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:V WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 18S8.
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.-1 . ;- "Ai& N: TIME TABLE. : ' .
""'. . . ."":. -"'"Pass.-. Freight'.
Leave's' Columbus'; J MX a. m. 40 p.m.
llellwood. ..,:,,-... 9:13- "- 50
". -David City.. 107 " o:l0 "
- . Sowartl ...:..' . 115" " MS- '
ri"rv-teAt.L.inroln:-.7..:... 12:15 " 11:45 "-
ti... ...,.(i.wr'liTM I Jncoln at 3:55 n. m.. and
afri vos'al-C-olumbus 70 1. "m;"the f reiclit leaves
Lincoln at0 aj in,,- and knives at Columbus at
"!: p. in. . .-.'- '
UNIONPACJ VIC TIME-TABLE.
. .- -.OOISa"" EAST.
-'Atlantic Br...- 4.-0"a. pi".
Pacific Ex.... 12:30 a..m.
-l,ocal'-. U. 7:10a. in.!
. Fast Ex.'...--... 1:15 p.m.
Fast.Er.; 11:40 p.m.
.-Passenger leave .-.
Pari-nger arrives -.
...: l:IVp. in.
" HcUO hw
.... 11:15a. ni.
r0& .VLDIPX.AND' CEOAU'BAPIDS.
"Passenger arrive-? -.
- Mixed arrive .!"-. ..-
... 15 p. in.
. .. .7-UOa.ui.
...10 I". m.
... 8:40 p. in;
ac it is &&
-" J3tA1l "riot ice under this heading will U
'charged at the rate -.fig-in year. -; --
-. .LEBAXOXLOIKSK No.M, A. F. & A.-ST.-
Ib-kul-ir uiiiitini? i.viiieMi).iu -"
v, - ' JliL NuktiI, W. M. -.
EOIUIANIZKD C II U Kt 'If OF LATTER-DAY
at 2 p. tn., prayer meeting on' Wednesday Veniug
at their chnpef.-eorneror Xortli street and Pnciur
Avenue: " All are cordially invited.
13jiilSit Elder H.J. Huiwos, President. .
. 'l)iinrtpi'& SciUii;,.flic" Olive st
-Storo- toll -of- nev tfoods at Galley
. . ' L.-iilithT 'shoes, cheapest in town, at
Ladies! lial, curaiil in town, at
.Braid setts lieail i trimiiiinffs, etc., at
-. Galley. Bros.
-JJooks! Toys'! .Follow. the crowd to
. rl Jest store, cheapest and host goods
.'. at Delsinan's.
--..- -.-Letpd blanks,, a foil . line, Jit John
Hamburg eels, clain jnice, and ca
'.;. pies at; E-'Pohre. .
" There w;is"-n pound, sociable at Rev.
'' Kniox's Priday evening.
.' -Shirting Hannelsnnd twilledtlannels
'. at all "prices,.at Galley Bros.
'--Thbcheajest place.jn;towri forclotli-
"tug arid shoes-is aijL Honahah's.
Get jronr boots and shoes repaired
at Honahan's; first-class work.
." i-GootT dwelling house to rent In
quire at Columbus SUito bank. 25-2
." rr'.For dry-goods, clothing, groceries,
.crockery, tc., etc,, go to Delsm'ari's.
"- A.Haight has a soro knee from bis'
-.horse stumbling and. falling upon him.
.' Tho best, assortment of dinner 6et
and lam ps at Herman Oehlrich feBro.
;" .First-class goods, through and
throngh,.at lowest living rates, at --Dels-
"Last Chaneo If you want some
: met grapes call at Becker's grocery
.. store. .-.' .1
:- .t shall soon know who tho demo-
cralicnoniitiecs. will. le and then comes
"the tug of war.''
w Gi W. hilliiis is erecting n neat
dwelling-house on .'Ninth .street, opio-
site the. High School.
11. S. Hilton or Central. City is ex
pected to speak at the prohibition meet
ing Satunlay evening.
Journal arid. Omaha Weekly Bee'; to
"any address in the United Stales, to
January 1st, 1889, for Sim
.'Tho Diivil" will be the subject . of
". discourse at Baptist church next Sunday
evening. Come and hear it. t
David Jenkinson had his collar bone
. .broke the other day while driving a run
away steer; his horse, fell with him.
- .Special prices given, on application,
. to. those wishing to lay. in their winter
supply of coal. L. W. Weaver. 21-Ct
;The prohibitionists of this city will
'hold' meetings every Saturday evening
until after election in Fitzpatrick's hall.
'-tJo'dbvai. and Omaha Weekly Bee, to
any address in the United States, to
r January 1st, 188 for S1.00.
.- " A.-.inan giving his name us John
lleno wits the only prisoner in the Platte
county jail Saturday in for drunken
ness. "The JouBKAtis on sale, each week,
at .the book and news stores of E. D.
Fitzpatrick'arid J. Heitkemper,at 5 cents
-We learn that last Thursday, at
-4iriaha, the amputation of Dr. Wni.
Edwards's leg. was successfully accom
plished. Hereafter tho city council will meet
at Judge Cowdery's office. Tho regular
time of meeting is the first Saturday of
. Bev. A. "Henrich is appointed to
.preach the dedication sermon in the new
German. Baptist church at Omaha,
Lord's day, Oct. 14; .
Cremer's store in Joubsai. block
was filled with customers yesterday and
Monday, and goods went fast under
John Huber's yelling.
The McEinlass Colored Specialty
Co. is billed to appear at the Opera
. House nest Monday-evening. See their
advertisement in another column.
. The Scientific American says venti-
. lation from the top is the best method
.irigeneral use for. keeping 6how win-
-. -dows from sweating in cold weather.
