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THE NEBRASKA HERALD
13 rCBI.IPHXD w"REI,Y BT
IIATIIAWAY & SEYEOLT.
ft. D. flATHAlTAT. GEO. L. HinOLT
Oi)ic -corner M&in and Second trec, sec
TERMS : Weefcty. ?.00 per annum If paM In
t2-cj if not paid in advans.
Dare any new?papcr in the State,
that approve! of acting Gov. James
attempt to prorogue the House of Rep
resentatives, pay that Lis attempt was
valid and legal? If they are afraid to
attempt a vindication of the legality of
the 3etion,,ho7F do they expect to en
dorse the act iteelf acd at the eanie time
ha treated as honest and truthfull jour
nal?, entitled to tho respect and confi
dence of the peop!e. We venture the
prodirtion that there is not a paper in
thid State foolhardy enough to come
out an-4 say that the rocssesj of -dr.
James was a legal and valid adjourn
ment of the House of Representatives.
Whenever a paper can be found to do
this we will engage to show to the mind
of every intelligent man that its position
is fiiilacioD?, end is taken either through
ignorance orn desire to deceive. Where
is the paper that dare attempt it.
"DROITS ISO CATC II AT
The people of Nebraska City call a
public meeting for tho purpose of doing
something to help business in that p'aco,
and that very truthful (?) and reliable (?)
journal, the Omaha Hcrahl, comes out
in a doublelcadcd leader "Inauguration
of too People's Movement in Ne
braska City," and proceeds to treat
it as a grand uprising of the
poople to overthrow existing po
litical parties. The evident intention is
to deceive people in other portions of
the State, and induce them to organize
a "people's movement" on the strength
of the assumed action in Otoo. That is
rather "thin," Dr. Tha people aro not
entirely trevoid of sene and rea;on.
THAT 3111.11 1. 1.
Tho Chronicle of the 21th contained
tho fuilowin :
"Judre Maron, Collector Lamaitr,
the members from this county, and a
. number of other citizens vent to Li:i
"3'!n ysstrrJay. Wc still believe that
ths rtnt: of thievc3 will be "cleared out,"
even if it take all the militia of the
The idea is sought to be promulgated
in tl.c aliovathat "Judga Mason, Collect
or Lancaster, the members from Otoe
couhfy, and a number of other citizens
treut to Lincoln" to assist in quelling a
h'gu-handed riot and boll and defiaut
robbery bein. consummated by the mem
bers cf the Legislature. Now, what are
tin f-ctr Mr. A.J. Crop?ey, wacm the
Journal offers to convict by "sworn evi
dence" cf numerous attempts to bribe
'ficnte officers, and whom the Omaha
Herald Jeoior.ir.ated as one cf the
''school fund robbers," went to Zebras
ka City to set Chief Juhtxco Mi-ua t"
go to Lincoln for th? purpose of estaL-li-hip-j
the legality of the Senate ad
i.cnnmcRt and tha wonlerfi.l !cs;sgc of
'11 k 1 LI- J . nil . . j ...- - - - 13 - - j
Hiiactin acciJc-ncr vrheroia hi attciupt- j
J to prorogue thi IIous-. Tho further
rd to proroj
fact is that Chief Justice 3Iason di 1 tro
to Lincoln v.ith Mr. Croppy, simply t
holt at tho legil status of the fo-cilied
aijournment and attoiuptei pnrogua
tieo. and that after f illy examining llu;
whole cae he unhesitatingly declared
tho Senate adjournment null and void,
the so-called proroguing message a kick
ing all the cs;en:ials of legality, ami
that the members remaining constituted
a legal Legislature, with lull and coin
jijetc powers as a Legislative body.
How far Judge Mason's act" as a "mili
tia rnn" were in accordance with tho
idea bought to be promulgated by the
bovo paragraph, we leara for au intelli
gent public to judVe.
Calhoun, of the Urownville Democrat,
visited Lincola recently and writes to his
paper his impressions of tomo of the
individuals lit met there. Here is what
he fays of hia proroguing excellency for
tnhich we recommend that he be pro
rogued by Mr. James, adjourned by Has
t), and pronounced a "den of thieves"
by the "honest" portion of the Nebras
ka press Omaha Herald and Lincoln
"Acting Governor Jan c is a small,
dark man, about w hom nobody seems to
krow a great deal, but who impr sscs
one unfavorably. iiok'nilkfirtce and in
d .'vision are written all over him, from
his t-hort and curled upper lip to his
if'tly treacling feet."
Oh, dear! It i3 is perfectly awful to
epeak thus of the man whom Mr. Thom
as, of tho Omaha liepulican designates
as "fully meeting the expectations of
.the people," "modest and qui
et in his demeanor, he is nevertheless
firm and dttt-ruuncd in his cllorls" etc.
ki:ato:i i licricocii.
In the Senate of ike United States,
January '22, 1672, Mr. Ilitchcoult asked
and, by unanimous consent, obtained
leave to brinj in the following bill, which
wa3 read twice, referred to the Commit
tee on I'ublic Lau'ls, aud crderod to be
A bill granting lands to certain iustlta
'tiens iii tho Stato of Nebraska.
Be it enacted Ly the Stunt and House
cf licpresmta lives (. the. Uiiicrd State
cf America in Covgre. atuscmLleJ, That
there bo printed, to the Stntc of Ne
braska, two hundred thousand acres of
E public laud, not mineral, for the up and
enelit, in tuual qua:itiiics, of the fol
lowing State institutions, to-wit: of the
State Lunatic Asylum, fifty thousand
notes ; of the Nebraska Institute lor the
Deaf and Dumb. hy thoit-and acres;
cf the State University, titty thousand
acres; and of the State Noruinl School,
fifty thousand acres.
Sec. 2. That sail lands ehall be se
lected by the Governor of said State
lroia any public lands, within the limits
. of said State, subject to entry by pre
emption or homestead ; and that upon
the approval of said selections by the
Secretary of the Interior, a patent there
for shall issue to said State.
Parisian horticulturists arc attempting
to restore the pleasant groves of Champs
Kly.-es to their original beauty by trans
planting thereto fall grown trees. The
experiment is watched with great inte
fp by European arborcukurists.
Oil, WHAT IIOXU1Y.
Everybody has heard of the fellow
tvho joined the crowd and tliouted "ftop
thitf," at the top of his voice. Well,
there are several persons in our State
who have been crying "etop thief" for
the past year or more, and all that is re
quired to bring them to light in their
true character is a little time. "The mills
of the go3s grind slowly, but exceeding-
small," and they have already com
menced the grinding process on some of
the "stop thief fdlowa of Nebraska.
