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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1865)
JOHN JL. COMIAPP, EDITOR.
CROWNVXLLElTUURSDAV JUNE 22, 1S55.
Further details are giv? n cf the oc
cupation of Brownsville, Texas, by our
forces under Gen. Drown, May 29ib.
The rebel Gen. Slaughter would have
surrendered but his troops would not
permit it, they fearing that they would
Le taken as prisoners to New Orleans
Before leaving; they put Slaughter under
guard and compelled him to distribute
520,000 in specie. They also commenced
plundering the town, and were cot
checked until driven from the town by
Mexican Literals, refugees and others.
Col. Ford escaped to Matamoras, and
Gen. Slaughter is supposed to be on the
Rio Grande, with about fifty fcilowers.
The Mexican Gen. Coninas, liberal,
is reported to have whipped ihe impe
rialists under Lpez cn the 3d, about
twenty-five miles above Matamoras, the
latter was reported driven across the
The inhabitants along the lower Mis
sissippi are now laboring under the disad
vantage cf drought and bushwhackers.
It has been but a short time since Jeff
Davis was captured in female apparal,
more recently still was he confined, and
now the telegraph announces that the
South is thoroughly weaned from-Jeff.
Verily. Uncle Samuel must be a skillful
doctor, and may yet deliver Jeff, to the
A slight mutiny occurred on board the
steamer which wa? to convey the 12th U.
S. colored cavalry to Texas. The sol
diers objected to being sent to Texas.
The mutiny was however soon quelled.
. On the 1st of May there were one
million one hundred and forty thousand
men on the pay roll. Since that time
about one hundred and fifty thousand
have been mustered out.
The Conspiracy Trial has come to
Gold on the 15th, 47c premium. 16tb
44c premium and falling.
Salt Lake dates of June 12ih, say
Speaker Colfax and party arrived yester
day morning. Thy were delayed by
Indian hostilities. The Indiana attacked
a Mormon train at North Platte Cross
ing4 in sight of them, and Eagle Creek
Station, a few hours after they passed,
and killed and woundtd all the stock
tenders and soldiers.
Gen. Conner has sent troops to stop
the Indian depredations, and will keep
the mail route open.
A complete rupture has taken place
between the Emperor Napoleon and the
Prince Napoleon Jerome, arising from a
speech made by the latter, in which he
urges upon his ccuntrymen to cultivate
feelings cf friondihip with the loyal
American nation, and at the same time
" speaking cf "Mr. Monroe, the celebrat
ed statesmen who has given his name to
the doctrine propounding the principle
that the Governments of Europe must
hold do possessions in North America."
The Emperor immediately published
A letter of censure, in which occurs the
following: "The political programme
which you place under the aegis of the
Emperor, can only serve the enemies cf
my government. To judgements which
I cannot admit ycu add sentiments cf
hatred which belong no longer to cur
To which the Prince replies by resign
. ing his position as Vice President of the
Privy Council and the Presidency of the
Universal Exhibition of 1867.
ThiB incident goes far toward showing
the temper of the Emperor towards this
".' country. Every once in a while the tel
.egraph announces that President John
son will enforce the Monroe Doctrine, if
this is the intention, it were well done
speedily. The American people desire
that this doctrine should be carried out,
especially in the case of Mexico, whose
government was usurped during our in
ability to assist her. The Mexican Em
igration scheme'has failed, and if ever
pur Government intends to strike for
.liberty and the Monroe doctrine, now is
The latest by telegraph is that our
Government will remain neutral to the
From recent accounts from Richmond
the chance from rebel to loyal hands has
worked no benefit to the poorer classes.
The authorities gent there from Wash
ington act as though they were sent there
solely to protect rebels, they seem acting
the complete lickspittle and toady to the
defunct chirelry. The rebel Mayor
Mayo is reinstated and has reappointed
his rebel policeman says the Richmond
correspondent of the N. Y. Tribune
who were notorious and infamous negro
hunters, and who now occupy themselves
in entering houses of inoffensive negroes,
dragging them out and imprisoning ihem.
The negroes of Richmond have appealed
to-the authorities for protection, and if
they receive it not, the freedom premised
thim is but "an empty word, full of icund
and f'iry, meaning noih:ng."
Mayer Mayo and his negro-hunting
police have been ousted. ,
The St. Louis Democrat, of the 17ih,
contains the returns frcmSG counties and
about 3,000 soldiers, which give a ma
jority for the Constitution of 3,3-17. The
bull; cf this majority is gained in the
soldiers vote. There is but little doubt
uow that the Constitution is adopted, as
the soldier vote now in may be taken as
a fair index of what is not yet in.
