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Frcn Wettest en.
Tte Kelratka bill haa beea retced by
resident Jchmon. No action cn it by
The Senate bill rendition tenure cf
certain civil cflces mhicb we published
.ttrj tvstka ego wu passed in ihe Ilccsa
ca ths 2nd, afier striking eat the except
tica cf Ciliuei OCcera, by & tzsX rcte
The JciiziiTj Ccrsmittes cf lbs Ilcuri
-crs r? r:?t?i ti ccnsiierb? tha etlir
elrciijr siJuced as sucient ta wtrnsi
crticlea cf inpeacbtntnt against da
Cr-;:rlittd f i pera iryla, lis f cIIokis j
,nU:h ctcnrad darin; the nijhl s esiion
o iis3r tnU. S. Ksusacf Repres
entors, a 'nation at dit jrace," we, ca
tbe crstrary, thick the copperhead a
licmin cast out ascond best in hi self
ttrjbt ccrtttt cf wit. It it really a
litzzX rJifrtrt" that suca aaaztnj
Curs" bit beea exsreited.
lit. Diria, Cop. Wculi it ba ia ci
der fcr tba jectleoaa from Iowa (5Ir.
Griarsll) ta eicj
Xttf i U f$ mmrcltnf 9 -
lit. Ikhencb Let ua hare it.
tlr. Gritncil, Rtd.-I will do it if the
CZZ'-liz:in frenj Wizcor.tia will tllownt
u qocta a tene for hia ta eiuT.
. tlr. Eidrtfre Wkatiait?
Ilr. CnrzeU Tba rtrra I
cr:tt urcdJ ba:
'7m ldf IIMJtM fTttl
Tk wt w 0S tjitU.-
, lit. Ititlack TLat ia nrearir?.
' D-'a iatradoced a bill to 1.3 end
thapter 46 cf the Uerxsed Sututee. Tta
object ia t9 exempt neat cattle, cadar caa
year eld frcta t&xatioa,
Walter gate coiice of a bill to compel
lit aueaiacce at school.
Tba bill ia repeal tha law chacjin
tba tin: cf St Derola to IltryiTill;.
IIr.D;rn r-5 notice cf a bill for ta
act to lodia tae Fcniteatiiry cf Nebraa
Hocxa File No. 3 An act to aaead
chapter 17, aectiV 2d, cf the rented
Head rst tine.
Heuaa File No. 5 And act taakinj
aa apprcpriitica to defray the expeaaea of
tha Lesiilatura cf NebraaU cf July
. Ccnziittsd to Ccsstttta ca Firisca,
Vi'aya aad Ieaaa.
Ilcusa File No. 9 Ao act to renora
ths ditiiactiea ea accocat cf race cr color
ia tha achocl lawa cf Kebratla. -
Hcfcrrtd to ccznittee ca Judiciiry.
AUa a bill for aa act to repeal tectica
2-3 cf chap. 23, cf tha crimicai cede.
EttTxit tara notice cf n?craj and
j:Iit re:c!cU:a tsiirj Ccr-res to caka
tr::ry triJa tha Otsa aad Ifiuouri Ia
iizzs tzt tha tala cf ths trtct ca which
th?y now resiide.
Haywood preisttd a bill to aaetd
clip. l,tee. 1, Ilevited Stetatea. Tha
cljsct cf tha aattdnsest ia to acthcrue
C:rty Esuda cf Agriculture to make
C":;r cwa regulaticaa reiatire to Ari
clirtl Cc:irti?a and Faira. At pretest
cecity aocietiea are depended ea tha ac
lica cf tha Territorial B,jerd, aad that, if
it tier hit net, ia cacertaia aa to erer
c:s:r; aa, tf x
Tha bill aho csatecplatea tha"creatiea
cf a besaty fend, to rtimclxta eatrrpma
ia tlit dircrtlca. Iu p!aa it, ta cfTer ta
c pr:i3 to e:;!i cf the first threa cera
tes tl:t trill Irilly erjaalio c:zz:y r
i:u:a f;r agriculture cadcr ilia s.tt.
