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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1862)
CVEKTifiN Aest, .and Dealer Id
" i Ol .red H'ks or te Best Quality,
-it Chicago, Illinois, is our au-
rxr!M'u ; . M
V'rtcxtsc t Adrsrtuer cu x .
trs AND FORtIC XEfftPAFIR AD-
I Afitscv, Broadway, New York, are
"jor. cor co..
ng Aokt, aiid Ecaleri lo Inks and
jtrii's Iru Building, Philadelphia,
I -iorUH aseu:. fr oie .lircmisr ani Far-
rwha parsed down ihe river on
S.j.y everirj crowded wiin passen-
' Landd. Mr. Franklin
t taken charge of the Aia-
:!1 Hr.se in this city.
L T yoKriisux has sol J the Saloon
-r3& cf the I3rovnville Hotel to
(fr ic't-MTY, formerly of Hackuey's
,(i:ci Leslie's Monthly for Octo
is on our table- It i the largest and
'Ut'Si -rii'tomi ruouihl y published in
fat Tueiay evening is the regular
-ir meeting, of- tha Temperance So
There will be aa address by Rev.
G. White. .
Owing to the failure of ihe boats to
our paper in time, we were unable
Polish ibis D'Jiiiber of the Advertiser
Saturday. . ....
C&iiJates who want tickets,' or desire
,-.:r came printed On the general tickets
p. pay us therefor at the time the
ei are pnsiea
Tee Continental Monthly for Oc-
t: is received. : It contains an article
2 the pen of Horace Gre ely, and one
Charles G. Leland.
We pullishavery friendly notice of
.LraJia from 'the Denver Ci:y Ilepub-
z. Oaf 'principal market is undoubt-
5 the We-ii.
?iLM0N KtvLu. We couversed with
rsuple of -passengeis on the Omaha, di
.1 from the. Oregon ruines. They say
it who rere there last year obtained
J drums, aril manv of them made
jane's. But cf the 20.Q00." who vcnt
' :e ..this summer, not cne of-them ob
ped a laim vor:h working. '. .
jltere are several of our subscribers
p have promised, time and again, to
pg us wood, hay,' llour, cc, but have
I : dune it.' . To such we would say, we
p very much in need of the aforesaid
piles, and with yoa would bring them
soco.. . o more molasses wanted,
t., .L. ; 1 J.. 1
la St. Joseph no family of a soldier
be eiDelled under anv circumstances.
I' -a a house belonging lo a known seces
jist, and the order says that all threats
p abuse used to frighten the families of
j--tsf:as occupying houses as aforesaid, to
L'iy' may leave the same, will sub-
- 'li party so using said abusive langu
:V arrest. '
v ' ....
tuh'FucNAS, left for Kansas on the
ciising up his business connected
-h ihe Indian Regiment there. He in
if' poibibie, to return immediately
elrasna lo join the llegiment now
ziu:g here. He says he will enlist as
U'ivave, unless he is so fortunate as to
trAcisc and DsTttoriNo Hand
t. Certain boys in this place have
'it of laste.'of destroying hand-bills
pua as ooa as they are posted up.
ihty know that iney are thereby
fiiULg a crime lor w hich they can be
I :r-tly punished. Persons have a right
- Inhibit the posting of bills on their
j-bes; but alter they give permission
p' Ltii to be posted, they have no right
j -icstr-jy or deface them until after they
riItf fctrred the purpose lor which they
From every portion of the Territory,
-! Lews is of the most flattering char
f :er in favor of Mr. Daily's re-election.
f rea ia Otoe county where we have
pa told "Daily won't get twenty-five
"ts. ' we have reason to believe Daily's
j-eJviil not be far behind that of two
it ago. In . Douglas county, where
A"' Las always been beaten by near
)e hundred majority, Kinney's own
j ' aJaiit that Dady will carry the
'ty lhis year by over one hundred
jri;?. ia jj, C0UQty Daily's raajori
jJie much larrer than ever before.
' Q personal grounds alone, lose
' Jevvvotes in lhis county ; that is, men
ilzve voted for him before. He will,
rtre,er for every such vote lost, gain
icf men who never before supported
j Mark this prediction : JudeKia
, Lt - t .
J ill meet with the greatest "dis-put
i .Cle1" of any man who has ever been
.ri2ale -m Territory for aoy
LATS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Passed at ike Second Session of tlx Ihivty
rUELISHED BY AUTHORITY.
pvelic so. S9-1
AX ACT to fulfill treaty stipulations with Tlanovef.
lie it inacUil i'.v the .Seife and Jljttte of AViv
teutalivc fif the United Slit c$ of America i Ott
grcttaenti,rd, Tbat tLe following sutns be, and tliO
same are hcral:y appropriated, out of any ruouey in
tho treasury tot cthcrwie appropriated, fo erable
the l'rcsi iint to fulfil tba stipulaiir-m conta'iCcJ.in
Ai; tV.irl a.r.5 f-.urt'i jm tide of the treaty between
the Utitcd Stales o;.d llaaovtr, uf the sixth cf Xo
vember, ciy'itcen hunirei aijd sixty-ono, Tiz: To
carry out tLe ftiyulaliona contained in the third ar
ticle of fail trrfrty, forty-ihroo ttiousandfour hun
dred and nfty-Iour dollars and tixteen cect'. To
fTiy ftut the stipulation contained i:i the fourth r
tiole of said treaty, ten hundred, and forty-two dol
lars and cinvty fctnts.or so much thvreof as coy be
neiewnry tt pay the interest providad for ia Kuid
Approved, ilarch 13,1 32.
AN ACT to establish a branch mint cf the United
Slate at Denver, in the Territory of Color wlc.
JJc it madid hi the .N'huU and JI-jue of ll'y.t
lentalifit fj'ilte United iitntm of Ameriva i
grinn annulled, That a biar.ch of tho iLir.t of the
L'ni'eJ StaUs be l.K-atd and c-Ubliihcd at Dt-nvcr,
in the Territory of Colorado, Jorthecoi Jageof ld.
