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WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1830.
National Republican Ticket.
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
FOR VICE president:
CHESTER A. ARTHUR,
Of New York.
AfbraNkaNtate Fair Tor 188.
The State Fair will be held at Omaha
September 20th to 25th, inclusive. The
premium lists will be ready for delivery
after April 1st. Address D.H. "Wheeler,
Secretary Plattemouth, Nebraska.
The public debt for the month of
June was reduced $10,214,424,51.
Omaha's present population under
the new enumeration only foots up
A report last week from Chris
tiania says that small-pox is epi
Men well posted in political af
fairs say that the Republicans will
carry New York in the presiden
The Americans victorious, and
beat the Irish rifle association. The
shooting was done at 800, 900 and
The Omaha liqmblican has de
livered some effective strokes against
the routine, cramming school system
of that city.
The Cincinnati ticket consists of a
man on horseback, followed by a
gentleman in a carriage. Omaha
The largo flouring mill at Green
field, O., was bnrned last week, loss
$20,000. Said to be the work of an
Last week on the Pennsylvania
road two freight trains collided. One
fireman and an engineer wero in
John Monk wai arrested the other
day at Grieg, Pa., for passing coun
terfeit coin. He is a celebrated
dealer in the article.
The gross receipts of the govern
ment from internal revenue for the
year ending June 30th, 1880, will
amount to $120,000,000.
It is claimed that there occurred
in New York city on the 1st day of
July seventy-nine fatal cases of sun
stroke in twenty-fonr hours.
The chamber of deputies at Paris
unanimously adopted a bill reduc
ing tho duty on sugar 30 francs
after the 1st of Octobor next.
Gov. Nance last week re-appointed
ilon. "Vm. Daily of Peru, a mem
ber of the State Board of Education
lor the Normal School at Peru.
Probably it would be well enough
that our government should inves
tigate the alleged insult to the
American flag in Cuban waters.
Gen. Sherman left "Washington
city last week for St. Paul, to attend
the 200th anniversary of tho discov
ery of tho Falls of St. Anthony.
At Yale commencement the hon
orary degre'e of doctor of laws was
conferred on President Hayes. It
will look very nice in print. R. B.
Citt Treasurer "Williamson of
Rochester, N. Y., committed suicide
last week. His accounts were de
clared correct by a committee of the
One huudrcd and eighty deaths in
New York city occurred in 24 hours
ending at noon on the 1st of July ;
no less than 79 were directly caused
by the excessive heat.
It is intimated at PariB that the
Jesuits will apply to the judges,
complaining of a violation of their
rights and asking an order of rein
statement pending trial.
The receipts and expenditures of
the government for the fiscal year
ending the 30th of June, aro from
all sources $333,785,296.77 ; expenses
The Sidney Plaindealer says the
solid Eouth was "lot out" by a dem
ocratic president from Pennsylvania,
and they now hope to be "let in" by
a president from the same State.
A leadville special says, under
date of the 29th nit., that the exten
sion of the Denver & Rio Grande
R. R. was completed to Malta. Cars
will run to Leadvllle within ten
The Banhantle, the organ of the
German Free Masons,makes a strong
attack on Prince Bismarck, who, it
is believed, is suspected of an inten
tion to suppress Freemasonry in
The man murdered at Millard
"had been drinking considerably
and became quite quarrelsome," and
that explanation of the matter will
hit seven out of ten of the quarrels
in public places.
The brigand chief Casino Girar
damo, who In 1861, was the terror
of Benevento district, Italy, and
who voluntarily emigrated to
America, has returned to his old
haunts and occupations.
A passenger train on the C. B. &
Q. R. R. struck a cow on the 30th
ult, at Meriden station, which
threw one coach and sleeping car
from the track. About a dozen
were more or lesB seriously injured.
According to previous arrange
ment Gen. and Mrs. Grant left Ga
lena on the let for Kansas and Col
orado, going via of the Illinois Cen
tral to Bloomington, thence by
Chicago, Alton & St. Louis to Kan
The Supreme court of Illinois de
cided ou the 29th ult., that the State
railroad law is constitutional. It is
stated that the Illinois Central will
appeal to the United States Supreme
At the Adams court v poor farm,
Illinois, the other day, one inmate
killed another; both were insane.
The sufferings of the public's-poor
and unfortunate ward are only
occasionally made known.
President Hayes was present at
Yale College commencement, and
met with an enthuastic reception.
