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It. W. FURNAS. EDITOR.
THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 10,l3i3.
FOR PRESIDENT IN 1C0,
- - Of the United States.
Our apology for the totai absence of
original matter this issue, is, that the en
tire week past, we haye been confined to
our room, suffering most excruciating
pains frcrn an attack of neuraljy in the
face. To any one who has ever had a
touch of this species of afliiction, we are
quite sure the apology is all sufficient.
Governor Elack of this Territory has
issued his proclamation appointing Thurs
day, November 21tb, as Thanksgiving
day. The same day has been selected by
all the Stales that have thus far proclaim
' cd thanksgiving.
The OGcial Tote.
The following we find in the last Ne
Iraika City JYacs, as the "official" vote
of the Territory. The papers at theca-
pital will of course publish the official
. vote of each county as to Territorial Officers.
E. Estabrook (Dem.) 3,100
' S.G. Daily (Hep.) 2.S00
W. W. Wyman 3,115
James Sweet 2,G14
R. C. Jordan 3.GS3 1561
H. W.DePuy 2,119
W. E. Harvey
J. H. Kellom
A. D. Luce
O. F. Davis
If health will permit, next week, we
will give our notions of the Delegate
Question as it now exists.
The Steamer Omaha J. Jewett
The friends of the steamer Omaha in
this upper country, and they are many,
will be pleased to know that, practically,
she will not change hands in consequence
of the death of her popular commander,
.' Capt. Wineland. The following we clip
from the St. Louis Build in of the 3d :
' "YesterJay one-half of the fine steamer
Omaha, one of the most popular packets
' that ever traveled the upper Missouri,
was purchased by Mr. Jewett Wilcox,
Mr. P. S. Ray and Mr. C. II. Avis. The
half thus disposed of wa3 owned by the
late. Capt. Wineland and W. A. Bennett.
It was sold at the rate of SIS.OOO for the
whole boat. ,The three gentlemen who
' ; have thus become owners in the Omaha
are experienced river men, and most po
lite and accommodating steamboat officers.
Of Mr.. Wilcox, known so favorablv as
; he is. it is almost unnecessary for us' to of our old citizens, not political aspirants,
sneak.- For the nast five Years enrras'ed but good old farmers and mechanics, who
. "as chief clerk in the ur-oer Missouri Mo their own reading and thinking
irxAp ' tho. twn first nnifir Ktpamor fJpnnn those who have watched the course cf
with Captain. Throckmorton, and the last Judge Douglas in Congress ana out ot it.
three with the lamented Cant. A. Wine- V 2 "ave frequently beard them remark
land on the Omaha, he has by his upright that they would rather vote for Stephen
and honorable course, won hosts of friends A. Douglas than any other man in the
both in this city and along the river. United States for President. It is truly
Mr.'Ray has been with Capt. Wineland surprising how much interestthere is felt
for the past seven years, in the capacity of among the people, out here, in regard to
mate, a safe guarantee of his capacities as the election cf President in 1SG0. Quite
a numoer wno were determined to react
us out of the Democratic party twelve
months ago, because we defended Doug
las on all occasions, are now willing to
admit that they believe Mr. Douglass .vill
receive the nomination of the Democratic
party at the Charleston Convention. Ft.
Smith (Arkansas) Herald.
The Richmond Examiner, the hading
organ of the Virginia Democracy, said,
on the 14ih ult.:
"Now, we have already intimated that
it is our purpose to support the ncinmee
cf the Charleston Convention, against all
comers, if the two-thirds rule is adhered
to and the Cincinnati platform adopted.
We shall to preserve the harmony cf. the
Democratic party and to save the Union
from the terrible consequences of the tri
umph of the Black Republicans, support
Judge Douglas if he is nominated. We
stand prepared to make any sacrifice cf
personal preference to crush that lawless,
diabolical, incendiary, fanatical party of
which Seward Seward, Greely, Lincoln,
and Banks are leaders."
The Shelby Volunteer, of Indiana, in
noticing the invitation which has been ex
tended to Senator Douglas to visit Indi
ana, remarks : .
"It is a gratifying fact-thai the largest
list is from this county, numbering LbS
Bat a few days were allowed for getting
signers, and we believe but one list was
circulated outside of Shelly ville two
thousand could have been obtained if ne
cessary. . Old Shelby may be set down
as good for one thousand majority for
the Little Giant in 1SCQ."
Meeting or the National Democrat
At the Democratic Presidential Con
vention assembled in June, 1S5G, at Cin
cmnati, it was resolred tnat the next
Democratic Convention to nominate
candidate for the Presidency be held in
the City cf Charleston, and that the time
of holding the same be designated by the
Democratic National Committee that the
duty imposed upon that Committee may
be discharged, the undersigned recom
mend that a meeting of the Committee be
held in the City cf Washington, at ten
o clock A. M.. of Wednesday, the 7th
DAVID A. SMALLEV, Chra'n.
C. L. Va EL A I? D I KG II AM, )
John W. George, . See's.
