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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1865)
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JOHNL COLHAPP, EDITOR.
IIMJWNYJLLE, THURSDAY FEB. 23,185-
. Exparience hat shown, in the older
States, that improvement in farming has
followed were a system of cemparirig re
sults and an emulation among farmers
has been thoroughly carried out. There
is no department of labor in which n is
to aecessary, and in no other is it attend
ed with so much benefit. This, we think,
peculiarly necessary in a new country
The farmer moving from the eld end
almost warn out land of ihe oldr Slates
to Nebraska, finds himself upon a soil,
rich in all that make agricultural wealth,
and one that needs not the fostering
stimulants which he has been in the habit
cf applying; its capacity is something
Dew to him ; the climate, seed and man
ner of cultivating, mav diner from what
he has been used to; in fact, he may
Cud his experience at fault nine times
out of ten ; and, again, it may be to him
a trial out of whic,h he may .bring much
that will be uteful to himself 'and neigh
bera. And how can these inequalities
be made beneficial, and this experience
brought to fne knowledge of those who
need it ? Why, we answer, threugb the
medium of Farmer's Clubs. Wherever
it is practicable for t?n or fifteen to met,
a Club should be established. At these
Clubs everything affecting the farming
community might be discussed. An Ex
change bays of such clubs: "We have
always looked upon Farmers Clubs'' as
as among the most potential associations
for good that have been organized amsr.g
agriculturalists. They are school in
which each member is teacher as well as
ttudent, for he must be a dolt indeed who
cannot relata some experience or origi
nate some idea that shall be of benefit
to his neighbors following the same pro
fession. They educate in habits of
thought and reflection, and afford, prac
tice in giving them intelligible expres
sion. They afford exercise to the powers
of criticism and comparison, and. result
in general improvement in farm manage
ment. They develope the social quali
ties f men, and- greatly tend to. eradi
cate neighborhood jealousies and petty
differences. They engender kindly feel-
itgs and a general interest m tne wellare
These Clubs have another object, as
beneficial as tny here spoken of ; which
is a sure base for the formation of a
County Agricultural 'Society, which, in
turn, will lead to organizing a Territori
al Society. No exue who has ever atten
ed any Slate Agricultural Society's Ex
hibition can dcubt the incalculable bene
fits which are the result of the honora
able spirit of emulation there encouraged.
These benefits are to be most permanent
ly obtained through the formation of
Farmer's Clubs first, then a County and
then a Territorial Society. This will
make a solid base for future operations.
To assist in the formation of these
Clubs, we append a Constitution, which
we clip from an exchange. This can be
altered to er1t any locality: .
Abticle II. The name and title of
this association shall be - . -
Farmer' Club." and its objects ar to
disseminate knowledge of good farming
among its members, to afford e. mt-ans of
distributing seeds, grafts, cuttings and
the like ; to collect siatistics of agricul
tural matters, to discuss all topics affect
ing the prosperity of its members as
farmers, viz: markets, crops, agriculture,
farmers' laws, etc.
Art. II. All the inhabitants of
Precinct, may be members of this Club,
by attending its meetings ; but only those
contribution SI or more, yearly, sJiall
have a voice in using or disposing of the
property or funds f the Club directly or
Art. III. -The officers of the Club,
thall be a Chairman and Vice-Chairman,
reltcted at each meeting for the next.
A Secretary, (who may also be the
Treasurer,) who shall be elected not
oftener than every fourth meeting, and
shall serve till another is chosen. The
Secretary shall in addition to the ordi
nary duties oi such an officer, be the re
epoasible business man cf the Club, and
reporting- regularly, or at least annually,
cr at the close of his term of office.
At. IV. The trainers and signers
ef this Constitution may by a two-thirds
Tote, add to their own number such per
sons as they may elect, and twa-thirds of
these, if present at any meeting, may
also by a two-thirds vote, alter oradd to
this Constitution, or frame By-Laws, etc.
