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A Republican SUte Convention will be held at the
&Vu Lincoln, on Wednesday the lOUi dy of Au-
T" tZJT?. in tlV m for tht nuruosu of Dla-
""i.i" Y.'tTr af.ul. VTr-'ilMiiber of
Cs-Lres. one candidate ror Member of Oumrnaut I
JXtJ,! candidates Tor aovcrnor. Secretary of
5wt Treasurer, Superintendent or PabUc Iostruc-,
SutePrion Inspector and Attorney General,
tS&Sransacuoof , . other hhIu
BMAuir ivtrnf niMiiri? i lie --- --
Z2ZiZi from each Judicial 4)lMtrlct will
ISSlnSe Suitable pcrm f.r strict Attorney
.a Z-.- wAnt frnm fAMl
tot tfcdr rest
TofesaVe entitle to delegates In the con-
??T?r5Lt -- mnti w!ll 1k fullF rennwont-
-" ".?aTTi iint that kk1 men be helecsed
lErSe Virlous offices, andjthat hariaony prevail In
Br erter of the Oo nATlfAWAY. OiTn.
piftttsmonth. 2eb., May 27, 12TU.
Tb SepabUcaa Connty Oonvnetlon will be held at
OwMt HoSe lnBrownvllleon thcRh day ofJulj
MXt. at one o'clock p. m for the purpose of elect Ins
35EdeleEateato the Itermbllcan State ,Cpnvcu
Koa.nd f6r the pnrpoe of electing hve delegates
the Third aMorifalnventlon.
.htSfTolSsTon ufe aj"da-of July at Tour
i'clock p. m.. at which tfiere vnu pe eirorauoc-
(KesIO Uie Liouaijr uiuicuuvu o ...-.
There will also be a County Republican Oonven-
..AaVr,Jri7Sv.,. TTntnln BroWIVllle.Sep-
STmhiraith next, at one o'clock p. m. for the ipur
iSZL r SnmlBxtlrKT oae Senator and four IXepr&en-
Wirw. The Prednct Caucuses to elect delegates.
the aald CoriTentlon will be held at the usual
l .- nttnv nn Th 17tH BUT OI BO UCmUW. '"
i Af-vntinc nn the 17th dar of September, at
ST?clockB.maDdwltI send np to the County
0TBUoa the same number or QCiegaiea as auot c
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JAKVIS 8. CHURCU, Cli'n.
It 1 to be hoped that the person
wh wrote the windy editorial for the
Pawnee Tribune, feels relieved after
gettiag rid of the extra amount of bile
1m let off in the last Issue of that pa
ft. He frets and foams like a gen
ttamm bovine with a curtailed nar
?tivein fly time. The burthen of
kte ong seems to be that the "Senator
from BROWNVILLE" has "in the
feallfl of the National Senate, the ef
frontery to attack Gov. Butler."
Wonderful "effrontery" to-be-sure!
As the "Central Branch Ballroad"
kfts, U slang parlance, "gone back"
its agreement, we have not a word
to say in its behalf as an Individual
enterprise, but on general principles
repeat the question we asked two
weeks ago : "Where was the swindle
i this Land Grant in 18G2?" The
grant for thiB very same enterprise
made by Congress in lbua, ana
were more xoua in iu praiBe
all locaUtfee in this SUte, and
specially those south of the
i. and still more especially he
fctttlHy from which aow goee up the
Wwl referred to la taw. forefolng. It
was looked -apon as a God-sen that a
'Ballroad enterprise was coming into
mmA oneniner ud the-interlor of our
State. But now forsooth when a Rail
road organization of our own; State
xansout from the river, In the. same
direction, comes In conflict.' with
Vm Central Branch, and is of neces
sity compelled to make some trivial
compromise arrange'ments to make
saceess certain, then there is a great
moindle afloat! The animus of this
whole opposition is evident to those
acquainted with the history and facts
tot the case. The opposition is not be
cause of a swindle in the Central
Branch enterprise, but because of the
benefits certain localities in our own
State will derive, and that the owner
of certain individuals has been at
tacked in the "National Senate" by
the "Senator from BROWNVIHLE."
Again ; much is said by those who
are in opposition to this measure
against foreign companies coming in
to and operating in our State ! Are
such persons and papers forgetful of
the fact that wo have not a foot of
Bailroad in this State to-day but what
was built bv foreicrn companies and
foreign capital? Did Nebraska capi
tal build the U. P. R. R.? Did it
balld the roads from Blair, Platts
aaoHth, Nebraska City and Rulo? Not
a wait of it. Away with such non
sense. Nebraska Is compelled to seek
foreign capital, companies and influ
ence to build her Railroads. She can
40 something it is true, in way of aid
fey taxing the future, and she is doing
"R'Jiberally and "manfully wherever
and whenever called upon, and is en
titled to great oredit. But her reli
ance is, and must be- for some time to
come, on foreign capital and influence,
.and he or they who cry out, "down
with foreign capital and influence,'
are Inexcusably short sighted, or' no
friends of the true interests of the
All this pitching Into Senator Tip-
.tpn for his course in this railroad mat-
,tar, 4s simply worse than nonsense.
Mr. Tipton has not supported, nor has
he ever favored an idea of giying an
inch of NcbrasJxL lands to build a
road outside of our State. Arid we
further assert that theman-who'wottld
aot favor the General Government in
'mvntr -nubile lands ih Nebraska to
'build railroads in Neoraska, is not a
true friend to the interests of the
State. We care not where a railroad
eomee from, or where it goes, if it
passes through -any portion of our State
twa are 4a favor of Jt; and when it
-mm fee aided fejr.th doaation of Gey-
rsiaaeat heads," we are in favor of its
.-..Kuch ado k mad by scheming
1 tricksters about the poor settler. We
are as heartily in favor of aiding arid
jrotectihg the pioneer settler who
somes among us, and endures the
hardships and privations Incident to a
new country, in order that a founda
tion may bo laid for the generations
to come, as any man. We undertake
: to say that not a foot of land vould
nave been taken up in Nebraska by
actual settlers, west of the river tier
counties, had it not been for the pros-
of railroads. Settlers are to-day
inside the limits of railroad land
and paying two dollars and
nts per acre, In preference to
fee dollar and twenty-fivo cents else
where, They have no use for Ne-:.Vr&kaiJflndland.sy.iJhoutrailroads.
