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'FURNAS & LYAITNA,v
Second Story Striciler'a Elock, ITaia Street,
:montlii , 2 60
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Jolmson & Sclioenlieit.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Corner First ind llain Street8
nroivmlllc. , -, - - cbrasKa
A. D. -ITIRII., , .
. Attorney ; at law,
Land Azeat and Solarj;;PiiblIc.
, Rulo, RichardsonXo., Jy i
-Till iwtiit the Court of ,itl5etii
X B. WESTOH.
lATTOBIJEY AT LAW ,
L BrownTille. Nebraska. .
rnrn,h Mla SUeet. one door bore tbPot
BrownVmc. Drconibcr I, 1653. . . '
To Ladies of BroTvnvillei
; W. TIPTON,
iAttorncy at Law
an o wxv.il l e,
J)R. D. GWIN,
Kavin'? permanently located in
F.r th practice of Medicine and Surgery, ten
der bis profftsfional services to the aClicted. -OSct
'on ilaiB Street. no23v3
J A. & 110 LL AD AY, M D.
trn?ir Infnmm hi friends In Erownvllle and
oirueJitue vicinity tbat te ha resumed the practice of .
Medicine, Surgery, & Obstetrics
ml h-pestiy utrict attention to hi profession, to receive
that nenerou pstronage heretofore extended to tun. In
all ci-es where It la poitleor expedient, a prescription
.ulnep will .e done. Office at City Drug Store. ,;
Feb.21,'69. 35. ly .
L. Ti'- JOHNSON, IX
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
1 Office alU. C. Johnson's Law Office,
First Street, between Main and Water,
Annoancei tbat ihe just reeei?d TrwatLe
East a masnificent stock of 5 " 1 u
STRAW, i FRENCH CIIIP,;1-t
GIMP -LEGHORN, - p
' ...SILK.J:.-& -- CRAPE M
' BONNETS.;,, ,;.;-;;;;,r,-:'!
French Flowers, Straw TritomingN Rilboaf, tte..
To whkh she invites the attentooarol the Ltuuea, nf
p.pnwnirille and iricinttT, feeling assured they cannot
be better snited in style, quality or price
Jlprii 12,1860 ' ; ' " ".
PIKES'S PEAK GOLD !
WeM receive . Pite's Peak GoM, and dvance
money upon the came, and pay ver Dalancf of process
wwn m Jllat retrn are had. In all mmw, we . wl 1
eihibitthe printed returns of the Cnlted Mates Mint,
BULLION AND EXCHANGE BROKERS
' BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA.
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Clocks, Watclies &
Touldanaounceto the citizens of Brpwnville
SfyS. and vicinity that be baa located himself ia
tililBrownville, andintends keeping a full assort
jLenTTf everything tn his lineof business, which wilj
tesold lew for cash. He will also do all :ind8 of.re
palrina of clocks, watches and jewelry. . All work war
s, , r-,fc' - ,-jsft t 1 -.a'1 v m m
B II p W N V I L L E, IT.; T.
Adopts this method, of returning thanks to the
entlsman of this ticiaity. f6? the liberal Jpatron
69?tawed tipon him ht retofore, and to nntxxnnoe
watLe lias just returned iron St. Liouis wita a ,
,,TfFRESH, STOCK oY
:c 'GEtEMEIfS ; WEAR,
r ' : , Consist irjcf ' 7 T
FIKX; .CLOTH S , .-to:.:
: r3xrr.rr.i2ri. ! c-oods, -i
UOTTOK, XilJfKEN; AKJ -.MLIC MOODS,
oi'ri ' TI0RIEXS WEAK, '.ill .;
. Woolen, Cotton,nd ' Sill Undershirts,' drawers,
veslinwf. Half llofe, buspenders, &c. In short, ev
cry thing a gentleman could degire to array himself
in tae gayest nture. I llewiii ecu tne good-), or make
suits Ul order in a styio.ejual w any , other ilouse
ny where," lie asks but an examination of his goods
and work. -' ;- ' - , "'
Correspond' iviti the Present 'Hard,
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For ic 2n'J''nntfi Fir cf Ae XtmaKa
) j JlgTicidtuTal $ocidy t.j izh eld atBrciin-
rille, on Friday Stfi cid Saturday ihe
' ; Ac 6iA o 'ocoAfT, isca. :
Lest yoke of -working cattle
2d ' " "
Glass G Sheep and Swine.,
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April 12, IRCO.
CITY LIVERY STABLE.
- MORTON HOUSE,
MAIN STUEETi ;0 ?:: t'"'J
KCBRASK'A' CITY; KEB'nASEAl !
T;1!.1 GODDIN; ;Propriet6r.;;';
So?tftber;29,:lSi9.!'-'" ! r' ' t'f.
. NEWSPAPERS, .
Of every description, for sale at
SCIIUTZ & DEUSER'S
South-east corner Mam and Second,
KROWNVILLE, N. T.
Sept, 221, 1S59. f-ntll
I). I. M'OUr. O.B. HEWETT. I. W. THOMA
McGary, Hcwctt & Thomas,
. ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IX CUJXCERY.
