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OCieeeonicr Main and Second tre.se.
TERHS: Weekly. 52.00 per aomitt tf paid
ttUk) if not paid in advance.
IHK AJU HMir.Nr.
In ordor to settle the finest Ion of thrt
adjournment of the legislature, the
Oir.aha Jiet reproduces the following
concurrent resolution of adjournment,
which passed Loth Houses oh June 7th
1 iT 1 . ns shown by the official records ?
' Reunited, Dy the Senate, the Honse
'eiieiirrinjr. therein, that from and after
half past : o'clock p in, cf this flay,
the Lgi-Utture stntri adjourned to the
fecort ! Tuesday of January, le72, at 2
o'clocl:, p. nt."
"Ve lind ths following dispatch in tr.s
'regr.lar Associated Press Reports to the
On thx Herald of Saturday evening :
"TI'T cx-coiutttittec of the Uiiion Pa
cile f.aiIroad Company, al a meeting in
tfcl ciy to-liy, for tin? onM Jcn'tion of
donation iif etrtairi I'.hn county
bond :i'i J (h put grounds a? Omaha, on
th.j iir-t v of January, by that city,
ras-iiyci to make that p!:e;c l!ie aetu.i!
t jr:iiTi.us of the Union Pacific Kai'road."
An i th i f.!!orvii) in t!i:j -tue dis
patches to tho Cjui.i-II iiia.Ts Xunp-irell :
''Tito executive eo:niii:i:tei f.f the Un
ion V x.'Viv; iluilroud (Jo.iipar.y at !hir
mooting in this ciry to-ilay, in consi iera
lion of tin? rfu-a! of Onviha to Mirr- n
ler tho 'lomiian of crtain Donulas
founty boriJ-s nnl li-.'pot grounds at
)iuih:i, on tlie lirst J-jy of January, ly
th it city, refused to m;'.L? that place the
nctual tcriu;:iu. of the U.'iicn I'uciSc
Will soaishody p'ca.w c.-pLin without
V"hat h tiu ma'lcr of the IltrnH'!
It repeats week after week that the pco
pi arj I'cinj robhed; thtt f?oice of the
icvcnts ure d'viiin.s interest witlj Mc-'LVijt-li;
that the prison i::spectors are
in piHtner.diip with "the ''risen contract
ors, and ii;at the AyJun) FUCr'ntendcnt
lis iisir. l s p.itiou to fleeco thb k?tatc.
.N'i'v ?o a. L-ut tho L;is!atura.:n in-
vi..'fhja!e nx- ec-e if tliis l.? true ; and li"
trne no ot.c lit the Legislature can put
i rt,-.f to it. Vet the Ifcrald is Utterly
ippo.--d to a 5son. of the IjOgis!atfire.
It niuot he in favor of thid ttate of
t hilars whii-h it so l.ud'y condeusn..
I fas the Herald irot some of the
If nor, will f-otao one Le kind
enough to ted us wnal the matter is?
The S''':.'-..iri.j ij beginning to j,'ot it.i
.-..yei op-ined on the Dr. Mil'cr question
Look out for n ".-tuuner" in the Herald
in the way of an assertion that the
St:'lrcrtim 'm the "p-jid apologist and
defender" of ftU public ra.-ca!.
Ajcordln to di.-p!chcs cf b"..:t vreek,
Ajkertuan has tenigned his position of
Att--r-.y G;icral, and Hon. Geo. II.
YVji-iaM of Oregon. Las been appointed
in hi:; stoad. Of the h;ter, the Ottuu:
wa Co u iter says:
"JunKc Williams wa one of tlie Do
i iccr atio Territorial Judres of I uvr. and
L t-i held United fc'fate tJourt in Ottum
v.a, anil triil be recollected l y many of
our older -:tizn-'. At an ear!v day he
emigrated i'rom Keokuk to Oregon aou
din ctly tin reafter hoc :iuq the leader cf
bar of that Territory. wh?n the
it broke out he eschewed the Democra
cy r.r.d ;as a prominent loyalist and lle
pu't.I.can ouring the coitlhct, at the
fios f-f wliitJi he was triumpliant'y eleet
1 I'nitti State St-nator in the piaw of
N--'i, :'. If U not too much to s::y
t'lut t:o trr.r: . vrr made a rjpv.ialion
faster r brt -r in one fern: in f be Senate
tl.antr o.il. n't';:i :r.-,. lis wa una
liiu'C-u-tv r.?ii vciv: '.?!:'. Oiiad Lv ti.o
Ileptit,':; o;i tho IV.:.:uc S:.pc fjr a i
pi i b: ti.'ti'l (irr.r.'':. .'.-l;if:ot :; tho ii:- j
A -.-.rc'''- v. ::)' : . bwi: i v.u- ueee.-s.-aiy to j
vi" y'v- lountry over to ..!". t;
1:ro-.th Ibr tl.eir ri'hure, pro? Ity
.tVr.tinnn-hip. to m.,ko up Vhe'.JoiU i
I ith C.,t.S:u:.-n, n v selecUd ly I
I! lib Ct.stii:.-.5!!!, h"! seiccUJ ly
.i!iu:o:i -.j: t r.s having jut exactly
the p:-t!:li s of .;, t and triucation to
t r'-b".b'y . ry his country in that :m--itr--jTit
r.r.-l k'.ieate u:jty.
Iii.!.'o "kV;'i!.;:. i- i: the prirr.e of life,
possc-:-4.-s one i fti;e finest j i-1 : i-iai m;i:i!s
in the country, haic!egant yhy.pie. and
ii i r.-i-.e presence, most oxcnivbiry
hYL'ii. and inoproachable purity r.f niiv
? and public ciiaractor, vwbich will ail
cot iLine to make bis .'ipp.ointmcnt ex
cecdiiiiily honorable t ") tha ad.niuistration
and bmcfioial to the countiy at larg?."
The Tuflfcr Mntcli.
The indention of our present Iaeifer
ioatc! vas'irreat because it was so small,
an 1 it now turns out that the production
of this most useful, but at the tame time
nioxt dangerous lirework, was due to a
happy thought that rhishcd through the
l.ra:.i of Mr. Isaac Ilolden, who so terms
the idea in his evidence before tho pat
ent committee. Mr. Holder, had to lise
at tour in the morning to pursu? his
studies in the chemistry, and expr-i ieneed
the eravest ineonvonieneo iVom bis ti;di
ous oHorts to obtain a liht from Hint
and stv.-el. He was giving lectures at
ibis tine, tQ very laro cca'fn;y. lie
Kies cn to- say: Of course, I knev., as
o'her chemits diJ, the explosive materi
al .that was necessary to produce instant
aneous light; but it was verj-difficult to
ottrtin a iisht on wood by that explosive
m-tcrial, and the idea occurred to roe
to put under the explosive mixture, sul
phur. I did that, and published it in
ray Lst lecture, and showed it. Tiiar?
wfsa young man in the menu whose
fa"h?r was a chemist in London, and he
i; mediately wrote to his father about it,
And thortly afterwards Invifer Uiatchcs
wer issued, to tho world.' " I'dl Mill
The of how old a cirar should
bo before being sreoked i often a dis
puted nna. Cubans' like a grem cigir.
The workmen, who ought to know,
srnoke the cigars as they make them.
If you go to a certain cigar store in New
York, already quite celebrated lor "its
Cuban cigars made in the city, and buy
a cigar there, before handing it to you
the very courteous Cuban will, with
great deliberation, first apply the cigar
t his car. You ask, ''What is that
for?' '"To see, or rather to hear how
dry it i. A sreen cigar is soft and makc
no noic." 'How old ought a cigar to
le?" "In two or three weeks in this
climate a cigar is dry enough ionger
than that does not improve it?'
