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Entered at the Tost-offico, Colunibu,
Ni-b., an second ela matter.
" WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1SS0.
National Eepublican, Ticket.
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
FOR VICE peesidext:
CHESTER A? ARTHUR,
Of New York.
Nebraska Mtutc Fnlr for 180.
The Slate 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, Plattsmoutb, Nebraska.
Call for ICcpublicnn Stute Cob
renilou. The Republican electors of the State
of Nebraska are hereby called to send
delegates from the several counties, to
meet In State Convention at Lincoln, on
Wednesday, the lfit day of September,
A. D., 1SS0, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of placing in nomination for
candidate tho following named olflcers,
Three Presidential Electors, and three
One member of Congress.
Secretary of State-.
Comiiilsbloner of Public Lands and
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
And to transact such other business
as may properly come before the con
Tention. The several counties are entitled to
representation in State Convention as
follows, based upon tho vote caM In
each county for Hon. Amaia Cobb, for
Judge of the Supreme Court, in 1879,
giving one delegate to enoh 150 votes,
and one for the fraction of 75 votes, alno
one delegate at large tor each organized
Del. counties. uei.
Adams . . .
Buffalo . .
Burt . ...
Dawson . . .
Merrick . .
Phelps ... .
.Valley . . .
It is recommended first, that no prox
ies be admitted to the Convention,
except such as are held by persons
residing In the counties from which the
proxies are given.
Second, That no delegate shall reprc
sentan absent member of his delegation,
unless he be clothed with authority
from the County Convention, or is in
possession of proxies from regularly
By order of the Republican State Con
Jamks W. Dawes, Chairman.
James Donnklly, Secretary.
Lincoln, Neb., July it, 1S80.
The array worm has made its ap
pearance at Pittsburg.
Quite a snow loll at Mount 'Wash
ington, X. II , on the 29th.
The total population ot Nebraska,
bb hhowu by tht- census, is 452,512.
Sixty-os e deaths occurred from
yellow lever, Iswt week, at Havana.
The Berlin government has ex
pelled MonnutiS m-iking proselytes.
Thikty-fiye brick buines houses
are under contract in Lincoln, to be
erected this season.
Counterfeit ten-dollar note? on
the Ontario bank are in circulation
at Ottawa, Canada.
David W. Clark was receutly
nrreBtcd at Couucil Bluffs lor pass
ing counterfeit silver.
The ("teamer Hiireldean sunk last
week in the EiikIhIi channel. Five
of the crow wero drowned.
Lord Rofenbekhy has accepted
the nomination to i lie rectorship ot
the university of Edinhurg.
Nance county expect9 about
twelve bushels ot wheat lo the acre
as an average crop this year.
Dr. Tanner renchrd hie thirtv
flrtt fast da on the 23 h ult. He
wa bright and in good pint..
The bodies ot three bu ll itinir
in tho Detroit river Imvo been iec-v-ered
(rom the sunken steamer.
News by the way of London re-
SortB an enrihquikp hnck at
mvrna, which demolished mauy
J. H. Stanley, of Harrisbnrjr,
Pa., died on the 23th ult of hydro
phobia.. His owu dog bit hitn five
It is thought that if Spain don't
make the necpMnry apologv fur in
nulling the old Ametican fl-ig then
will be somo trouble.
It is mated at Galveston, Tex ,
that the cotton worm i doinc peiinu
damage to the gi owing crop in va
rious parts of Texas.
Webster Eaton, the proprietor of
the Lincoln Globe, is making a live
ly paper. He to conducting It on a
eblid, substantial basis.
The Republicans hava procured
s. suitable room at Lincoln for use
as headquarters of the State Central
Committee during the campaign.
At the republican ratification
meeting at Chicago one night last
week the Tribune save no less than
30,000 people were in attendance.
Gen. Hancock has been assigned
to the command of the department
of the south during the temporary
absence of Brigadier General Auger.
The mint and sub-treasury at San
FrancUco are overflowing with
silver coin, and application has bepn
made for transfer east of two mil
The Middlenn Savings Bank.