He was serenaded in tho evening,
and made a brief address to the
graduating class and students.
The citizens of Osceola have ap
plied to Gov. Nance to bo allowed
to organize a military company at
that place. It is claimed that a com
pany of seventy-five men can be
raised in that place and vicinity.
Mrs. Sophia Searley, widow of
the late Charles Searloy, Esq., of
Jolict, 111., committed suicide last
week by hanging herself in her bed
room. It was thought that she was
laboring under temporary insanity.
The steamer Seawauhaka burned
to the water's edge off College Point
last week. -The Osseo saved a large
number of tho passengers; there
were supposed to be about 500 on
board, and it is believed that 58
The president has appointed-Dan.
B. Dyer, of Baxter Springs, Kansas,
agent for the Indians of Quapaw
agency, Indian Territory, and John
H. Sullivan, of Madison, Indiana,
agent for the Indians of Moquis,
Generals Pope and Hatch havo
agreed to scatter troops in small de
tatchments over tho entiro territory
of New Mexico, and have General
Buell's 900 men for active service
The Indians will have fine sport
cleaning out those scattered troops.
On the 1st inst., about 2,500 immi
grants remained at Castle Garden,
1,804 of whom arrived on tho 30th
ult. The arrivals for June foot up
42,026. During a part of the six
months just closed there has landed
at Castle Garden 177.36S immigrants.
The State Fair grounds are now
undergoing all neceesnry improve
ments in tho way of additional build
ings, &c, preparatory to holding tho
State Fair. The officers and citizens
of Omaha will spare no painB to
make tho noxt Stato Fair a success.
The Stato Convention of tho dem
ocratic wing of the workingraeu'w
party last week at San Francisco,
disposed of Kearney as president of
the state central comnvttec, endors
ed Hancock and Euli-h and the
presidential electors, ami then ad
journed. Last week tho nowu rmra "Wash
ington states that the republican
congressional committee receive en
couraging advices from all sections
of the country as to tho fouudation
of Garfield clubs, and of the deter
mination to make the campaign a
It is reported that Gen. Hancock
is a very fleshy, heavy man, and
will reach probably three-hundred
pounds, and really is compelled to
wear corsets when he appears on
horseback at dress parade. It is
very evident thathe is entirely too
fleshy to make a fast race.
Charles Townbend who has been
nominated on the Republican ticket
in Ohio for Secretary of Slate, haB
tendered his resignation as member
of the legislature from Athens coun
ty to the Governor of Ohio askiug its
acceptanco aPonce. That is the
right way to do business.
The English house of commons
the other evening by a vote of 303
against 299 adopted Mr. Gladstone's
resolution permitting Bradlaugh to
affirm. The house then divided on
Mr. Sullivan's amendment person
ally excepting Bradlaugh from the
right to affirm, which was rejected.
The coinage at the U. S. mints
during the fiscal year ending June
30, amounted to, in gold pieces,
156,157,785; standard silver dollars,
$27,933,750; other silver pieces, in
cluding cent pieces, $278,659, making
a total coinage of $84,370,144, the
largest coinago executed at the U. S.
mints in one year.
A steamer that left New York
last week crowded with Sunday
School children bound for Long
Branch, was run into by an oil boat
and had a great hole stove in her
side, below the water line. For
tunately she returned to the dock
and safely discharged all on board.
The boat was sinking.
Last week at AtchlBon a saloon
keeper while out riding with a
woman, whose character had some
dark spots upon It, was shot and
killed while in bis carriago as It was
standing before a saloon. The mur
derer was jealous on account of the
woman, who had been putting two
many strings on her bow.
Almost daily the U. P. railroad
takes eastward, this summer, the
bodies of deceased per-ons coffined
and boxed, who are placed on the
platform, and general 1- v the out
side of the car, and tb conveyed
eastward. Persons at .. ked with
lung disease should at ot.ee take tho
advantages of tho mountain regions
of Colorado and not until tho disease
is firmly Beated as no good is likely
to result to the individual under such
circumstances, but on the other hand
generally tends to hasten death.
Selection i" Senator.
The Red Cloud Argus has an
nounced Judge Ga8iin as a candi
date for U. S. Senator to succeed
Mr. Paddock. The Kearney Press
says that if he is, indeed, a candi
date, he will enter the race with the
Fifth Judicial District at his back.
"Buffalo co.;" says the Press, "would
be proud to present his name to the
Legislature, as her favorite, &c."
