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, .THURSDAY, NOV.,7, 1867
We have received, up to the hour of
going to press, but little news from the
Elections that came off Tuesday in the
various States. The returns so far
indicate that New Ycrk State has gone
Democratic by from 10.000 to 15.000.
Few York City is reported at tiO.OOO
Democratic, and Brooklyn at 13.000.
Returns from Massachusetts indi
cate the election of the Republican tick
et by handicme majorities.
Wisconsin elects the entire Repub
lican ticket by from 5,000 to 10.000,
Female and Negro Suffrage are both
said to be defeated in Kansas.
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: IOWA LEGISLATURE.
Tho . Twelfth General Assembly,
eays the JVonpareil, tvi'l le composed,
politically, as follows: ...
Senate Republicans, 39; Democrats
8i .Inaependent and People's, o. -
House Republican?, 77; Democrats
17; People', 5; Independent, 2.
But two Senators aiA thirteen Rep
resentatives were re-elected. '
G.4I-S" I. I.DI.4N'A.
The copperhead papers throughout
the land, have, to appearances at least,
meileJ a small Democratic gain in
Ohio, and they thout "gains" at eve
rything and everybody. They even
claim "fains" in Indiana on the
strength ct the returns from a portion
cf the State, but they fail to hear any
thing from that portion of the State
which shows ?n overwhelming Repub
lican vole. The election in Indiana
was similar to ours ia Nebraska for
county officers alone and shows a
Republican majority in . the State cf
LOOK AT THE r ACTS.
It has been asserted by all the cop
perhead papers in the country that if
the negroes had the power they would
elect none but their own color to oiTice.
Atthe late election in Alabama, where
it is said by copperhead papers that all
the ,1'iadicals there were blacks, they
elected t event y -six radical white men
as delegates to the Constitutional Con
vention and only nineteen colored men.
The radicals elected ninety five out of
nicety-seven delegates. The colored
men certainly had the powar to elect
ivnom they pltased. Did they make
ctlor a requisite qualiflcr.tian? The
assertions of the copperhead press are
not sustained by the farts. It really
looks like the colored men had more
tense nbout this "war of races' ques
tion than many of those who boast of a
whiter skin. They do not object to
voting for white men, even when they
have the power to dictate. Does not
their action in Alabama completely re
fute the Copperhead hobby, and put to
shame those who are endeavoring to
create a war of races?
There has been a great' deal said
about the manner in which the copper
heads get out their vote in Pennsylva
nia, and more recently in Wisconsin
and other States. Republican papers
have published the circular letters sect
by the copperhead State Ctmmir.ees
and some of them have commented se
verely upon them. e see no just
reason to complain of the manner n
which the Democratic leaders hare
brought out their party voie it is their
right to do all in their power to get the
voirs out. The only grounds tor fault
finding that Republicans have is Le
cause their leaders have not made the
same exertions to bring out their voters
that Democrats hare. Let them learn
a lesson from this; and in future cam
paigns they may be benefited by it.
We see that in Wisconsin the Demo
crats have been following in the foot
steps of Pennsylvania, and the Chair
man of the Slate Committee has ap
pointed an individual in eery neigh
borhood to organise and bring out the
vo'.e, to furnish political documents,
newspapers, etc., to such as he thinks
should have them, all at the expense of
. the State Committee. This is all fair;
it is legitimate; and Republicans should
ifo likewise, instead of findmcr fault
with those who do work. Let the Re
publicans of Nebraska have such an
organization cf the party as will make
treason tremble and hide its head next
fall. They ehculd commence cow.
If the principles we advocate are worth
anything they are worth an earnest
attempt to- perpetuate them. Nebras
ka has a rote for President next fail.
and Republicans should see to k in sea
son that we are not compelled to lament
our apathy in organizing and bringing
oat the vote of the party, as were cur
friends in c'hn Stales this Oil
A number of prominent Southerners
are now in Washington urging the
sending of more Federal troops into the
South. They fear a general uprising
amorvgth negroes, and think''-they are
not able to cope with ihem.'; They say
the negroes are generally, armed, and
that the whites are mostly. dtstitute of
the means of defence. A short time
ago these Southerners were as anxious
to get' the "Lincoln-hirelings'' out of
the South as they now are to get tome
of them down there. The difference
is that then they wanted to set the
iron heel upon the negro, end now they
fear the order wilt be reversed.
