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PLAT 1 SMOUTH NES3AKSA.,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18. 1872.
Faul Hiil, Esq., arrived from Ronton
Aniidon closed his pork packing csfab
li.-hrucut to day, having cut something
ever cue hundred thousand pounds.
J. Newt. Hays has token in a "Co.'
ia thr publishing of the Tribune. Frank
II. I'arcel, formerly of this city, is the
The material for an iron bridge across
the Illue river near Crete is being ship
ped from this city over the B. & 31.
The wholesale charges of corruption
at Lincoln by the Statesman is causing
the North Platte papers to begin to
query if that is not a bad locality for the
We publish to-day, an article from
the Nebraska City Chronicle relative to
Hester's Green-house. The author is
pminent'y correct in saying that it is the
largest and most complete establishment
of the kir.d in the northwest.
The New Yoik Tribune of the 9th
?nt. contains a fu'l column editorial on
Ncb:a:ka, giving an utline history of
the development of the State, showing
i-ome cf our resources, and especially di
rects attention to the low priced lands
to be obtained here.
Charles A. Croney, editor of the Sew
ard Reporter was in the city yesterday,,
and called at the Herald Sanctum.
The Grand Duke Alexis has actually
"brought down" a wild buffalo.
There is Email pox all about us al
though it has not made its appearance
in our city yt. In view of the fact that
it might break out here any day, and in
view of the other fact that it is always
hr-nt to lock the stable before the horse is
fitol n, we advise our citizens to look
well to it that every person who has not
had the dread disease should be vacci
nated at onco.
A butcher in Nebraska City has been
sentenced to seventy days imprisonment
f.r Mealing a goose. That is what might
be called "cooking his goose" for lain.
The Statesman corrects our statement
that Mr. Cropsoy was chairman of the
roiumittee on election last winter, as now,
by saying that he was not a member of
the committee on elections last winter,
.and is not chairman of it now. Perhaps
tha Statesman is correct It matters
not the point we desired to make ia not
wcalened by tha correction, neither is
Mr. Cropscy placed in any more enviable
. light by it.
We are in receipt of the Salford
(Eng.) Times, which contains an nc
coant of an interesting meeting held in
the interests of the working men, at
which the subject of emigration to Ne
' lux-La was fully diicus3cd by Messrs.
Abingdon, Wilson and others, who re
tried in this country.
' Cannon, of Cass county, fold out to
the Saline lar.d Swindle yesterday. Lin
coln Correspondent Omaha Herald.
The man who wrote the above would
defame the character of hs own mother
in order to please his employer, and pan
ler to the appetite o". a vicious press.
lie wantonly attacks the character of a
man who is as much his superior in all
that goes to make the man as the truth
is Euperior to the darkness of a villain's
The idea that the democracy of this
country will furnirih ninety-nine per cent
of tha votes and uot have any eay ia tho
policy which shall govern the party pro
posed to be formed for tho defeat of
the Republican nominee for President,
certainly looks too thin to deceive any
uxia who haa sufficient intelligence to
The Omaha Herald learns that Tam
many has thrown Tweed, Connolly & Co.
overboard, and will now reorganize for a
giorijus future. The Herald makes one
rather important mistake. Tammany
did not throw these men overboard, but
the people, becoming tired cf so cxpen-f-ive
a luxury, have thrown Tammany,
Tweed, Connolly, and the whole crew,
overboard. Tammany is doomed, and
its arjo'ogits will sink with it.
The famous "Donan Letter" which
Horace Greeley was accused of writing,
and which the Omaha Republican
grabbed with such avidity a short time
einco, is now pronounced a base forgery.
A bill passed the State Senate last
week, and came up in the House, pro
viding for the sale of the U. S. Bonds
now hell by the State, and the purchase
of State warrants with the proceeds. We
understand State Treasurer Koenig op
posed an amendment to the bill which
provided that the State warrants should
be purchascd in tho market, at the low
cut figure possible. It muld make a
difference of about fifteen dollars on ev
ery hundred to the Stite. Whether
these warrants were purchased in the
market at eight3-Gve cents or at private
eolo at one hundred cents, and it might
make a corresponding difference to some
body's pocket. If we understand the
nature of the amendment proposed,
Treasurer Koonig is uot financiering to
the best interests of the Stale in oppos
Small pox has made its appearance in
Hon. J. T. Cannon, of this county,
dared to vote for tho passage of a bill
list week without'consulting the Omaha
Herald, and that journal intimates that
ho was Lought. Mr. Cannon is one of
the early settlers of Cass County, and it
is reserved for the Omaha Herald to dis-.ovr-rond
nroclaim that he waa scoan
dro!, 'because ho dared to vote for a bil
which it was opposed to. Are the peo
ple yet tired cf these indiscriminate
charges of honorable citizens belonging
to a 4Joa of thieves,' or are they willing
;c endorse it yet a little longer?
Kty bonds for ue in all the different
voiuir, for pale at the IIekai.D OraVe.
HaVs Amnesty bill, which excepts
from its provisions members of Congress
and officers of the 'army and navy who
joined the rebellion, was brought up in
the House on the 15th, and passed ly a
vote cf 170 to 31. Hon. John TafiTc, of
this State voted against it. It is the
same bill that passed the House at its
"THS SETTER CLASS.
The Omaha Herald says the better
class of Democrats in Ofoe county did
not vote for Dr. Larsh for Senator. That
is a pretty heavy lick at t'u Djnrr.Taay
of Otoe, for we take it that a large pro
portion of the party did vote fir him,
else he must have received a msjority of
the Republican vote?. The A cm-, the
organ of the Democracy of Otoe, j l liii'y
say? to the Herald that the Demoejacy
of Otoe know enough to man-.gc their
own affairs, without in re id re we on its
part. How are you, "better class ?"
SERIOIf At CIBF.VT.