Instead of the "legislature," why
not say, "to thojieople of tho State."
Are the people not to bo allowed to
say whom they prefer for Senator?
"What is to become of the constitu
tional provision and the law there
under in reference to the people of
the State passing upon this matter?
Is it to be and remain a dead letter?
"Will they be counted out in this
coutest? Hayo they no rights that
the political wire-pullers and legis
lative aspirants are bound to res
pect? Oris this, really, a govern
ment, of the politicians, by tho pol
iticians, for the politicians? The
law provides that the electors shall
express their preference for U. S.
Senator at the coming election, and
why shouldn't the political parties
make the nomination? The Journ
al would like to see both parties
nominate candidates for senator, and
have them discuss together the po
litical issues before the people. Let
them be the ablest men in each
party ; let them lead in the discus
sion. It would be well, too, if our
candidates for congress and for gov
ernor would do the same, and let
the people see what manner of men
To return to the main subject: lot
it bo understood that the people aro
sovereigns and not babies ;that they
have done all in their immediate
power to secure to themselves their
choice for senator, aud the politi
cians should see to it that they pay
some little respect to constitutional
provisions and statutory enactments.
Tho press, at least, that element
of public force which has its origin,
its motivo and its object in tho pub
lic welfare, and therefore stands
among the people, should insist that
tho constitution and the laws be en
forced, especially as their enforce
ment in this iustauco is in the line
of our growth as a political com
munity. Let us, as much as practi
cable, have a government by the
The money stolen from collector
Freeland, of Brooklyn, by his dep
uty, amounting to $19,008, has been
paid up in full. Collector Miller, of
Tennessee, wont out of Office owing
the government $9,100, and "Wheeler
collector of ArkansaB when ho went
out of office was short $11,400.
These accounts havo been made
good by the payment into the treas
ury of tho full amounts. TheBo set
tlements balance all there haB been
loBt in the collection of internal rev
enue under the present chief of rev
enue during the four years of
his administration. Commissioner
Raum has collected $466,722,220 from
internal rovenue and not a singlo
dollar lost to tho government. Ho
shows the bost collections on record.
The excitement in France last
week, caused by the enforcement of
the absolute decree for the expul
sion of the Jesuit fathers had cre
ated in France among the Catholic
population a feeling of great bit
terness. At Val6an, twelve miles
from Lyons, a violent scene occur
red. The JesuitB here had a fine
educational and religious establish
ment. Citizens assembled, sur
rounded the church and buildings,
and fought to drive the police away.
Soldiers wore sent for by the police
and they drove the people away,
broke open the doors of tho convent
and expelled the members of the
order by force. They left the con
vent amid loud lamentations of the
The terms of twenty-four senators
expire next March. Of the twenty
states which will elect senators noxt
winter only eight are considered
doubtful. These are California and
Nevada, now republican, and Con
necticut, Florida, Indiana, New Jer
sey, New York and "West Virginia,
whose outgoing senators are demo
crats. Six votes of a change in the
senate would again give the repub
licans a majority in that body, and
this fact makes the state elections in
the oight doubtful states of great
interest and importance. The re
publicans in tho doubtful states
should make a square and manly
fight to carry the senators.
The Democrats have often remind
ed us that the "old-soldier" business
was played out. That it was "thin."
That the country was "tired of it."
That the masses of tho people de
manded a "statesman" in the Ex
ecutive Chair. That the war was
over. That a man without exper
ience in civil affairs was worse than
useless as an executive. They'll
begin to believe their own story
about next November. They will
wake up amazed to find that for
once they told the truth. Lincoln
The steamship Seawanahaka,
which ran from Peck's Slip up the
sound to Glen Cove, L. I., took fire
and burned la6t weok while off
Randall's Island, East river. Tho
fire was caused by an explosion in
the engine room, and tho middle of
the steamboat was soon in flames.
Of 500 persons supposed to be on
board, 58 are believed to have por-ished.
Trenton, June 28th, 1SS0.
