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JOHN L CO!.HAPPfEDITOn.
kOW2tVliLt, TliUU&DAV MAKCIl 2, lb35.
Hat Ye j Copperheads now about four
ti ar of lueux tc'rr Are they till of
ihe opinion that nothing has been gained?
Four, years ao AbraTiam "Lincoln passed
through Baltimore io'Vfi?gisto escape
a mob" wnVsbugh't his life ; njid ' at his
inauguration .Gtu". Scott deemed, it ad
visable, to hare a1 siro'cg military force' jn
reaWirieVs To resist.'a threatened outbreak
ofel'els to iVeytnt it. "Missouri," Ken-'
tu'eky,' Tennessee, Maryland, and pela-;
ware. Were Vacilating between treason
or loyalty Wuti treason slightly ahead ;
wfiile 'the balance of the Slate States
were in the full enjoyments vt treason and
revolt,0' a "goodly numbe'r' of Northern
cowardly traitors to, hiss them on and
u'ihtbeai God-peed in their hellifch de-
.Now, look, at this side of the picture :
t-- f " ' - f? . V i . Want ot mnbef sk-uis to be trie great
Nebraska ucrttsaUawucu ,f N.r..u, !... .,
DrownTiiit Saturday,- the 4th of March, Ab-
TS03 ' ,n L!9coIu -i'11.1?6 r.ausura . . .
MlXFAci fis.cotid term as President pf the Lrnit-
t ecJjSratea, witl.cai ihe necessity of- rnili-
SAD2L trj firptictioo. i:MajyaDl!.''
! souri have ra3?ed from under th yoke of
II Slavery of their own accord ; Kentucky.
STennt-ee. ai4 iJelaivare v jil .oun,.do
jv . i ..... . . . .
taKe. The.CoustiiutKMial Aniend
ment. aho'Uhin .ilavery lU'oujhout .the
United States, is a fixed fact. Then the
rebels held rnissession of iall the' ports Ol
tntry in the Sou'.htn Slaves, and all the
pr'is; now they huild.'not a! si: gle one,
tare Ga Lvestcu,' in ! Texas. Charleston,
modern Sodom of treason, Las' fallen,
rrslmosi destroyed by their own ! an
jc'.o the hands of ;Northem niudfillaj"
,Yi!nirston ;andvMobile hare fuffcred
jpe game fate and they tremble for the
jrr.fety of their capital, Richmond! Ar-
iansas and Louisiana have :ong. fince
- returned to their allegiance, and .North
AUTtl aroca Georgia, Alabama and Mis
i sissippi are fulfof love'for the old Union,
and .are showing rlumerious indications
Vf returning reason and loyalty. They
commenced the fight to maintain slavery,
Ifio'w ' they -aro -forced to arm and free
their lavei." in "the forlorn hope of raam
'faining, what they style, their indepen-
lion than they were four years ago.' Our
armies are, all around them, Gram in
ForscT front and Sherman in the rear, and what
!aitrom ' - .
yeara iafi .jGrant; can t, whip .outnghti Sherman can
sib! for I am'u'l''j.''.u" .
iituh ly ucaiu. - -
r, ; Hnw are jeu now, McClellan, on 3-oar
copperhead platform 1 If this has been
waring wijhout effect upon the Confede
racy, we hope Satan will'have pity upen
'.rebels'when" it begins to take effect. '
Glory to,God, and honor to Abraham,
the Honest 'V May his days be long in
'' the land of the iiriDg, and success crown
Xhis final effort for the restoration of an
honorable and lasting peace !
, ... . f : ... . ;
Jt -As the fystem of slavery in Missouri
itwasan evil, while it existed, to all the
States and Territories cn her. border ;
fteo the abofition of it will.be a benefit to
them. Had the always beena free State,
l( we doubt not the Pacific Railroad would
long ere this have been finished, and
' Missouri, Lot Iowa, would have bad the
.benefit of the main line. But the-niht-raare
is thrown off, she seases to act as
"'cnein a deep sleep ; her last Legisla-
lure has shown itself wide-a-wake to
the benefils of a' thorough railroad sys-
JJJ -t 1etn.' The Ste. has given such aid as
r ) ' will doubtless complete all the unfinish
f ed roads in that State. The one in which
Tfll f.' we 'feel the deepest interest the Piatte
I Country Railroad is to be finished to the
q" j ' Iowa lice wiihin three years. This road
i 5" h to run up the bottom on the East side
( cf;lhe Missouri river ; opposite this city
the survey is ataked out within one and a
i y. half -pile cf the river ; from which a
" switch track will doubtless be constructed
THI 6t? Remain depot be near the river,
r i;rP0S'le tbta.City." By doing. this the
,; . .. trade of the; whole of this Land District
' ..: would be secured to this road.-. The time
' , , . . . . , , . ...
j, set iqr us completion teems to as long.
..-jjThe land over which it is to run is all
bottom, with plenty of timber on its mar-
"I gin text the river, and the grading must
be lightl On the completion of this and
.'".'the North , Missouri Road in a great
measure depends the question whether
:'Stl"Jcspph and St. Louis shall supply the
trade of. the'great Missouri-Valley, or
. ' whether that trade" shall jo direct to
: '''"-'Chicago." The later place has the start,
' "" and if it take Missouri three, years to
coD!trucfless than eighty miles of 'rail-TV';'-
road' over a comparatively level coontry;
with plenty good uraoer uauuy, vnicago
will' doubtless ' Veep the advantage. -
'J- XuL Moonlight, in a letter to the Den
' rcr News, dated Jan. 27th. says he has
; Wormitira that five' tribes of Indians:
'Ceyennea, Arrapahoes, Sioui. Kiowns
and Comanches, hare concentrated on
the head waters of the Smokey 11,11,
and ar. preparing (or a decent upon
PZ;rr City and vic.pHjr.
