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Emkci.u. Notice. All j "oik iuut
be paid for on dt-llvcrr.
C"?ri0C3;icli- is in Atlanta, where !.c
jruposrs to settle as tuo tciitor or a
TIt is s :M thi.t "OrJ-.-ris Heaven's
f.r?tL:i'.v." TIi .J order to hang Jeff. Davis
will cofiu un.i:r that Iictvl.
. r Jlstcn-ive r reparations arc being
made Lv tli ? I ni-iu nrotLeri!i . at I,3u-i-ivill
fr tlu lr Crst annual p itnic co the
l.h of Jul".
Tin: I. ouisvilie Journal proposes to give
the viiiol'j if .Shcrmun's army now col
lecting r.t L tui-viil an old fn-diion-rl
Kentu- 'cy 1 a: !aciir-iii the fourth of July.
v"-r;- '-t'-rn nv.:I has l,-!i pti-l'y
hthir.d l.:t:. ; f jr th Iat two wciks,
cOKS'.'oisctitiv we ha f- Lcea bhovt of ci
The Tate? IIouo, in S: Joseph, Ins
been sold f r the um of $"J,0!J0, and
is to be converted into a Female Seminary-
Fire Works. Ivleper & Wise have re
ceived a la-ire lot ot lire-crackers, rocket,
torpmloe, en 1 all manner of Extures f-r
C S" u have ro 'ia on oar suWrribth'm
book fcr n few more names. Who will
ha the lu :ky or.-;s. He lively if yoa wi. h
to pot th" hum-' as veil ns p.ncral nevs.
'1 1. I'iirnnTS Cl'i'.) v. I'd meet at
the Sheriifs "i;'i-o in this city cn Saturday
next at -2 -ek 1'. M- Let there he a
full turn cu, ar.d a r newel interest
inaaife.ited in this poci' ty.
CfThe 1 r'.d-e on tec aid t-treet is at
last cotsi'.etcd, a b.-ist so far as to ena
ble travel t r-s-i'.'i" its oi l char.r.-I, and
the lotv-r art of Main street is becoming
'i'.v ''voiin: bloods"' were arreted
bv M uh-a".
n hi v for fa.-t
driving and di-tur! ' i-.s the f eaee. 'Ili-v
were t-:k.-n before M..;.vr Cot. per, Hiu-d
f.ve ib.Iari each, and sent on their wry
CTMaj- j i- oi ti.e 1st N -b. Vet.
Cav., is in tuuii liukin; ruler the organ
izatien, in cuniilianeo with Military or
ders, oi" tr i'iis oing west. Tlie M.ij. has
cii tr o of the organisation t:i the Mis
souri t'; r.
C-J'lr. A. I.. I'tiild, wf 'leu I ii , take?
the lead in Khubarb, far as I njth of
ftilk is c u.eern-d, h-tving presei.ted us
witli somi-' iii:.-:t-urinr t'tr ' " r ;'.:( ';.
That of Mr. I'aivei is rtill iJiead in cir
cuiaferen f tem.
("V"' '"r fellow town.-Tnan, II n. J. W.
Ch.lJ Pl'in. goes to (;:)ri!il in ;i f ..v irs
to sf-ist th-; Superintendent, II. 15. Tay
' r, in rrnnlng the ii:i.-hinTV of this
In !.n I : -r ri.-t. Chapman is a thorough
bn-:n.'s man, and will te-p thing, in
, "rJ l -.2 ll ler- .n, ..,f t!. rnlte
S: -s.'o'irt f.,r the Ili-t-rri IHstrtet of
Virginia in a recent charge, held that the
t'riiis of parole agreed up m with (J mor
al Lee, were a mere military arranment,
and e')uld have n) in:l::ence upon tho
civil ri.'hts or Ftatus of the person ii.te-r-
C S t e d
CS'' 'e see hy o.ir ex.-hanges t.'i it rre
perations are bei:; made in almost every
town and 'naTuh-t for an extensive Cele
bration on the coming -1th. There never
was a time when true Americans felt so
Ftronjr a desire to hvae an enthusiastic
Celebration as the present.