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Tho Ti. Ft. K. & 1'. It. It. Olli
which Mr. Tipton and others aro la
boring bo zealously to secure the pas-
passagcof, contains different and new
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icaiurca iruiu 2 rVlf "
i .. -t.w:2o.- rni.o nla nre
ever uiiiuru vuiii;iiJi3."T .. -
not to he given toithcnipnny.-; film-,,
nlv the proceeds. Aml the actum
settler can go in t any time and take
any or all the lands, at two dollars and
fifty cents per acre. It was,gotten up
in this shape for the express purpose
of favoring the settler. Ihe best
thing the State or General Govern
ment can possibly do for the settler is
td build railroads for them.
Surveying Party Ft. K. & P. R.
The following compose the Survey
ing and Locating party of theBrown
ville, Ft. Kearney & Pacific Railroad
Geo. Woleolt, Chief-Engineer.
T. Y. Bedford, Resident Engineer
Geo. W. Martin, Leveller.
F. E. Butterfield, Rodsnian.
Geo. Blackburn, Flagman.
Ben. B. King and James Frazer,
Jas. Haddernian.Axman. .
B. Soman, Comissary and Cook.
Frank Clark, Teamster.
The party entered the field again on
Monday morning, bright and early,
armed and equipped for business. The
present objective point is Beatrice,
via Tccumseh. The road Is now loca
ted to liear Tecunisehand will be im
mediately pushedon. to Beatrice, and
as soon as the office work can be
a contract will be let and
work pushed forward to that point as
rapidly as men and means can do it.
Brownville must have a road into
the interior, and she tc'dl have it.
Johnson and Gage counties, particu
larly, must have an Eastern outlet ;
her industry, enterprise and immense
crops demand it, and they will have it.
Their nearest and most favorable out
let and connections aro at the Mis-
river, and the people understand it.
There Is now pending and to be
voted on, July 30th, a proposition be
fore the people of Johnson county, to
aid in the construction of this enter
prise in tho sum of one hundred
thousand dollars donation. The Com
missioners of Gage county will, on
the loth of tliis month, submit a
proposition of tho same amount and
conditions, to be voted on by the peo
ple of that county.
Th'e Tccumseh Chieftain, in speak
ing of tho question in Johnson coun
In this call tlto Interests of the people nre
well guarded, ond, we ennnot ,sco why ony
ono can vote against tho proposition who Is
at all desirous of having a railroad complete
through the county In tho shortest possible
time, and willing to contribute something to
accomplish that end. Tho tlme-for complet
ing tho road .to Teoamseh Is limited to eigh
teen sionths this seems a very short time,
but It is all the time the company asked.
Just think or It; a train of cars will leave
for BrownvlUe on tho morning of Christmas
18TI, The present crop now being harvested
Is tfc last one the termers will have to cart
away off to tha Missouri to find a market for
It. Tfecerovof ISfBwlll be put oa the ears
right at acne. Will that not b better than
to wait llVe s4x years for a railroad, even IT
It ooald thn be had for nothing? But, one
who Is opposed to bonds sayB It will not be
hnllt within that time! In that case then
tUero will be, nothing to pay, for the specified;
time is a part or the contract, isaiu comple
ted by that time toTocnmseh, then the counf
ty will pay In bondsthe sum of $00,000; the balji
ance. S4O.U0O, to b&pald when the road Is nnr
lahed and tho cars running through the
Now, thts mattor. Is In tho hands of our
people, and whether we shall havo the road
within tho time named or at all, depends on
them. "Vc hope the friends of tho enter
prise hero will bo wide awake as to Its im
portance to this county, and not sleep and
dream over the matter and trust to luck, but
use every possible honorable menus to carry
tho election ; for tho future welfare ol this
county depends much on tho success of this
The Trunk Road.
Will the Nebraska A dvertiscr and Brown
ville Democrat, the especial champions of tho
St. Louis & Nebraska Trunk lloari. In regard
to which so many brilliant promises wero
mado to tho people, below and above JJrown
ville, tell us what has become of It? This is
nn enterprise which, certainly, ought not to
die from sheer, and pathetic neglect of Its
friends. It does seem to us that If the friondH
of this Itoad would go to work in earnest for
It, Instead of endeavoring to hoax the people
of Falls City, In regard to a road from Ilia-'
watha, they would accomplish moro for tho
country at least exhibit moro wisdom.
TrrBTnuKK Road. We aro questioned on
this subject almost dally, and to give all our
friends all tho Informnllonin ourpower, and
save so much personal explanation, we will
say that we knowhothing whatever about it
We don't know whether anybody else docs.
Thoso men who wero once its officers keep
their mouths hermetically scaled on tlio sub
ject. Tho time will soon expire undor which
It is to receive county subsidies, and then we
presume an attempt will be mado to organize
a company and build a road. Wo are con
strained to admit that we arc duped and de
ceived by the men who promised that tho
road should bo running to Brownvlllo by the
4th of July. Brownville Democrat.
We thank the Tribune for its disin
terested adviceand instruction, indul
ging at the same time the hope that
it charges nothing for its efforts in
behalf of Brownville.
We regret to know that our neigh
bor down street is again suffering
from a renewed attack of a periodical
chronic affliction, to which he seems
to be constitutionally disposed, known
as "duped and deceived.)' Webster
defines duped'a foolish bird, easily
caught."' Wo advise our friend to
try broken doses of practical common
sense. Will ho never convalesce ?
Seriously, we think this persistent
bellowing about a matter which the
writers acknowledge they "know
nothing whatever," is. an exhibition
of an inclination to find Tault'Witli
Eomo one.or more, which Is wholly
unpardonable under tho circumstan
ces. All has been said by the officers
jmd .managers of Hie enterprise refer
red to that could be with any degree
of business propriety; all has been
done to forward tho enterprise ; all is
still belng.none to that end. Circum
stances have been such that the de
sired progress could not be made.
Contracts even, have been entered in
to by which this road was to bespeed'
ily bwiltasd which have been frus
trated by men and localities who
ought to have lent a helping hand in
place of waning war. Had some ot
those who are grumbling 30 loudly
and who are constantly boing "duped
and deceived," spent half the time
and money that "officers" have in
this enterprise, there would have been
a different state of affairs existing.
Wa repeat, we fail to see who ha3
beeu, or is being "duped" if the
Trunk Road should never bo built.
