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rLATTSlOU'l IK XEliltA.SKA, TJIUKSJ)AY, DECEMBER D, 1SCJ).
We give our entire space to-d:iy to the
l'reM'lfiit's Message, which we give in
full. We have no room r a summinir
up of the points of the document.
Kmh reader will have that to do for liim-
OMAHA AMI KAII.ItOAnN.
Omaha has dpcii stirred to her very
ii limitations recently, over the question
of hutMinir a railroad down to Laramcr
Mills, opposite this City on the Platte,
to connect with the 1$. & M. We have
watched every movement carefully, for
we feel a dee p interest in the building of
this lime, for the reason that it will event
ually prove a first class feeder to the li.
Si M. when it becomes the great through
line, as it must the moment it strikes the
I'lrijtr Rutin fill proper, at the UK) Me
ridian. Wc hope to see this South-western
line built speedily, and we are glad
to know that tne prospect looks favora
ble. We do not view the building of this
line as a move hostile to I'lattsmoiith in
terests, as Mime do; but on the contrary,
we b'-lieve it will result ilirectljf to the
interest f Plattsmouth. Instead of tak
iti' trade off the B. & M. line before
reaching this city, it will bring trade to
the 15. & M- Line coming to this city ;
and why? It cannot take trade from the
.south side of Platte river to Omaha for
'the simple reason that it is further from
Omaha to Chicago than it is from Platts
mouth to Chicago; and it will bring
trade from the north side of Platte liiver
to this city for the same reason that it
will be nearer and cheaper to reach Chi
cago and the cast ria Plattsmouth and
the 15. Si M. than via Omaha and her
connection". Do you "see it?" We
way, then, speed the day when the
south-western line shall be built
from Omaha to a connection with the Ii.
Si M., thus giving Plattsmouth another
railroad without the cost of a single dol
lar. This line is of great importance to
Omaha, and has not Ikvii overrated by
her business men, because it will give
them a shorter and better route to Chi
cago via Plattsmouth and the B Si M.
than they can get in any other way. We
are also interested in Plattsmouth in hav
ing a road sent out to the north-west
frnju Omaha. It will, by means of the
connection with the B. M., throw us
in direct communication with all north- j
crn and north-western Nebraska. We
admit that without the road reaching
Omaha from Larimer Mills the north
western road would be a disadvantage to
Plattsmouth. becau.se it would bea fee br
to Omaha and her Iowa roads ; but with
the iiiiituvtion completed rVt Bellevue
and Larimer Mills to Piattsmouth, we
arenterested in the building of the
north-western line. As an evidence that
oar idea of this railroad matter is cor-
r-et. la-t examine a map oi uit; nnimo,
an I von will see that the shortest line of;
road Omaha could have to hwago is
via Piatt: ii. onth i lid the B. iV M. B. B
ALU ItT I. IJIt ll AIIKMOX .
The name of Albert 1. Bichardson is
us familiar in the west as household
words, aul many a heart will feel sad '
over the news of his death by assassin:.-
i t- -i 1. 1.. Th.,rs
tion. He expired at .ioc!o.-klat I hurs- ,
day morning, having lingered from the
J4th alt. He wa-. shot without warning,
ig room, by a
in the initiate counting mom.
, i m i' i l . .1
drunken lawyer named Md-arland, who
had attempted on a former occasion to j
take his life in the same cowardly man-j
iter. The excuse offered bv McFarlan l j
was that Bichardson had alienated the
ir i ct l- i v .. r !
affections ot his (Mcl arland s) ife j
From all the facts given to the public, !
the most important of which were pub-
lished at tho cinw of the former shoot- j
ing of Bichardson by McFarland, it aj
pcars that Mcl'arland was a dissipated,
tyrannical husband, who was not deserv
ing the love of a iy woman; and it is
not strange that his wife, who is a bril
liant woman, soon dost all respect for
him on account of his conduct. Rich
ardson had made her acquaintance
'through her relatives, and was walking
with her on the street at the time Mc
Farlanl first .-hot him. He was not se
riously hurt, and on account of the lady
the matter was kept as quietly as possi
ble. About this time 3 Irs. MeFarland
left her husband, and Mr. Bichardson
publicly proclaimed that he should marry
her as soon as she could procure a di
vorce. This divorce she m-ently procure-!
in Indiana, where she had lived
for some time, ard it was upon the re
ceipt of this news, as MeFarland alleges,
that he became frenzied and shot Rich
ardson f ir the second time. Mrs. Me
Farland and her mother waited upon Mr.
Richardson during his last hours, and
before his death the marriage ceremony
was performed, making Mrs. MeFarland i
'xis wife. There has never been anything
J.wpt MeFarland's bare asscrtiou to
,-i.'.T that Richardson ever done any
thiox alienate the affections of his
wife, .aa-l there is little doubt that his
own Lrutal conduct was the sole cause
of her leaTing him. Richard on has
lug been known -'s one of the ablest
,rrt-pondet ot the age, and his loss
wiU eseeiEr fe't among ncwspajicr
men. McFajiinxl is now laying in jail
awaiting hi trial, and there ii little
d'jubt of his car k-tion of wilful murder.
"Will sowp Jf ebraska City man tell us
where the ixitial iut of the Midland
Pacific Railway is? It is a question
which exureistis quite a number of Lin-
'lu people jast aomr. Lincoln St iles-
We would advise the Statesman to be
a little" more eireuuispeet in its demeanor
war 1 Nebraska City, and not ask such
i "pertinent questions, else the giant in--ellwt
of the Vv will take it to task
and cite such items as the above to show
a feeling of hostility toward tine interest.
of th city.
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tires of the United State :
In coining befi jre you for the first time
as Chief Magistrate of this nation, it is
with gratitude to the (liver of all Good
for th many benefits we enjov. We are
blessed with peace at home, and are with
out entangling alliances abroad to fore
Ixide trouble with a territory unsur
passed in fertility of an area equal to
the abundant support of five hundred
i- i l ..i. i: : -.
millions of i iconic, and abounding in
every variety of useful mineral, in quan
tity "sufficient to supply the world for
generations with cxulierant crops
with a variety of climate adapted to the
production of every species of earth's
riches, and suited to the habits, tastes
ami requirements of every living thing
with a population of forty millions of
free people, all speaking one language;
with facilities for every mortal to acquire
an education ; with institutions closing to
none the avenues to fame or any blessing
of fortune that may be coveted: with
freedom of the pulpit, press and school ;
with revenue flowing into the National
Treasury beyond the requirements of
Government" supply, harmony is being
rapidlv restored within our lionlers;
manufactures hitherto unknown in our
country are springing up in all directions,
producing a degree of National Inde
pendence" uiK-iiualled by that of any
other lower. These blessings ami count
less others are entrusted to your care an 1
mine for safe keepimr, for the brief pe
riod of our tenure of ofliee. In a short
time we must each of u return to the
ranks of the people, who have conferred
upon us our honors, and account to them
for our steward-hip. I earnestly desire
that neither you nor I may Iks con
demned by a free and enlightened con
stituency, nor by our own conscience.
Emerging from "a rebellion of gigantic
magnitude, aided as it was by the sym
pathy and assistance of nations with
which we were at peace, eleven States of
the Union were, four years ago left with
out legal State governments ; a war debt
had been contracted American com
merce was almost driven from the seas
the industry of one half of the country
had been taken from the control of the
capitalists and placed where all labor
rightfully belongs in the keeping of labor
the work of restoring State Govern
ments, loval to the union, of protecting
and fostering free labor, and providing
means fur. paying the interest on the pub
lic debt, have received ample attention
from Congress. Although your .efforts
have not met with the success, in all par
ticulars, that might have been desired,
yet, on the whole, they have been more
successful than could have been reasona
bly anticipated. Seven State.? which
tvwsil nnli nances of secession, have been
fully restore 1 to their i.lacesinthe I nion;
the eighth, Georgia, field an election, at
which she ratified her constitution, re
publican in form, elected a Governor,
members of Congress, a State legisla
ture, and all other officers required. The
dulv installed, and the
Legislature met and performed all the
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acts then require! oi in -m n im- iee...i-
u-ts ot Lon-'tess. jnuse-
nii,.nt!r however, m violation ot tne
constitution they had just ratified, as
sinee decided by the supreme court of
tlie State, they unseated the colored
members of the' Legislature, and admit
teil to seats some liienioers an: uir-
qualified by tl. t h.r c '
r.uiendm -nt to th. c n titi io .i, an .mi
t,uv t;KMiiselves ha I eontnuu-
tel to raiifv. I n I t the e firc.itn tan
ces I would s l'miit to you whether l
won! ! not be wise, without delay, to i
I M'V MTiriloriZ ilg III-.. ioviir
j iri.-i to convene the m.'i:
" i ,i tn ti, I.egilature. reouinng c.ie!
member to takw the oath prescribed by
the recoi.stru ti.. a-t. an "
admitted who are ineligible under the
thin, (.1;U so ,- thlt ,4th .-unci hneot
"pj,,. Veedm-Mi. under the protection
: which they have receive I.
j rapid progress i learning
i.i.i.l n-o rresy. i learn ng. aim no com
' pia lis are near i -i i.ivi ...-..
