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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1864)
W.NVILLfe, THUliSDAY, KAY S, 1SS4.
C. 21. SCRITLN,
.At. ADTETl8IRO AOEXT. and !'. CT in
Bool, ni Colored ink of the Best Quality
? Dearborn treet, Chicago, Illinois, Uourtn
: agent for tbe Advertiser and Tarmer.
m TATIf AKD FOHXICH XEWSPAPTS. Al-
nre Acekct, Broadway, Xew Tort, are
orited agents for the Advert iter And Tamer.
jot, coe co
ETTtisa Agixts, And Dealer in Inks and
- Material of All kind, Once ribnne Building,
t And Brown Iron Building rtlladelpnia,
t ulhorized agents fur the Advert iter and Far-
LOCAL NOTICES TEN
CENTS A LINE! CASH !J
H. Marsh has on hand a large lot
nold's Superior Wriiinj Fluid, it
test in use.
would call attention to tbe adver
:nt of Miss E. L. Harris, Milliner
ess-maler, in another column.
r. Cbas. F. Stewart las just returned
i Cincinnati, where he has been at-
ourse of 'medical lectures tbe
ic; a c
. entioa is invited to tbe Adrertiss
for 'Sealed Proposals' for Luildinrj
at or near Loug's Bridge.' We
.Lore v.iil le a general interest felt
3 matter, as it is a great public con
.i-i-ibcr -the election for Mayor of
y comes cfT next Monday. S. Pt.
- u has declined. Every citizen of
.ville thould feel enough interest
matter to "come out and vote.
weather for the past week has
warm and pleasant. The nights
al, and Monday night was especial
with a rrctty heavy frost. Tbe
:s arc beginii.g to assume a very
-i. T. Den has just received a fine
: Summer Clothing and Summer
and will receive, per steamer Glas
a choice let of dried Apples and
,,cs. Den's Stoves and Tinware are
;ting great attention, for durability
heapness they are unrivalled.
pwards of forty wagons, in tAVO trains,
ed through our city on Monday last.
Tuesday u train of twelve wagons
2d throcgh. They were bound for
a. Quite a number of emigrants
camped ion the opposite side of the
r, and some on this side waiting for
s, and outfitting- at this place.
r. Lawrence is still engaged in re
ng to health end vigor all who call
:m with diseased eyes. His success
e best test of ability. He has com
ply mastered the eye, and his cures
been almost miraculous. He is now
ingattbe Brownville House, where
sy be consulted free of charge.
temyer &. Robison's stock of Boots
Loes we hear spoken of by everybo
the best that basever been brought
;s place, and know, from actual
edge, that their prices are as low
y can be afforded anywhere. The
, especially, cannot help but be
, as their stock of ladies', misses'
ren's shoes is very extensive.
learn from Lieut. Pollock, of the
relraska" that the "Old First" is
?.in't3, armed, equipped and paid
avalry Rogimcnt. He has been in
iha all winter cn Recruiting Ser
r.d in connection with Lieut. Don
f the same Regiment, has enlisted
:e "hundred men. They will still
! on recruiting service. Lieut.
will divide his time between this
snd Nflraska City, and any man
ants to enlist, will call on him,
he can get all needful information.
-aughlin &. Swan have 'dried up'
liquor trade, and have extended
vlving room to suit their growing
d tbe increasing demand. They
ive, in a few days, a large stock
groceries in addition to v,hat they
.re on hand.
