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STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Fbr Associate Justice Supreme Court,
AMASA COBB, of Lancaster Co.
Ibr Congressman (long term,)
E. K. VALENTINE of Cuming Co.
JFbr Congressman (short term,)
THOMAS J. MAJORS, of Nema"ha Co.
For Contingent Congressman,
THOMAS J. MAJORS, of Nemaha Co.
ALBINUS NANCE, of Tolk Co.
For Lieutenant Oovernor,
E. C. CAUNE5, of Seward Co. .
For Secretary of State,
S. J. ALEXANDER, of Thayer Co.
F. W. LIEDTKE, of York Co.
G. 31. BARTLETT, of Lancaster Co.
For Superintendent Fublic Instruction,
S. It. THOMPSON, of Lancaster Co.
For Attorney General,
C. J. DILWORTII, of Dawson Co.
For Land Commsssioner,
F. M.DAYIS, ofClaj Co.
For Dis. Attorney, 4th Judicial Distiict,
M. B. REESE, of Saunders.
Pintle County Ticket.
THOMAS C. RYAN.
For Countv Commissioner DIs. No. 1,
Republican State Platform.
The Republicans of Nebraska, re-affirming
the principles that carried the
Nation successfully through the crisis
of rebellion, the dangers of reconstruc
tion, and the readjustment of the social
and business interests of the people, find
meeting the issues of the hour in the
same unfaltering spirit with which they
. confronted the grave problems that met
them on the threshold of their power,
1. Elections shall be free In the south
as in tho north; equal rights of all citi
zens, as ordained by the amended con
stitution, ehall be guaranteed, and it
shall not be dangerous to the life or
limb of a citizen to hold and express an
opinion and to vote as he pleases.
2. The public servieohall be elevated
on a basis of a pure, economical and
efficient administration of atfairs, the
tenure of an office to be secured for the
term prescribed in the commission,
during a faithful performance ol the
duties, and the rights and privileges of
an official, as a soreign citizen of the
republic, should not be interfered with,
so long as thev arc exercised without
neglect of his d".tic.
3. Sincerely seeking fraternal rela
tions with the states lately in rebellion,
we summon the people to vigilance and
unflinching warfare against the demand
that the damages sustained by the
people of those states, in consequence
of the unprovoked war waged against
the Union, shall be paid out of the na
tional treasury; and the raids of the
solid south in anticipation of democrat
ic control of the national purse, must be
met with the same unfaltering r-pirit of
resistance which foiled the attempt to
take possession of our public property
with an armed hand.
4. The authority conferred upon con
gress by the constitution to
regulate mtcr-tato commerce, and
the authority reserved to the several
states in their domestic afl'airs is amply
sufficient to afford the remedy against
the growing oppressions of powerful
monopolies; and the right-a of the people
should be jealously guarded against ex
tortions and tvrrannyon the part of cor
porations and their combinations of
massed capital, by adequate state and
fi. The faith or the nation shall be sacred
and its contracts redeemed in spirit and
in letter, and the nation s honor snail be
held ns inviolate as the nation's life.
(J. Wo hail the auspicious ignB of re
viving trade and industry, and congrat
ulate the people upon this practical evi
dence that the depression which grew
out of the financial disorders forced up
on ns by the rebellion is giving place to
returning confidence and permanent
prosperity which can rest alone on a
fixed monetary standard, settled values,
and full security and certainty for the
7. The greenback shall not be dishon
ored or depreciated; shall be mado as
good as honest coin; the laborer's dol
lar shall mean a real dollar; the uncer
certainty of its value, whii-h robs toil
and paralvzes trade, shall cease, and our
currency "shall be the best currency,
because whether paper or coin, it shall
bo equivalent, convertible, secure and
f & The demonetization or silver work
( cdft fraud upou the people by crippling
the nation's resources lor paying its in.
