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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1860)
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B;towsvnx nov. isco.
'TbV'Xebrwlt Advertiser" having
u.i,.l5irret circulation ci anyrnyc
!2 err ? Uolesale IXerch.nl. in St.
V. Ei Joseph Cincinnati end otr.er xst
raii. W-' rhraska merchants pur
the Western country
, d,fP r " t tort nape
Trust Deed?. ko.- nonstable Elaaks.
Trn weeu . - -a a Cons
wan."'---- ., every uccTii'ii"
, frtntjnf of J n..n. produced in any part of
XJSSX work a. evidence.
t apart not only ly the Uownor U4
U but.by.ihP Governors of every
r Ter ritory nd State in the Union"
-h,y God for the manifold blcswes
i privileges we as a people enjoy, both
nnoral and Ritual. It should be obj
:ved with that degree of reverence and
-Wulncss due from dependent crea
ks t their Creator. We understand
business houses of this city will be
,d oa that day. Religious services
1 be held in the rresbytcrian Church,
r. Billingsley or lhrch wiUoflictate.
lore 6ooa"co7n.-r; jv. Bag.
r, tenant on the farm of Judge J.
!Uf this 'county,. Us left at our office.
peciraen of white corn raised by him
s year. .Twelve cars left with us
i-hed 10 lbs. This crop nveraged CO
hels to th? acre.
Frank Leslie's Monthly.
This is a very welcome visiter, end
we hail its appcance with peculiar pleas
ure. Inform it ischvp of the handsomest
magazines in the country, and it is em
bellished with many beautiful enravhs,
besides numerous illustrations of the in
teresting novels and tales which form its
contents. It contains one hundred large
quarto pages of first-class literature, nov
els, talcs, sketches of travel, items of
valuable and interesting information and
pages of humorous matter. Besides all
this the department devoted to the fash
ions is complete and extensive, so that
every lady taking Frank Leslie"1 .Vonih
ly will be up with the times in. what re
lates to the newest tyles of dress, mil
linery, ornamental needlework, &.c. It
is one is of the cheapest, as it isundoubt
edly one of the best magazines published
The subscription price is S3 per year,
which should be sent to Frank Leslie,
19 Citv Hall Square. N. Y. A new
volume commences with January, 1SG1.
RcIIglOlIS. Rev. T. W. Tipton will
fill Mr. Bcrch's appointment in thi3 city
on Sabbath next.
"lore Specimens To Mr. Jons s.
vobiti we are under special obllga
,s for handsome contributions made to
cabinet. He furnishe. us with a num-
of ipecimens of gold bearing quartz,
cr and lead ore. Wc need not say,
i with such prcenia we arc "well
:dllor!al Association. what has
iie cf the' Secretary of the Editorial
ciation, formed last winter. Is it not
:rly time for the annual meeting, and
M it not be well to give some kind of
Pork racking Tnto. Hill of this
V is preparing to pick what surplus
rk thrre ii in the country. Ho has al--itjy
put .up several small but fine lots.
. will jay at all times the market price,
,'. 1 2 to 5.
J.'S. Dedford. See the carJ of J. S.
. dford,' Eq. Mr. B. is a young lawyer
I promisV, and we hope he may receive
due share'of patronage. Business en
vied to his care will meet with prompt
; Fresh Oysters- WoRTHiyc, of the
ity Saloon has made arrangements, and
now" receiving constant tupphes of fresh
jltiiiiore oysters, which he serves tip in
style to suit' the tastes of the "most fas
I ious" epicurian. We speak "knowing
authoritatively" and "without fear
' succesful contradrction." Try 'era. '
LCCturC Er. A. S. Hollad a y will
liver the '.second, lecture before the
rownville Library and Literary Asso
ation at the Presbyterian Church in this
iy Friday evening. Subject, The
Good Idea- The young lads of this
ce have organized, a Lyceum or De
lag Society, and display each Monday
?n'ing,heir tratyrial -genius. Ccod r.o-
ct at Ihe pchool roomcn IU :
Oa the evening of the 19(h. in thin City, by Ju?e
Wheeler Mr. J sr.ru Schittz, nd Hits Adah Ulich
Our devil if Joe S 1 had only rembered to
have pent In the "wine and cake," he -would have de
voted himself to a rousing notlc. As it is, however,
he can afford but these little "versea."
Kowthat SvUitti hasgaitiea bia end
Wbicii he'd ao lonj deferred,
May Adah be hU dearest frieDd,
Until tber 're boti interred.
