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National Republican Ticket.
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
TOR VICK 1'KKSIDKNT:
GUESTER A. ARTHUR,
Of New York.
Sepublican State Ticket.
G. W. COLLINS, of Pawnee.
J. JI. THURSTON, of DoukIuh.
JAilEfe LAIRD, of Adams.
SILAS GARBER, of "Vel.ter.
W. L. WILSON, of Otoe.
C. F. EISELEY, of Doile.
E. K VALENTINE,
on timing county.
Foi Contingent Congressman.
T. J. MAJORS,
of 1'olk County.
E. C. CAKN'S,
of Seward County.
For Secretary of State,
of Thayer County.
For Auditor of Public Accounts,
of Ilall County.
of Laneahter ountT.
For Attornev General,
of Phelps County.
For Cominit-fcioner of Public Lands and
of Howard County.
For Sunt, of Public Instruction,
of Lancastei County.
For District Attorney Fourth Judicial
M. B. REESE.
For ReprcHcntative of Representative
DKtrict No. M.
J. C. ROBERTS.
For Senator of 14th Senatorial District,
51. K. TURNER,
of Platte County.
For Reprchcntatire of Representative
District No. 33,
HENRY J. HUDSON.
For Co unt v Commissioner from Dis
trict No. 3.
Tiiif.vks Rtid burglars were lust
week still engaged in robbing aud
pluudering tbe citizens of Omaha.
A snow-fall, on the 25th, almost
universal throughout Eugland. It
in exceptionally early for such
From New York the word among
democrats is that before Ohio aud
Indiana, matters looked well
enough, but piuce that, especially in
New York, the party is Bufleiing
Tiif. recent terrible torm gather
ed up all its fury when it swept over
Lake Michigan. Many vessels are
reported lost. One schooner went
down iu full sight of Chicago, with
eight men on board.
Jons Harris hit Boney Hnlsey
such a blow in the forehead with a
barrel stave one day last week at
Greenbriar, Tcnn., that it split hia
akull all around. It was the result
of a quarrel about whiskey.
Quite a sensation was created the
other day, by the announcement of
the defalcation of Joseph "Wood
ward, the absconding deputy cashier
of the citv of Uostou, to tho amount
of $82,003 'rom tho ?inking fund.
The poire m after him.
Two I undtod survivors of Ander
onville prison held a reunion at
Chicago on the 20th. Congressman
Keifer addressed them, explaining
his bill introduced in congress for
the purpose of securing pensions for
all Andereonville prisoners.
A. L. Hodges, grand treasurer of
the grand lodge of Masons in Ken
tucky, is reported by that order to
be a defaulter to the amount of
$7,000. He is C4 years of age, is
one of the best known men In the
state, and has held the office for
For ability, for experience in civil
affairs, there is no comparison be
tween the two chieftains of tho po
litical parties Garfield is immeas
urably ahead of Hancock in every
element of character that goes to
make a capable chief executive for
this progressive country.
Rev. Dr. Thomas, of the M. E.
Chuich, at Chicago, who has been
preaching against tbe old fashioned
literal hell, was not tried at their
recent conference. A committee
was appointed to prepare charges
against him, and present them to
his presiding elder for investigation.
Dr. Thomas was granted a super
numerary relation to the conference.
Five hundred Germans from
Cleveland visited Gen. Garfield one
day Inst week on a special train at
his home at Mentor. Major Win.
Kauffman, of Cleveland, made an
address in German, presenting the
party, in which he stated that the
Germans almost as a unit would be
for Garfield. The next president
responded in a very appropriate and
telling speech of welcome.