I debtcdness. The act restoriug its legal
tender character, and providing for the
K coinage of standard silver dollars, was
tlmclv and just; but its coinage should
be free, and the $2,000,000 trade dollars
now in circulation should be made legal
tender. 9. The record or the democratic party
in its recent attempt to steal the presi
dency by violence, intimidation and
murder during the campaign at the
polls; by stuffing ballot boxes, falsifying
returns and obstructing the canvassing
of votes; by bribery of electors and by
pretended returns from false and fraud
ulent election; followed by the device
of an extra constitutional method or
canvassing the electoral votes; its repu
diation ot its own offspring the electo
ral commission as soon as it Tailed to
carry out its partizan designs; its plot to
precipitate anarchy and revolution by fi
libustering in the house or representa
tives until the expiration or the constitu
tional time in which the electoral cauvass
should be completed; and the corrupt bar
gain which it attempts to prove it made as
a condition precedent to the abandonment
of the conspiracy, illutratc the spirit of
its so-called democracy, being subver
sive of the constitution, destructive or
law and order, and in contempt or pub
lic honor aud dewncy. We arraign this
party as a constant disturber or public
tranquility; as a wanton roc or public
security in its persistent assaults upon
the authority and stability or its estab
lished government; as false to the nation
in clipping its army in a time of uncer
tainty and dancer; cs guilty of false
pretenses in claiming Tor the democratic
house a reduction in public expendi
tures, to be replaced by deficiency bill:
as dependent upon a solid south and
thereby subservient to Its demands; as
joining hands wirh the miscalled green-back-work-and-labor
party to repudiate
the national obligations and to support
its wild schemes or inflation and fiat
money; and its further or greater suc
cess would be a national calamity.
10. "We earnestly protest against the
firoposition to withdraw the public
ands west of the 10th principal meridi
an from settlement under the homestead,
pre-emption and timber culture law,
and wc demand that as soon as practica
ble the Indians now within our borders
be removed tt the territory set apart ex
clusively for their uses.
11. Wc Invite all good citizens of
whatever previous political ties to unite
with the republican party, the only ef
fectual bulwark against, national re
pudiation and disgrace, the only otxani
zation capable of preserving the nation
al honor. This great exigency appeals
to all republicans to rise to its' high ob
ligation and join heart aud hmd for the
triumph of the principles upon which
the security and welfare of the Republic
Xfce Western Rural.
The Western Hural comes lo our
table from week lo week complete
in all its departments. In matters
relating to the farm, orchard and
arden, it is unsurpassed, and yet it
does not ignore the family circle. It
is a fireside companion," much en
joyed by the women folks and the
childrcu, each having a department
full of interest to them. Thcliural
is increasing in circulation and in
fluence, and deserves the patronage
of all interested in the cultivation of
the soil, or iu increased intelligence
among the sons of toil.
(Concluded from first page.)
" "Well,"' said my friend, " I guess
you are right about the tax question,
but I complain, second, that this na
tional bank system is a gigantic
swindle of the people, sappiug the
very life or all busiuess, aud ought
to be repealed."
" If you are correct in your state
ment,"eaid I, "your conclusion will
follow. But are you sure you un
derstand the national banking sys
tem? Are you not deceived by the
cry of the greenback stump speak
ers? Let us examine.
"1. Banks are the places where
borrower and lender of mouey meet.
They exist in all civilized nations,
and arc indispensable to a thriving
I then read the national bank act
with all its amendments, and we
agreed to the following facts, viz:
1. That tho national bank act was
not restricted to any individual or
number of persons, but was open
and frco to all who would comply
with the only condition, to-wit:
Deposit with the United States
treasury as many $100 United States
bonds as they issued $90 in bills, so
that no single national bank bill can
fail to be redeemed.
2. That the rales of interest arc
not higher in the national banks
than they were iu the old state
batiks before the war.
'3. That no one was obliged lo hire
of the national banks if they could
hire cheaper elsewhere.
4. That tho cost of the government
to sLart and run a national bank
is merely nominal.
" So far," said I " the people have
not felt auv burden on account, of
the national banking system, have
"2so," he replied, '-'except that
their capital stock, viz: the bonds
deposited with the United Slates
treasurer, escape taxation.
"True," said I, " but they be tax
able if there were no national banks?
The bonds would be in the hands of
stockholders, and just a free from
taxation as they now are."
"Now, if these banks are not a
burden to the people, are they any
" We agree that if there were no
national banks the banks would not
be liable to taxation. Neither the
natioual government nor the cities
and towns would reach them.
