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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1861)
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I- Fbj cot?, and also, those for
I J" r: -blinds of National Envel
i X-r d is now Trer-ared to fill orders
I jeir KUHarr roxapaaradflocfc
! ja terpin; vrith the military feeling of
! Aday, asto te prepared to meet any
! rtsercesry. the citizens of this place
Uc:Kii i rroper lo.crgauze aa addi-
tiotai ir.-i'-sry comrany. Accordingly a
hrre enthuiiasiic meeting: was held
: ja'rLors Hail on Saturday even---r.
?on:e thirty or forty persons im
; cediate.'r trolled their names. The
: r,K::faij-rned until Monday evening
; hen archer large meeting was held and
I tic compiry withcat any trouble filled
i;p Jo mxirr.ura number, and a per
fect criaa'.ioa effected. With great
uriihim:.y &Ldctthi:siasci the name
I'AM-orK Gnnrs wasaicpted, in hon
or of cur fc je'.Ly Secretary and acting
jvers;r A. S. Papdocs. The company
is.cr-tr.pocd f ocr best citizens and will
imnifJiate.'y uMtcrra ana peneci mem
telrrs ia drill.
' The following are the cScers:
. A.JV. Matthews, Captata.
K. F. Bariiett, Ht Lieut.
W. H. Hoover, 2J ;
Lewis Hill, 1st Serjeant.
D. II. MXaugblin, 2d "
. j.H.Mornfc-n, Ja
Jthn Straw, 4th '
. Sa;al Campbell, 1st Corporal.
. 11. (.S. Kneffer, 2J "
.,. J. II. Scott, 3d ' "
. .T.ii.Hatnilti'U, 4 th 44
. dpt. .Matthews and Lieut. Barrett
are loth crricient and experienced mili
tary men, Loth having been in active
6(nii-e in the fitrld during the Mexican
war. Tbe other officers are well fitted
for their positions.
Oiiicers drill every Tuesday evening ;
compacy drill every Friday evening.
Temperance Sleeting a meeting
of the citizens of this place was held at
he Presbyterian Church, on the evening
cf the 15th, to consider the expediency of
organizing a society for the purpose of
promoting the temperance cause in the
city. The following resolution was pas
red: Resolved, That we are in favor of or
ftiizin a local. society in this place, for
the purpose of suppressing intemperance
tad promoting public order."
A committee, consisting of Messrs.
Burch, Hoadley, Bobbins, Holladay and
Hewett, were appointed to prepare a con
stitution suitable for the Society, and re
port the same at a subsequent meeting
to be held at the same place on this eve
tir.g, atS o'clock, to which time the meet-"adjourned.
IciproTcments. Notwithstanding j picture as Is a Fktiire.-Throjgh
the peculiarly embarrassing times, hand- our old friend, W. C. Munger, of Louis
ville, Kentucky we have received a splen
did photograph cf Gen. Robt. Asbeb
sox, the Christian soldier, and hero cf
Ft. Sumpter." This picture is gotten ap
by E. Klauhcr of the "Bee Hive Galle
ry," in that inimitable style which has
rendered his' gallery famous throughout
the country. The picture itself is 10 1-2
by 12 1-2 inches, and is a lifelike repre
sentation of that loyal and true-hearted
nan, who withstood, not only the temp
tations of those who had been so long his
warm-hearted friends in the South, but,
with a handful of half-starved men, stood
up and battled so bravely, with the fear
ful odds of more than a thousand to one,
to protect the flag of his country. See
These large pictures, usually rold at
S2 and upwards, Mr. Klauber furnishes
at only 81,15 post paid.
Call and see the picture at this office.
some improvements are being continual
ly made in this place :
J. L. Rot is erecting a very neat two
story brick residence on Main street be
tween first and second.
Rogers 5c Bro. have newly enclosed a
new and large Livery Stable ca First
street between Main and Atlantic.
Dr. Gwix is preparing to build yet
this season a fine residence on the hill
side ia Middle Brownville.
We notice stveral other smaller resi
dences going up in various parts of the
Hon. S. G. D.wlt, Delegate in Con
gress from Nebraska reached heme on
Friday evening last, and has been warm
ly received by his numerous friends in
He is in good health and
Wlicat Cnttlng In Nemaha Co.
In response to our appeal for information
in regard to the wheat crop of Nemaha
county, the following owners of Reapers
have reported, and we earnestly reqaest
all others in the county to do likewise.
The same invitation is also extended to
The Reaping Machine of S. "W. Ken
edt cut this year 100 acres of wheat
and 20 acres oats.
TheMachineof ScnwAUTZ &. Stevejs
sox cut 1S6 acres of wheat and 14 acres
The machine cf L. Y. Basks cut 125
acres of wheat
Tnro. Hill and D. J. Marti, whole
sale merchants cf this city, have gone
on a trip west as far as Ft. Kearney;
will be absent a couple cr three weeks.
We will undoubtedly have some interest
ing intelligence by them on their return.
Pleasant Serenade. On Tuesday
night the residences on upper Main street
and thereabouts were fortunate in being
favored with a rather new style Serenade.
The company was composed of young
ladies, under the guardianship of "Con"
and the "old school-mistress." The style
we confess is rather to be admired. The
cr was A No. 1.
THE AUCRICAX BEE-KEErEUS MANUAL .
Eeirg a practical trcs.tio on the hi.-tory nd
domestic economy of tbelloiicj Bee, embracing
a full illustration of the whole subject, with
the mo5t approved methods f managing this
insect through every br&cch of it? culture, the
result cf many years expericcce by T. Ii.
Mixes: erab:Hlrhed by 35 fine wood erpjavings.
C. M. Saxxos, Baseb & Co., Xew Yoilr, 350
Th j ublisber will accept our thanks for a copy
placed upon our table, and also for a copy of tho
ilYSTERIES OF BEE K.EEFING EXi'LALN'ED .
Beiaj a complete analysis of the whote subject
consisting of the natural history of lines, direc
tions for obtaining the greatest amount of pure
surplus honey with the least pos-iUc experience
remedies for losses given, and the science of
" lack" fully illustrated the result of more
than S3 years experience in extensive apiaries.
Ei-th Edition; contr.ir.ing directions for using
the moveable combs of L. L. Langstroth : by M.
