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WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEU 10, 1S78.
Omaua dealers in ice are out of
Ohio goes nepublican by 10,000
The state bar associatiou will
meet to-morrow at Lincoln.
"Talent opens doors that gold
would never puEh asunder."
"West Virginia has gone Demo
cratic by a reduced majority.
Tnc Republican majority in Ohio,
It i6 believed, will reach 15,000.
General Gideox J. Pillow died
at Itfclcna, Ark., on the 9th inst.
"The logic of facts may be dis
puted but cannot be long disobey
ed." Three thousand persons have re
cently 6igned the tetnperunce pledge
"There i6 a better life waiting, if
wc trj to make the best of this."
Nearly $2,000 has been subscrib
ed to purchase a large pipe organ
for the Congregational church in
Indians were reported at Keith's
ranch on the Medicine, thirty miles
south of North Tlatte, on the Slh
inst., going north.
"Well posted western men be
lieve that we arc on the eve of a
general Indian war, notwithstand
ing it is so late in the season.
Tun association for the advance
ment of women was in session at
Providence on the 9th with a
representation from ten States.
II. P. Vr.un & Co's banking house
in Beatrice, Ncbr., has collapsed.
The failure is said to be a bad one,
and produces much excitement In
Fred. Grant, aide-de-camp to
Gen. Sheridan, has been ordered to
duty as chief engiucer officer of the
Division of the Missouri corps of
In Indiaua, Democrats elect the
State ticket, but it is claimed that
the congressional delegation will
stand six Democrats, six Republi
cans and one National.
The Republican majority in Iowa
will not be less than 10,000. At the
present writing one or two congres
sional districts arc in doubt, aud
claimed by both parties.
"If ignorance is indeed the nurs
ing mother of crime and misery,
then a fair and wide intelligence is
the own mother of whatever makes
our lifo best worth living." Collyer.
Five "Wcsleyan missionaries were
murdered at New Zealand, by Bush
natives, near the Milicolu coast.
Eighty of the tribe were killed by
traders aud coast natives in retalia
tion. A coal company have the euginc
Mid material on the ground for
erecting a derrick forty feet high,
to bore for coal iu Dixon county.
"e could hope that coal might be
found in abundance to pay well for
Hon. Guv C. Barton, of North
Platte, is erecting a line dwelling
which will cost, when completed,
not less than $20,000. It is an ele
gant structure, nSxG7,two-story with
ceilings nine feet. He will occupy
it by the 1st of Nov.
Gen. Sherman has expressed the
opinion that the condition of affairs
with the Indians looks serious aud
that he will take all possible pre
caution to prevent, as far as the
number of troops will extend, the
spreading of danger.
A verv destructive fire visited the
village of Edinburg, Pa., last Sunday
morning destroying two hundred
and twenty-five buildings including
the M. E. Church, together with
thirteen oil wells and ten horses.
Many families arc left without
Some of the blood, sweat and
vomit of yellow fever patients has
been sent to Loudon for microscopic
analysis. It is believed by some
persons that yellow fever is pro
duced by animalcula, called Bacta
ria in the blood, iuducing inflamma
tion and heat.
There is danger at the Red Cloud
agency of a fearful conflict with the
Indians. They number 6,000, and
are thoroughly dissatisfied and in
bad humor. It is believed that the
hostile Cheycnnes will form a junc
tion with them and produce great
trouble in that vicinity.
It is stated in a dispatch from
Kausas City that Stale treasurer
Elijah Gates has been arrested
charged with unlawful management
of the public monej. Ex-treasurer
Jno. "W. Mercer has also been ar
rested, charged with, the same of
fence aud embezzlement.
