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THE NEBRASKA HERALD
13 PCBLISnED TTEEKLT BY
H. D. HATHAWAY,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
One hi it a re 'spare ten lines) one insertion.
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i.acii sui"ci(ueii'. iiisi'iiion,
Profo-sjona! eanis not exceed! nt- six lines
Une-nuai ter column vr U.-s, per annum,
" three iiioin hi",
One-h ilf column twelve month.
" . ' mx month'.
" three uiont lis.
One column twelve inontli.8
" six moiiihs.
" three month'.
All transient advert. .-eiuenta inuift be dj
in ad an. e.
PJA1TSM0UTH,. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER "2, 3SG9.
jriOfTn.'e corner Main and Soeoud street", sec
n 1 story.
TEHM3 : S2.00 per annnin if paid in advance,
SIS) if not puid in advance.
PtiTTMiirTH LM)f;E Xn. 6 A. F. 1 A. M.
Hi puiar iii-i-tins t their hall on the first and
t'i pi I I " cvetiinzs of each month. Trans
ient brtthrrn invited to visir.
,u JilN W. SHANNON, Y. M.
.T V. WiSE. S"C
m'uht Loom: i;. I. A. F. k A. M. K,-ul:ir
' l l ,u L : i !.
Tnit'iltl-- i 'iii i .'-in ivuii j I M'l.H" in .'in 11
mmitti at .Masonic n.io. .1. N. l 15fc., V . M.
W. Win rKR-TiNK. So.
rn? i-"S A On utmi No. 3 It. A. M. Rreular
'n-nrritinif rx-rond mid fourth Tii'vLiy evc-
... i!, .. 71 '
PillC? "I - -' " i . ' ' ; " -v I'. Ji.
1.. I . in Iv ... II. r.
EfTHKN S r.en I)i::r:e l,nm;s. I i"iriiln r meet-
in::'' of tlie I i t ( V arc fi I I oti Wcii ti;-l:i eve-
ni-nr. "r Injure 1'ia lill t:iioii oi e:t''h month.
Ill 'li-f'-r .'la-nj. their wive:. si-ters and
.i i i-'litt r- arc in il;d to attend, r unturned ia-
J.i:.- inu.-t In: over .-c-'iiir-tn year- t ;c.
u. ii. w ii ivr.Ltn, i'airon.
Mas. C. A. Iuikr. J'ntron.-ss.
J. N. V.'i-iK. Hecordcr.
r. . :. t.
0:.tvf Iln writ. No. 2 V. V. T.i ..nrird. W. C.T.:
I. V. L"i-. W. S.: V'. iil'ms frrree. l.od'e'
If.!ty. M'-t :!, -till Hot:,-. Hail every
n,-.-.: iv i Mi:,', 1 ravel. n ienil.ai:. rc.-pget-
I'.vi T'.-i"K H i.P'E l.or.i.f:. .No. I . I ;. Ii.
I .'!.: K. I-:. While. 1. J r r - ;:t i.'oort
H hi tl i . I .! urst a" i atui !:; ;.' . en-
j I ' I- !' il I". Hi- 11.
Sripni'llMi'i i.o';i: .No. rs. ii. .1. l avH. .
C. T.: Ind-ew I'-iii.tn. V.'. S. MccM ;.t Mt.
'l-a-.ii t every Oiirhiy rviim r.
I ai ivn "V Ijo.h.k. No. II. .M.ilhia (.innbcll.
V.. :. i .: F. M. 1 ..mi- jr.. V. S .: V.M..I. Ilsc:-.
l.':'ii-. M"i-r rviTV V'i.ilri"-.lay pvi ii-
,):. ; ra v.-i i fir' I .-m i.Iar r.-.'.i-r:lnll.y ni'iri'..
Tepvk lii:n I l.i.i ( K. No. lii. A'ii.i-" iil!itli.
'.". I'. T.rJii.-- A' I! V.'. S.: C. II. V.'in-I., ,
1. Mil'.''. ii-'. riy m.l.iy fvi-iii-nr. j
Jrav i iii li'Ui;n n. aro ri -j f -i:ully invitcl to
St :B.uke Parisli.
Motii'dv li e .r:; 2- . 1 il e Ve-ir.- 1-t Tuesday
CVeni::-' "t '" l" 'i! . !l 1 'ie J-' et'-ry: la i ti ly
tneel ii. .--i'-''V I-t , o!vl:'j. ol .t ay, .U'.'U.-t,
Nov-amer i-nd ! I-M'.
i . . . I t.'J. 1 IL.Mi, I. elor.
Wn. L. i i i s. ( l -ik.
ATT!.-It NT: V AT I.AVv", Plattsino.i' !.. Neb."
ATT'UtNKV AT I. AW i-n.l Sc!ii ilor in Chan
cery. I". i;t. in.ii'.'Ji. Ni br.i-t.a.
s. :.. c; o FEU.
ATT. 'UNKY T I. W . i'latr-mnuth. Neb.
Wilt l.nv I s I. i'.eal l.J Iv, a..d piy taxes for
rioi-r- -i b n! '. ! eii ruvcd in..' u . . i in i i - I lands
and b :s ..rs;ile. ijunei'i'M.
X-;.I,I. SAM. M. rilAl'MAV
TTi'N i'.'i AT LAW mid S..!i.-itor. in
i hatieery. I'i;. ' : -'noa; h. .Veora-ka. ni:i -e over
'lii!eiV tbit: ! s !' ;ii, St- re. iapil.
TTi:!lNTV T ,' mid Ci-ne,:.! T.nnd
Azeiit. I.iu -m1 .. N.'I'M-K... Wiil i.raetiee iii any
1. 1' the 'oiir'-- "I ll.e State, and n ill buy alitt seil
Ileal l.-t.ite on r.iniiiiission, pnv iaes. examine
Tub-. : .. i i.ov;f.
ilJr. J.. r. TS3031.4S,
Uavirs .i r:-.: i : ' ly ." rite l nt Wv pii!? Wa
mr K.i 1 1 -. I . "r!i - !i i s - i mat s r ! to t lie
, :' ::- .. t':t-s oeipy, N'ebr i-k:i. ijani'Oatf.
ci. ii ir;s i: ex, 51. 12.,
Iir'.-Ti TW .-.NI SI Til.KoN tenders liij
I ii.11. 1 -. 1 . ir. - t 1 be 1 it i-'i:s of Cass eoin
1 ; . 1 e.-i'l. ii -i- - .11 . ii. ii-1 rot li'. r ol I 'ak a nd Si xt h
st 1 . 1 -: ..Ii'.. 1 ! M tin stri i t, o;i.o.-ite Court
II l.-e. I'I-;. 1 -1:10111:1, Nebr.lska.
j. v. ::ATj-5.s:.fi- 32. i.
I ilVSK IAN AMI SI IKi !'. N late a Sir
2". ii -i ii- 'l.ief f t!i- Arirv nl' till I'l.tmaae.
I'latt-atoiitli. .Ni i r.i-ka. li'u . w i.ii )'r. 1'. ..
I iv in-t.m. r ti M.iiti street, upposit..' the Court
Ii.. i-i-. I'i at. I'' i ! II coiner of Keek Hll'l
1 1 r Ii sireets. iw o il ims -miih id 1. i'. tiass.
I'llYSIlT AN A .-! l'Cl.'K.V Ilavir.tr loea'cd
rt W i-.-l-iiiT 1'-' 'i r I' if-. ! ill Ml.. 'lid ?.vi.!ii;-tl-"
to nil j.to.t-.sionai i :;-, 1,-th day alii niu'ht.
li.H.VIIirl.F!. 1.. !. h: mtt.
i t;te2s:5:?..i v. to,
i Ke.it -i Ti ravin A'.-..!it, Nolane:
r Piii I
ik i I. lie 1 ii-oian -e Agents, I'l ots-
!i;.iLhT':-n vaihky BioL'si;.
II!. ''. M i' 1 1 I' !' ie:..r. eo.-iier of Main
and i: tt -tr I !:iti'in.o-t!i. Ne' ra-ka.
il.i.u - been i ;:' and new Iv l'ttnil-hed oibrs
Ui'-lel'-s iu-i nr.im-.i.iat i'.ns. l;-iaril by :ie day
i r n k. i'iiiic'-''.
C. II ill - V.X.. I'r .irie.. r. IT ivins rei erily lre-i
rep:i:r '.I .um ! la e i ia thor..iitfh riittnin? order.
Ii-:..; uori. i..i'ie mi -loir; m.ti--... pio.oi-l luli
d - - I V iic": i '. -.i.i-l i in t .(''. i.it .-i , (or w !i i.-li t be
hl:'i.--I ir..' . i.t i ir u i: ! ! i -aid. ,air:'J-it.
:.-l-'-! 17. f - A . i ! i-t. Fire. Ti dan 1 ard Tra , isle-
ii r": :e -V-:t. :d.:Ie vi-i.s:tl rea-ml-abl.
rat--i::i ir ,: t rcirole I ' r.e pai. i.-- in t ae
i'liite I :: -. I 'air-o.p-.i.-iie tic.' Court Itrn'-e,
I'lair-ta . ti'.. Neb. in.:t;.'U'l:'.
