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Tlifc FictaHASKA HERALD
8 ll'illliiHW rVJUCELT BX
li 0 HATHAWAY,
KDlTiiR AND PROPRIETOR.
f;ffce corner Main en J Second slrec. seo-
Tri.3 : VToc'rly, fi.00 per annum if paid ia
Ci-sj it not paid in advance.
r.r.rcnJ.M AX state coxvcvritiar
A Borublictri ?itie Convention will be held
tt ths City of Lin-oln. on Wednesday, the 10th
uy of A'.s i t. 1570. ai 10 o'clock, a. sr., for the
purpo e cf pl'i- i'ig in nomination one candidate
lor M ".V r ofCi.iitr-s.', J9 candidate for Mem-
her of ('nfr?s i;-.i;inj-nt, candidate for Gov
error, i'e-rcmry of Stat. Treasurer. Superin-
tee'ent of P-aVic Induction. State Prison In
)f t a id Attorney tlen'ral, and forthe trans
action of su-.-li other business as may properly
)i:r. bcibra the Cn veatiun. The delegates
jir-tf.it fnra each Jn-l:ei..l District wi!l nomi
aa'o a H-iita'j per'-in fr District Attorney or
hsir ri-lPi:.vo iislicta.
Toe ctU.us ire entitled te delegate ia the
Coavpiitiou ts follows:
l.an.-n -tcr ..
4 Lincoln - 1
1 1Eau-qui-CourL. 1
1 M dison 1
1 Merrick 1
!) N'-maba. ........11
2 :oe ..... ........11
2 Pawnee ....... 6
-J Plat to .. 3
2 Kn-hardaon -10
.5 Saline.... ... 1
20 Sa.-iy 4
4 Snunl ts. 3
X Seward 3
1 Stanton 1
, 2 Washington 6
4 York 1
It is hoped rv.-ry
ounty will be fully repre-
entcl. as it i all important that rood men be
e'e'.'twlfor the various offices, and that harmony
arevil in their selection,
iy erder of t'.ie Committee.
II. D. HATHAWAY. Chairman.
pLiTTSVdfTH. Neb.. May 27, 1870.
4-I'cr.u'jliean State Papers Please Copy.
3;.:Tl.i'.t. . C'ltXYEXTIOX.
TIito v. ill lie a deleaiite convention of the Re
pu'iliians of C county held at Weeping
i'u;T t n'.U on tho 2ith of July. 1870. coni
incncing ut t!u hour of one o'clock, p. m., for
t!i lr.i i o.'e o! choosing nine delrg ites to repre
ss -i: C-J cjuuty in tUe Republican State Con-Tcntio;-,
to l; held at Lincoln, on the 10th day
.f Arrest. 170. At sjid County Convention
the procincts will Le entiUed to representation
a.- fallows :
R i .k l; l,I.
'r.-! ' is
Wi pina VVaitr
Kithi Mi! tlrove .
H ii !
S..iit'ti bui'l .. -
Tipton . -
I: ii tM-oinmended ih..t the different precincts
h- l ! iii:r prim iry in- etiuga for the election of
dj'en.i'.?''. at ilie uioi.il places of holding election-
in i?ie reipective precincU, at the hour of
2 r!iii. p. u.. a Saturday, the 23d day of
J u :
Ms ordT o. t!i Comniiitre.
ISAAC WILES. Chm'n.
Tl! ro to be a ecticral tardiness
a' i!t fa!:it!i.-i-ouiily outiveiition-", all over
tin" State. It is stout time our friends
in the dillVrctit futilities were naming a
tiiif !r the flection of (ilegafeti to the
St-ife eoiivf ntinn, wlii.li L- t be held on
the truth if nrxt vvnth. Tho time is
not f'..r d;.-tui:t, an 1 one of thereat bul
w...ks ol" a liejiuMifari form of govern
l.r ut. con-c'itJ'jr:t!y of the Republican
pi. ty, i- thts iuet th:i: all itts powers are
1 . iv " f;;yj t li j con -t tit of the gov
c ii d r.M;i!-. s;ref.fd atthebal-
:-"X utrl ft the )iiir. :ry tilting.
Hi .: e v.v u.-fii tur i'ricici-s in the differ
rfit eouiities to not put ofi" the calling of
(j'neiiii-.'ti:; too ia.e. (iive all the no
ti: ' -;:: !t. in ouUt that every Repub
i.i :i iii .y L:i .--v of' tit u)ee:;nr and may
i. e tiine ti- take Lis arransenrents to
. ; -'ve. It' yo-i wa-ill h tve ,rood feel
i:i li - j..ify. ;m 1 vou.J continue to
it.- i he :rtat r:VJi;j;f ot truth
"i!;in cir nriy oi::ta:tation,
! to', i.iil t. h ivo n &rten lance at
;'i jti i:tiy iuc-r ini?-. a it i through
tr.is i'! o-ily 'iiar the will of the peo
ple c.vti te s-ef r';itned.
co i ea : xust pr it s.
Gen. Smith confidence in K.tl ('loud
an I id as.-oi i -itn cliief-i is, we havecvo'
o S.clieve. well founded. It i.s n
f!f 1 illustration of that rrhkh exi-ted
t'i-twejt the hire man nd hi red
' l'r?th;i n of all t:ite rhn hundred of
tlMU-.-iiils ot wntfe men, woman ana
c'i,! Leu t!-aver.'d the Cr-eat l'lains
rljuily uniM-ott ft-d, and with 'rfect
f.; ii, uy to ;:n 1 p iin-rt5'. This was
ff :i Kd jrad t.'reifrlito-, nctnaM.v under
Inii:iri p!v:et!"ii. eros-t'd the I'iains
a,A 1 the iH-ky lontain with the
'm i!c 'i't-lfv apit. Ii was urntual confi
d 'ii. -e iK-tw-n ri wh'te and red nir-n that
tli. it ir,;' e n-, ' tvr-;ive years, unbroken
p. ; v:ih tl.e Iii l;ans a jvaee which
' w e .ii!y intet nr.-tcd when fm-h murd-r-cvi.i
i:!.-i'is t'liivitutoii. an-1 other pi-M!-li'iirderer
an 1 thieve, cheated t'.m
"Venii::"iit of ifj j-oo 1 intt-iitiou-'. and
r-i' ii;-d thi Indian of h'n rightful dttes,
w;ii -h th it mum! t vcrnnieut stipulated,
ini'-. r -ni.vii'i ai-eeiiiCiit pledging ii
f.:i:li li; huM receive.
It i t t i.e -iiHi're'y hoi-cd th-i 'hit
fiitli i;i th In !i:'.n -.vhL-h in Im'ivl G-.n.
Jii'i K. S.u'th to Irn-t hi-i life to the
h ri..r of Re i Clou 1 will ncain shared
l'v the p;o;!e of thrt Ve-t. After the
ferrful d'pre latinns at?d nmr-lr that
have i -n ctnnniitted thi- kind of tvnS
d..fiiH ou;ht t he, ad will he. of .dow
e-owth. but if R.nl Cloud, in le- -eat
le.-:.ti e a -avag can five full f fTei-t to
his mrsn'y purise to compel the Sioux
. to -t retu. ii ) th -ir old re'ifio'i wih the
w:;";:--.. that confidM" will b certain to
l.; iitoiviI. And ichcn restored, if it
ov- -."';i!I ik'. is rh?re a sane wlrtp nrtn
i'i t'! t!:e Tf rrit.uic . is ihre one in !l
N''!,!H i.;i, who will iot acro-j with us
t!ut -u.h a fon tiuiTirtt'OTi wid h an na
tiiixi d Loon to all of u$?
