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THE NL6KASKA HERALD
is published fimr bt
11. 13 HATHAWAY
tOITOR AND PROPK-fKTOB.
dr Office corner Main and Second itrecte, seo-
oti 1 story.
TERMS : Weekly. 52.00 re? snnan if paid in
?2."u if not paid in advance.
Tnmanapot.is, I ml., Oct. 11.
- V (I. Knl'i-li, the wealthies man of
Tri'li.iii,iM)Ii-, worth :tt lrast one million
' IoIkiis, opcrn-'l his li-.-art and .ulM;ribed
Our tolrr, .in 1 that in cash, for the
!-uMorcr- by the rreat fire in Chicago.
V,i i KAl.o, N. Y., Oct. II.
An orurr has lict-n :errivcd here from
tii'.'n !i int.- in Chii-atro for two hundred
ami fifty th m.-and bricks, to commence
Lr. avknwortii, Oct. 11.
Thrci; ( n.i; ;ini..'s of infantry h-ft Fort
Iii-avciwf!; I h lar-t ftveninir lor Chicaco,
tir.il a' - .i lanrf ptitnlit'r of tents. '1 he
ten t!:'n-:ui l ij;l!ars vote! hy the City
( '(i!iii( i! ha.- hei ti fur-.var leil hy a special
in'-.- t -i.l' r. A train load of provisions
an 1 e! r:!ti:i' h it to-lay. The ladies held
a nia-s i:i'etin'" t' l iv, an'l raised I unr -linnaii
in-:. .M-hunc- and laborer will
lmM a reii-.-f i:iccti:!r tonight. Ourap-4.-iv:ate
cun'.rih'iti mm will reach twentj'
San I'itANrisro, Oct. II.
Tl.i MiVeiij'tions lor Chicago from
SYariri c(, w.il reach $lO'),i Mr) before
to-mnrrow noon. The whole eoniniutii
ty are u i n r to succor the unfortunate.
Tiu? l'lieili.?. Firemen's Fund arid
I "aim In-urauce '.i-npuiies have Ieviul
s-Mr ;.ts of 7" 1 1 r cent on their btock.
A i the San I'ia:n iseo companies will
in-cl their lia'.iiiiii - promptly.
St. .'o-e, h, October 11.
Sevn th u.-;iu I (lullais more were
i t!- 1 f r tli- ( 'h-r ljro sufferer to-da-.
Twenty tw bank.-? an 1 business hou.-es
sai-i i i T i - 1 five hundred dollars ach
in.-; ye.-ti-i 'lay. Two car load of pro
i i ui- al- i lei't at .VI') this iimrnincr.
The St. Jos ph Typographical Union
:t!s rai.-e 1 $'2. I f-ir their brethren in
( whi'.-li will go off in the uie-rn-
Th'i St. Andrew Soriety met this even
i and e io iud ?:2(( for theSeotch
inen of ( .'hie -i'-'o. Tin excitement is
ii'tabateil, and th )Us:uiJs will be con
I'es h lines, October 1 1.
T!.' "( "owiriL' ii a copy of the appeal
of I..v. Mrni.l, of Liwa, to :he people
of th it State:
f "An appallintr ' .ilvnify has befallen
our MHer St t'e. Her metropolis, the
r. vat city ( f r!i;ci:''i, is in ruins, ami
r.t r or. i !.!; 'r- 1 ti.'isand of Iierciti-
11-- nr.- vi:!;.i;t : loiter or loo.J. except
I -I !-y ii'ip-r
;i. iw ; i'.nn ;t ! v ;
A lidpiiiir hand
iA:t the libe
!'. .-o lavishly di--
i; iv. il ii'ii i'ii: i ne ioi; pcrio'i or use tia-
11 .1 l ! .!
ti n .! pi-ril, m - Mr-t i t: to the front anil
1.-!: t -hi-.-jt in ti.is hi.-ir of distress. 1
w 1 1 1 1 inter the rii'p'iintincnt at once of
k fi'.d'eo'iiuii'iees in cvi iy city, township,
a' ' I rej-.ee:i-iil!y.ak th-; local authori
iie:ti. fail n:ee?;i!L'snf the citizens to dc-
i-t; w :vs an 1 oi-miis to rendi r efficient
v.i i i
I wo.ii I ii-o j-k tin; pastors of tin.'
li lies tliroiirhout the Stat
tip (. !!reti :is on Sunday- m-'ru-or
::t s:n Ii oth'T tinn as thev in.iv
i! in r 'per.
f-r the relief of the suf-
l.i t u- not be .satisfied with any
a -ii.o.ji v.T-iit : t'aie will be need of
i 'ii f ( t' a Mi' --faMti.il character, to aid
ihemanv t'l-'ii-an-l- to prepare for the
n T4 r-
! ei.!!,il..-r ,vir!'er. 1 IlC
i.;i: - -ii r
li -'.V i
joibii.- e!: j: i; ic-.-. of that ;reat city,
i!;. -.-'d, can ! iittle to this end.
Th ! live in h"tuis of comfort mi l
plenty n:ii-t t -iriii-h this help, or misery
tun: w;;l In' thi! late ot nianj-1.-
i i' our neighbors.
" i-ivcrnor of Iowa."
'Jhie.iL'o. Oct. II
Several a ' to:up:.s at ineen.liaii.-tu du
tin: lat n;u!it are reported, but in
t..-y itismti.v tho pi-rpetrator.s were
.-'itn ;i:m ri !y dea't with, and their fate was
tint of tle ir bi'ither lien Is pieviou?ly
c :-.:'ht. It it hopj 1 ibis will stop these
it tenia! attempt-'. The Mayor has
p! iced the enn-j it te p. .lie? authoiityof
the ei'y in the !;;. i' I - of Lieutenant lien.
She, Man. with unlimited pv.vers. Five
huti-hvd I'. tro.ips arrived here this
i ir.iir;i from tie' hi t, which, added to
tin- f uee on h.::i 1 previous to their ar
riva!. m ikes I'id'y oMi? tho'isaud men, all
I'. S. regulars. Thi- movement has
e.ii:ip!i-t-iy reassuri'd the people that
p -;ie; :iti i oiiu r wiil i--irn- The Cham
1 1. r id' ( 'ommerce wi!i ri b lill tlu-ircdi-:i
-e on tliL- sa r.e eroutid that th1; burned
l i:l linx (u eapn d.
i he 1- ss hy i lie ra'nrjad coiupasiies is
comparatively .-:.), ill. I bily two depots
were 1 'irii ' I the t.'nion depots, foot of
L ike street, and the depot on Laelle
siivcr. All the roads running their
regular train- into the city. The city
ai:hi rities have e.-tablishcd a morgue
on I'hiea'j avenue fer the reception of
d -ad bodies.
