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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1859)
T F lEjAD YERTISEI1.
'.CROWN VILLK, AUG. 125, 169..
$ 2 00
T I : H M S :
,. ". at the end ot 6 months,
'. n f " " " "12 "
tlo of 1$ or more will Le famished at $1,50 per
(jtiam provide 3 the cash aott.uipaiiieb the order, not
cihrr-.v i. e. vvw,vwKv,y, (w.l
f J. The ' "Nebraska Advertiser " having
xnuch the largest circulation of any paper in
tho Territory, Wholesale Merchants .in St.
jjouii, gt- JoseP Cincinnati and other East
ern markets where Nebraska merchants pur
chase, will flnJ no better advertising medium
in the Western country.3
craalia Co. Agricultural Society.
The officers of the Nemaha County
'.Agricultural Society are hereby notified
13 meet at the office' of J-udge Whitney,
in liro'iiville, on Saturday September 3d
t '3 o'clock P. M.
Ik:Jness of importance connected with
the approaching County Fair demands a
5 ZitrMl, interested in this matter,
whether officers or members of the So
ciety or not, are earnestly invited to be
jTe?fi;t. "I" a multitude of councilors
there is" said to be.,4vjsdom.".
II. V. FURNAS, Secretary.
; Oar readers will be gratified to learn
tJ.Vt this very excellent Journal of Amer
ican aii(l Fngliih Patents, Science, Art,
Discovery, Inventiqn, &c.,- &c, published
ly the American Patent Company, at
(.'iacinnati, Ohio, is now the Cheapest
Sucntific and Mechanical Paper in the
World. The Company having an im
UPiise. capital of SI 00,000, have recently
rrtolvt'd to place the terms of the Artisan
i ljiv that everybody can subscribe for
ii. We advise all our readers to send for
t'pecimen espy, and determine forthem
f lves whether it is not well worth 81 GO
U fifty-two papers. It is .fully up with
h times in Illustrations, Scientific and
'' chanical information. Tliis Company
is a regularly incorporated institution, and
cmiprises in its directory ?ome of the
. I ading men in Cincinnati. It is largely
engaged in selling well as soliciting
Fine Melons. . ..
, The present season has been produc
tive of an unusual number and quality of
r.K'lcns of nil kinds. The "Advertiser"
tfH'.e Ins been fortunate in being "re
riPMicred." I Thp past work,-Mr. Casey has placed
ts tr.iJer. '.'obligations" for a donation in
: To Mr. M'Cathron, too, we are in
' d'ltted as a kind "remembrance."
loneer Book-Bind cry.
We oil attention to the advertisement
of W. F. Kitlh, of Council Blutf, Iowa.
e often hear inquiries as to where a job
of Look-linding can be done. Mr. K.
E.isdone for' us several jobs, and we take
pleasure in recommending him to our
readers in want of any work in his line.
Comfort & TIce
Will accept the thanks of the "Adver-
folks for that apple "treat."
Thia prompt, reliable and popular Mis-
fturi River boat reached our wharf on
Friday evening from St. Louis. We
0.T! sorry to find Mr. Wilc ox "under
te weather" confined to his room by
e, knoss hope he will "be about" on his
Mum. Our thanks for papers,
t . .
The Washington Monument New
rTLe Washington Star enumerates some
oftht recent contributions of blocks for
e Washington Monument:
' "One is a block of white marble, in
tl'Uli is inserted a curiously carved head,
:th this inscription beneath: 'This head
a carved between two and three thou
anJ yrars ago by the ancient Egyptians
-( r their temple erected in honor of Au
reus, on the lanks of the Nile ; and
ta'"jht from there by J. F. Lcnnan.and
printed to the Washington Monument,
A Mock from the citizens of the United
States residing in Feo-chow-foo, China.
bv the officers of the
am frigate Saronac, ISoo. Another
;,fn the Governor and Commune of the
arjil of r-ros and Naxos, Grecian Archi-
2'3U's residing in Foo-chow-foo, (
r-e from the Greek government,
'u the Temple of . Esculapius, hi
.s; presented by the otlicers'
Oliijf is a nursery of Governors. Shan
and Medary have been Governors in
Wieas. - John liigler, one of the early
Pernors of California, "was a printer in
r?rtDH and Columbus." John B. Weller,
jT-s'.-M Governor of that State, was an
x-wd, Uutler Co., boy, and the National
"ttotrats there, Irave nominated as his
-'I'ssor, Hon. Milt. S. Latham, for'mer
1 Coluinbufs, Ohio. The first Gover--fcf
Texas, was -Burnet, of Cincinnati.
1 U I'. Sickles is said to have rented
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jJ- as the cue occupied last winter ?
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'Sh h adJrcECi to W. W. Ward,
' Legal Notice.
Theodore Hill, 1'iff.j District Court f.,r Gs
I-ai,Kfw,Dir,.f ClKUla4 TCfri"
tJLLviS Kr,' tbc defendant, you
two hundred a,.d fifty dollars arTd twjy "-nt. wi'h
interest on ono hundred and xtv r",j ' 2
Crtj-crcncent, ,.f that fh- r
due : npon a promisor, note piTc?bT jollo Crane
the same rate on the balance of said Hum vi.v eichtv
Aujfuet, ISj'j; forty-four dollars Leinj? due on n
Ullaneed old account between you and M
Oreerbaurn.a.gned to said Minti2,a6J thirty-fix
Iheodore Hill ; and unless you app-ar before 3id
beTellat1!' riyt.,th9 Iieit " 'hereof, o
li (, n it lnn8A.lJ Ctnt' "d Pi""! to said
1 ctition the same will be Ukea as true, and j un
dent rendered accordingly. J
AIcGARY 4 IICWETT.
August IftMSM. 'aO
M:W AXI IIICiffl.Y PROVED
fl'utcntej) MET.1TUC SLW DIALS, manu
factured at Pittsburgh, I'a., and soli by W Vr
ilson, Agent. J ' .'
For AH Latitudes.
In additin to the hour circle, subdivided to show
the true t-rne to nunutcs, these Dials have onrared
Ljuation Tables, showing the differecce between ap
parent aid truo time every day in the year : a mii
ror inserted, which reflects the cloud., t-howin- their
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and very oriiamcr.tal and useful, this valuable work
of art should haro a place on the grounds of all im
proved country residences, plantations, gardens,
lawns, Ac. A cast iron column of Doric Order, three
feet high, is furnished at $5 each. Tho dials are 3
to 0 inches diameter, Priea of No. 4, $15; No. 3
510; Mo. 2, $7; Nr. 1, $6. Tho No. 4 Dial 'and col
umn, $20, is generally preferred. Directions accom
pany by which they are oailyset up and adjusted
to the tni meridian. Order promptly filled.
