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WEDNESDAY, SEP. 13, 1803 j party and the Copperhead party.
!"" j While the Union men produce argu-
UXIO.V TEKKITORIAL COS- j men's, in support of their course, that
,, .,IT,E:VT,0- ' are intended 'to have weight only so far
inere will be a Tnin Territorial t i i
Convention held at PUi.Sn.oU:h o" the V lh?y ,,,a.y , W11
19th inst., at 2 o'clock I M.; for the i lue ,ssuea involved, and are intended
purpose of putting in nomination suita- I to appeal to the judgment and reason
lie persons as candidates to be supper- of men, and to their love of Truth. Lib
ted for Territorial Auditor and Treas- erty aml jU3tice we find thal lhe Cop.
ratio of representation will be he same j
as that fixed last year. A full atterr- !
dance, in person or proxy, from every j They invariably work upon th-? prt ju
county in the Territory, is most earn-! dices of men; and ly that means are
pstlir rjnTiociaH I r.t .1.,. T : J
,r"i 1 i
moment s cle av in nrpna nno- fnr nrr.
er representation. ' i
E. 13. TAYLOR, i
Cii ii Lnun Ter. On. Com.
VSIOH MASS MEKTIXtt. i
Tl. it..: r !
umu men w tnsstounty are
..tuwmue in i .ausmouui,
i viiu.ii, zt,i' l. lbtn,
nt o'clock T- for the purpose of j
choosing Delegates to attend theTerri- j
al Convention to be held in this city on j
lhe l9th 1Dt- !
CITIZEN'S OF CASS COIJXTV. 1
All who supported the Adminiatra- I
tion of Abraham Lincoln in crushing j
the rebellion an! who now support the I
present Administration, are invited to ;
meet at the places othMmg Elections
in their respective Trecincts on j
S1TURD 1 Y SFPT 37 1G I
, , , :
at 1 o cock. I . M.. for the purpose cf
elect.ng Delegates to attend the Coun- j
f V Pnnoiinl l.t I, .-. 1 I ,-. Ill 1.
on Monday, September 2-5:h., 1SG-3,
at 1 o'clock, P. M., to put in nomiua-!
tion Candidates to be supported at tht
The number of Delegates apportion
cd to each Preciuci is the sa.T.e s last1
year, and is as follows, ta-r.it: ' PIat:s
mouth 13, Rock B- 6, Liberty 2f.
Mount Pleasant f, EigLt Mile Grove
2, Oreapc.'i's" Louisville 2, Weeping
va'firz, i.voca 'j, &ouul Jienu 1, , ball
Ey order cf the
UNION CE2. COM.
f.IO. CCTUAL C031M1T-
;'s TEK.. . ...
Pursuant toJliecalt wLicL. Las been
published for some time, a portion- uf
the Union Central Committee met at
Plattsmouth on the 7i.h . inst. As a
quorum of the Commitiee was not pres
ent, and as a number :oF distinguished
citizens from various portions . of the
Territory were present, nher . som
discussion and consultation, the ' Com
miitee deemed it expedient to adjourn,
wiihoui taking any formal action ' upon
any subject under consadefaiion. Hav
ing adjourned, t.11 present assembled
in convention; and on motion Gov.
Saunders was unanimously elected
chairman, and J. W. Chapman Secre
tary. ' '
After some remarks from Judge
Kellogg, Hons. T. M, Marquette, ,.T:
W. Trpton, E. 13. Taylor, and others,
the following motion was. adopted :
,; "Moved that the Chairman of the
Territorial Central Committee is here
by reqj!ted to call a Dolegato Con
vsijtion to assemble in Plattsmouth on
September 19:h, for the purpose of
nominating suitable persons to be sun
ported at tha ensuing Fall Election fur
the several Territorial ofiices, and that
trie apportionment of representation be
he same as that of the Territorial Con
vention of last fall.''
On motion, a committee of three,
consisting of Col. II. R. Livingston,
J. W. Marshall and J. W. Chapman,
were appointed to notify the people of
the several counties of the action of
On motion, the convention then ad
journed. gSTVe have been shown a verba
tim copy of the ritual of the K. G, C.
order, as it was found upon the ptrscn
of one of their big guns ia St- Louis, at
the time of the breaking up of the gang
in that city. It is a sweet scented con
cern; and yet the members cf that or
der here in Nebraska have the audaci
ty to claim that they are loyal to the
Government of tho United States.
They assume a dictatorship . of affairs
in the Copperhead party, and find men
who are so thoughtless as to follow
them blindly. Yet we are hppy to
say that some of the sober, .thinking
men in this county, who have hereto
fore acted with the so-called Democra
cy, arc breaking oft from such leader-bhip.--
"jgfThe notorious Albert Pike of
Arkansas, now resiiing in Canada,
bas applied fer pardon. Two hundred
of the JIaTonio Fraternity indorse
Almost every individual in the world
j has a manner peculiarly his own of do-
iag or stating anything'; and while one
man will appeal to your reason if he
; wishes to convince you on a certain
j point, another will appeal to ycur prej
udice or passion.
In this lies tho difference, in their
. .1 . tv:
mode nt worliinc. between me union
Perhead3 ---refully avoid anything tha
's calculated to set men to i.hinkmg.
enabled to carry wuh them all such as
do not stop to reason whether t!ie course
ey arti pursuing is that of right and
'justice, but go headlong wherever their
)-It has always beeu considered
necessary by the knowing ones in the
i Copperhead party, to have a i:i:rqrer'
some.vhere within reach if thev ex-
pected to Ueep their party together; but
afer .four years of failure" to get him
in a shape that they could be euccess-
ful, we are of opinion that the Cops of
C couoiv have nt last "struck a
leaJ-" They declare that one negro
13 not as S00(1 a3 anollier anii tase
llieir hoPes of succes lbis fal1 uPon
that issue- Wel! ' "S in " We are
not disposed to interfere tn lhe matter,
II ij R "fail"'y i5?'lt " aiid ,lie Union
,uen l'Lli6 0UiJ,y are al':;'1'' t0 work
for jtjQ jntert-st cf our present inliabi-
t;in,3i anJ ,fave hl3 ioa Q be
lU;J t lhe . who caonol t0.
" 1 . .
rrLei Caere be a full turn out on
j ihe;i??J, in the different, Precincts in
die County,' in order that .we may have
a fair and full expression of the people
in the" milter of choosing Delegates to
the County Convention. It is necessa
ry tint the Union men of Cass county
act in unison, as the enemies ofg free
gevernmeu. are making a bold push'to
split air ranks. They have failed! in
the field, and nil that is necessary to
insure their fnilurH at tK ballot box" is
for us to present an unbroken, front.
