Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, May 05, 1859, Image 1
f - ' i - i . . ... . . . A Ay v .VQTEpTp '..-ART, SCIENCE, AGRIQULTUBE; , COMMERCE, NEWS, POLITICS, GENERAL INTELLIGENCE AND . THE INTERESTS OF NEBRASKA. w VOL. III. '' CITYOF;BE0WHVILLE, NEMAHA OUNTYrN. T.,i THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1859. NO. 45, 'j V - .... JMrj;?-;.,.; -iij'j.V.M Ay A ffV Ay AX- 1 t.-rr ' - - ' ' - . - t . Jv.J u ' - -.-' - ' - , -- i 1 i i i I . . : UP . . " - ? " . . . .''I . Vtbraskd: tjcrtiscr I rBLlSHED fVEKT- TCRSBAY BT" ' R w. FURNAS, Hoadley & Muir's Bjilding, r rratr ofMaia and First Streets.) 1 iRQWNVILLE; N Tw , fjro3e:.eV, it tho end of 6 months', ?,50. ' " " " " " 12 " 3,00' ? n Hlil 111 I II Ul IP I 1 tl Illf T CubfcoUi accompanies the order, attSerwue- . --KATES OF M)VERTISINO: . 'Hi r.--iritJ' fVMo lusci uuiii i,vu 0.50 ditionai:."OB. - rrvinl.ll. 2,50 iyKnre,iuD 7 three inonms, . 1 . 4,00 6,00 12,00 5,00 60,00 35,0 20,00 10,00 20,00 10,00 8,00. 20,00 13,00 10,00 gix months' .; L cneyear, . " L.jsCwJs of sit lines qr less,one jear, ftlsnin one year, ' . hfWaniniieyear, finrin . . . I Colnmii.sii mont!, . ',. hnIfColusn, six months, . - foorta - rct . ... Ciiantbree monta?, bV.Qo!aiin,nree inomns, 6,00 a:ir.;:uii: Jatcs for office Cvn sdvange,). 5,00 e'.rula . .1 u ! . U. C. JOHNSON, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, j SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY ' '. .AK.D .. ' Real . Estate Agent, I J5 RO W N .VILLB K . T. ' . . '.' . . BEFE&ESCES. , . i Hon:m..l5!up, Montrose Pa, B.S.BcntlT. . " ! Job'n C.-MiUcr, pticago LI. .. . J .Wta..McMUster, ". . . ; . .. - . !.. T.harte F.'Vowkf, " " " V.. Wr;FiJma,Bn'rriiville,".T. O. t. Lite, " 47-'ly . E. MATHIEU. . Cabinet & Wagon-Haker ; -Main Street. bet. Six'h and Seventh, ' . iiltOlOTiLLE, IV. T. 5 - Hi kiml fit'cibinet work neatly executed. ! j&e pairing of warms' pl jtfs etc.; pFsmptly dune. ' j JOHN McDONOUGH. . li)uso', Sign, k Ornaniental. Painter,' I . 'glazie'r, c. ' " ! riiuGTTXTir.i.E; y.-.T, ? IT. 1tdrcn beleft at the City Drug. Sore. Eachanan Life and. General j . Insuranco Co., ' " .Ceecor 2d and Jule-sts.,.. " ' i . JOSEPH, MO.' , ' ' . fJHTIREB AT THT. LAST SESSION OF TDK MO..LJEG lutnorized Capitol 13,000,000. DIRECTORS:' . ' S J.B.J?nniRgs, I.K. lloward,'J. A.Qwen.Milton I-jcth, John Cv!huh,JobnlI. Likens, W.H.Pcncik, .imes Kay, X.J. SIcAf han '. A-G. Mansfiecr. . J;'B. JEX51XGS, Tres, ! 5,R.XcAsnAX, Sec'y:.- . IS now.r.eadT to receive "application for Life, Fire, Mirineanji Riverrisks. A cash return of 25pee c?nt. will be allowed cn cargo premiums. ' Losssr jwaiptly adjusted, and the usual facilities given to patrons of the office. " April Rtt,TS57. ' 4t-3m Jon.v. r. H.VSEY. cn as. r. holly. ! KIDNEY & HOLLY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ! XCURASKl OTY.X T. ? Till practice in the Courts of this Territory. Collecr- j Hand criminal business attended to throughout uU. Wti-ii l,,... uiKu.nrl. VTill attend the ru at Bruwiivilie.. v2na3-6m r E, S. "DUNDY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, : ARCHER. RICHARDSON CO. N. t. sfveral Courts of the 2d Judicial I'Mrirt in ail matters connected with the !- sin- V M. McLEK5AN,iEso.'.,of Nebraska City, Mst me in the prosecution 01 xniporiauv ouii. ?t ID, '67-11-tf ' p. c. vr. wheeler; irchitect and Builder. MISS MARY TURNER, M1LLIHER AIID DRESS MAKER. i Kaia Street, one door above Carsons Bank. 3onnei and frimmimrs always on hand. I . o iJAMES W. GIBSON, 'BLACKSMITH ! . Second Street, between Main and ebraska, . .BROWNVILLE, N. T. ; ED. w.Moonr, ! General Steamboat Agent, 'UEirARnTXG COMMISSION MERCHANT, . NEBRASKA CITY. N.T. e'sold on Commission and prompt returns made. 'Jcular attention given to receiving, Storing and For- i uau kino of ireifiht and produce. I t. . Office on the Levee. I .urek?nse in tb same block with Kearney note I. fk . ( . . . . .... . I HM ... T . I I Joseph Mclntyre Milord, Finney & Co" APri:2.l!vSs- 1 Bartklay, HinkleSs. Co . v2-44-Iy i HEMAHa 1 Aun ARFIJT. r- mi a a kllW I iwail 1 sWEOU & XOTARYPIBLIC, :!hir f,ect lani18' Instigate titles, pay taxes, &c. wn or Nebraska; buy, sell, and enter I th """'""i") mini in iowa projTCi ly, buy or anl will always have on handeorrct ies,&.c.,showingalllandssub- esired will furnish parties Uv- lf M wnshijis. count i5tm .v lry' d where desired parties r:'""'"' with the same me. oldest, settler in the county will In all A tl:etoive fulVand reliable information. ,ti A- L- Coate, either at Erownvilior V'e emaha I 6m-42-v2 