1 " , t!cv receive a fair
'.1 oi a lach. oi uiuu
remuneration for their labor,
'pj10 ,nean provided for paying the
interest on the public debt, with all other
expenses of the government, are more
than ami. e. The loss ot our commerce
the rebellion which
i t ot received. sufficient attention from
Vou. To this subject I call your earnest
attention. I will not now suggest means
liV WtlU'll THIS on CCl mav in: iiHtir'i ,
but will, if necessary, make it the sub
ject of a special message during the ses
sion of Congres. At the March term.
Congress, by joint resolution, authorized
the Executive to order elect i ms in the
States of Virginia. Mississippi nnd Texas,
to submit constitutions which each had
previously in convention framed either
uutire or" in separate parts, to be voted
noon at the discretion of the Executive.
Under this authority an election was
called in Virginia. That election pink
place on the f.th of duiy. t). The
Govern ir and Lieutenant Governor elec
ted, have licen installed. The legisla
ture met and did all required by til reso
lution, and by all the reconstruction acts
of Congress, an 1 abstained from all
doubtful authority. I recommend that
her Senators and Representatives, and
that the State be fully restored M its
place in the family of States. Elections
were called iu Mississippi and Texas, to
commence on the :!0th of November,
ist.o. and to last two days in Mississippi,
and four davs iu Texas. The elections
have taken place, but the result is not
known. It is to be hoped that the acts
of the legislatures of these Mates when
I...,. ,....o' vill be such as to n-ceive !
vour approbation, and thus close the I
work of construction. Along with the ;
evils growing out of the relielhon and not ;
vet referred to. is that ot an lereueenia- i
' currency. It is an evil which 1 hope :
will receive" vour most earnest attent tin. '
It is a duty and one ot the highest uu- .
ties of Government to secure to the c:n- reelings
zens a modi um of exchange of fixed, un- of I uba in their pending struggle, that
varvin" value. This implies a return to : they manifested throughout the previous
a 'specie baM. and no substitute for it i struggle iietweeu Spain and her colonies
can U'devised. Itshould! commenced ! in Uhalf of the latter, but the contest
..n,l re.-ieiied at the earliest practi- ! at no time assumed the conditions which
cable moment consistent with a fair re- j amount to a war m tne souse or liiteina-r:n-.l
t. the interest of the debtor class, j tional law, or which would show the exis-
Immediate resumption, if practicable.
would not le desirable. It would com- ;
pcl the debtor class to pay liey-un 1 their j
contracts, the premium on ohi ai ine
date of tlieir purchase, and would bring
bankruptcy and ruin tf thousands.
Fluctuations, however, in the paper
value of the measure of all value, (gold),
is detrimental to the interests of trade.
It makes a man of business an invohin-
tare nimbler, tor in au saies wnere i.i
i i i .i.....:..fA
iiin lk-ivnient is to lie lliaiie, nolll Iai lies i
.........i ..V.. .. to -lmt will lie the value of I
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.ori-piiev to be paid and received. I
earnestly recommend to you, then, such
ieaislation as will insure a gradual return I
to spetve payments, and put an immedi
ate stop to" fluctuations in the value of j
. . . .i
curren-y. 1 he met nous to s?eure tne-sj :
results -ire ns numerous as are thespecu-
lators on iHilifiyal e-.'inoniy
To :ccure i
! ,:,cr 1 - b,lt -, - J that is
I to aiiLtionze tin; Jrca-iiry to redeem its
semen ; to witiiiioiii irotn cir.ruiatioii ai
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such curreiK-v redeemed until soi l a.-ain
I fur go!J. The vast resources of the ua
ti'jrt both devtlrrnej and nndeveloi ed.
ought to make our credit the best on
earth. With no lesn burden of taxation
than the citizens have em lured for six
years past, tlij entire public debt e Mild
ne iiain in ten year, out it is hoc uesim-
t ble that the people should be taxed to
i . --r - - . i
pnv it in that time. Year bv year the
ability to pay increases in a rapid ratio,
but the burden of interest ought to be
reduced as rapidly as can be done, with
out the violation of contract. The pub
lie debt is represented, in great part, by
bonds, having from five to twenty and
from ten to forty years to run, lieai ing
interest at the rate of ix per cent, and
five percent, respectively. It is option il
with the government to pay their bonds endured from the lack of goo I iaith to
at any period after the expiration of th j j war,l uhy other natienv. . Ou tWU. S.
last time mentioned upon their face j sch"o:i ; "Lizzie Major, whi.-h V. I'- 'aires
The time has already expired when a j ted on the high sea'bv a Spani-h irigate,
great part of them may be taken up ; j anil (W,i passengers 'taken Vr- it in 1
the time is rapidly approaching when ail Ciirrkd a--prison :s jlo ' i, n-j-ut-may
he. In is believed that all whieh are i tion of flre-e f:eN wr i)d-'' to- the
now line may le rci!aceil by lion Is l car-
ing a raU' ot interest not exceeding lour
and a half percent., and as rapidly as
the remainder becomes due, that thev
maybe replaced in the same wav. T
accomplish this, it may be necessary to
authorize the interest to be paid at either
of the tlicee or four of the money cen -
p 1.'. - I . . 'C
ters or j,urope, or ny an .vssisiaui i reas-
urer of the United States, at the option
or the hoKler or the bond. 1 suggest
this subject for the consideration of
Congress: also simultaneously with this
the propriety of redeeming our currency
as before suggested at "market value at
the time the law goes into effect, increas
ing the rate which currency will be'
tmught and sold from day to day, or
week to week at the same rate of inter-
est as the Government pays upon the
bonds. The mbject of tanfl ; and inter-
rial taxation will necessarily receive
your attention. The revenues of the
country arc greater than the require-
merits, and may with satety PC rejuee.i,
but as tne lumurig or tne aeot in a min
ora four and a half per cent, would re
duce the annual current expenses largely'
i n ! 1 11.- f
thus after finding and justifying a greater
reductionot taxation, than wouid be now rays felt that the mo-t intimate relations.! i,n. nnder the treaty of lSot. have
expected, I suggest tho postponement should be cultivated lx:tween the repub- j Conileted their labors, "and the conimis
of the question until the next meeting id, Ji,; f the United States and all hide- UiIJU have-dissolved. In conformity with
Congress. It may be advisjible to modify j pendent nations on this continent. It ' the recommendation of Congress, a
the taxation and tariff in instances where j -,,av b0 well worth coii-i. firing whether j proposition was early male to the Brit
unjust or burdensome discriminations are treaties between the United States and jsh government to abolish the mixed
made by the present laws, by a general j them may not be pr fitably entered into courts created under the treaty of April
revision of the law regulating the sub- tisecureniore intiiuaterelations. friendly, j 7( str2, for the suppression of the slave
ject. 1 recommend the postponmeut for commercial:' nd othenvise. The subject ; trade. The subject is still under nego
the present. 1 also suggest the renewal 0f an inter-oc anie canal to connect the tiation
ot the tax on incomes, but at a reduced 1 Atlantic an 1 I acitic oceans, t hrough the
rate, say of three per cent, and this tax j Isthmus of Darien is one in which the
to expire in three years with the funding ; United States is greatly interested. In
of the National debt as here sugge.te 1. struct ions have been given to our Minis
l feel safe in saying tint the taxes nn 1 ter to the Bepublie of the United States
revenues from imports n a be reduced j of Columbia, to endeavor to obtain the
safely from sixty to eighty millions per authority for a survey bv this govern-
annum at once, and still further reduced
from year to year, as the recources oi toe
country are developed. The report of
the Secretary of theTrea ury shows the t
rec4'ijts of the government for the fiscal
year ending June ) I, ISH.t. to be .S7tt.- i
'.4.';,7i7, and th.; expenditures, in -!u-ding
interest, to be sJl . b.i!.."'.7. The
c-stiiuates for th j ensuing year nr.- in ire
favorable to the goveriiment. and will no ;
doubt show a large decrease iu the )ii;V ;
lie debt. The i:e.:ipts of the tre.miry, i
beyond expsii liture h-.ve e:;ci-eded th.:.
amount n;ivs,-ary to p'a;-- to the -inking
fund:, as piovidcd by law. To look up
the .siiiiMits in the treasury and wilhold
it from circulation, woul-l lead to such
c.i;r i.'-tion of currency a - to cripple
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an i serio'isiv ai.ee: tne pro peruv
of the country. Under thw circum-tan-
Secretary of th-;
i:ive concnrre I in the ii:o;in;t
ol'iising a!! surplus currency m the iroas-
urv for the purchase of government
bonds, thus reducing the iut
debt of the country, and of
to ongress the question of the dispoM-
tion to he ma le of the bond; so pur-
chased. The bonds now held by th
Treasurer amounts to about 7.",o: .
including those belonging to the sinking
fund. I recommend that the whole be
placed to the credit of the sinking fund.
Vour attention is respectfully invited
to the reeomuien latiou of the Secretary
of the Treasury fir the creating of the
offices of Commissioners of Customs au 1
Revenues, for the increase of salary to
certain classes ot orhcials, ami tne su i-(
stitution ot outstanding . per cent, cer
tificates, and most especially to his
recommendation for the repeal of the
laws allowing the shares of fines, i en
alt ies, for feitures, etc., to the officers
of the government, or to informers.
