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WEDNESDAY, XOV. C, 1878.
Lord Beacoxsfielu was danger
ously ill last week.
Mount Vesuvius was last week
sending up her red hot lava.
DirTHEitiA is prevailing in "West
ern Virginia at a fearful rate.
"That government is the best
which least interferes with the gov
erned." Citizeks of Colfax county are in
vesting largely in fruit trees this
Taylor's woolen mills of North
Salem, Hampshire were burned on
the 1st inst.
Tne corn crop of Ohio for the
present year is estimated at 3,S65,
It is stated that Montana bns con
tributed to the fcvcr-Btricken South
over $ 18,000.
Collectiox of stores and trans
ports for 20,000 men havo been or
dered at Feshawcr.
The President haa appointed and
ct apart Thursday, November 28th,
as a day of thanksgiving.
DirTnxniA prevails in Eureka,
Nevada, and several grown persons
are afflicted with the disease.
A large number of Mormons ar
rived at New York last week, from
Europe, on their way to Utah.
Nike inches of suow fell on the
28th nit. at Ontario, doing much
damage to fruit and others trees.
The cholera is making fearful
ravages in the interior of Morocco.
Hundreds are dying of starvation.
The Manhattan bank robbery still
remains a mystery, and no arrests
have been made even on suspicion.
The cholera has broken out in
the interior of Morrocco, and is
making fearful ravages among the
A Vienna dispatch says for the
present 18,000 Turkish troops will
operate against the Bulgarian in
eurgentB. The lord advocate has accepted
$ 75,000 bail for John Stewart, one
of the directors of the City of Glas
The directors aud managers of the
City of Glasgow bank are in a fair
way to 6erve a term of years in a
brought through to Plum Creek, this
State, about 2,800 sheep, where they
will be wintered.
"Wolves arc plentiful this year on
the South Loup, having killed fifty
ebeep this fall for a Mr. Harrow,
living in that vicinity.
The Pall Mall Gazette declares in
an editorial article that the treaty of
Berlin is a failurc,and will not bring
about the peace desired.
The government of India contem
plates the adoption of a gold cur
rency, making English gold coins a
legal tender throughout the country.
There is a report that Great Brit
ain is about to purchase Dclagoa
.Bay, situated in southeastern Afri
ca, from Portugal, for ?3,000,000.
The great Catholic Theological
Seminary, situated in the village of
Mayuootb, fifteen miles northwest
from Chicago, was burned on the
The sum of $150,000 was raised
by private subscription iu Glasgow
cm the 2d inst. for the relief of the
share-holders of the City of Glas
Paul Cullen, the first Irish Car
dinal, is dead, aud the funeral
obsequies took place at Dublin on
last Tuesday in the prescucc of au
immense crowd of people.
F. G. Miner was convicted of
body snatching at Cleveland, Ohio,
on the 2d inst., and sentenced to
four mouths imprisonmentand to
pay a fino of $100, and costs.
It is claimed that only half a crop
of potatoes was raised in central
New York this season. The variety
planted was Early Hose, and they
were killed by frost in July.
News from London of last week
reports sixty per cent, of the looms
and spindles in the Lancashire and
Cheshire cotton districts have stopp
ed or arc working on short time.
Senator Sharon denies the state
ment published in the "Washington
Star, that he intended to resign,
and 6ays he intends to be in "Wash
ington during the winter session.
Albert Speers, one of the stage
robbers, was captured on the night
of the 21st alt, at "Wood River, Neb,
by M. F. Leech and Howard Bleas
dale. He will be iaken to Cheyenne
The Vienna Press says England
has demanded an explanation at St.
Petersburg, of the Russian move-
meuU in Roumclia, sixty thoasand
a i r l j t ,.
yvujj uai iu cumrcu iiuuuicua oy
by way of Bourgas.
The Cincinnati Commercial bo
lives tbat inarriago by telegraph,
when the parties are three thousand
miles apart is perfectly legal and
valid, but they can not keep house
at any 6uch distance.
