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T. U. FISHER. EDITOR."
BROWNVILLE, SATURDAY-, SOV. . 1552. -
A few months ago. Democratic joar
cals", almost 'universally, were leaping
unmeasured censure 'upon the' rarious
.Republican Legislatures for neglecung
to extend the right of suffrage to the. vol
unteers in the army. They argued that
a large majority of the eo7dierswere
democrats, and that, the privilege of vot
ing as. withheld 'from them' an that ac
count. Eat since the election, when it
fP lAUiVU fcsVAw U'U t. w -
diers that are allowed to. vote, by the
laws cf 'the States from whirh they vol
unteered, have voted the Republican
ticket., they suddenly discover, that it is
very improper for volun'eers tovote
that, when they leavo jheir professions,
their'workshops and their farms, to fight
their country's battles, they no longer
have any right to say who shall represent
them , in Congress. They immediately
become . too ignorant to "understand ihe
ittves." It depends very much whose ox
The Next Consrcs.
States. Adminis- Oppos- Doubt-
tration. lion. fuL
Maine, 4 1 . :
Massachusetts, 9 , 1
New York, 14 17
New Jersey 1 4. .
Penrrylvauia. 12 12
Delaware - 1 '
Ohio, 5 14
Indiana, 4 . 7
Illinois, 5 9
Michigan, 4 1
Iowa, G " . . "
Wisconsin 3 2.1
Missouri, 4 14
Kansas, 1 .' ;
Total, so far, 75 69 .7
This table includes several members
among the opposition whose election is
doubtful. We have not seen any Dem
ocratic papers that claim a Democratic
majority; but by counting such men as
Gen- I-nn and Sleeper, of Boston, and
stveral moderate Republicans, they claim
a Conservative, majority, with' what thy
expect to elect in Kentucky, Virginia and
Maryland. Four of the - New England
States are yet to hold their elections, and
ill certainly elect a large majority cf
Republicans. ' ,
Letters rrom the Nebraska First.
Camp wear Patterson. Mo., h
November 7th, 1S62. .
Mil Editor: The present indications
are that the First Nebraska will dwell in
the wilderness in tents during the coin
in winter. as we are among the moun
tains of "Hepsidam" even now, where
the wind waileth. and the cold i chilling.
On the 2Gih of October we broke up
camp near Sulphur-Springs, and escorted
the 1st Division supply train, and the
trains of 11th Wisconsin and 33d Illinois
Regiments by'land via. Potosi and Cale
donia to Ironton, about 80 miles. A1
the other Regiments'composing the Di
vision carne by rail to Pilot Knob, and
the duty of escorting the trains and
marching was'assigned to cur sir all, but
wiry and dauntless regiment. " We re
mained in camp near Ironton until after
master day, which was the 31 at, when
we pulled up stakes again and marched
.to this point, where we will stay, we
know not how long.
We have heard that General Thayer
has been ordered to report to General
Grant, to take command of a Brigade
under General Lew. Wallace, and if so.
we may possibly be ordered back to Ten
nessee, as Generals Wallace and Thayer
want us in their commands. Generals
Steel and Curtis, however, may not let us
go, for they seem to place a great deal
cf confidence in the Regiment, notwith
standing its sniallness. Gen. Steele iays
it is small but good, and Curtis has the
fame opinion, it seems, for he will not
allow us to be stationary long at a place.
The Regiment grows weaker by degrees
and beautifully less, and doubiless will
be kept in active service until its num
ber becomes so small, that consolida
tion with some other Regiment will ulti
mately follow. We have lost all hope
of getting recruits from, the .Territory,
and if consolidation should take place,
we should lose the name of Nebraska,
and thelaurels the Regiment has gained
for theTerritory whoirfd be placed to the
name'of the State whose name we shall
I learn that already the' Battalion! of
cavalry which the Territory furnished for
thrcs years, has lost all its former iden
tity, and donned the uame . of the 5th
Iowa cavalry, and not many mouths may
elapse until the famous Nebraska First
tray be known only as the Twenty
faraethijigMis.sourf.Towa, or what not.
Perhaps the nine 'months Cavalry Regi
ment ntw raising or already raised, may
wia as much fame- for Nebraska as ours
n; but if it does'Jt must bid farewell
to her borders. andcome to the scene ol
strife, away in the 'Sunny 001 V far
there the bloody fields will be, there
the war roust end. r 'J 1 .
. Since leaving the malarious region of
Helena.the health'of the Regiment ha8
improved, but the sivering chills and iheir
comrade, fever, hover over instill, and
ever and ancn the limbs"6F some stout
fellow shiver, and bis teeth chatter a
dulcet sound of harmony and bliss." The
chill winds 'of autumn wail around the
hills,'theky i .-overspread with- clouds
laden with snow, the evenicg, cold and
gray, draws on apace, the bugle signal
says 'tis "dress parade," and the writer
here must close. - G. II. T.
Camp yrin Yxttztj-os, Mo., 125 mile?)
eoulb cf St. Loula, Xov. t'th, 1SC2. ).,.
Friend Fisiixr : It has been several
weeks since I have written to you, but
I hope you will excuse my negleti. Our
location at Helena proved to be a very
sickly one. Robert Hester and Daniel
Walker, of our company, died of disease,
and we sent eight men sick to the Gen
erral Hospital, and one of them, Alf.- B.
Ralston, fell'dT the steamer and was
drowned. On the Cth of, October we
left Helena,: Arkansas and in -due time
landed at Sulphur Springs, Mo.,' 22 miles
south of St. Louis, Two weeks ago, we
left Sulphur Springs and marched to this
place. We arrived here the 4th iust.
How long we will stay here, or where
we will march next, I know not. There
has been a great change among the offic
ers of the regiment since we left Omaha.
