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V" K I N ES I A Y, J E I'TEM 15 E K 1 1 , 1 S7S.
Cull Tor n Kcpulilicnn County
The Kcpublienn electors of Platte
cnuMtv, Nebraska, are !k leby called to
send 'delegates from the -cveral pre
cincts to inert in oinity Convention at
the Engine House in Columbus, on
Satuhday, Sept. 21, 1S7S,
nt 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
placing in nomination ennuidates for
the following named offices, viz:
One County Commissioner for Dis.
triet No. 1.
One Itcnrcscntatlvc for the SSth Rep
resentative Pi-trict (l'latte).
And to eleet delegate as follows: To
the Stato Convention to he held at Lin
coln, 0-t. lt: To tin Convention of the
Hili Senatorial Dixtrict (l'latte and Col
fax;) To the Conention of the .rlt
Representative IM-trict (l'latte, Colfax
and Cutler), and to transact such other
luiness as may properly come before
The primaries for electing delegates
to the Countv Convention will he held
in each precinct at thu usual place or
holding election (except in Columbus
precinct, which will he held at the En
pine House) on Saturday, Sept. 14, 1S73,
the polls to he open in the several pre
cincts from 3 to ft o'clock p. in. of said day.
TIih several precincts are entitled t
the following number of delegates re-
Lost Creek, -KNmark,
Ilntler, .... 2
Hut rows, - - - 1
Oranvillo. - - - 1
Looking 'la-. - 1
Pleasant Vallcv, - 1
Voodville, - - 1
Walker, - - - - 1
It I recommended that no delegates
be admitted to the County Contention
unle.' they arc duly accredited from
the precincts thev represent.
Hy order of the Republican Count
"M. K. TrnicEit, Uh'ti.
P. B. Bonrsteei,, Sec'y.
CoLUMUUS, August 10, 1S7S.
Two inches of snow fell at Clicy
enne ou the 9th.
Enteupuise lm9 again brought
out the Daily Kearney Press.
Omaha is now tlchntiug the pro
priety of creeling suitable water
Ax other call will soon be Issued
for the rcdoniplion of f,000,000 5-20
bonds of 1SG5.
G. "W. Daily takes entire charge
as editor and publisher of the Ham
ilton County JVckv.
It is announced that Gen. Lew
"Wallace, of Indiana, has been ap
pointed governor of Xow Jlcxico.
Indication's arc that the Stale
Kepublican ticket in Vermont will
bo elected by 1S,000 or 20,000 ma
jority. JtlibS "McDonald committed sui
cido the oilier day by jumping from
n steamboat into (he Missouri river
at "Nebraska City.
Tin: remains of Hon. Frank
Welch left Omaha last "Monday, and
will go direct to Huston, Mass., for
Senatoi: Blaine addressed an
immense crowd of people nt the ag
ricultural fair grounds at Minneap
olis on the 'id inst.
Ttk steamer " Princess Alice "
was struck amidships by the " By
well Castle," a screw collier, on the
3d inst., drowning between four and
live hundred passengers.
Okvillk Gkant, brother of cx
rrcsident Grant, of Elizabeth, X. J.,
was the other day declared to bo in
sane, and scut to the asylum at Mor
ristowu. AiotiT 3000 citizens were at the de
pot nt Bcloit, Wis., to welcome Sena
tor Blaine. From the rear platform
the car ho frpokc brielly to llc
people. The train left amidst cheers
Rakus appeared on the exposition
grounds at Minneapolis, Minn., ou
the Gth inst., to beat 2:11 for ."?2,000.
Although be failed, he made three
good heats 2:lf1, 2 do1,,' and
Wm. IIvnt, who was supposed to
have been burned up in tho Central
Hotel lire at Omaha, Uns turned up
all riht, having left tho city and
crossed over to Council Bluffs.
A reunion of soldiers of the
North and South was held at Mari
etta, O., on the 5th. Several prom
inent officers and speakers were
present. It is stated that general
good feeling prevailed.
