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; JOHN L CO LIIAPP, EDITOR.
BROWNVILLE, TflLT.SDAY MAT 4, 1555.
. The retTel Gen. Johnson has turren
I dered his amy JefT. Daris is doing all
he can 10 leave the country guerrilla
chiefs are asking the privilege 10 surren
derand peace is imminent. Under
these circumstances the question of "re
construction" assumes a rital import
..ance. Many superfluous cdLTitions to the
: "main question" have Veen raised and
discussed, such es"Territorial vassalage,"
and "Military occupation" cf the States
which have been in rebellion, and re
fusing the right cf suffrage to all who
had participated in the rebellion. The
question in our mind is, would such pcli
'cy engender friendly feelings between
the masses of the North and South ?
. We think it would not. Tin doctrine of
clemency to the masses, death and c:n
fiscation to the leaders has been repeat
edly put forth.by cur present Chief Mag
istrate ; it has for its base the very fun
damental principle which underlie our
Government, that the masses cf the peo
ple are the State, and not the petty ru
lers, although elected by the people. The
masses will remain and form the future
cf the Sooth. The effect cf our victory,
the knowledge cf our im:rp:.se strength,
gained in the path f true frerdin, with
a knowledge of the cau?e cf the war,
will all have a great effect cn the South
ern miad, would it be bi tter to add to
this Territorial vassalage and military
occupation? How would it look in a
parent, whose children had been rebel-
..lious, even to the seeking of his life, af
ter they had surrendered to'his authori
ty, to undress them, but them swaddling
clothes, hire a nursefcr ihern, and thus
force them togothrough a course cf ba-
, byhood, while he sat by them,' armed to
the teeth, ready to enforce this, useless
humiliation? Such a position, we think,
. would be the position of cur Government
ihould it attempt either cf the above
" plan, and would result in transmitting
.and intensifying ir coining generations
, any hatred which w be felt by the
.; southern people for tha parent Govern
ment. It is considered unfair snd do
like to strike and wcrry an antagonist
who is down and past serious resistance,
but the above policy advocated as it is
by loyal men in high positions,if carried
out, will be an -instance of the greatest
government under the sun actuated by a
' dog-like feeling to gratify a mean spiri:
of-revenge, which would almost place us
on a par with the dirtiest and rnost' un
scrupulous rebel leaders.
We do not believe that such a course
will be adopted by the President. lie
' believes in making "treason odious" by
punishing the leaders. . The North has
. continually argued that the ignoranco cf
the southern masses made them fit tools
for the rebel leaders; we still believe
. this, and tl ink the best policy is to hang
or exile the leaders and enlighten the
masses. The southern ports well guard
ed and ihey are not capable of doing any
serious injury, -but too much vigilance
and to many restrictions will seem to
them tyranny, and will make them mere
eteadfast jn the idea which the leaders
taught them that on our part this has
been a war for conquest. We believe
the States should not be treated as tho'
ihey had been out of the Union, but that
with just restrictiens to guard the ballot
box, the people should elect their offi
cers and move along as though they had
cot been in rebellion. The rebel leaders
in the lower ranks should not be per
mitted to hold any effice of trust. All
arms and munitions of war taken from
hera, and the negro not placed above the
white man. '
Gen. Sherman accepted, cf Gen. John
ilea, cn the 18ih, terms for the surren
der of Johnston's rebel army. These
. terms were made conditional with their
acceptance by cur. Government. On the
22d they were made the subject cf a
Cabinet meeting wbtreaGeneral Grant
participated, when they were disapproved
of by the President, Gen. Grant and the
Much has been said against Sherman
cn account of this unfortunate etepj in
' making too liberal terms for the rebels.
We can but wander at his being so com
pletely liken in by the rebels, and regret
it as it detracts from our beau ideal of a
toldier and general. It proves one point
conclusively, that the best military lead
ers are not the best civil leaders. It will
doubtless be, after peace is declared, as
it was after the war wnh Mexico, that
parties will take up some military heroes
for the Presidency for the sake of popu
larity. This; spirit Twas also ehown in
- tha late canvass for President by.jhe
Democratic party running McClellan.
We deem Sherman as much superior to
McCMkn as the . light cf the sun ii to
that cf a penny dip; Red yet we see
h:m easily outwitted by third rate rebel
diplomats. Good will surely result from
this if it prevents the American people
from hereafter deifying military heroes
and placing them high positions ere they
exhibit some marked evidence cf states
manship. As it stands .it ' should - not
injure Sherman's reputation as a soldier,
but should make the people mere care-,
ful in elevating military heroes to civil
Booth, the assassin of President Lin
coln, was captured in a barn about three
miles from Port Royal, on the 26ih ult.,
with an accomplice named Harrold. He
refused to surrender, after Harrold had
surrendered, and was shot in the head,
ana died in about mree noun. ini3 is
greatly regretted, as the gnllows is thus
cheated, and justice, although it reached
him suddenly, seems but half done.
Cen. Johnson surrendered his whole
rebel army embracing all rebel troops
from Raliegh to Ghaltbooche to Gen.
kSherman, on the 26ih ult. This, Gen.
Grant says, virtually end the war. Gen.
Grant has returned to Washington and
is applying himself to a reduction of the
army any Government expenses.
The editor of the Nebraska City News
kindly corrects our spelling of the name
of Judas Iscariot. Knowing the pecu
liar bond of friendship existing between
Ajax and the departed. Judas, we stand
corrected.. Should we misspell the came
cf Jeff. Davis, Booth, or of any of your
friends, please correct us.