Will sr ictice la the Courts of Kebraska,and North
IlEFEREXCES . ... -
St. Louis, Ho;
Messrs. Crow, McCreary &Co.,
II, in. Jnipt M. Uuf;bs,
Hon. Juhu R. Sbep-iy,
Hon. Silus WxMlon,
Hun. S.iinuel VT, Black,
Che"vpf Sweets Co.,
R. vr. turnaa
Browuville, X. T. Oct. -23, 1858.
St. Joseph, Mo.
, . E. S. DUNDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
, AfiCJim, RICIIA.RDSON CO. IT. T.
WlLLpvactice'in the several Court of the id Judicial
istrirt. and attend, toall matters connected with the
'rcrfesMoa. V. McLekhaH, Esq.,of Nebraska City,
jtiU asict me in the prosecution of importantSuita .
Sept. 10, 'ftl-tl-tt
A. C S T A n I, E
importer akd dealer iir
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
CASTINGS; .SPRINGS, AXLES, FILES
; Also: .Hubs, Spokes, and Bent Stuff.
Third Street, between Tetix a5 iEdmond,
SAINT JOSEPH, MO.
W'liicli he sells at St. Louis prices for cash.
Ilisbeat Trie Paid for Scrap Iron.
Per-i.T l, -Ty.
. WM. ROSSELL.ilf
BBOWUVILLE, N. T.
AnnnoncestotheDubllc that he i s prepared to accom-v
mnrtiiihoR wlhlns with Carrlaires and Baggies; to-
gtber with good safe horses, for comfort and ease in tra
velling, lie will also board horses by the d.iy, weekor
June 10, '68. 60tt . ,
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:(; i:t L j;v ruUi6be4 March nth; i .:r. v i n
AnolIitr cN.Work by ihe Distinguished
c il k V.iV Americans Authoress,: V; , s,
OIJIA D. K. sorTiiwonTii.
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With an autobiography of the author, by Mrs. Emma.
S.'SIH. SovtHwo&Tit, Author of the Lost Heiress,
Deserted . Wire, Mi8ing Bride, India, Wife's Victory,
Retribution, Curs of Clifton, Y via, The Three Beau
ties. Lady of the Isle, etc.
Complete in one large duodecimo Tolure,eallyonnd
in cloili, for bo dollar ad awei.tj'-live tents, i ia two
volumes. p9rri-f-r(ir .irf dnllsr. ..
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ttii ui otXltiHl
. DJC. SAXDKRS, .: JVesideaC
AlTlOULITELL, . Vice-President.
"JESSE COLE, - -'2 -1 :--Trci urer.
K.,W, FLliXAS, :
EOARD OF MANAGERS':'
Geo. Crov, ' D. 1'j.asteks,
, G. II. Kixox, : . , J. Branb, '
Alex; Sxee.v," . 1 i,r t' W: S.'IIobx"
; f .. . . . , V. II. Dexmanv - ! - i :
--;The officers of the- Society shall consist 'of Presi
dent, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and seven
Managers, who together shall constitate' a-Board of
Directors for tho general management of ibo affairs
of the Society; They shall be elected annually, on
the last dny of each fair, by the members of the So
ciety, and hold their offices until their sues.'ors are
elected. .l-. ... (-.:.'.:.-
Membersaf-tho Society must be residents of tho
county and pay the-suta of one dollar annually, or
by the payment of twenty-Eve dollars may become
life member; ct i . ; ;;u
Competitors for premiums must be members of the
Society.'1 '"'' ,J i '
.,A list of tho articles forwbksh premtumare tibo
awarded by the Society must be published in a news
paper or in handbill?, prcviouslotbo day or exhibi
tion... , . , ' , . .... . T f ..
All articles offered-or premiums mnst be owned
by the persons cfFerin? the game,, or by members o
their families, and products of the soil or manufac
tured article most bo produce "or manufactured
within the county, r ( ..f . .,",-
; Chit 'A- Farms, " Fledge nnd Xur$ertei.
Lest jmproved, and , most highly cultivated ;
' farm t f not less than 80 acres ( , $3
- improved .and-lmost- highly cultivated 1 !
t farm of less than 80 acres. ", , . , r S
' ' " ' Hedgo Fence, 80 ' reds ' 1 ''" ' '''""' 1
, l l Improved and most highly cultivated ! ;
nursery, of over three ncre, , 1 C3
- and mostliisrlily cultivalcl nursery lej -j .
than thr- t .rcs : ' . 1 CO
w ' OrtbarJ U J ' - ' ' "' 1 CO
Pi -in B -Farm Product.
rfctf....fii.vv3 ,r rftti r.T-.t ; --i o-)
" " y-r-rir ' wheat- - - -1
" fi r" nm." u ca.U--i '.
" five .acres f.corn
u arre Hungarian grass
" three acres Irieb Potatoes
" acre Chinese sugar cane
." acre buckwheat "
- Fersons desirous of comnetins in classes A and B
must place in tho hands of the Judges a full descrip
tion, (the correctness of which' should be certified
to by two members of the Society of the farm, nur
sery, hedge, orchard or field crop as the case maybe
toasrist.the Judges in making up the awara.
7 ' ' Cla C Agricultural ImplemenUi
fewe . , lAx .