"By being deposited as the basis
of the issue of the national banks,
does the national government or the
cities and towns reach them directly
" The national banks have paid in
to the national treasury since the
passage of the national bank act
$S0,00l),000 of taxes for the last
fiscal year, $7,500,000. In addition
to this the stockholders arc taxed by
Ihe cities and towns in which they
live; for example, the stockholders
in national banks residing in Ban
gor paid to the city treasurer last
year, as tax on the stock, $2G000
about one-twelfth of the sum assess
ed. "Now, repeal the national bank
ing act, and what have you done?
Killed the goose that laid the golden
egg deprived the United States
treasury of the sum of $0,000,000 an
nually and the tax payers of Bangor
ot one twelfth of their present reve
nue, thereby increasing the rate per
cent, upon the other taxpayers."
"Now, my friend," said I. " is not
that penny-wise and pound-foolish
policy? You may say that these
banks have made and arc making
money. Suppose they have and are,
what is that to you and me? If all
have equal privilege in the system,
and it costs the public nothing, why
should they not be permitted to con
tinue as iu any other line of business
which is free and open to competi
tion?" My friend said ho could not stop
longer then, but promised to call
again, and remarked as he left: "If
you are correct iu your statements,
there has been some unprecedented
lying on the stump by some of those
Prepare for Winter.
"Winter is coming on apace, and
those of us who neglect to make
preparations for it, will probably
have cause to regret it. Wo always
pay and pay well for any negligence.
Sometimes wc do not realize that
negligence costs us anything, but it
does. Every moment has its duties
to perform, and as time and tide
wait for no man, if wc neglect the
duties of a single moment wc
behind in our work, violate well es
tablished law, and violated law will
This is an especially proper timo
to look to the condition of our barns,
sheds, and other buildings. The
business of the summer has prevent
ed this, perhaps, and yet the build
iugs may need more or less repairs
to protect the stock and implements
from the elements. One severe cold
or stormy night may cost more than
all the time which may now be re
quired. If animals are allowed to
get chilled, it means so much loss of
feed to say the least, and perhaps it
means the permanent loss of health
to tho animal. Economy demands
that the cows, sheep and 6wine
should have shelter, and when wc
have barns and sheds, which only
need a few nails aud boards lo make
them comfortable, they should have
good shelter. To say that any ani
mal well housed requires less food
is simply sayiug what every reader
of this paper knows, and yet the
knowledge is not always acted upon.
We do not, of" course, mean that an
auimal shall be kept so closely shel
tered as to make it tender. We have
been careful to speak of this danger
in former issues; but we mean that
proper judgment should be used,
and that such shelter and open air
exercise should be provided as good
judgment may suggest. We have
known a board to remain oil the
side of a stable all Winter. It would
have taken three minutes of time
and a half dozen nails to have re
placed it. In place of this small
outlay, however,' the animals con
sumed many times that value in hay
aud grain in the endeavor to supply
the material to keep up the animal
heat, and failed to do it even then.
Not only, therefore, was there a loss
in the food, bnt there was a loss in
flesh, and if it wns a cow, there was
a loss in milk. The proper prepara
tion for Wiuterby way of repairing
thcbarn5 and sheds is, therefore, the
part of wisdom.
It is possible, however, that, we
may not have the uecessarv stabling
and sheds for the accommodation of
the slock on Hand, and it .may be
very inconvenient if not impossible
to erect permanent ones. Still, it is
necessary that something of the kind-j
bo provided, and unless it can be,
we would consult our own iuterests
by gotting rid of so much stock
as we find ourselves unable to pro
vide for in this particular. It is not
very difficult, however, very fortu
nately, to provide shelter on an av
erage farm. If wo cannot build a
nice barn or erect permanent sheds,
we jran do the uext best thing and
construct sheds very cheaply by
using tho material which wc have
at hand. We can obtain timber
enough often from our owu farms,
and if not, from some other, to sup
ply us with all tho posts wo may
need, at scarcely any cost ; also for
what wo may need for the founda
tion of the roof, the rafters. It
would cost little, under any circum
stances, for the timber so used need
be fit for no tiling else, except, per
haps, firewood, aud often not for
that. The posts and rafters once in
position, and so placed as to make
an incline for the better turning
of water, make the roof of straw,
grass, etc. So far as covering is con
cerned, such a roof will furnish
about as much protection as any
roof. Then for sides a double wall
can be made, the center of which
can be filled with straw, and you
have a very good and comfortable
shelter for your stock. Prof. Welch,
iu speaking of this very subject in
tho Times, says : " Straw is an ex
cellent material for keeping out cold,
as it is composed of long, sealed
tubes filled with air. It also affords
excellent ventilation. A good, tight
and durable roof may be made of
thatch. It is a little remarkable that
more attention is not given lo mak
ing thatch roofs in this country. In
most European countries the roofs
of cottages as well as of stock-houses
are covered with thatch. JNative
farmers would do well to lake lessons
from foreign settlers in construction
of thatch. The Hollander, especial
ly excel in making thatch roofs.
