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THF nY?RTTQT?ft ! from the Ilines.j TREES
U1L . A U Jjl J IOJJIU Ha recct speech tatl We nonce cne point xa Kansas the, Qnarl2 Cold Fonad. reo U nori1crf er ? FOR THE WEST!
K.W.TCIiNAS.rjnTOi:.' chmem rarely eahtd, and ca. ccn- city Ccuu hs crprcn fc. follo-in" in cue of c-r proceedings. V f 'CAHETT SANDERS "
. sen:! v placed the Seut Cordis Ger- for lids purpcse. And last though net least, MLe Mo., n cae o: o-r.i p acd t- cf Ken- crtsx
. TiltiAY i:e(;,rr:;.u;;i. Urnor before the pectle as a ire D JtcY, were the friers cf Mr. Dourrlas, Q.' , T mi T"mn-Tr-
Charleston conustson? a the to- !rtehrjfni f - ti ( nmiSS,.
. .i :. ' . -.....- - i tunate nominee, the mcst sangtitne cf the m etrasica to advare its interests, es- r9trzPt tn .1. i2th It.' .'.Mr. JeLnscd u will t thresh his tresem dlfScukv if I Uetif FmitTrw ar.d Kt wtera Far-
A-c-.y J,-.r w .r"u-.,va . u'...c A''.r .st rflrtrnof it ia whic we are 1. ,V ...J..-r - . ' . men aA Fnut Grower?, at 4 flowing fricw : J
crur.rT, as to who will le the choice cf!awir 13 honorary tie duties
the National Conven:bn. to senile at lcf FCtion of Fresi.ent.and gir-
Charl-tcn. S. C; in prtlcas. quite ! in S3:iifaclI-ri t0 0 country
"a that il.e ii tr ti
f haractrrized the
En tmi:..i.t decree, ml-d the Democrat-;
.u.s i v-
i'rrnie in But the Icca..y is not .
... , ... ... 1a ...
ft.fr rcction ic tvho vri.i Le me
What vp i.sre sa;J cf t::e S-utn m re- ,
' - t!:
.red to l-.re cf country, ii cqa.y app"-J
.. t' i- .. ;
jabie to the crth, Las.t r.i en. to far ,
ns the r.si- cf cur countryman are con-
r,rned ? high n.inded patriotic ulent.d. j
and j regressive. Very many cf m -se i
ra:m sons i. i. n- 4 ;
ivf n'h ur excf rtJot.aie nceiitv anu i
c.r ui.j.iu. j
mparti.ty. Te spint o. .ana.tcism -
' desire to :-e the Uni:n d;5m,-mbereu. j
ras cisgraccu .u.-.?i- - ;
rrn ieare. We care not how eminent j
as a to
litician, crator, statemir: or divine, ;
a man may te,-cr trom rr:
V"4" ' :
f--. vl--n h'"1 assert me Union cannot j
c-tmu ; must be disioivle 1
-treat t-i as a traitor, ar.a sutt-r m
allies: cr is a lunati:, a
arrJ ni-f ar-fT-red to
run at hr. Ia our National HY.3made j
. . i ot
tiered rv a Waihinjton. Jeiterscn,
ht cf ether s-.:a pure sp-.ts, ierence ;
o: the perpetuity cf the Ln:on, rnonimar.i-;
aci have rror!a:med, .-Let the t men ;
r I.i ?.'V.Let the Constitution be ccmmitte-i
tthe;:am-r These silly ravmgs, ema-1
r.it ca.i::e,arl ia:i.r.2tei h'ir r trier-; w --f T. - . .
. 7. . , t : t-rnraacd to press tnc tiairascf 13 favor-1 ic1
ences. T..erc are i.-.ar.y OiV.mguied . . . 4 . . . T , -
, T r t- c- v ite csri'toru lririia contends sac- Lns isn
vt t, i., ,v.,r--, laluncsiice c: tried ticr.icr, -and it
vrho Live aiTrcvs lecn I;y-l ta te Ccn- . -
. . , , t e , . v - ,Va I sheuIJ he vscl. V e Coult not. for Pres- a-
. ' r ci,.m t iaer;t m2iin resource?, the past f any s
. , , . , , 1 v 1 1 sustains me prssumpticn; as shs has fur-oftr.Mel.e-declared,
r y a straiLt-for-. h '
. , . , i nishel more rreadnis tnm any ctner
, . , . , - i btatc in me Lmon. Henry A. Wise has
" m r,,.,-.,- 1 rrcved himself a itatesman werthve; tne
Vh:.e wc may a. L-ve cur farcrues, ; ,
,. , t "..'-t-A idnvandaq-e in vnicn ne lives, lie nas
sHrucnaliim should be carcfui:y exciu.-d. !
, , . 3 -Cf. ccniuered the crposr.ior.; temcntrat:ns
Thrre areroo-i tried and true menm 1 ' . - r
r , ,t- : tne facttnal true rnncir.Ies wid triumph
ererv portion cf the country. Ueae: t i - .
, . r ...v over ih canerocrs Goctnaes ot disfran-
4 Test r.acs ci me scu.n -
C'.ndrr.n cverv rc.itica. act tl: T-.-i ct ; .
r-.rir rf dlfnvn. come from vrnere it i ; " " -
niv: the v Jove their ccuntry.r.d hcAzz 1 . -
' r . , - 'the citizens of the tnned states. His
'tW rror-er'v should, er.yir.an m supreme ( ,
scorn t.h5wcu!i dare disturb its pvace. - . . , . '
j - ! from the roitrum, caused his political en
cr k.c a .u w-j r j . . lhe t.0.d D.minioc !lee in-
rr;-ress. . The fco.itb is n ; wriiout tai-. , , .