Sec. 2. And It it further ennctrd. That, for cn rj
inon ihe business of sa'iI branch, the follow inr
CL-ers shall be Jtppi.irited 03 soon r. the public in
terest shall require th iir service, ujxin the com' na
tion of ihe l'reidenl, by a:il wijh the advice and
coiiicnt of the Senste. ituuiely: one superintendont,
one a:sayer. oue mc-tu-r and refiner, and one coiner;
ard the said superintendent t-lmil employ as iu:my
i-irrkf. subordicato vorkinen and laborers, unlir
the direction f th Secretary of the Traasury, ai
m-iy be r--pirtl. TIio salaries of th sail u.'S :er
hs.;l lJ j-s ft llows : To the superintendent, the wm
of tw o lL.ua!;d d 1 lirs; to the o-:yer,th9 sarn of
eighteen hundred do!;:!rs; to the inciter acd n f.rer,
eighteen hundred duilais ; to the eoincr, eilitoen
hundred dollars; Vj the clerks, subordinate work
men nd lobsters, cu- h wages and sillowanscs n3 aie
curt(.uary acecruin t ihcirresiicvitivo idatian and
Sec. 3. And le it furthrr enacted, That the offi
cers and ci'.rk to be i J J inted under this act, before
entering u;n th'j exeeutiuii of thc'.r oQi;es, shall
tke an okth or p.Llrui". tioii, before some judge of tho
UiJteJ State or of the supreme court of said Ter
ritory, faithfully and diligently to erfjnu the duties
of tLHr i Wv.-r;, sm i t) all each beci me bound U the
United States of Am rioa, wiih one or mora saro
ties, to the -aU;fai:ti.i. of the director of the mint
or the secretary cf ih t Tcr.ii ry uf Colorado and of.
the S'H-retary of the Treasury, with the condition of
the faithiul performance of the duties of i-heir
St. i. Andbcitfuilhcr oracled, That the g?rs?
ral direction of the bu i'icis of sail branch o: the
mint of the United State? shall be under the control
and regulation of the director of tbe mintal hil i-d-l'hia.
suhjeet to the approbation of the Secretary
of th-; Trea-ury , a;vl for that purpose it shall bt
the duty of the s--id director to prescribe suh reru
l.itions and rct;uire su.-h re:urns periodically ando-
casionally, and to estahlih suh chart-a for parting. I
assaying, rennin, ana ciiirg. as sna;i a ie?.r u. :
h;ni to be nee-:iry fur the jnirpie of carrying into
c3"ect the intention of this act i i esblisbtng said
branch ; al?o f r the purple of presviving uniform
ity of weight, form aud finish in tbe coin stamped
at said branch.
See. 5. Aiid b? it further enacted, That said
t ranch mint 11 be a place of deposit for gi.teh pub
lie moneys as the Secretary of tlio Treasury tuiy
direct. And tho supi-riuteudent of said brnn:a
inint, wh.hi;li 1-ent.rm thu dutiej of treasurer
thereof, shall have the custody of tho saui and
alio pel form the duties of assistant trei-urer ; and
fi rtUnt purpose tbail be subj-t to nil the provisions
contained iu an act entitled "An act to provide for
the better orgiiiizath n of the treasury, aad lor the
collection, ejiic-keepin.., trartfer, and dijlurseniw-nt
of ihopui'ie revenux," approved August six, eigh
teen hundred and forty-six, which relates' to the
treasury of the branch miatat Now OrleitH.
See. C. And be it further enacted, Tnat the su
perintendent of said branch mind be authorize, un
der the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury.
aLd on terms lo be prescribed by him, to bsuo in
payment of the gold dust and builioa depos ited for
as.fiy and coinage or bars, drafts, or certificates of
deposit. payable at the Treasury orany Sub tnaurr
of the Cnited Slates, to any depositor electing to
receive pnym".! in thtf.fuj.
Sec. 7. l- it furtitr exerted. That alt the
laws' till purls of Jaw nw ia force for tat regula
tion ft' the mint of liio lulled States, aol for the
ff v-rr n.'-t of xV "V ers and j-erw.rw rsnp" ryed
therein, and ir the puni-'-iUient of all fej ta con-'
b'ected ariih the taiil or coinage of the Cuitil States
shall be and tLiy are hereby declared to hi ia full
force in relation to the branch mint by thi-nt es
tabli.hcd,:is far as thcsameinay bea'plicaUj there
to. S'j 8. And If it further enacted, Thft the sum
of seventy-lite u.o-vsaud d dlars be and the same is
hereby a;. ropriated, out of any money in thoTreas
ury iiot others isc apj ropriate i, to carry into eiloct
the provisions of this ict, and to meet the expense
of the current year aud for the fiscal year ending
the thirtieth of June, eighteen Luudrel ajidfixty
three. Approved, April 21. 13C2.. .
AX ACT relating to highways in tho Coeaty of
Washington and District of CvJumbi.
Ve it tuneted lyth r Suate ud Jloue of leprcttu
tativt f th Unittd Huitt of America in Voltaren
a am, Ihd, That from an alter the passage ot this
act, it shall be iHSvfut for the levy court of Wash
ingtoa county, ia the District of Columbia, to altar,
repair, widen, aud regulate the public, wads and
highwaysin sail county, and to layout additional
roads as hereinafter Secified.
