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THURSDAY MORNING, MAECI1 D, 1SC0.
FOR PRESIDENT IN 1SG0,
STEPHEN A: DOUGLAS.
Of the United States.
- Of Tennessee.
No rapcr Next Week-
Next week we will remove the 'Ad'
verriser" and "Farmer" office into the
tctiid story of the new building recently
erected ty Jacob Stbicxler, Esq., where
we will have more room, in the mechani
cal department of our establishment. Con
sequently there will be no regular paper
issued next Thursday ; and it may Le we
will 'be unable to get out even on the
tl.' .j... r.tn xv -it i
peditious as possible. An Extra will be
issued for the benefit of our legal udver-
Just now there is considerable agitation
in favor of changing the place for holding
the National Democratic Convention. In
fact a committee of the National Demo
cratic Committee have visited Baltimore,
for the purpose of inquiring into the
''capacity of the hotels, terms of board,
&c, with the view of having an informal
meeting of the National Convention at
Charleston, and then adjourning to Balti
more, The committee say that Charles
ton will' neither be able to accommodate
nor "feed the many thousands who will
congregate there. The Baltimore hotel
keepers have promised that if this course
ii resolved upon, the regular charges will
be made, and that with the well known
hospitality of the citizens to throw open
their doors to all who cannot be accommo
dated at the hotels, there will not be the
-'slightest difficulty in accommodating, all
who visit the city.
The delgation from Illinois will alone
number one thousand.
Rejection of the Nicaragua Treaty.
Our readers are no doubt aware of the
. state-of Niccraguan affairs for' several
years past, and of the prevailing desire
. for the establishment of some pacific re
lations with that country. A treaty has
finally been concluded which it was
thought would adjust existing differences.
. This treaty has been reiected by the ac-
tion of Republican Senators in Congress.
The New York Times, an independent
paper with strong Republican proclivities
in speaking of this matter, very sensibly
"The Republican party, as represented
in the Senate, is assuming a very serious
responsibility to the country by its course
upon the treaties dependent upon its ac
tion. It seems to have decided that this
present Administration shall not have the
credit of closing any of the quarrels which
have so long threatened to involve us in
still more serious difficulties with foreign
Tv-m-pr nnrl tr nrpvpnt Kiirh n rpsnh it
j . s., - t "
rejects all steps to end them. ;
The Republicans are confident that they
are about to come into power. Natural
ly, therefore, they desire to reserve the
"rettlciuentof all these questions for them
selves. They wish to adjust them upon
their own basis, and to reap all the honor
and advantage of having closed item.
But this policy cannot be safely pushed
toofar. The opportunity of settling these
questions at all may pass away, and the
couutry may hold them to a heavier re
sponsibility than they can afford to bear."
Yes, "the opportunity of settling these
questions at all, may pass away," per
haps has, unless those, upon whom now
rets the responsibility, retrace their steps,
which, from very recent dispatches, we
have reason to believe they will. It is
is jaid they have held a caucus on the
subject, and discussion was warm. The
resust was that Senator Dixon, of Con
'r.ccticut, and several others, joined Sena
tor Wilson in the policy indicted by his
vote on the Nicaraguan Treaty, and, if
practicable, will resuscitate the Treaty and
Tf tho rr.attpr stands ns at nresent.
' England will have a very great advantage
over us, and the Isthmus route to the
Pacific closed against American capital,
energy and skill.
, . In the Charleston (S. C.) .Mercury of
.1 . n 1 1 .1. r .-1 1.
dispatch from Washington:
The Homestead Bill passed under the
. previous question, or gag rule. While
intended to le real, it is, nevertheless, an
auxiliary for the coming Presidential
campaign, but should it pass both houses,
xne i inbiacm win veto it.
-' To veto the Homestead Bill, would on
ly be characteristic cf the President. Be
fore his election he was in favor of the
public lands being preserved for the ben
efit of actual settlers." After his elec
tion he rushed their, into market, and op
pressed in every possible manner the "ac
tual settler." Before his election he was
'in favor cf "Popular Sovereignty;" after
his election he thought it a "soil aelu-
Still "Occupying t!:c same .EedP
We learn that "ultra Southerners" and
"ultra Northerners'are still in the same
bed. They arc both "opposing tlrs Mexican
Treaty ; the former, because it would
lead lathe rapid emigration of free-soil
population to that part of Mexico, , and
the first thing Texas knew she would have
free-soil States established on her front
ier." The latter, because "it is likely to
create more slave States." The only
question with such politicians is "how will
this thing affect slavery," and thus they
lose sight entirely of the substantial inte
rests of the country. Wo Tepeat, thcro
is but one way to settle this "nigger ques
tion," and that is, banish it from the halls
of Congress, and let those directly inte
rested, settle "in their own; way."
Settlers on Indian Reservations.
For the benefit of some of our readers
in Nebraska and Kansas we publish the
following paragraph relative to settlemens
upon Indian Reservations, by the whites.
; ".vhich we find Ma a late Washington
"The Commissioner of Indian Affairs
has issued a letter, in which he says
almost every Indian reservation in Kansas
has either been settled or trespassed upon
by the whites, in utter disregard of the
law, which is imperative and must be en
forced, lie would exceedingly regret a
collision between citizens and the United
States troops, and hopes that such a
calamity will be avoided ; but, as at pres
ent advised, unless they obey the notice,
the strong arm of the Government will be
employed to enforce it, however formida
ble they m3y b? in numbers."
The Texas Fever.
It is known ihat the Texas fever pre
vailed to some extent in this place and
vicinity last year, carrying off a number
of our citizens, among whom was Hon.
