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THE IIJ5 R A L D .
Iloury Ward Ueeeher says that a poor
man with plenty cf "check" will get
alo?;g Letter than a modest man with
$50,000. Mr. IS. has always got along
THURSDAY. MARCH 20. 1S73.
.1. A. MACMUKPIIV.
From all parts of the State ami country rea
peettully solicited for the Hsrai.d,
We do not rend anocjnjouj letter an J com
raucicii'.iuns. The nxme ami addreps of the wri
ter are in all cuiscs icdispenrT ie, a a f u aranty
Ur.U OI K MI.K.MIIIIHU U i.lSf.
We cr.U attention to the frplendi l Club List
ctTercd. It is our desire to place before the
people of fans Co. every f-pportunity for iol'or-m.-tion
and instruction. To all tln.no who wis-h
to tako any of tbe publications mentioned be
low we offer them a the foilowir.g low rate." :
arper's Mairazitie and Herald one year ft 75
Weekly 1 75
Uazar 4 7.i
Leslie's Ills. Xcws'pcr " fc " 4 75
Cbiiuncv Corner " " 4 75
Seribner's Monthly " " ' " 4 75
"Wood's house'd Mac. " " " " 2 50
Les'i-'i Ladies Masr. " " " 4 50
Feter' Mus. Monthly " " - " 4 00
Atlantic Monthly 5 0)
Frairie Fanner ' " " " 3M
Chicago Inter-ocean " " 3 00
tfpiiit oft'no Times 6ii
Turf. Field A I'arm " " " " 6 (X)
New York Time " 3 00
" World " " " " 3C'J
" " Tribune " " " 30
' " Ledger " " 4 CO
" Weekly " - " M 4 00
Rnral New fcrker " " " " 4 0)
Toledo Plcde " " " " S O'l
What Next-?-chro:no)" 2 00
Phrtn. Journal " " " " 3 50
We make the r.heve liberal offers because we
are very onioti t collect iu our subscription
1 ist and siiirt on an entirely ciuh basis, which
we shall endeavor to make our rule hereafter.
A Splendid Chance.
ie will send the HcKALfi and Iiemoresta'
Monthly, which is .'$ for one year, to any per.
son who p-iys us 3."..)
In addition to both Periodicals at the price
named, a choice from a list of extraordinary
Premium? is given to each subscriber to I'eiu-oi-e-t'
Monthly. Among the.oj are a Cno pjir
of 'hr.Tiio Pictures f Falls of Niagara end Y--tiii:.te
Falls 1,. worth ?t0 : or a food Stereoscope
wi;i: a series of views ; besides numerous other
valuable preuiiauis worth fropi two to ten dol-
The best boy aal girls' magazine, and the
?rK,-!msiiA Uep.ald t greatly reduced rates.
AVc wll! scad Xekr-ca IIfhai o and Df.mor
r. t's Yoitnr Adtatrt, which U Sl.x) f"r one
yp.ir. to ;my t. Tson w:f :iys u. iJ.oo. Demor
f!'sYna!jf .Ami-ri-M is alwuys s-iiarklinir with
"i.tcrt-iuii'iir Stories. Poem?, Music, I'lizzlos.
panics. Travels, and oMier pleasant features
Z'- j-r.'fusely i' lu-fatcd. and cannot fail to
atnuc, instruct and elevate, and assist to nia!t
lac lives i)f youthful Ajnerican useful, truth
lul r.nd hp;'y.
Ot:r Watchman frienJ comes down
I:-fivy cn the .? this week. Who'll
lcn-1 "Little Mic." 5011:6 little oxen to
fo out i-irivas-irjs uitJj ?
Mr. C-n-i Y. Vh'ilU, of the P.J,-
Lntr, is 1. 'tilling hi ai -elf an dopant-
white inir'.e frahsea at thfi south-ea-t
con;r of HJ l aal Walnut streets,
We call attention to the oSer made
below, and advice our farmers to take
advantage of" I lie same :
KZSSASKA S7AT3 E02TI3ULTU2AL 20
C2iI7. At tho annual meetini? of the fociety,
hell in January la.-t, the undersitfned
was directed to procure at least one car
l ad of evergreens from the rocky ujouu
tuins, f-.ir distribution to county soeieties
and horiieukuris-t throughout the tr'tate,
ju quantities not exceeding oua hundred
to each iierson.
The suc-iieiss which a! tended the cx-p-rimetit
made by the Soc5eij two year.
a.o, warratjt-s the b.;iitf that the-3 find
vaiicties can 'do introduced at a cheep
rate and wiil prove cu-mi j)a?ei l'or tim
ber, shelter belts and ornamental pur
poses. The object of the Socid'y being to en
courrga the growtli of cvergreus in
every fiectiou of tho State, tho.-e re
civir. the trees vr ll only bu required to
pay the actnal cott of ficiht and patk-
'I he p round bhould bo prepared fur
planting fy May l.-t, and notice of the
time i f delivery will bo given in advance
to each perr-on ordering, to that there
will bo no delay in planting. It iui
portant that thoso wihin to take ad
vantayo of this oiFer to secure Oi.e ever
greens not offered for f-a e by dealers,
fch'M-id give notice to the undersigned at
once, t-tatin.ar number and how to be tent
giv'iii I. O. address. . .
.7. T. Alax.
Omaha, 3faich 15, 12.
A Jcllj Friend VTorth SaTljag.
" Our Dljntion; Gr, M:jJ!!,, Fntn'Vs
Stent," is the happy title of i;o Lev.is
lat?.st and most important hook, a
beautifully bound copy cf which we have
ju-.t received from Messrs. 11. Ian-
NAFOtil & Co., the Western r sbl'Miers
.We assure the readers of tho IIeualu
that the aforesaid 4Jo!!y Friend" com
munieate-JTiot ono only, but a gondly
nun. ber of .secrets well worth knowing.
He solves the problem of cheap Hvin.-r,
showing how ona may live well and
thrive, upon 1 than one hJhr a v:ah!
Ho tf aches l.ov to live so that one need
nevii- !;e troubled with '"the blues," or
suffer with biliousness, or dyspepsia. He
offices are kept here, and it a firat
Mci.rs. Buttery & Lazenby, have the
finest livery barn I have wen yet in the
State. It is built of brick, forty fe?t
wide, by one hundred and thirty feet
long, and well finished off throughout.
