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Fao:i THE CAPITAL.
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Lincoln. Fed pinry 2.
ilDITou Hr.!!.r: Th.- ;.'i''. ilo -.f
K j; rcntativj ! ;a'l Vcrc cr'-.vrd j ! fit a"!
early hour ye-.-t T.hiy tm.ri; mg by :li-'
P 0 i ; eoplc i ' Jjhic -in ri : -1 the ham: . :..
of the gi-!af;rt, v.irh the xct.i
?i m . -h v.-itu :inr the c!.--:I'.?i c-f tsmoiii
fOw ' i' the high c.u: t oi' iiiiti-. ae-hisi'-nt.
Promptly at lo cbck Mr. .dyer- call-t-i
!: his re-" Iit:. Mr. (Ja'e-g of Lan
caster, cricrc 1 a .ultit;it2 iu the lorn of
i. r ! luti-m fr th.) election of a joait
-.!.::i;:ttr-M f !..-. c; 'ictttii a vho art! t )
i')-lrp d-.vn thv-.u-jh t'.? r: ji of the
; r.-s-mt M'Ik' f.:i
--..-. -lli i-vl !!lrt Ni
nn i Tiio line
re-tare !' State am;
i.c Mcy.:rs r-'v.n was di.-.cus.
and debaud i'.r tare-; lotitr Lou?:- Ah
i.i. rt every r.uiiil-or cxhuu.-ted Jiinielf
as well a his supply cf ii!au::i'ji:i vruids
o:i the sur met.
Th rc?o!utka vf:n finally laid on tL
table hy a vote of twenty two to .seven
teen, Jili the I)--.ir.)jrafs vol ir.i; against it.
Mr. Claky's invrstiirati m r-. so1 it: ui
-.s taken ;; iji;s.. 1 without a I i - -"'nth.g
Itai o a-'-ed !a: S.;;::c Mers.
JSrtel.'on and Tlifi:ns wore el-etod to act
rh.j i-rtf -f 'h-; .-.'n.iti. The U":st
will r'i-'t ih- ir ..rti..n of tin cn.L:ii t ce
io .lay. They vi'i hj'.rse.isiately to
work. l W3 viy h-ok fur a th.crjnr'i
ilvetiation. an-i if ihcre.ha-hc-.n ?.iy
corruption wa will Sml out li.c.v moli.
Mr. I'rfu-k wn? hrcu.rht lef.jre th
I ar i f the Senate' this tnoihiff !y the
'"iinie Sa recant at anas for rclV.sin to
i.i',-cr r-;i'sti..n.; t?kel ly the i;otiatL-S-
ho rt J- vnd eoniTnittC1?.
lie finally arree 1 to ro before the coia
i.iittee as a witius -. II there tMiS-.-l
thp.t Jani-s w- t ..'c Hrork horrowo-i
H'j t:no f.fth-! S-hor;! Fund that never
wc nt on the Treasurer's hv.- ks. r.n-1 ;!
! tit to Mr. l.yi:an r.-":-t. Mr. I-vi
:'n .-.!. J. M. Vour. of Lineoln
? - tooach who paid tlieia from $K-'
i i $!! ., eaeh fjr the; r.e. hsides the
K-gular irfrct. Investigation i. tak
in? up a".i tho t:tr3, a ad there U n-'
iiiwh hw iiuLai or r.-pca'.infj l-e;nr
Tho hidieat; ar- tlirt wo
an inLeretiiiT time for a iv d ty.-.
The lov.Tner'; rscepti'-.n at th- Caj i
tal was a r: tr'lic' :.t afiair. It ffS"
hirre-ly nttei. ij-h nr. 1 th? r.'iiaptuotsjc-.a.-t
?ct out for the Jnenihcrs v.a nn im-t-rovcrniit
on the 4?qaare ui:-a'.V' they
have hcon u-ed to at their eheap ho.ird
in h.-.Jr-o.s. A'l the pr-'t::inont politi
e;an fn tn !ie d-irorr pair -i ef ther:tac
ar-? here, I f-v.v; e t ; ive f r u vuer;7;' y
i th exeeutivo dc: jrr:.;.Li.
L,?:.".'':.N, Ihr iiry !?!.
1'riT'iP. ! I VHA T i : 'i he J nves
tit'ati"n I'e-olntion ha pased lo'h
h..Ur-o.:. nu 1 th ' eo'j.'.'iiMce e'eeted.
Mor-:;rs. 1-h.e'don and Thorea?. were
td'VttM to ai l on th-; part of the cr.a'o,
and .M '.-r.-". Klaui Ciark, r' on'l a..d
it..e.I. en th.J part cf tin Tl:i
eiMi.n'.i;;?.'' i corn'io? 1 ef csustlemoTi
who !:?vc tin e-rdider.eo ef fc.h Vepreli
i '- .f tl:e J:r:d..tur , and are men yi-o
rid rive thi iia; c;; .t nrat'er a t'.ior
vor.tdatte-a. rr.-i dayiigiit v;.i
th--'v:ch r.!I t.e -.r'ien.j of tho-e
i - ' 1
who have been eetri.; -, J wih t!ir eo.-to-lv
rf the S !;oo! Fund and the di-p i
tie.n .T iu,e;. ! J r-rty.
Tlie. commit 'ee met l"!-t nichf, but lid
r- tliir;' r.;..ro than rca:i:;:e and prepare
t rou,:.,0F!.-j f pen;:.-' ti. io-'.::y.
A bid j j..-.d the S,-:.ate y..-:r-r.
i u" twenty -V-i'-:.s -A' -.:, ! t
A?.-o, a hi'.; apr.rcpriatir.g CI ,500
t.i ! imicra!i.:n p;irj ...'..
i'litrc y.'t r..L-:a;!i.- hut r.bov.t i:-r; work--..r
days in the p;veit ?;cs- ir-n. Tliere
h I-eeti river two Iain 'r -r. i.ui- i:uro-
"u:: cd, a,: 1 f) !'.:r only two
both h;e:-e a and been piv:
tjeror;. r f.r his signature.