:e .writing the above they have
ed a large supply of Hardware and
7, . Mining implements, &.c, &x.
re assured they will keep their
up to the demand, and for prices
uality you cannot do better than
irrepressible Dr. Gwin has just
d a portion of his coming stock.
s a large assortment of the finest
ever offered in the western market,
i fine lot of Looking-glasses and
s; paint, white-wash and other
s ; lanterns and blacking ; perf urn
A fiih-hooks, hair-cil and essence
-e paints and canned peaches;
nd candy, and most anything
i desire in the Drug, Cutlery or
7 line can be had at his store. He
of the finest table cutlery it has
-en our pleasure to see, silver
spoons, &,c, in quality and price
Call and see him, you cannot
-IshaniiReaTis, senior partner cf the
firm of Rcavis & Tovrle, Lawyers, at
Falls City, has just returned from Wash-in-toa
City, where he has been perfect
ing arrangements for establishing a
National Claim Agency in Nebraska, and
has secured a copartnership with Harvey
& Collins, of Washington. All claims
against the Government can thus be at
tended to with promptness and dispatch
by Messrs. Reavis &, Tovrle. All those
who have lost hcrses in the service of
Government will do well to call on them,
and all other claims will receive immedi
ate attention. See their advertisement
in another column.
THE TWO BABIES.
A good story is related of our honest,
good natured old friend S . 'In the
course of human e vents," S 's wife
was blessed with a baby, which of course
was in raptures, as he was in. duty
bound to be, and traggpd considerably
about his boy among his friends. One
day, as he was going borne to dinner,
he was overtaken near his door by a
waish neighbor, whome he invited to
see the prodigy.
P demurred, alleging that he was
in somewhat of a hurry was co judge
of the article, etc. but S would not
"Oh, come in," said he, "and I'll show
you something that'll cpen your eyes;
come, come along, don't be afraid.
Thus urged, P consented, and in
tby walked. Mrs. S was appar
ently adscnt, but in one corner stood the
cradle, in which was ensconced and fast
asleep S 's future hopes.
"There." said he. crentlv drawing
down the xuilt, "there's a boy for you!1'
Saying which, he gently lifted the
slumbcrer out in doth hands continued
"Talk about your boys let 'am get up
and beai this. What dy'e think cf him,
isn't he a specimen ? Teat'jl do prettty
well for new beginers, wanr it, eh?"
At this moment Mrs. S entered a
"Why, S !" said she, "that isn't
our baby Mrs. Soand So's." (their
next-door neighbor.) "She wanted me
to take cere of it a moment while sha
S was completely bewildered.
"Isn't this ours?" he inquired; inocent
ly, looking first at his wife and then at
P , who stood ready to burst with
"No," said Mrs. S , decidedly.
"Here is ours," she continued, bringing
from an adjoining room another infant
-Well. I declare," said S .looking
first at one and then at the other, "who'd
have thought I could have made such a
mistake?" Harper's Monthly.
We were misinformed last week in
regard to the shooting affray at Falls
City, and deem it but just to state that
Mr. Reavis was not engaged. An ac
count given by the Falls City Broad' Axe
of it may be found in another column.
The Heralds Harper Ferry dispatch
reports a spirited engagement between
a detachment cf the 1st New York cav
alry and three or four hundred rebels, at
Newtown near Strausburg.
The Senate Military committee have
agreed -on an appropriation of 20,000,
000 for the payment of the 100 days vol
unteers. Garabaldi arrived in London on the
11th ult.. and met with a tremendious
Governor Bramlctte, cf Kentucky, ten
ders to the Government 20,000 three
months men. They are on and adjacent
to the very field where they will be most
wanted. - . . -
A letter sent to Sinator Wilson rela
tive to the For' Pillow massacre, gives
prominence to -the important fact that
several negroes who had been hid were
shot while the flag of truce was flying,
in endeavoring to go on board the Platte
Governor Evens, of Colorado Territory
has issued a proclamation for an election
of delegates to a Constitutional Conven
tion, on tbe first Monday of June, to
frame a Constitution preparatory to ad
mission into the Union.
Wholesale and Retail
will tell them as low as any nouaii tt. ti"5SrV
Main Street, Brownville.
Avers Cathartic Pills
mEITMYER & IIOBISON.
TTE call the Attention cf toe Ladies and Gentleman
of B rovn ville and vicinity to oar new stock ef
Coots and Shoes, Gallery Cal
xnorals, Lace i:oots, PoIlLa
SIiocs and Jauay
Coys SIIss", Cliildren and Infants
a xs: o X3-o
Jnrt Beired, which we nill sell as cheap for the
cast as any bouse tn the West.