Sec. 2. Ami be H jurtler enacted, That all roads
within saidcounry of Washington which have been
used for a period of twentv- five years or more ja.i a
highway, and have been i.ognizel as such by the
lcy court as public -cob sty rouds, aud for iho re
pairs of which the eaid levy eourt has appropriated
and expended money, are declared public highways,
or any one of them, without autuori'y from said levy
co.urt,shall be subject to a fine for each and every
otfeuee of not less than one hundred or more tbun
two hundred and fifty dollars, to be imprisoned till
the said fine ai.d the costs of suit and collection of
the same arc pa id said line in be collected in the
name of tho L 'cited States for tho use of the levy
Sec- 3. And It it further enacted. That within
one year from the passage of this act the levy court
shall cause the surveyor of the said county of Wash
ington coAinfy to survey and plat all such iaals as
are named iu the last preceeding eecoioii,and hive
the same recorded among eke records f aid county
now used ror recording surveys an J plats of other
public county roads ; and, ia making said survey,
the county surveyor shall follow, as nearly as possi
ble, the lines and boundaries heretofore Used and
knowu as a highway, and he 6hall cause the lines
end boundaiies of she same to bo permanently
marked and fixed by the -erection of stones or posts
at the different aDgles thereof.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That all
such roads as are named in the second section of this
act as have beeu obstrusted by any person or persons
In any manner within the last six ytars shall be re
opened by the levy court, if, in the judgement of
sa id court, rhe public convenience requires it ; and
the oxpentes thereby incurred shall be paid by the
person or persons who shall havoobsructcd the same
which expenses shall bo coliettod as fine are requir
ed to be collected under the second section ot this
Sec. 5. Audit it further enacted, That hereafter,
in laying out new roads in said county of Washing
ton, the levy court sball cause such roads to be of a
width of not less than fifty no more than one hun
dred f oot, ajid it may also cause the width of auy of
tho existing roJtUs in sa;d couuty to le increased to
r.ot niv re tLan one hundred feet, and change tho lo
cation of any cf them, as the said levy court may
deem best for the public interest ; and, for tho pur
Ieio of opcuing or widening sueh roads, the said
ltvy c -crl is hereby empowered tt cause to bo con
demned any land or lands teessary for the jaine, ai
other lands arc now condemned by law.
Se?. 6. Audi? it fmrtheiactd, That in any case
whera materials shall be naeary for jnaksng or re
pairing a public road, if ths levy court cannot agree
with tTie owner as to their purcnase, ths said court
may proceed in the same manner for condemning
sid jjiaterials at in cases cf condemnation of land
V- tl.o nurnases of a public road.
S. Audit it further enacttd, That no field
orprD or yard, in ac tual cultivation, shall belaid
ot -en or used as a public highway until after the us
nal time of taking off the crops growing thereon.
Se S And be it further enacted, 'lhat the re
quirement in the existing laws, that members of the
lew court shall be appointed irom auiongs iucjus
tices of the peace in me couaiiy vi n uw0ui
approved, -May o, ioa
AX ACT making appropriations lor the ltgis;ative,
executive and judicial expenses of the tioTern-u.--nt
fv,rthc year ending thirtieth cf Jpnc, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-thrw, aDd additional a)
jt, priatiousf..r the year ending thirtieth of Wuna,
tihtea hundred and sixty-two ;
For compensation of the Secretary cf War, and
tbc eb rks, messenger, assistant messenger and labo
rer in bis office, twenty-five thousand dollars.
For compensation of tho temprary cltrks and
r.crtzers ia the oCk of tU Secretary ot ar, ten
thousand fix hundred aud eighty dollar.
For compensation of additional clerks, messrers
and laborers in the c faces cf the Secretary of War,
Adjutant General. Snrgecn General, Quartermaster
General, Paymaster General, Chief Engineer, Chitf
of Owmanoo mnd Comciissary General, apMSntei
under na'hority of act of January twepty-seventh,
eighteen hundred nr.d siity-two, sixty-tLreo thou
sand tnree hnt:red aal sixty dollars.
For cctcienaation cf ths clerk's and messenor in
the t See of tho Adjatir.t" General, thirteen thoas
aa 1 six boncrcd and frty dollars.
For compensation of the clerks and messenger in
tao cuice cf the Quartermaster General, sixteen
th-rusaiid four hundred and forty dollars.
For comp;r.sation of the temporary clerks'and
messengers in tho Quartermaster General' oCice,
fifteen thousand four hundred acd eighty dollars.
For compcrsUion of the clerks and messenger in
the ofiiee of ti.e Paymaster General, twelve thouo
and fuur hundred and :orty dollars. .
For compersatiou of the temporary tlciki in the
oCice of tho Paymaster General, nine thousand dol
lars. For conpenration cf tho clerks, mes?cnger, and
rtr in the olSjeif t'le Commissary General, ten
thousand and forty doliars.
For compensation of the tsnaporary clerks in the
cfiico of tnc C muiiiury General, six thousand four
For compensation of the clerks and niesscrgcr in
thcofacc cf lh3 surgeoa General, live thousand two
hundred aul i'otty dollars.
For compi jsatioa of the temporary clerk in tbe
ofiice tf too Surgson General, one thousand six
For compensation of the clerks, messenger and la
borer ia tho ohicc cf Topographical Engineers, ;en
thousand J.ix hundred and lorty dollars.
For ceuponsation of ttmjorary clerks in the
effiso cf Toprgrap'iical Engineers, threa thousand
two hundred dollars.
For compensation of the clekr? and messenger in
the oBiso of the Chief Engineer, eight thousand two
Luud.ed and forty dollars.
Fcr compensation of tho clerks and messenger in
the olfice of the CclonU of Ordinance, twclvo thou
sand two hundred and forty dollars.
For compensation ci ttij tecirKirary clerks in ths
OfLcocf thi Cclccol tf Urdinaiice, two thousand
foui hundn d dollars.
Coutiiigert Exp!usei of the War Depfirtm?nt.
Oiujc of th j Secretary ci ar :
For blank booLs, statiuuery, books, maps, extra
clerk Lire, and inieotffaccous items, eight thousand
U facts of tho Adjutant Gancra! :
For blank book-1, Li niling, stationery and miscel
laneous items, ti.reo tho isand two huulrod doilarsl
Uilicc of the Quartermaster General:
For hiauk i.as. bu:ding. stationery and miscella
neous items, four thousand dollars.