i HEW GROCERY. i PROVISION HOUSE, . !IllIOEBi0K,. Stakd of M. F.OLAEK-, . "HP fl TTXTTTTT T Ti "KT -m . " Tn V- rnn1 fpy-eufrPiy of Family Grdterieff 1:5aaii n. """VTitvuyoi r ami it groceries i ftK . r'tm Pb", ue' iSirs'and Tobaeco, O-rsters and ' H.ili If8' 'ruoes, Blackberries, and WnoAle- ' "'Mim w;.:lUll'rcihUori.roduceascheapastL6 r'vif,,', r"tt-liv ma a shaire tf yo'contiuuod 2 . . . . I CITY 15M STORE. JOHN H. IEAUN & CO;, " . BR O WJ"V1LLE wV. T. '" ':' ' DEALER IN . . .. Drags, Ilcdicines, CHEMICALS, TOILET SOAPS, . r me nair ana xooth iJrushes, PERFUMERY, -FAXCY & TOILET . ARTICEES, Tobacco & Cigars, : Pure Wines ana Liquors for . Medicinal Use. - .63 Phy6icin$' Prescriptions nd family .Eecipes cirefully compounded. . Air orders correctly answered. Every article war ranted genuine and of tne best quality. ' 53" AGENTS for all hading Patent Medieiriea oj im cay, -, CITY TRUNK STORE; FASSET. & CEOSSMAN, ; Manufacturers of " Traveling & Packing VALISES, CARPET BAGS, &C. isouih. y v est corner of rrne aaadd st s, Saint LcfuLs, 3Io. . i in- il i-, w care .now prepared to t . V LJJtj 1 in our line with promptness ndonthe larpe and comDlete and alt of onrwn mannfacturinK. .Those in-want of articles' (B our line, liiauuiaviuiiuit. . x uuac m w au b Bl llkics M v (wholesale or retail) widoweH to give ns a fo'te purchasing elsewhere. : A thare of jmblic arm l a S -"' " ..iQ call be- patron-- ageis soHcited.. . " nl8v3-ly Clocks, -"Watclies-'&r" Jewelry. . J.. SCHIlTZ. fL Would anuopcet.tlrecitiien8 of Brownville ViyV and-vicinity th.t. he has located himself in cj.-Aftmwnville. and intends keeping a full assort. jueiii of everything in his' lie of -business, which will be sold low for cash, lie will also do all kinds of re-. pairing-of clocks, Watches and jewelry. All work war ranted - " v"3nl81y S. L'ockwoop. " 1858. ' R. E. PojaERor Xockwpod & Pomeroyy . ; Wholesale ajrid Retail Dealers ia ' STRAW GOODS. Also, Shippers of American Furs of every de- .". -scrip tion ; for- which, tney will pay the highest Market Price, IDf 'CASH. COUNTET- Merchants are invited to examine bur stock of liat &, Caps for the approaching Spring and. Summer' trade, which will be large, fashionable,' and well selected". In point of variety our stockshall not be excelled by any House in fet. Ltonis. Our nrices will be low, terms accommodating. Call and see as at oar New Store: Second St. St. Joe. Mo. 4 . 32-6m 7: ' M'NTJTT'S Celelorate c3. stomach mmm Art ck vntqualled Tonic and Stomachic, a potitive and palatable .Remedy for general ueomty, vyt- peptta, lost oj Appeme ana auaucatei oj ine Digestive Organ. TLeee Bitters are a sure Preventive of FEVER AND AGUE ! They are prepared f rem the purest materials fcy an old and experienced Druggist, ana tnereiore can ue reucu on. THEY AID DIGESTION! By gently exciting the system into ahealthy actionj are pleasant to the taste, anu aiso pive inai Tipor vo ' the system that is so essential to health. 53-A wine glass full maybe taken two or three times. a uay Dprore eaiing. . Prepared ouly by W. L. M'JJ U TT, ST. LOUS, MO. Oct. 23, '53 I5-ly ' - DROWX & CL.IXTOX, PRODUCE DEALERS, Fonvardinff & Commission MERCHANTS, No. 78, North Levee, St. Louis, Mo. Orders for Groceries and Manufactured Articles accu rately filled at lowest possible rates.- Consignment for sale and re-shipment respectully solicited, buipments of all kinds will be faithfully attended to. Beierrences : Messrs. G n Rea &. Co St. Louis Birtlett. McComb &Co do Gilbert, Miles & Starinard do non."vr H Bufflngton. Auditor State of Missouti J O Harmon. Esq. Cairo City. 111. Messrs Molony, Bro's &Co XewOrlean, Louisiana J D Jackson, Kcq., do lo Messrs llinkle, Guild &. Co, . Cincinnati,. F Hammar t Co do Brandell & Crawford Louisville, Ky. Woodruff &.lIuntington, Mobile, Ala. H. Billings, Esq., Beardstown, 111. May X2, 1S63 45-3m ' HAYDEN & WILSON. Importer and Manufacturer of V AND Coach Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, Saddle Trees, Hames, Spnngs and Axles, Patent and Enameled. Leatner, SKIRTING, m " HARNESS, & BRIDLE LEATHER. No, 11, Main Street; fct, Loms, .no., Are prepared to offer to their customers and the" trade an assortment of .articles unsurpassed, in q.uality and ' 'a - m a:l Hncnnacoa1 in nnalitr a rw) cheapness, by any House in tBeir line East or .West. M Li -I rT T T C rnr ry Vf A B C.TT Sir f C Manufacturers and noiesale X '. " . . 