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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1857)
U. W. FURNAS, EDITOR.
THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6., 1357.
S. n. Paevik, lieuerai AavemsmB Areni,ja rrr ui
New Tork, Ladies's and Children's Shoe Store, tMJ worn
vi..r uvo n-irr-v v r. Vu. its and 343. Broadway,
Newiork. . I
KDRrw WXKD. American. Canuan na auropeu
A3 vcrtUing and Subscription Office, Jio. 133, J asau j
xewTork. . . rot
BiSrr'obio. o '
A.D. kmc, Arcner,
u. w. peter. oreKon. mo.
white. xebrka ciry'.x t.
Tenement, lor tbe Advertiser, and rcceieve and re-
in tLt, Teitor.. con.iu.from various
wrt;.m. f thp state, often suecestto n the name of 1 1
iirLnV in their old neiPhborho,s who would doubtle
rece-vinK .will consider it. ,WciUtn to become a re,p.-
-awineintereVt win be taken at par In payment for
rrmi notified t the close of the voinmetodis-
.minue the "AdverUser." we snail vase uxor pranioa o
that .nt-cribwirt eir papeunucd. .ban
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GTTlie eDraska Aaveruser" navmg
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a lac ihichvuvuiuhwuvi I
in the Territory "Wholesale Jierchants ih
au -r:t7 I
merchants purchase, will find no better
advertising medium in the Western Coun-
viuci Mut-tu. "
After our next issue after we have
furnished our readers with full election
return rf thp Tprritorv we will sunend
returns or tne emiory, m bueuu
the Tmhlication of the Advertiser for two f
w .a .i-. nr.
Weeks, in order to make some new ar
ranements about our office.
ine loili, lOOKeu iu u -
Election day has come and gone. In
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inis couniy me election iiasstu uu 4uiuw,
and our people sustained admirably their
hitherto fair reputation for peace and qui.
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et upon such occasions, .The result of the
vote is shown in another column.
The candidates for county offices were
all good men. To make a selection from
the number as to who was "best, was a
.uunu . oucu u w.
"tt UU " f f ; nvno, at me. umo ci meir arrest
en Fir oc n-p L-rAT' fill nrp rnntpnt ntlpnstl i ..i 1.1 ..I
c4ui nvv.., -vv-.v... ..v-r.f
with the result.
As to the Territorial officers, there was
lib particular anxiety in this region. The
candidates were generally little known,
the positions of little glory; and much less
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ine oniy. struggle was as 10 uciegaie -
to Congress, over which throughout the
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lerntory tne contest was warm ana even
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singular as it was unexpected even to the
most sanguine friends of Mr. Chapman.
"We have watched closely for weeks past
.the beating of the public pulse, and have
been pretty well satisfied the result would
.be about 'as it has turned out.' .We are
' not therefore as much surprised as many
others doubtless are. We are satisfied
that Mr. Chapman is not the choice of the
people of Nemaha county, or the vote an
. indication of his popularity. There was
a combination of singular circumstances
operating mUr against Col. RaKa,m
U Mr. Chapman in uo. county, of
Wmcn We torbear speating pUDHCiy I
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trougn tne columns or our paper, dux
which are well known among our people.
Next week, after the smoke clears
away, the reader better prepared to hear,
and we better prepared to write, we shall
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4r UU1 U11J V1VV.IWWJ VVAVAW
ally in Nebraska.
As the supporter of Cob Rankin in this
rnnntv. ivp fnmdnmi" and arWnowl-
edge "beat;" but are not disheartened.
