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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1865)
JOHN.L COLHAPP, EDITOR.
BROWNVILLE, THURSDAY ARRIL 6.18C5.
Richmond, the Capital of the Confede
racy has fallen, and the army of its de
fenders tave Ekiddtddled, after. being
tererTy whipped by the Union army on
the 6ih, 7th and 8th. Petersburg is also
in our possession. Grant is pursu
ing Lee towards the Danville road, and
is only a question of time" which gets
there 'first, and SheridanV cavalry are
awift-footed, as Lee knows to his sorrow.
Not a word is said, in all the disrobes,
about Jefferson Daris. Abraham Lin
coln is at the . front. Sherman's army,
hen last heard from, were operating in
thericinity ef Goldsboro. Mobile is be
ing slowly but surely invested by cur
army. There is but little doubt that the
rebellion, is tirtually whipped out, a
stand maybe made by the rebels, but no
success can possibly set them on a war
Our captures, in the fighting before
Richmond, will be about 12,000 prison
ers and 60 cannon.
There appears to be but little doubt
that Andrew Johnson, was under the
influence of liquor at the time of his in
auguration as Vice President. Another
fact, equually disgu u'ng. is that some of
the loyal papers hae been, ertr 6ince
the inauguration, filled with this topic,
setting forth the matter in its mostofTen
rire aspect, we presume, to prore their
freedom from party spirit We think
the offense is great on account of the
position he occupies i we also believe
ihst if his impeachment and rpmoval is
deemed necessary, it will be done with
out opposition in Congress by either
party. Under this, opinion we rest easy,
and believe it unnecessary to harp on
this matter, which," frm its incipiency.
was "stench in the nostrels" of the
American people, without any extra
The new Internal Revenue Law is
but little understood, and, consequently,
many questions are asked' of the Com
missioner of Revenue, and maoy decis
ions are made. The following is the
substance of the .latest that have come
to our knowledge .
An Attachment Bond is a bond re
quired in legal proceedings, and as such
is exempt from stamp duty. The bond
given by the defendant i. executed for
the purpose of obtaining pos?essin of the
property seized ; and is not a bond re
quired in lgal proceedings, in that it
'may be dispensed with if the defendant
chooses to allow the property to remain
'in the hands of the constable, and is
therefore subject to a stamp duty of
Any person having paid ten dollars
for a cattle-broker's license is authoriz
ed to sell cattle, hogs or sheep to the
amount of ten thousand dollars annual
ly, no more. But where several such
brokers act in partners-hip in uch a
"manner that the sales ot each cannot be
separately computed, the law is constru
ed to allow tush firms to sell an amount
equal to ten thousand dollars for e?cb
member of the firm.
The Petroleum fever is raging ovfr
the wh;l of this continent, few States
er Territories but what have discovered
oil, and those that have not, will always
think they cuht tc, or cctld if they 'd
caly bored. Of this latter class is Ne
braska. There are very good indications
cf Peirclf um on Rock Creek, in this
county. We are told that in one Spring
cear Glen Rock, the oil may be seen to
rise to the surface, and spread on' the
surface, when the bed of the spring is
disturbed. We are informed that a pint
t-f the crude petroleum has been collect
id from the spring above mentioned. A
better indication than this may be seen
... -t- j: ri r i.
Ou me prairie rurruuuuiug uicu nutk,
sunken holes, varying from six inches
u two feet in diameter, in which the
ground is actually burned to the depth of
two inches, which is supposed to be on
n account of the ground being impreg
nated with petroleum or the gas arising
from it, which may have been ignited
by the prairie fires. We hope it may
"jan out." There are several men with
capital who srt now in this county prospecting.
The Miller that is now grinJing on
ihe "official organ of Richardson county,"
and trying to play a neutral tune touit
all parties, speaks of our "promotion
from a soap factory." We worked for
im jut previous to taking charge of the
Advertiser ourtelf, and admit tl at Miller
did manufacture much "soft-soap" for
political purposes while h had charge,
qrhl'hwe had to put in type. This is
' near!, to find fault for what he agresi to
Tl y &' ? tQr' We are sorry we ever work- j
ii f?r rjcb a Syip-ttt i, anyhow. ;
Faibvixw, BaownviLLK Precijcct,
March' 3 1st. 1565.
Fairview Club met persuant to ad
journment, Geo. Crow, Esq., in the
Chair, and F. E.Allen, Secretary.
The question of erecting a Joint Stock
Farmer's Flouring Mill, introduced and
discussed at length. The idea gave gen
eral satisfaction, and, met with the favor
of the entire Club After mature de
liberation the following resolution was
presented and unanimously adapted?
Reso rcJ. That this Club believe it
would be of the greatest profit and ad
vantage to the Farmers of this County
to have-such a Mill, and that we do
request the co-operation and assistance
of all other Clubs in this county in this
matter ; and. that we, members of Fair
view Club, do agree to do all in our
to forward this beneficial enterprise.
After which a committee of three,
consisting of Fredrick Schwartz, B. F.
Mclninch and C. F. Haywood, was ap.
pointed to report on a favorable site for
such a Mill.
The following resolution was adopted:
Resolved That the proceedings of this
Club be published in the Nebraska Ad
vertiser. No other business appearing the Club
adjourned to meet at its next regular
meeting night, Fndiy, April 7th.
GEO. CROW, Chairman.
F. E. Allen, Secretary.
. Here is a question of vital importance
to farmers, which requires a united fTurt
Farmers, think of it ; in your Clubs di.v
cuss it. and if you h?.ve no Club organize
immediately. We will give all such
notice free insertion. Organize and
lets have a County Fair this year in this
County. All the printing required for
it shall cost nothing. Farmers, wakr
up! Every business is feeling the im
pulse of renewed vigor as emigrant
are pouring in. Be not behind as a
class, but make an effort at thorough
farming, blooded stoeu and place jour
self in a united portion so that it will pay
men to exhibit the best labor-saving im
plements for your inspection. The be
nefits of County and State Fairs are in
estimable to all classes. Organize and
lets have your proceedings.