A lady had her dress trimmed with
"bugles7' before going te a halL Her
httlc daughter wanted to know if the
busies would blow when fhe danced.
Oh, no," said the mother," papa will
Ja tJ? -chtn he sti$ tbs kill!'1
Geneva, Decetuhcr T.
The Commission for the arbitration of
the Alabama Claims held a formal meet
ing to da The Count Zlopi, Italian
member of the Comtuission, wis chosen
President, and the lioard adjourned un
til Jane loth next.
Indon, Dec. l i 5 a. tn.
An oScia' UifpatcJi from oardiinrlnm
tinted 1 o'clock this morning, says the
Prince of Wales is less rc."tL's. There
is no increase of eshau-tinn, and he h:is
had sonic i-Iocp, and is ju':et. The
Princess Aloxaniria continues cell.
Prince .Lewis, of IIoss, lias arrived at
Archhi:-hci Mar.nir:g hr.s ordered
praj'ers in the C.itholic Churches fjr the
recovery ol tne runcu.
The illness tf the Prince creates anxiety
throughout tie land. The Mepublicans
and Puniocrats of Jjondon are ubout to
fend an addrtM of condoicuce to the
The following buiiutins wera issued to
t-ariringhaci The Prince sk-pt dar
ing the night. Some abatement . of
Nocn. '1 he Prince lias been tranquil
t:!i the morning. The gain of last night
The report that Parliament will be
convened in January is contradicted.
2 30 p. m. No further changes in the
Prince's condition are reported. Hopes
of his rc.ovL-ry are freely expressed, and
the public feeli? g is more confident.
10 a. ta. Ar cfiicial bulletin frotn
Sardrinuhatn announces tbut thi Prince
ol Wales has passed a quiet afternoon,
and ail sympiutu. itavc remained un
cLingcd rui'.y morning.
London, r-cember 15 G P. M. Th
latest from Satujngharj. o.'iO p. m.
The Prince has bucn tranquil. At S p.
in.: Tiie course cf the frcr eeniiJ'it'f
lavoratle. Ti:e Queen will return to
Windsor to morrow. This bulletin wa-rc-ecived
wi h gicat cheeiir.g wherever
posted up. A feeling of profound re
lied' prevails in all quarter?,
L?ndon, December l-". 5 a. m. La
lar dispatches from Sar Iriughamsay the
Princ? of Wal ts is decidedly better, and
takes his fo:d well. IIU strcr.qht is
greater, and there are strong hopes of
bis continued progress toward recovery.
The Q-iccn and Princess Ijiui.-ia yc-ter-day
visited th,-room of the; Prince, ho
The Times this rnorniutr contrcdicts
the report that the L'nirod States tover
mcut intends recalling e-henck as Min-ii-ter
N nrly ait the telegraphers wh.i recent
ly .'truck-have re-umed their duties.
The govcrniint intends suppre.-sinsr alt
outdoor dcTnonstratioti? at Londonderry,
arid ttoops have been despatched to that
place to suppress ail disorder that may
A now c. u.bl: atian is organizing hero
:o res-uc the Krie R .il way horn the- pre
vn;t direction. It i- prop;;sedu iriaug
urate energetic ma.i-ures ituai-jdiat-dy.
London, deccusler lo Tlie tViloiviog
bullet in 3 were isst:-?'.l to-d-iy :
Sard'. inghara, 8 r. v.'.. The Psinechrs
h id a quiet night. There are symptom"
of debility, hut his condition may be
considered mere favorable.
Xoon Tho Prince c irinnc :. in c
;nd u s.owly but stcau;!
the Pr:i...c i. so iir hir-cned that a in--fttjtre
h-i - Lc n sent to Pi lace?.? Victoria,
at Bci'lhi ccu'.tivmr.r.dir.cr tho unnuntts
:-ci;t !i-r U c ui; to ndrir.gham.
(Voir;; it s-n-ioa I. as F)vi-?s .-rodstcrd
r;:i!i '.'xtKiue litizai
Frl-' 1-rs f.r the Print's K.yr-
"7 ,n UlC a-cc' cf ftr:J-rs 110111
Lidv Charlotte Dourre-Jnc, wife cf
Marshal Pcu.ecine, died last nieht.
L'.r.dort, December lo.
Tho Trine? is- progressing so well that
its is propo.'-ed that Princes Arthur an I
Leopold f;:id Piivc's Iiiatiiee leave
oai:di-irigham for Wiu-.l-orCast'o to day.
Prince Alfred will soon foilov.-.
Lend an. Dee.
TI:2 Tixc to day in an editorial t:pon
American affairs its topic being Presi
dent (j runt's message and accompanying
doe'umcnts, fall copies of which have
been received by mail says it is struck
with astonishment at the exposition ol
unbounded faeiiitios for production in tl o
United States, and cxire5rs the be!i f
that as a general thing the f ropoitir.n
of the Treasury should be adopted. It
nevertheless hopes that Congress v.i'il re
ject Mr. Uoutweir? proposal for giving
subsidies io per.-ons employed sn bun.l
"!r roa steamsh.px l t.c iime.-approves I
Ol l.u preposition tor ineorporattutr the
tcle-iT-ph with the postwneedepartnu-nt,
in relation to t lie establi-hmetit of S.iv
mg i.mks, and lor modification of the
A special bulletin from Sandringham
s-yo the Prince of Wales has passed a
Blecg. the Prince's-groom, died to-day
from typhoi ferer contracted about the
same time of the Piir.oe.
New York, December 1G.
The Grand Jury f the Court of Gen
eral Ses-ions, yesterday found indietmo it
against Win. M. Tweed, IS. li. Conno'ly,
and it is sta'cJ, o'! ers eonnct d with
the Ring fraud-. The ivlictmer.t against
Tweed charge d him wi h felony. Rec
order Hackctt imuiediatly isucd a war
rant for his arrest, and abcut 5 o'cloek
hst evening fie Sher.ff found Tweed at
kis rooms at the Metropolitan Hotel, and
irreited hixa and left him in custody of
his deputies, no bail having been fixed
in the warrant. Thj warrant was an en
tire surpri-e lo Tweed and his friends,
none of whom suspected anything of the
sortwaon foot. Tweed will be arraigned
in the Court of General Sessions at 11
o'clock to-'lsy, and tho question of bail
will then be settled.
The i!!dicfm?r.t against Connolly
charges him with f ro-s misdemeanors in
office. It is understood that the prccccd
ines are based upon affidavits made by
Jchn II. Kcjser, who is reported to
have Icjo promised immunity in any
pro-ecutions that may be instituted on
the condition that he would bring defir
itc charges against the fcuspected patties.
Keyser is said to have come from South
Carolina, where he has been stavi-jj' for
ijhe becetitcf hU hcahh.
There was a large crowd at the Court
of General Sessions this morning, to wit
ness the trial of Tweed. Tweed appeared
at Pi o'clock, in charge of two Deputy
Sheriffs, and accompanied by John Gra
ham, ex-Judge Fuiler'on and David
Dudley Field as counsel. II appeared
nncouccrned, but immediately entered
into consultation " with his counsfd.
District Attorney Garvin announced his
readiness to proceed to trial. Graham
asked an extension of time to plead.
Garvin had no object ion in giving reasonable-
time, the prisoner, meantime, being
committed in the usual way. Time was
granted, and Tweed sent to the Too tubs
prison to await a hearing in his ev.S'j as
to whether br.il will le allowed.
Later. Judge Barnard has just grant
ed a writ of habeas corpus to bring
Tweed before htm immediately, on a
motion that bait be idlowi-J.
Thcvo was great excitement among
the politicians over the action of the
grand jury and the arrest o Tweed.
