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II. W. l-'UHNAS, EDITOR.
THURSDAY MO UMNO, KALCHS, 18f.O.
FOIl FRF.SIDENT IN 16G0,
STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS.
' '. -Of the United Slates.
: ' ; :for vice-president,
The weather has been so line the past
,tveek, that wo ccu'J not for a moment
think of being cooped up in an editor's
fjinctum, pouring ever exchanges or in
diting editorials. We therefore laid
down the quill, took up the fpnde, rake,
and pruning knife, and went into the
garden among the trees, vines, t-hruba,
&c: This is our apology fur so small an
amount of editorial this week.
Election In Xemaba.
The following is the vote in Nemaha
County, with the exception of St. Frede
rick and Shroafs precincts. We are not
aware that the polls were opened at cith
er of those places. The vote, however,
'though it should be unanimous, will not
' change the result.
for Stile Guv'iit
if iict St. Cor 132
: c. a. smith ir.7
, Jwbn il ilii 125
"A. llobilizcll 147
: D. Planter 149
A. D. Skeen 143
I T VT Tin'.on Gi
it. McPbera.n Ct 111
f I. C. SauUera 6 1T2
"- is. A Chamber f9 P7
. ti P K Tuoeusb 63 107
s. e d ! n .
m i- n
- -a a u fa a
f - 5
vs c .2 w c
t3 12 37 8
37 9 1 0
33 3 8
'6 2 7
C3 3 7
34 3 8
Zi 4 9
Tl 17 31 8
70 17 :i 8
73 IS 33 8
71 17 31 8
63 10 I ii a
. Rlcliardscn County.
4 We have not the returns from Rich
ardson county, but learu from Hon. E. S,
Dcanv, who was ia our city yesterday,
that the vote will tc near 00 majority
against State Government. The politi
cal complexion cf the ticket elected will
be "most -likely two Democrats and two
Republicans. . .
Pawnee -county will, we think, go
against State Government.
.The entire Republican ticket prevailed
in Otoe by a majority of over 100." So
much for "soft delusion" in that county.
The majority for State Government is
We have heard from no other counties,
but are prepared to hear far more of the
"'distracting influences of the Advertiser.''
: Friend Reynolds, of theirs, worked
,4 tiimself up into quite a pet in regard to
". .what we said of his garbling the Chicago
,7Vvn' comments on his explanatory
- letter" to that paper. He says our
charge of garbling is an "unqualified
falsehood," and in the very tame para
graph tays further : "
- "We did quote our letter from the
.Times, and the comments of that journal,
licepting yes! excepting! one-half of
onb sentence which reflected upon Gov.
Black, and as wc lnve no disposition to
urthrr circulate attacks upon Democrats,
we left that single half sentence out."
" Certainly ! That's all we charged you
with, Milton. "Garble," says Webster's
Unabridged, 'is to pick out or separate
such parts from a whole as may serve a
, purpose L" Von left out the "one-half of
,. one sentence," did you ? Yes! Well,
if. that is not garbling, do tell us what is !
Perhaps a different definition may be
found in the new edition of "Buchanan
&. Black's" dictionary; ou the same page
with the new definition of "popular sov
ereignty," people," "soft delusion,"
plank of Senator Gretni imnulacturing:
Resolved, That whenever experience
shall have shown that the Executive and
Judicial branches of the Government
have not sufficient power to insure ade
quate protection to fdave property in the
Territories, and when the Territorial
Legislatures ihall Lave failed or refused
to pasa such laws as are, necessary for
tLat purpose, it will then become the dii
ty of Congress to interpose and p iss such
laws as will afford the necctsary protec
tion. Brown, of Missi.sij pir wants-tr go a
little further ; consequently, he offers the
following as a substitute for the above:
Resolved, That the experience "having
shown that the Constitution and the com
mon Jaw, unaided by statutory enact
ments, do not afford adeqi ate and suiii
cient protection to si iro. property, anl
some of the Territories baring failed,
and others having refused to pass such
enactments,, it. has become the duty of
Congress to interpose and pass such laws
as will afford to slave property in the
Territories that protection which is given
to other kinds of pn-perty.
We have thus, says a Washington cor
respondent, three grades of sentiment on
the subiect, now dividing the Democratic
party: First, Thos? who 'think. Congress
should protect slavery in the Territories.
after experience shall have shown that
the Judiciary have not the power, and the
Territorial Legislature shall have faihd
to give the power. Second, Those who
contend that experience has already
shown these facts, and that Congress
should interpose and proceed at once to
the enactment of such laws, as are nec
essary to afford adequate protection.
Third, Senator Douglas and his- friends,
who think that Congress should " not 'in
terfere at allleaving the courts to - ex
ercise whatever power they may possess
under the Constitution, and beyond that,
referring thii whole matter to the people
of each Territory, to regulate their own
While these Senatorial dictators would
attempt to forestall the popular voice, the
people themselves will quietly abide their
time; but when that time arrives they
will utter a sentence of condemnation and
rebuke that will annihilate Congressional
caucuses for a quarter of a century. ' It
may be part of Senatorial duty to wran
gle over abstractions and schemes for thu
Presidency, but the people will never al
low themselves to be insulted by any at
tempt on the part ot the Senate to con
trol their . free action ia Stale or National
4 "Who Struck Billy Patterson V9
The following sentence we find in the
, last Omaha JWbraskian :
"We regret that the course cf the Ad
vertiser has been to distract the pariy.in
Nemaha County. But such is the fact."
