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BROWNV1LLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER ll, 1860.
. Vr'e find it impossible to get out a regu- TIlC Election 111 XCEUlIia.
Ur paper this week. We therefore is- The flection which took place in this
"sue on extra, merely containing election county on Tuesday lasr, resulted in the
cevs success of the entire Republican Ticket.
1 ' The friends of each candidate did their
EEe&P tilC IPCOpIe ! vcrV UsU The Principal race amongthe
county candidates uas between Tipton
llort'S 250 MajOrilj III DonglaS an(J Plasters, candidates for Council
' "In Jl Horn." koth Calient men with warm friends,
who left cot an inch of ground unturned.
The 150 Majority in Otoe The vote, as win be seen, was close.
Mr. Tipton's vote in Johnson, however,
will give him a handsome majority in
the district. While he must feel-gratified
with the fact that he won the race, he
cannot loose sight of another fact, viz:
he beat a good man: one of Nemaha
county's best citizen's.
The whole ticket elected is composed
of first rate men, and sound on the polit
ical issues of the day. In our regular
issue he will speak of them in detail.
.That Omaha "Blaze" Flickered.
"OLD FUilC" Oil H!S HEAD.
Buchanan has disposed of his interest in
LET THE '-FELLERS HOLLER."
. - Morton "Some Mush on a Rag"
Babbett ; Democrats : Lehara, Cooper,
Johnson, Morgan, Laseer, Ancona, Mc.
Kintry, short term.
Columbus, O., Oct. 10.
Ohio. Large Rep. gains, majority
20,000 and upwards. The Rep. Congress
men, far as heard from, are Gur ly, Hor
ton, Trumbull ; Dem. Pendleton, Vallmg
ingham, Allen, Cox, Morris, Noble.
Indianapolis, Ind Oct. 10.
Indiana. Upwards of 10,000 majori
ty for the Republican State ticket. Legis
lature largely Republican. For Congress
Rep. Dunn, Julian, Porter, "Whiter,
Colfax, Mitchell, NobJe, Shanks ; Inde
pendent. Davis and Peabody.
NEW GOODS. D. J. Martin & Co.
J. Ponn, and Berry & Co. have recieved
a staving big lot of new goods; Co and
see for yourselves.
TStereas, on tbe 19th day of June, a d IS5S, Lerr.nel
M. Ilodgdon, for tbe purpose of securing to iiagdelen
Smith, or hearer, the mmol two hundred and eighty
three, dollar, as evidenced by his promissory note bear
ing date as aforesaid, payable twelve tucntbsafter date,
conveyed to the undersigned John L. Carson in trust, the
following described real estate in Richardson county, Ne
braska Territory, to-wit: northeast quarter of section
34 township 3 north of range fourteen east of tlieCta.
And, whereas it is provided in said Deed of Trust if
the sum so secured to said Magdalena Smith was u.,t paid
her by the 19th day of June, A D 1859, the undesigned
was authorized to sell the property therein conveyed,
after advertising the same thirty days in some newspa
per printed in the Territory of Nebraska, at public auc
tion at the door of the office of the County Clerk of Ne- '
maha county, in Brownville, Nebraska, to execute a
deed to the purchaser to pay off the amount therein se
cured with interest, costs, expenses and a reasonable at
torney's fee; ard to hold the remainder subject to tho
order said of Ilodgdon.
And, whereas the said Lemuel M. IIod;:don has failed
to pay said note or any part thereof ; therefore : Notice
is hereby given that by virtue of the authority to me given
by said Deed of Trust I will on Monday, October 29th,
1SC0, at tbe door of the office of the County Clerk of Ne
maha county, in Brownville, Nebraska, between tho
hours of 8 o'clock M and 6 o'clock p Mo? said day, sell
the said real estate at public auction to the highent bid
der for cash, and upon such sale and payment of tbe pur
chase money will make execute and deliver to the pur
chaser or purchasers thereof a deed or deeds for said
real estate JOHN L. CARSON, Trustee.
Brownville, S. T., Sept. 26th, 1860. 12-4t-$10
Tlicra 'Utile Dings"
That "Irresponsible Legislature"
GOXE "To Hell," SURE.
Daily's Tote In Nemaha.
Wliile Daily's majority falls very little
Tfco "Jsckass of Liberty" in "Good beIo;v what il Avas lat 'ear his vote in
Condition." the county is much larger. In what is
. " now Brownville precinct, .last year he re-
TIIAT "MURSHEEN" RUNNIN' eeived but 94 votes. This year he gets
12G. Last year, in what was then Peru
precinct, he received tut 148 votes. This
year 153. St. Frederick, last year he
, Lippard s Works for Salo! year in Lcngs precincthe rewired is
votes; this year 23 all handsome gains.