Conn., .was robbed last week o
$8,500, taken from its vault while
accomplice? engaged the clerks it
JosErH Staat8. a vounj man who
bad becu married only nineteen days
was shot dead in his yard at Cen
tralis, III., one night at wek, by
et uftksowa perstn.
. The- assessed valnatiou of Mad
ison is 70,000, so the Chronicle
It is reported from Ireland that
the crops will bo abundant this
The railroad has increased the
assessed valuation of Stanton co.
Boumania is contracting for 20,
000,000 cartridges for the 100,000
men, she can put in the field in the
ca6e of war.
The Omaha Republican is desir
ous of seeing Grant and Blaine on
the stump together this fall, speak
ing for Garfield.
The Lincoln Journal says that P.
B. Byer, treasurer of Franklin co, is
a defaulter of county fuuds to the
amount ot $2,000.
Edward Eoan a bar-tonder at
alta, a 6mall town near Leadville,
wa9 shot and killed Monday by
James Brady, a ranchman, and an
Nearly the entire upper portion
of Empiro City, Oregon, was des
troyed by fire on the 29th ult. The
value of property destroyed will
Michael Maddox, of Baltimore,
wai. arrested last week for the mur
der ot John Schaba. He alleges
that he found the deceased in his
At Atlantic, on the Rock Island
road, a btakeman named Frank
Pomack, was caught between two
cars Monday morning, and was
crushed to death.
Branscom, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
was'sent to tho Tombs in Now York
the other day on tho charge of for
gery of $137,000 sanitaty improve
ment bonds of Jacksonville, Fia.
It Ib reported from Leadville that
Rev. Talmago, after his lecture, vis
ited the dauce bouses aud gambling
places. At one dance-house a girl
asked him to lead a set, but he de
The astronomer Flammarion, ac
companied by his wife and four
servants, started Irom Paris the
other night in a balloon on a long
aerial trip, which h to la.t two
A very severe hail storm pnesotl
over Ridgeville, Ohio. Ial week,
doing great damage to the corn
crop. Many fields damage'd will
not yield more than five bushels to
John Dioos, the negro who in
sulted and outraged Mrs. Tchiffely,
recently near Darnstown, Md., was
taken from the Rockvillo jail by a
mob on the morning of tho 27th ult.
Mr8. Stearneb died in Caldwell
county, N. C, on the night of tho
29th ult., and while on her death
bed made confossion that she killed
her husband several years ago by
Miss Bertie Keneaster, a come
ly young lady residing in Brooklyn,
recently became insane from relig
ious -excitement, at a revival meet
ing, conducted by Thomas Harrison
The search for the wrecked Ma
mie resulted in finding a portion of
the pilot-house on the 25th, about
two miles below where the collision
occurred. One body, that of Mary
Hahn, was also found.
Dr. M. T. Williams, of Mechan
icsburg, Mississippi, was assassinat
ed one night last week. A negro
was arrested on suspicion, and has
since confessed his guilt. He says
he waB paid to kill tho doctor.
Thos. Delano, proprietor of a
livery stable in Chicago, was fatally
mnbbed tho other night by his para
mour. She claims the deed was
hi ought about by his violence to
wuid her and was unpremeditated.
Thos. Ridden thot Martin Kelly
on tho street in Baltimore on tho
night of the 28tn nit. Both had
been drinking, and disputed about
some trifling matter. Kelly is mor
t'llly wounded. Ridden is locked
The town of Youlc, British Co
lumbia, headquarters of tho Cana
dian Pacific railroad, was burned
laBt week. It is believed to bo tho
work of incendiaries, as several at
tempts had been made to fire the
The army headqnarterB will be
moved from Ft. Omaha back to tho
city of Omaha, which is said to be a
Tiuch desired change. The old
hnilding will be turned into a gar
rison, aud new quarter? routed in
The democrats in Vlrgln'a rely a
good deal for success in tbeir pres
ent split and divided condition, on
a marked diminution in tbo colored
vote, owing to a want of ability or
neglect to pay the poll-tax levied
George Bell and Henry Clark
were recently arrested in New
York city, charged with passing
counterfeit checks on tho National
Bank, and the Baltimore and Mer
chants Bank of tho same city, and
The Journal Co. at Lincoln have
lot the contract for their new build
ing to be erected on tho site of the
old Atwood House. It is to be
finished in November, and will be
decidedly the best and handsomest
printing -office in the State.