Unfortunate, truly. Fortunate, how-
ever, that the "detractor" has been dis
covered. Does the "distracting" influ
. encecf the AJvetiiscr extend into, the
'cpunties cf Douglas and Otoe particular
ly; and "slightualiy" all over the Territo
ry. If not, who, what, or what influence
"distracts the party" elsewhere than in
Nemaha coun'yf "Soft dclusiori '"
Who "distracted the party" in Pennsyl
vania? Furncy! Did he? Man of
owerful influence, is "he not? Who
litracted the party in every Northern
tate in this Union ? Advertiser do all
.at? "Who killed Cock Robin?"
Will salt-peter explode?" .' "
' Still they Agree. '-
The ultra Republicans cf the North
and the fire-eater of the South still oc
cupy the same bed as to the power over,
; and duy in regard to slavery in the Ter
ritories on the part of Congress. In a
number cf speeches by leading Republi
cans of late, we sec they are still for in
terference. Davis, Green, Bright, Fitch, kc, of
the U. S. Senate, are following up the
tatne duoirmo cbstly. They are even
more bold than the Republicans. This
The House has finally elected a Prin
ter. Tom Fokd, ex-Lieutenant Gover
nor of Ohio is the lucky man. He knows
about as much of the printing business as
we do of the Greek language. The Cin
cinnati Commercial say-s cf him :
"He is a resident of Mansfield, Ohio,
a lawyer by profession and a politician in
practice. lie has about as much printing
material in Washington as J as. B. Stead
man had, and is of course the figure head
of a combinatLn." 1
The Washington Cvnstitifion has nev
er published the proceedings of the Dem
ocratic State Conventions in Ohio, India
na, Illinois and Minnesota, and we pre
dict that those in Wisconsin, Iowa and
Michigan will never see the light in its
column. It gives publicity to some little
obscure meetings in Alabama and Missis
sippi, where' the disunionists abtiie Doug
las, but it can't find room for the procee
dings of whole States that declare unan
imously in his favor. . ' , '
- The Republican National Congressional
Executive Committee is now organized.
It is composed of Senators Prestcn King,
N. Y., Chairman ; J. W. Grimes, Iowa;
L. S. Foster, Conn.; and Representatives
E. B. Washburne, 111.; David Kilgore,
Ind.; John Covode, Perm.. Treasurer; E.
G. Spaulding, N. Y.; J. L. N. Stratton,
N. J.; John B. Alley, Mass.; Secretary
and Executive Manager resident in
Alluding to the famous expression f
Mr. Buchanan, that the people of a Ter
ritory, like those of a State, should decide
the slavery for themselves, and the pres
ent Administration version of it, that he
only meant they could decide the slavery
question when they formed a State, the
Quincy Herald says:
If he had said that the negro, like the
white man, ouht io be permitted to vote
and hold -office, do you suppose it would
have ever occurred to anybody that he
meant the negro should vote and hold of
fice when he became to be a white man?
Harilv, we suspect. So, neither, when
he said the people of a Territory, like
i those cf a State, shall decide for themsel
ves whether they will have slavery w not
did it occur to' anybody, not even himself,
that he meant the people of a Territory
might do this when they came to be a
State. No; only did no such thing occut
to anybody, but Mr. 1 Buchanan didn't
mean any such thiutj.
Letters from Paris say that the. old
Prinre Jerome i$ poorly again, but the
Emperor is i.o: very assiduous in his vi
sits to the Palais Royal, for why, they
say. the old man bothered him too much
with important demands ; of favors : for
himself and his son. Prince Napoleon.
The Emperor, prudently rejecting some
of these one dny, they say that invalid
Jerome Iroke out, testily, with "You
Imrt t-iMiVir tf ..-,, . i. ...
. : i i . Hvumi-j vl wur uucie n s
Sons of Malta.
The proposition to donate $100,000 to
the Washington Monument ..Fund was
presented to the Grand Council, and re
ferred - to the Finance Committee, '. of
which Hon. Chas. W. Bottler, of Wo;h
ingto:i, is chairman, with discretionary
power to make the appropriation, cr not.
The funds fur this, purpose have been
coming m rather slowly, and it will be a
praiseworthy object in the Son; to help it
" In the past year they have donated for
eharrtable purposes S300.C00, and have
now a balance ol 5172,000 ia their-: sev
eral treasuries. Four hundred and thir-.
ty-nine lodges have been' established du
ring the year.
Mr. Volk's Statuette of Douglas has
been recently on exhibition at Washing
ton. , It attracted much attention and
drew from the artists and admirers of art
many high encomiums. The National
IntdligtTtcer- high authority in art mat
tersthus speaks of hi statuette :
Asa work of art the production seems
to us most faithful in all the points' of re
semblance, action, and individuality, and
its execution is really, remarkable when
we consider that it is the work of a ''young
man (a native of New York) who but
two of three -years ago was only a sim
ple stone-cutter in a remote village of II-'
linois; but feeling within himself the la
tent power cf genius, and the aspirations
of ambition, he resolved to be an artist,
and by energy and perseverance became
cne. His early struggles and successful
career, brief as it has been, form an in
teresting story, of which we have heard
the outlines, aad may give it to our read
ers at some -moment of more leisure and
more space. , .
' Mr. Raymond, editor of the New York
Times, who has been absent on a lectur
ing tour for several months, states his
convictions inhispapty, as follows: "The
Republicans will be wise, therefore, to
look betimes in the face of the fact . that
they will have Douglas for their opponent
next fall." ' - v
' Recently there have arrived at San
Francisco three vessels from Japan, the
first which have arrived in the United
States from that country. One of these
vessels brought a full cargo of. fancy
ware,. toys, ectv-.- The other two brought
cargoes -of-rapesecd oil, leaf tobacco,
sweet potatoes, rice, chesnuts, isinglass,
copper ware, lacquered ware, porcelain
ware, peas, pears, green sea-weed. &c.