Representative Gaiey publishes a card
over his own signature in which he as
serts, and otTers to prove, that the senior
editor of the Stittsnian proposed to him
to support the Salt Laud Bill, about
which so much has been said, if Mr Ga
iey would support a resolution whereby
the Statesman ofiice could secure the in
cidental printing of the session. A little
more timo will bring others of these
honesty screcchers to the surface in the
same unenviable light.
Our very noted acting Governor,,
whom Mr. Thomas eulogises as having
performed "his oflioial duties in a
straightforward and upright manner,"
and as "fully meeting the expectation
of the people" has seen fit to override
the will of the Courts and the jury by
pardoniug Dr. Stoddard, the notorious
aloi'tionist of Omaha, before he liad
hardly had a .taste of prison life. And
what is wor-t of all, we learn from a ro
liable source that the pardon has been
in operation for the pa.st two weeks,
although the 27th was the date set for
hearing and considering the application
for pardon. We hope for the credit of
the State this is not to, but we have it
from a source which we cannot doubt
If this -ic'.ion i not "extra Executive
we are at a los3 to know hat to term
it. It is claimed by tome that Stoddard's
wa.T not an aggravated case, but it was
sufficiently aggravated that Eleven of the
twelve jurymen before whom in was tried
were in favor of a three years sentence,
while a single man stuck for one year,
which was finally agreed upon.
Miller and Morton are now ready to
carry out that oft repeated threat, made
by Morton, that when the Democratic
party of Nebraska failed to serve him
and his purposes, then he was read to
break it up. In the "new order" Miller
is to be the chl -f adviser, aud will prob
ably seek another viit to the "burnt dis
trict" in ccaipany with Senator Hitch
cock, while Morton will make these Otoe
county Democrats, who refused to obey
him under the old party rule, dance a
hornpipe whilo he furni.-.hes the musk.
Ho has "ieL-konid without his host,"
ho'.ve er, for if we mistake not he v. ili
have a lively time in whipping in su.h
free thinkers as Thorn, Dillon, Hawhe,
CV.lh 'Un, ar.i a h;st of others whom we
could name in O:oe county. Miller bus
tried long and faithfully to forcj the De
mocrats of Nebraska to do his bidding,
and now that he is fuily convinced that
hecanuot accomplish this result, has de
termined to try a i-ot? dodge, and will
break up the parry and force them to
ibllow his leadership iu the new deal
which is intended to make himself and
Morton the great moguls of the State.
Sail in Miller; go it Morton; we pity
We copy the following dispatcher
from the Blair Times as fair samples of
the manner in which . a certain class of
correspondents attempted to (and actu
ally did) create public opinion du:ing
the recent session of the Legislature:
Liscoln, January 2I'd, 1S71.
The people here are arming for self
protection. They are determined to dis
burse the rump Legislature and Senate
at all hazards. Ji?l Senatorial and Rep
resentative districts prepare coffins for
their revolutionary members. Give us
Salt ! or give us death !
To the Tiuks :
Lincoln, January 24th.
The respectable citizens here are gath
ering at the Capitol this morning and
making preparations to trout the rump
senate to a coat of tar and feathers.
Ilou.-e ditto. Both Houses are beastly
We know nothing as to who is respon
sible for the above, neither do we care to
know. He is a fair specimen of the
hireling correspondents of the Omaha
Herald and JStpuLlican with the excep
tion of J. A. MacMurphy ("Tip Top"),
who is entitled to iha thanks of the hon
est citizens of the State for the fairness
with which ho spoke of public matters
and public men while he acted as corre
spondent cf tho Omaha Republican.
AiJe from him, the men who wrote let
ters and telegraphed to the Omaha pa
pers during the rect-nt session were ir
responsible young men, who had neither
reputation nor honor to lose, and who
eiomed to act on the belief, that the
greater number of opprobio us epithets
they could u-c and the more dastardly
and villainous accusations they could
make, the nearer they would come to
pleasing their masters aud earning the
money which was paid them for such
The members of the Legislature were
ju-stly entitled to severe cen.-ure for some
of their act, but they were also entiled
to some measure of justice. With all
their faults they were immeasurably bet
ter men than those who sat there day
after day and sent such villainous dis
patches as the above, which did not con
tain a single element of tm;L or manly
justice. Will the men who were pres
ent at the capital on the 23d and 24th
sit quiet and allow such dispatches as the
above to be published without attempt
ing to do justice to the men against
whom they are aimed? . So far as we
know not fipgle iatere;t in common
with these men, neither person J nor po
litical, while wo have reasons of the
storngest kind for opposing very many of
them and wishing to f e th -m on the 'un
derside" in the political struggle; yet we
cannot so far forretthe duties we owe to
them as men as to refuse to raise a
voice in correcting some of the slanders
which have been heaped npou them by
hireling correspondents cf a venal and
malicious press. We were at tho capi
tal on the 24th, and we know whereof
we speak. We defy any man to name
a single occurrence on that day that
could possibly be distorted into anything
disorderly or unbecoming the dignity of
any legislative body, or the peoule as
sembled, if wo except the acts cf the
aforesaid correspondents, and on this
point we appeal to the honesty of even
the bitterest enemies of this nuch ma
ligned (yet deserving censure) legislative
THE VoTiL'E Ol' TI1E PHES3.
Tho unanimous voice of the Republi
can press of Nebraska, so far as ex
pressed, is in favor of more thorough
party linos in futnre than during the
past few years, believing this to be the
true solution of tha present political
muddle in this State. Tho Fremont
Tribune says :
The "njuddV of our Legislature can
hardly be said to be a Democratic or
Republican affair it is rather honest
men against plunderers and disorgani
zes. Both political parties furnish men
for each wing but the bulk of the
shameless outfit is made upof the "peo
ple 8 ticket men, or those who were
nomiuatcd on one ticket and received a
lare support of thi oppositon part3
eithtr through unpopularity oi j arty
candidate or local feeling, l'rom the
shameful action of this class of men our
State is learning a severe lesson, and in
future we shall hear of less "bulling.
scratching and trading" and'sca a square
stand-up for party men.
Ibis is tue only proppr course, then a
party must stand slnl or laM on the
record of its chosen representatives.
THE "TIMBUEa. BIXIXESS."
