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WEDNESDAY, OCTOREK 30, 187$.
TnE President nnd Mrs. Hnycs
visited tlic fair ground at Cumber
land, Md.rlai week.
Tj.VTxi.Kcr is captain of a military
company recently organized at
North Platte, numbering ISO men.
It is believed that the Cheycnnos
have crossed the Missouri river and
perhaps have already arrived at Sit
ting Bull's camp.
Leahxakd, proprietor of a hotel
at Coolfihire, Quebec, was shot dead
on the 24th inst. by a tramp whom
he refused whiskey.
Makried, at Lincoln, on the 22d
inst, by Kcv. U. C. Harris, 3Ir. J.
D. McFarlaud and Miss Xaunie
Cobb, daughter of Judge Cobb.
ITon". "Wm. M. Evaiits addressed
an immense audience at Cooper In
stitute, N. Y., on the 24th inst.; the
capacious hall was crowded to over
flowing. The ballot-box should be freel
from all frauds. Protect and watch
it on the 5th "Nov., e"0 you may be
assured it will contain no taint of
St. Louts has just nominated an
othqr city ticket, leaving in the field
six separate and independent tick
ets. Politics arc wonderfully mix
ed in that city.
Steamship Lessing from Ham
burg, on the 24th brought $350,000
in gold to New York. Steamer
Canada the same evening brought
$450,000 gold coin.
B. Golden' Ss Co's slipper factory,
located at Milwaukee, was destro'
ed by fire. Loss $70,000, but covcr
edby insurance. Seventy-five meu
and women thrown out of employ
ment. All. the speakers announced fail
ed to appear at Grand Island except
M. L. Hayward who received from
tho citizens a hearty welcome and
in return made them an excellent
Bavaud Taylok, Minister to Ber
lin, has been quite unwell, and
underwent last week a very serious
surgical operation for dropsy, but
is believed uow to be in a fair way
Judge Tiiukston- of Omaha,-last
week addressed large and enthusi
astic republican audiences at "West
Point, David City and Osceola. He
reports the best of feeling prevailing
among Republicans where he has
Intelligence from Athens under
date of Oct. 25th has been received
from the Turkish frontier that the
Albanian league mustering 100,000
combatants, resolved to resist to
death the cession of territory de
manded by Greece.
Col. J. A. Bimdgeland left Rich
mond, Ind., on the 19th with a car
load of line cavalry horses for
Fraucc. He came direct from that
country to tr the experiment, and
if successful lie will ship large num
bers to that market.
The public mind within the last
week has been diverted from the
recent wonderful cyphers of S. J.
TJldcn by the announcement thro'
the public press that he has captured
a St. Louis belle, and that his mar
riage will be celebrated within the
next three mouths.
It is reported that D. Goodalo,
one of the stage robbers who had
been arrested in Iowa, while being
returned to Cheyenne on the 24th
inst., escaped by throwing himself
from a "window of a passenger car
at Lone Tree, and is still at large,
An allcmpt was made last week
to assassinate king Alfonso.of Spain.
"While, driving through the street?
of Madrid a man discharged a pistol
at him. Alfonso was not touched,
and the man who fired the pistol
was immediately arrested, giving
his namo as Juan Moucasi.
Any Republican who has not a
clear right to vote under the Ne
braska laws, should refrain from
voting en the oth Nov. If prosecu
tions for illegal voting are to be set
on foot l&t them hit the other side.
A fair and honot election is what
every Republican should desire.
The Niobrara Pioneer pronounces
the platform of the republican party
one of the most sensible that has
been presented to the people for
years. "It glows with a new, young
life creditable to our young state,
and tho promises arc no foolish ones,
but are jriven in a fair, outspoken
manner that gives confidence to all
Last Sunday the Manhattan Sav
ings Bnjik building, was entered by
seven masked meu and robbed of
nearly $.1,000,000 in bonds and
securities, sevetal tin boxes filled
with jewelry and silver ware, and
about $11,000 in small bills. No
clue to the perpetrators. This is
the most extensive robbery that we
remember reading of.
