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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1866)
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; JOHN L, COIJIAPP, EDITOR.
rr.0WS7ILLE,TnURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1861.
nrrTTAT! if ittppo
ftTt3 Country is Safe."
tec. Sever d.
Radical Majority is cine States
Coep tfcat Rooster, for hei weary I
JLtd Lis fcaad U droopwg dreary t
Coep bin, bid him, it it bail ;
For there ' acta click to fear bio,
Atd tttrVi no! a bta to ebaer bim,
Ad there ii do rf f laid near b m
f-reread by tLose "bo did revere bim
Hide b'.u coop bim let bim rest.
Tata tfcat Rooi ter eff, ba Uttered ,
Afii bia featbera widly ecattered,
Atd bit bill la broken, battered,
bj the trcr.g blows of tbe foe.
Ob 1 'tif bard fur ui to bide bim,
We wha long o fondly ejed bim
Jlard to eland forlorn beside bim.
New that be no more can crew !
Coop that Rooster, for be'a fwplng,
And bia toea each other clacpitg,
Quiver with tbe fearful rasping
lie received en Tuesday last!
Iluaeot John, bis ralliaot backer,
1 indi that be'a Lot worth a cracker ;
CotperLaad ui bra?e bush backer
tire Deaa, tbe reaiy smacker
All aduit bia raoe ia past !"
Ob ! bit eoab U rut and bloody,
And bia legs are brained and muddy,
A4 bit Hrtait with blood i ruddy,
And hia fills are darkly blue ;
Fwpty rraw and banted gizzard,
Tail and wing cotiipietoijr atissured,
Filled at oa tlert.-ire blizzard
1U tied kinced frotu A to 1 lard
U, poor cock-a-Uoodle duoi"
The Radical majorities will be in :
Missouri 30 000.
Michigan 115 000.
New York 14.000.
New Jersey about G.000.
Conservative majority in ;
Tbe following are the Congressmen
elected in the several States named on
the Cth. Republicans in roman, Demo
crat! in italic :
1. Thomas D Elliott,
2. Oakes Ames.
3" Genery Twichell.
4. Samuel Hooper.
5. Benjamin F. Butler.
6. Nathaniel P. Banks,
7. Georpe S Bout well,
8. John 3 Baldwin,
0. W IVasl.burne.
10. Henry L llUva.
Robinson, Dom. gain.
Thot. E. Stewart. Dern. gain.
John W Chanler,
Fernando Wood. Dem. gain.
Wm H Robertson. Rep. gain.
C H Van Wyck. Rep. gain.
John II Ketchum,
Thos. Cornell. Rep. gain.
J A Grbwold,
C T Hurlburd,
Jas M Marvirj,
Wm C Field.
Wro II Keliey.
Wra S Lincoln,
Burt Van Horn,
J .V Humphry,
Ii Van Aernaro.
1. NB Judd,
2. J F Farnsworth,
3. E B Wahburne,
4. A C Harding,
5. E C Ii)jersull,
6. B C Cook,
7. II P II Broruwell.
0. Lewis G Rets,
10 A G Burr.
12 Jehu Baker,
At Large -John A Logan.
1. Halbert E Paine,
3. Amaia Cobb,
4- C.f Eldredgt,
5. Philetha Sawyer,
6. C C Wathburne.
1. F C Beaman,
2. C Upscn,
3. Auitin Blair,
4. T W Ferry,
5. R E Trowbridge,
6. J F Drigs.
X. TVn A Pile. Rep. gint
2. C A Newcomb.
3. Albert Jackson,
4. J J Grarelly,
5. J W McClurge,
6. R T Van Hcrnk
7. B F Loan,
8. J F Benjamin,
0. G W Aiders
L Wra Windom,
. Ignatius Donnelly.
H McCuUovgh, :
Sltvenson JJtcher. Dem. gain
Charles E phelps. k
Francis Thomas,- "
5. F stone.
1. J A Jficholson. ,
1. Wm Moore,
2. Wm A Newell, " '
2L Charles Se greaves.- -
4. John Hill. Rep. gain.
5. George A Halsey. Rep. gain.
1. Sidney Clarke.
1. D R Ashley.
Recapitulation : Rep, 69 ; Dem. 21 ;
doubtful, 1. Rep. gain 6, Dem. gain 4.
Nevada has gone Republican by over
1 ,000 majority. The Legislature is large
The following State of2cer were elect
ed Oct. 6ih :
Kansas: Governor, S J Crawford;
Lieut. Got., N Green ; Sec of State, R
S Parker; Treuurer, M Anderson;
Auorney General, George H Hoyt ;
Chief Justice, S A Kingman ; Auditor,
J R Swallow; Sjpt cf Schools, Peter
Illinois : Supt cf Schools, ewtou
Bateman ; Treasurer, Geo W Smith.