No body has paid out a cent thus far
except tho "ofHcers and managers,"
nor will any be called upon for a dol
lar, until the road is builfc.
Now let us pay, as an officer of the
Trunk Road, that U will be built, and
that at no distant day. Not so soon
as wo would desire, or as w,
others, have iauoreu iur, we ii
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SJiy. llUUmilIlW"iucui ,.
tertain no doubt. Of this we can sat
isfy any one who really wants infor
riiation. Ind will call on ns, not ex-
. .i . m. n ...:it l.n l.nilf wt n-
clp4inrUie ."doubting Thomas."
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? Soldiers' Re-Union. K .
On the first page of our present is
HuefwilMc found the proceedings of:
the Soldiers' Re-Union which took
place iu Lincoln on the 4th of July.
There was a very respectable gather
ing of soldiers from the various parts
of the State, and Lincoln ami Lan
caster county all turned out.
The oration by Genl. Livingston
wns one of unusual merit. Being a
4th of July oration, and delivered on
the occasion of a soldiers' re-uni u,
the author very naturally and appro
priately referred to both the early
Struggles of our fore-fathers to secure
for us tho blessings of civil liberty,
and the sacrifices of blood and treas
ure made by their descendants to re
tain the liberties transmitted them.
The General handled the subject in a
most masterly manner. Layingaside
auvthinir nertainini' to party, he dealt
boldly with facts connected with his
tory, progress, and .ending of the
great rebellion. His numerous and
well directed references to leaders in
theause of the Union, and the par
ticipation of the "Boys in Blue,"
were received with constant and
Our ex-rebel and rebel sympathising
journalists are charging this gather
ing of Nebraska soldiers as a politinnl
assembly. Nothing could be1 further
from the truth. There were tnere
men of both parties, and not a word
said in regard to politics. Gen. Grant
was endorsed as a soldier; all, Repub
licans and Democrats, votiugea with
a wiil. Some men, we are aware, do
not like to hear Union soldiers spoken
of in terms of praise. They formed a
dislike to them on tho battle fields.
Progress at Lincoln.
We were pleased to find, on a recent
visit to Lincoln, the new Capital of
of our State, so many evidences of
prosperity and progress. Very many
new" and elegant business houses and
private residences have been erected
this season, and many more in pro
gress of construction.
The SUite Lunatic Assylum is near
ly ready for enclosure. It is built of
the brown sand stone so abundant in
that vicinity; window caps and sills
of the Beatrice white lime stone, and
is a beautiful building in all respects.
Originally, many feared the experi
ment of using this sand stone in so
large an edifice. We hear of no moro
doubts now tho atone ib in tho build
ing. It seems to harden by exposure,
and is giving general satisfaction.
The SUte University is well'nlgh
up ready for tho roof. It will be four
stories high, Including the basement.
The; principal' building is; of brick;
the basement of brown sand stone.
It is expected to be completed by the
beginning of the spring of 1871, and
that the Regentawill. bo able to open
the institution, for. the reception of
r; pupils next season'; ' '
The are rour -new noteisueing erect
ed. The one about.cpmpleted, erected
by Mr. Teichnor, near the Capitol, is
a magnificent building; of ampiedi
menslons and accommadatious ; the
architectural design being of the most
approved modern style, and which
elicits universal admiration. It will
be an ornament to any city.
The present proprietors of the salt
works are making an abundant sup
ply of salt by solar evaporation, and
are preparing for Increased operations
by tho erection of additional reser
voirs or vats.
The Burlington and M. R. R. R. is
completed and cars running to a
point within four or five miles of the
city now, and will in a very few days
be runnincr into tho town. This road
is built in a substantial and first-class
mannor in all respects.. Iron fifty-six
pounds, with fish-joint connections.
Considerable grading is done west of
Lincoln, and a large number of hands
employed In driving forward the
Tho country around is rapidly fill
ing up, and extensivo farms being
opened. Elder Young, who owned a
quarter section of land adjoining iho
town site, recontly sold it for the snug
sum of forty-two thousand dollars.
This will give an idea of tho prico of
real esta'tein and about our new Cap
ital. We fear to refer to the "palatial res
idences" completed and under way
in Tjincoln, lest our sensitive friend
of tho Journal might take exceptions,
and charge us with "unpretty" insin
uations. From Nemaha City.
Nemaha City, July 11.
Mr. Editor: The 4th was very
pleasantly spent in this place. The
Sabbath School children held a pic7
nio in Alex. Sheen's fine grove near
town, and had a nice Jolly time of It.
The Saturday evening previous
there was some excitement in conse
quence of a "conflict" between some
Aspinwall and NemahaCity "bloods."
The former being inclined to clean
out tho latter. 'After sundry skirm
fshes, however, the warfare ended
without serious damage ; no lives lost,
or blood shed.
We have been asked if Senator
Thayer and Representative Taffe are
friendly to the B. Ft K. P. R. R.
Bill. "We are pleased to answor they
are. Our entire'delegation are work
ing harmoniously, incessantly and
zealously for the passage of our Rail
road Bill. Tho only differences of
opinion as to any matters connected
w.th our enterprise, has been in rela
Upn to the Central Branch Bill. : .
The uJ?rqoit'.ijfouse," Plattsmouth,
is the house in that city. Hicby &
Son. Ira in the office, aud tho senior,
general super intea dan t. Mrs. H.
gives personal supervision over the
culinary department. Every thing
abbut the "Brooks" is in "apple pie
order." Don't take our word ; try It,
Uon Jno. Taffe will" please accept
oar thanks for public documents.
Through the kindess of James Em
mons, now at Souix Q'it.3;, wo have
extracts Trom the SouidCity Journal of
the 10th inst., which give an account
of a most horrible murder near Ponca,
Dixon -County, Neb.; about fifteen
frijlea from Souix City. At appear
that the body of an; unknown man
was found dead near the old;? crossing
of Badger Creek lastiTbursuay mor
ning. The coroner's,, inquest j0"""
i.,.t im hwi iwpn shot live times and
stabbed no less than forty-three times.
One Mntliew Miller isupposed to bo.
the murderer from his having Wn
seen last with the murdered man, and
beinc- wounded and Scratched when
first seen after the murder, and from
his having suddenly disappeared.
His parents reside in Ponca.