:--ir:s. .3. a- uv-vit,
li.ivin rere-ve 1 a new Mtpi.Iy i-f (i.oiis,
n.nv nt'i'. s M ;s;'t:t rife ab.ivo .:-(, and Hum
lie's (.ra--.i:.-i . .I' s al: 1 Irii . i'i-o ei.!..r.'d
i-r.i;. in i a l -1 -i b at ti -.'. . to - t -'.
li'i.o-ls k i't . t . .' and " -.-i:i"i i: ''...'s
st, ires. l:i..r'J"tf.
, C Mll'MNTUKS A N 1 1 J r N V. Win ,U all
t v.. rk in tli' ir line ti short 1 "t:i ... Will take
i t o..n;r oi-. !;- nr.. Sum I!. ; I i :rn i.-h in a ten il
f; wbi ti d.-iri I. i o ,! o:i .':iin street, op ..-
. .V.K. C!iur.h.
s c::ri.Nii.K am .);. m.:.. in " ..i
v i i k in li :s 1 1 no mi -ii.i. f vol 'it .I tlie iir .t
1 ' ie. i.tr.ivti f.T I'u.Mii.K .cade Cll fK a-
tetMs. ; . rt.
'Jon pon ';f-N rr P"n"-f"
,i Oonsi-tav .if firni-."' ."eh tltr.KrT i" Ir:c-.lr
f, " . .i-monih. properiv in 1 lati . uth Oit. ,
i I s. e:iTt'e. va'-o-is. etc.
il i or further i-artieular t rei;ire of', r rdd;-. -s
! Ol-h'. W. I. I h
s iiUf'.I t.'tn ir.l.T :'i. I'laiisniouth. eb.
F. P. TCDD. AGENT,
PL. 1 TTS.V.O UTII. .XHBRSKjI
A ;ro.i 1 a -- rtir.ent i f Macliipes en hand. I
a!- keep '1 iir.-.i t. nil. Ni i-dl 'S. ,Vc.
i: .- h iK to rcnl l.y the :ii"'itu.
C.lihee Soiilii sid'.' Main.-treet. del"i'tf
lUHCli & ''La M BIX Or
Il.ive pened :i .-'hop on fi.xth street. n;ith of
.M li :i. . in : e t hcv :. re rei .1 i e 1 to do all i;mi: in
t:ie iii ..ck-mit'ii.i--line "il .-bo;: notice and in
the best .-ila. siii.e!!i'. ltapairii! ;, an 1 all
kin-Is ol eu-e :u w ork d ine proaij tiy. laiiff".;!
ORGANS. ISLOS EONS!
1 11 iu Azant for the best Musical Instruments
inn ie. I'i rsons wi-hinT tirlmy i'ianos. C:i!ir.et.
Al -tr.ipolitaii . or Portable Orsrans. or Me'odeons
e. in purchase throu-U lay Agency on as liberal
terms as they can ti.iei the luuufaetnrcrs them
selves. Ail Instrument fully warranted.
aprltf. JN. WIsE
Capf. li. L11IOO CO.,
Wh ilesale and retail dealers in
WINES AND LIQUORS
A 1st a verv choice selection of
laiii s;ro,.t. second door cast of the Seymour
li i l-e. Nrbra-ka C'itv. Xe'i.
-'.ii; jit-t r-ecivinj a new Stwlc of Genuine Old
Loiirhon uirect froui Ijourbou county, Ky.. Ilit
tere. etc. niylSw.
HeaSili, Comfort and Lcoiioni)'
Three reasons for boarding with
GEORGE W- COLVIN.
OAK STBrF.T, PLATT3VOUTH, XEB.
Two blocks northwest of lirick School House.
He h:,--a II TII HOCSK. free to patrons: his
T'.oa:- are eU rcai!:le l aud his pr-ccsare rea
John C. Ilammona, a non-resident of the fitate
of Ni-hra-ka :
Will take iiotic" that the nurlinston .t M;-soii-i
lliv-r Kail road Company in Nchri'k.i
located if road ttiroii?!l ami upon Ihe following
roai ttat oivnod hy h ml. .-iuiau1 in Ca"-oiinty,
Stall- of N' l.ra.-ka, and city of JMatt-inoiith. to
wit: . t lour it;, in block ninety-two !'Ji,
it-. f d.'r i: na tod n j.on I ho rucorded and pnbl i.-iie-l
plaM tf the eiiy of I'lat tMiiou .li : and the j-aid
Jolin '. llamtnor.il lunhcr tmtilied that
y.iid Raili'Oiid Company deyires f take, iml l
i.nd ap!i opri.1 1 " .-aid ia e-iate f ir t lie ii.--.- of
in road: ai.d ii '! '- f.'id .lulin C. Ilaiimioiid
:-!i all not Tviaiin tliiriy tl-iyc after the puliiie.r.ioii
oi i hi j not ire ("r four Y"ek.. to-".vit : on or lie
f';;e i lie 1 o.iy of u. io'jer. a. !. Iv apply to
t:te 1'r.ibjite .Iii I .'; oi' ; :iid eoitnty to have tile
ilaiua a.--'--ed !v ix di-intere?ted freehold
ei.-, elected by said 1'iohate .1 itdcro. u.J p-ovided
in ehi.pter Hv nty live (I'd of the I'.'.vi-ed H:at
uf es of file Si iie of Nebraska, ami aiMemlinei:;.
I hereto, said i "o:u .aii V H'ill proeei'd to ha ve iho
ilatiiares :i--e--i-.i ii- therein provided by law.
Il:f. 1 1 1 1 1 d iv oi" An.-'Ut. .. I). '..
IJiii linioii A Mi.-.-ou) Hirer Kailr.. I'-i'tinnriy
in N. br i-ka. liy X. M. .M A l' f K 1 T,
A'.ii'lJw 1. it' Al oiiny.
II. C. A'len. a non-resident of the Sl:i' e of Ne-:-r.
"ill 1:. '.' ni l ien i'nit toe IJir 1 li.i'.M.ri k
soori it lver K 1 1 ! 11 : I ( "otii 0:1 uv i ,1 ,e ; -Ua li::s
loi-.i:e. I its road r i n . 1 1 i i ao 1 10.011 l he ioli iwin ;
re:ii -!..' 'iivir 1 1 bv t Jein. sii iii'ie ill Co" emuiiy,
S'liieoi N"iiri!!. i. a ml eii.v ol J'la I . -iiioin !i. I"
v.it: Lot lour in block -i.ty-live (ij-i1. as is
iic-inared ui'on lb" re.-'.r.led and puidiIied
I In of I lie in v m" I "lati sinuii! h : and ibe said
II. C. A'len is iiirth'T noli'ie ! that -aid Hadroad
( oii..i. uy disii i- I o take, hold aiid uppropriale
said real e-tate for i lie ti-e oi iN load: and
ii'ihe .-aid II. C. Alien .-hall not, i bin lliiii.v
luys alter liie pnblii a. ion f ihis notii-o lor
i'Hir e"ks, 10 wt: on or ln-iine the 11 lb dav
ol' Ueleber. A. . Is.'.i, loiply to l hi: 1'iobale
Jiid'.eiii sai-l i-oiitiiy to I'uve the d.nii..'res n.--sis-id
bv mV ill-i'i i i e-i e 1 1 1 ee!n il! ei -. s'lee, ed
by sai I I'i'ii'i.' e .iod e. a- proviib"! in on p. i r
t wen: y - ii ve i .' m l',ie ltevi-'d Sl.iluies of I'm:
Sla.e oi N'. i .e' a. ii'al i : 1 1 1 1. 1 1 il r. ; - (hereto,
said Coi,iii.i! will looi-eed to have .lie damages
j .-si ed as ibcuMi proviiled by bin.
O.ued llili .lav f Aiitriis.. a. i. !:..
IJir-1 ;n- ; on A" -1 1.-.-enri Iti ver itai! - o..i! C'.in oriiv
in Nebraska. !; X. M. M. !t l i: I T.
u il i IJ v I 1 1 s A t . oi n ey.
