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.inm K".-;i. jr., Kus l.oen p-
r;; of i ;.f Fii-.-t jti-l-clfl District
T 1 T I 11. .
in thi- tiTtif'ir.r- v"'p ,:ir " lv
p-rjj:r,i-; !.!'. will c untuTi'-!
so 'i :! - !-i.in and. CM Follows
liuiM1'".-'- "i ! l'n -f-
I: no kk.-s oi rca,
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v, ;;7i. :i 1. : . . .1. li. .. r llitf lici.. iliac
coni-.-s t- tl:'i c:'y.
rc'i'li J.-u 'J- y. say win at Iiarvest-ir.-j:
j.-.s i- n'liii'.-nc-.I in I'nion, Jacon and
Vi:li;i:.i -o;i countie.--, In Southern iillnios.
f tr lin uf ti.irry-six wnzom, four
luulo-! to r'.. v. i- ftliiTO yesterday,
:.'. . t. ..in of t-.ventv
h freijihS. for O. I..-n-1
th it J. .In ('. r.reek-
'.t.-.'aM;;h .. t:io sartinp; oint
,wr :i vast amount of freight the present
?en-on. Not lcs than five hundred thou
sand iMiun ls of freight has left here for
the west within tin; past week. Amn
ether train?, we notice that of C. IlurJ,
jr., with uhoatjone uhuudrcJ thousand
V'uii(J, oon;-i--tiii of machinery for a
Qaart.i mill which Mi II. jToposcs eet
tin"; up at or near Bunnoek City Montana.
H.' Ipk th- larst mill ever taken to the
fj IT The following dispatch was rc
ctived hy Royal Duck, lri., of Nebras
Salt Lakh, June 11.
(iivorr.rir Dotv Ii-"l last niht.
(Signed) " I). II- lUl-If.
Sup't Indian Affairs.
TIiM leaves Utah without n Governor,
Sec. Heed Lcin absent at New York at
V;i;Tli, . a ic
dri'.' i'f ' ui:c
vrv-t to-d . ".
i nri J
COn!i !erit of arrival t!
L is re.f.l.c i Cuha. His friends
t-j t.-ll hfv !i .v.n-, but t-peak
lar..- l. of
in --ri in th
i;:a!: : ;:r
rrvi-": ' '
la c I '
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the 11 I i:.
I: it . 11
t i : V
'i? ha e received a
:;r:if-!n of j l'uinineiit
States. C h and
M i ; J brethren
y t . at:-:. I th.'
at lii .;wnvi.i'S en
f t w n'y-t wi
ia i.'.o we-l
the .. .;
L; .cm. 1 f
llo'i-.':'' i- the li;li:n'
i i i ui -rly 1- ti wn f- -
1: h::s betn
a::d wi liTider-tan 1 will
t. av -i'.n: publh: in a
r. k, Imt i" vet
; : r, ;';:,:!y
:i th- d.ivVut
1 i.: '.'lit
the I . if, .
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I 'L-fore, an I v 1
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f n exhiti'.'fr; nt
TV.' man v '.
tliat ti iv,
visitors with r
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v. ... a ; ; ! ; n ee
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e.'i i.t f hii rtein.
V' .'. at f,r
; . : : r y kin :.
!a -;', of James
i ' 'i ." , wa s !i t
in at Fort f lail-ck on
t. II ; w as sh ,,t i v a
1 ;m-"-:,'J c.sii.; time
ha 1 -u:.--'.'ja.."!t!y
. s (
in les M
the. i o I i ; v
Instntt tl'n, Ori;i
i th; Ciiiii.ii
In in v.-hlch J!r.
:'r rail-, n-.d
, :. . i n-.ii !'. law, is r,-iv
the u'feat fail- at Chi e.i ;..
- i J.'r i-airs partner at
5 a-:-;, 1 in h:!din
i at the djor to entertain
. '.hi; -.-(.:i'-fa of the eav'y
: tyr Ire-.'i.h-nr.