.Another train of ecveut v-five wag
ons rolled out on Mor.dar, loaded with
machinery for the western mines. Men
who have larg; trains, heavily Iiaded,
take some pains to inf .rtn tlienis.-lves a-
to the best route before atartiii'i west,
and almost invariably come by wav of
C27"Serg't MoMakeii informs us that
he h i organized over 2oO wagons at this
oint .i. --2 the lith i.ist. Owr e f
these are f.-f i.ht wjig..n, capable of ear.
rying about U!.e hun.Jrul :h.,t:ti.iJ j.uun-Is
of freight. Think of that, yc men who
think there is no business transacted at
this point. Ib.-.-i Ls this, there are still a
large number of wag33 lying in camp,
and others are coiitantlv arriving.
J9We had the pleasure cf visiting
the garden of .Mr. F. i'orbs, on Monday
last, where wo found frutt trees, vines
and shrubbery, besides all kinds of gar
den vegetables. Mr. four acres in
cultivation, all of vhl h is kej t clean,
and is tastily arranged, lie has corn
that will be htrgo enough to eat by th
4th, and most other vegetables equally
advanced. Altogether, Mr. Forbs lias an
extent place, the "right distance" from
the business part of tcwa, and will soon
have all kin Is of fruit in abundance.
L?'W'e hear a continual call for men
to drive teams across the plains. Large
wapes are being paid, and young men
seeking empWment ;tl t!ie we,t f:nj
it to their advantage to come to Phitts
taouth. The wonderful incrca4 ;n the
i iQouat.'cf freightir..ionefrom this point
- h caused this scarcity of drivers. The
contract recently let f or transporting
'overcment Supplies west vriil inereace
thedemanj for teamster it r.Tlu;r;n,
I!"1-5':""H) wagons to carry the amount",
-there are eny of i !le men throughout
the country, who can thus find honorable
Md lucrttive cmrlovmont.
f "f "ifty-sis boats have left the port
of Sr. Louis the resent so.ion, for Upper
Missouri, with freight for Idaho.
Circus. As will bo Beer, by refcrinpjto
oi. r advertising colninns, Geo. W. lella
ven & Co's.Ur.ited Cirius will exhibit at
this City on the 4th of July. This com
pany is f poken of in the highest terms of
p-raiso lv all who hare witnessed their
performance?, and we doubt not they will
fIve entire satisfaction to this community.
The wonderful feat of .Signor lllis?, walk
in a ceiling feet up p.nd head down,
will be well worth the admission price to
either tho curious or the ' philosopher.
Urin out tho young folks and let them
see the Comic Mules. It will do them
good, an J furnish them a subject for con
versation for months to come.
Gkeei.y's H.'stcry. L. Hutchinson is
the agent in Nebraska for the sale of
Greely'd History cf "The Great Conflict."
lie is now canvassing the lower part of
thi Territory. Let every one who wants
a complete history of the rebelion, secure
a copy cf this work. The Crst volume
commences with 1770 and cxtendes to
If 02, giving a history of the cause of
the rebelion, as well as the transactions
since open hostilities to the Govercmcnt
were commenced. Hundreds have been
waiting to secure this work, and now tho
opportunity is offered.
?Ionic. Past Grand M ister Wheel
er an 1 there; rrscntatives to tho Grand
L.-dgo, from this place, returned jester
il iy in high tpirlts and brimfu'.l of
Ih owiiville courtesy !Lc. They dielare,
they liuve rarely spent a jleasnnter
we-.k anywhere in their lives, and all
e rd'.al'y unile in praise of their Masonic
ir.-thren and the citizens generally of
They were not only frnternally receiv
. 1, but hospitably entertained in iruo
M isonie style; for on duly presenting
themselves at the Clerk's of!i-j-3 in tho
Iljtel with inquiries for their accounts,
the polite Landlord replied to each:
Your bill is paid Sir."
lb- iwnville is a lively, good-natured
fwn,and every Mason in Piattsmouth
wiilies it the best of success.
