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BROWN VILLE,T11CRSDAY SEPT. 1,1831.
roa YICE PRESIDENT
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
P. W. HITCHCOCK.
Haricg disposed of all tnterett in the
Advertiser, this uumber will close my
connection with the paper. Firmly be
lievisgthat the principles of the Repub
lican party are founded in truth and jus
tice that the welfare of the County, and
the perpetuity cf our boasted free
inttitutions depended on their bein
maintained, I hare endeavored to male
the Advertiser an exponent of those prin
ciples. Since the out brake cf the pre
cnt wicked rebellion, the Advertiser has
counselled the co-operation of all men
and parties in supporting the Adminis
tration in its fforts to prosecute the War,
believing; that all minor political differ
ences should be ignored by patriots, and
the undivided energy of the nation direct
to the preservation of the union and the
enforcement cf the Laws.
For the past nine months Sir. J. L.
Cotnirr his been associated with me in
conducting the paper. We hare endeav
credjto make it worthy of the support of
ourpaircns, and to advance the interests
of our Town, County and Teiritory. To
our numerous friends who hart aided us
in sustaining the Advertiser we ratum
cur sincere thanks
Capt. Miller, the future Editor and
proprietor, is a youn j man of energy and
ability. H has devoted three years to
bis country in the capacity of a soldier.
He entered the service as a piivate and
his promotion to the position of Captain is
highly coraplimentatory to a man so young,
and evidence of more than ordinary ability-
I hone the citizens of tl t County will
continue to sustain the Adxxriisr, as
thsy have done heretofore. The sub
scription List should be larger increased.
Now, at the commencement of the vol
ume, is the best time to subscribe. The
coming campaign will be an exciting one;
the action of the army, during the com
ing fall must be of unusual importance:
and the "signs of the times," foreshadow
events af vast interest to the county.
Consequently every intelligent man who
desires to keep posted cn passing events
abould tale the paper.
With best wishes to the citizens of
Nemaha, I remain, your Obedient Ser
T!. T. R. Fi$t.
My connection with the Advertiser has
bcea "short and sweet." In conducting
it I have steadily upheld first the Law and
econd the Administration in. its every
effort to crush out treason. I have wished
for no peacenor never shall save total
submission on the part of the South and
the utter extinction ef slavery.
I have found some warm friends dur
ing this period whom I am happy to thank
for their maDy acts cf kindness. In
conclusion I would respectfully, aud in an
editorial way, say, tp those who are square
cnour books. "Farwell!" to those who
are not I would defer that sad parting until
it can be done on a receipt in full, when
til -hall have the best wishes of tha
JOH5 L. CoLLAJT.
The impression has prevailed general
ly that the Indians, in their depredations
ca our frontier, were assisted by gueril
las and bushwhackers, but this is doubtless
a mistake, for two reasons: first, it ren
ders insecure and dangerous the most av
ailable read by which secesh can hope
to escape the draft; second, the telegraph
wires have never been disturbed since
the outbreak. It is gratifying to us to
believe that such is the case, as there are
still a few latani traits cf humanity to be
found ia Indian character ; but total de
pravity is the only standard by which to
estimate bushwhackers and guerrillas,
ts the mass of thiza are so far below
tero cn that standard, tb&t nothing but
the hottcit fires of bell could thaw them
into deceant devils.
We see by reports from Chicago that
John Cochrane, the nominee for Vice
President on the Fremont ticket, is at
Chicago, caucusing with Vallandinghim,
Fernando Wood, Seymour and copper
heads generally. It is very likely that
the Copperhead having besmeared his
party with its slimy praise will cow at
tempt to swallow it body and soul; and has
commenced at tht dirtiest en4.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Many needed improvements are going
forward in cur City. The .bridge c
Main street is cow in good order and
substantial The Calaboose is nearly
completed, and will doubtless Co much for
the quiet and order of our City. The
pavement of the sidewalks on Main
street is going forward briskly, and new
business and dwelling house are going up
in many pcrtions of our city.
We have resided in Birovrnville since
the Spring of '&, and can safely say.
without fear f contradiction, that never,
since that period, have the prospects of
Brownville been so good as at present.
Business of all kinds is flourishing, and
the business and dwelling houses erected
this season are of a more substantial
character than those erected heretofore.
giving to our city an appearance of per
manence and solidity cot gene ally seen
in the West.
Another fact worthy of mention here,
is, that eur county, with regtrd to wealth
and population engaged in agriculture, is
steadily increasing, and is in advance of
eur cities, arguing a healthy and psrtnt
nent condition of both. Crops last year
were good, while this year will be a fair
Average; produce of all kinds brings good
prices ; the effects of this may be seen
all over the county, in the vigor which
is manifest despite the large drain upon
our population for the army in the new
dwellings, barns, wagons, improved fann
ing impliments, and in fact everything
bears the- impress of progress and stabili
ty. And what is strip more to the honor
of our population, in both city and county,
it is loysl to the core. With all these
"necessary qualifications" although our
supervision and public criticism of its
affairs ceases with this number of the
Advertiser we leave it, never doubting
but that it will triumph over all obstacles
to its progress.
THE CHICAGO CONVENTION.