II:-:a iha t:ak tp tha bill U trtir.d
til i:7 rtlitira to erideace. Tha object
cl 1I3 bill ia to allow psrrcaa charged
riii cr:. a and thcta iattrested ia ciril
e:!;s, to gira erid enca whea parties to tha
Tha Ilcura bill creatics tha cCIce cf
Trx Cclhctcr ia citiea indefinitely pott-
Ilxywosd gtre notice of a bill to nsika
cwntra cf alack, litble for the damage
Ca etock may do upca culurated landa ,
Tha Ccancii bill to racate a part cf tha
trratlla cf labia Rock carte cp, wia
rtii third lirse and passed.
mi to aphorize L'sntia Is, Knaeland
Til till to acrnd tha hxt cf endcaca
rr.a tilta and pined.
Tha cVjsct cf tha bill ia to allow" cria
21 lit to testify ia their own cast, and ia
trrrrttdfajtifa iadril tcita, except ad
trii:::ritcrt r :r.'tcrtand represstatirea
cf dr:;ir: i r :r:rr. s.
C::t h'sz a t "i to tntnl tha
r.::r:y .iz: I a till to prr.iio
f:r tj li:x:I:n cf tha hrt.
I J .1 ... .Z - . v 4
la ITirrnilLlr l;ra
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1 ' t
ilslipL C3 and 47 cf
:rirei Ctitctca waa patsed.
Tha bill abora increated the tax ca
had for read psrposex.
A tnssna frcn ths Gcrerncrinfcna-
bj tha Ccsncil cf hh sj-prcval cf an act
to retire and ccatiaas ia feres the act to
allow the Fundisj cf the indclj'.eiseas cf
tha Territcryapp;-red ' Jitaaary'll
The bill passed to aaihcrixa Lewit C.
Elliott to cetabluhed and keep a ferry
ncrcsatha ilioari River ar Aspiawall,
Haywood presented a petition from
citizena cf Neaaha prayiaj for a law io
cake ownera cf atak liable fcr damage
contained by atock. - . t :
The bill authorizicg the city of Brown
tills to raita ccnty . to dear and gTade
ua ttretts, &c
Read third tints and patied in the
Crow reported in farcr cf a bill for a
ferry at Pern. ;
Vi'aldtcr introduced a bill to amend
tha law ralxtirt to estrsyt. Read aecond
tuna and refered.
Tha bill to authorize the city of Brown
tills to raiie taenty to improte atreeta,
uc, trta taken np ia the Hease. Rules
impended, bill read eecond time and re
(trtti to a epecial committee 'conaiatiog
cf tha delegatica ia the Hoasa from Te
znahacocaty. . BxATaict, Gac t Co., Nib.,
Jan. 21th. 1867.
Dtsr, Sir: Aa Gage' County, Neb,
hat for the peat ten years teemed to ap
pear little and unknown" iu th history
cf the world, I take the liberty cf giring
your rcaden, and, all whom it may con
cern, a brief aketchof iu hiatory, with
preaent and future prospecta. 1
In April, 1857, aa association waa or-
janiied oa board the old Snamer Han-
nib ai, hi!s ascendiegthe Missouri rirer,
by partiet, atraserato each oiher, but
who were ia resrch cf the the a unknown.
to thta, rich and fertile localities cf the
VrU Judge Kmney ?raa chosen th
m President and the Iame,Lied John
Xrg bsfere reachicj Browntille we
rtrt thcrcnghly organized had letied
and collected a tax for the orposee cf
defraying , the expencea of two expedi
liens censisting of four men each, whose
doty it waa to trarel in different direc
tion, to thoroughly examine choice to
ealhiea and meet the assochtisnat Oma
ii.p thr.'i'c 7," :Wing and
r ..'" - rr: htereata
The report of those who explored on
the South aide of Platte riter was read
and listened to with dc . ? interest, and
waa ao eatisfaciory that expedition No. 2
had nothing to report ; but united with
the association in toting unanimously for
the adeption of report and recommend
tion cf the South Platte Committee to
make the settlement in Gage county. In
oae weak thereafter the first little colony
started for the detignated point ; a ahort
time after colony No. 2 atarted. and,
after finding "Jordan a hard road to
trarel," in consequence of there being
no roada at all for more than -half the
diatance, armed ca the 6th day of June.
Claima were taken the town of Be-
atice located and anrteyed, and two or
three cabins erected and but 1 must
nn occupy too much of your taluable
epace to rcherse all the yps and downs
cf nrst tettlera in a new country ; how
they aomatimea get cut cf prorisions.
and are compelled net tot the tport of
the thing, but from, necessity to hunt
Coons, &c, on which to aubsist.