Hon. E. W. Arnold, of Grand
Island, was uomiuatcd on the 9th
inst., for State Senator for the thir
teenth district, comprising Hall,
Howard, Merrick and Greely coun
ties. He will certainly be elected,
and in our judgment will make a
good, safe senator. Hurrah for
A heavy robberr of money and
freight lias recently been discover
ed on the Texas Pacific and Houston
and Texas Central railroads. Offi
cers and agents of the road together
with citizens along the lines are im
plicated in these robberies, and will
soon be arrested and brought to
Henry SchlenKeu shot and kill
ed Florence Booth, at Lincoln, on
the 10th inst.,' and then shot himself
iu the left breast just above the
heart, but physicians say the wound
will not prove fatal. A postal card
was found on his person on which
was written, "Dear Florence Booth,
you are my ruination."
A correspondent at Pera tele
graphs to London under date of the
9th iust., that the Afghanistan ctiYoy
has not urged the Sultan to conclude
an alliance with Russia, but that
Russia's officers from ceutral Asia
declare an understanding exists be
tween the Ameer of Afghanistan
and Russia, and an Anglo-Russian
war is certain.
TnE President on the 8th, issued
a proclamation warning the citizens
of Lincoln county, New Mexico,
now in arms resisting the execution
of the revenue laws of the Uuited
States, to disperse aud return to
their homes by the 13th, or military
force will bo employed by the Unit
ed States o preserve the peace aud
enforce the laws.
J. T. Clarkson, Esq., the Repub
lican nominee for Senator of this
district, is a young man of energy
and ability, a resident of Schuyler,
and received the unanimous support
of the couvention. All we know of
his life is that he was born iu Get
tysburg, Pa., resided iu Chicago
from 1857 to 1873, when he removed
to Schuyler, Ncbr.
The supreme court recently de
cided iu the case of the State on the
relaiion of Lewis Helmer, County
Treasurer, of Lancaster county, vs
J. McCounell, City Treasurer of
Lincoln, that the money derived
from license fees by virtue of the
$1,000 ordinance of the city, belong
ed to and went into the treasury of
the city for the benefit of the schools
of the city. This decision increases
the school funds of the city $5,000.
The reports that Indians were
plundering and killing the settlers
in western Nebraska turns out to be
entirely false. The murders report
ed took place in Kansas, and not in
Nebraska, as telegraphed to the
Chicago Times. All the depreda
tions committed in Nebraska by the
Indians, that wc can hear of, as at
all reliable, is the stealing of sixty
horses belonging to a stockman
named "Wilson, in Duudy county.
Col. Tom. Mnjorn,
Our candidate for tho short term
aud contingent Congressmen is a
young man of the most unbounded
energy ,vim and stick-to-it-ativcuess.
If auy one cau secure for Nebula
another Congressman, "Tom" AI
jors can. A resident of Nemaha
county, an early settler in the State,
well known, with a record as a
soldier, a Republican, and a man
that is unequalled, he goes to Wash
ington, if elected, thrice armed for
the fray and ;wilh the cheers and
wishes of thousands of warm hearts
for his success, he will know no
6iich word as fail. Platlsmouth
Vulcntinc and. I:ticc.
Something is being said by .mal
contents and mere mischief-makers,
and also by those ignorant of the
situation as to the relation of the
late Republican State Convention
and its nominee for congress, E. K.
Valentine, to railroad corporations.
"Wc were a delegate to that conven
tion, and watched its action pretty
closely. "We had heard of the Uniou
Pacific R. R. Co. and of the B. & M.
as being in bitter contest with each
other for the ascendency, andj while
it is a fact, that attorneys for both
those corporations and for others,
were on that floor as delegates, it is
also a fact that the great body of
that couvention were representative
of the people's will, whirh is equal
aud exact justice to all, whether
private individuals or bodies cor
porate ; and, even so far as the rail
road companies arc concerned, we
saw nothing in the convention to
lead us to believe that their friends
there meant anything more than
that their rivals in business should
have no undue advantage over them.
If there be anything wrong iu these
things wc fail to sec where it is.
The followiug-, written by J. A.