We. have great hopes of him m the
. y homestretch. W e shall not however,
be greatly disappointed vo learn anotner
nas Deen eiecieu, -even Air. vuttpniim;
and yet we eant help but think as we
have heretofore, and in the absence of
further returns, that the contest is between
R,r,l-;n nJ Fprmwn. Tn a few davs
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by our next issue at fartherest, we un- ine irauuc reuci "uw lUiUCU UFUU n appucauon ior a manaamus tor tne Who will say this worK can De ac
doubtedly will have sufficient information English residents of the station, removal of the capital from St. Paul to COmplished too soon? The early es-
to enable us to arrive at accurate conclu-
V,v nmvf.sw- W nil iW.lrt
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xvho mav be elected, we shall recognize
in him the Representative of Xebraska,
and shall use every effort in our power as
a journalist to render him useful to the
An idea of what it costs to fit out an
expedition of this kind may be formed af-
ter reading the following, relative to the
. outfit cf.the Utah expedition. The num-
ber of troops lorwaraed is me
7 i nn
number of horses purchased 302; num-
ber of mules, 231; number ot wagona,
with harness for six mule teams, 325;
total number of tons of Quartermaster's
and Commissary stores, purchased and
shipped, 5,750; number of bushels of
oats, 150,000; bushels of corn, 70,000 ;
' teamcrs engaged, 45; and number of team-
' iteneroployed, 200. We further learn that
the value CI tne Viuaner i.iasier & aiuica
' r-nnnno. und that cf the Commissary's
Capt, Wharton, U. S. A., arrived in St
Louis on the 13th, irom j: u .iieamuy,
i I VnTnrnminl fnr snmfl
UB JUS vuuiuiuu- a
. , ... . .rr.:
t'e rast. Capt nanon.ts tuuamg
" a ; n 'KUn-nr to'
f rem 1 rheumatism, and is on Jus way .to
The news brought from Europe by
the last arrivals are important. They
show that the ideas of liberty and re-
publicanism, " notwithstanding . the Jan
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eHOrtS tHaUC DV ine IjraiUtai i Uiti a ui
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ctiensneci DV me peODlC. J. liU , i c5U.lv I
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tne .rrcnen elections nave eo sijmiii-
cant a character that Louis Napoleon
has become frightened. In Taris,
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csneciallv. although the republican
rart wag faxifc(if onG faction asking
tocotothe rolls, and the
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tion, and where all the garrisons had
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Uftu WUueu iiu suiuiws anv
means used by the government moroer nority.
, SUffraffeS of the maSSCS,
Paris, where the freedom of vote is
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usucu iii ck tiivj uciiLi n o kiiu iwuu i
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"as Slirjjasseu UlU Uipeciauuiia ui uic
renublicans and the worst fears of the
frovernment. Out of 356.000 electors
registered in Paris 143,000 abstained L.
from voting and it is known and ac- to
KnowieuLTca luaL iiiose lio.uuu ausifu-
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tons ar0 composed of legitimists and
red republicans. On 216,000 votes
cast, the candidates of the government
0 110,000, and those of tb,e
opposiion yu,uuv. xive governmeni.
candidates and five republicans were
elected. From the above figures
Rfjmu ftllf ihn .f lint thp
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ian can om musier one-imra 01 ine
votes 01 x ans, nicu numoer is com-
posed principally of office-holders and
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soldiers, of neonle who fret their dailv
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llirp.sfl from tlip frtvprnmpnt. nnA nrp
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thus rnmrpllprl in itrnnrn nnnpinloa
for a Pure question -of interest. In
a11 the PrinciPal tonf of France,
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where tue republican party have an
organization the result has been the
same as in Paris. If, to these
facts we add the discovery of
another conspiracy -against the life
01 uo cmpcror organnea Dy itauans
tminn with nnicmarrts. thP rmriT9
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of which had been steeped in a
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issatisfaction all over the continent,
we will come to the conclusion that it
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emperor ot France and the k m of
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Kria ,v ot, l
apies ireiuuie lor muir me, anu mai
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ine mutinies in tne native liinaos-
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iaii army uave creaieu uuno an aiarm
in England and the government has
ordered the departure of 14,000 men
for India. We find the following par
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ucuiara in a correspouuence to tne
P 1 limcs
"The massacre at Meernt occurred
on Sunday, the 10th inst. On Satur-
day, the 9th, there was a brigade parade
at the station, and 85 men of the
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were ironeu on me paraue Krounu, m i
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fLw n inji nn(i inr,v,i m,-
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Lfflcprs nri the station had. n to this
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ti entertained no suspicion of an
open revolt. But on Sunday evening;
e v ' i jr ri
A A W AAA AAVA V u..v A V A
lmvd bv the 20th Native Tnfantrv.
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who fired tneir muskets, and called
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upon tne 11m nauve Anianiryio come
onr mm t.hpm. 1 hPV lmmprlifltPhr
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I nnmrarail Vitt Til c Vi l n rf nut frnm fVoii I
a v nit nAi Ttt vii o h i r r ah t ti i w I
.r" V i 7t? v vvTm
Imps fnliv armed. he Hinrrlish omcers
tulated with the men but were
instantly shot down. The mutineers
WCrc now joined by the bazar and town
rabble, and, in one oouy, mey msned
upon the jail, liberated their comrades
and at the same time set free about
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twelve nunareu omer prisoners, wno
had been confaned tor various otiences.
