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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1861)
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'.N; -'1J ' ..." VcwTork. and B.-ow n' Iroi
:r'yr, " W Advertiser.
as J Ftwsn xNcwspapcr
"TT'VeWsA FA KM Eli."
Terry's Garden Seeds are for sale at
Hill's, Martin's anJ Advertiser office.
Da. Gwix we seo is busily c
fericin? and excavating, and has the trick
on the ground preparatory to erecting a
new residence on the hillside in middle
t:n? l, ";'.,.,,,. in that .city, atd they e u -..irTrr
i ,'f '..t;..wr:it! f or tx.tli tLe.lrfper
- ,eJ '1 f ' ' , jiectW'.ls lor tic tame.
jiportant to Advertisers
To those who have commodities m the
-riwltaral or Educational line, to dis
'I'tt, we offer advantages not to te
vi i; any other establishment in this
"rv. We will 'insert such-Adrer-'ineiiU
as are amicable to the Agri-
arai and Ilucational wants of the
t'si-in loth our weekly and monthly is
s irt very rea'sawUe rates, and will
?r,'.w thus an abrogate circulation
r larger and daily increasing
that tf any' other establishment in
Tcrins will lc given and contracts en
ed into on application. .
rirtncrWanted In the Printing
rarerpportumty ia presented in this office to
. j,rru printer who can command a reasona-
aumunt of Capital. Iij practical printer is
nt one whotboron-hly undondands the printing
;i,rMin'! its details; not merely a compositor
h .superficial knowledge of other duties dcvolv-
o'k.d l superintendent of a well couiactcd
i'lVg liffu'5. .
' f.ticaiit " , if ml person nil y known, inukt be well
.:n'm"iied as to business qualifications and steady
F.;"prti,uliir6adJrcrs "Advertiser," Erown-
Terry Garden S-ed are pure and
fh. V'ou will find them at .Hill's,
irtiti's and Advertiser office.
Haskell's Lectures. J. Sticknet
'ktLL, d Nebraska City, lectured in
jdace on Monday and Tuesday even
ts of this week. The lecture on Mon
v evening, subject: "Theatres and
nr evd tendencies," we did not hear;
i, Jy those of .our citizens who did, it
proNOimced to the point, and forcible.
lecture! of Tuesday evening, "Inside
Jl)ut:idf," abounded in amusing, thril
eloquent and pathetic passages; an-.Ji-fles
and impersonations, showing the
Ikie and outside of society: the ira
Vtrjshed, suffering condition of. one
riioR,.whi!ethe other, heedless or igno
it thereof, disclaimed any respcnsibili
' therefor, or cbligatioft to relieve.. His
..:trations of the principle that we are
ur Irothers keeper," were mott exccl-
Ve regret that Mr. II. could not have
va accommodated with-a more comfort
Jand convenient lecture room; and
xrity leads us to believe that ignorance
:. the character of his lectures was the
i . ,
won why he was not.
Bo sure to purchase Terry's Garden
Js. They are for ?ale at Theodore
Vt, D. J. Martin Co.'s and at the
Another Acquisition. Dr. John
im, who has for some time past been
-:a?eJ practicing medicine and in the
Jj? business at Nemaha City, has re
ived to this city and purchased It.
wVs interest in the City Drug Store,
-are pleased to notice such acquisi--"S
to our place.
know of a great number of busi
es men who contemplate removing this
r from other points to this, who we
notice at the proper time.
steam rackets. The steamers O-
t anJ West Wind are now running
) tfular Packets in connection with the
fiUl and St. Joseph Railroad. 'They
at present making trips twice each
Wq spppose a daily line will be
" oa assoon as the season fairly opens
-The Shreveport is running as an inde
pient packet from St. Joseph up.
Kerry's Garden Seed are those raised
I own soil and climate. Fur sale at
s, Mania's and Advertiser office.
Quite a number of visitors from the
States, we notice are already here thi3
Spring '.'looking around-" They are al
delighted with the country and many no
doubt will locate with us.
W e were pleased this week to form the
acquaintance of Dr. Fisher, of Waynes
vi!Ie, Ohio, en his first visit to the "far
. SdiOOl KxIllblttOU.-The first School
Exhibition in this county was held in
School District No. 5, on Wednesday the
13th, E. K. SrouT Teacher. We un
derstand there was a large attendance,
about two hundred. The exercises, con
sitting ot Speeches, Dialogues, Compo.
siiions, Instrumental and Vocal Music,
&c, were interesting and gratifying to
all parties. We hope to hear of more
such in this county.
NCW Jlill We understand that Mr.
ievi .sprinkle, wno lor seme years
past has been running an extensive steam
mill three or four miles above this place,
has concluded to remove his machinery
to this city, and erect mill buildings on
an enlarged scale. This community will
bear testimony in favor cf the superior
work turned out by Mr. S.; and his lo
cation in our place will be regarded as a
Cash Business. In the future Theo.
Hill w ill sell goods for cash or good produce in hand
Ho returns thanks for past liberal patronae and
informs the public that ho is determined to sell goods
at prices o low that he fears no competition. Call
and exnnrine Lis largo stock of goods of nil kitds.
To S. T. FI1UGART, i:?q., Chief Clerk in the
Agricultural Department of the U. S. Patent Of
fice, we nre indebted for complete copies of the
Patent OHice Reports 18j9, aDd also a small supply
of Garden Seeds. The seeds we will divide Trith
those who wish to experiment.