Much is expected, by (fie leaders of
the slave-owners rebellion, from the con
scription of negroes allowed by the last
rebel Congress. From the law passed,
authorizing such conscription, it appears
the freedom of conscripts, after they have
faught the battles for their masters, is
not contemplated. The 5th section, of
the conscription act is as follows :
"That nothing in this act shall "be
construed- to authorize a change in the
relation of said slave."
This bill was passed by only two ma
jority. The above clause was all that
secured it passage, and shows with what
tenacity the rebels cling to their original
motive for the war.
" The elTi cts of the Equinoctial Storm
on the Iron Mountain Railroad in Mis
souri is described as haying been very
disaster-us. The Toss is over $100,000.
Nine bridges were carried away or so
badly damaged as to become useless.
There were a great many heavy land
slide occasioned by the storm. This
road was greatly damaged by Price's
last niM, and this visitation of Providence
is a little too much of a good thing for
A large fleet is being fitted out at New
York for the Mediterranean, consisting
in part of the, steain-frij-rues Brooklyn,
Colorado, Minnesota, Powhattan. Wa
bash and Keafifirgp. a few gunboats, rd
the iron-clads Dunderherg, Dictator,
Puritnn and New Ironsides. The whJe
under ihe command of Rear-Admiral
The Vickeburg Herald has informa
tion that a few days ago a regiment of
Texans moved "on the prison pen at Jack
son and literally demolished it, telling
the primers confined there to go home;
that they hemjejves had enough of war,
ar.d were goisg to Texas.
The Rulo Register is the best country
paper on our exchange list, and contains
some wise sayings; and new theories. The
contents of ihe last number: A two col
umn editorial, cn both sides of the Re
construction question, evincing great pre
cocity in its author; a "Muddy corres
pondent," eulogizing the editor for his
manliness and bravery in taking a neutral
stand ; and one soporific column for our
especial benefit. It is the privy verdict
of many of its patrons that it is a neces
sary article in their families.
Major H. Sleeper has been appoint
ed Surveyor General for Kansas and
Nebraska, in place of W. H. Wilder.
The Sccertary of War has decided
that soldiers who have been in continu
ous service two years, are entitled to the
United Slates bounty of one hundred
The proceeds of the Sanitary Fair held at
Philadelphia last June, are just reported
by its Treasurer at SI, 035,398 56.
Oa the Cth of February Queen Vic
toria parrowly escaped death by the
falling of an elm tree, while she was
tftkink an airing in the Home Park,
The following is said to be an extract
from a letter recently written by Gen.
We are now having fine weather, and
I will be able to wind up matters about
Richmond soon. I am anxious to have
Lee hold on where he is a short time
longer, so that I can get him into posi
tion where he must lose a great portion
of his army.' The rebellion has lost its
vitality, and if I am not much mistaken,
there will be no rebel army of any great
dimensions a few weeks hence. Any
great catastrophe to any of onr armies
would, of course, revive the enemy for
a short time, but I expect no such thiuar
to happen. I am' in excellent health,
but would enjov a little respite from duty
wonderfully. I hope it will come soon.
' By order of the War Department, all
Union prisoners belonsing to Ohio, In
diana. Kentucky, Michigan, Virirjia
and North Carolina, will be sent toCamp
Chase, Ohio. Those from Illinois, Wis
consin, Kansas. Minnesota and Missouri
will be sent to Benton Barracds, Mo.
Miller was much chagrined last win
ter, while he acted as an Engrossing:
Clerk at Omaha, at not receiving an in
vitation to the Governor's party. Cause:
the Governor had read Miller's paper,
and didn't invite the copper-plated kind.
Tbe Fall of Richmond.
Washington. April 1 11 p. m.
To JMaj. Gen. Dix : The following dis
patch t rem the President received to
inghi shw.N that the desperate struggle
b ifttu our forces continue? undecided,
although ihe advantage teem to bfc on
our side ;
City Point, Anril . To Hon. R. M
Stanton. Sec cj War: A dispatch just
received, shows that Shei idan, aided by
Warren, at 2 o'clock this evening, pu-!i,
d ihe enemy back s7as to tnke the Fivt.
Forks and bring his own H adqearters
up to Fori Barseous. The Five Fork.,
barricaded by the nemy, wis carried
by Divan's division of cavalry. Tht
part of the enemy seems to be now iy
iiig to work aln2. the White Oak Rj.id
to join the maiii force in from uf Gram,
while Sheridan and Warren are press
mg as cloely a possible.
Washington,; April 2., 6 a. tu To
Jla. Gen. Dix: A dispatch just receiv
ed t y ihe War Department fvoni Gen.
Grant announces the triumphant success
of our arms after three days hard fight
ing, during which both sides exhibited
City Point, April 2, 5:30, p. m. A
dipatch from Gen. Grant states that
Sheridan, commanding infantry and cav
alry, has carried everything before him.
He captured three brigades of infantry,
a wagon train and several batteries of
artillery. The prisoners captured will
amount to several thousand.
L. S. BOWERS, A-A. G.
Washington, April 2. 11a. ra. To
Jlfaj. Gen. Dix; The following from the
Pretident, dated 8:30 a. m. gives the
latest intelligence from thtf front, where
a furious battle was'raging with continu
ed success to the Union armies.
Signed, E. M. STANTON
City Point, April 2. 8:30, n. m. To
Hon E. JU. Stanton: Last night Gen.
Grant telegraphed that. Gen. Sheridan
with his cavalry and the 5ih earns bad
captured three brigades of infantry, a
train ot wagons and several batteries.
Th prisoners amounting to several thou
sand. This morning Gen. Grant having or
dered an attack along the whole line,
telegraphed as follows: -Both Wight
and Paine have got through the enemy's
lines. The battle now rages furiously,
Sheridan with his cavalry, th 5;h corps,
of .Miles' division, are " sweeping down
from the West. All now looks highly
favorable. Gen. Ord is engaged but 1
have not yet heard the result."
Signed, ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
Washi ngton, April 2, 2,ni., To Maj.