Well, Adah baa the brl lal rein,
. And drives with ancfie bit J
Sare'.y nhc'll the victory gain,
And overcome tbe Schltti.
Siicrcsg crown all their exercise,
And bliss rcla from above ;
.Aid many little S.liittz artie,
To bless their plighted love.
"Dead brnVe," this pair can never be,"
Though all their money'a spent,
Tor 'en the "blind, who cannot see,"
Will own they have a scent.
e f i c 0 v a J Ij I C .
REPORTED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
3 the St. Jo.eph, Drownville and Denver Telersph
S T I : BBINS LINE,
Oj?7ce corner of Main and Firtt Street.
New York, Nov 19.
The World's correspondent says it is
authoritatively asserted that Buchanan
will hold no communication with any se
cession commissioner from South Caroli
na. A special dispatch to the Times says
a distinguished Southern Senator now at
Washington, not only denies the right of
secession, but thinks President Buchanan
is in fault for not giving the refractory
states to understand at once that the en
tjre power of the federal Government
will be used to restore and preserve the
Union. The same correspondent says
the Legislature is assembled, and strong
southern feeling is manifested. The
Governor's Message, which will be sent
in to-morrow, takes a strong southern po
sition. It recommends a conference with
the neighboring Southern States, and
then a convention on foreign affairs. He
recommends the enlisting of all men be
tween the ages of 18 and 45 years, and
raising a corpse of 10,000 volunteers,
with arms and equipments. He goes for
resisting at any event, unless settled by
A dispatch from Montgomery, Alabama
to the New York Herald says the fusion
between the Bell nnd Breckinridge -par-
tics is rcpiJly r. ;r-. i !:::. 1 :h
C t ,tV. :. J'-.-.
Baltimore to Charleston to-day took down
a large quantity of Baltimore manufa
tures. New York, Nov. 20.
The currency panic to-day has been
equal to that of 1S-j7, perhaps greater.
All bills south of Washington have fallen
to 0 and 25 per cent below par. Illi
nois and Wisconsin are taken at 15 per
Chicago, Indiana, Kentucky and Can
ada at 3 to 5 per cent discount. Mary
land ar.d Pennsylvania at 1 and 2 per
cent discount; New Yoik State and New
England at 1 and 2 per cent discount.-
The Post say-, that the Presidents of the
leading banks discussing a project
for relieving the cvmtry by Issuing scrip
bearing seven per ce.t interest, and se
cured by United Stalest locks, and other
Richmond, Va., Nov. 22.
The "Enquirer," cf to-day publishes
an important letter from Governor Let
cher in reply to that of John S. Brisbane
of Pennsylvania, who ridicules secession
Governor Letcher says two hundred Vir
....v... ..u i- iiut AiAsii iiAji tour
mand in the event of secession. South
Carolina, the Governor says, administers
a severe rebuke to the Northern fanatics,
and shows that dereliction on the part of
the North is the prime cause cf the pres
ent dangerous troubles. He advises the
people of the North to correct public sen
timent at home, and discharge their con
stitutional obligations with strict fidelity
He indicates his determination to defend
the State cf Virginia and stand as an
armed mediator between the Southern
States and their assailants.
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 21.
Both branches of the Legislature have
passed resolutions calling a State Conven
Norfolk. Va., ov. 21.
The Minute Men of this city, held a
meeting to-night and passed strong res
olutions in favor of resistance to Northern
aggression. Three cheers were given for
the men who hunjr John Brown.
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WTaereas one Thomaa Williams has dnring my absence
falsely rtpreacitted himself as myaxent and attorney
ana bavins illegally obtained pest)ion of certain books
of account, and papeif, and other property belonging to
me, and fraudulently cou verted theui to his own use, by
All person are hereby notified that said William
la not and never was my authorized agent, and that do
act of hU aa aucb will be acknowledged by me.
Middleport, N. T., Nor. 19, I860.
m isoar asa
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Has Just received
THE EE$T SELECTED
And, perhaps, the
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever brought above St. Joseph,
Which he it opening ont in tha
Splendid iTrw Building,
torncr of Main and First treets,
nil ttcct consist of V foilown article, which a
Rill fC'l ! Vf p forra'-b:
; of each wek.
