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Entered at the Post-office, Columbus,
Noh., :i -fcoml flti-s mutter.
W KIXEDAY, JULY 14, lfO.
National Republican Ticket.
JAMES A. GAUPIELD,
FOR VICK PRESIDENT:
CHESTER A. ARTHUR,
Of New York.
elrasUa?tate Tnlr lor 18S9.
The State Fair will be held at Omaha
September 20th to 23th, inclusive. The
premium lists will be ready for delivery
after April 1st. Address D. H. Wheeler,
Secretary, Piatt pmouth, Nebraska.
The cost of taking the census of
Chicago amounted to .$12,000.
The completed census of Chicago
shows a population of 502,940.
There is considerable sickness
among the children at Lincoln.
TnE genuine army worm has ap
peared near Sacramento, California.
Up to the 7th inst. very favorable
reports of French crops were re
ceived at Pari6.
It is said that Bob. Toombs has
come back into the Union and will
vote for Hancock.
Col. Pelton, nephew of Mr. Til
den, died at Xew York city on the
morning of theSth.
The State Journal company at
Lincoln has let the contract for a
new building at a cost of $23,0S0.
Harvest prospects throughout
Prussia are very bad and there will
uot be more than one-half average
Last week Col. E. B. C Cash, of
Chesterfield, Sonth Carolina, killed
Col. Wm. Shannon, of Camden, in
The Cedar Valley woolen mill, on
Crospem creek, CheBtnut Hill, Pa.,
burned on the 7rh inst. The loss is
The North Loup Mill in Howard
county, fell into the river the other
day. It had been undermined by
the high water.
The saloons in Lincoln pay heavy
licenses, each $1,000. There are
eight saloons In all and bring in
I.v well informed political circles
in both Vienna and Berlin, war be
tween Turkey and Greece Is con
John R. Ltxch (colored) has been
nominated by the republican con
vention for congress in the sixth
Stvator Hoar said the other day
in Faueuil Hall that Hancock is not
the representative, he is the mask, of
the democratic party.
Reports from the North Platte
country give the wild fruit crop in
abundance. Plum trees and grape
vines are loaded with fruit.
The citizens of Canton, Geneva,
Switzerland, have voted 9,305 to
4,064 against the law for the sep
aration of church and state.
The boiler of a threshing machine
cxplodod near Dunkirk, O., on the
7th. killing seven persons and
wounding eight others, three fatally.
Jacob Kcxtz, of New York city,
on the 7th inst. shot his wife, fatally,
and then killed hinrtelf, because his
wife insisted upon going to a pic-nic
Gen. Grant and party arrived at
Denver on the 7th, and were met at
the depot by a large and enthusiastic
crowd. The General made a short
There are four presidential can
didates and each one is over six feet
high, and weighs over ISO pounds,
and all of them are in excellent
Some of Hancock's friends say he
will, prior to the publication of his
letter of acceptance, tender his res
ignation to the president as major
A man by the name of Jones, at
Cincinnati, O., shot the entire top of
his bead off, last week, wtth a shot
gun, at the residence of bis wife,who
had recently left him.
Judge Lawrence, of Ohio, it it
intimated, will be appointed by the
president first comptroller of the
treasury, rice Porter, nominated for
governor of Indiana.
The ministry at Madrid was con
sidering last week the question of
the indemnity demaaded by the
United States for loss sustained by
American citizens in Cuba.
Dr. Tanner, of New York, re
cently faBted one hundred and twenty-five
hours, without any percepti
ble ill effects. The Dr. claims to
have fasted in 1877 forty days.
The news from Constantinople
last week report that the Musselmen
of Jakova have had a fight with
the christians of Tandesi, and sev
eral were killed on both sides.
It is stated that the German na
tional party are hopelessly disor
ganized by dissensions, which are
very bitter, while the progressists j
party isprogrossing remarkably.