The office of Commission .;r of Internal j
Revenue is one of the nio-t onerou ; and j
responsible under the government. It j
falls little, if any, short ot a calnnet poj-
tion in its importance and resjeisiiiiu- j
ties. I ask for it, therefore, such legis-;
lati on as in your judgment will place the i
ot.iecrs on a tooting ot dignify miiiii -n-
surate with i's importance, an I t!ie j
character, ability and qualifications nt
the class ,,f men required to till it prop- j
of "all nations, :m, too. its people sympa
thize with ail people
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utir timrso sno mi ne in sirici coiuonuiiv
with strict justice and law, international
and local. Such has been the policy of
the administration in dealing with those
question For more than a year a
valuable province ot Jsnain, and a near
neigunor oi ours, in nom um ieori.-
cannot but feel a deep interest, has been
struggling for independence. The ieople
oi me i,. cnieiiaui ine samewauu
ana sympaiiiies lor ine people
t nee of a defycto political organization
of the insurgents sufficient to justify
a roeogninon of
principal is nikintained. however, that
this nation is its own judge when to ac
cede the right of beligereney either to a
people struggling to free them elves
fioiu a government they 1-elieve to be
oppressive or two independent nations
at war with each other.
The United States have no disposition
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in iikciicic huh itaisliii" ie..moiis ui
Spain to her eolouial nossessions on this
coritinenf. Ihey leheve that indue
time Sain and other Kuropeau powers
will find their interests in terminating
will tiiid their interests in terminating
those relations and establishing their
pree-ont dependencies as independent
i .1. . t :i
powers ; as memoirs oi m- ia.u; ui
uatio.js these dependencies are no longer
regiirdtHl as subject to transfer from one
liberty an I self governinenl ; but while j the United States, an 1 its provisions
so sympathizing, it is duto o ir honor j were whoiiy inadequate lor fin; settle
that we should abstain from enforcing j ment df the grave n your t that ha 1 been
our views upon unwilling nations, and Ml -tarned ly this government as v eil as
from taking the interested part, without, j its citizens, the injuries resulting to the
invitation, between different nations as : Cnited States by reason of the course
between governments and their subjects, adopted bv Great Rritaiu during our late
Kurfipean power to another. .Ylu-n the
present relations of colonies a-, tiiey
are to become independant powers exer
cising the. riirht of choice r l self t-on-trol
in the dett'ri'.dnaliori Of ib . future
fondit'o'i and relations with other jower.
Thu United States in order ti put a t-top
to blood-lied in Cuba, and iu the interest
of a iieiirhborinT people. pro).sed this
good otli vs to bring the contest to ai
termination. I he o,t -r not le:ng ac
cepted by Spain on a basis which we
lie ve could be received by Cuba, was
withdrawn. It is hoped that the good
offices of the United States may yet
prove advantageous for tin- settlement
of the unh ippy strife. Meanwhile a
number of illegal expeditions' "against
Cuba have been broken up. It ha
been the end-.uvor of th ; administration
to excuse the neutrality l-iw in.go.id faith
I no matter how ' nii'i!c,:isl:if ih lak mav
, be to us from the snllering we have
Sp uush government as mh :is otticial
j intWrm ition of them ie;!, r. ( Vashiug-
j tun. The two pa-ngers ve-i set at
liberty an I the Spani-h ge -i-itniciit a4
sured the Unite 1 States that the captain
i. , - - l : .1 .
ot tne iri-ate. in niaKing me -a uie
. :i :.tt., without the.law: that lie had
; .L. repiiinainl ' l fjr the invgularitv of
I . . '. , ,.i . i 1
jlls ,-uirIucr, mi l that tii r pi-iusit- a
I thorities in Cubia would ii-; uueti
any act that could violate the right or
treat with disrespect the sovereignty ot
The question of the Fei.ure of the brig
Mary Bowell at one cf the Bahama is
lands by the Spani.-h authorities, is made
the subject of the correspondence be
tween this government and those of
Srain and Great Britain. The Captain
' General of Cuba, about May last, issued
:i proclamation authori.inu
be madeof a vessel on" the.
a search to
' Immediate remonstrance was made
against this: whereupon the Captain
( .cneral issued a new proclamation, an-
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lulling the right, to scarcn i.iikci urates
So far as authorized und r the
treaty ot I . this proclamation, bow-
over, was then withdrawn. I have al -
i ment in order to determine the practica
bility of such an undertaking, and a char
ter tor the right of way t build by pri
vate enterprise stvh a work, if the sur
vey proves it to be practt -no1-Inrder
to i-f.nvily with th
of he Unitcnl Statesast ai,:!Ae;eoinmi.;-j 111(!Ilf J eaused the French and British
sion at Lima fbrthe pttrp:xe- of adjust- . legations at Washington to be made ac
uieut of claim-, ir Ik--:iv.' essirv to i ,m:i:nttil with the probable pidiey of
sen l a ciiuiiii.-simi T to l. io.i in August ; (;0ngress on th subject as fore-itadowcil
l ist. Noappnpria:io:ih:r.iig been made l,v tjK. t v,diieli pa-sc 1 the Senate in
for this purpose, it is now asked that one . .AI.,rt.l, hist. This drew from the repre
be male covering th pas; a i l lutureex- , ;entativcs ol the conpany au agreement
penses of the commi-sion. The g- d ol- t() ...-pt as the b-isis.if their operations
fi-es of th? United Stares t jr.i a- nt j tiie provi-iou-sof thebilLi. of such other
peace bet we -n Spain an I tic o;:tn ;,..,.. ;,i;l.;,t ,,:i the subject as might be
.!!UTi-;.in iu'iun:ics ,: o . :- i- i- .i
have boon aeceptc l
ri; I. I fill
I e II ill-
an 1 Chili- an 1 a congress ii.i
vKeltobe heM m a -n.n . -n 'ii.ni.g
the n 'sent, winter. A gran; has I e -n
; ,,,..,. to hurooeans of an c-.'!ih" right ;
uf transit over the territo v of N
ot transit over the ten :.') y ot .xs -.iragua ;
' tn which Costa Rica has given if, :(
infii- t with vested j
i 1 1 i ...
1 rights of citizens of th
I 'icle I !:tti
department of Ut" n -cv ha this
suliiect under cmsideraNon. 'f Minis- I
! ter to I !! i having made rei h -'S'-i-i m ions
that there was a slate of.::r !.-. . ween
Peru andSpain. an i tiiat Spain w -e.-u-:
stni 'ting. in nod near NVw -.l . v-
eminent gunboats which m
by Spain in such a way as i
naval fore: at. Cuba so a
asaitist Pe;1i. order.- weii' l
. Ii' I ii: ed .
. oi e the i
to operate j
.en to pre-I
vent their dctiarture. Myth
- ' x . y
j having been taken bv the rei. resect itives '
,,j I'eru asking t.re governm Mt t pre- !
vent the departure of these v,-sx is, and
I not feeling authorize I to octant
pro-iertv of a nation with which v.
at eaee, on a lucre executive order, the
matter has been referred to th" courts to
decide. The conduct f war between the
Allies and th" Bepublie of Paraguay has
made the intercourse with that country
so difficult that it: has been deenied ad
visable to withdraw our n presentatives
i roII i there, towards the do e ! the
at administration a couvemion was I
secured at Loudon for the set ! iement i t i
unsatisfied claims net ween . reat j
Hriiaiir and . the Unite i Srates w hich i
failed to receive the a Ivi and -n-ent j
,,f the Senate to it ; rati:ic i:.i on. The i
time and the ireur.is
the negotiations of the treaty irero imta
voranle to it aeeept-Mice ov to" pe . .;e ot
civil war, lnerea-ed rates ot insurance m
the diminution of exports an I imports,
and other obstructions to domestic in
dustry and production, iu its effect upon
the foreign commerce of the country, iu
the decrease and transfer to Great Rrit
ain of our commerchial marine, in the
prolongation of the war, and increased
cost both in treasure and in lives in its
suppression could not be adjusted and
satisfied as ordinary commercial claims
which continually arise ltween commer
cial nations, and yet the Convention
treated them simply as such ordinary
claims from which they ilifier more
widely in the gravity of their character
than in the magnitude of their amount.
Great as is even that differen -e. a word
was found in the treaty, and no inference
could be drawn for it, and remove the
sense of unfriend iiness of tho tnrse of
Great Britain iu our struggle for exist
ence which had so deeply impressed it
self ujxin the in-ople if this Vuntry.
Relieving tliat a convention thus uncon
eeived in its scope and inadequate in its
provisions would not have produced the
hearty and cordial settlement of the j tend
ing questions which alone is consistent
with the relations which I desire to es
tablish lietween the United States and
Great Uritain. I regarded the action of
the Senate in rejecting the treaty to
have been taon in the interest of peace-,
and a step in the direction of peri'tx-t
and cardial friendship between the two
countries. A sen.-ative people-, conscious
of their pwer are more at ease under a
great wrong una toned, than under the
restraint of a scttlcnieut which sati.-lies
neither their ideas of justice, nor their
grave sense of grievances thev have sus-
ltJiine(L The' rejection' of the treaty was
lollowcii by a state or leeling on tioth
sides which I though not favorable to an
imuiediite sittempt at renewed negotia
tion, an 1 1 accor linirlv so instructed the
Minister of the United States totiieat
Britain, aiid f.iiiii I that iuy views iu this
rcg.-rrd were' shared by' bar' M.ajT!.stys
I hoe that the time may soon arrive
when the t wo governments can approach
tine solution of this moiuetitoiH question
with an assurance of what is due to the
rights, dignity an i honor .of each, and
with the determination not only to re
move tho cause of complaint in the past,
but to lay the foundation of a broad prin
ciple of public law which will prevent fu
ture differences, and tend to firm and
continued peace and friendship. This is
now the only grave question which the
United States have with any ihrcig-i na
tion. The question of a treaty for wmi profit y
hete ii the United State and the Brit
ish Provinces on this continent, has not
lieci favorably c m-i Icrc 1 by tne a imin-
j istration. The . advantage of su.-h
j treaty would be wholly in favor of th:
British produver. except po.-sibiv a few
'.engaged in the trade bet wn-t ho two
I sections. No citizen of the Cuit -d States
' ... . .. . .
