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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1860)
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mhf into cur sanctum.n this morning,
I catamount :jusl hot by him xeai.'&e
.rnnntP ItlTlitS cf . OUf tCKTJ,
frr rMpst inhatitanis" do not remem
.. u ' cor,, r lanre an animal 01
ekirid.' It measured, from lip to tip,
ur- feet one -"inch." and twenty-one
ches hisb. There were wrqin tu.u
I , f..A rArp verv much
Imposed to nov ligtt. ,- . ... i '
Those Tea Pin BalIs.-JVorthinff
Ls a new sr.pply of ten pin balls tc fill
C Vacancy occasioned' by those. that
fvamoused the ranch" tW other night,
hey are "No. 1 ; made, the the Judge
lys, "ly a, rqan in St. Jo., ho has fol
Wed the business for thirty-years."
i political Text Book for 1S60: com-
risine a vriei view ui m
He National Plafforms ever yet adopted :
lso a history of the struggle respecting
la very in the Territories,'' and the act of
Lngress as to the freedom of the public
tnds, 'with the n ore notable speeches and
Lor. TYiMfrlfl. -Lincoln. Bell, Cass,
eward, Everett, .Breckinridge, H. V.
ohnson, etcM' etc.', touching the questions
f the day; and returns of all i'resiaen-
U elections nnce 1836;" 248 pages,
rice $1 00. We . arc . indebted to the
ub'lisiuTS for a copy of this invaluable
ooV! Address Tribune Association,
Cew York. .
CasscII's Illustrated Works. We
ave received No. 6 "Casscll's Illustrated
family Bible," Ekodus, XXXVII, Levit
us XllI, inclusive.- The illustrations are
rnro-nriate and well executed. '-Thefcin
ITering of ignorance;" 4,Death of Na-
"ab and AWbu," and "The Leper," are
nost, admirably' designed. This is the
heapest work -of the kind ever offered to
!he pi-blic; 15 cents each number. We
hope to see a good tlub made up in this
j We have also bfcfore us rCasstlPs Pop
dar Illustrated Xaiural History," pol
ished son.i-motithly, on the 1st and 15ih
';( each month ; 32 pages, 15 cents each.
We hope a good dub will be made "up' In
ry IO! J is' -"j-l.-IlEPQBTED
St the St. J9oph, Brownrijlvned VcTTCT'1Te,e2raPi,
OJict corner of Afatn and
j his place for Cassell's works. Thf y are
jieservingl . Specimen copies can be seen
nt this office.
The vNews" charges that our corres
pondent, "Douglas Democrat" is a Re
publican. We have only to say that he
U as sound a Douglas Democrat as ever
rod fchoe leather, and if there be any
that doubt it, his name can be had, if ne
cessary. ' .
A Chance Tor R. W- Furnas.
"We wish to iiMvhnM the Brownville Adee rtiter
N"wpiT Kscaljivhmont, on the following terns.
V will uaiue one 'rM!cr; the owner of that -rT
to name niher,the two, together, name a third
I'he appmiserg stall estimate the raluo of the estaU
imhment, and we will give our note, with security
to b avpmvrd by the njiprninert, for double the ap
jraieed vbIuc of th? tMHblishmcnt, payable when
fm7 0- iefclrHto the thirty-tecenth Cuti-
rrtti. 1'oeioii to be given before tbe lit day of
ROBERTSON 4 CLARK.
' Ohahl, Septrraber 15th, lbGO.
.If the olject of Messrs. Uobertso
5c, Clark be to "dry up" the Advertiser
before ihe election, we have only to say:
"Doctor, that little thing tan'i be did."
If, however, the proportion is made in
jood faith, and tv .back the opinions of
Uie publishers as to their belief in the
anal result between Daily and Morton,
-ve will see that it is accepted, with the
:'ollowiDg alterations, viz: The price
'greed upon by the apptaisers to be de
posited in 'Bank, subject to the order of
.riend,, whom we may select, when it is
ascertained S. G. Daily is re-elected to
Congress as delegate from Nebraska;
Possession to '-be given when it is ascer
tained S. G. Daily is or is not re-elected
. We are "not around" giving immedi
ate possession, and taking "slow notes'?
t ( 0aiia, September jl 7, JSCQ.
' The fWthrcugh' mail' from Denver
City, reached here Saturday night, with
dates to thevClh'inst7tTbe Viance ccm
miitee ws waging a-war of extermina
tion aeainst the gamblers and theives.
t -n-h-prp' huncr bv them on the sixth.