Aug. IS, 1859. n5.tf
White, Russell A Co., Tiffs. District Court for Ne
va. maha County, Neb 'ka
Albert I'redtnor and j Territory.
T. M. Drydon DSs. j September term 1S59
. The above nnmed defendants, Albert Predmor and
J. M. Drydcn are hereby notified that there is now
on file in the (luce of tho Clerk of the district Court
for Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory, tho peti
tion of White, Hussell & Co., the said plaintiffs,
claiming of said Predmor and Dryden tho sum of
one hundred dollars, with interest from the 1st day
of July 18.')7, at the rate of ten per cent, per annum
on a promissory note executed by them to said plain
tiffs r order, and bearing dato July 17th IS 57. And
that unless the said di -fondants appear and answer
to sail petition on or before tho second day of the
next term of sail Court, to bo begun and held at
Brownvilio in sai l county, on Monday tho 19th day
of Scptciab-.r A. D. LioJ, & default will bo taken
and judgement rendered against them for the
amount claimed in said petition with costs.
JicUAKY A III: WETT, Att'jrs for P:Ts.
August loth, 15'.. . 6-4w-$750
To Thomas L. M'Coy and the Nemaha Valley Back:
You and each of you are hereby notified that
whereas, at tho last (April, a. d. 1859.) term of the
District Court for Nemaha County, Nebraska Terri
tory, judgment was obtained in favor of Stephen F.
Nuckolls and against '"Tho Nemaha Valley Bank"
for tho rum of three hundred and thirty-six dollars
and eighty-seven cci;t-', upon which said judgment
execution ha? been issued and returned in pr.rt un
satisfied, and whereas said judgment was obtained
upon Bills of said Bank issued to circulate as cur
rency, and the sum of three hundred and six dollars
and eighty cents remains unpaid thereon, the Plain
tifl' has filed his ictllion in the ofTn-e of the Clerk of
the District Court Jur said Nemaha county, asking
that judgment for the amount remaining unpaid cs
aforesaid be cr.tered up r.gains: tho said M'Coy as a
srockLoldcr Id" siiid Bank ns well as against :aid
Bank, ai.d furthermore a.-king an attachment,
against the property of you the said M'Coy, and
furthermore charging that Kichard Brown h is prop
erty of "the Ntmaha Viillcy Bank in his hand, and
asking that he be ordered to appear and answer con
cerning the same on the m-irnii gof the second day
of the next term of said Court : and you and each
of you arc further notified that unless you appear on or
b' f'rc the morning of thesec nlday of the next term
of the said Court to be begun and held at B.-ownville
in said county on the 13ili day of September, A. 1.
ltij'J, and plead to said petition, tho allegations there
of will be laken as true and judgment rendered ac
cordingly. McCAItY A IIEWETT,
Att'ys for Plaintiff.
Brownville, N. T.. Aug. 17,VJ. 0-5t-$l0
EE I A WASTED.
I wirh to employ a good, steady band, to labor as
a farm hand for the term of one year.
Pursuant to an order of the Probate Court, made
on the tab day of Augu?t, A. D. 1859, I. James
N. Kelly, Administrator of the Estate of Oliver P.
Kelly, late of Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory,
deceased, will offer for sale at public vendue, on
Saturday the 17th day of September, 1859, between
the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and the setting sun, at
the door of the office of li. J. Whitney, in Brown
vilio in said Nemaha County, to the highest bidder,
for cash in hand, the following described real prop
erty as n part of said Estate, to-wit : The South
east quarter of section number 2., in township num
ber 5, north, of range number 15 east of the sixth
principal meridian, in Nemaha county, N. T.
JAMES N. KELLY.
Ordered that the above notice be published for six
successive weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser.
K. J. WHITNEY, Probate Judge.
Brownville, Aug. 11th, 1S59. n5-fit-$7
To Joseph Proud, Lacr ns H. Johnson, and til
others whom it may concern. You are hereby noti
fied that I will appear at the Land Office at Brown
ville, Nebraska Territory, on Thursday the 1st day
of September, as 2 o'clock p. m., to prove up my
right of pre-emption to the West half of tho north
east quarter and tho E.ir-t half of the Northwest
quarter cf section number 24, in towmdiip 4, north
of range 6, cast of 6th principal meridian.
' IUA DIXON.
To Altiert Clark and all others whom It may concern
You are licret'.v nutitleil that 1 will8piesr at the Land
Ofliecin Brownville. X. T. on S.itur lay, the 3nl day of
Sontenilier 1SS9, at 2 oVIK-k P 5t. to prove up my rii:r.tcf
prc-cmi'tiou to the j:astha'f of theX. E., and Xortheast
quarter of $. K. quarter of tetioii no. 7, Tjwnliip no.
4. liange no. 7, cast of the six?h principal meri.lian.
JAS. il. D. L. MAPES.
Aup. 20. 1S59 7 2t
A promissory nolo on Wui. L. ChasUue fur twenty
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July, U, lh59.- .
THE Copartnership leretoforo existing betwepn the
undtrsigned in the mercantile husiness In the City of
urownvllle, Las this, day teen dissolved by mutual con-teut-
.T P.. MCALLISTER,
JNO. A. roNX.
Code of Ordinances
Passed ly tht Board of Trustees for the
Town of Peru, Xemaha County, jY. T.,
at their regular mcitinnhtld August 2d,
IS VJ. . '
Ordinance No. 1.
Sec. I. ? if (irJaincl . the l!.,ard TmvUe
fifit T'urnof I'eru, Xrmaka 0fty, S. afA
lor: There shall be a town clerk, appointed by
the board of trustees, whosedutyitsball be to keep
true minutes of all the doines of fiid board at all
their meetings, to see that all ordinances arc publish
ed in some cewspapor published withia S'etnaha
County, and prerye all proper evidences of such
publication, aud perforin all otherduties pertaining
to I n ;h o!Ticn.
t'e:. 2. There shall also be apptdnted an assessor,
wh jsj duty it shall be to take a l.st of all tho taxable
property, b.jth ral and rsonal in the town, and at
tach thereto the truo value thereof ; such list and
ass-issment to be main annually and filed with the
clerk of the board on or before the first day of Sep
tember. .e.;. 3. There shall bo a treasurer appointed,
whoso duty it shall be to receive and nafely 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 tho loard, and before
entering upon tho duties of hia office be shall mako
and execute to the board such bond as may be requi
red and approved by the board, conditioned that he
will faithfully discharge all the duties of treasurer
according to law, and shall, at anytime when re
quired by tho board, report the amount of money in
the treasury, with all other matters pertaining to
Sec. 4. There shall also be appointed by tho loard
a Street Commissioner. whosedutyitshnHbc tokeep
open, repair and otherwise improve the streets and
alleys of the town, and see that tho citizens and lot
holders perjorm all tho work required of them by
ordinance, and perform all other duties required of
him pertaining to his office.