S-A-M-U-E-L AROUND! Lastyearhe had 84 voles in Nemaha
, " r " . ,. . . , City, this year but 79, a loss of five.
The "Managene" Busted and the "Mon- . Jt . . . - ,
. . sljji jjves "1S majority in the county is decreased
. ' by residents on the Half Breed Land vot-
Uorton's "Republican German ing, and nearly unanimously for Morton.
Stumper gens back to St Joseph, In our f Finioa widens cn Indian res
LIISOTJTI 1 1 ! ervatiops have no more right to vote in
. Nebraska than have the people of Mis-
Qf course the Delegate vote, so far as'souri cr Iowa. They are not taxed and
heard from, is most gratifying to the aid in no way in supporting our organi
friends of Mr. Daily. While we con- zations. The Organic Act, in describing
fidently expected Daily would be re-elect- our Territorial boundaries, expressly
ed, we confess the vote, in counties heard excepts Indian reservations. As we have
from, exceeds our must sanguine expec- triumphed even against this vote, we. are
iati'ons. The treatment, however, re- not disposed to complain very loud ; but
ceived by the people of Nebraska from there is a question to be decided in re
the Administration and its supporters has gard to it, and we hope it will be done,
'been sufficient to cause an uprising among Had the Half Breed vote not been al-
the people. The result of this election lowed, Daily's majority would have been
teaches politicians that the people demand 150 in Nemaha County.
"honesty in politics as well as other mat
ters: The following are the majorities as far
s heard from :
Whereas, on the 3d day of August, a d, 1353. Noah C.
Lucas, for the purpese of securing to Jonathan Uager, or
On the evening of the 10thinst.,by evidenced by his promissory note, bearing date as afore-
ao Tvn 1 t j r aid, payable twelve months after date, conveyed to the
Itev. A. D. UillingSley, at the residence Of undersigned John L. Carson, in trust, the following de-
x ry v , r -ne scribed real estate in Richardson county, Nebraska Ter-
JnO Uams, LSq., Mr. IHOMA8 i. DKEEN, ritory, to-wlt: northwest quarter of section two township
nr. TT TT jur t Txr two north of range fifteen east 6th princip.il meridian.
tO MISS UNICE iiAGEB; and Mr. JAMS iV And, whereas, it is provided in said Deed of Trust if
A. tit nr ' r nr the sum 60 secured to Jonathan ilager was not paid him by
RG ALBRIGHT tO Mrs MARY i? . MOORE, the 31st day of August A D 1&69 the undersigned was
authorized to sell the property therein conveyed after
advertising the same thirty days in some newspaper
printed in the Territory cf Nebrabka, at public auction
at the door of the office of the County Clerk of Nemaha
County in Brownville, Nebraska, to execute a deed to
all of Nemaha City, N. T.
Rev. Mr. Z?iirnes, of Omaha, or Rev. Mr. Tasrsart. tbe purchaser to pay off the amount therein secured with
of Lumming City, (of the xaptist Church,) is cx
pectf d to preach in this city next Tuegdaj, Oct. 15,
at lamp lighting. Probably in tho Congregational
Interest, costs, expenses and a reasonable at
torney's fee, and to bold the remainder subject to tho
order of said Lucas.
And, whereas the said JJoah W. Lucas has failed to
pay said note or aoy part thereof, therefore : Notice is
hereby given that by virtue of the authority to me given
by saidDeed of Trust, I will on Monday, October 29th,
1660, at tbe door of the office of the Cuunty Clerk of Ne-
Bv order of the Probate Court of lfemaha County, man county in Brownville, Nebraska, between the
Selrasla Territory. hours of 8 o'clock A At and 6 o'clock p M of tbe said day
On tho thirteenth day of Oot., A. D. 18G0.
sell said real estate at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash, and upon such sale and payment of the pur-
at ou o ciocn. c m, vi earn May, uejoro me uocr ot cuag0 money will make, execute and deliver to the pur
tne i osi omce.in iuo juy oi i eru,in inemanavoun- chaser or purchasers thereof a deed
ty, . 1 will bo sold to tho highest bidder, the
following described real e3tato, as the property of
Nebeiniah Stics,deceased,to-wit:the west half of the
north-west quarter of section no Eve township no six,
north of range no fifteen, east of the sixth principal
meridian, in iSemaha county.