-"One" man suggests that it would be
a good'thing for the city, council here
after to require a hard-brick or cement
sidewalk to be laid down in front of
A train of palace cattle cars Mon
day on the -U: P. attracted considerable
attention.- It was certainly a handsome
train, and looked the perfection of travel
for the cattle. a
Prohibition club meeting at. Fitz
patrick's hall. Saturday evening at 8
o'clock sharp, Bev. Snider delivers the
lecture. .Good musjc will be furnished
by the temperance glee club.
Dont forget the dance at the Opera
Hoaae tomorrow evening under the
aaspioee of the Base Ball Association.
A hafidaoate shawl will be voted to the
popakr lady of GolwnbM.
.' .Bock Springs coal, always on hand
at L. W. Weaver's. 21tf
. The finest line of dress goods, in the
city, at Galley Bros. . " 523-tf
"---Goto Honahan's for shoes, clothing
and gents' furnishing. goods.. ' 3423-3
Several- hundred dollars' worth- of
presents, to be given away this -fall,' at
Galley Bros. -.
- r Joubxatj and Omaha Weekly' Bee, to
any -address in the United States, to.
January 1st, 1889, for $1.00.
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A-prominent democrat on Monday
last 'conjectured that Di Schupbach or
O. A. Speice' would be nominated 'as
candidate for senator and. James Bur
rows for representative.
' October 19th, afternoon and evening,
at Platte Genter Congressman Geo: W.
K Dprseyj, Hon, G. D. Meikeljohn, .re
publican rciandidate for lieutenant gov
ernor, are expected to address the crowd..
" The "first Platte county .prairie fire.,
threatening destruction, this fall, was in
Grand' Prairie last week. No special
damage done, but it will be well enough
for every body to keep, on the lookout -arid
also make fire-guards.
We print the statement this week
or 'the. First National bank of this city.
It is one of the best reports they have
ever made- at this time of year, and
sliows.in what high regard, this bank is
held by the' business public
L. W. Weaver says that there is con-.
siderable demand for "good houses' to
rent.' There are a number of traveling
men who would make this their home if
they conld get, at reasonable rent, good
dwelling-houses convenient to depot.
'-The verdict of the jury in the trial
of John McMahon of this city,- (who,
while acting as watchman for the B. &
M. lly. Co. at David City, had occasion
to .shoot atone Wilson) was "not guilty."
They were out ten minutes after close of
Ten companies of the Second U. S.
infantry, 400 lhen, stopped here Friday
on their way to winter quarters at
Omaha; They are the same com
panies that went to Kearney several
weeks ago. They are under command
of Gen, Frank. Wheaton.
The .first curbstone ever laid in the
city, so far as we know, was put in place
last week by Jacob Glur and his work
nen, at the new Commercial bank build
ing. The cement walk to be laid is to
be four inches thick on a foundation of
brick and cinders packed.
Mr. Beno, the prisoner in jail, was
allowed the freedom of the prison Mon
day (outside the cage), and began to dig
his way out, removing bricks under an
east window. His work was noticed
before the last line .of brick was broken,
and he was placed where he can dig no
more brick for the present.
--About twenty-seven of Columbus's
democracy attended the meeting at Fre
mont Friday last, Hensley, North,
Stauffer, Falbaum, Lehman, Gluck,
Schupbach, Jaeggi, Morse, Davis, Dowty,
Boettcher, and a number of others whose'
names we did not learn. Ab. Turner
went along with the crowd,.but riot as a
Friday last John Boroviak of the
Island came very nearly having a fatal
accident at the U. P. crossing of the
main track on North street. A train
was divided there and Boroviak. was
driving through with his team and wag
on when the -cars backed up squeezing
the hind end of the wagon. Neither
man nor horses were hurt.
Twenty-two. tons of iron for the
Loup bridge was shipped from Cleveland,-
Ohio, Oct. 3d, and ought to be
hero any day now, as former invoices,
were only six days on the road. After
the iron is all here, it will Jtake compara
tively but a short time to complete, the
bridge. The public will le glad when
work is done.
Mr. Fitzpatrick had a letter from a
friend at Findlay, Ohio, under date of
Sept. 30th stating that they were having
snow there, and that there is considera
ble excitement among citizens over the
declarations of a scientist that a half
mile under Findlay the heat is 3000s
and that the crust of the earth is being
burned away, and that before long will
either drop down or be blowed up.
Tho meeting at the Opera House
Thursday evening, addressed by Att'y
Gen'l Leese and. Hon. J. L. Caldwell of
Lincoln was a decided success. Mr.
Leese, besides reviewing the tariff ques
tion, stated in very decided terms, the
course he intended pursuing on the
railroad question. Mr. Caldwell's speech
was- a finished oration throughout, and
greatly delighted the republicans' pres
ent. At the meeting of the representa
tives composed of the commissioned
officers of the divisions of the Uniform
Bank K. of .P. at Fremont Thursday,
W. B. Dale of this city presided and "was
afterwards elected Major of the Fourth
Battallion composed of divisions No. 21
arid 29 of Fremont, 26 of Columbus, 27
of Chadron, 28 of O'Neill; Bev. R L.
Knox of this city 'was. elected chaplain,
ranking as captain.
Monday evening the city teachers
took possession of the Backus house
hold and reigned with a -high hand.
The teachers had provided themselves
with a full supply of the good things of
the earth, and after eating,- talking,
laughing, etc, adjourned with the full
intention of taking another teacher by
surprise in the near future. A fine of $1
was levied on the one that dared talk
about school affairs.
