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jlDVtBTi'ifO Acekt, and Dealer Id
6ltf SD1 Colored luka of the Best Quality,
;,.'" ' .k.r.. TMinr.i. U Mr an.
r Aceut for the Airrrf iser aad Farmer.
STATES AI FOREfG XEWt ?A1EB. AD
rjTt ..CT 333 Broidway, New Tor, ar
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".'!lfdcnw forth Arer7tr and Farnwr.
jor, coe 4- co..
'.!r,sivo .Agent, and Dealera in Ink and
.iirial of all kinds, Office Tribune Building,
t"1 Tor. nd Brown's Iron Buildins; Philadelphia,
fS'f' ' . . ...., A Jnrrf Iter nnd Farm
our uilionrea aoms iui
Tvere will be religious service at the
, ...,n rSurch to-morrow at half
p;rViClc . . .
if. Hill's new stock of Dry Goods
4 Groceries will arnre to-day or to-
Tom is now thronged, with strangers,
,.-tof th'cm, we suppose, are going into
jAUit's Cavalry. ' V
Thorrtsn & Son haveabarrell of rhost
tJ.eyent apple cider at their. oyster sa
o:Dilexi door to Phil. Deuser'a. . .
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A- N- Noams, of Nemaha City, was
luled in a fight iu Kentucky about two
aefLsao. Next week we will pullith
in abstract of a letter giving the particu
Tbto. Hill, has just returned from the,
East.'- His new stock of goods will ar
riT? on the next beat. No man under
loads letter than he the wants of this
We understand Major Minnick brought
'$13.0C0 dollars from the soldiers in his
conifaiiy, to be disbursed in this vicinity.
A large portion of it to pay for horses
jATcbsf d last spring. .
O.f Fcblocoh. Capt. Matthews, of
lie Kansas, 2d and Mb. Minnick, of
W.Pennkk'3 Regiment, M. S. M., were
kh at home during the present week.
Two finer looking officers are perhaps not
10 le found in this department.
Li?u:r Atkinson is now buying horses
53 time for his company. Many of them
bring a high price. The security given
i ample. Those who have . not "patri-
hiism'l enough to enlist, but who have
i horses. to spare, should sell them to the
iicys al 6S low figures ns possible.
Company A, Nebraska Second.
he members of this company are re-
jested', to report themselves at hend-
! carters in Brownville, Thursday, Octo
ber 233," at 12 o'clock. Those who have
ranged to go with this cotopan', butnre
::ot yet sworn in, should come imraedi-
iaelyand be sworn in, while there is
II. M. ATKINSON,
j The company of Cavalry now forming
. this place hold an election for offirers
ul A v liiuiua ) 1UV.1V 14 i llll V V 4
rrominent candidates for Captain. We
tderttand Lieut. Atkijcsox declines
eing a candidate. This is an unparal-
Medinstar:ce of modesty. From Mr. A.'s
uSorts in ratting the company, he. more
,'.baaariy other man, deserved to be Cap
All he asU is for the Company to
jfCujrie hii present position, which they
i vili not. fail to 3o.
. THE LAST CALL!
J On Wednesday next, the term expires
tfroliiMeering to fill the old regiment,
I Ou Thursday a draft to fill the defici
p7'i!l be ordered by the Governor. .
Beiwven now and Wednesday next,
Htrtforf, is the only chance men will
rJr to enlist and receive their bounty
I Hie Governor of Nebraska has the
air.honty in. regard to recruiting
I for the U. S. service, as the Gover
.:'of the States.
I In . ihe exercise of thie authority he
Ts? suspend the raising of the new cav
p regiment, until Capt. Curran &. Gil
' have obtained the 315 menTequir
r' tthe 1st in the Field,
j wi the draft by volunteering. Jfe
i 'Bsla City Daily A'eucs.
J i' 'Z?ns have their choice to volunteer
new or old Regiment.. We hope
( tee the quota for this county for the
r'e-raika First filled by volunteers.
'ernalia County Convention.
Pcrsirnit- to public notice a por-
i" 3 of the citizens of Nennh i Co
I J imblcd at DcnV Hall, on Satur-
September 11, 18G2.
Ua -motion the Convention 'was
(nizcd by electing Jos. Coleman
j. J and J. H. Maun, Secretary
rrj 1 On motion 0fMr Fisher acorn-
j ( nee of four were appointed to
StJ UP resolutions expressive of
y j-nse of the meeting. .
i J ; Carson, II. 0. Minick, S.'P.
IjUi and J. H. Mam, were ap-
; fcaia committfif.. .'
committee submitted the
" luai loe memoers eiectea
Ul County in the Territorial j
Legislature, avoid if possible," the con
vening of the same.
2. That if a meeting cannot be avoid
ed, that they be instructed to vote for
adjournment forthwith, and if necessary
to defeat the expense cf a full session,
that they be instructed to resign, if th3t
course will effect the object sought.
