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By the Si. Joseph, Brow uvilie and l).-r,vcr Telegraph
Ojfce corner of Main and rt St rat.
S. G DILY
TERRIBLE DISASTER ! !
Loss of the Steamer LrJy Efeia ,
J. "S. MORTON
The two CanJMates for
-v, ni address tie ieo:
ha coaniy ' "
"vO.VD.fr, SEPTEMBER 17 TO
At 3 o'clock !
Letihe people of Nemaha County bear
rated that this is the oaly opportunity
f y will have of seeing and heann- the
.-.tending candidates, before the election,
verybody ccme and hear for yourselves.
They will also tpcak at Tecumseh on
e lSth; Rulo, iLc.SOtli; Salem, the
hi; Pawnee City, the 22d ; Talle
ock, the 24th; Beatrice, the 25ih ; and
ustin the 2Grh of September.
OVEPw SOO LIVES LOST!
SETT YORK rolITICSI
Inauguration of the Perry Statue !
National Fair at Cincinnati.
WALKER'S EXPEDITION !
Prince cf Wales!
Potter s Ware-Mr- E. L. Grubb,
Nemaha City, has left at our office e pec-
cf potters ware manufactured in
They are of excellent quai-
that the clay hereabouts
imirablv adapted for sucii purposes.
Xe understand Mr. Grubb is making
.rrangfments to supply this market.
Hope he may succeed.
" Good as Old iviieal In the Mill.
Worthing of the City Saloon has fitted
up an extensive eating department, where
the hungry can find solid comfort in the
thape of .Lara and egs, game, fowl, pork
and beans, pigs feet, tripe, coffee, ect. ect.
We speak from the book when we say the
arangement "jist sutes." Wonder what
Worthing anJ the Judge win gei up
Daiiy Rocky Mountain News.
The enterprising publishers of the Rocky
Mountain Xtus, Denver City, are now
issuing a large, handsome, well-filled
daily paper! Success to tLe enterprise.
The ueekly .Ycim is a perfect record of
mining events, and no one hereabouts, or
in the States, wishing to keep accurately
posted, should be without it.
The. Southwestern Iorcalan-is
the name of a new paper we find upon
our table, hailing from Sidney, Iowa ; our
old friend Capt. J. W. Pattison, Editor
Mr. Pattison is an experienced and spirit
ed writer, and will make the Sidney folks
an excellent paper, and we hope he may
be liberally patronized.
Donaphan County Dispatch is
the name of another new paper before us ;
published at Troy, Kansas, by J. W.
Uigoers, Esq., formerly of the Iowa
Point Dispatch. We hope friend Rig
gers will meet with better success in the
future, than in the past in the newspaper
NCW Rail CaniC Somebody intro
duced a new game with ten pin balls at
Worthing's Saloon the other night:
"cleaned the alley" of all the balls; in
other words, . feloncouoly abstracted the
balls and "skedadled" with them. That's
the biggest 'run' ever made on the alley.
The Judge says he'll knock the "centre
pin" out of the fellow if he ever lays eyes
The Ladles Repository For Sep
tember, we have received. A very in
teresting number. It contains an admi
rable stool plate likeness of Rev. P. R.
Willeh, late President of the Female
Evans Great. Girt Book Storc-
Thc now popular enterprise of Gro. G.
Evans, the great Gift Rook Store man
cf Philadelphia, was commenced in 1S5-1,
and while most of his competitors have
been-overthrown he has been enabled to
hold his own, and largely increase and
extend his business. Since he commenc
ed, he has sold over 62,000,000 of Ame
rican and English Uooks and distributed
at least half that amount in gifts. Per
sons desiring any book whatever, r.o mat
ter where or by whom published, is sup
plied with it at the usual retail price
also, receiving a gift varying in vahie
by of G. G. Evass, 439, Chestnut Street,
The Business Growth or St- Joseph
Among one of the most ftrikirj features of the
rising city of St. Joseph, is the extensive Iron Tand
Heavy Hardware Establishment of Mr. D. A. Con
stable, on Third street. This house is conducted
on a much larger scale than any other establishment
of the kind in that city. His stock embraces an im
mense assortmant of Iron, Files. Ac., and also all
kind of woodwork for Ttagons and Hows, and, in
fact, everything tnat 8 required by Blacksmiths
and Wagon Makers generally.