Last evening as Dr. Schildknect was
coming into town, his horses became
frightened at something lying in the
road, near Fitzgerald's brick kilo, caus
ing them to spring suddenly forward,
when one of the brcait strap give way
and the Dr. was thrown to the ground
with great violence. . His cries scon
brought to his assistance cevcral persons
residing near the place of the accident,
and he was taken up and conveyed to
the residence of Mr. Newcomb, where
every assistance possible was rendered
him. A messenger was promptly des
patched for his partner, Dr. Butler, who
eoon arrived, but he did not deem it pru
dent to move him last evening. It is to
be hoped that the injuries may not prove
as serious as they seemed last evcuing,
and tl a' the Dr will be able to uc out
"S3T A nESt'BMCi3l.,
In consequence of. Dr. Larsh having
run a3 an independent candidate for the
State Senate, the Chronicle pronounces
him not a Republican, and says :
"With all his effrontery, wo cannot im
uiagine any circumstances under which
he would lay any claim to being a Re
Now, while we agree with the gerera
idea advanced by the Chronicle that, as
a Republican, Dr. Larsh had no right to
ruu against a party candidate, notwith
standing that candidate is said to have
been placed before the people by the ao
tion of only three or four members cf
the County Central Committc, and was
generally understood to be running on
the issue of war upon Dr. Larsh, yet we
cannot go to the extreme by saying that
under no circumstances cauld ha claim,
and with justice, to be a Republican. If
the Clironicle will refre.h its memory a
little it will call to mind a Senatorial elec
tion of only twelve months ago, when
several men, among them the editor of
the Chronicle, openly declared that they
would not bo bound by any party nomi
nation for even that most important poli
tical office, and that they supported aa
independent candidate for U. S. Senator,
and elected him as an independent can
didate. Could the Chronicle "imagine
any circumstances under which" Senator
Hitchcock and his supporters for that
position "would lay any claim to bclug
Republican." While we believed, that
as Republicans, Senator Hitchcock and
his supporters, including the editor of
the Chronicle were in the wrong, and as
we now behave that, as a Republican,
Dr. Larsh is inthe vrong, yet we can
not say that we think cither Senator
Hitchcock, the editor of the . Chronicle
or Dr. Larsh are entitled to be driven
without the pale of the party. Wiil not
tho Chronicle agree with up, or does it
really think it makes adifferenco "whose
ox is gored?"
TliE OHAIIA HEUAI.D,
The vilifier of every decent man in the
State, denounces every member of the
Legislature who votes contrary to its dic
taton, as a villain who haa sold his vote.
It has charged this in general term, and
has also named some of the best men in
the State, accusing them directly of "sel
ling their votes."
Now, in the name of common decency
we once more call upon that traducer of
private character to substantiate" these
charges if it can ; not by the bold and
audacious assertions t j which it is ac
customed, but by showing the facts.
And we will add, th-t the man who at
tempts to destroy the good name of his
neighbor, "with malicious intent, and re
fuses to do Mm justice by retracting his
blanderous statements when he fails in
finding the proof, is unworthy to be
called a man, and is far more dangerous
in community than the pi.k-poc-ket or
the midnight thief.
EI I.I. VE-
I a accordance with instructions from
Omaha, his acting Excellency has ve
toed the bill reconvening the Constitu
tional Convention. The Republican of
last Saturday called upon him to do so
for the reason that he would thereby
"gratify the wishes of a large majority
of the citizens of that sfxtion." Per
haps this is good enough reason for Gov.
James vetoing the bill, and he should in
corporate it in his veto message. It is
the niOit valid reason we have yet heard
urged against the bill. The course pur
sued by the Republican on this question
of resubmitting the constitution has de
veloped tho fact that tho arguments
used against the document as submitted
before are not the real objections it had
to it, as wc indicated at that time. Its
reasons lie deeperbut they may yet be
laid bare before the people.
Tho Wttkh colony ia Patagonia, is tho
inodeia Utopia. They have no lunatics,
no pauper? , no poor laws, no ring thieve?,
(how are you, Tammany ) ! Had they
but the teas of the Great United States
Tea jCo., 2G, 28 and 30. Vcsey street
New York, their happiness would be
complete. The teas are sold here at N.
Y. prices, by Guthman & Hubcrty.
Main street, Phttsruouth. d&wl
Ia reviewing the policy adopted by a
: certain clas cf small politicians in this
State, as well as Ly that portion of the
press of the State, which act as their
mouth pieces, the Journal of the 12th
says they might adopt their tactics and
ask, categorically, of Mr. Cropscy a few
questions as follows:
Did he, or did he not attempt unsuc
cessfully to'corrupt and bribe a State of
ficer whom he now so zealously pursues
as one of the "public thieves," by an of
fcr of $300 to secure a loan of $10,000
of School ran.!?
Did he, or did hi nrt once and repeat
edly attempt to bribe certain of tho Coui
missioiiFrs cf Public buildings to "set off
i'.tV to him-elf as "a irc-nd," who
would faithfully divide the profits with
those ofac '.is. The lots to be paid for
only j.fier he had made sales of them at
a big profit?
Is ir, or is it not a fact that the Sena
tor, wiio i. now the lurct mouthed of
all iho in list-rimiuate accusers of the
public men w! ose enterprise and energy
enabled him to be heralded by his news
paper as ' the richest man in tho coun
ty," has in the past been the most im
portunate in his d.-mands of these same
isblic men for opportunities to make
money dishonestly at the expense of the
Following clo-e in tho footsteps of Mr.
(,'ropsey's newspaper, and his admirer,
the Herald, we shall decline to say
whether he has done all these things,
but we can mo-t truthfully add that we
have heard "rumors" the most damag
ing, and have been informed inost ciiiect
ly and positively time and again that he
did do these things which we ask him
The morning after the above was pub
lished Col. Cropscy arose to "a question
of privilege" in the Senate, and proceed
ed to denounce the editor of the Jour
nal in the most bitter terms, even to the
extent of using such terms as "liar," etc.,
whereupon the Journal saya :
"Notwithstanding the plea of 'net
guilty,' we are compelled to say that
whenever Mr. Cropsey is ready to go in
to aa investigation of the Senator from
Lancaster, wc are ready to bring up
swora evidence to the truth of theso
"rumors" and "charges," substantially
as they were published in yesterday
morning's Jo CRN AT.. In this particular
wc go considerably further than Mr.
Cropscy and his newspap?r are wont to
The above are the most direct charges
we have 3"et seen against any public man
in the State, and it is but justice that
their truth or fabi:y ba cstabli-hcd by
the "sworn evidence" which the Journal
says it is ready to produce. If Senator
Cropscy is guilty as charged, he is a
great scoundrel; if not, the editor of tho
Journal should be branded as a defamer.
Will "the Senator fYoni Lancaster'" pro
ceed to give the editor of th? Journal
an opportunity to make good his asser
A IHBTY 1.
If the dirty dog who whipped his wife
yesterday actually felling her to the
floor with a blow of his fit does not
desist he may be waited on by a com
mittee of indignant citizens who will do
more than "tread on his corns." It is
a shame and disgrace that any brute
caiiing himself a man should become so
low and degraded as to strike a woman
and e.ieeialiy the orso whom he has pro
mised before high Heaven to love an
cherish, protect and defend. Kvcn the
brute creation do not treat their mates
tliiip. A repetition of yesterday's pro
ceedings may secure a detailed notice,
Let everybody remember that War
wick, the great lecfurer, is to be in our
city on Tuesday evening, the 23d inst.,
and will lecture at Fitzgerald's Hall.
