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dtftorV tliviVido" of LonstrHpis corps
wliicb arrived there on . Wednesday
nijrht.-l'-ft yesterJay tn.,r;jin, taking The
Wanesboro road toward Chaniberiburg.
The fone was estimated at from 7 to
10,000 infantry, cavalry and artillery,
nccoinpanied ly a lae wajja train.
The whole of JLontreets corps had
crossed the Potomac and were aivanciri
in different direu? ions into Ft i.:y!v.
There were but few relol tro ;- j at Jia
perstown yesterday, all havilig gons u
l'enn. .Lee and staf! are on this side of
New York, 27. Herald's HarrisWg
tpecial last night says, the citizens are
organizing to serve in the nile pits.
Rebel advance still continue in the. vi
cinity of Carlisle. .. The Susnuehaunah
has risen twenty inches. At headquar
ters to-night it is taid the rebels appear
to be concentrating in the Blue Ridge
pastes, and seem far.airancei with
Hooker in their rear. Precaution has
been taken to secure the railroad bridges
from a sudden descent. Rebel prison
ers report that Ewell has 23 regiments
of infantry, 5.000 cavalry, and 20 pieces
of artillery. Six thousand men, with 8
cannon, were sent to Mercerslurg, half
cf which went to McConuelsburg. It is
reported that Hooker's right wing is in
the vicinity of HagerstoAn. A Carlisle
dispatch last evening says, it is evident
the rebels are doing all they can to mis
tify us o their movements, in order
to prevent us concentrating anywhere.
SOOrebels are encamped at Mount Rock
Rebel scout3 visited Plain Fields and
Grearsons Station last night.
New York, 27-The. World says, by
the arrival of the Creole, we .have news
from New Orleans to the ISth. The
attack upon the rebel fortifications at
Port Hudson, by Weit-
zel's and Grover's divisions on the right.
Our troops were repulsed with an ad
mitted loss of 700 men. Five companies
of hhe Metropolitan cavalry were cap
tured within a mile and a half of Banks'
headquarters. Our Orleans correspon
dence contains interesting details of the
position cf' affairs at Port Hudson. It
is said that General Dudley had offered
to send 4,000 men for another assault
upon the enemys works, and that an or
der has been issued, authorizing volun
teers from all regiments for the forlong
hope. There have been four arrivals
of wounded at New Orleans, and the
Saint Louis and other hotels were fiiied
with them. All access to the wounded
strictly prohibited. General Magruder
is said to haqe withdrawn his troops
from the Rio Grande, and gone toward
New York, 27, Special to the Times
from Harrisburg 26th, says the main
force of the enemy seems to have halted
back of Chambersburg. A large num
ber are concentrating in the mountain
passes, evidently waiting for reinforce
ments fearing to proceed too far this
way with Hooker in their rettr. Get
tysburg was occupied by an eniire divis
ion of rebels, who strike out in different
directions from that place. The enemy
has not yet entered Carlisle, although
they are momentarily expected to do so.
MtCo 3NELSBCBC, 27. Rebels about
' 6,000 strong under Gen. Stuart, evacu
ated this place at 9 o'clock yesterday
morning, cause of retreat supposed to
be fear of a fiauk movement on the part
of Gen. Mrrroy, retreating in the direc
tion of Chambersburg, and will to-day
reinforce the rebel force menancing Hir
risburgi A destructive ral was made in the
lower part of this county to-day, by a
body of Imbodens men, they paid no
respect to any kind of property, and
what could not be carried away, they
Harrisburg, 29. -The enemy is with
in four miles of our works, advancing.
The firing of their artillery is distinctly
heard. Oar troops are all in position
awaiting the attack. The authorities feel
confident cf their ability to repulse the
rebels. The battle will probably take
place before night.
Ha krisburg,23 6 p. m. Rebels are
within three miles of the city and are
throwing shells, our troops are within
the entrenchments and will make a bold
8 p. m. The bridge over the Susque
hanna at Columbia, is in flames.
All the citizens of Harrisburg are
armed and across the river to-morrow.
In a skirmish in Walnut bottom this
morning, 11 men were wounded.
A Kingston dispatch at 6 p. m. Sat
urday, fSays the enemy being on our
flank, our forces evacuated their position
and the rebels are advancing. At 9 p.m.
the rebel advance halted.
Headquarters Abut Potomac,.29.
Mead's appointment gives universal
satisfaction. Hooker is ordered to report
Philadelphia, 2G. Business nearly
The coal dealers have resolved to
close colliries until the crisis was passed.
Meechants resolve to raise a million of
dollars; all the stores to be closed, em
ployees forwarded for defence cf the
city and State.
New York, 29. Special to the Times
from Harrisburg last night, says our forces
have lotvly . retired, and aje now in
and around the fortifications of Harris
burg. Enemy advancing slowly and in
all probability will soon commence the
Lancaster, Ta., 23. Great excite
ment here refugees from Harrisburg
Cocking here. Two spies came over the
river this morning at Marietta, one was
jcilled, the other captured. Forces
guard the river from Marietta to Colum
bia, all iiusinese ivjll be suspended to
morrow, and 2,000 citizens will march
to resist the enemy at the river. A
gentleman who left York at ten o'clock
this morning, says Longstreets pickets
were then within a mile. Everything
cf value, that could be, has been re
moved. , N. Y. 29. A Harrisburg dispatch
to the Herald, 2Sth, says Pennsylvania
is naw respoding largely. The citi
zens generally are recruting. Gen.
Smith is in command west of the Sus
quehanna. Gen. Knipe will aid him.
Wilkut Hills, near Vidksburg ,21st.
-At four o'clock yesterday morning a
general bombardment commenced along
the whole line, and continued three hour.
