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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1861)
' jjROWNVILLE, NOV. 7. S61.
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ND DliALiSKai IN . .
Trk- aid J'riflttns Material ol all Kinch
1 ' TriljUD Bui Wines, Now Tork, nl Brown' Iroi
0Sce'" jBuiWinw. ruiadelphia.
,,Tkfv rcoihorlxed Aleuts for the
farmer and Advertiser.
VlTISCK & AIIItOTT,
jyed Slates and Forrin Newspaper
rw BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
.Lmed acenta for tbe "NEBRASKA ADVLR
I5Er"; Vl ' NEBRASKA FARMER "
"Trtisire Aper-ts in Ht. Louis. Messrs.
A d D V O'UuKOGHCU, General Advertihin?,
SI uhcanJC-mmi-M-.n A-uti, 46 Olivet. Louin,
'fnr .crrediicd apentsin th.it city. and they are au
dd t receive advertisement for b.:b tbeAdPer
U,V' uj fariarr, and collect LIU for the wme.
Tvri.i Aolst ron Tun advertiser Asd
BMrB WM.K II A b vet , K-i- i ourrcaular au
thorized travels Agent f;r the Adrtrtuer and Far
nc will Shortly visit ,be E,if'tern cities for the
urivse if pruruis adverti-in;; patronape. lie is
(Bi'y tTi'.hTiiM to contrast olid e cur name in busi
es tvIlJ'-i'',, connected wi;h onr pubacations.
The " Advertiser" Office has provided
itself with F!aj cuts, and also, those for
rrirjtir? various kinds cf Is ational Envel
ope's, arid" i now prepared to fill orders
vb'oIe?ale or retail. Apply at the Ad
vertiser'. olTice, or Post Oifice.
Agents for tbe Advertiser.
The fo'.lowiii gentlemen tre aithoriied agents
for loth the AJVrffr and farmer:
A. P. Jones, Omiha, X. T.
Jsill. WATTLF.8.Keilevoe, 44
i !i 'm n rn. l'lattsrnouth. "
J..S. JIarpivo A Co., Nebraska City, X T.
J.W. lin?s, lra.
L: Jonvsov, Nemaha City,
J.N. M"Calaxd. Pawnee Cify,
C. W.Giumngs, Table Uoek,
h. W. 1'abkfr. Au.nin A lieatrice,
M. K.. ConEV, Tecamseh,
A. F. Mr"rR. E'.khorc,
J. Peck, Columbus,
O.U. IkISH. iKcatur,
W. U. jAMEF.DakoUh,
J T.rrc (hmitli-
G. Ji. Uixev, Connor, JIo.
Y. A. T. mi sos. Uuck P. rt, M
A. M. liAit-ks. North rStar, "
A. Tvi tit, Centre Gi ovc, "
"CKGICE TifEESAHD SHRUBS.
I I.ave a few ti. !rc vrleMes, a"1 ex'ra flne tre rf
a own him?. A NHi Heirs. Dwsrf nI Stand trd,
Altiv'r.i n .r rw.vri!-i; Siiruvs, I w-.j;d oxebance
witb Miu.1c.-sni? 'be::i. for Wood. wLfttt, Corn, bed
cr'iA. 'ii.fvcjn : n lie.ivere l ;iy time.
Also tew thoni.l one an.1 tw.i year Bl Y Locust
tree Lwiu: liiackinvnee. ;nJ flue vs-jetics l'.ajr.ber
btrrjcs. n. xr. rt'Ris,
SCICCt ScllOOl. In another column
will be found the announcement of J. II.
IL HtwETT, who commences a Select
School in this place on Monday next.
Mr. II. is a gentleman of experience in
teaching, and comes among us well re
commended as to qualifications. He will
give satisfaction, and we trust his school
will be filled up without delay. -
PralrlC FlrCS.The prairies west
have been cn fire most of the past week.
The greater portion of the time high
winds prevailed, and consequently much
damage has been done. We have already
heard of farms that were entirely swept.
Fanners should not fail to take precau
tionary fcteps early.
St Louis Democrat. We publish
to-day the prospectus of this excellent
newspaper, published daily, tri-wetkly
and weekly, at St. Louis, Mo. It is now
one of the very best papers in the coun
try uncompromising Union ; edited with
great ability, and supported by an able
corps of army contributors, by which it is
able to place news from every portion of
the country before its readers, at the ear
liest moment. We get it almost always
a day in advance of all other St. Louis
papers. Read the prospectus and make
up your clubs.
To all business men, who wish a relia
ble daily, furnishing all the latest intelli
gence, we recommend the Democrat.
Gonfl EROUg... Tiieo. Hill, of this
place, has received the appointment of
Trader for the Otoe and Misourf Indi
ans. Giad of it. He started a train
from this place on Monday last, loaded
with goods for -the Agency.