Our exchancres are behind lime.- The
rebel accounts report a repuls to Kil
patrick'S division, which was marchiDg
oo Augusta to destroy tht railroad, on
th 14th. On the 17th all railroad com
muuicatioa with Charleston, was report
fd cut. Another division of Shermon's
army had flanked Branchville, and had J 1
captured Hamburg, Aiken and Orange
burg. On the 13th Sherman's left wing
vras was reported fifteen miles north of
Branchville and within fifty miles cf Co
lumbia, while his right was in front of
Charleston, two miles distant, threaten-
Ltd an ecffBgemeni with iheretel which
resulted jo advancing our lines two miles
nearer that city. '
Nething cf importance his transpired
in front of Richmond.
The Liberalietsbare won several en
gsgements in Ptlexico, and have poare
sion cf a majority cf the country.
It is an old saying that "politics make
eiracge bed-fellows and it seems
varified by the effects cf the Peace Mis
sion. Wade, of Ohio who opposed the
President's . re-construction policy is
fitrcely calling for the President's au
thority foxholdint a co lferenct; on board
a Government vessel with retels ; while
Fernando Wood comes out boldly for tbe
war; because negotiations for peace on
tho terms proposed by the-President have
The following we find in the Omaha
Republican, and is applicable to Nemaha
as well as to every county in the Terri
The woundfd at the military po?ts in
the District of N'-braka. an irnth in
need of rocs for dr-ssinis- I take this
method of soliciting aid in this matter,
from the Ladies. Any worr.-"ut linen
or cotton garments are suitable for this
purpose, the older the better.
James II. Pe&bodt,
v- Med. Dir. Dis. Neb.
' ,We hepe'our Ladies wjll respond by
sstjhJ in. what the can spare. They
may be left at Rev. Laac Chivingtou'.
residence, in this city, or at this office ;
and when a sufficient quantity is collect
ed they will be sent to Mr. Peabody, at
Omaha. Let them be clean, fand tear
cut seams as much as possible. Send
as coon as possible.
The Cass County Sentinel is about to
change hands, E. Giles going outj and
E. Cockey & Co., taking charge. The
paper will be'changed in everything ex
cept the name. . Ii is to be neutral in
politics, adat ihe same time strictly
loyal. We wish the new proprietor suc
cess, and congratulate the old propriator.
and Cass county, upon hi retirement.
Tfcat vermin-ranch editing the News
at Nebraska City, gts off the following ;
"Some flabergastic fellow by the name
cf Hollowday a member of the Legis
lative Council from som county below
here has been making n highly "loyal"
intensely "patriotic and very apparent
ly demagogueical oration upon the subject
of aid to soldiers widow and orphans.
The only original ren ark, perhaps, in
tbe "whole lot of twaddle, which this fel
low has evolved, wan that soldiers were
fed once a week upon "blue sticky beef."
The above needs no comment. Such
copperhead slang, and covert thrusts at
anything and everybody that may tend
to alleviate the harshipsof the soldier or
his family, are the main stock in trade
of this ranch. Its head and front. Ajax,
was but recently arrested for using dis
loyal language in the streeis of Nebras
ka City. When State Government was
being discussed, he opposed it because
he was opposed loathe draft.
Omaha, N. T.,Feb. 17, '65.
Friend Colhap.p: I suppose you are
avar that Co. C," Cant. Gniu com
manding, is stationed at this place. Th
boys are all well except J. C. Miller and
Jerry Wells, and they ere not danger
The order to consolidate our regiment
with the "Black Horse," has been re
ceived, and in few weeks we will be
The Legislative 'mill has ground its
grists, and the millers have departed for
their homes. In looking ovfcr a list of
the Laws and' Joint Resolutions, I find
there are quite a number entitled: An
Actio Amend; others, An Act to Re
peal ; others again, An Act Supplement
al. The question naturally arises Why
does the Legislature at one session p;us
laws, and at the next tension repeal them?
There is too much tinkering. It wouid
be better to have biennial sessions.
Que Joint Resolution is, of thanks to
companies "A," "B" and 4C" of the
2nd brigade, and "A" 1st brigade, Ne
braska Militia, for gallant services on
This is all very well on paper , but as it
Is the only pay the poor ttilows gel for
forr or six months service, and as it, un
fortunately, will not buy bread and meat
nor even lagar beer, it is very poor pay
The people of Omaha have had seve
ral sensations this winter : 1st, Captain
Haskell, the great Presti-presti-some-thing,
I can't spell the word. 2d, The
Annual show, called the Legislature.