' ACKNOUTegTiE.NtV. We have received of
Jas. J. II. Gkei.oky, Marblehtti'l. Mass., a supply of
Hubbard, and Marrow Squash feed; Mason, Stone
Mason, and Marblchead Mammoth Drumhead Cab
Of Chas.Batjioxd, Shaw's roint,Illinois,Dwarf
Of D. L. IIaeset, Victory, New York, Osier
Of B. R. Biiss, Springfield, MaeS., Double Zin
nia Flower Seed.
To J. II. Mourison, Esq. who ppent last season
in the Mines, we are indebted for a mammoth Sil
ver Skin Onion, called the "Mexican Onion," and
a few Mexican BaanSi The Onion it the largest we
ever saw. Whether they will grow as large with us
is yet to ascertain. We will test It.
OPORTO GRAPE. Seo the advertisement of Dr
E. Wakk Sn tester, Lyons, New York. The
Oporto is claimed bj its friends as a superior wine
grape, and the Doctor is giving it great attention.
Send on your orders.
Hon. S. G. Daily has placed us under j
renewed obligations by furnishing a com
plete sett of Congressional Globes 1st
Session 35th Congress.
Oregon rlurcerv. ?
,.T-L V" .Ili-e4Ue,ih"n o'eputu lothe Flo-
have in fall and jucceaafU ciralln.- Our Ji
jrcekU.iUiP, beddins acl Flowenaj Plauts, SLrnb.
&c, c.,i rimcg in part f Geraneaias, Verbeoas. DaL
ilas, relvxe. Pellet, Ileliuirupe-. &c.t we offer rr
a!e the coraiE SprinKat I rwer prices tUin "usual, ttere
bj plann? tiierii within t arm.-, ,.t .u . . . .
pian( Cower all Summer, and loriie. cclur, form and
fragrance of Cower cauiiU Le c:i'XUl.
Havli the Julvantase of a rirrt clais propaasting
bouse asd its ar pt-niaac. which affurJ ta facintiei for
iacreahiujoor to.;k toiueetaoT eeuoanU. parties tbo'.J
fcave no fe.im of gettias wLat they want by lundii-i: lu
ttifiir order earlv. -
We atteLd to the Propapratinir Department morsel ve$,
and warrant every article purchased of cs to be rood,
strong, belthy. well rootel plants, and tree to nam?,
Ourdescripiive and priced catalogue will be out la
Ap-ii, and will be furwardel bj mail to a.l applicant!.
J. A. VAXAKSUALB.fc. CO., St. Jeph Agricultural
House, and B. W. FCRN-S, rrmerOeice, Brownville,
N.T.. aieourautLorned AgenU. All orders left with
tueia will receive prompt attenilon.
R. 11 BURCHES & CO.
P. S. TIfcvins forclnR piu m eciatlv for the purpose
we will have SW2HT POTATOK planta for Rale by tbe
million, t reduced prices. K. H. B. & Co.
Oregon, ilo. Eeb. ltjfil Teb 1S6I -
. COLORED PLATES
OF FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
WE Lave artihtu constantly employed In piloting
specimen of all kind of Bruits, Shrubs. Evergreen
and Flowers, anJ can supply ntrsery agents or others
witb any quantity, eltber bound or ia bbeet. Oar bound
volume are intended to contain all that an afent will
require in selling a list f general Nursery prod icts.
We offer thera mncb under the nsual priee, ai.cl can
furnish the bound volume very low; and we have no
hesitancy in eaying that the execution of the artist and
hkencg to nature are not surpassed by any in tbe
country. Call at the Valley Farmer office and ee speci
men book. EN.SIGX & FORD,
Av5ii33-Fv2n3 Ohio Nurseries, Tjledo, O.
Jacob IIariion, as will be seen by his
advertisement, has received his Spring
stock of goods. Go and see gentlemen.
Jacob understands his business.
SOClal Hop A Social Hop took
place at the Brownville House on Tues
day evening on occasion of the wedding
of Mr. Worthing and Miss Briggs. It
was a very sociable and agreeable affair.
The refreshments gotten up under the
superintendence of "mine hostess" of the
Brownville House, of course, were of the
;RcturnC(.-U. C. Johnson, Esq.,
;--rict Attorney for this Judicial Dis
;:t; and T. W. BmroiiD, Esq., County
13 District Clerk, who have been spend-
a few months in their native Slates,
i-5r Yuri and Pennsylvania, we are glad
Announce .returned 'oa the Omaha on
.--' last. Neither of them, we are
;'ry lo say, brought d'better-half" as
sarjTuineiy" expected by their "most
eiil friends:1' They may, however!
iv n:ade "arrangements" for some
-we occasion ;" shouldn't wordcr.
j rf vk-Vft vt,aiA ii vil
'-3jtionedV! ri-td out with "nice store
and are somewhat loth to doff
5 y airs." But they'll "westernize"
; --Oct much trouble.
Fire at Nemaha City. We regret
to learn that Strong's Hotel in Nemaha
City was consumed by fire this morning.
It was a good building, and the loss must
be quite serious. Said to be about SI, 000
insurance on the building.
NotlCC. Is hereby given that there
will be an election held in Brownville, N.
T., on Monday, the 1st clay of April, a.
d., 16G1, for the purpose of electing one
Mayor, four Alderman and one Recorder
for said City.
Attest: Benj. B.Thompson, Rec'r.
March 21st, 1SG1.
A Few Choice Seed.