This conglomeration of diverse el
ements is now in session. At time of
going to Press, we have seen but lit
tle of its proceedings The conven
tion was organized by making ex-sen
ator Bigler of Pensjlvania temporary
Chairman. We have seen many of
the speeches made previous to the or-
ganzation. Nearly all advocated im
mediate peace with tha rebels, A
large portion of the "peace men' uni ted
with the "policy men" in snpport
of McClellan, but others were intense
ly hostile to him. One orator declar
ed ht never would 6upport a man who
had aided to kill so many thousands
of good southern Democrats. Anoth
er orator was asked if he would sup
port McClellan if nominated. He re
plied by asking the crowd if they
would support Lincoln should the
Convention nominate him V Cries of
No! No!" "Neither will I support
the dog who has done LincoldY bid-
As a specimen of the treasonable
sentiments expressed, we have only
room for the following extract by the
infamous Capt. Rynders :
"He said he had always been for
peace, even before the first gun was
fired. He had denounced the unholy
crusade against oar southern breth
eren before the first regiment moved
south. He saw the inevitable result
of war the waste, and blood, and
tears it would entail, and to this day
he could say, apd be said it with pride,
that he had never said one word against
the brave, noble, generous, chivalrous
people of the south, ancThe trusted in
God he never would. Nearly half a
million of those noblemen had fallen
in bloody graves, but they remain un
conquered. Cheers. They can nev
er be subdued, as they are a part of
our own flesh and , blood. Loud ap
plause. Millions more of men may
be torn from their homes to'fall in the
fight, but the task will fail as it ought
"Those who count npon a division
of the Democratic party, will be dis
ay pointed. We are one and all for
peace, and with this magic word upon
our banner we shall sweep over the
course, rnd roll into oblivion the black,
negro-loving, negro-hugging, worship
pers of old Abe Lincoln."
We learn, Irom late European news,
that Nepoleon has just informed Mr. Sli
de 11 ihat be weuld never recognize the
rebel Slates, (even should they achieve
their independence de facto), unless they
determine to abolish slavery and engage
that all the children born of slave parents
shall be free, and that "slavery shall be
totally abolished and cease within ten
years from the date of recognition." If
this be true it will be a stunner to the
hopes of the South.
The following letter from Col. R. W.
Furnas, Agent of the Omaha Indians,
giving an account cf a fight between the
Sioux and Winnebagoes, near Onawa,
Iowa, we find in the Omaha Republican
of the 27th :
"On Wednesday, the Gieux made an
attack, killing eleven Winnebigo I ad iacs,
and wounding dangerously another.
The Omahas are just getticg in faun
their hunt. They have been harrassed
by the hostile Indians and several of
them killed." ,
The hostile Indians who have uid-
denly appeared here are Sauntee Sioux, j
and made their appearance ob the Iowa
side of the river! of course where we
would least expect them. The Omahas
were not at home, and the Winnebagoes
having no horses and but a few, and
very ludiffertut arms, (they were all dis
armed ly the military authorities at
Vancton, Dacotah, as they came down
in the winter,) were unable to follow to
any purpose. They succeeded in killing
one Sioux, and they think wounding sev
eral othtrs. The number is variously
estimated by the Indiaus at from 20 to
100. They have no veiy correct ideas
of numbers, and great allowance must
be made lor them. The hostile parly
wa? small, however, and the raid was
probably one of observation. I. immedi
ately had pickets put out west of usjo
wards the Elkhorn, fearing that the at
tack from towards Iowa was a reuse to
draw our attention in that direction.
Thus far, I have made no discoveries
west. I have suspended all business on
the Reserve, and all handi are engaged
in erectiDg a Black hous to
safe place for our families."
The following correspondence we pub
lish by request. The gentleman receiv
the circular, a staunch Union Democrat,
was both amused and indignant. m
Nebraska City, N. T.,
Aug. 27th, 1S64.
Sir: You are respectfully invited tQ
attend a Territorial Mass Convention, to
b held at Nebraska City, on Wednesday,
September 14ih, 1S64, for the purpose of
ratifying tne Chicago nominations for
President and Vice .President, and tne
Nebraska City nomination for Delegate
Urge your Democratic ana Conserva
tive friends to come. It is desirable for
the sucussof our cause (especially in
the Territorial canvass) that the cam
paign should be opened vigorously.
riease inform our Corresponding Sec
retary by letter henv many will come from
Very Respectfully ycurs, &c,
E. S. REED,
J. S. MORTON,
J. B. BENNETT,
Auo. F. Hakvit, Cor. Sec'y.
Brownville, N. T., )
Aug. 30ih, 1664.
Auc F. IfARvrv, Esq.,
Sir: I have just received this morning
an lnvitaticn by one of your circulars to
attend a D&mocratic Mass Meeting in
Nebraska Cityoa the 14th of September.
In . reply I wou d say. Iam, and have
been, a Democrat a true, Umou-loving
Democrat. Bat I must respectfully de
cline attending any meeting that such
Democrats as you assist in calling togeth
er. Iam astonished that you (who are
under bands to the United States far
cheering for Jeff. Davis.) should have
the impudence to invite good Union men
to attend a Copperhead meeting.
Yours in utter detestation,
R. R. 12 Miles Wist or
DuVall's BLurr8. Ark.,
August 20ih, 1S64.
Friend Fisher : Since the Clarendon
Expedition, there has nothing occuiffed
of importance to us until the sixth of thi3
month, when we received orders to march
with fire days rations. We imrodjAiely
mounted and marched to DuVall's Elufis,
end joined a Cavalry Brigade, composed
of the 3d Michigan, 9ih Iowa. 8 h and
11th Missouri, and sixty men of the 1st
Nebraska, all under command -of Cel.
