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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 18t6.
fctirUit tat raittSei, Colintu.1Srt.. utteosl
Skwxko waste an oil mill.
The only reliable core for catarrh
it Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
It is estimated that $100,000,000 has
been sent from this country to
An eighty-acre patch of ripe corn
in Blaine county will show up sixty
bushels to the acre.
Henry A. Drx, city clerk of
Quiacy, 111., is charged with em
bezzling about $3,000.
The corner stone of the new
Masonic temple was laid at Hastings
on the afternoon of the 16th.
Libby Prison is now a fertilizing
factory and Castle Thunder has
been burned to the ground.
Josei-h C. Morris, a well known
citizen of Indianapolis, has been
missing for the past two weeks.
The Times' Greenfield, (Neb.)
special says : Fire has destroyed the
best business portion of the town.
Twenty thousand dollars have
been appropriated by the secretary
of war for beginning improvements
at Fort Roblson.-
Thos. E. Benedict, of New York,
took tho oath the other morning and
immediately entered upon the dutios
of public printer.
A well digger in Oaco, 111., found
a hollow log twenty-eight feet below
the surface of the ground, and in the
log a vigorous frog.
The young ladies of a church at
Three Rivers, Michigan, held a paint
ing bee, during which they painted
the interior of the church.
The comptroller of tho currency at
Washington has authorized the First
National Bank of Douglas, Wyoming,
to begin business with a capital of
Three officers belonging to the
Spanish army of Barcelona have
been arrested and imprisoned for
leading a band ef soldiers to join
It is stated in the JRepublique
Francaise at Paris that the 6ultan
demands the evacuation of Egypt by
the English and that Russia supports
the Turkish demand.
Clabkesville, Md., bee hunters
the other day cut down a tree and
fonnd in a hollow thirty-five feet
from the ground plenty of honey and
a black snake nine feet long.
D. W. Simpson, of Nebraska City,
Neb., who has obtained some
notoriety as Otoe's defaulting treas
urer, was arrested the other day on a
charge of forgery brought by August
The colored men of Omaha met in
convention the other evening in the
city council rooms, and nominated
Dr. M. O. Ricketts, the candidate of
the colored men from the First dis
trict for representative.
It is settled that General Sherman
goes to New York for his future
home. His family are already there
and comfortably situated. Although
there to live, the General don't ex
pect to be in the city very much.
A fire at Battle Creek, Neb., the
other night burned the Farmers'
hotel and barn valued at $4,000.
Charles Bailoy was burned to death
in the hotel. Five horses and three
mules were also burned to death
A six-year-old son of Jas. Wear,
of Grand Island, died last week of
hydrophobia. He is the second that
has died, of the fonr children who
were bitten early in the summer.
The sufferings of the little boy were
terriblo in the extreme.
United States Marshal Nalms,
of Cobb county, Georgia, is not en
vied by his neighbors. The moon
shiners havo threatened to kill him,
and the Marshal thinks they mean it,
and are quite likely to succeed, but
he doesn't weaken a particle.
A traveling show struck hard
luck the other day in a Texas town.
Among its curiosities was an
Egyptian mummy, upon which a
local coroner insisted on holding an
inquest at a coBt of $25 just $1 more
than was taken in at the door.
A wind storm at Fairmont, Neb.,
the other day caused considerable
damage to property. Tbe art hall
and other buildings belonging to the
District Fair Association were blown
down. AwningB and numerous
small buildings were scattered in
Chas. Washer, of Grand Island,
with other playmates had gathered
up blank cartridges on the re-union
ground, filled them with powder,
and then fired them. One of these
exploded the other day in his face,
burning his eyes badly, and taking
off a portion of his nose.
Lightning struck one of the oil
wells on the Brotherton Track at
Lima, Ohio, the other morning and
set fire to the fluid. The flames
quickly spread to several adjoining
tanks, containing about two thousand
four hundred barrels of oil, and
added smoke and terror to the storm.
Nebraskans interested in town
ship organization and desiring to
have the system more generally pre
valent, ahonld suggest to representa
tives and senators, after election,
each alteration of the present very
imperfect statute, as will tend to I
give as a good system of local self-1
THE DEMOCRATIC PAMPHLET.