Of the 32 Captains and Lieutenants that
we had then, all but 8 have either resign
ed, been transferred, or been promoted.
Col. Thayer has boen promoted, which
will cause a still greater change. Capt.
Majors is now the ranking Captain,
with a good prospect of being Major.
He is very popular with both olikers and
soldiers. 1st Lieut. GritTiu is. also very
popular. He is a young man of talent,
a iid will make Li 5 mark in thia world.
Of the" 2d Lieut, it dues net become ine
to speak. Steve Buckley is our Orderly
Sergeant. Of course Steve is popular;
he con'.d not be otherwise.
Are the men of Nebraska going to ill
up pur regiment? Do they prefer the
Missouri Siate Militia, Home Guards,
&c. ? If they do, let them "go ahead."
It is true we make but a small show on
parade, but then we can point with pride
to our thinned ranks, and say: Disease
and Battle have done tLi, and while they
are marching after their blank banners,
we are entitled to inscribe on curs, in
letters of gold, the words "Donelsou,"
The heart of every man in Nebraska
ought to swell with pride when he thinks
of the days when the' Nebraska 1st bore
the flag of ihe Territory in triumph over
the bloody fields of Tennessee; and it is
a berrning shame that they will leave us
with decimated ranks, and join "Home
Guards," "Militia," cc. ! I wish the men
of Nebraska could know with whatvsu-
prcme contempt the soldiers of the army
generally look upon "State -Militia."
"Home Guards," and all the kindred
tribe of organizations which keep men
from joining the regiments that are now
in the field. W. A. P.
; Letter from Nebraska Cavalry.
. Headquarters, Co. "C." )
Florence. N. T., Nov. 10th, 1862.
Friend Fisher: I herewith transmit
a copy of muster roir of Company "C,"
2nd Nebraska Cavalry, recruited by
Lieut. II. M. Atkinson. We have been
very busy since our arrival here,, or 1
would hare complied with rny promise to
send you a copy of - our muster roll at an
earlier period, but it will perhaps be ac
ccptaole even at ihs eleventh hour.
Our company lelt Brownville, as you
are aware, on Monday aftei noon the 27th
of October, arriving at Peru we camped
for the night, and partook of a soldier's
supper. Left Peru on Tuesday morning
at six o'clock, and marched to a point dis
tant north from Nebraska City some
eighteen miles where we again camped
for the night. We had traveled all day
without eating since breakfast, and ycu
imagine we were a hungry set of joldifrs
83 we did not get our suppers until n:n
o'olock, baring traveled after dark. Th s
was what I call a forced inarch.
On the following day (Wednesday)
we arrive J at the Platte Valley frry ui
about ten oVlock, where we were detain'
eJ crossing' an unreasonable length of
time. "At" four o lock "our forces had all
crossed, and were on the inarch, as we
desired to get. as near Omaha as possible
that night. We traveled thnt evening
until-nine o'clock, and camped near our
place of destination. On Thursday morn
ing wa marched into Ornaha. and. pars
ing through to wn, halted on Capitol Hill,
where we were arranged in platoons of
sixteen. abreast; and. mustered into the
service of the United States, by Lieut.
McKay, for nine months, as company
C" in the regiment. Our company is
now. quartered, at Florence', in a, large
store-house,, and the bjys fe em to be very
well saisfied with their siti ation al:houih
they are much' inl need of comfortable
clothing: However, their wants will soon
be supplied, asGov.wSannders has "gone
east 40- ma'ie arrangements to1, have, the
CoVeVnment--fi;Vniib; dothfng and blan
kets ; Scne of the Boys 'have been sup
plied with shirts, tocks, by our gentle-
manly..anl accommodating sutler, E. P.
Brewster, EKj. V
TAere are -four companies mustered
into the service already, an J there s:on
will be four'or five rn.)re. Hon. George
Armstrong has been appointed 1st Major
of the7 regiment, a3 you are doubtless
aware. His appointment is certainly a
good one, and the Governor deserves
credit for exercising sacb good -judgement
in the selection of our 1st Major, as few
cienrare more "capable and deserving of
such appointment thin Slaj'. Armstrong
Lieut. Atkinson has been apoinied Act
ing Adjutant "of the regiment, and has his
headquaaters at Omaha.
Capt. Bedford an J Lieut. Coleman are
untiring in their attention to the boys of
company C," and bid fair to make very
Lieut. Coleman is how,' I suppose, at
heme on furlough, with a number of oth
ers of our company, among whom is Ser
geant Berger. Sergeant Minick is very
attentive to his duties and is composed
of the material for a 'first rate officer. I
can well say the same of Sergeants Ber
ger. Crew, Raper, Denman, and others
too numerous to mention.
Have not time to write mere at present.
V Yours truly, r- , a Private.
The Delaware Grafe. Mr.' John
E. Mottier, a well known grape grower
of Cincinnati, in an article' in the Ohio
Valley Farmer, thus speaks of this grape:
"It is the best hardy grape we have,
either for wine or table use, growing
stronger, ripening two or three weeks
earlier than, the Catawba, the berries
hanging longer on the vines after they
are ripe, and the leaves remaining on
the vine longer than is the ca?e with
other varieties. This last season was
unfavorable for the grape crop, as there
was too muchi rain. My Dtlawares did
well, being the cn!y kii.d not aflVct'ed I y
the mildew and ret, I lost nearly1 one
half of my Catawba crop ; while the Cape,
Herbemont, Isabella, Ui.ion Village, and
o her varieties, all suffered badly. I
think the Delaware, though the btrry is
iinnller than the Catawba, will turn out
as much wine to the acre and of a supe
rior qualry. I am fully of the opinion,
that it is the best of all our hardy grapes,
either for wine or the table."
Wlierc will t!ie Negroes go?