Guiger of the 8th Missouri. Oa the
7th we were in the advance and ran onto
some rebels. They fird, took to
woods and Ve pursued, but as the brush
was very thick we soon lost sight of them
Shortly afterwards we struck a path, an
followinf it we soon came to a path, as
we did so we saw smoke in the woos on
the other side, and rebs mounting their
hnrP and rnnnintr for dear life. We
followed them as fast as we could, but
they scattered so that wa could not track
them. We pursued for three or four
mila Rnd then returned, bringing
with us several guns that the rebs had
dronnpd in their feurrv to escape. They
II ... .
were cooking breakfast lyljepwe disturb
ed them, and the roost of our boys made
a bountiful meal off their roast beef,
green corn and Johnny cake. Wre had
one horse shot in the shoulder. None of
eur men got hurt.
Sunday night we joined a Brigade from
Little Reck, under command of Colonel
Stewart. This Brigade had-two batteries
of Artillery, and several Regiments of
Cavalry. The whole Division was under
command of Gen. West. We marched
North and East and West, and finally on
the tenth day out, turned South, and cn
the eleventh and twelfth reached our
camps. There were several skirmishes,
but no general fight.
W. A. Folock.
THE INDIAN SCARE AT OMAHA
Is thus summed up in the Republican
of the 27th. We do not pretend to an
uausual amount of "equinimity," but
were not in the least disturbed by the
startling news from Omaha about ten
days iince. To be cautious is very gcod ;
but "too much of a good thing" often be
comes a downright evil ; in this case we
have no doubt that that portion of the
Territory has suffered much from this
It was reported en Monday night last
that a band of hostile Indians had driven
ofTa quantity of stock from Junction Is
land, about 20 miles south-west of this
city; and in the immediate vicinity of
Forest City, Sarpy county; and our au
thorities were called upon to send an ar
med ftrce in pursuit of the Indians.
On Wednesday evening a force of
about 50 mounted men, well armed, and
under the command of Capt. John Taffe
was dispcjlched by Gov. Saunders to the
scene of the reported depredations with
instructions to pursue and punisntne dep
redator, if the report should prove cor
rect, if not, ?to make a reconn'oissance
along the Elkhorn River, and return at
the direction of the commandant of the
Capt. TaffVs force reached Forest
City on Thursday, and learning that the
cattle alleged to have been driven off,
had been stampeded by the Omahas, on
their return from their annual hunt
that most of them had been recovered,
and that no hostile Indians bad been en
gaged in the affair he proceeded, with
his command, up the Elkhorn, and made
a thorough reconnoissance for several
miles in the direction of Elkhorn City.
Nothing could be heard ef any hostile In
diana; and becoming satisfied that the
alarm was the result of a mistake for
which nobor.y is seriously to blame.
Capt. T. returned, with his command to
this ciiy arriving last niht, about
The expedition has demonstrated the
fact that no hostile Indians have cs yet
mde their appearance on the North side
of the Platte River. All the troubles
which have yet occurred have taken place
on the route between Fori Kearney and
Atchison, Kansas. There they have
been of so serious a character as to com
pel the Overland Stage Company to
withdraw, their stock from the line, aud
all travel by that route, has been suspen
ded. The Stage Line between this city
and 'Fort Kearney continues in success
ful operation making its daily trips with
its accustomed regularity, arid other
travel is bein? resumed. Most of the
settlers have already returned to their
homes, at.d the residue will soon follow
their examDle. With" so much trouble
on the Atciiisou reute, it is not to be
wondered at that a feverish excitement
prevails in the Valley, and that a very
slender storv will socn assnme alarming
litre in Omaha, we have at no lime
apprehended danger from the Indians.
It is the fear that there is working, at
some point, not remote from us, a more
distardly foe, in the. shape of guerrillas.
that has caused our people to suspend
busines and organize and arm themselves
for any emergency. Let that organize
lion be perfect, and let us not relax one
iota of our viinlatiee for tbe Jangtr
from the last named source is as iraim.
nent as at any previous moment
Volume IX. 1064..
Published every Thursday, at Brownville,
By W. II. Miller.
Having made arrargsments to take
charge of this paper at the commence
ment of the ninth volume, Sept. 4, 1 5.01,
I am determined to make it one of the
beat Journals in the Territory, and wor
thy of the liberal patronage i: has al
Irwill be conducted upon a sound War
Platform, "equally uncompromising with
i-RebeJs, Guerrillas, .and Jayha.wkers,
and anticipating peace only when it can
be obtained on principles honorable to
the General Government otxl such as
will restore law ana order to our country.
As a newspaper, The AcvrimsEti
shall not b excel!ad by any in the Ter
ritory, as this phce affords every facility
for' obtaining new; ind I am de
termined to spare no eCorf that would im
prove it and render it more acceptable
to the community in which it circulates.
As an advertising mediu-n, The Ad
vEnTisra stands equal to any. It is the
only paper in this part of the Territory ;
and with a large arid increasing subscrip
tion list it has peculiar advantages, and
offers grrat inducements to thosa wish
ing to advertise.
On copy one year
All Club rates abandoned.
All subscription, must invariable
paid in advance.
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2 1 oa
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Yearly advertisements quarterly in ailrar.ee.
"AUlkinJi of Job, BvKik and Card printing, done in
the beit style on short notice and reasonable terms:
W. n. MILLER, Publisher.
The New York World of the 22d sayi:
Gen. Grant's strategy in the moveraenu
of last week do him a great deal of
credit. He seems to have thoroughly de
ceived Lee as to hii inuntions.