Michigan i Henry C Crapa ; Lieut.
Governor. Dwight May ; Sec of State,
Oliver L Spaulding ; State Treasurer.
Ebenezer O Grosvenor; Com. . of State
Land Office, Benjamin D Pntchard ; At
torney General, Win L Stoughton ; Sup.
Puj. Instruction, Oramel Ileafcrd ; Au
ditor General, Wm Humphrey.
.Minnesota : Siate Auditor, A McEl-
ralh ; Clerk Supreme Court, S Hough.
J"ew York: Governor, Reuben E Fen
ton i Lieut-Governor, Siewart L Wood
ford ; Canal Commis ioner, Stephen T
Hoyt ; State Prison Inspector, John
Massachusetts : Governor. A A Bu!
lock; Sec of Siate, O Wnrner; Attor
ney General, C J II-e J; Treasurer, J
H Loud ; Auditor. H S Bnggs.
Nevada : Governor, H Biaisdell.
Delaware: Governor, Saulsbury.
Maryland: Comptroller, Wm J Leo
nard. Both branches of the Maryland Legis
lature are Conservative, a Senator is to
be chosen in place of A J Creswell, Re
Delaware Legislature is strongly Con
The New Jersey Legislature is Rep
ublican by 5 in the Sen-la and 13 in the
r :. .
From the N. Y. Herald's special of the
7th we learn that T. W. Bedford, of this
city, has been appointed Register of a
Land Office in Nebraska, where, the
correspondent does not say. We pre
sume, however, it is to Mil the position
now occupied by Chas. G. Dorey.
The appointment is excellent, consid
ering who made it, but it is a little
strange the friends of Mr. Bedford did
not know that the position is not vacant !
The Demo-Copperheads go Keavy oq the
argument that the appointee should re
flect tbe views of the appointing power ;
now, we doubt much whether Mr. Bed
ford reflects the principles of A. John
son, and we know that he stands bitterly
opposed to the Radical majory in the U.
S. Senate, which is realy the appointing
power. Wtudd it nol be well for him
in the face of the recent elections to
study consistency ; for we doubt much if
his Democratic stomach could retain an
office from the hards of a Radical Sen
As no charge has or can be brought
against Mr. Dorey, as he has neither
resigned and is alive and well, we believe
he has the right aud that it is his duty to
retain possession of his office until the
Senate has a chance to express itself on
this appointment. Aud we hope he will.
With regard to the stamps required to
be affixed tocanned fruit, fich, jVlJies, etc..
passed by the late Congress, t e Com
missioner of Internal Revenue has just
issued a circular, in which ccura the fol
"VVfc.'b it isbeliered that it was the
purpose and inlSPtof Congress to impose
a stamp tax upon th above nam?d arti
cles, if sold or offered for ale or remo-
Mi for cflompiion in tn unitea abates
VU UI (MICI Vlluici toil I rai un co
of the time of their manufacture or pro
duction. that intent is so imperfectly ex
pressed as" to render it doubtful beihvr.
uticer a proper construction or the ;an
guage of iht statute, such a tax caa be
. Internal Revenue officers are there
fore instructed not to interfere with the
possession or sale of such articles of do
mestic manufacture or production, when
tatisfactory evidence is furnished that
they were prepared and passed out of
the possession of the producer prior to
the 1st day of October, 1566.
7.209 acres of land were entered at
the St. Croix, Wis., Land Office during
the cicath of October.
The Neb. City News corrects the offi.
cial role cf Nebraska, as published from
Omaha, by cutting down Marquett's vote
in Otoe 50, yet retains the vote of tbut
county at 1,S4 without any rdwtion
We have just received, from Hon.
Albert Towle, Probate Judge cf Gage
county Nebraska, a pleasant invilaiion
to , visit "Beatrice,- county seat , of-, that
county. Close attention to our business
will conpell as to deny ourself this pleas
urev this fall, but-we promise ourself a
thorough exploration of this Land Dis
trict next Spring.
From many sources have we teamed
cf thezgrowth and prosprjtjr of Beatrice,
and is more than the ir.os hopeful could
have expected.'- They have now a fine
new Grist and Saw Mill, with Lath and
Shingle Machine attached ; three Dry
Goods,' Grocery and Variety stores ; two
Hotels; two Blacksmith one Wagon, and
one Shoemaker shop ; and a free school,
with a population equal to this list of
business. Many new buildings have
been erected this season, some of which
would do credit to cur river towns. The
country round it is settling more rapidly
than any other portion of Nebraska.