The rapeseed oil is described as of supe
rior quality; the Kaf tobacco; much of it
is equal to the best Havana; the rice is a
large, round, plump kernel, very supe
rior in quapty. The manufactured arti
cles are in great variety, and many of
them of exquisite workmanship; and the
enameled, lacquered and varnished ware
T.Cif ftrnririT tr tr1. .r - !
, ' ",0u a ranorm tor havt something cUe of my ar.cle ; 1 ha, c
The New York Legislature have, now
before them and will probably pass a law
in rngard to wills, which will interest
very .many people who have wealth to
leave or wealth to expect. . By it no per
son leaving a wife, child or parent can be
queath to any asoociation or incorporation
more than one fourt part of his or her es
tate after the payment of his or her debts
and even to be valid the devise or be
quest' mus. be made and ' executed at
least two months before the death of the
testator. . '
NEW, Y O R K, ,
M I N N ES O TA,
CONN E C T I CUT,
RHODE ISLAND. .. :
STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS.
The above comprises Fourteen States
with 142 Electoral Votes, all of which
will be cast for' Stephen A. Douglas.
There are 33 States in nil, with 303 El
ectoral Votes. It will take 152 votes to
constitute a majority. . This majority, of
course, can construct the Platform and
control the Convention in all matters, if
it so wishes. ' It can even repeal the
"Two-Thirds ' Rule," which since Van
Bureu's re-nomination at Baltimore-has
been adopted by the party to govern Pre
sidential Nomina! ions.
Mr.' Douglas oi.ly wants ten more
votes to give his friends said majority,
with a moral certainty of seven from
New Jersey and three frem Delaware,
I vsitlrs the prel abilities of eight from
Marylanl. six from Louisiana nine from
Missouri, and thirteen from Tennessee.
With these additions, he will want but
fourteen of a 'two-thirds vote, and he
can be nominated und will be without the
repeal of the two-thirds rule. Cleveland
Gor. Medary, the veritable Samuel
Mcdary. late of Ohio, and a representa
tive Democrat of the Douglas stamp, has
vetoed the bill recently passed by ihe
Legislature of Kansas,' prohibiting slave
ry in that Territorj'.' Let the people of
the Northwest read, mark, learn and in
wardly digest this striking event of cur
rent political hi-jtory. Cin. Gazette.
Mr. Medary is not a "representative
Democrat of ihe Djuglas stamp," but is
of the Buchanan siamp, which is much
nearer a Black Republican than anything
else. He repudiniPtl Douglas and Popu
lar S7vereigmy,so?t himself to Old Buck
and Lecompton, and i$ now walking in
the footsteps of John Candle-box Calhoun.
"Let the people of the Northwest read,
mark, and. inwardly digest. Cleveland
Tl a ind t filer.
Killing olT Donslas.
The amusement of killing Douglas is
the one now rro.-t indulged ia by the Re
publicans cf the Union. As sure as he
does not get cvVry' vote of every State, he
is, accord m if to these gentlemen, killed
outright. Well, he is getting pretty ised
to it. II ; W33 killed when he introduced
the Kansas-Nebraska bill. He was kill
ed wheir he canvassed Illinois in opposi
tion to Lincoln. He has been killed since
upon every vote h! has given, and upon
every speechhe has made. He has been
killed by the Administration in depriving
him of the chairmanship of" 'the Commit
tee en Territories, and e very: ether , way
they could annoy him. Jerry Black kill
ed him off effectually in his reply to his
Harper's article. But Douglas, like Old
Hickory, takes an immense sijght of kill
ing before' he will stay dead. From the
indications rce:t!y fromiMichigan . Vir
ginia, Wisconsin, and all over the coun
try it would seem the. .'people lhi.uk the
only killing that will be really effect ive
will be-to place him in the place now oc
cupied by J. B. in the White House.
That will be the wind v- Buffalo Rep:
r . . m 0
V Douglas Dead Again-
The last 'time Douglas is., going to be
killed outright, according to the 'LWhan
anafld Black Republican papers,' will be
when Jeff Davis and i Jesse D. 'Bright
make. their caucus report ' to the Senate.
Thatiis to be an extinguisher , of course.
A" caucus 'made vp of Southern Senators
and five Nurthem doughfaces get togeth
er, carefully excluding all members from
the popular branch of Congress, and
make a platform which, the two fire-eating
Senators of Mississippi dictate, ard
which Senator Toombs asserts will not
get thirty votes in the Charleston Convention.-
That little piece of political
trickery is to upset the-Little. Giant, an-1
turn , all the . .popular demonstrations
against himl Bali! It, reminds us of a
pious show exhibiting to an' irreverend
spectator a picture' of - Dani: 1 in ihe
Lion's Den.' "See," said the showman,
pointing to the picture, "it is plain that
Daniel don fear the lions !" '"Yes," re
plied the irreverent friend, "but, it is still
plainer that the lions don't' care a d: n
for Daniel !" So it will be with Douglas
and his friends at Churles'.om They will
not care a d n what this Bright and
Fitch caucus may do or may have left un
done. ; -no!l on ilris r Mcpp!" "
( . Greeley's-Last on. Douglas.
Says Greeley: "We are qu.te obliged
to our numerous friends who write re
monstrating with us for stating that Mr.
