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TERMS: Weekly. S.i.00 per annua if paid La
$2JjO it" not paid in advance. '
Till" Tit. INK R.l.
We understand that a "coUeinau .wili4
he here in a short time prepared to
.tuste 1 flnlto proposition-! from Mr. Joy
in regard to the Luildin;: nf the above
named road. We suggi-st that the mat
ter be carcfal'y considered ly the people,
so they may he ready tores-pond prompt
ly when definite propositions are made.
Wc want this road, and is but little
difference to the people of this county
whether it is built by Mr. Joy or by the
O. Si S. W. Co. Let us be ready to ac
cept the Grat fair proposition that is
made, or even both if they run upon dif
ferent lines. Should the O. S, W. peo
ple decide to strike southwest from this
city, then we could afford to help both
WORK FOK TIIK "KISU" ni'STKRS.
The Iieavenwrirth I'ulletin thinks there
is a '"bi steal" or some political devil
ment, oing on among the inhabitantsif
the moon, as there is a ''rinpi" around it
nf nights, "of late.'' Here isa new aiul
j-rand opening for Nehraska ring busters,
tlo in on your nerve, some of'you leading
light in that Lusincsr. Broicnville. Ad
Will the Omaha Tribune proceed to
how! at the moon ?
The time for paying taxes having ar
rived, it Ls not inappropriate fur us tore
mind our .subscriber?, patrons, and cor
respondents of the main points in our
revenue law, so that they may not be un
advised as to its provisions. Tuxes bc
cjuie due December 1st, of each year,
and if not paid before the 1st day of
May following, all taxes become delin
quent, and "draw thereafter one per
crut. per month interest, which interest
is due and collectable on the first Mon
d:iy of each month in advance."
Taxes upon real property are made a
perpetual lien thereon against all per
sons and lodios corporate.
In the first week of August, all real
property on which taxes remain unpaid.
is adverti.-ed for sale, and the cost cFftd-
vertising 20 cents for each description
of land and ID cents for each town or
city lot is added to the taxes twetber
with accrued interest. On the lsl Mon
lay ef eptcuibT the property is sold,
af'trr which time the total amount of
taxes, interest and coats, draw interest
at thc rate of 40 per cent, per tiunanK
The owner or occupant o'" any land sold
for taxes can redeem the same at any
time within two years, -by paying the
aanmt of taxes and interest with costs"
eif certiflcatos of sale and redemption tot
th county Treasurer for the useVjf the
pure liaser er Jus heir. , f" . ' f 1
After two years from date cf tdi the
right of redemption expires, nnd ihe
I nn baser at tax sale is entitled to a
i.'ol-1 in the name of the rftate, executed
ly the County Treasurer attested by the
County Clerk, which is mado bylaw
yi ihui t'acie evidence of the facts recited
ia the deed.
KiIi.KAI) .MI.tri.i l.AVtU.
The people of Avoca precinct met la t
Friday and decided that they would aid.
tlie building of the O. & S. W. Railroad
through their precinct to the extent iif
the law in precinct bonis 10 ycTtit. r
ed the assessed valuation of the prop
erty. This would amount tobine.$l-.-o
or $15,000 in precinct botids. Fur
ther than this, it is said that various in
dividuals will aid the enterprise wi tit "pri
vate means. This aid id tendered in con
sideration that the road shall be 'con
structed through the precinct oorth'and
south and not further cast than Mr. Ap
pleqatcs which is virtually saying that
it shall pass through Factoryvil'e. We
understand that many of tho live men
of that locality are at weuk on this mat
ter, and that they have expressed a de
termination to do all in their power to
secure the early completion of this line
f road. Among those who are parruju
larly active and who have the menus
with which to aid the 'road, " 'we m'ght
mention Mr. James Woods, lion. Law
fm Sheldon, Henry PuboisC, Fsq., and
One of the happiest things ii'thc line
of '"Presentations" which ha lately
enme to our - knowledge, was that at the
(ffioe of Capt W. Reck worth.' (lenfral
Headmaster of the M. Railroad,:
hi tins city, on rnaay nitern.Kwi- .ir.
Iv cworth isadost rved.y popularehl -
cal. and the assistant roildmatcrs and
men in his department dctermined urjOn
me mam station ot their ariwcmtio
..ess as superior oukjT 2:
KiJ ,t".V Z
Assistant, i.oaun.abiers waiKe-4 into
W I , .11 IT" . T 1 '
'ir. iiet-Kwortn s oice sua iaia unon 4
lis table a uiagmfieent Jurpenson gl-l.Ki;nr !.- ti K,.-tnf r-i-rmnPi.t.'
w itch, manufactured at Coien!sacn.
The .Jurrenson watches are consider
-he finest time pieces in the worLL 1L1
Ti i . t fi
Hie Jurtrenson watches are considered
u unwi lime p es id lac ii ortu-ua .
U - 1? . . ! II rPl I
""rks were of the uiOft - cUIm- nork
nianshin and antiroveu latterr"."- -At-
tached to the watch was a very. cleanXi
gold eha;n and a uios a-rate. locket.-
. ot cowcm vim tDiumainoenc FSifL -
S' a. . . 1 .i - ' -a. . . .;
ii ii'iiiittiim in cx fitr, --I. i i ; 1 1 . im ;tiviii i
s- 'II I f t s P I t Jl I O V
spread out a lot of silver wate for Mrs.
ii.. to be forward! tolr. 15eek-orth's
r,?tiLl1 "'"iltuildin: parks, tc. He also claims
Manchester, England, is wild with
raj-e about the introduction" t' .-wlAJvtiit
profanely call- the ""Ameriftm devit-'
-he article being that, f orite inosijlmj (
t-trument of t-teamboatmen andrnfio'id-JJ
''Mil this countayi tlte stam Af last f.4-7-It
is now used by the Manchester L'cto
r:es to arouse their ,wtrk.-people in the
morning: a work which it accouipli.-hes
ith aauori-ing corUis--e rll'lioJ-j-wtin
feems to be that it' HU6 Xi"al4ii'3 'every"
body else in tlrf. place. .,T.,-fT
The Secieinry of. tho Nary will
oiumend an increase in the number of
vessels and in the number of runs to each.
-hip, in order to protect, our coiniuerce.
He tys that there are onlv 17 vessels to
protect the inteiets of the United States
. -n waters where En2land h.n I'll vessels.
1 hat '3 a better showing than we cx-
pected; for ns 17 is to HU, so is tbe -
nuuiber of our commercial vessels to
that cf E'le'and.
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.We-make tko following selections from
art excellent letter written by G. W. At
kinson, one of the proprietors of the
W est Virginia Journal, who has recently
"done" the liGreat American Desert"
as the greater portion of Nebraska, a
few years since, was supposed . to be.
We would, with pleasure, publish the
whole article, but the want of spa.e for
bids. I'ro. Atkinson found Nebraska
not a ''dsaert" but "as nice and rich a
country as he ever saw."
The timber in this locality, and in fact
all over the State, is not by any means
abundant nor is it of as good qualities as
we find Kast, but still a sufficiency can
be found along the l'latte river for all
necessary purposes. Cottonwood and
elm arc the principal tree's that grow in
this country. lOxccllent timber, in large
?uantities, can be found on the liig blue,
tepublicau, Loup Fork, Wood and .ik
Horn rivers; also on nil of the principal
The witcr is pure and beautiful.
