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-JMILLE, AUG. 11,
for oo yW- lJje eil(, of fi monU,g S,60
" ' ' " " "12 " . ,00
" k- f It or more will be rurjnsbed at $1,60 per
C crowded the n accompanies the order, not
tr The "Nebraska Adrertiser w Jiaving
. cb the largsst 'circulation of any paper in
Ju Territorr. Wholesale Merchants in St.
--8-ii Et.' Joseph, Cincinnati and other East
"arketa where Nebraska merchants pur
&e. will 00 better advertiaing medium
j the Western country-C
Jill's New Store Room. .
' JJy "invitation of Mr. Tiieodohe Hill,
tt touk a strull through his extensive and
irwly fitted up store room, the. other day.
Ie Us jasl een 4,opening out" his new
xfc receivcd'a short time ago. He hai
xtt udt-dhis tale's room, which is now 22
vv.Ofctt! The largest store room we
r,ckon in Nelrahka. To look at the im
iv.(; display, we .vould tHink a custom
er fo'.ild gti almost anything he or she
-irhtrall for, from a "needle to an an
chor;1' a fiv cent juvenile bandana to a
f:v tii Har Brothel? fcliali; six cent calico
v sJLs as high pricoJ as you desire, or
T ,,i:r parse allow ; sardines to the genui-n?-cinl
fih," and"sich like." Theodore,
Jacob and Robert are -'thar," and "no
7,Rible to show you our stock.
Hwo. Geo. L. Miller, of Omaha, and
lion: II. P. Kanki, of 13ellevue, were
I. ,h in our city the past week. They are
ciU'liJatcs for Delegate to Congress, and
ire around evincing their everlasting de
Tctio.3 to the interests of the "dear peo-
j Around on the levee, you will , find a
tiock 'of nice goods of all kinds, and at
pees none can complain of. Go and see
f ir yourselves.
m m "
Is the name of a new Post Office re-f-ntly
established in the western portion
cf . this county; We are glad of this.
There is -a highly improved and rapidly
advancing settlement surrounding Wor
jalltan, and they have long needed Post
OiTice accommodations.' Heretofore they
fcave been compelled to travel either to
Brovrnvillc, or Nebraska City to receive
erfend mail matter. Dr. Horatio Wor
ll has been-appointed Postmaster.
Tie Doctor is brim full of energy, and is
determined matters shall move right
along' out in his region. Success to the
Doctor, and Worralliou.
; And his clerks, just over the way from
cur office, are driving things. The new
ttk "goes ofT like ."hot cakes." If you
would secure bargains, go soon.
To Mr. Carson of the U. S. Express,
Mr. Stricklcr, Steamboat Agent, Mr.
Salisbury, clerk of the St. Mary, and Mr.
Brent, of the Wm. Campbell, we are un
der renewed obligations for favors.
The Voice or Masonry, Lo'svlllc, Ky.
.This excellent journal makes its ap
pearance in a new dress, much enlarged,
its capacity nearly doubled, and its edito
rial corps strengthened. It is now. one of
the handsomest sheets in the country.
In the number before us appears a
communication from Mr. Cooke, the cor
resrondincr editor, who has commenced a
:our through Europe and Asia, in pursuit
of Masonic intelligence. The article is
; The Voice of Masonry is certainly the
perfection of journalizing in that depart
ment, and no one can hesitate to stamp
it a vigorous, sound and reliable exhibit
the affairs of the Craft. Price only
one dollar per. annum. Address, Rob.
.Morris, Louisville, Ky.
Bellerue, Larimer, and St. Mary,
Their history , location, description and
advantages; by C. Chaccer Goss.
The above is the title of a neat little
Fphlet of 4S pages, for which we are
; indebted to the author. It is creditable
; l the pen cf the author, the locality from
i which it hails.'and its typographical exe
The Atlantic Monthly,
? For August, is' on our table. Contents:
I The Dramatic Element in the Bible;
; The Ring Fetter ; The End of All ; Birds
1 of the Nigh ; A Trip to Cuba ; Daniel
Gray; The Minister's Wooincr : Roba di
; Roma; Encelados; The Zouaves ; My
r . . . -
"aim; The Professor at-the JlreakTast
; Table ; The Italian War.
Sickles, says an exchange, has taken a
house in Washington, for the next season,
I Rs it he intended to retain his seat in the
i House, and his former position in society.
; Soon after the murder of her lord, Sirs.
. sickles said she was tired of Washington
; society, having seen enough of it, and
.wished to retire : but now, having been
!-uuy restored. - her. reappearance in
' ''aUunfTlon will rrpatft nuitp a ftnntinn:
; t'Ut gentlemen, in view of her confes-
sions, will be very careful of their atten-
Ve were . agreeably surprised, th
doming, by the appearance in our office
im vomrorts, tne eider of which is
the firm of Comfort' & Tice, he bear
,nS his arms a hure water-melon.
cou!d not at present impartially decide
tiicn is the best his water-melons ox cak
Al prtsent the melon is a little ahead.
Jndge3IHicr Returned. :
. Judge Miller returned on the steam
au 'lary. He is now at his post at
xDraska city. He has been detained
by severe illness in his family. '
Once a Week, '
. Is the . title of a new London literary
weekly placed upon our table by Jonx H.
Matin, Esq. At Mr. M.'s Depot, Post
Offlce building, can be found almost any
thing in the periodical line. Call on him.
The Vermont Patriot, the State organ
of the Democracy, in referring to the
charge that it misrepresents the political
sympathies of the Democracy of that Slate
in saying that their first choice for Presi
dent is Douglas, remarks:
It is no use cheating all the time. The
Democracy of Vermont, at the late elec
tion, polled 13,338 votes; of these, grant
ing this the entire vote of the party in the
State, it is safe to say that 13,000 are
ST. JOSEPH, MO. - -
WILLIAM CAMERON. A. M., Principal.
Completely organized as a Orht clans Female Boarding
ami Day School. Number limited to 125, including 2b
boarder. Scholastic rear commencing flrKt Monday In
September. For Catalogue, with full particulars, ad-
aress me rriucipai.
AugUbt 4th, 1559. v4n4tf
Code of Ordinances
Passed ly the Board of Trustees for the
iown oj reru, jemana cownry, jv. l:,
at their regular meeting held August 2d,
Ordinance No. 3.
Sec. I. Dt it ordaiwd by the Hoard of Trurtrtii
for the Toicnof Peru, Nemaha County, N. a fol
iate : There- uhall be a town clerk, appointed br
tho board of trustees, whope duty it shall be to keep
true minutes of all the doings of raid board at all
their meeting!, to see that all ordinances are publish
ed in some newspaper published within S'cmaha
County, and preserve all proper evidences of such
publication, and perform all other duties pertaining
to such odic.