Our people are going slow on the lecture
question this winter, and it is altogether
probable that Warwick will be the only
lecturer of note here during the season
Every man, woman and child in the city
wishes to hear at least one good lecture
during the season, and Tuesday evening
the 23d will be their only opportunity.
Wo expect to -see the hall crowded.
"OM,Y A TEAR."
The Omaha Republican asserts that
"we have only to wait a jcar longer to
h.ve a r.cw constitution made and
adopted by the legitimate, and safe, and
law-abiding method." Perhaps this is
so, and perhaps not. We leave it to an
intelligent public fo judge. We take it
for granted that the Republican iuean9
by the methods prescribed in the pres
ent document. If we remember cor
rectly the Rtpublican mado some asser
tions faring .the re-cent constitutional
Is it not barely possible that one of
the strongest elements of opposition to
the passage of the Salt Land bi'l is the
Morton and Miller interests ia the mat
ter? It is said there is a "steal" in the
prcsout bill. Perhaps there is, but
there is an opposition to it which saiells
strongly of Morton & Co.
Wc called in for a short time last
evening at a pel!ing jchool in tho Sec
ond ward, and were much pleased with
the interest manifested ly both pupils
and teachers. Excellent order was ob
served and, as conducted by Mr. Dilley
and Miss Sangmaster, we believe spell
ing schools to be a good thing, inasmuch
as correct spelling i3 one of the fuuda-.
mcutal principles of a good education.
"Tip Top," the Lincoln correspon
dent of the Omaha RepuUica)fLp6l
ogizes for what may appear in his letter
by saying that the boss has ordered him
to disembowel things generally. Left to
himself, "Tip Top" would be a fair and
Dr. G. B. Chapman has opened a
drug and prescription store in the room
occupied by O'Brien as a shoe store, ono
door west of the Postcffice. He proposes
to keep a full line of drugs and chemic
als; 3lso paints, oils aud everything
else pertaining to a first class drug store.
He makes the prescription business a
specialty. The want of a drugstore at the
upper end of Main st. has long been felt
and this want has now been fully sup
plied by Dr. Chapman. Persons need
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B au 111 "5J
lo give hnu' a call, bee Ir.s. advertise- f
mei.t in another eohnun. J
FROM THE CAPITAL.
Constitutional Bill Passed tho
Senats Over th9 Veto.
Special to the Daily Platbraouth Ileruid.
Lincoln, 17. 1:30 p. nr
Saline Bill passed both Houses last
night amid much excitement ; and just
before the Senate adjourned at noon to
dny, they passed the Constitutional Bill
over the Governor's Veto, Ly a vote of
S for, and -1 agaln.-Lj It is gencrall be
lieved that the House will concur.
A resolution to adjourn,, on the 1'Jth
was lost iu the Senate to-da3.
Much suflciing to these tender little
buds of the family might be allayed by
u.-ing Mrs. Whitcomb's Surup. Sej
advertisement in another column.
We are glad to know that Dr. Schild
knecht is getting along very well, and
that his injuries are not of a serious na
ture. The principal injuries are on the
right side of the hea l, the brain btirtg
partialis paralized, as Dr. Butler iufurrus
us. He will be able to be about cga'D
in the course of two or three week?.
Subscribers failing to receive their pa.
per reguarly will confer a favor by noti
fying us of the fact.
The Statesman lias at last "put" its
foot into the trap," and HoTi ,D. J, Mc
Cann, cf Nebraska City, proposes to
commence a libel suit. Wc glean from
the columns of the Statesman.
The very reliable Lincoln correspond
ent cf the Omaha Herald has been
forced to "cat his words" no less than
three different times since -Lis advent at
tho Capital, and once he was forced to
use the telegraph in order to "save his
bacon." - If the Herald correspondent
would confine himself a littlo closer to
the truth on general principles he would
not be ca'Ied upon to retract his state
ments so often.
Gold down to S and 9, and yet grovel
ing democrats are not satisfied.
A Saline county farmer ha3 made the
price of "20 acres of land from the crop
of nn eighty acre field during the last
The Legislative sessions opened Men
day with large accessions in the House,
thirty members answering at roll call.
The days of "two per cent a month"
are played out iu Piattsmouth, and tho
First National Bank is what did it. The
First National discounts at the legal rates
cf interest, and this doss away with the
old cry that high rates of interest were
eating up the substance of the country.
Wagons crossed the river on the ice
yesterday loaded with over 0,000 pounds.
That would indicate a substantial i.o
We understand that the pupils cf tho
second ward school arc having riro good
time in writing a:id reading composi
tions. We have seen somo of them
that are very creditable.
Hon. Lyman R. Warner, of Fillmore
couuty, has sent us an urgent invitation
to join him ia a bulfalo hunt nest month.
Nothing would give us greater pleasure,
but we l'ear business engagements wiil
prevent our acceptance. Mr. Warner is
an experienced frontiersman, and a hunt
with him would b really jolly. We
may find an opportunity in the futuro to
gratify our desires in this respect.
One of the "oldest inhabitants"
passed through the city yesterday. Ha
had on the traditional breech-clout, and
hugged his filthy blanket close about his
filthier body. Hi.family name is "Lo."
The Omaha 7'riblican and Nebraska
City Chronicle each have found a subject
whom they can flatter. The former
strokes Gov. James the smooth way an-.
praises his qualities as a Statesman,
while lb latter by its praises, causes a
glow of pride, probab'y to adorn the
countenance of our brave and gallant
Attorney General." -It is a great thing
to have some one of tha human kind
upon wham to pour out your affection,
and vre presume the Triblican tnl
Chronicle feel happy.
Tarties who come down from Lincoln
this morniDg inform us that Lcgis'ators
and lobbyists call each other "thieves"
and "robbers" with perfect impunity,
This is a sad state of affairs, and is very
"unpretty," especially in the men elect
ed "regardless of party, because of their
brains and honesty. " Would it not be
wise to return to the good old days of
Republicanism, when men were elected
on party issua.", and the party held re
sponsible fcr the acts of the men they
placed in position?
The long delayed philosophical and
mathematical apparatus which was pur
chased in Europe for Iowa College has
anived, and fully meets the anticipations
of the hiencU ot the college.