. Hon. S. G. Daily, late Delegate in
Congress from this Territory, has been
appointed Deputy Collector of Customs
m . t V mr l rerl
KT -tne rori or new uneans. mis is
a good thing for Samuel, and no more
than he deserves. He will make an effi
We, the School Board of the Brown
ville City District, have now in process
of erection- a School House 4S feet by
60, with. a vestibule 9 by 20, two stories
high, with a basement the full size ; two
rojms and the basement will be ready
to occupy for. School purposes by the 1st
of December next. We have now the
use cf the Chfittian Reform Church,'
which, with cur frame School House, will
accommodate 90 scholars. Believing
that our population is sufficient, and that
our educational interests demand it, we
now propose to commence our High or
Graded School, under the general super
intendent of O. B. Hewett, a graduate
of Bowdoin College, and an old and ex
perienced teacher, under whose auspices
vye hope to huild up one of the best
Schools in the country.
For particulars, see the prospectus.
, L. HOADLEY,
J. MTHERSON, Board.
T. R. FISHER, .
The following was handed to us a few
weeks ago but was crowded out until this
Nebraska is a great Territory ; it has
not only a large, growing and mixed pop
ulation, every variety of climate and
soil, game and stock, but its very oxen
havebtccme denominational, if not sec
tarian, in name, character and spirit. In
'proof, read the following incident:
A minister, travelling along the roach,
met a 'stranger'driving a wagon, pulled
by four oxen. As the minister approach
ed, he heard the driver say, "gee up,
PmlyUrian 7" "gee, Campbellite "
"haw. Baptist!" "what are you doing.
M thodisi " The minister, struck with
the singularity of such names being giv
en to oxen, remarked :
"Stranger, you have strange names
for your oxen, and 1 wish to know why
thry had such names given them ?"
The driver replied: "I call the leader
in front Presbyterian, because he is true
blue, and never fails; he believes "in
pulling through every difficult place,
persevering to the end, and then he
knows more than all the rest. The one
by his. side I eall Campbellite; he does
very well when you let him go his own
way, until he sees water, and then all
the world could not keep him out of it,
and there he stands as if his journey
was rndd. This off ox. behind, is a
real Baptist, for he is all the time after
water, and xwill not eat with the other
oxen, but is constantly leaning off on one
side or the other, and horns..everything
that comes near him. The other, which
I call Methodist, makes a greater toise
and a greater to do, and you would think
was pulling all creation, but he dos'ent
pull a pound."
The. minister having his curiosity grat
ified with the explanation given, rode on
wandering what he should next hear and
see in Nebraska. ' - '
This is no dream, but a fact, as I have
heard it, nor am I influenced by dyspep
tic feelings in telling the Ecclesiasticle
relation of Nebraska Oxen.
A True Witness. "
The following is the latest from Sec
retary Seward and son:-
Washington, April 2Sth. To E. M
Stanton : I have the honor to report that
the . Secretary of State took the usual
ride this morning and is free from ain
to-night. Mr. F. Seward requested to
day that some cne should read' to him,
and says he is'much better. His strength
is improving moderately and the wounds
fcalp are-healing very, respecia-
J. K. Ba rites, Surg1.
President Johnson recommends that
the people, throughout the Union, do,
on the 25th of May, suspend all business,
and assemble in their respective places
of worship there to unite in solemn ser
vice to Almighty God in memory f Ab
raham Lincoln, 16th President of the
United States. -
Since the above was in type, the fol
lowing has appeared :
Washington, April 28th.
Whereas, by my Proclamation of the
23d inst., Thursday the 25th day of next
month was recommend as a day for
special humiliation and prayer in con
sequence of the assassination of Abra
ham Lincoln, late Presidant of the Uni
ted States; but, whereas my attention
Las been called to the fact that the day
aforesaid 13 sacred to a large number of
christians as one of rejoicing for the as
cension of our Savior ; now, therefore,
be it known that I, Andrew Johnson,
President of the United States, do here
I . 1 1 a
by suggest, mat tne religious services
recommended aforesaid' should be post
pontd until Thursday the 1st day of Juns
next. In testimony whereof I have here
unto set my hand and caused the seal of
the United States to be affixed. Done
at the city cf Washington, this the 23th.
day of April, A. D., ISS-ix and of the
Indepencence of the United States of
America the 88th.
By the President, ;
. Wm. Hcktir, Act. Sec. of State.
The 'most fearful steamboat disaster
that has ever occurred in the history of
steamboating. took place on the morning
of the 27th ult., about seven miles above
Memphis in the blowing up and destruc
tion of the steamer Sultana and loss of
from 1200 to 1509 passengers.
The facts as near as they can be ascer
tained are about as follows :
The steamer Sultana left New Orleans
on Friday evening, the 21st, with about
70 cabin passengers and about 85 em
ployees on the boat. At .Vicksburg she
remained 3U hours repairing her boilers
which were leaking badly before there.
She took on board at Vicksburg 1966
lederal soldiers and 35 officers, lately
released from prison at Cahawba, Ala
bama, and Andersonville, Ga., who were
on their way home, or to join their re
spective commands. The boat arrived at
Memphis last evening and after coaling,
proceeded on her way at about 2 o'clock.
At aboat 3 o clock a. m. she blew up
with a tremendous explosion, and imme
diately thereafter caught fire and burned
to the water edge. Of 2156 souls on
board it is not supposed more than ?00
have been rescued. The scene at Mem
phis this morning beggars discription.