. Hr. C. purchases Lis goods directs from the Amer
ican and English, mmufator'es, and offers them to
He trade at Chicago and St. Louis wholesale prices.
Merchants, Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers, who
intend laying in stocks this Fall, woulddo well to
call at Mr. Constable s aud examino his stock and
prrces, before going easC.
Mr. Constable is a thorough business mn, polito
and gentlemanly in his manner, and we can gaur
afltee thai any parties favoring him with a call
y-? "-; --iissija. satisfaction.
... ' Chicags, Sept. 8..
The steamer Lady Elgin, of the Lake
Superior Line.whicn lett here last nignt,
was run into about 2 o'clock this morning
off Waukeegan, by the Schooner Augus
ta, striking her abaft the wheel-house.
The steamer sunk in twenty minutes in
300 feet of water. Only seventeen per
sons are known to be saved, including the
clerk, steward and porter. From 600 to
R-n rrsnn nro said to have been on
board, among whom were the Black
Yagers, Green Yagers and Rifle, and
several fire companies cf Milwaukee, who
were on a visit to this city. Col. Lums
don, of the New Orleans Picayune, and
family were also on board, and are sup
posed to be lost. At the time of the ac
cident the schooner was sailing at the rate
of eleven miles an hour. The steam tug
McQueen left this morning, for the scene
of the disaster, and on lier return we
will have further particulars. -
. September 9.
In regard to the Lady Elgin no accu
rate list or number of persons on board
can be given, but the following estimate
is nearly correct :
Excursion party, SOO ; regular passen
gers, 50; steamers crew, 35. Of these
but 9S were saved.
. September 12.
The crew of the schooner are being
examined to-dav. 50 . bodies have been
recovered most of whom. resided at Mil
waukee. Habkisbubg, Sept." 7. j
Mr. Douglas arrived here on the noon
train. There was a large crowd at the
depot." The Harrisburg Rifles met" him
at York as an escort, f he reception was
quite impressive. He was received by a
committee and escorted to his quarters at
the Rutler Hotel. An address of welcome
was delivered by Gen. Rounfer, to which
the Judge briefly replied.
Cape Racx, Sept. 7.
The City of Washington, from Liver
pool on the 20th, via Queenstbwn on the
30th, passed the Point to-day.
It was reported at Pans on the 2Sth
that the King of Naples had quitted there
on board the frigate Stromolice. As the
Piedmontes occupy the forts this needs
Disturbances at Naples were imminent.
Appeals to the people to revolt. were be
ing publicly distributed.
Napoleon s Minister of War and Gen.
Bascoe had lefi Naples for Calabria with
battalions and reinforcements.
New York, Sept. 8.
The nominations between the Breckin
ridge and Douglas Committee yesterday
amounted to nothing : the former claims
ten names on the electeral ticket and the
latter offered six. They are to meet again
to-day. .: :
The screw steamer Africa sailed to
day for Liverpool, with $35,000 in specie
520,000 in bank bills.
Cleveland, Sept. 10.
The Inauguration of the Perry Statue
took place to-day. The weather is clear
and cool, and the attendance is extreme
ly large. Masons, Sdd-Fellows and Mi
litary are in full attendance. ' Several
companies of Ohio Volunteer Militia,
under Rrigadier General Fitch., with many
companies from Pennsylvania, Michigan
and New York encamped at Camp Peiry.