The amount of grain destroyed in eie
y a tors is e-timated at two an I a half
-iiii.tii.R-i ri" bii-hcls while four and a
'half millions if bu-hels stand in the tour
eVvatots 'i Ao'.t- to Munn & Seott. The
ii:i:i!. !. -e Illinois Central elevator and
the old Iowa i levator are mivliI. The
contents! f the safes of the various ex
press comp.-thie.t aio reported in the
.safest condition. The condition of in
s'iriMic ee mpatiii's, and probabilities ol
iln ir b. in: able to pay any portion of
their loves, i terly canvas-ed. The
;'!'. i! 'i i s-i in s. ems to be that the
I nei.'u c 'inpani-vs wiil pay, and there is
nisi ;i -tro;:: fi e!::r: of confidence in the
Sin Fran: i-eo c 'i:! paties. Some eastern
mm mi -.-. have piven n itiec of their iu
t r , t i 1 1 to py. The condition of the
Wi.'.-r Woiks is ascertained to be that
al! th.ree d' the inr.nrrise pumping engine-
are badly injured by the action of
the tire t:r:d falling of the roof, but the
boilers v.re ".r.ii jure 1. and the best engine
is in sui li a eo nliri mi tli.it Superintend
ent Fretier m:vs he wdi imve it in work
in: order within a week.
A careful estimate of the number of
i i' ode r?n brcd liour-elesf, based upon
tiie recti t cettsus, puts tier total at not
iei-s thin one hundred and ten thou-aud
d s'itute as f oilows: In the North 1 i-vi-bri,
s.", . or all but 5,000 of the
entire poj u' ition of the F'ivisions; in the
Siuth. -'l; ., t)d i:r the West livis
ion. .",' of tlio-e unfortunates are leav
ing the city on every train. The rail
road; carry ail f:ee who desire to go.
Th? ch iiel.Cci n i l school h iu.-es are still
erow le i to repletion v. :th rei'ages iVoui
the burnt district", for whose care every
-:T-vrt is beinsr uiaile by efficient commit
t i s, rde-l by relief coujiuit'ecs from
tl e cities.
Chioaoo, Oct- 12.
There va3 no renewal of (ires last
night, and nothing occurred to disturb
the city. lien. Sheridan has complete
control, and confidence is fully restored.
The various committees are busy, and
now that relief is thoroughly organized
all the needy are being relieved. At a
meeting of the various committees from
other cities, held in this city last evening,
the following appeal was unanimously
"The relief committees appointed by
the different cities of the country, to
bring supplies and investigate the imme
diate necessities of the devastated of the
city ot Chicago, ocg leave to present
this appeal to the commercial men ami
caiiitali.-ts of the United States. After
a careful survey of a calamity un paral
lel in the history ot the world, with the
evidence before them of overwhelming
losses, mental trials, individual puffer
. i ...
irigs, anil pressing necessities never oe-f-re
experienced by any community,
pray their tellow citizens, and especially
those having business relations with the
city of Chicago, a city whose enterprise,
industry and inexhaustible energy have
conferred honor on the American people,
to sustain the business men tu this their
hour of trial. The calamity is great.
Ivet vour confidence abide with them
and extend to them a generous liberality
by compromise anil extensions when
needed and by the largest possible ad
vances in money; Fee that the hu.-iuess
propriety or the city te rcrtored, the
desolated districts rebuilt, and its great
Lieutenant liovernor Sheridan has is
ned the following order:
llEAUyKAKTEKS Mn.irAnv Div., Mo
C'lUCACJO, Oct. 12.
Ta TTi Iliinnr t1o M.-ivni" T'rpservn-
tion of the peace and good order of the
itv lmvijiir l.ceii estimated to me bv
your honor, 1 am happy to state that no
ca-e ot outbreak or disorder has ueen
reported; no authenticated attempt at
the people of the city are calm, quiet,
nd we 1 disposed. The forc3 at my
command is ample to maintain order,
should it be necessary to protect the
district deva.-tatcd by tire still. I would
puyge.-t to the citizens not to relax their
tr-i .-!. I'n!ti.. until llio Kniinildcrinir tires
of the hurried buildinrs arc entirely ex
1 II. $n km dan, Lt. Uen.
Chicaco, Oct. 1.1.
The dawn of each ."ueceeding day
brings brighter prospects for the smitten
city, and the feeling of hope and faith is
strengthened, and extended every hour.
Twenty-one of the twenty-four columns
of this morning's Tribune are filled with
advertisements of business tinns who
have already secured low locations, and
arc either now ready, or will be in a few
days, for bu.-iness. Stocks of new goods
are already on I he way here. IJuilders
are oveiwlnbncl with applications to
put up new buil lings for business pur
poses. One contractor hail last night
sixteen contracts lor substantial struct
ures to be erected at once.
The Tribune's comim ndal article says
there is still but little doing in produce
circles, but commissi n merchants and
grain dealers are hard at work preparing
m open out ai',nin probably by the tir.-t
of next wet k. Ma 113- are busy fitting up
office in the vicinity of the temporary
Hoard of Tra le rooms, ut Nos. 51 and '.','2
Canal street, heie the Hoard of Trade
will do business till the Chamberof Com
merce can be rebuilt. Sue grain is
moving out, and four charters were re
ported to-day It is expected that grain
will be moved out much more rapidly
towards Monday, as the bai.ks will be
able to make advances by that time.
So far none of the bank vaults have
been found at all i: jured. Those of the
Ftiion National, which were at lir.-t re
ported blown up, are in perfect condition
m far as the contents are concerned.
The safes of the Fidelity Safe deposit
Co. and T. 15. Hryati & Co., were found,
when opened, to have no heat in them,
and every dollar of the millions on de
posit there is safe. Charles A'llson took
out thirty thousand dollars in fresh clean
greenbacks. The company have estab
lished an office in the ruins, and invite
all to bring their money and other valu
ables there and depo.-it them tree of
charge until they can get better accom
modations. The agents of the Ktni Insurance
Company are now a ijusling and paying
their losses, which th"y say wi 1 not ex
ceed two and a half to three nulliens of
dollars. I 'ay, Allen & Co , wholesale
grocer, were t he frst recipients f ten
thousand dollar, they also received ten
thousand dollars from the I'liu-nix of
Hartford, whose claim agents are also
adjusting losses as rapidly as possible.
