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Oae eighth cc'.cr-n s.ucl!:i
0cc;iaan tire iccnU." -
OnehaIfco33!-a tLr-e n. r ': - ''
Onefcurth co.'uE.r.tl t .: '- i
Oa:j.sti cc!-r r. t: r- : jli
AKr:urcsr? car.-:: f:rc c -
A 1 1 : ; : z s i c 3 1 1 7 c r : '. . c : c c t i - s L F 1 j - -;
AllkinJatf Job,lJvkaV i C-r J f ::: tlr-, cczs ! 3
-.'ae best sty la on ihert rcti-e .td rfaicrtt.s tis
OaCer. oaeytar, inafiTane, ... - . 60
Subscription, mast lnariab!y,bo paid inAiiTance
rj list "r. nl Plain il Fner Job Work
B tntn"1 J'l. -n"o nrt notice.
LIBEP.T Y ;A N D U N I O N, ON E AN D : IN S EP ARAB! E.V.KOW..A N D tFO?.E V ER.M
BEOWNyiLLE ; NEBRASKA,.- THUKSD4:f,v:;MAYr:3, 1886-
7s.T o n
4v'.7 -') ;;Y Cv'
?V. i V'. '"V V "
TJ'U S I ITE'S S' Cl RDS;
1 1 , t " ' ' ......
?IaIaBt 2 doors below r-'- ' - " "
tn hunJ a tv---'
i ,1 the best matcriul bi
Repairing done vfoh hcatneis and dispatch
. . . . . ,
W AGON'S, "B'UG'dfES?. M.OV'S,CULTI
TJTO B3, A-c.epmieJon Lort notice, at low ral,
at-rranied.Ulre aaU;cUn. x-II-fn nn
c. p. stewrt: m. d.5
Sooth East corner of Main and first Streets
nROIVKVliLLC; KCBZZASILA.,, ;
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Orrict IIock to 9 a. h. knd 1 to 2 ac4 li to
-i 7J r. M. .
Rroworllle, NeWka, May 5th, 1E65- No 3t,1y!
"'EDWARD W; THOLIAS,
ATTORNEY; AT LAW, ;
6fllee eomr of. M!n an i First Strfet. ' : " "
' 13ROWNV1LLE. NEBRASKA.
x mxs. :&h ID.; cenett,
lininGry & : Fancy Goods
" 3TOHE. . r -
ircf t c;. " or west of "fiie Po6t OS,ce
r ftcck f taTI sen Wiater Goods
iLvcrytV.irj in tbe Millinery line
n hani.' Drcfs-MikiEg, lionnct
nrriin' Jene ta'orjer. ' , -
oXirst and Second,
i? , JOHNSON, .
, - -,n p-, f ,
J . . - r9-41-pt-64 - ! 1
MARSH CO., ;V
SGCCESSOaS TO MARSH SI ZOOK, ' .
General News , Agents, and Stationers,
Post onicc Ouildtn?,
lie have on hand and are constantly receiving
fresh supplies of Booko, Periodicals, Stationary,
Photograph' Album, School Books also Confec
tionary, Cigara Tobacco, and a choice aolection of I
Fancy Groceries geeral(y,to whteh they inrits the
attention of the citisens of Ncuiaba coDty, and.
tiieyhope by strict attention to busitosr,d d"air
dealing, to merit a sharev of he hoblif parn.
A.I). MAltSn.. . uli-ly J.W. BLlijS.
'..' .O.V: WHEELER, --
Ilarirg opened up permanently on .
i .. Main Otrcotr, , "')'
'One doorabove tbe .Baltimore Clothing Store, is
prtfVed to do all kinds cf work in his lino in tU.
ery beat and si jle. Particular attentione given to
Contracts. . ; v-n m p'd
SROWNVILLE ; .HOUSE, :
' .-. ' j
, COIt. MAIN AND 25b STS., '
' ' .... : . '. -
H. W. IIICOi;, - liutcr.
This House has been refurnished and newly fitted
p and refurnished under its prcscnfr-catcrprising
Proprietor, "who jrnarracteus satisfaction to ail who
aiy patronize his IIou.e. . . , x-6-ly .