The result so far has been that the
Weldon road has been reached for tbe
first time since the fighting near Peters
burg began, and that it is nov held by
the 5th and the 9th corps in force. This
is a very important advantage if retain
ed, as it cuts off permanently one of the
fjreat rebel lines of communication south.
The whole object of the fighting to cap
ture Petersburg was to ge: possession of
that line, togeuer with aha junction of
the read to Lynchburg.
A correspondent writing of tho meet-
132 oi peace miscreants ai oyracuse.
?ays it was a noticeable fact mat the
two national fogs f stars and stripes,
which had been brought for decency'
sake, and placed on tht stand, u'ere
taktn down by the committee during the
reading of the resolutions, and thrown
behind the platform ! There was a rart
propriety in this, which must have beep
significant xo every loyal eye.
It is reported that Beauregard has
gone to Alanta with 20,000 men to re
inforce the rebel army and to take com
mand of it. We do net believe that Lee
can spare that or any other number of
troops. It may be set down that Gen.
Grant will not bo idle if Lee has weak
ened his army to help Hood's sorely pres
sed column. But should it prove trtae
that a corps under Beauregard has been
dispatched to Atlanta, we are confident
that they will find General A. J. Smith
at the head of some 13.000 veterans
ready to receive thtm. Smith started
east from Memphis a fortnight or three
weeks ago, and has not been definitely
heard from since, though the rebels know
where he is. We have little douJt that
h? has joined General, Sherman, or
will iu a very few days. Forrest, with
his cloud of guerrillas, disappeared front
Corinth soon after his defeat at ihe hands
of Smith and it ia now believed that he
has joined Hood's army. Nearly all the
predatory roving bands of rebels which in
June a-id Ju!y infested the Mississippi
have disappeared. They ha?e doubtlt-j-s
been summoned to the defense of Atlan
ta, where the whole available rebel for
ces in the cotton States are new concen
trated. What Sherman needs is a large
reinforcement to enable him to capture
Atlanta and rout its defrnders That
doive, and the wir is substantially at an
end. The Copperhead hostility to the
draft is for the purpose of preventing him
from being thus reinforced. Chicago
Tribune. . ,
The North Carolina Timss, sp?aViog
of the recent election, says: The Mai
den men Lave a majority in the Legirla
t ire. The citizens of North Carolina
dasire peace; notwithstanding the fact
that rebel bayonets wert ued to over
awe the Conserva'ive party, who sup
port Ilolden in. the extreme Western
counties, we learn that IloIJ-n rfcived
some very handsome majorities, but their
vote was thrown out on the ground that
they were not considered "loyal" to the
Confederate Government. At Kinston,
men were imprisoned for voting for
A dispatch from Mobile, the 21st,
says the operator at Jnckiao. Miss., tele
graphs that a great riot had broken out
in New Orleans, in which over 400 citi
zens had been killed, caused by General
Canly aitf mpting to enforce the draft.
The negro troops were called out to
suppress it, but at tha la3t accounts it
We cocdence the St. Lcuis Markets
for tha week ending Saturday, August
TOBACCC Market closed with lugs
S10 to S15, shipping kaf G16 to 37 50,
manufacturing leaf 625 to 100.
COTTON-SI 65 to 1 70 per lb.
HEMP Uudressed S120 to 1C0 per
ton for medium to choice, dressed S265
to 2S0, covered hackled tow S120.
FLOUR Single extra S10 to 10 56.
WHEAT Spring and poor Fall SI 50
to 1 70. choice fall S2 10 io 2 17.
CORN Mixed and yellow SI 40 to
1 42, white 1 43 to 1 48.
OATS Prime S7 to 02.
RYE SI 12 to 1 17 per bushel.
FORK Clear sides 22 to 24c, shoul
dors IS to 19o, plain canvassed hams 22
to 23c, sugar cured canvassed do 23 to
21c per i'o.
LARD Ke tile rendered 22 to 23.
HIDES Flint 21c, dry salted ISc,
green 11 per lb. .
WOOL Tub wash SI 0J to 1 OS per
lb., ffcece waahed 85 to 00c, unwashed
CO to 65 per lb.
PETROLEUM Refined CO to 05c
per gallon, lubricating 60 to 6-5 per lb.
BEESWAX 75c per lb.
FEATHERS Live geese feathers
75c per lb.
WHITE DEANS Good S2 25 per
SEED Flax S2 60 per bushel, Tim-
othy S6 50 to 7 per bushel.
BAGS New M.igle gunnies 40o. sec-
ond hand 31 to 33c. npw double 65 to 70c,
second hand 50 to 55c.
GROCERIES Sugir Louisiana 21
to 26?, clarified 27 to 23c nr lb. Coffee
Rio: 52 to 53c per lb. Molasses: 81 to
115 per gal. Rice 16 per lb.
NEW ADVERTISE 31 ENTS.
Taken np within the endowed prmFts cf tht on-
drsigned house-holder lirirr three miles north
wet of Brownville in Nemaha Countr, Nebraska.
on the 19ih day of August, I94, one Red Ox, with
lint back, rig thorn half off, ears badly tern, about
eighr years old.
Aug. 27th. 52 2t-pd
SHERIFF'S SALE. .
