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LOCAL K i:VS-
GTTwenty vessels of the Mississippi
f.i.-et have been or JereJ to Cairo to be
g"",IeQ". Pavis'scloak and shawl use J
ns his tl!s?'j:o have been presented to
the war Jcpartsnent bv Col. Pritchar J.
fvriV. H. I'eniclt of tlie noted Tenick's
Ilf-imont, h out, in the St. Joseph Ihrald
n":iln--t the new constitution for Missouri.
Ct?"A new meat market has been
ofcnci! in the basement of Mr. Kngcl's
hhoe JShop, fin M.iin street.
C'Tho weather for tli past week
iiai been extremely hot ind windy, with
occasional sins f rain.
C T'The !rnham arrived at our land.
jng on sunday evening, and started Man
day morning for Ft. lionten.
- m m m
rT57"tt- P. IIcsst has our toanks for
n line lot of fresh vegetables, from his
"ard'-n at Mt. Pleasant.
CWoik on second street Tlridge ha
been rnmcl, and tho structure will
poon 1C 'oiiipIct ',d.
f.V spiritual nii-nitim has been ar-r-t--d
in Rochester by the U. S. Internal
Ui-vf-n 10 ofTic r for not taking out a
lic-'n-v ns a jnggler.
r'7"II. Vi'ormingtoti and family, J.
11 .ply and W. llbson, of Lewi, vVf-s
Co. 1 .w:i, p-.?-r. . through this ci tli on
MonJnv en r. .' for Denver.
vater in ths .Missouri has
!y r.i-in for ti e past week,
Lihr than it has been be-
e ha been an unusual do
y property within the last
'rvone r.ri ear anions to s-
I t 1 1 id
:inJ is now
f -ro t ; s -
r.ia:i 1 f r 1
fiir' r.'peity in t'ae rising town of the
f '"in an a Idress d 'iivL-red to a dele
pati.;:i v. h waited upon him, Peesiilent
bill!.- 1:1 said that he wiu in favor of
leaving tli-j fjtit-tion of nnzro su!!ra--e to
the l-visi m of the loyal white residents
of tii'i South.
- - mom
C " 'iimmittee of the ol'leers of the
Army of the Tennessee has decided to
trive an anniversary dinner and bail in
h '!! -r !,f the f a'.l of Vieksdurg on th? -kit
of .i.i.y w l at Saratoga Springs. (iuii.
'r.v.t is i-xpceted to preside.
I '."I'.ut'mtio-.i still c-mtiu'ies in full
f,..-.- at this j .'.nt. Our streets, i',jr the
r-is: w-ek. have been oonsiantly tiled
with team?, and the store-, with ciai
gr wits pru -aring outfits.
C Tiito is a prnjiosition to pay th
natinnal J ' t by subscription, and Com.
' lore Vanderbilt, Ilobert IJonncr, and
":!;r wealthy men of New l ork have
n'.rrady suhscriheil largely. Truly this
h a great nation and our people have
t.-w and novel ways of doings things-
f"It has been decided by Judge
'i::i'ord of the United States, .Supreme
""o:rt, that a mauwho expressed joy at
th assassination of President Lincoln
is r. -.t fit to serve as a juror of the United
States. Such wretches who are nothing
less than actual accomplices of the infa
mous liuoth - should besides be forever
F'Tkth of .IfLv. It is but a short time
unt:ll our National Holiday a day that
has been celebrated in the United States
since the promulgation of the Deelaration
of Ir.dependanee, and one that is now
loub!y dear to the heart of evorv true
American, since we have vindicated the
nhility of the government to sustain
that Declaration, not only against for
eign foes, but internal traitors. Let
Plattsmonth prepare to celebrate. Let
u? show, by a proper celebration of this
National birthday, that loyalty is the
n: and treason the exception, in this
P: 7t:c ats and "JI;jacki.ets.;
''.s was presented with a pair
f-tar.tial bracelets after his arrival at
1 itress Monroe, and a couple of Mud
s:.is were de"aiied to fit theni on securely.