Otnee of the l'aj master Gen.ral:
For biauk hoc k, binding, stationery and miscella
neous i; etas, one tiuu:a:id iivo bundred dollars.
OHice of the Cbiet Engineer:
For Hank books, binding, stationery, and miseel-lanc'-us
i;- n, one t'lousaui five hundred dollars.
Oillce- cf the Surgeon General :
For blank book, binding, staliunery and miscella
neous items, one thousand dollars.
(Juice tf the Colon. 1 of Ordinance :
For blank b oks, binding, stationery, and miscel
laneous items, two thousa ad dollars.
0 Sice of the Colonel of Topographical Engiaers
For blank books, binding, stationery, and uiiscel- i
lanejus items, two tiiousand dollars. i
For the geLeral purpo ses of the Xorth west Executive I
Fr cotapensatioa of Superintendent, four watch
men and two iab)i-er3f t' the Xorthwost Executivo
iJuil iiug, threa ihousaul eight, hundred aiud fifty
For lah;-r, fuel, light and miscellaneous items, five
t or the general purposes of the building corner of
F and seventeenth streets.
For compensation of buperinteudent, four watch
men, and two laborers for sind building, three thou
sand eight huii lr -J and fifty dollars.'
For compcii-aticjsof the Secretary of the Xavy,
Assistant S-criary of tho Xavy, and the clarks,
messenger, assistant nossenger, and laborer in his
o2kc,f':rty-three thousand two hundred dollars.
For compoi i atiou of adlkional clerks in the odi
re of the S'.eretary of ilio Xavy, appjiuted uui-jr
authority of act f the. twenty-seventh January,
eight eon huudrcd and sixty-two,four thousand eig:it
For compensation of tho Chief of tho Bureau o-j
Xavy Vard'j ard l'.vks, iind the clerks, messengej
aud laborer iu hi- ofS-ie, fourteen thousand ouo hua
dred and forty d.-llars.
For coiiip'iisatniu of ill a tiief of tho Uareau of
Orduance and ilydrography, and the cierks. messen
ger and laborer in his oili.-, twelve thousand tnrej
nundred and forty dollars.
For coaipeti-ation of the Chief tf the l'ureau of
Cr.stra; ti-n, E ji ipment. and Repairs, and of thj
Engineer -ja-Chi !'. aal the clerks, iriesienger an!
laborers in bis oll'ce, tweaty-one thoasand thra
honored and forty dot:arii.
l'treoa.:-t-r.-ati-n of tb c!crk m'fscrger and la
bor r .o i. j Uureitu of iVoviiiuiis 'aal Clolhi.:!;,
eight th..i:-t.nl eight buudrei and forty dollar.
For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of
Medicine and Sargcry,and thu clerks, messenger and
laborer iu his o2i.ee, nine thousand live hundaedand
Cont ingent Expenses of the Xavy Diriment.
Of:i;e Secret iry of ihe Navy:
For blank Looks, bin ling, stationery, labor, plans,
drawings, maps, newspapers, book, periodicals and
miscailaaeous i.eras, two thousand eight hundnd
and forty d d'.ars.
Bureau of Yards and Docks:
For eUtionery, books, plans, drawings and crscol-lanc-ouj
iteji. eighthundred dollars.
Bureau of i rdaanee aud Hydrography:
For blaak books, sutionery and miscellaneous
item, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
Bureau -of Contraction, Equipment and F.o
jnrs: For blank books, binding, stationery, printing and
miseeilincous items, eight hundred dollars
Bureau of Provisions and clothing:
For blank books, stationery and miscellaneous
item?, seven hundred dollars.
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery:
For blank books, stationery and miscellaneous
items, four hundred and fifty dollars.
For the general purposes of the Southwest Execu
For compensation of five watchmen of the South
west Executive Building, three thousand dol.'a e.
For contingent excuses of said building, viz:
For labor, fuel, lights and miscellaneous items,
four thousand four hundred dollars.
For compensation of th Postmaster General,
three Assistant Postmasters General, and the clarks,
messenger, asistaut messengers, watchmen and la
borers of sai l department, one hundred fifty-eight
thonsand twebundrcd and twenty dollars.
For compensation of twenty-five additional clerks,
to be appointed by tbe Postmaster General under
the second S 'C'i 'n of. the act entitled "An a?t to pro
mote tbe tCk-ieney of tho dead letter ofaje."' ap
proved January twenty-first, eighteen hundred and
sixty-two, twenty thousand dollars.
Contingent Expenses of the Post Office Department
For blank boos, binding and stationery, fuel for
the General Post OiTieo building, including the Aud-itor's-oSieo,
oil, gas and candles, printing; repairs of
the General Post Office building, offiio furniture,
dazing, painting, whitewashing, and for keeping tho
fireplaces and furnaces in order, for watchmen, en
gineer for steam engine. laborers, repairs of furni
ture, and for miscellaneous items, thirty thousand
Mint e.f the United Stites at Philadelphia.
For salaries of tho director, treasurer, assayer,
mclftr and refiner, chief coiner and engraver, assis
tant assayer, assistent inciter and refiner, aud seven
clerk, tw?uty-seven thousand nine hundred dollars.
For wages of workmen and adjusters, one hundred
and eleven thonsand eight hundred dollars.
For incidental and contingent expenses, including
repairs and wastage, fifty thousand dollars.
For specimens of ores awl coins to be preserved
in the cabinet at (he mint, three hundred dollars.
For transportation of bullion from Xew York
assay office to the United States mint for coinaga,
twenty thousind d. 'l a s.
At San Francisco, California.
For salaries of superintendent, treasurer, osayer,
meller and refiner, coiner and six clerks, thirty thou
sand five hundred dollars.
Forwacres of workmen an 1 adjusters, one hun
drod and five thousand dollars.
For incidental and contingent expenses, forty-five
thousand a.:id forty d Ilars.
Ass?y Ofuee, New York.