R. Brown. We are permitted to make
the following extracts from a letter writ
ten by Mr. B. to Dr. A. S. Holladay, of
this city, under date "Denton, Texas,
Feb. 23rd, 1SG0":
!Jf .there is anything I hate, it is a
woman with a lap-dog ! I alwaj's want to
drown it and put a baby in its place," says
cruel Fanny Fern, forgetful that too often
the tep-dsg owners feel the same way,
but take the dog because they can't have
the laby. Shouldn't be hard ca the sex,
Fanny. Boi!cn Post.
The Pod might have added.: and, be
side, perhaps' Fanny is "not man enough
to fulfill her desires in regard to "woman
" I have been somewhat disappointed as
to the winter season of Texas, from the
fact that I expected to find a fine, pleasant
open winter, so much so ihat stock of all
kinds would subsist all winter. In fact
tbis was the universal report from all
those with whom I talked on the subject ;
but I am trying it for myself and find it
very much to the reverse. All say this
is the hardest wTinter that has been since
the country has been settled ; stock is
dying by thousands for want of feed, ten
times more than I ever knew in the North
at -any one season. Stock raisers haTe
not, heretofore, prepared any feed for
whiter. This is a damper on the stock
business. Another great drawback, this
season, is the . almost total loss of the
wheat crop in all the grain growing por
tion of the country, owing to the winter
setting in so early and hard before the
wheat had got a siart, which has never
happened- in Texas before ; and. this
country having no navigable streams or
railroads running to and from it, to equal
ize the prices of produce and trade gene
rally, makes it opperate extremely hard
on the inhabitants. So you see that 1
cannot advise any of my friends to leave
Nebraska or Northern Missouri to come
My trip South will be somewhat expen
sive to me, thuugh I think it will be the
means cf securing good health in my
family, which will be the only compensa
tion. . . . ...
I must say that I have been somewhat
disappointed as to the Northwi portion
of the State-of Texas; and the more
favored portions of the State are subject
more or less to yellow fever. The por
tion that I had selected to locate in has
been almost vacated the last season on ac
count of yellow fever, it being the South
ern portion of the State. '
The farmers are planting corn; the
oat and wheat fields are green."
, We will on!y add, that those who arc
looking for a better country than Southern
Nebraska will be very apt to find it
"over the left."
Houston and the Texas
Gen. Sara. Houston, Governor of Texas,
it seems is determined that his dominion
shall not be invaded. He has once or
twice before informed the General Gov
ernment of the state of affairs, suggest
ing government aid ; not receiving prompt
attention, he again communicates with the
Secretary of War. as will be seen by the
following corresponcence. If Houston
undertakes to' settle border difficulties
there will be m boy's play about the
"Cior. Houston to the Secretary of War.
Austin, Feb, 13, 'CO.
To lion. John B: Floyd, Sicntaryof War,
Washington, D. C:
The Commissioners sent by me to the
Rio Grande have reported.
The territory of Texas has been in
vaded. ' The banditti recruit their forces
and gain supplies iii the; face of the au
thorities of Matamoras, and they are un
able to restrain them
The steamer ' Ranchero was fired into
from the Mexican side of the river' on
the 3rd instant. The Texans thereupon
crossed the river with sixty men, and after
an engagement with 200 banditti, re
pulsed them with a loss of twenty-five or
thirty of the enemy.
The immediate interposition of the
Federal arm is besought.' I have used
all necessary caution and prudence, and
may now act upon the facts before me.
Unless prompt measures are adopted by
the Federal Government, circumstances
will impel a course on the part of Texas
which she 'desires to avoid.
Texas cannot be invaded with impuni
ty. 1 thrown upon her "resources, she
may not only resists but adept means to
prevent a recurrence of the outrage.
A reply is respectfully asked, stating
th.j determination of the Department I
would request that this dispatch be sub
mitted to His Excellency President Bu
chanan. The report of the Commission
ers will be sent by mail.
Secretary of War to Gov. Houston.
Washington "City, D. C, )
. February 28th, '60., J
To Hon. Sam. Houston, Gov. of Texas:
Your dispatch was received and prompt
ly submitted to the President," when action
was immediately , had. .to carry out your
wishes. Stuh measures as the means and
power of this Department could command
lave been taken for the defence of the
Texas frontier on the Mexican border.
An officer of great discretion and ability
has been dispatched to take command of
the Department of Texas; and has m
doubt arrived at the scene cf action before
this date. Strong additional reinforce
-tnents will be sent into Texas as soon as
the season of the year will render a move
ment of troops possible. .
r JOHN B. FLOYD, Sec. of War.
Gov. Houston to .Major-Gen. Ben. JIc-
Cviioch. . ... .-. ;
Executive Department, )
Austin, Feb. 13th, 'CO.., ;. '
.Major-Gen. Ben. JUeCulIoeh, Washing
ton City,D. C. v
Sir: There will be stirring time on the
Rio Grande ere long !
What are you doing ?
See the President and the Secretary of
War. SAM. HOUSTON.
, Reply io .Major-Gen. Ben. .McCulloch:
Washington City, D. C, )
, ' February 21st, 'GO. $
Gov. Houston": You will soon hear
from the Government. I am at all times
ready to serve Texas.
... BEN. McCULLOCH.
The Vote on State Organization.
The following is the official vote for
and against State Organization in the
counties named, and as returned by the
County Clerks to the Board cf Canvassers.
The majority, so far, against it is 252. It
will be increased to 300 or over:
Majority against State Govern't, 252. .
Death of Gov. Bisscll.
Wm. - H. Bissell, Governor of the
S ate of Illinois, died at Springfield on
the 18ih inst., a telegraph dispatch of the
21st says : .
"The ! funeraFceremonies of Hon. W.