Niels Olson received the nomina
tion for float representative for 'Platte'
and Nance counties Tuesday at the dis
trict convention held 'at Genoa. Mr.
Olson is one of the honest representa
tive fanners of old Platte.. He has serv
ed'his township as supervisor ever since
township organization was 'established
in the county, and he is one of the best
and honest workers of the board. . He
is well informed as to the needs, of the
district, and not only has the ability,
but will have the inclination and dispo
sition to work for the interests .of the
people. Nance county, like Platte is
under the township system of self-government,
and has a practical realization
of the defects of the township law.
Niels Olson, perhaps more than any
other man in the district, understands
thoroughly its every provisions and' de
ficiencies, and can be a power in the
legislature to remedy and correct its ills.
He is a frank, honest man, and the peo
ple -frill know where to find him on all
questions that affect their interests.
County Treasurer Becher went to Lin
. Pearl Hart, formerly of tnisvicinity, is
at York, Nek " "" ' -
- Henry GCarrig was down' from Platte
Harry Arnold-has gone to. Baltimore
to study pharmacy.
Leander McFarland, of the Journal
force, is' on the sick list: ',.
Wm. Hollingshead "of Monroo was in
town Monday on business.
Miss Annie Kelly of ! the vicinity of
Oconee was. in the city .Monday. .
Grandma Griffin and-Miss &ary Tur
ner went to Kalamazoo, Madison county,
Wednesday to visit .friends.
Dr. W. E Hart waa'quiteVic.k the first
of .the week. He has recovered, howev-.
er, and" is. all O-JL (Humphrey Iud.
.Geo. S. Truman was in the "city Mon
day on his way home from Lincoln
where he had been -in. attendance. Jit a
Meeting' of Friends. " . ".-.
Miss Maggie Walker left Thursday for
Columbus, where she will attend. -the
winter term' of the liigh school. Hum
Julius Basmussen went to Platte Cen
ter Saturday morning to take the. place
there, temporarily, of E. C. Haliu, who is
slightly "under the weather."
G. W. Hulst returned Saturday from
New' York state. He gives -cheering:
news of the. issue of the campaign there
in favor of Harrison and protection.
Bev. O. V. Rice during the, past week
attended a church council at Burwell,
an Association meeting at Clarks, and
passed the Sabbath at Grand Island.
Theophile' Brugger came up from
Bellevue college to see .his father after
his return home from. Switzerland, re
turning to his student's work Monday.
Mrs. J. H. Parke of Lynn, Mass., who
has been visiting her brother, J. O. Tas
ker, has gone for a short time to visit her
father, Be. J. O. Tasker of Linwood,
Hon. Geo. Crawford, of Columbus, was
on our streets Saturday. Mr. Crawford
is an old timer and acquainted with most
all the old settlers prior to the advent of
railroad in this section. Schuyler Her-,
Abner Turner came down from Rapid
City, Dakota, Wednesday last, looking
in his old-time health and vigor. He says
that farmers in that region are rather
surprised to find that they can raise corn
profitably, forty bushels to the acre.
Charlie Martin, of Columbus, repre
senting Sloan, Johnson & Co., of Omaha,
made us a friendly call last Friday.
Charlie has hosts of friends in Madison
and he is a little the slickest Knight of
the grip that runs into Madison. Chron
icle. The Jodbxaii sanctum was honored
yesterday by a call from ex-Goern'or,
James W. Dawes, one. of the men who in
official station honored the people ly
doing his full duty. We see by the ex-
Governor's card (which he left in our
absence) that he is practicing law at
Rev. A. Henrich returned Wednesday
from his trip to St. Louis, where he at
tended the conference of Gernrar Bap-.
tists of America. He is the only mem-,
bar in the United States . who .first
organized the church in this country;
there is only one otherand lie now re
Clarence and Ernest Gerrard (sons of
L. Gerrard), Geo. Whaley, and Jessie
Becher, (son of Gua G.,) have gone to
the state university at Lincoln within
the past week. They are all bright lads
and their many friends expect to hear
good reports, from time to time, of their
advance in knowledge.
Miss Gertrude Frommholz, an old res
ident of this place and sister of our
townsman Fred, and Miss Jessie Pear-,
son and Miss. Sturgis, of Xenia, Ohio,
are traveling in Europe. They have
journeyed up the Rhine, through Swit
zerland and Holland, and will attend
the Heidelburg college for a thorough
course of studies. While bathing in the
Baltic sea they rescued a lady from
drowning, arid were presented with a
medal by the Emperor of Germany for
their bravery. Humphrey Ind.
August Mensk of Humphrey has late
ly been an inmate of the hospital; hav
ing a sore eye.
Mary Zarnik, a Polish girl aged seven,
had her feet mutilated by the sickle of a
mowing machine. Her left foot was.
partly amputated. Her parents live
A little boy named Geo. Kunkle, of
Platte Centeiyis having one of his. eyes
Andreas Henkleman, who was brought
to the hospital Monday from Shelby,
Polk county, died the same evening.
Mr. Clark,-' who some weeks ago got
hurt in .a run-away at -Norfolk, has
greatly improved and praises the' sisters
very highly for their care of him.
The closing .feature of the Platte
county fair was a very interesting half
mile running race between Wni. Law
son's horse Judge L. and P. S. Griffin's
May Morning, which'was a close contest
.for the prize, M. M. leading to the quar
ter pole by a neck-which he maintained
-to the finish, closely pursued by Judge
L. It was the fastest time' made at. the.
Driving Park. Mr. Griffin- informs us
that his horse is not kept for running,
being worked "this season on the breaking
plow, mower and 'corn planter and' had
but two days rest' prior to 'the fair. M.