The following named gentlemen coin-
pose the committee:
Maine John Babson,
New Hampshire J. II. George,
Vermont D. A. Smalley,
Massochusctts J. Cheever,
Rhode Island E. R. Potter,
Connecticut J. T. Pratt,
New York Augustus Schell,
Pennsylvania C. L. Ward,
Delaware W. D. Ochitree,
Maryland R. B. Carmichael,
Virginia Wm. II. Clark,
North Carolina T. McDowell,
Georgia W. K. DeGraffen,
Alabama Henry T. Smith,
Mississippi W. R. Cannon,
Louisianna T. E. P. Cotton, '.
Ohio C. L. Vallandingham.
Kentucky G. W. Caldwell,
Tennesse R. McGavock,
Indiana James R. Slack,.
Illinois James Dyer,
Arkansas Albert Rust,
Michigan James Beeson,
Florida A. E. Maxwell,
Texas W. J. Oldham,
Iowa WTra. Thompson,
Wisconsin George B. Smith,
California Samuel. H. Doshried.
Douglas and Ills Friends.
We have, of late, been greeted by many
a -steamboat man, anu nis upngntness as
a man. Mr. Avis has also been with
Capt. Wineland for the past eight years.
ihus three of our deceased mend s em
ployees and most reliable associates have
taken the place he so long,and honorably
held. Under such circumstances we have
no fear of the future of the steamer
Omaha. That she may prove a profitable
investment to her new owners is the fond
desire of all her friends and acquaint
ances. The extreme dullness of the
Jones, as the Whig candidate for Gover
nor was unsuccessful against Mr. Pclk,
who was one cf the mod formidable or
ators on the stump, that Tennetse ever
produced. - The canvass on both of these
occasions, with those eminent gentlemen
as standard-bearers of their respective
parties, was animated and exciting in the
highest degree, and attracted general at
tcntion throughout the Union.
In 1S51, Mr. Jones was elected Sena
tor from Tennessee, end served in tha
capacity until 1857. He voted for the
Nebraska bill of 1654, and found him
self, before the expiration of his term
compelled to act with the Democratic par
ty as ize only national organization.
May the turf rest lightly, and the fair
est flowers bloom on the grave of one
whose highest ambition was to benen
his fellow-men, and whose chief mourn
ers will be those who give the orphan
bread and forget not the widow s praj
er. Jicsquiescat in
Harper's Ferry Rioters. -
Brown has been convicted and sentenc
to be hung on Friday, December 2d.
The others will undoubtedly meet the
same fate. Cook, it is said, is a brother
in-law of Governor Willard cf Indiana
He may get off with imprisonment for
life, and a pardon after-a-while.
Who was Captain Conspirator Brown?
A cotemporary makes this response : He
is the son of a wealthy farmer of Hud
son, Portage county, Ohio, by the name
cf 'Owen Brown, or 'Squire Brown,' as
he was generally called. John Brown was
born in Litchfield county, Connecticut, but
resided for more than thirty years m Hud
son, Ohio, on a dairy farm, but subse
quetly embarked in wool growing, in
which business he wa3 quite successful
until he accompanied a very large venture
of the finest c uality cf that article to
England. This speculation resulted in a
ruinous loss, and from that time to this
he ha3 been more or less absorbed in the
furtherance of Abolition views, on which
subject he was a complete fanatic.
Governor Foote recently addressed a
large meeting at Lake Village, Chicot
county, Arkansas, in defence of Hon. S.
A. Douglas. At the close of his speech
the meeting adopted the following reso
I.' Resolved, That we regard the poll
cy of popular sovereignty, as advocated
by Stephen A. Douglas, to be the only
constitutional and safe exposition of the
question of slavery as connected with
the Territories, and that we earnestly
deprecate the agitation in Congress at al
of this question ; and especially the at
tempt .to provide a slave code by Con
gress would we regard as the assertion of
a 'power which does not exist under , the
Constitution, and which, if it did exist
and could be exercised, would result in
ruin of the interests of
The property of the late Senator Bro
derick in this city amounts to $130,000,
encumbered by $85,000 of mortgages.
This is set forth by the petition of D. C.
Coulton, filed in me Probate Court. It
also alleges that the only relatives and
heirs-at-law are Edmond Welch and Lucy
Brown,' cousins in the. second degree.
The said cousins append their ' assent to
the petition, as do also the creditors.
These proceedings, we suppose, are based
upon the belief that Mr. Broderick has
left no will. Various rumors are afloat
as to this matter. It is scarcely possible
that Mr. Broderick left no will. He was
uniformly careful in such respects. He
certainly did make a will before his duel
several years since with Mr. Smith. It
is the opinion of one who has been intim
ate with Mr. Broderick for twenty years,
that the will then made is still extant, in
Washington. ; If so, by that will the dis
position-of his property must be decided.
San Francisco. Times.
the death of Judge Mason, tho Minis-
Death of Judge Mason.