For salaries of oCiers and clerks, twenty-four
th lusaad nine hundred dollars.
For wages of workmen, forty thousand dollars.
For incidental and contingent expanses, in addi-
tiOTl tO Ciller avaiia.0 lO uicau;, imn;-um wviuauii
Governments m Territories.
Territary of Xew Mexico:
For salaries of governor, three judges, and secre
tary, twelve thousand d-dlars.
For contingent exj-ensea cf sail Territory, one
For iaterpreter and translator in the executive
office, five hundred dollars.
For compensation and mileage of the members of
tho legislative aswiubly. officers, clerks, aad contin
gent expenses of the assembly, twenty thousand dol
lars: Provided, That five thousand dollars, or to
much thereof a? may be necessary, shall be used to
revise tnd print the laws of Xew Mexica.
Territory of Cub.
For salaries of. governor, three judges, and secre
tary, twelve thoond di liars.
For contit geLt expenses cf said Territory, one
thousand five hundred dollar!.
Forctinpnsation and mileage of the members or
tbe legislative assembly, offisers, clerks aud contin
gent expenses of the assembly, twenty the usand dol
Territory o f Wa--.h i c gtc a
For salaries of governor, three jud-rjei and secre
tary, twelve thousand five hundred, i
For contingent expenses of said Territory, one
thousajlivc hundred dollaci. j
For compensation and mileage of tl members of
tlie legislative assembly, officers, clerl and contin
gent fxpeLses of the assembly, twenty tho tunnel
Territory cf Xbra:k.j
For salaries" of govornor, three jn j &uj SCcre
tiry, Un thoosand fiva hundr! dellafs.
For contingent expenses of said Territory, one
dousand dollars. I "
Forcompenation and mileage of the members of
legislative assembly, officers and contingeat expensa
of the ossemb!, twenty thouiaad dollars.
Le?al Advcrtlsemeuta ciuit, in all cares, be aocompa-
cied with tlie cash, or tbey will not be Inserted. This
rule will, hereafter, be strictly adberoJ to.
Notice is hereby given that I havo appointed
Monday- tho 20th day of October, A. D. 1SG2,
s.t 10 c'.dock. a. m. for hearing the final settlement
e.f William B. Philips, as Administrator of tho es
tate of John oyes, deceased. .
Witness my hand and of ieial seal, this 2Dh day
cf September, 1852. C. W. WUliELEK,
nll-bw-S2.00 Probate Judge.
Notice is hereby given that Levi Johnson, Admin
istrator of tho estate of lienry Hoover, deceased,
has f-.pti.ied to the Probate Court lor an extension
of time to make final settlement of said estate.
Said application will be for hearing on the 20th
day of October, lboU, at 2 o'clock;-'. M.,
Witness my hand aud ofii tial seal this 2 lib day of
Septemb r, 18i2, C. W. WilfcELEK,
nli-ow-$2,U0 Probate Judge.
AlfiedOpelt. DistnVi Court Nemaha Coanty
vs Xeoraika lerr:tory.
rinffH ftriwrlrt I
By virtue of an order of ?alo to me directed in
. i i i . .-.i.i r : 1 1 ' l . i oa I.
. .. j ,
day of November, 1SJ2, between tho hours of 10
n'rhk-lc n in. :ir (! 4 i'e.;M-k n. in., of said ilav. nt tbo
iiiri Miv ri I I' i r x i win til .ih u run v. liiu n ii
' r ' j
door of Den'a Ila'l ia Browuvillo, the plaeo whero
tho shot eo-.irt vasl;il held, fur said Nemaha count v.
j j ,
offer for sale and seli to the highest bidder, for cash
in hand, the following described rc-al cstati. to-wit:
north half and southwest quarter tho northeast
quarter of section number 21, in township number
4. rorth cf rjin nunibnr 15. ea.t jf tha dth ra-in-
n - I
cipid meredian, in Xciuaha county, Xebraska, ta
ken as tho property of Hugh Brjwnlea to satisfy
said demand. .1. AY. COLEMAN, Sheriff.
Brown ville, September 27. iill-5w-).
Stephen T. N'uckolls, plaintiff, vs. Tbe Xemahi Val
ley Bjnk ; Stetson L. Su, assienee of I T. White;
Isaac T. '.Vbiie and Witiiaui Hiblitztill, parti.ers as 1.
T. WLitefci. C'jUiitar.y; Uaujamin H. .Pegrani aud Samu
el H. Kiddie, partners us B. R. Pf gram fc. Conipjuy ;
S icincl E. H 'Kers and Kenjamin II. Karkalow, part
ners as K' t-'e 'b an.! liartaiow; William Itoblitzell ;
GarO,.ui:. V"i:a'x; Kii-ba II. Smith , Williani II. Hoo
ver, A(.'v:it f the Coouty of Nemaha Nebraska, and the
County cf Nei.ia'iu, Neuraska. defcU'lants.
Uaea Ht"t .: t,f ih aoove namel dfeiM!anU will take
nonce tLt on Uie 17:h i!ay of Sept'!niter, A. v., 18t2,
.bo si l pia:i.ri.li" Slei'hu i. Nuckolls, filed a petition
in toe t'istrict Court of Noinaba County, Nebraska, on
the Chaucciy siiie thereof, v.hereia they are made par
tics defendants. The obiject and prayer of said petition
is to obtain a decree for tht sale of the followicg des
cribed pifce of lan-1. lyii;R :n the city of Urownviile, In
saift county of Neiuaba, to-wit:
The eastern pjr;in of Lot naniber one, in Block
nun.ber one, a laid otTan l IcKcrihel in thelUvoid piatt
or saii city, b.n'inning at ihe North East corner of said
I-ot, ai.e riirinir. tuenca West tT'etsiy feet, thence
South seVii'y tect, ihcncn Kast twenty feet, thence
North seve-uy ieet, to tlie place of beginning, and the
buildius thereou situated; and to ippiy the p roe pels
of such s.ile io the payment of a juripeiuent obtaiued br
ihe saoi p! dtiiitr a?j;:i"-t the said Nemaha Valley Unfit
at ti:j April term, A. I) Will, of liisCotirt. PiaintifT
also seess tj deb ir a:.d foreclose acU and all of aiJ
de-iet .Jii.ts ci all rc'ut, title or interobt, they cry hvc
or cf.iiui iu or ta the said premise. Each of said de
feniantsis leured to answer ui:der oai'u ttip allepa
tijn o! tail peiiiiou tu cr before to 3d riy of Novem
ber, a. i E. W. THOMAS,
H. Si. ATKINSON.
nlC-4w-$3,Q5 Attorneys lor Plaintiff.