Nothiug was found on the victim to
identify hlui. He was out to buy
land and it is supposed had quite a
sum of money with him. He is des
cribed as being about 35 j ears of age,
five feet nine inches high, bald head
ed, with dark whiskers and mustache,
there were two large scars across the.
top of his 'head and one scaj across
the back Of left hand, near the wrist.
From the same we also learn that a
flpWnitan' of hostile Indian Chiefs.
came down on the Bertha, in charge
of Maj. Randall, from the Cheyene
Agency, on their way to Washington
to have a talk with the Great Father.
Throw nf tho chiefs represent the
Miuicoujo.band, which is the .lajgest
band of hostile Indians in th'uppei:
country ; UioVrr -bitr'-ulsu -Tcrosenta-
tives of the Sahsarcs'and Two Kettle
The Journal says :
Tho chief object of tho visit l3,to give theso
arrogant and war-dlsp6sed scamps an oppor
tunity to see the number and strength of tho
Great Father's lodges.
We only wish the Great Father
would send a better representation of
Lodges (regiments) out after them in
stead of putting them to so much
trouble to come and see.
Change of Editors in the Omaha Re
publican. The last number of the Omaha lie-
publican announces that Col. k. li.
Taylor vacates the Chair-Editorial for
J. Teesdale, Esq.
We have known Col. Taylor as a
newspaper editor for twenty years
past, and take great pleasure in testi
fying to his ability and usefulnesin
that line. Being a practical printer,
"born and bred" in a printing office,
he knows just how to cater for the
public. Since his residence in Ne
braska he has been unceasing in be
half of every interest of the State. -
As to Mr. Teesdale, while he Is an
old editor from our native State, we
know nothing of him save by reputa
tion ; that Is all that could be desired.
He was formerly editor of tho Ohio
State Journal, Columbus, Ohio, lat
terly editor of the State Jlcgittcr, Des
Mbines,'Towa. We welcome him to
the editorial fraternity in Nebraska,
and hope for him a; carreer of useful
ness and popularity iu our new State.
The Fonrth of July at Tosta.
Nemaha Co., July 10, 1870.
The Fourth of July was celebrated
in good style by the people of Vesta,
in Johnson county. It was estimated
that at least one thousand people
were present, which, considering that
there were celebrations at various
points, within n few miles, wasagood
The principle features of interest
were: Good speaking by Judge Gil
lispie, of Tccumseh, S. Roberts, of
Deer Creek, an. iL others; vocal aud
instrumental music, the former con
ducted partly by the Sunday School
scholars, and partly by the Vesta Glee
Club, and an excellout dinner, of
which all wero invited to partake.
We left with a very good opinion or
tho energy, ability, liberality, and
kindness of the Johnson County peo
ple, and shall always remember the
pleasant hours spent among them.
Jfew Appontments for Nebraska.
We see by Washington telegram
that J.H.Kellqra has been, nominated
by tho President for post master ai
Omaha; Fred. Rennerfor Nebraska
City, and C. M. Baird for Lincoln.
Wc were favored this week with a
call from J. H. Downino, Esq., of
the Leavenworth Daily Bulletin.
Pleased to make his acquaintance;
and find him a very intelligent and
agreeable gentleman, as all newspaper
men nre. as aimatterof course. He is
interested and enthusiastic in regard to
RailroadTrfatters in the west, and will
do much to aid, in the way of writing
them" up. He is Justin from, a trip
out west Beatrice and Tecumseh.
While at Beatrice the other day, we
had the pleasure of making the ac
quaintance of Theodore N. Coleman
of the Beatrice Express, and 'are
pleased to say that he is both "a gen
tleman and a scholar." He had just
returned from tho East with a new
wife, and of course was "gay and
mj 1 i 11
An exchange wants "air editor who
can pi ease everybody. Also a fore
man who can so arrange ihe paper as
to allow every man's advertisementto
head the column," or next to thd read
ing, matter each week, or no pay.
Our compositor last week in notice
of personals, had us say Gen. Danl.
Rennick. It should haveyread Bem
ick". The General -has located among
us, an opened an office over Wilson'
old store-room, wo aro glad to an
nounce. We were pleased to meet this week
a friend of old, Hon. Nathan Myebs,
years ago a Representative in our
Territorial Assembly, from Richard-
Mr. M. isnow a resi
dent of Missouri. :
Persons stepping at Tecumseh
should not forget that the "Sherman
House" is the place to stay; 16 is
kept .by that jolly good fellow, Tieb
ney, who runs a Hotel in "A" No. 1"
,. iijrff.gj j .i ml'l,.Vf!..L.g.Jarf
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For the Benoilt of Soldiers
To Gen. Thayer we are indebted for
a copy of tbefolIowingBill, which he
has introduced into tho U S. Senate.
Tfc has been rcaditwicK and referred to
the Committeeju PublicLanjJ :
A HlI.Ii TO AMENJJ . TiIKiiu-"'"
ACTS KOIt'TIlB BENEFiTOF $
SOLDIERS. ..,t "?
Be it enacted by ite&?)'?T a.?
House of Representatives of the United
States of America in Congress Asem
bled That every private soldier and
Sft.r hn has served iu the army of
the United State during, the whcUioii
for one year, and remained l5alo0
U10 Government, and every seaman
marine, and officer, or other person,
who lias served in the Navy of the
United States, or in the inarme corps,
or revenue marine during therebe J, on
for one year, and-remained I0j.1i 10
the Government, and who has a ready
":.";., fh fntiin trtke up a home-
ui uiujr ,u mw ..rv -- -- . , .
stead under me " - ; :p :
shall be entitled to receive a patent
therefor, after proving improvement,
as already required? and residence
thereon for two years.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted.
That the Commissioner of the Ven,e.r"
al Land Office is hereby authorized to
prescribe the necessary rules antl reg
ulations to carry this act into ellect,
and determine all facts necessary.
From the Nemaha Valley Journal.
Information to the Pawnee Tribune
We take pleasure In informing the
"Pawnee Tribune" that the people of
this locality Were not aware that they
were being "hoaxed" by the citizens
of Brownvilie in regard to a moon
shine railroad, proposing to run from
Hiawatha to Brownville. We would
state for the information. offethe Tri
bune, that the Southern Nebraska &
Northern Kansas R. R. was organized
under the laws of the States of -Kansas
and Nebraska during the past
winter.. That the points of termani
of said road are Lawrence on the
south, and Nebraska City on the
north, passing through Holtont Hia
watha, Falls City and Nemaha City.