MacMurphy of the Platlsmouth
Ucraifi a 6hrcwd observer, is, in
our opinion, a very fair statement
of the temper of the convention
concerning Valentine's nomination :
"Now if the action of the con
vention settled anything it was that
the people, outside of the dema
gogues and political lawyers on the
floor, meant to act for "themselves
without the aid of either railroad,
and iu despite of interference from
either of the roads. If the nomina
tion of Mr. Valentine, iu preference
to other candidates there, means
anything it means that the conven
tion was determined not to select
any man claimed to belong to either
corporation, but a man whom they
supposed would act fair and square
between both roads and in the in
terest of the people. It meant this
Vigilance and Vote.
Our Republican form of govern-
nicnt was established by the voice
of the people, and by the same voice
will it be perpetuated or destroyed.
It then becomes the duty of every
citizen to guard with sleepless vigi
lance, every measure which might
j in the remotest possibility work
harm to our government or its citi-
j zens. "When wb have confidence iu
the agents we select to transact any
business, and especially our political
agents, we feel at ease that the
business will be conducted correct
ly, and nono of our material inter
ests suffer in their bands, but if
trusted to unworthy and incompe
tent agents no citizen can feel or
has a right to feel secure in those
interests. It is thus with all 1he
political agents we select, from su
pervisor of roads through the long
list of public officers up to the
president of the United States.
Tho Republicans of Platte county
have now finished making their
nominations of men to fill the pub
lic offices both county and State,
and without exception they are
good, reliable men, well qualified to
discharge the several trusts that
may be coufided to them, and noth
ing remains or the part of our citi
zens but to go heartijy to work, and
approve and confirm by their votes
every Republican nominee from
road supervisor up to the governor
of the State. It is well enough to
remember in the start that it is the
number of our friends voting that
will give us the victory. One-third
and very often but a few voters ab
senting themselves from the polls
brings defeat to their friends, and
leaves them in a minority which
might have been prevented by the
performance of duty on the part of
those neglecting to vote. It is the
duty of every Republican in Platte
county to cast his vote, unlcssprc
vented by unavoidable circumstan
ces. Every lover of his country
will at the stated time give his time
and influence-to biing about the
adoption of wholesome anduseful
measures made in the interests of
Any plan that docs not partake of
fraud or uu fairness, is justifiable on
the part of Republicans, to induce
their friends to attend the polls and
vole, as the great secret of success
is to bring out every Republican to
vote the ticket.
Dn.rvriH C. I-oveland,
Our caudidate for representative of
the 51st district, was born at Park
man, Geauga county, Ohio, April
19th, 1S46, and is cousequeutly thirty-two
years of age. At the age of
eight years his father died, since
which lime he has mainly worked
his own way, aided in his earlier
years by his mother, who now lives
at Akron, O., and to whom he is
very fondly attached, as all dutiful
sons arc to good mothers. During
Mr. Loveland's youth he clerked in
a store, thus 'earning money to pur
chase clothing and euable him to
aUeud school. Besides the district
school of those times, he attended
the "Western Reserve Institute, gain
ing a fair knowledge of the common
branches of education. He crossed
''the plains" to Idaho, California and
British Columbia, in 1803, aud after
spending three years on the Pacific
coast, returned home. Iu 1SG8, ,bo
came to Nebraska a second time,
locating at Elkhorn Station, and
engaged with Messrs. Lovcland &
Crcighton iu the shipment of cattle.
In 1873 he came to Columbus, went
iulo partnership with Fred. Reimcr,
and afterwards with L. F. Ellis,
with whom he is now associated as
carpenter uud contractor. "
In the character of his mind Mr.
Lovcland is intensely practical, and,
having from an early age been
taught to rely upon himself, he has
attained to a marked degree of in
dependence and force of character.
He is a man of vim and push, and,
understanding' the sentiments and
the interests of the people, his prac
tical good common sense enables
him to ace the heart of a subject, as
soon as proposed.