rial estate. JOHN
. Brownville, Sept. 26th, 1S60
or deeds for said,
WHEREAS, on the 31&t day of August. A D. 1S53'
Also, the west half of"Benjamin G. Young, for the purpo.e of securing to Ben
jamin F. Lushbaugn and John L. Carson, cr bearer, the
sum of two hundred and eighty dollars, as evidenced by
his promissory note, bearing date as aforesaid, piyabie
twelve months after date, conveyed to the undersigned
John L. Carson, in trust, tbe following described real
estate in Johnson county, Nebrafka Territory, to-wit :
The north half of tbe northwest quarter cf section no.
twenty-five and the south half of tbe southwest quar
ter of section twenty-four in township four north of
range ten east of the 6th principal meridian.
And, whereas, it is provided :u 6a id Deed of Trust if
the sum so secured to Luhhbaugh and Carson was not
paid them tbe 31st lay cf August, A D, 1859, tbe un
dersigned was authorized to sell the property therein
conveyed after advertising the same thirty days in some
newspaper printed in tbe Territory of Kctotabka, at pub
lic auction at tbe door of tbe oflke or the County Clerk
of Aemaba County, m urownvtue, isebrasKa. to exe-
Official Vote of Nemaha County.
Nemaha County ICS for Daily.
Otoe . " 24 " 44
Sarpy " 41 Morton.
Douglas " S3 " "
.Washington " 5G Daily.
Burt 40 Morton.
Dakotah " C3 " "
Ieauquicourt " 10 ' Daily.
Tan nee . ' " 101 " Daily.
.Dodge.' " 54 "
Cass 140 "
Platte . . " 57, " Morton.
Samnel G. Daily
J. S. Morton
Thomas XT. Tipton
J. P. B.knr
Thoma U. Ki.--ber
Jonas II tkcr
CbArle? B -rcbers
A. K. rariiLam
VT. S. llnrn
It is reported that Johnson county has Airam Ai.ierman
r m rn i For County Jail
riven Daily GO majority. ve cant be- Agnst County jail
lieve his majority will be that large.
It is claimed that Morton's majcrity
in Richardson will exceed Estabrcok's.
a! i- c
c a e r a
'A P. O O a
132 61 23 22 1 0 415
33 25 19 20 I 337
112 46 24 17
62 23 13 25
172 71 65 23 22 2-5
163 72 45 16 21 25
IPO C7 23 17 17 18
195 70 42 29 19 22
129 79 81 66 23 24
1H 73 120 60 24 18
132 76 114 43 21 17
117 76 113 44 20 17
113 77 123
45 20 19
24 17 23
I 4 0
1 64 79 63
C. II. SMITH )
C. W. WHEELEHV
T. Vvr. BEDFORD)
. W.C doubt it.
A private dispatch says Daily has a
'majority in Platte county.
. ' "We don't know whrt the calculations
are in regard to majorities for Morton
!m Buffalo, Kearney, Morton, West and
Shorter counties, up the Platte; but reckon
they will be big enough. Mori's friends
here .are talking of 350 majority in Buf
d c 1 f 0 x a ip !) x c .
tbe south-east quarter of section no thirty-two, town
ship no seven, north of range fifteen, east of tho
sixth principal meridian, in Otoe county. Also, tbe
following lots in Peru Nemaha county, to-wit: Lots
from one to twelve, inclusive, in block no forty-three
as designated on the recorded platt of said town.
Terms of salo, one half down and the balance in
six month, to be secured by mortage on tba premi
ses. J. M. LONGFELLOW.
Erownville, Sept. 6, 186057.
Lushbaogh & Carson,
R. B. Stout and James W. Coleman.
NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtueof an cute a deed to the purchaser to par ofTtlie amount there
execution issued by the Clerk of the District Court In secured with interest costs, expenses, ani a reasouabl
of Nemaha' county, Nebraska Territory arunst attorney' fee nd tohuld the temainUer subject toth
li.H. Sfc.ul JtndJamoi W. Coleman and in favor "roi KaidToung.