The elections over, we may possibly
gain the attention of thousands wi.owei e
Tightened by the-clamor of "nigger iu
vaiUti," while we slate a few t'acis so
piam that the wayfaring, man though a
tool need not err therein.
What do the negroes of the South run
away from ? Slavery.
What do they hope to gain by coming
into Illinois? Freedom.
If then you give freedom to the negro
where he is, and convince him that, he
will not again be reduced to slaveryrbj
will hatfe nothing tQ gain by coming tp
Illinois, will he? No.
What climate does the negro prefer?
What parts of the world's surface does
he naturally seek to find the condition
I beat adapted to his physical organization?
What productions are the negroes on
f ihis continent most skilled in culuatiu: ?
Cotton, rice, sugar and tobacco.
In what States are these staples prin
cipally raised ? The seceding States of
If, then, slavery were abolished all
over the Union, and the negroes allowed
to choose the places where they would
live, where would they be likely to fix
their homes ? In the Gulf Siates.
Is it for - the interest of the whole
country that the production of cotton,
nee, sugar and tobacco should be conti
nued in the United States ? It is.
,Are there white laborers enough in
the country to produce the requisite
crops of cotton, rice, sugar and tobacco,
beside carrying on the agricultural and
manufacturing pursuits of the North ?
Could the white laborers of the North
be induced to abandon their homes and
their remunerative employment here to
try the experiment? Certainly not.
Could they, ia any event, produce
those necessary staples as cheaply as the
nrgroes, who are accustomed to the
Must iLe negroes live somewhere?-
Will not the negroes ontinurj to run
away from the South, and '-invade the
Nrth," so loag as kLyery continues ?
Here is an argument which ninety
nine Northern men in every hundred
will pronounce unanswerable in favor f
inancipatii g the s-lave and t ui lyin
them where they are, in cultivating the
cttofi, rice, rice, s iffar and tobacco of
the SoU'i. How -else can you stop the
"iiigsier invasion ?" So long as sd.ivery
continues, so long will they brave Lun
ger, thirtt, whips, bloodhounds and fugi
tive avej-iwa to secure freedom. When
you bring freedom to their door;; they
will not, seek it elsewhere. Chicago
Cards. Five or six years ago when
times were flush pjker playing existed
to an alarming extent, here in Brown
r.lle, as well as at other towns on the
river, but as money becama more and
more scarce, this immoral practice was
less indulged in, and was finally almost
entirely discontinued. Within the last
few days, however, handling and shuf
fling cards has been resumed to an ex
tent never before known. All classes of
citizens participate in it; even ministers
of the gospel, and devout christians, are
not ashamed to carry them in their pock
ets. ' So great is the demand that Messrs.
.Hill, Berry U Ca, -Brown & Strickler,
DenPonn, Thurman & Son, and J, W.
?i' ' 'leton, have all procured a large sup
ply which they will furnish the public by
wholesale or retail.
V Fortress ROE. NOV.
: Tfct U. S. mail steamer Collins arriv
ed at Fortress Monroe this morning!'
from Beaufort N. C. ' ;
-The iNewbern Progress says lhat Maj.
General Foster arrived 'there again on'
Wednesday, fopking none the worse lor
"Nxw. jlork ior. li.
x A Harper's Ferry .letter of Sunday
says Jackson's main force is at Stevenson
Station, fif teen miles this side cf Win
chester.. 4i is: variously stated at' 40,000
to 70,000, Jrau cot ...likely -to exceed
40.000; : v, -
Jacftson Teter left the valley, but mov
ed down the wesi side of the Blue Ridge
while our army'advanced along the east,
skirmishing at the Gaps with .our ad
vance, 'but never ' offering serious battle.
When it became known that our army
had no- intention To "enter, the. valley,
Jackson retraced his steps His'advance
extends as far as Bath, two miles from
Hancock. Hu cavalry occupy Martins
burg, ijackson headquarters are- at
A special from Wrarrenton says Barn
side has submitted his plan of the cam
paign 'to the authorities at Washington.
As soon as a 1 espouse is received lrom
thtm the ai my wili move.
A Washington dispatch says, it is un
derstood that the question about the deb
siruction of the Blanche in Cuban waters
has 'been, referred to Madrid, and that
Admiral' Farragut has been directed to
investigate Commander Hunter's action.
It is said the Spanish Minister regarded
Hunter's course as so flagrant a violation
of international law, that he was some
what indignant at Secretary Seward for
postponing a satisfactory settlement, in
stead of ordering the Commander home,
and, unless the lacts proed essentially
different from the Spanish version, of
making reparation at once.
Th Tribune has the following editori
ally : ! ' .
vWe are informed that clandestine
negotiations have been opened between
certain Democratic leaders in this ci.y
and the head traitors at Richmond, loot -
in" to a recunsiructiou on the following
The States now in rebellion are to
elect members of the present Congress,
who are to present ihemselves at Wash
ujglun, and claim seats in Congress on or
betore the first day of January next.
Sev'oii 1 lhe Houe, bti.ig so filled,
will at once hac a conjoint conservative
and rebel majoiiiy, who will proceed to
notify the President that the rebellion is
substantially endtd ; that the rebel States
are all dulyrepresented in the House;
that consequently his proclamation of
freedom it null and vuid, and that they
are fully under thia protection of the Cju
stitutiou. ''Ihird Congress, thus reconstructed,
is to proceed forthwith to repeal ail acts
bearing hard upon the traitors of the la.-t
two yrars, aud to pass such others as
may be uecessary to secure perfect im
munity aud impunity to them.