M. is sired by Allen Percy, Hambleto
nian, won the. county race in 186 and is
entitled to stand as first in Platte county.
Graad Rally. . "
' Hoa. M. C. Quinn, the great Irish ora
tor of Peoria; HL, is speaking under the
direction of the republican national com
mittee. He is booked -for three speech
es in Nebraska, one- at Xincoln, one 'at
Falls City,-and one at Columbus
It is decided' that the meeting here
will be held .'-."
Wednesday, Oct. 24th, -
at 2 'o'clock in the.-aftern.oon, to. give,
everybody ,a good opportunity to hear
. Received of P.' W.- Henrich, insur
ance agent, Columbus, Nebv the sum of
twenty-five dollars in- full payment of
the loss of my cow which was killed by
lightning and. I desire to express my
sincere thanks to Mr. Henrich: for his
prompt attention to the matter. P..O.
address, Richland, Neb.-
Sifued. - BomrWmt.
Syaepsiref tke PreeectiagR ef tae Board of
. TuDAT,2p. ml, Oct. 2d, 1888.
. Board met psiaaant to adjoaraaMBt. Hon-R.
H. Henry,' chairman, 6. W. Phillips, deputy
clerk. Board all responded to roll call except
Sapra. Olson and Fields.
-Minates of previous meeting read and approv
ed. Petition of Richard Filter for liqnor license
at Crestonjdso remonstrance against granting
.same, was referred to-the. judiciary committee..
The resignation of M. C. Bloedorn. as janitor.
dated July '13th was presented, read, and accept
ed. - -.:.
Report of special committee on repairs to" Court
House 'was '.read and referred to finance com
mittee. ' . ".- ' .
. Bids for "Poor Farm" opened and read and
ordered placed on file. The petition accompany
ing the bid .of Wm. Edwards was referred to ju
- Application of clerk of district court-for cer
tain improvements in: hia'oflice. was referred to
committee oh accounts and 'expenditures.
Boad petition from JLC Heran and others.
Fr. Meyer :and others, A. F. Fluckiger and
others, were read and referred to committee on
roads and bridges. All bids in hands of clerk
were'.ref erred-to appropriate committees.-
On motion board adjourned to 9 o'clock Wed
neaday morning! - -v ."'""'
Wednesday, a, m Oct. 3d, 1388 "
.Board met pursuant to .adjournment at: 9.
o'clock a. m. -Hon. 1L H. Henry, . chairman,
John Stauffer, clerk. 'AU'members' present but
Supr- Fields. .."..-."' . " "
The following public roads were declared duly
wiablished: Ola W. OHlsonV road; "F..W.
Edwards"' road;. "J. A. Maa" road; "Juhn 1.
Johnson" road; Center'"or "Wells" road.
.The application for vacation of. a part of the
"Mason" road was laid brer.
On. motion 10' o'doclra. m. Friday was fixed
as' date lor' hearing the -proa and' cons in the
Croston liquor license" -application and remott
On motion the board ' took' recetM- until 2
o'clock p. m.
Wedmasdat, 2 o'clock p. m., Oct. 3d, 18.
Board called to order by Hon, IL H. Henry,
chairman. AH members, present but Supra.
The following' official bonds were presehteil.
examined and approved: Kudolph Wunleman,
treasurer Sherman .townnhip; .John' Kosche,
road overseer Sherman township; Fred Davis,
road overseer 'Sherman township; A. B. Acker,
constable St. Bernard township.
Hon. L. J. Cramer,. County Sup't of Schools
presented his report of the Institute Fund and
same was ordered placed on file.
On motion of Supr. Wurdeman the following
bill was allowed on the county britlge fund levy
for 18S8,and clerk- instructed to draw warrant
Sherman township- for paid Walter Mend, for
bridge-work, $90.00, and that same be cliarged to
account Shot-men township apportionment of
On motion of Supr. Blecher the place for hold
ing election in St.- Bernard township was fixed
at Milslagle's hotel, in the' village of Lindsay.
On motion of Supr. Clark the voting place in
Columbus .township was changed to the Town
Hall in said township.
On motion, of Supr. Irwin the county judge
and county attorney were instructed to immedi
ately remove their offices to the Court House,
in the rooms built and provided for them.
On motion board adjourned to Thursday
Tho conclusion of the proceedings of
the session will be published next week.
Aside from the allowing of bills on the
various funds, the. liquor license fight in
Creston township, was. the great item of
interest. The license was granted, but.
the remonstrators have appealed from
the decision of the board to tho district
court Ed. Joubn'al.
Tho water commissioner was author
ized to have the stand pipe painted with
graphite at a cost not to exceed $75.
City attorney was authorized to pre
pare form for the city bonds for the 'ex
tension of waterworks, and. when said
form is prepared the city' clerk- is au
thorized to. invite proposals for printing
Mayor and. city clerk were directed to
publish in the official paper of the city
notice for two weeks of the adoption, of
the proposition to issue bridge bonds to
the amount of. $8,000..
A sidewalk was ordered along the
north side of block 180, abutting lots -1,
2, 3 and 4, along west side of block 170,
abutting lots 4 and 5, west side of block
143, abutting lots 4 and 5.
Committee on public property and.
waterworks were directed to prepare
.specifications on extension of water
mains and report to. next meeting. This
committee is Segelke, Sclireiber and
Reports Judge of Police and Chief of
Police read and filed.
Reports of liquor sold by Dowty &
Becher and C. . Pollock & Co., Jan. 1st
to Aug. 1st, presented and referred to
committee on police.
Quite a number of bills were allowed,
most of them being for $2.00 each for
judges and clerks. of election; to Peter
Nelson', labor on streets, $8JB7; to Aug.