Already the charges of fraud ccme in
thick and heavy against the copperhead
districts. If the letters given in the
Democrat are reliable and the Demo
crat gives them credit the most bare
faced ard outrageous frauds were com-
milted in Clay, Ray, Callaway, New
Madrid and other rebel counties. The
worst features in the frauds as stated by
these correspondents is, that men sup
posed to be the most loyal urged upon
known rebels to take the oath there
by perjuring themselves in order o as
sist in defeating the Constitution, "many
cf the white-washed loyalists urging that
the cath was not valid. Again, it is
stated that the gravest frauds were com
mitted by judges of election," in mutilat
ing votes; in the ccunt so as to make them
read against the Constitution, and then
counting the ci so.
If. there be facts, Missouri is yet far
from beirg regenerated, even though the
Constitution be adopted. No matter
whether these frauds change the rtsult
or not, perjury should and must be pun
ished ere the State can expect that pros
perity which will be the result of the
freedom granted by the New Consti
tution. It the crime of perjury is as ex
tensive as these charges indicate, and is
punished as it deserves, we may reason
ably expect another exodus from there
of perjured villains fleeing from justice ;
and,knowing that there are paper? and in
dividuals in our Territory who would de
sire even this kind cf an emigration in
the hope of changing its political com
plexion to a copper color we can safely
say that all such are traitors to the best
interests of Nebraska, who are willing
to sink the general good in their am
bition and no better than the perjured
villains and copperheads they invite.
We have received another letter from
"V. A." giving extracts from a sermon
delivered by Brigham Young. We can
vouch for the truthfulness of our corres
pondent, and regret exceedingly that the
"customs of the country" will not permit
its publication, as it is filled with the
vilest bawdy house talk, and our correspon
dent omits the worst passages, showing
that Salt Lake Society must be rapidly
apprcachirg that borne from whence no
virtue can return, and needs a thorough
We hope V. A. 'will continue his cor
respondence, as we can rely on what he
says, and f rom his present location Ida
ho City a correspondence cannot help
but be interesting.
It should be mere generally known
than what it seems to be, that the old
law allowing letters not pre-paid, to be
sent forward according to address, has
been repealed, and that now every letter
not entitled to be carried through the
mails free, must have a stamp upon it, or
it is sent to the Dead Letter Office.
learn that Government contem
plates colonizing all the Indian tribes
between Minnesota, Iowa and the Rocky
Mountains, on the northern border of
Montana and Dakota. This will give
them cn almost unlimited hunting ground
in the British possessions adjoining.
E. B. Teylor, Editcr of the Omaha
Republican, has been appointed Superin
tendent cf Indian Affairs for Northern
Kansas, Nebraska, Dakota, Colorado,
Mr. Wheeler, cf Plattsmouth, has
been appointed agent for the Pawnee
Indians, in place of Lushbaugh.
General Wilson has ordered the prison
stockade at Andersonville to be enclosed
and fenced, and a book, containing the
names and descriptions of deceased pri
vates to be kept for reference. Over
fourteen thousand Union soldiers are
known to b3 buried there. '
An exchange calls for a bloodless tariff
war upon England. .
Gen. Slough has been appointed Gov
ernor of Colorado, in place of Nr. Evans.
The Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Inpuirer makes the fcllow
ing statements, may or may cot be true :
"It is probable the regular army, or
permanent nilitary establishment cf the
country, will be organized on the follow
insr basis : General officers one p-ener.
al, five lieutenant-generals, fifty major
generals, and seventy-five brigadier
generals. The regular army proper to
be composed of nineteen regiments of
infantry, six regiments of cavalry, and
five regiments of artillery, all filled up to
the maximum number ; besides these
fifty thousand colored troops will be re
tained with the regiments filled up to
the maximum number.
"Hancock; corps will be increased to
a full ccrpse cf three divisions and three
each about thirty thousand
The veteran reserve corps, twen
ty-five regiments filled uj to the maxi
'The medical staff will be. increased
to one hundred full surgeons, with a cor
responding number of atsiiiaiit surgeons.
' "The infantry red cava'ry regiments
of the regular army comprise three bat-,
talions of eight hundred men each. '
"Under the proposed arrangement the
total strt nj;th of the army will be near
ly as follows: Regular infantry. 45 ,G00; !
regular cavalry, 14,40 J; regular artii
lery,12,000; colored troops, 50,00; Han
cock ;s corpse S0.0C0; veteran reserve
corps, 25.CC0; total, 177.0C0 men:''.
Report of the Committee appoint
ed toto make a statement In
favor of, and objects to be ac
complished bj, the organization
cf a Soard of Trade.
Biiown ville. Neb.,. )
. June 14th, 1S65.