Dr. Tanner, the fasting physi
cian, on Monday last, for the first
time since he commenced his fast,
scknowledged that he felt very
weak. He retired for the night at
10 o'clock, but did not rest quietly,
1 Ms itoosiflh being ot pf order.
Tlic State Convention.
The Omaha Bee think6 tho Re
publican State central committee
took a snap judgment on tho peoplo
by calling tho convention so early
as the first day of September, being
a little over four weeks in which
timo therepublicans will haye but
little time to give uotico of their
primary meetings, holding their
county conventions and appointing
delegates to the state convention.
It is certainly a very brief peripd in
which to provide for the nomination
of a state and county ticket, and
would doubtless have resulted in
greater harmony to tho party had
more tiuio been given. "
The snap judgment comes in most
prominently iu the published call of
the committee for holding the state
convention, in which the committee
have tailed even to allude to the
nomination of" U. S. Senator. What
appears to make this action on tho
part of tho committee look still
stranger, if possible, is the fact that
the committee in uiectiiiy had the
senatorial question before them, and
voted that the matter of nominating
a senator bo left entirely t the
action of the state convention Now,
why not say that much iu the ctii?
The very least that can be said in
regard to the action of the committee
on this branch of a plain and simple'
duty required bv the constitution and
law of the state is that it shows a
total disregard for the wishes of the
The people, by experience, have
witnessed and become disgusted
with the manner in which tho sena
torial contests were conducted in
the legislature, delaying and neg
lecting proper and needed legisla
tion, to the detriment of the inter
ests of tho people. This committee
could not have boen ignorant of the
motives of tho people in making
the change in the mode of nomi
nating a U. S. Senator, and should,
with the greatest pleasure, have
assisted in bringing about the
We have no hesitation iu saying
that tho state convention will have
n perfect right to take Action upon
thia subject and nominate a candi
date for U. S. Senator, but thou it
will be urged that tho people wctc
not notified by tho committee, aud
that delegates wero not selected
with special reference to taking
action upon that subject, and thus,
by what we characterize as a snap
judgment, the plain will of the peo
ple may bo defeated by tho action of
Hon. Thomas Wolfe of Seward
called tho attention of the committee
to tho subject, but John M. Thurs
ton and J. L. Mitcholl, so wo are
informed, spoke against including
the subject in the call, and a canvass
of tbo committee having shown a
decided stand against it, the matter
was not further urged by its friends.
The truth of tho situation, in our
opinion, is that the votes of 'the
committee in this matter were de
termined by the bearing members
thought it would have on their pre
ferred candidates, rather than by
the right and the law. The senato
rial contest Is Paddock against the
field. Senator P-iddock is so strong
with the people that if they can get
the opportunity to pass directly
upon his election they will choose
him by a large majority.
Vo urge upon the friends of fair
play and constitutional and legal
right to select delegates to the state
convention with reference to thin
question. Let the people's blaz
proceed, notwithstanding the. cold
water thrown by tin- commit'! e. and
if it i found that the present state
and national official, or any of
them, have used their position and
influence to thwart the will of the
people as expressed by themselves
in tho adoption of the constitution,
and asrain by their immediate repre
sentatives in the passage of a law
requiring a popular vote on U. S.
Senator, let such be dropped from
the roll of officials as their turn
comes. Public opinion must be re
spected by public men.