G Ft A N T' S-
CAEAP CASH STORE. .
. ' ' '
Main Street ' leiicun Fini and Second
BROWNVILLE, N. T. '
'TTi bftTtia stor ihrge enrf-e!l selected stock of
t Boots'and Shoes,
fiie- . Quality cf Spilrj Steele, : , ''t
VrniCH HBOFrERS FOR sals ''
CHEAP FOR CASH
firocerip.s nf V.vorv Kmi
Sujrar, ' , Coffee:
- . ' - .! Soda ;
candies, - , Totacco, . , .
-Matches,"':, Starchy .
; ... .!m.,&c.(&c '
, tuiaV f!11 b offers a-the lowert prices, deter-
r i .
3 cr:r. :
Glazier. TI Graircr, - . H
All work :' . r in a "Workman.-
like manL.:, Li-d Strictly '
TERMS;;v J "'
OKt toca WErroraow."TiLi.i hoji- -i '.
... , RICHARD F. BAKRE'r,;
A I'D DEALER '.ITf
LAND WARRANTS & LAND SCRIPT
Perional attention jirert d tnaling Location.'
' OCee in J. L. Carron's Banking Housdj .
- ! BROWNV1LLE; NEBRASKA.1 1
., vt. . .., - , s x-14 ly; frrnn..
' : - and - -:; :
. ' SVILLiAM JIOSSELL
takes tbieinetbod cf informlnz the publio that b
basjust oprh'eifou Main street, between Ut and 2nd,
a Rcstaixrant nnd Oyster Saloon.
AJao, Confoctionarib. CarineS Fruit,' Dried
Frnit, Slices. of all ki&ds. Tea, Coffee,. Sugar
Tobiicco, Potatoes, nsctt Pytatucs artl everything
timally kept in a rclr.in g.ocery stcrc.i T .' !
ETMEALS SntVri) AT ALL HOtJIHvld'
' FRIISII 'OVSTEIIS-- s
x 15-1 y "
Cf c:.- ;.
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BoT'oviHe, J." c t-. .
3 tLe s'aort-
, 1G. I0-C5 ly
The undersigned keep on hand aLar6e assortment c
"ti. ; .!,) - - .' .- .--Tf t
. lot Men and Boy's wear. AIso,a large stock cf!
i ' -. "- - . ?' ... f
ill! It 1' i
BOOTS' 1 AND SHOES,'
Rabrjc r Cots; Legglns & Dlanlicls,
UMBRELLAS 'AND CARPET ; BAG
! ;; .Of "all kinds which we will sell .
C II E A P, F Q It C A S II - :
We purchased our oods since the dt.
f'.ro 'n "iV.A TtTrL-pt nnd will, sell Rt lov
fibres; - r ATKINSON 8c CO.: 1
April 13th, 1SS5, , 9-3Q-ly , j
Evan ; Yorthing:,
Liquors, Vines, Ale; Bear,
' " ' x " ;
ii a c n i x c, iv c iv yo el s c s.r U 4
kig ncArcn. QUAiicu mow
er ana BrcrL LIT Cl'LTITA-
TOK. . v-.:; '
:. imiTXEYfS KLOCIi
t ' ; '
Main Street, Erownville; t
1 ifeay, 17tW 1 83$ ' - lir 3 i7 rr d : . . ' ')
- JACOB M AUOliN,
Merc i-iisr T
MAIN STREET, CHOWNVILLE, NEBHASLA,
Has just received the largest supply f
. Erer brtfu-'it to this market, a.n J preird tn ii
make them up in ' 'i1
. THE VER Y LA TEtS T ST Yl. ES . J
Work Vuirrar.lccl-u: Tems CasliT
January 1st ISfijp'dto Oct. tfithTSoS. ''' -
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JAMES MEDFORD, . ;
.,, t Corner 2cd and ilaia Streets,
BIIO WWVTLfiE.' 421.' T. ,: - -
Is prepared to doalj kjndi of ftotk ihhfslir
tort ncitco a-l reasonaV. v ' i-rns. 16
I j;!uuic , . x-otc'craj tr. Ambrcty;
call at A. 1. Staabfd s Kccrns cl .