Wells along the Platte and other rivers
are dug only from five to fifteen fect to
find inexhaustible quantities of the
purest and clearest water that ever
Coal (Anthracite) is found in a num
ber of the Southern counties of the
State, but none is known along the
I'lattc Valley. The people here get all
their coal from themines of Wyoming
Territory. If "delivered: anywhera
along the U. P. Head at S 10.00 per ton.
The citizens here feel confident that they
will yet-find plenty of coal in the l'latte i
Cattle and sheep can be raised any
where along the l'latte with very little
trouble aul cpenc. athe heavy crops
of biiftal) gri furnish all th. food nec
essary 'to 'keep stock "all the winter, ex
cept during the heavy snows, when it
becomes necessary to issu out ha v.
The hay is procured by simply cutting
the prairie grass in the fall and storing it
away nicely, when it is ready for u-e in
winter. At some future elay this will be
One of the greatest e'attle raising locali
ties in the United States.
It is expected- thnt five different Tail
rnds will tai the U. I', railroad at Kear
rey. The B. Jc M. Kiver It. 11 vii
I'lattsmouth, Neb., the lirownsville and
Fort Kearney R. R., the Central branch
of the U. 1. R. R. from Atchi-on, Kan
sas, atrhSt. Jo.eifh &, Denver Railroad.
Thc fwo" former Jrnes are" now running
cars in Nebraska, while work is going
forward on all of tlnjm. - It is, therefore,
only a question of time for the whistle ot
the locomotive to startle the bufhi'o and
wikKtjeor alii along the,, valley of. the
There are settlements atid'Iittle villa
ges in every direction fjom Fort Kearuey,
and I am informed that all of the set
tiers are doing well and are ilelighteel
with their prairie homes. Land can be
bought anvwhere along the l'latte, as
fertile as the Ohio Valley, at from $1.50
to $5.00 per acre. Land in many locali
ties can be precmjted, and can be paid
for at the legular (Jovcrnmont juice
when it comes into market. It can also
be homestcaded by the settler simply
pa.ving the land oilice fee, which is $li
j'or 1 GO acres. The homesteader receives
a patent for the land after live years'
residence on the same.
fact that the
whole of Nebraska is one of the smooth
est and levclest States in the Union, tho
climate in winter is very milld. Coid
weatlMT hardly fever, .1 am informed,
latsoTer two 'months-in the year. " The
prairie grass very often rjracs green nil
winter. The summers are also pleasant,
there being continuous breezes inter
spersed with showers of rain that mcas-
urablv destroy the heat.
"TJlEUKEVr AMKUICAN DKPERT."
NcvCr until recently did 1 know that
the great American Iesert which is laid
down in our atlases and ceographic?, and
annually taught our children, is a hoax
a myth of the most shameful character.
Having passed over a large portion of it
myself, and conversed with reliable gen
tlemen who have traversed the whole eif
it, 'I am lead to belieyo that there is
scarcely fcn acre of it but what is tillable
and susceptable of the highest cultiva
tion. That portion of the State over
which I passed I unhesitatingly pro
nounce it as nice and rich a country as I
ever saw. .The. 'vUrcat American Des
ert " shofuld-, therefore be erased from
geograplfVv nnd teachr, instead of
telling the youth that there is a barren
decei t in -Amca. should instruct them
thatr'itUculuvatlon, it could be made
the garden snot of America"
Mr. Sydenham is a leading man in Ne
braska, and is the author r.f a proposi
tion to move the .National t apital lrom
k Washington tr tho Fort Kearney mil- t the sum of .?'. if he would do some
r. v , i it:
r;, ,.;'..;,. v..l,.i., I r
cIuim5 Nebraska as the centre of our
j t count (which j, true) an a? thc
.tar f Kllipire is movin , westward, the
f -t l or later be located
oen,raj tion of th(J juU1j,lion
Mr. S. has circulated numerous docu-
e,tS and petitioned Congress, and has
nrn - nr. ,s .i,,,
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lie claims inai ne can erect jiety uiau-a";
i: -vs. -,-.'
- - , . l.;i.i:. nn.l not tm
the Govvrnment a single dollar, by
... i I t ,1. .a,.- ,. v.-,-, i'oT,
:'i 'A: : .t.T v ii:...: c rv.i.,,,,1?;.
JllIC 1 Ul L 1CJ I 1 1L V UtUlWU -J
iUes seiuare. beintr the same size oCthe
- . . .
present listrict of Columbia) and adver-ta-elots
for sale selling alternate lo:s."'isJ
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mat u onress win iiiaKe me loeaiion us
stated, his scheme will, sot only erect
be buildings for capitol purposes, but
will Utttfi-- tiK-rt uf'U.n -extra to pay
off We 'natiornnccxt ' iri lerss than ten
jars. Then again, it would open a new
duntry ana not injure JRie jjsl a pan!-"
c!p, and would in ten years time mat?
tttc LUiitefl-WfTrs-t' country
ij the world. His idea is a biff one and
s entitled to the e-othid-jfatioli ioFthe
Iicople. e shall sjeak or
I hope our readers will pardon the
reo-i'leaigth oCxuyJeUeri-..l.coull .uot.uiaka
them sltf tku: and jelo just ico to tlie great
;icd new country of Nebraska.
; Tbe latest estimate makes it out that
in the United States1 just now there are
twenty-seven young women studying
i thcrtorj witli ; i, view to ', becoming
preachers; nineteen studying law. aud
?isty-seve:i studying medicine.
PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, IS70
FROM FILLMORE COUNTY.
Fii.lmokk County, Dec. 7, 1S70.
Editor Herald : I was quite inte
rested in your "extracts from Prof. Hay
den's geological report on Nebraska,"
in your issue of Nov. 24th. He said :
"Much time and money lias already been
spent prospecting and digging for coal
in this region ;" llI would be glad to
find a workable bed of coal for the good
people, but it cannot be." . Again, "I
could not risk my reputation upon any
positive statement in favor of the exist
ence of coal at all in this region, or any
workable bed in the State."
Perhaps I am not as sensitive in re
gard to my reputation as 1 should be.
It may be that my lack of that acute
sensibility, which the professor manifests
in his report, is owing to the fact that
my reputation was firmly established
years ago ! You will recollect that in
my report to Mr. Woodman, Managing
Director of the Ii. & M. Railroad in Ne
braska, of July, 1st 1870, I stated that
I had found "an extensive bed of coal,"
kc. in Webster county. In all our in
vestigations of the works of the bc
nifint Creator, have we not invariably
found them perfect in every minutia ?
Is Nebraska an exception to the univer
sal rule? Has our Ged deceived us
here? Has He in Iuj majestic goodness i
spread out those rich, glorious prairies,
interspersed with hill and dale spark
ling rivulet and every substantial good
except this one thing needful ? Has He
brought us from the '"Egypt" of the
East to this "Canaan" of America, and
provided no fuel? This land where
"every prospect pleases" except the
prospect of coal ! Why, sir, the iha
is preposterous ! I am no geologist, yet
I assert positively without f--ar of suc
cessful contradiction, that Nebraska has
coal, ijood coal and plenty of it. I wil
show any responsible man or company,
for a reasonable compensation in hand,
a bed of ijood coal that can be profitably
worked. Permit to say that I have
samples of thij coal ' at my residenc;,
(sec. 10, town S of range .'J west post
office, McFadden, York county, Neb.),
which has been examined by English
and American colliers and blacksmiths,
all of whom prouounce it of a f uperior
quality. I have burned it on thc ground
and in the stove ; it burns clear, quick
and clean. .
I am receiving a large number of let
ters from the east every iutHtU in
quiring in regard to the soil, climate,
atmosphere, building materials and fuel.