C. :iV.-M.luU ..iic;! I?, t
, n t'..' 1 hh in.-t., mr.de
'i ' i. all by ae-
!i -r, the j escMt
:t -ne. For Lio-.j.-hah
cm .Ju !,;, Ceo. h
: r. hint of Public
i . i r Ik.v
v:-Tr, 15 1
fj2?"Vhlch of the following paragraphs
are we to bel'eve; or are they to be ta
ken conjointly expressive of the posi
tion of tha .V
'I'f on tho w hole, we are ;had that the
New Constitution of Missouri is adopt
ed." J'.ir., J n ll'.' 17.
"Wa are decidedly opposed t the
adaption of the new Constitution; be
cause it tramples under foot the rights
of at lea-t ten thousand of Missouri's
bravest and best suns." AVm's, June 17.
Are the rights referred to, the onc9
that Parson Drownlow sa-,-s are not for
Si -! i:No!.:. The .brakitin haa not
! ' n i m i since lat Wednsday, and we
l.d hot refer to the matter at that time,
;:"t kiiowin- but that publication might
!" ve.-umed within a day or two.
'i ll e editor and proprietor of that paper,
as we an: it:f.rm."d, was called east by
the dani-'ois illness of his wife who is
in Wa-diirii.-ton. bince he left, various
creditors have commenced prosecuting
tii -.r c'aiais, th c !.-tablisliinent is
now un i -r iittatiiincrit. ht:j uiilican.
(VitoMtit's 1 NQL'i.ar. Coroner Stnros
h 'l l an iii'j'n t yesterday upon the body
if ; ii unknown ni.iD.wli j was found
:' oiitin; in tie Mo., Kiver, three miles
north "f this City. U had be.-n st.ibbed
in t':e ri-ek ar.d throat four t'm?s, was
a thick s-t man. about ") ft. S or 'J inches
hi-h, liad on. wlien foiuid, a butternut
c 1 vd p:iir of pan4, lined, a hiciory
nn.h r.-hirt, and a cativas or duck ovcr--I
iit. One leather i-uprnder and one
caiivass one, :i blue or black corded vest,
and a piece of leather tied or eewed
around his left wrist, which was about
two inches in width. Also a left boot
i u his ri-ht foot, but he could wear a
niKuber 8 or 0, but the. boot was a num
V i- I'J. 11" w is apparently Z or 40
years of aj. t ut 'i '(..
lit filiations uu (lie I2iiss.
Accoiuin lo the provisions tf Gen.
Oriels No. -ll, series of lb(.;.t3 issued
on the 10. Ii uf February, the I'ust Com
in ii.Jers of J'ort Riley aiid Kearney,
are rciuireit u halt all traitu pi.ssintr
T -t, and t.roanie then: iu bodies of
one luir.'Ii i .1 arnieJ men under ihe coin
inati'i ('t a ;ia appoiiiteJ for that
purpose. TLL regulation lias since
he .'i C'alI ti.'i'.l to til! the Ii9sU'i! I IllV-
r !ovi;s, wnli the t-xjepii on that trair.B
from any of ihcin are required to be
-i :a:.i.-r ! in bandj of fifty armed n-eii
:i,?tea! of --i hundred. S-.-rg'i Mc
f.IaKeii is in the cityiur ihe purpose of
-rganiin.' tr.ii.is leaving this point,
t.i.'lvr the ul ove ineiitioned orders.
Thirty desirable bus;nos3 anl reil
LOTS IN PIVTTrjMOUnr.
'i'.-n thuu-iind acies of piiiirie and tiin-
LAND IN CASS COUNTY.
Terms to suit cash purchasers.
D. II. W HUIiKB,
il- .ii K:-'t Ak-nt,
fi.nrt H-iii-e, I'lut r-iiiuulli.
Ti?" I'Ih) Diaa'.a : . , ....3is t"
think that v ml 1 h-. a --more f .-.i-ibler"
route for th-: F- i'. l ,. to , ,-; f.t"
way i'f ;i :... i.. d ,.r , shan :
run down t!- bottora : ' ! ). th
I i nith of I'latte ! ufj:c 3t.n :iii Wcst.
The Ji' i'l.u'ii 'i' man cr: b'ntlv . s the
probability of th road h. in i han.-d to
t'ais si, Jo of the Platte, an i cm onlv try
to ri Jieul.j t!i- id.'.-:.
