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THE NEBRASKA HERALD
IS ITP.LI5HFD D.II1.V AND WtfcSI.T BY
11- IJ HATHAWAY,
eliiioi: ami runrtiKroi.
j oirtcc corner Main ami .Second streets, sec
TERMS : Daily $li).(0 per unuiii, or Sl.Ol)
eekly, $J.l"J per annum if paid in
art vane. -S.'.iiO
if not paid in advance.
We fiinl the following in the donate
proceedings of tlie l tli :
The Vice-President pre.sente"! a uiem-
urul tniu the hocicty of rnenJs pray
in:r for an appropriation to aid the civi
lix:itin of Indiana of the Northern
Sjuieriiiteiideney of Nebraska, lleferred.
We suggest that Col. Uaker be appro
priated for that purpose. He h about
us vfTWjtu-il a civilizer as we have heard
l.rllrr rikI Mrinorlnl of it Convrnllan
f rlnti. f li.-xltimorr. IMiilacfrl
pbia. Xfw Vork and Indiana Ypwrljr
Mrclliixo. 4'ouiierlel Willi I lie In.
riinniiii (he Xorllirrn Hiiprrltitrnd
cfiry. Mtstf of olrnUil. in rein lion
lotlKMC IndimiD. tfl mo. Ill h I tTO.
To the .Members of the Senate and House
of Repiesrntitticei tri Congress assem
bled: The India n Problem in the
The pre"ent htatiuof the Indian tics
tioii in the Northern Supcrintcndcney,
iuvitos to a delilTa?e examination of the
mw ibjeet, in order that, by seeing
the pretit condition of thinex, and what
i lieerd to bo don, a working plan
may to ileviscd by which the lerierolcnt
.nnd pJ.ti! iti'hropie objects of the Na
tional AJaiinitration, for the elevation,
vivi&irti" a'i 1 cnli.chtentuent of these
MK'opI, y be successfully and cco
.t. .v-hizwlKMAeut nDd mx agents,
minster ivf tic i.'iJet3' of Friends, en
tered mon tlic'sr Tesj-anefivc duties in this
,u)eriiitendeiicy rturin? last 5th and Cth
nif.nth. ( May tud .Jrrne. lSfiV. )
Abt " tlie uiiddle of July, conse
quently yj-jn after tlicf-e Jutics v.erc eom
nieuccd. a JsileKatiott .'of the Friends
niidoa w-:t to all the agencies, occuy
in' them more than a month, in Ne
braska, to take a c!o.-c View of the initial
condition of these object of our benevo
lence a:id labor, and fpc how the philan
thropic deM.L'iis of the Adur.nttration
i-Jiii le Uio.t efficiently carried our.
These wurds of the Government were
found in a very depressed and dviri-aded
"on litinn as a ircn'inl tliirur, poor, liuii
irry, id'.e fr m want of ine:i.i.- and induce
.uients to lalmr; destitute of suitable
elothieir: complaininc of unfulfilled
Treaty otipulutions ; Hvirjr in lodges with
'veral families in a .Mii.tilc apartineiit,
th'i.i rxeln linir that healthful privacy
which decency and virtue require; the
hvlses dnrk, unvcutilatod, often filthy ;
and, a. a consejuenee of this condition,
Mckness extensively aboundin.L'. especially
aiuoin: the children scrofulous irather-iur-
and ulcer, sore eyes, debility, and
Thi f-;id Fiecta?le made our lieartj
-hc in tender sympathy with these neg
'j;ete I and sufferinjr fellow creatures ; and
would have discouraged us from further
proceeding, had not a careful examina
tion of tlie causes convinced us that the
present condition of these Indian was
rth ir mixfoi tuiie, not their fnuh ; and
th:it it is entirely practicable to lead
them into habits of industry, to instruct
them in learninir, to teach them tf be
asrrirulturist.s, mechanics and oreratives
euerally ; to enal.lu theui to Lo polf
sustaining. and to raic them to any
plane of civilization and cnlisrhtenment
that may be jrojosed for them.
The mode f r aceoiiiplishin.tr this most
d-lirable result was stated in tlie rep.irt
made by th delepation, f the (.'oniniiv
of Indian Afi'aias, and published
in hi r port for ISfV.t, pa -re 1
Now, with the mean at their disposal,
the present sujk riutendent and agents,
cannot chamre, tiuu h extent, the ox
i-tinir condition o thintrs. llenpc the
imi.'ii tint orartieal nuc'tion an?es. is
the n-itioiiiu irovcriiment willin.L' and rc-
the n-itioii:u jrovcrnineni wiii.iii aim i-n-j-are.l
to eiit?r upon thU loi:;r nir'.eetod
work of philanthropy and .iui-tiee? If
PO, tne ITienis arc it.iims .-v-.
every aid in their p wer.
The plan, in order to be succcstu!ly
carried into effect, must necessarily in
volve a conquerable monied cxpn-liture,
an well a much anxious and arduous
labor, but we believe it will ultimately
tend to .'''- conomy in the Indian af
fair. . .
.1 T1 1 . I 1 . n n1 . V
Tlie allotments of their irnn m seve
ralty, is completed on the Omaha reser-
' liv.ion. nearly ?o on ttiat or uh: inue
V Laoe?. arid ia considerably advanced on
! the ?antec Sioux reservation.
1 On the rervations in the North-
rrnSupcrintendeney, there are reckoned
to be about 1 ,613 families ; and it is csti-'-t
mated that the money aid required for
I wttlin- each family ufKn their allotment,
1 in buildinc a hou;. proeunne r. cfHjkui.ir
utove, fencing n'l breaking ground,- seed
I itatoc3 and wheat, cow and other .stock
1 tn r.r,,iiT,if.nr with will be al'out .'JU'
y dollars :
IliaKllltr Uie aiiioiun. iui
.1 ... i .a r. t
dollars. i ni cwiuin-
I xehool Jioaeii, wne additional t team,
fanainir implements and tools.
i )n the other hand, the innebagoes
? have a just claim apaiust the Govern
I meiit, Lsec Commissioner's heport for
ls7 in relation to the Winnebago
1 Indians, amounting as they represent,
to iiM(),K)'J; and most of the lribes,
f perhaps all, hold more land than they
J 'need, some of which may in a short time
J be sold to advantage, and the. proceeds
I of the sale applied to liquidate in part
the advance made for them in the
i expenses of settlement,
i tun oiiTieh as the whole of the improve-
mcntd we contemplate cannot be made
in one vear, we have petitnned for the
sum of $140. 000 to Le divided among
the six Ajreiieics, as shown in the accom
Although i.hc indicated expense and
labor seem great for so comparatively
wnall a number of Indians, yet two con
siderations will tend to show that the sum
proposed is not beyond what strict jus
tice of these people and the future
improvement of their Kace will warrant.
