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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1866)
JOHN I, COMIAPP.IiDITOIt.
e::owsvuae,tiiursi)ay.nov. 22, lsea.
President's Tliankssttlng Proc
. v . . tarnation. - ;
Was niKOTCx, Oct. 8. 2y the Pre?i
denl cf the United States Proclama
tion ; Alitighty God. cur Heavenly Fath
er, has been pleased lo vouchsafe to us
a reordV. another year of Latiunal
life, which if an indispensable condition
rf peace, security arid fropresj. That
year moreover, has been crowned with
many peculiar tlesin3. The civil war
thai waa so recently amoui us has not
Leen anywhere re-opend. Foreign in
lertention has ceased to excite alarm or
ppreheLsion. Intrusive pestilence ha?
' Keen temjnly mitigated ; domestic tran
quility has improved ; sentiments of con
. citation havf largely prevailed ; and
affection cf loyalty and patriotism have
Veen widely renewed ; cur fields have
' yielded alundatvly ; our"recoverin in
dustry has htcn richly renewed, and we
have been allowed to extend our railroad
i.vtpm far intr ihn interior of the coun
try ; our commerce has resumed its cus
tomary activity in foreign seas. These
national tlessings demand a taiianal ac
knowledgement. f . Now, therefore, I, Andrew Johnson,
President cf the United States, do hereby
recommend that Thursdaythe 29ih day
cf November next, be set apart and b)
cbterved everywhere m the several
States, by the people thereof, as a day
"of thcnlQiving and prayer to Almighty
(jod, with due remembrance that in His
' temple dbtli "every oriespeak of His hon
or. I recommend 'also that on the same
tcltmn occaion we do humbly and de
Toutly implore Him to grant to our na
" (ior.al council?, and to our whole people.
-divine wisdom, which done can lead any
t taiion into ways 01 eu gooj.
,lo cflVnnj these national ibanksgiv
ijsgs, praises and supplicalions, we have
. the Divine ussurance that the Lord re
- maiceth a King forever; those that are
tttl rA rvnMu1 in In lrrttnf ftn.'l
.raqh as are gentle shall he learn Lis
tvay ; the Lord thall give strength to his
people; the blessing of peace.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
tt ny cams and caused the seal of the
the City of Washinton, the eighth day of
October, in the year cf our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-six,
and of the Independance of the United
States thi ninety -first.
a wnnru' Tniivcnv
By the President, Wit. H. Shvabd,
Secretary cf State.
The following number of acres of
- Isnd were entered in ihe Land Office in
this city in thNemaha Land District
(luring the monto'of October just passed :
For Homesteads, . . . 8 419 acres
With Warrants and Scrip 5,056 acres.
With cash obU acres.
Total . . . . . . 14 035 acres
We deliberately and wilfully challenge
a comparison of entries for the past six
months with any District in Nebraska or
ia the United Slates. We have heard
cf so District which is settling up so
to rapidly, and those coming in this Fail
rredict that trnirration to this District
next season will double that of this year.
Let them come, there's rich boU end a
a healthy climate here sufficient lo ac
commodate a million settlers, and eastern
people are finding it out to their great
Carat fclonr! eomtalonr! don't b alarmed.
cm&hft if larje enoujt u afford jou all a fans
Through the kindness of William H.
Hoover, County Clerk, we have been
permitted to copy ofT the following list
cf Precinct Officer elected at the Oc
tober election : "
justices or Tni peace.
: Peru Precinct. WTra. S. Horn and T.
Glen Rock Precinct. Win. B. Phillips
'-tad Wra. M. Hanniford.
Lafayette Precinct, W. H. Hawley
and Jas. D. G lbert.
Wahir.jtea Precinct, Hermon Utecht
and Bernard Otens. '
Douglas Freciuct, Giles R. Reeder.
' Brownville Precinct. Fred. T. Allen
- acd R. V. Hughes.
Nemaha City Precinct, Seymour Howe
and D. C Sanders.
Aipinwall Precinct, J. M. Paulin.