CVSteaauT Denver discharged a vajt
amount f fr, t at or h vee on la-t
TLur-.lay cvenln,:. inclu liax 'j ,'
pounds of n;a him ry for C. F. Ilendrie,
ef C i-ii'-.i L'. Aiiei.' i-c;i-
gers aboard w s:v.v ,', II. II. Waters,
late editot of the N ! ra-ka City J'n.s.
and (I. W. Sroat, Sh.-r:;Tf Droe county.
iney were leaairi a :.:
w it,! their
the rural district:
CSThe l-cal editor
Tlluffs .V' i I was ts
by a oowtrdly co; : er:
an article whlcii h id ::j
tt.e c f p.rliea I d )c;ri:i
J:. . '. - , '
of the Council
ailt ' l recently
':, btc-ius' Of
or' i ib . ,i.,y !.
Notice is hereby iven that tin co
partnership heretofore oxiatinj between
ihe uiidor.sineJ, is this day oifsoivcd by
t .litual consent. Th bii ::.n ss w ill here
after be conducted bv M. 15. M irjdiv.
M. 15. MLTtPl'lY.
T. 15. ;lf.nn.
Piiittsmouth, Jane 17, ISoo w3.
Boots & Shoes A lartro lot just re
cievtd by, Avhon, Dovey & Co .,
Pistols A larg;e lot just received
by Amisos, Dovey &. Co.
Tatrouizo Ilome Institutions
All peraons wishing to secure a sure
preventive from damn-re by lihtnin
will do well to secure one of those Star
Fluted rol.s, with Sprats patent Insula
ters, and the best plated Points. All
work warranted. Leave orders at Mur
phy & (jlenn's shop, cr with the under
signed. Having permanently located
in the Territory, I solictit vour patronage.
Clothing. If you want to buy Ready
Made Ciothintr, call at
Boots and Shoes. The best and
largest stock of Boots and .Shoes at
mlw4 S. Ploom's.
Revolvers- A new lot of all kinds
of llevolvers received at
iuhv4 S. Bloom's.
The Best Assortment of Emigrants
out-littin"; Good at
in 1 w4
Tarm Tor Sale-
I have a pood farm for sale, consisting
of lOo acres ; 100 fenced, V0 under cul
tivation, and about Co acres of timber.
It ia situated 7 miles south of ITatts
raouth on the main thoroughfare to Ne
braska city. For particulars enquiie on
the prenieais, or of Hi rani Davis in this
A. M.T. WIIITTIER.
April, 20 m 1.
IiO..-ila Archei,Uie.Tge V.. Ari li-r an. I AItihno
An-firr w ill laUo notice, lliat John K:ii tii i t and !u
fiu Ka' ha' t ! ..1. n tk 7tti d.-iy cf June, A. 1.
lite their bill of oiinplait t iu Ihe Distrii t Court of
ti.. 2. Ju lici.il I;-ti ict uitbia an-1 f -r Cas county.
N. T., Bt-aiiiRt tne f.iiJ I?ht.--llr. Ar..hr, Ceorve Ar
h,T and AlphoUM AfdiT, arlvlKlanlN fctlil. forlli
ti at one. D.ivi'l V. Archer .ld to ihe plaintiff, tuu
H4;,.i:t, i e or the Mild Johu EarLart, the loliowuij;
J . .i ril" d iiremi--s, to-wit:
W.rt ti .If 1-2 of th-s Smith Ii!Xl f 1 -2 of the
North hall f the fie th East q-.nirter 1-4
of et-ti n hi.ty itr. : town twelve t'J lauii'-
f.mrteen 11 Kmt, in C a:-i- county, X. T.
lint thin iu making out the (, f c.inveyance,
said Oavid Ij. Ari-br made a mistake; and deeded
liiHi-p-nt and o-lier lund to the aid b isau Kurb.-irt
The snid Ari her bavin? since ! n;d. defeml mtj le injt
liia h irs. And jra ini; thai ai-l rnistakt.- be currect-
1. .-iti 1 that it lu-iy 1 e l cr "e.l that a M i-t-r f thin
Cr- ui t make unto lifi -Hiii Humn Kartart a ilecl tu
:d jiremijes, u; oi ra.lure of l"'inila!its t ; make
'h'.-saiiic. And that lie sjid Isa'ueiln Archer, ieo.