Judge Barnard, this afternoon, admitted
Tw.-d to bail in .5,000, which vv;is
promptly furtii-hcd. It is understood
that iuiienuents have been found again-t
twenty or more persons, among whrmi,
it is said, will be men not heretofore
publicly known, as Isaving been connect
ed with the city frauds and ballot-box
It is stated that two indi.tments have
been found a gain.-1 Thos. C Fields, and
one or rjore against other parties con
nected with too City 1'urk tunnngemcnt.
It is statcd.tliat trom
rom the eh tractor of
nt Tweed and Con -
thii indieswents agar
nohy the indictment ot Mayor Hall must
foilow. J he opinion of Judge Learned,
ot Albany, uenyiPtr tr. motion to vacate I
j.h? orderof ancst in the case of Twee i
ilMlu) iiJ '" iii'j Uill l iii.-i ill ci'ii: nil
ti poii which the order was issued must
i.e true, as the defenJcnt makes no affi
davit hiinc.clf- The opinion . is very
long, and refers at I.Murth lo Tweed's
connection with the frauds.
It is st it. d that Fisk ha paid Miss
Mansfield $'5,'JjO for the settlement of
her b cl : uit at.-inst him.
When Tweed appeared -at the Court
of Sessions io-d.iy he lonkej pale and
civs'T iHon-, and tried vainly to smii
plea5antly when a frien-1 grasped h;s
band. His face hml all the appearanee
of a man who was complcte'y scared,
and too ;dr of jtieasautness he tried to
assume m-ide bim iuok all the more
ha t'y. Politicians of ail classes dense
ly CiuT'ded tho court-room. As Tweed
entert,d, tii" adherents raised a cheer in
his favor, but the chwrs were soon
drowns! :-v thb hist? of ids opponents.
It his leaked oat that Jds. l. Swee
ney has been indicted for tel'uy ; that
proof ajain-t him are even stt?oer
than against Tweed.
An indictment' is said to have been
found aeainst one notorious fellow, who
voted CO:) repeaters at. the last election.
A well kno'-vn police judge has also
been indicted tor his connection with ballot-box
The grand jury expect to got through
with their Lhors o:j Tuesday next, when
suii j thirty or forty sealed indictments
are expected to make their a; j e.ir.ince.
The anxiety is verv great as to exj ec-tcel
djrcl.ipmetits, an:( a greater excitement
than any heretofore created, is expected
when the f.icts are all made known.
New York. D . 17.
A c.ib'o special says that ilng'i-h mer
chants, when the illness of the Piincc of
Wales was alarming, bought th? entire
?ff:k of biack dove. b!-aefc artificial
lowers, dry i;cods and j t oinatracnts io
Cheyenrif-. W. T., December i".
The trial of Frank Woolcor, reviver
of jintnic money.-y was continue ' until
Tue-d.iy, on hi.- appbeatiou for a c-h ing j
of ve.une. A sicord wa-rant for bis arte.-?
'.T.i - i-sr."d tiiis nfternoon.
Tin. L.'.L'i-i-.'ori ! i j inrn-'-d at 12 ;'eoek
Saturday night, fl-ivrior tlanii-beil has
rcii jmiuat'-d, J II. I lay ford, auditor,
and ,1. U'. I)nnr:!;on, treasurer, who
were unani'tiausiy cmiirmcd by the irtun
:d, t hu-i dij'O-ing of tli5 chargesof fraud
bvouiht aitii.in-1 them at the coaoocrie
ment ot' i lie sea-ion. The commit te. of
Investigation made no report Ail the
Governor' nominations were unanimous
Vv'ashington, December IS.
In the Senate several petitions were
referred, including one by Mr. Sumner,
of the negroes of Rhode Island, stating
that they are outraged and degraded,
and asking the passage of a suppjemeat
ary civil rights bill.
Mr. Cotikling o Ire red a resolution di
rectins the Retrenchment Committee to
investigate Scliurz's charges of fraud in
tne iNew iork Custom house. Ln-
sijeration postponed till the commit
te0 vvas ar,p0inted.
)!r. Anthony moved that Messrs
l;iekiuham, Pratt, Howe, Harlan,
Stewart, Root and Bayard hi appointed
the Retrenchment Committee.
Mr. Sumner asked why the Senators
who originally moved lbr investigation
were not on the committee, which gave
rise to debate, extending beyond the
morning hour, unfinished business being
postponed to reach a vote.
Washington, Dec. IS.
In ihe House a large number of bi!Ls
w?re introdueed, including the following:
To punish Bank, Insurance, State and
Government otficials for bribery and cor
By Mr. Wilson, of Ohio, to prevent
cruelty to animals in transit by rai'road.
By Mr. Stevenson, to prevent the ap
pointment of dishonest and incompetent
government officials, and making oiheers
appointing and members of Congress
recommending them responsible for their
The following were among the bills in
troduced and referred :
By Mr. Arthur A bid to abolish ex
port and bonded warehouses for tobacco
and snurf. and for the repeal of the spe
cial tax on manufacturers and dealers in
tobacco and cigars.
By Mr. Shanks A bill for the pre
liminary survey for a ship canal from
Southern Point, on Lake Michigan, lo
the Mississippi river, near the mouth
of the Ohio.
By Mr. Blair of Michigan A bill to
legalize polyamist maniages in Utnh
and to dismiss sll criminal proceedings in
Utah atrainst polygamists.
By Mr. Sutherland To authorize the
Caicago and Northwestern Railroad to
change the direction of their road in
By Mr. McCreary For the improre-
PLATTSMOUTII NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER '21 SS7L
ment of tho navigation of Des Moines
Py Mr TafFe A bill for the admission
of Utah as a State.
Tho House took up and fasscd Mr.
Cox's resolution directing the Committee
on Library to inquire into the whole sub
ject of international copy ight.
Mr. Cronger, from the Committee on
Commerce, reported ?i bi'l modifying
the steamboat act so as to allow boatson
t!io Mississippi and its tributaries to car
ry l."0 instead of Ho pounds of steam to
the square inch on standard boilers of
forty two inches in diameter smd on
plates of a quarter of jt iti'di in thick
Thursday next was asined to general
Kcliogc, of Conn., nskej len ve to of
fr a rrsrintion in -trnctifig the ConAnit
tcc of Wnystitid Means to r p'.rt n bill
ear'j in Jnnuniy next for the iiniuedinte
repeal of the in -ouie tax, and for the re
peal of other revnu't taxes-, exec pton-j
bipiors, cigars, tobaeco ami st.mipv
Mr. Jhivies a.-kt-d that the resolution
ha simply referred to the (Nunmittoe, as
it did not give fncon anytime; f.oc n
sidcr the matter, but insreLicl them to
rr-po:t a bill t!;:'.t '-K'A hunk
taxation and other taxc " rS'
Mr. Kehoirg nmdifie Nrd0.re 'oh po
as to repeal the incsc. catUe ty. ariJ
then moved to su-ne m busincx
Mr. Spear, cf Ga.,-rc fa-ai a Ijoorn,
which was acrreed to luy to W). '
Pending the vote, Mr. Butler, of
" Mass., introduced a bill dcv.U ring women
entitled to suffrage under the Fourteenth
I MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Special CewpftleSi io Jam.
Chicago Dec. 14, 2 P.M.
Gold closed at 100;.
Wiikat Firm No. 2 closed at $1191
cash; $121 for January.
Corn Steady nt 41 1 cadi and order;
sClier January, dig.
Oats Quiet at 31 J.
Rrr Firm at G3.
Barley Firm ; closing at C2.
Chicago, Pec. 13 2 p. 'in.
Gold closed at 1;0L
Flour Quiet, unchanged.
Wheat Weak; cash,! 19J: ia?t
half, $1 VI; January, $1 20j.
Corn Actire ; cash, 4uJ ; January,
Oats -Finn atSli.
Ryu Steady, at C2.
Chicago, December, 1C 2 p. in.
Gold closed at 109i.