Dest Uyar oier one year old"
2nd best " r .t;
be.it bear pig ? ' ' 1 '
' Sow,, ever 1 year'
X'ii, a litter of not loja than four from one i
, WW .. , . . . ; , f t,
'J V: ! Class II Poultry ;".
best cock and two hons of any Viiriuty.
fce-t pair gffio ( tna'.e aed fetaale) -l-
da ' "
Class I Miscellaneous ; mdriichs.
pump for farm use , .
sawpio brick ' " '."!'
Fample cut stona .
bunch rhinglcj '
. hundred feet of sawed lombcr ' '::
cooking stove and utensils
gentleman's saddio v
lady's saddlo 7-. , t
. wa jon harness . ; ,, !,
boots and shoes "' ' " " '
Ppocityen tailor's work '! 1 ...' lil .
. Grain cradles - r
i Sjiules Shovels and Iloes y"r I ' '
Set of Garden Tools , . r ,
' Specimen of bliwksmithing
, Straw cutting machine . . !; '
bushel o lima made in this county t
'"-bushel of stone coal found in cuuuty
. design fur a farm house, not to cost over
aU0 - , l 00
design for house, not to cost over JljOOO ' L CO
Estimate to accompany design... and both estimate
and design to belong to the Society.
best specimen of sign painting ' - " ' '' ' i' 00
; specimen cabinet work ., - -,J-. do
bco hivo ' An
Class JPanfry Stores
' 100 pounds of flour made in this county 10
" " ' f corn meal : ; , Diplo"
uesi inree pouna oi putter maaeintnis
, , 1 CO
' do '
; . do
' do .
, 1 CO
, do '
" 3. ThtJ main object of the Society bein to pro
mote ' profitable cuitivatirn, they d.Inut prtpote t.i
offer, preiiiiums for crops protiueed by (e.ttravatint
expytKlUu.-e, therefore a detailed ceri2?d acvonotof
the expetue cf. cultivation must be raa'le. i. 4
4.' The kind ap.d condition of the soil, th quality
and kind, of seed, and tho time- ar.J lia of putti.ig
it in the ground, should bo particj'urly etatrd. .. T
;- i. The 'grain niost ba either weighed or mcuured
I in a legaL half pu.-hcl eorn to be measured ia the
car an averuge specimen of not Ics thtn twenty
bushel?, shelled, cleaned,' and weighed or treasured
as above, nud the nna: beret buibtls thus estimated
tube ftated ia tho oSJavit. . . . ; .
, C The) same rsiea t be observed in awardirg fur
all farm m-p.' ".-' '
tii . fx',i3? arniunr : " '-
Xemaba Cour.'y, I. T. ' . . ; ;! '.!
X' li f being duly sworn, says he
accurate!;)! meaarcd the land hdo which-
raijed a crop of
and tho quantity of land is -Sworn
before me tliis
Nemaha County, X. T.
-the past season
acres and no more
!5ttsy iheir.efTect.tj in;cr:;r
rf Gen Czst ar.4 cthrt
- i -
locastcuiura an 1 r;
4i'j poureJ upoa
c.n !;". ? more
votioa to the can
not cr.ly i
er, x'..i News.
z:zc:ni cf Lis Ce-
cf thu t!v:rt.
at in ever ::,er rir.r.er he (Mcricr.)
Dasei Lu-i cJ all ethers who co-'i
lie vH: sr.i c.rrur-Lr.!::i.tr3:::-;r'; .
Anotlier Fabrication Ifallcd ta ts
rife bread made
FALL. ARRAN1.. i-.iiU-M,
Morninir Train lenreet. Joseph at- - - .00
Evening Train leaves do dor- 6:t ..
St Joseph ts reached by the Western St. (re Line.
Passengera save time and tiresome stasinsty th i route.
Daily connections made at Hannibal with ail.Eaatern
and Southern Railroa-ls and Packets.. ' : . ,, ; ;-
JT D Haywood, S'upV, Hannibal.
D C Sawin, General Agent,1' St. Jo.
V B Gboat, G. Ticket Agent, Haii'bal
Theo. Hill, G. T. Ag't, BrownvilleJ
November 24, IS59. ,. s .
B in D 1 Bi Y.;
COUNCIL BLpFFS, IOWA.,
' WILLIAII F. IIITEIl.;i
May 17, 1360.
Planter s House
' J0I1N JI'MECIIAN PROPBIETCm, t'
Corner of Fourth and Com. street.
DKroT3ir,e3li.r City, T3"5"fc
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FRANKLIN 1 ;
TYPE s STEREOTYPE F0UF2DRY
No. 168 Vine St..bet.FourthanaFiftfc..
: Cincinnati, 0. -
C. F. 0'DRISCOL.Ia '& c:o ,
Manufacturers and dealer in News, Bcokaha Job
Type.I'rinting Presses. Cases, Gallics .Ac, Ac.
Inks, and Printin? Material of Every Description,
STEREOTYPING of all kind Ec oka.Masic.
PatentMediciae Directions,Jobs,Wood Engrevings,
Brand and Pattern -Letters, varionsstyleS,
tOUN.r.SlSN'CY. ' CITA9. F. HOLLT.
KINNEY & HOLLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
- xumiisiu CITY. T..