Si. Dcfoin Precinct, Lorenzo Rice.
" Bedford Precinct, Wm. S. Hughes and
It. A; Stewart.
Benton Precinct, Henry Stienmxn and
1 The above have all qualified and are
. tlcticg in their Precincts.
Teru Precinct, Dis. No. 1, J P Burdick,
2, J Cameron. '
Clea Rock, " 1, Wr Ames,
m ,2, J P Avery.
Lifiyetie, 1, John Delay,
. " 2, Dan'l Wilkie.
Washington, ' Chas. Schwan.
Dovglss, John Long.
BrownviilePr. l.S II Clayton,
" 2, B F RITninch.
I'enaLa City, . 1, J.Howe,
2. O K Fisher,
Arfiwnlli- )t J Hhook,
M 2, S Brarabel.
St. Dercin, Lcrenzo Rice.
J M Hanna.
1, Gerd Keurer,
. 2, A Meyer.
These have not nil qualified yet. It
)uld be well if they would come in and
qualify and nUeud to the roads m their
districts as soon as possible. lTpon them
rests the responsibility cf seeing that the
roads are good and passable, neglect cf
wliTch'oTTcoTirmocles noonc ."more " than
themselves and farmers generally. ..To
fhow what these supervisors have to work-
on' wc give tbeamounl cf rotd funds for j
each District on hand Sept. 30th :
Peru, District 1,
Glen RocV " '
Brownville, District 1,"
Nenviha City, District 1,
41 l ')
Aspinwall, District 1,
Total Road Fund,
Peru Prennct, John M'Noun.
Glen Rock Precinct, Tho. Burress.
Lafayette Precinct, M D Raymond.
Washington Precinct, C F Harmes.
Douglas Precinct, John Long.
Brownville Precinct, R V Hughes
Nemaha City Precinct, J M Hacker.
Afpinwall Precinct, J M Paulin.
St. Deroin Precinct, A J Ritter.
Bedford Precinct, a tie vote.
Benton Precinct, Wm. Windschippel.
There is and has been considerable
talk cf impeaching President Johnson
exactly on what ground we have, as yet,
been unable to ascertain. We are
pleased to see many of the leading Rad
ical Journals opposing the idea, no good
could result unless a sound cause for it
was apparent to at least a majority of the
neoDle. His acts have not been such as
to gratify any class whatever, and, as the
elections have shown, have disgusted
even those to whom he fled in the first
hour of hs disgrace with the party who
elected him. His faults have recoiled
uDon his own "nolicv and crushed it to
death. His impeachment at this time,
unless upon legal charges clearly estab
lished, would but add more of a section
al character to the present reconstruc
lion question, would go far to . prove the
instablity of free institutions and would
endanger our liberties even if done by
tno present enligntened, progressive
Radical party. So far from seeing the
cause for it, the late elections have con
vinced us there is none, and we hope
no steps will be taken to that end unless
craver caarces tnan are yet maae can
be clearly substantiated.
It would be well, we think, did the
farmers of Ntbraika pay some attention
to a wider range of crops than the limit
ed number which now seem to absorb
iheir entire attention. Corn is the staple
wheat comes next, then a tew potatoes
and oats makes the circle complete. The
first is always successful, yet its bulk is
too great to ship to advantage, and the
farmer, because of this, and the univer
sality cf the crop creating a pressing de
mand on no particular section, is neces
sarily at the mercy of the speculator
Wheat this year has brought a good
.price, has been an excellent crop and
Its cultivation therefor has gained an im
petus for the next three years, during
which another good yield may bless the
territory and thus keep it up; but 11 is
rather uncertain business. Potatoes are
liable to the same objection as corn, and
not near so certain a. crop; while oats
though a certain crop, is so. universally
crown in the W est that thb price will
seldom pay to ship it to a distance, and
the home demand is no where sufficient
to make it an average paying crop.