At about 4 o'clock the river was covered
with our poor men struggling for iife and
rending the heavens with their shrieks
for help. A large number of boats went
to their relief and have been constantly
engaged until this morning in rescuing
the sufferers. Many- have been badly
scalded and burned, aiid some have died
since they were rescued. One of the
pilots and the mate of the boat were
rescued, b&t the Captain has not been
heard of and is supposed to be lost.
The names of the persons lost or saved
are at present unknown. Major General-
Washburne. immediately organized a
board of officers to take testimony in re
gard to the affair, who are now briskly
engaged with their investigation.
Up to 2 o'clock a. m. there had been
received, into the hospital 510 persons
who were rescued. Of those who re
ceived no injury and are at the Soldier's
Home, there are from 200 to 300.
It is now believed that the number lost
will exceed 14C0.
The following General Order', No. 77,
for reduefng the expenses of military es
tablishments, was issued by the War
Department, Washington, April 2Sth :
1st. That the chiefs of the respective
bureaus of their - departments proceed
immediately to reduce the expenses of
their respective departments to what is
absolutely necessary in view of the im
mediate reduction of the forces in the
field and garrison, and speedy termina
tion of hostilities, and that they seve
rally make out statements of reductions
they deem practicable.
v 2d. That the Quartermaster General
discharge allcean transports not re
quired to bring home troops in remote
departments. All river and railroad
transportation will be discharged except
that required for necessary supplies to
troops, in the field. Purchase of mules,
vvagoni and other land transportation will
be stopped. Also, purchasing forage ex
cept what is required for immediate con
sumption. All purchases of railroad
construction , transportation will be also
3d. That the Commissary General of
Subsistence discontinue the purchase of
supplies in his department, except such
as may with'what is cn hand, be requir
ed for the forces in the field to the first
cf June next.
4th. That the Chief of Ordinance
stop all purchase cf arms and ammuni
tion and material therefor, and reduce
the manufacture of arms and ordinance
stores in Government arsenals as rapidly
as can be done without injury' to the ser
5th. That" the Chief Engineer'stop all
work on field fortifications and other
works, except those for which specific
appropriations have been. made by com
manders for completion, or that may be
required for the proper protection of
works in progress. '
" 6th. That all soldiers, in hospitals who
require no further medical treatment be
honorably discharged from the service,
with immediate payment. All officers
and enlisted men who have been priso
ners of war, and are now oa furlough be
in parole camps ; to aH recruits in ren
dezvous, except those 'for the regular
army," will likewise be favorably dis
charged. Alr'onTcers whose duty it is,
under the regulations of the service, to
make out rolls and other private papers
connected with dicharges and payment
of soldiers, are directed to make them
out without delay, so this order be caV
ned into effect immediately.
7th. That the Adjutant General of the
army will cause an immediate return to
be made by all commanders in the field
or garrisons, detachments and post of
their respective fcrces, with a view to
their immediate Eduction.
8th. Quartermasters, Subsistence. En
gineer and Piovolt Marshal Generals de
partments will feduce the '"-cumber of
clerks and ernDlovees to that 'absolutely
required for closing the business of their
respective deparlmeits, and will, without
delay, report to the Secretary cf War
the number requmd of each class or
irrade. The Sureem General will mike
similar reductions of Surgeon?s nurses
and attendants in his bureau.
9th. That the chiefs of the.respective
bureaus will immedistely cause proper
returns to be made ott or public proper
ty in their charge, and statements of pro
perty in each that miy be sold upon ad
vertisement and pubication without pre
judice tg the service. ; -.
TOih. That conmanders cf prisons
will have rolls maie out of the, name and
residence time ard place of capture, and
occupation of all prisoners cf war who
will take the Wi of allegiance to the
United States, to the end that such as are
disposed may become good loyal citizens
of the United .Steles, and who are,the
objects of Execuriveclemenc'Y may be
released upon terms the President shaii
6ee, fit and consistent with the public
safety. . - . : ; t "V
-. '" il ' '.
, The following was issued by the Pres
ident April 30 ;
That all restrictions upon internal
domestic and oastwise commercial in
tercourse be discontinued in such parts
of "the States' of Tennessee, Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor
gia, Florida, Missouri, and so much of
Louisiana- as! lies east cf the Missouri
river, as shall be embraced within the
lines of national military occupation, ex
cepting onlytuch restrictions as are im
proved by acjs of Congress and regula
tions in purs&nce thereof, presented by
the Secretarof the Treasury, and ap
proved by tip President, and excepting
also from e&ct of this order, the fol
lowing artics contraband . of war, tq
wit: Aarms! amunition and all articles
from which jimunition is manufactured ;
gray uniforns and cloth, locomotive cars
railroad irof, and machinery for opera
ting a railrjad telegraph wire, insula
tors and insruments for operating tele-"
graph lilies . -
P EOS FE O T U S
" J " OF THE
BrownVfHe ffigS Scfaool.
Will compence it3 First Termjor the
year 1S65 oi Monday, May the 8th, un
der the Superintend ence 6f O. B. Hew
ett A. M. a Principal. Who with such
assistance, as 'may be - necessary, will
also have clarge of the classification,
discipline and instruction cf the Prima
ry and Intermediate Departments as
included in the present arrangement.
The Term will continue eleven weeks.
RATES OE TUITION.
Primary Class - S3 00
-Intermediate- Cla?s S4 00
. Grammar - " $5 00
'-- Advanced " $6 00
t Payable in advance.
No Scholar received for less than
half the Tjrtn and no allowance made
for absence unles at the option cf the
- Per Ordr of the Board of School Di
rectors of Brownville District. 33tf.
ne "wIdTe St rrs ee n tT.