The only Iowa banks that kept their
balances with the recently suspended
banks in New York City, are the First
National of Grinnell and the First Na
tional of Centreviiie, Appanoose county.
Oswego has a ladies' brass band, com
posed of tho "handsomest young ladies"
that the editor of the Register "over
saw in tlm or any other country." .
A young fellow belonging to Boston,
with a head about as big as an early rose
potatoe, paid $25 for one of Nilsson's
hair pins, dropped in her room.
At the late Plymouth Church picnic
31r. lieeener was asked wuy lie ma not
dance. "There is but one reason," he
replied "I don't know how. The
only dancing I ever did, was when my
father furnished tbe musV, and used me
for a fiddle. I took all the steps then."
On Wednesday the first colored man
ever upon a jury in icw xurK ciiy
Ivcw iork city or
State took Hs seat in the jury-boxf
Marion cunty His name i Richard
M. - Williams. The world moves.
THE SILT I.A3I III LI..
As-.ther.e is much saidbout the "Salt.
Land Steal," we givj the. fd-'owing
synopsis of 'the bill furnished byVTip
top,"".foi; the Omaha Republican. It b
a fair synopsis cf the t-i;I, covering every
material point, a's.we understand it.
"SYNOI'alB oi; The salt kill.
It provides thai the lauds donated by
'ths"gpncrnl government not otherwise
disposed of .by law. r.nd not to exceed
10,00-0 acres, - are appropriated to J.
Cahn & Co., provided they expend $30,
000 in developing the Saline iinorasts of
the State by boring at least one. well to
the depth -of 1,500-unless salt brine ran
be obtained at a Jess depth that yield-
one pound 'of Mtlt to'eVery ten pounds of
brine. The Company are to furnish
vouchers, together'wilh affidavit of man
or agent, showing to the satisfaction of
tho Governor, Auditor and the Stale
Treasurer, that the said $30,000 have
been actually expended. It reserves
960 acres, which includes the great salt
basin, 32t) acres in the Cahn lease, 320
acres one mile north of Lincoln, 100
acres one mile southwest of Lincoln.
All the 12 salt springs granted by the
Government to the State, together with
40 acres adjacent to each spring, the
same to be selected by the Governor,
Auditor and Treasurer. The Company
is to pay;5 cents Royalty for ever bushel
of ealt manufactured: and are required
to make 50,000 bushels of salt annually,
and to execute a bond to the State in
the sum of $50,000 to carry oat these
OUR FILLMORE LETTER.
FOnEIGSASD EJOMKSIIC AI'FABRS.
IlEsrrrtiA, Fillmore Co., 1
Jauuary 7th, 1872. J
Dear Hekald : Will you pity an
old man whose feeble limbs have borne
him through tho cares and perplexities
of house-keeping for a week ? I mean
without the aid of our "better half."
Wife has gone sleighing, to see about
four scorc-and-ten old friends, who will
doubtless keep her until the experiences
of the past sixteen years' separation are
discoursed and the prospects of future life
are talked over. Jane, our "maid of
all work" has gone home to spend the
holidays, and left ns to skim the millk
make bread and beds. By the way,
friend Hathaway, did'st ever try to make
a batch of bread, work a ten pound
churning cf butter, or cook a square
meal? They say "practice makes per
fect," but it don't keep the specks out
of the butter nor prevent our having
pasty bread ; but it does make our
hands look clean and white. (?) Wc
have often wondered what our women
could find to busy themselves about from
early da-.f n to lato at night. Oar wonde
subsides experience has taught us to
thank God that we was act born a farm
er's wife, and yet the half is net known
to us, as we have had no little, squalilne
"buds of innocence" to distract us, or to
work and care for, besides all the other
little house-hold duties wa negie ;ted,
si::cj wife "left our bed and board'' for
a fortnight's viit with old friends who
have left the "O'.i B.ty S:ato" for a
home in Nebraska.
I! e have been paying our rsr-pocts to
madam Nature. The old lady has been
with which she used to deck herself in
other days. The dress we mnoh admired
was while as the "driven snow," and
would have been really beautiful had not
"Old Boreas" worked it up with so much
"Grecian bend." But this, "Old Sol',
and the sons of men have smoothed
down so that it is not so disagreeably pcr
ceptiblo along our thoroughfares. The
exertions of the old "Day King"
brought a blush to his fair face, to hide,
which the old chap put on a veil. This
had no more durability than fog. "Jack
Frost''- played a curious trick, just to
show us what he could do. He took tho
filling all out of "Old Sol's" veil, worked
it into a fantastic fabric of his own con
ception. This ha completed yesterday,
and last night ha worked it into gar
ments with which he cloth 2d every tree,
bush aud blade of grass. These beauti
ful garments "Oil Sol" trimmed and
set with pearls, emeralds arid diamonds
of richest beauty and brilliancy; and as
we locked cut over the beautiful eccnet
this bright, glorious Sabbath morning
the first of the infant year IS72, wc were
led to inquire: Do angels and seraphs in
that bright and glorious spirit world
gaze irpoti brighter, purer scenes than
this? so hushed and still, so transcend
ently bright and gloriously beautiful.
We could almost hear the choral notes of
ministering spirits, as tinging their sweet
songs of praise they passed on viewless
wings, to attenl the heirs of salvation
through another year or better still, to
that bright, blissful land, where winter
and storms are unknown. Ya could
almost catch the floral perfume, as waft
ed by the zep'hyrs from the emerald
fields f tho glory-world, and taste the
heavenly sweet of the celestial vintage.
If our earthly home can be made 50
beautiful l y the elements, what will bo
that heavenly home, when we arc called
to participate in the joys and admire the
beauties of "our Father's houiO?"
It is a significant fart that not one of
the taen who were no horribly shocked at
the idea of allowing Dr. Larsh to take a
sc3t in the Senate have raised a voice
for an investigation since his admission.
Unless they are wiiliiis for a fair and im
partial investigation cf the whole mat
ter, now that he has scat and it can
be dene without injustice to any one, it
will always be thought by some that the
whole howl was gotten up for political
purposes and to prevent hi3 obtaining a
seat in the Senate. If the iri-inuations
and reports against the Dr. arc true he
is a great scoundrel. If they are false,
tho men who originated and proclaimed
them are not only great scoundrels, but
are dangerous men in any community.
Let us tnow who is at fault.