One cf whom was taken from the ttage
while on his wav' to the Misscrati Tirer.
Several, who had incurred the displeas
ure of the Vivilance Committee, reahec
this city last night. .
The miners, here, generally declared
in favor -of the old protintional govern
, The Mail Coach Jeft this city for rea
ver last etening; with the mail and seven
through passengers. .
.United States Marshal Moore, just in
from the West, reports an attack by the
Sioux on a Pawnee Tillage,- one hundred
miles west.of 1 ere on .the 14th insu A
running fight for eight or ten miles en
sued, which was still raging when he left.
The Pawnees had taken five or six scalps
and secured five or six horses. One
Pawnee killed. '
New Orleans, Sept. 17.
The Spanish -War Steamer, Francisco,
nrrived at New Orleans on the 17th from
Truxillo, and reports that the British
Steamer Icamo, with a transport and
troops, under General Alrese, proceeded
to the place where Walker's army were
encamped. The boats of the Icamo pro
ceeded up the river anl captured Walker
and seventy men.' T-ey were then con
veyed to Truxillo, and delivered to the
Honduras authorities. Walker's men
were very destitute, end many were sick.
They Were permitted to return to the
United States on. condition they would
never engage in another expedition a
gainst Central America. Walker and
Col. Rudler wereto be shot. , t v ; - v
Lea veicwortii, September 18.
Gordon the allcdged murderer, who
recently escaped from Denver, and who
has been in the custcdy of the Unite!
States Marshall for some two years past,
had an examination yesterday before
Judge Pettit- of -the United States Dis
trict Court, which resulted in his dis
charge for want of jurisdiction. It hav
ing teen shown that Denver, where the
murder was committed. - is in Morton,
and not in Arrappahoe County, a's was
supposed.' : This decision leaves the n'ti
zens tif the Pike's Teak Rej:oti outside
of Arrappahoe County, without any law
whatever. Immediately after the dis
charge of the prisoner threats of lynch
ing were made, end an, o ited crowd
gatnered around the Court Koom. cor
don, however, was taken to the jnl for
safety, under the protection of tbe Sher
iff and dty; officers. L.ce in the even
ing a body of his friends undertook to
remove him thence but were immediate
ly surrounded by an excited crowd shout
ing, "Hang him ! Hang him," The
friend? of law and order, under the lad
of Mayor McDowell and other officers
succeeded in preventing the mob from
proceding to extremeties. Gordon was
ajfain placed in jail for safety. He was
badly bruised and cut during the melee, L ji JA
and others were somewhat injured. The tLi o?Guq
, i :cr r a i r ... 1
sheriff cf Arrappahoe County, who ar
rived in town during the tumult, was bad
ly iuiured by a blow on the head. Gor
don has been rearrested on a justices war
rant, and will be taken back to Denver
by sheriff Meddaugh as soop as his in
juries will permit.
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MAIN STREET, BROWN VILLE, N. T.
Tskes pleasure ia annjuncln that be bas D&Won hatid, a larje and select ttock cf every art cle labia line.
Of all the Improved pater; viz: Plymouth Kock, Charter Oak. Talley Forgo, Elevated Oren, &c.
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, somo of which are entirely new designs, via
Cook and Parlor stoves, sumethiug very nice Indeed for small families
HEAVY SHEET IRON FOE SUGAR BOIL EES
AndXarge Cast Iron Kettles from 8 to 22 gallons.
Coal and Lard Oil Lamps Brass Coiper, and sheet Iron Ware; Lan'e n-, ShovelJ, &c
JAPANNED WARE, t
I have procured tbcrifht to tnannfacttrre a late simple and improved self-sealing Fruit Can to which I call the
attention of the publics AUfcf which I pledge myself to tell at as fair raies andou a accomodatin? terms as
any other establishment in tLis region of the country
I am prepared to put up (ruttering and upoutiug and all other work of my lino attho shortest notice, and in a
workmanlike mannc, whkli 1 warrant lo (live satinfactiou.
I pledge myself not to be nud irsold in the upper country J. C. DECSEB.
Brownville, August, 33 i860.
"Pii Tjirn r
. . frrx '" Zir
La ala iJ i n II liai'Wj . .
Read Rankin's SPEECH.$2
More Falsehoods- -
' The Nebraska City Xews is becoming
is famous for its. lying propensities as
Its "superior iu rank," the Mraskian.
