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THE KEtfRASKA HERALD
H. D HATHAWAY'
PLATTS MOUTH HER ALt;
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aoiroa ixa rEorajrrok.
Office cvrner Main and SccciiJ ttrcc. ?
TERMS.- Wek.y, !! per ananu lfpaul in
tL50 At net paid In advance.
. Marc'a, tha most drcadod month, per
haps, of all the months of the year for
cLaugeaUenesj aud f cvcrity of weather,
lias come and gone. The old eayicg that
if March "cornea in lika a lion it will go
out like a lamb," or vice versa, has net
held good this year at Icaat it has not
in Nebraska ; for a more even stage of
weather mild and genial has not been
1 experienced, even by the "oldest inhabi
tant." March is generally conceded to
ba a stormy month, and i so sun by
bard and written up by those who do
- not profess to posses this trU5y faculty
""of composition, and our own experience
confirms the fact, in our own mind, that
. there "u much truth in this saying. The
" whole winter, just past, in fact, has been
one of unusual tnildnesi and healthful
Bess, and we would be justified in saying
that it has been more so in Nebraska
than in any other State in the Union, as
Eastern journals hare been full of cbron:
cliats of heavy storms aud nnpropitious
weather the pat winter. We do pot
claim to have such beautiful weather
very winter as we have had the pat,
but we do claim tohave a climate mild,
healthful and salubrious not to be ex
celled by any other State in the Union ;
notwithstanding the erroceou inipres
Mons of many of our good eastern
friendi that the west la so cold a id in
tolerable that her inhabitants must "fill
their pock;t3 with stones to Luc-p from
blowing away," to the contrary.
An Anrrdte of Jb I-nte Admiral
A prominent gentlomin of New York,
"who was familiar with the late Admiral
Farraput, and who was thought to be
urith him in bis last moments. te'.U the
following characteristic story of the great
"A few hour before Farrssut died
he c;ille 1 his wife to his side and sid he
would like to see a clergyman. Before
Mrs. Fairagut had time to send for or.e,
an Irish servant girl who was in the
room, and who heard the Admiral's ro
quet, started cut and ecured the at
tendance of a Roman Catholic priest
who happened to be in the neighborhood.
The Admiral was drawing near the cloae
of hisjunrney, and the jrit?st enteteJby
not being recognized by nim. The good
father was xn engaged in performing
the services of the Catholic Church pe
culiar to the occasion at the bedside of
- tLz dying man. AH of a sudden Far
ragut opened his eyes and seemed to
comprehend not only what was going on,
but the character of the clergyman.
Waving his hand toward the priest, he
said in a clear, distinct voice, ' Go away
sir ; you rre nor my pilot'." whereupon
the priest withdrew, and the Admiral
died as he had lived, a believer iu the
The fashion or Funerals lu . T.
The present innovati n is to lay the
body upon a couch, dressed in it accus
tomed clothiag, with a pillow unier the
head. - The " pooi;ion is Uiually that
of the right or left eide, and the
hands are arranged in fou? natural
and easy position. If the dead is a lady,
a handsome shawl is thrown over the fig
ure, and if a una, an afghan or silken
quilt serves for a covering. : Ttrs are
in the room ; but Hot in sucn oetru'ire
abundance as to mike the odor of these
beautiful thinea haunt you forever after
ward. The funeral is announced, and
the fi iends and acquaintances are invite 1
through the public prints to be present
and take leave of the departed. No
hearse and no coma affront the sight ani
chill the blood with thoe traditional sen
timents which afirighted our childish
years. As many days aucawaru as inc
condition of the remains will permit, a
few of the nearest an-i dearest are invit
ed to ai.t in the sal ceremony of buri
al Loving hands lift and lower the
ea ket, and tenicr ones strew the earth
softly above it with flowers, and perhapi
some favored wrappings of the dead are
aided fo lie between the dut which usu
ally falls so heavily and han-hly upon
that other dot that is so dear. No
strange eyes witness this last sacred at
tention to the departed, and no memory
of a thoughtless jar or heavy tread comes
back to embitter tha rjuiembrance of the
" w Wl b in for Money.
I wish I had his naoney," said a
oune, bearty-leokin' man. as a miiiion-
aVe parsed him in the street. And so
naswisnea iBanyavoriTn percrs mm,
who'evotea so much time to wishing,
but toX little is M't to working. But
never dees one of these draw a compari
son between their several fortune. 1 he
rich nian'sVmoney loora ip like a bal
loon before the 33. hidira- cuteounted
cares and ar.xietie, from which they are
free; keeping out of fiht those bodily
ills that luxury breeds. And all the men
tal horrors of ennui and satiety, and fear
of death that wealth fosters, the jeal
ousy of lift aul love from which it is in
Let none wi.-h for unearned go!d.
The sweat by which it is gather!, is the
only sweat by which i; Is preserved for
enjoyment. Wish for no man's money.
The health, strength, freshness, end
sweet sleep of youth are yours. - Young
love, by day and night, encircles rou.
Hearts unsoiled ty the deep sin cf eov
etousness beat fondly with your own.
"None, ghoul-like listen for the death tni
in your chamber : your t!.ae hire value
in men's eyes oaty when you tr-ai in
thew.- The' smiles do wealth can pur
chase gTeet you living: and tears
rarely drep oa rosewood coSa, will fdl
from pitymg eyes upon vou dying.
You have to eat, to drink, to wear
enough; then you have all the rich man
hath. What though he fares more
sumptuously? lie shorten life increas
es pains and aehes, impairs bis health
thereby. What if his raiment be more
costly ? God loves him none the more,
and man's respect, in such regard comes
ever mingled with his envy. Nature is
yours in ail her glory ; her ever-varying,
and forever beautiful face smiles pence
upon you. Iler hilis and valleys, fields
trid flowers, tfeksand stream, ani hory
places, know co desecration in the tt-p
of poverty, but welcome ever to their
wealth of beauty, rich and poor alike.
About ten year ago Alice Carey wrote
to a friend in the West : I aia aha:sed
of my work. The great balk of what I
have wriitsn is pocr stnif. Seme of it,
may be, indicate ability to do better-
that is about aiL I think bun zoorc
simple and direct less diffme and ec
mabcred with ornament than in former
re?- all protaM.r,b-eas f harp JiTd
tjer and though xzofc
- J i
The following from the Gm&ha lie
puhUcan comes so near expressing our
ownTiew3ron the Consutotiraal Coeren
tien brinks .that we copy it!, i J
"The act providing for the State Con
tituticnal Convention will be found in
oar columns this morning. Its perusal
will suggest important co moderations to
many thinking citizeu. The elction of
delegates will occur ea the 1st Tuesday
of Slay only four weeks from this time
and the Convention Is to assemble on
the 2d Tuesday of June, or six weeks
thereafter. T : i ' ' 0 'L'd J
If to important an election is to take
place within four weeks, something
must be done about it without delay.