Haw the Omm 1m lUUtie to Pensions
The special correspondent to the
New York Tribune says that "it is
asserted on good authority that the
pea green pension pamphlet issued
by the Democratic congressional
committee, and which is reprinted in
and comprises more than one-third
of the Democratic campaign text
book, was compiled and edited in the
pension office by stenographers and
clerks paid from the United States
treasury, under the supervision of
the chief clerk and a subordinate
named Ward. It is understood that
a number of clerks, stenographers,
and copyists, all paid by the govern
ment, were employed for weeks in
the preparation of this campaign
material for use by the Democratic
committee. The document in ques
tion is full of falsehoods and in the
main is a weak and futile attempt to
bolster up 'physical wreck' Black'n
baseless charges against his prede
cessor, Gen. Dudley. It is estimated
that the preparation of this part of
the 'campaign book' cost tho govern
ment not less than $l,UUU. was not
this a 'contribution' for political
purposes in violation ot the penal
provisions of the civil service law?
Probably tho Senate investigating
committee will think it worth whilo
to inquire into it." National lie
2iblican. A cyclone struck .Toliet, 111,' on
the night cf the 10th ins!., demolish
ing fifteen or twenty house and
scattering their contents by the
terrific wind in every direction, yet
not a person wan fatally hurt. The
constant flashfH of lightning ecnied
to warn everybody of the approach
of the cyclone and barely gave them
timo to ece.k places of safety by
fleeing to cellars. A large number
of houses were moved from their
foundations and wrecked out of
shape, many ot them with great
patches of shingles missing from the
roof. Tho damajro to property in the
city is estimated at $75,000, and may
exceed that sum. Numbers of horces
and cows were buried beneath falling
barns. The hardest story to believe
is the statement made about the
horse and buggy of Deputy Sheriff
Ward that was hitched in front of
his house when the cyclone came.
After the storm had paesed tbe horse
and buggy had disappeared, and no
trace of either has yet been found.
John Sutherland is being promi
nently mentioned as a candidate for
county representative. John is one
of Colfax county's oldest settlers,
one of ber most honest and enter
prising business men, and ha9 a
record that, if nominated, will un
doubtedly elect him. Two years ago
he was elected for float from this and
Platte counties by a fair majority,
and his work at the state legislature,
while it was not of the noisy kind,
was generally on tbe side of right.
He voted against the railroad com
mission that so few were unable to
recognize would prove a fraud when
put to use, and that alone should en
title him to a good support. A6
there does not seem to be anyone in
the field anxious for the office, if
John desires tbe nomination we see
no reason why it should not be given
him, and he can rest assured that the
Sun will do its best to elect him.
A hunting party found and took
care of a girl about IS years old near
White Cloud handcuffed and chained
to a log in a dugout not far from
Nobart, Neb. Near her was a pail
of water and some stale bread. She
made the statement that she was en
ticed from her home in Iowa, by a
young man to whom she was engag
ed to be married and his comrades
joined them on tho road and brought
her here and chained her as found,
and he and his comrades daily and
forcibly gratified their lust on the
poor girl. She says her name iB
Mary Lathrop, and that she lives near
Rinoback, Iowa. Tho names of the
beastly parties engaged in this
outrage are known but they will not
be mentioned at present, as a lynch
ing party has been organized and
they want to bring the case before
Judge Lynch for hearing before the
names are announced.
five hundred of the gov-
printing office em-
at Washington were
a farewell reception,
to their departing chief, Mr. Rounds,
a stout pleaBant-faccd man, with
German features, came slowly and
heavily down tbe stairs and entered
a carriage at the door of tho hotel.
He leaned forward and spoke a few
words to the driver, who sprang
from his box and called a hotel por
ter standing near, and then rushed
across the street and called a
physician. As the latter entered the
carriage, the occupant spoke a few
words, fell back in the corner,
gasped and died. Tbe man's name
was Otto Leisring, a watchman at
the government office, who bad risen
from a sick bed to bid Mr. Rounds
Martin Irons, the leader of the
Knights of Labor strike on the Mis
souri Pacific railroad last spring, was
arrested the other night in Kansas
City and will be taken to St. Louis to
answer tbe charges found against
him in an indictment for complicity
in tapping privato telegraph wires
running into Vice-President Uoxie's
The soveeign grand lodge of Odd
Fellows in session at Boston last
week elected their officers. Grand
sire, John White, of New York;
deputy grand sire, J. C. -Underwood,
of Kentucky ; grand secretary, T. A
Ross, of New Jersey; grand treasurer,
A. Shepherd, of Pennsylvania.
The army of claimants who annu
ally march into Washington while
UongreES is in session will have at
leaat one new recruit next winter.