Davis E jected, and threatened violence,
i'. it "the I'.-e-Llent" was finally "upset"'
.. 1 .. , : . .. , i :..,. 1 ..!....
..,,' J , ,
anslf s. He attempted to get a bay- j
:iet from one of th-guard, with suicidal !
intentions, it is supposed. He is allowed !
f i'diers rations, which he is compelled
to ..-at w.th a srvon those in charge of
Lir.i thinking it advisable to keep all
edged toois from his reach.
Sincilas M:ti rk. We see in theCoun
''.1 l!io:;s .V -i ;,, an advertisement
'Md- d "strayed or stolen"' mentioning
t.... departure of a bay horse, five yours
' with a part of his eyeiid ofi", and
two hundred men and w.jtutn.
', dt In't come this wav Guz'. i Rc-
ve you. Owing to clrcum.-lan
' S W , T
i vh:'-:i our ne:h'jors :irr f;ir-.:!
v'.9 ":dn"t think it
l n that direction.
necessary to ;
The man thai i
- t. j or ui es; ra vs.
tianu':. v .... i
Jtiey 1 n-'-l U.v
5'h hero a fe-.y davs
said horse, but
v. - ng wu;i tne ct.";.; ,,r
ie appeared sound, and I i i
. , , ' l,a been j Jined
v r.:vcral hundred oti.e, ti
1 e number
ft men and women had in,-..,, t
sevens thousand. The man thut i
at tor them is on the right track, and will)
I robably overhaul them somewhere be-l
t-ccn here and the Pacic coz-:t.
city on Monday r.ni
lij. Mis--; Ilinnah Duke, weirhir
i pound. indeed, a natural curios
i it v, o-pecialiv when exhibited bv the side
tO r .1.- I:.!., HI', nr.!,-
i i ir. iiiirj v " n 'J "J 'J . U w t.j unt
weighs .VJ !-t2 j-our.ds. They both np-p'.-f.r
intelicr.t and cnvrr.-e freely with
anyone. The Comodore is, withal, quite
si facetious young man. Professor Pcn
si riser's feat of swallowing .1 sword 22
inches in length an piercinjr himself with
pins was the wonder of all who witness
ed it. The war scenes were pronounced
by all to be the best ever exhibited in
the west. The only objcctional feature
we saw m the whole arrangwent was a
small gambling establishment at one
side of the paviilion. We would suggest
to the proprietors that it would be well
to make that a "6ide show" not intro
duco it with the main performance.
Farmers Cixh. We attended the Farm
ers Club meeting on last Saturday, and
were pleased to see so large a number
present This society has been in oper
ation some four years, and Las undoub
tedly contributed largely toward placing
Cass county so far in advance of other
sections of the Territory in agricultural
knowledge. The success of our farmers
in raising crops when their is a "fail
ure" in other localities, is mainly
dependent upon the diffusion of agricult
ural knowledge by the club, whero all
maters of interest to farmers are freely
discussed not for the sake of argument
but to obtain correct information. We
hope to see the farmers of the county
continue in'their good woik, until other
parts of the territory shall see the neces
sity of. similar organizations; for our
prosperity is mainly dependant upon the
success of our farmers atkast, we are
certainty advance as ling as farming
can be made profitable. The proceedings
f the Club meeting will be found in an
IIei.d to Hail. Four persons were
brought into our city on Saturday eve
ning charged with horse stealing. They
were emigrants for Oregon, and had got
as far as Salt Cret.k on their journey,
where they were orertaken and brought
back. The missing horse was found in
their possession. The explanation they
give of the affair is, that a boy travel
ing with them,(who2is one of the prison
ers, and held to bail) was toid by some
unknown person that the horse had been
lost by some emigrant who bad One on:
that the boy found him at large on the
prairie and brought him into the camp.
They also state that they frequently told
the boy he had better turn the horse loose
as tliey had no feed to spare for him.