Let every Union man turn out on the
23d, and consider himself a committee
of one lo aisist ia , the route of tho eae-
fc'Sr'We. have heard it suggested
thai some of the knowing ones in the
Copperhead party of this county, over
persuaded their rightful leader to make
a journey East jast "now,' for the reason
that he wa3 opposed to their political
advancement. Thls is sharp practice;
but we do not believe the Hon. gec,tle-
man's friends; will quietly subtr.ii" to
this kind -of .-chicanery.-. Ha'' ha?, in
days past, rendered the party efficient
service both in this Territory and in
the East; and his claims upon them are
such tha. they cannot b lightly passed
over. W: advise Lio friends to wntch
well his interests during hi absence, or
he may yet fail to receive the nomina
JIITLe Copperheads uf this county
claim that their negroes are a thade
whiter (or blacker, we are not certain
which) than those of Otoe county; and
consequently the negroes cf Otoe coun
ty are not on an "equality" with the
negroes of Cass county. What do the
Cops of Otoe cou:;ty lhi:.k cf the mat
ter i We "paws" for a reply. Don't
be backward, gentlemen; but if you
really think the negroes of Otoe are
superior in color to those of Cass, just
say so, and we think the Cops of this
county will accept the glove.
JCSyThe journalist who so far for
gets the dignity of his profession (if he
ever hai brains enough to realize that
there was any dignity connected with
it) as to use his own columns for the
purpose of abunng a man, merely be
cause he has had some misunderstand
ing with him iu relation to business
affairs, is unworthy the support cf an
intelligent people. We believe ia the
plan of holding a man's official acts up
to the light; and if they are found defec
tive, let him receive the scorn ha mer
i's. Hut we always take it for granted
that, the journalist who uses his paper
for the purpos-3 of vilifying lha charac
ier of some one merely because he
does not like him, is. a meaner man
than th'e- ene he attempts to injure.
57 What did the Copperhead Ce
Committee no ut rvebraska city, on
Thursday last. The 'eu has an
elaborate account of what transpired in
Plattsmouth cn the same' day, but fails
to give the proceedings of their own
Committee. How is it: has not the
"Grand Commander" got the thing fix
ed up in a ha thit ho thinks wi'd
win vrt .' 1
We de?ire to call the htteuiion of our
readers to thii Standard History of the
merican Rebellion, by Horace Gree
In its character and scope u has no
competitor among all the Historians of
We assure our readers that Mr.
Greeley's treatment of the s-ubject is
honest, impartial, straightforward and
thorough. lie permits public men, and
political parties, to define their own po
sitions in speeches, letters and plat
forms. All of his statements are well
fortiiitd with statistical proof, and co
pious notes; he goes to the root and
source. atd, with a master's hand, tra
ces the growing contlici. through the
entire period of our National Life,
I lis style is vigorous and inspiring.
In point of typographical execution and
beauty of embellishments, it is a work
of the very highest order. No intelli
gent American can afford to bo with
out it. The work is sold only by sub
scription. Vol. I is now ready for de
livery byjGeo. C. W. Sherwood,
US, Lake St., Chicago, 111., and by
their Agents. Vol. II , which com
pletes the work, is m arly prepared.
We advise cur readers to purchase this,
itc BEST HISTORY OF THE
Mr. Lyman Hutchinson, Agent for
the History in Nebraska, informs us
that he will be prepared to deliver the
work to Lis subscribers in this part of
the Territory iu a short time. Ileilt
also have extra copies tor sale jv those
who have not subscribed lu the mean
time, those wishing copy of the work
can leave thirliiame-s at this office, and
they wi'Ptie supplied, when the Agen
EKssSfWe would ask every candid,
thinking man in Cass count)', to look
for a moment at the leadership of the
Copperhead party in this county.
There are many - Democrats who, if
we mistake not, are n t '. disposed to
travel in the wake of the men who are
attempting to lead them. But the fact
is, that those of the party whose lead
ership these men would beHvillirig to
follow, have views oo near in common
wr.h the Union party to' need any sep
arate organization, nu J consequently
they work with us in the great and good
cause of maintaining the Union' of the
fitawr,' and -in discountenancing1 all
measures and men tha: operate against
this object. ' .
EST What Delegates to tha Chica
go Convention last, fall, from Nebras
ka, attended the. meeting of the K. G.
C's. on tbe night of tha 27ih ? Whit
one of those Delegates accepted'," from
the hands of C. E: Vullandighaiu, the
position of "GranH Commander'' of
Nebraska ? X'ln the Ncbrasl.a City
JVew3 tell us 1
5 JEjrDaniv.'l Andreas, postmaster at
Glencoe, Mo., who ! itely committed
suicide, It ft a confessi - n which has just
been found. lLIt says he murdered a
returned Californinn ?ighl years ago,
and robbed him of S10 000. He had
al;o murdered two of his own children,
and contemplated the murder of his
wife. Also, that he has robbed the
mails ever since he has been postmas
ter. krAll crops i:i Georgii except
peaches and apples are very poor.
Nearly the entire Suite has suffered
from a protracted drouth, not enough
cotton being made for domestic wants.
Consequently, at the end of the year,
the people will not hav e the means to
begin the work of restoring their ruin
td homes and broken fortunes.
7The Census lioard of the State
has lately equalized the value of rtrul
and personal property in Iowa, and find
it to be 8215,000,000, against SC7.000,
000 in 1SG3. The increase in person
al property has been greater.