The Onaha committee to look after
the transfer question hai returned from
Boston, and it is sail they brought a
ItJLIU I1U1U1LI lit'. IS 14. w -U , kl ... 1 i w II
dieted that the jeople of Council BiuSTs
taay ct be able to hear the sound there
of, even if they do net admire the music.
We rejoice with the people of Omaha in
the solution o: this troublesome ques
tion. While it insures a brilliant future
for Omaha, it is a'.5o a triumph for the
whole State, inasmuch as that which en
riches Omaha, cr any other pa:t cf the
State, adds to the apgresato wealth of
the State. The transfer quccticn Las
been cno of great moment to the two
cities directly interested, acd each have
put forth their entire i forts to secure
the b.neCts a:idn t'.oitfrom. It el
ways appeared to us that Council BIuUs
hal the alvai,ij iu tue strife, but that
fact only ad Is to the Lii-lianey of the
victory lor Umpha, k, as it appeals,
they have at last secured a permanent
settlement of the question on a basis cf
lasting benefit to Omaha, and oi:r cntiie
State. Let the noise of the "timbrel"
be heard over the entire State.
ha Herald scys it "bagged in
vain to huva party organizations main
taiuel iu the Legislature after the elec
tion of Davil Butler to the Govcrnor
thip." Was the Herald right then, or
6 it right now, when it advocates tho dis-
bauding of all parties except the oue of
which Dr. Miller aspires to be the charn
I'ion and leader. Wc believed at the
tima above alluded to that the Herald
was right, and we f till believe it. If it
wa riht then, it is evidently wrong
now. It would fc-eeai that there is a vein
of vindictiveness somewhere in tha Her
ald management and that it now desires
like a spoiled boy to break up all party
organizations, even including its "never
changing Democ acy" because the
Democrats of the Stat'3 refused to fol
low its dictation a year ago. Either this,
or tha Herald is insincere in it declara
tions, and only desires to play another
Philadelphia Convention, in order to
break up the Republican party and
throw the rebellious Democracy it. to
power by the "swallowing" process of"
which it spoke only a thort time since
Some person in Lincoln seems to have
endeavored to personate Hon. Seth Ro
binson, ex-Attoruey General of the State,
in the matter of advice relative to cer
tain State Lands, whereupon the said
Robinson publishes a card in tWe Jour-
and winds up with the following pui
picture of himself, that the unsuspect
ing may not hereafter be imposed upon:
Now, know all men by these presents,
that I Seth Rubinsou, the subscriber,
am a person of light c-jmpiexion and
hght hair, (which i wear lung, partly
lom vanity, paitly from indolence, and
partly to appear eccentrical;) that 1 hab
itually wer a ferocious, piratical mous
tache, aio light and bordering disagree
ably upon red, that, in person, I am
sliorc, stoutly built and stoop shouldered,
with a countenance uot entirtly pleas .tit,
and that my oiiiee is on tha corner of O
aud ll:h Etrett, where I do busiac-as
and give udvke.
Abrasion op Coins. A statement
having been made that a single bank in
London had lost 35,WO, in one year by
the abrasion of the gold coins, a prac
tical philosopher visited the Bank of
England in order to examine into the
matter. This gentleman reports that
the whole breadth of a counter, upon
which the sun happen d to be shining,
displayed myriads of particles of gold,
which had evidently been struck off,
mainly, by tho sharp edges of the steel
shovels used to remove portions of the
heap of sovereigns. It is also asserted
that the milled edges of the sovereigns
must assist in the natural rasping-if tho
Hotels are turning up all over New
rlngland where Fislt stopped when he
was a poddler.
A Connecticut womau's giief for lir
huband a death is said to have been in
creased by the thought that the parlor
curtains were in the wash.
In Switzerland editor-i who advocate
woman's rights are prosecuted" according
to law, and one narrowly escaped convic
tioa recently in the Canton of Url
All tbo old maid? in Maine claim that
they cou'd have married the present
Governor of that State in the days when
he was hard up and wore hickory thirt?.
For a lady to understand how to keep
up an intelligent and interesting conver
sation with -more than ona man at a time,
has become one of the lost art. -
Parton is cngracious enough to remark
that many American ladies, were they
sentenced to be hanged to morrow,
would a.-k as their prst question, "Hare
I a hanging dress?"
A saloon keeper, having started busi
nesa in a building where trunks
had been made, asked a friend' what J?e
had better do with the old sitrn, "Trunk
Factory." "Ob," said the friend "just
chango" the T to D, and it will suit you
A correspondent who witnessed the
sorting and counting, at the Treasury
Department, of the burned mney from
the Chicago ruins, gives this word of
warnin g: Anybody is liable to be burned
out ; any fire proof safe is subject to be
ing brought under the test of extreme
heat, and its contents roasted ; so that I
all persons having notes, bonds or post-
ace stamDs put away for safe keeping, i
should take the precaution to keep them
spread out their full size, no placed
neatly over the other, and in case of an
accident or a calamity, such as that at
Chicago, very little will be be lost in the
proee33 of redemption. All notes, whose
value can le made out, are redeemed at
full value. There is no discount on
burned money, as there is oa mutilated
Charity Chanty is a universal duty,
which it is in every man's power some
times to practice; there is scarcely auy
man in such a state of imbecility, that
lie may not on some occasions benefit his
neighbor. He that cannot relieve" the
poor, may instruct the ignorant; and he
that cannot attend the sick, may reclaim
the vicious. He that caa &ivn little as
sistance himself, may yet perform the
duty of charity by-inibuuingthe ardor of
others, and recommend: ns: th" petitions
he cannot grant to thote who have more
Tun Kind of Wifk to Choose Af
ter ad, in looking out for a wife, a man
must coi.s.diT how she will show at the
lirc-Kd- rather than at parties. You
can leara so much of literary and wthet
ic tastes, the favorite books that are al
ways in hand, tho music that is regularly
studied and sung, the kind of associa
tion?, r.n 5 tho. general order of tastes.
It is by far the best way of getting up a
flirtation, 'which is not unpleasantly
done under patental eyes, when such
eyes are kindly ani benignant. Love
making is an uncommonly- pleasant em
lovmcnt for 'he winter rights. You
t?i:r.' talk of thi perils of yor.rtJf lua"
when thty corns up to town; but there
is tio better safeguard than giving such
young fell .ws the association of home
and sweet wusacn. Parents make an ici-meh-c
mistake in taking too severely
monetary a . iew of a young fellow's
prospects. I never ki.ew a young feliow
und-rr ever so dim a cloud, who wiih
purpose and ability, could not work
out his way into the sunlight. Better
even the lot:g engagement, or tin? fatly
marriigc, than many other suppositions
that u;ih: be put. London Society.