Editor Journal: According to
promise when leaving Nebraska, I
will give you a few items from this
region occasionally. -Wheat harvest
ended here about one week ago and
fiuer weather for the work was nev
er seen. Most of the biuding was
done with twine-self-biuding ma
chines, although some used wire,
but twiuo is the great favorite, on
account of being much less trouble
in threshing and some cheaper. On
account of the weather being fine, a
great many aro going to thresh out
of the shock, and somo aro already
tBrough. "Wheat, so far as heard
from, is yielding about 20 bushels
per acre and of excelleut quality
weighing at the mills, 64 lbs. to the
bu., and millers paying 90 cts. for
the first now wheat. Threshing is
done here altogether by steam pow
er, horse powers being entirely done
away with. The self-moving or
"Traction" engines aro becoming
popular, and saye much hard pull
ing for teams. I saw one moving
on the road a few days Bince, with
separator and water wagon full of
water attached, and then it seemed
to have no load.
"We are going to have an abund
ance of all kinds of fruit, Juno ap
ples selling now at 10 cts. per peck.
There has been very little sickness
in this locality slnco we settled here
and our family are all well at
"While we were living in Nebras
ka tho great St. Louis bridge was
completed, and I always had a desire
to see it; it is truly a wonderful
struoture. It has a double track
railway below, and street-car and
wagon way above Tho Uuion De
pot, however, is a disgraco to the
roads that center in it, and to the
city of St. Louis. We aro only 30
miles east of the city, and, as I am
dealing in live stock, havo occasion
to cross the bridge frequently.
"With our regards to evorybody,
will close for the present.
Yours, etc., S. C. Ely.
the oaivce of death.
A Murder Committed Daring;
the I'roerrcsK of a. Iiall nt
On Friday night thero was a ball
at the bonRe of Henry Karstens, at
Millard Station, and among thoso
who attended were two young men
named F. Mitchell and James Lyon.
About midnight it poems that Lyon,
who had been drinking considera
bly, became quite quarrelsome and
abused a boy, whoo part Mitchell
took up. This enraged Lyon who
then began quarrelling with Mitchell
and finally drew his revolver, but
was prevented from using it by the
bystanders, who succeeded in get
ting him out of the room.
Lyon soon returned, however, aud
again drew his revolver and threat
ened to shoot Mitchell, who then
drew his weapon, and fired, ae he
claims in self-defense, tho bullet
striking Lyon in tho breast and
knocking him down. Mitchell then
fired a second shot, which penetrat
ed tho forehead of Lyon as ho lay
upon the floor. Great excitement
ensued, as a matter of course. Mitch
oil at once surrendered, and Dr.
Link waB sent for, but as he was
Bick, the seryices of another physi
cian were secured. This physician
after examining the wounds, pro
nounced them to bo of a fatal char
acter. Early yesterday morning Consta
ble Kaelber brought Mitchell into
Omaha and lodged him in the county
jail to wait the result. Later in the
day a dispatch was received hero
announcing tho death of Lyon, and
Coroner Jacobs went out to Millard
at once to hold an inquest, which ho
will not finish until to-day, aB he
telegraphed last evening for Dr.
Parker to come out and assist him.
Mitchell, from whom the facts
concerning tho shooting were ob
tained, was overwhelmed with grief
upon hearing of the death of Lyon.
He claims that he shot him in solf
defense. Omaha Jiepublican.
The Apaches are reported to be
on the war path at San Lorenzo,
where they attacked that place and
Governor Louis Terras' ranches of
Chihuahua, shooting over one hun
dred head of horses. From this
place they went west to Santa Clare,
where they captured another hun
dred head of horses, killing some
Mexicans at each place. Governor
Terras, with two hundred federal
Mexican soldiers, and a large body
of volunteers are on their trail.
Mr. Rossmax, manager of tho
Telephone Exchange in Lincoln, has
announced the fact, after holding an
interview with the officers at Oma
ha, that Council Bluffs, Plattamoutb,
Lincoln and Omaha will soon be
connected by telephone; that the
company are uow engaged in mak
ing the necessary arrangements to
that end. Tho citizens of these
towns and cities conversing with
each other will be another wonder
of tho present age.
George Elliott of Elkhart, Ind.
sought an interview last week with
Miss Mamie Darcey, his affianced.
He locked the door of the room and
commenced fireing at her with a
revolver, and at the second shot she
fell. Ho then placed the pistol to
his head and shot himself dead.
Miss Darcey recovered conscious
ness, but physicians pronounce her
case hopelesB. Jealously the cause.
The Chicago News says "that even
when carried away by the excite
ment of debate, when wandering
through space in a flight of oratory,
or when his imagination is winging
its way to realms beyond the clouds,
Mr. Garfield can alwayB be brought
down to the common lovel of man
kind by th cry of "Low Bridge."