Fourth A convention of the States
is to be called wherever the united con
servative .Democratic and rebel strength
is enough ro be overwhelming, -in-i -M to
fee pteCfged beforehand to make whatever
changes 111 the Constitution the slavehold
ing iuterests may deem essential to their
owu future security and permanent well
''lhese are in substance the conditions
forwaided from this city to Richmond by
the first euvoy, but we do not learn that
they were accepted. On the contrary,
we understand ttiey were not. the rebel
chiefs still insisting on d sunion as the
basis of peace; thus absolutely closing
the door against further negotiations, and
according to our informant, a second em
bassy from our conservatives is now in
Richmond or well on its way thither.
Hence we may expect to hear further
within a few days."
Headquarters Army or ruz Poto
mac, Warranto, Nov. 15. This morn
ing the 2d army corps. Gen. Sumner,
moved on t!e front. They are probably
destined for Fredericksburg, but may go
to Culpepper Court House first, or at
least near that point.
The other commands will move as rap
idly as possible. Headquarters will move
to-morrow. C&lonel Inglass, Chief Quar
termaster, has gone to Washington for
the purpose of hastening the work of es
tablishing communication via Acqua
Creek. Other Ruartermasters haveg ne
on the same business, and we shall toon
have the old line of communication open.
The bridges over the Potomac creek
an 1 Rappahannock are being rebuilt, and
this road beyoud Warrenton Junction
abandoned. In fact, I do not think it is
designed to hold this place after the main
body of the army leaves.
Chas. A. Dana, late editor of the New
York Tribune, has been appointed Assis
tant 'Secratary of War, in plaoeof Mr.
The Tiifif1' VVaington dispatch says,
up .o iiine o'clock this evening iutlligence
at Headquarters of the Army is to this
tflVct: Ail isqiiet along the fro'it; rum rs
prevail of au engagement between our
rear column and ttie enemy, but dilirfnt
inquiry fails to corrobjrate the repjrts
which are belived to be groundless.
We extract th-i following items with
regard to Nebraska towns, from a leader
in the Denver Republican :
'It seems to us that the towns and
cities on the banks of the Missouri
Ilivcr are not sufficiently alive to their
own. interests.', or they would, exert
themselves to brini: about mere favor
able results,. in.. a business point of
view. After the extensive emigration
and building up of those towns du
ring , the years 1S55-57, and their
gradual decadence (luring the year
'58 and '59,, nothing has arisen either
in the political or commercial world to
save them from the inevitable fate
which usually falls to towns without a
permanent sonrce of commercial rev
enue, except the sudden springing up
of the Colorado trade in the fill of
'o9and its constant steady increase of
the present. What would be the fate
of the river towns if they were shorn
of our trade, is a question which the
merest tyro in political economy could
answer.,- Then other questions 3rise
which j?ach one of these tot3 should
ask themselves. Do;weget cr share
of the Colorado trailevin cbmpV-vlth
our , neighbors north and sou ?
Should we make know the fact t'ahe
people, of Colorado that we wish toej
their custom?- TJrownville, PIattv
mouth. Atchison. Leavenworth, &c.,
have thair advantages, DUt might eaCU
otthem much : increase jheirJmsiness
hv flflVPrtlSintr.-- r .
by adyertising..-- r
The first point that judiciously calls
the attentiontof;the Colorado people to
their'basiriesV Iioases', wilf have ' the
advantage over their slower and more
dilatory rieiglil)oriV by'that inean 'se
curing the trade of Colorado, which is
bound to become, a much larger item
than-at present the east ha3 any con
Of Company M C,n Seeond -JTebrnila Givalry, mut
tend Iff Lieutenant II. Af. Atkinton.
'- - r 0PFI0ER3.
T.W."Bif6ra. Cap tain, " -
J. W. Coleman, 1st Lieutenant,
II. M: Atkia)D.51 Lieutenant,
' J. B. iVger, 1st Sergeant,
W.'JJl Itiper.Qr. Muter Sergeant,
George Cr?w, Cominij-arT Strgeant,
- Hiram 0. Minick, '1st uxxtj tergeani,
E. E.Cunninxhaia. 21
W. U. Metcalf,
, JKY. G.Swan,
T. C. Deoinan,
E. O. SioeiiJ,
It. S. Hanaford, 34
. Levi N. Hrown, ; 4th
li. L. Coleman, -' 5th
V. G. Swan, . 6th
J.J. L. HarkenJorfT, 7th
Peter Curert, ' 8th
miTATES. ' ..
Lee Thorn n C
JIuhew J J
JUason G Y
Jtci'aalin J FO
Mdninch B F
Jlore Alfre.1 B
'Xeelv G.-orre W
l'rice M- ei
A mick Gideon
H;akelj F '
Bean J M
But er Dirid
(am. beil Darid
Colrmnn X A
Cock W A C
Comb M J
Cbfft-e I) V
Fnresn B F
liib"n J C
l!al u E l w ft-J
11 rri-on W FI
II iriu C II
II j Hirnia
llurgesheimnr C A
Johnson ll inur
lobnion O .M.
J ines Wiliiam
Kenned j AlTiO II'
Knt W X
Kern ner John
lL1r.1l n Michael
lieitl Sjjith V
Kedft-rn U B
S"d -r John
Stewart A S
Sreuart Ir nn
Swet-m E I vrard
Tinddl ICbeit X
Tinn'jr ItirJi 1-1
Tuekvr C uLtopher
Wellj O P
Zok Adam C
Silas A. Strickland, formerly of Belle
vievr, in th'3 Territory, has recently been
appointed Colonel, by Gov. Todd, of the
50th Ohio Regiment. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cincinnati Tines :
4kGov. Todd has promptly rewarded
the bravery of CpJU, Strickland." sIIe
yesterday received big-commission' aa
Colonel, the document dating from the
16th inst.. the day on which Col. Tay
lor was permitted to retire from the
service. The eagles, in this instance,
have been fairly won in three hardly
contested fields. The announcement
of the promotion wa3 followed by a
general jubilee throughout the regi
ment. Such promptness on the part
of the Governor is an incentive to
courage. When cowards are cashiered
and brave men promoted in a day, we
will experience little difficulty in the
future in keeping up a well organized
army. Col. Strickland takes command
of the 34th brigade this morning, in
obedience to a general order. He is
the junior Col., but 13 placed over hU
competitors under the law empowering
commanders to promote men in the
same rank'according to merit, and not
Arrival or the Bqownville Company-.