QriNBY, Practical Bce-Kceper. C. M. Saxton,
Barker & Co., 25 Park Bow, New York, ZSi
KIDDET.'S GUIDE TO APIARIAN SCIENCE:
Being a practical treatise in every department of
Bee culture and bee management embracing the
natural history of the bee, from the earliest
period cf the world down to the present time;
giving the anatomy and physiology of the dif
ferent species of Bees that constitute a colony;
etc. , by R. P. Kipper, Practical Aspiarian, Bur
lington, Vt., 176 pages. oOcts.
To the author we are indebted for a copy.
Uncle Bex Whyte for the present has
retired from the City Eating House and
is succeeded by Mr. Chapix, who we are
informed does up things in excellent style.
Change. The City Drug Store, later
ly owned by Dr. Cbim, has recently
changed hands, Richabd Brow, Esq.,
is now proprietor.
The friends of Ma. J. P. BAKEH,who
have recently been pained to hear of his
severe illness will be pleased to know that
he is rapidly convalescing.
Sprinkle's Mills. It is with pleasure
e announce that the extensive Merchant
Will, recently and so expeditiously erect--ia
this city by that enterprising capi
laist, Levi Spriskle, Esq., will com
mence grinding on Monday next. Farm
tTs have a mill they can at all times
iepend upon matters not whether "the
ater is high" or "low."
This is a branch of business we have
It.; felt the great need of; and to Mr.
Sprinkle too much praise cannot be given. I
He has fpent $12,000 in the erection of
this mill, which is acknowledged by all to
te the best and most substantial in every
respect, not only in the Territory, but in
the whole upper country. Every citizen,
not only ct tne town but county, ought to
feel it a duty incumbent upon them to
patronize and sustain such a worthy enter
prise : "we know they wilf do it.
bo soon as the two mills are entirely
completed we will again refer to them
and in detail.
Masonic. We are indebted to Bro.
W. C. Munger, of Louisville, Ky., for a
large group cf faithful likeness, finely
executed, and presenting a pleasing ar
ray cf faces who are admired for their
zeal and devotion to masonry.
The group contains Ilobt. Morris of
Kentucky; N N Barrett of Connecticut;
Thomas R Austin, InJ.; John Sheville,
N. Y.; James C Lucky, 111.; Stillman
Blanchard, Michigan; George H Fleming
Ky.; George D. Norris, Alabama; Peter
Thatcher, jr., Ohio; D Vi Thompson, III;
Elisha D Cock, Ky.
We are informed that the gateway
within which these eleven likenesses are
represented, is a faithful copy of the
sculptured gateway at Karnac, Egypt,
only substituting Masonic emblems for
hieroglypicical symbols. It is copied from
a photograyh in Frith's Views of Egypt.
This Gateway is about sixty feet high.
It was built under Ptolomy Energets, a
bout three hundred years before Christ.
As this was only about three hundred
years after the building of Jerusalem,
and Nehemiah, it doubtless presents as
nearly as may be, a representation cf the
gateway of that renowned city.
Our masonic friends and others who
desire to examine the above will call at
our ssnctura. The whole picture is 25
by 27 inches in size.
X E W A D V E R T I S E 31 E X T S
Seeds of the following kinis of this years crop
are now resdy and will bo sent post paid to all who
send stamps or coin for the same :
Piaathus liedJiwiger, iuc.
tl Lasciuatus, 10c.
dj Monstrossus. 100;
do Gieaute:us. 10c.
Those fine Pinks from Japan have never before teen
sold for less than 25 cents per racfcaro.
Kterna'. or Everlasting i lower, in eit'tu colors, iuc.
California Flower, 5c.
Mixed Balsamic, 5c.
Double do 10C7
Lotiel'c Catchfly, 6c. .
Ice Plant (a curiosity) 5c.
Paturi WripLtii (beautiful) ICc.
Soap Dragon (line mixed) 10c.
Star of Heaven, 5c.
Spanisa Pink, 6c.
Chineie do 6c.
Mule do 5c.
ilouthly da 6c. .
ConvoUus Miuon, 5;.
Ambrosia (in colore) 6c.
N'ipella (in colors, very teautifel flower) 5c.
j:tig:Uh Petuuia, (from KnglanJ) 10c.
Zlnr.ia Elecaus (from France,) 10c.
Balsam Pear, 5c.
rfjllyhock Sees, fine Encrlish prize flowers, 10c.
Frenca Poppies in ten line colors very double
Salpiglossia (5ne miuei) 5c,
Coreopsis (moth lad) 5c.
Drumiaondis Phlox, 5c.
Er.?li-a Ilaartseise, 10c.
iiai ipoid, double, (tlowor measured four inches a
Old ilai'i's Cnrls (enriyn:-) 5c.
Ami "ver thirty varieties common to the flower gar
den. Tbe cr.tire lot above enumerated wnl i-eeeni iree
on receipt of $1.25, selling prica two dollars and fifteen
Ilerculns Club Gourd, 10c jltuVoard Squash, 10c.
3IsJor General. Gov. paddock has
ppointed Hon. Johs S. Bowes, of Wash
ington county, Major General of the Ter
tit rial Jlilitia to fill the vacancy of Gen.
Thayer. The appointment is a most
Tow'D30w & Dat, Publishers cf
the "J'ews from Home," New York;
Galutia B Smith, Proprietor Smith's
Electric Oil, Philadelphia;
J. P. Creages, Baltimore, and
L. W. Reais, Beardstown, III., will
do well to confer with the Publisher of
this paper immediately, by letter or cth
The two papers at Pktismouth are get
ting thenRpelves into a nice muss over the
Pawing cf the Delinquent Tax List.
Petter keep cool, gentlemen ; this is hot
eatber and these are hot times.
PERIODICALS. We hare neglected' our periodi
cal exchange! of late; not only in perusing- them
but in giving regular notices.
Godkt, for Sept. came ia dua time at d is all
it admirers could ask; fine engravings, fashion
plates and filled with interesting matter.
Atlantic Moxthlt, for August, is on oar tablo
It is freighted with most interesting matter; three
articles are particularly so : "Trees in assemblages"
"Reminiscences of Stephen A. Douglas" and
"WBerewil! the rebellion leave ns."
IlARrER's Monthly, for Angnst, is also beforo U3
Leading and exe?!svcly illustrated articles 'The
Control Park" Tbe Coast lingers of California'
''Jcsect' destructive of ilaize."