Wheat Weak; cash. S.1 10l ; Janu
ary. $1 20f.
Corn Firm; cash, 41c; January,
Oats Firm, at ."2c.
Barley Steady, at CIS?.
Rye Dull, at C2h
Chicago, Dec. 18.
Wheat Weid;; cash, January,
" Corn Cnsh, 41; January 41.
Rye Steady. C:2),
BarLy Dull, o-:.
Chicagf, D.-.'-cmoer 39.
G..ld clo-ed at ICO
Wheat Weaker; c..-Ii $1 IS; Jan
uary. $1 19.
Corn Dull, 4-.ic
Oats Firm. ."lie.
Rye Firmer, C2c.
Barley Selling at Coe.
Pot k $13 4 3.
Ttie Saline S,nii eiitarmctl.
The U. S. Land Department Ot Wash
ington has cOTifomr.d the selection of
Sa'ine Lands by the State of Nebraska,
and r.ll who have purchased such lands
from the State may nov rest in peace.
This incln les all but the two salt w;d!s
of J. Sterling Morton fame, and six sec
tions to each well. These the Land
Office will not interfere with until the
suit now pending is settled- This is a
most important decision as the amount
of lands involved was very great.. Gov.
James as instructed by the Government,
has made a selection of twelve sections
to go with the two wells or basins in
con t ro ve r.-.y. Statesman.
From the Lincoln Jouru.-il, Dsc.lTlli.J
ATTL-ir i LI) VftHl'tllt; AT Til E
l ive Prisoner "ren! Tlirougli Itic
X'enitcnt inry tinte.
TJey nrc All Rc?ap( sired.
Ou Fiiuay evening five convicts at the
Penitentiary gathered at tho South gate
of the Prison yard .and at the precon
certed signal, the ringing of th;; 4 o'clock
bell, they rushed at tho gate with a pick
that they had concealed for the purpose,
and in a moment broke through the bul
wark of boards and ran a race for libety.
The warden and guards were on their
tracks in an in.-tant. Two of the five
ran across a cornfield and sruck into a
ravine south of the building, while the
other three took a south easterly direc
tion up the hill One of the three was
of African extraction and the most act
ive of the flying ciowel, but a chance shot
from the guards coming in close proxi
mity to his left car, he halted, threw up
his hands and succumbed. The other
four were pursued by the guards atid af
ter a most exciting and protracted foot
race were overtaken and brought Lack
to ruminate-over their bad luck in their
Much credit is due to Warden Camp
bell, the Deputy Warden, and the guards
who were so prompt to prevent this
-Three other convicts, when the gat
was broken, started cm a run for the
t reach.. The Deputy Warden, however,
was the swiftest on foot, and urrived
there in time to head them off. Then
they said they "were not trying to get
away, but thought there was a fight down
at the gate."
(ileal vigilance is enforced by Warden
CVuipllI, and the prisot "and surround
ings are kept in excellent order.
The ''Neglected Married Woman's
Society," passed a resolution inviting
respectable young taea to attend the
weekly icecti-if s.
OUR FILLMORE LElTER.
liEAVV SSOW AJfDSLEET STORM.
Mrrtfrnl Lives Lost on I lie RepablieMii
IIesperia, Fillmore Co., )
December 13. 1 ST 1 . f
Hditors Herald : For a few weeks
past we hare been regularly rejoiced on
aecount of the safe arrival of the MF.it
AI.n, at our humble domidl, on the
"barks of the Blue."
We have had one wedding here iu our
beautiful valley, and consequently ar.
having delightful weather, after the
4 cld snap," and the seemingly untimely
storms of snow, sit et and hail of last
month. If the joining of "forty coup
les" caused the recent old spell, we
move that an injunction he served cn
the "bonds of wedlock" in Cass county,
for what tcill the weather bo if a few
more couples are j . lined in said wedlock.
It. does seem as if a yours couple could
get married down in your city without
our having our potaffjcs and oher veg
etables all frozen solid. We are half in
clined to think the Herald is mistaken
in regard to wedlock and weather.
'Here, in ihi part of the State, we' have
Lad na wedlock experiences, i'ct we have
h-.d the mo t tcvere weather for a month
pa?:t, ever known ; so the oldest settlers
-ay. We charge the severity of the
weather to the old bachelors, who have
f.iiily inundated our county.- Talk
about "compulsory education." in a
community of old bachelors, who have
neither "chick nor child." Far better
to pas an act with a death penalty at
tached, compcling every bachelor to
build, marry t.nd support a wife, or
hang. Just think of it, four hundred
and fifty homesteaders in one county,
without a woman or a baby ! No wonder
we have premature cold weather' It's
enough to chill the blood in one's vein
to contemplate such a state of affairs
Now, friend Hathaway, because you
t.-ive passed the ' slippery paths of
youth," don't, find fault with the young
folks, and charge nil the cold weather
that wo have this winter to them, if a
few couples do happen to "pair off."
Out here we have been hoping anil pray
ing that a few couples would "go to
house-kecmng" just to moderate the
weather for the holidaj-s, when we in
tend to kill the fatted pig and have a
It is currently reported in this part of
the State that the Omaha Herald is to
be rqoved to southern Utah, to Cedar
Ci'y or Grafton, and "Brother Young"
admitted as associate editor, ami the
Doctor received as fual partner in the
Harem cf Young's. For our own paTt,
we do not credit the report, but adu:!'
that more wonderful things have hap
pened in the world. We rather pity the
old sinners, but they have made their
Permit us to correct Mr. Jarrei's state
merits in regard to th; depth , of the
snow "on a level, in Fillmore county."
In the month of November, 1ST I , just
six and one-half inches of snow, sleet,
hail and rain ft 11 in Filimoro county, by
aetual measuruuent The snow drifted
in the cuts along the B. x M. ahnostas
twbd as the earth itself. We have fa.l ;d
to see any drifts six feet deep. It is
true that we had a terrbl? storm f.r the
time cf the year, and it is also true fh.it
no pei.suu living may ever so-' such an
other storm in the month of Ncvtrmiicr,
in southern Nebraska. We di.-like to
have the climate of our State misreprc
stiited to the readers of tho Herald'
The news from the extreme south
western coun i 's of the State, is sad ia
decd. Several parties of buffalo huntcis
who left the icttlemtntseluring the warm
weather in October, were out in the
storm, and being totally unprepared for
such severe weather, many of theui
have perished. We have not been abis
to learn the exact number or the names
of any, positively. T!i3 number will
not probably exceed nineteen (19).
There has been a fearful amount of suf
fering among the hunters, and very re
cent settlers in the Republican valley,
the past month. Yet another such an
occurrence may never be known in the
history of our State.