Reynolds is proving himself an apt schol
ar, and if ho continues to progress in the
futurejis in the few weeks past, the "pu
pil will outstrip the tutor" very soon, and
'Othello's occupation" will be "goie."
The few copies of the -Vnr s sent gratu
itously to this place are shown around by
even Democrats as carricatures ia news
paperdon ; the articles cited to as uncon
iroieriable evidence" of ."addled Vrain,"
and "total depravity." A manwho so
far fonrcts his race, his constituents, his
country, or himself even so small a spec
,imen of husiaoity as Reynolds as to
ask the Legislature to pass a law placing
negroes and Indians on a perfect eduali
ty with the white people of this; country,
will do and say almost anytliin,
.The' News, in commenting on our re-
,jiy to :ts tlaoderous insinuation that S500
cash, "procured" . Furnas for 1 Daily
uv ttik anuuru to aoove is a matter
of general -understanding,- of 'common
street talk in Brownuille. So wo h
it Irpm one of the most honorable men ia
iaai place." ; .
"That's another lie, told for politica
purposes" and manufactured out of "whole
rioth," by Reynolds, who rever received
-cy such iaformaiioa fro.-n any "fr?-ora
r t .,, : .
nan n uroisxviii
NJEW A DYE R T 1 S E 51 E K T S .
Isjhcreor plve n that I will not pay a note of hand
Flven by me to William nays for the sura of tea dollars,
as I have nt roceived any consideration therefor. The
aidn..te isdited some time In f.nenst. i860.
Spt.20 I 860. 3t , BEN'J L. BALDWIN
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On Saturday, the 6th of October, 1S60.
The town of Anin wall is boautifullv loc.at?! on
the Missouii Iliver, in Nemaha County, 'ebriska
ierriiory. on tbe upper end .f what ia know as the
uait tsreed Keserve. The town is well located for
the back countrj trade, possesses the best Steamboat
Landing on the Missouri River at ve Fort Leaven
worth, together with all other facilities for building
up m, iowu, fuib as bu.ne, lumber and Stone LoaJ.
There are already built and occupied fifteen good
substantial Houses, together with two good Dry
(ioods Stores, two Groceries. Llacksmith Shon. n.d
id, ixu in aia town will b old tithe
highest bidder Without reserTB. Thnsn wishlr o tr
purchase cannot but be pWed with the location cf
me town, ana tne surrounding country, for many
"ow e4u.ie wosi oi tue iiissoun Kiver.
And will le made known on the day of Zali.
By crderxf the Town Company. '
A. S. BALLARD, Pres.
September 20th, '60. collet
nh IT .n
CMOICEBOTTLB , WOKS,
Claret Wine. '.;"
Old Rye, :
Irish Whiskey, - '
; " Porter,
- . . . " Gin Cock Tail, ,
Saddle Bag Whisky,
: Curraco, &c.
The mbscriber wishes to announce to the rublie,
that he s prejared to winter one to two hundred
neaaox cattle, and would rospectfully request those
x.rc.i,,,g cmue itepi me .cotnmg winter, to addre
him atP,rownviUt.Kebrtuk3. . II. (LM1MCK.
iirownvuie, Aug. Uth. 18G0. 4t-
Carpentry Blade Easy.
Thirty-eight plates, two hundred fl
practical and valuable book for farmers exUnt. Tells
uw vo onna earns, and n,m. RriHr.. i w
v"-"-- uuaoeipnia. Agents wanted.
!)., xk- 11-
The First and Last Dun.
Vehee say to ' all persons owing os. cither bv
note or aeoount, we must have our pay. iu wheat or
Money by the first of October next. No exertions.
Ours is a cash business: therefore, when we do ttA.
it, the pay must come when we need it; ami we will
need it by the above named date.
d. j. luirrix co.
Brownville, August 23, 1SC0.
Money To Loan.' '
Persons wishing to borrow money, can he accom
modated by applying to the undersigned. Reliable
security required, H. M. AKISSOST.
.41 jj mt s
FOR -IFLISIM8!? ! !
MaiiiBctocnlst L 2dSt's. ,:
BiiOWNVIl.LE. x.t. '
For terms, apply at this office or to
J"E 17 E L R Y .
Come and see
M l T
aad Secure Bargains.
Q:m .T53E: HULIL.'
aV aperient anu S;oniac5iio preraratiun ol I It OX
purirletlor Oxyiren and Cjirbi.n by coniUti.-tiou la hjur
aen. - Sanctioucl by the hitbe-i .Medical Authorities,
both iu Europe and tbe United States, and prescribed
I in their practice.