Gen. Garfield does not eem to
become wearied with the unprece
dented number and frequency of
hie callers, but extends to all a
hearty welcome with a pleasant
word. A party of business men
belongiRg to the Clevelaud Repub
lican Business Men's Club, filling
thirteen cars went to Mentor the
other day to pay their respect to
Gen. Garfield. G. H. Ely, president
of the club, made a speech, to which
Garfield responded in a very happy
manner, giving many ui.tructive
The republicans iu making their
, nominations, electoral, state, district
and county, have s-eleclednd noui
! inaled good, reliable and competent
I men. For district attorney in the
i 4th judicial district M. B. Reee has
been nominated ; for seuator in the
14th senatorial district, M. K. Tur
ner; for representative iu the 51st
district, J. C Roberts; II. J. Hud-,
son for representative from Platte
county, and Joseph Rivet for county
commissioner. Tho presidential
electors and the state ticket wo have
good reason to believe will bo tri
umphantly elected. The gentleineu
who compose the ticket on the re
publican side in Platte couuty must
be well known to the citizens of
this county and need particularly no
commendation from us.
Mr. II. J. Hudson at one time rep
resented the people of this couuty
in the Nebraska legislature, and
thus far in the present campaign, we
have not so much as even heard a
whisper against his official action
while nerving in that capacity.
He has also, at different times,
served the peoplo of this county in
other official stations, and we yet
have to learn tho first complaint
against his official acts or conduct
in any position held by him. This
record is the best guarantee to the
citizens of this county that his fu
ture official conduct will be in ovcry
The friends and neighbors of Mr.
Joseph Rivet, the republican candi
date for county commissioner, hold
him in the highest estimation, as an
honest, fair-minded and intelligent
gentleman ; capable of making hts
own investigations and forming his
own conclusions. A man who is
held by his neighbors iu such high
esteem, giyes to his political friends
au endorsement of bis character
perfectly reliable, and our word for
it, his neighbors willjendorse his
nomination by a large voto, perhaps
the largest ever given to a candidate
for couuty commissioner in the vi
cinity where ho is best known.
Du. P. F. Malev, a well-known
public mau of Cincinnati, and au
Irish-American citizen has abandon
ed thn democratic party aud declared
himself a republicau for the future.
In an interview with a reporter, and
iu answer to the question as to how
it came about, he replied, in lan
guage that every Irish voter of
Platte county should consider care
'It came about in just this way:
I became convinced that any further
continuance of the power of the
Democratic party in the Nation sim
ply encourages, keeps alivo, aud
perpetuates the old disunion spirit
of the South. The Solid South h
just as unfriendly to tho Union to
day as it ever was, and they seem
disposed to continue in their un
friendliness until thoy obtain abso
lute control. It is too absurd for us
to think of giving them control.
Right hero in Cincinnati, where wo
have expended $20,000,000 to build
a road for them, they threaten to
take their trade away unless we vote
for them. Just as if the railroad
was not enough for them. I don't
want to see any Solid South or any
Solid North, and until the Southern
people themselves begin to vote in
dependently aud outsido of the
Democratic party there will always
be a Solid South and disunion. Wo
want to extend to bouthern people
in the North every right due them,
and we want them to extend to
Northern people the same rightB."
"Doctor, yon speak in your dis
patch of the slavery of the Irish
American people to the Democratic
"Yes, aud you know it as well as
I know it that the Democratic party
have claimed and used us as if they
absolutely owned ns. They have
assumed to control us as if we were
ro many cattle. In fact, one of the
principal occasions of my disgust
with the Democratic party is on
accouutofits treatment of the Irish
American people. I want to do
what I can to induce my people to
break the slavish party bonds aud
vote independently, just as other
citizens do. It is tho only way that
they can command tho respect of
cither party, and I believe that after
the November elections you will
find the Irish vote as independent as
that of any other people."
It appears that there is not a sur
vivor of the ill-fated Alpena, that
was dashed to pieces in the recent
storm on Lake Michigan, to tell the
incidents of the sad story. The
Alpena had between seventy and
eighty passengers on board, a ma
jority of whom were women. From
various points along the shore it
appears that hundreds of vessels
were damaged, and dozens of them
wrecked during the fury of the gale.