' 3 , . . . v i i clorjousiv from leture me land c: valiant
r.t, and that b:tv p-atnotiim. which have . - -
Ueinxratic p.n in , - f
rtm; from dis-ated, cisappoin.eu, j fy,ure Stat3t tian preserving the Terri
r:klisr corrupt politicians, have been ; t Q
hrVd-d throughout ne;gnVrmg naticns ; le foraed; olher
toror discredit; cur old enemies oyer ; territories will be formed of
;he water, read with infinite gratification I Nelra2ka; aLd Sou.h p,atte
uca unwarranted and uaca.iec for at- t. annexed t0 Kansas; if not at the
. ta:ki upon the Constitution cf our coun-, t $eSrCD cf Congress, at no distant
try and l:k forward with joy to the day
cf cur downfall. The motto of every trvs Qaery? If North Platte, cr estecWly
American, i;, and should be, - int Inxon portioa cf h cnder iaflaeacef
w irrrcr,- and to transmit it wa3 desirous cf, and about to engage in
rority unscathed, unsullied, ur.tarnish- gcme ove-ent cr er.lerrrise calculated
ni. In?tead cf feeding the tenors , , y . A u vu
Spirit cf rebellion and insurrection, we
fhould promptly discourage and discoan
tenanre.it. .0u a.i, as Ionian-.., ;
ratbnal, thinking men, pursue such a j
' rour?e. southern fire-eaters and northern j
fanatics ivould pass rapidly and effectual
j ti - I
into triaruous oLr.vion, "unwept,
orpdanduniur-g'and the return of nation-j
. al harmony prevail, "wherever the Am-ri- j
. can Lag wares over American o... j t0 gbl at LoggeT-teads. The Kansas Leg
Ilami&urJ, of South Carcliiia, Slide!, j jsiatare anci Walsh, are now going in a la
:f Louisana. Brown and Davis, cf Mis- ; Nebraska and Morton, only mere so. The
touri. Ccbb. cf Georgia, are spoken cf Legislature by the passage of an act,
H.irants. Wi-.e and Hunter of the "Old j ar proved by the Governc-r, adjourn
Diminijn," have a troupe cf friends. . c,j frorn Lecompton to Lawrence.
Kentucky's ta'.er.ud and d.ucnt sen, ; jhe Secretary refused pay, rooms in
Breckenridge, our present Vice President ! which to meet, chairs, printing, and in
. will carry no little weight ir.t3 the Con- fact frt, whereupon, says a Kan
' vcr.tion, ar.d in our him.ble ep;r.:cn, will j sa3 papr, "the House ordered the arrest
t3nd a n.uch better chance than Rany of the Secretary, who "wouldn't go,"
others. Mr. Breckcnridge in point of in -
t liect, patriotism, and ad the i.obe qual -
.tics' tl-at constitute an American states-
man, u c.ori-idered unsurpassed. He has
.' n'ev r to conducted himself as to be sub-
ject'to- the charge of fire-eater or fanatic,
or had his name m any way nux'd p
with the finical hallucinations of any
section of the country, Wc confess our
convictions tlt should he receive the
harmor.io'ji liomination of that Conven-
"tion, the people will ratify the act ly his
As to the notorious scheming, wire
xvorkiag, caucaus-cor.stitution Slidtdl, he
in our opinion, ha ab'.t as much pros- j
pct of being President as a sinnrr unrc-
generated has of gaining admission into
.Heaven. The American people can nev
" r. so far forget themselves as to elevate
Fuch political tricksters to the highest po-
f-itbn within their gift positions once oc -
cupied Washington, Jefferson, Madison
p,ni Mjnroe. Even in the South, Mr.
SHdcll i- rrgarded as a dangerous inan"
"rnazicianM "a slight-cf-hand p:ia -
Wi? would make a good Present.
. Jle is a prominent Democrat, and in many
" rA.-n-, worthy of the distinguished hen -
I . - . -
vrt the rroVabilitics of sticcess are
r ;.r,t..-;.r Hammond and Broun are
ir ... w f x S.vith more t artku -
lJrJ favoMtS O l.W OJtn, I.iO.t j.i.iui
i .'..lp firtftPr he has a hct of enthu-
.ii:ic MJpp '.rf:r?. a !m:rrs and nana
couth c-rn 5 12:3 will le divided ia the
and the Union."
it tv- - - r. a;r
""J - lr-j
a d the rights o: me citizens cf the coQ-
ject termer ti3 wfer, tut wui resume it
again next numcc-r.
We S(,e tie 0;naha people at their
cc rveetig. on the sntiect cf South
piatte annexation, the ether dav, wen!
, t - z
.v-.j ngure, and appointed a com-
. Ja rep-rt reSaonatrative resolutions
r.Ia,iTe t0 e forinatic- c CoIcna Ter.
r:turv The action- thoc-h perfectly ri-
iicJ ;3 czW
1 ..avo- r-t a3 muca rtirn
t to msdile with
rh r.r.p aa ths other. We reeko. bnrar-
... . . ,
ever, Conrres3 wilt if governed ly the
wishes and desires of citizens in the Ter-
ri:ory. consult only those interested upon
The local interests
a singie point wn; not weign very n.eav'
j i'y. The idea of continuing Nebraska as
she is. with Territorv sufneient to make
haIfado2en ,1 States, and asking
vast ara is focIlb ia
.reir Dismemberment is only a
j cf lJrae $fired en cr Io.