M'lKK TRri'ir WtNTT.D.
S'en itoi-.-i Ti'wycr and Ti:toii, uep--i!!
.Mives Nuckolls and TafTe, and a'l
o-lieii who have ii.fluon-'fi at "vVai hing
tim f-!ii'i;il unite in a dem ind noon (J-ui.
SIioi an i 'he Svr"tsry of War ior
ui'ir" tro-js for the fmnMer. It i all
l'"!'y to r--!v on Red Cloud, or any other
sin.'le chief, or chief-, to prevent the
'-itis-.lers and d.pred itj.ms that arc heinj
to;u.u.:t:l. ir cKftipl", in tho S'.veet
wn:cr co.in'ry. ' lnwevcr irood their di
poiti in. th.y laek il-e power to prevent
the e atro'itie'. What is watiVd is a
l :r-' in -rca of the cavalrv arm. and j
the-e vvntinrn -h'iM secure it before
thev 1-Mve Wa-h:.j;ton.
Tli -i'io" stntiis we clip from tho
O u-tn-t 71'nit-l of l't inst. We can un-
d r. t it I why a lawyer can make either
Fid of a ct--e p'ausilik but we look to
r li'rirr :, T;t'.!j!i? in fruetor wlio shou'd
n 'h -e to p:Mi"'p!c:-. and if they have
14 'h-.-y rh-iii'd -ell "ft to oraelod7
who In . V'h:f'i way'en' the Fl'ntld;
p ' i-v it on lo h ?! of tho TtHian ques-
t'.on? There U 50 njut.di consistency in
the ahovtj it.iwis we want to know if cue
Tff"?! w--e borb of thsai.
tuc 4ru r i.itn-fcot.uair.s
Owing to telegrams from Counc:
Bluffs and Hamburgh the train which
carried the soldiers from this place to
Lincoln was detained here nearly one
hour beyond the time fixed for its dc
parture. In all, perhaps, four hundred
ot the gallant boys in blue went on thei.
way rejoicing, at about 11 o'clock, Thi
delay at this end of the route prevented
the train arriving at the specified time a
the end ot the track Newton, and it
was about 2 o'clock when it t cached
there. Here were any numb rr of car
riage.s and wagons provided by the gen
erous citizens ot Ijincoln, a spiei'iM
Brass Band, the State an! city oifijials.
marshals and flags and ' banners in pro
fusion. Embarking in the transnorta-
tion supplied by the good people of L"n
coin, a short drive over the beautiful
prairie brought us to the famous magic
city of the Plains, our own beautiful
capital. At this point an hours rest was
given tne excursion party, aiter wmcn
the troops were formed in column on the
Public Square, under the oommand of the
Chief Marshal of the day, Gen. S. A,
Strickland, aided by a number of at:
marshals, the troops to the number of
several hundred formed immediately in
the rear of the band and were followed
by the officers of the organization the
Governor of State and other officials in
carriages these were followed by an im
mense concourse of citizens, and the line
of march was taken up to the Capitol,
Arrived there the troops marched in
open ranks on either side of a number of
tables, set immediately ea?t and in the
shade of the Capitol, and most sumptu
ously decked with everything to supply
the wants of the inner man, Ample
justice was done by our hungry
boys to the elegant repast before them
and the bcaatv of Lincoln waited on the
brave of the State smiles, jokes, remi-
niscenses of the past and hearty greet
ings of old comrades made this part of
the entertainment on never to be for
gotton. Presently the sonorous toicc of the
Chief Marshal summoned the troops to
the Representative Hall, where they
were followed by the crowd of beautiful
women and whole fouled citizens of Lin
coln, filling the house and galeriev the
corridors and every nook and crook in the
building to overflowing,
Order having been obtained, His Ex
cellency, Gov, Butler, welcomed the sol
diers in a straight forward and powerful
address, which, though short, was well
timed and well received, Dr, Enos
jowe responded in behalf of the soldiers.
and complimented the State authorities
on tha beautiful appearance of our State
Capital, and the wonderful financial abil
ity they had displayed in erecting all our
public buildings without taxing the peo
ple therefor, Rev, Mr, Davis of Lin
coln, now made a beautiful invocation to
the God of nations, praying that he
might ever embue the guardians and de
fenders of the people with wi-doui and
.atriotism. The ladies of Lincoln fol-
owed with the national anthem, sung
with great taste and receiving long plaud
its from the immense crowd present,
Col, Savage of Omaha, then read the
Declaration of American Independence,
Ilerecited this with a force and eloquence
that roused the patriot! -m of all present
and sat down amid deafening cheers,
The band struck up ''Tho Star Spangled
Banner," and tho chime of many voices
kept tune to the muic, Gen, Living
ston, the orator of tha day, was then in
troduced and commenced the delivery of
his oration, He dwelt eloquently upon
the propriety of the reunion; he touched
feelingly uptn those who were absent by
reason of death, and hoped that so long
as any of the soldies of the Union were
present in Nebraska, they would meet
annually to commemorate the deeds of
the past and drop a tear over tho graves
of those who had gone before, He al
luded to appropriateness of the day, and
dwelt with glowing words upon thespirit
which brought them all together, The
history of the foundation of this free
Government was alluded to as a com
pact between the fathers and the God of
nations, founded upon the expressed
words of the Declaration. He stated
we had triumphed then against the most
powerful nation of -the earth, because
our cause was just. He alluded to the
cause of the rebellion, and showed with
clearness and an eloquence that was re
ceived with deafening cheers, that Lib
erty is incompatible with Slavery, the
progress of slavery was briefly reviewed
and when the slave power appealed to
the sword, as an arbiter against the ver
dict of the American people, he showed
clearly that the same God who gave vie
tory to the fa:hers for the good of man
kind in the days of the revolution again
stood by the principles of Liberty, and
finally overthrew the slave power.
He spoke with great feelins upon the
unselfish aud self-sacrificing spirit of the
martyrd emancipator, Abraham Lincoln.
Cheer upon cheer followed his a!lusiii to
this great and good niau; and when he
dwelt with all the eloquence of a soldier's
heart upon the great war hero of the re
bellion the man who had never taken a
backward step the tanner of Galena
the boys fairly went wild with enthusi
asm, and even the ladies waved their
handkerchiefs. The peroration' was
very fine, burning with patriotism and a
holy feeling of trust in the God of Na
tions. The speaker closed amid tumult
Col. Champion S. Cha?c, of Omaha,
then read Oliver ITendell Holmes' poem,
-The Good Ship Union." This fine
piece was rendered with great force and
received with rapturous apolause. The
whole eoDotrarm then joined ia the fa-j
mous song "Rally round the Flag," led
bv the Union choir of Lincoln, amid the
waving of handkerchiefs, swinging of
hats and the fluttering of flags the
whole audience standing. It was a grand
ovation to the flag we all love so dearly.
Immediately after this the audience
was dismissed, the soldiers only remain
ing to elect the officers for the ensuing
year. The election resulted as follows :
President, Cel. R. II". Furnas Vies
Presidents, Col. C. S. Chase. Col. Ilar
lin Baird, Sergeant Td'tu. UoodrufT;
Committee of arrangements Capt. Nev
ill of Omaha, Chairman; OiatorGen'l.