One of the men was discharged, and
the other two and the bov were bound
over for their appearance at the
r.ext term of Court. Wo are not
advised of the amount of their bonds,
nor whether they are liable to be filled.
Many of 0"r citizens express tho belief
that there was no intention on the part of
the prisoners to sfrai the horse. We are
not conversant with the nature of tho
testimony giren in the case, but infer
that it showi them to be guilty of crime,
or they would not be held for further ex
amination. FOE. SALE !
Thirty desirable business and resi
dhncc .LOTS IN TLATTSMOUTir.
Ten thousand acres of prairie and tim
ber LAND IN CASS COUNTY.
Terms ta suit cash purchasers.
V-H. Wf FE.I.ER.
UcmI Estats Annf,
Court House, l'li.l cuiuutb.
June 5, ml
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
The City Taxes for ISGo, will be due
on the First day of June and will be
come deliequent August 1st., 18'5.
J. W. MARSHALL.
riattsmouth, May 30, Ib'Co.
Wm. Herald, corner of Main and Sec
ond streets, is still selling Groceries, Pro
visions Farm Produce, itc., as low as
any House in the West. Farmers who
have produce to sell will do well to call
on him before disposing of their trade.
May 30, If Go If.
Notice to Tax-payers of Division
No. 5, Neb. Ter.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
within this Division having an income
exceeding in amount six hundred dol-
lars, thai I will receive all returns of the
.c;lme nt lhc office of T. M. Marquett, in
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on Friday and
Saturday, the lCth nnd'lTth of "June,
IfCo. All persons liable to tax will do
well to call and make return of the same,
thereby saving an addition of 20 per
cent on the amount of tax.
Dated Plattsmouth, May 20th, 1 SG3.
F. M. DORlllNUTON.
Division No. .", Nebraska, composed of
tho Counties of Cass, Lancaster, Sew
ard, Butler, Polk and Calhoun.
HOUSE AND LOT FOE, SALE.
The Subscriber wishes to sell her
IIoue, Lot and outbuildings, situated
one Block north of the City School
House, and one door west of I lowland's
... l - L- ' 'II . IT . -
uaoinei -nop. i ne iiousc coiuains live
rooms conveniently arrrn7d. The out-
buildings consist ct a ood House and
a if 1 IT rt
a large ijr:ec M.'iuio House, mere is
also a Weii of good water on the premis
es. The above described property will
be sold cheap, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply to the under
signed on the premises.
ELIZABETH A. NOEL.
.Mav 23 w2.
Eoots & Shoes A largo lot just re-
Amiso.v, Dovev t Co.,
large lot just received
Ahison, Povev t Co.
ratrouizo Home Institutions.
All p crsons wishing to secure a sure
preventive from damage by lightning
will Jo well to secure one of those Star
Fluted rod5, with Sprats paten! Insula
ter?, and the best plated Points. All
work warranted. Leave rrders at Mur
phy & filenn's shop, or with the under
sign ;d. Having permanently located
in the Territory, I solietit your patronage.
J. S. WATKKS'.
Clothing. If you want to buy Heady
Made Clothing, call at
mlw4 S. Bloom's.
Boots and Shoes. The best and
largest stock of Boots and Shoes at
mlw4 S. Bloom's.
Revolvers- A new lot of all iinds
of lievolvera received at
mlw4 S. Bloom's.
The Best Assortment of Emigrants
out-fitting Uoodd at
mlwl S. Bloom's.
Sweet Potatoes. The und ersigned
has a fine lot of Sweet Potatoe plants for
sa'.e; also a large lot of choice Tobacco
plants. Orders may be left at the Drug
Store of Black & Buttery, where the
plants will be delivered, or at my garden,
near Mt. Pleasant.
Mij 15, w4 W. J. IIESSER.
Last Notice- There are still a num
ber of men in Cass county whose taxes
remain unpaid. A respite of twenty
days is hereby granted, without penalty
or costs, after which time I shall pro
ceed to collect the delinquent taxes ac
cording to law, without respect of per
sons. Please come up and pay, "while
it is yet day," lest the time come when
costs will bo added.
