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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1861)
-If tha Obi I If - is struck to tLs crccI
want no mens gloriorji -wlnai-z obest than
thai ent 2;; no belter or incre Lcncrabla
frrarethtatolis with, th.8 Ualoa."-ANlF.ZT-
It. W. FURNAS. EDITOll.
TUCRSDAV MORNING, FEB. 21, -M.
Hariu: been engaged, ihe rast week,
ia preparing the 'larch number cf the
Farmer, tve have given our assistant
tcitsors -entire control of the Advertiser
columns. Perhaps the selections will
prove fully as acceptable to cur readers
as criminal matter.
The annexed talle, made cut from the
report of the Commissioner cf Public
Lands, shows that the division of the ter
ritory on the line cf C630m, would
gir.e to both north and south a quantity cf
land very nearly in proportion to their
respective populations to the North 1,-795.2G-5
square miles for a population of
nineteen millions, and to the Scuth 1,
C.03.G11 square miles for a population cf
Trte States. Sq. Miles. Slave States, tq. Miles
Maine 5,000 Delaware It, 120
Xew Jfiatp. .200 Maryland 11,124
Vermont 10 212 YtrRihia 61.262
Mawacbu'U 7.800 J. Carolina 60.704
. . Rhode Inland 1.307 8. Caroliua 34 000
Connecticut 4.750 Georgia 6S COO
. Sen Tork 47,000 Alabama 60,003
Hew Jersey M"0 Florida 3 203
. ". Pennsylvania 00 Kentucky 37.6SJ
.Ohio 9 861 Missouri 63 S.0
" . . Indiana 23 6K'9 Arkansas 62.1SC
Illinois -65,410 Temienteo 45.000
Michigan. 6C.415 Mississippi 47,153
Wisconsin 63 9:i Lor.Uiana 41.3J3
Iowa 65 045 Tela 274 356
. Minnesota 83 501
(Kffnn f'5.274 EM 322
. . ' California ISS.H31
; tausa 126.253 '
. 'W'aKhinston 193 071
X. Xexlco 235,2C3
Population, 19 000,000
Mai Editor :
' The following is the aggregate vote
cast, in each State, for Electors for Pres
ident and Vice President, at the recent
Free Slates :
. .New Jerrey,
Free State. vote : -3,331,973
S. Carolina, (estimated) G0.000
Slave State vote
Iiiwlan ClHcclllcs at Xc&rasfca
Ry reference to cur telegraph columns
it will be seen that the Oloe Indians are
disposed to make trouble in regard to their
annual payment, which should have been
made them in November last. A difficul
ty with them on tin's account has been
looked for all winter.
As we understand the facts m the case;
Maj. Denniscn, Agent for the Otoes, re
ceived at the proper time frcm the gene
ral government the money due them in
November list; but, for reasons known
enly to himself, failed to pay them ciT.
The Indians, in consequence, are now in
n starving condition. They are also in
debt to the settlers, and merchants on the
river, for supplies advanced, and are r.ct
the only suJcrers ia consequence cf the
Agents r.cglut, to use a mild term. V.'c
have heard of no reason given by the
Agent why the payment has not been
made. Ffcrn the fact that he i3 a rabid
South Carolinian and secessionist, seme
people are uncharitable enough to fear
that the object was to "consolidate" this
.S 14,000 -or $15,003 with the millions of
.dollars borrowed by Floyd, Thompson and
Cobb for "Southern purposes."
' The citizens of Nebraska City rery
properly and promptly took the matter in
hand and compelled Dennison to so shape
.affairs that the Indians, and whites who
have been feeding them, will get their
money. Right !
The Nebraska City folks have shown
"some people" that "some things can be
done as well as others !"
The border free Slates cast 1.7S0
rr l,.i.!puiii..im,j-.J5..'.g.t'Jr!Hl'J. -' ' HJS
We very often hear cf late that the
Scuth is to screCe, aud then the Union is
to be "reconstructed." And, in that re
ccnstruct;:n, New England is to be left
cut. ' .
The six New England States with
about as many square miles as Georgia,
cr Ficriia, cr Alabama, cr one fourth as
many square miles as Te xas cast 472,291
votes, the seven seceded States cast 453,
715, cr 15,570 votes less than Yankee
dc:n. Arkansas, Texas and Florida, weread
mittteed into the Union at the same time
with Michiran, Iowa and Wisconsin, now
those three free Stat23 cast 435,253, and
the three slave States cast 131 3S5, a dif
ference in favcr cf the free States cf
tVe would laugh at the idea of Min
nesota seceding with her 34,731 voters;
yet ricrid walks c:T with less than 15,
CCO without so much as saying "by your
Statistics, whether of Election, Census,
or Commercial returns, reveal some curi
ous facts ; and with your leave I will con
tinue to draw comparisons hereafter.
W. A. P.
TfcC SeiZCrC Cf fllC Cnpital long mains; when everythir j is lest, as I fear
DntCmplatCa. The Ihiladela. Press it may be, unless wiser counsels saould
r-rr-il thin tVwa rr" S KlTfi heretofore
It is a somewhat singular fact that the
idex seems to be cherished in many quar
ters "tha! Washington w:!l 1-3 resile the
capital of a Southern Cvndircy. Ex
Presideut Tvlfr is report t-u Vt have often
alluded to this suljivt in his disctisions in
reference to the present ti.tlicuiiy.
prevail than these which have heretofore
directed U5, I shall drag my body to the
nearest lat:I:-field, a::J ia town a life
which his Ijst its vahu
Urst Arrest for Treason InScnfa
Carolina. The Charleston JLrcury has
A few pair cf thin cetrtral variety o! lewis rr.ay
lehad at ? 5 rr paii; on ar; caiicn ta tta tttscriier.
Tieywere bred frorei tock cLtaine-1 at Xtrrsly. a p art
cf wUicli was eilectl.tl tie fr'--cTiter n prv-n.
Tj u3 CZcs cf S-;-i Cn::.-. ator, Uta.