Our progress haa been somewhat re
tarded by the war for the rebellion, but
there haa been a ateady and healthy in
crease ia numbers to the inhabitants of
thia county, competed generally cf naiu-
duitrtoua intelligent elasa cf people hail
iag from alscit all parts of the United
Th isrfac cf the land in thia county
ia tr craftily undulating ; toil rich, with
a csep nca ao-so;l ; not cne toere rod
cf trhich ia nntilUbh, end ia wall adapt
cl UtLa growth cf all kinds cf gram,
and tegetabiea ; howerer, wheat i.nd oi
are the most proStable and surest cropa
cne year with another, . The past year
the crop of wheat ateraged about twenty.
astea bushels to the acre and cf the tery
best qnauty ; cats from fifty to aetenty-
fits bushel to tha acre.
Thia ccuaty ia watered by the Big
Blue Rirer and its tributaries, tome cf
whiih I will hero came: Cub Creek,
Fatoura Creek, Slill Creek, Wild Cat,
Mud Creek, Cedar Creek, Cear Creek,
Indian Creek and Clatcnia Creek. These
etrearaa are well timber id ani the
hearietteeltlexnenta are along 1 heir banka.
yet the prairie lands are beautiful and
bein rapidly taken cp by actual seller.
:g Hue Riter itesrenty-Sre yarda in
width, a cerer failing supply cf clear
water, running ctcr a bed cf atone and
grarel. There ars cn'this etream many
good mill ecata awaiting capitalists ; one
tta dread y been improred ia Eettnce,
and ia idz a gzz i business in tapply
irgttnljrt with Cc-r, htr.ber, hth .and
clin-ha; tt::dca tha institutica is'doicg
vrcll by iu c:;:!m!y. prc;rictcr, F.
H?per, who is a La rsan, and will cur
mizt trciy el.;- ia aa ercrtjo ks:p
t-3 ti 2 .x . jt tilg tn. rLvit
f Icra.-doa't-tcll -bt:t-cacer-There- are
chances for others to make their pile in
erecting Carding Machines, Woolen
lactorts, Griat Milla and Saw Mills.
Come, all ye. whose pocketa ars heaty
ladea, end find relief improving- some cf
the finest water powera in iljr
- Stons about dj in sufficient c-anti-wt
fcr bunding purposes, a aup;rierqaalH
iiy. There are many eprings, and in the
absence of eprings welh can be dug with
the assurance of getting a bountiful sup
ply of pure cold water.
- r Beatrice it the County Seat, of Gage,
county ; is situated on the East bank of
Big Blue Riter, 120 miles from St. Jo
seph, 60 miles from Brownvilie nd about
the eame distance' from Nebraska- City,
and directly on the thoroughfare leading
from those places to Denver City, Vir
ginta City, Austin, For: Phil Kearney,
and all other notable, places ia the moun
tain Territories. : The town contains at
least 150 inhabitants, three, general
Stores, one Drug and one Boot and Shoe
Store, to Blacksmith and cne Wagon
m tier's Shops, two Hotels ; also, a good
School House and a School in fact there
are six or sarfcn sub-districts organized
within Beatrice Precinct, and substantial
achool houses are being erected by the
citizens. At -this writ 102 tnere are who-
in this county not lets than 1.200 to 1.500
inhabtanti and room, for more.
Farm era will find this an excellent
stock growing country no milk-sick,
murrian, or other diseases prevail in this
locality. It is an exceedingly healthy
country for every living' creature, how
can it be othxrwise when there exists no
local cause for disease ? .
A Tinner, ifar ness maker. Cabinet
maker and Brick maker could do well
here aa there is a large scope of country
to be supplied."
- For the benefit of those who may per
chance hate busineea with officials of
Gage county; I will give you a list.
County Commit tioners : Go. Grant,
H. P. Freeman, W. H. Ticltnor.
Prcbatt Judge : Albert Towle.
County Clerk and Register i Oliver
Townsend, : - .
Sheriff: T. XV. Brown.
Treasurer : A. Towle.
Coroner'. Dan'i Freeman;
P. M., class Jfo. 4 r A. Towle.
The Land Odce Dimcnlty.
Mr. Editor. .