S. DUKE, Trcas.
FOR, SALE- A good farm of ICO
acres well improved, situated within
four miles of Plattsmouth. For partic
ulars enquire at the Herald office.
Farm For Sale.
I have a good farm for sale, consisting
of lGo acres ; 100 fenced, 00 under cul
tivation, and about 6" acres of timber.
It id situated 7 miles south of Platts
raouth on the main thoroughfare to Ne
braska city. For particulars enquire on
the preuiesis, or of Hiram Davis in this
A. M. P. WHITTIER.
April, 2C ml.
Prot. Ens. CnrRcn. Services on Sun
day in the Brick School House, at 4 p.
Notiee is hereby piven that Mrs. Isabella V. Jon
atd A. H. CopelHoJ have mailt; .ai-pheatiuii to the
Prebve Court to be appoint-il Aiiministratr ix; and
A'liaaiUtratur of tha estate of W ih y Juu-s, late de-ce;i.-e
l, of Cass Ceuuty, XehriskH. TheCeurt will
h'.-tr ai'l i:pi.!icutiu fur si't appoiiitment oa
l-'iijay, June ZOih, ISCo,
atlloV'.'ck a. in. f .said day, at whic'.i tiuio all
perous iuterosifl can appear.
Viiii. -sn;y hand and fih ial seal , this 21
L. k day of Juue, A. 1. lsuj
1 11. WIIKELFK,
w-1 rrobaf Ju'tjje.
Ilieila AreiiPtGp'Tge V". Archer and A lOi"nso
ArcT.er w iil :ak n tiCL-, ih:it John Kai lia: t and Su
au J'.ai lia-t did. "n iWft 7l-i d.iy ct June, A. I. lrd."(
fi'etli'jir bill of conpfaiut in the Uiptrirt Cr.n: t of
tl.t 2d .ladirial l?sti in itiiin nn 1 f.-r t'as county,
N". T.. !.'! ii t "i said I..al.-'.I.-v Arc!'r, dVor-e Ar
rVra'i l Al;d.ono Archer, il. f.-i, J.i:its, M-t'iinr !"i'.i
ttint "no llaviJ I.. A icljer .-"Id lo Iho p luiniiif, Sti-au
Karbart, wi e ot tli aid J.dm Earii.i: t, the tollowiHK
d' S.-i i'.j d piHaiics, io-w it:
VV-t 1 ,-r the S.-ath li:ilf of the
Ni rth li-iif 1-2 of tb C.e Sji.th Kat quarter 1-4
or se;ti-ni :!:irty twj to-vii iwi'.e r4irje
f.jurteea M Kasf, in Ca coiusty, N.T.
l;nt that iu nvikiiij out the deed of conveyance,
said David 1.. Archer made a mistake; and deeded
ihlieretit aad other laud to the nxul S isan Karhart
The faid Archer having ince died, deleudant; being
Lij heirs. And praying that aii mistake be correct
ed, and that it may Le Jcer ed that a Ma.-ter of this
C if t make unio the Ki id Susan Kar'tart a deed to
said premises, upon failure of defendants; to make
tlKiame. And that . he said Isabella Archer, tieo.
W. Archer and Aip'oonso Archer, are hereby natiDed
Ihttlhey are fquirtd to appearand a iwer t-a id
bill of complaints un rr before tlie 4ih il.iy of October
A. D. loj.it LiB(r the secund day uf the next term
of said Court, r jud;ei!ient will b rendered gaitjAt
theni according to petitioners' prnjer.