....... i cn-un ne v-ouriBoi mig Territory Collec-
n and criminal businew attended to throughout N-
raska, Westeru Iowa and Missouri.
outs at Browuville.
Will avtend the
a i uku. JESSE HOI LAHAT. ALEXIS MXJDD.
N. I, City Buildings, :
LOUIS . - ... - nissotrEi.
3IUDD & IIOLIaADAT,
X. 110, Pearl Street,
- STotxr " Tf It.' r
Produce and Comruission
i . zvz x: xx. o a
we Rtrta T PERMISSION TO
Powell, Levy ts. Lemon, - - St. Joseph,
Tiwtle &, Farleigh, - . '
T: h. J. Cnrd. - - - - .
m Jiave, McCrd - -
P.mnpl &. SAXton . : . i; iT
S7-m ' ' ' '
Sonora Island AhtaJ of the World!.!
) LOOK IILRE ! LOOK HERE!
SHINGLES I ! SHIHGLES1I
.. . SAINT JOSEPH
Female Collego, f'
st. Joseph, jio,
. . i i . t it.'..
WILLIAM CAMEB035r, A. II., "Priacipal.
Completely organiied as afirctclasf Femtile Boardina
and Day School. Number limited to 125, Including 5
Warders. Scholastic year commencing firsi Monday In
September. For Catalogues, with lull partlculars,ad
dress the Principal. ... ..
August 4th, IS59. T4c4tf ,
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"rike'e Pcali, or Dust."
DRY GOODS; HOUSE.r
ITave Just completed thuir ivnin..i Y.r 'me k
Main Street, near the U.S. Land Office, i Brownville
where they have opened oal ad areoffcTin j; on the most
, Theundersiencd take this method of informing
' hecituens of Nemaha County, and the rest of man-
Mnainai ue nas, and will keep on hand a tu
Jtof Cit UnwAMt Shinele. which he wiUWll
FOR CASH OR PRODTinr
: His Shinsrle Mifhice ia nn K Annnr. r.i
Uiani Saw Hill, whsrehem.iv be found whinh
not ab-vut on professional bufiness. Give him a
d n,l he will ?ivevou "Satiwfnctinn
April 12.1S-50. . (6ml MEUiDlTn IIELTY.
T. 3t. TALB0TT,
ilavm-located timstlf in Krownville.K. T., tea
ers hisrrfl.wional services to the community.
AH jobs warranted. "
Dry Goods, Provisions,
Of all Kind.
CREES AX DI1IEO FZIUXTS,
Choice Liquors, Cigars, - i
Ana a "thousand and oue," other ttins evprybody
CALL AND EXAMINE OUIt STOCK
Erowcvilie, April 26, ly '.. . '. .-i
i '" - j .') i . "f A f7
fj -j . ."Wholesale andRe'.ail dealerin -
I niBObTS AND SHOES-
j Brownville, X. T, ' ' ,
' t HAS NOW ON IIAJrD a larpeandwel! seiect
"7 1 f 5 ed stock ol Boots and Shoes, Lady'i. and Genu's
y ' Gaiters and Slippers of every variety; also,
A i. Hisses and Childrens shoes of every kiud that I
will sell cheaper for Cash or Produce than any other
house westof St. Louis. All work warranted; orders
respectfully solicited. ' :'T' -..'
Tfe Hichcst Cash pricepaia ror mues, reus ana urs,
at tne City Boot and Shoe. Store. Cut Leather lept f or
ale' . .
prownvillejJuneSd, '69.(1 . ; ; VL v, ;i
mini ksiimiv .t-.iiMiiukjmji.
BROWNvitLE, ;' Nebraska!
, ;p Jl HENDGEN, :
Hereby notifies the public that he has purchased the
Nebraska House in Brownville, N. T., formerly kept by
T-' J. Elwardsv and has remodeled, renovated and enti
rely changed tbe whole noue. ironi cellar to garret,
with an especial view to neatness, comfort and conve-
aieuce.. Having baa many years experienreas uoiei
keeper, he feels 6afe in warrantangthCbnaraingtpairon
age of Brownville, and tbe traveling public, that, wblle
at the American, they will have no reason to complain
of thefare in any respecti i -. c.--
1 The Hotel ia situated immediately ai me aiearoooai
Landing, foot of Main street, and consequently aflords
Rorniiara.ivntai!'eRto the traveling community. The
proprietor asks but to be tri ?d, tnd if not found worthy,
discarded. .. . ,
January, IS 1860. 23-tf ' 'i
SLRVEYOU & NOTARY TUBLIC,
Vill select lands, Investigate titles, pay taxes, Ac,
e ither in Kansas or, Nebraska, hty, sell, and enter
landson commission; invest in town property, buyor
sell the same, and "will always have on handcorrect
plats ol townships, counties, &c, showing alllandssub
lectto entry, and Where desired Will furnish parties liv-
ingin the stateswlth thesame.
I Being the oldest settler in the connty will In'all
cases be ableto give full and reliableinformationv ,
' Address A- L. Coal . either at Brownvilieor ixemana
City. Keb'jska Territory. . : . ", 5tn-42'v2
! Tho, Nebraska Farmer.