A. N. Wilson whf was recently re
moved, from the poetsnastership of
Savannah, 6a., because he was an of
fensive partisan, denies the authority
of the President to remove, him, and
announces his intention to take his
case into the Court of Claims. He
bases his claim on the Constitution of
the United States, and intends to sue
the Government for salary, which
will not be duo until the latter part
of January 1889, the date of the ex
piration of his commission had he
been petmitted to remain undisturbed
in office. Chicago Herald.
Malcolm Logan and his family,
consisting of a wife, three children
and an adopted daughter seven years
old, were killed on their farm near
Cuba, Mo., the other night. The
rear portion of tho house was burned
down, and in tbe ruins were found
tho charred remains of Mrs. Logan
and her three children. The girl
and Mr. L. had been killed with a
hatchet and Mr. Logan's body was
fornd some distance from the bouse
dragged to the railroad track and
placed on the rails. Logan had re
cently received $1,300, and robbery
is supposed to have been the motive
tor the crime.
Herbert B. Whitmore, residing
west of the city of Denvor, was
awakened the other night by some
ouo moving in his room. Having
boiuo money in bis possession quickly
fired a shot at the figure. It moved
toward bim and he fired again, when
his wife, whom he had twice wounded
fell into his arms. One ball entered,
tho left side of the neck and the other
passed through the right' should.ir,
coining out below the right shoulder
blade. Med ical aid was summoned
but the woman died in the afternoon.
A Destructive lire at Greenwood
Neb., occurred: on the night of the
21t inBt., and this morning the beau
tiful town is in ashes. The fire broke
out in Wagner's boot and shoo store,
on second street, which spread with
such rapidity that in a short timo it
was beyond all hope of control or of
saving any buildings east of second
street, and for a time it seemed as
though the other side of the street
was doomed. Many thousard dollars
worth of property was destroyed.
Tho origin af the fire is a mystery.
efI View of the Emrtk-
A Texas editor has heard of the
earthquake, and dismally remarks:
"If there is anything in this world
that will make a man feel how utter
ly insignificant he is a mere atom, a
speck of dust, as it were, compared
with the mighty forces of nature it
ic an earthquake. That knocks all
tho philosophy out of a man, and all
the conceit, too.
A Boone county citizen writes us
"I take it that the Yan Wvck men
will iustrnct and insist on their mem
bers of the legislature voting for Van
Wyck, first, last and all the time no
nonsense about second or third
choice." That is probably tbe size of
it each side will probably insist on
the method (a promiscuous scramble
or a caucus fight) just as shall seem
most liable to bring success to the
party advocating the method.
Word comes from Washington
that up to the present time twenty
five chairmen of committees of tbe
house have either been defeated for
re-nomination or declined to stand
for future honors. The reasons
assigned for setting these; members
aside are said to reflect seriously
upon the policy of the administration.
Hon. C. H. Gere, secretary of the
railroad commission, was, on the 21st,
requested, by E. P. Roggen, secretary
of State, to resign his potation. He
replied that, being unadvised of tbe
reason for the request, he preferred
that Mr. Roggen should exercise bis
authority and revoke his appoint
ment at his own convenience.
A heavy hail storm passed over
Madison, Wis., early on tbe morning
of the 23, inst., embracing the sur
rounding country, riddling tobacco
that remained unharvested, killing
birds, damaging shade trees and
smashing glass at a terrible rate.
Some of the hail stones measured
five inches in circumference.
It is announced at Washington
that Secretary Manning's offices were
poisonod with sewer gas coming
into tbe room. His physicians pro
nounce hid diseacc blood poison from
sewer gas, and say it was brought on
beyond doubt by his sitting in that
Ex-President Arthur's health
does not show any improvement,
neither can he be considered any
worse than when he left New York.
He is expected to return soon .to
New York and occupy his house on
Lexington avenue this winter.
John Mulligan, who was shot the
other night at Beatrice Neb., by
Policeman Jones has since died. It
is now charged that he did the
shooting maliciously and feloniously
and the case will be held for inves
tigation. There were three shocks of earth
quake at Charleston, 8. C, on the
night of the 20th inst., and early in
the morning of the 21st, the shock
at 5 :20 a. m. being qnite sharp and
causing houses to rattle uncomfort
ably. News from Dublin states that
Lord Annesley has lately issued one
hundred ejectment notices against
tenants on his estates in County
Downs. The tenants are suffering
for money, owing to the lateness of
Natural gas is said to be "death
There are 1,505 prisoners in Sing
Sing, N. Y.