Alas. Wood hull! Germany prohibits
the srdo of Tikon'a biorranhy of Wood
hull Tho thick-headed Germaus actu
ally claso it with indecent boks-
LoKD BftOUGlIAN ON ltOTAL CllIL-PKF.W-
Be". wi-en tho family of a sover
eign and the children of a suljcrt there
is nothing iu common, ihe members
of a royal, as compared with those of a
private family, are by law debarred from
feelings common to humanity, and from
all free action. They cannot fall in love
without the consent of the Crown; they
may he over head and ears in that pass
ion, but it must remain a dead letter to
them unless the sovereign in council
permits its indu!gnce. The King for a
wife must choose some Protestant prin
cess he has never seen; but this he must
do for the sake'of his people, and to se
cure a Protestant successor; and his heir
comes into the world, not in the privacy
of the domestic lmuschold, but in the
presence 0! a crowd of the great ollicers
of State. A!! the tender feelings engen
dered in tho private family, all the clos
est relations of parent and child, must
be disregarded a- it tliL-y had no exist
ence. Such is the penalty of the exalted
rank, and the sac rifice royalty must make
in return for tha very inadequate com
pensation of power and dignity. The
Sovereign, as the Executive branch of
the Government, is also intrusted by the
Constitution with large discretionary
powers in governing his family; but ho
is bound to exercise such powers not
according to his own faiiej', or for the
gratification of his private feelings or
individual caprices, but in such a manner
as shall most conduce to the common
weal. . All the power he has, and everj'
act he performs, is as sovereign, and not
a. a private person. Lord JJrougham's
Life and Times, vol 2
People who are willing to sleep shut
up Hk.3 a jack-knife will bo delighted to
know of a new process of insuriug lon
gevity. A California scientist, who.se
head like his back must be a trifle weak,
declares that ho has prolonged his hfe
ly sleeping with his finger tips touching
his toes, and has invented a machine to
hold the body in that graceful and pleas
ant position. lie contends that the
" vital electric currents " on the
principle wo suppose of the smoke-consuming
stove "arc thus kept in even
circum flow, instead of being thrown off
at the extrcnioties an J wasted." There
is no patent upon the great discovery,
and any ore with a sufficiently suple back
is of course free to try the experiment.
Our Fireside Friend.
This is the name of anew ciht-page
original and illustrated sfor- and family
weekly, published hf 3Iessrs. Waters,
Eb'.-rts & Co. Chicago. The paper pre
sents a no-it and pleasing appearance,
and exhibits much taste in its make up.
Its contents are varied, find rich in inte
rest and fall of instruction. It contains
Well-written continued stories of great
interest, beautifully il'ust a 1 d, and en
tertaining short ttories, skotch. s. poems,
eto , with departments especially devot
ed to the Farmer, the Housewife and
Children. One of the principal features
of this number is Will 31 Carleton's
great Poem, "The Burning of Chicago,"
which the publishers have beautifully
illustrated. Oar Fireside Friend will
find a welcome in every family circle.
The Publishers will send a specimen
copy free to any address'.
I argu VcjfelnbScs.
The premium awarded for vegetables
at the late Colorado fair were for two
bushels of host potatoes, IS of which
made a bushel; onions, 4ito the bushel;
beets, 10 to the burhel. The specimens
of bcet3 weighed mere than 25 pounds
each; cabbages weighed on an average
30 pounds each, some few reaching 50
pound.-; cauLilower,20 pounds; squashes
more than 100 pounds: tomatoes, 2 lbs;
eggplants, 7 pounds; and cari;ts 10 lbs.
Tho correspondent who communicates
liiis weighty item gr:ve!y adds "ihat
many cf these vegetables tvere not fully
My friend, slop thatterrille cough,
and thus avoid a consumpUTu's grave,
by u.-irift Ur. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. For curing all throat, bron
chial and h'n diseases: it liai never been
equalled, bold by druggists.
Geo. I'. Rowel! & Go's Advertising
Agency, No. -II I'aik Row, New York,
receives advertisements for all the news
papers in the United States, at tho low
est cash rates, furnihins: circulars and
estimates f ee. Krooklynf E. D ) Tinus.
It is a model business house. They tive
more for the money than any other
hou.-o in the world. City Item, Phiia
de'phia, Pa. janlSl.twl w
Extract from Telegraph and Jifesscn
ner, Macon, Ga : We have tested its vir
tua personally, and know that for dyspep
sia, Lulhousuess and ihrobLing -headache
arising therefrom, it is the bet medicine
the world ever savr. We had tried forty
oiher remedies before tha fc'immcn.s'
Iriver Regulator, but none of them garc
us more than temporary rnlief, but the
Regulator not only relieved, but it cured
us. Editor TiXFc-nAPti.
Wastfd A girl to do general bouse
woik. Wages 50 per week. Apply
lo F. W. D- IloLurvOOK.
Examination of Teachers. I will
ppc-nd the firt three days of February
at iny office in J'iattsnioulh in the ex
amination of applicants for teachers'
certificates givin? license to teach in tho
public schools of Cass county. Lot all
cirtdidates be present promptly ct 12
o'clock the first day of t xaminarion,
U. W. V.'lsk, County
Supt. Pub. Instruction.
Jan Sth, 1872. w3.
Sea advertisement of Dr. Bntt-s' Dis
pensary, headed Hook for the Million
Marriage Gui;!; in another column. It
sheuld be read by ail. deeld&wly
D. II. Wheeler & Co. are offering for
sale over 100 lots in the City of i'hitts
mouth, at prices ranging from 75 to
5250 each. je2tt
Money to Loan ! !
Three years tirne given !
Kenl Estate Security !
Improved farms preferred I
An cpertunity i now offered to tho
farmers of Otoe, Cas?, Neiuana, Lan
castet and Johnson counties to borrow,
m connection with Life Insurancj, mon
ey iu sums of $500 to S1.5Q0. on long
time, on 12 per cent, interest. The
Union Mutual Life Insurance Company
of Maine, is now issuing Life Policies
and loaning money, through their Gen
eral Agents, J, F. Kinney & Son.
Omre over Otoe County National
Bank, Nebraska City. janl5tf
GirtL Wanted. A girl desiring a
situation to do general homework, can
n 1 a place by calling oa Mrs. D. II.
Wheeler, corner Main and 4th Sis.
AiJi;a-Mi:NT or Co cut. Notice
is hereby given that the time fur the
holding of the January term of the
District Court has been adjourned to the
29th day of January, A. L., 1S72, at 1
o'clo k p. m., at which time all jurors
an4 witnesses summoned for said term,
will bo present witout furl her notiw.
By order of Hon. Geo. B. Lake,
Judge 2d Judicial District, State of Ne
braska. D. W. McKis.von'.
Clerk of District Couit.