3. That candidates submitting their
names to this convention or accepting a
nomination therefrom, shall be pledged
to the foregoing resolutions.
4. That ibis convention discards all
political issues, and unite on a common
basis of loyalty to the Government; a
union of the States, and t suppression of J
the rebellion at all hazzards.
J. L. CARSON, Chm'n.
Tho resolutions were received
by the convention and unanimously
Gn motion of Mr. Majors the con
vention proceeded to nominate can
didates, Mr. Carson moved that the nom
inees be chosen viva voce. Car
Mr. Carson nominated T. R.lFis-h
cr for the Council. Mr. Carson and
Mr. Majors were also nominated but
declined. Mr. Fisher was then de
clared tho nominee.
Jesse John, A. D. Skccn, J. P.
Crothcr and William Phillips were
nominated fur representatives.
W. Hern was nominated com
mission for the first district, and S.
W. Kennedy for the Second district
C. P. Richardson was nominated
JOS. COLEMAN Chairman.
John H. Maun, Sec'y. .
THE LATEST FRQ3I MISSOURI.
QUANTREIS BAND ROUTED.
COLOXEL CIIILDS CAPTIREO.
Camp Thomas. Ixddpendesce, Mo., )
OaoLer Sib, 1862. J
Col, Wm. R. Penick : Sir I have the
honor to report that in pursuance of your
order No. 102, 1 proceeded to march on
the morning of the 5th inst., with my
command, consisting of detachments from
Co. A, commanded by Lieut. Bennett;
Co. 13, Lirut. Bixby; Co. D, Lieut,
Fairdrotiier; Co. K. Lieut. Dory
amounting in all to eighty-eight inen,
rank and file. On the firt day we ar
rested two men, supposed to. be bush
whackers, and captured two horses that
were concealed in a cornfield. On the
morning of the 6th we routtd Quantrell
and Childs' bands about two miles from
Sibley, they being posted in a lane on
the State road leading from Indepen
dence to Lexington. We at the Fame
time espied pickets posted on Big Hill,"
cn the same road, which is one of the
most prominent heights in this county.
The number and position of their pickets
indicated a camp not far distant. Hav
ing ascertained that the rebels were en
camped at a mill about a half mile from
Sibley, my force concentrated at that
place reports varying, making their
forces from 150 to 300 strong. Having
sent for reinforcements, I started to take
possession of "Big Hill,M there to await
them. While on the march to said point
we met the enemy commanded by Col.
Childi and the guerilla Quantrell; their
forces numbering, according to Colonel
Childs' statement, 130. They fired upon
us, and as usual, fled to the brush. I
dismo unted my men and took to the brush
in like manner. Then ensued an almost
hand to hand fight, which lasted about
forty minutes, the contestants most of the
time . not being more than forty yards
apart. We drove the rebels from the
field, captured Col. Childs, supposed to
be mortally wounded, three horses and
equipments, arid one cavalry sabre. I
ordered my men to mount, and we star
ted in pursuit, though cautiously as we
passed through the brush. When we
approached the prairie I thought pursuit
useless. I then returned to the battle
ground to ascertain, our loss. I found
ens killed and cne mortally wounded,
bath of Co. A; one of Co. B slightly
wounded, r.nd many others with holes
through their clothes and hat. My little
band, both 'officers and men, conducted
themselves like, heroes, some of them
brave even to desperation.
I have the honor to be,
. Your obedient servant,
D. H. DAVID, Cxtpt..
O F FICIAL .
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
I'assod at the Second Session of the Ihirty
rUBLISOED BY AUTflOniTY. .
, PriLic-No. 119.
AN ACT to provide iuternul Ftevenue to support the
G iverumcut and to' pay Interest on thu Public
Be it enacted ly te Senate cml House of Rtpre
eeutativenof the United Satei of America ; C'onf
rjrem aietmlled, That, for the purpose of superin
tending the collection of interim! duties, tninp
duties license., or taxes imposed by this act, or
which may be herealtir impi: eeil, n.l of assessing
the jwtiue, an oCk-o is hereby croated in the Treasury
Departweut to be called the office of the Coiumi
gioutr of luternal Ketenue; and the President of
tba United States is hereby authorised to nominate,
and, with the adrice and consent of tho Senate, to
appoint a" Commissioner of Internal Kerenue, with
au auuual salary of four thousand dollars, who shal;
be charged, and hereby is charged, under the direc
tion of the Secretary of tho Treasury, with prepar
ing ail the instructions, regulations, directions,
forms, blank?. stamps aud licenses, end distributing
tho sauia, or any part thereof, and all other matters
periAining to the assessment and collection of the
duties, stamp duties, licenses, and taxus, which may
be necessary to carry this act into effect, and with
the general superintendence of his o(5ce, as afore
said, and shall have authority, and hereby is au
thorized and required, te provide proper and suffici
ent stamps or dies for exprr -siing and denoting the
eereral stamp duties, or the amount thereof in the
case of percentage duties, imposed by this act, and
to alter and renew or replace such stamps from tima
as occasion shall require ; and the Secretary of the
Treasury may assign to the oEce of the Commission
er of Internal Kerenue such cumber of clerks as he
nity deem necessary, or the exigencies of the public
service may require, and tHo privilege of franking
all letters and documents pertaining to the dnties of
his cfSce, and of receiving free of pottage all such
letters and documents, is hereby extended to -said
Sea. 2. And be it further enacted, That, for the
purpose of assessing, levying and
duties or tuxes hereinafter prescribed by thu act.