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:.reiers s oeen reiusea by judge
i r u 1 iwiMaiiM i i ati i nr 1111 11 i' ami 11 a. i i i
LAi - . v-rij: j
PUU11C UUUUlui:3 ftuu wic puakcicai-
A. f MpShI Trere in flames, and
the wives and children of the English
residents were flying m terror betore
the bloodthirsty fcapoys. lhe scene is
described as terrible in the extreme,
exhibiting the worst features of Asiatic
harharitv. Every Ennlish ofiicer that
was discovered was instantly shot at
by tho Sapoys. The defenceless
women and innocent children were not
only butchered, in attempting to escape
iuu.-.-? 'IP ;
bodies were horribly mutilated and cut
yuul;a "cc"7 . , , ,
n nieces on the hizhway. by these
troopg on the Btation consisting
of tne gQth Regiment of Rifles and
Qfa Regiment of Dragoon Guards,
were drawn up to oppose the mutineers,
After two volleys from the Rifles the
rebels turned and fled. The Dragoons
pursued them out of , Meerjit, and for
i ecu ii at aaaaavj uaWaa0 - . Q
down numbers ' of them with their
I -AACKA UVAI1VVU
o1 . n . fo v A :n,rrnrt;ftn.
Iiaa tA A J AiA U OVUkV V . ,
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i naYinn reiuseu iu lav uuwu vucii aiuio
were cut . to pieces. Troops were
j marciung irom every biu uiiu ccij
l-pn tn tramnle out the
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stated in the House of Commons that
the principal incentive of the ' revolt
was an impression that there was to be
attempt at a general conversion to
uie vIirjsuuil rtni'iUil.
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irOul itSnineiOIl lO WVUUUU. JLiic t
, tt. t A. P
ivansas ana utan anairs, anu iuc vch-
tral American imbroglio occupied prin-
cinally the discussions of the Cabinet,
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It is said that Walker is maKing
preparations for another expedition to
T V0 To1a.
gate to Congress in the Territory of
k . nof .AnnA tti
vicgou, "ti1 avuvv
D. B. Eckles, of Indiana, has been is
commissioned as Chief Justice of the
a n. t, T TTfoV.
u. kj. vuui b iui tuc a.tiiiijijr ui vuu. i
mt TT C nr t..!! 1 i. I
XUU U. O. iuarsuail uas uui usjfci, uccu
selected. - With these excentions all
iho. federal nnnointments are made.
We have dates from Salt Lake City
the 2d ult. It does not seem that the
rnmnra oi me mi l tar a nreTarations
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for an expedition against the Saints
excited much alarm.
Up to the time of going to press we
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iiAVC "y lclulua UA1":su"l'uulil uui
feel quite sure the vote there U Dot
enange tne result as to uepresentatives as j
sliown m another column, ine members
elect therelore are .
S. A. CHAMBERS,
gpark ot treason, iord Uranviile
j. s. MINNICK.
ATr r.iiwnrBs Kn con-orl ir. tho. -a
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TirprpdinfT spJatis Af tVio T.oo-iclotnro nn
L v a
his hPinff afrnm TPtiirnpn is 5nrhriPiit pn.
i .v i. r . .v.
dence that he proves satisfactory to the
people of Nemaha county. . .
Judge Benedict is a man well known
and well qualified, and -we are confident
Will prove Satisfactory tO hlS Constituents.
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Mr. Mikkick, our wrorthy competitor
for Councilman last fall, is an intelligent
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Nol on, does he posse53 accurate
WIed of of the farm-
mg communuy, dui is wen posieu as 10
matters in general. We have a delega-
The capitol question has not been made I
an issue m this county; hut if we under-
stand the Representatives elect, the entirA
"uioua auuu iu
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on tne question, upon ,grounas taicen oy
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our paper some weeks ago.
x&uid uiax.fti,uflAis. i
up 10 our gome 10 press we uave xiom-
J. - r nfinita frnm ntnOT mmtKc Vo
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learn from gentlemen trom lticnardson
and Pawnee counties, that there Rankin
would come out with a small majority,
The vote in Nemaha and the two counties
above mentioned, was between Rankin
and Chapman. The latter will receive
not over 25 of a majority, in the three
In Otoe and Johnson counties Judge
As "between Rankin anc
'received the vote
as Deiween namcm ana inapman tne
former will lpnrl -in rnnntio Tt-o
think. 75 or 100 votes. We think too.
Pol 1?nnVin will Tl.nn
as. a axm-v uiiuu I
rw mnntv nr,r1 nQ fa thoxr w;n
i -wvA-ww vvaavj y um w w , V AAV. J 1 l Ua 11111 I
Lk, thA PlmtA riih m inn
majorit If this be case aad
can t figure lt up in any other shape we
a sure. lie win
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tt n.ajui. iu w m
ii iTi:r i; l ft vr t nnnr nnn nr t rtv m i
fa WT J.! " , .' " V ,
ana me VOie Will De SO ClOSe in n I othpr
rnnntipc TiPtwoor oil tV n1i1Qc5 tlmt
rMintine Tiat-tniaOTi oil h on 1 rv 4.1ni
hwmamritr mnnnt p nvorromo n0c0
are our ssbgs with the light before us.
