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' 1 Irt flfffc 7W T? 1 10 rul ,n a Stcr Culrart, which h8
ever, 'hat be expects to fee able to put in
a cood wooden trid yet ibis sv:"nter -
JOHN L. COI.IIAI'P.EDITOR.
Li . V
h;:ovV!I.LK TUESDAY. 0Vr. 2J IS35.
Nver, p'jr.:p-. 'in tV.? whole history
' il;: M' ptiM:o uere p.!iiic3 si in'ich con
futed a nt prspnf, or seminjly a
rr.' '-r cfT rt uinde o creat cor.fu?ion.
Tw rune? art du-ui the utiirntto edu
'(.i' ti.1t p -polar iM to receive their
!. cirir.es. while the crent mass of Union
i;':vn iif ih r!ti.riry occupy a neutral po
. ii' i u, !.te f ahich is the C-nsti-l'jtion
of x'M: United States Thus, not
V'-un fiiVe. 'the Dunncraty claimed Pre
id' i;t J.ihti'nn. b Jy at.d sool. licit a word
, he ti't't 1 1 d 1-ut u hs claimed t y them as
tVif yemiMieiits exactly, until h:s speech
lo a' requiem of nroe, u herein' he
. Told ihefii thit th-y w re free, b?.d n
'twill' to' iivr. labor iii.d ic";ve" a ju.t
cithjm3 'ion fjr :h ir labor in thi coun
try." 'I h' uii more than li e D-tuocra-V
y c )id 1 Itfkr. n:ii has ma-l ifTegiuallj
nl-hfJ ihir hoiii-'d .endorsements ot
..!; Tre..d-jit. Oj the other haud, the
iii.:;.S ;':e i gro ?'uQ.-a2e party lose no
ih.v;?.o,. I iheycKti profit hy to make it
: pr or thivi the Tre-id'-nt U playing into
jiie IjiiJi vi the late rrbtls. Thus'it
vii." n L-irf time itjce ihat the country
uWi MMiAd with "dr-pa'cLe s to the effect
' ih.it ihc I'le.-ii'er.t was pardoning at the
V-iSVcf Hi e i.iMidri-d rt ht-Is a day ; lhe?e
di-pauurs' vv-re' doubiles intended tc
"iiiif rivs the pul hc mind with the idea
ih;ii tlie PreMdent w to- granting pard us
ttiiciiiiiiiiately. and tl ert-fore uas at
I-.i-att der'fuui to p!ea.-e rebels,
t 'Ih'.-j two extreme factions must ttand
Pltle fr the puny which endorse the
' IVesidrot. who is unquestionably seek
ing i eli ir.j-j'.HCti "to uTiolJ the Cotisti
jlu i :i and protaote the gnernl good of
lhy vrl;!e country. , His poiti u - upjn
recuuitrvciien i plainly indicattd in. bis
caujvjiion with Geo. L.Stearn This
jl.a b rt. pI-iifhed uf u r a careful revis.
al J y the President himself, and from
whtfh we ni'ike the. following extracts:
- II. ihtt eon 'ftiei, red with tayingjhe
States are'in xuc Uuion, vaica is whi-de
aiid Hid;v: Llo.
l-iLviiUmls tried to carry thpm'out,
but did not Micoeed, a a mau xiay try
t cut hi throat tind tie prevented ty the
I y.--aMth r ; and y mj c.intut say he cut
hi lhr- ni het-HWre lie H lfd tO do It.
The State institutions are
priFir::ted, laid out vu th ground, and
i'.i y iitu.i l- laUen upitiid. adapttd to
the 1 1 f ef ,f 1 vt ; this cannot be
done 111 a moment. We
i;;ui tv; hr tit tix nitich of a hurry; ilia
letitr t- If 1 them rerou-tmct themselves
ti:;i:t i f rce ihem to n ; tor if they go
v iin :'. the power is 111 our harm's and
v.et iiti 1 1 e U iheiu at any f-tae to the
ct.d, i.r.d ihi;i'e th!n tu correct their
f t:ir. The 1 1-ctive franthe
i? n'i ;t 'tn'urh t i u 1 t but a political
t 1 H'.'i e)t'0..-d fj giving tne Ma'e.s
iin J also to agrent c u
in ihe Centi at Gv.
Vrr'ntii. If J tnterfend wi h the v. t
We are satisfied the JcJ :
his power for good roadi.
DAILY HOXniEXT ASSOCIATION.
We are pleased to announce the fact
that an effort is being made to organize,
in this: city. ,a:i-Association, to erect a
Monument to the memory cf the How.
S. G. Dailt, whose remains have been
interred in Walnut Grove Cemetery. It
is prr-posed to raise the funds necessary
ly SI subscription?, thus bnu it within
the reach, of every hyalman, however
por. to contribute his mite, in token of
respect to the honored dead.
As a representative" man of Nebras
ka, he stood without a peer; combining,
as he did, the energy of the thorough
western jnaa with the polish'of lh
sate.man, overflowing with rei;ial hos:
piiali'y arid genuine syn.j1athy for the
wh-ile human femr. and a mind ami
will born to ovueemf the greatest obsta
cles. he v.as iruly a polished type of the
Pion:ers. he re pteteiited so Ion? nnd so
faithfully. Kushrioed in the hearts of
his cotemporaneous fellovv-cltizeus, he
i-i t tl desfrvesa more lasting memento
M !us memory than the pulse of admir
ing hearts, or the honest words of eulogj
which may be hard on every hand;
something durable, that future genera
tions may claim as a glorious legacy
frotn the past. His enemies, politically,
acknowledges his virtues, his. friends
should perpetuate them.-
Nebka is to him indebted fcr much
of i's present prosperity. Taking, as
he did. upon his entree into our politics,
the tr ie sjand of a far-seeing States
man, ral.yti g around him taat which
has been the loyl party during the late
rebellion, he deserves a' tribute from
every section as the father and founder
of loyalty in Nebraska. No other mac
we believe, could have accomplished the
herculian ask ot revolutionizing party
politics, at that time, so completely and
so opportunely as he did Although his.
meniury belongs to Nebraska, jet no
more appropriate place than this could
have been selected to inaugurate' the
movement which "we 'speak of. , Other
portions of NeDraskii .will' doubtless as
sist - Une collar Irom each voter will
erect a testimonial .of, which the whole
of Nebraska may feel proud. Judging
from those who are taking hold of the
movement here, we predict for it a suc
cess equil to the hopes of the most, sau-
Swan li E'ro.jClO; Atki.ca w Co.,
SIC; James Cjrry.CIO; G. IU Hen
derscn, CIO; Rainey ; Co., CIO ; Wo.