Tut: Pic Kic. From those who were
present, we learn that the M. E. Sunday
Seho-.l Pic Nie, on last Wednsday, was
a c iW'lete suecf:
The T'Toces.-ion, con-
s-.sting oi s T.io iwctuy wagons anj
carriages, from tTio city and vicinity,
m 'ved up Main street with th? StTirs and
Stripe. floating, an 1 the Ibrass Uand
diseoursing escellent music, and proceed
ed to FigatMile GroTe, where the grounds
were prepared for their reception. About
four hundred persons were present. The
tables were loaded "ith everything pala
table and more than "seven baskets" full
were left, after the appetite of every man,
woman and child cn the ground had
been sat"ued. The mln Is of the young
naturally require anmscii' r.t, and in no
other f.inn of amusement can the mini
receive the same moral benefit that is
rlvtn by a properly conducted Sabbath
School Pic Nie, where each scholar is
carefully guarded by.the teachers, who
feel that the rei-buis and moral stand
ing of the child depends, in a grcatmeas
ure, upon them :md tho channels of
thought into which they may lead the
young and tractable minds.
The committee, as well ns the little
ladies who presented it, has our thanks
for a beautiful cako.
FOR SALE !
Thirty desirable business and resi
dence LOTS IN PLATTSMOUTII.
Ten thousand ncres of prairie and tim
ber LAND IN CASS COUNTY.
Terms to suit cash purchasers.
D. H WllhKI.ER.
Ks-.l t:ttrt Akent.
Jmuc lu 3 CVmrt il ju-e, l'lat Miwuih.
N'tiee is hexeby given that the copartner-hip
heretofore cxifting between
the under.-ign-il, i- this day dissolved by
n.ut-ril con-eiit. The business will here"
after be conducted by M. lb Murphv.
M. B. MUK1U1Y.
T. P.. GLKNN.
Plaltsmcuth, June 17, lbo w3.
Taken np by the subscriber, "n his en
closed premises, in tho .South-Kust cor
n r of Cass county. Nebraska, on the'.lth
d iv of June, 16tj ". nvcn (7) old heep
:ind one lamb. Three of t!;e old sheep
are bhtck, two having white faces.
M nked with a crop from left ear and an
unJcr-bit from each oar.
une V2 v3.
The Subscriber offers for Sale, So acres
of iod hard-wood Timber Land, situa
ted 1 1-2 miles South of riattsciouth, on
the Missmri Ilivcr.
Also. ticrcs of raw Prairie Land, 3
1-2 ii'bs Southwest of I'iattsmouth, on
Piattsmouth, N.T., June 10, 1S05 ml.
For the erection of a Chnrch and Kecto
rv for St. Luke's Parish, Prot. Episcopal
Church, in Piattsmouth, will lie received
from the loth day of June, lSuo, by the
undersijrne i. Piiins, ie., may be seen
at mv O.'hce.
Piattsmouth, N. T., June 13, ISoo.
'n. Herald, corner of Main and Sec
ond streets, is still selling jrocerief, Pro
visions Farm Produce, &c., as low as
any House in the West. Farmers who
have produce to aell will do well to call
on hiui before disposing of their trade.
May 00, 1803 If.
Boots & Shoes A lare lot just re
cieved by, Am:son', Dovey &. Co -
Pistcls A large lot just received
by Am:son, Dovey & Co.
Patrotuzo ricme Institutions
All persons wishing to secure a sure
preventive from damage by lightning
will do well to secure one of those Star
Fluted rods, with Sprats patent Insubi
ters, and tho best plated Points. All
work warranted. Leave orders at Mur
phy & Glenn's shop, or with the under
signed. Having permanently located
in the Territory, I solictit your patronage.
