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l't binary -, 1870. J
Wc jtrrived here Wednesday t rcninij
niter a plea-ant ri.lo ors the railroad to
Lui-viKe.- Suitiufi, oil the 1. & M. in Ne
braska, :m la not very pleasant ride from
that point to Lincoln ci the Western
Su.l'C Co.'s Coaches. Nat 1'rown and
Mr. Tra-y, thcni.il agent and local a.eent
cf the Western, elid all in their power to
iiinLe ali hands comfortable, but the crowd
of j'u.-si ngerson this popular route, and a
cud h n chance in the weather oix-rated
somewhat against the pleasure of the trip
supposing tha such athim; as pleasure
ever w.n known to-be extracted from a
tage ride of thirty or forty miles.
'l'h1 twn house 1 of the Legislature met
at 2 p. m. yesterday, 17th, and proceeded
immediately to business. Only one
member of th" Senate as absent Hon
N. S. Porter, of Dacota and he arrived
here this evening
members of the II01-0 were absent, but
r.earlv all are in now. As soon as the two
noti-ch were orgamzcu. incy met in joint ,
. , . . . I
ronveniion to hear the Governor's Mes
sage, (which I supposed I had sent to
- . 1 .1 i ... 1
I'la'-tsmouth by a special messenger, itn
incdiatc'y upon itsde'ivery, but since learn
that from some cause unknown to me
the messenger went to Nebraska City
instead of going to I'lattsmouth. ) The
message contains otic remarkable feature
which is beinj severely criticised by a
large number of the members and others
here. I refer to that portion
which advocates the free trade
doctrine. The general feeling id that the
expression of such sentiments is at least
premature, and the Republicans, unani
mously, so far as I have conversed with
them, think that the Governor should
have followed nearer after Mr. Lincoln'i
idea when he said he always waited until
he came to Fox River before he crossed
As soon as the message was delivered
and the joint convention dissolved, Mr.
Frost, of Ioug!a.. introduced in the
Senate a joint resolution ratifying the
Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitu
tion of the Unite J States, which was
immediately put through under a sus
pension of the rules to a third reading,
and passed 'with only one dissentinu
voice that of lion. Guy C. Baruum.
Democratic member from Columbus.
The bill was iuimediatcl sent to the
House where it passed with only four
dissenting voice"", and in less thai one
hour from the time of its first introdue
lioti by Mr. Frost, it had become a law.
This ends the long and earnest fight
over the question of whether a black
.kin was jn-t reason why a person should
u.t be entitled to the common privileges
of manhood. Nebraska was the twenty
eighth State to ratify, and consequently
the resolution was adopted here it was
. r liji'Jv a nart of the Constitution. All i
- was quiet when the bill passed, and al-.th-jugh
many present felt like shouting
hosannas, not an exclamation was ut
tered. Col. Taylor, President of the
Senate, presented the pen with which lie
s 'fixed his signature to the resolution, to
lion. Guy C. Ihirnum, the Democratic
member from Columbus. I doubt not
lhirnum will prize it highly.
No bill of special importance to the!
le of Cass have yet been introduced
except on introdueed by Hon. Geo. S.
Seybolt, to repeal the sn cnUel herd law,
which will in all probability pass the
Houe tomorrow. It will undoubtedly
pu-s the Senate very ?o-n after it is
A bill to provide for the "care and
cu.to ly of State prisoners.' is being pre
pared by som2 of tlu C iw e'.elegation,
which will probably be introduced in the
Hou-e to-morrow. It provides for the
erection of a suitable building (generally
known as a penitentiary) to be built
from funis arising from sale of unsold
ot in Lincoln an 1 lan Is donated for a
penitentiary, said lots and lan Is to be
told and the procee li invested by three
inspectors who arc to be chosen by the
Legislature. I believe the bill a good
one, and hope it may pass, although it is
ban! to tell wh it will be its fate, as seve
ral bills for the "erection of a Peniten
tiary" are being prepared I will try
and keep you advised of our doings.
February 21. Is70. j
Nothing of particular interest has
transpired in the way of legislation since
my last. Mr. Seybolt s bill declaring the
so called herd law of no effect, passejd
the Senate la-t Saturday, by a vote of Tt
to 7. Mr. Athlon, of Otoe, introduced
into the Senate, last Saturday, a bill for
the erection of a penitentiary, which was
read tiist and second times and ordered
printed. It provides for five eonimis-
sioners to superintend the sale ot Ianos t
and lots aud the erection 01 the build-
ing. Mr. Seyljolt did not get his bill
ready for Saturday, bu will introduce it
to-day. It provides iW the trovernuient
of tho Penitentiary, as well as for its
The people of this city are fa-t being
convinced that the B. & 31. road is the
one for them to "tie to." Mr. Bennett,
of the Midland Company, was here last
week, and now asks the people of this
county to give his company another $50,
OoO in bond, and to extend the time for
tiie completion of the road to this placo
' to OctoUr next. The indications are
that Mr. Bennett's ten moderate re
ceiot will not le keceded toi The
Statesman newspaper ha taken grounds
g.i;nst it. In the eret that they re-
fu e, Mr. Bennett threatens to strike off
1 tuntlirt-ejto:iy d:reoiic7n, buX..jdoes iut
say whether or nut he will t;i'L Villi hi'u
the road-bed already constructed to Lin
coln. Li iien hi has improve 1 greatly during
the past year, and will go ahead rapidly
a3 soon as spring opens. Not only Lin
coln, but tho entire unlry surrounding
has grow rapidly. The country is set
tling up v.ith farmers of considerable
means, and will soon be one of the
wealthiest agricultural regions of the
.State. As oon as the B. &, M Com
pany pet theii road completed to this
city which will likely be as soon as the
first of May giving the people here a
j quick connection with the outside world,
arid the outside world a chance to get
here, the ru h of trade and immigration
will Le beyond all precedent in Nebraska.
Thero have been a number of first
clas buildings put up here- since last
winter, among them the palatial resi
dences of Gov. Butler, Secretary Ken
nardand Auditor Gillespie. The founda
tions of the Insane Asylum, the ;
State University and Agricultural Col- I
leg have been completed, and work on j
tll(, -lln4,PstP111.tllr- mill1,1,iml Mr
Silver, the contractor of the State Uni-
versity has shown us the plans of that
building, which look very nice. Wc
have not visited the buildings yet on ac
count of the cold weather, shall try and
do so during the present week. I am
inclined to think we shall be able to finish
our labors here this week.
Senator Hamilton, of Maryland, intro
duced a resolution which passed, asking
the President to furnish information con
cerning the fight between Col. Baker
and the Blackfeet lately reported ask
ing also for all orders leading to that af
fair. There is not a paper in all the west
which doea not indorse Col. Baker's ac
tion, but we fear that this resolution
looks to another Chivington affair. We
wish eome of the National Legislators
would make "Maryland" the intended
reservation for these pets of puling phi
lanthropy, no that some of the nilk and
water easternite could enjoy the full
benefits of fraternizing with the Lo
family. Why are no investigations had
of the brutal murder of Mr. Buck and
Lis party of eleven men, last summer, by
these blood thirsty savages? O, no!
they wert only white men in othar
words national legislation strains its com
passionate bowels over Indian wrong?
but has no apparent sympathy for the
whites who are massacred by these vaga
bond Indians. How long shall the citi
zens of the frontier be cursed by such
Wednesday morning last, about 10
o'c oe-k. abvicc and frrwious dog, owner
unknown, savagely Httacke.l and severely
! 1 . -1 . . .r
Oil a llllicgiri, iwoj ears ui ait", wii.in 11 1 -i
of a German wheelwright of this city.