The Knights Templar of Nebras
ka arc holding their annual encamp
ment nt Hanson Park, Omaha. The
camp was established ou tho 4th,
and the nitcudance is large, every
lodge in tho Stato being represented.
If Senator Thurman has changed
his views on the currency question
from hard to soft money no politi
cian acquainted with him will doubt
for a mo cut that he is insincere in
taking that stand, whatever notion
may have operated to bring about
Jx consequence of the death of
Hou. Frank Welch it will become
necesfsry to elect two Congressmen
for Nebraska at the coming election
in November. One to fill the un
expired term iu the 45th congress,
and the other for the full term of
Many of our readers may remem
ber the suit brought by the notori
ous Scars against sundry citizeus of
Colfax county for giving him a short
notice to leave his home in that
count', which case has been ou
bandSjfoc--long time, was set for
No abatement of the yellow fever
in the localities south whero it has
prevailed up to the Gth. One hun
dred and fire deaths in twenty-four
hours reported at Memphis on that
day, aud at New Orlcaus same day
cQ new cases and 61 deaths. Dona
tion': ra being received from all
porticos of the United States for the
relief of 4Ju! fcujTerurs.
Seventy-five thousand rations
have been issued up to the Gth inst.,
at Memphis aud other points, and
three hundred and twenty-nine
families fed in one day.
The turn-out to wclcomo Pres
ident Hayes to Chicago on tho 3d
inst., was a grand affair, tho proces
sion reaching nearly live miles. A
grand reception was held in the
evening at the Grand Pacific. The
Presidential party was composed of
the President and Mrs. Hayes,
Dcvans and Burchard, Webb CM and
Vi:i:y liberal contributions arc
still being made throughout the
northern states to aid the suffering
in the yellow fever districts. Hurry
up the donations, for according to
the latest account tho numbers of
the sufferers are daily increasing.
Ons of the most startling features of
the distress is the want of help to
properly care for and nurse the
FitoM the Chicago Tribune we
learn that Mr. Frenchchief of the
new railroad bureau, is of the opin
ion that the recent doubling 6f rates
of freight between New York and
San Francisco is a part of a scheme
on the part of the railroads to com
pel shippers to make special freight
contracts with them, so as to com
pel merchants to ship tho bulk of
their merchandise by rail instead of
Gen. Josei'H E. Johnson lias
been nominated for Congress from
Richmond. Ho is still laboring iu
democratic darkness, and says the
South owes its release from con
dition of conquered promises to
the Democratic party, and declares
himself opposed to national banks.
We should think that tho bare men
tion of "conquered promises" by
the Gen. would be quite offensive
to certain parties iu the South.
The house of bishops, in session
at New York City on the 3rd inst.,
deposed Bishop McCoskry, of Mich
igan, from tho holy ministry and
from all offices thereof. It will be
remembered that there was a scan
dal with which the Bishop was im
plicated, and during its pendency
he sent in his resignation and then
sailed for Europe. His resignation
was before the Bishops, but they
refused to accept it, aud deposed
him from the ministry.
A coirnnsi'ONDENT from Wash
ington City publishes a statement
purporting to conic from General
Grant, in justification for receiving
an increase of salary, or what is
known as the " Salary grab." We
regret that the ex-President has
seen proper to revive this "Salary
grab", business, as every congress
man and senator who did any thing
to secure this increase has felt, from
the people, whenever an opportuni
ty occurred, the biting unpopularity
of the measure, and the loss, in
almost every case, of political pos
ition and place.
The question of rebuilding the
Grand Central Hotel is already
being discussed in Omaha. Every
citizen of Omaha we should think
would feel a personal interest in
having in their city a hotel of the
class of the Grand Central, but
it would appear that the company
who own the property arc full'
able to rebuild without any aid
from the citizeus. Considering the
great interest that the citizens of
Omaha would feel in such an enter
prise, having felt in the past its
benefit, they would not hesitate,
but voluntarily go forward aud
assist iu rebuilding so dcsirablo
and improvement to their city.
