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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1860)
BROWNVILLE, FEB. 1G, 1SC0.
mcT 0ge year, If paid In advisee, - (3 09
" " at tbe end of 6 months, 2,60
M " I 00
ClnU of H or waore will be furnished at $I,fX per
gigoSL, proviuru tuv vu cwumptuici id ruer, not
rj- Ths "NebraskA AdrertiscT" having
-jacb toe largest circulation of any paper in
the Territory, wnoiesaie xaercnanta in Bt,
imi st J oepa, Cfncinnati and other Eaet-
grn xnaxci wtierc curjui men, pallia pur
ehsse. Till find no better advertising medium
ja the W eitern couniryta - - -
art bare n hand, pnuted in in peri or style, aud for
-!e cheap for casn, a rren suppiy or
Srirranty Deeds, Mortjaj-e Deeds,
Justice, sheriff and Constable Blanks,
. Allan ic preemption papers.
Township Flats. Bills Ladinc.
Drafts, Notes, etc., etc.. etc.
klfn w call tbe especial attention of tho.eln need.
T! Printing-of anr and every description executed to
a style inferior to none, produced In any part of
fa cantry. We except no orace in the west, or else
vnert, and offer specimens of oor work as evidence.
0a Monday next the High School De-
p&rtment of theBrownrille Public Schools
will commence uncer tne cn&rge or iter.
T. W. Tmox. For the present, the
new Confijf Rational church will be used
a school room. ,
It may be well to f ay that this school is
free to all actual residents of the Brown-
Tille School District, of proper grade to
eater the High Classes. Scholars, non
residents of . the. District will be admit
ted on payment of a moderate tuition fee.
A lar?e and commodious private board
irg house, situated near the School build
ing, has been opened by Mr. Swan, with
ariew to the accommodation of students
desiring to attend this school.
UU Road Packets.
We are pleased to be authorized to
.announce to our readers that the Hanni
hl and St, Jo. R.R. Company, ha?e made
t positive and permanent arrangement
whereby the people in this section of the
'Country will be accommodated the coming-season
with excellent traveling facili
ties. . The new and popular steamers
Omtha, Emelie and Des Moine, will run
in regular connection with the Railroad
u St. Joseph. Theodore Hill of this city,
Conhion Schools In Nebraska.
To Wm. E. Ha k vet, Esq. Commis
sioner of Common Schools in Nebraska,
tre are indebted for a full report of the
ron&iuon. of Common Schools in Nebras
ka. From it we find the number of chil
dren in Nebraska, between the ages of
fire and Iwenty-one years to be 5,767
rcales 2,399; females 2,368. No. of
I schools organized under the New Law
32; distributed as follows: Nemaha
County 9, Otoe 2, Cass 5, Sarpy 2, Dix
on 3, Douglas 4, Dodge 2, Washington
4. Of Select Schools there are ten in
the Territory, viz : Cass 8, Cedar 2.
1 Cliancc to Pay Taxes.
Tho do itE Hill of this City proposes
to pay taxes for Farmers who have
thus far been unable to do so, and receive
corn and wheat as his pay. This is pay
ing cash for grain, and cannot fail to prove
i a great relief to many.
. The editor of this paper delivered the
Lecture on-last Thursday evening; sub
ject ''The Manifest Greatness of Our
Country." This evening E. W. Thomap,
Eiq.t will lecture ; Subject "The Influ
ence of the Institutions of the Middle
Ages on the Present State of Society."
A child" of Mr. A. Dodd, near this
jlaee, died suddenly on Thursday last,
from the effect of a grain of corn inject
ed into its windpipe.
Of the Smithsosiaic Ikstitcte, will
axept our thanks for a copy of "Descrip.
tioa of Supposed new Species of Birds
konCape St. Lucas, New California, by
Xatcs." It is valuable and inter
ring. We ere, by this additional favor re
minded of an obligation we are under to
IW. Baird, to make known in Nebras
ka that the Smithsonian Institute is de
cerns of collecting as full a series as
possible of the nests and eggs of Birds
f North America, with a view not only
tf exhibition in its museum, but also as
furnishing materials for a work on North
American Oology, to be prepared by
frr. Brown, of Boston, and published
a successive parts by the Institution.
T&e Professor states to us in a private
tater that he Ir exceedingly anxious to
tare collections of all kinds from Nebras
ka; especially specimens in Ornotholo
ology, and Oology; there being but
few in the Museum from this section of
The season for collecting bird's nests
H1 soon be on hand, and next week we
publish the instructions of the Insu
re for collecting and preserving; hop
fcgthat all who feel an interest in the
ject of Natural History will aid us in
taking a collection for the Museum of
THE UNION SAFE I
PERU, NEMAHA COUNTY, IT.
R. W. PHALIB Cz CO.,
Ilaring engaged in the Mercantile IJusiiets, would
respectfully invite tbecitueus of cm&ba, and ad
joining counties is Nebraska, Atchison unt t. Mo.