In my communication that you printed
last week, I tried to give a calm, fair
statement of the Land
thia place.1 '
I praised no man
I was, therefore, greatly surprised at the
waspish reply that appeared in the same
You say : "The fact that Jamison re
m a n ji ji
ruses to act wun uorsey, w w seems
to our correspondent a grevious sin in
Dorsey." I answer, you seem to think
that it is a grevious sin in Jamison, be
cause his superior officer baa ordered
him not to do business with any one but
The Neb. City News bolsters up S
R. Jamison with the same ptea. En
Tour ero, about usurpation," and
"rebel loving friends" is all wron?. No
super-loyal Dorseyite condemns Andrew
Johnson more than I do. - Still Andrew
Johnson ia the President, and all Presi
dent hate power to remote
officera aa C. G. Dorsey. You deny the
power of the President to remove Dor
aey. Thia reminds me of a little story ;
A certain Colonel walking about the
camp of bit regiment, one day, aw a
man sitting on the ground bucked and
gagged. Removing the gag from hia
mouth he asked him: "Who served you
in this manner?" Tin soldier replied.
my captain did it " At which lite Col
onel exclaimed. "My God ! your enptain
can buck and gg you !" "Bg your
paidun, Colonel," replied th man, "I
know better, for be did do It."
? Aa some of our readers, unfortunate
ly, may not have teen in the eirvice, let
us apply thia martial story : Captain A.
Johnson removes 1) Dorsey, fcr opinions
rata; Colonel Radical exclaims C!y
God !" Cap. Johnson can't do that ! tr,d
eaya Dorsey, says he, h did try it J
And W. A. P. says, says he, "he did do
it." The Colonel can't perceive it, and
will "remova the gag." E.
Every President has removed oflicara;
every President will remove officers, on
leas lawa are enacted hereafter to prevent
You ask, is it Radical Republicanism
to urge a knuckeling to A. Johnson?
advise no man to knuckle to anybody.
A law abiding citizen will obey the
officers appointed cr elected to execute
Your ergo about Dorsey, patriots, Con
gress and the President," is far fetched.
Congress ia equal, and in some cases.
superior io that President. Dorsey is a
creature ct A. Jonnson- A. Jotcstfa
breathed &s breath cf ccial life into
him. fiurejy the creator has a right
to do as b& pleases with his creature.-
The easier with his sextant.
It ia aaid that the true test cf com
parison like the above, it to redact it to
a picture. Kind reader imagine thia put
to the text ; A. Johnson, creator," ia
atanding eter the prostrate form cf Mr.
Esd'crd tryia to 'breaihe the breath cf
cSciallife" into hha; close by stand a
Demy, fina i fa jliasci cpsj truihj
, ceosafidma thhBedf ord ns XioVseyfth'dra w ivnprofJath'ttiaitelfzfo autiun 'givuv thttw 't n 1 1
W. A: PraaJ Jaraisoa
cne on t
'jjc try in' to suck the
:!lI life" cut of him. Then
picture instinct with life,
Andy blows hiJ allies suck ; whichjwill
ts sackednnder ia ,caly a question of
' 3; all Seward, w predict t! at bo'h
V . S . f
You eay that Dorsey. nding that
this course 'was -urged ' by the leading
Radicalt of the . Disirict. Jqck
hiaVreaent atarrf." he. Now. sir, I most
.respectfully.' yet firmly, ask that'- these
mA;n TiAr enme out oter their
signatures and say so. I don't beliete
that one of them has the im-moral cour-
agt.tb do it, wlalso pledge myself to get
the names of equally as many leading
Radicala that condemn Dorsey!s course.
Dare you take me up on that Issue ?
Here we hate a chaUenfe, as ia a
challenge. " Whether iia to the Radicals
of the District, or cs inditidually, it ia
iropoitibie to telL , Admitting that some
m ay side with him, is not this a gl aring at
tempt toil raw oJ.tho-e faw, form the
nucleus of another party, of which W.
A. P.'1 might become leader ! We are
too old to be caught. by such chafl. We
respectfully refer bin) tolhe Radicals of
the District particularly and to theCon-.
grets of the U. S.-Ed. . ' ; - ??:.r5:
You deny that the LandCnlce is Vir
tually closed,- and l in i proof st'gte that
there was filed with Darsey Ust mjnth
applications for entries of land u the
nornberiof 9,400 ancres. Do you beliew
that those men have secured (hat land,
and that 'they feel "-secure cf'ihir
We are satisfied they are s-cure !