The policy to be pursued in conducting
this contest if contest there is to be or
bow a political conflict is to bo avoided
and a proper division of power secured,
if that is thought desirable are ques
tions tha decision of which cannot be
long postponed, and which press for an
Wc hear of movements already to se
cure no party nominations; but it strikes
us that indicilual efforts in this direc
tion are nor desirable. What light has
A. or B. to speak either for the Republi
can or Democratic party? If a few in
dividual get together, dub themselves a
Te.Qple'a Convention.' v and nominate a
mixed tickct, who is bound by it'ex'cept
those who personally engineer it ? Is
that a good way to ignore party? j
Each party has its Di-triet and County j
Committee". According to our view '
these have no right to abdicate their da
ties, nor to refuse to issue calls for a par- j
ty convention when an election is ap-
proaehing. Nor are these committees J
empowered to agree with their oppo- j
nents on a joint call for a convention to
nominate delegates. This is not the pur
purpose for which they were appointed,
and they have uo more power in that di
rertion than any other members of their
respective parties. The way, it strikes
us, if there is any demand for a union
ticket, is for the committees of each
party to agree to ca'l their respective
conventions at the sscii time and place,
and b-ave the convention as the au
thorized exponents of the party will, to
say what, if any, ccr.-vssicns -chal! be
made to political opponents.
This is as far as we are willing to see
commiitees go toward the nomination of
union tickets. Iy this method the in
tegrity of party organization is preserved,
though partizan action may be avoided,
if such is the expressed voice of the con
stituency. All other attempts to get up
Uuion tickets, by individual or interested
action, ought, in our judgment, t be
resolutely frowned down. The effect is,
toAccp up any ducords which may now
exi5i to diipate party strength ami"
to prepare the way for ultimate and
crushing defea. The Republicans of
Nebraska cannot afford to tamper any
longer with such disorganizing tenden
cies In conntic3 tnd districts where only
single delegates are cufen, we enn ree
no safety in auything short of straight
party action. Certainly whatever is done
should be the expressed voice of the
regular party organization. The com
mittees, wo suggest, should issue their
Many of the districts, Senatorial and
Representative, have been tl urged by
the New Apportionment Law. But
difncuiib.'S growing out of this fict can
be obviated by the joint action of county
committees, in districts composed cf
more than ooe county."
Among the causes which contribute
to longevity, the most important is the
inatc bodily cx'n-titution. In this re
spect, savaes have an advantage over
civilized nation. Tha health of the
former is more durable, and they do not
experience a number of hodi'y and nien
ta! disorders with which the latter are
' Darronin; Trcablr.
Hor many thousand are there, whose
energies are paralysed by borrowing trou
ble. If they arc veiy unfortunate to day,
they are certain they will Ik? o to-morrow
They spend so much of their time groan
ing that they hava but little I, ft for the
Ieiformai.ce of" the duty .f iit'e. Such
are not the men to whom the world La:a
mits important trusts, anl whom it is
ready to assist. If you tell the world
that you aro going to fail in any under
taking, it will be sure to take you at your
wuri. And men are most ready to bclu
; those who appear to need it the least.
It you arc weak, do your test to be
I compare the troubles which we have
to underco. in the course of a year, to a
bundle cf faggots, far too large for us to
carry. Bat God does not require us to
carry the whole at once, lie wciiuiiy
unties the bundle, and rives us nt first
one nick. TLii we might easily do, if
w could onlv take tl.e burden at pointed
j fr us each day, ; bat we cLris to m
: crea-e our troub e by carrvitig ye-ter-!
dsy's stick over again to-daj , an 1 z J
I ding to-morrow's burden to our load be
fore ws are required to bear it.
The Qaeen'a unpopularity bodes evil
to the Prince of Wals. If the peop'.e
are restive unler the Model Victoria, in
whom center ail marronly virtues, h.w
will they brock the rule cf a raoji so vile
and stupid as her heir apparent ? Not
long ago the auJieuce at one of the Lon
don theatres greeted wilh a bow of rev
erence tha appearsnee of Alexandria in
the rcycl lex. but liiv-ed Hke infuriated
demons when her beastly basband joine-d
her.- Thare aro breakers ahead for
British royalty. , The - scepter 'authority
is in thi grasp of the pcor!e,and whtn
it caa uo Josser serve a poiieeian's elub
to held the nominal so v ereir-n in ordsr,
it wiui us-zd tol brain T3Mnajchy, to
crack lis empty pate.
A number of sociable belles in ?Tcw
York announce - tbeir iutentioa f- being
'fat -home" to anybody alter ten
i young men who never ktjw when to
afpjistjiesth or . e. to.vria-
The M. E. Conference closed their
session on Saturday. We are unable to
give the proceedings for want of space,
but give below the appointments for the
NEBRASKA DISTRICT M. P RICHARD P E.
Nebras ka City T. B. Lemon and J.
Peru Q-, S. Alexander.
Loudon R. C. Johnson.
Brownville J. W. Martin.
Ne.naha City J. W. Taylor.
Fails City DvMay. . J
Salem It, Burgs.
South Fork W. S. Blackburn.
Table Rock D J Ward, ' '
I'awnce City Yh Brit L
; Tecum -eh D W Lai e.
Grant I W Bradt. . - ' ; ;. I
UEATRICB UlSTXICT J.
, Beatrice W. A. l'rcsson. .-
Blue Springs G. W. I'Uwood.
- Plum Cr:ek To be supplied.
Crab Orchard tl . " .
Fail bury C. n. Wells. .
Crete To be supplied.
York " "
West Blue " "
Saline W. G. Granthim.
Republican C. V.r. Comstock
Meridian To be supplied.
LINCOLN DISTRICT II. T. DAYI3, P. E.
Lincelu J. J. Ilolerts.
Ashland J. G. Miller.
Piattsmouth J. II. Presson.
Mt. Plcastnt A. L. Foldan.
Wyoming To be supplied.
R.jck Bluffs II. .Mann.
Oak Creek A. Black weiL
South Bend To bo supplied.
Palmyra J. L. Fort.
Upper Neauha To be supplied.
Seward " "
OMAUA DISTRICT A. G. WHITE
Omaha, 1st church G. De La Mar
tyr. Omaha, 21 church To ba suppli-.d.
Be'l-jvne V.' B. Slaughter.
Plattford T) be ?upp!i;d.
LT.khorn J. Adriance.
Fremont C. MoEivey.
Gregory's To be supplied.
Nonli Bcnd-(J. W. Do La Martyr.
Fehay'cr IX M.trquett.
Columbus T. F. Whitehead.
Graui Island - To Le supplied.
West Point F. M. Estabiook.
Calhoun W. II. AVoons.
B-'air To be supplied.
S. A. Westergreen, Missionary to tLa
Scandinavians ia Nebraska.
COV;yOTt.V ZIFTP.JCT K. P. VAXDUZEU,
T akota J. Dc Ii Martjr.
i'onca To be suplied.
St. James To be supplied.
Norfolk To supplied.
Arizona J. M. Adair.
Madisou C II. Wehn.
Decatur W. Peck.
Logan YuL'v To be supplied.
Niobrara To be supplied.
E. S. McChesny transferred, to the
L. 3Ianson transferred to the Biaek
River Conrence. New York.
The maeting then adjourned by singing
the long meter ioxology, and the bene"
diction by Bishop Ames.
Tl:3 habit of jndalging in ardent sj.ir
its by men in ofirj-j has occasiined more
injury to the rub'ie than all other causes.
