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THE NEBRASKA HERALD
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1 1 . J ) HATI J A WAV,
rornrr Main and Soon. I streets, sec
- VSA 5in.:: p-.r
wiiitn, or J1.ij :
j.f r moot h.
V. ( iy. SJ.O") per a tint:
;. h a::o...
,:.! it not i.i hi :i.lra:irc
r:st: school law.
Wo hnve toon ai-Lu.i a great unny
thw, :!! "r arrival from Lincoln,
w!;:it v.:- '.li;!! - with lie Fell oil law at
t!i-- recent w.-si-a of ttc Lisliture.
We answer, iiotliin; -.v.is doni vita it
t mvji'. to correct a tiuiniicr of clerical
crp't'- N clnriL'OH whatever were
iiKi'lc in tlie act exjet to correct
mi -talc m i'lc in enrolling or .riit5ii
tip ! tw.
H.ith 1viuse of ttc Legislature al
jov.rne.l at 1 1 p. ni. List FrMs, aftor a
.sjitin of sixteen
The work of
the 50.-iin just elovil was lituc-li more
(linpnizh than that of last sos-ion, ainl
cj'O' iaily wen1 nil lo.i! ters appro'.riati.'iir
npiiiey carefully r.x-c.uiiieil. Tho appro
f --ri:tvl' Tt for expenses f tho officers-, the
session of tho Legislature and the inei
t titaiw of tho State, wore, cut down to
';li t.uet ifss:hlo figures, ami many of
the nciiihoiv feenieil to think tlie appro
priations were 'iitir"ly inaileipiate.
a ii:ti i. w
Was ii--v.l th: hist ni.aht of the session.
It i- u't'tc'ral. or would to if ahout one
third of tii.tato w is not, specially ex
cept;l from its, provisions. It only af
fects two precincts iu Cass county,
Weeping Water and Louisville. All the
infy wett of these precincts has a
oi l! law, which the delejration from
('a--, thought a totter law than the
;r:ncrnl act. Iijhcc tliey tal the special
lv.v reimlii in force.
sr.r.n ciTA!,o'.:t axi n.onii,
;i iiik roil ivr.
1. ('Ki KFK. Hon & ('., the celc
l rato I ( 1 Importers and ! rowers, of
I'd h -t. r. N. V., have just puhli.-hed
th ir '.iiiinl ' C'AT.'.i.ofir;: ok Skehs
and (it i!)K to ti:k Fi.om kk and Yf.;
STMiTK. (Iai'DF.n. This new ai.d val
uaMe work contains full descriptions of
about ? urtecn liui.died varieties of fho.v
rrs I volt, tal los, with itiTniction for
, ihiir culfiration. and diivttions in regard
to tlie l.e-t u.e to make of them in layimr
lit pa;-crre.-, cirdms. ( to. It will lx
.s iit fro on application to M. O'K KKKKf
Soedsn-i ii and florists
atioa Cot li
ef their in-
i.i:tt i i ;tf-l tie; res
w-.; L'uiioiu yesterday, showing tliat
.!ii!.: thj Couuni'v;i'.ritrs h.ive toon
r I:',' y i !' irregularities in several instances,
y i.'.' lii:!- of si criminal nature was
!' itj 1. The investigation was cnt inueil
f.-r taore than a week, and was made ;is
th .i..-i:h as eoulJ 1.; in th? time. The
o-a Icri ig of the Committee was unaui-r.i---u.
nnl exculpates th Coiiiuiissdoii-n-rs
fri'iu all charge of venality, llo.-o-iuii.-.is
c-.-idor-.ing the acts of the (Vni
niisiionorr. iti the matter of irregularities,
'..-..re pa-.-M-d ty toth houses, an J they
ttua i via lieatod tefore the people, not
withstanding any howl that may go up
t troai the copperhead proas of the State
tit t!w disappointment they have met.
Wi will eivt fuller details in a day or
V.'.n located at Lincoln, upon the site
'vxr'.v 1 1 y the State tuilding Commis-.-i'
:i is. The friends of the different Io
ciliiio worked hard to stcure the loca
t";.i!i at their respective points, and all
they lacked of .-rem ing it was a sufficient
number of rotex For three days the
Vvtc stood .ix and six in the .Senate, lx1
tween AsV-.ImhI and Lincoln, with lion.
S. rov'.-r ab-cut. It teca'ite obvious
th.it some fiiiQ i:iu. t yi -M or Nebraska
would nor have a 1 Vnitentiary located this
ytv. Ju l final' Hon. C.uy C. I'arnum,
of I'bUervounty, agreed to vote for the
1 "n:i. 'Tir.t Liiicoliu -dr. J'ortor returued
that evening, tut it was too late fir
A-hhvid. iis ?Ir. I'arnum had already
' L--1 his vote for Lincoln. The
fih-t;-!- of Ashland made no further ef-
f V jrt. j.4 they all felt the nece.-sity oi looa-
tin- the I Vnitentiary sounrhrr, and not
hi'-atitig the till emirely, hecause they
f.'ii-.'J to eccureit at the point of their
? ch,.;,. An c&H-t was insde in the Sen
f to locate it at Weeping Water Fwllt,
j au 1 five co.it of the: twelve votes present
w.-re cast iu favor it. Seven votes were
I ri-.piiivd in the Senate to locate, and
l.:o ohi peer.ied to be the only point that
e Mild secure the seven. After the pas-J-are
of the biil, the two Houses met in
convention and elected three in-
;' t rs, as piovidod in the act. 1'.
Tct.iplin, F.sq., of Nebraska City, was
jcl.-ted fi.r the long term to ex pr-? .Janu
ary lsT3; Mr. Abbe, of l.ichnrdson
.cr. ;-iv. was elected for the intermediate
t. rra. to cvobv daii'iarv. lsTo, and Mi
ra. to cvoov .January. 1Si.; ami -ir.
of Washington county, wasetec
r the .-hort term, to expire .January,
Thv are all said to be excellent
4 f.r;t . l.a.s lur
The way t . get along in the world is to
laik r-verv sto-i on that is ahead, and
mil to follow its predecessor.
ti!V.- l ercent of theeibirt of the world is
r.l ".,'uv'v wasted in indirect, diffuse,
iti.b'linite labors. Voting men start out in
life, without tmri
roosc or point, neither
facing a thought on their tili ess or
.ir:tiiiie..s b.r a particular ciallitig: now
"loin-this thing, now that, and aiter
tlnit nothing; one day going on, another
on i lie right or I 'ft, the next backward,
and t!i,- iu.1 I'oiii'r at all. wliich is. licr-
llie tr:ii.dit line in lifr i the otic that
I' Us siraYdit ahead. This almost always
A r,ton"cditor was at sea through-
o it a lite -de "Were vou not dread-
fullv alarmed V" asked a lady. ' ( )h.
iio. i-.. ..... 1 i, 'IK. n.v : uiiiiroi .
liat iliiterenr-e cul that make r -
Vi hv. I nr.v..r ill.! Ii.-ive nuvthing hnn
".''i to me ty whi.-h 1 could m
In New York tJ:ill
NkV York, March S. The excite
ment in the gold market to-day is with
out a parallel .since September last.
The anxiety to sell gold assumed the
.shape of a mania, and its eo;ual ha
never before teen witnessed in the room.
Fluctuations were unusually frequent,
and the dial recorded nearly one hundred
changes during the day.
The Fcene was almost indeseribahle.
A crowd of operators surged to and fro,
cheered cadi decline of a quarter and a
half per cent., and vented their feelings
in screams of delight. There was not a
hull to to found in the room, and at time
a premium was offered for the .sight of a
man who throui;ht cold cheap.