Also, that the blatant cry of W. A P.
& Co., cf insecurity" is affecting th?
District wore thau Djrey refusal to
recognize Andy a thyfi '-creator." The
right" of ah' applicant must depend
upon Ait oxen acts, otherwise he would be
at the mercy 1 of the officer'.' Dare Bed
ford, 4,or auy other man," who might
succeed I)orsey,' refuse to recognize as
rafii the applications now en file, if the
applicant has lived up to the law in other
respects ? It seeras to us a Missouri Mud
Cat could not doubt this proposition, and
yet W. A. P. threatens to "beat at the
polls" those who don't bow to Andy the
creator" and master ; or. those who
refuse to cry "the Land Office is closed!"
The unkind est cut of all comes as fol
lows: "There jsJbuV, one palliation for
W.A. r. 8 present course. and p?1
and give W. A. P the position."
After my communication was in your
a X a .
nanas, l neara aometning. of that kind
spoken of by two Republicans, but would
probably never have, thought of it again
had not your very unkind ' paragraph
brought it to my memory. Since then
I have spoken to several Democrats and
they tell me that no such thing was ever
talked of among them. That if a Dem
ocrat can't have the office they don't
care who has it.
You also say. "we, tvith the loyal
North save our Radical Republican
Do you pretend to say that your, or
Dorsey'a loyalty or Rrputlicanistu is of
a purer quality than mine? When the
Democrat were in power Doriey was a
bitter, sneering, pro-slavery Democrat
while, at the same time 1 wa a dvpi?v$
by him Black Republican. V ht tfie
Republicans came luto pwwr, aud the
storm ot war burst over tbe laud, Djrsey
became a tuper-loyal Republican, but
took good care to stay at home,
ought of harmes 'way, sought fur
aud obtained, fat offices Mow, be-
caue I will nut tbruw up my b4i aud
shout, Great i Dursvy ! More wide iQau
Soluiuuu! More vauam than David 1
You question my loyalty
This intoleut thrust at jSlr. Dorsey is
fbtirely uucrlled tor aud unwarranted ave
by iheuiilice which breathes through the
whole paragraph. Thia quarrel if jt
may be so called was sought by W.A. J.
Dorsey haa nothing to do with it. al.
though W. JL. PT tucked Dorsey last
ircek. The Republican party ia tuni
made -up of ongiua! 'Xtepubn'cao," aud if
ciphered down to those, would be, to day.
in a greater minority than the copper
heads. Dorsey, in 1661, stood wi;h the
loyal pany, and his record is consistant
from that time aa a Radical Republican.
X" waa a Republican, several years be
fore Dorsey was ; Judas Iscariot was al-
so an apostle several years before panl
waa converted. As to the fat oSce?,'
Mr. Dorsey was Mayor of Brownvilie,
and Prosecuting Attorney moat cf xhe
time from 'j61 to the fall of '$1, elected
to these "of ofcczs" by the people. Un
solicited, "Jr. Hitchcock procured hin
the office of Kegi&terof the Land OfSco.
Not a charge jcao be brought against him,
and yet this "Radicar (?) desires the
cfSce fcr a Democrat ! . If Dora tj it no t
sound uow what prerentti hia from go
ing back to ihe Democracy and thus se
curing the peskioa from Andy ? If W.
A. P. is sound now, why does he pleaj
so for Acdyj and shout "Andrew John
son is the creator," "the master
upon such slavish Repubhcaniso ; it is
contemptibjtanj siincks; we want nsns
cf it. Ea.J
Yea further txYi "The tiers ha fcn
ths f?y uhta ar cpVs tha pr:scip.'5,
pn- , .a,
OfBce difBcultyat- tbarsetfLfai DaraocraU bavf been' urging Mag iw own praise as- a Republican.; . . HU Lit baneful cnwi n- hv i-ni!-, t I
, ' . ' J st!ey ,-se? thaTBerdford -Taimvta't fprir7nr.is Vlread jiui'flat.; . stale'ahd f weakened- a'r:! -"rficr.;-.! ' .. .- ,
tic: Dcrsey's "principles ! " That is rich !
Do you think he would hate dene, as ht
has if the ofSce was worth lets thna fifty
doll rs a year?
' We know he would, , Would W. A.