Gen Dix; The President in the subjoin
d U leg mm gives the latest news from
Ciy P.iiut. April 2 Dispatches are
frequently -tiling in and ail is going on
finally. Gtrii's Parke, Wight and On!s
lines are -xti.ding from th Apoinatix
to Hatch, rs Hun. Ih-y had all broken
through the enemy's entrenchtd iines
and taking some forts, gun? and premi
ers Geu. Sheridan wi'h hi.- own caval
ry and the 5ib corp and part of the 2d
corps, is on the epeny- rlpk.and V ight
already tearing up the Southed- Rail
road. , Si. Louis. April 3 At half pat nine
oVIock this morning a dispauh was re
ceived al the telegraph o&ce iu lh-.. ccv.
from the opnratr at New York, fta'iog
that Richmond had been taken. The
announcement was not official and the
publication of it was withheld till con
firmation should be received.
At 10 o'clock h dUpatch from Secre
taiy Stanton tu'Geu. Dix was received
confirming the news and placing it be
yond all aoiht. Secretary Stanton briefly
stales that General Wetzel entered Rich
mond at quarter past 8 o'clock this morn
ing and occupies the city. It doeJ not
appear that there was any opposition.
' New York, April 3. At 8:30 this
mornmg the President reports that
Petersburg is eracuated and Grant says
Richmond is also.
Grant is pushing on to cut off the
Buffalo,' April 3 Dispatches from
Eastern cities show great excitement and
rejoicing over the fall of Petersburg
Washington, April 3. 12, m. To Maj.
Gen. Dix : The following official con
firmation of the' capture of Richmond
and announcement that' the city is on fire
has been received.
E. M. STANTON.
City Point, April 3, 11 a. m. To E.
M. Stanton, Secretary of War: General
Wetzel telegraphs as follows : W7e took
Richmond at b:15 this morning, and cap
tured many guns. The enemy left in
great haste. The City is on fire in one
place. Every effort is being msAe to
put it out. The people received us with
enthusiastic expressions of joy. Gen.
Grart started early this morning with
the army toward the Danville road to
cut off Lee's retreating army, if possi
ble. President Lii.coln has gone to the
front, T. S. BOWERS, A. A. G.
The Grandest Scheme of the Age is
the lottery by which thePatee House in
this citv is to be disposed of with all its
furniture, which is of the richest and
most co3tly kind. The drawing of this
Lottery is irrevocably decided to take place
on the 26th day of April. 1SC5. by order
of the Proprietor, Treasury and Direc
tory. Whoever intends to buy a ticket
must speak soon, or the chance will be
lost. -St. Josejh Herald, Feb J9ih.
We have the best assurance that this
Lottery will be fairly and honorably cou-
ducted. Those, desiring to purchase
tickets can see the Scheme of Prizes at
Marsh. Bros & Zook's Books Store, and
tickets may be obtained, through them,
of N. S Harding & Co., Nebraska City,
at 2 -ach Nw's the accepted tim.
THE ONLY SURE THINQ
&arthii Swift. Jiary Ann Peainian, John Fran
cis Swnt, William A. iwift, NaroU'us Horn,
Nitban V. Swift, aad othwrs th unknown heirs
of J(,i!bau W. Swifl, doomed, will take notice
that Edwin S. D. ilarxb. as plaintiff, has filed a
bill in chancery in the District Court of Nemaha
countj, Nebraska Territory, agiuDit tbrm as de
fendants. Said biJI fPisfurtU that Nathsn W.
Swift together with Martha Swift, execu ed ana
delivered to plaintiff a Deed to lots 7 and 8 in
Mock 109, in the city of Peru, in paid county of
Nem;thi, which ' deed was- accidentally dwtroyt-d
without being ruKrlod. The object and prayer
uf said bill is to obrai a from iaid Court a perfect
title to the said lorsmlaror of plaintiff. ,
IK ffTidant are required to answer said bill on
or beloro iht '22i day of a. d..
29-4i-d - ; Solicitor tor (Jwinpiainant.
Jlectiu or School Examinre.
Notice is h,ereby given that the ll. urd of School
b'x.iuiiuers of Nvum1i CJouuty, Nbj;k-ka, will hold
uieeiiiis for the Examination of Teaches for
gam County, at tbo tace f E. V. Thorn.-, Esq.,
in lnvwnviili, u tho lit Saturday in every tujuto,
oi-'w...H the hours of i.no auU 3 P. M, Applicant
r r -erlideaUs -r r .quired to bo preseutat ont
oVl 4-k, preeistily, or ihey wiii not b examined.
Nu person ned aply at any other lime.
ly order of the Hoard,
E. W. THOMAS, Clerk.
A,-ril 1st, ISflS. ?9-yly
H 0 sr
(r 0 J II M
4 V D
A- the name indicate, ir. not only KFNEW S th"
growth of the hair wb-.-n th'n and falling ff, but i1,
potitively KENEW 1UE COLOR to it orig nal
!)ade when it U turning grey t rwLitc, whether
rau.-ed oj iseaae, grie f or old asr?.
It will certainly do whrtt i. claimed forif, a tict
to wbkh hundred:?, ray, thouyar is who have used
it, are ready Bd willing to testify. Yvhea one bot
tle i fairiy used, in any ceininiin'ty. its reputation
'Spreads like wild fire," and '8 the best advertise
ment and recommendation we desire. In the East
ern State, whre the "HEXEWER" originated, it
is ust J by all Young Lndios as a Pressing, end i to
be found on the toilet tables of Yourg Men,(aloai
their b irbers;) while Older Men and V'(.min will
not be without it, as a renewer and reiterative for
their grey locis and bald heads, which it charges
to their entire satisfaction.
We are soiling in the city of Boston alone, up
ward of Ifi.COU bottles er month .the dfa'ers giv
ing the KEN EV E R tho preference over alt" Other
Hair Preparations. . .v-
If not sold l.y Uruista inynar town, a Trial
Bottle will be sent you by Express, upon receipt of
one dollar by mail thus giving yiu a opportunity
at once for testing its excellent virtues,
ISfOrders for Trial lMtlex, must be addressed to
our Gen-rot Agert fr the Northwestern States, C.
A. COOK , B i. 6324, CLicugo, 111. All such otdcrs
will receive prom tattcntion.
Ii. P. II ALL & CO,, Proprietors,
- Naah ua, N. II.
The trade supplied at Marufacturers1 Prices by
FULLER, FINCH & FULLER, Wholesale Drug
giHts.Caicago, Illinois. - 25 v9-6m
Just received by
J. BERRY & COf,
MJ IX STREET,
Having laid in ouf preset; stock at re
duced prices for Cash, we ars enabled
to defy cornpetitioa in-the way of selling
the articles in the market
CHEAP FOR CASH.