It i; the o:.;,ii'.:i of the
A to the
ome us. tv
sion, and t;
twan t ; i o r!(
e of the ce.-
.e:e wld ho : i:l
s I li1
t 1 a n 1
-I r r.
t the m.m'ts ot everybody.
;!'.:r, a Precept rers in the State
Norn -! S. -r h "ive select rend-n.-r la?t
aigb.t in tin Tep-erentative hail.
Mr. (..'uinbyhs bill removing ail thi In
dian tribes now c:i v.vcrvat'.eis from
this State, has brought Sut.t. Jar.ney,
cf the Indian department hereand i;e
r-:.l! speak on that subject fo-ni.'ht. for
the b-neft of tho members cf h Leg-i.-aa.
-are. Lc c.
jA1rfi.y, YA). 4. 1 "..
llriTort Hi'ttAi.D An ai'cmpt was
"la-le yesterday in the I lease to ad ',ourn
'he Legi.-'aturc until the lit cf --larch,
(hat thj Invof ligation Ccmmifee might
liave ample, time t: 1 -ek into the rcctu
irg loose ctate of affairs. The resolu
tion for adjournment was ljt by a cloe
vote IT to 21.
Mr. Hall's bill transferring; a r.fa.acnt
amount of money fiom the L'niVcrsiiy
Fun 1 to the i Jenaral Fund to pay the
expenses of the present tesil-.n, b.as
pa-.-ed both h"-ues, ai:d awaits the sig
ra.i'ire of the tb.iv error.
The .Joint Ii'.ve.-tig:t:on Committee
la-.t arsin ia?t night. As they liave de-cid-i'l
to cr.c'ule c'.I persons, except wit
ne -3. ml as tho committee ate di
j 1 t- Le p what tran'j ires to t':. ii
Felc., nothing very rehalle from that
s I'jreo can be procured at prc.-eat. All
the r- ports, fiaten.cr.ti and doi ument
relating to the Sia:e Fir.r.'icn liave been
turn-! over to the (Ammlttc".
Mr Tucker introduced yest;rlay in tl c
Senate, a resolution f r t!:c r.pt oint mcnt
of a committee t-o rr.ev.ire into f'.io cxpo
di : r--ycf the State buying the 1 ichnor
i i e r.r.
." ". . ' . ' '..
! r.si'i z ii f r a l.'eat'.'ir.-l Dumb
I'hc State could theri.iv rave a
an thv ii s-.eu
r- I by this
?d Vy manv
rty. (whieh is :-ip:o
a iittie shaky), ana provi te a poovl
home lor t
:'. jit unites.
v e l.ave
rood rra:en to believe
nothing ef the
ktr.d 1. 1 ! te.':e p.aee.
Mr. Looui has presented in the ITottr.c
a bid ibr the rAlti' of J. W. lVartnan,
who fe.rnished i;3.ooo wo: th cf tr--cs and
th rublei v tor ornamenting the (kipiul
';ua;e. Lie has tlready received 5 1.1' v.
'li e corre. p m lcr.ee aeeompaning a
memorial in I U ' -. ha'f s-he-ws "that "the
v imm;:-ii?nors m j.u lc l t
vaie aco :-t for tr-'p' re?.
a:t!ou::L. This wi.I be !:
that holy kn.'W here as
I.cir own pu
in th i above
kcl into ly
the ; y.iclii::
Ltncol:.', February t, lc7i.
FrIT;r. Hi itAr.t): The much agitated
ol w..inan s suurarc was
i roi-ht, v.p in
1 pared sn
it ii a Icnglliy
: b.d vomen of
the word ;l'iir
"t-'-ra the Kecbary :
I "U.-M f'.ra
JL M 1
Law, as they i on: idercd that th
far to their J u 1 cniuvinerit of exoreiMn
tlvi ri.aht of suffrage. The galleries were
lilled by handioiue woiiicn of Lincoln,
uiig Lefore the time apv.inted v. hen the
me.sage aril petition waa to he made t':e
special order of the day.
Mr. IluJ.-oii of l'iatte, who favors the
ieoe, heciijg there was not force enough
to carry the iL.ca.suio at that time (ass
;-c wrs! of the liiaiiiLers who are favorable
to the ea;ue had f ot leave of absence and
one home) moved tljat the pet t:cn :.i.d
menage h"j rel'-rre l to the .J udiciary
(Jvuiuiittee, with instructions that they
prepare a hill amending the law as asked
for Lv'the i.e.ritioii'jr. ar.d vei-oit l-a-.k
t.o the lionse hy 3 o'clock Monday. This
-.7as agreed to I y a close vr te, and th.e
motion will again be before the House at
tinit tune, 'ihere is a .strong feeling
h2:e iii'faver of the hill, and we shuil not
he s-urprh-eU if it pa -e:--, an 1 the lad;es
be able to e'..ct one of their tuer.J.er to
a:ten 1 the Constituticnal Coavention to
be held in May.
Speaker .Collins received word from
home that his family "were rack, and
asked leavi of absence to visit thjtu,
whieh was granted. The Hou5o there
upon elected lion. 11. C. liiordaa of
Washington, as temporary frpcsktr, who
will undoubtedly pre-ide daring the
bah'ance of the tc2.ion, as Mr. Collins
will hardly be able to return before the
Mr. Jenkins' LIU for an appropriation
of twenty-three thou:aud dollars to pay
-r - i: ...r..: ..i. ., . .... I , C..-.. ft,.-,
ll..use Saturday and ordered engrossed
or a third reading to da-. There is
o:i.e o:poi;io!i to it by some of the
members licm the river counties, who
don't seem to think the f.tt'ers on the
froutLr are entitled, to protection.
There are hundreds of families who are
holding on to their claims, waiting for
the legislature to make this appropria
tion that they may have something to
commence operations in the spring, and
if the hill don't pass it wiil be doing
eieat inju-tlce to tho.-e who Jive on the
horder and are oll'gcd to taller by Indian
Mr. 1'rops.cy, in the t'enate, has in
troduced a bill toenc uiv.ge the L'Vclo
mei.t of coal mines donating iS,;(. to
the party tluit .shall discover the first
vein of coal, at leatt three ft-et in thick
ness, a;d mine one hundred tons; a!;0
i:4, to the iccund and :?3,00; to the
thr.d party who t.ha!l discover and devel
op mines of the ame thickness.