They join in the ceremonies. 250 passenger-cars
arrived this morning in addi
tion to the previous arrivals, and this is
probably the largest gathering ever in
Ohio. The ceremony opened with pray
er by Rev. G. D. Perry, Natch ex, Miss.,
cousin of Com. Perry. The Statue was
then inaugurated by Walcott, artist, and
recorded in behalf of the city by. Mayor
Seutor, in a brief speech. Mr. Bancroft
then delivered the oration which was a
splendid effort. Everything passed off
' September 12. "
The schooner Vermont, with a cargo of
wheat and corn, struck the pier last night
and sunk just inside. No lives were lost.
Cincinnati, Sept. 10.
The grounds fitted up fcr the Eighth
Exhibition of United States Agricultural
Society are ready, and numerous entries
are coming in from distant States as well
as Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. There
is every prospect of an exhibition superior
to any yet witnessed in this country. The
premiums exceed $20,000 with several
citizens premiums. The Fair opens on
12th and continues to the 20th.
advices his force ivas reduced to twenty
five men by the continued attacks of his
enemies Walker himself was severely
wounded in the face.
Several of his followers were placed
on board the man-of-war at Truxiiio.
He had lost a Colonel when the Osceola
j wa3 leaving Truxiiio.
j Alvarez was entering the town with
1 200 men. "
i The Stuntevcit had arrived at Ilav
C2 ! from Vera Crtu, on the 3rd. - - ;
1 Miramon was at the Capitol concen
trating his forces.
The Liberals-were rapidly . advamutvj
on the Capitol. -;' ."
The Jaurcz Government had declared
the I -arquc Maria Conception lo be u
' ; Toronto,' U. Sept. 10. '
The Prince of Wales went to Colling
wood cn Monday by the Northern rail
road. Crowds gathered at every station,
and the Prince went on an open platform
to let tue people see him. Arches had
been erected at several places alonr the
line, anu numerous addresses were pre
sented at Collmgwood. - The party went
lor a cruise on lied liiver.
-The royal -party left at II o'clock by
cars lor -London. -
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Pobtland, Me.,' Sept. 10.
The election for State officers a&d mem
bers of Congress, in Maine, took place
to-day. The vote is probably the largest
ever yet cast in the State, Scattering re
turns, including several of the large cities
and towns; show Republican rains and
indicate the election of the full Repubh
can ticket by large majorities. Twenty
towns heard from early in the evening
give V ashburn, Republican, for Gover
nor, 2,676 majority. - ; - ;
September 12. '
Over 200 towns heard from give Wash
burn, Rep., 4S.147, Smart, Dem., 35,026,
BarnCs, Whig, 1,210; being a majority
for Washburn over all of 11, SSI, and over
Smart, 13,121. ,
Boston, Sept. 12.
Geo. W Loring", of Salem,' presides
over the Breckinridge Convention in ses
sion to-dav in this city. The Convention
is quite fully attended"."
Worcester, Mass., Sept. 12.
ine lien ana Everett L-onvcntion is
presided over by Hon. R. Baker, of
Northampton. The hall is . filled with
delegates. s l-
Springfield, Mass., Sept. 12.
The Douglas Convention, which is very
largely attended, chose. Oliver Strong, of
Boston, for President.
.New Haven, Mass., Septv12.
The Breckinridge Convention was or
ganized this morning, by choice of Hon.
R. J. Injrersall president, who made a
engthy speech. The Convention then
adjourned for dinner. The Convention
resumed at 1 30, and nominated for elec
tors at large Ralph J. Ingersall and T.
II. Seymour, with instruction? to vote for
Breckinridge if it can elect, if not, for
any National man who can defeat Lin
coln; also, inviting, co-operation of other
organizations. The Convention comprise
the principal mer of the party. Guns
are being fired in the public square."
Omaha, N. T., Sept. 10.
The Western Stage Company having
contracted for the U. S. Mail to and from
Denver via Omaha, Mr. Hooker, the
Gen'l Ag't, started west this morning to
stock the road and make the necessary
arrangements for three mails per vveek,
which will probably be effected by No
vember 1st; until which time they will
run a weekly mail. The first through
mail left here this morning.