Thos. M. Brown was shot and
instantly killed in the Kearney
bank, Neb., ou the 2d inst. by Bert
Dak, jcon of the bank president.
Browu was drunk and attempted to
force his way hehUid the counter.
The boy thought he istesded to rob
Rarus trotted in Denver on the
30th ult., in 2 24 and 2 :21. He goes
to Salt Lake and from there to San
The directors and other officials
of the city of Glasgow bank have
been committed for trial on the
charges of fraud and thtfft.
A drunken man jumped from tho
bridge at St. Paul on the 30th ult.,
6ixty feet into the Mississippi and
escaped with serious bruises.
Sailors pronounce .the recent
storm that visited the eastern shoro
and the northern half of Lake
Michigan as one of the severest that
ever swept across the lake.
Matt Carpenter says: "It is
well that the southerners should bo
protected in all their rights, but it
is not well that they should be pro
tected in the privilege, which they
apparently claim, of killing nig
gers." Undeu date of. the 29tU ult., from
Glasglow, it is asserted that the'
downfall of a cyndicato in the grain
trade is expected. Several small
firms have already succumbed. It
is believed the failure of larger
houses must follow.
The caltlc ranges between "Wood
river and the Middle Loup have all
been burned over and the grass de
stroyed. Many cattlo, wild animals,
including deer, were burned. The
cattle have been driven to tho North
Loup and massed together.
From Constantinople, under date
or tho 2Sth ult., it is stated that
Minister Layard has received in
formation that Russian troops from
Rustchuk, Shumla and Varna con
tinue to arrive at Adriauoplc and
elsewhere in Eastern Roumclia.
Mrs. M. Meehan was found in
the canal at St. Edwards, N. Y., on
the 30th ult. Mrs. Median was a
school teacher and was kidnapped
by two ruffians Sunday night, and
is supposed to have been murdered
aud the body thrown into the water.
The very latest news from the
South shows the epidemic nearly at
an end, and that there id a fair pros
pect soon for the revival of business.
All over the south the opinion pre
vails that it is safe for absentees to
return. At Mobile the quarantine
restrictions have been removed.
A rerel monument was unveiled
at Augusta, on the 31st ult. Gov.
Colguilt, Alex II. Stevens and other
distinguished citizens were present:
The Star Spangled Bauner and the
confederate flag were blended, aud
surmounted by an olive trimmed
streamer with tho watch word
From St. Petersburg of a recent
date we learn that if the Russian
people were consulted they would
unhesitatingly decide for a renewal
of the struggle. There appears to
be no prospect of completing the or
ganization of tho Balkan peninsula
on a basis of humanity and justice
without a fresh war.
The packing season in Chicago,
summer and winter, for the year
ending Nov. 1st, shows tho enor
mous aggregate of 4,593,000 hogs
packed duriug the year. For the
coming year the killing capacity of
the houses has been iucrcased to
60,000 per day, and there is a chance
that it all may be needed.
An inquest was held on the 3d at
Kearney on the body of T. M. Brown
who was shot and killed by young
Albert II. Dakc in his father's bank
ing house, mention of which is made
elsewhere in this issue. The jury
in the caso rendered the following
verdict: The deceased came to his
death from a pistol shot from the
bauds of Albert II. Dake, while de
fending the property of tho bank.
We deem the act one of self defense
A tarty of young ladies and gen
tlemen attended a husking bee at
the farm of Mrs. Scolcs, in the vicin
ity of Kearney, aud in the evening
had a jolly dauco at the house of
James O'Kane. Mrs. Scolcs realiz
ed a ton of coal, a sack of flour, and
all her corn husked. The Kearney
Press says of this beo that when
young people combine benevolence
with pleasure they certainly ought
to be commended, and we hereby
pass them along the line for that
From tho Loudon correspondent
of the Chicago Journal wc learn
that a political league is to be form
ed in that country to educate the
people for a great chango in their
responsibilities and duties, even at
tnc Price of reat oran5c P1UJ
r.hftn?rp..?. "What these organic chan-
changes. What these organic chan
ges may imply in this league we
know not, but we have a right to
ocss that it means more liberty
for the people and a leaning to
wards a republican form of gov
ernment. Charles Vial, indicted for the
willful murder of W. B. Armstrong,
had his trial at Lincolu last week.