Plattsruouth, Nebiaska, December
29th, 1S71. d&wlm.
S. T. 1860-X.
This wonderful vegetable restorative
is the thcet-anchor of the feeble and de bilitated.
As a tonio and cordial for the
aged and languid it has no equal among
stomachic. As a remedy for the ner
vous weakness to which women arc es
pecially subject, it is superseding every
other stimulant. In all climates, tropi
cal, temperate or frigid, it acts as a
specific in every species of di.ordtr
which undermines the bodily strength
and breaks down the animal spirits.
Dec. 2fi. diw lj r.
HAGAN'S MAGNOStA CALM gives ia the Com
plexion tho Freshness af Youth.
IIagas's maoxoli.v Balm overcome the
fluslicU lppoaraacc caused Ly heat, fjtic'je mil
excitement. t uiukcs the lady of forty mipcar
but twenty, and so natural and perfect that no
per-on can detect its application. Uy its use
tho roufhest ft in is made to rival tho pure
radiant texture of youthful beauty. It remove h
redness, blotches, tnd pimples. It contHins
nothing tha'. will injure the skin the least.
Magnolia Balm is used by all farhionablo
ladies ia New York, Loudon and Paris. It
costs only 73 cents per Bottle, and is sold by !1
Druggists and Perfumer".
Dec, 26. tli-w lyr e 3i w.
It. R II? NEBRASKA
Lo. 10.00 A. ?f,
Lf. 10.5 A. M.
1. 1D.M) A. M .
Le. 11.05 A. M.
Ar. 11 A M.
A r. 11.45
Ar. 12 00 p ra
Ar. 12.1 J
Ar. 11.30 "
TRAIN SO 2
A r. 3.4.5 V. M
Ar- X-yi J M
Ar. 3.U) r. M
Ar. 2.4 V. M
Ar. q.ir, 1 M
Ar. lit) "
Ar. lrfi "
Ar. 1.45 "
Le. 1J0 M
Ar. 10.15 "
Ar, 10 15 "
Le. ..H "
Ar U.-J9 "
if- s. w.
Le 4 40
TRAIN XO. 3.
Le. 4.4.5 P. M.
Lo. 5.. -5 P.M.
Le. 6.25 P. M.
Ar. 8.1.5 "
Ar- 8.4:1 "
Ar. y.- "
Ar. J.0 '
Lo. S..Y) a m
Le. K. "
Li y :
Ar la.Vf) "
Ar 1 n
Ar S.10 "
Lt 7.10 "
TRAIN NO. 4.
Ar. 0.0,1 A. M
Ar. .20 A. M
Ar. 7.45 A. M
Ar. 7.2D A. M
Le. f..4i) A. M
L". 5.00 "
Lr. t4 (5 sr.m
A r. :t 45
W.vter S';a ioa
Le i.'ti'i f ra
A r 3-20 "
Lo 1 2M
Le 11. :
Lo 11. iO
Cstires indi; ato aajyinar rlnoen.
Oiay .Hoiiiay. edne dayi and hrid-vj.
t Only Tu rs.laya, Thursdays, and t5a:ur-Jayj.
The time riven ahovo i that of Plattituouvh
bsir,tf S3 miaule.' slower thau Chicago.
OitAIIA A SOUrilV.TJSTLRN.
To 7a!ce EJtct Monday. May. 2i., 157L
In connection vrith Uurlinjtou & Hizfwc
flivsr Kaiirod in Nehraska..
Iepot at foot of Jones Street.
3mnha S:'iO a. m
Lincoln 12:3Ci p. ra
Vi v. n:
....r,:Wi a. m.
....i;::o p. m.
0;:s.iha 31 :'; a, in
Co 6:1'J i. m
D. t m. n. it.
P.telfla Err,-)w.. except Monday
Mi! Eteept Sunday
Kreijrhl -;o. V-except Sunday
Freight No. 7 except Suad.y ,
:1r . m.
...10:40 p. m,
....2 K) p. :a.
...S:o0 p. m
Atlantic Express eic e;t Saturday
.Viiii exeort Sunday
I;reiK, N o. 6 eseept Sundav
Vrcisht No S
5:15 p. m.
...ff.'Xt a. in.
.. 1 1;.V p iu
7:10 p. l.
The ahove is Chicnr;o timo. bciny J3 minutes
ft.-N-r th.in I,lattsnifuth time.
llo.at le.ire? IMattstnouth ferot to connect
tvith ir.T.iii joir.j? ea.'t half an hour in advance
ef above time, except for Atlantic Express for
which itlavei forty-five minuits in airiir.tu.
K C. BT. JOS. Sc C B. R.
I AT PACIFIC JSCTIO! ICWA.I
OOIVf; NORTH. (iOIJT'T POTTH.
Mai! Bid Express '!:" p. ni. a. in.
Nisrht Ex pre?? 8;Vj a. m- 5:0 p. m.
Thi? jpive.o pasenserH frotn Platlsraouth close
eonnecton going South or2iTorlb hy leaving: hisre
on the 3:15 p. in. train.
AliKIVAL AND DEPAKTUER OF MAILS.
BOUIB. CI.OSKS. ARrtlVtS
O. P.. A- St. Joe It. R. Sonth 10 p in. 10. m r e
0. 1!. A St. J oc ft. R. Korth, jG r. in. Vi.P.n p tu
li. A- M. R. R. 1 :-i-t. 1!) p in. p m
13. A- M. H. R. West. " fiani. 4 pm.
Omaha ly Ruil 10 p m lOatn
'.Vecpinsr Water. 12 a ni. liiui.
Nebraska jity, by Stnje, SJ p m. Spiu.
Departs todays, Wedneidavs and 1'riJaya.
OKiee hours, trom 8 a in to 7 p m.
Sundays, 12 to 1 p mr
J. Y. MARSHALL, P. M.
l& Trees! g;4- Plants!
Arple nnd Crib, 1M. 2 to 4 ft.. SI: 4 to f ft.. 5.00
J'cir. Sid. Extra, 1 yr., Uarlleti, Ac. .'J to
4 ft., do?..,
FcA. Peach, bu., l; App'e.Ojujrc.ncw.bu., I.'.k)
P&fi'oe,A"hffe Peach JJiow.Earlv Itoic.bii. 2 (j
c(Np4.SoftMiiplc. I.'HW. SI: h.: Elm, 2 00
lilurtr ited Cataleguo, 1'X) page, & New . rice
E. K. PHOENIX. Eioomi.ngton. Illinf,:.
Jan IS. w3v
CUNARD MAIL LINE
ESTABLISHED - - - . isio
rassenncM IiooVel to and from all parts cf
Europo lit lowest rates. Apj Iv to
P. 11. DL' VERNET.
General Western Agent, 375 St.ito (;. Chicago
or t j Fl WILSON.
janiwOm. PlatUmouth, Neb.