Beatrice and its surrounding country
holds out as great inducement to the' set
tler and mechanic as any frontier town in
Nebraska, and with our tri-weekly mail
we hope soon to establish more intimate
relation with her than heretofore.
Nebraska City is progressing; onward
and upward is her motto. Noi three
mcens since she boasted three dailies,
now she has two tri-wekiie3. The es
tablisment of the daily Statesman in June
augured well for the town but soqn bored
out its proprietors and now it is weekly.
The News and Press have concluded to
publish tri-weekly and isue larger aud
better filled pnpers, and both have in
creased in si?e, matter and beauty of ap
pearance. Hon. O. H. Irish now has
editorial charge of the Press.
The Chicago Tribune mentions a
strange mortality among the horses in
Lyons township Illinois, several valuable
animals having died within the past few
day?. It is reported to have been caused
by the grnsshopr ers, which, being taken
into the mouth, bite the tongues of the
animals and make them so sore that they
will not eat thereafter, and starve to
death. The cases occured only among
horses turned out to rrra?3.
Great Advance m ihe Price or
During the past week there has been
great excitement in Chicago in con?e
quence of the extraordinary ri-e which
has taken place in the pncr! of c rn lit
all the leading markets of the world. On
m m ar
the 1st or fo-Dtember. no. l corn war
sold in this market a: 50c per bush! ; on
th 1st of October, it had risen to 60c ;
and on thtf 27th (Saturday last) it rose
to SSc per bushel 1 This is an advance
of 38c per bushel within two n-onihs !
Tim. too, in the face of an advance in
frelgfliS lO DufTalu wivLIn ibo i.ai,pori
od of 0c per bushel. . -, r'.
While a poriion of this advance in the
price of corn is due to damage in som
sections by early frost, it is mainly attri
butable to a general failure of thd crop
in Great Britain, aud a great advance in
Liverpool. On the 31st of August last.
corn wa quoted in Liverpool at 26s. 3d.
per quarter, and Friday last (October
26) it had risen to 33. per quarter an
advance, within eight weeks, of bs, yd.
Wnat Writings Require Stamps.
The following infoimation will prove
valuable to business men generally, and
should be kept for reference :
1st. Instrumtriis of wri'ing dated be
fore Oct. 1, 1S62. do not require a sianin.
2d. Those dated between Aug 1 1562
and Aug. 1. 1S64, may be stamped eith
er before oratter use by the Court, Reg
istrar or Reorder.
3d. Those dated Aug. 1, 1S64, and
more than twelve months old, may be
stamped before a United State collector
without payment ot the penalty or cou.
4th. Those dated after Aug 1, 1S64.
and more than twelve months old, can be
stamped upon the payment of the penalty
And every assignment of a note which
assignment is made since Oct. 1. 1862,
without regard to the date of the note, i-
to be sinmpt d as an Hgreement, namely:
five cenis no matter how small or largr
the note may be.
All persons having notps unstamped,
should have thrin stamped at once. A
receipt for monev or property over S20
no matter what the amount only re
quires a two cent stamp.
Hogs and Packin
The Luisville Courier tays. In re
gard to the forthcoming packing season
vve have heard o: no contracts lor hogs
Traders aud packers are at variance in
their -iews, and as to formjntr correct
opinions as to prices u is extremely dif.
nculL A very general opinion prevails
i fhai early hoys will bring 8 to 8 1-2 cts.
and for Dceinber auj Juoary
df.'-verv 6 1-2 to 7 1-2 en. ln crop.
1 .11 l. lir.Ta a j I i n
it is t-sliii.aifu, wn
a rery prolifit; corn crfo; this circum.
stance induce the belltf that prices must
The Cincinnati Commercial says :
Hogs are dull, and hardly rnough do
ing io warrant quotations. The ftw
offered were held at S3 50, gross, on th
spot, but S3 more nearly represents the
views pf buyers, aid one or two lots light
averages, were obtained at this price.
There wa also a sale at $10 35. net.
for delivery the first good weather. The
hogs to average 220 pounds net. We
hear of no contracts for future delivery,
the packers beiog unwilling ia buy. ex
cept at prices considerably below the
views of seller.