Win. Warm r, agent of the Liverpool
and (ilobe Companies, this morning re
ceived a cable dispatch from the e com
panies, directing him to proceed at once
with l he adjustments and payment of
every dollar of their losses as quickly as
it can be done. The losses cf these
companies aggregate about six millions
t-f dollars, 'lhe losses of the Co. ntuer
cial Insurance Co., Albany is about
$ 450.t KH).
J. 1. Jones, President cf the Atlan
tic Insurance Co. of New York, tele
graphed their agent here to issue ma
rine risks on any vessel loaded with
grain or produce for New York in poli
cies not to exceed fifty thousand dollar.
in any one vessel.
The following is a correct list of ele
vators burned : Munger !c Amour's, Ga
l 'tia, Illinois Central, A. Hiram Wheel
er's,. National, and Vincent, Nelst n &
Co.'s. The following are standing un
harmed: lliii oi Central, Flint & Thomp
son, and the two belonging to Munn &
Scott, the two owned by Armour & Co..
the nurliugton, the old Iowa and the Il
linois llivcr. The total amount of
grain destroyed in live elevators is over
one million six hundred thousand bu.-h
els. The amount in store in the remain
ing elevators is about five million bush
els. The Supervisors of this county met
to day and unanimously passed a resolu
tion to rebuild the Court House with the
various appendages as previously stated
in these dispatches. Fvcry dollar of
currency and funds in the vaults of the
bmks have been recovered. Thi
added to tie balances of New York
leaves them an amount of cash means
equal to 40 or 50 percent. It is confi
der.t'y believed that at least 50 percent,
of nil the insurance involved in the tire
will le promptly paid. This insures the
collection of at least 75 to SO per cent,
of their loans bv the banks.
Chicago October 14.
It commenced, raining here about six
o clock i u
Ui-i-izi.t-g - n.o.vji-i nave prevailed, ev
er was the ratn trora heaven more gra -ful.
The dust l'roai the unsprinkled
streets and the burnt district, like a fall
of sncw, has filled the air sin-re the Sre,
to the dreadful discomfort of everybody.
The atmosphere, too, has been so dry
hot that breathing was difficult, and the
parched lips and bloodshot eyes of every
one compelled to be out attested to the
furnace-like heat. Tli3 apprehensions
felt by the waterless inhabitants of the
unburnt portions of the city, in regard
to a further conflagration, have been
greatly allayed, too, by these timely
showers. The heavens are still over
cast, and it is to be hoped that we shall
have a still more abundant rain, and
that it may be widely extended.
There is still considerable excitement
over reports of reported incendiarism,
particularly in the West 1 'ivision, and
arrests continue to be made of persons
charged with this devilish crime. The
public mind is so sensitive upon this sub
ject, however, that the truth of all these
reports may well be doubted. That
there are fiends who would not hesitate
to apply the torch to what is left of this
devoted city, is probably true, but the
strong patrol which guards every street
and alley, and the consequent certa:nty
of detection and almost equal certainty
of a most summary punishment, would
seem to be sufficient to deter even the
most reckless and desperate from sueh
The Tribune, this morning says there
can be no doubt as to the only proper
course to pursue with incendiaries caught
in the act, ami that the fate of such
miscreants should be certain and surj.
Nashville, October 14.
The Union Iteform Association of this
city, composed of citizens irrespective of
party, combined for promoting the great
common interests and obliteration of
sectionalism from national politics, held
a public meeting this evening. Speeches
were made by ex-Confederate and Fede
ral soldiers, fraternal in feeling ami na
tional in spirit. One of the speakers,
an ex-Confederate soldier, who served
with Forest through the war, said he had
faith which no words could ex press, in
the sublime significance of the mission
and destiny of the American Union, eu
logize I the national Hag as th? emblem
of liberty, of men of all nationalities,
and said the south must show to the
honest masses of the north by eloquent
action, rather than by fair promises, that
our attachment to the government was
sincere. Hon. A. S. Clyer, an ex-Con-fedeiate
Congrct-snjan, and hitherto an
active Democrat, took ground against the
nomination of a Democratic ticket for
President next year; said it as a duty
the Democratic party owed to the south
and the preservation of constitutional
Detroit, Oct. 14.
The news which hss been received to
day cotirms the previous reports as to
the wide-spread desolation inflicted by
fire in various parts of the State. From
Fort Huron to I'oint Aux llorgu-s the
shore is almost desolated; the inhabitants
were burned out and obliged to flee for
their lives, saving nothing in particular.
The Manistee and Holland conflagrations
also give a more disastrous a pect than
first reports. All the energies of the
people of this city are now directed to
aiding sufferers in our own State, and
contributions of money, provisonsand
clothing are being made. The Detroit
Free Press Company sent to the com
iii ttee their check for five hundred dol
lars, and the employees of thj same
office contributed nearly one hundred
dollars Messrs. Senator Chandler and
K. I. Ward each contribu'ed one thou
sand dollars. The employee of the
Tribune gave over one hundred dollars.
The Cen nil llelief Committee sent a
special agent to Manistee with five thou
sand dollars worth of supplies and $15,
(MH) in cash; also an agent to Lake Huron
with clothing and supplies. The com
mittee has established a central depot
fr tin' reception of clothing, provi.-ions,
&c. Liberal contributions will be taken
up in all the churches to-morrow in aid
of the Michigan sufferers In most of
the cities in the State rel'ef committees
have been affirmed, and the good work
is being pushed with energy. An im
mense sum of ready money must be
raised to enable the destitute farmers
anl others to rebuild and purchase ncc
f ssary tools and stock.
Chicago, October 1 f.
A furious gale prevailed here last
night but subdued before morning. It
caused much alarm to the citizens, and
especially to those residing in the vicinity
of the late fire. Fire brands were
blown in every direction, skeleton wal's
were prostrated and much alarm pre
vailed, people rushing from their dwell
ings into the streets in many instances,
feaiful that their houses would be pros
trated and they buried beneath the ruins.
The excitement an 1 alarm was scarcely
less than on the night of the great dis
aster. Fortunately it had rained for
21 hours prev'ous ti this, and pre
vented any conflagration as the result
of the tornado.
