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PLATTSMOUT H, NEBRASKA.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 14, 1800
The f ' l.-wiog is ilie official state
nit i,t of Mayor Cui'H'r of the amount
,f fr-i.h. iitiiiit. r ot men. wagons.
horB-3'.....W a..J rattle. ManiH- wi;,, I
from riatismcniih during ilie ye;tr 1SG5
When we tAe into consideration that
this ei. tire amount wis transported by
individual and companies- there
being little if any (Government freight
sent frria this point it speaks vol--tiii
fir ih busings of our city.
Total no. lbs. Fi. ight, .$.5,712,500.
men em ployed 8.000.
.4 ta'tle 53,5'JG
" " uiulff and horses 7,10
wagons . ,fct
inn is iTf
W'Uy is ii that the jmpeis of Omaha
at.l Kcb:uaka ciiy perMstetitiy ignore
th.it the pro; p'tts ot' Vbu.-u.outh for
early railro'iJ connection with the ei-t
nre beuer than any city on the river?
hv i- it that whenever the railroad
question is mentioned in thi papers ot
either place they iak of the JJ. Sc
M. R. K. as running to Nebraska city,
when it is w ll known to every man in
N-bra-Ia that the location of the road
is jte.rmnnenlltj made to Fiattiinouth,
and that the lauds have been with
drawn from market from here went for
the benefit of ilie company. Why it i
that they speak of (J..iaha a3 the poiut
of early eastern connection in Nobras
ka, when they know that the I. M
R. R is the only road now being vig
orou-Iy pushed across the State of
Iowa. We leave the .ubjeci to the
judgement of those who understand
the motive our neighbors Lave in thus
trying to igitre the existence of our
TIIC TCTO AT THE SOUTH.
That the President s veto of the
Freedmens bill would be hailed with
joy by every rebel and rebel sympa
ihiser, we dd not doubt, as well as by
6one who were really good Uuiou
men but who were so biterly opposed
to the negto that they would consign
him to a fate worse than tin very to
gratify their hate. We do not believe
that President Johnson has any partic
ular love for rtbels lie certainly has
no cause for any and we think that
the t-upport of such men as Yullaud
igham, Tom Clagett, and others of that
atripe, will soon convince hint that he
is in error, if nothing else would.
The following ret:;u!;i on the veto
an from the Norfolk (Va ) Post, and
p.;ak voljin-j-j lor liu poanian Con
gress has taken, and a,-?.:nsl ihe veto:
' --Since th-e morning of July 2i IS'il
when ri'tvv of the great Southern vic
toiy achieved by Beauregard over
McDowell, and the awful rout of the
Federal Army on th-i plain- of Ma
uassas, was borne through the South
on the wings of .he wind, as it were,
carr"i'g jiy ar l j j L'i!iUiiii into every
loyal Suui!u-rn l.ou-t-hul J, and glad
dening every true Southern h-. an, thi re
has bjen no n -ws received with to
inuch rejoicing by the people of the
South as that informing them that the
President had vetjed the Freed. nen's
Jiureau bill. Ttiis is the gteaest vic
tory they have achieved during the
war greater than any teats of arms
ot Stouewad Jackson, or of R'jbeit ll.
Lee, awl h-iseiven them nure pleas
ure than hud (Jen. Lee been elected
(ioveruor of Virginia. Tuey have
found an ally in Pies. dent Jjlmsori
wonh more to them than the alinnce
of France or Kngiand, and they now
rrjiice to see even as th-y saw fore
shadowod at Manassas, the fi; al tri
umph of the great Southern cm-e.
The Republicans have bei n ignomini
ously d-tVatrd and drivt n triii tlii' ti Id
and nothing can save them f rom :otal
nnuih.lati jo. All that is necessary fr
the South to do is to conunu-3 to hold
up the President's hands, and to wage
an unceasing and liter war against
the Republican Congre.-s, The j:aue
whili the bud Jers rejected has become
tht bead cf the Curnt-r. aul Andrew
John-on is now enshrined in every
loyal Southern heart. They will ac
cept no terms from tiit Radicals.
They ask for none and expect tiuue
The fanatics may roar and his, but
their claws are cut, ai:d 'heir fangs
are poicn!ess. The password must
henceforth be 'Johnson ari Victory!'
an J although the odds are as four to
oae against them, did they not carry
on a t'-ur years of open war in the field
6 icce.if'ully, agamst stiil greater odds?
A fig for your Republican Congress!
We have a President with ab-o!ute
po.ver, who ca.i carry on Government
k'ood en ugh for this section, without
the assistance of Congress."
ESF-Two fellows re nt?y crawled ;
under the djwt at Newport, bv red a J whrn he was released by parties who
tela np through the rliore and caie to the room. Omaha Rep. Sih.
in'o a put cheon of whiskey, drew ofTl
sixty gallons, which they carried clTj fSlFThe grea: question of the day
with them, and let the re.-t cf the fljid . i-: Who ha poisoned Andy J-ohnaon's
run to waite the best use it could beigrogagaiu and compelled him to make
p'at to. I a fool of himself, in a public speech?