e r.n e - r . And, whereas, the said Benjamin G. Toung, has failed
of LnshUugh & Carson for the gutn of one hnn- t0 pay' said note or any part thereof, therefore: Notice
.d.red uti.l sixteen dollars and thirty-three cents, I, is hereby given ttat by virtue of the authority tome
.J. B.Wells, Sheriff of Seuiaba Connty, Nebraska given by said Deed of Trust, I will on Monday, October
Territory, have levied upon, and will offer for Bale, 29ih, 1660, at the door of the cfllce or the County Clerk
at public auction, at the doer of the houso in which of Keninha County in Brownville, Nebraska, between
the last term of the District Court for Nemaha thf 1boa'vt ,8 ,A af1an1 6 "I001" of h61li,dKda
. x- k.o', t.-,. . i,,j ; sell said real estateat public auction to the hiKhest bid
county, Nebraska Territory, was lield in Lrown- der for cah, and upon such sale and payment of tho pur
Tille. in said county, on Saturday, the id day chase money, will make, executeand deliver to the pur
of November A. D. 1860, at ono o'clock p. sr., of chaser or purchasers thereof a deed or deeds for said
said day, and will sell, tothe highestbidder forcsh real estate. JOHN L. CABSON,Trnttee.
in hand the following described property, to-wit: Brownville, K. T., Sept 2t;h, I860. 12-4t-$10
'the north-west quarter of section thirty-two, town ddStj A TP NnTIPP
fivj, north of Range sixteen, east, except thirty-two KUBA 1 Jb U i xLXj.
acres off of tho west side of the northwest quarter WHEREAS, Joseph Shittz, has been appointed
of said quarter section, with all the improvements General Administrator of the Eftate of Georgo
thereon, levied upon as tho property of James W. Enslebardt. deceased, late of Nemaha County, notice
Coleman and will bo sold to satisfy said execution, is hereby given that I have appointed Saturday,
J. li. WELLS,
Sheriff of Nemahacounty.
by E. li. THOMPSON, Deputy.
Brownville, Oct.4th, 1830. . $750
Trust Sale. "
Wnereas on the 19th day f August, a D 1S5S, Thacks
ston Carter, for the purpose of securing to Juhn McCar
ty or bearer the sum of two hundred and eighty dollars,
as evidenced by his promissory note bearing date as afore
said, payable twelve months after date, conveyed tothe
nndersigued John L. Carson in trust, the following de
scribed real estate in Paviu:o County, Nebraska Terri
tory, to-wit : west half of northeast quarter and south
east quarter of northwest quarter and northeast quarter
of southwest quarter of section seven township two north
of range tweive east of theeiu principal meridian.
And whereas it is provided in said Deed of Trust if the
sum so secured to said Johu McCarty or bearer was not
paid him by the I9th day of August, a d 1S69, the un
dersigned was authorized to sell the property therein
conveyed, after advertising the same thirty days in some
newspaper printed in tbe Territory of Nebraska, at pub
lic auction at the door of tho efflce of the Cotmty Clerk
of Ncmaba county, in Brownville, Nebraska, o execute
a deed to tbe purchaser to pay off the amount therein
secured with interest, costs expenses and a reasonable at
torney's fee; and to hold the remainder st.tject tothe
order of said Carter.
And whereas the said Tuackston Carter fcas failed to
September the 15th. 18G0, as the day for hearing
claims Against said Estate ; all persons having cla ims
against said estate are hereby notified to have them
on file on or before that day or they may forever be
debarred from recovering such claims.
Given under my hand and oQcial seal this 23th
day of June. A D, 1860.
CYRUS W. TFEEELEK,
51-12t$13fee. Probate Judge.
I?y the Si. Joseph, Drownviiiaand Denver Telegraph,
CJlce turner of Main end First Street.
Omaha, Oct. 11th.
Mail coach of Western Stage company
reached this city at noon, yesterday, with
Denver dates to tho 4th inst.. the trial of
The Territorial Legislature is Repub- GordoQ for munJer of Jsantz was con.
hcan m loth branches, without doubt. dM before , lhe Seuler's Court on the
' (( ' ,j 2J. He was to be Iiangcd on the Cth.
iZiat hzhhqv ifccinct. Mini news contiDUC3 faroraue;
On Saturday, the 6th of October, I860.
Thn town of Asninwall is beautiful! i located on
pay said note or any part thereof ; therefore: Notice it the Missouri River, in Nemaha County, Nebraska
I860, at thedoor of theoClct of the County Clerk of Ne- IIalf Brecd Rese7e- Tho tow ' il Uyated, for
maha county, in Brownville, Nebraska, between the the back country trade, possesses the bi st IM ?ainboa
hours of 8 o'clock a m and 8 o'clock p m of said day sell Landing on the Missouri River aonve Fort Leaven
said real estate at public auction to the hicbest bidder worth, together with all other facilities for building
for cash ; and upon such site and iaymentof the cur- Q t-orn nfh su Htnn. Tir.:l.4-r
rw!,mrer'J ,make'ecutent' deliver to the pur- Tlhero ar6 already built and occupied fifteen cood
real estate. JOHN L CARSON, Trustee.