Akecdote or Goethe Goethe r.as,
!bra tinse, manag-r of an amateur thea
tre at Weimar. Once, when the "Jeal
ous liujbaud" was to L-3 perilrmed, tha
gentleman who was to act the loer was
suddenly taken ill. A Saxon captain
gooi-naturcaly undertook to play the
part, although he confessed he had but
little .experience in such mitters. llo
went through tho rehearsals very decent
ly, and there wrs little doubt but that,
with thjs help of a food prompter, all
would go cu well. But when the poor
captain iictually appeared before the au
dience hs seemed to los;e ali - memory;
still he continued to halt on till the jeal
ous husband was to rush in and tab
him. At thi unlucky moment hs for
got his catchword aud continued ham
ming for several minutes while the furi
ous husband was siattding between the
side scenes with uplifted dagger, ready
to strike. The captain was about to be
gin his part afie-h, catchwords and all,
when, on the advice cf Goethe, the hus
band rushed in and with one desperate
lunge thought to s.lencc him. Not so;
the c iptaiu stood like a wall It was to
no purpose that his adversary o- treated
him, in a low vi ice, to fall and die. "I
have not got the catchword, ' was the in
variable rep y. At la-t, Goethe, quite
out of patience, called from behind the
t-cenes: "Stab him in the back if he
won't I all we mu-t get til of him at all
events." Upon this the hu-band, who
had lost all prescence of mind, cried with
a voic of thunder, "Die villain !" and
gave him at the same time such a blow
in thr t?ide that the captain, unprepared
for this attack in the fhnk, actually fell
down from the shock, upon which Goethe
fearing his resuscitation, instantly sent in
uriiH stout servants with order to carry
fiiO Ou, dead or alive, by main force.
Woman's rights were fairly exempli
fied at South Bend, Ind., a few years
mro. A vrmrnn who had never heard oi'
Viccri Woo lhufi or Lucy Stone, killed
three hou", hunir thent up and drossed
them wiri-out any help whatever f:o
any lord of creation.
A Kan' as paper's cow obituary says:
'"There is not a tann wagon in the coun
try that she has not stolen something
out of; not a gate in town that sh has
not opi ne 1 ; and tho stonps thiit have
been thrown at her would make five
miles of turnpike."
The En peror of China is about to
mary, a'td it is suggested that he come
over be introduced around here. ; Who
speaks first to be Mrs. China.
Davenport, it is said, spent enortch
n o tey hist year for beor alone to have
built two $10:1,000 school hu-tes, a $5'V
Oun'library building, and furnish it with
J5M00 worth of books ; con'-trnft a
$2UiCi) park, and then have left 0100,
CU'J for ui tributiou among the poor.
Several ladies of Troy, married and
single, are talking about getting up
a society to oppose the organization of
any more "lodges" of any kind in that
city. They claim there are too many
attraction at tho ledges every night in
the week to ruit thero.
TUUItSDAY, FEBRUARY 1 !S72
Chicago, January 20.
There is much excitement here over a
Tumor that St. Louis is burninc un. Sto
ries are current tn the streets rivaling in
imaeinaUvo horror the Chicago couna
gration. The only foundation for the
report seems to be the fact that a large
foundry and one or two other houses
burned thero last night, an account of
which was sent in these dispatches.
There has been no iire at ail in St. Louis
to day. .
New York, January 20.
Stokes was arragined to plead in the
Court of Oyer and Terminer this morn
ing. His lawyer, John Graham, said he
intended to move to quash the indict
ment; that the grand jury had been giv
en the case before the coroner's jury had
given their verdict, and the coroner had
kept back tho fact as to whether the de
ceased was armed, and otherwise to exer
cise authority contrary to the State in its
anxiety to obtain a murderous verdict.
Tho papers wera clandestinely trans
ferred to the grand jury; the coroner,
too, violating his previous promise,,
placed upon the jury a lawyer named
Morsel B. Field, whose motives were
prejudiced. Graham olludad to the part
taken by cx-Judge Fullerton in obtain
ing tho indictmeut anin-t Strikes, sav
ing Fullerton became acqua nted with
ail of Stoke'e piivate affairs as his coun
sel, and then, Stokes refu-ing to pay
him an erroneous counsel fee of five
thousand dollars, sued him, subsequent
ly u-ing hia knowledge as his former
counsel to secure an indictment again-t
Et-'kes. The foregoing were brought
before the court by Graham in shape of
District Attorney Garver stated that
he did i propose to put in contradicto
ry affidavits. Graham then ajkei the
quashing of the indictment on the
ground that the sitting or the two grand
juries was unconstitutional; that the pre
sentment should be sent bofjro another
grand jury after the 1st ol February.
The District Attorney replied to Gra
ham, and argued that nothing had been
iilegaliy dene in the wan nut quashing
the indict merit. Ha referred to the Stv
ase assault of Graham upon ex Judge
Fullerton, as unwarrantable and f-xce-tioual.
He gave in dttail the ciicum
stanees of the shooting of Ft-k.
It is very probable Tweed will go to
Albany to-day or to-morrow. He is now
said to have secure 1 a sufficient num
ber of Senators to en :b!e him to take
and keep his scat.
New Yoik, January 30.
The Tribune to-tr.orrow will publish a
letter from Mayor Hall to Comptroller
Green, in which he announced his inten
tii si of fonn ratiiing from office. The
Tribune will also publish to-morrow a
li-t of the outstanding claims against the
city and county, which are to be submit
ted to the new board to audit. It says
a brief examination of the li-t shows
that many of th.; frauds by which Tweeu
proii ed are concealed in the.-e bills. Ac
companying t!iisht arc ai-o c initial Csti
mates obtained from the comptrciier of
the cost of 15 public departments for
the prcset't year, they aggregate l,Ci3
048 i2. The Tribune denounces them
as extravagant and urges! a close scruti"y,
net only of the outstanding claims but
the department appropriations.
It appears that tho audit bi'i signed
by the governor forbids the payment of
any debts in excess of appropriations,
aud additional legislation w.ll be neces
aty b'.fbre most of the city creditors can
Mayor Flail to day signed bondo to the
amount of $21 1,000, tho proceeds to be
u-edforthe payment of the interest of
the city hond.s due February 1st. Bids
for the city stock anl bonds were opened
by the comptroller. All were at par
The Herald's Washington special says
that. Cox's resolution to prohibit the
commission on the neiotiation of the
government bonds accords with the
wishes of the Bankers of the country.