THE EFFECT 1IV THE SOUTH.
At the close of the war the defeated
rebels were willing to accept almost
any terms which would allow them to
live; and large numbers of them, as we
have, heard many persons say who
were there at the clsse of hostilities,
expected nothing less than the disfran
chisement of every participant in the
rebellion. This they would have . ac
cepted at that time without an audible
murmur, because they could not hare
said it was injustice, however impolitic
it might have been on the part cf the
Gut-p.rnment.. But what do we hear
from :ihese men now, after Andrew
Johnson has espoused their cause, and
the people of Ohio and Pennsylvania
have allowed their natural allies the
copperheads to gain an apparent vic
tory in those States A correspondent
of the Tribune, wri'ing from Georgia,
"You-woild hardly believe were I
t3 fell 3ou the absurd hopes excited in
the Southern bosom by the . recent
Democratic successes. One result the
planters regard as certain. 'We shall
all be paid for our niggers,' they say,
'in less than three years.' I know of
several plar.ters who have already
made out all the necessary papers, with
descriptions, affidavits, &c, to support
These Southerners know very well
what the result would be if the north
ern copperheads could only get control
of affairs. This correspondent denom
inates these hopes as "absurd." They
are absurd in one respect that the
people of ihis government are going to
place a rebel sympathizing party in
power; but they would- be well foun
ded were it not for that fact. We have
not the least shadow of a doubt but
these hopes would be realized shculd
such men as Yallandigham, Pendle
ton, Seymour, and others cf like ilk,
ever pet control of ihe government.
But "there's the tub." These hopes
ore "absurd" becau.e the men enter
taining them are misled as to the real
state of affairs in Ohio, Pennsylvania,
a2 oilier States where there have
been apparent coppeiheod gains. We
believe the people cf those States are
as true to the principles of the Republi
can party as they ever were, but issues
have been brought to bear in which
these former slave owners have no
part or parcel; and when the question
is brougbt down as it will be next
fall to that of national politics solely,
then, indeed, will these men see how
"absurd" their hepes have been.
Pursuant to call, a number of citi
zens met at the office of Hon. T. M.
Marquett, on Friday evening last, and
organized, for the purpose of securing
a circulating library, by appointing
Hon. T. M. Marquett President, and
J. N. Hays, Secretary.
On motion, Messrs. Erwin, Sprague
and Chapman were appointed a Com
mittee to draft a Constitution and By-
On motion, Hon. T. M. Marquett,
Capl. Marshall, Rev. Betts, H. D
Hathaway, General Livingston, and
Messrs. Davis and Brown, were ap
pointed a Committee on Ways and
On motion, meeting adjourned to
meet at same place, at 7 o'clock, on
Friday even'ng, S.h instant, at which
time reports of Committees will be
The public h rejpectfully requested
The N. Y. Tribune suggests that
the Society for the Preventanon of
Cruihy ii Animals ought to take no
tice of the frightful pressure which the
Democrats are putting upon the Prsi
dent to make him hold his tongue.
Next summer, says a foreign
journal, will probably witness the pub
lication of a work" of great interest, the
"Memoirs" of Talleyrand. On May
17ih the great diplomatist will hare
been dead thirty years, and the prohi
biiion which be laid upon the publica
tion of his papers will then expire.
Hon. Robert Savage, Democratic
Senator of the Nineteenth Ohio Dis
trict, has recently declared bis adhesion
to the Republican raity, giving as a
reason that what he saw and heard du
ring a recent tour of the South con
vinoed him of the necessity of standing
by Congress in its plan of recontruc
All officers belonging to stations iq'
the Southern States, who have been
absent on the account of yellow fever.
have been ordered to return during the
month of November. """ ""
It is said that Gram's retrenchments
in, the War Department amount, to fire
millions yearly. The total expense of
flu War Office, including buo ty, from
January 1 to October 20. amount to
nearly a hundred and ten millions.