Sec. 2. There shall also be appoind an assessor,
whose duty it shall be to take a I it of all tho taxable
property, both real and personal in the town, and at
tach thereto the true value thereof ; such Ii.it and
assessment to be made annually and Lied with the
clerk of the board on or before the first day of Sep
Sec. 3-. There shall bo a treasurer appointed.
whose duty it shall be to receive and safely keep all
the moneys belonging to the town, and pay all orders
drawn on him by the board, signed by the chairman
and attested by the clerk of the board, and before
entering upon the duties of his ofTiee bechnll make
and execute to the board such bond as may be requi
red and approved by the board, conditioned that he
will faithfully discharge nil the duties of treasurer
according to law, and shall, at any tiiao when re
quired by the board, report the amount of money in
tho treasury, with all other matters pertaining to
Sec. 4. There shall also be appointed by the board
a Street Commis.sioner. whose duty it shalj be to keep
open, repair and otherwise improve the streets and
alleysof tho t iwn, and seo that the citizens and lot
holders pcrjorra all the work required of them by
ordinance, and perform all other duties required of
him pertaining fo his office.
See. 5. 1 here shall also bo appointed a town con
stable, whose duty it shall be to collect all moneys
due the town by assessment of taxes, fines or for
feitures, or in any other manner from any person or
persons whomsoever, and pay tho sane over to the
treasurer, taking his receipt for the same, and jxt
form all other duties pertaining to his office, and.
beforocnteringupon the duties of his office,' he shall
make and execute to the board such bond and se
curity as the board may require and approve, condi
tioned that he will faithfully discharge all tho du
ties required of him, and that he will faithfully ob
serve all ordinances or orders of the board which may
impose dutie or require bis services.
Sec. 6. 1 hat there shall bo no order drawn on
tho treasurer unless ordered by the board, which
order and direction shall bo entered and appear on
the minutes of the meeting ordering tho same. The
said orders shall b signed by the chairman of tho
board, and counters'gifd by tho clerk, and made
payable to the person m whose favor it is drawn. All
ordersshall be numbered respectively as issued and
datod on the same day, and shall be paid by the
treasurer in the order of their number ami date, un
less otherwise ordered by the board. The Treasurer
shall, when any order is presented to him for pay
ment and not paid, endorse on the buck of such order
stating that the within bna been presented, nnd date
and sign tho same, which endorsement shall entitle
the holder to ten per cent, per annum on the amount
the order calls for, from tho dato cf Euch endorse
ment. rROVlPING For wokk on streets.
Sec. 7. That all able bodied male inhabitants of
the town, over the ngo of eighteen and under the
age of fifty years, shall work at least two days In
each year on the streets of the town, under tho su
pervision of the Street Commission'T, at such work
as said commissioner shall designate, or pay for each
day so failing to work the sum of one dollarand fif
ty cents, provided that the said commissioner shall
give six daya previous notice, either by sen- in a
written noti-e or by advertising the same by posting
up at least four advertisements in tho most public
places in the town, said notice todesisrnate the place
where said work is to be done, the kind of tools or
implements to be used, and the hour of the day in
which said work is to be commenced: t he clerk shall
furnish the commissioner with a listof all hands sub
ject to work on said streets. All persons who shall
be legally notified oi above, and shall fail to work
on said streets, either by himself or by a lejjal sub
stitute, shall bo returned to the board a delinquent,
and if he fails to pay to the collector when called no
on to do eo the sum of one dollar and fifty cents, the
same may be collected by suit before any justice of
the peace in this county, the same as any other debt
together with costs of such suit. The street com
missioner shall every six months make and exhibit to
tho board a full statement in writing of all his pro
ceedings, netting forth the amount of money received
and paid out for work, the number of days' work
done under his supervision, the number of delin
quents and the amount of money collected from tho
same, together with all other matters pertaining to
Sec. 8. That the tax of this town shall not be
more than five mills on the dollar per annum, un
less the board is antboriied, by at least two-thirds
of all the tax-payers in tho town requiringthem, to
levy a higher rate of tax.
It. PEERY, President.
P. C. Richards, Secretary.
Ordinance No. 2.
Sec. 1. Be it Ordaiwd by the Hoard of Trtttteri
for the Totcn of Pern, Xemtihn county, T., as fol
lows : That it shall not be lawful for any person or
persons to sell or dispose of in any way, manner, or
by any wiutenuge, any spirituous, vinous rr man
liquors, or any other intoxicating beverage, within
the incorporate limits of said town, unless he or they
ahall first have procured a license from the board of
tmstees for sail town authorizing him or them to
sell the same.
See. 2, That it shall not bo lawful for any person
or persons to establish or keep any bowling or billiard
saloon or ball alley within this town without first
having procured license to pen or keep thesame.
Sec. 3. That any person cr persons violating eith
er of the foregoing sections of this ordinance, hall,
upon conviction thereof before any justice or the
peace within the county of Nemaha, be fined any
sum not legs than ten dollars nor more than one hun
R. PEERY, President.
P. C. RiCHAKDS, Secretary.
. Ordinance No. 3.
See. 7. Be it ordained by the Board of Tntntee
for the Town of Perv, Xemaha County. X. T. That
any person or persons wishing to open any drinking
billiard, howling saloon, or ball alley, within th in
corporation limits of this town, shall make applica
tion by a petition of at least a majority of all the
citizens of paid town to the board of trustees, or to
any one of the town officers who may be l?a11v ap
pointed by said board toerinfc the same, for a licen
se to open suh saloon or ball alley, and shall, before
any suf-.h licene shall be pranted. file a bond, and
pay to the treasurer of said board, or other officer
granting said license snch sum a, shall be required
by ordinance, to be receipted by said treasurer, and
a license may, . at the di.vretioa of said board, be
granted for any term not leas than six nor more than
twelve months, and for any som not les than fifty
iollars nor wore than five hnndred fToTlarn.
R. PEERY, President.
Iodine and Snrsapurllla
Will cere all diseases arising from an impure state of
the sloop, or a depraved condition of the fluids of the
system, vix : cancers, swelling of IhegTands, iLeutnat-
iszn, wtite swellings, chronic tore eyes, piles, ooils.
erysipelas, goitres, paing In the bones and Joints, nl
cers in Hut mouth and throat, and a!', chronic contltu
lion al diseases. Tfcla medicine searches oBt tte very
roots of the disease by purifying the blooo, and changing
the secretions in the system, thus removing the ca;iso.
which renders the cure certain and permanent.
Dr. Eatterly'e Iodine and Sargapariila will cure the
vortt mercurial dtieatt, and drive oat and destroy ev
ery particle of merenry which is In the ny item, and cure
its bad effects,- ,. -
It will cure tecondary typhili or ventral diteate,
and will drive the ejitkilitie tints and all hereditary
taints and pohouout matter out of the system through
the pores' of the ikin, aud restore the patient lb a per
fect state of health and purity. It U a positive care
for liver complaint and dyspepsia, if used a proper
length of time. I challenge the world to produce its
equal in these complaints. The afflicted will bear in
mind that Dr. Katterly't Iodine and Sarsaparilla will
cure all nervous disea-scH, female comploiuts, dropt-y,
graveo, diseases of the kidney's, Madder, aud urinary
organs, la a fw days.