. . .. . . - .
ana t remonf coanty, lows, to call and exams their
stock, consisting of
And all other articles usuallv keot in
All of which we will sell on the most rea-
. sonable terras for .
CASH OR PRODUCE.
All are solicited to call and examine our
We expect to keep a full stock, and
determined to make it the
o x a
TO DEAL WITH US.
We also wish to Purchase
BUSnELS OF CORN,
ror wmcn we will mv tha hifrhcst
W. FRAME & CO.
On Saturday last we were favored by
isit, while in our sanctum, from both
neighbors of the Herald Faxrbro
T and Hacker. We are always
J Phased to meet our brothers cf the quill.
'UI aii kinds, for sale at this otnee. -
Petition for Divorce.
Francis C. Butler In the DUtrlct Court of Juhnton
va. County. Ncbra.ka TerrUory, April
Nathan Butler J Term 1660.
To Na'.lian Butler, tho above named defendant:
lou are bcrety iiutibed that yrn.cii C. Butler, the
above named plaintiff In tUit cause, lias filed in tbe of
fice of the clerk of the District Court of the Second Ju
dicial District of N'cbrafcka Territory, in and for tbe
county of Johnson, a petition praying tbe court for the
cau.es therein et forth to praut the said plaintiff a de
cree of divorce from you the ttaid defendant, and also
praylug the said court to decree that the cuttodr of tbe
child, the ixsue of niarrl ipc between you the said defen-
lant and tbe said plaintiff, fthall, during Us mlnoritv.
be and remain in said plaintiff and for such other and
further relief as justice and equity may require. And
you are further hereby notified that un!essyou appear
before the said court on or before tbe niorulug of tbe
ecoixl day uf the next term thereof to' be betrun and
held at the court house in Johnson county, Kebratka
Territory; on the first Monday being the 2d day of April
ibmj, ana answer an ana singular the allegations of said
petition, tbe same will be taken aj true and the decree
prayed for will be granted by the court.
J. B. WESTON, Solicitor for Pff.
It is hereby ordered that t the above notice be publish
ed in tbe Xcbraka Advertiser for four consecutive
weeks as tbe law requires.
ALLEN' BLACKER, Clerk.
S7-$l0fee By Phil. H. Kilt, Pep.
All Kinds of Agricultural Bocks
PublUhcd and for sale by
C. 31. SAXTOX, BARKER & CO..
Ho. 25. Park Eow, New York.
IHDLCCIKO THX rOLLOWIKO WORK!!
Bird Fanciers, Rabbit Fanciers, Fish Culture, Bee
Keeper's Manual, Domestic Fowls, Domestic Animals,
Cattle Doctor, Hori-e Doctor, Barn Book, Stable Book,
Farm Implements, Treatisca on Grasses, Grains, Weeds
and useful Plants; Manures, X uck Manuals, Hedges and
Evergreens. Farm Drainage, Letters to Farmers, Agri
culfural. Chemistry, Rural Handbooks, Landscape Gar
dening, Rural Dwellings, Rural Essays, Gardener's As
sistant, Flower-Garden Directory, Culture of the Rose,
Grape Culture, Strawberry Culture, Cranberry Cul
ture, Pear Culture, Fruit Books, Receipt Books and
Cook Boots, &.C, &c, &c.
Books sent by mail to any part of tbe country on re
ceipt of price. Catalogues furnished on application to
C. M. SAXTON, BARKER & CO.
Agricultural Booksellers and Publishers of--.
VO. 25, PARK ROW, XtW TORK.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an
order of tbe Probate Court of Nemaha county, X. Tn
granted on tbe 5th day of January, A. P. 1663, I,
Conrad F. Harms, as Administrator of the Estate of
Joshua Randall, lato of said coanty,decoased, will,
on Saturday the 25th day of February, A. D1S60,
between tho hours of 9 o'clock, A. M. and tho setting
of sun of that day, before the oCce of tbe Probata
Judge of said county, in Brownville, offer for saie to
tbe highest bidder, tbe following described real es
tate, to-wit: tho east half ( A) of the south-west
quarter ( ) and the west half ( ) of the southeast
quarter (,.) of section number thirty-two (31), ia
township number six (6), north or range number
fourteen (14), eastof the Oth principal meridian in
Ncbnuka and county of Nemaha, together with the
improvement and appurtenances thereto belonging,
eonsifting of a log houe about fourteen feet square
and twelve aereiof breaking inclosed by a lawful
Terms of sale : one third each ia ha.r.d.one third to
be paid in six uionthsfrom the time of talc, and one
third in oce year from day of sale.
CONRAD F. HARMS, Admi-jistrator.
Brownville, Jan. 12th, 1SC0. 27 6tJ 10.50
HHH f HHH
Russell Peery ) Attachment before Wra. Jfnnson,
s a Justice of the Peace ia and for Kema-
Luke Lavender ba county, Nebraska Territory, .