Thus forming a link; in tne -great line
from Omaha to Galveston. The coth
pany is fully organized, with office
and headquarters of the Nobraska'Di
vision at Falls City tho President of
the road and several Directors residing
here. Jefferson, Jackson and Brown
counties, in Kansas, now have propo
sitions pending before the people to
aid this enterprise by issues of bonds.
Forty miles of the road from the
junction with. the St. Joe. &D. C. R.
R. aud mostly in Nebraska, have been
surveyed, located and grade stakes
driven. County aid has been secured
in Nebraska, ground has been broken,
erradimr is -nrozressinir, and the En
gineer Corps is still in the field. The
road will be completed to Falls City,
adistanco of eleven miles by tho first
of January next, forming a junction
hore with the B. & S. W. R. R.
From the Sioux City Journal of 10th, Inst.
River News. '
Capt. B. F. Woolfolk, of the Bertha,
becoming infected with the steamboat
racing mania, got his jjraft in good
'trim and tried her running- pdw:r oh
a trip from this city to Whetstone and
return. Tho trial was satisfactory,
everything working Well, aud her
timo for the round trip is unprece
dented. She left here on the 4th lust.,
at 5 o'clock p. m. with 22S tons of
freight. At Ponca she took on 1,400
sacks of flour, which detnincd) . her
three hours and two minuted, aud at
the. Yancton Agency she lost two
hours and nine minutes in discharg
inirSO tons of Indian coods: fifteen
minutes were lost in putting1 off' Some
frctghtntFort Randall, and five hours
fn a wind storm. At the Whetstono
Agency she discharged 1G0 "toils of
freight, and took on 300 packages of
hides, detaining her eight hours. In
landing at Randall, Bon Homme, and
Yaiiktoh, she lost one hour. She ar
rived, at this place on the afternoon of
the Sth inst., making the round trip
of G30 miles in three days, twenty
two hours, and forty minutes, includ
ing twenty-one hours and fourteen
minutes lost on the trip. This time,
we arc informed, is better than any
time before made, for the same dis
tance, by any boat on tho upper Mis
souri. This is undoubtedly fast time..
There are twenty-six Republican,
and five Democratic newspapers pub
lished in Nebraska, as follows :
News, Arago. t .
Advertiser, Brownville. .(J
Nqu$v Covington, ', ', .
. Journal, Falls Cityi' . . ; .
Tribune. Fremont. ...
Little Blue, Jenkin's Mills.
CAro7cfc,sNebraska City; .,
Press, Nebraska City. ,
Staats Zeiiang, Nebraska City.
Republican, Omaha. -The
Western World, Omaha.
Agriculturist, umana., . ... ,, .' ,
.,Mome Circle, Omaha. .
Tribune, Pawnee. ...,
Orchard & -Vineyard, Pern. .,
.JTijUcs, Ashland. ,.
. Star, Fort Kearney.
Independent, Grand. Island.
Independent, North Platte.
Times, Nebraska City: r'
.Register, R u lo.
We suggest that the publishers and
editors of the State press meet at Lin
coln on Wednesday, the 10th of August
for the.purpose of organizing a State
(Press Association, and the transaction
of such other business as may. bo
The Railroad will be finished by
that time, and as tho Republican
State Convention is to incjct pfc Lin
coln on that day,, every newspaper in
the Stato will p'robably desire to have
representatives there. Omaha- Re
Daraiie City, W. T July 7.
The Laramie Sentinel, of the 7th,
says: ''Afterdark last night a man
,camc in. from North Park to Sherman
Statipnnand' reported that there had
been"a -general massacro of white
miners there, by tho UteB. The re
pqrt, as it comes to us, is that a party
of Cheyennes came in there, and the
Ufes went to the miners to get them
,to Kelp fight tho Cheyennes, which
they refused to do. A fight then oc
curred between the Utes and Cheyen
nes,.AVhich lasted some five hours,
when the latter iled. Then the Utes
wentral tho miners, and. killed a)I
,thoy could, find of tliem. Our infor
mant states that ha buried three kill
ed at John Oilman's cabin or near iL
Ono was a man named Shipman,
who was sick and. in care of Mr. Van
Dyke, from whom we published a let
ter only four days ago. We did not
learn the names of the others. They
were all very much mangled and
their heads chopped to pieces. Up to
the present writiugt Van Dyke has
not been heard, from, though, his bat
and .coat was found in the . cabin. In
the'nfe3ent .excitement,- it is difficult
to get at the facts, but ve regard it as
certain that the Utes have "broken out
upon us, and several have hecn killed
over at the Park.
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tt : ..-.j;fc,f.Mafc- -2ftZ
WAii irr EUitoPE.
There Is a fair prospect of a Tar between
France and Prussia over the succession to tho
Spanish Throne. Franco threatening Prus
siaif tlwrrince pt Anstorlarr-a Froaslai
Prince, ut not of the SoyaV'Farnily be
the Spanish Cortes as King;
PruKsIacpUcs that shc'ias nothing to do
with thcdvancemerit of "the Prince of Aus- 1
itorla, butlf chosen will sustain himFrance
Is preparing for war; Prussia la almost al
ways prepared. War Is Imminent.
Special to tho Omaha Dally Herald.
Cheyenne, W. T., July 7. A par
ty "of' twenty prospectors, who left
here for the Snake River mines'threo
weeks ago, returned to-day. They
witriessed-n fight between the Utes
and Cheyennes, in the North Park,
aud probably owe their liv.es to the
fact that the Indians were fighting
among themselves. July 4th they
found the body of Mr. Shipman, at
Independance mountain, shot twice,
nnd sealned. Two axes were driven
in his head, and his body mutilated
in 11 manner too horrible and disgust
ing to mention in print. Eighty
miles northwest of here, at North
Platte ferry, they found the bodies of
'twp iriore' miners, mutilated in a like
manner; the names are unknown.
The Indians perpetrating the mur
ders are, undoubtedly, Cheyennes.
About sixty miners are at Hews'
Peak gold mines, fifty miles west of
Nor,th Park. They are.panniug out,
on ah average, five dollars per week,
to the man.
JIT. E. Chnrcn Resolutions.