3d, Ad Agent of the North Western
Sanitary Fair, who is now "stirring them
up with a long pole," tot contribute monny
for the relief of our suffering soldiers in,
Captain Haskell does not pretend to
be anything but a humbug, and he gives
you your moneys worth cf the article.
He is honest.
But ol all the humbugs, that ever did
umbugthe people, these Sanitary af -fairs
are the greatest.
I have been some among "our suffer
ing soldiers ;" 1 have been a "suffering
soldier" myself, but I have never known
one "suffering soldier" that ever receiv
ed one dimes worth of benefit from the
Sanitary Commission. This may sound
ly saying, "charity begins at home," and
bam afmid that the wives and children
of our soldiera, who are in every neigh
borhood, ar suffering for such things
as. the people can give, more than the
soldiers themselres, and I advise the
people of Nebraska to -give all ef their
money, and clothing, and delicacies, to
these suffering ones at home.
It may cot look as grand on paper, to
distribute 500 or $1000 among the
soldiers families in your own county, as
it would, to donate the same amouut of
money to a Sanittry Fair, and have it
published. But the- soldiers will bless
ycu for it. Their families will bless yeu
for it. ' And better still, Gqd will bless
you for it.
A friend tells me the following circum
stances, which I write down not for the
purpose of finding fault with the com
mitted of ladies, for I suppose they actul
according to "human natur."
A few weeks ago the "Ladies' Sol
diers' Aid Society1 collected about three
hundued dollars, for destitute soldiers'
families.;' Their attention wa tailed to
a certain cas, a woman and four cbil
cren. The husband and his oldes son,
are soldiers, nd have not receied their
pay far eight uicnths. After two weeks,
oelay." a committee viited the family,
and after asking many questions, some
of them unnecessary, they retu.-ed to
giant any relief, because, the soldisri
owned the house his family lived in.
Wisexdecision ! Noble Ladies! they'de
serve a medal.
I appeal to any. and all soldiers, to slate
whether or nor I have told the truth about
the Sanitary Commission. .
W. A. P.
Our ideas, .with regard to the Sani
tary tyominisMon, coincide with friend
P's. We all remember the situation of
our paroled prisoners at Benton Bnrrack.
We have heaid but one who testifies to
its assistance, and that only to a very
limited extent. Besides, this idea has
occurred to us since reading the above :
Does this Agent for the Fair donate' his
time and expenses ? If not deduct at
least S150 per month from the amount
he may" receive while in- this Territory,
and we ask : what per cent, will the fair
receive ? WTouId it not look better, to
giva to the Fair without being pressed tt
it. and feed suffering ones at boms with
this agency fee. At best, it is poor
charity that is forced, and for the sake
of notoriety goes first beyond- the poor
"whom ye have alwas among ye." Ho
Omaha, Neb. Feb. 6th 1SG5.
Mr. Editor t .
The. contested case did ncH come up.
A recess was uken until 2 o'clock P. M.
at which time it was supposed the inves
tigation would be resumed, but owing to
"snap judgement" taken by the Demo
crats, the Council was adjourned until
tomorrow. I j-hall always entertain the
idea that tie aforesaid .members do not
desire to give the case a fair hearing,
and have, and are, laboring to save it off
until the expiration of the session,
although, they avow to the contrary.
A lengthy bill for an act relative to
real property was ordered to be engross
ed TtT a third reading. It is an ex-v-t
copy of the New York code. . As far as
1 can judge it will pass.
Aa act incorp-'tiatiug the Nebraska
City Pettolei'ui aud Coal mining com
pany was passed by ihe President's vote !
This is the bigest thing of a special na
ture this session, and done too by men,
who have talked 4 emselves huarae
against such legislation. Those interes
ted ,-hould consult the Council jouianal
The House considered C. F. No. 5
relative to changes in the Revenue Law.
This is a bill of aiuch importance, and
I regret to see that there is a dbpQi
tiuon the part of eome to kill it.