BOOTS AND SHOES SIADE TO ORDER
In the very latest tyles. We warrant all our work to
give sAtUf action, lor we emi'loy none but tho teste!
wcTkmea - -
LEATHER S SHOE-FINDINGS.
For fii'.e, and every thing fcelonsirig to the trail.
We return oir thanks to the public for past favors
ana by Ftrict attentiou to our business hope to merit
that liberal patronage b?stc-eJ npoti us tipretofore .
Uear in ruiud that our motto if the "2C13IBLE PEKXT. '
Q-COME AND SEE TJS.-C2
Z?lLorprxirixa.c; of rvXl TZIti els
Done on short uotice ia a neat workman -like manner.
EUElirVER L. ROBINSON,
April 23, 1364. n34-v8-yly
E. H. BUKGHES,
I have lonr since been co avinced of the want of a Cr
class Nursery in the West, where
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, &c
Can be adapted to our climite and soli. In view ot
these Liois, I have established ic this pla; e, and oSei
for sale at
vHiolesale or Eetail,
A larpe and well selected stock, suited to this climal
Arples, standard and dwarf Tears, standard and dwarf ,
Cherries, standard and dwarf;
Ornamental Trees. -Greenhouse
aud Bedding Plants, etc., etc.
To which I would be? leave to call the attention of tht
people of Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Iowa And North
53-My terms will be as low as Any reliable eastern
By purchasing of me the expense of transportatioi
from tbe east can be saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled and packed
in the best manner, for which a charge of the actual cost
will be made. No charge will be made for the deUvery
of packages on board steamboats.
All communications addressed to the undersigned
111 receive prompt attention.
JIarct. 18S3. K. H. BOLCHKS.
THE HAltP OF FUEEUOM.
Now ready, a new and superior collection of 27
Anti-Slavery, Patriotic, and "Contraband" eongs,
solos, duets, quartet?, and choruses. Most of the
Poetry and Music has been written express'y for
this work, to correspond with the times, and Ehouid
be sung by the million, in order to awaken a deep
interest in behalf of the 'Contrabands," whom God,
in his providence, bSs cast upon the Free Korth to
clothe and educate.
CONTENTS, IT WET.
Tair Freedom's Morn has dawned at last:"
"Break the Chains, orw- Emancipating Sword ;"
"Frcmoutis Marching on, or, Glory Hallelujah'
"Oh 1 Eelp the Contrabands';" "Old John Brown's
Song;" -"Song of the 'Contrabands';" "O Let iny
Peopie Go :" "Parody on the Song of the Contra
band.?' "Where Liberty Dwells is my country f
'When Slavery dies there'll be Freedom;" "Wake,
Frecmea, Uod has spoken;" "Whittier's suppressed
Song cf Freedom," etc.
Price only 5 cents single, 50 eents per doien, $3
per 100 ; postatrc 1 cent.
HORACE WATERS, Publisher.
n41-ly 5eTf York.4SI Broadway.
WM. H. lEcOHEEItT,
Cash Wholesale ami Retail Dealer in
3D) XJ C2r SJ 9
MEDICINES 'AND CHEMICALS.
Paints, Oils aud Dye Stuff,
rurc Liquors for Medical Purposes,
All Kinds of Patent Jletlicines,
DEXTAL AXD FAXCY GOODS,
Elcmli Bo olis and Stationery,
The best brands of trbewing and Smoking
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
InTira o:T txll Colors.
PEnrmmiY and toii,et goods,
He an3ures his pairon3, and the putlia g'jr.trally,
he will keep on hand an extensive stock of the ar
ticics mentioned, beside? anything and everything
usually kept in a fir.-t ch.sn Drug' St ore, wlii-h he
is prepared to sell at low rates for Cash. Call and
ciaiiiiie for yours -.'If
South-east Corner Main and First Streets
Prescriptions and Grdcrs
Carefully tiled at all hours.