The New York Express' correspon
dent, writinjr under date of the 3d ult,
' 'times at present, coupled with the fact that g;ves tn? following particulars relative to
me vvmana is auuui iu ictcive a cumpieit;
m-prffl n!inT rrA thrr-nrt-h minting tin. will
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compel her owners to lay her by until the ier 10 1 r"nct-
spring trade sets in, at hich time she It has long been the custom of many of
will arain visit her numberless admirers our countrymen, who are resident or tran-
in the Upper Missouri, and we hope they sient sojourners in Paris, to present their
will loia ia civhi? her that encouraee- respects to trie luinmer or tne united
menL we think bile so richlv merits. States on Sunday evening. Alanrenum-
- rf , .... . . .
tier of ladies and gentlemen dined at the
TrOrCSS OftllC Doiiglas Ball. house of Judge Mason, yesterday, and
The Donular current which is bearing never had the hospitalitablehost appear-
Spnatrtr DnuMas to the White House, cd more ray, or in better spirits. At ten
and which will certainly elect him Pres- o'clock in the evening the Judge retired,
iJpnt. if he lives, is rushing on with ac- in accordrnce with his almost invariable
operated force. Nothing can ston it. habit. At about one o clock in the morn
. The Rrtnvnsvilln Times. Fayette Countv. in?. Mrs. Mason hearing moans in her
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Ppnnsr vanm. and the Western- Press, in husband's room, rose and went to see
Mprrpr Countv. Pcnn.. havo latelv rais- what had happened, bne found theun
cd hisflasr.sohasthe Baltimore Dispatch, fortunate man laboring under a tern1
There are a far greater number of Dem- attack of apoplexy, and entirely insensible
nrratie nanera throughout the Union with to what was poinr on around him. The
the name cf Stephen A. Doujrlas at their alarm was given and the nearest medical
head for the Presidency than for all ether aid instantly summoned. Dr. Higelow,
rarJiJafes. of both narties combined. To the family physician, was also soon in
thosft n hn still doubt his nomination, we attendance, and every means in mortal
power was employed to stay the pro
gress of the disease. All was, however,
in vain. After- ei2:hr hours'' dreadful
suffering, accompanied , by incessant vom
cer, cl the tnn ult., nominates btepnen mns vi ciuuu, utaiu pui ju cuu iu me
A. DouMas for the Presidents, and Rob- s.trcjr'rie
ert Toombs for the Vice Presidency. He
denies the right cf Congress to protect
slavery iu the Territories, and expresses
his concurrence in Douglas' ''popular sov
ereignty" views, maintaining that he is
right m every particular.
The "West Tennessee Whig,
lished at Bolivar, in its issue cf the 18th
Every cne who will read Judge Tear
son's letter, which appears in to-day's pa
per, will irresistibly be driven to the con
clusion that Stephen A. Douglas, of II
linci, is the soundest man, nationally,
now living. Standing, as he does, prom
ucL'ly between the extremes North and
South, he is certainly the most available
can only say, "Beware of the Locomo
tive when the bell rings !"
In the South he is gaining every day.
A writer in the Atlanta (Ga)Intelligen-
Death of J. C. Jones of Tennessee.
We "are sorry to announce, this morn
ing, the death of Ex-Governor James C.
Jones of Tennessee, who expired recent
ly ut Memphis. Mr. Jones was a man
. f great ability, who long ago acheived a
this time is a national loss and misfortuee.
He filled with credit to himself and hon
or to the country, the highest position un
der the State and General Governments
While the Whig party existed, it had no
firmer supporter than Governor Jones.
His name was about the brightest of the
constellation ci eminent bouthern men
who gave their adhesion to that organiza-1
lion. . .
He enjoys the honor cf having beaten !
tT'iM in the Dcr
irv for the rare cf 1SC0. Tennessee I twice before the people James K
How Tiiej Conduct Courts in Utah.
According to letters from Utah, the
United States Courts are mere mockeries
of justice. , Mormon Juries bully ihe
Judge on the bench," and do not scruple to
bring a verdict flat against the evidence.
Mormon witnesses snap their fingers at
the Court, refuse to testify, and walk off
Mormon Sheriffs tear up processes against
their friends. A witness against a Mor
mon dare not show himself in Court. A
plaintiff against a Mormon is in danger
of his life. One was murdered in his bed,
lately, by the Mormon against whom he
had brought suit. A defendant was shot
down at the court house door by his Mor
mon prosecutor. The perpetrators of both
murders' still walk the streets untouched.
And yet we have an army in Utah, per
fectly able and willing to enforce law and
maintain order in the Territory.
WT e see by the Chicago Democrat that
John A. Washington has "suspended." It
was stated some time sincti that he had
invested $175,000 of the money he rec
eived for the bones" of his great, ancestor,
aud the canes taken from the estate after
it had been sold to the American ladies,
in corner lots in Chicago. The presump-.
tion was that he had paid over the cash
for them. But it seems he gave his notes
and the Democrat states that they have
gone to protest in that city.
In Cincinnati, on Monday, two youths
were united in marriage, at the city pri
son, and both are awaiting transportation
to the State Penitentiary, each for one
year. The bride appeared quite gay in
anticipation cf the honeymoon to come
bye and bye. .
The members of a branch of the Jen
nings family, who claim to be heirs to
40,000,000 now awaiting a claimant in
England, assembled at Charlottsville,
Va., on the 4th inst. No definite action
was taken, though the sending cf an
agent to Europe is believed to be relied
Manifesto froh Rcicrd)' Johnson.
.A. pamphlet by Reverdy Johnson 13
about to be published, entitled, "Re
marks on Popular Sovereignty as main
tained and denied respectively by Judge
Douglas and Attorney General. Black."
He establishes the following propositions:
1st. That Congress has no power to
prohibit slavery in the .unorganized Tern
2d. That Congress has no power to
prohibit slavery in the Territories, after
they have been organized under Territo
rial form of Government.
