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UROWNVILLE, AUG. 18.159.
; T HUM'S:
' f ,rorifTP3r,if psid In advance, - -
' . " .at the end of 6 month!.
f ji or more wit be furnished at ,M per
'-n pnvUIed Ibe caib accompanies the order, not
i The "Nebraska Advertiser", fcavicg
--ch the largest circulation of any paper in
Territory, "Wholesale Merchants in St.
Lcili. St. Joseph, Cincinnati and other East
ere raarXeta where Nebraska merchants pur
j, WI1 flud no better advertising medium
Jntbe eKtern country .-C2
We have been llesscd .with editorial
'..perquisites" the past week.. Den, of
rte City Shoe Store, who is a "crack j
.fhot," and Keeps as keen an eye upon the
"anc hereabouts as he does-" upon the
!;oc traJe4 cams in the other day with a
(ill y'-Ylh young yrzirie chickens; in
ir";? his usual liberality, "forgot
..jt the editor." His head's right !
To Mr. John Scott we are indebted
tjr a lare basket full of nice roasting
tar and onions. They were pood, and
r a mistake. Such deinonstrations are in
n wise offensive..
lloiu S. A. Chambers, who has al
vs carried off the prize on. large and
tldicious melon?,- sent us a' couple of his
o. IV one of wliich measured 52
ta circumference, and was as' good as it
vas large. The other, though not quite
.) large, was in no wise inferior in quali
"Sutler such to come unto us," for
ip.:i the like do editors delight to feed.
To Jfr. 1. K. Stout we nre indebted
fir repeated acts of kindness in fnrniih
"tbis office" with choice melons.
) Our townsman Mr. Luther IIoadlev
vho has been for several months on a vi
i:t to his friends and relations east, ar
r.vcJ' per steamer '' January. Mr. II.
;.vets with a hearty welcome among his
i. -nacrous friends in this city.
On Thursday last the Democracy of
tbis county met in this city, and appointed
Delegates to the Plattsmouth Convention
v.hich iwrts to-day. .
On Saturday the Republicans met in
tbis place, and appointed Delegates to the
Convention to meet at liellevuc on Wed
XerUiwcsfern District Agricultural
sntl Mecbanlcal Association.
The Board, through its Secretary, J.
II. R. Cvsiiirr; Esq., of the North Wes
tern District Agricultural and Methani
cal Association, Missouri, will accept our
thanks for . "complimentary" invitation
n attend the Fair at St. Joseph, com
ri' ftL-ing on the 20th September. Ve re
grtt that the "North "Western" and "Ne
Iraska Pairs" come on the same days.
This only, will preventour enjoying a vis
i' to St. Joseph on the t20th. Next year
vetrilt these fairs, being held so near
fach en her, will take place on different
irthnrs Home Magazine.
The September number is received. It
is inferior to none of its predecessors.
Wait and See" is yet being continued,
i-id interesting as ever.. "Oh! My Fath
t:, if it be Possible, Let this Cup Pass,"
&c, is a most thrilling little poein by Mr.
E. A. Kincsdurv.
From Ft. Benton,
The steamer Spread Eagle, the gallant
Capt. Chouteau, arrived in this city last
t-icht from the upper river. She has been
jJ eiiles above the mouth of the Yellow
tone, which is about 550 miles farther
P than any boat had ever been before !
This is 2,500 miles above this city ! The
spread Eagle left Ft. Benton on the 18th
Jnly, and Ft. Union on the 26th.
Capt. Chouteau reports another san
ruinary battle between the Sioux and the
Wakaras, which took place on the 22d
July, and which resulted in the loss of
-i'f the former and 1G of the latter.
Jte antipathy of the Indians had been
trouicd to the' highest pitch, and their
taflacaliliry it was thought would lead,
Mediately, to another battle, and a final
function of the weaker party.
The Eagle brought down secenty-five
Soldiers from Ft. ILandall, and but
other passengers. '
. This trip has consumed over two months
;rii0, and is, on account f its great
J-ujrih, wie of the most remarkable in
:-e annals of river navigation. St. Jo
M 'Gazette, I'M inst.
Gen, Tom Thumb is now twenty-one
J(,ars of age, and manages his own affairs
I''-e successfully, being equal to grown
Arsons of his age in intelligence. It is
U:u the young gentleman is in the matri
monial market, and is ready to hear from
J-' young lady of "good size," who will
rt,wse to never get in a pet, and' place
.on the mantle piece, from which of
C0l3rse he could' not escape unassisted,
iibout risk of breaking his little bones.
General is ""well off" and means to
y At a recent swimming exhibition in
werpocl, Prof. Poulson of London, went
' foujh some wonderful evolutions of
mining bDQ-floating, illustrative of the
'"an, the dying gladiator, and other
!ifjc posttlations. Eighteen sommer
ts were thrown while immersed in the
'd r' e arnP.bibious practitioner clos
..s performances by eating a cake,
a boul of milk and smoking a
fender water, amidst the immense ap
eof the spectators. -
! daily war-expenses of ViWa ro
,tedaf3';60b,000 francs;, cf Aus-
Wit) 4t 1 AAs .
r00 fiorics or each at about
The following we clip from-the 'St.
Prospects good for abundance. Corn
especially is doing well, and if all goes
well, there will be a larger surplus than
last year. The farmers' have not under
taken to raise wheat to any extent, and
hemp has not . been tried. What wheat
was sown has yielded fairly. Weather
has been dry for potatoes, but with rain
there will be a fair yield.
We have a fair class of business men,
and they are doing a fine business, selling
for cash almost entirely, and at a fair
living profit. Business will increase very
rapidly between this and spring; the
country back of us being brought under
cultivation, and farmers did well last year
having a capital crop of corn, on which
they realized, on an average, fifty cents
per bushel from the Government. This
year there is five times as much wheat
raised of a superior quality oats, good
Hungarian grass, first-rate. Double
quantity of corn planted this year, and
good prospects of a large yield. Corn
land in Nebraska, in 1S5S, was estimated
to have turned out forty bushels to the
acre .on an average, including-, the old
grounj.and what we call "sod corn." It
is thought this year it will average fifty
bushels to the acre. I never siw such' a
prospect in my life. I have traveled over
four counties in South Nebraska, and
have calculated there will be $500,000
worth of wheat, corn, oats, and potatoes,
raised for sale in Cass, Otoe, Nemaha
and Richardson counties.