Both sides are mining, and in some places
the sappers are within a few feet of each
oilier. As soo'n as our pits command the
rebel ircrks, the latter will be abandon
ed for others further, "back.- . , ,. , '
221- Utual desultory fir'ng of sharp
shooters, with an occasional shot from the
enemy's gunsi " ' ' 'T ; ) ' :
Hr. .THQUARTERS ArmV PotOM.VQ, 28.
Gen Hooker isutd a farewt 11 address
to thi army expressing t!i3 -belief that
his . usefulness as commander has been
impaired tpeakiug in hi,'h teYms of his
successor a3 an acoo:ppliseed . offioeiv
who nobly earned the confidence and es
teem of the -army on many a3 "well
fought rlfld. Gen. jMead issued an ad
dress assuming the command, whih was
totally unsolicited and unexpected.
N. Y.,26. A special fays the whole
rebel army except ftiuarts force," is "now
in Pennsylvania. Rebel officers declare
their intention to" make that State their
future battle ground. r . ,
New York, June 30. The Columbia,
from New Orleans the 24Ji. says on the
20th the ' rebels attacked the bridge at
Lafourche, but were re puted. 1 A sec
ond attadk waa made the night of the
21st, but they were again repulsed with
considerable loss, leaving their dead and
wounded on the field. In the recent as
saults the rebel loss is reported at fifteen
hundred. A deserter . states that when
he left ihey had five days rations and
when these were gone, the rebels in
tended, to cress the river on rafts, instead
Harbisdcrc, noon, June. 30. The
city is quiet and the soldiers are all at
their posts. 400 cavalry, beloging to
Col. Pierce's command, bad a fight yes
terday with Imboden's cavalry z.1 McCon
nelsburg,' defeating them and driving
them through the town. The rebel loss
was 3 killed and 33 captured. Our lo.ss
was two wounded. Gen. Early's divi
sion left for York this morning. Gen.
Lee is now concentrating his army in the
valley between Shippingsburg and Cham
bersburg, evidently anticipating an attack
from tho army of the Potomac. Gee.
Ewell's rebel corp3 i3 still in front of
Harrisburg and may commence an attack
at jny time. r
Philadelphia, June 30. A Harris
burg dispatch to-day states the author
ities have information, apparently relia
ble, that Ewell's corps, with a portion of
Hih s and Longstreet s, will rmve to-day
towards Harrisburg. They number 40,
000. There is no interruption in com
munication along the Pennsylvania Cen
tral Railroad yet.
Columbia, Pa., June 30. A, train
master of the Northern Central Railroad
who left York this morning, says the
rebels had all left except the rear guard
which were begining to move off when
he left. The rebels are said to have
left unexpectedly, and were supposed to
be moving towards Harrisburg. " It was
repored that Gen. Pleasanton's pickets
had been seen within a few miles of
York. The rebels assessed York 300,
000 dollars. The citizens raised 30,000
in cash and subsistence. The rebels al
lowed them 20 days to raise the balance.
Their force was about 8,000, with 18
pieces artillery. The rebel force at
Wrightsville is 3,000 with 5 pieces cf
Manchester, Tenn., June 30. No
thing of special interest has transpired
to-day. Gen. Granger wa3 received
with marked enthusiasm on his entrance
into Shelbyville. Our advance in the
direction of Tullahoma have been skim
lshing with the enemy's pickets. The
disposition of our troops and the import
ant events transpiring, a definite mention
of which would be contaband, render aa
early train of strength by no means pro
bable. BR1GG EUNXIKG.
FlCni AT GETTYSBURG COMMENCED.
GENERAL REYNOLDS KILLED.
TIIE FIGHT PROGREESLVG FAVORABLY.
H abrisbiiq.g, July 2. It is reported
that the rebels have returned to the vi
cinity of Carlisle and demanded the siif
render of the town again. Gen. Small
perempotorily refused. On being re
fused they carried out the threat by set
ting fire to 3 or 4 houses, which were
burned. They1 were then attacked by
Gen. Smith and driven towasds Shippens
burg. Washington, July 2. -The following
was received this evening: Headquarters
Array of the Cumberland, Tullahoma,
Tenn., July 2. To Halleck. I telegraph
ed you on Sunday of the occ'upatiou of
Shelbyville and Winchester, It rained
hard all day Monday, rendering the roads
impassible. It was found impossible to
move the artillery or get onr troops into
position until this morning, when a gen
eral advance was ordered. Gen. Thomas
yesterday made a reconuoisanco on two
roads and Gen,. McCook on on road, re
porting the enemy in force at this place,
with the addition of .Buckner's division,
which arrived on Monday evening. On
advancing this morning, it was found
that the enemy had fled in haste last
night much demoralized, leaving their
strong fortifications, small quantity of
stores and 3'siege guns in our possession.
They took the directidn of Winchester
Tenn. Gen. Thomas should be on their
flank to-night. Gen. Sheridan Brannon
marched into town at 11:39 to-day,
taking a few prisoners. (Signed) Rose
cqans. Baltimore, July 3d, 1 a. m. The
American has the following: We" learn
from Major Bremgarden, of Gen. Rey
nolds' staff, the following interesting par
ticulars of the battle near Gettysburg. I
am happy to say it closed for the day
with the army of Gen. Meade in a most
advantageous position for either attack
or defence. At 10 o'clock on Wednes
day morning, the 1st and 11th corps
reached Gettysburg, entering from the
east side of the town ; they marched di
rectly through the west side, the cavalry
force of the enemy in town galloping
back as we advanced, On passing out at
the west .end of town, the enemy were
observed advancing rapidly from the
Chambersburg turnpike in line of battle
towards the town, evidently endeavoring
to hold an advantageous position com
manding the towa. The 1st corps, under
Reynolds, which was- in advance, f usheJ
forward on double quick to secure the
position. The enemy, under Longsireet
and Hill, advanced steadily. In a few
minuts a heavy fire of both artillery and
musketry was opened along the whole
federal and rebel lines. The 11th corps
under Howard, was also soon in position
and for a time quits a haavy. battle raged.