The "Native Americans," "Perfect
Specimens cf TLiral Development,"
4,Spotted Fawns," "Prairie Flowers,"
'Indian Maider.s." and so on. will find
the "Ccrnincderc" aa accojcrtodatinj
Personal. Jamison, an eld "typo
formerly of the Falls City Broad Ait. at
present clerk of Major Biker? Agent for
the Otoe and Missouri Indians, was in
town last week. We saw him "toting"
ofT certain milk vessels, which leads us to
.suppose he has quit "buying milk," and
intends hereafter to "keep a cow."
Worllllng'S B.lliS v Worthing
Las procured a new, huge an 1 splendid
set of Billiard Balls, with which even the
inexperienced can make "runs" the most
A Good Chance. A gentleman with
a small family, a resident of Atchi:on
county, Missouri, has enlisted under Gov.
Gamble's call, and desires an active boy
to do light work for his board and school
ing this winter. Enquire at this office.
Eating IIOUSC Chapin is still run
ring the City Eating House, in connec
tion with Worthing's Saloon. He is pre
pared" to accommodate day hoarders, fur
nish ein?le meals at all hour, and answf-r
firomptly to the call for cyders, pig's
feet, tripe, ham and eggs, prairie chick
ens, quail, hot coffee, etc. etc.
Somebody's Cat Found. One of
our "jours" as aroused from his slumbers
the other nisrht. ly the piteous pleadings
of a very small ahd very taby Grimlakin,
left ly some heartless wretch to buffet
the chilling wiatry wmds. The oppeal
was not in vain, and the aforementioned
jours heart was touched, and forthwith
flew opco the door. The infantile frline
claims to be of poor but respectable par
entage, and a desccDdvtit in direct line of
" l'u, that with vermii idial claw,
Struck tbe wi. rd rut in wh'w tn-atiate tnw,
Laj reeking milt that erst in Juan'scourt Wv'tw."
Jt i' desirable that the owner call soon,
"prove property and pny charges," ns the
local has heard the editor complain re
jwatcd'y, that too much time was taken
op by the kind-hearted jcur, in "looking
vp meat for his cat '1
We call. attention to the Card, in an
other column, of Chas. C. Tucker, Pen
iion and Bounty Laud Arent, at Wash
ington City. Those entitled to Pensions,
Bounty Land or Bounty Money, can have
their claims prepared and forwarded to
Mr. Tucker urmrj calling at this office.
Capt. Sxrcu's Company of Cavalry,
from Atchison county, M., was in our
flace yesterday. They came ever to re
ceive their arms, -vhich came up on the
Oaiaha. They are a fine looking set of
en. and will do good service. They ara
flOVV well equiped with Enfield rifles, pis
' and sabers..
Two more prisoners were sent from
this place to St. Joseph, this week. They
were the rebel brothers Bolan, who have
made so much disturbance on the other
side of tha river, as well as this, for
' Sharp ShOOterS. By reference to
the notice of Capt. A. W. Matthews, it
it will be seen that this gentleman is au
thorized to raue immediately a company
of "Sharp Shooters." We take great
pleasure in testifying in regard to Capt.
Matthew's coiiptten?)'. He has seen
service was an officer through the Mex
can war and is, perhaps, as thoroughly
and practically acquainted with the drill,
as any man in the Western country. He
has been, from its organization, Capt, of
the " Paddock Guards," of this city,
which is one of the best drilled companies
in the country, a fact owing to Capt. M.'s
proficiency and unremitting efforts. We
consider C ipt. Matthews just ' the man
for the place," and can assure all who
wish to enter the service, that no better
opportunity will present itself.
Singular Egg Benj. B. Tiio.irsox
has laid an egg on our table, of very sin
gular shape. It is an ordinary hen's egg
but perfectly flat.. - y
Poor old John Bell, of Tennessee, is
getting more cuffs than coppers e ven from
his own friends in S.-cessia. It is said his
present lot is a complete political isolation,
and a Nashville correspondent writes that
he lives an unenviable, lonesome, embit
tered, homeless existence. It will be re
collected that he invested fifty thousand
dollars in a new tteatnboai building near
Pittsburgh, which was recently seized un
der the confi.-cati.jn act.
'Mr. Schoolcraft says the Indians
never swear the worst they say is
"madth une-moosh" or bad dog. It
would seem then that Nature does not
encourage profanity showing the differ
ence between nature and cultivation."
Mr. Schoolcraft knows nothing about
Western Iudians. They are used to
"swearing at a mark."
"Jim" Lane. ,
Gen. "Jim" Lane recently made a
speech near Leavenworth in reply to some
charges made against him by Gov, Robin
s.ii and others. It was eminently char
acierivic. H.jre is a quotation :
What i the ih irge they make against
the Kansas brigade ? Why they are jay
hawkers." I stated in Washington that the institu
tion of slavery could not surviye the march
of the Federal army that there would
be an army of one color marching into
the slive Suites, and an army of auo'her
color marching out. I said further that
confiscation must follow treason, as thun
der follows the lightning's flash.
Confiscated property goes t the Gov
ernment, and this rule has been adopted
by my brigade. If we are jayhawkers
we are jayhawkers for the Government.