To Luke Lavender, def . : Tou are hersby notified
that a writ of attachment has been U$ue-S from the of
fice of Eq. ifuiKUin, la favor 1 Kusoell Ptry for tbe
sum of twenty-five dollars and twenty-five cents and
against tbe said Luke Lavender and the returns being
made not found as to tbe defendant, you wiU therefore
take notice that unless you apiar at tbe office of tbe
said J notice of the Peace at Peru iu said county on the
tenth day of February I860, and answer, the said ctaim
will be taken as confessed aud judgment rendered
against you for the same.
Ordered that tbe above notice be published in the Ne
WM. aCCSTSON. Justice of the Psace.
January 1 9, 1SPO n?3-St-4 60f
Whereas S. A. Chambera, executor of tie estate of
Willis inn, deceued, bas tbis day isade application to
the Probate Court of Kenmha County, Nebraska Terri
tory, for one year's extension of time to collect tfvo as
sets of said route and pay the debts and legacies charge
able ap.in.t the sane, notice Is hereby given that I have
set Saturday ths 25th day of February 18 JO, at 10 o'clock
A M, as the time for bearing said erplictfica, at my of
fice ia Brownville la said coanty, when and where all
persons interested may attend and show cattse why said
eztention should not be allowed.
Given under my hand and official seal this lst da of
Jjnuarr 1S60. ' 1
2tt5 -- - "C. 'w.-VHr:i:tm.rrcte Juiit.
LLL -i U
LLL r; LL, .
LLLLL V 1 ;
Sells all kinds of Goods
mvjvy OTHER HOUSE IX
THE, UPPER COUNTRY.
TO PURCHASE DRY-GOODS,
TO PURCHASE GROCERIES,
TO PURCHASE PROVISIONS,
TO PURCHASE BOOTS &. SHOES.
TO PURCHASE QUEENSWARE,
TO PURCHASE FANCY GOODS,
To Purchase Ladies Dress Goods,
t..is-.aiLjiLji lJ a
JUST SUITS THE PEOPLE.
TIIEY ARE OF EVERY GRADE,
Made of Good Stock,
AITD OF EVERY PEICE.
And ne Is bound to Sell Tor Casli,
or auxenangre lor Hides,
. Ieltry, Furs. etc.
CALL AND SEE HIM IF YOU WISH
TO SECURE CHOICE
Ladles, Gentlemen and Children in want of any kind
of covering for tbe feet, should not fall to go to DEX,
where tbey will find an immcr.se stock of well made
Boots, Shoes, GaiiiTS, and Ladies1
Whrch for cheapness and excellence he pledges himself
cannot be aurpaaed In tbe upper country.
IIAXXIIlAEa & ST. JOSEPH R. R.
Morning Train leaves St. Joseph at 6:00
Evening Train leaves do do - 6:49
St. Joseph Is reached by the Western Stage Line.
Passengers save time and tiresome staging by this route
Daily connections made at Ilannibal with al Eastern
uu oomoFrn natiroau auu.nH.aeiB.
J T D Haywood, Sup't., Hannibal.
D C Sawin, General Agent, St. Jce.
P B Groat, G. Ticket Agent, Han'bal
Theo. Hill, G. T. Ag't, Brownville.
November 54, 1859.
A. a a, a a , -i -rij .
TIio CLIclalper crccsrcri
I shall putlish the Dilly Globe, and the Congres
sional Ulcbe, and Appendix dnrin th next t'isa
of Congre. The Daily Cioba wLl contain a report
of tha debates in both tranches of Cor grass, as ta
ken down by reporters, equal at least, to asy corps
of shorthand writers in tiii or any other country.
When the derates of the day do not make more than
forty-five columns, they shall appear ia the Globs
of thejnext morning, which will contain, sJao, ths
newj of the day, together with such editorial arti-
eles as paseiag evenU suggest. ,
The Conereiaional Glooa and Aroendix. will eea
tain a report of all the debates is Oonfiress, revised
by the Speakers, the Me3ages of the President of
the United States, tho Annual reports of thebtadi
of the hxecntire Cepartiaents, the Keports el com
mittees of Congress on important eubjecU of ga
oral interest, tha Laws pa&sed during the session,
and copious indexes to . all. These will be printed
on a double royal sheet, in book form, royal quarto
size, each number containing sixteen pages, aver
aging 2,227 words per pnge. . The whole will make
between 1,700 and 2,000 pages. It is believed that
no book has ever bean Jpublisbed at so low a rate.
Last year I advertised ia the Daily Globe for six
months, and in about oce hundred ether newspa
pers ia thi United States, a reward to any person of
two hundred and forty-2Te dollars, who would pro
dsee a book published at so low a rate, and none
was produced. The large number . cf copies sub
scribed for by Congress enables me to afford the de
bates to subscribers so cheap. . .
The Congressional Glohe and Appendix pass free
through the mails of the United States, as will be
seen by reading the following joint resolution las
ted by Congress August 6, 18a2 :
Joint Resolution Providing for the Bis-
tiluiion of the Lavs of Congress and
the Debates Thereon:' ' .-, :.