That 'he future of our Tei ritory is
. t i
tobegionous ; no saneman
watcnea careiuuy me signs onuc u."
willdeny. Kansas sprang- up unaer
:. ivrti 'b, J
an rjiiitiiiriii, nunc iii:ui.-ii. i
scarcely known to tne nu
the multitude of
people who were seeking: hoises in . a
wes'.era country. But Nebraska is
blest with a climate which can hardly
be surpassed in the world; her soil has
proven its-lf, by the abundant harvest
gathered by mr mdustrous farmers, to
tie far superior to t.iat of the eastern
states. We are increa-ing iu wealth
beyond the txpctations of the most
sanguine, and all those things
hrewd observers tike as evidence of
future prosperity, indicate that eur on
ward march has only begun. Our lo
cation is such that nothing shart of a
special providence can or will prevent
Nebraska becoming the best portion ot
the United States. The gold fields to
the west of us give the best market in
world for our sruplus grain, stock, and
manufactures, and the prospect of soon
having railroad connection both east
and west, from various parts of the
Territory. will bring thousands cf
men in our midst to carry on the van
- ' J '
ous branches of business necessary in
a thriving and prospering country.
Now is the time to get a "foot hold
o.,1 nwnarp tn rean the harvest ot
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NEW rEEiME'S DILI
The House select commiue on freed
men have reported a new freedmen's
i.uri-au bill, which con'inuis the net uu
der which the present bureau was or
ganized for three years, allows the ap
pointment of tvo additional assistant
commissioners under direction of the
President, and when the same shall be
necessary, divide the various districts
into sub di.-tricts and appoint an agent
for such. The bill retains that sec
tion of the vetoed bill reserving three
million acres of pub.ic lands in Miss
issippi, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana
aud Arkansas, for sale to the freed
Council met in regular ses;ion.
.Present Mayor Cooper; Aldermen
Puitenrrer. Patterson. Lenhoff and
King, and Recorder Dorringtou.
Upon motion of Mr. Patterson the
rules were suspended, and Ordinance
No. 58 put upon its passage and carried.
Mr. Patterson gave notice that he
would at some future meeting preseiv
an ordinance prohibiting the nJing,
driving or leading across the sidewalks
any animals, wagons or vehicles-, and
prohibiting any obstructions being plac
ed or left rn the sidewalks on Main,
between 2J and 4th streets.
Account of George Boeck for work
and material furnished on bridge, &.c,
Account rf J. C. Hammond for the
removal of dead animals within the
corporate limits of the city, for the sum
of So.00; laid over until nx' meeting.
Upon motion, the Council proceeded
to nominate four physicians to comprise
the board of health, under the provi
sions of Ordinance No. 63. Drs.
John RIack, R. R. Livingston, George
H. RIack and Win H Donelan were
declared the beard, to enter upon their
duties from and after the publication
of Ordinance No. 53.
Upon motion the Council adjourned
to meet Wednesday, 21st inst.
F. M. Dorrinctos, Rec.
C. L. Cooter, Mayor.
The Jiv York Tribune says:
"The essencn of the late Rebellion
was an assumption that one race of
men are born booted and spurred by
the grace of God to ride, and another
with bent backs and hoof-like hands to
be ridden that the wise and strong,
because of their wisdom and strength,
have a right to do as they will with
the simple and weak. As A. H.
Stephens well said. Slavery, the inci
dent or accident of other States, was
the corner-stone of the Southern Con
federacy that but for which that Con
federacy had never been. HenceT
every Tory, tvery Reactionist, in eith
er hemi-phere every upholder of ike
Divine Right of king craft or priest
craft was a Rebel sympathyzer by
instinct; while every Republican,
every Socialist, in the OIJ world, was
a champion of the Union cause.''
We have learned the particulars of
a daring robbery committed in Pio
neer R, ock, just under our oflice. nbu ,
2 o'clock last night. E. B. , Hatcb,
Fsq., of Denver, occupying the room
of Capt. Raiely, when at the hour
mentioned he was suddenly seized in
the bed, bound and gagged by four
parties who had entered the room, and
who proceeded deliberately to rob his
clothing of a Sl'.GOO draft, and 855 in
money, his watch and revolver, and
thpn ilenarted as thev came. Jeavuisr
i.jpr, Knund until 1 o'clock this morninsr
:t tup 1'ilir.XBS OfTESl-
'. Tntomnnmre s on the increase
lh rouEJul our Territory, the intern-
- :,. The
i naraiD nr thi i . i i i i i i ' ' diuunu
noblest and best of the land are being
... - ,,-
ruined, ana tne principle u ."ur.
ence are on :he wane.