I would thit.k so to bear the aJvtciie wf
a herd law. There is no question bjgt
that something must be done by farmers
in this matter, and thatN immediately.
This county is as well, if not belter, sup
plied with timber, than any other ri the
Territory ;' but the large emigration
it, and what may be reasonably expected
this Spring, and the great number of old
fences which must be renewed, will make
a heavy "draft upon It:: This must event
ually run the supply short if nothing ;
done to prevent. Again, the timber )&
being severely encroached upon by the
clearings made for. farm. Cotton wo d
grows; fast, Lut,. we' bolieve, when put
into fences or buildings it decays faster
than it growl. - Under thrse circumstances,
the supply.of timber will soon be falling
short of the demand if '. the area of tim
ber land keeps riot pace! with the. popu
lation ; and the . timber will, soon bd in
the hands of a few, who will make the
prairie tanner' pay just such pm'es font
as they chooser It lVnot crood policy for
any class' of mn to" allow such araonop
oly to grow cp if they, can help it; and
the farmer can prevent it by planting his
own timber ard hedging. This is Avithin
the reach of all, at least the young tim"-'
berxis ; as to the best; hedging material,
that"; is an open' question.' :. Cottonwood
put into the ground in almost' any shspe
will sprout and grow;, and as soon as the
frost is out xf ;he ground' is the tirne.-.
It would be well for every one who can to
p?ant some hard wood. . ' Let' every farm
er plant all he can : if he cannot put in
as' much asnen acres, put in five. It will
pay much better, in the long- run, to put
in less corn for one season,' and plant
timber. If you do pot do this, farmers
yju will have to pay dearly for j'ur
neglect.' ' '' '" ' '' ' " '7 :: -; :' '
Many 'copperhead pipers asd citizens
are dissatisfied wnh President- Lincoln
because he did riot' humble himself to
the rebel Co nmufsi oners and propose,
what they stvle, more honorable term.
The4 following are tfre' terms, and the
only terms, upon'- which he has or will
treat with", the! Confederacy; they are
the Wily principle's" upon" which a lasticg
peace' can ever 'be secured, "and., we
hope, the only 'term that may ever be
offered them: " j
' "I have constantly been, am how. a nd
shall continue'ready to receive any agenuj
wh'otn he, .(Jefferson Divis.) or ,any
othpr 'inline mia I perkon cow. resisting
the nauorat au honty,. may informally
send to, me with the view .of 'securing
peace io the people of our crmmoo toun-
.ire... . .: A, LilKJL,Vi. :
" Three things are indispensable, to-wit;
1st. The 'restoration of'the .National
authority throughout all the States.
2, No receding by the Executive of
the . Unit' d Slates, cn the slavery ques
tion, from the position assumed thereon
in the laifc annual rn???age to Congress,
and in preceding documents. . . .
.. .3.. No cessation cf hostilities short of
an end of the war, and the disbanding of
all forces hostile to the Government.
All propositions not inconsistent' with
the above. wiU be considered and passed
upon in a spirit of sincere, liberality.
',Now, read the til:imatumrf-Jtfferson
Davis. We cannot see how! any human
being, reared under as mild a Govern
ment as this has been, can find it in his
heart, to endorse in tho least the spirit
of hate to his country which is. there
fchown. We ask every copperhead who
reads it: Are you not ashamed of your
more daring prototype; can ycu still,
even in secrecy, wish success to the ruin
tf your country? If there be any who
still do, may God have mercy on their
"guards," souls they have not ! .-Men so
far lost to the fpirit of patriotism, we
hope, may never locate 'within the pre
cints of our fair Territory, they never
can be good citizens nor a benefit to any
country. -Even . Fernando Wood ;feeU
ashamed of himself and comes out in
favor of a vigorous prosecution of ihe
war. Satan, blush for thy iniquites. and
cta.se thy' hellish schemes ; Wood has
turned for the Union. Here is Jeffs
ultimatum. Read, copperhead, read :
"In' the note which passed between
Mr. Lincoln and my he If m the matter of
the unofficial peace conference, there
was one marked difference. I spoke al
ways of two cocuTaiEs'! Mr. Lincoln
spoke of "our one common couutry." 1
can have ho ' common country" with the
Yankees. : My life is bound op in the
Confederacy; and if any man supposes
that, under an .circumstances. I can be
an agent of re-construction' of the Union,
he has viistakcn every element of my ' na-
The draft is suspended in Missouri. Gen.
EwiDg recently visited' Washington for
the purpoie of securing for the State of
Missouri the privilege of raising thirteen
regiments of cavalry in lue of the draft.
This has been 'granted, and Missouri is
free from the diaft but raise the caval
ry, we suppose, sh' must as soon as possi
ble by . volunteers. 1 i
The Richmond Enquirer says ; "One
great cause of Mr. Benjamin's unpopu
larity has been the .fact that, in no proc
lamation signed, by him as Secretary. of
State, has ever the existence of a triune
God been admitted." The , Enquirer,
doubless, thinks this accounts for the
non-recognition of the Confederacy by
the Kingdom above.
Shad are leu dollars varh in S;rvan-nsh.
' "Wily is if that the farmers ui Nebras
ka stick s riiacttmsly to the raising'of
jC.rn, Wheal aud Oats, almost to the ex-
elusion of other crops, many of which
would doubtless pay better I It lis. not
because no other crops will grow here,
qh no; but it is because tKe capacity of
the soil and climate is hot sufficiently
to4 discussed and known
Co: ton and Tobacco
have been -tried iu this couuty, and have
proved . that, ihej. can.be,, profitably cul
tivated. " Onions and Potatoes will o
well, and always command double, and
at present, thribble the price of cornier
wneat, anu jieio luriuyic uic huuiuci t
bushels to the acre. Hemp, Flax and
Castor Brans do well here, always com
mand a ready aale at good steady prices.