PiattMneuth U theceunty heat of Cas
Co., one of the Gnest'agrieultural districts
anywhere to be found. ?ir. Perry Walk
er, of this county, has the finest orchard
in tho State, I a:u informed, there be
ing fortj acres h&irbig fruit, and the
market in Piattsinouth is supplied by
him with all the apples thi-y need, prov
ing conclusively, that time, judgment,
and cre, wid produce plenty of fruit in
Nebraska afic-r all
The above was written in thM:mmc-'r
of ;S70, and was a correct description of
Piattstnoiuh as it appeared to "us then
being our Erst visit to this burg by land.
We staid one dy, and now re-pub'i-di
our article as a curiosity, and to note the
change. When it was written we cer
tainly never thought to live here. Lli.
E. S. Childs, of Glen!, called on
th-3 IIkualo a id Lf; Uisouis "sporids."
We wish there wer-j moro Childs' like
him, in this worli.
J. M. Patterson,' Rjek liluffs, called
cn us Thursday 1-tst, and loft us souis
thing tl.a better for hi-j visit.
Mr. Ju'iua Brair.ard, cf Washineton
county, agent for the Harris Header,
cilled.cn tho i I Kit ALU. JMr- IS. is an
old friend and a No- 1. nun.
Mr. 11. Solomon, of the firm of Solo
mon & Nathan, proprietor, of the
Philadelphia, i-tore, Jef; on Tuesday for
the east, to Iiy in a stock of spring
and e'::u:.!5r goods. Th? ladies who
wi-h tJ Pt-cure fanoy good 4 of the iutcst
ety.'e, at low down prices, will do well
I to wait a few days for Mr. Solomon's
Mr. Mjn-!.?iihafl, of the Lincoln Jonr
nd Co up any, called, ou hi--wcy cast,
for his famiij . cn Tuesday lat.
Jhs. W. iJ&nk, connected with the
Hannibal Courier, and owuer of a liuo
farm in Cass county, nuar A.-hlaaJ,
called on tha He::alu, Tujsday. '
Moses Stocking, the sheep i.vst ruan
in Nebraska, call.'d on the Hi RALD,
Wednesday, and reported Saundcri
county ali ri;-ht.
4Silver Toimue "
Efforts are being mad to have Glad
fstoiia resume oSice.
Ths Carlist3 have suffered & di.-as- i
trcua defeat at Vera, Spain.
Tha I resident has pent to the Senate
the nomination of Williiru A. Kiohar i
pon, as Secretary of Treaoary.
The propeller Grace Irvin?, from Bos- f
ton to New Bedford, foundered very
A destructive fire at L'awrencb'jrr, f 1 sl-.L
Ky., Friday morning, destroyed four
fiflhs of the towa.
St. Patrick's day w,i3 celebrated in
Chicago and elaewhare by processions
Tha dry goods stors of T. Uarlett,
Cedar Fails, Iowa, was burned last night.
Loss, $20 001.
Ordinance No. 40.
f-of Superintendent of Public Schools
i within and for the City of l'lattsmouth.
-I Be it ordain"d. by the Mayor and
T(Vmri?ihuen of the Citv of Plattstnouth :
Section 1. That the Supernten 1-
An Iri-hnisa who had jut landed
ent to his t-ister, who was married to a
Yankee. The couple lived hippilyto
get her, and when Pat ea.e the gentle
man t ok him over his piaca to rhow it
Pat. at the evidence of prosperity, said
to his brother-in-law : IJegorra, you are
very happy here with this fiae property
t3 live on; my si-ter had good luck, iii
tirely, so she had, iu getting vou for a
"Ah, yes," responded thi mirricd
tnun, "vre would be very happy but for
"And" what's that?" a-ked Pat.
"Ah, Par," teturned the gentlcnaD,
"I am sorry to say we have no child
ren." "No children !" cxc-!ainv I Pt,f; "thin
begorra, it is not my M-ter 3Iaggio's
ruuh, for f-hc) Lad two before .-die left
Ireland, and that's tho ray.-on me father
s-int her to America !"
143, 145 & 1 17 East -Cd Street. Itir Yoi,
Stailocl, pax!pald,n Ho-lpt of Prion.
Darling, I tim lonely now. Sous
and Ch irus.
Sweetest, .-onst and Chorus.
Matti5 M.iy. Sons mi i Ch.Tus.
NEW YORK, February '2d. 1ST;)
Monev Actire at J -r4(2, 1 ?2
(jold Firm at Il4jiV115
Govern men t Strong
CHICAGO. February 20, 1S73
Corn Less active,
Fuentd. liariine. till we meet.
Think of me, Dai'ling. iiou
A.-kink-a 151crf.:ns from II- ther.
Sons and 1 iiorus.
KccoilccU ins of Ciiildhoo I.
Thu art i o longer Mine. Ballad
li ar m sxy my littie Ptayer.
Sor;jr ana Chora.
Close tlie --hu:ier5. Wil'iV Dead
.'-org iiud Clioriis.
Kthel I'r- cuio oijif and t.'horui.
Q it llat i itrKlia ie. iboiiij and
You'll r.Iwny.s find tueTrue. !fo::g
and I "Jioru,
Dead, but not Forgotten. Song
M'jer i Maitie. i:oug and
Lay lac where my Mother's
iSli-ep:r.. onrand' horus
Father ot Ail. fcacred oiig-.
Aututr.n Leave.-. tec,iid Pensee
Atelud;iuc. C. T- Frey. 35
Aelisrtrio. Fautaie. Kinktd. .'',5
ll'jsiic Jitauty March. Kinket. 30
Sunbuiuu March. S::c.al. "
Johnnie March. Kinkel. 5
Dertie .Scii-'ttische. Kiokt-I. ?"
Jiiumie's --cliotii-che. Kinkel. ."-5
rii.Lrio'.- Waitz. ' KtnkeL 25
.- wc-t Sixteen Wa'tz. K';:kel. Iv"
f.vet'iiiif Zephyrs Vtolts. 1'iicher. ;0
l'ird ot l e ojty Waitz. Yountf. i; j
PwitcL-oC li-ilfp. Yourttc. -0
Kiltie's Polka. Kii.kel. :'5
Kty of Sunshine Po'Va. 1'acher. .'io
i.-tf'nii k -t irs IV; ka de S Ion. peine. 50
Kddit-'s Pidka. Kinkel. :J5
Hurry's I'orka. Kinkel. 3-
Pmile of Biaitty Polka. l'nuag. -t)
Pieces ma.-ke 1 rhus h ,ve r icturn titles.
Ary pie"e .-sailed, poil-pai l. on receipt of
marked pri -c. .
Adlrt.-s. , J. L. PKTKRS.
fvfl Broii-lw.iy, New Yojk.