Wheat is very fim the best ever
known in the Territory. We will have a
large surplus. Corn prospects very good.
The weather has been almost too dry, but
the crop looks very well. There are dou
ble the usual number of acres sown. Ear
ly potatoes rather slim can't speak as to
late planting. Vegetables generally very
fine. Oats very good, not much sown,
owing to scarcity of seed.
riats, &c, of seme twenty-five town
ships, recently surveyed in the States of
Minnesota, W isconsin, Missouri, and Ca
lifornia, and the Territories of Kansas
and Nebraska, have been received at the
General Land Office. The surveyors,
under the different contracts, are still bu
sy pushing forward their surveys, and
making ready to return plats to the Gen
eral Land Office.
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. ' ST: JOSEPH, MO. :
WILLIAM CAKET.ON, Ai M., Principal.
CorjpletHy organized as a flr4 class Female Bosrdtiur
and Inr Scriool.. Xamber liuiile! to 123, including 25
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AUK'ut 4tli, la. v4i.4tf
Code of Ordinances
Passed ly the Board of Trustees Jbr the
Town of Peru, J'emaha County, V. -T.,
at. their regular meeting held A ugusi 2d,
lbol). . . ..,
Ordinance No. 1.
Sec. I. Be it ordained li the Hoard of Trustee
for the Town of l'eru, XfiKtka County, JV". Tatfol
inca I . There shall be a town clerk, appointed.; by
the board of trustees, whose duty it shall bo to keep
tru niinutes of all thedoin?sof said board at all
their meetings, tosec that all ordinance nrepnbiish
ed in sumo newspaper published within Xcinaha
Coutty, and preserve all proper evijences of such
publics lion, aud perform all ether duties pertaining
to su :h otlice.
Sc'j. 2. There shall also bo opjmio'.ed an assessor,
whose duty it shall be to take a 1 st of all the taxable
prr.jKrty, both real and persona! in the towr., and at
tach thereto the true value thereof ; such list and
assessment to be umd annually aud filed with the
clerk of the board on or befoie the first day of Sep
tember. Sc;. 3- There shall be a treasurer appointed,
whoso duty it shall be to receive and safely keep all
the uioncya belonging to the town, unil pay all or J era
drawn on him by the board, signed by the chairman
and attested by the clerk of the hoard, and before
entering upon the duties of his office ho shall make
and execute to the board such bond as may be reqni
red and approved by the Loard, conditioned that he
will faithfully discharge all the duties of treasurer
according to law, and shall, at any timo when re
quired by tho board, repor. the amount of money in
the treasury, with oil other matters pertaining to
Sc;. 4. There shall also bo appointed by tho board
a Street Commissioner, whose duty it shall be to keop
open, repair and othcrwiso improve the streets and
alleysof the town, and see that the citizens and lot
holders pcrjorm all the work required of them by
ordinance, and perform all other duties required of
him pertaining to his oClce.
Scj. 5. There shall also bo appointed & town con
stable, whoso duty it shnll be to collect all moneys
duo the town by assessment of taxes, fines or for
feitures, or in any other manner from any person or
persons whomsoever, and pay the sauio over to the
treasurer, taking his receipt for the same, and per
form all other duties pertaining to bin flise, and.
before entering upon the duties of his office," he shall
make and execute to the board such bond and se
curity as tho board may require and approve, condi
tioned that ho will faithfully discharge all the du
ties repaired of him, and that he will faithfully ob
serve all ordinances or orders of the board which may
impose duties or require his services.
Sec. 6. That there shall be no orders drawn on
tho treasurer unless ordered by the board, which
order and direction shall bo entered and appear on
tho minutes of the meeting ordering the same. Tho
said orders shall be signed by the chairman of the
board, and couatcrsrgncd by the clerk, and made
payable to the person in whoso favor it is drawn. All
orders shall be numbered respectively issued and
dated on the fame day, and shall be paid by the
treasurer in the order of their number nnd 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 back of such order
stating that the within has been presented. and dato
and sign the same, which endorsement shall entitle
the holder to ten per cent, per annum on the amount
the order calls for, from tho date of such endorse
ment. rROVlDINO FOR WORK ON' STREETS.
Sec. 7. That all able bodied male inhabitants of
the town, over the ago of eighteen and under the
age of fifty years, shall work at least t wo days in
each year on the streets of the town, under tho su
pervision of the Street Commissioner, at such work
as said commissioner shall designate, or pay for each
day so failing to work tho sum of one dollarand fif
ty cents, provided that tho said commissioner shall
give six days previous notice, either by serving a
written notice or by advertising the same by posting
up at least four advertisements in the most public
places in the town, said notiqe todesicnate tho place
where said work is to bo done, the kind of tools or
implements to bo used, and the hour of tho day in
which said work h to be commenced: tbeclerk shnll
fu;nish the commissioner with d list of all hands sub
ject to w ork on said streets. All persons who thall
be legally notified as above, and shall fail to work
on sai l streets, either by himself or by a legal sub
stitute.fiball be returned to the board a delinquent,
a nd if ho fails to pay to the collector when called un
on to do so 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 nn any other debt
together with costs of such suit. Tho street com
missioner shall every six months make and exhibit to
the board a full statement in writing of alibis pro-ceeding-,
setting forth tho amountof money received
and paid out for work, the number of days work
done under his supervision, tho number of delin
quenta and tho amuutof money collected from the
same, together with all other matters pertaining to
bis office. - '
See. 8. That the tax of this town shall not be
more than five mills on the dollar per annum, un
less the board is authorized, by at least two-thirds
of all the tax-payers in the town requiring them, to
levy a higher rate of tax.
R. PEERY, President.
r.C. Richards, Secretary.
Ordinance No. 2.