J. S. WATERS.
Clothing'. If you want to buy Ready
Made Clothing, call at
rnlw4 S. Block's.
Boots and Shoes. The best and
largest stock of Boots and Shoes at
iulw4 S. Bloom's.
Revolvers- A new lot of all kinds
of P.evolvers received at
mlw4 S. Bloom's.
The Best Assortment of Emigrants
out-fitting Goods at
mlw l S. Bloom's.
Farm For Sale.
I have a good farm for Fale, consisting
of lG ) acres ; 100 fenced, 90 under cul
tivation, and about Co acres of timber.
It is situated 7 mils south of I'latts
r.iouth on the main thoroughfare to Ne
braska citj. For particulars enquire on
tho prcmesis, or of Hiraia Davis in this
A. M. P. WIIlTTIEIt.
April. 2'i ml. '
A Card to Invalids.
A C'.er.-ym.m, while res: In Si.ath Anieric as
a t:?-:iary, ci-VffTc1 a t?T? ar.d pit?-0 itinrdr
f t the rare- of A'erroui Wt-akne, Xarly l)eay,
Wnn i- s of tha I'riiury aal b tu'.nal 0)p:is, ami
tbe n-tiols t tia or Jisrd th t.reu.lit oil ly ban fu!
unJ vicioas hal.i'f. O leat n have hoen al
fea'Iy cine! -y this nbU reniL l?. Proaiptel by
et) btn.Gt 'lie nflliccd an! unfortunate, I will
fni therer::B f-r pr-'ji-iria a'1 u.-inj tlii msJ:
c'.re, in a st-jle l env-jtope. tj ativ see wh.) n :e l it.
Free if Ch'irje.
Plcaie iu'lof ? a post pii'J envnl.pe, adJrcssod to
AJ.Ire.-9 JO?KPII T. IXMAX,
Jane 23 Station 1. Ilib! Uoiifc",
New York Citr.
I.'hVei'a Anheiflc Tge Xf. Arehpr am! Alpti"n-o
Archer wilt titko lDtir.-, iht John I-arlmit ar.il Sa-
liar hut did. fn t;co 7th day i f Juno, A. It.
til tiirir 1 ill of C 'MpIa'nt iu the M.-tritt O'lU
ttie -21 Jn.ik'i il DiHlric; within in 1 fr Cs em'ty,
X. T., aMiiist tnj t-.tid Icutclla Archfcr, Geiri: Ar
cher and A1.1h.imo Arclior, liieii'laide, it tlii i.- c.iriU
t'. at .rii? liavid L. Archer s .'d t- the plaintiiT, Misuu
K.irhart, wi e (if ili f .'i 1 JobaZarLart, t!. iiiwinj.'
J. r:t.l ;irem:f, t.-wit:
SV.-t half 1-2 ir th-: S .nth half 1-2 of the
N..rth half l-'J "f tLe the Kuuth Eit quarter 1-4
of st.-cti.-ii thirty two 22 tuwu twelve 1- ratwe
fe'.irt-i n 1 1 Ka.-f, in l a..s cmin'y, K. T.
lint tl'at ii.i:iattii? ottt th- de-;.l vt cnvcy?nc
a:d lavi l L. Arther oi.ule a. tais'ak'.-; anil deeded
ditfep-nt :md otl.er land to tin ?ai l b ;S m Karlart
'i ll.- f.ai.1 Arih.T havin? i m-e diet, !. adaui 1 -Ing
lii.. lu-irs. At.. I prayin,' that -aid c.i-t::1;e be correct
h i. and that it :uay l e d. r'cd that a M.i-t r f this
Co urt make uulo Ihe Naid Sujjii Kar'tArt a dee.l to
sai 1 premise!., upon failure of defen. auts to make
the same. Ami that the said Isabella Archer, O-o.
s". Areh.-raiid A'.phnnso Archer, are hereby notified
that they are nquir.-d to appear and uwir !KiJ
hill of omulaint on or before the 4 ill day of October
A. D -j.'', it heiiiK the Bicoud i!ay of the next tonn
ofyiiil ('. urt, nr jnd---iii.'nt will he rend, red hf'aii.at
thcui according to petitioners pn:jer.