S 5 0:(i5 io
1 IV ' ' I 21
25:t2tA KEW ER,mJ0U3fJALiSji1
7 1 C-- 73 !
?4 TOta f) 10
ent of Poblie Schoi!s within arid t'nr thp
V IJllCUIUlll U til ULl 1YC I'll llir
services a salary of two hundred dollars
Sec. 2. No per-on noting in the ca-
n!HOr7 fit' f'dlinf,, iiitiivinian.-l.,nr
j be eligible to the oihee of City Super
v int iidr-nt
? Sec. 3 This Ordinance shall take
Vi effect i'rom and after its publication as
pre-i ribed by law.
Pa-svd and approved Mar. h lt. 1S73.
At t. st: M. L. WHITE,
M. IS. Reese, Mavor.
City Clerk. f,0t2
Ordinance No. 39
An Ordinance dividing the City of
Plattsmouth into Wards.
Be it ordain'd by tho Mayor and
Conttciimen of t he City of Plattiaouth.
That the t-;id City cf Plattsmouth
shall bo and the same is hereby divided
into Wards as follows :
All that part of sail city north of
Main and cHt of Sixth street Jthail be
the i'irsr Ward.
And all that part of the said city lying
north of ():k tre-t and west of Sixth
Etreof shaft constitute iha Second Ward..
Ali that part of said city lying south
of Oak meet and west, of Sixth street
fhall coiiMitute the Third Ward.
And all (hat part t f aid city lyiog
.south of Main street and east of Six'h
Street shall constitute the Fourth Wur i.
1'nvidtJ, That all Couw-ihueii oi f-aid
city vho-e term of office shall not expire
in the month of April, 1S73, shall not
be oiTtieted by tbn or linarce.
Sec. 2. Each Ward in raid city, here
by created, fehall be entitled to two
Sec. 3. Section two of an ordinance
entitled "An ordinance to incorporate
the City of Plattsmouth as a city of th'
Second Cla" passed and approved
March 20th, 1S71. s:nd t'd other ordi
nance and parts of ordinances in con
flict with the provi-ions of this ordinance
are hereby repealed.
Skc. 4. This ord nance shall tak ef
fect and bo in force from and after its
publication as required by law.
Pa-ed and approved March 1, 1S73.
M. L. WHITE. .Mayor.
Attest. M. B. Reese, City Clerk.
Dealer in CI :". in,
Furnisliin (I.viJ-, Hats.
Cap, Boo:. & Shoc., 'i'r ii'.ks
Valines 'c Carpet Bags, c Sic.
One of the Old -t ! n.ost Reliable
Houses i,i Platt-iiionth. Taiu
Street, h,.' wj;, -lib .V- .r-!!i.
SREMKMRKR THU PLA('E.C?J
Wesping Water, Nebraska.
H0P.T0N Jk JENK.S.
fl rc H A
HATS, CAPS ROOTS.
SHOES. JvOtToMS. Ai
We are A?enti for
Willcot &, GibH Scwfnq MachlBe
"PRB.'G TRAJ3E. 1873
tells how to manage so that you shall j An agent for tho Sewing Machine
,-e white teeth, swoet breath, Ptrcn.T firm of WiUnzi ' & Weber of Oa;aha,
-eles. gc-1 i-nirks, refreshing ,-lcep, narrowly escaped drowning by the lip
ping of his wtgon off a Lridga near
to think tha Honorable
n TiuTe for valuable public drxu-
tncfi-, i::p..ages, asid ub.," which,
r.i vr2 vri-it be able to get any more af
ter July 1-t, n. -xt, we are doubly
lhsr.kf.jl h Mr. T,!i, for his tit.-dne.-s.
Vr". ''I. Potter, e.ht.ir of tho Daven
port G iz--U-:, will deliver t:.c address, as
r-q-i.-reJ, at th; June meeting of the
lo.v.i IVe-s As-ociation.
Cm j in, Brother Potter, and we should
like 1 0 Lear yon
Hon. Jolm J. Ing alls, the newly elect
ed Senator fiom Kansas, was a cla'-s-i.r.i-i
of our Senator, Hon. P. W. Hitch
cock, 'ihelr meeting at Washington,
will, no doubt, recall many pleasant
recod'ctiors, and servo to bind and
stretvthf n the tics that should biad u?
to our sh-tcr State ou tha Mi.s.-ouri river,
ind who-e interests an 1 our own ar fre
Sine? the Omaha papers cut off their
weekly oxeh-ins th-?y cau't even tell
th-j day of tho month. Last Sunday's
Omaha Ibr.A.l was dated the Uth, of
March, and one cf tho Herald's staunch
est frieadF, t!;a kind that Pwear by
M. jcs it is so. drew up a whole set of
legal papers the other day and dated
them three days, ahead, an 1 when con
founded with his tnistkg and forced to
drav up another lot of MSS., oh didn't
The pait Lfgislaturo were very re:ui-s
ia looking after the enrollment of their
Lillsr'an 1 the proper records of their hc
ti6n. First, the city charter of Omaha
was never signed by tin President of the
Senate ; then came tho criminal code,
of which no man knoweth whether it :s
a law to-dey or not ; and now cous in
Johnson county and claims that by the
fnb-itituiion of east for west, they "are
lift mitius a ibr of townships on the
east, and Tecumpseh is left one mile"
. frosa tho easUm bonier of the county.
The towuships cut o2 are in a pickle ix
they do not know whether they belong
to Neimba or are demoralized by them
selves. So many errors and blunders
seldom occurred before in one Legisla
Iature, to say the least of tho matter.
The county papers are com plaining c f
and long life. Our "Jolly Friend" coun
sels weii and wi-tly on all these points,
and uiany more, aad enforces hi.i j.re
ccpts by a best of anecdotes, and a vein
of mirthful raillory, that arc cnjoyabl-o
in the t-xtrotiio.
We conCdently believe this book will
m:vc thousands of doctors' bills, if its
wisdom is heeled ; f r horc to Lap v dl
is after all. the principal thing to most
of us. This elegant volume is sold exclu
sively through agents, and at quite a low
price for so valuable a work. We com
mend it to any cf our readers who may
be on the lookout for pmjitnKle employ
lujr.t. E. H anna ford it Co., 1U2 West
Moii.-on Street, Chicago, is the full ad
dress of the Publihcrs and ono of the
most reliable lirms i-i the book bu.-inei;s.
e i-Lould not furjret to incntioa the
beautiful .tecl plate portrait of the au
thor, and the ether excellent cngiavings
with which the book is eiubtllihcd, and
which add ineatly to its attractiveness.
Wl I mm m I iwitinii.