Just as we go to press, (1.15 P.
M.) the second company oarjanized at
Brownville is passing up iTarham street,
under escort of company A., and prece
ded by the Brownville Brass Band. We
notice that their fla bears the inscription
'Paddock Guards." The company
makes a good appearance, and will take
rank vvith the best in the regiment.
The Nebraska City company left for
Omaha this morning. Omaha Rep. of
Benjamin F. HarJing, of Salem, has
been electtd U. S Senator from Ore
gon to fill the vacancy occasioned by
ihe death of Col. Baker. Mr. Harding
is a Union Democrat.
To Consumptives. ,
THE ADVERTISKR, UAV1NO BEES RKSTOItFD
to health in a few weeks by a very Mmple remely, af
ter having nuffe; ed ceverat year with a severe Iuiir
affecti 'D. and that dread diett, Consumptioit is anx
ousio make known to ui XeMow-bufferers the ueans
To all who desire It, be wilt nd a copy of the pre
scriptioii used (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing aud using the fame, which they will And a
sure Cube for Cokstjmptiow, Asthma, Bronchit
is, &r. The only object of the advertiser in sending the
Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread infor
mation which be conceive to be invaluable, and be
hopes eveiy 'fufferer wili try hi remedy, as it will cost
them notbiug and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing tne prescription will ptae address
Rev. ED WARP A. WILSOS, Williamsburg,
n!6-3m. Cinzs County, Kew-Tork.
Scorbutic d.seioet are the parent stork from which
arises a lare proportion of the fatal maladies that af
flict mankind. They are a it were a species of potato
rot in the human count it ation, which undermines and
corrupt ail the source of its vitality and hastens its
decay. They are the germ from which prirg, Con
sumption, Rheaumatixm, Heart Disease, Liver Com
plaints, and Eruptive D'seaes which will be recog
niied as among those most fatal and destructive to the
races of men. So dreadful are it consequences to hu
man life, that It ia haniry possible to over estimate the
importance of an actual, rel'able remedy, that can
sweep out this Scrofulous contamination. "We know
then we shall proclaim welcome news to our readers of
one from such a quarter a will leave little doubt olita
efBcaey and still more welcome, when we tell them
that it really does accomplish the end desired. We
Ater'S SARSAFASILI.A, and it is certainly worthy the
attention of those who are afflicted with Scrofula or
Sorof ulceus complaints. RtgUttr, Albany, If. Y
I EW.ADTEETI SEMENS.
en up fcy tt nnderiie J, living three and a half
milt. e-t of Bruwuviiie, in . trruha (xuaij Neurit e,
ut trinity ef NuTeoiter, 1S62, cne tU7 noar
Puny vray, with rpistah IkbuJ on left bip. blkui ia lb
lelt Letwen tea mmI fii'.ea yeirt old.
. w. n. jcisiN-cn.
;2foTiber 22.1S8J. ' ni9-3 $1,50
In rurnance of a decretal order made by the Dii-
Met Court, in an . for Semaha county, Xtbrask-
rTit.-ry,siUirg in chancery bsariDg date Jnne4.h
T.IJ. ,t . ,MMnflAnti I nn Sltni.t it
'oney. etal.are rejpondent3,I will, onSatardiy
be iiZr n..wv,V.r IV,?. t 10.V!orV a.m.. in
front f f 's nail, in UrownTiHe, in said coon-y,
being the t wbcre ,he toM eoBrt nKi x3t helnf
offer for sale , lh, b;hc3t bidder, for cash, the fol
lowing descnD, tn-wxt: Wt half of
south eSf qaart ia gcction 22f toWn 5, north of
ra..s- ". e wi wi ."s.s;ltb, princii al tnerediam con
Hiumg e.ghty tcres,5einAhfc tcunf timka
Territyry. J. jf. BEIiFuliD, .
, . ilasUsr in ('hancery.
The puMic'are tereby "notified that tteTni'T,."f nr
reepectire tribes are not permitted to g berond the
num. vi luru AcierTB'u us. wnuoui v, e written per
atriint harboring vagrant Indiana. Due 'Mtenion to
this notice will enable n to detect the anthow r
iuism'iuoi meir Agents; ana an perwns,.-r.,,.:
rwlation and preTent the reenrrence of aEnjafcrea Qt
wbiui compiaini are ireq'ienuy male.
O. H. IHISn. Omaha Airent,
J. P. BJKEa. Otce Asent,
B. T. LCSUBACGH. Pawne Arrnt
IfoTetnber 52, 1S6I. nI3-Sv
ATTACH JIE.T .NOTICE.
John McPberwn, PUinU.T,
SimoeT 1 Wan , Dpfpn fan t. J
Berore C. W. Wheeler, Ex offlcls J. p., in and
for Nemaha county, Nebra.-ka Terrltjry.
On the 15tU day of October,-1362, gsid Jutl. e "ind
an order of attachment in the afe cin, t r lhe sim
t f.rty dollam. - J01IX J4cfL:RSOX.
- Norember ild, 1852. . l19-3w$2
By authority and direction of the CommisM ner of
the General Land Office, we will o2er at Public SaTe,
to the h?het bid 'er, at Land Office in BrownriPn.
on the lOrh of January, 1S62, the following described
The s juth west qnarter aection 13, township 1, range
Thi tract f lanl can only be 'd for cah.