The weather for the past week has
been cool and pleasant for August. The
shower yesterday, will be all that late
crops will need.
Lcttncc 8 varieties, 6c
Ice Cream Watermelon 6c
Mountain sprout do 6c.
A rp'-e Sec-led do 6c.
Hungarian do do
Lmisana lonly do do
Apple Pie Melon. 5c.
Kzyptian do 6c.
Xecleys Cucumber, 6c.
Long F.useUn, do 6c.
Snate Cucumber prow:
five feet long, curled up
op like a saake an ex-
Pateconi do 6c.
ii.ion Marrow Squash 5c.
Washington do 5j.
Jackson do 6c.
Honolulu squash a squash
whose flesh is tweeter than
any sweet potatoe, without
sugar. The freed of this
So.t-.ash cold last season f r
one doli'ar per dozen. Put
np one dor. ia package for
10c, when other seeds are
collect pickle 10c.
African Imphce Seed, 10c. per lb. where stamps
are seat to cover postage.
Seed of a hito bugar Lane Irora iieorgia, saia
to make excellent sugar, at 5c. per il'o.
All sent for ono dollar, or, the whole list lor two
dollar? and twewty-Cve cents.
Addr&sa ma at
Syracuse, Otoe Co., N. T.
as vre have an oCice established here.
Augnst, 1S6I. Xomaba Xursery.
COtOXEL RODilJIT AXDERSOX.
?hG,ZIero of Fort Sump
Are Made at the "Bee nivo Gallery, Louisville, y
and tent bv mail, pre paid, at very low prires 17: pic
tnre 10 1-2 by 12 1-2 inches, $1,15-, picture 2 1-2 by 3 1-2
2S cents. Fractions of a dollar may oe sent n i t ui-
Address a.L..i Bin, ,
Bee Ilive Gallery, Lcuisville, Ky.
For the Fall Trade.
The subscriber has for sale the coming Autumn
the following :
503 Houghton's Seedling and Cluster Goosebery.
1.060 Ked Dutch Currant.
2.CO0 New Uochello Blackberry
200 Red Antwarp Raspberry.
200 Rrinckle's Orange "
100 White (Jrapo Currant.'
500 Victoria Rhubarb.
500 Isabella Grape.
500 Catawba Grape.
100 Concord Grape.
100 Tuttle's Red Grape (New and f.ae.
Also: a larse assortment cf Ornanrmtil Ph rob
bery, for which see priced !ht, which wi!ib; for
warded gratis on application.
II. A. TERRY,
Aug. 1351. Crescent City, Iowa.
Toodst vk, A:h Lea", Kidney. Pink Ey Scotch
Rices andLlue Rusty CvaL?. at Oi" Dollar per bush
el delivered at the CSee cf the -Nebraska Fanner."
100 Varieties Grr,i2 Ylacs.
T!it Lftrrjttt &li'.etio I5"e: of Xtw Tori.
Delaware, Diana. Rebecca, Ilerbcrant, Hartford
rro'.Lf.c, Concord, Union Village, Franklin, Outanic,
Cugahoga, Canadian Chief, Taylors Huliett, Mesa
tair iy, Crcveling. Clolinta and over 7 J other kinds
at eastern catalogue rates.
Isabella, Catawba and Clinton at 25cts each, $2
per i Mtn. lOperlO'J. '
Aag. Iscl. AiXEMAUA NUKSERY.
3D VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES.
Amng wl ioh are Wil Albsny. $1 p-r 100 cr
$ 5 per loOvl : Jer.cv Lit 1, $10 per let) ; Triomphe
di'Gani, $2 fr 10- LltvuPir.c, II jveys Seedling,
Hookers, i!a-.'k Prinee, ilav Queen ai-d 2 ether
kird' tA $1 j-?t 1
Placti tf iii'h Pine S;rinly of lS'd.at $2
Au. 1-61. NEMAHA NURSERY.
RASPBERRIES I BASS3EEEIES ! !
Iluds -:n rivtr $2 rcr dox, 25cts each.
Fran.-on? 2 u " "
Falftif ij) " 2D -
A Ten 2 " 23 a
Cir.iincati 2 " u "
V. hite and Red Antwarp $2 per u z.
A:ueric-n Parplo Cmn 2 "
Au-. Ir61. NEMAHA NURSERY.
In pursuance of a decrctr.l crier made by the
District Court, in and fr Nemaha County, Ncbra?
lTmrT. r.A. Varlft. 1 I. sitti ti" in
wherein Thomas Heady is eomplainant and Henry
Neimier and Catharine Neiiiiifr, areres-pondenU. I
Saturday the 2-Uh day cf .Juusf, 1SG1,
at 10 o'clock, A. ii. of sail day in front of the room i
where the xitrt; Ctnrt oj A'JtaAa (,''; he.J
its lart term, iu tb t -wa of Pn-wnvillc, Nccrah
county, Nebraska Territory, oiler lor sale to tbe
highest bidder for caib. tbe following described re
al estate to-wit: the northwest quarter of section
sixteen, township six north of ran? fifteen, east
of the sixth principal meridian, Nemaha county,
Nebraska Territory, less the f rty-seven acres sold'
R. W. Frame. v J. S. DEDFOKD,
Master in Chancery.
Brownville, July 13, !??,
fiOTIGc 0rTTAC1iUT7IScrofiila, or Sing's Evil,
Apple Trees. -
20.003 yr.un!- and straight Applo Trer, ia twenty
"hardy varieties, at S3 per hunired-
7AinED. Twenty-five hegs from -H SI lbs.
weight at high pi ices, to be paid for in 2v'uracry
Stock at low prices.
Orinoco Tobacco Seed-
Fut up in paper? sufficient to plant five acres at
IScts; a rod efciinp to bo enclosed to pay return
"0 bnh'.-l3 seed spring Wheat nt 75ctspcr bushel
All the aboe to be delivered at Ilrownvil'e.
An-. IS6I. R. O. THOMPSON.
Ts Civil Roil r, Jasti-- Court
Wells, Farrrll 4 Co. i' Gaga county, Nebraska.