Undek the prevalent system of
making nominations it is all-important
for voters to make known their
sovereign wills at llic primaries.
Don't allow "professional politi
cians" to taint the political fountains.
By "professional politicians" we
mean those whosemain thoughts arc
how to get office, and whose ambi
tion is to be known as a political
"powers' in the laud. The influence
hich merit and force of character
always have Is worthv of all praise
and emulation, but the sordid desire
for political pelf is despicable and de
serving only the execration of right
minded men. Attend the primaries
and select good men. These re
marks aie peculiarly applicable to
our Democratic friends, but neither
will the reading of them hurt Re
publicans. Gen. John C. Fkemont, wife, son
and daughter, were at Chicago on
the oth inst., en route to Arizona,
where the General will at once enter
upon the duties of Governor of the
Territory, to which he was recently
appointed by President Hayes and
confirmed by the unanimous vote of
the Senate. No act of President
Hayes and no vote of the Senate
confirming any nomination gave us
more pleasure than this small trib
ute to the acknowledged worth and
services of General Fremont, after
so long a time of neglect by the po
litical friends. We hope that still
higher honors await him from his
true friends, as he goes to Arizona
with the expressed intention of do
ing a"l he can for the development
of tho country, as he knows it has
great resources and a varied climate
suitable for stock raising, and agri
culture :besides this itsminesare rc
uowued the world over and will be
its great wealth. Already the busi
ness eye of the General h.13 taken in
the situation and suggests a com
mercial treaty with Mexico, and
thinks it is much better to trade
with them and a great deal inoro
profitable than to go to war with
The Hon. Frank Welch was in
good health on the morning of the
4th inst., and drove from Norfolk to
Neligh in the morning and attended
to some business, and in the eveniug
about 8:20, while in conversation
with friends, fell back in his chair
and expired within twenty minutes
Hon. Frank Welch was Nebras
ka's congressman, and had just
entered upon the political canvass to
obtain the nomination for a second
term, with a fair prospect of being
his own successor; but he has been
suddenly cut down, giving an other
strong proof of the truthfulness of
tho saying that "in the midst of life
wo arc in death." Peace to his
A 'JTerrlDle Fire.
The Grand Central Hotel at Oma
ha, which had just been renovated,
was burned on tho night of tho 4th
inst., and is now a mass of ruins.
Iu tho excitement it appears difficult
to obtain facts. The first statement
claimed that the fire originated iu
the mansard roof, and later it was
asserted that the tiro started from a
tallow candle, which a plasterer left
sticking in the wall at the top of the
It Is quite evident from the ac
count given of the fire iu the Omaha
Republican that it is exceedingly
doubtful, even if the water had not
given out, whether or not the fire
department could do any available
work to 6top the Haines.
About midnight the inner wall of
the building fell with a crash, bury
ing, as it is believed, four of the fire
men Lou Haudull, John Lee, Louis
Wilson and BillcyMcNamara in the
Max Meyer, a pipeman of engine
No. 2, has several fingers of his left
hand severely crushed and bruised.
Two other men were badly injur
ed by a large section of the ceiling
falling upon them.
Many other persons were injured,
but we failed to obtain their names
and the precise extent of their in
juries. Tho property was owned by1 vM
Atlgustus Kountzc, of New York,
and the loss is estimated at over
$300,000, with $100,000 insurance.
We failed to learn tuc extent ot
the injury to the Omaha Herald
building, but are informed their ma
terial was saved, and that the Her
ald of Thui'eday was to have been
issued from the Republican office.
The Union Pacific eugino and an
engine from Council Blufi's came to
the scene of the fire, but too late to
check the flames.
It was reported that several fire
men had been buried under the fal
len walls. The most reliable state
ment is that Charles Itapp, Lou
Ilaudall, Wm. MeNamara, Louis
Wilson and John Lee arc missing
at the time the first report was made.
Henry Lockfcldt probably died from
Early iu the morning the charred
body of a man was taken out of
the ruins which proved to bo the
body of John Lcc.