.- Ulfer Iook t0 e in of
i j auiUiJt iu a navivci.vf i lakiC
or any c:her portion of the Territory, was
to attempt an interference by meddling in
,heir afairs -cdda-t lhey youT dogg
. . . . .
Kant LegblatHTe, and Kansas
jt anpf.ar3 t0 be quite fashionable for
Territorial Legislatures and Secretaries,
! rjeajtj "sickness," pleads ia bar the
; atutes exernptinir him from arrest on
j c-n process' and finally swore he M "be
. j j jf j,e fV0uIi;' but all to no pur-
j 3C 7he Sergeant-at-arms and SheritT
j u-ere (00 mncij for aDj fa vras taken
a prisoner before the bar cf the House,
where he underwent an examination, and
was permitted to retire after the manner
or "onr army in Flanders."
We suppose these fiare-ups occur from
the fact, according to the Washington
! Icivn, tbat "Territories art eompesed of
renegades, cjf-scourings, ar.d sore-heads,
v ho art perfect! incompetent to govern
themselves.'' and that Secretaries are "in
the halit of getting the printing done vchtrt
they d d please."
Clubbing In nccccn!s.
Notwithstanding our subscription list
! has increased handsomely cf late, we are
desirous of extending it. still more, for
several reasons. We are determined to
; do our duty as a journalist and as a pri-
; vate citizen. to secure for this portion of
N'brasloa her share of the benefits of em-
; gration, either stepping on the eastern
border, or passing on to the new El D
; rado. We therefore want our paper cir-
' ? 1 - .V t . .t
ciuatea more eitcnf rveiy tnrougnout me
. Mates. ine p;an or circulating targe
; numbers ot extra papers, gratitouslr, in
I ' . .
the Ha stern States, and even sending ot
, agents ha.- !cti adored U-rvory other
1 - t . - . x j
immediately Iccated; ad we are equally
rg, c n. rvri r-,:. Ri rrP a
it . t 1 1
c Lave cad? arraciremerxts to ciub f
cash ir. cJrcr.ce.
r e A.lT.rtIj. T
TO IbC People or Nebraska. !
Through the columns cf your paper, I
wish to address a series of articles to the
. - , , , . J
people cf the Territory, upon the subject ,
jef medical men and the expediency cf j
protecting themselves by law against the i
ioranr, illiterate and worthless Empvr- f
ics who v. ill undoubted! v seek cur shores
in a few years. These lines are p-enned
under the most solemn conviction of their
correctness, and I hope their importance
will le duly considered.
Men scmstim.s take upon themselves
the awful resp:nsibi!ity of administering
edkine to their fellow creatures, with-
ci study wi: is indpensifc:y necessary
to a rational conception c: mo nature and
treatment cf disease. I precimoe no ar-
gmnent is calkd for to corroborate a fact
?. Instances cf this kind are
side; many a bright and cherished idol
cf love, the light and joy cf doating heart,
has breathed its last under the hands of a
man wholly deficient ia even the rudi
mentary qualifications cf a physician.
Many persons cf respectable intelligence
and natural acumen, often commit health
and life to the charge cf a man, whom,
they very well know, has net the shadow
cf a claim to the noble profession cf med
icine. They may be compelled to do so
cn account of not being able to secure the
aid of any one else. Such is no doubt
the proper explanation ia many cases.
Others, and I believe the great majority,
igr.crar.tlif patronize the Medical Quack.
They hare not the po er of discrimina-!
tion very largely developed, and conse
quently, are fit subjects for imposition.
This class cf persons are innocent and
unsuspecting, believing he who assumes
the title of Doctor, needs no other recom
mendation to their confidence. They do
not trouble themselves with investigation
as t j capacity and qualification ; thece a:e
minor and insignificant maters, unworthy
a moment's grave reflection ; implicitly
and confidently risking their hves in the
Lands of anv one whose name is announc-
ed a3 a Doctor.
Now, any man cr.d o:ed with a sane
mind, will admit thit he doe3 not wish
his life tampered with by a Quack. Then
it is becoming to require satisfactory tes
timonials of qualification frcm every man
offering himself as a practitioner of med
icine. The lawyer cannot appear ia Court
without producing a certain amount of le
gal kno.vledge, and why should not the
the people ask a similar requirement of
that ckss of men who are styled the guar-
diens of health and life.
In my next I will speak of "Medical
Table of Latitudes and Longitudes.
The following table was calculated by
Mr. Vt. ITarvf-v. of the Sarvevor Gerter-
al's office, under the direction of Hon.
Ward B. Burnet, Surveyor General of
Nebraska ; and can be relied upon as the
only correct table that has yet been pre
pared. J'eirask$ City Pres3.
Mouth of Kansas River, Lat. 39 deg.
7 min 27, sec; Long 17 deg 2S min 06
Fort Leavenworth, K. T., Lat 39 deg
j21 min 21 sec ' LoE3 17 de 49 min 6
. St Joseph, Missouri, Lat 39 deg 45 min
39 sec; Long 17 deg 44 min 2 sec.
Aspinwall, N. T.f Lat 40 deg IS min
16 sec; Long IS deg 31 mirt 2S sec.
Brownville, N. T. Lat 40 deg 24 min
20 sec; Long IS deg 32 min 36 sec;
Nebraska City, N. T. Lat 40 deg 40
00 sec; Long IS deg 43 min 23 sec
Omaha City, N. T. Lat41 deg 15 min
39 sec; Long 18 deg 49 min 37 sec.