; the f'j'bjwing
:f the arrest cf a u j
delivered bv Rev. Geo. D :(7iAit Jr
thi3 city, on in? I ite I
7 r r ! t .T. m
je;cf Georgetown, S. C., wa3 cn 3Ionday
13.0C0 Siandanl Appla tre. of tfce nost luriy aai
approTed rarietie, three and
four yeara oid, fuia fite to rerlOO p. S;a J p 1CXV)
eight feet til $10.00 SiO.W iO.OO
fi)!I.vfpT c.at?:non-: 12St arrestee i v tne recpie ci uecrgeiown Sirawbrrie,. x pine. lest
A few months before the d,-cfase of i cn tne charge cf treason against the btate. anety
l,.a f,.l n. l:o i-iiM vi n vo:i::t -V letter WS3 IOUna written tT Cim an-d Jennie Seed!'. Get:eee. c-".znn 1.00
iut"v. "- a w tiuui iv . j n . . 1 . .
nolitical friend then cn a vi.it to Wash-; addressed to James Buchanan, statin-that lSS"
lie i lXcr riLunn 1 ii3.li nisi ciearuu iaisias
,n tS rz'u.AQ, arfl.v,t Scotch Hybrid Pie P:nat, nor.cbetter4.ro
he Would Continue tO do SO. The letter Red Drtch Cnrrant. p. dozen $1.00 6.C0
CeoIoE In 3IIssocrI.
To Hon. Wm. Aaxonn, member of the
Missouri Legislature we are indebted for
a copy of the "Fifth Report of the pro
gress cf the Geological Survey cf Mis
souri,v by G. C. Swallow, State Geolo
gist. We are alad to kne w that the work
under Troffcssor Swallow is progressing
so finely. VTc extract as foibws his re
marks a3 to ccal ia this region :
Previous to the commencement of this
Survey it wa3 thought by Dr. Owen, and
other eminent geologists, that the rocks
in the counties on our western border, be
tween Rates and the Iowa line, belonged
to the lower carboniferous series, whici
lie below all the coal beds of the country.
Were this conclusion correct, there could
be no hope" of finding coal in those west
ern counties cf Missouri and the eastern
counties cf Kansas and Nebraska. But
my examinations along the Missouri river,
frcm Council Bluffs to Jefferson City, in
1S53, and Maj. Hawn's explorations along
the line of the Hannibal and St. Joseph
Railroad, in the following year, proved
conclusively to my mind that the rocks in
those counties on the Missouri above Lex
ington belong to the coal measures, the
regular coal-bearing rock3 cf the West;
and that the coal beds which crop out in
Johnson, Lafayette and Saline, on the
south, and in the valleys of Grand River
and the Chariton on the north, dip beneath
these western and north-western counties
cf our State, and the eastern counties of
Kansas and Nebraska. This opinion was
confirmed by my discovery of thin coal
beds in Tlatte and Holt counties, and
thicker beds on the Nemaha and Wolf
rivers, in the territory west.
Tlie Eorder Stale Proposition.
The border State proposition is sub
stantially as follows :
1. Recommending a repeal cf the per
sonal liberty bills.
2. That the fugitive slave law be
amended for the preventing of kidnap
ping and so as to provide for the equiliza
tion cf the Commissioners' fees, &c.
3. That the Constitution be so amend
ed as to prevent any interference with
slavery in any cf the States where i: now
exists. " '
4. That Congress shall not abolish sla
very ia the Southern dock yards, arsenals,
&.c, nor the District of Columbia, without
the consent cf Maryland and the consent
cf the inhabitants of the District, nor
5. That Congress shall not interfere
with the interior-State slave trade.
6. That there shall be a perpetual pro
hibition of the African slave trade.
7. That the line cf 36 SO shall be run
through all the existing territory cf the
United States ; that in all north of that
line slavery shall be prohibited, and that
south of that line neither Congress nor
the Territorial legislature shall hereafter
pass any law abolishing, prohibiting, or
in any way interfering with African sla
very, and that when any Territory con
taining a sufficient population for one
member of Congress in an area of 60,000
square miles shall apply for admission as
a State, it shall be admitted with or with
out slavery, as its constitution rnay de
Grand total, 4,720,401
Jaccla received 1,857,610 votes, or
522,003 more rctcs than were cast ia all
cf the 15 Slave States.
- Ncv York, Pennsylvania and Ohio
csst 1 ,75.5 17 vc4es, cr 210,000 mere
vc:: 5 than were cast Iv the slave States.
Thsfree States if th? northwest cast
1 .24, SOI vote, cr It 000 nre than
Wlmt Is to Become of flic Poor
of this Country? The Bitter fralts
Of RlsnnlflU- Every man who walks
upon the streets cf Nashville is bound to
feel the importance of this question.
Six weeks ago business was, active.
Many hands were engaged on the work of
the Corporation. Now they are mostly
discharged. No r.ew houses are being
builtand hence all the bricklayers, car'
penters and painters are out of employ
ment. Clerks are discharged until there
are but few left, and the few that are re
tained hare nothin? to do.
Most oi? the hands hitherto employed
in shops about the city are thrown out of
employment. We see able-bodied,' in
dustrious mfn on our streets begging for
work at any price, and some begging for
bread for their starving children. We
heard of one man yesterday, an industri
ous man, who said that he and five other
men had been hunting for work for two
days, without being able to get any at all
at any price. '
This man said his children had cot had
anything to eat fcr IShuura ani proposed
to do anything for a little bread. lie said
that he had stepped his children from
school on that account. lie remarked
that he felt rjrsrxa.vTx; a lady remarked
tint he would scon be desperate enough
to join an army, as the Disunionists would
soon ask him to do. He rerlied that he
never would fight against his country, but
felt almost ready to say that he would join
nn am y to punish the m?n vho had
brought his country and himself and fnm
i!v Rhr.o.-t to ruin. - f"A.'-'i;-.7r T)t:,i. .1.
ington: "Young man, you have seen the
Hall of Patents, the Tost Ouicf. end the
Capitol; fcr whem have they been built at
such enormous expense?" "For the peo
ple cf the United States, T suppose."