Zvan's Great Girt Book Store
ace our last notice of Evan's Great Gift
ok Enterprise, we notice every Exp'ss
nose, brings to this city a package cr
;refof books accompanied by valuable
izes. We have ben shown by some of
r citizens, a number of very fine prizes
jewelry, secured with an order fcr
:ks from G G. Evans, 439 Chestnut
If there ' b3 any "person or persons,
re or hereabouts" who have never ''fit
r their country ,V and are anxious to
ntribiite to the wants of suffering hu
.tiity," we will "take occasion to say,"
at as ncxrTUursday is thanksgiving day
i "opportunity will present itself' by
hich the "aforeil" "longing desires"
ay be "gratified,"" vir. i. e. neverthe
wtor of this paper will consider any lit
? prlJ,4J-ites,, in the shape of a nice,
u xurKty, roaster, sauaie ct venison, s-e-
rial prairie chickens, numerous quail,
.lf a hog, quarter of beef, a "hull lot"
f buffalo or aniebvp" meat, or ten cents
1 c-ubi as a particular cause for thanks
iin a "wind fall" "god send"-or by
:iy other choice expression the donor
ay designate. Particular reference is
tendeJ to the item ten cents in cash.
vocr.lt:; t ex;:
To Your Heal Interests!
Citizens of Brownville
And tac Eest or :ir.r:k!::a
LOOK OUT FOIl THE
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TIIK KEVr 10211 WLEIILY THUS.
COME AND BUY
IE ore of 0T I) cm,
Than was ever beforeiDfTered in this
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--552 a-Ztr ? yivc Copies ut -j.
lrfl;flll!ll!if The Cheapest zvA Ect Fa..:; j:1 G;:.- r:i:i
?iifi:!;flslill!slf jHj ' eral 2Ccvs Paper in the UnluJ il:t:..-. '
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AT THE .
We Have Just Received and Opened
Stock of Goods !
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
UNDER SHIRTS, DRAWrERS,
SHAWLS AND SCARFS.
Cutlery and Qucensware,
GEO C E RIES.
Largest Assortment of
Ever opened in BrownviUe and no mistake !
Cap3 from.25cts to $3,50.
We can Fit Gents in Suits to $5 to $50
ArtUqfs MazazlllC. The Decern
er No. we have received; will publish
be prospectus next wetk.
Indians. A delegation of Omaha
ndians was in our city on Monday. The
rpe&r&nce of "real Injuns" in our streets
5 80 rare lhai they re eoniidered quite
-snow." e hare been remarkably
-rtunate in being rid cf the "pesky crit
:r$." Those referred to, were on their
vay to visit the Otoes.
Winter is upon us.
Yilliam Phillips, a prominent Bell man,
are nominated to represent this combina
tion in the convention. A meeting was
h-ld, the largest ever held in the State,
and strong secession resolutions were
Breckieridge's majority over Bell and
Boughs is about 10,000. Douglas has
13.000 and Bell 23,000 votes.
A special dispatch from Charleston, S.
C, tays the secession flag has been hois
ted in the armory of the Republican Blues
who lately visited New York. The law
yers of several counties of that State have
resolved to teturn all northern claims un
collected. A Richmond dispatch states,
that Adjutant General Richardson says,
there are now armed and equipped 10,
000 young men, the elect of the State,
with a reserved force of 125,000 more.
He says a decided purpose exists every
where in the State to resist federal ag
gression. A free negroe in Lancaster
county made a revelation to the authori
ties a few days since io the effect that
the negroes were to meet at the Court
House at a convenient lime, break open
the jail, seize the arms there deposited,
and commence indiscriminate slaughter.
He staled that means of escape were
prepared by a vessel lying in the creek.
A slave who proclaimed his right to free
dom, because Lincoln was elected wa3
arrested, but subsequently released, hav
ing excused himself by saying he was
drunk when he made the remark.
At New Orleans several produce deal
ers suspended. Meetings are being held
in Texas calling on the Governor to con
vene the Legislature for the purpose of
considering the proper method of vindi
cating the rights and hener cf the South.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 19.
The Bank Presidents of the city of Bal
timore held a meeting this afternoon, at
which they resolved to suspend specie
payment to-rnorrow. The steamer from
r-cre White Cor CM. ( UULMW
French Zmck, Ced Liver Oil,
China Zinck, ' Sweet Oil,
Red Lead, Putty,
Venitian Red, Glue,
Raw and b't umber, Figs,
Chalk, Linseed Oil,
Cough Candy, . Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish Costile Soap,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Soap,
Patent medicinos, Let.paper
White Varnirh, Ink,
- Hair oil,
Also, a Splendid Assortment of
Comprising Lyon's Kathaflon, Cologne, Pommade,
kpnuine ox marrow, bear Rreese, and oils, tnuik and
ftVCCuCes oi ait aiuas, tuuui me uuw uiij.
