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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1860)
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.THURSDAY MORNING, AUG.; 30, I860.
"'FOB DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
SAMUEL G. DAILY
. OF K EM AH A COUNTY.
; The Way the Money Goes.
Mr. Mortoa being a candidate before
the people, and his friends clai.-ning for
Lim "cjficial experience" we propose, from
lirn? to time, during the campaign, to ex
tminc his "public record." His pwMic
and official conduct, like that of every
other public man, must be cpeu for public
examination and scrutiny. In our course
. ,ti.r -If
in 11113 uiiiurr &ua.i t,u,miu; uuircn
trictly to the "question before the House.''
We held the private character of every
nan to be exclusively and sacredly his
own, with which no other, in political
affairs; has a riht to meddle, except,
p "reaps, in retaliative defence.
We shall first speak of J. Sterling
Morton in his connection with the Public
Printing; matter of this Territory.
Up to" the Session of our Legislature of
1S5S, Mr. Morton, both in a Legisla
tive capacity and as Editor, had been a
realocs ' advocate for the right of the
Legislature to select its own Public Prim
er, ani which it had always before done.
Secretary Cuming, it is true, once at
tempted to usurp control ; but was over-
ruled. iNo one denounced Mv. Uuming
louder and more bitterly than did this
same J. Sterling Morton, who was then
both a. member of the lower Houe of our
Legislature and Editor of the Nebraska
City tsews. At the Session of 1S5S Mr.
Morton holding, as he now does, ihe office
of Secretary of the Territory at the hands
of James. Buchanan, claimed the right,
by virtue cf his office, to control the
Public Printing. The Legislature as usual
elected Its printer, to whom Mr. Morton
refused to deliver the laws and journals
ordered by the Legislature to be printed.
He g'are, as a reason, I hat he ivpuIJ
let out ihe printing t: at his object was
.to economise the public funds, &c. To
printers in this Territory he never offered
era opportunity cf putting in a bid, but
. look the printing himself and had it executed-in
New York, where it could have
been done, and undoubtedly was done, at
rprT low flo-nrrsJ "Rnt frpn Au if- nrv.
pie of this' Territory gain anything by
this species of economizing ? Verily, no.
Morton charged and received from the
general government the highest rates
known, amounting, in all, for the Session
. ci icvjo, io. -uio enormous sum cr seven
j i "in r ? 7 i j". a . i i
j.iutana inrec nunarea ana jony-six aoi
lars 'and fort yhinc cents.
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up from hearsay, as one might be able to
"rtrh iVtpm "hnt r riKtnirtPfT frnm lha
papers on .file in the proper Department
at" Washington, over the certificate aod
official seal of "J. Sterling Morton, Sec
retary of Nebraska." We itemize as
they appear on the Books. Look at them.
Till T. C ttberUon for Inriiien'.al
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our wants and necessities. As Delegate
he will represent only the material wants
and itmmuiate necessities" of the people
of Nebraska. AND THIS HE WILL
DO REGARDLESS OF THE EF
FECT IT MAY HAVE UPON NA
TIONAL puli rrcs on i olitical
And so, Mr. Mottoa has repudiated
the party which put him in nottiinaiian
atid is new running irrespective of party.'
That's cool! decidedly cool! vs, frigid !
How do those who are honestly" contend
ing lor the supremacy of Democracy in
this Territory like such a standard bear
er ? The fact is, not even his own par
ty know where to find him. Rumor says
and we would not be at all surprized
if the "old dame" told the truth that
"Mort" has, in order to secure the votes
of "Sore head" Republicans, actually
promised to turn Lincoln man, if Lincoln
should succeed. Of course, in such an
event, "someboJy'il git hurt ;" either
the "sore he ads," or his own party ;
which it will be. will dt pend upon his
interests! "Passengers are positively
forbidden to stand upon the platform when
the cars are in motiou."
tricr in anJ wIch oat,
Jjfavinjj all who fee in doubt,
Whether tho i-uake tint rnudo the track
IVas g'ling outl r coming back."