"United States! No, sir; no! They are fcr
the Southern Confederacy, which has been
plotting for the last five and twenty years,
and which I greatly fear the nation will
not wake up to discover until it is too lale.
Remembering the words of the dying
Benton, we'were not surprised to hear
Senator Iverscn declare in his place, "I
see no reason why Washington City shall
not be continued the capital of a South
ern Confederacy. The buildings are
ready to our hand!" Speech of Dec'r.
11. Nor to hear Mr. Rhelt affirm that
"Secession had been in contemplation for
An Incident at Washington. An
eye-witness relates that a few days since,
in a public parlor cf one of the principal
hotels in that city a crov;d cf excited
Southerners were discussing the merits
of the various modes of compromise, and
among others that of Virginia's method
of sending commissioners to Washington
and to the seceding States, when a gen
tleman, who had till then quietly listened
to the discussion, stepped forward and
urged that there was one State which had
a superior, claim to settle all disputes
amon sister States. That State was Ken
tucky. "Three cheers for Kentucky,"
given with a will. The speaker contin
ued, "She has also the material that wil.
ultimately and forever settle this matter
never again to occur." He wa3 again ap
plauded, and continued, '-The material I
allude to, gentlemen, is Kentucky hemp.
There was an ominous silence; those who
were present felt the full force, and prob
ably the justice of the remarks, and in
stead of threats, quietly dispersed. (Jr.
Y. Com. Jldvr.
and men to collect the federal revenue
and informs him of the progress made in
the construction cf the works near George
town, and promises to keep him posted
from time to lime in relation to the same.
The letter is signed by his initials, J. N.
r u....., r,...-0.- rrr snfcibCr Is cappy to inform hi. patrons that
caving written It L.opse, his deputy, was he haa just received a supply of i-eed cf this new and
alo arrpsted IT a -A hp had he?n in desirahle annual, direct from Messrs. Viimcrin 4. Co.
atso arresiea. lie saia r.e caa ci?n iu Cf Paru, whirh is tuxs described ty nr. Lindiey in tbe
the habit cf writing OUt Mernman S let- London Gardener Chronicle; "A box from Paris
tpr but h-iA rni pp cn in this: n;f a? "achc-1 os the other cUy, BUed with what a; 3rst si:
lers, CUl naa not COne SO m mis, case, as appeared to te a new race of Dor.Ue DablU. Upon
he considered it treason. Both have been heing onpacked, however, the box dipiay? i a couecuoa
, - i i ihiudiu immuei me raot i orauutui lorm ana coior
luiimmieu lor ircubuu.
One year old apple sed5irps 3 00
AUo numerous otl'pr articles ron'.airiei in Xarserles
generally, Kosc, IiuZxUm, Phltxea, he., &.c.
Airres, E. y.. BACCS.
I Williio Creek, Lee Co., HI.
A Splendid Novelty.
Zinr.ia elcgans, tar. Jlore pleno.
The Yellow I-Tanccniond,
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a rtlu-t : j i;..'
MAJRHrED. Atlrimcr, Sarpy county, V. T.,
on February ll;h, by KeT. wm. Hamilton, T. H. Kob-
ertsox, KdUcr cf the Omaha Xebraskian, to itiss
Uabeiet A. Hogeboox.
NEW ADVERTISE ?IE NTS.
The German Langnage Taught.
Lonts Waldler propose to open a night-school to pire cants enclosing a 3 cs st stamp
instrurtlen in the German. A 11 who wish to join a clas
of this kind will leave their names at lhe Post-OSice.
February 21, '61.
Fonr and twenty flower heals were there, the cre.iter
part as completely docble as the best Poraponc Chrysan
themums in stly 3 Icobe in diameter, orae 2 1-2 in
ches, a few hnt2 inches. Purple, deep rr.t-e, li?ht rose,
rose striped, red, orange red, bsfT and vari ?t shades of
these colors, formed a bouquet of singular beiuty. They
displayed a brilliancy which none of our autumn fltwers
can equal." PackoUcoctaininsiOsoed fl.'ty tents each
sent postpaid to all px-ts of tie d nniry.
Address B. K. BLTS3, SprineCeld, Mas.
5Tj"lIis new CaUilog-ne is now in press and wil l be is
sued about the 20ta of February, and mi'.ed all appii-
II0T7 South Carolina met Virgin
ia's Call for a Conference. The foi
lowing are among the resolutions adopted
by the South Carolina Legislature, Jan
28th in response to the appeal of Virgin'
ia for a Conference:
Resolved, unanimously, ,That candor,
which is due to the long continued sympa
thy and respect which has subsisted be
tween Virginia and South Carolina, indu
ces the assembly lo declare with frankness
that they do not deem it advisable to ini
tiate negotiations when thev have no de
sire or intention to promote the ultimate
object in view that object being, as de
clared in the resolution of the Virginia
Legislature, the procurement of amend
ments or new guarantees to the Constitu
tion of the United States. Adopted unan
Resolved, unanimously, That the separ
ation of South Carolina from the federal
Union is final, and she has no further in
terests m the Constitution of the United
States, and that the only- appropriate ne
gotiations between her and the federal
Government are in their mutual relations
as foreign States. Unanimously adopted
Effects of Secession. One cf the
best merchants and ship-owners cf the
country, in a private letter recently ad
dressed to a distinguished Senator, so
thoroughly sustains the view3 of the Times
and its Washington correspondence, as
recently expressed m your columns, that
rsand you an extract, as the opinion of
one whose experience entitles his views to
profound consideiation. He says:
"The grass will grow in the streets of
New Orleans in two cr three years of se
cession independence. All the produce
which has usually gone down the river,
to get vent for Europe or the North, will
now go up the river, and by rail across to
New York cr Boston. Commerce seeks
peaceful avenues, and will not knowingly
take a dangerous one. The city of Mem
phis is now sending all of the great re
ceipts of cotton in that place to the North.