Later accounts confirm the report
tlial the tire caught iu the mansard
roof and burned downward.
Latei:. The search for the un
fortunate victims was prosecuted on
the 5th, resulting in finding what
was believed to be the remains of
John A. Lee, Win. MeNamara,
Louis Wilson and the charred re
mains of a; other body which could
not be identified but believed to be
tho remains of A. D. Kaudall.
Henry Lockfcldt died from the ex
tent of his injuries, as was predicted.
Wm. Hunt was still mining, and it
is feared he lies buried beneath the
The Herald property is greatly
damaged, but is fully secured by in
surance. "Yellow I'evcr JNcapc.
Editor Journal: I notice the
statement that one of the Mississippi
towns, situated some 750 feel above
the sea, expects to escape the Yellow
Fever by its elevation. Very posel
bly it may, but the accompanying
statement, that yellow fever has
never been known 500 feet above
the sea, is an error. Indeed, a state
ment, which I have seen before now
circulating through all the newspa
pers, is also an error, namely, that
the disease has never been known
2500 feet above the sea level. I my
self have known it to prevail fear
fully 4400 feet above tho sea-level.
The British soldiers iu Jamaica used
to be quartered at the seaside ; but
as they suffered greatly from tho
fever there, they were removed to
the Stony Hill barracks, about 1800
feet higher. Here, however, they
were not exempt, and at last the
Home Government sent out word
that they were to bo taken up into
the mountains until they were be
yond the reach of the epidemic.
Accordingly they were cantoned at
Newcastle, 4400 feet high, about as
high as it is practicable to place
them, although the mountains actu
ally extend 3,000 feet higher still.
But at Newcastle there have been
destructive outbreaks of the malady.
Of course the higher the latitude,
the less the requisite altitude. But
any place in the Americas which is
capable of au uninterrupted summer-heat
of three weeks is, I take it,
liable to the yellow fever.
Ae to the British troops, men of
their reckless and drinking habits
would hardly be exempt, I should
fancy, on the top of Chimborazo.
Ctly Council Proceedings.
Council Ciiamukr, Columbus, Neb.,
Saturday, Sept. 7th, 187S. (
Regular meeting of the City Council
-was called to order by Ilis Honor, the
Mayor, Chas. A. Speicc.
At roll call Councilman Burgess,
Kavanaugh, North and Tobl, aud City
Marshal Itiokly were present.
Communication from Messrs. "Weber
and Kuobel asking the City Coun
cil to investigate the manner in which
the City Marshal takes up cattle run
ning at large in tho city ff read aud re
ferred to committee on police.
Trauscripts of Police Judge in cases
of State vs. Paul Hoppen, Satn'l Gass
P. Y. Smitz and Wm. Selmcdcr were
read and placed on file.
Olfercd by North:
lie it resolved by the Mayor and Coun
cilman or the City of Columbus that the
Committee on public property be and
they arc hereby instructed to purchase
for the use of tho Town Hall fifty chairs
of such quality as they may deem prop
er, payment to be made for said chairs
by Warrant on the General Fund of said
city of Columbus.
Offered by Kavanaugh:
Jlesolved by the Mayor nnd Council
men of the city of Columbus, that the
street commissioner be and is hereby
directed to lay crossings on the cast side
of ll" street, across 14th and along south
side of 11th, across IC and 'L' streets.
Offered by linker:
Jlesolved by the Mayor and Council
men of the city of Columbus, that the
property owners on the cast side of
Washington Avenue, owning lots Nos.
4 and f in block 147, and lots 4 and ft in
block ICC, be ordered to build a suitable
sidewalk, four feet wide, along said lots,
in accordance with ordinance No. 47,
walk to be built within teu days.
Offered by Baker:
Resolved, that tho owner of lot 8, in
block 62, be ordered to repair the side
walk along the west side of T' street
within ten days.
Councilman North offered resolution
to declare the oflice of Night Police va
cant from Nov. 1st until next general
election. The same was laid over for
action at next regular meeting.