They also make straw fences for
poultry-yards that may be rolled up
and put down wherever they are
wanted. Garden fences and protec
tions for enclosures designed for
flowers, are mado of the same ma
terial. They also make straw mats
lor placing iu the bottoms of wag
ons and sleighs, in the halls aud on
the stoops of houses. The Holland
ers are very careful of their cattle
and other farm stock, aud with only
such material as saplings, bushes,
straw and course hay will make ex
cellent protection for them. The
Menuonitcs are also said to be ox
perls in the use of tho same mate
rial." Western Rural.
Geo. T. Spooner,
All work promptly attended to and
Refers to the many for whom he has
done work. His motto in regard to
price is, Live and let live.
Tho Building o! Cisterns a Specialty.
ISTUeadquartcrs at the "Nebraska
House." Cnll and see nie.
4 13-4 m
HARNESS & SADDLES
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Harness, Saddles, Sridles, and Collars,
keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
whips, Saddlery Hardware, Curry
combs, Brushes Bridle Bits, Spurs,
Cards. Harness made to order, lie
pairing done on short notice.
NEBRASKA AVENUE, Columbus.
3Ien's and hoys' suits made in tho
latest style, and good fits guarauteed. at
very low prices. Men's suits JG.00 to
$9.00, according to the goods and work.
Uoys' suits $3.00 to $4.00, according to
I2TCLE AXING AND REPAIRING DOXn.g2
Bring on your soiled clothinjr.
whole suit renovated and made
pear as good as new for f 1.25 424
MRS. W. L. COSSEY,
Dress and Shirt Maker
3 Doors W(t orStillraan's Drnir Store,
Dresses and shirts cut and made to
order and satisfaction guaranteed. Will
also do plain or fancy "sewing of any de
scription. ST PRICES VERY REASONABLE.
Give me a call and try my work.
can make money faster at work for
us than atanyth'injrelse. Capital not
required: we will startyou. $12ner
day at home made by the indus
trious. Men. women, bovs and pirls
wanted everywhere to worlc for us. Now
is the time. Costly outfit and terms free.
Address True Co., Augusta, Maine.
SPEICE & NORTH,
Agents for the Sale of
Union Pacific, and Midland Pacific
R. It. Lands for sale at from $3.00 to $10.00
per acre for cash, or ou five or ten years
timo, in annual payments to suit pur
chasers. We have also a largo and
choice lot of other lands, improved and
unimproved, for sale at low price nnd
on reasonable terms. Also business and
residence lots in the city. AVe keep a
complete abstract of title to all real es
tate in Platte County.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES!
A complete assortment of Ladles' anil Chil
dren's Shoes kept ou hand.
All Work Warranted!!
Ctir Motto Good
work nnd fair prices.
Especial Attention paid to Repairir g.
Cor. Olive mid 12 ill StM.
HARDYARE, STOVES, IRON, TIN-
Ware, Nails, Rope, Wogon Mate
rial, Glass, Paint, Etc.
Corner Eleventh and Olive Streets, Columbus, Nebraska.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
Keeps on hand all articles usually kept in a fir9t-class Drujr
in surrounding country will find it to their interest to purchase
can aud will give BED-ROCK PRICES.
Prescriptions Carsfullv Compounded.
J3A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
The Celebrated Diebold, Norris & Go's
(I.nte Dlclinltl & Kicnzlc,)
and Burglar Proof!
HAVE THE BEST RECORD OF ALL.
All leading Rilroad & Express Companies and Bankers in the Northwest be them.
Not One Lost in the Two Great Fire3 in Chicago; also preserved the contents
iu every instance, at Independence, Iowa; at Central City, Col.; at
Oshkosh, Wis., and at all places have stood the test, without failure.