The Union Pacific should havo a
Not a single county convention
ha6 declared against Van Wyck.
The Butler county fair was largely
attended and proved a fiuancial
Prof. Proctor says an earthquake
is simply an assurance that our globe
is not dead.
A five legged soft shell turtle is
one of the natural curiosities inviting
attention at Seymour, Ind.
Roscos Conkling will deliver a
lecture in New York this winter for
the benefit of a charitable fund.
The weekly bank statement at
New York shows that the banks held
last week $7,682,000 in excess of legal
Prov.Wm. Ferrol, meteorologist of
the signal service, has tendered his
resignation and it has been accepted
by the secretary of war.
Church Uowo was nominated by
the republican convoution held at
Beatrice on the 22d inst, to represent
tho First district in congress.
A little daughter of 11. Hardy,
of Cortland, Neb., the otbor ds)' fell
into a kettle of hot tomatoes burning
her so badly that she died the next
Hon. James Laird wai ieuominated
by the republican convention held at
Hastings on the 22d inst., to repre
sent the Second congressional
It i stated that tho tempriHtureti
of Norfolk, Charleston, SnVaimh,
Mobile, New Orleans, and GnlVHton
bear a striking similarity thin
Jerry Foley robbed hi employer
Charles Wachrcl, at Wrniore, Neb.,
of about $300, which he stole from
the safe and left for porta unknown
on tho 22d inst.
Word from Rome states that during
the twenty-four hours ending on the
21st inst, thirteen deaths from
cholera were reported throughout
Italy, and thirty-five new cases.
Saratoga has a woman bill poster,
who handles the broad sheets and the
broad paste brush with tho skill of an
expert. She is the widow of a former
pill poster and continues his business
A little girl at Blair, was helping
her mother lift a boiler full of hot
water from the stove. Sho fell, and
the contents of the boiler were
emptied on her right arm and limbs,
scalding them badly.
Representative Gibson, of Colo
rado, attending tbe grand lodge of
Odd Fellows at Boston, presented an
invitation to that body to hold the
session ot 1887 in Denvor. The invi
tation was accepted.
John Schryecek, a wealthy farmer
living near OIney, III., was murdered
the other night by unknown mon,
who secured $3,000 hidden in the
farmer's house, after which they
burned it to the ground.
News from Madrid last week states
that a revolution was attempted by
a number of Spanish troops quarter
ed in the city. The uprising was ill
planned and ill-managed and practic
ally amounted to little more than a
A nsroRT comes from White
Plains, N. Y., that the probate of
tbe will of Samuel J. Tilden was
again adjourned the other morning
for one week in consequence of the
absence of Mrs. Caroline B.
A REroRT comes from Nebraska
City that D. W. Simpson, ex-county
treasurer, has filed a petition for a
change of veuue. The petition states
that he is afraid of being taken from
the jail and that bis bondsmen will
A Report comes from St. Johns,
N. F., that during a violent galo tho
other night the British schooner
"Little Gem" sank off the cliffs of the
Black Head, in Buena Vista bay.
Two lady passengers wero drowned
but tbe crew were saved.
One of the results of the earthquake
was to cure the rheumatism of a
citizen of Colombia, S. C. He had
used crutches for years, but when
the quake quaked he ran out of the
bouse like a four-year-old steer, and
he hasn't used his crutches since.
A disease called tbe" mad itch"has
attacked a herd of cattle belonging
to farmer Brown of Dallas,7Iowa,
and ho has already lost $1,200 worth
of fine steers by them sawing their
necks nearly off on the barbed wire
fence in their effort to allay the itching.
It was decided tho other day by
the State live stock commission in
session at Chicago to kill all tbe cat
tle quarantined at the distilleries.
The quarantined cattle are at the
distilleries, situated about ten miles
distant from the stock yards.
The old-time Mexican scorns to
recognize any thing good in the de
vices of modern progress, and rather
than use the railroad for transporta
tion of freight, he will send it on tbe
backs of moles along the line of the
railroad. New York Tribune.