With a view to the cheap circulation cf the Inws
of Congress, and the debates contibuting to the tree
interpretation thereof, and to make free commeni-
cation between the representative and cossUtoeat
bodies : ' -
Ee it resolved bv the Senate and Eonsa of repre
sentatives of the United States of America in the
Con cress assembled. That from and after the pres
ent session or Congress, the Congressional Globe
ann Appendix, which contain the Laws and the de
bates thereon, shall pass ' free through the mails, so
Ion? as the same shall be pubiishea by oraer ox uon
srress: rrovided that nomine nerein snail ne con
strucd to -authorise the circulation of - the daily
Globe, free of postage. -
Approved, August 6, ISaZ.
For a copy of the Daily Globe 4 months $3,09
For a copy for a less time (per month) 1,00
For a copy of the Congressional Globe and
AoDecdix durinz the1 session - ' ' - '3,00
Dank notes current in the section of the country
where a subscriber resides will be received at Par,
The whole or any part of . a subscription may bare
mittcd in nostasre stamps, which are preferable- to
any cuarency except gold and silver. Where Bank
notes under $5 cannot be procured I will send two
copies for ?;.-.
A paper will sot be sent unless tne money accom
panies the order for it. -.-I
cannot a fiord to exchange with all the newspa
pers that desire the Globe, but I will send the dai-
Globe dorin? the Session to all who shall publish
this prospectus three times before the first Monday
n next eoember. Those who publish should send
their paptrs containining it to me, narked with a
pen, to direct attention to It. The Congressional
Globe and Appendix will be stereotype.!, and there
fore. I shall be able to aond the back numbers for
this session to all who may subscribe atter the ses
sion commences : but if tne first edition snail nave
been exhausted before the subscription money is re
ceived.I shall charge one dollar additional per copy
to par tbe expense of putting the plates on the prosa.
Subscriptions should reach me as early as the first
week in December, to insure complete copies at tne
prices advertised abete.
JUU. M. KlVbS,
Washington, October, 1859.
November S, 1S69.
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MORTON HOUSE, :
IVERR ASKA CITY, IiXRRASEA.
T. I. GODDIN, Proprietor.
September, 29, 1859. " tf.
P. J. HENDGEN
ITercby notifies the public that he has purchased tbe
Nebraska House in Brownville, N. T., formerly kept by
J. Edwards, and has remodeled, renovated and enti
rely changed tbe whole house, from cellar to garret.
with an etpecial view to neatness, comfort and conve
nience. Having bad many years experience as hotel
keeper, he feels safe in warranting the boarding patron
age of Brownville, and tbe traveling public, that, wtile
t the American, tbey will have no reason to complain
or the rare in any respect. -
Tbe Hotel is situated Immediately at the Steamboat
Landing, foot of Main atreet, and consequently affords
peculiar advantages to the traveling community. The
proprietor asks but to be trljd, and if not found worthy.
January, 19 1860. 28-tf
Uoereas applcation has thiaday been made to the Pro
bate Curt of Nemaha County, ltebraka Territory, by
John Kbbs to be appointed Administrator of the estate f
Charles Ebbs, late of Ft. Kearney, K. T., deceased,
notice is hereby riven that Saturday tbt 10th day of
Xarcn, A. D., I860, at 10 o'clock A. Ji. Is the time set
for tbe hearing of said application at my office, in
Brownville, in said county, when and where all per
sons ia teres ted may appear and show cause why letters
of administration of said estate should not be issued to
the said applicant.
Given undo wiy aaed and facial seal this 1st day of
February A l I860,
CTRCS w. WHEELER, Probata Jadge.
NOTICE is hereby given by me, J. B. Wells, She-
nam and for the County of Nemaha, Nebraska Ter
ritory.thaton to-wit the 13th day of February, A,
D. 1830, at two o'clock, r.x. of said day. that 1 will
offer for sale, and sell to the highest bidder for cash
at the levee in the city of Brownville in said Aietcaha
county the following described property to wit, the
steam ferry boat Otoe, ana the goods and chattels
hereunto belonging, the said boat and goods and
chattels now lying at the said levee, the said sale be
ingandcr and by virtue of a writ alias execution,
directed to me and issued againstthe said boat upon
a judgement obtained by &muel Calien aud against
the said steam lorry boat utoe, at tbe March adjour
ned term 1859 cf the District Court for the coun
ty of Otoe in the said Territory.and entered apon the
record cf said court at the December adjourned term
held and begun on January 19, AO I860 for the sum
of six hundred and forty-six dollars and forty-five
ecntsand foreostsof suit.
Given under my hand this first day of February A.
. J. It. WELLS,
2w-$L50 Sheriff f Nemaha County.
David Seigel T'B
vt I To Spring Term A. D
Brownville Hotel Company 1 1860 of the DistrictJ
ana Kooert w. uxnas, (Court ror emana conn
Richard Brwa, , iy, Nebraska Territory.