Charles Darby, of North Mis
sissippi, has recently communicated
to northern friends that there 1m
never been a froe election in that
region since the war. No man,
whito or black, in tho vicinity where
he resides, dare vole a republican
ticket. He 6ays the democracy
down there brag of it, and are proud
of it. Mr. D.arby says the south
would not be solid If everybody
could vote as they desire. The
shot-gun is tho argument to keep
the demooracy in power. This is a
beautiful comment upon our boast
ed freedom. Has the doctrine of
stateB' rights bo blinded the general
government that she can no longer
guarantee to her citizens free speech
and a free ballot under the consti
tution when U. 8. officers are to bo
chosen? If so, it is full time that
all her citizens know it, and if, in
their terrible indignation they pro
claim, by the eternal justice of
things, citizens shall have the right
to free speech and a free ballot in
every spocial locality of this coun
try, then, in such an event, the men
who have inaugurated this shot-gun
policy or any other policy to defraud
citizens of their vote6 had better get
out of the way, and call upon the
rocks and bills to hide them from
the presence of an indiguant people,
who in the past, by the hundreds
and thousands, have offered their
lives to secure liberty and freedom,
aid will apaia pit up tht saps
offering. What has passed in many
respects to obtaiu freedom" will iu 1
the immediate futuro be repeated, if
such, terror and despotism is per
mitted to be exercised ovor any
nurabor of American citizens, but
with a ten-fold power against the
offenders. The coming election, if
not conducted fairly and entirely
without tho shot-gun aud corpora
tion policy, will kindle a fire that
will not end until it burns out all
this wicked despotism. If the geu
eral government hss no method of
enforcing the provisions of the con
stitution to protect a citizen in his
rights and punish all offenders who
intimidate him or deprive him of a
free ballot, then they who do the
.wrong must take the consequences,
and a terrible conflict is imminent,
for corne it will unless justice is
done and the laws obeyed.
Investigation of the Mamie dis
aster has commenced at Detroit, and
there seems to be a determination to
probe the caue of the disaster tlun
ougtily, and fix the guilt where ii
belongs. It is stated at Detr.iii,
now to be public news that tlu
pilot had a girl in the pilot Ihmim
with him not long before the acei
dent. Tiie b dies ot eight ot tin
victims have been found. Solemn
requiem was aid on the 26di n't.,
iu Holy Trinity church with 10,0'JO
The pmb.iblo causo of the fire
which occurred iu Omaha on the
26h ult., came from a man
who was considerably intoxicated,
seen passing in and out of the build
ing with a stub of a cig-u in his
mouth. Tho Omaha papers say it
is the worst conflagration that ha
visited the city in the past two
years. The loss cannot with cer
tainty be arrived at, but it Is believed
will reach $15,000 to $20,000. The
property burned wa mostly insured.
It is slated in an exchange tin!
tho military has been called out in
Alabama to prevent 'he negroe.
Irom lynching tho nricked iiipii
niio pumnioli-d negro Thompson
and murdered his daughter the oth
er night. This is reversing tho com
mon order of things down in Alt
bama. The objection used to be
urged by this same people that the
military should always be subordin
ate to tho civil power. The shoe
pinches now on the other foot.
L. A. Saalfield, who represented
himself as an advance agent of P. T.
Barnum somclimo sinco at tho Wlth
nell House, Omaha, when leaving
gave a draft of $50 in settlement of
his bill, receiving some cash for the
balance. The draft turned out to be
not good. Mr. Kitchen, the land
lord of the hotel, had the chap
arrcstod tho other day at Denver,
and he will bo taken back to Omaha
for trial. He also obtained $5 from
another party in Omaha.
Mr. IIoofian, formerly.a resi.dent
of the Bender neighborhood in Kan
sas and who had frequently seen
them, was at Fremont on the 30ih
ult., and identified the man recently
nrrosted there as old man Bender.
Ho isuot so positive as to the woman.
The woman claims that Mrs. Bender
died in 1876, aud says that Kate is
in Minnesota, and that John Bender,
jr., is in this state. They were to
have met him to-day. Officers are
on tho trail.