At the churches to-day a marked re
ligious feeling p evaded, the theme of
a'l the preachers being the great calamity-
At a meeting of the officers of the Na
tiinal Hanks this evening the resolution
passed a day or two since to pay deposi
tors and others in installments of fifteen
por cent, was rescinded, and another
resolution was unanimously adopted to
resume business in full, commencing at
10 a. m , Tuesday, morning, the 17th
in st. W. 11. Ilurlburt, I 'omptroller of
Currency, announces that he has exam
ined personally the condition of the Na
tional Hanks of Chicago and pronounces
them solvent and ready and willing to
meet all engagements on demand.
Chicago, October 1G.
There has been a wonderful activity
in the South Division, burnt district, to
day. Thousands of men have been at
work clearing away the debris remain
ing, puting up temporary buildings, &.o
Kvery laboring mm who is willing to
work can find plenty to d at liberal
The action of the banks, ye-terday, iu
resolving to open for business to mor
row, and pay at once if called for, every
dollar due their depositors, and the
promptness of Insurance companies in
settling tl c r losses, has inspired renew
ed cnntHcrc-J-f mong cur business men.
All looks we 1 for n bright future.
The number of dead bodies brought
to the morgue up to to-night is 107.
Many who were reported lost arc alive
and well. Among these arc Col. Stone
and his wife, and Miss Dc Ptigrom who
were stated positively lot.
The Rush Medical College, the buil
dings of which were distroyed, resumed
its course to-day in the city hospital, -and
lectures will be continued through the
winter as uual.
Tli 3 relief Commit ticos are now com
pletely ortranzed ami working systemat
ically, and the time for serious suffering
is believed to bo past. The generou
supplies of food and clothing received
from til parts of the country, are being
stored and put in charge of faithful and
competent distributurs who will see
that nothing is misapplied.
Chicago October 15.
A meeting of the officers of the Na
tional Hanks of Chicago was held at the
office f the Third Mational Hank, No.
4'M, Wabash Avenue, on Sunday even
ing, the 15th, at six o clock, for the pur
pose of conferring with Mr. Hurlbert,
Comptroller of Currency. .1. Irwin
Pcarce, President of the Third National,
was called to the chair Henry (Jreen
bauni of the lierman National, was
called for Secretary. A full exchange of
views touching the condition of the
Chicago Hanks, as effected by the great
fire, was had, and it was ascertained by
comparison of as.--.ets and resources
that all the Hanks were sound and should
resume business at once. The only do
lay a.-ked by any of the Hanks was a
sufficient time to convey the safes from
the rums to new places of business, and
arrange the books ami office furniture.
Chicago, October lfi.
The situation of affairs in Chicago are
not materially changed. The announce
ment of the banks to day to resume
business to-morrow and paying deposi
tors in full, has had a most beneficial
effect among business men. The attend
ance upon Change was quite large, but
transactions were limited. Wheat is
quoted nominal at $1.1S for cash : corn,
at 47c. ; sales of wheat at 'Jlc.; lardjj.
Ijoose freights firm. In live stock the
market is quiet. 1 logs are firm, rang
ing from $4.40 to $4.50. Later sales of
wheat are quoted at $1.17 for cash, $1.
l'.i in settlement. Sales of mesa pork at
New York, October 17
A Herald special from Gloucester,
Mass., states that there is great excite
ment there. A few days since the
schooner K. A. Horton was taken from
the harbor of L'uxboro. Nova Scotia, by
a party of men who are believed to have
been sent for that purpose from Glouces
ter, and that the vessel is now due at
that place. It is now said that a Hritish
gunboat is sent in search of the schooner
which arrived off Cape Anu yesterday,
with the intention of recapturing and
taking her back to Nova Scotia. A tele
graiu to the Charlestown Navy Yard re
sumed in the sending of a:i American
gunboat to Gloucester, which, after tak
ing several United States officials an I
officers of the schooner on board, started
last evening on a cruise to prevent the
tschooner from being molested by the
Hriti.-h vessel in American waters.
Several officials and citizens of Glouces
ter have gone to Huston to interview
President Grant upon the subject. The
affair ii believed to be one of great
London, October, lfi.
The subscriptions to the Chicago re
lief fund, received at the Mansion Uou?e
up to last night, amount to SI 1.00.
he committee of American residents
of London, also raising subscriptions,
for the immediate dispatch of the money
or gold contributed
At a meeting at Hrantford $10,000
were received; at Dublin ? .000; at
Wolverhampton and Glasgow, $10,000
Another railroad accident has occurcd
in Scotland. A dispatch from Hany
Hill, county of Jjouark, three miles from
Glasgow announces the wrecking of a
passenger train, by which two passen
gers were instantly killed atd fifteen
London. Oct. 17.
The subscription for the Chicago lle
lief Fund at Liverpool to-day was $o0,-
1 M tO.
Chicago October 17.
Thu resumption of buincs by the
city batiks to-day, both national and sav
ings institutions, was regarded with
great iritcrcsthy business men ar.d citi
zens generally. Soni2 npprrhen.-icns
were felt tint there might be a run upon
the bank by the de;-o?itors, and the
State Savings Institution had made
preparations for such a state id' affairs
by providing an extra number of tellers,
and having a force of policemen sta
tioned at the entrance to prevent a ruh.
These precautions appeared rather ludi
crous, when, instead of a frenzied crowd
eager to obtain funds, a solitary indi
vidual, most frequently a woman, would
wa'k quietly up and ask for from five to
twenty dollars, while quite frequently
the callers were seeking the receiving
instead of the paying tellers' desk. At
none of the various National Hanks was
there anything like a run, but, on the
contrary, in many instances, more money
was deposited than drawn out. The
Third National Hank, for instance, paid
out some $45,000, and received on de-po-it
The beneficial effects of the confidence
thus cxh bited in th; banks by the peo
ple, cann t. be ove -e t'mated, and in
spite of the miles of blackened and still
smoking ruins lying spread out be
fore them, the people to-night are feel
ing ahuo.-t jubilant.
The police to-day succeeded in arrest
ing Pietr, the Italian saloonkeeper, who
stabbed and killed a man a week ago
last night. The villain's wife was ar
rested soon after the deed was commit
ted, and held until yesterday, when,
there being no evidence of her complici
ty, she was rclca-ed, and being watched,
she went straight to her husband at
Austin, a few miles from the city, where
his arrest was effected, and the murderer
is now confined in jail.
Many contracts for rebuilding in the
burnt diitrict. South Side, have been
eigne 1 to-day, including an entire block
on the east side of CI irk, between Han
dolph and Ws' i igton streets, Draper
Hloek, and many other first-class build
ings. Chicago lrotlure Market.
Chicago, October 17.