- wouM be beneluteil bv rc inro!tv : our
j internal taxation would prove a iiiotec-
tion toJiritish producers almost equ al to
the protection which our manufacturers
now receive from the tariff. Some -ar-
i rangement, however, for the regulation
of commercial intercourse between the
United States and the dominion of Can
ada may !e doiraMe.
The commission for adjusting the
claims of the Hudson Bay and PugeVs
Sound Agricultural Company upon the
United States hits terminated its labors.
The award of one hundred and fifty
thousand dollars has been made, and all
rights and titles of the Company on the
lmimdarv of the United States have
oeen extinguished. Deeds for the prop
i crtv (,f tlurComiiany have been received
aIKi appropriation bv Congress to
1 ' .
j ln.et t in sum is asked
. Tlie entmnissioners fur determining
j the Northwestern Ian 1 boon lary oetwceu
, th,. I'no.t Sttiw ami Hritish fusses-
- It having come to ray knowledge that
a corporate company, organized under
British laws, proposed to land upon the
sdioros of the United States, and to ope
rate there a submarine cable, under a
Concession from His Majesty the Kinpe
ror of the French, if an exclusive right
for twenty years of telegraphic commu
nication between the shores of 1 Vanci
and the United States with the very ob
jectionable feature of subjecting all mes
sages confided to them to the sovereignty
t. c.);,;iol 0f the French Goveni-
, pa-sed during the approaching session !
also to use their influence to.
secure from tho Freneh Government ?i
, hhcanoii oi tneir concession so a to
,)(.,.,,,;r ,. I.,,, i;,i r noon Fren.-h so:! of
.,.. heloii-dicr to aav comnanv ri
corporate-. 1 bv I he authoriiy of il-.e I ni-
titcs, or o anv r'tau'. in i if urn.
. i . . i '
and on their part not t oppose the e--f
... . . e
lishm nt oi' anv si c'i cable. In a n i l
ration of this agreement I d ree'e I the
wit!nh-:iwa! of ono is'tion bv the Un:-
.. t ,.... .. ,, , i ,,, . !.. 1 . n.lin-r ,,('
the cable an. I the working of it until the
mel ting of Congress. I regret to say
there has hi no modification ma le in
the Company concessions, nor so far as I
ean learn. Iiave they attempted to secure
une. Their concessions excludes tho
eaoi.'al and the citizens of he United
Mates lioui competition upon the snores
,,f l-Y-.m... I i me.icnd leoisl ifiou to
protect the ri dits of cit izens of tlie Uni-
ted States as well as' the 'dignity and
sovereignty of tin: nation against such an
assumption. I shall endeavor to secure
by negotiation the alian louuient of the
principle of monopolies in ocean tele
graph cables. Copies of this corres
pondence is herewith furnished.
The unsct.lerpontic;d con litioii of
other countries less fortunate than our
n:vii smiietiiiies mdiios t lnir r-itr.i'Ti to
eosue to the United States for the sole
Dnrno e of iH-comin-' nat ur ilized. Ilav-
mg secured this thev return to tlieir conn
try an 1 reside there without disclosing
their change of allegiance, thev accent
official po.-itions otr-i-t or honor which
:iii mite be he'd bv citlvvi;, of the:r n i-
tive lan 1. The
.journey ui ler p:iss-
oat describing theni as such citizens,
and it is only when civil discord, after,
perhaps, years of q-iiet, threaten; them,
or threatens their persons or property,
or when tlieir native. States draft chem
into its military service, that the fact of
their change of allegiance is made known.
So they reside permanently Jrom the
United States ; they contribute nothing
to its revenues ; they avoid the duties of
its citizenship, and tlieyonly make them
selves known by a claim of protection.
1 have directed consular ami dij lomatic
and consular officers of the United States
to scrutinize carefully all such claims of.
protection. The citizen of the United
States, whether native or adopted, who
discharges his duty to his country is en
titled to its complete protection ; he
should have a voice in the direction of
affairs. I shall not consent to impa r the
sacred right by conferring it upon fie'i
tious or fraudulent claimants.
C'ON'CLl'DKD OX FOLKTU PA(iK. J
i . . ........ !
W. J. Talbott and K. French.)
, . ,-Lctra! Nutice.
William lounir. J
To William 1'ounsr. nm-refident dc-fen imit :
Take nutn-e tliat ya bure been fued before
Juuie Simpson, a Justice of the Peai-c i: ;ui I
lor Cuss county, in the State of NebiiuWH. hy
W.J. falbott ami K. French: that un tinier ot"
atotcliinent was isvue'l in said cause on tin- .'itli
day of November, A. 1. lsny. ariiinst y.mr prop
erty in the bands of L. C. .McMurry. of Las
county, aiitl State of Nebrask i, for ine sum of
$-i0o ttitty-fivo ilollarsi and cost. Said suj;
wa brouirut on the-ith day tif November. lK.il.
and i" set for trial on the O; h i;iy of ilet-ciuoei ,
A. I). lis'!1, at one i't-li k in the n'ti-riio'.n.
W. J. l ALiiOil juid K. FHri. . ';i.
nov25w3t $-'i.rii: i'tiiutiuV".
Notice in hereby irivou. iht T will eii at pubs
lic auction, at the b.use of Franeix Farrell. in
Avoca. precinet. Cas ciuuty Neir:iskii. mi Fri
day, the 7th day of January, T7i.. at one rciock
p. in.; one Mule. 'taken up by the said Fiirrti. a
an estray. Appraised 'it thirtv ilnllar.
AMOS TEFFT. Justice of the Pence.
Avoca, November 25, 196.'. iec2w5
UNITED STATES MAILS.
POST OFFICE DEPA KTMKNT.
Washington-. Oi-toljcr -M. lSi.i, )
J'J.'OPOSiLS trill if rerir-il nt thr (loitntrt
Ofit't' tf thit It'-ftttrtiwHt unttl 3 . nt. itf M'irrh
Hli. 1 Til. fur rmirfffiiitf tit intiil ' thr I'ntti ti
Sltttr fr'tiih Jain 1, lSTd. tti Junt :l(l. 1S74 in the
St'ttr of Xhrttk on thr rvir tttt'i hy tlt'
mrhntulm of ilrjtn rture ciii irriri' hm in
Decisions Announced by April 20, 1870.
ltiol From Oinnhn. hv ttilnii.ire. riiic:i?o,
Prhnroso, Viilloy, Frcnifiiit. Timl'rvilU,1
North U'-nd. Sehn.vliT, Kl ll-nado. l.'olimi
hus. Crrry Hill. Silver lilin. Clarksvillc.
- IjOne Tret-. I'hapiniin, lii-nnd Isliinil Sta
tion, Wood River, Fort Kearney, Kearney
City. Mi-I'liersoli. North l'latte. t.'otton
Wiki 1 Sprinifs. Sidney, l'in Hint?. Chey
I'linc. Sherman, Laramie City. Wyomins,
Lookout, Meili.-ine liow, Carlion. ier-y.
Fort Frcl Steele, Rawlins's Springs. l!it-
ter Creek, l'oint of Rocks, (treni River i
('ity, Jtryan, (iraimer. Cuter, RiidtierSta
tion, 'I'iediiiout, Walir-ati-h. Helm Cuy:
Morsan, I'intah, Ojrdi-n. Hot SpriiiiM. j
Coriune. l'i'oiipiiitory l'oint, 1 1 lull, lt'st j
4-Hl mile ami hack, twice daily.
1 140 J.
l . '111. 111. I. 1 IHIlin Hi:, 411111111 tills.
PhitM'iiouth. Rock RlntV-. I.cw -ision. Three
drove. Union. Wyoming. Nellraka City.
Peru, ljrownville, Neiiiah.l Cit. Aspin
w:ill. Saint llcrviu, WilliauisviUi-. A r.iao.
liills.lale. Fnll-City. Rui... Nohail. White
Cloud. Iowa l'oint. II U-lil.n.J. a nd Walnut
(trove, to Troy. I'll miles and hack, .six
time h week.
Leave Omaha daily. Except Sunday, at
I--..... t l... l .. ir. n t :., m;ii
8 a. in.;
Arriv e at Troy third day hy S a. iu.. 4S
. hourii; ;
Leave Troy daily, except Sunday, at H
Arrive at Omaha third day by 8 a. in. (4S
li-fOIJ From Omaha. Iy Florence, Fort Calhoun,
Yazoo, IlcSoto. IJlair, Cumi linizs City. Mo
dail. Tckamah, Silver Creek. Decatur,
Omii'ia Asreuey. Wiuiiehairo. Dakota City,
and Woodbury 1I0..1 to Sioux City. (lo..
l7 miles and back, six limes a week.