1st. That it is an uccumulitioii of
i'vLl.tclnrss for mine Lrty-Jicc yars,
these Indians being in decidedly a worse
enu ditition now, than they were when
Iewis and Clark held a council with some
f these tribes on. behalf of the
United" States Government in 1S04,
promised them its friendship, and sought
amicable relations with them, rioin
'hat licriod. thev ranv be regarded as
i havimr be n the wards of the Govern-
n.i,t i : - ...,.1.. V, .m lir5 not
cancelled the debt, which would now be
paid in full, so as to make amends, as
fara practicable, for previous delay.
-d. Whea these Iindians become civ
ilized and enlightened, as we lelieve
n the plan projtosed, they will in a
comparatively few years, they may bo
iiiad" poweriul auxiliaries in aid of the
1 riilii'btnient of the
fiibes berond them, so that instead of
'h ft w persons now engaged in the
work, tin nnmtiAn will Ito. aucmciited
ye;ir by year, in tho benevolent and ele-
!'fi'vvl T.j;!n" enjrageiuent of drawing their
t;'f ,rethieii into habits of industry.
I i r hancc and Mipport. the recognition
i ''heir in dividual manhood and social
I u"d funily rights, civilisation, enliht
I u'tit, an 1 ultimately eiti.i-uslii., with
Peace and Love, and their multiplied
Signed on behalf of the Convention,
Hknmamin IlALt-owKLL, Sec'y-
Tu the Senate nwi House of Representa
tives of the united fstntes:
Your memorialists representing the
committee on the Iudian Concern of the
Society of Friends, to some of whose
members has been assigned by the Gov
ernment the care of the Indians in the
Northern Supcrintendency, State of
Nebraska, respectfully represent.
That in the Spring of last year, a
Suieriiitendentand six Agents, members
of the Society, entered upon their respec
tive duties in that .u?eiiitenleiicy.
They found the Indians placed in their
charge to he generally in a very depressed
and degraded condition ; but the Super
teudant and Agents entered upon their
arduous labors with ehcerfullness and
earnestness. 1 he r 1 lends in the .hast
sent out a supply of medicines and
clothing for those who needed them, and
a marked improvement is already observ
JJut, with the means at their disposal,
the Siiperiiitendant and Agents can
accomplish little for the permanent
nunrovement of these oeonlc. Ihc
same causes, in their crowded lodges,
operate to produce disease, and although
allotments of land in'tsevcralty have been
completed on some of the lleservations.
yet unless they have houses on them, and
means 01 cultivating 'the land, these
allotments avail them nothing, and the
Indians merely exist without the possi
bility of further improYeinent.
hat is needed, and what our peti
tion a.sksof Congrets is, an immediate
appropriation to build houses, to work
their lands, and raise tke provisions
necessary tor their subsistence.
Ironi the estimates that have been
made, wc believe that an appropriation
of the following amounts will be required
for wacons, teams, tools, agricultural
implements, live stock, seeds, Sic, and
to errcct suitable houses on some of tho !
rnr tlie lioubngoc:",........... 3o.(4in dollars,
" r.mah&s ;uoo
" l'awnces Mjm
" Santce Sioux .i'j.lKlO
otuc and M iwiuriua 1".I)"0 "
Iowa. Sacs' and Foxes 10.(X
The time to comiiience their agricul
tural Labors is now near at hand, and
unless these appropriations are made for
them at once, tne Indians will have to
spend another year in idleness and pov
erty. Vc therefore respectfully solicit an
early and favorable consideration of this
John Sai ndkus,
Washixgtnn, Cd Mo. 14th, lsTO.
The aliove memorial, emanating from
the Society of Friends, is the lirst ''feeler"
put forth by the broad brim management
of Indian affairs to ascertain the state of
the economical pulse of Congress. Only
$-V-,(JU W-'.iWhy not? has not Con
gress made a clean gift of one-twentieth
of that amount to the sufToring poor in
the District of Columbia? And why
-hoidd not the thieving, murdering'!
'"Whistler" and his band of robbtrs be
considered equally entitled to the gener
ous donations of Congress, as the poor
whita people, and destitute negroes
around Washington. Surely the bravery
and persistent propensity to kill and to
scalp which "Whistler" has uianifcbtcd,
absolutely demand recognition in this
substantird way at the hands of the So
ciety of Friends through Congress.
Where will our economical friend, the
Chairman of the Coimuiittee on Appro
priatious stand on this specimen of Qua
ker Eeonomy. Not content with the
lavish waste of money expended on these
Indians from year to year, it has remained
for the peaceful, lamb-like innocencyof
the Society of Friends to tell the men of
the West, whose sous have been mur
dered, and whoe wives and daughters
have been ravished by these self rauie
Indians, that heretofore the allowances to
their murderous foes have been too small,
and that they, the whites, must toil harder
and par more taxc, to that the Indians
may be fed and clothed, ami allowed to
revel beneath the generous policy of their
Quaker allies. Why, it would be be
neath the dignity of the noble red man to
labor! Of course it would. His busi
ness is to kill whitctucn, and more than
kill their wives and daughters. Let the
pioneers of the west sweat and toil to the
end that the Leatherstoekings aud Ilia
wathas' may enjoy life, and live in plenty
under the generosity of Quakerism, a
generosity that touches not its own pocket
except to widen the capacity for receiving
more money, and stands like Oliver Twist
in the public soup-kitchen asking nure!
Thry Wbb'I Trsulilr Yon I)ny.
Children grow up nothing on earth
grows so fast as children, ft was but
Yesterday, and that lad was playing with
his top, a buoyant boy. lie is a man,
and gone now. There is no more child
hood for him or us. Life has claimed
him. When a beginning is made, it i.i
like raveling a stocking ftitch by stitch
gives way till all is gone. The house has
not a child in it thcr is no more noise
in the hall boys rushing- pell mell ;
it is oruerly now. There is no more
skates, sleds or balls left scattered about.