The Supreme Court of this State
convened in regular session at Lin
col u on the Cth. It is stated that
quite a number of important cases
will come ,up for bearing at the
A Swede by the name of Johnson
was found murdered at Chicago,
ear the artesian well. His com
panion with whom he,wac last seen
drinking the nighVbf the murder
could not be foundvf
It was stated last week at Dubliu
that the harvest prospects in Ireland
aro more favorable.
One hundred and ten magistrates
have resisued in iFrance ratheKthan
enforce religious decree W
Several of the deputy collectors
engaged in the.!Red?Oak officelsin
Georgia have recently been arrest
ed. "We learn from Paris that decrees
against non-authorized religious
congregations were to be enforced
during last week.
Chester A. Arthur has declined
a dinner tendered him by prominent
republicans at the. Union League
club on last Thuradaj-.
A new telephone has recently
been tried at Lemana. The inves
tor claims that he will be able to
transmit sound to America by cable.
Clarence E. Davis, the most
notorious bigamist of the century,
waB sentenced last week at Chicago
to five years in the penitentiary, and
The President last week appointed
"W. A. Stone United States district
attorney for the western district of
Pennsylvania, and Chas. C. Waters,
U. S. Dist. Att'y- for Arkansas.
Db. Bbadlev pronounces the fast
er, Dr. Tanner, a fraud and unwor
thy the notice of honorable scientists.
He believes that Dr. Tanner has
bee&.-detected in receiving food from
The Kearney post-office was rob
bed the other night of about $11.
Letters and packages were cut open.
The burglars broke the knob off the
combination lock, but were unable
to force 'the safe.
' The express train that runs from
Kansas City to St. Joseph was
boarded at Wmthrop station on the
morning of the 9th by masked men
and the safe robbed of $250, and a
package of jewelry.
Gen. Slocum declares that Han
cock "will sweep the country like
a hurricane.' The Chicago Times
says "Gently, general ; not so much
devastating wind. It's early in the
canvas, and that sort of thing is too
Thf Spanish government has in
formed the State department at
Washington that they believe the
ship which fired on the American
schooner off the Cuban coast, was a
pirate, as there is no Spanish vessel
of that description.
The funeral of George Ripley, lit
erary editor of the New York Trib
une, took place on the 7th inst.
Among the pall bearers were George
TV. Cnrtis.TVbitelaw Reid, President
Barnard,-of Columbia College, and
Edmund C. Stedman.
The President recently signed the
commission of David M. Key of
Tennessee, to be U. S. district judge
of the eastern and middle districts
of Tennessee, and of Horace May
nard, of Tennessee, to be postmaster
general of the United States.
Capt. Payne with Borne 300 men
has a second time invaded the In
dian territory, and this time has
met with no molestation. He was
ejected the firBt time by the mil
itary. Ho now defies the authority
of the government and the courts.
Troops are concentrating on the
eastern and western frontiers of
Greece, in consequence of concen
tration of Turkish troops. "War
appears to be very certain at this
time and the predicted result is that
it will end in the dissolution of
News from Dublin reports the
weather throughout Ireland very
favorable to crops. It is said that
the potatoe crop will be enormous.
It promises to exceed anything in
Ireland anterior to the famine of
1847. Ifcot and cereal crops are
Miss Ida IIawley, a beautiful
young lady, employed at the Cincin
nati House, Nebraska City, was
found alone in her room on the 5th
dying from a gun-shot wound. She
was conscion8, but there is no hope
of her recovery. She would neither
admit nor deny suicidal intentions.
The Jockey and trotting clnb of
Chicago have raised a purse of
$2,500, open to all trotters, and to be
trotted for on Thursday July 22d,
the third day of the regular meeting.