The "Dog Bill passed the House, and
will receive Gov. J adduck's approval in
a few days. It is huge. All the reve
nue that is collected from this source
you can put in your eye ! It is couri
ered a good joke ca dogs, and a forcible
argument for a splendid job for the
"fool-killer" should he pa this way.. .
This forenoon, Mr. Kennedy of Doug
las, attempted to speak against time ou a
mill-dam bill in order to etav.e off the
consideration of the contested case. -
The gentlemen has some wind, but. failed
to accomplish his object. The Council
resolved itself into ihe Committee o! the
whole, and did not rise until -6 o'clock,
P. M. when Mr. Griffey, from Dakota
offered a resolution declaring the seat
vacant : six voting in the affirmative and
five in the negative it was so ordered.
This, in the opinion of your corres
pondent,, is not only a singular but un
jusiifyable proceeding. It carries the
admission tht Mr. Clark did not have
a good case, and if fully investigated he
would loose it. This may be the view of
some, but the fact is, the friends of Mr.
Blanchard had become convinced of the
rottenness of their cause, and willing to
accept the horn of any dilemma. Mr.
B. ha occupied the seat, drawn the pay
until within a few days of the adjourn
ment, and can well afford to "take up his
bed and walk," but ye honorable gent
who voted away the right of Mr. Clatk
to be htard should' remember that the
day is coming when a man will be judged
In yesterday's report 1 shoold have
Mentioned that Council File No. 42,
"an act to provide for the Nebraska
volunteers- and their families" was on
motion of a Demotralic Councilman
Mr. Perter ,of Douglas indefinitely
postponed ! '.-Comment unnecessary.
' Feb. a
. An attempt was made to introduce
another, soldier bill with slight modifi
cations, the chair deciding it was the
same bill in substance it could not be in
troduced without unanimous consent.
Objection bing made the question was
submitted: Shall the gentleman have
leave to introduce the bill? At this
juncture speeches. were made by Hol
lady cf Nemaha, and Miller of Cass.ihe
ballance of the members keeping silent,
f erhaps, afraid to "face the music," or
that tht?.measure would be unpopular!
The democrats, true to their hostility
against th1 Government ai d the soldiers
voted to a man that the t'lll ihould not
be introduced. This is unionism "in a
hori.--CtThe soldiers of Nebraska
should, Ty this time, know their enemies
as well as their friends
Ah exoeil. nt I II relative to the com
petency of witnesses was defeated in itie
Hoiv-e, th cau?e bein based on the ac
tioh of r the Council respecting local
The school bill passed the Council, and
ie ksu afe j( wjjj meel with a favora-
ble reception iu the House. . .
The Council went into the Committee
of the whole on the Governor's t Mes
sage and quite a lively time ensued.
"Thinffs' were indulged to ?uch an ex
tent that 'our preacher" member quit
the scene 'and found refuse in another
part of the Capitol.' B-icg somewhat
behind .tirm army post I lost th1 bestof
the "thowj." ' The g.-utUman from Cass
moved that so much of the Governor's
Menage as related 10 a "Penitentiary"
be referred to the gentle man - of Otoe,
w-hich reference was accepted with the
remark that he weuld akti great pleas
ure in providing a home for the gt'ii
tlpman from Cikxs.
Th? subject pioviding for the fami
lies of soldi'rs was committed to the
gentlinan from Nvmana. Br-f remarks
were made in reply 'o the effect, that no'
cauelaid nearer lm heart, because it was
tbe cause of humanity, of Im cou.-ify .
and of God.
A laror amount of fun was had over
dams, aod the grinding of mills, and the
variety of stones necessary for a good
Ia'etnal improvf menls, inclniing the
rents tft '"te-mepts"' wre referred to
the Senior member from C3ss. 11 fa
allowed time to examine carefully, the
latter subject especially, and report at
the next session of the legislature.
After having di?posed of the leading
points in the Message the Committee
arose and asked leave to sit again.
'A Chancery bill taken principally
from the rules of the United Slates Su.
preme Court, was before the Council
This bill originated in the ILiuse; after
beintr amended iuafew p.trticilars piss
rd tne Cojncil. and do.i o-iess, wnl tin
law. A large? number of local bills were
passed by bo'h houses.