As much has already been said in
this campaign about corporations,
wc arc authorized by Mr. Lovcland
to state that he is opposed to mo
nopolies of every sort and name,
aud believes in living prices for all
kinds of service, the only just and
rational principle of action for in
dividuals or political parties. He
pledges himself to staud by the rec
ord of his life as a working man, in
opposing every species of extortion
and wrong, and, while he has no
prejudice against railroad corpora
tions any more than against manu
facturing or banking corporations,
he believes in even-handed justice
from all and to all the general
welfare is everything, and each in
dividual or corporation should be
satisfied with his or its proper share.
Delegates to the 51st Representa
tive convention, including Colfax,
Butler and Platte counties, and com
monly known as the Float district,
assembled in the Court House, at
Schuyler Saturday last, and were
called to order at 1)4 o'clock by "W.
B. Dale of the Central Committee.
E. J. Baker was named as Tempo
rary chairman, and Geo. L. Brown
as Temporary secretary. On motion
a committee of three, one from each
couuly, was appointed on creden
tials, consisting of B. F. Rolph of
Butler, J. P. Maple of Colfax and X
C. Ryan of Platte.
Tho committee reported the fol
lowiug named as entitled to seats in
the convention, which report was
accepted. From Butler, "W. B.
Thorp, proxy for J. C. Roberts ; II.
R. Smith, B. F. Rolph, H. Garfield,
proxy for A. F. Coon, and Geo. L.
Brown.. From Col far, J. P. Maple,
Phillip Sprecher, A. T. Roe and A.
E. Cady, proxy- forT. "W. Graves.
From Platte, T. C Ryan, D. C. Love
land, E. J. Baker and J. J. Bump.
On motion, the temporary organ
ization was made permanent.
Sprecher of Colfax and Bump of
Platte were appointed tellers, and
the convention proceeded to an in
formal ballot for representative. D.
C. Lovelaud of Platte received eight
votes, and George Osterhaut of But
ler five votes. The result was the
same on the first formal ballot, and,
on motion of Horace Garfield of
Butler, the nomination of Lovelaud
was made unanimous by accla
mation. Mr. Lovcland, being called for,
briefly thanked tho couvention for
the honor conferred upon him.
On motion tho chairman of each
County .Central Committee was
made, ex-offlcio, a member of the
central committee. The convention
Immediately after the adjourn
ment of the representative conven
tion the delegates to the Senatorial
convention met and were called to
order by J. A. Grimison of the Cen
tral Committee. J. A. Grimison
was made chairman, and "Wm. "Wal
ker sec'. Dan'l. Condon of Colfax
and T. C. Ryan of Platte were ap
pointed committee on credentials.
The committee reported, as entitled
to seats, from Colfax count y, J. A.
Grimison proxy for J. T. Clarkson,
Jacob Woods, Daniel Condon, and
"Wm. "Walker. From Platte county,
T. C. Ryan, D. C. Loveland, E. J.
Baker and J. J. Bump.
Condon nominated J. T. Clarkson
of Colfax as candidate for senator,
and, none other being named, he
received the unanimous vote pf-tho
The central committee of tho dis
trict are E. J. Baker of Platte and
"Wm. "Walker of Colfax.
The ground is too dry for plow
ing. A good deal of wheat damaged in
Prairie fires begin to run.
Threshing progresses slowly, ma
chines areH little scarce.
Mr. Lymath has built a very fine
George Hovcland has rebuilt and
enlarged his barn.
Gunder Hanue is building a large
George McCormick has a new
Simon Christiauson lias a new
Christian Jolinson'is married and
keeping house in his new house.
The XewlUtlroad Cltj A Colnmbuf Merchant
to Locate Deaths, Kit.
Reading, Oct. 9th, 1878.