The means used to take tho life of
the murdered was mixing poison
with liquor which he drank and it
killed him. The evidence being
mostly circumstantial his coun-
material link'in the chain of circum
stances which had happened in this
case, should work the acquittal of
Vial. Tho case was 6ent to the
jury and iu due time they returned
a,verdict of "not guilty."
War Clonds Ga.lherlmg'.
The Standard publishes a sensa
tional dispatch from Vienua to the
effect that Russia's military organi
zations aro so vast that nobody can
doubt she is bent upon further con
quest. The only question appears
to be whether she will wait till
spring or commence tho war before
that time. A camp of 60,000 men is
forming at Kischensoff to replace
the troops who crossed the Balkans
A dispatch from Pera says Hie
British Vice-Consul at Rourgas has
been seriously assaulted by Russian
officers, and the Russians have re
fused to allow the British man-of-war
to go to Rourgar.
The Chicago Times states that
two bad signs are reported from
England the stoppage or reduction
to short timo of 60 per cent, of the
looms and spindles in Lancashire
aud Cheshire, and the strike of the
agricultural laborers of Kent and
Sussex. The depression in the
cotton industry is growing worse
and worse, while the condition of
English agriculture, as shown by
tho rcceutly-published returns of
the British board of trade, is by no
means favorable. Largo areas of
arable land have lately been given
over to pasturgc. Tho farm laborers
of England are not fed upon the
farms, as in this country, but buy
their food from day to day with
their miserablo weekly wages, aud
a strike at this season of the year
must necessarily leave their fami
lies in a needy condition for the
Much feeling exists iu the British
Ministry on account of the Russian
agents in this country, who arc pur
chasing ships and material of war,
and have in an official way mani
fested this feeling. Similar com
plaint was made during the trouble
between Russia aud Turkey, but the
position which our government as
sumed then, and maiutaius"uow, is
that no overt act having been com
mitted against treaty stipulations,
there was no occasion for interfer
ence. It was stated Inst week at
Washington that the English gov
ernment seems to think that it is the
duty of our government to discrim
inate in her interest against Russia.
England should remember the days
of rebellion when the rebels were in
actual conflict with the Government
how they sympathized and aided tho
enemy, and bo assured that Mr.
Evarts will strictly comply with tho
obligations of this Government, and
will see ihat they aro observed in
accordance with existing treaties.
City Council Proceeding
City Hall, Columbus, Neb.,)
Saturday, Nov. 2d, '78. $
At regular meeting of City Coun
cil wcro preseut his honor the
Mayor, Chas. A. Spcice, Council
men Baker, Burgess, Kavanaugh,
Morse, North and Pohl, and J. J.
Rickly, City Marshal.
Minutes were road and approved.
Petitions and bonds for liquor
licenses were presented by Paul
Hoppcn and "Win. Buchcr. Referred
to proper committee.
A petition was presented bearing
one hundred aud twelve signatures,
many of the largest tax-payers in
the city, asking the Council to ap
point two night watchmen.
On motion, it was placed on file.
John C. McMahon, the party who
circulated and presented the peti
tion asking for the appointment of
night watchmen, tiled au applica
tion to be appointed as such officer.
Transcripts in cases of Thomas
Farrcll and Michael Lyons, show
ing that both parties had been found
guilty of violating the provisions of
ordinance No. 69 by disposing of
liquor on Sunday. "Were read and
placed on file.
The City Marshal was instructed
to notify Mr. Thomas Farrcll and
Michael Lyons to appear at next
meeting of the Council and show
cause why their licenses should not
The Marshal's monthly report was
read and placed on file.