Mr. Porter, of Nemaha, has presented
a bill that virtually liicans ta close up
our ideate University ; that is, it is to do
away with the one mlil tax, and leave
onthing to support the institution at
present ThL is rather ungrees, co:a
::!T frc r whore it does, as a I ill has ju-t
b-cn rassed donating iI3.00J to the
Stiite Normal School in the county
where this .ernlcmr.n lives. The bill
ha.3 but few l;ien ls and will never pass.
There has been : rc!ared a bill, that
wiil be introJueul in a few d:y.", to re-
move the ctate t-aiial ttom to:-: place
This is understood to be a fcarc, that
ui,tc other measure will rat be opppred
bv tncui eis v. no are Irienos ot Lmeoin.
The levr-itigation (.mmittee have
cone to woik. I am utiauli to say what
dev!i:v.c:its liave been incae. liZ
h.ivo be-ibrc thera th-- Hon. hcth Koh-
iri-o:i cx-Atf'rney ('eneral, and Mr
( Y.hri (if St. .Jocp-i, who coa-idercd
a rartnor of some of the State ciueia's
in variuos l::nd and let transaction, da
in-r the past tr?s ver".
We f.ra reliably informed that the
immaculate Miller, ef the Herald dis
tinction, will appear hefote thorn this
week and will he called on to testify to
his cat repeated assertion that re comd
prove a!i lie h.as ever written or said ef
Gov. But'er in fteen ruiautcs. We
predict a failure.
It is c-'.trr n'ly reported that feveral
important wit nefrrM have l'il:peJ,"
v hich r auio we urc r.et prepare 1 to con
Lincoln, February 7, 171.
Fr.iToa iifrtAl.i'. Th.e I id rppropri-
ntiritr t-.vetay-toree ti:;".an-t uoiiars to
pay off tl.e mtiititi claim? pa-ed the
House 3-eter-hiy without a dissenting
voice, i no bill prov, iied that the hov-
crnor ihaii cxamme an i pas upt-n
hams bcioro bvi;r: prse- icd to the
frercurer for p-ivment. Jlr. 31 vers
ma le a lengthy speech agaim-t the bill,
in wl ieh he said that a man who had lost
the couiidonee of the pa', lie ra:d had car
rie 1 the State almost ir.t ha::krut :cy
w-.s net the proper perron to ;:av v. ansc
claims were light, or who-e were wrong.
The bid was amended Lcfcro I eime put
uncn its i -as. ere. making it the Treas
urer's tlutr t c::a:nine thj aeeoun's h.
fore payirg the same.
A bill diyi btig de!:'e-r.-cn eounfyat the
0th principal Meridian, the western part
to be called Thayer county, the oj- tern
pot tie n to retain the name cf Jcficr.-o'e,
pa-ed thcllouio ye. terday.
Mr Bouse re.-ented a lert-thy peti
tica signed by rcsi Lnts cf township 1:',
range 10, of Cass county, praying they
might bo attached to Saunders county.
The petition was referred to the Commit
tee on County Boundaries and thy will
probably report back a bill
lor re-denning tho boundary, and attach
ing that township to Saunders county.
Ti.w Women Suffrage queMicn was
rgain bchbre the Hon e ye.-tcrday. The
galleries were crowded by the la lies, who
had came to learn vdiat was to be their
Jate. Mr. Galey of the .Judicial Com
mittee, ir:t;oiuc?d a resohitior asking
the mtn.bers of the Const;tuii.r.al Con
vention, in framing the newCon-titation
to leave out the v. a rd male, and this
L would leave the road to the L til. t box
clear t o- aa women uspo ;eil to avail
themselves of the privilege of th.e flec
tion franchise. To the di.gu?fc of the
Jtma'e pr.-cctators, the resolution waa laid
on the table by the ungaile.nt legislators,
by a vote of 10 to 17.
The now Speaker has not yet fairly
got the run of the thing, and has rot be
come kiiv too familiar with parliament a:y
tales. Tlie conseojuene ia that wc liad
a kind of a ''town meeting" session yes
terday. This state of afTairs vtiil net ex
ist long, as the Speaker will soon post
himself and u l be imposed on by some
of the wed informed members who
would call Thomas .Jefferson to crder
every Cve minutes, if he were here.
'Ihe Investigation Committee arc send
ittg for persons r.n-1 papers. The Ser
geant at arms, of the 1 louse, loft to day
for Brownviile, fer the testimony tal-en-hut
winter by a similar Comtnitte. They
bad several v.iti es3cs L efere them yester
day, but we virc unable to kirn v.du.t
thi? testimony was.
A I iil lias passed both houses and he
come a law, paying a bounty cf fifteen
cents on (dophr seaips.
Ihoiror: ITEf.AT.l : A crncurrert reso
lution f-r the adjournment of the Leci.--1
.ture oi Friday next, until the Jv.h r.f
M;. sell, .i.-.td the house this niTning.
'I hi re:: done at the re-jucst ef the Itt-
ve-t i -ea; ! I.- aca.ia."1. i ucv
PLATTSMOUTJT, NEBRASKA, TJIUIiSDAY, FEIMIUA11Y 0, 1871
v. i' ne .se
the Senate to !
n VI .
1 a ;s
iV, 1 Ut
wi.I oe amcnii-.:-!.. convening tliC
lature about the tie: t of March.
The members of t lie House have -begun
bu.dnes in earnest they are holding
r:k'ht se-.sionj and rudde? through the
business-before them at a lively pace.
About thiity bills pa.ed that body
yesterday, none of them of a very im
Mr. Sheldon's bid for loaning the
School Fund to the different -counties,
parsed t lie Senate yesterday. "Th.e hil
provides that the County l .'onim:s:,ion
cr3 in each county shall make r!:2
loan.- and aprrove the securities. The
bonds in which the fund is now inve.-tod
are to be sold and the money loaned to
lliteh countv will retain and lean the
amount rahed in that county. There is
borne doubt about its passing the House.
ihe bid granting 2,0WJ arees ot iaul
to the Omaha & Southern Railroad, to
aid in the construction of a bridge
actors the Piatte River has passed the
Senate, and will pass the House to-day.