Douglas is the strongest candidate for
next President that can be run by the
Democratic pany, whence we infer that
he will he nominated at Charleston. Our
displeased correspondents in no case ob
ject that our estimate of Mr. Douglas
strength is mistaken on the contrary
they all either expressly or tacitly admit
that it is quite true but that we ought to
have suppressed it on that account. We
differ with these friends on every point.
We hold it our duty to apprise our rend
ers of all interesting and important truth
thai comes to our knowledge, and that it
can never be impolitic, to do so., ; We
hold, moreover, that if Mr. Djuulas-.be
indeed the strongest candidate that our
adversaries can select, their National
Convention will be quite likely to know
the laa, even though we did not apprise
them of it. ..We. hold, too, that ihe 1 ad
ing Lecompton conspirators will do their
utmost to defeat " Douglas nomination
wheretn they may possibly succeed ; and
in that case, we shall have some remarks
to offer which would be divested i of all
their force if it were supposed ihat we
made them simply because Douglas was
ruled off the course-' And still - furtlu r :
we trust both friends and adversaries be
lieve that we say what is true because it
is true, without always waiting. to--decide
that it is also politic ; and .we mean to de
serve the reputation," " ' ...
- The late Overland -Maiifrom Califor
nia stales that Ex-Governor Weller and
Senator Latham are vigorously supported
by different wings of the Democratic p.ir
ty as candidates to head the delegation to
the Charleston Convention. Mr. 'Latham;
says the Columbia News, has openly ex
pressed himself in favor of Judge Doug
hs for President. . . ;
The papers state that Gen. Denver has
commenced canvassing for the successjr.
ship of Senator Gwin: : - ' 1
The importations into the port of New
York, last week, amounted to no less than
86,090,230; . of which S4.224.C30' came
upon dry goods. Since the 1st of Janu
ary, 1SG0. were imported into New York
to the amount of 34,040,748, or about
84,000.000 more than iu the same period
of 1S59. "In ISC8 the importations did
not exceed in value the sum of Sl3,o22,
079 in the same time.
.; Washington. March L
The Commissioner ot . the Land Office
has certified to the Secretary of the It;ie
rior an aggregate of over 3 18 000 acres of
land for the'beiir-fit of the Minnesota and
Pacific Railroad., under ihe act of Con
gress. This is the firu installment for
. Speaker Pennington has appointed
English of Indiana, Stanton of 0;;io, and
Gartrell of Georgia, Regents ' of the
Smithsonian Institute 'on the" part of the
House of Representatives. , ,'
The House Committee ; on ; Military
Affairs have had the subject of the Paci
fic Railroad under ' consideration, bt
have come to n; conclusion. As n pre
liminary, they have instructed the Chair
man .tu. ask for the printiiiff of the, . seve
ral bills referred to that Committee, in
cluding that matured and agreed upon by
the Select Committee last session, provi
ding for a central route.
The idea is entertained of uniting this
with the central route. The plan or aid
is in the form of postal and trn importa
tion advances by the United States Gov
ernment, and by private imans, and is
now the generally conceded plan of con
struction. . ;
J- W. Draff ii appointed Chief Clerk
of the Land Office.
Advertise your business ia thirNekras
Joseph Smith, Jr.
A correspondent of the St. Louis Rep
ublican, writing from Nauvco, under date
of the 15th ult., says:
Joseph Smith, son cf the late prophet,
is here, as, also, the other members cf
the family. Joseph is understood atnor:g
the Saints to be the successor of his father
in his prophetic office,- va.nd it is hinted
among the would-be wise ones that he is
about to assume the robes of his sacred
office. Bo that as it may, it is true ihat
he is nowentei mining a delegation from
Salt Lake, who are using every pe.-sii i
tion in their power to satisfy the young
prophet that he is called of God forthwith
to assume the office, "and proceed to Salt
Lake, and. take the head of the. Mormon
Council. 1 : f - ;. ' .,.
Joseph is a man of good, strong sense,
and should he undertake? ' the station. 1
l ave no doubt would endeavor to make a
reform among his people. He is deci
dedly against polygamy, in, favor of obe
dience to law, anil opposed, in any form,
to "milking the Gentiles." It is to Ibe
hoped that he wilt undertake the task,
and succeed in making Salt ; Lake the
home of upright, law-abiding citizens in
stead of a den of thieves. . . . .
1 Joseph, however, is beset on the other
side by an organization of , Mormons in
this State, who are to meet in Council at
Amboy on the Cth of April next, to be
come their head, and to call around him
all the faithful. It is not known that he
will Iistehlo anyf their proposals,;, but
certain it is, if he. refuses to exercise the
power within his control. hn has a quali
ty not given to-common nen,to resist
when tempted with the certainty of pow
er equal to that of any other living man;
a power that needs not the armies of
Fiance or "Russia to enforce it, but a
power that is over the mind;' and absolu
tely controls over half a million of souls,
without force and without expense.
A letter from Washington says that
Senator Bright swears, with big oaths,
that he will not support Douglas, even if
nominated at Charleston Exchange.
If Mr. Bright votes openly against
Douglas, he will get one less vote in Indi
ana. If he proclaims hid intention in ad
vance, it will increase Douglas' majority
ten thousand in the State. Cin. Enqui
rer. - -
Free Negroes In the Slave States.