Jeff Davis has indicated his readi
ness to appear for trial on the 13ih, in
accordance with the letter from Justice
Chase. Davis council is not. disposed
It is slated on guod authority that
the President contemplates recall-
m w e
ing minister yiuams, vvun a view oi
offering him the portfolio of State.
Sherman writes that he regards the
Indian war at an end.
There are one hundred and twenty
eight thousand voters registered in
New York, and fifty four thousand two
hundred in Brooklyn.
Special despatches say the Represen
tatives of the European powers regard
the situation and affairs in Italy as se
rious. French officials declare Victor
Emanuel guilty of double dealing se
cretly aidiDg Garibaldi, violating the
September. Treaty, for which Napoleon
wil' ca.'l him to account . and deny the
truth. Prussia intends to interfere.
Bismark simply intimated a desire to be
present at the Conference of the pow
ers, prcposed by France.
An incendiary fire destroyeJ the
Penitentiary and work shops at Colum
bus. Ohio, on the night of the 3d.
Loss seventy-five thousand dollars.
Ii is again reported in Denmark,
that the licked States has purchased
the Danish West Indies. The amount
now stated to tave been given is four
teen millions of dollars in gold.
Latest Jos-patches from Rome say
that the Papal troops, supported by the
French, attacked Garibaldi at Monte
Rotondo, and defeated him. Some
say Garibaldi was killed; another ac
cont.t says that he retreated and sur
rendered to the Italian troops.
A CM01 HIT.
The New York City coppeiheada
having headed one of their campaign
posters wi'h the well-known quotation
from Milton's Paradise Lost, "Awake!
Arise! or be forever Fallen!, the Tri-
bune takes them off in the following
"Our Democratic city papers are
publishing a call for a rneeti.ig headed
Rally, Democrats, Iully; Awake!
Aaise! ,or r- forever fallen!" Ti.
Democrats have thus adopted Satan's
war-cry to his followers floundering in
the abyss of hell, and looking up thence
in despair upon the frowning bmle
mer.ts of Heaven, from which they
have been "hurled with hideous ruin
and combustion down." This is ap
propriate, as tbey long since adopted
the Satanic principle which
- -'had rather reign ia Hell than serve in Heaven,'
and being overthrown in the Rebellion
to which this ambition gave rise, they
still, with Satan, deny that "all is lost,"
so long as "stern, inexorable hate" sur
vives. It is a new nnd refreshing ev
idence of the courage of his Satanic
Majesty that he discharges his feeble
subordinates of Mozart and Tammany,
and once more, as of old, assumes in
person the command of his forces, re
issuing hi? ancient proclamations, as if
he felt himself once more at the head
of his ancient followers."
Seward has sent a special messen
ger to Rome to offer the Pope an as
ylum. Thirty nine clerks have been dis
charged from the Paymaster Gener
al's Office, by Gen. Grant.
The Wheeling Intelligencer esti
mates that the Virginia Senate will
stand twenty Republicans to two Dem
ocrats; and the House about the same
a9 last year forty four Republicans to
Rumor connects the name of Mc
Clellan with the soperintendency of
the New York Central Railroad, but
it is not probable that be will reach the
scene of operations in season to do any
harm during this generation.
Nasby seems to be unequal to the
task of doing justice to the Ohio elec
tion; at least he has not attempted it.
He and Deacon Pogram are supposed
to be lying in blissful unconsciousness
at the corner grocery.
A Chicago despatch says: The
Cheyennes have met the Peace Com
missioners and signed a. treaty which
gives them the country between the
Arkansas and boutn rlatte rivers.
There will probably be peace till next
The total number of votes regis
tered in Virginia was 216,217. Of
this number 315,157 were whites and
101,490 were blacks. The whole
number or votes .cast, at the recent
election of delegates to the Constim
tional Convention was 154, 198. Of
this number 90,162 were cast by
Diacits, ana tne radical maiority was
HOW DO l'O'tf LIKE IT?