Tweed is still in the city and declines
saying what he will do concerning the
taking of his seat in the legislature.
Atuoiig the bills recently presented to
the legislature at Al' any is one propos
ing the removal of the presidents of the
Irish and Geituan benevolent soceity
from the commission of em migration.
Salt Lake, January 29.
In the Council to-day, the reading of
the Governor s veto on the admission
bill was followed by groans and hisses.
Members spoke of it with mingled anger
Grorge Q. Cannon, the apostle, said
that the ignorance of the message wa
only equa'lcd ty its impudence. If he
hal a boy twelve year3 old who could not
write a better document, he would cuif
A motion wa3 finally made and carried
that the veto should not be spread upon
Mormon papers are exceedingly bitter
on the veto. The News says the federal
officers will go as far in their aiitagosism
and olfetisivenencss as thy are likely to
be soily on personal consido:ation.
The Council appointed a committee to
act with tha lloue committee, to pre
pare a joint resolution, submitting to the
people the master of convening a con
vi titicn to draft a State constitution and
eh ct delegates to petition Congre-s for
It is said that the United States At
torney will move to-monow to admit all
prisoners, held under a process of the
United States Court, to bail.
Salt Lake, January 30.
Brigham Y"oung advertises in the
church organ, that in lflCG he offiied a
reward of five hundred dullars lor the
arres-t of the murderers of Dr. J. K.
Robinson, but now, in consequence of
danger to the lives of innocent men, he
withdraws that offer.
To morrow : ftcrnoon Chief Justico
Mo Kt-in wili hear a motion of United
States Deputy Attorney High, to admit
all piisontrs charged with murder to
bail. The order for this motion corner
by telegraph l'rom Attorney Gcnenal
W'il.iams, and is done, as stated, to save
expense. . . .
One hundred and ninety ton3 of bull
ion from Ball-u, Buell fc Co's works at
Teconia, were shipped to New York
Sunday via steamer and tha isthmus.
The inducements of this retite are lower
Accounts from tho mining districts
are more than ever gratifying. Oue
furnace in little Cottonwood ha run out
sinco the 11th instant, one huniied and
four tons of bullion. This will go by way
ef San Francisco and the isthmus.
The legislature has assembled and is in
Raleigh, January 30 Gen. M. W.
Ransom ha? been elected Uuited States
senator. The republicans generally took
no part in the election, claiming that tho
legislature has no rbjht to elect a senator
at this time. -
New Orleans, January 30. The con
gressional comuiiittea h-d a long session
to-day. Tho testimony of Burc'i was
concluded. McIIan, assistant clerk of
the house, was examined. G. W. Car
ter was then Talid. It took hiuwhreo
and a bilf hours to teil what he knew
about the difficulty. No new difficul
ties. Burcli. attributed the governor's
opposition to himself and Carter to a
personal motive, caused by the fact tha'
they sided with the late Lieutenant Gov
ernor Dunn. At three o'clock the com
mittee went into executive session.
Clilcngo (nitla HnrKe .
Chicazo, January 30.
Cat tie receipts l,0OU; beef cattle dull
and weak, sales 3 0U(,4 8"4 for eows
and good butchers' steers; 4 50C(5 C2i
for fair to choice shipping stet rs.
Hogs receipts 10,000; uiaiket farm
aud a shade higher; sales at 4 3o(n;4 00
for light; 4 65( 4 75 for extra prime
Ciiicaso Iroince Hnrkrt.
Chicago, Ja. uaiy 29.
Floor dall and nominal; winter extras
8 25'u S50: sni ine' extra C, 25fa 6 50 :
spring super 4 75. Wheat quiet; east-;
! l. nr. r !
ein au vices uwavoraoie; io. j. spring i
23 rash, 1 23(d 24? seller February ;
1 24fl 25r laM half Febtuary, closing
1 23 Jrebruary; 1 5 A'arch; JNo I
spring nominal atl 27i; No. 3 do. 1 13;
Corn, q-eiet, weak and declined J(2te.
Oats, quiet and unchanged; No. 2 32j
cish or seller February; 32 seller April.
Rye quiet and a shade firmer ct 0$i for
No. 2. Dressed hops in good demand
and firm; sales at 5 bo(J. 5 10. Mess pork
firmer and advanced 5(jl0 t; 12 7S(il2
80 se'ler February; 13 U0( 13 05 March.
Lard firm and steady at 8 .I-5 cash or sel
ler February; 0 10 seller March.
Ht. Lwuls Prcdueo h'arkrt.
' St. Louis, January 30.
Flour quiet and unchanged and busi
ness very light. Wheat stiff and high
er; No. 2 Chicago soring I 30; sampie
lots of No. 3 lull 1 55fe-l 57. Corn
slow;- No. 2 41; Oats strong; No. 2 37('
37. Barley firm at G5 for prime Iowa.
Ryo firm and better at 7577. Whisky
quiet at S3. Fork firm at 13 25. Dry
salt meat a sp- culative demand and high
er; loose clear 0 do. clear rib at St. jo.
C; and large lots of country cured meat
was sold at private sale. Bacon firm;
small rales of cleai rib 7; clear 7; gen
erally held at 7$(tS. Lard firm, small
sales of steam at st j. Hogs firm at 4(4.
Cattle active for shippers at 5 00((5 35;
middling to piia:e 4 00(4 75.
Anecdotk op IIandkl. Handel was
ono of tho most humorous rf mortals,
and at the same time one of the mo.-t
irritable. His best jokes were perpetra
ted ficqucntly during his most violent
bursts of passion.
Having oceaeion to bring out one of
his best oratorios in a provincial town of
England, he began to look about for such
materiel to complete his orchestra aud
chorus a the place might afford. One
and another wa r- commended, as usual,
as being a splendid singer, a great play
er, and so on. After a while, such an
were collectable were gatheted together
in a room, and after preliminaries Hand
el made his appearance, puffing, both
arms full cf manuscripts. "Gentlemen "
qnoth he, 'you a 1 read manuscripts?"