As i ht session i$ drawing to a cbse
the members seem to be werkii.r in
The "School bill was lost in the Houe
contr'My to the expectations of its frieuda
Whether this was right or not, I am un
able to say.
A long bill to enroll, organize, call
out and pay tht Militia passed the Coun
cil and is now before the House. Its
pasfage doubtful ; no man, nay not even
the angels in heaven, can tell what the
House will do relative to General laws.
It does not seem to see anything but
mill dams, roads, &c.
A fee bill about as extensive as the
new testament passed the House and
referred to thtj appropriate Committee
in the Council. . As I have not examin
ed it I cannot advise you of the chatigs
propofed. . '
But one more working day is left for
this session. And taking a retrospec
tive glance at the rprocei dings I mu-t
Confess little has bten done for the Ter
ritory Annual meetings of h- legisla
ture are fraught with more harm, than
good Members jnust do something to
acquire "laur and by so doing the
laws are mutilated and pade in compre
hensible by the best lawyers in the Ter
ritory. A slight observation this winter
has more and more satisfied me that le
gal knowledge is not to be despised in a
legislator. Laws framed by men desti
tute of the aforesaid knowledge, are
splendid specimens for "Harpers draw
er." If the legislative Halls of Nebras
ka cannot be filled with competent men
the Government had better abolish the
act allowing a legislature, and assume
law making power itself. x
Precisely at 12 o'clock last night the
ttn'h session of the Legislature of Ne
braska, was declared adjourned &ine die.
But few general laws were passed,
although the full time designated by tbe
Organic Act was consumed to the-hour.
After the adjournment the Piesident
rf tbe Council held a levee in the office
of the Secretary, and I am told was
quite a plesaht last meeting of the mem
bers.. Whatever of bad feeling may
have been engendered during the ses
sion was forever hurried around the gay
and festive board.
Mr Abell asre-nt for the North-Western
Sanitary fair entertained the mem
bers with a patriotic song, and speech
after which a collection was taken up,
result some S37, and $27, of which con
tributed by members of the Council !
O. P. Mason feeling ashamed of the
amount called the Council together, and
an additional sum of S51 was raised
making in all $73 paid by that body.
Some of the House members actually
gave as much a? Un cents ! The "puUe''
of patriotism mut certainly have throbed
high to ihennsie of the Union when thu
fingers cf the honorable legislators'
fumbled in their -weast! shins" ir. search
of the enormous sum aforeaii ! How
reat' is oar .admiration of a free gov
ernment ! "Open ye gates" and let th?
law making patriots come in.
The act relative to changes in the
Ilevenu? Law, makes taxes due firt
Monday in December, and delmqueut
first ot may. Penalties. uud interests on
taxes unpaid for 1664. extended to first
of May 1S6-3. Tuis is now law ; it
should have been the first act of ihe Leg
islature. It was, however, delayed iu
the House until the last moments of the
session. The act providing for the re
vising of our.laws gives, the Governor au-.
thority to appoint a Reviser who is lo re
ceive S900 for the work, being allowed
whatever sum is necessary for a-istanis,
and required to report on or before the
second day of uext Legislature. The
"Notary Public" act authoiiz-js iheiGov
enor to appoint &c.
Anight Herd Law was passed for
your County. Your people should dis
cuss the subject of a H ird Law, and
send up men to the next Legisleture in
structed one wa, or th'? other. Havo a
full investigation of the argument for
and aVamt the law. I wubl riJvi-
ihe wh hjfVf i.nly h-:i?d on2 side oi th
ti'ifytion to wait Jiitil thr: othr is mi-.
sented, and no hi-li-ve, tho miny fdUe
rumor? ofl 'at about the "special herd law
f.x." Watt r mI you hear the facts.
The net relative to rtetl Etaie., was
mderii itfly. postponed by the House.
The School bill also met a like fate by
The Chancery bill parsed without
much opposition Lawyers say it is a
good law. and should.it be true, it is
about the cnl) good thing enacted this
This being my la?t crn nunicition
. i l. i-' ..' ,ir.
you and your reaaers, impm- m i
taut day -we may meet again, and that
all things may work well together for
the good of the people of Nebraska.
(Continued from First Page )
An act to attach a portion of Polk
cowmy to Piatt co'inty.