The joint, debate between Morton and
Daily, the Democrat and Republicau can
dilate for Delegate in Congress, com
menced here to-day ; they are to speak
at the principal points throughout the
Territory. Mr. Morton Lad the decided
advantages of Mr. Daily to-day, and the
democrats are jubilant and confident of
success. - - DEMOCRATS.
The subscriber wishes to announce to the public,
that ho U prepared to winter one to two hundred
head of cattle, and would respectfully request those
desiring cattle kept the coining winter, to address
him at'Brownvillt, Nebraska. II. O. MINICK.
Brownville, Aug. 15th. ISrtO. 4t- "
50,000 YfOOI, WASTED.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Two Extensive Woolen' Factories are in
ONE NEW AND FITTED UP
With all the Latest Fine hnprovevienis.
We are prepared to, manufacture to order, and
hare for sale the following Goods:
Satinets, Heavy and Light,
JEM'S TWEEDS, FLAXXELS
WHITE, COLORED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
Jj X xx e o y & .
Fulled Hnscjs, Colored White
ana Mixed, 1 1-2 Yards wide.
. : , FULLED CLQTII, 7:
Blankets of ali Kinds and all Qualities,
YARNS OF ALL SIZES AND COLORS,
Warranted all Goods of the best material.
J3F"We will exchange the above Goods for Wool
Fancy Uyios to Order. , ,
We will pay cash for any amount of AVooL, at
Flour constantly on handforsale. Thebestpncc
raid 'for wheat.
F X.BCEL-4 SON. DUELLi DIXON.
August, 23, 1850. . ,
The National Exhibition of horses com
menced here to-day, and promises to be
more than ever successful. Some of the
finest horses in the country are on Exhi
bition. Flora Temple and Ethan Allen
are among the number. 2,000 people are
on the grounds, notwithstanding the rain.
New Orleans, Sept. 10.
A cargo of slaves had been landed on
the eastern coast, but we have no partic
The steamer Osceola had arrived at
Batavanq, from Truxiiio. She brings the
news that the commander' of the English
Man-of-war had ordered Walker to sur
render the town, and that Walker had
obeyed and retired down lower on the
' coast with eighty men. According to last
I860 TAXES. 1860
la accordance with sections 34 and 33, paces 210 and
241, General Laws of Nebraska, fifth session, I will at
tend at tlie following places, at tbe times dw-ignated, for
the purpose of receviag Taxes :
Election Precinct Xo. 1, Peru, September 14 and 15.
" 2, Glenrock, " 17 "'18.
" " " - 8, Howhins, " 19 " 0.
" " 4, BorcUers, " 21 " 22.
' " 6, Collins, " 2S " 29.
. " : 6. Brownville, " 24 " "25.
" " . 7, NetnanaCity " 25 " 27.
"Sec. 34. It6ballbe the Treasurer's duty to attend
at the usual places of noiijins elections in each precinct
in hit county for two days during the month of Septem
ber, from 9 a. m. to4P. St. of eacaday, for the purpose
of receiving taxes from any person who 6haall at that
time wish to m:tke payment." &c.
"Sec. 33. It shall be the doty of every person sub
ject to taxation under this law to attend at the places
and time of the Treasurer's sitting in his preciuc for
the purpose of receiving taxes and then pay the same,
or to attend at some other time within the two months
allowed, when tbe Treasurer is not en-'aped in collecting
taxes in any of the precinct, at tbe Treasurer's Office
at the County seat." i.c.
Sec. 39. "After the first day of November the un
paid taxes of ibe current year, become delinquent, and
shall draw interest at the rate of fifty per cent per an
num." .c. : JACOB STHICKLEK, Treasurer.
- L'rownrille, Sept. 1st, 1800.
' Carpentry Made Easy.