The said iefitdant.i will Uka rc-t::e th-st the ft; I
flaiatlT did on th- 2I?t iy cf June A 1 l-'l.t.e
tisaC Uvitasd petit; :-n bof. re Wui R'.akely, Ju-ti.-e
f f tle Pi.'.ce ex i ta i . in & vl for U.ige Ccuny,Ne
bmskf', f ran ordr cf att whraent ia the above en
titled ;u?tin an i eausi a j n.njnian l order 'f t
tachiacu: U be i.sueJ th- rein aoinsi tho said de
fend ir.ts. That the dcruty Ct .n.-tablo by Tirtue cf
said order did en the 2-1 diy of J an 2 a d 1m1, at
tach the following doseriWd property belonjr.t to
aid defendants. tVnit: One heavy freight wsgon.
The said suauior.s was dulr rctr.rncd no: found aj
to defen lar.ts. Now, if s.ud defends ts d ) r..t ap-
ls a CfTV t;ca-'-', mi i tst..u.i v. .
li.wd, I.t whlk this Uforuoji it :".ar-: .1.
vcak, and poor, living in the c;.rcv.T.tt!c :-rt, it
pcrratles the wholo b.xir, ar.d r.n bcrct out
i:i di as-e vn nny p-irt of it. No crs-Ti L ti
fron Its attack. nor i tlivre ni3 -which it nwy
ui-.-tror. lhc soroluious tnuit h vu;u.iMV
"Va7"c II TZ 2 2 2
AS thejc are War Tines we will take Wheat,
Cattle, or anything else at a f.iir price on our debt5.
Will pay 10 cents fr nice than Vi'heat on debt3.
D.J.MARTIN & CO.
Aug. 4th, 1S51. n5-4w
Nollec to Pre-Emptors.
To John Belfry, James C. Catmn, nenry G. Smith
Charles T. Cornell ar.d Th mas Ma llox.
Y"ou nre hereby n'.tifid to appesr at the land of
fice at Urownvill e, within 30 days from this date
to make further pn.of ia relation to your pre-emption
claims in accordance with instructions from the
Gen.Tal Land Oui-e n Washington.
RICTI.VRI) F. IJAKKET, Reorder;
CHARLES C. SMITH, Receiver.
Dcl'r'jno-.t Tax Payer for the year ISf O arc here
by nc'i ::cd thr.t frch deliapusncy mast be p.'iid by
th 15l"a inst., thij is tne oIy and last notice, and
if r.( t bee I vl, the j roews required by Law f-r the
coliwi'-n "f (leiinqucnt taxes will be enforced.
Attor.ticn is nlso called t'v the rpecip.l School Tax
levied in school Disttict No. 1, Township 5, Rnnge
1). Zcn:aba City Scbcl District and in School
Districts 1, 2, 3 and 4, Township 6, Range 14, as
said special Taxes most bo paid.
July, 4th, lSfl. n52w2 County Treasurer.
EDWARD V. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Solicitor in Chancery.
WIIEr.HS, n. J!. Rf.vno:.s, has tec: arr "-ntexJ
General A-tKirdstrator cf tae estate of Joer h Froa 1.
deceased, l.te of G.ue Co-.try ; notice is heret r civen
that I Lave appoints! TilCvlay the tL.rtcer.fa (13)da.v
cf Acr-st A, D. 1S5I, as le day fir hearing c;aim
3?alust sai l estate. Ali persons fcavinj claims as:s;n.t
saii est,;e are hrit y i.cr.. ed to hae t'i)r.i lilt on
or t efore that .1 jy t.r they may forerer te deb arret fr i'i
recovering snob c' lims
Given ur. 'c-r my !.d and efneis! 'e.il. tMs TO:'; day
of Mjv, a. I). 1561. V. ji. LUiXU'i
4G-l.-tt t .io Jr. -ire.
Heath Nack-.rfs. Ad-laistrator cf tha estit- cf
Charles M. Greever. dvcea--evl, Elizabeth SntKlgrars,
John G. Snodgrass, Peter tJr.'ev.r, Sasan Graver,
Livina Grecvor, Sirah Greever, Andrew Greever, j
William Greerer and S-auinel R. Pafcrd. heirs of the
said Charlts M. Greever, will taka L-jtiee thai
Storheu F. Nueki lis, a r I.iirititf, did on th3 s;h day I
of Awgi-stjlSol, C'oa jK-titi--a in the Di trictCU;t I
of Nc-ia.iha county. Nebraska Territory, f;.in?t them j
as detenJacti, seturg '-.'rta tuat the i;d Cha-:cs i
Greever did on the 2il'a d:iy of December, 1S5T,
make and deliver to the said c'aintitf accrtain bund
cr contract whereby the said Greever brand himself,
I bis herj and assigns to make within two years from
the date cf said irjstrur.i-nt a deed to tho said S. F.
Nc'hells to certain fractional portions of section M
in township 4 north cf rarge 10, also of section di
in township 4 north i f range I7,e::st. The srild de
fendants will also tak j n-t;eo that Houston Nuckolls
did ca the same day and in the same Court f la Lis
petition against tha sarnj defendants setting forth
that the said Chas. M. Greever did at the same time
make a similar instrument cf wiiiing whereby he
bc-in l himstll, his heirs ar.d assigns to make to the
said Houston Nu hells a deed to fractional portions
cf land lying in the tame sections above described :
ali cf said land is titu ited ia the said tu-ur.ty if Ne
maha. Said petitions seek a pLriormanee c; s.ii "i
contract' and ask that a decree bo made which shall
partition and set off tbo lands to be conveyed and
vest the title completely in said plaintiffs.
Said defendants are required to answer said pe
tition on or before the 2Jd d.:v of September. ISui.
E. W. fllOMA,
Att'y for 1'iaintilT.
pear and answorsaid pt-titioD at rry tt!ecn .ur
day the ZUt dav . f August A D lt, ft; - uMo.k, T
M,jud-r.:ent will be rendered against them for the
sumct $12, t gethc? with the c-sis, as beinjthe
ats..3:.t claimed by the a;l p,a-nt:!t a ,Ia? 1 r ser
vbe rendered saii ctfcftdiUit ia ferrying mn ai.d
teams and get'iziir Birr a cut cf iiiuo iuvcr as per
agreement with s.vi 1 ,iet--nlai;ts.
' Given under try hind in the said county cf Cage,
this 2d day cf July a 3 IStll.
vr. r. BL." KELY,
Ex-crT.ci-3 JjsMce cf tho I'eAee.