Councilman North moved to re
consider tho motion passed at last
session, adopting the resolution "de
claring tho office of Night Police
vacant from Nov. 1st, '78, uutil next
general election. Motion to recon
sider, carried. After striking off
preamble the resolution was adopt
ed as follows:
licsolved, That the office of Night
Police be declared vacant.
Councilman Kavanaugh offered
tho following resolntion and moved
its adoption :
licsolved, by the Mayor and Conn
cilmen of the city of Columbus, that
in response to tho petition, present
ed this evening, one good and suit
able man be appointed night watch.
The following resolution offered
by North was adopted, to wit:
Besotted, by tho Mayor and Coun
cilraen of the city of Columbus, that
the Clerk be and is hereby instruct
ed to draw a warrant on the Court
House fund in favor of J. O. Shan
non for the sum of eighty-four dol
lars and seventy cents ($S1.70) in
full, pay for sidewalks built adja
cent to lots belonging to the city in
blocks UB" and "C," formerly Co
Legal opinion in post-office case
from HIggins & Critcs was read,
and on motion, filed.
The committee ou public proper
ty were instructed to report on
Councilman North's resolution rel
ative to the post-office, at next
meeting, if possible.
Judiciary Committee recommend
ed tbat license be issued to J. M.
Miller, R. C. Lange, and Ryan &
Dccgan to bcII intoxicating driuks
for length of time according to their
receipts from Treasurer.
Further consideration of com
plaint against City Marshal was
Councilmcn North introduced
"Special ordiuance for levying a
special tax for the construction of
nidewalks." The bill passed three
separate readings under suspension
of the rules, and was approved by
unanimous vote in the affirmative.
An ordiuance "To provide for tho
working of city prisoners on the
streets and other places in the city,"
was read second time, sections two
and three were amended. On mo
tion, the ordinanco was referred to
the Clerk for engrossment.
In pursuance to Councilman Kav
anaugh's resolution the Council ap
pointed J. C. McMahon as Night
Police from date until next regular
meeting of the City Council.
The Clerk was directed to invite
proposals to do the city printing for
balance of year, and request the
proprietors of the Journal to pre
sent their bill.
Bills were audited and allowed
as follows :
on general fund.
D. X. Miner, services as clerk of .
election, $2.00, and repairing bell
tower, $1.50 . . .. $ 3 50
C. E. Chapin, clerk of election ... 2 00
L. G. Clark, for services as Spe
cial Police 4 00
Frank Fields, one month's servi
ces as Xignt Police, ?3.).00, and
services as Special Police, $2.00 3700
Columbus Era, printing notices
for Mayor 2 00
Jaeggi & Schupbach, lumber 17 10
HIggins & Crites, legal opinion.. 12 00
The Clerk was instructed to draw
warrants for the different amounts.
On motion, tho Clerk was author
ized to deduct three dollars and
seventy cents from claim against
Pat Murray. Council adjourned.
John Scuram, City Clerk.
Our IIooho Conn t j- JLcttcr.
Albion, Neb., Nov. 1, 78.
Editok Jouuxal: Wo are once
more having the privilege of enjoy
ing line weather, which the farmers
are improving in fall plowing and
other work necessary to be done
We arc sorry to chronicle the loss
of property by prairio fires that
have raged around and in our midst
for the past two weeks. Barnes
and Randall, who live above this
place, had all their grain, hay and
hogs consumed by tho fire, and
barely escaped having their houses
consumed by the devouring clement.
Many other farmers throughout the
county suffered by the total loss of
all their hay. The fires did more
damage north of us in Antelope aud
Several threshing machines have
been at work all the fall in fills coun
ty, but you caunot sec but little itn -
prcssion made as yet on the grain
Blacks to be seen ou every hand.