Why are these articles not cultivated i
If.;it is from the lack of knowledge's
to the, manner ;of Cultivation, form your
Clubs and. let it ; be discussed, jsencj ,for
books and study them.;; but Tor heaven's
sake, for our sake, for your . sake, and
for. the sake of all, donY tie yourself
down entirely to two or, three, articles.
The pleasant flavor, of an onion .at three
dollars per bushel . is a blessii.g and the
myrjed eyed potatoe-is a gopd appetizer
' . We are informedi Ly a friend who
has been canvassing some for this paper,'
thafsome object to our severity on. cop
perheads. We are pleased that'our.hum
ble efforts are felt. In lome casts of sud
den death, the corpse'is put to the, test
by burning, wuh.a-hot iro- the under
part of the. foot, to prove whether life is
pvtinrt ITniJr thp. humane idea su-r-
" a a v . .-
geMed hy this, practice, we thall continue
to sear copperheads, to learn, wheiher a
spark of patriotic life still burns in their
political corpse. . .We are. happy ta learn
that some ftfw.; wriggle under the appli
cation. - ; - ; ' i
- The Overland Mail is, doubtless,. , all
riyht by tins time, and will hereafter be
guarded against the depredations. Gen
Dodge has issued an order that all mails
will-be guarded. through. We hope he
has sent cut troops sufficient to execute
- ; .The first steamer for. "Port Benton, in
Montana Territory, on the head waters
of the Missouri, near the Rocky Moun
tains, left Pittsburg on the 18th'., r ., i
A bill has . passed Congress that ,no
man, not enrolled for rciluafy service-
cases of physical disability excepted
shall be entitled to take out a license: as
a peddler.'ji . v ...u'.
No'onimal but the dog will so readily
-croucn" 11 jne xeet ana in-ic me nana
that chastise'h it. . .
Hon. 3Iasdti Cruch, calUd on u this
morning. He was one of the' most en
ergetic members of the House-during iisrl
last session. ' IVe are proud of Cr,oucA.
wYetrs, Nebl' City. ' . . . .
Crouch was the .father of the bill to
" For the Advertiser.
' Mr. Editor: I noticed in one of vn'ur
last , issues," in the communication of a
correspondent, some disparaging remarks"
in regard to the Sai itary Commission,
in which I cannot ftdly conciii"': While1
I concede that "charity should begin at
home,"jind that our first duty is to re
lieve the soldier and his family in our
immediate neighborhood, I am not pre
pared to censure as useless, the efforts
of benevolent, people throughout the
Union, to reach the army at large thro
the medium of the Sanitary Commission.
To the soldier , in the field, or in camp,
this institution can be of but little bene
fit,, but the sick, furloughed, or, discharg
ed soldier will find it an efficient friend.
Along our military thoroughfares, from
St. Louis to Chattanooga, there is hardly
a village of importance that, has not its
'Soldier's Home," established and car
ried on by the Sanitary Commission, as
a free lodging and boarding house for
soldiers necessarily detached from their
command. And there is not one of thse
Soldier's Homes, (and there are, hun-'
dreds of. them.) that is not continually
crowded by soldiers, recipients of the
bounty of the Sanitary Commission.
Our Army Hospitals, field'and post, are
indebted to the Sanitary Commission for
almost all tf the luxuries which furnish
the light diet of 'their, patients, as well
a. the clothing and conveniences neces
sary for the Hospital. .Tlie cost of the
dried fruit, canned fruli, condensed railkj
vegelables,c, furnished, by ihis Com
mission .for Hospital use, , is immense ;
and. if these articles wer,e not. furnuhed
in this manner, our sick.. and; wounded
soldiers throughout the South, would-be
destitute of the mild nourishment winch
their exhausted systems require. It is
irue that the Soldiers of Nebraska are
mostly upon the frontier, and cannot par
ticipate to any great extent in tjie bene
fits of the Sanitary Commission, and the
efforts of Nebraskians should be first
directed to their relief, but this fact gives
us no reason to censure the philanthro
pists of the east, for the efforts they
have made for the relief of the soldier
through the channel of the Sanaa ry Com
Yours. &c, "
A Discharged SoLDita.
The President has, by Proclamation,
called an extra session of the Senate, to
roet next Saturday, March 4th.
'ffpwr ,V,.rk' FebV 21st. Charleston
was evacuated by. the enemy on the miat
of the 17th, leaving seeral forufivatious
u'ninjared, besidesJJOO lvilKU lneJ,
- The Tribune's correspoadent tives the
following account, dated Charlesicu Har-
K6r Feb. is h: i : ' : r a ;: .. ': i
Early last evening. Brigadier General
Sclieiiiinoltenning, -commanding the nor
thern district, discovered some indica
tions Which 'le'd him to believe tfTat the
rebels wete 'about to-e-acuateCIvaflesion
and its defenses, and he accordingly or
dered his pickets and; picket ton: ; to
keep a bright . lookout and (repori imme.
ena ,y "love eiu -ilb'-!
At about half-past three o clocsc mis
.mornin a terrific explosion took place
111 Charleston,' which thouk every suipin
thf - harbor.aud off ,the bar, -;Bud aluios
siniiUtaneousiy.with the e xpio. ion' flames
broke out which tould be 'distinctly seen
iu djffer'eut'pafis of 'the city. :Hi"'-1 ;
It appe'ars'the first explosion took place
at the Wilmington-depot', the ;fire., from
which rapidly commuuicated with the
adjacent. buddings causing a genera con
fbigiation of all dwelling Lous-es in the
vicinity, and it was while the Unfortunate
inhabitants were trying to ex'ingoish this
fire that the second explosion took ; place
which resulted so disastrously, causing
terrible loss of life amongst the women
and vhilnren, who- are represented as
having been horribly mutilated. ' '
At about six o'clock this morning Gen.