P. hate entered th! ssrtics had ' th: ir
been not cilices" init ? Eo.J
The r.hc!? te-or.ci your articU is to I
cast-uoubt upon my iojaliyani Republi
canism or, in other words, t drite me
out of the party. You can't drite me
and my friend into the .Democratic par
ty, but you may, perhaps, drite us and
my friends into iVeparute organization;
not quite as perfect as your auper-loyaJ
party, still pure enough and strong
enough to beavyou at-ihs polls; " ?
."Perhaps'!" Yes, dnd the newpar
ty'a war cry adopted from its leader
will, "perhaps, be ; Great It' Andy
"the 'creator May he ; breathe ; the
breath of official life," into us! We art
his 'creatures ''-.Ed.1 ' . t
God help the party whose leaders cpuarel
resistance to the lawful authorities of the
land. It is doomed to defeat, and cur
party will surely be defeated if we fol
low the lead of i.such men as Doney &
Co.' Men, who, as a general thing staid
at home during? the w-.tr; but' urged' a
Vigorous prosecution of it,"and like Ar
temus .Ward were .willing : that th Utt
drop pfiblood of their wites male rela
tions should be hed-to supprei the re
bellion.'. ... , . .
Here it a thrust at all who hate cot
been in the sertice ; all are consigned to
an ignominious grate because they hate
not been soldiers. How. many! soldiers
will be find ioihe ranks of the party in
to wh.j?e arm fee is failing ? Ha'II find
many who whiatT Ditie. His he nt
bem hulBcif iitly hotwired as'a soldier ?
Does hi tertice entitle Jiini u the privi
lege of blowing' about ilia service and
ruriug.those who?asd the foxJ fo'r fiis
bonibasnc highness to feed on It is
tirange that the war proceeded so fava
rably while,! at different periods, he was
at home oa'furlough; psaiog1' strange"!
SomOrOf rtheaa msn afe now 'goin
irbuod bloviating that W. A. P is a trni
tor to the party. I car show a purer Re
public; record than any of yon. I have
always been a' Republican, never buled
the ticket. Can any cf you say the
same? W. A. P.
We have partially replied to the above
in brackets. In the start we supposed
be intended to argue the questiou upon
its merits, although be began by slurring
Dorsey and favoring BJdfurd, tidsouu J-
and we therefore give" him three-fourths
cf a column next week to close in.
His "record" is now before the peo
pie, and his desire to "rule or ruin" are
loo ' cohspicious" to be doubted." He
threatens ruin .'if his Andy Johnson. Mis
ihe creator" doctrine is not accepted by
the Republican party, but wont leave the
party ! ' It the above are his ssctimenti
he is out as completely as Vallsndighani,
To-day there :a no one who has done more
to advance his claims, than we have; and
to-day there ia no one ao pubficly forced
to rrgret it. At tha death Vf an es
teemed friend one may weep iq eorruw
at trie loss, yet draw comfort frorn the
hope that he i? in a better land, where
party bickering and , time-serving is not.
Bu how different is it with us; the
friend with "whom we have delighted to
follow ihe rh of the world's hop t f or
true iiheny Radicalism of to-day sud
denly dirergs from the right path and
leaves us, a the cross-roads of truth aud
error, to wep, without hope, as the biuff
urdy form is lost iq the distance, upon
ihe pnth where fat offices seev to grow
and i-fficial niana fills to overflowing cop.
per ve.s-ls, doing euterual homage to
ihir -creator." A. J. E-quier. Ere
it is yet too late, we implore him to re
turn, fjot because his loss is irreparable
--as truth is parent of countless thou
sands who stand ready to fill up the tiny
gap but as their js ft rouj left, a feel
ing - of uneasiness felt, an nndficable
dread of some great calamity, as, for in
stanc?; whan .'a' hand-crgasist . goes off
mad because you don't psy hlrn, or you
irritate a inena by refusing to let bun
file a saw on the bed-post wheu yuu sek
rtpose. The vacuumMhe leave is great
as that left by the post-augur in our rich
soil. Av, mow !
gaoWK vill, N. T.. )
Feb. 5ih, 1867. J
-Mr. Edilor.-e-K day or two since I
dropped in to MPbersoo'a Hall, to see
how Prof. Dye wa3 getting on with his
SiDging Class, and I rausijay, that if the
young songsters do at well at the concert,
which they intend to give next week, on
Thursday eremng.the parents and friends
of the childreu, will be mere than paid
iur ujc Knau ouuay . tney maae at'the
beginning of the term. prof, pye is do
ing a good work in our midst, wa hope
he will continue so to do. for a good in-
struciorwniunc.jrQcal, and insirumenisl
is a fcjeasicg to any community. He who
leacts ausic makes heads happier and
wiser. a VisiTQT.