Fort Kearney, N. T. Lat 40 deg 3S
min 45 sec; Long 21 deg 55 min 23 sec.
Forks of Platte River, N. T. Lat 41
deg 4 min 47 sec; Lon 23 deg 46 min 55
Fort Laramie N. T. Lat 42 deg 10
min 10 sec; Long 27 deg 44 min 55
Fort St Vrain, N. T. Lat 40 deg 16
min 32 sex; Long 2S deg 9 min 35 sec
Bent's Fort, K. T. Lat 3S deg 2 oin
33 sec: Long 26 deg 30 min 27 sec.
Fort Riley, K. T. Lat 39 deg 4 min 4
sec; Long 19 deg 39 min 2 sec.
Lecompton, K. T. Lat 39 deg 2 min 35
sec: Long IS deg 9 min 29 sec.
Sixth Principal Meridian, Long 20 deg
14 min 29 sec west Longitudes calcula
ted from Meridian cf Observatory at
Washington, D. C.
Difference from Greenwich. 77 de? 2
min 43 sec.
non. . stefhes -v. ioccias, oi me
i benate, ami Hon. trxsu J-eecusox, :
t .... .... V
, our Delegate m the House, will please .
accept thanks for valuable favors. 1
rTr . r.nfi"w TT" IT r : m t f 7 PTVPf) T1J"I K-- rArTnOnt rtl"ar r."V"T frr r
-x 1 ir - w - 1 r - - - .
w l a 1 - - - fe mm. w. t i tv w j v. c T'' ..a 1 ; i . . - - .
cdfrals, are Fepf,d to ctTer the fol- his Tenacity. .) N . AS??7 G t , . SSJ-Sny iS ' I
r iccr nVr'tbeVore exten- Mr. Johnson left this city for Cherry The .tb fbirth-uay cf the great state,- G,UeaSire7 Cr.rete- !
Ic 11 xdcemen., f.r me more exten ? . aa wa3 celebrated at the Revere House, to ram
sive circulation cf the "Advertiser. t . j...- ,v.f .Va fir-, r Boston, cn the Ibth of January, by at ,;;-;".r erTJ F' t ?r, c,..i-1
, ihis destination about me cr.t c, CTem- ; v- 1 v---. a Ssse: vn.it FrT'. . Fm.r, E!,
We will famish the IiAdTcrtiser and I j. tj prcpe-ted ia the vicinity-of superb taruet, at which Caleb jtusnic, piW-tr.yewioTnRfTilisjiuwtersi
anv 63 3ra-32ine for $14-5; the "Adver- f Cherry Creekboth north and south cf the Ru';:s Chcate and other distinguished cr- gn's V.ra, Tcia', atj Ju, j
nity; has resided several years in this city, .!
2nd Bellevue, and we can assare cur rea-j
ders that his statements are entitled to i
1 -1 .:?,,. I t
. ... 1 r 1 . r L - r I . . . k k mm lal a a W .
-.rav-, r-her ir.iist
n r.. .v -f n,-..
started ca his return trip the 12th of last The wcasicn was one cf great bniuan
i " " icyaua interest, and worthy the mighty
the prariecnecr twoindesbac from the
riTer a creeks, as well as in the banks
and beds of the streams. Until after the
1st of December nothing but the scale gold
was found. But atit tea days Previous
to his leaving, quartz and shot geld tad
. - J - ava:idance. A Sneci-
0c qrJ3r!z brought in by Mr. Johnson
has been submitted to the inspection of
several California miners in this city who
Pnounce it more than twke as rich as
any mey ever saw in iaie.
The quartz was discovered ca the north
side of the Platte about twelve miles
from Aurcria, near the foot cf the moun
tains, cn a small stream known as Rails
ton's Fork; and shot gold was found in
its immediate vicinity. The quartz crops
out in the t nks of the stream to which
we allude, and was discovered by acci
dent miners having frequently passed
without imagining its value. It exists in
1 To -rro rrTrrrr:tIfrs or.-1 twill ?,Tlhtlp5 V.A
t a , -
worked me coming season.
f . . fro ,
i r. r r-.i...
in Omaha, and published in aa Omaha
paper. The letter was dated Denver
City, Nor. 23, 15-53.
"There has been some new discoveries
cf gold since I wrote you before; still net
much mining has been done; it is too late
in the season to think cf doing much.
One company who have been working
during the past few day3, have done splen
didly, averaging SS per day to the man:
they only work five hours per day for this
The general averatre with parties has
teen from S3 to 64 per day; but men who
have prospected the country, insist that
they can make 820 per day with a Long
torn. There are many rumors, bull have
only desired to communicate facts to you.
A party of men from Nebraska City who
came through with U3 are now prospecting
in the mountains; they have found shot
gold, but how they are getting along, or
what wages they are making, we have
not heard anything upon which we can!
reTheboys returned from a hunt ia ' thel
mountains to-day; they killed forty black- j
tailed deer, and one panther. There is!
aa abundance of game in the country, of!
all sorts, so there will be no want off
Flare-up in Hie Senate-
New Yoyk, Jan- 22.
The Herald's Washington correspon
den says: In the executive session cf
the Senate to-day, an angry discussion
aroso between Judge Douglas and Sena
tor Fitch, when words were u3ed which,
it is thought must lead to a duel- The
debate occurred on the question of con
firming Potter of Ohio, as Collector of
Mr. Pugh opposed Potter's nomina
tion, as the man displaced was his friend
He said if the President desired an issue
with him, (Pugh) he was ready for it.
