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II 1 i N'HY m. HintT,
New "nil Loral Kilifor.
BCLLEVUE, N. T.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 12, 1S58.
Floating Councilman for (he
Counties of Hurt, Washing
Ion, tiiid Sarpy.
The fooling up of tho returns, of the
three counties, show George V. Donne,
of Burt co.. to he tho successful m m
and it U with pleasure, in connection wi h
this, we mention the fad, that the canvass
for float, was conducted with most perfect
fairness and gentlemanly condui t, on the
pirt of both Donne and Clancy.
It lms been o ir pleasure, to know the
Hon. Win. Clancy, for the last four years j
he was first a representative from Doug,
las County, and then reflected, during
which time, he most emphntically, favored
the organization, of the Southern Election
District, of Douglas co., (now Sarpy co.,)
as hit voles upon the journul will show ;
he also was a strong friend, and a greet
auxiliay, in the movement to erect Sarpy
County, in the third Legislature. hailing
from Washington co., as Councilman that
year. Sir William, you have fought a
noble, bold, and manly battle, and though
defeated (by Sarpy co., from where you
had a right, to expect so much,) still con
soling yourself with ihe thought, that re
publics are ungrateful. We cannot take
our leave of you, thus, without saying,
that you still live, and will continue fresh
and green, in the grateful recollection, of
the people if Sarpy County.
, In conclusion, of George W. Doane,
the successful candidate, we but do jutice
when we any, we are proud of him, as a
Representative in part for Sarpy co. lie
is a sound lawyer, an eloquent speaker,
and a finished genllfnmn. lie has those
qualifications, which in sl.ort, well fit him
for the position he has so gnllantly won.
The Atlantic Telegraph Snccesi-
We rxtrait the following from a pri
vate letter, received to-day:
" MrscATinc, Iowa, Aug. 0, 'oS.
Friend Hurt: I hasten to announce to
the nieces of the Atlantic tele-
graph. The news was received here thu
evening, from New York. J. M."
The Niagara and Agamemnon, were
to leave (Jueenstown on the 17th ult., for
mid-ocean, to make a final attempt to lay
the Atlantic Cable, and if the good cili
lens of Muscatine have not been hoaxed,
this gigantic enterprise has at last proved
We have just received the first number
of the Western Water-Cure Journal,
published at the Forest City Water-Cure,
Cleveland, Ohio, by Dr. James E Gross,
one of the resident physicians of the
the Cure. The Dr. with his accomplish-
Tns "Old Loo Cabik" HcRJtD TO
Tilt (ianiisn. The "Old Log Cabin,"
no famous in political history, has one
at last! It was th residence of Gen
Harrison at North Il-nd, about fifteen
miles below th city, when h? was nomi
nated for President, and was made fa
mons by a thousand songs in the cam
paign of 1810 Minature imitations
were erected in every coiner of the land,
and praise of
The Rough L-g Cabin,
That tells of olden time,"
were upon every tongue, and probably had
quite as much influence in the election as
any other subject that canvassed. But its
" lutchstriiig has disappeared at last!
We have no minute details of the con
flagration, but we learn from passengers
who anived by the Ohio and Mississippi
railroad, yesterday morning, between one
and two o'clock, that as the train arrived
at North Bend, the old Log Cabin was
enveloped in flames, and that us destruc
I lion was complete. It was occupied by
C 1. Win. II. II. Taylor, (who married a
daughter of Gen. Harrison,) and family,
and we learn that such was the rapid
Local & Tcrriorial.
llev. C. C. Goss. will Iceturu at
School House, on Monday nud Tuesday
Evenings next. Subject, " The Scriptuf
al view of ihe Death. Penally."
Rev. Mr. Davis will preach next Sun
day morning, nt the School House in this
City, and at Larimer C ity, in the after
noon of the same day, at 4 o'clock.
, . i. j.. i... .i. ...... progress of the fire, and so late us dis
eil anu imeingeni .auy.-wuu uy u. mP1Ilb,r.
is also a Dr., were among our most inti
mate friends, when they were connected
with the Water-Cure at Clifton Springs,
N. Y. There, they were d -servedly pop
ular and .minently successful; and their
resignation was considered a serious loss
to the institution. In these days of phys
ical reform, we hail the appearance of, Tho only portrait of Mrs.
of the house
hold barely escaped in their night clothes
Of course nothing wa saved in the way
of furniture or documents, and the prob
ability is, that many valuable papers, left
by the President Harrison, together with
articles cherished as relics of the OlJ
Hro, and the early hUtory of the West,
have been destroyed with the buildmg.