AHo, onth at qnarter ..f noutb eat quarter, aec
tion 11, town 4, range It. eat.
Wet half tooth wet quarter section It, town I, range
North east quarter aect'ton 7. town 2 ranee 15. east.
North wet quarter ecti ,n S. t wt 1, ranue 15. ea-t.
Sonth wet quarter hectiou 22. towu 3. ranre 15. eft.
N -rth eat quarter of north weat quarter eeciiiun ,
town 5. range 10, ea-t
San b west quarter of s--ntb eat quarter, and aonth
et qnarter of south west quarter, section 31, town 6.
The above tjnd were ene-ed preTirns tn the lazd
sale and the enterieshave sinr. h.-n rn"rlM.
Rlf"HAKI EAEEETT, Rt-gisier.
S. R. Jamison, Re eirer.
EST II AY NOTICE.
Tken rp by tie undert-iened. livln? two mU et
or Gfn R k. In Niitba C'-nny, Nrbra-ka. tn the 1-t
diy i f n.ligr, 18 i2, one luht rnn OMcr. rrerear
ol Mat cprini GEORtlK EEANK.
Bivwuviile, November 8th, 16J H7 3w.
DISSOLUTION' or COPAKTAERsri'lP.
The c prtnrship heretofore exi-tine nner D p nmr
yle of Fisher & Uuker, i ibU uy UissoiveU by
n'nfn.tl nnf .
The Advertiser and Farmer win he-eift r b prh
lihe bf T. It. Kisher. Tae bntnen of the fi-in will
beiet:lel ly Ur. Fiaher, to h m a'! tef t due the
ufflf ni'lot tepiil. . T R FISIIKR
TU&O. C. UaCER.
Brownrille. Njt. 8th, 1352.
The Propriftors ojihe RepuUican, desirovs
to txtetd their circulation, offer the lulIowinglaTor
able tTtns Ui Fubtt-riberi fc the
llaily, ITeckly and Trl-TTcclilj.
Dally, (in advance) fjn 03
Tri-weflkly. (in advance 1 ' 6 00
jSnndny Jfiej il-liL-an -..-r ....... v g(
- TO CL tms A T TIIE FOLIO WISH RA TES
Five copie cf the Tri-weekly snt for-.
Three cojii Weekly one year
. 5 00
- IS Ct)
- 27 3J
.. 40' 00
- 5a on
tt M M
u m tt
a tt it
t"Money in all ca?e s t aecomptny the aub
xriptitni I5AI1 sul ssKbors under tiese terms will he dis
continued irt toe end of the year, unless previously
renewed and paid. All subscriber?, by paying up
arrearage?, can come in under thee ternu.
STIC AY ED OR STOLE.
A bay mare, three years old, nlx ut fourteen and a
half hands high, has a blaze n Ihe face, lie bind foot
white. H ts a brand on left shoulder, which is difficult
to describe. Any one returning the mare to the resi
dence 0' the undersicned, near Nemaha City, or piving
information that wiiiledto Ler recovery will te lio
eralty rewarded. JOHN SrRAIV
October 23 h, 1SC8 n!5 tf
Notice Is berehv given that I. J. H. Bnrbank.
ror, have divided the district of Nebraska, into the lol
lowinc FUt-Uisi. n ;
Dij-tri. t No. 1. Inclndes a'.l ff Dakota, Dixon, Cedar,
L'Kau qui Cou-t and Holt a untie.
No. 8. All or Wasbinrton and Burt cot uties. Assis
tant Assessor, G. W. Jenkins 5 piaee of busiuess, Tart
J o. 3. All of Sarpy and Doncla.
no. . aii or Dodge, Cummin. Sfantm, ami the
ro"ntry wt. AtMstant Assessor, E. n. Johnson;
pmce 01 onimf, rremoni.
Xo 6. Allofi .t', Jfonme. Merick, Tfill. BnfTj'o.
and ihe country wct. Assistant Assessor, John Keck;
No. 6. AV of Calhoun, Saundem, Butler. Po'k. and
the north h!r of Cass. Assistant Assessor, T. il. Dor-
rineion ; ruirsrrton'.n.
No. 7. All of Lancaster Sewarn, south half of Cass,
and the country wet.
No. 8 AllofOtr. CI iy. Johts-n and Saline. As-sU-ant
Asse-or lr. K Rnnpr ; Nel ra-k Cilv.
No. 9. All of Nemaha Richat'l--n and Pawnee.
No. 10. All of Gaire J -neo. Nnrk dls. Kearney and
sooner. AM.Tam Aes..r. J. B. western ; Beatrice
All persons, of whatever trade or o- enpation are re-
qniren to late ontjirene to (ontinue the Mme. Ap
plications must be mde to the A;Mant Aseor
wh are fiirnWned with blank form for Jbe purpose
Biuine o. rewitt.rui application i contrary to law
Owners of carriflcev .ahea b.icknev euache cm
rit.nse or orrer crriase. not exclusively em;.i..e,
niiDntry, rr tor tne transports!- n t merchn'lie
are renuire-1 to report the number and value of th
Owner of billiard tables yatche and cold an 1 sil
ver plate. tnut report the same, wiih ihe amount 0
M,nnf ctQier. wtere not sperial'y exemnted a-e
reqoired to luake retrri;s toll e 4Man Aer with
in ten d arter eri nd eery rnori'h of the actual
sale made by them dn-ine the precee.iii m it?.
An.tj neers are reiii- ta make a m.nth'y report
of ' be r'. amount of i eir -a'e.
The proprietors or mana ersof HaPrond. S'eamb- ata.
FrrySwt. and To!!b-i.t!e- ae req u'ed to mxke a
ni'-rti h'v report of he ar f amount r tbeir receipts.