It wi.l remove pimples and blotches from ihe face,
and make the skin clear, white and beautiful as ala
baster. It does this by porifyingthe Hood, and by its
prompt action on the liver, kidneys, and bccietory or
gans, producing vigorous health.
Persons who have long been afflicied with scrofula, old
sores, letter, ringworm, acald head, blotches, eruptiuiis
of the tkin, and all cutaneous diseases, are advised to
procure Gridlev's Salt Khoum and Tetter Ointment to
apply cn the sores aDd diseased parts, when using Dr.
Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla. The Iodine and
Sarsaparilla purines the blood, and causes the sores to
discharce their putrid matter, and the ointment heals
them, vrnen both are used (which I always recommend)
a permanent and rad cal cure is always effected. They
are the best and most powerful curatives knowu to man.
A fair trial is all I ask I do not fear the result.
Price of the Iodine and Sarsaparilla, $1 per bottle, or
6 hot ties for 5. Gridlcy's Salt Kheuni Ointment 75
cents per bottle. Both are prepared by Dr. Easterly,
corner t f Third anp Chestnut streets, St. Louis, Mo.,
sole proprietor, to whom all orders ruujt be addresed.
33old by J. II. MAUX & CO., Druggists, Brown
ille, N. T-, and by Druggists generally.
tiTDr. Carter's Cough Balsam
will cure Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption, Bron
chitis, Spitting of Blood, Pain in the Side and Breast,
Pleurisy, AV'hooplng Cough, Croup, Liver Complaint,
Palpitation of the Heart, and all discasesof the Throat,
Chct-t, and Lungs. Xo one bhould negloct a Cough or
Cold a single day. Millions die annually by neglecting
a Commos Cold. . Coughs and Colds lead to consump
tion, and then to an early death. Reader, have you a
a cough, cold, or any disease of the lungs? Procure at
once that celebrated remedy, Da. Carter's Cough
Balsam, which never fails to relieves cough in twenty-four
hours, and always cures the WORST CASES Of
aolds, coughs, ansall diseases of the throat and lungs in
a few days. Price Trial bottles, 25 cents; large bot
tles, $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
JTj-DR. EASTERLY, corner Third and Chestnut Strs,
St. Louis, Mo., sole proprietor, te whom all orders must
be addressed to get the genuine. Sold by
J. II. MAUX & Co., Agents,
Brownville, N. T.
jFever and Ague Killer Win
cure ague and fever, chilis and fever, dumb ague, inter
mittent and remittent fevers, and all the various forms
of fevers incident to bilious climates. If there is a
man, woman or cnid suffering with ague andj '.ver,
they arc advised to procure Dr. Easterly's Fever and
Ague Killer, It is a positive cure speedy and perma
nent. Try it.
Plicc $lpcr bottle, or 6 hot. les for $5.
Dr. Easterly, corner of Third and Chestnut streets
St Louis, sole proprietor, to whom all orders must be
aJdressop to get the genuine.
Sold by J. n. MAUX &. CO, Agents, Brownville.
ETDr. Baker-s Specific will cure
gonorrhea, gleet, stricture, seminal weakness, chordce,
discasesof the kidneys, bladder, and all diseases of the
genital organs. Reader, have you a private disease 1
Do not neglect it. Delay is dangerous. Dr. Baker's
Specific is a safe, speedy, and radical enre. With Dr.
Baker's Specific you can cure yourself, and prevent
exposure, as plain directions for use accompany the
medicine. Price $1 60 pcrbottle.
t3Dr. EASTERLY, corner Third and Chestnut strcts
St Louis, Missouri, sole proprietor, to whom all orders
must be addre6sod, to get the genuine. Sold by
J. II. MAUX & CO., Druggists,
Brownville, N. T.
Advice. As the hot season is approaching, every
person fchould prepare their system for the change, and
there is no remedy so applicable as ' 'McLean's Strength
ening Cordial and Blood Purifier." It will purify the
blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen and
invigorate tha whole organization. The immense quan
tity of it that is sold daily, is proof enough of its great
virtues in thoroughly removing all .the impure matter
from the blood. V'c say to all, try it! It is delicious
to take. See the advertisement in another column.
TwoBay Mares in Charge
UN Monday the 27th of June, 1S59, two men
ptwisinz by the names of James Hamilton and Wm.
Johnson, stopped at the Hrownville House in Brown
ville, N. T. having with them two large dark bay
marcs. On the 20th the men left Brownville leaving
the nnimala at the City Livery Stable. They stated
before leaving that they had taken up the horses on
Salt Creek between tho two Blues, thinking them to
be estrays. The mares are yet at the City Livery
Stable in Brownville, where the owners can get them
by calling proving property and paying all charges
connected with thc;r keeping ; unless called for
within sixty days from this date, they will be held
at auction to the highest bidder.
It. T. P.AXEV.
$25 SEWING MACHINE.
RAYMOND'S LATEST IMPROVED
Double-Threaded Sewing Machine,
Warranted the best in Hie World.
Will stitch and hem, tuck and fell, garher and em
broider with perfection, and will sew every kimi of
goi-ds, even leather, and especially adapted for family
Any person of ordinary intelligence can learn in one
hour to use It successfully.
We have a great number of references, bnt will give
only the names of a few, who are among the first fam
ilies, to wit :
We, the undersigned citizens of St. Lor Is, having la
tely purchased one of Raymond's Latest Improved Pa
tent Sewing Machines, and use it successfully on differ
ent kinds of work, in our families service, docheerful
lv recommend it to all persons as a Family Machine :
"Mrs. P AMeffett Mrs J Jewett Wilcox
3 Clemern Jose C ffran
Jas A II Lampton L Mary Llvermore
D BGale RRWhorf
M BTcnnison MR Williams
J A Hale 1R Arbackle
E Tillman II M Blossom
E J Stevens
Machines without tables, as band Machines, with one
noedleand two spools of thread on the machine, are $26
With tables, half dozen extra needles, tools, &.c, $33.
Xcodle $1 per dozen.
Complete printed directions will be sent with every
machine. These machines take the same stitch as the
Grover and Baker.
Xo letters of inquiry answered except an extra post
ape stamp is enclosed.
Machines warranted, and may be returned in thirty
days if not satisfactory.
Xo machines delivered until paid for.
All orders ty mail or express, with tho cash, will re
ceive prompt attention.
X. B. Agents wanted for every town in the South
and west, to whom a liberal discount will be given.
Address EDWIX CLARK, Xo. 82Xorth Fourth street
St. Louis, Mo. n40-3ui
To Lot Holders in Glen Hock, N. T.