Acd were I to commence uy adminis
tration acain with the experience I now
have, the first question I would a.k
respecting a candidate wolJ be, l4Io
you use ardent spirits ?' J'Jjfcrson.
Pin is the name of a Chinaman who
has been to Europe, and on his return,
has written an account of his travels and
adventures for the instruction of his
countrymen. Particularly struck was
this estimalle celestial with the relations
of the sexes, and he wa puzzied to larn
why, on the deck of a vrs-el, the hus
band and wife should walk up and down
one hundred times nntil they git tired,
The will hilarity of the men, however,
over the curious manner m which the
watriniorial couples exhibited their lar
barcu affection, reaches the very heiiht
of ii.errimeut. The peo: !o Lctually kiss
each other, an ' so John Chinaman kicks
u his heels in bis mirth, and thanks
bearen that he is not such a barbarian.
Fllrltns: Xnr Const rard Into
Ycurrg ladies, btwsre ! Youn? gen
tlemen pause! There is dancer ahesd,
for the courts have recently decided that
' SirtiDg may be construed into an n
gsgemcnt of marri:'2C. lhu Clief
Justice Parker, cf Massachusetts an
nouiKjes the o;iiioa of the Supreme
Court cf that S'are, that an engage
ment "may be proved by those circum
stance which usually avompauy uch a
onnectiou ;" and the Kentucky Court
of Appeals hx"3eeided that the "'mutu
ality of su cpgacer ient u?ay be roved
against a ycung lady, by showing that
id. demeanc! herself as if she concur
red in or apnrovt th yoting man's
promise cr efcer." It is not neces-ary
that there should be an express promise
en cither siJc ; for th ;-. rued, volu
minous Mr. Chitty, in his woik on con
tract8, says an "crgisemer.t may ie
evinced by tin ur.tquivccal couiu'c of
the parties, and by a general yet drfinite
reciprocal urvier&undmg between them,
their friend and relations -ringed and
corroborated by their actions." Young
men and maidens are, therefore, hereby
captioned a- to their understandings and
actions if they would keep free fiom
a rigid ap . tiiou of evidence tor such
cases cu1V"l provided.
An editor of a Minnesota cewypaoer
inserts tht following locil :
Wanted, at this oSca, s?medapliooi
with Bjoney uc.g!i to buy thi estab
Iihixent. aa-i who will let the present
edhor do choret? fr LU board natii f irm
htoda are needed ia the foriojr. We
3 - lots of iueo who woii'ri CU ins bill
xatrtly if tbey only had the money.
Gatnbetu is eald a Corsica ; hat La
ia oct. lie U a dendant of a Gencee
faaiily, as hia name implies, but wa born
at CV40r?. ia tie aoath of Frtoc
OUR WYOMING LETTER.
Trota Our Own Cun-wpondect-
l'ORT D. A. Russell, W. T.,
. .April 3, 1S71. ,f
' Deati JJerald : The court has been
ia session lately at Cheyenne, and several
crimiual cases were'd'spo-cd rf. I be
lieve there were four ladies on the jary. t
The business . proc-ceded with great dis
patch. Aiaorig'lthe crimuitls trd was
one Boyer, a hulf blood Incian who mur
dered a balf-brocd by the .name . of
McCIoskey, and awhUeman by the nuie
of Myers, some few weeks ago, near
Fort Laramie. I bad known all' the
parties for years.' McCIoskey :md Coyer
hare been 1 employed for years, occa
sionally as guides for scouting .parties of
soldiers in pursuit of hostile Indians.
Boyer, for this double murder, Was sen-'
terced to be bung on the 21st :;ist, and
as there was do jail at Cheyenne, he was
brought to this garrison for safe keeping.
On Wednesday last, toward night dur
ing a fearful snow storm he asked per
mission to go to the vrater closet. The
guard not suspecting any design to es
cape, accompanied him. As soon as he
was out of the 'guard hou;e he slipped
bis fetters off, "and Indian like he leaped
over the stockade, and iu a moment was
out of sight ; zs the storm was so terrific
a man could sco bat n few yards before
him. Several shots were fired at him as
ho leaped over the stockade, but nona of
them took effect A reward of three
hundred dollars was offered by bhcriff
Carr for hi3 apprehension, and several
have been in pursuit. Yesterday, (3un
dav" the coach was slowly movine
.vot-n Fort Laramie r.nd this
, .V, cr.a of the p3sseneers, Capt. Wil
son, of the ot'u Cavalry, saw a man ouie
few hundred yards away from tha road,
near Horse Creek, only 2o miles from
this garrison. Capt. Wilson ordered
the coach to halt, took a gun from the
cjach and went towaid Lim. Boyer
secreted himself as well as he could, but
the gallant Capt. soon found him, and
after questioning him satisfied himself
.. t Boyer was the escaped couviet, aud
-k him into custody. The poor wretch
hal eaten nothing, and was very weak ;
his feet were blistered, bis limbs fozca,
and on the whole was a most pitiable
object. The Capt. after bis arrival was
the hero of the hour, and will claim bis
reward. The por Indian has bc:a se
cured in time fbr his cx:ui j:i on the
day namod by the Judge. Tl.e proba
bilities are that he wiJ make another
atteupt to escape, and wiii be shot by
the gu-rd, for Indians have such a hor
ror cf death by hanging, that !a
cheat the execut" ,r possible. I visit
ed hiui iu LI; c-ii, some time since. He
claims that he sboi the meu in self de
fense as they intended to kill him and
! would have done so, had he not been
too quick for them. I believe whisky j
and a E-uaw were at tha bottom o too
quarrel. I supposed wheu I learned
that such a portion cf tbe jury were re
ma'es that confinement in tbe peuiten
tiary for a term of years wou'd have
been the extent of the punishment, a
their hearts are supposed to be more
tender thsn those of the sterner sex.
But doubtless they acted upon their so
ber convictions and weighed the testi
mony conscientiously. The other crimi
nals were sentenced to so'iiaiy confine
ment in tbe penitentiary, cr.e for ten
years and others for a shorter time
Yours truly, A. Wright,
Po-t Chaplain U. S. A.
A country village affords no retreat -There
everybody knows everybody's
business. You cennot rsi-e half a uoz- u
poriinzs without having them stoned for
picking off 3-our neighbor's gooseberries
Gossip wants no better bcavm than a
small village. Evervbodv knows wbeth-
! er this morning out of the butcher's
j cart you bought mutton or calf's liver ;
I and the mason's wife, at the ri k of
breaking her neck, rit'hes down sta:rs
to crclaira : vJn-t thirik of it! Mrs.
Stuckup has bought a tirloin steak, and
she is no beUer than o'her ieopii! '
Tney always ask you what you five for
a thing, and say you were cheated ; had
something cf a better qnality they could
let iou have for half the money. We
have at difieren times lived in a small
viilup ani many of. cur let friend,
dwell there ; Lut e pive a- cur rpni!o;
that there arc otjier vIaees mtre lurcra-
Me for tusn s pctnnir to heaven. Dr.
j T. DeicUi TalmaJge.