S. ,A. Strickland. One memlter from
each county was then elected to form the
executive committee Thor-e names we
did not succeed in obtaining, but will
give them as scon as ascertained. The
following resolutions were adopted :
1st. The next Re-union to take place
2d. The Executive Committee to name
3d The State LegWtJttwe' t be me
morialized for appropriation to defray
expenses of Re-union.
4th Congress to be mmorialized for
condemned cannon, to erect a monument
at Omaha in commemoration of the
noble dead soldiers of tho State.
5th. A Constitution and Rules for
government of organization to be re
ported at next meeting.
In the evening the beauty and gal
lantry of the State were fairly repre
sented at a magnificent ball and banquet,
and old Sol peeping over the edge of the
eastern praines, found the happy dauc-
crs still enjoying themselves.
Taking the Re-union all in all we feel
it to have been one of the happiest
events in the history of Nebraska; and
it is a pleasure to lis to acknowledge the
very general expression of delight and
satisfaction which all expressed who par
ticipated in the affair. He wish the
boys many more just such Re-unions.
Long may they wave.
We understand that Hon. P. W.
Hitchcock and a gentleman fiom Beat
rice recently vi.-ited the southern part of
Cass and the northern part of Otoe
counties and made a general distribution
of the Srate offices. It was real mag
nanimous to Cass and Otoe counties, but j
then wc are not so certain that these spe
cial localities are entitled to all the offices.
I: wiil be all riht, of course, if the bal
ance of the State agrees to the arra'ue
went. ?:!y. we leH a iittie iiurraa
that they did not stop nd see us here at
. . . L . . i . I 'LI 1..
riattsmoutn just, 10 ut'cciKnuunj, juu
There are twentv-?ix Republican and
five Democratic newspapers published in
Nebraska, as tohows :
Expre.v, Ilea trice.
jrx, i 'ov-iiiftoii.
J'nirnnJ, Falls City.
Little lihtr, J nkin's Mill.-.
Chnmirlf. Nebraka City.
I'm, Nebraska City.
Stnt Zeifu.tff, Nebraska City.
Tie Wtztrrn Hori, Omaha.
A'riml'm ist. Omaha.
owe Cirelpy Omaha.
Orcfotrd mid Vineyard, Peru.
Slur, Fort Kearney.
Independent, Grand Island.
Iiidedende.it. North Platte.
Times. Nebraska City.
We suggest that the publishers and
editors of the State press meet at Lin
coln on Wednesday, the 10th day of
August, for the purpose of organizing a
State Press Association, and the transac
tion of such other busiuess as niay be
The railroad will be finished by that
time, and as the Republican State Con
vention is to meet at Lincoln on that day,
every newspaper in the State will proba
bly desire to have a representative there.
What say our brothers of the press,
of all parties, to this proposition ? Re
puhliain. We rote aye on that proposition. We
think it would be profitable to all con
cerned to have a convention of this kind
An interchange of views on many im
portant subjects connected with newspa
per publication would result in benefit to
not only the publishers themselves but to
the reading public generally.
Iallucarc r the Ira.
An old school teacher, who has wit--nes.sed
the influence of a newspaper
upon the minds of a family of children,
"I have found it to be a universal fact,
without exception, that tiiose scholars of
boih sexes and of all aires, who have ac
cess to newspajiers at home, when com
pared to those who have uot, are better
readers, excelling in punctuation, and
consequently read more undersfindinly.
They are better spellers, and define
words wish ease and accuracy, They ob
tain a practical knowledge of geography
in almost half the time it requires for
others, They are better grammarians ;
being familiar with every subject in the
newspaper, they more readily compre
hend the meaning of the text, and con
sequently analyze its construction more
Maryland papers assert that there is
this season a strange tendency in the
peach trees to produce two. and even
more, peaches from a single blossom.
The editor of the True Marylander says
he has atotit a half a dozn trees in one
oliiiinrk whifh are full rt rinr. nni liliw- !
som in ten pro. luces a single each, and I
all over the ort h.tid the same tendency
'to twin" manifesto itl
Ab t-met ofSinlr Tt.
The following is the abstract of State
taxes assessed on the several counties of
the State for the year 1870 :
Vv I .r.
t) i-if! as.
2759 j mT
7i i 4 J
2 fi i
15 C9 t)9
- i 5
i i '.Vil
1017 JS t
4 J j
4J"jy j i
Tli Poiurray Hill.
He devofe the out-ide of this week's
issue to the publication of Governor
Rutler's protest against the passage of
Pomerov s bill, Senator Tipton's det'en-c
of the measure, and a part of Senator
Thayer's siK'ceh in opposition to it. The
cross injustice to the people of Nebraska
involved in the pu.ts.ige of this bill, and
the course oi Senator Tipton in support
ing if, have been very severely com
mented upon by nearly every papt-r in
the rate. As tar as tha thing wmcn
this bill proposed tndo is co:iceriiod. it
is an outr.ige upon Nebraska and upon
the Government, without doubt ; and
leaving oat of consideration the effect it
would have upon the railroad enterprises
of the Srate, it is a still greater out race
upon the .-ettler seeking a home in the
State, for it takes over two million acres
of land in a solid body from market,
without a provision binding the company
to sell to actu ii settlers.
Sen dor Tipton, in supporting this bill,
seemed to le actuated by a desire to
cure the passage of the li. & Ft. K.
frant, but the report that the frieii 1.- of
'omeroy in tlirf House tefu-e to eaviy
out the agreement made betw-'en the a i
vocates of the two bills in tho Senate,
and the eons iiu-nt pre nr ini-.ti.ity of
Senator Titon to Vomeroy's ineasuie,
would iii '.icafe that Mr. Tipton had been
h'Kxlwiuked b' the Kan.-as Sciiatoi.
However this may be. our Senator's rea
sons for advocating the giving away of
such an immense tract of Nebra-ka
lands to a foreign corporation, that his
immediate constituency di'iiiani ihe
building of the Central R sneti road for
the purpo-e of gel ting to the Sr.. L.'uis
market, and tha it is needed fnra vv.-.-t-ern
conii'i-tion with the Ii. & Ft. K.,
appear specious and in -utSeient. As
much as Senator Tipton and we of South
ern Nebra-ka m i.v desire the building of
the R. & Ft. K road, neither he nor
the friends of the roa 1 along its hue can
consistently endorse any j,io,eet which
robs Neb.aska if a s.-ciion of lier ti-r:i-tory
fifty tuiies wide and a hundred mile
There i no pi-obability of the passage
of the Pomeroy bill, wo are glad t. ?ee,
as the llou.t: h"s re'u-ed to ttke it fr.im
the hanls of the committee; while theio
appears to boa decidediv frienolv feeiinc
toward the Ji. & Ft. K." bill. IVith th
cordial and united support of Loth Sena
tors Thayer and Tipton, and the zealous
activity of Represent itive Taife in its
beha'f, this measure, o imwrtaiit to tho
people of SoutJierii Nebraska, may y.-t
beciiiui; a 1 i t, without entangling alli
ances with a -y schemes which would roj
us of our ii.-zius. lie 'trie? iCxprtss.
Mn men are f-vi.j to if oil' tiuhf.
No man was ever taught in any o'h-'r
wav. lo you supjio- a man is a bucket,
to be hun on the well of knowledge and
umped full? Man is a creature thaf
earns ry tne exertion or ins nwti facul
ties. There are uids to learning of va
rious kind-; but no lattrer how man. of
thes' aid a man be surround.-d by. a'ter
all, the learninc is that wh:ch he himself
acquires. And, whetiier h be in coileire
or out of college, in school or out of
school, every man must, educate bin self.