The places in which temptafon
lurks are alarmingly on the increase
and the Youth are fast forming intem
perate habits. For the sake of our
brave Soldier leys, we should keep
alive the fires of temperence at the
home altars, and have one or more
temperance organizations in each town
and city in our Terriiory ,o wIiich ihey
may be invited when they return.
thus save them from being attracted to
saloons aud other places, of deinoraliz
Something must bo done. nat
hall it be?
I believe the Order of Good Tern
plars the best Temperance organiza
lion for the sundry evils above stated
and for the promotions of sound princi
pies of Temperance. Some of my
reasons are these:
Their meetings are held weekly, tor
social, intellectual and moral improve
We take the Holy scriptures for our
.-riM.t ir. ureppnt ai d Dractice. and as
no cne is permitted to cross the thresli-
hold of our Lodge Room before they
acknowledge the existnece of Al
mighty God the ruler and governor of
all things, our exercues and cerenio
nies are imbued with a devotional
spirit that tends to elevate the mind
and influence it to seek the sanction ot
Religion for a higher state of spirited
Females are admitted on equal
privileges with the males, thereby dif-
fusiny a more rthn'nr and restraining
influence in our councils and delibera
In our Lodge room we seek to make
at home tho-e who have been intern-
i . i i
perate, cret una them as trui brothers
Outside our halls, by visitations and
personal aid, we prove ourselves good
In some localities we have closed
nearly every ruin shop, and rescued
nearly every victim of intemperance.
Our Lodges are ndipted to city and
country; rally then friends of Tem
perance and use your influence to es
tablish lodges in every city and town
in our Territory.
Such other information will be im
parted as is consistent with our rule:
on application being made to,
C. E. PARCEL.
D. G. W. C. T. of Nebraska.
Address Omaha, N. T.
ES7It is announced that on a close
oanvass it is ascertained that every
Republican paper in Illinois, Wiscon
sin, Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska',
takes ground against President John
son's veto, and in favor cf sustaining
Congre?. The exception is the Chica
DO.VT DO IT.
When one who declared that Lin
coin's election provoked and justified
secession and disunion, asks you to
sign a political call, don't do it.
When one who wanted to coax trait
ors to desi-t from firing en the fia?.
seizing the fortresses and robbing iht
arsenuls of your country by kicking the
New Eng. and States out of the Union
and agreeing that si .veliolders might
take their human chattels into every
State and plant iheir "institution' in
every Territory of the Union, asks you
to unite with him in a political move
ment, don't do it.
When tne who declared the war for
the Union unjust, and proclaimed on
the streets that the rebels were fight
ing for thi defense of their rights and
their homs, a-k you to unite with him
in an avowal of political seutiment and
purpose, don't do i'.
W hen one who denounced and raved
at the Emancipation policy of Presi
dent Lincoln as unconstitutional and
suicidal who declared that it had uni
ted South ar.d divided the North that
we could tiver succeed till it was re
pudia'ed that, if Lincoln was re
elected, the Union would nevtr be re
stored now watts you to play second
tc hi'3 first don't you begin lo do it?
V". Y. Tribune.
Sayings of Eminent Statesmen.
"We hold these truths to be self ev
ident, that all men are created equal;
thnt they are endowed by their Crea
tor with certain unalienable rights; that
among these, are life, liberty, and thp
pursuit of huppiness." Thomas Jeff'
"Liberty and Union, now and- for
ever, one and inseparable." Daniel
"The blessings of a free Govern
ment, like the dews of Heaven, fall
alike upon the just and the unjust."
"I wish you to understand the true
principles of the Government; I wish
them carried out." William Henry
"lktier be right than President."
"With malice towards noce, with
charity for all.with firmness in the right,
as God gives us to see the right, let us
strive on to finish the work, we are
hi." JUraham Lincoln.
"I don't waste my ammunition- on
dead dutki." Andrew Jolm&on.
Last summer. rresiJent jorrnson
I. i . t- ti : i it...,.
iransmmeu 10 ms rrovisiuun uur
ernor, Sharkey, of Mississippi, the
Executive Mansion, )
W D. C, Aug.15.
Gov. Wm L. Siiarky, Jackson Mi-i.:
I am gratified to see that yotwhave
organized your Convention without
ditficulty. 1 hope that without delay
your Convention will amend your
State Constitution, abolishing slavery.
and denying to all future Legi-laturta
the power to legislate that there is
pr perty in man; also that they will
ad pt the Amendment to the Constitu
non of the United States aboli-hing
slavery. If you could extend the
elective franchise to all persons of col
or who can read the Constitution of
the United States in English, and write
iheir names, and to all persons of color
who own real estate valued at not less
than S250, and pay taxes thereon, you
would completely disorm the adversa
ry, and set an example the other State
will foilo.v. I his von can uj witn
perfect safety, and you thus place the
Southern Slates in reference to tree
persons of color, upon the same basis
with the free States. 1 hope and
trust your Convention will do thi
and as a consequenc the Radicals who
""""r1'1 s,u "u"lul'
completely loueu in ineir uueiiipia io
keep the Southern Slates from renew
ing their relations to the Union, by not
accepting- their Senators and Repre
President of the Uuited State.