Ordrr th.t th? tb.-.ve bo i i.v"i-h 3 in tl.-i Ne
Iraa .liit.-f iter f..r three .':c.v-:ve we
Ex-cTieio Jnstiec t" the I caoe.
c:-u-.x.l by mercurial tII-eao, Vow l.v.nj.
er.UrcJ cr unhealthy Ckv!, irrpnre tir, i;l'!
a;id i'.'.thy l.a'.it. tho- t!cprcs;:vr vicr, fni.
a'.ove nil, by tlo T.ncrcal infection. WLnt
cr be its origin, it U hcreuitary in tl e co:--f
tiaiti'Ti, we-ccmiing from parent t. cltil-'rcn
i:..to tho thlrJ nrvd fonrth generation ; i:dxd.
it sctni to be the r vl of Hhn v.l.o says "I
tl-.e hiiTikics of tl;e .ii;r upiv
Offlee comer of Main and First Streets.
FLUSHING. N. Y.
Will fend their new Strawberry Catalogue, com
prising 150 variet ies, arnl new Catalogues of Bui
bona Flowers and Grapes to applicants enclosing
Prinze's Scarlet Marnate Triomphe du'Gand,
Hooker's Jenny Lind, and 20 other varieties, ft per
100 and 55 per K00. llson s Aloany, li Sets per
100. $4 per 10u0, 10 for 3000. Austin's Seedhng
For other splendid varieties see Catalogues.
OSIER WILLOW CUTTJXGS,
Yrriety Perpureu for live fence.
I will cut, bundle and deliver the Cuttings nt
Brownville for f 5 per eighty rods t being but a little
over fico tlollart per thousand. This is from one to
three dollars loss than ever oQ'ere l before.
All crders at these prices must be sent ia before
tne 1st oi uctobor, ISol.
Send orders ty mail with cash, to
R. O. THOMPSON,
Nebraska City, N. T.
NEMAHA NURSERY, )
18 miles West of Nebraska City, August l.-n3-tf
Oa new Air Line Kearney Road.)
SE2II-ANXU1L STATEMENT, Xo. 102-
CAPITOL and SURPLUS
May 1st. IOG1,
C3sh ard cash itei.is -
ians well secured -
Ural Kstate - -
2626 shares ITartJord Bank Stocks
21'25 ' Xew Tork " " -
1010 " Boston " '
507 other " -
Fnited State and State " "
Tlartfd &.X Haven R.H. bonds "
Hartford City Bonds
Conn. Biver Co. & R.R. Co. Stock
T .tal Assets -Total
6 2S3 i0
. 15 000 00
274 S59 00
193 ?.50 00
100 7.V) 00
73 3f7 00
- 39.7iX) 00
3'3 750 00
For details of Investments, see small Cai'ds auJ Cir
Insurances may be efleetel in this old and substantial
Company on very favorable terms.
. JOIIj L. CAHSO:., ASL
--r- ' BROVTXVILLE, N T.
y rirel'in?R and Farm Property insured lor a term
cf jears at verj- low rates lyno4
New Shoe Shop.
Respectfully informs the citizens of tais place and
vicinity that he has comnienoed the manufactory of
Boots anistoes in Brown.ihe, and hopes by attention
and care to merit a (hare of public patronise. His
stinkisallof the test qr.ahty, and tin work all war
ranted to "?ive satisfaction or no pay."
Ail styles" f work, from a N'o. 1, fine calf skin boot,
to a coar-.e brogan, and at prices sj low that nona can
Give me ? cail at my shop., on First street, between
Main and Water.
Brownville, Vay 9, 1SG1 Iy
; 1'istrict court or .emm;a
("county, Nebraska Territory.
T. W. Bedford,
James R. Fkmin
Isaac Coe J
James B. Fleming an I lsr.ac Coo are hereby noti
fied that T. V. Led.Td did on the Cih day cf Au
gust, a. d. ISjI, f. ie hi? petitivii in the District Court
cf Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory, against the
said James 1. Fleming and Isaac Coe, defendants
setting forth thit the said James 11. Fleming on tbe
30:h day cf July, a. d. ISiJ.gave to the said hap."
Coe a deed cf ti ust on the south wct quarter f t
section 3 township 4 north of range 14 eaitof the
6th principal meridian, Nebraska Territory, and in
said cvunty of Nemaha to secure tho payment cf
two hundred and fifty dollars according toacertaia
promissory note referred to in said Deed of Trust,
which said n.jte and deed of trust was afterward as
signed by the said Isaae Cce to the said T. W. Red
lord, plaintiJ, and pravi:ig in said petition that the
said James 15. Fleming pay to plaintiif the suiU now
claimed to bo dne on sail note amounting to S-oO
with interest from the COth day of July, A. D. 1SJ?,
at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, and that the
said premises be sold to pay the sum ; and notice is
hereby given to the said James 15. Fleming at d
Isaac Coe that they are required to appear and ans
wer cr demur to said petition on or before the 23d
daycf September, a. d. ISo!.
O. Ii. HEWETT, Atty for PH.
Notice of Attachment
David J. J'nrtin,
Stephen F. Nuckolls j Before Jc.-so John, Justice
Heath Nuckolls, cf the Peace cf Nemaha co.,
On the Slstday cf July, 1301, said Ju-tiee issued
an Order of Attachment at the rait of the pl.iititirf.
dcicg hnsinc-s ns I). J. Martin A Company, for the
sum of ?7.5d with interest r.t fttitctn per cent, per
ennumfrom Fob. 26ih, IS'31, and costs. Said case
will be tried September 13th. lWl,at 13 o'clock. A.
-J. E. W.TI10MAS, Att'y for Pif.
Aug. ."1st, 19ol. n5-;v,-$
Hczakir.h B. Strong, Guar- "1
Petition to sell Real
rt C-, ()n!