1 Aealers Ready Made Clothing, 8-5. Main St., St. Lotiis, Mo.: ' SHIRTS, DRAWERS,. OVERALLS, SHIRTS, . n.TJX3I3.2Z3 3?t. . apOZ0 ' - and all tinds.. of . . ., .." FUR ISHIHG GOODS; ALSO ' FALL STOCK "OF . . GENT'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, Vfiich we offer as low as any House in h City. . wbsxer,jm.rsii t co: ISajile i JJHYLSL,o AlVUlt.u i iuyciwi. TATSUFAtlTURESr and ips constap -Lf JL en hand for sale all kinds oF-FIour, Meal, hnafed stuffs. Orders solicited and promptly filled ornnost favorable terms. ' Caj5h.fi.d consUotly for Wheat.6, For character of Flour refer to everybody UafeVerusedit. Sts Joseph, Mo., Angq, 1S55. vlnj."f- y Di t, M'OAHT. O. B. HEWETT McGARY & HEWETT, AiiUnfiEYS AT LAY . " AND. ..SOLICITORS IN CHANCER Y.. . Browavm, Nebraska. . HEFERENCES. Messrs. Crow.. McCrearr &.Co.'l . St : T.nnln. Wo. : do . Hon. John fi. Sheply,- " Do " St. Joseph, Ho. " Do Nebraska City, N. T.- ,ion. aureg craig, Hon. Silus Woodaon. . JudRe A. A. Bradford, o ..Jr. auctions, Esq., Kinner &.-nollfv. Nebraska City. " .. Cheevcr Sweet & Co '- ,da ." .. ' " '- . J. Sterling Morton . .' do. Brown & Behni tt, Bto.wn.vill ' '' . ' R. W. Furnas " ' do' ' Brownville, N T. Nov. IS, 1858. . vgn2l riOXEER . Book Binders. COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. ' Empire Block, No. 3. . WILLIAM F. KITER, Would inform . the public that he has onened a first class Book Bindery, and is (low preparid to do. all kinds of Book Binding old or new, bound or re-bound upon the shortest possible notice, and op the most reasonoble terms. " ."'' Orders received for all-kinds of Blank.work. ' July 1, 1868-ly. . Watchmaker & Goldsmith, A. GfYS , rock; port; mo. BEGS leave to inform the public that he has located in the above .named town and offers for sale a choice stock of CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, and other articles usually kept in such' establishments at prices which cannot be complained of. Being an exper ienced watchmaker he flatters himself that in repairing watches, clocks and jewelry he can give perfect satisiac- Uon. . 19 em. JAMES HOGAN. AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER, Southeast cr. 2nd and Locust St's. ST. LOUIS, MO. All kinds of Blank Books, made of the best paper, rnled to any pattern, and sewed in the new improved patent mode. LIBRARIES, PERIODICALS, MUSIC. &c, bound in any style, and at the shortest notice. Having been awarded the Premium at the last Me chanic's Fair, he feels condident in insuring satisfaction to all who may give him a call. , July 22d, 1853. Iyv3n4 DR. D. GWIN, Having permanently located in BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, For the practice of Medicine and Surgery, tcn piers his professional services to the afflicted. Umce on Main street. . nodvo A. W. ELLIOTT, IT "o. rsery AND SEED DEPOT, Cor. Broadway and Wash Street. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. naving purchased the entire Nursery stock of John Siggerson & Bro., I am prepared to offer to the public the largest and best selected stock of Fruit Shade, and Ornamental taees shrubs and plants ever offered for sale in the West. We are determined to offer such in ducements to tree planters and the. trade as will ensure the most entire satisfaction. Descriptive catalogues wu be furnished, and any information given, by addressing, A. TV. CLUU1T, Saint Louis, Mo. November 35, '58-Iy. ISHAM REAVIS, ATT0KNEY AT LAW, AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Palls City. Richardson County, Nebraska Wi 1 pre prompt atteuU n to all professional busi ness intrusted to his care in Richardson and adjoining counties; also to the drawing of deeds, pre-eniption pa pers, Sic, c. , . . May 13, '58 n46-6ia D. LANDRSTH & SONS, Agricultural Warehouse AND SEED STORE, No. 13, South Main Street, opp. New Exchange Build. St. Louis, Missouri. Constantly on hand. Garden Grass, and other seed's ; the Garden seeds are, with slight exception, the produce of grounds cultivated under the strict personal inspec tion of the senior partner of the house. Also a large variety of Agricultural implements, partly of .our own manufacture. ' $3Catalogues furnished gTatis. Feb. 24, '69 35 3m ' . A. S. HOLLADAY, M. D. Bespectfnlly informs his friends in Brownville and immediate vicinity that he has resumed the practice of Medicine, Surgery,. & Obstetrics, and hopes, by strict attention to his profession, to receive that generous patronage heretofore extended to him. Tn ail cases where it is possible or expedient, a prescription business will be done.