1 i...njn II. Mrsli iH, Mary C. Marshall, his wife.
.!! M'tl.i.ini 1). Cdy,will take notice that Joseph
JLiiv.y , i,- couipiaiiiiMK, I as tiea a bill in chancery
iu ih.- OirKt Court t Neuiaha county, Nebraska
Territory, aain-'t thuu ai.d John L. Carson.
UelVudiinir. I he object and grayer of raid bill is
to lurot iytfw a ceriia Deed t.f Trust, "'u tne Nature
i t a atoriago, adeemed by Thouias JI. ilan-ball i.
John Ij. Car?on, ai Tru.-te', upon the S'luih-eu't
quarter of Seeti.iij eighr, ?ownfhjp six, lmrth I
lunge IKlcu ii-t, in euaiiii Oimuty, Nebri.-a.
Ttiruurytt' secure ti.e ( -ij muit of a PriinidSMry
Note to oorpmioaut lor $-'o Uv, lucuiijned in said
Deed of 1'iUitj aud tor tuo ?al ot said premises
to pay said not, nod also to cr. a&ide a certain
Deed, ot a oortpn of srJd preiu's-jj, t xicuted by
saidTt; mas H. Marshall to said William D. Cady,
to far us the same eiiocts the prior liua and right of
cui..:tiiiiit, mid aUo to bar tao said il-:ry C. Alar
fhail of her Duttor in said proiuises. The said
Thomas U. JiHrs-LalL. Mary Q. iMarsuall and Wil
liam D.Cady are notified tnat the are required to
answer said bill on or Before the 22d day of May,
a. d 1833. CHARLES G. DORSEY,
Solicitor for Coaiplaiaat.
Dated April 5th, 1865. 29-4t-i3.50
Daniel Kinnisou, William Kinnison, Senior,
William Kinuisou J uni-ir, Georgu Kiuhhou and
Pegj;y Kinuison, will take notice, tbt RenjHtn'tje
F. Lub Laugh fl ecnipu.iuaid, Las tiled a bill in
t bailor), in tie D.-t!ct Court of Nem. ha County,
ebra.-ki Tertiioiy, 3Hinst theni and Dvid Kin
nisB N'w(.:i Ki;iu.i'0, Jubu Kiiiiim, M,ry
nroAf and Emabotii Deiiy, iiairs i i 1'. i y Kioui
a .n,iieeuuscd,aul Ki.-bard V.iiuhes Adurmstrator
ot faid Estate, nd Joiin L. Cava n as duteudants.
Taeol'jeel und jraytr of said Liu is- to iuitx.Soe
I'eed oi trust, in thw iwmre tl a nj'i'g'.i',1 g;vun
j Ly 1'i.itv Kinni-'u, dfcuaaod , iu . ncr lu'etim.- to
j .uu I., iaraou as rras'ori, up,u in t .nu.g ri
Quanv oi 'tioii iitin usu 6 N'v-' t ...
Itau,. io East ii N.tat ia C aut, Nebrn .:. ivirj
t'"y fcive.1 to Ni'im tiie payment vl a tiom tt
f2j0,00 iiitniiui td :k . id ilaeti oftrii t.and fr
t.o su.i u .-Md pr ji. -'.s, to iay said note t com
phnnac:. At.dtb' . .:J i'i i i K:iiiii.- n, V t.Iiaiu
Ki.iiM-iin Lcuior, V .,, lu (,:.:sn J uuior, George
Kiui4is.ii ao.i IV tvia jh iji are uotifi :d that tco
tro reqti:: cd tu (iti ui.ii i:i.. wer sid ti 1 f ou o'
bcluie iua Z2i iy ot uuy A. D. Iboa.
I4i td AprU diU 18-).
CHARLES U. D )liSEY,
29-4tlJ,50. jot, for Cumuinaal.
Urial Akin and Erasmus D. Alien, will take no
tice that Jamos O. Carson as complaiuauj, has
bled a bill in etiancery, in the District court of Ne
maha county Nebraska Territory, against thetu
aud John L. Carson, at defeadant. i'tie object
and prayer of said tJili is to fore-ji w j :cercaiii Deed
of trust, in the nature of a mortgage, executed by
ihe said Urial Akin to John L C.rton. as Trustee,
upon the South East quarter of Section 7 in lowu
shtp5 North ot liange 15 East, in Nemaha county
NebrasKa Ten iury, given to secure the paym ut
to compla tyut of a promis.-ory note of $29U,U0,for
toj wile of said premises to iuj the. amount due
ou said r."te, aud also to annul a deed of conveyance
of said .mios. made by said Una I Akin to Eras
mus D. A'.I.l. of compiainant. i'he said L'nal
kiu and 'l .limus 1). Aileu will lane Hotice tnafc
tuey ar- rt quired to anscr soid Kill on or before
mo 22udy ot may A. D. ISoj.
CilAtmES ii. DO ItS BY,
Solicitor lor Complainant.
Dased April ith 1855. 29-4t l0
Joseph W. Couasil aui Marii'ok Coun-ilj his
fi.e, i! '- notice tut. .Mag ialeu Smith, by
net- nex-'iieoi. Williaoi il. tljvr, as complain
ui, h.J ti:ed a liill ohauc ry, in the District
Curt of Ncuiiji County. Aeoraeka Territory,
-jiuet them, and Johu L. Carson, as detendanta.
i'iio object a d pi.er ot said bill is to foreclose
4 i-c)tftjn iu-.-a ! iruai, in be nature of mort
gig, v-xcc.ied oy th Kiid Joseph VV, Counsil to
Joui. L-Crs..n ,at Trustee, upoq the Southeast
u.atr d Scttiou 21, iu lowu.ioiy 5, north of
tua it, ;', iu icuiaua vounty, -eorasaa xer
i i'v.r, tVL-a io ctrL- the piiyment of a Promis
k,r Aui-o to v:.'Uji'..'iiulii, .Ugiaicua Smitu, ot
aou.Oi'; acat.ou 4 m suiu D--ti ot Jiusi, tor lb
b io vt raid prcuiiees to jwiy sad --e and interest
jud to bar me said Aiaig ret touui o. bur d Wer
iu said premises. Tuo said Jusepii VV. Couusil
od Aiaj-uful LiUDSil, uri. itquut d t., aper aud
answer said Bid vfl o.' but ore tne Tl-i day oi -day,
a. d. I8d5.