Kimbal'a Ferry across the rie.tte River
at Larimer City, is in successful opera
tion. Footmen or teams can be crossed
at any hour, between sun-rise and sun-set-
This is the most direct route from Omaha
to Nebraska City, via Bellevue ; being
fifteen miles south of Omaha and twenty
five north of Nebraska City. This ferry
is 3 miles from the mouth of the Tlatte
River, and the crossing is as good as can
be expected over so uncertain a stream.
I Tekritosial Ltoisi-ATf at. The
: - following named gentlemen were elected
the members of the Territorial Legislature.
There are a few Counties yet to hear
from : r
L. L. Bowen,
B. P. Rankin,
Matthew J. Shields.
Charles C. Norwood.
Stephen II. Wattles.
Washington, Sarpy, and Burt Counties.
George W. Doane.
Our former townsman, John J. Toan,
arrived in our city, a few days since. He
returns east in a few days.
i i .. ii . i
. i r ..: i.. ex lata uce t namieu uy ucuru.i
auen a journal i. on. . ... ' n, or lhree ot the General, take.-, at differ-
qualified to develop the laws of health ami , ( ms perioda of ilis iifC are also probably
happiness, invalids ana outers waning destroyed
rest and retirement, will find tho Forest
Ciiy Water-Cure, a most desirable re
Last week we spent a day or two nt
the above named place, and was much
pleased with lh- improvements going on
FoNTEN CI.LE, Aug. 5, 1S09.
Editor Hurt: The exercises connect
ed with the laying of the corner stone of
the Nebraska University, located at this
place, were held on Tuesday last The
rain poured down in torrents until noon.
The unfavorable state of the weather pre-! the two Mia.nis, and was at one time re-
, . warded as the rival of Cincinnati, or
vented many from abroad, who intended Washinglon At North Bend,
to be present, from attending upon the ex- juJge gy,,,,,,,., projected the great Miami
erases. The occasion was felt to be an City, and went so tar as to map out streets,
important one by the friends of the insti- j lawns, public squares aud all the arrange-
Mrs. Harrison, the widow of President
Harrison, fortunately was not in the dwell
ing ; the venerable lady at present being
at the residence of Hn. J. Scott Harri
son, a son of Gen. II , a few miles be
yond the old homestead.
North Bend is not only famous as the
unpretending residence of President Har
rison, but occupies no mean position in
Western History. It was the first land
ing place of John Cleves Symines, the
original patentee of all the land between
J. I. Kamin, left our ciiy, several days
since, ,for Ft. Wayne, Ind. Ho will re
turn next spring, with his family, and will
make Bellevue a permanent abiding
place. Mr. K. is a first rate workman,
and our citizens will do well to remember
tution. . The exercises consi.-t"d or sing
ing, a prayer, address to the youth, ad
dress upon the occasion, and other ceremonies.
The address upon the occasion by Rev.
A large two story tmiiu.ng is in cousre 01 ; R GnxhrA f o.naha, was able and
erection for the printing office, beside 1 .... ,...-
inents for a city of the first magnitude;
i but a fortunate incident turned the tide in
I favor of the present site of our flourish-
j ing metrop lis, and North Bend has ever
sin e. remained a leautiful rural retreat
from the dust, impurities, and busy throng
of the city.
While at Omaha, last week, we had
the Pleasure of taking by the hand, our
friends Adams & Nelson, the gentleman
ly proprietors of the Douglas House.
Under their skillful management, the
Douglas House has won an enviable rep
utation, as a nrst class hotel, aud now
stands at the henJ of the various houses
in Umaha. etak pleasure in com
mending the Douglas House, am! its pro
prietors to the favorable consideration of
our citizens, nud the traveling public.
We return our thanks to tho.o Ladies
and uentlemen who tavored us with a
serenade, a few evenings since.
.several others for residences. The spi t
itself is not the best for a town site, but
art and industry sometimes step in to tho
aid of nature. It may be so in this rase.
The present business part of thn town
is situated near the lauding, on the only
level street in the whole town, which is
Main street. Tho bluffs on the south
siJe of this street are quite abrupt ; on
the north side the laud is more sloping
and answers well for residences. Those
who admire romantic beauty, or " nature
in its savage loveliness," can have it here
to their heart's content. Some of the hills
and peeks rising out of the ravines and
valiies will make the most splendid places
for reiJences in the world, in due time
with plenty of money.