Thines are neat enough now. There is
no delay for sleepy folks; there is no
longer any task before you lie down, of
looking after children and tu. king up the
bed clothes. There are no disputes to
settle, nobody to get off to school, no
rips to mend, no finger to tie up, no
faces to be washed, or collars to be
arrange!. There never was such peace
in the house. It would ound like iuumc
to have pome feet to clatterdown the
front stairs. Oh, for some children's
noise! What used to ail us, that we
were hushing their loud lauih, checking
their noisy frolics, and reproving their
slammintr and banging the doors? Rev.
Henry Ward Beech cr.
Work and Wait.
There are two things that always pay,
even in this not Gvcr-rcniuncrativc exist
ence. They are working and waiting.
Fithcr is useless without the other.
IJoth united arc invincible, and inevitably
triumphant- He who waits without
working is simply a man yielding to sloth
and despair. He who works without
waiting U fitful in his striving--, and
i.,ww revulrs hv impatience. He wLo
works fteadily and wait patiently may
have a long journey before him, but at
its clo-e he will find its reward.
INirsiitt aiidCiiXure of the TTonaler-
The Page county monster has at
l-eenraptured, as will bo seen from
following correspondence to the
Joseph I Mo.) Gazette of the Othiust
The most exciting chase that, perhaps,
has ever roceured in North Missouri.
oocurred on Tuesday, March 1st, in this
vicinity. Ihe people are aware that the
community have been terribly harrassed
and excited over the depredations of the
animal known as the Page county
monster. I now propose furnishing
voir readers with the particulars of the
chase and destruction of the annimal.
The people getting tired of his depreda
tions, it was determined to meet at Eas
ton for the purpose of summarily dispos
ing of the audacious Animal. Therefore,
on the morning in question, quite a col
lection of citizens gathered at Easton to
devise the best means to accomplish the
end. Among the assembly there were
several noted hunters. After a short
consultation it was unanimously agreed
upon to select Mr. Lloyd Moxly. an old
and exiMJiiecced hunter, to lead the
chaso. Mr. Moxly selected his assistant
Mr. Henry Holman. who although
young in years, is old in experience. After
furnishing ourselves with plenty of
whisky and other necessary articles, wc
started on tho pursuit, headed by our
distinguished leader. Takinir a south
westerly direction, we Kon arrived in
the vicinity of the annimal s last depre
dations. It was not long before our
hounds, of which there were about
twnnty, struck the animal's trail, not
far from the Platte river. The hounds
followed the trail at a rapid pace, we
f jllowing in close pursuit on horseback.
until we goi into the heavily timbered
bottom of the river, when we were obliged
to leave our horses and followed on foot.
Away we went, scrambling over logs and
under bruih with 'our indomitable leader
still at the head. As wo could not make
very rapid progress on foot, our hounds
soon left us, but we followed on, guided
by tho sounds of their loud barking.
After some time wc were convinced that
the dogs had brought the beast to a
stand. We kept on stumbling over
bushes for about half an hour, every
minute drawing nearer the dogs, until at
last we came up with them, when, sure
enoush, we discovered the object of our
search backed up against the trunk- of a
large tree and dealing death among our
poor dogs. He had already killed-some
five or six of our best dogs and crippled
several more, The dogs were getting
afraid toapprorch him, but we encouraged
them, in order to induce him to keep his
stand, when our rifles and si i . guns were
brought into play with various success.
Several shots took effect on the auimal,
and several more on the dogs. The
monstei was in a terrible rage, his eyes
fairly flashing fire; woe to the unwary
dog that came within his reach. Mr.
Holman liked to have been killed by ven
turing too near the animal, which made
a furious bound at him, just graziug him
and tearing off his coat; but a well di
rected shot from the famous riGe of our
leader, Mr. Moxly, at the moment,-
ntoppod tho cuiitual'n intncr. " TllO 81)1-
nial in question, which has created so
much consternation .through the north
western part of this State, and a" part of
Iowa, is pronounced by men who know,
to lie a California lion. It is about seven
to eight feet long, about three and a half
feet hiah, and massively built, its shoul
ders being very heavy and mane long.
He had enormous teeth, which he could
use to terrible effect. It is supposed the
skin will be stuffed and sent", to some mu
seum. Tho citizens of this community
should feel particularly grateful to tho
following gentlemen for their efforts in
capturing the monster. The gentlemen
in question are Messrs. Hoxly, Holman
Middleton, Vaughan, Wui. Allen, Gar,
den and others. Messrs Garden and A
len are old hunters, and keep a large
pack of hound. They lost several of
their fine dotes in the encounter.
Apples aud Chip.
One of the elders of the Methodist
Episcopal Church has a son, who in
herited his father' x love for whatever is
comic, and this son returned from school
a few months since with a report of
scholarship below the average.
"Well," eaid hi father, "you've
fallen behind this month, have you?"
"How did that happen?"
"Don't know, sir."
The father knew, if the son did not.
He had observed a number of dime nov
els scattered about the house ; but had
not thought it worth while to say any
thing until a fitting opportunity should
offer itself. A basket of apples stood
upon the floor. And he said : "Empty
out these apples, and uke the basket
and bring it to me half full of chips."
Suspecting nothing, the son obeyed.
"And now "he continued, "put those
apples back irJo the basket."
When half the apples were replieed,
ths son said :
"Father, they roll off. I can't put in
"Put 'em in, I tell you."
Hut, father. I can t put them in."
M'ut them m:
can't put them in.
No. of course you
Do vou expect to
fill a basket half full of chips and then
fill it with apples? You Kai l you didn't
know why you fedl behind at school ; and
I will tell you. Your mind is like that
basket. It will not hold more than so
much. And here you've been, the past
month, filling it up with chip dirt dime
The boy turned on his heel, whistled,
and said, "whew! I see the point."
Not a dime novel has been setn in the
house from that day to this.
AtcblMoa naC !VvbraU Fallrond.
The work on this road is progressing.
We are informed by Hen. G. W. Gliek,
President of the road, that ties are now
ready for a little more than one-half the
road from this city to ths Nebraska State
line. The ties that have been got out
are all, or nearly all, near the line of the
road ; so that when the track-laying com
mences, the ties can be loaded on the
construction train without the expense of
handling again. Laborer are stiil at
work getting out ties, and are turning
out from three to four hundred every
day. Track-laying will tommenee in the
spring, and it cannot b? many month?
until the iron horse will be making d airs
trips from St. Louis to White Cloud
without crossing the Missouri river.
Atchipon, (A'iw. ) Patriot.