Our soil is as rich an Tproductive as any
part of any other State in the Union
our climate as genial and salubrious as
any other locality on this continent.
Thc atmosphere is clear, dry, and as
healthful as any other locality under
heaven. The State is bountifully sup
plied with several kinds of building
stene, superior clay for briek, and good
sand. Nebiaoka has an abundance ef
good coal, notwithstanding Prof. Hayden
to the contrary. Wood is not plenty in
all parts of thc State, yet in many parts
there is enough to supply a much larger
population than we have at present.
Nebraska has good markets, her center
, Leing the positive geographical center o
our glorious republic. We would say to
all creation, come to Nebraska. Come
one. come all ! To the poor man we say
come, for here you will find a place for
profitable investment. To the lazy linn
come, for here you can live with less la
bor than in any other place you can find.
To the mean men, come, for here all the
mean men run for office and occup3
prominent positions in society. To the
Christian, we particularly say come,
your influence and example are sore y
needed, and here you will be for a time
separated from'the noise and strife of
thc busy world. To the wicked man,
we say come, for here you can get alone
and ''cuss' to your heart's content with
no human to hear. There ..Ls room
enough in our State for all a "'home in
Nebraska." L. R. Warner.
THE 53.000 Kr.ASDI.lt. -,
The Platte Valley Independent has as
serted that somebody in thc interest of
Gen. Thayer has offered somebody else
who has been elected to tho State Senate
thing, and the Independent very gravely
intimates that this something which
somebody was asked to do was to vote
for the re-election of (en.il'hayer. We
think this is a very mean way to try to
defeat any man. If thc Independent
knows of any villainous transactions,
Lwfiy not corr.e FqUarC ftnl with it, and if
it doe? not it is meaner than dirt to cast
such .insinuations. Ji4 it. ha3 been
of. Wc clip the following very sensible
remarks upon .shis. -.subject from the
Omaha Republican :
What we want to.knotrand what the,
tieople want to know is, who offered the
iribe?and to whom was it offered?- was it
offered at all? or is it a miserable, cowardly
attempt to'duniage a man by inuendo,
without the semblance of a foundation?
Mr. Mobley's affidavit does not reach the
gist of the matter at all. He claims
that he is not at liberty to give thc name,
Lutvll'.at hli intbrmat y'teT - in hu
bwn fitne, al his owti pJrasurtf'tVavow
his responsibility ! If there is any
f ipndation ;fir the ftitcment, why not
substantiate it now? It would be done
if it were .possible. w )V.hy jih'i e'-ion,
this skulking, this C'luivociil method of
Stating tdie. , matter I Tltc object is to
keep the" lie afloat, with an assurance of
varification l'alse as the inuendo itself.
Why leave it to be inferred that a 5 3, WO
bribe was offered for a Senatorial vote,
with a chance" escape bsayiug that it
vav for something else? Is not the
whole design of this base insinuation
'jierfectly transparent? By such infa
mous methods it is hoped to shake
the confidence of the lie publicans of Ne
braska in Gen. Thayer.
A few city orders for. sale',
th"- IluiAi.L ofiice.
Eu -uire at
Berlin, Dec. .9.
The President yesterday announced in
the North German Parliament that a
note had been received stating that King
William had accepted the title cf Em
peror of Germany.
The King of Saxony has accepted the
proposal, made by tho King of Bavaria
regarding the title of Emperor of Ger
many. Mf.uno, Dec. 8.
Thc Grand Duke of Mecklenburg de
feated the third French army corps here
A squadron of French gunboats has
been sent to the mouth of the Loire to
Brussels!, Doc. 10.
A report has been received here that
Harre has been occupied by the Ger
mans. London, December 10.
A dispatch from Tours reports that
there is good authority to believe the re
Iiorts that Gauibetta has applied to the
'russians for an armistice to allow a
truce for an election of a National As
sembly. Bordeaux, December 10.
Advices from Tours announce the ar
rival there of over a thousand Gcruian
Minister Gambctta, in a telegraphic
circular to the Prefects of departments,
from the headquarters of Gen. Chaus.tej',
says : "Chiti-'ev continues to resist the
attack of Prince Frederick Charles, tak
ing many prisoners, and inflicting hcavj
losses on the enemy.
Versailles, December 10.
The Duke of Meclcnbcrg announces
from Meung, on the 10th : "The ene
my violently attacked us yesterday, but
were victoriously repulsed by the 17th
and d divis-ions, notwithstanding their
superiority of forces. Beaugenav was
occupied on the Sth in-t., and Vierzon
London, December lo.
Bismarck declares that he will not
treat with the Tours government on any
consideration, because it has connived
at bad faith, and itd officers have broken
The Paris government h'is just re
fused a suuinu.ns to surrender, saying
that they will fight to the last man.
Tho centre of Frederick Charles ar
my is at Orleans ; the left wing at Reau
geny, and the right wing near Turin.
A cavalry division, followed by a force
of infantry, proceeded south f rom Or
leans, and has now occupied Vierzon.
The whole army of the Prince comprises
11 divisions; in all, 145.00) men. The
extension of his line over so long a dis
tance causes souie anxiety at Versailles.
Two divisions are operating in the coun
try about Dijon, while there are in Lor
raine, at Montmedy, at Lonqucy two di
visions, and in front of Paris seventeen
divisions. These armies, if ranks were
full, would number ' 5 10,00i) men, but
their real strength is less. New recruits
are now en mute to till them up to this
strength, which is considered ample to
hold the country all winter.
. The revolutionary party at Rome at
tempted an cmeute on the 9th, threat
ening to sack St. Peters a:i4 attack the
Vatican. The di--tuil aneo reached for
midable proportions before it was quelled
Ly gens d'armes, aided by the military.
London, December 1-.
Advices from Versailles, dated tlrcSth
state that Paris wasstiiiinoned to surren
der on the Oth, with immediate bom
bardment as the penalty of non-submission.
A committee was allowed to come
out of Paris to consult w th tho govern
ment of Tours. Tho reply returned was
& flat refusal. The expectation is, that
the war will rlose with the surrender of
Paris. At the King's headquartdrs. at
Versailles, is now said that the occupa
tion of France will continue for two years
after peace is concluded.
London, Deo. 13.
The Doming post will tcii the exact
truth about the reported proposal for an
armistice. Gambettc suggested to Lotd
Lyons, with a viev: of a speedy meeting
and efiiceinncy of the coding Congress on
Eastern questions, that an arniistiee to
pressed by the neutral powers in ordOi
to allow the election of a Constituent
Assembly, and thusgive increased weight
to the presence of the French plenipo
tentiary at thc said Congress. No over
ture has been made to Bismarck, nor has
this suggestion had any result. A great
meeting, calling on the government to
reeogni?e thc I rcneli Republic, will bs
j held in Trafalgar Square.
ting to tho commercial intercourse le-
tween tho UMitcd fctatci anI the Jnth
North American possession and the lie
public of Mexico. The bill authorizes
the President to suspend all laws relat
ing to the trade with the provinces, and
aji communications; with their ships not
inconsistent with the treaty with England.
Mr. Schurz offered the fallowing, and
stated he would make some remarks iaa
iiVw days, an I of which, to that time,
ctnsjderatiou was deferred: "Kesolved,
i'hat the disqualifications and di.-aoih-
j belliou a'aiiiit the ,(3overnuient of the
UniteJ States were dictated by iniricra
tive public necessities, and not by a -spirit
ot hatred and vindictivencis, and that
as soon as such public necessities cease,
due regard l'or thc fundamental princi
ples ot" our system . of govermncut, as
well as ' every consideration of sound
statesmanship, demand the removal of
those disqualilicataons and disab lities."