In a few davs howeve. we all know
The St. Louis Republican contains the
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m - "" il uiaiuu iran ounmtu my AO" ",v-v-u
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Wilson who decided that after the Gov
ernor and legislature established the
temporary seat of Government at St Paul
their "power was exhausted and they have
u aumomy iu iouue u ai auomer piace
COtnTTY 0FFICEBS. '
The following are the county officers
elected on Monday last:
R. J. WniTicEY, Probate Judge,
D. Plasters, Sheriff.
W. H. Hoover, Register of Deeds.
R. T. Raint, Treasurer.
W. Thukbes, Sup. Com. Schools.
E. E. Paaker, Clerk.
T. Wv Bedford, Surveyor.
Jesse Cole, Commissioner.
officers or precinct no. 2.
J. D. N. Thompsok and
S. W. Kekkedy, Justices of Peace.
R. Scott and
J. T. Edwards, Constables.
PBE-EKPTZD LANDS IU BEBSASZA.
We 'find .in the Nebraskian the follow-
ing statement of Pre-empted lands m this
Territory tip to July 17th: .
,700 40 3co oo
9,517 65 43,800 00
33.108 13 ' 169.540 00
jamount entered with cah and Land warrant.
Total autuber of Acre
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oraa. averuw . , ,
My object in; writing Ae. present
art r.le is to call the attention oi me
settlers of Nemaha' count' to the es:
tablishing of an Agricultural Society,
tlio rnnntv. T am aware ' that an
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V.f xcoa rwirri dm-in t.rifi last Winter,
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chartering such a society in Nemaha
county, and that it included some of
u: . rnc,;(mi, :
wwwus, m iw wmr.wu.
But this is but one of ?the preliminary
sieps xowaru me consumuuuu ui w a
desired obiect. ' There IS mUCll Vet to
oe accompnsnea, Deioreny u.neu,,
Will accrue to those ensaSTea in tne
waAn rkw in v r nuiui Liai.i. t
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good workr" This' as the name implies
principally, a work for the farmer,
and not for a few; only, but for the
entire rural community. Ine mechanic
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tOO should be flppnlv interested in the I
progress ana ultimate succe&b oi uie
enterprise. As for myself, I have full
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connaence in the ability oi tnose no
nave unaertaxen tne worK, anu uo nut
rlonVit hnt that in Ann time, snrh action
Yrili Re laken m tue matter as win per-
manentiy estaDiisn tne insuumuu, m
1l T..a ,1J
iuii operation in ourniiusu xui nuuiu
it not be well to agitate the matter
and prepare the minds of those inte-
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resiea to De in reaamess 10 lay uoiu
of the work simultaneously and; urge
on yjjj energy and success?
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Wa 1 Vo in n. nroirres.mvfi atrc. and
nc wno wouia Keep pace witn ine umes
musi De UP anu uong or oe coniem 10
slothfully persue his course in the old
stprpntvner! wav. Some mav sav. our
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hatt1 nmnta oro tnn vAiiTifr trnt' it. will
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ha ttma cnmifrli nftni wn chnll hnvp
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our farms enclosed, and the virgin soil
removed from its long resting place,
x-uvv.-... - - I
to K . t t, . k f :mTirovel mcthods
of tillage-exciting wholesome com-
petition in the farming community
acquinng more extensive knowl-
edge of our occupation
Suct arguments as tbese migllt have
held good in the early settlement of
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some oi tne mmaie ana western ctaies
but they will not do for us.
'I hon Tpnrfrnca in aiwMilniml TTfl Q
jj veil vu " x.vv.. ... "
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u 1 fa
Deen immense. e are 01 me urcat
West, where towns and cities snrins
Lt no V,-r w .1 nth.t Iran Knf o
uy 413 mag, uuu nua u,o
few days since a wilderness, is now
covered with the habitations of intel-
i-nt. i , i,;
lllft'lllf lilU CilLCI ItX 13111' UUU !