And in our times and our community
every man has the means of doing it.
look It err, I r4 n.
My dear 'in le d.jars. you aie no more
fit for matrimony than a pullet is to look
after a family of fourteen chickens. The
truth is, my dear girN, you want, gene
rally speaking, more lilrfy and less
fashionable restraint , more kitchen, b'ss
pai lor ; more exe.-ci.-e and less sof.i ;
more making puddings anJ less piano;
more frankness and less mock uiode.-ty.
I like a buxom, bright, eyed, msy
eheeked, pop-eyed, .'jouncing lass, who
can darn stockings, make tier own fi wks,
mend troust?rs, comraan I a regiment of
pots and pans, and shoot w.ld ducks as
well as th i duehess of Maiit oro' or the
Queen of Spain, and be a 1 idy withal in
the drawing-rooui. liut as for your
piping, moping, screwing up, was
wairted, eta, yu won't do for wives aud
The New Orleans Time gives an ac
count of "one ol thi most reuia: kaole
events iu the in-tory of the telegraph,'
which recently occurred in the mam of
fice of the VVe-tern vUai.ii Company, in
that city. It inn long been a mooted
question among exjeits of the tele
graphic profts-ion whether or not it
were possible to tia i-mit signals through
a circuit of a length exceeding 2.tiH
miles, and u-tng more t .an two or three
itpeaters, with any degree of safety to
the commercial bu-iuess. Rut a week
or two ago a combination circuit was
formed, varying in length fotu three to
five thousand utiles, through which mes
sages were sent with gr-'at case and ra
pidity. The first circuit formed wa
from New Orieans, n New York, to
Plaister Cove, Nova Scotia, i he terminus
ot the Atlantic cable, a distance of 3,
000, miles. The opt-rato.-, thus widely
separated chatted 'ogcther with pcifct
ea.e, the rignaU coiiiun rapidly and with
great di-tiiie:n'ss. Another ctreuii ot
still greater length was ma ie up, which
is regatded as the Lmcest land ciicmt
through which intelligible signds were
ever sent. Nine repeaters were u.-ed.
The message was returned to New Or
leans almost a-s cleariy as it left the orrii-e,
having passed through eighteen States
and over 4,800 tuiies of wire.
Rosa Bonheur has delared her inten-
, rm to paint-, "hereaftor, only wild fawtn.
m3LMlTltLK Bt Tt.
TIZE LATE IIES. RUU.
Sever Put OflT Till rIo-rorrnw TTtiat
Yon Cnn to Day After Vo -morrow
Just n.n Well. B F.
This pirfy was one of those persons
whom they call philosophers, (lis max
ims were full of animosity toward boys.
Now-a-Iays a ljy cannot follow out a
single natural instinct without tumbling
over some of these everlasting aphorisms
and hearing from Franklin on the sot.
If he buys two cents worth of iennuts,
bis father says: "Remember what Frank
lin has wiid, my sou. A groat a day 's a
penny a year;' " and the comfort is ail
gone out of these peanuts. If he wants
1 to "P'" l'" t0P wh'
tie is done work.
his fattier ouotes. "Procrastination is the
thief of time." If he does a virtuous
action he never gets anything for it, l)e-
aue "X irtuc is its own reward. And
hat boy is hounded to death and robbed
of his natural rest, liecause Franklin said
once, in one of his inspired flights of
Eari to bl an-i viv to rie
Mnkio a i btaltby ai.d w-a'ty and wise.
As if it were any object to a boy to be
hea!th3 and wealthy and wise on such
terms, 'fhe sorrow that that maxim has
eo.-t tne through my parents' expert
in 'iitinc on me with it, tongue cannot
tell. The legitimate result is my pres
ent stare of general debility, indigence,
and menial aberration. My parents
u-ed to have me up be'bre nine o'clock
in the morning sometimes, when I was a
boy. If they had let me take my natu
ral rest, where would I have been now ?
Ivee?ing store, no doubt, and respected
And what an adroit old adventurer
the subject of this memoir as! In
order to gut a chance to fly his kite on
Sunday, he used to hang a key on tha
string and let on to be lidiing for iivrht
nitig. And a guiieicss public woufd go
homo ch'rpiuz aimut the "wisdom" and
the "sreni'is" of the hoary Sabbath-
breaker. If anybody caught h'm play
ing "mumble-peg" by him-elf, after the
age of sixty, he would immediately a;
pear to be cyphering out how the grass
grew as if it was any of his business.
Mv era ndf'tt her kn-jw him well, and he
fays F.ankiiti wa always fixed always'
lea ly. If anyliody, dining his old age, j
happened on him unexpectedly wlien he '
was catching hies, or making mud pies,
or sliding on a cellar door, he would
immediately loot wi-e, and rip out. a
maxim, nii'i waikoff with hi: no-e in the
air nd htseap turned wnnig side lier'nc,
trying t appear a'iseiir minded and ec
itmtiic. Me Was a hard lot.
lie invented a stove thaf ,v.i;ild smoke
yi:ir h.:ad oif in four bourn iry lie clock.
One can m!C the abuod deviiish sntistac
lioit he took in it, by giving it his nam.;.
lie wa.s always proud of telling how
he entered Philadelphia, for the fiit
time, with nothing in the world but two
Midlines in bis pocket an I four rolN of
I.T.:id under his a. ni. iiut realiy, wlu n
you -oi:i to examine it criti ialiy, it was
not). inc. Anyliody could h.i'.e doue it.
-Mark TiCfiiniu lGi.'a.f,.
Trilnw Ve l.ik.
Vc like to ce young ladies who are
bitter enemies ki- cacfi other yeiy atiec
tionate'y, when they meet it reu.inds
n-: oi' a uia'i uaiuel dmla.-. who lived sev
eral ycais ago ! We like to see a fash -ionthic
young lady piouienading the
s. reels we.i.-inu a blue silk dress-trailing
a yard behind her in the mud it clean
the streets so nicely ! We like to see a
young man very polite and obliging to
other young ladies; while he is scarcely
-i v ii to bis sisters at home it proves
that the lords of ereation are devoid of
deception. We like to see liftio boys
come to church in theevev.bigand amuse
themselves by sticking pins in their
neighbors it shows - bey are not "bury
ing their talents iu the earth !" We
iike to seo a man invariably throw a
newspaper, boots and hat into the. mid
die of the floor, tor his tired wile to pick
up it is evident that he remembers
his proiiiiso to "Vheri-h her!" We like
to see the i-iioir speii 'ing their time du
ring divine service, in whispering aud
teiiicg stories it helps us to appreciate
the sermon, and convinces us that they
are capable of singing "with the spirit
and understanding, also! ' We like to
see young ladies keep their jaws in con-"
statit motion, endeavoring to masticate a
hu.uc- ball or chewing gum it looks so
lady like We like to tee a man spor'iug
i'a-t horses, while ho owes the priiite.-,
and gives nothing to the luinistei it
l ioks honorable ! There are other things
we like to see, but we forbear.
Among the announcements for Con
es froiii Kentucky is. that of Hum
phrey Marsh li the Falstati'of the rebel
army. He ought to make a splendid l tin,
and oiit-.li.-tasiee all his opponents, if h
runs half so well as he did in the Sandy
al!.!V en a
!c occasion, when
were in not pursuit.