Pile.) 15 ATE NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Riven that Wednesday, tho 17th day
of November, A. h., lS6i, is the time set for bearing
and ad.instins tlaiuas apaiust the estate cf W. C. Neal,
d-f'?i, iie of tke cvif.irr&f ynrumt, NebrftAka Tr
ritury. 31. Q. LOitE, Probate Judge.
Pj-wnee City, A ig. C7, :b62. nS-12w-,0
Burs Btoije Mills,
(FOR FARMERS AND MILLERS,)
TOOK TEX FIRST PREMIUMS at Westebx
State Faiks last year, and tire justly considered
superior to all others. The mill may be driven by
horse, tenter, or team potrer, docs its work as well as
the flat stone mills in milling establishments, and
requires but one-half the powe to drive the largest
siaes. They arc very compact, pe rfectly simple, and
for farm use will last THIUTl YEARS, and cost
XOTUINU for repairs.
Pkices-$100. $14'). A $170.
Flour Bolt for smallest Mill 50 extra.
THE HOUSE POWER
IT-vs proved itself to b? the best ever invented.
The friction is reduced by IRON BALLS, so arranged
in all tho bearings, that the wholo weight of the
castings runs upon them. THREE POCXDS
DRAUGHT, at tho end of a tJn feet lever, will keep
the jMwer in motion i thus permitting the jjxtikk
STBEXeJTnof theborso to be used on the machine to
be driven. One llOfK will do as much work on
this power, as two on the endless Chain Power. IT
IS POR7A15LE, and may be used im tub field as
well as in the bouse. More than TWENTY-FIVE
PER BEXT of horse flesh is saved over axt other
now in VK. It is simple in construction, and not
liable to get etut of o.der.
Price of power for I to 4 hcrses $125
Price of power for 1 to 1 horses . 175
Tbe $125 Power will drive any Threshing Machine.
Every Machine is guaranteed togiv aatiHfactiou,or
the money will be refunded.
E. F. GiiFFix, . Manhattan. Kan.
Gzxts. With two borseH on your Aoti-friction
Power, we drive your No. 1 Milbgrinding 15 Bush
els of coks fer'hovk, and cut a large quantity of
hay at tho same time. I have never seen a power
that runs with so little friction, and consequently
with so little straiu upon the horses.
W. P. COOPER,
Sunt. 13th A 15th St. Pass. It. R. Co.
Clostek.N. J.. Jan. 29. 1862.
Messrs. Rennet Biioth tas, Gents. I am very
much pleased with the Power. It runs easier than
any other Power in this vicinity ; and with the same
horses will do near.y, or qaite twice as much work.
I run my Thresher at 1,5011 revolutions per minute,
and a 2 1 inch Cross-cut Saw, at 1.200 revolutions.
Yours truly. PETER J. WHITS.
GOX ALL USHERS RECEIVED BEFORE
OCT. 1st., 1S2, THE FREIGHT WILL BE PRE
PAID TO CHICAGO. OR ANY OTHER FORT
ON LAKE JJICUIGAN.
JLiheral disco'ir.t tc elealers. Agents wanted.
State, Cour.ty,and Shop Rights for sale.
Fo' further information send stamp for Illustrated
Circulars to . RENXET BROTHERS,
42 and 44 Greene-St., New-York.
August (Uh, 1361. n4-3ni
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
I have just received a New Supply of Hat6, Boot3anJ
Shoes, which I win sell chuaper than they were ever
offered here before. Call and see me.
Brownviile, April 10, 1663 n40-U.
SABBATH SCHOOL BELL NO. 2.
75,000 Copies Sold the Tirst 12
Icxiths of it3 Publication.
It is an entire Xew Work, of nearly 200 psges.
Mcny cf the Tunes and liynius were written ex-
outstripping any Sunday School Book of ita size is
sued in this country. Also, both volumes are bound
in one to accommodate schools wishing them yi that
f-rin. Prices of Bell Xo. 2, paper covers. 1-5 cents,
$12 per 100. Bound. 25 cents. $1S per 109. Cloth
bound embossed gilt, 3Q cpnts, 5U3 per 130. Bell Xo.
1, paper covers. 12 cent?, $10 per 1CP. Bound 20
cents, $13 per lf0. Clot bouud embossed gilt, 25
cents, $2Q pcF 100. Bells Nos. 1 and 2 bound to
gether 40 cents, $30 pe? hundred. 25 copies fur
nished at the 100 price. . Cloth bound embossed
gilt, 50 cents, 10 per 1)0. Mail postage free at
tho retail price. '
EORACE WATERS, Publisher,
. nll-ly ' ' No. IS1 Broad frjy, New York.
pressdy for this volume, n wiu soon ie is popular
as its pred'eeessor, (Bell No. I) Which has run up to
the enormous nunoertf .'75,?00 copies in 35 months.
DRY GOODS AilD GROCERIES !
Is receiving, and will continue to receive daring the
gammer, oue of
ATew York, Fliiladelpliia and St. Lcuis.
That has ever been exhibited la tho Western Coun-
try, embracing al l tbe latest styles and novelties of the
times. Cis Block embraces
Hats and Caps.
Ioot and Shoe).
Doors and Sash,
tilasji and Putty.
&.c, Ac, Ac.