Notwithstanding the cold weather,
emigrants continue to arrive in these
"diggings." It beats the "Dutch" how
the country is settling up. It is a query
in our mind where all the people come
from there appears to be so many this
year. We are fully convinced that they
come from some place, as they all ap
pear Jb be rt, intelligent, well-to do
people just tho kinl we like to see
here on the frontier. We are receiving
letters fioin parties in Pennsylvania in
quiring in regard to Nebraska. We
send them a copy of the Herald and
urge them to hurry up, if they wish to
get a farm this side of sun set. At IIes
peria we have a new commodious hotel,
three well filled stores, which are doing
a good paying bumess, a 11 icksinith
shop, Jl. & 31. depot bnilJings, "and
you know how it is yourself," "aim it," j
four dwellings in tlis town proper, and
nbout forty more in sight a well regu
lated po.'t-offico, soon to bo called Fair
mount (?) (f n a dea l level prairie) In
fact, we have a!' the modern improve
ments in Fillmore county except schools
and burying grounds. No one seems to
be public spirited enough to ctart either
of the above iusiitutionfi. Several abor-
tive efforts have been made for a school, i
and perhaps we will get one next year, i
It is six years since the first settlement j
.i . . , , , ,. , J
m this county, and no schools yet, which
, ' I
speaks volumes (?) for the energy, Intel-
Jigcnce and public spirit of our people
If 6onie move is not made soon to cdu
v.imj mu yuutiis pi our county, ct
. t .l . i- . . c
'which thtr.-e art to-'Jjy ceurly 400 vi-a !
shall b"! able to furnish candidates for
the jails, penitentiary and the gallows,
if not for the other positious in the gift
of the country and State. We blush
with shame for our county, on neeount
of her backwardness in this matter, and
hope that the time is near at. hand when
her tei will awake from this lethargy
and bestow Upon the youths of our
county, that boon of which they have
for so long time been robbed
Sinee writing the above we have been !
shown a loiter from the Republican val
ley, stating that many whom it was sup
posed had perished in the late storm0,
are safe and well. The number lost will
not exceed eight, in all.
ft r. w A li v a : st t i & e th e
J. Wai.muk. l'rofir!tor. R. H. McnLt A Co., tlrttfft.u ft
Gen. AgcnU, Sab Francisco, Cal., tul 34 CoiuuMrco trt. N. T
MILLIONS Hear Te:iu:onr to l.icif
Wonderful Curative K.IICct.
They are not a vile Fancy Oi-ink, Mmlcor Poor
Rum, WliisUc r I'roof Spirit nml Itcl'iino
I.lqnorn iloctoreHl, spiced ami sweetened to plensc tlio
lastc.oalied "TotilcV "ApiietizeTS," 1lestorprVtc.,
that lemt the tipileron toilniiikcnticvnnil ruin. lint nro
a true MedicincinnOc from ttie Native Itnots ntu! lferb?
cf California, free from nil Alcoholic ?liinu"
Istnl. Tlior r.rollicf-IJEAT lll.OOll 1'I KI
FlEItnml A I.I I T. filVlNC ri I Xt'I I'LE,
ft jiorfrct Renovator ami lnv ior.itor of tlie System,
earry'msoff all poirronotis matter ami resforini,' tliotulooil
lo a liealtliy condition. No person can take these Dit
ter rccordirR to directions mid remain long unwell,
ftovidcil their tones are not destroyed ly mineral
'iio!ior other ine.ir.i, and the vied orca:' -.vast,!
Ijeyoml the point of vepr.ir.
Thcr nro rt (Jcnilc I'nrtalivcrn v. rll r.n a
7ouir, !Kscssin;r, r.Iro. the eciilii,r merit of aelin
r. a p'uwetrnl r.tent in leliexiiiK ('iKt.tlmi or IiiUair.;
rnatio;! of the Liver, ntnl all the Viw-eral Orsans.
I'tlit FE.VIAI.E t O.IH'I.AINTS, inyomiKor
ol'l, m:irricd orni'iKle, nt the dawn of womanhood or at
Uin turn of life. UitseToiiic Bitlers have no equal.
For Inflammatory cm! C'lironic lieuinn
iIhiii end (lout, J)y !epi:i or I d u CM i 041,
Itillou. Krmittciit t-.nd I r.ierinll lent I'c
Ter, fHscnjir"! cl" llic lilood. Liter, Kiel
oers mid I5li:'llcr, these Eiillerx have lieen most
micccKsrul. Surl: Disrisos nrc canned hy V ii intrcl
lilood, which isReiicrylty pro.liiti d hy iVrani;enicnt
of the IH;rclivc Orsr.ai.
1YSI'KISIA till INDICF.STION. Hca-J-tche.
Tain hi the Shouhicrs. UoiijrhK, Tij-ljtnes of tho
Chest. Uizzine, Sr.ur Lnictatioiis .f the Stoinaeh.
IJad Taste in the Mouth. Ililinus AttacU-:. I'aiiiitntion ot
Ihe Ilenrt, Irflamniation of the l.unifv I'ain in the re
gions of the RiJuey. am! a hnmlrti! utlier pamfitl rmp
tum. nro ihs ofi.:riacii ef t.'j'pep-ir.
Thcr invigorate the FtouiaeU a:;d ii!ti!:ite the torpid
Liver anl JloneU. vruir'i runner tlicni of uiieiualle l
tfTieacy in cleansirg the blood of u i:.ipiirities. and im
?urtlns nc lifa enJ visor ta tho n liole usteln.
FOit SUIX illSEASiiS) Erupt 'or.. Tetter. Salt
Rheum, ntn-lics. Spft. riinulv. riiln'es, liuili-.Cor-
i (tir,el,-. Kir5-VVorm. Scald llc.1.1. Purs Hyes. Kryslpe-
Iteh-iKUIts, IJIscoI'.'IBlmlif. ..fill" Skip, lluh-orxand
imener of llio Shin, cf trhnt'-VT jiauie or nature. ar
iteraM duff up and cnrriinl ut of tlie syrtm in a short
time bjr the ue pt : fivse lilti.rH. One tKjttl- in mieh
ton wiii eonvHic tli ings? mcrtMt:iu3 ,f ihcir eura
Cleanse Ui Viilated EIooJ nlier.'Ter yu Tud it im
uritieii bursting tttroui:7i the sLiu in l'implcfl, Krup
tiomt or Sores; clcanaa it hen 3-0:1 Cud it obstructed
rul sl,!j;ih i:i tho veins : cl.-anc it when ft is fn!.
knd rour f?rios '"i.l t il you when. Keep the Mood
ouri-. anl ths health of the Kv-ttc.!! will foilow.
I'iu. Tope, anil otiier Worms, iurkin? In the
System of so many thou.at;'is. ar-j effectually dostrored
eml r'mnved. Says a ditiiiirnivhe-l pliyioln:p,
Ihere ik wrareelr an individuul ii'iou the face of the
earth whoso IkmIv is eS"mpt fenn ttie prfenee of
nrnu. It in not uiwmi the lienlrhy b'menti of lli.
body That worm-exit. but iitx'u Oii- i!iseiiK"d ltiimfM
atid 5limy.,leo-it' that breHl tlu-se livinff ninnsters uf
disease. No r..-m of MHlirine, no vermifuges, no
antliplm'ulios will frc: the feysttni from nvimi i:ke
J. WALK Kit, Troprietor. R.n. McTOXAt.D A- CO
Xr::g?ie!s and lieu. Arent. Snn Fnnrisi-o. Culifornia,
and JS and 31 Coiniiierce S'rect. New Vork.
te3S01.D UY ALL lKUt!GISTS AND l'EALERS.
SV3 S A T MARKET,
THE UXDbiSICXFD HAS 0PKNLD TITE
STAR MA RELET.
At his new stand On Main Street, between 4th
mid oth gouth side, -rhcre ho is ready
to serve all his old customers, and
ad tuuny new ones as may (rive
- him a call.
I keep on hand r.othiwe bat tut very
BEST OF MEATS
HIGHEST PRICKS PAID FOR
Contra;ts made tor furnish inr lares quan
tities of meat.
Call and see us.
A. O. II ATT.
CT( BEST IN THE WORLD. tT
tVDvjTHERS funEM V
S" f0R achiculas JpHU-
Hew York OSce, 27 BEEKMAN ST.
CITY fvSeAT MAKKtT,
P2ntt9i3iou1h; - IVtforasiSi.a.
The best cf Fresh Meats altrsra ou hahd il.
JUlguest iTISO i.lia tor &'Z rtattlO
... . A. ...
n;,!,a r.i, P,.n,i,i n vi-
T- John F. I'.ryan and Harriet A. Brrni.
r.on-ref'ulent teter.lnnt. will t ik notice thut
Pistrk-t ".! t-IJm ieml Hi-'rict. in nml for
v .-I couniy, "s". u..iiiisr you, tr.c oujocl
u u iiiiij Li k'i .in' u i " i, j , 11 1 1 1 v f Cl'll.'l
rest MS uj'on his title to the xouihwe-t quarter
el ftefion S. thiny-six t; t. in town. !), N..
ranee 12. in Cif courty, ehrajka. c.uned bv
reason of an error and mistake in n critRiu
deed, mide hv John ilrynti i.n.1 llatriet A.