In that celebrated CiUir-aiii. he proved
an inexhaustible runner. If tradition
easi be trusted, hi- o'ejiinous carcass
iarded the lean earth as he r-ped alone,
and floured such streams into Sandy
river when he crossed, that it swelled
into an oiiy freshet, completely cutting
off the further advance of his enemies,
who were content to stand on one sidj oi
the flood while he emerged fiom the
o hor, and tied wi-h precipitous and une
tious baste in;o ihe vanish-ng distance.
He do not believe any of llutiiphiey's
competitors in the forth-coming ca.ivass
cau enduie anyth'ng like such a try ing
race as that Should he Mnt-ecd iu
reaching a seat in the tJou-e of Congress,
that hi ly w:li hava t-i deal with a case of
faity d.cruiay. Chiotyit Republican.
Fauuy Fein Kys: A gciitleuian re
uue.stcd u;e not !oiir isince "10 rebuke
iho.-e men wlio lid uoi ri.-e, when iadies j
entered the car, and give them a -eat.'' j
Now ibis wouid come with a bad Liace !
f rom me, for the reason that I.iicver eii4
ter a full car without having this polite
ness. extended to i:e. Rut mind this, la
dsns, I neveryet foiisot to iluiikthe man,
as prettily as my knowledge of such
tilings serves mo, for Mich a giaeums act,
and perhaps that is the explanation.
At any rale, 1 ht-ve lcen so disgusted
with the reverse, that 1 more often won
dcr that ien d.j get up, than that rhssy
dou't. I lhn:k ladies, too, should nji
exact such courtesy by look, or word, or
manner, as I have often seen them do.
1 find American men more courteous,
most, obliging to our sex. Now and then
one nn-ets a bear. To such, a woman
mu-t of course give a wide berth, uule-vs
she h s a muzzle in the i-hrrpe of a
"protector" ban iy.
Ribles are 1-eing sold at three nts
each in the exhibition at St Petes sbu:g,
and it is asrtel tiat the innovation has
been introduced at the instance of the
Holy Synod, iu imitation of the English
Rible Society, whose success iias of iatc
caused some envy
ci roles. -
in niusian clerical
TI Stramboat ILsrr SC. T.. je Bo (a
the lriis tlire llimr Tlnae
rnn Xfw Orlennc three
liy. t'.lavhtevu llwura and
J'r trt'ti Minutes.
St. Loins, duly 4 f p. m.
he steamer Robt. K. fjce arrived at
11:25 a m., in three days, eighteen
hours and fourteen minutes from New
Orleans, beating the Natclies on her last
trip three hoii.-s and forty minutes, and
tha dames M. White's famous time 455
minutes. Ihe itc!ic was detained by
a heavy foe below Grand Tower, 125
mile- below nere, and did uot pass that
point until 8:30 a. m.
The following is the timc the R. K.
L1 made to the principal points on the
trip from New Orleans: Potialdsville, 4
hours and 50 minutes ; Baton Rouce, 8
hours and 25 minutes; Nitche, 7 hours
and 11 ininu'es; New Madrid, 2 days.
19 houts and 50 minutes ; Cairo. S dav?
and 1 hour; St Louis, 3 days, 18 hoars
and 14 minutes.
Jhouands nocked to sec the racers
pass, and bonfires, cannon, anvils, and
everything that could shoot were brought
into use to give vent to the feelings on
the occasion. The ciowd at the levee
was immense. The bank of the river
was lined with people from Caro:ida!et to
above the city "ix niifcs. No similar
event ever created so much excitement,
or brought out such a crowd.
St. Louis, July 5.
Captain Leathers, of the steamboat
Nafehes, claimsthat. de luctingsix hours
I laid up by a fog between here and Ci iro.
and thirty tir.ni'tes lost repairing pump
below Helena, the Natc'ies beat the
Lee's time some twenty minutes.
St. LsiuIn .1frVet.
Sr. Lorts, July 5.
Flour Wo.ilc and lifeless ; choice fall
suner 4 50; X 4 75; XX 5 !KV5 50.
Wheat Lower ; No. 2. 95 for fall de
clined; 1 02,1 Of) for old; 1 15(3:1 10
Corn Advi::eed I Ci 5
Oa's Higher, firm, 5455.
Rle Mom active, 7SV'( 81.
Whisky 1 U.3.
I'mvisions Firmer and wore dr.ing.
Cattle In b-isk demand, 2lC".'I!c;
fi'r i coiiimoa. 4 . 7c for fair to choice
Chicago. July 5.
Flour Very dull, nearly nominal.
Wheat Heavy and lower; N. 2 clos
ing weak at 1 03C;1 0.1 cash and seller
for month ; I o5 seller last half; No, 1
Mild at I 10;" 1 12; No. 3.92; re
Corn Active and firm, but lower. No.
2 c'o-inir at hOi't'SO cash, and July at
about 81 seller last half; rejected
steady at 8Itt S..
Oats Lower and dull,
Rve. Quiet ; No. 70.
Ra-lev I hill.
Wliikv Dull; buyers
.part ; .-a!es of wooch n-loi)tid at 95(ii
95 f : closing at 9iK-97 fi' ireu-buunJ
I'rovision.: Very dull and nominally
Cattle Quiet; very light sales at un
changed prices; prime to choice ship-
j ping steers, -Si ; fair, tvjr, 1 1 ; butch
ers sun k ranged at ' !
Hog - Ke t ipts of 1.GG0 : till sold at
8 50: 8 70 for common to fair Y irkers ;
8 7.V3S for tiieitium
tor prime to clcice.
What nonsense ! Docs some one want
to handle tli3 money? Does so'no one
Wuiit to design the monuuien: ? Does
some one want an erecting contract?
IiOok at the Wa-h ngtou moniiiucnt, at
Washington ; ihe Douglas monument, at
Chicago; the pro,oed Lincoln n.onu
inent. Is Ameiienn and nglish history
such an ephemeral thing that u pile of
stone is to help us to remember those
who served their generation well and did
their work faithfully? Huild a monu
ment to Dieken -! Ruild a monument to
Lincoln ! If a memorial offering is to be
made by the people, let it take some
practical be:icvoie'it or educational form,
that some poor souls, generation ;:fi;r
generation, way feel the influence and
recognize t lie fruits of Di kens' work in
life. Cooper Union is Peter Cooper' n
way of building monuments, in the
hearts of those who are benefitted by his
wise liberality, lie needs 110 other.
Tho. e who have the most sincere admi
ration for him, will imitate him. So the
bighe-t resper-t that csn be paid to the
memory of Dickens wiil be to psaetical.'y
apply to every day life thelesoii. he has
labored to teach, ( 'hnn hes and ben-'VO
lent work, purity of life and good wdl to
man. are I fie monuments raised to the
memory, cf Je-us Christ by His followers.
If Charles Dickens, or any other man,
ha-exerted any good influence upon the
people, the best evidence thereof cannot
lie expressed in a stone column, no mat
ter how skilfully carvel, nr how highly
polished. Let us. then-fore, pur aside
such noncn-e and employ will, hearts,
brains, energy and money in such way as
will perpetuate tha loving regard we have
for our cotemporarios in the hearts of
those, who follow us. Rand 'cto
When G -n-nii -Jackson, then Presi
dent, of the United State:?, visited Con
cord, N. II., iu June, IS33. the senior
Mr. Gas-, then kcejicr of the Eagle Ho
tei, piepared a sump uous dinner for the
General and tho e who ao-ompanied him,
Martin Van R-.m-n, L"vi Woodbury and
others. Among the luxuries on the
ta! io wee roa-t pig art 2 boi:ed salmon,
with the usual trimmings. When the
servant waited upon th central ficure iu
th-j group, he quietly signified his desire
for a bowl of milk and a few crackers.
