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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1866)
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j GEO. W. HILL : CO,,
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KATES -UF ADV LiiiJbliNG
Oae jqusre(ten licet c r !estoc ititrUcrSlI
Lch aJJit'u nil rti-D 1 CI
r.aiaejg carJi.iii huts cr Ic s c::a jt ar 10 C'l
Oae colo cr e jsar - ID fj
Oaeialf cccn:n cnejcer - Ld LI
One fourthl cclcr-.n'-no ycir - 23 C
One e igbth cclairr. cro jcar '- 21 C
One colccn six EKEtb3 - 53
One half colDra sii mcntbs - 3 tJ
Ona fourth colnirn fix mcnthi 21 (
One aigbth cotorrn eix Eciitbs - 15 C J'
One column three month - - 35 f?
One halfcolaca 4bree Eccntbi - 21(1
On e fourth colcnjtthrce nictth - 15 f3
One eighth column tlrte Eontbi - 10 f?
Announcirg cacdiJatef fort lT.ce -- 6 CI
Alltr&njicatadTertiiementf castbepaU in i-
Yearly adrertssementr quartern in advaLce.
AllVindsof Jofc.Eociar.dCardr-Dtirsr.dcre Ji
Snbscrii'tn, musi inTanaoij, us paia mAarance
nbscrii'tion, must intariab!j,Lc paid inAdi
h.j rjrk. ai Plain and Ttnr.y Job Work,
JintSe b,t ryle. and on short notic.
LIBERTY AND UNION, ONE AND INSEPARABLE NOW AND FOREVER.'
'the bsststIe on short notice a edit user a tie Ui
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, MARCH, 1,1866
v ! r
V V U V- v
OrTHcnry J. Churchman,
(hjiia(c of flic Medical Dcpart-
? f rjoi me i niversiiy 01
i college," xnrxp.plca-
.J .... 1 I.- Pr.rpicro1 Rrtrwo f
I -.-oTu theciticens cf
or iminr - ;
--j-3lb?.iiiiIIe and vicinity.
OFFICE AT TIIE BROWNVILLE nOUSE.
BROUXVILLE, Xi5lJ KASKA.
BUGGIES, PLOWS, CULTI-
VlTOi'.-. c- K?pHiieln fchort uolice, at iow rated,
Hid an!i:el to g'e saii-sfaiiion. x-13-m nn
:"Si KvAl:T,MI). A.S. HOLLADAY.MD.
FHYSiCIANS AND SURGEONS.
?.)Uth Ea?t corner of Main and First Street
I .IRON XVlI.Li:, IVEI5R.4SKA.
?priCE Horns 7 to 9 a. si. and 1 to 2 and 6J to
Prownvil'e, Nebraska, Maj 5th, IWS No 34, 1 j.
3DWARD W. THOMAS,
I ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J Oflrp cirripr r.f Main alii FtfFl Streets.
j mtOUNVILLE, NEIiKASKA.
AHBRIO AN SOUSE
Lv. rokisox, rnoiitJETOK,
'rout S. reel, between Main and Water,
; unow xville, neukaska.
Yillinery & Fancy Goods
Main Street cce door West of the Post Office
1 IUV01VA VILF.E:, IVEIJR.4SKA.
A oTiir Ftfck f Fall ann Wiater Uovds
id repeived. Everything in the Millinery line
; fptconFtanily on band. I)res-Mking, bonnet
-ieacbinranl Triuimins done to order.
j .October, I
j (i. Jia IIE.DERSO.,
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
BOOTS & SHOES
'Iain Street between First and Second,
X2ro-craa.-cillo, TCTolo. 37-y
Tf2 Z72 i? 3 WuZ
I OFFICE WITH L. riOADLEY,
! Corner Main and First Streets,
! imoVS AVILLE, IVEIIUASKA.
I MARSH & CO.,
j stccEssons to marsh & zook,
Central News Agents acd Stationers,
losl Office Culltllnsr,
He have on hai.d and are constantly reviving
rpsh Fupj.lip? of I!ooks, reriodicali", Stationary,
3 hotogrnj h Albums, School Hooks; also Confec
i"nary, (Jiars, Tobacco, end a choice selection of
!iicj tiroiirics generally, to which they invite the
fc:tei)ti(n of the citizens of Nemaha county, and
'r.cy kopehv strict attention to business, 8nd fair
aii; g.io irrrita share of the rublic patronage.