The pnrse will be divided, 11,500 to
first, $600 to second, $400 to third ;
mile beats, best three In five, in
Last week Louis Zerga was shot
and killed at Omaha by "Wm. Gozo
Io. The latter has, ever since the
commission of the crime, eluded the
officer, and at the present writing
has not been arrested. Governor
Nance has offered a reward of $200
for the arrest and conviction of the
Mr. Andrew Robbins," a work
hand of David Paddock at Milford,
Pa., eloped the other day with Miss
Rosa Paddock, daughter of his em
ployee. It is believed they were
married at Newton, N. J., and left
that place by, rail for the far west.
The father had a warraut issued for
the arrrtt of both. Love laughs at
bolts, locks and warranto.
The rain storm in eastern Nebras
ka last week extended as far west as
"Waboo where the wind was very
severe. At Omaha it was accompa
nied by some hail, the stones being
an inch in diameter. It was one of
the heaviest storms ever experienced
ia that locality. Several basements
in the city were flooded with water,
resulting'in ceusiderable damage.
The Grand Island Independent
priuts entire the Journal's article
on selection of senator, saying "it
contains some sensible suggestions
that .coincide with our views. By
I all raeansthe State convention noni-
inateaudlthopeople decide it."
JThe ClaVksville Messenger prints
tbes,article without comment.
The Omaha Republican condes
cends to quote from the name as
J coming from a "rural newspaper,"
I and labors through a column article,
endea coring to prove that "our
rural contemporary" is seeking to
have enforced a "constitutional en
actment that is utterly powerless."
"We should be glad to see the press
of the State take up the discussion of
this question which interests us all,
and bring before the people the fact
that we have among us newspapers
(and politicians, no doubt,) who are
endeavoring, and who will continue
to endeavor to thwart the will of
the people as expressed in their
coustitution.and statutes thereunder.
Let the light shine upon this thing
to the end that the right may pre
vail. The press, the "rural press,"
especially, of the State are little
beholden to politicians, or to those
who deal in senatorships, &c, and it
is their duty as standing among the
people to give the warning cry
against those newspapers which are
well known and recognized as the
mouth-pieces of political jobbers
Judge Savage on Saturday last
rendered a very important decision,
holding that no appeal lies from the
county court admitting a will to
probate. In this case the will of
Joseph "Weiser was duly made, de
vising all his property, valued at
about $5,000, to his brothers and
sisters, excluding his widow from
any interest whatever in his estate.
The widow contested the will before
the county court, but it was finally
admitted to probate, from which
decision the widow appealed to the
district court and tho motion made
to dismiss tho appeal was sustained
by the district court on the ground
above stated. This case clearly
disclosed a defect in the legislation
of the state, which should speedily
meet with tho proper remedy.
Just about the time the the news
paper reporters were closing up
their accounts of the Smelting
"Works fire at Omaha, which was
about midnight, the alarm of fire
was again heard, which soon dis
closed the Omaha grain elevator in
flames. The fire department was
powerless to do anything to save the
elevator, which was all ablaze before
their arrival upon the ground. The
elevator was owned by John Mc
Cormick, D. S. Barriger and Fred.
Davis, who composed a stock com
pany. Tho origin of the fire is
unknown ; some persons believe it
to bo the work of an incendiary.
The loss on building and grain will
reach $00,000, partly secured by
The Chicago Advance publishes a
statoment from Gen. Grant denying
the report published in the New
York Truth that Gen Grant cher
ished personal animosity and petty
spite against Hancock ever since the
Mexican war. Gen. Grant says :
"You have probably seen that I
denied the canard started by the
New York Truth the very day it
was started. I have nothing to say
against Hancock. I have known
him for forty years. His personal,
official and military record is good.
The party which has put him in
nomination is bad. Yours truly,
U. S. Grant."
A terrific rain storm visited Des
Moines last week and a few miles
west of the city it took the form of a
water-spout. Vaumeter, a small
town, was submerged in three feet
of water, and the embankment of
the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
road was washed away. At Win
terset a part of the cupola of the
court house was blown away, and
the railroad round-house was de
molished. Corn was crushed to tho
earth and badly twisted, causing
Berious damage to the crop.