To the Board of Trade of Brownville,
JVebraska : -'
Gentlemen: Your Com
mittee, to whom was assigned the duty
of making a statement of the arguments
in favor of, and objects to be accomplish
ed by, the organization of a Board cf
Trade of the City, cf Erownville, re
spectfully snbmit the following:
It is a matter of fact and history that
every City of any commercial import
ance has a Board of .Trade, having for
its cfject the advancement of the com
mercial and general interests of the same
in all departments of business, Mer
cantile, Mechanical and. Agricultural,
and these Boards are usually composed
of men cf all professions and employ
ments, embracing alike the Lawyer,
Merchant, Farmer and Mechanic, who
unite their efforts to accomplish such ob
jects as they may deem advisable for
their prosperity ; and it is by the com
bined exertions of the same that our
cities have advanced to greatness, wealth
and power, and that our agricultural
lands have been converted from their
wild, unproductive State, to yielding to
the industrious tiller of the soil, rich and
remunerative products. It is but a -few
years since, and within the recollection
of many of the members of this Board,
that Chicago- was a mere swamp, with
but few ichabitauts, yet to-day it is
termed the commercial metropolis of the
West. Its rapid increase in . population
and accumulation of wealth, is almost
without a precedent in history. - At an
early period of its history a Board of
Trade was organized by its citizen?,
having similar objects in view to the one
organized in this City. Under its aus
pices that City has grown up to be what
it now is, the commercial power of the
West The prosperity nf that City is in
a great measure due to the united efforts
of its citizens through the medium of its
Board of Trade, and not only was their
city built up through the exertions of
that body, but the agricultural lands
around it were settled and enhanced in
value and a good market was created for
the farmers produce. . The success of
the Merchant, Banker and Mechanic of
Chicago, was the prosperity of. the
farmer in its vicinity, each being de
pendent on the other.
Although Brownville may not possess
the natural advantages for a commercial
city like Chicago, yet there is no reason
why it cannot be mnde a place of con
siderable importance, and this county te
made the first in agriculture in the Ter
ritory, by the combined efforts of the
business men of this place and the
farmers. To the commercial success of
Brownville is necessarily incident the
agricultural prosperity of the county, for
with the increased population, wealth and
business of the town there is, of course,
a corresponding increase in the demand
for tl e products of the farmer, each
class of our citizens being mutually de
pendent on the other, it is therefor only
by a concert of action that the interests
of all can be advanced both in the city
At the present time Brownville has a
population of upwards of one thousand.
Nmv, suppose it contained six or ten
thousand inhabitants, would not property,
not only in town, but 'the farming lands
throughout the county be enhanced in
value, and besides a surer and better
market for the farmers produce would be
the result; and, on the other hand, if
there should be a corresponding increase
in the farming community, it would afford
a larger field for. the merchants and
business men cf the city to operate in,
as 'there would be an increased quantity
of products of the soil, for which the
merchant exchanges his goods. It is
useless to demonstrate the. identity of
interest between the several classes of
our citizens, for they are patent to every
ope, and that fact being evident, it re
mains for our citizens to . consider the
measures to be adopted to advance our
mutual interests, acting in concert thro'
ths Board of Trade.
Your.committee, under the assumption
of the self-evident proposition that an
increase of travel through,- and settle
ment in our county, must necessarily he
followed by an increase of trade in all
departments, and of the products of the
soil, thereby increasing the wealth and
prosperity of all classes, would respect
fully call the attention of the Board of
Trade to the following objects to be ac
complished, which we deera necessary as
an initiatory step to success in increas
ing our trade and prosperity in the town
and county i
We wojII first call your attention to
the necessity fnr a good Steam Ferry at
this place aid which is not oniy of vital
importance ;o the commercial ani me
chanical interests of the town but the
agricultural interests of the county. Had
we a goal Steam Ferry we estimate that
it would Iring to'.this place an additional
local trade from Missouri of not less than
$100,000 per annum over what we now
obtain, and, furthermore, there i" every
reason to induce us to believe that, we
could obtain at least one fourth, and per
haps more, of the immense emigration
from the Slates to the mines West of us,
which would in many, instances prefer
crossinT here, both going to and return-
ing from these gold fields, provided the
facilities'for crossing the 'Missouri river
were equally as good at this as any
other point in the Territory.
The transient trade from these emi
grants and freighters who cculd and
would dcubilcS3" purchase their outfits
here, both of produce and merchandise,
would in 1H1 probability amount to two
or three hundred thousand dollars per
annum, thereby affording a large ad
ditional market to the merchant for his
geeds ard the fanner for his produce over
that which we have heretofore enjoyed.
The next -bjsct to which we invite
the attention of ycur honorable body, is
the necessity for a gcc;d wagon ic-ad from
this place west to the intersection of the
Leavenworth and Fort Kearney road,
over which teams heavily jndenecl could
pass with ease and safety. ith such
a road and the natural advantages of
this olace in being due east of Ft. Kear
ney the intersecting point of all roads
leading to the gold fields it would invite
trade from the west, and freighters of
corn and produce of all kinds, merchan
dise included, would purchase their sup
plies here in place of goicg elsewhere.