There was a large attendance on
"Change to-day at the regular Hoard of
Trade rooms at 51 ar.d 53 South Canal
"fleet, and considerable bu.-iness was
done in the grain market which was
mostly confined, however, to settlements
Wheat Qulcf, with sales at $1
1 l'J seller November; nominal, $1 20
bil for common ; No. 2 cash 4oi(4oic
Oats Sacked sold at Z'.Vs on track for
Harlcj- Sold at 5oc
Pork Quiet at 1.1c for November and
La.d Quiet at 10j.
Whisky Salable at Mc.
Cattle Receipts 733; dull. Under
rnfavorab'c pattern ndvues feed ht
of Texans soli at 1 l(a 41 for cows and
steers ; good fat butchers' steers brought
$4 4 .
Hogs Receipts 7,157 ; active at a de
cline cf 10CI -15';; sales oi" rough to fair
lots at $4 12u 4 Z.j ; good to extra I
$4 30 4 r,0.
TUUKSDAY, OCTOBER 19, !S71.
Sheep Receipts 751 ; active demand
at 10CH-15 ; higher for best grades.
Washington, October 17.
The President has recognized Nillson
Vandquest as Vice Consul of Sweeden
an 1 Norway at Omaha.
The President has issued a proclama
tion suspending the writ of habeas cor
pus in the counties of Spartanburg,
Marion, Chester, Laurens, York, New
bury. Fairfiell Lancaster, and Chester
field, of South Carolina, in cases of per
sons arrested by the United States civil
or military authorities.
St. Louis, October 17.
Accounts from Northern Kansas say
that destructive fires have been raging
in Deer creek and Harrison creek valleys
extending to Jefferson county, Nebraska.
Several house, barns, and large quanti
ties of grsin, hay and other crops have
been destroyed. Many miles of fence
has been burned. Loss, $50,000.
The water is reported so low in the
upper Missis.-ppi that cows invade the
channel, and steamboat captains are hav
ing cow-cat hers put on their boats.
The Mont Ccuis tunnel having become
so positive a facr, the French are figur
ing on the cost and practicability of a
railroad from Paris to Pukin. The pro
ject includes the tunneling of the Halkan
mountains, building n bridge across the
Hellespont, and undermining the Hima
layas. The cost of the subterranean
work alone is estimated at about $45,
000,000. A man at Lawrenceburg, Pa., recently
put up a nice house, in which he insert
ed an imposing stone chimney. A few
mornings after the place was occupied
and a smart rain had fallen, he found a
large hide in his root and two wagon
loads of slacked lime on his hearthstone,
limestone being the material with which
he had innocently built.
Nevada is capable of supplying the
world with salt. It abounds in salt
springs, salt marches, salt mountains,
and great plains where the evaporation
of ages has left deposits of salt almost
illimitable of extent. For mining uur
poses, the salt of these deposits requires
only to be shoveled into sacks and trans
ported to the place of use. For table
ai.'d dairy purposes, it is not quite equal
to Kastern salt. It contains a slight per
cent, of impurity, which would have to
be removed by rc-evaporation or some
refining process to render it marketable
for domestic use. This may not be the
case with all the deposits of this charac
ter within the State, but applies to such
of them as have been worked. Within
fifty miles of Reno, and not more than
one mile from the railroad, are some of
the finest salt springs in the world. One
gallon of water will evaporate three
pounds of the bctt qua'ity of talt.
The new "f isting girl" of Preston,
England, has been ' interviewed" by
competent medical gent'emen, and is
described as "a well nourished woman of
thirty, who takes food like other people,
and thrives on it." Her family have
admitted the truth of this statement.
Thus ends anjthr miracle.
A boy in Nashua, New Hampshire,
who three years ago swallowed a tin
whistle, died recently, after presenting
all the symptoms of consumption.
We hear it intimated that several
"splicing bees" are about to be held.
That's right, boys ; eol j weather is com
ing on apace, and it's high time to quit
fooling with the calico, and settle down to
The Apache Indians have a white
captive, probably a negro minstrel with
the burnt cork washed off", who amuses
them so with comic songs and dances;
that they will not ransom hiai at any
price, and he dare not pretend to have a
cold, or be lame, for fear they will scalp
A clergyman passing a boy weepiug
bitterly, halted and asked, "What is the
matter, my little fellow?" The boy re
plied, "Hecause we could hardly get
enough to eat of anything, and now
what shall we do, lor there's another
one come?' "Hush thy mourning, and
wipe off those tears," said theclergy
min, "and remember that He never
sends mouths without he sends victuals
to put into them." "I know that,"
said the boy "but then He sends all the
mouths to our house and the victuals to
Mrs. Hamilton, a demented lady,
has appeared regularly once a month at
the Mayor's office in New York for the
last twen'y years to collect the rfiit of
the ground on which the City Hall stands
and which she iinmagines belongs to her
She called on Wednesday and threat
ened to go to the Ma3or with a club if
he did not leave the money for her.
To the assertion that Buddhism is
equal, if not superior to the religion of
Jesus, Wendell Phillips replied : "To all
this the answer is India. pat and pre
sent. The Asiatic civilization has fail
ed from no lack of intellectual vigor or
development. The force wanting was a
spiritual one. From Vonfucius to Cice
ro there is light enough, but no heart."
James Gordon Hennetf, the veteran
of the New York Ilerndl, has offered to
give 100,000 toward completing the
gieit Catholic cathedral on Fifth avenue,
New York. Hut St Piter, a Catholic
paper, replies to the offer by saying to
(he aged, bed-sick prop-rietor of the
fl- rahf, it would be better to abolish the
personal column in his paper than give
the money. "The new cathedral will
be finished without this man's money,
but his own soul can never be saved, if
he does not, while he is till spared, de
stroy that column of abomination, and
shed many a tear of sepentance for the
awful sin of having set it up."
A New York huH-thicf, confronted by
a boarder, said he was taking the armful
of clothes he bore to be cleaned. The
guileless boarder thereupon added his
own overcoat to the number, lie finds
they were e'eaned out.
."Josh Hillings." Henry Shaw "Jo.-h
Hillings'' was born at Lanesboro',
Heik.-hirc Co , Mass., where his father
owned four or five farms, of several
hundred acres, and was considered worth
$4 JO.Ooo at the time of his death. He
was odd to the last degree, and when he
was married drove with his intended
bride to New Lebanon, N. Y., where
they were married ly a ju. tica of the
Peace for one dollar. The Squire had
ten children, (four sous and six daugh
ters), of whom Josh, the second, fully
inherited his fathers oddity. The old
gentleman removed from Lancsbero' to
New York, because of the too near loca
tion of an iron furnace to his grounds.