Piiatias $ 32 50
' . " 40 v0
1S5 35 $:53 C5
$ GO 63
Uio 00 $1005 53
$33 00 $33 00
$G6 66 $G6 66
$21 75 $27
Ttms. .Morton '. "
' AcrsstusRer " ' " "
"'J. W. Pj,Uion " " " "
Robertson' & MORTON for
ptknllng Uwi tt Journals, $3174 FO
.. " ' 1134 75
" " " 1635 OS $5905 53
' TcUl ----- $7316 43
From the above, it will be seen that
Thos. Morton, who it is said was the
Morton known as Public Printer, received
the large sum of 833 00 cut of the
734G 49. But of this we care nothing,
nni propose to say nothing further. But
our point is this, that while J. Sterling
Morton,-Mr. Buchanan's Secretary, was
pretending to economize the government
. funds, there went into A is pocld not le.-s
And we .undertake to say, as a practical
printer, thst. the work which cost the
Territory $7,316 49 could have been
den?.' in .is Territory, for S4.C0O CO,
and the printer have cleared the handsome
profil of not less than $1000 CO: and
. thys, too, have been a saving, to the peo
ple of -Nebraska, of the snug little sum
cf S3.31G. 49. This we submit to the
voters of Nebraska as a sample of the
economy and "official experience' of J.
Sterling Morton, who is now asking the
rptes -.of t the people jf this Territory to
te nd him -as their Delegate to Congre.-s.
Next week ve w ill publish "an abstract
cf Disbursements on account of the Leg
islative' Assembly of the Territory of
Nebraska," from July 1st, 1S59 to Jan.
2Qih, 1SC0," in which there will appear
tewne' rich items cf Legislative expend
. ' " Beware or Counterfeits.
Witain.the past week, this portion of
the. Territory .hcs been flooded with a
little circular, printed at the JVeirs Office.
Nebraska City a paper owned by J.
' Sttklinc Mohto.n addressed to 7Ae
Ptdpit'" no name or date to the circular.
Thus deprived, of authenticity, reliabili
ty or credibility, it is sown broadcast
among the Voters. It commences as fol-
'"J: Sterling Morton is a candidate for
Delegate to Congress to represent the
pecple. IRRESPECTIVE OF PARTY,
pkdged to no locality, but will faithfully
represent all sections the entire Terri
tory. The platform of principles and
measures upon which he stands is as long
csi i;s br:'si as ibe Tcrritcrv. r.?A cs
Letter from Marshal Sloorc.
"Omaha, Aug. 22d, '00.
"Editors of Aetiraskian : I observe in
the Brownville JJdvertiser of the 16th
inst., published by It. V. Furnas, the ful
lowinir article headed, "Stocking the
Stockinc Tnr Cards. We learn that
the plans are already devised to re-act
the Buffalo county election frauds again
this fall. The same person who figured
in tho returns last year, took the census
in that region lately, and reported a pop
ulation of between two and three thousand
souls ! 'Things is a working V
From what source the sapient gentleman
obtained his information I am unable to de
termine. The cenu of the District re
ferred to was taken by Sterrit M. Curran,
Esq., and his returns to this office were
only made cn yesterday. The District
embracing the country between the Loup
Fork and O'Fallon's Bluff, as returned,
exhibits a population of nine hundred and
fori two", (b'42) uls;.a voting popula
tion of thr-e; hundred and seventy-seven
(377.) If the gent Ionian,, in publishing
the article aK.ve, sought through gross
fabrication to cnete capital for the sink
ing cause of Samuel G. Daily, I can ex-iU-e
the misrepresentation. But if as,
the article implies, the author intended to
create the impression that I selected Mr.
Curran to perform this duty with i"efei
ence to the suppression of alleged frauds
in the last election, he knowingly and
Whatever may have been the motive
prompting, I desire to say to Mr. Furnas
nnd others in this connection, that the
fact of my holding a Federal appoint
ment is no justification for their slaadrous
imputations, and upon a repetition, from
whatever source, the party will be made
responsible. W. E. Moore.