Lot holders in Glen llock, Nemaha county, N. T..
are hereby notified that unless they come forward
within si x months from this date and pay up their
respective proportions of entrance tioney and all
expenses attending the entry of said town site, lots
uncalled for at the expiration of said eix month
will bo sold to the highest bidder, for tho benefit of
said town, os provided for in an act entitled "an act
regulating the disposal of lands purchased in trust
for town sites," passed July 10th, 1857.
It. J. WU1TSEY, Probate Judge.
Jnno 30th' 1659. nl-4t
For Casli vnci on Timo
We arc prepared to loan L-nd Warrants of all sites to
settlers n such time as they may desire long or &hort
at the usual rates.
A constant supply of Warrants will 1 kept on band
for sale as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere iu
Buy of regular dealers and beware of bogus warrants.
All warrants sold by us will be guaranteed to be
genuine in every respect and will be exchanged if de
fective. Being permanently located ia Brownville. we canal
ways be found at the old stand a few do rs east of the
LTTSHBAUGfl k. CAB.?OST,
' . Bankers, a&d PeaJerc in Laud Wirrautt.
Of the Eeceipts and Expenditures of Xemaha County,
Xebraska Territory, from the 1st day of July, A. D.
1S07 to the 1st Cay of July, A D 1369. .
I ,- - XXPIHIITVaEI. -: , -; l
June term of the District Court, 1857 $310 70
Xov ember term do do do 33a 15
June term do do 1853 374 23
X-jvetuber term do do do 142 43
April term do da . IS6 436 7
County Court Including Coun:y der's fees foS 73
Expenses of holding Coroner's Inquests 214 61
Printing for the county M 04
County and Territorial Beads 414 96
Sheriff's fee 6C8 2
Iluuse rent, for use of connnty purposes 124 60
Fees allowed Justices in Criminal cases 130 73
Fees of the Countv Treasurer 174 40
Expenses of August election 1S67 66 70
do do do 18.'S 63 83
do do do 1639 special 13 60
Stationery and Blank Books ' 174 9
Fees of Probate Judge 117 00
Support of paupers 449 25
Guarding t nd keeping George Henderson (a Xe-
gro, charged with murder. 712 83
Constable's fees iu guarding other persons and
all other expenses nut heretofore enumerated 613 69
Deficit July Is 1S37 256 90
Amount of Taxes collected in the yeais 1657
and 1853 $5 620 S7
Amount of Taxes collected in the year 1859 3,0-20 IS
Delinquent Tx list for 1857 and 1S53 270 68
Delinquent Tax list for 1556 and 1S59 614 69
Total. $,523 42
Which deducted from the amount of expen
ditures leaves the amount of iudebtedaea
at thi date July 1st 1S57 $112 01
Territory of Nebraska. County of Nemaha.
I. Erastus E. Parker, County Clerk or Xemaha Coun
ty, Xebraik Territory, no hereby certify that the fore
going u a true statement of the financial cm-liti.jn of
said county at this daiei- as witness my
hand and the impress of the seal of said
county, at my offlce in Browuville, this
8lh day of July A. D. 1853.
E E. PARKER, County Clerk.
Brownville, July 14. 1850.
Tlie Complete Ball-Room Hand
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SchottUhe, GaKopade, Common and Polka Redowa,
Quadrille or Cotillions, Varsovicnne, Gorlitza,
Madrillianne, Elclezka. Espagnolo, two, three and
Ave step Waltzes, &.c, &.c. Also, common Waltzes
and Polka Contra Dances ; May day, Christmas aud
Xew Year's Dance3. With elegant Illustrations,
and full explanations, and every variety of the
latest and tuost approved figures, and calls for the
different changes, and Rules on Deportment and the
Etiquette of Dancing. Price 37 cents. Sent free of
postage on receipt of the price.
A XEW EDIT10X, edition embracing all the most mod
ern modes of play, and the roles practiced at the
present time iu Chess, Billiards, WbUt, Draughts,
and all other popular games, with sixteen games
adapted to the new Yankee Xotlons cards. Edited
by T. FRERK. Price in paper covers, oOcts, neatly
bound in cloth 75oU. Sent free or postage on receipt
of the price.
Frcrc's Cliees Hand-Book.
COXTAIXIXG elementary instruction, the Laws of
Chess, flfty select game by the first p!yers, ending
of games, and the defeat of "the Muzio Gambit."
Also, thirty-one of the choicest problems. By Thos.
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Actv Chess Book!
MORPIIY'S GAMES OF CHESS, and Frere's Prob
lem Tournament, containing all of Morphy's most
interesting games of Chess, played iu Europe and
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on receipt of the price. A liberal discount to the
T. VT. STBONG, Publisher,
S3 Xafsau st., Xew York.
July, 14, 1859.
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dowment. for tne reliej oj tlie sick and distressed,
ajlicted with Virulent and Epedemic Disease.
THE Howard Association, in view of the awful distruc-
tionof human life caused Ly Sexual diseaes, and the
deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims of such
disease by Quacks, several years ago directed their Con
sulting Surgeon, as a charitable act worthy of their
name, to open a dispensary for the treatment of this
class of diseases, in all their forms, and to give Medical
Advice Gratis to all who apply by letter, wilh adesenp
tion of their condition (age, occupation, habits of life,
&.c ) and in case of extreme poverty, to furnish medicines
free of charge. It is needless to add that the Associa
tion commands thehighest Medical skill of the age, and
will furnish the most approved modern treatment.
The Directors of the Association, in their Annual Ite
nual Report upon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, ex
prcb the highest satisfaction with the success which has
attended the labors of their Surgeons in the euro of Sper
matorrhoea; Seminal Weakness; Gonorrhoea; Gleet;
Syphilis ; the vice of Onanism or self-abuse, disease of
ihe Kidneys and Bladder, &.c, and order a continuance
of the same plan fur the ensuing year.
The Directors, on a review of the past, feel assured
that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort have
been of great benefit to the afllinted, especially to the
young, and they have resolved to devote themselves,
with renewed zeal, to this very important and much de
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or beminai
Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation or self-
abute and other discasesof the Sexual organs, by the
Consulting Snrecn, will be sent by mail (in a sealed
envclo: e) FREE OF CHARGE on the receipt of TWO
STAMSf r postage. Other report and Tracts on tho
nature aud treatment of Sexual diseases, diet, &.c, are
constantly being published for gratuitous distributicn,
and will bescnt to the afflicted. Some of the new re
medies and methods of ireatmuets discovered during tho
last year are of great value.
Address for Report or treatment, DR. J. SKILLTX
IIOUGIITOX, Acting Surgecn, Howard Association, Xo.
2, South Xinth Street. Philadelphia.
By order of the Directors,
EZRA D. n ART WELL, President.
Eo. Faikcjiild, Secretary.