A few Hubbard Squash, Marrow
Squash, Mason and Stone Mason Cab
bage, Apple Pie Mtlon and Perfected
Tomato Seed for sale at this office.
Hereafter there will be preaching every
Sabbath at the Christian Crurch at half
past ten. On Sunday the 24th preach
ing by Rev. Joel M. Wood.
Sermon to Yguiis Men Next Sab
bath evening in the Presbyterian Church
by A. S. Bi llingslt ; subject: David's
charge to Solomon.
Communion in the forenoon at 10 1-2.
Preaching Friday evening and on Sat
urday at 2 p. m.
! Dakota Democrat We find ca
;r &l!e the first number cf another new
bearing the above name, hailing
f;1. Dakota City, Nebraska. Daniel
uxiiurt, Editor and Proprietor,
i j8 coLtinuatioa cf the Herald. The
-''Er country, it strikes us, ought to sus
;'aa raper, and. we hope the Democrat
j'; raced tetter than its predecessors.
7 v a
25.000 Standard Arrie trees, of
apprrea varieue, three aua
fi.ur rears Id, from Cve to J per 100 p. 600 pIOCO
tipht feet bkli $10.00 $l.OO 60.00
Co.cbcrriei, UURhton's 4.00
Sirawteriie. Kec Tii-e, the Lest
variety known 60 I 60 5 60
MeAvory No 1 75 J.lO 3 60
Jennies Seedl's. C.enere, criaisfn 1.00 S.tfJ 6.W
Law ton Klaiklerry, per doien $2.0
Franrorua Ras;bcrry 50
FalstafT " 60
Scotch Hybrid Tie Plant, none better. 00 16.00 25.00
Victoria ' 6.00
Rett Dutch Currant, p. doren $1 00 6.00
Black Naples Cnrr't S.OO
Oue year old apple eedlirr 3.00
aio numerous other article contained in Narseriea
Eecerally, li.se, Dahlias, Puicxo. Ic .nc
A'''ren, K. F. PACCK.
H'C'eic Crttk, lit Co., i.'l.
AS the i-eason is nov approachine for transplanting
trees, Jic. we call attention of Tree dealers. Fruit
Growers, and others wib'uinzto beautify their srounds
(o cur stock of
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grape Vines,
shrubbery, Rents, Cfc.
Also: all the leading varieties of
Currants,' Gooseberries, Blackberries,
&.c, &c, &.C.
Of wblch we have ala'pe stock, and we offer thera verv
low for the Fall Trade 1SG1, and would solicit theorders
of tho-e wibhinx to purchase.
Enclose ttamp, and iend for C italoscue and Price List.
EM SIGN & FORD,
Av6r.33-FvSn3 Ohio Nurseries, Toledo, O.
H. A. TERRY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Garden, Field and Flow er Seeds,
CHAFE YIITES, GO DSLEITSSIES,
Currants, Raspberries, Blackberries.
Rosa, and Ornamental Shrubbery Generally.
ORESCENT CITY, IOWA.
X. B. Boxes of assorted garden seeds constantly on
hand and for sale at tbe lowest rates.
DCItCT GAME FOWLS.
A few pair of this celebrated variety of fowls may
be had at $5 per pair on application to the subscriber.
They were bred from stock obtained at Kongsly, a part
of which waa selected by tbe mb'scrfher m person.
SAN FORD nOWARD,
v3 n3 Office of Boston Cultivator, Miss.
1,000,000 Apple Grafts.
WE offer one million root-grafted Apples.
Twenty thousand or upwards at $5 per thousand.
Less tl-an twenty thousand $9 per thousand, .
Prime Peach Pits, ;l per bushel. Apple Seed $C per
bushel. Plum pits, $5 per bushel. Cherry pits $6 per
v3 n2 Ohio Nurseries, Tolodo, Ohio.
By the se of these Pills the periodic attacks of JVVrt
ou or Sick Headache maybe prevented; and if taken
at the commencement of an attack immediate relief
from pain and cicknebS will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nautea and Head
ache to which females are so subject.
They id gently upon the bowel removing Coitive'
For Literary Men, Stvdentt, Delicate Females, and
all persons of tedentary habite. they are valuable as a
Laxative, improving tbe appetite, giving tone and vU
gor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural
elasticity and strength of the whole system.
The CEPHALIO PILLS are the result of long Investi
gation and carefully conducted experiments; having
been in ue many years, during which time they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and of
fering from Headache, whether originating In tbe ner
voue system er from a deranged state of tbeaomacA
They are entirely vegetable in their composition, and
may be taken at all times with perfect sate'y, withnni
ui&kine any change of diet, and the absence of a' yoir
acrreable taste rendert it easy to administer taem tc
Beware of counterfeits!
The genuine lave five signatures of Henry C- Spalding
on each box. .
Sold by Drucgistsand all other Dealers in Medicines
A box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of the
Price 25 cents.
Ail orders should be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
43, Cedar Street, New York.
Dec. 0, 18t50. .n.22-1 -
Notice to Pre-emptors.