The body of a lady from the wreck
of the Alpcua which was washed to
the shore, was believed at first to be
the body of Mrs. Bradley, of Santa
Fe, is now claimed to be the body of
au unknown woman. The body is
that of a lady about 45 years of age,
short, thick-?et, has three gold rings
and one large ring, a black stone
with a white figure in tho centre. A
pocketbook contajning ?43 was
found on the body, which has since
been identified as that of Mrs. Mc
Connell, of Oconoto, Wise.
.Mr. JT ocpli Hirer
The republican candidate for county
commissioner, is a gentleman well
liked in his own neighborhood. He
has filled the offices of assessor and
justice of the peace, and has again
and again been re-elected school
director. The writer of this is a
neighbor of Mr. Rivet, otherwise he
has no interest in bis success, differ
ing widely from him on vital points.
What he says, he says in the ii teres t
of justice, and Tkvtx.
The so-called letter from Garfield
to H. L. More respecting the im
portation and employment of Chi
uese labor, has been pronounced by
Mr. Garfield as a forgery. Mr. G's.
sentiments on this subject, as given
in an interview with him prior to
his nomination, are in brief these:
"I have a groat deal of sympathy
with the people of California, and
the other Pacific states, in reference
to this subject, but it is a mistake oh
the part of some Congressmen to
confound the immigration of the
regular Chineso to this country with
the advent of the coolies, who may
bo brought under contract aud per
haps as slaves. We have a right to
reject all slaves. There are laws to
prevent their importation to the
United States, just as in old times.
CAN BE MADE TO APPLY TO THE
just, as stringently, or, better still to
obtain the end in yiew, of prevent
ing the introduction of coolie labor
to the disadvantage of tho working
classes of this country. We might
make a treaty with China by which
it would be understood that slaves
or coolies were not to be landed on
our shores, but to say that any well
behaved, law-abiding person should
be kept away when desirous of com
ing of his own free will, aside from
the coolio system, would be hard,
and contrary to tho intentions of
And thus goes another of the cam
paign thunderbolts that was design
ed to overthrow republican power
in tho far west. California, Oregon
and Nevada will not be 60 swift to
transfer their political affections as
ex-senator Tipton would have bad
us believe the other night.
Gen. Grant, in one of his short
speeches the other day in New Jer
sey, expounded one phase of repub
licanism in a very effective manner,
aud tho good common senso of
northern peoplo everywhere will
endorse tho Bontiments. He said :
"One of the principles of the Re
publican party is, as I understand it,
that it never asks anything for itself
that it does uot grant to the opposite
party. We do not contend that,
because we are three to one in any
precinct, that the other fourth man
canuot cast his ballot as ho pleases,
and have it honestly counted. That
is all wo ask. All we ask is, that
our carpet-bag fellow-citizens, and
our fellow-citizens of African de
scent, and all other classes of people
who may please to be Republicaus
shall have tho privilege of going to
tho polN, oven though thoy are in
the minority, and putting in their
ballot without being injured, threat
ened, or intimidated. Cheers. We
wish to have just the same privilege
granted to us that we grant to the
Democrats. Then, when they can
beat us under thoso circumstances,
we shall believe that thoy have been
so purified as to bo fit to govern the
country until they are turned out.
Laughter. j Tho beauty of that
systom of open ballot is that if the
Administration is not a good one
tho next ono will bo of a different
sort. If you aro going to control
elections by the use of the shotgun
and by intimidation and assassina
tion, then you may get in a bad
Government, and it may perpetuate
itself by simply being worse. That's
what we want to avoid.'
Iinraum's Itatlcr Record.
I desire to ask Mr. Barnum, the
democratic candidate for senator, a
question, viz. : how did it happen
that when he was in tbe State Sen
ate in 1SC9, and was a member of
tho committee on investigation of
the charges against Gov. Butler, aud
heard all the testimony that was
afterwards adduced before the leg
islature which brought articles of
impeachment against him, how did
it happen that Mr. Barnum's com
mittee brought in a unanimous re
port exhonerating Mr. Butler?