Slavery disappears before my brigade
Applause I guess that's true. Re
newed applause. But disappears on the
principle I have hid down. Is there a
man here who would act as a slave catch
er for Price? I wonder if that dirty
d"g Prince would do it! This is the sin
This is the charge against us. We march
tocru-h out treason, and let slavery take
care of itself. If they don't want sla
very to perish, lcfthem lay down their
arms, or do the other thing, keep Lane's
Brigade out of Missouri. Rapturous
In my opinion this war will never be
success idly carried out so long as an ar
my marches through frtave stales as a
boat goes through a fivek of duck?. They
fiv up on its approach, and nestle as soon
as it has passed. The boat is safe, a no
so are the t'ueks. When you pass through
a State you must destroy the property of
the men in armsagaint the Government
Destroy, devastate, desolate ! This is a
Frua lie Cinci.ir.kit Couime.-cLid, Cct. 3.
About Col. Baker.
The writer met Col. Baker in June
last, on a steamer going from Baltimore
to Fortress Monroe. He said he did not
expect to survive the war; that, in his
jcJment, ho never would see the shores
of thePacific again. This was hardly so
much a presentment on his part as a
calculation. He said the. troops were
gone, and it would bs necessrry for the
officers to expose themselves. He had
seen service, and would feel it a duty to
lead his regiment. The enemy had
plenty of sharp-shooter?, and he presumed
they would pick him off. He said he
believed it would be his fate to die at the
head of his regiment, and so he died. ,
It may illustrate the emper and char
acter of the man -to mention that, after
saying with as perfect calmness as he
could have named the most trivitl circum
stances, that he believed it v, u' Le his
fate to fall in battle, and thnt I should
never seethe-Pacific again, he retired
from the guards where he had engaged
in conversation, to the cabin, and seating
himself at the piano, played with grace
and skill remarkable for a gentleman
amatuer on that instrument, several
touching airs; among them that favorite
of the English soldiers before Sebastopol,
sweet and mournful Annie Laurie.
In person Col. Baker wat erect, tall
and commanding. His features were
regular in outline and refined in expres
sion; his eye blue and keen; his clean
shaven face rosy with health. The top
of his head wa bald, and the fringe of
hair about his ears and collar was fine as
unspun silk, and white as snow.
We believe he never was married.
His mother is living near Springfield, 111.
He visited her a little more than a year
ago, and spent several day in her humble
The Finances or the War.
The Hon. James Dixon, in an eloquent
and patriotic speech delivered at the
Union meeting in Hartford, dwelt upon
the ability of the country to sustain the
expenses of the w ar, and upon the secu
rity which the national loan afforded as
an investment. On this point he said:
'Look at England. You say our ex
penses are large, and so they are. Some
estimate them at one million of dollars a
day. But what were the expenses of
England during her war with Napoleon?
From 1S03 to 1S16, with less than eigh
teen million inhabitants, her expenses
were one million three hundred thousand
dollars a day for a period of thirteen
years. For one ' hundred days previous
to the battle of . Waterloo her expanses
were five million; of dollars a day. Of
this vast sum a lanro proportion was ex
pended on the continent of Europe, while
cur entire expenditure is at home. If
for thirteen years England could expend
one million three hundred thousand dol
lars abroad, cannot we do it for one or
two years, if necessary, every dollar
meanwhile remaining at home Interest
therefore, no less than patriotism, re
quires us to subscribe for the loan."
We dont admire him particularly as
an orator, but his principles are right, and
if he enforces the discipline which he lays
down publicly, we cannot see why any
body should complain. -Still, some peo
ple complain, among whom is "L. Thom
as." signing himself Adjutant General of
U. S. Mr. Thomas is rather an old gen
tleman; who. came into office, "if nridr
Vtjod," a nu::ib r of yejtrs ago, wli a
goo! many men now in rebellion were in
high feaiher at Washington. He points
out the case cf Lane to Gen. Fremon.,
and assures him that Lane's troops "are
committing depradations on our friends
in Western Missouri."
As the italicised words are not inter
preted, it is to be presumed that he re
fers to his old friends of other days, and
he may make out bis case. Lane is hard
on "secessioners," and cornea down on
them without ceremony. He understands
them to have originated the war, and hj
aims to wipe them out, or "subjugate"
them. Common people think there is
sense in such a course, and so do we.
Mr. Thomas, "who has come to U3 from
a former generation," evidently desires
to whip the rebels without hurling them.
People's Movement In favor of Fre
mont. Several prominent gentlemen have
lately been in correspondence wir. a view
of holding a mass convention at Syracuse
or Utiea. N. Y., for the purpose of sus
taining Gen. Fremont and the principles
set forih in his proclamation. Senator
Andrew J. Colvin. and other prominent
gentlemen, are mentioned as speakers.
The Oswego Commercial Tunes, noticing
thismattei, remarks I
"It is proper that the people should
speak in a voice not to be misunderstood.
Plain people will believe that we are
fighting with straws until we adopt the
policy of Gen. Fremont in utterly confis
cating the property, slave or otherwise, of
every rebel who dares raise his hands
against our country and her flag."
Armj Uniform and Night Signals.