Schiiijmelfenntng moved his forces and
occupied the city and its defenses.- The,
formidable earthworks on James Island
ltl 1 were , found abandoned and toe guns
1 , . t a ' '
At & o'clock this morning, a'detach
mens was sent to take piassession of.Fort
Sumter, 10 raise , the (hNg which (eneral
Anderson hauled down nearly lour years
At 9 o'clock the fiair was raised amidst
deafening cheers. AS fati'as oiin forces
could be I .trouglvunio.the, city, they were
sent to work..Tto put out. the, fire, which,
up to the time of leaving". ' waa raging
fufiou! ih'differem parts of ill e ciiy '
' Old. men', women and children rushed
frtitically;ta aud.fro in agyny of despair
at the losjs of itheir hoiues and the killing
and. murdering of their friends.
It is 'impossible to 'estimate the amount
of cotton destroyed by the rebels Sev
eral thousand bales were collected itd;f
ferent parts vi. the city and stt' cu fire
simultaneously, with all the principal de
pots and warehouses.f . ,
There "is 'no' doubt 'the rebels intended
to burn the city to ihe ground despite 'the
misery it would entaif on thousands of
women, children and oldj njt n of nhich
class ihe inhebitants bf Charleston. are
now almost entirely composed., . !
It was the opinion of Geri. ' Gihhort '5
staffthat' in all probability, two-thirds t.f
the city" would be de stroyed, before the
fire:ouhl be distinguished,, with the im
perfect uivau uf; h licfoijg 11 at hand.
The last rearguml ot the enemy left
Charleston at 4 o'clock this morning, and
there are various rumor and conjectures
as la their destination, but the prevalent
opinion is that they intend concentrating
in the vicinity ofTlorence, to which point
they have railroad 'communication"" from
Charleston',- unless it has been -recently
destroyed by an expedition to Bali's Bay.
Several hundred rebels who secreted
themselves in different parts of the city
when the main column -was" retreating,
have ', 'given themselves up and tell the
usual stories of being tired of the - war.
haltr starved, etc.". ..-':. ' .;. . ' .'. n-j I ''
' 1 : : 'Washirigton, Feb. 22. -.The.
"Navy Department, has received
the following from Admiral I'orter:
U.S. Flagship Mai-verit, )
""""" Cape Fear River, P'eb.; 19.
" ' To Gideon Wells, Secretary of War.
Sir i'.l Lave the bopor to report the
surrender, or, rather evacuation of, Fort
Anderson... : ' 1 .'
Gen. Schofield advanced from Smith-
U with S 000 men on the 17ih. At
the same time I attacked the fort by pla
cing the monitor Montauk close to the
works, eiifil-idir.g with the Pawiucket,
I sent for the Adella and Pequot, the
tide and wind not allowing more vessels
to' get under fire. -
The furt answered pretty briskly, but
quieted down by sunset.
- On the 18th, at;eight o'clock, I moved
up. closer, the' Montauk' leading! follow
ed by the Huron, McKenn, Sassacus.
Ponaiure, Norotingo, Senator, Chippewa
and Little Ada, Hud kept up a heavy fire
through the'day till late mthe afternoon.
Trie enemy's batieries were silenced
ly 'three o'clock, -though we kept up fire
until dark. We auo fired through the
In the meantime General Schofield
was working in the rear of the rebels,
to cut them, off. The latter did not wait
for. the army to surmund thtun, but left
in ihe night.-taking five or bix pieces of
light artillery with them, and every
thijig: else of valu.
This morntng sotne of our troops that
were near by went in and hoisted the
flag oii the " ramparts, when the firing
ceased from the 'mortars.
- . There were htavy guns in -Ft. Ander
fon and a quantity- of amunitton. We
lofct three ktlltd and five wounds.
I ani, sir, your obedieLt' servant.
D. D.TORTER. Rear Admiral. -
Washington. Feb. 24th. The follow
ing has just; been received at the Navy
Fortress Monroe. Feb. 24. Hon.
Gideon Welles : The Schuyler has just
arrived from Cape Fear river and reports
our forces having taken - possession of
Wilmifgtan. on the morning of tha 22J
-Washington's birthday. The rebels
retreated, leaving behind a large number
of 'prisoners' in our hands."
S. D. TRENCH ARD, Corn.
Our captures, including Fort Ander
son, amount ; to SCO prisoners, aud 30
The cjiizpr.s silted that th rebels
burned 1000 bales f cotton acd 15.C0O
barrels of . rosin. . ' .
'Louisville, Feb. 24tb." A special to
th Democrat dated Nashville tbe 23J,
at 4 o'clock, p. ro., pays that intense ex
citement exist at Knoxville from a re.
port that Lonjriint' ccnmind w.i.
luorinf on that place.
NK WvADYERTISEMENTS.s THE ONLY. SURE THING.
-y-- ' v
ri N- tic i.i hercbi 'giv'n tfcat- M-,''t5ft1
Hppii ui 'ds in tho l-.bte Csurt-f Ncinnh-t c.i jotj.
Nebraska Territ. rj. to inf to Probate tht wI of
H.nAtA Minniu2.dws-d. kta uT saj.t of
Xeir-aha . I br a; roinu i the 3rd day ,.
.1 I Si! j. at ouc o'clock. P.m. as tuo tiJL-,
e in' Hmwrviiie la r&l county of NrL,
Jud? r said Probate Court.
J March l.t, 1335. '2i-3: pi
Taken up oa tha 23M d iy or Febru ry. a. d.
of ravne-,'N. T.,bj th 8ubcJ:er who
r.newhitfftr, crop r,J EfT;l!!.,W f. t in th?
1 rich nf and pror oT tbff l'fteir. u brni il '
I tho left, hip with'the le .tec "A," fjurjour old. an-i
S cndeep red haifer.i:o.!ly while faCo. wLire en the.
hip ol in tb.avnS(a an-l p.;iiy, a cr-.? ana ur.j.Ar
bit in tbo right ear ,"balf crpp on the Tn fcr, riht
horooff, an.l sJiert tail, sup: -used to be three yari
K1, oo otbcr.parlisorbr.tr: J p."r.jpiv.4hlf.