Under these circumstances we teel at
1 berty to make a suggestion which we b?.
lieye would be well for Nebraska farm
ers to ponder well and, perhaps, to fol
low. The want ve believe now is some
crop not universally raised, which conse
quently has not the whole United States
to compete .with, which crings more
money for less bulk and weight, and is
at the same time well adapted to our soil
and climate; such a crop is Castor Beans,
The area of usefulness of this crop is
steadily on the increase far outstripping
its cultivation. During the war its cuhi
vation seems to have been entirely neg
lected, while its uses for medical pur
poses was never greater and the quantity
in the market was about exhausted. Be
sides its extensive use for medical pur
poses, il is coming into extensive use for
lubricating ihe larger classes of machin
ery, for mixing with other oils for burn
ing purposes and as a hair oil.
We will give next week a synopsis of
the manner of cultivation, yield, benefit
to the soil, etc., of this crop.
Telegrams say that this Fall's elec
tions show the Republican majorities to
be 410,000 ! "My Policy" will un-
doubtedly be smothered under such vast
The Governor of Texas haa-recom
mended the extinction cf all difference
as to civil rights between tlacUa and
We would nectfuiiy call the atten
tion cf the citizens of this portion of
Nebraska generally to the fact that next
Thursday, ihe29ih, has been appointed
by the President of these United states
a day. of Prayer and Thanksgiving for
the many blessing3 vouchsafed to tats
people by the Great Ruler of the Uni
verse during the past year. Agriculia
raUyjSocialy v -rMorally7; " Corporiall y ,
Scientifically, Commercially ar4 even
Politically, have we lieen blessed a3 for
beyond our deserts- as tha-6un-in bright
ness exceeds the palest star in the raiuy
way. r No former year has been marked
wnn fwn success in science, tui,ii onau-vance-ia
.morals, such blessings in agri-
f ulture7cr such signal deliverance from
ihe dreadful pestilence that seemed at one
ime so terribly tc threaten our fair land.
Havinf so many causes to b thankful
and the milhanih part cannot b3 told
let the day be observed. Our Liovernor
has not vet issued his Proclamation, yet,
as Andrew Jchnson under bis weight of
afflictions. still. feels thankful, let thoie
who have grievances immitate his Job
'ike resignation, and those who have not.
join in the grand chorus of MGlory to
God on high, peace and goodwill on earta
to all mankind," irrespective ot cour.
Two mjre Fenians were, on the 14ih,
convicted and sentenced to be hung on
the 13ih of December. This makes six
now under sentence of death.
Never were the efforts for Ireland's
emancipation more complicated than
now. The efforts of the administration
have resulted in disposing the British
Government slightly in favcr of leniency
toward the Fenian prisoners who are now
sentenced and those on trial ; prominent
Canadian journals suggest commutation
of sentscces already passed- and do not
urge any ; necessity for bloodshed unless
to deter similar invasions to that in which
the Drisoners were captured. While this
spirit is gaining a footing in Canada and
England, our land is ringing with the
clang of preparation for a grander in
vasion of Canada by ihe Fenians than
ever. Immense stores of munitions of
war are said to be gathered at conven
ient points and an. army of 12 000 is
positively sworn to invade Canada and
release the Fenian prisoners, besides a
larger army enlisted for the general pur
pose of invasion. To still more compli
cate the question the Hon. John Bright,
the greatest moral reformer of the age
and England's greatest statesman, has
espoused the cause of Ireland and is now
in that country urging a peaceful reform
ation and advocating an amelioration of
the wrongs complained of. Bright is
great power and everything now points
towards his success if not mterferred
with by rash acta cn this continent. The
situation is just now intensely complica
ted and it is impossible to forsee the re
sult; yet, 'revolutions never go back
The most strange and startling con
version to ttue principles has just taken
place : the Chicago Times has turned
Radical ! What has wrauriht this mer-
ical ? It is enough to make true radical
shudder to see this slimy, hideous, veni-
raous reptile slough its villainous nature
and come out apparently an advocate of
justice, ana curse the soil upon
which it has wriggled its slimy length
heretofore, yet, the sagacity evinced is
merely on a par with that of rats leaving
a sinking shin. It opens with a blast
announcing the late Radical victories
and a call for the demoralized Demo
cracy to stop in its panic stricken flight,
reform its lines and hear its counsel, and
"What, then, shall the new line be ?