The lS'ew Albany Ledger of the 25th
A good many dressed hogs are being
brought to the city sinqe the weather
turned cool. About fifty head in all
were sold this morning, at prices ranging
from 8 1-2 to 1Q cents pr pouud. Only
a few emu heavy brought tho latter fig
The Alh California says: Certain
persons in.Cahlornia are stamping base
metal into the semblance of coin, over
ina it by. a galvanic process ,wiih a.dhin
coa.t of gold, and sellin? it io simple p-?o
pie as pure gold. The. buint'SJ has b'jen
carried on extensively, and some persons
think the little bits of pewter with a htm.
of gold over them 4 are nice presents t
send to the East. , If the venders woulil
f tate thai tliey are cf base rnetals, no one
could find fault, but purchasers are usu
aiiy.ltd tOL. believe-, that the -material
precious metal throughout. Ihe stamp
is .imlike any good.coHT., so there is no, vi
olation of the law Some of the quarters
coined are cf a fair quality of gold, bui
contain only about twelve and a half cents
ttTorih of ihe article
A new dodge in counterfeiting has just
been discovered by a detectiva of the
Treasury department. Fifty dollars Uni
ted States notes are bein? counterfeited,
and the vignetts of the genuine two dollar
notes, which are the same in both being
the head of the first Secretary of the
Treasurer, Alexander Hamilton neat
ly pasted on. The work is so well ex
ecuted that ihe most expert are liable to
be deceived. The engraving and prin
ting of the counterfeits are exceedingly
well done. ,
The fastest time 'on record" at all
distances, is a3 follows :
1 mile, patirj. Picaho itag 2:T7'
1 nfile, trotting. Defter-- 2:18jg
2 miles, trotting. Fl'-ra Temple :)lA
3 milee. trot inff, li tchraau 7:12H
16 mile?, tnttinjr, Princa 50:00
2' mile?, trotting, Trustee h'3ib
100 mi'ts. trotting. Conqueror ...... - 8:55:3i
100 mi'es.d'ble, Master liurke A Robip-10:17:22
I mile, running, Henry Perritt---- l-iA
4 miles, running, Lexington 1T.0
Tho average pric paid for sermon in
the United Siates is ju-t three cent five
sermons for a s'raight whiskey libr.ion.
President's Thanksgiving Proc
Washington. Oct. 8. By the Presi
dent of the United Stales Pr-'dima-lion
: Almighty God. our Heavenly Fath
er, has been pleasrd o vouchsafe io u
as a people, another year of national
life, which if an indispensable condition
of peace, security and progress. That
yar moreover, has been crowned with
many peculiar tile.'Sins. The civil war
that was so recently amonsj us has not
b-en anywhere re opened. Foreign in
tervention has csa.-eu io excite alarm or
apprehension. Imru-ivu pestilence has
been b-mijnly mitiirated ; domestic trau
quiiity ha improved ; sentiments of con
filiation have largely prevailed ; and
affection of ,-loyaliy and patriotism have
been widely renewed; our fields- have
yielded abundantly ; our recovering ' in "
dtisiry has ben richly renewed, and we
have been all wed to extend our railroad
system far into the interior of ilie coun-
J i. . i :.
i iry ; our commerce nas resumeu us cus
tomary activity ui foreign seas. these
national bb-ssiugs demand a national ac
Now, therefor. I. Andrew Johnson.
President of the United States do hereby
recommend that Thursday, the 29ih diy
of November next,' be set apart and b
nbferved everywhere in the, several
CltfieJY bj" tllC ll. r. of, Ao-A-.t,ay
f)i thanksgiving and prayer to' "Abi.tirhiy
God, with due remembrance .hat in H s
tejiiple doth every one speak of His hon
or. I recommend also that on th same
solemn occasi m we do humbly and tie
vouily implore Him to griint io our na
tional council-, and to our whole people,
divine wisd m, which ; lone can lead any
nation into wys of all good.
In offering these national thanksgiv
ir.gs, praises and supp'ications. we have
the Divine assurance t'iat ihe Lord re
maineth a King forever; those that are
meek will be guided iu juJcment. and
such a? are gentle shall he learn bis
way; the Lord shall ffive strength to his
people ; the blessing ot peace.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set "iy nami an'1 caused ihe seal of the j
United States to be affixed. Done at
the City of Washinton, the eighth day of
October, in the year of our Lord on'
thousand eiht hundred and sixiy-six.
and of the Iudependance of ihe Uuited
States the ninety first.
By the President, Wm. H. Seward,
Secretary of State.
Taken up by tho tinders cn i', 'iving tbreo and s
b-ilf miles ..rtli est i lirowuvuid, on me m
dav i.f Ocfob r, A I) ISM
(n red n l wbit Mecklcd Low., crop off of
1 -f o vr sin I swallow fH; in the ri-ht cvr, branded
S." on the hip.ahou' 9 r ..Id.