I have had 2,000 bales come to for
the factory, all the way by rail, at
a less cosl laid down than I could do it,
sending down the river, and thence by
sea from New Orleans to New York.
And this will be the great highway for
the tobacco and hemp of Kentucky, the
lead of Missouri, and the cotton of North
and South Alabama, Arkansas and Mis
sissippi. Ships will not go to ports where
they cannot get a proper clearance, and
where the insurance offices decline to
make aa insurance."
A Wallinsr Voice from Alabama.
Jeremiah Clemens, ex-Senator from
Alabama, ha3 written a letter to a friend
since the secession cf hi3 State, expressing
dolorous foreboding of the results of rev
olution. In the Secession Convention,
before the adoption of the ordinance, Mr.
Clemens warned his colleagues that the
act they were about to commit was trea
son, and that, if unsuccessful, it would
subject them to all the pains and penalties
of that highest of all political crimes.
He announced that he voted for the ordi
nance under solemn protest. In his last
letter he indulges in these mciurnfui re
flections after the deed is done:
"We are out; we have bid adieu to the
stars and stripes, and abandoned the high
privilege of calling ourselves American
citizens. I am not ashamed to confess
that I could not restrain my tears, when
the old banner which I have followed
through so many dangers was torn down,
and the flag of Alabama was raised in its
place; I cannot restrain them now when I
am writing; but the deed is done a new
era has dawned, and all that I can prom
ise is that no effort shall be spared on my
part to prevent it frcm becoming an era
cf disgrace. If we are not already in
volved in a war we soon will be. There
is no hope of peace, and he is but little
better than a madman who dream3 of a
long exemption from an invasion. I shall
meet it uhen it comes a a soldier should,
To All Yi Isom it May Concern.
All persons indebted to Wm. T. DEX, either on
book account, or by note, are hcrebj notified to call
ani pay np cn or before the 10th day of March 1S61,
ana increDy save tncmseiyea trouble and c.t.
J5rownville,Feb.2l Wil. T. DEN.
NO. 1 FARM FOR SALE.
AN EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN.
I WILL trire any man desiring a Xo. 1 Farm the rarest
bargain ever offered in this country. The Farm is sit
uated six miles west from Brownrilleon the Little Ne
maha River; consists of 170 acres, 100 of which is under
an excellent state of cultivation ; good duelling and
out houses; an inexhaustible supply of good stock
water ; 30 acres of good timber mostly hard wood.
There is also an excellent Mill Site cn the Lind.
Enquire of the undersigned on '.he premises, or R. TV.
Fnrnas at the Advertuer oflice. WM. WEDDLE.
February 21st, 1S61. no33v53t
OF FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
H. A. TERRY,
Wholesale and Rdail Dealer in
Garden, ricMaml Flower Seeds,
GHAPE TESTES, C00S23ZB2IE3,
Currants, Kaapberriea, Elackberries,
Roses, and Ornamental Shrubbery Generally.
CRESCENT CITY, IOWA.
X. B. Boxes of assorted garden see-is cozjtantly on
hand and for sale at the lowest ralej.
Golden Cassabar and Christiana
Two of the finest sorts in cultivation. Sent hy mail
at 15 cents per packase. II. A. TEERT,
March, n3-2t t'rercent (7.'fj. Iowa,
Micxni BOIOI SQUASH.
The subscriber h.ssa fair supply of seed cf this Ter
desirable variety of squash, which he will send by mail
to any address post patd at la cents per p.irzaze. In
quality it is fully equai to the celebrated Hubbard, and
in size and productiveness It far exceed thht variety
TVS have artist constantlv emc'oved In naintinur Tasen altogether it U oneof the bet
specimens of all kinds of Fruits, Shrub. Evergreens I 11. A.TLI.Ht,
and Flowers, and can supply nnrsery ajrents or others March, 3t Cretcent City, loica
wnu muj jujiuui;f ruuci wuuu or ia eoen. vur oounu I i ,
volumes are intended to contain all that an agent will I "Pi" flTl H f"0 TJf"Vr4fQ
require in selling a list of general Nursery products. I AlUUctlu -LULILU.
v e oner wiem ronca nnaer me nsaai priee, ana can WHEREAS, S. a, Chambers, executor of tie estate
'""'ru "Ul,uu vol""" .cr, iow, una b nave u ot Willis Hi 11, decoded, lias thi day made nrplieation
hesitancy in saying that the execution of the artist and tc the Probate Conrt of Vfmaha Ponnir v!,r 1U, t,
likeness to nature are not surpassed by any in the ri'mr tnr r.. r ci.ndn t.ii .v.
, ' .,""'',' vc- or said estate aud pay the dtbt and le?aciea chargable
men bcok. ESIuJS A. FORD, .rain.t tkium.! vt;- i. ii.. T i.
i - '--j vuv Kun, iu.cuv, v. get sstnrday. the 16;h day of llarcfi. A D 186!. at tpn
f XX T II TT II T? R i?. KiWK my mceat Crownville in said county, when and where
v aw ai w - -a aw a At J I an perns interested may attend and show onse why
me saiu extension ct time siiouid not be allowed.
TOXj ii a Q. OHIO. Given nnder my hnd and seal this 17th day of Febrn-
A3 the season is now approachinsi for transplanting T, A. 0. 1SC1. c. w. WHEELER, Pr ). Judge.
trees, fitc. we call attention of Tree dealers, Frnit
urowers, ana oicers wisuiug 10 beauiiry ineir grounas
to our stock of
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grape Vines,
Shrubbery, Roses, dfc.
Also: all the leading varieties of
Currants, Gooseberries, Blackberries,
&c, &c, &c.
Havins the agency f irMr. Tesbsoox ia this loei l
ity. I wiil be prepared to furnish punt by who'ea.9
ari l retail and at re-l'M-ed rates early ia the 5; r;.-..;.
Feh IS51 Ere wr.vi'!e, Ncbrta.
X;? tc ft", a I:4i OZ;e. )
Bro-vnvil'?, Xslittikji, -30, 13 U.