We have received from Marsh II Cj.,
Newsdealers, No. 2 cf "TAs Riverside
JJcgazine for Young People." It is a
new publication, full cf excelLent read
ing, and' a strong ctnipctitor for public
LnziZ.V tiiud, iixtc::k,
H-irmn fiSTl-T Tuillft WSS TtCXSTtl
this, we leira, is fistake. It wa
rrvnts we;j taad:. Tuttle itiivrcu
u t ns effect.! ! B.i.-r .K..?t, .t; .t-'
V . . , . ; Hr..f-. V. -L ,, , T.
1 e .wers coaauerUy a'jrpua-d atiuj . r Vi.;5tVY " "
nGtic ofU rrefeGtiuiObv tnc Sruaie. . I k ' "r-i '
the nuuiiuatidii ct A.5. liuiliuay ai L
S. Assessor lor ih Diatriaot NcOr;k.i
ttf- L.J I 1 r
and rfttired it mij. h i h.mit uml
capable, and tne interest ol the Govern
ment would be as well, if nat btsiwr. at
tended to by hini than by an uthar man
the- President is-lively to nnmiaate. He
occupies th? incit advanced Radical plat
form, and the Democrat caunot conceal
their glee at hif rejection: " V'o hop
if it can it will be reconsidered, and the
Dr. be confirmed. 1 -
final DWciiargtt paper of' Win. Duntar,
private 7a Cipi.V. J. Barton's Ccfe -B
47ih .'Reginieqt cf Iissonrr-Ytilunteers,
and ruade cut at Be ton Barracks, has
been left with us' to await the cill of its
owner. Anj cf hfs comnde seeing this
will do him a favor by leitiog him knw
where it is. -r. r;..: ... X1i i.
We .LilJ. bean shown the-5sin of
tha build ing:-Theo.' Hill Jt'Co. intend
erecting in the Spring on the. north east
corner of Main and 1st sis. The build
ing is to be three nories, with a splendid
ironfronL The design is by C.' W.
Wheeler. Architect and Builder, and if
completed up to the, design and we are
aured it will b i will b? cne of the
finest buildings in : Souths rn Nebraska.
Theo.' Hill iufurmi us . that the whole
third ttory 45 by 60 feet will be left for
a-HalL Tbisii greatly needed in this
city7'and will he', a public beurfit.
"The weaiher. sinc our Iat, has been
exjredingly plstnt oveiSad.-wJiile na
d?rfobt, even. 've hve t?n, apft thing.
Th3 snowis fasi v!i:?,"pe-:;f and the
nHrural bri l. oTtir M'ddy" -I,
getting rathr"" si yy.v
On jut firt pag;vjll ha fi'.d two in
teresting civmnu iiC ::" ! fr,-r.ii
bH!.?T40wnii pur i.eiwt i'.ij- luvtliA.:
Dr. RenoVV.:.,Ma T-ii
Purifier R a- i Pn.
. 'i i ' i
laKfu nu n ui .-y u
disbarden thrmlves and throw off ibr
cbstructions which are the fir.it cause of
disease ; they are therefore regarded as
an invaluable safeguard. . They can be
found in all Dru? Stores.
Nervous and sick hesdache are in
duced by indigestion, cotivens;, foql
atomaph, and a torpid state of the liver.
Persons suQerjng from, these compUints
should avoid, as much as possible, the too
free yje of spimous and rqali liquors.
cofTee and tobacco, and feep tb,e bowls
cpn, by small Jul frequei doses of Rii
back's Blood Pills, and pursuing a reg
ular course of habits, wheu they wjl fjqd
they never fail to rerjjove tb,e difficulty.
Old Robclt,a is pow stopping t Hoi-
laday &. Ca's.
Immensely Popnlar- The proprjetqrs
of Co's Concif IjtLSA hsre tycce(Jed
in creating a demand iq pearly every
village of the United States. Reasons
why I Firsi, it ia effectual ; aecond. it is
cheap; third, it is pleasant to take;
fourth. 'they If now to let the abided
know h. ; r-
This old adaye bis proved tru ;p the
case ol Best Chemical Salerat-u, bing al
ways full weight aid perfect goods.