I'narid it.id whito -peeklul Cvv,ur.d.-rbi f. in each
enr, about 6 yoir-. old. IsaAEL COTTOX,
lrTnville, NoV. 3 ISM
Taken up by the and'-rsin d, living four rn;I"
North West of 1'rwnville Nebraska, oa tbe 3d
d.iy of No'embo !Sti6
Cno red nn I white C w (speckled) swa.Iow fork
in right, ear, nine years old
NoT.9.t:nS ' John LO Smith
Takon up by the undersiino,I. livin ' 6 1-3 rarles
South West Ir ni A'pinwall seujih i Cou.ity Vi
briiski, ()nc bnndle Steer, crop off eaoh ear brin
d'e face, 6 yor ld.
One led nnd white 5teer, crop off each ear, end
broken off left h-rn. 7 yard old.
Taken upon the 21th day of October
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
THE GREAT FEMALE REME
DY FOR IRREGULARITIES.
tbee Drops are a c!er.t.fiilljr o.mponnfled Quid
preparation, and better tdai. any Pill, Powder, or
Ktiuai. Being liquid, iheir action i) flirect and
pout' ve. rendering them a reliab'e, speedy and cer
tai3 specific for the enre of ail obstructions and ynp
prersi.:s vt natnre Their popularity I indicated by
ibe tact ibat over I0O (.0 b tties are anuua'iy oid
and consumed tj tbe ladies of the United Mai en, eve
ry one of whom speak in ihe str nget ternm of praUe
of their great merits. Tbey are rst-lty t m tc line the
place of every othe' Feme Renie!y, atd are -n4
ered by a.l who knowauiihtof ihciu lheaurei.1 .
fest. and mot inral-Uble pn-paraiton m Hie world,
for t&6 cure ot all feiuaieciiifUiiui the reniovl .if
all obstructions or nature. od the pr.-inutloii of lieltU
reuularitj and urenstu. KxpiKit ui ecii..n iatinK
when they may be u-e-l, and r xpia mug- when and whj
tbey hhould net. nor cuW n.l b fd without P'odu
ciust effects -,mraiy to iiatuie'o ibo-eu lw win be
f.mnd care'ul y folded an'Uiid eaiBboitie, with ihe
written t-Unatore oi Johm L. L.'oa. wuhout which
rione are uenoiue.
Prepared by Ur. JOHN L. LTOJJ. IQ5 Chapel Street,
NewHaveu.Cnu. wbocaube com-ulied either per.
koiially, or &y mail. (eMcbwing stamp ) cun-eruing all
private dueases andfeuiale weakness. Price $l,oo
Sold by Druggists eveiywhere
C. G. CI.ARK fcCO.,
Gen'l Jeeu for U. S. and Canada
Jo llika Bhos. St. Lui. I Wholesale
t'CjLLEB, Fixch & Fuller, Chicago. J Agents
A. S. HuLLADAY & CO., and W. H.
McCREERY. Browaville, Nebraska,
For a mdicine tbat will car
Tickling in ths Throat.
' Whooping Cough.
V Consumptive Cough3,k - v;
as quick aa
OVER ONE MILLION BOTTLES
.... t . -. .
hara bean soli ani not a single instance cf its fail
ur is known. We. have, in our possession, an
quantity of Oertiiijatoi, some "of them from
f -t ; . ... - - -
who have usJ it in their prrwtioa.ial a;irea it tbe
pre-eminence orer ever other compound.
It does not dry up a Cough
Ut LOOSENS IT,
so as to enable the patient to expectoiate freely.
Two or three doses
Will "Invariably Cure ' Tickling tn the
A half bottle has often completely care! the
most Stubborn Cough , and yet, thongh it is so sure
ai;i gpeedy ia its operation, is is perfectly harm
less, being purely vegetable. It is a very agresa
ble.to the taste, and may ba administered to chil
dren of any age.
Incases of Croup we will guaran
tee a cure if taken in season.
JMamil y should b3 without
It is within ihe reach of all.it boing the cheapest
and best medic'ne extvit.
C. G. CLARK & CO , Proprietors.
NEW HAVEN1, COSH.
A. S HQLLADAY & CO., and W.H
McCREERY, lirowuville, Nebra-ka,
THE MODEL SEWING MACHINE.
(From tbe New York Herald)
Prominent among the mechanical trinmphs ot this
most inpenioas see common hniies'y onupel v to no
tice tht Kmpire Sewiii; Machine, CfiUmemle-l a.- jatlf
strley' perfection iteir Uf-eful a bave been Ue v
riotis t-ewiriii uuchims. from time t time prec'teil
t rue public, each one of them has he en curpU with
Bume rflic It erect, which detracts from general nili
i ty . WarneJ by the experience or hi predeces-or.-,
the invent of the Erie M-tcbine In piodncel u in
struniont. cuihmliti: all the ad Vantage for which
uth-rs are vaniitcl. auJ obvMiins every ilerect which
;ati be iiiribmel t. them by therapist fantiJiot:s critic.