The experience cf thousands daily proves that no
preparation or Iron can l.e compared with it. Impuri
ties of the Mood, depression of vital enei rv, pale an
otherwise tirkly c liuplexion indicate its iieceity
almost every cunceivaWo ca.-e.
IuuuXions in alt maldic.s in which it has been tried,
has proved abolntely curative in each o; the following
In Debility, Xcrvous Affections,
Emaciation, Dyspepsia, Consti
pation, Scro Iu lus Tuberculosis,
ralt II he inn, JZisnienstruation,
Whites, IiIorcsij, Liter Com
plaints, Iltacumatlsm, Chronic
Headache s, Sntcrniittent Ferers,
Pimples on the race, &c.
In casesof GKXERAL DKUILlTi', wbclher the result
of acute disease, or or cutitiuucd diminution of nervous
and muscular energy I rum chronic uumplaints, one trial
of thjs restorative has proved succeful to aa exteut
which no description nor written attestation would
render credible. Invalids so loug bed-ridden as to have
become forgotten in their own neighborhoods, bave sud
denly re-appeaned in the busy world as if just returned
from protracted travel in a distant land. Some very
signal instances of thl kind arc attested of female
sufferers, emaciated victim of apparent marasmus,
sanguiueuus exhaustion, critical changes, and that com
plication of nervous and dyspeptic aversion to air and
exercise for which (he physician bas no name.
In KEltVOL'S AFFECTIONS cf all kinds, and for
reasons familiar to medical men, the operation of this
preparation of iron must netessarily be salutary, for,
unlike tbe o.d oxides, it Is vigorously tonic, without
being exciting and overheating; and gently, regularly
aperient, even in the liio-it obstinate cases or costlveness
without ever bein a pastric purgative, or inflictitg a
It is ibis latter property, amons others, which makes
it so icmarkabiy effectual and perwanent a remedy for
Pilet, upon which it also appears to exert adisiinct and
specltic action, by dUpersiiiK the local tendency which
Ju DYSPEPSIA innumerable as are its causes, a single
box of these Chalybeate fills has otteu si meed for the
most habitual cases includiii tLe attecdaut Costiveness
In v.iic'jeciced DIARRHOEA, even wheti advanced to
DYSEXTAP.Y, continued, piniciaiiiijr, and apparently
miiKn int. tbe effects have been equally decisive and
Iu the local pins, loss of flesh and strength, debilli
tatinscouch, and remittent hectic, which generally In
dicate INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, this remedy has
allayed tbe alarm f friends and physicians, lu several
very irratifvinz and interesting instances.
In SCnoFCLOUS TUBERCULOSIS this medicated
Iron has bad farm .ire tbjii the gixnis effects of the most
cautiously balsnced preparations of iodine, without any
of their well known liabilities.
The attention of females catinot be too confidently In
viteJ to this remedy and restorative, in the cases pecu
liarly atTec: in ihem.
In UUEUMAT1SM, both chrmic and inflammatory in
the la'ier however, more decidedly it has been iuvari
bly well reported, both as alleviating pain and reducing
the swellings and stiff nes of the joints and muscles.
In P'rEIOllTTENT FEVERS it must necessarily be
a urent remedy and energetic restorative, and its pro
gress in the nevir settlements of tbe West, will probably
be one 'f hish rem wn and usefulness.
No remedy has ever been discovered In the whole his
tory of median, which exerts such prompt, happy, and
fully restorative effects Good appetite complete dijies
tioti. rapid acquisition of strength, with an unusual dis
position for active ami cheerfnl exercise.
Put up in flat metal boxe containing 60 pills, price 50
cants per box; for sale by druggists and dealers. Will
be sent free to anv address on receipt of the price. Al
letters, orders, etc., i-honld be addressed ta
UKN. AGENTS, 20 Cedar st.,N. T.
At!7t!St 2. '60 ly. - '
50.000 02S TS COL ITATi'
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
" JOHN A- PON1T,"
.. Has Removed
T?rrn hi? Old 3ttnd cn the LeTea to ,
VtTHITXJI!Y'3 NEW ELOCH,
BROWXVILE A T.
Where t e has opened i
SStrayed or stolen from tLe subscriber on the 8th
of June last, a dark hay iu:trc. 3 jenrs old; no white
ab-iut her; marked by the collar on top of "neck: ?mall
size, but not n poney; said to be raised near Ere-
mont county Iowa, to where she may have returned.