A corrected acconiit of the do
ing of the savngc Chcyenncs on
their recent raid through uorth
we?tcr?i ?t3usas made its appear
ance in priut last week, and sums
up 23 deaths ;3 wounded; outraged,
25 ; released, 2 ; widows, 5; orphan?,
25; lo?s of property, etc., 50,000.
Help is needed of money, focd,
clothing aud beddinsr. Send to C
Ji Tounc, Kerwin, Kansas.
Gov. Niciiolls, of Louisiana, has
issued orders to tho civil authori
ties of Tensas and Concordia to en
force the law and bring to -justice
all offenders, whatever their poli
tics. He says he will call on all the
militia of the State to compel obe
dience. -That is the right spirit.
Those who knowingly violate the
laws and disturb the public peace
should be compelled to obey it at
The circulating medium of a com
mercial community must be that
which is also the circulatiiig medium
of other commercial communities,
or must be capable of being con
verted into that medium without
loss. It must be able, not only to
pass in payments aud receipts
among individuals iu the same so
ciety and nation, but to adjust and
discharge the balance of exchanges
between the different nations.
Dunicl Webster, 1S1G.
Two companies of tho third cav
alry, under command of Capt. J. B.
Johnson and Lieut. Thompson
while scouting in the Sand Hills
last week captured. one hundred
nnd fifty hostile Chcyenncs and
took from them their horses and
mules, numbering about one hun
dred and forty. They refused to
bo taken to Camp Robison, aud
scattered over the prairie and pre
pared for fight, and it is doubtful
whether our troops will bring
A stohm of unprecedented sever
ity visited the Atlantic states on the
23d inst., causing incalculable dam
age by wind and water. It would
be very difficult to describe in de
tail its effects upon houses, church
spires, trees, shipping, bridges and
persons exposed to it. Some idea
may be formed of its severity from
the fact of its reported doings in the
city of Philadelphia, where th'closs
is reported to be nearly a million
dollars. The storm passed over
Norristown, Doylcstown, Chester.
"Wilkcs-Barrc, Pa., aud Brooklyn
and New York, leaving desolation
aud death in its path.
It must be humiliating to many
Democrats to see their leaders coo
ing and billing tho grccnbackcrs
all over the state to obtain their
votes, but it 13 still more humbling
to know that the same leaders of
Democracy in the stato convention
compromised their life-long princi
ples to the greenbackors to incur
their favor and procure their votes
for the state ticket. Independent,
consistent Democrats will not be
caught with such chaff, aud unless
we have been greatly deceived the
votes of true and consistent demo
crats of the stale will teach their
pandering leaders a wholesome les
son bv their votes on next Tuesday.
Tun Attorney General at a cabi
net meeting last week said that the
complaints from parties in South
Carolina of trouble thereon account
of politics, and that the general
government could not do anything
unless the judicial process of the
United Slates should be resisted,
and it is acknowledged that it has
not. So, armed partizans may or
ganize and prevent the assembling
of their opponents in public meet
ing. "What kind of republicanism
have the people of South Carolina?,
What kind of political freedom?
All elections held aud controlled
by armed force arc fraudulent, aud
should be set aside on proof of that
fact; aud that seems to be the only
lcnicdy left for honest citizens to
The Charleston 2Tews and Courier,
a Democratic paper, relates at some
length, the capture of a republican
meeting appointed at Lautonvillc,
South Carolina, last week, where
about 2.000 colored men, women
and children had assembled to hear
the issues of the day discussed by
Congressman Smalls, when some
800 Red-Shirts galloped in, captur
ed the meeting, and proceeded to
run it by delivering rousing demo
cratic speeches. Smalls failed to
appear. It is said that some Hamp
ton men rode forty-five miles to
hear Smalls. A free people will
not always tolerate this despotism
over free speech, and it must be met
; peaceably, by law, and banished
from the nation, or it may be the
cause yet of bloodshed. "Wisdom
dictates to all men engaged in this
species of despotism, for once aud
all, to immediately abandon it be
fore the fierv o.u of trial comes.