Ileitort ofthc Committee np;ointrl to
InveHtintc Ibc lets ort'oniiiiU
tiinem uf lulIic 3.ii1
Tlie Actof(lie C'niiimissioorrn
As much has teen said about the in
vestigation at Lincoln, and tt.c public
generally has a desire to know exactly
what was done and said ty the Lcgis
tivc committee, licncc we ftibmit the
report in full, also the resolution which
passed both Houses after the report had
ln-cn made and considered. The investi
gation has the effect to entirely exoner
ate tho commissioners from all blame,
and will most effectually close the
villainous mouths of such sheets as the
Omaha Htrald and Nebraska city Xew.i.
Mr. Hunt, one of tho committee, W a
fair minded Democrat, and we heard him
say that tho report was as ttnng
against the commissioners aj the evi
dence would justify.
The committee appointed by the two
II ouses to jointly investigate the official
acts of the State comisionors of l'tibli:
Londnnd liuddings, have had the mat
i tor under consideration, anl have examin
ed so vcra!T it nosses who were supposed to
have a knowledge of the facts concerning
the reports current' throughout the State
and publicly charged in some newspapers,
published in the State, of certain p.eciila
tious and frauds, &c, and from a due
consideration of tho testimony thu"5
taken, and examination if papers and
books to as large an extent as time
would permit, and sufficiently to .-uti.-iy
your committee that tho commission! rs
have sold the saline lands of the State
ft'thont lite rt'jnrd fur the hor that
they exceeded their authority, under the
law, ty selling saline land without first
selling all the Lincoln lots, and by sell
ing more of the lands and lots than was
required to obtain the amount of the
appropriations made by law.
From the testimony, we find that s." id
Comniisio;iers advertised extensively
throughout the country that, on certain
days, the- would sell lots ami lands at,
Lincoln, and on those days a great many
peoj le come to Lincoln to buy lots and
lands, and to accommodate those who had
come for the purpo.se of toying land
only, the commissioners sold some of
That owing to the present location of
the Lincoln Asylum, the commissioners
have obtained 7" acre? of land in this
vicinity on very advantageous terms,
though your committee arc of the opin
ion that such tract of land was not a con
sideration lor such location, but was in
the nature of a partial donation to the
commissioners by some citizens, after the
location of the 'asylum, to interest the
commissioners, with th ? hope of getting
their influence to assi-t them ;the citi
zens) in building up a little town iti tho
neighborhood of the asylum.
That the commissior.ers have Won
somewhat careless, and have paid esti
mates on the erection of the asylum
when sufficient work and material were
not furnished for the asylum to justify
the estimate, at the time made. The
contractor for the asylum has also con
tracts for buildings in which the tov
irnor ami Secretary of State are inte
rested, and said contractor has obtained
funds on estimates for the asylum with
the view of using the funds iinmeitiately
in furtherance of tho erection of tho
houses of the Ciyvernor and Secretary
and in like manner has also obtained
funds from said parties on estimates f r
their houses, which applied to the work
and material of the asylum.
The testimony also shows that there
has been alKut"$4:(HK) drawn in excess
of the work done an I material furnished
on the contract for the erection of the
Asylum, but in the opinion of Mr. Hunt,
one id' your committee, who is an ex
perienced builder and contractor, who
examined said work and material fur
nished, the State can suffer in no material
interest so far as the contract for tuilding
the insane Asylum Ls concerned.
We .find that lots and lamts hid on at
the public sale in lsY.'.i, in the aggregate
sum ol nearly i:uhhi, yet, remain 111
dett d to the bidders to whom they were
struck off; That the money due thereon
has not been paid to the commissioners.
We rind further that the commission
ers never promised to such puicahsers
a ny time on teuo. sa.es.
hth. The testimony
that the advertising for
bills, and the
letting of the contracts tor both tla-.-o
buildings were eon ba ted in a fair and
impartial maimer; that there was r.o
f ivuririsui .-hown to any onp ; that no
rierson whatever h id any advantage over
tilliors in i-iiKiiuH '" y .
nit h.-r buildings, and that the commis
sioners, nor any of them, received any
whatever for awarding
I die contract to the parties who obtained
j them , ,
That the eom;'.iiss!0i:ers at the pnb.ic
; sale of lots and lamls puuonn an m .n
i lueans to ttirthor the interests ami
vance. the welfare ol the Mate, ty selling
the lots an 1 lands at the best prices;
that tut f'i lots were sold otherwise
than at public sale, and those were sold
to rectify errors in mini tiers or iot.- ana
miti1;rx mi le in the hurry of bidding
at the sate, ami in some insi:iuir luin-
: eourasc the i:trrrU of Lincoln, and
. thereby further the public benefit. c
! further rind frtnti the testimony before
! u that the commissioners had no in Ji-
! vi dual intcro-t in the letting of contracts
i for the erection ol public buddings as in
i the sale of lots ?n l lan Is other than
i any citizen oi i.i.i'm
Phil- i. e commissioners have pur-
, l..i ;..! oroo. rtv in Lincoln, as oMior in-
-.v . . . , - .
dividtials, and thereby showed theirfaith
' in Luicohi by il.cir works an i deeds, and
owing to .such purchase of property ty
men in such hiq'i offices of State," the
State has realized a large amount of
money over and aliovc w hat could have
lx.cn anticipated : That largely owing to
the efforts of the commissioners the
State property iu Lincoln has brought,
and is worth much larger sums of money;
double the amount contemplated by the
legislature one year ago. That the com
missioners found ujion obtaining knowl
edge of the want of public buildings,
that the appropriations made by the
list session of the legislature were in
sufficient to erect suitable buildings, and
in view of the fact that the State had
realized a larger sum out of Lincoln lots
than contemplated, increased thofcize and
cost oi' the public buildings.
That the State needed public buildings
equal to those contracted for, and the
State has and will realize sufficient means
out of the Lincoln lots and saline lands
to erect such buildings, which, when
done, it is hoped will be a credit to our
young State. T. U. Stkvensox,
S. A. Fci.ton,
J. S. CriL'itoii,
S. C IJltEWsTTER,
J. S. Hunt.
It has always been a mania with us to
advertise Nebraska, and we expect it to
!e so while we continue to write for pub
lication. We believe this course on the
part of the newspaper men of the State
has done more to shove Nebraska ahead
than all else put together, except tho
fact that her soil and climate will tear
alvertibing. Notonly newspaper editors
but correspondents have taken up the
cry, and the results arc apparent to
c-Tcry observing man. -We lclieve a per
sistent effort in this direction is worth
more to the State, at a less expense, than
all the immigration societies that could
be organized and operated in the next
ten years. We clip the following from
a correspondent writing from this State
to the St.. Joseph Gazette :
"Immigrants are flooding the river
counties, and the prospect for a heavy
influx of capital never was better.
"The railroad companies of the State
have introduced nearly one million dol
lars within three months, which, coming
from a foreign source, is more directly
hit ty the masses. Judging from the
lanl sales for a few months, and the char
acter of purchasers, I have abundant
reason to believe that a greater area of
land wul be suMued lj- cultivation this
current year than Inn ever teen known.
Capitalists are investing largely in -town
property, mines, "mills, ssdine land,
stock, he, and I think tho com:;reial
record of Nebraska lor 1870 will reconi
ne:i 1 the State ti the favor of those
Kastern States, who arc seeking homes or
in vestments in the West."
Keport offlie State NuperintrnfJcnt.
To the Enrroii of Tin: State Joi kxal;
The opinion that there will be but a
small amount of Apportionable Funds
for the summer school, seems to prevail
throughout the State. District lJoards
nrd consequently preparing to close there
schools untill fall. 1 desire that the peo
ple may not le misled iu this matter.
The amount of school moneys now in the
tre;uury is larger than at any previous
time, as will be seen from the annexed
statement furnished to me by the Hon.