The Methodist E. Church Conven
tion which rnct at Plattsmouth on the
28th of June last, passed the following
Whereas, ' Our Government rests
upon the virtue and intelligence of a
majority of the people, and depends
for its permanency upon the main
tainec thereof;, therefore, be it
Resolved, 1st. It is not only the
privilege huts the imperative duty of
Christiansen to put forth every ef
fort to secure in the political parties
with which they act the adoption of
pure principles and the advocacy of
correct measures, and to this end we
urge upon thCm-.the necessity of at
tending upon tho primary meetings
and nominating conventions of their
respective parlies, so Hint only men
of intelligence and known moral in
tegrity may bo put in nomination for
,2d. Thnt it is the duty of every
Christian man to meet the responsi
bilities devolved upon, him as an
American citizen by the constitution
and laws.of our country,
i 3d. That all Christian Denomina
tions in the State of Nebraska, be in
vited to uuite with us in our endeavor
to purify political parties.
4th. That the Secretary be reques
ted to furnish a copy of these resolu
tions to each Quarterly Conference
and newspaper in the State.
State Meeting for the Christian
Church of Nebraska,
Will convene nt Lincoln, the Capi
tal, Tuesday, 4 o'clock r. 31., Septem
ber 13th, 1S70. Prominent speakers
are expected to be in attendance from
Kansas, Missouri, .Iowa, Illinois, In
diana and Ohio. Ample provisions
for the entertainment of strangers
will evidently be made, and also re
duction of fare on all the railroads
leading to the city ill be obtained
and published as soon as possible.
Those attending from n distance will
find a committee constantly waiting
io .receive them at the Christian
ChurchVnear tlte center of the city,
just ndrtli of the Court House Square.
Wc nope to nave a report irom eacn
of the Churches in tho State in thq
1. The present number of members.
2. Elders, Deacons their names
3. Spiritual and financial coudition
of the Church.
4. Are you supplied with regular
preaching? How often and by whom?
What have you given the past year
for mlssionrry work?
6. Have you a Lords-day School? and
is it prosperous, &c.
Let these churches bo represented
by written reports, presented to the
meeting by delegates or messengers
chosen by the churches; or, if it
should be impossible to send one or
more messengers, let the report be
mailed to the Secretary of State meet
ing of Christian Church, care of Dr.
G. W. French, Lincoln, Nebraska, in
time for it to be there by September
loth. We hope, however, that alUhe
churches will be represented by dele
ritcs. Public respectfully invited to attend
at the hours for addresses.
D. ft. DUNbAN, State Evangelist.
A Bill for the Relief of Prc-Lmption
Settlors in the State of Xebraska.
Tic if rnacted bv the Senate and
YHoiis'dof Representatives of the Uni-
tea states oj America in uuuyrvw -scmblcd,
That settlers upon the pub
lic domain within the limits of the
State of Nebraska, who, prior to tho
first of January, eighteen hundred
and seventy, had filed their declara
tory statements under tho pre-emption
laws for tracts once oilered at
public sale and after included in the
lateral limits of any withdrawal for
railroad grants, whero such lands are
at date of filing, as aforesaid, subject
to disposal, under said pre-emption
laws.and who, through erroneous be
lief that by such withdrawal the lands
so settled upon aud claimed became
subject to the designation of "unof
fered" lands, have failed to make the
proof and payment required by law
within one "year from the date of al
leged settlement, shall be, and are
hereby allowed and authorized to
make such proof and payment within
one year from the passage of this act,
upon showing a full compliance with
all other provisions of the pre-emption
laws: Provided, That such set
tlements were upon tho even number
sections, and nt include cases de
clared to7' be invalid by the Commis
sioner of the General Land Office.
NEW AJ rEItTISSMJSKTS
MUXES AT AUCTION.
H EADQU.inTKRR DEPABTMEXT OT Tim PX-lTTr.)
C'JrlKF QUATTTKniLVSTEB'S OFFICS,
Ojiaha, Neb., July 3,1570. J
BY PntECTION' of the Quartermaster General,
the foi:ovlng animals -more or lean) will be
sold" at pnbUc aoctlon, being in excess of the wnnta
irtlii'Annr. TJnaecrvIcebleand In Koodor-
f der. and ara those advertised Jane 10th and 3Kb,
. TOMAlIA.GITY.NEBRABKrV -'
500 MIIIiES, a July 19th, 1870.
FORT KEARNEY, NEBRASKA.
10 MTXJCES, on JnlySlat, 1870.
FORT D. A. RUSSELL, WYOMING,
400 MULESjOB Jaly 33th, 1870.
IfORT SANDERS, WYOMING,
42 MULES, on July 29th, 1870.
" ; VORT FREir STEEL, WYOMING,
35 3ITjLES, on August 2, 1S70.
130 31CLES, an August 4, 1870.
' "tf ,,r4 CAMP DOUGLAS, UTAH,
35 3ITXLES, oa August 8, 1S70.
f " j? " ! J
Th5 safes wiU commence at ten o!clccli A. 3L oa
Terms: Cash on delivery of anlmahs.
.,c- -; -v-.ri.jf . -Bvt.,BriK.pGen,i;
Zt . , Cb.Qr.Mr.
yr-jrv'&i hi. -uUi&&3
Alexander Maiors. Esq., arrived in
the city on Monday evening from Ida-J
ho, and left again on Tuesda'. He is
proprietor or the "fcoua foprings,"
Bear Rier, in Idaho, and proposes to
aid nature in making it the great wa
tering place of tha continent. Mr.
Majors meets many old and warm
friends in this city and county. Ne
braska City Chronicle.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That proposals
will be received for the erection ot a Bridge
across a branch C the Muddy, at or oa the east flec
tion line or section?, town 5, range 12. east. Tho
Bridpe to be Jorty foot spau, with abutments eigh
teen feet hlch. ,
Alo a bridge acrow I-ons Branch, near tbn south
east corner of-.ectIon , towt 4, ranje 12. rasr. Size
.to, or thbbrldjje, not inWo. rartlesblddlagwill
have to measure.
The"BrMges to be of good material. The right to
reject any or all bids rcsrvcil.
By order ol the Board of Commissioners.
JAS. M. HACKER, ,
awv Connty Clerk.