Following this report came Gov.
Butler's renomination, and after
wards his impeachment, at very
great expense to the state, aud the
people of Platte aud Colfax counties
would like to have the matter ex
plained. J. m. L.
Wade Hampton' is trying to pro
voke Secretary Sherman into fight
ing a dnel. Doubtless Sherman is
opposed to settling disputes in that
way, nevertheless the Sherman fam
ily are not cowards, and one don't
know what might happen. Neither
does Wade Hampton. It is some
what naughty in Wade to call Sher
man a liar, but it is still more
mortifying to be proved one. Our
distance Is thirty varus face to face,
with time to take deliberate aim
with squirrel rifles, and fire at the
dropping of the American flag.
The Lincoln club of Indianapolis,
four hundred strong, visited Gen.
Garfield at his home on the 19th, and
carried to him in person the glad
news of tho republicau success in
Indiana. Garfield spoke briefly to
his visitors. He said "he prized the
news they brought, not so much be
cause of its personal relation, but
because it showed revival of the
spirit of '76, of Abraham Lincoln
and universal liberty."
Edward G. Ryan, chief justice of
the Supreme Court of Wisconsin,
died at his residence in Madison on
the morning of the 19tb, iu his sev
entieth year. He was born at New
castle House, county Meath, Ire
land, Nov. 13, 1810. He had a wide
acquaintance aud national reputation
for oratorical powers and judicial
The report that Gladstone intend
ed to resign, and that be would not
face parliament, is now contradicted
in the news from London of the
20th. Those who have the best
right to speak declare that Mr.
Gladstone will push bis policy to
ward Ireland through to the end.
Anothek party of about 1,200 vet
erau soldiers and sailors, of Cuyaho
go aud vicinity, called on Gen.
Garfield, at his home on the 21-st
headed by two bauds of music.
M. D. Leggett, tjie lead-r of the vet
erans, delivered a speech urging the
carryiug out, as citizens, of t lie prin
ciples for which they, as soldiers
fought. Gen. Garfield responded in
a sensible and forcible speech ol
The tramp that set fire to the
barns iu tho vicinity of Reading,
Pa., recently, was captured ou the
21st, aud gave his name as Martin
Stepheuson. He is over six feet
high, and weighs 214 pounds, ha8
very small aud delicate hands aud
feet. He denies the charge. When
captured he was traveliug six miles
an hour on foot.
A collision occurred on the Cin
cinnati, Hamilton & Dayton railroad
on the moruinir of the 20th, which
badly injuring tilteeu
The steamer St. Laurent brought
to New York on the 19th $2,170,000
BY VIRTUE of an oxecution directed
to me from tho District Court of
Piatte county, Nebraska, on a judgment
obtained before His Honor Georire W.
Post, Judge of the 4th Judicial District
of Platte county, Nebraska, on the 14tb
day of April, 1ST!), in favor of Helen
Pihkney as plnintiu". and against Wm.
J. Collins and John W. Martina defend
ants, for tho cum of three hundred and
ninety-tive dollars, and sixty-one cunts,
and costs taxed at $18.78 and accruing
costs, I have levied upon the following
real estate taken as the property of said
defendants, to satisfy said execution
to-wit: Lots one (1), two (2), and three
(3), in block seven (7) of Oida addition
to the city of Columbus, county of
Platte, andState of Nebraski, also com
mencing at the northeast corner of lot
No. three (15) in block No. eighty -even
(87), of the city of Columbus, Platte
county, and State of Nebraska, running
thence south one hundred and thirty
two ( 1.12) feet, thence west twenty-two
(22) feet, thence north one hundred a in'
thirty-two (132) feet, thence east twen
ty-two (22) feet, to the place of begin
uing, together with all the appurtenan
ces thereto belonging, and will oiler tl .
same for sale to the highest bidder, U
cash in hand, on the
23d DAY OK OCTOKKK, 1SS0,
in front of the Court Houc of Piatt,
county, that being the building where; n
the last term of court was held, at tii
hour of one o'clock p. in. of said dnj.
when and where due attendance will i
given bv the undersigned.