Committee on public property report
ed lots not disposed of iu blocks A. II.
aud O., in Columbia Square. On motion
report was accepted.
Committee on judiciary recommended
that license bo issued to M. Lyons and
Wm. Schroedcr, to retail liquor. On
motion the report was accepted and
The committee on sidewalks were in
structed to confer with County Com
missioners to have them make provision
for payment of walk constructed along
west side of Washington Avenue, abut
ting block 'C and that in case they
fail to do so tax be levied against the
property. The committee were further
instructed to have the City Engineer
give complete description of all property
ilong which walks were built under
ontract of the city, and to report an or-
finance :at next meeting, levying special
ftax against such propert
I lie .narMiai was instructed to notny
all parties found guilty of violating the
ordinance regulating the sale of liquors,
the .same being ordinance No. 00, to ap
pear before the Council at the next reg
ular meeting and show cause why their
license should not he revoked.
The City Attorney was instructed to
prepare an ordinance to prohibit thu
destruction of city property. ANo one
relative to working city prisoners on
Finance committee having examined
the same recommended payment of the
ON STREKT FUND.
A. Henry lumber
("has. ltrindley labor on streets
(has. Hriiulley guagc wheel
Hirani Itrindlev. team on streets.,
(i. W.Clark " " " ..
John Andrews labor on streets...
ON r.KNKKAL FUND.
W. T. Itatisdcll judge of election $ 2 00
W. W. Purges clerk of election. 2 00
K. W. Webber judge of election 2 00
Frank Fields night police fcW.OO
fees $2.10 37 10
S. S. McAllistor's fees iu case of
State vs. McCarthey .Ui5
.1. ,1. Ilicklv's fees in above case.. 2 10
Jlenj. Spiefman " " ' " . 2 75
S. S. McAllister in case of State
vs. White 3 60
.1. J. Hickly's fees in above case . 2 10
Henj. Spielman's fees reduced to 2 00
In case of State vs. J no. Itreniiau the
committee recommended that the Mar
shal's fees $3.15 be paid, and no other
Fee bill in cae of Stale vs. Jno. Doe,
was recommended to be indefinitely
On motion the report of committee on
the various bills above mentioned was
adopted, and the clerk directed to issue
warrants on proper funds for the differ
In bill of costs in case of State vs. S.
E. 1'hillips, councilman Raker moved to
pay jurors and witnesses only. Council
nuiu North offered anieudeut that all
costs in the case be paid, except the fee
of Constable Wake and Deputy Sheriff
Huber. Amendment lost. Original mo
.lurors incase were M. II. White, T.
C. Ryan, Howard Metz, N. E. Small,
Perrv Lushbaugh, and M. E. Clother;
Witnesses, c. E. Itickly, 11. C. Preston,
John Gilbert, George Hrindley and Jno.
Council adjourned to meet Saturday,
Sept. 11th, 1S7S, at 7:30 o'clock, r. M.
Wliat No. 1
?2 2523 00
. 2 252 50
U 14 O
" " 3 '.'..
Kyc . .".
Beans pbu 2 0003 00
Peas ' "51 20
Onions ' 40(350
Fatllocs, 2 80(33 00
Fat Cattle 1 802 00
Calves 3 00400
Good veal, per hundred
Hides, green salted,
CCL?1'33 riHAl'CIAL VA2Z2T 2S?a2T.
Corrected by Columbus State Bank
Platte County Warrants.- 85 to 100
Othnr 70 In no
School District Bonds...
Exchange on Europe
" " New York."
" " Chicago ..
" " Omaha. ...
75 to 00
75 to SO
90 to 100
1-5 of lp. cl.
l-o " "
Canada currency, 5 per cent, discount.
bilver change in large amounts
Silver dollars, par.
IT PATS TO TEADE
AT THE ORIGINAL
ONE-PRICE GASH STORE
Because our expenses are very small compared with other stores in Co
lumbus, which enables us to sell
NICE 2STEW GOODS
At PBICES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. Wc have one or the" best stocks of
CI'OTIIIiXa. all of the latest styles, that ever was brought to Columbus
and at lower prices than Clothing was ever sold for before.