He denounced the appointment, and cail-
j t0 ve a?aicJst it
3Ir. Douglas responded, saying that he
wouM vote with the Senator from Ohio
appointments, and said they were dishon
est, corrupt, and incompetent.
Fitch interrupted Douglas, and said it
Douglas again reiterated what he had
cf order were then made.)
Douglas then again continued the de
bate. Fitch replied to Douglas with great
bitterness, and said that Senators knew
how to prize anything coming from that
quarter. (Cries of order.)
Mr. Douglas then replied and was call
ed to order.
Motions were then made that Douglas
be allowed to go on in order.
Jeff. Davis opposed it, and said, turn
ing to Douglas, that he had listened with
indignation to the language used it was
that of a highwayman and a bravo.
The debate was continued seme time,
when a motion was made and the Senate
adjourned. It i3 said the lie was given,
and most severe personal remarks made.
coaRESPOxDEscr or the parties.
Washisgtox, Jan. 24.
" The correspondence between Senators
I Dougias and Fitch will be published to
It appears that Mr. DouMas called on
Mr. Fitch to withdraw ihe offensive
language used towards him in the course
of the debate, oa Friday, in Secret ses
sion of the Senate.
Mr. Fitch, in the course of his reply,
said that so far as his son was concerned
m Illinois appointments, Douglas ex
planation was satisfactory, but 3Ir. Fitch
did not withdraw his offensive remarks.
Mr. Douglas, in a second note affirmed
what he had said in the Senate, and affor
ded Mr. Fitch another opportunity to
In reply Mr Fitch withdrew his offen
sive language, based on what he assumed
i t0 he Mr. Douglas' explanation.
' This withdrawal 31 r. Douglas accept-
; cu, rcp;eai;ngiaine naa saia nommg in
i . V;
,r, ... n. r. , , , t.
1 0 thl5 note Ir. J Itch repiieJ, bnt the
report does jjol state the substance .of his
Senator Davis is understood to have
voIaatarilT apologised both to Mr. Dod
las and 3Ir. ixtca, for the fcarsli remarks
1 T""-. ' c . I- - 1 V
la .111 . i . r I . . 1 1 ' 1 . i , 1 . 1 111 & - -- V. BAA
rrret from Eduard Everett was read.-
man whose memory it honored.
Hjer and neenan.
These celebrated pugilists have at
length teen pitted for a prize fight, to
come off ia the spring, somewhere in the
West for a purse of ten thousand dollars.
So say the sporting papers. Hyer and
Heenaa are supposed to be two cf the
mo powerful and scientific boxers in
the world, and a conflict between them
would be terrific. We deprecate all
such brutal amusements, and hope that
the authorities of Missouri will keep the
State clear of them. It should be made
a penitentiary offense, and the mea who
would for money, pound each ether so un
mercifully, should be raade to pound stone
or iron ia the shops of the State prison.
St. Jo. Gaz.
Salt Lake 3Iail
Arrived at St. Jo. in 15 days from
Salt Lake City six day shorter than con
tract time it brought the San F ran rise o
Evening Bulletin cf Dec. 30. The Bul
letin contains the following :
'Capt Messec, having information cf a
body cf Indians at Camp Proser, sent
twenty-three men under Gapt. Proser to
surprise the CamP. We At out at ten
the 'Indians camp, who received us with
yells and arrows. We "fought like good
men, long and welL" but the fleet foe
left us few trophies. In the melee
squaws fought desperately as any. Five
bucks'? weie killed, several wounded,
and fourteen made prisoners.
The Falls City Broad fxe has again
made its appearance upon cur table. It
is an exceedingly wity, and ever welcome
Our sanctum was honored this week, Ly
a visit from our ;ancient friend" and cor
respondent, Hon. A. Dow5i5c Kirk
for some time past Editor and proprietor
e cai1 attention to the advertisement
of Carew Saxdehs, which we publish
in another column. At thi3 Nursery ran
fce an enJIess rarietv of trees, &rubs
&c. and at prices to suit the times.
Chess Problem Xo. 2.
B Y T. R. r.
King at Queen's Knight's square ;
Queen at Q's Kt S ;
Rook at Q's 4 ;
Pawn at King's 3 ;
Pawn at King's Rook 3 ;
Knight at King's Rook's square ;
Knight at King's S;
Bishop at Q's Rock's square.
King at King's B'ps 4 ;
Queen at King's 4 ;
Pawn at King's Bishop 7.
White to play and mate in three moves.
Solntlon or Chess Problem or Last
1st. White Castles; Black moves any
where. 2d. White moves Pawn to the Royal
Line, makes it a Knight, check ; Black
3d. White Reek to Queen's 7th, mate.
I intend to preach in the School house
of thi3 city, this evening. at 6 1-2 o'clock.
a discourse, measurably to voun men.
All are invited to attend. Tprf AfrL-
, , - . . - ' "
iw; i- i. L. COLLINS.
Preaching next sabbath at the Presby
terian church, at half past 10 o'clock, by
Rev. Phiio Gorton. Rev. A. S. Biliintrs
1)', will at the same hour preach at Ne
maha City, and in the evening at this City.
The officers and
members of the Nemaha County Agri
cultural Society are notified to meet at
the office of Judge Whitney, in Brown
ville on Saturday, February 5. 1S59, at
2 o'clock P. M. A punctual atten
dance is very much desired.
R. W. Furjas, Sec'y.
Masonic Lodge Meeting
T. VT. Bedfobd, Sec'r.
ODD FELLOWS LODGE 3IEET!yG.
