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Roll of Honor.
Tho following i.Hvthu roll of honor of
llio Jh'ownvillo 1'ulilic ScIiooIk for
motitli oiuliiiK Oct. .!(), 1881:
llltlll H(;il()()L kiust uou,.
Maiiiio Ciuson, Miiiniu Murcur, (J race
SloWitit, Alloc Atkinson, Cora I'ouii,
Eddio OibHoii, Lena N'oiilhart, Oliver
IiOrunco, Itohort Mulr, Harry Sum
morrt, 1 1 tiljort Wailo.
Stollu IIclzol, T. Kliriuhl, Kllu Mo-
NuiiKlitou, Deo WIkm'NIoii, Alary Hack
er, Multiu Hiicknr. Mary Hoover, Wal
ter (lilinoro, Will Hurler.
HI 1 1ST IN'TKIIMKDIATK.
Hcrtio ItoKors, Siiiiiinio Tuuro, Albert
Drown, Anna llroady, Delia (lutes,
Pearl MoCunibcr, Emma Appio'itc
SKCONO INTKItMKIMATH, DKI'AUTMKNT.
Anna Stenteville, Clara Moil', Com
Furlow, Htliel Lorancc, Helen
Marolut, Lilly Worthing, Mary Cole,
May Worthing, Mollio Kluiuo, Sophie
Neidhart, Charles Stephens, Eukuiio
(lilinoro, (jriiut Sodoms, Onnlon Stev
ens, Henry Wheeldon. ThomaH Don,
NKUONDAItY DM' UlTMHNT.
John Denser, Arthur Sanders, .Jim
inlo Mcdoe, ISrnest Ilinton, Zeno
Worthing. Cora Bmprioii, Blanche Seo
luan, Mollio linilum, Carrio Coryell,
Dolly Lucas, Alico Moonoy.
Kmma OiiAitK, Teacher.
John Stoutevillo, Joe Shunt'., Fred
die Honors, Hddio Wlieeldon, Louie
KiihsoI, Willie Armstrong, Davio Hack
er, U. Worthing, Kiillon Washington,
.Mattio Butts, I'lironie Staii'ord, Mollio
Willis, Crace Odel, Louisa Neidhart,
AVinio Andrews, Belle Cnuumel.
KANNI1C J. EltltKlIlT,
Laura Hollo Mecks, Olive Mnmford,
Itosa Moonoy, John Armstrong.
Prosidout Garfield's Brothor.
There was one plain and quiet
mourner in the company of tho nearest
and dearest at tho great funeral in
'Cleveland, whoso deep sorrow must
have been strangely mingled with
.pride. Thomas Garfield, tho older
brother of James, now a simple citizen
of Grand Rapids, Mich., as ho witnessed
tho marvelous demonstrations of re
aped ami affection for tho lato Presi
dent, must have recalled witli satisfac
tion tho days of his boyhood, his early
and long continued struggles to sup
port his mother and younger brothers
and sistors, and particularly tho not
easy sacrifice of his own desire for edu
cation and advancement, that his moro
gifted brother might have the oppor
tunity which ho, too, craved. The
first small wages which Thomas earned
as a boy of ten or a dozen years, it is
related, ho carried home and threw in
his mother's lap, saying, "Now James
can have a pair of shoes." Truly the
greatest heroisms of this life aro often
times the simplest. Untimely as the
death of his brother lias been", Thomas
Garfield must feel that in the grand
achievements, the noble iulluence, ami
the worldwide appreciation of tho life
now closed, he lias lived to reap his
abundant reward for those early strug
gles. Sprinyflehl (Mass.) Republican.
Qarfioltl'a Oftbiuot Dotorminod to Resign.
A telegram says: Among the mem
bers of the cabinet, with possibly two
oxceptions, tho conclusion has been
reached that tho President should sur
round himself, without unnecessary
aolay, with a ministry of his own se
lection. The position takon by Mr.