General McClellan has taken another
step in the way of insuring our troops
from a repetition of the Big Bethel and
similar blunders. In audition to carrying
out a uniform system of clothing for our
troops, a code of day and niuht signals
has been adopted and is to be used for
countersigns, so that there need be no
more danirer of ur regiments firing into
each o'her by mistake. It is gratifying
to hive a live man like McClellan at the
head of our army of the Potomac. Mto
Old Postage Stamps,
The Third Assistant Postmaster Gen
eral, in reply to a Bostonian, who suppo
ses lhal the old postage stamp are le
pudiaied by the Government, says:
"The Department does not repudiate
the old stamps. The instructions which
have been issued to postmasters contem
plated only a prevention of the use of
nearly two hundred thousand dollars in
value of postage stamps and envelopes for
which the Government has never been
paid. It was a study how best to gain a
national result without any or the least
damage to individual interests, and as yei
it has been proved that the plan adopted
was the best."
It is claimed by the rebel' that fiftron
of the family of Key, the S-.ar cpr-grJ
Banner man, are now fichtirij tor the
South. Does the lit include Whiskey?
Master in this r'
of the New I
pared to er
This he will
Stamps The Post
1 received a supply
"mpsand is pre
o for the old ones,
to do for six: days
commencing to-morrow (Friday S )
In pursTjsnre of a decretal order made by the District
Court held within and for Nem.iba Ctrnnty, Xebk
Territory. sitUns in chsncery, bearing date May ICtb,
ISO, in a certain cacd rendii!!: In aaid court, wherein
JiuV-oti Lyaes is complainant, and I. T. Whyte, sUrah
Whyte. WiKUm llobhtiell atid Martha HobUiitJI are
defendant, I will, on
Saturday, 14 th December, 1S61,
Between the honrsof 10 o'c'oci A. 31, and 4 o'clock I
H. of said d:iy, at the door of Drn' Hall, in Hmwnville,
tte place wtierc the last term cf said court was held for
aid county, i.C'er f jt sale at public auction tbe f jliow
ing deseribfrd premise, to-wit :
The south cat quarter i t section ten flC). town? h!p
five (6). north of ranee fifteen (15). east r tbe sixth
principal maredian, nitnated in Nemaha county, Ne
braska Territory. Terms, ca.h in band.
J. S. IlEDFOXD,
Not. 7, 1S61. nlS-5w $3 Master in Chancery.
Johu E Chaffee and a. II' Oweus,
Wheeler. K-iney and Johnson
Notice is hereby given that by Tirtce of an execu
tion issmd by the Cterk of me Distrirt Court of Nema
ha county, Nebraki Territory, ayainst C. V. WheeUr,
K. T. Kaner. a:id Homer Johnson, in the abve entitled
cause, and in favf r of J In K. rbafiee and A. II. 0en ,
I r the rum of fcix hundred ut.d l!ity dollar and thirtj
two cents debt, and seventeen dollars and twenty-ftve
hundredths cost and accruing cots, I, J.W. C.deuian,
Sierifl of naid county in S-i.d Territory, have levied upon
and will oT.r Ijt tale at pt.blic aucti n, at the door of
W. T. tu. Hall, the p-ace where the last terra of tbe
Elstrirt Court for id county wis held, on the 9;h day
ul December. A D 1S61. betw i en the hour of 10 o'clock
A . M. jtiid 4 o'Jxk l'.il. tf aa d day.and-wiil nell to the
highest bidder, f..r Cash in bai-d. the iuAwiu described
real estate, to-wit :
Thirty acres out of the north west fourth of the Boto
west fourth of the south weat quarter, of section 23,
town 6. range 15 east, and the aouth eat fourth of the
south east fourth, or section 29, towu 6, ranee 15 east,
and tbe east hair of Lots l.'o. 3 of fraction fourth fccc
ttorj 26, towu 6, r ic:e 15 e ist, c Lt lining 25 acre ; at-d
Lota 3 a.;d 4, in ti.ck 21, and loU 6 and 6, In bl-ck 46,
and 13 in bock 2. in ,b3 city of lirowuviie, taUen aa
the property or Wheeer. Ranay and Jobutua, to satisfy
an execution acaia.t them, and in favor of the above
named j.in iff-. J. W. COLEMAN,
Nov. 7, 1861,nlS-5w $12 Sheriff.
THE MISSOURI DEMOCRAT.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1861
GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IF G 3ES.
MAKING UP CLUBS.
"STU" E3 US Ij "ST -
The Democrat is a faitbfnl r.drccate erd sujptrt
er of tha Union and the Govern merit. Its energies
will bo eit-ial!y devoted to the west to the al
vo acy of Western inttre.sU and the assertion f
Western rights. The great measure cf a 1'aciGo
Railroad on the Central Route; faee land for thj
landless; the improvement of river navigation; ra
tn nchment nnd reform in the departments cf tho
Federal Government ill bj urg-.nl without zeal ani
devotion which have won for tho Deru-erat its
present position. Gn all questions tt will boid'.y
espou.se he right and only seek iU advancement
thrmtph the public gord.