CUAI.LES O. DORSEY,
Soliukor for C'otnpiaiuapt.
Dared 'April 5tb. 1305. 2V--U-U.5f)
Barbara A. Syuianitre and the unknown heirs
of lii.cois Pntignai, deciated, win take tioiice
that llenry Uommon, Administrator of (he Esute
it Jobu 1. Laurent, deceased, has commenced a
suit on liiM Chancery side of the District Cowrt
of Ntuiaha Cou'jiy, Nebraska Territory, in which
suit they togLtaet with imy t A. Ware are made
detendauts. Th object of sn"4 suit is to foreclose
a certain mortgage made by t!;e caid Francis Puti
gant in f&vorot the s:id John B. Lieiit Septem
ber, i 1 lb. 1857, on tJ c N'cTlh west quarter if nec
tjou I? iu 'lowi sti j ti iiorth.ff Ui'ne 14 Eubt sit
uated iu the said Couttj oi Nim;ca, giAC-u tu t
cuie the jpuoot ot j4lU,tiO due to the said Lau
ron; from M.io J'utigu. i ihrocyL-ttfs iioui the date
of aid mr;ng-.j wi.h iu.ctest. The prayer of
plainiiff is vl.it ifcf .-aid iatu? be ?t !d atd the pror
ceeut be ar plied Cist iu payti-ent if the above
cl.tim, abd ihat the tiu dt(cL ja.it. h- db:ird-tii
foreclosed ot r.11 righrs therein. Defendants are r-.-
quirwd to aiiiaer Ly the 2d day cf iiay, laGo.
Svl. for Ccmj .Hiusnt.
" LEGAL NOTICE.
Jobu Trtislej a j.l uke nonce, th:if Benj iujin F.
Lu.-hlnugh and Jnmca H. llintiej . a coinpiuinaiit.,
did on it. 2iih oiy of &,a..-ch, a. d , iod, Cit n
the fhi-ot Uii.er hi Cuamry ol tb-s DL'Triot
Court wnnin ami 1" . r the county r-f Nem-iha, Ne
brssk territory , a Bill of ei mplint against the
faid Johu Truslc-y as d'-fcadai.t. Tho object an 1
ptay.er of said ii;l is to obtain a Decree of :iu
Court dtcrecing a i-cttain u.s-igi mept m-dde by tbe
s;. id John Trnsii-y. of l,uiity Land Warrant no.
69,480 fr 160 acres, iftued tur'uant to an dm of
C, rtgress appf rrd Msrch Sd, lh5j, to the said John
Trusley, as W arrantee, t geod and valid assign
ment thereof and ve?ting ihe title of taid Land
Warrant iu James Ii. II in? ley, the assignee thereof,
lee said John Trusley is notified that he is re.
quir-d to appear aud vwwer said billon or before
the fcth day of Mav. 9, A. 1K5.
CHARLES O. DURSEY,
Mareh 2Z.-2lt9 Holieitor fer Ctraj Ivnaat. -
Jam"s Jeffers, John Jeffers und William, Jeflfers.wil
take notice that Uenjamine F. Lusbbaugh did, on
the 6ih 'day of January, A. D. 18o5, fiiehis bill of
epuiplaint, in the District Court of Nemaha County
Nebraska Territory, in Cnaneery, against Anna
Jeffrs, James Jeffers, John Jeffers, Robert JTeffers,
Wi Ilium Jeffers, Isaac Jeffers, Isaiah Jeffers, Mary
A. Jeffers Manuel F. Jeffers, Elizabeth A. Jeffers
and John L. Carson defendants ; for the foreclos
ure of a certain Deed of trust, or mortgage, given
by Thomas Jeffers, deceased, iu his lifetime, to the
Said Complainant and defendant John L. Carson,
of the North East quarter of Section No. Twelve
(12) in Township No. Jive (5) North of Range No.
fifteen ( 15) East, in Said County, and Territory,
torture the payment of a certain promt.-sory aote
for tbe sum of '.250.00 with interest thereon at tbe
rate ot five per cent per mouth. The object and
prayer of said bill is to foreclose Said Deed of
Trust, or mortgage, and for the sale of Said prem
ises to pay the money so secured. You are requi
red to appear and answer Said bill on tha tenth
day of April, A, D. 1355 ,or the fame wiU be taken
as true and a decree entered accordingly.
Dated Rrownville, February, 21st 1865.
CHARLES G. DORSET,
23-4t $13.50 Sol. for Complainant.
Notice is hereby given that I "will offer for sale
at public auction at the front entrance of the
Brownville House, in the City of Brownrl!le,( that
being the building in which the Ia3t term of the
District Court of the county of Nemaha, in the
Territory of Nebraska, was held) on the
1st day of May, A. D. 1S65 ai I o'clock
P. M. Tbe following real estate situated in the
County of Neuinha, in the Territory of Nebraska,
to wit : Lot 2 in Block 49 ; Lot II, 13, 15, and
loin lilH-k30 : Lot in iu block b4:L L?9, 10.14
in 13i ck 'JO: Lots 1 1. 12, 13' 14 iu ttloc. 32 ; Lli 4 in
Bmk-k 45 : Lois I, 2,iu bk'C 45 : Lots 10, 11 in
Blot-k 47 ; Lot 11 in .vlo-k -.8 : Lc t 13 In Block 71 ; i
Lot 9, in Block 73 ; L-.is 13. i4,' 15. 16, ip Block '
6'i ; iu. Nemaha City ; also the South Ea.t 1-4 of j
U'eiv.rT-. 1 4f Siftiou 34 m Township 5)
S--c-'u K. ,0-o 1-i V .is' : aba iLe S:th Eist 1-4 I
of 1 ; . :io v. --'1-1 ." Seritoq I Tonb:p 4:
"Aof l4 .t ;w. ij L.i.-t. t.tip.pt rr t.. res off oi the j
V(rt Si -r,t'rv.f ; - 1 a trvt (it i .ud comia-jo-ii rig I
ii iMiutJ r -i .s. nn ..t the S-u:h W st .orner !