Amona his Dry Goods will be found
Print, Gingli&nis Lawns. Earpge,
Drown mid III cached 2tluslin,
Heinees, Striped Sheeting, Cot
tonade, Hosiery, Glove,
The Latest Styles Hoop
Skirt, - Notion,
He has much the Largest Stock
of QUEENS WARE in the Upper
Aeent for the Hannibal & St. Joseoh Hail
Haod Packet Line of Steamboats.
May 22, 1862. n4G-tf.
Eeaper and Mower
C li i o n n o. 111.
ThU flehrMl mw-bioe 1 by all odds the BEST
GRAIN AND GRASS CUTTER IN THE WORLD.
N iwithstandin; the misrepresentations ot those ioter-
estcU in other machines, C. 11.' McCorniick h 13ro. man-
ufactiue at the rate of 8,000 per year, Many" changes
have teen affected during the past season, and for 162
the 'McCorniick" is presented with greater attractions
than ever before. As a reaper,
THE ECO03IY OF POWER
IN THIS MACHINE, ITS
Strength, Durability, and
Rive It preference over all others New improvements
ndded, have materially lessened tbe direct, drnught,
and so obviated the uie draught that many assure us
that it does not now exist. The drught of the Eeaper
is so liht that in numerous Instances the largi four
horse machine is worked with but two horses.
The Machine of 1S62 will stand aDy test that may be
applied. Our Guard and Patent Cleaner effectually
prevents choking, no matter what the condition of the
gTars, while our new divider point separates baldly
lodged and tangled clover or grass, where other ma
There ia also a great advantage incur serrated sickle
edge over the smooth, as it does not require sharpening
so often, thus saving time. Onr sickle will frequently
run through an eutire harvest without once gnndinx,
while the smooth edge must be ground once each day,
if not oftner. With a siuoth edge the Iraught increases
as the knife becomes dull. Our draught is uniform.
a oft in the repeated trials during the season of 1363 61,
.ived far lighter than aingle Mowers, cutting at the
nine time from twelve to eighteen inches wider.
Our Mower can be used with or without the reel , this
s important, as without the reel it weighs but about
i; 70 pounds.
Iu addition to the very liberal warrantee given to
all purchasers, we would say as heretofore, that farmers
who may desire It, are at liberty to work our machine
hrongh the harvest, with any other, and kaep and pay
for the one preferred.
Pamphlets with full description of Improvements,
testimonials, &.c, can be had by application to
THEO. HILL, Agent,
May 15, 1862. n45-tf
JUST RECEIVED AT PRICES
JOHN A. PONN
Is now receiving and opening out his Spring
Stock of Goods, consis ing of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
Iron aod Nails,
Flour and Bacon,
Sash and Doors,
etc, etc., etc.
Which I will sell cheap for
CASH OR PROPXTCE,
Call and examine roy stexk before pmvbaf in
BrownviUey April 21,1862, n42-6m
Ayer's Ague Cure.
FOR FALL TEADEJLETT,STEICSLESc:Co.
JOHN C. DUESEE,
MAIN STREET, DROWNVILLE, N.T.,
. Takes pleasure In announcing that he hat now on hand,
a large aud select ttock of every article iu bis line,
Of ell the improved patterns, viz : Plymouth Pxk,
Charter Oak, Valley Forge. Elevated Ovea,
&&, &c, &c.t
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of
which are entirely new denzns, viz : Combine!
Cook and Parlnr Sti
j ' -
TPrv ntrfl f.ir small faiiiillAc
I CALL ESPECIAL ATTESTIOUC OF
FA1IMERS TO ilY
HEAVY SEEHT IRON,
for Sugar Boilers, and
LARGE CAST IROtf KETTLES,
A VARIETY OF CHEAP
LARD AND COAL Oil LAMPS
Brass, Copper, and sheet Iron ware;
.Lantern. Shoveis and Japanned
. Ware, 4d , &c.
SELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS !
OF the latest and most improved Styles, cheap
I am prepared to put up guttering and spcuticit, and
all other work of my line at ihe shortest notice, and In
a workmanlike maimer, which I warrant to give satis
WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE
J. BERRY & CO'S.,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J. BERRY & CO.,
Have jnst receive I, and are now peulnr. at ttelr
ataud ou Main atree'., one of tLc largest stocks of
A IT D
ever offered in this market. Bemembcr tho place,
J. BERRY & CO'S.,
Io. 11, ZVZaIxx street,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
May 23, 1S62. n47-tf
WHO SELLS THE CHEAPEST
GOODS IN BROWNVILLE?
SELLS THE CHEAPEST GOODS
WHERE IS IT THAT YOU PUR
CHASE THOSE FANCY
WHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR
D E N
SELLS THE CHEAPEST BOOTS
AND SHOES IN THE WEST.
ALSO THE FINEST HATS
KEEPS ON HAND.
S THE PLACE TO TRADE HE
TAKES YOUR PRODUCE, AND
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE FOR HIDES,
DON'T FORGET THAT
Sells the BEST and CHEAPEST
In fact DEN sells Everything that
13 useful, Cheap and Good.
MELYIN'S MILLS J
FREIGHTERS TO THE MINES
And tbe public generally are respectfully informed
that his Kills are now in excellent t unninz rr. tnrn-
ln out from 60 to 75 sacks per day. he has the best
millers in the Territory.
(Admitted both in Colorado an3 Nebraska to be unsur
parsed by any West of the Xisalssippi Birsr ) li isada
from the best of Fail and Spring Wteat. and it sold at
low prices aa can be obtained in the Territory.
Bis Door ia kept for fa'.e at ail tbt t tores is Brown
viile. Hals prepared to furnnsh freighters, andciti
teua generally, with flour from eitfcer Fall or Spring;
V heat, and alto with say amount of Corn. Corn Ileal
and Buckwheat flour, at tbe ldwet cash prices.
Custom UrinJiag done atone-tixUi per bushel.