Careful estimates, says the Illinois
Siate Journal,-recently made of the
number of free negroes' new in the Slave
States, give a toul of 250,000, distribut
ed as follows:
Louisiana . : ,
District uf Columbia
30 r j
- Washington did not leave us in doubt
as to his opinions about slavery. In a
letter to Lafayette he uses the following
lauhuage : ' -
"I agree with you cordially in your
view.- iu regard to negro slavery. . 1 Lave
long considered it a most serious evil,
both socially and politically, and 1 should
rejoice in any feasible scheme to rid our
Slates of such a burden. The Congress
of lS? a lopted an ordinance prohibiting
the existence of involuntary servitude in
our Northwestern Territory forever. I
consider it a wise measure. It met with
the approval and 'assent of nearly every
member of the States more immediately
interested iu slave labor;- The prevailing
opinion in Virginia is against the spread
of slavery in the new Territory, and I
trust we shall have a confederacy of fret-States.
. Bold' Challenge. : :
The "Fancy," says the Pittsburg Lu
paiJi. are'just now hobnobbing and spe-r
culating as to the coming; prize-fight be
tween the departed relic vf Mrs. Ada
Isaacs Menken and the stout Tom Say
ers of England, who are io have a bout
presently for ihe championship of the so
nior and junior Anglo-Saxon countries.
We nre iut aware that any body in par
ticular has given Mr. Ileenan a commis
sion to bruise the Englishman for the
benefit and glory of the American eagle,
and are by no means ceriain that, it' he
should succeed in putting him in as bat
tertd a condition as Polyphemus with his
eviscerated eye. he would be permitted
to retain that evidence of his s'upnrior
bruising. ' " -
For why ? we see in the N. Y. Herald
a challenge by an American sailor,' who
subscribes himself Wm. Lownles Holl.-y.
to thy successful contestant in the ap
proaching mill. He pledges himself to
give him a sound thrashing on the follow
ing liberal terms
- rnorosiTioss. ' ' '
I. SI. 000 that I will whip the winner
2, SI, 000 that I will whip him before.
the tenth round.
3. 61,000- that I will whip him on the
first round. '
These Lets to be taken together," Or:
1. 8-5,000 that I will whip Say era and.
He'eiian both. ; J . " , ' .: , .
2. S5,000that I will whip them before
ihe tenth round.
; 3. So.OOOthat I will whip them 'on' the
These bets to be taken together, and
my antagonists to meet me alternately
i. e., on alternate rounds. Or:
823,000 that Sayers and Heenan com
ing at my at one and the same time, 1
will llax them both in forty seconds by
file light must corne 'off at some con
vert nt place in the United States; visi
tors to be admitted at five dollars a head.
Children, ministers cf the Gospel, the
President of the United States, the mem
bers of Cabinet, and Judges of Supreme
Court, together with such high Eugh-h
officials as may attend, at half price. Edi
tors giving this challenge one insertion in;
their editorial columns, admitted free.
If I whip, the entire proceeds, together
with the winning, to be apprcrriated to
the completion of the Washingten Mivm
ment, and the last payment of tho Mount
Vernon Fund dell. If 1 do not whip, the
entire piocteds. tog-th r with the win
ihigs, to gj to ih'-i English Government,
rs a security fund against "French inva
sion." '-After the affair I propose to ea;
Iter. A. S. DIIXtNUM'Y I.J jrcc-li 5n tlo Trcs
by!crii.nCuurv;h,r.c.xt S..LIa!b, jtt JO t-2 A- M. arnl
nt3, I'. M. Sut-jeet i.1 iiUi TL- II..-rc titl tbc
Rider. Rev. VI. 2.
Tho Nebraska Farmer.
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subscksiix: ron it.
11 is the or! j Journal devoted exclusively
to ihe Agricultural and Educational inte
rests of ' Nebraska, " Kansas , Northern
Missouri and Salt hern Iowa.
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rUHN'AS A I.YANXA,
"' . . Brutcnv.Le, A'eiraZa.
Public Opinicn has dceUrrcl .hat C-'irtls' Crap v.iiI
Syrupof S issafraJ" staii'l uticiuallcd ammg the rem
edies oSTovcil Ir sptc!t!y curinx di?e.!t e ut the lanjts.
eTiCst aint throal-.
His il.i'iialuliC Uuiaicnt has beu nie t e f thi-ta-ptci
'iitiiclc til trade. Me:ch.-ii.i uvhe well be
without si!R;ir ai.d afiVc. Evpiy fanii ly t-h.iutit keep a
CjU Ail, fcii) ply .Hi iLcr mcr'irifcs t n har.d. , r:-3
Territory ur Xibiu.-ltj I - - '
O ".;!. ty i.i Neiu :h
Who.p,. D miol 1(. KcimiM n has loe txt -In trd ad-!tii.iiritrtur-rt!i
1. ivvai.ee K-3iiitLv n Uevc-:-
e t late c f f ill Cou .ty nut; e i. he.oly nicu rli.it i . a o
at'P t''ed Sitti:.l..y tl:i !.! day ..1 Aplii A D ISCU i-r
tho hc.i.irw -f cl ai.'.iiu-t si I est -re and all er
soiiM iiavi:.,' tiiii ji (.";siii. I r.-ta e iust tiavi
ou ar niyt ni ei.tt Ul- 0L'r..re that day, ol- ihcy will lnf
loirvor b.ricil la ra t eo vim inn vcU Llainii and Iroiu
-cr t i fi'tlie !!iu; nr.y acTt ti wh:Ccver.
Given onifr i:iy U j-.j juj , in ru I n-jt this 8;h tljy or
MrcIiA 1) 1SC3.