The bill also i rovides that a wagon way
is to be constructed and th.e company al
lowed to collect toll. Also tho company
ay build their road through, Cass,
Otoe, Nemaha and iiichard.-on counties.
It is not very prooamo lias road wiil
take that direction.
M. Doom's bill f. r aboa.-hing the of
fee of Adjutant General, was mduiin.tcly
postponed yesterday, by tae llou.e.
Mr. Fiopsey's bill for appropriation
to ail in th.e development of coal mines
h is p isred the Senate and will undoubt
edly pas? the Hou-c to-day.
A bill for the repeal of the registry
law has been introduced. It wid proba
l!y pa s in some :-hape.
T!ie report of the State Board of Ag
riculture was submitted yesterday, and
has been ordered printed for general dis
tribution. The Board of Rfgcnf j have a meeting
to-day and are to take some action in re
irard'to opening the State- I'tmeitiry.
Tho Oener.d Herd Law Bill was be
fore th j House ycaterday and will pass
Prof. French, with th.e deaf and dumb
under his charge, gave an entertainment
here hi.it niiht. Lecic.
pLATisMotiU, Neb., Feb. C, '71.
iaorroit IlEUALii: Dear tsir : In a
l i:ei-:sue of one of this county's papers,
appeared a statement that the members
oi our Legislature wete at a loss tor fuo-
iects to leaislate upon- In the name oi
pastice, what are they sent to Janeoln
fir? no leeitimatc busincas for legisla
tion? Your correspondent thinks there
are subjects for legislation which require
the Eeiiou3 consideration of the Solon?
First What law is there in this State
tcgulatiug the rates of toll for grinding
grain ' Js not th! Bystem now prac
ticed, by millers in this State, anomalous,
arid without precedent in allowed legula
ted, lav abiding States ? The law pre
scribes that ad public; mills, grinding lor
toll, f-ha'l keep posted, in their mills, in
two places, their rates of toll. But. Mr-
ivJ:tor. your corre-pou ient cannot s-cc
r."ything of that. Again, it is the law
that a milhr shad not change his ratts
of tod without tinny uiys notice, given
bcioreaand, po.-ted l.i two c onspicuous
places in lac county, and also on the
mili; Luc 1 have never Ibund such no
tices, although the rates of toil wore
changed by the steam mills in New
Gotham hut year, every new moon, and
at u-cus they would iivt grin i for toil at
During that memorable year when the
f rasiheppers urst tolled the wheat in the
Held .'ii.a then the harvesters and thresh
ers tolled it each again and yet when
the unfortunate farmer comes to the mill,
with tho scanty residue ieft him, lo ! an i
heboid, he finds t'ae nuihrs will grind it
for a fourth, and somethiKS more, with
a mental reseivation that he, the Ui'a
(. ri .:t. il, hom'ft Hukr, will of course take
all he wants. Now, it not unfrequtntly
happened, that if the poor fellow es
caped from the mill with twenty pounds
of flour, from sixty pounds cf good
wheat, be thought himself lucky ; and
the toll was to high on corn that it was
hardy ground at all.
Mr- Jiditor, there is not a State in
this Union where there ixLts fueL neg
ligent l.glslti.-n oa so imp-v.lar.t a mat
ter a the re.tulat'on of toils in this State.
In the eastern State; wheat is gtour.d
L: two quaits ari l a pint to the bu- he'.
In mo. t cf the Western States and in
neaily ail the Southern States the to!! is
one-eighth, regardless cf the method of
grinding whether by steam, water cr
v. lad but it, is reserved for the millers
cf Ncbra.-ka to ignore customs, where
their State has no law Lut to take all the
t . they wbh.
Thisis a matter that concerns every man.
woman and child in this State it should
bo a fundamental law, at the foundation
of the civil policy of every State deter
mining with the utmost exactness,
what tariff every one in society thall pay
as thu price of grinding their Lrcadstuffsj.
You preceive, Mr. Fuitor, we can not
escape the payment of eueh enormous
tolb; a whole State lies at the me: cy of
a tla.-.j of men whose concienccs alone
declare how much we shall pay for our
daily breed. Our legi. hature have been
quite scrupulous to define the rates cf
interest allowable ; but how many of
the people are -eaeeted by usury? hew
many, or rather how lew ever loan
money at interest of all that constitute a
State? not perhaps one in ten, hence
the law of Usury effects :i lew, while the
rate cf tolls c'lects every individual in a
State; ii the mean time we have a
pointed law for money brokers, but none
Hew 1 mg are the people of this State
to acqnierss in such a grinding, oppres
sive self constituted oligarchy as our mil
lers '! The argument might be raised
that they cannot afford to grind cheaper;
v.a ll if 50. Jtrt them stop their mills, shut
off their steam, until a dead silence shall
reign around the grinders, more ominous
and fearful than that breeding ever the
valley of Jchosephar. If they caurot
grind for le-s, others can. and wi'l ; and
soi .n wc would have mil's running that
would be an honor to the country, and
millers w ho, if they could tiot become
rich in one year, wen'd be waiting to
take their chances with the farmers :
because grain might be cheap, not take
it all for the toil. Let the rates of grin 1
ing grain be established by la.v regard
less of wind, water cr steam employe I,
Let us hive penalties for the violations
of such laws, then we shall find wo have
advanced cue step at least in tho estab
lishment of a rational jurisprudence.
. ijait j.axfl a man went, down into a
5 haft to see what was the reason a blat
didn't go oil". He ctnne up directly in in
f mime:.t--, with a lot of pieces ef stone.
ana as tae part Mita the a-ui t went
through a crov. J of workmen, . P is ,a;d
there did cot appear to be ar.ythiag th.e
main r wi;h the blast : it t.c.s oa'y a
jOrl,. -f.- r'-T Trr nib
AFFAIRS" AT UIOLfiT
Froai Our ?; c'..i! Corrccroi'i'L-at.
