to school housftand good outlet to
road. Trice, .l,:tiO "Will sell farm ma
chinery if desired. Addrcbs at Colum
busjl'lattu Co., Xebr.
COLU31B IJ S
Restaurant and Saloon!
E. D. SHEEHAN, Proprietor.
tiTVt'holesale nnd Retail Dealer in For
eign Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Dub
lin Stout, Scotch und English Ales.
iSTKentucky IVhiskies a Specialty.
OYSTERS in their season, by the case
can or dish.
- 11th Street. Sonth. of Dpet
j Light IMcitbii e:ui(MJnM"nnssW:i;
ons ol' ii. 1 Descriptions.
We are pleased to fil ite'ihe .I'tentlo
ot the pulilitt to tlio. first that we Lave
jujt,ri'Ciyeil a ear, Inail of raj;fiiis ami
nrriri. . Af ill ll..iT I nf I.' IT v 1 T-fl th'lt UlH
ure' tliKisJiii'u.'i in fnt i! ciiuntius ot
, IMatti1, Hirtlr i, l''in . iili-y ,M tWS
I Polk .oitl Y ok. f r the ve. liraterl
f CORTLAKD .WAGON COMF'Y,
ofiCrUu.url, New' ,Ynik, and that we are
ottering theso wajroin lie.ipor than any
other watii lunli f .iie materi il.
r,t-ylrj aiU finish can it .sold fr In tni--coiiiity.
XSTScatl for Catnlogie 'and Price-list.
l' " -iVrJotl-rJ J.' -s.,..- t'
'"JSI-tf ' ,iiA c'Wtitnliiirf, Nefirnsk.i.
.'ii hiiTt nd-I y ii. lew. -
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THIS SP'AGIC '
H. P. COOLIBGS,
" ' NEP.RA.-iKA AVENL'E.
,ii;iv.sgi i. ,..
3i3:Es:s .:: .
BlackitiiS and Wagon Mabrr.
' All. KrXlXs ot
Hcp.iMin TJ .in4 on s).'f Notice.
AM. VW.K WARRANTED.
Tli. .di l.ei-. on h Hid
Furst & 5Pradlev Plows,
! "'' U'L ' Y PLOW S. ':VL riVATC'i". ?c.
sin.)ii. viiiic. 'ufi. 4,kcn r.,u, r-
vji. Cr'i Eii&r-, nki;.
it- UL.it- ivnLLD,
Near JUalthis's Uiiile.
JOSEPH. BUCHER, Propriotor
ISffTho mill is complete in cmiv par
tictil.ir lor making tin best ol Ilonr." "A
sqtiiii'c, fair Implies " is tli.
C0U:3IISUS I)RL'( STORE.
Wall l'.iici', Toilet Articles,
PAINTS AND OILS.
ktc, irrc., kic.
Best Of 6o3i; And Lew Pries:,
flt. SMI i If will --till 1 fund it the
li i old stand, and t HI m ike prt si-ri
tions a sp.,ci.iltv, .t ieii'tofnf.
S. J. MARMOY, Prop'r.
Nebraska Ave., South of Depot,
A new hnit.se, newly furnished. Good
accommodations. Board by dnj or
week at reasonable rate.
C3"Se(-. n Fii-M-Chiss Tnlile.
MeaM, . '25 Ocnt. I.ndgings. ..23 Cts
2ei :-i WMte,
SAML. (J ASS'S,
Eldrntli Strrr t.
you. Men. women, boys and girls make
money faster at work for uh than at any
thing elf u. The work i' light and picas
ant, 'and such as anyone can go right
at. Those whq ai'rfVise who nee this
notice will scndMis'tlieir addresses at
once and ee fqr -them set res. Costly
Ontfit and terms free. .Now is the time.
Those already at work are laying up
large sums of money. Address TRUE
& CO., A'ugusU, Maine. -181-y
fcCrix MONTH guaranteed.
ST "Si II I $12 :l d lV at ll0mt; m:l(e v
XtJ JJ the industrious. Capital
not required; wc will start
A. W. . LAWRENCE,
AGENT- FOR THE
,i-..i JhJUi' 1 T-" y
.til ."1 ps-
Will hcrciiltor be found TIIItLI
I '(Kill? SOI'TII of tho l'ot Ollice.
where he keep a full line of every stjk-
PUMP. PIPE, HOSE,
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED MILL.
Asiiekecpsal'uinp IIoiis exclusive! j
he is able to sell CHE PEIt THAN
THE CI"EAIE?T. Pumps for anj
dcjitli Well. 1'uinps driven or repaired,
and Hods cut.