.MB- J. S: WILLIAMS, Who is the author,
lzfl Agent ia Jt. Louis for tlnsfaper, will atteinl t3
making collector) and purchases in that City. OJfict
97 Cncstnut S'.., N. M. Cor Tifth, P. O. JojjOIO.
TAKEN UP. ly tht nnrterirSgred liTins fix miTei
wet oi rownvllle, on the 15. h day of Fe'jriuiy, 1S65,
TwoEmay ilswe. One a Brown By. left eye out,
some white on t.rehead and nose, rig'.t hind loot whita
saddle and harness marks and sh d all aiocnd, tweeny
in ooth shonldeifl, supposed to he 11 years old. The
other a Bay mar? both hind feet w hite, stiff tn The left
antie joint and love foot, heavy niare and tail, mane
1 viiig on left bide, some hite on nose anp.pased to be
6 year old.. JOIIN P. liANDALL.
3La jL IKT 2D 3
Some choice tract of Land In Xemaha and Richard,
son Cwunties for salej enquire of
. II. It. BEAD.
BrownTille, April 29th, '65. 9-33 3m
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK.
On Saturday Msy 20th. I will o.Ter for ale, ; to the
highest bidder, for cash la hnd, In the City of Browa
ville, ia Neman County sebraska Territory, one
email Brown Pony Mare, supposed to be four years
old this spring, and Colt, the Mare has a St;r in the
forehead, no other marks or brands, t8k3n np by J B.
Swank, and now; In the possession cf JonaB Hacker ,
appraised at $75,00, .
33-3w. B. T. HUCTJ3.
. SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK
On Saturday the 20th day of May 1 will offer for sale
to the highest bidder cash in hand, in the City of
Brownville in Nemaha Co. Nebraska Territory three
Cows, and Calves; oae Brindle Cow, with line back
and whiie face, letter O in the right hip, letter F on
the right horn, crop oiTof the right ear anil supposed to
be 1C years old, appraised with Calf at 20 dollars.
One white Cow, brindle neck, crop off of the right
ear, under lpe off of the left ear, letter O. on right
hip, supposed to be 8 years old, appraised, wiih Calf
One red and wl'V speckled. Cow, crop off of the 1.':
ear, nnderbit off rf rizht ear the bush end ofla'.l
oil', a dim brand on the left hip, ab-jnt 8 years old p
ppaised at Twenty DoHars. R. V. HUGUS.
WM. H. M'CREERY
C A SH VTHOirSALE a'kd retail dealee m
Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs,
Pure Liquors for Medical purposes.
All. kinds of Patent Medicines.
COAL OIL LAMPS and CHIMNEYS
Blank Books and Stationery,
Wall Paper of ' Every Pattern, Window
Papers, Cord and Tassels
The best Brands of CHEWING and
SMOKING TOBACCO and CIGARS,
Oysters, Canned Fruits, and a complete.
Stock of light end fancy Groceries.
Periumerr ' and Toilet Goods. ,
Having availed himself of the late decline; and
making extensive purchases in an Eastern Market, he
assumes bit, patrons and the Public that it U to. their
advantage ta trade with hint, none but first Class
1HUGS kept. . Call and examine for yourself at the
CITY. DRUG STORE
South Sast Corcer, tfain and first Street, Brownville
Nebraska Territory. . -; . .
PiiEscairnoss, and orders Carefully
filled at all hours. . 9-3?-h
LEEPER & KIDDER'S
VT O o2- O 2? C? ,
rateated'Febru&ry 12, 1801.
This 'well known and valuable Implement for Corn
raisins, that all ford and practical Farmers wiiJ have;
that has met with such remarkable sale and favor, Is
bein? manufactured by the undersigned at
Rocfcport Landing Atchison Co 116.
and are now prepared to fill all orders they miy re
ceive for the. ccmirg season. 'We' have made fome
valuable improvements since -last season. We have
reduced the bulk or size t,f the machine, and make it
in batter proportion, and retain all the valuaS:e points.
Wc Claim tie Femwing Important Pom's :
1st'.' The Plr.wm'rfn can ride an! plow wlthont labor.'
21. Any person who can drive a team can manage it.
3i. Crooked rows f Corn are plowed as easily and
thoroutbly as straight one:?, the plowman siUiu? to as
to observe the corn and see if the work is well done
1.1. Tf I. a tV, a mrtk.f narfApt mill n&fcliral fllOt TT11 -
V!U ." J J... I l v " -
tion of any plow mad, and does not cramp or tire the
Piowman. . ' ; - ' '
5th. The Plows while In motion are moved with
perfect ease. . , ,
6th. The PI ws are adjustable to any depth any de-
6th. Adjustible shields to prevent youn; corn front
coin? coversu. -StU.
It is admirably adapted to plowing in small
9ih. Every Cnltivator 13 well made and. good ma
terial, end warranted to do Pood work.
TIT ORGAN & MEAD.
fiSF Orders addressed to ihe above at
North Star Mo., or Iirownville INeb. ler.
1$ 3m 45.
GEO. A. PllINCE &C0S
v 4 ' ' '
gSO T0 EACH !
3Q Varieties, with Patent Basso Tenuto or
- bub Bas3. . . - ;
SCHOOL ORGANS AND 3IEL0DE0NS,
- Finished in
Elegant ttoncwooa, TTalnnt or
, . JVo Charge for Boxing or Shipping.
S35,000 Xott In Use.y?