The flesh of the ioor child was feai fully
lacerafed and Dr. Lar.-h wits called in to
dresfi the wounds of the. little suilenjr.
These were found to be 12 or !;" in num
ber and the child now lies in a critical
condition The dog, wc understand, was
killed last evening. In the city the
number of worthless, mangy, half-starved
curs is legion. They make night hide
ous with' their yeils. and by their num
bers and the annoyance thy cause, and,
asm thealioveca.se. the fearful injury in
flicted, call for a wholesale slaughter f
tliei worthless canines, who by their
rapid increa-e and xstiieTOUs habits are
gaining for Nebraska City the soubriquet !
of the "Constantinople of America.
Horrible Munlfr of m SirRro Boy la
The Norfblk .Jur,til is in receipt of
the intelligence of a most revolting and
dialolic.il outrage commitcd a few days
ago on Wool's farm, near Hickory
Ground. Norfolk county, by a negro
family named Seguine. The facts are :
The family sent a negro loy in their em
ploy to a "grocery store in the neighbor
hdod for a dollar's worth of pork, giving
him a ten Jollar note to obtain the same.
The lioy returned with the ork, but was
minus the nine dolurs change, he stating
that he lost it on the road while coming
home. Enraged, and lielcving the boy
had stolen the surplus money, Seguine
pounced upon him with a horsewhip and
beat him until he crushed the collar bone
of the offending youth, and liad given
hini an unmerciful thrashing. Next
morning the boy avowed his intention to
have Seguine arre-rte l, and started for
the nearest magistrate.
Fearing the result, three or four of the
Seguine family started in pursuit of the
boy, and overtaking him on the road,
they took him bodily into 'the nearest
piece of woods, and having first cut out
his tongue by the roots, they then put rn
end to his horiblc suffering by cutting
his throat from car to car. The fiends
then hid the body in a clump of bushe,
and went quietly home.
As "murder will out," other neg:oe
residing in tbe neighliorhood got wind of
the affair, and start ed out to hunt the body
of the boy. They soon found it, and on
yesterday notified Deputy Sheriff Ste
phaus, who, summonsing a jury of in
quest, proeveded to the place indicated
and held an inquisition.
We learn thnt those of ths Seguiuo
family implicated have fled, but we are
unable to gain further particulars until
r,turn of Sheriff Stepha as to-mot
Un mUsInf nine was found in the yard
aljout ten yards from the house in which
the Seguine family resided.
Eternity has no gray hairs. The flow-
r...i.. !, Vi..-irt withers, man grows
old And dies, but time writes no wrinkles
oiieternuv, f.temuy. u, 'l'1" !
thought! Earth has its beauties, but ;
time shrouds them for their grave; its
T " . t . .1 -.lie '
palaces they are but the gilded sepuJ- .
chrc; its pleasures, they are oursung
bubbles," Not so in the untried bourne, j
I:, the dwelling of the Almighty,. can
come uo footsteps of decay.
An Archbishop has been sent to Paris
to laarn- the opimou ot NaMieon, on tho
'neis-onal infallibility. It
U said the Holy Father considers tho
V fc . w -
i emperor 1- opinio.. v, .
ty ...n.An rW ni AniOttt
ynJ insurance on tha Great ar-tern
Ratification of the Fifteenth
Oi-fonicatlott of the Honsus Heading;
of tbe Uoveruors Hmmkc
Special to thel'l&ttsmouth TIesaid
Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 17, 1870.
The Legislature of Nebraska has just
ratified the Fifteenth Constitutional
Amendment: The vote in the Senate
was: yeas, eleven; nays, one Mr. Bar
num. In the House the vote was: yeas,
29: nays, 4. Head 1st, 2d, an ! 3d times
signed and all this p ni. This closes the
State. counting either Ohio or New
York. Will send copy of concurrent
resolution ratifying Amendment, by
mail to-morrow (Friday). The Governors
message was read and both Houses fully
organized previous to action on the
Amendment. Inclosed find message
read to-day. H. 1). Hatha wav.
The I.UrIay Nlnnrn.
From the Chicaico Republican.
That isa strange spectacle, unique and
anomulous the women of Utah meeting
in grand convocation, haranguing against
the Cullum bill, and singing the glories
of polygamy. It is even paid that Brig
ham is organizing a corps of women lec
turers to canvass the States, county by
county, for the institution! Yet, on
closer view, this self degrading champion
ship elocs not appear so unnatural, or
the sincerity of the women impossible.
- In the original Morman Bible, which
was delivered unto Joseph Smith at Man
chester, folygaiuy was repeatedly and
specially forbidden; as, for example:
Behold David and Solomon truly had
several wives and ioucubines, which thing
was abominable before me, saith the
Lord. Therefore nvy bretheren, hear
me, and barken to the word of the Lord :
there shall not any man among you have
save it be one wife: and concubines he
shall have none; for I the Lord, delight
inthe chastity of women.', But ten
years afterwards, Joseph, finding himself
in posession of several concubines, pro
cured a revelation authorizing polygamy.
This was cordially accepted by all, Riid is
said to have completely removed the
jealousy of the first wife.
Under this 'revelation,' women are
held in servile subjection to men, and
single women are taught that, if they die
without husbands, they ean never rise,
in the next world, above the "rank of
ministering servants to the more worthy.
The Mormons hold all women in great
contempt: they are to be taken to heaven
through the intercession of their lords;
and they are regarded as existing on
earth for the sole tun pose of increasing
the population. These women have been
educated under a theocracy to believe
themselves created for the glory of men;
and this is why they seem to accept, in
good faith, the plurality wile require
ment as their dutiful saerifie.?.
It is a rule of the Mormon Church
that no man eau increase the number of
his wives without the consent of all the
present partners; but the-e are taught
that unselfishness toward their husband
is the highest proof of personal piety,
and that a high po-iiio;i in the next
world will be the prize of alacrity in wcl
e'oining mi additional "sister" in this.
A fractional wife, being asked by her el
der to consent that her husband should
seal unto himself another Sarah, replies :
"Yes ; no cross, no crown !"
Religious fanatici m is the key to the
apparent acquiescence of the Mormon
wives. Their "yes" is regarded by them
as a triumph of duty over their instincts
and all worldly considerations. So they
consent, and cou-cnt, and defv the "Gen
tiles." The fact that every Mormon has
as many frontdoors as he has wives sug
gests th . possibility that harmony be
tween the wives Ls not he constant con
dition : and there arc doubtless few
fractional wivs who do not regret that
Joseph Smith ever asked of the Mor
mon deity that question which was an
sweted in the afiirmatrte.