In that eve'nt every bushel of corn would
be worth to the farmer as much more
than it is now, as it would cost to freight
the same to the nearest point on the
liver, having an outlet by means of a
good wagen road west of same.
Another object cf the Board should
be the rapid settlement of the unim
proved lands of the county, and the full
development of the agricultural resources
of the same, and also the improvement
of the City.
The design of the Board is to increase
the trade and resources of the town and
county, and in order to accomplish that
object a Steam Ferry and. Wagon Road
are iudispensibly necessary.
Your committee believe that by proper
exertion this Board can increase the
trade, of the town and county to fully
double what it is now, and that within
the period cf one year, if there is a con
cert of aclien of all classes of citizens to
that end, And we respectfully urge that
these suggestions of your committee be
duly considered and acted upon, and if
practicable, Uiat ways and means be pro
vided to carry them out.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
H.bi. ATKINSON, n
C. G. DOr.SET.
s. 11. rich.
DORSET & RICU,
Ojfice S. E. cjrnor Main and First S' recti,
BROWN VILLI:, NEBRASKA.
Will give prompt attetitioTi to all LuiineiS en
trusted tiK then in tlie varioui Courts f Xs-braji.i
and North ijicsi-uri ; alo, to tho Ch'-'Cli-ja of
Bounty .Money'. C .ek Fay, aad L'U5".--.u : .i 1 1 t-j
tbe Payment of TjSis. 8-0-viy
A Card To Invalids.
A Clfrgyrn.T, rrlr.'ere.-idia ia Soa:h America
as ft miwionarj, Uisi'overcd a safe and siiupla rem
edy for the Curf; of Xervous U'eakne??, Ea.rly Decay,
Ui32aics of tfce Urinary and Samiial Orgiins, and
the whole traij of disorders brought on by baneful
and vicious hait3. Great numbers have beea al
ready cured bylhis noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire to bene 4; the afflicted and unfortunate, I
will send the tcipe for preparing and using this
medicine, in a fcaled envelope, toacy one who needs
it, Free of Clryr.
l'lsase incloa a pott-paid envelope, addressed to
Joseph T. Ininaa,
r Htaxjov D, Fislz llorss,
I New York City. .
Taken up by fce undersigned, living two miles
ivbove Brcwnvilb near the iIi?3ouri river, on the
5th day of June,1 a. d., 1865, One Sorrel Mare, with
white hind feet, Mar ia the forehead, with a scar on
the left hip, aoclt 6 or 7 yeara old.
Also, One Uoaa I'ny, about 3 years old, left hind
6 Z. W. CLARK.
Erowiivillo, June 5, 1855. 33 ot-pd
AH persons hsrin claims einst the Estate of
James Osman, deceased are hereby notified that
they are required by an order of the Probate Court
of Nemaha Couaiy, Nebraska Territory, to file their
claims in said Court on or before the 12th day of
December, A. D, 1 363 at ten o'clock A. il.t when
and ithero said cliims will bo examined, and ad
justed. If such llaims are not 80 fiied oa or be
fore the 12th day of December 1S3.5, they will be
' EPr.r.AIH REED,Adininiitratcr.
Jane 12th 1SS5 4t pd.
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK.
On Saturday the 2 Jib day of Jcno 1865 , 1 will
offer frr Sale to the bizbest bidder, for cah
hand, at theresidsnce of George Etnpson, living
five miles West oBroWnvUle,in Nemaha Coanty ,
Nebraska Territory, One Estray Colt, sapsosed to
be two years old this SpriDjr, described as fallows:
Sorrel With blaze ftce, Maaa and Tail ' light Color,
Pranded with lettir 'd. "on left shoulder, blind ia
right eye. Apnrai4 t Ettj-five dollars.
I K- V. HUGHES, J.P.
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK.
On Monday the Ith day of June, 1635, 1 will of
fer for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand,
in the City of Lrojnville, Kebnuka Territory Oso
Red Steer Stag 5 ;ars old, Swallow fork in each
ear, One dark briLlle Steer t years old upper bit
in the left ear
14th appraised at $7j.
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION,
197 BROADWAY. NEW YORK
"S- Of ' . " '
Ro5ciygo1 Pianos, 3IeIoIecns,
Fixe Oil Paintings, E.ngriyis;.V
Silver Ware, Fine Gold aiiJ Silver Watches, and
Diamond Pins, PiamonJ Rings, Gold Bracelets, C-ra!.