Jo.-h is about fifty years cf age, tall,
round shou'dered, and with err indescri
bable couiio expression cn his face,
which he :ilway3 had. He is now srp-I'Cs-.:
I to be vonh s'::t i
Jlow t be Polite.
Do not try too hard to be polife.
Never overwhelm your friends by beg
ging them to make themselves at home,
or they will soon wish they were there.
Show by your actions raiher than your
words that you are glad to see them.
Have enough regard for yourself to
treat your greatest enemy with quiet
politeness. All petty slights are merely
meanless, and hut j'ounself more than
any rue else.
Do not talk about yourself or your
family to the exclusion of other topics.
What if you are clever, and a little more
so than other people, it may not be that
other folks will tnink so, whatever they
ought to do.
It may be interesting to you to talk
over your ailments, but very tiresome
for others to listen to.
Make people think you consider them
clever and agreeable, and they will be
pretty apt to have a pleasant impression
Treat people just a3 you would like to
have them treat you.
It is much easier to lose the good
opinion of the people than to regain it:
and when anyone does not care for the
good opinion of others, he or she is not
worthy of respect.
Do not excuse your house, furniture,
or the table you set before your quests.
It is fair to suppose their visits are to
you, not to your surroundings.
The whole machinery of social inter
course is very delicate and intricate, and
it is our business to keep all places of
possible friction well supplied with the
oil of politeness. Gcrmanlown Ttle-graph.
Nothing that is not a real crime makes
a man appear so eouteinptible and little
in the eyes of the world as inconstancy.
The "proud cathartic State" is what
her loving sons call the Commonwealth
of Kansas. It all comes from the culti
vation of castor beans.
Throw a bouquet and a card of thanks
to serenaders when you can't invite
them in. If 30U haven't a card throw
the water pitcher or a bootjack.
A patent wood and iron coffin is ad
vertised in Sandusky as being "very de
sirable." New Jersey papers announce the ar
rival of the "right time in the year to
buy grave stones."
An old Wisconsincr celebrated his seventy-eighth
birthday by ploughing nearly
two acres of ground.
A gentleman passing through a pota-toe-ficld
observed an Irishman planting
potatoes. He inquired what kind he
liad there. "Raw to be sure," replied
the son of Krin ; "if they were boiled
ones they wouldn't grow."
A physician seeing an old toper about
to drink a glass of brandy, said, "Don't
drink that filthy stuff ; brandy is the
worst enemy you have." "1 know
that," replied the toper, "but you know
we are commanded by Scripture to love
General John a Dix is now a govern
ment pensioner at eight dollars a month.
He served as second lieutenant of United
States Infantry (regulars) in the war of
1812. Ex-Collector Redficld, now a
resident of the western part of the
State, was a private in the same war,
and was put on the pension roll last
winter, at the same time and at the
same figure with General Dix.
The cx-Kmpress Eugenie is said to be
in the habit of assuring her acquaint
ances, very confidentially, that she al
ways loved Louis Napoleon even be
fore she married him but that since
their full from power, his resignation to
misfortune, and his patience in the midst
of adversity have raised her affections
to the point where worship is supposed
The silver statue of Napoleon Iv
which disappeared from the Tuilleries,
and which half a dozen had been ac
cused of stealing, has been found. It
was in an underground passage of the
old Louvre, with other objects of art,
and has been dug up in perfect condition.
The well known group, representing the
Prince Imperial playing with Nero a
favorite dog has also been discovered
in a similar spot.
No other boy k no xs how to appreci
ate a holiday as the farm-boy docs; and
his best ones are of a peculiar kind. Go
ing fishing of course one sort. The ex
citement of rigging up the tackle, dig
ging the bait, and the anticipation of
great luck; these arc pure pleasures, en
joyed because they are rare. Hoys who
can go fishing at any time care but little
for it. Trampling all day through brush
and briar, fighting flies and mu-quitoes,
and branches that tangle the line, and
snags that break the hook, and returning
home late and hungry, with wet feet and
a string of speckled trout on a willow
twig, and have the family crowd out at
the kitchen door to look at 'em, and say
"Pretty well done for you, bub, did you
catch that big one yourself?" This i
also pure happiness, the like of which
the bry will never have again; not if he
comes to be a selectman and deacon; and
to "keep store."
An exchange says one of its composit
ors set up ft, 500 cms in five hours.
That's nothing; we used to have one
that could beat that by a few cms, I 3'
"setting up all night, and 'go home with
the gals in the morning.' " He's quit
doing so now, though.
"A. part of the house in which Ste
phen A. Douglas taught school, at Win
chester, Scott Co. Illinois, is still stand
ing, aud is now used as a blacksmith
J. R. Unrr ami Thumn Urown vs Thomns
How. Belorti Win. A. J.inch. Justice of the
I'caeo. iu and for Cas County, Xcbrnska.
I he Jcfernl.iut u'mve n.imo-1 will take notice
that on tuc day of Sjcpteui'irr. 1S71.
Fuel plaintiff i-oiiiraence'l an iietiin as.iit tt d
cn.lanl in .aiil enurt to recover the sum of 319
on :w.-count of ferviees reidereJ Ly plaintiff for
defendant t hi ri(;ii-.-t. llint on J be 2-1 day of
Se!t:-!-..!er.lS7l. y.iiil plaintiff caused to be is
sued by said court an order of attachment, and
lid cauo lhe lullowinp properly of the defen
dants tc be iittncbc.'l. to-wit : About Fix acre
of corn, situated in O ret-nweo.l Prccrct. in paid
county, on the hotnoiead rd 1 ho, brown, tor
the purpose of havine the same sold to f.itijfy
paid indebtedness and col: that taid cause has
bet-n adjourned until the 11th i'iiyol November
1S71. at 1 o'clock p. in. at hieh time sid defen
dant i required tn appear or judKement for
Sli and costs of aeiiou will be rt-nderM mrninst
him. J P.. uAKK.
octS3 'illO.-!. BKOVYN.
Cisterns Built and Pock Work
'T'HK undersigned ir pre;-,..l f t a Jceon tracts i
- lor buildmi? Ci.-itri!S audi umi.Line all nj-csfa.-y
material, ai.-o to do any and all kind;! ol
Ksck work by contract, and I'uruirh all mater
ia! lor same.
I have a few aeres-of choice i t n.l f rr?i enc
Notice of Chattlc Mortgage
Notice is hereby (riven that the undersigned
will veil by virtue of three Chattel .Mortitwpes.