W. Arclierand Aljit-onso Aieher, aie hereby ntilled
;htthey are reoinrt d tt ajipjr and diisttt-r :i id
bill of cienlaints n or before the 4ih il.iy of October
A.I). lsij,it beii e the g.eoinl day of the next te. in
of said Ci urt. r j'id',-in.'i't wil; be. ren lurcd .linrft
them iccurdiiiir to petitionere' piiner.
Kit.-d June 7 isr,5. w5
X. -M. MiHiH Eir, S. 1 far CoiioiUinauts.
Those in want of
can f.nd them at L'.aek, B utter v & Cc's
or at my liarden near Mt. Pleasant; at
23 ct. per EI im tired.
A liberal discount will be made for lots
of one thousand.
v. J. ii ess un.
Xoltre is hereby triven t.i all person? interef-tej.
tha' .' n-ob Valley h i made application t.j t 'ie I'ro
I .ite Coiiit to m ine hnal sett'.-m'.-n' f his A.Iiiiinis
t ato'-shipof the Ktatef Jnwjili K. )lf-t J- eeai-d,
late of C'.ns county, Xebrat'iJ. The Court lias fcjj
yoiiitiiil Ka'unb.'i', ,7m w? 17i'.', If do,
as the day to rrnke sii.-h settlement, w hca all par
tita iir.ei--:ti! iuu ai ear.
W-tness bind nnd seal of otik'e this
Tl. . STlli day ct ilay, lsti."i.
1. II. VltFRI.VR.
Vi uhule Judy,
':v 27, 1 vX
Xo'.ire is herel y piveti that K. B Cotemitn lnt
mild- ai.i'.ict ibin t.. be app'-inied Admini: tralor i.f
the i.-ue i-fJ. V. i'i- i-m-u, lat ; decoised of Cnsd
County The Court will le-ar said application for
appointment in Admini-t poor, on Sj'ur ;ay, Jaly
lsl, lv('.i.at 111 o'clock, A. M it. I'l iti-inoil h, N.
T , at which time, a. 1 persji,., i:.tu!etc.l wiil ap
1 e ir.
Witness my ban J aad j. at, th': s 23J it.iy cf May,
w:!. D. r. WlltEI.EIt, Tr. .bate Judge.
Tiiken up by the subscriber, on his en
closed premises, in the South Lust cor
ti r of Cuss county. Nebra-ka, on the'Jih
day of June, l&Go. seven (7) old sheep
and one Iamb. Three of the old sheep
tire bluek, two havinp; white faces.
Marked with n crop from left ear and an
under-bit from each ear.
June 12 .v3.
The Sub.-ei ibt-r oilers for Sale, S3 ncres
of jroi.J hard -wood Timber Land, situa
ted 1 1-2 miles South of I'hvttsmouth, on
the Missouri Kiver. N
Also. :V2') acres of raw Prairie Land, 3
1-2 mihs Southwest of Plattsmouth, on
Four Mile Creek.
Platfsmouth, N. T., Jun 10, 1 rsti-3 ml.
I "li ee
tor in t!.i I cm-'S t
.llant that L.j a!oiu is i-j-r:on.-.:.i.i..-
f r v ;iat may appe ir in the columns of
ll piper, anl that hj enn ren;-(ii!y be
't-uul at home" ii :inv one feels arrriev-
ance in var
r.-r. fn.., i..
ou. Iklilil.Jl tki.'CD
this cnemv of v
formeil thut 't e.'in .
el' by plowing a d -, fuv.,uw arj,jnJ
tae held: the worms w.li cruv.l into this
and can't gt out, when all th,u remains'
to be done, is to d;a-- a loo- ,i.r ... .
infirm u that
ikii.-.; i:s j ear-
o'; out for
NVe are in-
For the erection of a Church and Recto
ry for St. Luke's Parish, Prot. Episcopal
Church, inj'lattsmout'a, will be received
from the loth day of June, ISO"), by the
undcrsijine ' Pians, &c, may be" been
at my Office.
V. II. WHEELER,
Plattsmouth, N. T., June 15, 1605.