The paragraph which appeared in the
Advertiser, and to which Capt. Moore
directs attention, does not warrant him
or any other man in inditing such a letter
as the one above. He knows, or ought
to know, if from nothing else, than from
the amicable relations which have existed
uninterrupted for four yeast past between
him and ourse If, that we would not inten
tionally misrepresent him, or purposely
reflect upon his character, private, or
official. And that, further, should we
unconsciously be guilty of such an offence,
a becoming notification of the fact, or
even an intimation on his part that he
alone only, considered what we might have
said or done as such, we would have taken
pleasure in making the amende honorable.
Taking the little paragraph referred
to, and all circumstances into considera
tion: that there w;ere no names mention
ed ; no charge made against any particu
lar person or persons, we are compelled
to consider certain expressions: in fact.
the exhibition of irritability which runs
through the whole letter, as entirely un
called for, to say the very least.
If the intention be to elevate bristles
and come at us in a blustering ostenta
tious manner, with the hope or expecta
tion of frightinwg us into a recantation
for political effect, learn, now and forever,
that "ice are not the man you are looking
We are not disposed to pursue this
matter further at present. We have al
ways enJcrevored, and shall coutinue, to
be g ntleiuaniy a:)d courteous to all with
whom we have intercom?!, at least while
we rtceive similar treatment i' return.
If we have wronged cur old and esteemed
friend Capt. Moore or should we at any
time wiong anyone a proper notifica
tion or approach will, at all times, secure
from us the proper acknowledgments.
In regard to the "alleged Buffalo county
frauds," we have never privately or pub
licly made charges against any individual
When we do, if ever, patties niay rest
assured we will be able to sustain them
before any court of justice. Sufficient
evidence, however, is before us, to satisfy
us individually that there was "something
rotten in Denmark" somrvchcre. We will
refer to this matter acain.
T. W. Tipton.
We discover that Bro. Retnoles, of
the AVtrs is much troubled on account of
the fact that our felJow-townsman, T. W.
Tipton, will make Kepublican Speeches,
and that the Press will not defend Mr.
jT. against the abuse of the A tics; and
: that Mr. Daily persists in speaking of
Mrv T. without using the prefix "Rev
' ercud," JLs it is ri matter cf such infi-
nite importance with the News, that Mr.
Daily be accurate in all that pertains to
professional etiquette, we will say in vin
dication of the rights cf the latter, to se
lect among titles, that we, ourself. when
noticing Mr. Tipton as a lawyer, have
used the title oL "Esq " when speaking
of him as member of the Ohio L':iIa
luro, we used the pr-fix. "o.i.;" when
as a private citizen. ".1.," ai d when
we have announced him for a sermon
have written. 2n. T. W. -Tiptuji." Un
less, therefore, the j"ws will mi. on
mature deliberation, permit Mr. Daily
to use his discretion, we prrsum1 he will
still elect between discriptive adjectives
And now, for Mr. RcvxoLn's informa
tion, permit us to say, that a love for
Republican principles in the fullest ac
ceptation of the term Republican and
an active participation in Presidential
campaigns, has marked the course of our
friend Tipton since 1840. We have wit
nessed his untiring labors for much of
that time, on the stump, and as a member
of county and State Central Committees.
We have known him as a popular and
devoted advorate of temperance, and lec
ture, on subjects of literature, nd when,
five years ago' he addd to his field of
discussion, the topics of the pulpit, it only
deepen, d his conviction of the importance
of placimr Government on the loftiest l;a
sis of Christian Civilization, and vindi
cating man's inalienable rights with re
doubled zeal, and undying perseverance.