H.. Bissell, the late . Governor of Illinois
took place to-day. The remains lay in
state at the Executive mansion, and were
visited by crowds of citizens and strangers.
The attendance from the adjoining towns
and from Chicago was very large. The
military display was the finest ever made
in the State. The procession moved from
the Executive mansion at 1, a. m., the
military being an escort under Adjutant
General Mather. Minute guns were
fired by the Chicago Light Artilery during
the march of the procession, which passed
through the principal streets, and was
made of Military,: Masons, citizens and
the Fire Department. The remains were
interred with the services of the Roman
Catholic Church. The day was delight
ful, and the exercises throughout of a
most imposing character.
Lieutenant-Governor Wood, of Quincy,
will be formally inaugurated Governor at
"Conic Rest In this Bosom."
One of the fullest bosoms of .ancient or
modern times, says the Boston Herald, was
exhibited at the first station last evening,
when a woman, who had been picked up
drunk on the side-walk, was brought in.
There was an unusual fullness in the
region of her bosom, which induced a
suspicion that it was not nature's handi
work, and voluntarily she commenced re
vealing the, mysteries of that portion of
her person, not, however, in such a man
ner as-to shock the sensitive nature of
the 'officers. She removed from her
dress a bottle of champaigne, two plates,
half a dozen oranges, ten doughnuts, four
pieces of cake, a pound of tea, a coffee
pot, gridiron, and, no doubt, would have
brought to light a cooking stove, if the
officers had not tired of receiving the
articles drawn from their seclusion, and
begged of her to desist. That woman
would be a treasure to a man about to
start to Pike's Peak or Cherry Creek, as
she could carry such a quantity of refresh
ments in her bosom, and always have
Lafayette Nuckolls Died near In
dianola, Texas, on the 26th, ull. He had
gone South for the benefit of his health,
which had been cn the decline for a year
or two past.
So Prevent Trespassing on Timber Lands.
Section I. Be it enacted by the Coun
cil and House r.f Representatives of the
Territory of Nebraska: That, if any
person or persons, knowingly or wilfully
enter upon the land, of another and re
move therefrom any '' timber or wood, or
wilfully cut. injure or remove any timber
tree or shrub on the land of another, or,
in the street or highway in front of
another's cultivated ground, yard or town
lot, or on the public ground of any town,
or any land held by this Territory for any
purpose, . whatsoever,' or" any , burying
ground, or any school land, shall be
beemed guilty of misdemeanor, and, on
conviction Mhereof before any Justice of
the Peace of the proper couniy, shall ;be
fined in any sum not less than thirty dol
lars, nor more than one hundred dollars ;
one half of said fine to be paid into the
school fund, .and the other half U be paid
to the informer.
Sec-2, Any person found guilty of a
j misdemeanor, as defined by . section one
of tLis act, and fined by any Justice of
the Peace, shall be imprisoned in the
county jail until such fine be paid.' t ;'
Sec. 3, If, upon the trial of any per
son, arrested under the provisions of this
act, the defendant shall demand at trial
by jury, the Justice' of the Peace, before
whom such trial is being had,, may issue
r. yanira nod. proceed to empannel, a jury
to ry said cause.
Src 4, That an act entitled "an act
to prevent trespassing on timber lancjs,"
approved Nov. 4, 1S58, be, and the same
is, hereby repealed, 1
Sec. 5, All suits pending under the
provisions of the act . thereby repealed,
shall be prosecuted to' a final termination,
and the fine Collected in the same manner
as though this act had never been passed.
.Sec.. 6, This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage. '
. ED. A. DONELAN,
Presi of the Council.
S. A. STRICKLAND,
Speaker of the House. .
oved, Jan. 13th, 1660. .
(Signed.) ' : ,
; SAM'L W. BLACK.
; . Governor of Nebraska.
Having, carefully compared the fore
going with the original rolls now on file
in my office, I certify, that it is a true
and correct transcript from the S3me.
In Testimony W hereof, Jht-
ness my hand and the Great
Seal of the Territory of JVe-
: braska, hereunto ajjixed.
Done at Omaha, on this the 25th ,day
of January, A. D." 1560. .
J. Sterling Morton,
Sec'y of the Ter. of Ngb.
AN ACT .
To Fix the Times of holding tho Dishict
Courts in the Counties composing the
second Judicial District of Aebrdska
Section 1, Be it enacted by the Conn
oil and House of' Representatives of the
Territory of Nebraska: That the District
Courts within and for the several counties
composing the Second Judicial District
shall be holden as follows:
Spring Term. In the County of Otoe,
on the fourth Monday in March ; in the
County of Johnson, on the fourth Monday
in April ; in the County of Gage, on the
first Thursday thereafter ; in the County
of Pawnee, on the first Monday there
after; in the County of Richardson,' on
the first Thursday thereafter.; and in the
County of Nemaha, on the. second Mon
Summer Term. In the County of Otoe,
on the fourth Monday m June.
Fall Term. In the County of Johnson,
on the first Monday in September; in the
County of Gage, on the first Thursday
thereafter; in the County of Pawnee, on
the first Monday thereafter; in the County
of Richardson, on the first Thursday there
after; in the County of Nemaha, on the
second Monday thereafter : and in the
County of Otoe, on the third Tuesday in
' Sec. 2, All writs, process, matters and
proceedings whatsoever, returnable at the
next, term of any of said Courts,' when
service of process has been made, as di
rected by law, either "personally or by
publication under any law now in force
shall for any purpose, be deemed and held
to be returnable at the terms herein ,ap
Sec. 3, That all laws and part3 of
laws inconsistent with this act be and the
same are hereby repealed.
Sec. 4, That this act shall take effect
and be in force from and after its passage.
