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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1860)
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or one year, If paid in advance, - $2,00
. jtUieendof 6montha, 2.60
i t tt t " "12 " 300
Cluba of It or more will be furnished at $1,60 per
-nm, provided the cash accompaniea the order, not
Th8 "H'eDraska Advertiser' having
.uch. the largest circulation of any paper in
a Territory. Wholesale Merchants in St
iouia; St. Joseph, Cincinnati and other East
rn marketsVhere Nebraska merchants pur
'aase. will find no better advertising medium
i the Western countryCS
We have on hand, printed In superior atyle, and for
le cheap for caih, a fresh supply ft
. Warranty Deeds, Mortgage Deeds,
Trtict Tloot linmis lor DeeGS.
Justice. shRrijF and Constable Blanks
C" .Blank Preemption papers.
Township Plats. Bills Lading,
"s Drafts. Notes, etc., etc., etc
i frtilh we call the esnecial attention of those in need
b Printing of any and every description executed to
ccrin a style inferior to none, produced in any part of
o tountry. We except no onT e in me v est, or eise
tere, and offer specimens of our work as evidence.
JEO. -A.. GRAVES, Untseller, Stat.cncr, and
Kews Acent, Post Ofllce buildinc, Corner DoiiKlasand
Thiriiuh Kirt-pts Omaha. X. T., is our authorized
Agent fur both the Advertiser and Farmer.
IT. S, HARDING & CO., News and Literary De
rt n.ii'M hniidine. Wain street, opposite the Nuct
tilt House, Nobrai-ka City, are ouruthomed Agenta
for both the Advertiser and a rmer.
Xemaha County Agricultural So
; The officers -of the Nemaha County
ryrlr-nltnrn Snrietv are urrentlv solici-
i:d to meet at Johnson's Hall in Brown
t-HlP. nn Saturday. Julv 21. in order that
the necessary arrangements maybe made
f :r holding a county fair this fall.
' The following are the officers and are
i.ereby notified to attend as above:
President D. C. Sanpeiis,
Vice President J. W. Coleman,
Treasurer Jesse Cole,
tOAED or MANAGERS.
G. H. Nixo.v, Henry Beane,
Alex. Skein, Geo. Crow,
D. Plasters, "W. S. Horn,
S. J.. Goode.
R. W. FURNAS, Sec'y.
U. S. Census Returns. Deputy U. s.
Marshall, H. M. Atkixsos. Esq., has
'ust completed his labors in taking the
census of Nemaha, Johncon, Clay, Saline
r.nd Fillmore counties. He did all the
work himself, and inside 31 days. If
Capt. Moore has any more expeditious
' and efficient Deputies than Mr. A., we
would like to know where they are. In
" next week's Adrertiser, we will furnish
our readers with census statistics Jn ile
is.il. Democratic Territorial Conyen-
'lOn- The Democratic Central Commit
tee met at Omaha on the 14th, and
resolved to call a Territorial Convention
to meet at Omaha oa the 15th of August.
The committee reccommend the Democ
racy of Nemaha and other counties to
:ieet in County Conventions on Saturday
, August 4th for ihe purpose of appointing
Delegates. Nemaha, according to the
cpportiDtment, is entitled to five Dele
i County Convention The Repub-
lican County Convention meets in thin
9 jlace, cn Saturday next.
Bagains at Martins D.J. Mak-
nn & Co., propose to close out their
stock of Summer goods at unprcte
dentedly low figures. We know they
have some of the best good? ever brought
to this upper country, and as they offer
them at cost, there are certainly bargains
to be had. Go see.
Cleanup fllC Street The Street
Commissioner, B. B. Thomhson, hasbeen
ordered by the Council to see that proper
ty holders on Main Street, comply with
the requirements of an ordinance provid
ing for keeping the streets dear of boxes,
wood, stone, and various other kinds of
TVTTCiVST n A TT"- tit W
JOHN W. MIDDLETON,
BROIVIVVILM, AT. T.
NO. 17, MAIN STREET,
Grlzzlcr Bear About A regular
Mountain Gnzzlv Bear was seen by sev
eral of our citizens last week, within a
mile of this city.
TTnn.rfp.rtnn.deil-dOO. Dmce at
11UJ v "
Summer's Saloon, old Bank Hall to-morrow
evening. ,4Go in."