Fonlscup paper, fancy letter paper, tilt edged note,
....I M.v.t.iim. n'.ain. fancy, and ecioossed, pens pencils
aud i-en-hol.lers, inks of all kinds, inkstands, wafers
n.lland Gin. Irish Whisky, Bourbon "WTiisky, Ginger
Braixly Cordial. Port Wine, Mattelra, Wine, Wititt wine
and 111: Wine.
Ur w.nn hinif tn experienced practical Dmfirist.M
patrons mey rest awured tbat all medicines procured
from bim are genuine wnnnui ieari iuit.
tlThyician's Prescriptions attended to at all hour
boUi by cjr and cipLt.
PEACH PITS 25 Bushels for sal
it one dollar ant fT euiU rr ho-hel, br
foil GEO. COiilia, 213 Lke liCliicajo.
Saddles and Harness,
Oil Cloths and Carpctingr,
BLANKETS FROM SI 50 TO $7 50
Iron, Hails and Castings.
Ladies Riding, Kid and Silk. Gents
Gauntlets, Buckskin and Driving.
Best Qualities cf
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DaviJ Seigol and Henry Greenbaum,
JaieaS. Chamber! fn, John W. Bli3sand Thomas II.
N'OrfCE is hcrebj given that by rirtno of an ex
eution mi decreo of court, issued from the cEce
of the cietsof the District Court for Netiiaha county
Nebraska lv:;rritory. againft Jamia S. Chamberlin,
John W.Blisi, andTbomaa H. Marshall and in favor
of David iSeigef and Henrv Greenbaum, for thenm
cf two hundredVnd eeventj-fonr dollars ftnd-f fty
-ents, I,J. 6. WeiU. Sheriff cf paid county, have
levied upon, nnd wiU soil at public auction from
the doer of the house in which the l.i.-t term of
the District Court a. held, in lrowi,ri!Ie. in Said
i-ounty of Nemaha, in Saturday, the 1st day
IKreiuber, A. I). 18'-0. at one o"el- k F. M., to the
highest bidder lor eitsh in hand, the following de
scribed property, to wit; west ha'fcf the north --a.t
quarter and the east half of the ni.rth-west. quar
ter, of section No, twenty, townhip No. 'tit, n rth
of range No. fifteen, east of th sixth principle
meridian containing lfiO acre.. with all the appur
tenances thereto attached , as the property of Thomas
II. Marshall, in satiric ijnof said execution.
J. U. WEl.LS,
Sheriff of Nemaha county, N. T.
By BEN.!. IJ. THOMPSON, Deputy.
BrownviUe, Nov. 1, 1SC0. 17-5t $9
the uiTW yohi: ytt.zzhly nii-n
Urge ari 1 el?smt!y rti-'eJ '-"irta heet, ot e
p&;i, er f irty-eipht coiuaii. ;.votod to i'jatic. lit
erature au l Cenel Nws. and inlen1ed tcb tbe &i-?T
as well mi Co CCKATZiT 'atu;!y Xewsp;or i ti.
l'!iitd Statf .
Tie first aim of tie TI"r3 is. snd win alvay t.
ta itrp It r?slers thor.-lihiy nJ rwiuliiy .!it.I i.?.
as to everything wbicb, mrv Ldpri. vf ti'i: ial sa-.;-et,
iaany prtof the worlJ. It cirauter.ti. ri!y , 3
fretily uj'cn all topic cf in. pi..ta'-e io evt'ry (jt'irt
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rr vci musts U cn .
. ;;ui Vc!un..s - cf tL'? F:rrcr
ifir.c-? c:i th? first cf Jar.-aryr
h'-;.i the? fri -r.h cf Ark.I-IV.ucati:-.'!,
-3r:lcu!irly in I':-
t..-: c.:r -..wicn;
e:ner,:3 t cl.il ?.