How do war Democrats like the sen
timent and language of the man who is
just now the 'bright particular star" of
the Northwestern Democracy -"Brick"
Pomeroy. How -do war democrats
like it, we ask. How do respectable,
decent, honest men of any party, creed
or faith relish it? We give a few. ex
tracts from this Democratic "light," as
they appeared in his paper, the La
Crosse Democrat, and ask every honest
man to consider ihein carefully. We
know that no true man be he Demo
crat or Republican will have the
shamefacedness to attempt a justifica
tion of them; and yet this man sways
the Democracy cf the Northwest, and
his writings are sought with avidity by
a hoste of so-ca'led Democrats. He is
just the style of writer that can gain
an influence in that party. He now
claims a circulation of 70,000 copies of
the paper in which such things as the
following constantly appear:
"That the uncouth monster, dragged
from rail-mauling, bailed from his seal
in an Illinois bar-room, Q where his
highest ambition was to retail smutty
stories to a gang of libidinous, whisky
drinlting lecherous comrades) to ad
minister the government, is dead."
"IlardJy had the Sangamon igno
ramus to whom Mr. J. W. Booth gave
a martyr's crown, and placed him on
that higher plane of existence where
John Brown and kindred horse thieves
and murderers dwell, objects of wor
ship for the gaping white and black
rrggers groveling below hardly had
the pulpits left off iheir deckings of
crape, and their occupants complacent
ly read m letter-press their gushing
and grief-stricken tributes in his honor,
before committees were organized and
organizing in every part of the country
to build monuments to his memory, to
attest his virtues and set forth a repub
"And the money piled in you bet.
Ministers and prostitutes, thieves and
sewiug circles, gamblers and Sunday
School teachers, pimps and colporteurs,
saints and sinners, big and little, rich
nd poor, black and white, brought
forth their stamps, their postals, their
greens, and ihe comu.ittees accepted
heir donations, thanked the loyal,
wore good clothes, bought nice houses,
drove fast horses, decked their wives
and women in choice apparel and
and didn't build Abraham nary monu
ment! And he, like ihe good for
tiolhing, no-account white tra.-h that he
was, rotttd in hi9 sepulchre!'
"A monument to Lincoln on South
ern sou: Lincoln, me murderer or
Southern men the maker of Southern
widows and orphans Lincoln, who
ha I burned their cities, wasted their
substance, rotted, pillaged, scourged
with fire and sword- Lincoln, usurper.
despot, traitor devil the crod of negro
idolatry, the enemy of his race! Lin
coin, whose name is the synonym of all
that is brutal, detestitle, monstrous!
Lincoln who smnds without a peer in
the catalogue of Americans who have
won infamous immortality by acts of
crime and vi'lainy too horrible for
mortal contemp!atiotj! '
"Build it, loyal vampires and knaves
enjoy the pleasure afforded you by
your power over the helpless and
downtrodden you build upon a foun
dation of sand you suppose, Lul uod
disposes! The time will come when
your monumental pile in Lincoln'
honor shall be leveled with the earth;
when net ene stone shall be lef. up
on another of its once fair proportions,
and ihe memory and remembrance of
it shall pass from the minds of men,
and the wrong you seek to perpetuate
shall be atoned for with a fearful expi
ation!'' "A monument to Lincoln! What
need! There is a monument of hate
in ihe heart cf every honest American
for his vices and misdeeds, which will
prow and increase while the presem
generation exists, or a love of freedom
shall find lodgment in patriotic breasts!
Li: coin monuments fill the ghastly
cemeteries and I attie grounds of the
republic; hobble about our streets, arm
less, legless, mutilated epitaphs to his
memory! Lincoln monuments be
hold them in a broken Union, a viola
ted Constitution, a debt of three thou
sand millions, reared upon the labor of
"His memory will live without a
Two men, accused of murder, were
forcibly taken from the jail at Frank
lin, Indiana, last week, and bung. The
f3r west is not the only place where
ikey do such things.
Spotted Tail has named his only
child Lizzie Euphemia Pocahontas
Spotted tail. She is said to be intelli
gent; and presents rather a handsome
appearance, and the old gentleman
contemplates giving her the ndranlages
of a classical education.