For Sale Cheap At lle Store of
Kh patr .i Wise, oue copy of "The
Washington Map of the United States,"
published in lcoJ. Call ana see it.
Wm. Herald, corner of Main and Sec
ond streets, is still sellinr Groceries, Pro
visions Farm Produce, Ac. as low as
ar.v House in the West. Farmers who
trench every few d its, and slaughter th ' n,,ve ProJlce t0 ee .w' e' to ca
i-sai.arrs hv "---' u l"m Dcire uispusing ui ineir nuuc.
1 i.ay oO, lb'oo ti.
ii-ub:uii'-.l iu l-u
.4 C!"f:!, Cheip ami r-ry Yalur.hl-t Paper
fur livery .Man, o, :, and Child
IX C1T1', VILLAGi:, AND COCXtUV.
ti i l:
Tarm, Garden, and Household,
Including a Spt ci il Department of Inltr-
etliiig and Instrucitr" lltading for
Children and Youl.'i.
The Agrii'ultHri'st M n laive periodical of 32 psifes
lo-.iiittfti ly pi inted, and filled with p'ain, praeOcal,
reliitlde oricinal luati-T, iiicludiug h'iudreiJs of beiiu
tilnl and instructive Kni;ravii.gj in every annuu!
It contains each month a Cat en !er of Oi er.itions
to be pt-rforui 'd on the I'dnn, in Ihe (h-rJinrit and
ttttriitii. ill and around the ictun(t tie.
The thousands of hint and 5ti::;."e-ti.B;i civn in
every vuiume aro pr-"pieil by practical, intelligent
Workirty J- n, who knr.w Ii ,t tl cy rite about.
The Iio'ith'il l L'i'iirl :iifi't is variable to every
I!ouel.c er, tT irdit! w vi ry 10 ,ny u-.cfal bints :;u"l
diteciou, calculated to li-hlca and facilitate iu
The f,,itimti) ' for 7iiiant an l Ymith in pre
p ned with spe ia! care, lo iurni-.li ot unly anone
111. ut, but also to incnlcite Luo - leek-'t: and sound
Tf.bms. The ciicnlation of th Amvrlcm Agri
rmlurM (more than lOn.ifl'O) is so larpe that it can
bd fumishe.1 Ht the low t-ric-e of l ;,i a year; four
copies one year, tea i-upies one yer. (f PJ: twenty
or more, 0110 year, 41 eich; bi-ajjia ivpies, lj ccul't
jLj-TKV IT A YtAU.
OUAXGE JUDD.rcn. dProp r.
' '-'1 Park Row, New Ycrk City
The undersigned are prepared to do
ALL W0BK IN THEIR LINE
S. B L O O M ,
G-etits Furnishing G oods
&.C.J &c, Sic.
Also a l.irrrelot of RCIiRFR GOODS
and REVOLVERS always on hand.
will find it to their benefit to examine
my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Cash paid for Hides, Purs
riattsmoutb, May 25, t
We have opened a
"X O 3E2.'.353
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,
Where we are
lYcring and arc ScHinsr
Uaially found in the Provision Line,
yin VmitA p&4.
We wish to luy all kinds of
For which the
will be paid
rySTThose having such articles to sell
will do well to call and see us before
TURNER. & GOODING,
riattsmouth, May 22, '(55.
Alt ill 5-15
.1. Tt. J.-nninps and Rerjamiu Childs, )
liria of J. 11. Jenninps Co., Conip's i
v. 1 la Chancery'
VVm B. Warhritton nud Elisabeth V
-Vai brittun, Defendants. )
In pursuance nd by uirtue f f a decretal order to
me lirec-ted from the Pistrict Court of ihe "Jd Judicial
District in and for Cass county, Nebraska Territory,
niadeintheaooreciiu.se. and bearing date on the
Sth ilay of J-una, A. D. lil, beinjr a fpecial term of
aid Court, I , the nubscriber. Master iu Chancery for
aid Court, will Bell at pubiic T'-ndue, fr cash, t.)