Notbe is broby girea tb it I will offer for sale at
jmblic aui-tion at the door of tbe Irwnvi'de H.ue in
llrownville, Nena iha County, Nebraska Territory,
that being tho bouso ia which the District Court
was last held, on
Monday the 2G:h day of Sept. a. d. 1SG4,
at 19 o'clojk a. m. of paid d-iy, the fallowing real
estate, to-wit: 'i ha foInw:n lots slatted in the
City of Ci'len !i ek. in the s; county of Nemah i,
to-wit: Lots 1 'i i 4 aft 7891:) 12 id in b!o-li53 :
lot 4 5 6 7 8 y 10 in b! k 4; lot rt in llork fil ; the
whole of bloaks 6S. K2, 8 ; lo's 8 9 1: II 12 13 1 4. in
block 100: the whole, fbl. ck 108; 1. 13 i:j 1 1. in block
35 ; tho wh Icj of bl-ks 29 and 15 : !oU i aad 9 ia
block 65 : lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 7, in tdi k 1 09.
Also the lots and blinks fituated in Brownr:l!c,
Nemaha couaty, nunb-red as f..ll.r, to-wit: In
13, in block 2J : lot 13 iu block 57 ; lot 13 in Mock 41 :
lot 6. in block 2 ; lott, in b:-e:U: lot 4,in tkvk
40; lot 8 in blook f 4; lot 6. in block 32; Ipla b and 2 in
block 5S; lot 2, in biock 23 ; lot 2, in block 27: lut
6, in blk37: lots 13 and 2, in rU:k fiO ; lot II, ia
block 97 ; lot 9. in block 65; 15 and 1 in bl.ickd-t ;
lot 10 in block 38; lot 13 in block 121 ; lots 4 and
inblock 43; lots8 and 3, in bV k C7 ; lot.s.land 12,
in block SO; lot 6 iu block 2; J t I ia bl t-k 13;
lot 14 in block 75; lot 14 in block 13; lot 2 in block -63
; lot IS in block 43 ; lot 1 in block 14 ; lot 9 (,d
house in block 22 ; lots 1 2 3 4 7 iu biock 82 ; 0U 8
9 7 6 13 II in block 3.
. Also the north half of tht outh ea.t qr;arer of
the oatb wet quarter of t?cti in twelve 12 in
township five 5 north of rangs fifteen 15 e-ut of
6th principal meridian, containing 2JJ twenty aore
more or Ics ; all the above real estate wa be:cto
furo takeu m tho property of Juhn .Mcl'Sicrsoa on
executioni iue-i frm the District Court of the
aid county of Nemaha, Nebraska Territory, and or
dered to be sold br writ cf Venditioni Ef p.nat and
to me direct! as eriff cf said county ia favor of
tbe following parties, to-wit :
It. W. UK)ib A Co.
A. J. Frountine t Co.
M. E. Keives A Co.
Kelley f- llirding.
Win. It. Penick A Co.
Given under my hand tbit 2 2d dar of Anxnst, a.
d.I56i. W.O. GLASGOW, SLeriJL
Notice iJ hereby K'Tea thai the nnderncd Xfas.
ter ia Chancery of Nemaha coaoty, Nebrak Ter
ritory, will, by rirtne of a Order of 8a!a i jed by
tha Register in Chancery of be P:?iriet (;6irr.,f
Mid county ia said Territory, in tt of Sujphr-o
F. Nuckolls and against Heath Nuckolls Adminii
tratr of tbe estate of Charles M. Greersr, deceas
ed. Klizabt-th Snudirras?, John G, Sno.1 rM, Peter
fireewer. Lirina Greerer, Susan Greerer, Sarah
Grcerer, Andraw Greerer, William Greerer aud
Samuel li. Ja2urd,at one o'clock p. m. oa
Monday the 26ih day of Sept. a. d. 1S61,
in fcvnt of the Br wnrille II uie, in ths Citj of
Drownville. Nemaha eountj, Nebraska Terri torj, tat
jlao where the lJt leria of siid court of said c ua
j was held, offer for sale at puh;i(- auction t th
highest bidder f r nsh, the folloitin d.';ri'ed
real estate, to-wit: Tha north wet qiwrfT of the
Dorlh east quarter and lot. one of section 3-i, and ths
south wen quarter I th ortb eai quarter, and th
jcroth ea$t quarter of tha Donh eat qurUir. and
the north wet quarter of the outb e.m quirfer,
and the eonh we-t q-iarter of th? south." e wt qur
ter, and the no'th oat quarter of te nt'a ei.u
quarter, and tho aouib eai quarter of tb j smith
east qmrtwr of section 3 5 in tovrahip i, north of
ranje I6e;vt, containing 31U arc an 3!) l(JJih,
and lot I, 2. 3, i I, of s.eti ja numYir 31, an 1 the
north wet qiarU-r of the siutb wwt q-urtcr a:i 1
the outh wist quarter of tha outh wj.t quarter,
and the north ent qu wter of ths Sju.; w m .jar
ter of section 31. township 4. nor..i of r iA 17
cat,coji?iciu' 3;H asr and 25 I lJ:h., and h tf t
the 8.;uth wt quarter f t!i9 a -i'n we: qu irt jr,
and Io s 2 A 3, in section 25 and thd n rt.i n-i
quarter of th3 north wt quarter and tij ?.uth
west quarter of tho north wast qaarter and the south
east quarter of the north west quarter an 1 the njrth
east quarter of the north west qn trier vf section 3S
in t'.wea'iip 4 r.'-rth of range I e 1st, containing
311 aTc.and 70 iOJkhs, all iu Nj'aa coaatj, Ne'a
braska Terri .o rj.