Do the Democracy endorse Presi
dent Johnsons "reconstruction policy
as set forth in the above letter, or d
they reject it on the grounds that h
was sober when he wrote it:
geBtlen. Thomas, in his testimony
before the reconstruction comin.ttee
' there is an understanding among
the rebels, and perhaps organization
formed or forming, for the purpose
saining us many advantages for them
selves as possible; aud 1 have heard it
also intimated ihat these men were
very anxious and would do all in then
power to involve the United States ii
a foreign war, so that if a favorabh-
opportunity shou d clier they might
UH'U' . " ... , c ,
I inrt. nirnux Itin I.'nMerl Slrites. I iin
L k (ml t, wi eyer a al
tempt an outbreak on their own ac-
I i i .. . ii .1. . .
I count, because mey win iiumii uhi
they had a fair trial in the late r?bed
ion arid got thoroughly worsted.
There is no doubt but what there is a
universal disposition among the Reb
els in the South to embarrass ihe Gov
ernment and its administration, if they
can, so as to gain as many advantages
tor themselves as possible."
SOUTH t.ti:Ll.l KCtO.V
STULGTiO.V. The President's message has been
transmitted o both houses in answer
to the resolution of the 12th of Janua
ry, calling for copies of ail messages.,
acts, ordinances, resolution and pro
ceedings of piovi-ioual governments
convention ot legi-latures, the quahfi
citions vi ters in election5, and any
other information tending to throw
light" on the poli ical condition of the
lately rebellious States, lie says th
answer was delayed by the absence ot
Sewatd. Kxpla ns that Gov. Holden.
of N Till Cortina, did not take the pre
scribed oath, but the omission was ac
cidental. A dispatch to Gov. Perry
of South Carolina, dated Nov. 0, de
clares that the President was not satis
fied wi ll the action of the convention
and legislature, adequate ordinances
were necessary, d flaring that ihe
insurrectionary acti n was unlawful
and void, thu the objection to the l ist
clause of the Constitutional amendment
was querubus, .he acceptance of the
amendment was uecessary lo restoia
tion. Nov. 9 h, the Secretary tele
orapiied that the early adoption of the
a nendiiient was deemed impori&nl by
the President, who regretted that
neither the convention nor legislature
had pronounced the Stale obligations,
the rebel debt null and void, and that
ihe State seemed to decline the accept
ance of the amendment to the Untied
States Constitution. On Nov. 20ih
the Secretary again ursjes the Presi
dent's request, to repudiate the rebel
debt. Gov. Perry declared that the
State ha I passed the Constitutional
amendment, and hoped the doors
would be open to the members from
South Carolina. On Nov.27th, he tel
egraphs that ihe convention has ad
journed. and therefore could take no
action relative to the rebel debt. Dec.
10' h, Gov. Perry announces that the
government of South Carolina is com
plete and people loyal; and asks the
fulfillment of the promise lo withdraw
the U. S. troops.
Numerous letters have been re
ceived in this city during the last few
weeks from men and associations in
the east, asking for information rel
ative to our advantages and promising
a large immigration to Nebraska this
spason if inducements sufficient to jus
tify it can be offered. This sugges's
the propriety of our beople sending- a
few more copies of their local papers
to their friends in the east. The more
widly Nebraska is known the better.
Our advantages are superior to those
offered by our neighbors and every
means adopted to advertise them will
repay all costs. Send more numbers
of your local papers to the east at once
to turn the tide of immigration this
way this season. Pres?.
j- rom tne oiuciai ... ut-ccum-s 01
r. .. . ,rr!--:l A 1
the Legislature we notice that the Cuhy iq irpuin? him to pray uoder&tand
name of this coun'y has actually been n, One evenirn?. after much Der-
changed from Buchannan to Lyon.
We like the name, but it will doubt-
less cause considerable trouble in
ihe way of amending; records. 5. Joe
TO THE DATLY HERALD.
New York, March 10. Win. II
Cannon and James Mitchell, aged re-
pectively IS years were arraigned
yesterday on a charge of forgery. -Cann
n procured blank checks from
a Printer in whose employ he had re
cently been, and fotged the name of
the firm to three checks, two for three
hundred dollars each on the National
bank, they obtained the two first named
urns, but the third was the cause ct
their discovery and arrest. John Ca-
sry, a saloon keeper, and Alex Gray
was arrested on suspicion as being
concerned in the scheme The case
s still under iuv'siigution.
New York, March 10. Twenty
Distilleries were seized in tins city
yesterdy by several officers on charges
of proprietors defraunding (jovern
ment by omitting to pay impost levied
on whiskey. The Internal revenue
law charges against the parties will
probably be investigated to day.