To tue 'er.-o:i secdic U3 th? Iirr..
c' .b cf $1 suh.cr;ler3, ty the? first c
January 1?C1. r.'O will rire 1 "0 t' r: .'-
yreioDi, Order r.d tbe Pub. ic ;.'. Wtile its iati- j ) - - -Cia aft Id trti, j iiT
eno win re cmforntty chmtv jt: e, i. ajvm:ie n -y
-.r.tuuraof juftJir.d beue3e;ptit Prutr, . WJ1 r-i.-..it
the increaf-e, eiteti;.!on, or pe-petutiou of i -svpri. as
of every'.b::i eUe i.-tciirupai.t.e wira tbe bls-Lf t
fare of the wbole cumctamty. While it re;xi ls pn nipt
!y all ir.teUigecce of enerI Interest ia ee-y -art-ntent
of human activity, it ueer paniSer to vicious
ts.-te, and exciiile from it column evryJiic tit
micl.t ren'ier it unsafe or irnpr per f r gcm.-i fursily
perusal. i:seeki to promote tbe general full no If
urging thecUiuis ci
EDITCATIOir, H02ALITY AITD EZUaiC,
epon the misses of the people; and in '! ludii?uj
iions, it endeavor contautly to be guided a:iJ coutril
ed by tbe pirit of
H03EUTI03T, PATT.IOTISII A3D C32III0-
In it cor-fpotv!nce. K-th Foreign and rimeUo, the
Times is conie.-sod ta be superior to any otlier American
Journal. Us Resorts of Congrebtdoaal at:d legislative
proceediogs, of Financial, Commercial and
of Important Leg.il and Criminal Trials, and of whatever
may have special interest for tbe irreat body of tbe com
munity, are full, prompt and reliable.
Especial attention is devoted to full, accurate and
trustwortby reports of tbe
LIVE ST0CZ A2ID PEODTJCS 2IAHSITS, "
for which a speei.il corps of Reporters is maintained.
A LITZ2AHY EZPAHTHZTiT
will also be kept, etabracinj
STANDASI) K0VEL3 AND TA1I3,
and miscellaneous, selections of tbe highest intorest.
THE AGRICULTURAL EEPABTLTT,
Is compiled from a variety of sources, many cf tbeia in
accessible to the American reader, and funiitbeii valua
ble information to tbe Farmer and Gardener.
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Is publL-hed Every day except Sunday, and is sent to
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Published on Tnesdaysand Fridays, and containing eight
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O. C. UAXWABIXQ.
I. T. White &. Co.,
T. n. Eihvards.
Notice ishorcliy giveu tbat by virtue of an execution
Issued by the clerk of the District Court of Nemaha
county, Nebraska Territory, against T. n. Edwards and
in favor of I. T. White for the num of seventy-eight
dollars and eighty-one cents, I, J. B. Wells. Sheriff of
Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory, have levied upon.
ana win oner rcr sale at public auction, at the door of
the house in which tbe last term of the District Court
for Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory, was held in
BrownviUe in said county, on Saturday, the 1st day of
December, A D 1860. at one o'clock P M, of the said day,
and will sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand ihe
following described property, to wit: Commencing forty
rods east of the southwest cornerof the southwest quar
ter of section number eleven in township numberj five
north of range number fifteen east, thence runninceast
on section line forty rods, thence north forty rods, thence
west forty rods, thence south forty rods to place of be
ginning, containing ten acres more or less, with all the
improvements tbereon levied upon as the property of T.
H. Edwards and will be sold to satisfy said execution.
J. B. WELLS,
Sheriff of Nemaha county,
by B. B. Thompson, Deputy.
BrownviUe, Nov. 1st, 1860. 17-6t-$9
Thomas J. West, 1 '
Thomas j. White, )
Tbe defendant in tbe above cans 'will take notice that
on the 18th day of September a. d. I860, an attachment
was issued against your goods and chatties by J. D. N.
Thompson, a Justice of tbe Peace, within and for tbe
county of Nemaha, Nebraska Territory, for the sum of
flfty-iour dollars and fifty-three c-. nts, that your pro
Deity has been attached to pay the same, and that yon
are required to appear Mid answer before said Justice at
biatm.in thviity of Itrownville Iqsaifl County on or
before i-re ri ii day if .N'vtniwr, lf0, or JuiUtnout wist
l0 rp-'r.i-p i a;t,iL?t jvu ana y.jar property iil bi so;d
TmriAS J. vte.-.t. p:intiT.