The Adl Gnzettc rrukes tneotion lLat
an o!J la ly in that ior.ty ceired a
rurup ped Jlor to i'tirnMi her a i ump.
aviJ that fh-3 t-cu!J o:er notl.irff for j
i pay except her hand, or tr Iiand of one
i oi her daughters, in uiarriac. Tl:o
i iedoii"r uevred the cmtf orouzht out.
j He selecte 1 on; that ho r.rsu'i exchange
lth?i n:np for. The puu.p was put in
j an l ih-3 next dar tLe couple were nar
j ried. Af.er a tiny or two he stole the
i lump out of the ell ar.i decamped.
leavini his bride and unpuaiped Weil on
tae old inuy s ftandj
j How to Get Work done on ai Farm.
i Every farmer i at tiiuzs rppressed with
l t. 1 ft .
! !i Sn?e 01 tee OVtlWt.tilliig nUUibtr Of
thine that rroairu to Le' done. Vi'e
. i . . . i j
nave ecn a rervou-- men ia sucn t
C".rxitane' co'iirr-frie one job. anl be-
fore he li.td pot f:tii!y started abaudou it
i for soiUtHciiig that etued inofe prtss
j in, a.vrei;. to Jt-ave this in t lie arue un-
Uid ttate . rn J v,ht-n iiitht cauie he
had t.v--omplLi.fd little cr bothing. and
i passed nrurs toeing a bo at or. !ecr-'e.-
red. thin'iinjr what h? 1 ao on the
i morrow. A young friuer c-juid uot
! adopt a better ruL' than to repeat to
himself every tiioriiinj, "Whatsoever
j thy hand tin lelh to d-, do it with tby
might,' and act upon it. When a,, job
la comrueije?J, nni.-n it eeic-re beitini2g
another; but at the aiuo tir atteud to
tr-e iiltle thinr?. JJut if ou hapten to
pet behind, trike a JiveK- gait, d- one
thic at a tlrM:, and trhcnit L-d'Kif, take
a Iitt.e rct y itnnieALate.y com::ienci:iz
another, and in this way joa wi!J rl Jii'iZ "
taruuu ia jrou uane. ' - ' ; , jaKtiitau.
A man at Sioux Fal hs agTeed to I -r RF u; h t tp a v a" fVm I
delkertiKatybieniaW aaekrat tkiuj F "IEAJuFLK. . . , .
aS SiOUX Cify hhia a ruefcth. lie ts1 The i. prerared t trattfer.
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A r. S.hA
Ar. 4.30 -
L. ia.45 A. M. " F!itinjinnt!
L. 1 1.WI A. M. Ciph .Ii-r.c.
Le. )IJ1 A. A( -.r Lcaiirille.
Le. 12.07 A. M. SoS H.ni.
At. I . j . n m Warfsrl
-Ar. -l.'Jt " . Km"b
iAr.tt.tS - ' IiMX:a
TRAIN NO. S.
La. L.i I P. M.
Otnaha J unc.
Pa tjh Heui.
Le. 6ii P. M
Ar. 7.4-I P. Zl.
1 .r. 5.1
Ar. 0 " - -NrKn-Ar.
9"A - Liixwln
Thn time piven abore la tint of Oaiaha, bo
ias 33 ini lutes iowcr th Chicsgo.
B. M. T.. R.
.Tpok effWvt Sutidav Nov. 37.J
Pacific nxprw. rxcept Monday 9:25 a. m.
Mni! Eerpt Sun-lav .9:ii p. m.
S'r;iiht Vo. 5 exptpt Sunday 2?4S p. to.
Freight No. excepi ianday. 5:15 p. nt.
At'nntio Hxprnss except Saturday 5:15 p.m.
Mail exbept Sunder ;Cr a. m.
Frirbt ?o. 5 except Sntxly ..1..:: p. vn.
Freight Xo. 8 except SuuJy......6.00 a. ra.
Tbo Coat leaves Platttioonth at 8 a. ra. Ean-
fThe Vvr! arrival nti'l dcpurtnre !
trains to pnA frod ti:r xt bank of the Missouri
rirfT. The Alis'jfis Ex pre- j'TiTrs at
Bur'intrlon at s-ot a. in., and liie PrciEc Exprese
Uares thtre for PUttmomo at 7:00 p. m.
CC. B. & ST. JfT. R. R.
lT TAC1F1C JN-'rioS IOWA, I
OtMVO jroBTH. 6C1VG POCTH.
Til r. Fxpre 5:30 p. m. 7:40 a. m.
N:rht Expre.-s S;j a. m- 5:C0 p. m.
Tbii1 civts pniscr.en! Trfm ri.istsroouth close
eoriD?et:e-n (,-oinv Scnth or Ncxth by leariof here
on the 5.1p. tn. train.
Omaha Ju action
COTNO S. W.
".VI .- 13.
9 Jr, -.. m.
. . 0 40 a.m.
lf 25n. m.
11.00 a. in.
coi.no x. a.
S.m p. m.
. 3."s p. m.
4.C' p. in.
4.30 p. ra.
4 Vi p. m
V"5 p. ID.
VjfwzcT? and freisht will be transferrd s
C'der Inland nni rannaH-liun nade t Omh
.Tunetiiin Tith tH niominr train roioe MTrt
from PI:isTnrnth to Lin"olnon '.he Ji. A M. U
It. R. in N "braska. an 5 t' ercr ir:h train going
eat from T indn So Piattniouth.
Trains trill leave and arrive at the depnt or
tbe Company e tb f.iof of Jonc rtreet. Until
!nrthpr notice tu-Vt ts wi!l he pold on the trir.n,
and r.itci of freight can be lfrnc-l t thr office
olthe .-ortpr-cr. J. T.. MOUL'-'ON.
Chief Engineer ard Uen'l Supt.
4.RKIVAL ANDDErARTUEE OF MAILS.
KOJTK. CI.OSKH. ARRIVES
f. Tt. Jt Joe R R. Sonth 9 p m. in p r
?. V: ' S! . J -ve . R. Nonh, & p. m. n -.B
R. a .f . U. R. Vvt. 9pra, lO.Mpiu
H. .t M . p. . H. '.Vest. 9 a ri. , p m.
limaiis Iv 9pm Hi a is
Wftt.ins . 12 r. ir. lJaa.
t Nr bra l,r. C.ty.Ky Stfir.- 9 p ra. Jpa.
TerarJi. Tuesdays. Thai-fdar. and Satur-
OS'e beer, from S are to 7 CO p m.
V. M.C. A. ITall over Hark A Piummer's
Store Prcaehina every Sabbath afternoon at
3 o'clof-k : Tinj r iue"tir c v-ry Tut?-Jt- ven
inr at 7 c'clo- k : Reading Rooinopva tatii ti-y
fr m a. ' )r.B-
Fl?s pRcBTrT!f North si.'ef.f Main t.
tM cf ixtl Krr.D. W. Cimrr n ; Se-y s
-!v,-rv jith at II a.m. and f:?50 p. in. Sab-
th School at 9:3C a- m.. Th" Po!l ,ch Snpenn
jn nt. Prajfr roe-tii:tf every Wednesday
renins at 0:ij o clock. '
MaTPoriT Er:""fPAL "Vet i-'e of Sixth
street." south of Main Per. J. U. IfaTCrld.
S-rriroseverv S.-.M-ith it 10 ?0 a. tn. nd 7 p. m.