Love, which Burton calls "the choice
egotism of the heart," is slain by the
Mormon women in the name of religion,
as remorselessly as Hindoo mothers used
to drown their first lorn. Divorce is al
most absolutely unknown in "Deseret."
Adultery is punishable with twenty years'
imprisonment. AH enalties for offenses
against chastity, morality and decency
are exceptionally severe. It is a law of
the Mormons that "the man who seduces
his ncighlors wife must die, and her
nearest relative must kill him." No
adulter' is allowed in Utah, except that
which is legalized.
Moruirmi-m is fanaticism ; and tlx
women of Utah are as infatuated in its
behalf as the women of the South were
in defense of slavery. No matter; their
remonstrances, though never so sincere,
will not avail. Their peculiar institution
has lived surrounded by Indian tribes
and defended by mountain fastnesses;
but it will be overrun by ariuios of set
tlers;' drownes in the g-.vat wave of Eu
ropean emigration that is rolling across
the States and inundating': all our mid
land plains. Nothingcansayc polygamy
unless it be the adoption of some
policy that seems like persecution. The
whistle of the locomotive foretells it.s
doom; the cmia-rant's waeon and the
pioneer's axe will peacefully bring it to
Mrltlng (lie Oirrncjr PUtM.
' There arc now in the vaults of . the
Treasury Departniunt thirty-four boxes
of canceled steel plates and other mate- '
rials heretofore used by the American,
National and Continental Bank Note
Companies in the printing of Govern-j
ment stamps, moneys and bends. J he
Seerotary has requested Senator Thayer
to act as Chairman of a Committee to
examine the contents of thc boxes, -and
compare them with the schedule fiTthosc
furnished by the bureaus of Engraving
and Printing, and the Internal Revenue.
They arc to be taken to the Navy Yard,
and there inched in a blast furnace. The
Committee will becomiwsed of the fol-
Win'r rntlfmY IlnJtrl States Sen:!
. " . m . . WW , .
tor Thaver. lion. G. A. llasler, ot J?iew
jtr:.Cy; II .Hammond, of the Secretary's
orace: y. p. Sherman, of the Internal
eveniie office; L: D. Moore, of the i
Register's efhee: Southwick Ounthre.of
th-i Treasurer's office, and A. S. Pratt.
y y Tones.
Mr. Geo. Chns, -living on the south
side of Platte river, opposite Valley sta-
t t.ion. met with a severe accident last
Friday night. He was attemting to cross
the river on thu ice, when one of the
fore-whe As of hi waon broke through
the 8 ioek win so great as to throw .Mr. j
Chris hovuy on the ic- and 1 lo ml np
h s b wider. Prs C
1 rs Lrabbs & 1 -ir rcn- :
Mmi lay, h. L'lst, I70.
Mr. Oere prcrted tho petition of F.
W. .Meier and many "other citizens of
Lancaster Caunty, praying that in case
the legislature trganize a State Board
of Immigration, at least one-third of
such Board be appointed from the Ger
man population. Referred to Committee
Mr. Stevenson ef Judiciary Commit
tee, reported back S. R. .0, to amend
Sec. C of an act to punish offenders
against Chastity, Morality and Decency,
recommending that it pass.
On motion of Mr. Hathaway the Sen
ate went into Committee of the Whole to
consider this bill. Committee rose and
reported back the bill, recomntpndingits
passage. On motion of Mr. Frost the
rules were suspended and the bill passed.
Bills on first reading.
H. 7 to corre-ct a clerical error of See.
1 of an act entitled an act to amend
Sec. 531, title 14 of the code of civil
Rules suspended, bill read second
time by title, and referred to Judiciary
Bills on second reading, S. No. 4 an
act supplemental to au act to establish
the University of Nebraska. Referred
to Judiciary Committee and ordered
Mr. Stevenson, of the Judiciary Com-
. - 1 V Ik?
muece, reportcu uacK 11. . ivuies sus
pended and bill passed.
Mr. Taylor introduced S. No. f, to
amend an act to incorporate cities of the
Rules were suspended, bill read first
and second time by its title, and referred
to Committee on Incorporation.
Mr. Gere, by consent, introduced S.
No. 7, an act to amend chapter f.t of the
Revised Statutes entitled "Towns."
Rules were suspended, and bill read
second time by title and refcred to Judi
Mr. Porter introduced S. R. No. 3, a
joint resolution relative to removing the
Indians now on Special Reservations in
Nebraska to a new and joint reservation.'
Rules suspended and resolution read
second and third tiui? and passed. ,
The Senate took a recess until two
o'clock P. M.
House convened at ten o'clock. Jour
nal read and approved.
A communication was received from
the Senate asking that the House re
turn for tho reconsideration of tho Sen
ate, the bill authorizing the Commis
sioners of Cu tiling county to issue $5,000
for bridge purposes. ; Also, announcing
that the Senate had parsed H. R. No.
5 and No. G, with amendments.
Mr. Parnielee offered a resolution that
a committee of three be appointed to
call on the Auditor, and ascertain why
better de.ks have not .been given to
the mcmbe s of the House as provided
by the last legislature.--; '
Mr. Church offered a-resolution ex
tending the thanks of the people of Ne
braska to Maj. Gem Cair and the offi
cers arid soldiers under him, for their
gallant nn I efficient serv ices on the fron
tier ill July. I so'.t. in defeating and driv
ing the Iivliiiiis from our borders.
Amended as to include Maj. Frank
North, and adopted.
A resolution was offered authorizing
the Sc. retary of Stat-' to proeure the
printing for the use of the House 1,000
co lies of the Governor's message, which
was indefinitely postponed.
Mr. Seybolt introduced a bill provid
ing for the coiistructieu! of a State Peni
tentiary. The bill was ordered printed, and
made the special order llr Wednesday at
A communication was received from
the Senate announcing that it had passed
H. R. No. : without amendment. Also.
S. No. 5. an act to amend section of
an act entitled an act to imnish offenders
against chastity and morality, and asking
coneurenec of the House.
Mr. McCartney introduced a bill to
correct clerical errors in sections Nos. 29,
50, ami 78 of an act entitled an act to es
tablish a system of public instruction for
the State. Referred to Committee on
House took a recess until 2 o'clock.
II. R. No. 8 was taken up and upon
motion of Mr. Stevenson, the vote by
which it was parsed was reconsidered.
On motion of Mr. Stevenson the enact
ing clause was amended by striking out
tho words "Legislative Assembly," and
inserting instead "Legislature." The
bill passed thus amended.
II. R. No. 1 was taken up,, pending
the con-idcration of tha House amend
Messrs. Barnutn and Porter were ap
pointed a committee to wait upon the
Secretary of State and ascertain how
many copies of the State Board of Agri
culture Report remained for distribution.
The committee reported 1.04S e-opies
in the hands of the Secretary of State.
Mr. Hathaway moved to amend the
House amendment by striking out 1,5K)
and inserting, 1,000. Adojtcd.