Dated September 21st, 18S0.
."41-5. Sheriff of said county.
C'lf A.TTKI. .UOKTAE NAI.K.
WHEREAS, Andrew Wetin, on the 3rd
tlnrofSeiitcmlier, A. P. 1R80, execut
ed and delivered to Dr. Tracy R. Clark, :i
Chattel Mortice, dated on the said day
upon the following described personal
property, to wit:
On two-thirds of twenty-six acres ofurow
lnjj corn, iu the Held of Jonas Headman,
Section 17, Town 17, Range :i we.st. Said
Mortgage due and payable October 3ith.,
ISM), with interest from date, at seven (7
percent, nei annum, to secure the payment
of Korty Dollars, on the auth day ofOctober,
A. I). lsSO, and which Mortgage was duly
tiled in theollice of the Itecorderof deetis
in and for Platte county, State ofNebraska,
on the J2nd day of September, A. I). 180, at
eight and half Ylock n. m.; and whereas
said Mortgagor has absconded, and said
property is liable to wast.':
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given
that in pursuance of the statute in sui'h
cases made and provided, the said Chattel
Mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of tho
property therein described, at public auc
tion at the said farm of Jonas Headman, in
the county of Platte, state of Nebraska, on
tlie'.Tth day of October, A. I. 1SS0. at one
o'clock in the afternoon f said day, or so
much therof as shall be necessary to satisfy
saiil sum of forty dollars, with interest, costs
and expenses ol sale, unless the same shall ,
be sooner paid, upon tbe following terms
to-wit: Cash in baud.
Dated, tills 4th day ofOctober, A. II. 1SSU.
Dk. TRACY R. CLARK,
Tiika. F. Elliott,
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
onle, to me directed, Issued out of
the District Court of the 1th Judicial
District, in and for Platte county, Ne
braska, 1 will sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, ou the
iiDlli day of November, A. !.,
at one o'clock in the afternoon of aid
day, at the front door of the Court House
of said county, the following described
lands and tenements, to wit: The west
half of the northeast quarter of section
thirty-four, in township eighteen north,
of range one east of the sixth principal
meridian, in Platte county, Nebraska:
and lots ix and seven, in block lifty
two, in the town of Columbus, in Platte
county, NebrasKa, and also lot three in
blockthirtcen, in Stevens' addition to
the town of Columbus, in Platte coun
ty, Nebraska, at the suit of Charles U.
May, plaintill, and Luther M. Cook, one
of the defendants, against John G.
Compton and Josephine 31. Compton,
defendants, as the property of said John
G. Compton and Josephine 31. Compton.
Dated this ilstday of October, I860.
MG-5 Sherifl of Platte County.
FAIRBAULT WIND 3IILL COMPA
nv, will take notice that on the 8th
dav of October, 1&?0. G. R. Bailey, a
jus'tice of the peace in and for Colum
bus precinct, Platte county, Nebraska,
issued a summons and order of attach
ment for the sum of $10.00, iu an action
before him, wherein Joseph C. Elliott is
plaintitr and ' Fairhault Wind Mill
Company" is defendant; that property
consisting of two Fairhault "Wind Mills
"complete," one Tank and C, has been
attached uuder said order. Said sum
mons and order of attachment was
returnable before said justice, on the ,
l'Jth day of October, A. D. 1SS0, at L 1
o'clock a. m. at which time it appearing !
that said defendant was a non-resident I
w1 trrnrtca milrl tint Kit CotaH ntl nill '
twill llUJO Vvuiu aiifc " ir- f v oii
defendant in said county, said cans
was dulv continued by Baid justice ti
the 30th" day of November, J8S0, at ;
o'clock a. m" of said day at his oflice, ii
said precinct and county.