Sc;. 5. There shall also be appointed a town con
stable, whose duty it shall bo 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 the same over to tho
treasurer, taking bis receipt for the same, and per
form all other duties pertaining to his office, and.
beforo euteringupon the duties of his office, fie shall
make and execute to the board rjch 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 cf the board which may
imposo duties or require bis services.
Sec. 6. That there shall be no orders drawn on
the treasurer unless ordered by the board, which
ordjr and direction shall be entered and appear on
the minutes of tho meeting ordering the same. The
said otdcrs shall be signed by the chairman of tho
board, and counters;gned by the clerk, and made
payable to the person in whose favor it is drawn. AH
orders shall be numbered respoc'.ively as i'tied and
datad on the Eame day, and 6hall be paid by the
treasurer in the order of their number and date, un
less otherwise ordered by tho board. The Treasurer
shall, when any order is presented to him for pay
ment and not paid, endorse cn the back of such order
stating that the within has been presented, and date
and sign the same, which endorsement shall entitle
the holder to ten per cent, per annum on the amount
the order calls for, from the dato of such endorse
raont. PROVIDING FOR WOKK ON STREETS.
Sec. 7. That all able bodied male inhabitants of
the town, over the age of eighteen and under the
age of fifty years, shall work at least two days in
each year on the streets of tho town, under the su
pervision of the Street Commissioner , at such wori.
as Slid commissioner shall designate, or pay for each
day eo failing to work the sum of one dollarand fif
ty cents, provided that the said commissioner shall
givo six days previous notice, either by serving a
written notice or by advertising the same by posting
up at least four advertisements iu the most public
places in the town, said notice to designate the place
where said work is to bo done, the kind of tools or
implements to bo used, and tho hour of tho day in
which said work is to be commenced: the clerk shall
furnish the commissioner wit h a list of all hands sub
ject to work on said streets. All persons who shall
bo legally notified as above, and shall fail to work
on sa.id streets, cither by himself or by a legal sub
stitute.shall be returned to the board a delinquent,
and if he fails to pay to the collector whn called up
on to do so tho sum of one dollar and fifty cents, the
same may be collected by suit before any justico of
ttc pence in this county, the sarno ns auy other debt
together with costs of such suit. The street com
misdoEcr shall every six months mako and exhibit to
the board a full statement in writing of all his pro
ceedings, petting forti tho amount of money received
and paid out for work, the number of days' work
done under bis supervision, tho number of delin
quents and the amiut of money collected from the
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 authorized, by at least two-thirds
of all the tax-pnyers in the town requiring them, to
levy a higher rate of tax.
It. PEEIiY, President.
P. C. Richards, Secre tary.
Ordinance No. 2.
Sec. 1. if Ordained by the Hoard of Truster
fur the Toicn tf Peru. Xcmaha county, y. 7'., as fol
lows : That it shall not be lawful for any person or
persons to sell r.r dispose of in any ws y, 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
s-iall first have procured a license from the board of
trustees for said town authorizing him or them to
sell the same.
Sec. 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 or keep thesamo.
Sec. 3. That any person or persons violating eith
er of the foregoing sections of this ordinance, shall,
upon conviction thereof before any justice of tho
peace within the county of Nemaha, bo fined any
sum not less than ten dollars nor more than ono hun
R. PEERY", President.
P. C. Richaeps, Secretary.
Ordinance No. 3.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained y the Board of Trutee
for tht. Toim of I'eru, Xnnaha County, X. 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 paid town to the board of trustees, or to
any ono of the town officers who may be legally ap
pointed by said board to grant the tame, for a licen
se t-jopen such saloon or ball alley, and shall, before
any such license shall be granted, file a bond, and
pay to the treasurer of sail board, or other officer
granting said license, such sum as shall be required
by ordinance, tube receipted by said treasurer, and
a license may, at the discretion of said board, be
granted forany term not less than six normore than
twelve months, and for any sum not less than Cfty
dollars nor more than fire hundred dollars.
It. PEERY, President.
P. C. RicnAKns, Secretary.
NOTICE is hereby given to Irene Gilmore, widow
of William (lilmorc, Charles Gilmoro, James Y.
Calkins and Elizabeth Jane Calkins his wife and all
others whom it may concern, that by virtue of a
certain Deed of Trust executed for and by William
Gilnoro to Joseph F. Mitchell, to socure tho turn of
$111, and dated Aug. 10th, 3 858, and recorded on
pngo C4, Mortgage Record No. 1, of Nemaha County,
Nebraska, I, Joseph F. Mitchell, tho Trustee named
in s:iid Deed of Trust, will on Thursday Sept. 8th,
18.V.I, between the hours of nine o'clock, A.M. nnd
4 o'clock P. M at tho premises described, sell ts the
highest bidder, for cash in band lawful money, the
following describMi Real-estato situate in said Ne
maha county, N. T., viz : The South-we3t 4' of the
North-west i and the North-west i of the South
west 1 of sec. 12, township 0, range 14, east 6th
priu:ipal meridian, together with all the buildings
tenements, improvements and appurtenances thereto
belonging; said sale to be made to meet the said
note of ilil, bearing even date with said Deed of
JOSEPTI F. MITCHELL, Trustee."
Iliownviile, Aug. 11, 1359. no5-4t-$750
Stephen F. Nuckolls, plff. District Court for Ne
va, j maha County, Nebraska
W. S. Hail, - Territory.
Russell Pccry, and September term 1S59
U. S. Ilightower.- I
The nbovs named defendants are hereby notified
that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk
of the district ccurt for Nemaha County, Nebraska
Territoiy, the petition of Stephen F. Nuckolls who
claims of them the sum f nincty-nino dollars and
eeventy-threo cents, with interest from the 16th day
of March, A. P-. 1833, at the rate of thirty-six per
cent, per annum on a promissory note dated Sept
ember lath, ISiS. and- executed to R. W. Frame,
Secretary of the Peru town company or crier, and
that unless they appear before the district court at
the next term thereof for Nemaha County aforesaid,
to be held at Drownvilto in raid county oa Monday
the ll'th day cf September 1S59, and answer to said
petitien on or before the second day of said term,
tho said petition will be taken as true and judge
ment by default will be rendered against said defen
dants for tho amount claimed with interests and
costs. McOARY A IIEWETT,
Atterneva for Plaintiffs.