H.'Koovt VC, C20. Tv. h;1:. Co..
SIC, and the "G-:i 'Jji .irri a" Dru:
Stcre G5. ' , ' " '
Perei? an cpj rtuci" Ft. nr s, tc
benefit yourself 'in two ways. These
Libraries, if they are gained, may b8
selected by tho Club. By organizing
you can have sent to you a complete set
of Patent Office and Agricultural Re
ports and'Seed by bur Delegate m Coai
Organ ze !
OCIcIal nomc Vote of Nebraska
tV mu'-:'. y -wcr . ii n-
u ti e r I tj S aies, 10 dictate that the
J rto .-hall vote. I might lo the auie
. ...w- ...... - c
tiiitig Nr ny o ' n p'.rpose m I e insyl
varn i O ir liuiy 3-4"' lies 10 allowing
f nr.li ;S,'i' ie io c lit r. f ri-.h t of v.iting
I y - 11 l.w. ; lr t!ie (ireat
Cj v i r.iiM nt ii.rwlt ;h- rihi to vo e in
tt.eSji:v. it o!ty est bit. 4i sucti rulf.- a
i!i- rr'ri. 1 itif v.'" in a smill number
tif j-ersorj?. ol hii- rrraie a central
u'.mii. .. My position here
"r-'H ;ir -lit fri.iu wh-'.l it'"Wuld be if I
Tw-s to -Ttrinessvc. Ti trel should try
ji r ir ..to:!i .f regto suffritge t'ftialiy
hyj. ui-.o l(ui seiv-d 10 the v riiiT ; those
v.; ... v.ii.l ri!id :f:d write, aud perhaps,
p. 'p' iiv (j'i:t!.firHtiua for others, say
017 rV-1", 1' would not "do
h i i i if fi'iime- have universal suffrage
i.mv ; u iwtll br-trd a war of rates."
11 re is plainly shown the views cf
rfji'h tit Ji'hnsoii. He kno vsit will no
to to" ira n, til his exciti e capacity, to
i'!;er streme. anJ he-Joes not. Di
tt ro'inid 'o make rebels conform to the
Y.w's'jre cf piiairs brought about by the
rebellion, he will yet do nothing to im
ti'Mt t ihrni against the Government un
lik'f t'hirh,ih y must lire. Believing io
qanl tj(T:age, he yet Mi'a us ihe Con'
tiui'iui:fiy the bulwark of liberty. He
is loirg all in hi- power to protect. ih?
i.d'iorai rjghtsvf. tho?e 11 recejiily freetl. !
lie -t tly. yfi fi'.nily,. indif ating io
the jate nbl Sia'eji "what they must di
to-ho sorid." II's tuspensiiiu of the
t!7iri rs" tu't i ily irru d, who could not
t'aVi ibeoa-h-; hi pniuon that the rebel
S'aes inuM rijH'!!;ite ih rebel war di bt,
?rr;d'liis nvniien. u other acts, all goto
s'.'Vw ihafhe is nht onihe "r-jamques-irri."
' This is la inly rtccguized ty the
jui5 of the people, in dtfi mce of the
dH.5 le inf-ai.il u" sought to be placed
-upni' his acts ly 'he extremists ; and
wuilellie o M ni4ins he td.oold and will
T tt ive thr tv on of the loyal party cf
the coumty. '
: . We 1 av-jtiM hatd from the Sopervi
Vfcr wL" prrsideii over the road destiny
j.t il ia Distriit Judge Knn;dy. He
infi'Tiiirt Hf that the n urshy spot i.n ihe
Farmer's Clubs. '
From the Very date of our. taking
charge of the Advertiser, we have recog
nized in the Agricultural interest of this.
County the bai of prosperity of the
whole community ; and. seeing this, have
labored unceasingly, both in private and
public, to unite this inierist. Up to the
present Ume our sucress haj ben but
small, not from a lack "of interest, we
are told, but from lac of lime anmn?
those mainly interested. It is said that
"larjre bodies move slow," if this can be
-npplifd jo the movement we advorate, it
ii.u.-t be trol) stupei dons. The only
Farmer's Club yet organized in this
ctiitj' is that in Fairview Precinc?, and
this has been very irregular in its meet
ings. Ue have stated time and again
the benefit which a g od Club would be
to each Precint ; and the benefits of
combining ihe strength of these Clubs
to get up a yearly County Fair. There
i no interest pertaining to farming but
could be discussed in these Clubs, and a
combined effort made to attain any object
they desire. All that we have said in
this repect, every farmer with whom we
have conversed, admits; yet no one man
or set of meu in any. Precinct :with the
exception of Fairview will ma,ke an
effort to organize. We have talked oi
this sebject (,'11 we are almost tired, but
si nil not cease ci" disptj'r until the object
is accomplished or s cesse to occupy
the posiiion we do.
We have come to the , corclDftbn !that
to keep up a Precint Club, it shoula o vd
a Good Library of Books upon -Agriculture,
for the infnrn. ation and entertain
ment of its-members, which; all could
have access to, ta rpad and post them
selves between meetings. To the end
that we might offer some such : induce
ment to the Farmers, we spent abcut an
hour among our merchants list Tuesday,
and secured the sum of $70 00 , to offer
as a bonus fcr the organizaticn of Club',
which we are to distribute ia the follow-
Juhh n, . .