- . NcroaLaLmJ 03e,
Krotnivillc, 2 braskJ, Jan. ZO, 1 3? 1. S
" To John W. ?i! kus. Jacob Trapitae'il Aron C
Ke!!v. Th rcas E. Ua.H. Jchn J.. McSee, John W
Evan, Jf bn Iardet. William Culb, Aalrew Shaf
er, XiL-lM ShiJrc-r, John "iVone'.!, Aaron D,
JIcJinLon, Jajiej liaunoa, anJ DiTia LrKkwocu :
You are hereby &itif.eJ to appear at thaLand 0
fit-e at Brownville X. T., wi;!iin thirty daTsfn.in tlie
date of tuu nct.cs. axa uiaue al Jitioaal proof in re
Uti'.a to Tour Ere-etsi tion entries, ia accordance
with initruticM from tho Ccmaiiisioncr rf the Gen
eral I and Gi2:eat Wasliia zton, in default of which
we are autborized to cancel said entries.
Tbe fullowicjt versons are r5Qaired toarpearwith
ia ZQ days from l'b. Utb. 1361 : Wilev II. Horn ex
ecutor of cjtate Ued lick CLm deccajed, Joseph U
GrdaJmtriistratvr of estate cf ticory LL Recier,
John W. CukelT, Willian Zum Watt, KU-hard
Vance. UerrT Harms. Edward C ShaaLcn, Rolla
S'range, Cyras It. Corliss.
The foilowini? perscna are notiael to appear within
30 days from Feb. S:
David Lutz, Leonard Spitier, Wm. A. Enge!k,Chia
. IIjvcj2te. Martin Stuell. E!ia B. Wnirht, Law
rence Farrell. Samafl Eidelar, Ira Sutherland, Hud
son Georce, Matthew D. Noble. George L. Turner, M'il
liam H. Storer, James Fv.t, Daniel Morgan, William
Richardson. Andrew B. Baltia, Thomas L. ilackoy,
Benjamin P. Huston, Joseph TenesU, John Hapkin Geo
Gekeler, Gideon Johnson. Elmer A. Graves. James
W. Deputy. Birl J. Huover .
Tbe f .llowinz persons are notified to appear wiib.
in 3t) dav from March Hth:
L'liia Iligins, JohnBalfrT, Junes F. Catron.
O.II. NIXON", Itegitter.
C. B. SMITH, Receiver.
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
Will convince all who suffer from
" Cre veling" Grape Vines. .
Orders for Vines of this really dtllciou and early
Grape accompanied by Cash will receive prompt
(Jood one year Vines, 50e ench, $ t per dozen.
Good two year Vines, $1,00 each. $.7 per dozen.
f. M. UOODWIN i ERO
v2n3 Kingston, Luzerne Co., I'a.
A large assortment of Perpetual, Tea, Chini and
Moss Rosses in Pots, thirty cents each, $2 60 per dozen,
$15 per hundred. A. BRTANT SON,
-v3n3 Princeton, III.
itiAGoi isoxrai squAsn.
The subscriber has a fair supply of seed of this very
desirable variety or squash, winch be will send by mail
to any address pobt patd at 16 cents per package. In
quality it is fully equal to the celebrated Hubbard, and
in size and productiveness it far exceed that variety.
Taken altogether It la one of the bet.
It. A. TERR i ,
March, 3t Crescent City, Iowa.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of two
orders of sale issued by the District Court of Nema
ha County, Nebraska Territory, on two judgments
in said Court, one in l'vorof Oliver Bonnet & G'oin
pnr.y, and the other iri favor of WilHiam F. Endirs
& Company, and both against Augustine Lyford and
Isliam V. Horn, partners under the uame of Lyford
& Horn, I will offer tor sale at public auction, ia
Brownville, at the door of the liouie ia which the
last term of tbe District Ciurt was held, on Monday
the 8th drty of April a d 1861, between the hours of
(ne and two o'clock 1. M., of said day, the fol. ow
ing described real estate to-wit: Lot number 6 in
block number 19, with the storehouse and a)l the
improvements thereon, Situated in the Tom n cf Pe
ru. Also lots 6 and 7 of the northeast and nortest
fraetioti.il quarters of section number 31, in township
number 6, mirth of range number 16, east of the Gl'a
principal meridian. All the above described property
situated in said County of Nemaha, taken as the pro
perty of said Augustine Lvford and lsbam I. Horn.
"J, B. WELLS, Sheriff.
By TOnX H. MORRISON, Deputy.
March 5, ISdI. n35-5w
FURSUANT to an order of the Probate Court of
Nemaha county. Nebraska, made on the 23d day of
February A D 18!il, the undersigned, admintrator
of theestateof GeorgeEnglehardt.dectascd.on Sat
urday the 20th day of Apiil A DISf-1, at 2 o'clock P
M, in front of the office of the Probate Judg3 of
Nemaha Comity, in Brownville, will offor for 6leat
public vendue tbe following described real property
us a part of the estate of the said Georgs Eng!ehardt
to wit the north half of the m nth west quarter of
section No. eighteen, in township Xo. 5 of range No.
thirteen, east, situate in said county.
Terms of payment : One half eash in hand, one
fourth in three months, and one fourth in six months
from the time of sale. JOSEPH SIIUTZ,
March 7, ISGl ,n35 , Administrator.
wnEREAS, S. a, Chambers, executor of the estate
of Willis Hi 1 1, deceased, has this day made application
tc tbe rebate Court of Neiuaba Couuty, Nebraska Ter
ritory, for one year extension time to collect tbe assets
of said estate and pay tbe debt and legacies charitable
aa;iiust tbe same; Notice is hereby given that have
pet Sa'.ariv, tbe ICt1' day of March, A D 1861, at ten
o'clock, A M, a ibe time for hearing said application at
toy ofll.'eat Brownville iu said county, wben and where
all person interested may attend and show cansc why
the said extension of time should not be allowed.