Editor Journal : Since my last
to your paper, our railroad has been
completed, aud cars arc now run
ning to tho county line. The frame
of the depot is up aud will be com
pleted this week; the side-track is
laid, and sixtceu blocks of our new
city are now plotted and surveyed ;
so in a few days everything will be
ready for all to buy lots, put up
stores and dwelling houses, on by
far the prettiest city site in this
"Wc uuderstand that one of your
merchants will commence business
here this fall, and in a short time
close his business in Columbus, and
permanently make a homo with us.
A large share of the inhabitants
here have dealt with him in Colum
bus, and like him well.
There was a severe fire in Summit
the last of September; three farm
ers lost quite an amount of grain,
and one of them his threshing ma
chine. Mrs. II. S. Burgess died of con
sumption Oct. 3d. She was much
beloved by her neighbors. Oct. 5th,
infant sou of Dennis Rising died;
You will find enclosed two Scotcb
pine, from seed sown last spring in
the nursery of Mr. Bonis; he has
several thousand of pine and spruce,
and all look well. Why Not?
Till? IIOCJ JDISEASE.
Turns Out to he Typhoid FcTf rA Sure Core by
the GoTernment Doctor.
Mr. Dunham, of Iowa City, who
has been appointed by the govern
ment to investigate the disease of
hogs and devise remedies tor their
treatment, has made a visit to the
districts in this State, where cholera
has been so fatal among swine, and
upon examination has found that
the disease is a species of typhoid
fever, and not cholera, as has here
tofore been supposed. He directs
the following remedy and pre
Hyposulphite soda. 30 pounds.
Bicarbonate soda 5
Copperas 1 '
Give one pound to thirty hogs
(sick) twice or three times a day.
One pound to thirty well hogs ev
ery morning on empty stomachs. If
bowels are costive aud glaubcr salts,
a half ounce to each dose until
bowels move. Mix a pound of h?
above mixture in slop made of milk
and ground feed (not sour). Add
two teaspoonfuls carbolic acid be
fore giving. Tho hogs must be
krpt on dry ground and allowed no
Whenever Mr. Duuham has tried
the above remedy it has worked
like a charm and has checked the
disease in herds where the hogs
were dying off by the score. Wc
are iudebted to Mr. Charles Stevens,
son of Phineas Stevens, of this city,
for the above, who has seen its
results on swine, at Dexter, in this
State. He says it is a certain cure.
Mr. J. M. Moores, of Minerva, in
this county, informs us that he uses
gelsiminum for fever in hogs. It is
the Eame medicine, he 6ays, that
eclectic physicians give to people
for fcTcr.Jfarshall Republican.
, HONORS AT HOME.
A (Magnificent Reception and a Cor
dial "Welcome. .
Last Thursday ovening the news
spread through town like wild-fire
that our fellow-citizen, Hon. Albiuus
Nance bad received thejiomiuation
lor Governor. It was just the hour
for ringing the church bell for pray
er meeting, uud the gentleman who
usually discharged that duty was
about to pull tho rope, when be was
interrupted, and with his consent
there was a strange variation from
the usual monotone that calls the
congregation together for prayer
service. Tho bell rang out in joyous
topes expressing the gladness that
filled all hearts in Osceola. Con
gratulations were general aud sin
cere. Even those who had iu former
campaigns opposed Mr. Nance, wero
glad to hear of his success.