Leave Omaha daily, except Sunday, at 5
Arrive at Sioux City next day Jiy 10
Leave Sioux City daily, except Sunday,
at r a. in.:
Arrive at Omaha next days by 10 p. m.
UH1 From Rellevue. !y Lisbon. Plattfor l and
Xenia. to Foret City. -Jij miles and back,
once a week.
Leave IJellcvue Friday at T a. m.;
rrive at Forest City by 4 p. in.;
Leave Forest City Saturday at 7 a. in.:
Arrive at llellcvue by 4 p. in.
1JI0") From I'lattmoulli. by dlcudale and South
Ki nd, to Ashland. -S'j mile and back,
once a week.
Leave I'lattsmoutli Monday at 7 a. in.;
Arrive at Ashland by 1 p. in.:
Leave Ashland Tuesday at 7 a. m.;
Arrive at I'latisiuouth by 4 p. in.;
lilOG From l'lail.-nnoiith, by Fisjlit Mile lirove.
Weeping Water. Klniniiml. stt. i s " t'reck,
Lincoln, and Middle Creek, to Millord. s
mile and back ; three t iiiica week lo Iiin
cohi. l"i mile, a ml once a w-ck the residue.
Leave I'lattsmoutli Tuesday, Thursday,
und Saturday at n..ai p. m.;
Arrive at Lincoln hy 1J injrlit;
Leave Lincoln Monday, Wednesday
t ri'lay at x n. in.:
Arrive at I'lattsmoiith by 8 p. m.;
Leave Lim-nln Tuesday at S a. in.;
Arrive at Milford by 7 p. in.:
Leave Milford Thursday at S a. iu.;
Arrive at Lincoln by 7 p. in.
1 H07 From Three droves, by Mount Pleasant
and Centre Valley, to Weepinpr Water,
lii' i mile and back, om-e a week.
Leave Three ijroves S itur lay at G a. m.;
Arrive nt Weephiir Water by IU lit :
Leave Weeping Water Saturday ut 2
Arrive at Three Groves by S p. in.;
114(18 From Union, by Factory ville, to Avoca,
12 mile and b:n-k. once a week.
Leave Union Saturday nl 7 a. in.;
Arrive at Avium by 11 a. in.;
Leave Avoca Saturday at 12 in.
Arrive at I'uiou by 4 p. in.
lll'Jti From llartlctt ("ity, by Wyoming, to Lin
coln City. .V) miles ami back, once a week.
Leave llartlctt City Mon lay at a m :
Arrive at Lineoln City next day by 12 m;
Leave Lincoln City Wednesday at 0 u in:
Arrive at li.u tletl City next day by 12 in.
llilO From Nebraska City, by Wilson, Nuri ry
Hill. Emerson. Palmyra. Paisley, and Re
becca, to Lincoln. l7 miles.ind back, daily.
Leave Nebraska City daily at 8 a in ;
Arrive at Lincoln by S ; m ;
Leave Lincoln daily nt Sam;
Arrive at Nebraska City by s p m;
11411 From Nebraska City, by Hi.-!i' For !, (lo
cal, i Helena. Lrysoii. and Hooker, to I5ea
tricc, 70 miles and back, three time a
Leave Nebraska City Monday, Wednes
day, and Friday at ( a in;
Arrive at ll.'.itrb-e next day by " p m:
Leave Keatrieu Mon lay, WcIiich lay,
Friday at ti a m :
Arrive, at Nebraska Ci:y next day by 'J
! m :
Proposals to extend s"ivice. by I'iue
Springs joid (Kot! Agency, to Maryaviile,
."S mile, invited.
11412 From Nebraska City, by P, irllett's Mi'l-,
(liiciil.) Snyder", lo-al.i MH 'lure's, (lo
ii nd Morton's Ford, i local.) to Table Ko.-k.
1J mile and back.
Lcive Ncbn-.-ka City Monday at Sam;
Arrive at Table Rock by 7 p i.i :
Leave Table Hock Tuesday at S n in ;
Arrive ut Nebraska City by j p in.
1 111.') From Ibowiiville. by Loudon, (ilea Rol-1:.
and Howard, to (irant. 22 mi!'- and back. '
once a week. .
Leave Rrnwnville Fri lay at 12 in :
Arrive nt (iranf next day by 5 a in :
Leave lir.int Sal ur lav nl X u m ; j
Arrive at lbownviile by I, p in. j
Proposal t.) embrace l iii'toii on rout;! :
invited: also, to extend !im:-i liiant t
Spring Creek, iucrcasiug di-i.iiic in all
12 mile. j
llHl From Ibownville. by Fret. rick. Ti - '
cumsch. Vcs'.i. and Crao Orchard, to Den- j
triee. Im mile and back, three times a ,
Leave Drou-nville Monday. Wednesday, j
and Friday at 'i am: !
Arrive nt Dealri e next dav bvt p m: !
Leave Rratrico Mon li v.' Wednesday. I
and Friday at ti a ni
Arrive ut R ownville next day hy li p. in.
Proposal to extend crvicc. by Dole
Springs .and Otoe Agency, to Mary-vide.
:;s milts, invited,
llllo From Nemaha City, by Sherman. Monte
rey, au l LutisT Dran ;ii. 'to Iluiubobii, :il
miles an 1 back, nice a w-ek.
Leave Xetnalia Citv Kri lay at S a m :
Arrive at Hiimioblt by .' p in :
L'.ive Humboldt Satiii-ilay ai S a m ;
Arrive at Neniah.-i ( !ty oy .3 p m. .
11 11C From Fall City, by Salem. Wei!' Mills, i
M id llehurch. Athens. Dawson's Mill, I
Mouciid. llu'iiboldt. Tii le Rock. Ti
Dranch. and Liberty, to O:oe Ajfeiicy. J
mile ami buck : six time.- a week to Paw
nee City. 41 miles, and three time a week
Leave Fall City daily, except Sunday. ;
al n a in ; 1
Arrive . -if Pawnc" City l.v 7 p m ; j
Leave Pa riiee City didly, except Sun- i
day, at li a m : j
Arrive at Falls City by 7 p in ;
Leave Pawnee City Tuesday, Thursday,
und Satur lav at (! am;
Arrive at Otoe Asency by 7pm:
Leave Otoe Airen. y Mon lay. Wedue- !
day. and Friday at 6 a in : !
Arrive at Pawnee City by 7 p m :
14117 From Falls City, by Ar.i-'o. to Cn.i; Sta
tion. iMo.,i 1") miles and buck, six tunes a
Leave Falid City daily, exci pt Sun Jay, '
ut a in : . . j
Arrive ft Craiir Stii'ion by 12 m :
Leave Craijr Station daily, except Sun- '
day. nt 1 p in :
Arrive ::t Fiills City Ly 7 p m : ;
Propos-ii toviininen-e service at Arapo. '
oiuittinjr Fall City, invited.
1441s From Pawnee City to Seneca, (Kan.,) 23 '
mile and hack, oti"c a weeK.
Leave Piiwnee Citv Monday at 9 a m :
.irive at Seneca by 4 p in :
Leave Seneca Tuesday at Sam;
Arrive at Pawn"c City iiy 4 p m.
I llll!) From Helena, by Ilend 'ick. to L-i'r'je,
IH miles a i I back: on-e a week.
Leave Helena We i:i"-oay at 7 a. .n;
Arrive at La t robe by li m:
Leave Latrobe Weilnesihi- at 2pm;
Arrive at Helena by 7 f ni :
Pniposnl to extend to Solon. 7 mile
i ;4120 From AsliJaud. by Ilea llimd. Cedar DluSs.
nd Renton. to Liawool. ri'J miles airl
buck, once a week.
1 Leave Ashland Friday at 0 a iu ;
j Arrive nt Linvtood at '.I p in :
I Leave Linwood Sarnr-luy at li a ui ;
Arrive nt Ashland by'.' p in.
i Proposals extend to Co! umbo. i
j mile further. invied.
j 14421 From Ashland, by Jleodl.in 1. Cedar Rlfr.
j Denton, ant Linwood. to Coiuin'wu.-. 7."
mile and back, once a wts k.
j Leave Ash laud Monday at 'i a :n :
Arrive t Colurn'm next day by ! p in;
Ieave Columbus Wcdn-'sday ut ii a m.
I Arrive at Ashland nexr day by (j p m.
: 1442 From A.-hIaul t O'limiba-, ijO mile- and
b.i-k. oin e a iVecK .
"'ive A-ltl ind Monl:ir at f a m :
A-r:ve-i 'oiuuibu ii -t i iv bv f. p m ;
Leave Cliin'-iiis Wc incs,-.- ai 6 a m ;
Arrive at Abland next, day by 6 p m.
T142." From Primrose, by Elkhorn City. Ih He
Creek, and Platte View, to Fontanelle, 27
ni'1'- and b o-k. twi -e a week.
Leave "ri:nrosc Monday and WcJncidav
, at 8 a tn ;
i irriTe at Fontanelle by r m ;
Leave Fontanclle Tuesday and Thur
day at h a in :
Arri e at I'rimrose by o p iu.
Proposal for three tiines-a-week ser
14424 From lie .Soto, by Rono. llomes-tecd. Ari
zona, and C'.-n'ral City, to Decatur, sj .
iniie and liack. oic-i-a week.