Dated Jun 7. ISCj w5
T. M. MiH'STT, S ,1 for Complainants.
J. B. Jennings and Iterjamin Child?, )
firm of J. B. Jennings t Co., Comp's (
vs. i In Chancery'
Wm B. Warhritton and KlUabeih V
Warbrittou, Defendants. j
In pursuance and by nirtue of a decretal order to
me directed Irom the District Court of the 2d Judicial
District in and fur Cans couuty, Nebraska Territory,
made in the auorc cium. ami bearing date on the
th ilay of .ftine, A. I. 1S81, beinjj a special term of
said Court, I, the subscriber. Master in Chancery for
t-aid Court, w ill sell at pubiic vendue, for cai-h, to
tlie hi-'he-t and best bidder, in front of the Court
llou.-e in l'lattsinouih, N. T., on
Monday, the 10th day of July,
at t'v, o'clock i'l the afternoon of said day, tho ful
!ntvin described leal estate, situated in.Cass county,
The South-Kast qr. '4 of sec. Jso. tlirec 3 ,
and the North-East qr. V of the South. We.-t qr
of fic. Ho. three 15 iu owr.ship So. twelve
I- north ot range number twelve 1 east of the
Ctu P.M., ia Cans coutitv, N braska Territory, and
con ainin two hundreil acres more or less, together
with all and siii-til ir the improvetneut. lo-redit.i-nients
or appurtenances thereon or thereto belunir
ina or in any wis-, app rtaimui;. To bt fold a3 the
property of tlie derend nits in the bove caue, to
.-ati-fy sai 1 decre , the auinuM ol wliie:. is two liun
dred and iirty.fottr dollars (T-."l) and interest from
the date of said 'lc:rei', and costs of suit aid sale.
Dated I'lattsmoutii Neb. Ter. 7th Jane. A. I. Sl.
F. M DOKKIMiTON.
Master iu Chancery.
Those in want of
can find them at Clack, Buttery & Co 's
or at my farm near Mt. Pleasant; at
3. ct. per IIuiKlrtil.
A liheral discount will be made for lots
of one thousand.
May SO, W. J. IIESSER.
Notice i hereby t-ivn t ,11 persons interested,
that Jacob alley has made application to the Pro
bate Court b make final settlement of his Adminis
tratorship of the K-taieof Joseph Y. Reese doeeasxl
late of Cass county, ebratka. The Court baa ap
voicted Saturday, June lllh, 180-3,
as (lie day to mako i:ch settlement, when all par
ties interested can appear.
Witness my l and n.l ssal of office this
!.. s 2Tih day of Jlay, lf..",.
1). H. WITEFIKR,
May 27,1 V..V-W3.
Nolice is hereby piven that E. I Coleman has
made app:irtaion to be appointed Administrator rf
th t'.nta.e of J. Y. Iv',ia, late deceased of Ca
County. The Court will hear mid application for
appointment a Adiiiinistrt'r, on amnlay, Jn'y
K, l-oo,:it lo o'clock, A. M., in Plattsmouth, X.
T., at whi' ii tune, all pe;s ,i.s interested Will ap
pe;ir. 'A'itnes my hand and seal, thi s 20d day of May,
w.). D. I'. WHEELER, Probate Judge.
AMcCormlck two-horse Beaper, in
p;cod order. Also a Threshing Machine
ard Horsf? Power.
Apply to Amison, Dovev A Co., or
J. E. DOOM.
4t Weeping Water Falls.
Genta Furnishing Goods
&c, &c, &c.
Also a laree lot of RCIiBER GOODS
and REVOLVERS always on hand.
will find it to their benefit to examine
my stock Leforo purchasing elsewhere.
Cash paid for Hides, Furs
and Wool. '
Plattsmouth, May 25, tf
We have opened a
S3 "3? O
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,
Where we are
Offering and arc Selling
Usually found in the Provision Line,
We wish to buy all kinds of
For which the
will be paid
I n Money
f JSThose having such articles to sell
will do well lo call and see us before
TURNER & GOODING.
Plattsmouth, May 22, '6-5.
Whereas on thi day arneared Andrew B. Taylor,
Administrator ol the estate of IK Y. Archer, lute of
Cum onnty. N. T , and makes application to make
a fiuul fettlenient of his .Adininbtraloranip, there
fore notice is herehj giren that the Court will nuke
such settlement on
Wednesday, June lAth, 18G5,
at the otle of the Probate Court in Plait-mouth, X
T.: lrol led no on'-' ai j-iars and i-hows fcood caue
whv such settlement iiould not be made.