New York. March 10. Times
Washington Special says F. Thomas
of Maryland, is preparing to make a
claim in couiires in behalf of the State
for damages on account if the burniug
of two bridges on the route from Wash
mston to Fredrick by order of Lew
Wallace at ihe tattle of Monocacy in
July 1SG1. Gen Wallace in resp me
to enquiries from Mr Thunas say
that he ordered the bumir.jr of the
bridges to retard Etrlys march by de
priving him of the facilities for cross
tn-r the stream and that l,aily wa
thus detarded several hours. A sec
ond object was to bring into action
forces detained to guard the I ridges,
the overpowering numbers of Eerlys
troops making it important to coucen
irate all of the federal forces to hoUi
the rebels in check.
The Rankrup-cy bill will be re
sumed in the House on wednsday ot
thursday next, the friends of the bill
have confidence in its passing. Sev
eral of the members who heretofore
opposed the bill have signified theii
intentions of supporting it.
New York, 10. As the nooi
freight train which left the city a
1:30 last evening was wailing at the
Harlem bridge for the Albany ano
Troy express to pass, when ihe boil-i
of ihe locomotive exploded and shatter
ed the engine and every thing connect
ad ubh it, in-tantly killing the fin in it
and dangerously wound ng the engi
neer. The Albany and 1 roy expres
, train was delayed an hour and a hl
and ihe Rision express 30 minutes b
New York, 10. Immense Fenian
ineetii g al the Cooper Institute las
evening, stirring speeches were made
by Mes-rs. R fferty, Wiany. Collins
Traiij aud others. The Fenian ex
eminent shows no abatement ihi
m jr u i t.g.
Wasiii.nt.tox, March 10 The
President takes 'he liveliest interest in
'be fomii'g election in Connecticut and
New H impsb re. and th-re are g. o
reasor s for believing. ibut his sentiments
are expressed the following lette H rom
one of fits moat confidential advisor,
the Post Master General, addreseit n
.Mr Patterson, member of Congress:
"I have never intimated to any pos.
master in your State or elsewhere, howl
would like bnn lo vol-1, and n-vt-r ex
peel to so long as 1 remain in in
present ofTuial po-inon, nor have 1
it.tiucit' d lo any republican port ina
te thai to vote the republican ticket
would be followed ly removals fton
office or to his prejudice in any way
To do so would imply the purpose on
my part to dissolve my connection with
the union lo the republican party, which
I have never entertained, and the pos
ibility which I cannot imagine. I be
lieve the interests and glory of the
country essentially depen 1 upon the
vigorous maintenance and success of
the Union to the republican party ami
its continued control of gevernrnent for
an indefinite term, and hence I never
expect to act with any other political!
organization as long as it exi-ts.
pryMarshal Yost returned day
before yesterday from an unsuccessful
attempt to reach Fort Kearney, being
unable to cross the Loup Fork. Pep
EOT-The wife of John A. Kassoc,
member of Congress, has obtained u
divorce in Warren County court, Iowa,
the defendant pleadinsr guilty of alle
gation of adultery. Mrs. Kasson is a
daughter of Thos. D Elliot, member
of Congress from Massachusetts.
' Jo?5fThree venerable ladies still
survive, who were of the choir ot
young ladies that, dressed in white,
greeted Washington" as he entered
Trenton in l7b'J, on his way to assume
the Presidency, and who strewed his
pathway with flowers. One yet live-
in Trenton, another is the mother of
Hon. Mr. Chestnu, formerly Senator
from South Carolina, and the third,
Mrs. Sarah Hand, who resides in
Cape May County. New Jersey.
jS7"It is stated that Alexander II.
Stephens will soon vi It Washington,
his parole having been amended by the
President to allow him to do so.
JKif'The Indianapolis Journal says
the Copperher.d fraternity in that sec
l:on have not been so happy since Lee
marched into Pennsylvania as they
profess to be at this time.
JP5rAr.bur is a real Union boy.
but not at all relio-iotislv ini-linpil- r
1 . 1 . . ; ' '
.hat h13 mother often has rrreat diffi.
cUaion. ho Wli tn rneat bis usual
nraver. bui rendered ii with a sltht
variation. a follows? "Now I lav me
j ,jown t0 seppf shoutiDg the tattle-cry
Er3""IIon HyronGrenie.of Sod. is.
New York, who died at a good old
age. lately re'u-ed to seW hi corn to
speculators in a time of scarcity, for
$1 50 per bushel, but trusted it out to
his poor neighbors at SI a busflel.--
So they now rise up and call him
- !Ucw JVrtvcvtisscmcntjJ.
oi:di.v.ci: io ss.