Dated Jane 7. w5
T. M. Mahv.fETr, S.'. Mr Complainant-:.
l'.dwaH ltuttery, l'laiut'ff. 1
11-nry K. Miuop, p. feiid't.
T i nry K 5-hoop, y i.i urn hereby notified tht
rm attact'.niei.c vas i-sued ty tim in favor of the
aboto t'lriliniiT, and v-ain.-t the jIkiti- ii t n.l l.t frn
dnt. fur ti.e sum "f Tw eaty 1) u.ars ,1 lc a .d
Two HilIt.-i and Ten L.'i.ts i:it- ret, a:.d 1 1 i ;-. 1 ft I tor
S atiird iy, Jaly liii.d , lsC t 1 ' oVh ek. A. M, of
said day", a? h'r-h t :() iu-l-Iii.tit will he Temh-red
Mraint v., -j. if y.a do not a;').-!! and -h.v cause to
the coi.trary. " J AM Es o-A El L.
Justiee ot Uie Peace.
l'iatt-moaili, June 21,
X otice i" ' rhy (riven that K. B ColPinan has
n:nd apt'.u-t.-. I n t.i hi: appoiuied A JnMPiftrator i f
the Kstii:e of J. V. lv irsoa, late decea.-ed of Ca
c'ouuty The t' oirt wiil h' ar sa id apidicatien for
ap!.on:tinei:t at Ad; .iini.-:ratr, on Saturday. July
l-i, l'iij.a' l oVl.n k, A. M., In PI attsiiioiith, X.
T., at which time, all persons interested will ap
Varans my hand and seal, thi 23d day of May,
w.S. P. II. WIIEELEK, l'r .hate Judge.
A frooi', Chcip and rrry Valuable Pujer
f.r J-li'-rj Mm, H'o.'? ', and Child
IX CITV, VILLAGK, AN'D COUXTRY.
Tarm, Garden, and Household,
Including a Sp'cijl D artment of Inter
esting and lnslruclice ltcadingjur
Children and Yuiith.
The Agriculturist i a larce periodical of 32 psfrt
bi autifaily printed, and filled with p'ain, prao.ieal,
r.-lialde oi-i.'inal matter, iaclu.liug huudreils of beau
ttlnl and instructive hDb'ravings in every annua!
It contains ca;:h mont'i a Calender of Onrstioi;
t ) be perforni d on the Form, i j tho Itrivxrd ut.d
Jiiriti.;i. in and, around tin JjulIUji p, elc.
Tlie thousatuLs of hints nnd sneu'e.-ti .ns civen In
every v.. lain. are prepared by practical, intelligent
Wurkiu'j J.Vn, who kuo'.v what they write about.
T!ie Jlitthitl? 7'f.f irt?nrt is valuable to evry
I! iu- ke. pr, affordiiifi v ry unny n-ef'il hints aa l
di; t : i' ns, calculated to lighten and f acilitate i:i
Th'i Department fr Ch!l-trei tin I Youth is pre
F ir-id wiili sperial car.-, to tarni-h not only amuse-m-riit,
bat ulso to jacah'at.j kuu Pledge and liound
Tkrms. The emulation of the Auirrimn Agri-cuituri-it
(inor- than 10o,oo : is so larpe ttiat it can
be furnished at the low pi ice of d .'.o a year; four
copies cue year, $j; ten copied one year. Hi; tw. nty
or mare, one year, 41 each; i-itufle c.pies, 15 eenU
3TitY IT A TEAK.
ORAXUK JL'DD, Tib. am, Trip'r.
21 Park Itow, Xew York City
The undersigned are prepared to do
ALL WORK IN THEIB LIKE
Gents Furnishing Goods
&.C., &c, &c.