Thotvas K. To!lle, a non-i c.-ideat of the State
of Nebraska :
v iil ia!:e rel'iee that the liiislinton .t -'1-'-souri
Jllver Kailioad Compaii.v in N. bi.i-ka has
I I icat '-.I i i s i oad i h ii in ,ii a u.t il .o:i I be follow ii:'
l r:il i - .; ov in-'1 li.v it br.. -i i ua . ! ii t 'a- -eui u:..",
Smte ol Nebra.-k.i. and eiiy of riaii.-iiioiitli. t
wil : Lt'-l -iT:; iii block .-ii.v-lie --..i'. :.s i-(le-.u.i.ed
noon ibe leeoi'iled imd pn' li-lo-.l
plats oi' i ho i iiy ol' lM.ili-nioUlli : and ..e ;.id
Th -una- K. Tool ie iJ hir.lier iiolified li'iit raid
Kaiii'i'.i I Coiep.iiiv ill ires lo lake, hob! and rp
pi oj.ri.i' e :'iii I ea I i ( a lor I be use id ii - mad:
and ii lie sain '1 limn. is II. fooi Ie -li:i 1 1 mil wii bin
I bit I v days ai er llie publiea -imi oi' ibis l.i.tii-e
for tour w eel,-. 10 w;i : mi or b"lm e the 1 1 . h ii; y
oi' . t..b' r. A. 1). V V.'l. : ti,l v to the l'rob;:l . I -e
oi'.-.i;d e..iinl lo b.i e i ae iiiiia:.:'! ::--i---e.l Oy
six i ii-i nl I're.-it'd li'eehol.iers, seieeteu by said
l'tobale .h'.d'.e, iu p,iviile. i l chapter twenlv
live(j"ioi i! e Itevised S'aiuies of tlie Siale
ol' Nel-iad;ii. mid a iiicm: men! s (nereio. smd
Company will yrocceil lobavellse ilaiiui,res a---i-d
i bei-ain pro i'led by law,
I...e i l!:!i .l.i v of AiiL.n-1. A. I. liO.
llili 1 1 : i : 1 1 1 1 ,v Mi M.iini River l!.ii' mad Comi.any
in Ni :..:-!:... Ry T. .M. MAK'M KIT.
au.Uwl lis Attorney.
l'liilip Nodrrft, a non-ie-ideiit of tiie State of
Will l ike notice i'lat the Riirlint'toti ; Mis
souri river ILiiiioad i oniiaiiy in Nebraska has
located its road tni u"-h and upon '.he loltowiiijc
re'il i I. 'He owned by I iieiii.siluai . in Ca-s eon lit y,
S;..te of Ne!ira-i:a. and eiiy of l'lattsnioulli, I )
wit: Iot threa iii) in block fi.ly-live urn. as is
ib sijiiated upon the recorded and publi-hcd
plats of the eiiy of i'latt-iiionth : and the said
Philip N'odiiilt is further notified that .-aid
Railroad Company desires to tal e, hold and
appropriate -aid real e.-late for ihe u-e. of ila'
ro.id: and if Ibe .-aid l'liilip Nodii.it shall
11 it williin thiit.v days niter the publication
of this noi'. e tor lour v.ocks. to-wi : .11 or
before the 1 ! t!l day of tie I iin r. A. I. 1 !!', apply
ii. .ho l'roiiiiit- .liat'.'e if s..:.t eo:.u y i,i tmv j
tlie ilatii: i:rs i. --sed by six ii i-. n. : i -i imI lice-l'ldd'-i
-'. -i Ie. ed i'V s.ii.l l':ol.a.e .1 inle. ::s pi .
vide.l in id' ip: i r t '..'eti.y-liye i..id fi.e i'.evi-ed
Statnti of liie S.'aieof ?eiira-k:i. leiii inii.'ti.i
tilrnts ;liei'c;o. said ( om.otV will pjoccvd to
li-ive t lie d.r.ia n:i a-.-c -ed as therein ir. ii'.ed
Iii.'ed ll:'i .' of A-v.e-t. . p. 1.-o).
Ritr) ; i''t..ii A il i-soiiii liiver l"a ii ' : I l'i"i.in;y
ill Nei. aska. 1J .' T. il . il A 1 i . ! T .
iii':,ll l.-1 Atiie my.
S i iii it 1 '.' :-. i f i be -' ' . . e of ! 'I I no! .
not ice that A1"! ;. I hi I U--. ni Santpi.-i
in tlie S: e .1 :'i a - ka . did on ibe
Ai. :n-f. A. I:. 1 -''. file l.i- pi i, om i i
coil 'i i y.
I liav iif
i i oi'i be
ti lri I mo t lo i he .second .! ,!'. .... I ! i
Chr lis ITend'
a-s 1 :
W- :..i.:' -..
t : :i 1 i it i ve ! :
b : i.s ma.
A ro:.-residerit of the Slate of
- ft ti.e Iti;-!
in "' .'"i-a-ka has
! he io! lo.v iti';
" I .-'ali.M. h. lo
.e. il ( 1-e. and lot
ad : 1 . i -1 vi 11 '. y-
. he ' 1
: ' ' . 11 ; a let
"oier iioil' ad
-'.t ' t t.' ;..
. .a." for rie
-i'id I .a les
- ; ft"r 11 e
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r ia : e .1 a e i.i'
: -a. -i d Ijv
1 y sai.l !'io-
" 1 '. 1 tny-i've
: S, a 1 :' i'e-
::;' I ' 'o.a ;:ny
s a.-.-i.-.-ed as
!il Mel :
1 ilh ca.I
lo-v ' L : o
a. n. J'
i' ' - -
,e 1 1"
linn it.e I lev -e. .- a
hi;--!::i. im' 1 a nic'idnie'i s ,
. ill 1 rocci d ii iia t e . ay
therein fo-oviilod bv !.....
1 lieu 1 1 1 !l il; y o. Ac . i"
TDa iLi'- oii ,v ilis-ouii
i.i N.'oreska. liy
a 11 'Ivi 1 .
, A. l.-l-'If.
l';''.!i'o:i l romnrirv
. ii. ii.x in.'; .a f,
1 is Attorney.
T" llif Sfo. niKiIJa is nf tlir nliiiftnil
0 JA'.-.-o;. Hirer l!ri!roml ("oinj"nii
it ' '-nts'sir :
Notice i-1 hereby piven il::it 0:1 Wednesday.
;lie Mr-t day cf Si p'cui ber, A. L. ISo'l. (here v, il
ie in i.' a Sl'nd.ho ers' M "c, inrr of 1 lie Ititrli 11
lon A. iii.-' 111 i Iti ver Kailioad Coin pa ay i;i Ne-Iini-k;!.
at t'ne o.Uceot the liu ilieaou 4V iii.--li
Kailroad Company in .'lie itv of Jbti lin-.toii
and State of Iowa, ior . he pi rpo t? m ebeiin
seven Ji-reeiois tif said Co'ie'anv, pnti ior lti
transiiclion of o. her bu-i'ie-s.
Ilil.V r.Y STHONC.
II AX.- i 111 I l.U..
Three of ihe IWornoi.; e." t. i il. It. It. Co.
in Xi'I't i-!::i.
IMallsuioii.b. Jutv "Ml. I'V.'.). jul.v-t'w
ornci: of rr.oDA i T-: cornx.i
Pl.AI I -M'll TH. N Kr... Atf,i; I 17 Il.lNi'l. )
Noiieeis hereby iiven Iu . he 111:0 .vi of . he
estale of AlexanuPr Lb 'ir,-i'iii, lale of Cass
eoiuiiV. il -ee.iseil. ihai A. 1.. Chibls. adiniri.-t ra
toroi said esoiie. lii.s ni.n'e apidica'ion io liie
Probate Con: : .0 make Ms liii.il svoletnen, of
naid esiii'e. It isoi'lced. bv he I'nuo lieu ihis
notice be iiitbli-be-l i.u .'nice veeks in the Nk
iiRaska ilKHAi.ii; :'ii.l 1 hat on '1 ue.-d. v, l lie 7i h
iliiy oi' SeiKeoiiie-. 1 .i iu lj o'clock in. ot ihat
day, the Court bear said -e. ileiueni ; a II
pei.-ons i iieie-li d .'.il ap'.Ci:: a. hi- oiiice ;a the
city ol" I altsijovi,'.i.
tovea under lay hand 17. h .hivnt Aie.-ust,
1S..I. W1L1.1A.M I. HACK,
jiuglawd'5. Probate Judije.
office of pr.ouATK corr.T.i
Pl.AITSMOl' I II. ' AtlltUal ililll. lSii'.l.
On 1 bis da v ejines A. Caituiehael and makes
ai'plieaiinn for an Ai!ii'"iii-. ie ior to be appoint
ed on ihe esiaie oi" Saui'-iel .1. lto.-s. deceased,
hue of Weeri':- Water precinct. Cass county,
Nebraska : me Com t owlets ilia: on he 50th day
Sepiemiier. l-.i'. at iiio'clo'k. i;i. of that nay. in
the eiiy of riatlsuiouth. al his office, he will
hear and t'.cici aiine the same, an-' :1! pe:sons i-.-terested
inav uppenr and tile then obieetioiis if
any : am! a i.-ii;i iiier order lliiit tills notice be
puMi-Iie-1 i luce weeks in the NEr.n.tsK.t li Ki'At.n.
In t. .-I inianv wlitrpof I have set tnv hand ili'u
loin Aniti-t. ls.'1'.i. WILLIAM 1. tiA!K.
au-I'.'n t, l'rol 'ite Jud?c
I i ..iit! : v. a '.-a ii.: : r!:e -:: ri S. "m: el !' ., i ' !
j i Hi. s.'i I ilr' I'oi', b I ' I a oil . he -"' Il ea v . .'' .'. el.