Aua-nst 15th 155?. 6-4-?750
Iodine and Sarsaparllla
YTi:i cure 1 diseases arising from aa impure state cf
the blood, or a depraved condition ol tbe tiuUUcf tbc
system, vis: cancers, swelling of Ibeglmda, rbcumat
luui, wnite ewel lings, chronic sore eyes, piles, oolls,
erysipelas, goitres, pains In tbe bone3 and joints, ul
cers In tbe mouth and throat, and all cLrouic constitu
tional diseases. Tut niedicme tearche out tbe very
routs of tbe disease ty purif) iug tbe blocd, and changing
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which renders the cure certain and permanent.
Dr. Eatterly't Iodine and Sartaparilla will cure the
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ery pirticle of mercury which it in the System, and cure
its bad effects.
It will cure secondary typhilit or vencral disease,
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the pores of the skin, and res-tore the patient to a per
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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 Lear in
mind that Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla will
cure all nervous diseases, female cotnploiuts, dropsy,
graveo, diseases of the kidney', bladder, and urinary
organs, in a few days.
It will remove pimples and blotches from lhe face,
and make the skin clear, white and beautiful as ala
baster. It does this by pnrifyingjthe blood, and by its
proaipt action cu the liver, kidneys, and secretory or
gans, producing vigorous health.
Persons who have long been afBicied with scrofula, old
sores, tetter, ringworm, scald head, blotches, eruptions
of the tkin, and all cutaneous diseases, are advised to
procure Gridley's Salt Rhouni and Tetter Ointment to
apply oil the sores and diseased parts, when using Dr.
Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla. The Iodine and
Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, and causes the sores to
discharge their putrid matter, and the ointment heals
then. When both are used (which I always recommend)
a permanent and rad cal cure is always eiTected. They
are the best and ruo&t powerful curatives known tunian.
A fair trial is all I ask I do not foar 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 cf Third anp Chestnut streets, St. Louis, Mo.,
sole proprietor, to whom all orders must ho addrcsed.
Jrj-Sold by J. 11. MAUN Sl CO., Druggists, Brown
ville, N. T-, nd ty Druggists generally.
lDr. Carter's Cougn ISalsam
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 Ilcart, and all diseases of the Throat,
Chest, and Lungs. No one should neglect a Cough or
Cold a single day. Millions die annually by neglecting
a Common Cold. Coughs and Colds lead to consump
tion, and theu t.j an early death. Reader, have you a
a cough, cold, or any disease of the lungs? Procure at
once that celebrated remedy, Dr. Carter's Cough
Balsam, which never fails to relieve a cough in twenty-four
hours, and always cures the worst cases of
oolds, coughs, ans all diseases of tho throat and lungs in
a few days. Price Trial bottles, 25 cents; large bot
tles, $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
Jr3-DR. EASTEULY, corner Third and Chestnut Strs,
St. Louis, Mo., sole proprietor, tc whom all orders must
be addressed to get lhe genuine. Sold by
J. n. MAUN & Co., Agents,
Brownville, N. T.
jsgrFcYer 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 with ague andf ivcr,
they are advised to procure Dr. Easterly's Fever and
Ague Killer, It is a positive cure speedy end perma
nent. Try it.
Piice $1 per bottle, or 6 bot.lesfor $5.
Dr. Easterlt, corner of Third and Chestnut streets
St Louis, sole proprietor, to whom all orders must be
addrcssep to get the genuine.
Sold by J. II. MAUN & CO, Agents, Brownville.
2ri)r. Baker's Specific will cure
gonorrhea, g'.ect, stricture, seminal weakness, chordee,
diseases of 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
Specifc 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.
rj-Dr. EASTERLT, corner Third and Chestnut strcU
St Louis, Missouri, sole proprietor, to whom all orders
must bo addreesad, to get thegeuuine. Sold by
J. II. MAUN & CO., Drugsists,
Brownvilio, N. T.
Advice. As the hot season is approaching, every
person should prepare their system for tbe change, and
there is no remedy so applicable as ' 'McLean's Strength
enirig Cordial and Blood Purifier." It will purify tbe
blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen and
invigorate the 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
fcru the blood. AVe say to all, try it! It is delicious
to take. See the advertisement in another column.
Two Bay Mares in Charge
ON Monday the 27th of June, 1859, two men
Sashing by tbe names of James Hamilton and Wm.
ohnson, stopped at the Brownville House in Brown
ville, N. T. having with them two large dark bay
mares. On the 2'Jth the men left Brownvilio leaving
the animals at tho 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 aro yet at the City Livery
Stable in Brownville, where the owners can get them
by calling proving property and paying all charges
connected with their keeping ; unles called for
within sixty days from this date, they will be held
at auction to tho highest bidder.
R. T. RANEY.
$25 SEWING MACHINE.
RAYMOND'S LATEST IMPROVED
Double-Threaded Sewing Machine,
Warranted the best In tbe World.
Will stitch and hem, tuck and fell, gather and em
broider with perfection, and will sew every kind of
goods, eveu leather, and especially adapted tor family
Any person of ordinary intelligence can learn in one
hour to use It successfully.
AVe have a great number of references, but will give
only the names of a few, who are among 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 Sewing Machines, and use it successfully ou diner
out kinds of work, in our families' sen ice, do cheerful
ly recommend it to all persons as a Family Machine :
Mrs. P A Meffctt Mrs J Jewctt Wilcox
J Clemens Jose Coffran
Jus A II Lsmpton L Mjry Livermore
V UGale K KWhorf
M BTenoirton MK Williams
J A Hale 1 H Arbuckle
E Tillmau II M Blossom
E J Stevens
Machines without tables, as hand Machines, with one
needle and twospoola of thread on the machine, are $25
With tables, half dozen extra needles, tools, $33.
Needles $1 per dozen.
Complete printed directions will be 6cnt with every
machine. These machines take the same stitch as the
Urovcr and Baker.
No letters of inquiry answered except an extra post
ape stamp is enclosed.