For two miles back from the Missouri
River, the land is broken, so muuh so,
that it could hardly be cultivated. This re
gion, however, has th advantage of be
ing well timbered. Just south of the town
thera i a solid body of good hardwood
timber, such as Walnut, Oak, Hickory,
and Elm. Directly west of this broken
limbered region, the country opens up
into a beautiful prairie, unequaled for
farming purposes in the whole territory.
Its face is gently rolling with slopes long
and gradual, hmce not subject to the
washing process so common in many oili
er parts of the territory. This region is
already well cultivated. Farms are fenc
ed and everything looks thrifty nud en-
terprising. UK. -oiu tarm, wan m
thousands of thrivii g fruit trees, would do
credit to many of the older stales. As
we design to take a more extended tjur
in Cass County, we may speak more res
pecting it hereafter. CHAUCER.
Removal or the Capitol. The
Omaha Nebraskian states that Sarpy
county has elected a delegation to the
legislature, opposed to the removal of the
Capitol ; and tauntingly asks, " What has
become of the crusade, in regard to the
removal V Hold ! Mr. Robertson, Sarpy
county has done no such thing. The re
moval or non removal of the Capitol was
not exactly the question that entered into the
canvass Most, and we think every one,
of the candidates, asserted that they would
leave that question with the people, and
wheo the people favored it. they wuld
vate for such a bill. This is the only tri
bunal at which all such vexed questions
should be settled, and we ore willing to
bide its decisions. WLat rays our neigh
bor? The Minnesota State Prison Utole lo
catad at Winona.
The first term of the Preparatory De
partment of the College, will bo opened
Oct. 20, Arrangements are made
by which students can be accommodated
with the best and cheapest facilities of
education and study.
Yours truly, ALPHA.
Henry M. Eby, Street Commissioner,
is now grading a street running to the
landing. This is a much needed improve
Kansas Election. The official vote
on tho Leconiptnn Constitution in Kansas
Territory, Monday last, as far ns known,
resulted as follows :
Leavenworth City For the Constitu
tion 133; against 161 1.
KickapooFor the Constitution 90 ;
Quindaro For the
Sumner For tho
Atchison For the
There cm be but little doubt but that
the Lecompton Constitution has been de
feated by a large majority.
Constituiton 16 ;
Constitution 13 ;
Missouri Elections. Congressional
returns from four country precincts and
all the wards in St. Louis, excepting to
small precincts, foot up as follows : liarnet.
Democrat, b,4&y; Ulair, r.mancipatiomst,
5 829; Breckenridue, American, 4,590.
Returns for members of the legislature
and county officers not vet counted, but
the whole Democratic ticket claimed to be
elefd by a majority from fivo to eight
hundred. The whole vote cast will ex
Complete returns foot up the congres
sional vote in the county, as follows:
Barret, D-m., 6.71S; Frank P. Blair,
0 112. Breckenridge, American. 5 .289.
The remaining precincts in the county to
be heard from will increase Barret's ma
jority to nearly, if not quite, 700. The
whole Democratic ticket l elected by
atiivrrage majority of 500.
Heported ongrcssional vote in the fol
lowing counties, viz: Marion county.
Anderson's majority 3C6, Pike county 107,
The Harry Family.
Grovkfort, FaAKHLtN Co., ().,
June 30, 1858.
I observed in The Commercial of ihis
morning the following inquiry with re
gard to " Mr. Rarey the seconJ," who is
operating in Dayton in taming tneir wild
nud fractious animals:
" We observe that another Rarey has
turned up in Dayton. He is not only a
Rarey," but a ' ho se tamer ' He lect
ures, cures skittish colts of their bad hab
its, operates through the law of kindness,
and all that sort o thing. Is this a coin
cidence, or is there in horse-taming, as in
the sarsaparilla business, an ' old ungual
Dr. Jaocb, and another fellow i
As I am well acquainted with the Ra
rey family, I thought it would be interest
ing to the public to have the above ques
tion answered, and more particularly
siuco there are several persons going
about the country and trying to impose on
the community by assuming the name of
"Rarey," and professing to tea h their
secret of subduing and educating that no
ble animal, the horse,
The Rarey Family." consists of four
brothers, who hare been raised from boy
hood in this community. Their father
was of German descent, a farmer and
raiser of stock, aud all of the boys were
brought up on thefarm, and they have
followed that pursuit more or less to the
present time. They are all, however, in
possession of the art of hor-taming,"
as many a redeemed horse in this and ad
joining States would testify, if they were
to metl in class meeting and give their
The oldest is Wm. H., who made the
first discovery of the principles in the na
ture of the horse that led to the perfla
tion of the system which is now a-tonish-
ins; the world. The second is Charles
W., who is now teaching the system in
the western part of this State. The third
is Fredrick, who now lives on his farm,
about two miles from this place. The
fourth, and youngest, is John S., who,
togeih r wit'i his oldest brother, Wm. H.,
has devoted his life to the study of the
mental philosophy of the horse, and is uow
A portion of the city bomb, to be issu
ed for the purpose of building a Court
House, are about being negotiated to par
ties living in New York.