In the first place, must we not cut loose
froin the administration of Andrew John
son, and leave that hybrid concern to ft oat
on the sea of public contempt into which it
some time since entered, and from which
no power can rescue n Is not the lat
defeat attributable more largely to this
administration than all other causes com
biued I What is there in its composition
to command popular confidence ? Who,
belonging to it. is entitled, by reason of
his statesmanehip, lo the commence or
respect of the Democratic party ? Cer
lainly il is not Andrew Johnson, nor
Wm. H. Seward, nor Edwin til. Stanton.5'
What next? Can
ihe Democratic party succeed until the
negro question shall be gotten out of the
way ? It cannot. What nexl ? Is not
negro suffrage inevitable, and is not the
quickest wuy to get the negro question
out of the way to at once coucedo the
suffrage, making issue only on the de
gree to which it shall be conceded ?
Negro suffrage, we say, is in
evitable, and whether 11 it shall be quali
fied or universal, depends on the prompt
ness or otherwise with which the Demo
cratic party shall move with reference to
it. The South will speedily yield quali
fied ntgro suffrage upon the motion of
the Democratic party ; becanse. if for no
oiher reason, she will soon see, if 6he
does not already see, that if she do not
yield it, she will ultimately be compelled
to accept universal suffrage.
If the South be wise
it will not wait on this suffrage question
even for the motion of the Democratic
Is comment necessary ? We think not.
And while we commend the above to the
careful perusal of the so-called Demo
cracy and ihe followers of that "hybrid
concern Boating -'around the circle "on
the sea of public contempt," we copy a,
now, truthful sayings "Who has suffered
more for you and for this Union than
Andrew Johnson ?" And wind up the
exercises with Parson Brownlow's paro
dy, that . ' ; . ; 1 . r
' Wh il the hup boldi out to lurn,
The d dtt rebel nsaj retanj."
" It is possible for a community long and
patiently to bear.. with a public nuisauca
in hopes that the evil may correct itself,
but how any man can sustain and en
courage seen a sheet a3 the Omaha Her
ald passes cur comprehension Ncv. 1G,
"Georda has formally repudiated the
electioneering so cailed proposed Am-
erdmenljo the Constitution uya. neariya
unanimous vote cf her Lpjrisiature. laii
action of the -Empire State of the Gulf
region is equal to a ceriain vujuiwuou
nf "ihr. rurnose. of ihft. Southern.-.people
not to vote themselves criminals and out
laws. action of
nprrfrift is irhat r.iinht have, been expect-
ed of a people conscious of tneir rights
and. dignity. "., .... - - :- -
ThU3 this copperhead. Iaud3 iratlors
the greatest criminals known to our
laws for reiecting the mudest terms
ever offered to a conquered people. Civ
ilized Europe would have hung the per
iured leaders; America simply says they
shall not again be trusted, yet we have J
men in the North who will complacently!
chuckle and encourage them to aspire to
the same positions of trust which they
used io encompass the ruin of the couii
try. We know that such" language from
northern copperheads is treated with con
tempt by the masses of the Southern
people; and wend.-r that it is tolerated by
such an enlightened community as that
In a late Washington special to the
St. Louis Democrat appears the follow
"A number of Nebraska politicians are
here to-day to secure tho appointment of
General Heath as Uovemor ot that ter
Should not the danger of such a degrada
tion to Nebraskians unite all true men
in a grand effort for admission 1 Ne
braska has never even been threatened
with such a political abortion to preside
over her destiny, and we sincerely hope
may escapa the present danger.