Ij; '-J i.Vi i l.'tl. ljih, lOO. S,.V l.
l!USH?,1AI!i! & MAIIWARUJO,
ITavingmuch increased our businese, we take plea
sure iu calling the attention of our friends, and the
public generally, to our large and complete assort
ment of Fruit aud Ornamental Trees and Shrubs,
comprisiug the choicest varieties of
Apples, rears, standard and dwarf ; Cherries, stand
ard and dwarf; 1 caches, Tlums, Apricoti, Al
monds, Quinces, Grapes, Currants, Gooe
berries' Ilaspberries, Strawberries,
Ulackberries, Shade and Orna
mental Trees and Shrubs, Ever
greens Vines and Creep
. ers, Roses, Dahlia
and other plants,
tings and Seedlings
of Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Ac.
Most of the varieties wire tested here and have
proved successful in oar soil and climate, and all are
warranted true to name.
We would call the special attention of Grape Grow
ers to our largo assortment cf native hardy grapes,
comprising over siity of the choicest varieties, which
wo have spared no pains norcost to procure from the
most reliables sources. Many of them have been
tested hero, and all will be tested in the open vine
yard, and we shall recommend none until we have
found them succersful. This we may now confident
ly do with successf ul. This we may now donfldently
do with Norton's Virginia, Herbemont, Missouri and
Goncorp, they haviug been tested beyond a doubt.
Descriptive Catalogues sent gratia to all appli
ennts. Orders directed to us personally, or to our local
agent3, will bo promptly and carefully filled.
Fnll IIUSI1MANN & MANWARINO.
shir;:!::::, delivered at th; j flice.
l-r th-2 n;xt largest cLV, 7
trees delivered as above.
To any person sending U3 a .ch3 cf 10
subscribers at SI each, wo will give aa
extra copy cf the Fdrrr.c.ry an J a cjpy cf
either "The Fruit Garden," ly L-.irry,
"Western Fruit Book," by Hcc: r; "Ev-
crreer.s .and Hedges," ly n'arder;
"Mysteries cf Bee-Keeping Explained,"
by Quinby, "Heme I3co!c cf Health," ly
Ur. Alcott, as may be selected.- Tha.
books are handsomely bound ia cloth, and
contain from COO to CC0 pjes readin j
Single" copies SI ; six ccpie3 5; tvrcn-
ty copies Slo, and fifty copies S3 ".
For the largest addition to either cf the;
above clubs, at the rates sjedf.-cJ, C5
in Flowering Shrubs will be given.
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v1f? .tcili, ;J U)UliUlt'llt.
I il i:i two af.il Wiutvri in t!:e
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THE AFFLICTED HE J OUT.
nuNi.r.r.r.s an.i Tncr?4XT3
l.sre te-lt-l ilM irtin-, are
rejoicing in fi-'din fi-fr lj
liiiirfriiiir l'AIN' am) 1 i.-ri.-l-.
w liicboiUt-r rrni'i!i' Lad f 1 '
to cir. l!;ii j on tli l:;:t N-
CUIUS. MXIUl.t.n, i:iiM'.
J MATISM, StUnMIA, K.UU
N A lliCur TdttTll-Atlll. -In yo4
v al'iici! willi ON) i-OiV.' Sof
J l.-iih? fiom 1 . 1 : 1 M !!A1.
tor.NS, tui:x j:vr, ni.f.-sr
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j f.'l that nme ini.-in of n-'ff.i""
i their tortniB hIioim.I alirsr
I artesxibio t bucU i'i-s exint in t! U
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THE II0TP.3, COIIPAIIIOir.
It cum CAK?:rVi tt:"
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1.' ' Void ifiin( blutclifs, scurf
IK 00 HCET1S
Horticulture and Domestic Animals.
The following recent works are for sale at the office
of the Country Gentleman and will be sent, postage
prepani, at trie prices annexed :
ia..r: .in Ki.-irj'-r'" ipedla,
AKen" A:iit:r;.:a.: ?' . ;
A :;!, u! ': -st; ', ,i..c-- ; r.:-3'.
and all ii.scMiii(.n ami ix.-
? errv-enem, sl.oui.l altaek
thes tieipuwer n lrauty'.-
; domain as as tiir bi iiio.
; with the HCIIC MMiilM
v It ia eri!'tit for ihm M.ii-
S jtitinjt It a hfiillliy, glossy a p.
' jx-a ranee. It ia
good ron I.IAIT Aire etas.