They say that ft3' young Radicals in
Paris have sworn to avenge tke death of
ictor Noir, in case merely nominal pun
ishment should be inflicted on Prince
Pierre Najoleon. They propose to
challenge the Prince successively, un?il
one of them succeeds in killing him. In
case the Prince should refuse to uied
them "in the field of honor," they will,
! by turn, watch for b'ta on the street:?,
1 and insult him in public.
THE I' A
To restrain stock from running at large
.L - .J. . . ! V 1
in me rsuno oi eorasK.
Sec. 1. Pc it atue.ted the Ijrjisla
tnre.ot the Mate, of torfs.v, 'J hat it
ihall le unlawful for cattle, horses.
mules, .sheep, swine and other stock to
run at large at any seasou of the vear
in the State of Nebraska.
Skc. 2. That when any such stock
shall be found on the premises of another,
it frhall be lawful for the owner or ierson
in jxjssession of said premises to impound
said stoek, and if the owner of said'stock
can be found, and is known to it, taker
up, it shall be the duty of said taker up
to notify him within two days by pen
sonal service, or by leaving a written no
tice at his usual place of residence with
some person of his family over the age of
fourteen years, of the taking up of sai
stock, describing it, and requiring him
forthwith to take said stoek, after making
7ull payment of the damages and costs
fo its taker up. In case the owner is
not known to the taker up of said stock, f
he shall advertise the same lor lour con
secutive weeks in the newspaper pub
lished in the county and of general cir-1
culation, or in case no newspaper be pub
lished in a id county, then in a weekly
paper published hi the State and of eerie
ral circulation in the county. Such no
tice shall minutely describe the animals,
and also state the date of taking up
Provided the icrsoii injured by thetres-
Kass may recover his damages by a suit
efore a justice of the peace if he w
Sec. 3. In case the parties cannot
agree as to the amount of damages and
oosts, each party may chose a man, and
in case cither party refuse so to choow a
man, then the nearest justice of the
peace of the county shall chocsc a man
instead, and in case the two men chosen
cannot agree, they shall choose a third
mau who, after being duly sworn for the
purjKi.se, the three, or a majority of them,
shall proceed to assess the damages, pos
sessing tor that purpose the general
oK0r of arbitrators; and the said arbi
trators shall make an award in writing,
and their decision shall be final, from
which there shall be no appeal by cither
party, a copy of which awa.'d shall be
filed with the nearest justice of the peace
in said county, and shall operate as a
judgment at law, and execution shall is
sue at the request of the party in whose
favor said award was found, for the col
lection of damages ami costs, as in other
Sec. 4. And if the owner fail to ap
pear and pay all damages and costs as
aforesaid to the taker up after two days'
notice of such decision, the taker up
shall have full power and authority to
sell trespassing animal or animals, by
giving fifteen days' notice by posting up
three written notices in three of the most
public places in the precinct, of the time
and place of sale of the animal or ani
mals, or so many thereof as shall be suffi
cient to pay all damages and costs arising
by virtue of such taking up and sale,
and the surplus, if any, tobe paid t the
said justice, to be held by him subject to
the order of the owner of said stock so
Sec. f,. No assessment or collection
shall be made mid r the provisions of
this roc lor damages done on uncultivated
lands, unless said hinds lie surrounded by
a strip of breaking or plowed ground at
least one rod wide; Provided. That
Douglas county be exempted from the
provisions of this section.
Skc. ft. Any person or persons who
shall by force, .-tealth or intimidation ob
tain possession of any stock taken up or
impounded under the provisions of this
act, or cause the same to be done con
trary to the provisions of this act, shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
subject to a tine of not less than five and
not more than one hundred dollars, and
bo liable to arrest, trial and conviction
sis in like eases of misdemeanor ; provided
that -he following counties be exempted
from the operation of this act, to-wit:
Dodge, Dakota. Cedar, Dixon. L'Kau-quil-Court.
Hall, Merrick,' IJuffalo,
Pawnee, Platte, all of Cass except
"Weeping Water and Louisville prcL-inets"-and
provided further, that the following
precincts be also exempt from the opera
tion of this act, to-wit : Pent, Brown
ville, Nemaha City, Aspinwall, St. Der
oin air! -Kenton precincts, in Nemaha
c.unty; uiverside. J Jecature, Silver
Creek", Arizona, Tekama precinct in
Part county ; Pa pillion, Pelleveue and
Fa Irview precincts, in Sa'py eoun'y : and
a strip of five miles wide in Washington
county, bordering on tho Missouri ltiv
er. Provided, The operation of this act
shall be in forcejn the following precincts
only between sunet arid sunrise, to-wit:
Four-iaile, Uelniont, Otoe, Nebraska
City, and that part of Wyoming east of
the range line between range twelve and
thirteen in the county of Otoe.
Sec. 7. This act shal" take effect and
be in force from and after its presage.
Approved March 4th, 1S7U.
State of Nehraska, 1
I, Thomas P. Kcnnard, Secretary of
the State of Nebraska, do hereby certify
that I have carefully compared the fore
going copy of "an act to restrain stock
from running at large in the State of Ne
braska," passed by the Legislative As
sembly of this State, during the seventh
session thereof, and approved by the
Governor the fourth day of March, 1870,
with tb " jriginal rolls on file in this office,
and that the same is a true and perfect
copy of said act.
In tastimouy whereof, I have hereunto
set uiy hand and affixed the Great Seal
of the State of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln, this sixteenth dav
of March, A. D. 1870.
T1I0S. P. KKXXAUD,
L S.J Secretary of State.
The l'e orikitblUnds.
A writer sucgests thai it would be a
thing for men and women were
thev taught in childhood to use their
left hand eqally with their right. The
use of the right hand only for certain
actions, such as writing and working
with medical tools, is entirely conven
tional ; and there does not appear to b
any reason why people should not be
ambidexter in every kind of manual
work. Persons who have lost their
right hand by accident frequently acquire
great facility with the left, after some
practice , but grown-u-p.-rsons have not
always the patience to betake themselves
toth necessary practice. By children
the thing would be acquired insensibly,
if means wf re taken to lead theni to the
practice of it. Children living in houses
where two languages are spoken acquire
both with great facility ; and what is
true of tongue would be equally so of
Every young man is eagerly askim? the
i lost wy of getting on in life. The
j Bible gives a very lrief answer to the
question : "Walk in the way of good
j men, and keep the paths of the riht
i eous." Many books of advice an 1 di
I rection have beeu written, but that is the
i git of them all.
TJIUK8DAY, MARCII 24, IS70.