Jb'lorer.tine, .Mosaic, Jet, Lv and Came.? !.:
Oies' Sets, Gold Tens wi!b Gwld r.d Silver
xtt i!-iun nolUitrs, Sieeve Button,
SiU of St;vl. vest and Xeck
t'li'ius, Plain and Cbaed
Gold Uins, Ate, &.C..
so 0,0 00
I'ISTP.l lsrTlONT is made in the following nivjner:
Certificates namins etch article and its VALUE
arepieedii SKALEO K NY ELOPE 3, vrhich are well
mixed. Ono ol tteseEi7a!"pe containing the Cer
tificate or Order tot st-lie Article, will to delivered
at our office, or eer.t ty mail to any address, without
i r-Kird thi-i., on re-:i!!t or 3 Lans.
On receiving ti e (. erciKute tne purcna-er win see
what Article it rfrciri, u iu value, andean then send
Oue Dollar and receive tt.e Article numai, r can
choe any other one Article on our List of the ume
TIPur chasers of our SEALED ENVELOPES, may,
in ibis manner. hts.su an Article Worth from One to
Five Hundred Dolltri,
FOR ONE DOLLAR
which they need not pay until it la known what is
drawn, and its value.
' Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed in al! Cases,
. TEE EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
would call attention to the f jet of iti beinj the Ordi
nal aud Lar;et Gift Association in thft Chantry. The
husineES cotiiinrj to he connected in a f .tir and hon
orable niauter, anl a laiie and greatly i'lcreajun
tra ie is pr.xf that our patrons appreciate this method
of obtainui'z rich and eiezant ?.i
During tiie patyear Hn3 Association has sent a very
larpe number of valmWe prizs to ail parti of the
country. Thi-se who jatruni.-:d aa will receive the full
value of their" money, as no article 0:1 our list is. worth
les than Oce Uoilar, ret.iit, a:id there are .0
Parties dealing with us may depend onhavmjpronirt
returns, and the article drawn will he ini'uediately
tent tj any rtdrexs by return mail or express.
The following parties have recently drawn valuable
-prize frrathe tiurjki As-t c: Uioii. and have kindly
allowed the ue of their names;
Andrew Wilson, Custom House, PhlladeJphla , Penn.
Oil Painting, vaiue, SlliO : J.irae Ilargrave. 820
Broadwav, New Tork, Oil Pain'ln, va'.ne, $!00;E.
1'. Jones, Barret, .Marshall Co.. Kansas, Me'.odeun,
value S-'Od ; PatrirR J. Bvrue. Waterburv, C't., Gold
Watch, value K5,i.O . J. F. tiaw, 224 Eastiilth St.
New York, Piano, value, 350.00; Mrs. Caa. J. Nevis,
Elmira. N. Y..Piaua, value, 3W.00; Aiis Lucy Jane
way, Elmira, U. Y., Cluster Diamond Rias. value,
2W),00 ; Jlr. K. Pennoyer, City Hotel, Nashville,
Tenn.. ilekdeon, value, Hoi O-car M Allen, Co. B.
142d Be?. I iid Yois. Nashville, Tenn., Watch, value,
F5,00, Rowland S. Patterson, Co. D. 10th lo.va Vet,
Volunteers, Oil Painting, value, VM ', Mrs. Abbey J.
Parsons. Springfield Mass., Melodeun, value, 150;
James L. Dexter, City Survoyor, Syracuse, N. Y..
Gold Watch, value, 150.00; Mrs. James Fly, 137 Woos
ter Stree', cor. Bieeker, N. X. ,Oii, Painting, value,
IOO; Mrs J. C. Coles, Grand Rapids. Michigan, Si'ver
Castor, value 4o,00 : Dr J. R. Sinclair, No. 4 Main
Street Utica N. Y., Framed Einjravin;, value, 25,00 ;
Hon. Lu'her Detmold, Washington, D. C, Oil Paint
ing, value, 100 00.
Vere we permitted, we misrht add many names to
the above list, but many pet sons object to our to do
ing, we therefore publish, no names without permis
bion. . , .
Letters from various parties throughout the country
acknowledging the receipt or very valuable giru, ni ay
be seen on flle at our otUce.
LIST OF ARTICLES-
To be Sold for One Dollar Each
Without rcgarcT to nlue, and not to le paid for un
til you know what you will receive.