tae t resident ot tho United States bo, and he is here
by, authorized to divide, respective! v, tbe States and
Territories if the United Slates atitt the uistrict of
Columbia into convenient collect ion districts, and
to nominate, and, by and with the adtit-e and con
sent of the Senate to apjoint an as jew or and a col
lector for each such district, who shall be residen-j
within the tame : That an? of said 8 ates and Ter
ritories, and the District of Columbia, may, if tbe
President shall doem it proper, be erected into and
included in one district : Provided, That tbe cum
ber ot ciitricts in any State shall cot exceed tbe
number of representees to which such State shall
be entitled in the present Congress, except in such
States as are entitled to an increased representation
ia the Thirty-Eighth Congress, in whicn States tbe
cumber of districts shall not exceed the number of
Keprcientatives to which any such State may be so
entitled : And provided furthor, That in tbe State
of California tbe President may establish a number
of districts cot execediog the cumber of Senators
and Representatives to which said State is entitled
in the present Congress.
Sec. 3. And be it. further enacted, Tnat each of
tho assessor shall divide his district into a conven
ient assessment district, subject to snch regulations
and limitations as- may be impost d by the Commis
sioner of Internal Revenue, within each of which
bo shall appoint one asf slant assessor, who shall be
resident therein;. aud eachasse sorand assistant as
sessor so appointed, and accepting the appointment,
shall, before he enters on the duties of his appoint
ment, take and subscribe, before some competent
magistrate, or some collector, to bo appointed by
virtue of this act (who is hereby empowered to ad
minister the same. the follawing oath or aflirmatioa,
to-wit: , A li, do swear, or afiirin(M the case may
be,; that 1 will bear true faith and alleigince to the
Uniied States of America, and will support the Con
stitution thereof, aud that 1 will, to the best of my
knowledge, skill, and judgment, dilligently and
laithfuliy execute tho office and duties of assessor
for, (naming tbe assessment district,) without fivor
cr partialii v, and that 1 will do equal right and jus
tice in every case in which 1 shall act as assessor."
And a certificate of such oath or affirmation shall be
delirered to tho collector of the district for wbi.:h
such ussjritor or assistant assessor shall be appointed.
Adu every assessor or assiataut assessor acting in the
said olliee without having taken the said oath or
athrmaiion thill forfeit and pay one hundred dollar?
one moiety thereof to the use of tho Uuited States,
aud tbe other moiety thereof to him who shall Hist
sue for the same, with costs of suit.
Seo. 4. And be it further enacted, That before
any such collector shall eater upon tue duties of his
oliii-e, he shall execute a bond fjr suiih aiumnt as
chall be re.-cribo by the Commissioner of Intercal
Kevcuue, under the direction of the Secretary of tae
Treasury, with not less than fire sureties to be ap
proved as sufficient by tho Solicitor of the Treasury,
couiaiiiiug tho coud.tion lh.it said collector shall
tailiitully periorm the duties of bu office according
lolaw, kua shall justly and faithiu ly account tor
aud pay over to the Li.itcd Mates, in cinipIiatCJ
wita me ciuer or regulaiionstf the Secretary of tbe
treasury, all public moneys wLich may cmuio into
bis LMLuai r poeSfion; which bend shad be filed in
the eifiioo of the First Comptroller of tho Treasury.
And such collector shall, from time to time, renew,
sueugttitii, and iLcrease their official bunds, as tbe
beurviary of ihe'freaiury uuy direct.
Sec. D. And bo it further enacted, That eaoh
collector shall authored to appoint, by au instru
ment of writing ui.dor bis baud, &s many deputies
as be may thiua roper, to bo by bim Compensated
tor their acrvices, and also to revoke any such ap
pjiii'.uiet, giving such notice thereof as the Com
misioutrot internal licvenue snail prescribe ; aud
may require bonds or other securities aud accept the
bmnn I row oucli deputy ; and each such deputy shal
have ihe like uuibonty. in every respxt, to collect
the duties and taxes levied or assessed within tbe
poruon of the district assigned to bun which is by
ibis act vested ia the collector h uiself; bnt efcch
collector shall, in every respect, be responsible both
vo the Liiued States aud to individuals, as the case
may be, lor all moneys collected, and for every act
done as deputy collector by any of his deputies
whilst ac.iug as such, and for every omission 'if duty:
Provided, Tnat noibiug herein con tumid shall pre
vent auy coilcotori'ioui collecting himself the whole
or any parte! the duties and taxes so assessed nnd
paaoie iu his district.