Lo.k to Your Children.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
MRS. I Cure colic ami frripin? in! Prise
Yvnucoir.D tne Douei.i, and t iiitate?! 2
byrep. ,tce process ot teething.
Mfti. Subduea cf.nvul.-ioi.s and
Whitcomb's overcomes all dinaie! icei-
Svrup. Idem, tjinfintis andehiidrrn.
MflS. f j Cures LiKrrhie:i. lycr.to
Whifcomb s tj and eunmicr complaint in
Syrup. leLildieu ef ail ceea. i
It is the rreat Infants' hiiiI Children' nmh
init Rcueily, in all clisotderd brought on by
eetliin(r or any other cause.
Prepared by lh Urafton Medk-ico Co., St.
Louis Mj. -
Sold by drusetfts acd dealers in Ktlic"
every where- titi.L(i4vily
VLL persons iudebt d to us. either Ly note
or book account, are notified that fettle
inent most be made by the first dny of January
next, or we will bo co-npellad to plu.ee the .une
in the hands of the proper iiHcer lor coilectien
H'eiNMft hate muifi, and our friendn wil
please make a note of this, and g iycrn taem
reiven necoroioziy. V Umh .t Hum ct
iiattmcath, lec. Jl,l5ft... devil
Pnn'aij den 21 Sppffmber li.it di t Dr ntji 'wj
JJv. Ltitli. (JiMiH-ind in itin-m S holh.nn vir
rtiitt.iii'n win 11 L'hr J Ltuo I'cii't. Uc . )-rtil )t
f ndct ilcrseP'O von jett .u ri-iri I'liK-si alio-1 I
Tuko statt. aiiu;-V r K-r. L lianuan -at I.
Fin?T Prf.-I!YTk;:tan Xoiih ci.lcof M:iu M.
entcf Sixth il-v. D. U'. Car.;iTui ; S-ri'-- 4
ry SablMth at 11 .a.m. nnd (:.') p. m. :;:L
kvith HehKl at V:.V) a- ni.. Thou pullook Suiniin
kcmlant. Prityer meeting every Wcdi:e.-iJ,y
erenin at C:'!0 o'clorlt.
MKTIiaiPT I'fir-.rvK-.w. '."cct ei Ir of Fisth
'treet. int:lh rf Main 1t"V. J. if. Brecon.
.Services every S'al.batii ftt P)::S0 a. in. ind 7 p. '.
etintr very Tiiur.vlHy t renin, flu
every Monday veniiir nuj iinine fi.ite-
ly after t-Iciie of ;-,iMtb morning er4ccs"
bubnalh fcchool Kt 2:.W
Coxr.Rj(TinAi.-Corner L i.-iit nml I'ik' fi
ft. K'-t. 11. r Manwel:. reMon.:e Lumur t lit
trern 4!h an l fiflinTd SjM-vicc.t evorr SnM.Mh
11a. m: an'1 t;'W p. m. N-tL'imlU rv-hool .tt 12:
Ji) p. m. Prayer lur.vina ev;:y V.'cUueLiy
EpisroPAi. Cirr.er Vim an l Tliin rtreel.
ev. H. 0. .S;iw P.orvi ;( every :n l iy
at n. in. an l 7 p. m. r-:'ri:!y fcehnul
i ; i. in.. Prof. i-.lleiimi. Sii't.
Ckimstiajj Fervie. in Court Howe Hull I
JJ. f.t ulli?. local j.re.ichc r. KUrs, Iao Vils-
and T. J. Toild.
Catholic North fi l of PuMii; S :iinre K v
Father Ilaye. first Ma-si every :4n'.ii;0!i at
n. in., .SeeonJ M nn l Sermon I l.)::d :. in.,
Vcjprr end lkneili. ti .n r.t o: l. r.i. Mss
At. H . ru. every week ii iy.
I. O. O. F. Prulur meeting of 11 itty LoJc;e.
No. 7. I.O. O. V. every SutitTiliy cvei'intr, -t
Odd FeiiiivTi Hail, 'i in ii'.ieut JJi uthei j ure ei.r
lialiy invited to vi't.
ti. M. CHAPMAN N. J.
II. Newmak. See.
I.O. O. F. P!Mt?in(mth Km-an. pmctit ?"o. .
Itcjular Convocations i lie '.''id :ip. Hli Friday,
of cteh month lit Odd Fellows Hull er. :.! nn i
M.iin cis. Transient l';ii rirrcii" eoroi.ilty ir.vi'eJ
.. vi.-it. D. 11- V lliJLLLil. 0. P.
II. J. STnt.-ioilT. Scribe
Msoxif! Pj.attsm.h tij Lonos "i. 6 A. P.,
& A. 51. Kcsr.ilnr mnt tinus iit their hii'l on lii -firtitand
thir.t Monday evenings i f eneli iuoMh.
Transient hrethtrn in if. 1 to vi- it.
1). 11. WiiF.fcLLR, W. ;.. '
P. E. HCF7XI, tiets.
M noT Loron No. C2 A. V. .V A. M.-r.e-.i!-
meetings at Maronio 1111, firt ,iri i,d In
t'.ys. J. N. Wi-H., W. ti
I. M. Wolf, Et-e.
NcxttAKZA Cn avtrr No. 3 R. A. M. r.oto.'
esnvocal ions peooiid find fonr.ti Tufvluy ee
nt!)ii of eC U!OUt!i at 71 n'. !...k . n.
It. L. CIVINU-TLA it. P.
K. A, KiRKrAimck, joc
I. O. O-T. Oi.ivk P.RAMOt, N0.2--W r Frrr.-o
VT. C. T. ; K. liia.lley. W. S. ; T. W. .:ry
nrk Lodfe Dcimty. Mei t ntCimk rt Pin.iiii,er
hU every Tuesday ereuiiiK. Trveliii Icmpljj
Kxcklsior Tjf.apr.K Lnrcs. No. I. K.
f.ewi?, 1). T.; F. K. White, O. .Meet.-jit'ViiT
ilouje II.1JI ou the fiit and lhird.''iit'i:d.iy t-via
PtaRof More Lodok No. ?. T. K. Hrlt. '.V
C. T.: And W. S. h. !i. i!or-v.i
Lod;e I'er-uty. Meets at ML Pii'fi;rit eri r;.