Tbe Umpire il.tthine i a tnar eions ci'iubiiiatioii of
luipiic:5y, ecoiiemr and perfect w.rkhip benic lura
bie, iree from liai)ilny t j get out ot or)er noiselexs
and easy of o.era:ion. Its mectunicat &ntrivuce is
such as tunecure stability, rreedi:i from acci ti tit.aiwl
accoracy as to w rkmrtnbip. Jiy the of 'he pat
emeil i-huuieaud s-traigbt needle it tnafcaa h(iici
winch can neither rip nor ravel while at tbe u:e
time, it ran operate perfectly upon eve y fpecie of
material from leather to camrrick,with ihreaptt of cot
ton, linen or si lit from the fluest to the coarsest num
A the Empire Machineis gradually supplanting
more antiq-if rivnis, n. one in want f a userei instru
ment or tins discription. be he or be tailor. o acbma?
ke, dressmaker or t-eanisiresi can do othe wUl than
secure -moot these fcontniral and inimitable niaohi"es
suited alike for faml y ai.d mauula-iuriiit purposes
The offlce-vf the Ktupire Menuf.ctnrlnjt C i t Nu.
63S Bra'lwjyt New Tork City, where they are now
stipplyinx thee KiDplre Machines at price rar neow
ihe real value of the instrument. New Y..rk lltrali
Feb. fi!h l85 10 19 A H-C
vV iAtfclil Aicul.s, .M.no and Kem.ile, at 75 to
$150 r month. t' sell the) celehr:ttcil
Common i?e t a.muy zewinq nipcnivc
PRICE 18, OO
Thio Machine will io ail kinds t work equal to
th bifrh priced Mitchincs, iiml i the oiily practical
m l ib liable Cheap bcwuig Machine in toe world.
ECU JIG & CO., Chicago, III- , ot Cleyejond, O.
1'iincipal OQce.NQ. 3 Cuatom.llouse Place Chicago
i(i-2rt Iv fi.nn
moil delicious and helibiul
ltispreyarel from the best JAVA COFFEE,
and while it has all the rj:irur of fine i)l 1 (j. vern-
uiont Java.sclli for les liian ball the price.
Osborn's Java Coffee
lias been stea iily U3ed for years, by thousand
ot persons in all parts ot" tha (Jjautry, and is uni
versally acknowledged to b at once nut'i"U?, ae-
licfous.beiilthl'ul and economical. The same quan
tity w ill unke a richer and stronger cup of Loae
than any other known.
Osborn's Java CcSee.
Is particularly recommended ns a healthful bcr-
eritdana is uist benci.cinny t-u ry inoso wuo
suffer with Heada-hi crvn.-.iie'ss, and othar inju
rious effect troin tne uo of other C"ffue.
It is urenared with the irreatest care, and con-
t ins no ingredient which is not more harmless and
beneficial to tn- humm organism lhan pure Coffee,
to which fact the most . akilfull physicians and
OSBORNS JAVA COFFEE.
Has been extensively used at numerous Sanita
ry Fairs throughout the Union, and received cer
tificates of the highest recoraendiition.
It hps also been timrouhly teste 1 , and received
the d plotiia cf tho American Institute and other
Put uu in one p- und packages bearing tho fac
simile Signature of iewis A. Jsuoro and in boxes
of 30 nnd oil ibs. and Sold by Uroe rs gi erally.
Wholesale Depot, nnd Trade
THOS REID & CO GLOBE MILLS.
ItrtixTters and Wboj.'snle Dealers, in Tea, Coffee,
aud St i3 -s.
IVom. 103 & 10r lVan on and 2U9
Itasliinton streets Aew Yoi K.
FIER AND TORNADO
We, Taos. J. Tckxkb. Pres't, and Cnas.
.qcih', Sc'y., of tlie r ire and Tcrnado Jn-uMLCe
Company, of Frecporf, Illinois, hereby certify bat
said Company is posi-er-srd of a capital of at least
ene hundred thousand dollars, secured by lean ou
rial estate worth at ca b valuation at least fivt
tbine tbe amount of sai l capital, and not encum
bered to more than one-fourth of aid valuation."
CHARLES SQUIUrS, Secretary.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, ,
" .: " STEPHENSON CUUA'TYA 8
... r , . - f -
in? firs&d ily 4 ic i s rli l ; .liv .severally de
ta ban v
pso an-J .-ay "that the above cerulicate subscribed
t- by them respectively is true in substance and
in fact, as shown by the recur-Is of said Coiiiny,"
Subsenbed and sworn to beforo me, this 6th.
day ofJannarv. A . 1.Im85.