Mr. Fulton by consent introduced S.
No 8fot;orrecta clerical error in an act
to provide for the support of illegitimate
children. The rules were susjended,
the bill read 2d and Sd time by its title
and passed. ' . 'r
On motion of Mr. Hathaway the Sen
ate went into Committee of the Whole
on hills ,011 3d readin.se. . :
Committee after spending ome time
in considering the Peuitentiary bill, rose
and asked leave to sit again.
Mr. Stevenson offered 11 resolution ask
ing the Commissioners of Pui.l.c "i
ings to report the numbci of lots in Lin
coln sold since the last .session and the
amount received therefore, and the num
ber of lots remaining unsold.
The resolution was adopted.
Mr. Gere from Committee on En
gro sod and Enrolled bills reported that
II. R. No. 3. correcting a clerical error
in reporting the passage of an act for
the protection of cultivated lands from
trespass by stock, had been presented to
the Governor for his signature.
House called to order at 2 o'clock. A
communication was received from the
Senate announcing that the Senate has
passed H. Ji. No. 7, also S. R. No. .1. ;
joint resolution relative to the. removal j
of the Indians, now on "special reserva- '
tions in Nebraska, to new and joint res- !
On motion the House resolved itself
into a committee of the whole to consider 1
II. R. No. 4, Mr Griffin in the chair.
The committee rose, reported the bill I
with amendments, and ice ouiinended its i
passage, which was agreed to.
ate stating that the Senate has passed
H. R. No. 5 with amendment, also S.
R. No. 5, and le nesting the concurrence
of the House.
Mr. Parish introduced a joint resolu
tion to correct a clerical error on reporting-
H. R. No. 27, an act to restrain
3tock from running at large. Resolution
and original bill referred to Judiciary
H. R. No. o, 6 and S, with Senate
amendments were then taken up and
S. R. taken up and referred to Com
mittee on I'ublic Jiands.
S. No. 5 and 8 were taken up and re
ferred to Judiciary Comittee.
Mr. Ga.dner, from Committee on Ju
diciary, reported back H. R. No. II, an
act regulating the jurisdiction of Probate
Courts in civil casus, with amendment
by way of substitutes. After considera
ble debate it was adontcd.
House adjourned until to-morrow.
Civil Government lor the Indiana.
The Indian Commission has at last laid
its report before the Senate and House
Committees on Indians Affairs, and the
key-point of the whole controversy seems
to be whether or not the Indian shall be
treated as a citizen, and so governed.
We understand that the Commission does
not object to the reservation policy so long
proposed by the army, but ioes object to
placing the army in authority over the
Indians to keep them on the reservatiems.
It is clear to us, however, that unless the
same authority that places the Indians
there can prevent them from leaving, the
whole thing will be a farce, and the army
might just as well play "tag" with the red
men, or treat the reservations as "goals,"
which the players may leave if they like,
on the single penalty of being captured
and taken back.
Of course this is evident to everybody ;
and accordingly the Commission proposes,
as we understand, that instead of making
the army govern the Indians? they shall
have a sort of civil police, with regular
magistrates to punish offences committed
by and against the Indians. Now, "po
lice duty" of any sort is not a pleasant
duty, and the army would gladly ensign it:
but we think the result of attempting any
other sort of police for the Indians would
be that the whole army would become a
sheriffs pousc comitaius, aud that sheriff"
would be General Sheridan. There u but
one way to get rid of military govern
ment, and that is to establish civil gov
ernment. If the Commission will go to
that length (and they do recommend, we
believe, a Territorial government for the !
Indian Territory south of Kansas, they
will be consistent. But, as a matter of
fact, civil process is almost idle to talk of
at present, 011 many grounds, for Indian
government. We shall leave others to
tell us how the India' s would get on as
citizens; but we think the army will still
be needed. Wc-are glad, however, to
note that the Commision heartily recom
mends the abolition of tre iti s.
A b 11 to establish the Indians under !
civil authority by organizing a new Ter
ritory f LincolTi, and consolidating the
Indian tribes under a Territorial govern
ment, was introduced into the House of
Representatives, January 2sth, by Mr.
Cuilem. The boundaries proposed for
the new Territory ar.i Kansas on the
north. New Mexico and Texas on the
west, Texas on the south, and Aikanas
U'.id Mi-ss'ui i on the east. It is proposed
that the Governor of this Territory
should be ex-ojiriti Superintendent of
Indian Affairs. The legislative power is
vested in a Governor and Legislative
Council, consisting of one memberof
each tribe or nation with a population
.-P I.isj tlin tiv hiinlr 1. ntid an addi
tional member for c ich one thousand In-1-
c .. .1 ....1 ..,.. 1
oians or iracuou o ihuumuu f;ic.nri
than five hundred. The tribes or na
tions have the right to .select their repre
sentatives, and. if none are formally se
lected, it is provided that they shall le
represent" 1 by their chief's, in the pro
portion nameJ. in the order of their
rank. A census is to be taken in ad
vance, under the direction of th? Gov
ernor, who shall fix the number of mem- j
bers of the Council to be allowed e.un
tribe or na'ion. The fiit sossiun of the
Councl is limited to sixty days, and tbe
following on?s to forty days. Males over
twent-3ne, who have adopted the cus
toms of civilized life, are entitled to vote
at the first election, and shall be eligible
to election to the Council.- The qualifi
cations of voters at sul.seqvent Councils
are to be determined by the laws of the
Territory. Tribes hereafter moving in
the Indian Territory shall not be. allowed
representation until they shall have been
recognized by the Territorial Council as
having complied with the provisions id'
The judicial power of the Territory is
vested in a Supreme Court and District
Court, the judges of which are to lie ap-
Eointed bp the President and e-onfirmed
v the Senate, and shall hold office du
ring good behavior. These courts are re
quired to recognize all laws, rules, and
usages of the Indian tribes as to the
members of and within the 1 inits ef the
tnles when they are not inconsistent
with the Constitution and laws of the
United States and of the legislative
Delegates to Congress are to be elected
by the votes of those entitled to elect the
members of ihe legislative Council.
The lands of the Territory are to be sur
veyed nd allotted in severalty among
the Indians, two sections in each town
ship bein:r reserved for schools. .It i
also reported, in conclusion, that in all
appointments preference (qualifications
being equal) "hall l given to competent
lueiiilx'rs of the Indian nation-- or tribes
lav filly within the said Territory: the
object being to create a laudable ambition
among them to acquire the experience
necessary for the duties of officers of im
portancc in said Territory. Army awl
We have another evidence of youthful
precocity to add to the many already
A few days ago a lady visiting was
interrogated by a little four year old !hv
in the lollowing manner.
Little Boy. "Is voar pa coming ?"
Lady. "Dear, he is not my pa, he is
Boy. " W hero is your pa ?'
Jja'ly. "I have no pa, h? islead."