J. E. SHOOK & BE0.
Wonfd Inform their numerous friend andthepub-
1 Ic generally that they I lave on hand a large
assortment or an xinu.-' oi
which they will ?eli nt price to suit cus
do weU to caU and see them at tr e!r I.uia&cr Yiird
tomers. Partus inteniims to nnini woma
before purchasing eisewberi xaai
HOW TO MAKE GOOD
USr OJSrJi! TAY!
Txora. Cidor, Sorgirurt, Saolasses, Su
gar, "Wino, or ilto juice of any fruit,
Directions Simple nutl DSjisy. Cost
aot oKe-kalT that of tko old process
of aUowing Cider to sour in Intxrels.
Aaf ono can mako it. Full Direc
tions sent upon receipt of Pifty Cents.
Address, YT. IL BLSHOP,
33-jira STI.O VIS. MO.
FAYOIUTE TKROTJtiK PASSSS&ER
CHXCAGOj BUIu5rSGTONiJi Q,TINCY
Shortest, Best, jiiiciiest, and only Di
rect Houte lo vliicago.
Best, and In every particular, the meat dealruble
route to - - r-
DETROIT. 2&AGAIIA rALLS.
irAJIMSOXH VK(t. IULLLA !ELVUIA
NEW YOIII1 AXD UOSTQS,
and all principal liistcrn cities.
The emooth nnd perfect Track, HiiKnlflccnt Puy
Coaches. I'VfJXrAX PALACE SIJIEVIXO
CARS, and the regularity with which train are run
on this Ynvoritc lloute, are a suiKclent guarantee
to rassenger, or
satetx; coiryoATAXn speed.
. Plrect and suro connections are made nt Clslcngo,
iorir romc a xd cotc i go lzgjitsjxo
Giving pusseasera choice of thrto routes Arotu
CHICAGO TO XEW YOKfC
WTI'IIOIT CHAXGE OF C-iJiS-.
1jfej FASSKNOIUiS GO!Ni EAST.and desirous
?Cifi of 3svBri:i;r all the CfiaGr.rfS nf qwaVm
Railroad Travel. eho-tld. 1 -T!!r--Jar to ntkjor m.J
see tlint their llekrJs ri-l Chicami. ltrfinctitn. aul
Qulney Eiilrvid, which ei.n he iibtnitiPd Jtf nil prin
cipal offices of St. Jrisn-I- anil Cnnnl HluflHlt.lt..
H-Am!baI&St. Joseph ItuUroad, and at the Com
pany a Depot tn iuu-y.
Tttre aZtmij ot Unc at fty any otlter Routt.
ltOlimtT ir Allium.
"en! Snpt., Chicago.
CJen'I Tkt.ARf., Chicago.
li A. FAKKEJt.
The St. Louis Express, via Missouri
alley Kail road.
The train leaving Hnmbun- Station at 10.-COa m.
mnkes immctliiitr connection at St. Joseph With' the
MISSOURI VALLEYlnAnMUWym Fasseni-ers
golncbv thi5 route arrive in I.cavenworih'at-fcM p
di : In Kansas City ut 5rJ0 p m ; and at St. Louis at 0
Fa.it.Tlme So Xlsiht Cuani-M Ele?SBt Sleeping
-' Can Vow Stops Close Connections
X n"itiucar-aul Depots., . -
(f r, J these advantages- secured by taking the
M.AJJL jKpuInr Missouri Valley Railroad at St.
Joseph. Returning. thesameconnectionsareniiule,
and patengers lenvlnj- HL XamU nt 5:30 pm, arrive
In St, Joseph atllKOOam.ucdat Hamburg ul ISov
JVl.SS.EyQ.ESrcIiangecarsatthe junction at St.
MUYYOCE TIWZKTS rA: JUSSQCXr VALLEY
ib is oconouiy
TO GET THE BEST !
Hayeeerisold in Ihe Iasttwoycars
NOT ONE HAS 1ILED TO GIVE
Tbey are universally acknowledged
The hi Cooking Stove
AND WHENEVER KNOWN
Ior TJniforniiiY In. Saiinp,
- Per Economy invito use of Euoli
and their" perfect adaptation to the
WANTS OF Vr'ESTERX PE0ELE !
SEXD FOR TRICE LIST TO .
- Shellenberger Bros.,
LIFI SSUEAMOI CO.
OCicea No. G, 7, S, Opera House,
HOME OFFICE, 201 Broautray, X.
Lemuel Bangs, .Jrcslilent.
Ceo. Elliott VIce-lTcs. & Scc'y.
Kworr ScCIintock. ..Actuary.
X. E. 31. lard3r,S. D Med. Ex.
, " i , ." ' -
GEORGE C COOK, President.
LEltOY SWORMSTEDT, Secretary.
TUOMAS BEVAX. M. D Med. Ex'r.
GRANT GOODRICH. CouascU
Geo. C. Cook, Grant Goodrich,
Of G. a Cook A Co, Ijiwyer.
John V. Fnxvrcll. AbncrTt. Srranton,
Of J. V.FarwelKtCo. Of l"arlngtoa & Scranton
J. IT. Woodvrorth, K. II. Gammon,
fPrestTreasary-Bank Of Gammon &J.Tindle.
L. Hitchcock, h. JI. T. "Vr. Harvey,
AjrW. Book Con. Lumberman.
J.Of. KeIU,a. D. . W S. Carter,
Ed. X.W. Chr. Advocate. Lawyer, Milwaukee.
IL F. Earaca, L. Swormstodt,
Prs. Com. Jf at'I. Bank. Secretary
RET. T. JB. JSMGIV,
GENER .VL AGENT,
Nebraska. City, Neljraslcxt.,
X R. IV 21. ARHOi D,
AJOTTCE U hweby ven that the n
j-X .Mondays in fecw,ir t "WiMiv..
which to rcrilT andrTcSferit a, CT
of the late TV-nRHnghSfdec5';
' ,Irulmt JnJ
Belorc A. IV. 3IorSan, .InT
Theodore ntll and LewLn
lUII. or tae ilrm name I .
ot Theodore mn & Co. Notice. ,
ALLIK IEEABNE3: Yoaarpi ......
that ThatTbrortori! JIU1 and uS?? 7,,?W
firm of 1 heodore UIH & G " oAtataS ,,U',rki
lple; answer qc iji
m., or judgment will b. takVn aitronfaSid
- "".c -notice.
time. and the Frotote h'tr-ZiSF m- a.