AH Sizes for Sale and Made to Order. Old Safes taken in Exchange.
County and Rank Work a
C0VENT, GENERAL AGENT, CHICAGO.
! .s-fe o3? 17
Apple trees, in variety, -1 to C ft., 3 vcar, Iowa grown, per 100, $18.00. .
Apple trees 2 yrs., crown in Antelope Co., 3 to 4 ft., per 100, ?13.00
Siherian Crab, in variety, 3vrs.,4 toflft
Cherries. c-irly and late. Richmond, 4 ft.,
riums, Minoe and Wild Goose, 4 ft.,
uhl-uiu iiraiic. iitm-cihss. z year, per iuu, $y.ou
Blackberry, Kittatinny and Snyder. 2 venr, per 100. $5.00
llaspbcrry, Doohttle, .Mammoth, Cluster
10,:M.Of. . .
Croc-eberrv. Houtrliton. 2 venrs
i : r - : ....
Currants. Victoria. Cticrrv aud Whito
Pie riant. Strawberry Mammoth, (extra)
btrawberry, Wilson, Monarch of the West,
Jviimanock- v eeping ;ilon-, well formed heads, 0 feet,.-.
Wisconsin " '" " " "
Box Elder and Soft Maple, 1 year, per 1000, $2.50
" " for street, 0 ft
White Fine and Norway Spruce, per foot... .
Snowball, Floweriny Almond, Lilac, purple and white, 2 ft.,. .
Roses, Moss, .Tune and climbin?. in variety, 2 year
Trumpet, Vine, Honeysuckle, Wistina and Virginia Climber,.
P.xonies. Tulips, Tube Roses and other bulbs, 10 to
This nursery was established one year ago. and I have a qood assorortment of
small fruit growinsr here, and have made arrangements with neiphbing nurser
ies so that I can furnish any thins in the above price-list. Parties engaged in
fruit growing will find it to their interest to give me a call before buying of
traveling agents. I am permanently located here, and expect to do a home busi
ness. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited.
41-6 J. .11. CA.JLE.ISOi', Celurabm, Nebraska.
A. W. LAWRENCE,
AGENT FOE TUB
Will hereafter be found THREE
DOORS SOUTn of the Post Ollice,
where he keeps a full line of every style
PUMP. PIPE, HOSE,
And the Celebrated
I X L FEED MILL.
Ashe keeps a Pump House exclusively,
he is able to sell CHEAPER THAN
THE CHEAPEST. Pumps for any
depth well. Pumps driven or repaired,
and Rods cut.
A CALL AXD SAVE MONEY.
Retail Dealer in
Retail Dealer in
from him, an he
PAPER ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK.
Specialty. Prices as low as
can be 21Ia.de.
? Si'e.U Kelivesy.
aud Philadelphia Red per
. isl i
r,nni. 2 rears i-i M
V"I - 1 - --.-.-. ......... -r . .
per 100, 75 cents
Is conducted ns a
Devoted to the best mutual inter
ests of its readers and its publish
ers. Published at Columbus.Platte
county, the centre of the agricul
tural portion of Nebraska, it is read
by hundreds of people cast who are
looking towards Nebraska as their
future home. Its subscribers in
Nebraska arc the staunch, solid
portion of the community, as is
evidenced by the fact that the
Jouunal has never contained a
"dun" against them, and by the
other fact that
In its columns always brings its
reward. Business is business, and
those who wish to reach the solid
people of Central Nebraska will
find the columns of the Joukxal a
Of nil kinds neatly nnd quickly
done, at fair prices. This species
of printing is nearly always want
ed in a hurry, aud, knowing this
fact, we have so provided for it
that we can furnish envelopes, let
ter heads, bill heads, circulars,
posters, etc., etc., on very short
notice, and promptly on time as
1 copy per annum $2 00
Six montliH l 00
" Three months, CO
Single copy sent lo any addreis
in the United States for 5 cts.
M. K. TUKNER & CO.,
Szz:nz:n ts Oerr:ri ft 2i si Terror i 2s3t.
Leaxder GERi.'Ar.D, Prcsrl.
Geo. "W. IIulst,
Julius A Reed.
Edward A. Gerrard.