The Omaha Herald, of the 9th, makes
a point; viz: to-wit: as follows: It
says thai Mayor Hoffman recently re
fused to deliver an address at a Sunday
School Celebration because he was a can
didate for Governor. This the Herald
Commends ; and then, in its feeble way,
ifies to hold up to public contempt Sena
tors Tipton and Thayer and Col. Presson
because they did address Sunday Schools,
etc., during the late campaign.
How does the verdict of ihe people
agree with that of ihe copperhead Her
ald, Hoffman is beaten, while Tipton,
Thayer and Pressoa are elected ! What
fools the people must be according to
this copperhead, w .0 appliuds tie po -hojse
politician of the slimy purlieus of
New Yorkj and condemns n a 1 who love
morals and religion su ficiei tly to address
Sunday Schools, etc.
From all that wo can learn the hoz
crop in the Noithwest this season will
exceed tjiat cf last se ason at least twenty
per cent. In this section this is not the case,
the number of hegs here this year will
be not over five-per cent, greater than
last, yet in the Northwest generally it
will be up 10 the above assertion. This
coupled with the facts that pork, contra
ry to any previous example, is actually
accumulating in Eastern markets ; that
American pork inconsiderable quantities
is being shipped lack from England,
whose hog crop is estimated at 750 000
over that of 1S65, this overplus exceed
ing this years shipment from this coun
try to England 250,000 would teem to
indicate that but moderate prices are to
prevail. This will be the case. Early
sales will realize best for the farmer.
An effort will be mde to pack con-
1 It It f II
siuerabie poric nere mis tali it raisers
will act reasonable, which they will do
if they study well their own interests
No speculation is eo fluctuating, and with
the above drawbacks and the instability
of gold, it will be more so now than ever.
The Brownville House the largest
Hotel in this ci y is now standing idle.
The stand is one of the most profitable
in Nebraska, and, if not soon occupied.
our reputation with the travelling public
must suffer. The House is 40x70 leet
and three stories high ; it is cot in the
best condition, yet needs but fclight re
pairs to make it one of the most com
fortable and commodious Hotels in the
West. There is money in it for some
man "who knows how to keep hotel," and
we hope the "coming man," whoever it
may be, will soon arrive and take charge
as its stoppages a serious drawback to
We notice our Territorial papers are
discussing the need and propriety of
bridging the Platte river. The want of
such an accommodation has been lone
felt, and its necessity seems to us to ap
parent to need any urging. As to the
potnl of its location there seem3 some
diversity of opinion; the point which
would now and for years to come serve
the general interest best would be near
the m-.uth of said river, where the main
travel both summer and winter passes.
We hope the project will be consum
mated. The census of Indian trihp a rrswr.
. 1 r
ed for the annual renort of f r.rimmii.
r " v vvtiujig-
sioners of Indian Affairs. &hmv.!ha tntu
number of Indians to be 295,794.
Cleveland, Nov13. The westward
bound Express trairf, ran off the track
near Erie, by carelessness of repairers in
not seasonably replacing ihe rail. Four
-sons were killed and 32 wounded.
: CHANGE OF IS. IS. TIME.
By reference to the time table of the
Hannibal &. St. Joseph R. R., it will be
seen that u change of iini3 is 13 tafce
place on Sunday next, the 18th inst.
On and aftea tha: date, the'Express train
will leave here at 7 P. M., and the Mail
and Express at 4:30 A. M,
locSale bj Josepli.Lofless on Uie
Tbe?e Trees, having boon mist;.! Trotp so d in
this climate, ant nearly all gfaftet wiih choice
varieties by MrYowtll an cjcperisnreil nurscrjnim.
rcako tiiis t!0 besr. chance ever elf ;rul in this coun
ty. I a:n determined to c'oao out this stock, and
warn ail to call soon.
H-S3m-fan JOSEFil LOVELESS.
XTArt-tr. Jnnn IOth 167.19 tho timo set for bear
ing claims agninit the tat? of S imuvl Ros?, da
ceaHl, and tho placo the Probata Court Koxu in
tbeCitjof Drownvillc, .Nem.iba Cmnty, Nebraska
Territory ,!! pericna bavi ig cl -nan a?:tinit si.d
Estate will present them on mai a j or t5 lorever
hnrrod from tho collection thereof, by order of Pro
bate Court. GEOP.GE W. FAlRP.UOTilEi:,
Nov -22 ad ls6 8-4t 4,5d
STRAY xbTicr.h .