.- iT-v Brownrille Lodge, Xo, 5. meet iverj
jjL' aX5 ThursdaT eTeninj. at tne Ku crer 3i 'Al
"Wc luter it Pona'a store.
'- GEO. LIKEXS, X. G.
Theo Hill, Sec'y.
Notice is hereby giren that by Ttrtue cf a deed
of tm.-t execaUd by jain B. TLcmpson and
and Elizabeth Thcrap p. Lis wife, dated at IJrown
ii:e,the twecry -rst day of October, A. D. 1,
and recorded on page onediur.dred and t weixty-lfcree
cf Mortgage. Record No 1. in Ueeorder r. fikc c f Ne
maha connty, Nebraska, I, Daniel L. ill Gjtrj, trus
tee therein mmed, will fnia the dxr cf the Is ,c cf
theBegistercf Deeds of said oanty, on the twenty-sixth
day of February, A. D. 1S59, cod btlwwu
the hours of nine clk, A. II., and four o'clock. P.
Mof jaid day, sell at public sale to tha highest
bidder lor caa ia hand, the following described re
al eUtc, to-wit : Loti? Nambcred seven, eight, nine,
aad ten, in block nnbcr ten, in the town cf L'rown
ti!!e, Ncmaba county. Nebraska Territjy as des
ignated npn the criminal plat cf said town. Said
-rf".1?" 'IO "sijcmatnBottni eyM
; Bcrjami B.T o pct to lV..cglasi A Cc. and whtch j
' T?mf UXl!1- T ,f v ,
i i;rwni, j.n. lJ.
al bc"tn?' to satisfy certain cote 9 made by said
yeroah Tai:ey LI:e Ko. 4, tcett at M-
y.' vjtjihic ua;. ever 'Aiiitir Fv-na' 3;re n
k? the first arI ILird SitnnlaT eriir.; .r eh
month. K. W. FVfLSAS. VT. 31.
SSsKizri Treei. t get U, very Z ftr
! ur hh rn'rrrt
T J "
f f. J V . F
irr Mrttt i33jri
Crtirf a-i'i Eirfj, Crawford's La:, EartrYerlr.
Oi l Mixon Freeston. Kei Ca-k Jlalatonf. IIesh
Clirj. Larr Earlr Yrk. Cooti Sdlz, Troth's
Earij. Gvrz tbe IV, Cx tUe s Farorile. Rl Or
ace Fre, Ward's Lata Frrt, Large Wfcite CIig.
SaxJvr.1 Trtft. 00 etmtt eat; fitcarf Tre Am
gr Qic ?elt. r ry r pent r. Lirtmj fLrtt
or trri yunr rflrplaiijt i3 tit -ej.
TiirtletU HI .xitiioJ. Trs.-j3, Ca5a. D-irrt d 'An
ion, Belts I.nrrat ire, Incb d'Anoc!ee Dojrnr.e
tvaca, v nits Uojfans. Hnm:ia Inty. Para
Tena Gem-n. Sstan Orange, Gloat Mcrccaa,La
resce, Zter Beurrs. Kirtlacd.
Slnmdard Trtet, 50 erntt entl.
KcfsLt's EHj TT. vli, HT?k FaS!. Bek Tarta
ri? Cos'i Tmn-rarent. El:.n. Got. VTaod. 5"i;r.f
rn. Yel,- SjanL-h. Cr:ioB, EarTy ilar, 2Ijt
P!nl. A price ta, 5ectarincj, Qaiacw, lt rane
tits 2 3 eenu cari.
Ki Antwerp an! E!:b PnrsV. 15 fcrh:
Amri can Ejick, 13 eacb, BrinciTj Orar-, Ti
THE LAWT03T ELACEEPJcT.
$2 lr i yt'-a t&res (Josss 13, ari Jl jcr iaa-
ifrf P?- fa rt 4 A -, E'
Dntefe.Kn-rxhl'i 4 Bi, Black XKlr
JV Efta?Lb ' f fens nnt7
STia-Is Tr, Ef-err-en Trew. n-rlnx Sin's,
baH "' atl 8at I tiji ca
aI parked is lis refa! manrVr. AS
ebarz. crry ecnsb t carer tb crtar wiTI
ale for fekinj, as is ra3taary wi I Eirr:
All articles or-lerl wi3 fce detlrere.1 at ti
Ferir? rLii'r:? ?t. LooLvean lre order? at the
Valley FarroT 02ee. r raer cf Fifth and Cb-atnat
?frect:. and th-y will be pr&mr -y attended t. All
order3hr.a!d b avcp anted bj the money, or an
order or draft cn son person ia St. Louis, or good
All lettcri should bs aJJreed to
Feb 3, 1?33. r.3 StLr.au Nursery St Loais, M-
Erery Van who Ccltirates an Aere cf Land.
Ercry V."onn who Ca'tirates a Gard of flowers,
Ever? B- y who iatendj to beor.m- a trer,
Erry Girl vho may become a firmer s wife,
OrGOT TO EXA9 THS
i OHIO CULTIVATOR.
S j; are go rich thej biTe bo time to read,
S one are o pxr tbey ean't aJ-.rd to pay, '
So-s so wL joa ean't teso ibem anything,
Soe ar-? t ikinf tj many Pper already.
SEE HERE MY FRIEND !
You ciay, can. nust. nTjbr, ecnld, wcnld, cr should
leave off fn-.h rain ex?o?e?, and
Tate the Ohio Cnltiraior, ror 1S59.
VV;a- XV b-zia3 cn the first cf January, rab-IL-fce-i
twice every monih ia bock f&r, for "binding.