B'itbers xnd her. wti bu-iraes it i x'auh'er
for sate my cattse. heer Io.e. or calves, b il in ike a
retnrn t the end f e nh nd every month of ine num
ber respectively slangtitprel;
J. II. BTRBANIC Aes.r.
'or C-llectiou Dt.inci, District NetTask.
October 15, nl5-tf
TO VI 11031 rr MAY COXCEIIX.
The Co-partnership heretofore existini under the
name and iyle of Lett Strkkler & Co., is this day dis
solved by mutual c nent.
The bou es of raid firm will be ettle-l by Brown k.
Striikler, to wbum all uebta d ic the. b-u-e mut be
P-J- KEXKT C LKTT,
Puryunnt to an otdcrof the Probate Court of Ne
man county, Nebraska Tel ritory, made on the 27th
dy .f September, A. I). Ibri-, the unlcr3ind as
Guardian f Mariah Elisabeth Welch. Ellen Welch,
Sarah Jano W elch and John Henry Welch, on Sat
urday, the 11th day of November, at the hour of ten
o'clock, A. M., in tront of the Post OHL-e in Brown
ville. ir said ecu nty.will effer Tor sale the following de
scribed lots or parcels of land situate in said ounty,
to-wit: the northwest cunrter i.f the northeast
quarter of section bo. 15, and the northeast quarter
of the s- uth wet quarter and the northwest quarter
of the south wet quarter and the southeast quarter
of the io.utbwest quarter of section no. 15 in Uwn-
bip no. 4. of rapue no. 15, enst, composiuj the Es
tate of Uilliiiui Welch, deceased, a iid beloiiHn in
e miuon to the undersigned acd thi aforesaid wards
s heirs of the afor-said William Welch; Aud also
the southwest quarter of the northeast Quarter of
section no. 15, in t.wuahio no. 4 of ranire 13, caat
as the property of tha said Sarah Jane Welch.
Terms uf Sale: Una haif eah pn sale and one
half in one year, secured by murtgage on the prem
ae. AMCK WELCH.
October 13th, 18. bH-3w-53 Ouardiaa. I
wn 1 1 .
hu .ppliel .to the IVUte C,ttrt fr?
or lime V make feUIetnenur ' ln!
taiJ application will be- j0r lJ;
dsy of OcuK 1352, at 2 iVjOTlk
Notice h herehr ffiten thu I hi..
Monday, the 20th day "of twtJ. , 'N
at 19 c' l.k.a. v. lor arip ts, t , !
of Willuji lt-l-haij-,., AdiSTtS!
Vi itne my band and b-l hjJ &- , " I
of Si.tu-.M-r. 1362. C. W. VnTP , i In
Kt.e t hereby thit We-ln,",,. .. I
OT-emDer. a. v , ij in y ,.
Iltib Prwrjlee, 1
the Ub entitled caj, I will on ?atB:J ,Y .1 '
d iyof Novemb-, betww-B ti il'
north half an I sUthwe-t parter of th
quartet tf section naai'orr 21, in towa:-D S
4, north tf range nunibt;r 15, eat of t I'5
cipal meretlian, N'einiha c. unty Jfbrii
k?n as the property of llujh tmini,-.
h'.i. . -
Brownville, September 27.
rVl4 .iHlOlM Oi l r,t wm ,
pers ot wtith wil be sent (jat-Di.n1
idies, for one dollar . . u
March lit a, 1H3
THE OJScia! Union Volunteer DL-torr i n
pe.) eoatainins Same and Reid.h
(IQeer and Private in the Union Arttv, wimT7'
("ommarHl..Uaaualtie. 1'romotion v. y-''-
t ne w
wacts it.; S;enn jHt-jiid.on recejrj.fj'
.orstamrs. AJd.-e! IIE.X.HY B.AJiauS'
r.49 State Street,' lioaton. Miss. ' l
WATCHES AUD JEWtUyn
or THE 1
Ilicbest and 3Iot FMhioBahIe
orriaiD at l
llctait and TI Iioleaale TrlcM" '
TilK IITBBARD -CR03., N , r ju !
Stbeet NiwTobi ianufafturt-ii4ia,
as 1 1 le Lejiuiit K h, ait pipi. 5,"!?
W AI C1I k.S im1 JE ELRT. t eina deteramH
Tsui tbeir li'bWi t., i, vuiiu.. -i ti J
ihe foltuwiKs; eiex-tiit Otnuieu.s a .It w,'
Low Price, toiiowtiii-
MAGIC TIMK OCT FEIt bei.nrs H-wai fc'
fn it., or ot t -Ueuian'. VTiui ia
p' ettie,! aud oki c-nciae!it. anl cue.4;
.eWorld. I:utiii u tf.J. i-jMel tj a-ir!)
ce.. lu-b iiiKipt it larix ..1 1,1 i
winle li ilfMCl ii ttwid a mini, f.scj l
$3i PeiiU at f roin one hniid e. npf iri, t
UCSTISG COMPOSITION VAhLO IIT
It 1 L Mauuraotiiie iowu oi; cipt M
jt w J b sunk ei'iid., and tit it4 ittf-l
mrrts IIeay caed and rl inii'a 1. a tj
oi.lv $t) Kt'ta.li f- ..i, f .0 tv i
UCXTtNU COMPOSITION GASZ3
WATCH Kicbiy eu-rnt'l jwe . 4tu t. .k j
L'ourv.ieI for !sut:er Tr'r, rmi4
RfclaiN a f am $W t :00 , j
X cre.it variety t r.ther watibes atlowxi M
LUir..' rets of Broixh and Kir Dry wcrrri
Imttaiin Cluster Uisniuiii . a vrrr il k i.ir i l
en ire y nw price t. Coral and Ba4wir:M
very ntat aud pre-tj vrnaweui, Daiulwxt 7 svl
Orntlemen'a Tet Chains. Pariita, n
pattern, on y fl. The I'eniobiac, vtrj t i
Rido. Piaia only 75c. Scr ,! v j preitf, !