csej. 6. And be it farther'enactcd, That it shall
be the duty of any person or )ersoiis, partnerships,
fi. ms, associations, or corporations, made liibla to .in;
du tv, license, stamp, or lax imposed b this act, when
not otherwise aud U.ilereuny provided for, on or be
foie the hrstd.iy of August, eigh.een hundred and
sixty-two, aud on or btioro the first Monday of May
in each year thereafter, and in ail other ewes before
the day of levy, to make a lut or return to tho as
sistant assessor of the district where located, of the
aiuvunt of annual income, tbe articles or objects
charged witha special duly or tax, the quantity of
goods, wares, and merchandise made or sold, and
eaar6ed with a specifiu or ad valorem duty or tax,
ihe several rates and aggregate amounnt accorling
to the respective provisions of thin act, acd accord
ing to the forms and regulations to be proscribed by
tho Commissioner of Intern: 1 Revenue, under the
direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, for
which such person cr persons, partnership:, rms,
associations or corporations are liable to be assessed
under aud by virtue of the provisions of this a:t.
Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the in
structions, regulations, and directions, as hereinbe
fore mentioned, shall bj binding on oach assessor and
bis assistants, and on each collector and his depu
ties, in the licrfonnanco of the duties enjoined by
or under this act; pursuant to which instructions
the said assessors shall, on the first d ly of August,
eighteen hundred and sixty-two, anl on the first
Monday of May in each succeeding year, and from
time to time thereafter, in accordance with this act,
direct and cause the several assistant assessors to pro
ceed through every part cf their respective districts,
and inquire after and concerning all persons baing
within the assessment districts where they respec
tively reside, owning, possessing, or having the care
or management of any property, goods, wares and
merchandise, articles or objects liable to pay any
duty, stamp or tax, including all persons liable to
pfly a license dnty, under ihe provisions of this act,
(by Tfcl'ercnce as well to any lists of assessment or
collection taken under the laws of the respoctite
State?, as to any other records or documents, and by
all other lawful ways and means, especially to the
written list, schedule, or return required to to be
mado out and delivered to the assistant assessor by
all persons owning, possessing, or having the care or
management of any property, as aforesaid, liable to
duty pr taxation,) and to value and enumerate the
taid objects of taxation, respectively, in the manner
prcscrioed by this act, nr.d in conformity wita the
regulations and instructions befo're mentioned.
Sec. 3. And be it .further enacted, That if any
person owning, possessing, or having the care or
management of property, good?, wares, anl mer
eh indue, iirticles or objects Halls to pay any duty,
tax. or license, shall fail to make and exhibit a writ
ten list when required, as aforesaid, and shall con
sent to disclose the particulars of any and nil the
property, goods, wares, and merchandise, articli s and
objects liable to p iy any duty or tax, or any busi
ness or occupation liable to j any license, as
aforesaid, tLcn, and in that case, it shall be tbe duty
of the otaccr to make such list, which, being dis
tinctly read, consented to. nnd signed, by tho person
so ownicg, possessing, or having tbe care and min
agemeatjis aforesaid, shall be roeeived as tho list
ot such person.
Sec. 9. Aud be it further enacted, That if any
such person shall deliver ordiscl?c to any a?a :sor
or asMsi-ant assessor appointed in pursuance of this
act, aud requiring a list or lists, as aforesaid, any
frfh-e or fraud ulant list or statement, with intent to
defeat or evade tbe valuation or enumeration hereby
intendod'to be made, such per3on so offending, and
being thereof convicted on indi:tment found there
for iu any circuit or district court of tbe United
States held in the district in which such offence mty
be committed, shall be fined in a sum not exceeding
-fire hundred dollars, at tho discretion of tho court,
aiid stall psy all costs aud chargej m prosecution ;
acd the valuation and enumeration required by this
act shall, in all such cases of under valuation or un
statemcnt in such lists or statements, be mnde, as
aforesaid, upon lists, according to the form prescrib
ed, to be made out by the assessors and assistant ns
se?sors, respectively ; which lists the sail assessors
and assistant assessors are hereby authorized and
required to make according to the best information
tLey enn obtain, and for tba purpose of nuking which
tbev are hereby aathoriiod to enter into and up ,n
all "and singulir the premises, respectively: and
from the valuation and enumeration bo made there
shall be co ippeal.
(To be continued.)
75,000 Copies Sold the First 12
Llontlis of its Publication.
It is an entire New Work, of nearly 200 pages.
Many of the Tunes and Hymns were writton ex
press"y for this volume. It will soon be as popular
a its predecessor, (Bell No. I) which Las mo up to
the enormous number of 575,000 copies in 35 months,
outstripping any Sunday School Book of its'size is
sued in this country. Also, both volumes are bound
in one to accommodate schools wishing them in that
form. Prices of Bell No. 2, paper covers, 15 cents,
$12 per 100. Bound, 25 cents, $ 18 per 100. Cloth
bound embossed gilt, 30 cents, $32 per 1C0. Bell No.