3d. That Congress has no power to es
tablish slavery in a Territory, Mavery
is. the creature of positive
may exist either by statute or custom.
4. That if Congress car. neither pro
hibit nor establish slavery' in a Territo
ry, it-cannot legislate to pruect Deregu
jrt"e have no pity for petyle who irsbiuconiiaiJ!
ing of tiieir aches aud p jiss. Why 1. they nut forthwith
procure a tattle uf Curtis Jtuaiuko Linimeiiti a,d fe
invigurate their ueceusel ruuiclea? it is ipaiu killer,
and uo uiUUke. And remember 1, that his Compound
Syrup of S.isafraM is a suro renirdy fur co'.igbn, ccMh,
and the thoiibaud aud o;ie diejscc of the respiratory or
gans. So medicines are laore a.Tkaci jus and acne mere
popular. Sec advertisement 3 It
The Place for the Ladies.
Since the great upper-ten weddinj in Kf w Tork
Mis Bartlett aul Don Oviedo the ladies are deter
mined to have the fluent and latest styles Dress Goods,
consciuently they go to HILL'S.
A Burning Shame-
Whit is? Whj, that our merchants heretofore have
failed to bring on a supp'J cf Lad;c3 Winter Waiting
laY, which Boots ! Well, HILL has finally brought en a caee or
two of very flue ones, i'oii ruiglit get a pair by gmiig
Xctlcc to Premium Holders Xc
maha County Fair.
PAranno u-Sa Hraar n'nlnma r,rflPiiilTtU t latft V.
5th. Territorial governments Can ad- i malut-ouuty Fair can obtain t&em bycallinjx upon the
are tfe&ireU to confer with the Secretary,
B W FCUXAS, Secretary.
mit, protect or exclude slavery, at any
time during their existence.
In conclesion, he submits that the doc
trine of Popular Sovereignty, maintained
from first to last by Judge Douglas, and
now so assailed by the Attorney Gener
eral, has borne the clearest and most ex
plicit sanction of Congress, the Cincin
nati Convention, and President Pierce,
and above all, of President Buchanan,
and it is with equal conviction of its truth
that he asser'? that without the belief in
. i? i i
me Sincerity or SUCn sar.CllOD, anu espe- caa ra;ie that. Such an arrangement will be taken
Cl'ally the last, President Buchanan would as a great accommodation under present ciicum-
now be enjoying the quiet and leisure of BiaTn . . , .
0ers hh services to C.o c'.ihcs of NemaLs an J
.. . . .r !....; .!
tut) cdjoiiiing counties as S'-" wo&ecr iot ;ae
ii XJ l.lijllli";5 " o
si'm of real und pc-rvonal property, 4c, 4c.
bofuond at Juds W hdney i o,.:;
liruvvni-iil". XorcJit'eri. IS."..
THE LAST CALL.
I herebj once more notify those indebted to me
that thev can liquidate their indebtcdneys with
corn potatoep, or almost any kind of produco, at the
highest n.arkct price, in lirownville. This request
is mada tecauie I am in debt myself, and need
mi.-upy, but can make use of corn.
Heretofore tho excuje with thoi owing me has
been, that they cannot raise the money. I now in
form you that I will take produce! I hnoio vou
Wheatland, gratified only by remember
ing the services rendered his country at
home and abroad, in -other public, but,
perhaps, in his estimation, subordinate,
and less desirable station than the one in
which he now, as his friends assert, fig
ures so conspicuously and honorably to
the country and before the world.
36 acc minodatioi' but I repeat.
THE LAST CALL. . JESSE XI)
Brownville, 'T., 10, 1S59.
NV-tiee is hereby piven nntoT L 2IiS.uy, IsaicT Xhyla,
15 I". Ft'ram, ti 11 V"i;xi.t. City of Ur.nvilie, Nemaha
Cjunty. and a;l others whom it may Concern, that I, J.
W. Culenian, the AUrsh.tl cl the city of lirownville, of
Nemaha county, in Nebra.-Xi Terrnory, will as said of
ficer, on, to wit : the twenties 1j y of December A V
1353. at ten o'clock A M of the said day, sell the follow
IT15 described real estate, to wit : the east half of Lot
No. one, in Block No. one, in the said cify of Brown
ville, as is evidenced fcy the reoorde-J plat of the .aid
place, to the highest bidder for cash, the said ale be
ing made in accordance with and nndi;r section third of
an ordinance passed by the said city on the 19th day of
May, ISoD, and for tLe purpose of pwTinjr the espen
of grading and paving and curbing and g'-tterin? the
sidewalk on ilain street of said place, in front of the
ail lt as the said ordiuance requires, the said expen
ses amounting to the sum of twpnty dollars.
J. W. COLEMAN", City ilarshat.
Nov. 10, 1353 n B
W, W, Hack-n-kt)
C. F. KlCKETS )
NOTICE is hereby given that by vlrtuo of an ex
ecution 15SU31 from tho ciTico of tho Clerk of the
District Court of Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, 82in?t CharK'd . Ilickeis, and in favor of
Walter W. Hackney, for tho sum cf One hundred
and seventy dollar? and twenty-seven cent?, I, J. li.