Sf; libernl reward will be given for information
that wil Head JO bcr discovery. WM. T. DEN.
July 19, 2.tf, .Crownville. Nebraska.
Martha Meek, 1
V3 ) Divorce.
Samuel II. Meek, j
Xnmalia county Diatrict Court, nf the S.eond Ju
dicial District. Ktlraala Trrritorn.
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The defendant in this case Siimuel HMeek, will tnko
notice that on the 11th day of AngustA D. 1860,
the plaintiff filed a petition against him praying for
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a aivorce unu uneven among otner imngs tor saiu
divorce, pros neglect of duty and total abandon
ment! .inil th;lt s.lirl ntitlnn will hn f.,r bcnrinr.
at the next term of the J)istrict Court oftho2oi
Judicial Ui-'lrict in cnaha county of Nebraska
Territory, to be beunand held in lirownville on th'S
24th day of Septeuiber, 1300.
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31 A U 1 11 A. .Ml'.LJV.
T.y -I. D.N.Thotnpaon, her Atty.
Brownville. Anz. l5,-4t.
The Persian Fever Charm.
For the prevention and cure of Fever and Ague and
Bilious Fevers. This wonderful remedy was b.'ought to
the knowledge of the present proprieors by a f rind who
has been a great ti aveler in Fersia and tbe Holy Land.
Whilezoins down the rcver Euphrates, he experienc
ed a severe attack of Fevor and Azua. Ou discovering
his condii ion, one of the Roatmen too from his pocket
an Amulet, saying "Wear this and no Fever will touch
you." Although Incredulous as to Its virtues; he com
plied, and experienced immediate reiief, and has since
alwcys foiind it an effectual protection from all mala
On fnrther investigation he found that the boatman
attributed to it miraculous powers. "and said that it only
could be obtained from the priest or the sun. Sometime
afierwards, the Kentleman In conversing with a Priest
obtained from him tbe secret of its preparation, and as
certained where the medicinal herbs were found, of
which it was compounded. The wonderful virtues of
this article bave induced a full belief In the minds of
the natives in the miraculous healing powers of their
Since his return lo America, it has been tried wnn
the happiest effect by several Lidies and Gentlemen of
high character, who have given it tbe most unqualiUcd
paolse. This remedy having been a specific in Persia
for hundreds of yer. for the prevention andcureos
Fever and Ague and Billions Fevers is now offered to
tbe Amorica a People.
It will be pent by mail prepaid, with full directions
fooss, ou receipt of one dollar.
Principal Depot ond manufactory, 188 Main Stleet,
Richnioud. Virginia. Branch Office, Bank of Cemmerce
Building, New York.
Addresss, JOHN WILCOX & Co
July, 6th ly
By order of the Prolate C"rt of Xenuiha Conptj,
On tho thirteenth lUy of Oct., A. D. 1800,
at one o'clock. F M. of said day. before the door of
the Po?t office, in tbo ity of Pern, in Nemaha Coun
ty, y. T., will be sold to the highest bidder, the
following described real estate, as the property of
NeheininhStie;.dccefted,toi-wit:the west half of the
north-west quarter.f section no five township no six,
north of ranjro no fifteen, east of the sixth principal
meridian, in Nemaha county. Also, tho west half of
the south-east quarter of section no thirty-two, town
ship no seven, north of range fifteen, cast of the
sixth principal meridian, in Otoe county. Also, the
f-.llowing lots in Pern Nemaha county, to-wit: Lots
from omTto twelve, inclusive, in block no forty-three
as designated m the recorded platt of said town.
Terms of rale, o'-e half dowa 'and the balance in
'x month, to be semi:. J by mortgage on 'hn premi
se. J. M. LONGFELLOW.
HrnwrvUle. Pep. f. lSi)0-$7.
Luihbangh & Carson,
Tl. B. Stout and James W. Colemnn.
NOTICE i? hereby given, that by virtue of an
execution issued by the Clerk of the District Court
of Nemaha codnty, Nebraska Territory against
11. B. Stou t and James W. Colem in and in favor
of Lushbttuph & Car?on for the sum of one hun
dred and sixteen dollars and thirty-three cents, I,
J. B.Wells, Sheriff of Nemalyi County. Nebraska
Terri tory, have levied upon, and will offerfor stile,
at public auction, nt the door of the house in which
the last term of the District Court for Ncmnha
countv, Nebraska Territory, was held in Brown
villein said county, on Saturday, the 2'Jth day
of September A. D. I8i0. nt one o'clock r. M.,of
aaid day, and will sell, to the highest bidder for ens h
in hand the following described property, to-wit J
the north-west quarter of section thirty-two, town
fir j, north of Range sixteen, east, except thirty-two
acres off of the west side of the northwest quarter
of sail qnartcr section, with all the improvements
thereon, levied upon ns the property of James W.