; 2-1-34 ' . JACOli it. CiiO . VELL.
--FOET UH E ! !
.-. ,.E3IIJL.OYMET FOSI
Agoatwai.teJ ihrouliout the U. b
W'alciies. Chains ', 'Sets, of Jewelry; Rings
i Pin?. Bracelets, Sleeve Bullous. Silver
: 0 Spoons and Forks, I Caps, : Cake
; i.-.M BaMs; fa.? worth- Eight .
j - Hundred, Thousand Dollars ! -,
' The Entire Stock of. a large Importing House,
retiring from business. - .
For the purposo of closing out the t4:k at th?
earliest posdib!o-diite, tbe undersigned have decided
oa a gre:it" distribution made as follows: -'
Each and every Article, no matter; how. vlu
. able, being Hoid lor, 81.
: A CERTIFICATE of each articis with' Its value
printeil upon it is placed in an env?lope.ani si alcd
thefie euvelopeg ure thoroughly mix til and s'ulu for
twenty-fire tenU' tauh tli persoa rcceiring ouo
of thtse envelopes ia entitled to th article l amed
therein by returning the Certificate to u with nim
dollar, nd tha artiole, fin matter how vaiUAbLo if
nwy be, will be f.-rwardod to binl or her at oi;ee.
There- a:e no liiank CertiE.iato and thertifore every
on is sure to g'-t, . at least, tho full, value of hi or
her moooyi Should the article named oa the cer
lifiitat not suituny other trhicb.he may selec; of
the same value will be substituted. We sell the,
certificates as follows: ' : -:i 1 '
Une for 2pcuS five for'. $1, eleven for 2, thirty
for sUty-five for 510, one hundred for 15.
Thw-distribution iSvtdi a fine' oppjrtUDity ifor
Ageits, what jady or gontlomaa will not invest
TweJty-five conts.wit!l a prospect of getting five
hundred or a thousand titnos as. much. .All orders
must be addressed to us at our old ataud Sj. 15
Maiden LaneNjw Vork. . ; ' ;.
Xjist of uaux-tiolo. , j.
..All of whib are to bt t Id lor One, Dollar each. '
3,K Gent&Gold HuiUinncseWtcoes $50 i t $150 esc-li
Soo Ladies Gold namelel-n 35 ". 70 do
' Sio Gents' llnntiiig case Silver
3.joo Goid Veal and Neck Chains -
a-jod "j . , " " : -
Zooo ,'' Oval Baii-i Bracelets,
4oo Chasal GIJ Bra i. lets
2xio Cbdteiaine nd Guard Chains
6ooo Solitaire and Go'd Bi'MH-he
2 joo Lava and Horeuiine Broches
35 " 7fl 1J
60 .' 100 d
15 ' 30 d
' 6 d
2ofO Cora!,' On i a'W Kierail B.'ooclie 4 f
2otv M' faic, Jei, Lv anl flo. entire
- Kr Drops - - '.
45-jo Cor.il, Oil and Lnx-.raid Ear D op 4 "
4.rt CaiiHr6ia Uiauimul B'9t Pm- 2 6) "
3jx Gold F d) ar;.l Vest Watvh Keys 2 63 "
4 k P h and Ve t It .W- Mi SfWw -' J 3
4o.o ietS.ii'"tS.eeve Ba'tons,Siuds S "
3 h 'tJold Tliiuibres, Pencils, 4.c ;'' 4i
6.MW Minature Lute a, t SO ,"
4ooo Miniature Lickeu Ma.'ic Spring 3
3jo'GWTo.tlipick , CroSsea, &c. 2
6.)0'i-Kiain Go.d Itiutlii . 4 "
Siioo Chased G ld Riux '4 "
Sa o Slone Sei u.1Sr,-..Pt Ttinrs 2 60 "
; 8 dt
, 8 d
. g d
a oo CjiifrnU 0i u!i I Ri if i
75 o -ve; Lliea Jewelry Jet 3t Gold 5
bruxi fet Jewelry Came Pejriitj. 4
8-oo U-dd Pens, Silver Ktens:oa
I.kier.-and P-nciN' ;; .
Sooo G Id Pens a.id GuidM uated- .
Cm)o Gold s ens and Gold extension
4 "! 4
5 " 8 ,'do
" 10 d
b' Idein ;
6xk Silver Goblets a;. d DrinWini Cupi 5 So i
3x 8iivert'at-r. .. 15 50 d
tfo. Silver Kruit an 1 Cake IUkct 20 " 50 i'o
5ooo DuZeQ S'iver Tea Spw.u '' Vi 'i So p I.
6.t- d- Co Tab.e spoon fork- 20 " 4'.).q-. I
AGENTS. W waut 'tits in cvry r; -Ir.jrir. j
ncd in every t;wn and i-ouniy iii the ouitry; an i i
ihos aetiog as .such wnli v-. H.Iowoa H c iit ; ju
very dertiS 'ate ordered by th ia, pruYiu l ilje.f
reraittiinie .amoants' to ono ii jH.ir. A.au wi.l
c lle t 25 ceu!f or evtry Ctrt Cc.,e, ar. l rta.it il-c-cn'
I ZiF V' r'ie plainly, say only wlvfvt is necessary and
Address, GIKARD.W. DEV AUCII & CO.,
2t-3tn No. 15, Miiil. n Lane, N. Y.
SI S65.0,000. 1
Watches, Chains, Rings, &c.,'&c.
. G. & IL3SKLYS CO., . :
. 16 BeeSman Street, New Tori,
Offer the Following Inducements to '
BUIERS OF VALUABLE JEWLtRY.
naving fceen for a lonir tirae engaged in the Packet
bninef-s. nd estaMisUed our reputation for prompt
ing and reliability, and poes.-ing great facilities tor
selling Jewtl ry id thi way, we are cc fide ni 'bat we
can give iratisiuciion to all who fel disposed io patron
ize us ' ' " ' ' - - : .