An jct to rf-p' al fin net t rrs'rin ?i.i
friMn running at brjre wiiliin the limit?
uf Uichard.-o;j ooiKy -o i ir as ihe a-;;e
rhitsi ta ttie naet of laud known as ihe
Half Bract tract.
An act 10 itc-jrpr.rate R ck Ld;re No
of the li.dfper.dent Order ot Odd
An mc: tv inf-orpo'ate AUmannen L idge
N.i. h I. O O F.
An act i ifgalile the organiz'ition of
An net to app )rlion one member af The
House of R- pr.enratives to Htli. B.if
falo and M'Ti ;ek counties, antlto dijr. n
nect said counties from Platte co inty.
An act to aim-nd "an ac to rtr?in
cattle, sheep and win- froin running at
large in v,uihiu 1 ifimu, ".Miiagiuo
county, N bras!; Territory," annrotfrd
. oa icen t ' :
Jan ary ou, t&oJ , also an act to amcna
1 . c 1 . iv . v :
said act, approved February 1-5. 1564
An act to restrain cattle from running'
at large in St Johns preciuct, Daku-a
county, Nebraska Territory.
Ag act to amend an act entitled, "an
jicl to restrain stuck from running at
larg durim; the niht in ravvune coun
ty." approved February 15ih, 1S64.
Au act to ariind ' an act to incorpo
rate the Platte Valley Piridije Company,
approved Ff b. 13ih, 1&84.
An act tn allow th City Council of
Dlo to e.-mbiiah and kft-o a ferry ar-
. . . . V. n ........ w v r ... IV ... h v. i.i j. .. !
IIU?9 IUB lUKlJUl IIVCI IU II aMillllUU
An act to r. penl in act entitled
fOt aliovvitiT Let !
DnruJur prcinct, Bir!
run at large if)
Fb. 13:h, 1S64
An act to restrain hulls from running
at large in the counties ot Cedar, D;xon
Dakota and I'awne, ai d pre.-incf of
Noitii Bfnd in Dodge county, Nebraska
An act to restrain stock from running
at larse in Douglas county.
An act to vacate the aihy in block 61
in the town uf Salem, Richardson coun
An act supplementary t an act to in
corporaie ihe City of Arago, approved
Jan 10. 1S60..
An act to amend an act entitled "an
act to restrain slock from running at
Jarge during the ni?ht in Pawnee coun
ty," "approved Feb 15, 1861. v
An art to make stock liable for all
-damages that they may commit within
the limits of town 13, range 9, Saunders
plat Ot fcaiem, in inecoun'.y Oi iuluuiu-
- i ., - Ti:..l A :
son. Nebraska lerritory.
An act to amend "an act to restrain
An act fcr the rellfef Of Aloi,ZO V. T;a;i w-,.,WiriNhe wlllsendaeorjof tbprtj- ! in tb..!y.'
Porter ' ' r ,:'. u,rd ( Ico ol chc.) wjth tr.e d.recti n Monday. "
. , . . , , . ... . r, r1,riTJrir..rdi.:.S 'be sau.. hich they j pu-jw i.f re.f'W .i
An act relatme to schools la ycaiicg ; J"kk ftn; Foit voNsUMi'TiON. astu- I ah t- z bV.,y a-'iJ
City Otoe county, Nebraska. m.i. j;uOM'ltins, Ac The :y .bj t of to- c.ftur t- a;ca..::.i
L . .o vaca.lk No. 102. io th, . SAMVX' i O" H'
town of Ponea, in Dixon County. I 0-;.y be ir.v?MabKi.nd t. b.wr futferer sau :: f 1 ;('nr :s b.. ,
An art tovacaU1 a portion of the town j willtry bi?rf-!r.d7,rwit iU eostth'mnoMrns.aui ! t.J"r t.j';, irv. i'J
sheeD and twine from running at largj
! within the limits of Pawnee county, ap-
oved January, 9ih. icbl.
fin act ic repeal the charter'a
range one east o: me suiu nuupi
An act to change a portion cf the
Territorial road from Rula, Richardson
Co. to Biiie4Spai?:2s- in Gage Co.