Machines warranted, and may be returned in thirty
days if not satisfactory.
No machines delivered until paid for.
All orders by mail or express, with the cash, will re
ceive prompt attention.
N. B. Agents wanted for every town In the South
and west, to whom a liberal discount wi!l be given.
Address EDWIN CLARE, No. 82 North Fourth street
St. Louis, Mo. t40-3ci
To Lot Holders in Glen Rock, N. T.
Lot holders in Glen Rock, Nemaha county, N. T.
are bersby notified that unless they come forward
within six months from this date and pay up their
respective proportions of entrance money acd all
cxpcr.cs attending the entry of said town site, lots
uncalled for at the expiration of said six months
will be sold to the highest bidder, for the benefit of
sail town, as piovided for in an net entitled "an act
regulating the disposal of lands purchased in trust
for town sites, passed Jnlv 10th, lsj.
R.J. WUITXEY, Prolate Judge.
June COth' 1S5J. Jil-it
Por Casli and on TImo
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants cf all sizes to
settlers on buch time a they may deeire lung or i.bort
at the usual rates.
A constant supply of Warrants wHl be kept on hand
for sale as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere in
Bay of regular dealers and beware of bogus warrants.
All warrants sold by us will te guarateed to be
genuine in every respect 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
LUSHBAUGn & CAF.SON,
Bankers, and Dealers in Land Warrants.
THE undersigned having IiaeJ the Steam llour
and Corn Mills lately erected ' tho .Misoufi River
at Ni-u&ha City, are now in-pared to grind
WHEAT OR CORN
Having ono of
Clark's Celebrated Flouring 31111s,
Manufactured at Philadolpbia, we caa manufac
ture It'll sacks of Superfine Flour and grind 600
bushels of Corn daily.
Our building for storing and shippic grain cr
produce is unsurpassed on the River.
We will provide tho public with a Free Ferry at
UROWN'LEE A TIDWELL.
August 1 Ith, '50. e5-:ui
NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of a
ctrtaiu Deed of Trust executed by J.nu- s A. Adams
to Geo. F. Uixby, to secure thesum of Ji5t li'ulOO,
and dated Aug. 11, bearing iuturvgt from date
at 10 per cent, per annum, and recorded en jkio 74
Mortgage Record No. 1 of Nemaha county, Nebraska.
I, Geo. F. L'ixby, the Trustee named in said Deed of
Trust, will on Monday, September 12. 110, between
th3 hours tf 'J o'clock a. m. nnd I o'clock r. M,at the
door of the oEL-e of Register of Deeds cf Nemaha
county in Urownville, g-.ll to tho highest bidder for
cash in hand lawful money, tho follow in? described
real estate, sii'uato in Nemaha countv, Nebraska viz
The S. W. H of Section No. 11, 'in Township 5,
north of Ran:; 11, cn?t, containing ICO a.rcs, to
gether with all the buildings, tenements, improve
ments and aj purtcnanccs thereunto bconsring. Said
sale to be made to meet the sai.l note of .351 lti;luO
together with trrrruing interest, and bearing even
date with said Trust Deed.
GEO. F.BIXBV, Trustee.
August 111, 1S.VJ. ' G-4t-$750
NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of an ex
ecution Lued from the office of the Clerk of tho Dis
trict Court for Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory,
against Jflmes Etit wistle and in favor of i. T. Wbyto
L Co., for the sum of ono hundred and fifty-ono
dollars and furty cents: I, Davidson Plasters, Sheriff
of said county, have levied upon the following de
scribed Real-estate, in said Nemaha county, Nebras
ka Territory, to-wit : Tho South-East quarter of
tho North-west quarter of Section number thirty,
(SO), Township number five (b North of Range
number sixteen (10), East of the sixth principle
merediar;, and will, on the lDth day of Sept., A. I).
1S59, between tho hours of ten o'clock, A.M. and
four o'clock, v. M, f said day at the door of the
house in which the last term of said Court of said
county was held in Urownville, proceed to sell said
land to the highost bidder for cash i;i band, in sat
isfaction cfsail execution nnd judgment.
Sheriff of Nemaha county, N. T.
Brownville, Aug. lSth, 1859. 6-4t $700
NOTICE isheroby given, that by virtue of art ex
ecution issued from tho office of ths Clerk of the
District Court for Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, against the Nemaha Valley itank, Samuel E.
Rogers and Barton B. Barkalov.', aud in favor of
Samuel II. Lennctt, nr thesum of ono hundred and
eighty-seven dollarsnnd seventy-five conts; I, David
son Plasters, Sheriff of said county, have levied
upon, es the property of said Samuel E. Rogers, lots
numbered one and two in block number three in the
City of Brownville, in said county, us designated upon
tho original plat of said City of rowni'io, and thate
I will, between tho hours of nine o'clock, A. M., and
three o'clock, r. Jr., en the ll'th day .,f September,
A. D. iaj'J, at Bn.wnvillo aforesaid, frcia the d- or
of the h'iue in which the last term of the District
Court for said county wa3 held, proceed to soli said
property at public salt) to tho highest bidder for cash
Sheriff of Nemaha co., N. T.
Brownville, Aug. ISth, l3ol. - b-lt-7,50
T. II. EDWARM.
A. J. BERJ1V,
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dowment . for the rdirfof the Mick and distressed,
cjfficted Kith Virulent and Epedcmic Disease.
TIIK Howard Associaticn, in view of tbe awful distruc
tionof human life caused by Sexual dieises, aud the
deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victimscf such
dit?ea-e by Quacks, several years ago directed their Con
sulting Surgeon, as a charitable ait worthy cf their
name, to open a dispensary for the treatment of this
class of di.-e.ises, In al! their fi.rms, arid to i;ivc Medical
Advice (iratis to all who apply by letter, with a descrip
tion of their condition (jge, occupation, h.tti:s of life,
c ) and in case of extreme poverty, to furnish medicine
free of charge. It is needless to add that the Associa
tion command thehighest Medkal skill uf the age, and
will furnish tho ni"st approved modern ticatment.
The directors of the Association in their Annual He
rnial Report up in the treatment of Sexual Diseases, ex
press the highest satisfaction with the suoross which has
attended the labors of their Surgeons iu the cure of Sper
matorrhoea; Seminal Weakness; Uounrrhcca; Oicet;
Syphilis; the vice el Onanism or teif-aMse, di.-eaeof
ihe Kidneys and libddcr, &.c, and oru'er a continuance
of the same plan for the cnriiing year.