the' Post Office.'" 'We are prepareiTtd do
the best of -work in ihc shortest possible
time, end' on as reasonable terms as, any
ioth.9 West Give-us :9 call. ,Exaroiije
pur work. t We insure atisfact;cn ' .
tVr take ah sorts 6f vicitircs,' 'r''-''
y.isi';.; ' Of erTy.tyIf.fewr ,-.f.,
Both Pbotograpbl and Ambrotypes, " '
In plain or fancy cases. a ?c;;
- a. Ci MbTAri.yKu,
J l Av ROBISON',J-:
SI a 81
lfkin Between lit &. 2J Street . "
Takes this method of informing the ; public, that
he has on hand a fplbndil as?ortnJnt -of Gent'f and
Lafiio's Ali?jc3'andCbildrens'a , .
it b BOOTS; ANP SHQJS.- i
JC5Custon work done with neatness and dispatchers
Ilcpairii dona on short notice. -'- '; 10-SO lnnn
"TIPTON: & HEWETT,
, .March L?t, ';68. '17:-..J') ; . j :, V
Mcetliisr' of: Scliool r?:amlners.
Notire is hereby given -that the lioard of Sehoo
Exdmihefs of Xeriha County'et raska, wi" v "
meetings forjjnej Eaniinationt of Tac ; i ,
said C'ouhtj, at the VTlca of E. AT. 1
in Brownvilie, on the1?t ifstnrday iacrc-v
between the hours of r,snri Z P.
for certificates are rec 'rtJ m . t
o'clook,'preciFcly, or t'.t-y 'will -t
No perscn need apply at any ' ' r
' 1 ' 15 j cder 'if'T '
i ' . ; E. .
, April 1st, '., - -yl;
I-; HIE B-v.ler?" r,r 1
hlsWockof r.u:iJ:- r
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J known jsr Whitney's I-'lcj L." c
Arid 18x80. OneSalooa 2ixGi..
Tenpia Alley, J2xSO. I' our i. ,
Rooms nnd Irouir Bed-rooms on tiio
..umm Ann,- A lo nr P Tnri 11 Yp 1 !-
ing ana a.ce uouse ii 4.--, i icuiisco. 1
Terms to sut purchasers. -Enawireot -
27.tf , R.F. BARRET.
HOLLADAY &. CO.,
; T s.;-,. 'S Ucces5on to J. F . llorrU.J ; t
Wohldre?pectf ally announce to" the Citiiecs of
hb lirga and.'weUrkalocted.ftoclt of : , j - i- ; .
I M' A23l I i '
;-.; .-m:vj"; 4.c...j.v Jf. !; -.!f;.")::i Mi i .
1 And th entire stock fiomerly kept by ,?, yorris.
And they will keep" constantly on band everything
usually kept in a - J--'4 ' ' ''
' FIRST CJSS DRUG STORE,'
and art determined not to bf ;niderfso!d for cash i
1)R. IlOLUD AY will give bis personal and un
divided attintion -t the business.! 'Hi; f; f. : 1
Prescriptions and orders carefully filled at all hours.
.WniTNEYS ELOBK, MAIN STREET .
JBRO WVlLLEl JVUBRASKA'
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RcveRsciini Elpenie -.cf State nn
Tcrritcril Go.vcmssnt? x, ; J
-yTbe followii statameni ofhe ;'taxa;
fcle property is the -Territory of Nebras
Llr ViiIi tbe in x r'Is?rtrd thereon .for
h taken from- tbe
' rbe 'exact 'amount epprbprlated by ihe
Federal GoverVtneht per ahnurh.w-ehave
been unable" to fend 'out but it'eanadt ex
ceed $27,600 in'any one' year.nti if 'we
add this amount to' that derived from tax-
ation:we have k .jotahoff 81.05,431,69.
