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233 | Peru Pointer 234 | Papillion Times. 235 Pawnee Chief. 236 Pawnee Press. 237 Evening News. 238 Pender Times 239 Pender Republican 240 Pierce County Call. 241 Plymouth News 242 Northern Nebraska Journal. 243 Webster County Argus 244 Red Cloud Nation.. 245 Red Cloud Chief. 246 Harlan County Ranger 247 | Rising City Independent 248 Rushville Recorder 249 Rushville Standard 250 St. Edward Sun 251 St. Paul Republican 252 | Phonograph-Press 253 Quill... 254 Schuyler Sun. 255 | Scribner Rustler 256 Scribner News. 257 Seward Independent-Democrat 258 Blue Valley Blade 259 | Shelby Sun 260 Shelton Clipper. 261 Sidney Telegraph. 262 Stanton Weekly Picket. 263 Stanton Register. 264 Steinauer Star 265 Sterling Suu. 266 Springfield Monitor. 267 Stromsburg Weekly News. -68 Headlight

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Papillion
Pawnee City
Pawnee City.
Plattsmouth
Pender
Pender
Pierce.
Plymouth
Ponca.
Red Cloud
Red Cloud
Red Cloud
Republican City
Rising City
Rushville
Rushville
St. Edward.
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St. Paul..
Schuyler
Schuyler
Scribner.
Scribner.
Seward.
Seward.
Shelby
Shelton
Sidney
Stanton
Stanton
Steinauer
Sterling
Springfield
Stromsburg
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S. W. Hacker & Co.
The Papillon Times Print. Co.
Ovenden Bros.
J. W. Paine.....
Geo. L. Farley
Mark W. Murray
Charles S. Hughes
A. L. Brande
Plymouth Printing Co.
Chas. E. Jones.
L. E. Tait.
J. P. Hale
Geo. Newhouse.
Thomas & Nora Kelly
Albert J. T. Kaempfer
G. M. Ġ. Cooper.
C. L. Mayes
H. Gordon Cross.
Perkins & Perkins
C. B. Manuel
Alex. Schlegel.
Fred L. Wertz
Henry M. Kidder
Wm. Warneke..
Wm. H. Smith
E. E. Betzer
Cornish & Son.
F. D. Reed
F. A. Gapen.
W. D. Percival
Alfred Pont
W. F. Huff.
L. A. Varner & W. A. Borland
J, C. Miller
Frank T. Robeck
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269 Sutton News
270 Nebraska Daily Democrat.
271 Superior Journal.

272 Syracuse Democrat

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273 | Springview Herald.
274

Stamford Post..
275 Burt County Herald.
276 Tekamah Journal.
277 Johuson County Tribunal.
278 Trenton Register
279

Taylor Clarion
280 Table Rock Argus
281 Tecumseh Chieftain.
282 Otoe Union.
283 Valentine Democrat.
284 Republican.
285 Vailey Enterprise.
286 Walthili Times
287 Waterloo Gazette
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Wahoo Wasp
289 Western Wave..
290 Wilber Republican.
291 Saline County Democrat
292 Wilcox Herald
293 Wauneta Breeze
294 Wayne Herald..
295 Weekly Gazette.
296 Weeping Water Republican
297 West Point Republican.
298 Wilsonville Review
299 | Weekly Arbor State.

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South Omaha.
Superior
Syracuse
Springview
Stamford
Tekamah
Tekamah
Tecumseh
Trenton
Taylor
Table Rock
Tecumseh
Unadilla
Valentine
Valentine
Valley
Walthill.
Waterloo
Wahoo
Western.
Wilber
Wilber
Wilcox
Wauneta
Wayne
Wausa
Weeping Water
West Point
Wilsonville
Wymore.
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S. A. Fischer
J. M. Tanner
A. S. Berry
H. E. Baker
L. A. Wilson
S. W. McCoy
J. R. Sutherland
J. W. Tamplin.
C. W. Pool
O. W. DeWald.
E. An rews.
F. H. Taylor
Brundage & Thurber.
Mrs. M. A. Faker
I. M. Rice.
W. S. Barker
C. E. Byars.
Cecil R. Boughn.
James H. Riggs.
T. J. Pickett & Co.
G. W. Fike.
J. A. Wild.
John Knight.
D. C. Shetler & J. B. Lane
John W. Hann.
R. Fhilleo & E. R. Lundburg.
C. A. Anderson
F. E. Bricka.
J. C. Elliott
A. E. Weaver
J. W. Ellingham.

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O. M. Quackenbush
S. W. Kelly
W. E. Dayton & Son
D. T. Corcoran
T. E. Sedgwick, Sr. & Jr.
Cliff Frank
R. W. Parmenter
W. F. Parmiter
Will Owen Jones.
Harry T. Dobbins.
C. B. Edgar
Joseph Polcar
Victor Rosewater
Gilbert M. Hitchcock
Perkins Bros. Co., Pub.
Globe Co., Pub...
Wm. R. Nelson
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30) | Weekly Wymorean
301 Wood River Interests
302 Wisner Free Press
303 York Republican
304 York Democrat.
305 York Times
306 Teller
307 Consumers' Commercial Cyclone
308 Primitive Christianity
309 Nebraska State Journal
310 Lincoln Evening News.
311 Lincoln Daily Star.
312 Omaha Daily News
313 Omaha Daily Bee
314 Morning World-Herald
315 Sioux City Journal.
316 St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
317 | Kansas City Star
318 Kansas City Times.