Pravr uieetinjf "rery Thnrlay eveninr. Ola
n ee in every Monday evening and incmed:r.te-v-if:e
cl?e"r.f S"lath inorninir crvi?c3
S:bbr.i.:i School at 2:00
CtSCrj Tir!S'. Comf r Lorust and E'lrlb
,t-ts Rev. P. .'1c;. rvices ere: v ?-.V;ntb
at"lCu!0.Bi.end7p.ni. Sabbath S-hool at 12:
p. ni. Prayer mtt-tiMS every AVeJcei-ay
Eptsnic.'.i Cirnr Vine and Thin' rtree's
Rev. I!. (icora Younj. Servioc" everr Sab
ahat 10:iJ a. m. 7 p. m. Sunday Srhool
at 3 p- m.
(beI'TIax-?erv"e!.- in Coi't I."o"e HaM Q
15. Mnl'i. loenl preacher. Eider". I?ac Wilea
and T. J. Todd.
RrTi?-r Prea.-b:n!r rt the Court IIone Hall
evorv fc-a:-ba'.H at 11 o'cloek by T.ev. P. M. Me
Le f. rravr-r meetin? every Thursday evenicr
at the re'l-ioa-'e of ill Pastor, ftabbaih bcuuol
ni mediately after morning service.
Catfolic Nerh side of Pub'.ic Square Heir
Father Have. Firft errrj- Sa'ihnth at 8:30
. in., f econd ?.!a and miii t lS.' a. in..
Vepeia and rmrdietinn at 3:;0 p. in. .Mw
at 8 a. m. every week d;y.
1.0. O. F. Fei-ar i-i- r ir-tr of p;tte L-idpe.
No. 7.I.O. O. V. every Tuurlay ev r.irr. at
Odd Fellows Hail. Trancient Lrotheii are cor
dially invitkl o rUit.
II. J. STREIGIIT. N. G.
, of ech month at d 1 F.-l'ow liaii ror. M tn.l
I.O. O. F. Plat'sruotrt Pncsmrmert N-. 3.
Main rts. Transient Patridfth cordintly ir-viievl
to vij-it. &. Ultt, L. 1.
i-AM. M. Chahias. Scribe.
KMRHTSOFPrTniAS PJ-it,e Vail1. lod-e No.
5. Regular meetiscs every'! hu:-suy evei.1.
ViaiUreoroU.erj ainav wcl- or-e.
W. 7,. WELLS. W. C.
F. ELL-EL. R. i C.
V. V. LLUNAKI'. V. P.
! j, vF0:rp, ,
J a A- 1m Hc ii
TTsnorTH Lorrit N:-. 5 A. F.
irciuras at tt.eir L :M on the
finl ar.d tbir I ..ox.m-y e-. enincof mj zconLa.
Trauaiett brevLern ini ite-l to vir-r.
JACOB VALLERV. vV. 11
P. E. Ecrrya, Sc.
il rrT Lor-or No. i2 A. F. A A. M. Rru;s.'
mee'inpa at luonic llal. Cr-t and h;- t i ri-lay-.
J. N. WISE. V. il.
io. 1 5ET-OLT, See.
Nkkkacka C'tiPrr.n No. 3 R. A.M. P.eitular
wcTocstiou uxor.d un J farii Tiesiay eve
"irt of eac mort'- at T1-. V!ocV p. m.
R. r;. LIVINGSTON II. P.
E. A.KusrATaics. Sec
"MsTrsxTAr PacBrr L-rK;K. Reiraiar meet-
IB? if the ramily .-re heni on ,.velrieljiy evi
; fro.-, r- :r bero., the f"!l mw.n of eai-h month,
i All laer V n. their wive.', siners r.nd
itfliriten are uw to alter, 1. L i.mamea la-
i V. Ill r ti EELSR. Patron.
i;Vi3. U A. t-irs. i atroics.
J. N. '.Vise. Keoorder.
I. O. 5- T. OuvitBtiitra, .2--EA. Kirk
AAtrik W.C. T. E. B. Iewi.., . 5. P.. li. V. iud
bam. Lodre lepury. Mct i Cerrt ii- wee Hal!
every 3?tjr ffr.itc " Tz-'ttSt'S
Kic:sio Pfo3Kk L&w;a. N. 1. E.
L'.wu. D. T i. Z. White. L'. S. ileewatCocrt
IIi;e Hall on the fcrst and third Satarday even
Stak or Horr Lo-xj No. 8. O. J. DavL. V.
iT-r AiKirww "..lr-trn. 7. . Aleeu at Jir
rlcaant every iatirvla treeing.
TuiTiiv Jrsc.R. No. 74. J. J. Chandler.
.CT.:fE. J.Hc-ej. V. S.: S. Y. talkin
' g. 'T-art.
Le-Cf-e 1eroty. Jleer every iVedatiJay eveia'
rarciia irm flam repeetfaily invited.
TsiMfirenloDSi. No "l.-lnw irHfffV
4. C T Jaa. V!l: n. V. S : C. H. Wiv!v7
ery cairuay evecinir.
--lcuMiiy tavu9 to
f. j-t p;-.
tn, aia n Ltrr oourre aai re-n2-i- f r-v -
VIC K' S
The f nt "Stli7 f cr.o hucJrcd ntti Cfty
thouf.in l copied n( V: :l. i!lutrjV i Cv.lcM
cf tjecJi aoj Fi-ral Ciu.ao. pi;;.! ?Led n-l
r--aiy to set J out luJ p-i. and as L'utr&ving
of imost every dfci.-abfe ilownr ana Vcirtable.
It it rlerabtly prin'.cl a fire tinted paper.
il!crratei with tnice hundred f.ue AVouJ En
eravics ucd twu beautiful
Tbs niost beutifji an l tbo niot instruftire
Fli r! Ouii.e puMisScd. A Uirmnn editioa
pa'j!i!hcd. in ait othr icspocu eii.lr to the
tiv-iit fee to all tny ens'omera cf 1870. aa
rapidly hj pc.-b!e, wii."u-t appik-atn. Sent
irt all othem fho Her theia lor Tia CSKTS.
which U not half the cost.
January IC-tti ilivrtf. Kojhtsicr N, Y
Farmrs, xr where you can t tbe beet Flour
ind the mon of it.
35 POUNDS OF XXX FLOUR
rou.ios tf oni
lireu ic ezebare for rood wheat.
VVe ars s.i hoiu? trr' Wi.i k and. wtt?i eo;
increaeed iaciliti?". :'eel axsuteJ ihnt eia
Ute btn &nd most Flor of any in the 6ial.
Prcduco Bounht and ScM
aifiHKST KA8XST fAlB.
MACHlft-E iH J?!
WAYMAN & CURTIS
. P?rj!tsiri05iSij5 IVeb.,
Repairrra of Steam Enpiue. Eoilera, Saw and
His aud i-team Fittings, Wrouctt Iron Pipe.
Force and Tift Pump--, Steam Gn-i(0i, alaoee
Valve Uovernors, and all kinds of
Brass Engine Fittinjs,
furnished on eiiort notice.
RcpairedoB borl nut lea.
STRE16HT & CHURPHY,
Harness, Sadies, Whips
liUIDLKS! COIjLAHFi tC.
Particular attention rircn to the manufacture
of uae harness.