CIIAS.C DO nSKY,
Brownville, Aaj 2itb, '6i. n51-o:-ij
X' tice is hereby ciren th t the uader.-izne-l, Mis
ter ia Chanverr, f Ntuaih county, N jlr isk.i Ter- I the pirr:h.n.j
ntory, will, bjr rirtue ot aa order of a lie i.j.itjd by
the lioijtr in Cham-err. oi tile D.Dtrici Court of
a-.ii 1 i-ountr, iu said Territory, in fivor of Wiliiaiu
U. Tetiu-k anda?a;nt Will awC. Kern, lihola li.
h.ruaiiJ Audrw S. llv!laja, a: oje o clack, p.m.
Monday the' 26th day of Sept. a. d. 1S61,
in front of the Brwnrillt IIoae. in the City of
iJrowjrille, Nemaha Cuay, Ntbr.uk Territory,
the place where the lait term of tai i ii mrS f r i.u l
county was held, otfer f.,r ale,at puh'ic au rti u. to
the hihst bidder for csh, the filwi-i described
real estate, "to-wit : The ninety a r.-tod" of the north
side or the south east quarter jf notion 3t) in two
sbipa n-,r h of range U eVt. bein ninety rods
Wide f.-ouo north to -oath and onj huredrod a id sixt
rods luojf f.-ouj eaH to west, and also ton a-ies ol of
the nortn eat qiarter of the northeast qi.irur of
sfciiou 23 of faid township 5 rung 13, bimiin
at ths nrrth east corner of aid seo..i n 2 J a.i 1 em'
bracing strip of laud twenty rod widdfrxu uoit.i
to south and eighty rdi I..u,j froia east to wt
along ibe north line of iid scctioa ; ail in Njaaaa
county, Nebraska Territory.
CUAS. G. DORSET,
ilastor in Chanwry.
Crownrille, Anj 25th, '6 1. nil-ot-512
Noti-re is hereby given that the nndirsin cd.
Sheriff of Nemih county Nsbratk Turriiory aid
Special .Master ia Chansery in this cae, will, by
virtue or an oraer ot a.ue, issue J by the Keister in
i. nai.-ery. or tne i;sfrc;t Jonrt of i:id efantr ia
sa-. j lrrit-,ry, in f-vr of UmjTniin C.Mn-smnJ
aaia.-t Edward f. MjCom.n, at. t -a oc!jk p. m.o:.
Monday the 26ih day of Sept. a. d. 1SC1.
in front of the Brownvill e Douse, ia the City of
Lrowuril'e. Nrmaha County, Ntbr.i-ka Territory,
in, y .. u ii,id ino i it-rio oi tai'i cyurr, lor s..i 1
cU'kty was heid, oler for sa.!o,at pub'ij aucrion, t
the highest bidder for cash, tho following u jscribei
reai estate, t-wit : tie north west q'urtsr of so?
110.1 nua:!.er -9 ia town;!i:p numbir 4 north of
Ttuxi n-jaiber la cast, ia .e;a ih County. N ibrasi
lerruory. W . u. lilj I S'j'J .V ,
Sheriff of Netnthi eouaty,
and Special MasUria Chm :.
Drownrille, Ang.25th, 'St. r.5i-:t-s;
Notice ia hereby given that I will off;r for sale at
public auction, at thedor of th-j Irw:iviM iloa-'e
in llrowavi!!-, N ;m-ih icounly. N brn't a Territory,
tuat bin ; the phwe where tbe Oiitrict Court wa
last held, on
Monday the 2G:h day of September, 1561.
at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day the following rp.vl es
tate to-wit : the gouih oast quarter of th n rtii
east qu irter of sootin twcny-follrf an J the u!i
cust quarter of the north east quarter a.id the s nth
half if t!ie north cut q-iarter of th north ent yr
ter nf i:ioi number thirteen in ton f ar ra.it-'i
fifteen e.wt.and the undivided J.- part of tho norr.ii
ct Uirter of so-tiori thirty-iiva t-.wn-hip foir
,r.icg fifteen Vii?'p ordered t bo S 1 by a d r.rj in
Cbaneeryof ?nid court to?.iti!y a ja !-n'-.it o'''aii
ed in ta:d court iu fav.r of f.'irh tids-.n, .Msil:i A
Co.,g-.in-t Alfred h-!t aa.1 Jo'h U(t lt:l to
ie dir--cted ai Sheriff of ail ouu.y aal rti.ecial
(Jved aadermy baa 1 this 21a day of Au'ut, a.
d., IS J4. IV. U.OLASiiO .V.bheri J '
aud Scjil lifter.
tice is hertb7 riven t!-.ttn u ..lTnl v
ter iu CI ancerv, of N nha c-ur-ty, Nebra.-k T-.r-vitory.
will. Iv virtue f an orJrr f sa'e is-u.d b
the Kegiier iu C iancry, of the District C crt. of
said county. insaid Territory, in favor cf Kings
land A Ferguson apiinat Th'- mi M. Creen.
Jobnl. Baker, John Mxrtin and Samul A. Cham
bers, at one o'cl.ck. p. m. oa
Monday the 2Gih day of September, 1S64.
itv front f the UrownvUlt Iloa-'e, in the city of
li otrtjviiic. Ntm.ti.a ccHtty, Ncl.n'ka Territory, the
place wbtre ti.e lusi Urm of said court for snid
ojMy wa. held, offer f. r Srt!, at pubiio a Jcti'.n t t
the bi ;he?t bidder for cah. tbe foliowiig d.--. i'a d
ppcrty. to-wit: kts nuiub r 10, 11 A 12 iu bi. :k
i.uuiltr 113. in the town of Pcin.in Neiu ih-i coun
ty. Nebr.Vaa Ti-iriiorj, and ulso the Sw nd Jnst
Miilf, raiwily jitudted on said lota and all the .Mach
inery, Cear and ApparaCU' thereto a:tpert -iiii '
ilattr in Ch mrr.