- Office at City Drug store. Feb. 24, '69: 35.1y RANDALS, G0ULEY & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LCOBSEB OF VINE AND COMMERCIAL STS AND Number 54, North Levee, St. Liouis, Missouri . Cash advances made on consignments. njers.for Merchandise solicited -and promptly filled.'' Corn, Oats. Hides and Produce, generally sold on Commission. ' ' r '-. March 3, 1858, 1 a i i nvilAV n n A lnnnpllnr illlUI Lib V . tl 11 U. J J UiloCllUi I " BELLEVUE. NEBRASKA: . r . ' FRANKLIK TYPE & STEREOTYPE FGUIJDRY . Claeinnatl, 0.. C. F. O'lilTISCO M. & CO 'A fanUfactarers and dealers in News, Book and Job J.TJL Typ,rnAtingPre8ses,Jases,jiallies,ic., e, Inks, send Printing Material of .Every Description "' STEREOTYPING of ail kind-r-lJooks, JJusic, , Patent Med.ioi.fle Directions, Jobs, Wood Engtevingj, . EraEd.ani Pattern .Letters. Tarioas styles, GEORGE IDWARlS, .A. 31 .C3 SI I.1!1 13 C T.' OFrC ACi St, tott of Kinney.. Holly' fiffice, ecrasJtauitT. iN.x. 'Ferrous who cojctPiupLate buikliog- can be furnished with Tesicn, Kant, pecicaiioB6, fcc.. for buildings ol any class or variey-of strle, and the erection of the same super-intended If 'detiired. Frimpt attention paid to puisne roni a distance. . . --oti A. D. KIRK, ; ' at: Xaw T,ancl Asreat and Sol ary Public JKWP. Kickardson iJo., J. 1. . Wijl practice in the' Courts ef ffTrf Ne,hrak, y llaydiii anaiiennctibrasica jiiy. Attoiw PRE5UUMS ANIT REGULATIONS For the First Annual Fair of the Nemaha Agricultural Society, to be held at Brown-viHtt'tm-ThursdaHlthM 6A and Fridav the 7th of October, 1859. . OFFICERS : . D. C. SANDERS, J. W. COLEMAN, JESSE COLE, v K. W. FUKNASj President. " . Vice-President.' Treasurer. . A Secretary. BOARD OF MANAGERS : Geo.- Crov, G. II. Nixom, D. Plasters, J. Beane. Alkx. Skek.v, W. S. UOBK, S. Goodz. y REGULATIONS. . .. The officers of the Society shall consist of a- Presi dent, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and seven Managers, who together snail constitute a Hoard of Directors for the treneral management of the affairs of the Society. .They shall be elected annually, on the last day of each fair, by the members of the So ciety, and hold their offices until their 8 accessor are elected: . . Members of the Society must be residents of the county and pay the sum of one dollar annually, or by the payment cf twenty-fire dollars may become a life member. . :J . J - ' Competitors for premiums must be members of tho Society. A list of the articles for which premiums are to be awarded by the Society must be published in a news paper or in handbills, at least six months, previous. to the day of exhibition. " . All articles offered for premiums must be owned by the persons offering tho same, or by members of their lamuies, ana .products ot tne son or inanuiac turcd articles must be produced or manufactured within the county. . Awarding Committees of three or five persons each shall, be annually appointed by the Board of Direc tors of the society, tor judging the different classes of artio'es offered in e jmpetition and awarding pre miums for the same. - The Awarding Committees must comply with the provisions of the law requiring competitors for pre miums on crops and other improvements to furnish full and correct statements of the process and ex pense of culture, production, etc.- Competitors for premiums on crops shall be requir ed to furnish a statement in accordance with the fol- owine rules, which statement shall be verified by affidavit, as per form annexed : Statement to he furnithed Ig applicant for pre- Vixum onju.m crop. 1. The land shall be measured by some competent person or persons,, who shall make affidavit of the occurrences of the measunnj-nt and the quantity of ground. 2. The applicant shall make athdavit according to the form annexed, to the quantity of grain raised on the ground entered on the premium list which affidavit must accompany the application for pre mium , together with a sample of the grain. 3. The main objector the society. being to pro mote profitable cultivation, they do not propose to offer premiums for crops produced by extravagant expenditure,-therefore a detailed certified account of the expense of cultivation must be made. 4. The kind and condition of the soil, the quality and kind of seed, and the time and mode of putting it in the ground, should be particularly stated 5. The grain must be either weighed or measured in a legal naif pushel corn to he measured in tne ear an average specimen of not less than twenty bushels, shelled, cleaned, and weighed or measured as above, aud the number of bushels thus estimated to be stated in the affidavit, 6.