ALL EINL'S OF REPAIRING DONE ON
I IN. B.-Tbe Celet-:itcI Vacunai Ci! Elrcrkjr.f
:on;autiy on h&ai decl'if
HEATH'S FATEMT BOARD wrLLS.
Put down in Otoe evjaty in the paft 18 months,
ind from IH..EE to r'lVE a wcuk Loaking at
PKOVE THEIH SUPERIOEITT.
SIXT-N1NE et them were in :be worn kind
IHIuTY-ONE of them v-re rcRde in r!n-
where the old style "Intj? Weils" buldricaup-"-cd
in .niod to furccli suppiy, or nato
slly 'rlaye-i o-Jt."
Ibeirowu reputiiti" . and tbe ur.ao'uious ver
dict cf the pc-i-ie i' Otoe County
Attests their SZetlta.
Ai Outf t It now in operafi-c for tbe accommo
dation ot C:-J4 County, in -liJ.:e of
WelU rarsnteed to furnish an ample aupply
if water, or the moaey refunded.
vre'.l bcr-d. tubed and fitted npfor ihrotrins
water ail complete aau a-uarantced.
Cns Do2!ar per Foot.
t'jick-saril wel! S. extra ore e-h well, fin
thcetuntry hands to h- birJed wiiiie dirt
t flu. r
siion?ib!e Dartieo de?iririic it x 0"'e 0t
ue-Palt wiii be taken tor part payratr.t. at ix
; iaoious, witj itert.rt at p.r eeuU from date.
P;vrtieit wUhine wrHs will r'eae iwmraMi r
by leaving the order at the liardware stot
of C. 'W . Mtl'.K. or advL-cinj .:ie a line te.
B T. DiLTenbacher .
Hasnibal la Saint Jo.-cph TL. TL
Takics eject Jamary Vih. IsTu.
No: 1 Day Kxp. dily eierpt Puni.iy Tr!X p in
" 3 P-iio txp. daily eaeef t rnondiy a tu
" ?. Nihl up. dailv ivcept mon-Iay l-'-'t a in
" T i hrougii irt. ds.!.:y norj : aioi. i.y 5, to a re
" tfTbrouph frt ilaiir except m-nilty S-4o a in
" 11 Way trt uai!y except sunauy CJ-t p m
" l'j jlacnn frt daily etccpt fun lay llulua ui
No. 2 Day ex p daily eicept rend py t-.40aaa
" 4 Night eip daily except suu'y 4:'jC p tn
x 3 Pacific eip dai:y txeept yuJav. 12:-to a ra
" s I.u- e;p tii-i.y except unl; :0 t :n
! W a y trt dally e- -.yt nT.j f . . ,rv..ia
" T'.r - ra frt !:. !.- I vt iKindir ":' p ra
" it 1 L rouea frt uail tqc-pi n'urby T j-i p ns
No. 4 wtii not JtuP'":i i'.a. Vibur.I.iI
Corttf, io.i-vulo. Cdua. aet.uis cr i-
No. 6 w"l cot etcp at axton. Eaton. Gbum.
Hreekenuje, M'wrir!lie, U Leehuc or i'-tcd-
T- B. CURNETI. Gen As-t.L
dCN'L INSURANC E AGT
Reprsstz.; aorce of the cort reliable Cotcpat.
ics in ihe United Sutts.
Ca with Rarnea Pollock iu Fi!Tee1',
!' k . iaa -a. w f
Dr. J. T. TH0314S,
TJrinr r-emiarr t'.y locate at YTeet inr Hi
ler ball, tc. ler hia pixfes'Kj-.aJ aeoiryi to U.e
eitisena tf Cca eecntj-. Nebrat,r:. ijacJ-.e-tt
J. E. UcV.acd. Proprietor, rcrnar of 3l?ia acd
Third street?. Pia'ttiaooib, Nebraska. liavice
eewiT forttehed ofTer firt
aowi by tb we
170 Tl SAXB. Threo acre of lanJ uljin.n
the city n lb anr.th. cni M hs't chaplVr
c-U. For partiiulbia coauire bt theilKjix
70R SALE. Two lota in Gleawoo-I. Cheap.
' r . w : - t.i -
TOR SALE. 8?; K-rss of land adjoinii.
t Plattiaiouth. Enjuiroof
Sept.H 3. DUKE.
170R SALE The mbariber offers Tnr j"'e a
valuiblo water powr. two miles lelw
Pl.ittJtcouth. nar the Missouri rirer, wilh
eufticicnt water and fall whu economical .-nn-ajt
merit to i-rouuco pnwer equal to a 3t) livrce
powerjtoom enrine. The present nwner in en
c:i(f.i iu other bu.inet-8 aud caiin'-t drvrt l-i
a:trati ju te Uc tiuineM of ruiiii.tr. act wili
tell eaiJ water power for a rernonnble price.
Apply to Maxwell &.,Cmai-xax. deciM.twt
GREAT CENTitAL ROUT..
Via Niapara Fa:is. Spec!. Corn iu it Jt Safety
PUkLMAN'S MACriFlCET CARS
Fr.ia Cni.'ia lt New York, via Mi;his:n Cen
tral and Greet Werr-.u iU.:;-. .th.
Four Vijjt'c Trsiris i--are Chicago Iai!r via
tbi lino f- 1 New r Iiiton. iad a.i
interni-!i sts r"i:it iathe Ijj-t.
TAST ATL..NT1C T.T.V?A$
Leaves Chiavo rvry uSi'raorii. bavin nttvU
ed tie c--.ebi au'd Hotel C.r jr-.m Ciii-ti?i to
KociifrstcT. ai..i a in:.jfiu!ii.-'-nt l'ullm.-.n Ph'a'-e
Drawiii Room Car lrvin CLi'.t;.j to Svm u.V
W. C. Mfi.tinT Srp't (It. Yeen R- R.
Kaa ilt..n, Unr.
U. E. r.arr nt. Oen. Suj.'t.M.C. R. R. Cbi-ato
lienij (.'. atwo't'i. ien'i Pussciijjer A it.
Wher?a. Ceniixan E:ikerhn this i!y made
Application for Letle.- of Administration on the
eitff? i f 'Ko. 1. iiker. decease 1. Notice is
here'y aivtn t- nl! parties interet;d. that raid
ypp'iriifion wiil otjpa i fix tli?ilh day of A:i'i
A. !.. 1;71. t'Jo' look a. in.
.Var-h !?th. 1?71
A. L. Chilp, Pr"v'Klo Jnd?9.
fuiar h l-".i'i w ot.)
F U R N I run B,
LOUNGES, SAFES, TASLES,
or a Li DKscairrioxg axo ar all peicrs.
Metalic Eurial Casen,
OF ALL. SlZk
Reedy Mide, and Sold Cheap for Cih.
jB "27 ,
i The E?uiiiiiton&!T3IiSxHirI
In connection with the
Cit'ojjj, Burlington J: Qvlnrj II. P
OCer tothe people of Plattsmcu'h. ani ait
bunion et Nebraska lying
SOUTIIII OF THE PLATTE,
the m't direct, aud the bet RoUte tvr jj.
tern, aouth Eastern. a:i 1 Northern htate
I-'eaieiT tle.-irine t-j travel luxuriously h'.f .
take, the Atla::tie l.xpres.. wh-h run t':rou,-b
o t'hil-l.iro hftn. h'in,A r.,r..a ...... .
iibelfmit I'aw C.aei't. I'uliuiau'a' xr.
