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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1881)
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PL A TTsMOUTfl, XEMRASKA. JUNE 9, 1881.
Recollections of the Life and Services of
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Will deliver Ills celebrated ILecture isfion the ILife and
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at the time amd place mentioned, under the auspices of
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AdflnminnaDDD to ILeettQDire
iVfa Gharge far Me&erved Seats, Children, 25 Cts.
Seats can be reserved at Jf. IP. Young'N IP. CD. EBooI Store.
Hon. Schuyler Colfax, the author of the Rebecca Degree in Odd fellow ship, and for thirty
years a Prominent and Honored member of the fraternity, has liindly consented to address all
Odd Fellows, their wives and daughters, upon the subject and principles of Odd fellowship, in
their Hall, at 3:30 o'clock of June 13th, J SSL All Odd, Fellows are invited to be present.
The reputation of Schuyler Celfax, both as a statesman am orator,
was sufficient to induce an unusually large attendance at the First
church. The peroration of the lecture was most eloquent and render
ed in a masterly manner. After Mr. Celfax had concluded his remarks
an enthusiastic crowd ( students and others compelled him to hold
an impromptu reception, at which the usual amount of hand-shaking
and introductions took place. Oberlin (0.) Netvs.
The Court House was occupied by a large and intelligent audience
who assembled to hear Mr. Colfax's lecture on "Abraham Lincoln."
Every one was pleased with it. The court room was handsomely dee
orated with flags and banners, while the Odd Fellows had a "welcome"
to one who had leen a prominent and honored member ef that neble
and wide-spread order for over thirty years. Vhepptwa Falls (Wis.)
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