Fort Connor, D. T., )
Powder River, Aug. 19, lSGo $
Mr. Editor : I .vish to communi
cate throush your valuable columns, a
brilliant little fijjht, i.i which Capt. I
North and his "Pawnee Scouts" nobly
upheld the honors which the Nebras
ka soldiers have heretofore given the
One of the Scents.' came into camp
about two o'clock on the afternoon cf
the I0:h, and repotted .having seen
some Indians passing to' the North,
down Powder River. Capt. North re
perted it to Gen. Connor; who ordered
him to take his company and pursue
them. In a few msnutes they . were
git mounted; and it was the most pic
turesque scene I ever witnessed; all
but the officers rode bareback some
in Indianfashion, nearly nude, others
with their shirts cn, and others with
their whole uniform on. About three
miles from camp, they discovered the
trail; gave the war-whoop, and storied
into :i gallop, which they kept up with
out intermission un.il they came to
where the Indian: had crossed the riv
er, and taken to the hills. Here ' the
signs became so very fresh, that the
Captain ftlt confident that he could
overtake them before dark, it then be
in Mmdo.vn. Lieut. SrraW was sent
bac here with fourteen men, to
take charge of their camp, and the Cap
tain with 43 men proceeded on after
Capt. North thought that he was fol-
lowing a !od
ge containing a family,
t'"Tcu 10 ije a "war pariy, vwu
had been over upon the road, and had
a fibrillin which one of the party had
his left leg broken by a ride ball, and
they were carrying him upon a t me
ats. He followed the trail as fast as his
horses could travel, until night, when
he moved more cautiously, fearing an
ambush, and wishing to surprise them
in their camp. Thus he moved until
near daybreak, whem he saw the camp
fire. He immediately turned olf from
the trail, into a ravine, to await daylight
in which to attack them.
At the first break of day, the Cap
tain remounted his men, and proceeded
in silence to where the Chevennes had
camped, and found that they had left.
He then started off upon a gallop,
knowing that tkey had not much the
start of h:s command and that he would
soon overtake them. They had travel
eied about one mile, when he perceived
the partv, numbering twenty-seven,
nil! It nrn..l . . U ., ... ...1..
ascending a hih bluff, about four hun
dred yards ahead of them. The scouts
with a v.-!l. anJ not verv much of a
scientific military movement, charged
up the hi'l 11,1011 them, killing seven
before the Cheyennes had reached the
top. Fi o n here it was a grand scat
tering fight; the man having the fleet
est horse, killing the most Indians.
The Curtain charged with his men, but
as his ii rse was u.ui quite as fast as
these by which he was surrounded, he
did not get to kill any himself. In the
course of half an hour the men all re
turned to him, bringing in ten mule
-oihfl sixteen horses, having kilied twen
ty-six men and one woman. There
was none of the '"scouts" iniured in the
least, butfthey had four very fine hor
ses kille '
They lien returned to camp, and in
the evenpa they celebrated their victo
rv in a aiontf scalD dance," exhibit'
ing the scalps and trophies which they
had captured. It was witnessed by
Gen, Connor a'D.I staff, and indeed the
whoie camp, who were as much rejoic
ed at iheir succes. as . the Pawnees
themselres. They did not obtain more
than ten scalps, the Indians being scat
tered all over the prairie, and the scouts
only haring two knives with them.
This is the most successful fight that
hastakm place since the v Indian war
has cournenced. !; V '
It iMhe impression in camp,' that the
Indiani are as yet unaware of our pres
ence in their vicinity; and the "scou's"
pvrfonhed their work so admirably,
mat tlis' party will give no intelligence.
.The? gallant Captain' and 1m 'scouts'
are tha heroes of the day. Long uay
they live! . . J
'"This morniug one of the scm .
instantly kilted "-by tho accidental dis
charge of a revolver; which caused as
m i ch sorrow as their success yesterday
caused, joy . -;.-
The .6th-' 'Michigan Cavalry arc
building a post here, which has been
nrhed in ''Genera! Orders" Fori Con
nor. It vviil be, when finished, the best
and most formiJal !e fort in the West.
Till; I'ICKSIDEXTS ItECOX.
The important question as to wheth
er the phcy which President Johnson
has so f;r pursued, in proceeding to
wards the reorganization of the rebel
lious Sta.es, is a tentative policy, ex
peiiiiiennl in its design, and to be fol
lowed ou , modified or reversed, accor
ding to .he dictation cf results, or
whether t is a policy fixed and deter
mined aid to be insisted upon this
important and much mooted question
has received an authoritative answer.
In a speech nt Chillicothe, Ohio, on
WednestJiv last. General Schenck
reported '.o his audience the President'
own declarations upon the subject, made
to himsef in a recent conversation.
In a full, free interview with Mr.
Johnson, only ten days ago, General
Schenck .vas assured by -the former
that he regarded the local governments
set up in the rebellious States oa tem
porary experiments, simply to give
the people an opportunity to show
whether hey will develop the ripht
spirit and policy necessary for a full
restormicTi to their proper position in
the Government. Whi'e regarding
ihem as experiments, he intends that
the militr.ry power of the Government
shall hold them in check, so that if
they be found straying back into re
bellious ways, the military will be there
to prevent them from again making
the trouble they have heretofore
The President, says Geo. Schenck,
referred to the course that had just been
pursued in reference to the Richmond
election, where the citizens manifested
their rebellious spirit by electing to
office the very men who had recently
be;n in arms against the Government.
It was with his sanction that the mili
tary authorities had 6et aide that elec
tion, and he gave this f.s an example of
what mih: be expected in other cases
of a shinier kind.
And so the Democratic dream o? a
conflict, next winter, between an obsti
nate Executive and an opposing Con
gress is rudely dispelled. If the Pres
ident's experimental policy with the
South develops satisfactory results; if
the people of the Southern States de
cently, honestly and sensibly act upon
the opportunity afforded ihem, reor
ganize local governments for them
selves in fair conformity with the new
condition ef things, do justice to the
emancipated negroes, and in all re
spects show themselves submissive to
the judgement of the court of war to
which they appealeJ, then that policy
will be approved by Congress, and the
Executive and the Legisluture will be
in acreemtnt wjih -achoiher. But if
"ontheothrr hnd, the orprrim? n'al
policy of the President prove? unsuc
cessful, developing an intractable, ma
lignant spirit in the people ot the South,
and a treacherous purpose to evade the
obligations of their surrender, then that
policy will be reversed, and the Presi
dent and Congress- together will concert
new measures, shaped by the instruc
tions of this experiment. It is the ten
tative statesmanship of President Lin
coln that Mr.- Johnson is pursuing.
Let the people tru-l him, without anxi
ety or fear. Buffalo Express.
. iW m '
IFd Q'rs Dist. Nebraska. )
September (5. 1S0-3.
General Orders No. 1.
In conformity with the following or
der from Maj Gen. Pope, command
ing the Department of the Missouri,
the undersigned hereby assumts com
mand of the District of Nebraska.
Evt. Maj. Gen. U. S. V.
IFd. Q'ks. Dkp't. or Mo.,
Oll lCE OF AssT AdJT. Ge.V.,
Sr. Loris. Mo., Aug. L"- 1SC5. )
General Orders, No i'O.