To JnhnW. .kus. Jwb Tran-t-Kn, Axron C.
Kel;y, Thuma E. Itu?!, Job 1 L. McKee. Jbn V',
Evans, John Lirdent, Williaa (Vbb, An-irewLf-fer.
XtehoUs Shi-lerjor, John WonetJ, Aaron 2,
McMahon, Jaaes IL-.tnou, an J D;vi4 LockwroJ :
The following pr)n are r i'iire,! to ai'r.-arwi;3-
ln .''!)d3v fr(.ni Feb. I- I : iiev 11. iiorneT-
ecntor of ciUtj Krdli-.kll t,i deeasoJ. Jcorh E.
OrJ aJministraU.T cf es-.ate rf Emory II. Keeder,
John W. Cukelj, Wi'.lian Zom Watt, Li.-b.iri
Vance, Henry I lira-, IMward C. SLasncn, IU!"a
S'ran, Cjru.ilt. Corliss.
. You are hereby n-'"fUsl t nppcnr tte Land Of
Ceeat Erownville X. within thirty days frvra the
date of this notice, anl cake aiditional pr,f in re
lati in to vocr rre-emr?icn entries, in. acordacee
with fn?trnotions fr-ri theComrv"sioner cf the 'iea
cral Iacd Oft-eat V.a.-h;ngt-3,in default of which
we are authcrizoj to csec -I sai l entries.
Cf.IL NIXON, Ke-iitcr.
C. .SillTII. Receiver.
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can'Cia jvU 1j ;t ' f fan 'eal.-:.
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np--a t::at e -.-.) meaU; ..1
Vl or it fu.'c 1 w s-Ici ill
ai 'a J aa 'caJacbe.
' ba.-.i .'
cf all tbe -rf ii d!.t-o'o
n c : va-c.r.a?i-. '
e.'. i-rcf itr.bia t:;
wbf .a lr;eutii;' to -.Ty.-rii-ac?'! ly
irani y K t after iLir i.';;-verri r fv'- 5
be e !-; i:rc 1 lb? n;'
ti--ii fro -3 S-: i:i Vn.a.r. I ibe C
!i- f Cf He:! ii,
turo tsakci kno n
: a. i ..
itaral s'.aia of ibe irI aaa Tice-J
it nay i; .Owiea n bs a ,if
2 3r;5ig c2-i; L'2-"S-?Ibi
. O - I - Z 2. ? : Z. 3 0 9 Z .
Jr ca c E i s :
Of which we have a la'?e stock, and we offer them very I A o
low for the Fall Trade 1S61, and would solicit the orders g
Enclose stamp, and send for Catalogue and Price List. I 2? 2 K-oS' P?i50si -
Av5n33-Fv2n3 Ohio Nurseries, Toledo, O. I 3
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1,000,000 Apple Grafts.
WE offer one million root-grafted Apples.
Twenty thousand or upwards at $5 per thousand.
Less than twenty thousand (5 per thousand,
Prime Peach Pits, $1 per bushel. Apple Seed $5 per
bushel. Plum pits, $5 per bushel. Cherry pits $5 per
tush & FORU.
v3 n2 Ohio Nurseries, Toledo, Ohio.
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XXX Villi ya.r.lH.UIlt ftUCUUUU CilCU8iVO I f y 1
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NATIVE GRAPE VINES,
one and two yea'i old, strong plants, grown In the open
air, and in large pots nnder glass r-elaware, Diana,
Concord, Rebecca, Hartford Proline, etc., in quantities
to suit purchaser!.
Extra Ijarge Plants at Moderate Prices.
For cultivation under g ass, of the best sorts Golden
Hamburg, Bowood Muscat, Blaek Hamburg, Linnndal.
Royal Musodine, Golden Chasselas, and thirty other
new and old sorts, one and two years old, at greatly re
duced pris. A fine lot of extra large plants grown in
extra large pots for Immediate fruiting.
A quantity of these, Native and Foreign, are in the
cellars, and may be packed and shipped at any pleasant
time during Winter or early Spring, with safety. Par
ticular attention given to packing vines securely for all
parts of the country. Send for Catalogues.
T. C MAXWELL & BKOS.,
Av6n33-Fv2n3j Geneva, Ontario Co., N. T.
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FRUIT &OR!IAME!ITAL TREES
Small Fruits Cultivated and for Sale
OLIVE BRANCH NURSERY
Sixteen miles east of Cincinnati,
CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO
100,000 APPLE TREES 5 TO 7 FEET HIGH.
Leading sorts at $60.00 perM., rentar!y assorted
to the trade ; elected, 510.00 per hundred, retail.
reaches, 1Z.U0 per hundred, retail.
Flams, 40 eents each, retail.
Cherries, 25 cents each, retail.
Quinces, 25 cents each, retail.
Gooseberries, 75 cents per dox., Uongbton See-irg
I'ear trees, 40 centa each, JVAnaard.
rear trees,30 cents each. Dwarf.
t'.acibrries, $1.00 per doien, Larrton.
Strawberries, $2 pcrM.
Rhubarb, $10,00 per hundred, Linnscas.
The above named tree3 are row crowing crjn our
own grounds, ana we consider them very fine. Ihe
3- 3 3
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Estray ITcticc. -
Territcry of Xebraika 1 J?
Nemaha County ""
Personally abpeared before nao Ttobert E. Gibb?,
who, beirj daiy sworn, dffiwo and says that he did
on tho Llta d.iy of Jan a d 13 31, take up a certain
porJy mare cf tae fjliowir desorip ticn, to wit: of
the medium siie, t ray color, na brandj 03 marks Ti
aib'e. sarr'Osed to be nine cr ten years eld. aid
estray wa?on bis premi?rs at the tin?, taken up ia
township 5 and rac'ell cf this county.
Sworn to and subscribed befj.-e ma on this -Lt
day cf January A D 1S51.
F.L. COLLINS, J. P.