$650,000 Worlh of Watch c,Iia
uioud Pius. Cliains, Iliugs, &c.
All to teold for
ONE DOLLAR EACH!
Without regard to vxlue I Not to be paid for nntll
7ou know what you are to receive t
Splendid ""List of Articles !!! All to be Sold
for One Dollar Each. ! ! !
175 Watches (handsomely engraved, and . -warranted
perpeel time keepers.) vary ,.
Ing in price from $20 to $120oaca
JM Ladies' Watches folid Gold TJun-
iingCce , t5 each
24o Gentlemen's Silver Watcbea. $15 t-$25 each
6ooo Latest r vie Vest and Xeck Chains. 4 6o to 3 each
ft s Gentx' California Diamond Pins, t &o to 25 each
4hm Cdltiortiia UiamUd Car Drons. 2 oo to 15 each-J
3ooo Miniature and enamelled Revolv
ing Pins, , 6ooto2Seacn
2ooo Ca'iaiornia Diamond and Rnamei;ed s
Gent's carf.piug. new styles. 8 oo to 15 each
2ooo Masonic an 1 Emblem Pins, 3 oo to to each
S5oo Gold Bautl Bracelets, engraved
anil plain 3 oo to 2r e tcb
3ooO Mosaic nd Jet Brwches 1 oo tu To tat'b
8..00 Cauito 15r, o'-hes ric r sterns, 3 oo to k each
41oo i'lorvnuce aud Lavs Pin-, the real
' articla 4 co to Io each
&5oo Lava cinl Florentine Ear Drops , 3o-loleacn
3ooo Cora! Kar Drops 4 oo to i-xcU
2.WO LudiC-' Ci.ateiaii'Cba!n jet St cold 15 'to lo ti e.cb
ooo Geots Ping, a rpUncid asortn.eiil 2 o o !6 each
t-xo S)lltair S;eeve B!in, oa ia 6 etcU
Sv'oo Si wn a ad Sleeve-Buttons, in seta,
very rt b 3 oo to 15 e.tch
6ooo S feve hutuns plain, enametiei
and engr'AT.' I 2 oo to 8 each
Ukxk) Plaiji .i l tun':' uie'y eng. Ring 3 5..' io lo each
8ooo Spring Lockets, doubie case, richly
engraved 2 oo to 14 each
15ooo pts Ladi' Jewelry, new and
latent siyle-, 6iotol2ea.b
2joo Gold Pens aud ifandionie Silver
Ca.-es 6 oo t j lo each
. Tbis eniire Iit of beantiiul and Tlndi e Goods
wilt t9 coid. for Up e D dTar -3Ch. Certil!t4ts ol all
thesl,oe articles wiil It idared in enveioteo, aud
seated. These envelope will b eiu bv.maii, as cr
derel, without regard to clndce. (n receiving a Cer
tificate you will oe wbai article y.'J arqtobae, anil
tten it is optional Uti you to eeud one dollar and re
ceive the artii le or not.
Certulcaies cju be o!ered for ,! ; Eleven for $2;
Tbtrtj five for $3; Sistj-ave for $10 aud On hun
dred for $1V We will feud a ing.e Certiorate oa the
ttce:pi of 15 cents.
O. S. HA8K1773 A CO -I?,
.s 4270 3J Btreiui iu S'.ieei, K T.
vl-24-iin A. & Co.
Notice 4 hereby yiven ti nt l-y virtue -f .in
esecuti-'n isjuol out of th Di-driet C,.iirt r f be
County of Nem i'n. i t thi T -rnt iry J .N"t;Vi'iki ,'
on a certain jaia.'iil oit iin ;d in iid Court by
Kli II. WiUox,ni;ia-t Gcorr-idl. Xixen. and t iai
directed as Sheriif of .-Hid County, t will oa'ar for
Kile at public nuc'ion hi tbe iront do r ? f toe
Brownvilie Ilune iu ihe City f llrowavii'i '13 si-.l
Cnnn'y of fiiuw,-(thiit- bein the build. a in
wbich the la-: t tenn ,,f the sr?i il V triet Court w.:.
held) on Satu.d.iy th Ibth d iy ot Mrrh. IS 1 5. ar
on o'clock, P.-51. of tbat day. the following real
Ette'to wit : t!ie Fast h:ilf of Lad No.' Six f 6"i
end Soven (7)'ai:l finy feet, t ffor the West j art of
Iot So. nit e ('9 tail of the sVove in I'd n-k No. twen
ty ( 2'J) in tbe Ci'y of Browti7d'e in the Ccar.fj of
emaha in tbe Territory of , Nebraska ; taken as
tbe property of said b'eorgj II. Mxou, by Tirtae of
Said execution. . '
Given nnder my hand tbii 15th dty of February,
A D. IS65. . .
W. G GLASGOW.
I J j
A- thw nanf IndiTlta', ii cot vnj flENEWS tae
Tvwth t-f th i.air Whew thin and filling .f5, Vul i;
'fos.tlvefy'KESKTi-- TIIEC01.01; to us urinal
ha3 when it m turning g-y or white, whe uor
cuu-vd by i'fo, gi icf T old ara.