An act to locate and establish a Ter
ritorial road from tV est -Point, Com
:nin county, to Punca. Dixon County
An act to locate a Territorial road
from Fort Calhoun to Fontenelle, in
An act 'o locate and establish a Ter
ritorial road from tbe toll bridge cn the
Liitie.Nt uial.a, to Roy's Ferry ou the
An act to bcate and estalise a Ter
ritoriu! read frm Washirton, in O.oe
coumv. to Lancaster in Lanc,v-f.er coun--.
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AnaVt to borate a i errnomi
fr -m Brown
to inU-ntct the
Nebraska City to
An ait to locate a Territorial road
from Forest City, iu Sarpy Counts, to
the south line of Lancaster couuty.
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of Ge .rg W. nod Vnn Hratton, of tbiscity.
il- was l-.Tv-J by nV who knew him here,
Anil wV.-re better known he will be bettt rloved.
Ssd.'enN. iu t'aU ph.-e, Fcbrory 15to, Fannu
younc-t d uijfrr of P. 3. Allison, ag-d 19 jears,
7 m-jiiib, aaU 6 l ty.
Al.'' j. in Jesus.
- E W 1 ) Y EiiTISEHE N T S ,
LEG A L NOTI CE. "'
Jm J" rs.Jobn JtSeriatui TVill'am Jtffers.wi.
fki 'i 'iH-t that U'.'L-jjin.ue F. L'l.Lb.il. did. on
hu 5:h dv o.r JuDH.iry, A. I). 13:5. C-3 his' b 11 o
en i-()',.ii',t, i. ill-: Dt.-irijt Uuurt i.t Neui.iii-i Cou.nj
Ntbrsk Territ-jry, a V.niafrrj, ninait Aiil.
Jeil r?, lames Kif .'r-', Jobii J -J- r, I4"vrt Jefftfrj,
Wiilima Joffcr.'. Imut JelF-r.'', l'!. JeJ- rs. iUry
A. ielfeo M i-nuol F.JefT rs tliaabctli A. J-ffen
a::.j Jo'ic h- (!:i:sin deSfo lant ; for ihe foreclos
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bj Tlirai s J' Sers, dwacd, in ui- litcnme, t th--1
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oi tb Nurrh Fast qu trior or N?ctiva N'n. Twelwa
( 12) in Towi.ship Nw. i bj Nortfi of li'n- No.
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to -t-i-ure tb? f avin- nr. r oer!in j.r .uJi.-.H...y :kk
l.ir i1jjiioj il v Vtii inrerc-ii ti.rfiu .i'. th:
late id five pt-r c-'if i.-nf i tii. The bj-ct
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It. V. HUfiitKS.
DR. X A. HARVEY,
Maanetic- & Glairvovani,
1 mm. ,nu, mwm
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Thin fart the Doctor hi ie-.unii-,t 'at v in th-..i.j.:iil
of caes S roni ai 1 Jan t l eir;d. oru,; it a.ii
weiv'ejears. Tbe fu iowi. l.l.4-c in tneir ua t
ob.-.inte f-o m 3 ieid unU-r Lii Mw'tc Toiich, to wit:
CJiMdULil-TAOrJ ai-.i AciiflliA. i fr.m
one tu ix week3; FAltAXj?Id and ail tiieKi-enof
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iug i0tiie seven. y.x the s-overuy ; th uieat.
T;eat! t? no V Method, with speedy aud iLe
Tbe Dott.ir-' li..M.iiia are cre-ded dai ly y pe'sgi
pr nui-.i.ct n
aid no i'Ijc -h,i.i; (i"s,:ir vi rem?! umn aier te.nj
exiinnued by ;noi c.' . C.aiivy.ut Kye, w.;uout
a-kiru (i!tsa ni. be ieiu tne i:9 L--'i"j n 1
C"iiditiou o tuy anl all Oiiei-ej, jo i wU. niv-r n.'..'m
promise re lef Peicn o.i io ve.j o: the n-ve,
..!; tiUvh h h.vc tnji waited lr jrer, a- n w ,v.u4
to tf s-tify u the l'octi-r's Wundertui Ski.! ai.d 3 . ii.