Boy. "The good man will make you a
pa and send him down tei you, but he
won't do it now for he is making 'ittle
boys and girls now. "
The Winterset Madisoamn says that
not long since two brothers named Kelso,
living in IVttawatamie eounty, each
married, one the father of three children,
and the other two, concluded that they
hail made a mistake in selecting their
spouses. After a free consultation, and
cn agreement of all parties, they decided
to trade wives. They did fo. The pro
poser of the trade moved to Missouri,
taking his brother's wife with him. and
the other yet remains in Iowa, happy
as a duck is ifci inu'L wjtb, tl Oilier
I'oocurrnl Ilrsolntion Rnllfjlnct m
Amfiidmriilr Ihe 4'ontituAcMa
urtbr l UitMl NlAtH.
Wiif.rkak The LcgidatHio !iaa re
ceived official notiucatieni ol' ttv ass;igo
by loth houses of the FH-tieh Congress
cf the United Status, at its third session,
of the following proposition to amend
the Constitution of the United States,
by a constitutional majority ol' two-thirds
thereof, in words-following, to-wit:
.1 resolution proi'tosinfj an amendment
to the Constitution of the diitt-d States.
He. Iced by the Senate and Jousc of
Jicpreseutatices of the United States of
America in Con 'reus 1 isxem Mei i ( two-
thirds of both houses concurring, ) That
the following article be proposed to the
l egislatures ef the several States as an
amendment tot he Constitution of the Uni
ted States, which, when ratified by three
fourths of said Legislatures, shall be valid
as part of the Constitution, namely:
Suction 1. The right of citizens of
ot the United Mates to vote shall not be
denied or abridged by the United States
or by any State tin account of race, color,
or previous condition of servitude.
SKn ion 2. The Congress shall have
power to enforce this article by appropri
And, Whereas, Three-fourths of the
Legislatures of the States composing
the United States are required to give
assent te the said proposed amendment
tothe Constitution ot the United btates,
before it becomes a part thereof.
Therefore, Resolved by the. Jjitislature
of the State of Jiebrasha, Thut we
hereby ratify, on behalf of the State of
Nebraska, the above recited proposed
amendment to the Constitution of the
Jiesolced, That certified copies of the
foregoing preamble and resolution be
forwarded by the Governor, to the
President of tha United States, the
Presiding Officer ef the United States
Senate, the Speaker of the Uuited
States House of Representatives, the
Secretary of State of the United States,
the Members of the Senate and House
of Representatives of the Unitea States
and the Governors of the several States.
Steaker of the House of Jivpresenta
tices. E. B. TAYLOR,
President of the Stnaie.
Passed February 17th. 1870.
Oni. Ir. ytmry Walker wnl m Snupl
rlout old Lady.
Mrs. Dr. Walker, having occasion re
ccutlyto pass up the Missouri river, was
interviewed at New Madrid by the editor
of the llecord, and in the course of her
conversation Mary related the following
amusing incident of her war experience in ;
I frequently rode outside our line..-,
and visited tho farm houses, - where Ij
found much destitution among the j
women. 1 he men were generally absent ,
in the Confederate army, tir had lied at i
our approach- I administered to a great j
many sick among t he destitute Georgians.
On one occasion I called at the house of
an old lady who was sick, and had quite a j
pretty young daughter living with her. I
prest'ribe-1 for the old lady, and furnished
her with medicine an J some needed deli- !
eaeie.i. and gave her great anil speedy re
lief. At her request. I remaim d all night ;
and there Wing no vacant bed in the j
house, slept with the daughter. Soon j
afterwards I was called upon to visit aj
wry sick young man in the same neigh-
boihood. 15y prosier medical treatment;
and attention he was soon convalescent, i
and 1 suddenly became very famous in
tluit neighborhood. Exaggerated ac
counts of my skill and learning were ,
noised abroad and reached the cars of th"
old lady just mentioned. .Not long after I
wa overtaken by night outside of the
litv?s. and called upon the old la ly for
another night's entertainment. To my
surprise, she seemed icluctau: and hesi
tating, and then said:
"Look hurc, I'm afeard of you; I'm
afeard to let you sleep with my daughter
again, for I'm a feared you ain't .1 woman ;
I don't believe any woman ouId know
as much about doctoring folks as you
I trieil o disabu.-c her mind of such an
impression, but she only shook h;r head
and sai l, "I'm afraid, I'd r:ther not." ;
A length I unfastened my hair, and.
shaking it out upon my shoulders, ;
"Look there, did you ever feo. a man
have such hair as that? Is not tha a j
woman's hair?" !
"Oh, I don't know," said the eild wo- j
mae, "folksjis got a curious way of fae-
teninghair on their heaas in these days,
and maybe it is just fastened there. I'd
rather not lot you sleep with my daughter
anymore. You know too much for a
I tried other means with better success,
and grcatlv relieved, the o'd lady agflrn
put me in her daughter's l ed,
So many contradictory statements
have been made in rcgarJ to Hon. S.
P. Chase's opinions on public matters,
that vre are elad to (jttote the ftllowintr
letter from the Chief .Justice, addressed
to a member of tke Ohio liCislatnre
It sLaws that he has not forgotten his old
time love of liberty and law.-
" IVashinffttm. Ximnx'r, 18VJ JTn.
Thomas YeatmtiH My Dear Sir: The
eyes of the whole country are upon the
St3to of Ohio. On your -vote depend.-
the nassaee of the Fifteenth Amendment
I am for universal mi lira pe and universal !
nmiety. The ameudmetit must be pu' j
throiicli the legislatute at all Iiazirds.
S. P. Chase."
An industrious old mttn in Kantern
Connecticut. who early education wa
neglected, has put out a sipn announe
ine: "Going tut whitewashing done in
The I'iriocnili AiiKiidnient Koctorl
by tbrNiiRle of lie-n lti-kjr.
Ijfii-isvn.L, Feb. Ifi.
In the State Senate, to-daj-, tho CVm
mitte-e on Federal lle-latior,-?. report d
airninst the resolution for the rauhcation
of the 1 5th Amendment.
Aid lo (tail roads Irons f Orlenas to
NkV.-O.II.F.VNS, Feb. 13.
A bill was introduced to-day tippro
prititin a miilia and a half dollars for
the first railnia l coiiipleti-d from New
Orleans to Texas.
I iViht V i li Ir.rtlaua.
SIDNEY, Neb.. Feb. 21.--TlJrty In
diana attacked Moore's seeciui ru-u six
miles cost uf Antelojui stabiiM., yesterday,
at lo o"e!:k a. m., at their section Louse.
The meo drove them oil auJ taitetl to
Potter station on a liail ear t ieport,
when a running ti'bt took p!a.-e. the In
dians gettiu,; the worst of it, as the mcu
are sur&they killed one.
It did n:l seen1. v be a rccnlir war
party. They were well r.ra.cd, and had
their sq.iaws alone, and u oved 08 o uth
cfir V?ftr. v'vfi! ';
ArtoTiN, Feb. 15.
The Senatorial election is fixed for the
The Fifteenth Atuen bi'C jt has loon
The Fourteenth Amendment passed j
the House. ! i
Worn rut SulTrac In Ml usirot.t. j
St. Pai i., Fob. in. !