Coleman and will be sold to satisfy said execution.
J. B. WELLS,
Sheriff of Nemaha w.nnty.
by B. B. THOMPSON, Deputy.
Brownville. A.iT.ro,18oO. $7.0
BrcivijsiUe, Au just, S0 1SO0-
Strayed frmthe .-ubriber, a f ur-year old cow
Earmarks: crop off one. slit in the other, consid.'ra
Vd wh;tn nhnutthefae.fi: -white on breast; horns ra
ther on tbo stag order. Ncnrly all the busby pnrt of
the tail is torn off. Has with her a youDg eaif.
A liberal reward will be paid for her delivery, or
informatwn that will lead to her recovery.
Drownville, A a. '16, I860. l-$t-
ST A VL.U AX 13 FtX V V
A Large Stock f Choice Family
And a fine assortment of
Spice, . -Peppers,
A well selected Slock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
UEENS WA R E,
Boots and Shoes.
i Two Extensive Wcclen Factories
ONE NEW AND FITTED
lYith all Vtt Latest Fii.z Jinprovexu::.!:.
Vmj are prj art-d t- mannf icture to crur,t!il
Lave f..r !e t!i fol!r iii2 tit-od.-:
T WEEDS, FLA JEWELS
WHITE, COLORED, STUIPDD AND I'LAIN
2La Z xa. o y a
Fulled Ilnsejs, Colored TThlto
and .Mixed, 1 1-2 Yards wide.
Blankets of ali Kinds asd all Q:a!?.!:3,
YARNS OF ALL SIZES AND COLOr.3,
Warranted all Goods of the best material.
J3?Wc wi"l exchange the above Goods forTTtol
Fancy Dylnsr to Order.
We will par cash for any amount of Wool, at
Flour constantly oii hand for sale. The tosi j;'
paid "f jf wheat. -"
N.'atEL JL SON. - EUELLA DIXON.
Acjust, 2:5, 1860.
KOTICE i hereby given tt.t Fifreen Hundred Doller
WiM be avpruprutevi rroni tho CVr.utj FuuJ for Hie pur
pose vf cuiitructii.g County .Jjii. SuUiect, buwever,
to the tietijloii of the voters ol 'emalMi Couaty tt t&
coming October eloctioo.
T. W. EKEFOUD, Co. Cl'k.
Xo. I composed ol To us 5 &
3 " " 8
north fractional fcf. 5
4 a fraction of town. 6
6 composed of
niS knowledge of the traie and wants of the people
of ikvwnvil!e at:d vicinity enablen biru to make judiri
ius purchases expressly for this market. He asks a;i
esaniinatl.m of his Stock, feelin? assure he will be
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
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NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual Klee
thjn for Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory, will b
hell at the several voting precinct of laid ccunty
on the Oih Jay, being the 2nd Tuesday cf October,
or the purpose cf electing ;he followice oCScen, to
wit: One Delegate to Cocgre?s ;
One Councilman to tho Territorial Legislatare;
Four Representatives to Territorial Legislature;
One Corouer :
OueCoonty Commissioner fcrCommiMionen Dil
trict No. 3. T.W.liEDFJKD, Clerk.
Brownville, Aug. 30th, 1SS0.
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We Will Purchase Wheat
As money is scarce, we will pay in goods for wheat
65 cents per bushel : and for flour $2,75 per hundred
pounds. We will furnish sacks for wheat and re
ceive it, either at our Store in Brownville or at
Slelvin's Mills. D. J. MAIiTlNA CO.
Brownville, Oct. 20. 1S50. otP-5
AT LESS THAN COST!!
We will cell our p'tock of
ladies' Summer Dress Goods,
Gentlemen's Summer Goods,
Bonnets, Straw Hats, &c.,
J.X Ijcss tliaxx Coot,
In exchange for cash, Wheat, Flour, Shelled Corn
and Bacon. D J. MARTIN & Co.
N. B. Come and see X3 as wo are dctrnnned to
Sell the above goods at some price in preference to
keeping them over until next t pring.