The people of Plaltt county gen
erally, are very well Acquainted
with Thomas C. Ryan, the Repub
lican candidate for representative
for Platte county. Two years ago
the Journal published a brief bio
graphical sketch, which it is not
now necessary to repeat. Mr. Ryan
is a whole-souled, liberal-minded,
intelligent and educated gentleman,
aud will represent Platte county in
the next legislature with ability,
and honor both to himself aud the
county- The fact that he is a Re
publican will give him great iuflu
ence with that Republican body.
The further fact that ho is an agree
able, affable and scholarly gentle
man is a guarauty that what he may
have to say will be heard and heed
ed. If theio is any reason why
Republicans or any Republican
should not vote for Mr. Ryan, we
know not what it is. He is Repub
lican from conviction and on prin
ciple, and will receive the hearty
support of all good Republicans aud
many others besides.
The Republican State, county and
district tickets are now completed,
and composed of acknowledged
good men. The nominations have
been made with care and every can
didate on the State ticket has been
cordially and fully endorsed by your
representatives to the Republican
State Convention not only as to
character but requisite qualifications
for the discharge of the duties of
the several offices to which they
have been nominated. This being
the fact there can be no reasonable
excuse for any Republican with
holding his vote from any caudidatc
on the State ticket, and we are sure
no good Republican will, from pure
prejudice alone, as that is not the
guiding political star to the mind or
heart of true Republicans.
The county aud district ticket is
composed of your neighbors well
known to you in every particular
aud need no additional rocoinmeu-
dation from us. As the head of the
county ticket stands Thos. C. Ryan,
aud old aud esteemed citizen of
Neb., but certainly not an old man,
now in the vigor and prime of life,
capable in point of native taleuts,
aud acquired ability nnd cducatiou
to attend to the interests of Platte
county in tho State Legislature.
Knowing the will of his conjtitu-
cnts,uo earthly power will be able to
swerve him from the discharge of
John wise, the farmer candidate
for commissioner, is a man of good
sense and judgmeut, fully posted
in the wants of the people, with an
eye capable of seeing the effects of a
wasteful administration and re
trenching where needed, the couuty
D. C. Loveland, candidate for dis
trict representative and J. T. Clark
son, of Schuyler, candidate for
Senator, have both been particularly
noticed iu the Journal heretofore
and need no additional recommen
dation. Both arc men of good
character and will reflect credit up
ou their constituents as members of
the Nebraska legislature.
The last Butler Co. Republican
contains a pretty lengthy editorial,
descriptive and otherwise of the
feelings of Editor Casper of the
Press of that place, who was a del
egate to the convention which nom
inated II. T. Spccrry for Float
Representative. Mr. Casper saw
Mr. Spcerry here, and was as much
disgusted with him, it seems, as a
man could well be, and has not seen
proper to keep his thoughts to him
self. We give below the main por
tion of the Republican's article,
prefacing that Mr. S. is not an old
man ; that we don't know that Mr.
Crilcs covets Spuirry's influence, or
will get it, and that we don't believe
that 'Iliggins, Critcs & Co.," (as
our cotemporary jocosely calls these
honorable gentlemen) went so far
as to "perpetrate fraud" upon the
Democratic community. We make
these observations in the general
interests of fair play, and publish
the article at all, for the reason that
it concerns several of our citizens,
and is upon a subject that ought to
have some little local interest, just
uow. But here is the article :
''The facts arc briefly these:
"There is an old German over iu
"in the county of Platte, who has
"an insane desire to hold office. The
"name of this man is II. T. Si-curry.
"He is now in his dotage, and judg
ing i'ro.n appearances and all the
"luuicauons, nc lias uccn in Jus
"dotage ever since he was born.
"But it so happens that this man
"Spn?rry controls forty or fifty Gcr
"mau votes in Platte county. And
"it also happens that a gentleman
"named Crites, is a candidate for
"representative on the democratic
"ticket Irom Platte county against
"T. C. Ryan on the republican tick
"ct. Mr. ('rites covets the 40 votes
"controlled by Spcerry, but he can
"only obtain them by paying Snrer
"ry off, aud Spccrry's pi ice .is the
"nomina'ion for float representative.