Janus Sweet, State Treasurer. Will you
please publish the facts. Truly Yours,
S. D. HEALS,
Sup't Public 1 n.struction.
Lincoln Feb. llth, IS fit I.
Statement of school moneys received
by the State Treasurer, since Nov. loth,
lSt'.., which will be subject to apportion
12 MILL SCHOOL SOU'!. WHEN
TAX LAND 1X.KCSD. PA1K IS
Pi.on Hi 14 Nov. IT
Surry Ui-1 "
Jotiiis'.U 4S T'K !M) 1K0 00 " 19
Jti.'l:i3 29 4" 1-V 1(1 270 00 "
Seward as 6'J Dec 3
::.ro 101 j0 " 3
Hart li'7 Si ' 4
I. minister rs; ; 4.',Vi so " 4
otoo 4712 06 07 H 7
Ma.lison 4- t: Ifi 00 " 7
S.tlinu " 7
Iak..t.i 2X " 21
Platte 154 44 - " 21
Washington 3710 00 F b 10
otoe Tsj " 17
Ons 7:i.V, 7:J.' " 17
t .-.iar l'J3 40 " Is
PI:t-to sir. ar. " 21
Neiiiiiha M-J "111 " 22
S.mn.lro 1.V.2 (til " 22
CiimiiiK 7til 41! " 24
Sc-ar.l 1001 ."'J ' "29
L::ncistr PCiClO 00.
Amount if 1211S a:!$:K721 '.' IHi
Hon J no. ( !iu.i:si'iE, State Ai ditok:
The amount of School moneys held by
the State Treasurer fin the loth davof
November 1SW, W35 $4,,.:i:J7 is ; ofthis
sum $31,417 aO was apportioned on the
27th of December l.Mi'.i, and $1 1.D04 l'l
has been apportioned by me this 24th day
of Feburary 1H70.
The basis of the apportionment is the
enumeration of youth, which was made
between the 1st and 10'h days of January
170, at the request ofthis office.
The following is a stiteweiit of said
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3i) 834 911.104 21 S31417 ! $13321 17
Done at Lincoln this 21th day of Feb.
1S70. S. D. UKAIjS. m
Sup't Vuplic Instruction.
Of the Cincinnati J udges wlio decided
tho ouestion relating to tho reaiiing e.f
. ... , i ..!
the r.ihirt m the puonc scnoois oi u.at
. ---- - - - . ,.
..,tv. Judge Morer is an J-n.-coi aiian,
J .iiio(i I lagan? a Methodist, and Judge
Yni'i a literal U&iccriau.
PL ATTSMOUTJ I, NEBRASKA,
To Correct I'nors in Sections twenty
nine (:."..) thirty three (.);J,) forty-six
(4f..) fifty (5.)) fifty-two (:2,) lifty
eighfc )"S, ) seventy-three ('., ) tcventy
four (74. l and seventy-right (7S,) of
an act entitled "An Act to Establish a
System ofFutlic Instruction fonthe
State of Netraka," approved Febru
ary 15, ISiVJ.
Whereas, clerical errors were made
bv the Knroliing Clerk in sections 29, 33,
40, r0, f)2. o 7.., 74 and 7S, of an act
entitled "An Act to hstablHi a Ssystem
of I'ublic Instruction for the State of
Nehra.-ka," approved on the 13th of
February, ISiVJ ; therefore
lie it cnactrd Li; the Lcfifritnrc of the
Hta'.rnf Nhvizka, thut smii Sections
be corrected so n.i to rend t fuiloci : ; .
Pec. 2'J. The said qualified voters
shall also have power at any regular or
rpecial meeting, to dieeet the purchas
ing of a school house, and the amount
of fuel to be furnished for the succeed
ing year and to levy a tax on the prop
erty of the district for the payiuvut of
SfcX'. 33. They may also determine, at
each annual meeting, the length of time
a school shall be taught in the district,
the ensuing year, which to entitle the
district to any poriton of the State
Fund, shall not be less than three
months in districts which hare le .s
than seventy-five pupils, nor loss than
six months in districts that have
between seventy five and two hundred
pupils, not less than nine .months in dis
tricts where there are more than two
hundred pupils; and whether by male or
female teachers, or by both, and
whether money apportioned for the sup
port of the school therein shall be ap
plied to the winter or summer term or a
certain portion to each.
Sec. 4o. Within ten days next previ
ous to the annual district meeting, the
director shall take the census of his dis
trict, and make a list in writing, of the
names of all the children belonging
thereto, between the ages of five and
tweniy-one years. In case of the a!
sence or inability of the director, such
census shall be taken by the moderator
or treasurer, or such person as they may
appoint; and a copy of such list, verified
by the oath of the person taking such
census, 13' affidavit appended to or en
dorsed thereon, setting forth that it is a
correct list of the names of all the child
ren belonging to the district between the
ages of five and twenty-one years, shall
be returned with the annual report to
the county superintendent.
Sre. ;"t. lie shall present, at each an
nual meeting, an estimate of the expenses
necessary to be incurred during the en
suing year for such purpose, and for pay
ment of the services of any district offi
cers, and such amount, when voted by
such annua! meeting, shall be assessed
and collected in the same manner as
other district taxes ; but no tax for these
purposes-shall be voted at a special meet
ing, unless a notice of the same thall be
expressed in the notice of such meeting.
Sn o2. lie shall draw and sign all
orders upon the treasurer for all moneys
to be disbursed 1)3 the district, and all
warrants upon the county treasurer for
moneys raised for district purposes or
apportioned to the district by the county
superintendent, and present the. same to
the moderator, to be countersigned by
Si:c. 2S. They shall purchase or lease
such site for a school hou.-c as shall have
been designated by the district, in the
corporate name thereof, and shall build,
hire or purchase such school houses out
of the fundi provided for that purpose,
and shall make sale and conveyance of
any site or other property of the dis
trict, when lawfully directed by the
qualified voters at any anual or special
meeting; j'rovnlvd, that the district
shall not in any case tuiid a stone or
brick school house mo!i any site with
out having fiist obtained a title iu fee to
the same, and al-o that they shall not iu
any case build a frame school house on
any site for whieh they have not a title
in fee. without the privilege to remove
the same, when lawful! directed so to
do by the qualified voters of the dis
trict at any annual or special meeting;
provided, alo, thut the qualified voters
ot the oistrict may appoint a I.uiMing
committee to take charge of the work
of building such school houses.
Sec. 7o. The State Treasurer shall,
semi-annually, on or before the third
Monday h May and ti e first Mondy
in December, make out a complete ex
hibit of all moneys belonging to the
school funds of the State, as returned
to him from the several counties, to
gether with the amount derived from
other sources, and deliver the same du
ly certified to the State Superintendent,
and within twenty days thereafter, the
State Superintendent shall makefile ap
portionment of said futids to such coun
ties according to the pro ruin of the
enumeration of scholars, iu each county,
last returned from the county superin
tendent, auJ certify the aportioninent of
each, to the county superintendent of the
proper count, an ! to the State Auditor,
who shall draw a warrant on the State
Treasurer, in favor of the various coun
ties for the amount to specified by the
State Superintendent, and the several
county superintendents shall immedi
ately, and within twenty diys after re
ceiving said apportionment, apportion
the amount of funds so certified as be
longing to the general school f und for his
county as follow... to wit : one-fourth of
the whole to be distributed equally to the
several districts in the eouuty. and the
remaining three-fourths of the whole, to
be distributed to the several districts in
his county pro rofu, according to the
---numeration ol scholars list returtieu lv
thc directors of the various districts, and
no district, city or village wliich shall
have failed to make and return such enu
meration, or shall have failed to sustain
a school for the letiuth of time required
by section "i.i, sh.di be entitled to r ceive
any portion of the funds to be distributed
according to the pro rata of enumera
tion. Sec. 74. The county superintendent,
shall immediately after making such
appointment, enter the same in a
book kept for that purpose, and shall
furnish the county treasurer with a cer
tified cony of such appointment, and
each of the directors in the respective
districts in his county, a certificate
showing the amount due such district.
which amount shall be subject to the t
order of the directors, on the county
treasurer when p;ejer!y countersigned
by t he moderator.