D. J. MARTIN, 4 Co.
WHEREAS, Joseph Shittz. has been appointed
General Administrator cf the Estate of Ueorgi
Englehardt. deceased, lata of Nemaha County, notice
is hereby given that I havo appointed Saturday,
September the 15th. 1C0. as the day for hearing
claims gnint slid Estate: all persons havinge!aim3
against said estate are hereby uo iCed to -'ave them
on Cle on or before that day or they may forever be
debarred frotn rccoverinz such claims.
Given under my hand and oScial seal this 23th
day of June, A D, 1S60.
CYRUS W. THIEELFK,
51-12t$13fee, Probate Judge.
I860 TAXES. I860
In accordance with sections 3t and 33, papes 240 and
241, General Lavs of Xebra.-k i. fifth esiun. I wiil at
tend at the fi'.!wins places at the times designated, for
the purpose ft ifcevia? Taxes :
Klection Prcc!r. :t No. 1, Poru, September 14 and 15.
" " 2, Gienrock, ' 17 IS.
' " ' 3. Honchins, 19 " ?0.
" " ' 4. B..rchers, " 21 " 22.
' ' 6 Cdiins. " 2i " 29.
" ' 6 Krownville, " 24 " 25.
' " 7. XemttiaCity " 26 " 27.
"SEC. 3f. Itthallto the Treasurer's dnty to attend
at the usu.-ii pUces of huline eictai..ns in ech pretinci
in bis auniy fr tw.) d.iys dm ioir the monih nf Seyteni
her. from 9 a. ar. to 4 P. m. of eaciidy. for the purpose
of receiving taxes from any person who Bhaall at thit
time wish ! mikepjynent " &c.
"Sec. 33. Us-bail be the duy of eveT person snb
ject to taxation under tLU law to attend at the places
and time'f the Tr 'usurer's sitting tn his precinct for
the purp f e of receivins taxes, and then py the same,
or t' attend at some other time within the two months
allowed, when tho Treasurer is not en ?ed in collerfir.g
taxes in any of the precinct, at the Treasurer's OSce
attheCnnty ceu." &.c.
Sec. 89. "After the first day of Xoveruoer the en
paid taxes of be cirrent year, becjime delinquent, and
shall draw interest at the rate of fifty percent per aji
num." lie. JACOB STEICSLEtt. Treasnrer.
Brownville, Sept. lit, lSiO,
Lloffat's Life Fills
These medicines have now been before the public for .
a period of thirty years, and during that time have
maintained a hih character iu almost every part of tt '
Globe, f-r their extraordinary and immeJial. power of
restoring perfect health toj.erons suffering under near
ly every kmd cf disease to which the human frame la
The following aresnmoof the distressing variety cf
htimsn diseases in which the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are wpll known to bo infallible.
D'jtpeptia, by tlioronuhly cleansing tbe first and ave
nl t,niucb, and crcaliog atiow of pure healthy tnia,
instead of the stale acrid kind , Flalultncy, Lota of Ap
petite, near. bum, Headache, r.estlessoe, lU-tuipor,
Anxiety, languor, and Melancholy, which are lha ea
eral symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vaniob, aa a natual
conseor.euce of its cure.
Coitiv meat, by cleansing the wkole length of the la
testines with a solvent prccesa, and wttuoCt violancei
all violent purges leave the bowels costive within tw
Fevert, of all kiodB, ty restoring the bleed to a raga
lar circulation, through the prvecia of perspiration la
uch cases, and the thorough, solution of all intestinal
obmructlou in others. "
The Life Medicine have been known to enre JUtuna
titn permanently in :hree week. and C'ouf la halt
that time by removing local inf! junuatica rrom tLe niui
cles and ligameut from the join's.
Drop$ie Of all kinds, by freeing and strengthenlnt
tht kidneys and bladder ; they operate mot delightful
ly on these important organs, uu l hence have everbeea
found a certain reuiCuj for the worst cases of Gravel.
Also Worms, by dis)odir)g from the turnings of the
bowei the slimy matter to which tbese creatures ad
here. Scurvy. Ulcersznt Inveterate Sorer, by theperfeet
purity which these Life Medibiues give to the blood, and
and all the humors. -
Scorbutic Eruptions and bad complexions, by their al
ternative effects upon the fluids that feed the i kin, and
the morbid state of which occasions all eruptive com
plaints, sail jw, clod ly, andother disagreeable complex
ion, Tbe useof these pills for a very short time, will e3act
an entirecureof Salt Rheum aud striking improve
ment, in the clearues of tbe skin. Common Cold j n4
Influenza will always be cured by one dose, or by two la
tb worsi cases.