Leave ! S itn F.-iday at 7 n m :
Arrive t Decatur by 7 p n:
Leave Dcc.-iT-.i .-'-iturdiiy at 7am:
Anne at lc Si-.o by V p la. !
1112. From Dakota, by Jackson, Poneu. Ionia.
New Cn'tle, Saint ,l. iuc. Saint. Helena. (
i i a ii V, t . nl. and S.intce Aifcnc.v. to . iubra- j
ra. 12.1 iniles and ba k ; three tit.ie a week .
to Saint Helena. M miles, an 1 twice a ,
week the residue.
L'.'ave Dakota Tuesday, TI:it.duy, and
Sat unlay ut S.4"i a in : ;
Arrive at S.iinl Helena next day by 7 !
p in :
Derive Saint II-le:i:i Tucsilay, Thursday
and Saturday at "am:
Arrive at Dakota next days by 7pm:
Leave Saint lli'luia .Monday an 1 Xhut
day nt i u m :
Arrive at Niobrara next daybv 52 in :
Leave Nio'jr.ira Tuesday ami l'rid.i a
l p m :
i : ... . . . 1 1
..... ., .1 ...... 1... -
I.. II, . 1 ,i..., S l, ,
i,' .. .1.- ...i...., i , ... l. .
over who e route iiiv lied
1 l!l li-nui 1 lakota I'y. b Sa2 diihoo. local.
Cantoii. aiid Foi k 'ity. to Madison Court
House, 7o miles .-ni l back, once a week.
Lcave D.iko'a City .M ouday at ! a in :
Arrive at .Ma.lisou Court House Wedne-
day I yiip m:
Leaxe .Ma lison Court House T'uui's-l.ty
at 7 a m :
Arrive-at Dakota City Saturday hy r p m.
1 1127 Floni lo Witt to Risniarik. 1(1 mile and
back, once a w eek.
Leave De Wilt Wednesday at (I a III;
Arrive at liisuinrek by 12 in :
Leave Disinarek Wednesday at 1 p in ;
Arriv.- at De Witt by I p m.
1I42S From A'.' est Point, by Lakevicw. E'.uiun:,
Canton, ('liiitoii, and Pleasant H llll, to
Norfolk, bt iiiilesaii l back, one a week.
Leave West Point Thursday at Su m;
Arrive ai Norloik nexl day by 12 m ;
Leave Xori'nlk l''riday at 2 p m ;
Arriv e at West Point by l p m.
11423 From West Point to Dakota Cily. (ill mile
and b.i.-h. one-a wc k.
L -aveWi-sl Point Monday nt M a in :
Vrrive at Dakota City next day Py i pin:
Leave Dakida City Wednesday ut 7 n in;
Anive at West Point next day by") p tu.
141.S0 From West Point, by Tckamah and Ari.o
i;a. to Lii tie Sioux, I lo., i. (II miles and back,
once n ivi'k.
Leave West Point Monday at 7 a m ;
A rri ve at Li.' lie Sioii by li j m ;
Leave Little Sioux T'losdav .it 7 a in :
Arrive at West Point ny b p in.
lll'.l From West point, by o.iklaiil. to llc.-a-tur.
'' iu lb' an 1 back, twice a week.
l.-avc W'c.-l i'omt Tuesday and Fi id iy
nt s u m :
Arrive at Decatur by li p in ;
Leave Decatur Wednesday and Satur
day at S a m :
Arrive at We-t Point by it p m.
11412 From Koutuin lie. by Lotran. llab-ii'i. and
West Point, to De Witt...S :u i le and back ,
twice a week.
Leave Fontanelle Tuesday and Fri lay
at 7 a in ;
Arrive at ) Wit: by 7 p in;
Leave Dc Witt Thursday uu I Salurday
at 7 a in ;
Arrive at Fontanelle by 7 p m ;
llli) From Fremont, by .lahipa. l'cbldc Creek.
Oak Sfirinjfs and Saint Charles. ,n '.'esi
Point.ol inilcs and back, twice a week
Leave Fremont Tuesday and Saturdav
at S a ui ;
Arrive at We-t l'oint by fi p ni :
Leave Wot Point .Monday and Friday
at s a m :
Arrive nt I-'. cniont by ii p m.
Proposal to extend lo Disniank, 1 I
lUll From Fieiiionf. hy Eldred. Walker, and
Cercsco. to Lincoln, 4i miles and back,
three t inn-s a week.
Leave Fremont Monday, Wednesday,
an 1 Friday at ti a in ;
Arrive at Lincoln by , p m: I
Leave Lincoln Tuesday, Thursday, and !
. Saturday at li n ill : j
Arrive at Fremont by 7 p in.
111:15 From Klkhorn Station, ljy Foret Cily.
Salt Creek, nnd Ashland." to Lincoln. Nil
miles and back, once a week.
Leave Li L born Slalion Monday at liam;
Arrive at Lincoln by S p m ;
Leave Lincoln Tuesday at li n m :
Arrive at Klkhorn Station by M p m.
Proposal for tri-weekly. ulso for six-ttm's-u-week
144:ii) Fr:.m Lincoln, by Saltillo. Ccntreville. and
I laden, to Uca trice, 4. miles un I back, once
Lenve Lineoln Monday at 6 a in ;
Arriv a! Deatricc by 7 p in :
Leave Ilea trice Tuesday at li a in ;
Arrive at Lincoln by 7 p in.
Proposal lor thrce-tinies-a-weck ser
Illi7 From Lincoln to Columbii", mile
ba"k. once a week.
Leave Lincoln Wednesday it S a m :
Arrive at Columbus next day by ti p in ;
Leave Columbus Friday at s a in :
Arrive nt Lincoln next day by ti p in.
1I4.S From Lincoln, by South Pass. Laona. and
Tectimsch. to Piiw nce Cily, 7") miles and
hack, three time a week.
Leave Lincoln Tuesday. Thursday, and
Sat unlay - t 7 a in :
Arrive at Pawnee City next day ljy li
P in :
Leave Pawnee City Tues i iy. Thursday,
and Saturday t 7 a in :
Arrive at Lincoln next day by ii p m ;
Proposals to extend sei ice Icon paw
nee City, by Fries' Mill, to Albany, z't
mill's :'iii ;licr. invited.
1 11"' From Lin-ohi. by Tipton. Oak drove.
I local.) .-Hid Seward, to Cysse. 4." miles
and back, once a week.
leave Lincoln Friday nt ! a -tit -.
Arrive at I lysses by o p m :
Leave I lyssc, :itn!-d.iy at s a in :
Arrive at Lincoln by H ji m.
14141) From Lincoln, by Camden. West's Mill,
end Reaver Crossing, to M.-Fad icn'-. :;7
mile and back, oio-e n week.
Leave Lin -oin Monday ut 7 a m :
Arrive :l McFuddt i.'s by 7 P in :
Leave M--Faddc.iV Tiicday at 7 a in ;
Arrive at Lincoln by 7 p in.
141,1 J' r"" Leatrice. Iiy Dry I'rcck. Mejin Cily.
nn i nua.i j. lo i,i-ft.upjy, miles ami
ba; k. once a week .
.c.i. . iic.it i cc i e'liies'iav :it ua in
i I'-c cilue
Arrive nt Div Sandy by s p m :
Leave Liir ! ndy 1 burs:lay at h a in ;
Arrive a: i) iiti-ice by S p m.
1 If 12 From Real rice, by Caroline an '. Ccb i 'i eel;
li rairjiry, .,j in.lc ,m 1 i.k
Lea . e i:. a!ri-e Wc Incsday a .". a ::i ;
'rive at !''a!rbnry by li p in ;
Leave FairViry 'l iiurs lay a; ti a iu :
Arriveat iiea'.rice ,y ti p m.
1141'. Fioai Fast-bury, bv Antelope. J;.,
Creek. I miles mid ii.ick. on a we k.
Leave Fairbury 'I Ii u I iy nl :;.:m p m :
.Vrrive at Jto.-e Crn k by p m:
Leave It e Cr ck T!iur-i.i ,n '. a iu ;
Arrive a Fairbnry by 1 in.
1HH From Sw." n Citv. bv Plcisant Hill. C-
b'ii. and Dlue I laud, lo M ill old. iiS loiic-i
iiinl Da- k, oio-e ii week.
Leave Swan City Monday a" 0 a in
Arrive a? Milford by 7 p in :
Leave M iil .rd Tuesday at b !. m ;
. Arrive iii Swan City by 7 n m.
14M5 Froiii Colimibu. bv Monroe. Inllimi JJ
mil.- , I,ai k. three lime a week. '
L'-ave Col ii mint Monlav
, a'.i-l r ri .ay itt - p m :
; Arrive at lien a by 7 im:
; Ivave ;-iioa Tuesday, fiiursdii
l. id !
I ."sj u.'lay at i p in :
Arrive ai Columbus by 6 p m.
lllii) From Coloni'm to Madison. ioeul,) 10
j miles and back, once a wc k.
Leave Coluiubuy i'ues. lay at ti a m ;
Arrive at M idi-.oi i y p I;l :
Leave Ma-li-.u Wednesday a' C a m ;
Arrive ai Coiaiuous ny h p m.
14-t47 Frm (ailembii to Cauiden. iJO mile and
! Im k, oni-e a week.