Helb, same, $10.12; Gibson. Miller &
Richardson, poll books $3.00; j. J. Sulli
van, services city attorney 1 May to 1
Aug. $43.75; O. L. Baker, unloading coal,
$12.00; Same, G cords wood, $33; W. A.
Roution, salary engineer waterworks
30 Aug. to 4 Oct, $50; O. L. Baker, sal
ary as water "commissioner 1 July to 1
Oct, $100; CiM. Taylor, 19J daysser
vice as police $30.66; Tom McTeggart, as
police $55; Schroeder Bros., lighting
streets for Sept $100;. A. J. Whitaker,
sprinkling streets for Sept $116,65.
Claim .of D. F. 'Davis for printing,
$8550, was referred to. committee on
printing; B. McTeggart, $1.75 for haul
ing; Koehler & Hirsbruner, $7 digging
cesspool in .Frankfort square referred to
committee on claims. Claim of Chris.
-From, service special police 5 days
$8.35, on .motion laid over.
Council adjourned to .meet at Judge
Cowdery's office, Saturday, Oct 13th,
8 pi m. '
Platte' Coaaty at the State Fair.
; In' addition to what has already ap-.
peared in the Jocbnaij we give the fol-towing:-
Mr. Berger.-'got second premium on
brooms. He would have had-the first on
best brooms, but was second on display.
John Brugger, first premium- on
- John Tannahill, second premium on
best display of garden-seeds. -Also sec
ond premium on sweet potatoes, 'and
.first, on egg plant and second on variety
H. J. Alexander received the. $25 gold
medal-given, by the Jersey Stock Asso
ciation, as a special' premium for the best
toil pounds of 'Jersey .butter. There
were nine entries. "."."'
' Program- for Friday evening- October
12th, at Fitzpatrick's new hall.." ";
Piano aolo... ..,....... .......Mary Henry
Becitatioa... '.."....- Martha Tnraer
'Select reading ."EmmaMcGath
Becitation ....-.-.Boaa Wiaains
Oration, r. :.,..-. .-. WiUie Coolidge
Ej.....: ..'....L. J. Cramer
Becitation ......:. , .'...Margie Gear
Tea minutes speech.'. ..Bev. A. W. Saider
Becitatioa....;.- .'. ..Stella Morrison:
AwCUaKtOH UU Jam 108(
Debate: Shonld" intenial reveaae taxes be
bolishsd? Ara,.D. O.Ctriaty.C. J.Oarfow;
, Mayaard En C. A. Brfadlaf .
fin thia-dmutnuuiti ih nennln talk, and not
the editor. Each writer mast hold himself ready
to defend his principles and his statements of
facts. "In the multitude of counsel there is
wisdom." Ed. Jotjrsal.1
The. Hon. D. L. Brin desires to, put
the republican party on record-in refer
ence to the prohibition question. Why
is it Mr. Bruen, that the prohibition
farty having candidates. in-the field in
'latte. county,-that you should charge
the republicans-as being prohibitionists?
and even on the vote to grant. licenso.in
Creston township, ' democrats on the
-board of supervisors voted as tho re
publicans did? Why, Bro. Bruen, do
you kick? Please answer these ques
tiona so that the German democrats
muv. urwtarnt'nnil vnn: "Do. not en riff nnd
make any misstatementas to the action
oi iue.8upervisor8. . ...
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Mr. Jones has built a email horse barn
Pete'r Walen is building cattle sheds and
J: Ml Anderson is building two sheds,
one 22x24, 12 ft high and the other
24x16 preparing for blizzards. .
Rev. and Mrs.Oury are at home to
their friends, "at the Palestine house.
J. M. Anderson and family, down to
'master Dana, attended the fair at Co
Mr. anti-Mrs. Stenyil visited at Colum
bus last week witU it friend just from the
The delegates who attended the Bap
tist association . report . an extremely
pleasant, time arid were royally enter
tained! by'. the members of the church
where' the. meetings were held. Among
other resolutions adopted was tho .fol
lowing on prohibition: "Resolved, That
we'reioice in the increased interest
awakened among the people of Nebraska
in the cause of prohibition of the traffic
in Biroug unuK. ah curmiiiuis iiuu as
Baptists -we declare to the world that we
are unalterably opposed to the granting
of licences, to commit crime, nnd can
never sanction a co-partnership with evil
doers by taking a part of tho profits of
their nefarious business, and that we
will pray and work to hasten the day
when Nebraska shall lie numbered
among the prohibition states of Amer
Mr. Stevens is having a well bored on
his new farm, and will soon remove his
house to that place.
Mrs. Robert Gillespie has a son:
Mr. Ed. Tish is building a kitchen for
Mr. Wilson, He has a good sized house
to build for Otto Koop, soon.
The republican caucus was held at the
town hall, the 5th. to nominate township
officers. W J. Irwin, supervisor; J.
Apgar, town treasurer; J. Keith, town
clerk; Mr. Saunders J. P. for west side;
P. G. Jones, Mr. Saunders, W. F. Han
chott, judges of electron; J. Truman and
V,.D. Hanchett, clerks of election, were
The republican convention to nomi
nate a candidate for tho Office of state.
senator, l2th senatorial district, will be
held at Columbus, Neb., Monday' Oct.
15th, 1888, at 1:30 o'clock p. m.
Platte county is entitled to 10 dele
gates and Colfax county to 7.
C. A. Mori an.
At a special meeting of the city coun
cil last Wednesday evening, the returns
of -the bond election wore opened by the
clerk in tho presence of L. W. Weaver
and L. M- Saley, and found to be
1st w 2d w 3d w Total
For Bridge Bonds
Against Bridge Bonds.