Ti.e rrei-eci site cf this town vas set
tled ujion and named about '55, but tbe
city cf Piatt --mouth was entered as a
to'.vn site in "oT. It is therefore one of!
the "eldest," towns in Nebra.-ka. It
was for a while, during tho Ca'ifornia
aid Pike's Pcsk csnirati n, quite an
(.utattiug point ; and like all the river
towns, tot up to riral Oaoaha, with
hopes of becoming the rent city. The
opening of the Union Pacific Railway,
and the establishment cf its initial point
north of the Platte river, rather gave it
a pull back, und for some years it has
stood almost "level " and that's 6aying
a great deal for a Western town. All at
once, not long ago, tbe IJurlincton and
Missouri Railroad Company happened
to think of maki:; Plattstaouth the ter
minus of their road, end instantly, it
spraag into new life and vigor. Such is
the wocd-.-iful power of steam and iron.
The town has doubled its population
the past year ; "house hficr house has
ari.-eu from aoug the bill sides, and
store next to store rival each other for
ele.;auce, on its etretts.
A very Cno hotel, called the "Brooks
House," was opened by Messrs. Hi;by
A Son on the 22d of April, and is now
one of the beet conducted and cleanest
iu the State.
Thers are four lumber yRrds here,
which do a large business shipping lum-
in refusing to exchange with the Sra e j ocr to the interior ol the State. It be-wfM-klies
The Plattsmouth llemUl of ; ing the termiuus of the B. & M. road
est IVint. His horses were both
drowned. The wagon was recovered.
A man named Weils shot another
named Shuder four mi!. -s from Stanton,
in Stanton county, in a quarrel about a
Yotk ha3 had a puccebsful dramatic
Death. Martin Po'zin, in southeat
pfibt of the county, di.;d March 21. Iictu
iajuiis r?ived by a fa!! from a side
walk in Lincoln. abu: ten days Lefir.
The dcofS'ff'i was w!l r-t-pfcted. Rtid
many frltuds mourn the ioes l'.,rk
The property has been jurebu-e i in
Nebraska Citi, on which to build a dis
tillery, which will b- erected i-nraeJi
They keep dogj in Nebraska City
whith have to be shot three times and
poikoiud as many more beforo they w:ii
Tho Rev. J. J. Roberts, of Lincoln
minister of the M. E. Church, is dad.
FitENOU I inner, ants. The tidai
wave ot a hejvy lmm.gritioa from
Franco, male its appernce in our city
ejterday, two families of eleven per
?on3. They brought with them teams
cows and farming implement-. They
will settle in tho Republican Valley. In
conversation with one of tho ga:!euan,
he informed us that no less than twelve
hundred of his couotrymen would Cud
hour's in Nbra-ka before tho 8rt day
of January, li-74. LiicAn Joir:inl.
Lineonites were badly scared by a big
prairie firo, whioh threatened to burn
J. Y. Lambert, of tho Burt County
l'hf, b.s taken into puitnership Geo.
P. Hall, an old resident of Bart county.
The joists for the first flor of the
Opera Hous, iu Lincoln, are being laid.
Peat, taken from th extessire peat
bed near Pittsburg, in Seward county,
was tried recently in Lincoln, and pro
eouiic'hI a success in the fuel line.
During the funerol obsequies of the
Rer. J. J. Roberts, in Lincoln, a man
under tho influence of liquor created
such a disturbance as to be confined in
jail and fined fifty dol'srb tie next day,
which he paid promptly, and then left
Notice is her-.by given to the voters
of the First Ward i:, the city of Piatra
Uiouth State of Ntbra-ka, thit the un
designed lltfjiistrar of id Ward will
sit for the correction of the registry of
the voter of said Ward at the office of
the County Clerk on the 28th and 2'Jlh
days i f March, JS73, fiom 'J o'clock a.
m. to 5 o'clock y m., except cue Lour
at noon of each dav.
M. B. Reese,
Registrar Jt V.'2rd.
The Great Achievement of
the Nineteenth Centurv.
Notice is hrrr-by giren to the qualified
vo'ers of the Sec- nd Ward of the c.fy
of Piattsiuoiit!:, that the ur.d.-r.-igned
will it at Hei-ei'-' Mill, in said Ward, on
the 2Sth a nd 2' h d ays - f Mar.: o , 1873,
for (he purpose of corrtci "nsg the regis
tration of said Ward. Voter will eee
th t they are propurly registered, cs
thi ward has been changed recently.
J. R, D.'MT,
All the News and Full of
Fitzgerald's Hail, April 28th.
The favorite Jloto-drama of
'Xiek of the Woods,
Toj Dai'jt Gr-iJu'i: is th-: title i fa
pubh.-hed in New York
s;;!!ev:n-j t.'ie mo-; r'-toarkat,:e
which i a.
joain:ii.:fi5 success ever chronie!J. Ir
i.- an i 'ight-pagd tvcniiig p.ip r (three
editions daily), eiegautly print.: d, an i
conducted hy the ablest editorial tilent
A a newspaper Tlio D,ti!y Graphic
stands i:i the first rank, u-id contains
Tia Vcr7 Lite:: zz.i 711 s:t
-i MA LJ U.
Notice is hereby given to the qualified
voters of the uurJ ' ard ot tl
ie city ot
Its trreat feature con.-hti i;j the fact
that it is not ou!y a ne .?-;) ur, u
illustrated now.-pi per, us wr-I-. r'.ur of
its pjges t-ra lili-.-d vrah ehoive reading
and local news, items, go-sip. :.,;,! c.or
respondcce on the fichet asid iuost
Mattsm-Hiih that the unier.i:eti will j "Cresting .topi;.i. iha renaming i jur
sit at Mickelwait - Sharp's oifie'e in the i 0 "U1 " ,Jl
A c tory of Early Iveut'ai ky Life In'crludo of
Songo ic . Ac. "liurnin of t hic.igro." hy W.
M. Carleton. And the genteel comedy of
Music ty Prof. Johceoii's Litk1.
Admi.-riuii 55 ct. ltesrved Seats 0 cts.
it.-crvcd seats can te 3-cured at H. J.
St.-eight's l'ostOih e I!oo;;-tor. ,'1-it.
To Farmers an-i Horsemen.
BKOWX VILLI-:, NEIi.
FURNAS, SONS & FERRAND.