Leave Cdr. uibm Monday at A a ni :
Arrive at Camden nexi day by j p m r
La i.ve ('.linden Wednesday atS a. in ; '
j rrive at Columbus next day by ti p m.
I 14l!s From I'.ipnFion. by Piatte Ford ;i r,d Sou-h
j Ilend. to E. D.illV, m Srevenson's Creek
tlo'-al.) 311 milcK and hack, once ; we-k.
I Leave Pappilion Wediiisd.-iV at Sam;
I Arrive i:t K. Rail's by !j p m ;
Leave E. D ili' Tiitirsdny at 8 a m ;
I An i.ve a! P.i.ppi!iou by ii p m.
j lfti'J 1 rom M- ralden to Fort Kearney,
Ui ..-saui i-.l.'r.. nni'C it wei-x.
Leave M-Fad I en" M.id:ty ::! On m ;
Arrive .it Fort Kearney imi ..:v l.v 7
L'-ave For !-nn;c- We ln"day t .'. . t:i:
Arrive at Mcl'.i ldi :i's n".xt i.-y by 7 ;,ni.
14tV i'rwni Susan City, by Ric?viII.-. to Wells'
i ililis. tn :1c and b.o k. oi.ee a v. ci k.
, ij..! loi-v -tate distiiii.-c and propose
I s. ht lule of departure and arrival.
tSTRUCTiO?.S TO BIDDERS AND POST
...... , .... . . .
Lon'niHiaii n'rn roa.it ,t,n to h nrr,rptmlrte in
'"uti'if to th : ttctritt th lup t.lMt-at tuny
1. Seven minntr an; allowed to rat h irtenne
diate otii.e. when not otherwise spc.-ilied : for
H.r! ilor the inaii: bul on ratiro io :;wi steam
boat roure there is to be no more d,ii:v ihan ii
nuiHcijeiit for an exc h:itit?e of th mail i on h'.
2. "n railroml an I sieaoioo.it lino, und other
Hifitr-' where ;ha m ot cn ve. n n -e a iii.iis of
it. t.iesp- -i-.il aeen: 'f ihe P.s (i.. Dep-lrt-nifc.t.
a's- psi ifu e blunk. mail ban. lock
i-nd kejs, arc to be onvcyud wi:ini: . x;r:i
A. On tail road and sttiimho'it Iii- the route
i"reiil-o! the Dcpar'men'. iilso the Drifi.-Ji (in!
Cailiida mails, wheu ofTcre I, tlie agents
acci.n. i"'"i ins th iu. i-.re to be c.mtycd wii.i
' out eliarae: and loi ihc use til the I lilted Mare
asce-s a eo:i-.iiioilioii ear. or part ot a ear, prop
el .;. I'fchte I. wai leeil. and lurnb-hed. und miupt -'
ed to toe convi ment n-pai li Il ami due ceiu il v
1 of the mails, i to be provided I I he couii a ur.
under Hie diter. ion ot tin- Deparlineiit.
ll.Lioi.ad and si-i.iiiboai ciniipatiu arercqa.i -1
eit to take I be oiii! I nun. i.nd ociivi I it ililo. ll.e
' post olti at the b'k'ii:iiiiiK and end id tlui.
. routis, und to and Irom nil ollicc not more Ih. n
eighty tons t.oiu a .station or l.ilidiux. l'n
sals ma be submitted I ' the i oinpaiin lor tin
! performance of at' olbirnide serv.ee I hut is. i..r
olln-e o r cii-hly rods lrln a t a I loll i r la lion .
There will lie "way lull picpareil oy ji
inasler. or oilier uirciil of the Depui uciui.t, to
aei oinpauy il.cu. nl .nvi ed on i .uiroad- nd
s!eaiiicr, specif : i,p the i.iiii: b r r nd ilest inn l i. n
ot the scvci::! ba,;s. On other pi.ii.-iul ion..-,
likewise, iicei ts will I e n inind i:.l ay i-i 1 '
lorwiir-ied ; the la. ter lo be xainir.i I 1 tl
era! postmaster, to insure na!i:l.'i i' in I he d -
livery oi mail.
4. No pay will be made for trip, not pclfi rn
ed : and for cm h of siu-h omissi'in. i.ot smisl.-i.'-
' torily i x pin incd. t hi ce t inn thepa.v oltheli.:'
I will be dedu. tel. For arrivals s,i I.i r In 1. 1 . - i
i time a to break onnccl bui w::h depend l. :
in. tils, and not suiheiei.lly excused, one tonil!
; ot the oimpeiisat lou tor the I rip i sul jei t ! t I
1- or repeal e I Ieliiiiuem-i" I lie k no I
I herein MK-eltiC'l. el ili fc-eil peniilto. pl'oi
t loncd to t lie n i: ure tlu i i-of, and tin- i:npi i t.n cc
, o. 1'or ha mi: bell ir.d or throiv iiir o:J I !i' - i,':m
, 11V ,,,,, j j,,,, ,, t i. ,r tbe m!nu. ol p.i -
, M.iiti'Vy. ur !:ir bema t oie erncd lit ttius up r
! rutinim; an cxpies eonvej irjr iiilelliKcm in n .-
' vmuc of the mail, a ji'iiilcrV paviiiHV b- ,1V
,;. Fine will be iiupo ed, unless the ilelin-
. oucucy be prompt ly al. I a! iidacloi il t :.biiio d
,v j-., .( tiieatcs ot po.t nn:s: i r or the tic In il ot
other credible imtoih. loi- failing to aiiie in
eouir.'.et liiue:or mtb el iinf to L.ke t i:e u a il
I from, or i el I cr it n;fo, a ml ollice : tor-i:a i
j imr it to be wet . iiijiired. dc.-ri ov e I, i obiieil, i.i
I lost; and lor r-i'a-ii: i.-. t, !t r di onu I. loeoiivcv
i the mad a I're'i'ai'iil iy a I he cout ra.-ltir r litis. - t
' is co:;c.-! -vd in riiniiiri. a i-o.it-li, c..r. or sicuo -j
boat on a r.uitc.
7. The Poimas;ei d.'iier.il nic i niiiil tin
: contract for I epeale I fn iluri s 'o run a -' ecal l i ,
: contract; lor v :el it m: Ih' po-l olli -, l.iw., - i
' disobi intr the ii:-t i i i'! io i ol i he De pn . t im-.i i :
I lor reliiiiiK to di biil'.'o a eari i i - in n l euuu . I
by the Di p irtiucnl lo do o ; l-o-1 ..iii.in.- no
press a atorc-aid : or lor t ran-poi I n ir pi i'
or paekiotes eon v .-J i !.T III li'.a "'.c i.i.il .n oui I
j the mail.
S. The Post ma -ter I e. nr. il pi.iy old r an i i
-rcae of service on a route by a I low i .i t lo i
a .. i o'o increase on t be coin r.u-i iy, lli-ii
chance se lied u.e ol d pai nt i c .t mi a i i i . a o. : i
' cases, and pa' ! icula' :y to mak I In ni cool, i i
1 connect ious w i' b i .li.iotol ., ivitboiii i.iiica-'
' pay, provided the ni uu ii't-' 1 i'u " be no ! ic . .
The i'ot m i -1 1 r deneral may nis i di- . mn in i, .
' or cir tail the service, in w h ',.' i i in p"i I. in
d"-r lo pla -e on the route ,-opi i im- sei v i:.'.
!i encver t 'o' il Id ic in o i - ' - . in li - ju no i
shall rci u ire such licon: inii.iii i i m-t.i il .m i.i
lor any oi loT c:i a e he a I iov, i:i' a lull i.i't. i..
li 1 1 y to i-on: ra tor on' nion t b - evi -a i ; oi. i'-.-
. Ulliollllt ll CI l II I- ll.-pelse I W!lh. illl'l i. '
' fttit eoliipensal ion ir I b- alllotl I.! oi -Ci V e . r.
j ta l ncd a nd con! i titled.
!'. Payiilcnls ili be iiial' b clb'el im. fi .n
' or draft on. post mas :er. or otliei n i-c. ali'r : I
cNpiralion t each ii:ulcr say in N ii -non ;
February. May. and Aujrust.
lo. The (listalici a. o Kiveli lice-.id i iti t tb
be-- i n Im i, in' ion : but i:o ini-n n-i I pj iii
n lb i wed should I hey be irreutor t ha i il I'. t s I
il tbe points In be sapplie I are cu'i ct-ti .-lai.-l
! Ilittilt r hitlxt ii'frrttt th ittHt-Irr tut thtt ini'ti. ate'
til-o iu rclci cnce in the wcijrbt o! I lie uiail lie
: condition of roads, hills, siiciiiii, Ac., and an
toll In id;'cs. tellies, or ohstl net nui- o :::. bncl
1 by which expense may be iie il ri 1. N -l.i:ii'
' for ad i ii ioniil pa v , based on such vi ou nd. a o
, be considered ; nor lor alleged mistakes or m. -
nppri licusioii a to th- di'iri cc ol , i ; nor i"
! bridicc destroy i"l. IV-i-rie disco ni inuc I. or ol In-;
' ob.-i i net ions in rca; itn; disi in, e m expense, o
i eurrin duiini lh! eonlrai't term, llllic e-tci.
lislicd nfici- this iidvcri i.si'iiiciit. is i.su d. an .