16 PAGES QCARTO MONTHLY. .
i " SCKSCRIDE FOR IT. .
! is the only Journal devoted exclusively
to the ' Agricultural and' Educational inte-
.,, n .-i-'f--r ft " il.!;: : m ' '
rests ' of Xe'brashaf ' Kansas, ' w orthern
JIissouri and Southern IoH'a. , . t , ( ,
"Pry lt.--A.id it-
; ; -; ;Fourf Copies, :3 months -for SI ' '
! Tiventv Copies;'! yeir '';''; $15 ;
.One'Copy,- l.-year A SI s
, -Address, "
'FURNAS & LYANNA,
,T fi ,r , Brownville, Xebraika. .
THE . : i -
TOT T7T fT TTTT T C! , .
Mrs. Ilendgcii & Miss'Ljist-
MILLINERS AND DHES3 IliSEES,
First Street, bet.'Main arid Water,41"'
BROVv NVILLEj NEBRASKA,
Boantft, Head-Drttet and TrimmSngt altesyon.kan4
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NEMAHA' I CITY, ?; NEBRASKA.
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'The proprietor returns thaaks for the generous
pitrep.Bge thus far esteaded hi"ui,and hopes by' re
newed efiorts to meritlncreaBed faFors. j : , '
M . Farmers , and Others . ....
Will do well to have their grain in as soon as possi
ble, as spring fregbe Is will soon be upon nsr when
more than likely it will be impossible to run the
mill fcr several wee'as. .
1 V.CcxnO' Along How!
1 'JTcal'(znd Flo u r of Superior ,'' Qu ality .
si" ' Constantly on Hand.
, We will pay 75 cents cash for xvheat.
FeVSS.lSIO. , J. G. MELTIX.
, Peru Chair Factory,
6 The underifmed, having purchased the Chair and
Cabinet shop lately vnfd by T. H. Marshall, take '.his
method of informing the public that they are cow pre
pared ten 11 order for all kinds of furnituie, such as
Chairs, tables, stands, bedstead, bureaus. Safes, cribs,
cradles, lonnpes, etc., etc., either at wholesale or re
tail) as cheap as can be bousfcLat any other establish
mentinthe west. Tbe best of coffin lumber and trini-
tuinps constantly on baud, which wilt enable us to All
oriera for coffins at fhort notice.
W have attache! to otir shop a good ITnrse Power 'nwd
1 urn 1 n ? Laine, ana ire are pTopstred to do any descrip
lionet turninsfrota a Chair !er on to a Smrur Mill.
Chairs and Furniture of all kinls repaired in the best
style. ' :; i . , 1 . .
N. P.. Corn, 'WTieat, Flour, Pry Goods, G-roceries, Lum
ber ard nrodnee o: all kinds, Mnney not excepted, ta
ken li; exchanpe for work or poods. We hope ty strict
attention to business to merit a fbare of public patron
a?e - j , '. , . BENEDICT & BLISS.
Pern, Nebraska, November 54, 1S59.
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Eest Plow for breaking Prario,
two horse plow " , f
' - one-torse plow ,'.
ahoVel-plow , '
, harrow -
Corn and seed Planters !
prain drill " ' ;''
Thrash. l!a. with Separator
'- Mowing do ,. .
" Reaper awl Mower combined
' Reaping Machine -
Corn and cob mill ;
Machine for crushingsugar cane , , T ,
? Evaporator . ' ". ". '.
var'.etjof Agricultural ImplcmenUownea
bj any person in the county , .
two horso wagon, .:
. ohe hor?ff wngon '- '
Spring Wagon - ' ; '.' "
two horse wagon or buggy ' -1 ', '"'
. one horso wagon or buggy , y 't
; , Sleigh , r .; ' , - "!.
Clats D Grain and Vegetalle$ :
Best bushel fall wheat ; . ', - r
' bushel spring wheat .
.' bushel oats , ' . : - ' i ' u
bushel Hungarian grass seed
.; u ' Rye 1 ", ?-
- i s " buckwheat , .,
Irish potatoes , j "i v
turnips ' - "
,. half bushel parsnips t
' - - ' - FiitaKfirrn
: ( -" i- carrotta !" , ;
u,, beets r .,
' Etiuashes ; ' ' r ,
peck of.tomato3 , t'
variety of tomatos
half bushel native grapes' .
specimen cultivated grapes
w beans pole or bunch
garden peas '
' Held peas . . .
' winter peas '
variety of Irish potatoes -half
rnilivtlrin BTecn house clants
collection of green house plants in bloom, diplo
egg plant ': do
salsify . .. - . . ; j - . ",:.do
variety of pumpkins ' . -do
variety .of garden vegetables," grown in
the county by one persou , 1 00
half doicn heads of cabbage ' diploma
' ,, leaf, tobacco - -, '
'. Class E Horses and Mules.
First best stallion'over three years tld
2d ,('.-' ; " '.
3d ' " ' ' "' " , "
First beet stallion under three nnd orer one
year old - , . ' ' " ' -.
2d best stallion under three and over one
3 j , " " " : :
Rest hor?e colt andcr one year old ,
oj u .,,:.;-'.