- AN ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, eon
tsiiiing full dtscriptiou or styla. and testimon.ais of
the most eminent Musicians, as to the superior 'excel
lence of our instruments will be ent free to any
address . : '
THE AUT03MTIC ORGAXS.
In presenLinf the Automatic Organ, we boldly an
nonnce the greatest triumph in iaasical instruments
of the ase. During the past half century, the French
and Germans have manufactured reed instruments
with double bellows, and two pedals for the. feet to
operate, but the want of the reversed or. Exhaustion
Jiellows, (which is the nly belloVs nsed in cur inst: n
ments), mace it impossible for them to produce the
mellow, rich and musical tone for which our -instruments
sre celebrated. - ... . - . -
Another objetion to this method of blowing was
that, both feet leini; occupied, n- epportuniry was of
ferjd for the niunsement of the swell. Within the
past two years, instruments constructed on this Euro
pean piau of "double bloors," have been manuf act
urea in this country, and to counteract this difflculty
(wuut of a t?eil) a lever has been projected from the
centre of the instrument, to act upn the swell, and
operated by the knee. The inconvenience and contor
tion neces-ar? to effect this object are disagreeable
ennugh to a gentleman, bui 10 a lady the use of such
an appendage is nearly impossible.
Oojt Automatic device otiviaies this difflcnlty entire
ly, the simpie act cf blowing wiik mure or less force
giving the desired increase or decrease in the volume
For seventeen years the superior excellence of our
JIe!d"BS has net been questioned, and for two years
past vli enormons demand li is made it impossible for
us to meet our orders promptly. . With our increaa ed
facilities, we feel warranted in assuring cur patrons
"that their order, will be promptly niet, and soUcit a
continuance of their uatronase.
GEO. A. PE1NC2 At CO.
Cas;lii to JPHrcIiasers.
All cur i n-iirumcnta Lavo n.-tn the name board, in
full. "GliO. A..i RINCit &. CO." When a Uaaier rep
ieen;sai;y oTaer intra!uents as "the same as enrs,"
it is Ubmliy a mero attempt to seil an inferior intru
Uiciit, o which he can make a large prodt.
p. S A liberal discount to Churches, Clergymen
and Schools. Ad'Iros,
Hl. A.PRINCK, k. CO. i 89 Wifhic.eton St,
Or, Chicago, 111.
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PROF. VON VEBAE'S
'for which they areN
'in every instance. They
are cordially recommended toy
'all Toadies who, from sickness or
'other causes, are unable to undergo
'the perils of accouchment. This remedy iaN
Kot an Abortive, but simply
.and is not in the least, injn-
.rious to the most delicate
.constitutions. - Every
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LET EVEBT .
CT Send Eed Stamp for Circular, or 12.23 for the
Bemedy, to C. B. MOXHOE St CO., General Agents,
P. O. Drawer 6581, Chicago, Illinois; Office 1S5 South
Clark Street. For sale at Wholesale in Chicago, by
BTJRNHAM3 & VAN" 6C3AACX, FUXLZa. TTNCH '
St TTJLLEB, LORD & SMITH. CHAS. G. 83H1&
BMITH & DWYEH, and H. SCOVILL.
Daniel Kinn;?on. Wirjam Kinnwos, Senior,
Williim Kinaisoa J naior, (Jeoro Klnci'on &n
Pegzy Kinnison. wiil take notice, that Etnjinine
F. Lnshbaujh as romplahiaDt, has Icd a bill ia
chancery, in the District Court of Nemaha L't nnty,
Nebraska Territory, against them and David Kin
nison Newton Kincison, John Kinnison, Mary
Shroaf and Elizabeth Delay, heirs t-f IVily Kinni
8on,decoa5cdin'l Riobard V. Hughea Administrator
ofaid Estate, and John L. Carson as defendant.
The object and J rayercf said bill is to fjrcclosea,
Deed of trust, in tu natura of a mortgage, girea
by l'olly Kinnison, deceased, in ber iitetirae to
Jchn L. Carson aj trusts, upon tho Soath East
Qaarter of Section ( 15) ia T ewnship 8 North of
liange 13 East in Nemaha County, Nebraska Terri
tory, given to Secre tTio payment of a Bote of
$2 iU,00' mer.tloLed in said deed, of trust, and for
the sale of EaiJ premises, to pay said note, to com
plainatit. And the ?aid Daniel Kinnijon, William
Kianison Senior, William Kinnison Junior, George
Kinni3on anl I'egy Kinnison are nut: tied that they
are required to appear and answer aid bill on cr
before the 22d d ay of tnnj A. D . 1S65.
Dated April 5th 1855. .
29-4t $13,50. -Sol, for Complainant.
Jlecling: or Scliool Examiners.
Notioe ia hereby given that the Hoard of School
Esaminers of Nemaha County, Nebraska, will hold
meetings for the Examination .f Teachers for
said i County, at the office cf E. W. Thomas,
in Drownviiie, on the 1st Saturday is crery month,
between the hoars of one and 3 P.'-M, Applicants
for certificates are required to be present at cne
o'clock, precisely, or thy cot be examined. .
No person need apply at any other time, i v
iJy order of the Hoard,
E. W. THOMA.?, Clark.
April lit, 23-yly
THE ONLY. SURE THING.
.i- i - y
As the.raire indicates, it not only RENEW3 th
rr.vrtU r,r tha Iiiiir wlim t h 1 Tl 9 lid f Ji' I TJ 2 Of, b U t i
c;t;t-: i:PVEv Tin: COLOR to its ori eina
hade when it is turning grey or white, whether
caused by Jiseae, crrief or old age.