'f .' ;, r -T.'r ;.-'
ExrrssE or TEiaiToaiAt 'coveks atst .
r And out cl Ibis amountAve have to pay
Territorial Expenses,": as 'follows: ' Ji'"'
overncr, . S2 500
Secretary,!' .'l . ;":'-2!000
Justices 3 in .No , 2,000 each'' (3,000
i ' ; :' ' 20,000
;h.Totai, ';: '"T'X C31-W
This shows. an, expense ;pi f ' 00 per
annum, above-tie appropnatica ti the
FederalJGovf-"ni,whi'chi,asto be paid
by -epprerr' from1" the Generaldt
Fund,"of :ihe ,tory, and .dtherppro
pritions cocsu.. .3 the. whole amount- cf
tha fund.' The public schools 'crnes
t!;e School Fund, and " the iik' ' : .
he Territor consumes t'
:.'t:E "rca 1SCG vx:
. j a school Fun J c
u n d c
Or, 14,- 118," I dollars ci 3rc
received last r froia-taxatioa and Fed-
ATE' COVf aXMEKT"
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Amount to le paid froni th
! und are. as fcllotvs;
Governor, r -, ' '
Secretary of Sate
Legislatdre 20,000 "jdoV per - '7 ' ; .
" ' ! '
. pes;;on rjienotai oessioa , ,, . ii
, .Total, ' , ' ' ' ' S12.S00
r. i . v. i. i i
purposing it should be necessary to
make an appropriation iot coniioenl ex
1 enses'this vear; it would notamount' to
more than the appippnation of last year
as this appropriation' is ' made to . cover
expenses of pages, 'fireman' clerk?, e tc",
of the Legislature, (and 'there 'would be
but one session of the Legislature hld
in two. years,nd 'there would not there
forby any sufh appropriation4 .of the
"kind 3 r xt year, which togeth
er with tLa e.v ' E" ' ' cf he
u py, this u. u$a
balar.:wf .-d the t.penseof
nexj year ke.i be only C2,&u0,ya'nless
we should have a eaUe4sii0 '.of. the
Legislature, (which is altogether imp'rob-
ablei but which some of the opponents cf
State for party effect contend weald be
necessary,) and it would then amount to
only as much as this year, 27,000; leav
ing us the same balance of 22,400 next
yea?. As it is unnecessnry to accuma -late
this amount in' the Terrii ory e very
year.taxatioh for General purposes might
be reduced nearly one-half by State or-anizaiiorr;-or
at least S4.200 more than
it could uuder Territorial Government.
There will be' another source of Rever
nue under state' Government -Ik J Pa
cific' Railroad that never can L.c3 a
source of Revenue under Territorial Gov
ernment, which will still forth
the taxation' for general purp
State GovernmentrBat -h
wilt attempt lo shaw'it "in a .
1, 5" U 2i Z'.' -
f 26,893.93, and wis derived from t tlx-,
able "property pf. S13,145;SCi This
year we will "Lave a taxable property of,
20.000,000 dollars, which will give . us
a School Fund cf 40,000 dollars, nt "the
tame rate of taxation a? last venr. This
would be sufficient for all purposes, ', and
and may be reduced as fbllcnts,. by .State
" Scboc! s"
City worth 835,000 ; would' "
brin? an interest cf
Total, . " 1 J' L - "-.su.cco
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Besides the other Scholl'. Sections that
might be put .upoq, interest by jhe-jfirsi
Legislature this .reducing; c thB ; total
Schooh Fund to be, raised by, taxation this
ytat to SQCO : a reduction, cf more
than.one'foutth.pf 'the School -tax. - ;
'kis'fundisreceifed by ataxtf 1' 1-2
mills on the dollar; and- is1 used in' the
pjTraSriYof interest on ! our indgbtedness
and in liquidating the same The -in
debtednes as' shownf -by the'AuditoVa
Report" nn' December, 2oth;lS65,a(nount.