Also a lnrse lot of EUIiBEIt GOODS
and KEVOLVEKS always on hand.
COUNTRY fERCH ANTG
will find it to their benefit to examine
my stock before Turcl;a:dr.g cleewhere.
Cash paid for Hides, Furs
riattsmouth, May 2-3, tf
PROVISION STORE !
Ve have opened a
(Ej Z jES.
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,
Where we are
Offering and are Selling
Usually found ia the Provision Line,
V. - 4J
We wish to Luj' all Linda of
For which the
Highest I rice
will be paiJ
.QThose having such articles to sell
will do well to call and see us before
TURNER 5c GOODING,
riattsmouth, Slay 22, 'Go.
J. n. JiDtiiD(f aa 1 Iteijamin ChiUis, )
firm of J. B. Jetininira i Co.. Cumv's S
vs. ) la CUancery'
II. Tl ... 1 - . . T " ' - . 1 .
in I), n iniriUMl ku i -citaaucn r
WarbritUiD, Htfen.lauis. )
Ir.ursinnce an.l liy nlrttie ff s di-eretnl orrtr to
ine directtfi frnm the li!-iric-t I'ouit cf the iM Ji.!icial
listrirt in anil f r Cass cennty, Nehra?ka Territory,
mle i:i tlie above cause, hu.1 hfarinft date on th"
,'ith ily of .nne, A. 1). lxil, beinit a ppecial terra of
FHid Court, I. the sni.aenler. Master 111 C haucery for
hat.! Court, will t..li at public vuilue, fr cafh, t
the lii:het Ld test hiiid. r, in front uf the Court
Uoom iu riattmn.th, N. T., on
Monday, the 10th day of July,
at fw. o'clock in the nfternoon of ai J day, the fol
lowing dtiiwribed leal estate, situated iujCd couuty,
The Smth-Eant qr. of Ree. Ka. tliree
and the Nonli-.jist ir. 4 of the Sonlli-Wet qr
Vi of tec. Xo. three 3 in owr.shin No. twflre
l-i north cf r&nfe nuniber twelve 12 east of the
CiU V. M.. in CaAScouatv. Netrak:i Territory, .!
contaiuknK Iwn hundrci acre more or less, tOff' tlier
with all and singular th wproveineutf. heTeiiita
cts or auLurtenances Ihereoa or tin rU) IktIodr-
iui or ia any wUe app ;rtainiuK. To l aold at the
properly cf Hie Ueren.lanu in the' nbove ciuf, to
auy t.at'1 decree, the amount of whil two hun
tired and liftv-four dollars ('-64 ) and interest from
tliL-date of said ileire..', and eoti otaOilauU salt.
latcd riattsiuoulU icl. Ter. 7th June. A. I. lt64.
i. tM UOKKINGTON.
; Jlii'.ot la Chiiittry
M. B. MURPHY,
Main St., opposite Platte Valley Hause,
PLATTSMOUTII, - - - NEBRASKA.
lias, on hand a largo stock of
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
BRIDLES- WHIPS, SPURS,
Curry Combs, Brushes, Cards, &c
Outfit a Mule or Horse Train
With everything in his line, on shart notice.
Mv motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits."
Repairing done at all limes, at reasonable rates-
BJ.ACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
"Wholesale and Retail Dcalersjn
Drugjs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, finishes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for Kedicinal use,
Dye "Woods, Dye Stuffs, and Fancy Articles Generally.
Farmers, freighters and physicians
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu
ine and of the best quality.
Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Filled by Dr. Black.
riattsmouth, May lit, IS60, tf
E. T. DUKE fe 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
Uamp Kettles, X:c. v c also keep nain l'limps anu
Fixtures, I Iydraulic Cement, Sad Irons, Fruit
Cans and Jars, Lanterns, Coflee 31iils
T3S WORK. !
Tin Roofing, Cuttters and Spouting done on short notice, with
neatness and despatch. Are agents t'or the sale of Stew
art's celebrated Combination coal or wood Cook Stove.