J. W. Coleman,
Oscar F. Lake, Defend t
Richard Brown wili take notice that David Seigel of
said county of Xeraaha did, on tbe Slut day of December
A. D. file his petition in the office of the Clerk of
the said District Conrt for Xemaba County. Nebraska
Territory, against the Brownville Hotel Company and
R. W. Turnas, Richard Brown, Homer Johnson, J. W.
Coleman. Oscar F. Lake, Defendants, wherein is claim
ed of said defendants tbe mm of Eve hundred and thirty-eight
dollars with interest tbereon at the rate often
percent per annum from the 13ih day of December A.
D. IS39, on a promissory note executed by the said def
endants to said plaintiff on the Uth day of December
1S58. And the a4 defendant Richard Brown Is also
further notified that tpon tbe necessary affidavit of the
said plaintiff an c-rcsref attachment baa been issued
against him, and that Tw ts required to appear and an
swer on er before the flrt day of the next term of said
court, or Judrocet will be rendered against him for
said claim and coats. i
' HETrrriw. Thomas,
?i-i$7 re. , km Air?, tv rr.
A Good Farm for Sale.
The subscriber win sen at a great bargain every
choice quarter of section of land in Johnson county, Ne
braska. There are forty acres of fine timber land.
60 acres nnder cultivation, a good log bouse and ether
improvements. It Is two and a half miles from Tecum
seh, on the road from thence to Pawnee City.
Any person wishing to purchase a good tract of land on
very reasonable terms, will apply to Cyrus Wnghl at
Tecumtea, or Johh L. Carson, Banker, In Brownville,
or to Geo. w. Shroat, Xebraska City.
Residing at Worralllon, in Nemaha Co,
January 18, 1860 28-tf
I hereby caution all persons indebted to the lite
firm of Green, Sprinkle A Co., alias, Sprinkle. Baker
St Green, against paying any debts, notes of hand or
book accounts accruing to said firm except to myself,
from my office about a year ago, and as yet I have not
and cannot get any satisfaction as to the disposal of
the collections. JL.fc.VI SfUlMLL.
WE are now in receipt of on r FALL GOODS,
which comprises everything a GENT, or LADY is
likely to want. We invite our friends, and the pub
lie generally to COME AND SEE US, as we will
not bo undersold for cash.
D. J. MARTI5 A- CO.
October 20th. IS59. 15-tf
SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GOTO
WM. T- DEN,
"VTtolesale and Retail dealer in . .
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Brotcnville, JV. T.
, ii as N uw ox H AN a large ana wen seiect-
I ed '.lock nf Dli .nil Shivei. Ladv'a and fjnt '
i i Gaiters and Slippers of every variety; also,
' C-itisses and Chlldrens shoes of every kind that I
will sell cheaper for Cash or Produce than any ether
house westof St. Louis. Alt work warranted; orders
respectfully solicited. . .
The Highest Cash price paid for Hides, Felts ahd Far,
at tbe City Boot and Shoe Store. Cut Leather kept for
We Will Purchase Wheat
As money is scarce, we wiH pay in goods for wheat
C5 cents per bushel ; and for flour $2,75 per hundred
pounds. We will furnish sacks for wheat and re
ceive it, either at oar Store in Brownville or at
Melvin's Mills. D.J. MARTIN A CO.
Brownville, Oct. 20, 1859. tP-S
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers in .
lDzrr : Grpbds
?alls,PlotTs, Sloyes,FuraItare, &c
. SONORA, 110.
April 2th, 1858. . ' U-t
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' ' TThcIcsale & Eeidl '
23 j23 Jl. Zj 2E3 a3,
'MAIN STREET, l )
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Announce to the Citi'zen'3 cf tha
. .... a,
, .. : PAWNEE,
' ' CLAY, : "
AND ATCHISON COUNTY
THAT TEXT I1AVX
Per Steamer Emigrant,
A New, Complete, and '
j !. r fZ "Z? : v';
slsmwi Visass ssssMsw Ihniktwfl
KEW VOLUME liEVI TYPE
Ftrt-rssty ye-.n tis "Clev:!.!:! nainrea3;r"
has been owned and controlled, Fubliihed aad lli-
ited by the same individual. It has never missel
publication day nor scratched a Denocralic Ticket.
it has fougat its way single-handed arainst all op
position, -until it hasr&iaed a. National circulation
and a National reputation. Frsa iliiES t-j Cali
fornia the Finn Dealer is known and read, and it
never waa in so good a condition pecuniarily, or in
better pluck, politically, tosbt the battles olo
mocracy than now. For the cotniug year it will be
particularly devoted to Popular Sovereignty!