Chicago his a new church the First
Congregational which has itist been fia
i lie i at a co:t of 180.000. A p-cu
l-'arity of this church is. that the reading
desk, or pulpir, is provided with a i;n;
per speaingtruujft, which is connected
with eievtu jews, where with
hos ami cup
enj.ty a r-ermou
sttaciiea, tne Oct may
aa well as those not so
One of the fcat given to the Pake of
Edinburgh, in India, was gTtatiy in
livened by the b'unde-of a native waiter
wlio oured a dish of peas into the ear
trumpet which an old ia ly he'd out to
him to get a reply :o her question.
A married lady in St. I'aol hai been
in a trance for six weeks, and her bus
band refu-e. to send for a doctor, declar-
, ing ne intends to eu.ioy a qmot time ad i
i. . . .. i
1 Kmg aa y3rtu:.
tl .-t, T
How Dieted Ufa Beeesie Ulcla by
Many years ago a young Scotch emi
grant arrived in New York, penniless.
He was a mechanic, and laWed at his
trde will. out gettinc more than a living.
One day he saw a man selling flowers in
the m.iiket, and being passionately fond
of them, he bought a pot for a tiifleand
trudged home with it. A gentleman
who methiui wasattracted by the beauty
of the Cower tied a.-ked its pi ice. The
mechanic named a small advance, and
f he gen'lmnn at once purchased it.
The triHing incident led the mechanic to
the flower trade, and he became a florist
and founded a seed and vardeuius es
tablishment, which has len kept up for
sixty years, lhnse wno are acquainted
witn ins History win recormze in the
humble individual referred to mo Vss a
personage than Grant Thorborn. These
instances are not confined to New York.
Fairbanks, when keeping a country dore.
was obliged to tinker his scales in order
to get a correct balance, aud this led to
making a new one of his own invention.
rrom this begitiimi? has arrown ut) the
great establish ment of St. Jone-bury,
which now furnishes a largs part of tho
country with the implement.
To come back to this city. John
J.i.-ob Asor was led in a similar way to
that speciality which made him rich.
lie was selling toys, when lie met a man
who hud some very fine furd His at
tention w is nrrvsted by this article, and
he learned that they could be puri ha.H"d
of the Indians at a low tte. lie knew
their value in Loudon, and soon com
menced dealing in furs, which hecontiti
ued until he controlled the market on
both sides of the ocean. Had John Ja
cob Astor followed the predilections
of ino.st of his countrymen he
would have opened a corner grocery and
sold sugar and o:ip. Troy Times.
-yf-jr"" ' -,ll,r'",""'IB 'm mm mtm-iMm
In District Court. 1'J Jmii.-iul District, within
hn.l for Ca a Count', Nebraska.
Jamin J union. 1
ioAliraiii atiion. non-roiilont tfiT.4n
you arc lu rt-by notilieil that 1 have cemmeneod
an 11 -in 1.1 iij me m.-irict tourt, Judn-ril i)i
triet. wtihiii no 1 lor Cie-C'ouuty Nehr.-uka. and
LKM i:.y pul'.Moa t!irein en the ISlh .tay of
jie.n-. i-.iv. wi;c;i-:n i vluui tne title to the w taf
oS the ! 'jr of -! ion 2 an. I the 8 qr of or
Ji :i in 1'uwn 11 n ranKC I'.' east liili . M. In
Ciish County. Nelriiska. ami itsklhe Court that a
eerti.in ih-loi.-l in my chain ot title to Miiil
prpinis'cs. caused ly mistake on the piirt of the
j:iid Alirim Wat.-un. in a certain l)erd in which
he tiit'n.h.Hl. i.oc;ii,.jt.N iU,,j cl.iiuifil to .-envey
tione ll,r:i:a Minj:ir. S'er valuiiine c n-i.iiva-tioji.
tho w lii's w .(rcf sc.- 2 an.! ilje? e qr oi the
k e r,r ofyct:uT) I, ail in Town 11 H.o ye 12
cist ol tj!i P. M. in O'iiuni)-. Nt-lir t-ska, but
in wluc-li I)-o.l !' Wat-' n. t.y iiu-lnkc.
5? ,V"J'""' thesatne ini.;r: in Towpiih:i bev-n
N lt.-inee Jl e ofol!i P. M. in Ciis County,
wheri'l'y the title to sin id described property ri
Town 11 N KanKC V2 is broken and i in perfect.
1 hat the said Deed Iroin the said Wat.-on t.j tha
fai l M'.i-jvr may be rt-torincd no n to exprrss
an I et lorth the true town.-diip nnd range iii-tt-uded
to be '-t forth und ex:rpscd in Kuid
Deed, aa 1 plaintiffs title to said trai t of land
mnv be ome'e.l nnd confirmed, nnd for cut-h
other nnd further relief u. in cq ai'y uc I g-nod
eon.cience he ought to receive. You are hereby
re(itired to answer raid Petition on or before
tueoth day of August, A. D., lHT'J.
, , . James Jobtiov.
fanc23w5t Uy Maxwell Jt Chapman, hi Att'j-
"VOTICB IS I1EKEBY GIVES That all
i.1 c!ai:n against t'.ic etuie of .Sr.riih Craiv.
late of Cas county, must !e file in the Pro'.itte
Court ol said county, lii or before the 2'tli dy
of Ocv inbcr A. D., 1S70. or they will be loiever
A. L. CHILD, Probate Judge.
June24th. IsTo. juneJU,t
VOITCE Id JIKItKitY GIVEN. That in pur
i ' manrf 01 ml'-crcial or ler of rale of lion.
it-orj.-e li. Lake, .ludure ot the District Court of
ths 211 ) iKlii'iai District, on mi -irh dv ut A.,-i.
I lSi'il. 1 will, on si.e.u-d.-.y. the ;th 1i.1V ol j'u'iv.
at the hour of one o'cio.-k. I. M., of iid day, at
the front uoor of liic Court lioure. iu 1'l.ittB
nii.uth. Ciisn county. Xcbr.-isk.-i. oli'T for nale, at
pui.lic vendue, to the bili.st bid itr. all tbe
right, title, and interest of Frederick Wchnes.
Henry Wchnes uui Margaret VVehnes. -),iiori.
heirs of tr j.lcrck V chucs. deociseij, m iad t-.
the following de-iijtd rial estate, to wit: ''he
r-out!i half of ihe north we.-t quarter of vection
an ! n-- ih e:t.- t uu:.i ttr .f the north we-t ju.irt. r
and fhe north cast rjunrter of the soiuli eat
quarter or Miction No. ten in township twelve,
uirthof range ten east .f Oth P. M.
Sale w ill remit iu open tor idf fiom one o'clock.
P. -1.. to two o'clock. P.M.. of naid dy. Terms,
one lourih cash in bund, one fourth in one year,
one fourth in two j-slm. and ouef. urth in three
years, with mWrcston deferred payments at 10
per cent, per annum.