For Water Bonds
Against. Water Bonds .
ColambHX Township Caucas.
A union caucus for the purpose of
nominating township officers will beheld
at the new town hall, one half, mile
north: of the-U. P. depot, on Saturday,
October 20th, at 2 o'clock p. m. .
A: C. Pickett,
25-2 Town Clerk.
Notice to School Children.
For every 25c worth of school books,
stationery or holiday goods purchased
of me for .cash; I will give free,, one
street car ticket.
23-tf Johjt Heitkempek.
liarvext Excarsioa front the East.
Excursion tickets will be. on sale at all
Erincipal points west of and including
inffalo, NJ Y., nnd Pittsburg,. Fa., and
east of Missouri river at half fare Oct.
9th to 23d, B. & M.
HTKINBAUGH-OSBOBN-At tlutresidence of
the bricle's father in Monroe, October 4th. by
Bev. A.Henrich,Bennett B. Steinbaagh and Miss
Advertisements under this head, five cents a
line each insertion.
TJIOK SALE! A house and lot west of High
a? School building on .Ninth street. Inquire
of J. Waqneb. lSjunSm
fjOB (rood younK breeding stock of all kinds,...
JC iTl nt KlnnminirdAln Httx-lc farm.- A. lien- V
rich, Platte CenterP.O.Neb.
M. 8CHILTZ makes boots and shoes in the .,
best styles, and uses only th -very, best -
stock that can be procured in the market. 52-tf
TPOTBAY NOTICE. Came to my premises li '
J milef) south- oi Duncan, this county., uus
county, Sept. Kith, '89, to calves, one- dark, red
steer and red anu white spotted heifer Doth nne.
will -hlnuri nrove
last spring calves. The owner Will please
nrnnnrtv. oar chances and take them away.
25-3p William Eb.nst. j
NOTICE! A rexnlar meeting of the stock- it
holders of -Columbus Creamery Co. will be ?,
held at the Creamery buildint; in Columbus, ;
Neli., Slonday, the Sth day of November, 1888, "!
at 7 o'olock p. in... at-which meeting tlie stock-
.holders are required to have with- them their .o
certificates of stock and evidences -of -payment of ,.
assessments thereon. :
Oct. 10, 1888. St M. Wbixxoyeb, Sec'y. '
In the county court of Platte county, Nebraska. t
inann. deceased. 60
Not ice is hereby given to all persons interested of
to have the time for naring all debts' and legacies n
of said estate extended to the 2d day -of April, Q
irw. . o-uu mauerwiu oe neani ueiore uie juugu
of said county court at his office in Columbus,
Nebraska, on the 2Sth day of October, 1888, at 10
o'clock iL-m., when and where all- persons de
siring to oppose may appear and be heard.
Columbus, Neb., Octber 6ih, 1888.
H. J. Hudson,
25-tt County Judge.
In the county court of Platte county, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate -of Solomon A.
Notice is hereby- given to all persons interested
in the estate of Solomon A. Dickinson, deceased,
that Melissa E. Dickinson, -administratrix of
said estate. has made-application to said county
courtj to have the time for paying the debts, and
legacies of said estate extended to the 1st day .of
Said matter will be heard before the judge of
said county court, at his office in Columbus, Ne
braska, on the 2Sth 'day of October, 1888. at 2
o'clock, p; nuwhen and where all persons de
siring to oppose may appear and be heard.
October 6th, 1888. H. J.-HcDSOjr,
"2Mt Coon-y Judge.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas McPhillipe,
Notice' is hereby given, -that the' creditors of
the said, oteceaaed, will meet .the executrix of
said estate, before me. Coantr Judge of -Platte
-eoontT, Nebraska, at the coaaty court .room In
said county . on the ZM day oi November, nsm.
on the 22d day of January, 1889, and on the 23d
day of March, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., each day,
forth purpose of presenting their claims .for
examination, adjustment and allowance. Six
months are allowed for creditors to present .their
claims, and one year for the executrix, to settle
aid estate from the 23d day .of September, 1889.
. Dated Columbus, Neb September 22ULD.1888.
asaeptl H. J. Hcoaox;
' nlaee ai
Columbaa, oa Friday, Aug. Slat. 1888,
With two white hind feet, blind in the left eye,
aad aboat 8 years old, with shoes oa the fore
feat. Owner will please prova uropwrtj aad pay
- I BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawBssIN
NNNNNNH mB -.flsalllllllllllB
PntST-CLASS HARNESS SHOP.
HTA11 goods guaranteed 'as represented: I use nothing: but .the Very best of
stock and employ none' but the most skilled workmen. 'If .you are in need of any
thing in my line it will pay you to look at my goods' before buying. By strict
attention to business' and fair dealing! trust to merit a share of your, patronage;
E9Bjkpaibixq neatly done, on short notice, and at low" Prices. Call and
GUS.G. BECHER &
-A-TLd. Iris3axLce fLgrerLts,
aaej ta Laaa on Farms at lowest rates of interest, on short and long time, in amounts it
ttlXT APPUCAHTS. .
Camalete Akstraeta af Title to all Beal Estate in Platte coantr.
NOTABT POBUO ALWAT8 IK OFTICX.
Farm aad City Fraeerty far Sale. . . .
lasaraace against Fire, i-H-"a and Tornadoes. Life ahd Accidbkt Iastra.sc, none bat
the very best companies represented. ;
HteaalpTIeKta to and iomaU parts in Europe. 29julj9eJ-tf
W.T. RICKLY& BRO.
6ae, Ptiltry, aid Fresh Fist. All Kills tf S-mage a Specialty.