(Signed,) ED. A. DONELAN,
Pres. of the Council.
(Signed,) S, A. STRICKLAND,
.'" Speaker of the House.
Approved Jan. 11th, 1860. '
SAM'L W. BLACK,
Governor of Nebraska.
Having carefully compared the fore
going with the original rolls now on file
in my office, I certify, that it is a true and
correct transcript from the same.
In Testimony Whereof, Wit-
to) ness my ' hand and the Great
' Seal of the Territory of Ne
braska, hereunto ajjixed.
Done at Omaha, on this the 27th day
of January, A. D. 1860.
J. Sterling Morton,
Sec'y of the Ter. of Neb. '
From Jlexlco Engagement Be
tween American and Mexican
New Orleans, March 20.
Miramon commencsd the siege of Vera
Cruz on the 5th and 6th. Two steamers
appeared before the city and refused to
show their colors. ' Commodoro Jarvis
therefore ordered the Saratoga, with de
tachments from the Savannah and Preble
on the steamers Indianola and Wave, to
proceed to the anchorage and ascertain
the character of the vessels. As the
Saratoga towed the Indianola approached,
the steamers tried to escape but they were
too late. Capt. Turner sent a boat with
a flag to demand the nationality of the
steamers. The boat was fired upon twice
whereupon the Saratoga fired a broadside
into the s.eainer Miramon and the action
became general. Both steamers now
hoisted the Spanish flag, and after a
spirited engagement, the commander of
the vessel, Gen. Warrin, surrendered,
and with most of hi men were taken
prisoners. The American loss was 3
wounded; 1 mortally. Mexican loss j
about 15 killed and between 20 and 30
Later from Pike's Peak ana Salt
,; Atchison, March 21.
The Central Overland Mail and Pike's
PeakfExpfess arrived here this evening,
bringing dates from Salt Lake .to March
2d,' and from- Denver to the'lSth inst.,
and C3.C0O in gold dust.
Oa the 14th of March Mo3e3 young
shot Wm, West, of Leavenworth. On
the 15th Young was tried before the
People's Court, and hung at 3 o'clock the
same afternoon. He only said in defense
that he had killed his best friend, but for
what cause the world would never know.
The funeral of West, on the same day.
was largely attended, by Masons and
others. , r.
Mr. Stone was still alive, but his sur
geon, Dr. McDowell, pronounced the
wound mortal, and he could not survive
many days. -
From private correspondence we learn
that affairs in Salt Lake are quiet. There
was a little flutter on the part of the
Mormons, however, in relation to the ap
pointment of Gen'. Harney to the' Gover
norship of the Territory.1 - ' -
Gen. Sohnston and Major Porter, left
Camp Floyd -on the 29th of February, en
route for Washingtou via California. :
, .Of. Slavery U 1713. j ; ;
One hundred and forty years ago, in
the reign 'of George I, the population
of the Colonies was as follows:
South Carolina. .
. " 3,700
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FURNAS & LYANNA,"
D. L. Martin. Heath
Nackoll.., & Stephen Ni-maha County District
F. Nuckolls partners C,urt of the 2i JuiJcial Dis
in trade by the name J-tri;;t, Nebraska Territory, to
of D.J. Martini Co May tcrto, A. D. ISCO.
D. L. McGary J ' '
To D. L. McUary cf tin SUto cf Texas, -the
l-ove Lamed defendant. Yon are hereby notified
that th above named l'lairti.Ts, V. J. 'lartin, ileath
Nuckolls and Stephen Y. Nuckolls, partners in
trade under the name of D. J. iTirtin & Co of the
County of Nemaha, Nebrx-ka Territory, have on,to
wit.the 16th of Novcmbur, 1S59, filed their petition
ia the above named Neinaba Cocaty District Cuiirt
against you wherein they claim of you the sum of
one hundred and six and 15-100 dollars, with in
terest thereon, from the 15th day of Jane, A. D.
1359, at the rate of thirty six per centum per an
nani upou a certain prommissory note in said pe
tition mentioned. Said note being dated Urown
yille, June 15tb, 1S59, dae one day fter date, and
given by you to said plaintiffj for the principal and
interest aforesaid, and you are hereby further no
tified tha upon proper sOdavit being filed, a writ
cf attachment in the said case has been issued
against you, and that you are hereby required to
demur, answer or plead to the rail petition on or
before the seventh day cf May, A. I). 1360, or the
petition will betaken as confessed, and judgment
rended against you for tha sum demanded. .
JOHNSON & 1JEDFORD,
Attest " Attorneys for I'1,2T.
Allen BlaCSBH,-District Court,
Uy T. W. BEDFORD, Deputy.
Ordered that the above be published for four con
jecutive we ks in the Neb. Advertiser.
ALLEN ULACKER, District Clerk. .
15y T. W. Ukdkord, Deputy.
Urownville, March 2(J, 1S60 4t$l0
Public Opinionbas declared that CurtU' Compound
Syrup of Sassafras stand unequalled among the rem
edies offered Tor speedily cwing diseases of the lungs,
chest and throat.
His Mamaluke Liniment has become one of the sta
ples articles of trade. Merchants might as well be
without sagar and coffee. Every fanulv should keep a
constant suppljof the.e medicines on hand. n23
N E A j) JERTI SE3IE N TS.
. THE undesigned bas 8 000 acres of Choice Lands lo
cated in this Territory, which be will sell
Cheap for Cash or on TImfi. .
For further information apply to my office on Main
Stree, of this place. II. 31. ATKXNSQX.
The qualified- electors cf tho city of Brownville
are hereby notified that on the 1st Monday (2d day)
of April, 13150, there will bean election for the pur
1 o?e of electing one Mayor, one liecorder, one Trca
surer,and four Aldermen.