ITS 'NEWS. LOCAL AWD "MISCELLA
Shall be all that rendeis could desire. The Political
Agricultural and Manufacturing interisU of the
conn-rv shall receive due uttention,
THE COMMERCIAL CHAR ACTER.
of the Deni'KTat is well established. This import
ant interest is under the nianagemei.t ! one
thoroughly familiar with commercial Hairs, and
we pledge our honor that its figures shall nlways
be tho truo index of trad hero, whilo it furnishes
daily more commercial news than any other par
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hiver and Riilroa l Merchant. It contains the
complete Cotumertitil River and Telegraph news of
each Daily issue bisides :tj I the interesting news
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Wo reque.s ; our snhfrribers and rendcrtoaId
us to increase the circulation of ouf pa pir by con
tinued efforts to in liute oue and all of their nBigh
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Address 3!clicc &. Fisliback,
St Lou i J
LATEST FIIO.11 THE SEAT OF
UNION ARMY VICTORIOUS.
GOODS CHEAPER THAN EVER.
THE STORE FOR BARGAINS.
PRICES TO SUIT THF TIMES.
COSIE AND SEE HE.
DEN'S NEW STOCK.
I have ttii diy received toy
Hardware and Queensware,
Dry Goods and Groceries,
13jots and Shoes,
Hats and Cap?,
Powder and Shot,
To which I take p:esnre i callins the imecia! atten
tion ol th; public, fcelin as'irM I ca-t .ffer uch in-dn-
ementii to p'cIlaerli as they nver before have had
in thi pi ce. 1 have p-ir.-haed nn ler prrul; iriy f.nror
Aly cirt uinstaaces. and will give my patriru te beue
Qt of my ood fortune.
I Buy and Sell for Cash,
OR PRODUCE IN HAND.
CASH 1AI FOR HIDES.
BOOTS A. YD SflOES MADE TO
PREPARE IS TI3XE
AO tlN?T TIIK
C.-vtTBville, Oct. 31, iz:
v.". T. DKX.
3 2 ! 2
THE FIRES OF FALL,
Ey Prime, A. "o. I Insurance,
The Fruits of the Phoenix
Are manifest ia the following statement cf Fast
and Fgures, showing the amount equalii-d to public
Lent-tit, in the shapo of locs paid ia the west and
South, duriaa tlte pact four years j a subatanlialrJO
ordofa ITcIl Tried Corporation.
27, 622 81
3 1,0 5 1 3 )
20,32 55 -
40 377 45
.... 45.051 90
.... 10.832 55
. MISSOURI ..
Insurances solicited, and policies issued and renew
ed in this leuding Corporation, at- fair rates by
E. V. THOMAS
Erownville, Sept. 5, ISG J.
Wheat! Wheat! Wheat!
Farmers Look to Your Interest!
I paying and will continue to pay the lliwhet Waiket
WHEAT and PRODUCE.
in goods, if j ftock of G.ds consists at
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
DRY GOODS and
NAILS, DOORS and
GLASS and PUTTY'
PLASTERING HAIR,3Cc per bu.,
TUBS and BUCKETS,
MEAL and POTATOES.
I also, keep a well selected stock cf Calf, Kip, Upper,
and Sole Lether lor manufacturing
BOOTS and SHOES,
which I will warrant to give satisfaction. I will sell
my present stock of G'.ods at prices to suit the times,
which will be cheaper than Kootis hnve been sold here
before, tor Ch, UiJes, Wheat or Produce of any kind
but no credit wiil be&ivcn.
W 7. DEX.
Brcwnville, August 1st, 1861. K.4a
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To All TViioni it 3Iay Concern.
All pT,ons indebted to Vi'di. 'f. DEN, either on
book aceount. cr ly note, are hereby notillcd to en!!
and pay up on or bet'oro the lOrhday of Marvh ISC 1,
and thereby ?ave themselves trouble and cost.
lirownviile.Ffb.21 WM. T.DEN".
Will pive to rustomers jnst now such bir?ain as l.n
never beiore been presented to theui Uwitl !! his
goods or manufacture to order
jQ G'Ofotj :
And take in pay
' CASH OR WHEAT
At the highest market price,
Browuville, Aiieust -23;h. 1S61.
NEW MiC- ST fill
Whitney's Block, Ilain Street.
LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE
ELK II 0 i and MORTAR
J. J. THURMAN,
ANNOUNCES to the citizen of Dmwnvi'lo and
vicinity thiif he has removed his Dni Store from
Sidney, Iowa., to the City of JSrownville, and having
added thereto an extensive sto -k oi"
Paints and Oils.
Pure Winfs and Liquors,
For Medical Purposes,
Hair and Tooth brushes,
Fine Toilet Soap,
&lc. Sec, fee.
Invites the public pitronnge.