"So what do the members ' the
"'reform' party do? They 'put up
"a job,' and by a simple process of
"manipulation" they secure Spcurry
"the nomination, aud the junior
"editor not being a party to the
"transaction is very properly iudig
"nant. Wc know of but one method
"uow, by which the junior editor
"can vindicate his outraged feelings
"and set the seal of his disapproval
"upon the fraud perpetrated by
"Iliggins, Critos & Co., and that is
"by giving a hearty support to Mr.
"Loveland, the republican nominee,
"who has the merit of not being an
"office-seeker, and who is well qual
ified to discharge his duties."
'i"o You us Hen.
Young man, just lend us your oar
for a few minutes, wiiilc wc whis
per iuto it, that an other election is
at hand; that tuc Republican party
of hir- country represents the pro
gressive t?irit of the age; that to be
a success in public life, you must
move with the moving tide of hu
man n flairs, onward and upward;
you are imbued with this spirit,
which coinrs as natural to young,
manly vigor as does the free air of
heaven to your lungs, and your
vote, your voice, your influence
ehonld he for the right; for the
political pari whose past record,
on every page, is brilliantly illumi
nated with the splendid achieve
ments of ardent patriotism, and
whose future promise1; a career
equally as patriotic and noble;
yours is the natural nobility; fol
low your best impulses and leave
base motives for base men ; serve
your country and your age with the
best of your faculties; ally yourself
with that host of patriots who be
lieve iu proving all things, aud
holding fast to that which is good ;
who arc determined to think right
and act according to their convic
tions, and will not swerve from
their political principles to secure
temporary aud doubtful success at
the polls; examine the record of the
Democratic party, the party that has
been "in -opposition" in the affairs
of this government for the last
eighteen years, and during the most
stupendous struggle for national
life, and then ask yourself which of
these two parties you ought to be
with, which should receive your
support, your vote, voice and influ
ence. Go where your generous im
pulses lead the way. Lend yourself
to no reactionary men or measures ;
be not deceived by unsound doc
trine; acquaint yourself, as best you
may, with the spirit, the motives,
the character of every man who
seeks to influence your political
action ; make up your mind iu ac
cordance with facts, as against fanci
ful theories or villitication ; for the
honorable as against the mean ; for
the generous aud magnanimous man
or measure, as against the selfish
and ignoble. Iu your public life, do
your wholo duty, as you value life
welfare, and the future prosperity
of tho land iu which you live, and
tho perpetuity of those benign in
stitutions which have made us a
grand natiou among the peoples
of the earth.
Congress Power to Make Money.
But some gentlemen say that con
gress has the power to make money,
aud I want to ask them one question,
I want you to think about it: If
this government has the power to
make money, why should it collect
taxes from us? AVhy don't they
make it and let us alone? If this
government can make a dollar bill
just that quick (slapping his hands
together), why should they make us
labor clay and night, and make us
pay taxes to support them? If the
government can make money, let
them make it aud let us alone. But,
instead of that, this great govern
ment comes up here into this coun
try with the bayonet aud compels
you to pay taxes. It is like the
ocean trotting around to borrow a
little salt water, or the sun trying to
get the loan of a candle from some
poor devil that has worked weeks to
make that candle. So I say to them,
if they can do it, let them do it.
Rob IngcrsoWs speech at Jfalonc,
Who Killed Tildcn?
Who killed Sam Tildcn? "I,"
said Match Marble: "with my dis
patch garblo, I killed Sam Tildcn."
Who saw him die ? "I" said While
law; "with my little saw, I saw him
die." Who made his coffin ? "I,"
replied Max; "with my little
whacks, I made his cofiin." Who
prayed for him ? "I," said Bill Pel -ton
; his coflin I knelt on oh, I
prayed for him I" Who told the
tale? "Wc," said the papers; "we
relish such capers wc told the
If Mr. Tildcn's statement had heen
(1) Written by Jonah when he was
sojourning iu the whale's belly ;
(2) Put to soak for a week in a
barrel half full of mackerel;
(3) Dried between layers of cod in
nu eel nci ;
(4) Carried iu an old sail's pocket'
for a month ;
it couldn't smell more fishy than it
does now. Albany Journal.