Kearney and Hastings were vis
ited last week by a severe rain and
wind storm. Tho Lepin House at
Hastings wae partly unroofed and
badly flooded. Many buildings
were moved from their foundations,
and numerous barns aud sheds went
the way of unsubstantial structures.
The same results are reported from
Kearney. Two or three buildings
wero unroofed. Chimneys, out
housoB, sheds, stables and fences
wero scattered to the winds ; damage
estimated at $5,000.
Mrs. Blake, who attended the
Chicago and Cincinnati conventions
in the interest of women's suffrage,
at a meeting held by the suffrage
society at New York city the other
evening, made an address in which
she denounced the republicans for
their want of courtesy.and although
the democrats, she said, admitted
the delegates, they tailed to con
struct a plank favorable for them in
Atlanta, Georgia, had an old
fashioned celebration of the fourth
of July on the 3d. It was the grand
est celebration since the war. The
visitors were estimated at 20,000.
There was a procession of military,
firemen and wagons representing
business industries. Senator Joseph
E. Brown spoke in City nail Park,
to an Immense gathering. A grand
display of fireworks in the evening.
Editor Journal: Our celebra
tion on the 3d was a pleasant and
enjoyable affair, aud fully 1,000 were
assembled in our city to cnjoythem
selves in the various amusements of
the dav. Our cot net band discours
ed excellent music, and tho Glee
Club, accompanied by tho organ,
captivated the 'ear, and enchanted
the heart of the assembled patriot",
young and old, male and female,
with their songs, most excellently
rendered. Dr. Engelhard was the
orator of tho occasion, and delivered
a most excellent oration, but from a
Republican standpoint hardly suita
ble for such a gathering, and such an
occasion. The Dr. is a good speaker,
and a part, at least, of his auditors
were more than satisfied. Then
came the good, old-fashioned basket
dinner, friends gathering in groups,
and friendly chat. After which was
the foot race, sack race, and many
other amusements, until the time for
parting came, and our city once
more assumed its usual quietness,
and methodical business status.
The wheat crop will be light, some
complaint of chinch bugs, on new
ground it is very poor indeed. Corn
will be good, where it has sufficient
The political situation suits us
exactly ; a Garfield club is to be
organized here, and energetically
work for the successful soldier, the
eminent scholar, the matured states
man, who we believe will honor the
country in the office to which he will
be elected. Our hope, too, is that
our Nebraska papers will conduct
(as does the Journal) the campaign
on its "merits," instead of the vile
personalities, and slanders too often
indulged in, to dofcat an opponent.
For onco let it be measures, not
personalities; and the right and the
true will win. Why Not.
One night last week at midnight
threo transports left the arsenal at
Constantinople for Soto, with seven
battalions of troops, five batteries
and a quantity of ammunition. The
troops were ordered disembarked
stealthily. The disband men t of
4,000 soldiers in Thesaally, whose
time has expired, has been forbidden.
Numfrous meetings were being
held last week throughout Ireland
to sanction the land agitators. At
one meeting resolutions were passed
congratulating the United States on
the anniversary of independence,
and declaring that Ireland waflght
ing the ame battle that America
fought a century ago.
The Omaha lice thinks that under
tho recent opinion rendered by At
torney General Devens that the
President is authorized to fill vacan
cies in federal office", whether the
vacancy occurred during or since the
session of congress, is likely to
re-open the race for the Nebraska
It is stated that ex-Gov. Jewell
will soon take charge of his rooms
in New York city at 215, Fifth Ave.,
as chairman of the national republi
can committee, and reside on one of
the upper floors of the new head
quarters throughout the presidential
campaign. The now chairman means
Citizens of Omaha were startled
by tho disclosure of the fact that
Mr. Gilbert H. Collins sent a bullet
through his brain aud expired at
midnight on the 11th. It is regard
ed at Omaha as a very sad suigide,
no cause being known to induce the
terrible act except a fit of temporary
Thos. D. Deyarnette shot his
sis sister Nellie Deyarnette five
times, two of which will prove fatal,
at Danville, Va., on the night of the
8th in a house of illl-fame. The
sister says he did right to shoot her,
to wipe out the disgrace, and wishes
he may not be punished.