. imi i r an amenunient to the con
stitution legalizing woman ruffrago
passed the House yesterday, ,33 to 3. It
wiil probably pass the Senate. It pro
vides that the people- shall ;te tu it at
the next election, and that the women f
are to have .1 voice in the matter also.
their ballots being counted but deposited
in scpara'e boxe.
'PAKEX I'I'-Hv tho u!vTib,r on
1 4'-2 iniK.4i)uth went n: I'uitH'ii lulli.
tho l.t of Dtvi-mbcr lsc'l, one whit cow. four
years oi l. risl IkviJ ami nvl s-t' 'k mi lgs. vitS
n lari;c lirll on hor ii c , trau isl "S" mi left
1 1 : 1 - A'o t n.uao j'lar-o uu I limn ua
liiclit brown lioifor. :ituul J yfnnt ol.I. crop off
1 oft enr, smull loi'O ruunl lior li:,rn. noiinrk or
)K0UATK XOTICK. It is horeby orJorod
I thatall claims apiiinst th est.ito of Ilonry
Vtson. lato pf Can." County. Nebrak. mnt h
filet in tho 1'robnto t'ourt uf County on or
befor the 2rth rtay of August, A. V. 1S70. or
th y will be forever barrel.
A. I.. CHILD.
foW24w4t Probat Jadge Ca Co.. Nob.
TJROBATE NOTICE. V.tio is hereby fir.,
that flucumont. purporting to ! tlie la?t
Will nnJ Tctauiont of Jtf K. Vi'ilborn: has
been filoii iu my ofl'ioc. anJ tho4th day of March
A. L. 1870, at 10 o'cl jcV a. u. is hereby set far
provine the tame.
A. I.. CHILD.
Feb 5thlS70. febKV.t Probate Judge.
DPchnasse A F. D. LehnhnfT haviti? bought
tho entire took f-ocdf of K- A. H'iggen
horn 1 1 Co- in the Now York Storc fr a good
deal los than first cost, thoy offer tho sntne to
tho public, tor the uoxt 30 days, at jroatly re
duced irieos. at tho old Man.i. corner Main and
Lovee sireet4. ow is your time to buy, Oive
the new firm a trial
D. SCII.VASSi: A CO
Those indelted to tho cM firm nuts'. o!l and
iettl n'cht away with th row firm.
fobTdAwlns D. SCIINAbSU i CO.
'I'HK partnership herelufore ezirting bolwoen
I. W. js, A J. A. Lntta by mutual consent is
this day dissolved. Persons indebted to the
firm will plo.-ife cull and Bottle immediately as
the luiok must be squared ui.
V. S. f.ATTA.
J: V: LATTA:
Uoek Bluffs. Fb lt 1S70 fob.03w
Brnt Cobb. Ad:r.ini.-trr.tor of the ostato of
111. It. W. Cobb, ar-iiit Charlid V. Hill:
IN pursuance of and by vittueof 11 decree fcf the
District Court of the Second .Judiciul Jit -rict.
within r.nd forCa-f county. NVraka. imide
in the above entitled cause, ami bearing tate
the titli dny of Xovembcr, lJi;'.. I i 1 i'l'er tor
tale, at public auction, to the highest bidder. f'ir
cush. at the front door of the Court House, in
the citv of I'lattsmouth. Caso county. 'cb. on
tho -Vth dav of Marih. A. D, 1S71, at one
o'clock, p. in., of said day. th- follow irr de
scribed rel estate, to wit: Tho northeast
finartor ?ecti-u No: thirty 'X - in township
No. eleven north of riuu-'o N'o. thirteen eat
ol th- sixth I. M.. situate in Cjis county, Ne
braska. To be. sob! in the propeny of said
defendant. Charles V. II ill. to satisfy faiil decree,
the amount of which i- S-'.VJ." ) and int.-rost
on thes-itue from tbe date of said decree at the
rate ot 10 per cent, per annum, "and coat of suit,
amonting to $13 M "&tffi&oSm
SheriQ". Cas county. Ncl)raka
Ftcvksviix Ihlfn:', Atty.s f"r i lain'.iff.
Adolph Cohen, vs. T. I'. Crook, an 1 A.t'e. White.
tlardncr Co..P. T. D.Crook and A. ('..
AVhito r.nd W. C. Perry. dr.. Co. v T i Crook,
and A ti White li.vccntion
N O'l'ICK is hereby given that I win oiler tr-r ,
sale at public auction, ter cash down, nt the
front door ol the court house iu the oily ot I'l.-iU i
mouth. Ca.-s , otuity. N-bra?ka. on the h d;::" i
,- Vt . r.-li 1) IsTO. at one o'clock. I' to of said !
dav the following reale'tatc. to wu: The norlh
eaj t quarter .' i of th northeasl rii!irt r ' "d
.Section No twenty seven i'TTi in to.vnhitl No
u-lv(V' norili ot r;it!Ke N thirteen il i ea-t
ol the sixth fiincipal luoridinn. situate in Cnj J
county. N !ra.-ka. tal.cn n. tlse pr- --riy of aid
defendant. A W Into, on tnn c oecunons. io
wit: one in fa or of Adol oh l "lien, one in lavor
of tlardncrA . an J tho other ir favor ot
C H-rry. ,'r. Co. all issued by the Clerk ot tho
District Court wi.i.in and tor tho county ot
Moo. in the istato of Nebraska, and tome direc
ted as rhelitr of Cass county .Nob.
iiven under my hand, this It U, d O' of I cb
n.ary.ADls70. ; MnSjiS.
Sheriff of Cn-s county. h-
?THKXHosi HttfiCK, Atty's fr plaintiffs.
rtryant Cobb a Irr.inistratr of tho estate
of Win. R. W.Cobb. Muainst Robert A.Chani-
INr"pnrs'.iaiico of and by virtue of a dorreo of
the District Court. ol the Second Judicial Dis
trict, within und for Cass County. Nebraska,
made in tho above entitled miusc. ar.d bcirinp
date the '.th day of November. A. D. W,;. : I
will offer for sale at public auction to the hitrh
en bidder, for eash. ul the front door of iho;
Court i(ouo. in the city of 1'lnttHnouth. t :
ormntv. Nob., on the St!i -I iy of Marth. A. D.
iS7o. atl o'clock, p. in- of said day th lollowiiii
described real estate, to wit: ...
The southwest auarter of section
fifteen '1'. Township No. ton uortho! rat:e No.
twelve 021. east of the t-iith priu:ii-i.l mcrioUn,
iiuate in Cas county. Neb. ' be o!d a.i the
property of Rolwrt A Chan Her to satj-l tn
decree, the amount of which i- S-.'AJ. '. and
interest on the same from the date of snid rto
cree. at the rateoi tru per ceut. per anpuin. and
Mists of suit, amounting to Sli t'i and coslol
!!4le .J.W. JOHNSON.
.sheriff Cass county, Neh.
Smvuxau-r 1 IUtwabu, Atty's for plaintiff.