Several charges were made by the enemy
to dislodge cur furces, all of which were
unsuccessful.'. At' 3 o'clock the enemy
massed his entire forc-s and endeavored
to turn ov.r right 'wing. Reynolds ad
vanced 'and -met them. A heavy infantry
final ensued in which both suffered" se-
v.-njy, yollay after volley of "umsketry
being poured into the opposing columns
with deadly effect. The field between
the contending armies was.etrewri with
dead and wounded. It is said the enemy
sufferecl fully as heavly as we, though it
is iiot known what was their loss in officers.
The effort to flank our right wing en
tirely failed and we held the prominent
cocmanding.position for which' the" en
gagement was made. . At the close cf
;he fight, which ceased about four in-the
afternoon, a great decisive . battle wa3
considered emminent. Notwithstandidg
our severe loss in officers, the advantages
of. the day were regarded as decidedly
with our forces.' The army was in fine
condition arid full of enthusiasm for the
coming battle and confident cf sutcess,
New York' July 3. A
special from Harrisburg, last night, says
a column of 25.000 rebels passed through
Billsburg on Thursday, in the direction
of Gettysbnrgi . Another account from
the front represent the condition of af
fairs at the close of the fight on Wednes
evening, to have teen still more favorable
and promising a "Incresuccessf ul issue,
than any previous information received.
They state the rebels had ' held Gettys
burg for some time preViou'3 to" the ap
proach of our army and had cot enly
ocrupied, but had commenced fortifying
the hilL$of the town, where they proposed
te check our advance towards Chambers-
turg and the mouth of the Cumberland
Valley. The rapid movement of Gen.
Reynolds, after entering the east. end of
town, took them somewhat by surprise.
He socn obtained a prominent position,
which the rebels" were fortifing. The
fighting through the ballance of the day
was a futile attempt on their part to re
gain this important, position from which
they were frequently repulsed. Early
in the afternoon both Longstreet and
Hill combined their forces for a grand
effort to turn our right flank. Gen.
Howard's 11th corps most nobly repuls
ed thes) two veteran corps of the rebel
army. The repulse was so complete that
no furthey attempt was made by the
enemy during the day. Night closed in
with our forces holding the position
chosen by the enemy to give us battle.
Tne 3d and 12th corps also came on the
field af:er the last repclse of the enemy,
but owing to the full of Gen. Reynolds
and the lateness of the hour, as well
as tha exhaustion of the men and the de
sire to take care of the wounded, hey
determined not to push the enemy for a'
renewal of the conflict, when our imor:
mant left the field yesterday. On Thurs
day morning Gen. Meade had arrived
and the main body of our army was in
position and ready to push the enemy as
soon as day should dawn. Gettysburg
is 25 miles east of Chambersburg, over
a fine rolling country, most of the way
of which will doubtless be the scene of
the great battles of the rebellion. The
11th army corps in their gallant charge
en Loncstreet's corns, are said to have
at first slightly faltered, but when Gen.
Howard said to them "Remember Chan
cellorsville !" they rushed into the fight
like infuriated demons, and the whole
enemy gave way before them.
THE BATTLE AT GETTYSBURG A COMPLETE
Dispatches from Davis to Lcc.
Washington, 3, Official dispatches
dated Headquarters Army of Potomac,
2d, from Mai. Gen. Meade says, the
enemy attacked me about 4 o'clock to
day, and, nfter one of the most severe
contests of the war, was repulsed at all
points. We suffered considerably in
killed and wounded, among the former
were .brigadiers raul and Uoolc. We
have taken a large number of prisoners.
Second Dispatch, Washington. 3.
Dispatches this a. m. say action com
menced early in the day; The enemy
has thus far made no impression upon
All accounts agree in
whole army here. Pris
Longstreet's and A. R.
Hill's forces much injured, and many
general officers killed. Gen. " Barks
dale, of Miss., is lying within our lines
dead. We have 1.C00 prisoners.
Washington, 10 a. m., 4. The fol
lowing h just received : Headquarters
Army Potomac, near Gettysburg, 8 30
p. m., 3d. To HalleckThe enemy
opened at 1 p. m., with about 150 guns
concentrated on my left and centre, con
tinuing withou intermission about three
hours, at the expiration of which time
he assaulted my left and centre twice.
On both occasions he was handsomely
repulsed with severe loss, leaving in
our hands nearly 3,000 prisoners
among whom is Brig. Gen. Orlstead and
many Colonels and officers of ' lower
rank- The enemy left many dead and
wounded on the field, and a large nunv
ber of his wounded in ou'r ha"nds. Loss
on our side considerable. Maj. Gen.
Hancock and Brig. Gen. Gibbon wound
ed. After repelling the assault, indi
cations lead to the belief that the enemy
might be withdrawing. An armed re
connoisance pushed forward from the
left, and the enemy -were found to be in
force. At the present hour all is quiet.
My cavalry has been engaged all day
on both flanks of the enemy, harrasing
and vigorously attacking him with" great
success, notwithstanding thev encounter
superior numbers, both cavalry and
infantry. Army in fine spirits.
New York, July 6. Times says the
contents of Jeff. Davis' dispatches capt
ured are a peremptory order to Lee to
withdraw from Pennsylvania, assigning
as a reason that the position is too hazar
dous, the condition of Richmond too de
fenseless to warrenthis remaining longer.
He also refuses Lee's request to allow
Benregard to reinforce him, and orders
Lee south of the Potomac forthwith.