ed toEOl ,767,60 ;: deducting - therefrom
37,800, the amoant'of Bonds issued to
the'militfa knd whieh tVilF be; refou'ded
bj the' Federal rGoVernment;"., and - we
have' S53,6Q7,86, as" the entire indebted
ness. The Auditor reports' as resources
ttmeet this S91,S4,70', part of which is
inthaxes of last ' year Uncollected "tt
the date of the report:- Theamount that
will be tailed for this fund this year,' 'will
a rrrcuDt as above Ehowniy 50,000 dol
lars. K,-T! -I' !--- i
Taxation',' by the laws of "Nebraska Lf is
at present limited to six mills Vn the Idol-
:;!e have this matter in thjj- .ra
:.i caa' prevent any ' inert-1. of
; they wish.'1 This 'fact alcn3
f iliy i-eet the cry'cf anti
, ; btrae Cioverr.tner.1 would
-.ti;-n,.but' the above figures
.1 farther;'-that any'inciease
,.-:cessiry. Aythati:on; the
. y, a red- ;ion of; nearly onehalf
H.id fjom the tax for " general
p-rposcs, i .ore than one-forth for School
p -rpoes-na thai the Sinking Fund tax
-will 5c;,a cease' altogether.'' !i
'Ihh will shovy State Organization : to
be a' measure'of'ccnerny, t,o say nothing
ci iue uona nons ui ianas ror internal im
provements, Slate 'bufldingst: Agricultur
al College, Seminary; PennSpUary and
SchoolsTand the. increaaed dignity, pow
er, and 'importance or a State. These
figures are semr' pfficial and cannot h& re'
d ted". 'Nebraska City Press' ' ' -
: At the bearinnioir- of the7' civil vvaf In
nj;land,. Parliament had forbidden' cler..
gym'en. to reiad" the ' liturgy 5 or, 'service of
Dr John Hack'ett, rector 'of a' church in
London, continued to read the daily ser
vice as before. One Sunday a sergeant,
accompanied, bya-soldier, rushed, into"
the church, and with a loiii voice com
manded him to desist, but he with' a ste-'
adj voice and intrepid codntenanre'ein-.
tinuedi Th& soldier pointing a pistol 'ai
his head,, threatened- him; wjih instant
death unless he thould cease ' reading.
The undaunted minister camly replied,
"Soldier, I am doing my dutj', do you do
yours!" and read on.-The sergent and
soldier, abashed, left the church.'' " '. , v
The Daily Wisconsin, -.published at
Milwaukee gets offth? filo-.vin "crfa
new married "c
! ' One of our hotel Lt inferms us
tliat a few days sincr a- nswly married
couple who were,on a' wedding tour, stop
ped, at his house.' Early in the'evening
the bridegroom,' ivho had been out making
some purchases, returned - to . Ui'a: hotel, '
and immediately' after going to his roon
gave utterance-to an Outcry that his wife
was dead. This aroused the ladies who
upon entering the aparimentfound' the
new bride lying upon the" bed apparently
in a lifeless condition her: face pale and
death-like..- Restoratives were at. one?
obtained and the ladies commenced rub
bing the inanimate form. One c!d'lady,
as she chaflTedthe cold hand"of the bride,
fotind a iittld slip of paper incased unde?
a ring on the finger, and 'thinking, no
doubt 'this would explain-matters drew
it forth and read: ' '' " - '
'-rJeir Sam": I have only , taken chlo
roform yoa' will proceed in the usual
Tbe trial of James Duncan; for. alleg
ed cruelty to Federal-prisoners at And
ersonville,' has been brought to a riose,
arid the commission hove detefrrtinsd, up
on findings and sentence, but .'.wajch. will
cot be made public untill passed. up?3 by
-?hc department commander. -
Many cf car citi2ens Lavb lately rrdo
the remark tba: their "tax receipts are
the best arguments against State govern
ment meaning thereby, that ouf taxes
are very ' high now and .. wculd ba still
higher in the event cf cur t seeming a
State, j'or ih9 benefit cf euch va have
frocu'red from our County Tr"' "
"iwinj tat!?, rinr t
Territorl:.:. - - -1
Territorial C'ukinj Fusd, .J
Tcrritcrial School,. . . - 3 ,'11- --J---
. Ccuaty, - - ,
11 : County Building,2 " - - 3,412 C3
.':.Land Road, 1 -- .3.71-1 20
::-Pcll Road, . , .. .... . t 765 00
School Itouse,' - '.."7,093 09
' "District School,1 : - 1 - - ' 2,034 53
; . i-33,0f.2 15
-'Ey the above it will: be'sesn that of
the 30,922 15cnly S9,CS0 52 are for
Territorial purposes; while the balance
or $26,932 53 are' for County purposes,
and can be affected by State Government
only tn the reduction of ihe School iax I
It will also' be Eeen .'that the amount cf
$ir,lli;57 that . for Couiity building
and School Ilcuse hasbaen assumed by
the popular vote ;' leaving but 515,820 93
as' the natural County Tax. !