U, S. Land Office. Grand Island Neb., I
October 10th, 1878. f
COMPLAINT having been entered at
tliis office by William 31. lirown
against John Tarpy for abandoning his
Hometead Entry, No. 7410. dated 3Iarch
13, 1878, upon the north y of the south
east yt. Section 8, Towiibhipll) north of
Range 2 west, in Platte county, Ncbrus
ka. with a view to the cancellation of
said entry: the said partio are hereby
summoned to appear at this office on the
14th day of November, 1S7S, at 10 o'clock
a. in., to respond and funiNli testimony
concerning &aid alleged abandonment.
Depositions in said case will be taken
at the office of H. G. Carew, Columbus,
Nebr., Nov. 8th. IS78, 10 a. m.
31. P.. HON IE, KcgMor.
410-1 "Wm. ANY AN, Receiver.
U. S. Land Office, Grand IMand, Neb.,)
Oct. 'Jl-t, 1878. J
(lOMPLAINT haviiur been entered at
J this ofiice by John N. Nelcon
ajrainst Joseph M. Morel forabtndonin?
his Homestead Entry, No. 5700, dated
Au?uit i'lth, 1-S71, upon the Southeast
yv Section IS, Township 20 north. IJanjre.
4 west, in Platte county, Nebraska,
with n view to the cancellation of said
entry: the said parties are hereby Mun
itioned to appear at tlii- oftice on tfic 'JG:h
day of November, 1878, at 10 o'clock a
m., to respond and furnish testimony
concerning said alleged abandonment.
DepoMtlons in said ene will lie taken
at the office of II. G. Carew, Columbus,
Neb. Nov. 'JOth, 1S78. 11 oelock a.m.
31. 1$. IIOXIE. KegNter.
411-1 Wm. ANYAN, Receiver,
J. M. HONAHAN,
M4-': M and M Material.
J2i"Full selection of eastern work al
ways on hands. Repairing neatly and
Store opp. the Post-Ofiicc, on I3th St.
CLEARING OUT SALE
HATS, CAPS AND GLOVES.
I am selling out my entire stock of the
AT COST, FOE CASH QL7.
AT THE OLD POST Ori'ICE STORE.
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE
Because our expenses are very small compared with other stores In Co
lumbus, which enables us to sell
1STICE ISTEW GOODS
At PRICKS THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. AVe have one of tho best stocks of
CXOTIIlftG. 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 SIIIRTS, and a Complete Line of
GENTS' UNDERWEAR at Low Prices
DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
BLEACH MUSLIN, UNBLEACHED MUSLIN,
HATS, CAPS, G-LOVES AND MITTENS,
WHICH WE CLAIM TO SELL CHEAPER TIIAX ANY OTHER
STORE IN COLUMBUS. C03IE AND TRY US.
MORRISSEY & KLOCK,
Storo Opposite M. H. "White's Harness Shop, Olive Street.
G. H. KliAUSE & SONS,
(Successors to IV. II. MIXTKUBOTHAM,)
H MML 9WAB E
STOVES AND TINWARE.
S QUAKE DEALING
Have alwavs been thr Motto of
DM GOODS, CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES, 3 FANCY NOTIONS,
Hats and Caps, Gloves and Mittens.
"Wo arc also I-Ieaclquarters on
Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev
erything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talh is Cheap, hut Wo will nob ho' undersold by any
Straight Dry-Goods House in the West.
A Child can Bny as Cheap as a Man.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF
JAEGGI & SCHUPBACH
II E A I.
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES,
WINDOWS, DOOKS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAPER,
Oak Lumber and all Kinds of Moulding.
TnE FINEST AND HEST,
Hard-Coal Stove in the Country,
Besides other kinds too immcroiH to
mention. jSfHenting Stoves, with or
without oven attachment, at
Prices Lower than Ever Before.