' The 2?ena.e then took up li.e cah ndcr
and eli.spo.sed of a nuaibcr of biiir, those
objected to being laid aside. The tirst
bill on the calendar A bill to abolish
the' fiankiDg imvileee " was passed
over at ihe instance of Mr. Drake.
The House bill repealing the tenure of
office act was received from the Jlon.se
and referred. ! . ' '
Senator lrake .was confirmed .his p.
m. T5.-! Chief J eiticti' -of tha Court of
Cl iims-. without his nomination having
been previously referred to the Standing
Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, from
the Judiciary Committee, reported a bid
to repeal the bills of March, ltiT, and
Aprii regulating the tenure of cer
tain civil oilices, and moved the previous
e-ucstion. jji reply to a question But
ler said the bill was unconditional, and
included all tenure of oilice acts. The
bill passed by a vote of 177 to 25.
After a long and acrimonious discus
sion of the bill introduced by Mr. Lpan
for r.L-oIishini: the offices of Admiral and
UUlNUItJLOOlUlNAL.. CHICAGO JI.VRHF.TS.
. SENATE. r j Chica-jo, December 13-
Washington, December 12. I Flour Extremely dull and nominally
Several memorials and petitions were unchauged ; receipts, 4,443 bbls: ship
presented to the Senate and referred. tncnts, 2,42.
Mr. rh.-indlor introduce! a bill reli- Wheat Firm and steady and mode-
Vice Admiral in the navy, it was pa-ed
under a suspension of the rules without !
Mr. Kelly offe'rcl a resolution for thc
abolition of the internal revenue system,
except as to the articles of tobacco, dis- j
tille.l vririr: rin.1 nnl liminrs. Till rPSC-
bition was adopted by a vote of 104 to 0. j
The negative votes were Aper, Aver, I
Eenpmin, Cox, Finkelmbursr, and
Washim iiviN, Dec. 1 1 .
Mr. Sawyer presented the credentials
of his colleague, Mr Robertson, re-elected
for the term commencing March,
1371. The credentials of Messrs Farrow
and Whitely, Senators elect from (.b orgia
were taken from the table and referred
to Committee on Judiciary.
Bills were introduced by Mr. Carpen
ter, granting land to th? State cf Wis
consin to aid in thc construction of a
railroad from Milwaukee to Lake Super
ior, via (1 recti Ray, Wisconsin; by Mr.
Kellogg, to aiil in the construction of a
railroad and telegragh line from A'irmil
lionville, Louisana, to Marshall, in the
Sute of Texas, there to coyncct with thc
Texas Pacific railroad; by Mr. Spencer,
confirming the hind grant in aid of the
Selma, Rome and Dalton railroad in the
States of Georgia and Alabama. All of
the forgoing bills were referred to the
Committee on Public Lands.
Mr. McCrecry asked leave to intro
duce a resolution, notice of wnieh he
gave yesterday, proposing an investiga
tion with the view to the restoration of
the Arlington Estate to the widow of
Gen. Robert E. Lee, the removal of the
grave yard on thc premises, and restitu
tion for any incumbrance placed there in
the interest of the government. A de
bate ensued, which took 1 '-d range
and became at times, acrimonious. The
Repu' liean Senators took strong grounds
against any disturbance of the bones of
the loyal dead at Arlington.
Mr. Edmtms said, in the course of his
remarks, that Gen. Lee was dead, and
the only regret right minded people
could have was. that ho had not died,
either in his youth, his patriotic man
hood or earlier than he did by the hand
of thc law.
Mr. Sumner said the resolution was
I the representative of the sentiments of;
Mr. McCrce -y rcpiieel that he alone
originated it, and was responsible for it.
The feature of the debate was upon
the abstract question of the riaht of the
Senate to prohibit a member from intro
ducing any legislation of whatever kind.
The debate lasted t lire r hours, and at
Jin; conclusion, after a refusal to allow
Mr. MeCreery to withdraw his reemc-t
and the rejection of the motion to lay
request on the table, a vote was taken
on giving leave to introduce the resolu
tion, and was denied by a vote of 4 to 54.
The yeas were Messrs. Fowler, Hamilton
MeCreery and Yickers.
The House resolutions of respect to
the memor3' of Robert Ridgeway, late
Representative from Virginia, was ad
opted. Mr. Sprague offered a resolution for
an investigation into cirtain char-res made
against him of complicity with ii adulent.
cotton transactions during the war.
Several petitions were presented and
The Ifoue resumed the consideration
of the bill to consolidate the postal laws
I -ending; the question being, an amend
ment oli'ered bv Dill repealin ' fVnm first
of July next ail laws allowing franking
ing privileges', as amended thereto by
V elker, allowing newspaper exchanges
and weekly papers to actual subscribers
in the county where pub'.i-hcd to be sent
free. Welker's amendment was modifi
ed so as to ine-lude semi-weekly and
monthly newspapers, and was adopted
7;i to 50. Hill's amendment, as amended
was then agreed to yeas, 103; nays 05.
Bills removing political disabilities of
certain parsons were passed.
The House took up the business from
the Speaker's table and referred to com
mittees. All land grant bills were ob
jected to, and remained on thc Speakers
A ?;civ Apportionment l.il).
Wasiingcox, December lo.
Western members begin to talk of a
now apportionment bill to give an in
creased representation to their fftate.
based on the returns of the ccn-us of
la:t sumrafr, new members to be cliC-on
at special elections, in time, to take their
sea's next IVcember in the" Forty-second
Congress. A bill to this effect will soon
be introduceel, and if no committc re
ports it, it will be sprung upon the IIou?
soa'.C Mp--day in the morning hour.
rately active; No - clos d at 1 05,
casli; l u'iy-i U'., scucr. January;
Xo 1 sold at 1 titi: Xo 2, 1 01 ; rejected
receipts, 50 OO'J bush; .'hipment?,
Cor.. Fair elomand and Crci ; now,
No 2 closed at -43lff 13, cash ; No
srrade, ; new yellow, 45 ; receipts,
44.( bushels ; bhipuu-nts, 25.0U0.
Oats (Juiet a id steady ; No 2 3S(
Ss J; rejected, 34; receipts, 15, 4fJ3bu.-h;
tdiipruen's, 2:0)U. --"
Bye Ouict and ca-ier; No. 2, G7JI
rcceii'-ts. i25Lush; no shipment-..
Barlev Ouiet and firm ; No 2, 72i
No 3, 531 ; receipts, 2,0 40 bush ; ship
Wb.is.ky Firm and l.iger , sales of
iron bound at SoJCj 'SO.
Hogs Quiet and firm at 7c; receipts,
1-ork Mess jork closed at $1S 15 for
cah : $10 00 for future,
Lard 1 1 for cash or future.
Cattle Receipts ,50; market quiet
i i 1
ana prices uncnangea.
Hoys Iteceipts, lo.GLKJ head; maruet
active and tirm, lier.t weishts ll:n2:
best; sales nearly all at C 00(0 10; lot
tHstillcrs soli at 5 C5.
iSheep ileceipts, 2,404 : pood grades
fairly active and firm at 3 003 2J..
NT. I.OIIS .12A!t'itr.
St. Loris, December 13.
Flour Low medium prades of fall
scarce anel firmer; t-u;eri;4 15f'Z- 25;
I extra $1 50; double extra $4 75cij4 V ).
W heat lluvers aii'l sellers apart ;
prices irrenular, and 2"t 5c lower; No 2 i
red winter $1 22(1 23; No 1 U 3 X:.