- These same rules to be observed in awarding for all farm crops. ; FORMS OF. AFFIDAVITS Nemaha County N. T. - A : 'p tieinar Auv nWnrn. unvi he , n j rf- accurately measured the land upon which raisea crop vi -i k3uu. and the quantity of land is acres and no more, Sworn before me this day of 18. . Justice. Nemaha County, N. T. , being duly sworn, says he has raised a crop of ' upon the land measured by -, and that the quantity of gram raised thereon was ' -7-- bushels weighed (or measured in a legal half bushel, as the case may be,) and that the state ments in regard to tho manner of cultivation, &c, are correct to the best of. his knowledge. S worn to before me' this - day of 18-. Justice. 9. Premium! on grass and grain crops shall not bo awarded for leu than one acre, And on root crops for less than one fourth of an acre. The whole quantity produced on the amount of land specified shall be measured or weighed root crop to be estimated by weight -(divested of the tops; sixty pounds to be con-. sidered a Dusaei grain crops measured or wcigoea in accordance with, above rules. The rules in rela tion to other crops and productions to be agreed upon by the Directors of tho society. 10. The Annual Exhibitions of. the Society must be held at some period between the 1st day of Sep tember and the 1st day of November. The premiums on props can be awarded at a later period if thought necessary PREillCMS.'. -. Clan A Etayt Best essay on Tearing Cattle, ' 'Am. TIerd Book " Horses and Mules, w .. 'the culture of . Forest and Ornam. trees, Touatt on the borse Smith Parks and Pleasure -'Grounds u- culture F't trees, C. Downing on F'ts "of tho Vina, Jjongworthonerape The above Essays to be presented by the authors, and appropriate to this particular, locality. Clat B Farm.' Best improved, and most highly cultivat dfarm not less than 40 acres', A.m. Farmer's Encyclopedia Be ft most highly culti vated ursery, Downing fruit lrees Best Hedge of. 40 rods or more. Ohio I armer Best 1 acre of cnltivai'd - Forest Trees, . .Country Gentleman CIjii C Agricultural Implement, Best plow for prairie sod, Ohio Farmer Best two-horse plow. do Best one-horse'plow j' Best Harrow, - - . Best Com Cultivator, Best Uay. Bakes horse, ' North Western Farmer American Agriculturist Vallew Farmer Albany Cultivator Clai D Field Crop: Best F. Wheat, not less than 1 acre County Centlem'n S; u Prairie Farmer . Corn Rye ' Buckwheat .Potatoes, I . S Onions, . Barley, ; u it u at.. ' U M .Ohio Farmer Am. Agriculturist - O. Cultivator do M u- ' u ' a M ff f n M - .Valley Farmer da 1. k Am. Agriculturist . . do io do do . do Tim. Me'dow . Clover "' " ' H,G. 1 C.S. Can. f B'm.Cbp "-, f ' FiaxSeed f MiJlflU " P Cast, Beans WhitA- Mr ft U ' H . O. Cultivator do do do do do Clot Cretin Vegetable Besi Wheal F-. not less than 1 b Am. Agriculturist .WheatB. r Ry(j . ' da ' Oats- M f - ' . CO . BAriey u " .. do ' Corn ' ',. ' do, Buckwheat ' . . dq ' CIotci Seed ? . if : f P ' do " a u it u tl tt . u a -u u ml il ' ti a 12 u. u do ' do do' do do Valley Fanner . . do .do .do Alb. Cultivator do do do " do do do do do " do . do , N. W. Farmer ' do Valley Farmer Ohio Cultivator do Prairie Farmer B. G. Seed I'h Potaloea Sweet do Onions Turnips Table Beets Parsnips Celery Rhubarb -' Cauliflower Cabbage '. Lettuce : Tomatoes Pepper Lima Bcn-ns Bunch do' Field Peru m u . it tt tt u u :' u u a: it tt it u u it ' It . tl it -. a I tl it Garden Peas greatest variety Pumpkins - - Squashes Water Melons Melons of any othor kind Greatest and best varioty gar. -seeds . " 44 hay seeds and vegetables Clat FHamf Butter, Cheese. Best eured Uam . Diploma do do Alb Cultivator do do boiled do Lard Not less than 5 lbs Butter ' dd do . Cheese over one year old do under do do Clan G Honey, Sugar, Can Fruit, dc.-. Best Honey, at least 5 lbs Diploma do do do do do do Tomatoes Preserved in cans cr tars Grapes do Gooseberries do Currants . do Cther Fruits do Plum Butter do - ' do do do do . do in any way ' Tomato do Melon do Pumpkin do Sugar from Chinese cano Molasses do do Wheat Bread Corn do . do do do Country Gentleman Diploma do do Cla H Fruit. Best Apples, summer, fall and winter Barry on fruit Apples, seed ling, good varieties 1 nomas do rears, summer, fall and winter Downing do Peaches Moore do Plums Nectarines. Apricots -Quinces Grapes, native varieties Wine, grape samples Country Gentlemen Prairie Farmer O 1 armer Am. Agriculturist Lonsworth on grape . Diploma Clat I Flower. Best Floral design ! . Diploma Dahlia display do Roses varieties " do Collection irreen house plants do Cut Flowers most tastefy arra'ged in vaso do Best Boquets, do Clan J- Implement. ; Best varietv of Arricultural Implements manufactured by exhibitor u r armer varietv owned in county. Country Gentleman . 