LiNcnr.", February 2.
Ih. IIr.BAT.li: The impoachmcu'
resolution was voted down in the House
yesterday twenty-two to eighteen. A
joint resolution appointing a cemmittre
ol uvc two from the Senate ana three
from the Homo passed yesterday. This
:;:.m:ttee have l a!! power to .nvi.-stce'-t"
i'l the State oil'cors tn I for that pur
pose has auf aonfy to .-cn-1 for persons
and papers, &c, and I prcsniti c liters
also, .'lessrs. 1 nomas ana Sheldon are
the committee on the part of the Senate
the Ilousa will elect t heir's this fore
noon. Messrs. Boom, Shook and Grcn-
nel are spoken of as likel? to compose the
eoramb.tee on tho part cf the House.
H. C. Brock. F.s., ex-Deputy State
Treasurer was relewed yesterday on hi
proinh-o to answer certain questions Sec.
La.-t night the Governor and Auditor
gave one rf the grandest receptions
ever witnessed in the State. It took
place .at the Capital building, where tt
least two thousand persons; old and
young, big and tolerable little were
present. Kverythin.tr p-twd off pleas
antly, and was a gran 1 success in cveiy
Oar newly elected U. S. Ser.ator wast
th.e first to lead effin the gcrtcaral prom
enade, with some very pretty lady, I
don't know who, loanin.r on his una.
One thing is certain, if Mr. Hitchcock is
vtry homely more so than 11. B. Tuy
!o; lie hr.s an eye Ibr beauty and knows
how to select a good partcer in a ball
room. Col. Geo. Y. FrCot, the best look
ing man, followed ton after with some
good looking lady leaning on his arm
This couple was the admiration of the
whole audience, and many were the re
grets that the Col. was not elected
in place, of Mr. Hitchcock, simply on ac
count of his good looks and manly r.p
pearnnce. The ex Secretary of the State
came next and added much to the good
looks of those who had preeeeded hint.
He didn't su-tint a t-article. noiwith-tand-
ng the co! rt l hhshair and the beauty of
We heard some little boy remark as
fellows: "1 irolly, this reception l usts
the impeachment ail to pieces.'"
My X Maik.
List oi.x, lVbiuaiy 4, 1S71.
Kl itou IhiuAi.D : Th.e Legislature
is moving on and wid uo mi in tneir pt w
cr to remedy our defective laws ; and if
possible, secure the lands oi tue Mate
in a manner that wiil be of great benefit
. i - . , i . i- - i- ... : a :: i.
to the people, lusctau ot a iew iuuim.a
als, as has been the eaie tor the past
lue Investigating Lommtttee nas com
menced work- llow f ir they liave got
is crdv known to themselves, as outsiders
arc excluded from their meetings. J
V.r. Peurtnau, of Otoe, presented
through Mr. Doom, a memorial asking
an appropriation tor services rendered in
planting trees in the capita! grounds. It
seems that in ISO!) the Commiss.ouers
advanced Mr. Pearman about elevtn
hundred dollars to resist in buying ueV
and delivering tnem at toe capita in ta-i
lall read,- for .spri;ig L-lanting. lie de
livered and headed in about tour tiiou-
and trees in the fall and planted then in
the spimg of 1-70. It seems, also, thxt
the Commissioners gave Mr. Pearman
their individual orders tbr about twc&a
dollars worth of trees, to plant on their
private grounds. '1 hose orders he uded,
and v.hea the whole vo:k was uuu
l leted, both in the capital and prime
grounds of the ollicers, theJomm-M-ioa
i.rs informed him, according to i-itters
published, that the money advastcd on
account cf the eupic.-d grounds, iru.-.t be
applied on theii indiviaua! aecouas, and
he look to the Legislature for an appro
priation. This iaea of beautifying their
own grounds with the public uonoy is
creating some little stir among sreee pra
ties, and wiil undergo investigation. A
bill ha3 been introduced for Air. Pear
man's relief, and will, we have no doubt,
receive the sanction of every meuiteT.
This p. m. the gallery was crowded
with the fair sex, to listen to the special
message of the Governor relative to
pin 'male suffrage. The message was
quite lengthy ani was ad clear as mud on
Attorney General Roberts also fur
nished his'legal tsity on that subject.
He says the adoption cf the 14'.h and
loth amendment to the Constiution of
the U. S. clearly gives woman the rh.ht
to vote. I forgot to mention that about
the time the belies had f'aiily got seated
in the gallery, bills on their first reading
wa.i the order of business, when little
Ma.-k, the clerk, read an act to prevent
bulk, from running nt large, and where
bulls were found at large they should be
taken up ami cas-cared for. At th?.s
time the House bad got under headway
for a giggle, and Mr. Cannon, of your
county, seemed to laugh heartier than he
had since the session began. The speak
er -pro tern, being equal to the occasion,
every properly brought down his gave
and said; first reading of the bill, what
shall be done with the bull? At that
juncture your correspondent sneaked out
in me naa wnerc ue laugnea cuoucn to
satisfy him for a week, at least. What
other proceedings were had 1 cannot re
collect. Bulls had bettor be on the look
out, or they may be hurt.
Mr. Collins, the Speaker received
news of seTere sickness in his family ani
was excused. Mr. Iliordan was elected
speaker pro inax.
The Plattsuiouih Herald is looked
after, on the arrivals of the mail as
much so as any paper in the State and
is highly esteemed by every member of
the Legislature. My .-lark.
Lincoln, Feb. 7th 1S7L
Kditor Herald A joint resolution
is on its way to the Senate adiourning
the Legislature til! March the loth 171,
in order that the Investigating Commit
tee may have time to thoroughly investi
gate the doings of the present and late
State ollecis. This request came from
the Committee, and on'y received two
negative votes in the House Daily and
Jenkins. The request wiil go through
the Senate without opposition. The
adjournment however does not take
place till next Friday at 10 a. m., dur
ing the time between no v an the al
j oirnmctit, the Legislature wall woik day
and night to pass some laws that are
most needed a: present.
My X Maik.
Lini oi.N, February 7th, 1 sTl.