He holds that next to the Chureh, Gov
ernment tlaims the religious devotiou of
every lover of the Go.-pel, and hence, as
loug as the question of Africanizing
America is forced upon the people, no
earthly power can hush his voice, or bribe
In 1S56, he gave the following notice
from the pulpit in Milton, Ohio:
"Before dismissing the Congregation
I desire to say, that on yesterday. I de
livered a' speech at a Fremont meeting
in Tippecauoe against the extension of
Slavery into Free Territory ; and there
Lamed that a church member l ad ex
pressed aslonishtiH nt at such a ceurs on
the part of one, who preaches. Having
accepted an invitation from th people of
Milton, 'and intending to address them,
as soon as arrangements are made, and
desiring not to astonish any of this kind
congregation, by my arriral.T deem it
proper to' say, that while the slave pow
er of the South, is driving Conferences
from their places of meeting, dragging
ministers from the pulpit and, tarring
and feathering them; and shooting those
who remonstrate ; while my fellow iti
zensof Kansas are deprived the right of
speech and the press, driven from their
houses, and murdered on the highway's,
and while the President of the Union,
allows murderers, theives and assassins to
trail in the blood of iuuecence, the flag
cf my country, I am resolved as a free
citizen of Ohio, in the pulpit, if I choose,
an out of it, every where, and at all times
regardless of ft ar, aff ction and favor,
to denounce the treason and the traitors.
And although I am not indicted as a
felon for violating the spirit of the Kan
sas laws, and this pulpit i not invaded
by a lawless mob, ye-t, I owe the advo
cates of slavery extension nothing on
that score; for what they. ! in Kansas
to advance their unhalbmvd ends, they
would do in Ohio if tlu y had the power.
While the Justice nt Heav n i con
temned, and the Constitmi m of our coun
try violated, and the pracices and pre
cepts of the Fathers tramphd in the
dust, I will allow no man to question my
riht to exercise all the duties and priv
ileges of an American citizen.
"You may understand, th refore, while
I occupy this desk, it shall be a Free
Pulpit; I will be a Free Preacher, and
all my words Free Sp -ech. And if the
time should ever come- when 1 can no
longer serve you on this ha-is, t'ten may
you festoon the pulpit with chains, in
stall a slave in in my stead, and substi
tute for a Freu 'Bible the B.toks of Mor
mon or Koran of Mahommed."
Following this proclamation he took
the stump and dealt such blows as "ty
rants deserve and traitors fear." But
never did he in a single instance intro
duce the theme into a sermon.
And now we aver, that during the
present canvass, no just man of any creed
will have any just cause to complain on
the score of preaching politics. But on
week days we strongly suspect he will
"lash the rascals naked through the
Mr. T. is a lawyer, and can defend him
self, and we only say this much, because
an effort is made by the "only two papers
in Nebraska," to prejudic him before
the people have a chance to hear. After
he has made a tour of the Territory, a
sufficient reply wdl be "Vipers ye bite
a file !"
A Philadelphia correspondent of the N.
Y. 'World,' gives apparently an impar
tial review of the political parties of that
Douglas meetings are rare, for there is
no heart to gtfinto this contest, and every
gathering only tends to widen the Breach
made at Baltimore. Eminent " Douglas
men in this City, recognizing the idea
that Pennsylvania will decide the contest
and prompted by a cordial hatred of the
administrati iri party, boldly avow thnr in
tention to nfefvr Lincoln, rather than to
sufFVr the election to be thrown into the
Holism, and thus secure ihe election of
Gen. Joe Lane. Hickman has boldly
gone over to the Republican ranks; For
ney, some believe, will follow; and it is
pretty well established that Gen. Foster,
the Democratic candidate for Governor
of the State, is desirous of withdrawing
from the canvass.
Why will- life Breckinridge Democra
cy hereabouts those too. who know bet
ter, continue k assert that we have for
saken our Popular Sovereignty principles,
and become aukdvocate of Congression
al interference. If we were a candidate
before the pecple for any office- within
their gift, sottfe degree of allowance
might be male for practicing such
"scullduggery,"! but as we are not. we
cannot help regarding such course, on
the part of &omtjwho we are sure know
they are misrepresenting, as very illib
eral and even utgentlemanly. We here
repeat that we are now, as we have ever
been an -unwavering advocate of true pop
ular sovereignty ; practical popular sov
ereignty ; that which allows the people
of Nebraska "to form and regulate their
all their domestic affairs in their own
way." We act with the Republican par
ty for two particular rtasons:
1st. We repeat, that by its acts it has
shown itself the only party in the Ter
rifory, which practically sustains popular
2d. To act 'with the Democracy in Ne
braska, is to endorse the corrupt Admin
htiution of James Buchanan. There are
but two positions to choose between in this
T rritot y, with any hope of accon plishing
any goud, and that is Republican and Bu
chan Democracy. We choose the form-
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a e i c 0 r a ip I) i c .
liy the S.. Joer.h, Urnvi nvilleitriJ lMiverTolerfr.ipb,
ST HI BINS bINE,
OJice corner of Main and First Street
Hon. S G Dally in Brownrllle.