. It win crtniniy do wh.it is i!j;uiJ for it, a ft
towikii Lui:d"e niy, tht.BSinds.who hueiso.i
it, are ready and wii'.;t. to testify.'..- When one tot
ile is fairly used, in ajir e inmuuity. its rcputa i-m
'Spread.-like wild fire," and is the best a.lvert-i -meut
and recoaauendatioQ wed s:re.. IntheL'ast
orn tatrs, wh:e tbc -I.ENEWEli ' origii.afci!. it
ia us'-J by al! Young LndiV-i aa I'n s.d'ig, aad ;s to
be found on the toilt tubles Yviunjt M. n, aliofn
their barbers;) while O.dirVen ardVem-n win
Dot b without it, s a rmewi-r nd ruftijraiv f .r
their grt? bws and bald heads, which it ch.-vigt,
to their entiro sa'islaetioo. - '
We are veiling in the cUy of Boston alone, op
wards f 16,000 bottles per month , the dea'ers giv
ing tha KEN EWEIt the f reference over all other
il tir Preparations. '
If nt E s'lld y D?uggist3 in your town j a Trial
Bottle will basent you by Expos', upon receipt of
one dollar by muil thus S'V1DS yi'u aa opportunity
itt once for testing its excflleut virtues. -
fir?Ordersfor Trial Doftle?, m'isi be aJdressi d 'o
our tenral Agei.t for the North w. stern State, C.
A. COOK, Eos t521rCh:c go, III. All swh oidcrs
will r.ceve prod itattntion. '
. U. F. U ALL & CO., Proprietors,
... Nashua, N. Q.
The tr.ide supplied nt Marufact.uiers Prices bv
FULLEii, UNCII & FCLLE1:,' Wholesale Lrug
nsW.Cnicairo. Illino'S. ' 25 v'J 5m
James Jeff-rs, John Jeffursand William JefTers.wil
take notice that L'enjaniine F. Liishbaagh dil.oc
the o;h day of January,' A.' D. 1S:55. file his b ll of
complaint, in the District Court of Nemaha County
Nebraska Territory, in Cnaneery, against Anm.
JetiTS, James Jcffers, John Jeffers, Robert Jetfers,
William Jeft'ers, Isaiic JefTcrs, Isaiah JefTcrs, Hary
A. Jeffers Manuel F. Jeffers, Elizabeth A. J-ffers
and John L. Carson defendants ; for the .foreclos
ure of a certain Deed of trust, or mortgage, qiven
by Thomas J. ffers, deceased, iu his lifetime, t the
Said Complainant and defendant John L.' Cgrsn,
ol the North Eart quarter of Section No. T velve
( 12) in Township No", five i 5) North of Range No.
fifteen ( 15) East, in Saia County, and Terr tory,
to.-ei'ure the payiu.rit'of a certain j r missory aotc
for the sum-of 50,00 with'iaterest thereon at the
rate ol five percent per inotii. The ibject and
prayer of fuid bill is to foreclose Said De si
Trust, or m..r:gago,anI ror the sale of Said rretn
ise to pay the money so secured. Yom are rjqui'
red to appear and answer Said bill ou the tenth
day of April, A. D. H;5 ,or tbo ruin? will be :aLet
as 'rue at.d a decree entered accordingly.'"
Dated llrowuville, b ebrairr, 2lsB ISdj.
CiiAKLES li. DOUSEY, ;
23-4t $ 13.50 Sol. for Complainunt.
. - NOTICE.
Oa Saturday, yareh U:h, 1SG1. Twill ofcrfor
rale, to the highest bidder fur eoh iu hand, in tl.e
City of Erowovilie, Nemaha c unty, Ncbrajka, One
ILia Pi ny, four year old. taken up byTiioma.s
lc.ir t. and appraised at
George W. Crowder will take notice that JIattie J erroruied, cli.e ti .s u-tdn.
J. LroW'ier. as piaiut;a, has Lieu a petition a, ;ain$t j
bi n in tl.e Di.-trict Court of 'cmiua Count-', Ne- I tIZi JC"
brark-j Territ' rv. the Lb,-.ci imd prayer of saiv ih-u-
r.i.j, i:. to .b aiii adeeioooi naki Court divorcing tier
ir...ni tiic b o.ds u in ilnmony iici'etoiorc cuccr ,d in
iti s.iid te- rge V. Uro.vJer ; also forrasot-.
ubi-J a.iiuooy ; aud to.ti tae .-. j of t. e. ard I i
u. e. y .toe sr. e. ," s , t jwa.'fi. 4. nortn
t.f raiiao i2, tn.-t ct t:ic C.b jt!i.tipai tuendii. o, io
Jol n.-oo county, iu .aid Territory ?l Ncbi'Mfka, liia.i
be d-'Tei-d to ner ns Uai"oy. Del'--ndai;t i rc-qu:r-d
to answer by too lUta uay of ap is, A. Li.
E. W. THOMAS-,
2:1 -4 'J 'J .Soi. tor CouipiLitut.
ALE OF APPRAISED STOCK
! th tr.frMiid Apviawrrt a
Kelly J.l. .aviriiisel a corttu UroWi
l.oii ii by .'
The iib-.ve to be tt. d tl:t biahesl bidder for
cii.-n, uu i; o 4 U day of March, tii.. -i'u
N. '1. Ecbruarv, id l3o5,
j. p. Trr.mc,
: 21Strd. J. W.PAKIrU.
Jonathan Havid wil take notice tr.at 1 iison ris inforni ki .-n mv u
Hughes as plaictiif has tied a bill of txtitciaict
;tr:iinst ibo said David as deiendjnt t n the l icce
i v sids- f tho D s;rict C-.ur "f N'emih-ii Cosuty in
th: Twriiory'of Nebrark . Tn objit anl ptayer
ol aid bid is to obtain a decreof ta d court cancel
ling and !,nnu:iiiig a certain deed mude by p ait tui
in fjyorof d' fend.int, Augu.-t4i'n lr'C: to the North
V't.-t quarter of Suction' lourtceu in To:rnf-!sip five
Ni.rth d' iiae fourteen East of tbe 6th prlooijel
Mcrid.'an. riioatcd in s:iid county-of Neuuba
as bavtiK; bico obtained frma plaiuuS" by fraud,
f ree, violence and thra"a ; 6r to couipl ad de
fendant to reconvey s:iid land top.aiutiif.
Defendant is' required to ns wer .aid petition on
or before the 27th day of March Uoj.