The Times, Gettysburg dispatch confirms
thi reports that the rebels are almost
annihilated ; that they left nearly 50,000
killed and wounded on the . ground.
Hancock's corps, which defended the
contre, was thanked by Meade in the
name of the army and the country. At
7 o'clock Fridsy
the third and
s:x corps attaoked . the .enemy's riht
gaining a good deal of ground. Our car
airy to-day is playing on the rebel flank
and rear. . -
A Harrisburg dispatch to the Hera
the 5th, says Gov. Curtin has received a
dispatch from Hanover, stating that 20,
000 rebels and brer one hundred cannon
are t taken. Gen.' Ploasanton ocendied
the Mountain Pass near Chambersburg
CJttin? off thir retreat. We hold al
the Mountain Passes, and have formed
junction with the milita almost surround
inz the enemy.
Chicago, July 6. Special dispatches
received late lust night , "assert that Lee.';
r?treat is comrletely cutoff that Meade
captured 18,000 prisoners and 11S pieces
of cannon, thru Lee-e.sked-iTSuspension
of hostilities Icr the purpose of burying
his dead and c;iring for his wounded.
Meade replied that be would be, satisfied
'only with his -unconditional surrender.
I send this only as a report, riot vouching
for its correctness.
New York, Jmy 6. -A -Baltimore
special to -the Herald siys ver 8.000
prisoners have, arrived, and that Gen.
Schenck has orders to prepare to receive
20,000 more. The road along the" route
of the rebel retreat is strewn .with aband
oned wagons, cannons, snlall , arms and
s-9 s-m "
camp equipage. ien.; Uoucn, it appears
had formed a jr.nction with Meade and
1 la 1
tae militia, - and tne slaujmtennff and
capturing the greybacks by regiments and
brigades. It is not only a defeat for Lee
but a total and perfect rout.
Washinston," July 6. All informa
tions wnicu reacnes us rorm tne army
via rredenck to-day 15 to the eflect that
the main portion of the rebel army is lall
ing back towards Hagerstown and Will
amsport, through Boonsboro Valley.
There seems to be no indication that the
enemy has taken the lower road, which
runs from Eminettsburg through the Pass
in South MounTain to Antietam or Sharps
burg ford ; but his general line of retreat
lies on the upper road, running directly
to tne Williamsport rora. ' it is more
than proba'blei howeverthat'an attempt
will be made to cross the Conneeaqua
Creek, in the direction of Hancock Fords
thence into Virginia. The creek being
used a3 a defensive lint; in front to cover
the retreat. . It seems quite impossible
for the enemy to pass at Williamsport, in
the present hisrh stas? of water: as a
rain of 6 or 7 hours has swollen the river
crreater than ever. It is quite safe to
say that Lee will' not succeed in cetting
one half of his army across without most
Harrisburg, 7. Gen. Couch received
intelligence which is considered relable
that Gen. Lee intends to occupy and
noid Maryland Heights until nis army
can cross the Potomac-'
JiE WAD VERT I BE MEN ST
Notice to Taxpayers.
The tax-payers of tbo City of Drownvillo, will
take notice that the Tax-Book for. lSo'J is in my
hinds for coilcctioi wna the delinquencies of 1301
and 1302 added thereto. Those who fail to attend
to this notice and pay thfir taxc, will be obliged
to pay tne pena.tiej atlixed bj law, and cosU. My
oiii'jrs are to coileci tno taxes-
JESSE JOHN, Collector.
July 11, 1S63. 3w;
LIST OF LETTERS,
' Remaining in the FostofiSce at Broworille, July
AddaiusJohn O. Arnold Thomas, Andrews John C.
Baldy Wm; Uoylus John. U.U1 Wm. r. Barges
E alalia Miss. Bude George, Blaak Jlariah Miss.
Crawford Shaborn, f)umineck Sarah E. Mia
L'ummcck JobD, Dehaven Wm. Dewit Wm. Davis
Roda Miss. Dix John. t
Fisher Dr. Wm.T.
Gard Mary D.
Hall W.M: Hill William, -Jackson
Ira S.Johnson Levi, Jones Charles.
Kendall Charlott Mis3. Keoneda Wm.
MoreS. Sillia.' Miller A. A. Martiull A. Miller
Gaines A. J. Mrs.
Rendel Scharlet Miss. Ray John F. Rubbins Thos.
Smith Ele Mitchol, Shoup nonry, Sohreibor F.
Stewart Harriet Mis. Stringfollow Thos. D. Swader
S ioup L. Mrs. Sacton Andrew, Setell S. D. Sov-
niilly Jon. Otto.
Thompson R. G. Thompson Harriet Mrs.
Vanderword Wiiliam II. H. Vanscroy R. Andrew
J.Ward Messrs J. A Co, Watkins J. ii. Watts fcliz-al-oth
Miss. 2 Wallinsford A. M.
Yates WiS. II. '
Persons calling for the abore will please say ad
vertised; H. H. Marsh, D.P.M.
' July lt, 1S63.
Notice is hereby given that the Annual Collection
list for the year 1862, has been placed in tnr hands for
collection, an1 tbat sitid dnties have become due and
payable, and that tie cuderaUueJ attend at Jno.
L. Carson's Bankinj nouse, in )iwaville, in the
co inty 0: Nemha, Territory of Neb a ka, on the llih
day of July, A. 1). 1863, and at J. G. G . d'8 Hotel, Falls
City, in the county of Richards m, Territory of Nebras
ka, on the I6Ui ci.,y t f July, A D. 18b :, to receive the
same; and all persons who siall neglect to pay Such
dtty, or tax, as ab.v4 aforesaid assesseJ upon tnera, to
the Collector, win, in the time speciue-1, shall be liable
to pay ten per cent, udditioual upon tbo amount thereof.
n62-2w ; , ' . . t JAMES SWEKY, Collector. '
Elizabeth Waters having been appoint) Administra
trix of the Estate of Absoietn Waters, late of the coun
ty of Pawnee, N. T , deceased, Notice is hereby given
to all persons having claims against said estate, to
have them on file in the office tf the Probate Ju4ge of
Pawnee county, Neb.'aska Territory., on y before the
I2th darof Jan nary, A. U. at 8'o'clooIc'A. m:,'the
time set for hearing claims againat said estate.
nt2-6w-$3,5Q H. a IQB.R, Probate Judge.