Mreh Tlst, Ci. tSO-vS Cm
In the foutheast corner of Nemaha County two
and half miles below Aspinwall, an estray mare
ahcut throe years old; she has mark? of the collar
fad lie. Ilcr color ia a light bay; Kind feet are
white, with a black ppt't on the in?ida of the left
foot reaching to the hocf; a email white spoin her
forehead: main and tail black; had a short rope
around her neck. Any person proving property
and paying charges can hae. her. . .
, WILLIAM BARS ABT.
All interested will take notice, that there will be
a final rcttlement iritb the AdministratcT of the
estate of James IL Johnson deceased on Thursday
the 1 9th day of May, A. D. 1S64.
Gives nnder my haid at my office in Beatrice,
Gage county Nebraska, on this the 11th day of
Aful A. D. mi. - ALBERT TOWLE.
no32-8-5t-$350 Probate Judge.
SABBATH SCHOOL DELL NO. 2.
75,000 Copies Sold ths First 12
Uontbs cf its Publication.
It is an entire New Work, of nearly 209 pages.
llany of the Tones and Hymns were written ex
pressly for this volume. It will soon be as popular
as its predecessor, (Bell No. 1 ) which has run up to
the enormous number of 575,000 copies in 35 months,
outstripping any Sunday School Book of its site is
sued in this country. Also, both volumes are bound
in one to accommodate schools wishing them in that
form. Prices of Bell Nik 2, paper covers, 15 cents,
$12 per 10D. Bound,2a cents, $13 per 100. Cloth
bound embossed gilt, 30 cents, Z2 per 100. Bell So.
1, paper covers, 12 cents, $10 per 100. Bound 20
ecnts, f IS per 100. Cloth bound embossed gilt, 25
cents, $20 per 100. Bulls Nos. 1 and 2 bound to
gether 40 cents, 30 p.;r hundred. 25 copies fur
nished at the IdO price. Cloth bound embossed
gilt, 50 cents, $40 per 100. Mail postage free at
the retail price.
UORACE WATERS, Publisher,.
n41-ly 2Co.431 Broadway, New York.
Not'we is hereby irn that I will sell to thahigh
est bidder for ca3h, the. following real estate, t-wit
The southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of
section 13, town 5 range 15, except a tier of blocks
eold off the east side. Also, a strip off. th- east side
of the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter
of same sectiun sufficiant to make in all 40 acres.
sale to take place in Brownville, Monday, May 2
at 10 o'cloch.A.M.
Aministratrix of the estate of I. '. KelW.
' LEGAL NOTICE, .i?- '
To Stephen Wilkinson and Hiram P. Bennett, yon
are hereby notified that there has been this day tied
in the cEce of the clerk of the District Court in
and for the County of Nemaha and territory cf Ne
braska, the petition of William McMillan, against
yon, together with Stephen Lyon, Oelia Bennett,
John P. Bennett, Eliaha Bennett, Joseph Bennett,
and the heirs of Win. Bennett, Deceased, in
which he claims of yoa the said Stephen Wilkin
son, the foreclosure of a certain deed of trust, exe
cuted by yon on the first day cf May a 1S53, to
Wm. Bennett, for the ns of said complainant, to
secure to said complainant the payment of the sum
of two hundred and eighty dollars with interest
thereon, from maturity at the rate of five per cent
month, due in one year from the date cf aid deed:
conveying as security for the payment of said sum
of monej the northeast quarter of southeast quar
ter and the south Balf cf the southwest quarter and
the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of
sec. No. one, in Township No six, North of range 14,
in Nemaha County Nebraska. And asking thatynu
tbe said Hiram P. Bennett be forever barred from
claiming cr holding any interest in said premises,
as one of the heirs of Wm. Bennett, deceased.
And that unless you answer said petition on or
before the j3d day ofMay, A. b 1834, the allega
tions therein will be taken as confessed against you,
and a decree rendered therein, in accordance with
the prayer of said petition.
Solicitor for C mp!uinaDt.