On Friday evening Ias.t. Hon. S. G.
Daily addressed a large and attentive
gathering of the people oi this place
and vicinity. We are pleased to say that
the good order, decorum and attention for
which our citizens are characteristic, pre
vailed. His presence in the city was heralded
by the firing of cannon, illumination and
Mr. Daily clearlyboldly and manful
ly discussed the points at issue in this ter
ritory, showing himself the friend of the
people and all the improvements they de
sire for the future benefit of the Terri
tory. He, as we had before said, and
thought he would do, denounced the Ne
braskian''s bogus "Craig Letter," where,
in it referred to the "influx of Irish emi
gration," as an unqualified falsehood.
Knowing, as we did that Mr. Daily
was himself of Irish desc ut, we were
quite sure he could never so di.-parage
bis own race, as to speak of them in the
terms shown in the aforesaid letter. His
effort here was a complete success.
On the Saturday evening following,
he addressed the citizens -of Nemaha
City, iu this County, where like, emhu
siasm prevail d.
Set Daily down for an increased major
ity in this county.
Won't Face the Music.
We predict that Morton will not can
vass the Territory with Daily, or, if he
does consent to do so, he will not discuss
the true, issues existing in Nebraska pol
itics. His warfare will be of a gurrilla
nature, as evidenced by the little irre
sponsible circular already in circulation
Such species of fighting is his peculiar
forte, and at which we frankly acknowl
edge he is a "whole team." So we
caution the people to keep constantly on
the "look out," for 'Roorbacks-"
" Ntw Yore, Aug. 30th.
' At a D.-iimcrauc Stan Convention h Id
in Connecticut, yesterday, rer-clutiotis
were passed endorsing the Baltimore and
Charhston platform, recommending the
same for adoption by 'the Democracy of
Connecticut and recognizing Dough and
Johnson as the regularly nominated can
didates of the National Democracy. An
effort was made to affiix a clause to one
of the resolutions instructing the D-le-gates
or Electors to vote fr some other
candidate than Douglas in order to defeat
L ncoln ; but this was rejected, yeas 152,
nays 220. There will probably be a
Breckinridge Convention called, and ano
ther ticket nominated.
James T. Brady accepts the nomination
of Governor, with the understanding that
he will withdraw in case of a union of
the D inocracy.
A man named Lawrence Weaver was
killed, yesterday, by falling from the roof
of a house.
Catharine Gordon, aged 17, who took
poison Mouday, died yesterday at the
J ud re Douglas arrived at Raliegh. N.
C, last evening. He received an en
thusiastic reception by ihe State Com
mittee at the St. Nicholas Hotel, who will
proceed to make arrangement for the
Presidential campaign, and to bring about
a fusion with the Breckinridge party.
MAIN STREET, BROWN VI LLE,' N. T.
Takes pleasure la annjuncing thit he hai njwon baud, a targe an.l e".ect tock of every art cle In hU line.
Of all the Improved piter ; viz : Plymocth R.-clt Charter O k. Vmr Fpe. E.cvated Oven. Ac,
On th 29'h int..!n the Brnwnvitle njn of this
city by Rev. A S. Biniwlv Sir. OLIVER HOLLAND
andMih Nancy Southland, both of RockportMo.
NOTlCii is berebj given that fh Annual Elec
tion for Ncmiha cuiity, Nebraska Terrifofj, will be
heM at tbe several voting .rrciict of said ccunfv
On tho 9tb d iy, being the 2nd Tuesday of thtb-r,
for tho iurjKso of electing ihe following officers, to
One Pcli'gfvt, to Cnngre." ;
One Councilman to tbe Trritorial Legislature ;
F..ur Representatives to Territorial L.'gi.-lature ;
One Coroner ;
One County Commiaiicner for Commiioners Dis
trict No. 3. T. W. BEDFJUD, Clerk.