Crown ri?l e. A i g.JI.Sth. ci-5r J 9'
Tiken op by the undersigned, Ti.;g two and a
half mile Ku'h ef l;roi!,vil!e, Nu:iha Ci-uiity.
Nebra-ka, the l-i.h of August. 1811, me roan
1 ion I coy about 3 years o:l last S: ring, nc bra ,ds
"f Ja 'Tks. THUS. UEAI:I.
Auguai 25th. n50-3:-t d
Milton Myer, William liars Lem-n Pls'cral-
ministritor of the esUte of e,rge W, Myers., d-j-
ee:is-d. Susm Myers. I.vid Myers, Jm-s .fy or .
Ally Myers and Ljdie Wadkins. heirs or Ceore v
Myers deceased, take n.tWe that Job a U."
Cilery, administrator of the. estats of IJe tro Lw-
is deceased ba fi!ed a bill in ehan?ery in the l):s-
trirtC'Hirt of Nim iha County. Nebraska Territorj,
the object anl prayer f which is to ?t nid '
f raudur.t. a d td Biade bv the said Miltoo Mver.s
. H i. . . . . . ... . .
r.ogusi i.y, loine saut i)r-3. w. 5Iyre.-. t i
the following described lan 1 situated in said Coua'y
of Nemaha to wit the North West qnorter of i? -crion
25 in Townhip a North uf Itarge 13 Ee?t of t'reJih
I rincij !e M-ridian, and to i.b'ain a decree of said
Court for the ;ile of stid land and tho srp!i"ain
of the prcreeils in piyraent of a judgment . brained.
March Jkh IS5 ) in favor f the sa;d estate of (Je. :r-e
Iwis ac4 against tbe Sitid Miltoa Myers and Wui.
Defendants am eqnird tA answer said petition on
or lKfretbe 25tbday of ?ef tcn.ber ISk
Atty. for plain tiff.
DrownriJle, ang. 11, '61, 47,5 3
Sigranr.d Srsslcr of the State of Kansa, will take
not-ee that A. (J. Terry has et inmeneed ae:ion in the
District Curt of Xcuiha County, Nebraka Terri
tory . 1 be ohject i f sar i action is toobtain a judg
ment against the said Sassier for the sum of .ven
ty-four Dollars vn I seventy- five cents, with interest
Irom Ftbruary, 1st, 161 ; also for the further sum
or twe:i!y-five Dol'.irj with interest f ra October,
V6' 'tD l rafe ,r -cn rr per anii:m.
Said sains are claimed to ba due said Terry on to
certain promissory noU-s mad by snid Seller pa ta
ble to the order of A. O. Terry, the first dated Feb.
1st ISSl.and due thrre months after date ; ihe sec
ond dated July 1st ISol and due three mouthi af
Sid Sessler willfurtbar take nctip,? tbit oa the
filiug of the noiirsary aCd .vit that said Terry
1 as caused q order of attachment t is--ui r-ut o f
the said Court and that tbe tollowinr real eM-Ueiu
scld cf Xemiha, Uouary N?hrsk Ter. has been
attached, to wit: tho North East fraction u Qxir
ter of Section 3 TjwnsLip 4 Norh tf lUcge 14
East of the 6tb Tiinciple Meridian.
Said Sessleris rcqnired ii answer domnr to
said pet i lii ion oa CT before the 2oth day cf Sep
J. M. BOMNGEH.
Atty. for TiaintiT.
Brownville, Ifb.ag. 11, 1S34 4 7,50
tap. at ee'eip ,
to front of tK Brr-
pi- where th ., ,A'J
county was heU ..f
reaj eate, t0-wit. . ' "1. V
ti town-hip fif;,rW:
ia Ni'Uih.icouu: K 'J
- oL,,.witl 1,.
U't tf tie
tf tie ..,;,.
iropson deceased ,rjs
' artha i :.J
. t - ...
eea-scj com .hi:. "".-''t
Thomas R. Siffir'Zif d
on. of th dtite r,f7.Ilt
Hoi, fiie thHr b;:i (lf
Court of s.ii.J 'J-.u-ity ,,f
r7.ij1Cb.-1n.vry 8,0''..a i
t.;n. Setting f.,rth rut, B:'t;
.eor-.j . mp,,. ...
d?cl i.f th V..!!..-.:. .
Eistq i.rtsr i,f V.
I'anre 1 east i;l n 11
T11.1t sal lie d was ei, M"""
bal arri '-nu-nr. t.i.. . -5
1 ... 1 .. 1 .v . - - a ...