Bryant Cohh, .tdministrator of the ctate of
Wn.li. W. Cobb. aK.iin-t Jioni s II. Tlinuind:
IN pJirsiiHin-o of and by virtueof u decree ot the
.District Court of tlie Second Judicial District,
wuhin and lor Cat's rouol.v. Nebraska, made in
tiiunbove entitled cause, and bearing date the
bth day of November. A. 1). IN IP. I wiMoficrtor
Milo at public auction, to the hishst bidder fur
cash, at the from door of the Court ilouro.in the
city of Platt-moutb. Ca.-n county. Xcb.. on the
11th day of March, A. 1. lSTtl, at. one o'clock
Pi in of said day. the following decril.'d real
estate, to wit: 1 hcmulueast quarter (! , ol sec
tion No. thirty i.") township No. eleven (11)
north of rango No. thirteen (Ml. east of the
."ixth principal meridian, situate in Ca.s county,
Nebraska, to be iM as the property of said de
fendant. James M. Thomas, to satisfy said decree,
thu amount bf which is SimVi 00 and interest on
the same from the date of said decree, at the rate
of 10 per cent, per annum, and cost of suit
niujuntiiig to $12 'i and cost of sale. '
J. W. JOHNSON.
Sheriff Cass Countv. Neb.
Stbvkxsok Sc 1Iatwbd, 4tt'ysfor plaintiff.
Madison C- Monicr,
Elizabeth A. M osier, defendant
Elizabeth A. Mosier. non-resident defendant
will take notice that Madison C. Mosivr. of tho
county of Cass nnd Mate of Nebraska, did
on the 21st day of February, a. i. 1S70. file hi
petition for Iivorc in the Dit-trict Court if the
'.'I Judicial District of the State of Neb., and for
Cans- County, axaiust the aid Eliibarth A.
M'sier, vbartfiiiK her (defendant) of wilfully
abandoning him. without good cause, for more
than two years lust past, and praying that he
may be divorced from the said Elizabeth A. Mo
sier, defendant : and the said Elizabeth A. Mo
sier. is notified that she is required to ni.nciir unit
Answer said petition on or before tho 11th day of
Alni. .-v. v. i8u, or uucree win be entered ac
cordingly. i latcd February 24tli. 1870.
, MADISON C. MOSIER.
VTlLLITT I'oTTESGKa. att'j' for plaintiff.
of Wm. K. W,
administrator of the estate
Cobb, against Robert A.Chand-
JN punuiance of and ny virtue of a decree of
tke .District Court, of the Second Judicial Dis
trict, within and for Cass County, Nebraska,,
male in the above entitled ause, and bearing
rtattthc 6th dHy of November. A. D. lS'j'.i : I
will offer for sale at public auction to the high
est bidder, for cash, at the front door of the
Court House, in the city of I'lattsuiouth, Cas
county. Neb., on tho- :h day of March. A. D.
lsVl) atl o'clock, p. in. of said day the following
tlcs-jibed real estate, to wit:
Tie southwest ,uarter (V of Section No.
fifteen (! Township No. ten north of range NT,
tvc'vc 1-V cast of the sixth principal meridian,
situite in Cass PoCiity, Neb. To be sold a? tho
proiorty of Robert A Chandler to satisfy said
devise, the amount of w hich is c"-,0- UU. and
intevst ou the same from tho date of said de
cree at tlie rate of ten per cent, pet annum, and
costs of suit, amounting to S15 93 ."cd cost of
J. W. JOHNSON7.
Sheriff Cuss county. Neb.
Stfvesson- Ihvu.iRU, Atty's for plaintiff,
A. I. Barker, non-resident, defendant, will
takeiotice that David 5jmson, on the 1-Sth day
of Jaiuary. A. D. 1S70. filed his petition in the
Distri-t Court of the Second Judicial District of
the Mate of Nebraska, within and for Cass
CoanV. The object and prayer of said petition
is tootain a judgment for the .sum of two hun
dred md fifty dollars, as due on a promissory
note ihted Sept. 'JO. is.-s. due one itay alter latc,
eallinr for the sum of Sl-"J: paid on same April
17. ISiJ. ii'sj; April Si, lstH. Sll: with interest
from 3d day of April. lsiHl: said note was paya
ble tol L. Wise it n-1 assitne I to plaintiff : that
on tht l'ith day of February, 1870. the said David
SaiuMn caused an order of uttaehment to be
issuei: by the Clerk of said Court, and did cause
the IWlowins real estate to be attached, to wit:
Lot line !) in block number sixty-five li5. and
lot unci in block two hundrcd-aii 1 twenty-one
(21), is designated upon the recorded plat of
the :ifc- of Plattstnouth. Cuss cunty. State of
Nebnka, the same beiujr the property of de
fend.irt ; and the said A. li. Darker is required
to jnveron or before the ISth day of April. A.
.By T. M. .MiRgum.
incllw5t Att'y for plaintiff.
Adolrfi Cohen, vs. T. D. Crook, and A. ft. White.
A. (srdner & Co.. vs. 'i'. D.Crook and A. .
Whie and W. C. Berry. Jr., Co. vs T D Crook,
and 1 White Execution
N O'lCE is hereby given that I will offer for
sal at public auction, fcr cash down, at the
front our of the court house in the city of l'latt
niou't Cass county. Nebraska, on the 'Jieh day
nfMarh. A D 1S70, at one o'cloc k. in of said
day th following real estate, to wit: The north
east qarter of the northeast quarter I''l of
Sectio No twenty-seven (27) in township No
twelvd-1 north of range No thirteen (l;ti, east
oftlnsixth principal meridian, situate in Cass
count. Nebraska, taken ns the property of said
deft-riant. A (S White, on three executions, to
wit: oein favor of Adolph Cohen, one ni favor
of A iardner.V. Co. and the oilier in favor of W
C Bory, Jr. Co, all issued by the Clerk of the
Dispct Court within and lor the county of
I II. Kin the State of Nebraska, and tome direc
ted t Sheriff of Cass county. Neb.
tiivn under my hand. thi lth day of Fc!
ruar. A 1MS70.
J W JOHNSON.
Sheriff of Cass county. Neb.
sTr.sn- A IIath jlko, Atty's for plaintiffs.