The Directors., on a review of the past, feel assured
that their labor, in this sphere of benevolent effort have
been f K'cat benefit to the a'llited. especially to the
young, and they have resolved to devctc themselves,
with renewed zeal, to this very important and much de
An admirable Itciort on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation or self
abuse and other diseases of the Sexual organs, by the
Consuming Surgeon, will be sent by mail (in a sealed
envelope) FREE OF C II A HUE, on t!,e receipt cf TWO
STAMl'Sf r postage. Other report! and Tract on the
nature and treatment of Sexual diseases, diet, &.c, are
constantly bciiiir published for gratuitous distributicn,
and will be sent to the atllicted. Some of the new re
medies and methods of treatmnets discovered during the
last year are of great value.
Address for Report or treatm-nt, DR. J. SKILLIN
norfJllTON, Actin? Sureecn, Howard Association, No.
2, South Ninth Street, Philadelphia.
By order of the Directors,
EZRA D. HARTWEIX, President.
Eo. Fairchild, Secretary.
July 14, 1663-ly
D. II. M'LArCIILIN
Mclaughlin & dorsey,
35aln Street, Crowin ill c,X.T-,
Buy and sell Land Warrants, make out and file declar
atory statement ; make t.t pre-emption papers; pay
taxes, :Mvesticaie titles ;
Buy aud sell property on commission ; furnish land
warrants for time entries, and attend to all other busi
ness cunuected 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.
McLAl't.HLIN' & DORSET respectfully refer to
George II. Nixoii, lUq.., Rci&ter Brownville Land
Chirles B. Smith, Esu.., Receiver of Public Moneys'
Nemaha Land District.
Robert W. Furnas. Esq., Editor Advertiser Brownville
Messrs. Lusbbaugh c Carsn, Bankers, Brownville,
lion. W. M. T. Hamilton, llagerstr.wn. Maryland.
Lewis li. Newcomer Esq. Baltimore, Md.
O II Barnet, Es.i , Dayton. Ohio.
Hon. Fenncr Furguson, Delegate In Congress from
Nebraska Terrritory, Washing toa, D. C.
Jdn A. Ecal, Esi.. Attorney at Law, Peru, Ind.
Brownville, April 22. no43tf
JOSEPH L. HOY,
IS IB S3 IEL
nitowxTiixi:, r. t.
PAY YOUR DEBTS IT
Those i.olebte.i to me are hereby r.r.ti;d that
they can liquidate t.ieir indebtedness with corn at,
the highest market prW. dIiwcd at the store e.f
I. T. Whyte in lirownville. This request is made
only because 1 am in debt myself, and cannot raise
the money, bat can make use of Corn. Such an ar
rangement will be taken z.3 a great, accommodation
under present circunistances. JESSE N0EI.
Brownville, Dec, L', 1S5S.
. MISS MARY TURNER,
Main Strccty BroicTiville, Nebraska,
Has iut revived a fresh supply of
Consisting of JN'ew Style
Ribbons, Laces, Flowers,
And the finest and bosu materials for nauufacturing
anything in the millinery liue.
April 1st, '59 nlO-ly
A MEJIOItANDUM 130OK, which the owner can
have by calling at this oce, desiriting and paying
fji this advertisement.
EDWARDS & BERRY,
.Tropriotors if th ;
iniOVJ .WIIE, IV. T.
THIS II3TEL has lately bc-o entuuy rcfltled
and the proprietors cau cow ature tho public that
they will meet with every convenie uco aul comfort
usually found at first class hotel. -
Mr. Berry, the" Jr.. partner war? f..rrnerly connected
with tho saur Louse, and ha ha. lara experience
in taC hOtcl LualJCaa in the L'aJ.
DrownviHe. June lCih,lSjJ. 5l-6m
1ST m rser sr
Cor. IJroadviay and YJ'asIi Street.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Having puuhased the entire Nursery sto.k cf John
Siggrson Bro., I ai.-i prepared to trier t tbe public
the largest and bet selected fto.k of Print bhade. and
Orr.iiiuental tae?s, shrubs aiM plji.ts ever offered for
sale id the West. Wo are deter mined to offer such in-
dacemeiits to tree p'auters and the trade as will ensure
the most entire satisfaction. Desiriptive catalogues will
be furnished, aud any information given, bv Mressmg,
A. W. FLLIOTT,
Saict Louis, Mo.
November 35, '58-ly.
Blanks, Blanks- ' ,
Wotive ca baud, priatv! in -.rerijr ty:;,.an4 Ut
sale cheap fr cj-h, a frefi "-;:''7 of
I Warranty Detda, ilartcaa Dsju i.
I Trust tool. Bords ice PtJo.L. "
JuniM, a2rt stdUr,j.i3;o-..,rk.,'
Bl.t-ik Preemption i'-sirj. . .J
y- TowrwLip. Plats, HiV.i"L.'Ur z.
J Draft-, writes, tie., tf:.. cttT.
To whka cj'.t tbc eopevtAl it'.'u:i n of th.c ;n l A-:.
wVb IiKt:Ui cf any :ul CTery ilesTrT;:: cx' s
trOenu j tylt? mferi i to iivr.e, prc !a"Cri ":.y tsx uT
the country. V.'e ci'-ept uj t rs e ia the Vi'i:,i.r li
where, aiwl o:Ter spvvlmem ol our work u ev.d. -.vV
riiirs m ik dk;gi.ygs aiiiiS)
And will prrdiK? m re sold than ar.y i.ler -i'.n:ii; jet
.jistjvcrcJ, asJ ' '
OF Til K
City Boot & Shoe Store,'
Will Gae you a superior pair of In, or nhor tf j a
cill or leave your measure, or he will stit yiu j cL-4p-r
gaiter, a neater shoe ur proiu bt-, aol la.iy aua
Kilter nr clippers, rtraoer thau ry .;her I. lu-eUci
of Si. I.-uii. Emploj tugi.Ht n'wU.cii. m.l kcp'.r
variety or material aul trinni:-.;? u r t'. u:,- iHiiiU's. -ture.
I hope to receive thai liU-rai pj'reiiH here., u ,
brstoweJon wc ;ive ms a call. .TT T. PKT .
Brownville Juiy C7, 1;39 . ,ri
T. 31. TALB0TT, .
Having located himself in I'rowr.v ilTe, N. T.,leu-.
ders bis professional services to thcC'Jtanr-a;r.
All jobs warranted. j . .