A free dance came oil last evening,
(Thursday ) at the Bellevue Store. It
was one of the most orderly and pleasant
parties that has been given in this city.
All seemed to enjoy themselves finely,
and nothing occurred to mar, in the least,
the pleasures of the occasion. Supper
was serve in the second -story, by the
Ladies, which reflected much credit upon
their skill and liberality. The managers
are entitled to much praise for providing
such an agreeable entertainment, and the
thanks of the participators, for the atten
tion shown in endeavoring to make all
happy. We hope it will be our good for
tune to attend more of the same kind.
A large plate ot cake, ot several va
rieties, found its way to our table this
morning, lor which the managers wm ac
cept our thanks.
Ralls co.. 200. Calloway co., 800 to 1000,
C ooper co., gives Woodson 250 majority j teaching the nobility of Europe the results
over both hi opponents. Coles co..otficial
gives Rfid 650 utajor ty over Woodson.
In Coles co; Coudell, Dem; has beaten
Gardenhire, thu present emancipation
mayor of Jefferson City, for the legisla
ture, by 257 majority.
Atiaktic Telecbaph. The Aga.
memuon and Ys lorous returned to Queens
town on the 1 2th .
The final break in the Atlantic cable
was ju t below the stern of the Agamem
non after 110 miles had beeu paid out of
The Atamemnon then returned to the
rendezvous in mid ocean and cruized there
for five days in aticipaiiuii of meeting the
On her arrival at Queensiown, it was
resolved to coal aud t rt for the fiual at
tempt on Saturday the 17th, there being
s'.il1 2500 miles cf cable on both vessels.
of his life-long experience
All are sufficiently acquainted with
John S. Urev. through the Public iour
----- . " j
nals. William II. Rarey, who has been
his companion aud partner in the discov
ery, perfection and application of his beau
tiful system in this country, is now teach
ing the same in the City of Dayton, and
will, as soou as practical le, visit all the
principal cities m the Lmted Mates ; so
that ibuse who desire to learn the true
Gov. Richardson returned from Illinois,
to-day by the Mansfield.
Judge Hall arrived this evening from
a visit of several wee us, to tno eastern
portion of Iowa.
Hon. J. F. Kinney
is in town.
of Nebraska City,
August so far, has beeu dry and warm
Mr. Sage of Sarpy Coun'y, has our
thanks for a fine lot of green corn.
We are also indebted to Henry A
Lorgsdorf, and Levi Butterfield, for siin
The MAKsriELD. This new and pop.
ular steamer, has been purchased by Capt.
Lucas, and will ply regularly between St.
Josephs and Council Bluffs, touching at
all intermediate landings. It is only a
short time since this Boat was put into
the Missouri River trade ; but it has al
ready gai ltd a popularity and reputation
that others might well emulate The
Boat is well tnaned; freigl t will be well
cared for, and passengers will receive all
George L. Miller, Omaha.
William E. Moore,
John R. Porte r,
William A. Gwyer, Omaha.
George Clayes, "
John S.einberger, Elkhorn.
R. W. Steele, Florence.
James Stew-art, Omaha. ,
Clinton Briggs, "
James II. Seymour, '
Thomas L. Collier.
vYemaha and Johnson Count its.
S. G. Daily.
Milton F. Clark
Richards m and Pawnee.
E. S. Dundy.
A. D. Dean.
W. C. Fleming.
J. B. Ramsey.
Mills S. Reeves.
William II. Taylor.
Hiram P. Bennett.
William B. Hall.
Oliver P. Mason.