53"Physlcian' Prescriptions attended to at all hours
both by day and hi.cht.
lirownville, Aprii Hfh.HIT. n10 yly
O. F. I ale. and S. F. Nuckolls )
James McDonald J
NOTICE is hereby given that I will offer for?alo
at publij auction at the door of the House in which
the last term of the Ncuiaha County District Ciurt
Nebraska Territory was held, in lirownville, in snid
county tf Nemaha on the eighteenth day of .V
vciuber 18G1, between 10 a M and 1 P. M of sai-1 day
the following real estate, situated in the said coun
ty of Nemaha and Territory of Nebraska, to-wit
South-east jr. of sonrh-weet qn-rter of teclion four
teen. Town Ave, Ranire fifteen east, containing forty
acre?; levied upon as as the pr,rjry of J .rues 31c
Ponald, by virtue cf two exectni. n, "tie in favor of 3.
F. Nnck ills. and the o'her of O F Lik for tbe ue of
SFXuck 'lls, issued by tbe District c art f Xeri iha
C-'nniy, Xebra-k i Territory, and to me directed ajSUer
13 of aid couuiy.
J. W.COLEMAN, Sheriff.
Erownville, Ojt 17. 1S'1. $3 00
NEBRASKA PRODUCE. ,
AS i'im i -Wr Times we w:!l tnk Wheat,
Ca'il' otaiwjtiuig e!scst i f:Mf rrVre oq onr drbt-.
Will pay 50 ccuts for nice clean Wbeat cn debts.
An3. th. 1S51.
D.J. 3IART1N4 CU.
Jchn L Shanls, 1
T M Drjdcn
V S Dryden
Aotice is hereby iven that by viriT! of an execn
tion isned by tii j Oierk of tha D.stri-t Court of
.Yom.iba coinify. Aebrafca T.-rritory. aint T 51
Dryden and V S Dryden in the ab..ve cntitl. d eau.e
ani in favor of tho pi iniiif thf rein, J-.hn L Shank,
for the rum of ninety rcven dollars au l nin:;ry-hmj-dnth
cents and w ruiiig costs, I. J W C-detnan.
Sheriir f said county iii said Territory, bare levied
upon nnd will iffer f rsale at public auction, at the
door of W T Den's Hall, the place where the last
term f the Di-trict Court f.-r said Ci tnty was held,
on .Monday ths IS.h day of JVovembcr, A I) I-sL be
tween the hours of ono and three o'clock. P 51 of
said day, nnd will sell to th? hih?ft bidder ftr cash
in band, the following dt-peribed itnl cs'are, to-wit :
The suth west f .'irih of tho sou'h west quattor of
section twenty-nin, except ten aertsrut of the
north west corner of said south west fourth ; nl-o tei'
aeres on the south side of tho north es.-t fourth of
theso'ilh west quarte of s.cti.in twenty-nine falsor
t'.nrty t.eras on :he west i.nff t!; t t: r;h we-t
foartb of the north west quarter eet!.-n tLirty
f.vc, all ia township live. iai-j six:ce i. c.i-r, taken
it the rn '.rt v of V a i- 'j -i:. ;r'-!y m xetu
tionaguiiiit i- .r. i.A io f " J--' 't i -i ..k.
. t.'."iLl-..'-i.-5N, SLeriJ,
i?.-nwT.vi:i.0t, 17, "el, 8'2
Furniture ! Fmiiibure ! !
The m j t coaiplete stock of Fnrni-are ' ever tlTercd in
this tpper cccEtrv jut received Ly I. IIILL.
Eronvii:, April tS'Ji, IK1,
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Atteratizt that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla,
to combined with other substances of still
greater alterativs power aa to afford ea effec
tive antidote for the diseaea Sarsaparilla ia
reputed to cure. It is believed that 6uch a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that oue which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immensa
eervictf to this large clas3 of our affiicted fellow,
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to ba found of the f jUowinj
SCHOFULA AXD SCROTTIV3 CoJilT,.lTTT3,
Eruption's axd Euuptivb Dissasej, Ulceus,
PiMPir.s, Llotcues, Tl'mou3, Salt Rueum,
Scald IIeau, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, MekcuiiialDiseasi:, Dttor.sY, Nec
kaloia on Tic DacLouuscx. Deuilitt, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Ep.ysipet.as, Ros3
on Sr. Anthony's Finn, n:ul indeed tha who!a
class of complaints arUinj fio:n Impcuity of
This compound will b? fo'md a grt pro
moter of health, when taken in th j sprinj, to
expel the foul humors which fjstcr in tha
blood at that season of the year. Ey the time
ly expulsion of them many rtnklin x t!i-.ord?rs
nre nipped in tha bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves fro:n
the endurance of foul eruption and ulcerous
or? through which th? system will strive to
til itself of corruption it noi assisted to do
thist'i'O i M tl-e jtaturi'.l channels of th.3 body
by an alterative ined;ci:i-?. Clean w out tha
vitinti.'d hloa l whenever you find its impurities
bursting througlt th? skin inpi:npl?s. eruption',
or sores; clean it when you lind it is ob
structed and slu:;e,ish in th-2 veins ; cleans it
whenever it is foul, and your feeliuj will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is f.-lt, pcopb enjoy better health, and liv3
i longer, fr cleaniitj thj blood. Keep th-2
blood healthy, nnd all is well; but with this
pabulum of "lifj disordered, 'there can b; no
lasthi health. Sooner or later something
rnu-.t g- wronir, and the; great machinery cf
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsapiriil i has, nnd deserves much, the
reputation of ncen:nplihin these ends. But
the world has been egreiously deceived by
preparations of if, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to 1)2 concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtus of Saraaparilla,
or any thiuj else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extrac t of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Moat
of the.it; have been frauds upon tha sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties wliatcv
cr. ll.nec, bitter and puinful disappointment
hus fallowed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilhi which flood the market, until ths
name itself b justly despised, and has become
f-ynonymmts with imposition rmd cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as t-hall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rcst3
Upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing i lias virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complcta
eradication from the S3'stem, the remedy bhould
be judiciously taken according to directions oa
DR. J. C. AYE II & CO.