It wilrcertanily tio wu-.t is e.simea
to which hundrc li, nay, thou-ria who hare used
it.are Tco-dy and willing to tesuiy. ou ouo tut.-
tle is fairly used, m any community. n irwuoii
'Spreads like wild Ere," ana is tne cess atner jse-
"KF.NF.V.'ER" ori'i&atei. it
is used by all Your? Ladies as a Preisi ojf . and is to
be found on th toiret t.iMes ot 1 ouc -"cn, aisoai
ii.-;f hipV,.no r!.;!.i ''.it.-n 8ndVomen will
nut be without it, as a renevr?r and restorative for
their qroy loci? nji.i bal-i neaus, wnica is. cnan-es
to their entirw .atisfaction.
We are soiliB' in the city of Eostca alone, up
wards of 76.00' bottles per moath , the dealers giv
ing the KEEWER the prcferenca over all otaer
If net so'd ly Dru;?i3t.3 in your torn, a Trial
BottU will beaent you by Express, upon receipt of
one dollar by mail thus giving you-an opportunity
at on.'io for teitirp i.'s excellent virtac-s.
'"Orders l'ir Trial Bottles, must be addressed to
our Central A.t fi.-r the Northwestern States, C.
A. COOK , Eux C521, Chicago, III. -All such orders
will receive prompt attention.
R. F. HALL & CO., Proprietor?.
Nashua, N. II.
The trade snrilip.l at JLtrnfdcturers'.Prices by
FULLER, FINCH & FULLER, Wholesilo Drug
gists, Chicago, Illinois. 25
Notlcn is Lcreby given that I will oITer for sale
at public nuetioa. at the front entrance of the
i'rowEvillo Hous?, in the Citj of Brownville, (that
being the building in .which tho-last term of the
District Court of the county of Nemaha, ia tho
Territory of Nebraska, was held) on the
1st day.- May, A. D. 1S85 ai.I o'clock
P.M. Tho following real estate situated in tho
County of ?4 vnaha, in the Territory of Nebraska,
to wit : Lot y in Liock 4fJ ; Lots II, 13, 15, and
16 in Hloek'33, Lot 16 ia Block 81;" Lets 9, 10, li
in Block 1)0; Lot 1, 12, 13 14 in Block 32 ; Lot 4 in
Block 35; Lots. 1, I, in Block 45 ; Lots ID, 11 in
Block 47; Lot U ii. Vlock 43; Let 13 in Block 71;
Lot 9. in Block 73 ; --ts 13, 14, 15, 13, in Block
65 ; in Nemaha City ; also the South East 1-4 of
the North Hell 4 of section o4 in lownsuip 5
North of Range 15 East'; also the Sonth East 1-4
of the South West 1-4 of Section 1' Township 4
North of Range 15 East, except to acres oifof th
West side thereof ; also a tract of land commencing
at a point Su rods North of the South West corner
of Sec tion Eighteen (18) in Township 4 Ncrth of
Rsngo IS E.iit, thence running East 47 rods, thenoe
South 23 1-1 roJj thence Wct 47 rods, thence N 23
1-4 rod 3. t the place of beginning; also Lots 7, auj
8 of the South W'est 1-4 ct Section 21 in Towcship
4 North, of Krg 15 Eajt ; also the North West
r.f (he North East 1-4 and-Lot 12 cf Section 32
Township 5, Nurtb, Rarg 18 East, cx-eot twenty
(20) acres deed til to Snow. Also the West h.ilf ot
the South Wcsi 1-1 and Lots 3 aud 4 ic Se-.-tion
32 Towushirj 5 Ncrth cf range M Eo3t, except t .vea
ty acre3 ia the Sath West corner, takea a3 the
property of Jerot; Lloovcr 02 an execution and
veudi in favor of Samuel A Chambers Executor
of the lust will and tosUment of Willi3 11:11 dc
ceajed, issued out of tha District Court of the
County of NemVaa, in the Territory cf Nebraska,
anl to me directed as Sheriff ot said County.
Dated 11 arch 27th. IMS.
W. G. GLASGOW, Sheriff.
In the matter of the Estate of ilarshal C. Kel
Whereas the Trobate Court, in and for Gage
county, Neboaska Territory, d;d cn tho 6th day of
March, A. D. lSoj.fix and appoint the7taday f
August , A. D. 1M55 as the day for the final sottl -ment
of the Estate of Marshal C. Kellcy lite of
said county and Territory now deceased.
Now therefore, !l credits of said Estate, and
all parties intreated therein, are hereby notified
to present their claims against s;iid Estate, before
the said Probato Court , on or borers the 7th
day of August, A. D. liioj, or tha same will befo
Ordered by paid Probate csurt that notice of the
above be published for four consecutive ttseks ia the
Dated Beatrice, March 6th 1S 3.
LEGAL NOTICE. ,
Notice is hercly riven," that, pursuant" to an
order of sale to na Hri-t-'d, issn?d by the 1
istcr in Chancery. '.f the District Court ot Neniaua
Ci.-nnty .Nebraska Territory, in a certain case nhsro
in Kath'arica liataichak, by ber next Friend Da
vid 11. Mcljtughlin , is Plaintiff, and the unknown
heir of Henry Hmith deceased, Henry E. Dum
merand Henry il. Atkinson are defendants. I
Monday, the 1st, day of May, .1SC3.