Well5, Sheri.T or Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, havo levied upon, and, from the door cf the
house wh ire the Inst term of Court was boll, in
Erownville, in said county on Tuosd.iy the 13th
cay of December, D. A. I Si 'J, ct ore o'clock, r. X.,
will sell at public sa!e, to the highest bidder, for
cash in hand, the fallowing prop rfy, to wit : the
north half cf :he northeast quarter, and the south-
east quarter of tho nortaeast quarter ol section
twecty-scren, town six, north cf llange ni'teen, east
of the sixth principal meridian, containing ono
hundred mid twenty xtrc?, as tho property vf said
Charles F. Ricket.-, ia satisfaction cf said execution.
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Weekly, not paid iu advance, invariably
T.) clubs of live Dailies
To clubs of s:x Tri-Weckiies
A Visit to Mrs. PoKi.
A correspondent of the Concord Patri
ot, writing from Nashville, October 8,
thus handsomely alludes to Mrs. Presi
dent Polk :
With Major Eastman of the Nashville t c'ud of fourteen wectiiv
Union and American 'I called vesterdav
ir n h- i - I 3Vanis. Lst and Fonnil. Boarding, for Rent, and
upon iYirs. roiK, WHO occupies ine spien- Hctuovala, trill be charged f.fty cents per square ol
did mansion in Nashvillft. built hv hnnnr- cisht lice or less, for first insertion, and twenty-tive
-.. y-i i i i , ceots for each additional one without alteration,
aoie veux urunay ana purcnasea Dy one sqcare, eight lines or ics
Prpsi'dpnt PnlVnf JnrlrrA firnnrlu's firirs. " three timsd cn first or fourth page
to which he retired on leaving Washim
ton, and where, worn out by the cares
and anxieties of office, he died some four
months after the expiration of his official
terra. The mansion, surrounded cs it is
by beautiful grounds, is one of the pleas-
antest residences in the city, and no one
who has had the pleasure of meeting Mrs.
Polk needs the assurance that it is presi
ded over with an affability and dignity
that makes it a center of attraction.
Mrs. Polk is probably the most gener
ally known of any woman in Am erica,
and is universally conceded to be the most
aimiable, accomplished and intelligent
women of her time. She possesses that
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Fifty-fourth Volume, Commencing with ihe
January J umber, 185.).
L. Gatlobd Clabk, Dr. J. O. Notes,
Arrangements have been made with
graceful ease of rnarner, tact and readi- many of the popular authors already con
ness in conversation which makes anyone tnbuting to the Knickerbocker, for arti-
feel at home in her society, and renders cles for the succedinjrrolume of the raarr-
Isaac Edwaee3, )
KOTICE ia hereby given that by Tirtuc of an or
der made by the cinaha County District Court of
rtebnidka lenitory, at the September term, A. D.
18j, thereof, that I, J. IS, V tils, Shoriff of said
county, will offer for sale, and sell at public nuctioD.
to the highest bidder, for cash in hand at tha door
of the nouje in which the last term of the said Court
was held at Brownvil' in sail county, on Monday
the twenty-first day of November, A. D. ISoS. be
tween the hour of ten o'clock A. if. and four o'clock, P.
M.,ot dAia day the lul. owing described property, to
wit.; A lot of sawed lumber consisting of floorin".
tiding and fome ttudd nj, standing on the bank of
riveer, on the Lland or oiite Soiiora,XeLraika Terri
tory. Uiven under my hanJ tho eighth day cf Novem
ber, 1S59. J. B. WELLS,
Sheriff of Nemaha County.
Browarille. Nov- TO, 1S53. 2w F$450
I. It. Comings vs. Z. W. Clark.
NOTICE ia hereby given that by virtue of an ex
ecution issued from the office of the Clerk of the
District Court for, 'Nemaha Countv, Nebraska Ter-
riwjry, aganuw j. . Vi!trK, ana in lavor Of I. K.
Comings, for the auraof seventy -seven dolian and
thirty-three cents: I, J. B. Wells. Sheriff of said
county, hart levied upon, and on Tuesday, the 23th
day of November, A. D. lib'i, between the boun
of tea o'clock A. sr. and four o'clock, p. frcm
the door of the house in which the I nut term of said
Court was held at Brownville in said countv. will
sell, at public sale, to tho highest bidder, for cash in
hand, as the property of said Z. V. Clark, to satisfy
said execution the lollowinsr described Iieal-eta.te
to-wit. The west half of the South-west quarter of
UWWWU UUUIVI DlAy A V TT U- ill p U U ill ULT UV Pj OrtLl
of Iiange number sixteen (1G), East of the sixth
principle meridian, wording to the (Jovernment
Purvey, situated ia sai 1 county of Nemaha, together
wnn au tne improvements tnercuntn belonging.
J. B. WELLS,
Sheriff of Nemaha Co., N. T.
Brownville. Nov. 3, lS59.-161t-$7.50
LLLLLLLLL . i
LLLLL ' !
Sells all kinds of Gcoi
TIL1X J.YY OTHER U0USL I.V
THE UPPER COUNTRY.
TO PURCHASE DRY-GOODS,
TO PURCHASE GROCERIES,
TO PURCHASE PROVISIONS,
TO PURCHASE BOOTS & SHCIi
TO PURCHASE QUEENSWARZ,
TO PURCHASE FANCY COOLS, !