. . .Administrator's Notice.' ;
I will offer for sale on the 20lh day of July, 1863, in
front of Pen's store, to the highest bidder for cash, the
following described property to-wit: Lot number one,
section 29, containing thirty-bandredths of an acre;
Let number oae, section 32, containing .forty-four acres
and ten-hundredths ; Lot numb;r two, containing thirty-nine
acres; Lot number three, containing thirty
acres and ten-hundredtbs; tbo. southwest quarter of
section 32, omtaitiiu-t one hundred and sixty acres; the
so j to west quarter of the soutueist quarter, of section
thirty-two containing forty, at res, ia township flvo,
range flltpea according to Government survey, lying in
i ctuaba County, Nebraska. . - '
By order of the Probate Court of Richardson County,
Nibraska. - F. M. BARME3,
n50 Administrator of William Dripps, decM.
In pursuanco of a decree of the District Court, in and
for Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory, sitting in
Chancery, bearing dale May 16th, 1S61, in a certain
caise pending in said court, wherein Day i. Matlock and
Cctler At Tarrel are complainant and Allen L. Coate,
et al, are defendants, I will, on Tuesday the 25th day
of July, 1863, between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m.
ani four o'clock r. x. of said day, in front of Den's
1111, in Brownville, in said csuuty, being the place
wt ere said court was last. hid, offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cat-h, the following described prem
ises, to-wit: Lots number fon: (4,) ami five (5,)' of ibe
northwest fractional quarter of section iumber six (6,)
township number lor.r (4,), nort a of ranie number six
teen (IS ) east of the Sin principal meridian in Nemaha
Co amy, Nebraska Territory.
J. S. BEDFORD, Vaster tn Chancery.
Kiizabeth llclvin having been appointed Administra
trix of the Ksute of James G. Kelvin, deceased, notice
is aerefcv givei to aJ. persons having claims against
said estate, to have tiera on me In the office of the Pro
bate Judge of Nemah.i county, Nebraska, on or before
tho 27th day of December, A. D , 1S63, at 10 o'clock A.
It., the time set lor if.trir g ela,in-i anaiuat said estate.
c5-6w-$3 SJ C. W. WHKKLER, Prabate Judze.
Uy order of the Pro ate Court, on the 13th day of July
A. D. 18S3. at 12 n'cljck If. in front of the office of the
Pr ibate Judge, in Brownville, Nemaha county, will be
sold to highest bidder, the following Real Estate, as
ths property ..f Augwt Oakie, deceased, to-wit: the
eat half (1-2) of the north east 'juarter (1-4) of aection
nnmber nine (9.) township nnuber four (4,)Borthof
range number thirteen (13.) east of the 6iii principal
meridian, appraised at $240. Terms of sale, one halt
do'vn, the ballance in one yeir.
f. H. DCNBAR, Pub. Admin.
n51-4w . Atchison county. Ma.
OF ALT. KINO. Printed nd
f-.r Bk at the ADVitUTLSEii Off ICE.'
02IAUA ASI CHICAGO CASS,
f Oil AHA, NEBRASKA.
' The Circulating Notes of this Bank a-e reJeemelat
par at the Banking llouae of A. 1SK AT Tl B &. Co. in St.
Jowph. Mo. H. B. SACtETT.
n6t-tf ' President.
IN TOWN AG AIN,
! And preparing to sell Stationery of all kinds ten piv
cent lower than any one in town djre to. Wili Fell
writing paper from 40 rents a qmre down to three
quirta for fifty rents, and other tricxs in his line In
proportion, such a
' COLORED BATTLfi"oCEX3r
, riCTOIUALS OP ALL KlXDS,
DA1I.T PAPEUS, A7rD THE
LATEST El'ITlOJtf OF SCHOOL BOOL3,
Recommended to be ncd in the Territory ; and parent
eboald be guarded against buying any other, as the old
series will soon be out of usa entirely.
' Mr Marshe is Agent lor several K tstern Piiblishi'.ij
Houses, and'caB p; enr for any or 9, any BocK, Hbs
toaper,V Peri'4e-Mhal'si beealted for. - -
Also keeps Ph-)tocr.itihs. and Photograph Album1
Stery scopes, and S'.erysc uz Views. Microscope. Prize
Packages, Novels, Family Bibles, Itiicellaneous Bks
' Come in and see for youn-elvcs. where ha is prepared
to wait on ladies and gentlemen intbe latest and mos
approved style. H. n. MARSH,
- i First Story P. O. Buit-iing, Ns. 000, , ;
opposite a Nebraska Bank,
Brownvil le, Nebraska.
: N. B. Eastern Divers may notice, and tend bill to
' The undersigned wifl attend to tae payment of tases
or all non-resident wuj may entrust him therewith
FREE OF CHARGE,
f n Nemaha. Pawnee and Richardson Counties.
T. R. FISHER, Bd. iJvertieer.
1S53 ffll STflCi BB
WM. T. DEN,
Has now received his Spring Stock of Goods direct from
JSew York, Philadelphia, Hoston and St. Louts wblcl
be will sell cheaper than any other House iu the West
My motto tliall ever be,
Quick Sales & Small Profits
And ray Goods sha!! be Sol 3 Cheap for
CASH OB PRODUCE.-
I ALSO AM AGENT FOR
MY OWN HOUSE, FOR
THE PURCHASE OF
HIDES, PELTS & FU11S
FOR WHICH I WILL
ALWAYS PAY THE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE.