An Ordinance creating a Rjnd of
Health within the corporate limits ol
the City of Plattsmouth, Nebraska ;
Sec. 1. Fell eniicieil ty iti Ct ' Omnill of the
City i'f I'liiUMuoiuh. Neumskrt, llmt ltier- stm 1,
r om nutl life.1' the pub'iCMti.'ii 1 lti Oiuiuuiu'e, b
a to ui-ile body, cou-irii)? t.f lum) two iu lou
iiliys.c mi!-, duly api liil 1 by lb ' Hoar I ol A W
meu, who n.ill noiu i re ir m e b.r nut " ei.
ftliAtt te . eg . rdd d the Htmidut ilt-mtli o fMlciiy,
d !-h.tll lioiil iheir metinja hi olt n n.e im.
ce-tiry by s.'d lloaid no. to exect-d twtiit.v i'uui
raeeliut: iu one ye.tr.
ttc - Said bOHid fchull elect one of In. ir uu:it"i
,.s . Ii iii-iii .n, wtio c in cili a -ecial meeting t tuj
I me thai be amy Hud . nee svoy.
sc: 3. f ti..' board chah ln-ar rfll complaint-, d 'fid
upon it .1 Cite. iiu Mia.l have loiter to c dijm 1 b
i ern e oiOi dcv; ...."a and law that lit m v o
i-biilin k - iu p set wu the. h'-a' h ut 'd t- iv.
Sec 4 1 1 Miail be ilm tiu .y o. i ne City M.n - : .1 t
att ud a'l uietr.'ui-s be d by r.a'l f...l, nod -li 1
compel ilie 'eiii"Vai t .il tui s.nice- (d-t mat bo U
Cidc- I y .-.(! boaid) u i inu mm c y, mi I i .n d
r.iuiivi' any and .'. P imiui t oti:! VI113 w, b oie -qt'ii-
iitcti.tt ot t.a:d l;'a-u ah id be ai iei.-u, and be
foe 'ttc Myo.' or nuy Ju-lice ot" lUo 1'eac, be lotia.
guilty of k. luoileineaiiot. and oue t -u ill - 'iio o
no. in. 'ii Jill nor 111 11- ban t-'UO ior t-a. U au.
every otleo -e o coinini'.ed
Sec- 5 ibeC iy li-co'der sh.ill le de W i f sai .
bo;vd, juil ke pa 1 co t: i'."ail me-tibu-, aleudw
lo drjaii'S Up all o. tiinaix-ea P-'-i-ed by aani lloav..
p.niuu,; . Dd publi-u ul il e.iun, Ac , aud lla
e al owed lor I11.1 services tu i-alue u a lowed h u.
foi e. v ic. a-t Ke o! d. r el' ibe board ol Atd-i men.
S ; li. S.ud board t-lt.i 1 1 be. ail .ed 1. r their ret
ttc -h t e Mini ot oue do'lir and ll ' ci ui cat-li, lw.
ac i and t-very in. eon:; ui be.d, Hot o e.-;c. cd iw 11
ty f.iur mee. iutf in one ye.r. Ir.- City Alji.-li..
ba I brail wed ilie sum ef twi notlaia l"i- aci
.neeiiD -al.eude l, and t .e i-um of lire doi'.os u
ea- b i 1. tt i V' ty 1 1 c l made. aix. a' I oilier fee - uoi 1
exc. ed in loiii.unt as a! tow t-d l lie uer . d of liv c 11 '1
ty -or a bhe e vfe; to le p.iid by tue pai- ai
ic-l d. and l..'-d a- t-.i-.s.
fcec 7. Ai.y t'liiol Mil Itoa.d -ball be c jn'deii 1
a .1 qii.n Q n aud lo act acC'i nin'y.
sec S A ' runt a ) u f nii tne provi-'ona 1 " .In
nubnaiiep sti ui be ne.i by lb city in keepiug I . e
I.ri.'jre-, c iu r pair.
s. c tl 1 hi- ord.ii.mc-: to Lake effect f oin and Jbe
ll - . tl 1 i I'., -oil
liaieii ?.n of ilau-li, I80"..
C. I.. CaOPXK, Mayor.
K M. D01 kikOt.iji, U c. iilir. in.l:l I.
Clovei iiiiit'iit IIorc4 lor
Post Qi'kii:.iMi-tkr' I'r' u r,
1'oit Keoiey .N. I ., M tr-jb lit, 1-.0. )
Will 1 e e Id at Puidii- A-n-tjon, 10 c li leli t '.m
ler, at Fort K.'hi ney N. T. . - iu .o n.-'- ..11 I ue
lay. be "i h i lav of S.ar. li , l-.iti, .11 d Con' iuue d.nl,
(suuUay i.'el'tei!) until I ail ate i-f.d,
110 Surplus Horses.
Sale t commence at 10 o'clock A M. ea.-li ilaV.
liy order ol Uictet l'.nj n'l Ka.-t. ,
Chief v lart.-: ma -ler.