Tiie U-.Cior h. verti:e n' but hi' Iib u j ue
abi i.yio pp.-.-iniii unJ wul j.ve tie m-nsi Coa.ici.
tat:? -.uc i-'U ioaj. vioo ti'.e wnfier h;8 treatw.ii. ln
vl ;.. he li'iu: i!ii:t tl:e i'octor iu peroa, :.tn te
ei. iio l nud.pio.-cri'n; I for by w.Ti!iiiif ly ittier a
t-Lu,p.t fi not: m i. ihfir .afc Ke'ereoce to Cure
prf.TiDed, cii' fn i iy made.
VfJ i'itti A, l'f m-irore n iideied aa i."Tl.e
Ci.--..-e in it'a'eJ wit.! wiwt sutxes ineory u-
. ct. . K-.- r-, . Ili.il.ir'k Itiivlrriiiu. .vu rr1 ni&: h. j'i
a i ,st-of CAI'Ciior no niit.er hi.ar onJt
? Kin.-i reui -vsu in irm meivetoten:y-r unr.nrs
! i t--i.-. .i iu- ti 'uiotit ur pain, lr a pr.n;t reve,,!ei to
the Octur hi e io tLi tnnvuyat dtat?. wh.'cli is
i kDiwu to o.i oler persou living. n23-lf
TO MimCl S 3 1TERCI15.
A GEMI.UiAN, cured of Nem us Defcil.ty. In
cotnpettTK'j, Prvmature Datay ai.d YoQt'afuL trror,
actuato'i b.y a dt-hiie to b nofi'. otLior, will be hapy
to furnifb to ail who newl it, ( tr, of etarge,) tt
reeieai)(I ilirtct;on for talking the fiiaIe reneily
u.std in hii cae. Suffern wi."hin to profit by the
advertisers bad oxrrieS'.-e. Aiol pii''M luro tui
Taluabto remed. can uo so by addrs-t-'E bim at
once at hia place of b-irje?a. 'f aa Kj:p3 an I fall
information cf vital lnifxrtstice will t ctecr
fully goal by reiuru uiaii. Ailrr?
N--.. 60 'airs8ii Strtft. N. V.
P. S. NVrvoun Scffdrra ef lotu wxcswill find
this iaforuiatiou ir.T.iioble. 23-3ia
TO CO'VbOit TlVES.
THE Advf rttjrr Ilav'cg been ilestored to
FTt-aitii in a 1' wks.Dj a very s-mpl rvti; say, af
ter buvw: auflVrvid aereriil year
offo t'",.n ' pt:J Lhat d-.-td uiseiiie
ir .! t ira tke ka.n to his fellevr-aufureri tb
! corporoMon ot tne town si x.iua iu m.b i w obuiad,e;,jf , ;;J".',-u
north-west corner of town eleven, . ot "'w -tci .; tn.a -(
ellevr-aufureri tbe hereoy an""
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f;;;iV8Wuhir.2 t!. rrcnptinn will r!ereadJri
.noi i rrrii L f-'IC'
Kev. KDW abu a. ilsu.,
"Wiliiaiaburj,K.ingf Co.. Nw York.
1111 (iJ'f t.fc am - -
quired j utnt ly u- iu ; "!.
SALE OF APPuJijFnT-
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Svery Sa;urcy. J, x ,
Shot fJiin. Rifles ind Karoivt,,.
Auction liuf m.
One iro'.d I!nTber Vijon Sceet, fee
Cte .p fi r Ca ll.
160 Acre of itiof Lan 1 Sitt,.
and Lot, Enqair at tb th-. eecii- i u
r. r V.m'f At F. t, m ot. it 2!i'
Fine Sfo.-k t-f l.itdii'' S1) es fUf 91.
toe lloBsr Au .i- n H.u.i.
Two jhd Wcrk n .ses aad outlivV
cld for at B:ii' Correil.
S-rond hand Ck St:.Tfwra;it
at S.i.V Au;ion Ii.K)ms.
Ltren Ta'jV Cloths for Mlcc&wt.
A'.cuor U- 'mo
A pair . f ?plei"ii Biif.;ir E.irM. el
Bujity for n.qnireof B!im
A fi:u ssoriBeut of Ti'. Cat rj '.
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