3d . . ; -
best maro over three years la
2nd I" :;.'",' '' " '
3d a - .
txrst maro under 3 and over 1 '
2d best mare t: - , " ; l . '
3d ' u ' u a ' '
best mare colt under one year old
2nd " . " " C .
, u u u .
best gelding , . , . - . ; .
2d best gelding
3d-" - ' '
best span of matched horses or marcs
" draught ' !
best saddle horse or mare 7 ; ., ,, ,
best spat: of mules
2nd best span mules
3d " . " . M ' . . "
best mul3 colt raised in the county
2d best mule colt raised in the county '
3d u " u " " .
- ; Class FCcdlle
First be3t bull over three years old
21 " u -
tt .....-. 4(
best bull under three aBd over one . '
2d '-- . ,
3 1 - i . "'..''
Frst best bull calf
2j - .. . m . '
31 44 " . i .: ' '
First best cow over three yeare old
3d . " .
First best heifer under 3 and over I
3 " " , . " - 44
best heifer calf ' ' : ' ;
2nd best beifcr calf - '
3-1 " '
" 1 50
: . i oo
. l oo
, 1 00
, : - 50
", 1 00
. 1 00
. I 00
" 2 00
! T 30
' fount r
salt risi r
; ' 1 r
enr.il h. 'u 1 z j ",
10 ! i of lard . i , ; ,
jujuii 1 cake ' ' '
sriongo cake .
fruit cako In county
variety of cake made in county "
honey in comb . , : ' ;
jar of proserves made in the county
, ' 50
. . 50
do tomatoe preserves ' do
do i .plum preserves ' . do
'-' do 1 ' plum jelley ' do
. , ' do' ' plum butter ; . do
tomato catsup ' . ' . do
' . jar pickles do
five pounds hard soap do
" fancy hard soap do
i tomato butter . 1 . . i : do"
pumpkin butter do
" melon butter " ' ' do
Tbe premiums on jellies and preserves will bo
awaraea to tnoso only wbo furnish with tho article
a description cf tho mode of preparing them.
Class K- Domestic Manufactures. '
Best 3 yards Vant-v flannel, linsey or wollon ;
woven in the county , .1 50
pair wollen socks i ' . . ' " 25
pair cotton socks -, . 23
pair socks or stockings by girl tinder four- -teen
years of age - - - 25
, coverlet , ;. r . . . : , ! ' Diploma
' best comfort . ' . .- . 25
patchwork for quilt . . ! 1 00
. quilt fioUbe'd ' . ' 1 00
live yards carpet , , diploma
- blanket . ' t '' - ." ' " ' do
'pair of blankets . ; . : do
patchwork for quilt by girl nnder tea do
pairof mittens .! . do
ornamental needle-work . . ; 25
ornamental needle work by girl under 13
years of ngo . f
specimen fancy needle work
, lace ,
- worked slippers
tiollar for ladies
collar for gentlemen
lindr'cape or other painting
draughting or platting
specimen of crochet work
crnamental painting .
, cushion for chair
floral design ... .
specimen penmanship by male
44 44 ... j female
flowers arranged in vase
flowers arranged ia Roquet -pair
pair round boquets
Morion Again Repudiated- ly Us
DR. ' HANKING, , SPEECH AT
f NEBRASKA CITY !
Tl T- m
x. r. UAKKis a lite Ion :r JJemocrat
and well known throughout this Territo
ry returned to Nebraska City a few days
ago, from the mines.' He was called on
to make a speech .before the Young Men's
Democratic dob; and did so. The? next
number of the 'New contained the fol
lowing paragraph ks evidence that Dr.'
Dahlia, display of : , .
Collection green house plants
Clan II Fruit.
Best Apnlcs, summer falland winter
2d bet u
Rj;t fruit grown ia county
2d 44 4 4 44
Apples,sfeedling, good varieties
Rears, summer, fall or winter
Quinces ' ' -
Orapes, native varieties
V ine, grape samples
Class JI Discretionary Committed.
AW articles offered f )r exhibition and cot enumer
ated in the foregoing list, will be considered and
passed upon by ttio above named committee;
' General Rules .
Stock, Machinery, and'agriculturt l implements in
tended for exhibition,must be entered widi the Sec
retary, on tho Frst day of the fair. All other arti
cWiutcnded for exhibition; must bo entered with
the Secretary, by 9 o';lock A M, the sejunii Hay of
tho tair. '
No premium or diploma will be awarded on any
animal or article unless it possesses superior merit.
Members of tho Society can enter any aiiimil
or articles free of charge
Persons not members of the Society m.iy enter any
animal or article for exhibition, by pavfng" to the
Trcaso rer the sum of one dollar.
Articles enumerated in cla3dS"K,w maybe enter
tered on eshibitioij by ladies, free of charge.
The admission fee to the Fair, for all persons not
members of the Society, will be twenty 'five cents per
JS'o person or persons will be permitted to keep any
stand for refreshments erf any kind, nor for the sale
of any kind of merchandise or other articles, nor any
kind of amusement within or near the Fair Ground.