Courage, says the New York In
dependent, is characteristic cf Ameri
can armies; poltroonery, of American
parlies. Give men muskets, set ihem
shoulder to shoulder in the field, sound
the charge and each man makes his
comrade a hero; but martial these
same men into a political party, lead
ihem into battle for an idea and, nine
times out often, they will demoralize
each other into cowards.
The Republican party notwith
standing its boasted high mettle, and
notwithstanding its still more boasted
high principle even- yet quakes at
meeting a negro by day as at seeing a
ghost by Light.
JOflKSOX'S THREAT TO RE
SIST. The New York Nation devotes an
editorial to the subject of Andrew
Johnson's supposed purposes upon and
after the ro-assembling of Congress,
and uses this language relative to his
threaHo resist suspension, from office
in case cf impeachments
' The question which just now seems
to receive most attention in connection
with him is whether he will resist sus
pension from office during impeach
ment, in case Congress should attempt
it, and there are plenty of men, gener
ally moderate who maintain that he
would be bound to do so if he believed
such a proceeding unconstitutional.
But the fact is, nnd it cannot be too
widely known or deeply pondered, that
to allow anybody to judge of the con
stitutionality of laws except the courts,
and act on his judgment, would produce
anarchy, and reduce Congress to a
nonentity. If the President rmy re
fuse obedience to a law because he be
lieves Congress had no right to pass it,
so may anybody else. His authority
is no more sacred, and not nearly so
much so as the property of any other
citizen; and suppose each citizen were
to take on himself to decide whether a
iax law were unconstitutional, . render
judgment in his own favor. The rule
that every law is presumptively consti
tutional till a court or law Das pro
nounced it otherwise, is of course, as
binding' on the President as anybody
else. The argument drawn from the
inconvenience of having the President
unlawfully stripped of his authority by
the Legislature is worth nothing unless
it enuld be shown that the inconveni
ence would be greater than that of al
lowing each President to decide what
laws he would obey. No political ar
rangement which the ait of man can
devise will prevent a people from some-
limes having to choose between two
evils: and between the evil of having
the pjwer of ihe President or the pow
er of the Supreme Court sometimes
encroached on by the Legislature, and
:he evil of having the laws nullified by
any President who chooses to declare
ihem- unconstitutional, there is really
no room for hesitating. The one
means temporary inconvenience, which
can always be removed by an appeal
to the people, the other means perma.
AFFAIRS AT CIIEYEXXE.
It appears that they are having a
lively time" out at the new railroad
city of Cheyenne. The following wilj
give an idea of real estate titles:
On ihe -2t5t.il day of October, 1867,
the Mayor of Cheyenne published the
Public Meeting of the Citizens
Of Cheyenm. By request of many
citizvns there will be a public meeting
of the citizens of Cheyenne, this even
ing, nt half past seven o clock, at the
City Hall, for ihe purpose of Hiking
into consideration the action of certain
parties assuming to claim, by right of
occupancy, certain unoccupied lots be-
ougia la o U. I'. 14. It. CVi nnrij
others, within the corporate limits of
th.s city. H. M. Hook, Mayor.
In pursuance of said notice, the cili-
zens or cneyenne assemveu ai me
City Hall at half pist seven o'clock r.
m., and organized by calling Mayor H.
M. Hook to the chair, and electing
Mr. Crawford secretary. The objects
of the meeting were staled by Mr.
Street. In response to the calls of a
portion of the citizens, James R. While-
id argued the right of the town
company, or the agents of the U P. R.
II. Company, to cell and dispose of un
After the conclusion of the remarks
of Mr. Whitehead, and m response to
loud calls from the citizens assembled,
Isaac S. Hascall appeared and advo
cated the right of citizens to acquire a
title to vacant lots by occupancy.