V.'m.OpeU, his Ward, f
JobnOpelt. nnd others, j
This 5?h daycf August ISol. enmothe saMncza
k?;ih B. Strong, as vlunrdhm of William Opelr, and
f.Ied his p.:iti'!u duly verif.c 1, the object nnd pnycr
of whi:h is to obtain licence fcr the sale of the follow
ing real estate, to-wit. south west tjuarter of north
weit quarter and north west quarter of south west
quarter of section 13 township 1 ra:ige 15, Nemaha
county, Nebraska Territory, ns the property rf said
Ward. It is thereupon ordered and directed by tho
Court of Probate of said county that the said Ward,
John Opelt, Joseph Opelr, Alfr?d Opclt end a sister
of said Ward, riow residing in the State of Califor
nia, married, wdjose name is unknown to the petition
er,nnd ailc-ihrrcrs-ins who claim and may have an
interest in said premise.', as nest of kin to said Ward
or otherwise, to i'ppcur before said Court at Brown
ville in this county on tho 9th day of September,
1SS1 ,nt 12 oYloek, nnd show causo why licence should
not bo granted fr the sale cf said premises. It is
further ordered that before said day of hearing this
order be published tr three consecutive week? in the
'Nebraska Ad7erlicr"a new-paper published in said
county. C. W. WHEELER,
Notice of Attachment.
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA.
Pawnee County. f bi
To B. P. Beeby, you are hereby notified that an Or
derof Attachment was issued against you on the 5th
day of July by II. G. Lore, Just ice cf tho Peace in
said county, and vour property attaehed to satisfy the
demand af J. B. -Morton, amounting to thirty-eight
dollars. and cost not toexreed 30 dollars: Now, unless
you shall appear before II. O. Lore, Justice cf tho
Peace in and for said County at his ofi'iee, on the 2ith
daycf August,n.d. lfol, at 12 o'clock, M., judgment
will be rendered against you and your property sold
to pay the debt.
J.B. NORTON, riff.
Johns & Crosley,
SOLS MANTFACTURERS OP TUB IMPROVED
GUT A 1'KUCHA
the Cheapest and most durable Roofing
IT IS FIRE M'D WATER PROOF
It can be applie-T to flew and old roofs of all kinds, ard
to shingle roofs without removing the shingle.
TIic cost Is only onc-lhird of Tin,
and Is tw ice as durable.
Gutta Percha Cement
For preserving and repairing tin and other metal roofs
of everp description, from its great elasticity is not in
jured ty tbe contraction nl expansion cf metals, and
Will net crack in cold or Run in izarm
These materials have been thoroughly fp'sted in Kew
Tork and all parts of the Southern a ad Western states,
and we can give abundant proof of all we claim in their
They re really applied by ordinary laborers, at trifl
"NO HEAT IS REQUIRED."
These materials are put vp ready for
vse and for Shipping i all parts of the
Count n, n'ith full printed directions far
Full descri'Mvc circulars will le fur
nished on application by mail, or in per
son, at cur principal cflce,
(Opposite St. XicfcoUi IT. tel.) XKT TO?.-.
JOHNS & CROSLEV.
Feb. 2S, 1361. AGENTS WASTED. C mo
Notice is hereby eien to all persons having claims
againft the estate of Wm. ilcNeal, deceased, or any
wise interested in said estate to appear before the
undersigned Commissioners at tho house cf Hiram
Billing , in Pawnee county,N.T., on the 15th daycf
September next, and present them for adjustment,
or they may be debarred of the beneStof said estate.
Civen undr our hands and seals, Pawnee county,
T..Ang. 15th, A. D., 1861.
J. K. COOK,
HIRAJI BILLINGS, L
Aug. 13, 1S51.
Theodore TT. Bedford, Pl'fr.'l
vs. . J District Court of Xemaha
Thomas 'Williams, O. . B county, Nebraska Terrl
Hewett and Dan'l L. 51 c j tcry.
Gary, Defendants. j
Thomas Williams and Daniel L. MefJary are hereby
notified that Theodore W. Bedford! did on the 2Sia day
of July A. V. ISC1, file his p?tition-in the DUtrict court
of Nemaha county, NeirasSa Territory, r.Kair.si the
paid Thomas Willisms. O. B. TTewett and Dar.l3l L. 11c
Garv, Defendania, setting forth that the said Thomas
Williams on tae 11th day of February a. D. ISoO, gave
to the said O. B. Hewett and Daniel L. McUary a
mortgace on tbe undivided half of the North-west quar
ter f f se-rtn No. 12. in Township N". 6, North of
Iian?e 13, in said ci.uctv of Nemaha, to ?ure the
f i;. meul cf $ ;3 70-10O ccr lin? to a certain prrr:iis-y
ncte referred to is :id nrrt?.-.?e. whi'n sj:.1;; t1 and
merti-ope v. as ifterwanN aii'ned by tl.a sr. Id .V.Gary
ar.l L-.-ve't ti te a:d Thd-.l-re V. i;ei.' ri. K.t.r-tir,
m l p.ayi: z in sa:d i:i :n that tl-.e a:d Ttcinaa Wil
tiinii. pay t piaintia' the sum w cl.-timeu tote dco
or. saM r.Vtc. jrmir: t- $i3 70-100 with interest from
the ll'.h div f f February A. D. 1S60 at tho rata cf te i
per cent, per annum, at 1 th.-i: the said premises bs sold
to pay ttif sii'ie, ar.l notice i herc-ty f: en totb
raid fhruias V.'i::i.t;:is and Uar.;M L. .Vcr.ary thr.t the?
sire re rare 1 t? a;-, i ,ir r:.J ar:iwcr crilcniur t-- said r-e-
. 03 or hofcre to third Jlondiy alter the d..y cf
Yhi, Knight Comp;i::y,)
M,Hr3& Smith. )
By virtue f an crd?r of sa'a to in? directed from
the Pistvi C. at of N ?n..xha Cot.:;ty. NtL-r.k-i Ter
ritory, d ttd cn the 17th day vf Juiy k I I: '1. I.