Corn Pull and droopintr : mixed in
bulk 43(? 45c; vellow, 40&4GJ.
Oats Dull at 43(".40c.
Barley 'ery dull ; No 1 fall ?5.
live Steady at 7.0-75.
Whisky Firmer at SS.
Provisions I r.ll and easier: "mess
pork I1?; I.ulk sh-uldcr o-'T: clear lib
ii i ii in i mi 1 1 i i mil 1 1 i i ii
li' 1 1
clear sides, 1 1 ; bacon clear
; hams, siu-ar cured, HO : lard,
smls 1 1
I'J. ir e-h i''0-
Ileg Dull: G C'M'' receipts ",J0'
Cattle I'tiedianued at -1 ' " for fair to
The cpulariiy of the Cor.tuiontal
increasing. It stands abend ot all
other Companies m AuK-riea. paying the
Lest .dividends to the insured. 1 lie most
judicious care app'-ars in the .-election of
its risks a you v.i;l see hy examining t lure-ports
of New York and Mas-achu.-etts,
viz: Massch;tett reports for 17't. page
05. yen can see the exhibit as follows, by
a few of the larg-jt companies.
Deaths on new policies i-;ued daring
the vear endiiii: Dee. ;;i -t. 15-iV.t.
in c' claims Ratio of
policies loss to
issued ain't in'd
1 WJ. 1 S.VJ
-117 . "s
Mu ;!!! Life
This shows c in?luively tint tin Con
tinental is more careful in the selection
of its risks than any other eomoany in
America, for the proof of the pie is in
eating it. as it is fully shown by this
exibit. We could not coin-hide thishrief
notice of the Continental Life without
adverting to the primal cxcelhrnf'O it pos
sesses of immutable stability. No moun
tain is founded on a firmer basis.
Whoever cn'er the ranks of its policy
holders may no cr.'y re t assured thai he
and his heirs will be most pquiuhly and
liberally dealt with but may ;;!-'o dismiss
all misgivings from his mind a to the
Company's perptu'ty and the peil'eet
safety of the fund-ii:ti usted to its keep-
::'." nr.ee M);ifor, d-wl
Muorc, of the Rural Xnc Yo. l.cr, was
sittiii.: in Jiisoaico one a
years as;o. when a r.irmer n .-mm came in
"and said,' '"Mr. Moore, I like your pa
per, but times aie so Lard I cannot pay
'"Is that so, friend Jones? I'm very
sorry to hoar that you are to pocr; and
if vou are ro bar ! vu:i 1 wj'i giv- you
"Oh. no! I can't take it a; a gift.'"
'"Well, then, Jet's see how we c;n fix
You raise thickens I believe.
'"Yes, a few
but thev don't biinir
any thin? lnrdly."
Don't they ? Neither does my paper
co?t anvthing hardly. Now I .h-ivc a
proposition to make to you; I wi l con
tinue your papi.r and whe-n you i-o h unc,
you may select lions your lot, one hen,
nnd call her mine, 'lake good care of
her, and brimr nie tho prncceds, whether
in efis or chicken.-, :md wc will call it
"All rieht. brother Moore ;"' and the
old fellow ehurkVd at what he thought
v.a.s a capital bargain. He kejit the con
tract strictly and at the end of the year
found thv he ha 1 paid about foiir prices
for his paper, lie ofren tells the jokf
on himself, and says he never has had
the face to say he was too poor to take
a paper since that day.
Her !siciit2:i'JiJ- ti:
Ye tcrd.iy afternoon a
reached the k.ndirg r.f the t:an-!er
b-.ie.t, and before she could gather up
several p- -ka;-es that were in the (;;:'-ii-.L-e.
ti;at lirought her d"V.ii, she ha d
tin; mortification of setic;.? tho be. at pu-!i
off from the &l;ore. While she stood
looking at the boat with an expression
upon her face of anything but angelic
sweetness, a gentlemen, on the mn
caii;e upon the scene, with eari e t -U
in bis haul and co;tt on. his arm. J10
soon realized that he was too Lite. A;
he looked at The boat, now fast moving
awav, he .-et down h:.s caret sac-:, wiped
bis face, and. with treat deliberation and
emphasis, said :
'"D 11 that I oat !
Ibe l.-ulv heard it, and, smiling upon
him with an ineffably sweet look, said :
'"Thank you, sir."
lie had undoubtedly esprc-f:ed her
In illustration that "misery loves com -priny,"
they both took the fame carriage
Lack to tho citv.
CIIATTKL MORTGAGE SALE.
Default hr.vii:!; heen nil lo in n certain Chatte
Moripnpc lu-arii'.i- d ite thc Twenty eighth 'Ste.)
d-iy tjt September, "A. 1). I-jT". cx-jcuted hy
Thomas Gray to C. V. Lyman Co., which said
f.ioiZ" TVil-s fla!y r- .orded in th : county
clcrksTdTn-c ot ' "w"" "nntv. State of Nehraska.
on thc ?ixternth (1C, day oi i,.'."uiyer A. I'.
ISio, at five o'ciuck r- ia. ia li'k D t.f chattel
mor. gapes. ou p-i?c one hundred. au-l
thirty-one l-'O & e'i on which mortape
th?rc is due at the date of this notice the s-j-ri f
i'r.O M""drcd and five Dollars and Four cents,
-ria?:"-?! ?nd interest : p--t mi mJ. and no suit or
proeeedinp havins been bn-ii'ut';' ut law to re
cover thc same or any part thereof.
Notice is therelore hereby given t'.at "t:y vir
tue i f a power to sell, or Pet forth in said inort
gape hy .-aid Thomas Gray, thct I shall cxpoe
lor .-ale at pn'olic anetion to tho hiphe-t hidder
at th; front door of the Court II ii-e in platts
nuiiith Cass eounly ntorcsaid. on Thursday the
Fifth day of January A. I. 1871. at th-.i hourcf
1 o'clock p. ui. thc property descrioed i.i said
mirtp.-.pe, to wit: l)i:e Inii'. lin? heretoiiirc
u id and occupied a 8 hilii ird -a'.oori an I ten
pin alley, situ iled upon lot touri4 in block (":
thirfy-tive in thctowu of I'lattsmouth i'uss co..
Dalcl at Plattsmocth aforesaid thii 12th day
of Dcccaiher A. 1. ls?o.
C. VT. LYMAN Jt CO. Mortpi?cj.
Notice is Lcre'.y piven that in ptir?nance oT a
decretr.l or.'.-r of sale. in?idt? hy his Honor (ieori-e
H. Lake, iudi'o of tho District Court, Sc -md
Judicial Di-tric. in open Court a' the Novem
ber term thereof, nt i'lattsm outh, Nebraska,
on the fourteenth day i f November. A. D ISTU.
nt the hour nfl o'clock 1. M.. I will on the
1 Sth day of December. A. D. 17 '. at the hour cf
lC celock A. m. ot sanl il.iy. at tic ln nt Uoor oi
the Court Ifouso in I'lattsmouth. Ca-s county,
Nebraska, offer fr fale nt pnliiie V-i lue. to
the hiphes bi.lder. oil thc right, titic nr.. I in
terest of Alice Screes aod Smnl. Seapps, minor
heirs of Win. Ford. UeecHSod. in nnd to the lol
lowins described real e.-lat-?. to-it: lot No.
fiht !. ia block No, ciphty-sqveu in
riattsn-t-itth. Nel-r.i.'ka. Satii f iio '" remain
s.r...., I. . i- llT.l A ( . 111,1 til ll'floi k A. 51. to llo'clock
j a. M. of said day. ,,.rr..vl.
lcrtr s viu-ii, i..-a.. ii. ii -i..