The earthquake at Genoa Sunday
week was the most severe and wide
spread that has been known in
Switzerland for many years. Two
persons were killed. Several metres
of the summit of Senelbelberg near
Quartn fell, overwhelming a large
An earthquake recently occurred
at the Island of St. George, one of
the Azore group, resulting in the
formation of another. GOO yards dis
tant and about 18,000 square yards
WHEREAS, default Ins been made
in payment of the three uotn
executed by Thomas Ityan to ,T. I. Case
& Company on the 22d day of July, 1878,
for one hundred and four dollars ($104)
each, and whereas, on the 31st day of
January, 1879, said Thouia9 Ryan for
the purpose of securing said notes exe
cuted to s.iid J. I. Case &, Company a
chattel mortgage on the property here
inafter described, among other things,
which said mortgage was duly tiled and
indexed in the office of the County Clerk
of Platte county, Nebraska, on the 5th
day of Fehnriry, W7!, and whereas, the
amount due on said uotes and mortgage
on the 29th day of June, 1830, is two
hundred and tittv-si? dollars and forty
eight cents ($2T)C.t3), and whereas, The
J. I. Case Threshing JIarhine Company
is now the owner of said notes and
mortgage, new therefore the under
signed, for the purpose of satisfying
said mortgage, will, on
.Saturday the 2-1 th day of Ju
at 1 o'clock p. ra. at the Checkered Ram
on Eleventh street, in the city of Co
lumbus, Pl3ttc county, NJhraka, seil
at public auction, the followingdcorlb
ed property to wit: One JEclipse Sepa
rator: one ten-horse, four wheel Dingee
power, aud all the attachments, making
pne complete J. I. Case.fc Company
Threshing Machine, said property being
included in said mortgage. ' "
The J. I. CASE
529-1 Threshing 3Uchi's Co.
NOTICE TO THE TAX -PAYERS
IN ACCORDANT C with the law t'0,
erning cities of thejfeccond ol.i,
requiring that an estiiuitofof the proba
ble amount of money necessary, lor all
inniiicIpalpiirpo.us.to licraixjiV iuYsaid
city during .the tisc.il year for ttjhloh
annual appropriation is to be made,
witKa statoment of thrrexenuo off lie
'cjtyTor the previous liNcJT ) earJbt'Tjjuli
lished four weeksuu -omo newspaper,
Resolved. B the Major and Cnum il
in en ot . olliillbll?. that the following
estimate and st itciin-nt be ordered putt
lished four consecutive weeks in Tiik
Estimate of the probable amount of money
necessary for all municipal purpose's
for the cnsuiwjji8c.nl year: r v
Total pi obablc amount of mone'y '
necesarv tor all municipal
purposed - - :M,WKM0
Apportioned as follows:
For alary of l'oli(fuX. ..
4 ' " " Citv Treasurei
" " " " Clerk
. . Attorney .
Grading and repair-, of street,
alleys, menue- and the con
struction ol bridges ouherts
For sinking fund
For special protection against
lire . .
For books and other stationery
necessarv for the Use of the
For 'publishing ordinances and
other lecal notices .. ..
Statement of the revenue of Columbus for
the year l87l, as shown from the City
Treasuier's report for that year:
Total valuation ol all real,
personal and mived proper
ty in said citv $18.1.17200
Total amount levied on all
Total amount collected on all
Total amount delinquent on
all funds ,
4,3 IS 5.1
J. P. UECKKH
Attest: II. J. Hudson, Mayor.