the highest ml best bidder, in front of tha Court
House iu PlaUsuiuuth, N. T., on
Monday, the Qlh day of July,
at two o'clock In the afternoon of aiJ day, the fob
hiK-in? described teal cta,te, aituated iu.Caj. county,
The South-East qr. ? of ec. Xo. three 3 ,
and the North-hast qr. '4 of the Mouth. Went qr
of ut. 'o. three ti in owr.sliip c. twelve
12 north of range number twelve 12 east of the
6th 1. M.. in Cass count-', Nebraska Territory, and
containing two hundred acres more or less, together
wilh all and singular the iuiproTfmeut, here!ita-m-nis
or appurtenances thereon or thereto beljne
in or in any wist- appertaiiita?. To be sold a the
properly ef ihe derendants in the above cause, to
t-atisty said decre-, the amount of which is two hue
dred and fift-four dollars (254) and interest from
th date nl said debtee, ami costs of ynit al sale.
Dat'--U r;a:traout!i Keb. Ter. 7th J in". A. I. 1;1.
I. M lx.'lIiU.NGrON.
Master m Chancs.-j.
MURPHY dr GLENN,
Main St., opposite I'latte Valley House,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
Have on hand n large stock of
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
BRIDLES- WHIPS, SPURS,
Curry Combs, Brushes, Cards, &c.
Outfit a Mule or Horse Train
With everything in our line, on short notice.
Our motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits."
1 chairing- done at all times, at reasonable rates-
BLACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Wholesale- and Retail Dealers.ia
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for ISedicinal use,
Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles Generally.
Fanners, freighters and physicians
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu
ine and of the best quality.
THE TKIUUii: for 1?G5.
The iTiiitnrT and NaTa I tnrcesses of 186-1, With th
auspicious result of our 1'resi UiUiul content, bars
lifted a heavy wiisht lrom mo rreasis oi " oj-
,.f ,.n.,-mmln-mi-n. it ia now felt, even b
Ih ise who have been dwnistful nd faint bearttJ
that the l uien is to emerge f. iamphant from tho
lieauly glri! whereiuto she w.-iE n wickedly prtcipl-
tated I v ber assailants, ana ma i Biaei,, uu ,c-
lentless re,i a to encounter iue um in hiu.
penla of foreiiru iiervention and of Western insur
rection are safely passed ; ADKAUAM I.INCL,( UU
l.inif'T assailable as a choice Jof the rninoiiiy, hi Ids
ihe helm of Male for four voars lonijei; tile ifbiluon.
palpably weakened by its defrats and lo--sei durinS
the past year witu lis creuit so . reoueeu iuu un
purse-bearer ciiUiaTly declares that its Treasury
notes can only be exih iiii; d lor coin at the raie a
twenty-live for one, w hiie its bunds command but
six ceius ou the diillir-M'Ut awaits the blow which
shall soon fcti ike the sword from iU paracidal baud
and remit its master spirits t the justice, or it may
be to the clemency, of a sorely wrotiped and justly
inccuMd but forbearin and tniganiuious people.
Such are the au-pics whu-ti jusiiiy our faith tha' tho
present year will seB the totals and Strip-S float un.
ch.lleueed from every batticiiieiit in liie K- ublic.
and the jH-rfi et law of Liberty lor All immovably iin
beiWed iu the Constitution of our Union.
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Filing Claims against Eitalc of P. A.
Xotice is hereby piven th it all persona BaviD(r
claims against the estate of reter A. harpy, di:ejsil,
late of Cass county, must tt;n tlicni Ujly u!heuti
cated hy oath, with the rrnt.t Court of Cas court .
ty, T., on 01 before the PKCOVO DiY dp JAK
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Witness my hand and ae.i I this 15th dav of Ma",
l5 U.ll. WHKKLtK,
May 15, tn3 l'ruhut.iJudife.
Jfotice ia hereby givi-n that James Chalfaut, Ad
ministratijr of the estate of W'm. J. Rakes", tee-e'l,
has made application t.j the Probate Court of Cass
county, K. T , to make final settlement of his Ad
mlnistratsrship ofsaid estate It iocr)eriKithat
final settlement will be uiadu by the. court "wi'.U
said Administrator on : .. j
Thursday, June lji, 1S55, . "
if no one appears and shows that suck sct.leiar;..,
should not be made.
Witness my hand and efficial seal on this 15. a
day of May, lt65. i. U. ydZLLflk,
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