ItllU !J. til It It
led hi thj Xira) it ,
ery ,.f ,;liJ d,.,, Tj) V-.!m,-na
.s.:.o led an l '
as. withia tna list-s a t.V
fwiyin lU orc'i-. 3. ','
asru nl part UndtPatn-i 1
w is ever iu.idet.j .it; 7 '
dili. . '
Th8 si:d cim;,h;n.in-j
be rt .viiided, s. t'a; !o x
And ih e siid Tbi.m i
tU T?T .,f r ,
n rf.,u;rf"l to if,,, ,,
-uj ii i-nt 04 or 0
Brownville. aoj. If, 61
hf her nf .v Trical, UaviJ
11. McLaughlin i f
The nnknon h!nfif' ,
Henry Smirh, d Tev!.'1 N
Fle-.'ry E. n.ianocr, iuj : '
Kenry M. Atkin-"n. J '
The unknown heir of I'.ri
and lfeny E. U:imn-r r;i'4
'Cath rin Itatiihak, hi br y
11. 3!''Liagh!in d d. or; th
IS14. fill hi peiiti-.n in th !) r
ha County Nebr.uka Teinr.in.
known heir of ll;nr Sa h u.
Dammar and IL'n-y M. A k::n ; .
rj,.., fi"h '!'.:! !!? t -.-ia ..
td t complain iLl a IU
rhe North Ejst q':ir-r .'-;.
4 north i.f nrj;' 11 )k
raska rcn.i ry, to S-cl- t. i
f ruuii.jry iio:e fr i-'.t'J.
."-'u.. h La died, since ;t rt: i
.ia;d u-ri ie a .d th.it Li : 5
CcU'pi.iin;in!. Tint . od ' d-'.r,
mer, is trustee in said nmr
as such has soru iue-"s i-m
that the s-u'd unkno-vi b-rin .
ce -iso. I m y pay Ih-j said -n-s f .
ter-.-t dje !lu-rein, r t h t 1
tld to pr the s nn n I thi;
each of rhem mty bi f r-! i -Jt-ropiii-n
And tbe said ur:kn n h ' 11 .1 .
ed and Henry E. luu.u.. r -
aro ri-quired to upo.-ar ! I .:-
r oei-TJ in zoih day i $v.z-
Aug. 9;h IbS;.
Hro wnville, Nebras'ta. HT. 11.
On Mondty the 2s !
Vclock T. M., of said .Lit, w .
('ilblie Auction at Ku h-w' .r v.
in lnfajette Trtcictt. eiel:,".'
takn up last D.-tober.
Nemaha cun v. .V. T., J t'r V
A j ......
At ?IcI,air.'V 1
Tn all wV-m i' di.v Cr."
given that t ttre k.-- ', t
to tha Tr .I.:sre C ur; if';ir'
!-ma F Mumf rl A t i.i -:r ' r -dauies
1 L.!.s l.i'tt .f .-3.J f
that M .ndythe S hof .-V i-; 1 -i
set to hear and d.-ifu-nrr ?a-.i
r.triee. Ntb., J.ilj 2T,l:-i.
That the teeth are twt ibii-' --tis
( the h uruan ..r t-n. ! "s
aod iL iiij at j :ia .l '.u ; i' ' '
.,a.-litiy ii"leiri-d, o ...iu; I-1
ven i early life, wiih a 1
; the j hi:u'.hroj i-t. Tkr-u.?s ,'
tilr leell lo Mue ii,-vsrt. "
h!e ?jti'ia i iuij airi-d, a; J -tins
are u x-essarity i;n;-:ri '
whl teeth ar.-, ia turn, 1
victims to drray, tuus 1r.1n a1. i-5'
Ity t-t succt-eiiing g ner?i'-M-.
Ag-!eis i.f tti:.- k it -1 La '
feu.i. aid the cob-rueu- v-'""
ibeugh fondly desired, re
Ti.-e Dental Tn.fe-ii b. f. at :''
cuiiinry g n 0, ) Uh.-rirt- i f rf"'
U'r rtuir.iie whi -hvt .rJ ; .' '
tq .lled bj tL .te of 3tJ O.i'f
icine or surg--ry.
Then while we are s-rnr ul'
the appearance nj r.niii !!"
and even hearth foti-s ; let
w.thin cur mouihs, ihp.ujh -
For be it known, that J-.!:-
compute the evi;s atiiet tJ' '
iJ'iiuitl, wesboulJo.'t m"'
lriv.l.-u-i cx.-uses, from ie-a '.!'' "
nl. acd set th. ru to r upi.3'"'
better Judgment, wide rin-v( '
rxpericm-c : citnirarr f, " " "
-.-?i: t Ijvt ,.f i.4i5.--. ' '
lioa. li-t ujA.n ihe i'i:nr' 'v.
oor mouths like, ai.d eoiu!i' ,
great IJ-r.vn' C. S. Uran'..'
h .in si trl.i. upi.n ihe ui"'",1(
burg, burdened wr.h the f rv;o;
saud Uiiwelecms cares. lltf ''', .
a acrvaSi, crerc .-at or blauk't.- .
crest, lltsoa.r b-ijra '8 e-3
D IE 1ST T 1 -
a n .n,v rrrr re.l !
from the Fast, ei.ici-eii'l
Cd. Trices UDprccedn
id" J !-'
01 nrt. :.,t3
NeiiRbormr Towns .
Itrnirr.w:!! .In'rTlh. tH 15
iX m l li's .111 t their
t .1 '
ware. Tl.eir Qfl au-J P-i'
aiiy other njn.
. r0..t.r t-e-i '".'
BERKLEY & a:
nirrvn rrrv"TLY FI"'.
i I ;rc--U
snopwua new iu"".-.-eircle-saw.
etc.. are orec'r;
EW AND lHPXoVED CiltOt ,.
in their line that maj be -e-
wi;on down to tbe sasal'e-' r,
rates than they can b tai '
n;..! v;ds. a
West of this pi ce
RJEDirrJes, TrieU re";"
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