Taken up by tho undersigned, liviagonoand a
ba!f ml'.es abv Long's Rridgc, on the 23d day of
October, ISotf, ona Red Steer, with white fdce.hind
legs white, ti.ilf way up, wbHo btl'y, snppojei to
be two ycar3 old past.
Taken uc bv the utderiirr.cd. livin? in Xemaha
Count on tho 25th d.i-vS f October. ISS.ono Red
Blear, supposed to be three yearj old last spiring,
with a crop off cf t'e rijhig. ar nd a small g reek
of white on tha right slouldar,
8 4ULLN UAX.NA.
Taken un by ihe unci -if sighed, hvinsr
one mile Eist of LonJon, in Nemaha
County Nebraska, cn tha 15th day of
November A. D. 1866. One brindl
Heifer, branded with J. L. on left hp
about two years old. N. COLEMAN.
Taken up by the undersigned, living theoe and a
half miles North West of lirowuriile, on tbp 23d
day of October, A I) 1901
Cne red aDd white spotted Cow.r crop off of
left ear and swallow fork in the right e&r, branded
"S." on the hip.dew-lapcd, about 9 years old.
One red and white spotted Ciw,und.rb;t in each
car, about 6 years old. Israel Cotton,
Brownville, Nov. 3 1S65
Taken up by the undersigned, living four raiIo3
N.Qrth West of Brewnville Nebraska, on the 3d
day of 5overaber 1SG5
Cna red and white Cow (speckled) ewa low fork
in right ear, nine years vi
Nov. 9, 1S63 John L O Smith
Taken up by the unlorsignoi, living 6 1-2 ceiles
South Weat from A.'pinwall Nemaha County Ne
braska, One brindie Steer, crop off eaoh ear brin
dle face, 6 years old,
One red and white steer, crop off each car, end
broken off left horn, 7 yearsold.
Taken upon the2lth day of October
Magic Billious Powders.
This pre aration is tho discovery
of the Ittv. J. W. Poland, for-nerly
th i Paatt.r of tho Baptist church in
(Joff-town, N. II., and a man d -ar-ly
beloved by that denomination
throughout 2S'w Enf land. IIjw.i
obliged to leave tho pu'plt and stu
dy medicine to save his own life,
and his Magio Powders are ono of
the most wonderful discoveries of modern times.
XH GREAT LITE'S AtfD 3ILIGT73 SEIIDY
which completely throws in the sh ida all other
discoveries in mjJicino ; and it affords hiui mch
gratification that they receive tho unanimous ep
probation of all who have tasted them. Tne Mag
ic Bilious Powders are a
PositiveCure tort A vcr Complaint
in its most agravated form, and an immudiatecor
rector ot all
Excellent lor Headache,
A Sallow Skin, Drowsiness, JDizziness,
And a uii3t wond ;rf.l
Cure d PrevirJiYe ofFererS Apnc
(We cdvite all who are troubled with this fearful
malady t always keep tne rowucrs on LaLd ready
for immediate uc. )
flcreaeafew important particulars:
1st They are the Great Specific fur all billious
2d The v are the only known remedy that will
euro Liver Complaint.
3d They re the o i ly known remedy that will euro
4th. Tho Powders are so tho.ough in their ope
ration that one package will be all that tho m ij .ri
ty f those using theid will re-i-iire to effect a cure.
5th They are a mild and pleasant yor the most
effective cathartic known.
6th. They are thechoapestoathartis known.
6th. They are the cheapest and best medicine ex
tant, as they can be sent by mail to any part cf the
globe, for the price, 50 cent-.
Circulars, containing certificate .information, Aj.
sent to any part of the world free af charao.