After the conclusion of ihe remarks
of Mr. Hascall, the same were replied
to by Mr. Whitehead. Thereupon,
Mr. Hascall offered the following res
olutions, which, after remarks by a
number of citizens present, were adop
ted almost unanimously, to wit:
Resolved That it is the opinicnof the
property holders and law abiding citi
zens of Cheyenne, that unoccupied lots
in Cheyenne are subject to location and
occupancy by our citizens; and that the
Union Pacific Railroad Co. have no in
terest whatever in vacant lots, except
in such as have been selected and are
necessary for side tracks, tianding pla
ces, switches, turn outs, depot grounds,
and sites for round houses, machine
shops, etc. etc., nor have the band of
greedy speculators that claim to sell
their good will to unoccupied lots in
this city, any interest in the same, or
any good-will to dispose of.
Resolved, That the laws of the Uni
led States recognize the right of citi
zens to acquire a title by occupancy to
lots in towns and cities upon the public
domain, and ihat any interference with
such right by the military stationed at
Fort li. A. Russell is a gross usurpa
tion of authority, and should meet with
the just condemnation of the citizens of
this gem city of the west, who are en
titled to breathe the pure air of free
Resolved, That it is our duty to stand
by and protect citizens in the exerce
of the rights guaranteed to them by the
laws of the United States; and we
hereby nledge ourselves to do so.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
The Cheyenne headtr says that on
Saturday night, after a public meeting
had been held at 'he City Hall, and
speeches made on taking posession of
and holding certain lots in this city, a
number of buildings, cabins, etc, were
immediately erected upon lots in differ
ent localities about town, but on Sun
day a detachment of troops arrived
from Fort Russell, who tore down and
removed such erections, with the de
termination to protect the property of
i. the Uuion Pacific Railroad.
The following are the pnnc'ples
and aims of the Republican party:
"In the enjraucftisem'nt of ihe negro,
the disfranchisement of rebels and the
viaintenance of ihe national credit, the
Republican party sees its way to the
accomplishment of its great work, and
in those who accept these issues and
adhere to these acknowlecged respon
sibilities it recognizes its (hue friends
and earnest well wishers."
Corrected by Simpson.Mickelwait StCo
Wheat Millet dull, sod priori rule about the
umr; little coming in.
Corn Ho chanje; very little offering.
PRODUCE Pol 10f15
Wheat $1303180 Mackerel.kitU 2 60(ci3 H)
Corn in car ' 40o XmIU J15
" shelled Cl'&HM) Kuttar 80
0ts 86 KK 20
Com meal 1 25 Potatoes 1 CO
Flour W 100 Stf 6 00
GROCERIES Retail Coffee !'. SO
Cotlee 38r750 Supar 1SC0
Sugar 15tf5o Tt-a 1 60t-a 13
T" 75W2 50 Rice HI3
Rice ITgliO Po.il Oil 70
Syrups 1 2ig 25 Tobacco "5i51 C,
Coal Oil SO S,ap 9f?12
Lar Oil 2 00 Naila 8V1I
Tobacco 752 0
W. D. GAGE.
W. R. DAVIS.
ROOTS ami SHOES,
Main Street, two doors above Fourth,
W her. the public may find
THE BEST OF GOODS,
and prices as low as ean he frond In the c ty.
We return fhanlcs for the liberal patronage we
have received, and hope to merit Us continuance.
Oct. 30. c7 gage davis.
WJI. J. FORD,
Main street, - - Opposite Post Ojfice,
Will keep on hand and make to order, Mattreseea,
Picture Frrocs, Window thad. Wall rarer, Ac.
flT All kinds of Turning ezcculed In go.d s'yle.
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this day made application to the Probate Court tl
Cass county to be appc'InteJ AJminlstr.tur of thn
est.tte of James A. Miilklff, late if Csss county, d
o ease J. The Court will hear said application on
Friday, Novrmber Z2d, 1867.
at 1 o'clock p. m , st which time sll rersons Interes
ted e in appear and show cause why said appolnt
mei.t oliou'd not be made lr any they have.
Olvtn under my hand this lit day of November,
1S67. . . J. W. MARSHALL.
nov 7 w8 Probate Judge.
William J. Hyatt, 1
vs. . J.
Dani i Dye.