B. W. Moore, a prominent attor
ney, shot and mortally wounded
Charlps Haynes, colored, lat week
in Tennessee. Haynes had inter
rupted him in a spepch at a barb
que, and Moore subsrquentlj spoke
'o him wbout it, when Haynes be
became ar gry and grasped a', a
stick which Moore had iu his hand,
when Moore drew a pistol and lii-
ed. Moore gave himself up.
A report comes from Lincoln thht
Stale Auditor Leidtke has beek ask
ed by Gov. Nance to turn into the
treasury seven thousand five hun
dred dollars, fees received for insur
ance outside of regular business, and
that he has refused, on the ground
that the money was his, by right.
Gov. Nance has instructed the Att'y
General to proceed against the
Auditor for the amount.
The residence of Hon. D. H. Sol
omon of Mills co , Iowa was enteied
on the uight o'f the 27:h ult., by two
burglars, one of whom young Sol
omon shot and killed. It was known
that Mr. Solomon had received a
largo sum of money on the day pre
oeeding. The dead burglar's nsme
was Stephen Williford.and wo9 em
ployed In the vicinity as a laborer.
It is understood that the commis
sion sent out from Washington has
concluded a treaty with the Uncom
paghre Utes, and expect to succeed
in closing a treaty with tho Southern
Utes. Instructions have been re
ceived at Los Pinos Agency, from
Washington, that the reservation
would not bo opened for settlement
until the Indians are removed.
Two brothers, John and Henry
Wolcott, both engineers and having
charge of different trains, came in
collision Saturday evening on the
Long Island railroad at Morris
Grove, just beyond east New York,
and both were killed.
Eight sea lions esoaped from their
confinement at Coney Island last
week. Tho bathers in that vicinity
as a matter of course are afraid of
ting tht aalmals in tht wattr.
Cojie now, farmers, .what about
voting' on U. S. Senator? Do you.
want to try it? Would you roally
like to know what Vk county
wants, once? Wo can doit, it we've
a mind o, State Central Committee
or not, State Convention willing or
not willing. Write us sr.inpihiii:
about the matter Plattsmouth
Dr. Tanner was very teeble on
the 31st, but is still confident. Last
Saturday at noon brought him t
the thirty-fourth day of his fast.
Next Fridav at noon will eloe out
his forty days, but Dr. TannerV
purpose "is to fast forty-one days,
which if he sucorel? in doing, will
end next Saturday ut noon.
T. W. Sigoui'NEY, a prominent
and wealthy citizen f Sin Francis
co, was shot and killed the oh-v
day in the post-office there by Ge
W. Smith, ex-sheriff of the count
Tho. foreclosure of a mortjwirp !
Siournev, which dispossesPiLSoiii I
of all his property, was the cause lo
Thf. colored camp meeting, near
Hill-horn. Ohio, who broken up la"
'V'ek bv a iMiiir of white rousrhs wh
invided the r mnda. About fiti
shots were fi'- d, and clubs and bnul
dis were ttplv upd Threp per
sons wi'P aiM-inualv hurt, prohabh
allv. and manv mheis more or les
A hog tl.ief is rpjrn rded aa a ven
niein man. hut the c'lap who stole
nnd carrifd ,'n-av fmir rhnronirh
hced pig's f mr weeks I1 from W.
T. AI'po's pisf ppm nem- Lincoln one
iiisrht la-t w fie pn-sih!v xvo?.u to
escape the odium of 'he enl rn'e
mi Hccoout of the s'ze ot ihe ani
mals. A yoivJu :nni nap I) .-n Me
Kay eiiiiito. eil mi in- ! ut A
Anderson near Ws. .1 '' . wa-as-aulted
M..nfln b . 'k ami
Michael Rn.ha.ui. ;i- -' " '" art
joining mini, ami n h1 p.-iiinleil t
death. The m irder r n now in
j n'l and unf-li exieiiir"it prevails.
W II. 'U.UMAN. ev- M-tdent ot
ho dpfnuci F.i Na'i-"'i,il Bink of
Gc'M-gHturt i Col., iiulic ed wr etn
o. 7.1 mi;: f-t.m hi; hai.k -.t.n hundred
thniisml '1 Har- of us ipmIs, gave
liim-eh up the other Uv to the
proper authorities in New York,
and will re1 urn to Co'"f-rl .