Awarding Committees of three orfive rx-rsons each
shall be annually appointed by the Board of Direc
tors of the Society, forjudging the different clashes
of arti cles offered in competition and awarding pre
miums for the same.
i The Awarding Committees mast comply with the
provisions of th9 law requiring competitors for pre
miums: on crops and other improvements to furnish
full and eorre.t statements cf the process and ex
pense of culiure, production, etc..
Competitors for premiums on crops shall be requir
ed to furnish a statement ia accordance with tho fol
lowing rules, which statement shall be verified by
affidavit, as per form annexed :
Statement t jbe uruiiked fcy apjZicantt for pre
mium om farm crop.
1. Tho land shall be measured by some competent
person or persons, who shall make affidavit of tho
occurrences of the measurement and tho quantity
2. The applicant shall make affidavit according to
the form annexed, to the quantity of grain raised cm
the ground entered on tho premium list which
affidavit must accompany the application fVr pre
miuiu, together with a sample of thegrain.
,4The enthusiastic Dr. made a most
thrilling and eloquent speech before the
young men's Democratic .lub of this city
on Monday evening. He alluded in the
eloquent terms of an enthusiast and a
a seer to the young Empire that is being
built' up' by the side of - the - grand old
mountains west of us, and said lots' cf
things that were cheering and gratifying
to the Democracy of this section. He
spoke eloquently of the man who was' the
'honored choice of the Democracy of the.
lerntory in the present campaign. "
. Now. -.the fact is,- Dr. Raskin like a
very sensible man repudiated the nomi
nee as will be seen by the following re
port of his speech ; which we find id the
Nebraska City Press.'-" -
"He said he had been absent from the
Territory for some months., and expected
to soon leave again for the gold mines of
the Rocky Mountains, where a great em
pire was building up where' the . ener
gy and enterprise of the- pioneers were
developing the untold mineral wealth cf !
a region destined to become a great cen
ter of business and industry. He' had
high hopes for'; the future of that region,
and thought its value was not fully real
ized, and the progress would be yet more J
wonderful than that which it had already
made. Its prosperity, too, would re-act
upon this Territory ; that would always
be a mining country, and this regienhere
upon the Missouri must be the granary
from which it must be supplied with ag
ricaltural productions; hence the prosper
ity of Otoe County, as well as other parts
of the Territory, was in a great measure
identified with that of the gold region.
Bu wherever he should be he would al
ways feel a deep interest in anything
that concerned .this Territory, where he
had first taken an active part in public
affairs," and where he had many personal
friends, as well as some enenue3.
-Dr. R. then briefly referred to the ro-
sitions of the different political parties,
and warmly eulogized Senator Douglas,
and upheld his political principles. With
the principles of the iireckinridge party
he had no sympathy the gulf which sep
arated that faction from the Douglas De
mocracy va3 wider and deeper even than
that which separated Douglas and Lin
coln. A lid what position had been taken
on the subject by the Omaha Convention
and by its candidate ? He fell somewhat
embarrassed in speaking upon this mat
ter, because he had hardly decided what
course it was his duty to pursue. As a
Democrat ' he bad no confidence in the
candidate, and did not consider him a
representative of Democratic principles ;
and upon examining the platform he found
it equalh' unsatisfactory; It did not en
dorse Democratic principles, cor the dem
ocratic candidate for the Presidency". It
ignored the great principle of popular
sovereignty, and did not maintain a3it
should, boldly, the Democratic party.
Much as he differed with the Republi
cans, he would do them the justice to say
that they had at least stated their prin
ciples plainly, and boldly taken- their
stand upon them,- while the Omaha plat
form was a lame attempt to 4stradd!e"
the gulf which divided . the Douglas De
mocracy from the Breckinridge faction.
The. candidate ' placed, upon the platform,-
J. Sterling Morton, -who -was cow
attempting, to obtain the -votes cf "the
friends cf Mr. Douglas, while at :the
same time holding fast to aneffice under
the. infamous administration of his perse
cutor, James Buchanan, had for two years
past denounced him (Dr. R.) a! a disor
gaoizer and a disturber of the harmony
of the Democratic party, because he came
boldly out as a supporter of Mr. Douglas
and his principles. When, in 1S37, he
used his influence in the Legislature to
obtain the passage of resolutions endor
sing Mr. Douglas as the champion cf pop
ular sovereignty, Morton, th?n a mem
ber of the House, did all in his power to
would a! wars s-j
the ry.cn of the Dr rlit V:
the cfiice cf Delegate."
Dr. R. said that he
tain Democratic principles, and c
al prejudices, and give a hearty " re
port , to the Candida:? cf tij
party Here the Mortor.hes bunt cut
ia applause. The Doctor requested them
to wait until he get through with nhit La
was saying; it might not suit them.j Hj
would. give, he continued, his 'support lo
the candidate cf the rarty if tt tl'i
'tin fi h -.1 . T-v
fnv t .tn, u.u tu represent uemo
cratic principles. Eat c6u!d a rr.ia b'3
honest who occupied the positicn that J.