Chaitd. a beat pattern. $1. btal S.gaet, t- 14
tiou Uiaaiou1. $i I
S.ecve Buttons, rafent. Chted. sr liujit f
newaiid v,y tian.J-oua patteru. l Dnio
r wi.L :-.im. $1 60. 1
aV'Soiu Siu4a a va isty of new and fa.a.ul
sifi.. per (, $1 & . I
Boa iu and 5ca I P:n .".eaf. wi'a awl K '
Itciii $i. linita'aciou Oiam ml, l to j
IM.ki Uoub.e Glass, rich. j eu.rnt-4 (J
Pa. ou. wi.h:Og any of the abo e, h-'tuB f t r
ihe yri-.a in a registered -eiter 10 oar auairw, id; .
article, wii I te rent by reiara Dia l, I'nJn'fii '
tSlril iie amount mi.,.i,hiiw u '
will br M ty pre-s to any p-rt cf ite ktyai 3-
with bill p4yt;e to the Iipr-a Ctuisn
goods are div ed.
Aien.s Sailers and Country Kercfcaott. iknif.
thecouatry, wbo wih to make M' tity rapid y i. -well
la obta n onr mammoth Catalans ; vshrxrf -mot
saleable outat at prices unu'pai T
coace.-al Add ess BlBASlBHiI t
JV o 5 C7 .Vaaaau, ar Juh Z'd j
Octoeer 24 ih , 18. ala-18 awi NtT.rXCrl
Patantad Tebruary 14th, 1SC0
Salesroom, 510 Broad
NEW YORK. . , I
This Machine is constructed oo sn ntirt'T
priaeiple ef machinery, poking bbsdj rars ssda j
able improvements, tarn j baen iumai v-.
aaast prrifoand extort, and pronnunrl tab!-;
rLlt'ITY and FEKrECTION COMB15E5. J
The following are the pt inc'.pa! okjactKiM T ;
a jaiasV Sawicj ilachices . ?
I 1'....;. r. ;,.., -. i Tni-.racitv t ' .
l. A'.,aio, JI. L I x .w - . . f
tvrj u'--- r
2. Liability to (tt ant of
3. Expanse, trouble and
lots cf tima in repair-
The Empire Fains Macliise Is E
frcn all there obtticns. j
it has straight reedla perTidit--sV '
aaakaa th.UH'X or SIIfTTLE STICil.
XtlTUEIlKIP nor KAVi;L,aad isalik.
aide ; performs perfect se wing on every ir'Z:
f asa enal, fromLeather i tlie Bnost N" ..'
lia, with cotton, linen or silk thread j
seat to the Coast number. i
Davinj neither OA M nor COQ WHEEL,
the least possilla trictioa, it runs aii"
(tart, and ia
i'Epbtically a Noseless j
It rtqnires twtn'y-fiTe per eent. P'" ;
drive it thaa auy other Mar a in ia n,,rl'''. ' :
f twelve yeart of ae cau woik it atrad.l. ;' j
fatii oe or injury to health.'
Iiarentb ,vl WOMlERFCL
ta.frneti..ii rend-r it aim-t inife--l t"
ferdtr.and is iU.KANTEEU by lb c j
(iva entire aatifaolin. fey
We retfctfally invite all those wbo '
larply theine!vea with a superior artuii-.t"
txaaaira tins W.Mil . AUi' ai.ai.'
But in a more special maouer do '
rttrnuiirt of ., .
Merrhant Tailort, I -Prs 1K'T
Ccb Makers , j Cr.er
H.p-,Skirt Miuiuracfurers, Oaiter "
Shirt and Uosotn Maker. : !:,uJ '
Vest aud Pantal'-m Makers. ,
27-Rili-ioua snd Charitable IustiiaUuS1
liberally dealt with.
Price of Machines, Comp
v. i t,;t v.fc?fin 15.00 : c
sited Manufactarinpr I '.a.tO; 5 j
Manufacturing, $75,00. . , !
Cabmeta in Trery Variety- ft-,.
W Hint A anta tup all tiWUS I" i I
States, where agenries are not a!r-JT
U wbctn a liberal discount win
stake no eousinmenta
liroadwar, ,T 1
T. J. T
Seeds Prepaid by U1,
25 Prettie-t AnnnaH in Ccinvauuo. . ,
25 Choice VecetaMeSee-W ior ihe t.r 'v' I
B.rthtoChibsof PivafortSi Totl""11 J
T Cluh. T.nfv for 5. "
. . . . Pr l
a lit' can con fluently re.vuiuir-r.. " TS4)-. j
cnlilvaiiuu. .a-,i i
n33-tf Old Colony x urw- - -
I bale left wilt ft.
! Be 4 ard DuWh Currants ftr saia ' C
.af a w-
anuaijasuug claim aKair,t the e.utf w r
accea.ed, Lie U the t.a y r P,wnet vT, C: V
ritory. 11. o. Wkk p. j V
Pawnee City, Acs. 21, lit. ' Vt"
o i.-Iix-k a. m. and 4 o clock p. m., of m' 1 j '
dc-orof Den's Hall in Brownville, the Jvy,,si
the said court was Iajtht ld.fvrjuiiXfiavf
oVr for sale and to the biziess fJi r53'?
: - v. , 1 f. tL.win. .-;v ... 1 . "'faa
1U uu'A, .ui n'liv 1 11 i a . , ul real
The NEW JAPAN J1ILIET. wllH . - .
six to ten inrhe- fc.ua. .eut. 1 l m , ?
for $1. I reeeive.1 Genuine See.t of " , f
able Millet direct from Japan, bvtbe.- .a j
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