Send Four Stamps for a Specimen of
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ceived from Kugland, Ireland. Scotland, Walea and
the British IVtioas'ons in cvi-ry jart of tho wcrld,
and devoted to politics, literature, science, art, Lij
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to act ai agents. A liberal allowance inaio to par
ties getting vp clubs.
Address TOWNDKOW A DA V
Editors and Proprietors, New York.
WIIERKAS it appears that there are- claims exist
ing aairsr tho Estate of George W. lilakcly, de
ceased : I have appointed Monday the 5lh of Sep
tember next a the final day for hearing all claims
against said Estate, and all persons having claims
against said estate are hereby notified to hlo tbe
same at my ( fliee, or with the Administrator of said
Estate on or before that day, tr they will be forever
barred from recovering such claims and from setting
off the sarno in any action whatever.
Given under my hand this 27th day rf June. 1839.
H.J. WHITNEY, Probate Judge.
Ordered that tho above notice bo published for six
successive weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser.
. K. J. WHITNEY.
NATHAN PLAKELY, Admistrator.
Beatrice, Gage county, N. T.
Juno 30th, 1&59. nolr4ct $7
Probate Nut ice.
WnETtEAH application Las been made to the
Probate Court of Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, for tho appointment f a General Administra
tor jf tho Estate of Cbarlej M. Gr cver, late of said
couaty, deceased, notice i j hcrebygiven that Satur
day theCth day of August, is tho day appointed for
hearing said application., at my olHce in Urownville,
in s ltd county, when and where ail persons interest
ed in said Estate ui'iy appear and show eauo why
Heath Nuckolls shall not be aj noiuUnl said administrator.
"Given under my hand thi L".'th d.-y of June,
K. J. WHITNEY, Probate Judgo.
June 30th, ISj'J. . n2-Gt $7
NOTICE is hereby civen, that Tuesiay, August 9th,
1S50, is the day appointed for the final sett leinent of the
Li.tate of Ceorne Leuis,. deccisiM, late of Nemaha
county, Nebraska Territory, at my i ftice in Brownville
in said county," at 9 o'clock A "!, when all persons in
teiestcl in s.ii.I estate nny att.-inl and chow cai;?e, If
ary.why the accounts of I:ivii Lewis, adrinnstrator of
said estate, should iiotbe allowed.
It. J. WIIITNKV, Pi-obate JiiuVe.
July 7th, 1353. 3t $2
NOTICE is hereby piveu. that Tuesday, August ?th,
18.39, is the day appointed for the final setuuiuerit of the
ltjte of N. O. Titus, decoa.-ed, late f Nem ihacoimty,
Nebraska Territory at my (.nice in lirawnviile in said
comity, at 9 o'clock a m, wheirairpersorrs interested in
said estate may attend and t-fjow causp, if any, why the
accounts of James A.Titus, administrator of said estate,
should n-t t-e allowed.
li. J. WIIITNKV, I'robate Judce.
Jiily7!b. is.'.9. 3t $2
Nctlcc is hereby piven hat I have appointed Monday
the 13th day of September, 1So9 as a day for the hc.ir
iii ir claims agtiiiiixt lheetaie of 1). ('. Patterson, late
of Jones county, N. T., deceased, an.l nil persons having
claims Bu'.iii. st sai l estate are hei etiy ii"tilted to file the
Sana; al my otlice ou or before that day. or they will be
forever barred I'ruiii recovering any portion el such claim
ami from settinsr off tbe aine in any action whatever.
Given under my ha'i'I at Beatrice CJ jve county. N. T.,
this lfcth day of July, 1333. NATHAN llf.AKEI.T,
n2-C v Probate Judtre, Et-OJJhio.
Lost Land Warrants.
ALt. p-rsi,ri are hereby noticed that on or abont tPe
si'.rirjt 1 1 tho yrnr of 1S57, I enclosed in a letter I.nd
Warrant No. 60 830 for 150 acres issued to Rebecca John
widoTr i. f Lemuel John, under art of March 3d, li35,
and iirtilvl rai'l letter at Xeuia, Ohii, directed to Henry
llerripiTt. ii, lirownsville, Nemaha county, N. T., that
said latter and warrant never reached its destination,
and has been lost cr stolen, that I have filed a caveat in
the General Land OilUe to prevent the issue of a patent
upon said warrant, and tnat I intend to apply to the
Commissioner of Pensions to hate a duplicate of said
D COS BET.
Juno nth, Hr0. 6t
The undersigned h ivin bought the Mills for
merly owned by Dr. Hoover of Nemaha City, is now
prejKirod to grind Corn, Wheat, and ?aw Lumber on
the most reasonable terms. l'o?se?sing the 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.
Frcni his Etoro at the mill he is always prepared to
furnf.sh the best quality of Groceries, Wines and
Liquors, and farmers will save 2.) percent by dealing
with hitu instead of going to other places.
July 19th nltf J. G. MELVIN.
NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of an ex
ecution issued from tho offi ;e if the Clerk of the
District Court of Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, against Abraui F. Hherfy and in favor of Alex
ander D. Skeen, for tbe sum of two hundred and
eighty dollars and seventy-five cents ; I, Davidson
Plaster?," SheritT ot said county, have Ievicxl tijon,
and on Monday the lDth day of hopt., A. T. 159,
between the hfitra of ten o'e'eck a m and three
o'clock I M, at the dor .f the he iw-s in which the Ut
tem'ef. the District Court vraa hold, in Urownville
in f id county, will sell at public sala to the hihc?t
bidder, for cash ia hand, a3 tho property of said
Sherfy, and ty satisfy said execution, the following
decfibed Heal-cstate, to-wit : Lots No. nine, ten,
eleven and twelve in block No. siity-eiht, in Ne
maha cily, as designated on the original plat of paid
city, and situate in Nemaha county, together with
all the improvements, tenements and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in nr.ywi? pertaining.
- SbariiT of N:Euha county, N. T.
TirwnvillA. Aug. ljth.lS5a. 6-4t-S7S0
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an ex
ecution issui d from tho office cf the Clerk of the
Dittrict Ccnrt of Nemaha county, Nehmska Terri
tory, aaing- Nathan Haywood, it. W. Fornax, R. V.