Brvai Cobb, Administrator of the estate of
Wu K. W. Cobb, against Charles W. Hill:
IN rsuance of and by virtueof a decree of the
Diirict Court of the Second Judicial Dist
rict, ilhin and for Cuss county. Nebraska., made
in tliiabove entitled cause, and bearing date
the 111 day of November. lxtSli. I will offer for
sale, i pnblio auction, to the hiKhcst bidder, for
ca-h.l the front door of the Court House, in
the ev of l'lattsnionth, Cass county. Neb, on
the "h day of March. A. D, 1S70, at one
o'cloc. p. in., of sai 1 day, the following de
scribe real estate. to wit: The northeast
qnart' .'' section No: thirty f'SG) in township
Nil.; even north of range No. thirteen east
of the ixth 1. M.. situate in Cass county, Ne
brask: To be sold as the property of said
deieui ill. Charles W. 1 1 ill. tosatisly said decree,
the aount of which is Si.fk") 00 and interest
on thi-une from the date of said docree at the
rate oi l per cent, per annum, ami cost of suit,
amontis to 81a W and costs of sale.
I Sheriff. Cass county. Nebraska
STEtxsos lliVKAUu, Atty.it lor plaintiff,
Alvin. Daniels, riaintiu", )
' VS. f
Theoie Williams, defendant. )
Thcioro Williums defendant, a non-resident
of thetafeof Nebraska, will take notice that
Alvin. Dnniels did. on the l.'.th day of March,
A. D.iy. tile bis petition in the District Court
oftheecond Judicial District of the State of
Nebr.ia. within and fur Cass county, against
the saj Theodore Williams, defendant, setting
forth tit the said Theodore Williams gave a
niortgte to one Henry H- Oberhaltzcr. on the S
W li Sec 1. T 12. N of K 12. U of the lith P
M. in tii said county of Cass, to sccuro the pay
ment 11:211.1 i, according to a certain prouiiosory
note rorred to in said mortgage, and that on the
17th da;..!" December, ls.s. the said H. 11. Ober
haltzcr uiy assigned said note and mortgage to
the p.ii.l lvin 15. Dai. ielsv plaintiff, mid praying
thatthonid Theodore Williams may pay said
sum nohiiined to be due, amounting to the
sum of $-l.t)il with interest on thesainc from the
20th daf August. A. D. l.V.i, at the rate of 40
fier center annum: and the said Theodore Wil
iams is ltilicd that he U required toapi carand
answer sil petition on or beiore the 11 th day of
April. A. 1S70, or decree will be entered ac
cordingly ALVIN B. DAME S.
WiLLEl Pottkxgkr, att'y for plaintiff.
v SOruer oi sale-
N'oticc thereby given that, by virtue of a
dccMof the District Court of the Second
.Tudieiuryjistriet. witliiu and foi Cass county.
Ncbraskiuendered at the November term. A.
1. lSo'J. ai on the 6th day of Norember A. D.
1SJ&. I w. offer for sale at public auction at
the front dr of the Court House iu PI otsmouth
on MondathelSth day of April A. D. ls7o. at
10 o'clock in., of said day, thu following real
estate, to-f t :
The tin tided one half of tho west half
fwl of lot i. twelve in block no. twenty
seven (27)ltheCity of l'lattsmouth. Cass county
Nel.raska.cretofoie attiM-hed as tho property
of the saidefendant, David Pcaree.
tiiveu ukt uiy htid this 15th day of March.
170. j . M. W.JuHNSoN. Sheriff.
marlTw.i of Caw county, Nebeaska.
(Suceefcrs to Kitcr, Fairlie .t Monell.)
Bilk Cock Manufacturers,
Engrairs & Lithographers,
Bookselers and Publishers,
ClJ.NCiL 2LUFFS, IOWA.
George M. Hale, plaintiff.
John E. Kinir. defendant
Johu King defendant, non-resident of th State
ot Nebraska, will take notice that Grorcc M
Hale did on the22d day of February A. D. Is7-lile
ins petition iu the District Court ot the Second
Judicial District of the State ol Nebraska, within
and for Cass County against the said John E.
King, det'endeut. setting forth that tlie mid
Johu E. King gave a mortgage to the Miid
George 51. Hale on the west S of the utb
cast !-4 aud the east l of the south west i ot
section 4 town. 1 range 11 east of the Sixth
P. M. in said county of Cass, to secure the
payment of S2"i0 according to a certain
note referred to in said mortgage and pray
ing that said John E. King may pay a balance on
said note a sum now claimed lo be due amount
ing to 320D. and interest on the same from the
2Sih day of July a. P. IStiO at the rate of 40 per
cent, per annum, or that said premises may be
sold to pay the same and the said John E. King
is notified that he is required to appear and an
swer said petition on or before the 11th day of
April, a. n. 1S70. or decree will be entered ac
cordingly. Dated February 24 1S70.
G OKGE M. HALE, laintiff.
Wii.t itt PoTTisoKtt, att'y for Plaintiff.
In " District Court, Second Judicial District
within and for Cass County .Nehrnska,
Wslter D. Green
o Walter I). Green, non-resident defcnd-int.
you are hereby notified that James McNurlan
ou tho 22d day of February, 1S70, tiled bis peti
tion in the office of the Clerk of the District
Conrt of - the Second Judicial District,
within and for Cass county. Nebraska,
the object and prayer of which is to ob
tain a decree of foreclosure of a certain mort
gage on tho northeast quarter of section 131,
f. 11. narth of range I t east, in Cass County.
Nebraska, and accompanying noto executed by
you on thefith day of August 1SA8 and delivered
to Asher Edgcrton, jr.. aud calling for the
sum of S2S0 one year from the date thereof,
with interest from maturity at the rate
of 40 per cent, per annum. Said note
and mortgage were duly assigned to plaintiff on
the 2tith day of October 1SS. There is now due
on said note and mortgage the sum of 82So with
interest thereon at tho rate of 40 per cent, per
annum from the (Ith day of .August 1V'J and
praying that suid defendant be required to pay
said sum. interest and costs. by aday to bo named
by the CourUor that said pre ises may be sold to
satisfy the amount so found due.
You are required to aDswer said petition on
or before the 11th day of April 170.
by Maxwell A CitArMAK, att'ys.