Ordered that the above notice be published in tbe
Nebraska Advertiser for four ronsecmive weeks.
B. STEEETER Clerk.
By J. D. N . TnoMrsox Deputy.
He, Neb, March 0,1804. No 31 4 w. 5
SAW AXD FLOVMXG
1 M --3 - 1
WILL kee constantly on hnnd an afsortmcnt of
Estra-Snpcrfizs to Common
2j -A. T
And all other articles nsually'.kept in a first-class
Merchant Flouring or Saw Mill.
Brownville, March 31st, 64. n30-8-ly.
0 S3 "lH? 1 1
On Snnday, March 20th, 1854, a Bay Mare, four
years old, stands back on pastern joints, has letter
"W" branded on left fore shoulder. Any person
giving information of where she is, or bringing ber
to Ben. Roger's Livery Stable, in Brownville, will
be liberally rewarded.
MICHAEL FJORD EN. .
March 31st. 1SG4, 30-vS-2w-P'rt
A RETT AJSD LARGE STOCZL Of
STOVES AND HARDWARE,
FOR SPRING TRADE.
JOBCNT C. DEUSER,
JIain Street, Brownville, N. T.,
Retcrns thanlts for thepatronacebcretof ore extended
to him, and promises to supply all wants, either in
QUANTITY OB QUALITY.
Having laid in my present stock hef ore the late
rise of thirty per cent, enables me tr undersell all
who Lave to lay in their stock at present pric3S. .
My stores are all from St. Ljuis, anil manufactur
ed from Missouri iron which is pronounce! to be
the best iron now known.
TOE LATE AND IMPRONED PATTERNS;
Cubits I eeriest. Elevated Ovens,
Superior, tcIOen Era,
H'exv Era, &c.
HE FURTHER CALUS THE ATTENTION
TO HIS LARGE STOCK CF
HEAVY SHEET IRON,
FOR SUGAR BOILERS ; ALSO HIS
LARGE CAST 1RO KETTLES.
FROM 10 TO 25 GALLONS.
A TARIETT OF CHEAP
LAUD AND COAL OIL LAHPS
Ot New ajidJJeautiful Patterns; Lamp Chimneys,
Shade. &c. Brass, Copper, and Sheet
Ironware; Lanterns. S'hovei
ana JapanneC Ware.
A LARGE QUANTITY OF
Tin, Stone Si Glass Self-Sealing Fruit Cans
VERY NICE AND COXYENTENTFOS
those desiring to put
A LARGE QUANTITY OF
li-OTiTiOW iJVJ XXXI,
OF EVERY DESIRABLE ARTICLE.
THE ATTENTION OF
FREIGHTERS AND OTHERS
IS DDilECTED TO niS;
COOKING SKILLETS, OYEXS, dc-
Guttering and Sponting.
He is prepared tput cp pntterin? andspoutinf:, and
all rtha work uf hi6 line at the Bhortest notice, and in
a workmnlilte maimer, which he warrants to give nat
tisf action. , . vS-uJ-1
I have left with C. G. Dorsey, Esq Erownville
all the borks, papers and accounts in any way con.
nectedwith the advertiser oe front it commence
ment to my withdrawal, He is faSy empowered to
act 83 my a ent. Tbmo havicjf nrr?ctaed accounts
will save trouble by calling on Ur.D. ioon.
R. W, FIT.NaS.
Buwnville, March 2, 1S51. no 23.
,1SD TTAG0N IIAEES.,' : .
D. A. CONSTABLE,
ST. JOSEPH, SO.,
HAS ON TIAND AND FOR SALE A LARGS"
AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
O AST X 1ST Gr r
HORSE NAILS, NAIL-RODS.
HORSE AND MULE SHOES, ANVILS, -SPRINGS,
AXELS. VICES, THIMBLE SKEINS
CnALNS, WAGON BOXES, SCKEW PLATES
' FILES, RASPS, WRENCHES.
SLEDGE HAMMERS, HANI) HAMMERS,
SHOEING HAMMERS. PINCHERS,
NUTS, HARROW TEETH,
WELL WHEELS, AC, AC, XC?