7. ... n Set of Garden Tools Prairio Farmer ! Hay Forks 3 in Manure F'ks do Shovels . 3 Spades do Hoes do Rakes, hand do Ox Yokes do Bush Scythes do Mow. do do Hedge Shears do Sheep do do Grain cradles do Timothy Seed" H. G. Seed - number Diploma do do do do do . : do . do. do . do do do do do ' . do do do do do . do . do ' do do . Clat K Drills, Corn riant en, ic, Best Gauge, grain drills Country Gentleman Corn and seed Planters for horse power .' do Reaping Machine Prairie Farmer Mowing do . do Reaper and Mower combines do Class L Machine, etc. Best Thrash. Ma. with Separator Prairie Farmer Horse power for gen'l purposes .0 Cultivator Corn and cob mill do . Corn-sheller for horse power . do ' do do hand do do Fanning. Mill do Straw Cutting Machine do 'Machine for crushingsugarcane Prairie Farmer Class M Vehicle. . Best Wagon for farm Albany Cultivator two-horse Wagon . do one-horse do do. . one or two horse Spring Wagon do do dd . Carriage . . do . do . do Buggy do Sleigh ' . ,. ' .. do Cart do Clan X Conner' Ware, Tin YTare.ete. Best Barrels for flour Diploma do liquors or meati do "Measures for grain do Assorted Wooden Ware . . ' do Measures for liquids . . do Assorted Tin Waro . do Cjookipg Stoves . do Parlor do . . do Office do ' . ' do Class O Saddler and Shoema&crt Product. Best Harness for plow. Diploma do wagon nndfarm ..do do carriage . do . Saddlo for Gents.: do. do Ladies ' " do . Bridles, Halters, Ac d Fine Gents. Boots ' " do Coarse do do . do Gents, slippers . do . Ladies do . do . Gaitqrs, Boots,- for Ladies ' . do . Cla P Needle Trrlyere. Best Ornamental Needle work by machine Diploma do do. do band do . . .do dn do girl under 13 do Needle work, Plain do Specimens of ass'ted fancy needle work' do ' Quilts . .do . Counterpanes ' "do" Woolen Stockings, a.paif . dodo- do do by girl under 10 do " do' d i ;do" fancy for chil'n do PantV manufactured in county - do Vest 'do do do-' - Coat .. do do . do Clat Q Miscellaneous. Best Wind Mill Albany. Cultivator do do do Diploma do - do - do do do do . do do . . do drj do ' do do do Pumps for farm hso ' . Gates Doors Shutters . --Sah for window ' Window fastenings Gate ' ' '. Horse. Shoes ' . " Horse Shoe Nails Shovel trad Tonguo . . " Log Chains'." " Traeo Chains- .. ; Lightnin? Rods- Dressed Stone . Sam 1 -s of Brick "Shingles Floor Plank ........ Weather Boarding Collection of native Woods Specimen's of Bitu. Coal foand in co .Gun made in county do owned do Clat RStcine. do do ' do do Best Boars, over one year old Conntry Gen tleman do nnder do do Snw over do Prairie Farmer do under 'do ' O Cultivator Figs, a litter not less than f our from one sow nnd not over ' six months old P Farmer Clat S Sheep. Best Buck, 2 years old and over ' O Cultivator Buck, 1 year old and under 2 ddj Ewes, 2 years old and over , Prairie Farmer Lwes, I year old and under 3 do Fat Sheep O Cultivator . Clas T Poultry. ? Best Cock and 2 liens of any dis. breed Diploma Geese, male and female do Ducks, do do . . do " Turkeys do do ' do Pair of Chickens of any breed or age do Lot of Poultry . . Prairie Farmer Class UUorte for Dmft. Best Stallion 1 years old and over ' O Fanner do 3 years old and under 4 Country uen n do 2 do do 3 Prairie Fanner do 1 do do 2 do Gelding, 3, years old and ovrf ; O Cultivator Mare, 4 years old and over Country Gentleman ; do 3 years old and under four O Cultivator do 2 years old and ur-der 3 do do 1 year old and under 2 do Colt under 1 year Country Gentlaman Clat V Matched Horse. Best Match Horses for draft Ohio Farmer do Country Gentleman Match Horses forcarringo Saddle Horse of any age saddle horse reared and trained in this coun'y Cla WI!oadter. do Best Stallion over four years O Farmer O Cultivator Prairie Farmer do Country Gentleman Million under four years Mare over four years Mure under four years Gelding over four years Gelding under four years Am. Agriculturist To bo exhibited singly m harness. Clat XJach and Jennet. Best Jack 3 years old and over Country Gentleman Jack under three years i alley r armer Jennet three old and over do Jennet under 3 years do pair Mules, for farm or draft 0 Farmer pair for carriage O C ultivator horse or mare 3 years old and over Prairie Farm, horse or mare 2 years old and under 3 do horse or mare 1 year old and under 2 do horse or mare under 1 year do borso or mare for saddle do horse or mare for buggy do CUs X Cattle, Thorough Bred of all hind. Best Bull 4 years old and over Country Gentleman do 3 years old and under 4 u r armor Prairie Farmer do , do 2 years old and under 3 do 1 year old and under 2 Cow over 4 years Cow under 4 years Heifer 2 years old and under 3 O Farmer do do Heifer 1 y'r old and under 2 Country Gentleman Calf under 1 year do Class Z Cattle Native and Crotses of all kind Best Bull 4 years old and over Country Gentleman do 3 years old and under 4 . 