Given iimier my hand and seal this 17th day of Febru
ary, A. 1). lbGl. C. W. M HF.ELKR, Pro. Jude.
$5 Corn Planters.
Farmers, Look to your Interests I
Save time and ea.-ure good cora crops all seasons,
by planting vith
HUGH'S PATENT rLANTER.
It is the only perfect band machine in use. Can bo
used ia sod or elsewhere. It can besettodr p any
desired number of grains. Drops and cover to per
feotion at one oper;itiou.
I-r talent Dr. Hoovor's store, Nemaha City, Th.
IliH's ptc-re, Brownville, and at Peru.
3f'i'ravc!iog Agouts wanted, to whom a liberal
discount will be made.
Address, It. A. STEWART,
35 Nemaha City, N. T.
Golden Cassabar and Ch
Two of the finest sorts In cultivation. Sent bv mail
at 15 ceuts per package. II. A. TKRRT,
March, n3-2t Crescent City, ma,
In the Nurserv nd Ped Bnsine?1?.
Toapersn wit.'i from $3(KI to ftoCO capita', and who
thoroughly understands tbe business of prcpaatin;
trees nd rr ants. a fine chance isofJcred.
He mast be bouc-ot, iudustrious aud s ber. For x.srti
culrn addre 11 A.TERRi',
January ISS1 3n-v2nl Cre-crnt Ci'y, I iw
Speedy and Sure Cure
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH
A these Testimonials were unsolicited by Mr. SPAL-
IKO,they afford unquestionable proof of the
efficacy of this truly scientific discovery. -""
Masonville, Cba,Feb 5, 1S61.
I have tried your Cephalio Pills, and HTce them
so icell that I want you to send me two dollars worth
Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave
a few ont of the firrt box I got from you.
Send the Pills by mail, and obliga
Your ob't servant.
Haverford, Po, Feb. 6, 1831.
I wish you to send mo one more box of yonr Ce
phalic Pills, haee received a grert deal of benefit
MARY ANN STOIKHOUSE.
Spruce Creel; ITuntinaton Co., Pa.,
January 13, 1861. f
II. C. Spalding.
You will please send me two boxes of your Cephal
ic Pills. Send them immediately.
Respectful: v yours.
JXO. B. SIMONS,
p g I hare used onebox of your Pills, an&jind
Belle Vernon, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1851.
Henry C. Spalpino, Esq.
" Please find inclosed twenty-five cento, for which
send me another box of your Cephalio Pills. They
are truly the best Pills Ihare ever tried.
Direct A. STOVER. PM.
Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co,0.
Beverly, Jb., Dec.ll, 1860
II C FpAtmvo, Fsq. -
I wish for some circulars or large ehow bills, to
bring your Cephalic Pills more paicularly before
my customers. If you have anything of the kind,
j lease rend to nso
One of ray customer, who is subject to severe Sick
Ilcadache, (usually lasting two day?,) was cured of
an attack in onehourby your Pilt, which I sent her.
W B WILKES.
Reynolduburg, Franklin Co,, O.I
January 9, 1831 f
nE-Y C Spalding,
No 43 Cedar St, N Y ,
Inclosed find twenty-five cents, (25.) for which
send box of "Cephalic Pills." Send to address-of
Rev WmC Filler, Rynoldsburg, Franklin Co, Ohio.
Your Pitle work Hie a charm cure Headache al
WM C FULLER.
f5TA single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUE will save ten times its costannuallyJ
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SAVE THE PIECES I
tr"A Stich in Time Sams JVie
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated
families, it is very desirable to bve some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crock
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can
afford to be without it It is always ready, and up
to the sticking point
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
A Brush accompanies eaca cottie. I'r.ce,
PEASE & FO
Hive recently located in tMs cl.ic? ar-d si'.icit asfcnre
of pnlihc p-itroris.ee. Their -r-oik-Rrid prist; ca;m J f-il
to gi ve satisfaction. Prices for sVioeiog 'hore $1.60
for khoeuaa all ruuid av.ii ue thee. . iec. 3".; 3ia
HENRY C SPALDING,
No 43 Cedar Street, New York.
New Eating Saloon.
Has opened a new Eating House on Main street,
next door to the U. S. Land OSce ia B.-ownville,
CAN BE HAD
AT ALL HOURS.
All kinds of game served up as desired, at the
Oyster?, Quails, Prairie Chickens.
Fish, Venison, Pies, Cakes, Hot
Coffee. Sweet and Butter
Milk, Mush and Milk, -and
Seo ZVTo ! !
Fob. 7. 13(51.
Main, BeJween Levze and First Streets.
Particular attention given to tlic
Purchase and Sale of Ileal
Estate, halting Col
Payment of Taxes lor lYon-Itcsi-
LAND WARRANTS FOR SALE, for cash and on
LAND WARRANTS LOCATED fo r Eastern Cap
italists, oa lands selected from personal examination.
and a complete Township Map, showing Streams,
Timber, &c, forwarded with the Certificate of loca
Brownville.N. T.Jan. 3,1831. yl
Theodore VT". BedJord, j
Stetson L. Swan
Isaac T Whyte
J. B Wells and
Russell P.. Lewis J
By virtue of a decretal order Issued from the clerk's
office of the District Court in Nemaha county. In the 2d
Judicial District of Nebraska Territory, upon -a decree
made by said court at its September term A D 1S60, in
the abuve entitled caue,I will sell on Thursday the Hth
day of March A D 1861, at 11 o'clock A M of said dy,
at the door of nouier Jonhson's Hill (tbe place where
said court was last held) in Browuville, Nemaha coun
ty, Nebraska Territory, the following decrioed real es
tate, to-wit : the southeast quarter oi the southeart
quarter of ectin 22, township 6, nor'h of range 1 1, east
of the 6th principal meridian, in Nen.aha cotinty, Neb
raska Territorv, to tbe hichet bidder for cash in band.