A.U.MAIWI. tI5-ly J. W. BLISS.
j having ojned np permanently on
. ' 3.Toiix Street,
i'nedoraVoTe the' Ualtimore Clothing Store, is
, vared to do all kinds cf work in his line in the
rj best ana style. Particular attentioue given to
-"tracis. T.n m p'd
J'. A. IIEWES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Solicitor in Chancery.
LAND AND COLLECING AGENTS,
BROWNVILLE N. 7?. " '
COR. MAIX AND 2ND STj?.,
5. V7. PEDICORD, Propxietor.
Thii Ilouse has been refurnished and newlv fitted
and refurnished under Its present enterprising
"oprietor, who guarantees satisfaction to all who
a patronise hia Ilouse. x-5-ly
4. "STITCH IN TIKE SAVES NINE!7
t his post yet, ready to perform all work.par
taimngtohisbusiness. lr!r'U8e nd fxsn PainlinSElanef &nd paper hanjj
"Si etc, at short notice, and the most approved
lJ;e. Termscash. Givehim acall.
hoop on Main Street, east of Atkinson's CUAh
He is prepared to do all
hito Ayr eli In,-
ALL C O L o HI n a "
In the neatest and cheapest sfje fcr ci- -;WowcTil!e,April-7,
ly'. ' fc
nonse-Slsn & Ornamental
pAPER HANGER etc.
j ATI work done in a workman-
ii? ArV irl J.l
OXI fcOORlTESTOrBEOW.TVIlil HOSE
RICIIAKD T. BARRET,
AND DEALER XN
LAND WARRANTS & LAND SCRIPT,
Pertonal attention given to tnalintf Loeatitni.
Office in J. Ij. Carson's Barking House.
C. G. DORSEY.
S. M. RICH,
BonSEI & RICH,
Ojjiee S. E. corner 2Iain nnd Firnt Street ,
Y ill gire protnnt attention to all business en
trusted to them in the various Courts of Nebraska
nnd North JliFFouri; also, to tbo Collection of
liounty Xoucy, lack 1 ay, and reunions ; and to
the Payment of Taxes. 9 40-jly
takes this method of informing the public that he
has just oponcd,on Main street, between 1st and 2nd,
BROnSVlLLE, IV E II R ASK A.
a Restaurant and Oyster Saloon.
Also, Confections ries. Canned Fruit. Dried
Fruit, Spices of all kind. Tea, Coffee, Sugar
Tobacco, 1'otatoes, sweet Potatoes and everything
usnally kept in a retain grocery store.
tgTlIEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS,
BACK TO THE OLD STAND !
f "77" S3 Ha 31. "T ! !
josepii a ii u t z
"Would respectfull Inform his old customers that be
b-s asain opened his Jewelrj Shop in his old stand on
Main street, south side, two doors east of the Brown-
ville Ilouse. He keeps on hand a Fplcndid assortment
of everything in Ills line of business, which he will
sell on the lowest terms fer Cash.
Of Clocks; Watches and Jewelry done on the short
Brownvllle, Neb.. May 19th. 1SS4. n37-v3-Iy
.Wholesale and Retail
Evan Worthing1, .
K M K
aiao v u i jv.v'.i av -- -
Jjl-iuors and Cigars ever oflered in this market, and
will sell them as low as any uouse in me lexruui.
Main Street, Brownville
Have just opened a splendid
. CONSISTING OF
Surars, Teas, Co5ee, Rice, Tobacco
Cigars; Soap", Dried Fruit of all kinds,
Nuts, Candies, Molasses, Salt, Wooden
Ware of all kinds, Canned Fruit, Oys
ters, Pickles, and every Article usually
kept in a first class
jGroccrv store in
Whitney's Block, Main Street
- Brovrnville Nebraska,
Invites the public to call and exam
ine their Stock, before purchasing
elsewhere as they are compident.