Urrant Cobb, .tdmiiiistrator of the osluir oT
Wm. R. W.Cobb, nirainst Jarao II. Thomas:
IN pursuance of and by virturot a decree ol the
District Court of the Socord Judicial Jis?rict,
within and for Cass rounty. Nebraska, male in
the above entitled caue. and beariuir date the
ilh day of November, A. D. isoy. I will ofTi rior
sale at public air lion, to tho hishst l.iddcrfor
cash. At the front doorof thfConl House. in the
city of rUtL-Uioutb,' C:u- county. Neb., on ihe
i'Mh day ol Murch. A. D. at one o'clock
p. ut. of said dy. the tollowin doscrjlcxl real
estate, to wiu The southeast ijtiart 'jr i otiiec
tion No. thirty township No. elrien ID
north of mnuo No. thirteen 13'. ta.it of the
sixth princip::l meridi.m. sitii-.te in Ca.-- couit.v,
N ebraska, to b sold as the properly of sari !e
fonitant. .1 a-nc-J II . !'ho:uas. to ;-.Lif;. -ni I ilr ?r: e.
the amount iif hi.di is . ') ai.tl iiitorott on
the same froiu tbe d;ite uf .saW d's-rco, nt the rate
of hi p-r cent, per snnuui. jt'j I .! of suit
aiountins to ii- 73 au 1 c.i-t f-ale.
J. W. J oil N SON.
Shoriif Casa County. Neb.
STrvr.NSr.s & IIatwikd, .if.'ysfor pia'utilf.
12' Di aic: C01.1t iM Judicial Distr.ct within
and for ':is.- ciu.ity. Nebraska,
lieortfo t. Vr-'bsor, I
To St tiheu IiusM-.i. i-ti ro't-icrt ic.r t.mi.
you are bercb r.oiitsid tii::i ben. I'.. Protuter on
tho 1 ith -lay of fibriiy? 1s7i. fi'c.i hi- ri.ti..ii
in tho otfice of the t lrk oft ho liu-t;; Court ot
the il. Judical i'isti i iu at d for Ca eojiity
Neb,;;: ka. iho !.-1 r:id p'O'crofsavl petiiiou
is to obtain n ifi-..vf i.f tor-, ivsure of a rirtain
uortpa-ze u thosonUi wrs: iitiff d the south
oast iua.-u r.f sveti.. u t. tow .1 M rai f K K.n.-.d
iict-oiup.inyii.t ;,,,t:- e-.c.-. tcl t y yu on the lh
itiv of April ls5i. an I li-ivouto Irene.uis
c,-i'3 trip for t he s:uii oC lt three moio.h.' ntn-r -l:.le
with niter..-.' nt f'p-' ot-nT, and by hint duly
n-.-iirnod to rli';'i'i on the ..! h day cl July
licit is i'W l'io Inin l. s' i.iU ti j lsintiif 011
said noto and tuortsc the tutu o wi u iu-tert-i-t
at lu 0. r c i;i lri-n. the i';b .5..y of April
V-G. itl rJ-av l!t aaid dolmaiint be rc
fluircd l wvsa: t -urn. irterest jjjd o.i. by a
ilay t i be named """V lb u -t. ur th-it i I land
n) ty be old to satisfy the sajoe, . 1
1 mi arerojuire I to anowor si.i t p.-tiiion 0.1 or 1
before the tlu day of . ril ': 7i'. 1
;'Tiw A? .frXV-.i-v:yv '"V. M V' I
J. fl. IIIHAi. & CO.,
S-J'STST t-" J. 5t. tliji-huisn.
Druggisl3 &. Apcthscaries.
?AINT8. OIK. DYIM. NOTION
1 ToUot Goods
PEP.KVMEKT. r.VXKY SO A PH.
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
For Miohaaiol aad M ntlalnat purpom.
Koea eotwtanUjr on bind a full ami wU tmr.: 4:
PliTjiciaus' rHrri.tiiMi oarofuIlT oomponml
od by uu oxoriciico( DnirKi-t. N'.ine but tha
pun-st medioinrit uoi. Ail (.! waxrautad a
eprusoutod. Call and aoo.
Main Street. South Shir.
T Kit MM CASH.
In District Court. Sooonl Julioia? trlsirf-M
within and for Ca County Nabratka.
J anion McNurlau)
V's.ltr D. Oroon. )
o Walter D. tjroen. nnn-ro'id. ut lfendut.
you are hi rob potitiesi that .Iuuji .McNnrian
on the "Jd day of February. 1S7U. lib-J hLspeii
fion in Iho oflW cf tho Clerk ef tie Dinner
Courl ol' the Second Judiciul Diairicc.
with n and for C; es oouu-y. Nobrasks,
the ob.ipi-t and prayer of winch ir to n.
taiu a decrac o: lorcclosiiro of a certain mtit
(raso on tho uorihoat ijuartt-r of section i?jm
v- J' "' rati? Loiit, in C.tss Count v,
Nebrasra. ai.d accompanying nofj eTcnled i j
you on id.-Cili .lay of .1uum lsM nni i.e ier.it
to .Uher. Kdgrrton. jr.. and calling lor tha
sum ot SJS0 ono enr from th dato thereof,
with interest from maturity at (U rato
it 4) per cent. p.r annum. .Saiil n.ta
an! inortage worn duly ustii.el to plaintiUT on
the oth ilay of October lst'S Thorii i now dni
o.i said note aud mortgage the sum of JJHo with
imerest t hereon at tlu uisoft per com. per
a.inum fr .tn the tth dsy of A ngnst ISo'J uud
praying that said ilefeudatit bo required to par
said sum, interest and cosis.by : ,Jay to bo n: me
by the Court.or that auid pro ises iuy besoia tu
satisfy the amount so found due.
You lire ro.jmrod to answer said petition on
or before thu 11th dav of April so.
. , J-4MES m Ni;r.L.tx.
by Mix wsi.L A- CitmiK, utt'' .
Kotioais hereby given that in ptirrus noc of an,
order oj sale ma It by bis honor;. o-to 11. Lake.
Judge of iho Dis.i ict Court of tho Second ,iti
diciai District, oa the 1 h J :i of February J""
I il) on Saturday the l'.:h dav o' M , r- li
at the hour of one o'clock t,. tri., nt tha front ic"
"i "' ouri lions.: ki 1'iiiU. ii.oiii 'i. ,u nj
N. b.a-Ua. !b r lor saio i.t jiublie vi n li . to
tin-liii.-he.-l bi bUr all tiicri.-bt tilit un.i micrest
ol (rutfi-gc A. JJurgcr. Dyai, h i . l.v.rai r ami
Maitgie L. t 'ra:. minor heirs of .) aia s L. l!ur
eer ilecoH.sc!. iu mi l t j lie li. oo- rtocJ
real esta'i- to-wit : tViinmeii'iiiK ro ts :( feet
;ii'l I inches imrtb of t!ie i-inirv oi s."olion l i n
own. 12. north of mnire 1 : -.i-t. in Cass C..t ,iv.
Nebraska. ru.iiiii then ;e wort tN, tfo-vo i
northHeVi tert. them e east ri i. tlieiu o i-jnir;
iricctto thcrbioc ol lichioniiir ard ron.a.r.i
fcaiil salo will retntin r-for for Hi frr ?