1, paper covers, 12 cents, $10 per 100. Bound 20
eents, $13 per 100. Cloth bound embossed filt, 25
eents,$23 per 100. Bells Nos. 1 and 2 bound to
gether 40 cents, $30 per hundred. 25 copies fur
nished at the 100 price. Cloth bound embossed
gilt, 50 cents, 40 per 100. Mail postage free at
the retail price.
HORACE WATERS, Publisher,
nll-ly . 81 Broadway, New York.
"Currants ICurrants !
Utile left with K. W. Furnas, Browavtlle. a few
tted snd Dutch Currant for sal at $1 per den csh.
Karch M, IBM. n38-U . O. THOitPtOX.
i .. .
Is receiving, and will continue to receive daring tat
summer, one of
T a o M
New York, Philadelphia and St. Louis.
That has ever been exhibited In the Western Conn,
try, embracing al 1 tbe latest styles and novelties of the
limes.. His aiock embrace
Huts and Caps,
Hoots and Shoes
Doors and Sash,
Clitssand intty, .
Jkc, &c.f &c
Among his Dry Goods will he fonnd
Prints Ginghams Lawns. Bareges,
Brown and Bleached Muslins,
Deinees. Striped Sheeting:. Cot
touades HoMiery, Gloves,
The Latest Styles Hoop
. Sf c, &c
He has much, the Largest Stock
of QUEEN S WARE in the Upper
Ajrent for the Hannibal & St- Joseph, Bail
Baod Packet Line of Steamboats,
ilar 22, 1862. n6-tf.
Beaper and Mower
This celebrated machine i tr alt odds the BEST
GRAIN AND GRASS CUTTER IN THE WORLD.
N withstanding tbe misrepresentations of those inter
ested in other machines, C. II. JUcCorniick & Bro. man
ufactiue at tbe rate or 8,000 per year, Many changes
have been affected during the past season, and for 1862
the "McCormick" is presented with greater attractions
than ever before. As a reaper,
TI5E ECOIV03IY OF POWER
1JI THIS MACHINE, ITS
Strength, Durability, and
give It preference over all otherj New improvements
added, have nuterially lessened the direct, draught,
and so obviated the side draught that many at-sure us
that it dors not now exist. Tbe drnght of tbe Reaper
is so JUht that in numerous instances the large lour
horse machine is worked with but two horses.
The Machine of 1862 will stand any test that may be
applied. Oar Guard and Patent Cleaner effectually
prevents choking, no matter what the condition of tbe
grass, while our new divider point separates baldly
lodged and tangled clover or grass, where other ma
There is also a great advantage in our serrated sickle
edge over the smooth, as it dees not require sharpening
so often, .thus saving time. Our fickle will frequently
run through an entire harvest without once grinding,
while the smooth edge mast bo ground once each day,
if not oftner With a smoth erge the Iraught increases
as the knife becomes dull. Oir draught is uniform,
aud in tbe repeated trials during the season of I860 61,
proved far lighter than single Mowers, cutting at the
same time from twelve to eighteen inches wider.
Our Mower can be used with or without the reel , this
is Important, as without tbe reel it weighs but about
In addition to the very liberal warrantee given to
all purchasers, we would say a heretofore, that farmers
who may desire it, are at liberty to work our machine
through the harvest, with any other, and kaep and pay
for tbe one preferred.
Pauiphlets with mil 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, coiiiU iag of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Iron and Nails,
, Flour and Bacon,
Sash and Doors,
etc., etc., etc.
Which I will sell cheap for
CASH OR PRODUCE.
Call and examine my stock before purchasing
Brownville, April 24,1862, n42-6m
Aycis Ague Cure.
Legal Advertisements must, la all ciccs, be accomp.
nieu wan me casa, or they will not be inserted. Thi
rule will, hereafter, be strictly adhered to.
Pursuant to s order of the Probate Court of Ne
man county, Nebraska Territory, made on tha 27tK
dav of September, A. D. 1862, the undersigned an
Guardian of Mariah Eiisubetb Welch, Ellen Welch,
ora.u 4iaB v eiea ana John ilenry V eleh, on Sat
urday, the llth day of Jlovember, at the hour of ten
viiuva,a. uin iu ironi. oi me rostumoe in tfrown
vill,in said county.will ofer for sale the f Glluwin(
scribed lots or parcels ot land sitjiate in said county
to-wu : ine oorthwest quarter of the, northeast
quarter of section no. 15, and the northeast quarter
of the southwest quarter and the oorthwest quarter
of the southwest quarter and the southeast quarter
oi tot soutnwest quarter ot section no. lb in town
ship co. 4, of ranee co. 15, east, composing the Es
tate of William elch, deceased, and belonging in
common to the undersigned and the aforesaid wards
as heir of the aforesaid William WiL-h ; And alio
the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of
section co. Id, in township no. 4 of range 15, east'
as the property of the said Sarah Jane Welch.