Trice, g 1 per Uottlc Six Vottles for 03.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won f r iNf If such a renown f jr tho cure of
every v.iric'y of Thrj it and Lun C.nipLinr,that
it is entirely unnecessary fr us t) recount tho
evidence f its virtues, wherever it has !co:i em
ployed. As it has lintr been i:i constant usa
thm"i;hnut this sortim, wc need not d more than
nssnre the people its nualiry is kept up t ) the Lest
it ever has been, ami th;it it may Le relied on to
do f.r their relief ail it has ever Lcea Luud to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
rort rzzz: c?zz c?
Co'Hraresx, Jami'lia?, Djipcjsia, I.tdiyctlon,
Vjr-vttcfij, Ion'- t'oiit'ic'i, i:ry,itc'ar, Uca;ltchc,
ViLn, ll'icuiniHaii, 1 'nip iio;i i a:ul.S.':i.i l)iscaset,
Juier Complaint, J)ropi, Teller, Tttmort ami
Salt Rheum, IlV.vf, Cii'i', Xec-c'yia, aj a
Vitt.er ViV, an.lfji' Vm ifjiitj the Dlvxl.
They nre s-itrnr-cnrtted, o th;it the most sensi
tive can take t!i:n pl-nsintly, and thev are tha
best aperient in t!ie world f Jr all the purposes of a
f.uni!y )hys c.
?ri:i 5 ceats psr lor; n?s 13Z33 for CL03.
Great nnmhyrsnfCIenvmn, rhvsichrK.Stnfe
mcn, and cntitirnt personages, hive Unt their
names to rcrtify l!ic unparal'.clei nsefnlncss ofthesa
rsincdics, but oar &p :cc here i!l not permit tha
inscrtbin of thetn. The Ant-i be low mni(l fur
nish gratis our Ameuicax At.m two in which they
arciven ; with also full descriptions of the n'oove
coin pi unts, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed f.ir their cure.
Ii not be p it off ber unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Aveu's, and take no others. The siclc
want the best aid there is for them, aud they should
Ail our remedies are for sala by
l'or tain .y
J. J. THURMAN,
DruisLs. Erc-.vnvil!. N. T.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
tW'-s TH!, J Serve Je J,ta, X. 7., t-t 3Te
vs rr ria Curui-, Xttrioia Terri-
Gn ihn TT 7i"r x ) torv. . - -.
Or the 13 :. 't c ef A::."i- A. O. ISO, said Jnst'.ce
i-fiiii i an uii'c f lifH-Binc'it in th? abi.va action for
the M;mfr $31ai.dcoH. t.A,( cae will be tried Octo
ber 5:h, 1S61. E. W. TTtOXAS. Atl'y for Fl'ff.
Brcwnvillo, Ar.gBit2i, llil. 1&3-3
q77 CURE J
By the re"' trie'ePilli tBeper'.-vI'.ea'tac! ef e rv
out or Si IUim(he maybe p.. evented ; and If tlta
tt the commencement f an attack iramodUta relief
from pain aalsicSne will be-. bta'al.
They seldom f ul in reiuv:oi fhe .V4ea and H25
ncle to wbica feuuies are s subject.
Tbey act gently cpan the howe;:eaicvl32 C t.ltf.
For Literary Men. FtHte?t. Te'ieite Femates, and
all reruns o! iej-.ntary hub ti. they are valuable a a
Lnsativt. tmproviu the appetite, liivirs tne ard rf
eor t. the digestive nrcranit, and re-toriai the nataial
"elastlotiT rl utrf n h of trie h-le srvtem.
Th CEPUAI.l.l PILLS are ih reuU of n lvetl
iration and erefnlly con.:K'ed ete.-!mct; hviui
been in ne rjiany years, d;irlTi wtu-a time they ha
prevente.1 and relieved a vast im.tiat of p.dti a'.l
terinij from IIeadche, wetoer originati" in the nr
VOU tiystein er f rem a deranged taio of ihe 3lf A
They are entirely veuettde ia their composition, n!
may be taken atall tlmea i:ri verfect aateiy, without
niakina any change of diet, a id tht abtenct of di.
errrable tattc reaJr ii a..y o aJm-.niitir Man Ic
Eeware of counterfeits!
Tb-j eenrlne iave flvo siSTiatcrca uf Henry C. Spa'.Jlnj
on each bX.