. t 1
Furna and Sons, Brownville, Nebraska,
and E. Ferrand, Detroit, Michiirun,
have consoiiilatel their stocks
and will h-rt-'ftev conduct
buitie.'i at IjMornviiie,
N.'It . wloro t hi-y
offer the l.-.tie'-f r-.nd nio-t . .MOf-ct .gen
eral X'irs- ry Stock ever otfercd
in 'ho e--t. c xi.-i.-t ing
in part as fui!w :
CO oTO . h-."ue 3 yrsr -'d Aiole "ft.
lo.i.ifci-j " 2
Imijt " I. 3 i-nd l year '11 I e -.t
0.0 0 ' " 2, 3 and -4 jcar old Cherry
50,l 0 " 1 ,n,d Z year dd IVn.-h Tree.--.
'jJHAI " l'liuii. A j.ricot mid Necl.-.rine
4. f-,K:.'lfiO No. 1 Honey Locust Hcda PI in Is.
2,()1 (mk) 1 '-Mpe irani'c.
5 lie! Purest Tree SceiiiifS.
L'oO.ooij l-.veri-'rceiis, in vane-v.
10 !.(' -0 each 13'ack Ix-rri'-s, loi-pherriee and
st raw harries.
,r.!.fii e.ieh loos--herries an I I 'urr-'nts,
Jo.o-Hl l'eroetu:il and ( li:nbiinf KoiCS,
MOtn Flowcrins Shri.hs,
10.OUO.WKi Willow Cu'.tiut-i.
15 5-- Hoo7cr.
f Iveeps constnitly on h ind all staple krtiole
Co lie a
Boots and Shoes, Ae.,
In fact evf rv tliinff U"iinlly kept I a Vnti ty
Mora. M'hich will soi l on -piall rolirs lor
Cash, A II kinds of Produce taken in exrhnug
fr (too U a:.-l
Highest Market Price given in cash
lr. VT. X). Jo:ie hess ltrave io Citl attca'.ioa
t- tun tiici ir.eLt he lia just received two very
f;ae atirna's from the en-i, viz.r
"THE WEBIJ JACK"
r'ro:u Fairfield, Iowa, aulthelroi Orry Nor-u-an
r-ia lion eal'.cd
said War-J. on th- 2Sth and 29' h days
of March, IS7o, for the purpo.se of cor
recting ilia registration of said Ward.
Voters will picas.1 take notice aiid see
that ;oii are properly registered, as this
Waid has been chan?".d retrentlv.
I'. P. Gass,
Reisirar 31 Ward.
Notice is hereby given to thequaliSid
voters of the Fourth Ward of the ky
of 1 'iattm,suth, that tho utider-igned
will di at the of'tice of D 11. W.heider
ii Co , in said Ward, on the 2ith snd
2'.'th diys of March, -1S7.'J, for the pur
pose of correcting tha rek'i:tratio;i of
paid Ward. Voters will plv-a.-e ?ee that
they are propeily registered, as this
Ward has been recent1 f umed.
A. Ji 1 HIED,
Registrar 4th ard.
execute ! in tho tanst faultless an J arti.-t:c
style, and portraying nc.-c ra'ely and i'oi y
all leading events within twenty four
hours after their o-.'ourren- e. Tho-o who
have ma ie journah-ui a stu ly, nd fuiiy
appree a'e t!ie great enrerpri-u mani-
l"ive yenrs o d and weigh" 1S-M pounds.
T'ut-y are both sure foal getters. a I will Kan 1
at 11 :;k B:u:T4 an t e!?u i-rj in the Count
durini; ihe soason. Fur full p trticulars, i-ee
Cooloy'w Early While, ami
A(lait Elxtra Kaiiy Corn-
M. JJ. A. jd A S. Slk 53 A U : "3
Berkshire and Poland
.T. K. l'i:!ry of " ais '. uiily will act Rc-'n
of thce nnr.-eriea in this ---tioii. I. O. ad lres
l'lattsrnou-.li, C.vs couij'y, Net rtska.
J3-I'erretpmninre S!eifol. rKl
n-r f.iH-Xti r.41-
Weening Watsr, Nebraska.
iJoots. mid ,hre,
Hals, an I l'ai
Arricultnr.il Iinf.lcmcnfs ( kind i, V..ir cr.d
'"l X L" I'll li i vuO.r.J. I ni' n O-tii Plan'crs,
liriindctour and Princeton Plows. Ac, Ac ,mftn.
fin i. von ail d which weoiier to the public at tbo
i west n-t ol i-riccs.
Ail !wos2 BTarr:n(cf
e-Our constant, aim will ho io .n HO jl)W ihat
it will bo t the po-itivi- u Ivantaco of every iir
mcr in the western and central portiou of Cu.
Couoty to make this their Met loiinr'-rs.
A NOBLE CHARITY.
To cro-t the
Nebraska State Orphan
T" be I'r iwu in Public.
Pwlarch 31st, 187G.
Tickets $l.i0 Each or Six for $5.00.
LieVets 3ent by express C. 0. P., if dtsired.
1 Onivd I'nsh Prizo J7".i00
1 lira n I t ash Pruo L",.co()
1 (inn I Ca-h Pri.o 1f..i0
1 ir.oi-1 ( ash Prize lo.iS.
1 ash Prize f..' o(l
1 ' 'ash Priii 4. ono
2 l':i-li !'riZ"S.t.Vi each r;.i
I i l '::h Prize-. J.O e:ic'i. 8uV
i itsli Pi i.es. 1.0'Hl i-n-ti 2.isl
.") ( ash pn.cs D'uheio'J fi.li O
1" ! ' .nil Prizes. K'leli J 0 5 ("tl
l''io C,i-!i Prizes, 1-aich si". Vo
ft.lKO I a-h Prize?, ' $iJ .'.ojn..-1
J.l1 1 Cash I'rizcH, " frj l.";,,-(ij
' S J.:u..rsij
Thi Lcird Itntcrp' iso ii endorsed ly th
highest authority o. the -lto rul bos. buciuei
Over oie-ba'f the t i.-k - is tfVoi beforn Oct 1st.
The I unite I ioom'-ci on luoid will On f urni lied
llinse who uM ly l;rs
Money cin eIlt by mail, in Ilccistered
Le' trs. Po t OHii!e ,Mcavy Orders, or by
All I'riz'-swill liepnid n full. A n nt V a 5 -TKD.
Pot full I arlioulars addre.-s.
J. M f 'TTIOK.
?-l-29wfct Onrral Mr eier. (JLioiUia
l OI'N A.. : ?iU- (IU KIN IS UIo!
Tho Lincoln Route.
Of the condition of Ihi Pi-nix In-uranc! Com
pany, o I'-r -ckiyn, N, V., oa the lss d:iy of
CHj-it:d. $1 .000 TOO Vi
Ur.iss ISurpiu. l.Ool t j i S 0."