' On the following day when it be
came known that Mr. Nance would
come borne that evening there was a
general desire to give him a cordial
welcome. People came in from
Stromsburg and other localities aud
in the evening a large crowd assem
bled on the public square. The
stars aud stripes waved from the
flag-staff on the court house; the
Osceola Band was waiting to wel
come the returning hero, aud a huge
pilo of combustible material had
been prepared, ready to be kiudled
into a bonfire. Soon after dark it
was announced that tho carriage
containing Mr. Nance and others
who were returning from the Con
vention was approaching. Then the
bonfire blazed up, its bright light
illuminating the town and flashing
far out over tho prairies. The band
played a patriotic air and. when the
party arrived, all repaired to Kim
mcl's Hall, where Mr. Nance was
quickly surrounded by his friends
and neighbors who wcro eager to
grasp the haud of the man who had
by his merits, combining rare genius
and an iron will, fairly won the
honor that had been conferred up
on him. The reception was a mag
nificent pvatiou. After -the 'first
congratulations were over, Robert
Wheeler was called on to preside
and in a speech, that was full of
cordial good feeling and enthusi
asm, he welcomed Mr. Nance to his
home, with strong assurances that
the people of Polk county delight
to honor the man who has honor
ed them in ever position that he has
been called to fill. Mr. Nance re
sponded in the followiug well chosen
3Ir. Chairman and Gen'lemen or,
rather let me say viy Jriends: When 1
stood on the platfonr in the Itepubli
cun State Convention as the nominee
or the Republican party for Governor, I
felt that it was the proudest moment of
niyife. This is the happiest moment of
niy life. You have given me a cordial
and royally gonerous welcome to ray
home. My success is'not solely due to
the efforts put forth by my friends who
save me their earnest support in the
State Conucntion. They worked nobly,
ajid I thank them. Hut I also acknow
ledge the debt of gratitude that I owe to
liepeople of Polk county, who have al
ways stood by me, and "without whose
support I could not have succeeded.
The unanimous endorsement which you
gave me in the county convention was a
bulwark of strength for me in the State
Convention. If I am elected to the of
fice of Governor of Nebraska, and I
btcqw I shall be, I will never forget
vfhat .the, seoplc of Tolk county have
tton'e. for inc. J, would like to speak at
length -in regard to the other candidates
oh the ticket all good and lure ineii,
aud in regard to the Greenback delusion,
known as "fat" money, but must defer
making any remarks on these topics un
tifsome other time. Again I thank you
one and all for this generous reception.
Wheat No. 1...
it .( o
T" " 3 ..........
J2 25iW 75
Meal, , 80&1 00
, ' l'KODCCK.
Eat nogs, 200
Fat Cattle, 2 2.'2 .10
Fut'Cows, - "(- "0
Calves 3 00l00
Good veal, per hundred B 00
Hides, grecu salted, 3 50
Corned Ueef &
We give below a portion of the rules
adopted bv the Board of It. It. and
AVitr- house" Commissioners, for the in
spection of grain in the city of Chicago.
The inspection is doue by officials, un
der authority of law:
KULE II. SPUING WHEAT.
No. 1. Hard Spring "Wheat shall be
sound, plump and well cleaned.
No 2. Hard Spring "Wheat shall be
sound, reasonably clean and of good
milling quality ,
No. 1. Spring Wheat shall be sound,
plump and well cleaned.
No. 2. Spring AVhcat shall bo sound,
reasonably clean, and of good milling
No. 3. Spring Wheat shall include all
inferior shrunken or dirty Spring
Wheat, weighing not less that 53 pounds
to the measured bushel.
Kejectcd Spring Wl.cat shall include
Spring Wheat, damp, musty, grown,
badlv bleached, or for any other caue
which render- it unfit for No. 3.
In case of mixture of Spring and Win
ter Wheat, it will be called Spring
Wheat graded according to the quality
Black Sea aud Flinty Ffife Wheat shall
in no case be inspected higher than No.
2, -nrid Rice Wheat no higher than Re
jected. HULK VIII.
All Grain that is warm, or that is in a
heating cor-iticn, or is otherwise unfit
for warehousing shall not be graded.
All inspectors shall make their rea
son for grading Grain, when necessary,
fully known by notations on their books.
The weight alone shall not determine
CC-TJU27C nHAN&IAL HASSS? ZIPOS?.
Corrected by Columbus St ite Bank
Ivfwfl ... .... ...
Platte Countr Warrants.. Si to luu
Other " " 70 to 00
City " 75 to SH
School District Bonds 75 to 80
State Warrants 00 to 100
Exchange on Europe 2
" New York... l-5oflp.ct.