Abner Turner, Cashier.
Sinnlc of Deposit, DUcount
Collections I'romplly 32utle on
Pay Intercut on Time Depos
BECKER & WELCH,
SHELL CREEK MILLS.
MANUFACTURERS & WHOLE
SALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR AND MEAL.
OFFICE, COL TJMli US, NEB.
Dr. A. HEINTZ,
Fine Soaps, Brushes,
PERFUMEEY, Etc., Etc.,
And all articles usually kept on hand b
Physicians Prexrijitions Carefully
One door East of CVuI ley's,
SAMUEL C. SMITH Agent,
ATTENDS TO ALL BUSINESS per
tainining to a general Real Estate
Agency and Notary Public, nave in
structions and blanks furnished by
United State Land Office for making
final proof on Homesteads, thereby sav
ing a trip to Grand Island. Have a'large
number ol farms, city lots and all lands
belonging to U P. R. R. in Platte and
adjoining counties for sale very cheap.
Attend to contesting claims before U. S.
Offle one Door ITtst of Hammond Uonse,
F. VT. OTT, Clerk.
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN
The Great Trunk Line from tke TTeat
Cmcago anij the East.
It Is the oldest, shortest, most direct, convenient,
comfortable and la every respect the b'wt line yoq
can take. It Is tho greatest and giasdeat Railway
organization In the United States. It owns or
2100 MILES OF RAILWAY
PUIX3IAK HOTEL OARS are rna aloaa
by It through between
COUWCII, BLTJTFS & CHICAGO T
No other road runs Pullman Ilotcl Cars, or any
other form of Hotel Cars, through, between tho
Missouri River and Chicago.
in mind that this la tho
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Passengers by this route have choice of FIVE
DIFFKKKNT ROUTES and the advantage of
Vlf-Tif TVitlir TJn.a 1n1flCA Rln,nlnc- fnN
from CHICAGO to
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK,
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS.
Insist that the Ticket Agent sella you tickets by
tho North-Western Road. Examine yoar Ticket?,
and refute to buy If they do not read orcrthla Road.
All Agents sell them and Check usual Haggsge
Free by this Line.
Through Tickets via this Route to all Eastern
Points can be procured at the Central Pacific Rail
road Ticket Ofilce, foot of Market Street, and at
I Neiv Montgomery Street, San Francisco, and at
all Coupon Ticket Offices of Central Pacific, Union
Pacific, and all Western Railroads.
New York Ofilce, No. 415 Broadway. Boston
Office. No. 5 State Street. Omaha Ofllce, 245 Farn
ham Street. San Francisco Office, 2 New Mont-
ornery Street. Chicago Ticket Offices : Oi Clark
trcct, under Sherman House ; 75 Canal, corner
Madison Street ; Klnzie Street Depot, comer West
Kinzie and Canal Streets ; Wclla Street Depot,
corner Wells and Kinzie Streets.
For rates or Information not attainable from
your home ticket agents, apply to
MAnnf nuoniTT, W. II. Sirsxrrr,
. Cvn'IMacc'r, Chicago. Cen'l rati. Ag't, Cblcoficy
T II E
SACKET k CROUCH,
proprietors arc practical millers,
Furnished with the latest improved
machinery, they are prepared to do all
kinds of "
CUSTOM 11 MI W ill
BYE AND FEED
GROUND EVERY DAY.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
V.'e make several brand of
to the trad.
It i a superior article made from
CHOICE SELECTED WHEAT.
A full, fresh supply of groceries,
STAPLE AND FANCY,
Just opened, and
for sale at low-down
ISTO'Ive Street, opposite the
CITY MEAT MARKET,
OLIVE ST., south or I, o.
Will keep on hand all kinds of Fresh
and Salt Meats, also Sausage, Poultry.
Fresh Fih, etc., all in their season.
Cash paid for Hide, Lard ami I5j-
icon. iuiivi, l jiuys.
GENTPiAL MAT MARKET
ON lXth STKEET.
In Freh and Salfd Meat.
Town Lots, Wood, Hides, &c
J. RICKLV, Agent.
Columbus, June 1, 1S77.
S. J. MARMOY, Prop'r.
Nebraska Ave., South of Depot,
A new house, newly furnished. Good
accommodations. Board by day or
week at reasonable rates.
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