July 14. 185S-ly
1). h. m'laugiilin
CIIAS. DORSE V
Mclaughlin & dorsey,
Main Street, Brownville, N.T-,
Buy and sell Land Warrants, make out and file declar
atory statements; make out pre-emption papers; pay
taxes, investigate titles;
Buvand sell property on commission , rurnisn iana
warrants for time entries, and attend to all other busi
ness connected with a general land agency business.
Particular attention paid to the selection of Govern
ment land and the location of laud warrants for parties
residing at a distance.
McLAUGULlX it DORSET respectfully refer to
George II. Xixou, Esq., Register Brownville Land
Charles B. Smith, Esq., Receiver of Public Moneys'
Xemaha Land District.
Robert W. Furnas, Esq., Editor Advertiser Brownville
Messrs. Lushbauch &. Carson, Bankers, Brownville,
Hon. W. M. T. Hamilton, Hagerstown. Maryland.
Lewis R. Kewcouier Esq. Baltimore, Md.
O II Barnet, Esq , Dayton, Ohio.
Hon. Fenner Furguson, Delegate in Congress from
XebraskaTerrritory, Washington, D. C.
John A. Real, Esq.. Attorney at Law, Peru, inn.
Brownville, April 22. no43tf
JOSEPH L. ROY,
. Main Street,
DROWXTILLE, K. T.
PAY YOUR DEBTS ! !
Those indebted to me are hereby notified that
they can liquidate their indebtedness with corn at
the highest market price, delivered at the store ot
I. T. Whyt in Brownville. This request is made
only because I am in debt myself, and cannot raise
the money, but can make use of corn. Such an ar
rangement will be taken as a great accommodation
under present circumstances. JESSE XOEL.
Brownville, Dec, 2, 1858.
Ague ! Ague ! !
A Xew Chemical Discovers'.
Foremost among il the different remedies offered
to the public for the cure of this discaso stands
'Wards Telegraph Tonic' Bdng entirely vegetable,
free from the use of quinine and arsenic, cf which
most of tho ague preparations are composed, it is en
tirely harmless in its effects, and leaves the patient
strong and healthy. If taken according to directions,
it will not fail to cure the worst cases. Just try
itonce and satisfy yourselves that tho Aguecanbe
cured. ' ! -
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, by Crane & Hill,
Brownville, N. 71, and by dealers everywhere
All orders must be addressed to W. W. Ward,
Lcavemvorth, Kansas, General Agent for Kaniaj
and the Western States,
July 14, 1859. -"M
MISS MARY TURNER,
Main Street, Broivmnlle, JVebrasIca,
Ha iut received a fresh supply of
Consisting of Xew Style
Ribbons, Laces, Flowers,
And the finest and best materials for manufacturing
anything in the millinery line.
April 1st, '59 n40-ly
A MEMORANDUM BOOK, which the owner can
bare by calling at this effisej describing ari3 paying
No. 637. !; . :
15 j (lie President of (he United States
Io pursuance of law, I, JAME9 BI'CIIAXAX, Presi
dent of the Uuited States of America, do hereby declare
and mike known that public sales wilt bo behl at the
cudernientivned land offices in the Territory of iebria,
at the periods Lereinafter designated, t wit ;
At the land fllce et Brownville, enfnmencinir on
Monday, the eiafth day of August nest, for the disposal
cf the pnblic lands within the following named towir
North of the Base Line and East of the Sixth of the
The part of township 1, outtide of the Sac and Fi x and
reservation, of range 17.
The parts of townships 1. 2, 3, and 4 outside of the Sac
aud Fox aud half-breed Xemaha reservation; aud Irac
tiunal townships 5 and 6, of range 16.
The part of township 1 outside of the Sac and F"X 're
servation; township 2; the parts of townships 3, 4 nnd
6 outside of the half-breed Xemaha reservation and
fractional township 6, of range 16.
The part of township 1 outside of the Sac and F
reservation; townships 2, 3, and 4j the part of township
5 outside of the half-breed Xemaha reservation ; aLd
townships, of ranpe 15.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, at range 13.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 45 and 6, of raniNrlS.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, of range 11.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, of range 10.
At the land office at Brownville, comracicinff n Mon
day, the GUh day of J-eptcmber next, for the disposal of
the public Uutls within the fuliowi:i named townaU:ps,
vii : .
North of the Base Line and East of the Sixth Principal
Townships I, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. of ranpe 9.
The parts of township 1 and 2 outside of the Indian
reservation; nnd township 3, 4. 6 aud 6. of ranged..
The part ut township 2 outside of the Iadiaa reci va
(i'.n; and township 3,4, 6and6, of ran)te7
The part of township 2 outside of the Indian reserva
tion; and townships 3, 4.. 5 aud C, of range 6 ,
The part of township 2 outside of the Indian reserva
tion; and townships 3, 4, 5 and 6, of range 5
The parts of towuf-hlpa 1 and 2 outside of the Indian
reservation; and townships 3. 4, 5 and 6 of range
At the land ofllce at X'ebraska City, commencing on
Monday the first day of August, for the disposal of the
public land wiiUlu the following named townships, viz:
North of the Base Line and East of the Sixth Principal
Fractional township 7 of range 15
Fractional towhships 7 and 8 of range 15
Township 7; and fractional townships 8, 9, 10, 11 and
12 of range 14
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12; and fractional town
ship 13 of range 13
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11; and fractional townbips
12 aud 13 of range 12
Townships 1, 8, 9, 10 and II; and fractional township
12 of ranpe 11
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11; and fractional townships
12, 13 and 14 of rauge 10
Townships 7, 8. 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13; and fractional
townships 14, 15 and 16 of range 9
At the land piflce at Nebraska City, commencing on
Monday the twenty-ninth day of August next, for the
disposal of the public lauds within the following named
townships, viz :
North of the Base Line and East of the Sixth Principa
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10,11, 1 13,14, 15 and 16; and frac
tional township 17 of range 8
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12,13, 14,15 and 16; fraction
al township 17 of ange 7
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 of range 6.