oi .c,iti. t.igtm ' v i IS ' in Towui-ltip 4 orlu of
;a.'g in tasr. ii.iac ruiin ii t-.a.-r 4 rvn- , t'JrUce
S-...(b 26 1-4 roo.- tiieiu-a Wot 47 r d., taeti'-t N 2
1 t Tods tO tti-' ptfl. e i, h nt. g ; a.ru IiOta 7, ai.d
s oi' th Soutij V, esi I 4 o'. S.ciiou 21 in Towtsoip
4 orth, of Iwuge Iai ii.t. aso'no .or.u ikeai 1-4
of "he North East 1 4 -ud L-.t 12 oi Stctiou 32,
T.wn.-hip 6, North. Kaoga 15 Last, excepf twenty
2( ; acres deJed to Su w. AUo the West half of
the South West 1-4 and Lots 3 aud 4 in Section
.i2 TowiiVhij. 5 North ol range 1ft East, except twen
ty acres m the South West corner, taken as the
property of Jerome lloover oo an execution and
veodi iu favor of Samuel A Chamlars. Executor
oi the last will aud testament of Willis liill de
ceased, issued out of the District Cour$ of the.
County jt Nemaha, in tbe Territory of Nebraska,
and to me directed as Sbiriff ot saiu County.
Dated March 27th. 1865.
W. U. GLASGOW, Sheriff.
Our Stock of
Is the picst ccpiplete ever offered in this
market, and has been selected with aD
eye to economy, durability and the de
mands of this community.
Our Supply of
, , j ,
Comprises a general assortment of every
thing and the best of everything.
j Uke notice that Jyhn L r.;""0 H. K
the Distnet Court win ! ,b;11?
od Territory of x.Kl 7
cm ; enumin H' i .i i
n n r i
baugh.upon the west tuif 0'f
baugh.up.jn the west hif r.t .. .'
ter aud the south west nD1
auartr of iti,.. 1 U.
, 'cu. in iomr i
range thirteen eastti, a.'u
payment er two prom's, i.
atd the other for $55 M a',
Worrall ta. eoQveTeii JTX V ' .??
Bechtcl, suljtfct to said Sf,)r .; ' S
Becjatnin F. Lashbau so!d 'j N
tere-t to complainant. Th, i.;Jv
sai . bill is to obuio a decree f , T ' '
said il-rtga-of ani the sale rfVS
said sum aou tne interest 1!,. .
HoraiiU. Worrall is notiS-d tha' .'
toafpearaad answer 4Ii bilio ' v
day ol ilay,a.d. 1S.15. 0r
CG. DORSET, Sol f.,r '
tted Mar,h 15;t,.. d 1 "
Rii-hird E. Tomer. J.,!.-p c I
L-Wiiiiaaii, partners jm Turner V
Aun-tme Lyford and John 1 'v1-I
Lyf.rJ and , om. Uk n'o,"?tV
1'ivid.d,,,., the I5;a dy f y
file. Bill i-i Chan, ery.in tL b
i. ir. -
mab i County,
and Jon W
a.-K a T
Svrsn ir(d Jo
setting for:!, tht the;j j."8?
g, to Jutja L. Carina Tntl
eight iu tWs e?eD, in tbeC-'r a'f'",!ff'
sajd Nemaha County. to im 'fJ '
piatnant of a rr)rai-s..ry f, "
that, since therecrlioj f U'd'J
ad Richard E. Turner, J.,haU'
L. W illiam. partners sTaTaFrai '
Augustina Lyf.,rd aoi Juha F.'H tt. '1
Lytvrd illorn.haverzoTeredc'ff 'ai V
tae law side of said Court, oteat:.
said premises : The object sad 4 1
'U to obui n a decree for the sul9 of i
pay tho sum due on jaid nota t-. r-vf
tae interest therein; and the aij Uiu'-V--er,
John W.Frazer and U ?nry L. V i'
as 'f 3'ner. Fr-i.-r 4 Co., and AaM.'t'tlV
John P. Horn, partner? as Lvfurl 1 ponl
fied tMttbey are rjcired to p..r tT
said bili on or before the 1st day 0f Vi. . 1
Dated Mar-h 15th. a. d..lV,j.
Call and examine before pu! chasing
elsewhere, if you want to get the bme-
fit of the best cf goods at low rates. No
trouble to show goods.
' 9 2S-yH J. BERRY & CO
MEW MIM STORE.
la the matter of the Estate of Marshal C. Eel
ley: Whereas the Probate Court, in and for Gage
county, Nehonska Territory, did on the 8th day of
March, A. D. Il65.fix and appoint the 7th day of
August A. D. 186a as tbe day for the final settla
ment of the Estate of Marshal C. Kellcy (ate of
raid oounty and Territory now deceased.
Now therefore, all credits of said Estate, and
all parties imreated therein, are hereby notified
to presen their claims against said Estate, before
the said Probate Court . on or before the 7th
d.iy of August, A. D. 1865, or the samew ill be for
Ordered by said Probate csurt that notice of the
above be published for four consecutive weeks iu the
Dated Beatrice, March 6th 1835.
Charles Koul will take Jfotice that Augustine Al-
Bricht bus commenced a suit in Cha icerr. in tbe Disr
trici Court, of Ne utha County. Nebraska Territory,
against ibe said Chre M ul Tae object of said
,-tii t U t f"rec!oie certain mi . rtuv;e im- e bv laid
( barle? H u) Ni vember 16th 1664 on tbe West half of
tbe Souib We t qiiitr er of Section 14 in Tuwastjip 6
ortb of Rane 13 East in said County f Nemaha,
pi veti to hec re tbe payment of a certain note of eveu
date therewith, for $-250,to. made oy said mont in fa-
rorofsaid Aibricht Sud Mont 1; reqnirei te -pear
and answer ou or beiore the 16th uf May ,1865
' IS. W . TUUVA3,
Soi. for Comolainant
23-41 $9. p'd $4 60.