3IY STOCIt CONSISTS OF
Ladles' Fancy Dress Goods,
Large Assortment of Notions,
Ladies' Hats and Trimmings,
Hosiery and Gloves,
nalr Nets and Head-Dresses,
Children's Hats and Caps.
Boots and Shoes, in Great Variety,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Gents & Boy's Clothing,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
DOORS AND SASH,
IH.02XT J.XX3D ICiLIXiS,
A VARIETY OF CHOICE LIQUORS.
Is tlie Place to Trade. Call and
Examine liis StocZt of Goods be
fore you Purchase, for DCX Can
not be undersold, : .i .
W31. T. DES.
Tho amonnt necessary to safely rein-
i!lre all outstanding risks, and. to dis-.
charge all existing .obligations of the
Nett assets, over and abore ALL obli
Ranch, Cincinnati :
R. U.ii n.M. MAGILL, Genekal Agexts.
Assets, 1st April, 18C3-
C.'W. WHEELER, Agest,
" Brownville, N. T.
Tlie Greatest Timber" for the
S3" It makes a perfect neOge fence in four years !
53" One Acre of it set this fall, in fire years will
make enonglt Wood for one Family !
JCJ- it grows straight, and very lall !
13" It never uproots from the roots; bnt when ent
down, will prow again from the atump, Tery rapidly !
53-It is the best soft wood for fuel, er anv other
purpose! ' .
O" When kept off the ground, the rail will last 39
years I . i
53 grows einaily well wfth us on upland, where
it is rich, as in the bottoms 1
3" Cuttings eight inches long stuck in the ground in
the Fall, never fail to grow !
J3" We sell it for $f per thousand Cuttings, deliv
ered at any of our Agencies.
S3" Parties wishing to buy, sbouM order early of oar
Agents, so to at they may notify ns in time.
T. B. nSHKR. Brownville, is Agent tut Kemaha
and east half of Bichardsoft Counties.
CURTIS &. PEATEtt, Pawnee City,- are Agents for
Pawnee and west half of Richardson Counties.
REV. Hit. TIN'tHAH, Beatrice, i Agent for Gage
and Jones Counties.
J. H. BUTLER. Austin, J-genrt
for Clay and Saline
CUTTIXGS : .
Bandleil and Delivered at the above places, as
soon as Uie lea res fall.
Beware of Willow Peddlers.
We learn that many swamps of common Willow have
been cleaned up, and tbe Cuttinz s-ild ssuray wiiiow.
We get ur WiiU.w ul SAitUKL. euwahus, oi t.a
M'jilie, Itiinpis, a rp.-riiib!e Knrxcrrma-i.
THOMPSON t HEDOE3,
Kcriiihs NurFfir. KjirsetT HSU P- O.
n47 tf (te County, Nebraka.'
JUST HECZIVED AT PRICES
JOHN A. FONN
: Is now reecivic-f and openinj out LI j SpriD
Stock of Goos, coasia-iaj'pf 7C ; C1"..
Dry doo?3, ' " " " "
Groceries. , t
.- ,;.iiat3 and C?aps.
Boots and Shoew
1..-r ' -Iron and Nalli, '1
I . . . . Flour and Bdcoa
Qu.eeSswarey , -. : - . - ;
' Sash and Docra, - . ,
etc., etc., eVc.
j Which I will sell cneap for
CASg OS PEODUCS.
examine my stock befora purehisin"
Frownville, April 2t,lSG2,
ITEW GROCERY STORE.
' .Mclaughlin & swan,
HAVE OPENKD OCT IN'
Tnu 'brick build;ng formeiilt
OOCrPlED BY TUB N EM All A VALLET BAXK,
A XET AND WELL SELECTED
STOCK OF .
sugar, coffee, tea,
spices of all kinds,
SUCH A3 DRIED BEEF,
WESTERN RESERVE CHEESE,
CRACKERS, fcc., &C,
ALSO FISH OF ALL KINDS,
NAILS, GLASS AND PtrTTT,
TUBS, BROOMS, AND WASHING BOARDS,
ROAPS, COAL OIL,
LAMP CHIMNEYS AND WICKS,
WE DESIRE TO CALL PARTICULAR
ATTENTION TO OUK FINB STOCK O?
Tobacco, Cigars, & Confectionary.
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF THE
VERY BEST OF
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQU0SS,
SUCH AS BRANDIES, GINS, , ,
WHISKIES, fcc, OF THE MOST AP
THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
Brownville, May 23, 1863-47-fy.
C011N SHELLEKS, &C.
ft large, lot on hand and for sale al
D. A. Constable, Agt.,
Iron and Steel Warehouse,
Between Felix and EJmonil St. Joasrii, Mo,
A3! DIIOTYPES AND PIIOTOGKAPJIS.
HENRY M. SILL.
Is now trmoorarily located In Brownville, where all
wbo deir) tbeir likecesa taken, will And him ready to
accommodate them, From bis past experience, he
flatters himself tbat be Is competent to give entire eat-
Ambrotypes taken at tbe extreme low price of
Taken in cue second of time.
Kay 14 lS63.-n45-tf
B. C. H IRE,
Is prepared to take AilliliOTVPES and XIELAIX-
OTYFES ia the best stjle of the mrt; and at
Lower Prices than Erer Kefore Oifered in
. IJrownTiile.. .
liis Rooms are over Mahrm's Clothinz Store, on
Main Street, ncarljr upp010 IrownviIIe House.
Pictures Warranted to Gi?e Satisfaction.