City Clerk. 5.11-1
BY VIRTUE or an order of sale, to
me directed, issued out ofthc
District Court, of the 1th Judicial DfsT
tiict, in and for IMatte count, Xebrai
ka, I will sell at public auction, to tin
highest bidder for cash, on the
aim luy or July, A. 1. 1SSO, A
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon ol said day.
at the front door of the Court House ol
slid county, the following described
lands and tenements, to wit: The west
half of the northeast quarter of orciiou
thirty-four, in township eighteen, north
of ra'rnce ono east of the Gth principal
meridian, in Platte count. Nebraska.
and lots six and soen, in block iittj
two, in the tow u of Columbus, hi llatti
count. ebrasK i, md also lot three in
block'thirteeu. in Stevens' addition !
tin: townot Columbus, in IMatte coun
ty, Nebraska, at the suit of Charles. II.
Mav, plaintiff, and Luther M.Cook, one
ot defendants, agiiiist John G. Coinptmi
aud Josephine M. I onipton, defendants,
as the property of said John G. and
Josephine M. Comptnn.
Dated this 23d day of June, A. D., 10.
RRNJ. SIM ELM AN,
i'.2f).u Sheriil of Tiattc Countv.
FIRST IN THE HELD
WITH THF LARf.EST AND REisT
J3TDon't fill to call and see rav oils,
and get prices befoie ou bii . I will
sell ou the
BEST LAKD OIX
clear as watei, a cheap .h any one else
in town will "ell you the poorer iU ill
CASTOE, SUCK AND G OILS
Away down in price, and awiv up in
qualit. Axles r'H', o.. and ev
erything in this line at UOITOJI FIO.
l'Kl. lliawirot the oil to sell and I
am ;oing to sell it.
DO YOU EVER
Have use for a SIMKVGE7 If jnu do,
call on me. I haethc LARGEST and
REST stock of-ponge ever brought to
Columbus. Sponges from 1 ct. upwards.
I bought them direct from the largest
sponge fishers in the
and I can undersell any one in town
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
For all Summer Complaints. ''
The largest bottle and strongestcsence,
for the LEAST .MONKY. Don't forget
the place .
BECKER & WELCH,
SHELL CREEK MILLS.
MANUFACTURERS & WHOLE.
SALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR AND MEAL.
OFFICE, COL UMB US, NEB.
HENRY LITERS, '
SUopi near Foundry, fonth of A. i. X. Depot.
AH kinds of wood and Iron work on
Wagoni, Jiu?gies, Farm ilachinery, &.
Keeps on hand the -
TIMPKEX SPUING BUGGY,
and other eastern buggies.
Furat & Bradley JPlojvs.
-Vr .7. THOMPSON,
' .NOTABjr B,UJiLia .-
"AruFGenerar Cdllecf ion4 Agent,''
St. Edwards, Boone Co., yeb.
The Coquillard farm and spring wagons and buggies, not
fc; g" . excelled
. , Ml
Stengtir. Durability flood
CALL, KXAMINF. AND LEARN PRICES AT
Wm. Beta's Marfl, Long EsllisM BrocBry; sub,
(Nkvr A. a: N Dkpot),
Where you can soil your Cralii. Iroliicp, etc.. and buy all sorts of Pare
4THEBEST OF "GOODS" MY. MOTTO.
HuMiig concluded to chanire our business- by 3IA1 1st, if possible, we offer
our entire stot k, consisting of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C,
-ANDl A-GREAT MANY ARTICLES LESS 'THAN! COST.
-' - - OF CLOTHING
'We have a good stook, and you can save
' - 'lM.EAsTj: PERCENT. RYIUTYINn OF US. ""
Whitney Hnd-made Stoga Kip Boots, Warranted, for - - $2.60
Ladies' Shoes, from 50 cents up
Men's Hats, from 25 cents to 100
CASSIMERES, JEANS. COTTONADES, " .
nd all kinds of TRY flOO)s, and VOTIONs, cheaper than can be bought at
f Wholesale to day.