At the land office at Omaha City, commencing on Tues
day the fifth flay of July next, for the disposal of the
public lands within the following named townships viz:
North of the Base Line and East of the Sixth- Principal
Fractional townships 13, 14, 15 and 16 of range 14
Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 of range 13
Fractional ownships 12 and 13; townships 14, 15, 16
and 17; and fractional townships 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 of
Fractional township 12; townships 13, 14,15. 16. 17 and
18; aud fractional townships 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 of range
Fractional townships 12, 13 and 14; townships 15, 16,
17, IS, 19, 20, 21, 22 aud 23 of range 10
At the land office at Omaha City, commencing on Mon
day the twenty-fifth day of July next, for the disposal of
the publio lauds within the following named townships,
North of the Base Line and East of the Sixth Principa
Fractional townships 14, 15 aud 16; townships 17, IS
19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 of range 9
Fractional townships 16 aud 17; and townships 18, 19,
20. and 21 of range 8
Fractional township. 17; and townships 18, 19, 20 and
21 of range 7
Fractional township 17; and townships 18, 13, 20 and
21 of range 6
Fractional township 17; and townships IS, 19, 20 and
21 of range 5
Fractional township 17: and townships 18, 19, 20 and
21 of range 4
At the land ofllce at Dakota, commencing on Monday
the eighteenth day of July next, for the disposal! of the
public lands within the following named townships viz :
North of the Base Line and East of the Sixth Principal
Fractional township 27 of range 10
The parts of townships 24 and 27 outside of the Indian
reservation; and fractional townships 28 and 29 of range9
The part of tow nship 27 outside of the Indian reserva
tion; township 28; and fractional townships 29 and 30, of
The part of township 27 oulside of the Indian reserva
tion; townships 28 aud 29; and fractional townships 28
anil 29; and fractional towmhip 30 of range 7
The part of township 27 outside of the Indian reserva
tion; townships 23 and 29; aud fractional townships 30
and 31 of range 6
Lands appropriated by law for the ue of schools, In
dian, military and other purposes, will be excluded from
The offering of the above lands will be commenced on
the days appointed, and will proceed in the order in which
they are advertised until the whole Khali have been
offered, and the sales thus closed; but no sale shall be
kept open longer than two weeks, and no private entry
of any of the lands will be admitted until after the ex
piration of the two weeks.
Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, this
22l day of March, Anno Domini, one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-nine.
By the President:
Thos. A. Hendhick,
Commissioner or the General Land Office.
Xotice to Pre-Kmptlon Claimants
Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption to
any of the lands within the townships and partsof town
ships above enumerated, is rconiredto establish the same
to the satisfaction of the Register and Receiver of the
proper land ofllce, and make payment therefor aa soon
as practicable after teeing this notice, and before the
day appointed for the commencement of the public sale
of the lauds embracing the tract claimed; otherwise
such claim will 1 e forfeited.
Thos. A. Hendricks,
Commissioner of the Gen'l Land Office.
Xote. Under the regulations of the department, as
heretofore and now existing, no payment can be made
for advertising proclamations except to such publishers
as are specially authorized to publish by the Commis
sioner of the General Land office.
A. W. ELLIOTT,
ul rs ery
Cor. Broadway and Wash Street.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Ilaving purchased the entire Nursery stock of John
Siggerson U Bro., I am prepared to offer to the public
the largest and best selected stock of Fruit Shade, arid
Ornamental taees, shrubs and plants ever offered for
sale in the West. AVe are determined toofTcr such in
ducements to tree planters and the trade as will ensure
the most entire satisfaction. Descriptive catalogues will
be furnished, and any information given, by addressing,
A. W. ELLIOTT,
Saint Louis, Mo.
Xovember 35, '58-Iy.
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Editors and Proprietors, New York.
T. II. EDWARDS.
A. J. BERRY.
EDWARDS & BERRY, y-
Proprietors of the
BROir.TILLE, X. T.
THIS II0TEL has lately been entirely refitted
and the proprietors can now assure the public that
they will meet with every convenience and comfort
usually found at a first class hotel.
Mr. Herry, the Jr.. partner was formerly connected
with the same house, and has had large experience
in the hotel business in tho East.
F.DWAKDS A BEFRV.
Brownville. June 16th. 1S59. 51-6ui
.-The undersigned .hiring. bought thi Mills for
merly ownei by Dr. Koovebf Ne2iahn City, i no
prepared ta grin,! Core, Wbcat, and saw Lumbar oa
the most reasonable Unu . f'usesain, tb best w a
ter privilege in Nemaha county, he can at all times
accommodate his customers on short notice with the
best quality of grist.
From his store at the mill he is always prepared to
furnish the. best qaallty ,f Groceries, Wines' and
Liquors, aaJ farmers will save 20 percent by dealing
with h in; instead of going to other places.
July 19th nltf J. G. MELV1X.
SHERIFF'S SALE. .
50TICL is hereby giTen, that bv virtue t,f au ex
ecution isocd from the office of Yfre Cleri of the
District Court for Xemaha county, Nebruka Terri
tory, against Louis Xeal and in favor of Hawk,
Pro. A Go., for the sum of seventy-two dollars and
fifty-five cents ; I, Davidson Piasters, Sheriff of
said county, have levied npon cno hnrra as- pro
perty of Louis -2Ce.il, and will, on the 3Lth dity of
July, A. D. 1859, between tho hours cf ten o'clu-k,
A.M. an J four o'clock, P. M, fjvm tho d.r of the
I hous in Brownville in nlj county ia which the last
term of the District Court for sail county was held,
proceed t sell at public sale to tho highest bidder
for cash in hand to satisfy said execution.
Sheriff of Nemaha co., X. T. "
Brownville, July 7th, 1S5-J.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an ex
ecution issued from the office of the Clerk tf the
District Goort for Nemaha County, Nebraska Ter
ritory, against Alexander Ilallam in favor of Robert
Lioford, fur the sum of fourteen hundred and twelve
dollars and tweuty cents: I, Davidjon llastcrs,
sheriff of said county, hare levied upon, and from
the door of the house in which the la-t term of said
Court was held at Brownville in said county, will
on tho Sth day of Agg., A. D. ISS, between tho
hours of nine o'clock a. m. acd three o'clock, P.
sell, at public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, the following described Real -estate together
with all the Mill property, Machinery and improve
ment thereunto belonging or in any wiso pertaining:
To-wit : Blocks number thirty-four and thirty-live
in Glen Bock in said county, as numbered and desig
nated upon the original plat of said Glen Rock, said
property to bo sold as property of said llallam to
satisfy said execution.
' DAVIDSON PLASTERS.-
Sheriff of Nemaha Co., N. T.
Brownville, Juno 15th, 1859. 51-4t-$7,50
NOTICE is hereby given that Ly virtue of an ex
ecution iisued by Jesse John, justice of tho peace
in and for Nemahacounty, Nebraska Territory, ag
ainst Georgies Frederic and in favor of Heath
Nuckolls, administrator of the estate of Joseph De
ntin, deceased, for tho sum of sixty-eight dollars
and ninctycents, I.Davidson Plasters, Sheriff of
said county have levied upon, and, from the door
cf the oQce of the said Jesse John in Brownville
in said county, on Tuesday the 9th cay of August,
A.D. 1859, between tho hours often o'clock, a. m.,
and three o'clock, P. si., will sell at public sale, to
the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following
property, to wit : one sorrel mare and one roue horse,
as the property of said ueorgies k redeno in satis
faction of said execution.
DAVIDSON PLASTERS, .
Sheriff of Nemaha county.
Brownville, July 27th, 1359. , n3-2t-$3
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested
in tho Estate of the late Oliver P. Kelly late of Ne
maha county. Nebraska Territory, deceased, to ap
pear at tho office of tho Probate Judge of said county
at Brownville, on Tuesday the Uth day of August.