" " Chicago 1-5" "
Omaha 1-10 "
Canada currency, 5 per cent, discount.
Silver change in large amounts, 3 per
Sliver dollars, par.
a week in your own town. 5
Outfit free. No risk. Header,
if you want a business at
which persons of either sex
can make great pay a nthc time tbey
work, write for particulars to If. Hal
lett & Co Tortland, Maine.
Advertisements under this head live
cents a line, flrit Insertion, three cents
a line each subsequent insertion.
SSf-Books, books, school books, all
kinds of books at E. D. Fitzpatrick's.
KegHlnr Stock Denier.
All kiuds of horned stock bought
and sold; also fat and stock hogs.
379-y D. ANDERSON.
J9 County Warrants, school
orders, school bonds anil good bankable
notes, also firs t-class? mortgages bought.
Honey loaned on good farming lands for
a term of years, by A. HeHrjr, Colum
4-Guyot's Geography Is on the
State list and is therefore the only
Geography that can legally be used in
our eehools. This book and all other
school books for sale at C. L. Hill's
Book Store. 438-x
1. W. KIXSEY.
Will run his colt and cattle herd this
season between the Looking Glass and
Loup river, twelve miles west of Colum
bus. Citizens are requestcu to maice
their contracts early". 413-3.
SQrBARGAixs ! Bargains I "Will
sell for cash or on time, one light buggy,
and harness, live good milch cows, one
lumber wagon, one heavy yoke of oxen,
one brood marc she is a good workdr.
430-x D. ANDERSON.
Farm Tor Sain.
80 acres, 40 acres under cultivation, on
Lost creek eleven miles from Columbus.
For particulars, call on the undersigned
near the prcmiess, or address,
434.4. Columbus, Nebr.
THE FINEST AND BEST
Hard-Coal Stove in the Country,
Besides other kinds too numerous to
mention. JSTHcating Stoves, with or
without oven attachment, at
Prices Lower than Ever Before.
U, S. Land Oilice. Grand Island. Neb.,
October 10th, 1878. I
COMPLAINT having been entered' at
this office by William -M. Brown
against John Tarpy for abandoning his
Homestead Entry, No. 74 10, dated March
13, 1878, upon the north of the south
east i, Section 8, Township 19 north of
Range 2 west, in Platte county, Nebras
ka, with a view to the cancellation of
said entry: the said parties are hereby
summoned to appear at this office on the
14th day of November, lti7t at 10 o'clock
a. in., to respond and furnish testimony
concerning said alleged abandonment.
Depositions in said case will be taken
at the office of II. G. Carew, Columbus,
Ncbr., Nov. 8th, 1878, 10 a. m.
M. B. HON IE, Register.
4 10-4 Wm. AN Y AN, Receiver.
CLEARING OUT SALE
HATS, CAPS AND GLOVES.
I am selling out my entire stock of the
AT COST, FOE CASH ONLY.
AT THE OLD POST OFFICE STORE.
J. M. HONAHAIST,
Uustirtuer xzi Auler Is
Fint-Clisj Work and Good listeria!,
ErTFull selection of eastern work al
ways on hands. Repairing neatly and
Store opp. the Post-Offlce, on 13th St.
Is prepared to do all kinds of black
smithing in a workmanlike manner, and
will guarantee to give satisfaction. He
HORSE -SHOEING A SPECIALTY,
and in this branch of the trade will ac
knowledge no peers. Persons having
lame horses from bad shoeing will do
well to bring them to him. He only asks
for a trial. All kinds of repairing done
to order. 440-3m
13ti Street, cjpait ?sttSct.
Men's and boys' suits made In the
latest style, and good fits guaranteed, at
vmr Inw rlina Afnn'n suits Stl fMl tn
iu.w, according to the goods and ivork.
SSTCLEAMXG AND REPAIRING TKHiS.JFl
Bring on your soiled clothing. A
whole suit renovated and made to ap
pear as xood as new for $1.25 424-y
E9l lal TThiM,
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, DOORS, WINDOWS,
And Buildinp Paper.