1'iiint iiiiiiiJr irniii Ttniinxi. t'lfi u i
rtf tT.ooKJtoWn dnh ATot,
of these settlers Lave left comfortable
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ana nappy nomes; nomes arouna men
were many ties -which bound their
affections to them and made them
doubly dear, and to which fond re-
membrance still clings with stubborn
And why should they not remem-
ber, yea, love their homes; there .is
no better, purer, holier, passion em-
mating from the human heart, than
fond, fervent, devoted, attachment to
the friends of their youth, and habita-
5nn nf those thev loved. Let this
f be cultivated ; let the farmers
of Nemaha county surround them
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gelve3 mih those , institutions WUICD
have by their benehcial influences
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made those distant and deserted homes
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tho irion nt contentment ana nanm-
ness in their minds, and they will again
seenre abundance and prosperity and
with them contentment and happiness.
This done and thev will no longer
yearn for the homes far off, but will
view with honest pride the spot upon
MU tu U - fiiof nrrrt fhnir hnmh P
and solitary shanty in the "tar est.
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tablishment of a flourishing Agricul
L , es v
tural Society in the county will be one
of the most efficient agencies toward
the accomplishing, for the farming
community at least, this desirable end.
An Agricultural Society brings those
from distant portions into close com-1
munion with one another; causes the
farmer to entertain a more just appre-
ciation of his calling; places him Six of those injured by the recent rail
nearer his true position in community roa(j accident near Cincinnati, have died.
(I would have said Society, but those
who are "nothing but farmers are not
supposed to beot tnat naaereu anu
courted class of leings), gives him the
experience of thousands of his co-
laborers ; excites a commendable de-
gree of emulation in the production of
his crops and rearing ot nis animals ,
informs him of the result of various
interesting and instructive experiments
relative to the varions branches of his
bnsines3 without .his incurring the
a.o yr1 Wa nf tim fnr
itvoal J i'" ,',"'u-v .
their nrosecution. neitner oi wmcn ne
ronld aff-rd ? fpal-ieshimthecomnara-
five merits nfflrrricultural produce and
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the varieties best adapted to his local-
jty ; how to improTe and ornament his
dwelling and its surroundings with ap-
propriato taste and charming effect ;
- v- r cf a f a a u r-inc7nimTWTiuww t im 1 1 i i i
putmgto tne main enance 01 ne xrue
aigmty 0t laDor ana to tne puoncgooa.
But jt would be useless to endeavor to
enumerate tne various wavs in wnicu
we would be benefited by a properly
arranged Agricultural Society. : I am
rrmfirlpnr. trifir. trip inntprinl ovists' inT
nnr .ftmrnmiitTfrtr ifftmnns!tiftn. All
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that is wanting is the exercise of that
energy which exist in the community
ia iuuuc uiamiesi, m moac
hich directly interest every one and
aetermmation to excen, ana tne woik
will T0 ranidlv On.
Ananow,iur. iaitor, a worato you,
W hv have von. whn are finnnospd tn Ilfi
foremost iii every effort for the public
good, been so silent in this matter
Have you left it for the farmers to do?
If so. nrre thfim to their dutv. Have
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von hppn sr TrmrTi pnrrrnQPfl tvitri ftVifr
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duties that you have neglectea this
one. Make amends for past inaction.
11. U. 31IXICK.
Hermitage, Aug. 1857.
Wft nlpad crinltv. snmewrint. in trip
charge, friend Minick ; and yet we think
the incorporators are those to whom blame
i . ni
snouia De attacnea lor not navinii me so
ciety organized long since. By reference
to back Nos. of the Advertiser you will
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an organi5:ation. as tne election is now
over, ana we win noi oe suDjectmg. our-
sen to the charge ot " taking an interest
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m cenait 01 the larmer tor political pur-
we in the future more
attention to agricultural matters. We
hope too, Mr. Minnick, to hear more fre-
nnpntlv from va.
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HP "FTTH TSTTTITV
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ATii of "Wild Cat." From a let-
in thft San Antnnin Tp-ran infpd
Doredo. W Mav Qfith n, lMm ,!,
"Wild Cat,", the celebrated Seminole!
n-L-C U t.1,TT C. . t
Cmer wno gave tne United-Mates so much
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uuuuiu u'wuua, uuuiig UltJ Ct'inillOie i
,i 1 . 1 -.i f -1 . -
War, IS dead ; he, With forty Of hlS follow-
ore V.oiriv, folJcr, n;,, !
iJ uuiuij: luuvu wvuiuj iu clllall
"Cossack," the horse Captain Nolan
rode when he. was killed at Balaklava in
the famous charge, is new the property of
a company of gentlemen in Cincinnati.