10 E'egttnt Hotev.'a.Pwaoa, werth
from . - $ 250 00 "to 500.00
10 Meledeonau Rosewood Cases IC5.00 to 22o.00
6 Fine Oil Paintings - 2oC0t.H00.P0
20a Fine S?el Kngrafings, Framed 12.00 to 25 00
100 Music Boxes . - - 12 CO to 45.00
K'O Silver Revolving Patent Castors 15.00 to 4o 00
100 Silver Fruit and Cake Bale's 15 00 to 35.00
5C0 Sets Silver Tea it Table Sj-ouns i5.oo to 3 .oo
100 Cold Hunting Case Watches 75. 00 to loo.oo
150 Diamond Ring - - 60 00 to 2oo.oo
250 Lai'nes' Gold Watches - 60. 00 to 35.oo
450 Silver Watches - 25 00 to 60 00
2,600 Vet and Neck Chains 6.00 to 25.00
2, COO Pairs Ear Rings, (new styles) I.ooto; 600
3.000 Gold Pencils an.l Too'h Picks 3. 00 to 8.00
3.000 Onyx, and Amethyst Brooches 4,00 to IO.00
3,000, Lava and Florentine Brooches 4. 00 to 60
1 OOO Masonic Pins - - 4 00 to 6 60
2,000 Fine Gold Watch Keys - 3 60 to ,oo
5,000 Children's Armlets - 2.5o to 8.00
2 600 Sets of Booiu Studs - 1.6oto 6.00
2.600 Enamlen Sieeve Button - X60 to l.o
10,ooo Plain Gold aiid Chased Rins l.ooto 5,oo
5,ooo Stone Set and Seal Rings 2.5o to lo.oo
6,o.o Loiketr., all sizes - 2 co to 7. 00
lo.ooo sets of Ladies' Jewelry - S.-o to 2o 00
4.000 Watch Charms (each) - 3. 00 to 6.5i
6.000 Gold Pens, Silver f x. Caes 4.00 to 6.00
6,000 Gent's Breast i A Siarf Pins 3 00 to 2o.oo
4.000 Ladle's New Style Belt B-jckes 4. 00 to 6.5
2.000 Cbaiaiaine ant Guard Chains 5 00 to 2o.no
1 ,oi0 Gold Thimble - 6.00 to 7 5o
2,ooo Sets Ladies' Jet and Gold lo.oo to 2j.oo
lo.ooo Gold Croi-ses - - I.5otc ,oo
6,000 Oval Bard Bracelets - - S.00 tu !jho
4.000 Chased Brace. e:s - . S.00 to 16 00
2.000 Ball EarcTcps. alt colors 3. 00 to 6 00
5 000 Fine Gold Per. 2.oo to 3 o
2 coo New Style Jet Ji G!1 EirJ.ro: 3 00 to 7.00
2,ooo Gold Pens with Gold Mounted
3 00 to 5 00
t57"A cliance to obtain any of
Uie above Article for One Hol
lar E:y purcSiasiiigru scaled tnvel-
o;;e iur H7 els.
53Five 5e3le 1 Envelope x; b ?ent f r$lco;
EleTp'i for 2 oo ; Ttiirty fvr S.00 Sixty-Ove for lo.co
One H'uD''redfr $15. no.
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
Our patrons are desired to setd United State
money when it is convenient. Long letters are
unnecp.ss.irv. Letters should be addressed to our
Liox i70, t'ost OiTi.-e .ff r srrxfr safety.
Orders for SEALED ENVELOPES must in ev
ery ca?e Le scocib ;ir.;cd ly the CifH, with the
per?m sndirj .and Town , County and Jittte plain
ly written. Letten ffhouid be addreised 10 the
Managers as folio vs : .
GOODWIN, ITDTJT & CO.,
. Box G70G Post Oiiioe, Ne'.v York.
SALE OF APPIIA1SED srot'K.
(a Saturday tae 1st. d 17 of J i'.y l-W.j, I will
o;Ter for Sale to t'10 hirbet bidder fur Cash in
hnd,Httbe residence of liobort Giiaora liviog
; w jailes wejt of Drowrville in Xemaha County
Nobraka Territcry, oneEstray Steer, eopposei to
,e 4 yeas old, dewribc-d as follows :
Iilo lied c '.t iviih soics white ia the fa?e and
under jaw. Xo niber marks or brauds perceivable.
Arrra.sedat Thirty D.J'ars.
It. V.GUGIIES.J. P.
ESTRAYED OR STOLEN.
Frc.a tb-3 'jb.cribefs on t be morning of the 5th
(l:vi bright b.ty horse years oiu, dark heavy
Tail b ri thick Siane whiea parts in the middle,
broad square built, about fourteen and a half hands
high, in trotting favors one of his hind feet, also
oas dark roan mare about same bight, libt slim
body, long leg', heavy mane, liht tail, supposed to
be 10 years old. When they left the ilare had a
lariat rope trailing which bad two knots in it.
Twenty-five dollars reward will be paid to ony
one taking up said animals or for information which
will lead to thtir,recovery by the subscribers, ad
dress. ' '
P.E. & J. II. BE AUDREY,
Weeping TTater P. 0.
' Xohra-'ka Terrritiry.
OF NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Just received at
DSY GOODS AXD 6K0CERY STORE,
JST. IV. Cor. Jhin and First Streets. .
Latest Style Ladies Dress and Fancy
Dress Goods, Summer Shawls,
Dry Goods, Groceries,
. Hats, Caps,
Nails, Flour, Bacon,
Queensware, Hardware, Furn-
iture, Sash, Door-, Window Glass, Lc.