At one o'clock P. M. af.-aid day. offer for sale
at public .auction, ot the front dour of the
Kr.jWii ville licy ia the City of Erownville in said
Coun'yol' NVfoafca, (thr.t -bein the building ia
whit-'h the latterui of tk.e s iid District Court was
held)the futlowirjr Ileal Estate to wit: the North
Eeas'iuarter of &ectiou Thirteen ( li), in Town
ship four (4) North, of P.rne fourteen ( 1 1) Ea3t
in tiaid Couctv of Nennha.
Drownrille ilarch 27th. 18o5.
V,'. G. GLASGOW,
Sheriff and Special Master in Chancery.
isii.i?! lit: vis,
ATTOENEY AT LAW,
FAIiIiS CITY. KEERABHA.
53" Will practice in" all ttic Courli jf Neb.
' B. C. HARB'S
SKY LIGHT GALLERY
Is the place to got yonr Picture. He is prepared to
take all fcit,ii "f Picture large sizei utoaraiibs,
Kelainotypes. fus. '
He keeps on a wcll-selettei stock ot Albams
and Photcgarph g'xids.
The new Gallery is north cie of main Street oppo
site Jonn-A. P.jR&'a Stcte. Persons win tlo well to
eall soon, before getting work il'.ne eUebere.
Paili.-titar vnYi ukciiW'.i' . .. rrr.r-..' i f.v mnjitf;
ell! Picture?. Dai it-TP'l, bla' k, grteo,
oi colors for thi'iron's (ire-,es.
or P.aiJi are
. J3Y FRED. -.AUGUST, .
HAIII, BUT. FIII3T AIID tliCOITD ST3.
Oyfterr Cif, Tics, CniSie1, Girder ErC3J, etc.
lc, cf fll descriptions courint;y -!i liai.d.
GOOD ereJ in tne tet sty and ers:Trt
notice. . -Also
Tobacco, Cigars, Juft$,'
' Canned Fruit, Oysters,
- Crackers, . Raisens, Cur-
rants, and a supply cf
Barbara A. Syaamire and the unknown licirs
of Francois Putignaf-, decasal, will take Dotice
that Henry Ilohimon, Adntini.-trator of he Estate
sf John. B.- Laurent, deceased, bus commenced a
suit on tii Chancery sida of the District Court
of Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory, in which
suit they together with Jasper A. Ware are made
defendants. , Thft object cf said suit is to foreclose
a certain morfjraije made by th said Franois Puti
gant in fat or of tea said John D. Laurent Septem
ber, J 1th lS57,ou tha North wet quarter of Sec
tion 17 in Township tf north, of Kar.-e li East sit
uated in the said County of Nemaha, giaen to se
cure the payment of $ 100.CO due to the said Lau
rent from said I'atignat threa years from the data
of laid mortgage with interest. Ilo prayer of
plaintiif is that the said Tand be scU and the pro
ceed be applied rst inpayment of th above
claim, and that the said defendants be debar J an,d
foreclosad of til rlht3 therein. Defendants ara re
anircd to answer by the S2J day cf liay, lfcGi.
. - ' E. W. THOMAS,
...' , -Scl. for C:rcp'ainant.
FLOVR, ntr, 2:c. Ptcnaef.. :.. -At
McLau;h,i-.i Bwnn' s
No tl, liberty ?iren that 2i ai i
October A. D. 1-5' Ear, tM,
Jefferson L. Cou:'-i dc
iuoa xor -ueann claims arraiagt v"!1
wours oi eiuaaa vuunty , ebrajJtT f't,
ail pers-ms haviDg claims ainn . c"7..-
notiSed that they are reared t 'e tv "l
Court on or befora the above dat
be forever barred
V - . TJ Udff f
MUNROE J. Coi-
Trial Akin and Eramw D. Allen. . .
tico that James O. Carson as ccm-v Ukt
EJed billjn chancery, io the Datrici'lf"'1' 1 '
7 - " ' V C .
upon the South East qcarter of Sectia 7 ; ?' I
ship 5 North of Range 15 East, in NemAv
of said premises, made by said Urial i:.""
uius d. Anon 01 comfrt.aiiiant. Xae
Akin and Erasmus I. Allen will tak
. T I 11 . . 3 lr
tney are require a to answer soil Em
the 22i dav of mav A. D.
oa or T ,
4 - - ;
Isolioitor for Comn!,:' i
- Dated April 5th 1335. 23-4: j,!''1
XDIa Uab!.)r and Horn, DrtssiaTPuiT" j
ooiiiOi. oot.ea socket comte, I.jOj,- I" ri 1
llets, Fiih H..oks anl line, kc. I
The nnJersigDcd keep on hand a largt asortae-
For Men and" Boy's Also.tlarjsjikjj
HATS -AJSTD CAPS
BOOTS" AND SHOES,
EnSScr Coats, Legslns & EIaniel
UMBRELLAS AND CARPET BAGS.
Of all kiiids tvhich we will sell, .
CHEAP FO 11 CASH
. We purchased our gocJa since iLe de
cline in the Markets and will sell at L-t
figure?.- ATKINSON k CO.
April 13tl, 125,
W 1 V.i!
li'iirtba Swift. 5'ary Ann Pearman, John Fru
cis Swift, Wiilum A. wift. NarcU?u C n,
Nathan V. Swift, ami others the unkn'iwa l:n
of Nathan' W. Swii't, deceased, w.ll taka B,ti?i
that Edwin S. D. Harsh, as plaictLf, ha lei 1
l.ill in rhar.fprv in th District Court of flui
county, Nebraska Territory, against them u Js-
fecdants. Said bill cets fort a toat .'in
Swift tnst:ifr with Martha Swift, eiwntaJ Mi
delivered to j.UiiitiiT a Deed to lots 7 aJ 3 ii
block 109, io the eityof IVru, in. eaaty d
Nemaha, which deed tvm accident, iitnjti
riled. Tli fbifrtlBd
ot sai l bill s to ootain iro.j .j;na y.r.- j
title to the said lots in favi-i .f plaint's'!. (
Defendants ara rsquir- ! t answer id bill b
cr botora the 22d daT of . a. d.. l"'3. 1
y.'.W. Til O. MA?,
. 29-4t-pd ?c.r. rlorCotrplaitiMt.