See. 1. lie it Ordained fcy the Bonrtl of Trnttret
for the Toxcn of Peru. Nemaha county, 71, as fol
lows : That it shall not bclawful for any person or
persons to seller disp?seof in any way, manner, or
by any subterfuge, any spirituous, vinous or malt
liquors, or any other intoxicating beverage, within
the incorporate limits of said town, unless he or they
si:all first have procured a license from the board of
trustees for said town authorizing him or thcin to
sell the same.
S ic.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 open orkecp the same.
See. 3. That any person or persons violating eith
? of the foregoing sections of this ordinance, shall,
upon conviction thereof before any justice of the
pence within the county of Xemaba, be fined any
sum not loss than tea dollars nor more than one hun
dred dollars. '
R. PEERY, President.
P. C. Richards, Secretary.
Ordinance No. 3.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained hy the Board of Trumtre
for the Torcn of Pi rn, Nemaha County. N. T. That
any person or persons wishing to open any drinking
billiard, bowling saloon, or ball alley, within the in
corporation limits of this town, shall make applica
tion by a petition of at least a majority of all the
citizens of said town to the board of trustees, or to
uny one of the town officers who may be legally ap
pointed by said board to grant the same, for alieen
se t -j open such saloon or ball alley, and shall, lejbre
any sa--h license shall bo granted, file a bond, nnd
pay to the treasurer of said board, or other officer
granting said license, such sum as shall be required
by ordinance, to be receipted by said treasurer, and
a license may, at the discretion of said board, be
granted for any term pot less than six nor more than
twelve months, and for any sum not less than fifty
dollars nor more than five hundred dollars.
R. PEERY, President.
P. C. Richards. Secretary.
NOTICE is hereby given to Irene Gilmore, widow
of William Gilmore, Charles Gilmore, James W.
Calkins and Elizabeth Jane Calkins his wife and all
others wheel it may concern, that by virtue of a
certain Deed of Trust executed for and by William
Gilmore to Joseph F. Mitchell, to secure the sum of
$141, nnd dated Aug. ICth, 1858, and recorded on
page 64, Mortgage Record No. l,of Nemaha County,
Nebraska, I, Joseph F. Mitchell, tho Trustee named
in said Deed of Trust, will on Thursday Sept. Sth,
1S5U, between the hours of nice o'clock, A.M. and
4 o'clock P. M., at tho premises described, sell to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand lawful money, the
following described Real-estate situate in said Ne
maha county, N.T., Tir: The South-west J of the
North-west and the North-west of the South
west V of sec. 12, township G. range 14, east 6th
principal meridian, together with all the buildings
tenements, improvements and appurtenances thereto
belonging: said sale to be made to meet the said
not; of $141, bearing even date with said Deed of
JOSEPH F. MITCHELL, Trustee.
Brownville, Aug. 11, ISo'J. no5-4t $7j0
THE Mercantile firm ot Crane A Hi li as hereto
fore existing is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. Theodore Hill having purchased the entire
inte rest of Merchandise, Notes and Account of Jonas
Crane, the books and account of the firm remain at
the old stand. No. 17 Main Street, in charge of Mr.
Theodore Hill who will adjust ail unsettled business
of paid firm." - ' - - -
JONAS CRANE, )
Browarille, Jane Ktb, IS59.- - . . 5V-t
Iodine and Sarsaparllla
yriU cure all dieae arptiug from an impure state of
the blood, or a depraved condition of the fluids of ttic
system,' vii: cancers, swelling ot the glands, rheumat
ism, white swellings, cLroc'c iore exes, piles, colls,
crrsijelag, goitres, pains in tlifc bone and joints, ul
cers la thit mouth and throat, and all chronic constitu
tional diseases. This medicine tcarche out the very
roots of the disease by purifying the blood, and changing
the secrcUons iu the system, thus removing the cause,
whicti renders the cure certain aud permanent.
Vr. Easier! 1 Iodine and Sariaparillam cure the
v or tr mercurial dittait, and drive out and destroy ev
ery particle of mercury which is in the system, and cure
its bad effects.
Ii will cure tecondary syphilit or ventral diteate,
and will drive the $yphihtic rirut and all hereditary
taintt and pouonoiu natter out of the system through
the pores of the skin, and restore the ptieut to a per
fect ttate of health and purity. It is a positive cure
for fircr complaint and dyspepsia, if used a proper
length of time. IcUalleuge the world tu produce its
ciualiu these complaints. The afflicted will ber tn
mind that Dr. Eatterhft Iodine and Sartaparilla will
cure all nervous diseases, female comploiuts, droppy,
graveo, diseases of the kidney's, bladder, and uriuary
organs, in a fvw days. '
It will remove pimples and blotches from the face,
and make the t kin clear, white and beautiful as ala
baster. It docs this by porifying'the blood, and by its
prompt action on the liver, kidneys, and secretory or
gans, producing vigorous health.
Persons who have long been afflicied with scrofula, old
sore, tetter, ringworm, scald head, blotches, eruptions
of the skin, and all cutaneous diseases, are advised to
procure Gridley's Salt IUioura and Tetter Ointment to
apply on the sores and diseased parts, when using Dr.
Eattcrly'i Iodine and Sartaparilla. The Iodine aud
Sarsapadiia purines tuc Diooa, and caoies the sores to
discharge their putrid matter, and the ointment healt
then. M'bcn both are used (which I always recommeud)
permanent and rad cal cure is always effected. They
are the best and most powerful curativot known 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 bottles for $5. Gridley's Salt Rheum Ointment 75
cents per bottle. Both are prepared by Dr. Easterly,
corner of Third anp Chestnut streets, St. Louis, ito.,
sole proprietor, to whom all orders mu.t be addrcsed.
J3-Sold by J. II. MAUX & CO., Druggists, Brown
ville, K". and by Drnggists generally.