Platte, ' ' '
rjaii; - "
Koui tt. Goodrich ,G illicit. Scaton
ib9 273' 493 231
MO, 82 . US 75
62i KTI1 421 ' 717
4 43 402' 4:53 402
36 12 41 9
f. fc8 13 . . 83 15
49 2u0 SS 2M
413 &59 4 '() .rt
" 222 .. ? 21 ... - 162 , . j 29
. 4i 65 57
' 28 " - ; . .'23 - :
,47;, S3 , 47 3
10 3S 10 ' J ' 38
. lbi' li : lb -! ilb
, SS 29 ,91 24
CO ' 182 61 82
35 f . 25
67" v- 67
8 S .1 16
28 10 27 11
-100'- 8 "100 ' 6
3 4UI ' 249' 3,312 ' '2,63
South Carolina Convention, that it must
repudiate th? r-' : ",-ar debt, baa caused
f - it excite xrr.ong the recesh io
;.-.8 Convent .1, who had about gjt things
arnnged for its recognition by the ' ata;
ien. KiM -airk his h?pn nr it--.?
r :,. -
liier io LUUi '
-r , ;
S'.ooo, ;oo ni.ooo.oooi
We hive beta informed that so.ne "in
dians have been committing some depre
dations on the Big" Blue lately, such as
entering houses, intimidating the in
mates and carrying off whatever they
might want, etc - It -this be true, there
is a "splendid opening' ror another In
dian Commission, and we would suggest
to Government to select it from the Ter
ritory, as we have plenty of men of good
"Indian treating calabre" already here
for such service.
The above showing must be truly grat
ifying to every Union voter, in the Ter
ritorjHitchcocky official majority last
fall was 792 on the home count, -and
since then the Democracy has left no
stone unturned to make converts to their
political faith, or coax their friends from
other States , to move to Nebraska, yes,
they even invited and fellowshtped with
guerrillas, bushwhackers,, horae-.thieves
and such to gain political sirngthjand
yet the Union n ajorny rolled up at the
last election is 852. , May the Democra
cy prosper thus "muchly." . ;
The consequences of. inviting the dis
franchised : renegades of other States to
Nebraaica Cityas was done by tha Ne
braska City jpvs just after the adoption
of . the New., Constitution of Missouri -
are becoming more apparent every day.
in the theft, larcney and rowdyism of
that city, which js alarmingly on xhe in
crease.' .Men have been knocked down on
tne streets of that city and robbed, men,
toasting of being disfranchised Missouri-
ans, perambulate the streets in bands and
make it unsafe for unarmed, pedestrians.
Hors stealing is again on the rampage.
Three horses were stolen on the night
of the 14th from that, city; one from
Julien Metcalf, which ne has, since re
covered, and two (over which we stall
shed no briny tears) from J. Sterling:
Morion. This is rather a steep contri
bution on Morton for their assistance in
'voting down the blue-coated, brass-buttoned
As this gang, in going back to Mis
souri, may take a notion "occasionally to
make a levy on this county, it w juM t i
well for our farmers to be o;i the 'loik
t: For the Advertiser.
' Pawnee City, Neb.,
Nov. I0:h, 1SGJ.
V Via as . A . .
JjUilor Ji avert iter : Agreeable to
promise I send y.ou a few notes gathered
while sojqurning, temporarily, in this
thriving young town. .The organization
Of- ' . i , ' - - ' ' ' ,
... - ,i -Jpawiiii; corifTY I
occurred f on the ih day. of .November,
185G. . At that time there were but three
settlements in the.County : which .were
located on the North Fork of the Nema
ha, the South Fork of, the same stream
and a small settlement on Turkey Creek
This county is one of the best Avatered
in the Territory. The soil is the usual
light loam, overlying a fine clay subsoil,
that only neje as the subsoil plow to be as
productive as any on earth.
. '. TIMBER ; . '.. '-..'
is found on twenty-eight streams in the
county, furnishiqg . a sufficient supply if
economically used, for all indispensable
purposes. Near these streams are set
tlements, where thrifty farmers are reap
ing as fine harvests as the most grasping
could desire. Upon several of the trib
utaries of the Great Nemaha veins of...
filTUMIKOUS COAI. - '
in workable quantities, have been dis
covered and some of them are now
worked.. The Coal is very soft and re
markably iiree from Suiphur, and for
Blacksmiths ase is cinercelled.
As in Gage County, exists everywhere,
and is easily quarried and excellent in
quality for. building. : . - j
he County Seat. was laid :out, -and the
Gcat Senate I
"Watches, Clocks. Cbiins, Diiiuond Ein?j, JteloJeias,
Sewing Jijciinea. PUnos, &.e.
Proc. nation of the PresidsrJ vf i.'
.Vu ebea It.h,5 pler?ed Ar.vhr j
G-d; 'urin; Ytar uhith ; cou on;- I
irg-1: , an et) to, relieve c ;r ot? ove-..
c untry fi wia".the f:irf :l scovrje t. civil
ir, j nd lo p-'rmi. us'iJ secc. thti tie
sjngs of petce; unity and harmony, ....i
a great enlargement of civil liberty, and
Whereas, Our Heavenly Father had,
also, during the year, graciously arrested
frorarBathf; calamitiss, of foreign war,
pestilencp and famine, while our gran
aries are full of the fruits of an aburJant
Vuereas, Righteousness exalts a na
tion whil8 sin is a reproach to any peo
pie. " ' ' " " "
Now, Therefore, I, Andrew Juhn"X,
President of the United States, do here-
uy icvutuiatiiu i iuc pcupc .mcicui ui.u i riu,, uuu 5 40 U-1250 each.
they do set apart and observe the first I ioP!:ws. t iii- tet jttnufctnre. 3-it we;a
t-u j e r . i j V. t Sii us Mai l itf vi te beii ., b o 16o ecl
Thursday of Dtcember as a day of N.i-1 1& Uei la, llunlllJl4 0 w.ach 6 lcch
tional Thanksgiving to the Creator of ,25o l.u, Ovid uu smei Hnuum-
6o Genu' Uauting tj SiUer Wttcikea 35 eu 7u eacb
2oo Uiafiiuiit Riu - i 6o to loo eacU
booo Gi(l Veot u'l Neck Ch.in9 - 4 to 3 each
Suuo . Oval iuca iir.eleu - 6 to lo eaca
ooo Set uu Guia Brateiets - - C to tw eco
2oooCt tela too cdains aos Gnarl cbii&s 6 U.