It is said that ihe Empress Eugenie is
about to present the Emperor with a new
token of conjugal love.
A good name is more preciousthon gold
Repnblican Mcetln;; of Browmillc
Pursuant to a call the Rpublicans of
the London and Brownville Precincts
jointly held a convention in Brownville,
August 2oih, I860, to select Delegates to
the County Convention, to be held in
Brownville, on the Sth of September for
the purpose of nominating one candidate
for Councilman, four for representatives,
one for County Commissioner, and one
J. D. N.Thompson was chosen Chair
man and T. M. Talbott Secretary.
The delegates chosen, were D. II. El
lis, N. Terrell and R. V. Hughs., from
London: and W. H. Hoover, J. D. N.
Thompson, C. W. Wheeler, Dr. L. M.
Johnson, A. W. Matthews, and A. M.
Fergus, from Brownville.
The following resolutions were unanij
Resolved, That we recommend candi
dates to the County Convention, from the
L-mdon and Brownville precincts only,
and that we do this in no spirit of dicta
tion, but fully accord to the County Con
vention, the right to select from those re
commended or from any other of our fellow-citizens.
Resolved, That our motto shall be, uni
on, harmony, self-denial, everything for
the caosg, "nothing for men.
Resolved. That the Delegates are al
lowed to appoint their alternates in case
they cannot attend.
On motion IV. A. Polock, and T, R.
Fisher, were recommended to the Coun
ty Convention as candidates for repre
sentatives. On motion, the Secretary was reques
ted to furnish a copy of the proceedings
to each of the county papers for publi
cation. J. D. N. THOMPSON, Chm'n
Tuo's. M. Talbott, Sec'y.
fr rn r IT; ,lri r ,1 . ' I .Pt '
... t -jrit.it. uik A?iaip-mion
ihe9:h in sr., on a travelling tonr, in recuperation of
bis energies. rotr.ited by tho feeble condition of
his own health, and bis recnt domestic affliction. U
niiiy prob.-.bly exjend his viit a fr weit as Illinois.
alludes to tha
Lushbaugb & Curwon,
It. D. Sfrut and James V". Coleman.
NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of an
execution issued by tho Clerk of the District Court
of Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory against
It. H. Stout and Jxmiss V. Coleman and in favor
of Lushbaugb k Canon for the sum of one hun
dred and ixren dollars and thirty-three cents, I,
J. H. Wells. Sheriff of Nemaha County. Nebraska
Territory, have levied upon, and will offerfor sale,
nt public auction, at the door of the bouse in which
tbe last term of th District Court for Nemaha
fiwiRty, Krbr,!ki Territory. w l.eld in Brown
riMe.'in wiid county, on Saturday, tho 29th day
Ol Wpirlliwr rt. I, io'fu. v I'l.- oi-iiittk r. Ji ii
said diiv, and will "!!, to the highest bMiW f.rcsh
in band the following ;',e?criit'd propertv. to-wit
tbe north wes quarter of stcion thirty-two. town
flvj. n rth of Range sixteen, enst, except .hirty-ti
aros off of the wct side of the northwest quarter
of naid quarter section, with all the improvements
thereon, levied upon as the property of James W
Coleman and will be sold to satisfy said execution.
J. B. WELLS,
Sheriff of Nemnhacounty.
by B. B. THOMPSON, Deputy.
Brownville, Aug , 30, 1860. $750
Bx and Parlor Stove, or an en.lle w-tety- um of whi-h a e en-ic'y m rfe-icrH. viz: AccmMaed
Cxjk and Prlor et.jves r me hOm very imHultcl fvr snuil raan.ies
Coal and Lvrj't i Liip ; 3 a- Ctp1
art v etlon Ware; tn n , J;yret3. ic
I b ive procured therijrht to mannfac'nre a late simple and improved sclf-fealinj Frnit Can to which I call to
attention of the public. Allot wbich I pledge myelr to eel 1 at as fair rate and on as acouvj'UUns term a
any other establishment In tbi region of ihe country
I urn prepared to put tip cmtteiiu and spouting and all other work of my line at the shortest notice, and In a
workmanlike manner, which 1 warrant io give satisfaction.