Sec. 78. A certificate of election shall
be immediately issued by the county
clerk to the person so elected to the
office of the superintendent, who shall
within twenty days thereafter take and
J subscribe to the same oath as required i
ot other county ometrs, an-1 deposit the!
same wuu the county clerk to be hied
and preserved in his office ; and it shall J
lie the duty of the county clerk to re- i
port the name and address of the coun- !
ty su oi iutoiident. to the State Superin- j
tcudent f 1'ubhi I.: tiuetioa. The !
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, JS70.
c iunty superintendent, thus elected,
shall enter hjioii the duties of his office
on the 1st day of November following.
Stc. 2. This act shall take, effect; arid
be in force from nnd after its passage.
Approved March 1, 1 870.
ni.se i:M,A5i:r itesis:
A bank that has not elected officers
The 'bank whereupon the wild thvms
It is predicted that the year 1870 will
bean unusual successful and prosperous
When you leave the church after a
wedding ceremony, you may be .said to
le going out with the tied.
An Iowa farmer lately sent a letter to
the Fatent office, asking if he could get
a patent on "an improved mode of mak
ing friend cakes."
They have a pair of Card rift giant rub
rubliers at Syracuse, N. , which
brough$y00 at a church fair.
Josh Ilillirgs says. "Orvs of the fus
siest scenes I ever see d win two ol 1
maides waittin' on one sick widower."
The birthday ofSt. David, the patron
saint of Welshmen, took place on the
1st of March, and was celebrated gen
erally throughout the country.
Dr. Holmes says that easy crying wid
ows take new husbands soonest. There
is nothing like wet weather for trans
planting. The Washington pavements are said
to be wearing out probably because
there has been so much "running for
olfice" over them.
A teacher of vocal music asked an old
lady if her grandson had any car for
music. The old woman replied, "Wa'al
I raly don't know, won't, you take the
candie and see?"
A follow who has hitherto been a con
firmed believer in universal salvation, lias
finally surrendered. He says h now be
lieves that two things wiil be eternally
lost his umbrella and the man that
Our National capital is call :d the "City
of Magnificent Distance:" and if we sue
ceed in our designs, the capital wi'l
indeed be a magnificent distance from
Tt is said that Horatio Seymour and
John T. Hoffman are at swords' points
in New York polities, each being jealous
of the 1're-idcntial aspirations of the
During a revival meeting a good
Methodist, lady made a fervent exoi ta
tio:i prefacing it with the remark that she
once enjoyed herself by going to theatres.
An inattentive but enthusi.isfc brother
shouted: " So did I, bless the Lord ! "
A boy in TJuriington went heme the
other day singing "Shoo fly, don't bod
der me," when his mother let her shoe
at -the fttle rascal's head, knocking
him slightly out of tune.
A llittle girl of this city, remarked
that when she grew up to be a woman
she was going to have a great big "chicken
on" the tack part of her head. Not so
bad a mistake after ail when si:e and
looks are considered.
Gen. Scott, when he took the City of
Mfxieo. -levie.l $1h). quo for the establish
iue!it of a soldiers' home,' and that wi
the first one established on this conti
nent. A com pany'is being formed in Alameda
county, Calaforuis, in connection with a
large machinery firm in San Francisco, to
put up work? this year for making sugar
A Pennsylvania cemetery containsscven
graves, side by side, in which reposes
the lifeless remains of a man and six
wives. When the first wife died the
third was three years old and the fifth
an infant of twelve months, while tho
last wife was not bom until the year
following the death of the first.
Within the last two months six hundred
thousand dollsrs' worth of books, good,
bad, r.nd indifferent, have been imported
from Furope ; and this is why book
publishing here is so wretchedly dul',
say many of the book people.
A pole-cat got out of its cage in New
York the other evening, and scampered
upDroalway. A policeman, mistaking
the animal for a squirt gave chase and
capture 1 him. The X. P: went homo
and buried a new uniform in the yard.
The New York Trluri-r says that some
profoundly speculative minds are agitated
by the enticing possibility of putting a
steam engine and screw ma hinery aboard
of an artie iceberg, and propelling the
concern down to New York to eii for
high juiced ice iu the uog days
A candititc for auditor of puVie n---counts
was called upon for a speed-..
On raising, he commenced: ''(jier.tle
men, you have called upon r.ie for a few
remarks. T have none to make have
no prepare! speech, lmleeu. 1 am r.o
speaker. I do not desire to be a speaker.
I only want to to an Auditor."
Fanny Fern says that r.hen she sees a
"pretty man, with an aj pie and l asbeny
mottstache with six hairs in it, a paint
pot on his check, and a little dot of a
goatee on his chin, with piett;. little
blinking studs in his shirt bosom, and a
foi! n. ck-tie that- looks as if it would
faint if it were tumbled, eh always fetls
a desire to nip it with, n y-ir ?i.ar
tongs, drop it gently into a towel of
cream and strew pink rose k;-ves ever
the little remains."
Aunt Dinah could shout and sing with
the test of the church members. It was
common at the missionary infoting
sing the hymn, ' "Fly abroad thou mighty
Gospel," while the collection was being
taken, and Aunt Dinah always threw her
head brick, shut h-n eyes, and sang away
lu-ti'y till the plate had pusseh The
sable collector observed her habit, an l
one evening stopped when h came to
her. and said, bluntly : "L ok-a-ht :ih.
Aunt Dinah, yu iiveln't lie a -ringing
'Fly al road, thou mighty Compel!' if
ijou d'H'sii t fjivt nothin to M'f.v hryjly "
Tho Mormons are rampani cverdi!
lom's Utah. bill, lb iiihaia's organ svuir
by the pillars of Nauvoo that kw,.uld
rather see the huci converted into a Wild
erness than that, one of the enemies of
the church 'hail enjoy, undisputed, the
fruits of the toil of the faithful. It i
unfortunate for tho Mormons at this
juncture that there should be so much
bickering among themselves, l)eide.
Jfrigham is growing old and rusty, al
though still very bitter; and, further,
the children born in Mormon wedlock
when the institut ion was being established
are now crown to manhwod and woman
hood, and when social intimacies with
other people are touched upon, and
when questions affecting right- to prop
erty, and the relationship between
brothers and sisters, first cousins, and
cousins german, nnd so on, arise, it -is
difficult to draw distinctive lines, tilings
are so very mixed. Uncle Sam had bet
ter prepare for a smart little -Mormon re
Frim Trees For Sale.
With nrar Tn or.ty years c j crit ii,-r in
1 rruwitiii :m-i .vursoiy i.usua.-s m i. .i
if, .in i.l.-trv.tt inn? in i ;;ss c sckv. r.i.. I ::in :
j;islol4!iiit wisbthc rilii vnrU!!" :.i.'i f in- i
i'ir rare you 'nil .suvf.-wil.v mi so tho jij-le ami i
cii'Tiy. 1 imike th? ni l lo :i:nl rl.crry :t .-j. ;. inlity j
!.!! will l.il h.I ..-i.l.-r Wilis hnHy Vit : i t cs.--- i
Or Irrs may In- left with Win. Eikt nberi y. tni '
mile si.it'.ii (it l'cirtsiiuiii'Ii. or with Ir. f . S. !
l.:tt!.-i. :itIU. k I'luiii. X will furni-!i tiioia in ,
tie f.tll'iwin ii iocs:
Aci'i.Ks Two ion' a half llirte nml a half;
fet-'t liiKb .Oi-tf; .'! to 4 feet hik-h 1J1 ..t: thice!
year n!.i.- to 5 fr t liiuh t.VI; 4 toil fret lij'-Wtt?;
iSiltoriiin Crab 3 to ft tet-t 'jk-Is. j
OiKUKiv.s May Cherry 3 to 5 feet i"et o:il".i; i
laiirli.-h .Morelloftnets. I
leliveri-'l free cfeliarjrc on tho ear? nt Fair- :
ful.l. J HVison eouniy Imva. A iiioilenile ehai'Ke !
jna.le for the material for Luxes.