William J. Hyatt)
Hasley Arnold, )
XJoticeis hereby given that I will offer for
it Sale at Dllblio auction at the rr.inlrinnr f h
Court House in the city of Plattsinotitb Cass
county. Nebraska; on Monday the ISth day of
April A. U. lSiOat lOoVlock A. u. of sa ul Ha
:-ie ionowing ucai instate. to-wiU The undivi
ded oil "-third (':', of Lot No. four (4) in Block
No. thirty-twC ;'2) the undivided one third K)
of Lot No. thirteen U- i" Block No forty-seven
(47) and the undivided one third (I f.) of lot No.
one (1) in block No. forty (4();and 'hejundivided
one third J. of lot No. nine 9 In bloCC No.
onehundred and sixty-seven (l!7anl the undi
vided one third (J;) of lot No. twelve li) in
block No one hundred and sixty-eight fltih) and
tho undivided one thin! of lot No. nine ill) in
block Noone hundred and seventy-three (173)
and the undivided one third nf lot No. twelve(12)
in block No. one hundred and thirty-six ( l.li'il
all being situate in the city of I'lattsmouth. Cass
county. Nebraska, and as designated upon the
recorded plate of said city, and taken as the
property of Ha Isey Arnold on mi execution in
favor of Wilium J. Hyatt, issued by the Clerk of
the District Court of the county of Cass and to
in directed as Sheriff of said count..-.
Given underlay hand this 10th day of March
A. D. 1870. J. W. JOHNSON. Sherifi.
ofCass county Nebraska.
Wali.ett Pottexger, Plffs. Atty.
FEED. KAI.E AND
MAIN STREET, fLATTSUOt'TH, MKB.
I am prepared to accommodate the public rnth
IIorrs, Currietgr. I7gpjirt ami A -iV. 1 ur,
on short notice and reasonable terms. A Hack
will runt. teamboat landing.andte all par
of the city wneu eired.
Weeping Water, Neb.
HATS. CAPS. BOOTS.
PINK AND COTTON WOOD LUMBER.
SHINGLES AND LATH.
We are Agents for ,
Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine,
which is andoubtedly the
Machine now in
Weeping Water Jrlilb
Farmers, go where you ean get Ui baft Flour,
and the uiot of it.
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR
given in exchage for goad w
We are also doing grist r . and. with our
increased facilities, feel assured that we can give
the best and most Flour of any in the Slate.
Produce Bought and Sold.
HIGHEST MARKET TRICR PAID.
Reed 6i Cliuteit
AND DEALER IX
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
GOLD TENS, SPECTACLES,
VIOLIN STRINGS AND
doors west of
e Old Stand.
Main Street, twe
dot. 10 w tf.
BUTTERY 4 I.AZENBY, JirOJ'S.
LIVERY SALE & EXCHANGE.
r-The b'Stof Hordes and Bugriesouhard.ttt
Comer Vine and Fourth .-treets.
I'lattsmouth Nebrt .ka.
O. F. JOHNSON,
Perfumeries, Hair Oils,
A.XD ALL TUB
Prescriptions carefully compounded by an ex
Remember the place, onposito Clark A Plutu-
mer s. i'latlsinouth. rtcbraska. aun nlS
says of Weeping Water.
Extract from X.cttcr to
"As I wa telling you. my dear Mrs. Grundv,
I came on my mule to Weeping Water in a sadly
dilapidated condition rn hat, boots coat
stockings in short, destitute of all those con
venient appurtenances which ornament a well
dressed man having been deprived of all by
the merciless savages, who even took my cigar
Thinking that I might in that flourishing town
obtain a second-hand blauket. I rode up to
HIJ HIP ISIZO&S
store, and hitching uiy mule ly the ears to a
large freight wagon loaded with goods for the
I'lattsmouth retnil trade. I ertered. Judge ol
my surprise wl.cn I was promptly met and
offered a complete outfit, from a pair of stub
toed boots to a goose-ijuill toothpick, for tho pal
try sum of nine dollars and sixty-two and one
half cents, the 'J.1 j cents being I he profits ou the
goods. If you want anything in the
miscellaneous line, cull on them, and if you don't
see what you want usk for it. I would remark
hero that they are generous. liberal, good look
ing and truthful to a fault."
REMEMBER THE PLACE
ESV2PIR B KERY!
Third Street, South of Kain,
Pies, Cakes, Cheese
and Sweet Crackers.
kept on band at all times.
nl"t GUTIIMAN A IICBERTV.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
Situated on Four Mile Creek 4'i miles uorth
west if I'lattsmouth. 1 mile from the l'lalle riv -er,
and three-fourths of a mile from the line
the B. A M. R, R.. aud known as the glockion
farm, containing 2SU acres of choice land, left
acres of which is bottom land, about tea acre
arc timber and about ninety acre iu grunt, the
balance in grain and under fence. L'pon the
premises is a double cabin, lr.mic barn 20x.'S0 foet
with stone basement, stables mnd other out
buildings, an orchard, plenty of stock water, a
never failing well, a good school house: also 6
acres of timber land in Sarpy county, near ths
mouth of the Platte river.
Enquire at the premises or of the'snbseriber
in Saunders Co. Neb. M. STOCKING.
Plattsmouth, Aug. 5 tf.
manulaclurcr ol ail kinds of
Farming B 125 losnonts.
Such as the celebrate! Rod Breaking Plow,
Mould Board Breakers. Stirring Plow. Single
and Double Shovels. Cultivator and Harrows.
Repairing doue on short notice. All work war
ranted. Having had ir;ui h experience in the business,
I feel assured that I can givo general satisfac
tion. Please give me a call before purchasing
elsewhere. . E. F0RU1'.
Plattsmouth. Neb.. May & S67.
FOR fi.-V.. OR REIVT
The undivided half--or tha whole if desired
ltOVK r.L UFfH 'UlfST AXD SA Y MILL:
24-horse power agine anil boiler. 2 pair of 3 foot
burrs. ;V inoh circular saw. two Ftory mill house,
3nxifcet; everything in good running order.
GOOD DWELLING HOUSE.
of four rooms and cellar. For particulars en
sure of. C. SaiLUNTJJ,
arrlf.J Kock Bluffs. Cues county. Neb
Fruit Trees For Sale.
With near Twenty yeara e xperience in fruit
growing aud Nursery liusinss in Ionra, and
recent observatious in Cuss eouutv. NeS T
j satisfied that with the risht varieties an? iro-
piTrariiniu cau suooesiuny rni.-cine apple and
cherry. Intake the apple and cherrv asu.cialirw
I and will S':l nil orders with hnrdy varieties.