Front Sireet; between Main and Jl'-V'
9 32 I7
Kotke i? hereby piren that ;in rw'tw w,a "
orderof tte Probata Court of H1 tonry r
bra.ska Tt-rritory, I will offer for VauM
lion, on in , . .
20th day of May,A. D.lCj,at2oc.oct
P. if., ia front of the oR:e of teJ.it" '. ProltVL
the City of Brownville in gai.'CouuV of l83u!J'.f"rf
following c!cribed land to wit: W Nrta b.i
tiie Koriii Weot qiarter of Fpjtion,' So. U mT' .
snip Ho. 4, Nonh of Ban?e 'o. 15 ta. containir
acres, s it i! at e in the County of Kemana in ln,"J'.
toy cf Nebraska; Said land bet! tea preppj
Jyt-cpbine Bail, a minor ender en'liaa'bi?-
Notice 13 hereby given that! will ?f fjr "l
at public auction, at the frnt entrane of
Erownvillellocsw, in thoCitjof LrowLTi..,
aha County, Xebrsska Territiry oa &''M,J.
of May, A. D. IroS.atone cclcck Y. J"
lowing real Estate, to wit: So;h "e t,.
ter of the South East quarter of Section -in
!iip 4 North of Ymjp 15 Easi,ccnUir.ia?c.
also let VJ in Dlock b7,Lots 15 and 1 in !." (
Lot 13 in Block 63 in tLa Ciy of S,,':
the aboTe property bein suated ia u
of Nenab a, Nebraska Terjn'wry . taken 5l3,P '
erty cf V. iiliatn L. Thurfian, on an exec aten - ;.f
ror of Landorf ard Koanstine, issaed out
District Uurt oftLe County of Nemaha. lrr.
of Nebraska, and to mo directed as SherJ
County of Xecjiha.
3 1 -ot 3 1 1.QJ W. G.CLASGOSg,
- LEGAL NOTICE.
Charles IToul will lake Motlre thst -nx? j!'
p,rtcbt baa cornmenc?i a auit in Cfcancery, " t5.fi
trict Court, of Netuaha County, Nebraska
axiuht the aiJ Charles Moil. T&a oftjw
scit is to foreclose a certain r.irmae s1'' V'
Or rIW J.Vfiakr i I " ZZ-.K1
tbe South West quarter of Section Win TJ
rtn r.ansra 13 i.al lu
s iveu to fecira the rirrr.ent ciri " n,.t:r
date therewith, tor $2ii,i. -7 . w cr
vor of aid Aibrkht S.il Moal t qn rfJ
v,ar and answer ou or betora tb 15t! 0xSi
Sol. lot Comp'-a1
23-lt $9, p'd $4.53.
. ESTIlAY NOTICE. m,s
TaVcn cr by the undersigned, living r; N
.otith Wetcf Nerr.aha City, Nemaha li-" .;.
brajlM Territory, on the 61 d ay of Apni, - , y
On-Jllrowa Mara, with bUck spot oa U
estcudie'down the leg-about c;;'ht J.-o.
50 5ti,M. liiSlTTf
M'cLArbnLIN' A. SWAN are coUiW-'T rr,j,.;
adUiiion to their stock of Gncere a.-
ware. Taeir tiot.us ana prices wa 1 u. -
aiiV otier njnn."
EW Orleans, Ctarilie'i, t'rusbe'l IiJ Ft,'t Ut
gars, Golden Syrup Sugar HvnsaaM
At TrcLanghl 1 n&JZ
Th"r.man' n. Marshall, llary C. J J""
and V.'illiain D. Cady.will take a'!6."
Earey , 3 com plainant, has filed a bill n
in the District Court of Nemafca eoawj-
Territory, against them and John L. c.,-t;;j
defendants. Tho object and pjer of ?"Vi:ar
to foreclose a certain Deed of Trust, f''
cf a Mort-age, aiecuted by Thomas J-
John L. Carson, as Trustee, Bpon the o 0 J
quarter of Settion eight, in township '1Jj)-ebri
ranjje frfteea ea?t, in Nemaha oa.n-pnx
Territory, to secure the payment of . r .
Note to complainant for $2;0.0 0, sati"
Deed of Trut, and for the sale of ee:v
to pay said note, and et 13 tscat iJ
Deed, of a portion of said Freo;'e.f:,. " f) f";
said Thomas U. liar-hall to a:J " U':!,J r-M-J
to far as the same effects tba rrior.,ie,nf
eoralaic'aut, and also to bar the a:;ilvVi,
sba.Uf her Dower in said Froiser .
Thom H. ilarshall ilary C. ilarthU
Kara D. Cady ara noticed taat wey- -ef v
ar.swr raid bill oa or befora tha f.
oii.if-?r f-r ' ns,):k
otb, 1 ?oi
aniJuU U Carson, as dafaniiot Th ,S
and prayer of sail Bill is t foro:Io ac ..;
of trut. irv tha natnrn nf a niArj.. " ' a
uia:i: couu;7 corajKi iprrif.-, . --'i.v
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