Brownville, N. T., Sept. 26th, 16U0. 12-4t-$10
v, ruiuiucn iucicui a uecu or uriun lut uuiu . . .... tt . .1 . . n
Goods Stores, two Groceries, Blacksmith bhop, a:id
Hotel. The Lota in sid town will bo sold to the
highest bidder without reserve. Those wishing to
purchase cannot but bo pleased with the location of
the town, and the surrounding country, for many
miles, is not equaled west of the Missouri River.
Brownville rrccind caning vp to Timtcn amount cf gold du.t shipped from, this
city per express, yesterday, was 0,0-11,
the Dclrcrcts vzle.
. Last year Bro.vnvilie precinct cast 231 STATE ELECTIONS. !
rotes, giving Estatrcoh a majority cf SS Philadelphia, Oct. 10
over Daily. This year ths precinct casts Pennsylvania. Curtin, Rep. candidate
305 votes, and Morten gets cdy 45 ma- for governor, elected by from 15,0(0 to
jcrity over Daily. Knowing, as we do, 20,000 ; both branches of the Legislature
that Icricn men from ether precincts vo- Rep. by increased majorities. Th foi
led in this, in order to increase, if possi- lowing Rep. Congressmen elected: Uor
Ue, Morton's majority overEsiabrcok's cf ris, Vcre, Kelly, Davis, Hickman, Sjan
last year, and thereby rcluke the Jldvcr- ten, Grow, Hale, Elair, Covode, Gtetcns,
User," we 4r.ay say" we are satisfied Killinger, Cauiplell, Junkin, Miiien,
with the verdict cf the people: Morehcad, McICcight, Stewart, Pijtea,
Whereas, on the 17th dav of Aucnst. 1S5S. John Afc-
Clintock for the purpose ot securing to Lewis Johnson.
or hearer, the sum of two hundred and eighty dollars,
as evidenced bv his Dromissorv ru.tn ijprinir
aforesaid, payable twelve months after date, conveyed And tvillle made known onthe day of Sale.
tothe undersigned John L. Carson in trust, the follow-
ing described real estate in Nemaha county, Nebraska
Territory, to-wit : The southwest quarter of section r.iuo
iownii:p six norm or range 14 east of the 6th principal
And, whereas It is provided in said Deed of Trust If
the sum so secured to said Lewis Johnson was not paid
him by tho 17ih of August, a d 1So9, the undersized
was authorized to sell tho property therein conveyed
after advertising the same thirty days in some news
paper printed in the Territory of Nebraska, at publio
auction at the ooor of the otSce of tne County Clerk ot
Nemaha County in Brownville, Nebraska, to execute a
deed to the purchaser to pay off the amount therein se
cured with interest, cost?, expenses and a reanonable at
torney's fee, and to ho'd the remaiuder suhjeot to the
order of said iicCiintoLt.
And whereas the said John McClintock haj failed to
pay said note or any part thereof; therefore .- Notice is
hereby given that by virtue of the authority to me pirea
oy said deed of Trust 1 will on Monday October 9th,
i860, at the door ot the office of the County Clerk of Ne
maha couniy in Brownville, Nebraska, between the hours
of 8 o'clock A M and 6 o'clock P M of sail day, sell said
real estateat public autionto the highest bidder for cash,
and cpon such sale and payment of the purchase money
will make, execute and delivar to the purchaser or pur
chasers a deed or deeds for suid real estate.
JOHN L. CARSON, Trustee.
Brownville, N.T. Sept. 26th 1130. I2 t:$l0
By order of the Town Company.
A. S. BALLARD, Pres.
September 20th, '60. noll-?t
(Formerly from Seneca County, Ohio,) -
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
XU.cl3.o.xclozx Oo., 2XT. T.
July 25, 1860.
Dissolution or Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the nierchantile business
heretofore carried on by the undersigned, under the Hrni
name of Seisel and Greenbaum was this day mutually
dissolved. David Seigel is authorized to settle cp the
business of the concern.
All persons kmtwlii)? themselves Indebted either bv
note or account are hereby notified tbat unless they
come forward immediately and ps up, the notes and ac
counts will he placed in the hands of an officer for col
lection. DAVID SKIGKL,
Sept 50, 1863 U HENrr CBBINBlUai.
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