12TWIV Carter's Cougli Balsam
will cure Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption, Bron
chitis, Spitting of Blood, Pain in the Side and Breast,
Pleurisy, 'Whooping Cough, Croup, Liver Complaint,
Palpitation of the Heart, aud all diseases of the Throat,
Chest, and Lungs. Xo one should neglect a Cough or
Cold a single day. Millioiisdic annually by neglecting
a Common 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, Dr. CabteR's Cough
Balsam, wliich never fails to relieve a cough in tweu-ty-four
hours, and always cures the worst cases of
,-wlds, coughs, ans all diseases of the throat and lungs in
a few days. Price Trial bottles, 25 cents; large bot
tles, $1 per bottle, or ti bottles for $5.
t3Dll. EASTKRLY, corner Third and Chestnut Strs,
St. Louis, Mo., sole proprietor, tcwhom all orders must
be addressed to get the genuine. Sold by
J. II. JIACX & Co., Agents,
Brownville, N. T.
jgFever and Ague Killer Will
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 child suffering wiih ague and jver,
they are advised to procure Dr. Easterly's Fever and
Ague Killer, It is a positive curetpeedy end perma
nent. Try itl ;
PHce $1 per bottle, or 6 bot.lesfor $5.
Dr. Easterly, corner of Third and Chestnut streets
St Louis, sole proprietor, to whom all orders must be
addressep to get the genuine.
Sold by J. II. MAUX & CO, Agents, Brownville.
Srl)r. Baker's SpeciQc win cure
gonorrhea, gleet, stricture, seminal weakness, chordee,
diseases of the kidneys, bladder, and all diseases of the
genital organs. Header, have you a private disease t
Do not neglect it. Delay is dangerous. Dr. Baker's
Speci.c 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 perbottle.
3-Dr. EASTERLY, corner Third and Chestnut f-trcts
St Louis, Missouri, sole proprietor, to whom all orders
must be addressed, to get the genuine. Sold by
J. U. MAUX & CO., Druggists,
Brownville, N. T.
Advice. As the hot season is approaching, every
person should prepare their system for the change, and
there isuo remedy so applicable as "McLean's Strength
ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. " It will purify the
blood thoroughly, and at the same lime strengthen and
invigorate tho whole organization. The immense quan
tity of it that is sold daily, is proof euongh of its great
viruesin thoroughly removing all tho impure matter
from the blood. Are say to all, try itl It is delicious
to take. See the advertisement in another column.
Two Bay Mares in Charge
UN Monday tho 27th of June, 1SS9, two men
passing by the names of James Hamilton and Wm.
Johnson, stopped at the Rrownvillo House in Rrown
ville, N. T. having with them two largo dark bay
marcs. On the 2t)th tho men left Brownville leaving
the animals at the City Livery Stable. They stated
before leaving that they had taken up the horses on
Salt Creek between the two Blues, thinking them to
be rstrays. The mares are yet at tho City Livery
Stable in Brownville, where the owners can get them
by calling proving property and paying all charges
connected with their keeping; unless called for
within sixty days from this date, they will bo held
at auction to the highest bidder.
R. T. RAXEY.
$25 SEWING MACHINE.
RAYMOND'S LATEST IMPROVED
Double-Threaded Sewing Machine,
"Warranted llic best in the World.
Will stitch and hem, tuck and fell, gather and em
broider with perfection, and will sew every kind of
goods, even leather, and especially adapted lot family
Any person of ordinary intelligence can learn In one
hour to uso it sucresslully.
We have a great number of references, but will give
only the names of a few, who are aniuiig the first fam
ilies, to wit : ;
We, the undersigned citizens of St. Louis, having la
tely purchased one of Raymond's Latest Improved Pa
tent Sowing Machines, and nse it successfully on differ
ent kinds of work, in ourfamilies' service, do cheerful
ly recommend it to all persons as a Family Machine:
Mrs J Jewctt Wi'.cox
L Mary Livermore
R R Whorf
M R Williams
II M Blossom
Mrs. P AMcffctt
J as A II L impton
J A Hale
E J Stevens
Machines without tables, as hand Machines, with one
needle and two s poolK of thread on the machine, are $25
With tables, half dozen extra needles, tools, Stc, $33.
Xeedles $1 per dozen.
Complete printed directions will be sent with every
machine. These machines take the same stitch as the
G rover and Baker.
Xo letter of ininiry answered except an extra post
age stamp is enclosed.
Machiues warranted, and may be returned in thirty
davs if not satisfactory.
Xo machines delivered until paid for.
All orders by mail or express, with the 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. 82 Xorth Fourth street
St. Louis, Mo. n40-3m
To Lot Holders in Glen Rock, N. T.
Lot holders In Clen Rock, Nemaha county, N. T.
are hereby notified that unless they come forward
within six months from this date and pay up their
respective proportions of entrance money nnd all
expenses attending the entry of said town ?ite, lots
uncalled for at tho expiration of said six months
will be sold to the highest bidder, for the benefit of
said town, as piorided for in an act entitled "an act
regulating the disposal of lands purchased in trust
for town sites," passed Jul r 10th. 1857.
R.J. WHITS EY, Probate Judge.
June 30th' 1859. nMt
For Casb. and on Txxx.o
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all sizes to
settlers on such time aa they may desire long or khort
at the usual rates.
A constant supply of Warrants will be kept on hand
for sale as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere in
Buy of regular dealers and beware of bogus warrants.
All warrants sold by us will be guaranteed to be
genuine in every Tetpect and will be exchanged if de
fective. Being permanently located in Brownville, we can al
ways be found at the old' stand a few doors east of the
LusnBArcn & carsox,
Bankers, aud-Dsalors la fcand Warrants.
Of the Receipts and Expenditures f Xemaha County,
Xet raska Territory,, -fr tUe Ul day of Js!yr A.D.
IS57 to the Lit day U July, A D
June term of the District Court, 1S57 $310 70
Xovember term do do do 393 15
June term do da 1 -' 374 23
Xuveuiber term do do do 41
April ta&l do do IS5? -6 9?