1 also diiriii the contract lerm. io e to Im v isn . I
I wilhoiit exliii pny, il the distaiiee iwtn-l in
j 11. Didders are cautioned to mail their prop -
Sills iu li'.ne to reach the Dcpa i t!ucn! by ihc .1
' nn.. hour named, id p. in., M a n p lS7n. ' f. r
! bil received alter thai tunc ' not Ii ro i.i
iri'l iii com pet it ion wdih u iil of rciisonu iic
I litmiiiiif n.ei.ii'i.il in tim Xi.i.lli ri'un l.i.ls in.
eonsidereil whi-li arc without tne irua r. oi cc
rc"iiiicd by law and a certificate ol th..- smltcji n .
ey of su -li tiiiii ante".
12. Didder slniu! I first proinis- fir s-r. i-o
Ptriclly a-.tordiii to the al vei I js nn -nl . imi
then, if they desire, .poi- ', fi r ibll n n' r
vice: mid ii tiie rrirul -ir bid both- lowest ntfi v o
fir tlie nilvertiscd si rvice, the tb r pi opi i
lions may be i-onsidi-r"!.
11. '1 here should I;1 but ono route bid for in a
proposal. Consolidated or i iini nai icn --
( "proposi nif one uin lor two or i tori- rou It's' '
are Im bidden by law, mid eautiot ie i oil- :dert !
II. The rou: e. t he set v li--. I In-vein iy pay. ',.
Ii'im' and residence of !ic o I b r. : t hdi . !i
nual post office address. 1 t:nd the nano- t -. i b
nn. nib:- ot a liiui. wber..- u coiup.tay tlei,-.
Ii'inld be ilistitici ly -I tii 'l.
"i. Diddi'rs are l'ciii.s;cti use, a fa r a ion"
ticabb-, tin' printcil pio;iorals Iuiim li d b i'.
I carl iio iit, to write I in full t b" stun ni t ;,,
bid. :i it 1 1 o retain copies of I In in.
Altered bids should to t In- mi -. t r i il ted ; t r
shouhl liids once submitte I be v. t;h'ii.i o. N
w il inli-ii w a ot a bidi!-r or Kua rat! : oi- c. i I l" . ' -lowed
unless the withdrawal i d -t". ,n '. i-
c'i ed bclore the I:i.-; day lor rcceiiu,
Each bid iiiut be piiariinti-e I by two lespm,
Siblc persons. The bid and K'.iarnioce si,io,i I l e
, plainly w i:h the f ull name ul t'.e-'i p :'
The Dejia rt in nt reserve? the rilit 1 . r i i i
any bill which may be dei ui'-d i'tli.n,iii'il. al I
a Iso to disri-a ; d t be bid a of tatitni eotit i;n-l -, s
and bid b.is. iAi-tof.liily2.ls.il.,. lion. I.
hi. 'I'll.' bid should be sealed, si. pel " l l'---l
" .Mail Pi-oposnJs, Mute i,f Neli.-.i.-'.ii." aibi --c t
" Set-on 1 AMsliiiit l'o'iii.i(i-r l-fi ral, ten
Ira-: Oliice. "and sen, by ino', i,o! hy oi to i-n
iii:n! : iiinl po: mi ; ct, w ill noi in. .!- proposi!.-
or 1 tiers ! a ny i.iu 1; in lli' ir nai li i i i -ti.rtis.
1". Tlie I'oii! ra "t are to be cec-iit-d niel l "
III! ncd (o the llisfiarl un hi by or beior1 tho 1-'
.; .hi' ti. I y!i : butt be xi'i ri i.i it -1 be In'ti.i
on ! im t day, ot on ;bc mail d i next nlli r li.
v fi-i b-r the emit i in ts be -x n ed or i ot.
'l'liin-fcr- of eonti :i ts, or ol intci es: in contracts,
are forbidden by law. nnd con si iiciit iy cameo
be allowed. Dili is will 1 h n no c take inoiii
that they will be expected to eti,, in ibe.-en i
a-ci'pted to th in through the whole D.-un ol lt.
1. P-sf innsfcr at .Hi.-'s .-n r i;i-tir rai'r-:. i- .
but more than eighty rod from u siniion, i!:.
i to nt ei I lately a fur I h- X'i b t iiai h nt x t, r po .
th-ir l-xat-l distance fl.ntl tbe lie..rsl stafiou. t
enable tb' Posiina-ter lin r.i I iduei l a pu.:
tu-seiici r supply f. iiu lb- 1st !'.Ju: n.-.I.
I'J. Section eilitec-n fiin a-: of .oii,'.ri-s up
prove 1 M n i-h :;. 1 .... c ivi I .- t lt.it co! i , - p.
t he lr.ii;-.airt..t i.ii d the Hiail stall b 1-, "it.
ev'i c: c. t i i lie Ihw-t loldc f -nd t . o, -':'t
cic, it t-tta nt in f ,r la ii l.:'i!l p r Hi to. ii'. w i I,
out oi her I i-c!ic- to thcuiol" ot -licit .runs-I-ort
it itiii i h-i n may be ne ar to p- e
t:n- iltic .-!: :ty. e-r'4ii:r. an I -.- :ri . -wi
-a.i-pona.ioii." l i.dci t Iii la w b d tbaipn
, i-i' In ten joitth- loads ut'li "..,, ,, ,,.
t't I il' 1 , ft it, I MfHrit,'' horiuil lulu Iti-ftri ti. t .
tilt fm 'if Ititil fi,,it nif fount i-i't if 'I - I'l'ot id. i,u I a.
t1,' t,i. ,rt- mutt, !lo ri ''.-.-', it, ni ,. i rt i mo
I'f.l,r-..i,'tfi,t tOfu-fyiiit'fH fi'rmtit, to instil .'.
" 't .-itii, fri-iit i lit ii, ,t,i. t m-i'trttii," nuj i-,r ii.
i -' urt: it: I r tlU olUi , n, a.. id ..; .,: h. rs .i l c ....
: i I ied.
2i . A mo liticHt ion of a lM in a py of i i.ii.,;
I'-rms is laiitauciiiiit to a i.ew Ih,. ali i -.,t t . .
ii i '-tvt-1. o is lo u.tt-r: .rv Viiih r--iila. .-..-(.p.
lilio't. .Makno' a new !;jl. wuh c n. . i. r ;.i :
i f ifie-iie, it the only ; to UKidi.y i. i.., -t,;
Jt. l'o uu.:. rs ai'. to he c;ir-liil u ,; (. . i i
i!i--uu- -.en y ol en-tr.tiitots. r .tn-:i . ii.b
"ui k,v '.V'.'1.' 1 !''" ' pe.ji.s
reooi' dry : -It r- ..' .,
I'l fC'tli-l- : t
ri - ' rti ' t , i.t, , .,
jo'.i-.' r it ti rtijJul,.' ol IU, ir oo' ":
''- f'll' tin III tr, , -i, ., ,i i rol ! I..i-
l -s. itit -jvriTor-. wnd .-ur' is ui'c ..! ii,--i- i.mi
b"l 'hat ou a laihiri: ! ciit'-i i:t; ,,; ,,,u
I in', viiiinrij i'l iov iii :-r . 1' K .riii--.'l ;ir - ,t
t he iici'ct t ci bids. L ii'U' l-i-i!
iUf lf.evs w ill
et!f'n d ii)i:i!n,t them.
22. P-escut cintia. for-, ain' so,, J-.,wl,
the Department, i.:-.t. niiiuav w ti ..(.-,-. p(- . '
cure irn a ran tors and eert;l'mte t loir "ntd.i -;
cieiicy iibsiaii ial! in tt.e i tiii :.bov, pi r-cri -
1 ed. The eirtiti'-ate of ttS .iM,(, y nilJs h-oi-fii.-1
I by n p'-:uiif.-i'. or by a iu Ir-: ot a cour. ol ir
i swr!. .NatithTmll ! n iriit'o-l
! -IN". A. J. ( i.ES.VF.LL.
! 'it'll ,Oit,;r tr' in,
:rt. 2i Judicial li; i,l.. Vi,.
uiti ior i it-s i i i ii : v a iit-K.i.
' Thom.1- i li-i;-.-ijii.
i v. i
' T. .1. Jon , ji.iv: 1 .j.:'l;,,r,v ,'
j Wry and Uacmrnt E. Jt;orey. j
Vou iMf hi y uoiiiieo iba 1 . .
Iiifiin-ilrii ;i.'t; iu tne D " ri-; Co .i i wi . u i;
an 1 (- the net ii y of I '.,.- ,u.,j ,s,., ', ebt-,s.
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onic- ami oc. ice that cer'at. u.-Jc i ir: my
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take or w inn, :-, -c . -. ,Jix the pari -- .1
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to W.J. Hyatt, nil. i I.y-i .i. In it; Wr v
a certain coi!Teii;i.-e .r s( j L,,, ... i; i, ,i
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writnessei us L require I by i., -. i..v i,m ,-u. r:
a 1 the cloud ret" iir poti n: v title i.y re..-ot. i'
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an I "aid title tf p-rf- -i.-d I.y a ib erce .( t.
Court, and thai a cloud resting unon lev lit'.- i v
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li. nii'i:r viki i.y virrue ot j.n Kont i .t
itpon a cerUM.iU'.a,, .-b-aiaed by ui.e J-'in
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appear srni i . ail. nn.tr. t drmtir to id mil
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