Given under my hand and seal this 22d day of
March, 1800. .: I .
- O. B. ELEWETT, Mayor.
Robert W. Furnas,
1 Nemaha County Distri-t
Court of the Second Judi
cial District, Nebraska ter
ritory, To May Term, A. D.
J 1860, in chancery.
The above named -lefendant, E. W. Anderson,
will take notice that the above named plaintiff, Rob
ert W. Furuasof Nemaha County, Nebraska Ter
ritory, did on to-wit : on the 2 tth day of March A. D.
1SG0, file hi petition in the above named Nemaha
County District Court against him, the aaid defen
dant for the purpose of recovering and quieting the
title unto him the said plaintiff" the said following
described property, to wit : lot Number 1 in Clock
No. 15, in the City of Urownville, Nemaha County,
Nebraska Territory as i-evidenced by the original re
corded plat of the said placp. And lor such other
relief as the said -plaintiff tn;iy be entitled. The
said plaintiff founding his said suit against him the
defendant upon a deed given by ene R. T. Itaircy
to him the said plaintiff for the payment of the tax
es assessed upon the faid lot.-, and a unle of the
said property, on the 3d day of May, A. D. 1859. to
him the said plaintiff, by him the said Rainey, as the
treasurer in and for the faid countv.and in the
nam of tho Territory of Nebraska. Therefore you
are hereby notified and required to plead answerer
demur to said petition on or before the 7th day of
.May, a. v. istju, or.t&e said plaintiff will t ike such
petition as confessed, and apply to said Court for the
granting the prayer of the said plaintiff in the said
petition. JULLNSU: tt UhDr OKD,
Acrest, Attorneys tor riaintiff.
Allex Blacker, District Clerk,
By T. W. BEDFORD, Donaty.
Odered that the foregoing be published for four
consecutive weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser
ALLEN BLACKER, Dis. Clerk.
By T. W. Bedfoud, Deputy.
Brownvillc, March 29, l&M. 4t-$U 25
John II. Maun, P'ff ) Nemaha County District
vs. (Court, of tho Second Judic-
Tctcr J. Feterson, j ial District, Nebraska Tcrri
J tory, toMay term, 1S60.
The above named defendant, 1'eter J. Feterson,
will take notice that the abeve named p'uuntiff, Jchn
II. Maun of Nemaha County Nebraska Territory, did
on to-wit : tho d;iy of Alaach A,, D. iStiii, fils
his petition in tho above named Nemaha County
District Court igiinst him the said defendant, fur
toe purpose of securing n.nd quieting the title unto
him the said Plaintiff, the following described prop
erty f to-wit; Let no eight in Block no sixteen, lot
no olq in block, no forty -one, in tho City of Brown
ville, in Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory as ii
evidenced by the origin il recorded plat of the said
place, and for such other relief as tha said Plaintiff
shall be entitled to, the said plaintiff founding his
said suit against him the defendant upon a deed
given by one R. T. Rainey, to him the said plain
tiff, for tho payment of the taxes assessed upon the
said lot3 and sale of the said property on thi 3d
day of May, A. p. lSJ'J to him the said plaintiff by
the aid Rainy as the treasurer in and fur the suid
county, and in tho name of the Territory of Nebras
ka, therefore, you are hereby notified k plead, an
swer or acinur to said petition on or before the sev
enth of May A. D. 1800, or tho said plaintiff will
tae such petition as coufessed, aud apply to the
?'d Court for tho grantin jof tho prayer cf the said
piainim in me saa petition.
- JOHNSON t BEDFORD, .
Attest, - -- Attorneys for Plaintiff.. '
Allen Blacker, District Clerk,
By T.W. BEDFORD Deputy.
Ordered that tho above be published for four con
secutive weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser. "
ALLEN BLACKER, District Clerk,
By T. W. Bedford Deputy.
March 29, 1SG0. 4i31ft
... . Legal Notice.
John L. Carson and B. "j
F. Lushbaugh,partners Nemaha -County District
by the name cf Lush- Conrt. of the Second Ju
baughi Cursour . . picuil district, Nebraska
vs Territory To Siay term,
E. McCann J 1800. -
To E. McCann of tho State of Ohio, the above
Homed defendant. You are hereby notified that the
above named plaintiff.-", Joan L. Carson and B. F.
Lushbaugh, partners by tho naino cf Lushbaugh &
Carson of Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory, have
on, to-wit : the eighth day cf March. A. D. I860, filed
their potition in the above named Nemaha County
district Court against you, wherein they claim of
you the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars togflh
cr with the interest thereon, at the rate of five per
cent per month, aftermaturing;upo3 accrtain prom
issory note, in said petition mentioned, said prom
issory note being dated Brownvilie, July 13th 1859,
duo one day alter date, and given by you to said
plaintiffs ror the principal and interest aforesaid,
and you are hereby further notified that upon a
proper affidavit being filed, a writ cf attachment in
the sa.ul aa ha been i.aued Against you, and tbat
you are hereby required to demur, answer or pl:ad
to th said petition on or before the seventh day cf
May, A. D. 1870, or tha petition will bo taken as
confessed, and judgment rendered against you for
the sum demanded.
JOHNSON & BEDFORD.
Attest, - Attorneys for P'ff.
Allen Blacker, District Clerks
By T. V. BEDFORD.
Ordered that the above Le published for foucont-
sccutive weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser.
ALLEN BLACKER, District Clerk,
By T.W. Bedford, Deputy.
Erownville, March 29, I860. 4t$l0.