A . 1 1. ISt.;1. I he s;.i.! i'li '. l. -oil lo ..!,ii,t.i,
( tbi foil. e.viti i'i .'-d l.'.'i c-.a.c. sboaie
I Sa un-b,"-- n.i'iii . , S.a.i' ii. N ' i . .-k.i. .ii -.ve: i
I Lots ten il .. cicM .: .1!' a..-1, C..eive I-'-. in
I i.lork No. ; v ;:"iv-:'-' hi 'i'-'. a.; -hiialei' raon
I til.' rcciirdi d 'dai '! .be i ovn of .-s!i!.im: ' li.l - '
! mi l ly i- i'O i V 1 1 '- '. : .1 i ;.a i j i pit: -e oire o ! -a id i
t coll. r.'lc! ct s '- iic"rl,d;. i. .' i. on ibe 1 . ii day j
of April. 1 '''". ' :. -.d ildnr ; '..'n;..t j
ycc, an-i .-a '..'" : il : .r .- " ' f'a' ' i.'ie:
that si U ei v. ".i .'. .' '. i'e.-i bi- I j I r
i:i .-ii io ilro odanl . nu i ' ba ! di I'm d o . ,' r b
i i.l.'i'ii 'i' jl:r .1' ! -ii li .'''. I 'M. '', i i oil ver -oil
j deed !o phe'lO'.'. aii.l i'.'V. coi-i .1 ': .; -aiai'i
i 1 en ill 1.1 : ill i Yl .. "d 01 i"" i h:-1 t'lc . ' a a i :!'..'
I Ki -'.'-' may In ! led ihe ti ... e.-.a- u'e ,
j nti.'. deliver io plain 1 i"'.' : vo..d .'"id . u.l'clrut j
ilrc.i in ih e si mole 10 -a ' c; I es.e.o. i
. lid liie ah! . a . 1 -id ' i '. - i- noi - .ii"l Ih. i be
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0.1 ..r bc'i'i e . hi il da. .. : cm cm her. A. '.
' 1 - '". or the s; 1 " , I! h.- 1- ..e'l . .- i rue. a . id a
ileal i'i- reJidei e I accord e . v.
It;.-T. M. M net'F.TT, '.'-ai'i.' .:c'. . ti , ; 'Iu t
r a. ..--
TA:iV .VKAK FORT lilTUIR.
A IesnTate TliiefSliot Ikontl.
Frotn the Pre?.-.
rniin Ciipt. "Wilson, wliolias a ranch
on tlie jn.niicr, no:tr Fort liutler, and
who avus in t!ie city &ititnltiy cvfiiiiiv,
we o-et t!ie jiarticulnrs oi' tin? killin.r of a
desj:rate tliici'iiear Jjitt'e lilne ttitiun.
Tl:c name of this man was Yroui.m.
He luid stolen a horse, two t;;ivs find two
calves from the vicinity of Horn Creek.
A nunihcr of men went to his j iac-t! on
Saturday niidit, the Ttli int., to arrest
liim but he drove them on" with his rifle.
In the leiiinin:r of the no.vt ve c-k an
other arty, coiiios.'d of.). Tlinrhs,
Ceo. K. Cadwel!, HohertC'n.'nklew, Win.
Hii2,hes5ind Jictinwr, ofllock Creek,
wi.-nt !r 'roin:in. They found hi:-late
ha! ital ien doM rted. 'out ;rot en his track
and followed h'mi ii.rty-five miics. On
W'et.ne.-diiy cvenir.";, 11th inst., h-unnis-ii..tr
where he would jirol ao'y lialt ft ir the
ni;.ht, the li.irty went int ) am-m.-l!.
Sure eipiiipilt lie f icl at the jioint .111
tit ioa'.ed arid hefore lie h;'.d time to diy-
cover the presence or an i-nemv, liie t.ar-
tv ro.-e uii iiopi their hid
i;r place :inr:
(Icnianiieo. his sun-civter. Jii-reai.l ot
snrreiideii'! he seized his rifle and was
ah-mt to fire when Jict.sinircr, seeiiijr that
one or more of the pursuers would he
sacrificed if an t-.Toi t to take h'nn alive
was made, rai-ed his own lille, and firing
shut rontan tltrouuh the body, kiiiini'
him instai tly. His luily was taken up
and l.urieu at Hebron, deilerson County,
near Kort liutler, where the State troops
weep -tatioiii d. Vroman's wife and six
children were with him at tin; time lie
w;is killed, and were brought back to tlie
settlements by the narty of j ur-ucrs.
The wile declared that if they bad fjiven
her husband a chance 1;3 would have
cleaned out the whole party. He was
extcn-ivcly armcl. having two heavy r
feaiin rifles besides a ptiir of larze re
volvers. He was known to be a asper
ate haraeter and the citizens of tin? IJItie
alicy do not mourn much over his tak
4ioot.v 5:r.l Tom."
The f il'owin'r pood story is told on
Senator Murphy. While he was on the
beach at Lou;: JJrauch, in tins costume
of Cathcrs, he was a-ked by a lady of
disiiition to assist her fin the surf.
A hat followed is thus related:
"The Senator .lumped at the opportu
nity, and taking the fair lady by the
hand, led her out into the watte.', pro
tectm.'1; her fiom tha under currents and
somoi iup's tlati-erfiits w;:ves. at the.-aine
time li.-tenliivr to the.io;,viiis exclamations,
.such as ''.Oi. how delightful !"' It is m
dee l delicious !" ele., eic. After sett -n.tr
thioi!.:li with bathing ar.d payiier the
Senator the fifty cents, whi.di is the retr-
u!ar price charaei
d bv tl,
(yit.'iina Kit'it ,
one. ot whom she supposed the cuator
was. she said to him: "Well, sir, I wish
you to barhe me every day at eleven
o'clock ; what name shall I call you when
I want you ?"' "Tom, madam; I will
wait on veu with pleasure." Soon nf-
teiwards the tadv met the t-enator in th i
pa; lor. Site
saw nor mi.-taKe. an-i. i!u-di-
i rdy kit th,3 room.
Jio'.vevcr, met Iter at tip
a:i.i leti'tiveu her r'Tnhat
ip vh-iy, J in nobody l ilt !
d hope you v. iii c;td for
me at eleven
Ij'ee.t. Watven. at Jerusalem, reports
tin ialeresting d.iscovery near tlie pool
(cisje; 111 of l;otli.--da. In an acjoiirog
ca-iUn be fo-.eid three cist ai us. wirit
sipad npenings at t he sit -.fare ofi ii: earth.
Two of tbe.-o. 'ii ex:ip:iia: ;on. were
found to be ordinary water-tanks, but
the third, ten feet lw'ow the soil, term
inated in a smtci ehamVav, the floor of
vhieil Wit - COVei I 'd
depth of lli-ce fi'i f.
lie.-iiitn wico. 1 aIt ut
this chamber coipit
with waler t
( hi 'ighting ;i map
V:ii 1 t-'i found that
1 woo an 1111- i
men-e li.iu. v.f'-e e;tii lovls ot an
lies re- !
lidle! -1 him f ih (':;. he-i:al of (.!: lev;;.
Jt was a ;.;:! m 1 ancient rr.-crvnir. si:i!ihr
to tho.-e in Ci i..-:aiiitP :le an 1 lan
1' iirtiier inve.-tig.fdiin i-la'V.-il tiiat there
was a direct eoniiiinn'catioti between it
aiel tliii jiool of I.ol hesilti.
Tlu' following i ; the p-a er one;: offered
Klder Knapp iu beha'i'of S. I. Iiiittan.
ihen a l'niver--aii-t.iii':ilsier tit I Jr'.d -report
: ""Lord, shake the Univetvalist
prearh'T over Iiell ! Ilidvlle him over the
led embers! Smite him ! Scud aa awful
tremor owr hiin ! Fill his soul with hor
ror, tint he may frighten Ids followers
buck fiom daiiinatio:i !''
Cireinn.tti bov named Calvin dorter.
! while tiip. hi'.' in the canal, a few days
j siree. pot what he thought a very rroni
' i-i-g bite. He cautiou-ly drew in his
i line, when h' found on t lie honk n i;i;d
i tie b- i". which he opened and fovnd to
; cohtt.in SUD in silver, stfd in greenbttcks.
i au.l two gold rings, worth about tr'Io
A -ea weed, found abundantly on the
coast of France, i- now used in that
com try lor clarifying beer, as being
! nun more economical and Potter . uited
tati'- purpose than gelatine. Ir is s:ii 1
that one ounce of the mucilage exti aete 1
from this sea weed by 1 oiling, will clar
ify two hundred and fifty gallons of beer.
It is stated that Mrs. Senator Ilamsey.
who is represented to be a very leaiittful
woman, and is now in i ans with her
husband, recently '"drew the critical i
gaze of no less than Dore himself."
Xow. who in thunder is Iore? is he
any better judge of a good-looking wo
man than the rest of-us?
The papers tell of a woman who lias
married twenty-two successive husbands.
Also of another woman wlo has Kett
married twenty-five times. Doth the-e
women insist that the women are still
not as much given to 11 an cing as the
men are. They point to lirighani Young,
and say there he's been married oftener
than both of them.
A swarm of boos lit on the front of a
locomotive 011 a Vermont railroad a few
ys ago. and the engineer not daring to
Uisturh tliem, they got a free ride into
Stetson, of Ijonir Erangh. can jtickyou
ont the Eoston man l y the manner in
which lie holds his knife, tin; Ealtimore
an by the way he jieels Ids j otat.Hs, and
the Washiugtonian from his eating the
whole of the poiato. skin and all.