Terms of Sale: One haif cash on sale and one
calf in on year, secured by mortgage on the pretn
ises. A-MUfc WJLLUU,
October I8th, 1682. nU-3w-$5.20 Guardian
PKOD TE NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that Levi Johnson, Admin
istrator of the estate of Ilenry Hoover,, deceased
has applied to the Probate Court for an extension
of time to make final settlement of said estate.
Said application will be for hearing on the 20th
day of October, 1862, at 2 o'clock sr. M
Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of
September, lb6J, C. W. WU&ELKK,
n 1 1-3 w-$2.00 Probate Judj4
Notico is hereby given that I have appointed
Monday, the 20th day of October, A. I. 18S2,
at 10 c'-lock, A. H. for hearing the final settlement
of W illiam li. rbilips, as Administrator of the es
tate of John Noyes, deseascd.
Witness my hand and official seal, this 24th day
oi September, 133;:. C-iV.WHblSL.IiK,
nll-3w-$2,00 V Probate Judge.
Notice U hereby given that Wednesday, tho 17th day
of November, A. I)., 1KG3 U tbe time et for hearing
and adjusting claims againt the estate of W. C. Xeal,
deceased, ute vf the coun y of Pwnee, Nebraska Ter
ntory. II. G. LORE, Probate Judge.
Pawnee City, Aug. 27, 1S62. nS-12w-6,C0
Alfred Opeli. ) District Court Nemaha County
vs Nebraska Territory.
Hugh Crownlee, ,
iy virtue ot an order or sale tome directed in
the above entitled cas'?, I will on Saturday, the 8th
day of November, 1S62, between the hours of 10
o clock a. m. and 4 o clock p. ni., cf said day. at tbe
door of Den a Hall ia lirownvi.le, the place where
the said court was last held, for said emaha county,
offer for sale and tell to tbe highest bidder, for cash
in hand, the following described real estate, to-wit:
north half and southwest quarter of the northeast
quartei of section number 24, in township number
4, north of range number to, east of the 6th prin
cipal meredian, in Piemaha county, Nebraska, ta
ken as the property or Hugh lirowulee to satisfy
said demand. J. W. COLibJlA, Sheriff.
Urownville, September 27. nll-5w-$S
Stephen P. Nuckolls, plaintiff", vs. The Nemaha Val
ley Bank ; Stetson L. Swan, assitmee of I T. White;
Isaac T. White and William Iloblitzell, partners as I.
T. White & Company; Benjamin R. Pegram and Samu
el FI. Riddle, partners as B. R. Pegram & Company :
Samuel . Rogers and Renjamin B. Barkalow, part
ners as Rope i a and Barkalow; William Iloblitzell;
GurdouII. Wilcox; Eluha B. Smith , William II. Hoo
ver, Agent of the County of Nemaha, Nebraska, and the
County of Nemaha, Neoraska. defendants.
Eaoh and all of tbe above named defendants will take
notice that on the 17th day of September, a. I , JS62.
he said plaintiff Stephn F. Nuckolls, filed a petition
iu tbe District Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska, on
the Chancery side thereof, wherein they are made par
ties defendants. The object and prayer of said petition
is to obtain a decree for the vale of the following des
cribed piece of land, lying in the city of Brownville, iu
said county of Nemaha, to-wit:
The eastern portion of Lot number one, n Block
number one, as laid off n I deecribe-l in the Record Piatt
of said city, beginning at tbe North K t corner of tail
Lot, ant running thenca West tweuty feet, ihence
South seventy feet, thence East twenty feet, thence
North seventy feel, to the place of beginning, and tho
building thereon situated ; and to apply the proceeds
of such sale to the payment of a judgement . brained by
the said plaintiff against the said Kemba Valley Bank
at tbe April term. a. i. 1859, of this Court. Plaintiff
also seeks to debar and fore.loee each and all of aU
defendants of all mht, title or interest they my hive
or claim in or to tbe said premises. Each of said de
fcnJants is required to answer under oath the allega
tions of said petition on or before the 3d day of Novem
ber, A. D 1So2. . E. W. THOMAS,
II. II. ATKINSON.
nHMw-$9,S5 Attorneys tor laintiff.
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UIIEUE DID YOU GET THOSE
J. BERRY & C0'S.f
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J. BERRY & CO.,
Have just received, and ar now openlmr, at their
stand on Hain street, one of the Iargttfct stocks of
ever offered in this market. Kemember tho place,
J. BERRY & CO'S.,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
LETT, STFJCKLEB & Co.
' 3IAI. STREET,
BROWNVILLE. N. T.
We are now receiving and opening a complete assort
ment of Merchandise, confuting
- OF DRY GOODS:
Apron Check, Hickory,
J eans, Berages, Linen.
All Wool Delaines,
Fancy and Plain Silk.
Lawnes aten Vestinrs.