J. S. BEDFORD, Master ia Chancery.
I T Wbyte
Wm H.jblitzell and
Martha Hnblitzel I
By virtue of a decret.il order issue, from the Clerk's
office of tbe District Court of Neniahcounty, in the
2d Judicial District of Nebraska TerrKory, uponadecrec
made by said Court at iu September Term, a. d. I860, in
the aqove entitled cause : I will sell on Thursday, the
Hth day of March A D 1861, at the hour of 11 o'clock, a.
m. of said day, at the door of Homer Johnson's Hall
(the place where said Court was last held) in Brown
ville, Nemaha conaty, Nebraska Territory, the follow
ing described real estate, with the appurtenances there
to belonging, to-wit: 'The northeast quarter of section
no. 10, in township no. 6, north of ranpeno. 15, east of
the sixth principal meridian, in Nemaha county,- Neb
raska Territory, to the hiphest bidder for cash hand.
JAMES S. BKDFOBD, Master in Chancory.
Brownville, Feb 6th, 1S61- n3l-6w-$3.
Fiske, Knight & Co.) Ia the District Court, Ne
vs maba County, Nebraska Tr-
Moore & Smith, j ritory.
Farlow S.Moore and William N. Smith will take
notice that James P. Fiike, Augustus Knight, Wil
liam B. Uarrett and Oliver Bennet, ;oing business
under tbe partnership name of Fiska, Knight k
Company, did on the 15th day cf December A I) I3G0
filo their petition in said Court agiint them the
said Farlow S. Moore and William X. Smith, doing
business under the piirtnersbip Lame of Moore Jt
Smith, defendants, setting. iorth that the said defen
dants were indebted to the said plaintiff in the sum
of $520 80, with interest on said amount at tho rate
of ten per cent. p-?r annum from March 23th A D
I3o0, as evidenced by acertain promissory note dat
ed St. Louis September 2Sth A D 135 'J fi r 520 83,
due six months after d.tte, mode by said defendant
in favor of said plaintiffs.
Said defendants are further notified that tho nec
essary affidavit has been bl -d and th U an order of
attachment has been issued against the property of
the said defendants, and that tha following property
bas both attached, to-wit: the southeast iptarter of
section IS. in township 5, north of range 15, east of
the 6th principal meridian, containing 160 asres, si
tuated in said county of Nemaha.
Said defendants are further notified that they are
qnircd to appear and answer said petition on or
bttore the 22i day of Anril A D 13(51.
1IEWETT & THOMAS,
March 4. 13:31 n35wi Att'ys for Prft.
Whereas John W. Brock and Elen M;Xeal, admi
ministra'.ors of tho estate of William McNeal late of
Pawnee County. Nebraska Territory, deceased, made
epplication to tho Probate Court of Pawnee County,
N. T. , for one year's extension of t.tne to collect the
assets or the sail estate and pay the debts and
charges chargeable against the siui-j, notice is here
by given that 1 have set Monday theSth day of April
A V 1S51, at my office iu Pawnee City in said county
a? the time for the bearing of said application, when
and where all persons intf rested may appear and
show causo why said extension chould not be allow
Given under my hand this 2nd day of March A l
1S51. HENRY ti. LORE,
Osier Willow Cuttinr
The best variety for market and f--r :ive fence (Salix
porourc-J) price 3 per Ih -iuind. Br mill pisina:J,
As certain nrprinc'plrd person are attempting to ; lor epertmeat, 1 per hundir-4. i. L. halslj,
pnlm off.ntaursus.4yting public, imitations oi my i Jtarch,v2-3 cu.ry, Cayuga Co.. J., .
PliK PARED Gl.UF, I w. u'.d cs'itiunaii persons to
examine before purchasing, and seo that tho lull j lU.UuU
firSPAI.DIXG'S PREPARED OIXE-i.-on
the cut-iie wrapper; all c-tters ara swicdlisg
OXK TSAR OLD. 1 t
taous.nd. lrec-ij 3 to 5 J
: !ars per
r hirt Ton do
5 pr hil!"ir-(l.
A. Blllf ANT A. 50,
To Your Heal Interests!
Citizens of Brownville
And the Rest of 3Iank!nd
LOOK OUT FOlt THE
:3l Gil': ooli.'i
n-jhcr.t d ct
COME AND BUY
SXLoxt of uTljciu,
Than was ever leforc effered in this
i e s i : -n:..l
IP b :
HATING pnrcl.-.scd t'.
No. 43S Cheotust Srner,
c nvorlcai c to faci'.i;.:'.j
tLil traacli d.vi t- 1 toCu:-r
iug a larger c:!.i: ;2 tL.-.a aj y
ia lie ba.-iaes.-, I a;n el j rc
a Ivautages, ard letter j,il';s t
I will furci-h any bc-it (of a
published in t: c l":ii!?d !S:.it"j,
6ua i i cue s.