I) K a R Herald: Since i wrote yoti
on baturday, not iunr ot much imp.or
tanco has traiispiie-j, save the voting
do.va of the woman's tuh'rage niove-
the u-icf ef ih e nalitla,
i-:. - :. o .1 r--a
came up cn
fen rj fri. a a if Pa
spirhed reeaiks by .Mr. Myers, reflect
i:g u;nn tin honesfy of the Governor,
tho hil was so mended as to take the
auditing power of these various claims
out of the Governor's Lands, and place
it, in tlie hands of our worthy Treastter,
Mr. Keonig. The vote might be eon
si iercd a test vote on snr.iclhhif which
may come up Hereafter.
'there is a laid now being diseus.-cd in
th.e Committee of the whole, surtiend
it the Oj erat ion of the State University, J
f.r a v. bile at least. It will in all prob-
ab-iiiy pass and reheve our oppressed
tax payers to some extent. Investigation
is going on, but what they have done is
oiilv known to themselves.
The reports of the officers and others
in authority come in very siow, and
these I have seen are in luch a "mixed
up" thapo that it is hard to teii whether
the worK. has hoen done economical or
otherwise, probably 'otherwise. Hie
commissioners of public build. ngs .show
Totalamt. realized from
sale of Lots, $214,200,00
Total amt- for Lands l'.2,014:K)
The princlp-i items paid out are:
Insane Asvlum, $137 355 00
State University 1o2.:m) 00
Home of Capitol, 10,141 12
David Butler Comr., S.af.O 00
Thos. Keunard " 3,521 75
Jiihn Gillespie " o,220 70
-James Sweet & Brock, 7.1V32 36
S lie of lots inc.dental, f,5-lS 00
' leading Capitol Square, ;j.2."r 24
Advcrti:i.c, 4,! So 2o
Architccts.forPub.BuIdings I1.5S2 20
Cauk hire tbr Comra., 1,200 00
The ballance are accounted
for as Incidentals to the
This exhibit shows an indebtedness.
over and above the amount realized of
$34,703, which is now unpaid and r.o
money in the Treasury. The Commis
sioners report at the lowest estimate
$74,000 worth of real estate yet unsold,
nod ask that this commission be contnat
ed lor two years- in order to dispose of
the lands pud lots, pav the debts now
era.aid and retort their action to the
next general assembly.
The Commissioners have received
awarded themselves as follows: David
Bn'ler. two years f,2o working days.
sfS.ooO 00; or a little over five dollars
and a haif for every working day iu the
: Thomas P. Kcnnard. two years 0:
working days. S3.521 75; or about the
same the Governor received.
John Gillespie, two years e'2i work
ing days, 3, 220 70; or a little less than
live dollars and a half per day: for every
working dav in tho two years.
For Cieik hire they allowed nearly two
dollars iter day. lor the w hole tune. 1
am not posted as to how much these
Commissioners were allowed by lav for
their rerviccs, but from the amount they
Lave passed to their credit, 1 think the
Comraissioncr business a rood one. and,
as fritsnd Doom sa vs. I "suggest" that
some other parties be selected so as to
divide the thing. In my next 1 will no
tice the Penitentiary Commissioners.
My r Mark.
Till: BP.OIS IKO OF TUE IlSSl!
The Crisis savs : "The Supremo Court
of the State of California has decided
the Fifteenth Amendment to be uneon-
st tutionrd. The oiiestion arose in a cer
tain case entiticd "The People vs Bra
dy," the exact import of wdih h we are
net apprised oh t ut its consi'terntinn in
volved the validity of the Fifteenth
Amendment, and the court hfcld it to be
inoperative and void, for the reason that
it was vol icithin th' scope of the poic-
frx oorcnn'ff amcmmcnlx, a:id because
it had not been adopted a the nvt;,nr
prescribed by th' Court it ation. There
can be no doubt that this decision will be
ultimately sustained by the Supreme
Court of the United States. It being a
fact perfectly clear to every pcreon famil
iar with the constitution, that m tue m
corporation of this amcnlment to the
organic law, the legal requirements gov
ernin!T such cases, were not observed, ei
ther in sj.irit or letter. The amendment
is an intrusion in the Constitution,
swindle and a fraud, and the day is not
far distant when the decision of the
California Court will be sustained hi
every indicia! body in the country.
if the Supreme Court of the United
States shall foil, or unreasonably delay,
tho States, in the exoreisi ot thetr sov
crcignty, will nullify it. Xurth West.
The above is going tho rounds of the
Democratic press of the country, and i
receiving almost universal endorsement
by them. Itdoes not look much like "ac
cepting the situation" in good faith, to
our obscure vision, although ;t may be
Kl). Herald : I see by the cor-es
pondenee from Lincoln that the eonimit
tee appointed to inves tigtite the nets o
our State officers, hare concluded to take
all evidence in secret conclave.
Were not the committee composed of
men entirely above suspicion, it might
look as though parties interested in a fa
vorable report, had to a great extent,
already secured what they most desired,
viz: the suppression of the evidence on
which the committee ba.c their conclu
sions. The fact i3 patent that in the investi
gation one year ago the evidence taken
before the Joint Committee never saw
daylight; and it may le so now. The
pesple are anxious to see what these wit
nesses swear to and they will then bae
their conclusions as to the guilt or inno
cence of our State officials from that evi
dence. The shape this investigation has
assumed gives it but little more import
ance than presenting the facts fl-r the
benefit of the people, hence the imjort
ance of giving to them all the evidence
as it is taken before the committee.
'L;ght" is what we all desire.
There are, including Ala-.ka, nearly
one thousand million acres of land which,
owing to the sparsenesa of the popula
tion, may be described as unoccupied.
If the 40.000. 000 who inhabitant the
States were diffused through this vast
land-ocean, they would be almost as few
and far betwmen as tiie talis which, ac
to the popular iJea, "whiten
A couple were married at Great Ear
riagt .-n, ?Ia?s. , on Tue-sday, and on
Saturday the hu.-I-and returned the
liide to her umth;r. He said lie wasu't
in tho habit of bine kicked out of bed
worn'::;, an 1 he v
0 ha 1 bittcti bim, t
1! . fb.'tho months
of Pecemhor 1S7Y) and January 1S71.