11. M. ViUVKIl. oakrr. j
foblTvvtf. Jeflerioa county, lo va. i
In Distriet Coi.rt, Seroml .Tulieial Pi-trk-t
with;!) an l for C:iss County Xebtaka.
o Walter I. lireen. iion-res'ileat 'or-:i Inr.t,
you nro he'el.y notilieil that James MvNiiriiin
on the rJI itay ol febfUiiry, 1s7ii, hi? peti
tion in tin.- i, flioc ol the Clerk of the li-lri -t
Court of thi? Seeoml Juili'-ial tri--l,
within nii.l for Cass eouuty. Nehrii-ka.
the t.Ljtret ami preyer of which is to o -tain
a ilc-ree of foreclosure uf n errtnir, ni. rt-Ra-p
on the norl!iea.t "iiiarfer of portion .S'.
f. 11, nrth of raii'e l!ea'. ill Cass Count ',
cl.iia: !.i. .ip:l aeeoin i n ny i n j note exceuteii Ly
you on fheC'h day of lujrusl W'S amltleiiver.1
to .Ishei- Kcleicon. jr., iitnl cuilitiK fr the
uiu of iJ-nj one yc:;r from tho dale theio-.f.
with itiicrest from maturity at ilio rare
of 40 or ('ent. per uunuai. Sai.l note
and raororasie were du!y as-iiiiie.l to .l:tiniu on
tho it .t li day of O.-tolier ISoS. 'fhero is notv .In.
rn said note and lnortt;at;e tho sum ot jJSo witli
iutere.-t tlieveou at tin; rate of 4 ' per eent. er
iiiiiium from tho it!i d;.y of .tntoist 1 -"i and
prayina that said defon'lant ho re iuired to pay
."ai.l Meii.iiiiti est nnd ousts. Ly a day to lie iiam -d
by t he Court, or that said pre ises may be sold to
satisfy the aiuouiit so found due.
You are re'iuirt d to answer said petition on
or In-foru the 11th davof .tpiil lsTn.
by Maxwki.i. A- Chaimas, uitys.
Brynr.t Cohh adminisirator of tho rst.-.te
of Win. li. W.tVjbb. attainst Kol.ort A.Ch.tiid-l.-r.
IN po r.-'na aee of nnd by virtu." of : d.'sroo of
ithe litriet Court, of the S ml .ludieiai lis-
triet. wiiiiia s.a.l f r C.i.-s Coun'y, clt-j.-kn,
made in the above out i! led vin.-o. arid I earii.i
date the oth d.:y .;! Novell;!.; r. A. J. 1 '..!: 1
wiil oif. r for -ale at p ul lie auo-ion i.. t ; . c biiih-e.-.l
bidder, for ea-h. at the trout door of the
Court li .UM1, i:i the ei:y of ri oism oit!;, C.is
county, Neb., on the L.'ih day of Mareh. A. 1.
l.-iTil, tl o'eloi-k. p. m. of sr-.id "day th f .'llo, iv.s
d'.'s.-riiied real estate, to wit:
The southwest suarter t'i'i of Seti'o.i No.
fifteen 1" i Town-h i X i. ten iiorl'i f t ran 'o N'o,
twi-lTC tl?1. oust ol the sixth priueipal mend: in.
siluato i.i Cass e.ointy, JNeh. To lie s.. Id as the
property of Ko'i rt A Chandler to f atisly said
deeieo. the amount of whi.-h is SJ.I!j Ol. iooi
interest on the same fioiu U;e date of s.od do
ereo. at tho nite of ten per cent, per annum. : "d
oust of suit, umountinir to Sl-S I' ', nnd oust of
J. Vv. JullNsOX..
Sheriff Cass e.iiinty. N'e'i.
5TKVRsriS & Havwai::), Atiy's for plaintilf.
A. II. Hark or. roii-rsident. def.ndnnt. v.;ll
t i! o notice t im t i'a vid Samson, on i ho i 'l ii .1 o
of .lai.uary. A. 1. is7.i. tiled his petition in tile
li.-triei Court of tho S.-oond .' e ! ,eia 1 Ji- ri.-t of
tiie State of Nebraska, wiihin and for Cass
County. l'ho obieet nm! prayer of .snid p" i:ioii
is tt.obt.iin a jud-.-iueiit for tho sum of two hun
dred and li !tv d . liars, us duo on a prou;;s.-oi y
ncte .luted Sept. L'l, ls.H. duo one day mii d it"".
o.'illin: for the sum d Sli: pui 1 ou s:nn April
IT. lSi:;. t-'-'-O; April L'.i, IsiVi. Si: wjiU inror.-.-t
f' oin tV-dday of A oril. Isj'Ji : said note w ,s pii.v.i
iilj to I'. I.. Wist and n -i?ned to plaintirt : I hat
on tho liith day of FeLi uai y. Is7b, ihe said l;:vid
Samson caused an ordor of atta. i t-iont to Le
issued Ly thoCIork of slid Court, and did ctu:io
the fo!l-,v!!iir real rstnteto bo attached, to -,vit:
Lot nine ('.ii in bto -k iiu:!;b. r -isty dive ''-o, and
lot nir"'- ".o in hl-.ek two huridrod aiol bo'iilv-nn"
iZ-U, n UesiKi.ate.t upon Itio recor led 1 lat . I
the -."ity of I'h.tt uit.u : h. Cass eouuty, t-tat j of
Nebraska, th." same ln-iim the pi. . erty of do
fonlant: and the said A. li. Uaikci" is re,;iin d
to iinsweroii or before tho ltij Juj t.f Ai'-. il. A.
Dated March 1't.lsTO.
DAVID SAMS' bN.
By T. M. M tit,1 1 i;tt.
mth'5w"d Atl'y for phi.idi.T.
Brvant Cobb. Adinini-t: ntor "f the r-tato of
Ym. II. U. Cold". :or:"inst Charles V. Itill:
IN pursuance oi'ai.d b- vir;n.' ot';i decree of t ho
Distri.-t Court .f the Sotond J.oli.-ial Dist
rict, within and for Cas . eoii:ity. Nebi r.sl.a. mmlc
in t!i.. above ciititbsl oiiiiso, nol le sriii-- dure
th:-! 6th day of November. !M ti. I v. i I oMer f,.r
.alo, nt public nip-'ion. to tiio hit-die! l-idder, for
cash, lit thj tront dtx.r-jf, ih? Court lliii- ", in
the fitv of I'lait-iaoiith. C;i tuoi:ty. Neb, on
tho LMHh day ef March. A. D, lS7i, at one
oV.M:k. p. in., of said day. the following do
seribo.l real estate. to wit: file norti.east
iiinu Ur (' i section No: iliirly '"(., in town-hip
No.? eleven ooroi td ranoe o. thirtoon east j
of the Sixth 1'. M.. situate vi Cass ( ounty. N o
Lia. ka. To be id the prop, ity of i-.iid
d-fo::dant. Chai I. s W . Iliil. to satisfy .-aid do. n t .
tho amount ofwhitli is Sl'.'Ki". (K i!nd interest
on thosame from the date of said decree nt the
rate of Hi per eent. j.or annum, and east i f suit,
amoiitinc to slo '.". and e.-ts of sale.