To Charles Dripps. Cathariue Mulkey, Anna
Driops, Thorn aa Dipps, and ail othera in
Vou are hereby notified that Francis M. Barnes
has m ide application to the Probate Court of the
GVuuly of Nemaha, in the Territory of Nebraska,
to be appointed guardiaD of the Estate of Andrew
J.DriD' S. a non-resident minor.- si'uated in the
said county of Nemaha, and that the said Court
has apeointed the
lUth day or April, l&oo,
at ten o'clock, a. m., as the time for hearing such
K his Attorney, K. W. Thotaas.
Dai Mnmh lsth.lft'15. L'd 3t-$7
Wholesale and RetaO
IB II ISICII
rEUU, X EM AHA COl'XTY. KER.
II A8 just received a large and well se.e-ted Stock
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH.
DYE STUFF. BRUSHES.
SPONGES FANCY AND
And every' hii.g c iuiU'rly top- in a
First Clas Drtigr Slore.
Customers will find tmstnoi um, fet. whi.'.'i h-i
offers for CASH at ihe very lowc-t a.nrktt prices.
Physicians Prescriptions Conipuuuded with the
utmost care at all hours.
Marcu 30th, 1S65. v9-n23-ca
Millinery & Fancy Goods
Main Street one door west of the Post OSce
A superior stcck of Spring and Suramr Goods
just received. Everything in the Millinery Hue
kept constantly on hand- Dress-Making, Lonuet
Bieachingand Triminiug dom t orler.
JIareh,18fl5. ' v9-n-2!Wy
MRS. C. V. WILLIAMSON,
Florence Sewing Machines
MA IX STREET, RET, 1st and 2nd
Ppposite Mrs. Hewctt'a Milliner Store,
Henry C. Hill wiil take notice that B. t '
Lushbaugh dfd.oo the liih d.iyofi;
1865. file a Bill in Chancery, io th Dv
of Nemaha county, Nebraska Teiriu.rr '
said Hepry (X UiU and Juhn L. Cai' iT.S
setting forth that the suid Hrory C. B,;;a
a Deed of Trust, in tbe n&Ur 0t t
complainant and Jonn K Car., 0po
east quarter of section thirty three, it k.
five, porth of rase fourteen, cainajr
of Nemaha, to secure the j aynient of i
Note for 5253 t6 ; and that th-;jJr.U' '
has so'd ai.d as ipe-I h'u inUre t tLerrii
plainunt. Tbo bj cta.t.t prajerof til
obtaio d cie-fo' the io. cloture of il
a nd tr.e ale I sni . prcmLes to psj th ,
aid the int e- thei on: rd the tiiil s.
Hi!; is n fied .ha- he s r-quifd to ir
answ i sii IilS ou or belore the lt dn
a. d., l3o5. v
. c. G. bo:su. i
Solicitor .,r Ci.a; 4i I
DatedIirch 15tb,a. d., 1S55. : 4..
I-aao 15. Waiters will uke muxe that
L. Cars.- n l:dron ibe 13. h dy ot IL-j. )
1S65 . fiie Bill iu Chancery, ia the litnm t
within and ir th j Cuunty i f Sechi.
Territory, against the said Ia' is. yicr i
HaujaminF. Lushbaugh, defendsDij, vr
that the said I.-aae U. Walten fx.'.rii
Trust, in the nature of a J5. rt;;e, u .
plainant -and lienjimin F
north eait rjuartcr of tbe -u''u
section twi-nty iix. ir ti.w r. -h irv
fifteen e:ist, in Nenn !ia 'ium . . V. i ,
to secure the pnvji i,: oi' ".' 7j .t
DoterefeT'd to in stid Si. r', ;
defindaot. H. njrmin F. Lo-h'..i.;
and "iss;gi"d hi m.t.est, in -uid Hr
plair.aut : Tt'e object and pr"--
t' obtain deernw ;hc t-,r i' ij.
gage nd .- i.'.l i-reir j- t
the ad nn d t! . if. r-r: tiiA-.i:!
the f.a'd ' B Wa' s i rn.i f .J'
q.urtJ to aiMevr ot-; iaiftii;
tl.eltdayoi ji - , a. ., lo.
l ii HLt 1 UV
u i- (
Having just received a pood assortment of these
Machines, respectfully inyites her friends and the
pnblio to call and see them, as tbey peed only to be
seen to be appreciated.
Tbe Florence Machine has advavtares over all other
as it makes FOUIl DIFF K Ii K N T
STITCHhS." basaiMttie RliVKltSI
l3L.Ij Fh.KD, which enables the opei'.or, by
fciiiipiy lurning a toamb screw, to have the work rnn
either right or left; It is almost noiseless, very rpid
makiDK five stitchee at ech revol"ii u a -ins ihe
Corsest and Fix est work with eo,ul facility. A supe
rior Hemmer roes with each Machine bkti
turn a beui of any desired wHth. Each Machine ti t
a'so one of Barnnm-s Sell-Sewers, which auiue e
work itseif and is of incaici )b!e value.
Tbey will te sold at Chicago, or St. Inis Prices,
(wuh freight added.) 9-23-3ur8in
.Io-pii Y Coln f 'Jin. I'm- D. 1 Vwv
K. Wad .ams -ut K-.ty A. '.Tal-.a-
n.t.:,- that J - iTi h " irn ''id u 1' ' 5
M;i . n, a. d , IS'i5 file B.il in (W -
fistri". Vf.-i.i w:. r,:n and f r the f os'-T
miLa. N br.k:i TcTti't ry, ii':t the p"i f
I' t.' dt-tu n. Cro in- I. Coieuian. FbiJ:i I '
h.t:n- :hd Alxry A. Wjnih m. orf tJf-
forth r at th si id Joseph P. Cl-mo tti ' :
I). IVlfiioa'i xeoied a ilrga' ti ca; - .
c; n the sutb wet qk..rir ef Kii
township fiv. n rib of ran;;'' f,urtee.
isid Nemii-. 'ounty. to sure tb :','
Pr uiisS'-r j N- re f'.r SlfiO.00 : and the ' i
re- rd..-. aid M.rt- . the said ,
iM't"in'i. od Carolina V. 'Coleuat'i --'SM
b-:d fiy deed to paid I'hillip K. Wa IhiJ
th - eui 1 Phillip K. Wadh.im aal )lrj y
hms mude a Mortgng thereof to wi-i- r
Coleman to secure tbe payment of 1- h
object and pryer of said liiil i to clu14
for the sale of said i rcmises to pay the ta
said with tb in'rest whi h may he fuutni ' -Ihereon
: And ti id Joseph P.CJea'.
olmeD Coleman, Ph!;ipK.WadWiW:f
Wadhamsare notial thntthey arerrJ
pear and answer said Bill on or before lit'
of ilay.a.d., 1S05. ?