Day and slcepi: Coa-.iiu. u-.X
Piillman's Dlninc Cars.
In additi- n t-t thef ej-t tliat thi ia the direct
route by which time may be -nred in reaehirr
anypoirtin thetat..-rn or Mil die State, it cv
trutnfuliy be tsaid that it p M--? frit h-ct tra.
ardtaeSnfcftctjjIpiiientof any V'-.-tcrn Line,
t-naurina; to the paasuier
Spree, SnfrS.j and Comfort
Rate. n'-araTa r LO'T a- tv e I.Oir;:.7T. Ta -f
a-ct:cct.ked tbroueh toanv po n" Er.t.
C.E. PiKUK.ri. Oci. Supt.
A. E. TOLZALI2, Jen. Patsetper st-ut,
In the 2d Ja I'rii! r):?'rict Crj; -iVunr with
in an l for Cass county, ititeol btacaa.
Jv.hn S. barley. Plaintiff, 1
II. U. McLnae.L'fcfeC'ianf. J
Samuel MeMahoa nd il. E. iI.-.-Ca.e, n"n-re--:d..nt.,
defer J mtc of tbe .taie .f Ne'.-rarka
will take nnti th-t w'ohn S. iarley. ol H.-
count:.. Btete of Netra. id tia ihe fi,h ii
'uy of Mr.rrl A. I. i-ii. ti bii petition iu :Le
2-1 Judicui i:?rr -;t Court .".uin within aod lor
Ca.-3 'OTii'r. -!e of Ner.'lia. j-e.iirt tLe
paid San.url Me-Ihon and 11. li ieC'Jne. de
fendant, scttir.i for. h thai i,ne Ji.l:n S. lrl v.
plximiif. U the -a ner in i..-e eimple t f the norrh
ea?i quarter of nvmn innnbi-r eleven 01 .in
ni:jre c::'r.tjer tw-.lre ti..t f tat CJu IViuei
rtl Meridian s.ri.itod i.i O: er.ty, ?t.-.:vnT
Ncbraek-. and r-r..yirr tj:.t tbo title to ri'd
laii't b dec-ri ed by uiU court to be in r'amti
aa 1 :'i.-t i'l tlaitc .f . id defwiacta to aaii
land iii wlia: soever kind or nature in it Le F:t
aside a-i'i aecre-d mill tn i vid. and f-.r ueh
ciher ani 'nrt . l.tt av in etiuitr st i a n.d
c.D:ieneeidaii-.i:i r-,ay lye rr.titie-l t ), an ith
aaiJ feamuel Mcil.hon and II. U ilcCuce are
rot.i.d that thev are r-uired u fcj pear aai
anewer raid petion on or bufore tenth ia7
of April A U. 1S7I.
Dated. March Sth. A. D. ICL
StiHiji JATWA.aciC T.KaTnoca.
Attorney' for PlalntiiT
It :s hereby ordered tbat the a'yr.ve r.oti" be
t-ubitihe 1 in the Platt ktth Hold f .r f iwr
consecutive week. d.t-l Mareh Vtb. A. I. 1-.71
Ey J. ... i3AiiLiy, Iepaty Clcra.
WE ,wouH sn-ite Pesler? rr.d thi pub'i
f aneraiiy to c tl'. and examine or it4k of
S O ir' S ,
befora porehayic elsewhere.
WherJ' :i rocn--rrit ptirportinyto bthe Ia
V. ill at: 1 '!'cj:in.ai flifre V. Mt'rea. de:il,
has bern f.kd , the prot:ite Court of Cn.s O.nn
ty Nebraska, lr i'n-tat'j: tbt- m to Notiiva.l
prtiM interested th;it the hour t-f 9 o't-loek A.
il.. on Thnday tlieinh tiayf.f April A. 1. !9T(,
u Utreby appointed I -t rro ing aid W'iP.
, A. L. CillI.I. Probate Ju la.
yir. ;irjri: i:av:u rjvl the ei;enacii ef
twenty yeira in mancljrtaririK all kind '
ioI"- we t .- coaSdctt of ririn entire i?at:.fi"
eflapetcbanirM forsreaae. acd delirered fn
:P of t'.e nry. , . .
ti Faii f.r rciilerti taZIr atd e;,.
p"1 rk"- Kearner War, aw Teiry Bt
Jo llwt'. .
POR SALE OR RENT.
Toe prpe-tr fcrlooefcT to D. Marrjiett w;H bw
old r rented on ifw ate term a. 1 he how
f -rw'V. rooIt,,V I aJeo larca cim
witji ttuer. .!r. a a le, an i r.rr
w,e?'y. f " T. V. VAF-CCf-'TT
"Office nornr Slain kci 3:00! ill ecf
THMS : DailyflJ.Jj pVrl.tsnam. or $.'.
J.C.rox: D. A. aKIlLXR.
I'M & frricr.i.t
ATTORNEY Z AT LA W. 8:ninl .ttertii
ir'ven t rrnb;ite hu-in..H :-.nd ;.tn-l title c; ml
Olliee iik the- alaiot-io Lio.;!:, Ma.n ?trei,
I'ln-fconth. N- t'r -t.t a.
s. maxhtcli.. ttAM. u. cn riii r
ATTORNEYS At LAV and Ro!ic:ior isj
haacery,. 1'U.tumoutL. Natiiuka. V2rJ o.
hite Jc IluUery's Ira .Sturn. uTil.
General Life. Am-idei.t. Fire, Ii.Tund and 'it. ti
InurnM Asm:L Mill tMke rirXt et rerron.
able rates in the rclinUle O.u pw.i to
United Mate 'iflice o'f'p. cite the tVurt 1' un,
,"Ut.yi:ioHt . NtibraHka. lul.ynl.
. . 1.. Ti l SaSIK,
'CARPENTER ANl JINEK. will do t
w -k in hi line i.n short iiolii.-e and in tha ' e-l
'. Cntraeti for buiidint lua le on rtkis
. jterb. U-p one blo-k -.u Ji of j'latle X A
II aon.ve. iultid t
CE'?. 8. SVIT!?. CS1.F. 5a.lft
A't roer at Law. and Ueir-ra t ;w' 'eei A a
M ill prauliee ;.n all courts o th- r tale m.d v -.
tm Iowa. OA! - -over Clark Jt PJaiuuo r' .'.
opos.to the l!io-jk iluueB.
o.i.ffBti ii r.. . u n. BKNiirr
r is ryii::x. u, co.,
Pe.-.l tatiTjl Tax P.-ri:.; Ar-nt. NohfVa'
Puhlu 1-iro snd l.ile lo-arat ?j Arr.j. 1 litt
inoulh. Nubia-ka. i-- 1'j
Tl c il To Nc Ji i i Iu G STT?
P.ATE3 RSCUCED TO 3. PER DAY.
Iny Cjirdinj. pt r work.