A Ss'otcli cieryman has been lecturing
his congregation on the obscivane-e of
what he calls the "baleful memory" of
limns. I lis sin, in the clergyman's ejes,
was his fondness of whiskv.
Brigham Young's last proposition is a
legislative -'stunner.'' He proposes to
confine himself to one woman, if every
mciuber of Congress will do the same.
A hymn book, a tooth bru.-li, and
above nil. a mosquito-net, are the solaces
1 iwfu! in a New Jersj- camp meeting. j
-The OiiihI oftli Earlh,"
Ifweburv a thermometer fifty feet
below the surface of the earth, the mer
cury will remain at the same point the
year round, in winter and suncner, show
ing that the intiiicnce of the sun does
net reach below that depth. If we carry
the thermometer fifty feet lower, the
mercury will rise one degree, and will
lise in the same ratio for every fifty feet
we a down. It an be easily calculated
at what depth all known substances will
melt. This would not exceed fifty miles.
It will thus be seen that the crust or
solid part of the earth is execedintrly
thin, in proportion to the diameter; ip.it
so thick as an erjT-shell, in proportion to
the size of the coir. With a crust so thin,
constantly cooiin arid prodncinr a press
ure upon the internal masses, it is not
strati; -re that the In.-ds of oceans should
be elevated and form dry land, and con
tinents should sink and form the lieds of
oceans:. Lav;:e mountains have been el
evated in a simde day, ami whole cities
have i wen sunk in tlie sat ie space of
time. Hie sidj of a volcanic mountain
once broke away, and tlie livid masses
flowed out. fonnin.tr ti river twelve miles
wide, which in its course melted down
nx hills six hundred feet hi.ir'i, filling up
valleys six hundred feet deep, and soread-
in.tr over a .stir
ace of eleven hundred
How to ?io;isure ZIosc.
T went into a shop the other day to
buy what tlie drapers call 'V'-nts' hose."
A sinilin;' younr lady was behind the
counter; and when 1 had made an ap
peal to her to show me some socks, I
wa somewhat doubtful wn it course of
action on .jlit to pursue in ovder to dem
ons! rate to her the lenu th of my f tot.
As I ai i it i it a burle.-fjue wiiter. it was
clear that I could not lay my foot on the
counter and say ''with ail my soie ;'' nor
could I ii:r;" 'hrase Pibden's .Jack Tar.
when he spoke to the dancer who "so
iL-.ihiiiy handled her feet." Tiu little
woman, however, speed iiy removed mr
first perplexity, thouvh only to plun.tre
ine into another. "Will you," said she,
"please to double un your fi-t and lay it
on the counter ?"' I replied that 1 did
want Jo take your mea-ure.'" she said.
'"Ibtf." I urtrcd, "it is the mea-ure of
iiiv foot that vmi reouire." '"Yes," she
d. "and I can pet it equally as well
vour hand. Once round vour
cleiH-hed fi.-t, tit
ie knuckles, is the
length of your f ot." And s!ie took the
measure of my fist, and I took the socks
on the faith of the danisid's represent
ation ; ;
n:l. in due course. I. found that
quite light, and had fitted me
lo a ntcetv.
MIi.-.i AiSerl tlie TcIoi.-n;!i ?
Ptitinp tlie ford.'.ht which ended last
S.i .'unlay nittht. tlii; teleniph l.ne be-
! twecn here and Chicapo was so myste
riously into; icred v.tin so tlutt no mes-
ipe couM be sent, aud disi;'.tches were
sent bv wav of Racine and Sav
first the tumble was lai.l to hili water
soieew here, but aficrthe various siretuns
had sulisid.ed, the trouble coniiiuud the
same as be fme. To the .lay time, how
ever, (lie hue worked as veil as t ouul be
desired. Al'ter a week of . carch for the
c-Mi-e of the bicak, it wa d'wm eied !at
r ro.av even ie
ni t oe sh.-i'ie ot a long
ir on roe. whieu aii;i:torar is: placed
ti- tiin t the ".vires tipon (i'i;;ip: his wo k.
j ie1 i' i was ;.);,. wii
v.'iiila-'i well eliou.:
w.i: i"l v!i-it a re '!
j.i.'-a! of hi-- win ki.i.
in trouble himself a
1. own. ami I ue wire
s. Ihe miner was
ion of such ii dis
ioiiis would re.-e.'t
to i ne te e-
I le wa- v.f te !.' amazed ;
at the power of i;is 101' overtne wires,
I auu t;-.oi(-ut tli;r telegrapli wa-a -n ghty
j ti-taie thi..p to !'" stho.iped !y the likes
lo that lod." J)u;:j'4. t (Imni) (Sn
I zi:t: 'Id Art.
aita:'.-- K'ltir ! I-'iesj Ilr"!
Ivn noigthat there is ;i misiuider.-.tirid-i:ii:
and eot;-( (f.ti io di--;; i ' h t'on as to
action of tin: State tloa:-! ' A g i '.'-.i'ture,
as to ;n". uiltoiis f r s;n i-d. I iti.-i;c to sav
t tiit wii.le tlie Jlear-'t we e I'li.-in'moi's in
ilecbiiing to offer ; renliunis on I'i-' hor-es.
or in oiiier words on speed, it was equally
i!ii;i!iimotts iu agreeing to offer every pos-si'-le
accommodation to removable liorse
meii who desire to erthil-it. and ie-t
ho: ses as to sjieed. I therefore announce
that till sitcli will be welcomed. ;md t'i;tt
all de-ired acconimodatii.ns a-id ciuive-
; tiiences will be a'finled. th or entire sat
' isi'aetiou. The track wii! f-ee when
j not in u-e by the So-.:ie;y .-aliject to its
i niies, and the control of its officers,
j Stalls wii! be provided on the grounds
j fir till stock. Judge Mason, whose farm
! is adjoining the Fair d rounds, and IIo
j race Monroe. Liveiy-inan. iii the city,
j two zealous hor-emcu, wii.; render partic
1 ttlar assistance and acc-otniiiodatioiis to
tl:o-e Idinmg siocK troni a ili.-tttnce.
11. W. Ft UNAS,
IVes't Sate IJoard -griculture.
A 'oli"Oii i'l'liitfr.
For the benefit of tho.-e Democrats
whoce.n see no merit in amen who is black,
and who mostly take ti good deal of stock
i i IJrick l'omeroy.s' aper, we quote tlie
following from a recent issue of that
"We once employed a black mr.n in
our office as a printer. In our oiiice at
La Crosse we have set type by a black
man. have worked a hand press to his
rolling, and have rolled to his working
many a day; have washed our hands and
f ye in the same printer's wash basin,
wiped on the same towel, and drank with
the same dipper time after time. And
we paid him his wages ; called him a
friend, and would to-day do more for litui
than for many hatf-and-hflf printers we
know. I lis name is Joseph Taylor. He
learned the printer's art in dalena, is
tlieonh- black printer we ever saw, and
is a good printer, who minds Lis own
business, and held a position in our office
on his merits.
Tlie Chicago Jom-.tui takes the fol
lowing cheerful view of the situation ;
"A good fall trade many declare it will
be an unpreoedentedly large one waits
to follow the harvest home, now near
ending. There are no aspects of a panic.
We shall have a good viol 1 of other e-e-reals,
and of corn more than enough for
speculative gambling. From till parts of
tue country i dviees reach us to this ef
fect, and a few weeks more will see us in
the mid-i of bu-y times. Feir this our
merchants are preparing, and the voices
of ihe croakeis wiii be lost iu the din of
active trade. The real estate men are
making ready lor fre-sh activity in tlie
fall, and ihe prospect is not an encourag
ing one for the views of those who have
suited down something wherewith to buy
after the paide, for there is to be no
1 iimi. m nmm mm
Mr. McDonald, the well known Fculntor,
to whom was given the making of the
bust of the late James T. Uraddy, has
also the order to furn'sh nn couestrian
statue of tho late dcneral N. Lvon, of
31issouri, at a cost of s.'IO.im'm.),
deneral Grant's sense Ilctieence.
IilTIeu!l-s cf r.diton..
Tlie rruth is an editor cannot step with
out treading on someltodies tries. Tf he
expresses opinions fearlessly and frank
ly, he is arropant and presumptious. If
he states facts without comments, he
dare not avow his sentiments. If he
conscientiously refuses to advocate the
claims of an individual to office, he is ac
cused of personal hostility. A jacknapes
who meaaures off words into ver
ses as a clerk does tape, by the yard
hands him a parcel of stuff that jinnies
like a handful of rusty nails and a pirn
let, and if the editor is not fool enouph
to print the nonsense "Stop my paper;
I won't patronize a man that's no better
judge of poetry. ' ' As if it was patrnnape
to buy a paper at about one half more
than so mii'-li waste paper would cost.
One murmurs because his paper is too
literary another because it is not liter
ry enouph. One pnuubles because the
advertisements engross too much room
ano-her complains that the paper is too
larpe, he can't find time to read it all
another complains that it is too small,
even if the price be no more than the
cost of a chew of lobacoo or a pinch of
snuif or says a lady, it wont make a
.sleeve pattern. One wants the type so
small hat a microscope would be itnlis
pensible in every family. another threat
ens to discontinue the paper unless the
letters .are half an inc h long. One old
lady offered an additional price for a
paper that should be printed with such
types as ate used for hand-bills.