C. ii. D0RSET.S..1 .fcrCoBir'-
Dated March I5-h,a. d., 13R5. f
Notice ia hereby jriren, that, pursuant to an
ordjr of sale to me dir-r-ted, Issued by the H"
ister in ('han'-ery,of the District Court ol Nrmaaa
County .Nebraska Territory, in a certain ese where
in Kathsrina Ilatairhak.by her next Friend Di
vid 11. Mclaughlin , is Plaintiff and the unknown
heir? of Henry Smith dceapfd, Henry E. !um
merand Henry il. Atkicsoa are defendants. I
Monday, the 1st, day of May, 1S65.
A one o'clock P. M. afraid day. otfer for safe
at public auction, at the fnnt door of the
Krownville kiiu-e in the City of Brownville in s.iij
County of Nm.ha, (that bcini; the building i i
which'the la.t term -A the said U. strict Court was
hiddiihe f.,ilowirj? Ueal Estate to wit: the North !
Eeasquarter of Section Thirfecu f 13) , in Towu
ship four (4) 'orth, of lirnge fourteen ( U ) East
in Said (J:nuty' of Nemaha.
UroAcviile March 'iT.b. 1S5.
- W. ii. GLASGOW,
gheiiff and Special ilasCcf ia Chancery.
3 4 13.50. "
MAi lEUS bALE.
Notice IsLeretj a,ieu ;Lat, pursuant to at; prder
of sale, t me diri-cted, isfued ) the Uegisrer iu
Chancerv.of tbe District c.nrt. Neicaha C-unty,
.Kr.; T.rritorv. in a c!raia
71.o,.dTre W. Btdloid l- comi liiirisr.- aild dnm-s
B.Fleminrani laacCoieare deieodrnu-, 1 wi.lon
Tnf.rlur th4lh (iaVof -May A. D. lO-jlthe payoient
In acforjance wi h an order from'i '
C. urf f Gag County, N'hrasii Tfrrf"'?
the lltS dj of Jane, ISol.I.Jotn J -
Admir;i-trator of the Estate of W. r J'.'
decaed. will on th 21th djy of ip''?'
t.weerr the hour of 9 o'clock, a. bv. m '
p. m offer at public sale at theoSce of
hate Judee in Beatriee, Gage Conoff.
late W. W. Dennison's rgbt. title d
the following Real-T.i'Ut. vjjrTbe -of
the southeast i .iud the oth H ,3,,
west 4, of lectio.. r. 2. toaa no. I,-"
8. east, and tbe northeast J4' of the wl
i t section no. II, town 1, nng 8, tf',t
one and two and west J of northwwt,
no. ID, town no. 1, r-jnre 8.
JOHN W.LATHAM. AdmV'
Beatrice, Gage eoNb.,March91l
Lh'rl-s 1 J.tmison ana Kt
wi;i mV" notice, that J-bn P. H '
ar.t. 1 6!-d in th District Court,
f.-rthe t'.titv of Nemaha, 5"rvV
w,.r, i t: ....loi. I! VVi!i- x ted Jury
Th..h?ectani r.ayer of said vx.
Derne o' nil Court fr lb ''. , ':
Dc i . f Tr i-r in ib natnre of a f ' ,.
k ..:,! r't..,t- T Jjniii- n to 1
Bai, I '-All X. WatUJC-'U
' t M: n; ;
gAotTon BOiD!r in.rij. in Vnav - ;
. in M j
Nehra-k Tf"-iury, to seenre tM t ,
eoaip'ainant. Juhn r-
the sale-cfaid premies to j" ... , T
the interest thcre-n. The ?vd t j.
ison and G ird-n H . W i!-x " j. j
UVIifJV luv. j
John Hjm.lfon and Gu'l'-
.L ..r, . J..hn P. h-l-
... . ... r Xl-.li A.
d:d ontn -ijniay 7, , t
Hill in f.n..'rv. in fie Distrl-i V
count. ,Nrbr Tf rritcry. . '-r '
Hsriiiiti.o aa.l ;.rde-i H. iw; , , ,
The object aui pr'avnr t s-m ' . TrUj. - !
: Tiii r.t " ,i
fcrcc ft r orecioewre oi i j '
narore f a Mort.-'eiren b7" J1' f
.. :.,rn II AriU.-T. a Tn- ; r
eas, wn.rn.1 , n.rlh.Mt n.rt,r cf tec 'Mi "nin"r u.,l- ,
: ' . 1 tmu'.'-
hip n-robcr 5. i-r'D oi r"1' i
in Nini4 ctnn'.T. Nebraska l' . p. K' i
Has Jnst Received tbe largest aud best tieck ol
Liquors and Pilars ever offered In this market, and
will sell them as low as any House in the Territory.'
Main Street, Browimllg
9t(1 l. Hr n-cnr iin H i .. r-i .
at IfloVloek A. M. of said day t the trvnt Uo.-r ,,. . TeUrreii to. ,,l the s ?fT.i
the Biownville House, in the city oi l.r.wvule, w ihe said sm the '"'a
inNemrhawunty, Nebraska Territory, VT.: U oe- ? John lUm,Uoft d i"?"
in- th r.!a-e where the last term of .aid court ....... th.t thpr requirel - J i
.u 7, awer said bill .n or o-i- ,
j for said county was held) o3ei
auction, to tbe highest bicr
! e li Cfat in-w St ;
The South West quartet
in Township four (4;, o H
in said county cf Nemaha."
ion Jhree (3) j
1) LUl j
atuwer ssid bill '-a i
a. d. Iso-
. T T7 J CI
22 4t $I U
- 7TZa ch
nntl. OIL. best qnati'y ci -
March 23 1.
Kj at..y. s4 c4 lIff t
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