PILES. The original proprietor of these medicine,
wascuredof plies of thirty-Bve yeara Handing, ry tt
useof the Life Medicines alone.
Fever ana Ague For this sconrre cf th Weitera
Country, these Medicines will be found a safe, speedy
and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the system
subject to a return of the disease a cure by these mei-
lillioiis Keers and Liver Complaints. General Ve
Mlity. loss of appetite, and Diseases cf Females ti
Medicines have been used with tbe most beneficial re
sults in cases of this description: Kings Evil, and Scrof
ula in its worst forms, yields to the mild, yet powtr
ful action of these remarkable Medicines. NigbtSweta
Nervous debility. Nervous Complaints of all kinds, FiU
pitation of the heart, Painter's Colic, are speedily cur
ed. Mercurial Diteatet Persons whose constitutes
have become impaired by the tnjudiciout nie of Msrcury
will Ond these Medicines a perfect cure, aa the- never
fail to eradicate from the system, all the effects ef th
Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most powerful prep
arations cf Sarsaparllla. W. B. MOFFaT.
335, Broadway, Xew Tork.
July 5, 18C0, ly
SUErAH 'EiOB HILLS
I HAVE made arrangement! with DOrGLAS
BROTHERS, Zanesville, Ohio, the only establishment
In the United States, engaged exclusively la the manu
facture cf Sorgho Sugar Mills, Evaporators, 4.C., by
which I ran furnish the farmers in this region with those
much needed articles. Tie Douglas Sugjr Mill and Ap
parstos were awarded tbe First Premium at the Ohio
State Fair; an 1 the highest honor at the United Statu
Agricultural Society,-a sliver medal. I am confident
Farmers or Xebraxka, Kansas, Northern Missouri a&4
S-xubem Iowacan find no other to suit theta better
either in price or otherwise.
Capacity and Prico cf I-IiLb.-Tnrte
Iron Kellers in Strong Iron Frazs. ,
No C One Horse Vertical Mill presses from Ji
to 30 gallons of juice per hour ; price (10
do 1 One horse Vertical presses from 25 to 49
gallons of Juce per hour ; price O
Same as No 1 ; extra heavy. 6J
do a Two horse Vertical presses from S5 to Q
gallons of juice per hour; light drift U
do 3 TvVohorse Vertical (double gearei) press
es from 35 to 50 gallons juice per hour, heavy
do 4 Two horse Vertical (single geared) presr
es frcm 50 to 75 gal Ions of juice per Lour J
heavy draft ICO
do 6 Four horse Vertical -ing!e geared)
ritv from 100 to 125 gallons per bocr ltd
do ft To "horse lloruutal (ba k geared) suita
ble to attach to Threshing M.blne or other
power, presses from 40 to 60 gallcm cl
juice per hour 10
d 7 Two horse--XIorixontal, with vertical shaft
to apply lever to. worked by horses same aa
Vertical, presses 40 to 60 gallons per hour
do 3 ?our horse Horizontal fack t ?arel) suit
able to attach toThre-hlig Mathiae or other
power, pree 73 to 100 gallons per bosri U-
do J Six horse norijontal (back geared) ca!ci
lated for water or steam power, rea'iy for
the belt, and wish capacity to worx ol a crop
of from 15 to 20 acres of Cane, Ii3
Works. Zanesville. Ohio.'
We are now prerared to marjv.facture onr Premium.
Sugar-Cane 1WUU. either Verticil or Horizontal, aad
will be abl to supply the tjemand, however larse.
We are also manr.fjrtriring Dou!as' Imjroved rap
orator, and also Pot;,; ias St cam Sugar Evaporator, and
are prepared i furnish every article of the best quali
ty, and at iu derate rstrs, rtinirrd In the manufsctar
FRICES 5t '50. $?0 1"0. and upward. Price of
Furra;es ar.d Evaporators, $50 to $I0O.
.i:a!an and P.imphlets furnished on applicatlcu.
All orders addressed to the tinder-igned will le prompt
ly attended to. DOUGLAS LKOTIIrK,
ap'l-ly ZanesviUc, Ohio.
(Formerly from Seneca Conntv, Ohio,)
ATT0KNEY AT LAW,
Xl-lolxa-arclfsoxx Oo., XT. ITa
July 25, 1S50.
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