Sterling Morton did ? How could a ruan
te honest who pretended to be in favcr
cf: Stephen. A. Douglas, and yet he'd an
office under his .bitterest cppcr.ect and
persecutor? He, himsel?, (Dr. R.) fdt
that he ought to be disused if he wcu.'J
do such a thing. When he thought it vrsi
his duty to oppose the admicistraticnarl
support Mr. Douglas, he resigned th
commission he held as Marshal cf th
Territory, because that ha could m Inn
er consistently hold it. He car.-;-; hcns
from Washington and cpenly avowed him'
self a friend cf Senator Daughs, and
for that, Sterling Morton, who now asks
the votes cf the Doug!a3 Democracy, de
nounced him as a disorganizer, and thro
the columns of the Nebraska City Xm-?
of which he was then editor, stigmatized
bima3 a "Douglas Democrat," U3:r. ; tho.
terra as an opprobrious epithet. Morten
then upheld - the Aministratlon, and s'.ill
holds with a tight grasp the cfTice cf Sec1
retary cf the Territory, with th3 nice
little salary cf 2,000, while- he pretends
to support Douglas. . Can he hold the set
two positions and be honest and consist
ent ? What would be thought cf a clerk,
in a store, who vrhile receiving a good
salary from his employer, would take ad
vantage' of his position lo injure that cm-
plo)'er's business and build up a rival
firm? Would he not be denounced as a
base scoundrel? And where is McrtcnY
position dnTerent from this ? He is sus
tained and supported by the patrociga cf
the administration, and prcfesscs Lis
willingness to use the influence thus oh- ' .
tained to injure the party sustaining him. '
When the storm raged fiercest around
Senator Douglas when he stood up bo'd-
4y against the whole force of the admin
istration and its supporters, and upheld
the great principle of popular sovereign
tywhere wa3 J. Sterling Morion then? ;
Snugly esconsed behind a federal office. '
and hurling his shafts of malice at Mr.
Douglas's supporters. He (Dr. Rankin)
could but despise that class of men who, '
instead cf endeavoring to direct pulliu
opinion in favor of right principles, will ,
oppose a man or a principle when unpop
ular, and then sneak around and be bud-
est in their support when the tide chang
es in their favor. A true man will be .
honest in politics as well as anything else. :
He said he would not dictate to others
what course they should pursue, but for
himself he had no confidence in Morten,-"
and he did . not consider the platform cr
the nominee binding upoa Democrats. ..'
There was nothing in either which would '
require Democrats to support them. He -
expected to have another opportunity cf '
addressing the Democrats of Oloecoun-
ty, and would give h:3 views on the sub- :
ject more fully."
The brethren in the front part cf the .
house, beg cf the brethren in the back i
part of the house to speak a lii'U louder,
that the brethren in the front part cf ths
house may hear more distinctly, what t.5 ;'
bretheren in the back part cf the house .
have to say to the brethern in the frcr.t .
part of the house.
1 f) m m i "H a
v Bojdstca's Letter.
Wit. L. Botdstox, a life-long and
prominent Democrat cf Nebraska City,
Mr. Morton's place of residence, ar.J,
who is now East cn business, writes as .
follows to the Nebraska City Press. The
Prtss says it "but expresses the real sen
timents of many Democrats in th;3 coun- i
ty." When Mr. Boyiston ti!::3 th?
stump he will make some rich dorebp-
ments in regard to Mr. Buchr.r.nn's err.-
gressional aspirant. . ReaJihii let::::. !
PlTTSBTECH, AzZ. 2" 1.7 "J. !.
Dr as Sin : I have jtm rveirr l voir ! : of
17th Inst., informing me that J. Sierfi-r yin,t f tn '
Democratic nominee for Delegate to C nwre-s. lair- )
swer permit me to say tbat I fee! new, t? I ti ? f.-.t -or
the last eizhteen months, that be U t;
eona leuce of tbe people anJ especially cf tteTe r r
ic party. I. therefore, as a Democrat frou pr;rv;-;?, f
and having the cause of Democrscr at h-jrt, a . ! t ; er. '
in tbat it would be degrading the tirD-hon.rt.i r-; -:. 3
ciples to elect man so voiJ of princ'.ple, sha'.i t .is '
great pleasure ia uflng whatever i'ifluecce I roar i t
es for bis defeat. Too may, therefore, tuaie arr .5 j
ment fir oe to work, in any manner t iocrtt t--- l r
ilie xjmp!isbment of this end frurn the 20;hcf .
terober up to tSe day ol the election in theevfr,
I regret that I cannot return sooner; tut ci.-ci';
ces i-ver wbica I bave nocontrol corcpel me t- te ab
sent up to tbat time. I not only wist, bat arir.i!y . ,
sire that you may so arrance it so that I caa to Lm- J
(hmldmy lirand health be spa"!) evtrycuy froa th 4
25tliday of Septesiber until election.
I am now just startle for K.i.'tiworc, tvi !. vr,
time to write further. If anyttir.g abouM Ti i th :
I caenct return at the time above indicated, 1 will sen l
you a aianuacript for publication, giTina my reari by
be should act be electcl to tbe re-spons.bie p- ;.-.-a b
Please let ire hear from yon ir ;s!e'y. at ti'.'A
more, as I win he there ontil tta i2ih cf Sc?ti".ter,
and then leavs for Nashville, wiare I will uy tire
diy, and then get hme a x n rfiM.
T-Jnr Ob't &ervirst, WILLIAM L. B0TrCt:.
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