-CaahDaidforHi6es,Pelta,Tai'low. ntanaat aaat sat priea paid for fat catUe.-l
Olive Street, tw Dters Nertfe sf tie First Natioial Baik.
field within anilfor.tlie city of Columbus, Platte
county, Nebraska, on tiie Sd ilay of Octolier, Is-tS,
the pru-KMition followinu rw-.-ivt-d iiion tiian
two-liiinW of the votitt ciiKt and was duly adopt
ed, to wit:
"Shall the-mayor and council of the city of
Columbus; hi IMntte county. Nebraskai. iwue
coupon bondrt of aid city to. the ami a It of
SH.U0U to- aid in the contraction of a imbiic
wagon britbtu across tlie Platte river in'Golum-i
bus lownsiup, in sam county; sain iMimui io uo
issued in Bams ot $1,000 each, to bo intuit payable
to bearer, to be dated oatJm 1st day of May, l-i,
and to become due and payable in twenty years
from the date thereof, with intert at the rate
of -six per cent per annum from (Lite nhtil aid.
payable annually on tlie 1st day of Jiny.ineuch
year; n it inten-st coupons tliereto atta:hed.
both princir-aland interest jiayable at the fiscal
airencr of the state of Nebraska, in the city of
New York; said bonds to be issued and sold and
the proceetls thereof placed in the. hantls of the
city treasurer to Ik by him disbursed under the
direction of the said mayor and council, to aid
Platte county aforesaid, in the- construction of
said bridge, such proceeds or so much' thereof
may be necessary to lie disbursed ohly.on con
dition that said bridge shall lie constructed ac
cordins tosncii plans and specifications therefor
as shall lie adopted by the county liodnt of .-id
county and approved by the mayor and countil
of said.city? '
And shall the mayor ami council of said city
each year until 'saiil bomls- bo p-tid, levy on the
taxable- property in said city an annual, tax
sufficient to pay the.interest on said bonds as it
becomes due, arid at the expiration of ten (10)
years from the (Lite of said bomls shall the said
mayor and council levy an annual lax sufficient
to pay ten'oer cent of tlie principal of the above
described bonds, on all the taxable property ;in
said city for the purpose of cnvitinu a sinking
fund to pay the principal of said bonds'after the
same becomes, redeemable?
The form in which said proposition shall be
submitted shall be by ballot whereupon shall lie
written or printed J?6r bridtre bonds and tax
yes,' or 'For bridge bonds and tax no,' and if
two-thirds of the votes cast at said elect ion' shall
have thereon' the words 'For bridge bonds' and
tax 'yes," then said proposition shall be de
clared adopted, otherwise it shall be declared
By order of the mayor and council of the city
of Columbus aforesaid.
Dated October Sth, 1S3S.
J. E. Noaf H,
6. Falbom, Mayor.
City Clerk." - JOoctS
m tlie numoer ui ucraous in nimsiiouf-e
this country was 88,665; and t ho numb"ritoh ita hand RI-,, o"'1 item!,
of outdoor paupers 21,598, a total of 110
'XA, out of a population or 51.W0.1H
?AnoA :7S "J7V"r U01 ""J
C00,000t maintained 784,155 paupers I
England and Wales, 41G.982 in Irelan
and 9I,(1 in Scotland, accordingr to.
latest returns lt-Ko. A total of 1,292,2
paupers in tho free trade country az
110,203 in a protected country' In. x
.p-irt of tho clVilized world is so small i
'-d ' pol-tion' of the population dependent UPC
.J !l i!. il.. IT.iA.JOi... -k "'-
-linritv asi in Hm Ilnitpd St nt5 Otir - - r
tent of governinentis the freest- and
w-st. and no wonder tho sufferers iu foi
vigil lands seek refugo and a cbuncet
make a living among us. New Yor
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A Home aurfcet for Home Products.
Tho Republican party holdsthat a pn
tcctivo tariff is constitutional, wholesotr
I and necessary. Wo do not offer a1 fixe
schedule, but a principle. We will revii
tho schedule, "modify rates, but alwaj
with an intelligent prevision as to tb
efTcct upon domestic production and tk
vvages of our'workingpeople. We believ
it to bo onoof tho" worthy objects of tari!"
f legislation to preseryo tho American mat
kct for American, producers and to mail
LtttWi. the American scale of ' wages b
In the district court o'f Platte county, Nebraska.
Application of Ellen Sheehanr guardian of
the minor heirs of Edward Sheehan, deceased,
for license to sell real estate.
It appearing from the petition" filed herein
that it is necessary and would be beneficial to
the wards that such real estate- as is described
therein, shonld "be.sold and the proceeds applied
as is prayed by the -petitioner- it is therefore: or
dered: by this court that a copy of this -order be
published three consecutive weeks in the
ConotBUS Joclsal, and that all persons inter
ested in the estate, appear before this court on
the 20th day of October, 1888, at 2 o'clock p: m.,
and show cause why license. should not' be grant
ed for the sale of such real estate as prayed in
said petition. A. M. Post.
25sep4.' ' ' Judge -
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
First National Bank
OF COLUMBUS, NEB., OCT 4. 1888.
" ' RESOUKCE8.
Loans and Discounts .-. I... $173,655.10
u:s. Bonds .-:..:....: ,. i,mo.oo
Beal Estate; Fnrnitnre.and Fixtures.. 11,590.90
Due from other Banks. ....... $15,839.21-
U.-8. Treasurer 873.00-
Cash on" hand .-..-....'.. -13,590.21 30,104.15
Capital Stock Paid" in. ..'. . ..