Give us a call we will not be undersold Main St., South Side, between
Second aud Third Streets,
PLATTSMOUTII. - - NEBRASKA-
KLEPSEU & WISE,
BOOKS a STATIONERY,
Conf e ctioneries,
Coal Oil Xja2i2ps.
"We are also agecU for' the Buehinon Woolen
Jlillx, of St Jorph, llo., and have iiuw a hand a
god nifortment of
which we ha ve recelvfd cn commission, and are
prepared to exchange for
: WOOL OR CASH,
at ery ra3onahIa jpurea. ' Jfth fiire ns a call,
etie door e.ift j-J the lira p n ' -''r rl;iilg"'"'"hi
Xetra:ka7 ' - . -- -
llav io, 1SC3. tl -
Pans. Skillets and Lids, Ovens,
CIIAS. VOGT & CO,
Cor. Main and 5th sts.,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA,
LEATHER MD IRON,
SADDLE &.SHOE LEATHER,
Fiinlin-m and Tools,
WAGOAS, PLOWS, &c.
- CiTOrders Promptly, attended to.
TSIK TKSROiE t'or Ef?G."5.
Ti.e v-iitary an.l Nvl (ntftrfas of 104. with th i -
Ii::. .' a heavy v.- ht fr..ii. th- traMi .f ti.e ho
, t of . L .-.utry.ue... it U l. w felt. u I y
thn-t- v hoh.ve on Ui.-tr.flu! r.U f.ir.t heait.-l
tlil . t;ui..u U. ttr-eTte tiUMihaut ficw - .,
:.:; v tu. u!. .einto she was a vw.kel.y rr.c.iu
tttte.rt.y I...T wailaut. and thai Mavery, her r-. .
Itn'.lo-, f.e,i t.. inconut.-r tho r.te ot llnmn. 1 h.f
t-r;!s cf forelcn it-rvu:itum al of Wt Mern lrsur
recliou re safclj passe 1 ; Abhaiia .
..... ,i .... - f th nilltt It v. h' II "4
the 'helm ofMaie fr t,t:r your loajei; Hie :eKl:..ju,
ralpauly weatened 1 y itsdefrats ui.d loe durinn
t.e J:it rear with its cro.tit so reduced that tis
pur'e-U-ircr ttUciaJy xir that its Treasury
notes c:m rnly be exelin(,' d hr cum at the rnfe
twenty-five for one, while i' bonds cominaml hut
fix cei.tx ou the dolUr-'-hut awaits the blow wlmli
thai! kovu strike the sword from Its paracid.il baud
nnd remit iu master .-i.irits to the justice, or it nif
he to the cleni. i.cy, of a sorely wrc need an l :ut.y
incen.-rd b it f ,;hearui,j and iaipamm.-us l eoj.ie.
SucU are the ituic which JusUiy our faith th the.
j.res.ut year will en the f tars and Mrip s 11 ...t un
chn iii-el fi. m every hattleuieiit in th- Kep-.blii-,
and the ierf et law of Liberty ( T All lmniovaHy
be-Wed iu the Constitution of eur V'nioti.
Tub Xe Cottu Tuiulm:. founded in 1S41. will en
ter upou its twenty-fourth year with truiekentd
luii aud . lilmjfd ineauM of asefuine". It- lriuei
rles :ice.l no re-sut.-ta. tit: its aims are the diifurlon
of Iut-lUdrj-C! and She iuoeulatio of a fjn :t cf r'r-e-.loiu
aud Humanity. When this ttu'h ehH.I L:iv
teeu peneiaily recognize.! nnd oatablit-hed as the b
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i.jure.-t, the waKest, the most despise J, is a fearful
iiK.-t ikt thitt lio onnu'iuily oi- btate tun a:t-id to
wrcn even itM humblest m-mbei thn will our
land ba k onre nioro iu the calm sunshine of pea.o
aud prosjierity. ,
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