Tlie public are invited to en II at the room an J ox-
mine the specimens.
trJUrders for len ;n uur;mg w;;i a;.o be filed
a worKmantiKe manner, ana ivi iiort notice.
Every pern shouM have a tencil plate en 1 a "n..t
tie of indelible ink tor o iri a u . ' , ,.
ard ino.t ronvcaie'it s'l-unr '. ..
Honrs i.f ftptirU-n, fro'i. :.' l. . . . .
biownvilij, ilajr 21i la U. n-a
GEORGE DL3IEI1IT;& Cti.,-
Mnufaeturen Agents lor the a!e
Watches, Chaina, oiC'sSiC,
Tu be sold f ir one DotUr E.icn,witnont res'rd to va'uo.
. Of articles all obe sold for one Duliar-X.i-lr"
ICO Gold Hon' insCwcd Watches, - $!,i"f
K)0 " Watches - . - - e k n
iX Ladies' Watches, - . . 3.) h
SO Silver ' - - - - 15fa.ii
COO ll-'d Guard, Vest and Che!;in
Chains, - - - $15 to 2 f a-u
jjw vet, cs,inari an i tiiaipiaiu
: Cbain. - - - - -J)CO
Csineo Brooches ." -
Mosaic and Jet BrcoctHM -10
f.av Sil l FlT"t!!ii;pr..,-!if: Vi
t W Coral, Garnet &. Emerald Broocbe-,
WN) (,'iniw Ksr Dropt". - -3XK)
Garnet M'-aic ami Jot Ear Drrj
40OO Lavaan.tFlirentineE.irDr rn
40OO Gent V &arf Pins, ...
6W0 Chiin and Band Bracelets,
?6X) Gent' Breats Pins, -I60O
Watch Keys, - - " -60(
0 Fob and Ribbon Slides, -7000
Sets of Biw Studs, - - - -90C0
Sleeve Buttons, - - - -
9WO Plain and Chased Rings,
7O0O Stone Set Uin?, - . . '
70OO Miniature Lociets, Crosses, &.C. -12000
Sets Ladies Jewelry, - ---
I to 1 5 '
6 o n il
3 to 10 Cfii
8 ti 8 e .ct
J to IS eav
.All of the good in the above LHt will bt, scld.Vi-.o-oni
rese'vation, for One, Dullar earb. Certi.lclte c f
all tbe various articles are placed in similar enveti res
afulsealed.- These envelopes will be sect by m.iir, or
delivered at oar otace, without regard ti cholep. on
receiving a Certiflcate you will see what article It rpjv
resents, and tt is optional wlttt u to send one Utiitr
and receive tbe article or not.
In all transactions by mail we'isbml t rharc for fr
forwardinn tbe Certificates, payi1!; pv'.isc, and d lnj
the business, 25 cents each. Five Certifloatrs mil : c
sen for $t ; Eleven for $2 ; Thirty fur $5 ; Sisty-.1 o
for $10. and One hnndret for $15.
CORRESPONDENTS may rely Uaon a qnli i a.i.
prompt answer to tbeir orders. Our buiiic-;N t c n
Jncteil upon liberal, honest, straightforward priiarpf,
and we guarantee Satisfaction In all ca.es. Our r "
rons way always deiend upon hsvin? their oriter r i;:.
fnlly and punctually supplied. In no ca.-e will cofrcsC
pondants be neglected. . .
JCJ'CorTepondonts shonld be careful to writ? tlifit
signatures pUinj and g !ve tbeir Post Olfl.-p, Coorny, aud
State. Address, 'fEO. DEMERIT k CO.,
2C9 Broadway, New Tori.
53- QavlnK bad busiaess relations wi.h the abv ve
gentlemen, I take pleasure in saying tbjt tliey ara
honorable, upright mn, and perform all tlieyproinw-e i
and tbe Jewelry I have seen from tbore iszenutiie, and
Rives Siilisuctiun. R. O. THOMPSON'. .
n47-tf Xurery Hill, Neb.
Notice to Teachers.
The undersigned, Board of School Exanineri, tot
the Countjr of Nemaha, hereby give notice that
hereafter, on the first Saturday of each monih
they will hold meeting at the oSoe of Luther II01 1
ly, Esq., in Brownville, for -the puqwno .f rxstuin
in'g applicants fj certificates to teach stli'xd in
II. n. lfOB?TXS,l
A. (r. WHITE, School Exauiincr-i.
January 21st. lSd3. ti'J'.-ly
lmcricaa Stationery YTarcaiousc
JOHN J. I1ERITT,
Importer, Wholesale Stationer, l
And Sole Acent for
Windsor and Clifton Mills Premium Papers
Consisting of Corumcrcial Xotps, Letters, Bill, Le;.i'l
and Fools Caps,
No. IS Hfrkm.Tn Street. jiparNa.nj, N. Y,'-
Also, Proprietor an t Sole Aient for tha folluwing :ie.
and useiul articles:
Oliver's Patent Erasive Tin.
This Tip Is different from aay heretofore made, bein
easily fitted to any pencil. It is manufactured iron.
Vulcanized Rubber of tbe best erasive quality; can bit
readiiy changed from one peicil to another i and i.-
sold at an extremely low price. It is the most desira
ble article of the kind in the market.
Burnet's Patent Rubber Inkstand & line'.
an ouake inkstand, preserving Ink from the decuuipo.
sing eueci or ngui. -
Green's Patent Ink-Eraser and Paper-"
. ...... Cleaner,
the best article made for rubbing ont pctwil-mark'. ar
complishing tbe work in one half the iie of ordinary
The Patent Combination Paper-Cotter
a new and useful article, combining the use of two in
Piatt's Patent Portable Crprinz Press,
a light, cheap, and useful article.
i.leritt&. Crown's Viz Pen . ....
a very superior steel-pen, made and selected with tha
greatest care, put up two dozen in a box, six boxes en
closed in another neatly finished box, the most conven.
lut snape possible for retailing.