Thlrty-eicht plates, two hundred Cures. TLe mo t
practical and valuable book for farmers extant. Telia
how to bnild Barns,- and Hone, Brile. o. &c.
Price $3; sample copy $2 by nail, postpaid by JAMES
CHALLEN ft. SON. ruiadcU hia. A;eats wanted.
MAIN STREET,' BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Takes pleasure in anujuncinstliat ho has now on band, a large and select stock of every art cle in his line,
1 ' Of all tbe improved patters; Tlz .-Plymouth Rock, Charter Oali, Valley Forge, Elevated Oven, i.c,
Box and Parlor Stoves of an cndlesi variety, some of which are entirely new'desiens, viz : A Combined
Cok and Parlor gtovea, something very nice iuleed for small families
1 . ' ' . i.
HEAVY; SHEET IRON , FOR SUGAR BOILERS
And Large Cast Iron Kettles from 8 to 22 gallons.
. Coal and Lard Oil Lamps; Brass Copper, and 6heet Iron Ware; Lante-n., Shovels, fee
; r." A- tt"
I have procured therigbt to manufacture a late simple and improved self-sealing Fruit Can to which I call the
attention of the public. All of which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rates aad,on a accomodating terms as
any other establishment in thia region of the country .-.' . '
I am prepared to put up guttering and spoutiug and all other work of my line at the shortest notice, and in a
workmanlike manner, which I warrant to give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undersold in the upper country . . - ' ' . I.C. DEUSER,
Brownville, August, 30 18G0. . .. " ' . i '
tizas it-prs t-vr teirt rn rt Tra
AN asj-erier-.t an.I Sbimciiic VTa'aM n cf ir.N
punaedo Oxycu u.iJ t.'jirt.-ti Ly ivuibtiMi !! in XJ ti r;
gen. Sjincii.iiH-tl by the hr.'hfit .it-ihtsl Autli i ie.
both in Kurt a:-J tLa Lailei iiitts, ai-d i-K-ir.lH.-d
iu their practice.
Tbe experience ti: v.satn's !ti'y vr.ve th it no
prepiratiou of Iron can be c ci;:'i I wttU it. latt'Uii
ties of the bi )vt. dfl'-fsi,:i vitj( enetpv, l-aie an
oiberwi.-ie sickly cutiipiexi.iii indicate its uecejiy
alniojt everyvnceivatiie c e.
luuuii.iu iu ill inal.iii:o iu whicn U lui.-i Lc-eu trie!,
has proved absoluiely turaiivc tu etli theijUuviini
complaints, iz :
In DcbHitj, Nervous An'octlon,
Cmacialiosi, Djspcpsia, Consti
pation, Sere! u Ik 'I'libritnlosis,
Salt Itlaciiui, ?li;iicntruatIo;j,
Wliites, Ciiorosls JLivcr Cons
plaints Jl2xci:iuatisni, Chronic
Ifcatlat lie., Ifitermittcat Fever,
li:iJII?s on tlic sTaco,
In caesof UENKHAI. lEbiLlTV, whether tbe result
of acute tiieOA-e, i r of citi-.n-eii uiuitiiiitKiu ul iervuu
ar.d n;u-cular enerzy fri-ri r'lr-'inccoiiiplaints, onetrial
ot thj restorative bu4 ',uvtvl su;c!,j.tul to an extent
wUic'a no decriiti"n nar ' wiitten attostat:-.n would
n-ucr crc-tiiLle. Invalid ri f..r.s c1-ir,t'u ps tnh ivc
btt-oi ii e forotien in their own iifitihnrh-'o-ls. 1 ave tud
donly re-avpeaned in the busy world a? if ju?t returned
from protracted travel j:i a .ii-tani iacd. S u.e very
signal lust.mces of tl.H k'nd are" attei-tcd if reiiiale
sullerers, emaciate! vii.iiia-s of H.pattAi mirjsman,
sanguineous exliaustiou, critU.Hl -iiui,i-e.-. and that com
plication of norvinis aud ly i-cplic aver.-ion tu air and
exercise for whicj iho J,uyi.iau kts t ti.u-.ie.