UEOKGE THOMPSON, County Clark.
H K, 11. iH-ut I), i nly.
CRTIFICATEfl of AUTUORITT
To Expire on luo ilbt dy uf January, 18(55.
Insurance l)tpi Jiuet.i, Olice of Ter
I jtor ml Auditor,
OMAHA. NEil. Jun., 16th, 1S66
WIlEuE VS. J. T. Campbell. Assistant Gen
A iff nt, fo, tho
Firo and Tornado Ins. Co.
(t-Mfejac Fn-.-(Mrt , in the State of iimis, ha
filed in ibis OHloea, copy of tho Act uf Incorpora
tion of said Company, and a Statement under oath,
showing its Condition, ns required by th Four
teenth Section of a Law of theTerritO'y of Nebras
ka, entitled 44 n act in Kelation to Insurance
Companies," Approved Fbruary, I8Gj ;
Tberefore. bo in known, btbeso present. Inat
. .. .. a . mi.
in rursaaace ol me atoresaia act, i, juu.m
.iillospie, tuditor of the Territory of Nebraska Do
Hereby C rtily that said ttre tc lurnaao InuntMce
Com r i ' U has full auibonu to transact business of
losurauco in tbe Territory of Vcbia.-ka, under the
laws ol this Territory, if a til tbe 3 1st day of Janu
ary, a. d., IS67.
' IX WITS ESS WIIEKEOF. I hare subscribed bit
name, and caused the Seal of the Auditor's Offico .
to be a&icd, this loth day of Janutry, a. d., 1355.
JOHN GILLESPIE, Ter. Auditor.
GEO. W. MU & CO., Agents,
Pcrsoanlly appeared before me. Clerk of the Coun
ty Court ot said County, T J. Turner "and Chares
Squires to mo known as Irhe Pp-i-lentaid Secretary
of the Fire & Tornado n.-urance Cotnuanv. who be
Day Mare Colt.
TaVen p by tbe undersigned, liring ia Hlen
Bock, is Kesuha County Nebraska, ea the 2uihdiy
of October, ISoS. .
Ooe Laj 3iare C It, one year old Isa: tpnrgi
mirks .r brai.d.4
Brownrille October 29.ih, 1S55.
7-5 tpd ( C. R. CAMP.
On tlic Caropctn Flan
Orrosite the City Hall and Park, (C.r. of Frank
SpaefoBS Raiectory.Baih Room and Z?arber"s Shop.
Servant? net allotcee to receive Perqvittti.
Do not believe Runners or Harfcmen who say
are full. July 1st. lone. 1 year.
The West half of the North West
quarter of Section 26, in Township
4 KaLge 1 o, an improved i;;rm wna
Timber. Known us the Beddorc
For sale one brood mnre. Enquire
of JARVISS. CliUKUli,
Office, oyer City Drug Suire, BrownTille. -4t
Taken ud by tbe undersigned, liTicjf four miles
North West of Brownville, Xemah County Ne
braska, on the 23d day cf October, 1865. One
white Cow with red neck and head, the bush of the
tail off1, marked with underbit in each ear, spilt in
the left ear, branded on both herns C D li
Urownvile, Nov. 3d 1803
f,-tS S . H. CLAYTON
Taken up by the tjnlereigned, liring one mile
Fast of Glen Rock, in Nemaha County, Nebraska,
On the 21t day or October. 185 . tine Sorrel Colt
with white face, bind legs h're. xri'h Watch eye,
two or three years old October 27tli l 6i
6 5t A li 1'iill.i.U i
BROWNVILLE N. T,
I Would Rt-spictf ally Inform the Trav
tiling I'Uuliv at lar:. Tliat I hye re
cently bruuebt to th is point on the
tnri River, the new anl sj endiJ Steii;i
Ft-rry B .ai.
ITavinj p'ent of Hack room for teams and Stock,
and n commodious Cabin f r l asseng.r-. I frt I s:ife
in suving my arrangements for 4ceoinmod)fion,
S)eed and ifclr are n-it equaled by any other
boat on the Jl'ssouri hirer, being located at the
prosperous and Q lUri.hing city of llrownvill , Ne
braska, in the centre of the great farming dual ry
in th,o Nest, where there i a United States Lan-i
OfS-e. makes it the must desirable point for EmJ
grants nd Settleri : and having bee.i extid'd
at leats$lD.i)0A on the roads and bridges both east
and west, hading dirc t'y to the Ferrv, makes it a
perminnt i:r.iss:ng at all times during the yar.
the jlii-souri b t'oiu never over Mowing at this point
while af. all others it does.