TVm. Duncan, tho man charged
with murdering his mother near
Glenwood, Iowa, last May, was cap
tured laBt week by Shoriff Ensign,
through information furnished by
chief of police Jackson of Council
BluflV, who was preseut when Dun
can was arrested at Benuet, this
9tate. Subsequently his accomplice
Long wa arrested. Jackson the
officer in charge took them directly
to Council Bluffs.
"We now understand why Sam
my's loruclosure sn)o at Cincinnati
was adjourned without day. Tho
Now York Supreme Court has just
decidod that a mortgago on a grave
yard, after poople have been therein
buried, is void. There is where the
Democratic party beat Sammy's
execution, and left him with the
usufruct of tho great fraud, as the
only thing to show for his money.
Democratic platform in 1864:
"The war is a failure." Ditto in
1880: "The peace is a failure."
The people in 1S60, 1864, 1868,
1872, 1876 and 1880: "The demo
cratic party is a failure." Omaha
WHEREAS, default has been made
in payment of the three notes
executed by Thomas Ryan to J. I. Case
& Company on the 22d day of July, 1878,
for ono hundred and four dollars ($104)
each, and whereas, on the 31st day of
January, 1879, said Thomas Ryan for
the purpose of securing said notes exe
cuted to said J. I. Case & Company a
chattel mortgage on the property here
inafter described, among other things,
which said mortgage was duly filed and
indexed in the ollice of the County Clerk
of Platte county, Nebraska, on the 6th
day of February, 1879, and whereas, tho
amount due on said notes aud mortgage
on the 29th day of June. 1SS0, is two
hundred and tifty-six dollars and forty
eight cents ($250.48), and whereas, The
J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company
is now the owner of said notes and
mortgage, now therefore the under
signed, for the purpose of satisfying
said mortgage, will, on
Saturday, the 8-lth day of Ju
at 1 o'clock p. m. at the ChecKered Ham
on Eleventh street, in the city of Ca
luinbus, Platte county, Njbraska, seil
at public auction, the fallowing describ-
ou properly to wit: une eclipse sepa
rator: one fen-horse, four wheel Dingee
power, and all the attachments, making
one complete J. I. C.ipc & Company
Threshing Machine, said property being
included Tu said mortgage.
The 5. 1. CASE
529-4 Threshing Mack ink Co.
BY VIRTUE of an order of sale, to
me directed, Issued out of the
District Court, of the Jth Judicial Dis
trict, In and for Platte county, Nebras
ka, I will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, on the
Slat duy of JTnly, A. D. 1880,
nt 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day,
at the front door of the Court House of
said countj, the following described
lands aud tenements, to wit: The west
half of the northeast quarter of section
thirty-four, In township eighteen, north
of range one east of the 6th principal
meridian, in Platte county, Nebraska,
and lots six and seven, in block fifty
two, in the town of Columbus, in Platte
county, Nebraska, and also lot three in
block thirteen, in Stevens' addition to
the town of Columbus, in Platte coun
ty, Nebraska, at the suit of Charles U.
uay, plaint in, ana Luther 31. Cook, oue
of defendants, against John G. Couipton
aud Josephine 31. Corapton, defendants,
as the pronorty of said John O. and
Josephine 31. Compton.
Dated this 23d day of June, A. D 1880.
fi29-f Sheriff of Platte County.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES!
A complete assortment of Ladles' and Chil
dren's Shoes kept on hand.
All Work Warranted!!
Our Motto Good stock, excellent
work and fair prices.
Especial Attention paid to Repairing
for. Olive and latk St.
BECKER & WELCH,
SHELL CREEK MILLS.
MANUFACTURERS & WHOLE
SALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR AND MEAL.
OFFICE, COL UMB US, NEB.
8hopt Btar Foundry, sonth of 4. 4 '. Depot.
All kinds of wood and Iron work on
"Wagons, Buggies, Farm Machinery, fcc.
Keeps on hands the
TI3IPKEN SPRING BUGGY,
and other eastern buggies.
Furat &. Bradle.v Plows.
HAZEN WIND MILL!
HARKIGAN & CRAINE
HAVE the agency for this celebrated
wind mill, and will also' sell
pumps, and make repairs on pumps and
mills. The Hnxea is better governed
than any other more durable, will run
longer, go in as little wind and in great
er than any other, and givej the best of
satisfaction. See the one at the Grand
Pacific, and call on u oppoiite the
THE CO QUILL AED
The Coquillard farm and spring wagous and buggies, not
excelled by any for
Strength, Durability, Good and Neat Workmanship.