Personal. Hon. S. G. Daily, spent
a day in our city last week. We were
glad to meet liim. Mr. D. has given
every evidence cf being an active, ener
getic, and useful Delegate. He intro
duced a bill providing for appropriations
izr the various parts of the Territory,
but failed to secure its passage owing to
v-ant of time. He did, however, secure
c n appropriation of $5000, with which
ti repair the Capital building at Omaha,
i jured by the storm some time ago.
lafd Up. The Steamer Omha we
ere informed,' will lay up for a few weeks
in order to undergo 5 w needed repairs.
Let it Down. J. C. Ducser, we no
tice has let down his stove and tin-ware
establishment a two story frame over
rune feet to meet the grade of Main
street. The work was done under the
supervision cf Henry Knepfer, with his
superior machinery for raising houses.
The building was lowered nine feet with
out varying fiom its original position an
Most Assuredly. W e have been ask
C J if we would admit into cur columns
political communications from those dif
faring with us in political matters? Most
criurtdly we will ; provided they are re
r '-ectf ul in tone, and not so lengihy as to
t: ke up all the space in our paper. Our
' patrons are of all political complexions,
tnc as ours is the only paper of the place
v c r$ of course disposed to give all a
t-iancwho desire to figure in
- ; Collector AugllSt. Ever punctual,
Godey is n hand, quite in advance of
is, a verv
"Scene in our sanctum, or a Teen Rtv
-lind the Curtain."
than poetry," "h.nd is a
Dog Ordlliace See the "Dog Law"
i our advertising columns. Look out,
5 "worthless curs," when your masters
il to provide you with a suitable neck
register your name, and fork out the
Teil PIUS- In connection with his
lliard Saloon, Evan Worthing, has
cently opened up a ten pin alley, where
1 lovers of that class of amusement can
" accommodated with 'strikes,' 'spares,'
Hope the officers of the Nemaha coun
ty Agricultural Society will not forget to
meet in this place on Saturday next.
IlOt WeatUCr . On Sunday, last, in
this place, the degree of neat, as indicat
ed by the Thermometer, was 104, in the
SEIGEL & GREENBAUM,
Announce that thej hare receive J and opened their
Hats Caps, and Boots & Slioes
Gentlemen's Under Wear,
Carpet Sacks, &e., &c.,
Their stock varies from the
Avery fine stock of
Gratif 1 for rast patronage they hope by future
attention to busine??, arid a determination to picase,
n style, quality and prices, to merit not only a con-
tant put increased patronage.
GIVE US A CALL.
Brewnville, April 12, ISol),
Samuel Callen. ) In iie District Court of Kemalia
vs. ; County, "ebaka Territory.
Fielding n. Jo'un . )
The mid defendant FieMins H. John of the State el
M is.-ouri will take notice that the f aid i.aintifT, Samuel
Cal!enof Nemaha County, Xebras-ka Territory, did, on
thellihdaycf July, 1SG0 file his petition in the said
win t apaint the taid defendant ettine ruth that the
said (JerenJar.t is indebted to the S'ud plaintiff in the sum
of $2S5, for work and labor performed and also for mon
ey expended for Faid defendant ty said p'aintifn also
that said defendant is indebtM to said plaintiffin the
additional guuiof $350 for a portion of the machinery of
a steam boat, the property of s.iid plaintiff at. d ty him
delivered to said defendant. Plainwffasks judgment for
said amounts, and has cau?.ed an order of attachment to
lemc agaiu.st the property of said defendant. And said
defendant is further notified that he is required to ap
pearand answer said petition on or before Monday the
27th day of August next.
E. IT. THOMAS, At'y for PlfT.
Brownvilje, July 11th, 1860. l-6t-$3
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Announce to their old c'wtomera and the Ci:i;:en of
Brownvil le and vicinity, tbat ttty have fittoii rr t nw
stand, with all the conTemtr.ee" tt at '--Wei nr.d geutle-mt-n
ran wish to make them cM-:i'r;"t'"- 7Uirna
ison First Street, between Main a l V.'a-er, where they
arc prepare to serve cu.tritrs with tho
Cliolcc:t Qualf ty of Hi cad,
Pound, Spcrge, Gold, silver, acd every
tied of Cake,
Bulltr and Eggs, Picnick crackers,
All kinds of Summer Beverages,
Confectionaries of the Best quality, &c, &c
Tonng ladies and pentlemen will do well to call and
get their fancy heart candy.