Thousands of bushels of wheat will
be exported from the county this
winter. Better prices for grain
would develop our county and place
the farmer on a solid footing once
Improvcmeuta arc going on rap
idly in Albion, and we have several
fine houses which would bo an or
nament to much older towns than
D. A. Willard, proprietor of the
Boone Co. Argus, has sold out to a
young man bailing from Washing
ton county, this State, by the name
of A. D. Braiuard. Wo hope that
prosperity may bless him and his
estimable lady, as they have just
entered the matrimonial life. More
GUS. A. SCHRGEDER,
COOKING im: heating
Shelf and Heavy Hardware!
K0PE, KAILS AND LEON,
Copper and Tinware
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
We would call the attention of the
public to the fact that we arc enabled to
bell our goods cheaper than any house
ELEVENTH STREET, directly south 01
A. Ilenry's Lumber Yard. 07-x
J. C. ELLIOTT,
AGENT FOR THE
STOVER WIND MILL
$20 OSCILLATING FEED MILL,
And All Sands of Pumps
Challenge Wind and Feed Mills,
Combined Shelter and Grinder,
Malt Mills, Horse Poicers,
Corn Shelters and
Paraps Repaired on Short Notice,
Farmers, come and examine our mill.
You will find onfi ornrtrd nn 1?th St
1 o.at tf TT . 9r m f n 1 TfAtiiia l .twl wi..7..m
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE
Because our expenses are very small compared with other stores in Co
lumbus, which enables us to sell
InTIOE NTTW GOODS
At PRICES TnAT CAN'T BE BEAT. We have one of the best stocks of
CLOTHING, all of the latest styles, tbat ever was brought to Columbus
and at lower prices than Clothing was ever sold for before.
"We have a full line of
REITS' MTE DRESS SUITS, COLDRED CAMBRIC SilSTS.
BLUE FLANNEL SHIRTS, and a Complete Line of
G-ENTS' UNDERWEAR at Low Prices
DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
White Embroiders, Millinery Goods, Prints,
BLEACH MUSLIN, UNBLEACHED MUSLIN',
HATS, CAPS, GLOVES AND MITTENS,
WHICH WE CLAIM TO SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER
STORE IX COLUMBUS. COME AND TRY US.
MORRISSEY & KXOCK,
Store Opposite M. H. White's Harness Shop, Olive Street.
G. H. KKAUSE & SONS,
(Suewssors to TT. 11. lriNTEHBOTIU,)
H A Ft DW4M K
STOVES AND TINWARE.
S QUAKE DEALING-
Us, always been the Motto of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES, 1 FANCY NOTIONS,
Hats and Caps, G-loves and Mittens.
Wo are also Headquarters on
Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, and Ev
erything kept in a First-class Millinery House.
Talk is Cheap, but We will nob be undersold by any
Straight Dry-Goods House in the West.
A Child can Bay as Cheap as a Man. One Price to All is Oar Motto.
ELEVENTH ST., SOUTH OF HENRY'S LUMBER YARD.
JAEGGI & SCHUPBACH,
(Successors to A. Henry)
I) E A L E It 8 IN
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES,
WINDOWS, DOOKS, BLINDS, BUILDING PAPEIt,
Oak Lumber and all
THE FINEST AND BEST;
Hard-Coal Stove in the Conntw,
Besides other kinds too numerous to
mention. JSTHeating Stoves, with or
without oven attachment, at
Prices Lower than Ever Before.
AT Operators, Teachers,
Kinds of Moulding.
Great chance to make
ou can get
greenback!). We need
a person in every town to take sul-
acriptiona Tor the largest, cheapest anil
best Illustrated family publication in
the world. Any one can become a nc
ccHgful agent. The most elfgant works
of art given free to subscriber. Tin.
price is so low that almost everybody
subscribes. One agent report making
over $1."0 in a week. A lady ag-nt re
ports taking over 400 subscribers in ten
days. AU who engage make money
fast. You can devote all your time to
the business, or only your spare time.
You need not be away from home over
night. You can do it as well as others.
Full particulars, directions and terms
free. Elegant and expensive Outfit free.