Ekiiard IIi kr.n kk. puar iian of minor heirs of
Frederick Wehiic. deceased, by
MAXWELL, dc CH A P.MAS,
Notice ia hereby given that, iu pursnnnee of
an order sale. ui:.ile by lion. George 11. Lake.
Judgu of the District Court of t-ie 2nd Judicial
D. strict, on the 2i:h day of May. H7.I. I will on
l?a?uni!iy. the l-th day ol July, IsTo, nt2 o'clock
p. in. ot H.tid day. at Ihe f-.ont door if the Court
tiou.'e. in l'latt.-inont!i. Cass county, Nt!:raka.
oI.t for mj at public vendue, to the highest
bidder, all the riht. ti-le and interest id El
wurd C. llnroi-'-iu. s.-Mllio C. Harbison. Jennie
it ilaroi on. Wulter 1). ILirbi.-o-., Willi.un II.
itariison. nnd Mary 11. Mm bison, minor heirs
of th.- estate ot Jmnes D. ilarl.ison. deceitMed.
in so 1 to the nnrlhwe.-i qimrtef of th souih
we.t quarter of section nine, in township twelve
onii of raneten eus and tho northwe-t qtii-.r-ter
of the norihweyt quarter of section No. lour
tsi n, and the Southwest q.) irtei of the sonth
west quarter cf e:-tion eleven, in town-bin
twelve, north of range tliiiteen. etoffith
prin-ipie meridian, all in Cass county. Ne
brxska. ri.tla will remain open fr bld.s from two
o'clock p. ni. p three o'clock p. ni. of aid dav.
Terms one third rash on day of . sale, one ihird
in one year and i:ie third iii two years, with in
terest on defered payments, at o n per cent.
M R; t kr-r A. il a k r.i-uiv.
Gu.irdinn of minor heirs cf James D. llarbison,
Dy Maxwell & Chapman, Attorneys.
vs. VOrdrr of Sale.
A. 11. II rkcr. )
VotlCE 15 HEREBY GIVEN. That I will
olter lor .ale.i'l p'loiii; auction, at the .South
froii. doer of tl.ii Coutt House in Pl.-tUsmouth.
Ca-s county. Ncbrnska. on Tuesday, the Zoih day
ot Ju'y. A . D.. HTU. at two o clock. P. M.. of
sai-t .i.y. all the rU?ht. tiile and interest, of tl "
above dtfenduat, to the iollovti.iic real csUn,
Lot X. sine i'9 in block No. sixty, ft ve (tlV and
lot No. uiue U in Mock No. two hundred nnd
twenty-one 2Mi ) us designated uptn the r" -or?id
and puij'ifhed plat ol the Ci'y of I'tatsstnoutb
'ass County. Ne!ir:isk . hcrtt.fo:e hH-k-.t..!
the property of Ihe sui.i .jt-lendant. II. liarker.
on an Order of Attachment, issued by the Clerk
of the Disirc-t Cotirt of Cuss County, in favor ol
the e.iid hti:itill. Devid SSampS' n. itsd to m
directed, as sherid ot said conniy.
J. W. JOHNSON.
Sheriff of Cass Ccuuty Neb.
T- M. Marqcktt.
Attorney for Plaintiff. jnce2Cw5t
Sals of Estrays.
LT0TICK IS HEUEllY GIVEN That tLera
wn; be a Mleot two Estrayr. one three year
old Steer and "ne two year old lleifer. at th
resi-leiiee of Charles Six. on. in Weepit. Va.r..
Precinct. Cass County. Nebraska, isaid estrays
wi" be sol.t to the highest bidJc-r. for cc-h in
h i d. l ime of sal will bs it thi hour cf ca
o' ocU. P. M-. on r'ri lay, July 22d. l?7o.
atd at Wccpicg Water, June iRth. 1T9.
V)'m. C. Jlas,
Jne2'-iw't Justice of tha Peaa.
bso'.me Divorces lcnally obtained in New
V. liidiun:i. iianois and other SstJttes. for
t-ci jcs lro.u any sitate or Country, ieai every
where; desertion, aruiiken:.ess, non j.port,
u'c.. iT!T:t-ii'iir cause: n p icify; barer
eutii dtvor.:e obtained. Adv - a i'reo. Baiines
csia;j:.-hel fifteen yar.
Aidress. M. ilCU . Attorney.
No.TS Niwetau aircoc. Jiew York City
TOTICE is her-by g-ivf i. th t the eo-vrt-j'r-
h:p iircU oreerirtin be ween u. under
tu- nam ftixi -Jie ol .Momnn X I u-ka
this d.i. di.so;vea
An a - ouLtsortae rnu to
Moirtson, ii wil con ica
be a fJed v F.
1. -tlcCItE A,
De-tast. PI )t&ucufr
Ii. a. H..
aairoe add rBoraiAto.
Offioa corner Main and Sonl Areata aw
-Daily $10.00 per annum, or
Of tha AmcU of tha
State rf Illinni, on the 31t day of
Decemlxr, ISG'J, made to the Audi
tor of the State of Nebraska ,
jruiiit to Statu Is,
HAME A!f LOCATION.
1L Thenameof the Company I tbsLAMAU,
f Chicago, outto of Illinois.
2d. Tha amosnt of its Cxpiul ritock
, . Sjl.SM.T50 (W
3i, the amount of its Capital sit.nk
paid up. is I(x),b00.0d
Cash In Bank (Cushman A Hardin)
4th. First Cash ou haml and in
hands of Agenti and others 5.220. U
Second Ileal Estate unincumbered
Third LaniH owned by the Com
pany and bow secured, with lb
rate oi interest luureon
Fourth Debts of the Company
-cured by mortgage Heal
E-aatt. with doubla ihe amount
Fifih- U. c. 5-i) Uonds ID.WJ.W
SSixth Debts lor pi emiums u ostly
tor December. 1," 12.77o.95
Seventh All other securities. 1st.,
Dills Receivable UM'.Ol
Ottawa, Lasalic Co., Ills., ! per el.
lteg. Uonds 25,0.(
Allowed Interest tint duo o.Lla.'.t) ;
Keveiiue .Stamps 72.tt 5,088.13
Personal Property, vis : Utiles Fur
niture, Ac.. Jtc ll.itt.'A
Stock llon j.i. b-jiug 1 J per cent., due
on subssnp.ioii iu iQroo. bix an J
5th. Tha amount of liabilities dua
or not due t banks or other
creditors hy the Cunpauy
t:h. Lo.'.-.es adjusted und uut
7tu. Losses a.ijusted and not due
6ih. Lor.-,es una ijusted
Uth. Losous in tu.'peus wa.tiui for
10th, All oihbr ciuiiu agaiust tho
Couipaii), Keiuurnce Liabil
ity 11th. Tile greatest uujotiut ina"j-d
iu any oae risk
12th. The greatest a nount allowed
by tlis Con.pany to be iuiired iu
any cue ca... town or i!l'ge....
13lh. Ti.c g.intrst amount allowed
to be insured in anyone b.ouk...
14th. Act of Incorporation. State
aeu' of Ar.-ctUn l i'uweruf At
torney, to Agcut-i, in um be li.sU
iu Auditor ltdioj bei..rt a "Cer
tilicMte of Au.tiur;.y" will b
u.uud to .a funis
State of Illinois,)
Couuty ot Cook, M.
City of Chicago. )
Wuc.icsa, Leonard wett. President, and C.