W. S. 11 -m. Corosier. and cx-.r;cii Sherltf, v,i'l..ii
Saturday, the Zlst day of August, 161.
bx.i rveea tue hours cf ten u 'clack, a. m. and five P sr.
ca that day, in front f th bouse wheto the Pis
trict Court held its lat Term, in tho town of Brow :i -villi,
Nebraska Territory, o.fer for sale the fi-iluw-in
de.criba I reni est:-.tc ?',S a ited in said ooun ty, to
witt'oa sonthoHst tjuarter ' srtioi 1, in town.-hip
j, nortae! rarg' 1, ea.t oi tr.e t-ta fnn-.npul n'.
ri lian, in Nemaha county. Nebr.ka Territory, the
iiu vo cese
tof ro attac
pany, vs Moore i Saiith, for the sum cf live hun
drcdand ser.ty-rico dollars ar.d forty cuts ,'$375.'.'.)
debt and cj; amounting to fourteen ile'.l.;rs a n ! ac
cruing costs and interest from May 13, a D 1 S3 1 at
th? rate cf ten er cer.t. per annum, all said land
lying and Lcin in Nemaha count v, N-.bra.-k.i Ter
ritory. W. S. nOuN.E.v.-M.Tlcio Shcrid'.
by J W CoLFMAK.Dept'y
July 25th, 1? 1. n3 5v?j
bribed property, being the property h.-r:-ac
be..l in tl-.oeasecf Fiske, svnight A Cora-
NOTICE is hereby given that I will oTer for sale
et public auction at the door c f the lli v.se in which
the last term of the Nemaha County District C.mrt
Nebraska TerriTor" was hell, in Brewnvlile, in said
county cf Nemaha on the twentysixth day of Au
gust, A D ISol, at one o'clock, P. M.of said day,
the f I'.ovf ir.g real csta'e, y":trt"d in the si I t-ona-ty
cf Nemaha and Territory cf Nebra-k-i, t'-wit lots
No. nine, teu an I eleven, L.', 13 i 11 c f tho sm:th
east fraction! qucrter cf sevtion No. thirty-one (.11)
in t-iwnshin No. six, j'u north of range No. sixteen,
16.1 en?tofthe 6h principal meridian, with tbe
exception of so r,iu:h therejfas belongs to Joseph
Cadenba-jh. d?s-.:ribc 1 as f.'.I.-ws, to-wlt, crmmcn
eing at the Sonth-wcst corner t f tlie nb.;ve nnm;-d
lot Number r.:n 51 these 3 r-.i-r'a forty U-' rh
thence eat cmi har. ir:! a.id sixty rcis, tliencc
north forty id rods a'ung the Missouri rivrr thcr. ?e
east tt the pla.-e of beginning, taken as the proi or
ty cf Nathan Harmon, on an execution in favcr cf U.
C. Johnson, issued by the said Nemafc county
District Co"rt r.r.d to !ne directed, ac jthe Sheri of
the said county cf Nemaha.
Witness my liand this the 2.d dav cf Jalv.A. D.
Ex-OiSeio Sherif., by
J. W. COLEMAN. Deputy Sherif.
Brownville, J ily 25, IS1;J. (r.3-5t-?J)
KEMAILV CITY, KEDKSKA.
On six for Wlioat,
The public are uit..rr.tM that at Jleivin-!. ;,iil!s that
Sftoyoentscasti is bein? pail fr irnod tnorcha iiia'j'.e
wheat. Also wtejt and corn ground for toll as ... I.
Nc22 J. G. .MFLVIN.
Notice of Attachment.
At my Instance an a'tarhmctit v.-.is this diy j-r.-r 1 -C.
W. Wheeler, cx-.tliOio Juriee of iLe I'ea.e of N'o
mal.aCi.unty. afainst the ?roHrty and er,ets ,.' J.-lm
Uatche r. fon.. an absconding debtor f said Cfi-I'T.
July 1st, 1561. 5w Ii. (). Ml.MCK.
Nemaha Lnnd Ollice. Ang.th.lttT.
To J hn Ilojikips and Asa II. Butler, You are here
by notified to n; pear at the Land 0:";:e nt Brown
ville, N'.T within thirty d:?y? from the dr.tcrf this
notice to tn.iko further jtoo!" in rchitioti toyinirrre
emption elaiia? in neconbin.-o witl it.strLtctious from
ihc General Lard nfe'e a t Wnshinjrton.
RICHARD F. BARRETT, Keiristcr.
C.B. SMITH, Receiver.
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
J. BEeiBY 4&. Co
nave just completed their new business he ".e cn
Main Street, near the U.S. Land Office, in Bn-wnviile
where they have opened out aud areo.i'ering on the uiot
Dry Goods, Provisions,
Of nil Kinds,
FLOUR, CO NFECT 1 ON ARIES,
Choice Liquors, Cigars,
And a "thcusandanaoLe," ether things everybody
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK
Brownville, April 2C, ly
A Gold Fob Chain. The owner can have by de
scribing same and paving fur this advertisement.
Brownville, June 27. SAMUEL CALLLEN.
AU those ir.de)ted to me by Nota or Bfc Aco urt
will please cono forwa.d and settle by complyii. with
tho ab vc oc or before the 23 of August, will ot.liee 'be
subscriber. WM. T. Di-:X.
Bro nviliP, A'.i-it 1, loi.
iw uu mm
Wlhitncy's Blcck, Main Street.
LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE
ELK HORX and MORTAR
Aiiu;t, Kt, IS61. il.v
O. B. IttWKTT
Att'y f.r T'lT,
J. J. THUEMAN,
ANNOUNCES to the citiien of Brownville and
vicinity thai he has removed his Drug Store from
Sidney, I )wa, to the City of Brownville, and having
added thereto an extendi re sto-jk of
Paints arJ Oils,
Fure Wines ar:l Liquors,
For r.Ietiicn! Purposes,
Hair and Tooth Irishes,
Fina Toilet Scap,
CV., C j Lw C w . ' .
Irv:t:s the rn'ol'c pitrv.;
?r3"riiyi--i..t.r Prox-rlptions attc.dcJ to it all hours
byih by d.iy ti-d ui,ht.
BroT.nvli'.e, Arrii IP.h, liHI. ni3-yly
Its tlTwvU cor.iTricr.cc by deposit icn ft-om t'-r
tloexi cf corrupt cr ulcerous riialtcr, which, in
V.v2 lungs liver, r.ucl internal orir.s, U termed
tub.TrclJs; ia tlie p'.antls swel:-; ev.J cu
tho iiirfltcc, eruptions or sorc. This f ul ccr-
rttpticn, whijh gtr.dcrs inthj b o !, J.-pt esses
Lhe encrpea cf I'Sc, so t!rT? scrcfulous conU:a-
ti-r.s not only sti.Ter fronx scrofulon cim-
rhi':...-, but tliev I.avo far l.s power to wit!.'