"Yes, yes," responded from nil ? arts of
the room. "We play in church," added
an old man behind a violi leello. "Very
well, blay di," said Ilanic! distributing
This done, and a few explanations de
livered, Handel retired to a distant art
of the room to onjoy tha effect. The
stuuiiiling, fumbling, aud blundering
tharnsued is said to have been inde
scribable. Handel's sensitive ear and
impetuous spir.t could oot brook the in
sult, and clapping hi hands to his ears
he ran to the old gentleman of the vio
lincello, and shaking his wrist furiou ly
at the terrified man and the instrument
said : "You blay in the church ! ve;y
well you may blay in do church for we
read, de Lord is long salTering, of loving
kindness, forgiving inixuity, tra sg-es-sion
and sin; you shall blay in de church,
but you shall not blay for me!" an!
snatching together bis munuscript he
rnshed cut of the room, leaving his
astonished performer to draw their own
The Omaha Herald has
headed leader iu which it broaches the
extremely original idea, that the way to
do it next fall, is for the Democracy to
take in the sore-headed Republican- and
march on to victory.
ft- i i
tne troub.e is
that under the JlerahF lead, on'y a cor
poiai's guard can be trot'.ed out of the
We'll give the Herald all th fellows
who are too pure to be Republican r.y
longer, and then beat any ticket the JLr
aid faction and tha sore-heads can get
up, by a larger majority than was ever
given in tbo State up to date. Lincoln
An economical Towan, who had a toothy
acln determined to remove his tooth in
tht Indian Fashion. Accordingly he bent
cown a sappling iu the woods, Ly down
himself, and attached a stuut coid to his
tooih and the sappling. Then he touched
the spring, and the next thing he knew
he had jumped over a grove of about
torty small trees, and was trying to get
out of a small pond that he happened
to alight in.
It i sail that, three new States will
apply for admission into the Union, and
two new Territories will apply for incor
poration at this s-'SMon of Ct gr?ss. Tho
Territories seeking admission are Utah.
Colorado and New-Mexico. 'J he nw
Territories are to be known a- l'en.bina
and Oklahoma Pembina is, or is to be,
a country on the Red River of the North,
to extcr. 1 from Minnesota to Montana,
and from the 4Cth to the 4'3ih degree of
north latitude. Oklahoma will only be
a reorganization of the Indigo Territory
OrtiiBttnce Io 15
Ad Ordinance in relation to the opening of
Sitieet. Areuues Ac.
Be it Ordained Ly the Mayor and Cvun
cilmen of the City f,f Pmttsmoulh.
SRC. 1. Thit wlienersr in the opinion of tho
COuueilof SftiJcity of i'laujmourti. ir xhall lm
i ntcciurj to Ink? i-nrn e pmptriy tor miv of
) th.ciur;,oes enuuierati-i in clause thirty ti'x or
thirty i-even oi section thirty oi o of an uct of
loebcs.riHiure ol Nm Mu of iSeKuaka ai
provea AJurch 1-t IsTl. eutiLleJ "au Act to iu
cjrorate cits cf the iwou'l c- and to de
li tie thoir jocrs,"ihe city ccjinovr make,
a u- v.-y and pint of tha lots un l Jan!3 over
JtirtiKh or upon which tho street, avennue,
fctlcy. or lana t j be created, opened, widened,
eMi-iiJiJ or ether iiuprovemurt to ho
uiinle will be locatcJ and rcj ort tai l survey
atd plat to the council; and it shall be the duty
oi the committee -cu trest. a Icy a and bridge
to ntx -ii ue wuh the owuer or amenta of th-j
lots or Iatids. over, through or uj.on which
fr.iJ Unnrcvemetit is to he made nt to tha .Sum.
ase wn;ou will bo sutuncd by rca-on of md
improvement nn-J rci-ort tho result to the coun
cil. Ht.C. 2. If tho laid damage cannot be agreed
upi,a ttttrctn the council and tha woe- or
Agent oi fai t lets -r land, the m'.i council Khali
elect, by !R:lct. five disinterested hoiischoldors
rfsidcLU ol said city, wlictc duly it Khali be to
afctrtain and ass.ss the rir.uiui-'e arid itcrnn.
pense due tbe ren-eetive owuera of aiiid lots or
laud. A rceord of aaid election fhnJl be Kept
by ihe city clerk, and suid eoiumLslouera f hil
:wh rceive the :um ot two dulliirs neruuy lor
each day actually employed.
S.vC. o. lleloro the saj.u cDimniaiioBcri fhail
emer npon the di.-charjre tirthcir snid duties
the city council Khali pive at leait ton duy
wntieu notice to the owner or owners of ha id
lo;a and lands, it kaorcn and reid-i.U of the
city, and to ruch oontr or owners us are n .t
ki;oro or ure turn -re. dent of the city, notice
shall he g!ven by publication lr three weeks
in one 1 the city paj.t-rs. fSnid tiotice aha!!
set io:th tee intended :ijprop.riatiou u: raid-loU
and laud aud t-baU state the time nt whiob. tue
cotiimi.sioiiera will jiroceed to vier id pro-
iiii-ci ar.u tiwiiie llictr aiPcsiucntfi.
t-K':. I. sjjjd cmnii'l.ssiniiern in tha diseSinrce
of their 8;iid .lulic shuil act under oa:a fiiilh
luhy and impartially to make tho a-ss!!ieut
to tnem submitted and said oath shall be liloi
wiih the city clerk, tsa-d commissioner may
receive any legal evidence oter6d in order to
aid thcic ia the discharge of their said duties
and rha'l have power to administer oaths to
iit.cSi.es and ni iy if accs.-ary adjourn from day
kc 5. Within four woeks of their appoint
ment the uid Culi u'lii ioneru a!l make a full
return and report to the council of their asif-'s-meats;
whereupon it fthail bo the duty ot the
city clerk 10 caueto be piblishcd for one week
in one of the city p; per a notice of rai.t re
turn aud also of a st ted meeting at which all
parties interested may appear bifjre the cauu
cii anil present any o-jectioa v.-iiich tuey may
h-ive tu the conlirmatioa of the report and
tieo. . ivhenall objection tt the a.ese-e-mcntrlull
have becu beared and duly conjjider
e l by the council, the said council iui make
r.ti rdr of confirmation which shall be enter
ed upon the regular jourcal of their proceed
ings. tefiC. 7. Whencrer any street, avenue, alley
or lane shall have b"cn surveyed and laid out
tirouih or over nnylots or lauds in cunf ri.-;i
ty w-.Lh this Oidiiuin-.-e ani after the damages
awarded to ttie owner or owners of said lots or
laiidsappropriateii and condciar.cd in cn:"or
miry with tins oidirnnce s!i;ill hava been paid
or tendered to such owner or bis agent, or t-ha!l
havo been dejiciitPil to hu or her credit, with
the city treasurer, the streetcomtnissioner si. all i
i:ave iuii power ana auti.criiy to proceed to
ot en said street, a venue, alley or laBe aud
iLiike the Ftaie pa.-iable.
t-i.e 8. Thia or-Jinaa-oe to tii o c:Tuct frora aal
af:er ifj ra.-'s-Mre.