"Whereas Canrs'l ILrir.a, a!-,iinitrtor if tv.,
of Joshua Rjtdil deceased, latent Xumv. r
. A . , , . V'J
mauc ai'iiitiaij.iu so ice rruDJl ;
ty, hebraska Territory, for ore yer rztmu at,
to collect the a.ets of the sai.i eu:eDd car ik. i
andcharsrea cha-ge aMe a?!ni tne wm,
hereby eiven tb.u I "bare set Eri.JTti n;s ,i .1
AT D. 1S30 at U o'clock A X.. till,. V."'!
rille In saii county, as tbe time fur the hericr 0
application, wbe,- andwhere any ar4 u p., ,
ested may appear and sbow caaae wby ,iid ... ,
should not be alkwed.. 'k
Given nnder my hiad an l n.:!al at tMs j
of March A D I860. CTHU3 W. WHE1 1 r T
March 232t$t . Prt, j".
No ice ii hereby given that tbe l.J-h d,TRf
8o0, at 10 o'clock A. M. of sail .iaT" is.
rhich time all persons inUred ma
WILLIAM T. DEV.br
1IEWETT THOMAS, hia AU'jt.
HUGHES. JESSE HOLLADAY. ALIIIJ JITIDO
1ILGIIES & IIULIaADAI.
1, City Buildings,
- - - IIISSOTTBI.
31 USD &, llOXAADAY,
Xo. 110, Pearl Street,
Produce : and Commission
we RErra by pebmusio.v to
Pcwell, Levy & Lemon, - - St.Josecj.
Tootles &. Farleifh, -
T. Sl J. Curd - f
Nave, Jltfori i Co., -
Donnel &. Saxtoa ---
v. c. JonssoN, j a. urnroau.
JOHUSOII & BETJrOHD,
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW,
SOLICITORS IN CHANCER.
Corner First and Uain Streets,
CroivnTllIe, - - - Nebraska
Lloncy to Loan cn approved security.
u. u. vv&sr.j,
Brownvilie, Nebraska nJT
The following description of Eatrayi hare been fl!et
and recorded in tbe County Clerk'a olBce of Xemalu
county at Brownvilie. .
One bay horse eolt two yars old Unt uprinr, with.
black mane and tail, a tmall white put i i the furt
bead, and the right hind foot white. No other markiaod
brands perceivable. Taken up by the iutscriter about
the 16tn day of December,
One light bay mare mule about sixteen raa-U hlja.
Tery much marked with the harnes. Tail hl or
boted. Slight appearanceof -'-s bat lotj-ff. No!a
cr marks er brands percevab.. Also odis bay bor -about
Mxtcen band high, sdpijcI to be nin o tm
years old, with a blaze face and m : ted wi-.b '.La hr-
ness. Some Bi?u of ihoes. but none on. Atlmbt croj
off the right ear. Taken up by the aubtcriter about t
9th day of January, 1560.
.... LT. B. F.OBEIITS.
I certify that the above is a correct copy of the decrip-
tion of the above named estrays a apoear oa recuntat
aiy of3oe. T. W. BKDFOKi), Coocty Clttt , j
March 15, lb60 3T-St
Uriel C. Johnson, Plff. 1 ' Nemaha Countv Dis
- . vs. I trict Court of the sec-
Lot no It in block no 56, ond Judicial District
lots no 5 & 6 in block no 82 Nebraska Territory, in
lot in block 25, lot Zintbanccry
bhck 41, in the City cf j
Brownvilie, Nemaha Coun-j To May term, A. D
ty, Nebraska Territory, De- i 1SC0.
To the owner or owners or person or persons who
havo any Interest in the above named property, to
wit: lot no Id in block 56, lots 5 & C in block no
8?, lot four in block 26, lot two in block 41, in the
City of Brownvnle, in Nemaha County, Nebraska
Territory, notice is hereby given, that the above
named plaintiQ", Uriel CJohnson, has commenced an
action and filed hi3 petition in this Nemaha County
District Court above named in the Chancery side
thereof against the said property for the purpose of
recovering to and to quiet the title, in him, of the
ai.l rironertv. his said suit Veinz founded upon a
deed eiven tc bim for the said property by one R,
T. Rainey on the Ilth day of May. A. D. 18(30, as
tho Treasnrer of said coanty cf Nemaha, for the
ravmcnt of the taxes asses?sd thereon, ana sola on
the second day of May, aforesaid, for that purpose,
bv him. the said Rainey, to him the said plaintiff,
and that nn!es they answer, demur, or plead to the
said petition on or before .the seventh day of May,
A. D. lsou, that nis saia petition will be taten as
true, and that the prayer of him, the .'aid plaintiff
therein will be granted by the said court.
JOHNSON & BEDFORD,
Attest, - Attorneys for pi f.
ALLS Elacxer, District Clerk,
By T. W. BED FORD, Deputy.
Ordered that the above be published for four con
secutive weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser
ALLEN BLACKER, District Clerk,
By T, W. Bedford, Deputy.
March 20,lS60.-$!0 : .
Who Wants a No. 1 Farm?
Out can be had for a small num. of
The undersigned is authorized to sell on favorable
term a most excellent piece of land, situate 10 nulcs
Went of Brownvilie on tbe great rute to Ft. Kearney,
Gold Mines, tec. The tract contains 320 acres, 60 acres
I which is fine timber through which runs a living
stream of stock water, andun wiiich is several excellent
t-prinsrs. 60 acres under cultivation, two good comfort
able log houses and ordinary out buil Jingw.
It. W, FCKNAS,
Kot IT, S . A Advertiser Ote.