Kvery stibserila r has a plan ofhisown
for conducting a journal, and the labor of
Sysiphus was recreation when compared
with that of an editor who undertakes to
In a thouputful letter from llichmond
to the New York Time - we find tite fol
lowing political production;
If one may look to ls7l! he may see a
Republican parly in Virginia hcailcd by
Riildwin. Stuart, Rice. Wickham l'lou;-
Jelmutuls, t liandier ami others.
with the Richmond W,,). a i.aper whtch i or. hef.iooed to be both deaf and dumb,
has proved itself the most far-sighted i :m, n t, wav :,rm.ved the vender ;f
and powerful political journal in the tt10 :li0.t Memphis lepers no little.
South for its organ; and a Demo,-rane or j j j.,,, !!(.ws';)llV -sed on. but the utifor
Oppositiou party, with ise, 1 lu.Cer, ; tututfe ioker never spoke a-a'n. When
Ould.Jtr.d otliei-s, represented by the Km- 1C iK'-a!i to reaii.e the extent of his mi-
qiiuTi; the ao'est exponent ot those o.d
ideas which those who wish "' irpinia well
can ever de-ire to see obtain the ascend
ency again. Thcro are two lessons in
this election that may be studied with
profit by the men of Mis-ipyii and Testis.
First, 'the l khis of the white man enn-
not be gained withou- those of the negro
are jrr.tnted; and see-mil that the State
govt rmnents and State politics of there
constructed States are hereafter to be
run by new men, and the old ones laid
Af! Ss Not Lost.
The Milwaukee Si'nti,icl comments
with good-humored sarcasm upon Mrs.
Stanton's proposition that women shall
dress like the men in all respects, and
i Rut we console ourselves with the ve
ifecti mth.it if our t.ousers ave carried.
ail w ill not be lost. Yv'e shall be mea
1 oiViv secure nnctl re'.e.'iteil ;'-".". it'ts
have battered us down to the stat.io of
women, wrenclied our beards, hoi-ted
our bass voices into soprano, pared down
our big feet and hands p.nd nose:-, eon-
our oifs's. am 1 pa
our li ur
the in a iiia
-hod, if we
hair tit the
The-e thing- accom
I.ie induced to climb on
a. a o; a niou-e. air l
tite unexpected ap--,
pearauce ot a s
wii! he complete
mercv of hi nod
ve,. st.ot! f,. ..f
le Mia 11 i;e
to sew ''ii outtoiis, and do other clis
ttble things f ir women's wages. '
llev. Dr. Cuyl.T is quite seveie in last j
week's Em ,ti H.1 upon the worn. 11 --nf-'!
frago question. Ue says lhat "those
who claim that elections wi's be more !
hone-d di; liiiieil ;tn t pu.0 WiK'.t :t!l sorts j
of women come to (ho polls have some j
tbingsyct to learn. Wfinian'spa-ticipa- '
ti in pelitVs, to a very oartiid extent, j
lias never yei wrought this revolution. 1
When an el.-crioii was he'd ;u Kssex Co.. !
J. .1.. ttt whieli women vote. I. s(,iUc 01
tl e sha roost tricks weie p'iivcd. by 1 1;
!e. ;-. certti in -da;y
a few liours aftei-
wards she c
rds she changed her dress and oilered
a second vote; when a-ked her name by
the inspector, she replied, "I tun Mary
Still." No Tammany "repeater" could
Kmigration to Nebraska is quite rapid
this year. Many Scandinavians are set
tling in the region north and we.-t of
Omaha, and lands in that direct "on have
generally advance from $2 to -" nerae.e.
On the 7th in-t. a large colony of Scotch
f:o:n Novia Scotia, pre-empted a hun
dred and seventy homesteads in one body,
in Colfax county. They were Scotch
Presbyterians, of the best material in
the world to build tip a community, and
brought with them a minister, physician
and a corps of teachers. The natural
wealth of the dreat West is an inex-hau-table
theme. Successive inundations
of scribblers have roiled over the Ii. ! 1.
and yet eastern people often seem poorly
?"ibrnied upon the subject. J 5 tit a few
u ys a letter was received here from a
printer (?) in Michigan inquiring if
"1 here was a pa per published in Omaha."
Tlie Int.v of n .'Inllier.
She should be firm, geniie. kind, and
always ready to attend to her child. She
should never laugh at him. at what he
iloes ihiit is cunning; never allow him to
think of his looks, except to be neat and
e'ean in all his ha
l.i... i -. .1 .. .. I ... I.. i .. .!.... ... 1
11. 111 10 in io a i'.io., 10 iesiece muse Oil-
er than himself; she should never make
1 a command without seeing that it is pe-,-
i formed in the right manner. Never
speak ot a child s faults or lm ,os. or re-
peat his remarks t-oiore linn it is a sure
way to spoil a child. Never reprove a
child when cxciiod, nor let our tone of
voice be raised when correcting. Strive
to in-pire love not dread: lespcct not
fear, lie-member you are training and
educating a soul for Eteinitv.
Tlie Advance says: "There is some
thing wrong alx.ut the architecture of
our churches, when they are so planned
as to make the 'dim religious light' so
dim that one has to read bv faith rather
than by sight. Windows are getting ti
lc but mere narrow lines K; twecn orna- j
mentg 1 buttresses, ami tho light comes i
through them leibbed of its cheerfulness I
by having to pass throng li glass alto- j
geuher too deeply stained. Wlem 1
churches have to burn gas if the day be j
a little cloudy, a reform is needed, ami '
thev deserve, in that respect, at least, i
the term of 'rilded and upholstered cav
erns.' Why we should shut light out of
them more than out of our dwellings is
'"Mamma!" said a precious little Iov.
i who. against his will, was made to rook
the cradle of his babv brother, "If'the
I l ord has au- more babies to give away,
j dtm't you take any of "em."
Tl:e rrear Mono.
Our couteiuporaryof the Af , of yes
terday's date, asks for some informa
tion coneeniinp this new patent stone,
and desires to know if it has been used
in any largo buildings in Cticago or else
where. We are glad to be able to tell, from
personal observation, that it litis been
u-od iu first class buildings. While in
Chicago, recently, we had an opportunity
to examine it us put up by the Chica-jo
Mutual Life Insurance Company in a
magnificent new buiMiiur lately erected
by them for a home office. Its appear
ance is very handsome, being brown in
color, and moulded to any shap and size
desiivJ. It makes as handsome ti build
ing asi'an be made of brown stone, and.
we learn from gentlemen connected with
this Insurance Company, it stands ail
the ttsts of acids, beat and cold, and
hardens with time. It promises to prove
:i durable as granite or marble, and is
ninth cheaiier than common lime-tone.
ft it were not as good as any oilier,
or a little better, the Mutual Life In
surance Company of Chicago would not
The insinuation that our State officers
are interested in the sale of the Frear
stone, or in the machinery used in its
manufacture, is a piece i f purely graln
icous slander on the part of of the A'.vr.s
and will be so understood by the people.
If the editor knows some) bin 's in this re
gard to make him so jolly, let him tell
it, or stand convicted again of attemp
ting totraduce public officers without
grounds for so doing. Pits.
A 'i'.'.'i iF!" .idke.
"We have been informed by a gentle
man, who is beth truthful and intclli-
a voitti r man h
i . was
i t ii-i 1 1
teal an i niuii". o-i tee
le '.i mrtf to Memphis
I- ii. . j i. .
!th ultimo, wh
from his place of residence, ltsee.es
that cuit of mere sport, when the new
l:iir ."iino :'iiiinl 'iiul nfrri'il him :i 11:1-
fortune, lie 'got oil th
train, bound for
en DliH. ;it a-iusnus s ueooi, anii. lo'ii.
the first train that came along for Ik 11 s
depot. ( )n the tiin he indulgv-d i'i loud
lamentations and cries, as if sorely dis
tressed. The affair excited intense interest
among his lellow-passon.'tcrs, and on hts
:irritil houie, so soon as he stent'".! oiir
on the jiiatli'iti!. he .-el.-d a p ne'l r.nd
a bit of paper from a citiz' n io the rowl.
j'lid wrote, "struck dumb on ai 'i ;t of
iny i'nVy ;'r and continued w. ep'i.,-r ni
ltifist piteou j tones. It was at t!:is point
our iiiformant saw him. and he states
the whole community was stirred to its
utmost depths by this unmistakable, vis
itation; of the wrath of do b When
young iloweli left that morning for Mem
phis he could both hear and speak with
out difficulty, and his loss of these senses,
under the. circumstances. i a most as
tounding bit i tcitt. A'.o"7A' 7V,cv.
I.aitrns in 4'hur-!.
Fiom the P. ine.-. on IIe nblh.a n. .
A good story is told of a Presbyterian
Church member, at Midden, t hat is too
poo l io be lo t. It seems I hat the gen
lioman. like many other pious individ
uals we have heard of. had enni raided
the nabti of propping up ior a quiet
nap. during tlie time of the ministers
most; earn"-! efforts to interest his bear
ers io ma-tors pertaining' to the future.