6uvo Corl, upal ana Eoein . b.cu bes
6uuo Mosaic, Jet. Lava c'i..i u .'i ! K .
minor, aiij; Si
. . .
W U known tooata. tj,a d'
. e. th IV,bi C.,ort of thl r J"U.
$1,000,OCO lYorfli of TTatcbes,
Diamond rixis,CIialas, it In 53, ar.
Alt tu ie oid lor
ONE DOLLAR EACH!
Wit'ivCt reerd tornue! h'ut to lie pai-4 for natil
uu kuor wtiat you are to receive 1
104 CUs (Fr4uri' S and 21 day clock.
Iame, guardian r.f Ao-irew J.Dri-, , ' k
c;4 hil peti-i"n dilj vf-,lf 5ki'f;Us
oi prinn oi ire rca; :
te purpoae there ia set f.rta. Ii t--, W"M-''
court from ?.it petitJoa thil it iiVV- lto'--woa!J
be boQef:-i,i f the Ti Pn,.
eiUte.or gmepart of it.?hon!i be.n u
an.i ill Per..c3 inierwi i3 hi, e,,i n'4
fore the conrt n the U d or VA. X V
court, io Crownvilie, to hw cause if ' J :
iit, wbj it lij. nc e b.,a!d Eol b '.l"7.!u;s
i'jtU of u:h real estate. 6 J ,ut.
10-9 Zt. $101)
i N-.tice ij hereby gr-n th-t pur-aar.t tn .
, of tbe ritrict Court t f .NVmb i Ccont, V3
Dripi . - -s - .
6oo California Diauiond a.- O.opa
3 jo Co i -4 Fat) aal Vet wkD neya
ftov a;t Soliialre S.ee vis Uai uu
the U.ui verse for these delivertnces and
Hessings and d i furtner recommend that
en the occasion the whole people make
e.onftssion of our. National sins against
His it finite goodness, and with one heart
and one mind implore the- Divine guid
ance in the ways of National virtus and
holiness. v.j '
In testimonv whereof 1 1 have hereunto
, j j j., m .t ' 3ooo Goid Toiuiolea, eenciln, 4l9.
set my hand and caused the seal of the loow Miaeatar tocke.a - - -
United States to be affixed. Done at
the City of Washington, this 28ih day
of October, ',in the year of our Lord
16Go and' of the Iruiependence of ihe
United "States the OO'.h-
(Signed) ANDREW JOHNSON.
By the Prestdent., :
Wm. H. Seward Secretary of State.
Tproitorr. Ia chain arv. at it -r ' "''ii
lSQj.ia tbe ca, r,f Jnj F Lu-ho' J
pUjnant, T,mH R'.-hurl V. Hu'b-a .
U,r of the E-te or T.r m, J -f dy. 7'
na J- fft r.J mf J T-r .Nn iL V
frr- William -ff-rs Unae J.J r, U 'T
Nn.-y A J.-rT.-r, M., Uel K.JE'l- n'
J-ff-r i 1 Ji hn L. Car-n ,1. f 04D'j u'.T'
On the ISth d.V of Drct-mP
- . .vr mit.ai PH j;
VVe learn thit there was a meeting
held at the School Ho-ise on Cao.p Creek.
io Oi.de County, last Tue.diy, for the
purpose of organizing a plan for the
erection of a Farmer's Fiouriug Mill.
VVe will likely give ths proceedings next
week. " ' , ' ,
By the way. cannot some of our Farm
ers enlighten us as to what is being done
with a similar plan originated in tne
Fairview Club ? We would like much
to see the plan succeed, which it will if
those most interested only have energy
and coLfiJence. ' ' "
mg rranner :
nod ner-r Srtj-p
"s iinj.-t be Indeed, that
CciwivsMimri will do nothing
i'w'wuiJs il," cud that the District is not
Tu the" First Precinct Farmer's Club,
which i already, tsr thall be organized
within the next two months from this
date, which thall ke?p up such orjraniza
lion, mnting regularly once a ircefr, and
sending a true copy of the p-eceedings
of each meeting to the Advertiser for
publication which shall be evidence of
such meeting we will, at the end of
the three months, given Library of Books
on Agriculture w rth 533.
To the Second Precinct Farmer's Club
organized within two months from this
date, and conforming to the stipulations
in the abore, a Librnry worth 520
To the Third Precinct Farmer'? Club,
organized within the?Hme date, and ron
fprming to the stipulations in the first,
a Library wcrth 15- "' "
This jua will be donated as follows :
The San Antonio Express represents
an unparalled drought in Texas. Stock
ia reported dying' throughout the State.
Sandwich Ulund advices say the pirate
Shenandoah has burned or bunded 33 of
the 95 whalers in the Arctic fleet, the
remainder are yet to be heaid fiom.