It.yun. bis wite, to plnintitt'. on the 3nl day of
Juio, 1S.'iS. for t!;o tmn of tsw 1.11 1. 1 n which
dec-d Faift land tr r JcFi-nbeil nt lyhie in r:ii'g
l t.wlicn lit sane; rli-jnl I hive been r.-o;! VI ir.
Cus 1 maty, and which mi.akn John I', liryau
and Harriet A. Ilryan have tailed and relu ed
to cotTts t. I'l.ii.itiff n.-k that lii title to il
teal eJatc in-iy te nuietml tij.l eo-oirincd 'n
hiui Y'-ii are required to rrtswrr :!: t-iitiou
011 or before the loth Uuy .':i!i,mr , liTJ
Win. am Ai.Trrrn.
Py A'atwel' A Cbotn.-on. u. Attorney .
District Court d ss I'or.n'r. Nebr kk.
llora.-e ?.!uitroc, Plaimifl,
r.ien.ird il. .'i"er;inl M.i-iet!n JliPcr. h:a
wile: i'iii.k od .V Miilrr, . J.Mni oc..I 'ijii
II Mjxnn iilid Owr Mwr!i ,t Co., l-el'ei d
inl?. To t:ie above rnme.l wcrnrntnn's. nn re-i
deutu of tbc iState t Nebmskn r.u kard .v Mil
ler, J" J. Mouue, Joiiu Ii. .VI:i.ou and Ke-er
3J 01 ris A Co. :
Tako notic? that you hr.vc brtn J:uJ in this
court lor M:c jd'riios" of M'ltwcj u-idu eort i n
tlewis. cxreated b? the 'f iciisuitT nt Cioy e iuti
ty to Parknrd .v Miller, nnd n deed by them
ui'idp to ,'. J. Monroe, ard lo 'o set um Io llif
trut de it made to Jidin ll.Maxon.ns trustee lor
Ober Mor'is A- t'.i. lroi!i 11. l. Miiier Mini wile,
nd tor 1 tich 1'n rt her relief a miy be tiiiituhle.
The LmJ and premiiios decribo.l in all ol 9:1 id
neeJs is f.dlovvs: The souihciist J , of section
No. five in tnwnj-hip eleven, rar.pc '(. twelve,
east offith P. M.
You ore reqnirrj o aprer.r and defend, on
or bet'ore the loth day of January. IsTJ. or the
petition will be taken us true, and jud(ru:eiit
O. 15. cortrLa, PlaintiiTV All '7.
Dec. 4th. Is 1.
irderea the bovo notice to be puLli-Iied in
t'lo br.itka llkKALD four ecu. eutive week',
a;i'OTdinir to lair.
lec. l;i, 1ST1.
D. W M. KIXXOX
Clsrk of District Ceurt Cusa coua'.y , Nebra!ta
Dee. 14 w5
Shugai t Jk I.ininscr )
C. K. r'orgr J
Notice 1 ! hereby eiven that I will oflur for
mile at public- auction at the front d'or of the
t'ourt Ju.i;so in i'iattuiouth on ihe 3.1 dny et
January, ,. 1. it'l. t t.iio o'clock t. 14. nl
eid tiny, the following Kciil Mutate, situated
n f c City of Piuttsiuout'u, Cit.-s Co .Nebraska,
o w it :
The undivided One half (;i of Lot Xo Si.to:)
in iilcck No. 1 hir y-:-even i:-.7: and llieiinii
videii lino half of Lot No. Ten 10 in llloek
No Nine (f;; and tlie undivided t.fue half i.!ti ol
Lot No. Twelve tl2i in liloi-U No. Forty-fivc'-li)
t:ilc:i as the irncrtv ot C. K. Foriry, im 1111
Kxecu'ion in favor of sjliURart and l.inineei.
is.-ui d by the Cleik of tho ln-irict Couri woiitii
and lor Cass Co. Nebraska, and to nn; directed
as Sheritl" of .aid CouDty.
Given under my hand this."0lh day of Novem
ber A. i. l-7t J. vv. Johnson, sheriir.
Cds.s Co. Ni biaski.
Fox A Whp.ei.er, ritff's Attorutys.
Nov. 30 w o
Jacob L. Thillij). ltr:.inst William L. Wells
and Jennie K. Wills. Order of smIo
Notice is hereby iven that I will offer for
sale rt public miction at the front ctoor of the
Court House in I'l iitsniouth, Cass County, Ne
braska on the 27th day of December A. 1. lS.il
at tho hour of two o'clock r m of i-aid djy the
following Ial Estate, to wit :
Lot No. Nine'V'iu Pl"C-k No. Twenty ('y) in
the City of Pl.ttt.-roottth Cn? Co Nebrsca. to
be p-Id as the property of 'Vill'iim I.. Heils
ni.d Jennia It. Vell on an Order of Sal- in
favor ot Jacob L. i'lullip. i.-sued by the Dis
trict Court of the "Jd .lu iii ,.il District within
and lor Ciiss County Nebraska, and to me di
reeled lis hrriiV ol sai I Couuly.
tjiven liii -er my bund this day of Novem
ber A. D.1S71. J. W. Jetiifox. .Shcr:rt.
Mawcu & Ciiapm.i.v AttyV lor 1'lifl.
Nov 'Si w 5
C. W.Catn. rtaintiff vs. Kniery WiNr.n. Pe
fend'iit. Uefore V. II: ltolerton, n ins tee of
thel'eaee, in nnd i'orrsirny Cotin y. Neb,
To Emery Wilson:
You are hrt,'iy notified that .'' It h.. l.ren
commoni-ed i crain1 yeu bl'.,rc J il. lloiic.-.s"p
a Justi v nl the J'c'iee in srvi umw C- unty.
Ivy C. W. t'ai'i. for the utiit of .hi if '.wo d-i1-lars
and seventy eeTi :-;;; 7o. A 11 .r !e- ol At
ta' hieent was :-n'c.i at, mist yon ssmi .lit :-p
on ih- 1 !t:i d ; of N v en.bcr 1-7!. lor 1 tn- vie
said sum Si d jts-. Miir ni 1 li'.-ti t, - been
cni-tinued ur.td January Oth I-Til. i,t ten '.In
o'clock A. M. C. V. . C.UN.
Dec 6 1'w
FIFTF.EX VOLUMES FILLTD WITH
CHOICE PIANO MUilC.
SLinint: Lichts. A hoicccotIeot.ior, of D
beantilul S.ieret otiffs. I
llu.irlU and Home, !' iesid E-ie ec. t?
and weet ourelii. Three volumes of
f l easy S0115 by Wcjsfer. I'cr.sley. etc. TZ
' CioMcu Leaves. Volu-f.'s i. :i-id II.
DThe twi volumes contain all of Will S. C
Ha .'.-; ossr v
OP. i !ijs vJcui". A colleetior 0" brautl- ET
nl Ililhidsby Wiiilace, Thomas Keller, -
s t:; u
?NSTItUMETAL COLLLCTION'S. J
Fl-'aiiy Finders. Mokio Circle, nnd Q
- loitiit; Tiabi-t. Three i-HItltues t f very
easy Mu-ie for yunit Id- ers
I'earl Drops ami Miisicul Itperea lions.
Dance Musi;-. Two collections bf iiiouernto dif
ficulty. t lciisint Memories. A errJleet ion of beauti
ful pieces by yman. Jiaci. lresler. Me.