Approved January 20lh 1872.
Attest: P. II. axatta, L'i:y Clerk.
Thereby certify tliat tho fcreco'njr is
(L. S.) the original onlinariC" parted asd ap
proved Jan. 20-h 1STL'..
Attest: li. U. Vanaiia, City Clerk.
THE S5TH STATEMENT
Phccnix Endurance Co
Of Hartford, Ccnn.,
on the 1st day of Jan., 1372.
The Assets of the company are as follows:
Cash cn hand and in Car-k Jt.K),4S3 7'J
Ca-'h in hands ol A&uuUand in course
of tru a. 'mission 12.50ti 04
Ke-1 L.- ate. 65.WWOJ
Hills recuivab e for loans, secured by
t. c'atTa! security lOi.tHJO 00
I;Il3 rcceivnblu for luuns, secured by
l.eul Estate 2?.3"fl (0
Interest accrued ....'.. 'J -lliil't
Jiauk aud ot!;er pt.'eka CCT.'lloW
U. Si. U.ni'is itii,i:ki.t vaiaei iJii'j.VJ 00
S.ato nn-t city toci and b( uus. 2 'i M ) r-0
rtaiiroad bonds 3,7,-ilKUO
ToUl hah litties
SI ?:.S.8'5! 37
6 V.l;o7 'S-i
D. II. WltKELKtt. Aeei:t,
STATE OF NEBRASKA
. It is hereoy certified, that there h:u been fi'f-d
in this olhce a svrn HOttcnen.. showing tho
condition of the Phrcuix Insurance Companv,
locatea at Har.ford in tbe fetal ; of t'nnnec'ieut
on the 31st day cf December A. 1. Js7ii jn ac
cordance with the j.rovisinn of sn Ae'-nf ihc
tlene al Assembly of the ftiite of N'eba-tn. to
KcKubite Insurance J uipiu.es. approve ! Fcb
ruiry 12h IS': that sai l Coinp .ny having fi ed
the necessary paj er. tin 1 a i-taim nt tfcowii g
that sa:d Company is pispc5-d of the requisi e
amount of Capital, and invested as required
Antno'-ity is thererore piven to the a.ove
name Company t. transact their apprei-riite
busfneis ol J ire In?uiua.-e, ia t ils State, in ac
cordance wi Iithi laws thureo. unld the UUt
uiiy ot January, i'.i.
1 farther eertity, tint 1. H. Wheeler, cf
Plalt.-uinuth. County ol t as-s, is aiit.hori.i-d to
trauKact busine??' aj' -crdit'i; to !i f ir sai l l o'i -pauy
as their A(?en: aid Attorney, bv fiilf.c
this Certificate lor Record with the Clerk oi
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
unto set my hand an 1 a lixed mv eal
iL. S.J of ofiicc. at Liucolu, this .j.h day of
. . , Anaitor of State.
S m P E R S A L
Fire Insurance Co-
Establislied A I). 1S03,
Capital and Ca.h Accumulatiori",
Ten million Dollars In Geld
CEiicncro YaOh?h nil Pafd
UOLLAII FOR DOLLAU.
Th reputation and ftanIir.gr which 'his com
p .my has secur. d ditrinj the ."ixt-tiine years
it has ir'nj i- i d bui-inosthroi;i;ii.u. the worl-1,
tocthcr with the larsa s nd ntiuoitS'-ed security
i oil'ersjor all -ts ob iati'ins, c.aims lor it a
kh.;ra o-'the jmb ic ptmnair-i.
Policies ij ucd aud los.ec paid I y
13. E PAfflKK. Agent,
Not. 19. dA-w3m
editc.l I y tlail har.i (ton. st. Wood, and II.
V. U.-borre, md include oniony its riifi.lnr
p'iritrii.tito-3 Home tireeloy. (ia:l Haviiti".
Tho. K Beech -r; Dr. D o Lewis. Ir. W. W.
Hall. James Pa-tun. etc. Iii. rriet Licchc.r
S;t' . li:ick i'fCicrov. John (i Sixe. l j.
-ienT Kilpairiek. l'. tr.detini V. Nh1-v-. eto ,
write for it ocea ionaHy. Terns, Mne Iioilar a
ye:ir. In clabbiny. three firet-ciat-s peri.idi- !
are given 'or the prico of ono of tli"to. The
ino.-t l-heral Preifiinm Lit ever pcblishd No
erio ical is more frequently or favorably men
tioned br the pre?1:.
' Wood's llcu'ciioM ilarttine is -n of the
irocumeuts i b-i-ia ente'inise whic'i murk
th us:" Mc-tho Lt H,ne Jonraal, I'hila ici
I'ljm. Pa. -
"It baj been improved evf-r since we t'oew it
a it or., i criterion tor he luiure." Courier,
rcw Jli-ket Ccmida. -
'I' i- a tuarvel i f chonpneJ? aid r.-t-e ass
qi liity cotnair-.e 1." Sno I'ori Timet.
Si'tcimei. Copy sent ire t" -;r y :.i ii c.-3. .
S. S. WoOI CO.
f j'lTF Tenth Voluit..- -I Wood's Household
is roBLaoure it
JlATlf AWAY A grYBOLT.
a. . luuira.
4Qr-0ftcs frit JKaIb anal S-Ad attoed
per tcvbfV. -
OP. SALE OA RSTST.
The Drooerty belonaino' to D. Marnnott will ha
sold or rented on reasonable tonus. The house
contains 6 rooms. There in also a large oiftern.
with hitter, a cellar, a stable, and other convea
iences. Apply to T. M. AIAKUUTT.
S. tIAXWILL. IU. It. CBirMAf
RltXlTBLL &. CAjJf Ar,
ATTOHNrVS AT LAvf and Solicitor.