August 31st 1SG5.
ro oxz? during
j Octoljcr, Ioveniber, Decem"ber
'IT HUB, i
Jtt rcecircd and opened at
Wholesale and Retail Store Boom.pn .
Main Street, Brownville, Nebraska.
. . - r.
These Goods have been purchased with tn es-
pcc"s.l view to satisfying the demands of this mar
ket ; an-Jat pnees which will enable hiin to defy
The Sophisticated and Unsophisticated ; the
Fashionable and Unfashionable; the Citizen the
Emigrant or the Sovereign Squatter, can all find at
his Stcre tho very goods they need. All will do
well tocnll and examinehis U. N. X. L'd Stock.
S200 IvIOLINE PLOWS.
Successors to McLaughlin & Swan.)
Hcmaha Valley Bank Building.
We respectfully announce to the
Public that they have now in store, a
Tew and Large Stock of
!C A "PTTTTIT W
ii1 iiLlfiiillLi ii
To which they invite the attention
YOU WILL FIND TIIE BEST
Sugars, Teas, Rio and Jara Cof-
fet, Pure Ciccr Vinegar and Coal
Canned Fruits in great variety and
of the lest quality ; Catsup, 'pieklcs.
Oysters. Sardines, Clams, French
ifustard, Worcestershire Sauce and
Western Reserve Cheese at
SWAN & BEOS,
Svun and Brother, desire to call
particular attention to their ; large
and varied Stock of
Tobacco, consisting of Natural Leaf
and Nectanne and other favorite brands
of Plug Tobacco and best qualities of
Fine cut aad Smoking Tobacco.
Wrought and Cut Nails, of all size,
Spades, Shovels. Brooms.Sewing Twine,
and Scoop Shovels at -
SWAN & BRO'S.
The highest price paid for Batter,
F.ggs, and country produce at
Consult your interst by examin
ing Swan & Bro's. Goods and prices
before buying elsewhere. .
Ayer's Ague Cure.
C0H STI T U T ION
STATE OF NEBRASKA.
3. The returns cf every election,
for the-oflicers named in the foregoing
lection, shall he sealed up and transmit
ted to the seat of government; by the re
turning officers, directed to the Presi
dent of the Senate, who, during the first
week of the session, shall open and pub
lish them, and declare the result, in the
presence of a majority of the members of
each house of the Legislature.
The perion having the highest num
ber of votes shall be declared duly elec
ted ; but if any two or more shall be the
highest and equal in votes for the same
office, one of them shall b chosen by the
joint, vote of both houses.'
5 4!TheNo' person except a citizen of
the United States and a qualified elec
tor of iheSiate, shall be eligible to any
office provided for by this Constitution.
5. Should there he no session of
the Legislature in January next after an
election for any of the officers aforesaid,
the returns of such election shall be made
to the recretary of State,and opened.and
the result declared by the Governor, in
such manner as may be. provided by law.
6. The supreme executive power
of this State, shall be vested in the Gov
ernor. 7. He may require information, in
writing, rrom tne orncers in tne execu
tive department, upon any subject rela
ting to the duties of their respective of
fices : and shall see that the laws are
faithfully executed. , r
S. He shall fcommunicate at every
session, by message to the Legislature,
the condition or the btate, and recora-
mend such measures as he shall deem
9. He may, on extraordinary oc-
casions.convene the Legislature. by .proc-.
amation, and shall state to both houses,
when assembled the purpose for which
they have been convened.
10. In case of disagreement be
tween the two houses in respect to the
time of adjournment, he shall have pow
er to adjourn the Legislature to such
time as he may think proper, but not be
yond the regular meetings thereof.
11. He shall be ceramander-in-
chief of the military and naval forces of
the State, except when they shall bs
called into the service of the United
12. He' shall have power, acter
conviction, to grant reprieves, commu
tations and pardons, for all crimes and
offences, except treason and caes of im
peachment, upon such conditions as . he
may think proper ; subject, however, to
such regulations as to the manner of ap
plying for pardon as may be prescribed
Upon conviction for treason, he may
suspend the execution of the sentence,
and report the case to the Legislature,
at its next meeting, when the Legisla
ture shall either; pardon, commute the
sentence, direct its execution, or grant a
He shall communicate to the Legisla
ture at every regular session, each case
of reprieve, commutation, or pardon
granted'; stating the name and crime of
the convict, the sentence, its date, and
tUe date of the commutation, pardon, or
reprieve, with his reasons therefor. - j
13. There shall be a eeall of the
State, which shall be kept by the Gov
ernor, and used by him officially ; and
shall be called "The Great Seal of the
State of Nebraska."