Which he will sell
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Oil and examine bis stock bf fore pnr chashing else
! NEW SKIRT FOR 1805
Tne Ureas izvenuuu 01 wj
J. V. Hradlsy e New Patent Dl plei Elliptu
(or doable) h'PRt.NO t?siT. ....
Wests' Dradley A Cory, (late J. I. & J.O.
IVe-it. Sola Proprietors anJ Mannfacturer?, 97
Chambers nd 79 and 81 KeaJe Streets, New Vork. t
This Ixvsxtios consists cf I'ilex .or tro;
Elliptic Steel Sprinf, ingenious; lSrniii TL'btlj
and Firuilj' together, tdip to c1-e. makir-j the
tuughest,taon fiiixiU Ela?" ad iural!e Sng
ever used. Th-j s-.l Jotu lien 1 -r 1'roak. like 'he
Single Spring. and oonseq-ieatly r.-e?orvo t'uelr
I'eilectand lieautlful Sdape Twbe as Lung aj an
The Wo.vTtitn."L Flexibility and Great Com
fort and pleasure to any Lady weiring the Duplex
Elliptic Skist wi'.I be experienced particularly in
all Crowded Assemblies, Oper-s, CaTiagcs, Kail
road Car. C-harcb. Tews, for Promenade and House
Dress, as the Skirt can be folded, wbeo ia ue, to
occupy a email place as easily aa a Silk or Uoslin
A Lady having enjoyed thp!essiro, comfort and
great convenience of wearing tbe"DaplfX L;iipi:c
Steel Spring Skiri" for a ..ingle d.y,wi!i iitver
afterwards willingly dispense wita their us-3. For
Children Misst3, aid Yoaug Ladies, they are Su.
perior to all others.
For Sale in all First-.Giasc Stores ia througaout
the United State
Inquire for the Doable Elliptic Skirt.
9 H9-10-3; , , . '
LEEPER & KIDDER'S
Patented February 12, 15G1.
This ''ell Inowu and valnaMe Tmplement for Corn
rai sinK, tbal all ko 1 nd t radical Farmers will Lave;
that has met with stuh remarkable Fa!e ani favo, i
being manufactured by the undersigned at
Rockport Landing Atchison Co 3Io.
and are now prepared to fill ell orders they miy re
ceive tor the comirjr, teas n. We have made pome
valuable Improvements since last season. We have
reduced tbe buik or size cf the machine, and tn fee it
in better proportion, and retain all the valuable points.
WeCIaintkeFoIliwicg Important Points :
1st , The Pl?waian can ride and plow without labor.
2d. Any person who can drive a team can manage it.
3d. Crocked rows of Corn are plowe4 as easily and
thoroughly as straight ones, the plowman silting m as
to observe the corn and ree if the worit is well done.
4th. It has the most perfpt and natural foot mo
tion of any plow mad, aud dues not cramp or tire the
6:h. The Plowa while in motion are moved with
6th. The PI-ws aTe ejnstab'e to any depth any de
sired spare between the plows is readily obtained.
6th. .Adjustible shiUdi to prevent yoans corn from
8th. It is admirablr adapted to plowing 4a small
9th. Every Cnrir-fr i well mile and cood ma
terial, and warranted t.j do soot w.;rk.
. MORGAN & MEAD.
tjOiijeis oddres.-ed to the above Pt
Ncrih Siar ?Io., cr ijruwrivilie Neb. Ter.
23 3m 4-j.
m 11m mi
RAINEY & CO.,
L'are just received and will sell
C II E A I K O Ii CASH
tLe flowing X"o. i articles ia their line.
Consisting rf Ladies' Dr? Groi. D. mes?ies,
Woolen Good., II its and Caps, I'-xds and Shoos, ic.
r 1 i. J
Ciiii-o Pi.n r Vm. Mril Acs Srr5i f"i Vi
-ra Fruit sn.l m iriv t V. ; n ? tAt r".V XI Ik ik. (ii!5n-
plete Grocery outfit.
HARDWARE AMD CUTLERY,
Choice Tucket and Table Cutlery, Xa;ls,Farm ani
Garden Implements, &c.,ie.
Wooden Ware Stone Ware, Sec, &cMic.
A b.tcf New Vitnt
IRON CORN SHSLLERS
W"ni'?h d'es it work cl?an an! at the rate cf
150 bufbe Is a day, and is the duni.li Speller ever
made, being all inrn,th9 wear tear and repairs can
amount t very little.
Hay 1S:L, 1SJ5. 3j 9 3:a
ST. LOUS ADTESiISEIIEXTS.
From William A'frrrtisinj Ayn?y9 97 Chtnut i:t.
Hastings, Wilkerson & Co
No S-3 Iiain Sireet,
3nl23.t Xjo-uJLs, ZVXo.