Sheriff Gkeog r F.em-n, cap
tured two persons on 1 1 - 20h nit.,
.upp"--d to be the oid man U-jider
and Kin, the notorim:-. Ivaiisaf
munlireis It u said ihut they
made a partial conlessiou. The"
will be held until parties arrive
from Kansas to identity them.
The recent decision of Judc
McCrary dissolving the injunction
to re.it r.tiu the Oinalm & Souths ext
ern riilwav from crossing the Union
Pacific tracks at Omaha give the
former road the right to paa ov-r
and lhu enter upon the broad acres
Tin: third annual exhibition of the
Central Nebraska Fair APOciati'ui
and Horticultural Aochnioii wii;
be held at Hastings. Sept. 14'h-17-h.
A large number of firtt-clnp- picmi
ums wrlf be distributed. Send to
the Association lor a premium list.
TriE ship Winchester, from Ma
nilla, with sugar for tho St. Law
rence refinery at Montreal, wan
wrecked hist week in the Straits ot
McCiS-r. Thp cargo un valued
at from 1S0,000, to .f 200,000, and
Joe Thompson', colored, who re
side 20 miles from Atlanta, Gi .
was drugged from his house la-'
week by fifteen disgui-ed men, who
beat him and hi wile teariullv
tatally shot his son, and killed his
The election for state nnd count v
nfflees took place in Alabama Moo
day. The Republicans have no state
t'eket in the field, and were in
trneted to vote the greenback ticke'.
70.000 detn cntic majority is a low
It is Htaie' tl a) the Wabash line
ot railrourl wes opened up with the
;pt train from Omaha Sunday
louth and east. This line will make
'he run eleven hours quicker time
than the present time idblo by other
From Mobile we bwii that the
English hitqup R. W. Wood arrived
a quaian'ii'e mai w ck it'i elIow
fever. Tl.e -eend nvit vis very
ill. All h'ltid on bo.ird I v bn"n
down except M.rro ir-' died.
TIenrj Ilesa, iho am .'e little
sh who was killed ' !. ing i
sleep on the raiirond hack near Cal
houn recent I v. has bi-'ujilu sni'
against thp St. Pint and Sioux Ci'v
road claiming 5,000 damages.
A RFCP"T diipttch from Havre
repi-rtg iIim nr'ival of tl m,nl oteain
it DeruiM.i. from ihe W-M Indie-,
with tin' nllow iewr on hoard.
S-vera! deaihs occurred n the pass-
A French i-cuiptnr c'aim" to have
dUc-veied cel'iilntd admirably
adap'ed 'or .stereotyping.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
COLUMBUS STATE BANK,
At the clono of lntnes8 Ju
ly SI, 1830.
Loans and discount $ 61.019 "tl
County order account J,72i 77
Cash W,7W 68
Due from hanks 7f;2i 97
Real estate and furniture 8,56 f Ot
T T A TltT TTir!
Deposits nubject to check I 83.2W "73
flertlflcates of deposit K1.84I 10
o.n:1 elnxl- nairi In IK llflfl .0
IB "00 0
Uudividetl surplus funds .
I hereby certify that the above state
ment U correct.
Abnzk Tcrneb, Cashier.
Columbus, Aug. 2, iSso.
jir J. THOMPSON,
And General Collection Agent,
St. Sivurdt, $0ni Ct., X.
The Coquillard farm and spring wagons and baggies, not
excelled by any for
Sk - i$th, Durability, Good and Neat Workmanship.
CALL, EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES AT
Wi. Becto's stanU, Loi EstalsM mm Store,
(Near A. A N. Depot),
Where, you can sell your Grain, Produce, etc., nd buy all sorti of Pare
THE BEST OF
Hains concluded to chance our business by MAY 1st, If possible, wo offer
our entire stock, consisting of
DMfSTI ! IOIOIO
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C,
AND A GREAT 'MANY ARTICLES LESS THAN COST.