SOLD BY ALL DRUliGlStS, or by
mail on application to
C G. CL.1RK, & Co
CiKNKll AL AUEXTS.
NEW HAVEN, CONN,
November 15, lH6ft.
This Great Remedy f.T sll Disrases of the
ii th disooverv af the inventor nF Cn' T'r,kl
Cough Balsam, while exprimenting for his own
tAl,V It Miro f!rmn in ttia W r. M U t 1- :
which had before Yielded to nothing hut V.hl
The almost daily testimony from tari cs parts of
the country encourage to believe there is no dis
ease caused by a disordered toinaeh it will not
Pysicians endorse and Use it!
Ministers give testimony of its efficacy
And from all directions we receive tidirgj of cures
Tt is eure to cure.
One dose will cure.
It has en red inJnmlr.li
Vtdach and Lizzinena t
It stops in thirty minutes.
Acidity of the Htomnch I
It corrtct at onee.
Kiting of the Food !
1 1 stops immsc iately.
Dtirt$i attr eating !
Onedoaa will rpnnn
Cholera Morhu I
KanidilT viaMa in a r. , . , -
i J '-' unci.
Bad Breath !
Will be changed with half a bjtt'a.
It is Perfectly Hi railess ! !
l: aipr-cedeat d sujeess i cwing to the fact that
It Cures by As!:in; W.iturc.
TO RE-ASSERT LlEli SWAY is TQE SVATE JI
5early every dealer in th United atatei se. a it a-
OAK OOLLAU PER COTTL.C.
C. G. CLARK, & CO., Proprietors,
kew havkx, coxs. -
IIO LL ID AY & CO., and lCRESRY A CO.
Also for sale by MARSLI k CO.
"ovenbcr 15, 13?J.
C9 titi I
la nar lo
Vfcrt-' M w F
IN VARIETY, AND
By the 100 or 1,000 for sale by
. At iheir Nursery 2 12 miles west of
Brownville, Nebraska. -tfj-'-i
R A N T1 S'-
CAEAP CAStl STOHE.
J.Iain Street between First and Second.
BROWNVILLE, N, T.
ITVouM Rcsrcctfuily inform tho Citiier.t of
Brownville, and surrounding country mail nave
just received my fall Stock of Goods, consisting of
Of ths latest ty! anj be;! quality, ilers heavy
c iif H .oti, double soled r!Kts, Fitm Kip Roots b.js
i..ita Itvita A.nl Khnpg. All kinks of La-
dies' B jots and Show of the fi iest an-l best qi ality.
India Rubber and Buffalo Over bhoes
for Gentlemen and Ladies
Groceries of Every Kind,
Consisting of the bes brands of
Sujrar, CofTee, Tea, Pepper, Allspice,
Soda, Candles. Tobacco, Matches
Wooden Ware, Stone Ware,
The Post Quality of "
The be?t Woo I on Cinder and Over Shirti, Silt
Salt by tho pound er barrel
CI-IE APFOR CASH
Allofwliicb nd utters at tUe lowert prices, deier
ntlnednot lo be undersold.
Henry P, Sbertarne,
DEALER IN vTJSIO
Pianos & If elodeons
Jlusical InslrusieabjMnsical JJerchandise
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Ko. 3ft Market Street, betwfoa Main and Seconl,
Ettablished in ISid ST. LOUIS
IL T. RAINEY & W. D. LEWIS
8UCCrSSORS TO ItAITJET & CO.
Respectfully inform the Citizens of the
City and County that they are in receipt oj
a large and coi'nvltie assortment of
Ladie's Dress Goods,
Wish an endless variety of
Together with the Largest Slock of
BOOTS AND- SHOES'
Ever brought to this City all of wfiich
was purchased prior to ihe hue advance
in gold, which enables us to offer supe
rir enducements to those desircua of pur
chasing. We also, Iceep on band a fresh
G- 2? O O 1 i o s
And a good assortment of
Remember the Place, Main S'.reet, One Door
above the PostoiSce, Brownville, Nebraska.