S.dd by Drncjlst tnd all ether rea:' in Veiicioes.'
A bux wiil bo sent by nuil neal 1 on ro:e'.?toJ tiie
Price 25 cento.
Ail ordarshonld be addreedti
HENRY C. SPALDING,
j 43, Cedar Street, New York.
the roLLom.va revDc.t?r'd'r.Yrs or
Will conviaeo all who 3aTer frora
TTt AT A
Speedy and Suro Curo
is wirnix TnEin reach.
.1 !' T;t'nni ditrerr ttnJ'"'t-d ly Jfr. SPAl
HS'),th:if aff'tr-l nnu-'tioji-iUe f&if of fia
t'cacy of thi truly -icut :;ic tfi-zcoerj.
B rer'j, J.'a., Decrll, 1333
ii C ?p.ii.r.rvfs, T.-q.
I wish f.-r Mino cirular c hire ihowbios, t
brin your (Vphslio Pills more parii;u!arl brfjT
my custoiuers. If you Lave anything t-d klad,
tl a.-e rmd to mo
Oue cf ray custc nw, who ?i nbjct tti vpre 5ck
Headache, (usar.'.ly latia two d iys.) w i esr? uf
an attack in onebuurln y-.r '', which i sent Ler,
W li '.VILKF.3.
January 2, IciJl )
IlEMtY C Ppt.PINO,
No -4S Cedar St, N V
wv.ir Mr :
Inclosed Cn l twn'j-fire ecut, f f r wLi.h
send box of '-repha'.ij rills. S a'l t aldreu. af
Kev WmC Filler. Itrv.o d Mvjrjr, F.-iakHi Vo, O'.ih.
Yor PiUt uori I tie a ehurtu cure Ualaci uf-
moit in it a titer.
vm c mLErv.
'lfontiue, CjRfFth 5,331.
I hnvo tried your Cepha'-d r;!!. nl til tm
" tct7 that I want you to send mo two d . liars w jiia
Ta.tof the?9rcfrrth',r.,hhnr. to wheal ir
a few ont of the tir t box I .t fr-.m you.
becd the Fills by iniil, ai I oliis
" Ycur ob't servant,
JAMES KEeTeTEDT. .
ITiMrforJ, r., Feb. C, I2H.
I wi.-h you to Ftnd m" " more Lor of your O
vhalie I'il's, k&ce rzdiceJ a jrtrt deal of L .- fit
Yoor, rreetfiillf ,
3IAUV AN.S ijTuliinOUSE.
Sjyruce C'trl:, U'tntinrfon Co., Vi..'
Jaaaaiy 13, ia3I. f .
Von will pleae send me two boxes of yourCepbv!-'
ic Fills, Send theoa iimue I?ately .
llespeclfiill v yonr.
P S I are ureJ one lox tf jour Vill, and jiml
D'llt IVrnoa, C.'io. Jaa. 15, 1331..'
Hexky C. Sr.tLM.NO. Y.sq.
llrasc find iticloJ twenty-f.vo cf nt. for w'i'ch
send me another box of yottr Cephalic F.Ils. Ti rjf
tr frn?7 fAe best Pill Umrt errtrij-l.
Direct A. STO V Kit. V M. .
Eel! 9 Vernon, W'yanJ t Co,0. .
STA ulng'e bottle of FrALDIXG'S PREPARED
ULCE wdl save tea times iU cootanaually.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.'
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
RAVE THE riECES!
icotcmt! rn?p.Tcii! -
i'""A Sii'c "; 7'me S'trt Sin I"
As accidents wiil happen, even in weit rc-!a5l
families, it very dc-sirab!e to h sv . me cii-.ijao l
convenient way for re; airing Fu nature, Toy , Creek-
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
mtti all nuch cmcrenei.-, and n !e -hi.i can
jfford to be without it it is always ready, and up
to th ti."k;r point .. .
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N 1 A trttih. ai.c( i'ir.oic3 taeh bottle. Pi ice,
23 cents Ahlrf-ps
UlINiiV C SPALDING.
5o Ii CpdarSir!.:, c Vorli,
A certain trnprin'.-ipr-l pron iro "trrrtit; ta.
ralm oiTon th unjnspn-titi pr-.v,;;,., ii;-irat.in-of iny
i'UKPAREl) GLUT, I w. u.d cautions!! p.rsvcs to
sarnine before parcha.siu, aad see thu the fa'l
JsrSPALT) ISO'S PREPARED GLUE m '
outae outoido wrapper; all others aro swi
Notice to Fre-Eaplors.
To John TV fry Ji-n" Citron, Henry G. ?uuh
rhnrl-s T.Corneli and Thonns M.idlox.
Y.u are hereby n- tif.- l to ap-iear at. the land of-
"ico at llrownvtilr, wKo.a i tjs tr tfos hit
to mko further p'
ti'n claim m
ler pr. uf in rr' i"i n to your pre-emp.
a.- r l.i'i'e with ins'raotloas fr m : kt
iea'rai L-nJ Ori.e s' AV: .!!-. n.
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Ayer's Ag'ue Cura.
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