' By' -'the ! above' anyone can see just
what the taxes are levied for . and. what
makes our taxes $o heavy this year. The
objects for which the ' extra taxes are
levied are the best,.' investments- that
could possilly be , made as the free will
ofthe people ha3 sanctioned them.- .
j Another reason "for the high taxes
this year is the fact that the assessment
last year r- vsry high, as it was made
L times. This our citizens
remedied ly attending
- -Option, which 'sits
. .: U adjust and
C ;r.:ral " Govern
,ka ca becoming. a State :
ildin73, 12,800 Acres.
iaet.t to j.
For Penit.;.-:;ry, . 2,000 4 "
For University, , ' 4G.0S0
Six Salt Springs and ' - 40,050
For Agricultural College, 90,000 . ;. ; .
For Public Improvements 500,000. " '
Two sections iu 4D3 town '. '
ships for School purposes 631,010
Total Lanir; f ; 1,358,000 "'-.
Five per cent on sales of land.
by GowY in 'Nebraska;- : ( S 8,000
Loss by reason of- not being i' h
able to tax the P R. ts
:. a. Territory 100 mil?3 il y
$30,000 per mile amoG?t3 " '
' .'to 83,000,000, at 6 1-2 mHJs -'
j on the dollar,'omcunt.i to " 819,500
,;This latter is an aciual'los? never' to
be relcovered by ''anything' we 'may d(f in
the fuliife is will aiso be" the deferring
of the selection of the-public 'land do
na'tions 'until they will liave to'be select
ed ior far' back as to be almost valueless ;
ichth ire zcill have ia tnajte up in taxes all
tfiat the-lands may fall short" in build
ing the building's for vhich they are do
naied'rf! ' ' ' '
Amounts which Government now pays
for us but which we will assume cn be
coming' a State ; -Governor's
Salary , : S1.CC0
Secretary's - V ;.:. ;;. 600
Judiciary, , , 6:000
Legislative, 20,000per session "
' bienial session, - p lO.CCO
This from the. one item cf.lo.s .ci the P.
R.R. leaves a balance iafavcr .cf Stale
of si,eo5. .' . 1 ; : , ; ' .
-Fellow citizens ! the above figures are
correct ; whoever may think they are
not is especially invited to give us for
publication his reasons cr fact-- to the con
trary ' .
The Omaha Republican eays:.
We learn, that cur delegate ia Con
gress Hon. P. W. Hitchcock, is about
effecting; an appropriation by ijngre's
of ten-thousand dollars to repait ai.d oth
erwise improve Territorial capltol buil
ding. This building needs a few. repairs
&c,.and then will be . one cf thi finest
structure in the'west. Tea thousand dol-
- i . . ... . -
lars will accomplish the .work, and there
is every , prospect that' Mr.' ' Ilitchcock
wp.l secure the appropriation
A man came home druhk ca a cold
night end vomited in a basket cuntainmg
goslings,- which hi3 wife had placed be
fere the fire, upon seeing whichHe e.t-
chi'-n' "Ttr n-r wt,ftn "ah I
wallow th:n thins?" P '
Kot As!: of It
J. Sterling J.Icrtcn, Dr.iccrati: ..anJi
date for Governor cf the 5;at3- cf Ke
traska, had the. audacity to getcplsfcra
an audianccr in this city last Citur'ay'
evening, composed principally cf P." -licans
and loyal Democrats, nnd u
in?ly assert that L:j v:as not r.;.'
" - .v-.l.rc-r l,Tr any cf h';
..cts that ho said, i;j .
iciocse to the rc;u.irk thatJe'
deserved harging.that "Alrahi::;
be hung on the samo tree, and t.. .