County Court incladin County cler's fees o53 73
Expenses of holding Coroner's InquesU 214 61
Printing for the cwunty 35- 04
County and Territorial Roads 4U i
ShrrifTa fees 668 21
House rent, for use of conmity purposes K'4 60
fees allowed justices in Criminal cav IMt 73
Fees or th County Treasurer 174 40
Expenses of August election 1357 65 70
do do do ISM . 63 vS6
da . do d special . 13 60
S'atiotterv and Blank BjoIs 174 96
Vera of Probate Judjo 117 00
Support of paupers 443 25
Guarding r iid keeping George Henderson (a Xc-
' gro, charged with murder. 712 S5
Constable fees in guarding- other persons aud
all other expenses not heretofore enumerated 513 C3
DeocitJuiyl 1357 255 9'J
Total $6. CSS 43
Amount of Taxes collected in the ycais 1857
andlb&S - - - $2 6-20S7
Amount of Taxes collected i the year 1853 3,U--0 IS
Delinquent Tax list tor IS57 and 1S 270 C8
Delinquent Tax list for 1553 aud 1S59 614 63
' Total. f 3,523 12
Which deducted from the amountof expen
ditures leave the-amnuut of indebtcdiwsa
atthiadate July 1st 1557 w ... , ' $115 01
Territory of Nebraska, County of Nemaha.
I. Erastus E. Parker, County Clerk of Xemaha Coun
ty, Iibrak Territory, do hereby certify that the fore
going is a true statement of the ttr.ancial condition of
( . said county at this Ute, aa wjaies my
V hand aud the impress of the 'seal of said
L. a. colinly( ,t niy cilice in Browuville, this
I ' 8ta day of July A. 1. 135. .
E E. PARKER, Ccunty Clerk.
Brownville, July 11. 1S59.
The Complete Ball-Koom Hand
5?ook. COXTAIN1XU upward of 300 dances Including all the
niaft fashionable Dances, Waltz, Polka, Maourka,
SchottUhe, (ial'.opade, Common and i'ulka Rcdowa,
Quadrille or Cotillions, Varsovienne, Gorlitia,
Madrillianne, Eletczka, Espannole, two, three aud
live step Waltzes, &c, &c. Also, commou Waltzes
and Polka Contra Dances ; May day, Christmas and
Xcw Year's Dances. With elegaut 1! lustrations,
and full explanations, and every variety of the
latest and most approved figures, and calls for the
different chivces, and Rules on Deportment and the
Etiquette of Dancing. Price 37 cents. Scut free of
1 postage tn receipt of the price.
A XEW EDITION, edition embracing all the most mod
em modes of play, and the rules practiced at the
prcj-ent time in Chess, Billiards, Wbu-t, Draughts,
and all other popular games, with sixteen games
adapted to the now Yankee Xotlons cards. Edited
by T. ERERK. Price iu paper covers, 50cts, neatly
bound in cloth 75cts. Sent free of postage on receipt
of the price.
Frerc's dices Hand-Book.
COXTAIN1XG elementary instruction, tho Laws of
Chess, fifty select games by the first players, ending
of games, and the defeat of "the Muzio Gambit."
Also, thirty-one of thechoicest problems. By Ths.
Ercre. Price 60 cents. A liberal discount to the
IVcw Chess Hook!
MOHPHl 'S GAMES OF CHESS, and Frere's Prob
lem Tournament, containing all of Morphy'a most
interesting games of Chess, played in Europe and
America. Also, forty original cheas problems,
never before published, composed by the most cele
brated masters. Price60cts.- Sent free of postape,
on receipt of the price. A liberal discount to the
T- V. STBONG, Publisher, -1)3
Xaau st., Xew York.
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dowment, for the relief of the sick and distressed,
cjfiicted trith Virulent and Epedemie Disease. -
THE Howard Association, in vicvof the awful instruc
tion of human lifeeauted by Sexual diseases, and the
deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims nf .such
disease by Quacks, several years ago directed their Con
sulting Surgeon, as a charitable act worthy or their
name, to open a dispensary for tho treatment of this
class of diseases, iu all their forms, aud to give Medical
Advice f'rratis to all who apply by letter, with adescrip
tion of their condition (age, occupation, habits of life,
jlc ) and in case of extreme poverty, to furni.-h medicines
free of charge. It is needless to add that the Associa
tion commands the highest Medical skill of the age, and
will furnish the most approved modern treatment.
The Directors of the Association, iu their Annual Re
nual Report upon the treatment of Sexual. Diseases,, ex
press the highest satisfaction with the oceM whii kti
attended the lalorsof their Surgeons in the euro of Sper
matorrhoea; Seminal Weakness; Gouorrhoca; Gleet;
Syphilis; the vice of Onanism or self-abuse, disease of
ibe Kidneys and Bladder, &.c, and order a coutinuanco
of the same plan for the ensuing year.
The Directors, on a review cf the past, feel assured
that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort have
been of great benefit to the aftlixted, especially to tho
young, and they have resolved to devote themselves,
w ith renewed zeal, to this very important and much de
A u admirable Reiort on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, the vice cf Onani.-m, Masturbation at self
abme. and other di;eases of the Sexual organs, by the
Consuming Surgeon, will be sent by mail (in a scaled
envelope) FREE OF CHARGE, on tbe receipt- of TWO
STAMI'Sf r postage. Other reports and Tracis on the
nature and treatment of Sexual diseases, diet, ftc, arc
constantly beintr published for gratuitous distribution,
and will tescnt to the afllicteJ. Some of the new re
medics andnietbods of treatmnets discovered during the
last year are of great value.
Address for Report or treatment, DR. J. SKILLIX
noi'GHTOX, Acting Surgecn, Howard Association, Xo.
2, South Ninth Street, Philadelphia.
By order of the Directors,
EZRA D. n ART WELL, PrcJideDt.
Eo. Fairciiild, Secretary.
July 14, lSoS-ly
D. H. M'LAUGJILIN CHAS. HORSEY
Mclaughlin &. dohsey.
jfcjP UlJS Jf
Main Street, Brownville, X.T-,
Buy and sell Land Warrants, make out and file declar
atory statements; make out pre-emption papers; pay
taxes, investigate titles ;
Buy and sell property on commission; furnish land
warrants for time entries, and attend to all other tusi
ness connected with a general land agency business.
Particular attention paid to tho selection of Govern
ment land and the location of land warrants for parties
residing at a distance. ,
McLAl'UIILIX &. DORSET respectfully refer to
George H. Xixou, Esq., Resistor Browuville Land
Chtrlcs B. Smilh, Esq., Receiver of Tubltc Moneys'
Xemaha Land District.