Dated Columbus, Neb., 12th Oct., IS'-.
JOSEPH C. ELLIOTT. Plt'ff.
By W. S. G eer, his Att'y. A HS-6
Land Oflice at Grand Island.Neb., 1
October 4th, 1SS0.
NOTICE is hereby given that the follow-Inft-named
settler has filed notice of
hi Intention to make final proot in stipport
of his claim, and secure final entry thereof,
before the Clerk of the Court of Tlatte
the W. A. S. E. H :. M. R. V , Section 2.
Township 19 north, itanee 4 wet, and
names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said tract, viz: Nils Munton, Willinm J.
Irwin, John Munson, and Peter Munson,
nil of West Hill, IMatte Co., Xeb.
16-5 M. IJ. HOXIE, Register.
Land Office, at Grand Island, 'eb.,l
October 1th, 1R0. J
NOTICE is hereby given that the lollow-lne-named
settler has fllxd- notice of
his Intention to make final rroof In support
ot his claim, and secure flnal entry thereof,
before the Clerk of the Court of Platte
conntv, Nebraska, at the County Seat, on
Saturday tho 6th day of November, 18S0,
James A. Phillips. Homestead No. sr-10.
for the S. E. M, Section 10, Township 20
north. Range 1 east, and names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of aid tract,
viz: Charles HMtsman, Frank Anson,
John Ansen, and W. J. Belknap, all of
Crttnn.Pltta Co.. N.
n. u. nvjkJB, ufji;tr.
3 O "I? E 2ST
M am m mm Mowsm
IS AGAIN OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Said House has been re-fitted, painted and is in first-class order for the
accommodation of transient guests and boarders.
Trannient, per day $1 00
Single Meals 25
jSTTwelftb St., nearly north of I
U. P. It. R. Depot. f
mflL h' 1ibss
All those in want of any thing in that line,will consult
their own interests by giving him a call. Remem
ber, he warrants every pair. Has also a
First -Class Boot and Shoe Store in Connection.
EST Repairing ISTeatly Done.
Don't forget the Place, Thirteenth Street, one door west of Marshall Smith's.
)WINGr to HARD TIMES I WILL SELL
BSGood one yard wide unbleached mush.t- per yar,d $ .05
BsgCalicos, per yard 03
Sy-Plaid and Fancy Dress Goods, per yard 06
aSST wenty yards Che iot Shirling for 1.00
85Sixteen yards heavy Cotton Flannel for '. 1.00
3T"All-wool Red Flannel, per yard 20
$2 buys a Lady's Beaver Cloak !
$2.50 buys a Man's heavy and long Overcoat!
jSy-Kcntucky Jeau Pants, only : 50
BSy-Men's black wool Hats, only 25
jMen'a genuine fur " 50
flgg'-A pair of brown Blaukets 90
4 While lied Spreads 50
ItSy-Men's two-bucklo Plow Shoes 65
fligy-Men'8 Boots 1.25
AND AIL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION.
It will pay those living 100 miles away
to come and trade with Me.
TO THE LADIES
Wishing a better class of Goods I offer all LATE and STY
LISH DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS at REDUCED
PRICES. I call special attention
to my large stock of
CW91. CARPETS. OIL CLOTBS. DDLHAHS AMD CLOAKS. ETC.
T have but one uniform LOW PRICE, and am
Land Office at Grand Island, Neb.,
October Uh., 18S0. J
"VOTICEis herebv kIvcii that the follow-
inn-named settler has filed notice of
i. intention to mane nnai prooi m up
.rt of his claim, and secure flnal entry
lcrcof, before the Clerk of the Court of
afte countv, Nebraska, at the County
..t.nn Tuesday, the 0th day or November
Marv E. Williams, formerly Mary E.
feel.tlomestead Xe.G221.for the X.V:X. E ',
ition 32. Township 20 north. Ranie 1
ist. and names the following witnesses to
rove her continuous residence upon and
iiltivation of said tract, viz: Frank Anson,
uniden Moran, E. A. Sape and J. A. Steel.