It lias against hiira aatcoritr, cared to tivicate
the ri'ht cf "the people of a territory as wtli as
State, to regulate their aomcstid institutions in
their own way," and it will continue to do soagaiast
said high authority, "the worU, the flesh. aud the
devil." Against all Lecompton Constitutions, sltve
eodes, an i the re-opcr.icg of tlia Slave Traue.tlis
Pai-er is devotedly dedicated from ihi time, hic :-
forth and forever 1
44Ccmeone,-eoma all! Thij tock shall Gy
From iU firm base as jocn n.s IF -
Besides the current News of tho Day, the Plain
Dealer will contain in each number a TALE, Cor
respondence from a host of Contributors, an J Tele-
grsnoic Reports from all parts of tbe orld.
iue tyoramercial Lieparunent wi.I bu uuder tte
sole charge of James Brokcnahire, Esq., who ia ac
knowledged to be one of the best market rtpt.rlers
it the country. '
Ihe Local Department will be presided over by
that original and laughter provoking genius. "Arte-
mus ard, L33., whose Letters, Joaes, (JdJities and
Quidities, are alone worth the price of the paper.
In short we are prepared to present one of the bst
and neatest axd cheapest fam.il Newspapers ia the
SUBSCTJPTION. . . .
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" for six months, 1 CO
Clubs of Ten, per year, - - - - 10 00
All over Ten Copies, to ont PostoSce, 1 00
To each getter up of a Club, one Copy Extra.
L.j rest Masters are requested to act as A
Dcvglass Democrats are expected to act
as agents and to lose no lima in getting every be
liever in Popular Sovereignty, no matter to what
party he may belong to take this paper. row is the
time to bestir yourselves preparatory to the next
Those who want an account of the openirir of
the Naw Congress, the organization of tho Kw
House of Representatives (which will be a protrac
ted and rich affair, a majority being "Opposition,")
the President's Message and Keportsof tho Depart
ments, will commence their subscriptions December
First, i The new Volume will commence January 1st
am pajments to 19 m advance.
:- Address, " ......
J. W. GRAY, Cleveland, Ohio.
October 3, 1859. -
En. cnrAcrr. u r' r-.
ceiesratid iiiiria.Diil Series, o-. : . j. i; s-, &
X3rToaL-?!J''j, t!?c:'l to p-ei ir? ' ?
of Lade-; i . 2, 'Li rt i: C.-. ' .l:;;' :. . 3, ' ;
dcave Csjatro!;' any one X wij;U i t- ven
der, pcsUte paiJ, un recent ot 23 ec-:i. ILnse test
postaje s:am; as geed s coccy.
rino Honoy. "
Br. S. C. Sr:;.h. cf tV.i ur.!y,' pr. t.'s ci -vi'.5
beautiful artitii of Lor.oy, c;-2a!, irn.t s - Vj say
thinf we evet saw. Ill honey was .. ' :.;:X tf
iirs.Saiith' accoriir? to iLa dLrfc'i,u;;T?-i t rK( !pt
whUi sie parxt jed i-f "Jr. J. p. Cr. Liliiture
City. Mi. Any prsr-n can gt this r?c ;i iir laaaios:
honey, and te lncpnlei t r the hcrty-tce. ly wri:;g
to Dr. Creajer, Xo. .-3, TTes! plii-.-re srreer, E.;'l
rnoreCity. Ml , cnciosiaj Jjce&ta Kavi.mnUs (Gil
l' Mi j
Daickd te Azriciuiurs.
Horticulture, Jhchcnisn, Edv:z!i:rt,
Pullishcd at Brc::r
Oa tie first cf every month at $1 a ya
giecepiesj biX cojies, Thirteen ct-
iwenty copiea, S15.
The volume te-aaOct. 1st. 1S33. S-ec:.B urn.
bcrs furnished gratis on arrlkatiun. Lick ncnLur
can be furnished. . r
Will every friend of Agriculture nr-.l F,lartn
in Xebraaks. Northern Xacsa. Jonihern I wa m l
Northern Missouri, lend a he!pin ban J, to es;:.li."-
and maintain a journal devotei exclusively ta ILa
interests above named. Th ere is net a. runt. r'V.c
within the region naciei but can acd ou'hL t-
furnish a club of at least 10 subscribers.' di;i
along without delay.
FCRNA3 & LTANNA.
Brownville. N. T.
! t SEB I '
O "ET 2? L HSI ZZ!
IF W K RO 0 7 : tyj 1
- Shoe3, .
: ; Hdt3,
'v Cap3, etc.
Shrubs, Roses, Vines, ' Plants, etc.
. UILLS &, CO.,
- - Agents for
A. Fahnestock & Sons.
" ASS nowcanvassIngXemahaanaRlchardsoncountijs,
Nebraska; and Atchison county, Missouri; receiving
ordera for Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Tinas, Evergreens, fcc,
fcc. They call the attention ot Farmers and others tle-
aireing anytmng in their line to the advantages of pur
chasing supplies at their Nursery. The atocx is com
pleteand prices as favorable asttatof acy other Xur
aery anywhere, ahd ail warranted to to as represented
Orders can also be left at the Advertiser cQIce Brown-
vllle, n. T.