- ' c. w. wmt:' r.a p.-. b.(fa J t:T?e
- Ordrit thnt. the aKve r.aiice he pul.blit;U .-i wect
in :te Nehraska Adverser. 3j-$7
Willi, rn lie." eal " cmiiify Uistiiet Court,
Vi I Xttc ka Terri...iy
O. K. I) wiiini: aud f April ie. ia A. D. 18C.
E I.. Selinde. J
T-iti K. U.wiiiii- and B. I.. Seirrldre. V mi arehcrc
ly n.iliittd that ihe aid plain iir Win. McMval, ha
tiu-d ia il)0 111 e ut the c.e. k uf the iitik.-t ewiirc in
imd fr t!,e c.xmty ol P twiiee aiicl Te. rit.uy ir N'cl.ra.-ka
his pciitii.u in the ab.)Vj c i. ti i;i whii h he ciaiui
jisdirtinetit aZaii.At yti tho fold deieialjii's lur the j;uiii
uf iiiueiy-tlve Ioilar. with in e:est thereu from the
UtU day or Apiil A U 1637 at iherrn t,t eiiht per ecu. .
per annum ocins ' he oin niit due "ti a pr.t-.ii)i ry un.e
i-xet-ure'l l.v-y-.-ii luuiieA. Waters, djied the n hd tyi.t
April 1357, and by said Waters assi;riei t. plaintiff.
Said pciWtuU also p.'ay l,n- an ariathinciil MttuKirt yuiir
got.d-i vhaiiels and rKeet.s. Ami mile: s you appear on
or hetoi e the ni unitis of the tl-t Jay r-r the next term
of the Uisti iot C.-tirt ut Pawnee c uuly, t he heuii and
heid a' Pawn' e Cny mi the 3iJih day d Ap:ifAU ltC3
and p'.e.id an.'wor. or demur to s-anl pcti i ni ihe iu.it
terinrl thiriKK therein on talned will to t ifceu f r c ;i-lesst-d
a'i.i;it jnu and i'ld-'cnient t etidei ed t r the
aui'Hiiit tlaliiied in po:ni.n and i!,e p:-perty at
tached ouleied t he m.ii to 8-tti-tv ihe same wiih ct-u.
iicI.K.NN.lX tt. UYKUS
" Att-ys for plaintiff.
Ordered (hit the nb ;ve n'iee be p'Hilisheii in the
Neb'ask:i Adverti.-er four wp-ks c n Mitve:v.
35-l-$tl) ALLi: U LACK Kit,' Cie:k.
Jimes T. ll-icli -f the Rcate i f ifissouri will take
n u ii: that C. V. (iidi!im t.f th.f oomly ot Pawnee
aiid Ten iuny i, Nebraska did on ihe 23 h dy . r Keh
ruiry a li lS'JU tl.e hi-pe iiioii in ihe Oihfijei C-url of
Pawnee conn. y. Nebraska Territory. aiaii;H the Mid
JjmcsT. lluiihM defendant i-iaimln ot hmi ihe sum of
oi. e hmid! v.l dollars a in his petiu..n set r.rlh. and ihe
said Jamc T lli;his ii.iciiicil iliatheis returned .
appear and an.-wer sid petiii'-n on orhefoio the thi:d
iljnday alter the '20. h day ol Match next.
. C W- r.lDPIXGS.
O dered 'hat ihe above he published four cuiniecutive
week-in the Neb. a.-k.i Ai!verii-.er.
35-$5 A .liLACKElt. C'lcrk Dist.. Court.
Territiry of XeLraslta, "
Win. Edwin!--. .I; c b Ktwarit',
Isaiu Kdw.tnls. J, hn t' lnim n-. p ; ' " : '
l:iiucs iUtvri!s. Mark Wa'nr. j
(Jcoro Harmon ami rtamuil I - - -
.l.nvn .' j '
otii eisb r l.yfj'v-'ii t' nt tin Itr anl b7 fr no.d
an exemitin i issimlr m tho !i;c; t f ihe t 1 r ol
t! c Vi rt-'I'oir iif .Viin iha (;.iunfv .e!r g.aTer
iit;ry I..!, 5. U'i-1! Shyriff. t F i t cut: tit v. him-ti-vii.-it
;'hm,h n-l will,, on Moula;, the I'.l b d iy Q
Vareli,, A. 1'. 1 S tO, t i no oVliK k V. M.,dir.T ut p'ul -liv:
s!e nii.l 8 ! t, tJi- Li-'iet Li it-r for insh in
m ml, the fo!l"wing rie.-riiit 't!rf ami vhntties ti -wit:.
six hun!nil fenein m.-,t.s, in re r less tuu
pro.K-rtjr ' Willinm Kitvrmd. nmi e'gbf hundrct
ti'Bcin": yxist.. more ore r le-i rhe jrux rty if
Li iut- Runiioni. ' Hie salw w I! m.ij- at t!ie
Kerry l.ninlin nt t Iir- Slum, on thn sMe t'the So
nr: IsJaiul. in Xeiir 'i.i t'l.iti.t a Nehr.isk Terr t -ory.
O. v -n uniler my hand", thi. L"JtIi tl.-iy of l'tb
ruarr, 18J(!.- - . - - - -
" SherhT ff Xnna!i: Joui,lv,X. T.
Ty A. V. I En MAN. Djufv.
nr..viivi:i.-. Fid, s h, 18 ';, i.:;'j-:t-:I )0 . ' j
1 , ...'.. I . .