14. All grants and commissions
shall be issued in the name, and by the
authority of the State of Nebraska, seal
ed with the Great Seal, signed .by the
Governor, and countersigned by the Sec
retary of State.
15. No member of Congress, or
other person holding office "under lue au
thority of this Sia"ie, cr United States,
shall execute the o3ce of Governor, ex
cept as herein provided.
16. In case pf the impeachment of
the Governor, his removal from office,
death, resignation, or absence from the
State, the powers and duties of the of
fice shall devolve upon the Secretary of
State, untildisability shall cease, or the
vacancy be filled.
'. 17. If, during the vacancy of the
office of Governor, the Secretary of
Slate shal be impeached, displaced, re
sign, die,or be absent from the State,
the powers and duties of the office of
Governor shall devolve
dent of the Senate ; and should a vacan
cy occur by impeachment, death, resig
nation, or absence from the State, of the
President of the Senate, the Speaker of
House cf Representatives shall act as
Governor till the vacancy be filled.
5 IS. The Governor shall
during his continuance in office
nual compensation.of one thousand dol
lars ; the Secretary cf State, six hun
dred dollars ; the State Treasurer, four
hundred dollars ; and the State Auditor,
eight hundred dollars
19. Every bill .which shall have
passed the Legislature, shall before it be
comps a law, "be presented to lhe Gov
ernor. If he'approye, he shall sign it;
but if not, he shall return it .with objec
tions, to that house in which it shall hav
originated who shall enter the objec
tions at large upon the" journal, and pro
ceed to reconsider it. If, after such re
consideration, two-thirds of the members
present shall aree to rass the bill, it
shall be sent, together with the objec
tions, to the other house, by which it
shal likewise be reconsidered, and if ap
proved by two-thirds 'of the members
present, it shall become a lawJBut in
such cases, the votes of both houses, shall
be determined by yeas and nays, and the
names of the members voting for or
against the billshall be entered on the
journal of each house respectively. If
any bill shall not be returned by the
Governor within three days (Sundays
excepted,) after it shall have been pre
sented to him, the same shall be a law,
unless lhe Legislature shall by their ad
jonrnment prevent its return, in which
case it shall not he a law.
20 The Secretary, Auditor and
Treasures of State, shall severally per
form such duties, as shall be prescribed
1. The judicial power of the State
shall be vested in a Supreme Court.Dis
trict Courts, Probate Courts, Justices of
the Peace, and' such inferior courts as
the Legislature may from time to time
The Supreme Court shall consist of a
Chief Justice and two associate Justices,
any two of whom shall constitute a quo
rum, and shall hold a term of the Su
preme Court at the seat of government
of the .State annually. Said Supreme
Judges shall be elected by the qualified
electors of the Stale, at such time, and
in such manner aa may be provided by
law. Said Justices of the. Supreme
Court shall hold their office for. the term
cf six years from lhe time cf their elec-
tion and until their successors shall have
been elected and qualified.
'2. The State shall be divided into
three judicial districts, and the District
Courts shall be held at such times and
places as may be provided by law, and
the legislature shall ly law assign the
Justices io hold District Courts in the
several districts : Provided, that until
the Legislature rhall have provided by
liw, the Governor shall have authority
to make such assignment.
3. . The Supreme Court shall have
appellate jurisdiction only except in ca
ses relating to revenue, mandamus, quo
warranto, habeas corpus, and such rases
of impeachment as may be required to
be tried before it; and both the Supreme
and District Courts shall have both
chancery and common law jurisdiction.