IsTeeded or jEPesired
Can be had at our Store, and on Urms as
favorable as those of any other
House in the Wat.
We Do a Casli, or Exchange for
Produce Trade, and are Deter
mined thereby to Glrc oar Cas
We solicit a continued and increased
patronage, pledging ourselves to spare
no pains to rive entire satisfaction in
prices ana quality.
Cur AicMsca Ccnntj Friends
Vt 1U find very much to their advantage to
deal with us.
Give no a (Dal
And satl&f; yourselves that we have the
And are selling them
D. J. MARTIN fc CO
Erowaville, Insist JrtIS59.
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For sale by T. J. WI1ITE. fc CO . Brownville. Jf. T..
and by all druitcists general ly.
To Pbe-Emptors akd Others. Persons who may
hereafter desire the services ef the undersizned. aad
Associates, will please send to me -
1st. A description of tbe land in contest,
2d. The time when the cases are tried at the local of
fices; kow decided; and when sent up.
3d. A copy of tbe evidence taken.
Patehts When Patents are wanted, the Certiorates
must be sent to me. The cost of obtaining; patents U
By complying with the above, much time will he
saved, and the business can be better attended to.
VUHJf A. PAKKES
TTashington City, September, 15, 1S59
THE LAST CALL;
I hereby once more notify those indebted to me
that they can liquidate their indebtedness with
corn potatoes, or almost any kind of produce, at the
highest marltet price, ln urownviiie. this request
is made because I am in debt mysell, and seed
money, but can make nsa of com.
Heretofore the excae with those owin me has
been, that they cannot raise tbe money. I mow in
form yon that I will take produce: I know you
can rae that. Such an arrangement will be taken
aa a great accommodation under present circumstances.
I wish to be accommodatlnr, bat 'repeat, this is
THE LAST,CALL. JESSL 30EL.
Brownville, ov., 10, 1359.
Probat3 Notice. -
Territory of Nebraska, )
. County of Xemaha, J "ohate Conrt
Whereas application hasbecn made te said "Ccort for
General Letters of Administration cp-n the estate cf
Jacob Prilllc?cr, decca? cd, late of said county, by G.
. W aers, notice Is hereby given to all whom it my
concern, that Saturday the lath day of Fehroary. A. V.
ISCO, at 13 o'clock A. M. cf said day, is the time set for
the tearing of said application at my efflce in Brown villa
in said county, when and where all persona Interested
are requested to appear and show cause why Letters
should not be granted to smd O. W. Walters.
witness my hand and the ! or said court xnis :&
diy of January. A. I- lfe0-
C W. wnEELEU, Probate Judge.
MOJYEyAD VAA'CED ON
PIKES'S PEAK GOLD!
Te will receive Pike's PeaSt Gold, ar.d adrsnje
monty upon the same, and pay over balance of proceed
as soon as Vint returns are had. In all ca.-cs, we will
cxhititthe printed returns of the United States Jlltt,
cr Assav oni':e.
BILLION AND EXCHANGE BROKERS
reru Chair Factory,
The undersigned. hvinr carchs.r tha rhmtr m
Cabinet shop lately owned bj T n. Jlar.-hall, take '.kis
method cf Informing the public that tl.ey are new pre
pared to All orders for aU kinds of furn:taie. urh
Ch3lrs, taties, stsndJ, beditead. bureaus. i(i rnhi.
cradles, lounges, etc., etc., either at holcale orrs
tall) as cheap as can bebocirht at any otfccr estab'lsh
merit iu tha west. The best cf co.r.a laxbor ar.-l tnm
mlogs constantly on hand, wi.ich will enabie us to ail
orders for ct fllns at short notice.
We have attached to our sIicd a sv-d IT .rsa v.ittr
Turning Lathe, and we are prepared to dj ar.y "i.;cno-
tioncf tnrnin?from a CLair lc opto aSusrMill.
Chairs and Furniture ot all kinds repaired ia the t-cst
X. B. Corn, TTheat, Flonr, Cry Goods, Crocerlcs, Lr.m
berand produce of all kinds, ifoney not excepted, ta
ken in exchange for work or Ktx-di. We hrro fcv strict
attention to business to merit a share of public r-atron-
' BEXKOICT & BL1S3.
Peru, Nebraska, Kovemher 24, laZ3.
The copartnership of Roper & Westsn. as heretofore
existing, and transacting business at Pawnee Itjr,cV,
U this day dissolveJ by mutu:il cuneat. Tzr-ijce i,t
having purchased tlie entire a'ereat cf J. . WestLn,
will remain at tbe old sfaud atdwiil a ljust all ccuft
tled business of said Arm. . FOItDTCE itOPia,
' J. B- WEoTUX.
Pawnee Runcho, Nsvs Jd, lS53,-no 21
. . G. S, KNEPFER, : r
Srowiixrlllo, r-T. T.