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jenny L.ina is coming to America. A
correspondent of the Christian Enauirer
writps Ihnt hp saw hpr in llrocrlor TTo-
. .. -w.
throo OQr lri
three year old hoy is a fine one, and her
voice is as musical as ever. She will prob-
aDiy seuie aown permanently enner in
iL,ngiana or me unuea Diaies, wiinm six
months. The writer says she will revisit
America, m any event, because she likes
- and , , '
Surr te Bradford has decided t0 issue
a commission t0 taUe testimonvi n Califor-
n as t0 tne marriage of Dr. Burdell to
Mrs. Cunningham. He. remarked that
this would not very materially delay a
decision upon the question, as there was
an immense mass of testimony to be ex-
-rresiaem nerce, jx-uov. nunt,
Postmaster Breck. Washington, and
several otner aisunguisneu gentlemen,
made a visit of condolence on the 3d inst.,
to Mrs. Marcy, at Ballston; where the dis
tinguished ex-Senator died.
Another riot occurred in New York, cn
the 9th. The police were attacked, and
used their pistols in defence ; two or three
rfoters were shot, and the disturbance
r 11 11
j i l.jj r A!
Aavices nave reacneu Masninion oi
hbc seizure on the African coast, of the
brig Adam uray, on suspicion ot Deing a
slaver ;4hebrig sailed from New Orleans.
She was captured by the schooner Pro
A premium of 8100 will be awarded to
the best band of music (brass) exhibited
on the Fair grounds during the next Iowa
State Fair, and $50 for the second.
At the next Iowa State Fair a premium
of 820 will be awarded for the best acre
of corn raised by a boy under 18 years of
age, and 810 for the second best.
Julien has written a frallonade. which
ne has caned the Comet, in honor of the
distinguished visitor, who did not come.
The Louisiana sugar crop promises to
yield 250,000 to 300,000 hogsheads the
present j'ear, against 78,000 last year.
The prices must come down.
been found f , b hu q
the steamer Montreal.
Th R BI . Haml:ne. ftf thp xrp
Epi3Copal church, has taken up
his permanent residence at Mt. Pleasant,
young man named David Robinson,
while running a foot race near Vincennes,
ind., last Sunday, fell down a corpse.
p f jua .
officially reco-nized Wm. Lane Becker
i -r. .
as COnsui oi ureal uniam, to resiue at
gan Francisco. "
m i - i' . .
i i reasury aetaicaiions are tne vogue in
rki.: a.. .tftn(in:...u
i vuc Ui ?t,uuu 13 icJUiicu aaa oau-
dusky county, and the last State Journal
mentions a rumor that the Treasurer of
Delaware county is a defaulter to the a
mount of 820,000.
kV i0"0 - wu.uw, a
C. L. TUOMPSOX.
- . Successors to-
; C. H. IIcCLTJITG & CO.,
ST. LOUIS, 3IO.
- Will have in store this fall a very superior stock of
Among which may be
PRINTS, INDIANA CLOTHS,
DF.LANES, BOMBAZINES, ;
CASHMERES, ' CLOTHS,
Our Stock of
F) Tel r? YF T'
Will embrace all the Latest Styles and
Ojur White Goods Room
Will we filled uith a Very Choice Selection of, everything under that
JTead. We will also keep a complete line of
X2 HT IT 03D JOT CS3-CC1 CCD XCD 3
Which we will offer to tho trade upon good terms, a3 houses exclusively in that oiwcess.
Our stock of
BROWN MUSLIN; KERSEYS, TICKING,
BLEACHED MUSLIN, NEGRO GOODS, SHIRTING STRIPES, "
OSNABURGS, DRILLINGS; " TWElDg
LINSEYES, APRON CHECKS, BAGG1S&,
Will be found as complete as any iu this market
We are determined to offer these goods at very close profit
Real-Estate For Sale.
1 HAVE FOR SALE and will sell at a barzaia if appli
cation be made soon :
160 Acres r entered land part timber part bottom prairie
within one and one half nulesof Br wnville.
160 Acres entered land, auc discription as above, 40
acres nnder cultivation, good house and barn, adjoin
ing the City of Brcwnvil le.
80 Acres of excellent bottom prairie land entered, and
within two milesof Browoville. 0
65 Acres heavy timbered bottom land adjoining Brown
ville will be sold cheap for cai-h.
60 Choice lots in South Brownville.
25 Lots in the City of Brownville.
2 Shares in the town of Wyoming.
B. W. FUUXAS, Real-Estate A'fct.
BrownTille, X. T.
Aug. 6th, 1S57.