Witneti my hand nd seal, thi l'ith ilay of Mar,
IC"). l).u. WHfHLKIt,
yvS 1'rob.ite Judge.
Notion 1 herel y (rivon that all rrsons having
claims arnin-t the estate of J";in rctt, Jr., dtceas
ed, lnuft tlie them ith toe Probjte Court of Cass
county, N. T., on or before the
5lh day of September, 1803,
t wh:ch time a hearing will be had of all claims
thuxfil- d. All ar.-'mi.i or demands not prevented
O'l or belore ihat rtar will bo forever debarred, un
less specially xenii'teU bylaw.
Witn- my land and oKl' ial eal thi 16lh day of
Slav. 1M.6. 1. H. WHKtl.KK,
J Probate Judge.
ATTOUNEY AT LAW,
rLATTSMOUTII - - NEBRASKA.
MURPHY dr GLENN,
Main St., opposite Platte Valley House,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
Have on hand a large stock of
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
BRIDLES- WHIPS, SPG IIS,
Curry Combs, Brushes, Cards, tfce.
Outfit a Mule or Horse Train
With everything in our line, on short notice.
Our, motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits."
Kcpairln? done at all times at reasonable rates-
BLACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for Bfiedicinal use,
Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs,
Farmers, freighters and pJiysiclans
Will find jour stock of Aledicines complete. Warranted Genu
ine and of the best quality.
Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Pilled by Dr. ZSlach.
riattsmouth, May 1st, 1S6-3, tf
E. T. DUKE & Co.,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, Japaned
AND STAMPED WARE.
We keep constantly on hand Emigrants' and Freighters
Such as Camp Stoves, Frying
Camp Kettles, Yc. e also Keep unain rumps anu
Fixtures, Hydraulic Cement, Sad Irons, Fruit
Cans and Jars, Lanterns, Coffee Mills &c.
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting lone on short notice, -vitli
neatness and despatch. Are agents for the sale of Stew
art's celebrated Combination coal or wood Cook Stove.
Give u.3 s call we will not be undersold Main St., South Side, between
Second and Third Streets,
KLUrSER & WISE,
; Dealers in
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
Coal Oil Lamps.
Wo tit" a!so spent.' for llie Buch nan Voclon
Mi-., of St Jo. ph, llo., and have u jw n lijnd a
go'd a. fortji' iit of
wirich wo Ti-i V'-' rcct ivi d on ccuimiseion, and are
IT-pand to esciaiigc for
WOOL OR CASH,
Ktvcry rc.i-m;iV. ir-Tirf. tf (iive s a call,
i ii ; door . vf the UujtALa ollif, riatifinoutl',
:'d.y I's V.Z. tf
Retail Dealers in
and Fancy Articles Generally.
Pans, Skillets and Lids, Ovens,
CIIAS. VOGT & CO-.
Cor. Main and 5th sts.,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA,
LEATHER AND IRON,
SADDLE &. SHOE LEATHER,
Findings and Tools
WAGONS, PLOWS, &c.
CF'Orders Promptly attended to.
T5SE TKIKriXK for 1SC5.