(Lincoln) would-bear the same re. it:;.,
to Davis that ths" thieve did to Ckm'."
lie feels no'tir.geiof. rai-.no when he r3
raemlers saying-that Jeir.Davia was "so
cially, morally, 'ahd pcliticily th2 pri
or cf Abrihad Liaco'n.. Ha feels no
shame v.heh.hi'gSii pp lefcra an audi
ence, as h? tlid hara -last Situ rdiy eve
n'ng, and exposes iriva!3 letters, writ
ten to him by men xsho suppo.ed him to
be an honorable political orponsnt, and
not one who would wilfully and maiiclctis
Iy attempt to injure the private charac-
ter of his pcli;ical!y eppnsnts for t. -
purpose cf making party capital,
feels no shame for having calltd ;
Price's disbanded raiders to com j .
the polls at Nebraska City, . "ar,
down the Hue coa!:J, brass hi!.'.
olitionists." He feels no shama f:
ing received a 'ccinmisiicn asl?: i :
secret oiganizaiion, 'whose avc . :
pose was resistance to the Natio:, :1 (, .
ernment. He .feeli rro sha- r 1
nsed hi3 pen, h.3 brain, r ;
gies, during the late 5 ' . j: i
ai existence, agair.;-r':i.
protects him, and
Peeking "ofHc " . . ,
bui the'kyal .: '
assumes. t : !.ad f
"; Tl-y !, 3;v i.
a ran or par:
. -r '
mg aim in t:
to coma i '".re .
that he. a.. '
Government o; ,
her'struggle for c P:
those who had djvot 1 tiirir
energies and their mea.tD r ....
the rebellion, ai dlsLyal.
.Seven differ n-.l commissions '-..ii
be -engaged in aiC-'.-rtaininrj t!. )
relative to the Memphis riot. ,C:
has .appointed a .comciisoio::, C
Stoneman another, General' II
third, General Fik a fourth, ti
Council a fifth, the white citzerti a .
and tde negroes a' seventh. In"c
quence of thf Memphis riot, and
operation of the police cf that city L,
daughter cf uno.Tending n?groes, '. .
Legislature 0 Tennessee have enacted a"
metropolitan police law, similar to that
which has "so, long peen in existence' ia
New York.. '.' .. , "., ' . '
An itinerant quack in Te.xa3 wai ap'
p'ieJ to by cne cf Colonel Hiy'a ranpr
tq ejirttzt the iron part cf an IrJiin ar
ton (rem his head 'where' it4 hi I Io-gei
fcr eome time. "I cannot extract thi3,
stranger," said the'wo'.ild-be doctor, "be
cause to do 'it wcjIJ go nigh killia' yet
b it I can give ys' a box o' pl'Ii thit wil
caclt it in yonr had'.' ,'
.,4Pa,' aid a'little sefen year ry
low, "I" gue33 i cur man Ra!ph
C" '"in,." "H'r.'v so my try?
: , "VLy Pa, I nr.
.kpvvick2d shall j .
L -ii i-is day and Ralph sa
lived cut ever since he was a Ky
A wicked - editor sa3 thai 'at churla
some people clasped ihsirhandj closley
thai they are unable to g?t thfd cpea
when the-' contribution box cornea arcjai
The speaking-' last LL,ht by General
Thayer," Judge'Kellog'g ur.d Sec. Pad
deck was excellent, atd ir.i.ty who carr.a
to the meeting prejudicid aain3t Sta:?.
left at it3 'close wii" a feeling that a
Stale -government for Nebraska tvoalsl
not'be such a v:-ry bad thin,;, i'ter all.
The speakers produced fact3 and figure j
to sustain every position takea by t.1."
and openly dirdd a ad defied a
refutation. -All thit i h. tl
friends cf State is a fair, cu.! !, . ..
reasonable exauiinatin cf the
cn its merits; a:;d i; . thi3 is ci:
is not the least shado.v. cf a 1 .
the verdict of th"? people. L:t i .:
tarn. out and give the mauir
i It 13 cor.at.aiV o: ?.i.j:;?.it i.
rie!!s;r.iu!. H:ra! J,tl7:.
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