Territ" ry i.f Nd.ra-l:i ' ( , o i '
tounty of .Neiu itia. " ) ' '
Wbereas U'ii:i:nu It. Tiiilip-i ha b-en njipiintcd
Ad niiii-trat- i- o J 1 n .'oe , d -' i!.,! e of nui
Xjinahii Cot n r. ni Jio'' is hen liv pi i hie 1 b n e
a po n c I Mo.. day t ie liS li t ar i f Apiil. a. i .1-6
tor lilts b .-ariii ot clainii iialu-t K.iid estate ami . U
TS'.tii liavi j-i-liiim agrtin.-tsai I ( at mv.st have
them -n file in my nflicc, n or bvfore that day. it
ih'-y will bj lorevi-r hurri-d from recovering j-ncli
i-lauiiSMiid :rin ettiu o!T, the yaarj in any actifii
In t--siiinony wtu-reof I barelierenni ct mjhaiid
and seal t !ii &i It d:;y of Mur. b. a 1 ISr.O.
V ULS V . U JIKKLKil.
i $7fce. I'rt bate .lmli.
Joan J. Ci.iiiuj
vs. T Sjir'n term IS.i id
I !nrgo W. Fi.-M ' lirriet t;.,urt lor .J.dioo i
W.ll.am l Walker I couii'y X. b'.iikii Territory.
L'li t-1. .s A ' o-lieii ilF J
Toe above niii.il ilef -nd irit? (leore V. Field
and Wii:i na I'. ilkinin-h ri by im'iii' d tint said
iiaiutiir, lii!in l. t .r:ri . !i;n filv-J in iUj eiU :e f
tlioiJlt-rk if mi id f'-urt.. bis pelition cl 111111114 '-f
iid di-fend uUs, iieo' : W. Field. William I. Walk
er, aud ("barb A. -!i El. tll siliunf tfi lliindrrd
dtdlar wit!) MiU-rist 'in Unit n' at tbu r i! of ton
K-reent. jx-r nuuniu fr..m lb lii t'-cai b d iy of .March,
A.l. I Sort. itim 1 pr im's-ry rmNJ given by defen
ilanfs t luntiu'. And iinlesj tbu mi id Iteor-i W.
Field .ind William 1. Walker appearand an-w r to
sa'.d petition on or b ft re tlpr lii.-td iy of T'X- tvim
of said eoiirr. judUKJit Will be rembrol thwrn n
aiu.-t liicia by U fault fori.id iiuin) with intrrestf
aud costs. - ..
McGATtY, IIEWETT .t TIIO.UAS,
It $7.50 Att'yi for J'.aintiff.
LUMBER ! LUMBEl ! !
Cheaper than Ever fcr cVi '
V.'ell known in 'hts region u a !ue,ieis'u 6 1
cctnaiudalhi,; lumUr dealer, Lsj aain taken Si,
22111 on Scnora Islaou,
A ixl i' pepareil to fnmi-b every d- si-ab!.
of li.mb-rt'i.r feneir.j: or Luildioj purxtt-1
ed at the Jhil, u at 1 ' Cc";--r-
Browr.viilu Liindin"-,. .
Or at any jint ua tLo ri7cr.3 mijleajrc 0Tys
Areas f..!I.,ws. AtiV- Mill forca-h. frrm
30 cents fer H 0 feet tj SI rer'lCO feet
s Ou tie,say turee,sii. !., c t.:iv raoctl,'
' tr. ia , ; . .'"
43 c, irs p r 100 Ui to Sl.SJperlCQfeci,
wirh lOp-rcent. inreros' fr .Ia d divery n.t.uv .
secured by nai:i -umb-jreJ re..! esUte.
The IbqW trill bo divc.- iti r,, nt oa ,V '
.M.s,onri mverw.tbit, i0 ut!liMd,.wD
cent, per 101) Ie. t in -dditiou t the 2
when .suin.ient -.mountg . ukca tujuntify ihi el
struetioii of a nut... "'"J let con
To those wishing lumbar, partic-uiar atn.r, u
railed to theo pr..siti.ui, Wa;,h eiCa( ftTJ
comm and eon 1 h-ratiin. 1 .
100,000 feet cf LnniLcr on Land,
And more uialiiti; t-v.-ry i!ay.
" :truh Isf. IS.)d. itiJ. -7 f -
To tprit-.z Torn ,
Sju c-aatr. Xl Ter.
Isract Cnninih'c.s c;r. V
J l Ile.ih
;ei. M -O r,
Wm ! Wiiker,
rs.is . (;:,hen. -
J V I.awrciae iii.il .1 .
J 31 lli ldlilg, M J
' J DLike Uavsi.f the p.4!6-,.f jclne: a:.'d gV.-j,.
JI. C t s.-T th Cuimiy ..-ft I ,.e N T. and ci.-iiwl IhtvCr
t vl Wtl.dai.fj; J 1 If,.a:h, Wuc 1 Wilier (TUt (;
Uoiheu 1 l'Liwicucp, mid Juha ii-tUiJiaj, , j ui.
luu.-e ih.it tlmuj t:ui:nijr lra..! It Cum nunc,. 0i th
C-imly.rXer.:,h, Te.Mt.-.y.f Nebia-ka his fl:4 m!
PtM,.H!iatheui Hi-strict rtf.,r J,Jm,"j
VT,, ''frlurl ,te wu-.di. c-mJ-
ed .hem he iim, ow T! u,,,d O -iu.. (n.iooeu)
r. .B.lier w. h m e.e-t . .. :h ,t lf.e u ,ei. per
ce. tperammm, rr,m:helab T ifll.rhA I) 1.4?
iVmJf"Ve"'iU l-ruiiiis.-rj- note, fur
$.OUOOeaeh nvrnty,-l..!C.ftl!f;iii ,.n p, ,0ifc A
r.t-hiehsaia iM.es ih.i r-i.l piniilf ,ra,l R Ci.ru
Dimifs is n..w ibe ..wncr a,,. ;,e .rcr; A ,t (,0 ta.a
ei.d.infS;-pfri(pT,,i:ll.l- ul ,eyiil(
appear and ,ili-e- Io -..i.f perj ,, t)1 r tj,
iljr..r the. ...xt torm.fid c-.urt. ..r Ju,'mnent will
he taken by dffaiiit aBu list i'or.i t,.r ih
raed and mtc.et as muc. aid sidrn-t..