Parties, Families, and Fick-Xicka
Served on ihe Shortest Notice.
Cold Lunch at all Hours,
The Tanners of Nemaha and the adjoining counties
will do well topive us a call. We also invite the trav
elinc community to do the same. We will accommodate
them on the most reasonable terms.
Our motto is "small protts, Quirk sales, and keep the
money in the Ten itory,"as we ai c permanently located
in thiscounty of Xeraah.i, N'cbra-ka.
Our experience in eatwrinE to the tasts of the citizen!
of Brownviiie, warrant us iu the beiier mat we will be
able to pive entire satisfaction, aud that we will receive
a liberal patronage.
Brownviiie, Juue 1-3C0.
Brovnville, N. T.
W. C. COMFOET
AKIfOlsITCBS 19 his old ctvtoers, and the citi
zciis r and vicinit: , that he has resumed
business U l.. i;i ttand on F rt-t Street between Main
and Atlantic, h'uoio he is pr.'nared to serve customers
Of Bread, Sponge, round,
Gold, Silver, and every
kind cf Cake.
Soda, Butter, Graham and
And various other Summer beverages.
Confections of all kinds
PARTIES, PIC-NICKS AND PRI
Served on ths shortest notice.
To Pike's Teak v. ill df well to rail at the Mammoth
Bakery and lay in theirS'ock beforcgoins on the plains.
All supplies will be sold by Retail or Wholesale.
My experience ia caterin.' to the taftesof the citizens
of Brownviiie, warrant me in hclievin; 1 will be able
to give entire satisfaction, and that I will receive a
liberal patronape. XT. c. COMFORT.
Brownviiie, June 1st, 1SC0, 47-yly
all kinds, for sale at this office.
ANNOUNCES that he bas just received
imiu ou i,uuiH, wunarre&n stock, and has
uow uu uana. Drincmaiiv nf hia fium T,or,,
Fine Gents and Ladles Saddles,
Bugrsry and Wagon Harness,
Of Every Style,
PIKE'S PEAK WHIP LASHES,
A good supply always kept on hand.
Work Manufactured to Order.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOTJBSELVES.
Brownviiie, April 19, 1360.
CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE.
Good Shoes at from 75 cents to Three Dol
lars per Pair.
Good Boots at From $1,50 to $G
JP er .Fair.-
ITaving just returned wltn new stock of
I invite the attenticti of my old customers and the
pnrchasinp public. I have never before heen able to
offer sueh bargains ad at present, m either variety style.
quality and prices.
XOT FAIL TO STOP
BRVWNVILLE SHOE STORE.
AVILLIAil T. DDN.
Brownviiie. jlpril, C6, I?60.
Fifty Thousand Copies Already Sold.
COOSELLOll IX BrSIXESS,
BY FRANK CROSBY.
OF THE PHILADELPHIA BAR.
IT TELLS TOU now to draw up Partnership Papers
and five, general furms for Agree
ments of all kinds, Bills of Sale, and
Lejse and Petitions.
IT TKLLS TOU How to draw up Bands and Mort?aees,
Affidavits, Powers of Attorney, Notes
and Bilis of Exchange, Receipts and
IT TELLS TOC Tho laws for the collection of debts with
the statutes of Limitation and amount
end kind of property exempt from
execution in every State.
ITTELLsTOU now to make an asbignnient propetly,
with forms for Composition with cred
itors, and the insolvent U" evrT
IT TELLS TOU The leal relation existiHK between
Guardian and Vara, Jiasier and Ap
prentice. Landlord and Tenant.
IT TELLS TOU TThaiecustitutes Libel and Slander, and
the li fcft to marriage Dower, the
- " "W'lff'a right in prowerty, Divorce and
IT TELLS TOUThe Law tor. fechanicn Liens in every
Statrv. and the Naturalization Laws
of this country, and how to comply
with the siuie.
in ELLS TOU The Law Concerning: Pensions md how
to obtain one, and the pre-emption
Laws to Public Lands.