Mnir and Thomas P. Hay wool an 1 ia favor of Jarr.e3
M Ilinton, fr th; umf fivehun-Ired and fcrty-five
dollars and ninoccnf.3; I, David-on Plasters. Sheriff
of sail county have levi.-d upn and on Monday
the lOtLday of September, A. i. l2oJ, between tbe
hours of ten o'clock a. St. and four o'clock p. it., at tha
door of the hfluse in which tbe last term of the said
Court was held at Urownville in said county will
fell nt public sale to the highest bidder for cash in
hand 03 property of said Thes.P. Haywood, to satisfy
said execution, the f-.llowinj described real estate,
to-wit : The north-west quarter of section number
twcnty-for. in township camber live, in rano
number fifteen, cast of the ixth principal mere
dian, according to the government eurvey, aad sit
uate in sai 1 Nemaha county, together with all the
improvements to said bind belonfring.
Sheriff cf Nemaha county, N. T.
Prownvi'.le, Aug. 13th, 13j9. C-4tr-$750
THE under-r.:nrl, detri.i to t.-rt aN'ti! trerTTi of
September for Texas, wiil seil either f r cah m h.iiH -.-upon
a hhort tuue to food men : One Uwcllinx Huu- u
the City of BrowavlKo with Ti Lt eucr.btOy u ... il
garden and outho'isinpnn lhrreniips.
Two GwhI Vacant Lids in Hrownvilie s.tuati.-d rear the
Ieve and convenient for bu? ines purj.ocJ.
10 Acres of Land in Nemaha county near the Hi v-)0r
river; well timbered and watered.
One half of an Origiuat Stare (eiuti t-j'50 lat) in llo
Town of Asptawall.
Nine Ijt in ''McLennan ailditibn" to NcVrai ta CI. v
near Nebraska City whjrf.
T!:e undersiueJ finds the fiscal dcpartrnent cf !.!
affairs In a very eiub rrasinn? condition. If thso b'r
are indebted to hira will please to come b-r.vai j ut iki.-
their littleiiotes and u.-ciunts, Fie ,!! take ;t as t i C4;
kindness upon their part, and will be har:ryt. prcrent
each of them with a aliubt token of Lisbufi rt-irv. i w
the form of a small receipt, neatly wnv.cii. vw.h h;
autograph appended ttreretoT. ' '
V. L. iLtiA'J".
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and by alt dn:trji.-ts pOM ra.ly. . . . u2-4t
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. JOHN W. MIDDLKTOiC,
mioiYA villi:, x. t.
V-. nKRUBT Informs the- pub, lc' lih.t be !...s
f-glW located film'flf In this CUT. a-'.f Is rirVpiirt-l
- to j-prv'4! tho.se iii w.-inf nf 31.u1.i1: 1.1. 1.....
Ue has selected his stock rith r;irc.,t will r, ...r.r ( hi.
a No. 1 article of everythin i.tTureil. KMHm. ,1 ,.i
iicce.ary toeniimrafe: but w ill k-(p..;4 i,a::d ,-e rt.
clc usually obtained in t5addle ar,d H ri,e- M,, y.
JT,T1 t. JflUuLKTON.
Erownvilic Slay 12. . . n.4-oia"
FOR SALE by
EuLa, :r. T.
Whereas applicatiiii has t ecu mule t.. the Pf'A0
Court of Nemaha County, Nibr.i-ka Tcnitor, lr r. -saleof
certain real property of the K.UU- ct William
Welch, deceased, late of Baido.ujty. la orjr to btal'i
means to satisfy the debts 3Ziin.-.t -ai! et noti:i is
hereby ctven that JiaturJay tho lotbd iy it .Jrptn. h ;
1S.W, at III u'l'ttli A-. M., Iiths "lay appointed ior hc!
liif? said application at tuy ottbe in lir..w u tl !c in -il
county, whenrairt where all pcriions interest"! mayat
tend and shvr r'jsmry an order f ;.- tb ? ;.ilw ot tin
foilowlliif di-crited laii J b? luDK.iU to ai-l iir-tiite :u..v
not be granted, to wit : The northwest ,.urtcr ,t v
ticn 1, in township 4, north of ransm L3e-ri.it of the :
principal meridian, in thecoui.iy and Territory are.air
K. 1. WIIITNKr, Probate Jfidsc,
August 4th, 1S53. 8; m
TO EDITORS: Publishers cf newspapers re re
spectfully cautioned not tt insert the blils rv
siectin myself, cfa you n,r fellow assuming Frerii-lr
inline, which appeared in severul r.w.-p:j,Ts-of hit'-.
Such notiees would not boadmitt-d where hi i
known. II 3 cannot read nor write, bat hires boui
one to copy wy bill.
G. C. SMItH, M.D., .
Proprietor of SiTn3 El.EtTKic Oil". n H-!f
A Competent Burveydr ' .
WIIO Is persona. ly ai"uainte4 with ail the Lands n--'
offered for sale in the Omaha district N tr-.r wi;n
J. McCONiriK. .
Omnha, N. T. vlr f
THE Copartnthship heretofore existing )rtera
Hoadley & Muir had thid day b'-cn cisouived bv
ThosoSwin accounts against the a id firm -i!l
please present them for payment, ai.d those indebted
will pleaM maLe payiaent to i'h r of the Ute'fiuu.
Jure 1st, 4'J tf
ITcIlins House For Ecnh
Juno 1st "0.
to. n. iioorR.
Dwelling House for Rent.
THE undersizntd will rent cn liberal tGr:;;, tc 1
prompt at'l careful tenant, the inot cniTrrtiorus-, el'e
gar.t and el!i'ib!y situated dwelling h.-.-uio i-i tbe citvtf
K.-ownville aa excellent cirteru. r11 i.c:e :-ary t it
houscs, and a fine jrardeo wl;h ail tbe ve ;'-trM.n f tj e
season man advanced state of cui'iv .i:i.,n. ''i'ii.e
premi--.es. 1). L. JfcGAF.T.
JJay 19. no47-tf
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lilL Mercantile lirm ot Lranc A Ih;i ns Uore'.o
foro cxi.-tin isthi.sd.iy dis Itc J by tautual ct M-'
sent. Theodoie Hill having puahivscd the CTi'.ita
interest t f Merchandise, Notes and Account of Joha
Cr&m-, the boolcs and a.-count of the firm re:nia at
the old stand. No. 17 Main Street, iu ebarsre of J!c.
Theodore Hill who w"Jl adjust all unsettled bysin:-i
cf said rr4.
JONAS CRANE, )
Browrvil le. June 13th. . '-t
A NOTE of band, caiiini firover one hnnired doll irs,
which owner can have by cal ling at this tiiicti and pa) ji
lor this adverUsenient.
AX2 Warrants Licctci ty
3. 2cCC;:ES, Oaala.
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