the t place; xminet,d How ttha, nZM
ofaneJ. Cotenian M AdiuinbtrairiT ..JS1
tate of Jamw IV. Cotenan, dwsS. f ,le
Dated JuueSth, 1S7C -v.
m v , B if lTuhat.j.Mr
JBSTILA y zoixcksT'
r"iAKENopbytfconib?cr;Ur,Jm)ei u-n i
atF.iirvu-w Ut.in n j VtM&W'1
lowing :.-ay Mvok. twltj e ffi2,S:
old inure; one Mrrei i te,r va aJrJrYJr
grey Z yearoluhorse
oldhorse; One i-orrclS vear" nM J ,a
is rapu-.t to PiiwwpSi"
OHE HUNDRED ACRES
A compilation with full and accurate eirta.-.
lota of the 1I0MKSTK-D IVAVS!. eaahHncT;
Instructlnganr p-.n h..w f.secare one iSfiS
acres of nch farming lard for nothing. ,uSl
before leavlnc home. hr.d inthwnchest aSm!
protlnctlveportlon of the Great West. If twT?
ou will never regretit I , "..
if. E. ILVYNAfta
Situated on the Littlsr Nemaha Itlvor. six'ren
miles north .f KrowiIVHie; and four Jeea son'hit
of Nebraska, (itr. - '
lllb.and thorotiKb!y repaired and improved Ui
there! o,I am now prepared to do all klcds of
EXCJEANGE or CUSTOM WOEK
oa short notice anifrcitKmr.ble terms.
Laaiberofall k4)id(.FlHr.2al and Feert, tn-
3icu.iij tu udiiu lursttie. u ill
for Grain or Stock of any k'.rxS.
All TT&ilL Tl":irvsin(cd.
VUESS KUISA2 MISERY
Jturt lubli-Iird in a Scaled Kirrcfope.
A JAN-twron j Nature. Tie:itjiient ami Kadlal
Cim-ot SM-rjnatrt:-.-.. TS'"tinnt Weafenrs,I.
vslutitary Knw'i ; -. :-xi: ! !. b'tlty ami ImS-mi-lit
to M trrtw-!!. h-. .rv(Cn(i'. 0n
suiuptiin'.'Kpmiiy .nd KlK. Mmtal and l't.jlcxl
Incapacity. rHrtnnir rroni wlf iUnat.c. Brltn
jeiiT J. .!ti.VKi;iix, il. D..authborof :&e"ti"rrrn
'ITie wnr'.d reaewnni aatlmr. la this julmlnhlt
Lecture. e!e-riy pruies from Lbonrr exprilmcf,
tha' theawfnl cweTeafs ofrh-hnw rcb
effectual!" renrux tl n itl.'Otit medicine. anl without
ilpngfr-rtwaJglca! ope rations, bou pies, lnilrumr.ft.
r'tigor ftiliN. pointing iot a nwl fcir!
or.ee certain' am: e?ectnat. by yvbkberrJ mCtttt,
ik irattcr what IiLh ronditmn mar be, ma, cur
hlnuwlf. cheaplv. privately and rllc!lr. Till
LECTVRE VTli.T. PROVE A BOOS TO THO
Sent, under neat. In a plain enrelope, to aayiT
dress. ptv')HiUl. on receipt of jixecnu. cr two r
Miimi. AVut. Dr. CulverweU . llarriaioGtiWe,
prices cents. Addrevthf l'aMM
CilAS. J. r. KMXE A CO..
?ot omf iu.r j,."so. y?
HEW STOCK OF
Dry-Goods ud Groceries
A. -,V. ELLIS,
To accommodate the public In and nbont JjkM,
Iiaii jatt received, and opened up iu that plac,ne
GUY-GOODS. OUOCEIIIES, KEADT
which he in sI!f!i; at prices which defr cwar11"
tioa fruia the river towns.
PATIIONIZK K03IK,anda.'wlt Intuitu
can pet Koodsjnst a3 cheap, which b the ca-i m u;
store of .ur. tAW.
THE GREATEST WORE
"K BOOK INVALUABLE
Every Produce Dealer,
Yoh Gar.not Affonl to be "Without lt
..m . vL- -r- nn.-.. H.i n.t, rtalnnirt'
ol to K'eet. li-xi Fr- mid Swtt for at J!
year. The t to ! than half a cent per
and by thU'uetliodshpuchtat e;f!lvS,,,ji
ci-nts a itzen.uunna:uieujuiuer, ","?-' ifSm.
Ht14 durlns the winter for from thirty w H
t.n.1. if ru ujtw; iuivi." ...... --. ..
... .-Ko ....ti Vtm... tlil mpilliiu .h
AXCE OR QUALITY- ERVJI A IREbU "m
IT CONTAINS The w.t receipt ever VM
of readerii.se 4-aar- hirI rancid b"tl?r jf"jj
Kwect. audMUO how to Rlvea uaifonn """."ryiil
color to White iHidUealfed IMtter.and "Jfa
msnuer of luteins nad rei'iicklns batter v a
Tlxcac Tvro li.fccIjpJs alone am
Wortn IIunlres oiww"
?CZ-S"The cheapest and bt Biojle "fjt
nrinsr AVaahinK CVnipouncK now ij . .
d and Soft Soap. Inkf. CiinlleJ. Pain.,
ITtkni nnil Rjif. S.finr
nbhes, Cenn-ntH, and BaKInu rowuei-. -
ITTEI.LS ir..w to'ClusiO- lli.ucy soaatofW
nearly twice theconimon sort. , ,..B..;
rr wt.TSt Ti;1. ifit-it;iniJ iitf mode of aa
carina Hams, andall kinds of "-. . .
IT TELLS I low to Iyo Clothes of all shauw.
fit colore: AW i na.'S''
it n rrsval fo.ht recaJnts for cnrine j ..
Sn ..'. k lom.Vn-st-I.itei.0nr. 'fi.
Tw.tli Ache. )-.ihS,MVm. with 'Sn,,Jrii .!.
II.-.V and r;.lnjil.r.riellnL-. wltUfullalrecu'"'
IHM WV OHf ITII itT 'Itrni. K,,,!f. '"I
17 Tft fJ " fr - "it 1 nsit ""jJsisa
itaaiA. irn m:v i ur, nni i
-'Ctoth pihI lk 1'res.o. tr-,
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