Wouldsay to Freighters and, persons crossing
tnepiains, thero is not a starting ointnn the riv
er where urhJ. competition exists in busoncss, as
there are Forty Large buoines houses in this
The utmost c,re and attention will to. taken, in
crossing the Hirer at this point as it is under the
imm. diate supervii-n of the o rcrsof the boat
and landings. To sure distance, time and monev
from all points North ami Fait to all points South
and Wet, c me by ibis r-ute. as it is from 50 to
125 miles shorter.au J three t--five davs trvcl saved.
J. C. YANTIS,
Drownvitle.Sept. 20th 1355 ;
DEALER IN" MUSIO
Musical InslromentSjMusical Merchandise
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
No. 36 Market Street, betweea Main and Second,
Ettablithed in 1849 ST- LOUIS
R. T. RAIXTEY 8c W. D. LEWIS
8UCCXS50H3 JO p A 1 NET & CO J
Respectfully inform ihe Citizens of the
C,ity and County thutthnj are in receipt oj
a large and complete assoitimnt oj
Ladie's Dress Goods,
VViih an endless variety of
Together with the Largest Stock v(
BOOTS AND ' SHOES
Ever brought to this City all of vhich
waj purchased pnpr to tb latp -advance
jo goa, vhich epabte? q? to otTer fupe
rir enducempfits 4o those desircusof tur'
ctWi'nsr. We also, kfep qn hand a frtb
And a good aortraent '
Tlemember tbe Place. Main P.reet, One Door
abovn the Po.-tofSce, Brownville, Nebraska.
9-19 4!y in.nn 1
v: r- vAnk-:.n Ajit fc irGQ of an or
der of the district poors tf Nemaha Lounty, Ne-
bra.ka Territory, in nsncery, m tneca-e ot jono
Hell against John J. I.'itchie, Mary J. Ritcbieacd
Henry M. Afkson, made at the Spricj 'tra A D.
l.giapd t me directed, I will on
Saturday, November 24th.' A. D.. 1S66,
at one o'clock P. "ffer for salo at public Auc
tion," to thn hihet b'dler for cash, at tbe front
dnnr of MitPhersoa's Hall, ia Urownville. Nemaha
CountT. Nebraska Territory, ( the pUct where the
last term of saia U uriior saia bounty was nem,;
tbe South Eas guarter, of the South West frac
tional ourrter. of Section nineteen (19) in Town
ship four (4).' North of Kange fifteen (15), East, in
said Nemaha County , Nebraska Territory.
Given utider my baud ibis zoth day of October,
A. p, IS56.
piaster in Chapcery
xl-4-4t pf$9. bf9
Ayers Cherry Pectoral j
- .j .
Tbn Jtt'gtie3 leap on hand alare assortas
SATT1Z1ET& GASSIMERE SG:
Forllenand Boy's wear. Al3o.alargejtoc'i;
HATS AND Cp;
BOOTS AND SH0
Rabber CotSLcgglns tiDbn&p
272rxi.xi.2x.ea zxcl "V.llSC
UMBJ1ELLAS AND CARPET Ej;
Gent s Furnishing Gcc-d
Cf all kinds which we win ie;i
CHEAP FOR C A S 5 '
We purchased our gocJa since i'-p-
cline in tbe Markets and will se!U'!
April 13th. 1SC5, 9-30-ly
Immcuso Slock at ;
Stuih?ilrt Mam S-rptM K-t. ;i
Have row nn han.1 a nnzt ificf n ?toc!.
B E pSTEADS
Plain at il f;,n v. witM . r S iu Si ';n jr
ivl A T R I IS S KS O F ALL K I N D
Plain ai.d Haney, M irb:t? T. . , .k ., ie.
Parl'-r, brc kla.-t, C otre. Mtioie l'ojr, txte.
r.l E T A L I C CASE!
Gret varie'T of a'l tles, U-tb- i-!in rd U
LOUNGES, SAFES. WASH STA
And pvpryth.nsr in the Furni-
line, whirh ihey will sell,
Below Eastern Pike:
Their Furniture is eomplefo in every r?-p-!
ins put up by a sut'erior workman wh hiv'')
ol the estahl:sLm.'iit, nti 1 can be rcli-d n.
Theirsi is the ur-tit a.-sMlraert cf Fun,
ever br-'Uht to this mirket : and is the m ht
here a complete of FtirrMtur-can b.- h il. :
Fair Dealin&l ow Pric
Ie iheir motto, and they can befibcJ:
June 15th, ISfiJ. i?,S 6rn
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FORVARDlHG L CuMMISS.
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