Dure IT Margaret,
Hutchison J '-soph,
Ho! v.'.'i Nafha,
Il.tn- y Joep-i.
Sehi.ei h-r A nnn,
f . . . "
So-y 1 r Freddie,
Si-hm-ider Geo! go,
Schlu'.iiz Anna. 7.7
Sehbmtz Dertha, 7.5
Schneider Louis, 0.2
Shue Nec, 7.2
Wr.b.a IV Bertha, S.C:7
Wairaif Mary, 0 2
Weckbaul Gustavoti.' 0.4
Timothy Lav.'It.r, Teacher.
TSIE THI'XR i:..if.nti.
LtLERTY I'RECINT, CU-Si Cel. Nkb.,
l ebruary 4th, 1871. J
In accordance with previous notice the
eople cf Liberty precinct met in mass
covention at hrwin s School House on
Saturday, February 4th. Mr. J. II.
Tucker was called to the chair, an I Mr.
L. P. Barker chosen Secretary. .J esse
Erwin, E q-, stated that the obiect of
the meetipg was t uectue wnethT we
desire to liave an election called ia this
necinct, for the purpose of voting aid to
the Trunk Railroad. The foilowing reso
lutions were read and adopted by a
unanimous vote :
1st. Itrsolccd, That we, the citizens
of Liberty arc in favor of rai heads .and
all other internal improveuicnta that
would advance the general intc.cts of
2d. Hcsoiccd, That Jey c Co.. o
any other company oi' men can build a
raihoa.l thorough Liberty j recinet. pro
vided they have the money and can get
the light of way.
3d. Hcsoii-c'f, That we are opposed
to the principle of voting a tex v.p.ai p:i
vate individual:-, to aid weahhy co opera
tions and i.RUi.q.olies.
4ni. I'e.;Jirt, That ve will n-t vote
bonds in Liberty picelnct. Tlicrlbre
be it further
A'.-: 'ved, That wc request our County
( 'ouiuil.-siouers to not call an election in
Liberty precinct for tho purpose of vot
ing bonds in said precinct.
Speeches were made upon the above
resolution by C 1. Van Arm.oi, Mnj.
Whelh r and Je.hn Mel'arthr, lb.
After the met ting aoicunit; . 1. lii e f.
lowing Bemoiistrance was s'gt.e-1 by
fifty-three of the eit'utens of the precinct :
Wc, the undere-igne l citizens of Liber
ty .-nd county of Cass Nebrnskn,
would respectly but earnestly remons
trate against having an clectiean called
in the above named precinct, for the
purpose of submitting to the people who
are quahlied voters thereof', whether
they desire to have bonds given in aid
of the Trunk, or any other railroad. We
believing said election would entail upon
u on viiKfss'try and useless expense.
By unanimous vote the Secretary was
ordered to furnish a copy of the proced
ings of the meeting to the county paper
J. II. TUCKKR, Ch'n.
L. D. Barker. See' 3-.
The Lnwcrence Tiilvr.c rays a case
was tried before Judge Banks which in
volved tlie principle of the rights of
real estate agents to whom properly had
been entrusted for sale, ft was decided
that when a man signs a contract agree
ing to pay a certain per cent, on the
amount received for his land, he was re-spoa-ible
for the amount, even if tho
sale was completed by himself, without
the ai l ef the agent. Verdict for plain
tiff h-r r;-!0!) an;! costs.
Can r.r.y one inform n;c why rational
young men iciti waste the see l-i'me of
their lives in the most frivolous demor
a'iztng and of course degrading pursuits.
Killing the most valuable time of their
lives iu playing trifling games, tmoking
(Irinkmir, reaeimg ilasn tra-n, ami m
killing in haunts of iniquity?- And :d
this while every avenue to virtue know
ledge, the highest rcspf-e'abili: v anil
wealth is wide open before them.
Newspapers and Msgazins (those great
est, educators ot the present day in
abundance, books, Sabbath schcols, good
society ail ready 10 lead them onward
and upward to a life of usefulnc-s and
honor. 1 am confident that there arc
young men in this town now squan-
denng their time an f means orotners
in idle and vicious habits who if th-e3'
would make a good ue of their talents
and the education which they have re
ceive 1, perhaps at (he great sacrifice of
their parents' comfort and bap pines
the v might be-coiee pulars d the State
and f light ornaments of society and con
s.-quentiy ea. ii one of them a blessing to
a large eirele of anxious relatives and
friends- Oh ! win- will yc contir.uo to
blast your own prospt cVs and sadden th
heaits of your best friend;.. '(
Stales for the S'rcsorsT.
Stop grumbling, get up two hsursoar
lier in the nc-roing and Legln to do
something out of your regular iofe3
sion. .Mica! your own business, an 1 with
?H yoitr plight let t-ther people's alone.
Live within your moans; smoke your
cigars through an air stove; tat with
moderation rn-l go to bed early ; talk
less of your peculiar gifts and virtues,
and more of thos. flf your friends and
neighbors: be cheerful ; fullil" your
proud.-; pay your 'debts; be yourielf
all j-o'i would see in others ; 1 e a g- od
man and stop grumbling and pay for
Tiie base insinuations a3 to a woman's
mental caliber is from the 7'ribunc, in
describing Tiffany's :
It would puzzle those epicene philoso
phers, who deny that there is any differ-eue-3
in the mental constitution of the
seres, to account for the fact that all
men who enter this house go to the left,
and all women to the risht. On the
right are arranged vast quantities of
things net worth seeir.g to-wit: dia
monds and pearls and their poorer min
eral relations. But to tho lef t is a col
Ie'.ion of ol jccts of art, whieh arc a
delight to ajpreciativc eyes delicate
hri!s.e3 without number, some op.-n to
the reproach nf u-efu!n.?s.s and others
rimp! ; enutlfil.
Seho,: Patriot No.
London, February 3.
Dispatches from ma:ry parts of France
concur in expressing the determination of
the pee.ple to continue the war, unless
the terms proposed by Germany are
Berne, February 2.