Csh in C.ink,
fc-tpd in the collection and pubiieati jn I Cash is curse of trniisni'.-fion by
ot low.- by i he aid of the teiegraph, stio.ni
pre'tiL-s. a?J the devflopiaoiit of joorna-
h.iv? be' ri food of n
To ali whom it may concern.
Notice is hereby given that applica
tion ha been mad.; by L tici i Young to
b.ave Lewis li. Young appointed Ad-Uiinini-irator
of the r-tato cf Ji-iso M.
Yoit!;, deceased, that said cause is sot
tor hearing at my -ffic8 in Plattsmouth,
on the 11th day of April, A. D. 1-73,
at I o'clock p. in. of fraid day at which
time aril place any person interested
may appear and show cause, if any they
have, why the aid Lewis H. Young
should not ho appointed fcueh adtuinis
trator recording to the prayer of said
petition. JI. E. Ei.M.-ox,
ol-ot. I'robate Judee.
Plattsmouth, Neb., March 10, A. D. !S73
in th-? !!p.:o-,-y ih-it tto-' i!'-jxt advance i;i
that ticli would result m a riow.-paper
furiti'hing in is regular i-.-ues pioturs
of ali current proiio'.ieut evetits. Thut
theory is a ihe-'rv tio l-m;i,r ; the uews-t--aper
of the futuro i- the nov-iaper of
to-day, and that paper is The D ii'y
(trapruc. ihe proc. ses whion render
this marvellous aehirvriiierit an existing
fact are. th-o rc-ftiit ol' t he most careful
study and an eno!e.-s vari' !y of exeri
meijts, gr&duilly p.erf' r.-ted during the
past twalv j7ears. li;ey depend upon
irnprovi merits in !'th"graphy tin! the
atiphcatioo of the photograpnic cauiern.
By their aid a pi'-ture is c-ti graved and
made ready to piint in from twenty
iiiir.oi es to two hours. Co.-tlv arid cla
borate plates, works of ait. scenes tt'
interest, are reproduced and pictured
orth with equal facility and the most
scrupulous fidelity. Illustrations of lead
ing events are engraved and prepared
for the pres even before the accompany
ing wri'ren narrative or description leaves
the hands of the compositor.
For the proper practical working nfo
great, an enterprise, the GRAPHIC
cokpanV was forc ed, with a
Loans cn IJi nd and Mortgage, .-it 7
Cail P'y'.is on U. S. Lords, Ac., at 7
P-iils Kt eivab e for Marine rrtuai-
L'uited Ststes, St-uo ami County
Hi.r. is, riiarkct vmIuc,
Cncoll'-c-ts ! Pre;uiurcc, Pi e and
A crucd IntL-rc.-t.
ileal I .;.i;e owned by Company for
Wrcckinif Apparatus r CuSTabi.
Claims due t!;e Pom pary lor.liT
und rt e- nsur.ince.
Other property, suudry Hams.
154.1 4 .0
82 S.V 74
14. ..si SI
'l' i i m
V I A
St. Joseph. Ticjms!. ii, T-ff r. rurirt CItt,
Lr.VKN V.'OKTII, '.A -ilM'S, pAI.t.il
City, '.Yiiitk Ci.'cn. Uomi':'o,
I'Jn-'"rfi''l h'l llr lsx. 'wlorsnl hi the.
Cirri if. J-jHO'i: .tr.l 1,1 (hi Miliicil
Faculty, JJ-i.Jo .; ly Sct'd l),nUrr.
lm! ir.r,1 I,,' J)nfjf;i. f1. Fid'HXril fy
l'i intfi it ami Ftrun-rn. Arid Fiidart
ed ly Frrry ito.
It is a ccri'iine ?,2 r-w-d - wet corn, growirn
f r-'Ti n lo fi leel io heitrht. b;ol year latili-d
the lst el May ; it sol-l in tho ni.n l.- t uly
'S: t. si ilaye.; A itur pli.ioiiii wu n-ajy m
Is?. It will produce ni re corn to tho it
wiih th e same cultivation :oj i iu any vanity of
t. It bus a if r liter dc-pl.'i of k uf-iel tb.m any
h r-o-loo; !i viirn-ty.
. ii. It da - a nuaoer c oh than uuy thirty-two
row d vuriety.
-ii It. It u emits ti.t pooii d t lh bushel, peal-f-l
r-o'i. 1 1 1;0. l-e-t-c-r t both et,d. than any oth
er ' r:i.
'!. Iii-iastdid hite trmi--pareiit ecrn with
Si.OOl.Cl ! 02
1i -7. 472 7o
11. K. P ALM bit. Agent.
For the year tindinir December ?.lst. 1S72, of the
cou lition nn.l affairs of the Homo Insurti'-e
Company, of New York. Organized usd-.-r the
Lawn of .New York, made to the Sujeriiiteinl-t-ut
of the Insurr.ii! e 1 'epart't-ent ; tbe St He
of ctra?ka, in pu. suance of the laws of said
Vi'hole atuou' t of Joint Stock Cap
ital Huthoi ized, 52,5OCI,0iX) 00
AVhol niuoiint of Capital paid up
iu c-ish. 2,500.000 03
Loans on Cond and Morticage?.
'Grst liens,. $1,910,70500
Interest accrued on eaid Loads and
Mortgage loans, 4S.3C4 67
Lnited rstates and Slate stocks and
this week, expresses its disgust with the
nrraDgement, and says that a combina
tion f our county papers will probably
be formed to maintain their rights.
The Plattsmouth Herald sai J uoth--ing
cf the kind. It said Omaha could
not afford to cut off tier weekiy county
exchanges, and that we understood the
county papers thought it was about cn
t?v:-n thing; they fuml-diing newa for
tbo Omaha (dailies, thus acting as looa
correspondents, and receiving the daili ?s
xvy.'tcad. Holding this vie'?, enny of
ththv would cut oiT'O-aaha: weakly est-
chan.'cs a-i well, and leara the O.iiaha
p incra niirj-ij State news, unlasj ta?y
V a have no persona! feel-
r, and don't e.::e oua
the oth r ; but
.t.r.,. ,i.o "
to . . . .1 .
in Iowa, and the eommeneainent of the
same road ia Ntbra-ika, grelff (fuawtitiss
1 of lumber, buildins materials end mer
chandise are transferred for Ashland,
Lincoln, and the counties which they
supply. 1 did attempt to get a list of
i's stores, mills, &o., but I believe it has
got beyond that. Some of the oldest
men and some of the most ancient houses
iu our ycuns State are located in Platts
mouth. Among the early settlers were James
O'Neill, D. II. Wheeler, Hon. Samuel
Maxwell, Hon. T. M. Marquett, S.