. . . , i--
t.i:i.l ths attack
of other clirns
Licli."alO;ouili i.ot scrc.fulou.-t ia their r..UuT
are renJ rt.l fatal by t:.i tair.t ia tl.c
5Tst:m. Mo;toft!:e toasumption wi.uh Jc-C'.r.-iP.tc
t'.i? hittr.nrt fir-ily Lns its origin uirttti
in this scrofulous cor.rianination : tr.-l rrrty
tructive aliases of tho liver, kidney. 1rai"
r.:ul, iaJecJ, of all tiio oruls, arL-e Lu:a or
nre nnivated by the sam2 cause.
Ono q'tarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their person ere invaded by this linking im
f ctio::, and their health U iindormbicd y
To cleaue it from tlie system tro must rvtiovr
tl-.o blood by an alterative mevlU:.nt and i.s
vioir.to it 'by healthy food and cuci.v .
Such a iuediciV.2 we supply in
Cc;i:pcnr.d Extinct cf Sarsapzii!; :
tho m i-t c.Tectual remedy which the r..ed"u
skill of our tir.ics can ileviso for this cv.r;
w hero prevailing and fatal maladr. It is c
binod from tho most active mrtetiiiU that b;i.
been discovered for tho expurgation of thi 1-
dL-ordr from tho blood, and tha rescua of tl
svstera from its destructive concqucu-ecs.
lience it should be employed for the cure cf
not only Scrofula, but also" those other alTee
tions which arise from if, such a IhttTTivr
and Skis Disfasfs, Sr. Antuost's Finr.'
IIosk, or r.iU.siiT.i...s, rxMrir.s, ri-sTfi.Es,
and Salt Ruei-?:, Scai.t IIfap, iliawoa.Mt
IttiruMATisM, Svpnii.iTicandllEKcur.iAi. Dts
fases, Dropsy, Dvsrr.rsiA, DratMTV. and,
indeed, Ai"t. Comclaints auisixo mu.u Vitia
tkt) oa IuriKr. Hlood. The popular Lclicf
in impurity cf the Hood" U fuuiulvd in tiuth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sar;q a
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital t'.ui J,
without which sound health is impossible La
FOR TII2 SiEEDI CrE OP
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Anr,
Itemiltent Fever, Chill Fever, IliiniU
Auf, Periodical Ilraclarhe, or Billon
Headache, aud liillorn Fever, Indeed
for the whole tla of clisenst origin" t
iiij; in biliary i!'riin?mitt, cansed by
the Malaria of Miauiatle Countries.
AVe are mailed here td o.Tr the conirtuir ity a
remedy which, while it ct;res the ahove coair'.ainU
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in ary
qnantitv. Siich a rcracitr is i'lvalualle in distric ts
where t'icse rtV.ictin disorder prevail. This
"Ct nE cxnt-Is the niisrriiatic poison cf Feteu
and Aurs frnr.i the system, ard prcvet.ts the cle
vtlo'.iuicnt of the disea.s?, if taken on the nrst ap
proich of its r rc.xioiiit.iry symptoms. It is not only
tlie best re meciv ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, "hut also the chewiest. The larsre
quantity v.c surply for a dollar Irtrsrs it within the
rc.irh c f eery iody ; end in bilious districts, where
Frvr.Tt ami' Agce prevni's, every todv shmld
h?.ve it and t;-e it freely both for c?ire and protec
tion. A grc.tt superiority cf this remedy over any
ether ever discovered fr the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious ciiccts whatever upon the constitu
te. Those cured hy it are kit as healthy ai if
thov had never hud the disease.
l'evcr end Ague is r.ct alor.c the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A treat variety of disor
ders rrise from its irritation, nii'ou? whhh r.r?
XcitrcliT, H.'ii'tn.tisi i, Govt, l.'cai 'i he, Viind
'l'oot!i.:r.'u K.irrrn; Cc'mi, Asihiufl, 1 i!
pi tit fiim, Pai tfi'l Ajfcthn cf tie .v.Y", Uhst.r
t s, Pain in ? -T'-'-'v, .','', Pttm!yu$ and lc
rauycuwut of t',e Mcntaih, all of which, when
oiin-tin.; in this cause, put on the inUrmittent
t:pc, or become periodical. This " Curb " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious district. If taken occ.i
sionailv or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will bo excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sutlicicnt quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuahle for protec
tion than cure, and fow will ever su.Ter from Inter
mittcnts if they avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared byDr.J. C. AYES &. CO., Loxell, Ha; 3.
For sale ly
J. J. THUUMAN,
Druggists, Brownville, N. T.
Wheat! Yiicat! Wheat!
Farmers Look toYonr Interest I
rartf.st and will continue ty riy the Ilis'ieat Mj if.
F: ice tor
WIIEA T and PRODUC E.
in :ct!s. JIj tt.vk of (;.!.s con.-l.-ts of
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAFS,
DRY GOODS and
NAILS, DOORS and
GLASS and PUTTY
PLASTERING HAIR, 30c per lu.t
TUBS and BUCKETS,
MEAL and POTATOES.
1 also, keep a well K!ere'l stock of Calf, K:p, er,
ar.l Sole Leilicr fut manufacturing
BOOTS and SHOES,
wl.tch 1 will warrant to give ati.sfaclia. e
niy pjesent stock of Gooil at prices to suit U.e tiinr.
which will t.e cheaper than (frls hve teen Nli tcm
ere. for Cash, Hi ie, Wheat or l'roluce cf anj km-l
but no creIit wilt te given.
IV T. DEN.
Brcwnvllie, Angnst 1st, 1361. n ltl
BROVX YX 1,1.1:, S H C II AS HA.
Annonncea to the la lies of EroTnville anl v!ciu;!r
that she hv just rcccivc i Uer
Tj wtica bLe calls particnUr at;intiun. Her
r.re ct tbe rery latest btyles auJ a.-e oScre-i at unaituihy
Boot:;, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
H s s v of L'-'s, v. c.;rs never w.i
S Ur;o,' i.or wis 1 ever p-ep-rcd to vtt'r 'h b-trrsini
BrcwnviVe, Arri! !:"..
Furniture ! Furniture ! !
Tlie ir.i st crnr-lta ;t ?t-n;tr.re eve . -tbi-t
;itr country jus' rccivc.lby T. t
ttc.cn-. A;.il iiu., lit I.
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