(iu:iriiaa j min' r hirifif Win. Ford. dp-fi-.
bjJtnitiiu ."i Ciiapsian, At'.r'.
James M. K'tQi'ill vs. Rula' Str?ctirt Ti
Eliibeth Streeter. irler of ?::!e,
Noti'-.- is hereby tfiven that i niii. .hy -virt le.
Ei'.d muhority of a decree rca hred :;t the No
vember -term of the- Pi-'-.-h-t Ovrt of the Sce
oi d Jr. li'dal LiStrii-t. within and for' t';i-s
county. Ncbr;i.-ka. A. lJ. ZC-J. t iod ort ihe 4di
day of Noyeiuhcr. A. 1. Ivi, otter for Sule. at
nuMi'J auction, nt the fruit door of t'i Court
.House ia ihattsinouth. Cuss connty. Nebraska,
on thOt'a day of December. A. i-iiO, at two
o'clock P. M. of Fiii I dny. tha foilowinrr rcAl
est:tt. to-irit : Thc sonth-v. est qu;irtr t-4)if
section No. dx ('";. in tj-wiisip No. t-ii1o nonii,
raas.' No. tnUo 112 ei'st ef tbe f'.h P.M..
fita;itc in C:iss county, Nebraska, isol I the
property of liu.uj .-treeter and Elizabeth
Strccter. to satisfy a j'.i icnient n t:vor of
JamesM. Kiininll. Oivcn ur. ler my haiid, thi3
21d day of N o vc.-abcr, A. J . 1 -70.
J. W. JOHNSON.
SheriXof C.i'!- County, Nebr:..ska.
AVtr.LiT Pottksgeb, Au'y fur ri-tistiff.
C. 1IKI3ET., Proprietor. ll:iving rccontly b?fl
reprared and idu.ee I in thorough runnin? or-ier.
lnntsJi l!nsh.-li ft' Whc:.i wanted itninciiiiUclv
fortv-hich thc bis,-!-,-;;-! ii:a--i.ut rr-c ,T--- oe rat-1
W'-A NTKD Kvcrj bo.ly - ?-t i.ifir Ill.iok
?f suit ii iiiir .lm- jit 1'ilK K A- .MILLS'
r-hop. ui .-'ixili .tre!t. .-.iuth ot
iiitcutieii '.-nfu U- .s;ioi:i n 1 1.
eci.t.M.v;t' Pl'ICI" X MILL'S.
I TOR SALK. Two Ioti :u Clvtiwoml. Cho:n..
Isept-j s litiu:.
1,-OK PALE. S? aero of land aij..iuiua
Pintt.xiuuath. Ei-'iuirc of
.Sains P. DUKi:. .
JOR PAI.L T!ie mi! vil.ci- ofiVr- for snl - n
V;iiu;il.!e watiT ir, two iiiilt-i br!.w
Pint tc'iidiith. ni':ir '' M'-.-..iiri nvir. with
f 'it:ii-:o?it v:uor anil f;i!l with cooiioihhmI m :,n-ii.-iacnt
tn rotui-t-io-'cr i-ii.-il to :i :io l.or-e-I'litvcrsu-itin
cn;riuo. The present owner is rn-fciiKi-.l
in oilier hi! .ir.e.-s n l eann ieote
utteiilion to the I "..-inr.s- of iiii! ! : n:.-. mi. I wi!
if!! sni-d water jiuvvcr for n !:-. nnM piiee.
Applyto Maxwell .V i'imimuv. .!-.-21.!.twt
U)Ts j'oi: sal::
urvs ion saij:
LOTS FOIS S l.K
1 1 niLLl.G.
3. C. I ii. H. WUEKLKH.
i ox & VFiit:s":i,i:i:,
.ATTOSNHYS AT LAW. Pr.eeial i.ttcntien
even to prohate l.tisiness ini.l lanil titlo eases,
m'.iee in tiie Masonic Llovk, !aia Ptite!.
t. m. MArQi r.rir. j. ;;. sriicyo.
MAIMiL'ETT &. STISOi.
ATTOKNKV AT LAW an.l polieitor in Cbi
nerv, A f.jr ltiiiin.au Lan i-! i'lalt.-mi.uth,
.. i.'.'. ::v.! :.r . s.ci. m. riiAf-tif
ATTOl.NKVP AT, LAW arA pol-eitors in
han eery. Piat;sinoutii. Nehraska. (Jlhe'J ovo'
hile .t Uattcry'.-i Ur; Pture. (uprl.
. n. WlJEKUKR.
L. t. HKNVIIT
B"Ui l'.st:ito T-ix Payi;- AfrenU, Xi!..:it3
. ul.lie, Kir-; :i::l Li!'e Insu:.n.L'c Atenti', l'liit:
tEouih. Nchru. ka. j:2!!t
iit ao s;:?o--..,
CAI.l'KNTEtt.S A- J'.'IXEhS. Are prepA--to
do v. orli in iroo'l style, on short, notie. . ar'1
v ehttiiptisi the cheiipet. ch:)', corner o!
A 1 .1 : 1 1 i'liii'il, sirOcl.-l. (.lUKoidtf.
Attorney nt I.:vr. nr.J Genera! CuMcoting Ascni
.....1 V,....,.. 1:..
All lesnl iiusincFS ivtrijste.l to !.;! care irill r
eeive pronipi ;iiji e.-ireuu Hiiriiiiou iinu-o
the Tre.isUi er's .iliee ia the i:m;rt lioase.
uiarl--All It. j
1 1 li I v 1 .'i (j ! 1 6 , ii7 ; . , j
PHYSICIAN AND SUIltiKOX tcmlers hi I
pi (.fi--iin;il serviee? to the vitizen.4 nf't ; -.Jeotin-ty.
ltesi:iene Miuthe t eorner of (ak nri'l Sixtli
street.-; otTiee on Ma n street, oppotite Coiirl
liou.-e. l'laiu-muuili. XeLraka.
ilr. .1. W. TiSO."?E AS,
Having periiianentiy loenteJ at VreopliiR 'Wa
ter Falls-, tenijers his profesr-iana! fervi es to thc
cili.i'iis of Oil's county, iehra.-ki?. (jan'i'.-ti.
lt A B.IS, 1. .,
rilYSICIAX AND SL'ItGEON.-lito a Snr-reon-in-e'hiet'
of thc Armv of thc l'otomae,
PinUsim nth. Nehu'ska. OlBcer.t O. V. Johnr
snn's 1 i iii; f-toru Ma i n street, oi'p'isito (.'lark A
l'luuiinors. l'rivuto rc-iJenco rornerof Koek arH
llih rtreets. two doors t juth ot P. I'. Gusi'.
J. K. Holland. Proprietor, corner of M:'in and
Ihir 1 .streets-. I'l.itt.-inoulh, Neir.-a.-k;', HaviiiK
Li-i-ii retitit-.l newly furri.-hei i.aerf first
ela. i ai"ja:ii:a .'liatinn. Uoard hy l ho ne k ' "
lay. faiu-11. '.:.
WiSE St PALMER.
GENERAL irdBURAfviCE AND REAL
NOTARY I'UDLfC AND CON V V. Y A C E R S
l'ay Spf iti! iit.-cniic.it to Fire and T.il'e ItiF-.ir-ranco.
A re ae.-if.: tor a immher nf the Im : t In
sur:;u;e C'.inp.inies in the United State.