K17E HIM- CU,L ,1SH SAVE Mfl.VBV.
mini a mm institute.
t. r. iniCHrLL. si. s.
DM If F"Y tf T
Plfsici3i ai km
, d :izz:zz. u. s. i :. c. zz::izz, si. z., :r;a.
Con?uliing Physicians and Surgeons.
For the tre.i.'meni i.f all cl.is-esol Sur
gp.ry and deformities ; acute and
chronic disf.i, ii(j;sir of the eye
iii" ear. etc.. etc..
Colxnaib us. I7e"b.
SPE1GE & NORTH,
''I., ni --n' I-ir the r-.il of
Tuii n I'.-icilic, .tud Midland Pacific
It. U. Lands for sale at from?3.00tol0.iMi
jn-r acre tor cash, or on live or ten j cars
i'iic. in .iinni.il payments to -uit'pur-iisisiM's.
Vf Irive aIo a lare and
'iniw lotol other lands, improved and
mi procd. for sale at low price and
'it re.isoi-ibleti-r:ii. Also biisine. and
residence Iot in the city. We keep a
iiipleti; abstract of title to all ru-il e-.
ite in Platte Count v.
J. O. ELLIOTT,
STOVE It WIND MILL
SJOO.SC ILL ATI XO FEED MILL.
And All Kinds of Pump,
Oh'illenije Wind nnd Feed Mills,
Combined Shelter and Grinder,
Mali Mills. Horse Powers,
Corn Shelters and
Fannin ij Mills.
Piiiiijis Repaired on Short Notice,
Farnier. come and e.viniine our mil'.
Yni w ill tied one elected oil the premises
of i ho H tinmond House, iu ood running
GUS. A. SCHP.OEDER,
WIXD MILLS AXD WAGOXS.
AND A FULL LINE OK
Goods sold che.it for cash.
SIGN OF Pill' AX, Ilth STREET.
CITY MEAT MARKET,
oi-ivs: t., oppomiti: hail
Will kcrp on hand all kinds ol Frc.sli
and Salt Meats also Sausage, Poultry.
Fresh Fish, etc.. all in their season.
Cash paid for Hides Lard an Ba
con. WILL.T. KICKL-Y.
(MEAL MAT MARKET
OTY Ufli STREET.
Dealers in Fresh and Salted Meats.
4e. -Town Lots, Wood. Hides, &c.
J. RICKLY, Agent.
Columbua, June 1, 1S77.
J.r. t--fc1V.eMf7Wt -T-i?:-
i ,. . j 0.H w I G G I N ,
WHOLE?. A LC AXD
HiIBh tBilki XIh I kflsokte islkl vita W&KB&2 Ikr ymtBI M biiiM UsKh IsVa viaBtaiiiJB '
STOVES, 1M. TlAWAliE.
Nails, Rope, Wagon Material, Glass, Paint, Etc.,
The Celebrated Diebolcl, Norris & Co's
(I.nlo Dieliolrl & Kienzie.)
Fire and Burglar Proof!
HAVE THE BEST RECOUP OF ALL.
AH !ea ding Eailro J i Espress Companies and Banters in tie Nortel km ftss.
N'ot One Lost in the Two Great Fin - in ChrV.-vrn: uNo jrecrerl the rntrHx
in every instance, at Independence, Iowa; at Central City, CL: at
(l-hko-ili. Wis..indataIliHc-s hr to d th teat, without f.iilHro.
All Sizes for Sale anil 3Iade to Order. OM Stifrs taken in Bxt-IinHfje.
Coiinlr iinil ZSunk IVork nSjie:i;tIfy. S'imccs, 3i low. s
dour! Vrl ':iit ! .ll:it'.
D. S. COVENT, GENEEAL AGENT, CHIGAGOi
WILL. B. DALE. Agent'.
Is conduced as a
Devoted to t'ie it- t mntii il nitrr
ests of its readers and its publish
ers. Puhli-hed at Ciltiiiibil.riatte
county, the i uiit re f the ari ul
tural porti n -f Xrbn.ska.it i-rc.id
ly hiiiidrcds of people c:it who are
looking tiiw.rrds Xebr.isk.i .r their
future Iiome. Its -ub-irilxrs hi
Xclminka are the staunch, Kiliil
portion of the community, at i
evidenced by the fict lh.it the
Jouknai. Inis nccr contained a
'dun" ajjainst them, and by the
other fact that
In it columns always brings its
reward. Business U biisinc. and
those who wish to rtacli the s.lid
people of Central Nebraska will
lind the columns of the .tori:xi. a
Of all kind neatly and iiickly
done, at fair prices. This species
of printing is nearly always want
ed in a hurry, and, knowing this
fact, we have o provided for it
that we ci"! furnish cneIope, let
ter Iicad, bill heads, circulars,
poster, etc., etc., on very short
notice, and promptly on time as
I coi per .1111111111 $2 00
" Six inontlKJ 1 Ort
" Three months, 50
Single copy ent o anv address
in the United States for 5 ts.