0 Cultivator do 2 years old and under 3 do do 1 year old and under 2 Valley Farmer Cow over 4 years old ' Am. Agriculturist Cow under 4 year Valley Farmer Heifer 2 years old and under 3 O Cultivator Heifer 1 year old and undor 2 N W Farmer Calf under I year. Valley Farmer Clot AAFat . Cattle. Best Bullock over 3 year old Valley Farmer do over 2 years old . N W I armer ' Clan BBOxen Best ono yoke . Country Gentleman two yokes owned by 1 person O Cultivator three do do - Valley Farmer Clan CC-Riding Match. Tta.t T.fiv Frmeatr'nn Godev's Ladv's Book Second best Lady Equestrian Lady's Repository The Conntry Gentleman is a weekly piper of 16 pages, published at Albany, New York. The Prairie Farmer is same size and published as above at Chicago, 111. The Ohio Farmer is double medium v eeKiy,puo- lished at Cleveland, O. The American Agriculturist is published mommy at New York City. Th Ohio Cultivator is a semi-monthly ol i p., published at Columbus, O. The Albany Cultivator is a monthly of 15 pages published at Albany, N. Y. The Valley Farmer is a monthly of 32 pages pub lished at St. Louis, Mo. The N. W. Farmer is a monthly of 32 pages pub lished at Dubuque, Iowa. First and Second rremiums are in an cases awara- ed when there is competition. All second 1 reuuums are Diplomas. The Board have adopted the system oi awaraing cash Premiums ; but in all cases Agricultural Works, Periodicals and Diplomas. Believing this plan best calculated to create and foster a proper agricultural spirit, it is hoped it will meet with the hearty approval of tne formers ana juecuanics oi Nemaha County. The Committees will be appointed and published, in time before the Fair to notify members thereof. Agricultural Fcnodical9 awarded as Premiums will be furnished oner year commencing Jan. Ist,1860. Address will be delivered on the last day by seve ral competent gentlemen, after which the premiums will be announced. MiscellaneuoSa Deeds Deeds are createa than words. Deeds have such a life, inut3, but undeniable, and grow as living trees, audjfruit trees dq ; they people the vacuity of Timo, and make it green an I worthy. Why should pyove logically that it should grow ,and will grow ? Plant it, try it ; what gifts of diligence, iudicious assimilation and se- cretton it has, of progress an resistance . a of force lo grow, will tnen declare tnem- selves. Acquaintance If an acquaintance pursues some unfor tunate course in spite of our dissuasion we often feel more gratified lo the confirma tion of our evil auguries than hurt by the misfortune of our friend; for that man must be a sturdp morallist who does not love his own judgment better than the interest of his neighb.rs. Flowers. , How the universal heart of man blesses flowers I, They are wreathed around the cradle, the marriage altar and the tomb. a an 'a m V . W W Tne rersian, in the iar .Last aeiights in their perfume, and writes his love in nose gays, while the Indian child in the West claps his hands with glee, as he gathers the abundant blossoms, the illuminated Scriptures of the prairies. The Cupid of a. V- the ancient Hindoos tipped his arrows with flowers; and orange flowers are a bridal crown with us, a nation of yesterday. Flowers should deck the brow of the youth ful bride, for they are in themselves a lovely type of marriage. They should twine around the tomb, for their perpetu al renowned beauty is a symbol of the res urrection. They should festoon the altar for their fragrance and their beauty as cend in perpetual worship before the Most High. Little firnrps. Sacred places for pure thoughts and holy meditations, are the little graves ia the churchyard, says a tfriter. They, are the depositories of the mother's sweet-' est joy, half unfolded buds of innocence, humanity nipped by the first frost of timei ere yet a canker worm of corruption has nestled among its embryo petals. Callous ; . indeed, must be the heart of him who can' stand by a litil s grave side a nd not . havo. the holiest emotions of the soul awakened, to thoughts of that purity and joy which belongs alone to God ar.d Heaven-for tho raute preacher