1859, at ten o'clock, A. M., to show cause why James
N. Kelly, Administrator of aid Estate, should not
bo authorized to sell the following' described real
property of said estate, to-wit: the south-east quar
ter of section 23, in townchip 5, north, in rango 15,
east, of land situate in said Nemaha county, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy such
debts against said Estate as still remains unpaid.
Ordered that the above notice bo published four
successive weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser.
Given under my hand this 25th day cf June, 1359.
R.J. WHITNEY, Probate Judge.
June 30th, 1359. nl-lt $5
PJllIil) MUIXG 3 .411 II I 1
And will rixSWeiuor gofj iLan ny Vther aXc ut
diconre4, ir-i i S k J I M 4 t ;
City Boot & Shoe Otore,
Will imkeyou a snperi r pair of fruits or sic If t ,,,
call or leave jtar mr jis-.re. or hewili sell i'J rhe-m-f
Itaiter, a petr shoe, wr .ratrie au- W"l v J.
waiters or livprs, ibeaicr thau any uther buBN 'i
of 8:. Louis.- Kmplof tn2(cMU wufkmeu, and se?tw:
variety of m;ittr,ui aul uuiiunirt lot ju fu
ture, t hope loreceiTa that literal patrai' trctrr
hetowed m kie. Uive me a tall. . .W.V.Vkl.
Browuville July 27, 1S3 1,4
...T. M. TALBOTT, - .
DENTAL SURGEON r
Daring located himself in Browovillc; y, T.'tea
dcrs his professional Services to the community.
All jobs warranted. ' . '
OlXF'or TeiLaa- r
THE BSJersiineJ, Jelrfuv (o start atx.ot tRe lfTi of.".'
September for Texas, .i!leUaiihcr f.ir c-lr w htn t w
-iln a short time to rowl oca : One UweHtM Huuw in
the Citjr of lmiwnvillf with Two L tn eacU.i3, $.sT
Si nlca an.1 outhouses tport fte ?rr-rn:-f.
Two Good Vacant Lots in Brownville Mtnatel near tie '
levee and own ve nl ent for fiuMtfes purfoM', ; . ! - J f
120 Acre of Land In Semaha crrurtr near .lie ff;-iotrl' "
river; well timbered an watered.
ine Dan n au uriuinai atare (o-ua: to 50 ljtj m lie -Town
Xine Lotia".IcLennn's aduitkji" to Xeti ak Lit t, -near
Nebraska City wharf. . . '
Tho undersized finds the letkartwx'nt'cf tin
affairs in a very euibarras.-ing condition. If tiosM? wti.
re indebted to hiuiwlll p'eaae to come forward and (ay
their Utile note and accounts, he will take it as a k.'-vi '
kindneHs upou their parf, and Till he hrpy t'pre-tit "
each of them with a slight token ot hi hixb rranrd. in
the form of a small receipt, neatly wimet, with uia
auti'trajh appended thereto. -
P. L. SK-GAlT."
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For sale by J. II. MAUX k CO, Brownvlife, N. X.
andby alt drnsists fenerally. . t3.1y
WIIEREAS it appears that there are claims exist
ing against the Estate of George W. Ulakely, de
ceased ; I have appointed Monday the jth of Sep
tember next as the final day for hearing all claims
against said Estate, and all persons having claims
against said e?tato are hereby notified to tile tie
jamo at my ofucc, or with tho Administrator uf t-aid
Estate on or before that day, or they will be forever
barred from recovering such claims and from setting
off the same in any action whatever.
Given under my hand this 27th day of JunerlSjD.
K. J. WHITNEY, Fr. bate Judge.
Ordered that the abovo notice be published for six
successive weeks in tho Nebraska Advertiser.
R. J. WHITNEY.
XATnAN RLAKELY, Admistrator.
Beatrice, Gage county, N. T;
Juno 30th, 185y. nolvl-6t $7
A NOTE cf band, csfliirtt for over one hundred dolHrs,
which owner can have by calling at this oEccacd paying
fur thai 4V0;UecsiCat.
WHEREAS application has been made to the
Frobate Court of Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, for tho appointment of a Genernl Administra
tor of tho Estate of Charles M. Greever, late of said
county, deceased, notice is hereby given that Satur
day the 6th day of August, is the day appointed for
hearing said applications, at my office in brownville,
in said county, when and where all persons intcred
cd in said Estate may appear and show cause why
Heath Nuckolls shall not be appointed said adminis
trator. " Given under my hand thig 20th day of Jnnc, 1659.
" R. J. WHITNEY, Frobate Jude.
June 30th, 1859. n2-6t $7
WHEREAS application baa boon made to the
Probate Court of Nemaha county, Nebra.-ka Terri
tory, for the appointment of a General Administra
tor to the Etato of Mary Simpson, late of mil coun
ty, deceased, notice is hereby given to all whom it
uiiy concern, that Thursday the 4th day of Angn?t,
A. D. 1859, is the day set for the hearing of said ap
plication at my office in Krownvillo, in 5aid county,
when and where ail persons interested are requited
to appear and fhow cause why William Ilobiitzcll
should not be appointed as s'"d Administrator.
Given under my hand at office this 23d day nf June,
1859. R. J. WHITNEY,
June 23d, 1853. 52-Ct-$7
Uliereat; it has been made to appear to my satisfac
tion, that there are claim existing a?aintt the estate of
Willis Hill, late of Nemaha county, Nebranka Territory,
deceased ; notice is tereby ?iven, that I have appointed
Monday the Sth day of August, a d 1S59, as the Cay for
the hearing of said claims, and all person having claims
ajainst the said estate are hereby Co tilled to fl!e the
same at my offlce on or before that day, or they v:tl! be
forever barred from recovering such cUiims, and. from
setting oft" the same in any action whatever.
Given under my hand, thi 14th day of I'ebrnarv, A D
1559. It. J, -vmiTXEY, Frohate Jodse.
Ordered that the ai.ove notice be puhUshed for three
successive weeks in the Xcbratka Advertiser.
K. J. WH1TKET.
Brownville, July 7, 18o9. $1.
KOTTCB Is berehy given, that Ttiey. Amnwt Hh,
1859, is the day appointed for the final settlement, of the
Hstate of George Lewis, deceased, late of Xemaha
county, Nebraska Territory, at my tflftce fa Brotfflviiie
in 6aid county, at 9 o'clock A ?T, wteir all persons in
terested in said estate may attend and show cause, if
any, why the account of David Lewis, adminstrator ot
uaii estate, should not be allowed. - -.