To Purchase Ladies Dress Goods,
her conversation charmins:.
She con- azine, comprizing, we believe, a greater
I. T. VVhvtS VS. Z. V. rinrt
tested theDalm of Donularitv evenlv with amount of tulent than has ever before NOTICEis hercbv!riven.ibftti.v.r,rt.p.
Mrs. Madison, and with that single ex- been enlisted by any other Periodical ia fention issued from the oCeeof theCierkof theDis-
eeftion was ,mnch the most pophr lady .he ,Muirjr. , .v.CT.Tx?,?
that ever did the honors at the Vhite As heretofore, the pajes of the Knick- the sum of fifty-one dollars and sisty-two cents: I
v w- . . i i 1 1 '" t . . TOW-.1T.C1 r it - i '
House, wnile nere in JNasnville, she u ernock-er win oe devoted to the cultiva- , ... '3 . er'a l.mi j tavoievied u
regarded with a love and admiration that tion of literature, art and humor. Leav
approach reverence. Regularly on the ing out the discussion of vexed political
first of January, the Legislature of Ten- and polemical questions, it will be the
nessee aajourns oy iormai vote to permit aim 01 tne cuuors to procure tor the at public saie,to the highest LiJJerforcah in band,
the members to pay their respects to Mrs. body of the Magizine the most brilliant as the property of sa d Z. wr. Clirk, in jatisfact:on
Polk an honor never accorded to any articles upon the topics of the day : and
. . ... . 1 . t " .U I - .1. . , .,,
firnur nurtnn nnr uwun in e -onoroi irir i n i f" ii uh rnv n ri'M tit i loir rnm m -i iui uni i i ,.r r l . .
vn-iw y aav v via V vauiiu k Lai iwtv- o wVv.vv Ai vvu.umiiu uu iw wi bwuuu Duuiuer six, lownsaiD nuaiber fiFe I Dnrchasfrs satisfaction.
J 9 I -
and will, on the 29th day of Nov., A. 1). 1359, bo
tween the hours of ten o'clock, A. M. and four o'clock
P. M., of said day at the door of the house in which
the last term of said Court of saidcou. ty was held
in Brownville, in said county, will proceed to sell
Provision & Groc?ij
a t o ii u,
MAIN ST., BROWNVILLE, N. T,
Luthbaugh Carton Oil Bankinj Fow
P. J. HENDGEN ..
CALLS ATTESTIOX TO HIS
Fresh and Superb Stock of
Recertify opened out in Brovrr.rilh,
His stock U all fresh and pure, and cannot (ill U
son himself; and with the speakers of enable thorn to make' the Knickerbocker n range number sixteen, easi of the sixth princi
both Houses at their head, proceed in a
mailer. Air. tlark s time bein?now be-1 all tho i mprovements to smd land hl.trcfrinr
T li'ri'f ?
L'uu y iu uc i iiuuic. auen ucuuii uuurua
fair instance of the respect and es-
eem in which she is held.
stowed mainly upon the "Editor's Table"
the inimitable feature of the Knicker
bocker, he will labor to make it the most
Austria, France and Sardinia. delightful repository of wit, humor, and
There are conflicting rumors in Europe ot literary gi ms in the English language
as we learn, by toreiirn papers brought
by the last steamer, respecting the peace
established by the Zurich Conference
One account has it that Austria refused
o siirn the treaty of peace, considering
extra copy sent
. 5 00
to any 6ne who
J. B. WELLS.
Sheriff cf Nemaba co., N. T.
Crown ville, Nor. 3d, 13 59. 17-4t--$750
S HER IFF"'SSATE7
. AlexanJtr Vcrgut, anJ Joancih Ferc-M.
NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of an or
der made by the Nemaha county, District Court, of
Nebraska Territory, April term, a. d. 1S53, thereof,
that f, J.B. Wells, Sheriff ot said countv. will of-
that the compact of Villa Franca has not WM make tip a club of ten subscribers at
been acted up to, and making pecuniary each.
claims on i-iomoaray wnicn trance will wjoh-ldestid inducements to sub
not, and Sardinia cannot accede to. The schiuers and agents.
set-off" to these claims would be the ex- Any person who will forward ten new
it was by ?he
ouirht not to
Groceries of all Kin'h
Ej"Hemember that lTen!zen ie'.ls cheaper tla cl
other houe in Brownri llt'.J
vciooerxj, laoj, vinieyiy
vr ... T V. .1 i en hern noro tn tha Ii nil-rk.-,il.n C , I x c.
liic vkui.ii, uiutuiLcUi us i "-nuvia iu iiun,acjuui,iici lui. lilt; .'u. urc,ii rango o. id, east, in
tyranny of Austria in It!ilv. year, at $3 each, will be presented with 6ne bu.ndre'i and sixty rods to the
i be borne by France and Sar- a deed giving a perfect title to ten acres east one Thued 1 7 Zu
dinia. On the other hand, it is declared
in Texas, Kansas, Iowa, or Wis-
fer for sale, and sell at public auction to the hiirhest
Diauer, ior cusa in nana, at tne door ot the h u?e
in which the last term of the District Court waj held
in Brownville, in said county, of Neni&ba on Mon
day ;ne I Jin day of Dec.,
PM, of said day,
ence running west
ty rods, thence
nee south sixfv I TITrv irr fr -r-rrrtir nil IHE.
ivus m iuc 'ia.g ocginning, contain exty acres,
in said county, of Neni&ba on Mon- '
lyof Dec., x.D. lS59,at four O'clock TITll'n HHfT i 17l flTTfl?!