M. K. TURNER & CO.,
CASH CAPITAL. - $50,000
Lhandf.i: Gr.nv.Miv, Pro'l.
Geo. "V. Um.iT, Vice P res' I.
Julius A Mkku.
Edwai:i A. Gkickai:.
Akxkk Tui:n'f.k, Cashier.
ISanlf' or Icpoxir Disconni
all Porn Ik.
Pay Intercut ou 1'Inie Depos
ItETAIL DEALER IN
n ' ii
CHiCAGO & NORTH-WESTERN
Tho Great Trunk Lino from tho "West to
Chicago and tho Hast.
It U th old "jt, hortet, most dirrct. ctmyniemt,
cornforuble and In every respect tbebest lir-y..u
can take. It is the greatrt and rniudcst Itattwmj
oryn;zat!oa in the Lnitcd htates. It on r
2100 MILES OF RASLWAY
I OLX.MAV HOTEL C VKS aro run alons
by It through between
COONCII. BLTJiTS & CHIP AGO!
Nd other marl rnns Piirra n I otel Carj, rr jury
o;htr form of Hotel Con. Uirongu, bctweea the
ilUfuari lUver aud Cbiogo.
P.SSEXGKKS OOrNQ EAST ehoukl bar
tamlnd that this Is the
AND ALL rOINT3 EAST.
V.ueazera by th'a route have choice of FIVE
Dlt'KEKbXT KUCTKS and the adrantace or
Kl-Iit l).i I iy I.Inc fulaco bleeping Cam
from CIIICAuO to
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK,
AND OTHER EASTERN POrNTS.
Iolit that the Ticket Agent relisjoatlckrU by
the North-Western Koad. Examine yonr Ticket?,
awl ref a.o to bar if they do not read orer thin I'oad.
All Agent Fell them uni Check usual Uaggage
Free by th Line.
Through Tickrtu via this Ronte to all Eartfni
Pomt- ca i be procurid at the Central 1'adflc KtH
(04 Ticket Office, foot of 3Iarket Street, ami at
2 New 3Iont)mciV Hreet. San Fran i vo, ami at
all nrrpon Ticket OCict'i of I cnlral I'aciCc, Unroc
I'acile, nml all Western Rai'roails.
ew York OCice, No. 415 Uroadtray. Boston
Oflce. No. 5 State Street. Oma'!: jfBce, 213 Harn
bssa S.rt- t. ban Francisco Oi? x. i New 3tiit-M-aery
street. Ch.ogo Tick:t .''Sets : C2 Clark
"irect, cnd'T Sbe-min Honrc : Canal, corner
,MdlonS reet; Uinzie Street JTKt, corner West
Klnzie ar.d C nal Mrccti : Wells btrcet Depot,
osroer Wills cud Kinzie Street?.
Tor rates or information n-1 aUaisaWe frsi
y;tr fcomu tkict ageat?, apply to
itiirr'rllrin rrr. W. I T. STrromr.
Ckn'13Iu.sr,CcreacJ. Cea'I tf. Ag't. CMwso
A full, frch supply of groceries
STAPLE AND FANCY,
Jut opened, and or sale at tow.rfov h
JSTOlire Street opposite Hie
A (1 A WEEK in tow Uwn.
Mlllkanrl no nrpital rNfcetJ. Yu A
tPV J can Live the IhiIii" a trbrl
uitliout exPHe. The let
opportunity ever nflVrul for the will
in" to work. Yon liorr!u try nothing
elr until you e for yourelfw h.rt vru -
can do at th uuiner we offer. S room
t. nmhin hpre. Yon can ilrvote all
your time or onlv your spare t me to the
Lit.lnAia iml mntrA r!i? ttnv fnr pvrrv
IIUfllllLnn, .hu " p'". I'" J J
hour that you work. Women make a
much as men. hentl for ipecrai urivaie
fArma nii rvtniriiirira. ivniRii we insii
free. V Outfit free. Doa't complain or
naru nme vuirr von ht nu.i
chance. Address II.'lIALLETT & CO.
Fortmnu. 3iainr. -i-j-
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