MaoVeagh, said a prominent member
of tho cabinet, is concurred in by all
my colleagues now in tho city except
one. None of us desire to continue in
our positions. Wo fully appreciate tho
political attitude of the president. Wo
fool that it is best for us and for him
that wo should retire as soon as ho can
idoterminu upon our successors. If wo
(remain wo know theroaro many tilings
upon which we could not agree, and
(that our retirement would only be a
-quwUonof time. The minutest devia
tion from the policy niaiked out by
jGou. Irtirfield's administration would
immediately compel us to resign. We
.could not hold otllco another day after
.u departure from the policy of our lato
ohiof. (tan Arthur has boon duly in
formed of tbi. and from what 1 can
gatlmr Uih cabinet will bo almost en
tirely changed at an early day. I, for
oue.kui determined to withdraw, ami
Alio sooner luy suecesor is selected tho
.better it will please mci"
The directors of tho Chicago, Burl
ington & (Jiilnoy railroad have ratified
tho jirogrummoof Presideit Forbes at
.the lato meeting at Chicago, for tho
leotnpletion of the Nebraska and Col
(Qrado section of their lino to Denver,
ami ended the last doubt us to the
speedy completion of the lino. This
road completed, the C. 11. Jfe Q. cainbin
utiou will have tho shortest route to
Deuvor iroiu Chicago and the Missouri
river, and Lincoln will bo the center
An Item for tho Suporatitious,
A Ktuiit deal has been Btiid of the
late l'rcHident'rt superstitious ful'llnyH
in regard to the number - and how lie
was always limning out dates, etc., ho
as to sum tip, or make up that number.
Here in a curious coincidence which
perhaps no one ban noticed, discovered
by an emjiloye of the l'russ olllce.
.1 nines A, Garfield was:
Horn, November 1(1
It will also bo noticed that there arc
two Hi's and two si's in this series of
General Grant recently spoke as fol
lows rctfardiiif,' tho President:
General Arthur will fjo ahead very
slowly, fooling his way with euro, and
whatever ho does will have been first
carefully considered. When ho has
once made up his mind, however, of
the justice of any policy or measure,
all tho Medills and Holds in tho world
can't stir him. Already the opposi
tion ai" beginning to instruct him as to
his course, and undoubtedly he will be
severely criticised by their organs, but
Unit is of little consequence, because
wo know that they start out with a
prejudice that makes an impartial
judgment on their part impossible.
General Arthur will not bo frightened
by their threats, because lie under
stands their motives, and because he
cares neither for their censure nor their
The recent annual conference of the
M. 12. church made the following ap
pointments for tho ensuing year, for
L. K. Britt, P. I-:.. Nebraska City;
Nebraska Citv, W. IC. Bean; Peru,
J. A. Chapin; Sheridan, J. W. Swan;
Brownville, V. M. Ksterhrook; Hulo,
J. W. Taylor; Palls City, John Galla
gher; 101 more, to bo supplied; Hum
boldt, A Ilrighaiu; Table Hock, 12, J.
Randall; Tecuuiseh, J. II. Presson;
Sterling, to ho .supplied; Grant, .. A.
Dixon; Adams, to be supplied; Pal-
myra, .1.11. orley; Syracuse, A. L,
Kolden. K.J. Willis goes to Seward.
There is a suspicion abroad that it is
in Mr. Colliding that Arthur puts his
trust, and that, he considers General
Grant his strong rock. .S7. Joe Uuzeltv.