A lov Sundays ;io. the sleepy member
aforesaid had prepared tor his usual re
pose, and after the sermon commenced.
showed signs of a visit, to the dreamy
laud. The minister determine! to wake
him up. and said in a loud voice that
the brother was proverbial in nodding as
sent to abuo-t every point ho made, but
be feared lie ded not clearly understand
the sub-o( t. The remarks occasioned a
smile, but the deeper continued on bis
journey, urtin; idfn! of paving event--.
Ybe minister determined int to dismi-s
the contest wl.h one 'gentle o Tort ; and
-honied at the top of his voie-e,
was broken ; the
jumped as if
t-hol, and run his dhow into a pane of
pie, slam-bang! There was a moment's
confusion an audible litter and ihe
sei moil ).: oeecilcd wi'h a:i additional lis
reuei'. The incident creates no little
amusement tit .Maiden.
Josh IJlllmgs. in an article on straw
berries, says: "Cherrys is good, but they
are too much like su king a marb.' with
a handle tew it. Peaches is good, ifu
don't get any of the pin feathers intu
yire lips. Wiiteriinlons will suit omiy
body w ho is sati -lied with half-.-weeteued
drink: but th.e man wlio ken oat straw
berries, besprinkled with eru-hed sugar
and bespattered with kreain (at some
body's else's expense), and not, lay biz
hand on Iii stutiiuiuk and thank the au
thor of strawberries and stumniuk, and
the phellow who pays for the strawber
ries is a man whe.-e mouth tastes like a
hole in the ground, and don. t care what
goes down it.''
The experiment which Kn gland is
about to undertake iu the postal tele
graph will be watched with iut'-re.-t here.
The law places the telegraph lines com
pletely iu the hands of the Postmaster
dcneral. who is required to traii-mit dis
patches on the same looting as letters,
and subject to the same conditions, . i
far as they are applicable. No rates of
cither compen-ation or speed are iixed
by the bill, being left, apparently, to the
ui-i nil' 1 ine j um viiivv 1 vi
discretion of the 1 n-t Oihee Department,
wlncli is required, at tee end ot each
1 year, to exhibit an account ot rveeipts
j and expenses belonging to the po.-tal
1 telegraph -evnee.
Jloro Ills' 1'riiil.
From all quarters we bear of prodig
ious fruit grown in Nebraska this year.
The latest s;ocimen was shown u- this
morning by Mr. J. H. Masters of the
! Pioneer Nursery. He left with us an
; apple of the Coopers Fa rly White spe
: oies which measured twelve inches in
circumference and we ighed VI ounces.
It was a per:eet beauty. He info: ms us
that he has raised twenty-five bushels of
this variety this year, and that it is a
kind which will thrive on Nebraska soil
Nebraska climate. i Int few
years "will elapse when the importation
of fruit to th's State will be like earn ing
eoa's to Newcastle. Press,
An innocent vountr man. reading an j
advertisement that ladies' hose wore
eoniing down still lower, wished to know
win the wearers did not endeavor to
prevent such a caJauaty by wearing elas
Tlie office of Governor of Pennsylvania
lias existed fbr eighty years and has Ix-en
filled by sixteen men. It is a notioab'e
fact that every one of the occupants of
the executive chair has lx-en a native,
horn Pennsylvania 11.
There was a wind storm in Columbus,
Ohio, on Monday hist, which rolled a
supar hogshead nearly a quarter of a mile
along out; of the main streets.
When friendship is to bo valued.
Value the friendship of him who stands
by you in the stone; swarms of. insects
will surround you in the -unshine.
It is reported that Rertth, the Rre
yentionist will pro.-oeute the California,
Silk-worm c:tltuii-ts for feeding their
A little over a
ton and a third per
acre is tlie average yieiu 01 nay in .oas-sachu-otts,
and no State cuts as much
from ihe same surface.
The leader of a recent camp meeting
in Ohio announced. "Tlie brother-in-law
of I 'resident dtant will now lead us in
Ex-Senator Lafayette S. Fo
been tendered the Kent professi
the J t.'e law scltool, vacated by the I
death ofex-dov. Dtitton. j
A 'li.vsicia.ii stopped at the doer of a j
country apothecary, and inquired for a j
pharm; eopo rt. "Sir, raid the apoth
ecary, "I know of no ,-uc!i farmer living
about thoe parts."'
"Did you know,"' said a .cunning den
tile to a'jew, "lhat they hang Jews and
jackasses together in Portland'.'" ''In
deed!'' retorted Solomon, "den it is veil
datyoii and I i.-h not dore."
'o seeiets, Charles, dear, now that
we are married: you know we must have
no seeiets. So do. like a dove, hand 1110
that b. l tie of hair dye; you wiii find it in
my dressing case.
Stp-eoss in life is very apt to make us
forget the time we wa-n't much. It is
just so with a frog on a lump: lie can t
remember when In
was a tadpoie but
otner ioIks can.
C!p ."ries are so extremely
Franco that thevare soid in Paris at four
pounds for a pemioy. They an? called i
"electors" bv the f'titiiitx, who. snhitend- 1
ed. is a very neat sarcasm on the cheap
ness of votes.
Two (lermatis. named Well pier and
dios-hardt indulged in a shooTing a'liay
over a woman at a ball in Lottisviile on j
Tri'sday evening. Neither was injured, j
though an out sider received a ball in his j
Th" clergvnten of Philadelphia are on
a strike. Tv.vu! -..i
it o t .on have ;
re.-olvi'd not 1 a
d.lV, U'ee s a phv
"nl l'diier:ils 011 Sim- '
i-ian .-avs the burial on !
. t . . "i
that u.r.' is unavoma
The belle at- Saratoga, thi.
a Soani. ii '-ill. from Madrid,
si':i-.o 1. 1- 1
J teen iill
! a br. -ii 'l of st.inip
and her foot is only
clies iu b ooth. It takes just; both her
feet to make one foot. ;
Tin; cattle in some iart of Surrey,
Eng. has been attacked with an epidemic.
of a contagious character. The disease I
is said to be of a siniular type to that
which preceded the out break of rinder
pest, in June. Ist'.o, and ii is spreading
rapidly through tin; country.
A Madri 1 paper, IV Pr.h!.; has, r, v
tlie division of parties in Spam, a remark t
which is not devoid o. son-': "1 he ( ;ir
lisisb.ave a Eing-.tlie Ltibolli-ts :: Oueen;
the Alion ists a Prince; the Cnioui-t a
I'ttke (..MontjMMisier); but the progression!-Is.
iiiit-l have neither duke, nor
lii'iip-c, nor queen, nor king!
The ston- of t'ne " ii ova! de i 'g-"'
without its terrors, was enacted at tic;
Wapping -locks. London, on the lid in-t.
A ves.-el which had ju-t araived from
Lembay was being bailed ol!" from the
quay, when her cargo shifted, causing
her to roal over and sink. T he
few men on board managed -to escape,
without serious injury.
Tlie Canada Fanner sayis that the
natural course ol
;etation cfoes not 'e:
hatist, but rather enriches ihe soil, by
el.ni cited plant fool, and ro-toriug it to
tin land in decayed vegetable matter.
It is the artificial method f
crops anil reiinrinj them eutir
the land, wit hoot any ret urn,
h:ui-ts or impoverishes.
'. l owing
ly fro! 11'
so well : adapted to
street and lawn
is the ni iple, either
T 1 i . ' . .1 ...
hard or soft. Tl
if. il llO maiie; is ni sen,
growth but when
to the soft varietv
rowu it is preferable-
The e!u tree is also
valuable to the street.
Smith Abi'tglon ma nu fact ere rs cut
more tacks, shoe nail- and shoe tacks,
acording to its population, than any
other place in the Foiled S.ate-. Two
of the most modem mills to be found in
the world for this bratn ii of manufactur
ing aro ! oca toil there and in fttii oporar.ou.
immense oronze ca-tnig.
ing scenes in the life of Com. a
bill, which is the largest casting in the
world, a. el which wi i co-t SH. !. is
gelling into place over the on! ranee of
the Hudson lliver llailroad freight de
pot. They have a new grain in Paradise
A'alley, Cab, grown from seed taken
from be crop of a wild swan. it is Ic
sciilied as In big like a cro-s of wheat
an I lye. with h a Is from ten to twei.e
inches in K tig,':!, .-nd yielding at ibe Kite
of J0' btlsbi..).- IO li-" a,-u. ;
Our devil says that it seeni n- nat'iral
for business men to pro-per- who adver
tise as it does for young married people
t.i say that they have gained eighty
poi nds after they have com e bom.; lVe.ni
their wedding tour.
One of ihefa-bi'";: ib!? churches of Now
York, which tried to draw a crowd be
having handsome young ladies act as
u-bcfs. lias been Loeghed out of prac
tice. The church go;, to be known by
the name of the church of tite holy wait
er girls. i
A eoun'ry girl ro b; in'o New Albany,
Indiana, to do some shopping. Wh- n
the e'e'k a-ked if there was anything
obe he could do for her, be w.i- amazed
by the reply. "Oh. n , sir; unless you
will be kind enough to go out and milk
the old ma re, for 1 rode her from home
without the colt.