IT TELLS TOU The Law for Patents, with mode of pro
cedure in obtaining one, with Inter
ference, Assignments and Table 01
IT TELLS TOU How to make your will, and how to ad
minister on an Estate, with the iaw
and the requirements thereof In every
IT TELLS TOU The meaning of Law term in general
use, and explains to you the Legisla
tive Executive and Judicial Powers of
both the General and State Govern
ments. IT TELLS TOU How to keep out of Law. by showing
how to do your business legally, thus
savining a vast amount of property,
aud vexatious litigaiion by its time
Sir;le copies will be sent ty mail, postage paid to ev
ery Parmer, every Methanie, every Man of Business,
and everj body in every State, on receipt of $1,00 or in
aw style or binriinc at $1.25.
1,000 Dollars a Year.
Can be made by enterprising men everywhere, in sel
ling the above work, as our inducements to all 6uch are
For single copies of the Bk, or for terms to agents,
with other information, appiy to or adiress,
JOHN E. POOTTER. Publisher,
No 617 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa
Dillon, Thompson &. Co.)
Thomas P. Haywood. J
Notice is hereby given that hy virtue of an exe
cution issued from the office of tho Clerk of the
District Court for Nemaha County, jNebriska Terri
tory, against T. P. IlaywSod fcnd infavorof Dillon,
Thompson & Co., for the sum of ixty-nino' dollars
and twenty-seven cents; I.J. B. Wells, SherifT of
said Neninha County, Ncrhaska. have levied upon,
and will sell at public auction, fiom tho door of the
house where the last term of tho said court was
held, at Brownviiie in said county, on Monday,
the 23rd day of July, A D 1SC0. to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, tho following dejcribep
property, to wit: the northwest quarter of section
24, township 5, range 15, containing 100 acres, with
all the appurtenances thoreunto attached, as the
propnrty of said Thomas P. Hay wood, in satisfaction
of said execution.
J. B. WELT.S,
SherifFof Nemaha Connty, N. T.,
By Ben. B. Thomson. Dep y.
Brownviiie, June 14th, 1330. 49-Gt-J7 50
' SHERIFF'S SALE.
Ti. W. Furnas y
R.J. Whitney and I
J.W. Coleman. J
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an ex
ecution issued from tho oCice cf the Clerk of the
District Court of Nemaha countv. Nebraska Terri
tory, against R W Furras, R J Whitney and J W
Coleman, and in favor of Heath Nuckolls for the
puiu of four hundred and thirtv-five dollars and
thirty cents; I, J B Wells, Sheriff of Nemaha Co.,
Nebraska Territory, have levied upon and from the
door of the house where the Inst term of court was
held in Brownviiie, in sid county, on Monday the
23d day of July, A D 13f0, at ono o'clock, P M, I
will sell at public sale to the highest biddar, fcr cash
in hand, the following described real-estate, to wit:
tho part of thoN. East quarter of section 23 town
ship 5 range 15 containing one hundred and thirty
two acres, with all the improvements thereon.as the
propcrtv of It. J. Whitney, In satisfaction of said
execution. J. B. WELLS,
Sheriff of Nemaha Co., N. T.
Brownviiie, June 14th, IStiO. 49-0t-$l 0.50.
I have left a power of attorney with William n.
Hoover, Esq., authorizing him to attend to my busi
ness affairs during my absence.- S. L. SWAN,
Crownville. April, 26th 1800.
Which is the oldest, most extensive and reliable
Merchantile House in the Upper Country ?
Where ire the test bargains to be had in the pur
chase of ail kinds cf goods?
W T l1! w'"
JOHN A. PONN,
From his Old Stand oa the Levee to
WHITNEY'S NEW BLOCK,
BROWKVILE lY. T.
Where he has opened up a
STAPJLE ATiD FAXCY
A Large Stock of Choice Family
1860. FRESH I860.
BOOTS & SHOES
Por Tlio TVTillioxx.
Who soils goods at the lowest Agar t
Who outfits Pike's Peakers witli hit and verv-
thing they want at prices equal at least, with Saint
Louis and St. Joseph?
THEODORE E I L L .
THEY ARE OF EVERY GRADE,
And Made of Good Stock,
Who keeps the choicest quality of goods ?
Where are the latest styles and finest qualities of
t ancy Uood3 to be found 7
Who pays the highest market price for all kinds of
Who does the exclusive Commission Business in the
City of Brownviiie?