The District of the Plains is hereby
VI. . .The Dis'rict of Nebraska; to
include the Territories of Nebraska and
Montana, and that portion of Dakotah
lying west cf the western boundary cf
the first named Territory : Head
Quarters at Laramie : Prig, and Pvt.
Maj. Gen. F. Wheaton. U. S. Vols, to
The forces to bo assigned to these
several Districts will be communit ated
to the commanders in letters of instruc
The officers designated to command
the foregoing Districts will proceed,
without delay, to their respective Head
Quarters and enter upon the discharge
of ihir duties.
By Command of Maj. Gen. Pope :
Jos. McC. BELL,
Ass't. Adj't. Gen'!.
JKSCapt. 11. II Ccoley, of this post
ha boen relieved from djty by an or
der of Gen. Pope, coniuiaiidinjf the De
partment. The Captain is ordered to
ship the stores in his charge to Leav
enworth, except one thousnndc7t ra
tions to be retained and turned over to
the Commissioners who are scon to
treat with the hostile Indians of the
Northwest, nt Fort Rice. These ra
tions are for the purpose of entertain
ing the noble red man peuding the ne-
A detachment of thirty-five rn-Jti j
from Capt. Curran's Company, Nt- j
brafrkti Veteran Cavalry, which arrived ;
here yesterd&y, has been ordere d back
to the Plains to to-day. Omaha Re
;)il:liraii. Will 1 ati s. that cum,
j - tVariantu .1 eure r m i-av.-i,i
ttore of Hi. wo A. Th-i'.:i'.
S !-. jo -05.
TK02SAS C. CUES SHAW,
M ANfKACri. lit R or IM Pt.AI.KR I.X
Saddles and Harness,
BRtDLEK COLLARS, CURRIE
Combs, Spurs, lyishes, Whips, tj-c.
NEBRASKA CITY, - - N. T.
New Periodical Store!
A. K- WHITE CO.
A fall assomii"Dt of
SCHOOL HOOKS tjr S I' A TIOSER Y
Aiwars on hard.
Laics! Eastern Payers and Periodicals
n et iveel dcihj.
orders t'r.,in ptl;- filled "(Ttt
XFDUASKA CITY - . N. T.
LFVTLE A I' PL E-TR ELS,
To suit puichincrSf
All drstraMe Vlnds of Fruit, rowi, Ornmetital
Trees, iu uhr,.-iy, t r.'riu, &e , will !.! r;.rly f-r
delivering in I'lattMOoiah as eaiy an the lit of April
1500, ti litis ret.-. lTe-1 i y iiji.-j. IthM.
I wiil teU an assorted lot of Iry-(j jo l'. consisting
of Cnthn, t.'a'icoe-. 1 hints. B -races ilo-inil i.Ues,
i)il li ii t and UnlJ b iuJ Win l. w .-b.td s, Ked F-aii-ticl.
ir.eiudinif iieariy e eryilii.iS kej.t iu a rttiil
tore. Couiuieuciiio' !iii tiay :iii.l e .iitiiine tia' 1 ail
is sold. F. fi. WiUTE, Auetioueer.
IHHtistnonih, Pept.2d, ll-ri3.
For Sale by
Wm. S. WEST-
Mix Stadler. Msrtin Stadler.'Wil liain"
L'i onse, L. W. Muck, a hnn duiui; I
business in the n mie of t idler, II roth- I
er (Jo. Coiui'l-iuant.",
I.tt 'ier K. EoxTe.r, Phcl.e Coxley, Ta-
vin I'enice auj Miupiiiaa Uny 4 Ci
In I'ursua:ice nni by virtue of a deeretal order to
tne direcud from the office of the O Jerk cf the Ids
triet Ct'iu t. 2d J i.oici U liinriet in and for C in Co .
Nch-aulta Territ ov, made in the above rarre, and
be.ir nsl tlate on li.e llln div i.i Ar.rii l-6i, Ij-.i.e lha
A r.l term of .vd Coj:t, i, the -uh.vii'.or, Mas'er in
f hancety f.-ir :f,d ('rotrt, will sell at puhlie vetdun
fur c:n i to tlie bighn-t and l e-t Indder, ia front of
the Com t llooie in l'l.ittMiwmh Nebia-ka., ou
Saturday, October 7th, 18G-5,
at 10 o'o'oelc A. M., the following rloci'ibud real es
tate, to wit:
J.t number twelve 12 In bl k nunilr cn fl ,
south of the.p.ihiie m u'e in the ti.wa of Uock blulls
iu Cuss couoiy NcDiaska IVr iiory,
Tofjeiher it ith .l t be t 'nementt and nnpertennn
cb therein or thereto telouKmsr. To l e told a Hie
p-opt-'tj-rt ih; l. fcndai.t'. in the r,..ve fin e. t
satu fy taid tl,-cre, the amount r f which ii 10P7.42
and interest from diile of aid tic rte. to-eih-r ttiui
Piuttnnt nth, 3i pt. 5th, I S .j.
V. M. DOItRIXnTOV.
Master in Chji-.t-ery.
ir. roTTKXGKR, 5kl for (.rn.-t.
Nt tce i hertbv piven thit there -.f id t o sold at
public nale, on mi m'n'.l s credit, ibe p ito;..t. prop
i p. in -n.rt crt'iit. toe p-io...ti in i;r.--
c cf Wil.v Jon.., decea-ed, enn,iMinS
ses, Karaiitis Uttcsiis, at bin lat
C.a -iinrv. 03 sanirCr. .'en-.hf r
a it rni'n.wii.
ir tu me ebtaic
of Cattle, iiorses
A II COI'I I. AM
l'i: -i, S . limine .
I 'By vli! no of an rxrctiti .u iMU'd out f the DitU-t
I'liurt of the -ii Judicial District wit in ant! for tbe
ci uuty of C:tn mil Territoiy of Nebraska, iu a t-J nf
wliert.n Jii-net IV'tucs H ri.-tintitTnni Khim W.I1
iiiu.t i DeVi'ian', and t-t we JiroctdJ. I bave levit-d
tiiou. uui wi-l si U at pabiic auction ti thn hi'to t
ami bt-it bi i'ier, for c:i!i, in front of '.heCo ut llomtf
in l'Uttinuuth, in s-'.J ounty of Cast, 0.1 tlr--
7:h Jay cf October, 1SG"),
at 12 o'clock in. of .aiJ Jay, the fMUwin0' tleicrile! j
teal f.l;iie, t' w it- )
L 't s-ven " i i !:)'' thiny-ftvr- al-o 1-jt j
elp-nt in I'l'K'k llii' tv-eix Mi ; a!l o f ;i ii l. t-i e
iiiii attua tr1 i tht t'lty ol t-l itisiuo'itli, Ci ct.u-i!y, j
Nci'i-.ifka Trr.it h y. !