Rob't W. Furnas, IXeiaaha County District Court of th
vs. 'in j iKiicial listrict, rebraskATec
J. L. Sharp. litory, to liny Term, A. D. 1S6&,
Ja Chancery i
The alKve named defomtenN, J . L Sharp, will tak
notice that the above named plaintiff, Hob't VV Turnas
of Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory, did on, to wit
the 24th of March, A D 1K0, file his petition iu theabov
named Nenidha County Dis't Court, againpt b:m the said
defendant for the purpose of rccoveriui; and quieting the
title unto hinv the said plaintiff the said follov.ins de
scribed property, to wit : Lot Xo 3 fthree) in block X
IS (eighteen)' In rheCityof Brownvilie Xcuiaha county
XCbraska Territory, as is tviiieuciM by the recordc piat
f said place; And fr such other relief as the said
plaintiff may be entitled to; the said plaintiff founding
his said snit asainst him. the said defendant upon a deed
given by one It T Rainey to him tho said plaintiff for the
payment of the taxes assessed on tbe said lot, and a sale
ot the said property on the 3d day of May. A I) 159, to
rum t lie said plaintiff by rum the said Rainey as the
Treasurer in and for the said County ia the name of the
Territory of Xebraka; Therefore, yon aro hereby noti
tied and required to ple;)d, answer or demur to said pe
tition on or before the 7th day of May, A l, 1SG0, or the
said plaintiff will take such petition as confessed, and
apply to tne said Cetirt for thCiiractingof the prayer o
tbe said plaintiff iu tne stud petii ion,
JOHNSON & BEDFORD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Attest: Alle Blacker, p.Vi Clerk,
By T. W. Bedford, Deputy.
Ordered that the foregoing be published for four con
secutive weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser.
Alli: Blacker, DiVt Clerk,
By T. W Bedford, Deputy.
Brownvilie, March 23, lStiO. ,
Michael Foley & Nemaha County District Court of the
Chas. Foley jVl'ffl 2nd Judicial District, Nebraska Ter
vs f ritory, to May Term, A D, 1S60.
DL M'Gary D'ftJ
To D L M'Gary of the Statt cf Texas, the above
You are hereby notified that tbesai l plaintiffs, Mich
ael Iroley and Charles Foley of tne county of Nemaha
Nebra.-ka Territory, have cn, to wit, tbe 3d day of
December, A D 1859, tiled their petition in the above
named Nemaha county District Court against you where
in they claim of you the sum of live hundred dollar as
uani iges for breach of covenant made by you the defen
dant with them the plaintiffs, and contained iu a certain
deed given by you to tbem theplaintiri, on the 16th day
of May, A D 1S53, for the following described property,
lying and being in the county of -Nemaha, Nebraska
Territory, to wit, the north half ami the southeast rpiar
ter of the northeast quarter of Section No 27, in Town
shipXo 6, north of Kaiise No 15, east of the 6th princi'
pal meridian, which cjvenant was that you the said de
fendant was possessed of the legal title to the said land.
and that yon would warrant and de'end them, the plain
tiffs, aud their heirsand representatives in tne reacabie
possessionof the said property, which has not recTJ done
And you are hereby further notified that upon proper
affidavit being made a writ of attachment in the said
case has been issued agaiust you and that real property
belougins to you in tho said county has been attached,
and that you are required to demur, answer or plead to
said petition on or before the seventh day of May, A D
I860, and that unles you auswer, demur or plead to said
petition, tbe same will be taken as confessed and judg
ment by default against you rendered for the sum de.
niauded. JOHNSON &. BEDFORD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Attest : Allex Blacker, Dis't Clerk,
By T. BecLford, Deputy. ,
Ordered that tat above notice be published for four
successive weeks iuthr Nebraska Advertiser.
Allex Blacker, Dis't Clerk,
By T. W. Bedford, Deputy.
Brownvilie, March 291hr13CO.
PREMIUM SrCAR UIIXX-S.
.Muskingum JUills. Zanesville, Ohio.
-We are now prepared t manufacture our Premium
Sugar-Cane Miilt, either Vertical or Horizontal, and
will be able to supply tbe dcman.1, however la-jce.
We are also manufacturing Don Ian' Improved Evan
orator, and also Douglas Steam Sugar Evaporator, and
are prepared to furuish every article of the. best quail
ty, and at tniorate rates, required in the manufacture
of Syrnp and Sugar
PRICKS 50 460, SO tlOO. and upwards. Pric of
Furnaces and Evaporators, $50 to $100.
Circulars and Pamphlets furnUhcd oa application.
All orders addressed to the undersigned will be prompt
ly attended to. DOUGLAS BROTHERS,
spl-7 - lanes.ille, Ohio.
Territory of Nebraska, J
County of Nemaha, y
Whereas Daniel II. tennison has been appointed ti
minUtraUirof the estate of Lawrance Kennisvn, tf excit
ed, late of said County, notice is hereby given that 1 bv
aDoointed Saturday tha I4ta day of April AD 1860r
the hearing of claims against said estate, and all per
sons bavins claims against said entate must nave thwi
on die at my office on or before that day, or they win u
forever barred from recovering such claiffs and froa
setting off the 83me in any action whatever.
Given under my hand and official seal th.t 3th day of
March A D 1360.
C. W. WniET ER, Probate Judge.
Ordered that the above notice be published six weeks
in the Nebraska Alvertiser. $T
Pawnee county District Coon,
" Pawnee county Dist
: f To April term A.D.
fi. E. Downing and
V. I.. Sfri;Iie.
TiiS. K. Downing and K. t. Se!frlde Too vthrt-
by notified that the said plaintiff, Wm. atcNl, bu
filed in ! office of tho cierk of the District Court m
and fr the county of Pawnee and Territory ul NetriU
his petition in the above action, in wbkh be claims
judgement agair.st you the said defendants for the ''
of ninety-five dollar, with interest tker "a from tb
Uth day of Aprii A D 13o7, at the rate of eUSt per cent,
per annum, being the amount due on a promissory note
executed by you tooneA. Waters, daied the HtkUar
April 1857, and by said Waters assigned to plainti...