We have a full line of
BLUE FLANNEL SHIRTS, and a Complete Line of
G-ENTS' UNDERWEAR at Low Prices.
DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
White Embroiders, Millinery Goods, Prints,
BLEACH MUSLIN, UNBLEACHED MUSLIN,
HATS, CAPS, G-LOVES AND MITTENS,
WHICH WE CLAIM TO SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER
STORE IN COLUMBUS. COME AND TRY US.
MORRISSEY & KLOCK,
Storo Opposite M. H. White's Harness Shop, Olive Street.
G. H. KIUUSE & S02STS,
(Successors to IV. 11. WINTEUUOTIIAU,)
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Have always been the Motto of
DEY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES, 9 FANCY NOTIONS,
Hats and Caps, G-loves and Mittens.
TVe arc also I-Icaclqiiartei? on
Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev
erything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talfc is Cheap, hut Wo will nob 7jg unrlcr.wlcl by any
Straight Dry-Goods House in the West.
A Child can Buy as Cheap as a Man. One Price to All is Onr Motto.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
JAEGGI & SCHUPBACH,
(Successors to A. Henry)
LUMBER, LATH, SHIMLES,
AVINDOWS, DOORS, HLINDS, BUILDING TAPER,
Oak Lumber and all Kinds of Moulding.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES!
A complete assortment of Lnillrtt am Chil
dren's bhocs kfpt on hand.
All Work Warranted!!
Our ITIotto Good stock, excellent
work and fair prices.
Especial Attention paid to Repairing.
Cor.OHrcand 13th St.
Men's and hoys' suits made in the
latest style, and good tits guaranteed, at
very low prices. Men's suits $G.O0 to
$!M0, according to the goods and work.
Uoys' suits $3.00 to $L00, according to
ISTCLEANING AND REPAIKIKG DOSK.gI
Bring on your soiled clothing. A
whole suit renovated and made to ap
pear as good as new for $1.23 421-y
MRS. W. iTcOSSEY,
Dress and Shirt Maker,
3 Doom we,t orstillman'w I)ruy Store.
Dresses and shirt cut and made to
order and satisfaction guaranteed. Will
al?o do plain or fancy sewing of any de
scription. JSTI'RICES VERY REASONABLE.
Give me a call and try my work.
Geo. T. Spooner,
All work promptly attended to and
Refers to the many for whom he has
done work. Ills motto In regard to
price is, Live and let live.
h Building ci Cisterns a Specialty.
EtTneadnuartcr at-the "Nebraska
House." Cull and wee me.
MUSS & SADDLES
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, and Collars,
keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
whips, Saddlery Hardware, Curry
combs, Brubes. Bridle Bit, Spurs,
Cards. Harness made to order. Ite-
pairinz done on short notice.
NEBRASKA AVENUE, Columbus.
LUMBER, SHIMLES, LATH, DOORS, WINDOWS,
And Building Pap8r.
Also constantly on hand an aortment of HARD WOOD and "WAGON STOCK
We make CLOSK figures for CASH.
Yard ana Office on Eleventh St.,1
22T-NKAU v. r. dkpot, I
PRICE, HUNNEMAN & CO.,
rUOPRIKTORS OF THE
ST. EDWARDS, BOONE COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
A rANrF.U'Tl'KEUS and wholesale dealers in FLOl'U. MEAL and OKAIN.
ltJL 2-FLOUB, MEAL nnd C5U VII.
the trade at Coluuihus. or at the .Mill.
I Mean Business!
Will be offered in
Mats, Caps and Notions,
As my "tock must he converted Into cash.
1'nllc N cliai, lmt price foil,
1 Iisivc ot I lie p;oiI, mul mu bound to sell.
"W. H. HEIDELBERGER,
12th STREET, (-2 door. west of Hammond House), 20
D. C. LOVELAND.
LOYELAND & ELLIS,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS!