Informs the public that he is now prepared with
all tho necessary appnratas sach as heavy in 1 j.uk
screws for moving, raiainxo Iowric? bu;i.iing8 of
every descripUon, without i.ijury to the pUalerinz.
His facilities are such, ia thi, line that, ho canaot
Also ; ; L
Carpenter and Builder,
In which busine? hotnist h:s etierie-',3 a.ni
quaUncatkna ars juch as to secaxa for Lia a Llcral
patronar-. , .
GEHTS' SPiESS G00D3,
' Respectfully announces to the gft.'eniPn cf Proo.
vine and vicinity that ho has Just received frm tne
East a large stock of very superior gjodi and Utet
Cloths, Yes tings, &c.,
Which ho will mannfactcre on very f.-ivorab'a U-rat
He natters himself that he understands hu tni-ucs
thoronchly and all work warranted comiag from hi. c
tabhshinent, andchar;ci as low as any other comrcUtor
In this place or the West.
A JTcat nt Guarantcr1.
HT"o:r Ccitnlx nxicl on 2?lxiao
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants of a.l s.zto
settlers on such time as they may desire Ion or hrt
-at the unual rate.
A constaut supply of Warrants will kont
for sale as cheap as ttey can be boujht euewliere ia
. Buy of regular dealers and beware of bocrs war-ar.u.
All warrants sold Ly us will be euraLtpM ta 1
genuine ia every reflect and will be eicUangod if defective.
Being permanently located In Browuvillo, we cita sl- '
ways be found at the old Und a few doers east f ll
LCSnBAUGEi. CARSOJT, -Bankers,
and dealers in Land Warrants.
Who W ants a No. 1 Farm?
One can be had for a small
The undersigned is authoriied to seM on fvcraii!e
terms a most excellent piece of land, sitti.ife 10 ml's
Westof Brownville on the great route to It. Ipii-hbt.
Gold Mines, &c. Tho tract c-muii.s 3V0 acres. 6) acraa
of which Is fine timber tfcrouch which runs a liv.i
stream of stock water, ar.d on which 1 s several excellent
sprinss. 60 acres under cultivation, tiro g'jod comfort
able loghouscs and ordinary out bull.ling.
n. w, rnitXA?, -
Nov H, '53 At A lvertiier Office.
An Improved Farm
FOUS SALE. '
A very valuable and desirable Improved farm Sjtuite
4 1-3 miles from Brownville and 2 1-2 from fmaha
City, can be h.id on very favorable tei'tnu. It consists
of 1S4 acres; 40 acres under cultivation; 21 acres la tim
ber; good well; stock water, and good frame house.
The stock 2 yoke cf oxen. 7 cows, and 7 young cuttle.
tbe farm Implements, anil household f urnitvr will ta
sold with it if desired, a. rare opportunity is ra pre
sented, inquire of R. W. Furnas, at tho Advert! ier
office, Brownville, S. T. . ...
Xov. 17, '53 Ct3
LUSHB ATJGH & CAES 0IT,
GE1IEHAL LAITD AGEI7T3,
Dealers in Coin.UnctiirentUoney.Exsharijiv
Collections made on all acceisible points. Taxts paid.
and prompt attention given to all caiacs cormaa t
a first clajs Laud Agency.
agvts ron THS
UX1TED STATES EXPRESS CO.UPJ.Vr.
A safe and reliable compcy fjr tha t.-animiis'.oa ot
Also A2Tits for the Hartford Fire Issuraace Couipaxy
of Hartford, Ccnuecikut.
We hive removed oureT.ee to the isw buildicz oa
Main street, next door to 'Theodore liill'a Swre, lid-
near tbe L'. S. Land OZ.ce.
Oct n, 1863, n!3 LCSn3AUGIIiiCArS0X.
ThopubJio are now respect! inly mu rmei thattha
undersisned have vrcured froratuicinnati and rat
in operation oneof Homer Co 't flour mil; cf the
latest patent, and the firrt brcujht to this Territory.
They were induced to cichaage their fcrasr ci.I
for this one, from the high character tbey Lave rain
ed ia the east, and from tie perioral tctimnny of
millers who have trie I thein throughout the Vtc-ra
State?, and ia view of the increased demand for
grindir.r whish will c.teeid tLt tf nny prrvi'-us ,
yearin NebraVa. requirir, a mill thnt wiU io th '.
ork better and quicker tiin any her?t jforo ia ope
In addition to their flc-vjr mill they will kcp iM
Corn Mill con.tanl!7 rtir-nic, rta.vnt n'-l t:rrrMt
accommod.ito the farmers without detention, and by.
giving their undivided s ijh rintendene to tl.a bft-i '
ness. a'S.JteUby tiicirlormi'rnii.ier.iir. e.:.',;t:3ey
hope for the coiitinuancc ar.d if crc3icd patrvnii c f
Aborted Lumber, Shingles and Lthcon.Tan-!v r-n
hand. tiCEJiX i ilAKTLN.
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