T.ibvikt Lonor. No.. 14. J. J. Chand'er
.V.C. T.: Wni. J.dewir. W. S.; S. W. C r.;,,. !
l.rtjo Deputy. Meeu every WcH!'-.;!-,v ev.-ij
fi. Traveling Tenijdmi i eij'cclfully it. vit- i
Trkf.R Orotf I.onor. No. . ,iri'. ir'.iTi
if.O. T.;Ji. ::!ioii, Vi'.S:C. 11. U'i;,'!.iv
Lodve Le',oUy. 'leets eveiy 1 nr. lay fHiin.i.
traveli:")? icuijili -4eetf.i;iy invited
moi-l with us.
g e x tYkcT II a e HIE D .
E'fiiyi fr Yoom; M'n. en yrei'. ir iul 'vi's
mid uuu.sei, wljih ititirfire ciirriiif?'
with mi: means of rt-lii-ffor the J.rrii.g nn I Ln
fortunivte, dise:iM:d and dehilinleJ. f'ci !.
in eit!-l i nv elop'.-.-t. Addi'i:.:',
Ru. 1 Nt.A Srevt. I'tiHattiiu I
AU KNTS WAN i Kir
To fi"l! (I.o most i ;,ul:ir work ever be
fore i.itrod -.J to the Ameri
V.Z CT.LM CCHFLACSATSCrj,
ns past, rsi:s;:-r, :n rnvm.
The Or:jrii, I'rosrci-.s nu 1 lU -ulis of th
(JiOMt Chicnco Confhigisilinn.
Vritii rruf h'n tr"::r.. i. c:.Jenf!i .'.nd detn'l" i '.
the uiia.-ter, li-tr t tli i inc.ial bun kin . mu. -
(.v.t'jrer.-'. nnd Htr- iiiuili" w ho nn: Ik tiS m ,
complete l icttire oi Cl.u 'fto LcC re and a'!
tin; fir -. 'I'lie Tra'te I i nitneri-e of ('li; m-.
d..iai!i of ic .M unitip (1 ullir.x, an 1 the ii.L.
firr. of t!,i) World.
Tiictnti.4tii-. oft' e P'rn DcpTt-n'ml, v.t'.
description of tha woinl .-: -ful r;M-r wo-kf: !.
i rii tion cf the pewn l"-. i-ivipk jui i bu l l
uiateriuU. The ;r.':U ii.au el ol the i:-? r r
ninr np Btrenm. Th: muii-er. locution : :
inodu of cpcruti.iK the 4: ain JClevator-. M ,
tor7 ot:d ilcitcripi ion of the fanont ito !: .
Iha number of lUitronds, the l.ult i'ra-!l-CuuiiiieroH.
Eroni j.cwofci.l olt rrotivnj by
CEtiHUZ P. U'TOX.
(Pores. riii J'.okclj
Litterary I) iitor Chioui-o Tiibune,
JA31i;S v! IIKAIIAN,
Editor of Cui-'a?'- Tribune.
A Rook of.r) p.iaes. i:iuatr".to I by tho '
a i Lt.-", anl will bo ui'ij ol iho co'itii!' '
Price in extra cloth pinlpi't, SI.'O. Will :
ept by mail on lect-ip' of ;;ri',"j. 'J'hi wor
only be iibtaioed trom too uldirhc-iA or
their ri-tfiilnrly uu;li;o!. :vl i;(M r;ls. t.s ii is
excliisi.cii by Mib.'-rir .i' li. n-.d irin r.oi I .
tsincd i'roin ony bi.ok.iiorci iu th L'nPcd
tes. Addrcs -EN
ION rURLISillNO CO..
16 j Tiven'y-rceoiii ft , C! i .i
KSTini.iiHEO IX i-.'i.
Ki.jZ, DE.M.EP. IN
J E VV E L & Y
SILVKH AMI l'l,AiKl V.'.'.ilE.
U(.:ll PENS Si'ClACI.-,
VIOLIN S I KlN'i.- ANt
. l' A.NCV iii.'DlW.
Watche", Clnv.kiuud .Jewelry rer-circd r e -tir
md with ilifipati-h.
VEenioved to oposite l'lutto VsK -j L- l t
titr t. r.ov. l:ii.
ITS ED, SALE AND
, la I ?! o u Ik , Nc b rash a .
I am prcporcJ to aceomir.oda'e the publi M
llorse. dm iasej. Eurkics aiid n No. 1 11' ;.:-.
on iiiort notice aiid re.-onable tfii.u. A II.-
will run to,thepte:iuiboat landing, an J to til r
Ol tho city whrtn desired.
January 1, IbTl d: wtf.
John Finisher. a:in-'t J"hn lie?, EmeKr.o
Uess, aud Eugene Amour, Ieleiidinif.
Noti-:e in herebv piven (hut I will oS.-.t T. r
?ale at publia iti':!ion at, the froot Uoor;l ido
CjUI t iioute in l'lattsiii'Oit h, C-a County. .N i '. .
rnFka, on a' omltty the '-.'(h dny of Jimuarv , .
Ii.lxTlat the hour of lo o'..! v;lt A. M. of J
day the liiliowins Ileal l'"a;e to w it :
The nn livi !e.t one half (Jot of tho north b-i:
(V of lot No. six oi ia Hock Notliirty-tW' ' ;
in the cly of l'latl-ii.o'-tii, C.isa ( ju:.'ly . .
r.iska. to be Bid I us the properly of J jln ii.-:,
and Emelinc lie:- ', on mi order of :ile in I ;
of J ibn I ini-her. if-;icd by the .i.-tri t C i::t
of the 2n Judi i il Ui.triet wi liln mid for (
County Ntbra-ka, and tj me U;iectcd as .-h' I ..i
Given uj;.l:;r tuy Land this'JTth day of Dec m
Uer A. II. itll J. W. JOHNSON,
Sheriif Cu.-h (,'ounty Nehrtieka.
Maxwell & Chapman Atfva fcr Pilll'.
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HAPPY Relief for Yotm-r Men. from ti-
effeets of ErrovH nt.d Abii.e in ear! life. M:m
hood rc.-toieil. Nervrin debility rured. ).:
I-'.-'liiuents to M i; r i cmove I. New i.' (!.
of treatment. N'-wand norlarhaUn rem-, d ,
Uooka and Circulari Bent free, in ea!e 1 tu
Addro(i, HOWARD ASSOCIi TIO", Nc
our.h Si nth St., h Hal tip hi. Pa.
QcLinth, w4 ya
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