9-10 4!y in.nn
Ti c West lnlf of thu North West
quarter of Section 20, in Township
4 IiJii.gc 10, an improved f;:rm with
Timber. Known as the BedJow
For salt; one brood m ;re. Enquire
of 'JARVLSS CHURCH,
Office over City Dniff Smre. Urownville. -4t
Tai en op by the cn lerrgncd, living ore mile
East of Olen R.,cW,in Nemaha County. Nbra.-.ka,
On the 21st day ol October, 18"5 , One S .rrel Cdt
with whiM lace, airfd legs white, with Watch rve.
6 A R niiLLirs
Notice is hereby g;veo that by virtie of an or
der of the district Court tf Nemaha County, Ne
braika Territory, in Chancery, rn the ca-e of John
Hell against John J.liitchic, Mary J. Ritchie and
Henry M. Atkinson, made at the Sprijg -erm A D.
lSfj.and to me directed, I wiJJ on
Saturday, November 24th. A. D.. 1SG6,
at one o'clock P. M., offer for rale at public Auc
tion, to the highest bidder for rah, at the front
door of McPherjon'a Hall, in Brownville, Nemaha
County, Nebra.-kn Territory, (tho place where the
last term of d Court for aad County Wis hold,)
the South East quarter, of the Hoath West frac
tinnl qurrter, of Section nineteen (19) in Town
ship f;.ur ( 4), North of Knnge f fr;cn (15), East, in
Aid Xemuha County .Nebraska Territory.
uiven under my hand tbi 25th day of October,
A. D isns
CUAKLES O. DORSET,
Uaater in Chancery
On the European Plan.
Onnoa.to the City Uall and Park. ( Cor. of F r&nV.
fort St. SEW YOIiL'.
Spacious Refectory ,13ath Room and Z?arbcr" Sbopi
Servants mot allotcee to receive Perquitits.
Do not. believe Rcnners or II irk men who gay vre
are full. . July 1st. 1565. 1 year.
Ayers Cherry PectoraL
u 0 a
TheundersisTiedkei poa hand alarjr ?!or!jes()
For'Meaand Boy': wear. A'.3D.aIarj8 3tockcf
HATS AND CAPy
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Rubber Cots, Legging & nianliek
nrvin a t ea azicv axis
UMBRELLAS AND CAKPET BA
Gent's Fnrnishmg Goods
Of all V.nii which we will sell
CHEAP F o n C A S H
We purchased our goods since the i
cline in the Markets and will sell atU
figures. ' , ATKINSON & CO
" April 13th,13(5- ' 9-30-1 v
Immense Stock at
Southsitle Main Street bet. 1st anJ
BRO its villi:, acij
Have cow on hand a rnaDiflcent rtocV cf
f. i. -ft
c vw- r a
Plain and fancy, with or without Sonn.'; nnl
M AT R ESSES OF ALL KINDS
Pliin and Funey, Marble Top-,kc. 4p.
X T m 33 S
Parl-T, CrvakUst, Ceutre, Jln tio f.. Kite; s
MET A LIC CASES
Great variety of m ;?t improved p;n ,
O li a i r 3
Gret varie c of" il tvlo, l-o'Ii j !:n at I :.
LOUNGES, SAFES, WASH S TAM
VVAAT-NOTS, VVl IOLSTKUV,
Ami tveri-iiiinp in the F'-rr;-line,
uh:ch tli-y will ?r -
Below Eastern Prices'
Their Furniture is conr,iIfe in very r" i- t.S
ing put up by a cuterior worVui'ia wli,- a' -of
the estabiiahmi nt, and can Wa reli 1 o.
Theirs i the g"eatet assortment f Furni'i
ever bronchi to th market : and i.t th- onVv j i
v here a complete set of Fnrnif urcnn tw hn-l.
Fair Dealing&I ow Prices
Ie iheir motto, aud ihey can be rrl.ei u ii
June 1 &a, 1M9. s'8 fim
FCRVARDIKG & COMMISSION
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