Chancery. Tlaitstnouth. STsbraska, Offloe
1 usgeruJd li.ook. . apiU
0. H.VUIBtlt. L. . tinilTf
Retl Estate and Tar Paying Atrente, Ifoti ri
i-ul lic, 1- ire and Life Icsuranea AeaU, Platt
. k. i.ivt;sT.v, no a
PI1YSICIAN AND SURGEON ten. w 11
proteKsional service to the citizens of C assicon' T
ty. Kcsideuoesouthe rt uornerof Oak aadsu to
streets: office on Ma n ctreet. one dor we
of Lyiuan's Lumber Yard Plattsmoutb, Nob.
Arrosufvs At Law.
-Pra-tics in all tho courts of the StatosJ
Special nttnt:-on riven to collections and nat
ters of Probate
Office over the Poet OSes rinttsmouth, Neb
J. c. rox.
v. n. VBIILU.
pox & tviiF.ri.i ii.
.ATTORXK YS AT LAW.-?peciul attrntfeu
fiven to probate buiueng and laud title caef .
tfu-e iD tho MaMouio Llock, Alain Sueot,
J. vr. ESAri.i.s, id. d.,
rnYSICIAN AND SU ItO EON. late Pnr-"
reon-in-Chief of the Army of the Potomac.
I'lMtUmouth. NebrMfka. Office at (). F. JohtM
son's iJrujtetore Main street, oiposite Clark A
ITuiuiuer. Private residence corner of Rock msA
CARPENTER ANI JOINER, will do ml'
" :k in hi line on short notice and in the htm,
e. Contracts for building-tuatle on reaona.
i stero. Shop cue block south cf Platte Vai
JOUN FrrZOSRALD rropr!to
MaiD Street, Between 5th aod 6lh.gt
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE;
E4 U. 6CHUTT. r.-oprietor.
Coiner Maii and FourlU StroeU, PlatUmaothl'
C. liLlb'i'.L, Propriety. Htviig recently bet
rrpnircd and idaced in thoiouuh running ordr
I Kj.O-.i'J I!us!ic!s of W heat wanted imiaeuiatei
f r whioU the hieheet market price wUl be pa e
CARPENTERS A JOINERS, Are prepare
to do work in good style, on short notion, en j
an cheap as the cheapest. MjT bbop, corner oJ
VsinM-.i Ki-m-.i streets. pg3 d It,
f. n o D A P p "7
Houso Hnd Sisrn Painter, fTrainini,' Iajr,'
hnnginK and orr.a'nental PaintinR, Orders
prp'ii!ily filled, chop uorlh f Price's Lla&k
uuib tihop. oc-7dittt.
E2. S3. CAfT5Ea5,
General Insurance agent, t-nr! Notary Pnbllo,'
Lite, i ire au I Marine Insurance, at reason
ahl rates in the uiot n.l-mnii:d Companies in
the United S-iit-8. CITice front room over Post'
Office with T. M. Marquett.
Platutnouth. Ncbrjka. April 5th. diw.
QENLRAL iNSUFlNCE AG'T
Represents some of the m03t reliable Compas;
ies in ihe United States. ,
Offioe witk Barnes A Pollock in Fittrera14
Bloek . UanTdiwU'
of the condition of the
iETNA Insurance Co.-
On the f rt day of January, A. D..1S72. ilade'
to the Stale of Nebraska.
The n&me of the Coiporation !i
JDVHA INSURAUE COMPAUt
Located at Ilartford, Conn. The capital it
and is all paid up.
Oah on hand and in hank
Cush in hands of agsnis, and
4',3 iss 00
U. S. P to ska and Ponds (market
State and Cit Stocks and Bond!
Railroua Mortgage Bonds (m?r-
ket t uei
Railroad i-tneks (4.SG2 thres)
Bank Stocks ( 14. 15 nhart-si
Real Estate, un in umbered
Loans on c ilia erals
Loaned ort Uji.d and Mort-t.gs
Oatstandins; loftes $yT8 4---C 2-1
Bills payable fc ,4jJtU-
BTATE 0' aDilAKKA,
ft in hereby etrlifi; i. that there brs been fi'el
in thi oilice a sworn ."atemei.t rbowing th
corciili-n of the K;ss Insurance Ct mpary. lo
cart d at liarti'ord. in the sitate of Connecticut,
on 'he .Jlst iay of 1'eceuofir, A. D. Is71, in ko-cor.iAu-9
with tho picvi.-ion ot'an Act (fthe
G-ncral A6C!U-y. of the Itlate of Nehras'sa,
to Jtcsuia'.e Iiisurarjce Cou.pr.nleii. Approved
VVbrcsry l-'h, lsi; thnt raid Company h ivins;
Diet tli) r.eucsury uapers and n pt: toment
shawirg; ?hat saiu Cotnpury is poises ed of in o
rc.uu-i.e Hi'.ouut ot ph it;.!, sn-t invests 1 ss re
quire I bj law. Auth -rify is t'lercl'nre iciven to
ttie above naicei company to transact their
at piopiiMie M-siness ol Mre In"ir;nee in thi
Mate, in acorlan-je wiihthe laws thereof until
tbe ilst oay of .Isnu rv, 1'7X
afer C'rt fy, I hat Unnicl 1. Wheeler.'
Es.i . ot I'lattf'.nuth, County of Cam, is hu
tiirizcd to transact hu-ine.-s accor ling to low
lor said company as ti-ir Agent and Attorney.
I y til vg tin Ceriifltate lor Record with the
Clerk o: Cas Ciuity.
In te.itiuicny v hereof, I have h-reanto
my hsn-l -n-I wffixd my seal of office, at Liu
coin, this 21th day oi January. M7:i
. Auditor ol btate.
Jan. it. o6wt
To Anvr.p.Tt:F.PB A'l persons who ronm
p7ate nmkinsr euntnu ts with newspapi'TH hir tbe
insertion of Advcr.L-emenu should tend to
geo. f. gowc'J $
for a Circular, or irclos? ZT cents for thr-ir One
hurt ired. PiiKo Pamphlet, con ainif I.Uu of
3,t,'X Newspapers acd tt tin ue. shon ins the
eep-t 'd"advertiii)K. a'Houi.iny liscful hints toad-vertic-crs.
ani some account of 1 he experiences.
01 ni-Mwhoare known as pucce?"ul ndvrrtiii
e". Tbi. firm are proprietors ol the AmerUvS
Newspaper Aivcrtisii.g Agcucy.
and r re poage'scd of unequnlc-d facilii.Tp fr.C
securing tho insertion of advertisement JfcTf
Kiwsptiperi aci F;cdiils u lewttt ii'i
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