Also constantly on hand an assortment of HARD WOOD and WAGON STOCK
We make CLOSE figures for CASH.
Yard gySfofStEKT11 3i" COLUMBUS, NEB.
Will be offered in
Hat 8, Caps and Notions,
As my stock must be converted into cash.
1'nIIc iw clienp, but prlcex tell,
1 luiTC got the jfood, and ara bouatl to mcII.
TV. H. HEIDELBEKGEE,
I2th STUEET, (-J doors west of Hammoud nouse), 2S0
D. C. LOVELAND.
LOVELAND & ELLIS,
COWTRACTOES AND BUILDERS!
General Shop Work Done ;
ALSO, PLANING AND SAWING,
All Manner of Wood Turning Done to Order.
ALL SIZES OF WELL TUBING CUT.
STORK FRONTS A SPECIALTY.
BUILDINGS MOVED IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
ALL STYLES of DOORS and WINDOW FRAMES Madu to Order.
Feed and Meal always on Hand for Sale,
Also, Lime and Hair.
JSTVriLL EXCHANGE FEED OU .MEAL FOR GRAIN.
gSffiS?,taI m COLUMBUS. NEB.
Dry Goods and CIotMng Store
Is now .ready for tlie Pall and Winter Campaign with an immense
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
JSSy Dry Goods have taken a big tamhle in the Eastern Markets lately,
and as I buy my goods strictly for ca3h, I will give my customers the ben
efit of it, and supply them with anything in my line at much lower prices
than they were ever known to be heretofore.
All I ask for is3 give me a friendly call and con
vince yourself of the facts.
mm i mm institute.
T. X. KITCHIU,, H. 3. . T. X13I7S, Jf. D
Physicians- il Surgeons.
0. S. U2:S2. U. 0.., J. C. IZSUZ, V. S :f Ciii,
tenfe Fijsicbj a&d Surgeons.
For the treatment of all clauses of Sur
gory and deformities; aerate and
chronic diseases, diseases of the eye
and ear, etc., etc.,
Will be sold at private sale on my
ranche, 219 head of cattle, consisting of
71 beau or heifers, 1 to 3 year old; 118
steers, 1 to 2 years old; 3D steers, 3 to 4
years old; 2 thoroughbred Durh in heif
ers with pedigree; 2 thoroughbred Dur
ham bulls, with pedigree, which have
been running with the stock. Also 1
yoke oxen, 2 wagons, 1 span horses and
3 Norman colts, 2 to 3 years old, and my
ranche. located at the junctiou of the
Cedar aud Loupe on the Pawnee Reser
vation, aud containing 1 section and
three-quarters, well timbered.
Genoa P. O., Pawnee Reservation.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I am now agent for Harper's school,
book publications, and am prepared to
furnish school-books to individuals or
school districts for introduction to
about one-half the retail price of other
ISTThese books in the main are on the
Stete Lilt. 4j S. L. Babkktt.
L. F. ELLIS.
of tho Revolution Dry Goods Stors.
BULLARD & SMITH,
FRUIT, PROVISIONS, &c.
BEST OF GOODS AT LOWEST FBICES !
All Iform Products
Bought and Sold.
Highest Cash Price Paid,
Goods Exchanged for Produce.
52TOood delivered anywhere in the
city free of charge.
'KW HLII.DI.NG OX 1 lTH ST.,
Two Door. Hast of Jooraal Office.
GHS. A. SCHRODER,
COOKING JK HEATING-sto-ves,
Shelf and Heavy Hardware!
E0PE, KAILS AND IR0K,
Copper and Tinware
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
"We would call xhe attention of the
public to the fact that we are enabled to
sell our goods cheaper than any house
ELEVENTII STBF.ET, directly outh'ot
A. llonry' Lumber Yard. 407-
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