II. J. WlilTNET, Probate Jcdge.
July 7th, 1369. : . 3t $2
NOTICE Is hereby given, that Tuesday, August 9th,
1859, is the day appointed for the final settlement of the
Ksiate of X. G. Titus, deceased, late c f Xeraahacounty,
Nebraska Territory at my office in lirownviile in aaid
county, at 9 o'clock A M, when all persons interested in
said estate may attend and show cause, if any, why the
accounts of James A. Titus, administrator of said estate,
hou Id not be allowed. - - - "
B. J. WHITNEY, Probate Judse.
Jgly7th. 1H69. 3t-f2
Prob ate IT otice. ?
Notice is bercty given that I have appoint ed Monday
the 19th day of September, 1859. as a day for the hear
in; of claims against the estate of D. C. Patterson, late
of Jones county, N. T-, deceased, and all pernors havirg
claims against said estate are hereby notified to file the
same at my office a or before that day, or they will be
forever barred from recovering any portion ol such claims
and from setting off the same in any action whatever.
Given under my hand at Beatrix Gage county. X. T.,
this IStu day of July, 1S59. NATHAN BLAKELT,
e2-6w Probate Judge, Ex-OJicio.
Lost land Warrants.
ALL person are hereby notiflej tSat on or about the
spring of he TPr of 1jo7, I euchred ia a letter Land
Warrant No. 60 b30 for 160 acres Nsued to Rebecca J"tm
widow of Lemnel John, un.ler act of March 3d, livio,
tnd mailed aid letter at Xenia. Ohio, directed To Ilenry
HerrinRton, Brown.ville. Xemaha oiurtty, N. T., that
said latter aud warrant never reached its destination,
and has been lost or stolen, that I have Cled a caveat in
the General Land Offlce to prevent the issuS of a patent
npon said warrant, and that I Intend to apply to the
Commissioner of PeuMuus to hate a duplicate cf sa:d
June, I3tb, IS53. Ot
JOHN W. MIDDLETOi, ' "
DEREDT informs the public that brr h.ia
jfrVl, located himself In this City, ant is pm!red
t to serve thone in want of anythinirln M tine,
lie has selected his stock rittt care aud will nutuuf acturw
a No. I article of everything oMered. lie eet.in iw up
nti;e"ssaTy toenumrrafe; hut will kern on Aand eve") arti
cle usually obtained in Saddle .in. I Hame Kli.tt.it.
JOHN H MIDULETO.V.
Brownville lfay 12. t.j6-itr
Ordinance No.. 4..
Be it ordained by the City Council cf the civ of
Brownville. N. T. ; J
Sec. 1. .That whenever any person or porSor, iSa't.
be fined for breaking any of the ordinances of tUfcity, a
shall be lawful for the mayorof the city, tpon tii rein-
sal of such person or persons to pay the said flue, tore
lease himfrowcutdy (il ho deems mtch urtioa tKVvtea
ble) ami lssne a writ of execution agaiiiktthe v'pe'ty of
the said pers-m or rcrsons for the sai 1 ripe aud Xor c st , -which
executii'i Dull btfksucd' and eXttJufe af a c-t-eoutions
i-wned by Jmticcs of tpeav "I 't:sTrr,tory,
a.id that if trjon such execution bririg refiiriicd no pr -'
perty found or unsatisfied, then tlie said maj or bll Ik
authorized to Isstir his warrant for the arrest of Vtvrv
person or pcrnsfor nou paraient of said im and ost-.
and commit him er them to the hands of tt e nnrobai, t
be dealt with as in other cases for non-payment of tliiCs.
Sec. 3. That any person or pernons who shall T'a' o '
and depositon the levee of this city, e.wti so as to make
the said levee to conform to the jtr;idc that has ben, or
maybe hereafter established tythe l'y etmioee and
ap,rovel hy the council, be allowed therefore'' the nrnH
of three cents for every cart load of earth so depCrtto-T.
the samo person or person in doing th mnire to m
jravcrned hy the city erfrmcer with resj'ee; t the plac
where the same is to be deposited.
Pasoed June 27, '
. . .. - . O. B,IIE'.rSTT, Mayor.
T. W. Bedtoho, Becnrder.
TO EDITORS: Publishers c-f iiow.r arcr a.-n r.
ppectfulljr cautioned not to Irrsert t!i falsehoods re
specting myself, ofa-oun2fel!owatnitrin al'renrh
name, which eypeared 'n several newjap-rs of Jate.
Such notices would not be nJmittctl" wher he J.
known. Hecannot read nor write, out LLrci sorno
one to coyj bjj I ill. - .
G.'B. SMITH, M. P.,
Proprietor of PaiTa'3 Electric On.. nIS-tf
To Thos. Loiurty, Jese liars, ai ! all other whoui
it niayconcrn Yon are hfreby not:4cd that J v iJ'ap
penr at the Land Qrfltein Brntnviiief ri Sa'Bf-Jiv, tho
6th day of Aurat, 1"S9, at 10 oM-rk a M. tj pr,' up
my richt of pre-emption to the X. E. luarter ef section
no, 19, Township no. 3", Eangeio. 13, ea.t of fho sixtls
principal meri.li;.n. ABRAHAM PE;;XY.
Brownville, Jury r7fU, 19594 , 2t ..
Road Work. "
TH05J7 persons within the cori orate limits cf the
Ciy of Brownville who have not piit up are berery
notified that there is yet one more chance of paying cp
with labor, viz: of appearing On th streets, nuftject t.
my order on any day between the 15U and 22d of Jul'-,
J. W.-COLIM AN City Marahal.
July ll!b.ie59. . . ... . . . nl-tf
. Buy Your. VVarraiaj;3
OF J. MJCONlUK.ParBham street, Omali.y'bra?!.
FOR SALT by
O-niha. X. T.
A Coapetent Surveyor
VTJO is personally ac(iuaiite" with all the Lands now
offered for sale in lao Omaha Dtstrict Is' ca-vevd with
rf. ilcCoNIUE. .
Omaha. N. T- ' - vlrt
TITE Copartnerahip heretofore existics l.ftwcea
lloaJIey A Muir Las Jtis dty bden liiss-Jrcd" by
mutual consent. " . " " ' ' ' ' -
Those having acronnts ajainat thu sard Crra wi)l
please present them fof payment, and those indebtaJ
will rlea'se inike rajaaent to either t t the late ffrm.
1 I.CTHE1C riOAIiLEY. .
K(7BT. v. ML'ir:.
Juno 1st, '50. ... 43-ff
Dwelling llousc For Rent.,
Jane lit 'b3.
. ' '3-'vr
Dwelling House for Kent.
THE undersiuiivd will rent on U'ral ternif, in
prompt and careful tenant, the most oiniaiwli.'u, e'.le
irant andHijibly situated dwellicg boue in the city (J
Browuville an excellent ci.-iern. .l iifce-.ary out-,
houses, and a fine garden wnh atl the veit-utde. of the
season ia an advanced state, of cuinvation. up.n he
premiies. - . .IX. L. XcGART.
May 19. . : . ao47-t:
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