(witlin power of Sale therein, pive.i in each of
said 3!rtiiECs) each dated lhe 12th day of
June, 171, and each recorded in H"ok . of
Chuttle Mo; 0(ee Kecord. in the Clerk's, ollice
of Cass County, and .State of Nebraska, on the
12th day rf lune. 1S71 . at ft o'clock, p. in., one
of the s.aid M'M t.t.iso executed and delivered
by Nick Kagle. Alurtsacrur. to J. II. lluttery,
MorWrastce. to sieeurr; t'm payment of a protn.s
'ory note of that date. cIIm . for the -jiii of
JlULo'.!, and in eret. and due 3' days ul'ler dte.
on which noto there w now due tha rum of
$liV!.y.i, and said Murtirace is recorded on pato
.'4. of said Hook L. lno of the cald Mortimer
was axecuted and delivered by the said Nick
Knitlo. MortRagor, to Poter SUandcr. Mortgagee
to secure the payment of a promissory note of
that date, calling for the sum of 572 OH, and in
terest, and due ;il dajs alter date, anil said
MortcaKC is recorded on pa ire 22ii of sis id Look
I. and o i which there is now duel ho sum of
874.40. and one of uaid Mortgages was executed
and dcliv ered by the said Nick Knplc, Mortal
(ror. to Wui, K. Donelan. Mortgagee, to secure,
the payment of a promissory note of that date,
calling for the su m of tl 32.no. with 10 percent,
interest from date, and said Murtk'aire is record
ed on pite 227 ot said llook D. on which note
and Mortgage thero is now due the sum of $137
Ml. '1 he whole amount now due on said notes
and Chattle Mortgages, to the date ol thi No
tice, is the sum of d!.!.3.7(i, and uu part of the
same has been paid.
'I he description of the personal property so
Mortgaged, and that is contained in each of the
said Chattle Mortgages, is as follows, to-wil:
The said Nick Knglc's undivided half inter
est in the lease on the K --f lot 11. in Ulock
:'J. as designated on the recorded plat of the
City of Hattsiiiouth. Cass County. Nebraska,
and also all of h 8 undevidod half of all the
buildings and improvement that nre ontho
said K of said lot 11. in block :W, together
with the appertenanees, and all his estate title
and interest in said property.
Then-fore, Noti;:o is hereby given, that the
undersigned Mortgagers in said Mortgages,
will, by virtue of the afore Mentioned Mortga
B-8, anil by virtue of the power of Sale, in each
of said Mortgages, cf ntaineil, nt two o'clock,
p. m., on the Sth day of November, A. I. 1 ST 1 .
at the front door of lhe Court House, in thesaid
City of 1'liitts nimth, Ciss. County. Nebraska,
offer for Sale, at public auction, the above de
scribed Chattel or personal property, to tho
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy the afore
mentioned notes, and costs and expenses of
making said Sale.
Dated October lth. 1C1.
.T. II. liUTTKRY. 1
PKTKK STANKKR. Mortgagees.
WM.K. DONKLKXN. j
By Willitt Pottenger, their Attorney.
October 1!, w3.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existing between
J. II. llogan and Harvey Hogar. under the title
of J. II. llogan & Co., is hereby dissolved by
J. II. HOO AN.
Sept. lrt, 1ST1. Out. 1 S, w.T
Plows ! Plows! Plows! Plows
Wayiuaii & Curtis.
Takes pleasure in announcing to the
ublic that they have secured the scrvi
s of that l'ionccr l'low Manufacturer.
Who is now engaged in their shop manufaetur
ing a better article, at lower prices, than can be
had from any cai- tern mauufactury. One great
advantage gained by patronizing this firm is
that you not only get a better article at home
prices, but you are patronizing IluMK JIAM
i'ACTUKK, where every "olhr of the money
remains in tho Stat a. ivy rchl4dJLwtf.
Tootle, Hanna & Clark,
Qold and Silver Coin,
WJ.H. anal oilier Stovkw.
Piafts drawn on ail parts of tho TTn:ted Sta
and Europe. Deposits received, and special at
tcntion given to collections.
TWO HOURS TIIE QUICKEST!
9! Miles The Shortest Lire
hicasro to New York, via Pittsburgh, rort
Wayne tt Chicago Pennsylvania Cen
This is tho only Route running three Daily
lilies of through Dny anil $tei jinu 1'nace Otru
Krotn Chicago to
W ITU U.T CHAN K
With but one change to Ilaltimore. Hartford.
New Haven. Providence, r'pringtield, Worces
ter aud lio.-ton !
For Sale at the offices of connecting lines in the
West and at all offices of the Kurt Wayne and
PennsylvanlaCentral Houte in Chicago.
THOi. L. KIMltALUOen.
Western Passenger Agent, Perm's Central It. R.
W. C. CLKLAND.
P Vt. W. iC.R.R,
GREAH CENTRAL ROUTE
Via Niagara Falls. Speed, Comfort 3c Safety
PULLMAN'S MACM1HCENT CARS
Fr m Chicago to New York, via Michigan
tral and II rent Western Railroads,
Four Express Trains leave Chicago daily via
this line for New York lioston. and all
intermediate points in the East.
FAST ATLANTIC EXPRESS
Leaves Chicago every afternoon, having attach
ed the celebrated Hotel Car from Chicago to
Rochester, aud a magnificent Pullman Pajacc
Drawing Room Car lrom Chicago to New York
wit hout change.
W. O. AIi iH.Gcn'l Sup't Gt. Vcstcm R. R.
II. E. Sargent. Gen. Sup't M.C. R. R. Chicagf
Henry C. Wcntworth, tien'l Passenger Agt
Chicago. Hannibal & Saint Joseph R. R
Taking effect January !nii. 1S70.
No: 1 Day Exp. daily except Sunday. 7:20 p m
" 3 Pacific ex p. d.::ly except iimnday J- I a m
" o Night exp. i!:-!y except uionday 7:.-il a ru
' 7 Through frt. daily except uionday ;;4" a in
" J Through frt daily except monday 9:t." a m
" 1) Way fi t daily except sunday... 0;.V p m
" 15 Macon frt daily except suuday. 11::XJ a id
No. 2 Day exp daily except Fundpy fiitla m
" 4 Night exp daily except eundny... 4:JD p m
" Pacific exp daily except Sunday- 12: W a Hi
" S St Louis exp daily exceptsunday 2:'J0 p iu
"10 Way trt daily exceptsunday 7:i a m
"i Through frt daily except Sunday 1:"J." p in
"14 Through frt dailv except Saturday 7:Jf p ui
No. 4 wtl! ni t stop at Kax?n, Usburn. Kidder.