Iu NERVOUS AFFECTIONS cf all kinds, and lor
reasuua familiar to medical Men, the oper.ttiou vt tUiJ
preparation of inn nt nee.arily le i-ali.tary, f.r,
nnlikotbe od oxides, It is vigorously tonic, without
being excitins and overheat inu' a;iJKCniiy, reguiarly
eperient, even in the nmst ohstinateeaC3 of co?tiveni.-s
without ever tiei.it; a gastric purgative, or iuCictiug a
It is this latter property, amon? others, wM-Jj makes
it so remarkably eirctual and perwauent a remedy for
Piles, upon which it als appeal s to exert a distinct and
specific Hction, by di.ioriag tto luCal tcuduiicy which
Iu DVSPEP3TA. Innumerable as are Uscati'fs, a single
box of these Chalvbeate Pills has often sunVed for the
most habitual caites, inc!u.lingtceattendant t'osite7ij
In unchecked Ui.VRRUiEA, even when advaiKcd to
DVSEXTARY, conrlrnied, emaciating, and apt ueutty
malignant, the eU'ects hive been equally djcioive and
In the local piins, loss of flesh and strength, lel.il U
tatingcounb, and reiniuent biftiii, nliwli general iv in
dicate 1XCIPIKXT COXSCilPTlOX, thi remedy has
allayed the alarm of friends and physicians, iu several
very ttratifvintr and interesting instance?.
In SCROFULOUS TUBERCULOSIS, this medicated
iron has had far rare than the goods effects of the most
cautiously balanced preparations of iodine, without any
of their well kaowu liabilities.
The attention of females cannot be too confidently in
vited to this rerr.edu and restorative, In the cases pecu
liarly affecting tem.
In ItUEUMATlSAI, both tLronic an! Inflammatory in
the laHer, however, more decidedly It been invaii
bly wc-11 reported, both as alleviatinj pain and redm-laj
the swellings a-ij stiifness of the joints anJ muscles.
In IXTERMITTEXT FEVERS it must mvessarily be
a great remedy and energetic restorative,' and it. pro
gress in the new settlements of the West, will probably
b,e one of huh renown and nsefntness.
Xo semedy h is ever been Oiscovered in the whole his
tory of niedidti, which exerts such prompt, happy, aud
fully restorative etrocts Good appetite complete diies-
L tion, rapid acc.usitiiti of strenirth, with an unusual dis
position for art iye and cheerfn I exercjse.
Put up in flat metal boxes containing 60 pflls, price 50
cants per b-ix ; for sale by druists and doalers. Will
be sent free to anv address on receipt of the price. AH
letters, orders, etc., should be addressed tj
Ii. IS. LOtltC &, CO.,
CEX. AGEXTS, 20 Cedar St., X'. T.
AusrustS, '0 ly.
JOHN A. PONIT,
V Tin Ti: CM S"i"fl tha T.fv5 to
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WLerf he bis cpeiissl np a
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A Large Stock cf Choice Family
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CHOICE .BOTTLED LICPJOIu"
Catawba Wine, "
' - - . ribh Whiskey,
Gin Cock Tail,
Saddle Bag Whisky,
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Come and se3 and Secure Bargains,
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Strayed or stolen from tbe subscriber on the 8tb
of Juno last, a dark bay mare, 3 years old; no white
bout her; marked by the Collar on top of neck; small
size, but not a pone'; said to bo raised near Ere
ntont county Iowa, to where she may have returned.
Ti"A liberal rew:ird will bo given for information
that will lead to her didoovcrv. WM. T. DEN.
Julyl9,2,tf, ".'rownviUe, Nebraska.
Martha Meek, 1
v3 Dirorce. .