' !. k f. in. to 2 o' lock p in. ..f K-.j 1 v -
Ti r.n one-third essb ; i : hi r-i in ; w.i.iiih,
and ono-thinl in twelve m i,ihs. with u.t i--s
on d I. rr' j i n. uifi is at 1 ) . t ot-nt.
, . . N.-INCV liCIUi) It.
(luanlian of rouv.r heirs o;'J:;t s i.. Itr -r
Ly MaswrilA CatrM::. i.i.'jA.
:.'. In- It.
All portns ir.irrcMo l in tho rs,to cf 7ri
crick i rhiics. ilo-oii-cd. ato roo-ui ed to at-poar
lore Hon. Oconto li. Lk.. Ju'U. ot thuD s
irist (V.iirt t Omaha on .V'oiohn ,1 c ta !. .,f
Ap il ls.o. ai 1 o'c!ok r,. i. ., r(, ,.f r,tJ. r w , .
a liooi.n- ri,oiiid lo t i.e fri.ir.H-.l t Kruari
lit obuer. j Itanium of i.iinor heir., oi I'r dc. K
i hnrs doeea-od. to sell i.' t ! rishr. title nn.t
intcro-t of r rodtrii-L W'ehn... liomy tvehne-
j;-".-"'1-! "i-in"-'. minor bnB of 1 r-i
cro:k tbnes drca-o1, in ,in l to the south half
-,ol the north we t o narti r I1 i:i,H north cat
jirter ot t.'ie iior'hw.-l .oart r. cm
tt.c uorta e:i-l tjuai tor I1 , i o(K,ni i.c! luai tcr
:4! oi st eiio i i i. ii. tw.ii J-. no th I f rai.g;
c't o ti P. Jf., iu t.i Couniv .i :.-: ka
. . KRH kltl Hi;t!!NKR
G-inr.li o. minor heirs of i'redrri-k W o'ut.
. I.t.VA1VUIA CLU'M.IN
Ueorio M. U iic. phuul'a: 1
Joh'i E. Kinir. defendant. J
Jo 111 K.i ic Ji fen.I u.t T)'r.-res..o:.t of too
Il ale did on the-d .lay oil rl.ni .rv A l 1s:nti!
his peution 111 the M-t.-ict Court, of (be .Seeon I
1 . . . ro'L 01 theiStaleol ebraka. withn
uml ,or ( is I oiinty n;.-aii.s: the :;ani .! iin I.
I i- 1 "'"If Sonli that the
John I.. Ktuif gave a uiort..-:. f o to the
ea-l;, and the .vs, f .,,
sc -11011,4 toW. 1 ,Hllk.e u , ,. .
. . ai . in .jii fniiiio- ..r .. ,
..imei,toI c-OI lu-eonliOK to a celt.,,.,
io relorrt-l t.. in ,ai,J Ul. rt-rarc- and 1 rj -
-l.thit SMlJohn K. K injt ;n ij ,.1..va Ulutiee . I.
til fa,u,u',w "loimed to bo jue amount -
1 lv; ."T1 '"Hst on the sam tri m ,.
Mdt, to pay ti,e saute ,, the suit John K. Kitur
ma: u . i., nsmiro.1 lo am or iiml ai.-
" i-i-ioivuon or bt lore the 1 i tli
April, a i. ls.o. .r ileorc, ,t i. c.lter
w.. ,r. Kiili M. II.ll.U l.iirili.
, . ,TT,U,TToica,ati'y for l'l iii.ti.
Alriu 15. D.-iiWI. PininiiT,
Theod. ire Williams. d;doiid..t,t. )
Tho bre W ijliams dofen uzt a Bnn m i l. tic
';-.,l"-7."1,"'l.-V''''ktt. will uke notice ib-a
A.v;n 1.. D-uu-ls utj. on the i.iiU .layol Mmi,1k
A D. lsuf. file p-titi ..n in the Di-t.i-t tomt
o. th. fcoeru l Jit li-inl h rt let ot tl,.- State of
Nconi.-l a.wuh n and r Va oant. up.inst
thcfaidluco-loro Htuuu,. dleml.iut, s-nme
torth that the said Theo.lwre U ..li-.,,..
m .rtgareto oueii-my II. liwJt,, r " the S
M V,'? V' 1 '-' V.'l-U -i tje wh i'
? " COJllty ot C.l.-a. tu f.. It
m to roterre.l to m , Ul ntl lilL. I u ,,,,
li.;l'J "1 J'OCI lii'M r. 1.S, lhcs.,1 i JI.
0 ui... -am note ni u mort '-i
the sari AIvui ii. Uaui.-is. plamtitl. nnd i.r .
ihatihesitid J li-oiloic iuiams iuao pay
""";"'"'K. "e ''uo. anioiiutitiK to fie
unulf.Si'Min'lii.,1 .... 1 . r. "
7 J" ' ' -" i. is. I-.).-. HI H4e ol
seiu.. po aiinuui: an.i i t,,, ,.,,,1 Thco I( rc
i-uii im u'-lil.c. I: is -. r i-i t-. :i i
-ii--' 1 fino i.-i -.10.1 or I,.. o,r- the 1 i.
prn. a . I IS. 11. or.t.ocw,. Ui I,. ..,,t..,ea
... ., AI.VIN li. DAME j
ill t I oTTr.SfckR. utt for pbiintitl.
. 1 bj4f...
Maiiioti (J. Mosb-r. i.i..';nt:;f. , ,
vs. f. Pet n ton Ut
E'Jnbitl! . M"-r. di forj nt. ) J'ivo(ee.
I. ic i-tj A. Mosior. ..or resiu. nl dci". n.ln ,;.
will te w pi e th..f M;, iit a . rj,. J: r
co.ij"j t Ca s rind s!:iu. ,f N i.ri.l-i ,i.,i
0,1 iho 2Tt l.iy ot I el.i-u j-. . 11. j,;,,. tl.'v
Pttitiou lr D.vrt - in tl a jis:ri t Com 1 ,;
. ! .I'.dici,.: l,;r ,-t ot .(,. S a..-ol No.. aL . ic
e.i .- entity, ga the- sui 1 K.i,..r,i. '
.J-sior. 'u'li-fii re h r !ofrn.i int, vt j-f,,,;
a-jau.'.'.iiiD hiiu. w 11U1 111 Kooil ca.ise ). r ix,,;,
than two :::. I i-t. 1st and rri.vir that
may oortivop ed onj hc said iialn-.h A M
s er. 'Iilcaourt : aii - r.esni 1 J, i.,;,,.., , j.' Jj.,.
sier. is no.iftco t ' t Lo 1 vo,i.i; a to ,, r , j.,,,'
aiis-so . s.iid jv.itioi. in or l -,o v i" "f, : v
Ap '.!. .. U. is.o. ir d oi wdl bo b
1 6 .1: l' bra.iiT -l.'i. D7o.
M.VDIjitN C. 'p'- 'I j;
Wlimr ItTfcf tu. alt'y n pUiii i.
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