And a fine assortment of
A well selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
St CL ci 1 37-
Boots and Shoes.
iVc Have Just Received Our
SPRING AND SUMMER
Hat juit rcceiTM
Who wholesales goods to the back country on the
Who purchases and ships more country produce than
any one'else in the uj pot country T
Who keeos constantly on hand and forsale the Iarg-
est ana best aasoiinjeni 01 uaraware. 1
Where do the Ladies find the best assortment of the
latest style Hoops?
people go to find a complete stock of
lioots, bhoes, Ilats and (. aps 1
n u a ca
Where will von find all kinds of i'aaed Fru g,
Oysters, Bottled Liquors of the choice;' traads, oi;?
AT THE. BEX'
Where will those going to the Gold Min s 8rid a
t)ly of Picks, Axes, Shovels, Sluico fork'. Ox Vo;
Bow, Chains, Biicon, Beans, Sugar Gunpow.
Rocker?, Coffee, and everything they - f it ?
AT THEODORE HliL'S
Where will Farmers go to purchase Flows, 0. .11
Wheat. Corn, Oats Rye, Barley, Potat I ean3 1 ; ..
ter, Eggs, de.
If Farmers wish to ship thfir produ: liemsg.
where do they go ?
If you wish to deal with aceommodaf t ig nd p i0
GC TO THEODORE ULL
I Jl J fcilun I VI iiic .J puv uu bite jfuvfiv
1 of Boownville and vicinity en3Dies mm to manejudici
on? purcnases expressly lor mis inarKei. lie bsks an
examination of Lis Stock, feeiinsr assured Lewill be
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
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rTAicA 5 Ac Largest and most Complete
Stock ever offered in ihe West, and
which we will sell ct prices to
To give us a Call
They can all be suited
in everything they desire from
From a 10c Lawn To a 2 00 p yard
Fancy Silk Dress Pattern.
We can Fit Gents in Suits from $5 to 650
Utah and California,
CAX te supplied with Ontflts at Unprecedented Low
Prices. We do not desire to humbug any one, but state
um we win prove to an givicg us a call.
No Charge for pricing and shoeing Goods
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Cutlery and Queensware,
A Larga Assortment of
THE I3EST SELECTED
And, perteps, tie
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever brought alsovo St.. Joseph,
Which he Is epeninj oct ia the " .
Splendid LTcw Building,
(.crncr of Main and First Streets,
Eis itock cccsists of the rollowjnst rtlc:ce, which he
will sell cheap for csh:
Pure White Lead, Castor Oil.
French Zinck, Ccd Liver. Oil,
China Zinck, Sweet Oil,
Pied Lead, Putty,
Venitian Red, Glue,
Raw and b't timber, " F'igi,"
Chalk, Linseed Oil,
Cough Candy, Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish Costile Sop,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Scap,
Tooth brushes, Litherage,
Patent medicines, Let.paper
V"hite Varnirh, Ink,
Also, a Splendid Assortment of
jE o j?-ul mn. cries;
Comprising Lrtn's Eatharion,. Cologne, ramtnade,
genuine ox marrow, tear Kreee, tnd oils, mask tml
escences of all kinds, of tho Caest quality.
Foolscp rarer, f ir.cy letter paper, p'.lt eiget citei,
and envelopes, plain, faiicy, anu elioucd, pens peccila
and pen-holders, iakj cf all kinds, ickstaLii, wafi;-e
Holland Gin, Irish TThl'ky, Botirhcn TThislrr, Glcfsr
Brandy. Cordial, Port Wine, Madeira, Wine, White wise
and Malaga Wine.
3Tr. STann belnjan experienced practical Urctrlst.tli
patrons mey rest assured that all medicine prccar4
from him are genuine without fearcf mUtaiei.
rjrnysician's Prescriptions attended to at alihoor
both by day and night.
Browrrill. Mr 24. ISO) ir.
Kotice is hereby eiven to all Darsons interpsfPii tht
Esther Beirbline has been appointed administratrix cf
tbe estate of John Beishline, late of Pawnee County.
T., deceased. All persons havinc claims asrainst tbe
said estate are notified to present tbem to tbo Probate
Court of saidCnuaty, on or before the 14th day cf May,
1S60, or they will be forever barred from recovering
such claim in any action whatever. II. G. LORE,
12wno32F$7 Probate Judge.
In short : For anything to eat, drin' or west
tot s? t? v?
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
BroirnTille, N; T., ApriMS, I860' " ly
I "WILL sell to the highest bidder for ensh in hand
in the City of Brownviiie, before the door of the
hcuse in which the last term of the District Court
was held, on the 21st day of J uly, 1 between tho
hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P 31. of said day, two large
Bcilcrs, Engines and all tbe Machinery that belongs
to the Steara Ferry boat called the Peru Ferry Beat.