4. The jurisdiction of the several
courts herein provided for, both appel
late and original shall be as fixed by
law. Provided, that Proba'e Courts,
Justices of the Peace cr any inferior
court that may be established by the Leg
islature shall not have jurisdiction la any
matter wherein ihe title or boundaries of
land may be ic dispute. Nor shall ei
ther of the courts mentioned in this pro
viso have power to order or decree the
sale or partition of real estate : and
provided, further, that Justices cf the
Peace, and such inferior courts a3 may
be established .by the Legiilature, shall
not have jurisdiction when the debt or
sum claimedshall exceed one hundred
dollars, and the jurisdiction of the Dis
trict and Probate courts, and Justices of
the Peace siall be uniform throughout
5. Probate Judges, Justices of the
Peace, and persons holding inferior
courts, herein authorized to be establish
ed by the Legislature, shall be elected
by the electors of the several districts
for which they may be elected in the
manner and 'time fixed bylaw.
The salary of. the Justices of
Supreme Court shall be two thous
and dollars each rer annum andcomere;
and all. o'her judicial officers shall be
paid for their services in fees to be pre
scribed by law.
7. The Legislature shall by law
provide that on the entry or commence
ment of .any suit in the District Court,
the party so commencing cr entering
such suit, shall, before the same is so
commenced or entered, pay to the clerk
of said District Court the sum of five dol
lars ; and in like manner on the entry
or comn.cr.cemeat cf any stilt ia the' SJ
preme Court, shall pay the sum of ten
dollars' to lhe clerk thereof, which mon
ey so paid, shall b9 for the use jf the
State, and shall be paid by said clerks to
the proper officps designated by law, as
by law maye required which money
so received shall be held and esteemed
as a judicary fund, and to be applied in
payment of the salaries ol the Justices
of the Supreme Court. Which amounts
so paid shall be taxed as costs against
the unsuccessful party, and collected as
other costs: Provided, the Legislature
may provide by law for dispensing wiih
the payment of said suras cf money in
cases where the party so commencing or
entering suit shall be really unable to
pay the same, and the amount shall in all
cases be taxed and collected as other
cests . Provided, also, that the Legisla
ture shall have power whenever the
amount so received shall exceed the sal
aries of the Judges. of the Supreme
Court, to reduce the amount to be paid
so that the gross amount will not exceed
'8. The Legislature may, after the
year cne thousand eight hundred seventy-five,
increase the number of Justices
of the Supreme Court, and the judicial
districts of the State.
9. In all cases heard before the
Supreme Court, as an appellate court,
the Justice who may have tried such
cause in the court below shall not par
ticipate in the decision thereof until the
other two Justices, if present, shall have
failed to agree in the decision cf such
10. All process, writs, and other
proceedings shall run in the name of
"The people of the State of Nebraska.' '
1. No money shall be paid out of
the treasury, except in pursuance of an
appropriation by law.
- 2. The credit of the Slate shall
never be given or bound in aid of any
individual, association, or corporation.
3. The Legislature shall provide
for an annual tax sufficient to defray the
expenses of the State for each year; and
whenever the expenses of any year shall
exceed the income, the Legislature shall
provide for levying a tax for the ensuing
year, sufficient, with other sources of in
come, to pay the deficiency, as well as
the estimated expenses of such ensuing
4. For the purpose cf defraying
extraordinary expenditures, the State
may contract public debts ; but such
debts shall never in the aggregate ex
ceed fifty thousand dollars. Every such
debt shall be authorised bylaw, for some
purpose or purposes to be distinctly spec
ified therein; and the vole of a majori
ty of all the members elected to each
House, to be taken by yeas and nays,
shall be necessc.ry to the passage of such
laws; and every such law shall provide
for levying an annual interest of such
debt, and the principal within ten years
from lhe passage of suH 'o -'- u
specially appropriate tb.3 proceeds of
such taxes to the payment of such prin
cipal and interest; and suchappropria
tion shall net be repealed, nor the taxes
be postponed or dim.:ni3hed until the
principal and interest of such debt shall
have been wholly paid,
o. The Legisiature may also bor
row money to repel invasion, surpres3
insurrection, or defend the State ia time
of war; but the money thus raised shall
be applied exclusively to the object for
which the loan waa authorized, cr to the
re-payment of the debts thereby created
6. The Slate shall never contract
any debt for works of iniemal improve
ment, or be a party in carrying cn such
works; but whenever grants of land or
other property shall have been made to
the State especially dedicated ' by the
grant to particular worksof internal im
provement, the State may carry on such
particular works, and shall devote there
to the avails of such grant3, and may
pledge or appropriate the revenues de
rived from scch works in aid cf 'their
1. The Stte shall h'U'e ccrurrent
jurisdiction cn all rivers bordering cn
this State, so far as such rivers shall
f crni a ccrr.mcn boundary to the State,
and any other State cr Territory now cr
h ereafter to he fcrrned and bounded by
the same. And tha river Missouri, anl
the navigable waters leading in'.o thq
Missouri, and the carrying placis be
tween the sam? ; shall be common high
ways, and forever free, as' well u the
inhabitants cf the State as to the citi-
tcas of the U:.:'.-J "Si.iUs, nhheut
tax, impost, or duty teraTor.