D. llookur. Jsecietary, of i:;o l.uuiar insurance
Company, to me personally kuuwii, bc-ii.g sever
ally sworn, tleposa Mi l say, that tho lori-guing
tatelncll is a fill, tiue andcirred sMt 'tt . 1'
the affairs ol suid Company. That the said Cosu
pan is the oo.iit tiilc owners or at tea! luo.ovO
dollars of cas.i :tpiiul, invested iu sicck. and
bouls of a! least par value, or in u.origuges ou
uiiincumL-utl real estate worth ..l least uoubta
l ie amount, lor wnn h tne same is uiongageu.
That no part of the foregoing desirined nivtat
inciils ur.: uiaue tcr the bcuclit ot any individual
ii,..'.:iMng nuihority in tut management ol said
Company, nnd that they aie ihe abovedescribed
oilicbisj of sa:d Com;n'.ny.
LhO.iiAI'.D SWETT. Prasidant.
C. D. UooiiiU, c-o.-iciHry.
Sworn to an subscribed ba-
l'.rc iiiu this t'lirtccnin day of
J.iuuai-y. is7'J. In te-.'.nu..uy
wht-reot 1 havehereunto sub-
v- ' scribid my name and atSzei
my ohV'i:il seal.
MIMEON V- VINO.
A Commissioner for the Suiia of Nebraska,
residiug at Cult ago, Illinois.
Hints of Xeljrassijj,
TT IS IIEItiCY CERTIFIED. That thera
Jl has beau lilcu in I his ollice a sworn statement
snowing the condition ol the Luuiar Insurance
Company, located ut Chicago, in the Siaie of
liliufos. on the 4it day ot Deceiber' A. D..
lv'J, in accordance with the provisions of su
Act ol the General Assembly ol the S ate of
Ncbiaska to Kcguiate insurance Companies,
approved Februu.y lJth. lsoo. that said Compi.ny
ha. log ti.cd tne i.e -es. a y papeis. und a tta.
uiiDiiUuwiiij thai said Coinpauy is possessed
ol the requisite tiuiouut ol capital, aud invested
as required uy law,
A UTUOltl I Y IS TIIEREFOIIE Ol YEN
To Ihe above named Company to transact their
appropriate buMnr.-s ot Fire Insurance in this
Mate, in accordance with the laws thereof, until
the oi?t day ot January. A. D.. ls.'l. lFur.h.r
Ctr :fy, thatpAlNt CDAltLTON. ot Piatts
mouiii, Couuty of Cas, if i.uijruci totruiifi.ct
business aocordiM; to law lor said tiuipsuv, ca
tlieir Ageuis and Attorney iu any c juniy where
trie) nave an ageu.y estab!Uhi-d. upi.u lain this
Cer.iii se lor tecord with the Cleik ol Cass
Co ii ii iy.
la te.-limony whertof I have hereunto set my
lian-i and a.'!i.ed my seal of ohiw-e at Liucoin,
iuis2)in day of May, A. D.. If-iD.
n.g-ncd; JOiJN OILLSPIE.
Jn!yidOwlt . Auiiitorot S.ite.
George Jennings, and
auu il..na Jeuuiugs.
by uer uAt frieud ncv.
Jeuuiiigs, 1 iiU'.iiis,
M'iliiaui E. .sheldon,
Charles E. llnylty.
District Court of th
cc'd Judi 'ial District
ol fteorusa sii.t.ig ia
uud tor Cam cuauty.
Ji.nn ii. ta ic-y, and I
fauwaru l.oout.ioi cU. ' I
the above uanici Ch:n-!es E. Eiy ley, John 17.
liayiey aua i.u.-. i-ra Uuouiiouu uil Lcicuy in
tiudd that the iiunve I...uie i piauitius uid, on tne
villi iay of June, A. D.. lSio, liiu with uie cicri.
of ihe above mvii.c.1 court, l.'iuir petition seinug
to.ta tual a p.Mincrsliip was ncicioiore entcrt.l
into by and uett a tu s..i I J eit im.j s and Wm.E.
Crbeldou ic Ch s. E. tiavley. to carry on milling
and .arming, ana Iliac, as a pa t ol ttic same
transaction, said plaiu.itiscon cj ed tosaiu -Icy
aud sid sneiuou the titidivi tcd one hail of
tuc nor.uea.-t q i u tcr ol s.c.iou an i tue un
u.vi.i.u ouo iiaif ol the west half ot nornwv.r
f section 27. all in tuwusuip it) range IS
east in said Cass couuty. an t mat tnty ucuiund
las pa incut s a part ol ihe purchase money
locicoj oi a certain li"f bcie . Icie given to
li VV m. Dill lor the sum of leu ibouutU d jiii.rs
with twclte per cent. i..uresi. ukl uui on the
i;Hh oi April. l"i, Kiel sei.n.g luitn. fuiiber,
tint, sa.d llajli y a u rhc.ai.i. took p j jririon of
me prM: iy am u.Vd tej.i tbe tiue .ruiu raid
pwim-l l rtil-l Uav- worked the tai;.C and l). at
raid Ua .ey li.'B a'j iiijoue l the bdiiuos and
I'ur.uM. thai kaiu li-.y ley aud said 6Ueid .ii have
cuvejei .ucir te.-ptfii;va mtcieats lo rul.i J no.
11. tuyicy and su.a Eiwrd OiKdenoi-aii. and
pra .i.g l.iai aid traiislcr may be set aside as
truuduicu.. and fur the tpp uniuient ol a leceiv
ei aud reliiiug a lui.d to meet the aijove men
tionc.l payment nun lor general relitf agaict
And the said defendants are hereby further
nonlivd io be and eppear at aiu court ou er be
lore the 2-a day ol August. A. D ,170, and tbrin
and there plead answer or dciuur to si.apeti
lion, or ir.es iiio will be taken pr- mnfen and
uecree remiered accoidingiy.
Ordered thut the aoov notice be published ia
the Piait.-.iuoutii ili-KAtp lor lout couseoutive
weeks, a-cirung to law.
Isaac POLLAKD. Clerk, per J. M. Iiasxib
Lcr. D pt.
calhocn a- CK"xro.v.
and I. N. aiiA.'.iUALlJil.
JulyTwit Aturucys tor Piain-iiff.
In P.o- -f Court of C2l
oui.ii Nwv.it, a.
D-. id Cfl .d..i(.r r nn l.tr..
wd t k-. iio:u th-.t -aid pn.int.li' ha coin
m to d n Tiirai n r:d cour a,..iu t biui .r
Ij uia cf to ..3.., and tbat n orl-r a' taen
ia ot h.M iMJii ty sail tourt. aud you--O'.fi
a d t-rtdi r in t&a t tis of lie r. 11
, uniK'k. li .ve b:eu ta t-d ,ir tho parpof
0- dppi ioj the raiue ou sti-i tad bt?4 cm. caid
e,a.e I) s cu conn ued un il ihfe ti.U daj of
Augutt. i-V.' , Duclo k a ut.
Bv MtxiriLi, Si C iapman. At yV. Jy7w2t
Whereas. J. T, A. Hoot r ! nWe m lie
tio'i lor 1 ' er. of aiuiuis:ration en Ln-t'te
ot Jo -ph D iirich. cexs d, 1 t ol C. ts oi niy
N. brstsa . Not ish- r- by gi .. n t-s. . id ,-
1- li a io W 1 b be.irl or lb :-4ll:h r nt' Jn v.
A A. D. IiT3iCt'okK,ka.tii.
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