At McCreery't yoti will find all kinds
of School Jkxjksand Stationery." r
l is antkipited th the Elish Min
istry wtlldt3oIve P-irlia-n-sfst ra'hr 'ihin
perrjjit t,vs ptu'ije i Jifo'.' bill.
Tha t-ciliu i;f m 4i ;ra lib-Til .arju
roent will be !iV?ly io b- ih result.
It will be rc !l -i-iJ n- ai. 'h-'ai
aessiou. th HJi Jjii; y Gu:u r
made a partial rep jrt on ih$ cmnphcuy
cf JeT. Davis to tn pi it li a-a-tnmt-President
Iicoo. Tny i ite.id to r.q
tinue their. iuMVines. and ta S'imiiim
John H. Surratt bef..r thm the iu ) q
he arrive in Wahin?ton. with ih- ne-
of takin? his evdeiae in ibi jrei -It
has been deemed bt idj mig b,:fv
he is brought io tr4l .
Tkt Inal aceoaattf UrI Wen, AdmiaUtrator
of tha Ettata of Gertart Vftr, will ba for aaarin
Wora tha Probata Cart, at tot Court Rooa jn
tha City of Erownri:ia,oa Moodaj tha llih dar of
ErowBTiHa Fh. 7th 1557.
19-2t 30 8
John VT. Barga Plaiatil.
Jniron FemrjUa Df f tap t.
nmtarm Y. il. Enrar a Jaitiee of tha Paaea.
Pavaa Caoat. JUbrajka Tmitory .
Oa lha IStk day JaaaVT 1837. iaii Jasta
ijwatd a aiar af aAtaehj&aat ia tha ahara action.
ait sat txea4inf Ify dsllsrs,
rortaanuaaraji""7"'7coan5,OB tha V A iUTji Tt? OI?XTm TvitTT'
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tha 8th dTf ah lsS7,at !a a'dock A. It V V
atkUofia,ahUh liaa an4 alaea, I tht! ! f311" f1Prof Carina will kc n
iadgtaaatariaj.fortliaaaataf TtT4oi! : J,1? Jinss Carlla. s:t ear! ti
1. ..Y Jt.. OB tha laaa. aai ' Tthtett hair oa tha n,t arrlk-aUa without
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froprit:u, ac4 iacujUt U iU uij
kiiaj and dropioial fwellia, -
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prortd Rim Wab. ;
tot- taa aerTow aad d.biliuud laoald ImjZ
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by UcimboldUExtri Bocba.
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tbeir itaal litla iimdii. litil .v
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piata(t ia Ufa aod odor. mAitm 1- :.. .
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Ua tba Hih ar 4 Jcarv 1.
usawl aa dr r a Ueauit tci tu' .
for tbaaam nf. fttj$t ,l.v.r ai -Ti- .
ad 10 iktt aval I 0 I Ik j m , 4 .
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Lively , aud Sale Staliks,
Corner Main and Levte Sretis,
$n ft? Vhii4 ?.4 u now ,n
together whaJFf,-rf, p.w Sloe of I
CjrICS Cad rai-r!-ri.-!,. '
! male to o? and
Fast Teams, Gsy Teams. Safe Teas,
Teams Sot Ladies to drive all to hire at
the ranephj "price. -
The Great Western, has hest atramAl
tion for zfly Horses, and a good vtZ'f
vaferin the Stable, also
CarrUff IJaoM, Lara Corr? ant ShoJj for Suk
rTall kindaUsapo! HU:k'fBlta Shp ia l3
OMratioa for fccoora 'no Utinn of SuKl.t TV .
fWy, Cora. Q.ti, Kri its . ij Ur- niniiu
t. a i .
Sie kept t IU d'j w-'X Cr c:n:i. parr
wif king la bLj or Mil iqj i n I of flock will wa
alt lb air vn la.rej bj Cii!ia at
Pcgnceirt livery,, Petti 'SjU end Ex
cm gt Stables i. P. C0SWKLL
Takaa a Ij th, $itcrhuhnt ia Caa Rk
toirsih.p. I ba Ctaa7. th in J,. j Jt
WJ. I7.o Uajwr ell .; r. tn9 .f
k jr. Btbr V- '.e. ' ,t .-,, .K rr-
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