Said petition also prays for an attachment again: T'ur
gols, chattels nd effects. Anduule7u apPr CI
or before themoming of the first day or tae next term,
of the District Conrt of Pawnee county, tu b UgunaM
held at Pawnee City on the 30tU day of April A V 136.
and plead, answer, or demur t said pet .ti n, the mi
terand things therein contained will W taken for con
fessed agaiust you and Judgement rendered th
amount claimed lr said petition, and t6e pri-rer'y '
tacied ordered to be sold to satisfy the name with costs..
Mclennan a r3.
Att'ys for plai!JJ.
Ordered that the above notice be published lain
Xebraska Advertiser Tour weeks cowtjejT-4
3o-4w$10 ALLEN BLACtbR, Clni.
James T. Ilnrts of tho State of Kidswiri wi.l Uka
notice that C. W. iWn?s, of the ysnty of re
and Territory of Nebraska, did oa ta 29th day or r
ruary A D 1SGO, file his petitioaiu. the District Court o.
Pawnee connty, xVebratka Tc-rrrtory, ij,MW'
James T. Hnghs defendant, claiming of bim the a
one hundrel dollars as ta his petiiion set forth, ana io
said James T. nagbsis notified that he is "'Jl
appear and answer said petition on or before tbe u"r
Monday after the 2thday of March next. . TV.-
C. W. (ilDDINGS.-
Ordere.1 that tS above be published four comeeuuri
wppks in the Nebraska Advertiser.
35-5 A.BLACKa, Clerk insi.
upon and will, on Tanwdav, tre
A. D. 1850, at one o'clock F, If., offer at
0't t tka ;Tir,jt hid.lt-r for
Territorj of Nebraska,
Wm. Edwards, Jacob Edward.
Isaac Edwards, John Emmons,
James Edwards, Jlark S alser, I
George Harmon . and Samuet
Holme?. J . .
Soticeis hereby given that nndcrand by T'rtB" 1
an execution issued tn-ra tae onieo of taa V1 J.,
ritory, I, J.
.;. .i .
iiv F.i9 j . . .w " r , , tn
band, the followin descrioed joo-Jj and cD;""ti ,
wit: six hundred fencing posts, mow on An
rroperty of William Edwards, ana '5ai""" 0
fencing posts, mora ore or less, the F,r0Prt.s-
J a mes Emmons. Thesaidsale willHWJ ,
Ferry Landin- at the Shute, on thu side ".-
noralsland.in Nemaha County, brsu B,UY
tory. Given nnder mj nana, tau iJ u-7
reary, 1860. , Wrr.l.S. '
: .. Sheriff of Nemaha Cousty,."'. i.
Br A. V. DEXMAN, Deputy
BrownTille, Feb. 8th, I860, n3j;:t-5 J
Xoticeis hereby r'.en that Mn'!y tie iz4,, I
April, A. V., 1S60, at 9 o'ebxk A. M. U the tirnl
for tie Una! settlem ent of the estaie of OUr p i i I
ley deceased, late cf said county, at my office, Id BrowT I
ville. It said county, when and where all pr lorn
accounts of James X. Kelly administrator If m.L
tate should not be allowed. "
Given under my hand and the seal cf isid Coumim
2Gta day of March, a. d.
craus w. TrntrLs-i.
March 29, 1SS0. 3t-$4 Probate jact,
Whereas James A. Titus, Adrninistratorof Hi..
IxtMnT XfttSanJpl (. Tltns Jn.iA 1... .
- -, -, .M 5(.ma-
ha county, has made apt.lication to the Pn.k.tl
Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska Territorr f
an extension cf time to ct!!et the assets of aaLJ
estate and pay the debts chargeable arsinjt iv.
time set fcr hea
attend and show cause why said extension ?bocii
UUb Liu ttUUTtCU.
Given under my hand and oiTieial Ma.' tii "tV
day of JIarch, :Si?i). CYRUS W. WnZLER
March 23," )S60 IV.bau JaJ,.
William T. Leu )
Louis ktieffe? )
Louis Kieffer will take notice thai William T Dn.
of Xeraaha counly. hs Sled his petition in the District'
voun, wiinm ari ror the county of Gape. I.'cVastjT,,.
ritory, against the said Louis tietler, derendsct unua'
forth that the said defendant is indebted to iim i ..!
sum of ninety-eisht dollars and forty-mue ter.ts toI.
ther with interest cn the same from tb2t)th dv'f t.
gust, a. D. 1S59, on a certain pror.usory note mid br
the said Kieffer ard dated at Brownvilie, X. T.,M,yjri
1369. Andthe said Louis Kieffer is notiaed that be la
required to appear and answer said petition on or befr
itj-ru ma, ihw, tae nrst day of the spring tormcf Mid
all kinds, tor faie at this office.
"7hy Lafccr so fcaxao yt;t
I have a Chemical process fur c,e;;Yu
nseof wticb they can be washed in T9', ra!
ml timt. wiihout beina boiled, nj.wr'IcAVery
bin tbu saving much, labor; r. W c' tf
white and ciean, and ihey Tr)0'"lA w
the old way oi n.' vj - T&a
in ft machine
.... . . , W
article bsM e erj .....-- - L npc
.k:. nta'nl rKiD to order, P " ,
receipt of od cents. Three ceut postages"
money. ' ta nit miss tft
iryoar-ny wish claim to
ir.M.Atf ir w isri i in.ivi ,v'
lJK J V "
tbe . J
them, ard should be ia every f J"jTy cjiaGS
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