It i a aovere;(r? rmiffy fot
the tariona iiM-sie. with
' Iiicli linreiaieall!:c!eiT,eiir
Insr th most afcirmintc M"idf
lIKn.-l-"S, TRAIN."', .'Ti'.IN'C
1IAI.T. WrfM. ,-CHATni-F,
SWEKN Y, M'AVJX, l'.INC- "
iaiNK,. EJG-IiSAn, 101
F.VIf lit. No fanner, livary. .
r stable keeper, or sny j trwui
owninir Tiiliialii II OK ;!.,
should 1 willtout tbia valua
ble reined v.
For sale all respectable Tiea; and JVs.!er.
Price of tbe Ijnimnt, C5 Tiit, 60ci-n!s and $1 a Irf
tle. A one-dollar bolt! eonlaiu as niucli liiii'mvut a
tight twenty five cent iUe
Fvery jj-Miavr t a rt.illar Ixitf.- of t!u ArtTIC I .IV
JJ -'"'i f - a: jr I !.- e-.-.i-. tb I Mil-1
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE
J. Q. A. Smith, Pla'muff, )
"R. J. Whitney, Beferxlant, )
By virtue of a decretal o.-r issued from the Clark's
office of the District Court of
2d Judicial District of Nebraska Terruw,, ll0Ona!eci te
made by said Court at its September Term, a. a. imu in
th's case : I wi 1 1 ro! I on tbe 23d day of November , i860.
atthedoorof Homer Johnson's Hal I Pac wuc.3
said Court was last held) in BrownviUe in said cnty,
at tbe hour of 11 o'clock, a. m. the following escriD04
real estate situate in said Nemaha coun- Nebraska
Territory, to-wit: The northeast q'arter oI BOCtion
twenty-five in township 5 north of range fifteen east of
the sixth principal meridian; excepting twenty acres
conveyed to Hiram Alderm-jU, pril 16th, 1S57; also,
ten and- 67-100 acres, conveyed to Davidson Plasters ;
leaving as the part conveyed by saj ruortsago ded, one
hundred and twenry-nine acres 33-100 acres.
Terms of sale: cahin hnd.
ja,1jS3 S. BEDFORD, Master Com.
BrownviUe, Oct t l8lhf i360. nl6-6w-$7.
2?tsr Commissioner's Sals.
Choe e Thuroer, by her next ")
friend L. C. Johnson,
Samuel H. Bennett and John
By virtue of a decretal order issued from the Clerk's
office of the District court in Nemaha county, in the sec
ond Judicial District of Nebraska Territory, opou a de
cree made by said court at its September term, A. D.
1860, in this case, I will sell on Friday tne litn, aay or
December at 11 o'clock A Ji., of said day. at the door of
Homer Johnson's Hall, (the place where the ssid court
was last held) in BrownviUe, Nemaha counly Nebraska,
The following described real estate to-wit : Lot no. 10 ia
block no. twenty-two, in tbe City of BrownviUe, Nema
ha county, Nebraska, Territory, to the highest blddor for
cash in band.
J . a. BLUi'imu.
A 'A r ri i-i . . . .. i ,
DatrjV fr.: ; ! j,
Lotnfs African pouit, com.aaioa
browne s field book cf innr, '
Breck a book of (1W0r9 .
, .r garden,
C- ,- r: Aotchen garden.
. A j a ! ' N'?v in.
-s 1 t m Li-' t'.'.i' r'. -1 i 1 i'-
; ' j , ..t,"n i .. -.i '.. v. .. .1 - '' '
Needed or Besired
Can he had at wr Store, and on terms as
favoralle as those of any other
House in ihe West.
All Kinds of ;
Will ba taken in exchange at enrrent prices.
November 8, S0.
Cultivator, 'ound, pervoi-.
Chorion's grape grower's guideY"--.
Dadd's modern horse doctor
do American cattle doctor,
do diseases of cattle,
Dana's Muck Manuel,
Darlington's weeds and useful plants,
Downing! frulta and fruit trees,
Eastwood's cranberry culture,
Farm Drainage, ( II. F. French,)
Frank Forrester's Horse in America,
Flint on grasses, x
Flint's Milch Cows,
Hough's farm record, .
Johnston's agriculture chemistry,
Kemp's landscape gardening,
Langstroth on the hive and honey bee,
l.iifh.ir'a hot houses.