Millinery Goods, Prints,
One Price (o All is Oar Motto.
HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
to A. Henry)
Great eliance to make
If vou can't
Kold you ran get
urccnliacks. We need
a person in every town to take mi1
seriptions for the "largest, cheapest and
licit Illustrated family publication in
the world. Any one can become a ue
eessful asfent. The most clcjrant work
of art given free to subscribers. Th.
price is so low that almost everybody
oubscribes. One agent reports making
ovcrI.V in a week. A lady agent re
ports taking over J00 subscribers in ten
days. All who engage make money
f.int. You can devote all your time to
the biifincs'S, or only your spare time.
Vou need not be away" from home over
night. You can do it "as well as others.
Full particulars, directions and terms
free. Elegant and expensive Outfit free.
If you want profitable work send us your
address at once. It costs nothing to irj
the business. "o one who engages fails
to make great pay. Address "The Peo
ple's Journal," Portland, Maine. C62-y
ft. T. nUI.f.AKD.
BULLAEI) & SMITH,
FRUIT, PROVISIONS, &c.
All Farm Products
Bough. t and Sold.
Highest Cash Price Paid,
Goods Exchanged for Produce.
2TGood delivered anywhere in the
city free of charge.
xr.vr nuir.DiNo ox 1 1th st.,
Two Doors Hast of Journal Office.
HUNNEMAN & TOLMAN,
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, BOOBS,. Ill OWS,,
And Building Paper.
Also constantly on hand an assortment or HARD WOOD and WAGON STOCK
Wc make CLOSE figures for CASH.
Yard and Office on Eleventh St.,)
E-XTXKAlt 17. 1. PKl'OT, f
Will be offered in
Hats, Caps and Notions,
Ac my stock must be converted into cash.
Tnllc in circnp, but price tell,
1 Imvc t the Rood, and am bennd to mcII.
W. H. HEIDELBERGEE,
12tli STKEET, (2 door west of Hammond House), 2S0.
D. C. LOVELAND.
LOVELAND & ELLIS,
C0WTBACT0RS AM BUILDERS!
General Shop Work Done ;
ALSO, PLANING AND SAWING,
All Manner of "Wood Turning Done to Order.
ALL SIZES OF WELL TUBING CUT.
stoke: fronts a specialty.
BUILDLNGS MOVED IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
ALL STYLES of DOOKS and WINDOW FRAMES Made to Order.
Feed and Meal always on Hand for Sale, .
Also, Lime and Hair.
23TWILL EXCHANGE FEED OR 3IEAL FOR GRAIN.
One Block "West of the)
Clother House, f
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Is now ready for the Pall and Winter Campaign with an immense.
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
C3" Dry Goods have taken a bit tumble in the Eastern Marketsllately,
and as I buy my goods strictly for cash, 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 is, give me a friendly call and con
vince yourself of the facts.
JHT, Proprietor cf tho Revolution Dry Goods Store.
MEDICAL a SUL INSTITUTE.
. jhtczzll, a. S. 8. r.SrAK7S,.8
5. 8. K22CZ2, IT. D. 4 J. C. ZZXIZZ, K. 8., :! Csaii,
Consulting Physicians and Surgeons.
For the treatment of all classes of Sur
gery aud deformities ; acute and
chronic diseases, diseases of the eye
and ear, etc., etc.,
OF payins high prices for Machine
OiI, till you bate called at the
Itod front Drugstore, opposite the Tost
Ofiice, and vou will get a benefit. Six
TO THE PUBLIC.
I am now n:ent for Harper's school
book publication, and am prepared to
fiirnih school-books to individuals or
school district for introduction to
about one-half the retail price of other
t57Thce books in the main are on the
Stcte List. 435 S. L. ISakkictt.
"T"lT,C!rTl business j-ou can engage
jDJtLJO X in. " to 3J per day made
by any worker of either sex. right in
their own localities. Paticular and
samples worth ?5 free. Improve your
spare time at this businen. Addross
Stinjon & Co., Portland, Maine.
Finis 81 WIS.
L. P. ELLIS.
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