News, from Brownsville, Texas, is
decidedly favorable to the Liberals, who
just captured Monterey. . 'Ihe Liberals
were beseiging Matamoras, with good
pro.-pects of tuccess ; although the Im
perialists will make a stubborn resistance
and reinforcements are on the road. Tbe
affairs of the Imperialists are said to be
in a precarious condition. An Agent of
MaxmwIJioii is said to.be on his way to
France to demand' 40,000 additional
troops and $1(K?, 000,000 to sustain Max
imiilion, in the event its cot being
tent, it is said Maximillioa will hare to
abdicate. The Imperial troops 5re being
witnarawn I rum tne outposts ana ccucen
trated at Vera Cruz, Guy of Mexico
A Proclamation by the Governor oj
Whereas, we are dependent upon Gd
for indvidual and national prosperity,
and every good and every perfect gift, is
from above and -cometh down from the
Father of lights, with whom is no vari
ableness neither shadow of turning,"
Whereas, During the pa?t year our
kind Heavenly Father La;; been pleased
lo remove from us the scourge of war,
and has caused peace to asrain smile- on
our beloved country ; has withheld from
us the ravages of pestilence ; has cao?ed
the earth to bring forth abundaMy the
rich fruits and "harvests, and permitted
commerce and agriculture to resume tht ir
accustomed channels, causing peace and
prosperity to reign once more within our
borders, and . . ; .
Whereas, It is becoming in the re
cipients of these-: intestimable blessings
to express a. nations gratitude and a re
liance upon the Almighty for future pros
perity, for ;BIessed is the Nation whose
God is the Lord."-.
Now therefore,-!, A laiw Saunders,
Govefnor ot the Territory of Nebraska,
do hereby arpvint the first Thursday in
first sale of lots occurred, in the bpring December as a day of public Thanksgiv
of-1857; -The Countv'is the Proprietor. ne, (being the same day appointed by
tu rc w.i-nr. T n the President of tHe. United States as a
,f ,T. . , r .,' j.ji . day of National Thanksgiving.) And I
soon after; : Up-fo about I860, Pawnee Territory to observe the aforesaid dav as
aid uot mate very,rapio strides in popu- a aay cr puonc nankseiving, Dy re
lation. But in 1862 Rev. Mr. Burch. of fiaimng from , their secular pursuits on
the Methodist ' Episcopal Church,'- and lhat d,aT' mbling at their respec-
. : . live places of worship io oner thank-giv-
Prof McKenz.e conceived the idea of inland praise' to our Henvenlv Father
establisning a Seminary at this point, for His lovin? kindness to tho children
and at once set to work., With Prof, of men. .That sirnultaneoutly trMri 'II
McKenzie to conceive was to execute Pis of our beloved country, prayer an l
I rt m . r . ml '. t ri . t r I K . . K..m , .... r.f
e devoted his time and energy to the ' , e , . ? . p A
task ; obstacles lhat would appall most volume from a grateful and once m ire
men were met and overcome. A, small united people to Him who holds thede-
. , , . , I . ; r I :: J.. l l i
room, jy.x-:. was secured and nere the oi luuinuuais as wen as uauuusas
m the hall jw of His hand
r a w r . In testimonv whereof I have hereunto
first saw. light. The work must not end scl roy hand, aud caused to be affixed the
hre. however; A scnool that should do great seal of the territory. Une at
honor ta the coun'v was to be the fruit "T ot -ana, tnis 4tn day or no
4 m (i en!i
t,bo tw O null
i iO 6 cucO
4 to o c K'b
" 1 1o 2 it!u
A lo i eacn
4 to it eaca
2 6t io lo eaca
'l tv lo eaca
vtinber, A- D 1865.
Governor of Nebraska,
By the Governor,, ;
A. S. Padoock. Secretary.
of thi3 labor, and. tinally, this fall, a fine
school edifice, 26x38 feet and two-stories
high was erected. Here the School is
now located ; and from the 5 scholars
in the small room has grown to an aver
age attendance of 80 pupil.
PROFFESSOR M'KE.f ZI x
is a graduate of .Union College, N. Y.,
and is aD exrerieiiCfd and . successful
instructor. . ills popularity is unbounded mw. ... .
- - i wi inin me encnins- wwk. wdo w u uave mt ,ar-re.i
herei and I predict for him the success in number of pictures made at Walesa's Paotograph -,
. , . , , , , . ic Kot-ms, (Post Office Building.)
hi, cMurnrico n hifh hie roiiao nt.n nta x
exertion has so nobly merited. Asa j' H.MliAi JNUllLJ.
Taken np by the tindersiirned living 212 m !e
South West from Nemaha Ctr in Npmba Coun
,v. LftKro.lra " . ih. 9Tot J f '..t.mk.i ! W
rt t . . 1 . I V! " ""J t" "vti, m .
rawnee iiiy uas jew uuencrs in tne in- One red and white epeckled. Steer, with swallow
t'o; f TJKracba At r.co ,uOPO fork in each ear , branded on left hip with '-J,"
v bush of tail off, three years old la-t .s.,rins, AIoo
are - three Dry Good Store?, one Drug one black Ox branded with "A, C,"on each horn,
, , . , 0, . uoai uve years iu. - .
Store and a few Mechanic's Shops. A Nor. 21.1865. ISAAC J. JARVI3.
ooo , - Magic Spriaj
Jooo Gold TooHpiiks, Crone, &.c
6uoo eiain Gola Kings - -booo
Obasbd " -
looo stone Set and Signet Rins
lovuo Calilwraia Uiauioud ItiD
Som Laaies' Jewelry jet ane Gid ia 15 ea.li
fcuoe ' . Cameo, Perl,
Opal aud other biouus 4 to 15 each
Iooo' Gold Peus, Laiver Juxteusiou Hold-
na ana etuuls t to lo each
to) Gold, ki'ti Oo.a Mounted Koln'g f loioeacn
6ooo " " Jtt-eiisioU 15 .5 eacli
ttvv Ladies' Gilt auU'Jei Eucke.s At, 15 eaca
Oooo " " Urtir iias-.- . BjI.s 6 ta loeacS
6ooo Silver Goblets aaj iriuui Cuoj 6 io Go eacn
Sjoo " Caara 15 to 5j eaca
iooo ' " Jfc riui card aud cake Bakeis So io6u ea.n
froo Uvseu S.isei kea Spooaa, lo lo 2oF.d.