Orders mar Le left with Win. Eikenbc rrv. two
I miles uuth tf l'lattsuioutb, or with Dr. W. S
! Iatta. at flock I-lufls. 1 will furnish them at
the follow li; prices:
Ari'LKS l wo and a half to tbrte and n half
feet high lUrts: 3 to 4 feet hi;i l-Jjco; ihrvc
year old 4 to a feet high 'i-xit.-'; I tttifcct llUois;
Siberian Crab :5 to 5 feet '-ti:
CwtaaiBsi May Cherry 3 to 5 feet i'Vcts ch:
Deliverel free ofehargc on the cars at Fair
field. Jefferson county Iowa. A moderate charge
made for the material for boxes.
R. M. MOVER. Baker.
fcblTv. tf. Jeff'-r:on county, Iuwa.
rMTJA'G PL.1TTSMO U TH
vriLLFIND ilOonsTUhlXi: ACCOM XOV
TlUJN AX XHi;-.
Farmer's Feed. Stable
Corner of Sinb aad Vino ffHv One Blork
North tftlio l'rebyteruiu Church. 1'UtUnn ulh.
BATES A DcGARM'X Vrt',
O. A. DERIir.
OTTt'.MWA Ml' O t'.
0. A. DERBY & CO., ;
Wholesale and Retai
Our motto is quick sales and small profits.
IVorlh Side .Tin in Strcvt,
(Between Second and Thin!)
The Dm llnglon JLTIiMsourl
River Kail Ilond,
In connection with tiro
CTiittg, PrTiiifton A Qntiiqj R. fi
Offe tuthejeopTof I'lattsmouth, and all lLa
portion oi .M-orarka lying
SOUTIf OF TIIK riiATTK,
the most direct. acJ the btssl Roate t the 'nut
tern, Sntrtfi Kastern. and Northern States.
Passengers desirincto travel Injuriously should
take the Atlantic Express, which iuiis through
to Chicago withont change of Cars, equipped
with elegant Day Coaches. Pullmua's l'uuio-t
Day aud leepiug Coaches, and
Pullman's Dining Cars.
In addition to the fael thut this is the dirvrs.
route by which time may be saved in ruachlag
any point in the Eastern or Middle States, it may
truthfully be said that it possesses the best Irnrk
and the finest equipment of any Western l ine,
ensuring to the passenger
Speed, Suftlij and Comfort
Rates always as LOW as the LOWEST. Bur
gage cheeked through to any point East.
C. E. PERKINS. Gen. Supt.
A. fc. TOLALIN, Gcu. I'asscngcr Agent,
A GOOD CHANCE
GOOD BARGAIN !
Havinr completed th rJ:ttin and reeonlinsr
of my (Dukk'ki Addition to thti City ul' I'latts
mouth, I um now prepared toseil
in the Addition at reasonable rate. Terms are
one half curb down; the other half payable iu
one year, at ton per cent, interest per annum ,
from dato of pun-base until paid. To be secured
by luurtgHge en the property.
Donation to Churches.
I will give to tho following religious denomi
nations, viz :
To the Baptist Church, lot 12 in blork 27 !
To tho Congregational Church, lot "Jo in block
To the Methodist Church, lot 1 in block 1J;
To the Catholic Church, lot ( in block oO;
To the Episcopal Church, lot 1 in block W:
To the Presbyterian Church, lot 1 in block ZI;
To the Christian Church lot 12 in block ;
To the Lutheran Church lot 1 in block
in my Addition to the City of Ptiittsmoulh. upon
the following' conditions, vii: That tuey rhall
erect ou said lots, as above donned, a suitable
building for public worship, within five yean
from this dato; and. in case of tulure on the
part of said Church or Churches to comply with'
above condition, then and iu that case the
lot or lots shall revert to me.
6. DL KU ,
Donation to Public Schools.
I hereby donate for the use of Public District
Schools. Lot 10 in Block 6. on the north side of
Main street, and Lot lo in Block on the south
side of Main street, in uiy addition to the City
1 Plattsmouth. . DIKE.
5,000 Acres of Land for Sale
in this county. Also, Houses and Lots in this
city, at low prices.
Particular attention riven t the buying ana
selling of real estate, examining title., and pay
ing taxes for non-residents. S. DI KE.
teal Ertato Agent.
Lot for Ten Dollars.
I will sell to parties des irous of building and
improving, any of the lots in the subjoined list .
in my addition to I'lattsmouth. at ten dollars
per lot, under the following conditions, vix:
The person piirchiiking will bo required to
build on the lot purchased a dwelling bouse of
the following dimensions, to-wit: Tho bouso -to
be not less than 14x24 feet, with story not
lower than 8 foet. The frame must be good and
auh.U.uliH-1; house well idiingied; four, latum
either of brick or stone. There must be a kitch
en, of not less than 10x14. Iiuillipg must bn
completed on or before January 1st. l-To. Will
give a bond for a deed to the rnu-iy who buys aa
soon a" purchase is inadc.anil upon complying
with the alxive conditions, will give a good aud
sulhciciil Warranty Deed.
Selections ruuy bo nia4e from the accompany
Lou . and S in block 3: Lot in block 4; Lot
14 in Llock 12; Lot Sin block 1S Lot I'' in
block !): Lots 2. 9 and 14 in block Ul : Lot i io
block 22; Lots t and 8 in block 21: Lots 5 and
11 in block .ni; Lot 5 in block 2. : Lots 1:1 and 17
in block s-. Lots 4anI7 ia bloik'JV; Lot 2 in'
S. DI KE.
PlatUncu't. Aua.CCif. OCce in Co art liouao
ImproTed Farm and Tim
ber For fialc-
. The farm is about 20 mites we.-t from Platls
douth. 2 miles west of Hoover's, on the Staa
.-oad. acres I'jts bcuu iu cultivation a lo
ton-"-upon it. and plenty f Mock wirier; it is
louthwos of suction Si. town 12. range J 1 l"st
acres, and connoctcd with it is lot 7 and miuth
east ;i of euuthea. t of section -jo. vUui town:
and range. timber ts and -oii acres, mxkiug
J.' and sJ0-l'J0 aorts. Also, the northwest of
northwest M of section 24. town. 70. range 44. in
Mill county. Iowa, due east from PUttsmouth
and one m:Ie from the river, hivy timber. For
terms ad lru I. U. SOLOMON.
tnay2Stf. Glen wood. Iowa.
F. P. 1 ODD. AGENT,
PLATTSMO Ul If . EBn.lSKA
A good as-ortment of M.icliiu. on hand,
als keep 'Mi l cad. Oil. Needles. Ac.
Machines to rent bv the loonih.
CvOBlee North -rido'M iintren. with 11 unbtirg
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