DercdtFar, Stock raidiEZ, zarieain fruiij.
i,e. Got ap express! for practical evtry day
TE3M SlcTe copy r,r.e year 31 Three eop4e for
Sixeopieif,;r5t Necopiesf?r ?o,andaepT
extra to the getter-np of every elab of 0. '
Send for a fcecioaen. and ret an a elab amonv
yourneightx.r2. Sjreoiiaenj ant free.
Address S. D. HARHI..
Editor and PaVJiher, Cctaaib, O.
To Nathan Corchan TLos. C. Nanc, ac 1 all oth
ers whrm it may conrera: Yoa arc h reby notiSd
iiiai 1 win aipar ac tae icl Ot-e Brcwnre. N
cf ranse siifeen i 16 east, where you eaa appear
to contest my right thereto.
JOHN A. ErRBANK.
J, B. JZUrNIIiGS &. CO.
Cor. 2nd end Frances sh, Si. Joseph Jfo.
HAVE ja?t recievtdby late arriraJ.at mnch be-
t ;w e reilar rates tf freight, a hearr su-ek of !
tf roceries. whica havirg- been r.urx he-i a: exfrenie-
-T Iow l. wd beid aczir cheap for ch.
!B"JcJ itTibuycw U az eiamiaatkn cf
50 btdj new crop Sarar, fair to prime, at n-Jaiei
ICtiO sacks G A acd Kasiasalt
50 IU sapcrf a-, extra ml extra nc FSc cr
0 tierces new Rice
4t50 hf atd ;r bcxes .Star Candles
I'0 boxes fai!y j' ip
500 bcxea Rio to5"ee,gl fair to prim3
50 bis crashed and powdered Scgar
2C0 bis and bf bis butter, scda, sugar and wine
40 0 keg? assort ed Nails
150 coils mannlua ror, frcn to 1J,' inctes
75 xes pearl Starch
50b.,xis SX10 and 10X12 Glass
500 dai 8X10 anl 12 and 12X14 window sash
100 sacks new dried Apples
100 boxes imperial, gunpowder, youn- hyson and
150 boxes assarted and fancy Candy
50 boxes sutr Tors and fiuai drops
10 whols and hf drcm I t
53 boxes layer lijiiecs
SCO lexes Giaow and Tirg-nia Tobacco
1CC,COO eg-ir. Tariou bran Js
150 boxes. nd 25 bis Smoking To1 acco
600 dcien Field's celebrated Oysters
150 boxes W It. PF and E I) Cbee
Wooden ware ia every variety: Cotton baUipg.
Candle wick, wrapping yarn, hemp twine, white h
Fototnac herrirg. fresh Gochen butter, cranberries,
orange , fresh and prrved fruits, jellii;?, pickles,
lobsters, pepper sauev, cauup, pepper, allspice, gin
ger, currants, prunes, Termaeiiii. macaroni, nau cf
ail kinds, etc etc.
SfUides. peltries, beeswax and all other binds
of produce taken in exchange for roods br
J. B. JENNINGS t Co.
Jan'y 21 135? :jy!y
Xoticc to Lot Holders ia Tecum
Persons hulling evidences cf titles quit claim
deeds, contracts f .: derd. or cer:i;atc ofdt-ds
in the town cf Teecmieb, Johnson county Ntbrak,
are hereby notified that unless presentati-.n is ad
in persoD,cr by proper attorney, and lots claimed
and respective proportionate amoants cf entrance
money and fce f . r executing deed, be paid en cr
all U the pr vi.i vf aa act pJ tj the Gener
al Ajsemb.y of Nl rasia, entitled "aa act re-a-
Asmb.y a Nebraska, eatitied aoatreu-
ting the di.iosal ef lands purthasej in txVjwT
d Febmarr nu. iw.
Tccuia-rh.Jun.WV ' r"
oi cur-. r.a cox tr paciiZ mil b erfanj t xr-.aayj at 9 cirri, a.tt.
marked with tfce n3i ar,I rwilence f tb prty t -Arrc A: ErewtrCts-vrr TaijT.Tia-.jj-,
mak jr.? ths r.?er, ar-J ship p gs directed, bat after I iaSariajs a: 3 & '
theiip-at taej will U a: the rL-k of the rrr-i CrriCE noira?
1,0a rr.oay. tnc eleven ta diy of Febmarr, 1So9. . ini-a 3o,dar.?5 my taiasiear :h
to prove upmy right of pr-eptkn tit the" soath- 'l you withdraw bat a ic-!e :
w quarter of se-etlon twelre. Ttwnh?r tin n. rth ra;ria wbtca Ton r-;t..i -i ,iirj.'t
wiorw !ls npiraiion 01 six montns rrom thL date,
all lots at that time unclaiwd and nctaid fcr will
besc'.d at pul li? u.?ti,n to the highest tidlr for
the ue and benefit of said towncf Tcn-rK ",-
ne & Bin
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f ? - Aarxy ia stTea
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F 7, t'cl:k. a.xto 1:
t- C. p. u.