C,K.. I-. LAilli,
tnarG 2tr dw Ca .t. and A Q 11
Taken tip by the Mili-cri 1 r, H miie-. ve-t of I'lari
ii. uih. on ttie 2 :ih ot IVb.ls'.ii 1 ue ui!r wlut
.x, s..iiie red f li lts on l-lea and neck, crop 11 !efi e .
id Mv.tltow loik in liflilear, lorg M-aron i.ft ni;
it iilj..u fi yeara old. A. li. TaV. oil.
ll..rcli 7;h. 6r
To the I'nibtit ('vurti'ftitina tnHl! himi
fardller Power-, tiirirdian ol if ;-e V. Cnw-r-
ni.uur heir of ilie Mtid o .rdner Pou'eia,
All whf.m il may concern.
To h'I w'-riiii il 111 v n.-ern: Y-m are he" be in
'orin-d llmt on tli'- linli d iy .r Kebruary, a n li.r
ant Ifiia-ili.iD 11 In- i"'.l 011 in lb" I'r..tia:e Con.
I i n.- ennury. N . T : Mi ' ol-j-H-i an I r mi-nif ,n
p.-lilii-ii t.i ob'ain i.n oid.-r .'torn Mird ( ur. f i in
-a e of -be lull 11 lira! Ki-Mle, I- wit:
'I'lie'H-t lia'f of ii - on b e.l-l (ila'l.-r f f sv'-fi"
lltlllier live (al, in l.inu b'p I'llrnlM-r .-l.-v.-u (1
null of Ian.-.- Lllniln i e en u ( 1 1 1, ai-t iflb-ii'
j in, in C'a-s c uiiiy, T. The Court will Ilea
ai 1 p if i u mi Ih
15A day of Mirch, Jl D. lf-'Wi,
.1 2 i'c!.K-i 111 a H-bb-h linn all pi-r-(.ns in; refti-.'
' in -i-M:i.r an. I i-hovr caiHe w y aid pri.ye ir ihoubi
ot t t-raut.1, i autl lnr.
J W. MA It II All..
fel.21 4.T Pi.il.K'e t i'te.
S. H. Cuminen, plainiilt
T. Mi-GMir . d- feniliint
Ti, T. Mi li'lirc, V.. 11 aie l,er ? y noliflc l trial
iliac ooi-nt i 1 i-i-tie-l by me n l.ivr .f il,e nl v.
-.I.tnirtf an H.lin-t Ilie abov- niilii. d d. fndii.l (..
i!;.. .11111 or rwi-ury tvir d ..i ir. -rn.cii .1 : and
-i-l for Sal'li d iv. I'o- :i 1 -1 d.i v of M a eh , 1 -r, '., at 1;
.'.-!oi- n in. o f f anl I'ay. .t lilcli tie e j i.!r--.n 1.
vv il lie reader, d iain-i yn if you i!o not iij-p a
ami hliow cau e to ILc i' : -
J 11 - tiee of IU.- pe Tc.
I'l.i t-mu(h. 'Arch the .'Irl, 4 r l-Gli M'v
To J. V. n.iritj : 'l ake notice of a bill of ..n.pl lin 1
exhinited ai a 11-t y. n de.eml ml by J .lin J Abet,
c-..rrpl innnt. tn the liiriict -.iirt .-f II e Te riior
of elrala f.-r ib- 'd Jonici.. I I 'iht . i t . uni- ti
( as-, which yu r- uitii l to an w. rou (Ii
IC1I1 da v of A 1 11!, 1 sfcti. ilie ol j cl ai. it p;iiyi r i f -a i
l II i- a dci-:ee of a.-tid ('out I dec et-irif tbt tou w lib
in a short day. aud iu Crf.ililt of your n doi. p t ti h
a M.i-I -r il.-fii I 1 M-id com; ainai.t Mim f..I.o ink: In
u he ciiy of Plutiimioutli . iu aid rtHintr: ;... I i.
I. ock 4. I.-I 7 in h ock l'.. 10'. l'2 in Li. k In'. : 11
!.i ck -21 lot 8 in l.io -ti -ll. lot 11 111 Mi- :H lots ,
and 4 in h ock 41, lot T i bb ek 41. lot 4 in Id... it -I',
lois 4 Hiid 5 in box-': .',4 lot .'1 in block .'t; 1.m am
fi in bloc- &7 lot .'. iu i.loi k 6s, lot- 1 a 11 I 11 in bio. k
iri loi 5 in block 'Jt, lot 3 in Id- ck I ' 1. lot 11 iu bloel-
lo t. J. M. WUOI.WoR I H,
f-hMw Solicitor for t:. ni I't.