luuou " - Taole opoou anl Porks !io to 4e
iu ucnie4ueao ol iuo graat d.ijuaUou o irde
Hi Ibo .lutiiat iai IU tl;riCL of Jp rUco and
iui, a lare qiiauni ot Viiuaoie Jeweir, on0i
latviiUoti ir luo iIurOouu market., du Dtscu
ul oJ lur sie iu lit i a couairy , aud must 04 soioi
any sacrias! Under iue circuoisticct;,
riAiiiLiU.N k CO., acou ad AgLnulor the pria
ciul Luropo.ii iiauu.4c.ui'ui's,Laf e reso.Tca ujou a
" - Ghat Gilt Uistrioutiua
iSuojoci i iaj ouoWia reuii.o.i :
. Certiiicaie ol tu vr-ous articles a.e U'3t put
into tuTelye, t..d up, and luiaea ; tuti wuen
ordeied,re Utu ol.Ii wiibontrtgaad io cu..ce,aiia
tent by mau, ihue biv iu A a tu chauce. On re
ceipt vl tne cernuca.e, j ou will ee wuauyouaro tu
have, anu then it is at jour option to send me dol
lar aud take the article or not. Purchasers ma
thus vbUiu a fuao, Alelodoon, Sowing McHiae,
Uoid wuiu, itiawoud Sing, oranjr set ot Jewblr
on our Osnoi U.Nt. LOLLiAri.
SenaO Cents Tor Certificate.
In all traiis.cUuE bj mail, we shall cuars for
forwardiuij Uie oeriiataifcs.pajring pue, aud du
iLg the Ononesa 23 oenisttiach, wbica must be en
eluoed when tne certificate u sent fur. fire cer
tificates will be sent $1, eleven for 2 thirtj tor $5,'
siitjf-fivo lor $1(5, and 1UU lor 15.
AGATS.9 want agents in everj town and
count ij m the Country, aud those acting as such
will be alowed 10 cenU on ererj certioata order
ed It tCtin, provided their remittarce amounts to
HJv liall.in -b- ( itJfr Ht;ny;v I
hi iVt-a v. for.-,aid. 'the bfr,
rrra f fid court f.r :d I'nHnti v , ls
f. il.win i.rvuii'e. to-it : Th ,-r'a i t" '
ter . .S.t tijT laelre 12 in T-wn-h p .-1 't
of Ran,rt' Ct'teen 15 Esat in said .Vjnaiut
15rownTille,Noverr.her. 15th Isij
" WILLIAM G. GLA.t
10-9 4t SheriJand pwwl Master ia CLi-'.!,.',
MASTERS SAIX ;
Notice is herebj giren tht ruruant toisr.i
6faleuiida bj rh- li.itrici t'-ari S4 5
County, Nctr:nk.v 'Perritery ia Chsprr u !
Fall Term A. 1). in tta ease f
Chambers aict John it. W'vllt, Ta.n. rj!
and UrialC. Johnson. I wil le4'
On the ISth d iy r.f Decpniber.A DlsV
at one o'clock p. mt the fr-nl dnr rf - ','
Hill, in the Citj of UrownviKc, ia N-mihs C.?!
afore?aid, the phee where the l,t tn. B J
Court w-g held. 1 Set for raJeat putiio m tjj u
th bicst bidder f. r ea.-b, the Vt et h!,'4.
South" Esl quarter f Section 2s in Towtuiiu,
North f FUoge 13 E tst io rail Nemaha Cwb't
Brownfille, fuTm'oer. U'hlSiH.
CUaULES O. DORSET,
3. Mater in Qate-Jr
Notice is hereby f iren that, I will (,fr f,.r u,
at public auotiou at tbe Irr-nt d(- r f 1-d lull :i
the Citj f Brownvilie. Nem.iba (''.untj. 5. vk ,
Territory that b:r the bniWinj; ia abu t ibt '
last term of the ri,trict Court for said IW.tj j
Nemaha ws held
on the 14ih day of Dec. IS60 tt ci9
o'clcx-b p. m the followicg nal e?rUr i;l..d i
said Conn'y of Nem-itii. t -wit: the x.a:h Wt
quarte1" of the north weat quoxter 0 ettin lit
Township 6 ntrth of Uaoge 12 ast, tMca ss ti
property of SamacLTrowdeo, upon attach aeului
execution in faror of Samuel Soath ii-jJ ovt f
tbe District C'-ort of sai 1 Cosnty of Neauis i;4
to tn directed as sheriT of said t'oantr.
Dated- Au-o-t 2t5th TSJ5.
W. G. GLASGOW.
-Ja MASTERS SALE
Notice is hereby givtn that I will r.ff-r al mV.',t
auction at the frrrt door of R. B. Fr,iMoni D4
p'njf in Tecnm.eh John n Ct.untr NebraVa Te.
ri rv f thatbfiDT the r !ace of holdiaztha lt trs
Agenis will collect 23 ceuuS for eFry oert.- ' nr he Di-tnrt Court f.riid Coanty.
cate, and remit 15 cents to usy eitner in on ci Oti tha 2d da? of Deceml T, A D 1SC5
po nags stamps. Agents remitted at ono?, $30,
will Do entitled toaoeauutui aiirar Waicu, and
also 20U ceruiicates. r , . f", .. ...
Pleaett write your Name. Town, County and Jjjue
plaiiiiy, and address a.l orders to
IIA.HIll O.Y &, Co.,
Agents lor tetoi, A Aua, ica iiauufaetnrers.
aiwroom,' . O. liox b6l 3 , Sew Turk.