TFTjolesale Deaden in
FANCY BEY GOODS
IlaYC at all times tho most com
plete' and desir.ible stock of LA
DIE'S DRESS GOODS, WHITE
G00DS,RIBB0NS, DRESS TRIM
MINGS, GLOVES, HOSIERY and
every variety of
QEHTS FUitfilUHlNG GOODS,
to be found ia any house in the
west Prices Gcarr.i:iTeed as low
as any ether house cm aftbnl.
tSOrders c irefully and prompt
ly filled. , .
Hastings, Wilkerson & Co.
NO. So NORTH MAIN ST.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
P i 4
..There are in lU ,
VII OS n- ..II -1
which hatter rs
perhaps suJden ileaiL, tha
cernment cf weak hur.uc;.y
Whether it le that Ponio; o( v j
just. entered cpou. or-that CilrJ
the active duties cf life. ftr ' .Tc? ;
that part jaat about 13 hy
forever, each are expend to tI?
oftentimes unlocked fcr dan',"
a time ha1?, evr-n low. rr.mf'''
nation ani this renr'i ti
cnes' have always to run a c-jn, 5
ills before they arrive at xztrfl''
but now that the country has tee'
fenders, those who had escaped
of childhood are exposed ta utl '
-the terrors of the tatile-Heli 'i
insidious diseases of the W.;. ?
carup. . iven to icr.se
peaceful pursuits cf home da'-'
m the -shape of an explosion
a run-away, or some sudden di"
so, "even in the midst of life,
death." . ' ;-
Now, the mcral cf all ihj '
should be pondered well,) h tV3J t
er the ycunj, matured cr ttej C'
who have friend to lore them srV I;
ior inein waen ceaa, tncuj.j
There are some ncrv tusHvprp..
for a season, wiih its pleasures -sea-side,
cr soioe far c;f fi-J ; ".7
ciiy. without a thought cr c'an-'er.it t
perhaps, there is not ia exis'.ecce a'i'
ok of some bel artifact ia the facilj '
cle to rt-mir.d theia cf i:s tr;;i.ti;Wj
that lace that one r;iom?:U'3 rli'V
lamit-j might hide away from thi.t s
forever ! '
How many are thus procrastiu:;-'
and putting off this sacred duty, for sec.
tnil.nj excuse, that shall cm day
a source of the most poijnaat reTr. j
Scarce a day passes that sorae'oM::
deep affliction does not come to oer-"!
"If I had one cf your photograph c
wife as she was in life, I should pr.2J !
above any earthly treasure," or "if'
only had some kind of a picture cf 5
little oue just gone to heaven, itwx.!
be an inexpressible source cf comfort l S
us," and so on, indefinitely. i
Good Pictures coat &omtihiig.ln
tried in the way that tests thir .true ni
ve, money b-.comes as ashes ia c
The subscriber would
. .1 ' r-.
announce to me citizens c: t;3 p.i
and vicinity, that he has made arn:
meets to remain with-then fcr a iz
season ; so that all will have a cb
to procure cne cf his beau'.i-ul zzi e-r-Iat!n
pictures, which hi is so sLL
Hdvinr practiced the Art during it
past eri jears, and being ia cocris
reception of all iraprovera-iiti. be frtj
confident of giving entire fatisiactn.
to ail who may favor h'nn wkh a triil
His pictures for cleanness a J tr:!!i?.a
of tone are unsurpassed by tho.se of 1;
Artist in tne country.
"A word to Mothers: To those
have infants, he would say that
now have an opportunity cf cb'.?.';
pictures which may be a comfort anJ
lace, should Death remove the little or.
from them, as he pays particular i'..:
tion to making pictures of c h 1 1 ' r e 3 .
Piciures guaranteed as gaol iniloii;
weather a? in fair.
To any person wL-hinz to l3trn 'b
Art. h offers instructions, at ajlo
price as can be obtained ele.vh?r.
CHARLES II. WALKED
Practical Operator to the Araepr.
People. Now to be found at the Gil
lry of W. M. C. Perkins, Rraai.
Nebraska Territorj'. 34 37.
i i r- - -
Just received ty
J. BERRY & CO.,
Having laid in our present stot'ire
duced price? for Cash, we are cnih
to defy competition in the way of seil
the articles in the market
Pur Stock of
I3 the most complete ever cfTere-.
market, and has teen selected w.i iS
eye to economy, durallility a
mands of this
Our Supply cf
Comprises a general assortment of
thins and the best of everything
.Call and examine before pa:cba-'-'-elsewhere,
if you want to get tbe W
fit of the best of goods at low rates-- v
trouble to rhcwi goods.
other day to pass carlessly by ,
curing: (if iihn3 net already Ul'
good 'faithful Idi-ncsses, m scrr."'"""'
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