1 he 4Crais Miro!cope' 1 j
magnlfles small objects 10,000 times : is so simple tt it
a child may use it ; is an endless source of amusement
and instruction to young and old. Retails for $2.
Beautiful moimte l objects, suitable for tbe microoo j'o
are furnished at $1,60 per doz. retail.
I havejust received a fall and complete assortment of
Arnold's Writing Fluid.
All orders will receiee prompt and careful attenth-n.
Call and examine one of the largest and best assorted
stocks of Stationery in the United St-ates.
JOHN J. HE22ITT,
n39-3m lSBMKman-at.. New lurk.
AttarlimAnt Wnttnn 1
t. a. Dorsey, PlalntiX, ) Before Jesse John, a Jus!lc-rf
JohnR. Davis, Deft, i County. Nebrnk Terrinrv. .
v the Peace In and for Nmh
On the 28th day of April, a. D.. 1863. aaid Juetira
lssuel an order of attachment In the above action, for
tne sum of twenty-five dollars and eighty. Ave cents. .
C. ti. DOR3UT.
Brownville. May 11th, 186. n43-4w-13
W.H. Dunbar, Public Adminis
trator of Atchison County,
state or Missouri,
In the Prrbate Court
of Xeniaha. County,
The unknown heirs and legal
Representatives of August i
To the unknown heirs and lenat representative. t
August Ockle, deceased you areJieratv nutiiioil that
said Administrator Hied la the Probate Court of ail
county f Nemaha, Nebraska Territory, his petition as
said Administrator, for the sale 0 tbe following .).
cribed real estai e. of which said decedent died, seized,
to-wit: The east half of the northeast quarter of sec
tion number nine (9,) township number four (4 ) norta
of rangenumber thirteen (13,) east of the sixth prin
cipal meridian in Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory
we trojmcui ui mi ueuis aou ecarges or Adminis
tration against said estate. Ordered that the pryer of
said petition Is hereby setfor Bearing ort the 20th dsv
of June, A. D. 1S63, at ten o'clock, A. U., or aa -,it
thereafter as council can be heard.
Witness my hand and tha sal of aid mart. ti,i. 1
dayof Jtay, A-D.,1863. C. W. WUKELIR.
n47-4w-$6,60 Probate Jaja.
TIXADQrAaTKaS CO.MPA!ff "C "
camp CottoswoodSprihos. Nedbaska,
Alar 21st. lSdJ
Special Order, No. 3. . .
It having been reliably brought to my notice that
persons engaged in keeping R inches and stores alonj
tbe road, and persons passing over the roid, have been
In the habit of furnishing whisky to tfie Julians, there- "
by committing a very grave criminal off ence
I now now notify alt such persons, that thev mnt :
immediately discontinue-such trafto;. and if thU p.-ac.
tice is persisted in. in a single Instance, I will promai .
ly and severely puuish the offauder.
By oruer of , T. W. BEDFOEI7, .
Captain 2J Nebraska Cavalry,
Commanding Co. "C.'f
I. P. HErTf, Post Adjutant.
JfASTEIt'S SALE. -
Ib purKoanceof a decretal ordpr mid b ih miru-V
Court in ami or Nemaha Couo'.v. Nebraii Trrifnr
sittii.g in Chancery, bearing d.te Mar i3:h - tsfil 1.. .
ceTtain ean.ne pending in said Court, wheriri BnjcniK
G. Cooper is compTairrant and Jnrumm Ilr,vr t i -
are respondetitu, t will on Tnemtay, July 7th, 13, at
10 o'clock, a.m., in front of Den's Haiiia Brownville,
ia said county, beio the place whers said enrt i
last held, effer for sale to the hiehest .ii..r . .k
tbe following described premise t.)-wit Th nnh'',
west quarter of sectjon Uamber twenty, nine, township
number four, north of ramre number flrt. ... ik.
sixth principal meridian in Nemaha fl-.nnt. vk.--.
nia.6v.(i 30 Master in Cblucenr,
Io pursuance of a decretal order nude by the District
Court In and for Nemaha County, Nebrak Territory
sitting in Chancery, bearing date May 23;a, 12 ia
cerUin cause pending in said curt, wherein 2njamin
G. Cooper is complainant, and Edward M. JfcComas et
al, are defendants, I will on Tnes1ay. Jo!y Ttl, 1S63
at 10 o'clock a. M in front of Den's HjM, la Brown
ville, in said county, beinj the place where sai l conrt
waa last held, offer for sale to the hi';het M-tier f-r'
cash, tbe following described premises, to-wit : Th
northwest quarter of section number twenty-nine,
township number four, north of ranse nnmber iirten,
east of the sixth prfncipal meridian, tn Nebrka Terri
tory. JAMES Si BEDFORD.
n48 Sw -$ 1 SO . Mator in Chstirery. .
Notice i3 hereoj given tbat apytication has boetf
maJe for letters testamenttrr on the estate of JJirt
8tambo, and that the Probate Jud9 ha set
day the 15th day rf Juco, A. D. 1433, at 2 oVIfk
P. fjlr heariuj, and r roof of will. All pornoas
interested are hereby noti3-!.l then an l tUera to ap-"
Pear- , ...
CllARLES F. WALTFIER, Prdafo Ju.!5e.
This notice to be published ia the Nebraska Ad
vertise. ' .
Falls City, May 12th, 1363. n4f-4-$2.50. .
r'lTIig'CTJ t&s Oo.,
w!t . t .t,r -e ijwvt. tie:T
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- . : i v. f-ra n-l v.-cfcutal ,T--
) Km and Plewenag Piams, JeJ, fc 5. n!i-r'
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