T! .' MiiU-ify ami Naval fui'ic.";" of!S(4. with th
nl :. : -uj r"-"ult of cur l"rrc'le nlial intest, hava
lilt"! .i lu avy w ilit from tic l.iat of tlie ltl
xi : i 1 1 j . us f f tir rouuti ymen. It is now felt. Ufa ly
lli.e u ti" have bi t n distrustful nd faint I.artr4
that ttir l uiru ia to eiDrre tiiumphant fiora the
Vail! v trif wht-reiutu she id wickdly prclpl
tatd'l y her assailants, and tua I slavery, her re
li'titless fou.i a t" encounter the rte of Hainan. Tli
1-erils of foieign iterveiitioti and of Western insur
rectian are suWy passed; Abraham LixroLN.I no
! npi-r assailable aa a choice Jof the mluoutv. h' li
tho helm of Male f--r four yoars l )ngei; th leh iiioa,
pa!paily wvakeufd by it drff at anil low, Ourlnc
the pasi year with it credit bo reduced that it
jiursc-l iir-r cllicially dVciarea that its Treasury
notes c;t oul v be exi'hanir' d for coin at the wo
twonly-Cve lr one, while its bond command but
tix cents on the iloltar-but awaits the blow whieh
(hall eihmi Mi ike th: su'r.rd from its paracidal hand
and remit its master spiriis t the justice, or it may
! to the c'e-n"m-y, of a s 'rely wn nited and jntly
incensrd but fortearin); and nug-auiinoun paople.
Such are the ani-pics which justify ourfiiitb thai tha
pr-esmt year will ee the Stars and Strip'' Ihwt on
itill''ui.'ed from every battlement in the Kepuhlic,
and the pcrf't-t law of Liberty for All immovably im
bedded iu the Constitution of our Union.
Tiik New Cokk Tribi-si, founded in IS 11 . will en
ter upon its twenty-fourth year with quickenetl
hopes and i nlarp' d ineans of nsefuinesa. Its priuci
jileM noeil no re st iteiii' iit: its aim are the dilfusion
of iDttllij.-'-nce and the iuoculatio of a spirit of Kre
dom and 'Humanity. When this truth Khali have
been generally recognized and e.tal lishe'l as the ba.
ais of our institutions and poit'y, that injustice to the
poorest, the wakest, th' most despised. Is a fearful
mistake that no community 01" state can afford to
wrug-even its humblest nienihei tli'n will our
land ba k once more iu the calm sunshine of peace
The Tuiuusk has for the lat year been published
without prortt to it proprietors, solely because of the
depreciation of our cum nrv below sr-ecie standard,
compelling us to buy puler and other materials at a
cost considerably atiove the amount rocei red from
our subscribers. On our weekly edition, tbenetlosa
has amounted to several thousands of dollars whilw
our lame receipt from advertising have been wholly
obsorlied by the extraordinary exponses for Corres
pondence, Teles -aphinir, etc., devolved on ns by tho
war. As we do not suppose our patrons desire that we
should w..rk fur theni at our cost, and prefer n t to
be patronised by any who may desire iu we have
aomewhat advanced for the ensuing year the prioea
of ourrVnii-Weekly aud Weekly, as we had already
done with those of our daily editions. TbU lucrease
is purely nominal; there never before was a tune
when the farmers of our country country .could buy
The Tribuno for so iittle of their own paoducU or
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Address HARI'KK 4 BROTHERS.
FiankliH fquare, N. Y.
Filing Claims against Estate of '. A.
Notice is hereby given that all pernns having
claims against the estate of l'eter A. .arpy, deceased,
late of Cass county, mu.-t li'e them duly authenti
cated bv oath, with the Probate Court of Cass coun .
ty, X. T.. .u oi l.efjre the SECOXU UAV Of JAX
L'AKV, Is'i:',, at winch time there will lie a hearing
of all claims tuns filed, aad an allowance made by
tlie Court of all claims proven to be just.
Witness my baud aud seal this 15th day of Mar,
IS'' 1. 11. WHKKLKit,
May 15, u.3 Probate Jude.
Jfotice is hereby given that James Chalfout, Ad
ministrator of the estate of Wm. J. Hakes, deceased,
has made application to the Probate Court of Ca
county, X. T , to make final settlement of his Ad
ministratnmhip of said (.state. It is ordereu that
final fcettl. rient will be made by the court Willi'
said Administrator on
Thursday, Juno Tjlh, 18G5,
if no one appears and shows that such settlement
should not be made.
Wit lies my band and cflkial seal on this 15th
day of SUy, l-;5o. D. II. WHEEL Kit
v. i Vr bat- JuJje.