Take" a th- iiioit?rty of hno William", t-n.t !
fcutJant, to fti.-iy a Judgement in fnvor cf .Ikih.-s
Fiel.li-s. I. 1. (iAti1, Mii-nf.
elionff" Office, bel t, oth, 1C."'.
JasiiPH fliiwui-u will tke nut'ee that Sarah I.. C'i
&ntl l.-a.i; Owe did. ou the J l:. of Aua-u-t A. I.
ltiV flio thtrir pc'ili n hi the Distriet Court tl 21
Judicial IMMtict of Nfbrak., within and fur I'a-s
Cvuuiy. S. 1" , aiiaiu.it the t:'i J.imcs lioninan de
feiidui.t, fi-'.tuifc Tunli that t!ie sai I defendant pav
a mir'i!ae to ttie aid Snrh L. Cor, nu the nni'h
half .f the ouili-c.it quartrrof section one (1 ) iu
ti.'wn.ihip numlier twelve tl'2; no th uf r.'ir,'e twelve
tl-21 cat of tlm Tit ii 1'. M . iu t-aid CJUiily of 0.'i.-. N.
I'., to peeure tiie paymeut clone hundred and fi'y
d 'H.trj. aceortliiiri lo a c rtain note refined lo in
iaid unrt;ai;e, and rayiu thnt baid premise tllay
le soli tj i'y tile ianie; and that the i-aid Jantt-i
Bowiit tu i.s hereby nut. lied t.tat he lit requir-id In aji
j.iar au-l an-'ver .-.t d pctitrm n or o f re the .1 day
ofOchd.vr. A. V. lnVi. or judgment will he rentlei .il
a?aimt yc u a-v'av, d for A I : A 1 1 I,, t Ii,
Datel Aug '2. 1SAC COIi.
T. M Jt.ilit;i:ni, Sid. f r Cr.-.n't.
IJl'j i'i Gilt", WiHiam Gi'io-i, J 'T. isju C. C.a'S
Aiinii'.t.hs. Hi.t'. elh Pe n man , and (Jile.- F. I'. r
itiao. ti:fetitlants. u ill take notice that Aoth'ffly It.
I'uWen did. i u li e '.'i-t d .y i f AuKllit, A. I. l.-'ii.
fi.e h ia (e'titien . u ;i'-) Inttnci C ue t of '.' I Judicial
l)istr;et within and fir Ca.-i t- iiinty N. T.. ar iiut ti i
iaid deleijd inn, stttu;,; filth that une 1. eve it vc .
(Iiljt t, on fie lt tlav of tivem!iei l.ifiJ. ,'.-.l lintn
ALlluuy J!. Cutiii tlie fiih.win; real e-ttte. t. -ivi :
" he titidivid. il oi'e 1m if
Lot No. fee in M k No. ferfw Ihl'ee 1 4 ; I.i ti:
e:; of 11:--1 -m-". i V. t'.is-i eoauty N'. T.t l--r i h-- mi:.i
oi' hiu' ty-li'.re ' d .liiti h in hand paid l-i bai t i.
a lid uifir.' .l'd ejiiti acl Paid ( 'ewei t eik j" . - lon
and i.ovv luiltl" I'eace ib!e pof-es-i in ot 'uij i'e uit -t.
That libt-e mi.l .t!e tho tai l Lewis W. Ii has
d:i- l( 1-avilig (lelemlaii's as iiis laii fal l.i uit Al.-J
p: at ii'- tl. ii -a d ue e:vi..ris t e rt-i'ii-rd t:::..k . a
i:e- d lor muI pi on.i-i-s to I h i 1 A:.1 Inny I', li'lts.
ai.vl in '' i it.it .: . r i.f t in! a A. a.-.:, r in h . t . . -. -. v f
tlii.se nit le re'.j!l:ieJ lo 'i.hL tlie f.iui. Aad tli il
la.; si: 1 tit .'-nil a a re hereny li.dili.d tl-m thy .
requii cd t i ap; eir a n i ati? cr said p"!':!i i n i r
lel.ie lhe '.' 1 ! iy i f ti o' r, A. 1). lsio or d t,..e
will he renden il airainst them as puytd for.
la:i:d Auir. -I, l3"o,
ANTUONV E C'VEN.
T. M. MaUClT'ETr, Sol. f -.1 Coino't.
DaviJ Paiiinert will take uoti 'e that Aiheit H.icon
did, on the '.'2 I rt:iy of Aasjust, A I- i'.'). f .ehm
petition ia the Di.-tiict Court of 2.1 Judicial J -1 -1 1 i -1
of Nehr i.-ka, within mi 1 fur Ca cnuuty, nifiiif-t the
aaid I'avid i'.dum . i t, th fendatit. setrinif in: I li that the
nti'l defi-mlan. eavi a mo: ti: -'e to the 1 A! le-u
Udi'uu on tiie south half of the sjulh-e;it q:i:i ter of
secion 'o. tw enty ('.'li) and the e,tt :iif uf th no t n
e3.t ijnarter Mtiii ii No. tuei.ty-utue fi in luwn
ehip No. tm (li-) north i.f rutiRe i. ilin ; en 1 1 ))
e;i.t of the Cto I. M. in Case ceunty, N T., t ) nectue
the ;a.vuietit of two hundred and lii-h'y-.'icht dol
Ui n ate.mJiu to u cerlniu tio'.e referred lo iu "nid
innrttaKe; and p-iiying that Raid j.'ieini-tt i i.iy he
o!d t. fay tli- muw. Aiidthesani Uuvid K.iumei t
i l.ert hv not. lied that lie i mjai ed to sij-re ir aud
iinswer Kiid petition ou or hefoie the ii 1 iljy uf
her A. I lv;, or j itlmcat will It re:i !e e i t :ai:.fi
y.ju as pravtrd 'or. ALUtKf li Al.V.
D.it.-d Ane. -2-'. 1- 55.