35 Liberty Street. 10-10 3ji.
a 1 i at j
lVaicr in S.-oves, Tir4w;:re. Hardware, Fa.in Vs
To.. Ac, Uiis just brought to this uvuk- t, ai.d of
fer lor al3 a lure and well seleoter dtock cf
O IT jH
now In use. Aim a large lot of Fa. tvt' Too'?, di
rect from tta Manufacture, ?Ui-h as
if i.c f.V k vi P. 31 nf ?id tltj the foil' iEFl
Ftt.' r, wit : the L'ait half t.; t'.ie Norta 5
ou.ir t r ..f Section Ihiny 30. and the t.f .f
the oor.ii .!;; r -tion tru'y-alLt 11,
Towoeuip four u.,r;l. 1 rnDe tittea II,?..
Containing one handrt4 xrA ijtr 1M aeres. i'w
the sooth emt quarter f ection nitc U
in township fiur 4 north f rnnje eleven trt,'n
eepf ten nereis b-n g tbe f tth weyt qnarvr i.f ta
aoufh wect quarter i f fil on:h eat j arrreoa
tHininjr one bond-ed ;)it PTfy l.'iOre. ;'o'-l
in tbe Conn'y f John" !, nrrf Tnn'orr i f Srhn
ka, on ii i.rder of rate i-:-.. d by h Kcr''fr i
Chan ery f aaid C.'Uf in faor nfJula L. Cap
and against Jhis S Ii;'y a.lmii;irt. r f.f '.'
Estate of A'orj R. ILiur .ie
as Srecial M? rr In Cr ry.
Gin und er h"r..J t.. - 1 d-? ? 0-'Cr,
4.D.5MS V,-. A. I KK.CN. .-Mr ?
10-7-4? er. Sjtu. M:iUr.
" ES'fl7 V I TfN Y.
Taken up by th ur r ;'.. 1 living or? ai 4
quarter mile S'uh rf l'r. vrnvilie, Nbr'ia, oa
the 20-hday of Oct., b Oua DUk
Pony, about four yarj ' ',!.
Pr-wnTii: ...Vv,-, i t la.V
fine store room, in which will I soon be
established the fourth store, is in process
ALL KINDS o LXiK.V HANU1.E
H A ED T7A EE
r ; .. 4 Ccnsistic? of
' . , SCREWS
; - ' BOLTS
' . llLNGES&c.
. , Shades
Anh.- y P. C f.f-ti J"rf re Ci?r G. T."T
v M yr !bf Cltfaf 8r.;3-
SfiCijtt P?-i erf::r. .-. K.b- UT-r'i'-
ii .lav if (' :. A. D. 1 563. ! r
is --;.'! ;i order f :. 1- i' 11 n-9 '- 1 'jr
t j-"! m of Si'y- 'Ive "!p11 ir.
-ifv 1 i:e, i-a , 1 14
Elias Rowles will take notice ttiat Arnah B
m r 1 .a a.i .
nf .prppiinn. IJver tnis store the Udd oowies asa on tno into ay ot .ivmnnr A. l
, .... c tT .. , io5 n.e sjoiii ormpunnt in tnitsricH r.'jrt of
feiiowssre ouiiuiujj a une nan. wuicu emvba County Ncrr.ka TerrKory in Ch mcrf
they hope to open by .New Years. This pj?"
r r - 1 0f which 15 i 1 1 js 1.0 i-.. .i 1 for .l t, omolaiat a de
cree of diTorce fr tn the id tlias Sowles.
And tbe cs& id l-Jus ow,'e is in t;ficd that be is
required to appenr and answer sad Biii on or be
Town is new and has many
prominent among which is a good Hotel.
At present there is no Hotel of any kind,
yet the town is full of Student boarders
fore the 8th da? ot January,' A. D ISfty
. . J - DOKSLY & RICH,
10 4t Solicitor for ComuUinant. .
Notice Is hereby Kiren that I wi IT offer at rub-
lie auction at the front doorofR.'B. Presscn's
and has a considerable travel. An en
terprisinff Landlord.'vrho would keep a dwelling in Tecumseh, Johnson County; Nebraska
r r Territory, (that beir. the place of holding khe last
coou ncuse, wouxa SOOB make a iortune term of tno Uistrtct Court for said Counts
San Louis Potose. , The Empress is pre-j here. .-A Hardware tnd Tin Store is n tbe 2(3 aT fif;Decembe, A. D- 1S65
pann.io return to Europe. IheLibe-. , . j j . n a " n0 "ck r.i.,oi saidday tneiouowmg iu,ai
rals are much elated over iheir late sue -,so raucu ueeucu as F k f"" 1!?'
of .'tnis description are brought from tne ten 10a,tath-.ilth Pnir Mendiaa.situl-
ces. They hope much frcm this Gov
ernment, which from recent movements
in Texas of ou forces, they have a per
fect right to. 1 ''
The pirate Shenandoah arrived irOhe
Mersey on the 6tb and surrendered to
the guard ip Donegal ; Waddell, her
commander, says he knew nothing of the
ciow of the war until he met the British
war vessel Barracoota on the 30a. of Au
gust, and that he immediately cuusigued
his guns to the hold and steered for Liver
pool . : v
The Florida Contention annulled the
ordinance'of secession, abolished slavery.
madj negro testimony legal iu cases
where colored persons are concerned, re
pudiated the rebel debt, and adjourned.
The excitement, in Canada: over the
Fenian r, ovement is on the increase.
, Gen. Logan will doubtless be app mint
ed Minister to Mexico. This appoint
ment is considered favorable to the Lib
erals. ' ' .-
Th dispatch of the President to the
ii e a l I . . l : 1. 1 r vi t. . T -.