Robert W. Furnas, Esq., Editor Advertiser Brownville
Messrs. Lusbbaueh &. Carson, Bankers, Brownville,
Hon. W. M. T. Hamilton, Hagerstown. Maryland.
Lewis R. Xcwcomcr Esq. Baltimore, Md.
O II Barnet, Esq , Dayton. Ohio.
Hon. Fenncr Furguson, Delegate In Congress from
XebraskaTcrrritory, Washington, D. C.
John A. Beal, Esq.. Attorney at Law, Peru, Ind.
Brownville, April 22. ne4:Mf
JOSEPH L. ROY,
3FL OS JEm
DROWXTILLE, IV. T.
PAY 1? OUR DEBTS J !
Those indebted to me ore hereby notified that
they can liquidate their indebtedness with corn at
the highest market price, delivered at the store of
I. T. h byte in l'rownville. This request is made
only because I am in debt niysclt, and cannot raise
the money, but can make use of corn. Such an ar
rangement will bo taken as a great accommoda tion
under present circumstances. JESSE NOEL.
Brownville, Dec., 2, 1S58.
Ague ! Ague ! !
A Xcw Chemical Discovery.
Foremost among 11 the different remedies offered
to the public for the cure of this disease stands
'Wards Telegraph Tonic' Being entirely vegetable,
free from the use of quinine and arsenic, of which
most of the 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
it once and satisfy yourselves that tho Ague can be
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, by Crane A Hill,
Brownville, N. T., and by dealers every where.
All orders must be addressed to W. W. Ward,
Leavenworth, Kansas, General Agent for Kansas
and the Western States.
July 14, 1859. 3m
. MISS MARY TURNER,
Mam Street, Brownville, Nebraska,
nas iust received a fresh supr.ly of
Consisting of Xew Style
Ribbons, Laces, Flowers,
And the finest and best materials for manufacturing
auytbing in the millinery line.
April 1st, '59 uiO-ly
A MEMORANDUM BOOK, which the owner can
have by calling at this office, describing and paying
ofr ttia advef tiamest.-
T 'Proprietors of the " j '
lSUOlYX TILLS, X. T.
THIS HOTEL haj lately been entirely recited
and tae proprietors can nowaure the public that
they will meet with evory convcck'ucl aui comfort
usaaily found at a first class hotel. '
Mr. Berry, the Jr., partner was formerly connected
with the same house,' and has had Utrc experience
iu thu hotel business ia the East.
EDWARDS 1 BEKUV.
Brownville. Jnne 16th, 1S59. I,.. ... . 51-6ia
1 A. wTEIaLIOTT,
AMU . 'Jr '
Cor. Rroadwav and YVaMi Street.
ST. LOUlSMlSSOL'Iil. -
Hav ing purchased the entire Nursery stock of John
SipgersonSs. Bro., I am prepared to otrer to the public
the largest and bet selected stock cf Fruit Shade, and
Ornamental taees, shrubs and plants ever offered for
sale in the Weft. We arc determined to offer such in
ducements to tree planters and the trade a Vfir eo-aro
the most entire satisfaction. .Descriptive cttaU gueswill
bo furnished, and any information gien". by artiffcsstrig,
A. W. ELLIOTT,
Saint Louis, Mo.
November 35, '68-Iy.'
Wit hue vi hand.'priutcd la r-pctior- ")-W.. jr. for
alcielp ti: ca?B, frcsU i0ip;y if I i' . i. 1
- Trust De&d?. Eouds for Dsed",
'; Justice, Sheriff and Constats!! Elanl..
Ulan rremptifan Faptrf, ' '
TawnaSip jpiats. Utila IaJinjr."
Draft. Note, etc., tc.vtc.
7 j whjcH wo call tie epwial attrnM u .r tlNir iu ei-L
Job Print in of any aud every tfe-K'i pi i. n riwuted
toiler in a style Inferior to none, pr-jJin-r-l iui.r part if
the country. Wo except a in t Ve-I..r eiVc
nhere, aad oCer specimen vt our vurk i inMfik
' Send Pour' Slumps for a Specimen' of '
"NEWS FROM HOME."
A WiiV1v snmmirv of Mi latn?t intf-Ilienee re
ceived from England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and
the British Possessions in efery part of tho world,
and tevoted to politics, literature, scicr.ee, art, his
tory, isc, c. - .....
Tlie K.cws from Home"
Will be forwarded j.oUgi frto upoa receipt of
subscription, vix : ' . . c j j j
$'2 for one year ; ?I tor six months1; '5 J cents for
Postmasters and newiarier fiffieers are authorized
to act as agMit. A liberal allowance mado to par
ties getting vp clubs.
Address- ' TOWXDROW AI)A
Editors and Proprietors, New York.
Afril ll,'5:)-ly . 7
XOTICD L Hereby given to all persons interested
in tho Estate of the. Ute OUjrer P. KclIj.Uto oOV
raahii county, Nebraska Territory, d2ceascd, to ap
pear at thootlioeof the Probate Judge of said county
at Browpville, on Tuesday the Vth day of August,
lSi'.), at ten o'clock, a. m., to show cause why Jumcs
N. lvclly, Administrator of said Estate, should not
be authorized to sell the following described real
property of saideatate, to-wit tho southeast quar
ter of section 23, in totvnehip 5, north, in range 15,
cast, of land situate in said Nemaha county, or so
much thereof "ns may" be neje?nry "ta satisfy such
debts against said Ealo as still remains unpaid.
Ordered that the abovo notir-o be published, four
successive weeks in the NeLratkn Adt'.riiner ' 1 -
Given undot my hand tbi i 25th day of Juno, 1859.
v . : 1!-J. WHITNEY, Probate Judo. ,
Juno 30th, 135'J. nl-lt J5
Probate Notice: '
WIIEREAS it appears that therenre claims exist
ing against the Estate of (leorge W. Blakely, de
ceased ; I have appointed Monday tho 5th of Sep
tember next as the nl day for hearing all claims
against said E.-tate, nrd all persons having claim
against enid .-'tat aro h-ebyr notified 'to- file the
same at my ollioc, or with tho Adni'ctftrator of said
Estate on or before (hat day, or they will be forever
barred from recovering su'-fi claims and ftvra setting
otT the santo in auy action whatever.