J. W. .lOllN-OX.
Shir itT, Cass eounty. Ncbra-ka
Stkvi.nson & IIaywauh. A.'.ty.s for jii.i;itifT.
Notieoi? he.-oby cT-.-; n that in pursuareo nfan
order of sale made by hi. honor! L-ome IS. Lake.
J nd no of i lit! District Court of the Second .1 a
dieial District, on the l"uh day..;' February I-"'
I will on Sata-diiv rhe I'Jjh day of March !v.
at the hour t f o;io o . look P. m., ul the front loo
ofllrc Court iiou e in 1 'laiismo-.ith. Cass Comity.
Nebridra. oifor lor sale at I ubiic verdnt . to
thoh;;.h"-t Li bit r a'l t e.-i irut t i: le and ii:t :o sr !
of limrsi! A. ";,o-;ror. Dyanriia .-. ltur-tcr and
Msi-k-irie L. Cntiir. minor heirs if .Tn-nts 1.. 'tnr-
ir r .ic.'ea.-st'.l. in ami to the f.diowin d '-. iil.od
i 1 t ! it - to-tvi t ; Co. !onei".-iiiu :-u rods '' feet !
an I i i lo-:!: roiri :i oi loo font re oi s.e; ooi
town. 1J, north of Nome 1 ! east, in Cass Coi ut , J
Nebraska, ruuio-. p In roew,-t LI: i oos. t lien
n ;in h '.'' I to. I, il.tnie east 'Jl rod-, tlo .o.-e .- ,r,tii
1.. foot to the place of b.eiiii::i;e and toolniu
fai I :iio will remain optn for Lids f-oi i l
o'clock . ni. to 1 o i in k p. in. oi .-::; ! day.
ierms one -i hir.l '";,sh : one -third in six i;io-i . L .
an 1 one-third in twelve iiionihs. with int
oa dofi rrod jiavmonis at In per cent.
(iiinr.'iiin of minor h"ir oi J.iinej L. 5't"-er.
Lv M ixw:;u. a Co ii-MAS. att rs,
f -'.L'f 4.
Adolf h C'di-ri. vs.T. D.
. .. ,,l.. r "... v-. t . 17. r" N ::-. t. ...
'.'Hiio and V. (J. Deny, dr., Co, . s T l Crook.
up I A t WIii'o l .xe-. iition i
Vi -TICK b rel y eiiei! that I wio n?f for
a lotls. ut 1 uLlio ii'.ut ion. tor fa. h .low n. i- th-"
fr ii '- door of lli e com hou; r in t!ia i :y ol i' ,.;t ts- j
month. Ca-s e"U!i'y. Ni-Lru-k.t. .:! iiie j'.t I day j
ol .M-o-ch. A D l7.i. :H one o-.-'o- !,. . m t l .- .id j
day the ! ibovint r'-al o.-rate. to wit: The "j"-t;i- j
i .i-t .ju i' -or ' ' ; i . tho luo-lnea.1 l 'I'-a; Ur ( ot
St.elit.ii No I, nty-s'--. en i-TTi in t-iwns' i; No
twelve ilL'' noi'Ji of nee No ihot- en il.l:. cast
of the sixth principal ino; ;diat:. situate ir, ta"
o-:i:: v. Nobi .i.-k:.. talo-n as tin j"-opo ty of said
ii to-ielaiit. A i White, on tin e ex eei t io.i to
wi ': one in ; ivor of A iol-.ti ('..!: -n. one in fa for
..ot . : . ... . i i .1. ...i.... :.. ... e
C ilc-rv. dr. I . ,uV ;.i. d by "tho" Clerk ..: t;i.. j
1eti-v't Cottrt T.-i'Siin and lor the cor.-tv of;
t t e. in t .!! .tu e nt N t br.i.-Ka. tiu l tinr uirec
te l a- Shorn;" Cass lounty. Nt-I.
I'.ivoii u-i.tcr my hand, thi-- l.'l'.i Jay of Fch
ru nr. A D l.iTu.
.T W JOilNSoX.
ShvriTof C isj eoiuity. Nob.
Srv-vr.N-i!.-II a v A!;e, Atty's for plaii-tiifs.
(toory M, II.iK-, i-djiutiif. "1
John 1. Kin -. del.-ntt.int. )
John iviudeioodi.ut. li'oi-r -si Isnt "f tho St it:
of Nebr.:.-n.i. w. ltake noii'e t:iat l.i;--o .d. ,
Itale ti'-i on .die ---d d .y ..t l'e: : nary A. . LO ii!r
tl is pti.'i'.n in tho Hi-triot Co: it !' t bo Second
Judicial 1 'istriel of the Sti'te ! No Lrasku. itiiin i
and for Cas County ;'-.-.ti;ist tiio .-aid .1. !u F.. j
Kins, tlt-ft lidont. sotitnir I'trrh l!:-'t t.i s.iid !
' hii K KiiiL' tavc uiortu'.o'o to the s'aid i
tiooree M. II a!.! on the wo.-t
el tL.e .scut It i
enst i iud tue ease ' j of h;- st,ut!i wfst 1 of
soetion ;U town. l ritnre 11 ea-t of 'he Sivtli
1. M. in sni-J eounty of Cas--. to we;rc t oc- '
liayiuent of ?Ji accor-Iins L a tcrtilu i
note riforiid to in said niorts-ae find pray- i
in that s.ti l.Iohn li. Kine niiy pay :i hida-iee on j
mii'I nr.to n s irn now t laimed to Po due amount- :
imr t sL'i;. nnd intere.-t on the yaine tr: in the I
js;h dayot J,ily a. i. ls:ky ,tt tiio .-aloof 4u ..r i
toot. .er ntitmiii. oi t! t s.ii l i rp'rio; m o- be ;
sold to r-!v the sar.o nnd the sai l John I.. ivr.T '
is ti- tii! -d I hut ho i i-'.-ivi:,-t 'l ! a opear a:rt an- i
swer s..i ! p. toooi ot; or '.e''.,ie ;.. litj tir.j of .
April. A. t. is"... tie. i, e v. i:' L- ei.'rr.d a"- :'
c'.rd!r.?ij". I'a :i d t'fjto-:i :-, -.; 1 7 ! , '
i .; i-. m. a. i.-tir :ir.
VTrz.::: !"..-; rr,.,, K &A .
Alen 15. Hiiiiei.-. Vlainti T.
: ; .'; .! -r
Tli.-.i l..!e W 'iUiaiiis de.i u i
1 1 ' . a i
o! iho Stat" if .eo-a-.k.i. . ill
Alv.i, It. Ii:e.i, ls did. on th- 1
. i.oii-o ihat
ilayf ! ir.-d.