V c invite i ropiTty holders to five t:s a rail
nnd ascertain how lo-.v wo can in.--.ire tiie-r live-,
an I their pioperty. ile.lilj;!'.
Taken up by the .uli.-cri'oer on th"tc
i ! a r k
Aovciawr. ls.o. in .Mount rieasaii!
cinct, fit Centre alley, C:: -.s e -unty, Nf hi
t vo two year old fco:s! colts. Due
ir-in prr -y. with a dim white vpot in i'sfor.'
hot hind loot w hite. Se.-on i. li-at sorn I
star in the forehead, ripht hiiil footwji
other mni ks or brnn Jn visible.
On thc Estate of David Story, deceased.
Notico is-pivtnlo all parties interested that
application has been made to the Probate I'-.u.rt
of i'nss county, Nebraska. to appoint !i!i AJuiin
iptrator on tlie estate of David Story, Into of
said county Said npplication will b" hoard
December V", at Vi o clock A. M.. A. I. L-7J.
A. L. CHILD.
Jccl3. i'lobato Judge.
T T 77 J) 7 Ty T71 f T7"
r.I 111 IN K i J U l'jl IV
FUR N I T U R E, !
L0UHGS, SAFES, TABLES,
OF .LI. DESCr.irTIOXS AND AT ILL. rr.lCKS.
etalic Burial Cases,
Cl? ALIi SIZE3.
RtiJy Made, and Coid Cheap for Cash.
YIT1T Dtany thank for past patronnc. I !
invite .til M c.-il nnd exauiinc my l.-rgc stock '
cf I'urniturt aud CoUiiii. u'i-df.
(Sjcccssor to IL V.'clilier'
and dti.ler in '
AliN E.-S, SADDLES. C0LLAK3, II ALTKR 5
AVhips, Brushes, ic, ic.
RetMirlne u.yi f id -;;-.n'i.i.'! .- an 1 ivT'ri ill;-
' j iitve me a call before. j!irclia.--in.T .'ht!;o-c.
1 i-oitrtii .s'treet. ii'..-ih ni l'iatte ';,l..'v llnu-e.
j r.'JiriU.ij : it'Ue'- j A D tini-Hy':- i'lard'A.-ire
.-i- ' r - ,- !.i!"--tf
J-OfTiro r.-rncr Main r.il .iPa.l (treat.- t3'
TERMS : Iai!j-$I0.(K per 8ni--- or; 1 .fJ:
whs iwa nr.
TltAIN N) 1.
I.e. 1.4' A. Ni
Lr. I'V.ii A. M .
I n. lo "ii A. y
I.e. 1 1. 7 A. M
Ar. ii .v, a
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K. U IV N
M'.i.ih.i .' :ine.
l '. M
Ar. 1 v
Ar. S t.".
' Ar. l-.M ! p m
I Ar. 1-2.-J7
I Ar. 1 -J.'".
j TRAIN NO. 3.
i I.e. Vlo P. M.
I I.e. ('.:-. P. M.
I I.e. p. M.
I be. 7 J '. V. M.
! Ar. VfV P.
j Ar. S.!1 "
! Ar i'.J'i
; ir. '.'..Hi "
Ar. In.'JO "
W avert y
'inaha .1 line.
;'-..iith I'.en l.
i .n '
i C. .1 M. It. It.
i'f'H.k t!Ve.-! Put.'Iiy Not. 'Si
I innvr. .
! r.ieif.' Ksprer- exrept M. .!.:
! Mail - L'veept Son. lav
Kreik'l'.t o. .' except ."-.iii'lrv'
Freight Nu. x'ept Pnti.ly
P! I'A K T.
At'antie 1.x prr vr.c'.'t : a
Mai! pjliet t Siiu.lay
rv1' p. til.
i:li i . in.
....1 :.'.H r. m-
(':!)) . m.
' I'reiKlit No. ri neept Pinnhir.
Freiirht No. S except Puti'lny
flnp iin"e! ion with triiin
'l l;e I'.oat IjI'iiIivh l'lattMiuiu'.li.al S u.
i'l'lie ahove (rives thc arrival innl ileprirturc of
traim to and from the east Lank of the Mi--iiiiri
liver. 'liie Atlanti: K.vpres nrriven ut
linriiiiirton ut a in., im l the t'lieilie '. pre.i
luurCR thtre for I'latl.-iiiouili nt 7:jU v. r.
x ,-T. jor.. u. ft,
.'.CitlC JUNCTION IOWA,!
nmxo nokth. corTii anrrrf.
S'ltil nn.l I"xprerM,....t:l p. in. l:lo i. m.
Ni;-ht Llxpierij S a. in- :0 p. m.
1 his tivpj rnwnfrer- frot-i I'ln'ttiio-ith et."
eoi:iieetiu:i oin pnuth ! y .leu v in here nti (Si
4:' p. ni. train, ami elose eonne.t inn with train
Voing North by leavii.K here on thc 7 u. lu. train
OMAHA A 5'l.'T!l WESTERN.
OOI Ml S. W.
".'"I K. 111.
7..".i n. 111 '
, S.I.") u. 111.
Co lar I-'..-.n I
Pamenccrii anil frtit;ht v. ill
M ri p. m.
..-I.Sii p. in.
r. :;o p. w.
6.ii) p. ii
he ti an.-frrcJ nt
( oiler I-I;!n l nn I emnei'lioii
.Iiinelioii -rith t!:u inormtic
train fMiiiii We-t
ma le ai ' iipkh .
), .., I'l.i 11 . ,,,...!' I, (,. I, ill". , In ,
tlie IJ. , M. 1..
li. K. in Nelirsi.-ka. ami tee cvri.iuli tram kuuv;
n't. IV0111 l.ini nln to rialt.-ii;oul.h.
Triiin-- will lea v nn.l nrrive 1. 1 thn oepnf t
tho (i.inpany ut tho font o' Jours ftreet. Innl
further iiotiee tiehi !!- il1 lie i"M "n thn tnnn.
ami ratei ol'lruiht c:i:i ) l nrne.l nl the ol.h. a
oftho 'ou:pany. .1. 15. M 1 I.'l ON.
Chief Lncicicr snl Gen'l iupt.
PARTUEK OF MA lb.1-.
V p in. ID 'Vl p nt
9 p. in. in ' ni
'Jn in. 4 pm.
2 p ni lip in4
C. I?. A St. .toe R. II. South
C. II. A St. Joe I!. It. North.
n. .v- m. u. it. r. it.
P. A M. l: K. West,
Omaha hy Stae.
NelirjKka 'i'y. I.y Stage,
0 p in.
m p in.
7 ff pirc " nter.
a p in .
r. p m .
t I't i art-, 'I ue.sdaj-5. riar?'ljiy:, and
O"ieo hoirr. frniri R !X) a m tor , ii p til .
EumUys, U o"J to 1 t i" . .
J. W. MAR'.-'IIAf.T. P. V
Y. M. C. A. Kali nref Clark A I'lnmmr'
Ptore !rea'-hi:is crciy fra'uhath ait-rnvon ui
3 o 'cluck: l'rayer meet in? every Tuesday rrrn
inn at 7 o'el'-ck : Itrndiiit It .oniopen ca.-h day
from S a. m. to U p. m,
Firsr P.": -sr.vi V:r Nerih c'deof Mntn nt.
nest of Sixth llev. Ji. V. CniiiPinn : ci v ice .
t erv Sahhath nt 11 a. la. an I '.. ,0 i. ;n. i;ah
hutliSehool lit -o a- in.. .1. N. W ; ,r .-'i;por;n-tendet.t.
l'rayer ineetinff ivcrj Wi'ltiLSiiay
CTeiuiii fit ':'.') o'clock. -
Mffll .KlIST !'i-i;-'.ru.-'.Vcr si.'e -r Si-"h
Itrect. youth cf Main liev. .). i. MaTti-dd.
her ii'e everv S:hh'".t h at. l'l ";') a. m. iir.d 7 n. ui.