We have a good stock, and you can save
AT I.L1AST 25 l'LR UEN'T. BY 1JUYINU OF US.
Whitney End-made Stoga Kip Boots, Warranted, for
ladies' Shoes, from 50 cents up.
3Ien s Hats, from 25 ceute to - - -
CASSI3IERES, JEANS, COTTONADES,
I And all kinds of DRY GOOD?, and NOTIONS, cheaper than can he bought at
! Wholesale to-day.
Ia'GOOD CHANCE FOE COUNTRY MERCHANTS!
Or urn one And every one that uant to save money. All that we want of you
is to come aail t-eeaiid wo will convince you that we mean jtut what we say.
CoLinwus, Jan. 1S60.
Dry (roods and Clothing Store
Has on hand a splendid stock of
Dry G-oods, Carpets,
Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc.,
uses M were new
I bay my goods strictly for cash, and will give my customers the
benefit of it.
Give Me a call aud covince yourself of the facts.
O. B. STILLMAN,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
Keep on hand all articles usually kept In a first-class Drug Store. Dealer
In Mtrroundlnjr cotiitrv will tlnd it to their Interest to purchase from him, as he
can and will give BED-ROCK PRICE3.
Prescriptions Oarefullv Compounded.
E-A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF WALL
iCoIurabui Foundry. Term reasonable. (
OMAM & BROUELETTE, Proprietors,
taliani American Monuments,
FUKITI'2tE A."VD COWTEB TOPS A SPEC1AJL.TT.
P. LsijiH: li m lsSr '- IjAzxiJ ijsi izritzMeu.
Give U Call I
G-OODS" MY MOTTO.
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Retail Dealer in
PAPER ALWAYS KEPT IX 8TOCK.
Can't bo Beat In Work and Prioo. Just See!
8 foot wheel $60.00 J 12 foot wheel . . f 5.00
10 " Otf.OOJM " 1BO.OO
Freight included, ten per cent, off for Cash.
'SSTThe Mill fullv warranted, as anv other flrst-clas
Wind Engine. Am also prepared to do anv casting for I
mirhinerv of evervdescrlntfon. For particulars call at the
CHAS. SCHRCEDER, PropV.
I 1 r'l i
r r m isajv
it r y
rr is kntirely
Different From all Others
Contains bat one-quarter as much
machinery, and is consoqaently
more durable, less liable to
get out of order, and ea
sier to use than any
Gives Perfect Satisfaction
J3TFOR SALE BY
MABSHALL SMITH and ROBERT BCREELL,
For Sale in Plalle County, on Easy Terms,
From$6.25 to $15 dt Acre,
Jiy J. A. 3REE13.
Office Opposite P. O., Columbus. Neb.
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f Colfax. Itutitr, Stamen. DikiM, Dix
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A. W. LAWRENCE,
AGENT FOR TniS
He will hereafter he found en 13th
gtreet two doora went of Marbail
Stnith'H where he keep s. full line ef
every tvle of
PUMP. PIPE, HOSE,
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED MILL.
A he keepi a I'unip nuse eTchnlvelr.
he Is. able to iell CHEAPER THaS
THE CHEAPEST. Prnnp for any
depth well. Pump drlvn er repalretl,
and Rods cut.
GKE HIM 1 CALL aVD SAVE MONEY.
MRS. M. S. DRAKE
Ha opened t her rooms on 12th t.t
Column it, an emporium of Mil
Unery Goods, Tabraclng'
LARGE STOCK of
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers,
TRIMMINGS ! 1
Together with all other good blon2litr
to a firat-rlass mJUu.erv store. Also t
bavft a full tocit of
Bntterick's well-known Patterns.
S3TCall at mv rooms oh 12th Slreet,
3d door eait of Bank BiilldfB?. 61 1. r
YT7-ESCOTT A: TAFFE,
LBESS AND XAXTUA XAKEKS.
3? Work done in tbe latent and neat
er: stjle. Shop on 12th 9t est cf
Bank. Sir-C z
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