L. M. Kline.
J. G. Cooper.
Henry W. Dupuy.
Contested by Silas A. Strickland.
The Stale of Ohio is digging an Artei.
ian Well at Columbus, and the contractor
has completed his contract of boring 1,750
feet ; but it is found necessary to bore
still farther, it is contemplnted to enlargo
the bore, and tube w ith cast iron pipe, to
Elections. B.'twe m now and the th
of November next, the Free States will
elect 127 of the 236 members of the next
Lmted States House of Representatives,
leaving nine to be elected in March and
April next three in New Hampshire,
four in Connecticut, aud two in Rhode Is
land. Vermo it will commence the elec
tion of members to Congress, September
7th, and Maine will follow six days later
in ihe same month. The Middle and
Western Stales will elect their 113, in
October and Novembc.
18 hereby given to George Cnffman and to all
others w urn it mav concern, that I wt 1
appear at the Land Office in Omaha on Satur
day, Auir. SIft'.h. at 10 o'clock A. Ivf., and
there prove mv right to pre-empt fie F.W. J of
the 8. W. quir'er, Section 31, ant thn W.halt
of the N W. quarter of Section 31,Townhip
1 3, Ranre 12, Kast of the tuh principal merid
ian, in rvebraska lerrurrv.
88-:it ORIN KINGMAN.
IS hereby civen to William Larimer, Jr.,
and to all others w' om it may concern.
tuat I will appear at the Land Office in Oma
ha, on Saturday, Aug. 28, 1858. at 10 o'clock
A. and there prove mv rignt to pre-empt
the S. E. , of Section 30, Township 13,
Ranee 11, Kait of the 0th principal meridian
In Nebraska termor v.
3t-38 WILLIAM M. ERVIN.
TERRITORY OF S EUR ASKA t Probate
COUNTY OF SARPY. J Court.
Upon beint; satisfied of the existence of
claims against the estate of John Hay, de
ceased late of said County, and upon the ap
plication of Win. 11. wngnt, administrator or
said estate, the 1st ilay of September A. JJ.
18f8, has been set as lie day for hearing of
Witnesi mv hand ana seal of oCic this 2Sth
day of May A. I). 1:8.
38tf WM. II. couiv, j'ronate judR.
"OTICE m hereby civen that the County
I oitiminsiontrs of Sarpy county, Ne
braska Territory, will meet at Plnttford, in
said conn'y, n: Tuesday the lull day of bep
tember, A'.U.W, at'J o'clock, A. M., to
view a road ueacntu'd in pention us Beginning
at Plattfo-d, running along the bankot the
Platte River, thence leaving said river, totbt
foot of the Bluff, to the Sioue Quary Lake,
thence to Sauntee, thence to tht best and
most practicable route to forest city.
Ha id commissioners win men nieri aia
o'clock P. M. at the house of Sin.on P. Ran
dolph at Sinntee, lo hear all parties Interest
ed in the loc tio.i of said road.
Bv or lr of the county commissioners.
STEPHEN U. BANGS, county clerk.
Bellevue Aug 11, 15.
Dodge, Platte, and Munroe Counties.
15 rjT''Dy JJlVfn i r il diwn ara n diucii
infreo'ted, that I will appear at tha Land
Uifiee in Wmnlia, en rnuay me iiiii ony or
Ar ist, 18."8, at 10 o'clock A. M., and there
nrove my richt to pre-empt the North Eat i,
lot Suction IS, Township 13, Range 13, East
of the Hth principal meridian in Nebraska
Aug. 9 I8j8-3?38 JOHN M. fcKUCH.
IS hereby given to Bennett Doherty, and all
others to whom it may concern, that 1 will
appear at th Land Office In Omaha, on Fri
day, Aug. 27ih,1858, at 10 o'clock, A.M.,
anil there prove my right to pre-empt the S.
W. quarter or section n, lowninip ut
Range 12, East of the 6th principal meridian,
Aug. 12, 1858-3.38 HENRY HUULE.
IS hereby given to John M. Fraztur. and all
others'to whom it may concern, that I will
appear at the Land Office in Omaha, on Fri
day Aug. 27th 1858, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
and there prove my rijht to pre-empt the o.
W. quarter, of beetton ll, jownsnip J,
Range 12, Font of the 6th principal meridian
in Nebraska lerrttory.
Aug 12, 1858-3t38 MARCUS A. RALr H-
GENERAL ORDERS, NO. 13.