II of Crcston, Platte county. Nebraska.
IM M. H. HOXIE. Resistor.
Land Office at Grand Island, Neb.,)
October, 4th, 18b0
NOTICE is hereby "iven that the follow-Inc-namcd
settler has filed nntlce of
his Intention to make flnal proof In support
of hl.s claim, and securo final entry thereof,
before the Clerk of the Court of Platte
county,;Nebraska, at the County Seat, on
Saturday, the 6th day of November, 18S0,
Iwnlel Plexnlcs, Homestead No. 6118 for
the E. N. E. Vf, Section 14, Township 20,
north. Range 2 west, and names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of said tract,
viz: John Pfelffer, Senorn Wethalm,
William Dlscutor and Anton Pfelfier, all of
Humphrey, Platte county. Nebraska.
5:W M. B. HOXIE. Register.
Land Office at Graud Island, Neb.)
Oct. 4th, I860, f
"XTOTICE Is herebv siven that the fol-
LN lowinpc-named settler has filed !
notice of his intention to make final j
proof in support of his claim, and secure
final entry thereof, before the clerk of
the court of Tlatte county. Nebraska, at
the county seat, on Thursday, the 11th
day of November. 1SS0, viz:
John Greist-n, Homestead Xo.5766, for
the E. 14 X.W. i. Sec. 28, Towuship 19
north, Range 2"U est, and names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove his continu
ous residence upon and cultivatiou of
said tract, viz: Peter Ripp, JIathias
Schneider, Joseph Krlngn and Garhard
GrnnluthnI of Plattfl Center, Platte Co.,
11. ii. UOXlt:, Boater.
I Day Board per week . $3 00
Board and Lodging per woek 4 00
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
JUST OPENED BY
A large and complete assortment of
Men's, Women's and Ciiildren's Boots and Shoej
wniCU UK I'KOI'OSKS TO SELL AT
-: o :-
CHEAP STORE, COLUMBUS.
Land Offlco at Grand Island, 'Neb..)
October 1th, IfifiO.
NOTICE is hereby given that the following-named
settler has Hied notice of
his intention to make flnal proof In sup
port of his claim, and sccuro flnal entrv
thereof, before the Clerk of the Court of
Platte county, Nebraska, at the County
Seat, on Saturday, tho 6th day of Novem
ber, ISoO, viz :
Leopold Trcinlcs, Homestead No. 60J2, for
the W.i, N. E. 4, Section 28, Township 19
north. Range 1 west, and names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of said tract,
viz: James McCormlck, George Strettcr.
Otto Kullneit. and Peter Snyder, all of
Grand Prairie Post Offlco. Platto Co., Neb.
5t"W. II. B. HOXIE. Register.
Land Office at Grand Island, Neb.,
September 27th, 1880
NOTICE is hereby given that the follow-ing-named
settler has filed notice of
bislntntlon to makoflnal proof in support
of his claim, and secure final entry thereof,
before the Glerk of tho Court of Platte
county, Nebraska, at the County Scat, on
Thursday, the 1th day of Nov., 1SR0, viz:
Peter Snyder, Homestead No. 5W7. for tbe
E. J4, S. W. ' i, Section 22. Township 19 north.
Range 1 west, and names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous rwldenco
upon and cultivation of said tract, viz:
John Jenklnson, Henry Redenbausfh, Peter
Laughlin, and William D. Wilson, all of
Columbus, Platte county, Nebraska.
MM. M. B. HOXIE. Register.
Land Office at Grand Island, Keb.,1
Sept. 27, 18. f
NOTICE is hereby given that the
following-named settler hats filed
notice of his intention to make final
proof in supportof his claim, and secure
final entry thereof, before the Clerk of
the Court of IMatte county, Nebraska,
at the county seat, on Saturday, tbe 80th
day of Oct., 1880, viz:
James C. Lafflns, Homestead No. (Mi,
for the W. J, S. W. Section 12.