MoUAftY, UK En SiTHOMlS
Feb', S3- 4 pr AtWuenMrfV.
I860. . I860,
St. Joscnli to Omaha.
HANNIBAL & ST. JO. ILK. "
Arrannmfnt? l.rvvc been madt, by t1 runn't
b il ami St. Jofei li Kail Kond Coin t-tom
menco with the 0'H.Tiin of navigntien, fir . '
TRI-WEEKLY LIXE OF PiCSETS,'
t run in conncc'.iou wi;h ?ai l J.oad relr!y frca
St. Joseph to BrownVlllc, O.ualia,
' and all other inlermdi.it'j poiaU.
Tl.e f.,lbiwinj new, popuI-ir.ir.-l fist rannin; packet
b.iat-i con.-riiuto tho lino for ibo prujfut :
, (rcro w - STI : AM VAX : . T-V V '
&&o-m ah Are
S ALT .O SH.!
teE m I L I E
1 i i i
' i , , : I i .
For Freight or l'ass.ige oj-ply t
rn eight axd tickctagest,
Forwarding c Commission Jknhar.),
w o-r- .
tiu-ps srinrns. flowers.
Can l, misfit eI our el i m if end io.il. Ii rif"
tlies-f.i. fs, we Iihvo e fabli.di d one rtt th i -an
l have now i i .'ticce?ful cuitivaton. winch
fcr for s'aiv) at
Wholesale or R.tail,
The remind sens., n. a biT'sand well ie!ccud Uoci,
.suititl to this tl'ci ite, f : " '.
AfJ'le-. eljimjani and d wrf; -4 i ...
l'ears, st.ii;d.itd atd dw.Tf : .
Catrric?, standard aci dwruf i
i'eaeW, - - - - - - '
Flun, ' '' '
' ; Arieof-. - , . - ; .
V. , . . . 7 i .
.-. .... urrt-nt.s, . , '
:. . .- r 'Cwx;.sebe'?'H-et , -
: '- i:.rberrwS .
1 R;rwbffrr ai.l Ti iokh'-rri-.
Krerr r.s.DmiTf ir.il Tret, JI S'irtb.t
Orcot.huuU and UecJi VltuW, -V
' A t$a A c ' '
To wLi.-h we w.-.'nl.l b. l.-vo to cl the ttcrt
f tbe p-oj le cf U'caru ilwroari, Nclrak,
?a Tfl !.(. ,
fyo-ar trai will be as low nj any mliublo ewi
eru Nursery. . ft
Vy iutvh!;s:n of us th" cx:ensc of tran.-'rorUvtw'
from tU-j e-t e in b).ived. .
All trees nl j.I.mt.s a.-a cnrefuliy WW ..
t.-k.d int!ieb.-s.tm.Mi-rforeny pirt i f tl L
t.l Stares, f. r whl.-b . h.- "I the actual ' '
will b.: u.dj. Nr!.!.r;jeillbeiuadjfor tteitf
very lit pixckJg ' on fxmr.1 si-.-nnjuo.. ;.ffa
d'iressi-a to iao '-
Who Wants a No 1 Farm?
One ten te had for a small sini of
The undersigned is aith.tuel o eM on'' favorab'.e
tormsa iii--sicxi.eileii: piece of raud, ritunie 10 mi-ci
West ot li -o-.vin i.ie on the Kieat i.-u-e to Ki. Kearney,
Gold iii!..-s. .c The ir;t;i ciiiiiis 3.'0 acre. WwrM
of which is line timher ih'oiiph which runs a livinjr
stream of i.-k wjier. ard.n wiiioh ii several ex.etient
sji inss. 3J .ir.es nudet cuitivrfii. ii two K'M,d Vuicfurt
ahle lo? h i.i-Ci and oriiuaiy out buii.'iin.--.
. Jt W. FL'RNS .
N y 17. - " Ai A ifferii.-er-l'llire.
Farm lor Bent. , ,
T!ie J.oui 15. K I wards' i m for rent. The above
f if hi iia.s a !' d house, n hr-t rate well of watr.iiJ
abi-ut thirty aer broki'tiij if.atid siiuatcd on!y Iwu
and :i lialf m.'.cj Inou L'r v,:i .
i'leiise address in j through tlio I'iB't OiSoO at
rrownvillc.uiid have itmn ii.5;- aitrn'ioii.
A., FX. HAU.AM. APnt.
L'a reentry Muuq tJusy.
Tldrfy-t iiit pluie-, t- liundred Osikc-. The most
p a -tiCjl aixt v.ilna!)!e tHik f..r fnnpr es'ant. Tell,
how to hiiiot ISjrus. and IT .ni-es," C idat's &e. c.
T.ice $3M.ampie -.!? $2 ty in.il. post p.ru JXM ui
CUAU.N fi. SON. rUUiJlpUii. AjQUtj wiuud.
"oHegon WURSESY. .
lv i Bi nciiES & co.r: '
Oregon, Holt Go.; Ho. '
The undersized '"mvu hms .in-t bten .wnvinc4
of tha wiiiil of ii lift class Nursery in tbe
will rcccivo prctuT t attention
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