Gotden Chitnts. A ooilee ion of brilliant
parlor Music by tharles Kinki 1.
Itrilliant Gens A splendid co lectiod. br
Vilbre. Allard, Pacher K inkel. etc.
Price, il'rO per vo'unic. clee.in'.ly bound in
"loth with Ri.t idea : if iu pmin cloth: 1.7j
Address, J. It. FlTERS, C99 It ndway.
No -Y .rk.
We wonlJ also cull attention to Th j Opera at
Home, a collection of over 0110 tun mcd bvauii
ul opira songs, price in cljth and tfi t.
Trade price, SI-
Nor. gu d.Vw lino.
"Luxuries of lodern TaYe!.,,
In these days the taste of the Travel eg Pub
lie has become exceedingly fastidious. In order
toootuin their fHirimas'e. a Kailroed lino must
be aole to insure, Safety, Speed and comfortable
transportation. by possessing the necessary gual'
ficationsof a tirnt-elass equipment of coaches and
locomotives, a solid rond-bed and heavy iron
Pullman's i'sllace tSk-epintr cars. I'iiilm:in,
dininz cars, a direct route, good connections and
The Uurlini-'lou loute is making every effort to
possess ali these qalileations to a hiyh dcRree,
ind otters a route to all points cast, wc.-t, north
tf.nth. byHr.eaus ot its cjp nee! ions im follows:
At Omaha with the I'aci'ie re s.
'. At l'lattsmouth with the 11. A- M. It. P... la
3. At itnmburir. with :hcSf Joseph Ptailroad
for all points iu Kansas. A-p.
4. AtOttumwa. with the Dcs Mo ir.es Valley
and north Missouri rai:roiis.
5. At Uurlington with the JS.. C. R. & 11, K.
R-, for I.iven port. Muscatine, &c.
0. At Monmouth, witii thrt J'. It. I. ,fc Pt. L.
and Western L niou Railroads, tor St. Paul, and
points in the uorta. and for ct- LouU end poiritv
in the s itilh.
7. At Peoria, with the short line IMrriJrl'njr
ton route to luttianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville
and all poiuts south and east.
3. At Peoria, with the T., 1. & W. It. R., for
Loirrin-P'irt. Cojumbus. Ac.
lb At Men I'.itji. with nil the Illinois Central.
10. At CHICAGO, with ail Trunk lines lor the
No better novice can bo Riven then, thau to
TjvJ1 ho liurliiiKton Route." dtf.
Notice of Application for par
den. "VJolice is hereby given that applicition vri'l
! be made to the (jovtrnor ot tho Mule of
Nebraska, on the iibtn t iy ot December 1ST!
f.T th pard'.n ot Jubn vv. Uea-ily, convicted cf j
larceuyt at the term of the Uis.ri-t C'jurt. held j
at Piattsraoutn. Nebraska. -Noi eiDber. Inij!. nud !
sente'.ced to me feaiteutwry tor the term cf
i'iatUUuruUi 2 U lit iff, U
v-0.7r' f orai ?t.i nnJ e4u1 ie:. "
1 EH SI 5 : Paily JW.QO iff kr-i'i. v? ?t:'"
AISfiftBMCE frO 8.3.
! K , , . , .. , ..
j 'assC'l Stitl Approveil. 1'eC. Vt I l,.;
Ih-dlnanr-e ame-ndi At, )rdir,:.,c
cntHivd An Ordinance Iivtido.g Ker-
lie it Ord'iiifd l' tlie M-iyir and Com;--
cllmen nf the Cit'J cf Jf t'Hsnioiiii.
Sr.'. 1st. Th.it Ordinan.'e No s! v. etil lib d .A .1
Ordinance Providing Kevenne, por.tve l .lti;f
171. be nnd tho mtun is hereby atnemied
read as follow:
, Src. 2, Th-'t a ycirly s'ipc'.fjc foil t.'X if u
uV:!'' hjll be nstsi-d on every id lo l odli d
neilc eitu n Het-ecn iho tees of ti.rry-i im
and iiity ye.-rs.
Se-. 1. That rj.- person, firm, eomjuny or ir
poraiion. shall be cd'hwI i", pnseu;c. or
en"ry on nny tr;ide business, or profe':ot.
herenftcr uienl imicd. in the c ty cf Pia'tsinoie !i
until he or they shad Liteep-il i lirene tr. t
tnerttor in the in iar.cr hircin.'if cr r. vi,icd
kc. 4. That ii: y i et-'-a who sli .il ( im, i .
carry en anv tr:i!c. c-i!lit , it t-'i,f. -.-l..n. or n.i
nny m-i I erriuaftcr uiiiiti ned, ; r ti.o exu-ci-inif.
i-rrydi on t r dtii:; ot woiih a Iktn.-'
tX Id iilipo.-e i by law. w ill tit p. yn:i i,t t',!e,w t
ll required, shall, p.r every sn li elVi.sf. i i
f i les ui li il te to the inM.i 'iitol the Ins'. lo
f tibjtv! it a line or pi uii'ty A iet ly ;!i;;n t. .i
no"- tnere if ep one ! s i ' i - I il-l:u:.'i
Si:v .r. That cvely per. nti, linn. fotrr.!ltr ef
co i'or u eiu':vi'd iu nny I riil-. biisios rt
proTeFsitif. eh ltil !l H lieoii'e f ilil'C.cd i,y
liiw. f ll dl HI -ply to the Mcv.tr for u o:
v. h cli shsll be KMitdi'd f-t tlie term of aeo vi-if
upon p-.ytnetit i'-v; t reity iim-;u-r of t Ii -v
sum o money i s is hereinnftcr pror ded f ?
e:ie!i p nit in.tr rtliiiiv. busim..-s or prn:pssioi.
SkC. b't 'I he Jlnyir ni.rl iieik slia.i en h
eiimleii to a fee of let ? eenis for n.;'i li.'ei?-
sued in acc-r i inco with the proii ions i f '.hi
,S: r. 7. i Tint lloca tnr . 'if.".i li? re. 1 e .
ly isinijiesed OS "'diows, ,-i--ir;
1. Aii-tient-rs sJ ill pity fN"i to Vi dol'nr"
Kvory person ' all b it"-iol tin ntic! ioiiet r
whh'e i-iiiiineifs is la offer proper'y nt pitblics.do
to theh:shest eroe-t hid i- r.
2. Itrot. er. hn!l pay ten doll.irs.
3. Keeper of Kui-t.iur.iijU 5liP.ll p-.y flvs
4. RtMlEjtato Afents or Krokors hl! t if
5. Keeper of riiitclier'j stalU or boiHi fi
the :iie of mPit shall puy ten dolbirs,
l. K.eepei. of liilliarl Tildes or Ten lid
Alley, tor the tmr, ose of publi "iiiun iinu t.
shiill p:iy till -en dolbi'S for o-ieh biliiarJ tnbia
or ten pin alley kept.
7. l iveiy i-tu'do keepers shall par ten dol
lar S. Hotel keepers s!i:i!I p-i.v tep clnlin".
0. K-ich 1 i!.'ui-an"o Compmy doii.if b isin('-I3
fur the Insiiraiico oflileor property slnill p-y
10. Ka.-h nr.d every r.eron rairy;n(r ir
trunspor: intr. in vehictes. p'tipcrty or pc i' inr,
for hire : hail pny ns f. Hows : lor every c;.rt
Ur;iy. hack, or wipon ten dollar.-f lor t-ve.y om
nibus ten dollaii: and ii shall be the .iu'y t t tti!
priipri-'tor ol any dray, hack, cart, or wiiMn nn -mediately
e.f'ier txkiiiKout the license here fur.
to have the number ot the sai'J vehicle pine-, tl
11. v he!c3a!e or retail di-if.'gislf shell piy
11. Jienler ill dry goods, croceriei. tjbar-.vi
con.'ecl ionery oroliier iner Imndise, citi.ll p ir
ten doihsrs. (
1!. Luinoer dealer?, grain tnvrs. fcrnitt -o
deal 'r. s iildlo ..r h ioko ..c tiers, eltn.p r-i
and jewcb'rs shall pay ten dollars.'