Duke, and other names well known over
the State, reside here. Like all who
camo here in an cariy day, and had the
pluck to fUick in one placa, they have
accumulated property and bu-iness to
thdr he-art"s content, I should judge.
iL' to cut I Tha Pbtto Valley r House, kept by
John Ro$, is the oldest hotel in town,
and will lx wjU remembered by &!1 for
Btr riit!tnta. Tho MT4 ai tra8f?r
ialluWi.Adl4 S.LJ 4 llll,
Thursday, March 13.
Gladstone has resigned and his re
signation has been accepted by the
Robert M. Doug'a?, eldest son of the
late Stephen A. Douglas, was to day
confirmed U. S. Marshal, of eastern dis
trict of North Carolina. Douglas has
ben private Secretary 'of President
Saturday, March lo.
Osborn confesses that he murdered
Victoria C. Wood Lull will lecture iu
Chicago, to morrow evening.
A company with a capital stock cf
$50,000, is formiog in St. Joo., to f-tart
a paper null.
The -splendid depot of the Hannibal
St. Jo. R. R. Co. at Chiiiicothe the
finest one on the entire line of road, was
consumed by lire about one-o'clock this
A. Ji. , together with a largo amount of
freight that had accumulated at that
point. The fire originated from the
(parks of an engine.
Monday, March 17.
A. large fire broka out in East Ne
lrslia City. Whal the building fs is
Conrad Heist-el, )
AtrOFriT V. II EEL AND. )
Notice ii hereby given that the un
dersigned, Sheriif of the County of
Cass and State of Ne'ota.-ka, wiil, by
virtue of an order made by his honor
Geo. B. Lake, Judgo of the District
Court of the Second Judicial District,
of NubrsaLa, asd to me directed, where
in Conrad .IIeisc-1 is Plain :iH" and Au
gust Whet laud is Dlendant. I wiil at
one o'clock p. m . on tha olst day of
March, A. D. 1S73, in front of the Jail
in Piatt.-tiinuth, Cast Coun'y, Nebraska,
offer for f-ale at public auction, tha fol
lowing goods and chattels, to wit:
About ninety three and ons-fourth
(931 ) cords of wood, ono two horse wag
on, and oue pair double harness. Also
on the same day at 2 o'clock p. m. at
what is known as Cutler's grain or ware
house iu Block No. forty-two (42), in tha
said city of Plattsmouth, I will offer for
sale at auction the following goods and
chattels to-wit : Fifty-iirht (58) two
huhel sacks, twenty-eisrht (2S)"one bun-
drod pound flour pacts, one fanning
mill, on-3. scale, eight (S) bushels of
shorts, twenty (20) bushels of screen
ings, forty-five (45) bushels of she!!d
com, one hundred and thirty-five (135)
pound" Graham flour, two tons of coal,
and three bushels of wheat, all of the
above goods and chattels heretofore at
tached in ssid actiau.
Given under my hand this 20th day
of March, A. D. 1S73.
J. W. Johnso.v,
Sheriff Cass Co., Nsb.
Sam. M. Chapman,
D2 Plaintiff AtrrnfT-
liPTiir.,! 15 T ?.r:l;!f Ufill IH Iff- fl I Loans oa -'stoi-ss, Utn-H an.l other
" securuies. held as culia
monihs and months bcfoie tbe first i.vsue
of The Daily Graphic, the mo-t exten
sive preparations wer made, and to-day
Tni: (iRAPHIC COMPANY has
The Largest and Most Com
plete Newspaper Fsttib
lishment in tho United
In tbe creat work cf illustrating the
events of the day an extensive corps of
the best knoDTri and most accomplished
artists arc constantly engaged.
The Daily Graphic aims to be in
its strictest ton-e a newspaper. Striving f
always to be iu?.t and truthtul, it discus
ses all questions independently and
irupartia'iy. It is not th organ of any
parf3 sect, or rred. It is always high
toned, and contains nothing to offend any
taste. Its contents give it an nntncn-e
advantage over tho "old fashioned"
papers. The annual aubseriber gets a '
Pictorial History of the Year,
a volume of twenty-four hundred pages,
constitutiucr a valuable record of events
and a graphic panorama of our time and
progress. It possesses net metely a
local interest, but Js a paper for every
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CoT.ooa 00-. t'4.12.14',1
f'ash depo-ited in Ranks. 201,.a.iljl
Inierestdueai.il accrual on collat
eral loans 'nd Bank balance. 1.370 05
Gross premiums in due course ot col
lections. 2).44 48
Pills heceivable, taken f.'r Fire.
Marine i.iid lniaud risks, and
for steamer iitnet, (secured
by riioriffiigeK 17,12653
I'ue from ot'ner Companies f-r re- .
insurance on lo-ses already
SalvHge property and claims oc loss
es already paid, .15.20164
All other property belonging tf the
Company. 73.723 40
Cincinnati, T-;n-APOt.is. Cot.cxnrfi, LoHri
vili.k. 7ash vi!.:.k. MEiri-uii. Chat
tanooga, Morii.K, Atl.imi,
And all the IVdnM in ths
Soutlnvcst, South and South
o a s f.
The S2;i!JiiioiiJIi Fcnple
Ty taking the M.tpr-s.a train at Lincoln ou tha
Atchison Xtbrtiska A', li.
L'lon their arrival at Atchison, Kansas, tha
GREAT RAILROAD CENTER OF THE
Can obtain without delay or inconvenience tbe
VERY 15 EST
Sleeping Car acconnnodatioas aud will
i:!i. It ifr-'w in oc vV
wh'de crop cario r litnn n ol tl,
iiid i ,i i lies in Aiinr:,-i
Mb It luaUes better ui'-al, bei'ig- sweeter
li h. it bears r:oro folinr-; which makes more
loth. It c;m be planted on Inrid 'rm which
n heal t: us been liar. "' - I. or f p'Ui nlmli pota
to' -- have bui-ii d u.' ; fully r , o'-ni n? hob ire ro.-1
11th. The ti ll."- - s ir oi oi; i w ii -j oi tour tu t i
ll.o Kfoun 1. c ,!,-i'.o r.t.'y the crop i- Ii"t li.il.lo
to be I i ict'-d by loii iud. It is likewiao
e . -o r !o ci tin r.