General Shop Work Done;
ALSO, PLANING AND SAWING,
All Manner of "Wood Turning Bono to Order.
ALL SIZES OF WELL TUBING CUT.
sroni: Fisort'TS a .sii:ciaii'Y.
BUILDINGS MOVED IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
ALL STYLES of DOORS and WINDOW FRAMES Mnilw to Order.
Feed and Meal always on Hand for Sale,
Also, Lime and Hair.
I5TWILL EXCHANGE FEED OR MEAL FOR ''RAIN.
One Block "Wost of the)
Clothor Houso, )
IWkl I I"AL miTITOTE.
7. E. SIXTCBEIX, !'. 3.
C. D. !I22:3. !.'. fl.. 4 7. C. EZKI52, U. D., :f Csihi,
M Piysicbs and Surgeons,
For the treatment of all clashes nfSur
gery and deformities; acute and
chronic disc ues, diseases of the eye
aud ear, etc., etc.,
A. W. LAWRENCE
Thus announcci to the public that he
uill handle the
Thi-i 3eaon, aNo the
All of which machines are guaranteed to
he equal, if not superior, to any other in
the market. (live me a cill at the old
wind-mill nnd pump .-tand, Olive St.,
It. T. HUM.AKD.
BULLARD & SMITH,
J J. JLI.LMJ j
FRUIT, PROVISIONS, &c.
SES? OF GOOSS AT L9WS5T PRICES !
All Farm Products
Bought and Sold.
Highest Cash Price Paid,
Goods Exchanged for Produce.
JSTGoods delivered anywhere in the
city free of charge.
NEW IlUII.mXfl OX llTH ST.,
Two "Doors East of Journal Office.
U can make money faster at work for
us than at any thing el-e. Capital not
required; we will start you. ?I2per
day at home made by the indus
trious. Men, women, boy and girls
wanted everywhere to work for . Sw
ii the time. Cetlv outfit atid terHW fire.
Address Titue A Co., Awytuta, .Male.
AM FLOL'U coi.stantlj on hand to supply
L. F. ELLIS.
A. N. BURGESS & CO.,
Nebraska Ave., Columbus, Neb.
Bureaus, Cupboard Safes, Bedsteads,
Bockers, Tables, Sewing Chairs,
Cane Chairs, Hocking Cradles,
lounges, Battan Chairs,
Picture Moulding, Picture Cord
and Bails. Eustic Frames,
23"EverytIiin'rkepton htind.thut will
he found in a well regulated Furnituro
Store open Wisty nnd ftiskc
Great chance to niakt;
iwiiiey. If yen cB't
Klil you can xet
greenbacks. W need
a pcron In every town to take -Hb-scriptifm
for the largest, cheapest and
best Illustrated family publication ia
tlii- world. Any one can become sh.
cf"ftil agent. The inot elegant work-
of art gien free to subscribers. TUh
price it -.o low th.it almost evvrybMJjr
subscribe-. One agent reports making
over 11.71 in a week. A lady agent re
ports taking over IWJ itiberibers In ten
jays. All who ensrage make money
fi-t. You can devote all eur time ti
the bmiiida, or only your spare time.
You need not be away from heme ever
night. You can do it a well as ethers.
Full particular-, directions and terms
free. Elegant and expensive Outfit free.
If you want profitable work send us yeur
address at once. It costs nothing to try
the business. No one who engages faiN
to make great pay. Address "The Peo
ple's Journal," Portland, Maine. 3!.y
2rf isi Tilt.
GUS. A. SCHRCEDER,
COOKING IK HEATING
Shelf and Heavy Hardware I
B0PE, HAILS AND IEOS",
Copper and Tinware
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
"We would call the attention of the
public to the faet that we are enabled to
-ell eur geods ckeapor thun anv heuse
KLKVKNTII 5TnEF.T,rtfretIy seuth of
A. Henry".- Lamfeer Yard. -l7-x