1'raver liieetin? every '1 h'lt -.-!.: ivvsiurp. t.laPi
rnectin-rs ctci y Mornbty i i-riiii.- nod iii nit- Lti te
iy after 'lose of S:iKbaL!i inoiiiinjr feviiU. -tab'.
aih :. )" at
C'iKii: ' '.TIONA t. Corner Locust r.d I'.iphth
gree! I'.tV. F. All: . 'i rvic-s V'TV ''abb.lto
nt l -:la. ni. and 7 p. in. Snl.bah S. hool at
2) I-, in. l'rayer nr.-ctins eveiy Wednesday
I-jrist'ocA f. ('orner 'ino nn 1 'f bird ptreet:--
hi'V. 11. St. tiovrce Vinnij. Sirvieis ev.ov Sab
1 a'h ut 1 :L4J a. in. r.ud 7 p. Hi. Sun luy JJehool
ht o p 11.
Cnl-.i UN Ser h.'c in Court IIocpc II"!I -i
E. Mulli.--. local r reach i-r. Kl-Icr", Ij,.-mc V. iU.s
nd T. .1. To ld.
CTH"t.l' ?Corth s;,"ef,f I'uVic.-1 i'i ir--!lo'
Father llnytn. First Mfi' evr i-j-.-aM.i-h at Mr
. ni.. Second Mas nnd Sermon ar JK.'it a. lit.
V'e; pi rs and Rc-n' di -tini t V.UM '. 111. XV')
it S a. in. every week d.-iv.
tlr'Rll.iN Sr.Hviri: Seivice in Ihe (! iinrm In
tun-", by I'rof. Adolphc D'Alliinanl. will bit
field at tho School Hoti.e in tho north part of th
City o't ry .Sabbath.at 11 a. ia. fruiiii -iy Ei.hnol
at 10 n. in.
HiI TI.sT I'rcnehius nt the O'lirt lions' J3ii
every fcabhath ut U o'clock ly L v. I. .M. M
Le:. 1. l'rayer meeting ev ty Thcrsday rveninp
ut the residenrn f the l'ator. Sabhith Selioi l
iitiir.ciip.tclv Hfttr tuvtulrg seTvi-jj.
O. i . itcffuinr meetiiiirs of I'lattr' Lodirt.
No.7. l.O.O. F. ev?ry Thursday eveidi.t'. nt
'V!'"5''-'-. Tr-i-'-K i.' Krcit!'., rs rc cot-
Jtll. v.L.hl.iUjliLr.ilr, N.
Cv.n. Vr.'i: .: :. Sc.-.
I. f. 0. n-i't-noiitli Ervsrnpmftiii No,
Rpulnr ('on-rvfrrti-.r-thi- "Jrid and 4fh I'ridaj V
f c'-h mop th at tu'd i 'Hlovrj il.i'I cor. At mil
Uain -:s. Transiei.t Patriarchs eordi'-Hy jnvile i
tovi-it. . i. Dl'Ki:. C. P.K
r-tif. M. CH.irMv. Pi-rihe.
KytfotTsor I'VTiitAg I'l-ittn Vam io(Uc fin.
f. Iteculnr neetins evi'rvTht:rilay crcT.ins.
lZtliCb'-'tttifr alri- wel'-'me.
W. I,. WKLLS, W. C.
v. in.rsKL. n. a c. s.
Y. V. I.EONAI'D.'. V.
M is vie ;j tT7Siir,i-rn L'iik No. A. V.
X' A. M. Kprr.i!r iroicf ine t t heir hnll on th-
rt and hir I Mond.iv eveoincn of each month.
Trans. tiit b.-cthern i :j v-it '-I f, ii.
JACOV VAI.LKRY. W. M
P. K. Rt-FF.vrtt. fite.
Mero Lor.r.t- No. 28 A;F. 4 A. M. -Itefrnl.ir
-neeti;ti a. iIa.uonic liil. firft end tbir I Kri-
dav. j. -, wis::;, v.'. m.
eiic. L. PF.T?.r,LT,f"e-;
Kevraika Chaptkr Xo. 5 P.. A. M.HefuTMr
oonvoi!'tii-n-i si-emid nnd- fmrth Tuesday eve
ninjs of eao mouth nt 7! o'-loek p. in.
. , . V. lf.WUEFLKXMI.r
W. D. rjA6E,5e
V A.rrr. vP t b Irr.a n r. r. I.onc r. R-(t -i!nr icVet -irigi
.f the i aniily &re hf-ld.oxi Vfcin(-llly'eTl--nir
jr. on or bef-ire the fall Diuon of ei'-t cioiith.
Ml .Ma-'ter MaOD5. their wive. i;.icr r.nd
dau-rfiUTK are i-wited to Httend. T'nn.nrried l.t
iii Riot Ui over "uiit.n -t-ar- of iir-.
Tp.s. C. . DrttF.P ltroneyy.
. J. N. Vis. IUcorde.
I. O. r.. T. T.m:r--AKr-n.Tro.?.-i; A. Kiik
atrick T.'.C. T. L. Ii. Les w, V. ' o. R. B. W ir.d
am. I o-?-te Dc puty.; Mtt!. nt Court llo-wa ilui
very d lay rr ni-ii' IfRr'edrn-r Tt-miiiM
resp'et 'ji.T iiiviv I. -s , - .
Y.xcr.:.u;t Irrc.'-Kn , T.ooas.. JTr. . l.E l:
ii"" Tr,'-,T-: ?" ', I-a''u-'',V. a. , Meets atCourt
tloiiHo UH ni th frr?t-Tid thir l ?atu'r lay cve-i-il-rn
ot o:ich u-.nt.!l. ; . .'- il .
,i '"ttaii or IXApf. Lobci o. S.-i-O.J.' Davi, "W.
-. J.: An drrw CV,ltmi.n.: S. ileetn at Mt.
t'lca-rpt every htttardi:;,-e.-ei.ius.
.VAit-rtK Vric.---. i'.:Tl.--.r. J.' Chandler.
IV. C. T.: Wm. J. V. S.; P. W. Calkin.
"jt.1?" Deputy. riimmMtmvry "(Vodneybiy evii
TravcliiiS Tei:ipT:Vs'ri f ;.ei-tfu:l y iuvite.i.
T.-rrr Ottn'vK 1:nwTii. yv. 2h -Alio- ui:"titK-
W.C. T.jJti. KiU rn C. If. Vin-l..-
'..rlg Depmy. -Heels t-very,.satnrd!iv cverdnrr.
l'rnvtliria Teipla ' "i'Clf;iily iiiviivd to
met with u.
The cr.pr rtnership Iierctufore er i: t:i hc.'ivo; ri
P. 11. "ui hniiin and .!- r.h L'-n 'ht-ve: -. is thi
dlrtolvcl ly uiut:ui! e..:i-.-it. it. Siif :: m
v.d coiuiriuo the bu:iin:-s, ;ia ", wiJI k-itIj '
acooant.J of the old Sr:n. .'.II tui.-hrci mil
plen.-e c:i!l and ettle il e aie, and all h iviu -.
chii'-a-; ple:ir c pre -ent t !r k"
F. II. lii rnv v..
los t i-ti Lii.fi i: l i ' -'
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