I'l-t'. i. i Coin t
I l;.e .sraic i f
. iui!y. ii'.-iiiii.t
A. I. lso'.'. file hi (liiinii in il
of th see-md .I'ldii-iat 1 ' :s: t i-r
N.-ttr.t dot. n ilhia and It C.-t-s
t.n' -aid Theodore ".:::;-.!;.--. .i, :'.
i l, i I.I. .-el i ii;i:
f ;-; h that the sod lh""d.re l iiliainp rae a
lii' i I L'.i.-e t" one 1 1 em v 1 1. I : i, ill i r. on I lie S
W ' , oi See la. T 1;.'. S of It I J. 1. , f Ihe (.;, '
M. in the sid 1 eouniy of Cuss, to seeuio tho pay
nu r.t of jso .:. ;1 .eon: ins to u en tain t'l onds.-ory
note rof 'i ri d lo in s.ii.l tiiortaaxo. and ihat on the
j;!h.!:i' "1 Pe'-.-in'.-r, tin. s ti.l il. II.nl.or-
haltr.er duly ussi jiiej sai 1 note and mmne1o
th's.iil A I v in IS. thi nit '. 11 . it tl. and praying
thatthosai l l'hoodoio V,ili;.!i,s nii.y pay said
sum in- i la!.::, d to bo due. tun hi., I to the
sum of sjs i.iii iih nterer on the same from the
'; It ti.iy of AtijruM. A. I. KV.i. :it the into of 4(1
pi I eent. pel annum; arid I he said The' i lore il -liaii:i
is nsiilied that he is reit:iii e I tonppearand
usv. rr said p-lition on or Li tin t the 1 1 ill day of
April. A. 11. 170, or tloei ; w ill Le entir"d uo
oordiiis'y. .M.VIN'R IMMi:
Vi.i.Tr Pori i:.ro.it. ati foi pi.;intiif.
lirvaiit Cobb, .tduiinisVator of t?io citato of
V ia. It. Yf. Cobb. a,'.. ii; t .1:. :ios ll. 'lle i.ias:
IN puvsuai' o ol and oy viriii" ' a il." roe ottho
1 liso iet I ourt of the .Soeon 1 .i u.i i i d l)i.-lrict,
within as;. I for C:i? eoun'y, N '.la.-i.a. Piade in
theata'vo i-Ti!illod cause. i.Ti i 1 earinir date tho
ith day oi November, .1. 1. ls;'.l, 1 ill ...for for
s;:!"- a t pu bl io nil. ' ion, to tin- hiiilist bid lor lor
t:.i.-!i. a! 'lie f ont doorof theCoi.rt House, in tho
e:ty of I'laits'.i'.ntii, Cas eoaiily. Nob., on th"
i.'tti day ol Mar. h, A. l. ls'o. nt one o'eioek
p. in of said day, the tol'.ou do-i-ribed 1 1-;: I
esta'o. to wit: Tl-.o-mlhoa-'l n irter i 1 4 of Sec
tion Nn. thirty (v.i township No. tbieii'l!)
noi lh of fHtiso No. thirteen i Lt'. east of tho
sixth prim :pal meridian, situate in Ca-s eoiioty,
Nobra-ka, to bo sold as the property of aid I ; -foil'
hint, .lames II. 'I hoiuas. to sal isly -a id decree,
the amount Id which is f.'J.H'" lie an l inlertst on
tho same li om the date of s.tid deei co. at the rate
of 1(1 per eent. per annum, j'lid lost of suit
aaiiountiiiK to si- 7:' and eo-t of ;:ilo.
.1. V,". .KUIN.-ON.
Sheriif ("as: County. Neb.
C tkvfns.'N ltAVWAi:s,-ttt. for plaintiff.
Malison C. Mr.?ier. plaii.titr. ) .,.; :,;,, f,,r
r.'iabeth A. Nli.-i.T. d'driidaiit. i ' o--
l.li.aboth A. Mosii r. to n ri-id. i:t di fondant
will take p.otiee that M a 1 i-'-n C. Mi., ior. of t h.
eounty of C- ss and Stolo of Ne'eash t, tl d
on tin: ls! day of February. A. I. Is7d. fno hii
petO.,n for liivorco in the lisiii i C.ou; of ihe
Jd .li.dici.il pi.trie? ol ;!,. St-if of Nob., and !'t
Cass County, iiz.iinst I no .-aid K'l A.
t-:irr, tharuiiivj her tdcfeiniaut I of . lit nil v
ii'oav.doniiiK liim. v. iih .lit ? i o.iu-o. f. r more
t ha a t w yea rs last past, and pi-.yin.' trial he
may Lo li . or ed from t ho sa id i-.i o.al ot h A. M -sier.
d. !. n boit : and i ho said 1 '.1 i abet h A. M
sior. i! o Oi. d that she is reouiro 1 to appear and
.".nswo: sail pe'-.tioii on or before I ho 1 1 1 II day of
April, A. I'. Is7il, or doei co will Le enu ied ao-i-oi-dinirlv.
loitod February lllth. 1S70.
M I.' I Si IN" C ?!' .-! iii;.
Mis.i it r P'trrKsoKa, att'y for plainiiO.
Leral fk ice.
X I'is'rief Court L'l Judh inl Pistrict within
and for Cass eounty. N. bra ,i i.
Oo.rro K. l'l-onser,
Stephen n.pseU )
To sieplu n Hiif-i H, lion rosidi nt seti iidant.
you an: lu tol y to I . lied t II. K. Pi-onj.-. j-on
lie 1 li h day of Fd in are ls7n. f b d hi-- pe' it ion
in tho ..tiico of ihe Cit! 1: oftho Di.tl iel 1 'oo " of
the L'd. -I udic.il Dilrict in and for .Cass county
NeLr.i-k:', l:ic ob.'t-et aiol prayci of sa id p. tition
is to o'oaiu a dt"-;-eo ( lorcelosMre of a. tirtain
liitirt-rniroi.il I he south v. st .iiai-P a of tl e south
ea-t ouartei . f so. ti. n ". town F. ranee ;i K.and
aeeon.p:"!iyinir note execited Ly y oi o:i the '..;h
day of April i-' '. and civon to IreJM-nns Nee,..',
eailinj- f ir Ihe sum of i-il) thi eo iiioikIhii.'Iit dale
witii intei est at i') pe,- ci at. an I l y l.im d.i'y
ns:ik'-.iod to I lain'.ilf on ti,i L't'th iky of .Inly sr,'.i,
then- is now due from defendant to p'.iiutitf on
said note and iiiortitavc lilt- sun; xi S W v. iti in
t rc.-t at b) per oeni fiom the '.'t!t day of April
l-'O'i. a:: i p. ayin that raid di fondant Le re
qu iri . I t i pay sa id sum. ii.ti ret I ;ind eost.j. by n
day to Li: iiVnuti by tie.' Court, ir that sni-l laud
. 1. 1 lo.s;.l:fv I'lc s-.M."
Vou are retiuire.l to a u--.v. r s,i i 1 poiition on or
bi foe ihe 4lb dav of April is.n.
liF'iK'il'. h- l lUJN'SFI!.
5y M iiwi:r.;. f'n i y a;,' At ty'ri tebl "v,.
A. F. l'o.-ty, vs Imlc Colso.i and Ark-runs
If n i .ursn.inoc of and bv virtur t.f a t!i'"no of
1 t':e I'isl rict Court of the siet od .Jud t ial Dis
trict, witir.n and for C.:ss i iui.ty. Nebraska.
n..: ':e iu the above entitled online and bei.rinn
dat" on itio ."Sd day of Nov ember ,iH ..,,.
s, ri'.n-r I ';'. appoinic 1 special M.i.-toi in sa;.i
i-au f in -a: ! court: w ill oiler for sale nt public
:::i-;inn t t ho .hinho't bidder for erish :.r thr
Iron! door oil he ootirl liouso in th.' till of 1'iML-.-inoiit'i.
C.ic oountyNel ra-ka. on '.i n.;:) the
7th d.i of Marc'i 1 -,ii. at one o'Lbek. I' M of
sxid day tho fo!..v. i:isT .li.-cii''H real .t f taiti to
wit : the -..ii; !i east oou tor of section no twenty
in t .".vi.shio twelve, norili of ranf" tv. lvo. .'-(
of li 1' Jl Io i.o fold us tiio properly ot i I dtr
fondints abov- n:mi" I, to sat isly said dee. re, t ao
ti ount of wliich i and interest on Ihe
same from tho date of said decree al the r ue of
la per i-i-.it. together wi:h ca ts of.-iiii ami siiio.