T. M. HxwhtT. hal. fjr ("0111;. -t,
J tttili Hoach, J
Su! n M. Jr.hLSJti, S
K..Ie:ii.,l.I..I,n.t:.,1.:,tii;;, i , culKe,yt
J el M . Ji.iinton, j '
V;i:;um .1. Ai m-tniii, i
J Im L. Aiuntrcn-, '
Saiah A rt. .-' itii.iT. t;ibW:fe. J
111 pn t-'.uiU'e. u::d l y v. Hue of a tli erc'l "r !''i
I tor..- ii.rt.-i t- J f- l in ti.eelaee II, e Ce it if ti'i
j l:t: et Cimi t of : ' e -.. I I mi ic'ul 1 1 -1 1 1; t . in i::ir'.
j for Ca.-s l'i unt..-, JC-'!:fi.il Iernnry, '..a.::i-' dj'.e
! on the li'ili clay I I'.'i i-ir l-T, J b i-ijr t ' - .'.'!
ji.ai .T d ( 1 j:.i.i t r lei n: 0:' r.iiii Con; t, I. t .t- r-Lo.v i i!. r,
! t,'a-! r in Ct i. iv f r .- in1 1,'iii't, v 1 1 v :!.!
! ! v -udu t..r tni", t-. t:.c L.-he-: ot.J . t hili.r,
i In f.-j.it cf ti.s Ct u.-t liovs-; iu fjat;a.oi.tli, K. i ,
i n 11 f.-frt k A. ?J , t'le
I C.-.i i.i tvi! :
! iv - .--t n.t f f 1
i i.".d 'he u-t lia.l v
J f ..i-t'.i-M L u tn'j. :r
' . f tl" 'oiun -..v. i-i:.; t'.' .
-'J. i. f the ll'.t; II W.'-t q'l.ltll (,. 1
i i -lolir i I i 11 t- v. u - i, . li nn-
' ratine iiu-iil er tw.lv- ili) l
nr o i . I v . i ' i . i '
ef the C'l. 1'. ."I , 111 '.i-i C'l'Jl.tV, .! 1.1-
k - t.t I
ie, "with .-t'.l ai d ein-u'.ur the i'lioro-.'. me'it-
iivt't lll.initiit', or l'i urlen.iliee tl'-.-r- on, .ir tlierct'
1 elo.ifc Uyj or in iii'.v.t'lre iijeei I ainn.. 'to h'j i-u 1 ut
the p'on-i ty ol the i.el. bdeiil.i iii l!m akin r .toe,
t i-ati-ty Mild Uee'te. th amount tl tei.iii.,
f 304 1, itud lutelt i-t U'-.-lil (ho date of d.ld tieei'ee,
ail' I C"Kt tf Milt iti.'J ;l!t1
tiai.tllloulh, et: a.k., Auetl':t2 3. I
'. 21. DllintlNti T(iV,
M.iriler in Ch3neo:y.
fiWEKT & C'ALnoT'S. 5lll. fol Cellll' t.
Lira T. Fii
t"nkiiow!i heirs if Kooert Buehunan, V
dc eeaceu . j
In piiruiuee and
hy virtue of a l"i retal o'dor to me tlii'cted from tie?
.iflee ot lhe C elk of the District C'ti'irt ii Jurtiiri..!
lurtriot in ai d I. r Cunt e iiitiiy, XebrasLa Territory,
niaiie in tne ao-.-ve e.iu-ie, and heaiic date o:i tlie
ll'.h day of April lein? the April ter.-n of said
eo'irt. I. the. ub-ci loer, "dat e' in C:hanc-iy f ruid
eotiit. will p.. 11 at .'il lie vendee, lor r.ti-'ti, to the
h -ihe-t an 1 lnt hidJi.-r, in truiit of tiie Cnu:; lloiibe
ii. r!a;;siii 'nih. Nebra !:, on
Saiurdaj, SrpUiulrr 237, IPC",
nt 1 J o'e'e 1 1; a. in , tho foil . '.tine ticr:rit.i j teji r
'1 ii MH;th-t7-s: ti'ia' lir ( 1 -4 of lhe north '-?.st iu - i -
tor (1 -11 nr.d - he in i th w-t ti-.a' ter ( 1 --i of t -ie .ju h I
I'ltM 'il J i lei i - t i .. u i i ue U'O til esM ij i.iiiur l-i;
t f :h" south wvi oju irter (1-1) mid the M.niii ta-t
q tarter ( 1 4) o: t ie ii'.ir.h e e-,1 q iai n r ( I--)) t f nee
t'.'.'ti nuni'ier 'w;-ii'.v six (Ji'l in t tv n l i : j uui.iher
eleven (11) nir ll of rixhj ; 1. u'liiier t Veive 1 1 eirto!
ti e o.h ( AI.. in .! r -ity eii.akj f .'ii'itoiy,
u n .1 i. -lit i ; n . I ie in... 1. ti :: I r.il 11:1. 1 n'.:i urn ,
I T -c-.l.t-,- w.th a:l tiJ .tit-iUr ti'e lmoiuv. n,,e.t.
i.cr-j.lil inients or ai j.urt.'iiaiir..s thereon - r th. eto
i Loloiiini: r iu au wi-. a-. -tt:.i in-: to b- t. . I h
Ithelu.. -rl- i.f t . ee-n Unit ii. li.it uliiir
. .til .t'.'Ul
s i'.l. I..'.
I ll 1
la'isiy mj.i ,.c'd', liic aiiM'ii.t i f vel.i-i, ;
and luttfrent from the ''ate ht d"t-"i e.
of Mill und ule..
I'lMtt.-iiiou'.h, Xebraski, Af-.rii-t 21. I'-O.".
r. m. iitii;in.MjTOK.
-ii'.-siei' iu Chi.u-ery.
T. II. Ma B(j Lett, Sol. tor Ccir.;.'f
Kotiee m hrby si ran that Henry C. M.-iyfleld l.as
thii. d.i v fliei two claitnti ;, mi.st io ei-tiit- of OeOi;e
Wavii:l. derr.iM'd, m f.-'km. to-wit:
tJne aoeo'int h.r yet viei-8 i t cle fs J, aniotini in to
and rne c! t'ni f.r tleven i - i I of c i a.e hi
prt printed by ttie s;t id -Maytield ni.d sol I by ti e A 1
ui iui-triitor of ui.l nt:ttj f..r one hundred jd teven-ty-two
tloliar aod fifty cent; tt hit li uin, wttn In
terest, the sail May tie. Id now ciiinii.
The Conrt therefoic appoltiti
Wednesday, the 20th day of Sept., IS'jj,
at 1 o'clock P. M., for heaiiD said c'.r.mis, at which
timi ah perron InierHed can appear.