The Germans again attacked the
French on Wednesday p. 1:1. south of
PcUtariier. The icsnlt i- not stated.
Lo!:mn, FetV'ury 2
A di patch fiom llriis-1. Is to day brings
:.' i'rttMff-mt tv 1 ort licit th- d-ivi-n-L'-.ont
of Paris hi- .:: 1. 1 .' i'.-ui tlc-oMi-ga'i-ei
to advocate 'li- a l -p'i-m Ly the
Consutuenf A-:em'' ly of t!:c prelimina
ries of th- of peace already agreed upon
at Versa il!c.
The French army east may bo said to
have almost- -t.-as.;d to exist as an
organized holy. All its members who
have made their npp-'ar-me on S'vis
soil are prisoner" io neutral hand::, ;!i.l
have been d:---r!h..ted for safe keeping
throughout the C.f 0 I ds ..f Bern. , Fii
bourg and G.mca. Tie iailux o:
ircn-h stal continues and is l.-o-iy to
cease only when t no entire army arc pns
IlHLADT.UIitA, l-Vbruary 3.
Last evening thice men, disguised ai
police cn. went to the Kensine-tm bar k.
corner 01 icaca ani Jj.aurct. streets
called out the watchman and told him
the bank was to be robbed that night,
and that they had be 01 detailed to cap
ture the robbers. Tho war diman ad
mitted them, when he was immediately
overpowered, gagged and handcuffed.
The robbers then went to work, and did
not Icao the premises till 3 o'clock in
the inorning. Tha amount stolen is not
Philadelphia, February 3.
Further particulars of th.e bank rob-
bevj' represent that the cashier was nati
hod ot toe intcnuc-t roof cry 1 v a conlea-
erate robber, who represented himself as
a pohecmao. and that he (toe ca-lucr)
gave eiirc-e'ions to the watchman to ad
mit tlie suppose! officers. There were
two watchmen in the bank, but the rob-
bons scot out one of them to cot some
thing for the party to -hi ik, ar.d during
his s:b.---t-n.-i tho ether watchman was
o: crp -weiva: poti tno return 01 t .'i"
second one he was served in the same
manner, 'ihrce other cotocd-.-raOi :oo
bers were su-pK-u'.ly snlmitte-.J. t-.f.-l,
while the can:-- r.-taeked tiie sale, one
man stood with pi.-t ils point.-.! at the
head ef tlie waS-hmeu, thou.u!i t'oey
were gaged and Loam!. The bui-oar-
its to .-,von
vru.lt, and only succeeded In forcing the
saie coutatmng : poena uer.osiis
ing to customers of the bank.
As far as ascertained, about toY"i,roO
were stolen, mostly coupon of Govern
ment bomb-. The burg'ars were very
careful in making their r elections of fun 1
to discard registered bonds and take only
those which they could d:spo: e of with
out much chance of detection. The
police hrvc obtained no clue to the rob
bers. The vault cf the bank was so in
jured it could net be opened to day.
Sr-eelal to the Kew York VTcilJ.
Bri'ssels, February 4.
Bourbaki is convalescent.
Thiers and seven other monarchists
and three repuli -ans, are announced as
candidates tor the Assembly.
London; February 4.
Four thousand Prussians oeeupy
Dicppe, Ihmfleur not being occupieet.
Pari.-;, February 5.
Seventy thousand persons liave ashed
for permission to leave the city. The
mureum of Versailles and St. Germain
Mom hers oi the Pans Government
wiii go to Bordeaux on tho tenth to ren
der an account rd' their administration
before th.e n.-vemblv. Tiochu has de
clined to stand as a candidate f r the as
sembly. Favre, while nego'iatmg for
an armistice was intro luced by his col
leagues. General Viaoy also took part
in the 'tchoerations. 1:1 a!!, 014 pn:on
ers so far, have been exchanged.
Bill's.;-::!., February 5.
Th.e Independence Beige h;i3 a letter
from Lvon-s which '-ays one cause iff the
faliuro of Pourbai a's catr.i.aign was tl
a:..3c'.'::i:!.g oi an army contractor watii a
large sutu of 1110:103-.
The same letter savs Gen. Keller, U.
S. A., is in Lyons, and will probably
late conimuuQ of the Alsace region.
Lillk, February 4
The five equerries of Napoi;ou's house
hold service have been arrested here
Sfveial protasts have appeared aeainst
1 ...... .1
inevjoiognc uazette acinowieogcs in
glowing terms the fact that U. S. Minis
ter Washburnc has, during the siege of
Paris given needed sucttor to 700 Ger
A Paris letter of the thirl lm f. states
that the author of an article in the Dcs-
bats writes that the Bepuble is a failure,
and that the Orleans family are the
only hope of France.
The elections in Paris are postponed
until the eighth.
London, February 4.
fceverai trains loa i.-.t with provi eons
entered Paris to-dav.
Ihe 'crpian treops have o";:!ip:c-d
Abb-eviiic, in the department of Somiee.
C-d. 'i!!eii..!S3- p.-otc-tcd agauist tiie oc
cur nlo-i &s a viola ih-n f the rri.o.-tke.
The ( i;rtrt:s ha. la. cries if tng:-ge
merits on the Swi. frontier v-ith the
rear gur.rd of Bourb.-.kt's ari.iy 011 Mon
day. Tue-'i and We b: r k.v, an ! can
tared two eagles, ni-; teen coimott and
mitrailleuses, ani lii'tcc-u istiudrcd j ri-(Cier-,
including two genera's, many hun
dred provision wagons and a quantity of
arm. The German losses are ineocsi l :
rabies. The generals commanding the
French fbrces, incht ling Garil'iudi, vainh.'
attemf ted to extricate themselves 03' aj
peslir.gto the Paris arnitiffc.
Ti c !ti..;tr..T w.tti'.Ur. cf IC.-'rlct y-. fi.
9(i'.t.'iie i!J. i.i.I.; tor l!-? rrrc-ti'-n -f a cf. n-Sch'.r-l
ilc-isr in i l .t'-i' t. iti-!- '.viii S-e T'--ccivt-J
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