A California Chinaman having Ix-on
shown by his mistre-'s how to make a
pudding containing three orgs, but hav
ing seen her throw one bad egg away,
cool initeil f.rs months after, whenever
eggs, regularlv locating, cxanumug.
and throwing one away as he had seen
Di-n Marble tells a story ri bout a Yan
kee tailor dunning a man for the amount
of Ids ! i'i1.. Tlie m in said be "'was sorry,
verv son-v indeed that be could not pay
it." "We'll." said the tailor. "1 took
you fir ti man tlutt would be sorry,
but if you are any sorrier than I am, I'll
quit. ' 1
Among the obituan notices of a coun
HAJ''IIi IU. iii'lliuu.l il'.Lil-v-i ... ,1 i.''..:-
y pa per. we recently noticed the lb-How-ig:
"Mr. Willi.-, ji Say re, of our vib
lace, aged oightv-three. passed peaceful
ly on last Tuesday ever." tig from single
blessedness to matrimonial bliss, alter a
short but sudden attack I'V Mrs. Lticre-
t"n Stoke, a blooming widow of thirty
five. ' :
M.yslerituiH Iliijitrino T n il
ixrn l il:niliii-rf!
It Ih I'.JOUKllt
tio wijh fauSI.T l'i.JI
A citizen of Hamburg, well known iti
this city; but whose name we cannot now
call t mind, is missing under strange
circumstances. The particulars we learn
from one of his neighbors.
On Monday last w hile on his way home
from Council Llufl's, accompanied by h;s
wife, the train stopped at the depot on
the opposite side of the river; he
stepped into a grog shop and partook of
a glass of beer, at the same time asking
two rough customers who were lounging
about the room and who pretended to
know him, "to take a drink." Several
classes of beer were taken the train
started taking his wife to Hamburg and
leaving him w ith his new found a -on iint
ances. At the time he entered the sa
loon, he had with him sixteen twenty,
and two one dollar bills, making al
together three hundred and tweu'y-t"-
hour after the
loft the three started out for a w t
nothing more was
the saloon keeper,
night, when the
seen of the party 'v
until ten o'clock thai
"bummers" return - I
and called for in ore
with a S--'0 bill.
beer, paying f r it
thought it strange, as tbev had been
about his house for two days and n oer
exhibited money to him before. Af'er
drinking, the two started off, since wl-.i-U
time nothing has been heard of any of
flow F:r i.'ov.ti u lliver .tiny -'o.
The greatest de-dh to whii h a diver
' can de-eelid well tlie ,'Mvate-t ajip.i.e" - s
' of safety i about one hundred and - t v
I fee' . and. for I Id-, a bunch of hnodid
weigh' - m i-l be disposed about his o..,
Miu. Tic-ave age depth tit which he
can work eon, fo; i a'oly is aboni nie;v'
feet, which was ri-Ti r the depth a' wh". Il
the ope : 1 1 "on s upon !io I loyal d."! -,o
v.eie io'pbt"t''d. Li t hi; waler, f. in
sixtv to .-e'i y fee deep, the men can
work for two Iruu -nl a time, coming tip
for a too la'niC"--' rest, and doing a day's
work of -iv, or seven hours. An Kngli-h
diver, euca-e l i-i one of Sii lie s di'e.--ci --,
weiil down .01 ihe M ",1'lyn a ne.iu I o a
depth of one hundred and sixty-live f.-.-i,
aii.l remained there fu- twcii.c-live min
utes: and we have hoard I h it df en.
the Aieeiic ni divec in-poeiel a wii" k
i j 1 . . i.i..,- ..r- 4:...
in one 01 tnu c an 10, .01 i.iues, ,n. me
de'pth of on' huti lied iin 1 s -venty pact;
but h:s c-iei i.-nce was e io.igh to oo'i-
vi!P-e luai tint h" could not wot ic on n;
Without t ail'.er ol l:le. At lilts ileotu
.. . ,
ine Dies-toe o. i aicriiii in.: ii ihos 1- .-.7
g.vai as to loice t lie iiio.ei to in" iie.ni
and biing on fainting fits, while the rcq-ui-ite
volume of air inside the dres-. 10
re-ist t!;e outward pre-sure of ihe While",
isso preatth.it it would speedily so'io
eale. .Means have been trn-d to obviate
these difficulties but f r the lue-i'ii' a
1'. .'. 1 I ..... . ,.f 1,. lluo.vli.nl li. 11 liirli
I 11111:1 11 ilS ticc 11 SCI 1 ' . Ill" V A IV HI. "
i man may pi-net rat-.; the secrets of the
i deep. An ingenious Ita'ian wo. !. ncin
i ha-bro-r. h: to lingl 10 1 a so:t of .oemr
s.-s which woiii'l re -i t tl
suI.pi ir ne cir
nU 1 ii-
Dot O tVlit it
iiiiciin "es a lsing 110m ine 111110s i
to human eiii'tir.iU' ae.
ViuilM It l arrfi-Usl.
At the requ '-t of P.rotighton aH.ts
T.;: ton. we called uion loin at the ja'i
this week. lie wished to make semi:
corrections in regard to the statement-
eon-crning him publi-hed in l.i-t week's
paper. Fiist, that the amount said Id
have been "cabbaged" by him when In;
K:ft Wi-eo'i-in three years ago. wa : only
Si,. "00 insiea I of SI. s:; M. and that it, was
stolen from hitn. He d'd not run off
with it, ti"r even intend to. Second,
that his first wife, now living in Wi em-.-in
does ; di-M-rve the sympatl.v oi'the
public; that she did not treat bi.u as a
wife should, and they agreed to s. j. I'a'.e.
Did not apply for a divorce, on :u-fir,ie
cf his children, of whom le; had li ve
two married. That he did mi . 011 -id -liim
i'!f bound to her a-.iy longer. ;t:i I
mai'tied again. Hisseeoti 1 wife '..' t b- -f
ue he m.irrie d the one in this ooitn y.
lie is sorry for what he has (loir- ; we s
11 girly di-1 raeted by his funiiy f -ouble
the iii g. lit be started off with l!e- iixpi.i-s
money, an 1 liar 11. v ktiew what !i .'i,J
d ting. Has no clear knowledge ol' wh t
he did do at that time ; cannot say how
ever, lhat he was aet;t:;!ly er.i;.
done all ir. bis power t.i make rest
fbr tin: money stolen, but IrvdV o
any meiey from the law be ha- :'
i l'j rctiuestel us to note the en:
,-'s ;t unit ter o!
usiica; to lien.
d m"so, but hanlly tbn.k
any bea'.ing in his ea-; Ik
(nti 11 ni .
I'riSitcnnt to O'.'ttii.
We are informed by (.'.apt
I iiomas. who Ikh his autipiri
reluible man re-iding in
n nneil, that a Mrs. difTord, residing in
the north put of Marion county, was .so
frightened by t'ne great eclipse as u first
1 lose her reason and finally her lit';. At
the beginning; 0 the ec1i;-e .'he w.u i.'
l.oi:ie ;d ine, with the exception of a,
child four weeks old. She had not he.tr 1
that th oi; was an
and being natural!
'itise to take pl.c-e.
ol'a ip-rvous temper-
anient, was great i.v Lightened at tie
event. In her i.g-r .r she seized ipt I'r -i'i.-child,
i.nd wiih it fled to her near i-r.
n -ighbor's, wlio-o house is at quite
li tau'-e from her own. When he ar
rived th'TO, her re.a-on was gone, at I
her bo Iv in a convulsive fit. A phy-iei:"i
wns calli-d as speedily a- i)i-.-ible. Tin;
.liH'tor at onee pronounei.-l her incurable.
I abmg until the Uth inst..
died, without s(:cov?rirtg h -r
This case may seoia very singuV.r at
first thought, but wh?n we eon-ider the
fact of the tcrrilyiog phenomenon coip'oi
upon ;i lone and nervous woman. :ii
w.irue 1 of it s approach, we earmot ". in
sider it very remarkable. We mil-'
member that ignorance Kill jyrevaib .'!
over the; land, that there tire 0. . :. I
many people who do not take the o -. -paper;,
arrl plenty of folks who d m-t
read the jdmanaes that are given teem.
A MtLi-' It '..V' r.
Iowa will send more wheat to r ki t
ties year th.01 ever before. Tin; n v. .:. e
yield per acre throughout tho State.
a; aL has
! make the total
toiai oroun.oi 111ns vear "'
i oiie-lonrt;! greater than i:s anv ie'". - ;
year. So s i.s the oilitor of tne r r i-"
i'gister, who has taken palps to p:i'.i i
jiiformati'.m in re.-jiect to the crop-' t.o u
ail jiarts of the State.
A lady in New Ii.-dford having
oral tiri'e.s recently r. p. p.; a rod iu !. It
neatly diesst d iu calico, the St-i ."'
p.rinted in that jIace, .-ays it w. .:.'.! be
1 tit i rely safe to lend money to ib. fo
b;md of such a woman, it so ; ;
however, that tins fortunate liu-1 ' .
a woniati like that is never i- ; '. '
- ! the humiliating necessity
of vei'ii'.".. '
::aa ntiiit i,mn imin
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