EOWDALL, MASKHAH tt CO.,
Engine and Ulacbinc Shop,
CORNER OF 8ECOSD AND M0BCA5 STREETS,
Manufacturers or Stc
r.nt Miii iiacuiaery,
Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw and
, Single and Double Circular Saw
ililU, Tub&cco Screws and Presses Laid Kettles, Lard
Screws and CyhmJers, Wool O-.irdins Machines Builtiimi
casiniffs. 1 onnt' improved rareni smui;iiii4, &.c.
jtJ-agEXTS for tbe sale 1 1 Jjmes Smith &. Co.'a Su
Castings. Tonng's Improved Patent Smut Mil Is, &.c.
penor Machine Cards
Strayed or Stolen,
FROM tbc Subscriber, a gray horse about sixteen band
hinh, black main aud black tail, about eight years old.
Any person uiving inrorniat ion where the horse is cr de
livering the same to rue will be liberally rewarded ; said
burse had bomcthiug like the ftsteiow when he left.
Nebraska City, X. T., Aug. 5, 1S57. n8-6w
THE partnership heretofore existing between Juir &
Ildiin ami Muir, Ilann &. Co., is tbU day dissolved by
mutual consent, and will be continued under the name
and ttrm of Hoadly & Mu.r.
All the debts contracted by Jnu.A. Uann for the former
partnership will be paid ly Hoadly h Muir, who still con
tinue the business. HOAE LY &. Mt'IR.
ISO. H. 11ANX.
Aug. 15th, 1857. n8-3w
33hutvk Mattrasses jut receivetl at the store of
Aug. 6, 1807. n 1. T. WHITE.
POUTER'S SriIIIT OF THE TIMES.
General Purchasing Agency.
THE constantly increasing demand upon us to execute
conimissions for the purchase tf all kimlsuf articles, both
or residents ami non-rendeuts or the city, has inJucel
us to esUbli.-h, in connection with our newspaper enter
PUECHASUTO BT7EEATT j
under the immediate supervision of one of our firm, as
sisted by the Ditt accomplished experts, for supplying
ang article in the world. .
Particular attention will be paid to the selection, pnr
cbase, andsaleof thorouph-bred Cattle and Horse Stock,
trainel Does, FerretH, and fancy Fowls, Carriage, Buggy,
and Saddle Horse?, Carriages, Harness and Saddle, Time
Watches, every description ot Fire Anns, Sporting Arti
cles, Fishing Rods and Tackle, Alnsic and Musical Instru
ment, Yachts, Sail and Row Boats. Furniture, Que Wine,
Liquors, and Sigarn; Cricket and Ball Bat, Padu, Kc, 4.0.
Agricultural implements, of the latest and mot
Improved kinds ; Seeds, Plants, Fruit, Forest and Shade
trees, and all kinds of Book treating oa subjects of im
portance to the Farmer, Horticulturist, and Florist.
State Rooms Engaged in advance, on Steamers and
Packets to leave or Europe, California, the West Indies,
oranypartof the world. This will obviate tbe necessity
to residents of inland t .wns, and places where no steamer
agencies exist, of coming to Xew Tork two or three weeks
in advance as they are now frequently required to do
either to obtain passage, or to secure eligible accommoda
tions. In this department, we will be ready to secure
Rooms at Hotels at favorable rates, so as to protect
the stranger from Imposition s well as inconvenience;
and, In short, to periorrn any description of commission
that would ordinarily require the presence of the party
Gentlemen who desire to form Libraries, or who may
wish to procure the Choice Literature of the day, can
always rely upon our judgement and selection. Also,
Blank books and Stationery, and Book and News Paper,
FORTnE LADIES, we will procure the latest Fashion
Plate, styles of B. nnets, samples of the newest varie
ties of poods, cosmetics, perfumes, and fancy articles, and
we shall always be pleased to furnish everything connect
ed with their wants.
In short, for any service which may be required, the
public may rely upon us, with the most perfect confluence
for ttdelity, and dispatch. Apply to
GEO. W. WILKES h. CO.,
Porter's Spirit of the Times, 3-18 Broadway, S. T.
f - H Subscriptions for Porter's Spirit of the Time,
a Sporting Literars, Agricultural, Family Weekly News
paper, may be forwarded to the same direction. Terms,
$3 a year. .
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS,
THE third, enstalnient of 420 per cent on the
st. or the Brownville Hotel Company, is required to
be paid within ten day of this date.
By order of the Board. Secretary
TO all whom it may ooncern, Xoticels hereby giren
that I will appear at tbe Land Office in Omaha,
iIoiv!ayAuga,t loth, at 10ocl'k to prove np my claim of
pre-emption right to the.N. W. quarter ofiion34,
Township O Range 14. JOS. MATER.
6o.7,0 p July3 v2nl-2w
THE partnership heretofor eexinting between the
nndersighed nnder the name and style of McPherson
Morrison & Ilutrhins was by mutual Consent dissolved on
the 28th day of July. 1857.