Witness my baud and veal of oflice, thisSthda.
ut A' guft, 1805.
L. s J. MARSHALL,
..... , , . - f.
' " "nX" "TS ( vwl'r
letter wee ere rtnter l,r d?e, on the Netrua Ity
load.) en the Tih thiy of Auu.-t ISt.j. 'iii Uiay
s-. vin years old. A lo one horse cn t, t wo years oid,
i;: Ii r Rray . I t th hind feet artly v. ii'.ti, ro oibor
Iii-trki. prt-e.-i.tiMe. Tne on a-rs are ' r.. que.-t. d tJ
piove pn.tietiy, pjy ihargej.atd taue the nim il-t
ti l Sep "2r.
j Legal Notico.
i Xiehola M. ware, Cjml .Uiuan', 1
I v. V.VOHC3.
I Jmi' E. Seott, Respondent J -
j 1 be aliovu nind Jun.e K acntt i heiohy notified
that raid Moimin 11 Waie did. on :b-o;h ti iy of
in ttiid f.i.-Cnss County, Second Jndiciai birkt Jf
j Silimrl.H Territory, his jit titi-n, elaimim? tl.u siitn
I id '-''iO en witli iDl -ifst tl.e r ee f live pr e. nt
!l .. IT.I Ci i n Ir. t 1 a 1 O c. . I.. t ... f ! I ' nl. in fl . n..r u I
! I er ineuth from the o-i;h d ,v tif Jul I nin. nt die
f -i in sa:d uP'.ndi nt to n : J I compluinao t n a eel-
I m liiiiiiii:i..y i,. ;e h-ie-. ro jrieeii y ; 1 r,--.-I
iti.l-nt to sait'r iiiii 1 liuitii' . 'id ?eitiu'j lorih I' .i'ln r
lh:i! ibe pnytiK-nt of -aid ni.i v:,n uteurd by a de. ,i
t f tru"t up o p. Ltri-t ni t q i irt-r f seeti.,n number
fiifen (lit in t r.-n-hip nutter tnti (Jn) north iu
rao;;e n .ruber twelve eii t, ljiut; iu mid cunnty
rf lam and Ten itory ef Ki brn-ka, and ; r:t; i r that
said Utid may b" oiit ac orn np ti la v ibe pio-
eed al p!i-I lo He pa.i until cf-aid dbf
And Fttid ri 'pondi.iit in heieby fun her rotli-d to
i . rj. .. -,' , - -- , . . .
I h?"-v of f r'e.nber A. V 1-Co, and p.ead, no-
I fwr or dern;r ,0 "' cr thf '. b5
, asnro .n aB4 decree rendered -:card:tg y.
K IT. CALIIi L ,
nr. and appear bi-tove s-t i. 1 court oi or ofoie Mond-.y
fot mnp t
The American People.
Just diseoveroil, nnj now published for
the fir.st time.
CURIOUS and THRILLIKO DOCIJ.
T!io long, bo-
ny fincprs nre 'ronchini' for mr?." Soon
I inr.t "go for it." A wonl of ndvice
Ltforo- I 50. Tho glorious mm of Hop9
is 'i'"'";,' np front his imperial couch.-
lie Jresseth himself in the full r? of
Koviilty. lie fiuttt th on his rnott enpti
vMtiMp; ,C'" t( make phij this, the city
cf Promise. Tin; duy of our Redemp.
tion fr.nn UWAl nnj OPPRESSIVE
FKICLS di-av.etli tj ft close.
Throw high your
c:; yell fortli yp httirdy "outh?f bellow
hiuil ye bi o i'l ehrvtei; prulonr; thar
";!:iii, mu! tlirillinp about, ya lung DfckeJ,
until elii) Blumlierino; pcliofs of the far
off r.ocK, nre :irou-otl; Mothers, teach tf
I to your p'.iildi'f ii. thdt all the cads of th
j ("ii iii iii :iy kiiow, nii'l rejoieo with tj.
e. o'.n: -.Meat jov. tb:it tlio HYDRA
Hi:.ii:i .mo.nstei:, Ai.m high
IT.ICKS, the ..;;. , al VAMI'IKE that bo
bn h:itl b- en mvhinu our life blood,
is lion- 7 ..''('.' !-y
I.IEL0NE i EPPERSON,
Wi .,;..'. tl j in d n.t til dealers in all kind
of Sti'Tile and l-'niiev
At their lurc and iiirt",niriecrit cstftblish-m.-i'.t
r -1 'frt?et, F1KST DOOR
This lljti-t'i d ;i!! hit i ni mense t r nrje.
Help thciii, fellow-eitizeiici, in their grenv
tii'iirts for your rood.
P.iittMiiouth, Jjly !" If
Wi, 1 Irani liriIit. Ti-il t'i t. nnd t'hu'ii f,. Carrl.
vr, ht-crtftar.v, -f tii- Aini r e.in la-urancn Cotupmr,
of I'f1 fiyort t I !i in oil. J 1 1 1 tify that bl I CoBip.
ivi (11 eoei'l '.'I l mpilal if allemt tme hundr.d
!h 'Utand dollar,, h cii.-ii i-y I'en cn iel entat wnnti
..t i-a.h val iutiio at l-u.-tt live timet the amount of
lutid rapital, und not eiiennitiorcd to taore taa oo
f.ii:u of .ti 1 e.iih n all tiioii.
t iu' I.. (' IIIII.
Stub or Illikoi-
l te lit-uMiti I' .uiity.
('.nt i.f .-t. ; ,
! . Cn-;.' 1. t"
! ire ( . .!
1 f: 1
lit ' k 0
I I e.'o. 1. nil . Cli'tk f tlie Co'J0f
j : :v. I : : .i.'i Ji.iifht im.! n.tu
h 'i ..- I'.e ! I Ii ii: ami re-c:e.
..i-i Collilmtiy, !.' l-filii;
r ' J.-ilo I itv, fc'-vciitl .y i!t'f-i
-iL-v- i . . I .ii. ,i'.e : ui seriot-il to hy
y is iri e in M.-j'.iiiee and la f.iet, aj
t .. .i i, i : i iii 1 c oi .j ..ny .
: -i, .i.i ;.i i.efoi.- ii. e. th in 1-nli Jy
.. i. I . II I l'i ilt.4 Ml,
. i . - . i ... i.-i.n 'Ui .n Co.