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Wood River
Wisner
York
York.
York
York.
Yutan.
Wichita, Kansas
Lincoln
Lincoln
Lincoln
Omaha .
Omaha
Omaha.
Sioux City
St. Louis, Mo.
Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City, Mo.

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319 Brown County Democrat.
320 Shaffer's Alma Record.
321 Arapahoe Pioneer.
322

Atkinson Graphic.
323 Benedict News-Herald
324 Bennington Herald.
325 Sions Vaktäre..
326 Nebraska Biene.
327 Cowles Enterprise.
328 Cozad Herald.
329 Culbertson Banner
330 Dorchester Star.
331 Fairfield Independent.
332 Perkins County News.

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Alma
Arapahoe.
Atkinson
Benedict
Bennington
College View
Columbus
Cowles
Cozad,
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Dorchester
Fairfield
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Arthur V. Shaffer
J. H. Mooney
F. F. Mende.
Edith Lett.
Cortes J. Wilcox
International Publishing Ass'n
J. H. Johannes
Karl L. Spence
W.F. Glaser.
J. H. Corrick

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M. E. & Cyrus Carver.

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Harry Vaughan
Chas. Weiss..
H. E. Phelps.
E. S. Byfield.
University of Nebraska.
W. A. Anderson
Fred. M. Bryner.
O. E. McCune..
A. R. Dennis.
Ernest G. Johnson
J. N. Hassler.
C. E. Glick.
E. T. Westervelt
Joseph Tagwerkor.
Sand Printing Company
Gus. H. Weber
John E. Kavanaugh
C. A. Manville & Son
S. J. Kennedy.
R. E. & Della Marshall
R. W. Mastin.
A. L. Taylor.
Chas. L. Graves.
Jason F. Claflin.
Nelson J. Ludi.
F. L. Shoop.
E. M. Von Segġern
Nina B. Ecker.
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333 Leader Independent.

Greeley
334 Guide Rock Signal.

Guide Rock
335 Cedar County Wächter.

Hartington
336 Howells Journal.

Howells. 337 Indianola Reporter.

Indianola 338 University Journal

Lincoln 339 Mason City Star...

Mason City
340 Oconto Register

Oconto
341 Omaha Trade Exhibit.

Omaha
342 Orchard News.

Orchard 343 Sarpy County Republican

Papillion 344 Pawnee Republican.

Pawnee 345 Riverton Review.

Riverton 346 Scotts Bluff Republican.

Scotts Bluff. 347 Deutsch Farmer-Zeitung

Seward. 348 Silver Creek Sand..

Silver Creek 349 Snyder Banner.

Snyder.
350 Spalding Enterprise.

Spalding
351 Spencer Advocate.

Spencer
352 Boone County Advance

St. Edward.
353 Tamora Register.

Tamora.
354 Tobias Express.

Tobias
355 Republican Leader

Trenton
356 Union Ledger.

Union. 357 | Nebraska News.

University Place. 358 Wahoo Democrat.

Wahoo
359 Wakefield Republican.

Wakefield
360 Nebraska Volksblatt.

West Point.
361
Winside Tribune.

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L Labor; P Prohibition; Pop Populist.

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LEGISLATIVE ACTS AFFECTING THE NEBRASKA

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Act giving force of law to reservation of Historical Square,

JOINT RESOLUTION.

Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Nebraska:

That the report of the commissioners for the location of Lincoln, the seat of government of Nebraska, and for the erecticn of public buildings thereat, is hereby accepted, and all reservations of public squares, streets, and alleys, and church lots in Lincoln, together with the general design, is hereby adopted; and the governor may deed such church lots as other lands deeded by the state. Lincoln is hereby declared the seat of government of the state of Nebraska. The bondsmen of such commissioners are hereby released, and such commissioners are authorized to surrender the said bonds Such commissioners are hereby authorized to pay out of the proceeds of the sale of any Lincoln lots, to be made, the sum of twenty-one hundred and twelve dollars, being a balance due on the erection of the Capitol buildings at Lincoln.

WM. McLENNAN,

Speaker of the House of Representatives. EDWARD B. TAYLOR,

President of the Senate: Approved February 15, 1869.

DAVID BUTLER, Governor. Laws of 4th-5th session, p. 316.

Granting to the city of Lincoln a certain block of lots in said city for a

market place.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of ihe State of Nebraska:

Section 1. That there is hereby granted and donated to the city of Lincoln for public use, as a market square, all of block twenty-nine in said city, heretofore known as and called “The State Historical Society Block.”

Sec. 2. That it is a fundamental condition of this grant, that said block shall, forever, remain the public property of said city, for the use of its citizens, for market purposes, and shall never be sold or alienated by said city.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved, February 24, 1875.
Laws 1875, pp. 317-10,

An act to aid and encourage the "Nebraska State Historical Society." Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Nebraska:

Section 1. That the “Nebraska State Historical Society," an organization now in existence-Robt. W. Furnas, President; James M. Woolworth and Elmer S. Dundy, Vice-Presidents; Samuel Aughey, Secretary, and W. W. Wilson, Treasurer, their associates and successors—be, and the same is hereby recognized as a statę institution.

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