Undivided profits.... :
National bank notes outstanding
Due depositors :
. - S2SW10.45
A. Anderaon, Pres't John 3. Sulliraa,
J. H. OaQey, Vice Pres't.W. A. McAllister,
If yoa wish to get value received, .
I have constantly on hand all goods, from
the cheapest to the best and will sell them
at lower -prices than the subs quality of
goods can oe bought anywhere else in Platte
county. ' You can find here single and double
Carriage and 'Buggy Harness, Farm Harness
liffht and-heavy, a beautifutstockof Robes
Blankets, Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Hal
ters, Whips, Sleigh Uelis, Curry combs,
Brushes, Wagon Covers and Tents, Trunks
and' Valises, -Buggy-tops, .and in fact every
thing thatia kept in a
F, H. BTJSCIiE,
Med - J970.
Retail Dealeta ia
OPERA HOUSE, ONE HI6HT ONLY!
MONDAY, OCl 15li.
My latest and greatest nttrnrti'ou is tlie McKan
liiss Colored Specialty Company;
Great is McKanlass!
And his Colormi Siiecialty Company of milies'ond
gentlemen, inclnding-Mr and'Mrs.
Umler special ejigage'hent.for thv sci'tson
of lUrW-lStW, with
25 CITHER COLORED ARTISTS!
AU fo'npiHJar in.n prograin of-
FUN, -:- WIT -:- AN D -:- HUMOR !
Heattetl by the World's Greatr Colored Artist,
Actor and Mana-p.-r..
The brass Imnd" with the comiuinyis. the finest
traveling. Jjed.by'McKanlaS! the g'rtnrtJor
net Soloist of this age, bar none.. .Don't fail' to
hear him. Our .drum major. Master Willie; is
the smallest in the world, living only ! yearsohl.
tySeats on sale nt Pollock A t'o.'s! Drug
Store, 50c. Gallery 5c. Children 2Sci
THIRD QUARTERLY STATEMENT
Of Columbus, Nebraska; at tlie close of business
RESOURCE-S. - ;, "
Loans nnd discounts ..... .-rrT.$ 102,3a.f.
Beal estate and fixtures ...
Capital stork paid in...
Individual deposits ...-.
I, C . Newman, cashier of the al-otre -nained
bank, do solemnly swe;ir tjiat the above Btati--
Kfwtra,'-,.l,'! bLst of W L-antl
Subscribed and sworn to -before- me . October
- '8th. lht&
... . ... . .
IIehm.vn P. II. Qeulricu.
: ' : - -
-All Kinds of Pumps.
PtJMPS REPAIRED QN: $HORT
. NOTICE. .,
Olivs St. nearly 'osfibtlts Post-slRce.
WliitbTut, psr toR
Dlimois, ' ;.'"--lock
Spriaf , " -
-'"'-. 7' Op'
- '7 00
EaslBn & Wesleni Hard Coal.
-A good supply always en hand.- Special "
prices oa.qaaatities. .
J. N. TATLOB;
Tnesda-f afternoon, and ere correct aadralsaU
.Core i ib Mr) ...
Com (helkti) ....
floor " .
Ttj-a . . -L
Fatsheei -...; -...v.-.
a? vUUBisS " '
.... - - . coal. ;-.
luwn j v ,
Hard.-PennsylvanihT. ....'..:. ...
Hard. Colorado ;.
Bock Springs, nut .- :-.-. .'.-
Bock. Springe, lump .;....'.-.
Colorado. ............t. ........
The object. of this school is.io educate praMc- -ally,
to prepare teachers for their profession, to -promote
the common sahools, .and to aive taaaa .
who are seeking. a scientific aad classic educa
tion that privilege at this 'school. The oraaaiaa- .
tion-.is such that ..students of -any grade may
enter, and pupils are not detained oa'-the'iaeSae-.
tency of'sourooueelse. -Industry and tlste'iiaia-'-atioh
are' rewxrdeil. i thi.irnnirh'kncialailao of' -the
subject taught is the.reiiu'isite for proHtoUem.-..
Fa)l term.oeneU September 4J.8. .f '
First winter )erm -opens' Tuesday. November '
13.1888:- -.- -: - :. - . . .-.
- For farther information addreea ...
- FOR " -,
'" ENVELOPES. . " .
IK UKKT ill Ilini -SUB-
west of Omaha, at
The best manufactories of the country
represented. Not-'to be undersold
by anybody. Como and sea
HHOfl ever mveaaea.
lttovery ORMTOg aad DMMT Mitt fas
the aunopotectloaasabootorcreratter. Ktrn
eonvenlcnt to put oa and the top can be adJssMteV
tt any ankle by elmply moving thai satto , .
FOIC TIIK NEXT
.WE' OKKKK OUR LARHB AND
CO.Ml'LETK STOCK OF
listiing Goods !
BOOTS & SHOES,
'-CSCall, examine OtMsbi anil learn,
prices. " -. -.-: -' --..- .. -..
Grcisen Bros. & Co.
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULI ANErNEW. LrtE
OF (ntOlIlEB WELUHELEin-ED. '."
.- - $
9tL CoagrsaSF 'fm MBMsl
CAHNEi) AND- .DB1ED,. OK ALL ' KINDS .
: '. - (J UAltANTEED TO HE OF BEST
. - gUALUI:-
-m . .
A OOOD AN'D.WELL SELEtrTELV STW3K AL '
. WAYS AS CHEAP AS THE CBEAP-
. .- EST,ALSO .-" -.--.
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And all kinds of cpuntryproduce taken ia rrada
,. .and all goods delivered free of charge .
- . - ttf aoj-part of the city.' - v
ktEP Only the best g radeb of flo'u b
icti ,m.mEa.umA9i '
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