JMSKFH W Ji'llNsON.Sr.chd
Master in Cintii.fry
Mawei.i. k Ciiapuax, Attornty. for l'l il
says cf Weeping Water.
r:ica iroi:i Tardier to
"As T ras ie;!ine you. i;y dear TTr--. fTriindy,
I o nee on ley mule lo Wool in" V.'a'or in i: sadly
' 1 1 ' e.oo! ; . -1 '-on iil " -s ri n h -i t , 't n boo's root
"oci.-iros in -hort. .'." ti-otc i f i.ll tlin.e cn
vi iii'.u i .; I -1 nu ;.a .:c.'s -.". i. ieh orliaaio'.t, a well
iircso' l lean I, in leg Let r, .ieprived of ail Ly
tin-u. en . less su v.-or, s. w ho evt ii took Biy elt-ir
riiisik'jisr that T miirht in that nourish:- c town
bt:.i:i a f ee,.i:d hand LiankCt. I rule up to
. ati'l li'it.-li'nar ny vmlc ' v the ears; to a
t j iaro ii-ei-ht wa'.n loaded with trootls lor the
; id..! l-looi'th rt -tail trolo. 1 entered. Juice ol
i mv .m prise w hen ? was promt ly ion and
I oio ; ...( u e;ir. pl.-'o ouoit. from n oair tf sinb
j io. il Lo. to i '.'.. i-.' (iiii! toothpick, lorliic pal
. t y .oi ia o : to- h'r- a od ixty t'i n i.nd one-
it - it "i i.-s. In -J; . ot nts bt-inir the proti":- this
I foods. " - If vol v.-u:t jinytl ir.i.- in il.o
j iiii.-o'llf ii cons lioc. call on t be! i. arol if you don't
i see v. ; t; .fii .vail a -k for it. I would lcu.aik
. , , ,., I L re t-.at th y ate TeiifH'tH. libi-ral. "ood It.ok
ro. K. nn I A.n. V lute, . ;.. . , . .,
FiEMkBEPi THE PLACE
t m Ur 1 11 I J 'J Pii -
&J i. v KJ A I J',
... r -i j rri Tr
t-'J Mi- J.-X.
Perfumeric-c, Hair Ciis,
AM) At.t. TH K
Fye-.vriptior.sf irefully couipouii'liU '-7 an ex
peiici.ei'il Driiiivtst. , . ,
Her.it i".bir the pi .oe. oppo-oc Clark I'mm-
tut rr i
l'iattMl o'tii. elj!:LsKa. miwun
... KKN t l' H" the- : r.ln t, n .r I'.- - k
It'ioi :. n:i.-c:t ' l.' test ol t, i.-.-t-r. i.o
,!. I IW'i Vein" oil r-nt I" '"-! I" t-oiH- ir
1 r .,..).. 'V 1. C T V.
HATES OF ADVKU'Wfc-JNC
I 'm . n.o-f ' .-I'..' t O n loi. '. Uitnti- i., I-1'
l.i I. .: i ( n . in in. Hi".., !"i
J . iiiisl -.. I .Is I Ml vi .!:,..- .-: 1 .'
lir.' 'in.irtir t-.'lunin r !.'-. i oo mi, ...o
" . " .' Ill' 10 i. . i ..
'i,- iulfe iiii:n't M"? ! .
s , .ii!!is. . ,.
'" :i.t f llf-Ul.k . .-'.
' .t ".'! nun; I v i rvxo ' j.'i
sit iiiniuij-. 'n.e;
tho-.- ii'.ii!!o , "-"- 1 '
All II ..": lit l i crli. I ::. - M.i 'II: I ttf lll'l. I. r
i l i'lv.HU f.
(5ucceors to J . M. ll.lioaui iu.l
: Druggists &. ApoiiiiCcirL,
i . ..
j rrnvr.rf! js '
Ji&i'sigM and iiJSiVcI Seines
i PAINTS. OILS. IYI NOrioN, . , -
j TOllOt . G-OCCl-Si .
j ri'llFl'MEJlV. FAXfV iO-M'S.
IpURE WINES AKb' LIQUORS
I For Meehanioiil nnd Modi -nial pwr-'.
Keep 0 n-t.int!y on li.md n full ki d well anorlt
si o k of
PATTEST T3 55 ff E C B ft KM.
ptiy.ioTnns preoripii'riK rar. fulTv eoirf.ouii''
c 1 by an ex iieiioneeil Jlriieifl t. None Lnt l o
pur' -t iiio.licities used. All p .ods wn i ranted
oprcsentod. Call and see.
Main Sheet, South Side.
Hy ijbee-: mil
To Any Fort of The ('.
me i mi
itarinr removed to t "ir New Stro Ciriirr
Mam and mil street J, wi
veuve r,o ds rrj:'-y
That are t i elided at theirlor -ie. iVil! : .Mt''
C Is as .'cap a : eier, and will not 1 o -.liidor-
s'tld 1 y anyone.
U".i .S;. k eoiisists ofthobes! Lraiai:-of
TEAS, COFFEES, UGARS,
Canned and Dried Fiuits, '.
OYSTERS, SARDINES, SPiCES, ' tLZVR '
to ha ceo, w.isii.rviis,
Buckets, Soap. 2alt,
BACON, HAMS, LARD,
:. n l ever;, tl. t.'.' k ;.( ill a ( rooet y ci i.,-,.. J', ci y
:;-i ;-!; v. :o i:oit d o' the best .(iiaiity. 'ihiliiKh
es; price p.:iiiin e,;.-h i. r
Corn, Oai?, Siritcr, Eggs,
BAGOM. KAMS I.iF.n, ,
ai d n 11 liind." of Ftirmor I'nidnor.
Cash paid for ITidey.
Vivl inn nhm iml&
$:UTH -WEEPIKB - WATER.
xs rs.cufi' 2,:o 'lH"rA'cri',, '
Vnn !c Slioi'ts Tocts jcr 1(0 Hi.-.
1 1 -i i h Hhoi ts llxtr.i Ooo.M.tKl ir Dm lb.;
(Juiii Me.il Tf-ets jn:r Luu.Ircl roi-ii'l.r.
VLOVll KXCIIA-NG EI) YOU Wlf KAT
P. - Usp.it",
Vi'hont and Corn ground on Toil
Wednesday &; Saturdav
it.l ;u .; trill le tnl;cn t t( riiV u ;:o
1 s.OO!) IJTishels of WJic .it and
20.000 SucIigIs Corn
FHl-ItDON & V. AY LE Y,
The Sojt VecpIng Valer
SHELDON & B AYLEY. '
Have ':: TI-i:i n l-oo.1 a.-sorttnent. of
GROOERIE S A K D
IIOOTtS AND .SIIOI-LS.
(.'Uetip for Oisll.
Try o-. r f'l'Iveii pyruj at...C'J,(';0 jcr .::!.
Also r-i'Lur slo f.,r $l"'
A ti-l c-tlo-r tlc.r..-? ill ;.rt.ortlon.
r. rixa vla t tsmo u t i: :
WILL FIND CiOODSTDLINCJ ACCOMMODA
TION AT Till-'
aimer's Feed Stath
Corner of ix'ii and Vine sttroft-:. One loo- .
North of the I'.-ej-bjterlaii Clur'. li. I'laUsii:ot
J;T;o i. l-:i:.I:.MO. J'roV
. t" j'nl :w tl
$20,000" worth ' of Property
Cons-suiie at t r r..:.w ',ih liir.'.or atUotfitt iMii.
r!.itt--iio:i;:i, pit.t. i-ty in I'b.osnci.ih City
'.o r cs. outtb-, icon-, o tc.
Ki r tm-'ii'i' r.ir'i utiii I'.uir .ii it fiddle.
'V i i :.V .
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