Candles, B. C. Soda,
VYcite ana lirown buar,
Sack, Barrel and Dairy Salt,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
Hand Saw and Mill Files,
&c, &c, &c, &c, &c. kc
Cups and Saucers,
Plates and Platters,
' Dishes and Tumblers.
Coal Oill Lamps,
Wicks, &c, &c.
OF BOOTS & SHOES :
Kip, Calf, Buff and Kid,
Gaiters, Calf Shoes,
Oxford Ties, Misses Shoes,
Slippers, Men's Calf,
Men's Brogans, Copper Toe,
Kip and Course Boots, &c.,Tc.
OF HATS & CAPs :
Of Farming Utensils:
Hoes. &c, &c. S:c.
Clear and 2nd rate
Pine Flooring, Siding,
Boards 1, 1 1-2 and
2 Inches Thick, .
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
All Sizes Sash,
All Sizs Doors,
All Sizes Blinds,
We call the attention rf the public to onr itock. aa
our CASH TEEMS enable ua to sell low.
Thankful for past patronage, we solicit a continuance
of tbe came.
LETT, STRICKLER & CO.
Brownville. July 3I, 1S62. n52-tf.
DISPEPSIA AND FITS.
A sure Cure for these distrestine complaints Is now
made known iu a "Treatise 05 Foreig.v akd Na
tive IIerbal Preparations " pubilsbed by Dll,
O. PHELPS HEOWJJ. The precnptioD, fur-
nished by ayounit clairvoyant girl, while in a Mate of
trance, has cured everybody who has taken it, never
h.a-tug failed in a simile case. It is equally sure in
cases of Fits as of Dy!-pemia ; and the icgredient may
be found in any drug store. Tboe who arc afflicted with
Consumption, Bronchitis or Asthma, may also be cured
by the use of my Herbal Preparations. 1 will send
this valunble'prcacriptioii free to any rersn on receipt
of their name. Address, UB. O. PHELPS BROWN,
No. 19 Grand street, Jersey City, N. i. u47-6tn
GREAT IMPKOVEMENTS IN
Patented February 14th, 1360
Salesroom, 510 Broadway,
This Jfachine is constructed on an entirely new
principle of machinery, poising many rare and val
uable improvements, having been examined by the
most profound experts, and pronounced to be tSIii-
'LIViTY and f bUriXTlO.N UUMUIMil).
The followinjrare the principal objection urzed
against dewing .Machines.
Kxcessivo fatigue to ' 4. Incapacity to sew
2. Liability to get out of
5. DisHgreeable noire
while in oporation.
3. Expense, trouble and
loss of time in repair
ing. The Empire Sewing Machine is Exempt
iron all thete objections.
it bus straight needle perpendicular nction
mnke the LOCK or SHUTTLE STICiT, which will
MuTIIfcu III" ncr KAVEL, and is aliV. on both
sides; performs perfect scwine on every description
of material, fromLeatber to the finest Nansook Mur-
lia, with cotton. linen or silk threadirora the co-
scst to the Cnast number.
Having neither CAM nor COG WHEEL, and the
the least possitla friction, it ram at smoothly as
glass, and is
Emphatically a Noiseless Machine!
It requires twenty-five per cent, less power te
drive it than any other Machine in market. A girl
of twelve years of njje can work it steadily, without
fatigue or irjary to health.
Its strength and WONDERFUL SIMPLICITY of
construction render it almots impositia to get it out
of order, and is GUARANTEED by the company to
give entire satisfaction. .
We respectfully invite all those wbo may desire to
supply themselves with a superior article, to call and
examine this UNRIVALLED MACHINE.
ISut in a more special ananser do- wa solicit the
Shirt and Bosom Makers,
Vest and Pantaloon Makers
X5TReligious ind Charitable Institutions will be
libemay dealt with.
Price of Machines, Complete:
No. I. or Family Machine, $45,03 ; No. 2 Snail
sited Man ufac taring, $60,09; No. 3 Large siaed
Cabinets in Every Variety.
We want Agents tor all towns in tho United
States, wbor agencies are not already established,
to w hom a liberal discount will be given, bat we
make to consignments.
T. J. LIcARTIlUlt Co.,
01 nronclw-ay, Xexv Tori;.
Ar, rru -r m n
iiers Cnerry Pectoral
FOR FALL TRADE.
. JOHN C. DUESER,
2IAJN STREET, BROWJiVILLJ X.T.,
Takes pleasure m announcing that he ba now oohaad.
a large and select Hoc It of every article in L. Hue,
Of all the Improved patterns, t!v. Plymouth RocV
Chartar Jai, Valley Forge, leva.ed Oven.
&.C., &e., kc.,
HEATUTG ST0VT3, ,
Box and ParioT Stoves of an endless mrtv. mti of
which are entirely nw desiens, vis i Co jjblaeJ
Cook end Parlor Stovei. aotSBthiBC
very nice fur small faoiiu.
I CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION OP
FAHMER3 TO 1IY
HEAVY SEEHT IRON,
for Sugar Boiltrt, tci .
LARGE CAST IROX KETTLE.?.
A VARIETY OF CHEAP
LARD AND COAL OIL LAMPS
Crass, Copper, and sheet Iron warej
Lanierns, Shove la and Japuined
Ware, ft a., &.c.
SELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS!
OF the latest and most improved Styles, cheap
I am prepared to put np guttering and apoutln?, and
all other work of my line at the shortest notice, aud la
a workmanlike manner, which I warraLt to give tails
BREITHEYER & E0BIS0I7,
ftJBOOTS AND SHOES.gl
TAI!f, BtTWIIS riBST AKD SXCOKO ITS.,
BROWNVILLE, S. T.
Ilavinjr recently purchaeed th Shoe Shop formerly
owned by Wm. T. Den, we now offer our work at ire.U-
ly leuueed prices. We manufacture all thatweoffer
for sale. OAll work wsrranteJ.
Brownville, Sept. 57, ISSi. . nll-Iy
Buee Stoiie Mills,
(FOR FARMERS AND MILLERS,)
TOOK TEN FIRST PREMIUMS at Wstebc
State Fairs last year, and are justly considered
superior to all others. The mill mny bo driven by
hone, tca'tr, cr it earn potrer, does its Work as well as
tbe fi.it stone milU in milling establishments, and
requires but one-half the vower to drive the largest
siz"S. They are rry eorops.pt, perfoctly simple, and
for farm use will lait TUIIiTi YEAli3,and COaT
yomixo for repaira.
1'2ICES-5IC0. $140. 5170.
Floor L'olt for s molest Mill extra. .
THE HOUSE rOTTEK
TIss proved itself to be tho best e?er inreatd.
The friction is reduced by IKON HALLS, so arranged
n all tha bearing., th.it tho whole weight cf th
castings runs upon them. ILIKL ruU.iUs
JUAUGHT, at the e nd of a ten feet lever, will keep
the power in motion! thm permitting tho entus
sthkn'gth of the horse to be u?ed cn the toachine to
be driven. Onk HokSB will da as much work on
this poer,ns Two on the endless Chain Powor. IT
IS PORTABLE, and miy ba uswl it the Firr!) at
will as in the house. Mora than TWENTV-i lvfi
ER BENT of horse flesh is saved over a.vy crura
now is Use. It is gimplo in construction, and not
liable to get out of Older.
Priced power fur 1 to 4 horses.. ...... 5123
Price of power fjr 1 to 4 horses 17
The $125 Power will driva any Thrcshin? Machine.
Every Machine ii guaranteed to givo satisfaction, or
the money will be rclunlcu.
B.F. GiiTTix, Manhattan. Kaa. -
Osnts. With two hones on your Anti-friction
Power, we drive your No. 1 Mill, grinding 15 PrsH-
kls of corn peb norB, ami cut a lare quantity of
bay at the same time. I havo never seea a tower
that runs with so little motion, a ad consequent!
with f o htUe strain, upon the hordes.
. r. COOPER,
Supt. 13th 4 15th St. Pasa. li. li. Co.
CLOSTiit,N. J.. Jan. 2?. 13-52.
Jlrssr.s. Hennet Hkothek3. Cet3. I am vrrr
much ple:id with th Power. It runs easier tba-
any other Power in this vicinity ; and with the sam
hordes will do nearly, or quife twK-i as much work.
run my Thresher at l.otf') rev!utions per minute.
and a 21 inch Cross-cut Saw, at I 2t 0 revolutions.
Youn trolv. PET Eft J. W11ITS.
t()N ALL ORDERS DECEIVED PEFOUG
Oi;T. 1st., 1802, THE FREIGHT WILL JiE PRE-
A1L) TO CHICAGO. OR ANY OTHER PORT
ON LAKE MICIIIUAN.
t37"I.iheral discount tc dealers. Ajrentj wanted.
Siat, County,and Shop Rights for Mle.
Fr further information sn.lftacip f.r inn?traUd
Circular! to LENNET BROTHERS,
42 and 41 Urecno-St., New-Ycrk.
An just 9th, 1 Sill, n4-Sm
WHO SELLS THE CHEAPEST
GOODS IN BROWNVILLE?
D E N
SELLS THE CHEAPEST GOODS
WHERE IS IT THAT YOU PUR
CHASE THOSE FANCY
WHERE DO YOU BUY YOtfiV
SELLS THE CHEAPEST BOOTS
AND SHOES IN THE WEST.
ALSO THE FINEST HATS
KEEPS ON HAND.
D E N ' S
IS THE PLACE TO TRADE HE
TAKES YOUR PRODUCE, AND
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICEFOR HIDES, --
DON'T FORGET THAT
Sells the BEST and CHE APE
LI Q U OR
i m fact DE:; sella ITvciytLIii-'tiat;
i uscrui.chsap-aud coco.
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