Notice hereby given lhat br vlrtne of an ei
cutiun in the above entitl' d cause, issued it of at 1
under the seal of the Clerk of the District Court of
the fid Judicial District within and rr Cass eon nty
Ni br.i-ka, and to me directed, I will offer fur eM
at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, at
the front duur of ttia Court fIoas lu the city ut
Piattsmouth Xebraaka, on
Monday, the day of Xoveml'r, 18(17, '
between the hours of 10 anj 12 o'clock . M, t saM
day, all r saf1' ' :t! nd interest of th" at. re named
dtfonant. ujuii-jl Dye, In and to the following des.
cribed persenal propertv, (o-wit.- One sorrel mare,
one sorrel hnr-e, one sett of double harness and one
Walton, taken as the property of DanlelJIlye.
Givn under lay hand, this 21 day oi November.
A.l). 13C7 A. . TaVI.DK.
Shrtiifl'of Cass county Kei.
Ity Q V. r'tiHriBLD, lieputv.
T. M. Marqudl, att'y for pl'ff. nov7wJ
Miei ifTs Sale.
John Mutz, )
C. II. HV.ker. f
Notice la hereby given thst hy
virtue of an execution In the above rut Itled rsus.
Issued out of and nnder the seal of the Clerk ct tin
District Court of the 2d Judicial District, within an I
for Cass county Nebraska, and t me directed. I will
offer for sale at public antioo to the highest and
best bidder, at the front door of t is Court House la
the city ef PUttsmoath, Nebraska, ea
Monday, the 18 th day of Aovember, 1867,
between the hours of 10 and 11 o'c'oek e. ra of aid
day, all right, title and ii.tere-t of the above named
detendant, C. H. Walker in and to the following
described personal i mperty, to wit: Three large
sacks nt w wl and one small sack of wool, taken as
the property of C. II. Walker, or so mush thereof as
will sstisfy the plaintiff's eWim for $.149 60 and
t35 S3 coats, and all accruing cots.
Oive'i tin ier my hand th's 6th dav of Vovember,
A. D. 1SC7. . B. TATLCTl
Sheriff of Cas County Neb.
Iiy O W. VsIKrtsLii Depaty.
T. M. Marquett, Att'y for pl'7. nov7wK
C. HEIS1CL, Proprietor.
Have recently been repaired anJ place! in thor
ough, running order. Custom work done ea short
100,000 Rustiel of Wheat
Waoted immediately, for which the highest n-arksl
price will be paid. aug'ii tf
To School Diatritt Officers within ihe
County of Cass, and Stale of Nebraska:
Pursuant to the provisions of ihe Kevlsed Schoc I
Law, passed at 3d cession of the LeiriHluture of Ne
braska, (entitled "A n Act fur KcviS'oo of lis
School Law,") I hereby notify you lhat 1 hsve. In
accordance with tha provMons and requir ineuteof
s id Act, nunbered the School Districts in ( an
canty, as follows, vii:
I lattxnv u'h city No. 1 ;
l'la'tsuiouth pieiiuct No's 2, 3 and 4, as hitliertv
Kock M ulTs city No. 5. forro"ry No. I;
Kock Bluffs pree nct No's S, 7, S and 9, formerly. 8,
8, 4 and ; ;
Liberty precinct No's 10, 11, 12 and 13, formerly
1, 2. a Hlld 4;
Mt. Pleasant precinct No's 1 4, 15 and 16, formerly
1,2 and 8;
vnr .r.r;nrf No's 17, 13, 19 and 20, formerly 1,
2, 3 and 4;
WeepinsT Water precinct No's 21, 22, 23 and 24,
formerly 1, 2, : and 4;
KIkIii-M nu Urove No'e 'Si, 26 and 27, formerly 1,
1 smi 8;
OreipoJM precinct No's 28, 29 ard 30, formerly 1,
1 and 3;
Ixiuisville precinct No'. 31, 32 and 83, formerly I,
2 and 3;
South R.?nd precinct No. 31, formerly 1.
bait Creek . ,reciuct No's 35 aud So, formerly I
The several Districts will therefoie re-ognlie the
above numherinK, ami the. recpeetlve Directors ia
each District will make a pioper record of the Num
ber of thiir District, and at the earliest practlcabl
moment furnish ire a correct plat of the same.