II. i'.ankors sl -'O n " ty Ii e dollar.
1". HardtTaie dealers shall pav ten iioii.tr3.
hi Xrerv express c.ti.tny shall pay leij
17, Merry telegraph rcaipany shall pay t.-i
IS. ilvery aacr.t for the sale of tfc'"Pu'l
inii'lements sba'l jiay ten dollaes.
10. Dealerf in spirituous linuors shall fisytv.-iy
hundred dollars Kvery pi rt whoshMll ill or
otl'er fur sale foreiirn or loiiiestic spirit, wir t,
ale, beer, or other malt litiuors, shall bu deefueii,
ndealerin spirituous liipirs: nnd tt 'ry meti
dealer in spirit jous liiiuors stitill fde with th
city clerk his bond to the city in thi e u tit of or. "I
thousand dollars, with (rood nnd piir,iei,.nl secur
ity, to b approved by th? Mayor, enndi' ioiutr
that during t e ecntinimnct of bis li en- . ,iu
will not keep a tiiso derly h:m ;c. anl that I.J
will pot hII..T quiliblinn wish e-irds. dice, or
ther implellien' tir de ic-niilrni his bou-e .d'
btis inns', prutidi 'I. that in no c:nc shni! li'is
isse to a dea'er in spil'lluous Iisboi s uniil too
applicant theref, r sball h'e with the ci;y clcrlr
the pe'ition of at lo int ten ficehtlderi of i 'i,i
ciiy. "itfiied and atle-ted belin e ll justice of I H'u
peace or ot'i'-r co'j. potent officer, tetiti: IViM'i
that the applica- t lor the le-en io is a niae of
rvspeetuMe cliaructi r an l slutubr nr.d n rei
deut tf this '.i'y, and pr;ivit:s tl: it !i-epo ic.ly"
issue to him.
-ii. Kveiy p:r.on or persons w'io f'.n'il or i,
conduct t r Joaiiiifco lor train, wnbi'i the pmv
liir-its, any T'-entr-r. 'n-ils, faiav .'."h. 6r oil
ehow or exhibition; or exhiuit wnv show orna
vtce of any kind, rr Kiveauj rn isic.il cuti-r-taiument.
tliull piy from 11 ve to h,.y rbn!::rs. I lit!
amount between said limits, to b( tlxed by tho
mayor; roridrtl, that all M-ietttitie mid liierr
lecture an'l entertainments soell tie i ci'r,tf.,
ns well. also, as cuneorl and other tnfi."-ei ci;'.'
tertiiinuii'nts ki en esclisive'y by llie tt'liSi
of the ci'j-.
IT. i eiiulers shall piy fmui five to fifiy uol
lars, the u mount to b , de;" :i)iuc-l by the in .jor.
Kvery person who a mil s'l: i r ollei- any rfu. oV
orwaresor Sii-r articles fm snio. tmrter or r -ehanfre
nt uiy place in, upon, along or tln -i- -'y
the pa lie iri-els, alleys, oro l ur p--biia pb
shall op ' ec, i,e- a peitdier; pr c iUJ. tiu.i ''.
Section liiil not hnconFtnicted to :t XltJ- io any
pe-son or j er.-ops eoiuiiii.' int.. lii.i H liiiia .In;
j eountrr with tt:i'ns or i-th' vvi-e. ir.i.i proouei;
j tor market, or o any pi-r.-.n soiling anv vege
tables, oerries, oroitier pro,iu:ie ot their own
farm cr pr' nii-es,
.!-. s. A il ..rd.pr.ncpj oi- p:;rl': ,f r'.!iinc,-c,i
corllie-irc i;li ll.ir art r.r.i hereby tt-pe
ri.-'.ri'-. t i; f llie i.nieii.lio. n ' repeal oi f i-.
ordltiai.ee or pa Is ol ordi nance i f I it.s -;y y),..ll
in no u ny s tT t any r?yiil. et-iim. i.i r--- . ac
tion or liabd:iy whica may h:-ve iiecra il ' ii
my j'.n'Ei.H r.t. i ecvn aicn ir linn trd:i
inadc, bail orcntered t.pun, nt.der ppy provisi..e
of the urdin j.oci. or p.n ts ordira ,e !.( . by
icpcitPd or niiK,rid.j 1. And ml i'i,r-. p -;:! ,i-V
and firieitni'-s heretofore iucnrretl. .-hail bu
pr.'secuted :.s th t.jch Mj Piii'oilment or lepiid
b id been tiirpfp.
."ie". II. l.aeh .tml every lic"rso hcreif,-c
i-istted in rrcordnt.ee with the provisions of or
dinance No; 0. iiiproeed Auir. J T 'iedl ro-
maiii in full lor-c lor tht-tc-rta ofi-rie je-ir r!i
the '.ie'f liei-n--:
ce !. This act to t ike efT'-et from anl rd"u-r'
iis pu lit-ii:io a, prescribed by law.
Approve!. Li's. O'h. P.71.
M.'L WIITC. Meyor.
AUc t. It II a.vatta. City clerk.
CORNEH MAIN AND THIRD STS
DUKKD Si FALL AN" - - Propriclo:-:
JiiFt opened t tlie public, for both day aid
week bordcr. Tables set wiili tno best ijo
nini ket ntiords. Acconiod.itioriS sc on.! to oobi!
in tiro city, docltidiwtf
SIXTY FIVE 1st P3I2E MEDALS AWARDEO
Till OF! MAT
GRAND, SQUAKt: AN ft CPKIGIIt
i atto r it r ,
These Inst umenta have been before the I lib
lie tor nearly thicty years, and upon their ex
c;lli ece aj.irie nltilirloi an vnon rinr:t Pre
ctnifienclt. which pronoJnCts iuefu unecj-ialed
in Toiiv, Tuurh.
'irkm'inh!f nml Juruuilil.
JAll our i-'iiiare Piano have .dir New Im
jiroved Uvtrstiung .Scale .".nd ihe Aeraffe X e-
We tvou'd all Fpieial aUeptioo to onf
lute I'aienled Iioprove rent In Orsnid K ane
and Square Grinds fonnd irl nO other P ano.
which brinst too riimo tieurer pt-i feet ton than
hiiityet been nttaincd.
i'r'fi. P1A0 f'u'V Wo ?? or t'irr )if.tri
. Iltnstra :cd Cat loenes. arid price lists pronr tJ
ly furnished on applr-eiion t'
WSI. KI-A3K i CO.. Baltimoro. Md.
Or any of "ur reyu'ar c.tabli'-ed u;enc e.
Psbkivs' New St hcM Boe'ki
"The J-iobi? fjete)." ii pronoutie
ed t-e best w irh cf its c!at 4 for
the following reasons: "T) e 4
JViostc is all new and fresh: ev,-y
fiec.e is a Well known .Ho--io!(l
Melody -ie!i as. ,!lJivei
trein hotae," 'Write tn fi L iter' ( 1
''Li't'elirown liuich.' ft VV
cunt tiii i twice an mitaj' r'.-ns.i nt
cr-n te fi -.md io otrnr wiiiks
The tnuste iesclecto t fo:a ri -ly
T" four auihors, nnd are noi filed "IL"!
-fc-N nptritlv oHe S'lthur'a cotnj o. i- JL-if
ii 3. trir.f.j cents fai-u, er
f7..-'t per tiez- l! MUlpie ci fi'M
mailed to TVachers tor Ci r-ti -t .
f ' Ju icrat u;r iiie.uicnts iut inti j-
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