, the following described Keal-estatc, J Ii V f 1 11' V 11 I ' U'
ncing at tho south-east corner of tho jlh j A i H ! " ! - I H ! M J i
rtcr of section No. 31, in township ULki U JJ i
JUST SUITS THE PEOPLE.
that the treaty of Zurich would immedi- consin, and ten copies of the Knicker- an-di ia prl-f th-e &jYe amod c'uarti:;r cctioD.the
ately be completed, after which there is bocker for cne yecr, v. ill le roaM rir
10 De a COnierence Ol me Ureal H,urcpe- F,UWii'l,y ltJ me suosciioers wnose names urour against Alexander J-er-us & JoannahFer
an rowers, including England, finally to arGr torwarded, whether at the same or
adjust the anairs of Italy. , It is also said, anierent post oraces. In the same por-
but seems almost incredible, that France u:n. deeds ior zv, 4UbU lbO S3 sub
makes a demand, upon the Kimr of Sar- scriptions an acre for each copy sub-
dmia, of an indemnity from Piedmont of scribed lor. J . A. fJ bay; Publisher.
the expenses of the war almost incred- lb &, iy Jacob st. cor. Irankford st. N.Y
ible, because Victor Emmanuel was not
allowed to have any voice at Villa Fran
Interchange of Compliments,
- TI - r r
rnnce xxapoieon, son or Jerome, is
said to be on the eve of paying a five-
day's visit to England, and the Emper
or of Austria is reported to be on the
eve of becoming the guest of the Empe
ror of the French, in the rural retire
ment of Compeigein. Queen Victoria
will probably be in Windsor or Osborn
Strayed from the subscriber at Brownville. V. T.. on
or about the 15th of October, 1853, two wore oxen. One
of tliem is of red color, with wbit spot in the left flank
and iu the forehead, loug hcrna and a brass knob ou the
left horn. The other is red and white. . head and n-k
quite red, lepg horns, with a brass knob on the right
burn, had a be! 1 with white strap. The above reward
win tie paiu ror their return, or $5 for any information
leading to their recovery.
Brownville. November 10, 1S53.
2u, in the said court, wherein tha sirl ThnrKer
foreclosed a certain mortgage against the said Al
exander Fergusand Joannah Fergus, upon said prop
erty to satisfy which mortgage, and tho sum duo
thereon, tho said order was made.
Given under my hand thi3 third day of Novem-
ucr, a. v. loot?.
J. B. WELLS,
Sheriff cf Nemaha county.
Brownville, Not. Sd, 13o9. nl7-4t-$7 60
Made of Good Stock,
: AITD OP EVERY PEIC2.
honcrs him, and
To hasten 'a marriage, lock up a girl
the-United States will who was afterwards President cf ihe m a oca-room, anu men snow, ncr lover
United States. In 1S11 and lSlo, Mr. i tho back window.
TAKEX UP by ihe undersigned, on this 8th dar of
ovemocr, iocs, ouenuau urown norse.all four of his
feet wbue, larse wbite spot in the forehead, saddle
m.iried. lone tailed and low ciirrii?iHi iiiirwut k.
. . . . . r , ' 7 .u
when rnnce rlon-rlon visits London, in eignt or nlne ycars 0l,K The ,v,liCT ViU fl"d said horse
h r. i . i ai my res:ueuce near iue i.iixie Aciiiana ferrv Nemaha
w.,.. ."K, .i.w. v. tmti- i cujuij, j. x., u uiTe mia oy payiDK ail charee of
tai.i mm. .Tha Austrian : Em npmr nt ave.r.t,3lllK: ...... Jacob bozartu.
the French court, willba made the object
of every attention so 'much so, that he
may well wonder whether his host really
is th'j person who defeated him at Sclfe
rino, a few months since, Politics, like
misery,- often gives . men strange bed
fellows. The Emperors of Austria and Russia
are also to have a friendly meeting at
Warsaw. There has been some coolness
between them, owing to the position Rus
sia took during the war, but no quarrel.
If they should agree to make common
cause against Napoleon. More improv
able events have lately occurred.
Queen Victoria's son, Prince Albert,
the midshiman, is about visiting the Sul
tan, at Constinople. . The young gentle
man is learning navigation very pleasant
ly, at any rate. "
The Buffalo . Republican states that
there are seven hundred and nfty-fotx
papers which have come out fcr Douglas
for President. No other candidate has
as many as fifty. -
November 8th, 1S5D.
Gage County, J. T.
Charles W. Cross!