2. The title lo all lands and cthst
rrcnerty.which have accrued to thi Ter
ritory of Nebraska, ly gta:: gift, pur
chase, forfeiture, escheat cr otherwise,
shall vest in tho -State cf Nebraska.
3. The people cf -the Stato, ia
their right cf sovereignly, are declared
to possess the ultimate property iaand la
all lands within tha jurisdiction of tha
State; and all lands ths title to which
shall fail from a defect cf heirs, shall
revert, cr escheat to the pcoplo.
1. The principal of all funds aris:
ing from the salo, or other disposition of
lands cr ooher property, granted cr en
trusted to this State fcr educational and
religious purposes, shall forever be pre-
served inviolate and undiminished ; and.
the income arising therefrom shall be
faithfully applied to the specific objects
of the original grants or appropriations.
Tho Legislature shall make such po
visions ly taxaticn cr otherwise, as.wiih
the income arising from the school trust
fund, will secura a thorough and effi
cient system of cerumen school through
out the Stats ; but no religicu3 sect cr
sect?, shall ever'have any ex-rluiive right
to, or control of any part of the school
funds of thia state.
2. The University lands, school
lands, and all other lands which hav8
been acquired by tha Territory of Ne
braska, or which may hereafter ac
quired by the State cf Nebraska for ed
ucational or -school purposes, shall not
be aliened or scjd for a !ies3 sum th;n
five dcllars per acre.
1. The Legislature fchali'pass no
special act conferring corporate paw
erer. 2. Corporations may be formed
uder general laws.
3. The property cf corporators,
now existing cr hereafter created, shall
forever be subject to taxiti cn, the sam3
as the property cf individuals.
4. The Legislature shall provide
for the organization of cities and incor
porated villages ly general laws ; and
restrict their power of taxation, assess
ment, borrowing money, contracting
debt3and loaning their credits, so as to
prevent the abuse of such rower.
1. If at any time a majority of tha
Senate and Ilouse cf Representative
shall deem it necessary to call a conven
tion to revise or chax.ge ihh Constitution
they shall rccornm-iiid to the electors to
vote for cr against convention at the test
election for members cf the Legislature;
and if it shall appear that a majority of
the electors voting thereon have voted
for a convention, the Legislature shall at
its next tessiorz provide for calling such
1. The Stall cf Nebraska shi'i
consist of all the territory included with-
in the following boundaries, to-wit:
Commencing at a pint form-ed by the
intersection cf lhe western boundary of
the State of Missouri, with the fortieth
degree cf north latitude ; extending
thence due west along sail fortieth de
gree cf north latitude, to a point formed
by its intersection with the twenty-fifth
degree cf longitude v.eit from Wash
ington ; thence ncrih along said twenty
fif;h degree of longitude, to a point form
ed I7 it3 intersection with the "twenty
seventh degree cf longitude west from
Washington ; thence north along said
twenty-seventh degree cf west longitude
to a point formed by its intersection with
the forty-third degree o:f north latitude ;
thence east along said forty-third degree
of north latitude la tha Reya Pahi riv
er ; thence down the miiJIe cf ihe chan
nel cf said rier, with it3 rneanderuga,
to its junction with the Niobrara River;
.1 J .l. 'l?! 1 t
lucccii cuivq lue n;ici ci ne cnannei
of said Nicbrara River, and fJIowmr'
the meandering3 therecf to it3 junction
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