Township 13 north, Kan?e 4 west, ana
names tbe following witnesses to prove
hie continuous residence upon and cul
tivation of said tract, viz: Andrew
Larssou, Jonas Anderson. William J.
Irwin aud George Michenor, of Monroe,
Platte Co., Neb.
C12-4 H. B. JHOX1E, lUifiiter.
IxJU sil - KfTTCmlGW ?
The Coguillard farm and spring wagons and baggies, not
excelled by any for
Strength, Durability, Good and Neat Workmanship.
CALL, EXAMINE AND LEARN PRICES AT
Wi. Beto's Ml, Long EsilisM Grocery Store,
(Nkak A. A X. Dkpot),
Where you can sell your Grain, Product, etc.. ami Imv all ort of Pare
"THE BEST OF GOODS" MY MOTTO.
HaTinjf concluded to change our business by 51 AY Nt, If possible, we offur
our entire stock, consj.tinj; of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C,
AND A GREAT MANY ARTICLES LESS THAN COST.
We have a good stock, and you can save
AT LEAST 23 PEIt CENT. II V HlYINi; 0' I'S.
Whitney Hnd-made Stoga Kip Boots, Warranted, for
Ladies' Shoes, from 50 cents np
Men's Hats, from 25 oents to
CASSIMERZS, JZANS, COTTONADES,
Ad nil kind! of DRY GOODS, aw! NOTIONS, cheaper than can he bouxht
A GOOD CHANCE TOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS
Or any one and every one that want to avf iiiony. All that wewintofrou
is to come and aee. aud we will convince you that wo mean just what we ay.
CoLUMnua. Jan. 18.
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Has on hand a splendid stock of
Dry G-oods, Carpets,
Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc., v
At prices it urn mnr tafl of More in Coloins.
I buy my goods striotly for cash, and will give my customers the
benefit of it.
Give Me a call and covince yourself of the facte.
506 I. GIUCK.
COLUMBUS FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOPS!
CBLAS. SCHCRCEDER, Prop'r.
Mill and Elevator Machinery,
Wood and Iron Turning ; Boiler and Heavy Sheet Iron Work ; Ma
Engine and General Machinery Repairs,
Dealer In Wind Mills, Pumps, Pipe, Points and other Fittings.
SCHJ7LER KIBBLE WSB,
OMAN & BROUELETTE, Proprietors,
Italian i American Monuments,
FURNITURE A:I COMTEK TOPS A SPECIALTY.
F. Lu;U!: i: :: leseir tj ij:t. JhkzIu Isst kttitixlni.
Give Vt m Call!
J. H. BROUELETTE.
j1- aae. srot3,s3'"i,s a oq,
Former workman of the Sthujler Hirble Horki,
COLUMBUS MARBLE WORKS!
MANCFACTCRKRSOrND DEALERS IN
Fine and Ornamental Italian, American and Fancy
Marble Monuments, Headstones. orauijthin
' connected with the Marble business.
Call nad examine -work, get our prices, and be coni-Inced.
S. B. Belnsi a workman of ten year? experience, we ran guarantee von good
work at ttviug of from 'M to 25 per cent., by jivln- us a call. EZTSbou aud
office opposite Tattersall livery and fed stable. oil4w
L. M. BRIDG-ER
Sit c o;ki! i 7rdt St:;i.
FflESH HUT ALWAYS II MIL
Apples, Canned Fruits. Candy,
Nuts, Crackers, Cigars
ty Will fell ai cheap ki the cb4pst.
tbraWi Are., opp. post-office.
FAlxM. FOR SALE
1 K.1 I... nf rfAAfl t.4 tt.k
acre under cultivation, a
artnti hrmaa unr anrl half
story Sigh, a good stoek range, plenty ot
water, and yood hay land. Two tule
pfttt nf nnlilnihtik. Lnmilr -t th-
PIou.r Bakery. 4TSMSm
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