Head Quatirs, Fibst Bbioadi.
NtBRAtKA, VoiuNTr.ea Malitia,
1H llf.vui, N. T.
William N. Dean Is hereby appointed Aid-
de-Camp. His rank is that of Majos. lie wi l
be respected and obeyed by Officers and Pri
vates accordingly. Thia appointment is mads
to fill the vacancy ocrasio ia I by the removal
of Mai. A. J. Unson from the Territory.
Aug. 4 tb, 18i. li.avii I u ruwrn.
Brio. Cen. Fisst Bmgadi,
N. V. M.
system of horse-taming as practiced by I ,t,-e ftUention they could desire, from the
I I o ri a : 1 1 t I '
jinn a. i.arey in r.uroim, :,,, ... f, rw.-v Kl..
- . i' ciitiriiiaiii v ltr i m . n a i . . 'tj
opportunity of receiving it from one who
is .apable of teaching it.
Mr. Rarey intends starting next week
for Nashville, Tenn., from which place
he will go to the White Sulphur Sprint,
in Virginia, and after flaying there a
shert nine, he will visit the Northern Ci
ties in the following order: Cleveland
Detroit, Chicago, and St, Louis.
gentlemanly clerk, Mr. Cressy.
leaves St. Josephs on Tuesdjys,
lounc.i Diuns on oaiuiuuys ii cum
Petit Jurors cf the June
Court, are requested to be in attendance
at the adjourned term on Monday nevt.
Hich Wate. For the last ten days
we hnve been visited by a Hood, which
has forced the rivers out of their chan
nels, and in some instances has caused
great damage in some localities. The
Kansas river has been full, ana along the
low bottoms has over Ho wn, cauing great
iniurv. The Topeka bridge, without
doubt, has been carried away, as large
quantities of bridge materials floated past
this place on Sunday last.
All communication between this place
and the Missouri river towns, as well as
places south of the U aUan a, was cut off jS hereby given to Jacob Ulcus, James Itus
for Rdrtrfil dava in KiircekSinnj. nnJ trav. I a-llo Richard Hnirirard. and all other
l: L II.. I L.'. . 1 wlinm ma v Anrirn lhat I Will aPDeart
e.mg was w ,oy opp. 0g ...v - , q-,;- Frid th, 27tb
oeen compr ueo to lie ovei , anu me re- . of A WAf hud th(!re proVe my right
ceipt of mail matter was not be thought of. to pre-empt the East half and th N. w.
As news bhall reach us from distant
points of the Territory, we are appre
heiisive that a fearful tain of buffering
will be developed. The rolling charac
ter of the prairies, and the absence of
forests to absorb the water among the
i roots ot the trees, ana decaying vege
tation, compels it al once to rind i s
way to the ravines, which bears it on
with great rapidity to tha lesser streanu,
and those to the larger ones, till in two or
three hours from the time a heavy shower
visits the country, many streams have ris
en from twenty to thirty teet, sweeping
everything before it. and then rec diras
rapidly as ihey rose. Bridges, and efery
thing that obstructs their precipitous cur
rents, are borne away before them. This
must continue to be the case, until greater
capital shall enable us to erect more per
maiieiit atructures. lleraU of Iretdom
Fifteen millions of dollars are supposed
to be spent by the people of the Union for
quarter, of the S. K. qnar -, ' iecu?"'
Township 1-2, north af Rang 11, Et of th
6th p incipal meridian in Nebraska Territory.
37-3t F. M.T.GRAHAM.
TS hereby given to Teter Wilkinson.Wm.Wil
klMinn. an I all r.ther whom It may concra
that I will appear a the Land Office in Ooi
ha on the 23rd day f August 18, and 1 ther
prove rovrizht to pre-m t the E 1-2 of N. r...
and E 12, of S. fc. 1-4, of section 12. Town
ship 13, Range 12, Kt or m uui jirmci
meridian in Nebraska Territory.
37.3t WM. u.
IS hereby given to Peter Wilkinson, Wm.
Wilkinson, and all others whom i' my
. .a -tll ..a, Aiv ff nA II 111 r
conc ern, tltai 1 win npper at in. -ia
Omaha, on the 23rd day of August 1M
and there prove my right to pre-empt tn
W 1-2, of the N. E., and W or. r.. --.
of ection 12, Town.hip 13, Rang 12, Et
tb 6th, principal meridian, Nebraska Tr"
t037.3t JOHN S. S EATON-
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