As there is no such "suspicion
abroad" in the sense intended by the
Uuzetlo, that unscrupulous sheet is evi
dently anxious that the people should
believe a lie, There is a suspicion
abroad, however, that the remnants of
tho old copperhead party, of which tho
Uazette is some, in the dread that Ar
thur will make a popular president, is
endeavoring to poison the people
G. W. Scoville, a lawyer of Chicago,
whoso wife is Guiteau's sister, will
conduct tho assassin's defense. Do
does so because of the relationship, or
rather, becuise his wife is anxious that
ho should. Ho says ho now thinks the
only point of defense to be insisted on
will bo that of Insanity. Mr. Scoville
anticipates great trouble in getting a
competent jury'. lie says when Guiteaii
is arraigned, ho will ask for time to
prepare his defense, and that a great
many witnesses, from all over the
country will bo subpenaed.
If McVeigh and James go out of the
cabinet now, before the star route cases
are terminated, it will bo against the
expressed wish ol tho President. Sec
retary James, it is believed, will re
main, hut MacVeagli, it seems, is de
termined to retire. Ho inado a great
blow when ho began those cases against
the star route thieves, and if ho leaves
them now, many people will have rea
son to still entertain tho opinion they
long have had of him that ho is a
very light weight.
President Arthur's future is entirely
in his own hands. Ilo rs himself the
only man who can make or mar it.
A'ew York Tribune.
You'iuight as well tell a general of a
great army, "all depends upon himself,"
when half of his troops wore looking
sullen, or threatening open revolt.
Tho Trtbimr has done a full part in
tho malicious revolt, and is not in good
condition to advise. Hut the sober
thoughts tif the people will come to
them in time. Inter Ocean.
It was laid down a few months ago
by the Chicago Tribune and tho Cincin
nati Conunvroiul that criticism of the
Presldont was treason to tho party.
We presume that is good doctrine yet,
and therefore we call upon all Hepubli-
can uowsnancrs to stnmorf. tho mimi.,.
j ls,triltlon thoroughly and cordii.Uv, or
. ., . . ri ," ..,'.
bear the brand of traitor, (lloba Dem
"Mr. Arthur ia a man of ability, of
experience, and of tact, and it is not
probable that ho will, even if ho could,
commit any act that might disturb tho
present prosperity of, tho country. The
change may effect individuals in the
Republican party and their personal
interests, but not the business of the
country." ,Su mini J. Tihltn.
President Garfield thought very
seriously of offering tho State Depart
ment to General Grant, mid it was then
believed tho latter would accept it,
while it was also known to be the only
position ho would consider. f'iwin
Supervisor Goates, a wealthy and in
fluential citizen of Cranston, N. J.,
dropped dead on reading the head lines
of the morning paper announcing the
death of the President.
Capt. Paul Boynton, tho famous
swimmer, will soon start on a voyage
from tho headwarters of the Missouri
to Now Orleans.
Tho Ji. & M. H. H. department at the
Atchison, Kas., fair, consisted of 500
different farm, garden and orchard pro
ducts. The widow of the late Rev. W. B.
Slaughter has been appointed matron
of tho reform school at Kearney.
If you want to contribute a dollar to
tho Garfield monument fund, tend it
to J. II. Rhode.-, Cleveland, Ohio.
The tomb of Garfield is constantly
protected by vigilant guards, to prevent'
desecration bv human livenas.
The Mrs. Garfield fund now foots up
in round numbers, $;1'J0,000.
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7 Piooea of Musio, with Iustructiona.
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MARR9AGE i P?h
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itorr.nall told.na It Ulrn tollft, oath
follonlns lubjeetiii Who mar mar, who not, whr.
Manhood, womanhood, raraioai nncar. ' no tnoaui
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dr lock and kr. 20 Ota, br mall In momrorp
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B I BLiLWcnknM,IxM Manhood, Tfarroaanaaa,
l"""'"" ' 1J". ATaralon to Horlatjr
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medicine. Adrloo fre. Uhara low. OaJl or writ
In tttlei oonlldanca. S-mptom Hook fur two lUmp
agents tor ine
DAWN 0r- L1(1IT n
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othr 11 In one day, another lr and 5 tiltilen
In fidiiyn, lady sold 0 In ten hours Secure
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