Notice is hereby given that bv virtne of a certain
deed of trust to me executed on ihe third day of Sept
ember, ISiS, and dehvered by Charles W. Cross of
GageCcuniy, .Nebraska Terriiory, as party cf the flrbt
part, for the use of Joseph Proud, party of the second
part, and to secure the payment or the afrcaid Charles
W.C.-oss' proniiS-ry n ite of two huvlred dollars, bearing
date Sept. third, lboa, and drawing interest at ten per
cent, per annum, executed and delivered to the said
Joseph Prond, 1 ehall proceed to sell at public sale to
the nicest bidder, for cash, the said real estate convey
ed by the said deed of trust, to wit J the east half I(2)
pf the north-cast quarter (lj4) uf section number eleven
(II). and the nrth west quarter (1 1 1) ot the north west!
quarter or section number twelve (12), in township
nnn:ber four (4), north of range mrnber five (5). esst of
the sixth principal meridian, inG i county, Nebraska j
Territory, at the office door of the county clerk of said
county, on Monday liecember 12lh, 1S59, at t o'clock P.
M. of said djy.
Nov. 8 lKW !3-4t $7 RO for fee JOSF.PFT PROCD.
I'. L. Guldnlcri
NOTICE is hereby riven that by virtne cf an nr.
dr r made by the Nemaha county, District Court of
ebraKa Territory, at tfce September term. A. I).
1S9, thereof, that I will offer for sale, and Boll at
public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand,
at the door of the house in which the last term of th
said Court was held at Urwcville in said county
of Nemaha, on Monday the 12th day of Dcc-ember
A. D. 1859, at 4 o'clock P. v., of said day, the fol
lowing real estate to-wit: lots no eleven and twelve
in block no. tbirty-nine,in the City of lirownville.
Nebraska Territory, as is evidenced by tho recorded
plat of the said cify of lirownville, the said order
being made in the case of F. L. Goldibery, asrainst
,oun jieuonoua, in me saia court, waercin the
said Go'd.-bury forfclosed a certain inortna against
the said McDonough, and upon the said proper tv,
to satisfy which mortgage and the sum due the said
order was made.
Given uudcr my hand the thirJ d.iy of November
J. B. WELLS,
Sheriff f Nemaha county, N. T.
Drown ville, Nov, Z, 1SS9. l8-tt-S750
William S. llal
AM Line J
junto is nereDy given, tcai j, i-a.v5 Irwin
fchcriff f Juhn?on county, will, proceed tscll at
jmblw sale to the highest bidder fr eath ia hand,
from the door of the house in which the last term
of the Johnson county Neb ra.ka Territory iJistrict
Court was held, in Tecumprth in said county of
Johnson, on the 10th day of December, A. D. lil1?,
at three o'clock. T. M, of said- day, the following
real estate, to-wit: tho east half of the south-east
quarter of section No. fouitcen township No. five.
norm oi ivan 'e o. eleven, east of the sixth
Ana lie is bound to Sell for Casi,
or Kxclian?:c lor Hide?,
Peltry, Furs. etc.
CALL AND SEE HIM IF YOU 1VISH
TO SECURE CHOICE ...
Ladies, Gentlemen and Catlitrea la wsntof taj
of covering for the feet, should nut tail to to to
where they will fiadaa laimer.se stock ot well J1',
" Boot3, Shoes, Gaiters, and Ladies
Whrch for cheapness and excellence he plcdgri him
cannot be surpassed ia the nrper country. "
D. X.. M'OAHT. O.B.HEWITT. Z. W.TBC3L"'
McGary, He weft & Thorny
ATTORNEYS AT LAV
SOLICITORS LY CILIXCERY-
CroTnTllIe, Ncljrasia. "
Will practice In the Courts of Sc&raikJ.MlSJf'
Mesart . Crow, McCreary & Co., St. Low,
Hon; Jarae Af. II jehs,
Hon. John U. tricp;y,
Hon. James Crai,;, .
Hon. Silus Woiin,
Hon. Samuel V. Ulack,
S. F. Nuckolls, Ksq.,
Cbeever Sweet & Co.,
It. W. Furnas
Brownville, JT. T. Oct.
oi me sum mn
Taken up by the subscriber cn the 23J day of cipal meridian In Johnson county, Nebraska Terri
October, 18j9, one chestnut colored horse fourteen
and a half hands high, seven jeursold, white stripe
in face, and three white fect. Aho a cream colored
miu"?, white main and tail, fonrteen and a half hands
high, stven years o!d, white stripe in face and scar
on the left fore leg abive the knee. Tho owner can
have them by proving property ad paying all char
ges connected therewith.
JOIiN, CAD 31 AN.
torr, taken a3 the property of Ab l Line in execu
tion in favor of William S. Hall, issued by and
from the Nemaha county District Court f said
Territory, and to mo directed, as the Sheriff cJ
county of Johnsoa.
Viivan under my hand this thirds day of rJoveai
tcr,lS59. ISAAC IRWIN',
Sheriff, of Johnsoa County, ". T.
-It-Ncl7 ?T 50. "
GEI7EHAL liAIID AGinTTS,
Dealers in Coin,T7nc-urr-?nt Money, Exch-
ana larnd Yajrants,
Collection made on all tccestible point. T' ii,
and prompt attention given to all uuiinesa perw.
a first class Land Agency. . ,
UNITED STATES E.XFRESS COUf l rf
A safe and reiiahle compav ior the traasm"
money packages. roanfr
Also An-ints for the Hartford Fire Insurance to i4 .
of llfirt.'ora, Connecticut.
We have remove our oiTi-j to tae bJ(
MainMreet. next d.K.r toSeodore mu -near
the 1'. S. Land . c j-js j.V.
Oct 21. K56, nil trSHBACCBfcCAWJ
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