Turoer M Marqiiett 1
Williaiii I e is. )
To Aid ani I.ewia.- Vooare her by notified thai
an KTtai-lmr'lit wa i-iil'-d by :n- in lav r j' tlie abov.
plain'iif. aad a?ainat the above named df ndant b:
I' e-uiu irt Ten IMIar pi i-iCipal, uud trial , t (01
M.i'et. ilie i4ib. at 10 o'rlock a 111, of ail tay, a'n
at wlii'Ii m:i" jHdjriiient tvill lie ren.-e e I u'ain?t yon
if vo.i do not appear and thuw cmuh.- t- t,e contiary.
JAilES '.f 1I.L,
Ju-ii -e of ti.e I'eice.
Plaltmo'jth, February 2 P.h, lsOd. 3
HATS St CAPS,
Boots & Shoes,
Give me a call. I propose going east
in a fhort time to purcbase goods, and
will sell off my present stock at
Extremely Low Figures.
Remember tbt placo. One doer WEST
of the Herald office,
CORNER MAIN axd SKCOMj aT.
n.ATTSMOI'l II, N. T.
J. E. TUTT, Proprietor.
i1 a. Tj h, 11: isr
I n mnced Intn hi nr brick l.-i'di
r of M no mie. t , I., j h I. m,o
eivmir .age a.'.d.Li u t hi, 1,1
iy i l .-i v r
JC Xt J KJ JLi JLt
He otf.rt t1i vi ty tip-1 of l..t, H ih in rt,
riii tt-jiivtn rn" tr iu th is w i.t dt
l;n t j tM( (tie 1 vtLtiid
ill i'livia vC.il II
l t h
BRICK C O It
mi p:ve him a call if y, u wish t.i buy !,.-ap.
JUULINf.TON AM) Mlr ul
1 80(5 EASTWARD In;,;
Short iiinl Q'liok lv .-i'- t
CHICAGO AND THC LTAST,
til l-.ttlll-'i ti'.H HlMl It.1 ll I - T I V il -y
;il M-a.i', llj! i i ;' .ii aiil nu' ) K ii :r.ia-i-.
Tl ri i" tr l.-av-- "I'liibin
).-s .Ma;Uu- a i,-y . r .. I j . .
E L' V 111 I' li Til al T J V I
1 UK s I.t W
M I .
COt'NCfL n.i i
NKbK.VSK A CI I V,
J'KI F. .
Hirtraae hpck-d tri'ii
J '. I t.
Oi - .I'n ;i riii
l-iNf...-r lii- . !i i" ill r i k
i.: N "i tfi, Ki.l .ii tl S -ii l ... ;iini u . ;
t i l Hi i- i; l- i I- r a -I '; .1 i ....;
ase. ,. -.. vf 'I'1- -. ll' l''V.
t'.l-Cllk','l' Wl I U'l 1,1 " '"J ' '
lire ill il;. u. - ii :i --1 t. -
I.. CAltl'F.t:, li.-i" i i ; i.i mi 1 I
ii I i
VVil Ir.n'.l a; jar. i- ai;. -i n i..i; 1 ',
ler en KH'IHV. '! .1.1' 'J-i-1 i" i i- . .. .
w I . f I r . ." .l: I.. - i u :. .i ..
. ii . ah a - 1 1 I .i i- .1 i i -
M hM.J ef ('..:!', :i Co!!,. I v
vV i r k i ri i ('.i".-. 1 I i - j it r : i . i M .1
a largi- Iut of J-'a nu ;i. I 1 in. in 1,
Hmic'liilid tii.Uil-, K -.
T r In M i f i.-iie, I
. I . - .
I'll tt.liniili, Mali-ii -.'.( '
17 X i f ).V
All i AT MAKK1.T.
.1. R. WclJs V f :o
Have on hand ut '1 timet a g u I a- - it i..-m-. i
High' at ra-h t.: j u.I fur I ( j i - , V- .:
CJash Paid for Country ProiU"
Ttij!" wifM-or anyttiiiii in inv lii.-.-i i i- '
WOJ d do well tu Caii and r-ee lot III tue.v. -
Jllarket sou lit 3 de of .M.iin Sheet,
I'Ul TiSIUL-l Jl, ,v, 1 .
33 J. 3E5L JE3 JFL
Frank Coff, Proprietor.
I keep countarit'J on Lau.l
mi la i).
f 7M" A .'A'
and all kind- of fancy art'rle )3 . :.n:. d.-'
fn p.irti' i-r .rivat- f iu,la-a a ,h ca .',0-1 a
1 Lave a H h'. clan
in opftrati"n, 0-1 raQ f:irr.ih P'li t- r crarkr-r., " '
cracker , r.r ai.y uth' r Tar.e:T fc thurt w-'. e , '
iu any lant-.ty.
I a;m inepartJ to fuiuiih
Warm Mtah or Cold Lunch at all hot
Segars, Tebaico, E:o.
cotutaoily kepi on ban 1.
GIVE ME A CALL.
Adt i.er-oo i-Mou t. pur.-fc Yn-oi-r.ro;! i .
. . ..- . . ,4 Ik. . . I. . It I UmA
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