-- . - - . - n . I'-t -VI,,
r i o4j li j., for the. ui ot the vh. -t.of the homo
. n. . m LolNUt'LY i tf.'bt. i'rop'f!
mireh 31 Itf
j: rs i ivtxiwi'o.-v. m. i.,
PHYSICIAN AND HVP.'.EON-t.n iVm ai
profe-xionul aervii-e.. :o tli: ci-.izui,m of t (.vf iHln
ty. Resilience fna?e-ri corner r,! fa i, id.--ix'.'i
!trect; oK-e cu ila n street, c;po?ite toaif
Houi-e. P!af litiouih. NcLraoka.
A GOOD GHANCK
GOOD BARGAIN i
ITarint rr?.-r.!cted the fdittinc an ! reenrllm
of rur lrKK'.-t. Ad li.iou tj ti,e Ciiy of I'liUr
motifh. I am r.oTr jrcj are 1 to '1
in the Addi'H n at rcaORub!e ratoa. Tern)"r
sne half eafh flown; the other half pnyu'd
one year, at lea por cunt, intercut per jtiu rj
from da of pur-Lae until paid. To be e; jrod
Ly moiteaue on the property.
Dcnatian to C'lurclies.
I will piva to tho foiiowir.tr religious Jusoio
natio'ifl. vir :
To tha I: , li.-' Cr.urcl-. lot 1 in Wo.-V 17 :
To tha t'i,ir,-rc'::onai C'hureh. lot in block Z
l o tl.e M' '!.o iit thurr.h. lot 1 i.i biick 2
To the 'k:i..1.c l'fi :r.h. . t C in fiK-k
To trie Kpi.-copa! tl.urh. lot VI in bl'x-k 3'J: .
To the Prejtl'ytri-inn CLureli. lot 1 ;n rlo k 'Jl.
To t!i Christian C'ilicii iwi j. u; l-'oe'i S ;
To the Lr'heran Cuu.-ci: ! i in block
a my Addition to tr,5 1 jry of PlAt.'r;outIi. r jmnl
the lollowinr cont'itions. it: 'J'hiit tbey e S:.if
erect on fain lot . u iihv iiiimi"l, a oii'xfi'
huildiiitt Ir i-uhlic- worfLin, Viihin Svc yen.
from thiv i!..to : and. in -a-c of (niiure a tha
par t ( eaii Ch-jruh or Churchf-a to comply w:t'u.
a'xjve condition, tln-n and ia that cae the
lot or lots shall revert to iO.
Dcnaiion t3 PubWo Schcai.
I r)e-f T il- taic for the u- -A PuMii I:tri-v"
.i fto .i-. J.ot JO in fcia'-k i. on i -5 r.ortN ;He
1 . :-. . ... . ....I T ... li. .. f. . .1 v: . t
- ' " nil , ... . 1 ' t .Jl 1, ll IIH bo'lT a
aide of Mi: 11 'ireet, in itj- ad iitioj ?n tl;e ity
f ria.UuiotUii. . S. 1CKE-
1 5,0C0 Acres cf Lar.d for Sab'
I in this- wnr.y. Ale's !iou3';j ad Lou iii th:a
i e;ty, at 1-iw )i:i?a-.
Pnrtienlur artenrion rivt t. f t?-e Lu.viif ana
aelliiiit of real eaLiti. einminu a titlee. anT puy"
ilb tnxej for non-rnidaa. bUKK,
- Real E-tate Ageut.
Lot for Ten Doilara.
I wiil ;! to parti- ui-.irrojn 01 Omlaiuff and
iaiproiine, any of the lots in the rnbjoined iut
in my ad itioii lo Platt.-mi.uth. at ten dollart
per lot. niider the f .Howiii,; -on iition. tix:
Tl.e p'Tsin pure;in-.o( wilt be r u:red t
bni!d on Ibe lot roin oi-ed a iil n r hrorf til
the f. '.iov.ir.it ditiionii -ni, to-wit: I honr..i
to l e .-.ot ie- tuiii 1 :x lct. uiih etorr not
'.owl r th.tn H foet. The frame mti-t be roo-t ntj'i
u!- tnr.ti.il: bo-iiie well fhinle-l; 1 mil Intiofi
ei: iier of l.ri'k or etonc. There t: ot bea kitih-.
en, of rot lore than lOx It. iJoii iir mu.-t I
erir; l--te.i on or before January Nt. Is?''. V,'i.l '
ire a l.oa-i for t d ed to tbe party who bnr xa
cm: .urr'riW(. i uiaiii-.iit.dui n eon. ply it.
with the at!ve condition, will ive a g od and
s-u hcicnt Warrat.ty ised.
tv-lc-tinna may be raad from the aeiMitupary
! ' and in Mock Irt in !.!.2k 4 : L t
11 ia block i: L-.t '.' l . b'.ot 1 . Lot 12 in
V."-k 2 ); It Z. J ..ii.l 1 i in bin-k : L"t in
biu'-k L': L-t. 'J ami H in b'o' I.O' 5 ?t t
11 ia .l.i.-k :. in blic; Im... td aud Vt
.a L-l-.-k ai SiJ7 in bick Lot 2 ii
P'a'.trutoutli. Auf'tT. 0Se i.-i Conrt HoC$9
Tan;ai-tt Scmraon by J In t(.e I;.-ri't rmrt ? I
br n .-it f.'iiuj ! Ju i.' i.u I'.j-r.tt aa
v. for Ca eiaritj-. State 'A
Ore;i . Tnorr-r-o t ' Ncbrariia.
Orcn S. 'I uoiofein r;;"the ? a?e ofl'-iuois will
taice not.ee tuat ilarifaret fa'n. ion. by rtr
fiexl tl irtl f em- nt. did O t! e 'y.'ji'l
day ol February A. U.lk.I tri.i b--r te.t;.?ii ij
tho l'itrict Court of the il Jnoicial Li-ui..t f
tha c;a: ot Ae'.raelta within aLd f r Cut
- .unfy. aiin't iri-n s, 'I uompu.i e:endT,
ir;yin j;i ipewivf t for the iut,i of one i.uoJret
bii'1 tweo-y-tive dolia if it iriteresi. frym the
l.'hd.rn VilA. I. 11. ta damaan tc-r
br.-aWi t cornual in deed dai-d .-r T .t
A.l l'JJ. -a d de d eve-i-e 1 and d.-li ,r, 1 to
plainer. That PlaintitT did on the 25:h day cf
Fe'.i. Ii71 rau.-e an a't..cr:nieat to be i"ai
rri.n' defi n Ian. End di 1 eauee the fol owm
r-sl eatiite of ielea lai.'r be aUa.jhe I to wit :
Nine a-r in the Norci Wer orn-rol iot
IV ia c.ion e"ntri 'J9( I-.d-.jo wel-e;l- ,
raEji t-.ur'ecn 1 14 1 "-ordi -r to
nr ey :n Caa cu:'y. '.ae i.f rctra-ka. aji
ine 5 i-.t J7' a i u nijn t noiit.ej tt;i t? t
rcjui'- d V epffwr r,.liv;fr . id r -ioj oa
jt beforelfte the d .y t April A D. 1TL
n.ihApl.T A.n50. Bt er
r.r Vprm x ii..i,, Attya.
j THE irNDEiiSIONLii HAVE 0FNL9 A
Oa Main Street, P!atToutb. -where ttty r
; p. cte :; ia hand tie ery
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