Samuel II. Meek. ) -
Nanahn county Dit'rir.t Coirt,'of th! S-ennd Ju-
dittal Diztrul, jSebraafot T rrttnru.
The defendant in thid ca.-o Samuel IIMeek, will take
notice tLat on the Hth day of August, A 1). ISoO,
the plaintirf tiled a petition against him praying for
a divorce una alleged among other things tor said
divorce, gros.H neglect ot tlnty and total abandon
ment; and that.said petition will be for hearing
at the next tor m of the District Court of the 2nd
Judicial District in Nemaha county of Nebraska
Territory, to bo begun and held in Brown villo on the
21th day ot September, 1300.
' - MARTHA MEEK.
By J. D.N.Thompson, her Atty.
Brownville. Aug. 16,-4t.
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Jl well selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
E3 &b ci 1 o 37 fl
Boots and Shoes,
IIl3 knowledge of tbe trade and vant of tbe people,
of Boovrnville and Ticiuitr enables him to make JudirU
ous purttases expressly for this tnarket. He ks n
exaniiuatiou of bis Stock, fee'ln? assure"! be will be
able to nalUfj- in uua'.ity, style and prices.
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The Persian Fever Charm,
Fur tbe prevention anl cure of Fever and Axue and
Bilious Fevers. T'r.is wonderful remedy was binncht to
the knowledKe of the present proprietors by a f rind who
has been a ),'reat traveler tn Fersm and the ll-dylnd.
Whi leucine down thercverFuphrates, he experienc
ed a severe attack of Fevor aud Igne. On di:overin
hiscondition, oue of the Roatmen too frcui hi pocket
an Amulet, saying. "Wear this aud no Fever will toucii
you." Although incredulous as to its virtues; hecoui
plied, an'l experienced immediate rellcr, and has since
alweyg found it an eiTectual protection from nil mala
On further investigation be found that the boatoian
attributed to itmiracnlous powers "and said thut it only
could be ottained from the priest of the sun. Sometime
afterwards, tbe gentleman in conversing with a Priest
obtained from hiot the secret of its preparation, and as
certained where the medicinal herb were found, of
which it was coumpounded. The wonderful virtues of
this article have induced a full belief in the minds of
thenitivcs in the miraculous healing power of their
Since his return lo America, it lias been tried with
the happiest efie-t by several Ladieit and tientlemenof
high character, who Jrave given it the most umiualiMed
paoise. This remedy having been a speci.de in Portia
for hundred of years, fur the prevention ami cure ".s
Fever and Ague and Billioua fevers ia now ottered to
tbe American People.
It will be sent by mail, prepaid, with full direction
foil sg, on receipt of one dollar.
Principal Depot ond manufactory, 1S3 Main Stleet,
Richmond, Virginia. Brauca Ufllce, Bank of C eu.ii.urco
liaildina, Xew l'orit.
Addret-ss. JOHN WILCOX u. Co
July, 5ih ly
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Hy order of the I'rohate Court of JfeiuaJtp Count J,
. 2t:brnnka Jem tory.
On the thirteenth day of Oct., A.. D. 13G0,
at one o'clock. I' M, of said day, before the door of
the Post cSoe, in the City of reru, m Nemaha Coun
ty. N. T- will be sold to the highest bid l?r, the
following described real estate, a tho property of
Noheiuiah Sties.deceased.to-witahe west hail ot the
north-west quarter of Fcction no Qre township no six,
north of rano no fifteen, east of the sixth principal
meridian, in Neuiah county. Am, tho west half of
tbe sou til-east quarter of section no thirty-1 wo.'town-
ehip no seven, nortu of ranjjo fifteeu, ea?t of the
eixth principal meridian, in Otoe county. Also, the
following loU in I'eru Nercaba county, to-irit: Lots
from (no to twelve, inclusive, in block no forty-throe
a.- designated on the rccorle 1 p!att of"?iH town.
lerni? of sale, oio half dfwn and the balance in
eix month, to be secured by uiorfngo on tha pr-mi-ses.