I as the property of Zeif rSt-marrin on an order of
WOUld aiSQ iQ0 Weil. AH especial want sale in favor ot tlenjamin Lushbaugh isriuadby
. - D,a oa , u opo the U lstnct Court of Johnson County, Nebraska
at; present IS , a BriCk-Waker, as tnere Terri torT)ftni to me directed as Special Master in
1'iilt tiPTt siimmpr I Chancery. ; . - , .
w,a GiTen-n?(lerEiy w ttu 33ib dayof 0;.tober)
ana one or two Dusmes iiuuses, aim u a.h,ibo. ,
, . , ... - . I Li "W. A. PRESSOR, Sheriff
ClSsire IO DUlia OI onu. , 7. and Special Master in Chancery.
. - Pawnee is the centra of a fine agncul-
It is also true that
bos' the largest and best St'k j(
y"esaaaaawafc afwaastk Ifk WtS J?'"'
MliJ I I : '
Sheet-Iron, Copper and
Iron: of all Kinds, Hails,
y z Cut and Raught.
on band ever offered in
' Clieap nsthe Cheap o;t.
My tin Shop is always ia good raun.ng orasr
where work of all kinds rroin a pint cup t a sm e
stack can be doa la good workmanlike m.tnner.
Repairing can be done at any tima and in
-- ' ' trxnted at all times " '
Hags. Copper and Brass will be taken Ia exchange
SIiop In TT. T. Den's Old Stand,
52-y!y One Door East of Hill's Store.
Not. 18 Iy 10 lo , ID.
. m I
Wher a choice selection of tfii l '1'.
lowing article i an alway he fuui i.
Fine Dress 0(d,.C"n-Htisg of go.d Lat.f'"
and eUaap, - Baloioralls Skarta . Sabias,
Shawls, Fiusiery, Fine and Coarw Shoes U
Dress Goods UH numeroaa ta mention.
AJso Gents Fine Cats , any . and erery qa':t7
Boon and Sbo. Collars, Fine Shirts,
Shirts, Ac., .,
Cannot do better than to trsde
G. M. HENDERSON-.
Oct 25th ISSo 9 5-ly ra.a.
Notice Is hereby alven that I will offr atpnblic
anrtion t the f-nr k.r of R B P e -t iu'i direliini
inTern7nfh J bo . n Couty Tebra-Ja Ten itory, (that
MASTP.RS SAI P.
tnral country, ana win always comiaana N0t;ca i3 hereby given that I wii; offer at public
c,. auction at tne jrni ur ot n. a. rresson s awei
a n.ie iraae. l. 1 . t i . r vi u . t
But I find that while I have not written ritory, (that-being the place cf hoijingthe last
Ian mai a ucsucu, att.t, On the 2d dayof December, A. U lfc5o teaheptare r b ,-iu.K ct u-t w!ns.u d.
; I -r . r . . . . . . I In tr.M lf 1 T:0 .Ml n. htlr .4 II I
- . - i , i xteai HjALace to-wcuaiouia week ouiuutr- " -- . .
1 d3ire. It Some lU'Jre time, tO speak! ti0Q foor-4) in Townshi o fenr (4) north .f Range at or.e r.'el k f . X ef aid day following Re.,1 Ri
c .1.. a D0c-,o. nf fM. eleven (111 east of tbe sixth Principal Meiidian , ' '',' tu---er-..r ecti .n ihirty twa
Agritunui-s - .itati Jnhn9n CnnntT Nebraka Terntorr. i ' ,n. "n"',' i ,6) norrhof Raugo ter. (.0) eaitor
. i - j - , r v : k m . . i . i u ... ii
. . ESTRAY NOTICE.
T.iVeranpby the and rsi -ned Hrics afcoo j
mi-es West ot UrowcTille, afcotrt the iOJ w ,
October, IS J3 One ted and white ewfT".p.'V,
th rightear, nnierbit in left ear. some wb'ts
the fhce. 5 years old last spring.
-One heifer party white ciingied with rw, r-.
earsand red not;,2 year nMlastpriaj.
J Jtlill Tr-03t'.
Taken as the Drrrperty of Lawrence Knebler on an r. . v-,., ..Vr... ...... . .. ir .j ..i- ..nt
order of rale in favorof Benjamin F.Lacbbairh jame a. DaiiT Mimh.i-traior -,i tbe K u. ct
i!-.ued by the District Conrt of Johnson County in i -bo Br..wn deceaselln ravurof Wi.liam 31. Jfartball
below Chancery and to iue d irected as epecial Master in j iud j te UUirict Curt of Jubnaon Cuiuty Xe-
urit i.vrrir.ol79 aiicibv Bio uu cfcet mm
ter in Cuancery.
Giren lmder my band this 30th day of October, A.
D. 1SS2. ,
W. A. Pa3SS0V Sariir
Mt arJ Sjiat Matr ii; Ciancery.
- We learn that a farmer iust
KulO was, last 2aturaaj nint, ra&Oaa OI Uirer. nudrxny hand Uiis SOia . day of October,
a mule, saddle and bridle, $10 in money, . ' . w,n Q, .r
B&d a pair of mittens.' r-d in4Spe??a! 3!ater in Cbncery.
Eecentty, at or pear Beunetf- Jtuia, oo 'J1,., (
Neinana, One toiee yr oU Sieer. daii reo. ,
b c a bite sr'ta. traitbi brn brBcX'7-,wrfe )
a larae W or M bramtea oo left hi?- nlw,:Lrn 1
year old Steer, .iara re1 all ver . v- D,!M''
turned back anJ c'fe4, tra:;de-l w;tb " j
tioa of tlere abeeabouu left at !tntflo L. j
Senas' Jewe:ri Stire. saiiabiy rtwaneJ.
Osage Orange Seed
Persons" within,; a supply of 0-a?e
can fct fre.h d, brouaht fr. a i J, r J f-irimjj-diatelj
toWesiey Danias, r. u- H,r
Eroaar.Ile. lraka. Or, S-S th;V
f ilje. N-braika. ELE p
i2 3n jjtkOiTC'? )"''
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