Wc, IheucJcraijncJ.baTinbecn du!y appointed
and sworn, do hereby ajpraiio the abeve es'.rayat
The above wers appointed aa 1 swera by cs this
21st day of January a d 15 51.
d23-3.v H.L. COLLINS ,J. P.
Joseph Scbliiz, Administrate otk Fr..V;f C j'irt
Gewrce Englctardt, dece ised Petition to tell land
John rhilipEnslchirdt )
To John Philip Eng!?uar:t and 1 ie unknown heirs and
leial represenutivei cf ieorze Er.e'.ehar it deceased.
Ton are hereby informed tha'. 00 t:ie I-ih day jf JjLrn
ary IS6I. said adniinisi ratir filed hi pe:iaor ia tfce
Probate Court of Netnha euunty, Nebraska Territory,
the object and prayer cf wlnrfc petition is ti btiin an
cri'er cf said court f ir the S3ie ojthe fol'.win real es
tate of which tae said Gecrae Enslebardt died se zet to
pay the deb's of a;d decedent, to writ: the north haifof
the south wet quarter of section eiahteen townrhip five
raree thirteen, Nemsha eunty, Nebraska Trri!-ry
Notice is herphy given to all persons concerned that
Febrnary 23.1 ISol, at 10 o'ct.xk a m is the tinje set for
hearing said application at the Cce of the Probate
Judge in Brownviile in said county, where ail perons
interestel may attend and show caue why an order
should not be granted to said administrator for the sa!
of said real estate.
Witness my hand and sex! thisllthday of J.;r.t!,iry a
D19-3I. C.W.WnEEI.KIt, Probate Ju txe
Ordered that the above te puhiijhed six consecutive
n m: .1 otbens!:- c,..
Unticn. ti.'I too Ut to be reait-Jio-l asi : , .
tioa.i ,-bor.:J tc-e.- Ys r II.lv
becli?.:iit;i ur,dert-j carnet: jx'-xxi--Mipaihi-;.
ffimiios, anl ii tbe f rvcurjor cf a rei;t -',
di.eaies,aaonr wbk-hcre Aprtei, G.,u
niatijru.acJ aii fbrite JiiM'i t. la m atrT,,-1
it ii syn:patb ::k ( f J: ft-; cf tus;,
tin?ifl-c-t f-Jc'., f h -j u ic 'Muzst et-tV-bi!
i'.'u iea.i:i'-';e, tf ,,'cstijat;-n arj '
ciior.lcrjof the bo we!, as w:i at nr.;. acj r,
Section . ric-ai-s of ;he btsrtarc rtrv f--'
lyattandf-I with fcea,Io..-h?.; Ar.an.:a aaj ."'
are tJjo a?-.cti.cs whi?i fre;ieat:y occa,;, 8
ache. Idiopathia h caliche i.a!ioTcrjrf rrx
ir.- i?a.;:? dlitinnhea by the name tf
htati -jfh t, S'-.iacUue evmia on ia.idcn!y in,
cf apparently soar. J health ard f.rosirtir
tbeiuentil anl j hy;'tl en'rrU-, anj ;a
s'anocs itcom3 ca slot.'v, bera:.I.-l ey d.ps
of spirits oraetrbiry cf terror, la est
the j nin ;j ia the frcnt of tbhcad.ovcroatV
eyes, anl louictia-u proTukir? Totnitisi: c
thijcia?j majaljo nifc-dJWtn'jH.
IYr the treatment cf either ajj uf H.'a.
Cephaiic Pil.'j hare been f jaala sau a, c !.
e ly, relieving h trcS a 'ute p aics ia a few 1
te, anl by in sr.btla pr-wer adk-:i.;ia the
of which hcz J 'chi U tha u ?:rl: ini.-s.
Cephalic GIa, n ab-.f.:'? rf Prr;l I'.".
ara tctn;a trat sjat it ri.-.t-rr: bat pr!;;--hz
aft her knowin ' what it i. Ye he she's r. -
and ";s-; with the illci IIci i.-ii?, an I winj
n"'re of that rca -3 r.'aived Ia-r I re.
Dr.vji.f. YvB must cear t?r a!iii's C
L'riJ-jet Ooh ! sure cow a?- l you've loj.
the r.:i.it-:her an 1 v zz the iiii, aa 1 d ,a'i
day b boat it aitb-.T.
Jilain, Between Lev?e and First Streets.
Particular attention given to the
I'urcliase and SaSe cf Ileal
Estate, 2Iakiiig: Col
Payment of Taxes for rSon-Uesi-
LAXD W A?.?AXTS FOT. SALE, for cash an 1 cn
LAXD WARRANTS LOCATED forEs.?tcm Ca--
itoliitJ.on landi selectel frrm perf:nal exainiDatioa,
and a complete Town-hip M;:p, showing Hiream.-1,
Timber, lorwarded with the Certificate of loca
Drownville.X.T. Jan. 3, 15 JT. yl
PEASE & FOWLER.
rfave recently located in this pla.-e and so'itit a share
of public ptroii2?e. Their i'ork and prices casrjot fiil
to grve satisfacticn. Prices tor stoeinj hordes 1.60
for shoeins all roend with new shoes. Dec. 2-r, 3m
4r3 ' -j
S3 aCM ti3
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds
The subscribers have now received an entire
Jferr StocK of Seeds,
of the growth of 1SC0, which they take pieacure in
oSTerinj for sale at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
And at prices to suit the times.
We feel confident that abetter or mors r'tabbs
proprietor's attentioa baa been given for tbo last collection cf seeds wss never otiered to a Xorta-
ClteeDTeara almost entirely to the propagation of western public. .
Nurseries, the cultivating and marketing of Fruits; ftrri QtrsTr tT f?i!ofi 5nnita
and during this time, have made it a business to . . Ulir fclOCk 01 tarUCO fcCCLS
collect from the most correct sources Tarietiea espe- " are. nna emoraces au icas is aeemea wo.aj 01
. .... I lti,ariri in Ifiia f ini
cial led adapted to this climate. ... -
All orders, accompanied by cash, attended to 1'jfl 'IriPllPS t IfiWPr Sr.'I
rromptly: and, if necessary, delivered in Cincinnati, f!n;I,,frs..; a nn-.!, vt..: -.
and forwarded free of cost, euept mo-lerate tbarres 1 w' .,f ., . .. . . .
when orders are boxed or baled. Address, ...j....i.viU..u,rv..