J. M. LONGFELLOW.
Drowrvill, Sept. .,lV.0-?7.
Luihbauh & Canon,
R. C St'"u an James W. C,!erpan.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Iv virtue of an
execution issued by the Clerk of the district Court
of Nemaha," county, Nebraska Territory against
K. U. htout and James Vv. Colemaa and in favor
of Lusbbaugh & Carson for the cum of one hun
dred und sixteen dollar? and thirty-three cent?, I,
J. B.Wells, Sheriff of Nemaha County, Nebraska
Territory, have levied open, anr wi.l oerfor wle,
at puMic auction, at the d'or of the house in which
the la't term of the DiUkt Co'.trt for Neasaha
connfr, Nebraska Territory, was heM in Krown-
viUP. in jaid county, on Saturday, the '.nh day
of September A. D.'ISGO. at ono o'cl irtw p. M., of
said day, and will sell, to the highest bidJer forca?b
in hand the following described property, to-wit:
the north-west quarter of eoctiun thirty-two, town
fiyj, north of Uange sixteen, east, except ihirty-two
ares off of the west aide of the northwest quarter
of said quarter section, with all tie improvements
thereon, levied upon aj the property of James VI .
Coleman and will bo so!4 to satisfy said execution.
.1. H. WELLH,
SherilT of Nemahaeounty.
by B. B. THOMPSON, Deputy.
Drownvill?, Aug, SO, 1850. $750
We Will Purchase Wheat
As money is scarce, wc will pay ia od for wheat
65 centjpf r bushel and fr flour $2,75 per hundred
pounds. We will furni.-h sacks for wheat and re
ceive it, either at cur "store in brownvilla or at
Melvin's Mills. D. J. MAIiTIN & CO.
Erowavillc, Oct. 20, lijy. ul'-i
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The citizens of Drown ville, and others interested,
aro hcrebynformcd that I havo made arraasciacnt
Or keeping a constant supply of the
Iicst quality of Flor
Vrbereitcan be purchadc j by those wi-r inr.
J. t. MELVIN.
Browntille, August, 23, 18S0.
AT LESS THAN COST!!
We will sell our stock of
Ladles' Summer Uresis Goods,
Gentlemen's Summer Goods,
Bonnets, Straw Hats, &c.,
-A.t Zjoss tlivix Coot,
In exchange for cajh, Wheat, Flour, Shelled Cora
and Bacon. D J. MARTIN Co. -
N. B. Come apl ree iji a we are determined to
Sell the abve goods at some price in jprcferenco to
keeping tLeu over until next t prinir.
1). J. MARTIN, 4 Co.
" 'PROBATE NOTICE.
WBELLAS, Joseph ShiUz, baa been appointed
rjeneral Administrafe"r if the Fstt cf Geory
Enlehardt.deceJi-iedjlateof Nemnha County, notic
is hereby given that I hive appointed Saturday.
Settembcr the 15 th. J Sol), as the day for beano j
claims against said Estate; all persons havingclaima
against said estate are hereby notified to h ave them,
on file on or before that day or they may forever b
deferred from recovering uch claims.
Given uc jcr my band ni tdcial s?al this 23th
day of June, a p,1SC0.
ClTkUS W. UTTEELF.R, "
51-12til2fee. I'mhat Jud-e.
Strayed from tbe Subscriber, a f jar-ysar old cot
Ear morks: erop off one, till in th other, eonsidei-JVr
bie white about tbe face : white on breast; horns ra
ther on thestaj order. Nearly all the busby part of
tbe tail 13 torn off. Has with her
A liberal reward will be pai l fcr her delivery, or
information that will lead to her recovery.
SAM'L C ALLAN,
CrownvilJe, An. f, 10. l-3t-
2Ia!n, DetTccn it & 2d Sfs,
v BUQWNVII.LE. N. T.
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