The old bnsiness will be settled, and the new continued
by John M'Pherson. j. JITHERSOX,
. ' . J. II. MOBRlSoVf,
Aug. 6th, 1857. R. P. ni'TCHIXS.
Oregon, ilolt County Missouri,
' Dealer in.
33 3HL "O" C3.- G3 ,
Dye-Woods, and Dye3tnfr3,
Oils, Paints, and Painter'i Artialea,
Varnishes, Window-glass and Putty,
French, English, and American Perftimerj.
FINE toilet and shaving soaps, fine hair and
tooth brushes, paint brushes, surgical and dent
al instruments. SDices, snaffj, manufactured
tAjbacco; al the patent medicines of the day; pure
wines and brandies for xnodictl purposes; choice
toilet and fancy articles, etc., etc.
AQEN1 FOR 1 BE SALE OF '
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
Roger's Liverwort, Tar and Laocbaingna.
Osgood' India Cbolagoijue,
Guysott's Yellow dock an! Sarsaparilla;
Smith's Tonic Strap.
July 23, IS57. . v2nl-yly
found a conipleta lice of
Newest Good offered to tao trade.
and desire Ut call tbe attention of all CASE or prosit
LUCAS. THOMPSON k CO.
I. T. WHITE & CO.
Brownvillr, N. T.
WE haTo just receiTcd per Stcnmtr Emnuia
entirely new and large assortment f
Which we wilt sell at as reasonable prices
as anj establishment! in the West,
our motto being .
"LIVEAXD LET LIVE1
We have now in store a great variety cf Ike fol
lowing articles, which we purchased for CASH tnj
consequently can sell cheap on the nuis terms:
HATS AND CAPS,
CUTLERY, ; -
xlj xm xliXaT1 tzl j jxcni:
BOOTS AND SHOi . '
Eeady Hade Clothing.
And a lino assortment of
- Sjnce, .
And a good artklc of
Smoking and Chewing: Tobacco.
It is a pleas uro to us to show good1, and wa vi
you to call round and see for yourselves.
J. f. WHYTE 4 m
Juna 9th, 1857. t2 1-ly
WE otfer to tbe public, we are confident, .
largest and best selected stock of Grocers'
ercr offered in this market : ,
ollhdsSagar, . 6ft Sack IJ.ffet,
125 Sacks Flour, 5 Tienea Itice,
30 Bbls MoUjmos, 13 Doxs Star CondH
20 Boxes Soap. 150 Saris Sail,
15 libls Cider Vinifrer. 150 bbls Sell
2ERMS CASI11U ' ' '
l.T. WHYTE 4 00.
1 VTA HEOa NAILS, jjst receive 1. and for,
1DU by , . . . .. LT.VUYTg A CO,
OOTS and SFIOES A Tremendous' Stock, ju
received, opened, and for sale, by
I. T. WHYTE A C0
y r l'LNE DOORS, For aale, by -
PRKSERVED FRUITS; Strawberries, reb,
Whortliberriea 4c , &e.. to be h.td at ' . "
J. T. iV Ulli" vw '
Just Received .
1TPH22S0aT, HOS2IS03T ft HTTTCHUS.
A large assortment of the Economy Cocking
which is an improvement on tfct Charter vu,
and tho stove which took the irnnium at tbe U
Sute Fair. We warrant it to girt entire satuf
tion or no sale.
Also, an additional Stock of Ttol., Hardwire
Cutlery, BootJ, Shoes to. .'
Brownville, July 16, 1857. '
Kcw Arrival . "
. and i
NNOUNCES totbepublio tlvat h kMJ"1
il eeived, per bteam;r Lmrvs, Ttry r 5 .
well assorted stock of lVlof aiid Cook . .
new and improved patterns, as folio s:
Shanghai Elevated Oven.
Cook Stover. . .
Bnct's Clipper oven.
Improved Patttrm "
Charter Oak , . 'teS.
.it r.).;A i t.1m1ta m:f Li sell at as I1" wi
and on as aceommodatirg tenra' as any on
lishment in this region of country. . . ,t Tri',
I have also now n band every l'Jtd '
of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron re, and a rr
to put np guttering and spoutini: aod ail l a
in my line, at short notice, mdia wortW"
manner, which I warrant to rive satisfaction.
A share of patronage is solicited:
. ' . . .
Brownville, Jnly 16th, 135T.
John H. Lightzicr,
Dealer in Storrs, Grates, Plows ndC
No. 82 Second street, between Uoost and " .
EN or fifteen day laboren an lad 9fe6'
the entire .Season, by pr,i',5 V'ni FMA- .
BrownTille, July Hti, 17. '
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