"C. DOLE, nrv T- t.it-.f.....n..-r..i.
Of FIELD SEEDS we have a larjrts vsrietv. con
sisting in part of Larrre and Medium Cover, Timo
thy, Kentacsy lue jtu.. Led Top, Urc.iarl Grass,
The hest variety for market and for live fptce (r!i lli'.iet, Ilunrariaa Grsss. Chine's Sarar Cine, and
purpurea) price J per thousand. By mail,.tra:l, eei Grains zeceraiir.
Olive Branch, ClermorJ co., 0.
Osier Willow Cuttinrs,
for experiment, $1 per hundred. P. L. H A L-SKT,
Jiarca, vaiij ictory, Cayuga Co., N.T.
"Crevelin;;" Grape Vines.
Orders for Tines cf tbi really d-.Ucioif cr.l trtrlj
(7 raps accompanied by Cash will receive rrt-apt
Good one year Vines, 58c each, $4 per dci?a.
Good two year Vines, $I,C0 ea-h. $1 p.r di.ten.
f. M. GOODWIN 1 URO..
t2d3 Kingston, Luzerne Co., Fa.
10,000 Sugar-maple Seedlings.
ONK TEAS OLTi. 1 to 4 feet Ten
thocsiiid. Trees, 3 to S feet $5 per 1'in i-r l.
v3u4 A. iililANT A. SJN'.
fr.ii.-ftit, 1 !l.
A large aortnent of Perpotnal, T. ("? r ind
M9 Rosi-e in pr,tj thirty c?nt e !. -J f j , ,:. u-i,
! r.',A fl.rl.t .'.rnurrK it c oc n l,nna rn. i :.. r t -iUre-i. A. ISlAM .S. ;'.
50 lushrls Oscigz Orar.e Sad
Just rtcsintd dirert from Texan.
Wehave a!,o ncnnpltte sbxk rf the nr.st afprored
JiTiciulural and Ilorticu.t tral
V."e take this opcrte-.i?y to return onr that.kj o
onr many friends ar,d tbo public ?r.cru:i;', f. r tho
very liberal patrorjne b"?rit( f. re btowl upon m.
an-a we nc-pe hst ty a stri- t attcrniia t rurbui-
r.e?s, aai admire to veft tjo wants of t'.a Nor'.h
west ia the Apric i.tar&I Tr., that e tba!i inrl: a
Cuhtinuanco v? th a..t.
A!l er-rrfp-.r Jea. :r I r2?- r?-.n-.- it'rr. !1
to. Fall S-jfl atl Xrp':cr.t C.'r.: ' -1 :j s.lI to
a.y ailresiou reip f st ifTs-.. A ! '-
F.b. 1 1. r',2 2J. L;Vas.ti ;.; . fl
mr.uir inifjon i oilvm:::.?.
r..-t- n'j t!rc ttvr f . ! l'r ;,,-cm r t
lii .J til f- i I ! f. S"l'.rii:ii:?if.f:i ,ff
Tmo Dclovrare Grape Vines
PnOPAGATZD FROM THU OBIOI3AL
Strong, Well-rooted One l eer CM Tin's l ; Txo-
year old $l.&0 to jev extra lanje livers,
with bearing trooJ, $2 lo 33. . Smaller layers, il to
AJbSO anevirei of Allen's new white TTybrld. Anna.
Clara, Coucord, C.inton, Cw!t, Diana, Her emont,
Ilartford, Prolific, Logan, Lo Noir, Lydia, Loui.-a, On
tario, Rebecca, Rnf rs' new Hybrids, Taylor's Kuliut,
To-Kalon, Coien Viliase, ic.
- Compactly grovn Deiarare, with ahnndaat fine,
fibrous roots, carefully packed in mos, enveh.ped in oil
silk, and sent rx-t pa.d, to any pirt of thy L'nitn, oa
receipt of $1 eaci.
Isaibellas ind Catawbis of one and two ys r' crs th,
foreixn vines f-r Graperie, Ka5plwrries, litackberne,
Strswt.erries, No., all at the Jonest rates,
J3Send for a circuijr. ,
GEO. W.CAXPEKLL. Delaware, O.
(Xt. 19, 1960. ni:-3:n.
Dwarf Broomcorn Seed.
Ihe underifroed (ffo's a very desirable variety of
Parf Broow corn ed f r si'e, the stalks i,f whi b,
ca an averace.are ni't nore than IS ir.ce to two feet
h:?h to the bru.h. atid ll.e t t"h m of about tve same
ler;tb the wbo:e pUfit be,n on! r t.rpe or foar feet
h:?b. The broom i fr a; erifr to the oil tal! variety
be in; ranch finer in rtrean! nimh more eta-tic. It
wi lyieid fully tur.ee the an. cut of br-join from an
acre of land than the old tail variety dve. cm aT;ur.t
of its dwarf bat-its it l.tar cl-ser pi.int;t;, ard !! re
siit the scvere-t "tortii. atid lc(v-r d-.-wn. T"ue
brth is wrapped up abnnt h;f U le&sth ia the t. p
leaf, which olxnte'4 it fr' ni bend. in d. wn. ar.de n e-j-3
r.tly keeps the br.H'rc. tri:ct.t . This dwjrf varicy
wi'I prnve in-iispcnsab'.e to ail cultivatir.s iin val a.-.l
crop. Price 3J cent pero-.iice pa.ka;e,or $2 rer ih
3eitbymil pjst!;d. A2'.r
Jan.'Sl CIIAS RAIIIOND, fhaw'i Ptdat, 111
Conslipalion cr Ccstlrcnci.