at his feet tells cf life br-;?urv an enaed withcCt stain; and sufy ;i this, be vouchsafed tomortality, howrnuchpur-, er and holier must be the spiritual ianiL enlightened by the sun of infinite goodness whence emanated the soul of that brief sojourner among us ? How .swells the ' heart of the parent with mournful joy whi; . standing by the earth-bed ef lost little, ones ? Mournlul because a sweet treasure' has been taken away joyful, because that precious jewel glitters in the diadenV of God. . -.' -. ; . il The PhilosopIiy.orCiinnilns. c The cream of milk is iri form of .minuts globules, the oilv butter matter beinc coy- ered with a thick coating of casein some- tmng like tne yolk of egg. - The object of churning is to break these globules, which is done partly by the increased tempera a. J 1 1 - -V iure, anu paruy Dy me agitation, uunng trio nnrrtinr rif ihnminrf ti V f va- jferally rises from five to ten degrees. . Id cold weather it is sometimes necessary to raise the temperature of thecroam by pour ins in hot water, orbv some other means. and those who have had much experenca in churning know from weary experience mat it is impossible to make butter 'como with cold cream. The atritation is 'nec- cessary, but the heat is indispensible t break the globules of cream and form: butter. . V here the cream i3 raised . bv. placing milk over the fire, the globules' are broken by the heat, alone, ' and' tho butter is formed without much churnng., It can be finished or gathered in a few minutes into a' wooden bowl, with a ladle or in a churn. Butter thus made.is much relished by many for the presentuse, though apt to have an ' oiiy taste. It is not made in- this wayt : in quantities ' or for preservation, in lids country that , we. nave learned.. . . j, Sir,' said a rather wild gentleman to. an acquaintance of ours, 'my wife had a ' fine boy two nights ago, but unfortunate-' . .- ly he died immediately after his birth.- 41 don t wonder said our jovial friend; 'that when he came into the . world and ' saw who his father was, he immediately went out of it. ' ' : A lady was taken by surprise in Missis- sippi the other day. At least we judge so . from the fact that John A. Surprise was" married to Sallie A. Stock: They will probably have little "Surprises" occasion ally to keep up the "Stock". , . A story writer says: Florabei clasped " her wide white brow with her two hands as if to still the thunder of thought boom- mg through her brain." How her head . must ached with such a noise in it ! Flo rabel must be the young lady whose eyes-' emit Iijmteninrr flashes. Women are fond of telling us that they hate handsome men, but you may be sure that it is to ugly men that they say so. , Wo often speak of being settled in life; we may as well thinlc ofcasting anchor in the midst Atlantic Ocean, or talk of the permanent situation of a stone that is rolling down hill. : : ( . Grant Thorburn attributes his cheer ful old age to the fact that he never eat3 enough, and thousands of his couctrymeu are wearing out their bodies, not so much by excess of business or the multiplicity of cares, as by the overwork they crowd upon them in digesting surplus nnd , un necessary food. . 1 Mister James Hogg was married to Miss Ella Beane, lately. What can be more natural than the union of pork and bean.? But this union seems all one sid ed only one bean to a whole hog- - Mr. Morphy has just achieved another great chess triumph in Paris. His antag- , onist was the President of the London Chess Club, and the result was, seven games for Morphy, one drawn, and none for his opponent. It is said he will not. visit Berlin. ' Sambo bought a patriarchal turkey.'I took him home1 says ' he, my wife bile him free horrs and den him crowf 'My wife den pop him intoderwid sir ponnds o( taters, and he kick erH allout ; he rnus 'a bin as old as dat ar Kerfooslate. : , - Time is a good and faithful friend, bet a most revengeful and remefseful enemy. Like a deep feeling and. lore :desireing human heart, it treasures ud a greatful memory of kindness and good service; arid . is sure, sooner later, tomake payment Vith t e addition of compound interest. But for evry instance of neglect, or abuse it takes certain and tarrible vengeance; and none who incur its anger can escape its punish ment; for like death, time is inexorable. An Indian has been discoqered in Cal ifornia five feet high and weighing only sixteen pounds, being a mere skeleton, but in good health an4 lively. . This is sup qosed to the. veritable, "Lo, the poor Ihii- an. ... i r (.