Gomcr, Aloorsvillc, Ulicu, Wheeling cr liad-
No. 6 witl not stop at Saxton. Erston. Osburn.
Ireckcntidgc, Mvurr!lle, Wheeling or Mead-
TlUe' T-C. BURNETT. Gon Agent.
LL'b I (ilLLEl i i:
Nebra ska City,
General Agent Dcp't North weft.
Union Central Life
01 Ciciir.r.Mi Ohio,
J. H. PRn?ON; Lc-Ortl Arc'
I ii JiAII.Y
PL ATTSMOUf H HER ALP
, is rtBi.inagw bt
II. D. HATHAWAY,
f!TOII AXD FBOPRIATOR.
iT-dTic coryr Main unj Secobd streeu m
nd story' . ,
lHMS : lilJiiC.P5..oi,r ran ii in', or $1.00
per montii..-' -- .
20 R SALE OR RENT.
The property btlongingfo I). Marquef t wifl
sold or rented on rcnooiiulde term. Xh homo,
eontainii i rooms. Tln-i" is also a largo cistcrr.
with flitter, a -r!rr, a itahje. aud other conven
iences. Apply i j T. M. MAKUL'ETT.
sepltf. ... - . :
ii. it. i.ivi.sto., iT i'
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-tenk-r bi
professional services to the citizens of C r..scoui
ty. Roiiiencesou'hc -.st corner of Oak and.ixih
Btrcets; ollice on M l street, one door . wet
ofl.fm.m't Lumber Yard PlatL-in-'u'u. Nth.
J. W. ItAVJ I.I.AS. lit. Y.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. late a Sur-
Jeon-ift-Chii-f of the Army of tho Potomac,
'IntNinonth,. Nebraska. Ollice at O. F. John-
son's DrugSt-t .Main street, jipposite Clark ft
Plunimcrs. Privu'n residence cornor of Rock nr.-
Hr. J. U'. , -tn o. ti ts,
Having permanently 1 .- '-ited nt Weeping Wal
ter Falls, tenders his profc-.-ionnl services to tl.o,
citiiens of Cjuss county, NcIni--lrsL IjuiiTVWC.
T iTS JIASMiURTT
ATTORNEY AT LAV.' nn I Solicitor in Ch.
ecrv. Agents for Railroud Lands Plattsmouth.
J. C. FOX. D. 11. WUEKLKR.
I'OX & WIIEFI.KIt,
ATTOBNEYS AT LAW. Special attention'
given to prohale business and land title cases'
(llice ii the Masonio liloek. Main Street,
... - . -
8. MiXWItl.I.. BAM. M. CHAPMAV
JMAXWi:!,!.. & C:iL AIM.i.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW and Solicitor
Chancery, Plattsmoutli, Nebrnt-ka. Office
Filsgcrald's Ulock. aprl.
EiTrc. pamieic; "
General Insurance agent, and Notary Public'
Lite. Fire mi l Marine Insurance, ut reason"",
aide rates in the most substantial Companies in
ih United States. Othce front room over Post
Ollice with T. M. Mauniclt. , .
PlatUmouth. Nebraska. April "th. div.
OKI). S. SMITH. , an.H. DIUPS
(ii-niTii & rm a i : it
AUoi-ieys at Law, and Uenefri! Collect ing Agen.s
Will pract ii-e in all coarts of I tm v?lu4u and ws-.
tern Iowa. Ulicc ovcrClark A; PiuuMiicr' storo
opposite the Lrooks House.
O. U.WHEELFR. L. H. I'.KN N K1 T
. II WHEEL.' It, CO.,
Real Estate and Tax Paying Agents. Noti'tin,
Public, Fire and Life Insurance Agtit., Plaits'
inoulb, Nebraska. it-:4tf
VT. I,. TUCllKK,
CARTENTKR AND JOINER, will dr. al
:k in his line on short notice and in the hes.
i. Contracts for building made on rca.-onii-
i jterii. Shop ono block south of Platte Viil
II ejou.se. julyilK
House and Sign Painter, Graining, paper
hanging ami xi iiamcntal Paying. 'riion
prpmptly filled. hop north ot Pri'-c's Plack
smith Shop. oi-7d.'!iii.
.T. E. Holland. Proprietor, corner of Main and
Third streets, Plattsmouth, Nebraska, Having
been refitted and newlv furnished otlcr lir.t-cla.-
accommodations. Board by the week -'
1m ooicsiro use"
JOHN FITZGERALD Proprietor
Main Street, Between 5th and Clh.
GENLR.AL iNSURNCE AG'T
- PL ATTS MOUTH. N K II AS Iv A.
Represents ome of the most reliable Comp ly
ies in ihe United States.
Office with Punic & Polloi-k in FitzgcraM
Block . jau7dJtwtt
The UndcrsigncJ has on hand and i-t'
All kinds of
COTTONWOOD LUMBER ! J
At his Mill nt the Ferry LanJfing at PlatUmoutK
Orders Promptly Filled.!
J. W. SHANNON'S
FEED, SALE AND
I am prepared to accommodate the public witli
Horses. Carriages. Puggies and a No. 1 Hear")
on short notice nnd reasonable terms-. A. Hack
will run toUhcsteainboatlaudiiig, and to all Part
ofthc city when desired.
January 1. 1S71 dJswtf.
CITY MIAT MARKETj-
MA IX STREET,
Plattsmouflt; - S'chraska
The best of Frcth Meat alwnyj on hand in
Highest Prise Paid for Fat Cattle?
Oct. 4 diwtf
KHTA ftLTdll KD IX 18(71:
SILVER AMI l'LA'IH WAKE,
GOLI PENS SPCiACLEi.
VIOLIN STRINGS ANU
FANCY OOIs. , .,.
Watche. Clocksaud Jewelry repa?M tlcatl
ind with dit-palch.
WF.e moved to opposite Tlalte Valley Houiia
M'Sir t. nor.lOwtf.
HAPPY Relief for Younj M n. from tho
ejects of Errors and Abus'.-j in early Iifj. V;.n-
hood re?toreU. Net vous debility cared. Im
pediment to M:irri;ige iffciuvo-l. New inetho t
of treatment . New and remarkable :-ri; -lj( ...
Hook3 aud CircuT-iM s-;:.t !:c:', i:i si i.l.d tijvil
i lr. HOWARD Ar-FOCIV TION: ."'. '
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