F. Henning, a farmer living nine
miles south of the city, is charged
with abducting his grandson from
Newton county, Kansas, and was
arrested the other day by Sheriff
Hanson of that county and will be
taken back to answer for the crime.
Wm. E. Gould, cashier of the First
National Bank of Portland, Me., ia
alleged to be a defaulter to the
amount of 187,000 abd his family and
immediate relatives are almost wild
over the disgrace. It is stated that
tke bank will not be affected by the
Wahoo, Neb., citizens wero ex
cited tbe lat week over the arrest of
a gang of three or four men engaged
in swindling t ha-citizens by passing
forged notes, ete. After the' arrest
the remainder of the gang, tnree in
umber, became suspicions and
Geo. M. Bartholomew, president
of the"" Charter Oik lasnnnce Co.,
is said to be short $157,000 in his ac
counts and has disappeared. This
surely will lay the foundation for
placing tba matters of the company
at Hartford, Conn., in the hand of a
The cholera is gaining ground in
Austria. In the village of Lie, out
of the nine hundred inhabitants
ninety have been stricken down and
thirty-eight of these died almost im
mediately. The villagers are too
much frightened to help one another.
In this department the people talk, sad
not the editor. Etch writer must hold
himself ready to defend bis principles
and bis statements of facta. "In the mul
titude of counsel there la wisdom." Ed.
En. Journal : As usual, I see you
are still working in the interests of
our enemy, General C. H. Van Wyck.
Now, I want to ak you a few plain
business questions. What would-be
the general result if a working ma
jority of the U. S. Senate wore com
posed ol t-uch men as Van Wyck?
What would become of the grand
schemes we have iu view lor the
better protection of the interests of
organizpd capital ? liow long would
it ho leture individual and roipora-
tion entr'!liug millions would be
biotiht to a rcalizntioii of the fact
that they h-ivo no rights or special
privileges over and above the com
mon herd that have to work in
vurioua ways to make a living. Look
at bit record in the U. 8. Senate;
every time our friends have tried to
rush through a good scheme with
millions in it, Van Wyck has in
variably jumped to bis feet, and In
stead of being silenced by enr or
ganized forces, he has thuudered
back his opposition, accompanied by
facts and figures somewhat appalling
at times. We call him the Broncho
statesman, for the reason he is a
mighty hard man to ride, rough
shod or otherwise. He has a will of
his own with a vengeance and a sup
ply of combfttiveness that 6eems to
increase only with opposition calling
it into action and what makes mat
ters still worse, he is just as liable to
tackle a republican as a democrat, if
he thinks he is doing a little gilt
edged financiering at tbe expense of
the general public. Right here it
occurs to me that a representation of
our class worth abont $200,000,000
immortalized himself before he died
by giving the true key to the interest
tbe average capitalist takes in the
welfare of tbe general public when
be said "The public be damned."
We say to Van Wyck, remember the
fate of Allen G. Thorman. He
undertook to equalize things to the
extent of letting the general public
have something to say in regard to
laws governing R. IL legislation.
He eveu went so far as to champion
thoso measures and what was the
result? Tbe machine in his own
party fired him ont, and that Is just
what tbe machine workers in Ne
braska are going to do with Van
Wyck. He has been weighed iu the
ballance and fonnd wanting. By
that I mean his record as U. S. Sen
ator is that of a man wanting to
enact laws giving the general public
an equal chance with R. R. corpora
tions and organized capital, and that
has sealed bis fate. Further par
ticulars next week. Financier.
The Lsomeet sad ateet
Business EstabliakaaeBit ia the)
The fame and good done by the 8.
S. S. Company cannot be told in tke
limited space that we have, but suf
fering humanity has blessed the man
that has given to them the meant
whereby their sufferings could be
alleviated. Of all tbe patent
medicines that have been offered to
the public, none has ever received the
substantial endorsement that thie
great medicine has. There ia hardly
a drug store in the United States that
doea not keep this great alleviator ou
its shelves. The first cause of the
success of S. S. S. ia ita merita. For
blood poiaon it ia a remedy that
never fails. It has rooted disease,
and victory in the shape of a huge
fortune has been realized by the 8.
S. S. Company. Mothers have
blessed it for tbe relief of their cbil
dren. Augusta Chronicle, May 23,
For eale by all druggista. Treatise
on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
Tbe Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3
Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 w. 23d
Our quotations of the markets are eb.
UinedTuesday afteraoon,and are correct
and reliable at the time.