A'G'O'OD CHANCE FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS!
Or .itn mir mil p..-ry im tli.it inti in aale inniipr All Hut ni' n mt nf y.ii
i In i'hiiii mil i'i', .mil r mil romim.'. )mi tint m- iiiimii jit-l nliitl ne iity.
COLUMIIU3, .Ian. 1SSII.
- THE REVOLUTION
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Has on hand a
Ready -made Clothing,
Dry Goods, Carpets,
Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc.,
At prices M were never lepfl ef hint ii Celiies.
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.
w I. GLUCK.
C. B. STILLMAN,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DBUS, MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS,
PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
TT'attna nn It ivwl nil 'lrtti.lna iiuilnltr Irnnt
in surrounding country will find it to
can and will give IIKIMIOCK PRICES
""' .v " .:.""."' """.? " ... ' 'r -".-...-.
Prescriptions Carefullv Compounded.
JSJ-A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF WALL
-- machinery orpvcrvnecription. For particular rill at tue
,.. a.F.a .
SHRUB 1URBLE 770SKS,
OMAN & BPOUELETTE, Proprietors,
Italian I American Monuments,
riTimiTITKE Al GOl'WEK TOPS A HPErlAI.TY.
j Pt;isiUa Is ss Issgar tzr ajist. Pitrcsisj itt Irrtltittei.
OlveUta Gall I
bv anv for
and Neat Workmanship.
splendid stock of
in a firat-plivtt Ikrur. Qtnvo ndatni. I
their Interest to purchase from him, it he '
PAPER ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK.
ADAMS WIND MILL!
Can't be Beat in Work and Price. Just See!
foot wheel ., 00.00 I 12 foot wheel 9 .5.00
lit " u.t.oo ii " 1:10.00
Freight included, fen per rent, off for Cash.
ITTbe Mill fully warranted, as any other first-class
Wind Engine. Am also prepared to do any castings fr
m j . Itriiiin ir-(-ii.ia.iv
CH4S. SCHRCEDER, Prop'r.
IT I KNTIKELY
Different From all Others
Contains bnt one-quarter 'as much
machinery, and is consequently
more durable, less liable to
get out of order, aud ea
sier to use than any
Gives Perfect Satisfaction
I3TFOR SALE BY
MARSHALL SMITH nnd ROBERT BURRBIL,
fiirMKr, Columbus CVeb. 1
For Sale in Platte Countv, on Bawrrms
Prom $6.25 to $1S 5er Acre,
Ky J. A. REED.
Office Opposite P. O., Columbus, Neb.
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$4 t $ mir mre 5&m
A. W. LAWRENCE,
AOKXT FOK THE
II will hereafter he fattm! h VMt
! street two doors west f Mriml
Smith's where he keep a fall llite f
every stvle of
PUMP. PIPE. HOSE,
Ami the Olebrateri
I X L FEED MILL.
Ashe keeps ,i Pump Hone exclusively,
he i ahle te sell CHEAPER THAN
THE CHEAPEST. Pumps for aitr
depth well. Pump driven r repaired,
and Rods en I.
GIVE IIM 1 CALL A.YD SilTB MYEV.
MRS. M. S. DRAKE
Hits opened at her rooms on IQ Hi t..
Col ii ni l mm. aa emporium of Mil
linerr Goods, emhrieimc
LVRGE STOCK of
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers,
j TRIMMINGS ! I
Together with all othr roods below!
to a tir-t.cjis milliner) itore. Al 1
have a full sto k of
Bnfferick's well -known Patterns.
fiTC ill il my rooNM on 19th Street.
, 3d tlnor ea-t of tttnk KihMim;. .l(.-e
mixcorr v ta wk,
DIIF.SS AXD XAXTGA MAh'BMS.
i 3 Work iw in tfo latest tti tm
et tyle. hop H lk ai e-l of
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