Given under my haml this 27th day of June. 1S59.
R. J. WHITNEY, Prolate Judge.
Ordered that the above notice be published for six
successive weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser.
.' E.'JV WillTNEY.
N A T II A N B L A ! v L L Y, A d m i s t ra t o r .
Beatrice, Unge county, N. T. t
June 30th, $59..;L -U":-J nolvi-6t-$7
- - 'Frob-itc) Notice.
WnEREA.S application has been made to the
Probate Court of Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, for the- appointment of a General Administra
tor of the Estate of Charles M.Grecver. late of said
county, deceased, not ic! is hereby given that Satur
day the 6ih d iy-f f Aaguit, is tae lxr appointed for
bearing said applications, at my ofiToe in Brownville,
in ?aid county, when and w here all persons interest
ed in said Estate niay appear and show cause why
Heath Nuckolls shall net bo a pointed said adminis
trator. Given tinder my hand this 29!h day of Jnnc,lS59.
R. J. WHITNEY, rrotifto.Tu.rge.
June 30th, 1859. n?-6t-?7
WHEREAS '.application, hasbeea made tc, th
Probata Court , .of Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory," for' the aj pointmcnt of a General Administra
tor to the Estate of Mary Simpson, late of said coun
ty, deceased, notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concern, that Thursday the 4tli day of August,
A. D. 13.V.I, is the Jay set for the hearing of said ap
plication at my rtTre in. Rrownvillo, in said county,
when and where nil persons intcrcstei hro required
to appear and show cause why William Hoblitzcll
should not be appointed as said Administrator.- '
Given under my hand tit office this 2-M day of June,
1850. li. J. WHITNEY,
June 23d, 1S59. 52-fit-i?7
Whereas; it has been mode to 115 pear t. my satisfac
tion, th t tberc are claims cxtf-tnte atu.ist the entate of
Willis tliil, littc of Nemaha cAuiity. Nebraska Territory,
deceased; ntdicc is lereby given, that I have aj ixiinted
Monday the 8th day of August, a 1) 1569, as the day for
the hearing of said claims, and all persons having claims
aaainst the said estate are hereby notified to file the
same at my office oil or before that day. or ihey will be
fore cr barred from recovering such c!aifns, and from
setting off the same in any action whatever.
Oivcn under mv hand, this 14th day of lebruarv, A D
ISM. 11. J. WHITNET, I'rYltcJude.
Ordered that tho ,ib r notice be puMls-bdi for three
successive weeks in the Scbrask'i Advertiser.
' . i:. J. WHITNEY.
Brownville, July 7, 1853 $t.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Tuesday, Amriitt Sth,
1S39, is the day appointed fur the tinal sett lenient o.f the
Estate of fieorge Lewi.-, decea.ed, late of Ncmjha
county, Nebraska Territory, at my nice in Itrownvil'.e
in said county, at 9o'clotk A M, when all persons in
tercsted in said estate j.iay attci.J 3 n-sl sbo- cause, if
any, why the accounts of David Lewis, adminstratur of
said estate, should not he allowed.
Jt. J. WUrrSEr, Trobate Judge.
July 7th, 18o3. 3t $2
NOTICE is hereby given, that Tuesday, August 9th,
1S09, is tbedny pointeil for the final settlement of the
Kstate of X. (i. Titus, deceased, late of Jernaliacounty,
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 t-aid estate,
sUould not be allowed.
. . R- J.JWEITXZr, r.-fctate Jud;e. " "
J'llylth. 1H5!. 3U-)2
Notice Is hereby given tht I bare appointed Monday
the 19th day or SeptcmU-r, 1S59 .; a alay for the hear
ing of claims against the estate of D. C. Patterson, late
of Jones county, X.T., deceased, and all persons having
claims against said estate are here? notified to lPe the
samo at my clTke on 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 ad ion whatever.
Given tinder my baud at Beatrice. nue cotintr. X. T.,
this 18th day of July, 1S63. N ATHAN BLAKELT,
n2-6w Probate Judge, Ex-Ojficio.
Lost Land TVarrants.
ALL persons are hereby notified that oa or about the
spring of the yer or ls?57, I encloeed in a letter Laud
Warrant n, 6u,S30fnr liiJ acres issued ta Rebecca J hn
widow of Lemnel John, iiihW a-tof March -Id, 1S55,
and mai led said letter at Xenia, Oaio, !irectel to Henry
Ilerrinaton, Brownsville, Xemaha county; X. T., that
said latter and warrant never reached its destination,
and has been lost or stolu, that I hava Cled a caveat in
the General Land Office to prevent the issae.ct a patent
upon said warrant, and tim I intend to apply to the
Commissioner of Pensions to hare a duplicate of said
warrant issued. ,
- " - D CORBET.
3nTf. 13th. !S.r)9. . ' -'-- v- 6t
The undersigned h iving bought the Mills for
merly owned by Dr. Hoover of Nemaha City, is now
prepared to grind Com', Wheat, and saw Lumber on
the'most rca.oiibl term. Pivsessipg the best wa
ter privilege in Nemaha county, ho can at all times
accommodate his customers on ihtrt notice with the
best quality of grist.
From his store at tho mill he is always prepared"to
furnish the best quality of Groceries, Wines and
Liquors, and farmers will save 20 percent by dealing
with hiu: instead of grdngto other places.,
Julyl'Jth nl'tf J. G. MELVTN."
Jluy Voux Warrants
07 J. JIcCOXIILE, Paraaam street, Omaha, Xebrait.-
11 Ik LS PI11XL 13 1 G G ! liS .1 1 1 IU D
And wi;r piod. more gc:d tTiau aoj e'Lor l.gi'.an ji
jiiCwVCCd, and . '
City Boot & Shoe Store,
Will make jcu a superior patr-of b.ts r a!(. if y..ri
call or leave jour1 measure, or hr will kcll n a rbe;er
gaiter, a neattr alive, or prairie N:. and lai'a e
gaiter or iIip-rrs, cheaptr than "' '-tl.cr U'or A et
of M. b'UH. Km9l0ymgg.il 1 wjikmrnr and aeepiu a
variety f material and IriiiiuuiUs I. r li. tiir ihji'iIim.
ture, 1 hop to eowive thai liberal patroiiatre herp..itr
be-tue4 on me. Give me a ca.il. W. T. DKN..