1 i: up . itS
iV O: ILl.i ; r;.I I a -
tLcr j Hi ty iiif fit: 1
arc I to ctf.'r preater
aa ever l:fre to 12
!. ri t-iil 1
art r uora,,i, a.jj i-ivi) r-rtbt
wor.h frouivO tis to ilC) wit'.ie. u t-rf-k, and
guaranty to give peri'tvt t.i'.i.' Vtj. s, tt4 I s3i se
tcrjiibjj to ti)la;jiii tUe tc uu.n al.-caJy tc
stoa ea upen my esrabH.-Ln-nt.
S;rar,g;rs vi-itir Pi iiu-l-I-.Lii aro invited to
Call aai juda
G. G. EVANS.
ir ioiicer store
We Have Just Received a?ul Opened
Stock of Goods !
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
UNDER SHIRTS, DRAWERS,
SHAWLS AND SCARfS.
Cutlery and Quccnsware,
G 11 O C ERIE
Largest Assortment of
Ever opened in Brownville and no mistake !
Cap.i from 25cts to $3,50.
We can Fit Genk in Suits fiom $5 to $50
Saddles and Harness,
Oil Cloths and Carpeting-,
BLANKETS FROM SI 50 TO S7 50
Iron, Hails and Castings
Ladi?s Ridin2, Kid and Silk. Gents
Gauntlets, Buckskin and Driving.
Best Qualities cf
Mill H Willi
Weeded or IDcsircd
Can be had at our Store, end on terms as
favoralle as ' those of any other
II Atse in the West.
All Kinds of
Will te taien in exchange at current I rices.
Como Ono ! Como .11 1 1
We are determined to se'il at lower prices acl give
better tafiai:! than ever Lefore.
D. J. MARTIN d CO.,
Browavie, Oct. IS, I5'0. y 15
t Iij. !; E;.tcr:rife,
er'j lo .rcjt
If yrn want aiv
GEO. G. EN.V.NS lleriul
43i Chctnut S.Toet. Phi hi J--!;-
Where all b.s arj f,.id at the I'ui.U
pr;cj, and you btvo tha
-A. Cl'Cft Xi t SI o
Oi r-.vt'i ;:. .
A Handsome Present,
vrortii fn.m i J- t I J-llr cv.'u l.y.k. .
G G EVANS' (.--;,. ;1 (iir: U.-oli rnttrxri.-e has
bi-'ii cud rs d by tho I), ok Trade au l
ail the b ad rgcity and country ja-
-in ia the L'u;c d s laces.
G G EVANS' 1'jr.ctuil b-uir.tM tn- lo'.I -.nshar
fCtiVed th SMi'vL i', .1 if tTOf
(5 CiiJ.CjJ eit.iJni if tiie L'r.ite-t
S ttc, eah of wh im bivo r'-'feive't
ucriVLd i'T r '.' "
G G EVANS Hndor.o m re t!'aii ar.y o'cr pal
lUhor ir hi-ksoll.r in tua Unioa to
wards di-Juan Inmlv! tf tbo
people. Uy hi.iiv-t m luaay butAs
aroroad that w:.a!d not hat f.'unJ
their way into the Isands of readers.
i'rani L'-'!i' A a rnp'-rt.
G G EVANS k-e;.s con r.in-ly in li.d th tr.o?l
extensive st.-eli. ih j j;rc;tct as..rt
mcnt of It k a.-il cirotlaf-'i free U
ail who iu ".y apjdy. tha most com
t.Ioto eatah-.j'iio'of llouks and Gifts
in tho l':sitcd St.ite-t.
Q G EVANS Iku a.
mt.v-.-j c.: -ea to cita oy
! '.i-!.crj Jnd ij.:rii;fa'turcrs
Li:n to furnirh Lii j a-
lity and bef.er
iau any o Ler
trons with a C:t r qua
a.-'sirtui'Mit i f gifts t
EVANS ptibiish-ia nearly two hun-lred popa
larand ir.turetiag bo k. ther-.l'tie,
a.j a putiirhcr, lw U better alio to
oCer extra prcu.i-Juu a..! C(.u.mij-.
EVANS guamr.tces perfcet satisfaction to all
who m ly j'r'i for b '
EVANS' nciv .c'.:i :.'.-d ctloiTo cf bode
tLilra'-. s the wri:'.n:: f every stan
dard author ia vv.-ry .I.-t urtmcr.c cf
literature, ar.d ;ivti .til tho informa
tion relative fo thi por- !ia.-in and
f.ruardir bv tn"'l tt CXTTess, r.f-
b,...k-! order- '.!';
t 'other with f
rv v I'atalo-iu" i f fioo'iJ w'.U !e snt gratis
a is j
iii i; i-i e-trb!i-r ment,
lull uircctions cow to
and t red oi p"
the L nUO'l nt.iioa.