Shoa'd there he any litrins thst have not as y t
held an e ection and elected their oflicera nndci the
provisions of the Revised School Law, they will
proceed Immediately to do so, first giving notice of
the time and place of holding said election In such a
rranner as that the electors In such DiHtrict or Dii
tricts shall be duly notified of aaid election.
Oiven uniler my hand, at my office In the city "f
- I'lattemoutb, this tfUt day of Orhlsr,i D HI.
- - H. JsHUKLOCK. Cl 'rk.ai d
Fx-cffklo Sup't Public Schools, Case Co., Neb.
To all County and Precinct Officer
Elected as such at the General Elec
tion held October 6th, 18G7;
Toil are hereby notified that by calling at mT
office In F'attanioutli, you will receive your Certifi
cates of Kiectlo'i. I give tins notice that persons
who are waiting to receive their certificates at their
ree'deoee, by n.ail, snecisl messenger, or otherwise,
need "'nit no longer, hut come and receive you r cer
liacaUaand qualify. I p result), there not a man
elected to an otttce In the County that drx-s not know
it. The c'Tliflcates aie Usaed, you will therefore
qualify as the law ooti-mplalis. Ri'pectfully.
oc31 3w Count- CI- rk
SALE of SCHOOL
To all whom it may concern :
1, B bpurUick, Clrk, In and fi.-Cass
cenaty, S.ate of Nebraska, d', by virtue of the au
thority in me vested by the prov.sions of an Act en
tilled -'An Act to provide for the Keifistiy of School
Lands, their Pale, Ac ," passed at the 3d Session of
the Legislature of the State ef Nebraska, hereby
give notice that on
TUESDAY, ihe Uth day of January,
A. D. 1S68,
At 10 o'cloek 1 M, at front door of the Court-Ifou-e,
In the city of l'latt'tjiomh, N braska, t will tf -r for
sale all the School f.sr,il withiu the County, known
ns pec tion 10 and 80, and latidj selected la lieu of
Lands in the south-we-1 corner of :he County wl,;
be on' red first, commencing In Mange nine (i), l !
continuinK rentilerly through nld Kangeand Kanfri
ten (10), eleven (1 1), twelve (12), thirteen (13). four
teen (14); which sale w ll b coudncterr In strict ac
cordance wiilt the provision a3d re'iutr'uris o?
In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand ar.l
official seal at my oflice io Plattiuioulh citr,
on this 31st du of October. A n l6 .
B. SfUKLOCK, Clerk,
ocSlllw Cats County, Nebraska.
PETITIO TOR SALEOF
J. N. Wise. Administrator 'i
of the estate of l'cti-r A t ary.dcceas'd, ?
The Itelra and others. J
He it remembered that on the S"th day of 0.-tol er,
1 D IS 7, the Application and IVtition o: J N. Hi",
Administrator of the Estate of Peter A. Sarpy, de
ceased, for a llcrne to sell tbe Real Estate belonging
to the suid e stat , ca ii. on to be beard before li s
Honor fitorge H Lake, and the Court Doing fully
advised in the premises.
It is hereby ordered that a!l persons interested In
the Katate of I'eter A. Sarpy, deceased, appear bf
fore me on the 3d day of December, a u I8T7, at
o'clock a m of sjid day, at the orh- of the Clerk ef
the District Court in tbe city of I'lat'smouth, Cs
County, Nebraska, to fhow ennse why a lic-nM
should sot be granted to the Administrator ap.lrlrit
thcrtfor to sell so much of the Real Estate of the 1
ceased as shall be neeenary to pay such debts.
Ard it ia hereby further ordered that a cup
the above order be published in the Nebraska Her"
aid, a weekly newspaper published in tbe city of
Plattsmonth, for four succs tvs weeks, the last 'n
sertion being complete at least fourteen drs b'fs
tbe 23d day of Dec-mtw, 1307.
Iv the Ci:r-
-';tt" -,Fi"pf;E Ft. r.sKr.
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