Qedeeires tc call the attention cf freighters to the
ad?antapes of Browcvihe as a shipping point to the
West. Not only can any amount of gr3ij, and Hour b
obtained here cheaper than at any other point ia the
Terruory, dui ite ajercnania nere have laid ia tfci sca-
on a large supply cf every variety of goxla.
J. G. MELVIN.
Aug. .16, 1S2. t5-tf
Vlll send to applicants who ene'ese ftamn. their
Xew Catalogue of Small Fruits, iuciudins tv f elect
Varieties of Strawberri. Also Catalccse f Biibnus
Flowers and Peonies. Fruit and Oriuiacatal Tree,
Rosea and F?ireria$ punts. Seeds, fcc. . nl0-2w
BROWNVILLE. N. T.
W BTf now rwtrin? and openlc cortpiete assort
ment of 3erkhi3.1i(f9, c.-tmsUa
OF DRY GOOES:'-
Aproa CWnck, Hickory.
Jeans, Berage, Linen.
All Wool Delaines,
Fancy and Plain Sill.'
Lawnes, Saten Vestin-rs,
Coffee, Tea, -
Candles. B. C. Scda,
C..1 .... TT
White and Brown Suar, .
"loci auu xuiry oau.
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
Knives and Forks,
Hand Saw end Mill Files,
Ike, &c.,.&c. &c, Sic. &c.
Cups and Saucers,
Plate and Platters,
Dishes and Tumblers.
Ccal Oill Lamps,
Wicks. &c, he.
OF ROOTS & SHOES:
Women's Shoes. .
Kip, Calf, Baff and Kid,
Gaiters, Calf Shoes,
Oxford Ties, Misses Shoe?,
Slippers, Men's Calf, .
Men's Brogans, Copper Toe,
Kip and Course Bxks. &c.,&.c.
OF HATS & CAPs :
Of Farming: Utensils:
, Scythes, Snaths,
Hot s. &.c, &c. &c
OF iiUiUBER: .
Clear and 2nd rate
Pine Flooring, Siding-,
noaras i, i i-'z aca
2 IiicIhs 'Ihick.
Sash, Doors an j Blinds.
All fcizes bash, . 4
All Siz5 Doors, '
All Sues Bluids,
TTecall the atteotloa of tbe pub Ho to our stock, as
our CAS1I TEItild enabta us to f li low.
Thaukrul for pai putroukje, we aolicit a coiitianaa
of tbe tame.
LETT, STRICKLER &, CO.
Brownvlll. July 3J, 13o'2. noi-tf.
DISTLPSIA AND FITS.
A sure Cure for these dist-eit-inp cumpUiutsl now
mailf known in a "Tukatise os FoariGH a.id.Na
tivf Ckrbal l'atPAUATiON." puu'.isbed by DK,
O. PnELPS iillOVVN. The prescription, fur
nished by a yonn? ciairvoyu' girl, while ia a flats of ,
trance, hits cured everybody who hai taken it, rever
hcSi lng fiii led in a'i-in?fe case. It H equallyire in
caws of Fits as of Dyrpem-.i ; and the io reiieu.i may
be fouud in any drug store. Those wh arfteitctel with
Cjr.sainplicti, BroLcbiti.t or Asthma. njlo be curel
by tho ue of uiy Herbal i'reparaiion. I will send
LLia viiuaole proscription true to any pcraoo on receipt
of thiirnauie. Address, DK. O PHELPS BSOWX,
No. 1 GruJ aireet, Jersey City, N. i. . n47-6n
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN
Patented "February 14th, l&eO
Salesroom, 510 Broadway,
This Machine is constructed on an entirely new
principle of lnachinerj, posting many rare and val
uable imyrovenf ctj, baring boen examined by the
most profound experts, and pronounced to be tslil
FL1CITY and lEFECTIOX COMBLVL'D.
Tbe foliowinj are the priuc'.pal objection! urged
against ?ewin Macbinfs .
I. Excessive fatigue to ' 4. Incapacity to tew
every description of
2. Liability to get oat cf
3. Expense, trouble nnl
los of time in repair
5. Lrisagrecable in As
while ia operation.
The Empire Sewing Machine is Except
frcm all tiiee objections.
(t has straight vmUq perpend i!ar action
es the LOCK or SHUTTLE STICII, which wi!l
.NEITIILi: III? nor HAVEL, and is alike on Wth
sidei ; performs pcrt'e'it sewing on every deHcription
of mate rial, from Lea t;ier to the Guest Nansook Mur
liu, with cotton, lin n cr ails thread,froai tLe co-se-t
to the fiuost number.
Having neither CAM nor COG Y.'HEEL.and th
tho least possibld friction, it rua as suiootLly aa
glass, and u
Empliatically a Noseless Maclibe!
It requires tweafj-fiv per cent. les power to
drive it than any other Machino ia mirker. A girl
cf twelve years of ag3 can work it steadily, without
fatigue or iniary to health.
Its strength and WONDZE.FCL SIMPLICITY of
construction render it almou impowible to get it oat
of order? and is 0UAKA5TEED by the company to
give entire ss-tisfactirtn.
We respectfully invite all thoM who may desire to
supjly themselves with a sT-rkr article, to rull anJ
examine this UXRIVALLEll MACHINE.
Bat in a more special manner do we sclicit tha
Merobast Tailors, '
Shirt and Bosom Majors,
Vest and Pantaloon .Makers.
S7T.e1igious end Charitable Institution will b
liberally 4eat wi:h.
Price of i Jacliincs, Complete;
t.I. or Family Machin-), J4o,C3; Xo. 2 5aU
sised ilanafacturiii, No. 3 Lare siied
Cabinets in Every Variaty.
VTa want Agents tor all towns ia the United
States, where ageniies are not already established,
to whom a liberal discount will bs giren, bat i
aaks no consignmeotj.
,T. J. Lie ARTHUR c Co.,
510 Broadway, IVctt York.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
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