I pledire myself not to be undersold in the upper country J- C. TEUSEB.
Brownville, August, 30 I860.
ca sJaJiTiVir Vrrl
50,000 l,S TFOOL WASTED.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Two Extensive Woolen Factories are in
ONE NEW AND FITTED UP
With all the Latest Fine Improvements
We ro pre tared to manufacture to-order, and
nave i r sine tne if.ii win? tittod:
Satinets. Heavy and Lightr
JEJ1X$ TWEEDS, FLJjYjYELS
WHITE", COLORED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
31 Insoy s,
1 uiica Iinseys, Colored White
and Mixed, 11-2 Yards wide.
Blankets of ali Kinds and all Qualities,
YARNS OF ALL SIZES AND COLORS,
Warranted all Goods of the best material.
ISfWe wi'.l exchange the above Goods for Wool
or ca.-n .
Fancy Cylns to Order.
Wc will piw cash for any amount of Wool, at
Flour cor ttly on hand for sale. Tbe best price
pn.oi it wnenr.
N. BUEL A SON. BUELL & DLtON.
August. 25. 1860.
The citizens of Brownville, rtni others ifiterestcd
are hereby informed that I have made arrangements
v.. cvj.iug t"ii!L&iii supply oi tne
Best quality or Flour
Where it can be purchased by those wishing
n .., , J. G. MELVIN.
BrovrnTiIle, August, 23, 1850.
Now Is The Accepted Time!
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE!
TIIiS FARM is situated in Nemaha County, near
the southern bonndary ; within four miles of San
truncl-co as good a point for shipping as there is
in the county good roads from it to every portion
of tho county: litsin the fork of the roads from Sa
lem to Nebraska City and from San Francisco to
Table Rock. Big Blue and Pike's Peak: good water
but no timber upon it. - The country around it
ocing rapidly settled up, its ucarness to a shipping
point, tbe exsellent roads in every direct ion, the good
watrnportit,its proximity .to tho best body of tim
ber in the county, and tbe richness of the soil ir. that
section of couutry, combine to make this a cbauce
for investment, such as is rarely met with by bdcu
Utor or actual. r
For particulars call on the subscriber at h aj..
titer office. J f. rnMiiin?
Urownville, Aug. 2d, 1850.
OR S1.2ilTXrBT t t
Main, Between h & 2d Stfs
13HOWNVI,LLy N. T. 9
For terms, apply at this office or to
A. 8. HOI.LADAT.
The LouisviUo J,Jarnil t bus
Session party ia Kentucky:
J Jl ran-ey-Dreckinrlrijje craft have tot a 15 COO pound
sh.tbetwennin.land wfCr. All the pumps in the
worW couldn't keep hernfloat. ,
II-n. G. W. Lina kin-iram ofLanoth3 Sjq
tor candidate for Vico President is nnalern.it.n rnr
the HunUvillo Ala.jdistrict cn tho Ball and Evorot , bo4"i, S a? 3oma Pr5ce ia Prctico to
nc set. unuirext fiTiBtf.
D. J. MARTIN, 4 Cc.
AT LESS THAN COST! !
. will sell our stock of
Ladies? Sammcr Dress Goods.
ujnuemen s bummer Goods
Bonnets, Straw Hats.' &c.,
Itxchan-s lor caah, Wh, Flour. SbetleaCorn
v4 Laeoa. D J. MARTIN & Co.
iHi'Tl" .0m9 ac'J nS AS wo aro determined to
W'M ' rinnn r
CHOICE 1BOTTJLE1D) ILSUOHtlS,
Old Bourbon. '
" Gia Cock Tail,
Saddle Bag Whisky,
a n ca y
W E E Y
Shin Bji'.. ii
Come and see and Secure .Barffains.
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