A great bargain ean be had by those wishing tn.pur
ch.vo machinery. JESSEE J0I1X.
Brownviiie, June 25th, '60. 51-3t
THK undersigned has 8.0C0 acres of Choice Lands lo
cated in tUis Territory, ?hich be will sell
Cheap for Casli or on Time.
For further information apply to my office on Main
Stree, of this place. n. M. ATEIXSON.
Best Qualities of
Tocether with a great variety of articles to tedious to
mention. Our motto is:
"Small Profits and Quid: Returns."
Conio Ono ! Como .11 1 1
You may rest assured you'll not be dis
Needed or Desired
Can be had at cur Store, end on terms as
favorable as these of any other
House in ihe West.
All Kinds cf
Will be taken In exchange at current i rices.
Wc Do a Cash, or Exchange for
Produce Trade, and are Deter
mined thereby to Civc our Cus
What Everybody. jcl.
THE PAZilLY DOOTOIl
Simple Remedies, Easily ov,tnln
l'or the Cure of Disease In
PROF. HENRY S. TAYLOR, M. D.
D. J. MARTIN & CO.,
tile. April 19. i860. 42-4y
IT TELLS TOU How to attend npon the sick, aal hoT ii
cw.k for them how to prepare drtnki
poultices &c, and also hew to guard
asainst the infection from cjatagiouj
IT TELLS TOU Of the variocs diseases cf Children, and
gives the best and simplest mode of
treatment during Uetams, convul
sions, Vaccination, Wb-ioping-cough,
IT TELLS TOU The (symptoms of Croup, Cholera Infan
tum, Cholic, Diarrhea. ffurm ncalled '
ITeid, Klngworm, Ccitken-;,x, &.,
and gives you the best remeCies for
IT TELLL A0U The symptom of Fever and Ajue, and
J3iliui Te!!ow, Typhus, Scarlet and
otter Fevers, ahdsive you the lest
simplest remedies for their o'i-e.
ITTELLSTOU The symptoms i,t lLfln?r.7a. Cor.rmp
tion Dyspepsia, Asthma, Propsey, the
Gout, BhcumatiBin. Ln.baso, Ery
sipe!.4', &.C., ar.d pivrsyou the test
Kerueilies for thu'ir cure.
ITTELLSTOU The symptoms cf Cholera Xit-Z3, ifa-
liftnjnt cholera, Small-P.ix Dysentery
Cramp, Diseases cf the Bladder, and
of the fcidnpysar.d Liver, and thehest
remedies for their cure.
IT TELL3 TOU The symptoms of the J!umr, Neral-
Kia. Ap plesr, Farslysis, the variona
Disea-cs of th throat, tpeth, ear and
eye, and the bet icindies for the;r ,
IT TELLS TOU The symptoms of Epilepsy Janndlce the
Piles Rupture Diseases of the Heart,
Kemorrhase, Venpreil Diseases and
Hydrophobia, and gives tho teat rel
edi?s for their cure.
ITTELLSTOU The le-t and simplest treatment foi
wounds, broken b .nes and d;! ocations
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WnEHEAS, Jo?epli ?hitiz, hn leen nppiated
Heneral Administrator of tho Efat9 cf Goorji
ErglcbarfU. dece2.ecl,!ate of Xemih.i County, notice
is hereby given that I bave nppointcl Saturday.
September tho loth. lJ'O. ns the day for herrinj
claims ainstsaij Estate; all personi havingclaims
against said estate are hereby no ified to have them
on file on or before that day cr they may fjrever be
debnrred from recoverir such claims.
(Jivcn under my hand and cfUcial seal this 25th
day of June, A D, ISGO.
51-12tS'.3fer. Frcbate Jad;e.
NOTICE is hereby given that ilerdny tbe 23rd
day of July, a T, IS)0, is tlie time set fcr the final
settlement of the K.-tatc? cf John Beiaiine, late cf
Patrnci county, Xehraka Territory, dejesed, when
ar. l whcrfjall jrs. ins interested may appear -and
show cause, if nny. why the Recounts of Esther
S:ric!;!:r, Administratrix cf saii estate, sbouiJ not
Given under my hand thi.s 20th day cf June, ad,
II. G. LORK, Probate Jud.
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