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la the District Court of Platte County,
Nebraska. la the Matter r tan Mitt
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ABmrtaa lf.lln..i ...-.-.I
OS THIS 28TH DAT
189, IRIS CSUSI
the petition of
of said estate. heMtimM
an tats ease, pravina for a llcensnv to
ceitaia real estate belonging tetae c
of saM deceased, to-wit: The west half
ertae nor t a west quarter, ef seetlen
ifteea, sad the south kslf of northwest
quarter of section tea, aM-ia township
twenty, north, naste eae, east of the
sixta principal meridian, in said Platte
Ceuaty, Nebraska, to pay tke debts and
liabilities ot said deceased: It is therefore
ordered by the Cenrt that this causa be
continued for serviee of notice, sad that
all persoas interested in said estate ap
pear before the Judge of said Court at the
Court Hoase ia Columbus in said County
of Platte, on the 18th day of October.lSSS,
at one o'clock p. m., te shew cause why
license, should net be created to said
Executor to sell said leads, te pay the
debts aid liabilities of said deceased. It
is farther ordered thai a copy of ibis or
der be served by publcatfoa in the Count
nosJounxAL, published la said couaty
for four successive weeks, prior to said
18th day ofUcteber. 1M. A. M. Post.
State of Nebraska,) Judge.
PIstte County, T M
I, G. Ileitkemper. Clerk ef the District
Court la sad for said county, do hereby
certify that the above and foregoing Is a
true aad correct copy of the original or
der 1b said cause, as the same appears of
record aad Is on lie la my onfce.
Witaess my hand sad the seal of said
Court at Colambus this 23th day of Au
gust, A: D., 1886. o. Hbhtkbmpjck.
By G. arnica, elk. Dlst. ct.
Vatiea af Chattel Kertgage file.
NOTICE Is hereby given that by virtue
ef a chattel mortgage, dated on tbe
15th day el May, 1885, and duly aled for
reeera ia sue omce or tae ceuaty clerk: or
Platte conaty, Nebraska, oa the 25th day
of May, 1889, aad executed by D. L. Arm
strong to C. H. Davis, to secure tbe pay
ment of the sum of SMI.(H), aad upon
which there is now due tbe sum of $160 00,
together with foo.00 dsmages fur non
fulfilment of contract. Default having
been made In the pa mvnt of said sum,
therefore I will suit, at public auetion.tte
property therein describe J,v:z: Onehteam
boiler, pipe and Hit lug belonging there
to, one KBiall abeet-iron boiler, three iron
crates, two vat, one crane, ond vice, two
pipe tonus, two monkey-wrenchen, fou r
woodnn tattles aad- trays, five cases of
tie fruit -ans containing about 2,000 cans,
and all tbe fixtures belonging to tbe can
ning botue of C. 11. Davia.
Hale to take plnce at tbe canning bouse
situajed immediately back of Oeblrich's
grocery nlore iu the city of Columbus,
Platte county, Nebraska, on tbe 7tb day
of October, 1SS6 at oae o'clock p. m., of
Dated 14th day ot September, lsgfi.
V. II. DAVU,
By his Att's Ulggias A Garlow.
H0TIC1 07 f ALI.
In tbe matter of the estate of Columbia
D. Clotber, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ia
pursuance ef aa order of Hob. A. M.
Post, judge of tbe district court of Platte
ceuaty, Nebraska, made oa .the 4th day
of September, 1886, for the sale of the
real estate hereinafter described, there
will be sold at the Clotber House, in the
city of Columbus, Platte couaty, Nebras
ka, oa the 9tb day of October, 1888, at one
o'clock afternoon, at public vendue, to
the highest bi dder for cash, tbe Interest
held by said Columbia D. Clotber, de
ceased, in the real estate belonging to the
late Irm of C. D. & G. W. Clotber, to wit:
Tbe undivided one-half interest in and to
lot Ne. eight, in block No. eighty. six, in
the city of Columbus, Platte couaty, Ne
braska, on which is erected a hotel,
known as the Clotber House, subject to
the liens thereon, and also tbe undivided
one-tbird interest in aad to the east half
of lot No. seven in said block No. eighty
six in said city, subject to tbe lieas
thereoa; said safe will remain open one
Dated Sept. 15, 188.
Gcobgb A. Scott.
Administrator of the estate of C olumbia
D. Clotber, deceased.
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