12:!' It bear' i:ior full xr i-.m enrs if curn
on :i( ii sotik that! any l.oi;i- l;rl-i viiro ty.
l.'rrii. 'Ihe tap r s in t r.o iiik the suboil
to very treat '! i-i i it will .-land M-vore UioutU
bctlei-ihan any oth'.r varieiy of corn.
11th It inn be . uccer. lully ;rown in tnjr
Vi c pive the most at i:-f ictoey references Ihat
the corn is. in evo-y resnij.'t. what we represent
I il to i.e: nod f"r;io-r. we iiru the only persons
I I hroiicbout ihe counirv w ho have inlr .dui'i il
I this v..ri'-tv of ciin Ha i'it a qunilily, v e
a r" ii" n able to fill uii or i-fo tiioe U' siroun
I of teslinz p, l.u't 'eason i-e could havo sold
I 2,000 bu.-litis Luorc, but could not (ill the order.
In orier that ail may receive seel, wehftra
reduce 1 the pr t- fci r-cr .i'-k:ife. Any p r
son who will rct up a duo " t li ve will rccei ve
packa'.'u cr it s. l oietit puckues fortlo. Fifty
piii-k:ii:'-s lor s:,o.
A enr'i.-'alU will accoinpuny all orders above
CtO, w ith troin 5 t'r S ear-" m com for s tuipl".
AuJrtsS, J1aKs11AI,A MoliliAN.
Hoiston, V, rgiuirt.
ni l ripens f f
Iju other I.iifcfl iv
Total. f t-14o.s5S78
tiross clnifs f r Losses against tho r
C'o:t:p vny adjusted mid uro aid. None,
t'ross lusse in procn-" ot a 'ju ' invn t
including all reported a d sup
i e'e ! los.-ts. Kss re-insur mce. tK..).0. Jt
I.ossp re-'istcd. in.-lu tin inr. rcjts.
cosos, un j other eirisos. 32,S3t0d
Ciihti Iiii. lends to J- tockhO:dcrs. rc-
ma'iiinff onpai-l 2,?750)
All ftihT T.rooerlv belonrinfif to the
Coiupaay. "s.723 40
The Paper for the Household.
Terms, $12 per year, or $3 for three
THE DAILY GRAPHIC,
39 and 41 Park place,
New York Oifr..
U.K. PALMEK. Aent.
I am now prepared to fur
nish the best unadulterated
TWICE EVERY DAY
to all parties notifying me.
Karly next morning, being a. Liirh
Route than that via. Pacific Junction.
Track and Road bed are in ex
cellent condition. The pas
se ntror accommodations
are cf the let.
UQ EXPENSE fiOR PAIFIS
ir i ., .
iiavo neen n arei to iii.ikc me iravciler coui
I j ay Over C li e ck s
Will be given by the conductor to thoEe
wi.shing to stop off at any of tho
many places of interest on tha
Atchison and Nebraska
Without incurring any ALDITI0X
ALEXl'EN'jE. ThusaCordins Trav
elers unsurpassed facilities for visiting tho
PARADISE of all GARDENS
44 The Great Nema
-v. f. avihtl;.
Urneral I'asi Agcut,
ids-"- Aitrr. K"jwmt.
.Mpscj-j. CliiiJ. JVr;'.,n J-'r' lber. I!anker;
Morrison X li.i'dy. ro--ers nn-l Cornmi'sion
.Merchant: P. i. Staly. 1'roprietor of 1'lanl-er
II m-": s.-'nit Wilson. Atrieulturnl M urs-bou-e.
or any of the K'-iitb in-i named in the
indorsement in our aivertiseioeiit.
Vv'e. th-i un I'TMncd ei: izen of 0eala. Vp.. ,
havinif eXHiaiind soiii-..( the ''minfsk Cork.
jrrown fin Mr. Jioiies Whiters farm, one mile
east of liii- plare. do rertilyihat k loe of ihe
staiks produced six spike-", t L l.ore-t si'ike we
notice 1 i.:e.isnrcd 114 inchc s in length and b' j
inches ar'n t;d.
apt . C V. Mihtj S,
J I t:hY -I K NNKP V.
H. . i'i.aiik, l'r-s National Dank.
L. F. lol:,iv, Meri'iHnt.
Wr tbf 11 ii.ll-rion ,1- ,l l,. -.l,v ti .tifv It-.t
I . j
I l.ic aOovf nui-.' d r n ii linn are a-.tu:illy rtsi-
lieliU of O raola. 'a.
Cms. V. I.nBti. -1 ti st of the Peace.
Hl-V. Al lKC.O T. '1 OMI'K d.
O.-FAOT.A. Va., Sept. l'Jth, 1S72.
,ili.lst:al A .i,irt-::n,
(t-'riilem'ii: As ymi ri-iio-ttd tno to giVo
your Chinese Cohn a la r 'rial. I have done go,
and will st'ite thit I -;,s di-.i po'lite l at it. I
plerite-i on tiie P'lh ol June, and it was rij.o
inuuch to sht-il Ihe latf r t i. rt of A'.ismo. I
, -Mi 1 v. 11 .".nd ii , itbi h of an acre, when
h- ! ! I it measured Sii4 tm-ljc! . h nd pccV n. J,
ehterlully recomiiieiid it to m brother (iriue.-r,
liopinic t.iat il may revolutionize tha agricul
tural world. Yours, very rcft-ctfupy,
A riremiiim of 2 i'S) will be i i.i l bv thn 111. dor.
siifii- d. liiroiigh the pir-t Niniou-il IPoik, Osta
0J1. V a., II .-. Cbirk. I'resideM. follows :
i)oo 01 the person producing lb" largtst yield
ofibinese lorn to the r'. S75 to of an
acre. t.Vj to t f an aero. S to 'i of an acre.
A report most t,r sent to First National Hank.
OseaoPi. irginia. by (bo 1st of Decern I, cr.
Pigned by tho cr-on 11 nd sworn to, . Mounting
the corn Httoiounds to tie bu-hel. A ainpio
e-.r 1 corn 111 11 m ie eent Willi report.
A. Vv'. Ileiid'-rson. of lireen I ?lc. Indiana,
received the SloO Premiuui for producing the
larsst yield ot Chinese l orn from a two pound
pai kaj e.
Okkks Castif, Ixn.. I'ee. 20, 72.
Mesr. Marsbni i .Voran,
lientlemen: Your letter of the 14th of this
month eaiue to hand yenerday with the Draft
of Stsj on the First Nutional liank of Indian
apoi.s. Allow me to thank y.uwiL n-.v best
wi-joc for lucotdi in lit. Very rcspetluy.
'. A. f . IIrvtir.-
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