CALL. EXAMINE AND LEARN rUICES AT
(Nkar A. & X. Dkpot),
Where you can sell your Grain, Produce, etc., anil buy all sorts of Pure
"THE BEST OF GOODS" MY MOTTO.
laving concluded to change our business by MAY 1st, if possible, wc offer
our entire stock, consisting of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C,
AND A GREAT MANY ARTICLES LESS THAN COST.
We have a good stock, and you can save
AT LEAST 25 PER CENT. BY 13U YIXU OF US.
Whitney Hnd-niade Stoga Kip Boots, Warranted, for - - $2.80
ladies' Shoes, from 50 cents up: -- - -
Men's Hats, from 25 cents to 1.00
CASSIMERES, JEANS, COTTONADES,
And all kinds of DUY GOODS, and NOTIONS, cheaper than can be bought at
A GOOD CHANCE FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS!
Or any ono and every ono that wants to save inoncv. All thai we want of voti
is to come and ev, and wo will convince ynu that we niran jut what we ay.
Columbus, Jan. lSSfl.
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Has on hand a splendid stook of
Dry Goods, Carpets,
Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc.,
At Dies it i m m tarfl of Mm to Colite.
I buy my goods strictly for cash, and will give my customers the
benefit of it.
Give Me a call and covince yourself of the facts.
5W I. GLUCK.
O. B. STILLMAN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES. PAMTS, OILS,
PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
Kcppg on hand all article usually kept in a first-class Drug Store. Dealer
in surrounding country will And it to their interest to purchase from him, an he
can and will give BED-ROCK PRICES.
Prescriptions Carefullv Compounded.
23-A GOOD ASSORTMEXT OF WALL
8 foot whrcl
10 " "
SCH"J7LER IURBLE 770RSB8,
OMAN & BROUELETTE, Proprietors,
Italian i American Monuments,
fi;riti;ke and cou.vrEit tops a specialtv.
P. Lisgfclis U t; l::jir nr spat. Pitr:iiii i:i fsrtitstJczs.
Give U. a Call ! OM A2S & SRQ'U'aB&ETTX.
j G '
PAPER ALWAYS KEPT IX STOCK.
ADAIVIS WIND MILL!
Can't be Beat in Work and Price. Just See!
12 font whcl
Freight included, ten per cent, off for Cash.
I2TThe 31111 fully warranted, as any other flrst.ckm
Wind Engine. Am aho prepared to do any citting for
machinery of every deeription. For particulars rail at the
Colnmlin Foundry. Trms reasonable.
CHAS. SCHRCEDER, PropV. j
IT IS ENTIRELY
Different From all Others
Contains bat one-quarter 'as much
machinery, and is consequently
more durable, less liable to
get out of order, and ea
sier to use than any
Gives Perfect Satisfaction
SSTFOR SALE 15 V
MARSHALL SMITH ami ROBERT BURRELL,
( Centra r. Block).
rlo..'5 Columbus, IVeli.
For Siilc in Platlc County, on Easy Terms,
From $6.25 to $15 Ber Acre,
By J. A. REED.
Office Opposite P. O., Columbus, Neb.
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A. W. LAWRENCE,
AOEXT FOK THE
He will hereafter be found on Mth
street two doors west of Marshal!
Smith's whore he keeps a full line ef
every style of
PUMP. PIPE, HOSE,
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED MILL.
Ahe keeps a Pump IIoHseexelimi voir,
he i-. ablu to sell CHEAPER THAN
THE CHEAPEST. Prnnps for any
depth well. Pirap drlveH or ropaired,
and Rod cut.
GIVE HIM CUL-JM S.ATE MOXEY.
MRS. M. S. DRAKE
Has optRed at her room ah 13th Mt.
Coliimltiix. an emporium of Mil
linTv Goods, embraiHr
LVROE STOCK or
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers,
Together with all othrr ood-t beloHgimc
to :i rir,t. class imllinerv store. ANo I
have a full stock of
Rnttwirk's well-known Patterns.
ExTCall at m rooms ah 12th Stree L.'
.Td door east of Bank IStiikliRg. fti t
KMt'OTT & XA ITi;
DRESS AND MANTUA MAKERS.
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