WOODWOEKS ! .
HUES, SPOKES. FELLOWS.
WAGON ROnS, SHAFTS, POLES,
AXE S, HOUNDS.
AXE HANDLE BROOM HANDLES,
PLOW NDLES. Ac.
ALSO AGKXT? F " THE SALE OF
r ihtaiiks. C LE s,
HAVING LAID IN A LARGE ST OCR
OF THE ABOVE GOODS,
DIRECT FROM THE
EErORE THE RISE,
I AM ENABLED TO SELL TO
THE TRADE AT PRICES THAT
JKSend In Your Scrap Iroii.5
One Dollar Saved i Equal to two Dol
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR WROUGHT
SCRAP IRON AT
IRON AND STEEL TVlBXnOUSE.
ST, JOSEPH, MO
For the Year 18CL
DAILY, TM-TOEKLY &' WEEKLY
The war drama is approachinj its highest point of
interest. This year will probably conumate the
Doom of the Rebellion, witness the National Gov
ernment restored in tho fallen States, tbe?e regen
erated, and Slavery obliterated from the land I The
events of '61 will be amon the mostraomentou"in
the History of the Country, and doubtless will in
clude the return cf Peace, and the entrance cf
America upon a new career bf unparalleled jrreat
ness and prosperity. With Labor vindicated from
the reproach of serfdom, the People will stand up
on a higher platform of intelligence and power, and
feel a still profounder interest in all the details of
the progress of their own and other lands. Mbe old
world is entering upon a new series of commotions,
to trruiinate in the triumph cf Democracy beyond
tbe Atlantic ; while emigration to America will
acquire a new and tremendous impetus, augmenting
immensely cur produc tive power.
The .sttring events of the times will be graphical
ly depL-rcd in the cjIotu? of tbo Democrat, which
we are r; solved to icrdzr more valuable anl at
tractive than ever as a faUhfiil
LUrrcr cf Passing Hist cry.
Inspired by the spirit cf Democracy acknow
kJu'iiig no leader but Truth The Mis?yrr.i Deh
ojk at will continue to bo solely tho Organ of the
People, and prompt to denounca and repudiate any
1'ul'tical or military aspirant whj seeks to betray
In addition to our War Nws, we thall continue
in our Weekly paper tho Weekly News Summary,
and also an abstract of the proceedings of Congress
and of the Proceedings of Legislatures cf Missouri
and Liinc-i. ..
Our Tii-Weokly, will contain as heretofore-all
the Important News, Local and Commercial Reports
of the Daily.
THE DAILY DEMCR AT
Shall ntbt excelled by any paper in tbe est 1
We h:tvc improved oar arrangements for full
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41 and 13 Locust street, St. Lori3, Mo.
NOTICE TO TEACIIEHS.
The undersigned, Board of Examiners hold their
meetings far the purpose of examining School Teach:
er3, on the r?t Saturday of each nunith, at 2 o'clock
P M, at tho office ef E. W. Thomas. All teachers
are required te have, a certificate from the Duard
previous to the commencement of their school.
'A. G. WHITE. 1
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Garden Scod fcr 10G-i. 1 r ;
Uy Catalogue, embracing over 200 rarietie ef
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March 10,1554. no 2S,2w
ORDER IJ0. 2.
AtwrTAM Get sal's Ornrx, J
Omaha, Neb March , ISf i.
AH persons who do not belong to a rfTilar cr
ganiied military company and meet fcr dnll accor
ding to the laws of tiie Territory, and who have ia
their possession any anna, or equipment of any de
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the parti ss hereinafter designs Ud, to-wit:
All persons in IichardsoL Co to JuJge E.S. Dund v,
" Pawnee A Gage Hon. D. O. Eutler
C G. Dwj,'
Go!. O. P. Mason,
noa. J. E. Doom,
Col. J. Q. Gos
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Furt i. Cumirg
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it subject ia Its vtler of tb Gr-vernor.
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