F.VA?,"S ii;d .iceinent to A
ont can nt be
at liberal co:u
urd by sVii.dtiai
i ort, m to b juk-t ia tbo manner
propo.-e'd, twenty Lookscan le .-,'id in
tht-wiiiii; ti:.;e that it wool 1 t-ike to '
ir-llonoon t!ieo!J-fahixe. ubct!p
tioT plan. Send for acla'-'tCod Ct
alfuc?, an I verj icfor.imti . u wi'j hi
j-iven in reference to a;rv-ies. Se
lect your book3 anlei.cl wj th a-.
ini nnt of m .ncy required, Budcn-i
tritl will ! ui.-f r V " that the bct
tbo Ouuntry tj- pure:
Extensive G I It Cook EslatllSajmcnt
GFOI1GIVG. EVANS, '
No. Che-tr. it Sire -N
Wh ere yon eta ft Fnol'f "HI in!,
Ilx.ki of faet"! fWs .f f.'ti ,n V, iki cf d
vofi.,n! Ilorlmf am;:-mct! 1: '.Irs f.-r tha 01 1
Foil:.-! Lio k- f r tho Voun Y'.l-1 Y-3 l-r'
llrsbni d?! Hooks for Wive.-I .L.k f r L rcr I
Uvoks f. t rive. .thentts! V,,kl r l:..yst llj- ks
for Girls! Hooks of llum-.i ! V. ' ( I'l-etry !
rM-Aa of Travel ! -oks of tli-trv! ks i.t D.-
i i T
ors . ji.'ofc
ut S iil-
i:,...i-j c...t. t .-..l.liers; llio : fl 0-ut i ia.ar.s
Uockjal out Hucters ! l;.x.k- abou t Iluroen 1
ebont l'atriot ! 1?"' -k. for Fanrivr! Hooka fOr
Mocha-nits! Hoiks l'. r M.-rcbants ! H, l:.fvr IXy-sL-ians
! Hooks fur Lawyers ! H .ks for taU-men!
Hibles! Presentation H MVk- ! Hymn Hooks ! Ju
venile Hooks! Annuals! Ai'oun.-i, ctj.. etc.
CV'i-il li. Hartleys I.itcrnsrin lii. rnphi-! Hcv.
J' II. Ingram's Si-rip'.ural Kmirc! Hmsea.-r's
Lives of Patriots i S' -.t' -men ! J. T. Lauren's Rev
olution Stork ! T.S. Author's popular T'lea !
Mr. A Lot's iamiiv Doctor! Mth. Hei.ti's NuVi-M
Mrs. SouMiworth's Novell! Di-k-n's Novel!
Waverlv's Novels! Irvine's Work !
Ail the writings of every ataudard author ofevery
department of lit. nture, in every sv1l in lii-.Jir:?,
at the piiblisbers lowest prices, and remember tbU
you pay no more than you would at uny o ereUb
lishmeLt, and you have tho advantage of rc-ocivinj
on eli-jfnnt present, whkh oftti.1 imes i. worih ana
dnd fold niorothan the amount pii 1 ff r t!, hock.
SKND FOI1 A t'LASSlFILI) GATALOtiL'U OF
HOOKS, order any b.x.k that you way w iut, remit
theritai! priee, t ethr wi:h the am junt rquirvvl
for postiie: and one trial will amr-; you that tt
best plitce in the country lu pan ha.-e books is tth
Gift took Establishment ot
Originator cf the Gift Ex k I literrrise. -
43'J ChesWiut Sttcct, l"a;Lda!pL!&.
To whon greater tuductraenU thin ever, are
offered . ,
Any person, either pinlf T fernal-. who is ie;r
ons i f evr tzo'mx in an HO.NOKAHLE au PTOF
ITAHLE EMFLOV.MKNT, reuafiii-g but H:t linn
and na outlay of money, and by which they can ob
A Valu-ible Library.
A tine Go! I U'atth and fhJtrf,
A Hand-m S-ri(?e of I'ii'e,
An Esar.t Si!k Ore. Patera,
A Splendid Sett f Jiw iry,
Or nnny f.tber choice artil !o- rnumern'td In rnr
List of Gift, can do so by tctiuj aj aa agent fcf
Any j crion.in nny prtrf th enn'ry, f.n biJ n
agrnt, firnp'y by ,eii.iii a elub, sn -dirg lst tf
b-x.ksi and ramiitij;,; tho aiuct of mauiy required
for the .ame.
Sem ra a CTi.nr,rz. w! ieh contains a'l th
desired information rtafiv" l ;i.cmi r.d tha
foin.ati. n t 'c-itib ; ai.d V injure prompt atd bon
orable 'tniiu r. address ill '.rl'Ti t
Tll3 C,l'ai.TEK3 vz
GrO. G. EVAN5?.
PrcririeVr'T the o!,let ar. I Ivr-e-t Cirr b-"S t'x
TKKI'F.l&E in tb w rid, T" rrrfrr i t!y Jo.-a'rd at
No. iY.) r:.c'n!i Street. iT.i! id. l: h'a.
The GcrK-ii .lnsuajru 1:11:
Tynl Wa!'lr rr'T1 n ' 1 P'" a oi ,i t-r 1in.I l-i plve'
instrtietien iu iNe rniin. Ail w a. w i-h tojixii a c.a.5
or tlii kial win ie-ivB iljtir njriiiat iUo Jot-0-e.
febnurr 21, 'CI.
To All vnioni it 3Inj C02
All persons 1.1 iji.'el n. i '.--'.
boo!e aece-.'.jt, nr l,rii", :ra h TeoV nnf M 11 ei.t .
and pay up on or I Tore :':? 13'h d iv . f M.r-'i Ib JI,
and ther bv av t !r rjsilvci tiul!-' f d rr..;
HrowDviilo, r i b. I'l iM.T.L'KN. .
Terrif ry of Nvbi-aiLa ) .
Nemaha C'.ur.ty j "
Per-"-r:i!!v apwred before nw Hobert E. G I'",
whr.. b "r duly 'v -rr.. li.-rv-- ,tr, i saj I ' a ' nt u.a
djy of Jdd
V.'e, t' r-u
p .I. t.H uti a r t' ; n
r d?;er: r.. to wi : if
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