No or.ee f tb many Jm'i 14 ucir t."iir
rc'nt, so little nn J-.-rTM-d. ar 1 j'nuh d.,-.
aj Coitiren". Oftea oririnatin in e-w.w-cr
sedentary L:tbit., it I ie2rde-i as a i'.'--, 1
dcr cf too lirt!e eonr-e ".-jence l.: excite ani t t
in rality it i the tt-xmtjT ar d coirtani. a
of the tniijt fatal and iarr?rnus fi-tene. j
Ie.j early cradlcate-l.it wi irin tbeisfT-w
nn'.imolj prave. Amor? the Iir-iter er.ls-.fr-
crriver.e'" u the nnal af.-n-lunt are II i.j
Coliu, Kheirnati.rj:. Foal lr-it;h. Filr-s tr.i
of like r.a'.'irf. while a bvj train of fpV.fi,' i.
pes sne'i ai Malignant Fcvt-r, Ab-e. i'r
Diarrfcfca Dysj-e.ia. A pc-pi eiy. Epilepsy, iVi
Hys'fria, Ilyrcchondria.-i.'", Mi-lancholy a-.l!:.
ty, f r-t i.-i.ii ; ife thciryr? i.t.j ia the j'.-s .1
alarming ryesr.ra. Not nnfre-"int:j thel.
named oriir.iic in C"n.?rratin, buttikeosu
depcDdcntex:tenc nn.'i'-j tb'( cauie is srai 1
in an early stae. From all -tise een.'.-Jcat;..
f.!!oa"s thai tha disorder shot.'.d rectire iia-:
attention whenever it our and no c-r.n i.
neglect to get a hot cf Cephalic Pi; on tb ?
appearanco cf the ccdi l.iiat, a? t'r t.j
will espel the insiJoa arpr:a-hescf i'.itan, .
desire y thiida:!cruU3 fu? t-j t laaalifc.
A Real E!c5jn?.
Pkvtician. Well, Mrs. Jjses, howia tha:':-.
ache T ' .
Jfrt. J-?e. G'jne ! Doctr, ailgne! t': :
you sent cured me Ja jut ts."Tn!y rainu", v
wi.h you would sci.d nicre so that" I caa fcaT! ;
1'h yirittH. -Yon can zt them at arjyPn
Ca!l for Cepuaiio hill, I lind thy never ftil.
rcemmend them in all ca-(M of beadwhe.
. I u:i
shall tell ail raysTcric,
send f r a box d rf-'
frieuli, IvX lbt,yi.-t
Tttextt ir.-i.r.TCNS 07 Diii.f.ir.3 Sivn
Pnaldinr has sold tw. mi!:i.rif ef b'.tt!-i "( i
ebrated Prepared Glae. and it is e-timavl th:
lxtt!e saves at b-nt ten dollars wrtb of br k".
piture, tbrg makits nn a;rf--ite of tia7
iionj of dollars reclaimed from total
Ti.nab:einvent:cn. llavin m&Jsi fcHGiai
sehi.'d word, bo now rrop-to do the w!-'-
jre.tter fervice ,j cur?r.-n!: tha actio; B-ti-r
his Cer.balw Pill-i, anl if therare a rJ
GIuj, Ilea .laches will soon var.ish as snow ia
n7"0vFr E.tcitmnt, an ! t'ae msnta!
anxiety incident t.cio4 attonion to
study, are amr? the narnerou ca'j cf Jt'
Headache. Tb d"i-rderd state of misd at
incident to this distrain 1 son;: laict U '
bl w toall en'v and ambit: )n. r-'af rr" "
disr.rdr can always ob'ain n iicf fr"ta
tre?nj attack? bv n;n-o" .,f. the Cctbai:? '
benever the STmr fors s--ar. It oiie'
ta.-ked brair, anl soothes the sra;r,-l anl.i"
nerve., and relaxes tbe tn.Iin cf lhe '
alwav a.-C'T.'i"ir.tcsani trrriTatis tha
conditionof the brain.
Fact wo?.tt knotivt.-
u.. are a c-f-rt.in c-.rd f r 'i "r H-i ii-:.
Ilea Uehe. Nervous II .-a I.icb?, Ccstivcsjiai
1 ' ? 7
fe be t c:i te atti"-.t;,.r, -f the prblie to the P'.rw
ral depirtrietit .f r.cr F.-tMi..ha est, h:ch we n
have in fall an l s-zxet i oprati--n. ir t -i of
Greerl;lou, be'l-s. and F! e-ir,? Ttir:-, 5hr'.
Jt- , etiMni!s m part -I Cers::e5' . Vc-ten . I.ih-Pc!-xes.
Y ni. lif In trc;w. Ate., we t,Cr f .r
s!e the e.,L-..-,8 -i l.w?r rri- t hn tj !:, 2'e
by pl.cin? the n wr.L.a tte re j a of aii. ilffte-e
pt ants f.uver all .Sjt.ner. aii I .rs.re. col. r.f jrni.kBd
frssrrsai-e of ft-" r f jss t tee. .id.
l!i!? the .l of a a-t cla-s prr-iiitint
hou t-.fl m appen-.'ire 1. ttS a:rrd ; us f 4. i; f.r
irea-ia; onr : i t-e:tHtnv di-uil. p ,.-i, M."4
tare no rjrs of re;ti:iT" Lit li e y riot ty t-ia.r.g ia
Iteir or.ier earlr.
We attend to U e P- .-vriti'-.a rartmert cre! vr-.
ar. J warrant e ery art.c pr -ii of k tj be 1.
tronj. li-,:t:,y. weil r-iil p!-t. and trr t.jajtT-. ,
Our dsTi?tiii a--: p!j' t4 4i:i wi!l te cut -a
Ar'l't a" i iU f ' t , r ;! I v T'i 4. '. t ::.,; : .. -in:.
J. A. V.IN..H HHI K.St t il-. J -; a .rr.-:u.lur.! I
n-.le, ai.d It. W. 11 l'. r.l.i(-,l;:-.3u.,i
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