Opinions cr Distinzsiiliei
Adrer:B ycer b.-irLe'.
under a buel. Wbaierer yior ca"i-5
tioa ay be, if it Keda oppr rt f.-.3 h: pa:
!? r-.s :
fairiy be attribate-1 nirre tthe.pb:io
nearly all other coreoise-J. -Thre br
rflKTtf r, AW r r - t. 1
but I eaaaot xell cct-rtire what uV i -f
I baT5 alw;y? -..csil-rti airerlIi-,Lie-ari
Ice' to be the great median: tf z -xmi.
ne, ac 1 the t-rviade to wealth. A 1 Sir. t
j it aa Tart;e ra:e.t!,t3 airr.rtL-; i3 m k.
itmos, a ions eapene baiirg tasjht ae :s
ney t'a T,ec it we laid oat ; ana tr ke-t
bailee eont naiL'y bjf.re ta$ pub! iu'
me many a;e tbat I otrwj wi tuu
SrErH" Gcea. . .
WbateTer iaceejs I cay bare h,': J in
owe mainly to ecctinaoas AirenLj;nr. aid It
il gl pi:cy to airert9 .cj ia ths jiae -;
Frvm a etoe obserraucn. I iai f jily wtVji ;
it u i-o5:bIe to atake at&h hi.ira r in i :x
j of eccierre. wilhoat the faeil.iei."aich a h
c-e C4I giTe. J accb Iarcx wax. ; -f
ilJ motto thriah lif.; fc bea-w, r
! tiiiai, . AdTtniiis ij trae fi
j phera tcr., that tarn whatever taeh-v:
I he idTertie-t aeh.b:h l5 wt.-;'
datiyparers: tor have 1 f,urd ti;thfi:
Ur;;t eiecutioA f eirLer ctr-beEiS
the uuwl. Joa.x J. Ajtok. . .
Advertise: adverse! adrertiiei Thi Vi the .
cf Ude,and atandir adTertisrnietM. ' w ' '
wi.l proT the o3i rea eratire. atk-Sl
chac-rta to one that wcc!d be jh :n T
j wou!d-b-ca.tcmers will 'Joofc inro lie TA-rf'f."
bayise.aid cc tzd:- it will lu
prv:alle ?a. V.iu.iAJt Gittr.
3IcLeans Cordinl .
Ai tujl ea- we i-rt ili e tie iT?r
meat of XcLeia'a OUl. '
I: U well krwwn we are z I p jnVrvar'.y Ur'x
4-'eit nicuw.-!, aoi, m a'seaeril ib.tr. fcikr' "
wU:e,f tten wna tatlicUe cTe"nr, tz-i w.i"
jeutiiaetits we demised iaerui', tit tt'.y-
sntil k-ew wiat er tae issreea it - '
! cine, a :J jow 05mp.)Ji.. Tkis we ti't it--i;
beiieTi-ir, m wek tt utfzt.enii ire S ''
the criponiKl ixWwW.j mJ, we.xe-T-u3iet'if '
a fixture wcrtt j of patlic cwc1k'.':
Tie above i fram tae SU .uij Chr--:-3
e-iiteJ Ij tie re!ebrateJ Sct.JDt. Jt.in ?
sfeiis Tclans ia arr cf JfcLran' Crhj!-
loali, try it. Ses tie aJvertiseTneat ia i-
Binn. . -
Tte tiajytity ef lu-r Wb, can
atair Oils. ul tk n:ina !14 '
now before thepibiii nnor aach "extra jm
bolical and f.taMic titles as we pa.-iH
window ed!, and cewpar-er tioi:, "as m t
rations, are all hnnsbnjrs cf tae fl.-t water; p-
real usertt, when tier dom3 .a.rr. U that
bana. Hs IorJ, wha: c-il, lard eet
andcolore!, n le U, ia beafiiol nztT
white fiat rlaas ttt:e. tie ottiest crp11
ks ana wfcen t2s cot:y, are taptkd wr.a
sy Uatle trci, M casjnt at ty verdant y
both sexes. Soch is sot the ciiarter f rrJ.
nr Ktcrt-ve. This rectletaan e;e
orM wi'y-s: any ' li?a falatia lllcph'o-' 3- '.
other astoaatiics a&4 tartle ci.ch peaBT ,tr?'
Mai.i'j adTerti a Eair BotoraUvt wt' : :'
es. precie!Taj a a Bes:ratiTe it act.
Wr Hiir Eet-rative, anj as y ;tj va'-'je'r'"0'
aye, jour very cra:ss, arr'j notiz f r
te that yu will get h worve !ucce iiiaT
ei Urd oil oa your rnniua. Bemetatfer
storaUve fur the hair is tbe best article "
Dr. 3Iana Ague Balsanj
Tnis wcnderfsl cocipon! is bavins a ti'3 f
ia all jutrts f the Tuioa wkere fae s.
cf the Tew me.incs which are tw soli ovf ,if
try, thai are really what their laventorcU-B:fjr ,
And, ualika all etaer remedi ts thai are ric"ttX y
by their prctnetors tocttre all theiUs u: air
to this reaiet-'y Is only recomzneode4 for ci
a. arr.e. ar that parueelar class of u?ci .
of cr the result tf ioa, to corrmc i
ccntrr. The nnnierou e;Jeco ,f U
pr 1 erties, aal the hi;h e?Uativn pljteJ f
rs it te gTea:et Jitx.f ry of the "ae, a3"1 V
the entire aprrubatw f all !aes ct
havia; tvsion to e a meAcaie of litis ,
to tpare no pains to give this a trial if tte? ,
sonnUiT cureJ. See a-lvertemcnt ia "an"er 1
of this jarer. ;
TT-i "IT -f TV
1 J.rJ I I 8 1 Tl H '
V177 IVI N
i P'"' R"n-' rwtrt'fiii n-vl
ti rwu-aiy kbi eaeetaazly ia &
cr ether, that will arrest pnllie a:tn:kn. Ir
einfes that wbas sareJ I hxr h.i
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