Solicitor fr Coup't.
February, 0th 1S.5. 2l-4t$!f.6i)
J.' tV. BLISS,
ilain Street. 2 doors East of Poet OiSce,
HROWNV1LLE, NEB. s
AUCTION SALE at the Piineer An ticn Eon-e
Every Saturday. J. W. BLISS,
Fbo. Rnn.P. flesacd Revolvers, for sale t Dlisa'
Onepwi Uahber ffju-.n Sheet, for site tt BtUa',
Ctc jo f r Ca.-h. -
IPO Acr,'of nood 'Lnd For Sste cl-ep. al;o House
aud Lo', Eixjuire at the Pu:.eer AO"Mt.,rt It .rs .
Over Coats at E:nt.m cost, at Uli V,
Fine St.K:k of LJi-' Snoea for sale at, dstai
tbo rioceer Auction House.
Twofi d VTirk noises and cne M organ Co' t 2 years
old for at 3iLi' Correil.
S voiil hand Cook Stove for sale choap enquire
at Hlis' Auction K mcis.
Linen Tabte Cloths for ' sal cheap at the Pioneer
Auction H juse.
A pnir t t Splendid Bnszy Tlorswi, apd ene Scd Top
Ensgy for s-le, ei quneof Biii-s
A fi-ie rrtuier.t of Tb'.e Cutlery for Sale at Blifs'
Auction R on.
Lar.e Sf k of dyj Dootand Sho -s,
Auction Uoctaa two doors east c
a; cot, at
or the: Fust
URON'NVILLE... ....,NE JIIASKA
Calls the attention of Gentlemen deslrins new, oei
ervicit!e a:t.' r jt.:,.rnoie
' ' TO HIS
: .HEW.ST0CK 0RG00DS.
y KO A 0 CLOTHE CASSlilKRS, VE5TIXG3. Hc..K
iiVTZUZ VKIIY laATCST STILLS,
Which he wii! sell ir make rn. to order. -1 unprece
dented !i-w f.ru-o. Ilavu.a cn band one of
SIXER'S SKWLXti 'JiACniXES,
he is able lo do Custom worn at rates that d iuipe
titlua. I warrant my work,
Unnd as well ts 3Iachlnc T ork.
Th e wtiiuv any iuiu in his line wii do well to
rait and ex iuii:ie his .tocx before Inrestiuif, as he
pieces himcelf to hold out peculiarly fa ort;e la
duem'it February 23, 15o4. yly.
COLLARS, Whips i7.N
Cf thf? rn.'.it'n..
- - t
'ess cf ?
To all cf which I ;u::e . ;
of a generood puilic
Jan. 2tb, 13 i.
DK. J. A.Big;:
Magnetic & fcv
t J r
OQ Washington .ice. hi ij . '
" (POST Q--TXZ B.-.ia '
The Supernatural G.ft of nahr-;-
sessf 'uv thU woudrtu! psr iV
lug desreo, convinces tti bu4 a,;
limited Poet be ims In usa rm;'
HKA LP H Br tut 7
IVer he is enauled to perY? fc
tion, and U ecaowed wl.h ide. j . -
This fact the Doctor b-i
or cases from aU lrt .f u u
twelve years. The t.i'i.j-;;:j
o( inne f.rm. vield nmlerhu Ju .
one to ix weefea; PAUALYsli
the N'ervoua 8ynieia in.ii.in i;
I'lTS ia lr"tn one to thrf 4,r, ;
LilVEJK, L.ilAET i d JCiil
to tea days, ait D.te?i i iu.
Scrofula. Erysipei.ti. Fevers ,
ing to tbe severny t lie t -5
Treated by a NewHy.Xi : i
ui'Wt fc:ippy 'e-uit.
Tbe Da:or' ilnn are Cfr '
prcuounced inc'iraij e ty a-
a:.d no one i-hoe'd !e.'i;r(t it
exaniined by th p.M.t c;.
a-iitu qucsii-DT. Lo
0nduiono iiy aa-i ail I.
pivm;-e re.iet. ?.... .i
and su' n t tt v n..t va iw ' t.t'. ;
to lei' ify t) tre Poctut's
Te I"xtor a?vem-es b.,Si.k v. .
ut'i l. y lo perrorot, ;nd will iwi .
aaiioidctivn to all w ' me '--r i -
ah I wliV C i:Ilot MBit t.. '."K -
ejaiine-1 wi pre- rlbi t "i -c
MIi w e ;-t If lot ill i.i
ASTH1LV. hrrft..f.T CM.-'"
disea-e i trca'.et ua '".
st.uice i-v ,ue l'vt.r' nr ty
All C- ..t-d of CANC- '
otanoiio; rem in na u w
fciiV'ii i'i iriiinen' or pia '1 1 ' ,
ihe l.'i.r hiie in tte I' i: '
fcut wii i. nj otier ; I'
A OLNTI.KMAN.tiu.J .; -compel
i y, I'ri mi'ur' l"
tutiv !y dr.o to b a i
t- t'urvh to it'! wlv: tff.l i .
rif'!;-.'i!!i ti t :vtM ioii.. ; r :u
u-ed in ' ease. ?'jt'--r--r- .. .
!lvrSi.., b:i I ", '' ' J
alt, a ole 'c-ii.ely. 1'3
oc-j at h'. pi.i' f i lii:n $
iurorm-iti. u-f Vit-il im;-?' Ay - j
Ully at ui by retain uui: A'- J
Xo. 1J Mata :
Having - ttrl-
to Wind upc;'-,
mT tn "f T? V
stock ctni;: -
, . v,
. - i
: "yf -t'rrrjslBxstTlouromtnei. o.
ei jni 1 J OrTf,f7fJ j JL hif nd wb'lesCt kentT
mi1B N5tf luTron tne i. o. -w -
JONATHAN GILL. 1 k
X" Cabs and Wneelb&rrows - . ; -
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