Sl.i ;:i !'
fl! I li
y ti. r.
. li 1
l.v .1. V. Him- ML, Deput.
CErYTIrlCATt: OF AUTHORITY,
To s,ii: : i u lhe :ti i.f .lannai y, I -,(;.
:i::rt'n--4 1 ' i"" f."'i t, 'JjV.-f of 7'". An War, t
fi. N- I f.nL,., -In 17:!', I ;i..'i. (
WHrs'.t', O'-.j V.-. TV.: i;, .I-. il.n-. Geii-rn
A. err. i.i IIi-.I-i.i. .; ; Iiii':iiiee ('(inp.iny , lor i
ut lee'. rt, ll. Hie of lilinoin, li.ia flitd III lhl
ef.-.-e a .' .; i. ; t i -.- I. ' -1 t i . . t'o i'p , i rit Le ill t.f .nid Coixi
j. i : i y . K id it iit-it iii.-ii'. trnler oth. -ihow.titf i: ti n
it.ii hi. m r-! i. t .! l.v tlie Fnu t enili nettl. n nf
Uwr if Mic ifint'iiv of JS i-l'i a.-U.!, i-ntit'ed "Aa Act
in i-. I 1 1 :. ! c 1 -i- u: .i n e o.uiyiniei," a ;ir.jVd feb-l-ii
i v .-,:,i, I -. i ;
1 i.e' f j e l it i; t. Ly thc r re-enM, That Id
I ur mil in e '-f ii if i i id -let, I, MiilUuC.il"
vi-y, .ladit.ir i,f th-1 I ci ritory of .N" t ! i -k i, do lifrcfir
rei-'ify ti.at s.nd .-Inrr.Cin lin-urence Conipiioy b
Mil lutheli'v to Ir.mvitl Ln-iniMi r,f limirali' I"
he Tii rr.n'y t f ' "i-k:t, urn er the I.atvt ofthlk
Teirit ji y, urn i! lit-U,l d ijr t f J.tnu nr. A D. 1HI.
In wi'n ti-riei'.-of I hv t e.haeribeil mf
ti nine und t .i-i,t .J the tea ' of tlie .4udltor'a
L. .J cCi.e t'. i). atr.xeJ, ilu. 17thdjyt.ugul,
A. ll 1. -5.
W n. H.fltVFT,
Tel ritorij I Auditor.
CIIA'S E PARCEL, Aj't,
n-i '20 w4
'A Complete Tictorial History of
t'1f Timio; "
"Thu 1-ef-t, r I'.fnpesi, u inoal success
ful FniTiiiy Paper in the Union."
H arper's Weekly.
S PLKN D I D LY ILLUSTRATED.
Cridt-nl in.lii.es uf the Ir-r
.v t i"vrpni.i;r in the L lilted BUtM
.Vi.f f.wt n A 'I r
'li-; rnjl-1 ii ft-:-if or.r riuritry complete la
all the !'). tittii- !.; f i'ii Atnt riCin Family l'pr.
imirei t i- k ;y n i- e..n.e 1 I . it-t-.l a rit'tii i m
-iiMi, .im .." i. ti' fiviLtirt )..'" A. 1 rt-
I i.i ; 'i..V.
j 1':.-p.-i.-.-r fiim : ri.e h..-t i.Vix'rri'f jh. Our
I ful',. Insi .. ;.: ii :m. : n...h tl in. -.! . out of IUr
! pci-'a V.'e-Uiy 1;.j n:ier" ,-:t-tt. kind iiriotei , "
I'llhii-he- ;n e ti.. ..i ,1 l'i il..s' j". A'pitnffeliat
A nicr siiy in eve- y h.u- h.'.d nh,n Train.
1 1 Is nt (,nt ; a le i , . i .r i liHral and h itorical to-
DaK-t ii ihe a T i i.'fl'lfhi'i Pirn.
'I h ; teM ti its ei.i-vs i i Ainciea. Djt'vn Travlr
1 1, iili,i-l.iT- hav- pi i.Vfii-d m nyi f-m of mail'.n(
1 y . h i'.h t y t i.. ht.,j..y th MioA.ci.vi! and Win-11-
i-i'.nipi-y I., tl...... t. I.i irtf. .- to it reive their p-
it- ti.' tint. -iy fioni u.m lliee t.l publieatioti
I'ijrlilt t.-! s H d-'.!.i".s de.-i ' i an of pi-tl loft Up clubt
Will he n.pj.-Iit i ,i :. u LaieUt lue I icto. il ibow-M.l
on ap licH'in-a.
Hajipi-k's Wkhilv one jmr, tl.
An t at h o y tf either'tbt Wtekly crMptam
will be upplitl frraim fur evoey club cf t Ive 8uh
i'Til.o at 5t lath, in one teuiittauee: or ill coulee
i ioi -?:o.
I Hvit tumHe ean be mpplimlat any lime.
- Tt e aui'iiii; v.lune of liueiiK'b w kkllv. tn fi
' f"'3' tr "-'' A complete 'fet. 'compri.lt.
K Volnwt ,w.to r,c.pt'wf ea?h , lht rat, U
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Franklin S-iuare, W T-
A Card to Invalids.
A Clr(?vruan, while r.-nidliig in South America al
a m:S!.i.iiiarv. dln-ove-cJ a Hfe aud umplt ifmdy
firthecurjof A'ervout Vi-aknei Erly Dee.
l)isaaet of the liinary and feem nai Oira', ''
tho whole train of disord-ra brought ou by bi-''u'
and v:citu f al i-ji. l.rt at numbe-s bare bn
ready cuiel by thit nob'.e rei.ie.lr. Hrcmpted by
lt si. e t i bn.-flt iiiii nmietd ol itn fortunate. I
j ceud the recijie f.r prepirin' and using tbl f'1
! c5:'. iu a M- .ied t uveiipo. t any ouo wh- n -ed !
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Plt-a.-j Ini les- irw paid envelope, ad lrP
Pk a - ; lie Irs- a r ot pj id
i A 1 1. . f.s Jil-KPIIT. IX,"'i
I June V, frtation D. Bible IIoue,
.Veir V'.rk City
Win. HeraM, corner of Mam nnd Sec
ond strfots, is sti:J M-ii'in? iroce.ries, I'ro
viMons Farm Vrod low
any House tn tl.o Weit. Farmors Trbo
have produce to pelt ul do well to oaI.
on l.iui 1 tf-r" i--r"in?; ftf trad.
Mi- - "i. 1 if.
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