If you want profitable work Mend us your
address at once. It costs nothing to try
the business. No one who engages fails
to make great pay. Address "The Peo
ple's Journal," Portland, JIalne. 3S2-y
R. T. BULLA ItD.
BULLARD & SMITH,
D E A L K R 8 IX-
FRUIT, PROVISOS, &c.
BEST OF COODT LOWEST FEICES !
All Farm Products
Bought and Sol d.
Highest Cash Price Paid,
Goods Exchanged for Produce
ESTGoods delivered anywhere in the
city free of charge.
XKW BUILDING ON llTII ST.,
Two Doors East of Jearaal Office.
HTJNNEMAN & TOLMAN,
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, DOORS, WINDOWS,
And Building Paper.
Also constantly on hand an assortment of HARD WOOD ami WAGON STOCK
We make CLOSE figures for CASH.
Ta a c.-njjjnu. su.j COLUMBUS, NEB.
I Mean Business!
Will be offered in
Hats, Caps and Notions,
As my stock mnst be converted Into cash.
Talk In clirnp, but prices tell,
1 buve grot the geodN, and am bound te sell.
W. H. HEIDELBERGER,
12th STKBET, (2 door went of Hammond House), 2S0
D. C. LOVELAND.
LOVELAND & ELLIS,
C0NTBACT0BS AND BUILDERS!
General Shop Work jDone ;
ALSO, PLANING AND SAWING,
All Manner of Wood Turning Done to Order.
ALL SIZES OF WELL TUBING CUT.
STORE FRONTS A NPfJCIAITY.
BUILDINGS MOVED IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
ALL STYLES of DOORS and WINDOW FRA3IES Made to Order.
Feed and Meal always on Hand for Sale,
Also, Lime and Hair.
23TWJLL EXCHANGE FEED OR MEAL FOR '5 RAIN.
One Block West of the)
Clother House, f
Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Ij now ready for the Fall and Winter Campaign with an immense
Carpets, -- i?
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
t&r Dry Goods have taken a big tumble in the Eastern Karkets, lately
and as I bay my eoods strictly for cash. I wffl crive mv enstnm th fcn '
efit of it, and supply them with anything in my line at much lower prices
than they were ever known to he heretofore.
All I ask for is, give me a friendly call and con
vince yourself of the facte.
MEDICAL I SWL INSTITUTE.
T. z. uncszLL. V. s.
z. s. men, u. o., k :. c. sensz, a. v., iSQxHn,
telling Ph;:icin: d ihrgm
For the treatment of all classes of Sur
gery and deformities; acute aad
chronic disees, diseases of the eye
and ear, etc., etc.,
OF paying high prices for MacbiBe
Oils, till you have called at the
Red Front Drugstore, opposite the Post
Office, and you will get a benefit. Six
TO THE PUBLIC.
I am nov airent for Harper's school,
book publications, and am prepared to
furnish school-books to individuals or
school districts for introduction to
about one-half the retail price of other
iSTThese books in themain are on the
Stete List. 435 S. L. Barrktt.
"D"I7,CirT business you can engage
JL JLO JL in. $5 to $20 per day made
by any worker of either sex, right in
their own localities. Paticulars and
samples worth $5 free. Improve your
spare time at this business. Address
fctinjon fe.Co., Tortlana, Maine.
Kl5MP ' & ' WK.EKof S Wiand
WmBmlnOBSammhi S W y of S W H
EBBOBiiBr7 N K .' and E 4 of X W i
HkkkkHiMkViHkH& V i 'run! V. '. nf
L. F. ELLI8.
of the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE
Ranging from $7? $12.50
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Men' and boyi' suits made in the
latest -tyle,and good fits guaranteed, at
very low prices. Men's suits K.tiO to
$9.00, according to the good and wort.
Hoys suits $3.00 to ?J.00, according to
aSTCLKAMXG AND REPAIRING DONK.JJ
Bring on your soiled clothing. A.
whole suit renovated and made to ap.
psar as xood aa new far jl.25 42!-y