BrownvilleJ ulj 57, 1&69 hi
T. 31. TALK OTT,
ITaving located himself iu Urownvi'.lo, !'. T., Un
ders his professional services to thccomiauuity.
All job warranted.
THE undersigned, do;-iring to -Uart about thelOrii of
September for Texas, will eli either trr cj-b in hainl or
upon a short time U eMKl men : One Dm elltiuT Ho:e in
the City of Brownville with Two Lots enclosed,, a d
gjrdeu and outhouses upca the premise.
To Uood Vauint Lm i:i Srownviiie itnre-l near lfe
. . . i . .
lem1 inj t.mmrni iwr iinpinen i'iirpr-s. -
l'J3 Acrp.4 ff ltlnl ill Npniahx ioiiifv mor f 1 i-w,iirl
river; well limlercd and, watered.
One hair of an Orieinal Sldr lcin.il 50 lut.l t:i thm
Town of Asp.'nwall.
Nine Lots in "McLennan' addition'' to Ncbriaka City,
near Nebraska City barf.
The ullderigued rinds the flrn-t deMrtr.ient Cf hi
afT.iirs in a very einUarrasoirig ctol : t h .a ." If th-ie U
n.u in.lMl.t.l t.. tt ITt t,..M r ...... ...1 . ..!
their little iolea and accounts, be mil lake it as a ureal
kindness upon their part, ami ill l' happy to prespiit
each of thetu with a .liKbt token of hi- IiikIi rird it
toe form of a small receipt, neatly writKi,"Wiih
auiugra.u aj';ici:ucu iuc: ciu.
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For sale by J. II.MAVXfc i
ind by all druggists generally.
y s & z -r ,
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, DfowuviUe, X. T.,
HE ii 1MB
JOHN W. -MIDDI.ETON, ;
ffk liMlfcni informs the ii;i ;ir t; it be lu
L-lCii bxated himself hi tld. fit , au 1 iuriurd
to erve tho? in waul of ar ytLI-i ; ;n hix line,
lie has ielertcd hU ftoclc itltli nre and will ruannf .t 1 11 in
a No. 1 article of everything oirered. lledvetnn it un
neceiary toenutJienttr; but w ill keppon hand evey arti
cle usually obtained in Saddle and llu. ncs r,.r.
JOUN W. MIDiJLKTON.
Brownville May 12. tioitt-Ctii
Whereas application han been m-U tf the Probitw
Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska Terr.l-iry fi r th
naieof certain real property ul the Eitaf( cf T'.j:jn
Welch, deceased, late or raid county, in orler toi ,iani
means to satisfy the debts atraimii sij tfal4. tu-tic." ii
hereby given that Saturday the 10;ti d,iy of Septe mber
185i, at 10 o'clock A. It., U the day a; pointed f ,r hir
ing said a 11 imU ion at my me iu UroxiiMlle in mid
county, be:l aurf wber" all peMunx irtiVeited tiny at
tend and nli, w c'ise wliy an order f:r I tie kale of ibe
folbv;iis desoriT'ciJ Unit telonpjng t.) hhA e-tste lioiy
not be grant.) to Cif : Tlie imrthwct quarter f f-c- -ticn
15, iu township 1, north of rjnue loca-t of the nirh
principal meridian, in therunnty and Territory a tore-aid
II. J. WUItXKV, Pr-bate J.t.'re,
AuguM 1th, 1803. 61 $T
hers of new.papori are re
spectfully cautioned not to incrt the laNeh l re."
specting myself, of a young fellow aumic;; apre;n h
name, cb'rch apiicnrcd in several newspaper of liftv.
Such notices would not bq adir.itte 1 where he is
known. He cannot rea l nor write, but hires toiaa
one to copy wf till.
... ' ?. C SMITU, M.P.,
Propriefor of SainiV Electric Oil. n'W-tf
IX) R SALE bf
Omaha. X. T
j. jf rcoxinn.'
A Competent Surveyor '
M'HO is personally acquainted with all the Land now
offered for ale in the Omaha L'Utrict c i.ne. red witu
Omaha, X. T. - in I
TIIE Copartnership heretofore exi'ting between
Hoadley, A Muir has tbi ? day been dis?oIrcd by
mutual eonwnt. '
Those hiving accoonSi agiinst tlm .iid firm will
rdon.i. Tirn-jpnt them for TVvintMit. niitl tltoi. imlrKt,.tt
will plcait! rUaka paytnest to eithvr of the lt f rtn.
K0P.T. v. num.
Juno lit, 'o9. ii if
Dwelling llonsc For Kent,
0 Apply to
. WM. H. HOOVE 1:.
June 1st '39. 4 tf
Dwelling House for Rent.
THlf underi?ned will reut on liberal term, ..
prompt and careful tenant, the no.si c .mniiKiioii. etie
Kant and cliigiMy situated dwelling house in the.n rv 1 f
Krownvilie an excellent cistern, all ncce-Kary u'
CVrWie, and a Cn garden wiih ati.tbe veetabie ol im?
6easoi ru aa advanced state of cultivation, upon the
presi!. V. L. McGART.
May 19. . lio47-tf
TIIK Copartnership aerct-'fore existing-between the
uii'lcrsinne-J u thp ruercintile bc-iiies t r the Cut of
i:rovuliIe, tas.li.is iay bceu disdvcl bv mutn.il con
sent. " ' J h. .MeALLISTEa,
jno. a. roNX.- .
A XOTE of hand, calling forever one honlred d.ntrs.
whrth' owner can have' by calling at thii odueaiid payirg
for this advertisement. '
' LANDS ENTERED
ASD TVarrants Located bv
J. JIcCOXlILJ, Oaat.
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