Liebig's relation's f chemistry to agriculture, 25
.r i ; i .h i.'
to. -y.-i.-e. t
Ai A(;KNT YTANTF! H rVtT.T TC vrN and Vil 1 ACS
ZLVm alVav. 1- """S
G. H. Vilcox,
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE
sters, etalDef'ts J
By virtue of a decretal order issued from the Clerk's
office of the District court oi euiau .oo;jij
Judicial District of Nebraska Territory, tpon a decree
made by said Court at Sent. Term a. d. 1S60, in tbiscae:
I will sell on the 23d day Of November, I860, at tbe door
of Homer Johnson's- Hall (the place where said Q rt
was last held) in BrownviUe in said County, at the au'r
of 11 o'clock, a. in., tbe following described property
and real estate situate in aid Nemaba county, U-wit :
The east half of lot no. six in block no. two, frontin
on Main street in tie city of BrownviUe, Nemaha county,
Nebraska Territory, and also a one story oSce building
Including the stone underpining thereof situate on the
east half of lot no. 12 la block no. 20, in said City of
BrownviUe, adjoining Messrs. Crane & Hill's store lot.
Terms t sale : cash In hand.
JAKES S. BEDFOKD, Master Com.
BrownviUe, Oct. IStb, 1S60. nl5-5w-$7.
We are determined to sell at lower price and. give
letter briaius than ever before.
D. J. MARTIN & CO.,
Bivirimlla, OtX 18, 133J. 1-
Dissolution of Partncrsiilp.
Notice la fcorebv gieu that tha merchatile business
heretofore carried on by the undersigned, under tbe firm
name of Seiel and Greenbaum was this day mutually
dissolved. ravid Selgel is authorised to settle np the
business of t'te concern.
All person kn..wina" themselves Indebted either by
note or acc..tnj are hreby notified that unless they
f..rwr6 imtiiortiateiv and pavuo. the notes and ac-
i count will be pliiced in the hnds of an ofiicer for col
Ijecti.n DAVID SKIGEL,
1 ;M.1Av'ti Mi.rtfan Ili.rx.
Minor's bee keeper's manual
Munn's btnd drainer,
Nash's progressive farmer,
Feill's gardener's companion,
Norton' elements of agriculture,
Fardco on th strawberry,
Quinby's mysteses of beo-keepingt
liural affair, 2 vols.,J
Stewart's sublj bok,
Thomas tarm imolnmnts,
Thomas' fruit cukurist,
W'arder'H hedges and evergreens,
Watson's home gardon,
White's gardening for the south,
"Yale lecture, 13C0,
Youatt and Martin on cattle,
Youatt on tha horse,
do on 6heep,
do oa tha hog,
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA. ;
ROGERS Cz BROTHER,
ANNOUNCES to tbe public that be tias purchse.l the
Livery Stable and Stork formerly orn?1 by WWIism
KoshcII and added thereto fine stk, ar.l is now prepar
ed to accommodate the public wita.
I'EulAKA LAUD AGEIiT,
SrRTEYOR & AOTAIlYI'lIiLlC,
Willselect lands, Investigate titles, psytaxes, fce.
either in tansas or Nebraska Iny, sell, and ente
landsoi comuiia&ion; invest in town property, b:iyo
sell the same, and will always have m bandorrec1
plats of townships, counties, .c, howin alllstuljsnb
lect Ui entry, and where desired will furnish parties 11 v"
Ingin tbettateswith thesame.
Being the oldest settler in the coanty will la all
cases be able to give full and reliable information.
Address A- L. Coate.eitherat Brownvilleor Nemaha
THH TRAVELLIilG PU2LI&
Can find t his Stable ample f-'-'-n-.odatiori tx
horse, mules or cattle.
BENJAMIN 6t JO v T.OQZT'.
BrownviUe, Oct. 13, 1S50. nl5-j y
Clocks, Watches & Jewelry.
f? Would anaoeneetotii-citlieas ef Brswa'-ma
and vicinity that he In.- ! icjtel tltuse'.? in
cWErownviile, 3d:ntcri.: i "ptrg a fuii
uieni of everything in bi lineof t'tr,ues, whiu .:i
beso'.d lew focM. Ke wil !"j .l ail kin-ls of re
pairing of eloc witcbes and jewelry. Ali wr.rk wr
Wo. 189 Vine St., bet. Fonrt h ana Tine,
Sept SO 1850 tf
in out. vr. FruxAS;
BKOWNVILLE N T,
PIKES' PEAK GOLD!
we wiil receive Psse Peak Gold and advjvce I
money np'ti rhe s.nne andpy..ver ba.ance of pr'icecl
a-i K.ri as iiiut returns are bad. In allce. we wi.
exliibittbe p. inted returns of the Ccited Ute il.a',
or As iy rn-.
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